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THE "WASHINGTOK TSMESt THURSDAY: NOVEMBER 72 1918.
Will Be Held
1331 G St.
11, 12, 13
Miller will lee
tare on subjects
of feminine in
Derekping & Prmtnj
or No Chares.
lite National Remembrance Shop
(BIr. Foster's Snap.)
14th St and Pa. Ave.
The Stare To or Physician
ROOM and Inralls
Supplies. In this
bier stock you will
And just what you
want, at a mod
Store hoars: 10
HI Hill I II
A Display of Women's Footwear j;
(; That Measures Up
We believe first of all in supplying footwear that will give "
3. lasting service no natter how hard a man may be on shoes. Then
X we consider the style question, selecting those that possess smart- '. '.
ness yet will fre absolute foot comfort.
Quality Hosiery for the Whole Family
We have the best of everything. For the women we. have
! those good staple lines and the most wonderful novelties. For the
; men there are the smartest effects as well as the plain bnt good
FAMILY SHOE STORE
: SHOES AND HOSIERY
: Jo, straswr c. 310-312
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Senator Dillingham of Vermont will
probabl be the new chairman of the
District of Columbia Committee In
It became Known today that Sena
tor Dllllncham. who is ranking- Re
publican member of tho District Com
mittee, retards the work of the com
mittee as important.
With Republican control of the
Senate assured. It is understood Sena
tor Dillingham will not refuse this
i chairmanship. He has long been in
terested In District matters and Is
familiar with them and Is afraid of
ithe half-and half.
Heretofore. It has been assumed
(that Senator Dillingham would not
take the chairmanship and that some
one else would set it.
Senator Dillingham, If he will take
It, as already Indicated, can have It.
Next to him stands Senator Jones,
but It was talked at the Capitol to
iIit he would probably head the Im-
nrtnt Committee of Commerce, be
cause Senator Nelson, formerly chair
man of Commerce, would take the
chalrmonship of Judiciary.
After Senator Jones, Senator Ken
yon would be In Una for the District
chairman, but he may go to Education
Senator Sherman of Illinois, under
the circumstances, would stand next
VINCENT ON AIR BOARD
Lieut. CoL Jesse G. Vincent, of the
production branch of the air service,
whose prosecution was recommended
In the Hughes investigation, has been
assigned as a member of the army
and navy technical aircraft board.
A. M. lo 6 P.
to Every Demand j;
These are the times when the "
Nation demands wisdom in econ- '.'.
omy. Buy wisely, save sensibly ;;
and make every dollar do its full ; :
duty. Select the Footwear
where dependable quality is as
sured and where you do not
have to sacrifice style for the
sake of economy. The beauti
ful the unusual novelties and
the good staple footwear is
shown here in a wide variety ;;
that assures easy choice. m ;;
Alwajs the Best in Men's Footwear : r
Seventh St N. W. I
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Ifoiir side is disungiDig
Uwvf io make it as -aiimctnK
as you tftoud Jove ttrfiaveut
Your tkin, like the rest of your body, is con
tinually changing. Every day, as old skin dies,
nno forms in its place. This is your opportunity
to make this new skin as clear, radiant and fresh
looking as you have always wanted it
See what the following treatment will do for
Lather your wash cloth well with warm water
and Woodbury's Facial Soap. Apply it to your
face and distribute the lather thoroughly. Now
with the tips of your fingers work this cleansing,
antiseptic lather into your skin, always with an
upward and outward motion. Rinse first with
warm water, then with cold the colder the bet
ter. Finish by rubbing your face for thirty sec
onds with a piece of ice. Always be careful to dry
the skin thoroughly.
This treatment cleanses the skin and brings
the blood to the surface, stimulating the small
muscular fibres. Use it persistently, once a week,
and before long your skin will begin to take on
that greater loveliness which the daily use of
Woodbury's always brings. The otbnr she nights
The President at
OR the first time in nearly- aj
month the President and Mrs. j
Wilson last night were able to I
enjoy an evening at the theater f
They attended the performance at 15
lam H Boiling-. Mliu ISertha Boiling
and John Randolph Boiling. The
President played Kolf this morning
with Mrs. Wilson as his opponent.
Miss Helen Woodrow Bones left the
White House last evening: for a brief
visit to New York.
Mm. Baker la Cleveland.
Mrs. Baker, wife of the Secretary
of War, who has been HI In a hos
pital in Cleveland, Ohio, went yester
day to the horde of Miss. Katherlne
Lowe In Cleveland to remain a week
or more before returning to Wash
ington. Jonkheer J. T. Cremer. recently ap
pointed minister of the Netherlands
to the United States, who will reach
Washington the latter part of Novem
ber, will be accompanied by lime.
Crer- tr and their son. They will take
possession on their arrival, of thu
residence at 1401 Sixteenth street,
where the Netherlands lejre ion has
been established for some months
Jonkheer W. H. de Beaufort, coun
selor of the legation and charge
d'affaires, who has been IK Ins at the
legation, has taken an apartment at
the new Wardman apartment at the
end of the Connecticut aenue bridge.
The concert given by La Soclete
dea Concerts du Conservatoire de
Paris at Poll's Theater yesterday af
ternoon brought out an audience
which packed the huge auditorium
to the topmost gallery and Included
the cream of official, diplomatic and
resident society. It was a gathering,
moreover, which reached a pitch of
enthusiasm quite amazing In view of
the traditional coldness of Washing
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, who occu
pied a box. had with her Mrs. Wil
liam H. Boiling, Miss Bertha Boiling.
John Randolph Boiling, Mrs. Regi
nald Fendall and Miss Edith Ben
ham. The French Ambassador and
Mme. Jusserand had aa guests, Mrs.
Robert Lansing, Mrs. Franklin K.
Lane, David Franklin Houston. Sec
retary of Agriculture, and Countess
de la Greze. Edouard de Billy,
deputy French High Commissioner:
M. and Mme. Simon and St. and Mme.
Louis Aubert entertained box par
ties, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whit
man Wetmore had with them the
military attache of the French em
bassy and Mme. Collardet, Mrs. James
Carroll Frazer and William Phelps
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F Logan's
guests included Mrs. James Hamilton
Lewis. General Claudon, head of the
French military mission, and his
daughter. Mile. Germalne Claudon;
Colonel Toxzi, of the Italian mUltary
mission, and Lieut Ames Brown, U
S. A.; Mrs. F B. Moran had In her
box Capt. and Mrs. C. C Calhoun. Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Hunter Gait, Mrs.
Macfarland and Mrs. Conine.
Others In the audience were Mrs.
William Glbbs McAdoo, the naval at
tache of the French embassy and
lime, de Branpre, Mme. Hauge, Mr.
Richard Townsend, Lieutenant and
Mme. Marquisan, Capt. and Mrs John
Gregory Hope. Mrs. Gibson Fahne
stoek, Mrs. Slvanus Stokes, Jr, Mrs.
Richardson Clover. Mrs. Thomas Hol
eomb. jr.. Mrs. Thomas F Walsh, Miss
Molt, Mrs, James McDonald, Mrs.
Stephen B. Elkln.i. Mrs. T. De Witt
Talmage, the Assistant Secretary of
State and Mrs. William Phillips. Miss
Lee, Mrs. Ralph Jenkins, Capt. and
Mrs. Ord Preston, Mrs. Dean. Lieut
and Mrs. Albert Lincoln Hoffman,
Mrs. George F. Becker, Mr. and Mrs.
A Garrison McCllntock. Mrs Calderon
Carlisle, Mrs. H-nry Ilea. Mrs Henry
r Dimock, Mrs. Slnrlalr Bowen,
Mrs. Roecoe Bulmer, Miss Kathryn
Gwynn. Mrs. Archibald Hopkins. Miss
Lama Harlan. Mrs. Franklin Kills and
the Rev. Dr. F. Ward Denya.
Mrs. E. H. G. Slater la In Newport
for a brief visit with her sister, Mrs.
T. Shaw Safe.
Mrs. Akse.1 C P. Wlchfeld. wife of
the attache of the Danish legation,
returned to town yesterday from the
Rirz-Carlton Hotel, New York, wher
she stopped for a few days on her
be sure to keep your skin thoroughly cleansed
with Woodbury's Facial Soap.
Begin now have the charm
of a lovely skin
Get your first cake of Woodbury's today. Begin
now to overcome whatever condition is keeping
your skin from being as lovely as it should be.
Blackheads, conspicuous nose pores, oily'skjn and
shiny nose, blemishes, a sluggish, sallow skin treat
ments for these and others of the commoner akin troubles
are given in the booklet "A Skin You Love to Touch
Which comes wrapped around the soap.
You will find a 25c cake snIHcient for a month or
tht weeks of any Woodbury treatment and for general
cleansing use during this time.
Get a cake today. It is on tale at all dreg stores and
toilet goods counters throughout the United States and
Canada. The Andrew Jergens Company, Cincinnati,
New York and Perth, Ontario.
the Play Miss Bones Goes to New York French
Symphony Orchestra Concert
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MRS CHESTER BASSETT,
Wife of Lieutenant Bassett, Air Service, U. S. A.
the Gneit of Mrs. William R. Myers.
from Pride's Crossing,
Mrs. Richard Aldrlch will remain
somo time at Rokeby, her country
place at Barn-town. N. Y.. before ahe
Joins Captain Aldrlch. U. S. A, In
Washington. They will be at 2300
CUffbourne place for the winter.
Leelrrre At Mason Tleoae.
The first of a series of lectures will
be given at Mason House, 1C06 Twen
tieth street, tomorrow afternoon at
3:30 o'clock In connection with the
reconstruction work classes being
held there under the auspices of the
Woman's Naval Service, Inc. Caleb
O'Connor will be the lecturer.
Anyone interested in the work Is
Invited to be present this week and
on the succeeding Friday afternoons
when lectures will be given. The
speaker next week will be Dr. Franz,
the celebrated alienist Others who
will lecture during the course are Dr.
Philander P. Claxton, Commissioner
of Education; Dr. Calvin May. pf
New York: Dr. Mitchell parroll. Lieu
tenant Flndlayson, of tho British
army; Henry K. Bush-Brown, and
George Julian Zolnay
An exhibition of "Made In America
toys manufactured by the girls and
young women who are being trained
to teach trades to disabled soldiers Is
being held at Mason House, and will
be open on the days when the lec
tures are given.
- To Sail for naltL
Brig. Gen. A. W. Catlln. U. S. M. &.
has been detached from Quantlco, Va.,
where he has been post commander
since the death of General Doyen, and
will sail shortly for Haiti, where he
will command the marine brigade.
General Catlln will be accompanied
to his new post by Mrs. Catlln and
her daughter. Mrs. William C Tose.
wife of Lieutenant Vose. U. S. N who
is on duty In foreign waters.
Lieut Col. MHo P. Fox. who haa
been stationed at Camp Humphreys,
has been ordered to Fort Myer, Va-,
for duty In connection with the or-
She Has Been
ganlzatlon of engineer troops at that
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Wellington have
leased their Connecticut avenue home
to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Strauss, of
Now York, and axe now at 1712 Lanier
Gorgaaes jn Kerr York.
Mrs. August Belmont and Mrs.
James S. Cushman, of New York, are
spending some time at the Shoreham.
MaJ. Gen. William C. Gorgas, who
returned recently from France, and
Mrs. Gorgas went to New York yes-
terday to spend the remainder of the
w eek. They will return here Sunday.
Mrs. Joilah Pierce has returned to
her home on Massachusetts avenue
after spending several weeks with
her aon. Lieut. Vinton Pierce, at
Mlneola, L. Is
Mrs. Brewster, wife of MaJ. Gen.
Andre W. Brewster, who is on Gen
eral Pershing's staff in France, haa
returned to Washington. She has
been the guest of her son In-law and
daughter. Lieut, and Mrs. Donald Cas
sels, at Garden City, L. L, for several
weeks. Her sister, Mrs.. Edward C.
Walker, will return to Washington
next week, after spending the summer
in New Brunswick and Walkervllle,
Canada, and Detroit, Mich. She will
spend the winter In her apartment at
1155 Sixteenth street
Mrs. Elvln It Helberg has returned
from West Point, where she attended
the graduation exercises. Her son.
Lieut Harrison Helberg, was a mem
ber of the graduating class. Mr. and
Mrs. Harrison Dodse, parents of Mrs
Helberg, will spend the winter stith
her at her suburban home, Ragnvald,
Needlework Guild Invites.
The war relief committee of the
Needlework Guild will resume Its
regular work on Friday morning In
the room put at its disposal In the
Church of the Covenant Eighteenth
and N streets. AH who are lnteret
ed, whether or not members of the
Guild, are welcome at the meetings.
Wool Is provided for knitted articles.
and surgical dressings and garments
for refugees are to be made. Miss
Eleanor G. Du Puy. president of the
Guild, Is In charge.
Invitations have been extended to
the members of the French high com
mission to a reception given at the
Beaux Arts Salon. 1413 It street. Sun
day afternoon from 4 to 6, for the
Tuesday Evening French Class. Mrs.
A. XL Frame, assisted by the Misses
Helen and Marlon O'Neill and Miss
riorence J. Underkofler. will preside
at the tea table. Rudolph de Zapp
will be host
Norman Armour, secretary of the
American embassy In Russia, is ex
pected to return this week and visit
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George H.
Armour, of Allison House, Princeton.
The engagement of Mr. Armour and
the Princess Myra Koudachef f, daugh
ter of Prince Koudacheff. I'etrograd.
was announced recently. Mr. Armour
Is a graduate of Princeton.
Vice Admiral Sir William Lowther
Grant, commander of tho British
fleet of the North American. -Haters.
: Phone Frankln5849:
DR. H. E. SMITH
Is Performing Miracles
If you want our teetn put In per
fert condition minus pain, at a low
price, seo him
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SILVER riLUHVUi SOriip
DR. PIGEON, riSK'
7th and D Sis. N. W.
Entrance. -101 "lh St. . . Oppor H
formally opened the exhibition of of
ficial British naval photographs In
colors, a private view of which was
, held yesterday at the Anderson Gal
' leries. In New Tdrfc. Admiral and
Lady Grant are spending a few days
in New York. Mrs. James Roosevelt
headed the reception committee for
the exhibition, on which were Mrs.
Charles Evans Hughes. Mrs. Newbold
Le Roy Edgar, Mrs. Oliver B. Bxldg
man. Miss Clara B. Spenee, Mrs. Hen
ry A. Wise Wood and Mrs. Samuel W.
The marriage of Mlas Ellse Hazel
Hepburn, daughter of W. Horace Hep
burn, and Lieut. CoL Robert S. Oberly,
U. S. A., of Washington, took place
last night In Philadelphia at the
home of the bride. The ceremony
was performed at 6 o'clock by the
Rev. Dr. John Mockrldgr. rector of
St. James' Episcopal Church.
The bride, who was given In mar
riage by her father, was unattended
except by her sister, Mrs. Arthur
Meyer, of New Haven, and Major
Frank Painter, U. S. A-, of Far Hills,
N J., was best man.
Only the members of the families
and a few Intimate friends were pres
ent at the ceremony and the recep
tion which followed.
After a wedding Journey the brlda
and bridegroom nil! live at Aberdeen.
Md, as Lieutenant Colonel Oberly Is
on duty at the proving ground there.
American aviators must have ex
citement and If they are not In a
position to harass the beehe, a young
and elusive " 'possum" affords the next
So thought Lieut Harry McDon-
ough, pilot, and Fred W. McConlcy,
Jr., observer, of the second provisional
wing, who recently flew Into their
camp at Park place, Houston, Tex
accompanied by a live opossum, hang.
Ing by his feet and tall over the
rear cockpit of the airplane.
Engine trouble had forced the two
airmen to land the night before
near Anderson, Tex. Being hungry.
they went foraging and soon cor
ralled the proverbial forest "slacker."
The animal was so "chummy," how
ever, that they would not, kill It and
it was locked up In the fuselage of
Although the animal escaped from
the fuselage during the flight, he
would not risk the Jump of thousands
of feet On arriving In camp he was
made mascot and christened "Aero."
SAVES ALL BUT FOOT
TOLEDOr-Obior tNovsrTFsJlInr In
front of v LongrBeJf.earTat Detroit
and Central avenues. Edward Stevens.
a shoemaker, managed to ave Hi life
by pressing his body Into a hole left
by repairmen who had been working
on tfie tracka.
He failed. ,however. to draw his left
foot to safety, and it vai cot off near
In compliance with the pledge of
the corset manufacturera and re
tailers to the War Industries Board
"to reduce stocks to the minimum
consistent with the reasonable re
quirements of the trade."
Thirl v-two Models
Sizes 20 to 36
fflells Dorset gtore
1331 G St.
Pbene Franklin S3Z3.
blmnk book, laka. etrlii '
fact everythlnr In the station
err Un that the Undent nrr
we have. Low pricoo Qnlek
R A f TM Pintr anil Cjillnn.rw f
Qfic: 71. Cl OpiMMlt Coldenherg's. I
JU3 m JU riione Mnln TS3S.
Wo've got the heads
and parts to success,
fully repair all dolls
also the finest stock of
Imported and domestic
dolls on display.
CARREN'S ART STORE
007 U ST. X. E.
gga oe a jrarcei EEqggS:5
in mTSi-VFtmtTmm. ij.i..'-1 -a : - ;
tWKt!&g I And carry your parcels lSi HllS
YtWZmm&mm l with you. These handy 2? c5Sr 1 1
$, wBSm shPP'ns bass are just the i 1 1 s I i s
k"13sHBl ! thine for that purpose. c S 352
fflpSHSRRs I Strongly made, good size 3 2 S 1 1 2 1 1 1 i I
m&mjBKjS l and an extra special 7 lSSl--ii-
JSI I value at ll Sill 1 1 1M 1
IM i Accommodation Desx i S i E FF?
MlSm I . Strict Floor. &il Sp 5s:E:
THE BUSrCORNErT JENNUWLA 8TH.SR
Open Duly From 10:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. j
Velvet Hats atr$5CK
Real $7.50 Values
Just a special Jot which
will go out quickly, there
fore secure one as early as
Eossible if you need .another
at for mid-winter wear.
These are of good qual
ity velvet in navy, brown,
and black, with facings of
contrasting or self color,
and trimmed with small
flowers, ostrich bands,
small fancy feather effects,
Kinn's Second Floor.
Because of a Wonderful Season
Tomorrow's Sale of Remnant
Wfll be a record-fcreakfafu one to tho -way of. variety and jrood
value. All kinds of -worthy and desirable sHk, in plain and
fancy -weaves Trill be fotmd in the remnants offered for tomor
Silks that would be from $L50 to T20 a yard if sold from
tf 2 Q Remnant Prices M CQ
ip i iOy Yard, Friday . $
lengths suitable f or malcing waists.
Lengths suitable for making dresses.
Lengths suitable .for afternoon frocks.
Lengths useful" for lining purposes.
Lengths containing plenty for separate skirts
A clean-up of the patterns and colorings as well as weaves
that have been popular this season, also black.
Karm's Street Floor.
READY MADE VEILS,
These are VA yards long,
or in circular style, in a va
riety of meshes and patterns,
scroll, chenille dot, and other
styles, not 2rany of any one
kind, but a good variety in
Colors are purple, brown,
taupe, navy, and black.
Kanjt's Street Floor.
Gingham and Percale
More "Mill Lengths" of
ginghams, new and attractive
patterns in strips, checks and
plaids, in bright, light or dark
color combinations. Useful
A 38c value, special OQ-
tomorrow, a yard fciOC
35c Percales, to remnant
lengths, checked, figured, and
striped designs1) on light
grounds, patterns and colors
suitable for making children's
dresses and aprons; also for
women s house dresses and
bungalow aprons. A
NEW tOT OP BEACON
BATH BOBINGS NOT rem
nants, but all frith full assort.
ments of patterns and colors.
Soft, fleecy material for maklnr
mens, women's, and children's
hath robes. LJght shades m one
side contrast with the darker
shade or color on the other, and
the patterns reverse themselves
.the Utrht design on the dark
and the dark design an the
light. Color combinations In
clude pink, rray, Uht bine, lav
ender, tan with white, or Hehter
tints of the same- also of nlnk
and BTay and blue and CZn
tan combinations. A yard Utll
Kann's Flrit Floor.
This Is for Friday Only.
' Three Cornered
Ties, One Day,
The, long" Middy ; Ties
are of taffeta, and the
three-cornered styjc of
messaline. The colors are
navy blue, cardinal and
Bargain Table Strest floor.
Useful Lengths 'of
There are a thousand
and one ways in which a
bit of ribbon enters into
the Christmas fancy work
or gift ryakinff. It is the
forehanded woman who
recognizes this fact and
secures these bits of rib
bon at every ribbon rem
nant sale. Why not be
one of the thrifty. orfs
yourself, and have a share
of tomorrow's good
Remnants of ribbons from
baby widths to those M
in. wide. A yard......
Remnants of 114 to 2-fncI:
widths, a yard tomox- 1 n
row at aw.
ttfbbon remnants f .t tr
G-inch widths totnor- ifi.
ifrow, a yard 17C
Kann's Second Floor.
DR. H. 1L 5MI1H, MUK.