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-O.VDOV Dec. 9 ?Diplomatic ex- ?
'"-m-3 N?twe?n London and Parts
'--rardtng a solution of the Adriatic1
G oblerr w?re understood to be still ?
in progress today. Tn \ lew of the j
?"nous political situation which has
r-txUo-xd :n Italy, the allies are anx- ?
?ta to bring about a s? ttlement of ?
tr.*, ?*???,? trnijbi? '.? .- ?Ton'f?
An Rx-hange Telegraph dispatch |
trotti Rome, statin?; that Gabiele ?
?"'Annunsto's Italian forces were with- ;
' "?win?; from Flume and that the ]
?ttjr would be occupied by Italiani
??'??ara, was evidently premature.
F-o far a? known now, the only troops
" i*t left Flume were the contingente
-*nt to other parts of the Dalmatian
WORE OVERALLS TO BED.
? KEN-,. ?. ? . Dec. ??He wore
' veral?? to bed nearly every night.
?nd the nichts he missed the overalls
wore his aid barn shoes.'' Mrs.
% Royce testified in asking for
609 \4th St. S. W.
Phone Main 2975
\ In the Palm Room
? .Mondays, Thursdays and
I Saturdays. 11 to 12:30
j How to Peel Off a
IC? re?Uy a -imple matter te r?nov?te ,
? Ca?- ?oiled ST dirt, ?vlnrt or cold Or-]
?'eary n.?rro.ise?1 wax, used liki? cold ?
?r-aii?. ?G? ? .-a a? form the worst o'd rom
???Xlon mi-, -??? of snowy ?biten-aa ?n?i
? ?<T?ty jof.iM?a. It literally peel? eff the
???.'.er va.i of ??arfa.- skin but ?o cent!}
?frsd ??I ! ,v '.hex-?'? no Hu?o:nfort. The
? TTBoo* ?kla ootnea oft. not it* patch??
it "-"j tr tiny partici???, leavlnr no
? 4?i>c? at *h? treasftmeMSt lt-aaHf The
iig-r txa?thi-t under-akin forming- th??
-?tr *'ni;lau? ?? une of rapttrstin?; love
i??i? One ounre of mereolised wax. to
h- bad ?' any dm?; ?tore. Is eoouajh te
r .no- any eo?r?e. happed, pimpled,
fnaal?tod. f?4?cl or ?allow skip. Apply b??
...r*j r?tmni. ?ras? int it ?? m the morn- \
HAPPENINGS IN SOCIETY
Vice President and Mrs. Marshall Honor Guests?Dinner Parties and
Luncheons?Important Charity Fetes
THE VICE PRESIDENT AND
MRS. MARSHALL were guests
of Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh at
dinner last evening and afterward
the little party witnessed the per
formance at the Belasco Theater Mrs.
Marshall attended the meeting of the
Red Oros? organization of the ladies
of the Senate and their informaal
luncheon at the Senate office* build
ing today, and this afternoon she will
be with Mrs. Walsh in her box at the
National Theater for the Philadelphia
On Thursday evening the Vice
President and Mrs. Marshall will be
the honor guests at a dinner to be
given by Mrs. William J. Boardman
and Miss Mabel Boardman and on
Friday night they will dine with
Charles D. Walcott. ?ecretary of the
Smithsonian Institution, and Mrs.
' Walcott. On Saturday night the Vice
Preeident will attend the Gridiron
Mrs. Marshall, who will hold her
first Wednesday afternoon reception
of th? seaeon tomorrow, wtll be assist
ed by Mrs. C. C. McChord aod Mrs.
Thomas F. Walsh. Mrs. Hare Lippin
cott and Mrs. John Allan Dougherty
I will preside at the tea table.
Miss Nancy Lare, debutante daugh
ter of the Secretary of tbe Interior
and Mrs. Lane, was hostess at an in
formal luncheon today tn compliment
to Miss Leita Adams, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Horatio H. Adams.
Mrs. I^ane will give a small tea on
Wednesday afternoon. December 17.
to present her daughter to society
ind It will tve followed by a young
people's dinner at the Chevy Chase
Club. Yesterday Miss Lane was en
tertained at luncheon by Miss Betty
Burnett, daughter of Mrs. Sidney Bal
lou, who had a company of twenty
four to meet her.
Mrs. William J. Boardman and Miss
Mabfl Boar'lman will entertain at
dinner tonight in honor of Mrs.
Whitelaw Reid and Mrs. E. H. Harrl
man. of New York, who are arriving
today to be their guests. They will
attend the annual meeting of the
American Red Cross Society to be
held here this week.
On Friday evening Miss Boardman':?
sister. Mrs. Frederick Keep, will give
a dinner, her guests being asked to
meet Mrs. Reid.
Tw? Ili-bBiastra P-?srtM-nte?l.
Two charming buds will be jointK
?presented to society this aft?.moon
at the tea which Mr. and Mr.?*. H
F.oz?er Dulany are giving at their
?evidence In Wyoming avenue. They
are Miss Anne Carter Willing Dulany.
rlai.glitcr of the hosts, and Mrs. Du
lany's niece. Miss Mary Custis Lee.
Roth of the debutantes, who will
stand with Mr. and Mrs Dulany t?.
receive the cuests. will be gowned
In whit satin and both Will ?~arry
pink roses. Miss Dr.lany's frock is
of a heavy creamy satin, made with a
bodice garniture of pearl paesemen
terie, and in Miss Carter's costume
the satin is combined with silvrr and
the skirt is looped up in panaie- rash
ion. Mrs. Dulany will wear a hand
some gown or blur sequins on a foun
dation of satin. The drawing room
are abloom with flowers, the numer
ous bouquets sent the deb?tante.* be
1 mg effectively displayed.
Mrs. James R. Ellerson and .Mrs.
'Eliphalet Frazer Andrews will pre
side at the t? a table and the d?bil
itantes will be assisted by a grout)
?of their sister buds, including Miss
We Bring to You Frorr
a rare line of dainty, plain
as well as elaborately hand
Cotton Crepe, $3.25 and up
Come in and see what[
Japan offers you.
A Afn<f Ir'<?r.dro_.s Assortment of Beautiful
SLIPPERS, 75c to $3.95
In a Wide Profusion of Rare Designs
A Veritable Fa i y land of Toys
120^ Pennsylvania Ave.
OPES L? YESISGS
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SUPPER DANCES. TEA DANCES. 4:30 t? 6,
:?o to i Everv Evening. Thursdays and Saturda\s.
In the Quaint Grill
?at Ihe St. Marks ?5 served, from 12 to 2
?J.-.ily. a SPECIAL LUNCHEON, which ladies
and gentlemen are enjoying in increasing
numbers every day. ONE DOLLAR per plate.
rA TABI.h _ HOTE DINNER at TWO
DOLLARS per cover is featured evenings,
6 to 9:30, Tables engaged.
Cafe St Marks
M M K. MARSZEWSKI,
Whose husband is connected with
the newly established Polish le
gation, and who is one of the
most'charming of the recent ad
ditions to the diplomatic set.
Nancy Lane. Miss Frances Hampson,
Miss Helen McLanahan. Miss Eleanor
Harris. Miss Lindsay Wood, Miss Ann?*?
Gordon. Miss Betty Grove, Miss He'en
Tucker, Miss Delphine Heyl, Mise
Marcia Chap?n. Miss' Peggy Martin
and Miss Anne Carter Lee. who. like
her elder sister, is spending the win
ter with Mr. and Mrs. Dulany.
The girls of the receiving party
will remain after the reception for a
buTfet supper, and this in turn wiil
be followed by an informal dance Id
which a number of young men h?vo
Mr. and Mrs. Dulany will give two
balls at Rauscher'.?., one on December
15 for their niece, and another on
December 24 at which their daughter
will be the guest of honor.
Mr?. VtiUon Senda Rase?.
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson sent a large
box of roses and spi rea and other
blossoms from the White House to
the bazaar, tea dance and ball given
last evening at the Willard for the
b< netlt of the Near East relief fund,
which ??as a pronounced succ?s?? from
its opening until the strains of "Home.
Sweet Home" ended the ball long after
midnight. The flowers adorned the
T? Altead Diale 4 Marre??.
Tne Chilean Ambassador and Se?
ora de Mathieu will leave Washington
toda? for Savannah, Ga.. to attend the
Southern Commercial Congress. Thev
will return on Friday Other diplo
m?is at the conference are Ecuador
can Minister. Dr. Don Rafael Elizal
de: the Bulgarian Minister. Dr. Step
hens Panaretoff. and the L'rugua\an
Minister, Dr. Jacob V?rela
The Acting Secretary of Commerce,
Edwin F. Sue??!, and hi.? daughter.
Miss Sophy Swe?t also are attending
the conference, having made the trip
from Charleston. S. C, to Savannah
by water on the Cypress, of the Haltt
The Postmaster General and Mrs.
Burleson have returned from San An
ionio, Tex., where they spent TVi?nks
iflving with their son-in-law and
?laughter. Mr and Mrs. NeKley\ Mrs.
Burleson will not obseive her Wednes
day afternoon at home until January.
The Secretary of the Navy..Mr. Dan
iel.-, will retitr-n today from the South,
??here he spent the week-end.
The Minister of the Srrb?, Croats,
and Slovenes and Mme. Orouitch. have
as their guest Mrs. Jerome Landfield.
of New York. Mr. Lanfiejd was also
with them over? the week-end, but re
turned to New York yesterday. On
Friday Mme. Grouitth vrHI accompany
Mis. Landfield to New York and .?? ill
meet Lady Campbell on her arrival
from England. Lady Campbell will
come to Washington with Mme.
Orouitch, for a visit.
Maj. Gen. Emilio Guglielmotti, who
has returned from New York, was ac
companied by Col. Vittorio Asinari di
Bernezzo. who will succeed him u?
military attache of the Italian em
bassy. Baron Valentino and Gino
Butl. of the embassy .-tari. who. like
General Gtiglielroontti. went to New
York for tlie marriage nf *,??..? Mar
garet Erhart and Andrea Geis.-.r
r'elealM di Ves-liascn. third secretar??
of the Italian cmbaasy. also have re.
turned to Washington.
Mrs. Keyes. wife of Senator H'-ni.?*
W. Keyes of New Hampshire, i
spending the week In New York and
will omit her Thursday afternoon re
Mrs A. F. Lauterbach, of v>v York,
arrived yesterday in Washington to
spend the week at the Raleiajh.
Mrs. Cordenio A. Severance, of St.
Paul, has arrived in Washington to
attend the meeting of the Republican
National Committee, and is staying at
the Shoreham Hotel.
Arthur Hugh Frezier. counselor of
the American embassy at Baris, and
Mrs. Frazier, have arrived m New
York and are staying at the Waldorf
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Burton, o? Eng
land, will spend the winter in Wash
ington and have taken an apartment
at the Shoreham. They are now in
New York after a brief r***?, y?rrr.
Mrs. Burton was formerly Miss Jessi??
Miss Mary Garrett Hay has ?omo
from New York to attend the meeting
of the Republican National ?Commit
tee and is staying at the New Willard
Mrs. McKenna Pultz, daughter of
Justice and Mrs. Joseph McKenna. Is
in New York for a brief visit.
Mrs. Richardson Cibson will give a
small tea on Friday afternoon for
Miss Margaret Crosson. debutant??
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Cros
-The Safety Razor
??on. Mr. and HM ?Gibson's son,
Randall I.ee Gibson, will arrive from
Staunt?n Military Academy on De
cember 1*. to upend the Christmas
holidays with his parents.
Among the society girl.? who did
yeoman servite in connection with the
Children's Hospital drive and are con
tinuing their work despite the formal
closing of the campaign are Mis??
Olyve Graef. Miss Mildred Bromwell.
Mies Eleanor Johnston. Miss Mary
Hallen. Miss Betty Burnett, Miss Cora
Barry, und Miss Louise Delano. All
are members of the Junior League.
The list of patronesses for the
Italian fete to be given Thursday aft
ernoon snd evening at ?400 Sixteenth
street for the benefit of destitute
Italian babie? include?; many women
who have a deep interest in Italy's
welfare and who are cognizant of the
crying need of her little ones.. They
are Mrs Thomas Nelson Tage. Frin
cess Concompagni. Mrs. Henry F. Pi
mock. Mrs. Mah-lon Pitney. Mrs. Miles
Poindexter. Mrs.? Howard Sutherland.
Mrs. J. C. W. Beckham. Mrs. Wil
liam Phillips. Mrs. William Crozier.
Mrs. Ge-orge von L. Meyer, Miss Pat
ten. Mrs. Thomas O'Brien, Mrs. Rus
sell Train. Mrs. John O. Nicholson.
Mrs. Hennen Jennings, Mrs. Charlea
Boughton Wood. Mrs. George Bajnett,
Mrs William K. Van Reypen. Mrs.
William K. Carr, Mrs. Charlea J. Bell,
Mrs. Albert Douglas, Mr*. Thomas M.
Chartard, and Miss Gladys Hinckley.
Mrs. George Mahool and Miss Hel??n
Hamilton are directing the "balloon
girls." who will sell balloons, con-1
fetti. and other trifles which con
tribute to the carnival spirit. This
group includes the Misses Helen and
Mona Blodsrett, Delphine Heyl. Bea
trice Pollock. Anne Gordon. Celeste
Cfeaery, Muriel Denys, Nancy Une,
Pram es Hampeon, Marion Drain,
Peggy Martin. Helen Tucker. Davi
ette Ficklen. Margaret Crossan, Sara
King. Anne Dulany. Mary Cuatis Lee.
and Kleanor Harris.
Mrs. Miles Poindexter and Mrs.
Howard Sutherland will have a table
of growing plants. Mrs. Hal Smith,
assisted by Miss Eleanor Beckham
and Miss Mary Taylor, will sell ap
ples?.?.Ibernarle Pippins?and other
fine fruit. Mrs. Karriek will have,
an exhibition of fine Italian prints
and pictures, and will be assisted in
the sale thereof by Mrs. Rivers and
Miss Frances Boutell.
Huimtiteml Hoax? Ball.
Miss Frances Hampson, who is
chairman of the young ladles' commit
tee for the ball on Monday evening
January 5, at the Willard, for the
benefit of the Episcopal Home for
Children, will be assisted by a large
number of this Reason's debutantes.
Among them will be Miss Nancy Lane,
Miss Leila Gordon, Miss Anna Gordon.
Mis.? Barrine Drake, Miss Delphine
H?yl. Miss Kleanor Harris, Miss Agnes
i-vott. Miss Beatrice Pollock, Miss
Marion Drain. Miss Murcia Chap?n.
Miss Betty tiro ve. Miss Mona Blodgett.
IP?? Celeste Crosby. Miss Margaret
Cro.<son, Miss M> ra Morgan, Miss
Lindsay Wood. Mis? Helen Tucker. mfiSS
*.nne Dulany, Miss Peggy Martin.
Miss Virginia McKenney and Miss
Hei-n Mehanahan. Col. William Frlc
Fowler is chairman of the ball com
mittee: Kffingham Townsend, chair
man of the floor committee, and Wil
liam Bowie Clerk, chairman of the
The mere hall for the benefit of
the Police Fund at Wardman Tark
Hotel on the night of Monday, De
??Tnber 20. has developed into a
veritable l-ibvrintl? of surprises. r>e
?icned originally as simply a fash
I?-? oable dancing event financed by
Mrs. Thomas F. Welsh, who wishes
the entire proceeds to go to the
widows and children of officers who
died In service, a brilliant afternoon
program is being added. Mr. Ward
man ha? placed Ihe great Christmas
tree which Is to be used by patron??
of the hotel earlier in the week, at
the disposal of Mrs. Kffingham Town
send, now known as chairman of the
Christmas tree committee, and some
very mysterious person has provid
ed six hundred attractive ChliatOMS
gifts to be placed thereon for the
little girls and boys of the force. In
fact, all of the children of the de
partment Added to this will he :??.
film end vaudeville show. All of thifi
will take place between M and 5:.''0
o'clock and during that time every
minute 'will bristle with interest.
Mrs. Townsend has assisting on her
committee Mrs John Biddle, Mrs
Claude Mayo, Mis. Walter Tuckernia.ii.
; Mrs. Henry Price Wright, Mrs. Harry
I Harwood Rousseau. Miss Vvonn*
jTownsond and Miss Gladys Hinckfer
I The committee will be kept buey
: tiem,? up Christmas gifts in fane.?
style, perhaps using green ribbon -
?for the gifts to little boi.? and gay
red ribtvnns for those for little gills.
Ylu re ? ill he a truly live Santa Claus.
? who, having made a leisurely round
I of well-to-do homes, can afford to
give better time and presents to the
chifdren who visit Wardman Par).
Columbia Hospital has pre-empted
Hem Year night for Its benefit ball
,'.??? it will serve as a fitting wind-up
to the New Year festivities. After
receiving at one or another of the
official houses thrown open on that
day the girls may be tjred, hut not,
too tired to dance; and they're tre
mendously interested In thi? event.
Frances Hampson will be chairman
? if the girls' committee and those who
will assist her are the Misses Nancy
I.ane, Anne Gordon. I,ella Gordon,
I Kleanor Harri?, Marcia Chapin, Lind
say Wood, Peggy Martin. Anne Du
j lanr, Helen McLanahan, Mary rustia
'Lee, Agnes Seott, Bett?' Grove and
Arrangements for the ball are in
the hands of Mrs. Franklin K. Lan*?,
as chairman of the hall committee.
and Mrs. Frank Freyer, vice chair
man. The Marine Band is to furnish
?Intlaon- I.eagaue Bazaar.
The annual bazaar of the Anthony
League will he held on Wednesday
and Thursday of this week at the
home of the president, Mrs. Anna K.
Hendley. 3007 Columbia road, from 3
to 10 o'clock ?ach day. Tn addition
to the usua) fancy and useful articles
for sale, there will he some form of
entertainment provided for afternoon
and evening. On Wednesday after
noon Mrs. Gertrude Bonnin. wife of
Captain Bonnln, U. S. A., will give
several Indian legends, dressed In her
native Indian costume. In the eve
ning at 8 o'clock Mrs. David E.
Kinchloe. wife of Congressman
Kinchloe of Kentucky, will entertain
with whistling and recitations. Both
afternoon and evening Mrs. Eleanor
J. Bingharn will give readings in
On Thursday afternoon at 4 ?clock
Mrs Cttarles P'Hamlin will ipeakon
the Girl Scout movement. Mrs. Wayne
B. Wheeler has arranged a musical
program o? unusual interest with sev
eral prominent musicians for the eve
ning, among whom will be Mrs. Orme
Thornsherry with a group of songs,
accompanied by Miss Margaret Rlpy:
Miss Grace Nelson .of the Rubinstein
Club, will sing, also accompanied by
Miss Ripy. and the latter will pia?*
several selections on the piano. Mrs.
Wheeler will sing a group of Indian
songs on Wednesday afternoon, with
Mrs. John Palmer as accompanist, and
will give the guest lie privilege of
hearing her voice ? C ..? educed on the
An International ball lor the bene
fit of the Robert E?. Lee Meniorial
Fund and the Hero Endowment Fund
will be held by the Robert E. Lee
Chapter. No. 24, United Daughters of
the Confederacy, in the ballrooms of
the New Willard Monday night. Jan
This bal will be entirely different
from any function heretofore given by
the chapter inasmuch as the twenty
four allied nations are to be invited to
participate through their representa
Mrs. Walter E. Hutton. president of
the chapted is forming a large ball
committee, which wil be under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Jesse Lee Webb
to co-operate with the other commit
tees necesaar-* for the success of the
The Robert E. %m* Memorial Fund is
for the erection of a memorial build
ing in the aNtional Capital, snd the
Hero Endowment Fund is being
raised by the I'nited Daughters of the
Confederacy to be Invested in Govern
ments Bonds, the interest of whleh is
to be used to help returned soldiers
io continue their education. The
monies derived from this event will
be equally divided between the two.
Mrs. ,T. P. Heatwole and her daucii
ter, Miss Alice Archibald, are guest;
of William Phelpe Eno.
Mr. and Mrs. Streeter B. Flynn, who
were married in Washington in Oc
tober, have arrived at their new horn
in Oklahoma. They made the trip
in the automobile which was one of
their ?vedding presents, and in which
they went away on their honeymo? ?
trip. Airs. Flynn was formerly aflea
Margaret Tuttle, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. LeRoy Tuttle
Lieutenant Commander and Mr.-.
Hugo Osterhaus are established in
their new quarters at the Mare I
land navy yard.
Mrs. laafitial W. Glazebrook. who i?
viditing her brother-in-law and sin
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Jackson, in
Montclaii. N. J.. will return at the
end of the week.
DRY CLEAN ALL
FOR FEI CENTS
Any ?vornan can clean and renew
waists, dresses, ?.uits, coats, gloves,
ribbons, furs, slippers, shawls, beiti,
ties, veils, men's clothes, lace cur
tains, woolens, ruses, draperies- -
evcr> thing that would be ruined by
Pia? e a -call?n or more of ?jasoline
in a dishpan or wsls*i boiler, put in
the things to b* dry' 'leaned, then
wash them with Solvite s??ap. Short
ly everything tomes out looking like
Nothing fade.?? shrinks or wiin
kles. No pressing needed. Do not
attempt to dr\ el"an without Solvite
Soap. This gasoline soap is the se
cret of all dry' ? leaning
? package of Solvite soap con
taining directions for home drj
i'lcanini- costs little at any drug,
grocery or department store. Dry
clean ?mtdoors or away1 from flame.
BETTER THAN MEI
Thousands Have Discovered
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
Are a Harmless Substitute
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are the
result of Dr. Edwards' detenninatjon
not to treat liver and bowel complainta
with cakiraeL For 17 vears he uaed
these tablets (a vegetable compound
mixed with olive oil) in his pr?vate
practice with great success.
They do ail the good that calomel
do?*?? but have no bad after effects. Ne
pains, no gripin?, no injury to the
gums or danger irom acid foods?yet
they stimulate the liver and bowels.
Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
when you feel "logy" and "heavy."
Note how they clear clouded brain and
perk up the spirits. 10c and 25c a box
Try Grandmother's Old Favor
ite Recipe of Sage Tea
Almost everyone knows that Sage
G ??a and Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brings baek the natural color
and lustre to MM hair when fad? tl.
streaked or gray. Years ago the
only way to get this mixture was to
make it at home, watch Is niu.^sy
Nowadays we simply a?k at any
Irug otote for "Wyelh's Sage and
Sulphur Compound." Vou will gt-t
? large bottle of this old time reel?,??
rnproved by the addition of other in
gredients, at very little cost lOvery
body uses this preparation now. be
cause no one can possibly tell that
you darkened your hair, as it does it
so naturally and evenly. Vou damp
en a ?ponge or soft brush with it
and draw this through your hail,
taUIng one. small strami at a time;
bv morning the g? ?y hs.ir dis.ippears,
and aftei another application or
two youi hair become.-* beautifully
dark,'thick and glossy and you look
COSTA RICA RECOGNITION.
President Wilson today is considering
the recognition of the new govern
ment of Costa Rica. The State De-,
partment today forwarded recom
mendations for the recognition of'
the Costa Rica government to the
SENDS ENVOY TO VATICAN.
ROME. Dec. ? ?Edward J Dagoino.
the first minister of Veneiuela to the
Vatican, ha? arrived in Rome. He will
present his credentials to the Pope
Now I? tbe time te aa?e. Itela??rat
? ?tar l.imrrtj ? ?-< aaatrrrat la "U.S.?..
RECEIVE FRENCH PRIZES?.
PARIS, l>e? ? T*?.r -\caderel c
Science?? ha* awari?* th? Barin prt?*
of .Y?JOO franc? roi mathematica t?
Prof Lefshe-tr. oi th* University c
Kansas The I .-land? pns? for a*
ironomy ha? been ??* arded to Dr Sil?
pher dlractor cf th? Li? ell ??bee?? ?
tor; m Flaf-sts'f Art?
& ?at?) Som Co,
*THE BUSY CORNER* PlHHKMfLAl 8 THST
Open 9:15 ?. M
Claee 6-00 P. M
Misses' and Small Women's Dresses
For Street, Afternoon
and Evening Wear
?Druses made of vehet. \ clour.
\ctatf, crepe de chine, satin and
?Plain tailored models. Russian
blouse styles, tunic effects and
?The chiffon dres.t-es are made
in fluff} styles, finished with short
?!ec\es and round necks. Manv
have lace collars and cufh
?The color? arc brown. Copen
hagen, reindeer, plum. Burgundy
navy and black.
?For the man> i?eed*- you ? ?U
have for these dresses during the
holiday season you should secure
\ours now. These are unusual
qualities for the sale prie?.
?At $1990, $25.00 and $29.75
?Here is an unusually f-ooc
value for tomorrow's selling.
?A dainty handkerchief, all i
pure linen, with one corner em? i
broidered, and an extra value ?
Your Boxes of Christmas
$?This year'?? demand is already out of the orrhnar*?. and w? ad
vise you to .secure what you want while we still have fell assort
amente of these boxed candie.?
??? POUND AND HALF POUND assortment.
j right for -rifu to Sunday School scholar?-. ?
? Pound fiC/? Hal? Pour???
boxes. V?/C boxe*. ...
65c S_.r^ 35c
| Five Pound Boxes of Dorothy Wynne
t?Absorte?! ??hocolates. assorted bonbon?, and some with
\ rons-ened fruits, a box. ..'."
? Kann'.?? - BU Ml Floor.
of chocolates, just \
The Word "Beacon" Light* the W^r to Good Values in
BLANKETS AND BATHROBING
? A? most women know l>ci??on products ? hit.h quality
fabric*, of cotton, but finished to look vnv much like
wool, and they ar?> wonderfully warm, and ????d ?rearing
-7 inch ???G?? Bathrobing, in a Rr? at variety ??: *l\g.
colorinK.? and Mm all reversible, a vard... I 9%
?BATH 1?OBK I?I.ANKKTS, iargc sire, for making bat'?.
robes, in dark rich coloring?., complete with c?rd an??
tasFel Most of these are handsome bordered ?*"? G?
-BEACON TN'DIAX BLANKETS, in splendid imitatici
the real Indian blankets, in handsome colorings. Tliesc
are very like the r?al wool Indian blankets. They v.-lll
make excellent couch cover*, slumber robes, etc.. as vira?tl
a* blankets for the bed. Size 66x80 inches. -*>'T rn
5 - Any of Ossee will be excellent for Christmas gifts.
Our Sample Sale of Comforts -
Now in Progress
?Product?? of the Houston Mfg. Co. Every one at
much les? than you would have to pay for it if bought
in the regular way. Beautiful for holiday gifts,' a
well as for your own use.
?Select from this list of price?. At
$7.50, $9.95, $12.50, $15.00,
$18.00, $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 and up to $75.00
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A Gift for a Rainy Day
_Xo matter how much we may wish a life ol
sunshine for our friends, we know there will be;
some showery days in their coming years?then;
why not a good friend like a rain-coat for a \
_RAINCOATS of all silk rainproof materials,;
in stripes and plaids, rich color combinations
with yo_e lining of white silk rubber, and trans
parent oil silk raincoats m plum, navy, dark:
green, and black. Finished with raglan sleeve.
Loose model, not belted, frO? OQ
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? RAINCOATS of heavy rubberized mohair aad
?ilk poplin, in Oxford, navy, black, and chanp-?.?
able effect.?, made with regulation sleeve, large
armhole, belt all around; and leather finish; coats
full length, belt all around, strictly rain ??aa?
Something entirely new. $19 75
?LIGHT WEIGHT RAIN COATS, mit tini-sl
in tan, gray, navy, and black, well
tailored, belted model, at.
?RAINCOATS of heavy poplin, aim of light? ?
weight, mohair finished, in tan, navy, ??? ?G
gray, and black, at. -?__..JJ
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dium weight effects, in tan, Oxford. 4M ? ?(>
navy, and black, at.* 1 V.UU
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It Takes Master Craftsmen
To Make These
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