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swgssey?"' "?5"fs jw; -f i-t. r-jsrw- THE WASHINGTON HERALD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1913. Society doings in attb 2Vrouu6 D 5l) 3fotional (Capital 000 -ft Br NATALIE SUMNER LINCOLN. ;J DULIN & MARTIN CO. ujpSr i Woodward & Lothrop New York-WASHINGTON-Paris A Christmas Gift List from the Men's Shops Men Appreciate the Useful and Practical Things Most. This List from the Men's Shops Should Be Very Helpful. The secretary r commerce a..d m. ' III Hedfleld entertained, at dinner last night Reception at White House Mrs. Woodrow WIIfuii received Mrs. I Marshall and the wives of the Cabinet offlcers at the White IIouso yesterday morulas. Mrs. Edward White, wife of the Chief Justice, and the wives of the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court received many callers at their respective hemes yesterday afternoon. F Men's Clothing A Jist of Christmas suggestions for men sometimes does away with a lot of trouble and difficulty in trying to think of the right gift for the right person. Your time for Christmas shopping is limited and we hope this list will help you in arriving at a decision. You will receive a wealth of suggestions in looking over the displays, and our salesmen have some excellent suggestions to. offer be sides these listed: Sweaters Hart Schaffner and Marx and other fine makes. " Suits and 0ercoats, $15.00 and upward. Full Dress and Tuxedo Suits, $35.00 and upward. Combination Full Dress and Tuxedo Suit, Hats and Caps $65.00. Single-breasted Cutaway Frocks, $30.00 and up. Fur-lined Overcoats, $75.00 to $125. Rain-proofed Slip-on Coats, $15.00 and up. Mackinaw Jacket-, $10.00 each. Skating Jackets, $10.00 and upward." ntoinobile Coats, $18 00 and upward. You'll see lots of new things here in Sweaters, and Knitted Mufflers and Dress Shields. The finest things men use. Sweaters $3.00 and upward. Mufflers, in silk and wool, and some knit, 60c and up. The finest things in wool. AH sorts of soft hats and stiff hats; newest shapes in Silk and Opera Hats; most anything jou want is here, and at reasonable prices. UmbreL.s Men's House Coats You can't go wrong in aclection of this kind, and dressing gow ns and bathrobes arc a nice, thoughtful present. We have very fine ones. Hou-e Coats, $5.00 to $25.00. Dressing Gowns, $3.75 to $25.00. Bathrobes, $3.00 to $10.00. Fancy Waistcoats Most any man would like to hac a good waistcoat, and we recommend that ou look oer our assortments before making jour purchases Waistcoats for street wear, $1.50 to $10.00 Formal Dress Waistcoats, $3 00 to $7.00. Leather Goods collar bag. a necktie or handkerchief case makes an excellent gift. We have ;orac especially appropriate things in leather The Pullman Slippers that fold up in a small case, and priced at $1.00, $1.50, and $2 00 pair give an idea of the practical things in this line. Men's Inexpensive Jewelry Cuff links, studs, scarf pins, pearl, silver, and noclty things, 50c and upward. The best shedders of rain any one cares to hold above his head; some beautiful noelty handles. Tlicc are to be had both in the Men's shop and the Umbrella department, priced from $1.00 upward. Neckwear Cut Silks, Velvets, Knitted and Crocheted Silks; everything that any man could pos sibly want, and in choict colorings and pat terns, 50c to $5.00. A special Christmas assortment at 25c. Gloves Shirts Full Dress Shirts, the New Thousand tucked Shirts, Business Shirts, Silk Shirts, also Night Shirts and Pajamas. A very complete line from the lowest prices that are good to the finest things made. All kinds of gloves. If he drives a car get him a pair of good gauntlets, some of them fur lined. Here, too, arc dress gloes, street gloves, fur-lined gloves, and knitted wool gloves; $1.00 to $9.00. Every con ceivable idea is embraced. Hosiery This is one of the most practical gifts to give a man. A special Christmas showing now being made; everything from a good substantial 23c sock to the finest grade of pure silk hose; single pairs or by the box. Handkerchiefs Some fine linen initialed handkerchiefs at 25c and up; and some plain hemmed linen ones to I2V2C and 18c. A nice box of a half-dozen makes a very acceptable gift. Here are plain white and colors, with hems of various widths. Walking Sticks An exceptionally choice line of all the best imported and domestic woods; simple ef fects at $1.00 or the very richly mounted ones at $7.00. "MOVIES" USED TO GIVE INSTRUCTION ON PIANO Mme. Marie Ton Unschuld Explains Her System of Teaching at Masonic Temple. Mme. Jlarle von Unschuld, well knonn In Washington as president of the Von Unschuld University of Music, gave her lecture on the "Unschuld Method of Piano Playing and Teaching," before a large audience at the Masonic Temple Auditorium yesterday afternoon. This lecture was especially arranged for students of the local high schools and great Interest was manifested In the lecture. The talk was accompanied by motion pictures, which described the de velopment of the modern piano technlc In connection -with the constant Improve ments of the art of piano construction. This Introduction of the foundation of the lecture was followed by Illustrations of the exact steps the piano student must take, from the beginning through the various phases of technlc, demanded of the modern brilliant plajer. Mme. von Unschuld Is the originator of the idea of teaching piano by the use of motion pictures. She has given her lecture at the Columbia University, New York City, at the New York State Teachers' Association, at Saratoga. N. V., and a course 01' lectures at the Cath olic University of America at Brookland, D. C. Assisting In the Illustration of her vork, the little daughter ot Mme. von Unschuld won the spontaneous applause of the audience In her excellent work on the piano, following the exercises as shown in Uie pictures. The world's largest automobile, having carrying capacity of twenty-five tons. has been bulltfor transporting wool across country in Australia, Mr 4L r III ill ! Our latest tea triumph he "Orange Label" Blend 30c a half pound Your Grocer has it SCIENTIST DESCRIBES EXCAVATION OF CITY Dr. Edgar L. Hewitt Delivers Lecture Before Washington Society of Archaeological Institute. Dr. Edgar L. Hewitt, director of the School of American Archaeology, at Sante Fe. N. Mex., lectured on "Itecent American Excavations In Guatemala" before the fifty-eighth regular meeting of the Washington Society of the Arch aeological Institute of America, held last night at the residence of Mrs. Julian James. 1602 TwenUeth street The presi- aent or the society, Charles Henry But ler, presided. Dr. Hewitt prefaced his lecture with a dcscripUon of Central America, as It --. vuw jcua aBu. iie oescrlbed the excavations made by the School of American Arcnaeoiogy ror the past threo ears on the site of the old Maya city of Qulrigua. As a result of the work they uncovered the burled city of Qulrigua. and have opened up a wide field for rurther Investigation. The following- new members were an nounced: Dean Aneiut r?rau7fnHi ,. Thomas Ewlng. Sir. Albert Douglas. Mr" Richard H. Uggett, Mr. Milton V. Richards. Mrs. E. Rust-Smif, it- .--1 Voegtlln. Mr. Francis H. Parsons and "'. .iumii immunity -viorenead. It was announced that h , - - - - - o Ai-111-rai meeting or the Archaeological Institute will be held In Montreal. Jantian- i , S, 1911 The councilors from ih Washington society are Chart, ir...... Butler. Mitchell Carroll, William Henry Holmes. Gilbert IT. nrowpnnr r-i,.i. D. Walcott, Aldla B. Browne,' Herbert ruumu, ana jonn vv. roster. The next meeting: of the Washington society will be held at the residence of Mrs. Henrr F. Dlmnclc fimtt in.1. Prof. Edward K. Rand, of Harvard Uni versity, will lecture on "Horace's Sabine Farm." brother-in-law and sister. Dr. and Mrs. item Hunt, at ineir nome in uusujd, Mass. Mme. Christian Hauge has sent out In vitations to a tea tomorrow at her resi dence, in Massachusetts avenue. In honor of the Minister of the Netherlands and Mme. Rappard. Judge W. W. Morrow and Mrs. Mor row, of San Francisco, are spending the week at the Wtllard. Mrs. SUmson J. Brown gave a tea yesterday afternoon at her residence. i ., . . . Z. j! r i JIl'ivi w sireei. in compliment iw ": Reddeld entertained, at dinner tea : night cougn- MrB. Cronani wlfe of ijeut. Com at their armriman nt th lllehlanna. f ... T .. . . manaer t-ronan, u. . .. wno ns re cently come to Washington. Mrs. Cro nan Is a granddaughter of former Presl- at their apartment at the Highlands. Their guilts were the Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Josephus Daniels, Senator and Mrs. Pomerene. Commodore and Mrs. Richard Davenport, Miss Reddeld, sister of the host, and Mr Arthur C. Fraser. of New York. Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet and Miss Sophy Sweet, wife and daughter of the Assist ant Sacretary of Commerce, who have been spending the last week in New York, returned last night to Washington and are at their home In the Avenue of the Presidents for the winter. Pnnce Traldos Prabandh. the retiring Minister of Slam, left Washington yes terday for New York, accompanied by the members of his family. They will spend some time In New York before re turning to their own country. Miss Margaret Fechteler was presented to society esterday afternoon by her mother. Mrs. A. F. Fechteler. wife of v.apc fecnteier, u. s. Hi., at one oi ine prettiest debutante teas of the season. The prettily decorated rooms were thronged with prominent members of Capital society and navy circles. The many beautiful bouquet:, sent the charm' Ing oung "bud" were massed on man tels and tables. Mrs. Fechteler woro a handsome gown of mauve crepe meteor, while the de butante's sostume was of white point d esprit draped with pale pink chiffon. and she carried an armful ot roses. Mrs. Franklin K. Lane, wife of the Sec retary of the Interior, assisted in re cehlng, and Mrs. Henry B. Wilson. Mrs. Ira Copley. Mrs. Alexander G. Bentley, and Mrs. Thomas J. Renn presided at the handsomely appointed tea table. Other assistants in the dining room were Miss Mary Gheen. MUs Elizabeth Matteson. jiism Ksther vvnlllng. miss Marie Aaams, and Miss Natalie Driggs. Judge and Mrs Morrow, of California grandparents of the debutante, are snowbound somewhere In the Rockies. and the time of their arrival here I now a matter of uncertainty. They are bring Ing with them a bouquet of California roses for their granddaughter, whose debut was timed for this date, when Judge Morrow had arranged to be here. Mr. and Mrs D. S. Wolcott. of Pitts- I burgh, have arrived at the Shoreham. Mrs. and Miss Fiske at Home Mrs. Bradley T Fiske and Miss Fiske. lfe and daughter of Rear Admiral Fiske. U S. N.. have sent out cards for Satur- Idajs In December. Mrs. J. D. Larkln. Miss R. I-arkln. and Mrs. T. C. Williams, of Buffalo. N. Y., have taken apartments at the Wlllard. The Russlin Ambassador and Mme BakhmetefT took possession of the Pull man residence In the Avenue of the Pres idents jesterda. The house, which was recently purchased by tne Kussian gov ernment, is one of the handsomest In Washington. It was built several ears ago, but has never been occupied. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker, of New York, are at the Shoreham. ti.. flrt nf the three Georgetown as .omhii.. innk Tilu.ce last night at IJnthl- cum Hall, and proved an exceedingly smart affair. The assemblies have es tablished a reputatun as being the most exclusive dances given in ueorgeiown. and Invitation, to them are alwajs eager ly sought. Mr. Tnh H Hanna. Mrs. William H. Ttnhrrr. and Mrs. Edward Talcott acted as chaperonrs and received the guests for the committee, the memoers oi wnicu are Dr. Louis Mackall. presiaeni: Jir. il..,rv s Matthevs. Mr. Edmund M. Talcott. Dr. Robert S Beale, and Mr. John Gordon Blake. The ballroom was prettily decorated for the occasion. Refreshments were .rrvrd inter In the eenlng. after which dancing was resumed, Schroeder's Or chestra furnishing the music. The two other Georgetown assemDiies I will be given on the evenings of Jan uary X and February Count O Salm, of Vienna, Is at the New Wlllard Sirs. Josephus Daniels, wife of the Sec retary of the Navy, will receive at home tomorrow afternoon from 3 until 6 o'clock at her residence. Single Oak, in Wood Icy Lane. The Minister or Switzerland and Mme. RItter, who have been abroad since early summer, and were expected to return to this country this month, have postponed their arrival until early In January. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gordon, of Popes Creek, Md., are in Washington, having taken apartments at the Shoreham. Rear Admiral and Mrs. Putnam, of Portsmouth, N. H.. have arrived in Wash ington to spend the holldaja with Mrs. William Thornton, i-t her home In I street. Mr. and Mrs. Harry St. George Tucker, of Lexington. Va.. are stopping at the New Wlllard. Mrs Robert II. Traver and her debu tante daughter. Miss Traver. are stop ping at the Shoreham while their Con necticut avenue residence Is being put In readiness for them. dent Grant, and Is a recent bride. Com mander Cronan Is now with the fleet, but expects to return to Washington shortly. Mrs. Alexander Sharp, Mrs. Minnie If. lining, and Mrs. Preston Sands presided at the tea table. Palms and clusters of large yellow chrysanthemums formed the house decorations for the occasion. The educational section of the Twen tieth Century Club will hold a meeting this morning at 10.30 o'clock In the Srnday school room of All Souls' church Dr. Gustave Blumenthal will speak on a "Bureau for Vocational Guidance." which Is to be established In Washing ton. Mrs. Wlllard D. Blgelow will speak on "The New School of House keeping." Persons Interested In the sub jects to be discussed are Invited to be present. The educational section Is un der the leadership of Mrs. William F. Woolard. Rev. William Wilkinson, of Trinity Church. New York City, and Mrs. Wil kinson, are at New Wlllard. Gen. James W. Wadsworth. of Geneseo, N. Y.. Is In Washington attending the meeting of the managers of National Sol diers' Homes and Is a guest at the Hotel Powhatan. Mr. T. It Van Deusen and Miss Van Deusen. of London. England, are at the Hotel Powhatan. A reception for Dr. Maria Montessorl will be given at the Acom Club In Phil adelphia tonight by Mrs. A. W. Kelsey, of Chestnut Hill. Mrs. Kelsey will be assisted In receiving by Mrs. Arthur Lea. Mrs. George Riddle. Mrs. Kll K. Price, Mrs. Perrit Dulles. Mrs. William A. Dick. Mrs. Baard Bowie. Mrs. Albert Kelsey, Mrs. Winthrop Parker, of New York, and Miss Anne E. George and Mrs. Joseph It. Darling, of Washington. FOE BENEFIT OF HOSPITAL. The Gulicks at Home Oancr, llamar, and Luncheon t De Held In Raleigh Hotel Ballroom, A combined dance. bazaar. and luncheon for the benefit of the George Washington Hospital will be held In the ballroom of the Raleigh Hotel Tuesday, December 15, under the direction of the board of lady managers of the Institution. The benefit will begin at 11 o'clock In the morning and continue until midnight. Luncheon will be served from 12 to S o'clock, and tea from 4 to t o'clock. The bazaar, with Its myriad attractive features, will continue throughout the day and evening There will be dancing from S.30 o'clock until midnight, the music to be furnished by the Meyer Davis Orchestra Mrs. W Thompson Burch and Mrs. C N. Chlpman are In charge of the dance, and arc making a special effort to have the students of the university participate. Mrs. William K. Butler Is chairman ot the booth committee. Among the others who are to take an active part in the benefit are the following: Mrs. Bates Warren, delicatessen table: Mrs. Town send, candy table; Mrs. Walter Harban. tea table; Mrs. J Lawn Thompson, dull table: Mrs. William C Prentls. fancy table: Mrs. Branderburg. bag table, and Mrs. William C Borden, chairman of the luncheon committee. Mr. W. Thomp son Burch Is chairman ot the bazaar. The president of the board of lady man agers Is Mrs. F. W. True. CHRISTMAS COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR Many Are Those Who Are Thaikfnl that It Does Not Come Any Oftener. It's the same thing every jear The question always comes up at this sea son. "What will do for Christmas pres ents?" Notwithstanding the man) irgent requests to "do jour shopping early. there are numerous "last-minute" bujers who never know what to get or how to get It. They are the ones who would vote to have Christmas come no oftener than the Presidental elections do at the present time every four years. Nobody that reads The Herald need have any anxiety this year as to what to get or how to get It. There's Just one thing that seems to meet all require ments. This Is The Herald s Panama book. H"hat could be more to the point or better answer the purpose This book is needed by everybody. Son and daugh ter need It at school; father needs it In the office or at the store; mother needs It at home; In fact. It Is the book that is used by the entire family Then why worry about Christmas pre ents? Just start to clip coupons and lay In a supply of these ideal gifts. It will relieve you of any further thought on the subject, and sou will rest easy in the assurance that the presents jou make will be useful, beautiful, and appropriate. CUP the coupons printed dally In The Herald. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Gullck, who have just returned from abroad, are estab lished in ineir iiuw ivbiucik.v, iu ttuuuc Irland avenue for the winter. airs. Henry T: Ralncy. wife of Repre sentative Ralney. of Illinois, was host ess yesterday at a charming tea In the restaurant of the House ot Represents tlvesi. The room and tables were prettily decorated with pink roses and chrysan themums. Former Senator and Mrs. Newell Sanders, of Tennessee, .arc at the Wll lard. Representative Ralney assisted his wife in receiving. Among their guests were the delegation In Congress rrom Illinois and the members of their families, Mrs. Ellis Logan, president of the District Fe-eratlon of Women's Clubs; Mr. Carl F. Vrooman. of Bloomlngton. Ill; Mr. "Thomas Worthlngton, of Jacksonville. 11L, and Mr. Louis Post, of Illinois. M'ss Hanna Ta lor has Joined her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Hannls Taylor, after pendiDS the past six weeks with ber U. S. GETS liANY "JACKIES." lralrnl Mini- Trlls Home Commit, tee Enlistment la Increasing:. Continuing Its hearings on the esti mates for the Navy Department, the House Committee on Naval Affairs learned yesterday from Admiral Blue, Chief of the Bureau of Navigation, that navy enlistments are Increasing at a rapid rate. Admiral Blue told the committee that indications are the navy will have Its full complement of enlisted men by March 1. 191L He said the enlistment was coming In rapidly and he thought the Increase was due to the recent cruise' of the Atlantic fleet to the Mediterranean and also the elementary educational features now extended by tho navy which are encouraging young men to enter the service. 10,000 Asked for Drnlnaur Congress A bill authorizing tho Secretary of State to Invite other nations to send delegates to the Fourth National Drain age Congress to be held at Savannah, Go., April, 19H. was introduced In tho House yesterday by Representative Ed wards, of Georgia. The bill asks an ap propriation of $10,000 to aid In pa) ing the expenses of the congress. ' Henry Gassaway Davis, former united States Senator, whose home, Is In Wheel ing. W. Va,, Is now ninety years old. Christmas Store Offers Hundreds of Desirable Gifts at Classified Prices YOU'LL appreciate the economy and convenience of selecting gifts from our special tables, which contain a multitude of beautiful and useful objects, classified according to prices, Ranging from 25c to $3.00 Articles of China, Glass, Bric-a-Brac, Pottery, Brass, &c, all of which are very exceptional values at the very low prices quoted. On large tables on our ground floor, at choice, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50, and $3.00. Dulin & Martin Co. Pottery, Porcelain, China, Glass, Silver, &c. 1215 F Street and 121418 G Street 'ii'ii'Mijijjiiiiiiiiitiii'i'Lij;:ij.ijiiJlii''iiiLwyJ: iVi:ill!r';!'M.fi-jiiii!,l52gMililiilii!riill&g lOU ARK CORDIALLY I.NVITED TO ATTEND OCR "Musical Open House" 1 CELEBRATION' OK OUR j THIRD ANNIVERSARY DECEMBER 9 AND 10 Jr TONIGHT AT 8:30 O'CLOCK la Onr RecKal Hall MR. CHARLES EDUARD HOWE of Cklcago Mill Flay T The Carola Inner-Player Piano Mr. Paul Bleyden, tenor soloist; Mrs. PanI Bleyden, piaaitt; Mr. Ernest Lent, cello soloist, with special numbers on tie VICTOR-VICTROLA. PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED Percy S. Foster Piano Co. Foster Building 1330 G Street Many a Xmas GIFT is being chosen from our big stock of Electric Cooking Devices JtThej make handsome as irell aa practical presents not QJT expensive- either. A Toaster 3J Store and Grill at T ntll do all the rooking; for a family of two or three. tS-ELECERIC RADIATORS make cold rooms comfortable fa up. National Electrical c . r irs-K n. T. Ate. ouppiy vu. then. u. esoa tMMWtWVWWVWMWWMWMI 'See Etz and see better." EDWIN RETZ Optician, 1003 G Street' HMWWWWW AMUSEMENTS. NATIONAL TONIGHT. SH5 ilHIUWllMI. Mats. Med. Sat. Plaal Appearaaee nere as an Actor -t f COHAN (HIMSELF) IN f Clem run "broadwayJ cT,, jones" rj'fc&.'SS- & WILLIAM COLLIER la Ills KtHmiat Corned, "A Llttl Water on the Side" NEW NATIONAL THEATRE Philadelphia Orchestra LTOPOLD bTOKOWSKI. Conductor. FlItST TUGS. AT. CONCtKT. DtO. W. 43, hrmphon;: BRAHMS, .So. 1. C Minor. Sottit. JUShK HOKMA.VN. iHinfi. Tickets. T. Atthai" Bmlth'i 1ST F St. J. W. 14 Work days remaining in which to do your CHRIST MAS SHOPPING. Don't be selfish. SHOP EARLY. AMUSEMENTS. Alleats23c E Yen Inn. 33r. 33c. and 50c The M03T rOrULAB AMERICAN 1'LAX The Shepherd of the Hills Country Store BTery Tars. Matt nt Wetk-The elredi fc Their Bioy. A LECTURE ON ENGLISH AM AMERICAN GARIENS TU1 be tlwn tj MRS. PHILLIP MARTINEAU ON Tllims. MOnNING. DEC. 11, AT 11 O'CLOCK. tew vr qt QUEninA i:inin.K. Bt CocrtT of MRS. IIOBERT M. THOMPSON. Admuuon. VI.W. to DO Fw ftl engmpcr; COLUMBIA THEATER Tuesday," MISS MAGGIE: Dee. 8, 4CIO. Seats. 2-.0, , On ssle at' Droop's, 13th. and G. Tyte I'rlma Donna Csl- rago-Palla. Grand Opera. BELASCO Tonight at 8:21 TOMORROW MAT. 25c to 51.80 WM. A. BRADY WD. PRESENTS The Most Remarkable Flay of Onr Time BOUGHT AND PAID FOR Br GEO. BROADHCRST. A RACE BETWEEN SMILES AMI TEARS NEXT WEEK SEATS NOW WITHIN THE LAW HELEN WARE & & DAILY R P KFITH'S "an-J uaii w SUNDAY M ITS. Sic. CVE, S5e TO 73c All, 'Fine' JACK WILSON &C0 "The Purple Lady" , VANIERI1LT & MOORE SKVE.V OTHErtS FtJM. OF MKE Popular Poll Flayers Tnlee Dally la; "THE COUNTY CHAIRMAN"1 Tfexe -Week "KLEVATING A nUSBAXD." THE OOLOEIt CROOK ETTTtAVAGAXZA Speelal Feature Graad Sensational -European Uallrt. Direct frem the ralUdimn. lndoo. Next Week Hoseland Girls. Largest Morning Circulatios. l ,. -. fe.