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Society and Personals.
Women's Clubs and
Fraternal
Organizations.
Churches What
Is Doing in
the Religious
World.
WASHINGTON. D. C. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1914.
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Society plaits for a Stfcerrv dfyvistmas
Br M AHV MARSHALL.
S HRISTMAS Day of all days of the year is a day that remains ctfose
crated to the most intimate sort of family festivities. Of course,
-' there are always to be found society folk who would make it a day
merry with much public entertaining, dances, large dinner parties and such
high festivits-. But so long as there are children in our famjlies and so long
as we retain vivid recollections of our own childhood Christmas days, we pre
fer the stay-at-home Christmas Day
Leading up to the day and for the week that comes between that holiday
and New Year's we may indulge in all sorts of social gayeties that take us
a long, long way from the Christmas traditions of childhood. But for Christ
mas Day itself there is no getting away from the fact that the stay-at-home
day is the best.
And society folk of Washington seem to be agreed upon this point Prac
tically without exception the official families are planning to spend the day
"quietly at home" quietly so far as outsiders know, but the merry, merry
Christmas Day in the bosom of one's family, of course, need not be dull just
because it is an intimate sort of day. In fact there is a certain sort oi
joyousness and hilarity that seems to be the peculiar product of the intimate
family gathering.
Not for many, many weeks has the White House seen any festivity of
any sort, and the small party planned by the family of the President for
Christmas Day is the largest gathering to be seen around the White House
board for many months. The presence of Mrs. Sayre in Washington this
week is sufficient proof of the rumor, unconfirmed officially, that she will
spend the festive day with her father.
The Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs. McAdoo will also dine at the
White House on Christmas Day.
But there is little of festivity at the White House this year. The Christ
mas decorations will be exceedingly simple and, but for the usual wreaths
at the stately windows of the Executive Mansion, there is little indication of
the approach of the great day.
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The Vice President and Mrs. Marshall left yesterday for Arizona where
they will spend Christmas day with the parents of Mrs. Marshall, Mr. and
Mrs. William E. Kimsey. They will rerflain away from Washington until
i-fter New Year's Day.
The Christmas festivities of the family of the Secretary of State will also
take place in the State of Arizona, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Jen
ings Bryan, jr., at Tucson. But the Secretary himself will not be present
He will remain at the Bryan residence
in Calumet place, while Mrsy Bryan
will go West, remaining with tier son
through January.
The Secretary of War and Mrs.
Garrison will spend the day at
Atlantic City, where, by the way,
many prominent Washington folk
trill gcrfor a bit of change and quiet.
In the home of the Attorney Gen
eral there will be a delightful family
sort of Christmas celebration. Thomas
Watt Gregory', jf-, will be home from
Laurenceville, N. J, where he goes to
school and Joseph Nallc Gregory,
another son of the Attorney General,
will arrive at home early this week
from his school in Virginia.
Gay Christmas doings are in prepa
ration at the home of the Postmaster
General, in F street, for Miss Lucy
and Miss Sydney have many holiday
secrets brewing and, though Mrs.
Burleson has planned to have but a
small dinner party, there will be
MISS AGNES OXIORMAN. who made her debut with her lister, Miw
Anna O'Gorman, last Thursday.
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Christmas merriness a plenty about
that board. r
If the presence of three energetic i
sons home from school could give I
cause for Christmas merrymaking j
then surely in the home of the Secre- I
tary of the Navy there ought to be
a goodly share of holiday spirit. But
the Daii'c!- i.i'N, like the Bniiesor.,
will keep the family party very small!
and of an intimate nature.
In their home in Wyoming avenue
the Lanes will welcome their only
son, Eranklin K. Lane, who i to be
THE LARGES1 WAIST DEPARTMENT IN THE CITY
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1106 G STREET
THE HOUSE OF FASHION
Thousands of Beautiful Xmas Blouses
Endless Variety Displayed on Open Tables for Easy Selection
Crepe De Chines, Satins, Laces, Chiffons Values $3 to $12.50
$1.98, $2.98, $3.95 $5, $7.95
Dainty Lingerie Waist, $1 , $1.98, and $2.98
$5 Silk Underskirts, $1.98 and $2.98
Black American Fox Sets
$35 Sets at $22.50 $50 Sets at $35
$100 Hudson Seal Coats, $65
Extra Special Suit Reductions
$25 and $40 Suits Now $13.75, $18, and $25
$45 and $55 Suits Now $29.50 and $35
A Sale of the Season s Smartest Coats
Handsome Models $18, $25, and $40 Values
$10, $15, $19.95, and $25
Afternoon and Street Dresses
VI? $25. $10 and $15
$40 and $50 Afternoon and Evening
Dresses
$25 and $35
WO Models in Trimmed Winter Hats
home from Andover for the holidays.
In the home of the Secretary of Agri
culture there is every reason for a
very festive occasion, for the juniors
of the Houston family arc stilt of an
age to delight with all credulity in
the simple joys of Santa Md Christ
mas tree. Mrs. Houston is already
'aying deep and mysterious plan- for
the day and from now till Friday
there will be much excitement and
curiosity in the nursery of the Houston
home in P street.
Early this week Humphrey F. Red
field, son of the Secretary of Com
merce. i coming home from Amherst,
and the family of the Secretary is
looking forward to a day of old-fashioned
merrymaking. Xo definite plans
for dinner guests have been announc
ed as yet, but it is likely that there
will be a small dinner party to which
a few intimate friends will be invited.
At their home in T street the Wil
sons will spend a quiet day. Miss
Agnes ilson will be at homc.but her
three married brothers, who are living
in Pennsylvania, Mr. HurIi Wilson,
Mr. Adam Wilson, and Mr. Thomas
Wilson, will not he in Washington
this Christmas as they were last year.
The usual quiet family Christmas
dinner is planned at the home of the
Speaker in Massachusetts avenue, and
on this day, when the juniors of the
family arc always the guests of honor.
! Miss Genevieve and Mr. Bennett
Clark will be the centers of interest.
Xfiss Dorothea Owen and Miss
francisc Williams, two ot the win
ter's attractive debutantes, have insti
tuted a departure in the dress of those
who assist at afternoon functions.
CONTINrED OX PAGE TWO.
Delightful
Xmas Gifts
Elgin Watches
Fully guaranteed In every re
spect 20-year gold eases.
It you're going- to buy any kind
of watch for a Christmas gift come
to us. and .we'll save you money.
At $8.50, and up to $100, we have
lines of reliable timepieces. Every
price is the lowest you'll find.
A. L1SNER. HOURS, 9 to 6. G STREET.
Jewelry
Bought of the same firms who
supply the various jewelry shops,
and guaranteed by the dealers,
makers, and the Palais Royal.
Are these not all the assurances
you need ask?
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Vvf y
Suitably Boxed
Real Diamonds
Set in 14-Karat Gold and Pure Platinum
The Palais Royal method is to sell Diamond Rings not keep them. The jewelry store plan is to keep
them the year around. The Lavallieres. Finger Rings, and Scarfpins of real diamonds and other precious
stones are priced to sell them before Christmas. If not a judge yourself bring one who is and you will
then fully understand.
Lavallieres,
$16.50 to $41.98
At $16.56 is a i ombinatiun of
pearls and one diamond. At $11. 9S
is a dainty gold lavalliere. set with
three diamonds w sizes and bril
liancy tu irak" 4l.ts a bargain
price. At ihe many other prices are
equall) astonishing values.
PINS,
$11.00 to $21.00
The diamonds in thesa pins arc
of remarkable hrtlliancy; set in
infinite variety of new and at
tractive styles, assuring t satis
factory select i"n for "htm" or
for "her. '
Finger Rings,
$17.98 to $75.
The least expensive at $17.38 in
clude rinjrs with pearl renter. 5 rn
hies and - diamonds'. Also at I17.M
are i inn? with rlusten of Z sap
phire? ami l diamonds. At $7" are
rings with A diamond in renier and
i cluster ot 14 .-mailer diamonds.
Extra
$1.98
and
$2.98
14 -Karal Gold
lavallieres. set
with pearls
and chips of
real diamonds.
14-Karat Gold Lavallieres
Set with Real Diamonds and other Precious Stones.
At $16.50 is a dainty Lavalliere, a combination of pearls
and one diamond, set in 1 4-karat gold. At $41 .98 is a dainty
Gold Lavalliere. set with three diamonds of sizes and bril
liancy to make $41.98 a bargain price. At the many other
prices are equally astonishing values.
Snitably Boied Free
Free Initial Engraved
Extra
89c
Solid Gold
Cuff Links. Tie
Clasps. Signet
Scarfpins, 15
Inrh x e c k
Chains. Keauty
Pins, Bar Tins,
Etc
Street floor
center of store.
$3.00 Solid Gold Cuff Link. sot
with real chip CI QC
diamond JX.UO
$4.00 Solid Gold Birthstoae
Rings. Tiffany CO Kf
settings p.UV
Gold Coal
$3.50
$5.00 Men's Solid
Chains, plain and
engraved designs. . .
$2.00 Solid Gold Tii
Clasps
$1.50
Ji.OO Solid Gold Signet Rings.
tV::.OT $1.00
$5.90 Solid Gold Bracelets.
hand-engraved and ffO tif
plain designs 0.JV
J3.50 Solid Goiri Lavallieres.
with amethyst, rubv fi- on
and sapphire retting. T1,0"
$3.00 Baby Pins and Buttons,
with Chain. si 1 Qfi
Three In set JA.70
$l.o0 Solid Gold Ear Tins, plain
and engraved
designs
75c Child's Solid Gold
Set Rings
3c Solid Gold Beauty AAJk
Scarfpins,
$1.00
50t
Pins, two on card
Su.OO Solid Gold
with diamond, onyx
and pearl .-ttintt-. .
$3.50
Opera Glasses
The famous Lemaire Classes, in
leather cases. Samples worth $7.50
to $20.00 at $5.98 to $17.50. Street
Floor, Center of Store.
BAGS
Cold Mesh.
Gold iillt-d and seamless mesh,
guaranteed noi to tarnish or
break. $"..oo to $lu.uO tor usual
$:.".' to $15 bags.
$10 Watches, $5
The maker's samples of Cold
filled Watches, guaranteed 10 years.
For the youth's first watch what
better Christmas present?
Evening Hair Ornaments, $1.00 to $20.00
The display In the electric lighted showcase center of the tirst floor is alone worth coming to see A
Tiffany display it is with the exception that the gold, is not gold, the platinum is not platinum the dtamonda
B. j nc in ne ilhi in nie Huuu mini oy muauy in evening aress.
., rlnml.imh.r Uln.uil Dina ..111,... ..- . I. ilia Ul t . , ..
- are not diamonds
Crescent Combs of
studded with
Butterflies,
deml-amber
diamonds
S.-..03 te 10.00
works of art
ai.no and tz.oo
Hinged Pins, ablaxe with dia
monds (3JSO na to (13.00
Hair L'amls, fit for the diadem
of a queen si .oh to
Hair Bands of gold and pearls.
1.33 te SS.00
Braid Pins, ornamented with
diamonds and other precious
tones fues te 103
Jet Jewelry
The newest and largest collection
in Washington Is here, including
Combs, Braid Pins, and Bandeaux at
50c to $10.00. Chains to 51 Inches In
length at 50c to Jfi.00. Crosses.
Hearts, and Lockets. lie to $5.00.
PARISIAN
$1.00 to $5.00
Samp''!', one of a kind pieces
facsimiles of the most expensive.
"Oriental Pearls"
Facsimiles of the real, and Inde
structible. Superb specimens of
Oriental Pearl Necklaces are here
at $2.9$ to $10.00.
Inspection of these Necklaces la
urged by connoisseurs. On exhibi
tion on street floor, center of store.
The Palais Royal
Were $7.50 to $15
Now
$3.50
A. Lisner
- G Street.
SAKS Jewelry Co.
70S 7th St.

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