Newspaper Page Text
OrjWnNLSl) G???? PAIT fOCE.
?CoL and Mr?. Colin Powy? Cajnp bell bava arrlvad from England to ?tay with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leiter. Mra Campbell, wbo waa Mis? Nancy l-rlter. la Mr. Leiter'? ?later Mr. and Mra. Ladt??- hav? recently cam? to fbwlr toara hous? In Dupont Circi? from their country place on the Po tomac. lEVERAL VISITORS tiKau- rmoM jafa*?-. *? Here to plead for independence for her native land. Mis? Nodi? Kim. a prominent Korean (tri. la attract 1ns much ?ttention in Washington. N'odi? Kim's father waa on? of the first Korean? to be reached by the m ? as io nari es. and he and all hia family were Christians. Tb? Baroness Ishimoto, popular wife of a fame?-? Nipponese electrical en gineer, who won flrat prise at a ma.? rrcerade ball held on the "Siberia Mara" while en route to thi? coun try, la another vialtor almost due. The barone?;, and her husband are tree democrats and have many friends in this country. Baron Ishimoto is awaitlnc his wife In New Tork. where he now makes hi? headquarter?. Vice Admiral Sir David Beatty, of the British navy, will vlait Ihe I'nited State? soon, accordine to C?pt. Geof frey Blake, newly appointed naval attache to Great Britain'? Embassy ? t *tV?i*hin?ton. who arrived here early laat week. Lord Hardwteke. who arrived In New Tork about a week ago, can boast of a more Intimate knowledge of the United State? than any other member of tbe House of Lord?, so I've been told, for a? Charlie Torke he ?pent a number of year? working on railroad?, and e?peci?lly in the copper mines of Montana In th? latter he beoame adept as a timber man < and rock driller, and waa known as "No 12." to the manage ment. He loved to refer to this portion of his career, which follower?, all sorts of adventure? In the wilds of Australia, and on one occasion when Lloyd George before the war in; eriticuing tha attitude of the House of laord? claimed that its alleged Inability to comprehend the senti ment? and view? of th? masses waa because it comprised no ordinary sailors, railroad conductors or min ers laord Hardwlcke took exception to the remark, declaring that he himself had done manual labor as a working miner, first In Australia and then for a number of years ln the United State? before succeeding to the peerage. laord Hardwlcke waa originally In tended for the navy, hut instead was led by financial reasons to start out In lite aa a MM a year clerk In a Iaondon ?lock exchange firm. He quickly tired of the Job, and emigrated to Australia with the object of prospecting for gold. His description ot his life there, es pecially of his camel ride from the coast to the gold fields; of his adven ?tures with the aborigine? and bush rangers are even more entertaining ? than hia subsequent experiences as a S2 a day ganger on railroad construc tion work In the Western States of America. i laord Hardwlcke succeeded his father ! as eighth earl ten years ago. and haa ??been married since 1111 to a New Zeal and heiress, a daughter of the late James Russell, of Auckland, by whom he has a daughter. In default of male issue the earldom will at his death go to his brother. Capt. the Hon. Al fred Torke. of the Grenadier Guard?. whose marriage to the former Gladys Dunlop Best ws? sundered by a di vorce last year. He has a ?on now 13 years of age. LABOR < riNI'l Kl M 1 BRINGS PEOPLE HERE. The International Labor Conference to be tfpened here tomorrow has brought a number of interesting peo ple to the Capital from all over the globe. One outstanding figure I? the beautiful wife of H. B. Butler, secre tary of the organisation committee of the conference. He and hi? wife came considerably in advance of the con ference to arrange for it? anting? un der the auspices of the ? league of nations. Practically all of th* finance min isters of th? countrte? of Central and South America hav? accepted th* in vitation extended by President Wilton through tha Department of Stata to particip?t* In th* aecond Pan Amer ican financial congres? which will b* held ln Washington January U to IT. and I? sure to be th* occasion of ?om? official entertaining. Announcement to thia effect waa made yesterday by Carter Glass. Sec retary of the Treasury. Tb? Secretary will alao Invite a number of financial' and industrial leaders of th? United State? to particip?t? in the congres?. While they will not be official repre sentativa? In the ?ente that the dele gate? from Latin America will qualify under this designation, they will be stked to ?erve on the conference com mittees, one ?if which will be assigned to each of the countries participating "Where will thi? eras* for cutting one's hair off end?" That waa the ?vuestton asked me the other day by a prominent dowager at White Sulphur. She had Just come from luncheon, where she en countered great numbers of matrons and debutantes whose locks had been ? "bobbed" in the manner made famous ?hy the former Mrs. Vernon Castle, land In plain words this dowager was ?shocked, nonplussed and dismayed! | The Idea or mothers and daughters ?clipping off their beautiful tresses con stituted a fad that waa beyond her I comprehension, and ?he declared vehe mently that "half of aociety haa gone 'stark mad." Of course, such an assertion is far 'from correct. She was, perhaps, a bit 'upset when she uttered those word?, ?but. after all It doea seem silly to dis pense with one's hair Just to be In [fashion, doesn't HT And?strange to relate?it is not ! only the blsarre set In society in which "bobbed" hair is popular: a* indeed, quite a few of the m v.% conservative debutantes have >uO ? mitted to the sheer? in order I J ? have the much desired "Castle cut. ? THK ROBBED HEADS I II ?? ?\C?TEMEVI'. This Idea of clipping one's hair hat. ln some caaes, narrowly avoid ed having serious consequences. One case I heard of is that of a popular married woman, who Is the oldest daughter of one of the mightiest dSwager? In New York society. The 4-0*fTI!sTIH> ON PAGE BIS. By This Mark Shall You Identify VICTROLAS AND RECORDS We handle only those musical instruments bearing this mark? it is the tratde-mark of products of the Victor Talking Machine Co. Style X?Pactare*. Below Other Models $25 to $300 $ 110 .00 Convenient T??rn_s of Payi-ne*nt Can Be Arran*-;ed In this time of an unparelled shortage of Victrolas ? we con siaer ourselves extremely fortunate tc* be able to offer IMMEDIATE DELIVERY on this very popular Vktrola model -^irthermore we urge immediate purchase, if you contemplate buying a Vic trola. ALL RED SEAL RECORDS _P?awtiaVf. tmmaUUssSmm^slUissS:. T\t\tTsm?mUl. ??????. Seattl, _t_aat? aad mC** ad?rt? Y\riur mrUmi? rTr_ni-r*r.7 prt-r-wd up te 18.) (lOin.) *\1Q (12 m.) *\?Q Oft the saeajt R-wwtt? fr.??? Tear- Tart trae star.ter-Ca? VKTOR tuvomiM. ANSELL, BISHOP & TURNER, Inc. (??IL.?a? rOBB? A HI I.HFJ.I 1221 F Street: N. W., _ "Do Your Victor Shopping Here" Where More Folk? Arm Buying Eotrry Day afka's FOR WHC? ??/?- fiatyrt JK3R-. ?? ?^???3????.. _S_t? A Special Purchase and Sale of SUITS At -49 .50 Values Up to $65 A Lot of. the Most ?-????* Set. to SeJeet From is a. ?di-light from Suits of Vi-loor, ,S?}?>**ertone, Check, Men's Wear? Serge, ?eviots and Mannish Suitings. Colors include navy, buff, concord, smoke, brick, taupe and brown. , The number is limited, so come early. *tV A* 5ttoses f Soits 7 ait? T?levfcittb Sis. FoTtittur? Cot pets Linens Upholstery Special Showing of the Newest Patterns and Styles in Pure Linen Table Cloths and Napkins. Large Direct Importa tionsr Make This Possible. sUOTNOl IjOT NO. 2 ?JOT NO. Hlearhed Par? Linen Tablecloth? tulip, chrysanthemum, bridal wreath, key designe. Heavy pure Unan. Clothe. 2 x2 yards. Special.. . Clothe, 2 z2Vi yards. Specif?]... Cloths, 2?4?2-4 y-svrds. Special... Cloth?. 2*4x2 Vi yards Special... Napkin? to match, 22x22 inch?*? and Napkin?: vine, fern aad .?14.00 each .S17J.0 isach ?17JV0 tmett .?It.? each .?14.75 down ? Facts About Our Wool Blanket? Our Woolen Blankets are made of new wool, not reworked or reclaimed mixed wool? and are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. $?x78 inches 111. OO pair 60x80 inches filJU), ?12JV0, ?12.7.-., ?13 3? pair 60x84 inches ?IS ?*vO pair 70xS2 Inch??? ?IS LiV ??? OO. ?I7.2.V ?SO.OO patr 70x84 inchea ?1?, ?IA. ?1?, $21.50, ?84 pair 78x90 inches ?1**.2S pair ? 80x90 Inches ?22.00. Ml OO pair Strictly ?ill Pure Wool White Blankets. ?0x84 inchea flS.SO. ?24.00 aad ?2.1.00 pair 60x?0 inchea ?2?.??. ?81.00 pair 72x84 i ne he?, ?22.00, ?27 AO pair 72x90 Inch?? ?87?0 pair 80x90 Inches ?faS.OO. 8*??? and S40J>0 pair Fancy Colored Plain Wool (mixed cotton warp) Blankets. ? 66x80 inchea ?98.00 pair ?8x80 Inch?? ?10.00 pair 60x80 inches ?12.00 pair 70x80 inch?? ?14.28 pair 72x84 inches ?17?? pair Fancy Colored All Pure Wool Plaid Blanket?. 72x84 Inches ?22.00 and ?2,->.?? pair Wool Gray BlankeU (cotton warp) colored border?. ?6x80 Inches ?11?? pair 70x80 inches ?14?? and ???.?? pair 72x84 inche? ?17.80. pair Art Needlework Salon Display of hand-embroidered model gowns, combinations, bloomers, camisoles, infants' and children's dresses, kimonos, fancy scarfs, runners, bedspreads, shams, scarf?, centerpieces, etc. Stamped ?articles of above at special prices with necessary silk and embroidery cottons to execute the designs. *? Special values in stamped p?lowca??, Turkish and linen hack towels, fudge aprons, card table covers, in new design?. Drapery Dept. Plain Drapery Fabric? 32-inch Sunfast Madras, fall line of colors. $1.15 yard. 36-inch Poplin, fine quality, in all the ?col ors required for drapery purposes, 75c and 90c yard. 50-inch Sunfast Madras, all colors, $2 yard. 50-inch,Repp, S1.35, $1.75 and $2.00 yard. 50-mch Sunfast Repp, $3.75 yard. Drapery Net? Plain Filet, small, neat figure or all-over flower design nets for curtains. These are 36 to 45 inches wide and moderately priced at from 30c yard np to $2.00. 90-inch Panel Lace for curtain purposes. These laces are 2V-. yard.?? wide and can be cut as desired for various sized windows. $3.50 to $6.50 yard. Sunfast Fabric? Notwithstanding the scarcity of these ma terials we are showing a splendid assortment of sunfast fabrics in plain, figured ?and striped effects. These are self-toned or in vari colored designs and are very moderately priced. Lace Curtain? .All your needs in this direction ?are amply provided for by our extensive stocks. All the better domestic ?styles ?are here ?and the imported curtains were never so well repre sented. Curtains are priced from $1.50 ap to $50.00 pair. Couch Cover? Striped Tapestry Couch Covers, reversible, at $4.00, $5.00 ?and $6.00 each. Heavy Tapestry Couch Covers, oriental de signs and colorings, $9.00 and $11.00 each. Velvet Couch Covers, plain with band bor der or in all-over oriental designs. $15.00, $21.50, and $24.00 each. Lamp Dept. Antique Gold Floor Lamps, burnished ?old relief, fluted column, 2-light fixture?. ?17.50 each. Antique Gold Chair Lamp, polychrome base, finely deco rated. ?22?? earJl. Real Mahogany Floor Lamp?, finely hand carved. ?25. ?28J*5 and ?30.50 each. Mahogany Table Lamp, hand rarved. 2-Ught fixture. ?8. ?11 and 918.50 each. Mahogany Table Lamps, hand decorated in color?, 2-Iight fixture. ?14 and ?17?? each. Splendid, aacortment of silk and parchment ?hade? In all col ors. Some especially attractive one? are in combinations of ?ilk with velvet and damask. All are moderately priced. Floral Lare. Aecenthue. Thistle, Bean Ideal and Tulip. Cloth?. 2 x2 yards. Sp?cial.?15.2? Cloths, 2 x2H yard?. Special.?1?.?? Cloths, 2 il yard?. Special.?2S.00 Napkins to match, 22x22 inche?-916.96 Napkin? to match, 21x21 inches_92100 Bdce. Madeira Hand-Embroidered Pffloweaae? and Pillow. 12x1? and 14xl< Inches. Vain?? np to $12 00 for esteti and 98JVO act. ? Madeira Scalloped Edge, eyelet embi-oldered pore linen huek towel?. Guest ?tse. Value? np to $3 for ?2.25 each. ?uto Ru?? and Steamer Rngs of all-wool, re versible, plain aad plaid effects. Practically weather proof. 68x80 inche?. Special, 918.50 e?>ch. Silk, Satin. Sateen and Slikallne Covered Com fort-?. Wool and cotton lined. Pull'sises ln pretty colors and designs. The fact that theae ware car ried over from laat year means a saving of 25 per cent to 35 per cent from today's retail value. Tour choice of any comfort ln stock. (Some are slightly soiled). Lees 15 per cent from last year's price. 96% to SO? Iaea? Thaa Table Cover?, round, wtth eyetat embroidery. ??t*\ 14-lneh diameter. Value? op to ItT.te. Tm ?991.7& 45-tnch diameter. Value? up to 130.???. Fer 917*5? 3(-Inch diameter Value? up to tt?.??. For ?l*?-00 Centerpieeea. ronnd. beautiful deaigna 24. 27 and 2? inches diameter. Values up to MM.' For ?5.00 each 12 aad 24 inches diameter. Vaines up to ?5.0? For 98-50 each II aad 22 inches diameter. Valsea op to ?4 7?. For ?2.75 emrtt Tea Napkins, Plain Rose. ?fcali?*?r-ad and Eyetet, Corners. Value? from tlO to 121 for 98~2K to 915.00 aamm Tea Set? of It pieces?1 center and two siile dolile*. Values from ?14 to 130 for ?10JK> to ?sn.75 ?*-* Fancy Scalloped Edge Embroidered Scarfs, to inches wide by 2?, 45. ?4. (3 aad 71 inchea lone. Values up to II?. For..??.?? 18x41 and 18xS4 Inches. Values up to I?. For ??.75 etveh Bedspreads Another aenaational sale of bedspreads. Thi? lot Includes White Satin and Marseille* Spread? lit. sisas 72x90. 80x50. 82x92 and 8ExM inchna. hemmed eads; 72x90 and 80x90 lachea, scalloped edge; cut-out corner for 3-foot Mnch beds. 85x91 Inches, scalloped edge, rut-out corn-?* for 4-foot (-inch beds 72 spreads In the lot of assorted aires ss above. Regular retail values up to ?9 Tour choice, S5-O0. No phone orders. Ail sales final. Handkerchief Department English colored print women's Hem stitched Handkerchiefs; newest foreign designs ?ind colors. Specie, 25c each. Women's Hemat?tched Pure Linen Hand Embroidered Sheer Handker chiefs ; also narrow lace edge. Special, 39c each. Misses' Embroidered Initial Handker chiefs, specially boxed for school ; neat hem stitch. Special, two for 2lvc Government and office em ployes will be given individual attention by Hiss Warner daily, 4 to 5:45. Many exclo fove designi- are beine* shown by her ?and you can work oat yonr own ideas from ht-r in structions with "GOOD SHEPHERD" OR "ANGO FLEECE YARNS." Carpets and Rugs On account of the prevailing high prices our best efforts have been put forth to secure for you the most value for the least expendi ture of money. To this end our purchases were made early and at very advantageous prices. Wilton Rug? You will find in this stock a complete se lection of designs, sizes and colorings, priced ?as low as such high-grade floor coverings can be priced. Some novel effects you'll find here that are not found in the average stock. The sizes range from 22*^x36 inches to 1114x15 feet. Prices from $7.25 to $210. Plain Color Carpet? Every desirable shade is repre sented in this big stock and such use ful widths as 27, 36 and 54 inches and 9, 12 and 15 feet. Stsiir runners to match in many of the qualities. Prices start as low as $L85. Linoleums A very good linoleum where only moderate wear is expected at 95e per yard. Inlaid qualities in attractive designs and colorings at prices interostingly low. Plain color linoleums. Brown, green and terra cotta in stock in Urge quantities for stores, offices, apart ments, etc. You should have our estimate on these plain goods before placing your order. ? Plain Color Rag? In all the popular colorings, such aa blue, green, rose, lavender, mulberry, taupe, pink and tan. The variety of qualities and ?-on ???**?, o ently prices you'll find especially intertst?ng. The ??-izes run from 18x36 inches to 12x18 feet. Prices from $3.25 to $183. Axminster and Velvet Rugs Both very ex**4-rllent qualities sX moderate prices and are offered in a very liberal assort ment of all-over and medallion ?*?<-?*? gw* and interesting color combinations. All size? from 27x?54 inches to 11*4x15 feet. Prices from $4-25 to $110. The popular 9x12 ?ize at $45, $50, $52, $55 ?ud $60. ^ Odd Pieces of Furniture Leftover From Our September Sale Ivory Dresser. $34. Ivory rhiffonier to match, $31. Ivory Full-size Bed, $31. Ivory Four-poster Single Bed, $34. Three-piece Gray and White Stripe Bed room Suite, consisting of Dresser, Chiffonier and full-size Bed, $84.50. Three-piece White Enamel Bedroom ?Suite, with green stripe, consisting of Dresser, Chiffonier, full-size Bed, $84.50. One Pair Fine Antique Ivory Twin Beds. Regular price, $121 each. Special. $90 each. American Walnut Dresser, $50. American Walnut Chifforobe to match, ?ISO American Walnut, full-size Bed to match, $46. Mahogany Full-size Bed. Regular price, $100. Special price, $87.50. Mahogany Single Bed. Regular price, ?$75. Special price, $50. Mahogany Dresser, Queen Anne design. Regular price, $157. Special price, $124. One Pair Fine Mahogany Single Beds. Regular price, each, $107. Special price, $84. Chiffonier to match. Regular prit-?, $115. Special price, $90. Mahogany-finish Dining Room Chair, with genuine leather slip seat, $7.50. aVrmchair to match, $10. Fin? ?Solid Mahogany B-jokraac. Be-fiiter price, $83. ?Special price, $60. Fine ?Solid Mahogany Book?t***M. Begvlar price, $96. Special price, $80. Solid Mahogany Bookeaae. Regrdaf-ptke, $88. Special price, $65. Mahogany China Case. Regular price, .$96. Special price? $75. Mahogany China Case. Regular price, $109. Special price, $82. Threc--piccc Solid Mahogany Dimn-g-Bnom Suite, s-onsisting of Buffet, China Case, and Side Table. Special, $175. Yonr atttfflj^Liont-iax-alj?^ Special Order Department for the m-ddng ?of fine upholstered fnrnitare. Y?oar tatfi vidual idea? a? to style and in OMO?m and workmanship will be carried oat? The cost considering the expert work manship is frarprisingly smalL r.