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Part 2?8 Pages WASHINGTON, D. C., SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2(5, 1916.
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District D. A. K.?An invitation lias
been extended to the D. O. L> A. R.,
through its state recent, Mrs. (Jains M.
Brumbaugh, to attend the service al
the First Presbyterian Church, in John
Marshall place. Thanksgiving day at
11 o'clock, at which time the Rev. Dr.
John Brittan Clark will -deliver an address
on "American Watch fires."
Montgomery County F. C.?The
Woman*.* Club of Chevy Cha.*e met
November 15 with Mrs. Mikkelson. An
address on "American Humorists" was
given by Miss Annie Wilson.
i Mr numr inirrrni ' in? "? r <m r??
(;irn met November lf? at tlie home of
Mrs. J. I". Hurket of Linden. Dr. Byrd.
president of the Social Service League,
told of the work of the league and
spoke especially of the need for a colored
tuberculosis hospital. Great interest
was aroused, and after the meet- j
ing a number of the members joined j
the league. The next meeting of the I
club has been changed to November !!!>, i
and will be held at the home of Mrs. :
K. W. Koch of Wood side. Miss Jo- !
sephine Rich of Washington will speak
on "Vital Statistics."
The W oman's Club of Itockville met |
November IT. with Mrs. Otho Talbott J
and Miss Choate as hostesses. Mrs. I
Duncan Bradley read a paper on J
"Washington, the Capital." A solo 4
was rendered by Miss Choate. The club I'
has offered a prize for the best essay j4
on "Achievements of America." to be ]
prepared by a pupil of the Montgomery '
County High School.
The >fWTomh Club of Ilethewria met
November 17 at the home of Mrs. 1
George Hane in Alta Vista, with Miss 1
Florence Miller in the chair. A paper '
on the "Romance of Nome" was read
by Mrs. Walter A. Perry. Reports from
the semi-annual meeting of the state
federation in KrcrlcricU were vin >.v
Mrs. Jed Gittings and others who were
in attendance.
The Woman** Club of lla?v*onville
was given a complimentary meeting by
Mrs. Smith Allnutt November 14. Mrs.
Gott in the chair. Current topics were
discussed by Miss Fannie Allnutt. humorous
selections by Mrs. 1". I?. Nourse,
"A Letter of Travel," by Miss Nellie
Allnutt; readings, by Mrs. Lawrence
Darby, Mrs. Joe Darby and Mrs. James
Gott.
The Woman's Club of Bethewda met
November 14, with Mrs. C. S. Robb in
Kdgemoor. Miss Julia Lathrop of the
children's bureau gave a talk in favor .
of woman's suffrage. Mrs. Talbott, executive
secretary of the Association
Opposed to Woman's Suffrage, followed J
with a speech against equal suffrage.
Then each speaker replied to the other
in a ten-minute talk, and members of 1
the club were given a chance to ask
questions. Among the guests were Mrs. 1
C. Griscom Randall, Mrs. Stevens. Mrs.
Lewis. Mrs. Briggs. Mrs. Lukei. Mrs. J.
Maury Dove and Mrs. A. B. Barber. The
club will meet November 28. with Mrs.
James C. Adkins.
Janet Montgomery Chapter. D. A. R..
met recently at the Montgomery County
Club house, Rockville. Md.. with Mrs.
E. L. Bullard as hostess.
Mrs. J. Frank Wilson, regent, presid- ;
ed and there was a good attendance. \
Much interest was evinced in the contemplated
work of the chapter, and it
was decided to mark the site of the |i
old "Chapel of Ease," near Rockville, i ,
in the near future.
A plea was presented for funds for
placing the Maryland panel in the Val- \
ley Forge memorial, the Marvland state
board having pledged itself for the
necessary amount. Twenty dollars was ,
subscribed by members of the chapter.
The D. A. R. is anxious that Maryland
be represented in this memorial, it
being one of the thirteen original
states.
Miss Virginia Wilson read a paper on
"The Flag." The next meeting will be
held December 12 with Mrs. Eewis
Jackson, 3327 O street northwest.
The John Hall Chapter. D. A. H.. held !
its first meeting of the season recently
at the home of the vice regent, Mrs.
William Gatchell. The business meeting
was preceeded by a brief memorial
in honor of Mrs. E. II. Thomas, who
was for five years the treasure!- of the
chapter, and who passed away since the
last session. I
The regent. Miss Ethelwyn K. Hall, i
gave a report of work accomplished ;
since May, which included the dedica- J <
tion of'the fence errected by the chap- j
ter around No. 5 n. w. milestone. Oc- j
tober 1. This milestone is located I
near the Girls' Reform School and the |
American University. The chapter has j
contributed substantially to patriotic I
work this year, including $21.25 for !
Belgian relief work.
Alternates for the next continental ,
congress were elected. The chapter
voted to take part in a reception to be
given for the state officers in December.
After the close of the business meeting
the members gave brief accounts of
their summer outings and a musical
program was rendered by Miss William
Gatchell. During the social hour re- i
freshments were served by the hostess i
and her daughters
Continental Chapter, U. A. K.. held its
second annual meeting Monday afternoon
at the Hotel Raleigh. The regent,
Miss Dillian Chenowith, presided. The '
session was of a business nature arid
year books were distributed. Among
the guests were two non-resident members:
Mrs Colrnan and Miss t'omlcy,
also Miss Wier of this city.
-?
The Arjcjl. Klud) Club m?-l .Monday
at the home of Mrs. J. W. Jacobs, 4'.?l.*>
13th street, Mrs. S. S. Carpenter, vice
president, presiding. Kach member responded
to roll call with the current t
event topic, which had been assigned
to her for the year. After an open discussion
on the status of trade relations*
between North arid South America, let-;
ters were read from the club's presi- 1
U- / l> v.- = -
South America Th follow''
were read: "Trade Opportunities." Mrs.
Reavis: "South America." a summary
by Mrs. Morgan and Mrs Carpenter.
Refreshments were served The club
will meet December 4 with Mrs Keener, ,
1314 Kmerson street northwest.
I.a Fayette Post. ISO, >iad its in- j
apection by Itepartriient Commard"'
Hontoon and staff recently, at 'Irani!
Army Hall. Address-s were made by
the department commander, Past Commander
Butler Goodheart and I?r Wi'son.
Suoper was served b\ Past Commander
Samuel Brisker and Mrs. Briefer.
who wer?- in charge of the entertainment
The Kxrrlalvr l.itrrnry Club rr.*-t
Tuesday afternoon at the home <*f Mrs.
J. L. McCreery and Miss McCr?cry. Mrs.
Grace M. I>aish. pr?-sid<-nt. presided,
with Mrs. J M Holmes. s-cr? tar\ pro- j
tern. A paper. "Th- King Weds." by J
Mrs Henry Baker, told of the romance '
of James V t-f Scotland and Magdalen,!
daughter of Francis 1 of France. M*s. j
Clyde Aitcheson -.f Oregon sang two
songs Pieces of th - ribbon whi? h had j
decorated the spade used in planting i
the federation oak tree at Mount Ver- j
non were offered for sale by Mrs. ;
Addie W. Foster and the proceeds added j
to the flower fund. Sympathy was ex- !
pressed for the corresponding secre- j
tary in her recent bereavement. th?- ;
death of her husband. Capt. Martin |
Barringer. Mrs. Kllis Logan was a
guest. Refreshments were served.
The Glrla' Civic Club at a recent
meeting held at Northeast Domestic!
Science School planned for a Thanks- j
giving party to be given to the ehii- '
dren of Friendship House.
The Capitol Hill History Club met
Wednesday, at the home of Mrs. Dague,
ng the (
with twenty-seven members present.
AH < ommittees reported and business
finished to date. Mrs. Court F. Wood
spoke of the work of the District Federated
Club, of which she is president.
Mrs. Fisher's paper concerned "Development
of States. 1807-1817*'; one by
Mrs. Jones treated of the "Louisanna
and Alaska Purchases." and Mrs. Whaley
gave a sketch of Commodore Perry.
Mrs. Monroe of Chattanooga, Tenn., and
Miss Scott were guests. Mrs. Powell
and Mrs. Korke assisted the hostess in
serving refreshments. '1 he club will
meet December 12. with Mrs. Jones.
The Cardinal Pleasure Club met last
Sunday at the home of Miss I>. Gratz,
17o Pennsylvania avenue northwest. S.
Hirshman presiding. I. Troup introduced
a resolution expressing sorrow
for the death of Miss Alice Schiller, a
club member, which was unanimously
passed and a copy of the resolution ordered
sent to the parents of Miss
Schiller. The meeting adjourned early
in tribute to the memory of the deceased
member.
Princeton Chapter. Y. AV. C. A., met j
Msvn.l.. .. f- .. !>*> r?f Mrs
Bra 11. si'u Varnum street, with the |
president. Mrs. J. A. Boyd, in the ch;iir.
Committees were appointed to arrange
tor* an oyster supper, which the chapter
will give in December.
The lion lit Pleasant Y. P. Branch of
the \V. ('. T. I . met recently at the j
home of Miss Mabel Reiss. The presi- I
lent. Miss Helen Kdger, preside^ Work I
of the past month was repor*d and I
liscussed. The date of the meeting was j
?hanged to the first instead of the I
second Tuesdty of the month. Miss j
Helen Farrington read a paper on the
tnalysis of cider, and Mrs. T. A. Williams
gave a parliamentary drill. The
next meeting will be at 1.100 R street [
northwest, with Miss Alta Heap. Miss
'ora Lusby and Mr. Hammer were visi- j
tors. Refreshments were served. j
The District C'ongrea* of Mothers and |
Parent Teacher AHaociationa met Tuesday
afternoon at the Raleigh Hotel.
After the reports of committees and of j
various delegates from affiliated clubs
and the balance <?f the routine business
was concluded. Dr. J. B. Norris of the
local board of health talked on "Infant
Welfare" ana expi<vn**<? uvw mc ?v?igress
could aid children through helping
the board carry out its plans.
Under ways by which the organization
can co-operate. I>r. Norris urged
that it work for the passage of a bill
through Congress requiring reports of
all births within twenty-four hours,
also the passage of a milk law for
the establishment of milk standards,
through which will come reduction of
the death rate from tuberculosis. Another
idea was the establishment of
"Live a Little Longer" clubs. "How
Maryland Women Secured the Widow
Mothers' Pension Law." was explained
in a talk by Mrs. Azro Cory of Takoma
Park. Mrs. Court F. Wood, president
of the District of Columbia Federa- 4
tion of Women's Clubs, spoke of the
campaign the federation is conducting
for the improvement in moving pictures.
Miss Flora Hendley spoke on
the proposed teachers' retirement bill.
Thirty hostesses have already volunteered
for the card party to be given
tomorrow afternoon for the benefit of
the congress.
Tlie IrlKh HlMory Study C.'Iub met
Wednesday evening at the home of
Miss Downing. 1155 4th street northeast.
Rev. Father James A. Geary of
Catholic Fniverslty, moderator of the
club, read a paper on the "Gaelic
League and the Sinn Fein Society."
The paper was preliminary to one read
by John Murtagh of the Catholic University
on "The Men Who Gave l.?p Their
Lives During, - iiaster Week. 1916.."
luests of the evening were Revs.
Fathers William P. O'Connor, Jerome
B. O'Regan. Charles I. Carrick and
Stephen McGarvey of Johnstown, Pa. f
"X* 5 cts cthol ?.n_ j
tertained with songs, Miss Dunn and
Miss Collins Rave piano solos of Irish
selections and Miss Eileen Fitzgerald
played violin numbers, accompanied by
her sister. Miss Mary Fitzgerald. The
meeting closed with the singing of
"The Star Spangled Banner" by the
L*lub. The next meeting will be held
December 18. with Miss Mary Moore. |
1742 North Capitol street.
The Washington Auxiliary of the j
National Indian Association held a I
bazaar and tea at the New Willard j
Wednesday afternoon and evening fori
the benefit of the Navajo Hospital at j
Indian Wells. Ariz. In the afternoon i
Mrs. Cato Sells and Mrs. Samuel M. j
Brosius presided at the tea table and a
musical program was rendered in the
evening. Those taking part, were Mrs. j
Ellen M. Shreve. Mrs. Theodore Curi- j
ningham. Miss Margaret Wright and |
Mrs. S. M. Anderson. Navajo rugs, i
Indian beadwork. silver curios and |
Navajo and Hope baskets were for |
sale, in charge of Miss Alice Craig-j
head and Miss Blanche Baker. The i
fancy work table was in charge of
Mrs. Edgar B. Merit t; candy table.
Mrs. J. W. Spencer: mystery table, Mrs.
J. W. Fulton; fortune teller. Miss F.
Wilbur. Others assisting during the
afternoon and evening were Mrs. John
W. Thompson, president of the society; i
Mrs. Curtis Hoppiri, Mrs. Hamilton!
Dirnick. Mrs. Emmet Hamilton, Mrs.
J. Turlay and Mrs. F. Hamersley.
The Potomac Literary Club met !
Tuesday evening at .722 6th street j
northwest, H. M. Fulton presiding. Mrs. I
M. IJ. Hazard, Mrs. W. K. Dove and
Mrs. Elmer II. Roberts were elected to I
membership, arid Dr. D. S. Lamb to
hnnontrv rncm bcrsh i i? in the club 4
committee was named to draft resolutions
of sympathy for the death of a
member. Mrs. Sylvania A. Hoadley.
Judge Edward IV Seeds entertained
with a talk on the subject of "My
Hobbies." He showed that his hobby
was his bar k yard and that the results
of labor incident to the growing of
flowers, etc.. were productive of praise
from passersby. but it rarely ever happens
that praise is bestowed upon a
person for labor expended on office
work. He also stated that to his mind
growing plants are just as much of
a miracle as was the raising of Lazarus
or the resurrection of t'hrist. F. H.
Hoadley suggested a rising vote of
thanks to Judge Seeds. Mrs. It. H.
Kempton sang "Twilight," by Warren,
and 'Thoughts Have Wings." bv Liza
Lehman, accompanied by Miss Lvdia
Keefer. Miss Virginia Hay ley gave
readings. "Blood Will Tell" and "Shoo
Fly." Miss Oeorgia Bed way recited
her own selection. "Suffragists and I)e
New f)ecumhent." Mrs. Otis Sweet sang
"For Love's Sweet Sake," by Wood, and
I'on.e Out. Mr. Sunshine." by Bliss,
tefreshrnents were served.
< apitol ? hnpter. I). A. It., met Tueslay
night at the home of the secrer>.
Miss Olea M. Wood. 1712 Corco:u:
street The chapter unanimously
ri dors?-#j .Mrs. .u. mumoaugn ior
-'ate regent and Miss Mary K. Wilcox
for stat#* vie* resent at the next election.
The feature of the evening was
t paper on the "Origin ??f Thanksgiving."
hy the chaplain. Mrs. Henry H.
Itanck. Refreshments and a social
hour followed.
Independence Hell Chapter. I>. A. H..
met Wednesday evening at the home of
Mrs. Samuel Burleigh Milton. 17.",3 ISth
street. Mrs Henry Churchill Cook, the
regent, presided and announced an invitation
for the chapter to attend a
reception December X, in honor of the
state regent. Mrs. Cathrine itrumbaugh.
when Mrs. Cook is to present Mrs.
Brumbaugh with tlie state official pin.
The chapter contributed $10 to the
Continental Ilall debt and money for
one foot of ground. Mrs. Velma Barber.
regent of Columbia Chapter and
head officer of historic spots and records.
spoke on that subject and was
given a rising vote of thanks. Mrs.
Helen Nelson I?oocy, historian, gave a
talk on "Kec-oughtan and Its History
and Harrlpton Roads," arid recited "A
Tribute to Our Flag." Miss Marshall
Brooke sang "A Perfect Hay," accompanied
by Mrs. Bowden at the piano and
Mrs. Miltog^ the banjo. The two l&t?
Clubs
|
ter also pave two instrumental solos !
on banjo and piano and Mrs. Milton '
sang, accompanying herself on the i
guitar. Mrs. James A. Whitney gave
greetings from West Virginia. Other;
guests were Mrs. X. M. J'erkins and j
Mrs. Jlerndon of Martha Washington j
Chapter. I). A. R. Miss Brooke pre- :
sided at the punch bowl and Mrs. Bowden
served ices.
The Manor IloiiNe Chapter, I). A. R-.
recently met for the first time this
season at the residence of the regent,
Mrs. Sarah E. Van Deusen, 22i>7 M
street. Newly elected officers of the j
chapter for the year were announced, j
as follows: Mrs. S. E. Van Deusen,
regent; Mrs. Isabella Fallen Smith, vice!
I regent; Miss Mary Chandler, record-j
| ing secretary; Miss Louise Hull, cor-I
responding secretary; Miss Jennie 11.1
1 Dwight. treasurer: Mrs. William War
wick Stuart, registrar; Miss Ella JL. i
Sheldon, historian. Annual reports]
I were read and approved and plans for.
i the work of the coming year formu- ;
lated and discussed.
j The Northwest ft ranch of the W. ('.
i T. I . met recently at W. <\ T. I". head- j
| quarters. The new president, I)r. Do- j
I retta Kress, presided and two new i
i members were received?Mrs. Tenney
I and Mrs. Lockwood. A short musical
' program was rendered by Mrs. Burton
and Miss Burgess. The meeting was
i followed by a reception given by the
retiring president, Mrs. Hull, to I>r.
Kress, after which refreshments were j
served.
The Anthony League.?The activities
of the league have been through
j its committtees during the last week, i
i Mrs. Charles Fitts, chairman of the I
I committee working for the Florence.
Crittenton Home, presided over an entertainment
at the Paul Institute
I Thursday evening, when Mrs. Frank
J L. Gardner of State College, Pa., enter|
tained with several stories and Fraulein
Frommel and Mrs. Margaret
Sperry contributed musical numbers.
I The league will meet Tuesday after!
noons at the home of the president.
12007 Columbia road, beginning Decern i
her 5, from 3 to 6 o'clock. Arthur E.
; Holder, chairman of the legislative
i committee of the American Federation
J of Labor, will be the speaker at the
monthly meeting Thursday evening,
December 7. Members and friends of
the leatfllf rc- nrtro/l t.-, -'1 I
that ran be spared from wardrobes and
I housekeeping- supplies to the rummage
sale to be held shortly under the supervision
of Miss Mary O'Toole for
the benefit of the suffrage committee.
Mrs. Nanette B. Paul is conducting a
course in parliamentary law at the Wilson
Normal Community Center, which
is open to all members of the league
and their friends.
The White Ho?e Pleasure Club gave
its first dance and minstrel show Tues-j
day evening at Pythian Temple. The j
members who took part in the show i
were Frederick Money, John I>oolan.|
John Wiley, Leo Mellon, Calvin c. Mar- j
tin, Charles Tippett, George Murphy, |
Edward Brown. Joe Harding, A. I. j
Campbell. Elmer Tippett. John "W. |
Schott, Ben Stein, II. Driesonstock, El-I
wood McNelly, Elmer Doolan, Milton j
Clark, James Mulvihil!, Joseph Bon-i
brest, Maurice B. Rosenfeld. together!
with William Sanderson, William Haw- j
kins and Joe Boyle as interlocutor. j
Brent Home and School Association.? !
There was a large attendance at the!
recent meeting of the club. In an ad-j
dress given by Rev. John Van Schaik,
jr., some of his remarks in regard to j
thrift were especially appreciated, j
Short talks were also given on subjects
of interest to the club: "Gas for Our!
Building," "A New Assembly Hall" and :
"Free Text Books for High School i
Pupils," by Mrs, Watts. Mrs. Banttstn '
ana Mrs. Martsch, members of the club, j
Vocal solos were rendered by Miss'
Elizabeth jLeckie and a duet <?f piano ;
and violin by Miss Koretta Marks and j
Master Kenneth MacAuliffe of the
eighth grade. Several visitors from
other clubs were welcomed by Hrent
members. Refreshments were served.
Montlcello < hapter, 1>. A. II.?A large
attendance of members and friends of
the chapter met Tuesday evening at
the home of the recording secretary,
Mrs. James P. Hart.
The usual patriotic exercises were
conducted by the regent, Mrs. Hansmann.
Two new members were welcomed, j
Miss Alva Wood and Miss Clara Bark- ;
ley, the latter giving a musical pro- i
gram.
Monticello Chapter strongly indorses'
the candidacy of Mrs. Guernsey for J
president general at the coining con- >
vention of the Continental Congress.!
Mrs. Guernsey, being out of the city,
sent a letter of greeting.
The treasurer, Mrs. Kirk, was cordially
welcomed after an absence from j
illness. She reported the treasury to |
he in a satisfactory condition.
Mrs. Hammond, historian, presented |
to the chapter a copy of the will of j
Martha Washington, the gift of the
superintendent of Fairfax Court House, I
Va. Mrs. Kistler reported progress in \
preparation of the bill to rrcvent dese- j
cration of the flag. "Historic places in
the District" was the topic for the
evening:, an entirely too broad a sub-I
ject to be covered in a brief half hour, j
so will doubtless be continued. A vote!
! of thanks expressed the appreciation j
of the company. During the- social .
hour tllf .......
.......v. w ,in .IflBISU'U Hi SfTV;
ing refreshments hy Mrs. Strong, Mrs. j
l Knoop and Mrs. Gill. i
Sarah Si. Clnlr Chapter. I*. %. It., gave
j an entertainment under the personal;
j management of Gertrude Lyons, re- |
j eently. in Studio Hall. The program I
included violin solo, "Sonata," l?y \'i-j
valdi: "Indian La merit," by Dvorak.;
rendered by Chester La Follette; read-I
lings by Constance Goodman: interpretive
dance, Janeiro Brooks: piano solo. I
i "K Minor Polonaise." MacDowell, by}
| Ktta Schmid: Gertrude Lvons sang two j
songs by Xathanial Irving Hyatt, ai
graduate of Leipzig Conserva1 orium j
and winner of the Helbig and Mcndels- i
sohn prizes, who accompanied her on j
the piano; also a group of songs by i
1 American woman composers. "Boat;
| Song," Harriet Ware: "The ('all of Cu-!
! pid." Mary Turner Salter; "Ah' Love '
j but a Hay," Mrs. H. H. A. Bea? h. \n I
' informal recent ion was given Mrs.!
I George T. Guernsey, eandidate for i
! president general, N. S. D. A. K.
i hapter \. P. I-'. O.. met Wednesday;
evening at the home of Mrs. Frank
Hornaday. After the usual business
meeting the evening was given over to
music. The singers and oianists who
J contributed to an artistic program inj
eluded Dr. Mary Holmes, Mrs. Alice
I Foght. Mrs. Mary Hornaday, Mrs. <>rJ
lena Ji. Miller, Mrs. Hornaday, Miss
. Fave It. Humphrey and Miss Liizubeth
j ?)efandorf.
j KrvNtonr Chanter. II. A. It., met reeently
at the Savoy, Mrs. Ida .1. Kinsell.
the regent, presiding, and with
I \tri Harrv I l!w/-on vO.?. .... ..
hostess. Several short sketches re kit|
ing to ancestors were read. Miss Haven
gave a paper on "Sayings of Gr?-at
j Men." and others contributed nrtisic.
ltiirn<iiiiF Post. N??. S. C;. A. H.. will
i give its annual banquet December 16
| at the New Kbbitt.
I Columbia Height* Art flub was cnJtertained
Thursday afternoon by .Mrs.
j.I. I>. Croissant, with Mrs. Augustus
Knight chairman of the day. Papers
.were read by Mrs. Hare and Mrs. ArJ
thur Wheeler; Mrs. Griffiths described
jthe bravery of the women of Paris,
which city she recently visited, and
Mrs. C. Ohara Cragin also spoke. Miss
j Briggs sang. Roll call was responded
j to with quotations from Browning.
i Those present included Mrs. J. McKee, j
Mrs. Bowen, Mrs. Briggs. Mrs. Ford, |
IMrs. Hardy. Mrs. Hcisler, Miss C. Hill,
I.Mrs. I^ntssie. Mrs. Leeds. Mrs. I >e Witt;
{Croissant, Mrs. A. B. Tracy, Mrs. S.
I Wolhaupter, Mrs. Carl Smith. Mrs.
I Stevenson. Miss Isabel Heisler and Miss
Dorothy Croissant.
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5; cane-seat hack and will I grade manufactured; 1
g harmonize perfectly W \j^ ing Heppelwhite desif
|f with other furniture in ??> W inch Extension Table
f.j the best appointed \1 Wagon. For richness
Sj homes. " passed. Special at...
The Gunn O ^ ^ 1 - ^
Sectional DOOKC
$1575
The < itinn Sectional llookcase has a national
high quality and beautiful finish. It meets ever
of the finest library. Four units, inside drawei
fo
I Desk Sets i Overstuffed Rockers
69c <A' $9i%d
V-F V* ! Thi, iii rtrf ??,! rr.nn.vV? / /MB
V' I Overstuffed Library |,jj jic,t
Locker, upholstered in L
V' ^ leather, is the acme of ^
I" J , elsewhere and you will ',3%
s' / sells for a great
i jJ] \ deal more money.
? |)t k St>i ., ,, I tin,r of l ir-rc ^ j
5; ?ize Plotter. with brass corners H 10500/4 t aLJ.
5. ami felt bottom; Calendar, Paper |ffl "ujiM j
?!; C utter, Pen Rack and Inkwell. ? Pg
?; . ^ a*?-?- I .
U This Practical i
I'. A New Lot Just Received of PI 'ff I ?
These Popular ' 11)1110^1)6, 1
I Waste Baskets j $1 A-95
v; I Mm M spec
ht ^ , 1 A i A Chifforobe" is a practi- Slicll
c,, _ I _ i. /1 Vfl/ ? } cal necessity in the mod- ' , ..
it', kJUwClcLl ciV ^ | ern and well furnished tabll
? ? t home. This line of Golden nitn
5# .... _ r, w- i (,ak an<l Mahogany Finish UUUi
? * White hnamel rranic Waste | Chifforobes is substantial- (|liar
Baskets, with light silkoline filling, f ly built to give lasting ; v-- (
a in prettv designs; a handy article I **rv*ce- r J? il,ches hifh- .
r .T r J I? . I Plenty of drawer space for tatl<
-It for the boudoir. Be sure to get one J holding either men's or i /
tomorrow at the little price ot 49c. J women's clothes. lean
GOLDEKBEI
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Rti'S "ROTH SIDK.S OF SEVENTH STREET** ?&&&&&??
> DEAL Jg. AT GOLDEN BERG'S"
fldltfrtrf!
\ND K "THE DEPENDABLE STOP
hittall Rugs at the Old Prices
have sent out a notice of an advance in the cost of Whi
our stock at^ the old prices.
K Department.?
ifith New Furniture
i r r . !? c_
lore or certain
quality Furniture in Washington are here f<
(ret acquainted with our stocks and values. E
its own story of economy for you. Our poli
is policy is helping us to a bigger furniture hi
anksgiving Sale of
Dining Room Suites
tTiS! $QQ-00
duite at
i
tion of this beautiful period furniture ? Willian
four massive pieces, in Jacobean finish, consisting
Table, China Cabinet. Serving Table and Buffet
s an idea of the graceful lines and artistic beaut;
te?come and see it and you will agree it is a mos
le money.
ihle Examples of Our Value
in Dining' Room Suites
rriod Dining Room Suite, in rich 43
one of the most attractive styles fej" JH gg fl fi
high-grade furniture. Consists of fB Sj M
sion Table. China Cabinet. Serving j #j| SI
)ne Arm Chair. Special at J
id Mary Dining Room Suite, with h A
decorations: a masterpiece of the U? J Jm
ill large, massive pieces, compris- H f gj IK
tension Table, China Cabinet and . alg fi "41" H
,1 at J 4 \J
Dining Room Suite, of the highest
nade of real mahogany, in charm- ' J?|? ja fi ft
pi. Comprises 60-inch Bullet, 60- i ^ W 903 ?&k
Large China Cabinet and Tea f 12
and quality this suite is unsur- ,
ase I ImB
$15.75 j
f| 4-PIECE BE
I Of Rich Amen<
Walnut?Special
This high-grade Bedroom
Dresser, Chiffonier, Bed an
matched. Fine French plate"
| take its place in the finest It.
i vaiuei 7-pc. Dining Room S
destal Extension Table <?97
i Six Chairs for 9
Dependable quality and low price go hand in ha
ial Thanksgiving Sale of Dining Room Furnituri
as this are rare indeed, and not to be found outsit
shment. The seven pieces of stanchly built dining
re consist of heavy Pedestal Extension Table, wii
tered oak top and colonial platform base, highly pol
Quartered Oak Chairs, with box slip seat, upholster
in black leather. Excellent workmanship and
arcs that assure perfect satisfaction.
BO'S?"BOTH SIDES OF SEVENTH STREET" gg)?S!88Sie
29c Carpet Hassocks f
Made of ends of S
^Bj) tine quality Wilton
n d A x- id^3Pg^^9BMifl A
minster Carpets,
in a large variety
designs ^H'|!}]^H'!Zn
ttall Furniture '}
| *?Acr??? the Strfft." ^IF" j ^
for Thanksgiving |
itisfaction j
?r your selection?the latest designs from ^
Aery piece of Furniture is marked in plain j|
cy of "same goods f<>r les> money <<r better ts
isiness each season. #
- ^
An Unusual |
Money-Saving Event |
High-Grade
Brass Bed Outfit J
A REAL $54.00 VALUE
: $"M-00 !
In view of the high character of this 3
ilrass Bed Outfit the sale price is remark- jg
ablv low, and otters an unusual opportunity j|
to equip the home with a fine outfit for the jf
bedroom at a worth-while saving. S
Nationally advertised "Simmons" guaran- g
teed Brass Bed. with 2-inch continuous 2
post and ten fillers. Regular selling g
price $22.St jg
Famous "Ostermoor" Mattress, a trade- 2
mark brand every housewife knows:
hotel size. Advertised at $21.0# ?
No. 4 National Link Springs, nothing bet- A
ter of the kind manufactured. Regular
selling price $7.50 1
Pair of Full Size Feather Pillows, covered
with heavy art ticking:, sterilized curled 2
feathers. Regular selling price $3.00 j?
Total value $54.00 |
Sale Price $34.00 J
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DROOM SUITES I i
z$ 11012 I
' J
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i Suite or American Walnut consists ot *?
d 1 )ressing Table?each piece perfect!}- jj?
mirrors. A design of rare beaut}-; lit to -5
mie.
n i i i i i i i n i ? ? r i i i i '-1
i /rmvm .- . *
uites jlii J
QQ j |T Lamps I
V : $9.98 1
I Bl Hiunlsome JI;tho^aii> ^
I J f Is# Kloor L a m p s. with $j|
J \ I log brass fixtures for dmip
M j ,! J* bio linhts. complete jjfc
}j Tij M fift with larg:e lined silk
Ji H aC llI shad e. \v i t h deep &
frimre, in rose or jjold ?
Til Solid Oak |
'' Rockers iffj
nd in this <n? OQ iM ?"( ;
Values i <1>V?"0 sAH! 1> f I
ie this es- ij :
room fur- Solid Oak I j
th 48-inch Rockers in ma- t ?^4"T""*3*jl.7/!
ished, and hogany finish. j
finish are strong and j
serviceable. M i
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