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Women's and Misses' Suits?Coats?Dresses A collection that in every essential feature of style, guality and serviceability meets the demands of the day. Fashionable Coats : All the season's fabrics, with and without fur collars. *29 50 *39 50 $49 50 to *125 Smartest Suits Broadcloths, Serges, Tricotines, Tweeds, Velvets, Velours, Novelties. $29 5? $35 $49.50 to $95 ? Afternoon and Street Dresses Serges, Velours, Jerseys, Satins, Crepe Meteors, Vel vets, Silks and others. *25 *29 50 *39 50 to *85 Furs?Trimmed Hats?Waists at Most Moderate Prices t: I: It Im Mt too early to alt for CMatau photographs. Photographs of the KIDDIES make ideal Christmas gifts to admiring relatives and friends. iBacfyracfy Photographs ot Distinction 1331 F Street N.W. Also New York, Phila delphia, Baltimore, Boston Do You Realize the Importance of Your Corset? That trim, tailored effect so much desired can be easily marred by the corset?ill chosen or badly fitted. And it is also true that perfect unconsciousness at being corseted is the direct result of proper fitting. Our expert corsetiere is experienced and thor oughly competent. We carry all the best nak? in both front and bade lace models. Also Dainty S3k Camisoles and Brassieres* lUfka'S, "Mop tor ?otitis rfolfea" ARMY NOTES. ? Mrs. Tasker H. Bliss, wife of Gen. Bliss, U. & A, with Miss Bliss, has returned and taken apartments for the season at 927 Farragut square. Brig. Gen. Robert Shaw Oliver, U. S. A., accompanied by Mrs. Oliver and their daughter. Miss Marion Oliver, after spending the past few months at their country home in Canada, has returned to Washington and re opened for the winter their residence, 1767 Q street. Brig. Gen. Robert K. Evans, XT. S. A., and Mrs. Evans have returned for the winter and are at their home, 1715 I street. MaJ. Gen. William M. Black, TT. a A., and Mrs. Black are at 2324 Cali fornia street for the season. Brig. Gen. George C. Saffarans, TT. S. A., left the city last week for the Army General Hospital at Fort Mc pherson, Ga., where he has been or dered for treatment. Gen. Saffarans has been for some time past on duty in Washington. Capt. W. C. Bonner, TT. S. A., who is now on duty in this city, was joined here last week by Mrs. Bonner and their daughters, Misses Anna and Clara Bonner, who have located for the winter in Hyattsville, corner of Banner and Arbor streets. On their way to Washington Mrs. Bonner and the Misses Bonner upon leaving Fort Des Moines visited relatives in Pitts burgh for several weeks. MaJ. Medorem Crawford, Jr., TT. S. A., has gone to Camp Dodge. Iowa, where he has been detailed as assistant chief of staff at the headquarters of the 19th Division. Brig. Gen. Ernest A. Garlington, TT. S. A., and Mrs. Garlington have their daughter, Mrs. Harry Dwight Chamberlain, wife of Maj. Chamber lain. U. S. A., visiting them at their home in this city. Capt. Alan Smith, TT. S. A., and Mrs. Smith, whose marriage was a recent event in this city, have arrived for station at Columbus, Ga. Lieut. Col. George Robinson. TT. S. A., retired, has returned to Washing ton, accompanied by Mrs. Robinson and Mr. S. A. Robinson. Th?v are now at their home. 1951 Biltmore street, after an absence since May, when they left on account of Col. Rob inson's health, which is now greatly improved. Mrs. Reuben C. Taylor, wife of Col. Taylor. TT. S. A., accompanied by their three sons, has gone to make her home, during her husband's absence in France, at Hillcrest, Huntsville, Ala. Mrs. Robert E. Pierson, wife of Col. Pierson. U. S. A., has eone to New York to remain during her husband's absence overseas, and is for the pres ent at 39 East 35th street. Mrs. Lloyd M. Brett, wife of Brig. Gen. Brett. U. S. A., accompanied by their daughters, has gone to New York, where, during her husband's ab sence abroad, they will make their home at 306 West 92d street. Mrs. G. B. Sharon, wife of Col. Sharon, TT. S. A., has gone to Balti more. where, during her husband's ab sence in France, she will make her home at 131 West Mount Royal avenue. Mrs. E. C. McGuire, wife of Maj. Mc Guire, TT. S. A., is at 131 West Mount Royal avenue, Baltimore, while her husband is on overseas duty. Mrs. Manuel M. Garrett, wife of Lieut. Col. Garrett, U. S. A., has gone to Brookline, Mass., where, during her husband's absence In France, her home will be at 235 Rawson road. Mrs. Thurston Hughes, wife of MaJ. Hughes, U. S. A., has come to Wash ington and will make her home at 1827 Jefferson place during her hus band's absence in France, where he is now adjutant of the 32d Artillery Bri gade. Mrs. Robert Blaine, wife of MaJ. Blaine, U. S. A., has gone to Kansas City, Mo., where during her husband's absence abroad she will make her home at 2544 Troost avenue. Mrs. Henry Munnikhuysen, wife of Maj. Munnikhuysen, U. S. A., has gone to Bel Air. Md? where she will make her home with her mother-in-law, Mrs. Annie F. Munnikhuysen, during her husband's absence in France. Mrs. I .a Vergne L. Gregg, wife of Lieut. Col. Gregg, TT. S. A., accompa nied by their (laughter. Miss Eliza beth Gregg, has gone to Jacksonville, Fla.. where both are making their home at 959 Riverside avenue during her husband's absence abroad. Lieut. Col. R. R. Wood, TT. S. A- was joined last week at the Portsmouth, 1735 New Hampshire avenue, by Mrs. Wood and their daughter. Miss Mar jorie Wood, who have spent the past few months at their summer home at Herkimer, N. Y. Mrs. C. J. Nelson, wife of Col. Kel son, TT. S. A, with their daughters. Miss Helen Nelson and Miss Elisabeth Nelson, has gone to Macon, Ga, where during her husband's absence over seas they will make their home at 644 Forsyth street Mrs. Carmine Fabrisio. wife of Lieut Fabrizio. U. S. A, has returned to Mlddletown, Conn., after a visit here with Brig. Gen. C. C. Sniffln, U. S. A and Mrs Sniffln. Miss Harriet Waterman, daughter of Col J. C. Waterman, U. S. A., has gone to Plattsburgh barracks, N. Y? where she has reported for duty at the hospital as reconstruction aid. Lieut. A. C. Eastburn, TT. S. A, and Mrs. Eastburn. after a short honey moon trip, have returned to Wash ington. Mrs. R. E. L. Mlchle, widow of Brig. Gen. Michie, U. S. A, accom panied by Miss Margaret Michie, has retrned to Washington for the win ter. Mrs. Mark L. Ireland, wife of Lieut Col. Ireland, U. S. A, accompanied by their children has gone to San An tonio, Tex., where they are living in their home at 406 Harrison avenue. Alamo Heights, during CoL Ireland's absence in France. Mrs. T. P. Bernard, wife of Lieut. Col. Bernard. TT. S. A. accompanied Bring Us Your Old Velvet and Plush Hats and we will recover them on the New Style Frames. New Velvet Hats mad* to order. Old beaver, felt and valour hats reblocked In the new fall styles. Headquarters tar the largest ?lae Mob of ladles' Bat Fnmta, in wire aad Ladies'Capita! Hat Shop MnaitKw. ? BIBS. GROSTEHOK B. CLARKSON, Wife of the secretary of the Council of National Defense, who haa com abroad on war work for the Y. M. C. A. by their two children, has come to Washington to make her home dur ing her husband's abscence abroad, with her aunt, Mrs. H. E. Moran, at 1649 Newton street. Mrs. Walace D. Collins, wife of Capt. Collins. U. S. A., with their young- daughter, is at 1870 Wyoming avenue, where she will reside for the season. Mrs. F. S. Foltz, wife of Gen. Foltz, U. S. A., has gone to Harrisburg, Pa., where during the absence of her hus t band in France she is making her home at 1631 North Front street. at Mrs. Adna R. Chaffee, widow of Maj. Gen. Chaffee, U. S. A., who has spent the past few months in Los Angeles, has returned to Washing ton, and for the present is at the New Willard. Mrs. William Goft Caples, wife of Col. Caples, U. S. A., has gone to New 1 Orleans, where, with their son Billy, she is mating her home at 6035 Pitt street during her-.husband's absence abroad. Col. Clarence H. McNeil, U. 8. A, has gone to Camp Eustis, Va., where he has been assigned to command the 37th Brigade, Army Artilery. Maj. William D. Alexander, U. S. A., recently returned from a twelve month absence on overseas duty, has been joined here by Mrs. Alexander and leased an apartment for the sea son at Willard Courts. Mrs. Charles A. Walker. Jr., wife of Lieut. Col. Walker, U. S. A- with their children, has gone to Anchorage, Ky., to spend the winter, while her hus band is absent in France. Miss Phelps, sister of Mrs. Alexan der, will remain In Washington for the winter at the Donald, 1012 13th street. Mrs. Febiger, wife of Gen. Fe biger, U. S. A., after a visit to her daughter. Miss Julia Febiger, In Wash ington, followed by a stay of several weeks in North Carolina, has returned to West Point. Mrs. H. C. Hasbrouck, widow of Gen. Hasbrouck, U. S. A, who now makes her home at Cornwall-on-the-Hudson, has returned to that place after a visit to Army friends at West Point. Mrs. Thomas C. Turner, wife of Lieut. Col. Turner, U. S. A., has gone to Coronado, CaL, for the winter while her husband is in command of an Army aviation school in Texas. Col. Robert R. Wallach, TT. 8. A, Is at present In command of the military police at Camp Kearney, Cal., where he has been joined by Mrs. Wallach. Lieut. Col. Bruce B. Buttler, U. S. A-, who for the past eight months, fol lowing an accident in an airplane, has been on sick leave, has now returned to active duty and is at Rockwell Field, Cal., where he will shortly be Why Not Make BEAD BAGS? ?They make excellent Christinas Gifts. Bead Bags are all the vogue right now. They are one of the most useful and lasting gifts you can give. WE HAVE , 57 Exclusive Bead Bag Patterns, Bead Bag Frames, Beads! Beads! By the thousands, in every color and shape. You can make a bead bag in your spare time, so why pay $25 to $100 for one. Get the materials from us and we will show you how to make it. WE ALSO SELL Fringes, Buttons, Tassels, Wools, Yarns, Girdle Cords, Ribbosene Silk And other needs for home sewing. OPEENHHMERS r SHOP UnIOUL J? Cor. 8tk and E Sts. N.W. joined t; Kit Battler and. Uiss Jane Buttler. ? Mra Robert' Lee Ballard/ wife of ItaJ. Gen. Bullard, p. S. A., with their faintly, ia making tier borne at Little llock. Ark., during her husband's ab nence in France. Lieut. Col. Peter C. Bullard, U. S. A., returned last week, after a short visit to his mother, Mrs. Robert Lee Bul lard, wife of Maj. Gen. Bullard, U. 8. A., at Little Rock, Ark. Capt. Philip C. Nash, U. S. A., with Mrs. Nash and their little daughter, Erma Harriet Nash, are making their home for the season at 300 3d street southeast, in order to be near the Washington barracks, where Capt. Nash is on duty. ( Col. Hetrick, U. S. A., now on duty at the Washington barracks, will be joined here shortly by Mrs. Hetrick. Maj. Thomas H. Rees, jr., U. S. A., and Mrs. Rees have visiting them at West Point the latter's mother, Mrs. John W. Heard, who recently visited Maj. John F. Conklln, U. S. A., and Mrs. Conklln at Washington barracks. Mrs. Fred Hahn, wife of Lieut. Hahn, U. S. A., hasgone to Camp Forest, Oa, to remain with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Deppen, while her husband is in France. Mrs. Alfred Riddick, wife of Capt. Riddick, U. S. A., has gone to Los Angeles, Cal., for a two-month visit to her husband's mother, Mrs. H. C. Riddick. After that Mrs. Riddick will go to Norfolk, Va., to remain with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Nash, during Capt. Riddick's absence abroad. Capt. William Mannheimer^ U. S. A., and Mrs. Mannheimer will come to Washington this week. They are at present in St. Paul, Minn., visiting Capt. Mannheimer's mother, Mrs. Jacob Mannheimer. Lieut. George Martin, TT. S. A., fol lowing a visit to his parents, Judge and Mrs. William H. Martin, at Nor folk, has gone to Fort Monroe, Va.. where he was recently detailed to duty. Mrs. Clarke V. Sutton, wife of Capt. Sutton, U. S. A., has gone to Piedmont Cal., where she will remain with her parents. Gen. Oscar F. Long, U. S. A., and Mrs. Long, during her husband's absence in France. Col. Willoughby Walke. V. S. A., Is visiting Maj. Walke Truxton, U. S. A., and Mrs. Truxton at Norfolk, Va. Mrs. H. O. Olsen. wife of Mat. Olsen. TT. S. A., has gone to Holly Springs Miss., to make her home during her husband's absence in France. Mrs. A. S. Cowan, wife of Col. Cowan U. S. A., has gone to Leavenworth Kan., where, with her mother, Mrs. Houston, she will remain during her husband's absence in France. Mrs. Haynes, wife of Capt. Haynes U. S. A., has gone to New Orleans for a visit of several weeks prior to going to Berkeley, Cal.. to remain during her husband's absence in France. Mrs. Haynes will have with her for the winter at Berkeley, Mrs. Barlow wife of Maj. Barlow. U. S. A., who is also in France. Maj. F. V. C. Crowley, U. S. A., ac companied by Mrs. Crowley and their daughter. Miss Mary J. Crowley, has arrived in Washington for a stay of six weeks, during which time Maj Crowley will take a course of instruc tion with the general staff. On their way to this city from Sat Antonio Maj. and Mrs. Crowley visit ed the latter's sister, Mrs. Otto Linck at Leavenworth, Kan. Mrs. Robert Perkins, wife of Maj Perkins, U. S. A., has gone to Nor folk, where she will remain with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Cobb, during her husband's absence in France. Brig. Gen. James A. Ryan, TJ. 8. A, and Mrs. Ryan and son have cone to Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala., where Gen. Ryan is now commanding tthe 17th Brigade. 9th Division. Col. John L. Lyndall, U. 8. A., tow on duty in Washington, was joined here last week by Mrs. Lyndall and their little son, Jack. Col. William ?1 Gilmore, U. S. A., until recently on duty in this city, has arrived for station at Kelly Field, Tex., to the command of which post he has been assigned. Mrs. Frederick G. Lawton, wife of Col. Lawton, U. S. A., is making her home with their two younger sons at Newton Highlands, Mass., during I her husband's absence la France. 1 Mrs. Alferd. wife of IJsut. Alferd. U. a. A., arrived in this country last week with their two children from Gatun, Canal Zone. Mrs. H. E. Robertson, wife of Capt Robertson, V. 8. A., has gone to Hous- | ton, Tex., for the winter. 1 Gen.' John Clem. U. 8. A., accom panied by Mrs. and Miss Clem, has returned to Washington for the winter. 1 BAN ON "OVEBSEA" CAPS. Soldiers, With Certain Exceptions, Forbidden Them in United States. The wearing of "oversea" caps in the United States Is prohibited In a bulletin just published by the War Department. An exception ia mad*, however. in the caae of officer* and men about to em bark for service abroad and those last returned from auch duty. In thoae '?'mm, however, the "oversea" caps may bo worn wfcil# at the port of embark ation only. Knllated men returning from abroad are required to turn in their cape to the port quartermaater. who will is sue service hats in lieu thereof. The official reason given for this ac tion Is that the caps In question are part of the uniform of the British army and not a part of the uniform of the sol diers of the United States. They are worn In Europe by special permission given by Gen. Fershlng, commanding the American expeditionary forces. DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING NOW Shop Early in the Day Store Hours: 10 A. M. to 6 P. M. A Magnificent Display of the Newest and Best in TV omen's Footwear For Winter Wtar We intend to make this store just as solid in the good graces of the war workers as it has been these many years with the women of W ashintfton. We have always enjoyed the reputation for showing the largest and most representative stock of women's footwear. This season we have exceeded all former ef forts. There is not a good style missing from the display and you can depend on the quality of 'the leathers to be absolutely the best. All the Good Styles in Men's Footwear Shown This special department for men is larger than the ordinary store?its dis play of the various styles is many times larger than the ordinary store. If you want something new, distinctive and exclusive, we have it, or if your taste is for something conservative, we are ready to supply you. , What a Wonderful Display of Hosiery This stock is too large, too beautiful to attempt to describe it. We simply say that everything new and good in Hoisery for Men, Women and Children is here. Wonderful novelties for the women. FAMILY SHOE STORE * SHOES AND HOSIERY 310-312 Seventh Street N. W Jos. Strasbnrger Co. V Buy Your Gloves Now for Christinas? Famous Centemeri Gloves Are Ready Here! Prettiest of Christmas Handkerchiefs Men's?Women's Already We Are Making An Extensive Display /NC. FORMERLY SMOOT JELLEFF.i i 216 F STJCEET N.V* Beginning Tomorrow?An Event of Importance Every Woman Who Is Interested in FUR-TRIMMED COATS Coats trimmed with fur are deemed highly practical and for. that reason highly desirable in these wartime days. But this very fact makes it important to a woman in search of such a coat to see that the fur is of a desirable type?a worthy fur?and that the coat itself is a worthy coat. This assemblage represents these two important ideas; it embodies the finest coats in the market, procured early enough to insure a choice of the best materials and the best furs to be had. And early enough, too, to permit skilled craftsmen to put their best work into them. Here Are Two Striking Example At $69.50 Fine Suede Velour Coats, with skunk fur collar; Velour de Laine Coats, with collars and cuffs of natural muskrat and beaver; Suede Velour Coats, with collars of Hudson seal, and the new Silky Dracord Material, with large shawl collar of skunk. All the new shades of the season are represented in these coats?-French blue, bison, deer, Algerian, and also plum, navy, taupe and black. Misses' Velour Coats, large skunk-opossum collars $47.50 Coats of Duvet de Laine, muskrat collars $5230 The Fine Evora Cloth, with taupe fox collar and cuffs $150.00 Crystal Cord Cape Ccat, with Hudson seal .$175.00 Dolman Wraps of black bolivia, with taupe wolf. $195.00 At $79.50 Beautiful Silvertone Coats, with long rolling revere collars of beaver or Hudson seal, suede velour collars especially. A smart misses' model with large cape collar trimmed with nutria fur. Dressy Black Broadcloth Coats, with large black fox collars. The velours and silvertones are noted in plum, brown and taupe shades that are rich in tone and the beauty of the linings is noticeable in each individual coat. Reduced Prices This Week on New TAILORED SUITS About 100 Suits, Including This Season's Most Attractive Models $55 and $65 Former Prices, $59.50 to $85.00 Only one or two suits of a kind, but a choice of such j vert one, velour, duvet de laine, suede velour, gabardine suits to wear with separate furs or suits trimmed with other furs. Sizes for ladies and misses. fabrics as s3 md tricotme. Tailored Hudson seal, nutria or Jersey Dresses?$42.50 A Very Special Selection Tan, Brown, Basque Styles Fringe Trimmed Deer, Bison, Long Tunics Worsted Embroidery Taupe, Navy, Panel Styles Misses' Styles Plum, Burgundy Straight Lines Women's Styles Jersey Dresses are the most popular garments of the moment. Won't you see these? Practical Ideas? Sensible Styles SHOES A splendid variety of new lasts in these famous . shoes for women. Narrow toes and wide roomy toes. In black kid, $9.00 to $12.00 pair. In brown kid, $10.00 to $12.00 pair. In gray Idd or bock, $12.00 pair. Soroals Shoe Dept.?Street Floor. ^?