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The Kiddies Will Need New Togs Coats, Dresses, Sweater Sets, Hats, etc., for big and little sister now take the stage, as sdhool opens Monday. In anticipation of the needs of the children we have arranged some unusual displays for tomor row?Saturday. Cosy Stylish Coats, for tots up to 6 years, $5.09 to $15.00. Smart-looking Coats for girls up to 14 years, $15.M to $35.00. Children's Hats, tailored styles, $1.50 to $3.50. Children's Dress Hats, $250 to $7.50. Girls' Peter Thompson Dresses, of all-wool serge, $18.50 to $29.50. Separate Serge Blouses, special at $7.50. Sweater Sets, of fine brushed angora. Outfit consists of leggins, cap, sweater and mittens, in white and colors, $6J>0- J . . i.; ?. .iil ..-Vi > i "&fjop for Poung Jfolfes" Smart Fall Boots flu Very Special Economy Pricing Field Mouse, Tobasco Brown, Stone Gray. A new fall boot Just received, with full Louis heel. These boots are in extra fine kidskin with cloth top, in the following shades: Field mouse, Tobasco and Stone Gray, with cloth top to match. All sizes and widths. To get best selection shop early. The Palais Royal Shoe Dept?Second Floor. A. L1SNER. O and 11th St*. Open trmry morning at 8:80 ri ? . jfijRAI/ NATIONAL BANK, S-?-COR- FOUDTEEjrt? AND G NORTHWEST J This IS Service At 8 o'clock this morning (November 1st) the letter car riers -all over Washington are delivering statements to the customers of this bank?which "statements" show every single transaction during the entire month of October. Deposits, checks and final balance. Quick work? Yes. Not only quick, but neat, complete, accurate and the canceled checks go with it. We are Inviting you to get the benefit of this up-to-date service. FEDERAL NATIONAL BANK Sootheaat Corner of Fourteenth and G Streets of the Monthly Statement System la Experienced Advertisers Prefer The Star ?- ? ? THE President will receive the Iiord Bishop of Oxford. Rt. Rev. Charles Gore, V. v.. D. C L, Monday aft ernoon at the White Hons*. The* bishop, accompanied by his chaplain, the Rev. C. Edward R Brock]ebank, will arrive in Wash ington tomorrow to spend the week end with the Bishop of Washington, Rt. Rev. Alfred Harding, at the Cathedral Close. He came to this country under the auspices ? of the national committee on the churches and the moral aims of the war, of which former Presi dent Taft, Judge Alton B. Parker and other men of national repute are members. , Miss Lucy Kyle Burleson, daughter of the Postmaster General and Mrs. Burleson, whoea marriage to Ensign Charles G. Grimes, U. S. N., will take place tomorrow afternoon at St. John's Church, was the honor guest at a beautiful luncheon given today by Mrs. Matthew T. Scott at her resi dence, on Q street. Brig. Gen. William Judson, U. S. A., and Mrs Judson, who have come on from Naw York to attend the Grimes-Burleson wedding, will be the guests over the week end of Mrs. Charles S. Bromwell. Capt Andre Tardleu, the French high commissioner, who has been ill in New York with influenza since his arrival from Frajice some days ago, came to Washington last evening. Mrs. Francis Hnger McAdoo, wife of Ensign McAdoo, U. S. N., arrived at the Hotel Gotham, New York, yester day from Narragansett Pier with Mr. and Mrs. Isaac E. Emerson. Miss Isabelle Wells entertained at dinner last evening at her residence, on Connecticut avenue. Bliss Benols of St Louis, who will shortly take up hut worlt overseas, will arrive in Washington today to be the guest of Miss Wells. Mrs. Henry R Rea left Washington yesterday for a visit of several days at New York. Mrs. Annie Laurie Pearce was host ess at an informal Halloween dance MISS GRACE MeGUXRE, DugUer of Mr. amd Mn> Daniel McGnire. / at her residence, 172S Connecticut avenue, last night, given in honor of a group of young engineer officers stationed at Camp Humphreys, Va. A number of young ladies and officers of the United States and allied armies who are spending the winter in Wash ington, were Invited to meet them. Brig. Gen. Charles Lee, chief of the i aviation division of the British war mission in Washington, and Mrs. Lee will be the honor guests at a luncheon which Mr. Kensett Brown will give to day at the Maryland Jockey Club be fore the opening of the races at Pim lico. The list of boxholders for this au tumn meet of the Maryland Jockey Club includes, with others, Com mander J. K. L^Ross of Montreal, Mr. George Bakhmeteff of Washington, Gen. J. A. Buchanan of Virginia and Senator Richard Johnson of Laurel. Miss Katharine Goodwin entertain ed at a small informal tea yesterday afternoon at her residence on 19th street. Mrs. Hague Entertains. Mrs. Arnold Hague of Washington gave a dinner last night at the St. Regis Hotel, New York. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Nally of the Trees, Osslning, N. Y., have an nounced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Marylee Nally and Ensign Frederic Halsted Hahn, Flying Corps, U. S. N. R. F. There will be a conference of the League of American Pen Women after the executive meeting tomor row evening- at 9 o'clock at the club room. 1623 H street. Mrs. David S. Baker of Providence, R. L. has announced the engagement of her youngest daughter, Miss Ruth Sherman Baker, to Maj. Frank Vic tor Schneider, U. S. A. The wedding will take place soon. Maj. Schneider, whose home is in New York, is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, N. Y. He has just returned from France on leave after six months. Miss Baker, who is a sister of Mr. David S. Baker, has been active in war relief. The marriage of Miss Pauline Barles Stutz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Stutz and Mr. E. J. Merrick, jr., will take place Saturday, November 9. at 4 o'clock, at Mount Vernon M. E. Church | South. j The engagement of Miss Miriam Al vada Bryan, daughter of Mrs. Ada L Bryan of Napa, CaL, to Lieut. Winiam Curtis Collyer. U. 8. A., has been an nounced. Lieut. Collyer is now in France. Mrs. Frederick R Harris, wife of Rear Admiral Harris, U. a N? and her guest Mrs. F. Phillips, will leave to morrow for Old Point Comfort where they will remain for a time at the Chamberlin Hotel. Admiral and Mrs. Harris have PAUL LEIBEL UuHc^Tailor 1215GSt. If Ton Want a Thoroughly Good Suit ?AN ALL-WOOL SUIT? a suit whose fit, tailoring and style leave nothing to be de sired?have LEIBEL make it. We tailor Ladies' Street Suits and Coats, Suits for Naval Re serve Women, A. & N. Norses* Uniforms, etc. Ready-to-wear Suits also. Our prices are impressively reasonable. Special Valoes ? Fn. leased their residence. 3140 Massa chusetts avenue, to Mr. and Mrs. Al bert J. Thome of Chicago. > 1 \ Mrs. Raymond T. Baker, wife of the director of the mint, has closed her I>nox home and will spend a little time in New York daring Mr. Baker's absence iA the west. The meeting of the Wendell Wolfe Chapter, N. S. D. A- R., to have been held Tuesday, November 5. at the home of Mrs. H. W. Belnap. one of the officers of the chapter, has been canceled on account of the death of Mrs. Belnap's husband, Mr. II. W. Bel nap, and also because of the Illness of the regent. Miss Bertha Frances Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. H. Fessenden Meserve returned to Washington last evening from New York, where they spent a few days. Miss Meserve remained at their bom* en & street lortac their, absence. Mr. and Mrs. A. Gordon Jones and their daughter, Miss ? Nancy Gordon Jones, have returned to theirhome at lffZ? P^ttreet, after spending the sum. mer In Maine. The members of the Friday Evening French Class will be the guests of the Beaux Arts Society, 1411 H street at a tea and reception on Sunday after noon from 4 to < o'clock. Mrs. M. B. Crawford will preside at the tea ta ble and will be assisted by Mrs. Louise R. Belt* and Mrs. Agnes U P. Angel Mr. de Zapp will be the host. Miss Dorothy Bennett, daughter of Capt. and Mrs. Frank M Bennett, is recuperating from an attack of pneu monia at Georgetown University Hos pital. Mrs. Charles H. Turner has sublet her apartment at the Wyoming and is spending a part of the winter at the Hampton. Albany. N. T., where she Is connected with Red Cross headquar ters. 'Tve been losing a lot of sleep re cently." "How's that?" "Our new preacher bangs the pulpit something fierce."?Buffalo Express. Marriage licenses. lbnteg* Bccnes bin bu 'lmi to tk folknriac: > Wwia K. utter tad Bertha G. Scott. A. Lrsader Morrison aad Muont M. Wuiet. Ma R. Le Foa of Moss Neck, Vs., aad A. Iteaa Pamphrey at this city. wmiiB U Holt of Maw, N. aad Romalnc Harris of Coatarilla> Pa. Jobs K. Wallace aad Bra DalaadeH. IasmM A. CMbnn of Bast Aurora, N, Y.. aad Marraerite Perkins of this city. Robert Freemaa aad Leaa Shorter. Thomas Golden aad Laroby Walker. Samuel H. Beck aad Jeaaaette C. Teaeham. WilHaai V. Holer of OMca?o. IB., aad Myrtle S. Hallbers of this city. Arthur Da Bo is of New Orleans, La., aad Marios E. Ashley of this city. Aldus H. F rants of Waynesboro, Pa., aad Developing and Printing; / Kodak Films Satisfactory Walk or No Charte. The National Remembrance Shop (Mr. Taster's Shoa.) 14tb St. and Pa. Ave. The Women's Store 1107-1109 G St. % Extraordinary Coat Sale 500 Magnificent Coats ? the result of a special purchase? ,go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m. .OO and .OO * It will pay you to anticipate your needs and to buy one of these Coats. They are Quality Coats in every sense of the word; they come from manufacturers whose reputation for turn ing out the newest and best is world wide. They are shown in BOLIVIA, POMPOM, CRYS TAL CORD, VELOUR, SILVERTONE, BROADCLOTH AND VELVET. Collars of Skunk, Hudson Seal, Australian Opossum and self-materials. Hundreds of Beautiful Waists Saturday will be a day of special value giving in our Waist Department. Hundreds of dainty Waists in Georgette, Crepe de Chine and Satin are marked at a special price. Styles to suit all tastes. These Are $5 and $5.98 Values Buy for Christmas! Pure Linen Handkerchiefs Buy for Christmas! ' Bolivia Coats, $32.50 Full fancy silk lined bollvla, with ripple back and all-around belt?large ahoulder collar of seal plush?usually $40. Suede Velour Coat, $3456 New plaited back??llk lined?navy, black, brown, bison and taupe?usually $45. Broadcloth Coats, $3&50 Full lined broadcloth coats, belied and'full ripple backs?new scarf collar?brown, taupe, navy and ^^black?usually $40. S Overtone Coats, $39.59 Beautiful mossy ellvertone, with large ahoulder collar and pockets?brown, taupe, green, bur qundy, plum and black?uaually $47.50. w FMMraarsnoorsr^jzLLEni * * r J/TAZCT KW Cold Weather?Week-End Sales The weather makes the purchase necessary?the week-end events ease the buying!, Every preparation made for a big shopping day tomorrow! Winter Suits Week-End Frocks Fur-Trimmed Suits, $68.75 Beautiful Duvet de Lalne and Sllverton* Suits, with Hudson aeal, nutria and beaver collars? usually $79.50 to $85.00. Suede Velour Suits, $33.75 Youthful models, with new panel back and large scarf collar?navy, brown, taupe and burgundy? usually $45JQ. / Tailored Suits, $28.75 Straight line and belted Jackets, with notched and large velvet collars?navy and black gabardine ?usually $35.00. Braid-Trimmed Suits, $32.75 Serge or Gabardine Suits?with flat allk braid trimmings?smartly tailored?uaually $40.00 and Wool Jersey Dresses, $29.75 Every one wants Jersey?smart styles with long tunics and ahort Jackets?tan, taupe, copen and brown?usually $35 and $38.50. Satin Frocks, $19.75 For daytime wear?touches of napd embroidery? allk fringe and braid trimmed ? navy, brown, taupe, plum and black?usually $27.50. Satin and Crepe de Chine Frocks, $24.75 New ^straight line plaited style*?long tunic. Jacket and blouse models Georgette crepe vests snd collars?silk braidings?usually $30. Serge Dresses, $23.73 Rusalan blouse with silk cord girdle, long plaited tunlo and panel styles, with silk fringe?navy, black and brown?uaually $30. Separate Skirts Winter Coat* New Wool Voile Skirts, $10.75 Dressy box plaited skirt, made over silk drop: wide girdle; black?uaually $15. Skirts, $9.75 Smart, youthful model In fine gabardine, trimmed with three rows of allk braid?navy or black? usually $14.50. ~ Panel Plaited Skirts, $7.75 New panel plaited eklrt in fine all-wool serge wide girdle and button trimming?navy and black? usually $9.50 and $10.50. Serge Skirts, $5.75 All-wool serge skirt, tailored style, with gath wed^ backs and button trlmmeo pocket*?usually Blouse Special SHOES Popular lasts in this high-grade footwear, striking in appearance and celebrated for their perfect-fitting quality- JJQ ^ A variety including High-cut Mili tary Heel Lace Boots in sulover black kid; black kid vamps with fieldmouse or taupe craven ette tops and dark liberty brown calf vamps with crave nette tops to match. $12 Pair French Heel, High-cut Dress Boots in black and dark brown kid, also white and fawn suede. Many of these boots were made to sell at $14 and $16 pair, but $12 is now our -maxi mum price. Department- Main There Is Real Quality in GOLD STRIPE "SILK STOCKINGS In the shades you want to match the fall shoe tops? $1.75 Pair t Regular or extra wide MmA leveral hundred dozen wMPB just received make it pos sible to please you tomor row. * ? With silk garter tops, $2.25 pair. - Gold Stripe Silk Stock ings are guaranteed not to "run" from garter clasp cuts. They _ wear 1 better than many lisle stockings, as hundreds of women have found out. No. 312?The Red Stripe ?same patented features, but with mock seam See this stocking?$1.25 pair. Blouses, Special, $2.75 New style In crepe de chine, stripe<* taffeta and Pussy willow?also fine cotton voile*?hand em broidered, hemstitched, fine tucks and lace trim ming. White, flesh, navy and black?usually $3.50 to $6.00. BloniM, ^47S Fine assortment of new blouses In Georgette crepe, washable satin, net, taffeta and atriped aat n-JBaled panels-braided coilar*_lac*.trimi5ied frill*?hemstitched vests and fine tucked yokes? fleah, white and suit shade*?usually $6.00 to $7.50. O. r?Aut of MtttaK 1 Albert L Bw of Dallaa. To*.. K. Shir* af Book*a, Tex. William R. Ortoa aad Doratkr ft. flmu. Cbarlea G. Grime* and Imcj K. Burl*?. William 0. Miller and KUaabath C. TBMaa Chariea If. Martin a ad Lcwdla Y. Daniel ' " " - "Some flrl* ou't nt ?tm * lirtitw to Mow I kan "No. yon haven't, croon." TboyTo too >1 Boot That Will Gve All-Around Satisfaction A really unassuming little boot, bat a dash and smartness to its lines that could not help bat add a touch of style to any daytime costume. And as for comfort?well, in the thick of your hardest undertakings youll just "bless" this boot for the comfort it's giving you. It's a Red Cross Shoe Model and has the flexible sole that insures absolute foot comfort. In dark tan calf, the price is $11.00 R. EHRLICH, Fine Footwear for the Family 3016 Fourteenth St. N.W. Washington, D. C. Open Evenings Until IM. J not Above ColankU Road. Uetv^forh Washington (Parif MISSES' AND GIRLS' NEW APPAREL FOR COLLEGE AND SCHOOL AND EVERY WINTER OCCASION INDIVIDUAL STYLES AT MODERATE PRICES: Misses' Suit& ...$35.00 to $167.50 225.00 Misses' Coats 21.50 to Misses' Hats 5.00 to Misses' Dresses 24.50 to Girls' Woolen Dresses 7.50 to Girls' Washable Dresses 2.50 to Mar Hof, Sailor, Peter Thompson, Russian, "Rosemary" and other college and school dresses 15.00 to Children's Coats 7.50 to Children's Dresses - 1.50 to Children's Hats 1.50 to "Mary Ellen" Frocks 7.50 to High School Middy Blouses, special.. High School Bloomers 1.50 and SWEATERS RAINCOATS SEPARATE SKIRTS BATHROBES RIDING HABITS UNDERWEAR (Fifth Floor) 27-50 135-00 45-00 25.00 4500 45-00 12.50 18.50 15.00 1.00 i-95 SlflttekGmur tThirteenti Correct Dress for Women?801 Pit. Ave. N.W. ift Sale Of Women's Stylish Coats, Suits, Dresses a. $20 and Up ?The sale sensation of the season?the sale that many of your friends and neighbors have already profited by?so Why Hesitate to Save $5 ?when by comparing the qualities, styles and prices of the apparel you'll see in other stores you will satisfy yourself that the $5 Cash Discount Coupon really means an addi tional saving of $5 of the regular marked price of any Suit, Coat or Dress in our splendid stock. So Clip the Coupon Now, date it and sign your name and address. Use it as $5 cash in paying for any Suit, Coat or Dress in stock at $20 and up. Only one coupon can be used in settlement for each purchase, and this offer expires Monday, November 11,1918. When properly dated and signed, this 1911 CASH DISCOUNT COUPON Is good for FIVE DOLLARS in settlement for any WOMAN'S SUIT, COAT OR DRESS in the house selling-for $20 or' more. This Discount Coupon must be used on or before Monday, No vember 11, 1918, and it must be dated and signed by the purchaser. Name Address MILTON R. NEY, Ml Pa. Ave, "Wartime Thrift Sale"