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Special Sale of
Suits and Coats
The suits are in Velours, Broadcloth, Ox
fords, Silv?rtones and Serges. Some trimmed
with fur, others strictly tailored in all desir
able colors and all sizes.
The coats are Velours. Silvertones, Broad
cloth, and Plush, all trimmed with fur and
neatly tailored in the most fashionable styles,
colors and shades.
These suits and coats are selling in the
downtown stores from S65.00 to $100.00.
Specially priced for Saturdav.
1328 7th Street N W.
Furrier for Fifteen Years
G at Twelfth Street
From maker to wearer
Oar Mr. Bertram Cohn per
sonally selects the skins and
superintends the matching and
making. This insures "Cohn
Quality" throughout.
Buy Now
Furs are advancing and the
supply is limited?we are for
tunate in having a large assort
ment on hand.
Not the Cheapest, but the Best at the Price
the Original FOOT FORM
Boots and Oxfords for Men,
Women and Children.
I A Splendid
"Foot-Form" Boot
I For Women
A Dressy Model
In Several Effects
Black?With Black, Gray or Brown
It is first of all a "Foot Form"
Boot possessing those elements of
designing that mean perfect fit and
corrective points in last, assuring
comfort, service, value.
The Price, $9.50
Our Professional Shoe Fit
ters advise as well as fit
shoes, and assure you a de
gree of satisfaction that is a
big asset in EDMONSTON'S
FIT??We will look after that.
Andrew Betz. Manager
1334 F Street
Advlacrv and Authorities on ^A.11 Foot Troubles
New York
Furrier and Ladies' Smart Wear
G at Twelfth Street
For Saturday's Selling
$35.00 and $40.00
Silk and Tricotine;
smart new models.
Special, $24.50
$55.00 and $60.00
Some fur*trimmed.
All approved nfodets
of the season.
Special, $39.50
$200 Seal Coats. Speial fj gQt QQ
$200 Marmot Coats. Special. $135.00
/ Lot Fox Scarf s. Special $42,50
ADCX), who has been the
truest of the President and
Mrs. Wilson at the White
House for some days, left
Washington this morning for her
home in New York.
Senator Frank B. Kellogg: will enter
tain at dinner this evening in honor of
Col. Robert E. Olds, who is In charge
of the Red Cross work in Paris, and
Mrs. Olds, who are his house guests.
Mrs. Kellogg is in St. Paul, where she
will remain until after Thanksgiving.
The French ambassador and Mme.
Jusserand were hosts at a luncheon at
the embassy yesterday entertaining the
delegates from France to the interna
tional labor conference and the mem
bers of the embassy staff.
Princess Lubomlnskl. wife of the new
Polish minister, held a reception at the
New Willard Hotel yesterday in honor
of the Polish delegates to the interna
tional conference of Women's Trade
Representative and Mrs. Ira C. Cop
ley will entertain informally at dinner
this evening in compliment to their
housf (Tuests. Mrs. George McCaulev of
San Francisco and Mrs. Godfrey Holter
hoff of Los Angeles.
| The director of the consular service I
I and Mrs. Wilbur J. Carr will entertain
j a box party at the concert to be given
; this afternoon by Frieda Hempel, when i
?their guests will include Mrs. Geerge
| S. Patton, her sister, Mrs. Keith Mer
! rill, wife of the United States vice con
sul in Ix>ndon: Mrs. Ezra Koon and
' Mr. William Phillips.
Maj. and Mrs. Guy T. Scott will pre
sent their young daughter. Miss Agnes
Scott, at a ball at Rauscher's Friday,
I January 2. Miss Scott is the grand
: daughter of former Senator and Mrs.
i Nathan B. Scott and she is among the
most charming of the season's debu
Dr. and Mrs. William Gerry Mor
gan will preseent their daughter, Miss
Myra Morgan, to society at a recep
tion and dance at the Hotel Lafayette .
from 9 to 11 o'clock on the evening
of Monday. November 24.
Miss Helen McLanahan, daughter of |
Mrs. George X. McLanahan, will be '
formally presented to society at a j
tea to be given Wednesday, Decern
ber 10, at the family residence, 2031 .
Q street.
Col. and Mrs. George S. Patton j
were hosts at dinner last evening. '
entertaining in honor of Mrs. Keith j
Merrill, wife of the United States vice j
consul at London, who is their house I
guest. j
Judge and Mrs. Sidney Ballou and '
the latter's daughter. Mlsn Elisabeth 1
Burnett, will go to Princeton for the
Princeton-Harvard game and the
prom and remain away over the week
end. .
Mr. Cayetano Quesada has arrived .
in Washington to assume his duties i
as vice consul attached to the Cuban
legation. He Is the cousin of a for
mer minister, the late Dr. Quesada.
and was for three years vice consul
in New York.
Gen. Pershing- will attend the per
formance at the Crandall Knicker
bocker Thoater at 4 o'clock this after
noon, when, with the Seecretary of
War, he will see himself in pictures
showing his farewell to France and
I his welcome in this country. The
I exhibition will be private, only of
ficers and officials of the War De
partment being present.
Gen. Pershing entertained a num
ber of officers at luncheon yesterday
at the New Willard.
Maj. and Mrs. Parker W. West have
with them as guests at the Soldiers'
Home Maj. and Mrs. Joseph L Han
ley, who will be with them for some
time. Maj. Hanley, who spent eight
een months overseas, has been as
signed to the inspector general's of
Mrs. William Miller Graham and her
daughter, Miss Gerald!ne Graham of
Santa Barbara. Calif., have taken Mrs.
George Howard's residence, 1008 ltth
street, for a short period.
Mme. Quesada, widow of the former
minister from Cuba to Washington,
with her daughter and son left Wash
ington this afternoon after spending
several weeks here at their home on
Massachusetts avenue. They will go
to Havana, where Mr. Quesada will
interest himself In one of his father's
plantations. Mme. Quesada left her
home here to be leased, furnished,
when her late husband was sent
abroad as Cuban minister, but during
her visit Just concluded has shipped
her effects to Cuba. She and her fam
ily will return here in the spring.
Mrs. Korn, wife of Maj. Louis Korn,
U. S. A., has returned to her home on
Columbia road, after a visit of three
months In San Francisco.
Miss Katherlne Horner Is the guest
of Miss Elisabeth Eugster, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Eugster. for a
short time before joining her parents.
Bishop and Mrs. Horner, at AsheTllle,
N. C.
Miss Dorothy Mae Boyle of Philadel
phia and Mr. Randolph M. Rawlette
of Alexandria. Va., were married yes
terday at the parsonage of the Waugh
M. E. Church, the pastor. Rev. Dr.
Howard F. Downs, officiating. Mr. and
Mrs. Rawlette left Immediately after for
a northern trip.
During the oceupanoy of their house
by the Prince of Wales, Mr. and Mrs.
Perry Belmont will be at the Ward
man Park Inn. They arrived here last
The second large dinner dance of
the series being given at the Wash
ington barracks by the officers at
tached to the General Staff College
will take place this evening. (Jen.
James W. MeAndrews. president of
the General Staff College, and Mrs.
MeAndrews will have a party dining
with them.
A Brilliant Benefit.
Society folk In large numbers at
tended the matinee performance at
tte Belaseo yesterday afternoon and
the cabaret supper and style show last
night at Wardman Park Hotel, both
events being for the benefit of the
Serbian relief, with the minister of
the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes as Its
head. The same artists?Lady Swath
Wife of the delegate of Porto Iilro In
CongTPRn, ii (hanniiiK addition to
congressional mcirt; In the capital.
liner. Mr A. F. M. Greig, secretary of
the temporarily attached diplomats of
the Iiritish embassy; Mr. Charles 11c
Cann, Mrs Clarence O'Connor. Fri
anda and baby Alice. Morse, a true
embodiment of the principals of
rhythm?grave the entertainment both
afternoon and evening, with a de
lightful showing of new gowns for
all times of the day, worn by pretty
models, as an additional attraction in
the evening.
In the way of special features at the
evening entertainment were the Turk
ish coffee table, presided over by Mrs.
Sherman Miles, who wore a Turkish
costume; the fortune-telling booth,
where Mrs. William Miller Graham
and Mrs. Hanna of California were in
charge; the picture booth, where
prints were sold by Mme. Tsamados,
wife of the minister from Greece, and
a table where Princess Ghlka was in
terested In Czechoslovak embroideries.
The supper was preceded and fol
lowed by dancing m the promenade
and there were card tables for those
who preferred to play.
The large ballroom, where the sup
per was served, was gay with lights,
fower-decked tables and a screen
covered with many colored balloons
back of the stage. A long table down
the center of the room and separating
the supper tables was used as a
promenade for the Btyle show and for
the bit of a baby dancer, while others
on the program also made use of It.
The ushers at the supper dance In
cluded Mr. Effingham Lawrence Town
send, Mr. Ralph Snowden Hill. Com
mander Theodore Jewell, Mr. Arthur
Bradley Campbell, Capt. Roy R. Glen
and Mr. Richard Flournoy.
Mrs. Thomas R. Marshall was the
guest of Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh at her
table for the supper dance and others
with her were Mrs. Alan Daugherty
and Miss Amaryllis Gillett.
Mrs. John B. Henderson had at her
table Mrs. Davis Ireland, Mr. George
Davis and Mr. John B. Henderson.
Mrs. Charles Boughton Wood en
tertained besides her niece, Lady John
stone, Mr. Henry Getty Chilton and
Commodore L. E. O. Charlton of the
British embassy staff; Miss Morgan and
Dr. Thomas Lee.
Others at tables were the minister
of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes and
Mme. Groultch, Lord ?nd Lady
Swaythling. Senator Thomas J. Walsh.
Senator David I. Walsh. Mr. Raymond
T. Baker, MaJ. Gen. and Mrs. George
Barnett. Miss Gordon. Miss Anne
Gordon, Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins, Dr.
and Mrs. Tom Williams, Capt. and
Mrs. C. C. Calhoun. Miss Marguerite
Symons. the secretary of the Serbian
legation and Mme. Lazarevitch. Mrs.
Russell Harrison. Mrs. H. A. Williams,
Princess Ghlka. Mrs. Hampton Gary,
Surgeon General Rupert Blue, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Tuckerman. Mrs. Alexander
Gait. Mrs. James Carroll Fraser, Dr.
and Mrs. Walter Wells. Mrs. Pos
White, Mr. and Mrs. Effingham Town
send, Miss Ruth Hitchcock, Miss
Carolyn Nash. Mrs. Harold Walker,
Mrs. Miller Graham and Miss Geral
dine Miller Graham of California.
Mrs. Claud* Mayo. Miss Mildred
Bromwell, Miss Alice Bhepard, Mrs.
Robert Glen. Capt. Roy R. Glen. Mr. A
Madame Helena
Ber return from Paris ?o ffaahlot
ton to reopen her eatablluhment of
Gowns and Millinery
rmzwoH fxfe&tb.
Stylish remodeling af Fan ui downs.
1817 Kalonuna Rom!
North 91M far eppaiataent.
1110 F Street
Adjoining Columbia Theater.
Latest models of QOSSARD
Front Lac* and Best Makes
of Back Lace Corsets.
Exclusive designs of net*
tires, pajamas, vests, teddies,
bloomers, pettibockers, etc.
Kayser and Vanity Pair
Complete assortment of
Quality Hosiery.
Expert fitting service wttb
oat charge.
Washington New York
Sale of Switches
Real hair; 3 stems. A real
bargain. Judge for yourself.
HThe strongest links in our chain of
*? stores are our satisfied customers
St mat
cor. *Mrs. "willIam" BeMen " Nobl#, Mr*.
Sherman Miles, Mrs. James McDonald,
Mr. Arthur B. Campbell. Col. and Mrs.
William Cary Sanger, Mr. George Oak
ley Totten, l,ieut. Philippe Bxrbier,
Lieut. Bartolucci-Dundas, the Misses de
Gana, Mrs. Lelos A. Blodgett, Miss ,
Blodgett, Miss Mons Blodfrett. Miss
Martha Fltzpatrlck, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Wardman, Miss Margaret Germond, Mr.
Charles McCann and Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Mrs. Marshall wore an exquisite gown
of gold brocade, with tulle on the cor
sage. Mme. Grouiteh wore a beautiful
sown of heavy Ivory-tinted satin, the
bodice of tulle tncrusted with rhine- i
stones and jet. Her wrap was of white j
brocade with a deep collar of moleskin, j
and she wore a coronet of diamonds. |
I.ady Swhythllng wore a gown of em
erald (irreen charmeuse. the uppor part
of green tulle, emhroidered in gold, with
a band of sable edging: the short tunic.
She wore superb diamond ornaments.
Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh wore black
velvet and tulle, elaborately trimmed
with jet.
I>ady Alan Johnstone wore a stunning
gown of very dark preen charmeuse,
with the corsage and sleeve draperies of
bright green tulle, with * diadem of
emeralds in her hair and diamond cor
sage ornaments. i
In the afternoon Mrs. Henry F.
Dlmock had in her box Mme. Jusser
and, Mme. Hans Sulzer and her sister,
Mme. de Sails; Mrs. William McClel
lan Ritter and Mrs. James Carroll
The Spanish ambassador and Mme. j
de Hlano were the guests of Mrs.
John B. Henderson In her box. and
she also entertained the Swedish
minister and Mme. Kkengren. Count
Goran Rosen of the Swedish legation
and Mr. John B. Henderson.
Others in the audience Included Mrs.
Julian James. Mrs. Stephen B. Klkins.
Mrs. Gibson Fahnestock. Mrs. Breck
inridge Lonir. Mrs. Marshall Field.
Mrs. Frederick Atherton. Mrs. Har
old Walker. Mrs. Alexander Gait and
Mrs. Walter Tuckerman. all of whom
entertained box parties; Mrs. Carroll
Fraaer. Mrs. Walter Tuckerman. Mr.
and Mrs. Sylvanus Stokes. Mrs. Law
rence Townsend. Mrs. Henrv C. Cor
bin. Miss Sophie Siebert. Mrs. Henry
P. Parker, Mrs. Robert Glen, Mrs.
Francis S. Nash. Miss Alice Shepard.
Mrs. James Mclj >nald, Mrs. Frances
Adams Halstead, Mrs. Robert Hinck
ley. Those selling programs yester
day and today included Miss Alice
Shepard, Miss Peggy Martin, Miss
Delphlne Heyl. Miss Betty Grove. Miss
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Ida Walters
1415 G Sif
For Saturday!
New Hats
Values Up <?C~
to $20 For %pO
Some strikingly
fetching interpreta
tions of the newest
millinery modes in
Dress, Street Hats,
etc. ? many with
touches of fur, me
tallic and other smart
trimmings. We sug
gest an early call
Hat*, $9; Values Up to $20
Woman Dead and Score Injured as
Remit of 7am ill Buffalo.
BUFFALO, N. Y.. November 7.?One
woman is dead and a score of per
sons suffered Injuries as the result
of a rush by a crowd of 10,000 on the
doors of the 85th Regiment armory
hero yesterday afternoon at the open
ing of a sale of Army goods. Mrs
Kmma Baumeister, sixty-five, fainted
in the crush and died in an ambulance
' on the way to a hospital. The injured
were jammed against the rough stone
wall of the armory, many being badly
1 cut.
A riot call was necessary to summon
enough policemen to restore order.
( Police Chief Higglns directed the
Army offlosr* to call off ths Mia for
the day.
Three Americans Escape Fatal
Railway Disaster.
GENEVA, November ?Three
Americans, MaJ. William Hereford, H.
Frank Persons of the International
Red Cross and Mrs. Helen Goetchell.
a sister of Mary Garden, the opera
singer, are among the passengers who
have arrived here after escaping from
the railway wreck on the Paris, Lyon
and Mediterranean road Monday night
Th<?-e passengers, wlio escaped the fate
of the eighteen dead and sixty Injured,
were thirty-six hours en route reaching
Smut Gowai and M>ttw S
kade ro oun
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Join the American Red Cross!
Saturday the young girl and the youthful woman will find big special oppor
tunities here.
Sued* Valour,
Duv?t de Laine,
Misses' Coats,
Regularly $69.50 and $75 00
ETS. Coats that appeal in every way! Fabrics
that are favored: FROST GLOW, DUVET DE
A fine array of coats youthful in aspect because
.of ripple peplums just below a tight bodice, full
backs shirred into deep yokes, blouse backs and
raglan sleeves extending to hip yokes. Brown,
I- beaver, reindeer, faisan, green, navy and taupe.
Misses' and Juniors9 Coats
Special at $23.75
Misses' slzea, 14 to 18 years. Juniors', 13 to 1t ytars.
Carefully designed styles that are suited for
young people?navy, brown, green, gray, Copenhagen
blue and taupe shades, in warm velour de laine,
camel's hair and velour imperial. Half and fall silk
lined, with full backs, deep yokes and many kind*
of collars.
Misses' Suits, $53.50
Regularly $69.50 to $79.50
Beautiful Fur-trimmed Suits that want to
be worn by the fastidious young girl. A big
group of fine fabric suits?Velour de Laine.
Rayonner Cloth, Silvertone, Tinseltone, Suedine.
Even the colors are for-youth: Nut brown,
dragon fly, beaver, navy, Pompeian red, cocoa
brown, faisan and reindeer. Fur at collars, cuffs
and pockets, in styles with ripple peplums, blouse
or panel backs, corded and tucked pockets. A
prict most exceptional!
Misses' Frocks, $21.75
Regularly $35.00 and $40.00
Girlish Afternoon Frocks of satin or taffeta.
The colors?navy, brown, taupe and black?are
the only conservative feature of these charming
youthful dresses with their puffed tunics, ruffled
skirts, French or draped bodices and short bell
or long close-fitting sleeves. Many social events
of school days met by these dresses. Some
Styles that will become the small and younger
Overblouses Now in Vogue
?BW Overblouses?$19.75 ~
A reduction of many of our love
liest and most distinguished blouses,
Heavy Georgette Crepe, Satin or
Crepe de Chine Blouses, elaborately
braided or embroidered in silk floss
or gold thread. Short sleeves are a
noted feature as well as the fringe
edged peplum. Silk cord girdles fall*
loosely about the waist line. Jet
beads enrich some models. Suit
shades?white and flesh color.
Illustrated: At Isft?Costume over.
blouse In light shsdss with beautiful
color contraat worked out In the allk
floss embroidery. $19.75.
At right?Brown georgette crepe, em
broidered In gold thresd ? collarleaa
model that Immediately appeals. $20.50
blouse at $19.75.
JXCuimirafaim fr fo
7th St
> Women's and Misses'
Winter Coats
A Collection That Outranks Any We
Have Ever Shown at
Come prepared to find wonderful values. You will
fall in love at once with their elegant quality, perfect
lines, excellent fit and smart trimmings. Velours, Seal
Plush, Silvertones, Cheviots and Novelty Tweeds.
Women's and Misses'
Cloth Coats
Fur Trimmed
Handsome belted and straight line coats developed In Polo Cloth,
Cashmere, Velour, Tinseltonea, Heather Mixtures, Broadcloth. Leather,
Beaver Plush, Seal Plush and novelties. Genuine fur collars of Seal,
Marten and other fur9. November values which women will appreciate.
New Tricotine and Serge Dresses
Smart new styles In the usual high standard of quality and work~
manship characteristic of Cunningham's.

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