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| Attention Women!!
I Shoes Reduced We are placing on sale for this week sev- |. r eral styles of high-grade footwear taken from |. J ? inur regular stock. These hieh shoes are of Gray : 111 / v Nubuck, Patent Colt and Vici Kid leathers. The |* | daintiness and charm of these shoes are fully 'I* I expressed in the styles we are showing at A I ' $*7.95 _ 1 M ^ % Formerly Sold at $10 and $11 :ssS!,s!^ I Women's Stylish Gray Boots $7 and $8 Values, Now ^ M F* Not all sizes?come early tor tirst tP/| ox/tJ choice. Buy Your Silk Hosiery Here and Save Black,' white or cordovan colors. $2.50 and $3 /h Af? qualities tp J. %/%} Genuine Wool Hose, all sizes & colors. $2.50 I Hooper Bros., 911 Pa. Ave. N.W. ^ "The Best Advertised Store in Washington" Come bi Tomorrow BUY A PATHE PHONOGRAPH I ? ' Any Model Except 3 or 6 And We Will Give You \ $25 . . Worth Pathe Records FREE A Small Deposit Will Reserve Your Pathe for Xmas Delivery McHugh & Lawson 927 G St N.W. Home of the Celebrated Hallet & Davis Pianos and Player-Pianos aHWiii^giiiaiii^ I Army and Navy Goods I Commercialized 1 WHOLESALE RETAIL I Thousands of Dollars' Worth Purchased From | U. S. Government at a Fraction of 1 Their Original Cost ?| Men's 0. D. Mackinaw Coats. $9.75 Men's Cotton Underwear 95c M Men's Raincoats $5.95 Men's Fleece Underwear. ... $1.15 j | Men's 0. D. Shirts $2.50 Men's Wool Socks 50c j| Men's Slip-over Sweaters... .$1.25 Men's Jersey Overshirts. . . .$1.95 | Men's Wool Breeches/ $1.50 0. D. Blankets. . . $4.95 i fg Men's Overalls or Jumpers. . .$1.00 Comforts $1.95 1 M Russet Shoes $3.25 i Many Other Items Too Numerous to Mention j i KANAWHA SUPPLY COMPANY | | 926 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W. J Phone Franklin 7447 5? Army Notes. 52 gj Brig. Gen. Biichard L. Hoxie. I*. S. A., retire?, after spending the sum- i g mer at liis country place, returned P to Washington for the autumn. Gen. S and Mrs. lioxie are now at Miami, g Fla., where they have one of the most attractive winter homes in that re? gion. which each season finds an ing creasingly large number of resident P Army families. w Miss Hortense He-Smith. daughter ig of the late Maj. Gen. Joseph Le-Smith. j p U. S. A-. has come to Washington and | gj is spending the season at the Arlingg ton Hotel. *3 Maj. Oscar Westover. U. S. A. ac- | eompanied by Mrs. Westover and 2 their two children. Kathryn and j w Charles, left the city recently for S station at Koss Field. Arcadia, Fla.. g to which post Maj. Westover has been fef detailed for a course at the Army Balloon School. I iy Col. Charles H. Barth. U. S. A., and P Mrs. Barth are at the Shorehum upon | eg liiu latter ? recent return lrom uuryati, , jy where she visited her son. -Lieut. , ra George B. Barth. U. S. A. They leased 5 their home, 1'03G O street, for the ( g season. ! . P; This property has been taken by jjSj Commander K. A. Todd, I*. S. X. Col. jyj Barth is in Washington on temporary duty with the infantry board of refe view and at the termination of this C detail will, with Mrs. Barth. return to ' ifcj] station at Cantp Lee, Ya. 83 l Maj. Benjamin Jr. Jacobson. I". S. ? A., an* Mrs. Jacobson, with their j5 guest. Miss Marjorie G. Hough, P are settled for the season in their i >3 a|>artinent recently leased at "151 , ijg California street. . ra Maj. Harry 11. Pritchett, I'. S. A.. 6 and Mrs. Pritchett, who regently KJ went for station to Baltimore, have p located for the season at the Belvedere Hotel. ' ig Capt. Paul B. Harm. Ik S. A., and is Mrs. Harm, who recently arrived here I !i3 from Fort Sheridan. 111., are at the i IBanerol/t Hotel. ! Brig. Gen. David L. Brainard. | U. S. A., and Mrs. Brainard will make j , their home this season at 1S25 Q \ street, which they have leased from ' Mrs. Frank Denny, widow of Col. Denny. U. S. M. C. I-ieut. Col. Robert Sterrett, U. S. A., ' and Mrs Sterrett are at the Oakj land, 2006 Columbia road, where they hav . leased an apartment for the * winter. 1 iv is. John R. Young, mother of ' Capt. Cordon It. Young, I*. S. A., left the city recently to visit her son j at Charleston, S. C., where he is sta- i tioned. l Col. D. If. Gienty, I". S. A., and 1 Mrs. Gienty, who recently went to Chicago, where t"he former was or- ( dereil on recruiting duty, have lo- 1 cated for the season at the Sherburn Beach apartments, at 6219 Sheridan i road. i Maj. William Hampton Prosser, j U. S. A., and Mrs. Prosser have gone i to Philadelphia, where they will spend the'winter at 736 Pine street. ; where they have leased an apartment. Maj. John T. Sayles, U. S. A., and ; --J Mrs. Sayles, with their daughter. Miss i n""" Mary Alice Sayles, have an apart- i nient for the winter at Wardman ' Park Hotel. I Col. N. F. McCljire, L*. S. A., and Mrs. i McClure liave gone for station to' Fort Leavenworth, Kan., where the former has been detailed to duty at the disciplinary barracks. Brig. Hen. Clarence P. Townsley, U. S. A., and Mrs. Townsley have purchased a permanent home on O street. This will be welcome news to thMr wide circle of Army friends. Mrs. W. A. Kaborg. wife of Maj. Raborg. U. S. A., accompanied by their children, has gone to Knoxville, Tenn., to join her husband, who was recently detailed to duty there. Maj. William T. Carpenter, with Mrs. Carpenter and young Billy Carpenter, has gone for the winter to Stockton, Calif. Mr. Millard Stave Curtis, wife of Lieut. Curtis. U. S. A., will sail December 6 to join her husband, at Manila. Prior to sailing Mrs. Curtis will make a brief visit to relatives, Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Provost, at their home in San Francisco. Lieut. Robert P. Mortimer, V. S. A.. accompanied by Mrs. Mortimer, will sail for station in the Philippines on the December transport. Mrs. Harry Otis Perley, widow of Col. Perley, U. S. A., after spending the autumn on an automobile trip, arrived in Washington last week and during her stay in the city is at the New Willard. Maj. Harry G. Bartlett, U. S. A., and Mrs. Bartlett have gone to Baltimore, where they have located for the season at No. 916 St. Paul street. Capt. Walter D. Vail. U. S. A., who was recently called from the city by ttia 11 Innaa n# ttia TvantVior lioa rot nenarl ' CUC tilUOOS V4 UI0 IllVkilbli llt*0 l^kUIIICU j to duty in tbe office of the surgeon i general. Lieut. Grafton S. Kennedy, U. S. A., and Mrs. Kennedy will spend the win- I ter at Clarendon, Va., where they I have leased a house at No. 722 Pop- , lar avenue. Lieut, and Mrs. Kennedy recently returned to the'city from a visit to Detroit. Col. I. C. Jenks. U. S. A., accompa- 1 nied by Mrs. Jenks, has gone for station to Camp Benning, Ga., where the former has been detailed to a course at the infantry school. MiBS Dorothy Jenks will remain at Smith College until the holidays, when she will go to Columbus to visit her parents. Lieut. Ray R. Delhauer, C. S. A., has gone to San Francisco, where he will be honorably discharged from the service. Following this Lieut. Delhauer will return to Washington. Lieut. Welchel, U. S. A., accompa- ' nled by Mrs. Welchel and their young ; daughter Martha will leave this week i for his new detail at Puget sound. MaJ. Devers, If. S. A., and Mrs. De- I ?J * ( Ted Lewis' Feature | Fox Trot "Fair One" = Ted Lepras' Jazz Band is now repeat' = ing in Chicago its phenomenal New = York success. Thafs where these ex= elusive Columbia artists recorded "Fair Hi One" and "Gypsy Moon," the two catch= iest fox-trots of the year. A-2998?$1.00 HI A Few Mara Mid-Month Hit? m ?x? E= I Told Yaa So Marion HarrUJ * = That Nonwktr WAs?Violin Solo J = Eddy Brown Ut-Mt = Taw Em Mm TaU Mo ? ? i SI.00 = Violin Solo Eddy Browaj == Tkmt M?fci' Mrforfy- For-trot V = Paul Bieae Trio U-lMt = IIm li II r II r$l*o = Paul Bieae Trio J = llmBin Twffifbt?-Medley Walt* S = Columbia Oreheatra IA-B188 = Ob -im mil Bay-Medley Walt* f$1.25 ? Columbia OrcheatraJ 1 Near Proeona Calmbla towfc I ? Individ ually inapected. Durable, deUcht? ful. dependable, accurate in every detail. J H . right in the heai H /farF^55*!- extra trouble; n H H ===# and hear the ne1 | Jjrj]| Columb B flf?f-J] Are the same pri M w * is different. H = H?<UU vidualized. The M p'rmodels are the 1 = ' u **'? condition. Selec M this store of per | Quality Coli | 1307 F 1 Opposite the P> ' 1 -ers enjoyed a visit last week at tl [uarters at West Point from the er's father. Mr. Frank Lyon, who iow returned to his home in Ws ngton. Lieut. Arthur B. Proctor, T7. S. t ho has been stationed for the l wo years at aLngley Field. Va. harge of the utilities departm !as sailed for his new post at Pi "ranee. Lieut. Arthur L. Smith, I". S. A.., ompanied by Mrs. Smith and nother, has gone for station to Po nouth, N. H. Miss Dorothy Gowen. daughtei ?ol. James B. Gowen. U. S. A., Mrs. Gowen. has left the city to t elatives in New York, after w] the will rejoin her parents, at Washington barracks. Mrs. Frederick E. Moir. widow -apt. Moir, U. S. A., has gone to 1 Warren, Mass.. where she will si he next few weeks with her brot' in-law and sister. Chaplain and Praser. Some time in December i Moir. accompanied by her two < 3ren. will go to California lor remainder of the winter. Maj. Meade Wildrick. l*. S. A.. fompanied by Mrs. Wildrick and t young daughter Belle went last v for station at Camp Eustic, Va. Col. HugginS, U. S. A., and Huggins made a short visit to 1 Monroe, where they were the gu >f Maj. W. N. Hc-nsley. U. S. A., Mrs. Hensley. Lieut. Col. Parker Hitt. U. S. A.. Mrs. Hitt have visiting them at t ijUarters, at Washington barra the latter's mother. Mrs. F. E. Yc of Ssan Antonio. Tex., who is b generally entertained by the A families at the post. Lieut. H. C. Wriston. U. S. A.. Mrs. Wriston will leave this week a. fortnight's visit in Boston. Lieut. J. W. Signer, U. S. A., gone to Arcadia. Fla., for a cours instruction as pilot in the air ser Mrs. Signer and their son Chester visiting in Duluth, Minn., but shortly go to Langley Field, Va await the return of Lieut. Signei Capt. Winemlller, U. S. A., act panied by Mrs. Winemiller, has I for station to Camp Pike, Ark. Mrs. Page, widow of Gen. Page. 1 f\.. made a short visit last week to <on-in-law and daughter. Lieut, ieorge S. Simonds, U. S. A., and iimonds. at the Washington barra Brig. Gen. James W. Andjejy. X :V. and Mrs. Andrew are enjoyir month's visit at the Washington f.... ?n the latter's niece, Helen McCauley. Capt. J. C. Grant. U. S. A.; Mrs. G ind their little daughter have i for station to Fort Bliss. Tex. Mrs. W. P. Coleman, wife of Coleman, U. S. A., accompanied Iheir three, children, has gone to C Benning to join her husband, who recently detailed to duty at that 1 Col. Alfred W. Bjornstad, U. S !ind Mrs. Bjornstad, who recently Washington for his new post at Snelling. Minn., where he is in t mand of yie 49th Infantry, have 1 fntcrtained since their arrival I "Destroy Permanently Und sirable Hairs and Roots" No electricity nor chemicals. Home tn ment. Guaranteed. Stamp brings part lars. Isis Co., Ann Arbor, Mid Quality, Style, Servu Millinery De Luxe Milady is assured of tli things when she purcha her hat at O'Connell's: Highest quality, greai value, most exclusive st Even for those who see] I hat at a modest price shop affords special adv *3 rrPC Quality, Style, Servit O'Coimell'. FORMERLY STIEBEL'S ESTABLISHED 1885 607 Thirteenth St. (Between F and C St?.) Select All Your Records He Cozy, home-like dem strating parlors make 1 ord buying a pleasi Our F street location t of the shopping district, o out of the way trips. S iv records any time. ia Grafonok ice everywhere, but the sern ere Columbia service is ir ! terms are convenient. 1 atest and every one in perf t your Christmas Grafonola sonal service. imbia Shop Street alace Theater X Iieir ] series of receptions and dinner parties lat- ' Mrs. Nclma J. Thorud, wife of Co has Thorud. U. S. A.. is convalescent fror tsh- | her recent illness, at their quarters a I the Washington barracks. A.. I Lieut. Col. C. E. Kllbourne, U. S. A jast , in ent. iris, ac- I his S and ?f(P the of fort tend Mrs'. Of f ? s bias hi ac- ^ heir __ ,-eek J I Entire and M mmm r At Ti >ung eing rmy and $39.50, $45 aw e'ot $59.50, $65 aw vice. wto #50, #59 and i r ' :?m?one 1 Hundreds cks>. tf ? Tricotines, 5< bar- ^ Miss rant Sold tO $29 jone ^ 2 *15zl5 was JL ?ost. . A.. left Port been J> , == tsest leChamoisty Mrticu ' Big Fu\ $35 $4 $15 to $20 Alt Ft Hundreds tree ises test il - I To < this | 1 U -1 Fii !H? s 7f | ^1 I I IXtad^YTasVCvc ! | All our Satin SI No ^ IS |jj All Novelty rice ||| All Party SI The jl All Gold am efn jj All Beaded t If All French i ^ jjj All High an i'li Leaders in ||i Novelty (|| Footwear I. and Mrs. Kllbournc have visiting them I. at the Washington barracks the forn nier's mother. Mrs. Charles E. Kilt bourne, sr., who arrived early in the week from her home in Columbus, ., i Ohio. Col. and Mrs. Kilbourne also had * t The Home of Fashion ZZZ^ZZ ^ 1106 G Street ng. Redu i Stock of 'emendous Redi i $55 Suits Reduced d $75 Suits Reduced $98 Suits Reduced a J? 4 A M A i > Ul lUOitlUtlUUl zrges, Velours, Satins, S Sold to $55 $25M Coats in ne, Bolivia, Crystal, Velo At a Saving of $20 to $40 r Collars?Others Self-Tr *69^ rrimmed Hats Reduced tc ir Neckpieces at Big Redv of Blouses on Tables at I ueieuraie :st Birthch i % } make hundreds of new fr e demonstrate our leader :ely Priced Novelty Footv * an unqualified, open-hani .n saving on every pair of ies in the store?beginning h il/Dii Co-roMata ^ ?and, ? Martht ?* SHE ^ Candy ^ Pa ir ippers and Novelty Footwear is included in this remarkable opportunity. Footwear h Uppers h d Silver Slippers .... h )atin Evening Slippers h Strap Shoes 7i d Low Walking Shoes h IE BOOTE1 928 F St. N.W. % 4 a short visit from his stater, Mrs Charles T. Lee of Columbus, Ohio. Something like 560.000 gallons cl. tea are consumed bjr Londoners evcrj day. VTZ?7 ifa |r^*? ictions ' Suits notions to : . *28^ f io'. . *49^ to . . >69^ 'e Dresses ilks, Velvets Sold to $75 *39dl Town ur, Plushes I immed 0 sggjo > $6 and $8.50 ictions deductions Our j I i iends?to once |j ship in Mod- || ^ear?we will ^ ded, clear and | High or Low 11 Monday of? || I >count I 1 a Pound Box of | i Washington | with every 1 I of Shoes! fc ' I?I I 9% Discount | 9% Discount | 9% Discount | 9% Discount 1 9% Discount j| 9% Discount r| R.Y : Footwear J Individuality ||