Now, Here is a Real Overcoat Value
Double-breaster, form- fitting
Ulsterette styles with half belt in
back and convertible collar. Strictly
all-wool materials in dark shades;
one-quarter satin lined. These
O'Coats are beautifully hand tai
lored throughout and were made to
sell for $35 and $45. Sizes 33, 34,
35, 36. J
Oxford Gray i
i button-to-neck styles.
Special at ?
Just the thing for cold weather.
The color is ecru?the sizes are
from 34 to 50. They're so called ir
regulars, but nothing to interfere
with the wear. An EXTRA spccial
9 "TFfTTE RS
910 Seventh St.
We Request the Return of Anything That Can Be
Bought for Less Elsewhere
The Scientifically Built Watch
No. 6076 Yellow gold-filled cue
No. 6oM Yellow gold-filledcue
No.boSq Green void-filled cue
Ladies' Wrist Watches
(Ribbon or Convertible
"S Bracelet for $45
Yet Different in Style
ARIETY is the spice of
fashion ? even in
Here are two watches just alike inside, but
dressed in different apparel ? whichever you
prefer. They are members of America's leading
watch family?Waltham is their honorable name.
One is dressed in a black, pure silk ribbon (easily
changed at the slightest of cost) ? the other,
being convertible, will adorn the wrist as a brace
let, or will hang (because of the disappearing "eye"
in the case) as a chatelaine watch or on a chain.
These fashionable and accurate timekeepers are
only $45. Sold by first-class jewelers. They are
jeweled to give a lifetime of service.
Ask your jeweler to show them to you. He knows
what fine watches they are.
Writ*for a valuabti booklet that is a libtral'' Watch" education
v Sent free upon request. The Waltham Watch Company
Crescent Street, Waltham, Mas*.
THE WORLD'S WATCH OVER. TIME
Mektrte! tht/amaut Waltham air-friction quality Sfindarruurt and
AuUnobil* TUfa on the world t hading cart
GIFTS THAT LAST
near ywu are oavrag witn your tnroat cases. * uiy?i "
otinflamed throat every winter, cen't seem to get nd of tl
you would take a look at nine and tell me what to do.
*1 guest, Doctor, I will have to introduce you to Formanrint??
? real good throat antiseptic with which you will keep the soft tis
auee in aa almost constant antiseptic bath, because you will find
nrnniot pleasant and convenient enough to use frequently. ,1
iad that the average patient will readily dissolve Foraamint in his
mouth every hour or so, and you know how hard it la to get them
to um gargles or sprays consistently, even two or three times a day,
Tormambrt tableta certainly relieve sore threats and are head*
la*dFabto( tonsillitis for ma; but 1 am even more interested la
their prophylactic power, and ao I am advising my patients to use
them OTMy during the throat and faifluenta irason to prevent inlec
FIANCE OF PRINCESS MARY.
Lord Liucrilt, ?hovrn at the rl*rh? or the photograph. He la the eldeat
?on of the Eaii of llarenrood. He In thirty-nine year* of age and la reputed
to be the wealthiest peer of anelent family in Knsland. Ilia wealth la
estimated at ?10.0UU,a00.
FRENCH DEPUTIES VOTE
Back Financial Program, 347 to
180, on German Obligations and
By the Associated Press.
PARIS, November 24.?The chamber
of deputies this evening by a vote of
347 to 180 gave its support /to the gov
ernment on its financial program.
, The precise motion selected by tho
government .as Expressive of its views
and which obtained the vote of con
fidence requested the government to
exercise vigilence in the strict execu
tion of Germany's engagements, to take
every necessary measure abroad for the
preservation of the guarantees of
France's claims and not to demand new
taxation before maximum results were
obtained from the existing taxes.
It also requested the government to
avoid every measure tending to increase
the circulation of paper currency, to
limit public expenses to the utmost, to
reduce the number of state employes
progressively to the number employed
in 1914 and to develop France and her
colonies economically with the aim of
the most rapidly possible transforma
tion or reorganization.
Among the Arabs the wife walks
behind the husband.
XMAS TREE OUTFIT
WHILE THET LAST
For House Current or Battery
EVERY SET GUARANTEED
Also large assortment of different oviw
fculbs, fancy and plain, at reduced prices.
PENN ELECTRIC & GAS
mtt NINTH ST. N. W,
Open Evenings Phone Main 111
Beautifying is Plitt'a special
ty. J?*t u?e estimate on the
Painting. Paperhantfing or
Geo. Plitt Co.. Inc.,
The Automobile For Sale col
umns of The Star are the quick
est and most economical method
for the disposition of your used
car and the best market for th?
purchase of a desirable car.
ccj F A MAN CAN WRITE A *
I BETTER BOOK, PREACH
1 A BETTER SERMON, OR
MAKE A BETTER MOUSE
TRAP THAN HIS NEIGH
BOR, THOUGH HE BUILD
HIS HOUSE IN THE
WOODS, THE WORLD WILL
MAKE A BEATEN PATH
TO HIS DOOR."
?Ralph Waldo Emerson
John H. Wilkins Co.,
FnmUrin Ptu ?M the littU RtJ Pmmf HonJU
Get your Dunn-fen at your dealers' today/
215 E. Fayette St., Baltimore, Md.
rHE DUNN-P2N COMPANY, 300 MADISON AVENUE, NBW YORK
HEALTH IN 2074 SO GOOD
WILL GIVE AVERAGE LIFE
OF 100 YEARS, FORECAST
NEW YORK, November 25.?One
hundred and flfty-three years from
now, or In the year 2074, health
conditions in this country will be
so good that the average person
will live 100 years?according- to
several Red Cross statistical ex
These statisticians based their
100 years idea on what they called
past passing out performances.
For instance in 1910 in New York
persons died at an average age of
thirty-flve and in 1920 they shuffled
along into the next world at an
average age of thirty-nine.
This upward trend of life* they
claimed, has been In evidence for
many years, available statistics
from the sixteenth century showing
the span of life to be eighteen. By
the eighteenth century it had
lengthened to twenty-eight years.
ANXIOUS FOR HER SON.
By th?'Associated Press.
FUNCHAL, Island of Madeira. No
vember 25.?Former Empress Zita of
Austria-Hungary, who, with her hus
band, is living in exile here, has ex
pressed the wish to return to Swit
zerland to be present at an operation
on her son for appendicitis. She will
ask permission of the allied council
of ambassadors, through the medium
of the Portuguese government, to
make the journey.
The following deaths hare been reported to
the health department within the last twenty
Georgians W. West, 66, 920 M st. s.e.
John T. Perry, 88, 1581 H st. n.e.
Wayne W. Ctordell, 57, Emergency Hospital.
Leavitt C. Logan, 76, United States Naval
Elisabeth E. Torney, 63. 909 11th st. a.e.
Munsey Kohloss, 50, en route Casualty Hos
Charles L. Seymour, 57, 910 L st.
James Maguire. 67, U. 8. S. H. Hospital.
Michuel K. McCarten, 76, 813 N. J. ave. s.e.
Vesta M. Hood. 81. 1831 Irving st.
John W. Walkep 22 months. Providence Hos
Joseph C. Murphy. 11 days, Garfield Hospital.
Infant of Abraham and Sallie Schumacher,
10 minutes, Columbia Hospital.
George JBrown, 48, 212 D st.
Conrad F. Bennett, 74, 620 G street south
George n. Paeper, 52, Walter Reed Hospital.
Dilena Palma, 26, 106 C street.
C. C. D. Kendall, 46, Homeopathic Hospital.
Gertrude Scarlett, 9. Providence Hospital.
William C. Lester, 3 days, Providence Hos
Elizsbeth M. Hall, ft months, 105 Stanton
roid s"L'tkea?&. ?
The following births have been reported to
the health department within the. last twenty
CoiiKtantine and Winifred G. Lester, boy.
David P. and Emms R. Morton, girl.
William J. and Mandie Scliotield. girl.
Ash by M. and Mabel K. Mussebnan, boy.
Steward T. and Nannie M. Wade, girl.
Morris L. and Lucy B. Verbor, girl.
Jacob and Rebecca Mallowlsta. girl.
Anthony and Adelia Giacofci, girl.
Henry F. and Edna M. Mess. boy.
ltoy C. and l*?ra E. King. boy.
Enrie V. and Winifred A. Bazzell, boy.
John, jr.. and Jessie 1). Evann, girl.
William E. and Catherine V. Carter, boy.
Frank B. and Gloria E. Ochsenreiter. girl.
121S tn 1223 KF.NYON ST.
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS N.W.
FORCE YOUR HOUSE TO PAY FOR ITSELF
YOU CAN EASILY RENT 2ND FLOOR FOR
ENOUGH TO MAKE MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Large Lots, 20 by 150, to 15-Foot Alley
8 ROOMS?ATTIC .
Take 14th Street Cars to Kenyon Street
and Walk East V/2 Squares
Plenty Room for Garages, Gardens and Flowers
H. R. HOWENSTEIN CO.
1314 F STREET NORTHWEST
--You've Said Iti
, Wken a mancan
again buy good
"Halm" Shoes at
OT Shoes, simply made to sell at
$5. But to give you so much
Real Service that, after they're
worn out, you'll forget how little
Not picked up from some jobber. But
made especially for us. With our name
on 'em to show they're up to specifica
Tan and Black Goodyear Welt Laced
and Bluchers. Shapely, medium or full
toe lasts. Rubber heels.
Olemeot E. and Louis# A. Murphj, boy.
Roydon I?. and Alice D. Clagett. boj.
Charles H. and Floaale Wee don, boy and firl
John C. and Jewue I. Day. boy.
Joseph B. and Helen Becraft. boy.
William T. M. and Buth Pi**, boy.
Ralph A. and Martha Jones. *trl.
Carmaclc and Elisabeth T. Rogers, boy.
Frank H. and Blaneh? 8. Wearer, boy.
Edward T. and Effle A. Stone, rirl.
August and Sophia Johnson, girl.
Daniel W. and Jane P. McCallum. boy.
James A. and Qracs G. BmIos, girl.
James W. and Blsle F. BoTeh, boy.
Arthur W. and Alma V. Ball, girl.
Christian F. and Agnes Getsinger, boy.
Oliver W. and Alice Morse, cirl.
David and Ellen Boss, girl.
James C. and Mabel E. Marshall, boy.
George B. and Mary E. Baker, giri.
John E. and Ida M. Board ley, rirl.
Conrad and Emily Anderson, glrT
Jamea and Gertrude Preston, girl. ^
Samuel B. and Janie V. Thomas, boy.
Charles H. and Glsdys H. Neale, boy.
Hemstitching, Picot Edging, 10c Yard
1219-1221 G Street N.W
Store Hour*?8:30 to 6.
For theEarly Xmas Shopper
Hosiery Specials in Gift Boxes
Women', Pure Thread
Silk Hoiiery ? Excellent
quality; packed in holiday
boxes, one in a box. Very
Women', Weldrett Silk
Hosiery?The Hose with
the tailored seam, in dark
brown and black. One in a
box. Very special,
White handles with excel
lent quality metal imple
ments, in genuine leather
folding cases. Special at
Other Sets $1.85 to $7.50
In red, navy, Kelly green.
Some have black braid. A
most p r a c t i c a'l
middy. Very spec- Qf?
ially priced at.?
Pretty Silk Garters?Hand
made, fine quality Ribbon, in
a large assortment of dainty
colors. Special, $1.25
pair .. ?
fast color. Spe
Winter Designer Patterns and Fashion Books
Special Notice to
Talking Machine Buyers
During the war period some hundreds of firms
produced talking machines. These instruments
emanated from factories and shops where wood
working machinery constituted the major equipment,
installed for the sole purpose of manufacturing vari
ous wood products.
A conglomerate mass of talking machines re
sulted. They are now thrown upon the market by
tens of thousands. Do not confuse these instruments
Master of Talking Machines
The Victor Victrola
We Sell Only the Genuine
This is our special
?which we are featuring
in our Xmas Gub offer.
Style 9 0 ?
one of the
favorites o1.; $125.00 %
The balance can be paid in small monthly amounts.
Remember, Worch service goes with Victor machines.
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