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The Year Is Ending in Lively Fashion at
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All surplus stocks?all kinds, colors and styles of everything not
to be re-bought are being disposed of!
Our losses average 35% to 50% of the original prices, and the best part
of it is that these are not really old goods. We never let things stay long
enough in this shop to come in that category. Most people know this. And
so this Year-End Sale is sweeping everything before it! The sooner you
come the greater the chance: but there are big quantities?so if you don't
get one thing you'll find another! Three days yet remain!
Separate Skirts?
Year-End Clearing
$16.50 and $18.50 Serge Skirts
pleated, $9.50
$16.50 and $18.50 Silk Skirts,
navy and black, $7.50
$17.50 Pleated Skirts, plaid and
stripe prunella, $9.50
$18.50 and $20 Pleated Skirts,
prunella cloth, $12.75
Women's Coats from $19.50 to $93.50
Regularly $3950 to $155. You can just imagine
what a big diversity of stylos there must he.
Women's Tailored and Trimmed Suits
$43.75 to $84.75
Regularly $75 to $127.50. Trimmed suits, with
magnificent furs.
Women's Tweed Suits, $18.75 and $29.75
Regularly $45. At $29.75 are Wooltex Suits,
beautifully tailored.
Women's Street and Afternoon Dresses
$19.53 to $89.50
Women's Evening Dresses, $36.50 to $93.50
Women's C'oth Dresses, $18.50 to $73.59
Big assortments at eacii Qf these prices and
reductions from 35% to 50%. Too many to at
tempt description.
All Silk Petticoats up to $7.50 ,
$2.95 and $3.95
All Misses' Handkerchiefs
About 25% Reduction!
Large Women's Coats?
Suits and Dresses
Splendid styles for the larger women in beau
tifully tailored garments.
$95 to $110 Coats $72.75 and $78.75
$67.50 to $85 Dresses $42.50 to $54.50
$75 to $135 Suits $36.75 to $89.75
MISSES' Coats, ?34.50 to $115
Regularly $49.50 to $225.00. Every miss will
find many prettv ones to choose from.
MISSES' Silk Dresses, $18.50 to $34.50
MISSES' Cloth Dresses, $16.50 to $44.50
MISSES' Suits, tailored and trimmed
$28.50 to $69.50
All at Year-End reductions.
Leather Bags and Purses
All marred or counter scratched, pieces Yi
otT.
All-Velvet Handbags, $2.50 to $5.00
?were $5.00 to $12.50.
$2.65 Phoenix Silk Stockings, $2.25 Pair
Silk garter hems, black and cordovan.
There Never Was Such a Shoe Sale
in This Shop
Hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of
pairs 1
High Shoes, $2.75 pair to $7.50 pair
Regular Prices, $8.00 to $12.50 pair
In many cases there are good size assort
ments. Others are badly broken.
Pumps and Oxfords, $4.85 to $6.85 pair
?regular prices S7.50 to $12.50 pair. Kid, calf
and suede?for tramping, for business and for
dress wear. Some fairly good size assortments.
Two J$5.85 and Up?Street Floor
Departments ($4.85 and Under?'Basement
Try a Shampoo in Our Beauty Parlor
1109-1111 G Street N. W.
OPEN 9.15 A.M. -CI.OSF. 6 P.M.
Grasp the Saving Opportunities That
Are Offered in This
Drastic Reduction Sale of
Suits-Coats-Dresses
We've never offered such extraordinary garments for so little money?the assort
ments are large and the size range is practically complete for tomorrow's shoppers.
Women's and Misses9
SMART DRESSES
That Formerly Were Priced
Up to $59.50
Smart new models for street and afternoon wear, and a
wonderful assortment of Dinner Gowns.
The Materials?
Canton Crepes, Crepe de Chines, Satins, Taffetas, All-wool
Tricotines, Poiret Twills, Duvetynes and a host of beautiful com
binations. Many "chic" styles for the young miss and stylish models
for the matron.
All sizes, 16, 18, 36 to 42.
r-The COATS
That Formerly Were
Priced Up to $79*0
Hever have we offered such wonderful coat*
for so little money. Every new model, in
eluding the popular blouse and loose, wrappy
Ooats; also the straight-line, belted and un
belted coats.
Jjvxarlous fur trimmings of Wolf. Beaver.
Australian Opossum, Raccoon, etc. Choice of
tbe finest materials, in black, blue, taupe,
brown, etc. All sizes for women and misses.
The SUITS
That Formerly Were
Priced Up to $100.00
The Butt values are beyond comparison.
Smart-looking models with luxurious fur
trimmings; strictly tailored styles, In the most
popular materials; braid-trimmed and novelty
effects that are so fashionable this season.
The choicest materials and colors are here for
your selection in all sizes from 16 to 42.
(Continued from Eighth Page.)
young: daughter. Miss Bertha Coontz.
Among the guests were MISs Eugenie
LeMerle, Miss Janet Moffett. Miss
Charlotte Harriman, Miss Dorothy
Ileed, Miss Heat rice McLean, Miss
Atala Kirnmell, Miss Emma Stitt,
Miss Caroline Johnson, Miss Eugenie
LeJeune. Midshi]>man S. (JS. Kelly,
Midshipman Herbert McNulta, Mid
shipman William Hickey, Midshipman
11. K. Perrill, Midshipman E. &. Bas
comb, Mr. Numa Watson, a cadet at
West Point; Mr. W. W. Shea, Mr.
Robert Armstrong and Mr. Kobert
Land.
Admiral and Mrs. Coontz will en
tertain at a dance at Wardman Park
Hotel on January 2 for Miss Lady
Jane Kaby.
The Junior Service Association will
hold its third tea dance of the sea
son at Meridian Mansion, 2400 16th
street. Saturday, December 31, from
4.30 to 7:30 o'clock.
Those receiving will be Mre. John
W. Weeks, Mrs. Kobert E. Ooonty
and Miss Ann IJryan.
! Among the patronesses for these
I dances are Mrs. Robert E. Coonty,
| Mrs. J. Mayhew Wainwright, Mrs.
W. A. llolbrook, Mrs. C. S. Farns
worth, Mrs. John A. Lejeune, Mrs.
I F. W. Coe, Mrs. Thomas Washington,
Mrs. Amos A. Fries, Mrs. II. C. ilaines
I and Mrs. John II. Dayton.
Mme. Soyez has with her for the
holidays her son, Cadet Allen Daw
son, from West Point, and the lat
ter's guest, Cadet Sellc Marcenskl.
Mrs. Rumbough and her son. Maj.
; Wright Runibough, are visiting Gen. !
? and Mrs. Willard llolbrook at their |
1 resideru-e, INTO Wyoming avenue.
| The Misses Healy of 1802 Vernon
place will entertain at dinner this (
evening at Wardman Park Hotel,
j There will be covers for twenty-eight. '
Mrs. J. El vans Mayfield is receiving
today from 4 to 6 o'clock at her resi
dence, 1736 19th street.
Capt. John O. Donaldson is visiting
relatives in South Carolina and Geor
gia and will return about January 3.
Miss Jessie Bigelow, who is spend
ing the Christmas vacation with her
parents at the Farnsboro, gave a
benefit bridge and tea for the Con
necticut College endowment fund yes
terday. Her mother, Mrs. W. D. Bige
low, received the guests, assisted by
Miss May Bigelow and Miss Dorothy
Diggett. Mrs. E. Q. Smith, Mrs. Ar
thur Deering Call and Mrs. F. T. Nes
bit were at the tea table.
Arrangements are being nwtde for a
card party to be given at Wardman
Park Hotel at 2 o'clock January 11,
for the benefit of the Christ Child So
ciety, the funds to be devoted to re
lieving the debt on the house.
Mr. and Mrs. William Davis Miller
of Kingston and Providence, R. I., are
spending the holidays with the hit
ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert T.
Chew, before they sail for the south
of France for the remainder of the
winter and spring.
Mrs. John A. Logan, formerly Miss
Ruth M. Bronson, is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bret Bron
son, at 2706 Ontario road northwest.
She will be with tlu-m until after New
Year, when she will return to Phila
delphia, where she is making her
home. Mrs. Logan is being exten
sively entertained while in Wash
ington.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Hodges of Wash
ington, N. C., will remain at the Pow
hatan during their stay in Washing
ton.
Mr. Slocum Kingsbury of New York
is visiting his parents. Col. and Mrs.
H. P. Kingsbury, for the holidays.
Baroness Rosen Join*
Baron Rosen in New York.
Baroness Rosen arrived yesterday
aboard l Lorraine from Havre, to
join Baron Rosen, former Russian am
bassador to Washington, who was in
jured in an automobile accident re
cently in New York. The baroness has
been visiting her daughter at Belle
vue, near Paris.
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Evarts Johnson
i entertained at dinner at Rauscher's
last evening for their daughter, Miss
Mary Louise Johnson, and their sons.
Midshipman John Norton Johnson and
Mr. Paul Evarts Johnson, jr. The
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Washburn, Miss Katharine Suther
land, Miss Elizabeth Kemp, Miss Zilla
MacDougall. Miss Margaret Taylor,
Miss Mav Taylor. Miss Marjorv Gelm,
Miss Patricia Herron. Miss Helen Grif
fin, Miss Dorothy Mondell, Miss Helen
Colbert, Miss Katlierine Wiley, the
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson,
Miss Isabel Bruce of Annapolis and
Miss Christina Phelps of New York;
Mr. Noel S.vmons, Mr. Henrv Lee. Mid
shlpman Alfred Bruce. Midshipman
The New Fascination
Vou can easily make the
most charming and at
tractive Bags in novel
color effects, at a trifling
cost ? with the new
LUDLOW CROCHET
TWINE
Let us show you how.
A complete line of colors.
Hemstitching and Plcot
Edging* 10c a Yard
VK/'E announce the
completion of
a new BANQUET
ROOM. Well suited
for EXCLUSIVE
DANCES.
An Exceptional Table dUote
?t $1.50 Is Served from
6 to 8 P.M.
Burlington
Hotel
1120 Vermont Ave. M. 8980
Nevltt Steele, Mr. Robert Finley, Mr.
Charles Penby, Jr.; Mr. William Her
ron, Lieut. Commander Robert Grlf
(ln, Mr- John Temple Graves, jr.;
Lieut. Commander E. D. Capehart,
Maj. Wilfrid Blunt, Mr. Donald Hale
and Mr. Arthur Lambert. Later the
party attended the dance given by
Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Mann for their
daughter. Miss Alice Mann.
Mrs. Robert Lansing was hostess at
luncheon yesterday at the Shoreham,
entertaining: for Mrs. Louis Hertle of
Gunston Hall.
Col. and Mrs. Colden L'H. Ruggles
and Miss Colden Ruggles have can
celed their social enRagements be
cause of the recent <Valh of the colo
nel's mother, Mrs. George B. Ruggles,
widow of Gen. G. 13. Ruggles.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick de Courcy
Faust will leave this week for Cali
fornia, where they will spend several
weeks.
Mrs. Grafton Minot has canceled her
social engagements for the next two
weeks on account of the recent death
of her rranduncle. Admiral Davis.
Mr. Nelson Waller is spending the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Waller, and has as his guests
this week Mr. Samuel McCoy of York,
Pa., and Mf. Harrison F. Wiltshire of
Martinsburg, W. Va., fellow students
at Mcrcersburg Academy, Pa.
Miss Heloise Meyer has with her for
the Christmas season her nephews.
Mr. Donald McL*. Frothingham and
Mr. Samuel Frothinfiham, jr.. in her
villa in the Berkshires. She will
close her home there tomorrow and
join Miss Kate Carey in New York.
Miss Carey, spent a few days in
Washington as the guest of the am
bassador of Belgium and Barones de
Cartier recently, and she and Miss
Meyer will go to Santa Barbara.
Calif., the end of the week, to spend
the remainder of the winter.
Miss Helen Miller or Ann ArWor,
Mich., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam J. Miller, whose engagement to
Mr. Ralph N. Du Bols of this city was
r
Better Service
How we may better serve the people of
Washington is the constant study of the
management of this institution.
We endeavor always to maintain a quality
of service which holds old friends and makes
new ones. Service of this character is sure
to please you.
2 ''c paid or. Cheching and Sty on Sating* Account*
Union
Trust Co.
OF THE DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIA
Cor.lSih end H Sts.
Northwest
EDWARD ?/. S TELL WA CEJV. PRESTDENT
?ij
announced recently. Is spending the
Christmas holidays with Mrs. Charles L?.
Du Bois of 1R85 Monroe street north
west. A dinner in her honor will be
Kiven tonight by Mr. and Mrs. William
E. Braithwaite at their residence in
Chevy Chase. Miss Miller will return
to her home in Ann Arbor probably next
Tuesday.
Miss Alma L/K. Ruggles, who is in
mourning for her mother, Mrs. George
B. Ruggles, widow of Gen. Rugjdes, left
last Saturday for Florida with her
cousins, Col. and Mrs. Stephen I/H.
Slocum, for a rest of a couple of weeks
on Col. Slocum's houseboat. Col. Her
bert J. Slocum accompanied them.
The third assistant secretary of
state and Mrs. Robert Woods R'is*
returned yesterday from White Sul
phur Springs, Va.
Mr. V. R de Sokolowski. secretary
of the Polish legation, will give a
small tea this afternoon at his resi
dence, in Connecticut avenue.
RIDGEWOOD ORCHARD
nipple Marmalade
On Thursday and Sunday, when the
kitchen is cookless, serve Ridgewood
Apple Marmalade. Make "pic-ettes"
of bread and Valley apples.
Ridgewood Apple Marmalade is
made right in the Ridgewood Orchards,
near Winchester. Jt has the flavor, the
bouquet, the tartness of delicious Vir
ginia apples. Fifteen apples are re
quired to make a jar.
RICHARD SPENCER PALMER, Inc.
Distributor
12 Warder Bldg. Washington, D. C.
Made by the Ridge wood Fruit Grow
ers, in their Orchard at Winchester.
I'riccd at 25c
the jar.
For sale by dealers
listed belotc:
Miller, A., Good Hope Road, Anarostla
Mooreland Bros., 1113 15th St. X.W.
Mostow, A.. Tenleytown
Plney Branch Market, 1020 Giranl
St. N.W.
Rubin Bros.. 4716 14tli St X.W.
Sacks, H., 900 3d St. S.W.
Seigel, J., 3d St. arid Md. Ave. X 1
Sherr, A., 233 12th St. S.E.
Steinburg & Murinson. 620 X St. X.V
Vigerhouse. M.. X. Capitol and 1. St>
Wiggiton. M. F., Brentwood, M'l
& 608 TO 614 A Hth ST. N.W
-The House of Courtesy
After-Christmas Specials in
Fine Coats
We've grouped a wide range of values into two big lots
?upon which we have put these surprisingly low prices?
$33
and
$
73
Both plain and Fur-trimmed?in the wanted Cloths?in the most
exclusive of approved modefls?and finished with fine furs?or elab
orate embroidery and braiding.
Three other groups with other favorite
lots ? also enormously reduced to?
$19_$49?$95
Dresses
$
Extraordinary values are combined?for
the After-Christmas Sale?at
12 md$25
Two other Special Assortments at $18 and $33.
Suits
$
19 and 49
A most remarkable privilege is offered in
these two groupings of plain and fur-trimmed
Suits
Other reductions?offering choice at $29, $39, and $99
?
I
i
Furs
Without exception every Coat, Wrap, Set and Piece is in
cluded?and every price has been subjected to
Deep Reductions

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