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300 PAY TRIBUTE TO OTIS SKINNER Friends in Philadelphia Honor | Actor on Fiftieth Anniversary | of Stage Debut. the Associated Press. ! PHILADELPHIA, November 2. Tribute to Otis Skinner on the fiftieth (anniversary of the beginning of his (stage career, was paid yesterday by *3OO leaders of the Intellectual Life Jat a luncheon. i The n.itorl actor, the guest of honor, recalled October 31, 1877, when he pa ltered the Ninth and Arch streets museum with a letter of introduction *to P. T. Barnum, which read: “o.‘ A jFkinner is known to me. His nnrents fre very respectable people.” Mr. Skinner said his memory of the *>ld days was cloudy, “but I remember that I had nightmares about missing my lines. I was a forlorn boy. wan dering about the street without friends, repeating my lines to myself constantly. “My first Job at the Arch street museum paid me $8 a week. I played 325 parts the first year. Once, when I went op the stage, my legs shook so badly that the manager exclaimed, •For God’s sake, Skinner, keep your legs still.’ ” On the luncheon tables were copies of the museum’s program for Decem ber 26, 1877, showing pictures of O. A. Skinner as Fozzle. in a skit called “Hungv Dunky." The part was de scribed as a pantomine, but the actor ■ said he could not recall either the piece or the part. INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE PROPOSAL IS RENEWED Contractor and / ociates Again Ask Permit to Build Structure Over St. Lawrence River. By the Associated Press. BROCKVILLE, Ontario, November 2.—W. Gilbert Freeman of Alexandria Bay, N. Y„ announced here yesterday that he and his associates planned to renew their application for per mission to construct an international bridge across the St. Lawrence river. The private bills committee of the House of Commons, at the last ses siono, refused the application for a charter after the department of rail ways and canals announced it was ■ the intention of the Canadian govern ment to construct a bridge across the river near the Great Lakes terminal. The proposed Freeman Bridge would cross from a point near Alexandria Bay, N. Y., to Rockport, Ontario, mak ing use of islands in the river. Washington’s Finest Men’s Wear ■■ ■ . | Good News for the Man With a Clothes Budget! *32 BUYS A Hart Schaffner & Marx I SUIT or OVERCOAT SUITS—AII-wool fabrics in the new I shades of gray, brown, blue. Single J and double breasted models for men and I young men. Two and three button I jackets. Tailored by Hart Schaffner & j Marx. Extra trousers to match—s 6. j OVERCOATS—BIue cheviots, heavy I unfinished worsteds, diagonal and dia- j mond weaves. Single and double breast- I ed models, some have velvet collars. I All of them silk trimmed and tailored j by Hart Schaffner & Marx. I Raleigh Haberdasher INC. I 1310 F Street Chaplains Gather Armistice Day at Arlington Shrine By the Associated Press. Active and Reserve chaplains of the Army who participated in the relig ious ceremonies at the interment of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington Cemetery in 1921 will gather again at the tomb Armistice day to re new memories of the day and deco rate the grave. The chaplains in the group include Col. John T. Axton, chief chaplain of the Army; Bishop Charles H. Brent of New' York, Dr. Morris S. Lazaron rabbi of Baltimore, and Chaplain John B. Frazier, director of chaplins’ affairs of the Navy. The ceremonies will include deco ration of the Chaplains’ Cenotaph in the cemetery', erected in memory of the 23 chaplains who lost their lives in the World War. Mme. Borodin Reaches Moscow. MOSCOW, November 2 M’l.-Mme. Michael Borodin, wife of the former adviser to the Canton Nationalist gov ernment, has arrived here from Vladi vostok, Siberia. She w'as released from prison in Peking last July, after having been arrested by the North ern Chinese authorities four months earlier. TO NEW YORK AND RETURN *s SUNDAY, NOV. 6 i SPECIAL TRAIN La «ni Washington 12:30 A. M. RETURNING Laaa— Now York West 23rd St. 5:47 P.M. Liberty Street 6:00 P.M. Standard Time For detail*, consult Tickst Agsnt Baltimore 11 &Qhio 1. THE EVENING STAR, WASHIKCKTOy, P. C„ WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1927, "* f \ * j i | t> ‘-vttssr' Lansburgh & Bro. Fourth Floor Lanebursh 4 Bro. # 7th to Bth to E—FAMOUS FOR QUALITY SINCE 1860-Franklin 7400 r,#or “ LM,b - nth 4 8 ~ 1 ■ 1 - 1111 ■ ■ 1 ■ " I ■ 6 More Than 800 Beautiful Winter Hats Hats of metallics! Hats of velvet! Hats The workmanship is exceptionally fine the A Diversified of satin! Hats of felt! And there are clever quality excellent—the variety of styles, intrigu- Special Purchases Aeanrtmmit combinations of these fabrics! Sleek little ing! Sports, street, dress hats— ley’re all r i_i ft_ i j 1 helmets, with odd pins and brilliant stones — represented 1 The warm browns and brilliant freshly Unpacked for the Matron hats with a saucy upward twist of the brim— W reds of Autumn—and black galore. The value for a Busy Week-End or Miss and swagger “pull-on” hats that are the smart of these hats will speak for themselves—when thing for sports wear! " you see them! selling. An Authentic Presentation of the Early Winter Mode — URJKm f for Sports and Dress Wear and Every Hat Plainly ( J - cuff of contrasting velvet, with band of metallic rib- * A close-fitting satin, smartly trimmed with metallic with carlaps of and a gracefully curved }, on and baronet satin embroidered with jeweled r hmestone ornament betting ribbon, rhinestone ornament. bow. ornaments. / P a f*i f° r by no means a mere matter of 1 \ \ \ Just Arrived From the Philippines! Newtan du- /jm j 2, rav Black Batin\ W_ ,%r \ Satin Dinner T T <fl 1 I V\ ' l\°e°rZ street frock\ lj» V.’/, -S V A l™f Cl tl H tYI dH A rfan wlif // ' == ret side cas jw/js • ?k' jj a * aicl Specially Priced Tomorrow FranchetteFrocks $1.59 nicHtir*i™rw»+c Accentuates the Feminine Charm * -L^ISIxHCLI ir C V^O3rXS of the New Mode With Many The intricate handwork of these gowns is c# •l. t r- «7..» r . . a Graceful Sweep and Swirl exquisite—hand scalloped and hand embroidered Straight of Line With Cleverly • __ . in self or contrast threads—perfect in detail! Placed Cascades. All Richly Trim* $% C -bm med With s °h n* c»#a. wM _ 3 carefully made from neck to hem! Sizes 16 . and 17. jfh F* Cfr\ Frocks that have just arrived! With a chic Third rioor “" l Uiwbnrth * Bro. II Parisian air! They’re of satin, flat crepe, Canton J crepe and georgette—with deep, fine lace, brilliant jewel pins, novel braid effects—in fact every new . ■ ■>— ■ . finish to give the frock just the right “touch.” H The deep shawl collars that are so warm and There are a number of rich colors—but black—as | becoming, thick fur cuffs, full length tuxedos, and in all smart groups—predominates 1 Sizes 14 to 20 • =S N V sometimes side borders make these coats of fine and 36 to 44. value. Any one of them would be a wise invest — , f . oi ment. Lovely suede fabrics, broadcloths and , r ranchette r rocks Are Shown needle weaves, set off by generous furs—baby Exclusively at Lansburgh & Bro . Iyn , x / skun , k * , kit fox » wolf > fox and Manchurian wolf—m black, new tan, franciscan, gray and blue And we are proud tf> offer them to you! For II and others. And there are sizes for every one 14 they are the “last word” in style, quality and per- to 20, 36 to 44, 42J4 to 50^. ect on ' ' .wmiii^Fioor—i- In >.hn r ith v Bro || Second Floor—-Lantbarth A Bro. * Grip-Tite Shoes 1 Warm Bath Robes Bu “ l - Yet j£ y FathionabU Rengo Belt Girdles B f ac . on C j? th “ nd , Corduroy— S / *SO TAat Give a Smooth, Slender Ideal for the College Mitt I Appearance to Stoul Figures QC Smart models for street and informal wear —trim oxford and new one and two strap ef fects. In patent leather, satin, black and brown VJ Cozy garments comfortably and attractively made- kid and calfskin. Made with special steel sup- An excellent model of flesh silk brocade, with surgical of splendid wide-wale corduroy, or Beacon Robes in con- porting arch—and with heel two widths nar- elastic abdominal belt for additional support venttonal or floral patterns. Warm-practical-just the rower than the ball of the shoe. Smart! Com- This has been designed with the stout figure in mind robes you will be wanting now. And there are a number sortable! Serviceable! -and has met her requirements. It has the popular con of very desirable shades from which to choose. s “»" a "*—*-*-* * trolling inner belt-elastic sections-the 14-inch length Third Floor—l.anibnrgh ft Bro. ifi I ———J Second Floor-Lansbnrxh ft Bro. Tomorrow Is Baby Day! I Afl I p \\w/f /Iff Infants’ Flannelette New Handmade Gertrudes Swedish Down U.J Gertrudes, 45c and Dresses, Tomorrow, $1 Pillows, $1.98 'HU I i I / T~\ I k A splendid warm garment, Hand-scalloDed Gertrudes of batiste with daintv Soft down pillows, with a -I well made, with button shoul- , n 7 " a scailo P ca 'Jcriruaes oi Dauste, wnn aamiy splendid quality sateen cover- ft J| r » l J der. Long, one and two years embroidery and button shoulder. Also handmade ing. Sizes 13 to 17. I „ .* - dresses of fine batiste, with attractive pink and blue em- t..j.:-l o:l. 1 / Hi Infant? ’ 880, B 8 0 , r nnker d . b » Si2CS ’ infanU ' '° ng ' 1 “ d ™ SSJt® So.ifX e^. 4 fL k «, Infants’ Flannelette Infants’ Nightgowns A " Infants’ CoatS Llresses % w,th hor <\?« of white, a Wrappers, 45c 45c u i Entirely Handmade warm quality. Cozy wrappers of an ex- Comfortable nightgowns in Baskets, $3.98 Crefiella and Chinchillas : , y T n £ a —^ 0 > r\gp cellent quality flannelette, at- two excellent styles, of warm, Pink or blue baby baskets, Very iniantS Uresses, 4oC tractively trimmed with rib- soft quality flannelette. Sizes attractively trimmed with Very C US Snorinl W Z* Exquisitely made dresses. »bon. long, 1 and 2 years. lace and ribbon. For baby’s Sneeial W with lace and embroidery top to,let - A brand-new purchase. and bottoms. 1 and 2 years. Brush WOO! setS Madeira Scalloped Birdseve and Crepellas with attractively made and hand-embroidered $lO Ivory Crib, $7.95 Featured at $3.98 Pillow Covers, $1 Flannelette Diapers pink and Chinchillas I ! I pi?r y bir ht t y an, Wh bL| Exquisite covars, In of embroidery-e-some col- constructed^lttSSSSlv^S 1 ' and rose ’ Sizes 22 dainty embroidery. At- $2 value. Size 27x27-one Warmly lined. Sizes Ito 3. la red for the baby boy. constructed-attractively de- t o 28. tractively scalloped edge. *«en *<> The flannel- This is a very special value Sizes, infants’ long, 1 and 2 - U ' ———*ttes are double fleeced. —one that every mother ycars ' With each purchase we will give a sample box of Z. B. T. Talcum Poufder should take advantage of. Fourth Floor—Lusburth ft Bro.