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ITS CLUB PLAYS TO BE PRESENTED [Three Prize-Winning Works on Program Scheduled for November 29. The presentation of three prize win ring plays of the 1927 contest of the '.Arts Club, to be given on November 29 at the Wardman Park Theater, Will mark the first public appearance rs members in the history of the club. Because of the interest being mani fested in the presentation of these plays, in which the directors and the •best actors of the organization will Jplay the leading roles, a second per formance on the following night is being considered. Ail three authors of the winning fclays have had previous plays pre r*ented at the clubhouse in the past three years. Mrs. EMith Ogden Heidel, winner of the first prise with "Cat tle.” is author of "Scorpion,” "Sweet Hells Jangled” and "On the Dark Road,” all of which have won Art Club prizes, and "The White Gull,’’ which was first presented at the Pasa dena Community riayhouse. Mrs. Henry Hayes, author of “Princess of Dreams,” the second prize winner, is slso the author of the popular masque. "Glimpses of the Moon,” which was the feature of the June fete of the Arts Club in 1927. Miss Hayes has also won in previous contests with ‘’Godmother," a French war play, . nd "The Acid Test," an Hawaiian play. Miss Ann C. Laws, winner of the third prize, with "Overcoming Static,” has written several short plays which have won prizes and were presented jn this city and elsewhere. The three winning plays are being “produced under the personal direction r>f Maud Howell Smith, chairman of ; the dramatic committee, assisted by a production staff Which includes Dr. John Ryan Devereux, James Otis Dorter, John D. Long..-Glenn Madison ■Brown, Edward E. Muth and others. The three directors include Sibyl Baker, who will direct “Cattle”; Emma J/. Ostrander, who will direct "Over coming Static,” and Mrs. Henry Hayes, who will direct her own play, "Princess of Dreams.” ■ ■■ ■" " ■ Ordered to Oklahoma. Staff Sergt. Arthur E. Peterson, Medical Department, at Fort Myer, \’a., has been ordered to Fort Sill, Okla., for duty. THE DAILY HOROSCOPE Monday, November 14. Again benefic aspects will' rule to morrow, according to astrology, which reads much good luck while the con figuration prevails. Schools and colleges should benefit •specially on that day, which seems to presage tremendous intellectual progress for the pew year. Under this direction of the stars the mind is supposed to become exceed ingly alert and to attain clarity as well as activity. The rule favors the development of aviation and seems to presage much commercial use of airplanes and bal loons. Practical progress Is to supersede adventurous experiment in aerial nav igation, the seers prophesy, but dan ger of some sort will be responsible for rapid improvement. The Orient will offer new diplo matic problems. Engagements to marry are supposed to be especially lucky under this di rection of the stars, which seems to promise long prosperity’ *as well as loyalty. >, This is a benefic sway for actors, who are to find the. public more than usually cordial. New stago stars are* foretold and they will attain fame as much through technique and through training as through talent. ' Thanksgiving this year may bring uncertain and even stormy weather to many parts of the country, astrol ogers announce. Music and musicians are splendidly eMireqrted while this rule prevails, and ♦"artists may expect a season of great - »■ ~ . • Again a disaster at sea is foretold. Revere storms of most unusual char acter are indicated. Persons whose birth date it is may look forward to much enjoyment through society and cultural recrea tions. _ Children born on that day probably will -be exceedingly self-willed and determined. Subjects of this sign often defeat their own best interests through stubbornness. • . » • «Cop»rlrht. 1827. > ' JtimeT 0) Generates our very jjpp IP lives; its importance ■ w as /r««f ns life it • f definition iskjjQtir GLYCINE Watck Meets tbe Most Exacting Re quirements of Time ; and Taste The desire to possess a watch that ever shows each fraction of time—with exact pre cision—is universal. Americans go farther; they seek exclusive beauty in addition to ac ;; curacy. They find it in watches—when buy ing a GLYCINE. For both ladies and gentle men—respectively—Wrist and Strap Watches in all the famous GLYCINE MODELS. Come in—ask us to show you a few. /a S4O to $l4O 3 ffhftme &Gmpamj Jewelers <lls Silversmiths p STREET CV^aSBwSHaKMSKSaaSiHBHS^v) A • • Arranging Dinner * <1 A , I • fiL ODELL S. SMITH. A director of the Board of Trade, whf. has been named chairman of the com mittee planning the Midwinter dinner meeting of the board, to be held in February. FOREIGN SERVICE TRANSFERS MADE Washingtonians Included in Changes Announced by State Department. | F.ecent changes in the United States Foreign Service, just announced at the State Department, involve the transfer of Julius G. Lay of the Dis trict of Columbia, consul general at Calcutta, to Santiago, Chile, as coun selor of embassy; Joseph G. Groen inger of the District of Columbia, con sul, from Rotterdam to Batavia; Rob ert O'D. Hinckley of the District of Columbia, third secretary, from Mexi co to Panama; Merritt Swift of the District of Columbia, second secretary, from Peking to The Hague; Gilson G. Blake, jr„ of Maryland, consul, from Georgetown to Geneva; Joseph L. Brent of Maryland, vice consul, from Sautt Ste. Marie to the State Depart ment; Allan Dawson of ,lowa, third secretary, from Panama to Mexico City; Cornelius Ferris of Colorado, from consul at Cobb to consul gen eral at Dublin; Robert Frazer, jr„ of Pennsylvania, consul general, to Cal cutta; Arthur C. Frost of Massachu setts, consul general, from Tampico to Prague. Also Arthur B. Lane of New York, first secretary, from Mexico City to the State Department;. Frank C. Lee of Colorado, consul general, from the State Department to Singapore; Jay P. Moffat of New York, first secretary, from the State Department to Berne; John S. Mosher of New York, vice con sul, from Havana to the State Depart ment; George Tait of Virginia, vice consul, from Malta to Rotterdam. Four officers of the Foreign Serv ice have resigned: David EC. Bruce of Maryland, as vice consul dt Rome; S. B. Jacobson of New York, as con sul at Oslo; William L. Jenkins of Pennsylvania, as consul at Calcutta, and James D. McLaughlin of -Massa chusetts, as vice consul at Valpa raiso. • WINS IN CORN HUSKING DESPITE HIS HANDICAP Illinois Xan, With Boil on Hand, Takes Prise Ov*r 15 - County Chapvpiqne.. By the Associated Press. GALESBURG, 111, November 12. Despite the handicap of a boil on the hand which clasped his husking hook, Harold Holmes of Henry County yes t ay won the Illinois corn-picking championship from a field of 15 county champions. ’ \ - .. Holmes tossed a net total of 28.41 bushels info his wagon 1 during the 80-minute time limit, an average of 39 ears a minute. Elmer Williams. State * .’Champion for the past two years, and holder of the world record of 35,8 bushels, was forced into sixth place with 25.41 bushels. .. In corn-picking language, Holmes is a "clean husker.” Four-fifths of the .pianos in this country are out of tune says the president of the National Association of Piano Tuners. TTTE StryPAY STAIt. WASHINGTON-, T). C, UfOVKMBER 13. 1927-PART T. House jjj^iiUTmann c : of Meritor Seventh aim ! Eye Streets. For Thanksgiving—and All Time We are featuring many suggestions for the dining room —in anticipation of Thanksgiving Day—-when everybody wants the dming room to he perfectly appointed. 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