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CITY DEVELOPMENT ML BE DISCUSSED Delano to Take Up Artistic Viewpoint in Address to Garden Club. “The Artistic Development of the National Capital” will bo be subject ©f an address to be delivered by Fred •rick A. Delano at a meeting of the Council of Presidents of the Garden Club of America Tuesday morning at the Carlton Hotel at 10 o'clock. To the meeting, which wiii 1* presided ©ver by Mrs. John A. Stewart, Jr., president of the Garden Club of America, the officers and directors of the Garden Club, the chairman of the standing committees, the editorial staff of the Bulletin, the president and one delegate from each member club and the members at large are invited. A report on the important work be ing done in the interest of national conservation will be made by Mrs. S. V. R. Crosby of Boston, the chair man of that committee. Dr. John C. Merriam, president of the "Save the Redwoods” League, also will speak on the same subject. Progress of the committee on the scholarship In landscape architecture in the American Academy at Rome, which the Garden Club of America has founded, will be reported by Mrs. Harold I. Tratt. Mrs. William K Prentice of Princeton. N. J.. is chair man of this committee. Luncheon will be served at 1 o'clock and at 2 o’clock the meeting of the president's council will be opened for private discussion on club matters with Mrs. Stewart presiding. Among the prominent members who will attend the meeting are the fol lowing: Mrs. John A. Stewart, Jr., of Short Hills, N. J., president; Mrs. John H. Lynch of New York, secre tary; Mrs. William Rand of New York, treasurer; Mrs. Horatio Gates Lloyd, Haverford, Pa.; Mrs. Walter S. Brew ster of Chicago, Mrs. S. V. R. Crosby of Boston, Mrs. Luke Vincent Look wood of New York, Mrs. C. Oliver Ise lin of New York, Mrs. J. Willis Martin of Philadelphia, Mrs. William A. Lock wood of New York, Mrs. Frank B. Noyes of Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Harold Irving Pratt of New York. Mrs. William K. Prentice of Princeton, Mrs. Henry R. Rea of Pittsburgh, Mrs. John Sherwln of Cleveland and Mrs. T. H. B. McKnight of Pittsburgh. POULTRY-PET SHOW OPENS HERE TUESDAY Officials of Exhibition Say Entries at Auditorium Will Surpass Any Previously Offered. Arrangements have been completed for the National Poultry, and Pet Bhow, which opens Tuesday in the Washington Auditorium. Entries re ceived point to the finest collection of. birds ever exhibited here, officials declare. Most of the space in the auditorium has been reserved for the show, which may become an annual Institution here, ft is predicted that the forth coming ’ show will eclipse any ever held here in point of number of en tries snd variety of birds. The past year has seen a widespread revival of interest in poultry shows, and many successful exhibitions have been held fn other parts of the coun try. according to A, Mowll, secretary of the show.: -< Prizes, ribbons and trophies will be awarded not later than the second day Os the show. The judges will Include Robert Waldron, John Kriner, Harold Tompkins. George Nortnan, Aaron Fell and Walter Krone. Social Compensations. Prom the Boston Transcript. Hostess (discouraged over dinner party)—So many people have disap pointed rae tonight. Thrifty Husband—Well, cheer up! Wo can live for a whole week on What's left over. 9B? BRUNSWICK PANATROPE Compare the Tone THE high notes and the low—all sounds aud ible to the human ear—are reproduced with absolute accuracy by the Brunswick Fanatrope. Your.old phonograph missed 50% of these! Hear the Brunswick Panatrope in our store. You’ll agree —there’s nothing equals it. Let us tell you now easily you may have this magnificent instrument in your home this Christmas. ARTHiIIMM f piANO (®) COMPANY G Street, Corner 13th 'V Helen in New Role ■Bigg A queen of America’s tennis courts. Helen Wills, makes a fetching stage queen, too. Here she is in the costume she wore in the title role of "The Oriental Lady,” given by the San Francisco Junior League. ANDIRONS i and FIRE SCREENS I FRIES, BEALL & SHARP S Burglary Insurance NATIONAL SURETY CO. W. H. Ronsaville, Manager 719 15th St. Main 414-415 fi6JACKSONI PLACE (On Lafayette Square) New Office Building j Will Be Ready for Occupancy January Ist One-half block from White House and State-War-Navy Building. Overlooks 1 Lafayette Square, the Mall and Potomac River. Offices admirably ar ranged in half-floor suitet. Quiet and dignified location for law firms and organizations. ' ! H. GUY HERRING 26 Jackson Place Main 8940 TTTT! STTNTUY STAT?, WASTTT\T,TO% T , T>. T„ IWIWTWT! 4, IW-TART T. BAL BOHEME WORK BEGUN IN EARNEST Committee on Costumes Takes Formal Possession of Big Loft in Willard. Preparation for the fifth annual Rnl Roheme of the Arts Club of Wash ington were begun in earnest last week, when tlie committee on cos tumes for the ball formally took pos session of the big loft in the V illard Motel, which has been placed at their ' ©I a • Due to an error of type transposition in an advertisement of The Hecht Co. appearing i fjFf P I | j|| • on the last page, Amusement Section , of today's Star, the descriptive matter appears incor * - rectlv related to the coat illustrations. Their advertisement is therefore correctly reprinted below disposal for the coming two months, and began the work of cutting, sewing and -fitting the 33 costumes which will be worn by the committee of prominent members of the club who will be known as the "army” and will have charge of the floor manage ment of the ball, under the leader ship of Roy L. Neuhauser. Arrangements for all phases of the Bnl Boheme’s activities are taking shape under the chairmanship of Gideon A. Lyon and Mrs. Warren N. Akers, who as vice chairman of the committee on arrangements likewise has been a prime mover in previous Bals. Mrs. Will C. Barnes, chairman of the committee- on costumes, is supervising the preparations at the Willard workrooms for the costumes, and later in the month the committee on decpratlons also will move into the same quarters, where settings for the hall will be made. These workrooms have been arranged through the court esy of Frank S. Hight, manager of the hotel. Mrs. Barnes has made the follow ing assignments among costume com mittee members: Mrs. William J. Peters as "acheteur," Mrs. George W. Johnson as "coupeuse," and Mrs. G. A Lyon as "maltresse de la garde rol>e." The design for the floor com mittee costumes was made by Shep ard Taylor, in competition with many art students and artists In the city. Arts Club activities for December cover art exhibitions in the club rooms by Walter Beck, distinguished American painter, and photographs by Frances Benjamin Johnston, show ing studies in early American archi tecture. Beginning December 11, the annual exhibition of paintings, draw ings and sculpture by club members will be on view until the end of the month. Miss Frances Benjamin Johnston will speak Tuesday evening on “Old Gardens and Old Houses Along Colonial By-paths”; December 13 Will C. Barnes will speak on ‘'Trailing the Long Horns." December 27, Carl C. Mose, who has recently come to the city to take charge of the class in sculpture in the Corcoran School of Art, will talk on "Sculpture,” and December 2d William Partridge will give a talk entitled "What Is Archi tecture?" Other programs to be given this month include the evening devoted to the reading by the dramatic com mittee of the contest plays of 1927, not selected as prize winners; special showing of Walter Beck’s “Tempera mentals" not In the present exhibition at the club; an evening in charge of the industrial art committee, and an evening of Christmas music, Decem ber 22, under the direction of Mrs. Frank Howard and the Tuesday Evening Chorus, assisted by Kather ine Riggs, harpist, and Mrs. Duff Lewis, violinist. December 31 the monthly meeting of "The Mill" will be held. Chemists are predicting that the In terior of the earth will be harnessed and conveyed to our homes for heat tng. KEM"'S GOES HOME. 11l Health Forces Return of In diana Committeeman. Joseph B. Keallng, Republican na tional committeeman for Indiana. de», rided last night to return to his home in Indianapolis, believing the strain of the approaching meeting of the. committee would be too great upon his health. 1 1 Kealing has not been feeling well since his arrival here a few days ago. With the introduction of broom-corn by American experts, a new broom In dustry Is being started In Haiti. . .