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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, November 07, 1937, Image 19

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Pour Committees Plan Sessions
This Week to Discuss Vari
ous Problems.
Pour committees of the Board of
Trade will hold meetings this week.
A dinner of the Public Order Com
mittee is scheduled for tomorrow at
6:30 p.m. in the Harrington Hotel,
and the Public and Private Buildings
Unit will meet at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow
in the trade board offices.
On Thursday at 12:30 p.m.. the
Executive Committee of the Traffic
Committee will hold a luncheon at the
Army and Navy Club. A joint meet
ing of the Streets and Avenues and
Bridges Committees is scheduled for
tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. at the Har
The Music Committee of the Junior
Board of Commerce also will meet
tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. in the Har
rington, and on Tuesday the Member
ship Committee subchairmen will meet
at the same time at S24 Fourteenth
A meeting of the Board of Directors
of the Junior Board is slated for Tues
day evening in the Mayflower Hotel.
More Quitting U. S. Than Enter.
Since 1S30 an average of 50,000 mere
persons have left the United States an
nually than have entered it.
Miss Mary Nourge Will Address
Club Tomorrow.
Chinese culture and the economic
situation in China will be discussed
by Miss Mary Nourse at a forum
luncheon of the Women’s National
Democratic Club at 12:30 p.m. to
Dr. Mary S. Hayes, director. Division
of Placement and Guidance of the Na
tional Youth Administration, will
apeak on “Youth and Recovery” be
fore the Education Committee of the
club at 11 a.m. Tuesday, it was an
nounced yesterday.
Ancient Chinese Ceremony.
To No was an ancient ceremony per
formed annually at Peiping, China, at
the end of each year for the purpose
of expelling the spirits of pestilence
of the old year and enthroning the
better spirits of the new year.
Society to Present World-Famous
“Passion According to St. Mat
thew” in March.
The Washington Choral Society, di
rected by Louis A. Potter, will begin
immediately weekly rehearsals for the
presentation of the world-famous
‘ Passion According to St. Matthew,”
by Bach, on March 21, the birthday
anniversary of the composer.
Last week the society gave its an
nual rendition of Brahms’ “Requiem”
at the Washington Cathedral.
The rehearsals for the next presen
tation will be held at 8 p.m. each
Tuesday at Central High School. The
chorus now numbers 135 singers, which
will be increased to 200 for the next
Clarence W. Zimmer is in the lead
for the series prize as the Monday
night bridge games at the Meridian
Bridge Club, 2400 Sixteenth street
N.W., reach the half-way mark to
Mr. Zimmer moved into first place
last week with a total of 19,570 points.
Mias Violet James Jumped from eighth
to second place with 16,270.
3-Pc. Warm 3-Pc. Reg. 7.93 3-Pc. Glo-Down
Snow Suits Coat Sets Coat Sets
5.55 5.99 7.95
Plaid nr plain lined jackets. Suede Cloth Coat with Bea- Coat, leggins and poke bon
Some with hoods and scarfs. ver trimmed collar, matching net. Angora trimmed. Bov'»
Reinforced ski pants. Size poke bonnet and zipper leg- style with helmet. Sizes 1
9 2 to 8. gings. Sizes 1 to 3. to 4.
Lansburgh's—Infants and Children—Fourth Floor
Famous Wright 29c to 33c Tots' Corduroy
Sleepers Tots9 Socks Overalls
Full cut and well Solid tops and 9 Bih - top, adjust- A/f _
,BuH,ton- fancy tops All ahle shoulder sus- ***©
front and drop- , wanted colors. , _ . ,
seat style. Un- Well made a n d pender. Choice of
breakable hut- long wearing. 4 deep colors,
tons. Sizes 0 to 6. Sizes A'/i to 6|2. Sizes 2 to 8.
. ..
A Special Purchase!
Little Boys9 & Girls9
^ 8.95
FOR LITTLE GIRLS: Tailored or fur
trimmed styles. With nice tailoring de
tails. Complete with off-the-face hat and
zipper leggins. Sizes 3 to 6.
FOR LITTLE BOYS: Tailored double
breasted models in shadow plaids or
checks. Coat with inverted pleat—belted
style. Complete with peak helmet and
leggins. Sizes 2 to 6.
Lansburgh's—/nfants and Children—
Fourth Floor
3-Pc. Flannelette Flannelette Sleepers Coat Slip-on
Sleepers Pajamas Sweaters
69c 44c 1.15
3 for 1.25
With 2 pain of pint.. Plain Some with fro* trim.. Solid hand embroidered!" Rounder
color, pink or blue. Good color*, nur.ery pattern., crew neck. Some with col
quality. Size* 1 to 4. .tripe*. Size. 2 to 6. lar*. Sizes 2 to 6.
Lensburgh's—Infants and Children—Fourth Floor
Tots Soft, Warm
Blanket Robes
Bright colorful OOf*
patterns. With OOw
cord belt and poc
ket. Warm and
•oft. Sizes 2 to 6.
Sample Sale! Infants9 Wear'
Included are toddler and
infants’ dresses, bobby suits,
creepers, Gertrudes, gowns,
and pajamas, sizes 2 to 6;
each _
7.99 and 10.99 B
All-Wool I
Julliard B
Flannel 8
5.99 I
With 3-Letter I
• Monogram! 8
• Easy-to-F asten ■
Zipper Styles fl
• Comfortable B
Wrap-Arounds 8
• Sizes for Everyone 8
—14 to 44 ■
Tailored with a nicety of jBJ
precision and care— JB
beautifully fitted in prin
cess lines with stunning B
bright colored zippers— IB
or a mannish Pullman
style with fine braid jB
scroll design. And in
Julliard flannel! All
wool, finely woven and
superbly light. B
Lansburgh's— Robes and Bj
Negligees — Third. Floor B
I 1. Braided Mesh Girdle_2.98 I
■V ^ 2. Sequin Evening Veil_1.98
H j&f 3. Sequin Evening Jacket_5.88 B
B ff , Scotty Belt Buckle Front. .1,00 jm
\ Many other brilliant and gay accessories such j||||
H y Vji'lf. ** ***lu*n Bowers, rhinestone zippers and zip- ]8h
|P t. '•'-%&* P*r pulls, rhinestone set gold-finish hows, etc., ^B
> ^B m ^•k priced from 50c to 5.88. ^B
■ M Lantburgh’i—Trimminge—Street Floor fi
^ 1^/
Sale! 3,000 Yards Silk and Rayon
• Rayon Alpaca • Printed Rayon Chulla
Crepes Crepes
• Pure* Dye and • Novelty Rayon
Weighted Silk Crepes Acetate Crepes
• Cheney's Rayont and • Printed Rayon Satins
Rayon Acetate Satin • Pure^Dye Printed
Crepes Silk Crepes
There’s nary a color or fabric type smiled upon by Dame
Fashion this Fall that's missing from this noteworthy group.
In it there are more than 200 plain and printed patterns.
There’s a fabric and a shade for—formal and informal
dresses—for sports and street costumes.' At 88c a yard,
they’re all Lansburgh quality fabrics—which means they are
excellent values.
Lantburgh’i—Fabrics—Third Floor
Six New Fall Weaves in 54-Inch
• Heatherlaines • Lovely Alpacas
• Colorful Plaids • Sturdy Suitings
• Sheer Crepes • Heavy Coatings
They’re fine combed yarns that weave the best and give
the longest service. They include everything from sheer
dress weights to zero weather coatings. In new wanted
shades, navy and black. All in 54-inch width.
Four Smart New Autumn Fabrics
Lustrous Ravon Satins and Rayon Taffetas, Peter Pan Prints and QAn
Cotton Suitings. 36-in. and 39-in. widths. Yard _'__
Lonsburgh’s—Fabric*—-Third Floor
$80 Rotary Electric
Because we are selling them {or less than the
regular price, we can’t tell you the name, but
you’ll know it as soon as you see the machine.
With all the exclusive features the make is fa
mous for. We were only able to secure a lim
ited number (to sell at this price). If you want
one, be on hand early without fail.
Lantburgh’*—Sewing Machine*—Third Floor
l * i
I New! I
I For Baby Togs I
I 45c ball I
Soft yarns in gentle baby colors. Just to
look at them is to make you want to knit one
for » baby (your own or somebody else’s) mt
Ipt some cunning little winter “woolies.” In three B
■ weights—very light, medium and heavy. ■»
I"Bunty” Frosty Crepe; 1-ox. skein_65c fi|
“Bunty” Lamp kin Yarn, 1-ox. ball.. —85c m
Lansburgh't—Yams—Third Floor
B Have Flowers in 6 B
B Weeks! 9
I Bulb Sets I
■ 39« I
^B Each amambla coniisti of a choice B
■ of bulbs packed with bulb fiber H
^B and polished chips in a Holland H
B Shoe, Colorful Bowl or miniature B
B Birch Log. Choice of Paper H;
j^B White, Hyacinth, Tulip or Yellow
B Calls Lily varieties. IB
■ Other styles at B
B 59c, 89c and 1.00 X
B Lansburgh’s—Notioni— H
B Street Floor B

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