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TTITC WASHINGTON TBIES. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1014. 9 SEEKS 50 CHILD DANCERS COMWERCE FREE Parcel Post Packages Mailed to Any Address in the United States ' I BUREAU IB Til T LT II TO IQI'I I DANCE Usual Order Will Be Reversed at Gathering nUder Auspices of Suffragists. Thrrr will bo no "wall flowers at th" suffragists "The Dansaiit" at Rausch er's this afternoon. The unman who doesn't obtain a partner will have no one to blame but herself, for this is to be a ,suffragifet" di?nsant In the full sense of the word, and the women will reverse the usual order uid chooFv their own partners Not onlv will the wome nhave charge of the dance programs of the men and schedule the dances, but those gentle men who are particularly skillful per former" of the maxixe. tango, and other popular inures may evpect to be "hiokcn-in-on." just as the g rls have been treated in the ti.st. it is stated. "I tee no reason why the girls should stand b and wait to be asked to dance," said ilis Alice Paul, of the Congressional Union, today. "A woman has just as much right to ask a man to dance with her as the man has to ask a woman, uui it is absurd to say that she bhould not exercise this right. I hope all the young women at our dansant will feel at liberty to ask any man to dance to whom they may take a fanv. The more tncy 'rush' th,e men the better we will like it." That there will be an abundant supply of pretty girls to rush the men is pretty certain, according to Mrs. Dorothy Earle. who has charge of arangements. Sixteen are coming from the Colonial Bohool. who will assist in the tea pour ing, between dances, while the floor will be in charge of fifteen others, un der the direction of Miss Ruth Parker. All will be dressed 'n fancy costumes of yellow, purple and white, the colors of the union, while yellow and white chrysanthemums and lone streamers of purple bunting will ornament the hall. There will he a flower table in charge of Miss Ann Hopkins, and a candy table over which Miss Emily K. Perrv will preside. Dancincr will beg!n promptly at 4 o'clock. It is stated, and will con tinue until 7. OH C T TO BE QUMTID Foot : and Mouth Disease Is Found Near Waterford, But Situation Is Bright. All ol Loudoun county, Virginia. ly ing north of the Washington-Virginia railroad tracks, will be quarantined by the Federal and State authorities because of the outbreak of foot tnd mouth disease near Waterford. The disease has not yet spread from the area ot first Infection at Water ford, and the Department ot Agricul ture officials expect to check it theie. No new cases of the disease have been reported in any ot the quaran tined sections within twenty-four hours, and officials regard the situa tion as materially brightened. It Is announced by the Department of Agriculture that the entire State of Virginia will not be quarantined, unless there Is a further outbreak. iKHHKa&&: 'mam " flrc jfv-?HHHHannnffi?'Hift s?r i CHAiESANNOKED Secretary Redfield Tells of Shifts in Personnel of Department Under His Direction. AT MARKET OUTLOOK Washington Broker Returns With Encouraging Reports of Conditions. ISADORA DUNCAN. Turning her home at Deauville, France, into a military hospital, the California . danse interpreter is in the United States to find fifty physically sound hoys and girls between the ages of six and nine, for her school. Mme. Duncan virtually adopts such children, until they have reached the age of twenty-one. Commission on Plaza Is Inspecting Properties The property In the northeast sec tion of the Union Station plaza dis trict is being inspected today "by the members of the commission appoint ed by President Wilson to make the awards to the property owners The commissioners visited the district to day to get more definite knowledge of the land for which they are to re imburse the owners. U.S. to Pay Back $1,175,835 Of the Boxer Indemnity A hnLnni-p of SI. 175. 835. 64 from the 52.000,000 of the Chinese indemnity ' from the Boxer uprising- set aside to ' pav claims allowed by the Court of ' claims, can be returned to China in , cash, or in any other way the Secre- tary of State may determine, accord ing to a decision by Comptroller ( f the Treasury .Downey today. In 1908 Congress reduced the amount of indemnity to be taken from China, to what was believed to bo the actual expenses of this country aris ing from the uprising, but 12,000,000 of the amount taken off; wais set aside to meet judgments in the Court of Claims for citizens who had suffered damage. All of these cases nave been closed. Secretary of State Bryan has author ized cash payment of S200.000 of this sum to the Chinese minister here, and the payment is approved by the Comptroller. Clubwomen to HearPlea For Simple School Frocks The campaign of the Mother's Con gress for more simple dressing among school girls will be explained omorrow before the regular Saturday meeting of th" District Federation of Women's Clubs at the Public T.inrarj. Mm Giles Scott Rafter, president of the Mothers' Congress, will preside Other speakers from the congress will address the club women. Reports on dressing among school children will be submitted bv a special committee that has been investigating this subject. Wants Cotton Shipments To Germany Separated Cotton shipments to Germany should be forwarded in straight cargoes wher ever possible, according to Commercial Attache Townsend in Beilin. In a cablegram to the Department of Commerco today the attache says the greatest trouble in the holding up of cotton shipments, has been that they have been in mixed cargoes, sometimes with contraband goods, and that cargoes have been held because of the piesence of " contraband. When it Is necessary to ship to Germany in mixed cargoes, he says, care should be taken that no por tion of the cargo is contraband. Secretai-v of Commerce Redfield has announced the following changes in per sonnel in Ills department: Tn the Bureau of Foreign and Domes tic Commerce, the temporary appoint ment of Josenh LoeHler as expert fclerk) at $900 has been terminated, and the temuornrv appointment of MISs liuth Bevan as clerk at $720 at Chicago, has been extended. James H Torrcnce and Edward W. Sperry hace been probatlonally appoint ed as laboratory assistants at $900 and laboratory helper at J660, respectively. In; the Bureau of Stan lards, at Pittsourgn. Edward G. Brossett. seaman on the steamer Phalarope. of the Bureau of Fisheilcs. hns resigned. Charles McCallion has been temporar ily appointed as extra laborer at $340 In the Coast and Geodetic Survey. food am sonar T 0 ASSIST BELGIANS To consider further plans to increase the food contributions to the local Bel gian relief committee, there will be a meeting of the executive committee, of, which Mrs. John A. Logan is chairman, tomorrow afternoon at i o'clock, at 425 Eleventu street. x "There have been liberal contributions of clothing and money." .said Mrs. Mary LOgan Tucker, at committee headquar ters this morning "but the food dona tions have been "pitifully small The money tun, of course, be used to buy food, but wo need a quantity of pro visions, and we simplv must devise some means of increasing our supply." "I must say that we are doing splendid!- with our cash contributions." she continued. "A $50 check came in this morning, and a number of smaller eash contributions, making ou" total cash collections to date approximately $1,400." "W. B. Hibbs, of W. B. lllbbs & Co., bankers and brokers, who has just re turned Irom Xew York, where ho went to appear before the admissions com mittee of the New York Cotton Ex change, preparatory to becoming a member of that board, predicts an ac tive revival of Interest In the invest ment market with the resumption of bond, trading on the New York Stock Exchange tomorrow. Mr. nibb bases his opinion upon the fact that money in New York has again become cheap, and is easily ava'lable, and upon the numerous inquiries for in vestment securities which were re ported bv the members of the New York exchange with whom he talked. A further Indication, he says. Is to be found In the sharp rally of the- leading industrial and railway stocks. While the opening of the bond mar ket, under the restrictions which have ben prescribed by the governors of the exchange, is generally viewed bv New York brokers as a venture assured of success, Mr. THbbs said that few of these brokers look for a resumption of trading in stocks before the first of the new year. 200 Talesmen Summoned As Kabansky Trial Opens The trial of Herman Kabansky, charged with killing his moyier-in-law, Mrs. Liena Raboy, on March 20, wai? begun before Chief Justice Covington, in Criminal Court. No. 1, today. ATter tho court had directed that 200 extra talesmen be summoned for Monday, an adjournment was taken until then, as there 'was no hope or obtaining a jury today. Ira E. Cole Married. Washington friends of Ira E. Cole, who for several years lived in this city today received cards announcing his marriage to Miss Luclnna P. Hegelc, of Melrose Park, 111., of which place Mr. Cole is now a resident. Record for Parcel Post Perishables Is Broken All records for parcel post business In perishable products were broken 'by the Washington Postofllce on the eve of Thanksgiving. More than 1.000 parcels that could be positively Identified as containing perishable food products moving from the farm to the table, were distributed to as many Washlngtonians in time for the Thanksgiving feast. CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the f Ignature of W$SJ 4H.:..:Hi-H"H-M-4'-:":";"i"i-i":"H":"i--H--;-:"i"i"i"i":"i"i"i If It's Made of Paper You Can Get It at Andrews' Our Christmas Stocks Are Now on Display It is undoubtedly the best collection we have ever had the pleasure of showing you, and is so carefully assorted that it pro vides for all your needs. There are many dainty and exclusive novelties, both use ful and ornamental, in leather, brass, ivory and glass; all sorts of attractive toilet articles and desk fittings and a wonderful as sortment of fancy stationery. Tilings suitable for gifts to MEN, usually hard to find, are very plentiful. Our assortments of GREETING CARDS, CHRISTMAS BOOKLETS and CALENDARS are equally attractive and re plete with individuality. PLEASE NOTE: Many or the most attractive pieces are IMPORTED and it will be IMPOSSIBLE TO REPLACE THEM BEFORE CHRISTMAS, if at all, so an early selection is very advisable this year. R. P. Andrews Paper Company 727-729-731 13th St.N.W. and 629 Louisiana Ave. N.W. I t x T T t 4- I T I i J. :- I X T T T ! XD&oobwaro Si Hotbrop New York-WASHINGTON- Paris. ' We Offer a Superior Gift Shopping Service In every way the best of any former years. EARLY SHOPPING HAS MANY ADVANTAGES We will not be open late any evening this Christmas regular hours 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. rriSSTffSSrrSw v--i ,,,r.iiM a -riSKrav MJ"- 'JJx.ajrO dOM Gifts for the New Baby AndtheLittleFolks of a Few Years The Baby Shop is the most delightful place to choose the Christmas Gifts for the New Baby and the Little Folks up to 6 years of age. We offer a few suggestions: White Cashmere Coats, trimmed with hand-scalloped edge and some silk lined, others have sateen lining, $5.00 and up to $10.50. White Silk Bonnets, many dainty and attractive con ceptions, trimmed with feather-stitching, ruching, flowers, embroidery and lace edge, 50c and up to $4.50. Angora Sweater Sets Four pieces, consisting of cap, sweater, leggins and a pair of mittens, and just the things for wear when cold days come, very moderately priced at $5.00. Sweaters, of plain wool weave, in white, white with colored band trimmings and the various red, blue and tan colorings, $1.50 to S3. 50 each. Knitted White Mittens, with and without thumbs, 25c, 3 5c and 50c pair. Knitted Leggins, with and without feet, drawstring at waist, $1.00 each. Afghans, Pillows, Pillow Tops, Clothes Trees, Baskets, Toilet Articles and all sorts of Pretty Nursery Furnishings. Third Floor. F Street. Time to Begin the Selection of . CHRISTMAS BOOKS And we are sure that all our patrons will be better accommodated than previously. The Book Store has been moved to spacious quar ters in the New F Street Building. It has double the space it formerly occupied, permitting much finer display facilities, and larger stocks of books of every kind and de scription. The fixtures are all new and modern the place is abundantly roomy and books can be examined at leisure. The ideal place to select Gift Books as they should be the right book for the right person. Second floor, F street New elevators of the F street building dispatch passengers right to the Book Store. Children's Sweaters 95c An excellent Wool Sweater for children. In navy, gray, and white. Good values it $1.25. Special to- morrow QC ' at &w j Main Floor. Store Hours: 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. $4.98Angora Sweaters $3.98 Established in 1860 Notice Change of Store Hours BcsianlBff Monday, November 36, Mean Open 8:30 A. M.; Close 6 P. M. Women's Pure Angora Sweaters: medium, welprht but very warm; ?ood assortment of colors. Jlejrular 54.98 value. Special.... Main Floor, S3.98 Saturday Is Ready-to-Wear Day-Extraordinary Values for Tomorrow's Shoppers Women's andMisses Ready-to-Wear Garments Coat Suits, Coats, Evening and Afternoon Dresses at a Fraction of Their Real Worth Values in the Lot From $22.50 to $42.50 The announcement of this offering, which Included the bunching of odd lots from our enormous season's selling, brought forth a jjenerous response from our women far and near, who were quick to realize the wonderful savings. Tomorrow is the last day for you to secure one or more of these garments at a tremendous saving. Values worth up to J43.E0, at , W4 Coat Suits for Women and Misses Values to $42.50 Materials . are poplins, gabar dines, broadcloths, cheviots, and serges, including an abundance of black, navy, and all colors. Sizes up to 49. On sale Second Floor. Warm Winter Coats for Woaen and Misses. Values to $32.50 Materials are zibellnes, Arabian lamb, heavy plaid coatings, chevi ots, and broadcloths; all the fav ored models in all sizes. Street tod Evening Dresses ftr Wonei aid Misses. YaIie$to$35 Materials include charmeuss, failles, peau by cygne, taffeta, crepe de chine serge and satin combinations. All sizes up to 40. An Exceptional Offer Ladies' $1.98 Leather Handbags 95 C T tA TnthAi TlnrVB atvlto OTIfl filinnAff rOnfOritl ing with the latest fashions; made of spal and peb bled goatskin. Persian pin seal, and genuine Turk ish morocco; lined with moire or black or tan leath er; all fitted with mirrors and purse; an unusual offering for your own use or for Xmas giving. QKp Regular $1.98 value. Tomorrow Uu Other Special Value. Gents' Three-fold Pocketbooks; genuine fi- flA morocco or pin seal. Special at DJ.Wr Gents Collar Boxes, in kid and suede. A large assortment of colors. These make excellent g- fA gifts at tD-l.UU Leather Handkerchief Cases, in good as- QQp sortment of colors,, at tOt $3.00 Milady'B Promenade Bags: fitted with mir ror, purse, perfume or salts bottle; vanity Qn ffA and promenade sticks. Special at Dt0J On Sale Main Floor. 25c Purchase of Sample Neckwear 39c and 50c Values at . . 1.000 sample pieces of tadles Fine Xeckwear purchased at about one-half its real worth enables us to offer these excellent values for tomorrow. In cluded In the lot are Collars, Sets, and Vestees 'Of batiste, lace trimmed; also Venice Lace Collars; all the very newest styles., These are regular 39c )Kn and 50c qualities. Tomorrow wt Select You Gift Neckwear While Stocks Arc Freak Complete. Bows and Flowers, one in a box; Lace-trimmed Batiste Collar and Cuff Sets. Venice or Oriental Lace Collars, Embroidered Batiste Collars; all OCT In pretty holiday boxes, at uOkt Lace-trimmed Batiste Collar and Cuff Sets, Satin Pleated Sets, also Collars In any number of pretty styles, In batiste, lace and Litin; all in pretty cf boxes Oliv Lace Boudoir Caps, trimmed with various colored ribbons On 8ale Main Floor. 50c Another Extraordinary Sale of Stylish Trimmed Hats Values Up to $10.00 At $5.00 Never have we offered an assortment of such Beautifully Trimmed Hats as we do in this sale tomorrow. Every wanted shape, including Glengarry Turbans, Gainsborough, and Large Sailor effects, exquisitely trimmed with grape, flower motifs, fur, and ostrich. Colors are black, jririte, Izetta pink, blue, red, and all the latest and most, desirable combinations. Not a hat in the lot worth les3 than $7.50. Most of them are good values at $10.00. C A A VifeS JJ Second Floor. Special for this sale tomorrow. AH Xmas Handkerchiefs Neatly Boxed Ladios' embroidered corner, all linen and hemstitched; hundreds of pietty styles from 10. which to '.elect, at.. t Ladies' Shamrock lawn, em broidered corner, 3 in a rA. prcttv Klft box for 03 Men's All-linen Initial Hand kerchiefs, pretty embroidered initial in corner; 6 In a HTLn box for tM Men's All-linen and Sheer Cambric Handkerchiefs, hem stitched border. An 1 0? unusual quality at .... XL i& Children's Handkerchiefs, with Initial-embroidered corner; 3 In a pretty gift OZp hot for UO, First Floor. Stationery Specials For Gift Giving Correspondence Cards with gold edges. The long, narrow and the regular size envelopes. "4 cards and 24 en- OK velopes In a pretty gift box iv Linen-finish Writing Paper, In .the long, narrow shape or regular envelopes. 24 sheets and 24 envelopes In OK Christmas boxes uO One Quire of Paper and 24 Gilt-edge Cards and 43 Envelopes. In a OQp pretty holly box for gifts DUX, TOILET NEEDS 11.00 Red Rubber Guaranteed '7Q, Hot-Water Bags 'I 5flc Sterling Silver Deposit Smelling Salts. Attractive styles, at Hymettus Soap. Hard milled. Regular 10c cake. 4 for 7 rolls Fine Tlsbue Toilet Paper for Small Vial Mary Garden Per fume ." La Reina Glycerine and Rose "tt'atcr. A bottle "Woodworth's Extracts. All rlors. Nicely boxed. At Williams' Combination Toilet Water, talcum and Vanity. tOf Special oy,, 45c 25c 25c 25c 17c 25c 10c Art Dept. Specials 39c Stamped Ofi Pillow Slips . . OC Stamped Tan Linen Fringed Pillow Slips, with Scarfs to match; easy designs to work. Regular 39c value. ? 19c Stamped Infants' Bibs . Stamped Infants' Bibs. French and eyelet designs on fine linen. 19c value. Special. -J A- Free Lessons for Children Saturday is children's day Free lesson In art embroidery and crochet work from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Competent instructors in at tendance. Art Dept. Sth St. Annex A Sale of Vital Importance to Every Mother M vaY;:t Children's Coats Sizes 6 to 14 years 1.1 68 Coats bought at a tremendous price concession from two of New York's foremost makers brings these garments to you at prices that in many instances do not cover the cost of materials. On sale tomorrow in three distinct lots. ALL COLORS Lot 1 Children's Warm Coats, sizes 6 to 14. Values up to $7.00. TOMORROW, $3.66 ALL STYLES Lot 2 Children's Warm Coats, sizes 6 to 14. Values up to $10.00. TOMORROW, $5.66 On Sale Second Floor. ALL SIZES Lot 3 Children's Warm Coats, sizes 6 to 14. Values up to $15.00. TOMORROW, $8.66 1 2fv HI !-:: : K"H4-44H-w4-444