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-p; -"y jp "KV ' p TfTI '" THE WASHINGTON TBIES, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1915. 11 News Notes and Gossip of the Day In the Smart Set of Washington Items of Interest and Impor tance of Pasl, Prtsentj and Future Among Qfficial and Fashionable Folk. station and on the ships In the yard will give tonight In tho sail loft, where ntriioroi flp and buntfng. will form the decoration In tho'i.c ceding llhii with Mrn. Olennon will be Mm William H. Bensrn, Mw. A. U Wlllard. Mrs. J5. W. Bonoffon. Mrs. ,J, T. Oatew.ood. nnd Mil. XV. I J. .Ikeah''' Supper will bo served at midnight on the lower floor, of thp building. ! t Gen. nnd Mrs. I.ouJb V. Caslarc have opened their house at 1446 N street northwest, after being abroad several vcats. The officer and ladle's at Frjt. Myer wlU onlnrtaln Informally thlB afternoon at the- second of the Friday Afternoon tea dances which they havo panned to Rive In the adminis tration building weekly throughout tho season. Mrs. ai.asirmv. wife of Major Wll- ney Chase will preside at the tea table. iM!,,0?,.' ..Vi.Xd lA ., - a.w . . ..-, --..- Mrs. Hugh Ollphnnt will cntettaln at a tea this afternoon at her apartment In tho Ontario In compliment to Mrs. Peter Wheeler, of San Francisco. The npartment Is decorated with Christmas greens and masses of red flowers whllo an attractive center piece of potnscttas will adorn the tea table. Mrs. Eras mus Weaver, Mrs. nussoll, Harrison, Mrs. Presley M. Rlxey and Mrs. Vol Others assisting Mrs. Ollphnnt will bo hr daughter. Miss Margaret Coulter Ollphant, Mrs. Charles Coles Tuckor, Mrs. Ralph Ktrkmnn, .Mrs. Edward Schramm, Mrs. James Safford, or Springfield, Mass! Mrs. Bernard Rawl, Mrs. LaBalle Picket, Mrs. Angle Brooke Armat, and Mrs Q. L. Caskey. Home of the young ladles who will assist In the dining room will bo Miss Pauline Wheeler, Miss Katherlne AVheelcr, Miss vcollng the guests by Mrs. Chnrlen maips or iiie noi Mis. William P. Wooten and Mrs. ?flt. Menoher and other ladles of Jjitf Llttell will preside at tho" Isaac W ten table, - Capt. and Mrs. W. E. P French were hosts at dinner last night In compli ment to Opn. and Mrs. George P. Sorlven. Mr. und Mrs. Frailer U. Head were fnmong the( guests. " ! Mrs. S. Percy Thompson was hos- Louisa Hughes, Miss Davis, Miss Mary tess at a bridge party of nine tables Wallace, and Miss Henrietta Noller. The members of tho .Congressional Club will recelyo at 4 o'clock this after noon for tho last time until the llrst Friday Of tho new year. Mrs. Atlee Pomerene, president of the club, will be assisted by Mrs. Joseph W. Byrns, of Tennessee. Mrs. Thomas P. Oore and Mrs. Ales J, Gronna will preside at the tea table. Others assisting In the dining room will include Mrs. John W. Abercromble. Mrs. Joslah W. Alex ander, Mrs. Sidney Anderson. Mrs. Thomas H. Anderson, Mrs, W. E. An drews, Mrs. R. D. Anthony, Jr., Mrs. R. W. Austin, Mrs. A. J. Barchfcld. Mrs. A. W. Barclay, and Mrs. Job Bar nard. Phellx Uarzeglla will present a musical program throughout the after noon. Mrs. Joseph Clay Habersham Colquitt will be at home this afternoon at her apartment In the Sf. Regis. She will be assisted by Mrs. Charles Nelson Riker and Miss May Power. This Is tho last time that Mrs. Col quitt will receive this season. - $-" Miss Ellen Flllebrown entertained In formally at luncheon yesterday 'at her residence, In LeRoy place The tablo was decorated In green and white, In keeping with the quaint Japanese dolls, garbed In gorgeous Oriental fabrics, which formed the place cards. Mrs. Clement A. V. Flagler entertain ed at bridge yesterday afternoon In compliment to Mrs. Junius Wolf, of Mo bile, who Is her guest. Invited to meet Mrs. Wolf were Mrs. Walter Wells, Mrs. Joseph nomlston Cranford, Mrs. Mark Bristol. Mrs. Jay Hoffer. Mrs. Robert Howze, Mrs. William P. Wooteir, nnd Mrs. Mclver. Bridge was fol lowed by ten. Mis, Flai;lcr will file another bridge party for her gues Mon day aftcrnopn. The president eenoral. Mrs. William C. Story and the National Society of the Daughters of tho American Revolution arc nrranglng a brilliant social affair for this evening at Memorial Continental vIIall. A coioplIracnWrv nrcsentation of the photoplay. "Tho Rattle Cry of Peace." will be given In the interest of national dcefnse. Tho committco on arrangements Is composed of the following: The na tional officers of tho society Mrs. Rob ert I.nnslng. Mrs. John W. Foster, who is an honorary president general of the Daughters of the American Revolution: Mrs. Joseph E. Ransdell. Mrs. Samuel Spencer. Mrs. Charles R. Davis. Mrs. George M Sternberg. Mrs. George W. Baxter, Mrs. Gcorgo T. Smallwood. Mrs. William A. Smoot. Mrs. Lisle Seaton Lipscomb, Mrs. William A. Clemcntson, Mrs. Ernest A. Allan, and Mrs. Champo Carter McCulloch. Mrs. Frank Foster Greenawalt. state regent of tho District of Columbia Daughters of the American Revolution, to chairman of tho com mittee Among those who have signified their intention to bo present are tho Secre tary of State and Mrs. Lansing, tho flecretary of the Treasury and Mrs. McAdoo, tho Secretary of Agilculturo and Mrs. Houston, the Postmaster Gen eral and Mrs. Burleson and Miss Burleson, and the occasion will be marked bv a large and brilliant Bother ing of officials and resident Washlng tonlans. Dr. and Mrs. J. Dudley Morgun will give a dinner Wedvs'lay night nt tho Chevy Chase Club in compliment to Mrs. Morgan's nieces, Mlsd .Noia Hill and Miss Hllraborh Hill, daughters of Dr. and Mm. Richard Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson will give a dinner at their lesldonec, tn Sixteenth street on tho ernlnv' of December 28. inking their gutits lutei to tho liancu which Mr. and Mrs. Sherman McCul lum will give. - - Cadet William Deeble will come U Anshlnton from West Point Orccrii ber 24 to visit his mother. Mrs. RMcv Heebie He will go to Norfolk tin Lc cember .'o to spend the week end with Mrs. Wales. -- Mrs. Edward A. Quintard ha.i sent out cards for a tea December 21 In hon or of her df.nghlcr-ln-law, Mrs. Kdwurd A Quintard, Jr.. who, with her hu.'i hand, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Quin tard. Di Henry S. Drinker, president of Le high fnlverslty. arrived yesterday and is stopping at the Wlllard. Ia Vqrne Is'oycs. of Chicago: Adolph Lowlsohn, of New York: H. E. Chubblck, of Illinois; Mrs. William Skinner, and Miss M. W. Turner, of Tho Plains, Va.; Mrs. Fred erick P. Bagley, and Miss Bagloy, of BoBton. and w. F. Sadler, of Trenton, adjutant general of Nov Jersey, were other prominent arrivals of yesterday. Mrs. Glennon, wife of Cupt. J. If. Olennon, commandant nt the navy yard, will receive the quests at tho dance which the officers "ijt tho naval followed by a !?n. vosterdnv nttnf noon at hor residence In R street. A large round c,cnterplco of poln seltlns decorated the tea table, which wan presided over by7 Mrs. F. K. Mld dleton and Mrs. J. M. Thompson. A One of the most brilliant audiences Ington from their" homo at Burlington, Vt., and ana stopping dt tho Wlllard. . Mrs. Henry Brcckcnrldgo will b'e hostess at the tea-danco which the members of tho Washington Fencers' Utib will give op the afternoon of De cember 30 from 4 to 7 o'clock. Mrs. Julian James will receive on the afternoon or December 31 from 4 to 7 o'clock. - Mrs. Seth Shepard, Jr., has gone to hynnston, III., to spend several weeks with her father. Mr. Pynchon. Mr. and Mrs. Ord Preston have gone to ISnglewcod, K. J to tnake a short stay. Mrs. Preston's parents. Gen, .and Mrs. Aithur Murray, nrn with Mr and Mrs. Preston at their home, in U street, for an Indefinite stay. Mrs. W. W. Bowling and children, off laurel, mo., win ,puss tno unristmas holidays with Major and Mrs. William J. Glasgow, fat Fort Myer. .J. Tho Misses Overman, daughters of senator Overman, were amonv those entertaining parties at the Wlllard last UlRht for thp flrut at tti nrl nr turn. per dances which will be given after Many Entertainments Are Planned by the Leaders of , Society in Washington Gossip of Hostesses. lett, John 8. Blair, Gist, Blair. Wood berry Blair, J. B. Uaync. Lloyd Bowers, D. P. Blrnlc, A. T, Brlcc, A. a. Burlo- mam U a t)pAnlAnilwa VI T7 T7,..vtiA cull, i w. uivvauiuninv. A' A ,,.., Henry B Brown, Alox. Brltton, Charlea 11. Butler, F. H. "Brooke, Charles Camp bell, Porry Belmont, Calderon Carlisle. a. L. Bradley, J, juanaeviuc -jarusie, Thomas M. Chatard, V. N. CuBhman, Robert S. Chew. Jlenry M. Clabauith. Richardson Clover, Champ Clark. Mur ray Oobb, E. II. Coy, Mmo. Henri do HiDour, ueorge- uewey, Harrison jjougc, F. A. Delano, William F. Draper, F. W. Denva. John W. Dwlght. A. C. Downing. Richard F, Ely, d. B. Elklns, Corcoran Eustts, Thomas Kwlng, Gibson Fnhne- stocK, I'. aeu. roust, wiuiam h. iox, Charles C. Glover, E. B. Qrandln, Ed K. uoidSDorougn, v. w: uregory, u. ai, Garrison. A. W. Greoly. Gilbert H Gros. vonor, 1'rcston Qlbson. Arnold Hague, the performances of ttrand oneia this.! O. E. Hamilton, Christian Hcmmlck, weefc or""""-tB i Prana opeia mij chandIer Httle Mlpa Porcnco Hoyden! a 'iionara a. Manow. ueorge r, tiarnson, Mrs Thetim Wllli-.fto R(m ,., ...tJhn B. Henderson, Robert Hinckley, at card, for ft im S iht, '?! t.mI w' - ,,Itl' Hobert n- '" R- 8- R :: tu,s lor a. leu uunce on Thursday I , vnnir num. -iiirkmnn,i r ni.. om on c MdvI Mr Sim, ntlrf IVflnu dllMH ...111 .- ' "vwriiU liunmui wewihe . iiuiii UUIIII homo at" tbJtr Sn inw,j,i,nil IIayc Hammond, XV. B. Howe. Charles "..?. " lli?'r J',.ldon?e.'. .'". Wyoming , D. Hinrhcs. Oliver W. Holmes. Bcnlamlii avenue, on tho first and third Tuesdays in reurvari-. The Yale Glee. Banjo and Mandolin f "rnnfnce efh', Evening of the seasonTf Svia,R1,Jomorrow n,8h;' T"ey w111 r lasco Theater bv tho Rnaim, n-.,.i Opera Company tn conjunction with Alme. Pavlowa's Imperial Ballet Russe. A. notable gathering which had expected to attend the opening performance last night was disappointed, as the company wos blockaded by a heavy storm and could not reach Washington In time. Dozens of dinner parties wore Intendtd to precede the first presentation of opera last night, among them being the dlnnor given by Commissioner of Pat ents and Mrs. Thomas Ewlng. who en tertained tho Secretary of State and Mrs. Robert Lansing and Rear Admiral Sidney A. Staunton. Mr. and Mrs. Edson Bradley gave a dinner for tho Spanish Ambassador and Mme. de Rlano and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wostcott. The Third Assistant Secretary of State and Mrs. William Phillips enter tained at dinner the Secretary of the niiunur anu aim. r ranKiin iv. iane I Mr. and Mrs. Christian Hemmlck had! at dinner the Postmaster General and Mrs. A S. Burleson and others. Col. and Mrs. Robert Thompson had as quests Mrs. Thomas F. Baard and Miss Lydla Blddlo. Mr. and Mrs Gibson Fahnestock en tertained the Secretary of Agriculture and Mrs. David Houston. Captain Barbour, and W. Bowie Clarke. Capt. Alexander M. Watson. V. S. M. C. and Mrsi Watson's dinner guests were Gen. and Mrs. George Harnett. Captain and Mrs. Watson's house guest. Miss Chrlssie Clark, of Santa Barbara, Cal.. and Capt. 'Thomas Holcomb. U. S. M. C. The French Ambassador and Mme. Jusserand attended the meeting oi the Alllnnce Francalse this afternoon, wken M. Henri Cavllle. who had Just arrived from France. lectured. Among others present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry White, Mrs. James Harrlman. Mrs. William Corcoran Euatls, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert HItt. .J. Mrs. Calderon Carlisle has sent out cards for a tea, from 5 to 7 o'clock on Uio arternoon of December 2S, to meet Mrs. Frank Polk. Mr. and Mrs. Hennen Jennings will be hosts ut dinner on tho evening of December 30, In compliment to tho members of the second Pan-American Scientific Congress. ! . Brig. Gen. Stephen P. Jocclyn. U. S. A:, retired, Alfs. Joceln, and Miss Dorothy Jocc'.yfr have arrived In Wasn- tertalnmbntii hnv i.nn ,.,.,..... ,1- them dilrlng their stSy here. '' "" tt. "S, Patronesses for the concert aro AmtSal?e"n A. D. Addison. Nicholas Anderson, J. B. Aleshlre. James F. Bar- n s" Sl5e ?,araoAt'TA,freU E- Bt''. D. S. Barry, Alex. O. Bell, P, W. Bart- Opcn Kvenlngfi Until Chrlotma. Hcllcn, Ralph Jenkins, James M. John, ston. H. V.. A. King. D. M. Kin. dlebcrger. Philander C. Knox. Ar thur Lee, Miss Bessie J. Kibbey, Hugh Lcgarc. Joseph Leitcr, L. C. Lchr, N. S. Lincoln. George Gould Lincoln, Nicholas Longworth, Robert Lansing, Francis B. ioring, J. n. iamar, t. is. Lane. Ormsby McCammon. C. It. Mu Cawley, Edward McCawIey. W. G. Mc Adoo, A. uorrison AiccnniocK, rrca u. McGulre. Josenh McKeuna. Randolph ,. ,"aa..v X- WrtT n..nt.nm fM.mnB .AICIYim, uruiBU w. uitunimimii. "'" McMillan. Ed McLean, Franklin Mac- Veagh..Alex. r. Magruuer, Aiex. aiac Kny-Srnltli, John Magrudor. Charles I Marlatt, Henry May, I. T. Mann, Wil liam 11. Merriam. James v, Miteneu, j, Upsher Moorhend, Frank T. Moorhcad, i Ed A. Mitchell, O. W. Mycin, F, A. i Newlands. Robert 8. Oliver, G. T.I Oliver, Frank B. Noyes, R. 8. McCor- micK. Paul s. pcaraaii, R. m. i-atter-ton, II. C Perkins. Duncan C, Phillips, A. T. Peters, J. G. Peters, Francis li. Poc, Mnhlon Pitney, Samuel Rcbcr, O. G. Rocketson, Misses Rlggs, Seaton Bchroeder, Nathan Sargent, Charles R. Shopard, E. Hope Slater, T. a, Bhcar man, John P. Story, John P. Story, Jr, Phllln Sheridan. Henry B, Soenccr. Ro land Cotton Smith. William II. Suther land, Thomas W. symons, u. u. Hiure vant, George Shlras, Joseph II. Thropp. Rbbert M. Thompson, Wolcott Tucker man. Walter Tuckcrman, Corcoran Thorn. Lyman Tiffany, Richard Towns end, 'Axel Wlehflold, James W. Wads worth, Jr.. Thomas tt. Walsh, Ed D. White. John R, Wllllnms, Norman Wil liams, William II. Wllmcr, A. S. Worth lngton. Misses Woodhuli. William W. Wothersnoqn, Horace I. Wcscott, J. . Webb, Guy Whiting. John F. Wllklns, Henry K Wlllard, Walter D, Wilcox, Ten Eyck 'Wendall. II. Wyllo, Joseph Medlll McCormlck, Murray Cranc,Aller ton CUshman. Robert F. Shepard. James McMillan. Franklin MacVcagh, and Wayno MaoVcagh. Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Love, of 1210 Euclid street, announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Blanche Love, to Ezra B, Thompson, also of this city, on December 15. In New York city. After n short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. ThomDson will return to Washington and will be at home after January 1 at 123 Carlton Terrace. .j. William P. Eno Is at the Vanderbllt In New York city for a few days. j Tho Allied Missionary and Aid So cieties of the Metropolitan M. E. ChUrch arc giving a "Christmas in America Bazcer" all of today and to night In tho Raleigh Hotel ball loom. There aro many novel features includ ing an Oriental tea garden, where luncheon will be served from 12 to 2 o'clock, tea from 4 to C o'clock, and ovenlmr refreshments by young girls In Oriental costumes. The booths will represent the North, South, East, and West, arranged In original scenic ef fects, presided over by girls in cos tumes. Chinese women will serve tea, and Hawaiian and Chinese bands urn furnlshlnc the music. This ,s the second day of tho bazaar, which Is attracting unusual attention. The sale today be gan at 1 o'clock. Amone the articles to be disposed of Is a beautiful quilt at the New England bootlCalso flowers, fancy articles, cakes, and Christmas gifts of various sorts. i:nsrnliiK nnd Itoxlujr Free. EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL JEWELRY SALE On Account of Onr Smalt Expenses "Ve Con Sell the Bent Jewelry nnd Flnrftt Diamonds at lowest Prices. jL Ladies' & Gentle men's Elgin Watch $6.50 Gold Filled Watch. Elgin or Waltham move ment, twenty year guarantee. Lavallieres, $5 Solid Gold Lav alllerc, complete with chuln. Genuine full cut diamond and real pearls. Others from $2.00 to $250.00. $5.00 Extra Heavy Gen tlemen's Solid Gold Signet Ring. KMliu I- w " Hi w fc m H K ..r,JL,.,M.i.,.-HT....,a,J HoKer'M Silver -'!-'Irvc Combination Set. Special nt 9Ml.. IB POUNDS OF BLOOD is the average quantity in a healthy adult, but it is the quality of the blood that determines our strength to resist sickness. .With weak blood we find cold hands and chilly feet; in children an aversion to study, and in adults rheumatic tendencies. la changing seasons get abundant fresh air and take a spoonful of Scott's Emulsion after meals, because Scott's Emulsion is a rich blood-food that will increase both quantity and quality of the blood while it warms the body and helps carry off the impurities, When multitudes of people are to day taking Scott's Emulsion to avert winter sickness, and -are giving it to their children, it is careless to neglect its benefits. Look out for substitutes. Rcott & Bowne, aioomfield. N. J. 15-24 The Raleigh New Years Eve IWnlc, Dancing nnd Special Features. Tables Now Being Reserved J-vt-!-tH--:-vt-H Diamond Ring $10 V i r y Handsome Genulno Diamond, in Kolld Gold Tif fany or fancy set ting. Others from $5 to $.-.00 Comb, Brush and Mirror Set, $5.00 Made of Silver, In a variety of designs. A cry exceptional value. $1.50 For these Solid Gold Cuff Ruttons. Others all prices up to $25. Gold Filled Watch Bracelet, $5.00. Others Up to $50. Scarf Pins $5 Solid Gold Scarf Pin. set with genuine dia mond. Others up to $500. Bracelets SE.dO Gold Bracelets $7 PO Gold 83.30 I land-cn era vprt Bracelets . . .SS.OO $10.00 Gold Hand-cngravcd Bracelets ....$7..'0 Any Article I-nld Aside Until Chrlxtmi on Smnll Deiionlt. KAHN OPTICAL CO.625, ?str .w. Opponltr ti. S. Pntent Office. V V .ii'iiii I., io i I 19 1 eit a i i i i g Sorosis Slippers Always make a very acceptable gift either for house or evening wear. We are showing evening slippers that would be the delight of any lady. Men's and Women's Felt Boudoir Slippers. Use the certificate way to make your gift. The Sorosis Boot Shop 1213 F Street N. W. jjTKi);ici ;!! !!: ;;ii;;;c;:--;--;--;4 ibAtittnSekt ectiomi Bookers J ' MIM i Ctotpomaj S fr JLTli - X. VJLh rx luwmnnss x""" 5 Kx l SK I'l'i'TI I'ffjW'r'Byjm tfOH Globe - Wernicke Sectiona1 Bookcases cost but little a section and are made in styles and finishes to harmonise with all interior trims. The price is a delightful surprise tTbc 0lok2Vkrticke Co. - 1218-1220 F St. N. W. BurcheH's "Bouquet" Coffee, 25c lb. Almost a Breakfast in Itself N.W.BURCHELL 1325 F St. N. W. "C Practical Gift Suggestions IN ELECTRICAL GOODS An almost unlimited stock from which to choose. Carroll Electric Co. 514 12TH ST., N. W. TEST OUR SERVIC'IC. Tp'Q T?T?, Parcel Post Packages Mailed to j X1 IX, EZjEj Any Address in the United States Store Hours: Open 8:30 A. ML Close 6 P. M. Daily Leaders Now. LeadeM Then. Established 1860. It Pays to Order your butter of us DIRECT. Satii-. factory quality ana lowest prices are always assur ed. Call, write or 'phone. Butter Of Us Direct JAMES F. OYSTER 8lt & t'n. Ave. Stnmlx All Mnrketsl i ii i EYESIGHT troubles perma nently corrected with glasses prescribed by Dr. Baker, our ophthalmologist. Free consultation and examination. Lenses are ground in our own es tablishment at lowest cost, which may be paid 50 cents a week. Castelberg's,935 Pa. Ave. Another Purchase and Sale of Sample Jewelry .Cn jWorth Up to $1.50, at ... A4J ..F?,,.ow,nK r successful sale of last Saturday and Monday We for tunately procured another Importer' sample line, which we place on nale tomorrow. This new lot will surely create enthusiastic scltlnir nnq. we would advise you to be' an early buyer to obtain choice of best selections. Included. In the lot are .. Sn.v. V,n"' n'Mtr Plus, CloUNonoIre lln, KrlrndMhlp Circle IMn, .'i ...n '. nv",,ler"' nroche Ilrenst lln, Chain, Scarf rtn, Rlnga, lie lip, I.nrrlnsft and n host of other articles too numerous o mention. Bargain Table Main Floor Lansbursh &. Bro. Knncr Combs ami Urnld llns. In hundreds of styles; with uhlquo while stone net- (tflf tlnss. Values up to Jl, at.t. ilUC .Solid Gold Top Tlrnoch. nnd nr Pins; 10-year guaran- dl A tee with each. At ti)i..UU Children's 10-kt. Gold bhell Drupelets, with safety &1 QQ catch. At OltiO in Ut. Soltt! Gold (gt Ore I.nvnlllrri DXtJ Lavnlllcrs, with blrthstone set tings; guaranteed 10 CA years Out Floor Lansburph .t Pro. Wfty vJLet Jewclrj" .Oept. Main Let Iter Gift Be Hosiery it Variety a 59c And Select It Here, Thereby Choosing From Great Variety and iiowcai iticcs. Lansburgh's "Lily" Silk Hose. The Gift Appropriate I'ure Thread Silk E00J. with Hale top nnd garter hem. F.very best street and evening shade. A cupserv atlvc 7lc value. Plain and Novelty Silk Hose, $1.00 All the beat rjiakoa In all the best plain shades nnd novolty effects, In cluding dots, verticals, embroideries, zebra?, clocks, etc. Buy them 'to morrow. Speaking generally of our hosiery stocks, we enrry complete line of etcjy Troll knoirn, good wenrlnic mnkr, and are proud to boast of Ilsles, cottons, sllk-lislcc. etc In all weights that you will oe shown hero at 25c, 35c and 50c Pair Children's Hosiery, in g;oat variety; our lines of Wayne Knit I'ony Hose toy tl e kiddles are known especially for good wear. Black, white 0(T0 and tun. All fixes. Pair 6DLr Select Your Glove Gifts Here The Best Makes Only Arc Represented in Our Complete Stocks A Few of Our Assortment at $1.00 2-clasi ;in-e Kid Glove, in black, white, tan, and gray; overscan! sewn. While Wimliablc Doeskin Glove, prlx scams. UnglUh Walking; Gloes, In black, white, gray, and best shades of tan' prlx scams. Aahnble Kid Glomes, in the sand and putty shades also .in children's sizes. At $1.25 Select From Gray nnd BrotYn Velvet-finish Mocha Gloves, self and black embroidered backs. Tan I'. K. Glove, in the best shades. At $1.50 Choose From 2-clnsp Glace Rent Kid Glove, In White, black, tan, putty, sand, champagne, gray, and white, with black embroidery. Kngirili Walklnjr Glove, irt black, white, and tan one-clasp style, prlx scams. Mlk-llned Veltet Mochn Gloves, in black and gray. Stropped rlM Gauntlet, In the popular sand shude washable, prlx seam?. For Children, at 50c, We Offer Rough Rider Gauntlet. Fur-back Gauntlet. thantolette Glove, Wool Glove, Fleece-lined Kid Glove, Fleecc;l-Unr! mittens with fur tops. Glove Dept. .Main Floor. KaS. Handkerchiefs Showing Hundreds of Styles From Which to Select Over 100 Styles of All- - 1 Linen Handkerchiefs, at 1 2i Ladles AU-llncn Handkerchiefs of fine quality, hemstitched and cmbioldercd in corner in over 100 beautiful designs from which you may select. A half a dozen of these in a pretty gift box makes a very acceptable present. Men' Jnponette llnndkerchlef. i 3Ien's Cambric Handkerchief, nemsmeneu uoruors anu siik initial In corner, :t for "Wc, IAa or, each . . . . Men' Fine Cambric Handkerchiefs, hemstitched; with colored ICp borders. At X.OV Fancy Work Handkerchief, large size and beautiful designs: made of line cambric, very specially priced at 3!n'a VU-hIIU Handkerchief, with colon d jin stripe border; fine Crt heavy quality silk At . ... JUL Handkerchiefs Main Ftoor Lans burgh & Bro. with colored border and (g' ffi initial. 6 In a box D1.UU 10c A Few Gift Suggestions in Women's and Misses' Sweaters V Complete Stock at Special Price Thnt Should Prove Interesting: for tomorrow pnopper. Women's Wool Sweaters. nr (j Regular $3.00 Values at Jf),D Uomrn'a Wool .Sweater ( plain stitch, finished with roll collar and fancy stitch; finished with Byron collar and belted back; all desirable and wanted Q0 tyrr (JMtMlf shndes. $3.00 values. Special Silk Fiber Sn enters, In tho best plain shades, com binations and novelty ef fects, and in qualities not generally fouud at tho prices asked. $16. GO jA QP to as low as Dtci0 "Women1 4.11-Wonl Sel er, made with roll collar nnd belted back, all the best colors. A very special value at . $3.48 Women' ovelty Wool Sn enter, in the best col ors, trimmed with whtto roll collar and convertible Harh. a very clover mod. el. apecialiy priced at $5.98 M omen' Pure Worsted S enters. In a clover novel t stitch, and all the best colors, roll collar and con verting sasii. Hpe daily priced at S6.98 SLnVofTTlXMAS RIBBONS Thousandn of bolts. In every width aid stj le for fancy work of all k'nds A few specials for tomorrow's sale 35c and 39c Ribbons, 19c Narrow Chtiitmas Ribbons These aie positively -nil pure silk Ited. gr-en, hollv. polnsettla, and perfect in weave: in cvtry ud nnd gold, ind wreen nnd gold, wanted uoloi and comblnHtion In- 6 and 10 yard bolts, at ISc, 15c, ludid ure Ptilpos, chetl.x. Dies- '.'lie, nnd SSc n bolt. dpns, malic, ami satins fium f'b Rlhbon Department Main Floor to 6 inches wide. Lansburgh t Bro.