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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23,' 1917.
THE SOCIAL SIDE OF THE CITY- "TOE BUST CORNER" Open 9:00 A. ML Mum ?fmv SW ST. AND PINNA. AVE. Close 5:45 P.M. Santa Claus Land Is at Its Best Right No w Make the Most of It! Delays will be dangerous in buying, as many lines of Toys, Dolls and Games are scarce -and we will be unable to get more when theyare gone. Buy now and be sure of the article you. want For a deposit we will lay any article away forfuture delivery. Santa Claus Here Tomorrow and He Has a Gift For Every Child. i ur v -ss. - mUT -CSai. This Doll's Tea Set Of twent7-two pieces, beautifully decorated china. Included are 6 caps and saucers, 6 plates, tea pot. u?ar bowl, cream pitcher. A tea et just like mamma's. Big- value. At $3.49 Set Thk Doll's Tea Set Is a pretty china set neatly deco rated In floral pattern, complete. with 2 cups and saucers, tea pot, cream pitcher and sugar bowl, also tray. At 69c Set Kann's Fourth Floor. &ff&' mmm This Doll's Tea Set A very attractive' set of six plates, 6 cups and sauc ers, tea. pot. cream pitcher, and sugar bowl, choice or floral or Japanese decora tions. At $1.00 Set These Are the Garments You FindinKann's Store For LittleFolks and Growing Girls Oats With Good Warm Lininga.and Pockets Pretty Coats. Dresses With Youthful Lines, Graceful and Serviceable. ' Sleeping Garments, Warm and Comfortable. si r r rJ Children- Coats, short waited, styles; droIleltested;Dutton.triinnied; seal jihish collar; 4f C .HA slashed p6ckets."Ih brown,Rreen, and Bdrxunayjlsizes 2 to 6 years ". i.."". p-y. W Wool Plush Coats, short -waisted Black Velour Coats, short -waisted; 1 Other Coats in model; collar and buttons of velvet; sires I with large collar; and quilted lin- smart styles, J1L50 4 to 6 years J8J5 1 taps, , S5.95 I to JZ5.00. Children's Hats, of velvet, plush, or colored felt; tailored and smartly trimmed styles. Regularly $50. REDUCED TO ....SL95 Children's Tarns; of silk plush; finished with tassel; jaunty little styles for the girl with the curls or little inis with bobbed hair. Regularly, $1.25. Special $1.00 Sleephff Suits of pretty striped outing flannel; with and without feet, S5c to $98. Children's Sweater Coats; plain or fancy weave; with pockets; full or semi-belted styles; choice of pretty colors .- $3.75 to $9.9S Children's Wool Tarn o"Shanter Caps of brushed wool; in rose, brown and Copenhagen, plain colors, and heather mixtures. SPECIAL $1.00 Warm Nightwcar for Children Children's Nightgowns, made of striped outing flan nel; with and without col lars; some finished with wash braid. ...85c to$L50 Girls' Dresses of Taffeta Silk; short waisted style with pockets, shirring. tucked skirt, and Georgette Girls' Frocks of Satin;. short waisted model, hem stitched waist; new wing sldrt with corded hem: in new colorings. At... $15.00 ... .... jji ri vviwtiiia,os Jam ? J Ki. ............, Kann's Second Floor. inl Smart New Styles in Separate Skirts Velvet Skirts, in black and colors, made in all around gathered style, finished with fancy pockets, and belted, and ornamented with pearl but tons, at $7.95 and $9.75. Corduroy, serge, satin, wool poplins, plaids and mixtures. The corduroys are mads in attractive styles, fa Burgundy, blue, brown, and taupe. Serges, satins, and poplins ar in blue and black only. Plaids in attractive combinations of blue, brown, and other colors, and the mixtures and checks are in medium and dark combinations. Some have the gathered back, with belt, others shirred top with deep belt, and still others fitted tailored styles, a few. In the plaids particularly axe box pleated. Many have new large pockets, and are at- iracuveiy ouiion iriizimea, CHOICE OK THE8E AT... Kann's Second Floor, HOSIERY HINTS For Tomorrow's Shopper Women's "Eadmoor" Silk Hosei in black only; full regular made spliced heels t double soles: deep ! garter top. Pair, $1.10. Women's "Radmoor" All Pure Silk Hose; in blade, white, and 126 colors; full regular made; high spliced heels; double soles; the bilk nose that gives thorough satisfaction. Pair, $L50. Women's Fiber Silk Hose; in black, white, and toes; elastic garter tops. Pair, 55c W omens rina oux uuue inreaa nose; in black only; full regular made; high spliced heels; doobla soles: seconds of the 65c quality. Pair. 50c. Women s Black Heavy Cotton Hose, also black with white split fectj foil regular made; clastic wide garter tops. Pair, &5c; 3 for $1.00. Children's Seamless Cotton Hose; lxl rib; ini black and white; sizes 5 to 9Vt inches; all sizes; ' Street Floor. SATIN- So They Say Is Leading in Neckwear experience proves that the rumor is founded on fact, because every day sees quanti ties of satin neckwear going out over our counter. Many are baying already for holiday gifts. Satin Collars in many shapes, Tuxedo, sailor, and rolled styles, some reversible; others of bro cado satin; some with cuffs to T 1 (f match, at P.UU Two Special Values at 50c COLLARS of satin and bencd'ne, in Tuxedo pointed or round finish. Exceptional value at the price. Stodks and Jabots, In white or cream net. lace trimmed, also embrold ered net: at least CO styles to select from. Bars-aln Table Btreet Floor. Duchess Guest of Ambassador and Lady Spring Rice The Duchess of Devonshire, wife of the governor general of Canada, and her daughter, lady Blanche Caven dish, are guests of the' Brit lh Am bassador and Lady Sprint; Rice at the embassy. There will be no formal entertaining at the embassy in their honor, but the Ambassador and Lady Spring- Rice are asking- guest to meet them at dinner on several occasions. They entertained a small but distin guished company on Wednesday even ing and will be hosts at dinner again tomorrow evening. Miss Marjorie Brown.- of Atlanta, is expected at ' the White House this afternoon for a short visit to the President and Mrs. Wilson. .Brig. den. William Crozler. chief or ordnance, and Mrs. Crozler have sent out Invitations for a reception ai Rauscher's on Thanksgiving Dai from 4. to; 7 o'clock In compliment t ordnance officers stationed In Wash lngton and their wives. Mrs. Marinus Willet baa sent out Invitations for the marriage of he. daughter. Miss Margaret Rutherfen Wlllett, to Charles HerrlU Woodhull on Tuesday at noon In St. John's Church. The Rev. Dr. Roland Cotton Smith will officiate. There will be no reception, Mr. Woodhull and his bride departing- for the North ahortl) after the ceremony. Mrs. Wlllett and her daughter, who make their home In. New Tork and at Brookgreen Plantation, S. C, have an apartment at 1TST K street this win ter. Miss Wlllett is a niece or nn. Shame, wife of Mai. Gen. Henry O. Sharpe. Mr. Woodhull Is a brother of Brig. Gen. Maxwell Von Zandt Wood-hull. J Mrs. Gergaa Entertains. Mrs. William a Gorgas, wife of the surgeon general. U. S. .A 'entertained at luncheon yesterday In the High lands. The decorations consisted of chrysanthemums and scarlet swamp berries. Mrs. Gorgas' guests were Mrs. William H. Arthur, Mrs. Fred erick P. Reynolds. Mrs. Fred Wal cott. Mrs. Champe C. McCulloch. Mrs. Lou!.- T. Hess, Mrs. L. J. Owen. Mrs. James W. Van Dusen. Mrs. William C Borden. Mrs. Robert E. Noble, Mrs. Charles Russ, Mrs. George H. Crab tree, Mrs. William H. Wllmer. Mrs. Walter Reed, Mrs. Peter Harris, Mrs. Seal Harris, of Mobile: Mrs. BracketL of Boston, and Mrs. W.J. Lyster, sis ter of the hostess. avenue. Mrs. McLahe Is in Newport. and will not return to Washington this winter. . Mrs. E. H. Cf. Slater has gone to New York, and la staying at-the Rltz Cariton Hotel, Mrs. Goodrich and Miss Constance Goodrich, who have Jjeen visiting Lieut, and Mrs. George Harbenberg at their apartment af 2400 Sixteenth street, will leave this evening for their home. In Boston. . ' ... Miss Helen Walcott went to New Tork today to join' Mrs. Charles' D. Walcott. Dr. Walcott,' who has been In Philadelphia, '"where he attended the fall meeting of the National.Acad emy of Science, returned to town this morning. One of the most Interesting events of this evening will be the recital by the talented morroldgist; Miss Ruth Draper, at Rauscher's at S o'clock. Many prominent society folk will be present. , Miss Draper, who J a. grand- laughter of the" late. Charles A. Dana,t is well known in England as well as :n"-th!s side of-,the wjlsr for -hen original ana arusus, worx. curing he summer she has. beeili devoting ;erself to work for the Red Cross. 4 Mrs. .Benedict Crpwell, 'wife of the lew Assistant Secretary of War, will eturn to 'her home In Cleveland this jvenlng, after spending a few days) rfth Mr. Crowell at Stonelelgh Court.! irs. crowell Is expected back In .Vashlngton later in the winter and rill probably take s. house for the season. . 1 'I" Hr, and Mrs. Frank A. Tanderllp Jntertalned ten friends at dinner at :ho Tiara Hotel, New Tork, last even ing. Mr. Vanderllp Is in New Tork to remain until Monday. Mrs. Van lerllp may come to Washington for a few days next week, bat will not take up her Residence here until after Christmas. She Is at the Vanderllp home at Scarborough-on-the-Hudson. N. Y. . .. Miss Stockton Weds Major Underwood Here Next Week Mrs. George Croghan Reld an-' nounces .the engagement of her niece. Miss Nina Marguerite Stockton., to Major Robert O. Underwood, U S. M. C. The wedding 'will, take place In Washington within the'jiext week as Major Underwood, who is on duty In Haiti, has but a short leave. He ar rived. ln-.Washlngton on. Sunday. Miss Stockton, who. has made her home with Mrs. Reid, widow of Brig. uen. uj u iteia, u. p. n. c-i since she was a little, girl, was presented to society In Washlnrton sever! years ago, and ?fraj one of thepret-. tlest'and most popular buda of her season. Of late she and her aunt have Tie'en little in Washington, pass ing the winters In Annapolis or lis Cuba, and going to EastTGloucester, Masa, 'where-' Mrs. Reld has acottage. tor the summer raontns. Miss Stockton Is now the guest 'of Miss May Adams. at her home In Mas sachusetts avenue. Mrs. Reld. is at New Mllford, Conn, but expects to come to Washington for- the wedding. Major Underwood will take his bride to Haiti. He Is a native of North VATouna. $ -. ' Mr. .and Krs. Herbert Croly,- -Who have been visiting" Mr. and Mrs. HAlph Elirs at their home ia.OC-treet, have returned to Hew Tork. Mr- Croly'-Is edtor of the New Republic ... , Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbllt has re'i turned to J'ew Tork after uilnlr a few dayst in "Washington to be near Colopel'-vvanderbllt, who is la, com mand of a regiment at Camp Meads.- - Bolgarlaa SUlster Heat, The Bulgarian Minister- and Mmev ranareiorx entertained Informally at luncheon yesterday .In compliment to Linen- noose guest, juts, ueorge Wash... burn,. widow of. Dr. George "Wash bum, former president of Roberts Col-' legein. Constantinople.- The other guests were. or. ueorge FoulleS, first secretary of the legation; and aim'e. Poulieff.; John-Riddle, formerly, of the Americamlekatloa at Constantinople, and Mr.' Schmaronian. - " Mrs. Washburn will leave Washing- ion tomorrow xor ner noma in lios ton. - ' ' M. and Mrs. Tnomaa -Arbour, .af Boston. ,haVe leased' ,the home of Tr. and Mrs. F. Frenvmt Kmlth. t lmt Massachusetts avenue. Dr. and Mrs. Fremont Smith are resldlnr in Cam. bridge. Mass, 1 Miss Fartell to WedLtCatchxK Here Tomorrow A wedding with a distant wartime . flavor will take' place- In Waahlngtoa tomorrow afternoon when Mist Heles Farrell, daughter of Major and Mrs, T. J. H. FarrelL. of Chicago, will be -eojne the bride of Lieut. John Cald- well. Corps of Engineers, U. S. IV , Major FarrelL who Is in the medical corps, has arrived in town from. Camp Travis, Tex-, where he Is on duty, coming on especially for his daugh' tar's, wedding, and has joined Mrs. Farrell and Miss Farrell. They are ' guests of Brig; Gen. and Mrs. Georga F. Chase at their home in Q street. The ceremony will, take place at 4 o'clock. In St Thomas' Church, with the rector, the. Rev, Dr. C. Ernest Smith, as the offlclatlngxlergyman. x Lieutenant Caldwell's -parents, lfr. and Mrs. James XL Caldwell, of Troy. ff. Y, will be present. The bride will be given In marriage, by her father. and will have two bridesmaids, Mlsa (Continued on Page Fifteen.) otKnaisiaufcreTQ V Dr. Frldtjof Nansen, head of the special mission of Norway to the United States, will be the guest of honor at a dinner at the Majeatlo Hotel in New Tork tomorrow evening given by the American Scandinavian Society. Three hundred guests win be present. :' Mrs. Charles Warred? wife of the Assistant Attorney General, had a few guests lnncblng with her informally today. The Peruvian legation took posses sion the first of the week of the home of Mrs. Allan McLane at 1600 Vermont i, SitaWtheS lljl F.KLEINBERGER 9 GALLERIES inc ANCIENT PAINTINGS ANNOUNCH their REMOVAL to 725 FIFTH AVENUE Bttueen itth and f 1th Street! NEW YORK CITY The New Galleries win be open 3 - -- - -- .. J.. K uma.ivuMi 4 to v wiui LOAN EXHIFITION ITALIAN PRIMITIVES the full gron receipts ef which will go to the Maj. Gen. George O. Banter, U. S. A la at the Astor Hotel. In New Tork. J. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Worth ' Jackson, of Nashville, Tenn., and Chicago, have taken an apartment at 2400 Sixteenth street for the winter. Mrs. Jackson Is a niece of President James K. Polk and also of Mrs. A. W. Bagley, mother of Mrs. Joseohus Daniels. Mr. and Mrs. Francis S. Peabody, of Chicago, who occupied Orchard Hill, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C Glover, Jr, for the summer and autumn months, are now at the Will- jtrd. Vr. mil Afm. f.Tnvr hiT re turned to their own home, i J !f Benelt far Weal Fond. Mra. Ridley, wife of the President's military aide, CoL Clarence Ridley, corps of engineers. .U.- S. A, Is In charge of arrangements for a dance to be given at the Brighton on "Sat urday evening, December 1, from. 9 to IS o'clock, for the wool fund of the women of the engineer corps, or-, ganlxed under Mrs. William M. Black to knit comforts for the engineers on, actlva service. , - Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Woodson have ' given up their apartment at Wardman Courts and have moved Into their new home In Sixteenth Street Highlands. x The board of managers of the Chil dren's Country Home, of which Mrs. Joseph Letter Is president, will give e ball on Christmas night at Rauscher's at 10 o'clock, according to their cus tom for the past four years. . Dr. and Mrs. Henry P. Parker cel ebrated yesterday the fifth anniversary of their marriage. Jjrs. Parker was formerly Miss Eleanor Rldgely, daugh ter of the former Comptroller of the Currency. William Barrett Rldge ly, and ganddaughter of the late Sena-j tor Shelby M. Cullom. of Illinois. Dr. I and Mrs. Parker gave a dinner and ' bridge party last evening. The decora tions were of the beautiful rote, named for Mrs. Parker, and which won the blue ribbon at the recent New Tork flower show. Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Reynolds, of New Tork. have announced the en cerement of their daughter. Miss Estelle R. -Reynolds, to Frank Amsl Quackenbush, of Atlantic High lands, N. J. Miss Reynolds is the elder daughter of Francis J.' Reynolds, of Collier's Weekly, who was for some years reference librarian at the Con gressional Library.; Mr. Quackenbush Is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Amzl Quackenbush, one of the oldest fami lies in that part of New Jeraey. No date has been set for the wedding. I A Little Boy's Pride I has taught many thoughtful r"--, I mothers a lesson In buying feyT footwear for their youngsters. Ar WjQ 1 I They learned that shoes lr-yy 1 built for service are even K&j'Jl B a longer lived when they have S?J i I style and life to them, be- ( J cause the little boy takes Tmtr U I more pride in caring for Siie n'a to 13ia, ( I them. $2.B0 to $3.50. H We strongly recommend size h0q these popular shoes for your mqo to $4.00 1 youngsters. ?j.wui.uU. g, I Button and Lace, Gun Metal and Patent Colt I I A. Llsnsr Sho Dspt, Second Floof O Street . 'i W. . ytioszs Sons "3Fan6lltI)Sti. VwHsnV OBslH eC S V " w The Linen Shop Thanksgiving Sale of Household Linens . Blankets, Comforts, Spreads, Sheets and Pillow, Cases ACTUAL SAVING OF 10 TO 40 Only High Class Perfect Merchandise at Special and Reduced Prices on Guaranteed JAnes.- - - Bleached Pure Linen Table Goths nd Nai)klns.40 Jeeigns tetsclect from. Round and-oval.patterns. A s T .? ? ?- Table Qoths, 2x2 yards, $5.50; $6.S0; $7.25, $7.50, $9.75 and $11.50. Today's actual retail price, $7.00, $8.00, $9.00, $9.75, $10.50 and $13.50. Table Cloths. 2x2 vards SflKf) 7 7K 8ts cook tionn' ji.- Today s actual retail price, $8.00, $9.25, $10.25, $10.75, $14.00 and $16.00. Table Goths, 2x3 vards, $7.75; $8.50, $&.00, $10.75; $14.50 and $17.8$ Todays actual value, $9.75, $10.00, $11.00, $12.50, $16.75 ancT$20.0a mo Jabk ' y3"33. 9- 5W-25. $12-50, $13.00, $16.50iand. $19.00. Todas actual value, $11.00, $12.75, $14.00, $16.00,. $19.50 and $22.00. a I i r Table Cloths, 2x4 yards, heavy double damask. Special, $10.25 $11 50 314.50. S18.25 anrl S21J.0 mMi ' xu ".ou, t -7 t -" -r " www( Special; $9.50, Table Cloths. 2x254 vards. rteaw rlnuMn famiet- $10.50, $11.50, $15.00 and $17.25 each. FOR EXTRA SIZE TABLE 2Vsx3-yard Cloths, reduced to $11.75, $12.75, $13.50$13.75, J17.50 and $20.75. 2x3-yard Cloths, reduced to $16.00, $21.00 and $24.25 2x4-yard Cloths, reduced to $16.00, $17.75, $18.00, $23.75 and $27.50 2ix4-yard Cloths, reduced to $27.00 each. 2x5-yard Cloths, reduced to $30.00 and $34.50 each. 3x3-yard Cloths, reduced to $27.50 and $29.00 each. 7 NAPKINS TO MATCH ABOVE CLOTHS 22x22-!nch; $6.50. $6.85. $8.00, $8.25, $10.50 and $14.50 dozen 24 and 25-Inch, $7.75, $8.00, $10.09, $10.75, $13.25 and $20.00 dozen. Imported Turkish Bath Towels, tape border. Regular 5oc, 6oc, 75c, $l.oo $1.25 and SI. 35 towels, for 35c, 45c, 50c, 69c, 95c, and.$1.00 each. Slightly soiled' other wise perfect, heavy, spongy towels. 700 doz. Turkish Wash Cloths, 8c regularly, for 60c ioz. sl t Hemstitched Pure Linen Tray and Serving Cloths; spot, floral and plain satin dam ask. Special, 65c, 79c, $1.50, and $1.65 each. I? La 13 i 3 I 3 Hemstitched Pure Linen Tea and Serving Table Cloths; double damask, beautiful designs. 36x36 Inches, special, $4.00 each. 45x45 inches, special, $4.50 each. II 3' . -?--, Hemmed Butler and Pantry Towels, plain white crash, special 19c each. ' Sanitary Woven Dish and Scrub Cloths, 10c, I3c, and I5c grades, 7c, 10c, and 12c each. Hemstitched Pure Linen Tea Napkins, finest satin damask, plain and floral designs; 14 and 15 inch. Special, $6.25, $7.50, $8.50, and $11.00. ( Plain Colored Turkish Bath Towels, finest Turkish Terry dyed, In pretty shades of pink, blue, lavender, gold, lemon, orange, and plain white. $1.25 towels reduced to 95c; 65c towels reduced to 45c. Wash Cloths to match reduced to 25c each. Turkish Bath Rugs, white, tile, and floral designs in the best shades. Regular $1.00, $1.35, 51-So 1-65, and $2.00 mats. Reduced 75c, 85c, $1.10, $1.25,aad$U0 each. iH33iiffi&&f