Newspaper Page Text
314 7TH STREET N. W. Fall Footwear Fashions Very Attractively Priced . Featuring New High Boots and Walking Oxfords AN Q the pair HE hih character of workmanship is the underlying quality of these Boots and Ox fords. ELEGANCRisex per ie scedby the use of only Nigh quwaty of- leathers portrayedwith their gracelul lines that emphasize high grade footwear and yet so very mioder ately priced, SPECIAL ATTFENTION TO NERVOUS PEOPLE Those who are nermus and timid about having their teeth trete wili reotive etrm cans hr. Our methods are painless and aur operators Ukillful, gentle and sympatheti. Dendietry ,a,"a.a *. been a an" my" reseOrd for the Pet P o ye .. rYt Mshit.t. d.tto the comfor WtI 4le 14. W11 O mf t of our p n oer s of m tn , .00trk features. ee ent must bethorough terlled . Teos 09 Payment to appt. raecinatlen prof. b o u e F R E , th e ig e t p uctm and ost pracid calT win No gn e uiva Wok Other Sob of T"&, $5.00 up I-orlm _____ Your eares deae wit Ave 1t 4 .u rlad and IOmaids in at tendane. 041 Cork Fully Guaonteoi lingo yeam Kindly keep namse an& leestie or my eflee in y"up mini. Dr. Wyeth, 427-29 7t1 St N. WO. Done ~ ~ Gimu Unibxu M aon To& Co. Lauets rea m of Ie Ca abEoUtEFEEN the i t -an= Amba Emaa ***S'**, .4ess .N.... O.. ..b ,..p V the Eat Abeea"dr here mas ~demtro I~~ 1 y=4 wa Wat;a Freeman Clark, as T..a.ha..at a forma iw enO to the governer of ssh Slg toto a representtie bele al* The prinsqulee will be entertaIned inr I aai WaLo as r= tate. rnm, Wilson wal to rsbe the eleto of a W to Wsa Clark an4 ber daughtr are a rereste frnt ther sbellr "& eD 7W"s V- bt be entetaied for~ sow theto I W owbiast onti v MUl Nareset Lowdea. Om te wokthe eeert of aInielesnO aren wa inWashington, wil be the priess froM ber Stata. UM 1lar &N4 W NUWuiWO The amarriage of Miss Allet aw te o . te Mr. and Mr , Breat P M~ toWiliam Jacks Ws t. of Phii Phia. will be tel ea this afternoon at 4 o'IClec at the bore of Mr. and Mr48, 6 nell. 361S Connecticut avenA -mOll bt dgItla1hd 4empa.y of relatives and tles friends wLL - nes the eereey ad wio m pres emt at t. iforml rlbpeon afer ter ev. Dr. o n Van raick rsijt'*. =eewul Jo~nak Willt off lblsd41hebiew will01 b ivenu tis maftrnoo at 4e fther. will be attended by her sister. Miss Constano. Blonei as mad of bonor. There wil be two bridesmaids. Miss Helen Bridet ot-Washington, and Miss Mary . Tyler, of PhUadelphia. lttle Miss Barbara Townsend, daugh tew of Mr. and Mrs. Wilem Town send, of LaGrange, Ill.. wil sere as flower girl Mr. Wright wi ba his brother. Minturn T. Wright, Jr., as bet man. and the usberis will be an other brother. John S. Wright. Joseph W. Sharp. IT., of Philadelphia. Wil L1am T. Kirk. III. of Seveny N. .7.. and Benjamin G. Griggs, of i. Paus. Mina. A string orchestra will play the briegromu parents. Mr. and Mrs. Minturn T. Wright of Chest nut hill, Philadelphia, have oemW to Washiaton to attend the wedding. His grandmother, Mrs. Theodore Wrigtt. his brothers and a little group of other relatives will also be present. Other guests from out of town are Mr. and Mrs. William' A. Vawter. of St. Joseph. Mich.; Mrs. William Townsend. of LaGrange, Ill.; Mr. Samuel Miller. of Bicheli, Ind., and Miss Marguerite Bicknell. of Port Weve GA for your PARICULAR DRFAS. Buttons of. Style SCompulementary colors and Sae steps and time. See our VARIETY. ler for Everyone age in the ie to you, ot corn n Holder' ne for you. 1 THE TIMES LPPENINGS l 5egras-.4rse Photo WrMas e swng . E. SALVADOR 804 Was dft he -n o of 821 r B matry. Wayne, rad. au relatives of the bride The wedding isea ovept of Inter 'hiamal importane, for the brides father is widely knowia In muopo for his work for the Red Cross and Ma the represetative of the U1=94-ses In rall work. Mis herself did olief work in Begisam for SaY months and she and her mother were both decorated by Quees Ulisabeth of Belgium. Mr. Wright soue of old Quaker stoek. On the completion of their wedding trip he will take his bride to Chestnut Hill, where his family has lived for many years and where they will make their future hon. Last evening Mr. and Mrs. Bicknell entertained at - dinner for the older members of the company of guests from other cities here for the wed ding, and the young people, including. the bridal arty, were guests of Miss Bridget. The Secretary of War. Newton D. Baker, will leave tomorrow for Con necticut on a short speaking trip. Mrs. Frank Baker, of Cajdwele N. I.. wife of the. Secretary's brother, will come to Washington today to visit Mrs. Baker at Beauvoir. DAUGETMa VISITS lUMLiUs@3. The Postmaster General and Mrs. Burleson have as their guests their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green Grimes, of Day ton. Ohio. who will remain tere sev eralweeks. ThbSecretary of the Navy, .Josephus Daniels, will leave Washington to morrow for Illinois. wher. he will make a number of addresses. He will return later in the week. Mrs. Daniels will not accompany him. John Barton Payne, Secretary of the Interior. and David Franklin Houston. Secretary of the Treasury, hae re turned to town after spending the week-eng at Warrenton. Va.. with Mr. and Mrs. William C. Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. ikarshall gave a dinner for them on Saturday night and yes terday they were entertained at mid day dinner by General and Mrs. Bald win Day Spilman at Elway. General and Mrs. Spilman also had guests to meet them at tea yesterday afternoon. The Secretary of Labor and Mrs. Wilson will be joined today by their younger daughter, Miss Mary Wilson. who has beed visiting in Boston for the tast two months. The Minister of Ecuador and Mme. Elisalde. who have been occupying Dr. and Mrs. William Gerry Morgan's residence, 1006 Sixteenth street. will move on November 1 to.l633 Sixteenth 9treet. where the former Minister of Bolivia and Mme. Calderon have been living for some time. Dr. and Mme. Calderon. who expect to make their permanent home in Washington. have purchased 173? Q street and will take possesilon the last of this month. A Lieut. CoL A. F. A. N. Thorne, assis tant military attache of the British embassy, and the ion. Mrs. Thorne and their children have returned to Washington Srom White Suplphur Springs, W. Va., where they have had A Most 'Unusual Offering of Smart and Exclusive Aftrnon Dresses A new arrival that has been nmarked at 10 per cent to 25 per cent Less than last Fel's prices. Modeled and de * signed on new smart lines. In Navy, Black and Brown, taste f u11 y embroidered. Sizes 14, 16, 18 and up to 36. *$55 to $85 Me Pasternak The Cennecticut Avenue Shop of Eseltustees 1209 Coin. Ave. N. W. IN SOCIET Wilson Names "P4 Blckneli Weds 1 eettage, eoel Thone tg 4 make a " aspectis' tMeI stuma and T e vul' rt a I ie Io A. P14ea a, es- Ilese of sar, se nm o Vemoeeresa, who was ~m~ A9 As"" bard 'erklaa, 0 the wOst in Wuhiagtes ma'. es a apartment at the 94 Mrs. .000 N. mhbeada. it, og Famer. Aa.. is visiting her mo.ther-ia ..m. Joha M. mamkh"*' at IS vee. Use ar U t Laina Umakh has "" Iam 4 ber seater year at the Holte An"e iNeo* 4 benater Keaeth MeKellar has moved from the Dupeot to the Mon. teas, where he has leaed an apars W I. Wheeler, who has %ep i" NIeek tors Wheeler at thoir home in = = "Mh saftt to 946 t 1 owatoe * Mrs DesOl of Cleveland s I Waso "Mae in " WM" 0 . WUlQan C. Wilama U, L, A., ad .Williams, who he re*Oetl1 aived in Washington from Call. toria, have taken the resideae 1734 R street tor the season. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony 7. Barett have leased the residence 1732 Mass. chusetts avenue for the wintes months. . Miss IAIle Chaplia ot New Yrk, Is the guest of Mrs. *Jacob Johs Lacher at 1136 Twenty-Aftly street. Miss Chapia, who is a member of the New York branch of the League of American Penwomen, is a sister of the late Benjamin Chapin, who put en the artistic and mc.es.rul Lincoln cycle of pictures and played the part of Abraham Lincoln. Miss Catharine Letts left Saturday might Sor Youngstown. Ohio, to be the guet et MIss Mearietta Aager son and to be a bridessad In her wedding on October 13 to Avery Adams, of Youngstown. Mime Kin nia Letts. her sister, will leave some time this week for Youngstown to be present at the wedding. after thlch they will both make visit, to Chicago. St. Josephs. Mo.. Kansas TC App The i Used I Sire N1 A. . BARR. SUGAR Best Granulated "DUTY AND TOD) ARE OURS T an it. isces" For the beber. sOam Essety, who have been att at ow.G Me r N. C, Lfo e jawe rotumred to Wadsinte. whle %daal mal M ls bW he en duty. a" kr. as 01he W"11111d Mrs. McNail wili go hertly to Teas to visit her u a ..4WlaV. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mitebefll arrison. wu we now at Via E4 Para their shm* at 3tekeep#U.m q. eapeet to ee to Wadhlagte lat IS the wil oe ad wial soema their apartment Mim M. M. Ems, who mde he baes or maiyear at the MKltem hpartm, is z a"*^ is now estab lished at Pieresee e'. Mi Room ha reeeatly rotrsed to town after isiting rr. s J... H. Night at. their smmnr home in o a na d Capt. and Mr. . I P. StU~ ats a Ridge. L L A tax party Of the Members of the nateaal egeemtive board Of the eau ot Asmericas Pea Women Is to be given by Rolan& Rbbis, maa agr of KeIth's Theater, tonight. in boner of Kra. Carrie Jacobe-Boad. mted eseposer of "Tho Znd of a Perht nay "d other popular sss. who will appear on Keith's program this week. MrM. Bond is a mem er of the League of American .'en Women and the organisation fe' Is a deep pride in her great succea.. not only as a musician and composer but s a wi.er *' '*r.. Mrs. William Atherton Do P'y. as tonal president of the leagu". will present Mrs. Bond with a floral v'fer Ing in the name of the organisauon on the oeesion of her first stage appearance In Washington. Mr. and Mrs WIDUs Wallace Upald ng are in their apartment at 2400 Six teenth street. DO"' milow oNd wesse r. wae e round the ho . in ern.er. dark .aeet. b.. .. . they rt aea. e Call Of The Siren" LET PREPARATIONS Pals to Eoerg usan Egeryler. age of London, Paris and New York Vot the Cheapeat Bit the Best the Leading Beauty Perors i Toilet Preparation# re Creators of Beauty is WaU As Preservers 'ompagnie Sirene 504 H St. N. W. v Franklin Cold.n Syrup Y REELEY. ur duty to yourself to have thebest possi position. By reading mes Help Wanted verting today and cry day you can find Chily Daitse Z.y this Is a tempta --HMr six special item big savingL Do't andme $s Gseert asemet fe. ' galar Prie. p45. Sale .......... . ... -PMh tal Cauts,. fall flae di; Mw shawl *e6ar; wide - er wi self beAer. 11 Pik ae ................ 4by edSa. Me-Ti IMle ........IG............$ -TmdMle WGt, do& SIas.egular Pie%, $"06.sL eri. -ia L Sear o s tus -T eWelN Semft speal semdpelts; shaped, in animal bandow"iv sed and fanishe bued tai. Beglar i price, $M.0. Oa price P Kaan's--.ooone F The Sale CM 06. md the Crow& aree With 'Radmoor' 8oot Silk Hose 95c a Pair -This is, we believe, the most remarkable sale of boot silk hosiery of this decidely polplar make at such a low price In a long time. Women who recog nie inusual values will be quick to take full advan tage of this opportunity. Every Pair Ia First Qual ity, Full-fashiomed, with High SIced Heels, Doube Ses Mererized sle - eose stockhngs ar per fectly shaped and have reg ular made seams-indeed, every detail has been con sidered with a view to fit ness and service. Regader -md Extra 3ow -In black, white, dark nmedium gray, Piping , flesh color and pink. Kann's-Street Floor. Some Numbers Came Modes G SALE OF At .9 -Which. are worth- up $35.00. -They were secured by u a very special price concessi enabling us to offer them you at savings to about h -There are straight line 'm els of tricotine, and some tunic styles, elaborately bra ed In novel designs, ;ade 'a belts of satin or self* mater many having belts bjgided match the dresses. -The satin dresses are in a effects, long waist models trimmed with cordjipg, pie The shades are brown, taup -There are also serges an to-the-minute styles. Tub Dr eues to $4.00, Tweeday at -They are made of ging Shams, striped, checked, and plaid, also of percales; in waist line and straight styles; others are in slip over models. -Some are trimmed withj white coller, cuffs, and~ pockets, others are belted models, and some have Kaune'-Seound Floor. -Mn Furs don to any woa" 4bo i, to ed; asd Cev Its ar te 255, 395 l of' style; 80k; with .00. Vohs;I V4| Woof Scarfs --awg. Brishd Wel Shawl Starf, with poc kets in end of scarf, fin ished- with fringe, and belt 'of self material or leather. These are in beautiful mixed effects with fancy borders, ox ford and .white, peacock green and tan, brown and tan,.5 etc., at ...... $1.5 -Narrower Scarfs, of brushed wool, mixed ef fects, jncluding heather mixtures, finished with fancy border, pockets in end of scarf, 7 leather belts, at' *7 -Hand Vade Tams, In rose, Harvyrd red. majeta, peacock, tan, and brpwn. $nisedW with . an 'Op. As and........t- 3A Kaan's Sweater Stoe Second Floor. late Therefore More lato The DRESSES to at on, - to alf. 9 in id ith & ial, to variety of styles, three tier and tunic styles. Some ating, beading, an& braid. e, navy, and black. I taffetas in the lot, In up Kanns--Second Floor. VALUE.S at the PLEATING - STORE -Accordion Pleated Chif foe, 40 inches wide, for making separate skirts to wear with tie-on blouses, for faaey petticoats or foundations to uheer dress es.. 40 Inches wide, and In black, brown, white, fleah, and navy blue. -Regularly 62.T5,7 Tweeday at. . 37 --COLL AR POINT BANDINGS, beautiful de signs, and fine quality, in point venise lace. All An lahed with net band top. Manufactured to sell up to 61.00 a yard. Tuesday's price a 7 -Esa's-8netFloor.