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314 7th STREET N.W. The Much Wanted "BROGUE"BOOTS &OXFORDS Offered Temrrew at ThaVery Low Price RANGE OF SIZES AND WIDTS V.1w 10 $10 10 1. Traera ae .tieted your wants and shows how factory ownership HELPS YOU Judging by the Happy Appearance of Mrs. Lane, one would think that she was on the way to cast her first ballot (in Alexandria of course, not votless Washington, B. T.) As a matter of fact, she is coming from the UPSTAIRS SHOP, happily musing over how differently she looks in the stout model drss she se lected. , "I am not so stout after all," was her happy remark, seeing her form taking shape again, under a little tuck or pleat designed for that pur pose. We may as well tell you that . $39.50 was all she paid for it. Stout Suits. .$37.50 up Reg. size Suits. .$24.50 up Stout Coats.. $20.50 up Reg. size Coats. $18.75 Up Stout Dresses.$19.75 up Stout Waists.. $2.98 up Reg. size Dresses.$13.75 up Stout Brassieres.$1.25 up Reg. size Skirts. $4.96 up Upstairs Shop 3d Floor--Entrance 503 7th St. 3d Door froam Corner. Between the Bank and People's Drug Store-Elevator. Your Eyes are .working for you every mingte of the day. They are of invaluable service. to. you. If your vision is Im paired do not fail to come I, here for an examination, and if you need glasses do not fail ,to order them. ' .in4 %Our expert and reliable optometrist will examine your eyes, locate the defects and prescribe the proper Slenses for your individual needs. To prevent any possibility of an error, the lenses, after they are ground, are put under our exacting test. This test is an absolute assurance that ' your prescription has been filled correctly in every Instance. A saving of both time and money is assured as our offices and factory are located on the premises preventing Sthe necessity of -sending elsewhere to have your glasses *perfected. Notwithstanding the superiority of our glasses and the thoroughness of our service LEESE GLASSES Cost No More Than the Ordinary Kind M. A. LEESE Optical Co. Factory and Offices 614 9th St. N. W. "FIRST NIGHT" A UDIENCE IS ULTRA SMART W A INGTON ea de well, thank yo, is the way of Sret sight audlaees whoa it really bestirs itself. Take, for ta staes. the assemblage whlsh Sited the Shubert-Garriek Theater last evening to see 'Sonya.' the first pro duction from the pen of the famous Polish dramatist Gabrysla Sapoiska, to reach this country. The boxes were illed with distiaguished look lng men and handsome women wear ing evening dress and beautiful jewels, and groups of equally inter estag personages were scattered through the body of the house. There was much visiting about from box to box and quite a coa tihoetal touch was gives by ce tala of the diplomats, notably the Argentie Ambnadsr. Dr. OmM A. IL Breto, who steed up Ia their seats, during the entre acts, ur. voyed the house through their glasses and then began a round of visits to the boxes where they had spied friends. Dr. Le Breton joined for a time Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Townsend's party, which included the Spanish Ambassador and Mme. de Riano, Mrs. Mashall Field and CoL Alfred du Posch, of the Belgian embassy. The. Polish Minister and Princess Lubomirsha had the box next and had among their. guests the Minister of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes and Mme. Grouitch and Miss Patton. BOX PARTIES. The charge d'affaires of France. Prince de Bearn, entertained guests in hip box, as did Gen. Louis Col lardet, military attache of the en1a bassy, and Mme. Collardet; and Mrs. Daniel Appleton. of New York, had a box party which included Gen. and Mme. Sigiamund Brynck, of the Polish legation; Major Sadlier and Capt. Albert Larabee. Major Gen. and Mrs. William Mason Wright and Col. and Mrs. Stephen L'H. Slocum occupied a box, as did Mr. and Mrs. Sylvanus Stokes, jr. Among Mr. and Mrs. Stokes' guests were Princess Hohenlohe and Miss Gladys Hinckley. Mr. and Mme. Celesta, of the Ital ian embassy staff, entertained at dinner before and had their guests with them at the play. So did Mr. and Mrs. Henry Price Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin ToWnsend.' Others in the audience were Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh, who was accom panied by Mrs. John Allan Dough erty, Col. William Horton and other guests; Justice James Clarke Mc Reynolds, Mrs. Robert Hinckley, Mrs. Truxtun Beale. Mrs. Sherman Miles, Mrs. David Porter, Miss Janet Richards. Mrs. Victor Ka.uff mann. Mrs. Clarence Day. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Brown, MM Eveleth Whiting, Miss Nancy Gordan Jones, Mrs. Leigh Wilson. of New York, Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Jordan, Mrs. Clarke Waggaman, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bennbtt. and Mr. and Mrs. Rawlins Hume. Mrs. Wilson will occupy the White House box for the Boston Symphey Orchestra concert at the National Theater this afternoon and will have guests w$ h her. GEDDES GOING TO OIO. The British Ambassador, Sir Auck land Geddes, will leave today for Cincinnati to be absent about a week. He will be accompanied by H. V. Tennant, secretary. Sir Beliby Alson, British minsee to China, who is passing through this country, is paying a short visit at the British embassy. He will leave today. The Minister of Venezuela, Dr. Santos Dominici, has returned to Washington from New York. where he went to meet his sister. Miss Ines Dominici, on her return to this coun try. She has been at her home in Venesuela for several months. -4 Dr. Octavio Beeche, the recently. appointed minister of Costa Rica, is established at 2230 California street for the season. J. E. Lefevre, charge d'affaire. of the Panama legation, has returned from New York, where he went to meet his brother, Ernest T. Lefevre, former president and secretary of for eign attairs of Panama, who has just arrived in this countfy. MISS WALLAcH TO WED. The marriage of Miss Edith Shep pard Wallach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Waliach, to Gaines iwathmney. of New York, will take place on Thursday, November 15, at Fringe selectiof "les dght" Fring. We Have the Variety to hemet Frean IAN EuoY A Post a , the "no it Mr. ad hrs W&Iaisu at Warw ase.. Ta Osly mebrso hetmdlate tam 531w will he pmest. n.ta"Mr. Gwatbmsu haa tksaa as apaatmest ia Now York, where he and his bride wiu make their hems. Mir Weilash I a mne of Ms, Weoiborp Blir~ ad fo aeverol viatere h.spset the Naves Ia Wash. l-w with her seast. as has eim bees the guest et Mr. sad Mrs. Blair at their ummer home Is Newport for several sewsa. Hrs. David W. Taylor. wite af Stear Admiral Taylor, i entertain at luachea at the Cat It. Marks as Tuesday. November 16, for her debu taste daughter. Miss May Taylor. and is complimeat to Ws Anne Cra ves. The guesta wIi e a aumber at this seasan's buds. Mr. and Mrs. J . Baraett. Jr.. of New York, who have recently come to Washington. have taken Mr. and Mrs. Girvia Peters baose In Edge moor for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Peter base moved Inte a eharming little pottage their place. .Mrs. William F. Ham was hostess today at the first of a series of small luncheons folowed by bridge which she will give this season. Bs entertained at her apartment In Wardman Park Hotel as a farewell hospitality to Mrs. George Baum. wife of Commanderf Daum. U. 8. N.. who Is leaving shortly for China for station, and Mrs. William H. Peek. wife of Colonel Peek. U. R. A., who has been ordered to duty at Fort Monroe, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nelson Page sailed for England today on the 8. e. Aqultania to visit her daughter, Mrs. Algernon Burnaby. who Is IlL Numerous Interesting supper parties have been arranged for this evening in order that the guests may hear the election returns together. Oscar C. Portier will entertain a party of guests at the Cafe Ut. Mark's and others who are having parties there are Comdr. Charles Theodore Jewell. 1IIfIhNflfIIIflH INHlhflllIIIhflIl EL Ney's E Styl - Seri and -You'l select o dresses. braid, c belts of /J and Tal U / Green.l broideri Persian IWomen Who I for These. Smart Silvertoned Velour Pur-trimmed, Tailored and Braid Trimmed Models Absolutely wonderful suits a Fine Warn Oxfords, Silvertones Camel-hair; some with ha) jars; large comfortable cai Very stylish and good 10011 WITH . .ad Mr's. Arther Dewy. M.a Mr W lam A. MeL Me. and Mrs th e bhl Mr. a Mrs ofD . and W. Prin Wh. QGefo A h er. Miss Olga Isem ao Mr'. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jeo, Nma t will be boils to a eomemv of uAwl but wilt irtala at wudma Park Motel, :Xl M. Roj will also have guests w t he the-B Mr. wa Mrs. Geeos er e d ap no are bolas egvartulated em the birth of a daughter. They are oeepyisg the suburran bie tf Dres ad Mrs. Larkim W. Olsebroek for the wlstas'. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Napolen Nona parts, who went to New York to eet her sister. Countess vex Meltke-Hutt. fell, en her. arrival In this souatas. are now In Daltaere. where they will remain while the roes are o at Pt1lbme. Afterward they will ro turn to New York to stay until they epea thpen house at ealm a oast January. Countes oW n Me the ul attold is visiting her uncle. Charles t ns.a parts, In almr. Mr. and Mr. nitrt Halsteod and Miss Aiiln altead, who have re heavly returned from Austria. are at the St. Rega Hotel. New York. for a visit before coming to Washington. Mr. Halstead has. been serving as American High Comnmissioner at Vienna. Mrs. Halstead and Miss Hal stead spent the greater part of last winter in Washington a d the latter was presented to society at a dance given by her uncle and aunt. Mr. ad Mrs. Welter Wilcox. Mr. and MrL. ownry Huddeliten Rogers and Miss Millicent Rogers have closed their summer home at Southhampton. I. I., and have taken an apartment at the Pla Hotel. Now York. for the season. Mr. and Mrs. tndick Scofield are being congratulated upon the birth of a son yesterday. Miss Emily orun McLean, dugh ter of the late utear Admiral T. C. Mc. Lean, has returned from New York. Nth & Penn. Ave. N.W. ECT ire Ticket of es and Low Pr fere 's an After. Ele Smart, Tr re, Velour F Silvertoneeet make no mistake if you e of these good quality Beautifully trimmed with henille and buttons galore; self material. Vlour adoF Se al che defet n-rw Cenoller cs. n.w Vaue Wil wb for =d saZ. bet on". Dr. Carle. OI sceItuY at Peravia embassy has will leaveWiluta Lat with Mrs GIbes, has hes iat.d ..a latr to ... at W bret i r's to Per led a Tilt i* sar. U w..W riVo b, iagteo this wee m too" as seco b seerotar at t wa ma cs oems, Mra Heary C. Cerma edtesWaI a esupaar at UaaSW last eweig i homer et Mrs. Colia CampbelL et Nag land, who is visitlag her brother and sister-la-law. Mr. sad Mro Joseh Ialter. Mrs. Campbell ne Was iagton last week with am latter who had been visilag Celesel and Mrs. CampbeU at their reeeatlyr-pow abased reach In Calfierala. rg. Goa. Edward Ima MIS and Mrs. Munson have rot"rmed to Washington and are established is Hopkins plase for the season. Th4y have a debutante daaghter' MIs. Katherine Munsen, whom thoy will present to society at a tea at the Washington Club on Deembeu 11, M.. Harry . Wrht a. her small son, George Owen Wright, are visit ing her mother. Mr's. George P. Owen. at her home In Charles street, Salt more. The Washington Society of the Archaeological Institute of Amerca has Issued invitations to the mine teenth annual meeting of the seiet7. to be held at the home of ItsplOi dent, Robert Lansing. and Mr's. LAD sing. 1323 Eighteenth street, on Sat urday evening, November 13, at 6:30 o'clock. Sir William Ramsay, British arehse ologist and historian, author of "His torical geography of Asia Miner," "St. Paul. the Traveler and the e0man Citisen," etc., will be the uest of honor and give an ilusratad address (Continued on Page Elstesn.) I11ill lilHflhHllNlhlhfliI ED Values, ices ction Sale of im Iresses I $10.98 teine, Jersey, U mlard3 $14.98I Navy3 Mlack, ,Em and VoteI rge. otine Panel , lored. * tsat1 rn-rn hTN BUS CORNum NieMALAT 5 TM. Opasr get A. Me CAW 6 P. M. UTILITY BLOUSES At a Very Low Price CW---n$ '99 --New lot of beatifu tdk In black and ce. one s made with rod ee~artwith ile ruffle; anotber is stade with a two-in creede chine, In white and fles cotr.God hartment of siges. - Comforts and Blankets That Are Splendid Qualities For Wednesday's Special Prices -Four special items taken from the big sale list in Sunday's paper. -41.50 and .00 Woolhsp -.$3.50 Caus. hah M3Iists, including "Colum. 6Inise; also ba," "Nashua" and "Field" kets, in white, and td brands, made of the best with colored . cotton, with a finish like border, Spe- 4r wooL Different sizes from cial, a pair.... mS 66x80-inch. to 72x84-inch. -a45.00 Cottee.Ulsd Ces. in white, gray and tan, with forts, good quality silkoline colored borders; also some cbest hinte dsi n plaid pat. size 72x72 terns. Special, inches. Special Supa. . each........3. 9 -4.00 Aamueisa Satsemrd C.fr, in attracive aens madcolors; filled with best white cotton; size 72x80 inches; all good weight comforts. Very special, each....... 66x~~~~o~~~inc.St.. to11.01.-4L0Coleili O The Quality Is Easily Recognized in Our Handsome $ ().75 Coats at... /7 -The materials, you will note, are the most popular of the hour, very high grades, and include: e-Velour de laines silver cdeths, ch e and . . . lures. -Styles are vaded enough to suit almost tasto . wrapp models tilfos bbelteed coatsls- bu coats-deep capacoflased Coats. -Some of these coats tichly braided or embraid ed, others are ouaneed with fancy stitching. --There are models with collars of self material and others with collars of AMo trallan opossum, raccoos., black opossum and seal. -The colors are dryad, reindeer, twilight malay, Co ebagen, navy -ood assortment of _L w%_I e gd g, for women and mi.ns Handsome Collars of . Real Filet Lace A Very Special ''f Value at........ .1 7 -Tuxedo shape, 23 inches lnng, in a variety of designs, including the popular rose pattern. -They will make exceptionally dainty Christmas gifts. and it will pay you to purchase now and lay them away. .-Kan'-Stret Floor-Neckwr Store.