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IN THE HOTEL HADLEIGH lab sar V 6tv X. W. Table d'Hote Dinner, $1.25 ORCHESTRA CONCERT EVERY EVENING BEAUTIFUL DINING ROOM ELITE PATRONAGE A gentleman said to our manager recently that "At a luncheon today the statement wa made that the beet dinner in town was served at the Hadleigh Hotel in the Salon." Tb~t was a broad 'statement, but we know that the quality and servios ornnet be better elsewhere. Take the Bus or Chevy Chas Lake Car | Doll Frames For Boudoir Lamp Shades -Conplete with socket 'and exten sion wire. Bisque heads. $2.975 nery special...... - With Natural Hair at $3.00 Our Mrs. Butler gives full iMtruc tions frep when requisites are purchased here. d d . N.W. Hemstitchipg, Picot Edging, 10c Yd. T RY FIRST . 1219-1221 G StrTeet N.W Store Hours-8:30 to 6. Closed All Day Friday, Armistice Day. A Marvelous Sale of Jersey Dresses These Dresses are of fine better quality Jersey;- all wool and made with elastic waist band; Peter Pan Kid Collar and Cuffs, in all the wanted colors, such as navy, Henna, Reindeer, Black, Taupe, Dark Brown. All sizes for Women and Misses. $6.95 For Thursday Only Ladies' Van Raalte Women's Handkerchiefs Silk Hosiery slightly irregular,- but you Extr qulit forChrst- can hardly detect the very ma~ ifts wih danty m- slight imperfections. Extra broierydesins.Thre in fine quality with all-silk tops. In Grey, White and Black. a box. Special, per box, sp~ecial at 75c $2.49 /A New Shipment of Sally Hats . Made of genuine Suede-like Ma terials, in Orange, Navy, Brown, Henna,. Taupe, Tan, Sand and Ried. speia $1.49 A One-Day Silk Sale For Thursday Only you are offered your choice of the following at this very special price: 36-Inch Tubular Tricolete-Light and Dark Colors, with plenty of Black and W hite .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-inch Bengalne-(.or are nome, E Taupe. Navy, Brown. Black and white. 46-Inch Fancy Gleorgette-Also P'laln 36-Inch. Hlabutal-In w hIte only .... 353-Inch Imported Pongee--In Natural Tan Color............................. 39c Fast Black Sateen-n Special for One Day Only.. . . .. C J ltru nsh; for al ining puroses, Blomers, ec . L i Dss... .wa Pstterin and. Fashs eh~ T H PRNSIDENT AND MRS. HARDING will be present on Friday evening when the ceurt of honor in front of the Pan American Union is first Illuminated. A pod deal of pomp and ceremony will mark the lighting up of the jeweled archway which is to flash the city's welcome to the foreign delegates to the armaments confer once and it is expected that many notales will be present. A band will play and a salute of twenty-one guns will be fired. It remains to be seen how the court of honor, how in Its chrysalis stage, will Impr the visitors. But one feature of Walington's decora tive scheme, already complete, ex Oite unstinted admiration. It is the illumination at night of the dome of the Capitol, the Washington Monu. ment and the Lincoln Memorial. In the "circles" Dupont, Scott, Thomas, and heridan-the statues of the national heroes from which the circles derive their names, also are silboutted against the sky by deli sate lighting effects. The Illuminated Capitol dome Is entrancingly lovely, and, as many of our distinguished visitors have come in at night, it has been ac claimed as an inspiring glimpse of the traditional symbol of American power. PRESIDENT AND MRS. HAtD ING will be the first to honor the unknown soldier who is' to lie in state at the Capitol before his interment in Arlington. They will go to the Capitol this afternoon and will place a wreath upon the bier. Last evening President and Mrs. Harding had as guests at dinner the= Speaker of the House and Mrs. Gillette and the Secretary of Commerce and Mrs. Hoover, the little company going afterward to the play: They saw "Elsie Janis and Her Gang" at the National Theater. In the afternoon Mrs. Harding attended the first of the Philadel phia Orchetsra's concerts for this season, entertaining a distinguish ed little company in her box at the National. No less than three Presidential Administrations were represented in that box party, the First Lady's guests includiuig Mme. de Mathieu, wife of the Chilean ambassador; Mrs. William Howard Taft. Mrs. Nicholas Longworth. Mrs. Richard Townsend, and Miss Laura Harlan. Congressman Nicholas Long worth, by the way, sat across the house from his wife, being a guest of Mrs. Marshall Field. Mrs. Cool. idge occupied Mrs. Edward Beale McLean's box and had Mrs. T. Coleman duPont with her. Mrs. Denby was among Mrs. James R. Mann's guests. Mrs. Robert Lansing and her guest. Mrs. John W. Davis, were also among those in the boxes and the audience was large, brilliant and enthusias tic. ADMIRAL LORD BEATTY and Lady Beatty, who were honor guests at the dinner given last even ing by the Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Denby. will be entertained at dinner tonight by Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Charles McCawley. Besides Admiral and Lady Beatty, Secretary and Mrs. Denby's guests included the British Ambassador and Lady Geddes, the Undersecre. tary of State and Mrs. Henry P. Fletcher, the Assistant Secretary of the Navy. Col. Theodore Roosevelt; Admiral Robert E. Coontz, U. S. N., and Mrs. Coontz, the command ant of the marine corps, Maj. Gen. John A. Lejeune, and Mrs. Lejeune; Rear Admiral Hugh Rodman, 1'. S. N., and Mrs. Rodman, Capt. Bailey, R. N.; Captain Spickernell, R. N.; Mrs. Marshall Field, Mrs. Henry C. Corbin and Mrs. George Cranfield, who is the guest of Secretary and Mrs. Denby. Yesterday Admiral Lord Beatty visited Annapolis. inspected the Naval Academy, and was entertained at luncheof by Rear Admiral Henry B. Wilson, superintendent of the Academy. Admiral Beatty, who re atyour 44 turned to Washington on Mon 'day from Bryn Mawr. spent the last hours of his stay ther fox hunting astride Cotteemore, seven times a blue ribbon winner. With his bost. Robert . trawbrd. and mean bers of the Radnor Hunt Club, the admiral scoured the countryside, but no fox was found. Mrs. Coeligs Feted. , Mrs. Coolidge was the guest of honor at a delightful luncheon given today by Mrs. Ben Johnson, wife of Congressman Johnson of Kentucky. who entertained at her apartment in the Calverton. The other guests were Mrs. Charles A. Culberson, Mrs. John B. Kendrick, Mrs. Owsley M. Stanley. Mrs. Clarence O. Sherrill, Mrs. C. C. McChord. Mrs. Breckinridge Long. Mrs. Mary 8. ehleuter, Mrs. Timothy T. Ansberry and her guest, Mrs. Nor man Scott; Mrs. (eorge Leroy Boyle. Mrs. William F. Norris. Miss Madelle Lyons, of Louisville. Ky., and Mrs. Charits Lee Hamilton. of 1Louisville. and Mrs. Roseoe Crawford. of Camp Humphreys, Va., daughters of the jiostess. Mrs. Hamilton is visiting Congress man and Mrs. Johnson. The French Ambassador and Mme. Jusserand will entertain at dinner at the embassy on Wednesday eve ning. November 16, In honor of the French delegates to the armament conference. Yesterday Premier Bri and, M. and Mme. Rene Viviani. Albert Harrault and others of the French group had luncheon inform ally with the Ambassador and Mme. Jusserand. The Britis4 ambassador, Sir Auck. land Geddes, will give a dinner at the embassy this evening to present to the chief members of the British delegation to the conferene the press representatives-of Great Britain. Can ada and Australia, who are here to cover the conference. The Brazilian ambassador, Augusto Cochrane de Alencar will entertain at tea this afternoon at the embassy in compliment to the members of the Brazilian coffiee mission, who are making a brief visjt to Washingtcr.. The mission will leave this evening for .w rl'reans and ('hi'ago. and Mr. Sampalo. the commercial attache of the embassy, will accompany them. With the party which will come to Washington will be Mrs. Robert de Nioac, of Brazil, who is the wife of a member of the mission. Mrs. Pitney Coming Here. Mrs Pitney. wife of Justice Pitney, who has been visiting in Morristown, N. J., since her return from Europe, will come to Washington tomorrow. Miss Beatrice Pitney, is in school in Paris and will make her debut here next winter. The minister of the Netherlands. Dr. Everwyn, entertained at dinner last evening for the delegates here for the conference. The other guests included the members of the legation staff. Mrs. Robert Lansing will entertain informally at tea this afternoon in compliment to Mrs. John W. Davis, the company being limited to old friends of the guest of honor. Mrs. Davis has been visiting Mrs. Lansing for a few days and will return to New York tomorrow. Mrs. Lansing's niece, Miss Nataline Dulles. will sail shortly for Syria to enter the University Hospital at Beirut as a nurse. She trained at the Walter Reed Hospital beginning her course during the war and getting her di ploma last summer. Miss Dulles has been visiting Mrs. Lansing and her mother. Mrs. John W. Foster, but has returned to her home in Aub'urn, N.Y. Allan-Aspinwall Wedding. The marriage last night of Miss Margaret Scovill Aspinwall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Aspin. wall, to Lieut. Carlisle V. Allan. U. S. A.. was an event of unusual in etrest. The ceremony was perfromed at 8 o'clock at the Church of the Cov. enant by Rev. Dr. Charles Wood, mn was fmhjowM r a snf resep.o* ress t the dub. forming an U.. at the w--swia Clu for oohi slng for the bulial party. lb d., a b. tttt frar, no bee a.sd wa. in ands Vrtte obrosat~auns an some e ffeljIIand wea three turns Lost. wwr used Ym dseoratlin. jI~ ~t1wfahOdO he In cbureb sad also deobed the daw- Oenst ued or Pae Fifteen.) 1219 F St. The Shop That Skwse the Neow Styles First WONDERFUL SAVING! Hundreds of Pairs of the Nationally Famous Boots Strap Pumps and . Oxfords $ .50 The Pair Every pair genuine Queen Quality Shoes, consisting of black and brown Kid, Patent Leather, Black Satin and all shades of Tan Russia Calf. Turned and welt soles, Louis, Baby Louis, Cuban and Mili - tary heels. High and Low Shoes-the popular new lasts-carefully selected for our fall trade. All Sizes and Widths SPORT HOSIERY All Colors-All Sizes-$1.25 Pair Queen Quality Boot Shop Shoes. and Hosiery for Women and Children 1219 F STREET N. W. Exclusive Agents in Washington for QUEEN QUALITY SHOES flavo 9a THE SUSY CORNER /ENNA a TI*fl I Open 9:1 A. M. CLoe S:00 P. M. CLOSED ALL DAY FRIDAY Armistice Day Pre.dent Harding having de.amed that day to be a National Holiday. Opportunity--Do Not Miss It' Dresses An Odd Lot, Worth From $19.90 to $29.75, Thursday, $15 -Taffetas, tricotines, Poiret twills and other popular materials. -The tricotines are in long straight-line styles, trimmed with cire braid or ribbon, others are and-embroidered and leaded, majority are fin shed with string belt. 'hey are made in traight-line styles. A S-)retty straight - line sleeveless model of Poiret will is trimmed with ittle leather cabochons. -Not all sizes in every style, but a good selection in the lot. -Others are two-piece styles of Poiret twill, trimmed with detachable cuffs and collar of pique. -Brown, navy and black are the principal colors. Kann's-Dress Store-Street Floor. Girls' and Juniors' Coats For Wear on Armistice Day -Good value, smart style, good wearing quality, in heather mixtures and ve lours, in - brown, reindeer, navy and sorrento blue, in belted and flare-back mod ela, with fancy pockets, but ton trimmed, finished with collars of fur or self mate rial. 'Sizes 6 to 14 years. -A very special value at $12.95 Kann's-Second Floor. Manufacturer's Samples Of Neckwear -Including a varied assortment of styles. -White and colored pieces in the lot. Choice 37c Kann's-Bargain Table-Street Floor. Carload Purchase CEDAR CHESTS In the Nat ..e ural Varnish ed or Rubbed Finishes -H a n d a ome ---- . 'Chests f r o m one of our best known makers, who offered his -entire ma'de-up stock to us at a big discount. 40 in One Lot, 36-inch Size and Copper Trimmed. $2.9 VlusChoice at. .. .$14.8 -Splndi chstsforgenralstorage purposes, desirable also to buy for gifts. A handsome article of furniture for your room. These are made with lock and key, two-lid stays, cedar handles and wheel casters. $32.95 to $47.95 Cedar $26.95 to $34.95 Cedar Chests Chests : n|.''... $25.00 :;. 47M&nMe 198 Kanns-Thint Ploor.