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anerWN al, 0 Or the opening et the formal . Throughout the latter pat lost Admlnlstration all formal LA a 241alst da ai ihng of *the Dust. iter, the first of the, nor the season's opening by the event pt the neqan the *rwtYaJ of adpersonages to be entertained. Marshal land, ReAS.Vivini thetru seson eve be. ofoila Washington, abeNky to formal dinners ad it seems as though the must hafe been going an for thisthat Itb tams evenng-3vt theWit dnner the Cabinth.. wil be about sixty guests to meet the Cabinet neople. the roll call of the Ezecutive Itself will not be entirely Secretary and Mrs. Fall both away. So, alsm, is the or General and Mrs. Will Mrs. Dau berty, wife of the 47tratna. b A~rbe ~since t~ie now' Ao 0 Near Of the Yuletide will felt In the decpeationa wi be In thq state dininq a on the tablea, Polneettis true Christmas flower, will bp. with stevias. the color at wisand green being oarried in the deocrations. ePresidet and Mrs. Harding, greet their guests In the blue. aid,- following the dinner, a of music and recitations presented in the famous east umber at mnall but brlliaft will mark the sCial cal ftr "h Ovening. Practical. of them are Informal. with mere than twelve or fifteen Belgian Ambamdor and Cade arder will entertain of group Of half I~sa SthUK& friends. Th. .o srba and Mme. wil have a small party dianen The erbian logation te enly of the most infor iTeht th are small group of Senator 1 ,senator Keys, Roersen Frederick Hicks, Dr. and David Jayne Hill and Wick steed, of the London Times. 1an~ewEL B. eeaerts van Brok , of The Netherlands eOWW will entertain at dinner- at heshaeba. MetL 0hcommeroslh attache of The lands legation and Mme.- D. 1 Andreae will be hosts at din in compliment to the head of Netherlands arms dengat. Mme. Van Karnxbee. 1. and Mrs. Frank B. Noyes vil be hosts at dinner In eompli abet to their daughter, Mrs. Blagden. fte secretary of State and Mrs. Evans Hughes were the at honor at a dinner given X evening by Congressman and 6 Frederick R. Hicks. There were C r JAtguests in the company. Edwin Denby, wife of the Osewa of the Navy, will be at to the era of the navy the Marineo and their wives ANTIQUES UNIEAD OLD CNA WANTED GEO. W. RETNOLDS, 1142 x W. 4.W. Main ass j~enEvenIngs Utl Christias BOOKS as GIFIS Awide range of choice In prioe charactr Complete stock. Also SOOKc SHO, SMonogram Stationery gives the problem of the g~t ith the personal touch. The origInality of our de. jgeanad the variety of our bes at foreIgn and dornestie eatingerv make possible a Engaver. an. ..at0..,. 4 61t 'Els Mareg on Monday afternoun. The gu".. will uambo oW. Mrs. J-VV. so Charme, bf Mh. ha bh. the zneSt' of tW, of her gm Th Potasas General, Will H. yk, has closed his apartment to Wardman Bark Hotel, and has to his home in SulUv'n.nLd. to rema4n4, - tE The British ambassador ,and lady Geddes were hosts at luncheqn at the embassy today, There. were twelvs The British Ambmasador and Lady Geddes entertained - at dinner last sight for a iimgulabd cempany of ' Ma cm, - Pt" DeL gation; Dr. Wenington Koo, chief of the Chinese delegation, and Mme. Koo; Captain Vasconcellos, the Por. tugees delegate: Lord Riddell, j. But ler Wright, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. tie, Jr..,. Mr. - and Mrs. Charles Gibso Mfs. Theodore U. D On. Rae Adp Bral Sir E. Sthe British delegation; Mr.a Ws. Henry Getty Chilton. Mr. and Mrs. . W. Malkin, Mr.. Loring Christie. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Knowles. Mr. and Mrs. John Joyce Broderiek, Mr. and Mrs. R. Lesle Craigle, Mr. and Mrs. Ashton-Gwatkin, Corgman. der mad Mrs. Brown, Maj. and Mrs. C. I. D. Bridge, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Goode,. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Wrence, Mr. and Mrs. I. Maltonejy, = Frances Lay, Miss Ladra Har Ian, Miss Helen Ernst, Miss H. Dum kefl, Miss Betty Poe and Mr. Hugh Tennant, of the embassy staff. The French Ambassador and Mne. Wummrj~nd 'were hosts at dinner iast lhe be their guests: Ad. , on, Commander Frochot ad Camatnnder Rigal, naval attache th IFrenh embassy; Adiniral and . Robert E. Coonts, Riav Admiral amn. Rodgers, Rear AdAmiral and Vr. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. George Butherland, William M. Sharp, frmer Aherilan Ambassador to Francs, and Mrs. Sharp; Mr. J. W. Riddle, American Ambassador to Ar gentine, and Mrs. Rldatb; Mrs. Joh A. Luno,- Mrs. Hamilton Wright, KMTr. t Dn Beale, Mme. Henma, Mr. Robert Brookings, Count 'and *OMat"ss disyes and M. Hubert serin. of the embassy staff. Mrs. Richard 8. Hill will present her daughter. Miss leanor Crroln eill, to society at a large tea at be Washington Club this atternoon. Plowers, foliage and softly' shaldd e will provide $be deaa . Hi llIw *W w A, jenam of han met mnade over cloth of and i Hill's gown is ag Of white silk net edgd with Ilver, mde Vr a S co she Vall seamy a shower bouque*t of .sweet. lowrt ras&e The tea table will be especially at rective, with Its Christmas decora kns, and will be presided over by grs. James Dudley Morgan, aunt St"Ae debutante; Mrs. Robert drain. itr. Pembroke Thom, Mrs. Francis W. Mill and Mrs. Joseph Je4le. Vhe debutante wil be assisted by a evy 09 her sister buds and a few. of Lot year's- debutantes, the group in luding Miss Mary Palmer, Nap ants Leeune, Miss Catherine Chait Om, Princess Bertha Cantacusene, fle Alice Mann, Miss Annette Ash. m4d Miss Elizabeth Zolnay. Miss Y Webb, MDO" -Atla immell, Uss May titt, Misn Helen Griffin. Iss Corinne Stephens, Miss Flor. aoe Cline, the Misses Marcia and onstance Foss. Miss Patricia Ainsa, Iss Gladys -Chapman Smith, Miss |lisbeth Kemp, Miss Isabel Craw. wd, Miss Helen Colbert. Miss Diana utnming, Miss Dorothe Hsiberg, iss Nancy Hoyt, Miss Nina Lunn, a S.ui Deposit Hold Any Article Mp At Se a~e' you . somet ghere fb 'wlghin ean and ' WHIlE Famous D~ lined velvet case........ 24-Inch *13.75 Masonkc Ring OPEN EVC'S Brac CA~rg. Acnt Inviked .40 Marr uy Hamnton. .38" sontor Carlo head of .t ~~ HI L*$ LWIGNu the Italsa R=mts; enas~aa ohntmson, Mis, es RScdI. Ita~ma =mhes==s='a= is, RIsviii a e- the s - het erY ena Xre. Newin DSne, t There Us 119 tss~yMost, I~m . atsbe.amid rt t la out danC i eenr n W ut ac ngJi Sfue itt dete- Huntington, . uie 0. Visconte Sa the ron 94.n the party (Continud on ais s.) Bta USY coRN~ir MNAAMAT * TN.A' Openo9:1 AM. Coe 6:0 P. M. A Beautiful Pussy Willow| * Blouse Whit. Only, Each Packed in Its Neat Box -The material is a fine, heavy qulity. Some are tucked front styles, with two.Hinoe collar. Some have tuxedo collar. There arE three attractive models, which have the collar, cuffs and front tinmmed with narrow knife pleating. We also are showing a very popular Peter Pan todel, with kaife pleating around the collar. Thse I n v - models and very specially. priced at, each . ............... $6.95 'sM&4*" ra..r. Tub Silk Blouses in Practical Styles -Thee are In hEavy quality silk, with satin stripes In colors combined-with white. -With popular two-in-one white satin roll eollar and others Tuxedo collars of sik; $3.90 volues. Spe.ia ................. .........1.99 . 4#gate Tabi.-ttenes Foer. Close Fitting Shapes Are Sebsible Hats for Holiday Shopping Wear -The shape and style recommend them but &he low price is even a greifer recommendation. -Fur-trimmed Hats with handsome crowns of silver and gilt brocade. -Satin Hats, in all the new colors and attractive trim mings. At $3.95 Xma's-Second Floor. Gmi fts hner the Famy inMaiches am',T lik: SOL.ID GOL.D Shown m Inr. Pocet u "o'ri. .is Knives : Barry Pearl. Coplt -t a.SOLID anedmt el. t 88 Ouy* Rings dh~esI- ser12J - OPEN * EVG'S (I~~l) atch' Aelaeetnnmvee. 'S 820 F St. Cor. 9th JWEERSANt) OPTICIANS '4E The -FJassee afety Chriet mue Tree eus--linted; have three brees for holding the tree, also funnel in which tree is set, with pond for floating toys; In three sies:t 12 in. in diamiter at $1.0 14 In. in diateter at $1.25 16 in. in diameter at $1.40 -No. 100 Sandy Andy Aute mati Toy-Which consists of funnel, in which to por sand, beg is sand, small mod car that rum down the trash and dumps sand. - Has large pan to catc6 the sand when being dumpd. Prlse, IA. Thm*.E H -Are featused at this store therefore something you can venir baseuif you wish. - 6, -In -a Christmas sale tbmd top and soles and high spit brown, cordovan and navy fu A pa Ia R pa alone loo we ase a ariceof stored in these cees. They ten ab Astorted Lot of Ose of These Mlakes a Gif --One lot of Tapestry Cover~s, last year's proe $7.50. elorngs that blnd fth almost any furnishings. The covers are 60 nches wide. Friday, $3.95 Heavy Striped 1 Last Year, Friday, 19e ae Curtain Musline, Scria alored * as Fri Per --FuO be ,with dota or rose splendid I , n --a .-. Gam eah 40-nc board, nao peed U, -TrAhst TV -O ts to n -om-O-Graph. BuW:gemake. &iws ech; inc;aad boerd, made of =&flmale; Oll pock. 12o45 eta. At.roo..At.$1W.S --Meova FestweMee-b CUMO"r~ob, Utnio maie. Blue tray tncte mad of nloely antod greeat mea with bar - wow e peto with re wi ur and ft flm. Non Infmmable; Wil not burn or ex node; ftirecf. At $ d. .4110" Bad t -hat wWith sy to maq ra of y.e w "d green eatbenwr Sot con awr of two cpnd qMu, tea Pad wah s Choe o blc .ad Choic,.Pa............ Ontex" M-* &McaI~ DM06C and God% Brands that wel-iie W safely buy for gifts. veyp $21 Pairs Thread Silk Hose rrow-glendid quality, full-f mod heels. Choice of blac ,.Choice, Pair .......... Women's All-Silk Hose, - U-fashioned, with high Hced heels. Choice of p tek, brown or cordovan. in ir......... $2.50 - Women's All-Silk Hose, wk :Callum make, in black bit d brown. A$3.25 Special Purchase a 00 FineTenr Plain and Copper Same Qualities Sold Last fear at $17.95 to $19.9. Lot, Chaoice Friday...... and made from fragrant cedar. ruiture but serve a extra stoa put 58 inchps long. Each equi Couch Covers k for the. Whole Family ~ouch Covers I 51.59 L'25c is and Marquisette .. Dots and Figures, Plain d Bordered Effects ~....12c it. of -yard-wide 2nuslins, sand figures, in blue, god - sn white grounds. Mae 1st or ruffled curtains. a new cotered borders, samated n~ Seasse see ..e Say. Sa Fifled-Here Are --rem Pe Mgsns.ar No. 5 -Painted 7e11ow. red and sive and has horses. - A t ..................... -No. 22% safety Hand Cars. Geared and built for safety and speed; Uack enameled steel frame; Wo meat, pasinted red; 15-Inch rubber-Ured lnt w1o" 4c 134nch rear wheels.... * Dolly mast travel. A trunk 16 Inches long. 9 Inches wde. 9 inches high. At ..... ...... SM Ohrs t$,~U1 13.45. IMPPi"-Merrill" oign Makes of nen buy for themselves, ilr packed in special sou ashioned style with lisle k, African$29 Women's *Sport Hose, tin and drop-stitch styles,' brown or green heather xtures, also black and t and navy $2.00 ie. A pair Kann's-Street Floor. nd Holiday Sal. iessee Red C Trimmend Styles nai ....... . . S** Every home can find use for oe sce. No worry about moth, v iokadkey, easturs ad bag 1,200 Window Oil Quality, Sold as N Mill. Friday.. .. .. -Choice of several shai ellow. Defects in cloth ollers are guaranteed. ilete with bracket, naili Extra Heavy Moque Last Year, Friday, I 200 Plain Velour Pill, Slips Friday, 7Pf -Choice of blue, brown, nd mulberry. The backs ai lain tapestry-rep and an * ~..4 )MPANY ubbe& MDe-T 4 Ootr ....... OhsS, fe. P., $1A.e Made of iron; baa 6 burners, with d sman ifer; stove In Conplete. w 1 ng pan. 2 kettl Icoal bod. and Miovo1t ap blarg chimney. Thi. . " O-W - AP e ie T1.4. PA and a, to iu. ..-ackheeu1*--W~tb 4.. k* oompartant and ~tios roller showi g the alP pie tures, etc.; stends 46 inebes blah. did incht we. R 1g 844% sAiY $.9; a .. . .. Gift Linens -Pure Linen Table Dam ask, 7Q inches wide, sturdy wearing quality, in splen did patterns. $ 5 Special, a yard.$15 -Bureau a n d Dresser Scarfs, lace-trimmed styles with linen-finished centers, also Imported C o t t o n Damask Scarfs with hem stitched ends; $1 75 values ............ 75c0 -Pure Linen Dinner Nap kins. 22-inch size and heavy weight. $4.5 3pecial, a dozen . -Lace-trimmed Table Cov e, with linen finished cen bers and fancy inserts. -45-inch round shape at $1.25 -54-inch round shape at $1.50 Kann'n-Street Floor. edar Chests $10.95. or tuore of these, as they not rmin or dust when thing. are df eedar shavings. -Shades, 85c les of green, white or are very slight. The Each shade is corn Sand slat.. tte Couch Covers st.es 10.98 ire.