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His reyal hichiMafc the pnnce ot
Wales, waa entertained at ?tinner laat
evening by the Becretary of State ami
afra. Robert Latulnc at their home in
Blshteenth street, when a distln?
t-uished txnrmuy of twenty-four waa
asked to meet him. The Britlah royal
?tandard h un* over the entrance.
Secretary and '?fra. Lan ?in g raealvad
the -ruests In tha drawing room, which
eras ?domed with only otta tall ?rase
of huge white ohi-yaantheraunu. Tha
hallway aad -nuiale roora were ?imjlar
ly d??T-or-atad. while la the library waa
a ?mall bowl of ?mall white and red
chnrwanthernum?. An lnU*raottaa; new
feature of the library I? a large sketch
In oils by JohanMn. of Secretary Laa
sinti st tha Peace Conference, recently
.-?"it rrotB Parla. Ha la ?tttlng at a
de?* In deep thought with hla head
reitiag on hia hand. Nearby to Henry
\Vhrte, one ef tho ?merinan delegate?:
Cren. Thakar BUss and one of Mr.
Tho dinner table waa arranged
in the dining room nnd was glori
ously simple, bat beautiful. In the
center waa a vary large low plaque
of unusually large white chrysan
themum* with a few pale yellow
one? Intermingled. Tho pale ?/al
low blooms with aapa-ratraa Tine
radiated oat from the center, lying
flat on the table. Four tall slender
? Uvea ?ua? Hilad wtth the large
white ohrysanthemama aad a few
?mailer ?Ingle flower? of the ?una
color alternated around the ???enter
piece with ati-rer candelabra wtth
crystaj ?had??. The handaome old
Foster oat glas? and atlt-er plates
at eaeh place cauirbt and reflected
back tho light? from the crystal
Hr?. Laaelng aat on the right of
the prinoe. She looked rery hand
aome in a gown of rich heavy white
?atin brocade made on ?Imple, alea
der linea aad eat wtth a long train.
Mlaa Margaret WUson waa placed at
tho prince*? right On Mra. LaJi
?iriVs left ?ama tha Vice President
with Mra. Franklin Roosevelt on hla
left. Secretary Lansing sat Juet op
posite **4rs. Lansing with Mrs. Will
iam Phillips on his tight and Mrs
TVinedtct V. Crowell on his left. The
I'.rltiah Ambaaaador waa next to Mrs.
I-hilllpe. Mra. Mara?al! waa ?till too
ill lo leave her room ?o was unable
Th? guesta at the dinner were t
Hi? Royal HUxhness. the Prince of
Wales, the Vice President, the Am
bns-?ad*?r of Great Bri tal?. Viscount
?*r?.y: Read Admiral Sir Lionel Hal
***). Maj Gen. Sir Henry Buratall.
I.i-ut. <:el. F. W. M. Grigg. Sir Wlll
?**i,i Tyrrell. the Assistant Secretary
of State and Mr?. William Phillips.
Ut1*- Assistant Secretary of the Navy
and Mr?. Franklin Roosevelt, Mrs.
llenedtct Crowell. Miss Marunret
?Vil-ion. the American Ambassador
lo Stnain. Joseph E. Willard: John
Firtt Step in Treatment Is a Brisk
Purgative wit* Calotabs, the
Ponied aod Refined Calomel
Tablets flat are Nausea
less, Safe aad Sane.
Doctors have found by experience
that no medicine for colds and in
fluenaa can be depended upon for
full effectiveness until the liver Is
made thrroughly native That ie !
why the flrst step in the treatment I
i- the new, nausea,leas calomel!
tablet called Calotabs. and which)
ar?* free from the sickening and;
weakening effect of the old style1
?-?lomel. Doctors also point out the,
f*< t that an active liver may go a
Ion?- way towards preventing Influ-!
??.?a and is one of th* most im-1
portant factor* lit enabling the pa-[
tl* nt to Huccessfully withstand ??<
attack and ward oiT pneumonia.
Ore Calotab on th? tongue at bed- '
lime, with a swsHow of water?,
that'-* all. No ?alts, no nausea, nor'
the slightest interference with your
?Anting, pleasure or work. Next
morning vour cold ha? vanished,
yonr liver-!?*, active vour system is
purified, and you ar?? feeling fine.
w?th a hearty appetite for break
fast. Druggist-* aeV Calotabs only
In original sealed packages, price
thirty-fly-*?* -rents. ????? money will
hw cheerfully refunded If you do not
find them rieH-chtful.?Adv.
Hay? Hammond. Harbert C. Putnam.
librarian of Congress; Mr. aad Mra.
Irwin Laughlln, Mrs. Thomas F.
Bayard. Mrs. Hampson Gary. Ml?
Cornelia Basse] and Miss Crocker.
After the dinner the Prince was en
tertained at a brilliant reception at
the Library of Congress where seme
J.00O persons gathered to shake him
by the hand. A large American flag
and a British roysl standard hung
ovar th? entrance.
The beautiful hall ot the library
with it? wide marble stairway? and
gaJlwle- made a magnificent and fit
ting setting for such an historic oc
casion. The tuesta entered th? car
riage entra?e? on tha atreet 1????.
wound up tha ?tali-way to th? main
floor, aeroaa tt and up th? wider atalr
way to th? gallery abovs. Marina?
?tending at attention at frequent In
tervals marking tha way. Palina in
great abundane* wer? sverywhare.
Th? Marta? Band, which played dur?
lag tha entire evening, was on tha
main floor behind th? big pillars.
where an ?lab?rate ?upper waa serv
ed on long table? adornad with hug?
clusters of yellow chrysanth?mums.
?lternattng with low besketa filled
with deep ptok chry?anth?*num?.
Tb? receiving party stood on a wide
nd carpet oa the gallery on the
north side of tha hall. Th? guasta
were announced to the Vio? Presi
dent by a naval, officer ?who tn turn
Introduced them to tha prince. Ite
made a very boyish looking figure in
hi? evening clothss, wtth several
decorations on the lapel. He grasped
each guest by the hand and spoke a
few words with each, amlllng all th?
time Som? of tb? guests returned
hi? greeting with courtesy, other?
with lust a bow.. Mrs. Lansing stood
oa th? prince's left in the receiving
party line while the British Ambas
sador. Viscount Orey. was on her left
and Secretary Lansing next to him.
The member? of-the prince'? staff
stood Just behind the receiving line.
Practically all of the roembers of
the diplomatic corpa, with their wives
and othar members of their families,
stood in *a group Just beyond the re
ceiving Une and nodded to their friend?
as they passed Just to the left of
the receiving party, among othera,
were th? Spanish Ambassador and
Mme. Rla.no. the Minister of th? Serbs.
Croata and Slovenes and Mme.
Grouitch, the Ambassador from Chile
and Mme. Mathleu and their guests.
Mme. Domingo da Gana and the
Misses da Gena; the Minleter from
Denmark. Constantin Brun: the Am
bassador from Argentina and Mme. Le
Breton and their niece, Mia? Talo veras;
the Charge d'Affaire? from th? Lega
tion of Uruguay and Mme. Hugo de
Pena, the Charge d'Affaires from the
Legation of Panama. J. E. Lefevre
and Miss Ramona Lefevre.
All of the members of both houses
of Congress. wltH their families, were
there; also the Cabinet officers and
their wives, all of the officials of the
State Department and the cream or
Washington .resident society. Some of
those in tire distinguished company
were the Speaker of the House and
Mrs. Frederick Oillstt. Ma). Oen. and
Mrs. George Barnett. Mr. and Mrs.
Julian Boiling, Mr?. Borden Harriman
and her daughter, Mra. Russen, the
Misses Patten. Mrs. Henry C. Corbln.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tuckerman. MT.
and Mrs. Charles Wilson. Ralph
Snowden Hill, Mrs. Henry Wilson and
Misa Ruth Wilson. Mr. and, Mrs.
Thomas F. Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Bennett, Mr. ?nd Mrs. Claude Lang
lais. MT. and Mrs Max Kauffmann,
Mra. Charlea Bell. Mr?. Archibald
Hopkins. Judge and Mrs. C. C.
MeChord, Mr. and Mra. i'.eorge La
Roy Boyle. Mis? Carolin? N??h.
Mlas Ruth Hitchcock. Herbert
Hengsler, Miss Bessie Hlckey, Harry
Hlckey, Mrs. Alexander Chambers,
Gen. and Mra. Cornelius Vanderbllt.
Mr. and Mrs. Hight. Miss Mabel
Roardman. Senator and Mrs. Peter
G. Garry. Mr. and Mr?. Arthur
Browne. Assistant Attorney General
and Mrs. Charles Warren, Mrs.
James McDonald, Arthur Bradley
Campbell., Mrs. William Miller Gra
ham and Miss G?raldine Graham.
Miss Marie Sims, Commissioner and
Mrs. Louis Brownlow. Mrs. Charles
Boughton Wood. Miss Edith Morgan,
the Misses Hosr. James Young, MaJ.
Raymond Pullman. Mr. and Mrs. Gil
bert Grosvenor, Col. and Mrs. Charlea
Kuts. Miss Eleanor Waters. Mr?
Jam?? Carroll Frazer. Mr?. William
la, Marshall. Mra. J. H. Knapp. Mrs.
Alexander C. King. Miss Louis?
Delano. Miss Lester. Mr. and Mrs.
Ivan Nevlus. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Ilamlln and Miss Anna Hamlin. Mrs.
Poe Whiten Mr. and Mr?. Ira C
Copley. Mrs. Thoma? F. Walah. Mrs.
Julian Jame?. Mrs. John Allan Dough
erty. Jack Wiley. Miss" Agnes Hart
Wilson. Mis? Cora Barry. Basil Miles.
ABOUT GOOD BREAD
Good bread i? just ss necessary to the hard
working, man at food oil to a machine.
Bread U the food for health. Alwaya a
welcome addition to your table?alway? whole
some. The stored-up energy of the au t am ?
wheat Bold?, the goodness of rich, pure milk,
the sweetness of cane sugar?theae go into every
loaf of /
Old Mammy's Rice Bread
Three Sizes At Your Grocer'?
WHITE CBOSS BAKERY
The average butines? woman haa. a pretty
hard time looking neat and trim in her office
and not wearing out her clothes fcefore the
season is well begun.
It seems that suits and dresses just will
? get shiny, no matter how careful you are. but
there is a way to remedy this. Odd as it may
seem, many men are more particular about
such things than women anil a newspaper
thrown ?ver the back of a (hair is not an acci
dent, it is put the? e to protect the back of
the coat. ' ? .
Felt pads may be procured at a reasonable price for use in
* chair and many find black aprons serviceable,'especially if their
work is with papar and books or other linty, dusty objects.
Collars and cuffs soil easily and make an otherwise trite
dress appear at its worst. Dainty organdie and lace sets can
be purchased or made, which can be worn over the dress and
laundered in a very few minutes.
Spots when attended to at opee generally lend to treatment
and vanish with little trouble, l'or that reason, it is advisable
to keep a very small bottle of cleaning fluid in your desk for
Wae It Met
D?? MJaa Lea: 1 ac-Uee as arti?? la I*-*.'
aalsma oa etmaamptt 11 Ornami Mlaa ? Yum
aossw* to tha -rirl that aha (?mat the bo- ?bi?
??"Sid ?-?*?? with hw rer airc-MU? tw ras?
?on. I writ? banutaa I thin? that poaiUr I
aa "lh? bos" re/erraej ta. a? this cam Is alai
lar te, cea I had arlth a Mlaa K. I? as sea.
Misa ?. aaads ? rem??? that ? did not Ilka.
which ?ipiataa th. rasara of tar aaaat-t in
eUasa-aca I thin? tf th. girl -arad anoiurh fur
lam roane mea aha would at lea?* tall him on
the WI44J?WI to a? if aajthlag was tka ???
If you ar? th? boy Ml?? ? r?
r?rred to, which 1? barely poaaibje.
I think th? boy wa? In the wrong,
but my auggeatlon waa that the
girl lnt?reat herself In aomeone
el??, not that alia neeeaaarily for?
get her former friend?that would
reat with the girl, wjio could not be
Influenced by my auggeatlon*. If
your friend said something that you
Mr. and Mrs. Nawbold Nove* Lady
Johnstona of England. Mr. and Mra.
Henry Getty Chllton end Mr. and
Mr?. Earl Godwin.
Th? Prlno? of Wale? attended
several llttl? inform?! tea parties
ye?t?rday afternoon. He called
upon Mra Georgs Dewey, who had
a few gueats to mast him. Includ
ing Rear Admiral Sir Lionel Hal
say, Rsar Admiral Albert Nlblaek.
Secretary of tha Navy and Mr?.
Daniel?, Paymaster Genere! Samuel
McGowan and Com. P. W. Foote.
Mr?. Dawey wae especially Inter
ested in meeting Re?r Admiral Hal
?ey aa he knew Admiral Dewey.
He waa with the Brltlah naval
force which arrived at Manila Bay
after the famous battle there and
became at that timo -let-aonajly ac
quainted with Admiral Dewey. Ad
miral Halsey was alio ?? the staff
of Admiral Jelllcoe In the naval
battle uf Jutland.
From the home of Mrs. Dewey the
prince and his party went to the
Dupont Circle residence of Mi. ?nd
Mrs. Joseph L-eiter. where he was
entertained Informally at a tea
dance. AVlarge number of youn-r
girls, debutantes of this season und
last, were asked to meet him. among
tham Miss Nancy Lane, the Misses
Hoar. Miss Mildred Bromwell. Miss
Mlllcent Rogers, Mrs. R?ssel, for
merly Miss Ethel Harrlman; Mar
garet Harding, and others. The
prince danced every dance.
Earlier in the day the French ???
b?a?*dor and Mme. Jusserand enter
tained at luncheon for the prince.
Those asked to meet him were the
Vice President, Mrs. Frederick Gil
lett. Secretary and Mrs. Lansing.
Viscount Grey, Representative and
Mrs. Nicholas Long-worth. Assistent
Secretary and Mrs. Phillips, Rear
?Admiral and Mrs. Cary T. Grayson.
'Gen. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbllt.
Iaieut. Col. Platt Andrews. Sir God
frey Thomas, Miss Margaret Wilson,
Miss Louisa Hoar, Miss Nancy Lane.
Count de Sartlges and MaJ. and Mrs.
When the prince came out of the
Embassy after luncheon he found all
the students of Fairmont Seminary
waiting for a sight of htm. When
they greeted him he stopped and
shook them all by the hand, holding
an Impromptu reception right there
on the side walk.
This afternoon the prince will visit
Mt. Vernon, after which he will take
tea at the White House when It Is
expected he will see the President. He
will dine tonight at the British Em
bassy. A small reception will follow
It ia rumored that the prince and
his party will go to White Sulphur
Springs for the week-end.. His
grandfather, the late King Edward,
j visited that famous resort when he
I came to the United States about sixty
; years ago. A large party of young
people are planning to go to White
Sulphur also for the week-end.
Mrs. Wilson, wife of the Presi
dent, took a short automobile ride
alone yesterday afternoon.
The former united States Ambas
I sa*dor to Italy and Mrs. Thoma? Nel
son Page are at the Shoreham.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Davis en
tertained at dinner last night, the
party attending later the reception
at the Library of Congress for the
Prince of Wales.
Mr. and Mra. Preston Gibson, who
are spending a few day? st the Com
j modore Hotel In New York, will
?eave thi? week" for the country place
! which they have leased for the fall
? the Catsklll?.
Representative and Mrs. John F.
'Miller entertained at dinner at
Rauscher?. Tuesday evening. In the
party were Mr?. Miller's sister. Mrs.
?Patterson: Col. McAlexander. Col.
.Munson. Col. and Mrs. T. G. Donald
son and Miss Harriet Kern.
I tatTirCHKOlV PARTY
I AT CAFE ST. MARKS.
?Mrs. J M. Young entertained at
! a luncheon of eight covers at the
thought unkind, or If ah? made a
remarli which you did net think
proper, you ?hould have been frank
about It and told her how you felt.
Hiving her a ohanee to espiala. It
1? not a girl*? place to cell a man
on the telephone, and certainly not
under ?The condition? you mention.
r-ww Mia? Ua: Are than aar aoheoiB el
ataatoa-iaiair for ? ****** ?mj?l u? *w lot
-I. IN -? ?
If you will furnlah ne with a
?tamped, ?elt-addroaaod envelope I
will he triad to give you the Infor?
Cafe St. Mark? yesterday.
Mra Peter O. Oerry and Mra. Mc
Kenna Pult? will go to White ?Sul
phur Springs on November It to
make ar extended ?tay.
Mr. and Mr?. ueorge T. Worth
Ingtun. Jr., are receiving congratu
lation? on the birth nf a daughter
recently. Mr?. Worthlngton waa I
formerly Adele Waterman.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Curry, of Rich
mone?, have bought the house at
1738 ? ?treet, formerly occupied by
Mr. and Mrs. Richardson Gibson.
Russell W. Montagu? and hi?
daughter. Miss Margaret Prescott j
Montami?*, the authoress, of Oak
hurst, at White Sulphur Spring?.
will start this week for Washing- '
ton. They will go to Boston for
Mr?. Adolph Caspar Miller has
let-urned to Washington from a
visit tn Mra. William Phillip.? at
North Beverly. Maw?. Mrs. Phillips
came back with Mrs. Miller and
ha? joined Mr. Phillips st Wardman
Park Hotel. ,
Count Paolo Caselli, of Rome, wrho
is in Washington on a sp-cl?! diplo
matic mission, will Join hla slster-ln
law. Mrs. Richard P. Crump at her
plantation at Nitta Turna. Mr?.
Crump I? now In Sew York.
MRU. W. r. R. RITT
AT WRITE Sll.PIIVH.
Mr?. William F. R Hitt will go to
White Sulphur eprtngs next week to
remain until after Thanksgiving.
Mra. Oeorge Richard Smith gave a
luncheon yesterday In honor of 'Mra.
William Crawford Gorga?, and had
aa her guests Mme. Calder?n. Mrs.
John P. ShaTroth, Mr?. Howard Suth
erland, Mr?. Cliarle? B. Drake, Mrs.
Hannls Taylor. Mrs. Percy Quina,
Mr?. Victor KaurTman, Mr?. 8. C.
Major, Mrs. Tom Williams, Mrs. John
Walker Holcomh. -Mrs Oalllard and
Remore Root* at Well
A? Surface Hair*
(SeairthlBK New *** Different).
Iti? chrmiat rrho t*??--o-ra?wd the remarkable
I air rlrwrcrnn? propmira ef phatactine has con.
ferrea ? rniuine bleBBtnc upon ? nuirutude of
w-canen. This ircullar eutwtanm ?raro? te par*.
trat? anr] ?Tirina UP the bail? to whli-h It la ap?
Idled, right ?rrnn to their mo*??ajwl the?? hair?
cooir out ?ar? ?aaailr ?nd qiik-kl?, mot? ?rad ?li.
before on?'a wary ere?!
Phrraclliie 1? parfectJr odorlu??, oon-!TT*t?1ln?,
nrm r?THtono?-a~? child could ?at it without tra?
leaet hann. Not to hw craaraarea at all with dw?
piUtortw or ?rrctrolral. It 'Barra the akin ao
?oft. euooth and halrl??. no on? ?rould ri*wa
?on ?ter ruad a ?awitarh? or other hair?
?rowth. II ??a will ootajti ? atlck of phelactine
trota your drusrl.t tan follow the suBpae la*
Mructlooa. rou wilt certain!? tea "aaorw than
WHAFSTHIS? Abont Gray Hak
Moat remarkable resulta obtained.
A Hingle application of Scheffler's
Half Colorine restores original
color. If you don't find this true
you pay nothing. Colorine Is abso
lutely harmless. Kot sticky or dirty.
Used for SO y?-ars. Recommended by
best hair apeclallsts.
$5.00 and $7.50
513 Thirteenth St. N. W.
If you want something fine try
Golden & Company
S"? w.*?"?! ?***** Wln.to?., Ifra.
Elisabeth Treaieett aad MI?? Lucili?
Claire Smith, daughter? of Mrs.
??veral part?a? hav* been planned
for Lord and* Lady Swaythling Ot
England, who win be th? waafe-aad
guasta of Admiral and Mrs. Sima, in
Nawport. They will give a dinne- in
thalr honor thi? ?v?nlng uur
guests will attend the officers- dance
at the Naval Training Station. To
raoiTOW afternoon UeuL-Comdr and
Mra. W. AUee Edward? will give a
tea In honor of the -lettor?.
Martin Rlchardaon. th? tenor. h?a 1
returned ta Washington.
Mrs. Franklin K. Laa?. Mr?. Mah
lon Pltasy and Mra Frederick H.
OilUtt will ba host aaa?? on Satur
day evening (or th? first or tha two
dances which ar? to b?. given at the
Montgomery Country Cluh (or the
baneflt of th? Working Boys- Home.
A numbar of dinner parti?? have
been arranged to preced? the danee.
among those who. wtt] entertain
guasta at dinner being Cot. Carpen
ter, Mr. and Mrs, Franklin Ellis. I
Mr. and Mrs. Lanlsr Wlaalow, and |
Comdr. and Mra Raymond Rog
ara Thee?.will alao ba an Interest
ing Dutch treat dinner at which ai
number of prominant peopl? will be
guests. The ?econd danc? will bei
given oa Saturday evening, Novem
_ _ "?*?*?**
or err r.
Mr. and Mra. John R. Drydsn. of
Seranton. Pa. who war? at th?
Whit? Sulphur Spring?, hav? comt
oojrnKceD on raoc tw-qlv*
By HOWARD R. CAKI?.
(Copyright. HI?. Th? McClur?
Oh. I know what I can do!** aald
Unc?s Wlgglly. 'Th? snow t-s ?oft
?nd sticky. It will be vary easy th
make a big ball by atarting with a
small on? and rolling It around tn
th? woods. I'll do It! That will be
my surprl?? for Jackie, whan he
come? out of school.*
No sooner eald than dona Uncle
Wlgglly made a snowball about a?
lai go as his head, lie started roll
ing It In the soft and sticky ?now,
and ?very where the snowball waa I
rolled It picked up more ?now. which
atuc-k to It
Finally, the ball was twice a? I
larga as the bunny, end it wee ?111
he oould do to puah It along.
"I'll roll It to th? top of the hill]
?tier? 1 in.id? the ?llppery alide." |
thought the bunny.
The white snowball grew even I
larger as Uncle Wiggily rolled It to
the top or the hill. There the bunny j
stopped to rest for a moment. Be
low, at the bottom of the hill, was
the hollow stump ?elioni, with the
?nlmd boy? and girls inside, wait
ing for recess.
Pretty soon, as Uncle Wiggily
stood near the big snowball at the
top of the hill, the bell rang. Out
trooped tbe children, the lady mou??
t???. her snd all.
"Oh. look at Uncle Wiggily ... big
snowball!" barked Jackie. And then.
Juat In fun. Jackie threw a little
snowhsll at the rabbit gentleman.
Wlgglly laughed, and dodged and
twisted to one side. As be did so
he happened to give the big ?now
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Shoes at a
It is probably the best shoe you can get today for the price?
We would have to pay as much for them wholesale today. But
we bought them in order to give you good values; and here they
are for the modest price of $11?
Smart English Narro-iv-toecl Shoe ef the best
grade calfskin; heavy white oak leather ?ole.
Another retaini the Engluh lines, but i? *
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Norwegian grain leather of acxptional body.
mad* on timulated brog-uc last; ?e*ing tip. A
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Two model? in Black Gun Metal Calfskin are
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Fire very popular ?-trie? m Black and T?n Calf ?kin for tbe sOaotAboy ***** wears a
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Men's Store?First floor. G Street
ball a ?hove, and down thr bill It
rolled. Faster and faster tt went.
"Look out. children!" cried fhe
lady mouse teacher.
The animal boy? and (Irla Jumped,
leaped and acramblr-d out of the
w?y. and what do you think the bis
snowball did? Why. It rolled Hunt
Into th? doorway of the school, and
there it stuck. And the ball was ?o
bla that It took the rat janitor all
tha rait of th? day to ?hovel It
away. So neither the lady mou??
teacher nor tha children could cet
back In ?chool to ?tudy their les
sons. And weren't those children
sorry ? Oh, my. yes!
And after Uncle Wle-rHy*? bla
snowball wa? dus; away, which wa?
too late for any more ?chool that
day, Jackie barked t
Are you ?oin? to make another I "J E,t\SS '?? '?. ttJE ?L
one tomorrow. Uncle tVI?rllv?" *eu "V*. ?bo,rt Vbc" *'**"* ?"?
? tne painter.
Thr? bunny gentleman and he ?
iruesaed not. And If the croquet ball
d'wun't roll over th? parlor rue
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shaving brush, tooth paste, manicuring
set, metal mirror, bottle, tooth. CO 7
brush and case. m*4st
Black Leather Dressing Case, con
sisting of a beveled glass mirror, nail -
file, scissors, ebony-back military brush,
soap case, comb, shaving soap, C14
toothbrush and c.a?e. w* ?
Separate Pieces and Sets
8-piece set?, in several
14-piece seta, in several
Hair Brushes, $5, $7.50, and Sic
Colonial Ivory Combs, 25c. 50c. $1,
$1.15. and |a.
Colonial Ivory Mirrors in various
styles. $4. $4-50, and $6.50.
Colonial Ivory Nail Buffers, 6-in.,
from one to $s.
Colonial Ivory Nail Files. Button
hooks and Shoe Horns, 35c each.
Colonial Ivory Desk Sets
Pad 16x21 inches, together with
Colonial Ivory Clocks
$5.00 $6.50 " $9.00
DIARIES FOR 1920
Are Kew ? Dfaplay
Early inspection ia cordially in
vited of the specimen carde, no#
on display In our Stationery De
ORDER NOW IF POSSIBLE
In virtually every style and
leather made, and in many
Each represents the maxi
mum value for the price.
$9 to $30
Ladies' Pigskin Traveling Case, fitted
with French ; ? ??*,,backed hair brushy
clothe*? brush, button hook, comb, nail
lile, bottle for srielling ?alts, soap
case, hairpin holder, tooth
brush and case.
Compact 15-Piecr Gentlemen's Tourist
Case, containing a stiff bristle, eboi *v
military brush, con'b. soap .ase, r I
file, scissors, cut:*:!?- clippe??, but' in
book, two glass container*, shas a*
soap, place for raro*, tooth - owdcr. 1*.
cum powder, shavi: ? brus.i, (D
toothbrush and case. ajlte
Black Leather Tourist Case rontain
ing two solid-back ebony military
brushes, comb, toothbrush and casi,
jnctal mirror, soap bea, shaving *-oa* .
shaving brush, talcum pow
der, bottle and aaii file.
and Muff Purses
Chiffon Velvet Shopping Bag, nine
inches deep, trimmed with fine mirror
and swinging inside pocket and fancy
silk linings. This comes in black, navy,
taupe and brown and has the CIA
newest special snap lop. ^1"
A Long Graceful Muff Purse made of
goat leather. Seal trimmed with lop
strap, inside overlapping frame and fn?*
i*>hed with a separate mirror rfr-7
purse; bag lined with fine moire. F*
A Pouchy Black Morocco Big trim
med with mirror and purse lioed with
fine moire silk. One of tbe laew at?.
shapes so popular this y<**ar_ emXl
First-Aid Emergency Cate
Equipped with absorbent cotton,
finger gauze bandages, adhesive
plaster, salve containers, satety
pins, court plaster, mustard plas
ter, scissors, nippers *P<? fit
and 5 glass 1?ttles. *We?lv
R. P. Andrews Paper Co.
727-731 Thirteenth Street
Branches in Norfolk, Va., and York, Pa.