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THE WASHINGTON TDFES, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1019..
Applying This Paste
Actually Removes Hairs
Merely applying an Inexpensive
paste to a hairy surface, say beauty
specialists, wljl dissolve the hairs. This
paste Is made by mixta? a little water
with some powdered delatone; after
about 2 minutes It is rubbed off and
the skin washed. This simple method
not only removes every trace of hair,
but leaves the skin free from. blemish.
To Insure succe&s with this treatment,
be careful to get real delatone
BY Afflf D PLAY
KANSAS CITT, Mo., April 1.
"you can't always tell the mothers
from the daughters." says It. B. Cook,
superintendent of recreation of the
board of public welfare.
Mr. Cook was inspecting a public
dance when he saw a young woman
t"ancing. The law prohibits girls
under seventeen from dancing a pub
lic dame. Cnlllng her aside he in
formed her of the rule.
"Let me show you something. Mr.
Cook." was her answer. Taking him
to a corner of the hall. whcre.Aw
children were playing, she said: The
older Is eight years old. He Is caring
for 'his younger brother. Come here,
John." , .
"Yes. mother." replied John lr an
"Scuse me," muttered Mr. Cook as
he backed away.
"But how is a man to juage ai,eh
HAPPENINGS IN SOClETY
Dance at Club de Vingt Gala Event Brilliant Dinner
Parties Lord and Lady Reading Feted
ITH two or three important dln-
uer parties on the calendar
Ulld a dellB-htful dnnnr- At the
Club de VIngt. last evening was quite
a gay One. Thn 'Rrltlc.V. AmVineealn,-
mw w" '... 1-1 1 . nA 1... r . -.----.-.....
with all these short skirts ana ouuueu t .vi ,.; youniess or Reading were the
hair?" mused Mr. Cook as he walked guests for whom Mrs. Henry F. Dim-
away. "- "" uunea ana the company to
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The Women's Store
1107-1109 G St.
A Remarkable Sale of
Smart Spring Suits
You women who think it is necessary to
pay fancy prices to get a good suit should
see this special.
Nowhere in this city can be found such
a big assortment of exclusively designed
Easter Suits at a popular price.
Each and every suit has its own individ
ual merits all uncommon and all strik
ing some because of their simplicity and
tailored effects, others because of becom
New Blcuse Suits
New Belted Suits
New Flare Suits
Braid Trimmed Suits
Smart Box Suits
Fine Serge Suits
English Tweed Suits Poplin Suits
Smart New.Dplman Coats and Capes
They are prescribed by Fashion for spring wear. Their wide, graceful
9Q.50 modish lines are one of Fashion's most favored styles. Our display of
J "Dolman" Coats and Capes is complete. It would be a pleasure to show
them to you.
" jwwj'unwnws'jiKr V-ii'ViS""'! VMi!TKL-3rTSKr cic r1" rjTaiirrl'waji jcwdfc!
-r" j." tupi 3mwi sr . .niu.n..- li
are you sure
he has a father ?
Will Fathers Never Learn?" is a simple unvarnished
confession of what happened to a boy and why No parent
can afford to miss this boy's startling disclosures, which
picture the risks that may come to your own children.
Mothers do not know; they do not suspect Fathers know;
but they forget Read this true and pathetic narration to
night And then get your husband to read it
Will the woman of the future
want to be a mother? is one of
the questions asked and an
swered by W. L. George in
"Women and the New Society."
"Thirst," a masterpiece by Ida
A. R. Wylie, gives a vivid
glmpse of Russia.
Then there are stories by
Kathleen Norris, Jennette Lee,
Rebecca Hooper Ear-tman; more
of those powerful serials, "The
River's End" by James Oliver
Curwood, and "The Web of the
Spider" by Arthur Somers
Good Housekeeping Institute
contains countless suggestions;
among them "Time-Saving
Meals" and "The Secret of the
Successful Small Roast." There
are 17 pages of Spring Fashions
64 individual sketches of suits,
blouses, dresses, etc., showing
the very latest modes. Astound
ing value get it today.
Another thing every advertisement in Good Housekrp
ing ts guaranteed Every food product ts tested by our
Bureau of Foods Sanitation and Health every hous-hnld
appliance ts tried out by Good Housekeeping Institute.
Think what this a icons to you.
OUT TODAY AT YOUR NEWSDEALER'S 25 CENTS
o.issacior .to France and Mrs. Hugh
vallace, Mme. Sulzer. wife of the
fawiss Minister., and Mr. and Mrs. Wat-
, rous, of New York, who arrived yes-
, lerday to visit Mrs. Dltnock.
The Japanese Ambassador and Vls
j countess Tshil were also hosts at din
ner lait evening, entertaining a dis-
, tlngulshcd little com nun v of m.n
jiunong the guests were the Minister
( of Ecuador. Dr. Don Itafael Ellzalde:
. Don Joaquin E. Cordova, second sec
retary of tho legation of Ecuador; Mr.
Dp.hnnlii fv. CI.1.....1 j .. ...
----? uimuiun una or. i OKaia,
-HI of the Japanese embassy start".
The dance at the Club de VIngt was
tiie first of a series to be given under
the direction of MS3 Newlln, for the
beneilt of the Free Milk for France
Fund and was an unusimliv hriiimnt
, and enjoyable function. The club was
transformed Into an apple orchard,
with quantities of Dorothy Perkins
rosee, marguerites, azaleas, narcissi
and tulips in hanging baskets to give
a note of spring.
Debutantes Welcome Gueata.
Tho arriving guests were welcomed
by MIsb Mildred Cromwell, Miss Olyve
: Graef, Miss Polly Brooks, Miss Minna
oiair and Miss Betty Burnett. Among
ihose present were the Third Assistant
ftecrotary of State and Mrs. Flreekln
ridge Long, wh.o brought their dinner
uucsio; ajrs. ueios JJIougett, who was
also hostess at dinner before the
dance; the Assistant Secretary of the
Navy and Mrs. Franklin D. 'Roosevelt,
Mr. and Mrs. Larz Anderson, Mr. and
Mrs. Loula Titus, Mr. and Mrs. Lanier
Winslow, Mr. and Mr. Don Chlshoim.
Lieut, and Mme. Randolph Santlni,
Major and Mrs. Edgar Munson. Mrs.
lilalne Elklns, Mrs. Edwin Brooks and
ner daughter. Miss Genevieve Brooks;
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gambrlll. Judge
and Mrs. Sidney Ballou, Dr. and Mme.
George N. Poulleff. of the Bulgarian
legation, and Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth.
Others noted were Major and Mrs
Adams. Major Mlddleton, Algernon
Jreig, of the British embassy; Capt.
vllan Pendleton, Major and Mrs. Ste
phen Heckscher., of Philadelphia;
-ieut. John Temple Graves, jr.: Corn
nander Yoshitakc Uycda, Capt. Ar
thur Rodman Townsend, Lieutenant
-Slade, Lieut. George Eadie, Mr.
Hems'tird and Mr. Zimmerman, of the
Netherlands legation; DukedeSangro
xnd Mr. Celesia de yegliasco, of the
Italian legation; Dr. Demetrle Pert
.off, of the Russian embassy; Colo
.iel Lindsey, Charles Noble Gregory,
Captain Pierson and Lieutenant
Jul-ns. who were guests of Captain
and Mrs. Fraser; Capt. G. De F. Lar
icr. Major Theodore Low. Col. Robert
;. Paxton. Charles Richardson. Maj.
Jen. James D. McLachlan. of the
British embassy; Dr. Thomas L. Lee,
Ilsu r"arolyn Nash. Miss Nancy
ane. Miss Frances Hampson, Miss
izabcth Heath, Mrs. hoetel, Miss
'atharine Foss. Miss Enid Sims, Miss
'hompson, of Milwaukee; Miss Anna
lamlin, Lieutenant Montgomery, and
. great, many others.
Ml Nenlln'ii Dinner.
Miss Newlln gave a dinner party
akiug her guests later to the dance,
.nd had with her Mr. and Mrs. Henry
WrlKht. or Philadelphia; Miss
utli Wilson. Miss Lydla DeFord, of
.ultimorc; M.ss Klsi: Archibald, who
s Visiting her aunt Mrs. George
Uhle; Count Nils Rosen, Count Goran
tosnn, Richard Flournoy, Dr. Tom
,'illiam.s, Mr. Lefevre, Commander
harlcs Theodore Jewell, and William
.jwie Clarke. The guests were cele
brating the birthday of Mr. Clarke,
o whose work much of the success
t the dance was due.
To Lrnre Cnpltal.
Mme. de Riano. wife of the Span
A Ambassador, will leave Wasl
njrton on Thursday to stay with hei
unts, the Misses Foster, in Hartford
jnn. She will return to Washing
jn at Easter.
Hnry P. Fletcher, American am
ssador to Mexico, will be the honoi
test at the luncheon which J. E. Lc
vre, charge d'affaires of Panama
. ill give tomorrow at the Short
im. On the return of the Minister 01
cnezuela. Dr. Doinlnicl, from Atlan
c City, where he I making a brie
ay, Mr. Lffevru will give a. lun
.luon in his honor.
rhe recess appointment of Rober
Hand, if Miyj-issippi, to be As
3tant Treajsurer of the Unite
ates, hits been announced. Mt
and will succeed the late Georg
Tt, who died recently.
The marriage of Miss Grace Need
:im. daughter of Prof. Charles Willi
cedli.itn, and Jcseph I'ogue, formerl:
i" Raliiigh. N. (., will take place 01
hursday. April 17. at noon at the
i.ino of th bride. lisOO Phelps place.
Thre will be no attendants, and
nly members of the immediate faml
ts of the brldr fml bridegroom and
few close fif-nds will witness th
remjny. An informal breakfast wll
How. On th"ir return trmn thci
adding trip Mr. Pugu. and his bride
pect to make f'eir h-me in Wash
ton He J.i nt i)r"Mnt connected
th the FtJl Ai!ivini?tratinn.
Vo formal announcr incnt of the en
gement -f Miss Necilham and M
gue has lier'tifire been made, and
o m-ws of their approaching mar
age will come as a surprise to ai'
but their most Intimate friends. Miss
Needham, who has a wide circle of
friends in Washlngjop. has been prorol
i-ently identified with the wdrk of the
National Wpman's Party. Her father
was at one time president of George
The last of tho Tuesday evening
indoor rides at tho Riding and Hunt
Club, which have been such a pop
ular feature of the program of that
organization, will take place tonight
n the clubhouse. Hereafter club
members will meet at the clubhouse
at 4:45 o'clock each" Tuesday after
noon for an outdoor ride, followed
by tea at the clubhouse.
A paper chase will be held on Sat
urday afternoon, followed by an In
formal supper at which Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Davles will be hosts, end on
Friday there will be a ride 'and a
picnic for the children belonging to
Ml3s Annette Sheldon, the guest of
Miss Helen Blodgetl, who had In
tended i'o return to her home in De
troit, today has extended her visit a
week longer. Ml Pauline Gates, of
Plalnfleld, N. J., who was with Miss
PlodgetCfor a few days, returned to
her home last Saturday.
A' number of theater parties have
been planned for Miss Sheldon during
the coming week.
Mrs. Charles Gray Matthews, who
has been spending the winter tnonths
with her sister. Mrs. Porcjier, In
Cocoa. Fla., has returned to Washing
ton, and' -fa will hr sister, Mrs. Delos
Blodgetl. where she makes her hpmc
Miss Mona Blo'dgett, who has been
recovering from an operation for ap
rendlojtis, returned to her home
from the hospital Sunday and Is rap
Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Hoffman,
who spent last winter1 In Washington,
are In New York with Mr. Hoffman's
mother and father, Mr. and Mr.
Francis Burr-all Hoffman. Mr. and
Mrs. Hoffman entertained at dinner
Inst night at their home in East
Lady Carden. wife of the late Brit
ish Ambassador to Mexico' and Gaute
mala, has arrived In New York from
London and is the guest of her
brother. Robert Lefferts, at tho Van
Mr. and tMrs. Jerome Bonaparte arc
in New York and are stayfng at the
Mrs. William Sims and her children
have gone to New York from New
port to meet Vice Admiral Sl.ns, who
is expected to arrive on Thursday on
Mme. Zaldlvar, wife of the minis
ter of Salvador, has loaned her resi
dence, 1722 Massachusetts avenue, for
an exhibition of the work of Count
esa Korzybski (Mira Edgerly), fam
ous painter of portraits on Ivory. Yes
terday afternoon Mme. Zaldlvar en
tertained informally at tea, her
gue8ts being asked especially to view
the exhibition, and the portraits will
be shown each day for a week.
Countess Korzybski, who has de
veloped something quite new and
very lovely In the art of portraiture,
has painted scores of notables of the
Old World and the New. and many
of the best examples of her work uro
included in the present collection.
mong the most Interesting are a
newly completed portrait of Mme.
Zaldlvar, a charming likeness of Mrs.
wolvllle Barclay, wife of the coun-j
selor of the British embassy: por-
trtaits of Mrs. Edward Beale McLean,'
A-lth her children; of Mrs. Joseph Lel
cr and of the three L'eter children; '
it Mrs. John Ballentine Pitney and
ter small son, of the Countess of
urzon, of Miss Maxine Elliott, and
Ilss Elsie DeW Ife.
In February the artist held an ex
hibition of her work at the home of
Capt. and Mrs. Perry Belmont, and
it was while this was In progress that
her marriage to Count Alfred de
ikarbek Korzybski, a staff officer
f the Polish army, took place. He
md his bride are leaving Waehlng-
.on within the next month or six
veeks for his states In Poland, and
this is the last opportunity that
"ountess Korzybskl's admirers will
lave to view her work.
The Attorney General and Mrs. A.
litchell Palmer dined last night with
Tr. and Mrs. George E. Hamilton.
Carolina last Monday, after seven
months' duty in France. Mrs. flor-
den went to meet him and they re-
turned to Washington Wednesday.'
Today they left for Atlantic City to
spend a week before taking, posses
sion of their apartment, at 131C New
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Levis. 1528
Twenty-ninth street, announce the
marriage of their daughter, Miss Lil
lian Levis, and Lester C. Pate, son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pate, yesterday at
noon at St Paul's (Episcopal Church.
The ceremony was very quiet and was
attended only by the family. The
biide. who was unattended, wore a
smart traveling euit of dark blue and
a small hat to match. She carried a
bououet of orchids. W. A. Pate, jr..
brother of the bridegroom, was best
man. Mr. and Mrs. Pate will be at
home after April 13 at Alta Vhita,
near Bethesda, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Scott
and Miss Isabelle Scott entertained at
dinner last evening at the Cafe St.
Marks.- There "were covers for six
teen, the guests including Mr. and
Mrs. T. N. Strother, of Baltimore, and
their daughters., the Misses Emily.,
Therese. and JEHse Sti other: Mrs.
Henry Corbln. John Skelton Williams.
Lieut. Douglas Crane, nance of Miss
Emily Strother: Foster Williams, of
Baltimore; Mr. Richardson, of- Balti
more; Lieutenant Dunham, a"nd Major
A card party Will be given by the
Mary. Washington Chapter. D. A. R..
for'patrlotlc work at the Roch3mbeau
on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
The hostesses will be Miss Dorinda E.
Rogers, Miss Virginia Miller and Mr.".
Charles R. Davis.
Mrs; Bryan McBrfde Caples, of
Waukesha. Wis., will speak on t e
romantic hlBtory of Versailles at the
meeting of the Anthony League. 2007
Colqmbia road, Wednesday afternoon,
at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. Lucy Page Stel'e
will render several musical selections.
The public is cordially Invited.
To Attend Y. W. C. A. Benefit.
Mme.. Cremer, wife of the minister
of the Netherlands; Mrs. Larz Ander
son, Mrs. A..C Downing, Mrs. Alex
ander Hunter Gait, Mrs. J. Ever! it.
Johnson, Miss Ledyard. Mrs. Junius
MacMurray and Mrs. Charles Bough
ton Wood are among the boxholders
for the benefit matinee which will uc
given for the Young Women's Chris-1
lian .Home on weanesnay aiiernoon,
April 23, at Crandall's Knickerbocker
Theater. Mrs. Johnson will also bo
hostess for a large party of men froai
the WuUpr Reed Hospital.
Regular price, Jtt.OO. Sale price, 81.05
Regular prlac, $4.00. Sale price, 52.93
Regular price, $5.00. Sale price. S3J)3
Regular price. $12.50. Sale price. SS.3S
Regular price, J20.00. Sale price. 1M0
DOTTED SWISS KIMONOS
Retrular orice. SG.50.
JSwI&g Sacks. J3.70.
Sale price, $4.00
Sale price. $2.00
Regular price. $1.00.
Regular price. $1.50.
Regular price. $2.00.
Sale price. SOr
Sale price, SI.04
Sale price, $1.31
Latest Styles In Back and Front
Lace Corsets. Fittings without
Any make of corsets cleaned and
repaired at reasonable prices.
Vernon Corset Shop
733 7th St.
Hair On Face
Orfifnarr hair growtha on fa
'reclc -.d arms aovu become eon.
und brlstlj irhen mereljr rttnov
rem r- narfoce of tbe IcLa. 1
nlr eurnpion-en tray to reir
bJectiuiiuM linlr la to nttaC .
inter tbo akin. Deillrncle,
rllnal annitary liquid does t-
Only arenolne DeHIraele ba -caoncy-baclc
trnarnntee In .
inckage. At toilet counter
Oe. fl and $2 !aea, or by
roa na la plain wrapper ou
PRE bonk " teattaonlo'
-'" nKhwit aqtborltle.
tna trhat ennaea hair, r
aaea nnd fanrr DeMlrnHi
icea It, tuollrd I plfiln
ttrlope on requeat. Delllravla
'nrk Ave. aaA 129th SU New York.
Col. and Mrs. John Temple Graves
tertained a company at dinner last
ening In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ard N. Hurley, who are In Wash-
.igton for the spring. The other
ists included Senator and Mrs.
bert L. Owen, Senator Key Pltt-
an. Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins. Mrs. T.
cWItt Talmagc. the Rev. and Mrs.
harle3 Wood, Miss Mildred Bromwell.
;encer Gordon, and Lieut. John Tem-
le Graves, Jr.. who has just returned
rom France, where he has been' for
ome months a military attache of the
Georgo Geoffroy. of the French
igh commission, who has taken a
omlnent pa-1 in Washington so
lely, has been transferred to the
ijsslon in Now York and will assume
"s new duties there today.
Miss Anne Morse, of Los Angeles.
ho has been the guest of Miss Myra
'organ, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
t-orgc Morgan, has returned to her
.hool at Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. Miss
forgan is spending her spring aca-
on from school at Hot Springs. Va..
lth her parents here. Mrs. Morgan
haperoned Miss Morgan and Miss
rorse to Annapolis for the Saturday
ight dance, returning here yesterday.
Mitchell To Give Rending.
Langdon E. MitcheM. well known
as a poet and playwright, is to giv
j reading at the George Wnsh'ingtm
"nlversity chapel tomorrow at 1:11
o'clock, to which the public is in
.-ited. Mr. Mitchell is the author of
several Volumes of poems as woll a
if numerous plays, the most note i
or which are. "Becky Sharp." an i
The New York Idea." Mr. Mitchell
s a man of letters by Inheritance as
.veil as by training. Ife is the sop
if the late Dr. S. Weir Mitchell, the
Mrs. John Floyd Waggaman. of
Vnnapolis and Washington, announce
the engagement of her dauphter-ln-
aw. Mrs. Henry Elliott Waggaman,
to W. Eben Burnside, of Silver City.
N. M. Mrs. Elliot Waggaman.
vhose home has bean In NewMexl-
o for some time, Is the guest of Mrs.
Vaggaman at har home in Annapolis.
laving been with Ijer for several
Major" Daniel Le Ray Borden ar
rived in New York, on tho North
LADIES! MET TO
Bring Back its Color and
Luster with Grandma's
Sage Tea Recipe.
Common carden sasre brewed into
a heavy tea, with sulphur ana alco
hol added, will turn gray, streaked
and faded hair beautifully dark and
luxuriant. Mixing the Sage Tea and
Sulphur recipe at home, though, is
roublesome. An easier way Is to
get the ready-to-use preparation, Ira
proved by the addition of other In
gredients, a large bottle, at little
rost, at drug stores, known as
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound." thus avoiding a lot of muss.
While gray, faded hair is not sin
ful, we all desire to retain our youth
ful appearance and attractiveness.
3y darkening your hair with Wyeth's
age and Sulphur Compound, no one
can tell, because It does it so nat
urully, so evenly. You Just damper
a sponsje or soft brush with U anrt
draw this through your hair, tak
ing one small strand at a time; .
morning all grav hairs hav d"-
peared. After another application
ir two your hair becomes beautifully
dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant and
vuu appear years younger.
Your own doctor will tell you that tha
nreinc misery of sore feet has an irri
tating effect on the nervous system, which,
of course, effects the fecial muscles and
vill eventually leave Its mark in the way
of wrinkles about the eyes, forehead and
mouth. End the foot misery and watch
the effect. You say "Sure, but how aceom-
Sish this!" Well, any druggist will tell yoa
ere U nothing to equal the Cal-o-cide foot
bath. In fact, its results are remarkable,
giving immediate relief from aching, burn
ing and perspiration. CsWo-cide costs only
a Quarter a package which also contains
little plasters which are said to remove tha
most stubborn com. It Is surely worth
trying, even for comfort.
J. ARTHUR McCONVIIXE
1st Violinist, Keith's Theater
Teacher of Violin
Special Attrn'lon to llrginnrr.
8ierlal Training for Orchestral Play
ing, .tddreii rare licltli'x Theater.
KcftldtQca phone ortli U13U.
"THE BUSY CORNER1 JENWUBEAT 8TH.ST
Open 9:15 A. M. Close 6:00 P. M.
Slip Over Sweaters
For Spring Wear
T """aTaVaaal a""-'' X
-To be worn in p'aU of a coat or
in be worn under the coat when a
ittle extra warmth is needed be
fore it is "warm enough to lay the
Wool Slip-Over Sweaters, with
tongwleeves, turn back cifffs, purl
ing at waist: Byron collar, open
to walt llQ BJid finished with
three buttons. The. colors, are
geranium, turquoise and -4Q ffpr
navy, at -- l-CrJ
Wool Slip-Over Sweater, in
fancy weave, with sailor collar,
urn back cuffs and fancy pocket:
:he collar and cuffs are trimmed
with contrasting color Another
style is in a plain weave, made
With turn-back cuffs. .Byron col
lar, which can be worn turned ap
high at the neck or open nearly
o the waist. Has three buttons
n front, and is shown in nv.
wistaria, turquoise, ger- 3A TA
anlura, navy and black, at vuf
Wool Slip-Over Sweater! some
ire maae jvitn sanor coiiar,. wi
shed with tassel, purled at. waist.
Another has a fancy stitched
voko and is laced -up tbe front;
purled at waist; has sailor collar.
3olors arp turquoise, American
Oeauty. peacock, navy fijpT flft
and buff, at &UJU
Wool Slip-Over Sweater, in
fancy weave, with Byron collar,
long sleeve, turn-back cuffs, purl
jd at waist. Colors are American
Beauty, turquoise, peacock and
tan. The collar is trimmed with a
contrasting color. These Q RA
Kami's Second Floor.
THE VOGUE FOR
THE FRILLED BLOUSES
GAINS STRENGTH DAILY
Some with ruffles around the neck,
others with the ruffles continuing
down the front, still others with ruf
TXcA nllnra in tho. hack." and round
neck front, with the front of the waist
jnanasomeiy emDroiaerea. inese em
broidered styles are particularly cnarm
ing with the new coat suits, and
answer for a vest.
The ruffles are in pointed scalloped
effects, straight style, some fine side
pleated, others small box-pleated ef
fects. Many of these blouses are ir
two-tone effects with the ruffle in one
color, with the edge of the other color.
ruffles, others one wide ruffle, and one pretty style has three
small ruiiies or vai. lace arouna tne nee.
TVir nn m.-mv tipw colors to select from, includine flame.
American beauty," henna, League bluer, sunset, gray, jC 7C
also flesh and white. All sizes to select from, at. .. ?
t - nv c -d Floor
TUB SILK BLOUSES, plain and striped effects, made in
tailored styles, most of them with the two-in-one (Jj f
llo. Af .. piF
Bargain Tables Street Floor.
An Important Special
Women's Swiss ribbed vests, low neck, sleeveless style, with
taped neck and arms; sizes 6" and 6; also bodice style, with tape
over shoulders, in sizes 7, 8 and 9. Special 194-
Wednesday at...' 2C
Kann's Street Floor.
Profit by the Big Savings in Ota
April Smallwares Sale
"Earl" Adjustable Garment
Shields, with net back; light
weight; guaranteed best
quality; sizes 4 and 5; regu
larly 65c Sale price, CC
Baby Pants, rubber lined,
medium and large sizes. Regu
larly 39c. Sale OC
price, pair U-J
Kann's "Elite" Light-weight
Dress Shields, regular or
shirt waist styles in sizes 2,
3 and 4; guaranteed perfect;
regularly 21c Sale 1 7r
price, pair X J l
Children's Hose Supporters,
extra, wide elastic? WacIt
extra wide elastic; black
only; 3 sizes; regularly 1A
15c. Sale price, pair. XvC
English Twill Tape. 10-yard
pieces; 1-4 to 1 inch wide;
regularly to 30c. Sale 1P
price, choice, piece-
Feather-Stitch Braid; 6-yard
pieces; white and colors; large
assortment of patterns. C
Sale price, piece '
Nickel Shears. 7 to 9 inch;
second of $1 kinds; nothing
to hurt cutting edge. Oft
Choice, this sale OJC
Hairpin Cabinets, large size,
filled with black hairpins;
regularly 15c. Sale
I "Tribune" Hooks and Eyes,
i-t -i j " ...
macs or wnue, an sizes, with
l dozen extra eyes.
Sale price ,
"Regent" Linen-finish But
ton and Shoe Thread; black
only. This sale, a C
"Stickcri" Braid, four-yard
pieces, in lartre assortment of
patterns; regularly 25c 1 fa-
! Scle price- X7C