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W-uhing Won't Rid
Head of Dandruff
?*???? only ?*ure way to get rid of dan
-""?*--? is t? dltaaol-r-a it_ then you de
?*-*t?r-r It entirely. To do this, get
?aAotrt toer ouncea of ordinary liquid
?*atr?*??; apply it at night when retir
ing: use enough to moleten the scalp
asi nib It in gently with the finger
Do this tonight, and by morning.
maux, if not all. of your dandruff will
I?* gone, and hre? or four more ap
plifatlons will ?_mpletely dissolve
and entirely destroy every single
??are and trace of it, no matter how
n-J?**h dandruff you may have.
Toa will find, too. that all itching
and digging or the scalp will stop at
?*>nee. and your hair will be fluffy,
? ?trous, glossy, silky, and soft, and
lcauk and feel a handrexl times better.
Tou can get liquid arvon at any
dr'ig store. It is inexpensive and
nevar fails to ?to th? work.
POH, aAafPLB-? A*-*T* B'DS CALL NORTH
74J? OR COLIMBIA ?*
DO *?<?? H-_IITAT?
! ?_?"3 A JOB WITH PT?.A9C-RI: AND
???? WITH ORA'-*
W. H. SPE.LSHOUSE,
KM Mear?? 8t ? W
Navy Relief Ball at Willard
Brilliant Affair?Notes of
(Continued from Page Fourteen.)
of green satin draped over goti.
Mrs. Frank R Freyer In a lovely cos
tume of pink brocaded in ailver, the
bodice almost entirely of cloth of
silver, Mrs. Victor Kauffmann in a
wonderful frock entirely of midnight
blue sequins. Misa Sophie Caaey in
French blue with touches of laca.
Miss Anne Oordon tn pink tulle .\nd
gold lace. Mrs. James Carroll Fraz'-r
in Cardinal velvet. Miss Kyth Hitch?
cock in cloth of silver. Mme. Grouitch
in black and gold all contributed to
the general effect.
Others noted on the floor were M j-p
Mona Blodgett in shell pink satin ar.?l
silver lace with touches of sable, Mr?.
Joseph Hampaon in blue and silver
brocade: Mra. George Mesta. Fren h
blue tulle trimmed with silver flow? rn
and diamond ornament: Misa Mm
314 7th St. N. W.
6*- ANNIVERSARY SALE
*They Say Nothing Succeeds Like Success"
From one store six years ago to our
present chain of 180 stores and
agencies is quite an achieve
ment, don't you think? And
only made possible be
cause of the real shoe
values and service Travers has offered the
women of this city.
TO CELEBRATE THIS EVENT
WE WILL OFFER TOMORROW
A Most Remarkable ?Assemblage of
UmUSM -_?*aa_a_a_*i ^???????????I _aa_a__aT.____?*?aa*L?a__?ia*_ a*Baa*_
Fall _? Winter
for thi? event at
Actual ? a I ? e
baaed s? today's
-.out f 12.00.
Models include all leathers
?with Cuban, military and
AAA to E
2]/2 to 9
for dimer-serve a Supreme
Ham, baked and .flavored with
cloves. You are always sure of
its tenderness and fine flavor.
MORRIS & COMPANY
gu?rite Scurven, cloth of ?old ve?oj
In beaded bro**? ? net; Miss 1? ila?. Go -
don, changeable blue taffeta and tullo;
Mrs. M. D. Owen-Chahoon. Egyptian
beaded gown and diamond ornament;?;
Mrs. Henry Tucker Percy, white satin
and Duchess lace; Miss Mabel l'on u -
man. black satin heavily brocaded in
gold; Mrs. Julian James, black aatin
embroidered in Jets v. ith touches q?
Mrs. Walter Tuekerma? wore cloth
of gold with overdrapery of black
net; Mrs. Ira Copley, green tulle over
white satin with diamond ornaments;
Mrs. Logan Tucker, old rose satin bro
caded in silver, with duchess la??;
Mrs. Ef?ngham I?wrence Townsend.
black tulle and Jets; Mrs. Jack Bid
dle, black lace; Mrs. Delos A. Blodgett,
white and stiver brocade draped over
white net embroidered In crystals,
with a band of ermine about the bot
tom, the train of brocade lined with I
cloth of silver; Mies Mona Blodgett, a
frock of net and lace with touches of|
satin brocaded In clusters of French
flowers; Miss Mary Custl? bee. flesh
colored chiffon, and Miss Margaret
Crosson, black tulle over red.
Miss Anne Dulany wore pale yellow
chiffon with touches of purple and
silver; Mis.? Mason, white satin and
rose point lace; Mra. C. C. McChord.
in peacock blue satin; Miss Elisabeth
Walmsley, cloth of silver with drap
ery of white chiffon; Miss Marie Sims,
black tulle trimmed with silver; Miss
Mary Sanger, sapphire blue satin and
tulle embroidered in sequins of the
.?am?? shade; Miss Gladys Hlnckley.
black velvet and tulle with pearls:
Mr.?. Francie Alton Connolly, black
velvet with touches of silver; Mrs.
Harry Conger Pratt, white net heav
ily embroidered In crystals and pearls,
with flowing bows on one side of
orange and black tulle.
Supper wu served in the smaller
room throughout the evening, thus
avoiding any congestion. The little
gold ?hairs were arranged In row.?
back to back, and the men helped
serve their ladles from a long table
running the length of the roam on
Yesterday was the quietest Thanks
giving at the White House In marv
years. The only guest was Miss Lu? y
Maury. of Hoanoke. V?, a niece of
Mrs. Wilson. She accompanied Mrs.
Wilson on her daily automobile rid'!.
The President dined In his rolling
chair In his room.
The Secretary of the Treasury and
Mrs. Carter Glass have as their Ruent
their niece, Miss Elisabeth Glass, of
Lynchburg. Va. They spent Thanks
giving Day quietly at home.
The Italian Ambassador and Baron
ess Avellano and their young daugh
ter. M?as Yolanda Avetsano, will ar
rive in Washington Sunday and will
be at the Shoreham for some time
before taking possession, of the em
Eater-taJa Lahor Eaavoya.
The members of the delegation
from Sweden to the International
Labor Conference were the host? at
a large dinner party last evening in
the Presidential suite at the New
The delegates of the Japanese gov
ernment to the International Labor
Conference who entertained at dinner
last evening at the Shoreham had as
their guests Sir Malcolm Delevlgne,
Ernest Mahalm, the Hon. Newton W.
Rowell, Dr, G Dl Palma Castiglione,
E H Greenwood, Dr. J. B. Andrews.
Francisk Sokal, H Warrington 8myth,
Judge John Castberg, Atol Cblndra
Ch?tterje< Dr! ?. O. Hudaon, ?. Ka
mada, Dr. M. Oka, Dr. Y. Ichlhajhi,
and Mr. Vickers.
Washington is interested in the an
nouncement made today of the mar
riage of Miss I?scelle J. Meserve.
daughter of H. Fessenden Meserve, of
Washington, D. C, to Nicolas de
Basily, counsellor at the All Russian
embassy in Paris. The ceremony was
performed at the Russian embassy
church yesterday In the pre*enee of
many prominent Russians and Ameri
The e+igagement of Miss Meserve to
Mr. ?le "easily was announced by cable
from Paris on October 10. last. The
bride is the daughter of the late Mrs.
H. Fessenden Meserve by her first
marriage. She was Miss Lancen?? J.
MacCulsky, and took her stepfather's
name a few years ago. She wa? edu
cated abroad and has lived much of
the time In Paris and Russia, her
stepfather's connection with the for
eign department of the National City
Bank of New York keeping them in
Charles Henry Butler has issued
invitations for Monday afternoon at
4:30 'i'clock to meet Robert Garrett.
chairman of the regional committee
for Varyland, Virginia and the Dis
trict of Columbia, of the Princeton
endowment fund. Al! Princeton men
in the District of Columbia are ex
pecte?! to attend.
Mr*?. John Stockwell and her daugh
ter. Miss Ja,ne Stockwt-U. of Cleve
land, arrived this morning and are
MUST BE CHECKED
Dr King'? New Ditcovery will
do that very thing, easily
DON'T say, "Poor little youngster
?I wish I knew what to ?To
for you!" Just give a little Dr.
King's New Discovery as direct
ed and the troupy cough won't linger.
A cold Is not to be fooled with. Get
after it at' once. Loosen the conges
tion, the phlegm stuffiness, and the
A family remedy for colds, coughs,
grippe, and kindred attacks. Fifty
years a friend to cold sufferers. Fifty
years of highest quality. 60c aad $1.""0
a bottle?all druggists.
Bowels on Schedule Time
_the bile flowing freely, the fer
menting body poisons eliminated. Dr.
King's New Life Pills make the
bowels function regularly and keep
Che system cleansed of gaseous ?m
?jurlttes. 2?>c a bottle, all druggist?
Spedml **7^a%W Sole
One to a customer? 6} O *7|"
(ruaranteed.Wmfe ? *J
Quality Jewelry Co.
?438 9th SL N. W.
the guests of Secretary of War and
Mr.?. Newton BakeT. Secretary and
Mrs. I'.aker are leaving tonight for
New York, preparatory to sailing for
Panama on Sunday, but Mrs Stock
well and her ?laughter will continue
their visit a? the guests of Miss Betty
Major General and Mrs. Barnett
were among those entertaining at din
ner last night preceding the navy re
lief ball at the Willard Hotel. They
had as guests Colonel Blair. Colonel
O'Brien, and Lieutenant Murray.
Other? having guests for dinner be
fore the ball were Col. and Mrs. Rob
ert W. Thompson, Congressman and
Mr?. Ira Copley, Col. William E. Fow
ler, Mrs. F. B. Moran and Mr. and
Mra. ?George Weat.
Rear Admiral and Mrs. Cary ?
Grayson have purchased the old
Nouree residence in Cleveland Park,
one of the historic homes of Wuh
I lngton and vicinity. It is a large man?
I slon of gray stone on Wisconsin ave
nue, just opposite Friendship, the
buburban residence of Mr. and Mra
Edward Beale McLean.
The new Polish minister, Prince
Casimir Lubomfrskl. and Princess
Lubomlrski have bought the house gt
20? Sixteenth street, and will take
possession shortly. It is now occupied
by the former ambassador of Russia,
Geo rge Bakhmeteff, and was at one
time the Austrian embassy.
Rev. and Mrs. J. H. W. Ble?e *nd
Miss Blake will be at home tomorrow
afternoon at the rectory. 311? O atreet,
from 3 to ? o'clock, for Mr. and Mrs.
James Vinton Blake, of Akron, Ohio,
who have been their guest? over
Capt. and Mrs. C. C. Calhoun en
tertained a company at dinner yester
day, having for their guests friends
whose families were out of town. Miss
Margaret Simonda, who returned here
early in the week from New York,
where she went to attend the coming
out ball of Miss Milllcent Roger? on
Monday, left again last night for
New York to attend the football
game tomorrow. She will be a guest
>f Mrs. Emerson Howe. She will re
turn here on Monday.
The Serbian Minister and Mme.
Grouitch were the guests of honor
? G Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry But
ler, at dinner last night.
Mrs. John B. Henderson entertained
a company at one of her famous veg
etable dinners laut night with Baron
des Planches, chairman of the Italian
delegation to the international labor
conference and former ambassador at
this post, as the guest of honor. The
other guests were the Polish Minister
and Mme. Lubomlrski, Senator and
Mrs. Robert L. Owen, Congressman
and Mrs. Mondell, Mrs. C. B. Ward,
wife of the Congressman from New
York; Mr. and Mr?. Frederic Ather
ton, Mr?. Davis Ireland, Mrs. Dimock.
Miss Hlnckley, Mr. Lindsay, counselor
of the British embassy; Dr. Hueb
scher, counselor of the Swiss lega
tion; Mr. Campbell and Major Crau
furd Stuart, of the British embassy
staff; Count Ptilaski of the Polish le
gation staff, and John B. Hender
The marriage of Mies Rosemary
Sweetman, daughter of Mr. and Mr?
M. M. Sweetman of this city, and
Joseph M. Dolan, of New York city,
took place yesterday afternoon ?
Holy Name Church, and was follow
ed by a reception at the home of th?
bride. The ceremony was perform??!
4t i*i o'clock by the Rev. Father K-r
vic_ Mr. Sweetman gave his daugh
ter in marriage.
The bride, who was attended br ?
maid-i'f-honer and three bridesmaids,
wore a wedding dress of white satin
veiled in chiffon with a long cot?rt
train hanging from the shoulders.
The bodice wan made of the satin
with chiffon ?leeves and trimmed in
touches of silver lace. Her tulle voll
was fastened with a silver baud
around the head and caught with (.
spray of orange blossoms. Her only
ornament was a string of pearls, a
gift of the bridegroom, and she car
rled a shower bouquet of Brldc'i
roses and swansonia. Miss Helea
Clarke, of Cincinnati, a cousin of the
bride, was niald-of-honor, and was
gowned'in pale pink satin draped in
embroidered chiffon and trimmed in
silver lace, and ?vore silver slippcis.
She wore a picture hat of black /ci
vet, and carried an arm bouquet of
Th?? bridesmaids, who were Miss
Rosalie Dolan, of N??w York, a sister
of the bridegroom. Mis? Cladys Kaln,
of Washington, and Miss Helen Zim
merman, of Washington, wore differ
ent colored gowns of tuli?? with large
picture hats and silver slippers. T?ioy
all carried arm bouquets of pin;?
Miss Dolan's gown was of pale
green tulle over white S? tin and
trimmed in silver lace. Mis? Kain's
dress waa fashioned of deep pink
tulle and georgette crepe wl'h trim
ming?? of silver lace, and Mi?? Zim
merman wore pale pink s?n*in draped
in tulle and trimmed in ."ilver !ace.
Donald Sweetman, brother of the
bride, was best man ami the ushers
were Robert Sweetman, of Richmond,
another brother of the bride; Herman
Kellmayer, of this city, and Charles
Flynn, of Norfolk, Va.
The church was appropriately dec
orated In palms and white chrysan
themums. Charles Goodchild eang "I
Love You Truly."
The house where the reception took
place was attractively decorated In
autumn leaves and chrysanthemums.
Immediately following th? recep
tion the young couple left for a wed
ding trip, the bride wearing ft suit
of brown velour trlmmi-d with seal
and a turban hat to match.
Among the out-of-town guests pr?s
ent were: Mr. and Mr?. M. Dolan,
parents of the bridegroom, and ??.??
Kathleen Dolan, sister of the groom,
from New York city; Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. McCourt and daughters. Misses
Genevi?ve and Katherine McCourt.
from Cfcvln-ton, Ky.: Mr. and Mre. ,
J. W. Nokely. from Richmond; Mrs.
John Clarke, from Cincinnati; Miss'
Mary rassidy, from Cincinnati: Mrs.
J. R. Olynn. from Dayton; lidward .
McDonald. New York city; Misses
Klynn, from Norfolk, Va., and Mr. I
and Mrs. Charles Goodchlld. San
Oleteeat-Sehaaff *A r-ddlne:.
A marrlag-e of interest which took
place last night waa that of Mis?.
Dorothy SchaalT, daughter of Mr and ?
Mrs. John T. SchaafT.and I>onald Banks
Clement, both of Washington. The1
wedding was sat ? o'clock at New York
Avenue Presbyterian Church, and the
Rev. Dr. Wallace Radclllte, pastor of ;
the church, performed the ceremony,
assisted by the Itev. J. D. Arnold, of
Waynesville, N. C, grandfather of the!
alias Schaaff was attended by her
sister, Miss Ellxabeth SchaafT. as maid
Of honor aad four bridesmaids, who
were Miss Mary SchaafT,another sister;
Miss Esther Stott, Miss Zenaida Mer
rlu? and Miss Emily Stewart, all of
William Braidthwaite, of Washing
ton, waa the bent man. and the ushers
were Joseph B. SchaafT, brother of the
bride; John S. Klnlay, of Rochester.
?. Y., and Roy Schlosser, of West
minster, Md. The church was deco
rated in autumn leaves, chrysanthe
mums and greens, the altar being
banked In palms.
The bride, who was given in mar
riage by her father, wore a handsome
gown of white georgette over white
saein, with an over-drapery of chan
tilly lace and trimmed in crystal
heads and old lace. The skirt was
made long with a narrow pointed
train and the tulle veil was arranged
with a frill about the back of her
hair and caught with a spray of
orange bloaaoms. Her shower bou
quet was of orchids and white sweet
The maid-of-honor wore a becom
ing gown of robin's egg blue, over
silver cloth and ?he carried ? shower
bouquet of ophelta roses. The
bridesmsids' frocks were made alike
of silk tulle. The skirts were tiny
ruffles plcot in silver, and extended
all the way to the waists. Two were
In lavender and two in pink and they
carried arm bouquets of pink roses.
Mrs. Schaff, mother of the bride,
was handsomely gowned in orch'.l
colored georgette, over satin, of the j
same color and trimmed in crystal '
beads. She ?or" a corsage oouei:i< t I
Mr. and Mrs. element left shortK- j
after the ceremony for a weddln.r I
trip, after which they will make their \
home in Washington.
Among the out-of-town guests at |
the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Stearnes, of Richmond; Miss Ro?a
Snydor. Col. H. C. Snydor, of Nor
folk, Va-, and J. B. Arnold, of Waynes
ville, N. C.
A number of parties were givi
for the bridal party before the w.-.-d
Mr. and Mrs. Schaff entertained
them on Wednesday evening at their
home following the rehearsal. Mrs.
H. H. Donnelly gave a luncheon and
shower for the bride on Wednesday,
ami on Tuesday Miss Merrlum, cn'er
tained the wedding party at luncheon
at Cafe St. Marks.
John Franklin Hunt, of Tulsa. Okl*.
has .arrived in Washington, where he
has accepted the position as private
secretary to Attorney General. Mitch
ell Palmer. Mr. Hunt has many
friends in Washington where be lived
for several years, being a irraduat??
i^f Georgetown University. He spent
tv.0 years in Tours, Franc??, in the
service as a lieutenant, and retiirn?-d
to America last spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Elklns Reed left
today for New York to attend the
Army and Navy Game. Their nephew.
George Klkln? Reed. .Tr, Is in his
first year at West Point.
Theta Delta Chi fraternity of George
Washington University have issued
Invitations for their annual holiday
dance, which will be held at the La
fayette Hotel on the evening of
January 2 The patre.ns and patron
esses will Include Dr. and Mrs. H. H.
Schoenfeld. Senator and Mrs. Joseph
I. France, Col. and Mrs. Casslus Dow
ell. Dean and Mrs. William Allen
Wilbur, of (*olurnliian College; Lieut.
Col. and ?lrs. Urne?? MacGruder, Mr
and Mrs. Hoy I_ Neuhauser, Mr. and
Mrs. Enoch Chase. Mr and Mrs. Stan
ton C. Peele, and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Klrkpatrlck. The committee in charge
of the affair Includes Kdward G. Win
gate, William L. Nelli, Robert Geist,
and Ferd Carter.
Among those Who will attend the
benefit bazaar and hall glvtm under
the auspices of the Women's Alliance
of All Souls' Church in the ballroom
of the New Willard on December 8
ere Miss Ix>uise Delano. Mrs. K. Hlld
Ing Bey, Mrs. J. F-. I.iskey, Miss Mar
garita Gerry, Mrs. T. J. Kemp, Mrs.
Ridley McLean, Mrs. Charles Stewart,
and Mr?. Richard Fay Jackson.
An advisory committee consisting
of Mrs. Thomas R. Marshall, chair
man; Mrs. Robert I.ansing. Mrs. Car
ter Glass, Mr?. J? ?ephus Daniels,
Mrs. Newton Baker, Mrs. Albert S.
Burleson, Mrs A. illtchell Palmer,
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet and Mr?. Rich
ard Yates will assist In the sale of
the Christmas seals n^xt week. The
proceeds from the sale will be used
to finance anti-tuberculosis work
here In Washington.
Seal booths will be operated tn
stores,? banks and theaters by various
teams. Team captains are Mrs.
Richard Yate, Miss Carrie Hart, Mrs.
Sidney West, Jewish Women's Coun
rjfl; Miss Annah M. Fletcher, Twen-!
tleth Century Club; Mrs. Kdna K. ?
Bushee. Juvenile Protective Associa
tion; Mr?. William M. Grinnell, board
of managers of the Tuberculosis As
sociation; Mrs. Charles Wo%lhull.
Washington Diet Kitchen Associa
tion; Madam?? Claude L'Anglais. Mias
Nancy Junes. Miss Nannie Chase.
.Iunior League; Mrs. Coralie F. Cook.'
Mrs. ?Sidney Thomas, Junior League;
Mrs. George B. Taylor. Anthony Club;
Miss Imagi?e Clarketon. Mrs. N. J.
Kahn and Misa Dorothea Dcays,
Prices of Beef in
Prices realized on Swift _
Company salee of carcaet? beef
for periods shown below as
published in th? newspapers,
on shipments sold out, outr
aged ?_ follows:
Week _at?ag prr Curt.
May ITtla .-*33J?
May 24th .S1-0
Stay Slat . SO.T2
June 7th . 90.10
?It?e 14th. 1?M
Jone 21 at. It??a
J???? ssth . isa?
July Sth . 19.T9
July 12th . M?_4
July itti? . 1S_S
Jaily 26th . i?.4?
AogTB at 2d . 17.44
Antut ?th . ISjoo
A-aguat 10th . IS?9
August ?at . 1!_*
Aa_ _ t SO_ . 17_>
Saptenalx-r ?th . IT??
Septena ber 13th .10JS9
September 20th . 174*1
September 27th . IS??
October 4th . 1S.11
October llth. 14.S5
October 18th . 14k ?
October *? ih . l?4t2
November lat. 1?72
?November Mh. 1SJ_
Severn ber 15th . IS?2
Vovraabrr SI?] .
Swift & Company
U. S. A.
Makes the C**_p??__ Bes_ii?
SOfT AJVD VELVETY. Afon*y
baca 1/ no? entirely pleased.
Nadine I* per. and harmlem. Adh?ra an
ta?/?- off. /*???nfa ?ti?u.-n enti retx-m a/
?_??-diona. Million* ot dtiiiht.d ueer*
prove its Halo?. I leth. Pink. Brunette.
While. At Lodtne toilet coii.it?-*. ?/ lAry
haven't i?, fcy mali 60c
Nation?! TeiUt C?., Paria, T<*_., U.S.A.
Caf? be found at O'Donnoll's I'rug Stor.?
an?! ?II Iradina; lullet r?-?ajn?*c-r? _
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to tint your tresses a beautiful brown
a? It Is to powder your face?
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ing braut)? and charm, producing In
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No other ^repartition is ?o simple
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Brow natone is guaranteed perfect
ly safe and harmless to the hair and
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all leadinK druggists. Two colors:
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?1.15. Demand the genuine.
Special Free Trial Offer.
Send only lie with this coupon for
Free trial package and helpful book
let on the care of the hair.
Mall Thi? t'oupon >ow.
The Kenton Pharmacal Co.,
4?1 Coppin Bldg.. Covington. Ky.
Kncli.?ed find 11 cents (to cover
post?t,?', packing and war *ar) for
Trial package of Brownatone.
.Light to Medium Brown or
.Dark Brown to Black.
Mark with X ?hade wanted and m.-ill
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SaveYour Old Ctothes
New Ones Cost
and are of doubtful
quality. Our workmen
and Uvers"?can make
"the o"ld tocs" just like
new, and help vou beat
the "Hitrh Cost of
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60? E St. S.W.
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|-'?> ?. G??. St.
Ph. Line. 3?2.
Supper Dances 9:30 to 1 Every Evening
MUSIC is second
ary to menu
here?the St. Marks is,
above all, a place to
dine, to dine well.
?J Popular Grill fea
tures are the daily
913 LUNCHEON for la
dies and gentlemen
15to (served from 12 to 2
_ at One Dollar per
?t. plate), and the ex
Phone D'HOTE DINNER
served from ? to
i-ranklin 413 9:30( at Two Dollars
orchestra per cover.
Tea Dances 4:30 to 6 Thursdays and Saturdays
As Sweet -and Delicate
?As Its Ingredients
Dainty pats of Tro??), sweet and delicata in
flavor, enhance the enjoyment of all other
foods you serve. Tbe use of Tn***co in cooking
? for making cakes and for seasoning meats
and vegetables ? means that these particular
dishes will be especially good.
All because Troco itself is so perfect in flavor
and quality. You may pay more but you can't
buy a more delicate, delicious product.
Made from the White Meet
Troco is made from the dainty nut fat ?atraifi
from the white meat of coconut i. the mort ?rateable
of all Tropic foods. This is churned by ? sp*-*cial
process with pasttrurixed milk, the temperate clime'??
food standby. We churn and ship every day, on ice,
to insure freshness.
If your deaicT will ord?**r often and k**-**p his stock
in the ice box. Troco will reach yoa is p?eri**ct con
dition? s supreme table delicacy.
Your g-rocer has Troco or can eat h for you. If you
cannot secure it in perfect condition send his name
to the Troco Nut Butter Company, Chicago
TV* sre oblls*??*. to )?*>?' Tro?-o s? ' c.?oo??rrs-rl??
txtcsus?? nf or! ?w? ????* b?fo?? It wm* .tunl??'.
But It '?ir'nn? bo islmsl oils ? Just purs ? ???<?*>??
fats sod peu?? jxurt???rlxxl mils
For Sot- By AU llraWr.
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The Riddle of the Stain
A water circle on a silk dr*sas may spoil it
The knowledge of one simple fact ?arili save it
The stain of black walnut has baffled men and w-jwi-eri for
One individual's knowledge of a chemical reaction solved the
problem for the multitude
Tar sticketh closer than a brother
Its removal requires turpentine or chloroform?ptroperfy ?ap
? scorch may be regarded as beyond the hope of *eraidk-ab*ao,
Dampen it and put it in the sun and it may disappear
Paint, mildew, rust, ink, grease, fruit stain, coffee, bluing.
?Almost any calamity that may befall a piece of wearing apparel?
Each has its antidote.
A benevolent Uncle Sam has realized that
members of his hundred million household
have worried much over the accidents that
befall its clothes. He has set many scientists w
to unraveling the problem of their restoration. V
He has evolved a book which explains most of
the riddles. It is entitled
REMOVAL OF STAINS
It may be obtained tree of any charge by sending to the
Washington Information Bureau of The Washington TIMES,
Its distribution ?s a part of the service of this paper to its
Fill out the attached coupon. Enclose a two-cent stamp for
return postage on the book. Mail as indicated. Our bureau
will do the rest.
'Fill Out the Coupon Write Plainly)
The Washington Times Informabon Bureau
FREDERIC J. HASKIN, Director,
Washington. D. C.
Enclosed find a two-cent stamp for return postage oa the
booklet on the Removal of Stains.