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I shall Forget i Vanity Fair.) ; -jM you ,j e ,1V I ;>ring, c jonquils bloom ■ thrushes Bing! lit) i j. Member ■ wind astir ' • - s delicate. : :.'ct you— ;tini i! ar -hall wash the .; i tilings from the f, ( HI UiP IN* 111 -. hi.' has been forced . . no nt mi account :11• d ankle, the re r,-.• at fail. A great deal hii tor Mrs. Kitzhie . as ‘■in- was Just re ,iii illness of several vs hen she injured) a • r.i i: I’almer, of Parole ~ a v! it. .| her son, Thorn ; i!i<• James Lawrence l H„o,;ul. Hillsdale, Md. i Of fts.,!,! at..l .Mrs, B. F. Perry nfM.-u (..-. upying the Stewart t ! :t Maryland avenue, wil Hi a-, to on.' of the new apart . :.< Prince George street r.-rrv's sister-in-law, Mrs j |-. rrv. w ill come from Pa ft.. mi.ltllc of next week and r cii' -t until her mother, Mrs *.w,irf. returns from Florida rpens her lmuse. f# lnr|e |i. ivrsims u lie Italtimoreans who will i!i\ Mi . Klizabeth Persons on Bsmer Kuropean tour are Mrs |Kirk and tin- Misses Virginia Ln.id. Million! and Margaret I U kt Hospital K II Mellen, who Is a pa iitic I iiiiiu Protestant Inilrm iit:m..re, where she was oper- I yesterday by l)r. J. M, T > reported to have stood th rn welt. li.-r condition Is sab! ttorable. liwla ' . . rn.- Harrison, of Baltl lias a number of friemlß has landed in New York •min; for tin- time being at >' l"'i street. Mrs. Harrison naiiiy liberated from a Mob ism. where she was conilued W stay in Itussia. I I’ariy w Talbott W’-I'T and Mrs. Henry D. > hosts at a howling party -da\ night at the Naval : owners' M.-ss in compliment 1 s. s cousin. Miss Talbott, i a:a. who is visiting them. hi fisli'r iintion / • t'diner. of Murray Hill. ! . of Mr. and Mrs. Ar fonnerly of Annapolis. Li .ilk stone" apartments In ' until after Faster. nd • oßrert i people will go from 1 Kiltaaove this evening to at -1 to be given at the 1 ■ Heifetz, the violinist inner * Volta '• lclehar! and her daugh klehart. have rented a ‘ ! i- v '< r. Nova Scotia, where ! i 'tie summer. Mrs. ,;, uin and her daughter. Hepburn, are at pres lglehart. They 5 ' i’-.i-n r in Nova Scotia * i lirU n,. rp kiiay will come from with Miss Dorothy ,/ / ; ' ! the Faster vacation. r. Mrs. Walter N. b-.ive Annapolis on to Philadelphia, ken a house until She will entertain ishipmen friends of ' a house party over Manse - Hoorge Persons, of tmg his brother and ’•< Rev. Doctor and. -'!)> at the Presby-. i ‘ : ' t ' Duke of Gloucester I Supper *** *M;i|Kilis id supper given last t Annapolis school - hly successful and a k unit of money was * t it. i ’ IT Visiting .Mr*. It, It. Rogers Miss Patience Winchester, of San Rafael, Cal., is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. R. E. Rogers, of 245 King George street, with whom she will spend a fortnight. Mrs. E. D. Washburn is i entertaining at afternoon bridge today in compliment to Miss Winchester. Visiting At Murray Hill Miss Esther K. Stone came from New ork last night to visit her par ents. Commander and Mrs. Raymond Stone of Murray Hill. Miss Stone is , studying trained nursing at St. Luke's Hospital. New York. Robert Rums Wier, the two-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Wler, of Market street, Is ill at the home of bin parents, suffering from an at tack of tonsllitis. Back From Visit In The North t Mrs. Philip Alger has returned I from Boston where she has been vis iting her daughter, Miss Louisa Al ?er. To Give Dancing party A dance will he given on April 9 it the Dumbarton Club, In Washing 'on, by Commander and Mrs. Claude 3. Mayo. Back From <>lllo Sanatorium Harry E. Proskey, of W’est Anna polis. has returned from the Stute Sanatorium for Tuberculosis in the Blue Ridge Mountains, having been cured. Mr. Proskey was a patient at the Sanatorium for three years. Hosts At Dinner Parly- Captain and Mrs. John Halligan. of 195 Prince George street, gave a handsomely appointed dinner on Wednesday night, their guests being Lieut.-Commander and Mrs. Mahlnn Tisdale, Professor and Mrs. W. O. Stevens, Lieut.-Commander and Mrs. William C. Wickham and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bigelow, Jr. Pink sweet peas were used for the table decorations. Guests Of Coninuinder And Mrs. Wash burn Mrs. F. G. Reinlcke and her infant daughter arrived last night from Southern Pines for a week’s visit with Commander and Mrs. E. D. Washburn before returning to Long Beach, Cal., to Join Lieut.-Commander Reinlcke. who is making a cruise on the U. S. S. “Mississippi.” Mrs. Reinlcke is the sister of Mrs. Washburn. ■ I Women’s New Topcoats i j < j; j Values extraordinary enough to cause this to be termed a “Sale” \ 5 i: I $ 18 75 I There are Topcoats at many different prices, hence , $18.75 would not arouse any particular interest unless we emphasized the unusual quality offered at this price! Not only are the coats new and fresh, but the materials and the styles express new ideas. Swagger effects tail- 3| ored of tan or grey overplaids. Camel’s Hair color with ! | overplaids of contrasting shades and other sport cloths. i One. two and three button coats. All full lined with | jj a silk that will wear. Single and double breasted models * with two to four pockets. Sizes 34 to 46 bust measure .... 1 1 A-!- ■'i-:.l*.i 1 -i' .A !| Flowers For Easter! ■ ■ ■■■ ; I \Ve Have Just RECEIVED a Shipment of _ I, ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS Myers Gift Shop : 45 West St. *> rm Tvprofl *>aryi.a>:t>. Friday, march-2.1. ia Mrs. Thomas O. Selfridge, who has j been spending several weeks at Car vel Hail, has gone to Augusta. Ga tor the early spring. TORTt'RED MANY YEARS BY ! KIDNEYS “I have had kidney trouble for I ! twelve years,” writes H. P. Pinkney.) West Jackson. Miss. “Pains in back. • Joints, catches in the hips, run down | and getting up too much during the i night. But since taking Foley Kidney j Pilla, my suffering is over, and I feel j like a new man.” Backache, rheu- j matic pains, kidney and bladder \ trouble quickly relieved with Foley j Kidney Pills. Refuse substitutes. In- j sist upon Foley’s Honey and Tar.- 1 (Adr.) i To know /) how good a cigarette // really can be made// you mustt / /tudtrYi VISTRIKIJ H?! WHY BUY ANY KIND of glasses merely because they are glasses? It is a science to know how to fit glasses and test eyes. The “hit or miss” kind do more harm than good. After you have once worn our properly lifted glasses, you will notice how fine your eyes feel. "Heed our optical science articles" Henry H. Sadler OPTOMKTRIST £ OPTICIAN 803 M.iln Ml. Annapolis, Md. * — Easter Apparel On Credit f] £aster J ust one week away—and we’re prepared to offer our customers the most fashion- ft* }! able 'new taster apparel at prices that are sensationally low! You can make use of our Liberal r— redit 1 erms, and pay a little each week or month as you prefer! Spring Giats, '^ raPS * ui>s Dn-sses 1 Stunning New Suits Coats, Capes, Wraps Charming New Frocks tjjj 1 $ 27 50 ? 16L 5 29 75 s l6 7 n/29 75 I 1 USE YOUR CREDIT-PAYONLY H A WEEK 1 it No matter whether you wish a prac t tical longline tailored suit —a trimmed it* k° x coat or blouse back style you’ll -j*; find a wide choice of models for your se ■jt lection. All are richly silk lined,*headed. braided, embroidered and ribbon trim it Died. Shades include tan, greys, navy -j. and black Sizes *l4 to 40. mN ' ———— lA•** h '* •iu •jj; shades, prettily trimmed; priced beyond competition. I, e Cari ' a corn P^ e t e l‘ °f shoes for women, misses, men and children. Our prices can not :i j oe Deat. © Your Easter Suit | ■ Is Here A 1 11 Come and select yours from the ever-so-many dif- wr SA ferent materials and styles which we Have so moder- I M j I ately priced. Certainly we’ll $ 2ft arrange credit jj <J 57 Hats and Silk Shirts, Too! £ dTo" 1 - * ■ 1 •" this point quickly. :i 1 M 117-119 MAIN STREET I .ft (Opposite the A. & P. Tea Store.) t : \ * These are the most beautiful models we have ever offered at such a reason able price. There are graceful capes, and embroidered and braided wraps, exquis itely made. Also clever sports coats in a wonderful range of colorings and new overplaid effects. Sizes 10 to 44 for women and misses. Frocks to suit the most extreme taste jj of the well attired , young miss or the tit i most conservative matron. Every con- £ ceivable Spring style is here. Canton crepe, flat crepe, satin canton, Paisley * crepe, tricosham. Poiret twill and taffeta & fabrics—in all the wanted shades. Sizes 1G to 44.