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The 1910 fWhite Sale SaleI SaleThe I
711cwords The Palais Royal Opening occurs only after the old yea Tea ea stocks have been disposed of The first question is How to show with pictures and demonstrate in inwords jn
words the reliability of the new Lingerie here This question is answered witlj with 1 another anothcrlta6 has an unreliable garment ever been associated with a Palais Royal sale This
is the best answer answerbecause because both pictures and descriptions can be made to exaggerate Is it not so Has the reader not bees entrapped at some time or another another1ivith another1iviththe Thish with withthe withthe h
the Lingerie whose beauty and worth war wart9t5 were e shattered in the first process of washing Learn that even the igc corset covers are here trimmed with laces that will vUI not nottear nottear
tear or fro fray Y in in the laundry Learn Z earn too that thatthe the most expensiVC expensive e p nsive garments are are really cheap when their beauty and elaboration are considered
II 15c for 19c Garments GarmentsChoice GarmentsChoice GarmentsChoice
Choice of 5 Styles25c Styles Styles25c Styles25c
25c for 39c Garments GarmentsChoice Garmentsr Garmentschoice
r Choice of 30 o styles46c Styles Styles46c Styles46c
46c for 50c Garments GarmentsChoice GarmentsChoice GarmentsChoice
Choice of So Styles sales70c Styles70c StylesJ Styles70c
70c for 8Sc Garments GarmentsChoice GarmentsChoice GarmentsChoice
Choice of 94 Styles Styles90c Styles90c z
A A90c
90c for X100 100 Garments GarmentsChoice GarmentsChoice GarmentsChoice
Choice of i3 135 Styles
4 Note that sets to match may be selected scletted from ln the various lots quoted above Only 394 39 will willsuffice wUJsuffiClHo wi wisufictfor
J suffiClHo suffice for a very very cry r rand attractive attractive set comprising one 100 gown one 225 skirt one pair pair 85c drawers drawersand
and one soc oc corset cover The regular r fT11lar price of these garments g ai rnents t would be 460 460you you get them themtomarrow thenitomorrow themtomorrow +
tomorrow for only 394 The Tl 1c beautiful set pictured to the left hand is to cost you only only ioop ioopThe O
9 9Embroideries if ifThe
The 1910 Embroideries and an L Laces ces <
II l A Lisner Hours 830 A M to 6 P M G STREET
Continued from Page Two TwoRown Twogown Twognwn
gown was of blaek satin trimmed with withold withold withold
old point p int Miss Woodruff the house houseguest houioguest houseguest
guest wore pink chiffon over pink satin satinThose satinThoe satinA
A Those Thoe who assisted R 5tstfWl In the diningroomwere diningroom diningroomwere diningroomWere
were Miss lU c Margaret Williamson Mis MisLena M1ss M1ssLena lIs lIsLena
Lena Wilkins Miss Bennett enn tt and Mss MlsaDe lI19De MssDe
De Boise BoiseMrs BolsoMrs BoiseMrs
Mrs Charles White ant entertained detained Tues Tuesday Tues Tuesday Thusday ¬
day for Mrs Mfr Frey Mrs Bvans E th thMisses the theMlues theMisses
Misses Frey and Miss Mil Miller MillerMiss MnlerM1se IlUer IlUerIiss
Miss Iiss Patten has returned to George Georgetown GIQrgetown Georgetown ¬
town for the winter winterMiss winterMiss winterMiss
Miss Lewis cousin of Mrs Gwynn is isvisiting islsltlng isvisiting
visiting Washington WashingtonMr I Illr
Mr R R Yatas has gone to Cham Champalgn Champalgn Champaign 1
palgn III Mr J E Yates and family familyare familyare familyare
are in Washington for a short stay stayDr stayDr stayDr
Dr Gwynn has as his guest his fatherT fatherTwho father fatherwho fatherwho
who will remain remain In Washington a part of ofthe otthe ofthe
the winterMrs winter winterMrs wioterIrs
Mrs Irs Bacon wife of Dr Bacon of the thenavy thenav thenavy
navy nav entertained at a I chafingdish ch ftngdlsh lunch lunchcon luncheon luncheon
eon last week The table was decorated decoratedwith decoratedwith decoratedwith
with pink carnations and ferns Theguests The Theguests ThegUe
guests gUe < Jts were Mrs Noland of California CaliforniaMiss CaliforniaMiss Californiabliss
Miss Jarboe of Indiana Mrs Houston Houstonof
of Marion Ind Miss Makay Mrs F K KGrimes KGrlms KGrimes
Grimes Mrs E L Mason and the Misses MIs5 S
Taggart Mrs Bacon has i invitations ltatlon out outfor outfor outfor
for a rimtumdlttio party Tuesday Tues ay oven ovenIng evening ovenIng
Ing IngMiss
Miss is Aldrich of P street entertained entertainedwith ontortalnedwith entertainedwith
with a bridge party in honor of Miss MissYoung MissToung US8 US8Young
ToungMrs Young YoungMrs YoungMrs
Mrs C R Gregory is I the th house guest guestof t11QStof guestof
of Mrs J G Waters WatersMisa WatersMi56 WatersMiss
Miss Miller the former head nurse at atthe atthe atthe
the Home for Incurables is nono now In New NewMexico NtwMexico NewMexico
Mexico where she will wit remain for the thebetter thebt thebetter
better bt > tter part bf f a yearMrs year yearMrs ef
Mrs lrs Wllltam Taylor of Stoveal N C Cformerly Cformerly Cformerly
formerly Miss Helen Holell Gllfrey of this city cityis cItyis cityis
is visiting her mother Mrs Gilfrey GilfreyThe GUfreyThe GllfreyThe
The Evermay Literary Club met as asusual asusual asusual
usual with Mrs Orme Thursday ThursdayMiss ThursdayMIss ThursdayMiss
Miss Powell and Muss Connell will leavo leavosoon leavosoon leavesoon
A soon for Annapolis to bo the guests g csts of ofIleut
Lieut Commander C mmander and Mrs Laws LawsMiss LaWsMiss LawsMiss
Miss Virginia Gardiner Gard ter left Saturday Saturda Saturdafor
for a short visit with relatives in Vir Virginia Virsinla Virginkt ¬
ginia Mr tIr Gardiner and Miss Gardiner r
leave leave New New York xoric on me the roth 0th on oa tho Arabicfor Arabic Arabicfor Arablefor
for a cruise on the Mediterranian MedtterranlanMiss MediterranianMiss
Miss 1158 Mary Macauloy and Mr JackMacaulay Jack JackMacauley JackMaeauJe
Macauley MaeauJe were wore entertained by Miss Helen Helenoser Helonoser Helenoser
oser at n a theater party Saturday SaturdayCards SaturdayCards SaturdayCards
Cards are out for a a tea to be given by
Miss Mary McCFney McC ney on January Janua 16 at atthe atthe atthe
the Washington Washl gton Club ClubMrs Clubfrs ClubMrs
Mrs frs French wife of Capt C pt Frenchwill French Frenchwill FrenchwUl
will entertain at a tea at her home In InN inN InN
N street on January 11 UMrs 11Irs 11Mrs
Mrs Irs Bacon and Miss Susie Taggart Taggartvill TaggartIU Taggartl11
vill IU sing at St Michaels this evening
Mrs H T Taggart and her daughters daugh daughters daughttrs ¬
ters Mrs Bacon and the Misses Tag Taggart Taggart Taggart ¬
gart will be at home informally the lasttwo last lasttwo lasttwo
two Wednesdays Wednes < lays IJf jf this month monthA
A cantata Incarnation will Be e sung sungat sungat sungat
at Dumbarton Church tomorrow evening
Most of the chorus of forty voices olces and andtbe andthe
the quaret are from Georgetown andare and = are
under the direction of W T Glover of
Thirtieth street The quartet Is
composed com composed composed ¬
posed of Mies Bessie BircH soprano Mrs MrsAlbert MarsAlbert InL InLAJbert
Albert Houghten alto Richard Backing
tenor and John Waters bass bassMrs busMrs i
Mrs and Miss Ml s Pennebaker will 1lJ be at
home the remaining rem lnln Tuesdays in Jan January January January ¬
Mr and Mrs Irs John Marshall Jones Joneswho Jonoswho Jonaswho
who have ° been visiting Mr and Mrs MrsFrank lInlFrank D1rsFrank
Frank ShJver Sh er at Union Mills Md re returned returned returned ¬
turned on Monday MondayDr Iondn IondnDr
Dr J W Burke of New York who whohas w whohas o ohas
has been visiting hi5 hL parents Mr and andMrs an anMrs anMrs
Mrs Julian T r Burke sailed on Thursday Thursd Thursdtor
for Vienna where he will spend the next nextsix nextsLt nextsLY
six months monthsMr monthsMr monthsMr
Mr and Mrs George Garr Henry who whohave whohave whohave
have been the guests of Mr 11 and Mrs MrsWilliam MrsWilliam Irs IrsW1111am
William J Boothe have returned to theirhome their theirhome theirhome
home In Morristown N J JMra JMra JMars
Mra William B Doingerfleld DalnKer eld left onThursday on onThursday onThurs
Thursday Thurs ay to spend some time with her herdaughter herdaughter herdaughter
daughter Mrs Love In Savannah GaMiss Ga GaMiss Gn1Iiss
Miss Mary Run of Ellicott Ellico t City C1t Md 31dIs MdIs MdIs
Is visiting Mrs Mary C Dufley Dutr Y on South SouthRoyal SouthRoyal SouthRoyal
Royal street str t
St Marys Alumnae gave a euchre and anddance anddanco anddance
dance at the Lyceum Hall Wodn Wednesday Wednesdaynight Wednoodavnight dav davnight
night which was largely attended The Thecommittee ThecQmmlttco Thecommitteo
committee in charge were Mrs B T TGreene TGreene
Greene Greene Miss Mary Harlow Harlo Miss Ella EllaHill ElJaHIlI EllaHill
Hill Mrs Frank Quinn Miss Miss Margaret MargaretBaahford 1fargnretBa MargaretBaahford
Baahford Ba hCorc1 Mrs James Bales Miss I158 Sallie SaliieHarlow SallieHarlow SallieHarlow
Harlow Miss Katherine Ahern Miss Mat Mattie Mattie Mattie
tie and Miss Rosa Crilly CrillyMrs CrillyIr CrillyMrs
Mrs Ir Julian Miller Mlll r and
her daughterMiss daughter daughterMies dn ght r rIfS8
Miss IfS8 Cornelia Miller have returned from froma
a a visit to Portsmouth PortsmouthMr
Mr Ir and Mrs Charles Smoot and little littleMiss UttleMiss littleHiss
Miss Rebecca Smoot who ho have boen tho thoguests thoguests theguests
guests of Mr fr and Mrs George Uhler Uhlerleft UhleJeft Uhlerleft
left on Thursday Thursda for their home In Wll Wllkesboro Wllkasboro Wilkesboro
kesboro N C CMiss CMiss CMies
Miss Grace Douglas Anderson who whohas whohas whohas
has been visiting Mr and Mrs John MTaylor M MTaylor MTa
Taylor Ta Jor in Richmond has returned to her herhomo herhomo herhome
homo in this city cityMr cltrJUr cityMr
Mr and Mrs S C NorrIs whb have
been visiting friends in this city have havereturned havereturned havereturned
returned to their home in Richmond RichmondMiss 1tlchmondjIlss RichmondMiss
Miss Lucy Boggess of Middleport lI1ddleportOhlo lI1ddleportOhloIs Ohio OhioIs Ohiois
Is the guest of Miss Julia L Demaine DemaineMiss DcmalnoMIss DemaineMiss
Miss Ethel Larmand has returned from froma
a n pleasant visit Islt to friends in Orange OrangeMJss OrangeMIss OrangeMiss
MIss Lillian G Griffin iflln of Baltimore is the theguest thegu thoguest
guest gu st of relatives r latlvGs In this city cityMr cityllf cityMr
Mr and Mrs C E Bealle of Wilming Wilmington Wilmington Wilmington ¬
ton Del and Mr Ir r and Mrs Irs J Carter of ofWeverton oCWccrton ofWeverton
Weverton Mdj Md are visiting Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs George W Carter CarterMiss CarterMiss CarterMiss
Miss Pauline Kicol Icol who spent several severaldays seeraldays severaldays
days last week jwith with Miss Virginia Iden Idenat Idenat Idenat
at Manassas hoe h returned home homeMrs homeMrs homeMrs
Mrs John Hobe of Warrenton is the theguest theguost theguest
guest of Mrs wllllam WfJlIam illtam B Dalngerfield DalngerfieldMiss Dalnger DaingerleldMiss eld eldMiss
Miss Mary Mar D Marston 1 arston of Edinburg is isvisiting isvIsiting isvisiting
visiting Mrs Ofcqrge C Qrge PIckett In Prince Princestreet Princestreet Princestreet
street streetlfiss streetMiss fll fllMiss
Miss Bertie AIJMButcher utcber was at home orne to toa toa toa
a number of htjtifriends h rlends on Monday last
Complimentary Prices Pricest PricesTornorrow i t
TomorrowTo Tomorrow i iTo
To introduce illtro h ce the new new75Jooo 75000 stock to the greatest number in in the least possIBIs posSi 1e time is is a vital vitalquestion 1t 1 1question
question for us Answered Answ red with the following souvenirs souvenirs of this the Thirtythird Annual iTOte I Cite ite iteSale
Allover Embroidery swiss nain nainMok tainok nalneeok
Mok ok and cambric open and blind blindoffoct blindotroct blindeffect
effect large Jar e patterns and baby ef offeet effects eCteta ¬
feet fects 22 inches Inch wide 300 P Pvalue
11 value alue for Ilc e per yard Ilrd 1 lS r9 C
value for forSwiss forSwiss forSwiss
Swiss Embroidery shirtwaist shirtwaistfrontlngs shirtwaistfrontings t ttrontfDbs
frontlngs open O1 n Irish crochet effects effectssome etrectssome effectssome
some combined with blind blindwork AO AOvalue
iI work 27 Inches wide 300 500value 98 C
value allle per yardAllover yard yardAllover yanlAlloer
Allover Embroideries swiss and andbatiste andbIlU andbatlate
batiste bIlU te open baby bab Irish Irisheffects Irishettocts Irisheffects
effects combined with withblind withblind
blind embroidery embrol er 300 300values 300values 1 50
values per yard
The guests Included Includt > d Miss I1M N Studde Miss MissM MissaL Uss UssL
M L Henderson Miss 21l s S Pitts Miss 1185 E Ma Mahoney Mahoney Ia Iahoney
honey Mr L Jones of Richmond Mr MrG MrG MrG
G Smith Mr N Reid of Washington WashingtonMr Washinl > ton tonMr
Mr E Mudd and Mr H Butcher ButcherMtes Butcheriti ButcherMiss
Miss iti Mary IIUY E Carlin has returned retur oo from fromElHcott fromEllicott fromEllicott
Ellicott City Md where she spent tile tJieholidays tileholidays theholidays
holidays with her sister sisterMiss sistOIMIM sisterMiss
Miss May Iay Starneil Starn ell is visiting her aunt auntMrs IuntMrs auntMrs
Mrs Lundgreon in Richmond RichmondMiss RichmondMI RichmondMiss
Miss MI Mary Harlow has h lS returned from rom romJslt a avisit avisit
visit Jslt to Miss Poaey Po ey at The Maples in inCharles inCharles inCharles
Charles County MdtIlss Md MdMJ M MMIlS
MJ MIlS s Pauline Herfurth entertained Sat Saturday 5turdR Saturday ¬
urday urdR night She was assisted In receiv receiving rcceivIng recetylag ¬
ing by Mrs Ira George S Herfurth of Wash Washington Washington 8IIh 8IIhInston ¬
ington ingtonA ingtonA
I A reception was given on January 1 by byMr byIr byMr
Mr Ir and Mrs lr Y T Hayden Those pres present Pre8ant present ¬
ent wore Miss Lizzie Pott Potty Mi Miss titS g Annie AnnieNails AnnieNnns AnnieNails
Nails Miss 18B Hattie Bowlings Miss Bessie BessieMeore Be BessieMoore sle slelfoore
Moore Miss MI Gertrudo Laycock I aycock Mr and andMrs And1Iu andMrs
Mrs George Hall Mr Mrtand and Mrs Ratellffe RatellffeMr RatcnSfeoIr RatcliiteMr
Mr oIr and Mrs Joseph Moore Mr George GeorgeHayden GeorgoHayden GeorgeHayden
Hayden Mr Charles Swift Mr Charles CharlesLucas CharlesLucas CharlesLucas
Lucas Mr aIr Luther Haydon Mr 1r Milton MiltonElliott MIltonElliott MiltonElliott
Elliott and Mr Ir James Hamilton HamiltonMrs HamiltonMrs HamiltonMrs
Mrs Isaac Gregg entertained at cards cardson cardson cardson
on Thursday afternoon at her home The Theguests Theguests Theguests
guests were Miss Mary Philips Mrs MraThomas MrsThomas MrsThomas
Thomas B Cochran Mrs Irs Lewis Cheese Cheeseman Cheeseman Cheeseman
man Miss Cora Cochran Mrs Irene IreneLambert IreneLambert IreneLambert
Lambert Mrs lr8 Richard Acton Acton Miss Mary MaryThompson MaryI MaryThompson
I Thompson Miss Mamie Agnew gnew Miss Iliis Lulu LuluSmoot LuluSmoot
I Smoot Miss Josle Robinson Mrs Armis Armistead Armistead Armistead
tead Egborn and Mrs Julian Miller MillerMiss MUterMiss MillerMiss
Miss Courtney Greenough has gone to tovisit tovIsit tovisit
visit her mother Mrs John H Griffith Griffithin Griffithin Griffithin
in Kingston N C CMiss CMiss CMiss
Miss Virginia Course of The Plains PlainsFauquler Plains PlainsFauquier PlainsFauquier
Fauquier County Count Is the guest of Miss MissHelen MissHelen MissHelen
Helen Cummings
Mrs Kate Taylor and Mr EUgene B IBTaylor BTarlor BTaylor
Taylor have gone to spend the winter in inRome inRome inRome
Rome Italy ItalyMiss ItalyMiss ItalyMiss
Miss Christina Kemper Miss CynthiThompson Cynthia CynthiaThompson C nthla nthlaThompson a
Thompson and Miss Emmav Emm Emma Carter have havereturned IULereturned havereturned
returned to StauntonMiss Staunton StauntonMlsa StauntonMls8
Miss Mary V Bggett and Mr Thomas ThomasF ThomUF
F Iddlngs were married at tho rectory rectoryof rectoryof rectoryof
of Grace Church on January Januar 1 The ceremony cere ceremony ceremon ¬
mony mon was performed by Rev Edgar Car Corpanto Carp Carpentor
panto p ntol Following the wedding Mr and andMrs nndMrs andMrs
Mrs Iddings left for Philadelphia where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they will make tholr future home homeAnnouncement homeAnnounoement homeAnnouncement
Announcement has been made of themarriage the themarriage themarrIage
marriage of Miss Roberta McCarty Stu Stuart Stuart Stuart ¬
art to Mr Gilbert Alexander Outerbrldge Outerbrldgein
in Holy Trinity Church Hamilton Parish ParishBaileys ParishBalle ParishBalleys
Baileys Balle s Bay Bermuda elands The bride brideis brideis brideis
is a daughter or Mrs Ruth Yeaton and andthe andthe andthe
the late Judge Charles E Stuart of this thiscity thiscitj thiscity
city cityMiss
Miss Marguerite V Drowns and MrCharles Mr MrCltarles r rClrarles
Charles S H Cobb of Braddock Heights Heightswere Heightswere Heightswere
were married Saturday saturday January Januar 1 at the theFirst tJ16First theFirst
First Presbyterian Predb terlan Church In Washington Washingtonby Washln on onby
by the Rev D C C MacLeod of Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton D CMiss C CMiss C11lss
Miss Esther Greene entertained atcards at atcards j
cards on Friday Frlda The guests were were Miss MissThompson MIssThompson MissThompson
Thompson of New Orleans Miss Re Rebecca Rebecca j
becca Lloyd Miss Ilss Lola Ashton Miss j i I
Katherine Waller Wall r Miss flss Cora Jones Miss MissAnna MissAnna
Anna Barley Miss Nollie Uhler Miss MissElba MissEIIa MissElia II IIAnna
Elba Douglas Miss Emma Carter Miss MissVirginia MissVirginia
Virginia Wheat Wh at Miss Christina Kemper KemporMiss KemperlI1ss KemperMiss I
Miss Esther Burke and Miss Kitty Bellof Bell Bellof Bellot
of Washington WashingtonMrs WashingtonMrs WashingtonMrs
Mrs Frances Smoot Danenhower was wasat wasat wasat
at home on Tuesday afternoon at her herapartments herapartments herapartments
apartments in the Fairfax Mrs Danen Danenhower Danenhower Danenhower ¬
hower was assisted in receiving by b her herdaughters herdaughters herdaughters
daughters Mrs David N Rust jr andMiss and andMiss andMIss
Miss Danenhower Mrs Albert Smoot SmootMrs SmootlIrs Smootairs
Mrs Robert Fuller Miss Mary Glen GlenUhler GlenUhler GlenUhler
Uhler Miss Sibyl Smoot Miss Clarence ClarenceSnewden ClarenceSnewden ClarenceSnowden
Snewden and Miss Anita Abbott of New
V 1133 > 133 for 150 Garments GarmentsChoice GarmentsChoice garments garmentsChoice
Choice of Q8 StylesL88 Styles StylesI I Ih
I jlBB 188 for 225 Garments GarmentsChoice Garmentsf GarmentsChoice
f Choice of 103 Styles StylesX227
t X227 227 for 298 Garments GarmentsChoice
h Choice of TOO Stvles StvlesJ339 Styles
J339 339 for 8398 398 Garments GarmentsChoice GarmentsChoice T TCl
Cl Choice oicc of 95 St Styles Ics
800 500 5 00 to 330 30 Garments GarmentsAt
At t Tom 10 Discount
Swiss nainsook natn ok and cambric cor corset cOrSlt corset
set cover Embroideries Embrold > rlell 18 15inchs e f
inches wide wld 5e 5 value per 25 ti tiyard C
yardDosbieed yard yardrx yardnou SdIJ
Dosbieed rx nou ttble0dg le dge Mind o Galloon Galloonopen Gal loons heavy heavyapea bea V VOPR
open and blind effect effectsto 6Ir t8 2 2to r
to 5 inche wide values u up p 2 2Sc JC
to 74c per er yard yardFancy yardFanaJ yardFa
Fancy Fa Donbloedge Galtaoue GalioousIrish GalioousIrishCrochet Irish Irishop IrishCrochet
Crochet combined with blind and andopen andopen
op open n effects e4oetao up to 8 Inches Incheswide PVf PVfwide
wide values iL1uesup up to 2210 200 200yard 75 C
yard yardCambric yardCAmbric yardCambric
Cambric Flouncings for petticoats petticoatsheavy petticoatsheav petticoatsheavy
heavy heav blind and open of Ptfects f ft ftfects r
fects 11 Inches wide Dr Drvalue 2 JC C
value alue per yard w
York served in the > diningroom Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles Irs IrsCharles
Charles Smoot served punch and MissLaura Miss MissLaura MiasLaura
Laura Smoot presided at the tea tableMiss table tableMiss tablelIaCbri
Miss lIaCbri Christina Una Kemper gave a tea on onMonday onMonday onMonday
Monday at her home in Rosemont The Theguests Thet Theguests
guests t included IbCl included e4 Miss Marshall Miss JblteeEmma M1SeEmma Misslemma
Emma Carter lltes lies Esther Greene Miss MissFrances MissFranCe8 MissFrances
Frances Danyhower Dan pbower aower Miss 188 Alice Ander Anderton Anderton Anderton
ton Miss Mary 1 ry Glen G n Uhler Miss Bather BatherBuske B8tb BatherBuse l lBute
Buske Miss lU Cora Jones Miss MI Emily EmilyJohnWn EmilyJOhdon EmilyJoh
Joh JohnWn n Miss is Rebecca Lloyd l Oyd Mtas Rob Roberta RobertA Roberta ¬
erta Roberts Miss Lola Asbton Miss Vir Virginia Virginia Virginia ¬
ginia Wheat MlM Min U Nellie elUe Uhler Miss MissElla MissElisa Us UsEliza
Ella Eliza Douglas and Miss U Marshal MarshallThe MarshalThe XarahdJThe
The Misses Clarence and MsMlo Snow Snowdea Snow SnowJen Sftowdell
dell gave a I tea on Wednesday afternoon afternoonin 8rt rnoon rnoonIn
in honor of Miss Sibyl Sm Sroaot otsl1Ias Mfas It Jean JeanBrent JeanBrent JeanBrent
Brent and Miss IM ElsI Elsie Snowdan Snow4 n assisted in inreceiving InreeelVing 1nreceiving
receiving the guestsMIN guests guestsMiss 1UeMgMl
Miss Ml Mildred Poster who lies ha boon boonspending baonapelHifnl beenspending
spending the past week in Garrisonvillo GarrisonvilloStafford GarrisonvllloStAffon GerrisonvillaStafford
Stafford County has returned rturn home homeMrs IlOmealra homeMrs
Mrs alra Cassius F Lee entertained at t cards cardson cardson cardson
on Wednesday Wednesd ednesday afternoon The guests guestswere guo guestswere ts tswere
were Mrs William Garr Henry Mrs Albert Al Albert Albert ¬
bert Smoot Mrs T Marshall Jones Mrs MrsThomas lIirsThomas MrsThomas
Thomas Robinson obln On Mrs William B Smoot SmootMrs Smoot1r8 SmootMrs
Mrs Frances Danenhower Mrs John JohnMarshall JohnI JohnMarshall
Marshall Jones Mrs William A Smoot SmootMrs SmootMra SmootMrs I
Mrs Judge Nicol Mrs Mrs rr5 Anderson Sum Summers Summers Summers ¬
mers Mrs George Uhler Mrs A D DBrocket DBrockett DBroekett
Brocket Mrs Stuart Jamieson Mrs MrsSam M MSam Irs IrsSam
Sam Monroe Mrs Louis Scott Mrs Irs Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur Snowden Mrs Lewis Cheeseman CheesemanMrs Cheeseman1Irs CheesemanMrs
Mrs David Howell Mrs Richard Gibson GibsonMrs GIbsonMrs GibsonMrs
Mrs George French Mrs Edward EdwardKemper EdwardKemper EdwardKemper
Kemper Mrs 1rs F C Foster Foster Miss Carrie CarrieStribling CarrieStribling CarrieStribling
Stribling Mrs Clarence Leadbeater Mrs MrsThomas MrsThomas MrsThomas
Thomas B Cochran Miss Cora Cochran CochranMrs CochranIrs CochranMrs
Mrs Irs Taylor Ta lor Mrs Powell Mrs John JohnLeadbeater JohnLoadboater JohnLoadbeater
Leadbeater and Miss Laura Smoot Th Thscore The Thescore Thescore e
score was kept by Miss Jean Brent Miss MissElizabeth MItisElizabeth Mlu MluElizabeth s
Elizabeth Lloyd and Miss Nellie Uhler UhlerThe UhlerThe UhlerThe
The prizes were won by Miss Phillt PhilltWattles Philiipa PhiliipaWattles PhUilpVatUes
Wattles Mrs frs Henry Randolph Burkeand Burke Burkeand Burk Burkand
and Miss Virginia Burke BurkeMrs BurkeMrs
Mrs Star Wattles Tattles had
a family re reunion reunion rounion ¬
union last week Those present were wereMr were1Ir wereMr
Mr and Mrs Thomas Lee of Wash WashBUD WashBUD WashBUD
rr W
Phlt 1r 1 BuCk
Daughter of if Solicitor Ud lr General and Mrs Downst Downs
Swiss Swl and Batiste BatJ te SmbroMor SmbroMorFlouncings 1GtnlrhtMOlY 1GtnlrhtMOlYFlouncings mWroMoryFlouncings
Flouncings heavy open ope Irish effects ef effects e eCt ¬
fects Ct 27 ± 7 Inches In h wide 14 x18values 38 fG
values per J > Vn 98 cLinen C
yard a rd rdLlaon J UU UULinon
Linen Torchon Tore Cotten puny and andPoint andPo andPoint
Point Po int de Paris Laces oas edees edges and in ¬
sertions rUo on D1 a t ttt 4 41e 1 laobe k wlfl wide
Actual values lues are 18 lie yeard yeardand 5 C
and up Choice torPoint tor forPoint torPoint
Point de Paris Pari Lace Edges and In Insertions Insertfons Insertions ¬
sertions alpo a K > F Fancy ncy Lace Bands Bandsand But4sand Bandsand
and Festoons in white cream ecru eervtand ecTUand ecruand
and black widths wkIth up to I IInches 4 fk
yard Inches Choice Some S me for worth worthicJ 2 3e c 1 I Iff wv 0 C
Ington Mr ofr and Mrs Mr rs Bowie of Wash Washington WabIngton Washington ¬
ington Mr and Mrs Alexander Keplin Keplinof Iepllnof
of Washington f Miss Caroline Lee ofWashington of ofWashington otrashington
Washington Mrs nL Rutherford Craighlll Craighllland CraighlllAnd Craighilland
and her four sons of Oakmont Pa PaMiss Pal PaMiss
Miss l Nellie Wattles ratUea Miss lias Phillips Watties Wat Wattles Wattlee ¬
ties Mr Henry Wattles Mr Ir Richard RlcbantWatUew RichardWattles RlcbardWattles
Wattles and Mr rr and Mrs William Wat WatUes Wattles at attI
Ues tI and their three children childrenThe childrenThe childrenThe
The Thursday Thursd Evening Euchre Club Clubwa Clubrn Clubwas
wa was rn delightfully deli htful1y entertained at it a mask maskparty maskJity maskparty
party at the residence of Mrs I W WBoles WBoise Yo YoBole
Boles Among the tharyterg haryCor ha tors assumed assumedwore aeeumedwore assumedwere
wore Miss tIN Riley RUe of o Baltimore BaJt1ftOre Batttore aa Lit Little LltUe Little ¬
tle Bgpt Bitfpt gpt Mrs I W Yo Boles Carrie CarrieNation CarrieNation CarrieNation
Nation Miss lIss M Boles of Braddock BradtioakHelshta BraddockleJmtB BraddookIIehhhts
Helshta Folly Mrs rrs C Lynch Vir Virginia Vlrdolo Vir Virginia ¬
ginia Dare and Miss Mi Kohler of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York The Dlnnle Sarah SarahFROM SarRhFROM SarahFROM
The list of articles furnished by thewife the thewife thewife
wife of a rich man in her suit for divorce divorcemay divorcemay divorcemay
may account satisfactorily for the dis dissipation dissipation dissipation ¬
sipation of a a sum of money something somethinglike sometblnElIko somethingliko
lIko J96Wk 300 > > but it shows her to be an aw awful awful awful ¬
ful spendthrift and worthy of the the fate fatewhich fAtewhich fatewhich
which usually comes to such beings beingsEvidently beIngsEvlllontJy beingsEvidently
Evidently her main desire was to get rid ridof ridof ridof
of the th money monc as as she could not have usedonehalf used usedonehalf usOOonehaIt
onehalf of tho clothing It purchasedThere purchased purchasedThere purchasedThere
There Is never nev6 any excuse cuse for wasteThose waste wasteThose wasteThose
Those who have money are justified In Inlavish inlavish
lavish expenditure In buying things thingswhich thIngswhich thingswhich
which add to their comfort and happinessand happiness happinessand happinessand
and please their many friends But every everything e6r e6rthing ¬
thing should be put to use and that is isnot Isnot isnot
not what always happens If discardedarticles discarded discardedarUclos j
articles were handed over to those who whocould whocould j jcould
could use them tho they would Inevitably Inevitablyreach InevitabJ InevitabJreach inevitablyreach
reach a decent end and there would bemore be bamore bemore
more comfort and happiness in the world worldI
I belong to an organization with charltable char charitable charItable ¬
itable motives in n which not a a penny is isspent isspunt isspent
spent for social purposes There Is s no nolimit nolimit nolimit
limit to the membership and no stipula ¬
tion save that of an annual contribution contributionwhose contributIonwhose contributionwhose
whose lowest limit Is the only one Bet bythe by bythe b bthe
the president who has full power of dis distribution distribution distribution ¬
tribution The members who care to BOW BOWmake fiOWmake sowmake
make garments for men women and andchildren andchildren andchildren
children those who have neither time nor norInclination norIndination norinclination
Inclination for such work contribute contributemoney contributemone contributemoney
money mone which Is converte lnto comforts comfortsfor comfortsfor comfortsfor
for the unfortunate unfortunateThere unfortunateTh2re unfortunateTharo
There is no publicity to the work of this thisclub thIsclub thisclub
club and no red tape to delay distribution distribu distribution distribution ¬
tion The president is a woman of wide widecharity widerharlt1 widecharity
charity one able to give giV generously and anaglad andglad andglad
glad to do it which is more to the pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose I think few of us give according accordingto
to our means I am sure that much can canbe canbe canbe
be found In many houses which is never neverfaithfully neverfaithfully j jfaithfully
faithfully put to use although it would wouldbrighten wouldbrIghten wouldbrighten
brighten life in humbler quarters quartersI quarters quartersI
i i i iI
I am not afraid of the th future of the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman with generous impulses she usu usually usua1ly usually ¬
ally receives quite as much as 5 she gives givesprovided gtvesprovided givesprovided
provided she uses wisdom wls om in her charity charityI
I have not forgotten the sweet old lady ladywho ladywho ladywho
who made Thanksgiving and Christmas Christmashappy Christmashappy Christmashappy
happy days In humble homes by ordering orderingbig orderIngbig orderingbig
big baskets of supplies from her grocer grocerat grocerat grocerat
at those se seasons sepsons sons She selected the con contents contents contents ¬
tents of m eaon ea9h h with an eye to the needs of ofeach oreach ofeach
each family and when she died she dele delegated delegated delegated ¬
gated her task to one whom she knew knewwould knewwould knewwould
would faithfully follow In her footsteps footstepsWhy footstepsVhy footstepsWhy
Why cannot everybody ver body do some 50pte thing ac according according according ¬
cording to mans m ans of course courseBEfTTIE courseBETTLE courseDEFILE
Paris i Patterns P ttcrn rlc NOS 3159 3172 3172All 3172AU 3172All
All Seams Allowed AllowedFor AllowedFor AI1owodFor
For early spring the garment pictured No i 3151 I is 1 UK latest style lit posses
his as It does a 0 long shawl collar and turnback cuffs Its length is 2G Inches Inchesand InchesI1d inchesand
and I1d the fronts closing in slightly sUghtl doublebreasted effect e < < eet offer opportunity for the
display of handsome hnndsom buttons or frogs A suggestion for material Is Ruslsan Ruslsangray RU8tsangray Rustsangray
gray lightweight broadcloth with deeper gray y bengaline for facing the shawl shawlcollar shawlcoUar shawlcollar
collar and cuffs while the buttons can be covered with the silk Other mate materials materIals materials ¬
rials which may mo be used are covert cloth tweed serge cheviot or unfinished unfinishedwool unfinishedwool unfinishedwool
wool The pattern Is cut In six sizes from 32 to 43 Inches bust measure For
S3 3 bust the coat requires 2 2Y yards of material 42 inches wide wideBlack wideBlack whitBlack
Black satinfaced cloth is used for this handsome outdoor garment The Thecoat Thecoat Thecoat
coat No 3172 Is In 28inch tech length and has a shaped shawl collar and pointed
lower edge The front closing is effected in
slanting line and the bock is ar arranged arranbed arranged ¬
ranged to correspond Theclosefltting Theclose ttlnb sleeve is finished by b a turnback cuff cuffAmong cuffAmong cuffAmong
Among the material which will lend themselves attractively to the development developmentof
of this design are Venetian or covert cloth cheviot serge Panama eloth or orheavy orheaY orheavy
heavy silk The shawl collar and the cuffs may ma be faced with contrasting con ttDg ma material material material ¬
terial or heavily braided or embroidered The pattern is cut in five e sizes ib from 32 32to 32to 32to
to 40 Inches bust measure For 36 bust th thy coat requires 3 3Yi 31 yards of material
42 Inches wide widel
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