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The President and Mrs. Wilson started out about 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon for an automobile ride into Virginia, going by the way of Alex nadira. The Secretary of the Navy, Jose phcs Daniels, will leave Washington ?? tomorrow for North Carolina, where he will make an address at the State Pre?s Association convention at j . f Wrightsville. a pleasure resort out side cf Wilmington, where the asso ciation will be in session several days. The Secretary will return to Wash ington and leave here again on Fri day with Mrs. Daniels for the Pa .cific Coast, to be present when the new Pacific fleet arrives in San Fran cisco to be reviewed by the President and Secretary Danifls. Mrs. Daniels returned yesterday from Atlantic City, where she passed the week-end with Mrs. George Dewey. Mr. Ereckinril^e Long. Third As sistant Secretary of State, returned | yesterday from New York, where he; passed the week-ed. Representative Henry D. Flood w;llj go to New York shortly to sail for; France, where he will make an ex-1 tended tour. Former President Pardo, of Peru, I with his family, has arrived in Pan ama on his way to Washington, for a j v:sit. Dr Francisco Enrique Carvajal. former President of the Dominican republic, has arrived In the United Vernon Corset Shop Corset Sale A'ow On I Oy n Saturdays 733 7th*St., N. W FORM-FITTINO MODELS 1111 F STREET N. W. o n States from the Peace Conference in Paris, where he went as a represent ative of his country to present Its claims. Dr. Carvajal will come to Washington shortly to have an in terview with the President. Mr. Henry Getty Chilton, secretary of the British Embassy, who spent a few days with his family in Grsn* Rapids, Mich.. Is now staying with Maj. and Mrs. Perry Belmont In New port. CAPT. AND MRS. HOPE ARE BACK IN TOWN. Capt. John Gregory Hope, of the British army, and Mrs. Hope will return to Washing-ton today from a short visit in Stamford, Conn. Mrs. Will'am B. Orme is making an extended stay in Atlantic City, j Capt. James Orm<\ who has Just j been honorably discharged from the j army, will leave Washington this1 week for his home in New York, and will resume there his business ' interests dropped for the period of; the war. . Col. Frederick L. Dengler has re turned to Washington after spend-1 ing the week end in Philadelphia.! Mrs. E. C. Schroeder. wife of Dr.! Schroeder. has gone to New York to spend a fortnight. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. William Mitchell left Washington yesterday i to motor to Atlantic City where they will make a short visit. Representative and Mrs. Warren Gard will leave Washington next week for a motor trip through the Berkshires. They will be accom panied bv Mrs. Gard's mother and brother-in-law and sister. Mrs. John R. .Woods and Mr. and Mrs. John F. Neilan, who will arrive here on Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Gard. making the trip by motor fronx their home in Hamilton. O. | Mr. and Mrs. Gard have leased an apartment in the Woodward and will take possession early in Au gust. Mrs. Marshall Field entertained a large company at dinner Saturday evening at Selwood. the Beveridgo j cottage at Beverly Farms. Mass. YOUNGSTERS HAVE friends at a party yesterday after Robinson Cox Glazebrook and Miss J Virginia Truxton Glazebrook, the | youti? son and small daughter of I>r. | ^nd Mrs. T?arkm W. Glazebrook. en- j tertained a number of their young : "quick-as-a-wink'' hot water. The hot wcter service cf the pretentious resi dence can be duplicated in the modest home ? at very small cost by installing a ] Gas Water Heater that is Automatic It produces steaming hot water for every conceivable use?domestic or personal? instantly ?ai the Turn of a Faucet The turn of the faucet is the only effort required, a's these devices are entirely auto matic?saving time and labor in the kitchen, laundry and bath. We have all kinds from this automatic type to the style which heats water in the kitcher boiler, and your choice may be charged and paid for in small monthly sums. Call and Make Your Selection and Begin to Enjoy This Unmatched Summer Convenience i Washington Gas Light Co. Sales Dept., 419 10th St. N. W. ^7/ c^_ friends at a party yesterday aft noon at their summer home at Beth esda Md. Dr. Glazebrook and hi* family will leave Washington Krlday [ to motor to Bluepolnt. U I., where they will remain a month at the sum mer home of Mrs. Henry D Pry and the late Dr. Fry. Mrs, Fry ia passing 1tie .season at Loon Lake. Lieut. Carl Minnlgerode spent the week-end in Middleburg, Va. Mrs. Hugh Gaylord Barclay, who has been the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs. E. M. Talcott. since last April, will leave Washington the flrsl week in August for her home in Mobile. Ala. Mrs. Frances Wheatley Borden and her son. Samuel Wheatiev Borden will go to Charlottesville, Va.. within a few days to visit Mrs. Borden's brother-in-law and sister, Col W C Dawson, u. 8. M. C., retired, and Mrs. Dawson at their home there They will make the trip by automo bile. Mr Borden, who waa living In Wilmington. Del., after hi* return from France, where he served wltn the French Ambulance Corps, has re turned to Washington and Is residing with his mother at her home in Kdge jnoor. MR. AMI MRS. MANN HAVE PROMINENT GfESTS. Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Mann have as their guests at their summer home at Coolidge's Point, Manchester Mass., Ml. and Mrs. William He Clellan Ritter. Announcement was made yester day of the engagement and ap proaching marriage of Miss Lucie Carter Tompkins, daughter of Mr. George H. Tompkins, a local bicycle dealer, of Richmond. Va., and Mr. Ohiswell Dabney Langhorne Per kins. son of the late Mr. and Mrs T. Monciire Perkins, of Richmond and a nephew of Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson, of New York. His mother died of lieart disease In New York several years ago when shopping with Mrs. Gibson. The marriage will take place in the early autumn Mr Berkins is a brother of Mrs. Nancy Field, widow of Henry Field, a grandson of the late Marshall Field, of Chicago. Col. and Mrs. T. M. Spaulding, who were in New York for a few days, are now in Magnolia, Mass. Mme. Emil Hugli, of Rerne. Switx erland. who was formerly Miss Kthel ('amp of this city, is on her way here to visit her mother. Mrs. A. K. Camp. She arrived in New York yesterday and will come directly here to remain several months. Mme. Ilugli is iden tified with musical circles as well as society in thrs city. Representative and Mrs. Joe Kagle will go to Atlantic City on Friday. Capt. and Mrs. Fisher I* Royd. who havp been living in Washing ton, have taken the house of Col. and Mrs. Charles H. Frazier, on Old Lancaster road. Haverford. I*a. Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Ruth Ilan nan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph F. Hannan, of Lynn. Mass.. and Lieut. John C. Coughlin. of Au gusta. Me. Lieut. Coughlin was! wounded in the Argonne and cited for bravery. Miss Hannan is a grad uate of Smith College. Count and Countess della Gherar- | desca, of Italy, the latter formerly Miss Harriet Taylor, are making their first American visit since the beginning of the war, and are the i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. C. I Taylor at Newport. They are re- j ceiving a warm welcome from their i many friends in the summer colony, j Theodora is the name of the I daughter born to Capt. and Mrs. ) Archibald Roosevelt about three \ weeks ago. She was christened Sun- | day morning in Christ Church, at Oyster Ray. L I., by the Rev. George Talraadge. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt I and Mrs. Kermit Roosevelt were her- godmothers and Mr. Robert Perkins was her godfather. Dr. Daniel Webster Prentiss, having I been honorably discharged from the I United States army has returned to I his tome, 1213 M street. MR. NICHOLSON LEAVES CITY. Leonard L. Nicholson. Jr.. has gone I to Ocean City, Md.. to join Mrs. Nich- j Don't stay indoors becau< your skin is unsightl> Resino) will heal it quick! The discomfort of hearing unfavt Me comments upon one's complexio id of realizing that one's s*in is u: ithtly, can be prevented by Resin* )intment, which not only heals a sic !.in,but protects a healthy one. Aide >y Kesinol Soap, it heals eczema, hclj .) remove other eruptions, excessi\ Iryness or oiliness of the skin, an nables one to have a complexion tha xcites compliment instead of unfavor ble comment. At all dealers. Vns$cm& Lee's IPeirs?m&fl Amweirs T? HlemM Me^deirs9 %nesftii?m Cool drinks should aid in driving away summer heat. And I have gome very good new recipes for making all kinds of ades. Mint lemonade is probably the most re freshing. At any rate there is something about mint that makes one feel cool. Pick off and was^i a handful of fresh mint leaves, bruise them gently in the fingers, And put in the bot tom of 'a tall glass. Add the juice of one lemcn, bruise again with a spoon, add sugar to taste and fill the glass with iced water. Raspberry lemonade is right in season now and is very easily made. Take two tablespoonsful of the juice of crushed red raspberries, add the juice of one lemon, two tablespoonsful of sugar and cooled water. Garnish with mint leaves. For those who care for ginger semcone has invented such a simple little recipe of making the best kind of a ginger lemon ade. Add the juice of one-half a large lemon to two teaspoons ful of sugar and one-half teaspoonful of chopped candie ginger. Add two tablespoonsful of pineapple juice, fill the glass with the cooled water, and sprinkle the top with chopped ginger. Garn ish with a lemon slice. Upon request I will be glad to furnish other such recipes as currant delectable, rhubarb wine and root beer. Doubts Source of Letter*. Dear Miss Lee: My friends say that practi cally *11 of the questions and answer* that apicar in *ich oolumnn as yours are made up. ?A Header. If you will take the time to cotnt in to see me. I will be glad to show yob the originals of a sufficient number of such Inquiries as to set tle the doubt in your mind. A good test would be to send your own questions in. American Girls Abroad. n?r Miss Lee: Can you explain **nething ' I noticed about American girls who were abroad I daring the war* The thing that baffled m? j was their attitude whiah it bnat devribrd by the phrase "too murti good stuff " TTiey seem-j td to think they wen- better than those Uiej sera thrown with.? R. 1). Many girls who had been used to every convenience on this side be fore the war went over there to help out and paid all of their own ex pense?. For this reason they were compelled, aside from ordinary con ditions of war. to get along in less expensive quarters, etc., than ever before. It was only natural that they should take time to become ac customed to new conditions. To Cinln Flesh. IVar Miss Lee: I am 19 years r?f age. and during the psi*' year hate lost my flesh and i rosy checks. Will >"U kindlj advise me huw I | can regain them??P. H. Before meals take a tablespoonful of olive oil. Drink plenty of milk and j eat raw e?gs. If you desire a pood j recipe for mixing the milk and eg^s I J will be glad to furnish you with one. i Also take plenty of exercise. ( hnngrd Ills Mind. Dear Mlss I>ee: I hate gone with a girl for two jrars and believed that I loved her;', ihe had every reasuu to believe so too Two months ago I mrt another girl who I realize now means more to me. What do yeg^r suggest ? "?? I If there is anything like an en- ? gage men t between you, by all means i tell the girl the truth. It will be' much kinder, and you may find that I she did not take the matter as seri- 1 ously as you believed. f Hair Worn to Show the Kara. Dear MIm I>ec: So?r.? of mv girl friends enr- ' tinually discuss ways of wearing their hair Is ' it immodest for a pirl to dress her hair ko ' that Iter earn ahow?--!*. rpieaed. There is certainly no fault to be ! found with that method of dressing the hair. As I have said before, the i girl who is able to wear her hair that | way is indeed fortunate. No Explanation. TVar Miss Lee: I met a yonng man last | winter snj after a number of toonths we be- j c.iire enjragrd. Then fir some unknown reason ; he sti>>xv] going with me. and dues not even , . rp-ak to me. Although I hare many other j j friends 1 fcri as though life is not worth living, | , and it scrns that I will nerer know what was I wrong, please give me some help if you can. Virginia Girl. It seems there is no move for you ' I to make in a case like that. Try j , to forget, and maybe some day he 1 1 will forgive. Ts there no mutual j j friend who could ascertain the cause? I llcr Sinter's Friend. TVir Miss Among my sister's boy friends j | was one. who after nveting me, took us both ! out. together. When she returned from her va- j cation ho ti?ld her he would not call on her j olson and the children, who are spend ing the summer there. Mrs. Herbert A. Brown will go to' | Blue Ridge Summit, Pa., at tho end | of the week. Maj. Eric Lubeck hag returned to Washington after an extended West ern trip and is staying at the Officers' Club. Mrs. Lubeck has returned to their home in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Walton J. Lambert and Mrs. Kearney Carr are at the New Ocean House. Swampscott, Mass.. for the remainder of the summer. Rear Admiral and Mrs. Thomas J. fcowie, of this city, have ended a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Rob ert E. I-edbetter, wife of Capt. Led better, U. S. N., in Newport. Mr. and Mrs. John Hays Ham mond have as their guept at Elm Court, Lenox, Mass., Mr. James A. Burden, jr., and Coster Schermer horn. Mrs. John C. O'Connell is enter taining at her villa in Lenox her mother. Mrs. Julia McCauley, and the Misses Edie and Miss Rose Mc Cauley, of this city. DON'T STAY GRAY?Try Colorine Not a penny to risk. Your money back if Scheffler's Hair Colorine does not restore the original color to your gray hair at once. Results astonishing. A harmless prepara tion known for 30 years. Not sticky or dirty. Applied at home or by hair dresser. Color restored Immediately. Not affected by washing, shampoo or soap. Try it on this free, money-back offer. 617 ^fourteenth. SUTLVk Millinery of Exdosivt Design NSv MVjE^L/vo^ ?gain brcnuse he th'mght ft l?L Later I met him on the street and he told me his naaon for acting as hi.* did was that he admired mo mere than my ?jUt, and wanted to call ou ma. Now do you tliink it would l? i*i>j>er for m? to go with him, inaanmch as he was her friend ttnrt.?? Worry Your sister has probably ceased to give the matter a thought. You might speak to her about it, or if you are certain she did not take the matter seriously by all means be friends with the young- man. Military Rank. Hear Miss Ivc: Has the President nt the United Statm and the Secretary of War mili tary rauk* If so, what??A. J. K. The Constitution gives the Chief Executive the power of commander in-chief of the army. Officially he is supreme. The Secretary of War is head of the War Department, per forming duties involved in the main tenance of the army invested in him by the rights of his office and those placed upon him by the President. Annoyed by Fleaa. Dear Mis? Ix-c: cat at our house je ma to lia*e ajTcad fleaa e??i into my r*?t Is there anything 1 cut do to holp get rid ut them??E. K B. For fleas on a dog or a cat, placj the animal in a box without a top. and rub a good insect powder plenti fully into its liair. The fleas will drop off. afid if a little straw Is in the bottom of the box to hold ihwrj they may be burned with 1L The powder must be of good quality, and the application should be made on a clear, dry day. Insect powder well sprinkled about a room will tend to discourage the pests. NEW STYLE IN CHECKED SILK By FLOREXCE ROSE. (Copyright. ,1919. by Florence Rose.) The pipe-stem skirt, which made its appearance last season, was short lived and was really accepted by a very few. Even the straight skirt most of the women have had made wide enough this season to allow them to walk with ease. After all, demand is always met and the fashions are once more swinging back to the full skirt?creeping in, very ? likely best describes it, for as yet the skirts, no matter how wide they may 'be around the hips and knees, are narrow about the ankles. At times the great fullness above tends to giv^the lower part of skirts a narrower appearance than they have in reality. The artist has made you a sketch of one of the new dresses made* in pink and white checked silk. Here we note the tight bodice with the short kimono sleeve, the large rounded neck line finished with a rolling collar edged with a plaiting of white chiffon. The turned-back cult is treated in the same manner. The straight foundation skirt Is finished in a like way. The full skirt is bloused over the foundation. SEPARATE WASH SKIRTS. Separate wash shirts are to be hadi n a wide variety of materials and in many unusual and pleasing designs. One recently seen was of organdie and Japanese crepe?the organdie forming the deep yoke, lengthened by a deep battlement flounce section of the crepe. The girdle and pocket are also of the crepe. "Aid you bring: the peaches for the short cake?" asked the muskrat lady housekeeper when Uncle Wig gily drove up. "A .bushel of them." answered Uncle Wftffffily," and here's Jollie. tne mouse -boy, who will help carry them in" Then Nurse Jane made two or three of the loveliest peach short cakes you ever saw, and when they were finished set them out in the back entry until it was time to eat them at supper. Jollie, .the raousle boy, had been invited to stay to tea, and when Nurse Jane was setting- the table Jollie suddenly ran up to her and cried: "Oh, Uncle Wiggily! Oh. Nurse Jane! The Pipsisewah, the Skeezlcks and the Skuddlemagoon are at the back door!" "Yes. ^we are here," cried the Pip sisewah. stepping into the kitchen, followed by the other two bad chaps. "We came to bite souse off your ears. Uncle Wiggily. but when we saw the lovely peach short cakes we Just ate one of those instead. And we want to say that the peach short cake was so good and made us feel so happy that we aren't going to take a bit of your souse. And we're sorry we bothered you the other day." "Well, so long^ay there was plenty of cake, I'm glad they took that in stead of my souse.'*" said the bunny, as the three, sometimes bad. chaps hopped away. "It's a good thing you made enough. Nurse Jane." And I think so too. And if the potato pancake doesn't try to roll up in a ball and Jump rope with the lamp post. I'll tell you next about Uncle Wiggily and the plums. HOROSCOPE. TI ESDAY, JULY 29. 1919. (Copyright, 1919, by the McClare New*i***r Syndicate.) Planetary influences stroncrly con flict today, according to astrology. While Mercury. Jupiter. Neptune, the Sun and Venus are all in bene flc aspect, Saturn. Mars and Uranus are adverse. During this configuration the mind is likely to be more or less upset. Uncertainty, misgivings ar.d even depression may result^ the brain is sensitive to psyc" impressions. Through the safeguarding thought and the maintaining o^| positive mental attitude it is sible to dominate conditions stead of beine ruled by them. London will have exciting eve| if th<* signs are read aright fires will cause serious damage. Treachery and double-dealing predicted in one international is^ The passage of Saturn through is likely to have bad effects in tain quarters. The death of a famous authorj foretold. This will be closely lowed by the passing of one of friends, also a national figure. Race questions will come 1l prominence next month, owing T some dramatic event or extraorf nary occurrence, astrologers p| diet. Airships supposed to be cially aided by the good aspects J Uranus will* reach a surprisl point of development within a vq because of some peculiar demi for their services. The stars read as directing encouraging the accumulation great wealth appear to presage shrinkage of bitr fortunes here ] the United States. Co-opera tl enterprises seem to be forshadowfl Persons whose birthdate it have the forecast of an active yd with much business success. Leg acies and gifts are augured. Children born on this day are likely to be kind, affectionate and industrious. These subjects of Leo usually make many friends ar.d rise rapidly in any vocation. D II Nightwear Silk Waists / & Skirts S. Suzuki & Co. 614 14th St. N. W. Bet. FAG Ms. Main 7514 Wonder Hats They are a \fronder as to style and price. You'll wonder how we can sell them at $5.50, $7.50, $10 N. Bachrach & Co., 915 G Street N. W. \#oo&war6 Cotbrop New York?WASHINGTON?Pari,. What So Many Women Have Been Waiting for? New Arrival Colonial Glass Many of our patrons have been anxioudy awaiting thk announcement. Colonial Glass is refined enough for the most particular hostess, and durable and inexpensive enough for the hardest usage. Its plainness of line makes it usable with any class of table setting. Our qualities are exceptionally meritorious, as we hare confined our selections to the best makes?prices are deserving of mention for their moderation. Assortments are much larger than they have been this season: Sugar Bowls, Cream Pitchers. Covered Supar Bowls, Punch Bowls, Punch Cups, Fruit Bowls. Salad Bowls, Cruets for Oil and Vinegar, Bonbon Dishes. Sauce Dishes. Ice Cream Dishes. Sherbet Glasses, Water Bottles, Water Pitchers. Water Tumblers, Flower Vases, Butter Dishes, Iced Tea Glasses, Water Jugs. Specials Two glass. Iced Tea TmnWer? Fplenoid shapes. Special, gl.20 dozen dear Water Tumblers Regular idee; splendid quality, i Special, dozen. Sherbet Glutei Very attractive pattern ! *hape. Special. dozen. Lemonade Cops Or Punch Cups, handled. t rial. Jl.oo dozen. i and Spe Large Showing of Pitchers and Jags Water Pitchers, in the low, | New Water Jug that prevents squat shape with bulging ice from pouring out, having an ter: straight jug shapes and ? others. An extremely good val- 1 incurved top; large, full aha;>e; u? at 40e. | half-gallon size. 60c Fifth Coor, F Btraet. "There's only one way to make you knew they soon cruel finKers but 1 ^ould disappear. lut, oh. I he deepest pain was In ' heart. I did not expect that to t so soon. 1 lay in b?-d, thinking, iking, thinking. What should I He had gon< farther ?han ev*r re. 1 Lad even- reason to believe night go beyond thi?. fore I slept, I heard Crittenden id the stairs and go to bed. He not come to my door as I haJf cted he would. And I was glad Lat. was rying to grope my way out he dark. And, oh, how dark estaurants car is not completely equip less it boasts of a Becker estauranL rn in a variety of style* and leather, moleskin ar.d black. || for two to seven persons. al! Restaurant for four per sons, price $10.73. Vacuum Bottles, Thermos and Other Makes For the Home, Office or Outing. Becker's Leather Goods Co. 1324-1326 F Street N. W. Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought, end which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of . and has been made under his per nor , 6onal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations end " Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the bealth of Infants and Children?Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR! A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pareeorfe, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contain? neither Opium, Morphine nor other narc:-tic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS (Bears the Signature In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought