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The President accompanied
by Mr?. Wilson. John Randolph Boiling and Rear Admiral Cary T. Grayaon when he attended the srame of the Police Department and Home Defense League at American Park >e?terdavy afternoon. News has reached Washington from London that Fortura Xavler. Brazilian Minister to Oreat Britain, has been appointed Brazilian Am bassador to the United States to succeed Domiclo da Qama Senor da Clams, whb represented Brssil In Washington for many years, was recalled several years ago to take a cabinet post, but It had been ru mored lately that he would return |here. The Minister of Bolivia and Mme. Calderon. who. with Senorita Cal deron. spent last week motoring through the Blue Ridge Mountains, have returned to Washington. The Minister of the Serbs. Croats and Slovenes and Mme. Grouitch are sgain at the legation, after an ab sence of nearly- two months, durtng whicft time they made a series of visits to friends at Tuxedo. New port. Dublin. K. H . where they were the guests of Mr. Franklin MacVeagh; 8tockbridge. Bar Harbor and North East Harbor. The min ister returned a week or more ago, while Mme. Grouitch made short visits to Mrs. Allerton Cushman and Mrs. James Byrne, in North East Harbor, and Mrs. Henry F. Dimock, in Bar ^larbor. While in New Eng land Mme. Grouitch visited the va rious committees of the Serbian aid fund, which she has established in the course of the past six years, during which time Serbia has been at war. The Minister and Mme. Grouitch are expecting a visit in October from Lord and Lady Swaythllng. of ^England. who are coming to Ameri ca td place their second son. the Hon. Ewen Montagu, at Harvard University, where he will follow a course in American law. Lord 8waythling's brother is the Hon. Lionel Montagu, secretary for India in the present British cabinet. During the war Lord and Lady Sway th ling entertained Admiral Sims and the officers of his staff at their country place. Townehill Park, near Southampton, and. also provided hospitality for many of the sailors stationed at the Ameri can naval base, at Southampton. L*dy Swaythling is ono of Queen Mary's favorites and is very inti mate With all of the royal family, and has been closely associated with them in charitable work. She is one of the official hostesses for the liberal party, of which her husband is a leader in the House of Lords. The distinguished visitors will sail for America September *, on the Carmania. and immediately aft er their arrival will go to Newport, wnwre they will be the guests of Admiral and Mrs. Sims, later sroing to Cambridge to place their son be fore coming to Washington. LIEUT. H. F. ARMSTRONG E.\ ROt'TE HOME. The military attache of the United States legation at Belgrade, the cap ital of the kingdom of the Serbs, ?"roats and Slovenes. Lieut. Hamilton Fish Armstrong, and Mrs. Armstroifk are on their -vay to America and will sail from England September 6 for New York. Mrs. Armstrong was be fore her marriaze Miss Helen Byrn*? davghter of Mr. and Mrs. James Byrne, of New York, and went to France to do Red Cross work early in the war. Mr. Armstrong, who had boer work in 5 fo - t he Serbian cause xince 1912. was attached to the royal Serbian mission before being appointed to the legation in Serbia, and on hia way to his post was married in Paris to Miss Byrne, wnose father was one of the American commissioners of the Red Cross in Rome at that time. Mr. and Mrs. Honore Palmer, of Oncago and family and Prince Michel C&ntacuzene and Princess Canta <^uzene. who have spent August at Dixville Notch. Bretton Woods. N H will pass a part of the winter in Washington at the home of their arandmother. Mrs. Frederick Dent Grant. Miss Elizabeth Beach and Miss Grace Beach, daughters of Mr and Mrs. Morgan Beach, will go today to New York to visit their mother's brother in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Patchln. Miss Sydney Burleson, ia^ghte: . ' rho Postmaster General Have a complexion that everyone admires *nvy * good complexion. Am* ., t>Each,,'roe cleanse your face with Resinol Soap you give it a "beauty "'TT ^W"h 'he *??thin?. healing Resmol medicafon. If aided, in severe cases, by a little Resinol Ointment, this T T V" comP'?iPn naturally ~ **? and fr" from Pimpl?. red ness, roughness and blotches. Rg?inol Soap ? Ointment ir. Kld bT ?II druffgi.tt. Try ? ad we ho. bCTrfci.1 ,h '?*. nol ohlr for tlx tkin bat r the hair as well. ORIGINAL AND ARTISTIC Furniture Designed in Our Factory to Meet Individual Needs. Tuohey Bros. 1328 G STREET N. W. ^CORSET SHOP FORM-FITTING models 1111 f STREET N. W. IVV- "Tt Clings" and Mrs. A S. Burleson wUl Join them th?re later. Mrs. Llla D. Goldsborough Is visit ing In Lexington. Ky. Miss Gladys Hinckley Is visiting Mrs. jAies' McDonald In Newport. Mrs. John J. Hamilton and her two children have returned from an ex tended visit at the Thousand Islands. Mrs. John Sidney Webb hM relu?ed after a visit to her son and *au?hter. in-law. Mr and Mrs. Hayw?rd Hutch inson Webb. In Altoona. Pa. | Mrs. Walter Penfleld. who Is spend ing the summer on the North sh0?; ! will return to Washington the end of I the month. i Mrs. Daniel Thew Wright has re ! turned from an extended stay at the | White Sulphur Springs. I Miss Betty Bhrlverf who is the guest I of Miss Scott, of Philadelphia, in Cape May. N. J* will come back to J Washington this week. j Mrs. Harry Kite will remain at | White Sulphur Springs until the end ! of the month. MRS. K. R. HBUIF.RG AT EDGEMOOR. Mrs. ?. R. Heiberg, widow of j Ma). Heiberg. U. S. A., after spend I Ing the early part of the summer In Virginia, has returned to Washing ton. and with her daughter and I younger son has reopened her ! home at Edgemoor. Md. Mr. and Mra. Charles Carroll I Glover are expecting a visit from their daughter. Mme. van Swln deren. wife of the - Netherlands j minister to ^JUiglana? and their | children thl? autumn. Mme. van | Swlnderen will arrive early In Oc | tober and will remain until after Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Glover are now .at their summer home In Maine, but are returning within a week or ten j days to Westover. their country I place on the outskirts of Washlng I ton. Ma) and Mrs. Algernon Burnaby. of England, and Mr. and Mrs_ | Thomas I,indsay. sons-in-law and I daughters of Mrs. Thomas Nelson 1 Page, are spending the summer at 1 York Harb?r. in the beautiful sum | mer home of Mrs. Page. I Mrs. Robert S. A. Dougherty, who i spent several months with her mother. Mrs James Brewster^ at her home in Leavenworth. Kan has returned to Washington and joined Col. Dougherty at Stoneleigh Court, where they have taken an I apartment for the season. Mrs Elliott Woods, who is spend ing the summer at Spring Lake N. j wtil not return to her home here until October. ! MII.LS-JAMESON WEOnUiB SOON. ! Another autumn brl.l- wi'l be Miss I.vdl* Corning Mills, daughter of Mr 1 and Mrs. Oeorge Thomas Mills, of Ro!r.nd Park. Md.. whose mariloge to Mr. J. Clarence Jamesor.. Jr.. of ! Washington, will take place on Sep | tember 50 at St Ignatius Church. In Baltimore. ... 1 Mrs. Edward J. Gallagher. Jr.. will be the matron of honor and only at tendant. Mr. Jameson will have as hi. best man hi-, cousin. M?l. Louis i Remsen de Rode, of the T'ntte I S ates | Marine Corps, who has just returned I from overseas. j An September 5. 8:S0 p. mv the Or I der of T.a Fayette will celebrate the ! 162d birthday anniversary of the French hero, who gave the enthusi ; asm Of his youth to the United St*'" t in Its struggle for political ""depend ! ence. at the Washington Club, 1TO1 K street northwest. i Mr. Neyles Colquitt will present I French and American (lags, donated by Lieut. Ora A Marlln. T . S. N . to the order. The flags will be received by Dr. Joseph G. B. Bulloch, head of the order in Washington. D. C. There will be patriotic French and American songs. Mrs. Paul Anderson I will give the aria from 'Cleopatra ; and "I-a Fayette, We Are Coming. This Will be followed by a reception. ! dancing and light refreshments. Miss Katharyn Maher and Miss Lena Leary are spending a few days in Atlantic City, the guests of friends. I Among the guests at the "ew and exclusive Hotel Ambassador, Atlantic City from Washington are: Mr. K. H Johnston. Mr. D. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs F. G. Wilcox, Mr John Maury. Mr. B. A. Morse. Mrs. G. M. Reyburn. M*sa Edna Mackahan and Mr. Frederick Trenson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Payne Whit ney. Miss Flora Payne Whitney and Mr. Cornelius Vanderbllt Whit ney will return to their home at Westbury. L. I., from Newport, on September 15. John Garrett, United States Min ister to The Hague. Is visiting his brother. Robert Garrett, of Balti more. at his camp at Paul Smith's. A A Phlpps and R W. 8. Hill, of this city, are making a short stay in Newport. Mr and Mrs. Raymond T. Baker entertained about 1? of their friends at a ball at Holmwood. their Lenox residence. Saturday night. It was the first large party they have given here since their marriage In June. 1918. and the first dance Mrs. Baker has given at Holmwood, so that It was in reality a belated house warm ing Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Pearce have gone to Plttsflelfl. Mass. Walter Denegre has returned to his summer home a*t Manchester kfter a visit In Philadelphia. October 4 has been selected by Miss Rose Wood, daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. P. Bryson Wood, of Balti more, for her marriage to Mr. Philip Graham Connell. of Chicago. Miss Wood is one of three beautiful sis ers. the others being Mrs. Harry ^ A. Parr, jr.. of Baltimore, and Mrs. Will lam N. ieffers. of Washington. Pay master P. Bryson Wood. U. S. N.. is a brother. Mr. Connell is the son of Mr. Charles J. Connell and the late Mrs. Connell, of Chicago. Mrs. J. Paul Yoder and her young daughter. I-eona Kidwell Yoder, will return to Washington this week from a visit In Virginia In the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Wilson, after spending the early summer at Vir ginia Beach. HOMESPUN FOR FALL SPORTS. The autumn sports are rough horpe spun stitched with many rows of coarse, colored silk. BED TIME PLAY FOR CHILDREN TWO SPEEDY SHADOW FL-YERS Tonight our shadow playmates are a speedy pair! We have with us?hidden in these nimble fingers of ours?a big Amer ican eagle?think of that!?the same eagle that appears on the silver dollar?and tne United States weal! You make his shadow by holding your hands so?as in the picture. Then?here's fun!?look who comes dashing into the picture on his fiery steed! A Jockey?ready to run a race! Make another of those little hats cut from paper?like you made for the fisherman, curl your fingers just so. and set the hat on top. Take two threads or pieces of string to make the shadow of his reins?and there you are! But see, it's time for little folks to be ftsleep. so this Jockey remem bers his manners and gallops away, calling back Goodnight! Ib ROMANCES OF A SUMMER GIRL By Zoe Beckley Copyright 1919 By N. E. A. (Dorothy, njtfd 26. 1m upending the nummer at Lively Bf?rb, having ataked her Job and |500 aavlngn on the chance of winning a aultahle hnil band during the aummer. These are her letter* home to Joan, her chum.) ORCHARD INN. ? Friday Night. j Oh. Joan?Joan?he Is Iwonderful! j Do you know that feeling, dear.! of being swept off your feet with admiration as you watoh a man i playing some dfTflcult. skillful game of which he Is complete master? A man In a ballroom, or across a dinner table, is an interesting' creature?to a degree. How great a degree depends on whether hej has a knack for entertaining you. j jYou may be more entertaining! than he is. The ballroom or the conversational meal may be your own special province. and you shine at it?if you are a girl with | charm. But oh. my dear, when you And yourself in the realm ' where the man is Jupreme. and ; you hardly count, then's the time! your little old soul gets the thrill!' "Raving as usual!" I hear you | say. sighing as you turn the page. i f But I'll wager even you with your calm indifference to men j would experience a ripple at the way Captain Wallis went at this I task of writing that 30.000-word ! novelette and getting it into the (hands of his publisher within ex | actly ten days. As for your humble servant, i well, she never worked so hard j j before in all her sweet young life. Believe me. d^ar. I am earning my | double pay of flfty per. I am thankful now for those) , gruelling years I put. in as a $12 i typist with the old McGraw \Pat- ? I tern Company. They broke my ; 'spirit, shredded my illusions, gave! j mfe seven gray hairs and ruined my I disposition. But they taught me I fast typing. Except for that. I should not now be here in this j sylvan dell, helping the greatest i living novelist do the great Ameri | can novel! And experiencing a I real adventure ? Joan, it's wonderful, feeling at i the edge of Something Happening Tall the time. I don't permit myself ! to peer over the edge. I'd rather j not quite know what is there. It is enough to live in the moment. To see him stride up and down I the floor worrying his stubby pipe j and fro-wnirtg into the world of thought and composition which en ! gulfs him to the point of his being ' unconscious of his surroundings. To watch the proofs of his weav ing of words. To sense his mas tery of the plot he is shaping:. And oh. Joanie, to have him sometimes stop for a moment out of that imaginary world, pause at my side and ask for the turn of a phrase, the spelling of a word, the name of some fabric or detail of a woman's dress that his masculin# mind fumbles sver' It makes me feel as if T had a tiny part in his work ?and I am so proud and happy. "You're a Miracle." ho said to night when we had finished! "Noth ing less. Girl, I " He came so close to me as 1 sat at my little typewriter table that his coat brushed my elbow. Something quickened my breath ?an odd nervousness, us I waited for him to finish?but he turned abruptly away with a disappoint ing: "I'm tremendously grateful." "Grateful, nothing!" I tried to laugh gayly. "Why. it's been no end of fun." "What has?" he asked quickly. ''Why?doing this." I smiled, wav ing a comprehensive hand over the typewriter, the sheets of print. "Wasn't it just plain hard work?" His voice held the tone that al ways puzzles me?half sharply questioning, half c aressingly eager. I give you my word, Joan. I did not know at that moment whether I or not 1 was losing my head and becoming a sentimental fool. I took refuge in banter. ?'Oh. not plain!" I babbled. "It was a most ornamental contrast to "Yours of yeslerday's date received and I beg to state that the nine j teen gross of ratchet wheels.' etc.. I etc. Think what fun it is for a humdrum stenographer like me to be srcinR an author in action." "Woman, don't you dast make fun of me!" He though it best to take the cue ^rom my Jesting. Then, attain dropping his voice to the tone that unhinges my calm: "Hut the whistle's blown. The day's work is done. I'm not a i novelist now nor you a secretary. I I^et's go awalking." We did go walking. Joan. But I won't spoil this letter by telling you what a horrid ending that walk had. DOLLY -DUMPS. T? iemfid Peffs?n&all Amweirs "Don't be a 'me too'"?that is the subject two girls begged me to write upon. It seems that there are a great many folks in this world of ours who never express an opinion of their own, never disagree?always "yes, I think so, too," or a nod of the head? haven't you noticed it also? If you are tempted to lose your originality to such extent, just ride over the tempta tion and express your opinion on the subject under discussion or at least say: "Do you think sol I do not agree." Of course the person who is forever coming to the front with a "not at all" or "I know better," is just as big an ex tremist, but like most things there's a happy medium here and it isn't struck by deceiving yourself. Don't agree with Mrs. Jones that the new minister is a fanatic and then agree with Mrs. Smith that those who oppose the minister arc old fogies and he certainly is the best yet. Your agrceabtencss will betray you in the end and "me too" will be branded on your tongue for life. Mnrkrd Silver. T in going to give a piece of silver as a i wedding present. Should it be marked with ! the bride's initial or that of the groom??U. Unless you know that the briae lis using: her husband's name on he% 'other silver, you should have your j gift marked with her initial, as that | is the customary usage in this coun (try. Brother Jonathan. ?% Whst is the origin of the term ?Brother j Jonathan.'* used In personification of the United State*??Reader. [ The accepted explanation is that in a crisis of the Revolutionary War, when ammunition was badly needed. Jonathan Trumbull, then governor of .Connecticut, who was discussing thfe matter with Washington and his officers, facetiously remarked: "We must consult Brother Jonathan," re ferring to .himself. Washington cpn* suited Trumbull, who was successful in furnishing the needed supplies. I Later, when difficulties arose, it be came customary among the officers | and men to say, "We must consult I 'Brother Jonathan'," and the name became known all over the country. A Wedding. Dw Mia U. I am to b. iwriM Chrllt D?r. ?nd I h.F, to *t ?r i d?rk Wis satin dress. Would black patent leather slippers be correct? Should I wear a dark-blue satin or velvet hat. and, if velvet, what color? Should announcements be sent out before or after the weddding??N\ P. ? Black patent leather slippers would look very well with the costume you mention. Either the dftrk blue satin or $ black velvet hat would be In pood taste, invitations only are sent out before a wedding. If you Intend sending announcements instead they should be sent out immediately fol lowing tlje wedding. Red Ant*. / Dear Miss Lee: 1 have been bothered by an invasion of unall red ants in my hoia* Please su*g?t something that will get rid of this pest.-M. L. Powdered borax sprinkled around the infested places will exterminate both red and black ants.'* Powdered cloves is said to drive them away. Add sugar to the borax to draw the ants. \ Chances. To W. \J- T.: To be on the safe side you should consult the District Attorney. 1 PURELY PERSONAL Mn. C. B. Sutton, of Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio, Is the house guest of Mrs. Frank Aycrs, of Cap itol Hill. ^ * Mrs. John Hamilton, of Woodley pla??, with her two children, ha/ Just returned home from a vacation spent in Thousand Islands. N. Y. gear Admiral Niblick, 8 N.. and Mrs. Niblick are visiting Mrs. Douglas Gordon, of Baltimore, at Saranac J-Ake. N. T. Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford Piatt, of Columbus, Ohio, are the quests of Mrs. Harriet E. Herbert, 2408 Eighteenth street northwest. Mr. 1 and Mrs. Piatt made the trip by motor, and expect shortly to re turn to Columbus. J. C. Schafer, formerly assistant | director of administration of the' War Trade Board, will return ot Washington in October to take up his new work with the Internal I ?Revenue Department. Miss^ Marguerite Mattis, who has been spending a vacation In Wash ington with Mrs. E. J. Harding, of the Parkwood Apartments, will Re turn to her home in Plainfteld. N. J.. tomorrow. Ralph Morris, of Pelham. N. T., is ; visiting relatives in this city for a short while. Claude Cheatum, of the War Risk Bureau, has returned from a visit to Atlantic City. I Charles Smith, of the 8hipping Board, spent the holidays at Old | Point Comfort. Va. Mr. and Mrs. J. Talentaur, of the | Alabama Apartments. motored through Pennsylvania during the I holidays. I Mrs. Daniel McMahon and daughter. 1 Catherine. 1215 North Capitol street, are spending a few weeks at Elkton. Md Reuben Goldstein, of 633 D street 'northwest, is spending several weeks at Hot Springs, Va. Miss Mildred Council, of Baltimore, who has been visiting friends on Twelfth street northwest, has re lumed to her home. James P. Eininger. of the Naples apartments, has returned from a short stay in Philadelphia. Miss Claudia A. Owens, of Philadel phia. is visiting friends in Friendship Heights. D. C. Norman B Venable. of Huronton. Mich., is in the city for a few days. Miss Adale G. Springman, of the Treasury Department. Is in New Yoi\ ; on business. | Sellg M. Cartschman. of the Agri I cultural Department, is visiting his parents in Raleigh, N. C. Paul N. Burke. of^Greenville. S C . is visiting friends in the Cordova apartments. # Steamer Capsizes After Meeting in Collision \' * , Shu Fr ancisoo. Sept. 1?The (steamer Unimack met in collision early today with the Helen P. Drew ioTf Duxbury ' Reef, according to j chamber of commerce here The Unimack capsized and was towed In by the Drew. There were no casualties. Navy Yard News W. ^Pearson, point expert of the gun shop, motored to Baltimore yes terday by way of Annapolis. He re i turned by way of RldReville. John f Walters, of the erecting 1 shop, and wife are spending their I vacation in Norfolk, Va. Arthur Stellar, formerly of the rub | ber stamp department, is spending his vacation in Atlantic City. Asbury Park and Atlantic Highlands before returning to his home in Newark. N. J Dan Johnson, of the Jic and gauge room, is enjoying a few days at At lantic City. ; Pat Murphy has returned to the j tool shop after spending his honey moon at Colonial Beach. Thomas Meyers has returned to the , miscellaneous shop^ after three weeks' illness. . Harold Satterfield has returned to | work after a three-weeks' motor tour through Ohio. David Ness and wife are spending eight days with relatives in New York I City. David Taylor spent the w^ek-end with Georje Darney at his home, in ' Bladensburg. Md. W. G. Betts. quarterman of the gun shop, and his family motored to Brad j dock Heights Sunday. i Grant Miller, of the erecting shop. J is spending a few days in Norfolk. Virginia. I... A. FertfUson. of the jig and gauge ' room, enjoyed his fishing trip to 1 Chesapeake B^ach yesterday, i Stewart Miller, of the tool shop, Ic ! on a flve-(Jay trip to Youngstown. Ohio. Clark Miller, of the tool shop. Is on his vacation. Herbert MiHer. Rudolph Fry berg and Carl Wiswesser trad a fine lime at l Chesapeake Beach over tho holidays. BAND CONCERT Rv the U. 8. Marin# Bard Walter F. Smith. ??ron?l leader. at Siitcenth street and fVrfuirhia road ncirthweet. at 7 JO p m. March?"Victory and Peace" Rochau (Hsrture? "T^e Siege de Corinth" KoeMni Descriptive fantasia?"A Si*uiinh Festival" ' L>emers?ema:i Clarinet aolo?"Oocmn" Thro' the Rye".... Thornton Musician John Walters a Morceau-from "Fiddlers Three" Johnstone h Marrh?"Le Pere de la Victo<re"..QtM^e Idyl?"T^e Shephwd Borr" Wilson Mneaio?"Flomdora" 8tuart Grand march?"The Ratchanwr" N?lar "The Star Spanned Banner." Ebbitt Hotel Crystal Ballroom Dancing ?Will be discontinued tempo rarily until further notice. Dancing will positively be held at above hotel beginning about Sept. 15. 1919. Watch papers foT further an nouncement, or phone Lincoln 3741 -J. for further information. MRS. I. S. GOLDSMITH. You'll Travel DeLuxe ?If You Travel with Becker's Quality Luggage. Becker's Leather Goods Co. 1324-26 F St. N. W. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F Harris left Saturday tor an auto tr1t> through the Cumberland Valley to Gettys burg and Harrisburff. Robert B. Galleher has finished his career as a soldier and is now mono typing In Mr. Herritage's keyboard room. William R. Love and Dan Sansome spent the week-end on a fishing trip to Solomons Island. Mrs. Willie Carlisle is abaent from the ruling and sewing section >*>n leave.? Miss Josephine Killigan. of the night pamphlet bindery. Is In Atlantic City. Frank McDermott, compositor In the hand section, is on leave. Mrs. Annie Warwin is spending two weeks with friends in Buffalo. Charles L. Simons, of the engineer section, ig enjoying a short vacation. Dan Bruce, of the carpenter shop, went to I* Plata, Md.. Saturday ana will return with Mrs. Bruce. Robert J. Hears and John J. Hans bury. compositors in the hand sec tion, are enjoying two weeks' vaca tion. L'llian M Smith. Josephine M. Homacher, Mary Ttirteenton and lx>tta Hutchlns. of the pamphlet bind ery. are on leave. Clarence W. Hogarth, bookbinder In the forwarding and finishing sec tion. is absent on an auto trip to his old home in Alliance, Ohio. J Herns rd Parker and Clyde D. McCurdy. recent appointees as com positors in the monotype section, have been transferred as operators to the linotype section. Fred W Moore, of the computing section, has been granted three weeks' leave to recuperate. John E. Buckingham has returneJ front a ten days' fishing trip to Smiths Lake, near Norfolk. George R. Merriam and Ben L Stldham. proofreaders, are on leave. BUREAU OF EN GRAVING AND PRINTING NEWS The Bureau Band played a conspic uous part in the welcome hom*> cele bration given In honor of the soldier boys of Alexandria County and held at the court house on Wilson boule vard. The band, twenty-five strong, in a larce truck, led the automobile parade through the county Return ing to the court house, it was Joined by a section of the Grotto Band, and the two played several selections while the boys enjoyed their dinner. Steve Ix>ut, the bass drummer, was gener ously applauded when he san* a cou ple of songs accompanied by the band E. A. Green, of section 5. night force, is spending a week with his family in Atlantic City. Mrs. Irene Hurley, of the surface division, is spending her vacation at Virginia Beach and Ocean View Miss Grace Nolan, temporary clerk In section 5. night, was at her home In Alexandria last week. Miss Blanche Miles and Miss Mae I Smallwood. of section f. have been or. the sick list. j Misses Ruby and Josephine Miller. ; of section 5. night, spent the week i end at their home in Orange. Va. j Willard P. Minard. of section is i visiting his mother in Milton. Queens County. Nova Scotia, j .T. A. Gilson. H. McCauley and F I Milovich, of section 6, night, were on leave the past week. i Mrs. Ethel L. Heflin. of the surface I division, is spending her vacation in ' Delos. Va. Miss Julia O'Connor, of section f. is visiting friends in Pittsburgh. Pa. j R. It. Burrows, of section 6. night, i was detained at his home last week j on account of illness. j Miss Pearl Brock, of the stamp per forating division, suffered a slight In jury in the wreck of the excursion I train bound for Atlantic City several j days ago. GO&O&k (SjjgZfc1 733 7th St., N. W CORSETS?HOSIERY UNDERSILKS OPEN SATURDAYS WHY THOSE GRAY HAIRS? Hare you try idea how many thousands upon themaand* of beantiful woman ke?p gray hairs entirely out of their head*? If it la dona right it is a rery ilmplf and delightful matter. Scheffler'a Hair Colorine dons it in one appli-, ration and it is impossible t<> detnrt it. Turns gray hairs to their natural color and is perfectly harmleaa. ScJwfTler'a Hair Crforine leares the hair beautiful and so msj to handle?uothing dirty or sticky THIptV; Ttiir-Stnro [8 O B S E.V E.NTH ST.) Immediate poiseition upon joining oar Kodak Club. Qi aaJSs$&rts3i Son R?tahliakt4 iSAK. 708 7tk Street N. W. 3123 M Street N. W. D. C. CIVILIANS WIN MANY RIFLE TROPHIES Trophies. Including the MaJ. Lester Eisner Cup. the Field and Stream Cup. ' the Junior Field and Stream Cup. one | Winchester musaet rifle and sixteen ' medal*, have been brought home from i the navy rifle range. Caldwell. N. J . by the District civilian rifle team. , which finished ninth in a total of > seventy-two teams entered. The Dis- | tiict team was up against the world's best riflemen. Including the American Expeditionary Force team, which won the tnteralled match at Mans. France, in competition with teams from a nations. The highest ranking five of the IMs trict team are: E M. Xeweomb. Wal ter R. Stokes. Ralph H McQarlty. F. Chisholm and A. M Morgan. Car on Grass, Fined $5. Fred B Harper, charged with trespassing in Rock Creek Park by leaving his automobile on the grass, off the roadway, with the lights out. wss fl/ied J5 by J u d g ? Hardison in Police Court yesterdaj*. 0 _ - Woodward "Totyrop New York?WASHINGTON^-Pam. Peter Gink?one-step.. Six Brown Brother* Egyptland?fox-trot... .Si* Brown Brothers Fidgety Feet?one-step Original Dixieland Jazz Band Lazy Daddy?fox-trot Original Dixieland Jazz Band Ruspana?ore-step Pietro Have a Smile?medley fox-trot Pietro Chinese I.ullaby Olive Kline Baby Jim Elsie Baker Take Your Girlie to the Movies... Murray Baby Arthur Fields In the Heart of a Fool Henry Burr I Found You Henry Burr Victrola Section, Fourth Floor. 10 10 to to 10 TO SEPTEMBER VICTOR RED SEAL RECORDS ON SALE TODAY For You a Rose . Emilio De Gogorza La Traviata: Ah, fors' e lui Galli Curci Turkish March (Ruins of Athens). Hotfetz Hard Times, Come Again No More.Homer Beautiful Ohio?waltz.. Fritz Kreisler The First Rose of Summer... 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No danger of using it up, for the Automatic Gas Water Heater is keeping it piping hot just as long^' -ou have the faucet turned c.k, Jn addition to the auto matic tvpe, we sell the ordi nary heater, as here shown. that requires ignition by hand ?when hot water may be drawn from any hot-water faucet in the house after a few minutes' heating. Call and inspect our line of heaters and decide to avail yourself of this hot-water convenience, which saves you its cost while you are paying for it in small, convenient sums. Call for a Demomtration Washington Gas Light Company. SALES DEPARTMENT 419 Tenth Street N. W.