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E. C DRUM-HUNT
Mrs. WUaon. accompanied by her
brother, Rolfe ?. Boiling, took an
automobile ride yesterday afternoon.
Tha Maxtran Ambassador, L Tgna
cio Bonilla?, haa returned from a
visit to Mexico.
Tha Attorney General A Mitchell
Palmar, has returned from Easton.
Pa., where the degree of LLD. waa
conferred oa him by Lafayette Col
lege last Wednesday.
The Secretary ot the Interior and
Mrs. Franklin ?. Lane were joined
Wednesday evening by their son and
daughter. Franklin K. Lana jr., aad
Mia? Nancy Lane, who bave been In
California, during the summer.
I Since leaving the army. In which
be served as lieutenant la the Avia
tion Carpa durtag the war, Mr. Lane
haa been in Loe Angeles, and Is here
\ only for a week's visit.
?.*. Calderera, wife of the Minis
ter et Bolivia, will be at home this
afternoon after 4 o'clock.
A ITSCH?O? AT
CKwm st. ?a????.
Mr. aad Mrs. Arthur Lee. of Elkins.
W. Va, who are visiting atra. Lee's
sister. Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins. had
guasta lunching with them yesterday
at the Cafe St. Marks. Mr. Patten,
tha postmaster of New Tork. was
in the party. There were cover?
for six.
Alfredo Oonxales. former presi
dent of Costa Rica, has arrived In
Washington, and Is at the Lafayette
Hotel. With him 1? Manuel Cajtro
de Queaada, formerly Minister of
Costa Rica to this country*
No new? received in Washington
In a long time has brought greater
interest than the announcement
from Rome of the appointment of
t Giuseppe Brambilla as counselor of
' the Italian embassy here. Mr.
Brambilla was connected with the
embassy in Washington for some
. year?, a greater part of the time
serving as both counselor snd
charge d'affaires. His marriage to
Miss Julia Appleton Meyer, daugh
ter of the late Secretary of the
navy. Mr. George von Lengerke
Meyer, and Mrs. Meyer, took place
at Hamilton. Mass., several years
ago. Both are Intimately known in
society here.
Princess Gbika, who spent the
past two seasons in Waahlngton and
traveled through .the Orient after
the close of the spring season, has
arrived in San Francisco on the
steamship Venezuela, to again re
sume residence here. Mrs. George
V. Hecker. who accompanied her,
returned to San Francisco with her.
Capt. R. R. Glen, of the British
Embassy, and bis mother, Mrs. Rob
ert Glen, will return Monday from
White Sulphur Sprines, W. Va,
wh?re they have been for several
?reeks.
Mrs. Frederick Henry Prince, jr.,
w spending Ute w??ek-?nd with her
father and sister. W. P. O. Hard
ing, of the Federal Reserve Board,
and Miss Margaret Harding; at their
residence, UM Nineteenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Enos Newman and
their son have returned to Wuhlng
I ton from an automobil? trip through
New Krurland, spending some time ln
New London, Conn.
Mrs. Newman entertained guests at
luncheon Wednesday at the Cafe St.
Marks for Mrs. Wenger and Miss
Alice? Wenger, of Detroit. Mich. Mrs.
i Wenger came to Washington to place
Mis? Wenger In the Mount Vernon
; -Sem i narr. .
-
Mia? Katie Du B?se has gone to
New Tork to visit for ten days.
Thomas R. Shipp will go to New
Tork today to spend the week-end.
MRS. (iIB?0> IS
i> -rew tork.
Mrs. Grace McMillan Gibson, who
spent a few days in Detroit, has
gone to New York. She will return
to Washington at the end of the
week.
Mrs. Deloa Blodgett and the Misses
Blodrett left yesterday for a fort
night's motor trip North.
- v.
Representative Frank Doremos re
turned yesterday from a visit to De
troit, Mich.
M. Helephen Dal Pax, director gen
eral of the Frenen, line, who Is In
the United Stale? lit connection with
passenger truffle to France. Is at the
New Willard for a few days. M. Pas
was .ccoTTvponied to New Tork by
Mme. Paz.
Gen. and Mr.. C. I? Fltzhugh,
who are at the Grafton. will take
ooasession of their house. 2263 Sher
idan Circle, on the ??d- Their house
was leased for a year by Clarence
Woolley. of the War Trade Board,
and Mr?. Woolley. of New York.
They gave It up In the spring when
Mrs. Woolley went to their country
place at Portchester. N. T. Mr.
Woolley has divided his time be
tween there and Washington.
MRS. Ni:v? HKKRI
?A II.?. ?????G??>.
Mrs. Henry B. Joy. of Detroit,
who wsj a guest of her brother
?nd sister-in-law. Senator and Mrs,
Truman H. Newberry, for a short
time, has gone to New Tork to visit
her daughter. Mrs. Howard Lete.
Mrs. Newberry. who is the na
tional president of th? Needlework
Guild of America, will hold a con
ference and tea at her home on
October 24, in compliment to the
section president? aad directors of
the guild.
ICH MISSION
WILL LBAVK TODAY.
The French mission representing
the Ecole Polytechnique will leave
Washington today for South Beth
lehem. Pa. where they will visit the
steel works aad Lehlgh University,
and will go from there to Niagara
Falls aad Sehenectady aad be at
West Point oa tha "flat, where they
will pr?sent the Military Academy
with a branse reproduction of the
'?Polytechnicien de ini." which
stands in the court of honor at the
French school. The mission will re
turn to France at the end of the
month. Lieut Col. C. E. T. Lull,
of the General Staff. U. ?. A? is
accompanying the mission on Its tour
around the country.
Col. Henry L Sttmson. former as
sistant Secretary of War. arrived In
Washington yesterday, and Is at
the New Willard. ,
Announcement has been made that
Mrs. Beatrice Benjamin Pratt, of
New York and Newport, will wed
Preston Gibson, of this city, Satur
day In New York.
Mr. * Gibson, prominent in ,society
here, wss known In the literary and
dramatic fields before the war. He
had made an enviable record for his
work In the Ambulance Corps tn the
war before the United States entered
It. and afterward for bravery. He
??turned In the spring from France.
The bride is also known in Wash
ington society. She Is a daughter
of H. H. Rogers, of New York, and
the heiress to many millions. She
Is young, a great favorite In New
York and Newport society, in both
of which eitles she has handsome
homes, and has two charming chil
dren.
The Misses Sarah and Eleanor Hew
itt, of Ridgewood Manor, N. J.. ar
rived In Washington yesterday and"
will be at the New Willard for a few
days before continuing a motor trip
to Southern resorts.
Rear Admiral Walter McLean.
U. S. N. (retired), and Mrs. McLean
bave taken a house In Warrentoo.
Va, for the winter.
Recent arrivals at tbe Hotel T/i
fayette Include: Mrs. William D.
Cornish. Willow Point. N. Y.; E. I?
Adams. Jacksonville. Fla.: Mass??
Anna and Marion Dnbar. Augusta,
?In ; J. A. Allison, Miami; Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen I. Langmaid. New Or
leans; Mrs. May Wilkinson Mount,
New York; Mrs. J. W. Fltxpatrick
and Miss Violet Fltxpatrick, Mi.lrlles
boro. Ky.; Mrs. H. Alexander Smith
and Miss Marian D Smith. Prtnoe
Iton, N. J.; Cspt R. J. Bane re ?.
I of Baltimore: Comdr. H W. Jansen
I and child, of Washington : and Rep
resentative F. W. Rowe, of Brook
lyn. N. Y.
Mrs. K. P. Whit ford and Mrs. S.
S. Nelson, of Washington, are guest?
at the Hotel Ambassador. Atlantic
City.
The Kappa Alpha Fraternity, of
George Washington University, arili
have a dance at its chapter house.
3611 Fourteenth street, for Its pledged
men tonight at 9 p. m. Chaperons
WRIGLEYS
c a package
before tbe war
c a package
daring tbe war
aod
c a package
NOW
THE FLAUOR LASTS
SO DOES THE PRICE!
?? S?emEd
Have yoa noticed that th? American women
are swinging the fashion pendulum back to pre
war days?
In all the shops they are showing such
deliriously novel and gorgeously different gown?,
wraps and hats for milady, and in colors of
every hue, texture? of every weave. In fact,
just as the women scimped and saved and
turned and re-turned during the war, now they
are celebrating its outcome by the other extreme.
Let me add, however, that the American
woman has learned what it means to do without, and while she is
arrayed today in very fine and resplendent raiment, she is watch
ing her bank account, too, and there are millions of little ways
in which she can save, but that's the women's secret.
And so all the philosophers who predicted a manish panta
looned type after the war must step back and admit that the
women today are the eternal feminine.
Haar sua? Ino: I haro haud that Tbed?
Bara m ?md. Pleaae ten no if UiU i? true. -An
AdnUrtr.
No. Theda Is not dead, although
her old role, movie vampire, is. Miss
'tiara Is now taking dramatic (tarts
In the films.
Tra?ala? Cearae.
r>aer Mas lav: Will tou pleaae -pre ?a? in
formation ia tofani to the eia? wblch t? to
?tort ?A the Public labmnr. October Of Io it
??..rj to be a High School ?radtiatel?? D.
The student training course which
was scheduled to begin at the Pub
lic Library October 23 will not begin
until November 3. A substantial
will be Mr?. W. R. Myers. Mrs. John
la, Wirt and Mrs. Sidney HoUings
worth. The Sister Club of the fra
ternity will be present.
Mrs I.. M. da Silva and three
daughters, who have lust returned
to the I'nlted States from Hong
Kong. Chlne.Vire st the New Wil
lard for a few days.
THOMPSONS HAVE
KCW DAUGHTER.
MaJ. snd Mrs. John McDonald
Thompson are receiving congratula
tions on the birth of a daughter re
cently. Mrs. Thompson was Miss
Elisabeth Chase, daughter of the late
Capt. Volney Chase. U. 8. N, and
Mrs. Chase.
Mai. .ind Mrs. McDonald are spend
ing the winter In Washington and
??have an apartment at 2131 California
street.
MaJ. and Mrs. Walter H. Schoell
kopf announce the engagement of the
letter's niece. Miss Florence Elisabeth
Judge, of Birmingham. AIju. to Ed
ward Lawrence Davis of Philadelphia
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibbons
Davis. The wedding will take place
tomorrow evening In the home of
MaJ. and Mrs. Schoellkopf at 1734 ?
street.
INTKRE.S'ri'llG
TEA PARTY.
Mrs. Raymond Robina president of
the National Women's Trade Inion
League of America, will be hostess at
tea In honor of Mrs. H. H. Butler,
of London. England, who I? stopping
st the Willard with her husband, the
temporary secretary of the Interna
tlonsl Labor Conference snd a repre
sentative of tbe British ministry of
labor to that conference, this aft
ernoon at the home of Mrs. Laura C
Williams. Mrs. Robins will speak
of tbe plans for the International
Congress of Working Women, which
the Women's Trade Inion League t?
calling at the New National Muaeura
October tt. Mrs. Robins Is stopping
at the Shoreham. making final plans
for the working women's congress.
Mr?. Henry B. F. M ? e Farla ml has
arranged for two lecture? to be held
at the New Willard Hotel on Saturday,
October 26. and Monday. October 27.
for the benefit of the Krtnenian Re
lief Fund.
The Florence Orittranton Home
will have an lntereating exhibit of
the babies under their care next
Monday and Tuesday at 1303 F
street
CITY WOMEN'S
? I I H MEETING.
A large and enthusiastic meeting
was held by the women of Wash
ington on Wednesday evening at
1710 I street. In the Interest of the
City Women's Club. Miss Miriam
B. Wilson, director of the women's
division of the United State? Em
ployment Service, of Toledo. Ohio,
was present and gave a most In
teresting account of the organiza- j
tlon and -successful operation of the
Toledo Women's Club, of which
club she is a member. The meet- ?
Ing decided to institute a drive for*:
membership in the new club and
select a location for the club. The I
drive for members wtl*. last until
November IS. after which date all ?
new member? will be required to j
pay an initiation fee. Mrs. George
Eastment was selected as chairman
of the membership committee for
this drive. Mis? Mary OToole snd
Mis? Alida Herirlqu- were appoint
ed a committee to select suitable
quarters for the club.
The City Women's Club will be
neither sectarian nor political and
the women in Washington who are
interested in this organisation,
which Is a forward step for Wash
ington and will, no doubt, be of
great benefit, are not only invited
to attend the next meeting, which
will be held on Wednesday even
ing, October 22-, at I o'clock at 1710
I street, but to communicate with
Mrs. George Eastment. 2923 Ord
way. Cleveland Park. In regard to
membership*
Miss Sarah L. Flaherty and Ade
line E. Wrede. of San Francisco,
Cal., are visiting for a month In
Washington with Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas F. Flaherty at the Man
chester Apartments. Miss Flaherty
and Miss Wrede were the guests of
honor at a luncheon given by Hon.
and Mrs. John I. Nolan, of Cali
fornia. They ate being entertained
extensively by the California col
ony In Washington.
Mr. David Edstrom, noted sculptor,
of New York City, will lecture be
fore the clsas In the history ami
appreciation of painting. Oeorge
Washington University, this after
noon at S o'clock at 2025 O street
northwest. Mr. Edstrom, who re
cently designed the two statues of
Isis and Nepthy? for the Scottish
Rite Temple in this city, will dis
cuss his art work and student life
abroad. The general public has been
invited to attend.
Dr. Gertrude Richardson Brigham.
of the Department of Archaeology and
History of Art at tbe university, who
arrange,! for tbe lecture, will be at
borne informally to her students and
their friends from 5 to 6 o'clock on
Sunday afternoon throughout the
year at her apartment In the Naples
Dr. Brigham has Just made the
university a gift of ffl.ooo as a memo
rial to her friend. Miss Genevi?ve
Chatterton McCutchlns, the income
from which will be awarded In two
?ash prises of $25 and tI5 annally
for the best and next best essays
>n subjects connected with arehaeo!
ag. or painting. Ia their award con
sid?ration win he given to the .?fu
ient? knowledge of contemporary
\J?W?i*i?-^
equivalent to a high ?chool educa
tion will be satisfactory (or en
trance. For further Information
consult Ml.s Clara W. Herbert, di
rector of the class, whose offices are
In the library building.
Address.
Dear MU? Loe: Row ran I obtain ?he ad
rhwa? or ? bar la tba arm,? G ?.
Write to the office of the Adjutant
?penerai of the army. Washington,, D.
^7.. for such Information.
WHICH DO YOU G*1**?????>
By DOROTHT DIX
The World's Highest? Paid Wo
man Writer.
(Coewntiit. mil. The Wheeler SneUeala:
Which would you prefer, sisters.
a husband who hi a pattern of mor
ality, but a gToiich and a tightwad,
or a hu.band who Is a philanderer,
but charming, and generous, and
considerate st home?
Of course there are men who ar?
both good and pleasant, but they
belong to the rarer phenomena of
nature, with which we have no con
cern at present.
Being a good man does not neces
sarily make a man a good hu.band.
Some of the best men in the world,
according to the traditional stand
ard of morality, are the wor.t hus
bands. A man may be honest and
upright, virtuous and truthful, and
yet break his wires heart by his
meanness, his stingine??, hi? nag
ging, and coldness, and tyranny.
There are plenty of men who live
up to the letter of the marriage con
tract, who are faithful to their
wives and support them in comfort.
' yet who sin against the whole
spirit of msrriage. because they
j never do one thing to make their
homes happy, or ?how their wives
( a particle of affection or tenderness.
.They seem to think that they have
; done their 'full duty by refrainin.?
from flirting, and that all that any1
; woman could ask to make her hap
py Is just the privilege of contem
j plating the impeccable Joseph that
! she drew In the matrimonial lot-,
?tery.
So it is no wonder that the
woman who is married to the man
who is fsjthful. but unsentimental
and cold and cross feels that sh?|
has asked for bread, and gotten a
storie, and that .he envies the I
! woman who ha? a chivalrous end ro
mtntir husband, even if she has to
divide her angel food with rivals.
On the other hand, the woman I
? who is married tot the loving, lova-!
? hie philanderer, who cannot see a |
?feminine ear without whispering
? soft nothings In it, has time? and
| seasons when she thinks that ?he
would trade off all of her husband's
! charms Just for the certainty of
knowing that he was all hers, no
! matter how disagreeable he might
'be. It seems to her that the wife
; who never has cause to? be green
eyed, and who never has her ?oui
'torn to tatters by fears and sus
picions, and who does not live In
dread of losing the dearest thing
on earth to her, is the only happy
woman.
! She knows that the very qualities
[that make her hubband so adorable
a husband are her undoings.
| The sensitiveness that makes him
respond to her every move is an In
strument upon which every passing
woman's hand plays The thing In
him that make? him want to make
her happy makes him want to make
other women happy, too.
Such men never make model hus
bands. Their wives never fully trust
them, and are no more entirely hap
py than are the wives of the good,
faithful, unsympathetic husbands.
For love, tenderness, romance, ch?v
alo' are all emotional qualities that
cither flood a man's soul or is bar
ren and dry of them, so that there
is none for any woman. The theory
of the lover who is Ice to all the
world, but fire to one is a beauti
ful theory, but It isn't true. Men
aren't built that way.
And there you are. ladies. Pay
the price end take your choice.
Seen in Washington Shops
Puvetyne? have been very popular
and in great demand this fall and
for that reason the tuppi.. is usu
ally quite low. At Schwab's there
are a number of attractive models
on hand now, and among them a
very attractive combination of the
duvetyne and velvet. In two shades
of brown. The skirt of dark brown
velvet is not only flared, . but cir
cular; the waist*Is basque-like, of
falson shade duvetyne with an Ir
regular peplum which I? bound In
the velvet, as Is the V neck. The
sleeves are finished with buttons.
There Is a small duvetyne collar
which may be worn up or down.
An attractive velour hat at Meyer's
Military Shop wae developed In a
deep rose shade and embroidered in
yarn of tan, blue and purple. There
are some attractive tarn and scarf
sets, too, of wool Jersey, finished with
yarn.
There Is everything Imaginable made
for the children of today from the
tiniest tot. up. At Woodward and
leothrop's I saw a sweat little cos
turner In wicker and blue silk, which
is dainty enough for the tiniest soul.
and such ducky coat-hangers, too.
all padded and covered with ribbon.
For the boys of school sge the
Palais Royal waa showing such
warm, servloeahle ?ulta In brown
corduroy, with pockets for all the
knives and tops and fishing-tackle.
and everything that boys are sup
posed to carry In their pockets, and
one for th? watch, too.
The monument not Only meets our
gaze all over the city, but graces
shop window? In picture-frames ss
well. A lovely on. In th? softest
grays, is shown at the VeerhorT G.1
lery, and an entirely different Idea Is
carried out In one displayed In a shop
farther down. y
literature, history Or music, as re
lating to the progress of the fine
arts. These pr?tes will be offered
only to candidate? for Megrees. but
both graduates and undergraduates
may compete. .
CHILDREN'S
SUNRISBs?STORIES
UN?CLE WIGGILY AND THE
RAJNBOW.
iTSOWAtuI B. G ?JUS.
"Uncle Wlggily,?' ?aid Squeakle?
??skie, ?he little moa?? giri. "Isn't It ?
sham? there's no rain to make a
rainbow!"
"Tas." said Uncle WiggUy. **bui
there Is none and I mast wash off th?
front stoop now with Um hose."
"May I stay and watch your? asked
Squeakie-Eeekte.
"Oh. yes, of course," answered the
bunny. So he brought out the hose
made from the leave? of th? rubbei
Plant, and fastened It to a faucet at
the side of his bungalow. Then G nel?
Wlggily turned on the ?rater.
??Uncle Wlggily," suddenly calle?
Squeakle. above the ?platter aal
splash of the hose t-rater. "Do ye?
really telle*? there Is a pot of gnk
buried at the end of the rainbow**"
"No." answered the buank, "I don'
exactly believe that."
"Well, speaking of rainbow?, ??
feel better after I have ?orne of youi
souse!" suddenly cried a gruff voice
and there stood the bad old Pipslse
wah. He had sneaked up while Und?
Wlggily was watering the stoop.
The Plpalsewah was Just going U
Jump up and grab a big bite of pickled
souse off one or Uncle Wlggily's ear?
when, all at once Squeakle-Keki?. Uh
little cousin mouse, dropped her ?chooi
oooks, clapped her paws, and crie?
"I see it! I see It!**
"See what?" asked the Pipaisewah
surprised like. "Do yon see my frienr:
the ?keeztcks. coming to*have aomi
i-oii.-o with me? Is that what yot
see?"
"No. I don't!" answered Scnjeakte
l'ekie. "But I ?ee a rainbow! Look
there It is. right on the stoop!"
She pointed, and. ?surety enough
there was the bow of many color.
One en,l of it was on the front stepa
thst Uncle Wlggily was aprinkllnl
with the hose, and th? other end ol
the rainbow seemed to be ?way fai
off over in the wood.
"Oh. ho! A rainbow!" cried the bad
Pirwisewah. giving a Jump. "I've al
ways heard there was a pot of gold
at the end of the rainbow. I'm going
to run and get It, and then G?1 com?
back and get your souse. Uncle Wlg
gily!" And away he ran. as fast a?
he could go, toward the end of th?
rainbow that seem?-d to be so ver)
far off in the woods.
"Well. I'm glad he's gone." ?aid th?
bunny.
"Rut how did you make th? rain
bow to fool him""" asked Squeakle
Kekie.
"I didn't make It?the sun shining
through the squirting water from th?
hose made it. Just as the sun shining
through the cloud raindrops make?
one in summer," answered Mr. Ix>ng
ears. "Anyhow, even if there Is n?
pot of ?old at the end of the rainbow,
the PipobMwah will be gone a Ions
time.* And so he was, and the bunny
was safe onoe more.
And if the little chicken doesn'i
think he's a duck and try to swim m
the gravy boat at the loUypop's pop
corn party. I'll tell you next about
Uncle Wigglly and the nut cake.
THE ROMANCE OF
A SUMMER GIRL
By ZOK BEI M.F.?.
Bentsville. don't know the date and
don't care.
I ?m writing this, mv darling Joan,
on the porch of the Little House, It
??eeiTo? as though you must actually
hear my heart sing, clear from Aunt
Cynthia's kids' nursery In Hannaford
township!
My home. Joan?my home! I can't
?ay It often enough to satisfy my hun
gry soul. Never did girl have such
an awakening aa 1 have had these
last few marvelous days. ? sec now I
was right The feverish summer was
a dream, and this the dear reality. I
the sleeping silly princess. Randy tbe
knight who woke me with a kiss. And
you. the mystic Fairy Queen'
I cannot seem to look at Randy
enouch .... It is as if I h?d never
really seen him before?I. ?ho have
known him since he wore? flapping lit
tle panties and had briar-scratches on
his legs! How could J have been so
blind for all these year?? Going out
to lind fate, while all the Urne she
was smiling at my elbow.
How I shall strive to repay fate
for her kind treatment of me! Mv
arork In office?, clacking typewriter
key?, scribbling; signs in notebooks,
adding figure? and ?rriting checks.
lias been good training for ?be bet
ter work I'm going to do now.
The rray life of the boarding
louse and the hectic summer T*ve,
tieen through make my Joy the more
jellcious. And Oh. my Joan, ho?
my experience ?how? the worth of
men like Randy lyeavis. ?nd ?riris
like you! Wrist madness to leave you
?ver* And yet f could never have
jeen the light if there had not been
Irst the dark, blind path
r*.nel now. darling, to practical
things?every one of which has a lit
tle shining-glory cloud above It: We
ire going to h* married on Saturday,
?o pack your bag and skitter horn?'
is fast ns you can. Take tomor
"o?v's train at N. We'll all be there
.o meet you?Randy and I and your
?weetheart. (Tou blessed old villain,
?vhy didn't 1 guess it wa? Ralph
treejby, Randy's chum? If you'd
lurry up a bit we couki have a
looble wedding. <"*ome on. be a ?r??ort?
Let us face together, Joan, th?
aroman's life as we have walked
Lhrough girlhood Tou have always
been my anchor and I'll always need
rou. Tou'll need rae. too, to liven
mu up and make you come out of
he kitchen and wear chiffons and
narcel your hair and do ?illy things
occasionally. Let's be partner? right
'rom the start. Two heads are bet
ter than one.' and by counselling to
rether ?re will make a bigger sue
?CBrt of this--business of marriage.
We will prove to Bentsvllle that
the perfect marriage is the three
Old marriage that carries with It
nental, physical and spiritual satls
!actlon. We ?hall think, love and
stork together.
We will keep ourselves young,
rou and I, and ?rear our hair nice
y. and have fresh ruffles and read
.he newspapers and learn the new
lance steps and not let our heels
-un down, or our minds or our
?dies.
We will keep our homes sweet and
?pen to those who are in need of
mything we can give, from a fresh
?aked pie to a thoroughly-baked Idea
And. by the by. when a few fat
Ittle Juniors are patting about the
Hace, we'll teach them to be kind?
o one another, to all people, to ani
??is, to flower?, to thetrrselve?. W?
?ill teach them the best things we
lave learned.
Perhaps the beat of these Is serv
SAVE 40%
on Trlcolette. Trleotine.
Safin. Velvet or Serge
Dresses here. Full line
Georgette Waist?. Our
?mall ??penses mean
smaller prices. Open till
3 p. m.
Woo?war? f TCot^rop
New York?WASHII--HnOK-P
Remnant Day
Friday Special m
Sak PftticoaU
An attractive group of
Silk Jersey Petticoats, ?iin
taffeta flounces; in green.
Nile, purple, orchid aad
blue, solid aad changeable
tones.
Specially Priced. $S.M
Petticoat Section?Third Floor
Friday Special ia
Women's Glore Sax
Ten Dozen Women'?
Glove Silk Camisoles, io the
popular flesh colorings, at
tractively trimmed with lace.
Sizes 38, 40 and 42. ?
Specially tritai, $130
Also the following:
60 Women's Swiss Ribbed
Merce rized Combination
?Suits, medium weight, low
neck, sleereless, ankle
length; in pink or white;
sizes 5, 6 and 8. Specially
priced, Sxas each.
27 Women's Jersey Rib
bed Cotton Vests, medium
weight, high neck, long
sleeves; sizes { and 6. 75c
each; were $1.00. Sizes 7,
8 and 9, 85c each; were
$1.15
24 Women's Swiss Ribbed
?Cotton Vests, medium
weight, high neck, long
sleeves; sizes 5, 6 and 8.
ti-oo each; were $1.25 and
$??35?
18 Women's Swiss Ribbed
Combination SuiK, medium
weight, low neck, sleeveless,
ankle length; size 8. $a.oo
each ; were $2.75.
Women's Underwear Section?
Kir?t Floor.
Lue Bryant Corseb
for the Stoat
Twenty-four Pairs Cor
sets, in different models, for
different types of stout fig
ures; medium and low-bust
styles, of strong coutil,
heavily boned; some me
dium-length skirts, others
very long. Sizes 30 to 44.
Were So.oo, $6.so and $7.50
Reduced to S3 95 Pair
rf?re?"t Scct.nn?Third ????t.
250 Rob Toilet Paper
Friday Special. Se Rol
A good quality Toilet
Taper, 5-ounce size.
Houseware??FlfMi Floor.
VictroU Record Cabacb
(SligbtJy Marrad or
Scratched)
2 Mahogany Record Cabi
ne tt, $31.50 each; were
-??8-50.
1 Weathered Oak Record
Cabinet, $31.50; waa $28.30
1 Fumed Oak Record
Cabinet, $11.50; waa $28.50.
2 Mahogany Record Cabi
nets, $11.50 each; were
$?7-5?
I Fumed Oak Record
Cabinet, loo,00; was $25410
Vlctrola Section?Fourth Floor
F p day Spedali*
Swift ( Pride Sty,
7c Cake; 65c Domi
A good laundry and
household Soap. Kot lest
than two dozen cakes de
livered.
Wizard OU Mops Used
in Demonstration?,
5 Wizard Oil Moot. 8$c
each; were $1.50.
1 Wizard Dust Mop.
S1.15; was -$1.75
I Wizard Dust Mop. $se;
was $1.50
1 Wizard Dust Mop. 65c;
was $1.25.
1 Wizard Oil Mop. $1.15;
was $1.75.
4 Wizard Wall Mops- 95c
each; were $2.00
3 Wizard Wall Mops. 65c
each; were $1.25.
1 Class Towel Bar. $1*5;
was $2.25.
I Class Towel Bar. 95c;
was $1.50.
1 Glass Towel Bar. fru?s;
was $185.
. 1 Lot Small Wire Gar
ment Hangers. 15c dozen;
were 60c.
2 White Tumbler Hold
ers. 40c each? were 65c
3 Bottles Butter Color.
14c each; were 25c
1 Garbage Can; leaks.
85c; was $1.65.
1 Wall Duster. 85c; was
$125
4 Kitchen Knrves tor.
each; were 30c
6 Kitchen Forks. roc
each; were 20c
A few bottles of John
son's Wood Dye at greatly
reduced pricea.
Housefurnlshlna* Beoti am
Fifth Floor
. Ice. That is what marriage I? for.
i*erviee. /That comes first and barri
;neas follows. You slways knew those
, fine philosophies, dear. I am Just
?learning them?through this love of
;mtne which floods aad Illumine? ar
whole being.
I In an hour I'm to meet Randy at
the Bee Hive Arcade to pick out some
I furniture snd pots and pans, so that
the Little House will be ready to re
<-? ive its master and ralstreas three
ila ya henea. For I am going to be
original for once, and have my honey.
? moon at home.
Tours forever, but come quick.
HAPPT DOU.T.
(The end.)
HOROSCOPE.
FRIDAT. OCTOBER IT. 1*1 ?.
tCop?r1*it, TH)
Contrarr forces will hold sway to
day, accordine to astrology Early in
the morning Mercury la In beneflc
aspect and late at night Jupiter I*
friendly, but Saturn and Neptune are
threatening.
I'ncertain and changeable conditions
may dominate writer? and editors dur
ing this positing of the stara. Many
may veer In their political opinion?,
and there ?rill be unusually bitter
newspaper eontroversiea
There Is a propitious sway for ban
'quets tonight, which Is held to he
especially favorable to tbe winning of
good opinions from foreigner?.
Whatever has to do** with the ptaa
n.ng of commercial or business ex
pansion should benefit greatly after
sundoim. Karller in the day Neptune
makes deceit easy.
> Saturn is In an aspect fceHevad to
encourage whatever Is seditious or
antagonistic to the eetsbtleried order
of things.
Supreme honor Is foreshadowed far
The^ Upstairs Shop
5503J7a1lH.W.
Over Coonnerrlal ?
Savings Bank
GRBaVT SAXE FALL
Coats and Dresses
Nark rader Regalar
will
a woman past middle life. ?
take part in the councils of the ?
Mars oa th? cusp of the fourth heee?
is read as a warning against Ore?
and tornadoaa X
Persons whose MrthoVvta It as barre
the augury of a fortunata yaaor. but
they should saSeguard tbe health.
Children bora on this da
to be kind aad generous
Jeets of libra u.'ually rei
but they are generally
life.
Every hat in th? f asdnatm?;
collection ? not only up to the
minute in shape but it? trim
ming is applied in a manner to
emphasize its fashionable effect.
$5.50, $7.50, $M
N. BACHR?CH ?t CO.
915 G Street N. W.
FDroop&SonsCb
I300~G
Jhousands of
^^HouMwives
Auth'? Pork Pi-oducts. They ap
preciate their idea.] quality.
?Just try ?tem once and you won't be
satisfied with any other kind.
?At All Lea dine: Grocers
N. A??? PROVISION CO.
623 D St S. W.

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