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Weddings.
r>r. and Mrs. Richard W. Hickman
have is=ued invitations for the marriage
?f their daughter. Elsie Margaret. and
Mr. Jonathan Rowland, jr.. of Philadel
phla. The ceremony will be at Foundr>
M. E Church tomorrow niffht at f. iO.
Mr. Arthur Douglas Clark of Philadel
phia -will ho best man and Mr. Richard
XV. Hickman, jr.. brother of the bride;
Mr. Robert H. Hervey. Mr ?. R Town
-end. Mr. Eric E Rowland, brother of the
Kroom; Mr. Carl M. Camp, all of Phila
delphia, and Mr. E. C. Dreher of Atlantic
< ity will act hp ushers. Miss Margaret
R. Adams of Passaic. X. J . and niece of
The bride, will be her maid of honor.
while Miss Carrie I.ee Hastings. Miss I
M.nrie H Homiller. Miss Edna A. Shinn. ,
Miss Ethel E. Tray lor. Miss Gladys G. ,
Middaugh and Miss Bernice H. Cartledge
of Philadelphia, cousin of the bride, will
arfnd Miss Hickman as bridesmaids. j
\ small reception will follow the cerc- J
money at the home of the bride s par
ents for the bridal party, relatives and ;
out of town guests. j
Yesterday at ( entens ^ Methodist
Church in rape rharle?. V? Miss Alice
Roberts Wilson and Dr. Charles Harmon
Reed. jr.. of Herndon. Va.. were married.
The church was decorated with lilies.
palms and out flowers The ceremony
was performed by Rev. W . A. \\ rif-ht,
the pastor of the church. The bride s at
tendant. Miss Annie Wilson, preceded the
bride to the altar and wore pink crepe
meteor, picture hat. with pink tulle and
crushed roses, and carried sweet P^as.
The bride was escorted by her father
and wore a tan silk going-away Kown,
with bronze hat and gloves. She earned
rn^es and white orchids and wore a
rre??e*?nt of pearls and diamonds, the gift
of the if room, Little Miss Margaret Robev
of Herndon. niece of the bride, was
flower crirl and carried a shower basket
of sweet peas, and Master Tucker Wil
kins carried the rinj?- The best man was
Mr. Ralph Raymond Reed_ of Herndon
and the ushers were J. W. Wilson. J.
T Jones. Upshur Wilson of Cape < harles
and Richard V. Nottingham, jr.. of Last
ville \ wedding breakfast followed at
the home of J. W. Wilson, brother of the
bride.
T?r. and Mrs. Reed left at once for a
northern trip of several weeks, after
which they will reside in Berkeley Springs.
W. Va. Among the out-of-town guests
present at the wedding were Mr. uiid
Mrs. H. C. Petrson of Washington.
Miss Mabel Littig. daughter of Lieut.
James Otttings. 1". S. N.. retired, and
Mrs. Littig. and Mr. Walter Jones Harri
son were married at St. James' Church.
Leesburg. Wednesday evening last. Rev.
William Hulllhen Burkhardt. the rector,
officiating, and a large assemblage in at
tendance. The bride was escorted v her
father and was beautifully gowned in
ivory charmeuse. trimmed in chantilly
lace and ehiffon. embroidered in pearls
and brilliants. Her veil was caught un
der a cap, embroidered in the West In
dies. and she carried a shower bouquet
of bride roses and lilies of the valley.
The matron of honor was her sister,
Mrs. A Id rich Dudley of Middleburg. who
wore vellow charmeuse and carried yel
low roses. Immediately preceding her
was the flower girl. Miss Lucy Gillette
Harrison, and the two bridesmaids. Miss
Maria Washington Harrison, sister of the
bridegroom, and Miss Mary Jones Conrad
The two maids were attired in gowns of
white charmeuse and point d esprit. trim
med in shadow lace and marguerites. The
flower girl wore cream lace over yellow
mescaline trimmed in garlands of small
vellow roses. She carried, as did the
bridesmaids, large bunches of marguer
ites.
The best man was Harry Tazewell Har-,
rison of T-eesburg and the ushers were
Messrs. H. Rosier Dulaney. jr.. and T.
Blackwell Smith of Washington. D. C.;
Aid rich Dudley of Middleburg. Donald M.
McNeale. Hubert T. Plaster and Conrad
P Carter of Leesburg. A reception fol
lowed at the home of the bride's parents,
af.er which Mr. and Mrs. Harrison left
on a special car for Washington. The
bride's going-away gown was of king
Mile cloth, with which she wore a black
mported hat. Miss Virginia Howie of this
city attended the wedding.
The marriage of Miss Dorothy Me^~
Ham. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. Hart
Merriatn. and Mr. Henry 1>. Abbot of
F.oston. son of Col. and Mrs. Frederick
V Abbot, w ill take place next W ednes
<)av evening at St. Thomas Church.
Miss Zenaida Merrlam will be maid of
lionor for her sister, and the brides
maids will include Miss Elinor Abbot
and Miss Marian Abbot, sisters of the
bridegroom: Miss Helen Estee of Buf
falo. N. Y . Miss Mary Anderson I'ugh.
\li>? borothv Hellman and Miss Cornelia
Smith of this city. The ushers will be
Messrs Clarence W.. Decker and W il
1 am I.ee White of New York. Wesley T.
Enalehorn of Spokane. Wash.: II. Har
?ngton Brooks of St. Albans. * t..
1 'clion Blake and Harold B. Belcher of
Boston. and Martin T. Fisher. Alfred R.
Tavlor and Taylor Thorn of this city.
Mr John Remey will be best man.
The Misses Abbot, sisters of the bride
groom. will entertain the couple and the
other members of the bridal party to
morrow at luncheon at the Army ana
Navv Club.
Miss Mary Anderson Pugh will enter
tain at a theater and supper part> to
morrow evening for the coup'.e and the
bridal party. .... ...
Gen. Henry L. Abbot and < ol. r ? *?
\bbot will arrive shortly for the wed
,i ng. The latter s family is already here
at 17r.t> 1' street, which Col. Abbot has
leased until May
\ prettv weddinK took place at the
. ( sidence * of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M.
M.-Cov. 1- street northeast, last Tues
dav at 11 am., when their daughter.
Josephine D. and Mr. Walter Richard
McFarland were married in the presence
of their immediate relatives. The bride
has been a popular school teacher for the
uast two years, and Mr. McFarland is an
attorney in the interstate commerce corn
er,-.ssion. Both have many friensd among
the voung people of Capitol Hill, where
they have resided all their lives. The
bride was charming in a violet traveling |
suit and wore a beautiful platinum i
pendant set with sapphires and diamonds, J
the gift of the groom. After the wed- '
ding breakfast Mr. and Mrs. McFarJand '
left for New York city for a visit of a 1
week or two. On their return they will J
take up their residence at the Donald,
1012 13th street northwest, where they
will be at home after May 15.
Miss CoiTiella Smith will entertain at
luncheon today for the bride and her at
tendants. Last Friday Miss Dorothy
Hellman gave her luncheon and card
party and yesterday Mrs. Zenaida Mer
riam had the same party at luncheon.
Word has been received here of the
I marriage at Portland. Ore.. April 22,
of Mr. Joseph Edward Law. son of Mr
and Mrs. Frank A. Law of this city, and
Miss Helen I.ouise Beveridge, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Beveridge
of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Law. the parents of the
groom, were present at the ceremony.
The newly wedded couple, after a brief
honeymoon trip, will make their home
Portland, where Mr. l.aw is now pur
suing his profet-.ion as an electrical en
gineer.
Mrs. C. jr. Towers announces the mar
riage of her daughter. Klinor, and
Mr. oeorge J. Abel of Pittsburgh. "tt'ed
I nesday. April I'i at 4 o'clock, at the
rectory of St. Pauls Cathedral. Pitts
I burgh. Pa.
In Foreign Cities.
i
The King and Queen or England will
[ attend the debut ball the evening or
May 1. which Lord Curzon or Kedleston
w-ill give tor his eldest daughter. Lady
, Irene Curzon, a granddaughter or the
late L. Z. Leiter or this city. The party is
being arranged on unusually magnificent
| lines by Lord Curzon and his slster-in
j law. Lady Suffolk, who. by the way. Is
I to present Lady Irene Pnrion at the
j first Jlay court. Everything will be
personally superintended by Lord Cur
| zon. and the flowers used for the
decorations are all to be sent up from
| his country scat. Hack wood Park, nea
Basingstoke: The ball will be at Carl
ton House Terrace. Lord Curzon's city
j home.
Another of the earliest dances of the
London season will be thai of I.adv
Mond s. for her debutante daughter.
Miss Eva Mond The spacious garden
! ?t the bark of Lady Mond's house will
be covered in for the occasion and a.
special floor laid down for dancing,
while the rest of her house will be
used for sitting-out and supper rooms.
The Duchess of "Devonshire will give
a ball at Devonshire House May 14 in
honor of her eldest daughter Ladv
-laud Cavendish, who is to be present
ed at an early court. It is expected
that both the king and queen will be
present at the dance.
I The Puke and Duchess of Portland
gave a ball recently at Welbei k Abbev
at which about 1,20<> guests were present,
honor of the comlng-or-age of their
I eldest son. Lord Titchfield. The whole
t runctlon was on a scale or magnifi
I ?,Vfw "ever beroro attempted even at
vVelbeek. A special feature was the
floral decorations from the home con
servatories. The color scheme was
pink and thousands of blooms were
employed including pink carnations.
[ pink rhododendrons, pink azaleas, pink
i corlrtri ,*For the flrst tim* thp r"?e
corridor. 150 yards long, beautiftilly
decorated. was utilized as a sitting-out
' ft} suPPer- P|a'? and other
t t,ifts to the Duke of Portland and his
j son were used.
j The marriage of Miss Sibyl Lyon and
[ Capt. F M. Chevenlx-Trench of the Rov
j al Artillery was one of the few large
| weddings which took place during the
' I-enten season in London. The bridal
gown was of cloth or gold and white
brocade draped with flounces or old honi
ton lace, and the court train was or gold
tissue mounted on chiffon. She wore a
j wonderful wedding veil of honiton lace
. loaned by her grandmother for the occa
sion.
A page and little trainbearer followed
the bride, and there were also two
bridesmaids, Miss Elsie Lyon and Miss
Hope Russell. The latter wore pic
turesque gowns of biscuit color ehar
meuse with broad sashes of blue moire
and medic! collars of white lace.
Each girl carried a tall ebom staff, on
which was tied a shear ot lilies. The
honeymoon is being spent on a motor
trip through the south or France.
j Recent arrivals In Paris rrom this city
| include Jliss E. Fry. Miss A. Jacqbson,
Mr. Leathley and son. Jlrs. J. Larkin and
Mr. "William H. Putman.
Jliss Katnerine Bogle, who has been
studying music in Paris for tlie last two
years, and Jlr. Hugh R. Wilson, acting
American charge d'affaires at Guatemala
and no win Paris on leave or absence, an
nounced their engagement and aproach
Ing marriage there ten days ago. For
their wedding trip, after an Italian tour,
they will come to this city for a short
visit.
Benefit Performance.
A benefit performance of "Peg-o'-Jly
Heart" will be given Tuesday night at
the Eelasco for the Tuberculosis Sanita
I rium at Fort Stanton. N. M., in which a
i number of charitably minded residents
? here are taking an active interest.
SUMMER HATS
Embrace the latest advanced ideas. In
White Milan Hemp. Leghorns and the bea
BOn's most exclusive colors and blacks.
Long experience, advice and high-class
service at LOWEST PRIOES.
_ saoa l^th st. \.w.. ook. belmont.
Smart Tailored Suits
These are SAMPLE SUITS
which sell for $19.75
to $22.75.
Our Price,
$10-90
These Suits consist of pop
lins, crepes, serges, etc., in the
popular tiered skirts and the
very latest cut coats, which are
lined with silk peau de cygne,
and are marked tor the day at
$10.90.
MILTON R. NEY, 807 Pa. Ave.
Successor to J. S. Leatherman Co.
Only Specialty House on Pennsylvania Avenue.
POPULAR IN ALL CIRCLES
MRS. J A ME
Wife of <he minority leader of
Musical for Charity.
A musical will b? given in the music
room of the Washington Club Thursday
evening in behalf of "Little Blind Eve
lyn." who is a special charge of the Sun
shine Society.
The program will be rendered by Mme.
William II. von Bayer, assisted by Mrs.
George Metcalf, Mrs. Estelle Willoughby
Ions. Miss Vera Hambly, Miss Evan
geline Prouty, Miss Sylvia Metcalf, Mr.
Thomas G. Shearman. Mr. Dufour Brown
and Mr. Joseph Campbell, violinist.
Her patronesses will be Mrs. Henry P.
Ashurst. Mrs. William P. Borland, Mrs.
Albert B. Cummins, Mrs. Champ Clark,
Mrs. William S. Kenyon, Mrs. La Salle
C. Pickett, Mrs. Miles Poindexter, Mrs.
Solomon F. Prouty, Mrs. Joseph E. Rans
dell. Mrs. John F. Shafroth. Mrs. Thom
as J. Walsh. Mrs. William Elva Williams
and Mrs. John D. Works.
Luncheon for Visitor.
Mrs. Clifford K. Berry man entertained
at a luncheon yesterday at the Shoreham
in compliment to Mrs. T. C. Parker of
Georgia, newly elected state regent of
the D. A. R
Mrs. Berry man's other guests were
R. MAW.
the House of Representatives.
Mrs. Champ Clark, Mrs. Bon Johnson,
Mrs. Conrad Syme, Mrs. W. S. Corby and
Mrs. Daisy Ay res.
Brookland.
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Carpenter of
Plainfleld. N. J., were guests last week
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fernando
Carpenter, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Williams.
The Brookiaiul Senior Five Hundred
Club was entertained Friday evening by
Mr. and Mrs. Martin McHugh.
Mrs. Sargent of Hamline street has
returned from an extended visit t<> rela
tives in New Hampshire, and with her
son. Woodford Sargent, in Boston.
Miss Mary Burr is homo from Talla
hassee, Fla., where she was the guest of
her cousin. Mrs. John Aldridge, formerly
Miss Cornelia Ward.
Prof, and Mrs. Anthony Scullen have
returned from their Easter vacation at
Little Falls. N*. Y.
Changed Residence.
Assistant Attorney General Daniel J.
Graham and Mrs. Graham will be at the
Wyoming after May 1.
Chevy Chase.
Mrs George Uanfrdon Whttford and
h, Har-let of Newlands street ha\e
daughter Harriet (tl
returned to their home after a visit wit
friends in Baltimore. Md. Mrs. M. Barir
Hoprer of Connecticut avenue ^s ho?t
"sto .he members of her sewing club
a i her home the past ^pe ' .
Mrs Clift R- Richards of West Irving
street entertained the members of the
?? Chase Euchre Club at their home
the past week. The prizes were won by
land
Mr. and Mrs. George^ >angdon
Mr. Charles it. \ erriii. ii0dtre?
Hodges. -Mr. and Mrs Vernon F>. Hodges.
Mr. and Mrs. John I- Palmer
| Teele. Mta Teeie'of Won^MaM.. and
^.aHedrbert Mifflin Hal. are irMheir new
, home In section 3 of Che - _ , Chew
ITse. 3?
benefit of the association. The !??
. people's dancing class of J me of
! was entertained last night at t^ h"? ?
i Miss Miriam Richards, daughter of Mr.
1 ''^T.^Po^h- -V
I h,~r family 'to Atlantic
I u ill make her home in the future.
I Women's Club of Chevy Chase.were en
l\7rLH1oseirAP!,B^rYhttVcoJ?ect.cut
avenue. The subject whic'h was discuss^d
at the meeting was the hookeritl'lejl
'side the Cup." by Winston Churchill. QMr.
home the past week. Mr. ancl . ^
Chescly have purchased the Meigs >'J I
?? We-t I-nox
15vts^sc?!
Mrs. Thomas Perry ham taKen 1
sion of their new house, on Shepherd
street.
Jackson' arc^ntert'aining Miss AUce Car
ry of Mount Clair. N. J- fr and Mrs.
Robert C Malcolm have g^ en up their
Apartment in the District and reopened
Zir house on i:.nst Bradley lane for the
summer. Mr. and Mrs. James Bdle
have reopened their house on Morrison
street for the summer Miss DllzaDetn
Brainstem of Richmond. V a ^o have
been visiting Dr. and Mrs William Ham
ilton of I'atterson street, has returned t
her home. Miss Richard and Miss L*'Kh
<on of Baltimore, Md.. who have been
house guests of' the Misses Doyle of
Northampton street. ha\e r h '
I their home. Miss I.lllian Mae Davis, who
has been spending the past week in
Chew Chase as the guest of he^ sister on
Newlands street. has returned to^her
home Mr. and Mrs. AViUlam J. Mcisan.
of Newlands street, who "h^ve
ing some time 111 New \ork cltj. ^
returned to their home. * ? . jias
Johnson of Newlands street. *ho h??
been visiting in N^:w Y?rt ot_ ? rsalle
turned to his home. Miss % . trgtnia Gal
her. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles
rjalleher of Morrison street, who na
?S?S%rS:
Charies* Day's Cuglf and tho>r dauBhters
ing some time at Atlantic Clt>. N. J-.
have returned to their home.
Mr and Mrs. Henry Clay Stewart will
occup^the house of Mrs. Stewarts par
ents. Judge and Mrs. George G. Per
kins on Connecticut avenue and West
Melrose street for the summer. Mr. and
Mrq Burr N Edwards, who are building
their new house on East Melrose street
and Connecticut avenue except to take
P?feeEi0^wsorjr!ywrVat^fa
MJTS C^nrnecaUcutB~ahaes re
i scSf Wpa
Dancing class w.s^entertained^he past
vamk Sl Corbymof Connecticut avenue.
Arnong* those present were Mr. and Mrs.
SENSATIONAL SUIT SALE
500 of the Handsomest Spring Styles in Women's Suits in All
the Best Fabrics Go on Sale Monday at a Sensational Price
Plain tailored or trimmed styles. Materials are
fine serge, poplin, wool crepe, plain and fancy cre
pon, ripple cloth, gabardines, checks and novelty
materials. Worth every cent of $30 .
Millinery, $4.95
Regular $10 Value.
Choicest creations of the
season. Tailored and Dress
TIats?Picturesque and beau
tiful.
Untrimmed Hats, 98c up.
J. &W.EISEMAN, 313-315 7th SL
OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT
Skirts
$5.95
$8 and $10 Values.
Two -tiered effects, in
checks and poplin. Some
thing very smart..
Dresses
Worth up to $22.50.
$12.75
Choice of crepe de chine,
plain or figured silk, taffeta,
etc. In the most fascinating
styles.
Byron Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B.
Heaton. Assistant Attorney General and
Mrs. Jesse C. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. Cap
terville, Mr. and (Mrs. Robert L. Corby.
Mr. and Mrs. Esch and Mr. and Mrs.
Laurenz M. Prior.
Miss Margaret Staggers of Fairmont.
W. Va., who has been spending the win
ter in Chevy Chase as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. William S. Corby of Connecticut
avenue, left the past week for her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Cummings of
East Chevy Chase entertained a few
friends at an oyster roast at their home
the past week. Mrs. Lucian White of
Baltimore, Md., is the house guest of
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Corby. Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph D. Quinter of Primrose
street were hosts at dinner the past
week at the Chevy Chase Club. Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Donn will reopen their house
on East Bradley lane about June 1. Mrs.
Clarence Dutton of New York is a house
guest of Mr. and Mrs. William I. Deming
of Oxford street. Representative and Mrs.
Charles M. Thomson of East Irving
street and Brookville road entertained
at dinner the past week Mr. and Mrs.
George C. Wedderburn and daughter.
Air. and Mrs. William S. Corby of Con
necticut avenue have cards out for a mu
sical at their house May 12. Mrs. E. C.
Graham of McKinley street has returned j
to her home after a pleasant visit with j
relatives in Augusta. Ga. Mr. and Mrs.
II. A. GUI of McKinley street entertain
ed at dinner the past week at their!
home in honor of their house guests, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry D. Williams of New
York. Those asked to meet their guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nvman and
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore. Miss l-o
raino Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Graham of McKinley street, en
tertained at a tea the past week at her
home in honor of Miss McCarter of Nor
ristown, Pa. Among those assisting the
hostess were Mrs. Herbert Mifflin Hall,
Miss Edythe Cohen, .Miss Mildred Cam
eron and Miss Anna Colladay. Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore N. Gill entertained at a
very beautifully appointed luncheon the
past week in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry D. Williams of New York. Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh C. I>uffy of Brookville
road entertained a few friends at dinner
at their home the past week. Mr. and
Mrs. William B. Corcoran entertained at
a large dinner last night at the club.
Personals.
Mrs. Julia Luchs. who has been the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Sylvan Ben
slnger. for several months, left Tues
day for Philadelphia to visit her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Levy.
Mrs. Lewis Newmyer and Mrs. Samuel
Gassenheiiner have been spending the
past week in Atlantic City.
Mrs. Rudolph B. Lyon left town on
Thursday to Join Mrs. Stephen Spitz at
the Hotel Loraine, Atlantic City.
Mr. Arthur Newmyer, who has been
spending the past two weeks in town,
has returned to his home in New Or
leans.
Miss Tillie Raff was the week-end
guest of relatices in Baltimore.
Mrs. Bertha Coblenzer expects to sail
for abroad shortly, and will visit her
daughter, Mrs. Ladislaus Detre, at her
home in Budapest, Austria.
Miss Ruth Levy has returned to her
home in Orange, Va., after spending
the winter here, as the guest of Mrs.
Edgar Behrend, and attending college.
Mrs. Leonard Weil is expected back in
town today to visit her mother, Mrs. M.
Herman, after a trip to Norfolk and
Newport News.
Mr. .and Mrs. Leo Loeb, the latter for
merly Miss Belle Schiffman.. returned
from their honeymoon and were recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schiff
man. before going to their home in An
napolis, Aid.
Mr. and Mrs. Elias Ball of Norfolk.
Va.. were recent guests of their daugh
ter. Mrs. Robert Meyer.
Mrs. Charles A. Goldsmith has been
spending the past week in Atlantic City.
Miss Julia Goldsmith, who has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Rheine of
Georgetown, has returned to her horn*1 in
Fredericksburg. Va.
Mrs. Leonard Goldman has returned to
her home in Pittsburgh after a ten-day
visit in town with relatives.
Miss Katharine Heller is in Balti
more. the guest of Miss Louise Gruber,
for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Kaufman will be
at home today at 3027 O street in honor
of the confirmation of their two sons.
Allan and Jerome Kaufman.
A euchre and dance will be given by'
the Arion Gesang Verein. Monday. April
27. 8 p.m.. at the clubhouse. E street
northwest.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wolf and son Melvin
of Uniontown. Ala., after visiting relatives
here, sailed for Europe to spend the sum
mer.
Mrs. J. Parh of Uniontown. Ala., has
sailed for Europe, accompanied by her
father, Mr. ,T. Schocnthal of Westminster
street.
Mrs. James E. Richmond and daughter
Josephine of the Loudon spent a delight
ful day in Baltimore last Friday. They
were the guests of their cousin, Frank
Barrett Carman, who is a mcmbt > of
the cast of a company playing ti>? :
While in this city a week ago Mr ?"a -
man was the guest of Mrs Riehmon
and family.
Dr. and Mrs. George B Welch h.n
returned from a week's visit at the <'h:? -
fonte, Atlantic City.
Miss Julia Mantlnhand of Norfolk s
the guest of Miss Lillian Goldstein.
I>r. I^ester Xeuman will sail for Europe
Thursdav next. He will spend most
his time" in Berlin and Vienna for post
graduate stud>.
Mrs. M. Brooks Reitz and daughte: -.
with their house guest. Miss Helen ClaiK
of Cumberland. Md.. are motoring ' >
Atlantic City. Asbury Park arid N? ?
York.
Mrs H. rohn of Columbia road. wu
her daughter. Miss Florence Conn, le t
here last Thursday for Atlantic <"it
and will be at the Hotel Rudolf for ?w??
vs eeks.
M ss Ma belle Perk and Miss Floren."
Kubel of Capitol Hill are spending t- ??
week end at Annapolis to attend the rh .
iter dance given to the first cla-s '?
Mrs. Logan and Mrs. Buhner.
Mrs. L. Bradford Prince of Now M? -
ico. who has been here attending the l ?.
A. R. eongress. left yesterday for Flush
ing. N. Y.. after a short visit t.? Miss
Ma see. Ex-Gov. Prince has also been
here and aft or a short stay in Now Yon;
they will return to New Mexico.
Mrs. <*;trl W. Green, also of New Me\
ico. has been here ?'n a visit to her
mother and will probably return hont ?
with Mr. and Mrs. Prince.
You should see this very
handsome Colonial
?one of the -eery many Rich's arc shown a
just now.
The graceful Cuban
heel is of leather, by far
the most durable and
practical.
Strictly hand sav
ed?of black Russia
or patent leather at
seven dollars.
And very similar styles in cither leather
at six-fifty, six and five dollars?all dis
tinctive and exclusive fashions.
TCN ONI
f street
U06 G Street
THE HOUSE OF FASHION.
On Sale Monday?A Thousand Models in Suits
$19.75 $25.00 $32 50 $39.50
Actual Values, $27.50 to $Oo.oo.
Gabardines. Serges. Crepes. Silks. Checks. Stripes. Novelties.
A Wonderful Showing of Black and Navy Suits?Sizes up to 41
Special Offering 75 Suits?All Materials and Colors at $15
The Largest
Display
of
Styles
in the
Citv.
1 )istinctivc
and Re(it:ed
Creations
at
Moderate
Prices.
Monday?Hundreds of Beautiful Dresses
For Street. Afternoon and Evening.
Handsome Silk Dresses?Special, $19.95 and $25
Smart Summer Dresses?Special, $10, $15 and $25
$20 and $22.50 Silk Dresses?Special, Monday, $12.75
All the Late Models?New Colors and Black.
IN MILLINERY
Now Showing Mannish Panamas, $3.50 to
$8.00.
White Dress Hats?Variety of Exclusive
Models.
New Trimmed Sailors, Very Smart, $5 & $6.
100 Trimmed Hats, All Late Shapes, One of
a Kind, $5.00 and $10.00.
Values, $9 to $20.
FASHIONABLE WRAPS
AND CAPES
Great Variety Silks and Cloths.
Special, $15.00, $19.00, $25.00
Mannish Mixtures in Balmaccan Coats,
$8-75- |
Largest Waist Department in the City
Thousands of Dainty Waists, Crepe and Voile, $1.98 and $2.98
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