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Something New?Never Before a Sale Just Like This!
WHITE Sample Hosiery Sale Tust at the time vv twialiv h. >1<I Sal e ol lie Hosierv, only this year it's an ALL \YH1 PL SAjjjE! Think of this?just at the beginning "t the white season! And all are the Famous Lord <S; Tavloij I )n\ \ Brand. Standard grades and none of their low-priced grades. < >nly such qualities as our trade demands! Count up thf* white storkinus you will nefd from r.ou- through Sep tember and per as irany pairs s you will iui '1. Lot 1?50c White SiSk Lisle, 35c?3 pairs for $1.00 3 pairs for the usual price of tw I On the best White Si:k Lisle Stockings we know of! All size-. Lot 2?$1.00 and $1.50 White Silk Stockings "7|? Sample Sale Price, pr ? Mosth- medium H'eigHs in splendid quality \\ nite silk.-. Som'e with all->ilk garter tops. Others v. ith garter tops of silk lisle. Sev eral different numbers, but all OXYX Brand?and all sizes in the lot. $1.50 Gowns and Envelope Chemise?$1.05 In fir:-- nnins?'(-k the <la:r * ;?' n ;itennl so much liked for summer under wear?prettily Trimmed with Ini ? ??! e mbroidery. The best underwear value of i summ. r ESTABLISHED 1802 Beginning June 15th, our establishment -will close at five P.M.; on Saturdays at one P.M. Gait & Bro. 1107 PENNA. AVE. Summer Requisites | For the Home ? WINDOW SCREENS j For Summer Floors W RUSTLESS METAL ? . . ? SCREENS ' Special Combination j9 Are the most enduring. Ad justed to any size window. Higrh. Closed. Extended. Price. Offer of TWO 24 In. 22 in. 24 in. 22 in. 1* in. 22 in. 30 in. 24 in. 30 In. 21 in 33 in. 37 in. 33 in. 3? in. 44 in. 40c 4."?e no? 65c TIMELY HOUSEFUR ? XISH1KG X EEDS. Si Strawberry Cappers 5c H Cherry Seeder.-, 85c M Fly Swatters 10c ga 1!.v '? r;iP- 25c fll Jelly Strainers 35c W(ZARDT riangle Mops for $1.25 This Polish Mop is prepared with the fine Wizard Polish ready for use, with 48-in?h handle The HH Oust Mop is chemically treated j^U to pather the dust. Can be used on the walls, pictures and all ggi wood work. Complete with 48- Pf-ff inch handle. Two Mops, 91.25. Hf| Dulin & Martin Co. 1215 F St. to 1214-18 G St. Mmim .... ? ? 'ISIKi ? ? t Fifth Avenue at 46th Street New York i 510 PI Street N.W. Opposite Shoreham Hotel ^J^cur arirl r - ASls . v y^^nioruihlo (2/hyo<vicL *15 & *25 fin, JmIU Formerly Selling to $65. Outing and service styles of linen, Palm Beach cloth, tweed, serge, etc. % ///J d. mmcc, Exceptional Values. Especially Priced. 35 <? 45/^ Formerly to $95. for dinner^, receptions and other formal or informal occasions. $4.50, s8, $12 Formerly $16 to $28. Street styles, outing styles, travel hats. The Duchess of Manchester Honor Guest at Luncheon Given by Mrs. Gist Blair. Marriage of Miss Weaver and Mr. Burns?Departure of the Misses Burleson for the Summer. Mrs. Gist Blair gave a beautiful lunch eon today at the Country Club in honor of the Duchess of Manchester, who is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Wilcox. The guests included a repre sentative gathering from official, diplo matic and resident circles. A pretty wedding took place today at noon at All Saints' Church. Chevy Chase, when Miss Harriett A. Weaver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Wea ver, became the bride of Mr. James M. Burns. Canon Austin performed the ceremony, and the church was beauti fully decorated with white roses, daisies and palms. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of white taf feta and chiffon, with a pink picture .hat trimmed with pink ostrich feath ers. and she carried a bouquet of pink sweet peas. Miss Constance Weaver, the maid of honor, and Miss Susan R. Dessez, the bridesmaid, were gowned alike in white net dresses, the former wearing a pink girdle and the latter blue. They wore white tulle hats and carried bou quets of pink roses. The little flower girl, Miss Polly Weaver, was in white and green. Mr. Corwin Sage Burns of Lebanon, Ohio, was best man for his brother, and the ushers were Mr. Charles B. Weaver. Mr. Frank L. Weaver and Mr. Francis Mix. A small reception followed at the home of the bride's parents. The Misses Burleson, daughters of the Postmaster General and Mrs. Bur leson. left today for San Antonio, Tex., where they will be the guests of their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Van R. Negley, for some weeks. The Messrs. Seeligson of San Antonio, who have been staying with the Post master General and Mrs. Burleson, also left for their home today. The Argentine ambassador, who has been in New York, returned to the city last night. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Belmont have re turned to the city from Tuxedo Park, N. Y. The minister of Portugal, Viscount de Alte, has gone to Bar Harbor, where he will spend the summer. The marriage of Miss Marion Dick pon. daughter of Mrs. Robert James Dickson, and Mr. James L. Lucas will take place tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at St. Aloysius Church. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Taft of Prov idence, R. I., have announced the en gagement of their daughter Eleanor to Mr. Gerald Whitman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Whitman of New York. Senator and Mrs. Weeks motored to Providence, R. I., yesterday and were the guests of Senator and Mrs. Henry F. Lippitt at a luncheon given at their farm in Cumberland. Miss Mamie Myers, daughter of Sen ator and Mrs. Myers of Montana, is the guest of Miss Berenice Adams at her home in Baltimore. The marriage of Miss Ruth Cooper, daughter of Mr. Bartlett Cooper, and Mr. Francis Rines Heath, nephew of Miss Mary Mason Heath and cousin of Miss Adelaide Heath of this city, will lake place June 16 in San Rafael, Cal. Judge and Mrs. Timothy T. Ansberry of Defiance are at the Shoreham for a few days. Mrs. Ivan Herman and her sister. Miss Beatrice Ottenberg of Brooklyn, N. Y., are the guests of Mrs. Albert Herman of 2024 16th street northwest. The marriage of Miss Emma Lillian Armstrong and Dr. Errett Wallace took place in Philadelphia Saturday, the bride having as her only attendant her sister, Miss Blanche Armstrong. After returning from their wedding trip to Atlantic City Dr. and Mrs. Wal lace will take possession of their home, 6314 Delaware street. Chevy Chase. Mr. and Mrs. Tsaac Levy announce the marriage of their daughter, Fran ces, and Mr. Louis Buckner of Balti more, Sunday. June 6, at 2 p.m. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's parents by Rabbi Silver stone and Rabbi Hoewitz. A dinner followed, and later Mr. and Mrs. Buck ner left for Atlantic City. They will be at home at 1630 East Baltimore street. Baltimore, after June 20. Mr. H. R Simmons gave a dance to celebrate his birthday last Friday even ing. at his home. 1022 Otis street northeast Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Layne. Mr. and Mrs. Boyer, Mr. and Mrs. Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert. Lynch. Mrs. VI netta Roach, Elizabeth Entwlsle, Ethel Farran, Mrs. Frye, Mrs. J. B. Slmms,! Misses Claude Musselman, NannleGreen, Susie Green, Evelyn Fones, Ruth Butts', Helen Simmons, Helena Fitzmorris, Mr. Harry Fleming, Mr. Clifford Brown, Messrs. Luther Allen. Walter Scott, Clarence Talbert. Will Poole, Presley Poole, Allen Clarke, John Sullivan, Stephen Sullivan, Richard Ward, Will Simmons, Robert Cuelln, Frank Moore and Mrs. H. R. Simmons. Dr and Mrs. Alexander Y. P. Garnett, whose marriage took place at East hampton, L. I.. Saturday, had a narrow escape when the automobile in which they started on their honeymoon col lided with another car at Riverhead, L T. Fortunately the bridal couple escaped injury and were able to proceed. One of the occupants of the other car was slightly injured and the other ma chine was wrecked. Mr. Ray Baker, secretarv to the American ambassador to Russia, Mr. George Marye, who returned from Rus sia last week, will leave today for San Francisco, returning to Russia bv way of the orient. Mrs. Whitelaw Reld has left her Cali fornia home for the east, after having enjoyed a month's stay at Milbrae. She will pass the summer at her coun try home. Ophir farms, White Plains. N. Y., and will be Joined there by sev eral members of her family, among I them Mr and Mrs. Ogden Reid. Mrs. John Hubert Ward will not come to America this year, as she had expected I but will remain in England, where her husband is detained because of the war. The marriage of Miss Mary Howell daughter of Representative and Mrs' Joseph Howell of Logan. Utah, and Da vid Izatt Stoddard of Le Grande, Ore. took place last Thursday morning in the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake City. A wedding breakfast for th? bridal HONOR GUEST AT LUNCHEON. ? ? Ss? THE DUCHESS OF MANCHESTER, Who Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilcox, and who will be entertained at luncheon today by Mrs. Gist Blair. couple and members of the immediate families followed the ceremony at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Lewis Telle Cannon, in Salt Lake City. The couple will live in Baker City, Ore. The last of a series of winter and spring dances was given In Masonic Hall, Hyattsville, Saturday night, a committee of ladies composed of Mrs. George D. Luckey, Mrs. Harry S. Roame and the Misses Eleanor Dowers and Elizabeth Naylor having charge of [ the details. The chaperons were: Mrs. W. D. Porter, Mrs. Theodore Vandoren, Mrs. John G. Hoi den, Mrs. Edward A. Fuller. Mrs. L. E. White, Mrs. Harry W. Dorsey and Mrs. G. Sherman James. Some of those present were: Mr. and Mrs. T. Howard Duckett, the Misses Louise and Agnes Duckett and Mr. Al len B. Duckett of Bladensburg, Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Appleman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Clagett, Mr. and Mrs. G. Sherman James, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. George B. Luckey, Mr. and Mrs. Harry S Roame, Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Fuller, the Misses Louise and Lorena Gourley of Holland Point, Calvert county, Md.; Miss M. Ethel Gwynn of Baltimore, Mr. Edward W. Montell, Catonville; Miss Elizabeth Crenshaw, Miss Elizabeth Naylor, Miss Fay Bizze], Misses Hilda D. Davis, Eleanor Dowers, Achsah Waters, Peg Hildreth, Helen and Florence Benton, Messrs. James B. Skinner, Hugh Har rison Ott, Jo V. Morgan, J. Burton Glenn, Edward C. Berry and George Davis, all of Washington; James E. Wood. Syracuse, N. Y.; Daniel Haw thorne, Omaha, Neb.; F. J. McKenna, Woonsocket, R. I.; C. H. Buckwald, Baltimore; R. V. Williams, La Plata, Md.; Miss Bessie Kennedy, Laurel, Md.; Paul H. Morris. P. V. Horn, College Park, Md.; the Misses Charlotte Adams, 1 Angela Vandoren, Martha D. Spalding, Frances Robinson, Miss Willis, Mary Alice Dandy. Mary Porter and Messrs. Lucien and Theodore J. Vandoren, jr.; Kenneth F. Brooks, Harold, Waldo and Bradford Burnside and others. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses have been Issued to the following: Morton Marks and Hannah K. Dom vrower, both of Richmond, Va. Le Roy Swab and Mabelle E. ClewelL William M. Baer and Alice C. Smith. Ambrose B. Hynson of Paris, Va., and Addie E. Greene of Upperville, Va. N. Loughborough Turner, jr., of The Plains, Va., and M. Evelyn Chapman of Manassas, Va. Patrick Fanning and Annie J. De vaney. Henry M. Sands and Stella A. Mc Calla. Julius H. Wolpe and Anna Cooper. John W. Somerville and Dora Rivers. Vernon Jackson and Ora Toney. Richard H. Booth, U. S. N., and Doris V. Moore of this city. THREE HURT ON DESTROYER. Boiler Tube Blows Out on the Bailey. Three men of the crew of the torpedo boat destroyer Bailey were seriously injured yesterday by the blowing out of a tube in the aft boiler while the Bailey was passing down Chesapeake bay from Annapolis on her way to the New England coast. The injured men were placed aboard the battleship Missouri. They are J. S. Fallon, a water tender; R. L. Car son. a second-class fireman, and R Jenkins, a coal passer, all of whom were seriously burned. The Bailey pro-, ceeded on her way. Births Reported. , The folowing births have been reported I to the health office In the last twenty I four hours: j Clarence A. and Georglania L. Weis | gerber, boy. Herbert L. and Anne C. Wright, girl. Raymond ad Marie Sorrell, girL Joseph and Henrietta Street, boy. Columbus I. and Estelle M. Montgom |ery. girl. Elwood W. and Ethel Mason, boy. Ruskin M. and Mary S. Lhamon, boy. (George H. and Josephine F. Hall. girl. Salvatore and Lucia Grasso, boy. Benjamin and Lena S. Oans, girl. Hjalmar J. and Hannah Krikson, girl. Ralph and Elizabeth Ernmerson, boy. Raymond and Elvira Corbin, girl. Charles C. and Ruth Cator, girl. ('lark L. and Mabel J. Brown, hoy. Milton J. and Elizabeth Brooke, boy. Thomas and Jennie Foreman, girl. Deaths Reported. The following deaths have been re ported to the health department in the last twenty-four hours: William Mortimer. 50 years, George town University Hospital. Charles H. Gordon, 71 years, 2 Sth street northeast. Thomas G. Murphy, 41 years, 2044 Rhode Island avenue northeast. Lewis E. Slocum, 64 years, Raleigh street. Congress Heights, D. C. Henry N. Tolson, 63 years, 1356 Val ley place southeast. George Dunn, 50 years, Gallinger Hos pital. George I... Morse, 58 years, 207 Penn sylvania avenue northwest. Charles Hanback, 72 years, the Ala bama apartments; Alice V. Clare, 73 years, the Park wood apartments. Annie D. Mockabee, 21 days, 220 9th street southeast. Louise B. Lee, 27 years, 621 Delaware avenue southwest. Pauline Carter, 12 years, 47 Pierce street northwest. LOYAL TO THE PRESIDENT. American League to Limit Arma ments Sends Mr. Wilson Testimonial NEW YORK. June 14?The American League to Limit Armaments has sent to President Wilson a composite letter from fifty-eight college presidents, tes tifying to their loyalty to him in the position he has taken with Germany, and expressing their confidence that he will be able to bring about an adjust ment by peaceful means. Included in the letter is a summary of the messages from the educators en titled "Peace Program for Trying Times," which suggests the immediate entertainment at Washington of a league of neutral nations, "which could more forcefully assert our, and all oth er neutral rights than many army corps and battleships." The league includes 146 college presi dents. Washingtonians to Take Part. One hundred members of Argo Lodge, No. 413, headed by Sol Herzog, will leave for Baltimore early this evening to assist in the institution of the new Menorah B'nai B'rith Lodge in that city and to attend the banquet which will follow. The party will leave Washing ton at 7 o'clock and return about mid night. Wedding Gifts Cut Glass Is a Timely Suggestion. 8-inch Bowl New floral design. Our special price 12-inch Vase New floral design CC Our special price Come In and auk abont our Watch Club. 432 7th Street \.W, I i Raleigh Roof Garden Every Evening, 7 O'Clock (Except Sundays). Cards of admission mar be obtained at the office or will be mailed apon request. MEYER DAVIS* ORCHESTRA. Corby's Wholesome Sweets. Pure in the making:; and kept pure by the careful wrapping in wax paper and the individual box. Always fresh?because your grocer is supplied three times a day. Five varieties?Chocolate, Raisin, Plain Pound, Qtron and Lady's Cake? 10 Cents. Corby Baking Company, Guaranteed 100% pure. TRUST LAWS ABE ANALYZED. Old Bureau of Corporations Submits Beport to President. Results of an extensive study of trust, laws and unfair competition were sub mitted to President Wilson today in a report prepared by the old bureau of corporations for its informative value to Congrress in enacting: legislation. Federal antl-trust laws. Judicial de cisions and their influences upon forms I of business organization are discussed j as are the state laws and those of for- ; eign countries. Th#? chief conclusions of the study are that the development of anti-trust ! legislation and consequent judicial de- J cisions have been important factors in shaping forms of business organiza tions. and that interpretations of the Sherman law, especially the more re cent decisions, have demonstrated its far-reaching effect. Practically no twi light zone has been left, the report says, which cannot be reached by state or federal law. "Although the Sherman anti-trust law is comprehensive in its scope," says the report, "it is not so clearly estab lished that the judirial decisions afford a basis for determining with exactness the lawfulness, or unlawfulness, when taken severally of many particular d* vi<*?s that have been used collectively to control the market. Almost every j decision has been bas*vl on a complex 1 set of facts and the use of a number of j different devices to restrain trade." I "THE LOSEKAM," 1R23 F n.w. Let n? tell yoo why orr Crab Meat i* *o llcloa*! It ia because tb# rrab??takao fr 1 Chc*?r>*ak* hay t<r u?~ara steamed (not boll* ! , auri th* Mm? day tb#ir ra^at la picko/J It < hurriM by express MTTiea to ua. ana reacb*t> * *arly the neit m??rcins;. Why ara our Salad" *o adihla? It la berau all of th# tblcg* u*M tharaln ar?? par- ** and the N*?t. Wa hav# just rlo*td * cocuvt with Messrs. G. <r. C.-?rti*?ll A Son for tb? ? !*> lirary to ua of two hundred gallons of tba Imported virgin ollre oil. 'or us* In th? Lovk^rj Salads. MavonnaJa*. a?r. Palm Beach Suits Dry Cleaned 75c Dry cleaning restores them to a pristine freshness that no washing will give SPINDLER'S, 607 12th St. Phone Main 2704. We "dote" on Phone Orders Yale Laundry Fhone ]*. 2S2. 437 N. Y. At*. Blankets, 25c up. Lace Curtains, 50c Pair. Palm Beach Suits, 50c. BIG REDUCTIONS IS FAMILY WASB. | tyleurf/ork tyVafhinglon 9a, artr | tfulittf (jar/inkle and wiy Furs Stored, Repaired and Remodeled. Phone Main 4830. We Are Showing Entirely New Lines of Fashionable Summer Apparel At Very Moderate Prices At no previous season have we been privileged to present such an extensive and charming assemblage of exclusive fash ions as our present showing, having anticipated every requisite for Traveling, Outing, Sports, Out-of-door Life in the Mountains or Country, Seashore, Yachting. Vacation and Week-end trips, Street, Home, Weddings, and Other Social Affairs of Summer. Dresses Suits Coats and Wraps Separate Skirts Waists Hats Silk, Fibre Silk and Wool Sweaters and Sport Coats. Also complete new lines of Bathing Suits. Riding Habits, Silk, Knit, Crepe de Chine and Muslin Underwear, Corsets. Negligees, Petticoats, Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neck wear, Veils, Parasols, etc. Your Inspection Is Cordially Invited. 1 S^Street,Corner thirteenth I We Have very attractive lines of just such pretty Home furnishings as are suggested in the above illustration. These tea-wagons are convenient for any occasion when light refreshments are to be served. The reed and rattan furniture, either plain or upholstered, is cool and inviting for your rooms or porch. We give you reliable qualities at prices as low as can be found. Have any purchases you wish charged, with small weekly or monthly payments. i Grogan's, 81710 823 seventh St. =BUTTER SAVINGS: You'll find that it pays to keep in touch with our "BUTTER SPECIALS." The following noted brands are steady favorites with economical housewives: "STAR BRAND"PURE ELGIN CREAMERY, per lb "FOUR-LEAF CLOVER" CREAMERY, 5-lb Boxes ?33c $1.90 SWEET BUTTER (Saltless), 40c lb. FRESH NEARBY COUNTRY EGGS, 25c Doz. JAMES F. OYSTER &CoPT^ Stands in All Markets & Pa. Ave. Phone Main 4820 A Vacation Guide Read The Star's Summer Resorts and Country Board columns. Nearly all the desirable places advertise there, and a postal to any advertiser will j bring you additional information j should you desire it*