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1510 It. STREET. N.W
WPOSIff SHORE HAH KStSb*
SEMI-ANNUAL
CLEARANCE SALE
Feature today?special groups of
Tailored and Sport Suits at $35
Formerly to $95
A limited group of Tailor-Made and
Rich Fur-Trimmed Suits at Less Than
Half their real Worth.
Tailored Effects with Fur Collars or
with Fur Collars and Cuffs.
Fur-Trimmed Suits with all manner of
Fur Embellishments.
i
This group includes mod
els not previously Shown.
65 years in Bu amass
tA F?t 12* J,
\mm\2
Reliable Furriers for Sixty-five Years
January Clearance
Sales Now
Suits?V2 Off
Every Plain Tailored and Fur-trimmed
Suit in the store is included. All this sea
son's models of Moussyne, Panvelaine,
Duvet de Laine, Marvella and Wondma.
Many fur-trimmed with Beaver, Squirrel
and Mole. Others braid-trimmed.
Dresses?^ Off
Embracing our entire stock of this sea
son's Afternoon and Street Dresses, Eve
ning- and Party Frocks. In this remark
able assemblage you will find dresses for
present or early Spring wear. This offer
does not include New Advance Spring
Dresses, now commencing to arrive.
Coats--20%to40%0ff
Balance of all Winter Coats of the finest
Marvella, Pollyanna, Orlando, Duvet de
Laine and Evora. Linings of first quality
Crepe de Chine or Peau de Cygne, and
luxuriously trimmed with Beaver, Squir
rel or Wolf. Many self-trimmed, with big
shawl collars. Fur Coats not included.
WITH the tremendous cost of upkeep and repair, the
price of "gas," the losses involved In collisions, the
constant depreciation in value?it's cheaper and safer to
use WEST 84 taxis than to drive your own car!
50c for Ten Blocks
75c in City Proper
Our taxi rates are the in the city proper. Phone
cheapest in the city ?50 WEST 84 and employ this
cents for ten blocks, 75 cheaper, better taxi service
cents for a greater distance for all your needs.
Taxis by the hour as low at $2.00
Special rates for oat-of-town trips
NEW TAXI SERVICE CO.
1140 21st Street N.W.
PhoneWEST 84
The Attorney General Entertains the
President and Mrs. Harding
at His Apartment.
THE PRESIDENT and Mrs.
Harding were the guests last
evening of the Attorney Gen
eral. Mr. Daugberty, at Ward
man Park Hotel. Mra Harding received
Lady Lee and Mr. Andrew B. Humphrey
at the White House yesterday afternoon
In the green room. Lady Lee presented
to Mrs. Harding the key to.Sulgrave
Manor, England, the ancestral home of
George Washington. Mr. Humphrey,
secretary of Sul grave Institution, accom
panying her.
The Vice President, who left Wash
ington for Chicago yesterday, will spend
t'.ie day there, returning to Washington I
tomorrow evening. Mra. Coolldge ac
companied by their sons, John and Cal
vin Coolidsre. left Washington at 10
o'clock this morning to motor to Mer
cersburR, Pa., where the boys will re
enter the academy. Mrs. Coolldge will
I return to the capital tomorrow evening.
' Mrs. Hughe*, wife of the Seoretary or
1 State will have to assist her at her "at
I home" this afternoon Mrs. Fletcher.
1 wite of the undersecretary, and Mrs.
i Robert Woods Bliss, wife of the third
! assistant secretary of state. Miss
i Hughes will also be with her mother,
i Other ladies of the cabinet receiving
are Miss Mellon, daughter of the Secre
tary of the Treasury; Mrs. Edwin
IJenby, wife of the Secrttary of the
Navy; Mra Wallace, wife of the Secre
tary of Agriculture, and Mrs. Hoover,
wife of the Secretary of Commerce. ?
Dlaaer at Freaek
Embassy Tonlgkt. .
The ambassador of France and
Mme. Jusserand will entertain a
company at dinner this svenihfr.
The ambassador of Great Britain
and Lady Geddes entertained, at
luncheon today, when their guests
i included Sir John Jordan, Sir Hubert
I Llewllvn Smith, Commander Ray
! ment, Commander Stanton, Mr. A.
Flint, Capt. Henry and Mr. Mct-or
I mick-Goodhart.
The ambassador of Peru. Senor
Pezet, will return to Washington to
morrow from New York, where he
has spent several days.
The Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court and Mrs. Taft were the guests
of honor at dinner last evening of
Hear Admiral and Mrs. W. W. Kim
ball. The other guests 'ncl"de?..Re?r
.esentative and Mrs.
I Hicks, former Senator and Mrs. vwi
lard Saulsbury. the director general
of the Pan-American Union, ur.
Rowe; Mrs. Frederick Dent- Grant,
Mrs. Gibson Fahnestock and Mr.
George Snowden Andrews. ?*
The Secretary of War and Mr^
Weeks will be the guests of honor at
dinner this evening of the secretary
of the Smithsonian Institution and
Mrs. Charles D. Walcott.
Mrs. Andrius A. Jones, wife;,of the
senator from New Mexico, will be at
home tomorrow afternoon from 4 to
o'clock at 2400 16th street.
The wedding in St. Margarets
Church this afternoon of Miss >ina
Gore, daughter of former Senator and
Mrs. Thomas P. Gore, to Lieut, fcu
gene Luther Vidal, U. S. N.,, '
together a large company from rest
dent and official service c rclea The
bride has been a schoolgirl In Wash
ington most of her life, and is wen
known and loved by hosts of friends,
while the bridegroom, who also has
many friends here, has had a
larly distinguished career for so
y Because1 Of' the serious Illness of
both Mr. and Mra Gore who are un
able to attend the wedding. Repre
sentative William A. Rosenberg of
Illinois will escort the bride to the
altar and give her away. and Mra
the* reception 'to he.^he^
KS*8Tu?kret s Is decereUd
r1
addition to Its usual aiTangement of
palms and fern a a table charmingly
dTChrtRev.lnDr0He,?bert Scott Smith
rector of the church.wi"
the ceremony, and the bride will t>e
attended by Miss Margaret Yonng of
Oklahoma as maid of h?nor? 1
bridesmaids are Miss 5.oro.t51y.M?"I
dell. Miss Rosa-Maye Kendrick and
Miss Esther McVann, all
ton. and Miss Marjorle Little of Phll
* The'bride's gowii Is of
satin with a design handsomely car
ried out In seed pearls on the bodice
and the panel of the skirt the lat ?r
slightly draped atone sld?> ,**
skillfully arranged rose point laoe
scarf carries out still further the
draped effect. A court train falls from
the shoulders; the long '"]1?
sprayed with orange blossoms falls
over it. The veil will be
Russian coronet formed of ,the rose
point lace beaded In seed pearla. She
will carry a shower bouquet of bride
roses and lilies of theivaJley.
Miss Toung, the maid of honor, will
wear a gown of light rgreen oh'Bon
draped. but simply fashioned, the
skirt being rather full,
with its round neok, is An
exquisite efteot is given by the gjrdle
of silver and the,narrow train of sil
ver which falls at the left elde- Th?
becoming hat Is of silver, as are the
sippers to be iworn. and she wll oarry
a bouqut of pink roses In an oid-fash
ioned silver holder with a frill of lade.
The growns to be worn oy tne
bridesmaids are fashioned like that
of the maid of honor, and they will
wear the same accessories of silver
carrying colonial bouquets In silver
holders. Miss Mondeil's gown is of
lavender chiffon, Miss McVann s of
coral Pink, Miss Littles of orchid
color and Miss Kendrlck's of blue.
Lieut. Vidal will have Capt. John
TuoDer Cole as best man. ana ~tne
ushers are Maj. Martin B*. Scanlon,
Maj. Hubert R. Harmon, Maj. John E.
Harris, Capt. Louis
Kelly and Mr. PaulF. Sanborne.
Following the oeremony, the Wide
and bridegroom will pas under an
arch of crossed sabers.
Assisting Mrs.'Rodenberrat the re
ception at the Congressional Clubwlll
be Mra John B. Kendrlck. Mrs. MIU?
Polndexter, Mra W. A. Oldfteld, Mi*.
Frank W. Mondell, Mrs. William A.
Rodenberg and Mra B. D. Jones.
Lieut. Vidal Is stationed at Fort Sill,
and the wedding Journey will end
there, where he has arranged quarters
for his bride. Her going-away cos
ture consists of a handsomely tailored
suit of heavy gray Polret twill and a
small' toque of :the same color, com
bined with silver.
Mrs. Newton Diehl Baker, wife of the
former Secretary of War, will arrive
from her home in Cleveland tomorrow
morning for a fortnight's visit with
Brig. Gen. and Mrs. William ?..Con
nor. '
Miss Louisa Todd, arrived -yesterday
from her home in j Louisville, Ky.?
to spend the remainder of the
season with her aunt.. Mme. Hauge,
who will entertain at dinner (Saturday
In her honor. Saturday. January 21.
Mme. Hauge will entertain at .tea.in
her honor and Tuesday, January 21
Mme. Hauge will again be hostess at
dinner.
Mrs. Reginald Huidekoper enter
tained at luncheon today in honor of
her sister. Miss Victorine du Pont,
who will return to her home In Wil
mington Friday. The other guests
were Princess Bertha Cantacuxene,
Miss Evelyn Wadsworth, Miss Kath
arine Wylie, Miss Louisa Todd,-Mi?e
Sydney Webb, and Mlsslitus.
Mr. Balfsar Gaest
At Dlaaer TobIkM.
The Rt. Hon. Arthur James;Balfour
will be the guest of honor; At-diaper
this evening of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight
F. Dav)B. .
Mr. Hanihara of the Japanese dele
gation will entertain at dinner this
evening.
The Speaker of the House and Mrs.
Frederick H. Gfllett were the guests
of honor at the dinner given last
evening by Representative and Mrs.
Frederick A. Britten at Wardman
Park Hotel. Others at the dinner
were the minister of Sweden and
Mme. Wallenberg, Senator Thomas J.
Walsh. Senator Samuel D. Nicholson,
Mr. and Mrs. Breckenridge Long, Mr.
and .Mrs. William Eric, Fowler, Mr.
and Mrs. Randall Hagner. Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene'du Pont and Mrs. James
Carroll Fraser.
Mrs. Reed Smopt, wife of the senator
from Utah, will be-at home tomorrow
afternoon at 2521 Connecticut avenue.
Mrs. James E. Watson; wife of the
senator from Indiana will receive
tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 6
o'clock at her home, 212" California
street. Airs. Watson will be as
sisted by Mrs. John Mock.
Mrs. Henry Wilder Keycs. wife of
the senator from New Hampshire,
will hold her tlrst at home of the
season tomorrow afternoon at 2100
16th street from 4 to 6 o'clock.
Mrs. Key Plttman, wife of the
senator from Nevada, will be at
home tomorrow afternoon from 4 to
6 o'clock'at her residence, 3145 16th
street. -
______ * ' '
?Mrs. Owen, wife of-Senator Robert
L. Owen,, and, their daughter, Mrs.
John Cameron Hawkins, will be at
home tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 6
o'alook at. 1901 Wyoming avenue.
Mrs. Henry F. Dimook will enter
tain a -company of twenty-eight
young people at dinner this evening,
followed by daiiclng, ' in honor of
Prinoess Bertha Cantapuzene. Fifty
or sixty additional guests have been
asked for the dance. Miss Elizabeth
bee Dodge and Miss Emily Fordyce
Dodge, daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Wltherbee Dodge of New
York will arrive this afternoon to be
guests of Mrs. Dimock for the party
and will return to their home tomor
row.
Mrs. Theodore W. Noyes will not
observe her Thursday afternoon at
home tomorrow, but will receive on
the following Thursday afternoons of
January.
Mrs. Guy Despard Goff, wife of the !
assistant tp: ther Attorney General, will
not be at home today.
Commander and Mrs. John N. Fer
guson have as a guest at their quar
ters at the -navy yard Mrs. Frank G."
Fahrion. Commander and Mrs. Fer
guson will entertain at dinner pre
ceding- the navy yard dance Thurs
day night.
MaJ. and Mrs. Cyrus Boynton Wood
will be at home after January 12, at
1740 R street northwest.
Mrs. Edson Bradley entertained -
company of twenty at, luncheon to
day.
A4mhril aad Mr*. Latlmrr
Present Daughter at Ball.
A midwinter bud presented to so
ciety under auspicious circumstances
at a dance last night was Miss Eliza
beth Latimer, daughter of the judge
advocate general of the Navy and
Mrs. Latimer, the party being given
at 2400 16th street. The debutante,
who stood with her parents in re
ceiving, was lovely in a dainty gown
of pale pink chiffon and silver, the
skirt being fashioned with a hoop
skirt of the chiffon embroidered in
silver' and crystals and the bodice
formed entirely of silver cloth and
crystal beads. She carried for a part
of the evening a cluster of pink roses.
Mrs. Latimer's gown was of sequins
and emerald green chiffon, a panel
of the sequins falling front and back
and opening at the sides over
drapery of the soft material.
The ballroom had, In addition to Its
decoration of Dalms, ferns and smllax.
a splendid array of flowers sent as
tribute to the bud. Assisting Miss
Latimer were Miss Laura Lejeune,
Miss Leonore Greenleas, Miss Patricia
Ainsa, |Mlsa Mary Stitt. Miss Helen
Griffin, Miss Catherine Cheatham, Miss
Atala Kimmel. Miss Julia Hume. Miss
Carolyn Hagner. Miss Nancy Hoyt.
Miss Gladys Chapman Smith and Miss
Margaret Treadwell. !
Preceding the dance the debutante
was entertaJned. at dinner by Com
mander and Mrs. Walter WooJeon,
who had a. smart little 'company to
meet her, and Admiral and Mra Lati
mer entertained a dinner party of
younger girts for their other .daugh
ters, Miss Mary Latimer and Miss
Laura Latimer.
Mrs. Louis J. Seelbach. Jr., is
spending the week with Mr. and I
Mrs. Henry Parsons Erwin, who en- :
tertained a company of ten at din
ner In her honor last evening at the
University Club. >
Mrs. Erwin will be hostess at a
small tea this afternoon for Mrs.
Seelbach and will be assisted by Miss
Sarah Latimer and Miss Madeleine
Austin. - - -
? Mrs. Robert'. Lansing, president of
the District' of Columbia Y. w. C. A.,
will assist In recelvlng-thls afternoon
at the tea following the annual meet
ing of the ten chapters of the Y. w
C. A.; of .which Mrs. Chester D.
Swope Is chapter chairman. The
meeting will be held at 2 o'clock and
the tea will be at the Grace Dodge
Hotel frftm 4 to 5 o'clock. Mrs. Swope
Hotel Hadleigh
Restaurant
l?h, V & W Sts. N.W.
Breakfast SpeeUI, SOe. 60ol
7S<\ and a la Cart*.
Dinner, Table d'Hftte, |L25
and a la Carte.
?
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REMODELED & REPAIRED
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726 13th St N.W. Call M. 1706
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' - From
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Canal", Vene
zuela, Wind
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ward If lands, Virgin Islandi,
Porto Rico, Nassau and. Ber
muda.
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_ Jan. It. Feb. II. Mar. 20.
IdrfMt dimensions ef say steam
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It* If* ? HICKS, Maaigcr
MISS CORNELIA BOWIE.
Granddaughter of Gov. Bowie of
Maryland and kouf ncit of Mrs.
Fraaeola Berger Moraa.
and Mrs. Lansing will receive, and
presiding' at the tea table will be
Mrs. Woodbury I'ulsifer, Mrs. J.
Bright Handy, Mrs. Alfred Fisher
and Miss Kiizaheth Pierce. Inuring
the tea Mrs. Frank Duvies and Mrs.
i Edmund Z. O'Brien will sing.
I Mr. and Mrs. William Littauer rn
ItertHinud a company of twentv-four
of the younger circle at dinner last
evening.
Mrs. J. A. Mendelson. .who spent
several months at Sky land. Va., lias
Joined her husband. Capt. Mendelson,
at their residence, 4012 Georgia ave
nue.
Mrs.-John Milholland of. New York
city, a member of the New York City
l?eague of.Artiuriean Pen Women, will
be the guest of Mrs. William Ather
ton Du Puy, national presideat of the
League of American Pen Women, at
the regular weekly luncheon held to
day at the national olubhouse. Mrs.
Milholland is stopping at the La
Fayette Hotel.
Mrs. Theodore Tiller, president Of
the Washington branch of the Leagu*?
of American Pen Women, entertained
at luncheon today at the clubhouse
on H street in compliment to two
well known musicians, Miss Hjaerdis
Gregg of Norway and Miss Nina Nie
mann, and asked to meet them Miss
Uonora Sherwood. Mrs. R. Potter
Palmer. Mrs. John J>. Dennet. Mrs.
William Wolff Smith and Mrs. J. Fred
Essary.
Mr. Ralph Burton was host at
luncheon at the Shoreham yesterday,
entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Harold W.
A Good Time to Order
?Painting and Papering
EDUCED Prices to provide employment
for our experienced palntrrs and
paperbanrer*. Glad to furnish esti
mates for YOU.
R
HARRY W. TAYLOR CO.
8333 18th St. y.W. Phone Col. 1077. I
Have New Glass
?for that Windshield cut
to order by us and there'll
be no question about it
fitting.
11 We quote Favorable Prices
on .glass for all requirements.
BECKER PAINT
& GLASS CO.
1239 WUeoaala Are, Tel. W. ?7
CHAS. E. HODOK1N. Mgr.
Little Paint?
New Window Shades
--or room papered, chair upholstered, eto.,
helps materially to brifhten up the home.
Most reasonable charges.
CORNELL WALL PAPER CO.
714 13th >.W. M. 3373-5374
Goods and
Beauty Shops
mf&SL-ijTiuRo**
*? C.1, 101 S3
"Mtet Jf? at Btiler11"
READY Any Time
?from 9 to 5 daily, to give
YOUR EYES A SCIENTI
TIFIC examination. Make an ap
pointment, and let me tell you
whether or not you really need glasses.
BERNARD A. BAER,
OPTOKETHIBT?Tel. Main 1S77.
2nd .Floor, 217 & 218 Evans Bldg.
?FLORIDA
BY SEA
JACKSONVILLE
(VU Savannah)
From BALTIMORE
Tuaaday, Friday. A P.M.
$30.96*" T*rd $55.73
. *a?la and atateroom accomrao.
dationa included. Extra oharve for
Promaudo Deck Boom*. Tiokota
rood to return until Hay 31.
AutomoMlaa carried. (Cloud
oar* excepted.)
Merchant* A Miner*
Trana. Co.
War ?, root S. Gay St.
Talaphoa* St. Paul 4100.
Pimply? Well, Don't Be
People Notice It Drive Them
Ofl'Wlth Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets.
A pimply face win not embarrass
you much longer if you get a pack
age of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets.
The skin should begin to clear after
you have taken the tablets a few
nights.
Cleanse the Mood, bowels and
liver with Dr. Edwards' Olive
Tablets, the successful substitute
for calomel; there's no sickness or
pain after taking them.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do
that which calomel does, and just
as effectively,, but their action is
gen tie and safe' instead of severe
and Irritating.
No one who takes Olive Tablets
Is ever cursed with a "dark brown
taste," a bad breath, a dull, listless,
"no good" feeling, constipation,
torpid liver, bad disposition or
pimply face.
Olive Tablets are a purely vege
table compound mixed with olive
oil; you will know them by their
olive color.
Dr. Edwards spent years among
patients afflicted with liver and
bowel complaints, and Olive Tablets
?n the Immensely effective result
Take one or two nightly for a week.
See bow much better you feel and
look. 13c and 3k.
betton at Chicago, Mm George Khle
and her slater and house guest, Mrs.
HeaUvole.
Mr. Phi;ip W. Work of Colorado
I will come to Washington today to
Join his parents, the first assistant
postmaster general and Mrs. Hubert
Work, at their apartment at Ward
man Park Hotel. Mrs. Work has been
confined to the apartment for several
days with a slight Illness.
Mrs. Thomas Bell Sweeney enter
tained at luncheon at the Shoreham
yesterday a company of twelve.
The marriage of Miss Ulla. Ruby
Rathbun of Falrview. Okla., to Mr.
Frank T. Tracy of this city took place
at noon today at the Foundry M. E.
Church. Rev. Herbert F. Randolph.
D. D., pastor of the church, performed
the ceremony. The bride was attired
in a dark blue traveling suit and wait
attended by Mi?s Jean Maxwell of
Black Lick, I'a. The brldegroom'i
brother, Mr. Robert C. Tracy, was.
best mail. Following the ceremony a
reception was held in the parlors of
the church, the bridal couple leaving
later for Philadelphia, Atlantic City
and New York. On their return Mr.
and Mrs. Tracy will reside at 1419
Chapin street.
Mr. and Mrn. Isaac B. N'ordlinger an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Jennlo N'ordlinger, to
Mr. Maurice Kafka of this city. They
will be at home, 3113 N street. Mon
day evening, January 16, from 8;30
to 10:30 o'clock.
Judge and Mrs. Charles B. Howry
have as their guest the latter's sister,
Mrs. Jack Davidson of Florida. Mrs.
Howry will entertain for her at
lnncheon tomorrow, and on Satur
day she will be the honor guest at
luncheon of Mrs. Henry Miller.
Mrs. A. G. Winterhalter, widow of
Admiral Winterhalter, of Washing
ton. is spending: a few days In New
| York and is stying at the Hotel
Astor.
Mrs. Frank C. Yokel, jr., of Cali
i fornia. formerly Miss Anita Burkette
j of . this city, is visiting- her parents,
I Mr. and Mrs. John Burkette, at their
1 R street residence.
Kndirott?Emisr Wedding
An Evrnt of yesterday.
The home of Capt. and Mrs. Clayton
J5. Kmig was the s<iene of a small
hut effectively arranged wedding yes
terday afternoon, when their young
est daughter, Miss Lelia Clayton
Kmig, became the bride of Mr. Kalph
Kndicott- The ceremony took place
in the drawing room, which wai
decorated with palms and cut flowers.
The Rev. A. F. Anderson, assistant
pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, of
ficiated. The bride's sister. Airs. Wil
(Continued on Ninth Page.)
NEW?and most
interesting news of
our January Sales!
No lagging in
value-giving at this
shop!
I
Glove Sale
$2.00 8-Button Length Strap Wrist
Chamoisette Gloves
Silk
Lined
Gauntlet
1.00
Pair
Self
Embroidery
8
The' Sale at one dollar per pair of the best of Chamoisette Gloves with silk lined
gauntlet is one that is going to be popular. 106 dozen?and 110 duplicates at this
price. All size's and the good shades?brown, beaver, mastic, gray and covert.
Owing to the Storm, There Has Not Been Much of a Crowd for
Sweaters at $5
.00
?
Although They Are the Usual $9.50 to $19.50 Kinds
Don't you want one ?
Medium and heavy weights. All brand new?in Worsteds, Mohair, Zephyr and
Silk and Wool Mixtures.
We are; disposing of these for a manufacturer who found himself with a surplus,
and as we have no Sweater department at this season of the year, we are selling
them off in our temporary basement salesroom.
Some have wide Tuxedo fronts?others convertible revers, making them a coat
buttoning style?in black, navy, jockey red, peacock, buff, tan, brown and black with
white.
ELEVENTH ST.
The House of Courtesy
Another-^and Deeper
Reduction in the
Fine Coats
Clearance is playing
havoc with regular
prices?to the point
where you have the
choice tomorrow of
high=grade Coats?at
All the better materials are
included?Pollyanna, Malita, Nor
mandy. Evora, Wandora. Chamois
tyne, Plush, etc. Some trimmed
with the fine furs?Wolf, Squirrel,
Beaver, Nutria, Mole, Raccoon,
Australian Opossum.
In all the leading models?Fitted,
Bloused and Belted effects?elabo
rately embroidered and stitched?
and lined with silk.
The sizes are quite complete
both ladies' and misses'
s
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