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Monday?A Hat Event Supreme! 228Latest Spring Hats Worth Far More?But Offered Here for One Day Only, at ) > Dame Fashion proclaims a season of bright colors, and at her behest we an nounce a showing of spring hats in gorgeous hues. Brilliant flame red, fas cinating iade. demure gray, lovely periwinkle and many more bright colors that match the beauty of spring. 50 Hats with a dash and verve which is seldom or never found at anywhere near this price. Hats of smooth and rough straws. Silk and straw combina tions. Embroidered Hats. Feather-trimmed Hats. Hats for afternoon and evening wear. Sport Hats. Our Window Display Will Convince You of the Value Exclusive, Different Modes Wc have assembled the most magnificent selection of spring styles ever seen in this city. There is a hat here for every woman and miss, for every purpose or occasion. We urge that you tome and see this display? g $10 $12-50 $15 Kamcm 402-404 Seventh Street Next Door to Setting a High Standard in? Coats-Suits-Dresses which we shall maintain throughout the season? giving you Values that will be not be duplicated any where?at any time?by anybody. * Spring Sport Coats .95 Qualities that excel at the price Herringbone, Tweed and Sport Cloths?stitched and belted or plain draped. Most effectively finished. All sizes. *14 Spring SilkDresses .95 Qualities that excel at the price New models in Canton Crepe, Crepe de Chines, Satin, Taffeta?origi nal designs, with elaborate werst^d and silk embroidery?new sleeves, new skirt and new effects. $14 SpringTweed Suits Qualities that excel at the price Most attractive models?smart and sportive in designs; and In the real Tweed shades. Wonderfully durable and superiorly tailored. , $14-95 Value at a. Price that a the Gamond Policy, ; - ' # ? -V . ; MR*. JOHN S. HI XL Kit, Formerly MInm Klxle May Mourer, a bride of a few week?f who htm re turned to Wafthinjcton from a lengthy trip north. Mrs. Grant an<3 Mrs. Lee Receive at Vassar Ball Mr. and Mrs. Cazenove Lee enter tained a company at dinner preceding the dance last evening at Rauscher's for the benellt of the Vassar College teachers' salary fund. Mrs. L?ee, as chairman of the Washington branch of the alumnae, received the guests, assisted by Mrs. Frederick Dent Grant and Mrs. Mason Patrick, chairman of the committee on ar rangements. Mrs. L?ee wore a gown of black lace over black trimmed with gold net. Mrs. Grant wore a gown of black sequin and jets, and Mrs. Patrick amethyst sequin over cloth of silver. Among those who had boxes wore Mrs. Charles Hough ton Wood, whose guests included the minister of the Serbs. Croats and Slovenes and Mme. Grouitch. the min ister of Switzerland and Mme. Peter and Miss Mary Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Merrltt, Gen. and Mrs. Wil liam D..Connor, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamilton Funk and Mrs. Louis Scherer. Benefit Concert for Washington Memorial The George Washington Memorial will be the bencliciary of the concert wh!ch will be given Sunday after noon. February 1^6. in Poli's Theater by Mme. Emma Calve. French so prano, and Mr. Ernest Schelling, pianist. Dr. Kati Waller Barrett and Mr John K. Barrett last week went to Norfolk. wneiu'C Mr. Harrett sailed to visit his brother and sister-in law, Maj. and Mrs. Charles D. Bar rett. 1h San Domingo. Mrs. ( harles Poser, who visited her mother. Dr. Barrett, has gone to Montreal to visit before returning to her home in \an Mary E. Carlin and her niece. Miss Nina Fulton, have returned from a visit to the latter s Parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Fulton, at Ellicott City, M>fiss Page Buddin and Miss Ruth Le Hew left last week to spend some time in Florida. , Miss Julia Moneure of Stafford county iB the guest of her sister. Miss Anna Moneure. on Duke street. Mr W B. Persam has returned to his home in Philadelphia after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. L. R Kilgore in Cot Miss'Frances Sale of Richmond is the guest of her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K. War field. in Rosemont. Mrs. Maude I^idlow Is spending o week with friends In New- ^ ork< lty Mrs. George J. Stafford of Wash ington was the week end guest of Mrs. Percy E. Clift on North Colum ^MrsVilo'rris I,. Horner lias returned from Richmond, where she attended the state board meeting of the League of Women Voters. Dr John Lee Allison and Misses Martha I-ee and Laura Allison have re turned from Richmond, where t hey at tended the inauguration of Gov. Trinkle. Miss Margery Hall is 'Jje B'jeyt of her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Randall, in An "Tr"Riph A. Steele of Chambers burg. Pa., was the guest ?f relative* in town last week. Miss Li llle Groves has returned from Baltimore, where she spent sev erai weeks. ? ,, _ Mrs. Clarene'e Ernest Ball of Alaen. Pa is the gue?t of Mrs. Lydia Riley, SpofTord on Seminary Hill. MlM Bernice Hitt of Culpeper is the guest of her brother and sister in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Hitt. Mr. 8. K. Moss of Markham is the guest of his son-in-law and daugh ter. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Stephenson, 1%Uss<Ruby Balderston has returned to her home 1n Kinsale, Va., after I visit to Mrs. C. S. Haley. Miss Annie Woody of Roanoke is the guest of Miss NaotniKidwell. Mrs. Lawrence Arnold and small daughter of Pittsburgh are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. T<Mr. Charles C. Carlin lias returned fro-n Richmond, where he attended the inaugural ceremonies. Mr. Charles C. Carlin, jr.. of the University of Virginia spent the week end with )>is parents on North Washington StMrs. Elizabeth 'J. Puree!I lias re turned from a trip to New York city. Mrs. R- L. Tate and Mr. h-dward Tate spent the week end with rela tives in Richmond. Mrs. William E. Shepherd of Front Royal was the guest for a short time of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M Shepperson. at the Wagar. Mrs Carroll W. Ashby of Kingston. Ontario, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George TJhler, on North Washington "'mts. Katherlne Evans of Warren ton was the guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sidney Douglas on Cam erMisstIH?ttle Douglas Is the (fusst of her brother-in-law an* sister, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Elklns. at Atlantic *~'m1ss Ellxa Douglas whs the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Clarke at Ellicott City. Md. Miss Mamie Lindsey has returned from a visit to Miss Mary Cheatwood inMi\n*ndUMrs. G. W. Davis and Earl Davis have returned to their home in Scran ton. Pa., after a visit to Mrs. Davis' parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Morton, on North Pitt street. Mrs. CharleB R. jiooir is the guest of relatives in Baltimore. Mr: and Mrs. Walter U. Varney en tertained Informally at cards Satur day evening, February 4, at their home In Del Ray. Rev. R. A. McKay la ttie guest ?f his brother, Mrs. Roseila McKay. In Richmond. , _ Mrs. Othor Older of Charleston, S. C.. !? the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Newton In Rosemont. Mrs J. E. Cochran has returned from a Visit to relatives in Baltimore. Mrs. Douglas L. Folk of Richmond was the week end guest of Mrs. Jen nefer Broaddus. Mrs. Emllv Erwin is the guest of her sister. Mrs. Herbert Jenkins, in Baltimore. ? , " Misses Mary and Jean Clark left this week to join their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Clark, at their nww tone in Millville, N. J. Mies Catherine Sexton and Mr. I Paul Be*ton of Washington were the .T f FEBRUARY^ FURNITURE V SALE i r FEBRUARY^ FURNITURE ^ SALE j February Furniture Sale A sale in which you will find the most desirable Suites and pieces of Fur niture offered to you at extraordinary prices. ' ? 10 to 33 Per Cent Reductions Complete 3-Room Apartment Outfit Ten-piece Mahogany Dining Room Suite. Four-piece American Walnut Bedroom Suite, in cluding spring and mat tress. Three-piece Living Room Suite. Selection of biue velour or damask covering; spring cushions, seats and davenport table. February Sale Price of entire outfit, !;? Dining Room Table, 5 Side Chairs, and Armchair to it match. February Sale Price of Suite / l i If complete t* Sold separately?Buffet, $66.50; China Case, $42.50; Closed-In Serving T Sold separately?Buffet, $66.50; China Case, $42.50; Closed-In Serving Table, $27.50; Dining Room Table, $42.50; Side Chairs, $11.50 each; Armchair, $19.00. Mahogany 10-Piece Suite, Queen Anne Design <?071 fin February Sale Price of Suite l.UU Sold separately?Buffet, $75.00; China Case, $49.50; Closed-In Serving Table, $27.50; 54-inch Dining Table, $52.50; Side Chairs to match, $10.50 each; Armchair to match, $14.00. Wool-Cott Mattress Briefly, the advantages are: One side is of wool, making a warm sleeping surface for the winter months, and fhe other is of layer felt, making a cool sleeping surface for the summer months. ? It also has ventilators in the sides to allow fresh air to pass in and out, which keeps your mattress fresh and fluffy. Price for double size Price for single size May we have ttoe pleasure of explaining in further detail the Wool-Cott Mattress? Moses Special Layer Felt Mattress, weight, 50 pounds; made with imperial stitched edge; covered In best standard ticking. February Sale Price, ;+ This Mahogany Four-piece Bedroom Suite of Early Ameri '? can design. Suite consists of Dresser, Chifforobe, Toilet Table ;f and Four-poster Bed. Bed has rail across $^C*0 rn i footboard, instead of panel as shown. Febru ary Sale Price of Four-piece Suite Dresser, $81.50; Chifforobe, $69.50; Toilet Table, $63; Full or Twin-Size >* Four-poster Bed, $44.50; Vanity Dresser to match, $119.00. Ten (10) piece American walnut Dining Room Suite; Hepplewhite design; suite consists of Buffet, China Case, closed-in Serving Table, oblong Dining Room Table, 5 side Chairs and Armchair to match. Chairs covered with blue velour. February Sale tfJQ'TC Price of Suite.. ?j/0 iv Ten (10) piece special America" walnut Dining Room Suite; Italian design. February Sale yf PA Price of Suite... ? v ' IT ^ tf * Four (4) Piece French F M. I 1 Gray Decorated Bedroom Pi Three (3)Piece Cane Liv ? lii'' ^ iff' ing Room Suite consisting * - / of large Davenport, Arm _ r chair and Arm Rocker to Special three (3) piece Overstuffed Living Room Suite, consisting of match; blue damask uphol large Davenport ana two Armchairs, upholstered in $0^^7.50 stery. February (j>l OA tapestry ? spring seat and spring cushion construction. /\ IJ ' Sale price of suit fcpXOU February Sale Price of Suite ^ Inquire About Out Deferred Payment Plan ttmtt