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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, February 19, 1922, Image 74

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The G i s h girls,
Dorothy and Lillian,
who are featured in
Griffith's new photo
play, "Orphans of the
Interna tiona I.
E. A. Cathart of Miami, Fla., is a sculptor, and his medium
is the cocoanut. His work does not hang in the famous gal
leries of the world, but he has carved faces on $35,000 cocoa
nuts and sold them to tourists.
Spectacular fire on roof of
the United States Treasury on
February 8. The flames spread
to the duplicating gallery,
where they raged unchecked
for an hour. The loss is esti
mated at about $5,000.
?Underwood A t*uderw<HM|.
The last word in style, dash and
novelty, according to the American
makers of fashions. The cape may
be used as a skirt. Worn by Miss
Fay Marbe, vaudeville star.
?t'Dd?nrood * Caferwuod.
A pure soap with an
abundant cleansing'
lather for toilet and bath
IN order that we may
live up to our motto of
we have a special corps of
intelligent and exper
ienced men whose busi
ness it is to buy for our
stock a complete line of
sporting goods;
"Everything for sportsmen"
909 Pa. Ave. N.W.
Phone Main 8039.
None yet produced
even approaches these
beautiful hand-crafted
pearls for their pearly
white iridescence. They'
are the choice of the
most fastidious people.
Guaranteed perma
nently not to bteak, peel
oi discolor.
Necklaces of l.adv
Ian lax Peai Is have solid
i?nld clasp and are 11/
i losed 111 pretty silk lined
\el\et case.
18-inch Str^qdjaf
$7.50 '
24-inch Strands
30-incIi Strands
ft. r stilt* exclusively in this city by
Goldsmith & Co.
1205 F Street
R. Harris & Co.
Seventh and D Sts.
and %dviinerd
Inxtruciiui In
all brancfceM
of Mimic.
Ortlf led
CuurnrM Irntl
Ing to Tem4i
ern* nnd Arl
lHt?* Dlplomn.
Established 1904. 714 11th 8t.
Franklin 4491.
Exceptionally "Smart"
A new brown suede strap san
dal jv.st received, with low Louis
XV heel, at $13.
JOOf F St..Corner Tenth
fSTAB. 1869
To free your skin
from blemishes
?the right way
Ask a skin specialist why it is that vour skin is continually break*
ine out with disfiguring little blemisfies. He will almost certainly
teD you that this condition comes from an outside infection.
Authorities on the skin now say that skin blemishes are gener
ally caused by bacteria and parasites which are carried into the
pores from outside, through dust and soot in the air. By the fol
lowing simple treatment, you can gradually but thoroughly free
your skin from blemishes:
17ACH night just before retiring, wash your face
?L-J with Woodbury's Facial Soap and warm water,
finishing with a dash of cold water, and dry care
Now dip the tips of your fingers in warm water and
rub tnem on the cake of Woodbury's until they
are covered with a heavy, creamlike lather.
Cover each blemish with a thick coat of this and
leave it on for ten minutes.
Rinse your face thoroughly, first with clear hot
water, then with cold.
Supplement this treatment with the regular use of Woodbury's
Facial Soap in your daily toilet, to keep the new skin which is con
stantly forming free from blemishes.
Get a cake of Woodbury's today, at any drug store or toilet
goods counter. A 25-cent cake will last for a month or six weeks
of this treatment and for general cleansing use. The Andrew
Jergens Co., Cincinnati, New York and Perth, Ontario.
1921, by Th* Amdrrw Jergttu Ca

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