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A Special
Most Unui
Cool and
Canton Cre]
18, 86 and 3
Smart Hats?He
Ik Vw w~v^5"
1209 Connec
The Connet
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\H3 aho<
An astonishing collec
new trimmed, ready-to-w
sports hats?specially pu
"for a song" because t
plier needed ready cashtomorrow
and Saturda
"give-away" price.
t, A low heel wal
i out pattern, i
patent leather,
Fine Shoes
That Solt
I *
TT 1
afi georgette, i
i*r can:
That Sol
. ' -?J
{ * - f-"W -
Sale of
ies for Morning
>on and Sports Wear
dainty creations of Crepe Knit,
pe and Georgette. Sizes 14, 16,
(8. Reduced to
$19 $25 $35
duced to $5, $10 and $15 TTERISAK
ticut Avenue N. W.
Tticut Avenue Shop
Tomorrow and
Sensational TwoDay
L 500
Made to Sell From
> $5 to $10
:tion of (ft
ear and % V
irchased *|/ M
he sup-offered
L-ino-nnmn witVi rut
""*?> f?
in white kid, black ;
black or tan calfskin
Shoe Shop
> F Street
For Men and Women
'e Exquisite
3r Dresses
i Up to $32.50
tdueed to
Street and
on Dresses
d Up to $58*0
tdueed to
12-50 I
? v
J gooiely ,5
(Continued from Eighth Palre.) n0'
ington will be in charge of the ice
cream table, Miss Christabel Hill and
Miss Henrietta Hill, the candy, and
Miss Lillian Thompson will have the
f.ower stall. nu
Homton-Dfane Wedding
Took Place Last Evening. oai
The marriage of Miss Alice Clinton
Deane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- j
liam C. Deane, to Mr. Harold Allen
Houston of Pittsburgh, Pa., took Hi
place last evening at $:30 o'clock at <
the Vermont Avenue Christian Church,
the rector, Rev. Earle Wililey, officiating,
in the presence of a large gathering
of relatives and friends. pit
The church was decorated with
palms and Australian ferns and a
musical program was given while A
the guests were being seated. Mr. n
Sparks, the organist, gave a number
of selections, and Mr. Paul Bleyden B'
sang several solos.
The bride, who was given in marriage
by her father, wore a gown of
orchid crepe meteor beaded in Crystals
and her bouquet was of rose tii
buds and orchids. The matron of di
honor, Mrs. Viola Lambert, of New .
York city wore apricot chiffon and
carried white sweet peas and blue of
delphinium. Mr. J. Hays Griffith of Ft
Pittsburgh acted as best man and the ,
ushers were Mr. R. E. L. Smith, Mr.
W. J. Wagner, Mr. E. H Helmuth ro
and Mr. R. E. Wei ford. 12
A reception followed, at the home
of the bride's parents, 2900 14th street,
z/ when the bridal couple were assisted in
in receiving by Mrs. Deane, mother dc
of the bride, who wore white pussy ci
willow taffeta. Mr. and Mrs. Houston m
left late in the evening for Atlantic Sj
City and will be at home after July to
15, in Pittsburgh, Pa. Mr. George
Raymond of Springfield, Mo., was er
among the out-of-town guests pres- g,
ent at the ceremony.
Mrs. Kate Landon Jenkins of Fred- ri
ericksburg and Washington announces
the marriage of her niece.
Miss Ruth E. Johnson, to Mr. War- .
ren Ramey of Warrenton, Va., and'
Washington, on Jur\* 12, 1922. q
Mr. and Mrs. Ho Kom Tong and
Mrs. Chon See, prominent residents of
China, have arrived in Washington
uuiii tneir nome in nongKong, 4tnu are
occupying- the presidential suite
at the New Willard. They entertained * "
a small company informally at lunch
at the hotel yesterday.
T>r. and Mrs. William C. Gwynn 01
have returned, after spending several a'
weeks at Hot Springs, Va. ~~
The Phi Alpha Chapter of the Chi
Omega Sorority was entertained at
a tea given by Miss Elizabeth Neina
Bice at her home on 16th street. 1
Maj. and Mrs. Fred W. Llewllyn of
Fort Benning. Ga.. are in Washing- 1
ton for a short visit, and are stopping I
at the Burlington Hotel. "
Tables have been reserved for the A
card party to be given by the Flanders \
Unit of the American Women's Le- K.
gion on Friday, June 16, at 2 o'clock,
at the Dumbarton Club, at Wisconsin T
avenue and 31st streets, by Mrs. Wil- I
liam Connors, Mrs. T. Q. Donaldson, JH
Mrs. Tom Baker, Mrs. Stephen Lyman
Tabor, Mrs. Harry A. Faulkner. Mrs.
Albion Wilkens Tuck, Mrs. Chester
Smith, Miss Nettie Thompson. Mrs. Fl
Chauncey Carter, Mrs. George Daw,
Mrs. Albert Berres. Mrs. John Bax- w
ter Hill, Mrs. Bertram Trenls, Mrs. "
Wallace Streator, Mrs. Edward Britton,
Mrs. Carol McGuire. Miss Marie
J. McGuire is chairman and Mrs.
Frank Morrison is vice chairman of
the card party.
-r Mr. and Mrs. Morris Blumenfeld
W will be at home to their friends at
*r their home, 3142 17th street northwest, S
| tomorrow evening, June 16, from 9 to ?
| 11 o'clock. I
1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scott of 3t. fl
I Petersburg, Fla., who are in Wash- P
3 ington for a visit are at the Powhatan, r
; 9
Births Reported. I
3 The following births have been reported to fl
i the health department in the last twenty-four |
]| hours:
I. Roy I*, and Mary M. Neuhauser. girl. |
|j Edwin E. and Eugenia M. Trazzare. l>oy. j
|I Harry C. and Fannie E. Spielman. boy. U
]j Edward L. and Flora M. Weber, girl . 9
31 Samuel G. and Mary I,. Flaherty, girl. ' p
I Hubert L>. and Gertrude Hoover, boy. > |
j! Earl E.. sr.. and !?uise Pennell, boy. I L
3' Vernon R. and Edith Dunlap. boy. i
3j William F. and Irene A. Janke, girl. i I
Stanley A. and Camilla Wanlass, boy. ; J
3i Ephraini P. and Edna Howver. bov. i
ii Philip and Eva Mh-haelson, hoy.
| Fernind W. and Lucille U. Dontigney, girl. P
p Reiuhart and Mary I*. Ashenbrenaer. boy. I
? Fred and Helen V. McAleer, girl.
gp Ferdinand J. and IJllle M. Voith, boy. fj
I; Vengazo and Jarer Marchiano. girl. P
y Frederiek B and Caroline B. Milla, girl twins. L
jj Joseph and Maria Sanducci, boy. I
ji Mayer and Freda I. Kasovei^ girl.
| Frank and Angie Robinson, girl. j
jj Walter B. and Ethel Atwell. girl.
\ Rudolph and Florence Janzen. girl. I
]i William and Minnie IMattern. girl. r
3; Santon and Miohelina Lrt Quilmi, boy. L
|i Antonio and Giovannfna Tercisi, girl. fl
]; Ignatius S. and Francis O. Tamorria, girl. I
| I.ec C. and Sadie Jones, boy. 1
|i Jefferson and Susie Lane, boy. L
1 Robert M. and Magdalene Kendal], girl. 9
j John E. and Mary I>ew1s, girl. r
3 Richard .T. and Lillian Perkins, boy.
3 Arthur and Eleanor Hawkins, girl,
j Samuel and Inna Morgan, boy.
| Jerry M. and Anabel Houston, girl.
| clarence I. and Elizabeth G. Poore, girl.
I William M. and Isabell Hammond, boy.
| Allen and Nancy Haskins, boy.
I Richard B. and Ethel B. Jacobs, girl. :
| Percy and Annie B. Crump, boy.
3 William A. and Gertrude Campbell, boy.
| Leo S. and Gladys M. West. boy.
I Joseph and Rosie Minor, girl.
| Marriage Licenses.
Marrisge licenses hare been issued to the -=
Jesse E. Plowman and Mary E. Rowe.
Charles Rehlosser and Jamie Timmons.
George T. Dyer and Iva I. Bryant.
.Joseph H. Johnson and Pauline G. Italy.
Frank M. Luskorn and Edna A. Boteler,
both of Baltimore, Md.
Gordon E. Corey of Detroit, Mich., and Dell
Charles Meier and Grace A. Swope.
Ralph W. Bonnette of Sandusky, Ohio, and
Ruth L. Harper of this citr.
Simon Saperetein and Henrietta Sonneborn.
John A. Bachman and Margaret E. Hauf.
(Clarence R. Ilall and Alberta Stevenson.
Wilbert G. Wing of Philadelphia, Pa., and
Elizabeth P. Simons of this dty.
Robert S. Newman and Eva E. Butler, Doth
of O*on Hill. Md. ?
Robert Warren and Mamie H. Mead.
Eugene Green and Annie Houston.
Charles K. Ford "and Ethel Lusby.
Harold R. Huoston of Pittsburgh, Pa., and
Alic* C. Deane of this city.
Edward R. Carter of Grottoea, Va., and
Cora Thompson of Staunton. Va.
James C. Walker of Leesburg, Va., and Ada
C. Edmonds of thia city. t ^ ^
John F. Womack of Pittsburgh, Pa., and
Mary M. Clark of this city.
Thomas Bos well and Grace Gross.
Carey A. Glbbs of Jacksonville, Fbu, and
Pennle E. Simmons, Tarpon Springs, Fla.
Thor A. Normann of Maryette, Wis., and
Ada L. Owen of Memphis, Tenn.
Toby Pinn and Thelma Hall, both of Rosslyj'oseph
R. Estabrook of Norristown, Pa., and
Hannah E. Jones of Norway, S. C,
PRINCETON, N. J., June 15.?A total
of $9,187,604 has been received to
date for the Princeton University endowment
fund, according to an announcement
made by Chairman H. B.
Thompson. The campaign has been
in progress for two years and will
continue until 1925. A total of $24,OOO.OQO
Is sought.
We Will Dlirc
Clean, mothproof and I I I _
tore your oriental, m. I
domoatio and summer
Sanitary Carpet Cleaning Co.
419 New Jersey Ave.
Lincoln 763S or 1481 '
Before or after business hours. North 9139
M Unlike some other min* ft
1 eral waters, does not be- I
I come fiat or unpalatable, / II
1 even when kept for P
A months. ,A I
A\ Wm, Graham Egerton /A
BJ Distributor ' /,] I
*1 Phon, North 84SS lv
Deaths Reported.
The following deaths hare been reported to
e health department In the last twenty-four
Benjamin Alnher, 46, Sibley Hospital.
George T. Hilton, 78. 1*952 Mills avenue
Mary Wisconsin, 70, Washington Asylum
Margaret Eisinger, 80, Sibley Hospital.
John C. Wise, 78, Naval Hospital.
James P. McCauley, 47. 614 Maryland aree
Barah C. Allen, 72, Sibley Hospital.
William J. Scott, 70. 817*6 I street aouthst.
Edward Stanton, 67, United States Soldiers*
>me Hospital.
Lloyd P. Pumphrey, 77, Sibley Hospital.
Llod M. Brown, 72. Plymouth apartments,
th street.
rharles Mackell, 60. Casualty Hospital.
Kula Johnson, 28, 500 O street.
Maria Tyler, 68. 721 3d street southwest.
Wartha Woods, 34. 702 Washington court.
Vivian West, o months, Freedmen's Hos:al.
eneflt Vaudeville Show to Be
Given Tomorrow Evening.
For the purpose of raising: addlonal
funds for Its work among: the
sabled former service men in Wash
gton hospitals the Ladles' Auxiliary
National Capital Tost, Veterans of
sreign Wars, "will present a vaudelle
show and entertainment tomor>w
evening: at Epiphany Hall, 230
!th street southwest. The entire
oceeds from the evening: will go
to the relief fund. The hall has been
mated by Dr. Torrey of Epiphany
hapel, and Maj. Gen. Lejeune, comandant
of the Marine Corps, lias asgrned
a section of the Marine Band
? furnish the music.
Those who will participate in the
itertainment program are Epiphany
oys' choir; Miss Virginia Ainberg,
ouis Stapples, Wilbur Healy. Miss
lsie Miller. Alvin Thompson. Kathene
McFarland and Miss Louise Sny?r.
Tickets, costing 25 cents, may be
stained from Mrs. Margaret Jacob>n,
president of the auxiliary, at 52
uincy place northwest; from the folwing
members of the entertainment
>mmittee: Mrs. Elizabeth Jeits,
lairman; Miss Hallie Ohleson, Mrs.
atsburg, Mrs. Pough, or at the door.
For more than three years the
a.dies* Auxiliary has been carrying
l its work of benevolence in District
)spitals among disabled men and in
ie homes of veterans where illness
unemployment has made outside
d necessary.
Special Low Summer P
f You Have Work Don<
i unt. o to ? M i ? wwo i rr
Upholstery, Novelt]
We Paint and Reupholftter Bab?
Whol?'",r 623 Sevc
I Look for the Che
For women. Ci
all colors for stree
sold at $5. Nov
All Models <
$2.98 $3,
66 Years it
mA T at
r /"> IJ Cm
rur boiu oiuiugc
All Out
That Sold from $
Many Fringed models,
Fur-trimmed. The rich mate
include Marvella, Canton Ci
all full silk lined. These
mostly one-of-a-kind Wraps
Capes that represent this seas
smart styles.
Smart Killikranky Tweed
Scotch and Melrosa Tweed
Hoiiiespuns and Fane
Plaids. All crepe de chii
lined. All sizes. Frida
and Saturday you can bt
them here at our Clearant
Price of ...
No Charges?None
Hen and Women From Professions
in Which They Have Achieved
Succes^ Among Marchers.
A "silent parade" was held yesterday
by the negro population of Washington
as a protest against continued
lynchings of members of their race
and in an effort to Influence early Action
by Congress on the D>-Sr antllynching
bill now before the Senate
judiciary committee.
The entire absence of the bands,
usually a characteristic element of
street marches in the capital, lent
additional impresslveness to the
demonstration. Several thousands
were in the long line which was
topped by scores of posters and
streamers setting forth details of recent
lynchings which were declared
to have set a new record in May.
Men and women representatives of
every profession in which the negro
has achieved success were included
among the marchers, as were also
delegations from the various fraternal
and civic organizations. A group of
boys bore a sign which read:
"Wo are fifteen years old; one of
our age was roasted alive."
Another sign, declared "Congress
discusses constitutionality while the
smoke of burning bodies darkens the
The route of the parade was around
I the Capitol grounds, through Pennsylvania
avenue past the White House
to 17th street. The marchers disbanded
at the end as silently as they
had traversed the streets.
Members of the committee of 100
who had charge of the parade Included
Mrs. Mary Church Terrell, wife
of Judge Robert H. Terrell, who has
just been renominated for the Municipal
Court to'succeed himself; Mrs.
Coralle Franklin Cook, member of the
board of education; Mrs. S. A. McAdoo.
in charge of the Phyllis Wheatley
Y. W. C. A.; Mrs. Carrie W. Clifford,
Mrs. (Jeorge Haines. Mrs. Julia
West Hamilton. Mrs. Madre-Marshall,
president of the Bethel Literary Society;
Mrs. E. T. Mayer. Mrs. Dr. S. E.
Carson, Mrs. Theresa Dee Connely, Dr.
N. Fairfax. Brown, Miss Mustafa, Dr.
Walter H. Brooks, chairman of the
committee; Shelby J. Davidson, chairman
of the executive committee; Mr.
E. B. Henderson and Maj. Milton T.
Dean, who was marshal of the parade.
with Capt. Eugene L. C. Davidson
as adjutant.
V and Supply Store
r Carriages and Reed Furniture
:nth St. N.W. M*in ??
^T^uiw. BE
eked Front Store
' $2'981
risp, new models in
t wear. Formerly
it specially priced M~W
g Suits BE
Colors Sizes Qlu
n Business
12 ^
Fur Repairing
* Finest
55 to $125. Now
also ^ #
rials J
1 [1A OFE
son's /
1 $|0.75
Sent on Approval |
"Get Work Drive" to Be Pushed at
Colored Baptist Church.
Representative M. Clyde Kelly of
Pennsylvania will be the speaker at
the set-work drive and bench rally
to be held in the Cosmopolitan Baptist
Church, N street between 9th and
10th streets northwest, Sunday evening
at 8 o'clock, according: to an announcement
today from the White
Cross Free Labor Bureau of America,
under whose auspices the meetink
will be held.
Dr. Simon P. W. Drew, pastor of thft
church and president of the labor bureau,
said today that since the "getwork
drive" commenced, about three
weeks ago, 1,000 colored people had
made application for work of all
kinds. A great number have been
given employment, but many are still
looking for wofk, he said. Employers
who desire to obtain colored help
should communicate with the bureau
by calling North 3608, at 921 N street
northwest, or 1317 Corcoran street.
Both offices will be open from 9 a.m.
to 10 p.m. dally, except Sunday.
At the meeting Sunday nlgha a
musical program will be rendered by
the Gospel Missionary Choir, conducted
by Prof. Paul Outlaw, and the Arcade
Orchestra, under the direction of
Prof. Raymond Mayo.
jjgji SOa
^ 937-939 1
f Wash D\
JU Special Friday Sale
En Approved one-piece r
all-wool Jersey, with
j?r Plain colors or with
C&7 stripes. All sizes tome
-Jy five dollars.
J / ittu \ .j uu uj ?? unit'
y) Misses'
Jl HATS, 50c, $1, ,
v/J These three lots ha
f| selected from our $3.95
\a $7.50 lines for clearance
!/ and medium size hem;
Ms. taffeta and novelty stra
{4-' med with flowers, qui
In bon and embroidery.
V) range of colors.
J Friday Sale of
/! ?u
Cu Coat and slip- an
J J on models, re^u- su
I/ larly worth $4. $5
and 16.50. Prac- pr
mj tically all shades Pe
?\ In the lot and all fiI
\l er
y sizes. 34
The Gr
Sale 9 to 5:30
100 Summer Dresses,
hams. Size 16 to 40. ft
16 Silk Dresses, slight!
A Group of Beautiful
for sport and dress we;
and other colors. Yah
38 Smart Tweed Suits
richly silk lined; a f(
28 Navy Tricotine Si
length coats; finest mai
to 300
Handsome Tailored Su
cord and tricotine. Be
- Coats, Capes and Wra
tan mixtures and a hosi
^ C*a?4 r*Ao4c in fan
4JpUi %, w vwvw| *4* VM44
Values to $23.50. Frid;
All Our Handsoir
?all the new silks, in
100 Sweaters, slip-on <
to duplicate, therefore
I Friday, tc
I 60 Trimmed Hats th
III 2 Dozen Camisoles, ;
3 Dozen White Voile
3 Dozen Blouses, Ge<
lines and some mu:
30 Handsome Silk S<
$5. To rlnc#? ....
Wedding and Gr
Sterling Silver Steak Set, 2 pieces .
6 Cut Glass Ice Tea Tumblers
6 Sterling Silver Tea Spoons, in ca
Idlest of sterling silver. 24 pieces....
Sterling Silver Bread Tray
4-piect Sheffield Tea Set
Sheffield Roll Tray, with handle....
Water Set, decorated in 24-kt. gold.
Mahogany Clock, Setli Thomas ....
14-kt. Rectangular Bracelet Watch.
20-kt. Rectangular Bracelet Watch,
20-year Gold-filled Elgin Bracelet ^5
10-year Gold-filled Bracelet Watch.,
(rents' 20-year Gold-filled Elgin Wat
Solid Gold Link Buttons
Solid Gold Brooch Pins, selection..
Solid Gold Pocketknife
Solid 'Gold Waldemar Watch Chain.
Solid Gold Onyx Set Ring
30-inch Richelieu Pearl Necklaces
c_i:J r?i-i r* c.. D: ~n -1 -
l7U1 1U UUIU VCIHB OCI I\lll|(% UII flllOI
Articles reserved on deposit Buy
Watch- our Sunday and Th
Edwards & j
704 7th
? ~
The Home of Quality
ycr ^&ros.
F St N.W. No Brand
The Seasons Cleverest
resses, Friday,
We held o?f
chase receivi
$5 special Frida
nodel of d\ Ijra fine importer
i skirt. uUl/yl&A ed and Norn
irrow'at fered at the
trimmings at
make this se
IS fascinating.
?2 Q~ charming mi
j|y^ p lcfe women, as w
vc been of stylish sto
55 and rU ^ Ntfflv-'rown cornfi'
p ^atbf newest r.
Us trr.nb- U\l Other S
Good / / li Tu
\Jp * $5.98, $7.
fonderfui Friday Sale of High
SaJe of ? .
For values this
le could not be CJ QC
rpassed. Tailored ^ *
d dressy voiles, .. . ..
cb as you have - \a.n 5 j
t seen this season jaBnjoncu w nice
5S than double the * J Hose; also
ice. Tuxedo and African brown,
ggy collars, val, I^n', r*.u ^.ray?
et and embroid- ^ \ 81*Zv-8'
y trimmed. Sizes The best sale this
to 46. season.
ml Bargain:
eatest Values of the
None Re
light and dark figured voiles
Iussed. Values to $15.00. To c
ly mussed; sizes 16 to 38; val
Silk Dresses, all the newest n
ir. Navy, henna, rose, green,
les to $47. Friday
of the better kind. All coloi
iw velour checks. Values t<
lits, with ripple, box and m
terials: sizes 16 to 38. Former
? .
its, in long coat models; fines
:st $55 suit in town. Friday.,
ips, for sport and dress. Na\
t of materials. Values to $40. !
herringbone and many other
ty, to close
le Coats and Capes, of silk ant
Reduced from $35 and $75
-525 to *39-50
tiful Silk and Novelty Cloth !
white and colors, stripes, plaid
$5.95 $8-95 $10-95
ind tuxedo models. These sw
must be closed out. Values a
) close $1.98 $3.50
iat sold for $3.50 to $6. Frida
ill colors; mussed: values to $.
s Blouses, broken lines; values
Drgette, crepe de chine and othe
ssed; values to $10. To close.
:arfs, with deep fringe, all col
I ; .
I =S==T|
aduation Gifts j
$3.00 II
*1.30 |j
se $6.30 11
? $.30.00 I
15 jewels $22.30
17 jewels $30.00
Patch $16.30
oh, open face $14.30
$5.00 H
.: ? ?
* - . .fJ.VU II
on the cash plan and save 25%
ursday ads for Specials
banner Co. 6
Formerly 432 7th S
i Store* |
$12.50 |
rer this splendid pur- if
ed this week for our j\
y Sale, so tomorrow
1 gingham and print- jr'
nandie voiles arc of- yi
extremely low price go.
All the dainty new Jj
id style touches that fk
ason's tub dresses so jy
Youthful, cool and x\
adels for misses and JjL
ell as a fine showing /I
uts. Navy, black and W
nations, as well as all f[
olors. ]y
pecial Sales of
b Dresses uT
50, $10, $15 Up
Fridav Sale of V\
Silk d
Underwear tr
$1.95 [L
High-gTade Jer- (i[
sey Silk Vests,
Crepe de Chine liC^
Chemise and Step- V\
Ins. all sell regu- \\
larly at double Jy
tomorrow's sale IT
price. Practical- Ww
ly all sizes. fK
& i
. C *J
s rnuay
iserved or C. 0. D.
ues to $25. 95
lodels, . _
brown $ 1 (^.95
rs and
3 $35. $1 A.95
edium . _
prices $ 1 ^.95
t twill $OQ.5Q
'v and $ 1 ?.95
Friday X %J=
materials. $&95
1 finest cloths.
Skirts !
s and the finest cloths.
eaters we are unable pi
re $5.50 to $7.95. |jj
& I
iy 75c ||i
2.50. Friday.. 59c j!
to $3.75 98c j!
r bllKb , UI UKCH jlj
$1.89 I
[ors; values to 81
$2.98 I

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