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natl .°nal parks and were en
rv^‘ n . e ? by blends In Hollywood.
Garrael-by-the-Sea and San Francisco.
BenatofiGeorge Wharton Pepper of
Pennsylvania was a luncheon guest
yesterday of Senator David A. Reed,
wno entertained Informally at the
onorehani, where he is staying. ♦
Oorgas, widow of Surgeon Gen
eral \V illlam C. Gorgas, is in New York
for a few days and is staying at the
Hotel Astor.
ames M. Thomson, who. with
Mr. Thomson, sailed for Kurope sev
eral months ago. Is now visiting Miss
» , in Paris. Early in Oc
tober she wjll go to London to be
the guest of the United States am
bassador to Great Britain and Mrs.
George Harvey, after which, she will
return to this country and join Mr.
Thomson in New Orleans, where he
returned last week.
Mrs. C. I. Crutchfield of Jackson
ville, Fla., is visiting her sister. Mrs.
James A. Edgar, at the Presidential
apartments. She will remain In the
Capital until the latter part of October.
The marriage of Miss Mary Kath
arine Little, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Franklin Little, to Mr. Jasper
Marion Beall took place last evening
at the Mount Vernon Methodist Epis
copal Church, the Rev. E. V. Regesteg
The church was decorated with
palms and white cut flowers, with tho
prie-dieu covered with white satin.
The pews were marked with tall
vases of white flowers. * After the
ceremony there was a reception, fol
lowed by dancing at the Washington
The bric]p. who was given in mar
riage by h cjr father, wore a gown of
soft white 'flat crepe made on long
and straight lines and beaded 'with
seed pearls and rhinestones. A court
train of brocaded silver <*loth, the de
sign outlined with pearls, and lined
with shirred georgette, hung from the
shoulders. Her veil of white tulle,
held with a coronet of seed pearls,
rhinestones and orange blossoms, fell
l below the train. She carried while
roses and lilies of the valley.
Tho maid of honor. Miss Helen
Burkhalter. wore a frock of orchid
georgette, banded with silver ribbon.
She wore a bandeau of silver leaves
and carried a bouquet of pink brides
maids roses.
The bridesmaids. Miss Angela Lalor
and Miss Edna Taylor, wore gowns
fasljioned alike, the former of blue
and the latter of corn color taffeta
embroidered in silver roses, with sil
ver-cloth bodices. Their hats matched
their gowns and were made of chiffon
and had long ribbon streamers. They
carried large bouquets of Madame But
terfly roses bordered with delphinium.
Mr. Beall had as his best man his
brother. Mr. Arthur L. Beall. The
ushers were Mr. J. Monty Beall, Mr.
Wilbur H. Eepp, Mr. Chauncey P. Car
ter, Dr. H. Bond Bressler, Mr. Ray
mond O. Moore and Mr. J. Franklin
Little, Jr., of Norfolk.
The drawing room of the club was
banked with palms and ferns, and
formed an attractive background for
the bridal party, who received the
guests. They were assisted in re
ceiving by-Mrs. Littlle. mother of the
bride, who wore a gown of beaded
orchid georgette over silver cloth,
trimmed with silver. She carried a
fan of cream ostrich feathers.
Immediately after the reception Mr.
and Mrs. Beall left Atlantic
City and the great lakes. Mrs. Beall
wearing a coat dress of dark blue
charmeen cloth, trimmed with braid,
and a small blue hat to match. Upon
their return they will reside at 1433
Spring road.
Among the out-of-town guests were
Miss Helen Burkhalter and Miss
Frances Burkhalter of Savannah, Mr.
Arthur L. Beall, of Philadelphia. Miss
Mary Emily Peele of Norfolk, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Hildebrand and Miss Vir
ginia Hildebrand of New York and
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Dudrow of Fred
erick, Md.
Maj. J. W. Loveland, special assist
ant to the Attorney General in pat-
Milton R. Ney
Bth & Pa. N.W.
The “Bobby”
A New

For Bobbed-Haired Misses!
In a variety of shapes and colors.
Os felt, velour and velvet—all
L Our Price
s s jo
* High School
Satin de Chine Lined.
£ j Van Raalte
Green Stripe
We believe it to be the best hose
in America at the price.
Colors include Beige, Fawn, Cas
tor, Silver,- Aluminum, Mandalay,
- .Russian Calf. Gun Metal, also black
and white.
ents, and Mrs. Loveland have returned
to their apartment at Wardman Park
Hotel, having motored hero from their
cottage, on Nantucket Island.
Mrs. Charles B. Howry, who spent
the summer in New England, is In
New York for a few days.
■ Dance at Delaplane.
Brilliant Autumn Affair.
; Mr. and Mrs. Channing Delaplane. Jr..’
• entertained at a large dance Friday eve
; nlng at Delaplane Minor, their home
near De’apihne. Va. Among their guests,
who numbered Over 200. were Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Foie/, Miss Helen Foley and
: Miss Mary Foley of Winter Haven, Fla. ;
Mrs. Frank Carey of Flint Hill, Va, ;
I Mi*cs Mamie Petty and Miss Ada Hay
deYi of this city, and Miss Minnie Howe
of Radford, Va., all house guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Delaplane; Miss Dosia Defa
i plane, , Miss Elizabeth Cates and Mr.
James Wallace of this city. Miss Fran
. ces McCllntlc of Hot Springs, Va.: Miss
Van Lear of Baltimore, Md., and Miss
Mary Robertson of Warrcnton, Va.,
house guests of Mrs. Channing Dela
plane. sr., whose estate adjoins that of
her son. n
The young hostess, who wore a gown
of iridescent orchid and silver tissue
brocaded in gold and jade in Egyptian
design, was assisted in receiving by her
mother, Mrs. Foley, who wore a gown
of sage grten crepe meteor combined
with self-colored lace: Mrs. Delaplane.
sr., who was in white crepe de chine.
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i Doughs arc daily rifled
By the gusty thieves
l * And the Book of Nature
Grlteth short of leaves.
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RIZIK Wraps, Fur Trimmed
■ j ' genius of the designer,
die art of the furrier and the
selective discrimination of
RIZIK have arranged a richly
impressive grouping for you,
ranging* from 78.50, 89.50, 98.50
and 110.00 to 250.00. ■»* .<
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The smartness of mole, formality of ermine, beauty of
' mink, luxury of beaver and the “telling touch" of fox,
kolinsky, squirrel or caracul —each and every one is lav
ishly represented. This special showing is a call to
the woman with the vision to be first!
- Streets IL^
We ve Taken a Mark-Down on These
M Just for Tomorrow's Selling IL4
They're Regularly Higher Priced
N Exquisite new models of finest quality
n HIHI tricotine. Every one is expertly tailored .
L and finished. Coats are the new, much
w JnlH sought for long styles and full lined with \
i * \ 'well-wearing" messaline silk. /
\ \\ Navy and Black. All Sizes to 44 \
mlB \ other Handsome Tailored Suits |y|
W In a Wonderful Array of Styles at S
n \ s ss°° acJ $ 59 50 n
; Fiber Silk' $-| .00 . Q Fiber Silk ■ $-| .35 )
• * Vests . X M Step-ins X IN
f Novelty weave, in White, I(I I\\ Very special values at \
Peach, Orchid and Flesh | I this price. Same weaves *
r Color, a.ll sizes. Very ex - \y\\ . • S
i» traordinary values at this and colors ™ m the vesf *' *
4 special price. W ell made and reinforced. K
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and Miss Helen Foley, who wore a
frock of American beauty beaded chiffon.
The archways between the hall, lib
rary. drawing and dining rooms were
gracefully festooned with old English
ivy. and a brilliant touch of color waa
given by baskets of zinnias, dahlias and
asters. A string orchestra played
throughout the evening and a buffet
supper was served at midnight.
’ The dinner dances at Clifton, the
headquarters of the Woman’s Unl
ter?ai Alliance, have been discon
tinued until after the Junior AUlanca
Revue, to be given at Poll’s October
19 and 20, but many dinner parties
are being planned without dancing.
Miss Loraine BuncH will be the
guest of Misses Ellzabtth and Margaret
Abenscheln at a dance given at Grach
Episcopal Churcji this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lombard of Lu
frano. Switzerland, have returned to
Vashfngton. and are staying at the
Khoreham. They entertained at lunch
eon there yesterday Miss Flora Wil
son. daughter of the late Secretary of
Agriculture, and Mrs. Evans of War
renton, Va.
Mrs. Gerome Desro nnd her daugh
ter. Miss Tanena Desio. are at Had
don Hall, Atlantic City. They will
visit in New York before returning
home in October.
Mrs. A. K. Buxton and her daughter.!
Miss I. C. Tredwell,’have arrived at (

tha Hamilton from New York for an
Indefinite stay. Mrs. Buxton and Miss
Tradwell are- the mother and sister,
respectively, of Mr. Roger C. Tred
well] In the United States consular
Miss Mary M. Burkins and Mr. Vin
cent Rlcqi of Naples. Italy, were mar-
Vied yesterday In tho Holy Trinity
Church. Georgetown. The ceremony’
was performed by tho Rev. G. L.
rich of Georgetown University ana
was fallowed by nuptial mass, and the
wedding breakfast was served at the
univenslty. Only a smalt company at
tended the ceremony and the arrange
ments were as simple as. possible
owing to the recent death of the
bride’s father. The bride, who was
escorted by her brother, Mr. Ambrose
For Fine Furniture
See Plitl Prices
Now Reduced
■ TN the pieces offered, some of the most
■** beautiful examples were formerly
not procurable at twice the price.
Polychrome, walnut, ma
hogany, gold —Were 11.75 to
This Special on Bridge 116.00. SEPT. SALE PRICE.
1 Lamps includes Shades. 8 - 81 *° B7 - 09,
Were 24.65. SEPT. SALE 7^
LAMPS—Mahogany, poly- KnUHWn
chrome, walnut —Were 6.00 UMBBCHI
to 85.00. SEPT. SALE ... , r ,, rc
PRICE. 4.75 lo 63.50. . • AHLES
Walnut and mahogany;
LAMP SHADES—SiIk and library tables, end tables,
parchment— Were 2JO to 85.00 nest of tables, console tables
SEPT. SALE PRICE. 1.88 to —Were 26.50 to 215.00. SEPT.
63.50. SALE PRICE. 12.38 to 16125.
Terms Arranged to Your Convenience
Geo-Putt Go ing
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Burkins, had as her only attendant
her cousin. Miss Helen Ogle.' Mr.
Ricci’s best man was his cousin, Mr.
Samuel Tamraero. Immediately after
the breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Rlcel left
for a wedding trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis N. Geldert mo
tored to Atlantic City Sunday, and j
will return tomorrow, to remain In |
Washington through the winter. Mrs. I
Geldert will take up her executive [
work as national president of the |
League of American Ben Women at ]
the new executive office, established
Monday at the Shoreham Hotel.
Organised labor in Minneapolis has
completed plans for the erection of a
labor temple at & cost of half a mil
lion dollars.
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500 Exclusive Type Model
Hats of Wonderful Quality
Window a * a S ensa tional
V<\ • To morrow
‘ . One of the greatest collections of high-class mil
linery ever assembled for a single event like this.
Shapes that range from the small. We chose from scores of showroom
close-fitting cloche to the large, wide- displays in New York the smartest
brimmed dress hat with its curling best-value models obtainable and as
trim of ostrich, the new oriental em- sembled them all in this one array for
broideries, peacock trimmed, feather your choice. These are hats out of
trimmed, tailored hats—in fact, hats the ordinary class, for which you
of every type. usually pay again as much.
Be Sure to Attend Early!
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Km* r y Heavy silk,
H ° °IITI £?J- 11 • full fashioned, g|
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w (JK markable dura- raj
f 5"; bility. Beautiful
From the makers of America’s • finish. All col
ls Finest Quality Silk Stockings, we ors—•
Iwj have obtained this absolutely perfect <£o QC
fej product-—the famous— £,* pi
I Silk. Stockings B
jpj Full-fashioned Stock- Wc carry only
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of gossamer sheerness , PHIA GOLD SEAL pS
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free from * * new Au- 10l F
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