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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, April 02, 1924, Image 12

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‘Plan well and
spend wisely
If Am erican visitors to Britain
would plan their tour half as
efficiently as they plan their
business affairs, they would
see more and their money
would go further. It’s Ketch
am’s business to help you.
Communicate with
Ketcham
GENERAL AGENT.*
! LONDON & NORTH EASTERN KLY.
■ 311 Fifth Avenue (at Thirty Second St.)
New York
I Write or call for free literature
SPRING PAPERING
AND PAINTING
Don't put off longer hsrinjt what Is needed [
around the home done now —Reasonable
charges—No dirt or inconvenience.
CORNELL WALL PAPER CO.
ria IStii St. ar.W. Main 5373-5374
'hi - Satisfaction first Since 1559 .
i\ 1 ripiG Home of Butterick
Women’s Seventh Str^f -with U.e Dehor
Hosiery Kings Palace , jjfa.
At 59c Pair Famous ■
Women'- Silk-and-glos /rffe (fb/fiv C=f If 3 (fO °
Hose, verv slight irregulars /tltjl j lb. nntlfr (Jh f . )J)T/WjSPTN .. L
..i dollar hind. 1.. biach. Stolid IJUIIS I. ' "
I-rent'll nude, peach, otter, log il 1- •;•... \kgwW \ \; —-j. •
cabin, fallow, beige, fawn, 0)1 Sole I htirsday jl
mule, airedale and white. Tlie /T% /A v--* .ntff #
black hose have broad, flat L KiliffiJi? MII I j'\ t *
seam-* or three-seam backs. J 'VB I 111 I V. >J
The colored hose have three- • V / V7 f j'j
- \ V^TnnV'jr d u' l ', Jaunty Boyish Models!
and Hose, ir- . • ' n . i i p; a
regulars of $1.50 quality. Cahippur BOX VaOfltS. I jlj j \
Black, white, beige, peach, Clever Braided Models! | M_' 1 \\J
blush, gray and sand, there T . . • . , • I I'/,11 '/,1
are some with ribbed tops, Smart I *eiitner-trimmeu -v jj il* 4 i-A' i
also some extra sizes in black. Models! Tt] phi ;j 'K.J-/I p 4
rk • Trim Tailored Models! n \ I »
At 3)1.00 s 3.1 r Yes, we’ve included for one day all T’ •>
Pigeon and Humming Bird ]} ne> The stvies of foremost vogue, -tl \l
Brands of Womens Pure , , i • "i. • . * *n "---J #1
Thread Silk Hose, that would developed m oiret twtll, homespun "1 U
sell for $1.50 but for imper- checks, fancy homespuns and hairline j |
lections so slight that they striped fabrics. — _ \»y t
will never cause you any tron- Single and double breasted styles, lined j\ /] , vXa/v VwtfCX
blc—and. indeed cannot be with silk. Sizes 10 to 44. Suits to match
found w ithout a close search. both youthful and mature ideals. Choice. 'MMfffr*W HBB
In black and the new spring $25.00. Sailffijllil
shades. y Second Floor—Kind’s Palace.
♦♦♦ 2,000 Yards 25c and 29c
Romper Cloth
> ”/ Ph t,r sale of staple
" ' stenciled Table Covers of
7- . . _ . . Sanitas Dinette, showingr hand
li Wn ® Tpl _ I I n some round patterns. As serv
-5® Trimmed faster Hats 1
E!C GRASS
Hair Hats _■% ’ o d)d) Plenty of RUGS
Coburg Hats / Black Hats! SSS2LSS: $4.95
/•t . /■> MKKW HBBH sn.mi Sxio stmriird tj oe
Canton Crepe smar mama p. r j (IrnsK Rugs 5p3-V5
MmSMBI A • Idlly OI jraH) «xO Stnirtlrd brass e-j o—
jy• | i l . _ ’ tugs .VO
Milan i rats <wl i ir,iri Black-and-white ( . KI «* II M,W sten ‘ lled $1.95
■Emra r.msN UngN
Milan Hemp SS ’ Hats! „S =“' 4 *. sre “ , ' d . u "- 49c
35c ISxSfi StfnHled brass 25c
Third I loor*.
What a day of whirlwind hat selling Thursday will be! With 750 of <ti ?- Up
Fashion’s most brilliant gems of the millinery world fairly aglow with ThJ m ™ e
the sprit of spring and Easter—on sale at a price typical of the King’s Tablecloths
Palace reputation for value-giving. Fflrh
The roll call of the new* modes is complete—hats of every accepted 1 rbdA-11
type., size and material. Come with the expectation of finding a gath- * m J r^fze a d re c °“ r t
ering of quality millinery remarkable indeed at the price. In black. lu e ra cn\-e 60 P attern r s able
black-and-white, Ching blue, oak, Alexico, sand, gray, purple, almond - 11— —1
green. Chinese red and orchid.
MARY A. LINDSLEY
HEADS ZONTACLUB
Manager of Grace Dodge Hotel Is ‘
Chailer Member of Or
ganization.
' Mary A. Lindsley, niauatrer of Uin |
, (Jraco Dodge Hotel, was elected pres
i ident of the Zonta Club of Washing'•* ■
| ton at the annual business dinner
i and election held in the garden house
I of that hotel last night. Miss I.iuds- i
; ley, who is a charter, member of the ;
j club and was vice president during ;
! the past year, succeeds Imogen*- i
j James in holding the highest office
of the club. She is the third presl
} dent, the tlrst being Kdith C. Salts-
I bury.
The other officers elected at the !
general meeting following th« dinner |
were Jane Bartlett, vice president, i
and Nan Street, Imogene James, j
Karoline Klag. r and Maude Harper
as the new members on the board of I
directors. Members still remaining on j
the board are Elizabeth C. Harris,
Edith Salisbury. Mildred W. Dick
j ersori. May Moyers and Estelle Fos
i ter.
j The new president called a short
I special meeting "f the board mem
bers and appointed Nan Street as ■
secretary. Maud Harper as treasurer
and Karoline Klagcr as sergeant-at
arms to complete the club officers,
lleporf s were made from all the
j committees, but no resolutions were
passed. The chairmen o: the com-
THK kVKNTNti STAR. WASIiI.VtiTON. 1). C„ WEDXESDJV, APRIL 2. 1921.
— .
Heads Zonta Club
MISS MARY M.MJSUn.
mittees will be appointed at an j
early meeting. The next meeting to j
he held will he the regular luncheon. ;
a week from tomorrow at the Ra- !
lelg’i Hotel. ‘
3 TROPHIES OFFERED j
FOR ESSAY ON CAMPS
i
Girls and Wonjen to Contest on
Citizen Soldier Training
Theme. j
| Mrs. Coolldge, on Flag day, June I
| 14. wiil present, at the White House,!
national trophies to girl and young!
woman essayists who best describe .
j the reasons why young men they j
know should attend the citizens' mil- j
;itry training camps conducted each I
1 summer by the War Department, j
The contest is sponsored by the Wom
an's Overseas Service League, has
teen approved by the Secretary of i
Var and yesterday was given informal |
i approbation by the first lady of the
j land.
The national trophies will be
; awarded to the three essayists, not
! less than thirteen nor more than
i nineteen years of age. whose an
i swers to the question “Why a Young
Man I Know Should Attend a Citi- j
zens’ Military Training Camp” are |
adjudged b:st. The essay is re- i
strict* <1 to 300 words and will be i
Judged on its “originality, expression i
and sincerity " The contest will |
close May 5 and the winners, in ad
i dition to receiving the trophies from i
| Mrs. Coolidge, also will he given rail- j
[ road tickets from their homes to j
| Washington and return and a "lib- j
! t-rai amount" of spending money, i
j State and municipal prizes, also will j
i be awarded.
I J -M. mi y II -
DoM)S Hals EXCLUSIVELY mTUIIccM Co
\ 1 I
jl ' ' |
11 Correctly cut in every style j
Variety in your wardrobe gives endless \
| satisfaction, provided each suit is cor- j
1 rectly cut. The Society Brand Yorkshire i
| is the last word in double breasted suits. J
v The Cambridge illustrated on the right I
1 i is the easy, loose type of coat with soft j
| roll front, very popular with younger men. I
» . J
A great variety at $55 and S6O
* Others as low as $45 !
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