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1358 K. Main St, Rleknoali Va.
Mourning Blacks Dyed
Carmack Dry Cleaning Co.
Main 1344
Sage Tea T
Gray Hair Dark
ffiBANDMOTHER *tpt 0
VJ her hair beautifully a
• darkened, glossy and attrac- “
live with a brew of Sage Tea
and Sulphur. Whenever her
hair took on that dull, faded
or streaked appearance, this
simple mixture was applied,
with wonderful effect. By
asking at any drug store for
“Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur
Compound,” you will get a
large bottle of this old-time
recipe, improved by the addi
tion of other ingredients, all
ready to use. at very little
cost. This simple mixture
can be depended upon to re
store natural color and beauty
to the hair.
A well-fcnown downtown
druggist says everybody uses
Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur
Compound now because it
darkens so naturally and
evenly that nobody can tell it
has been applied—it’s so easy
to use, too. You simply
dampen a comb or soft brush
and draw it through the hair,
taking one strand at a time.
By morning the gray hair dis- i
appears; after another appli
cation or two, it is restored
to its natural color, and looks
• glossy, soft and beautiful.
' ats
In theJS/ew (VinferJlcdes
Make an Interesting Selling
for Friday and Saturday at
$lO and
TF YOU desire to anticipate the mode rather than
trail it, view this authentic collection. Unmis
takably new and smartly different at the very
moderate prices—$10 and $12,50,
The :
Offers an Unusually a% f* All I
V Smart Collection at C *
\ Price
I Every new whim and conceit of fashion '
f may be found at this one and only price, $5.
Satin and Felt Combinations are featured.
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(Continued from Eighth Page.)
Harrison, in her apartment at 1160
Fifth avenue. New York. Mrs. Park
er was absent several weeks, spend
ing some time with Mr. and Mrs.
James Blaine Walker in their new
home, in Locust Valley, L. 1., whieh
was recently completed. Mrs. Walker
was formerly Miss Elizabeth Harri
son. niece of Mrs. Parker.
Before her visit in New York Mrs.
Parker spent some time in Honcs
dale. Pa., with relatives of the late
Capt. Parker. ,
Mrs. Robert A. Beall and her
daughter. Miss Mary Beall, are again
:n their home on Highland avenue.
Takoma Park, after spending several
weeks as guests of the former's
brotheo-in-law and sister. Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Gurney, in Paris. Mrs.
Beall and her daughter sailed from
New York aboard the Leviathan the
middle of August and made a short
trip to England before returning to
Mrs. Eva Hell Myers entertained at
luncheon informally yesterday at the
New Willard in compliment to Mrs.
Herman Mitts of Chicago.
Mrs. Myers was hostess Tuesday
afternoon at a theater party and tea
In honor of Mrs. William Woleh of
New York.
Mrs. Albert Pelyea and her daugh
ter have taken an apartment at 1707
K street.
Mrs. George Albert Parr was ma
tron of honor at the marriage yester
day of her brother, Mr. George L.
Wentworth, to Mrs. Florence Ran
dolph. whieh took plaee in the chapel
,°f ■ v 't. Bartholomew's Church. New
j York. The ceremony was performed
jby the Rev. Gilman Buskie of St.
1 Paul s Church at New burgh, formerly
assistant rector of St. George's
Church, New York, and was followed
by a wedding breakfast and reception
at the Hotel Astor.
The bride's other attendants were
Mrs. Joseph Blye of New York and
Mrs. Robert Meunkie of Chicago. Mr.
Parr was best man and the ushers
were Mr. Silas Birdsong, Mr. Edward
J. Sisley, Mr. Lee Goldsmith and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth loft later
for Moosehead latke. Me., where they
will spend their honeymoon and will
make their home at Floran. Huoka- I
hoe, N. Y.
Among the out-of-town guests were !
Mr. and Mrs. George O. Wentworth,
parents of the bridegroom, who mo
tored to New York w ith Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Austin McCarthy has gone to
Spencer. W. Va.. for the Fall season.
She will lie the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Sijuier Early Jtoggess, during!
her stay t here.
The marriage of Miss Eleanor Roth
well Richards, daughter of Mrs. Rob
ert Morris Richards, to Mr. Lawrence
Alfred Adams of California was sol
emnized at 8 o'clock last evening at
the bride's home, in Cleveland Park,
Hr. Warner of St. Alban's Church offi
The bride, a member of an old
Washington family, was given in
marriage by her brother, Mr. Irving
Richards, who escorted her through
j an aisle of white satin ribbons held
I by ten of her young friends, to an
| improvised altar of palms and roses
banked around the fireplace.
The bride's gown was of white
j chiffon falling in soft folds from a
| lace yoke, the long tulle veil forming
i the train. A coronet of duehessc
lace with orange blossoms held the
veil. White roses and lilies of the
valley formed the shower bouquet.
The bride's sister, Miss Frances
Richards, was the maid of honor,
dressed in a gown of yellow chiffon
over a skirt of cloth of gold. Her
bouquet was a shower of yellow
Mr. Bradford Ssmlth, who, like the
•bridegroom, is also from California,
and a classmate at Harvard Univer
sity, served as best man. The ribbon
bearers, each carrying a bouquet of
roses and lilies, were Miss Beatrice
Clephane, Miss Huzlup. Mrs. Archi
bald Straub. Mrs. L. H. Whitaker.
Mrs. Ernest Slgme, Miss Elizabeth
Boyd. Miss Mary line Mann. Mips Dor
othy Sheiry. Miss O’Brien and Miss
Miriam Richards, a cousin of the
bride, nearly all of whom were mem
bers of Phi Mu Sorority of George
Washington University, of which the
bride Is a member. They later as
sisted in the dining room, where a
buffet supper was served.
Mrs. Richards received wearing a
gown of black chiffon over white and
carried pink roses. A profusion of
flowers filled the house and a stringed
orchestra played during the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Adams left Imme
diately for a motor trip through the
South, and will be at home after No
vember 1 at 1 433 Spring road.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin A. Laning.
accompanied by Mrs. Laning's mother.
Mrs. Llewellyn Tharp, have left
Washington by motor for Augusta,
Oh., to visit Capt. and Mrs. L. D.
Do you want a clear, fresh, glow
ing skin—free from even the
slightest trace of pimples or
i i blackheads" You ran have It
I j easily. And so quickly that your
friends will be amazed at the
change in your appearance. Simply
take Ve-Lak —two tablets with
each meal. Then watch the re
sults. Before you know it. every i
pimple and blackhead will have
disappeared and you will have a
dean, youthful, velvety skin—the
kind that is envied by every one. ,
Ve-Lak supplies your system with
j certain vital elements —the very i
elements needed to keep your skin i
beautiful. You w»n't believe what ;
a wonderful change it can bring i
in your complexion until you try I
it. Recommended and sold by 1
! Peoples I>rug Stores and all other
j good druggists. Ve-Lak Company. ;
Atlanta. Ga.—Advertisement.
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| For Something Better |
H —in the way of CANDIES. ICE S
S try BTONELEIGH products. Their
5 duality is incomparably superior. S
= U For an inviting LUNCHEON visit S
= our TEA ROOM. s
| &toncleigfj &ea &oom |
| 1407 F St. J
Tharp. From Augusta, Mr. and Mrs.
Laning will go to Florida, to remain
until Spring. Mrs. Tharp will return
to Washington after a month's visit
with Capt. and Mrs. Tharp.
Miss Marjorie K. Oelrn. whoso par
ents. Capt. George E. Gelm, U. S. N.,
and*Mrs. Gelm, announced her engage
ment August 31, to Mr. George Na
poleon Eustathopoulo, formerly of
Constantinople and Alliens, who now
represents a Greek bunking firm in
New York, was one of the popular
Navy girls here when her father was
stationed In Washington, mid recently
held an exhibition of her miniatures
In Newport.
Mrs. Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte
was hostess at tea yesterday after
noon on the lawn of the Casino at
Hot Springs, Va., for her daughter.
Miss Blanche Streheigh. Miss Btre
bclgh will go to Philadelphia today
for a visit.
Mrs. Edson Bradley entertained at
luncheon yesterday at 1 ido-Venice In
New York for her daughter. Mrs. Her
bert Shipman.
Mrs. King Parley was hostess at
luncheon yesterday at Sherry’s In
0 Franklin Sq. Hotel
■ i Coffee &t)oppe
Nqnief efficient service earn
bines with excellent food
and unusually pleasant at
f-s mcophrre
•j L j 14th Street at K
Jw day"
Tomorrow at 10 O’Clock and While They Last
74 Silk and Cloth Dresses! Bought from 16 different
manufacturers . Each manufacturer contributing a
few at unheard-of price for our Friday Remnant Day .
1 Poudre Blue Afternoon Dress, size 16; regular price $59.75. f $| C.M
Friday Remnant (
I Tan Lace Sleeveless Dress, size 16; regular price $39.75. / S{T.O9
Friday Remnant ( **
1 Navy Canton Dress, size 40; regular price $59.75. f $| A-00
Friday Remnant V 1 w
2 White Beaded Georgette Dresses, sizes 16 and 18; regular price $25.00. ( SC-00
Friday Remnant. I
16 Dark Beaded Georgette Dresses, sizes 16 and 18; regular price $25.00. 1 SC.OO
Friday Remnant i '
2 Lace Dinner Dresses; regular price $25.00. £ SC*OO
, Friday Remnant )
29 Printed Crepe Dresses; regular price $25.00. f SC-®®
Friday Remnant
11 Dark Silk Dresses, sizes 36 and 42; regular price $29.75. { $|A °®
Friday Remnant > avr
1 Gold Lace and Red Evening Dress, size 16; regular price $35.00. f $| r.OO
Friday Remnant f * O
1 Black Satin Dress, size 38; regular price $39.75. /
Friday Remnant i
1 Black Bengaline Dress, size 38; regular price $29.75. / $| Q.OO
Friday Remnant \
1 Black Satin Tunic Dress; regular price $39.75. ( S'SC.OO
Friday Remnant 1
1 Brocaded Afternoon Dress; regular price $49.50. ( $ /^C.OO
Friday Remnant I
1 Tailored Satin Canton Dress, size 16; regular price $39.75. / J'IA.M
Friday Remnant ) 4\3
1 Faille Silk Tailored Dress; regular price $39.75. ( $| q.OO
Friday Remnant > U
1 Fur-trimmed Satin Dress, size 18; regular price $39.75. I $|Q. 75
Friday Remnant S
1 Brown Satin Embroidered Dress, size 16; regular price $35.00. I | .75
Friday Remnant I 4 i
1 Cocoa Satin Dress, size 16; regular price $25.00, ( $ | 'y.JS
Friday Remnant ) a 4
1 Poiret Twill, size 39; regular price $29.75. / $| ai.OO
Friday Remnant * ( $ “
Please Be Here Promptly at 10 O’Clock—We Do Not Guarantee ,
Quantity to Last All Day
14 Cameleen Coats 17 Dark Broom Camel 4 Tailored Suits
Natural and Caramel Cloth Coats Regular price $69.50. $ / 5Q.00
color.; reg.pri««s.sJ Q. 75 Si C-DO Friday Remnant, *0
Friday Remnant, ** Friday Remnant, .15 ■■ ,- ~~
I Black Tailored Sait —— ™
Regotor prit. «S.O«. SjO * 5 Suits iloo Ml* I/, Price
Friday Remnant, 1 w Regular prices Fridav Remnant. 7*
— : $35.00 to $45.00. $| c.OO
109 f airs Semi- Friday Remnant, 6 Slip-on Sweaters
Fashioned Hose Regular prices
. Regular price SLOO. 40 Rayon Vests $3.00 to $5.00. $*5.00
24 Pairs Gauntlet Gloves p V? »
Regular price $5315; all colors 25 Bath Robes Slightly soled. Rego
and broken sizes. (Odds and R e guj ar price $5.00. $ -5.95 * ar P rice *» $4-®® *° ©•••• J I S 5
_ e^ _ . Friday Remnant, Friday Remnant,
Friday Remnant, **
4 Silk Bags 24 Tunic Blouses *0 Long Bead
Regular prices $15.00 to Regular price $5.00. Necklaces
SIB.OO. $ 5.00 (Odds and ends) $-5.90 Regular price SI.OO. FAc
Friday Remnant, O Friday Remnant, ** Friday Remnant, vU
New York entertaining In eompllmenl
to Mrs. Edward H J. McVlckar.
Mrs. A. W. HhullHs of Independence,
Ivans., is In Washington at Wnrdman
Park Hotel for an extended stay She
Is accompanied by Mrs. Ernest Hewal
of Independence and Miss Julia Far
well of Vermont,
A delight fill % social evening of
dntiring was spent when the members
of the Abigail Hartman Rlev Chapter,
Daughters of the Amerlean Revolu
= “A Shade Better" |>|
1 SHADES- To Measure I
~ J’UK'ISH. p-J
Q 830 13th SL N.W. ® Phone Main 4874 | |||
| W. STOKES SAMMONS. Proprietor. hSi
linn, entertained their guests and
friends Moniiity in the ballroom at
17.14 N street, Immediately following
h short business meriting of the chap
trir. {.fencing started at 9.30 o'clock and
Issled until a lair hour, when refresh
men ts were served. Those In charge of
arrangements were: Miss Olive Pres
cott, chairman; Mrs. Walter B. Dosh.
vice chairman; Miss Isabelle Brown,
Mrs Henry Wade Heaford, Miss Mary
I». .funklii and Mlsh Rutir. t’lairmont.
Mrs, .losper Marion Heall is regent of
the chapter.
ing and |l
or both I
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James d. nenaerson jj
I rmC ; ’ ttrnt ' Urf - *•««• Wobterv. Painting, eU , ?
| ' 1108 G Street—Phones ££%% |
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Distinction — Vivacity — Al
lure—all attributes of cos
tumes dear to feminine
hearts! Seek these and you
will have, the key to Joy— to
Youth—and Gaiety!
with distinction, vivacity f
and allure £
| Millinery I
P j \yS Exhibiting a Veritable ||
Fairyland of ISetc
\ —W' ip Modes in Our
\ f Jf Mete Collection.
£ Especially Priced! £
G f or G
and W
-j — Saturday |
♦ at See Our
V* at W Window
W Display
1227 G Street
C 1 ' y/' Typical of the hosts of footwear
§ yS novelties that are exclusive with
ft s' the Stetson Shop is the “Duchess,” Q
0 / as pictured; designed for opera and ,)
y / evening wear, and featuring the new A
V I “Tommy” heel.
\ Black Velvet With Satin Trim ()
\ \ - Brown Velvet With Satin
\ \ Blonde Velvet With Satin
. \ / Gold Brocade With Kid Trim
Silver Brocade With Kid
| m - 50 I
A JMiJVI 'Ru Also in the same combinations with the $
A new Spanish heel. (/
Q Y* McCallutn Chiffon Hosiery in the new
§ \s*i delightful parchment shade— \
1 O $3.00 0
I ■ %
I Stetson Shoe Shop \
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