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to Washington 26 years ago this month.
A novelty of Chef Moggia's thot hat scored a
record—for during oil theie yeors no guest of the
Madrillon ever found a bone in the Shad served.
> It is Boned Shad season—served daily at
Luncheon and Dinner.
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For the benefit of his craft Moggio has gen
erously taught the 'other chefs in Washington \
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| Civil Courts May Get
Dog Ownership Case
I Ownership of Sporty, a little black
mongrel dog, was still unsettled
after Municipal Court Judge Ar
mond W. Scott yesterday dismissed
charges of larceny of the dog
against Mrs. Eines Byrd, colored, of
l the 900 block of M street N.W.
Mrs. Louise Bennett, colored, of
the 1100 block of Tenth street N.W.,
told John Lane, assistant United
States attorney, she intended to
take the matter to the courts, even
though offers of other pets have
been flowing in from sympathetic
Mrs. Bennett’s son. Miller, 11, tes
tified at a trial last March 22 that
Mrs. Byrd tool: the dog away from
him in November as he led Sporty
on a leash at Ninth and M streets
N.W. He said the dog had been his
since he was six weeks old, nearly a
year. Mrs. Byrd declared Sporty is
the dog which was given to her in
1943 and disappeared in November,
Municipal Court Judge Thomas
D. Quinn at that time declared a
mistrial when a material defense
witness, alleged to have given the
dog to Mrs. Byrd, failed to appear
The case yesterday was dismissed
at the request of Mr. Lane who said
the evidence in the first trial showed
Mrs. Byrd claimed the dog as hers
in good faith and this was sufficient
to defeat a charge of larceny. Mrs.'
Bennett still has recourse in the
civil courts, he said.
(3) Skins—Natural Stone Martens
from $295 f
(4) Skins—Natural Mink Scarf from $150
(4) Skins—Kolinsky Scarf_from $125
(4) Skins—Basserisk Sable_ from $85
ALL PRICES TAX INCLUDED
for Easter and Spring
■FASTER and Spring emphasize the
importance of the short coat . . .
And this coat by “BLANMOOR” is a
prize ... It has a gently flared back
* to set off your new costumes; it has
deeper armholes to make it easy over
suits or dresses ... It is made of a
lightweight woolen by Sommerville
and lined with quality rayon by
SKINNER. Black, surf, light green
and light blue. Sizes 10 to 18.
Linings by SKINNER
' Other Coats
$29.95 to $79.95
34th Year at 1319 F Street
-*Berkley Nationally advertised exclusive with. Philipsborn—
IN BERKLEY- SUITS AND COATS
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... a look that is precise, clipped, cleanly
defined in every line, yet as soft in its
contours as the curve of your cheek!
You'll find unblemished flattery in every
style of our collection!
Of 100% woo! gab
ardine with deeper
sleeves, fly front
skirt, and featuring
the bloused bock!
Grey. Misses' sizes.
skins deftly ar
ranged into 3 to 6
Natural Wild Mink,
$22.95 to $55 par
•kin. Dyed Squirrel,
$10.50 per skin.
All furs plus tax
Styled by Kolbert in
100% wool worsted
gabardine. In grey,
beige, navy or black,
in sizes 12 to 18.
(Suits . . .
Pert little open crown
bonnet brightly trimmed
with roses, ribbon. Per
fect with on upsweep or
down hoir do! In woven
(Millinery . . .
. . . they're here to stay!
Here are two stunning
bags, handsomely de
tailed and finished in «
plastic patent and plastic
calf! Two from a superb
selection! In black,
brown, navy, ton.
$5.00 plus tax
Hondtai lored by
Crownley in 100%
wool ... with tucked
shoulders, slit pock
ets, kick pleated
back. Light blue,
tan. Misses' sizes.
Fine 1 0 0 % woo!
crepe, neatly fitted
with two kick pleats,
beautiful scroll trim.
Grey, brown, black.
Sizes 20 to 41 Vi.
<Coats . , ,
Crisp plaid taffeta
makes the top of
this two-piece dress
with pert peplum,
huge bow to give it
swish! A gored
rayon crepe skirt
gives it that slim
took! Lime or pink
top with black skirt.
12 to 18.
<Dresses . . .
11** Street I Between F GO
— Store hourt 9:30 to 6 Monday thru Saturday_
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