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The heart-warming sweetness
at your baby’s smile
in a
portrait by
Portrait Photonraphen Sinei 1907
1327 F St. N.W. NA. 1078
Now can be Beaten!
The miser lea of Pin-Worms have been
kaown for centuries, and millions of vic
tims have-sought a way to deal with this
r«t that lives inside the human body.
Today, thanks to a special, medically rec
ognised drug (gentian violet), a highly ef
fective treatment has been made possible.
Thi* drug is the vital ingredient In P*W,
the Pin-Worm tablets developed in the
laboratories of Dr. D. Jayne & Son.
The small, easy-to-take P-W tablets act
In a special way to remove Pin-Worms.
So don’t suffer in silence with the embar
rassing^ rectal itch caused by this ugly,
atubhorn pest. Ask your druggist for a
(package of JAYNE'S P-W and follow the
simple directions carefully. Satisfaction
guaranteed or your money bark.
P-W—the treatment for Pin-Worms.
Births Reported
James and Gloria Alien, girl.
Andrew and Alice Allen, girl
Raymond and Evangeline Barry, boy
Clement and Eupal Battista, girl.
William and Mary Brett, girl
Edgar and Alethea Calllouet. boy,
George and Beulah Cavey, girl
Robert and Katherine Connors girl
Willard and Ruthann Corrigan, boy,
John and Doris Cross, girl
Edwsrd snd Mildred Delaney, boy.
Christopher and Mary Deneen, boy.
Paul and Qloe Fike. boy.
Barney and Mertioe Forquer, girl.
Robert and Sarah Halliburton, girl
Anthony and Aaenath Orecco girl.
Charles and Shirley Jesaell. girl.
Robert and Lillie Kearns, boy.
Louis and May Legutko. boy.
Leonard and Ruth Llsickl, boy.
Warrer^and Mary Love, girl
Laurence and Anne Mason, alrl.
Willard and Frances Miller, girl.
James and Mary Morgan, boy
'Robert and Esther McLaughlin, girl
Lyon and Doris McMurray, boy
Loren and Barbara Nelson boy.
William and Marie Page, boy.
Donald and Ann Peck, girl
Robert and Jacqueline Porter, twin boys
John and Phyllis Pritchett, boy
Frederick and Elisabeth Reed, girl.
David and Joan Robertson, girl
Jerome end Minnie Robertson, boy
George end Elizabeth Robineon. girl
Charles and Oertrude. Sangeter, boy
Bernard and Belle Scheeter. boy
Victor and Muriel Schlnnerer, girl
Marcus and Anne Smith, twin girls
Frederick and Vida Sorrell, girl.
John and Helen Sullivan, boy.
Russell and Mary White, boy. «
Carroll and Alice Sutton, girl.
Wilbur and Elizabeth Williams boy.
Barry and Elizabeth Wilson, boy.
Charles and Ruth Wise, boy
Birchard and Elizabeth Wyatt girl.
Fred and Helen Yagerholer. girl.
Deaths Reported
Samuel Tailor. 7*. *15 North Carolina av*
■ e
Mary Marzano 74. Waterbury Conn
Antonia Maetromarlno. *1. 1*15 Tewkes
bury pi n.w.
Anna ZaWocky. 47. 921 Butternut et n w
Harold Rattler. 55. 14 Henover at n w.
Albert, Stewart 46. 1901 L et nw
■.. ' ■ Charge Accounts Invited —
California fashions
A lovely outfit of childish
ehorm . .. tailored in c
grown-up manner! Flared
•unbock suspender skirt,
Eton jocket with pique rev
eres. Red ond white, brown
ond white, blue and white
th-ipes. Sizes 2 to 6.
1225 F St. N.W.
• VfHt CHUt
mmmem E vclusive Infants' and C hildren'.s R ear_
* -.—
Cottons, eyelets, chambrays.
spuns and rayon crepes
70 formerly $10.95 and $14 95, NOW 6.95
100 formerly $16.95 to $23 95.. .NOW 11.95
40 formerly $39.75_NOW 22.95
MISSES' COATS, Third Floor
Shorties, casuals, boy coats,
toppers and full length coats
33 formerly $35.00 to $39.95. NOW 18.00
20 formerly $58.00 to $78.00... NOW 38.00
MISSES' SUITS, Fourth Floor
All wool spring suits in the 2 lower
priced groups and,black bengaline
faille in the higher priced groups.
13 formerly $55.00 and $58.00 NOW 36.00
8 formerly $29.95 and $35.00 NOW' 19.00
3 formerly $115.00_NOW 68.00
SPORTSWEAR, Fourth Floor
40 Skirts formerly $5.95_NOW’ 3.95
15 Skirts formerly $7.95_NOW 4.95
15 Swim Suits formerly $7.95
and $8.95_ NOW 5.95
.9 Beach Coats formerly $10.95 NOWr 5.95
11 Slacks formerly $5.95_NOW' 3.95
12 Slacks formerly $7.95____NOW 4.95
13 Pinafores formerly $10.95_NOW7 6.95
17 Play Suits formerly $10.95...NOW? 6.95
14 Short Sets formerly $10.95..NOW 6.95
15 Short Sets formerly $7.95 and
$8.95 ....._ NOW 4.95
SO Blouses formerly $7.95..1_NOW 2.50
Big News! . . . Little Hat!
scar tie... ’12.50
Headline excitement in a little hat packed with fashion
news: Feather trim for color! Soft veiling for glamour!
Platform crown for flattering height! In dramatic
white smoke, Fall'? smartest neutral.
Aho in hlarh or hroirn at $10.00
Katin's—Millinery Shop—Second Floor
Simulated Vearl
N ecklaces ... *1.95
pi** ee*
A year-round jewelry favorite that’s especially cool
looking and lovely for summer costumes! Evenly grad
uated strands of lustrous, lightweight “pearls” . . .
caught with dainty filigree clasps. Choose for yourself,
for gifts!
Jewelry—Street Floor.
A Suit with small scol
loped collar ond bip flaps;
deep-set sleeves Black
or brown wool gobordme
<5 to 15_$49.95
A slim ttir#e - button
model, designed ond de
tailed to flatter; sizes
35Vi' to 43Vi; black,
brown, grey-$55
Our \PW Suits in Gabardine
S39>95 tn $SS
Pure wool gabardine distinguishes itself on the fashion front more than
ever before. The Fall showings spotlight its silken-soft texture and
smooth finish in beautiful suits like these. Suits noteworthy for their
masterful tailoring, their ingenious styling, their endless wearability.
In sizes all the way from 9 to 43!
Karin's—Suit Shop—Second Floor.
"Apple Blossom"
for Summertime Dnintines*
"Apple Bloeeom" Talcum, on ell- -
purpose powder_50c* ta $1*
"Apple Blossom" Deodordant Talcum,
cooling and ef+eetive-50e*, $1*
"Apple Blossom" Deodorant Craom,
non-irritating, greoseless..*_50c*
etarrrf Keim elm *9* ta*.
"Apple Bleseom'r Foaming Beth is e
cool, exhilarating treat.-$1*
"Apple Bleeeem" Beth Powder, super
fine ond luxurious -$1*
"Apple Bleeeem" Cologne, famous for
its dewy-fresh eooln«ss_-$l •, $1.75*
Kann s—Toiletries—Street floor.

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