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THE WASHIjSrGfOjV TIMES, SUNDAY, ;,TULY 25, 1915.
- 10 SUSAN MINE You know how much 'of. 1U oclal color Washington always takes .from 1U political surroundings? WclL wo now have a prospect, so I nm Hourly assured, of a midsummer so cial ieaaon that will be qulto untquo-lf it happens. They say I never have boon able to Warn Just who "thoiT arc, but anyhow they do the caylnc, and thoy havo a way of guessing accurately that Con gress Is llablo to bo bac with us In a very, very little while. It appears that the brain compartment from which comes this Impression la located next door to that other one In which Ideas about tho war In Europe aro Incubated, o I guess that If Congress comes back the war will bring It, or something that has to do with our interest In the war. Tou don't need to bo told that If Con gress comes back In mid-August It will bring a big supply of men and a com- , paratlvelv limited number of women. I There are tno statesmen, iirsi or an, who will largely leavo their families at home until after tho hot weather possoa ,Ita crisis . and the publiq schools aro ready to open; then come tho oft clals, secretaries, and tho rest of tho entour age of Congress, Including a good many unmarried men and a good many mar ried ones who will bo summer bachelors for a long spell. It really looks qulto alluring. Wash'ngton has been unusual'.y do llghtful all summer, with unexcentlcn obla weather and plenty of agreeable things to do. Given the Inspiration of a Congressional resumption and itJ at tendant Influx of men to spur it along, and I think tho town Is Just In tho right frame of mind to have a great tlmo With Itself. That is, provided, of courao, that they aro coming In order to step the war. , U they nre coming, as 1 have hoard Intimated In somo quarters, for uomo other business in relation to tho war, such as getting this country Into It, wo can struggle along very nicely without them. You can't tell what a lot of mon like that may do when they get to gether and a-talking. Thon. It mavn't happen at all; but If I wero you I'd keep my eyes open and bo ready for whatever may come, for "they" seem pretty confident that something extraordinary Is going to happen. Pretty Leslie McWilllams rind her mother, Mrs. Charles McWilllams, aro on their way back to their. home In "Vo kahama, Japan, after a two months' stay In "Washington, which proved all too short for their numerous ft lends here. During their visit, Leslie, who has never been East before, was put through a course of sightseeing, and there were all sorts of parties given In their honor. One day last week Mrs. Charles F. Humphreys gave an attrac tive bridge party for them at the Chevy Chase Club; Mrs. McLemore, wife of Major McLemore, of the Marine Co' ps. k - '' -ser "-saw uuinrjva. 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Karl Iq going to Mexico for a time, where naturally Mary cannot fol low because of unsettled conditions; so sho is coming to New Ycrk to visit her brother, William Montague, who Is a professor at Columbia University. Later sho will Join her mother at her cottage In Hyannlsport and she may pay Wash ington k flying vllt on tho return trip West. This decision was reached most unexpectedly and had to be acted upon quickly, so their friends have not heard any details from tho busy ratr so far. - Motion pictures seem to bs ono of tho most popular t-astltnes of Eoclety folk, who are amusing themselves at the va rious resorts. Tho Swimming Club at Bar Ilarbar Is tho rendezvous for tho dcr.licns of that excluslvo tesort and thru motion plcturo exhibitions of an evening havo come to be a vctltible In stitution. Acaln at HouthaTipton, where the most fastidious congregate, elaborate dinner parties aro frequently followed I by a visit to tho "movies,' as In winter thev aro followed bv a visit to the play. I Only last week Mrs. Robert M. Thomp fctn took her guests, df ,cr a particularly brilliant d.nner party, to tho Uarilun Theater, at Southampton, to seo a line itel being shown there. Kar Harbor, it Is said, has had tho th gayest July In a decaSe. Miss Jo sephine Qlbson. sister of Charles Dana Uibson, who Is spending the summer with Mr. and Mr:. William Lawrenco Green, has taken hold of things at the Swimming Club, until tho dally assem blngo at tho midday bathing hour now runs a closo secind to tho Breakers' throng at Palm Beach In tho winter. The club la constantly thronged with dancers, too, who crowd the floor be tween golf, bathing, tennis end the Ubual round of cottasfe and hotel teas. - Mrs. .1. Holdsworth aordon, and tho ha been an Wlckllffo Itoscs are others who will bo Washington. at the quaint llttlo seaside resort until Sho Is a slstnr of MarJorle Itlch, fall. ' , who married Lieutenant Hago or tho Engineer Corps, and whom ynu met, I Count Gilbert do Cholsoul-Praslln, am BUr0) when thoy were stationed whoso engagement to Mrs. Clara Butro here. Dorothy Is also n. frlond of English, of San Francisco and Tarls, Dorothy Qatcwood North and hus has been recently announced, is tho first visited her several times at Went of tho Bourbon family to marry an l'olnt. She Is very pretty, clever and American; and tho story comes from interested In Hottluirtcnt work and Paris that he became engaged to Mrs. Mlcn things after tho fashion of New English wlron ho was a patient in tno yoljt g.rifl. The (jate woods and thu American- AmbUlapqe and she a rhombor niches made an ocean crossing to ot tho corps, of nura.osV Whonthe war Bether several years ago, saw a gp'at broke ot Mr.,ErigHsh was the first dca, of each olner ln nome and t. American 'wpman, , to Brtroll nurse camb ,xeollf nt friends, she was ono, otlie, moving, spirits In gtuart Godfrey Is now Instructor of getting tbotAmerlcan Ambulance started mclhcmallCB at the Military Academy, and endowed'a numbot1 of -bed lwe s a brilliant oliapwas graduated Mrs. English Is 1'ie youngest daughter flrEt , hla ciRB .A& .. .,.,,.,, of the lato 'Adblph Sutro, who Was rt BOrtB rfr activjtfe8 noUt tho post. Mayor of Sah Pranc'.soo; but she has Ho ha iatBy organized a largo corps livid In Tarls for the past fifteen years. pf boy e(.out8 nnd ,s puttlng them iter, wner was a muiio.niare. mi u.. u,rouK:h an Instructive and varied Imagination. He built tho SUtro tunnel course 0f training. I K. Vt.il. A j. rt .1 m. ..Il.nl Ail H tlAAlfl .fa- Pictures and curious and beautiful Speaking of Wosl Point, remind, "ey ttrren 8 amai1' Jon- Whitney Jr. things. When he, went to live at Hutro me that Helen Townsloy, daughter! And now, having told you nil th. news Heights, the place was tho most beaU-l0f tho Superintendent of the Acad-' that Is going tho rounds nnd cucli its I tlful dwelling site near San Francisco, emy, is the latest arrival at Pino have been able to glean by lotter i. www ,v ,-vao luiiDiuvivu kvw uvvw -v .cil tHinP in III, i'UII UIIUUUIVD, WIIKID residence. " Hlldroth Gotewood, the Meade Wlld- Sutro Heights Is near the Cliff House, ' ricks nnd a number of young people and the l'aclflc Ocean at this point le'are having tho Jollloct sort of a sum considered dangerous; but there Mra..meri English passed most of her life and sho . .f !s a wonderful swimmer. As a young. The latest nddltlon to tho ranks of girl she and her brothers, who are also summer resorts Is Tobyhanna, Pa., athletes, dally swam round the Seal where the artillery Is encamped. Not Hocks. In fact, she was as much at ( only have the wives of the officers In homo ln the water as the seals who camp taken bungalows and made them livcd on the rocks. I selves confortable nearby, but a number Among Mrs. English's many friends of army folk have gone up merely for in Paris are the Infanta Eulalla, of the oako of a pleasant holiday. To this a temporary studio for tho use of J'rlnco Paul Troubctskoy, who modols portrait busts of men and women prominent Jn society, to bo made permanent In bronze. Prince Paul has deserted Greenwich, Conn., for Newport and soon his friends will be taking tea In the artistic struc ture, which Is coming Into being In tho grounds of Hill Top Inn, and which Is In architectural sympathy with tho Inn. Prince Paul's portrait painting brother, Prlnco Pierre Troubctzkoy, la also at Newport, mak.ng equally permanent likeness In oils. , Other mombcrs of the artistic cottrle Robert Itold, J. Stewart Harney and Ad dison Mlzncr, of New York, who con tribute largely to the gaycty of tho na tion with their posters and work with pen and brush; and A. Muller-LVy, of New York, who Is now doing a portrait or near Admiral Cameron Mcllao Win dow, U. S. N Mr. neld also goes In for more serious work, ond Is now fin ishing a portrait of Mr. and Mrs. Whlt- Hlder my duty well done. and Fhnll nrn. ceea to array myself for conquest. You really should see my now pink taffeta hat. Yours fondly. Sunday. JEAN ELIOT. Motor Car Bid In, Given Back to Dr. Anna Shaw Spain and tho Duchess de Chotseul, who will both attend the Wedding, which Is to tako place In Paris, 'at tho French J'rottstant Church. - rrqmlr.cnt amopg tho people whose onV:rtrtnmeiiu, do much to, add to the charm of a Newport season and still more .to dissipate tho odd notion that life there Is inado up of a scries of eccentric and spectacular parties, "mon key dinners" and the ljke. are a Wash ington pair", Mr. and Mrs. George Pea body jlustls. YNot long ago thoy ar runiien an interesting concert, which was given In Emanuel Church, ''erected by Mm, John Nicholas Brown, ln mem ory of hc,r usband. Miss 'Alice- Pres ton was the-sololbt, with Btuart Henry at tho. organ and Mrs. Eustls, herself at the piano. Mrs. East Is. "who was Mlss'ltosamond Stroet, niece of Mrs. Levi P. Morton, Is considered one of tho best interpre ters of Chopin among amateurs. Her Alice Clapp and Florence Farnsworth husband Is bent known as a follower of ,t, mn ln.t weak in Alice's good- the hound's, although he has devoted CopjriBhted liy Harrle-Ewlng. MISS JULIA LITTELL, Daughter of Col. and Mrs. Isaac W. Littell, U. S. A. was hostess at luncheon; Mr. anil Mrs, Carl Joerlssen and Herbert Hcngstler Invited guests to dinner to meet them and among the others who cntei tallied In; their honor were Mrs. Mrs. James Lee Sh'eUon, tho Ell E1I61 Talmers and Hasell S. Dick, of the consular service, who knew them Jn Japan. Leslie is such an attractive person, with the loveliest red hair and Just a little bit different from those of us who have been reared In the United States. , Her father, Charles McWilllams, Is Oriental manager of the Great North- ' ern Steamship Company, and sho has lived all her life In tho Far East, save for his sstcia anil his coustna and hU aunts, and attended school In the Col Iokc of Peers, which. thoui;h intense.! principals for tho oducatlon of tlio nobles. Is open to all Th n may ac-ount. ln a measure, for the fact that lie Is a distinctly human sovc'ielKn In spite of hl3 divinity. Alice Shen.trd stopped off In New York on her wnv to Jamestown, and had a verv Jolly little visit. Slro stayed n few dajs w 1th a cousin, and then went over to Brooklyn for p. bit of 11 vls't with Harris Cil3t and his pretty wife, who was Addle Slack. Moreover, she crowd ed a few theatcis and roof gardens and for occasional visits to California and a vlrlt to Conev all into tno space ot a tho four years she spent in Seattle at 1 few duys. and generally had the time of boarding school. She thinks our custom ( her life. r of playing tennis without the aid I of , ColoneI '0(Uls 0,;fey as Blven a sur. boys to retrieve the balls is .1 bt bar- ( ,,,., ,arpc honu8 upon nl, aceent. barous and entirely 00 strenuous 1. - , Uon wUh thp Keyslone deed she Is not Inclined 10 bo at nil p company, which he Is to 1111. strenuous, except when It comes to , rc)1 tlon flom tne nrmy swimming. In the water she is a veri- , )ms tuken efrcct SiQ hafl J)0(,n ln.char(.0 tame risn. moreover, snu uunix-o ciiunu ingly. Mrs. McWilllams and Leslie were ex tenstvplv entertained by thj Japanese commissioners to the Panama-Pacific exposition during the weeks they spent ln San Francisco before coming East. Leslie, Indeed, is a particular favorite with tho Japanese, who admire her red hair extravagantly. She speaks the lan guage fluently. She Is also extremely popular ln Manila, where she spends a few weeks every winter; and ono year came within a vote or two of being elected aueen of the carnival, an honor which finally fell to a beautiful Spanish girl resident ln Manila. -- Now. Leslie and her mother arc on their way home and expect to sail from Seattle, on the thirtieth. I had a talk wlfh Mrs. McWilllams ono day Just be fore she left and she spoke most In terestingly of the curious state of affairs which exists ln Japan a nation at war, vet which has not fired a shot since tho fall of T8ing-Tao. The foreign colony feels the effects of the state of war more than any other class of society, for the English aro gone and the French, as well as tho Germans and the Austrlans, and the small number of Americans resident in Japan are left to hold the fort alone. -5.J. However, ln spito of tho war, this should prove a gala year for visitors, according to Mrs. McWilllams, foi It Is the vcar of tho coronation. Tho present ruler. Yoshlhlto. who camo to tho throne on the death of his father In 1912. Is to be crowned Emperor on November 13. and this -will be the occasion of all sorts of festivities, celebiations, and rejoic ings. The court has been out of mourn ing for six months now; but the coro nation needs must wait until the rice used in the ceremonials can be grown and harvested, ns thcic is 11 tradition that It must not be planted during the period ot mourning. cf tho smokcloss powder arsenal at Pic i ntlnney, near Dover, N. J., for about I six years, ever rfnee he vva. stationed In Washington, In fact. His survlcoj were held In high regard In the army and tho officials were loath to let him go In many wajs the Horneyi, too, hated to leave the niiny; but the f'olonel felt, as so many military men do, that in case of trouble ho could ho of as much service to his country In his new capac ity ns If he were still on tho roster of tho aimy. M01 cover, It must ho a jileas nnt sensation to have one's bank ac ct upt swell "wlsihly" undei one's eyes, particularly when there Is a lnrgo family to b; considered, nd tho salary which will ho I1I3 is most generous. looking seven-passenger Packard car for a motor trip. Up to the time of leaving, their plans were quite Jndefl nlto, but eventually they will reach Capo May, whore Florence will' stop off to visit William Mattlngly and his daughter. Mrs. Ethelbert Breckenridge, widow of Captain Breckenridge, who have a cottage there for the summer. Later she will make a series of visits at Sprln Lake, Atlantic City and other places alone the Jersey coast. Mean while Alice will continue In her car to tho North 8hore, and lll take In a number of Northern resorts before re turning to her summer place at Lake wood, N. J., for several weeks. May. by the way, is literally awarmlnc with Washington people, and but foregather with the little group of distinguished mon and women who re muln ln town and manage to have a very pleasant time. $ Julia Littell is another recent addi tion to the list of attractive Washing ton brldcs-to-bc. her engagement to j th colony ,B BrownB daily, Mrs. Louis ivieut. Aiexanacr x-uicu. ". .. "- Qrcene and her children arc there now. ing been announced recently. ft,go her fnther mother. and sister; Mr. No date has been set for the wedding, and Mrfl Burk ond Estner nUrk. of but It Is probable she will select a time Alexandrla. Mr. aml Mrs. William Stone In tho caily autumn. Albert and their little granddauBhter. Alexandria Kwln'g came down to Jane Story, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Washington for a few days last week, j John P. Story. Jr f at the Baltimore principally to see her fiance. New bold Inn. where Mrs. Walton Goodwin and Noyes and his family, who are very Katherlnc are also established. Miss much broken up over the recent death ' Mary Ambler la the uest of Mr. and of Mrs Noyes mother, Mrs. Newbold. Mrs. Frederick "Efflnger; Antoinette They have now gone back to Sorrento, j Ray Is e xpectcd this week to be Frances where thoy have a delightful summer , Efflngor's curst, and Mrs. E. It. Waters overlooking tho bluffs of uar is wun ..virs. orucucmiunc wiitmu, tne coionv nas oeen lurincr aireiiKWien ed by the arrival of tho William U. The young Mikado is distinguished abovo all other emperors, for In the eyes of his sublcets he Is divine. Hj Is a bit frail, but scilous nnd blight, and has some pretense to the social Instinct which was ko completely lacking In h s illustrious father, tho great Emperor Mutsuhlto. during whoso long reign lock place the modernization of Japan. Since his acccs un to the throuo he hss btcn surrounded by the rigid etiquette and ceremonv that doth hedge a king. Ills palace rivals In costliness the palaces of the European monarchs; combines quaint Japanese architecture with tho mechanical devices of the Occident, and, In fuct. comes perilously near the luxury offered, by an ocean liner. In his youujr day9, however, he lived a s.mple sort of a life, principally In the society of h.s As Colonel Ilorney's headquarters are to be In New Ypik, he nnd his fnmily v. ill make their home in one of tho many charming subuibs within easy 1 each of tho city. They nro preparing to movo from their attractive quarters at Plc-itlnnoy this week and will go to ! tho seashore to spend a few weeks. meanwhile deciding upon a place to locate. They will he Joined shortly by their married daughter, Mis. T. G. Mor- 1 pan Ollphant, wife of Llrutenant Oll- phunt. of tho Fifth Field Artillery, sta tioned at Fort Pill, and her small son, Tom. - Mr. and Mrn. John Jov Edson aro building an unusually handsome pair of gray stone gates at the entrance to tho grounds of Joy Farm, their country home. They laid tho fine muradnm road way leading from tho Uockvlllo-Gcgrge-town pike to their house, but would seem to have turned Uiat part running from the pike to the trolley tracks over to the county, for it is-now public prop erty, and several fine houses have been elected bebido it. The gates aro right at the,car tracks, and t(icre begins the driveway, whiqh runs pirallol to tho tracks for a little way. then turns abruptly Into the wo-jd and leads to Ardmoro, the Clement Wilght Huskes' new place. JUst be yond bt.inrV? the attractive rustle sum mer house, wluro tlfosc, of us who nro prone to lido 'n street cars can bo protected from tin weather, whopce a picturesque, winding footpath leads through the woods to tho Edsons' house. Gcneial and Mrs". William Crozlcr have gone tho devotees of tho sleeping poich one' better, and during tho sum mcrttmo s-pond the nights ln 11 tont, which Is hidden away In the lovely gar den hui rounding their house u Massa chusetts avenue, Thero Mrs. Crnzler cay they can have nil the sensations of ski. ping out ln the woods and still be right at home, where tho general Is kept vor busy these dajs. Thej do not ex pect to leavo town at nil, except per- homc Harbor. The voung Tom Blagdcns Mrs. Blag den was Ethel Noyes before her mar riage, ou remember who came down for the funeral, have also returned to New York, and Mrs. Noyes' brother. Captain Henry Newbold, Is back at his pos.t again. The Blngdens are plan ning a visit to Bar Harbor later ln the summer; but so far Mr. and Mrs. Noyes and Frances have made no plans. They are still at Alton Farm, the old Noyes place In Maryland. .;. Gcorgotow n, town of many beautiful homes nnd of much Interesting social history, has reached such a pass that It may soon be classed among .the "back numbers." The mot disdainful phrase which can bo applied to a town Is "the grass giows In the streets," and that Is what may now be truthfully said of Georgetown. in ono of the busiest streets, where the car tracks run and where a large public school and a well- to-do church are located O street, near Wisconsin avenue the cobble stones are almost obllteiated by grass and weeds. And Is that the only street? It strikes me that it -Is up to the residents of Giorgotown to clean up the streets of the town of which they aro so proud. - -Jamestown is given over this sum mer to golf and tennis playlnB naval officers and dutiful navy wives and daughters. And among the attractive voting women who are spending the hummer thero to ba In touch with the fleet and their gallant husbands aro a number of Washington girls. Lieut, and Mrs. Walter Woodson sho wah formerly Ruth Halford aro at the Tepnant cottage, as are Harriet Conger's sister. Mrs Fitch, and Lieu tenant Fitch, and R030 Bradford Rich ards, and her husband. Commander "Tubbv" Llttlofl.ild and Mrs. Llttlofleld, who was Beatrice Ashmead, of Wash ington, have an attractive cottago for the season; and tho young Hugo Ostor hnuses are expected about tho 1st of August to visit Helen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Downing. The Downing girls and Alice Shepard are among those who go to Jamestown almost every year, and have organized a lot of good times. Admiral and Mrs. Fletcher have the most fascinating cottage imag nable, on tho shore and overrun with Dorothy Perkins roses. Svbil Fletcher runs her own car, and enjoys motoring more than any other rport. Right now the ships have gono out that is. all the battleships-exccpt Admiral Fletcher's Ormes and Elolsn. who arc nt the Chal fonte. Mr. and Mrs. Rawllngs Hume motored down with the Ormes, but re turned to town Immediately. However. Bessie ond the 'children will go back to Cape May some" time In "August. Mrs. Powell MInnegerode and her mother, much time to tho writing of plays. When he kept bachelor hall on Long Island, ho had a theater In his ball room. Miss Preston Is one of tho tal ented women of Now York, but she wag born ln New Orleans, whence came Mr. Eustls' distinguished forebears. - Miss Caroline Ogdcn Jones Is another member of Newport's, elect, who Is mu sically Inclined and who gives numer ous entertainments which are at once pleasant and dlgnliled. Her muslcalo nn July 21, at her charming villa was a ti lily delightful function. She is n sis ter of .Mls Frances Og"den Jonea, who has a country homo at Pequot, near New London, where she gives delightful housepartics. Their kinship has result ed In many friendships between New port and New London people who nict't at the homes of each of these sisters. Mrs. Paul Bartlett's daughter, Caroline Ogden Jones, who wus bridesmaid for Eleanor Reyburn and also for Con stance Gardner, is a niece of the Misses Ogden Jones. Sho Is to spend the rest of the summer nt Bar Harbor with the Uartletts. - -With three brides to be made wel come and cnlortalned, the early au tumn season at West Point is llkoly to be very gay. Joe Aleshire and his pretty little bride, who was Eleanor Vldmcr, will bo bqok from Panama by that time, Eleanor Rfcyburn Har rington and "Pink" will be Installed In thlr nttractlvc quarters and bo "fore September Is over Dorothy Rich will do Mrs. Stuart Godfrey, with quarters on the post. She Is tho daughter of Mr and Mrs. Charles A. Rich, who divide their time between New York and Bellcport, L. I., and number belong Major Anscll, of the Judge Advocate General's office, and Mrs. Anscll, who havo closed up their house In S street and Joined the colony at Tobyhanna. Mrs. Clarence N. Jones, wife of Cap tain Jones, has been at Fort Myor for several days, but will go back to Toby hanna early In August, and will havo several guests with her. Her camp, "The Roost," Is most attractive, and has been the scene of lots of Jollifica tions during the summer. Mrs. Charles Menoher and her Bons, Darrow nnd Charles, have Joined Colonel Menoher, who is ln camp with tho artillery, and will havo their eldest son, Lieut. Pear son Monohor, who Is waiting orders, with thorn for the next month. Both tho Joneses and Menohers have their machines with them, as havo sev eral of the officers' families, which adds very much to the pleasure of a stay ln camp. The Edmund Parkers are among the most popular members of the ybunger contingent. - -Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Adams and their Bmall son, Gordon, left Washing ton early this morning to motor to Chi cago, where Mr. Adams' business duties will detain him for the next three months. He Is auditor ot the American Telephone and Telegraph Company. The Adams are Georgia people, who haT not been very long ln Washington, but they axe rery charming and have already made many friends here. The Interest ln art, which ever forms part of the varied life "of Newport, has been given a fillip by the building of MEDIA. Pa., July M.-The little yel low car "Eastern Victory," presented to Dr. Anna Howard Shaw by Now York supporters of the woman suf frage leader, and seized for non-payment of taxes, was put up at a con stable's sale, bought ln by the Woman Suffrage Society of Delaware county and returned to Dr. Shaw. There were two bidders against tho Media society, and it cost the organiza tion U30 to redeem the automobile. fQQQfSOiClOQOOOOOOOOOOOSOyZ PAPER DRINKING CUPS 8 ox., per 100. ........ .60c 12 oz.f per 100 75c and other needs in paper in great variety at most rea sonable prices. "If It's Made of Paper You Can Get It At Andrews' " R. P Andrews Paper Company 727-729-731 13th St. N. W. 'The House of Quality!' f Ending Our July f Ending Our July Clearing Sale l-H I-H'l M"H"!-H H"H-HH-H"W-I"1 -I-H' 'I '1-M-H-I-M-I-M-M- A. Lisner The Palais Royal On G Street J Low Shoes Must Go! Apparel that recommends Itself for superior quality now offered at finally reduced prices. Service, Savings, and Satisfaction Are Supreme In This Specialty Shop. New Model Dresses That Were $7.50 To $10 Now Reduced To $3.98 ral relatives, the Japanese equivalent hups f or- an. occasional week-end vU.it, liiv In order to. have our stock cleared of J all broken and discontinued lines at our inventory time, we have assembled one thousand pairs of Women's Colonials, ;; Pumps, and Oxfords which must be dis- i posed of at once regardless of their former i values. Loveliest French Crepes, Qrgandies, and Voiles, Linens and impotte'd fancy materials, disclosing at a glance thelf 'wonderful good values, sacrificed for clearance to a price that Is posi tively next to nothing compared with value received. Slz.es are complete ln this lot. SPECIAl Dresses In French Linen, Crepes, and Voiles, white and colors; all sizes for misses, ladies, and extra sizes. Were 97.50 to 910. Clearing at Dreaaca np to 912.90, all materials, choice. Oreaaea up to 913.00, all materials, choice WAIST CLEARING See Tables. TABLE 1 WAISTS TO 92.50, In lingerie and tub silks. Clearing at TABLU 2 WAISTS TO 92.00, In lingerie, somo black lawns. Clearing at TABLE 3 WAISTS TO 96.00, In beautiful silks, white and colors; a grand assortment; all sizes Final Millinery Clearing. Sec Tablea Flrat Floor. J4.00 and 5.00 Trimmed (P- QfT. Trimmed Hats, to 915, anamas. clearing &l.Utt clearing at. ............ r. . . Ovl choice (1 AA untrimmed Hats to $5, (DX.UU Panamas Trimmed Mats clearing at Trimmed Hats clearing at to to 7.G0, 'Hi.' I clearing at 00c nnd. Cotton $1.98 $5.98 $7.50 $1.00 . 79c $1.95 $1.95 10c 95c 1 --pp--pr Hf 200 pairs of Colonials, Pumps, and Oxfords, were to-Sb.00. Now $3.35 for choice. 3oo pairs of newest Spring Low Shoes, were to $4.50. Now $2.45 for choice. mhBY Easy Payments IIVARTZ 708 7th ST. N,WS 300 pairs of Boy Scout Shoes, in Black and Tan Calfskin, were $2.50, Now $1.95 for choice. 200 pairs of Misses' and Children's Oxfords, Patent, Gun Metal, and Tan Russia Calf. Sizes 8J to 2, Were to $2.50. Now $1.00. Shoe Dent, on 2d Floor. fllllllllHlllllllll I'M H M I i K I Hi-H"Mi'H"H l-H-W- $8nw?fe35.&3k 937-939 F St. N.W. No Branch Stores STEINWAY PIANOS And Other -PLAYER-PIANOS-Victor Victrolas and Records E. F. DROOP & SONS CO. 1300 G Street