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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16; 1919.
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WAN ELIOT'S CHRONICLES OF CAPITAL SOCIETY BOtGS
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Continued from Page .14.) follow hard upon the announcement,
'cardsisoout before -they have even being: set for next Tuesday,
thought of sending out Invitations, Dorothy "VVhltridge, daughter of Dr.
to a debut tea. Here's Alma Rugl ess, ' Roland Barker Whitrldgc, and Lieut.
3ugffcer fc ' Charles Ruggles and Morris T. Raymond, U. S. X.. will
gtandflaughter -of Mrs. George 1 ;j also be married during this, her first
Haggles, Announcing her .engagement i year out or" the schoot room and
tosUeut. J3moiy "'Arthur Stone, air! what would have been her debutante
arjrjce, IT. S. A,"befjore.'her first sea- year had not the death of her mother
-son is over; and tlio wedding is to prevented her taking any part in so-
""Shop fot gounj JFolkf
10th at iff
Heres the Reason and the Bargains
1 HEAD! READ!
The enormous growth of our business made il neces
sary for extensive improvements before another season
opens. The architects have completed their plans. The
builders are ready to go to work. We know that our
, stock will be ruined if left exposed to die dust and dirt
incident to building. New spring goods are daily arriv
"injr, for which we must provide room.
Now comes the greatest value event in the. history of
this store. '
Some of -all sizes finest materials,"
i .. ,
Every-garment miist-be sold aHhese unheard-of prices:
$&&0, $25, $29,50 and -$35
ciety. And then there's Roberta
Brooke Russell, whose engagement to
John Dryden. Kuser was' made known
recently at the dinned which Maj
Gen. and Mrs. George Barnett gave in
her honor and whoso wedding will to'
low in short order. This daughter f
Col. and Mrs. John H. Russell, U. S. M
C, is a mere kiddle, a youngster who
iVas not scheduled to male her uebt.t
for two years. She grew tin xoriv
However, and her father, having seen' I
duty at the four corners of the earth i
Has. had a rather cosmopolitan exper
marriugo to Ed-
ard R. Finkensfaedt is still ten days
f, but overybody Is greatly inter-
-v .. ..AbAy imri.
RRtcd in - th'e nrrtnnrntinn. ..
event, as both- Miss Birne'y and her
sister, Mrs. Harold Walker, are very
popular here. 'Capt Dion Scptt Blr
ncy, whoso engagement to Sarah Mil
ler has Just been announced, is a cou
sin of Lillian Birncy. Ho is the son
of Mrs. Arthur A. Blrney. He wus
associated with his father, who was
at one time -United "States District At
torney, in the practice of law before
the death of the .elder Mr. Birney, and
later was associated with Wharton
E. Lester. Ho will doubtless resume
his law work when ho Is mustered
otit of service.: Sarah Miller Is a
Another interesting engagement is
being made known , officially today,
for Senator and Mrs! Lee S. Overman
rfre announcing the engagement of
their pretty daughter, Grace McWow
dl Overman, to -E. W. Snow, of
Greensboro, N C. The wedding is
to take place some time in the spring, '
and the young couple expect to make
thftlr home in Greensboro. Miss
T . .. ..I
Overman is one of tno prettiest gins i
in the official set. She has ma.de her j
home herewhat timo her1 father's du- t
ties have kept the Overmans. In Wash
ington, and also she has spent much
t&ne with' Edith and Kathleen Lester.
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S. WTB Al
New Spring Models, $4i&5
We expected to sellHheseat 7. So.
Correct Press for Women 801 Pa. Ave. N. W.
, i The; mechanics are putting in our new elevator, so
tH'ese Improvement Sale Bargains are offered to repay
yqu for the inconvenience of using the stairway. ,
Xew3 of' sundry engagements . of
more .than' usual interest 1iaS' seeped
in from other cities. From Texas, fo
instance, comes word of that Jjf Major
Stedman Shumway Hanks who a
"well and favorably knowji" In Wash
ington, Is to wed Margery .Hnncock.:
daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Lewis Han-'
cock, of Austin. Major Hanka'ls the
cnljv son of the late Charles Steaxhxn,
Hanks, of the Chestnut Hill section or
He was eSucated at Grb.ton " anil
Harvard leavincr the" university In1
his senior year to enter, the'dlplo-f
matlc service In our. embassy -In Lon-,J
dpa, wJtCTfrJie was on.e.o'f Whltelawl
items secreianes. ..wwr.w. 'ribu't all news
dcaui no .retnrnea to imisii ma. course,
at Harvard." Later ho ' was for some;
time In'thp office of the Secretary of
State under William Phillips, now
EJrst Assistant Secretary of State,
with whom he had served In London.
At the outbreak of the war. he went
into the aviation service and Is now
attached to the staff . of Brig. Gen. ,
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There will be special Scenery and
by ' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Musgrave.
A lot of hard work done by and moro
Mr. Arthur Campbell, assistant stago
Tlcke'ts for either perf6rmance,
Scats are reserved for you. Doors
open 2:15 and S:45 p. m.
Tickets aro now on sale.
(Forgive this descent to sordid busl-
From: ' Miss BIddle. 1735 X street.
Mrs. Gordon Cumming, 1707 De
Sales: . ..:;' ;-
3Iiss Ernst, 1321 .'ponnecttcut ' ave
nue; Mrs. Gaff; . 1320 Twentieth
street: . . .,,;..
Mrs. Gardner.-1817 Hstreet? .f.iflv
Wlllcrt, 334 Massachusetts avenie,
i"o jauiea, cumpnsing ine execu
tive pbmmittee:,of the
British-American War Relief Fund;
T, Arthnr -Smith, -1306 G street.
The ,perfbfmances-' arp. organized and
directed bj' ' ' .'
Mr.- Algernon. F, "M. Glg) ,s
to whom np.;iriiiulrieff abput'anjjrthing
should on'a'ny. account' be addressed.
Nevertheless. wfth thex exception - of
himself, Mr. Grelg believes
"A pleasant time-. will be ha'd-.by all."
So great 4a"' the demand. for seats
at the evening," performance that a
"return engagement" wil ?be .played
Thursday evening, February1 27.
to represent thePre-CataTan rn the
Bol8 de Boulogne in ParIs.JV'Gusl3
will be served; a deliclous.i'dalry sup
per, consisting of eggs J3ene.Hct,
chicken salad,- sandwiches, cafe par
falt, patisserie and coffee. Debu
tantes in the' humble but bewitching
garb of. milkmaids will serve as
waitresses and the guests will b
seated at small iron tables scatter!
about under flowering chestnut trees.
From a quaint Normandy well. Mar
garet Harding, dressed in Normandy
made from the powdered milk which
is being shipped by the ton to
Charge itawfcs-GeTdon, w)io havi
sailed for KniglaTjB. Mrs. Frlcg CollJ
Is going Sduth to remain a- iaonh
ix week. She will return t Waste
Isjetpa- ntfit, bjix oaly far a Brl auy
and If she comes back In the sprint
she -vflii not remain more; thsft a few
15ela. aas&B always gees early ft
the'v season' to- her place at TuxetU
Parlu Indeed. I have heard that Mrs.
Collier experts to sublet her hotw
In Wyoming avenue, for the spring
summer montns. UHtH, in Tact
MISS GRACE OVERMAN,
Daughter of Senator and Mrs.Lce'S. Overman, whose engagement
. " -.to E. W. Snow, of Greensboorugh, N. C, is announced. f
Women Hospital Senda
Another Unit o France,
The American Women's Hospitals
about the '"American" Mrs. Stephen Ro'an. formerly ITon-
-Womeu's.-Hospitals is of- interest -tovrlc'tta- Fitch la always a sort of aux
Wesliingtonians ns the. Importance of,' Hlary, member or the Noel .House
the- work of thc'organfeatlon'hilH becnj board Mrs. Theodore Star Wllkln
b rough t very close home through-tho.t.sdn- CCatherine. Harlow), ono of the
good offices of -Mrs.-C.-M. Congor. Mrs. officers, of the league., also- works at
Waiter. I'enfleld, and other, prominent 4 Noel -House, where sho h
women who have become amateur
press agents' for the" hosnltal.e.
. . . .-r. : . .ball. So. too, has AVillJRtn "Bowie
Sj-rnkliiK of Charity lla!l, Clark, who is chairman of the floor
A"ca.t One I .ocI IIommc. ' j committee, and is taking ii real intcr-
Spcaking of charity bails well. ! c3t ,n h,s Job'
ias crtarge of
KpUcopnl Home for
Two days after the British benefit
will come tho ball at the WUIard for
the benefit of the Episcopal Home for
inimren,. formerly the Bell Home, In
which many prominent Washington
iuns are interested. Mrs. David Meade
Lea is chairman of the ball comml'deo
and Mrs. William Bell Watklns of tho
young ladles' committee.
Those who have taken boxes and
will entertain parties at his ball are
Mme. Cremer. wife of the Minister
of the Netherlands,. Mrs. Joseph
E. Thropp, Mrs. Charles Boughton
Wood, Mrs.-William Bell Watklns and
Miss Mackay-Smlth, Mrs. Dennis A..
Upson, Mrs. Francois Berger Morah,
Mrs. Walter II. Schbclkopf, Mrs. C,
C. Calhoun. Gen. .and Mrs. Frederic '
Abbot,. .Mr. Del'os A. Blodget and
Major William Eric Fowler. I
The-patTonesses- are: -Mrs. -Thomas,
j. uarsxiaii, Airs. j. nomas . watt
Gregory, Mrs. Carter Glass, Mrs. New
ton D. Baker, Mrs. WUIard Saulsburyj
Mm.e. de Rlano, Mr4- "Colville Barclay.'
Mme. "Ekengren, 'Mme. tl-eo'rge Bakh-:
meteff, Mra.rGeorgfl .Barnett, Mrj-c .Ed
ison Bradley, Mrs. Charles X Bell, Sirs.,
Truxton Beale, MJs; Perry. Belmont,
Mrs. George W. Balrd. Mrs. Raymond
T. Baker, Mrs. Richardson CloVer.
Mrs. Thomas ifuwan nhtiir1 -fr
Charles" C. Glover, irrs. Carj T. Gray-
perhaps I wasn't: but-1 knew I'd get 1 . , ,. ,,
round to it yonnor nr lal-.rll,o nl S"fral oung 1'coplc-.
to change the subject abruptly has j onc on the program is the XoH iiotis? ! Dllmrni Before Ball.
sent another unit to re-enforce its hos-i ball 011 the evening of February '1 at ' There arc to be several youns peo
pital and dispensaries in the Alum , Rauscher's. This is to bu Juxt "plain j pic's dinners before the ball. Mr. and
Whlre i i3 rr0rk,n, r5?S rl"" w,th nSe f ,!,c IWJ'tatnllur.Mr-. Jamea Marlon Johnston arc giv-
with the American Committee Cor . fcau.ro.s. or "stunts.- vrhlih havoj ,s one for thelr debutante daughter.
Devastated France. QfB,v "larkotl many of tins season'-- benefit Klcanor Johnston, and I understand
This unit consists of Dr. Maslny. dances. Cut tho fioor at Rauscher's I th rM,.i. i,i . u
. n.j .. T.- f.-l . ......... -;. v.wunto iiuuiin.J u.iv i.u nun; uim
wnu amieu on mc .idaia, j.. ,-ii- i3 oni 01 ine uesi III Wffll, llio com
ney and Dr. Ward, dentists; Miss AHci mlttce has engaged Bocrnstein's Or
Clark, 1 nur!, and Miss Caldwell. aChctra. with orders to provide the
chauffeusc, who wore passengers on bast music possible and not to spare
the Rochambcau. expensr and, given a good .floor.
Dr. Olga Stastny is from Nebraska . good music and a "good crowd," what
and has a. fine reputation in general . more is needed to make a dance a
medicine. Dr. Ward is from Denver, ; jut cs.
Choke of all the ryest.and prlttiest styles in all the
latest spring shades, Wonderful values.
New WoolPopKn Spring Smts
Fashioned in the Very Latest Styles .......
New. Box. Style Spring. Suits
In Tricotine and Serge New Spring Shades
Tw .Latest Dolman Capes $1 4.98
sSSSat.1 New Materials All New Shades. .."
Colo., whpre she left a lucrative prac
tice to take up relief worlc in- tho
devastated area. Dr. Dclan TC'inney
is a young and clever dentist of Xew
York, who, since the time the Unltca
States entered the war, has been giv
ing her services to the soldiers and
sailors. Miss Clark, who gocx over 3
nurse, recently resigned the position
of assistant superintendent of tho
Woman's Hospital. Miss Caldwell is
a former Red Cross cliauffeune.
The American Women's Hospital at
Luzancy to which this unit will re
port now has 150 civilian beds, a dls-
j pensary service and connected with
I it art thirteen movable dispensaries,
j This may sound a bit statistical.
The "good crowd' is assured 1)
tin rapidity with which the tickets
are selling and the numbcj of promi
nent young people who are arranging
to be present. Tin members of the
Junior League arc cooperating heart
ily with the members of thf .Vo'l
House board, of v hich Mrs. Henry
Cleveland Perkins 1 chairman, in
helping to make tli- hall a success.
Indefd. the relationship between Xoel
House ond tho Junior League is very
do!" .-in! the latter institution al
ways g-ts-- n generous j-lu-e of the pro
cocils from the loagur-'.s annual cn-tf-rt:iinnicnt.
which are divided among
"oc;il .-hariiie?. Moreover, a member
of in- .Iwmior League this year it's
uic oin scouts.' ana sue nas clone a - t o i ,., .
lot. toward rousing Interest in thcKl.rr . V: ""U1 "X?
;-- " - -..... ... ........ .........
Mrs. Archibald Hopkins, Mrs. John
Hays" Hammond, Miss Bessie Kibbey,
Mrs. Frank C. Letts, Mrs. Leigh C.
Palmer, Mrs. John Crayke Simpson,
Mrs. John N. Speel, and Mrs. William
Holllng, mother of Mrs. Woodrow
AVllson. Mfs. Wilson has always been
keenly interested in this charity.
The committee of the free milk far
France fund Is making elaborate prep
arations for the Mardi Gras ball to ba
given on Shrove Tuesday. Maroh 4. at
10 o'clock. Each box will represent a
for Anna Hamlin. Altogether the ball " ,. BSurc' e, 5.ra pil ,n!
gives promise of being a very delight-coef b,y .a blue picket fence and
ful event, and certainly Noel House, 5h.a,d"'? by a .sPrcadnST ?PP- treo, "
which la situated in a section of the f"" bloom- A TU al box' Palnt'
northeast where a settlement house et3 re"c,?buevwn' d!sDlay thc namc
can do the most 'good. Is thoroughly of he hoIdcr , of cach b,x,r Jz
deserving of help. .Mrs. Gordon Cum- I u ?' a Patre for the Mardi Gra
uiiiig and Mi.s Gwynn haVe been add-! nal1- ?" dnvfir,a, y5u W,U aup1
cd to thy llkt of patronesses lhfec rench babies for a year. Tb
j price of cach ticket purchased will
The amateur theatricals to be given I fPed, one baby for, f month, a little
for the Iirlti.sh-American AVar Keller j hc,p,SM. thin- which has no way of
Fund have tho virtue of noviMtv.' so expressing its hunger save oy whim
Icng has it b(en since anything of the! PfcrlnS and cry'ng
sort was given in Washington. The i , ,, ... ,
rerformance is di.bbed 'Vaudeville ' , T,,,e Mycr Davis rchest-ra ' Plav
and -tho Twcive-Pnonri i.ooi.- nn.i ! ,n the large ballroom and the Ward-
woll, here's an extract from the clever ma" Park Orchestra in the ballroom
Here Are Some Wl
Are Working Hanil
On the Junior Batyf committee are
Courtney Letts, Margaret Harding,
Olyve-Graef, Carter Mulllken, Mildred
Bromwell. Other -debuUntsa "who
.will sell favors Ho create a real car
nival spirit at midnight are Mar
garet Tuttle, . Anita.' "Henry, Ruth
SWrtevaht, Marjorle Wright. Mar
garet ;Deeble, - Tracy Lyonc. Enid
Stmms; Marl 6 -Simms, Eleanor Hoover,-Antoinette-Graves,
Leila Gordon, Minna Bl&Ir, Cecilia;
McCallum, Elizabeth Giinncll, and-
Mrs. George Almy Percy.
Mrs. John Pitney ts chairman for
the girls who will sell cigarettes, all
in fancy dress costume. Assisting:
Mrs. Pitney will be Mrs. Shelton
Pitney, Mrs. Albery Hoffman, Mrs.
Harry Davidson, Mrs. Melvllls Wal
lace, Sally Beecber, Louisa Delano.
Louisa and Francis Hoar, and 2dith
The exodus, to the South-has been
so gradually accomplished '..this year
that It was quite p. shock to awaken
to a realization of the slr.'i of The
j gap Jef t by th'e absentees-. The de
parture -jjnMra. Robert M. Thomp
son, accoripanled by Miss 'fa'ykes, to
join Cdonet . Thompson aboanl the'!
Everglades, set . me thlnftfog ubcut
, tho" sM.bectrah'i there cdme to mlndr
offhand -an-Jrapcfslng: Hat-- of Waah-
Ingtonians who are holiday making;
.In .Florida" and at other SoUthnni ie
sorts. ' " '-.
. After ba-vinir. gventhe J?torIda tc
soK jir wide berth for-te'vAt'il years,
Mr.- and- Mrsj-S:"dWard.'ei;?ejMcL6an
and; their kJd.d.ieflare af'atai'lJeach,
where thp have .-cpfigtf., Mr. antf
Mrs. Jcforoe--JBoiiapaxter-a5'4'"aTo at
Palm Beach -and.' so are Mr.nd Mrs.
Edward T. Stotesbunr-rrnot Washln-j-toniaris.'of
icourse. thariJepewa and;
the Stotesbuty; but notables In
whom Washington has a-', personal
and-proprietary- Interest. 'Mrs.Stntes-bu-ry'a
da5ghte'r. Mrs. Walter Jrook?,
who. aa'LQuhfe 'Cjfomwell. made hfr
dobut In-.' i3Vashlhgton, &nu: was a.
great belle :h6re 'e3q?ecta to?Jin her
mother .shortly, tet remain uaill about
tho middle of-March.
Another vlsHrfr-Wlie-Is expected at
Palm Beach soon- is Major A, G Nut-
costume, will serve hot diocalatelshe ives ft up next autumn. The
present pian u for Mrs. Wllllaw
Lewia Pitcher, formerly Mrs. Jame
H. -Watmoagh. who owns the house
and Colonel Ptteher to fake It orer
then. Since their niarflaare srortl
after Christmas they have been llving
at240O Stxteenth stre"efi
But this Is dlsgressln-r, for I tar
cd writing about Florida. Colore I
Thompson went to Florida aome
weeks: ahead of his wife, leavi-w h
tto enjoy a taste of the "WashiBtUMi
season; ana ever since he bearcN-t- '
Everglades he haa had guests
him. sometimes- only one, Vm
three, sometimes a quite coRsMe
party. Rear Admiral Jarae D
Adatns, TJ. S, N. retired, grot b4eli
recently arter a visit on the h
boat and for the greater part -o-tinre
Colonel Thompson - has ha
pretty nleee Mrs. Eustace Wh
as his second in coramaad.
Baron and Baroness Bonde. o
Swedish Jegatlon, were alee aao i ,
the .-coAonei's sniestSr -but they
recently completed their visit
have gone to Cuba for- a "visit
returning to Washington. 1 ha
ister of Cuba and Mme. de Ces -
are in Havana on leave, and the
Ister pt .Switzerland and Mme. S
are also In Cuba, They are coma .
business with' pleasure, slsce Mr -zer
is accredited as minister to.
as well as th? United. States.
Delos Bfodgett and B?elen Bio'
are other 'prominent Washington
who. have slipped, awjc from
should, according to allpreoier
the bad weather ol February
March and are sunning themselv -Cuba.
Ue&teaaat- erahard. and Bride
Lieut Alva D,Sugias Bernharg,
M. .C., and his bride svhA was j
Mary GheVi are. just- baot fr
Ihoneymoon. spentat one of the V
Carolina resorts. And we are laf
ed by, the. society columns that "L
Frederick Henry Prince, j-jr and
Prince, who was Miss Elizabeth B
Ing, are at Aiken for . short V rr.
M"r. and. Mrs. Frederick H. Prince.
are. also at Aiken, and' have with th
a.-dozen of the horses from theft '
mou's stables at Pride's Croasla-r, rf .
The Princes ltave a house at
Fraiiae. as- well as at Aiken;- and
ter. He-has been "connected.'wUti rthe'l Prince is Ml F. H. of the fashie
British HlgK Commission s secre
tary to Sir Henry Bablngton Smith.
He was badly wounded In the engagements-
In which tho first Cana
dian contingent he Is a 3Iqntrcal
matt participated, having part of
$5.98 fo- .- '
to close at, .". .
All Winter Coats
-Fur trimmed; a am
values to $59.98; I S
to close at x "
Two Big Values in Dress Skirts
''"tJ f.t0 j wool poplin, blue 1 ) L JJJ
nath, wc It
All Silk Pop
Dress Skirs -
late st Spring V
styles all Shades
all sizes ape-1
clal bargain i.tj
Xew lot of Dr.
. and black
to- ?7.0S. Sp-jci
'SAY IT WITH FLOWERS"
Lot of prt-U
Waists In Dl ml-
Two Big Values in Waists
bar muslin; sizesf
30 to 54: $!.08
value. Special at 1
: Spring WaisU ini
! de chine. . atln
'and pongee. All'
new spring .styles
i and shades, navy!
.and black. S3.0S
value. Special at
Millinery Bargain for Monday
Choice of a lot of pretty All Satin and Satin ) ja A A
andj5trair, Hjais; good style? that sod regularly up j 8U
io jplOj.to close out Monday at )
NEW SPRING MILLINERY, $5 to $15
First in War, First in
Peace and First in
the Hearts of His
First in Beauty, First
in Fragrance and
First in the Hearts of
All Flower Lovers.
Flowers sent to all parts of the civilized world '
GUDE BROS. CO..
Florists and Floral Decorators
1214 F St. N. W.
Telephones: Main 4277-78-79 Franklin 6554
Cable Address, "Gude" V
Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association
programs, just printed, which tells
hotter than I can of tho pleasant
things in ston- for those who patron
ize tin- outortninment:
"Wednesday. February the 20th
Hall room of .Mrs. Gaffs house.
(Uy kind permission of Jlr. and Mr3.
T. T. Oaff)
lii-JO Twentieth Street,
Two Pfrformanecs at
3 p. m. and !):;o p. in. promptly
(and, though most charily perform
begin on time, this onc will.)
Mr. and Mr--. Oordo.n Bell
MIhs May Ladenbefg and Miss Mar
will appear in a one-act comedy,
"Tho Twolve Pound Looh." by
.. M. Uarrio.
This play was ono of Kthcl Barrj-
greatest successes. ,
There will be a Pierrot and Pierrette!
Concert Party. H
Songs. Duets and foolishness: ;
Mrs. SnltonstaH will play. !
Mifs l'ranres Hoar will dance, '
So will th '
.Messrs. Breeze Hrothor?. i
Mrs. 'Carroll (at the piano). Mrs. I
Miss Valentine Mitchell, Mr. II. G.
Dr. Draper and others will make up
ISromwell. Erltles. nrinnell. Hardin?,
Hopkins, Johnston, I-tts. Story
i will appear and there are man
i others. ' '
at the end of the long corridor, where
the floor is excellent. Roomy, com
fortable wicker chairs, and softly
shaded lights make the spacious log
gia an ideal D'aee. for tete-a-tete Dar-
I ties between dances.
The dining room will be decorated
his shoulder shot away. Howtvir,
ho recovered sufficiently to talce up
the work in "Washington which' has
been occupying him recently. Tn ad
dition to this he has contributed -considerably
to propaganda work, hav
ing spoken at The Greenbrier White
Sulphur Springs and other plase3 In
the South, and it is said, having teen
heard from New York to Cincinnati,
from Chicago to Boston. At Palm
Beach he will be with Mr., 'ad. M.rs.
William -Downey. promfi-jjSiSi: Cana
dians who have "a cottage, there. .'
hunt-at Pan, where he ha the r -
to the exclusive hunting set. '
chateau 'there- -was given -er the
of convalescent soldiers- early ia . -;war.
.Thee Princes are-atvAJkea po
dally for the hunting.
JToung Mis. Prince was in WashlEg
ton much of the" early winter, vfsltfnjr
Irs. John- Ballentlne Pitaer asd iak-iag.psrt-ln
many of -the festivities f'r
Jier debutante sister, 3argaret Hard-
Ling: Mrs.-Pltney, by- the way. Is ex
pectin? that her husband, Capta n
Pitney. Tr. S. A wilt return short?
from Prance, "where lie has' toei . a
duty., for o-lnay.-mDsth3-f. . ,...
Fondly yoars, '
..dcalral tca&Hrk., Mivsuje
In Colony At St.-AugHjitiae
Rear Admiral and Mrs. illard
Brownson are'at St. Augusllh3-1ild.'
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hewson v.-Hl
shortly join the Washington colony
there to remain until spring. M.r.
and Mrs.. Bdson Bradley will also
go shortly to St. Augustine. They
have closed their Washington home,
for the remainder of. the season, nndj
are in ,wew xoric preparatory 'io
starting for the' South. They expect
to be at the Ponce de Leon for the
month of March.
After a "bon voyage" to her son-in-law
and daughtor, Lieut, and Mrs.
m'&i Eyes WKG?
Ve make every- pair it glasses r.
order and the selection of frama
according to your facial features.
An accurate and careful exarsias
tion means a satisfied patient.
We d MOt esrrr. -ready-made glasses)
r-CTe do set nsme ulnprn.
Xo came toodlfflcalt.
' ffittees years praetlce.
Quality Optical Co.,
438 Sta St. X. W.
I FRAMES. rv'
ONLY TEN DAYS MORE
OF THIS GREAT EASY
i" Sljles Noii llcini; Sliorrn
ual to ntu.
PANAMAS cleaned, bleached
bloektd by experts.
5TRAW BRAIDS AND TRIMMIWIS
Hr-adiiuarters lor the largest s.e
leetion. I ADIES CAPITAL HAT SHOD
j 508 11th Street N. W.
Phoncj Main S3:2.
Our "Work tk Our Rrnudllnnl
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If you have not yet secured :i Thor "on
easy terms" your chances are getting slim, as
the offer holds good only ten days more, pro
vided the lot la"sts that'long: Come tomor
row, don't delay, for with the expiraon of
tins oner tnese macnines reveri to a stricuy
cash basis. . .
"Thor 25" $125
"Red Electric" '.: ..$80
(5 Off for Cash)
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