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SON'S APPEARANCE MOLJNE, 111., No*. It.?Mrs. Ethel A. Turner has volunteered to give on^ ol her earn so that her yodn* -son will not be di'flpured through life. TT>e boy's fare was frightfully burn ed when be caroc in contact with a ll*e wire some lime ago. Physicr?n.? decided the boy's- appearance c^uld be <av?d by skin grafting and his moth er offered to submit tp an operation for that purpos. SIGHTS ICEBERG TWO MILES LONG "" "N, BLAL.T1MOFIK, Nov. II.?It is seldom that such a mammoth Iceberg is seen at as was reported by <"aptaln Kaa*. of the Scandinavian-Americn , steamer Texas, from Swedish ports, in port yesterday. On November 2. in latitude 47 4c grces 12 minutes north and longitude | 4* degree tl minutes west, lie ran ; in near a berg 150 feet high and two j miles in length. Captain Kaas said it was beautiful, but being in the track of steamship travel, he hoped that those who followed him would have only a chance to admire its beauty and notSjiake its acquaintance in a serious way. waj.sloane ESTABLISHED OVER 76 YEARS ENGLISH WIDE CARPETS In Beautiful Plain Colors The Floor Covering of solid color has become a very important factor in the furnish ing of modern homes. It is an appropriate foundation for decora tive schemes in which the furniture, hangings and objects ot art are varied and interesting? setting off these appointments to the greatest advantage and providing the necessary element of rest. ? Among the best of such Floor Coverings are the English Wide Carpets, of which we control several of the finest weaves. These Carpets come in a wide range of beautiful Plain (Colors, in unusual widths up to 15 feet. This seamless feature often permits the caifeting of an entire room without a single seam. 1508 H Street N. VV. Telephone 'Main 925 WON FAVOR ""H ROUGH 7ht Aumthtz/a Every gn>- an/^ cer every where sells Ke&ogg's every day. -tXe &\jLaJl?<LAtA in, wu'MorU -AsOrruLA. 7n<ru, id -tcdirt. tcrelay, ' * -tAXSV IT'S CLEAN, SWEEP, WASH?THE LIVELONG DAY 1 When you feel worn out, "tired to death'' with the household duties?cooking, scrubbing, cleaning, dust ing?(it ail comes in the day's work in the house hold)?turn to the right remedy to strengthen you. The poor woman whose back feels as though it would break, who feels dizzy, whose head aches, or black specks appear before eyes, ail due to troubles essentially femi nine. The greatest boon to womankind is a temper ance tonic made up of herbs, which makes weak women strong and sick women well. This is the "Prescription" of Dr. Pierce, used by him in active practice many years, and now sold by almost every druggist in the land in tablet or liquid form. It has had a half century of practical demonstration and successful results in most of the delicate derangements and weaknesses of women. If she's overworked, nervous, or "run-down," she finds new life and strength. It's a powerful, invigorating herbal tonic and nervine. For young girls just entering womanhood; for women at the critical time of life; in pains, inflammation and kindred ailments the "Favorite Prescription" has been favorably known for .50 ?ears ?ingredients on wrapper. The "Prescription" is sold in tablet form lor sixty cents. Send ten cents to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo. N. Y., for large trial package and write for free confidential medical advice if there is need. HAPPEN 1NGS IN SOCIETY Vice President and Mrs. Marshall Give Dinner for Prince of Wales Tonight?Joseph E. Willard, Ambassador to Spain, Entertains THK dinner which the Vice Presi dent and Mrs. Marshall, repre senting the President and Mrs. Wilson, will give tonight in honoi of the Prince of Wales, will round cut a full day for his royal highness. ? Despite the downpour of rain, the | prince was given a royal welcome to | the Capital. Immediately following j his arrival he entertained informally at luncheon, having as guests the members of his suite and the Amer ican officials who are attached to his s:aff. Perry Belmont, at whose resi dence. 1$18 New Hampshire avenue, the prince is occupying during his stay in Washington, was among the guests. A call at the White House followed this pleasant lutle function, and the prince devoted the vest of the after noon to receiving and returning calls. The dinner tonight will be given at the Belmont residence and will be of ficial in character. The guests, num mering about sixty, will include mem bora of the Cabinet and of Diplomatic Corps and other official Readers. Tomorrow night the Vice Presi dent and Mrs. Marshall wlll.be hosts at a brilliant reception at the Library ?>f Congress, at which the Congress of the United States, with the ladies of their families, and others in oftlcial life will have opportunity to meet his highness. Preceding the reception the prince will be entertained infor mally at dinner by the Secretary of State and Mrs. Lansing. They will have twenty-four guests, among them a number of persons -who have Eng lish connections. On Thursday even ing the British Ambassador, Viscount Orey, .will give a man's dinner at the embassy for the prince, and this will be followed by a small reception. Host at Dinner Party. Joseph E. Willard, American am bassador to Spain, was host at a din ner party last night at the Willard. Thomas P. Harrison, who is spend ing a short time-In Wjfchington, ?u ? lertained at dinner last night in honor of Director General and Mrs.' Walker Hines. W. G. HrA4t? Returns. William Gibbs McAdoo,,former Sec retary of the Treasury, who was a week-end guest at the White House, has returned to New York. On her daily motor ride yesterday Mrs. Wil son was accompanied by her mother and sister. Mrs. William H. Boiling and Miss Bertha Boiling, and Mrs. Cary T. Grayson. The Vice President and Mrs. Mar shall were the honor guests at a small dinner which Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh gave last night. Afterward the party attended the play. The other guests were MaJ. Gen and Mrs. George Bafnett, Mrs. John Allan Dougherty, Justice James Clark McReynolds. and Gen. Peyton C. March. The Chilean Ambassador and Senora de Mathleu entertained a small com pany of young people for dancing last evening In honor of their nieces, the Misses Gana. who are spending the winter with them. The Ambassador and Senora de Mathleu will formally present their nieces to society later In the season. The Belgian Ambassador and Baroness de Cartler will return today from New York. The minister of the Netherlands, .Jonkheer J. T. Cremer. who has re cently undergone a minor operation at the Emergency Hospital. Is pro gressing satisfactorily. He will be nnder treatment for the next two or three weeks. The Minister of the Serbs. Croats, and Slovenes and Mme. Oroultch moved today Into their new home. ?J148 Wyoimng avenue, which was until recently occupied by the former Secretary of Commerce and Mrs. Red Held. Lord and Lady Swaythling. who have b"en guests of Dr. and Mme. Grouitch, are now In New York, after having made a brief visit to their son. the Hon. Ewan Montagu. In Boston. They will sail for England on November 29. and with Dr. and Mme. Grouitch ????ill spend the coming week-end on Long Island as guests of Dr. and Mrs. Preston Pope Satterwhite. Miss Betty Grove entertained a group of debutantes at luncheon to day in honor of Miss Lucy Lord, of Chicago, and her guests included Miss Nancy Lane. Miss Mareia Chapin. Miss Feggy Martin, Miss Anna ? Jordon, Miss Celeste Crosby. Miss Beta Adams, Miss Helen McLana <han. Miss Delphine Heyl, Miss Helen Tucker. Miss Corinth Traey, Miss Frances Hampson, and Miss l:uth Donaldson. Mrs. Waddy Butler Wood and h*r i debutante daughter. Miss Lindsay Wood, have gone to New Tork for a short stay, and arc at the Waldorf. Miss Marcia Chapin and Miss Peggy Martin are among those going to Annapolis this week-end for the hop at the Naval Academy. Miss Betty Grove will spend next week-end at the University of Vir ginia. where she will attend the hop. Canfort-MrFiddrii Wedding. The marriage of Lieut. Comdr. A Splendid Hair Grower and Wonderful Beautifier Here's good nrws for men and! women whose hair is falling out. and have scalps covered with dandruff that itch like mail. People's Drug Stores or any good druggist can now supply you with ?he genuine Parisian sate fllquld form), which is guaranteed to qu<ck ly. surely and safely abolish every sign of dandruff, stop itching scalp and falling hair and promote a new growth or money refunded. Thousands can testify to the excel lent results from its use; some who feared becoming hairless now jrlory In their abundant, hair, while others who suffered for years with dan druff and Itching head Rot a clean, cool scalp after Just a few days' iso -if this simple hom* treatment \'n matter whether bothered with fallin" hair, frrav hair, matted, ?tfringy hair, dandruff or itching <*i-aln try Parisian, sage?you will not be disappointed. It's a scientific preparation that supplies hair needv The first application should make vour hair and scalp look and feel 100 per cent better. If you want beau tlful, lustrous hair and lots of ft. br nil means use Parisian *ajr?v Don't lelay?begin tonight. A little at ???ntion now h'lps Insure abundant '???lr for years to come. LADY SWAYTHLING, Who, with Lord Swaythling, was the guest of the Minister of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes and Mme. Grouitch, has gone to New York. Rowland Marcy Comfort, U. S. N., naval aide at the White House, anJ Mlsa Helen Bdson McFadden. of Geneva. Switzerland, will be solemn ised today at 5 o'clock in the pariah hall of St. John's Church, the rector, the Rev. Dr. Rowland Cotton Smith, officiating. Lieut. Comdr. Urey C Conway, U. S. N., will be best man. The wedding will be entirely sim ple, with only a small company of relatives in attendance. The bride's mother, Mrs. S. H. McFadden. of Geneva. will be present. Mrs. Albert S. Burleson, president of the Washington Center of Drama League of "America, will entertain its members at a tea on Thursday after noon at 4:30 o'clock. Miss Ignore Ulric.'who is appearing at the Belasco this week In "The Son Daughter." has been invited to at tend. I Italian Savoy at Will art. * Baron Mayor des Planches, who is one of the Italian delegates to the ? International Labor Conference, is at j the Willard for several weeks. He was for many years Italian ambassa dor to the United States and for some time dean of the Diplomatic Corps. Dr. Bojidir Pouriteh, secretary of j the legation of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes, will leave Washington to- j day for Russia, going via San Fran- : cisco and Japan. The Secretary of the Bulgarian Le- | gation and Mrs. George Poulleff have | as their guest the mother of the ! latter, Mrs Frank Samuels, of Phila- ! delphia. ?- i Mrs. Breckinridge Long. wife of the Third Assistant Secretary of State, is conflncd to her home by illness. Miss Marion Drain, debutant? daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Drain, will entertain at luncheon on Thursday, November 20, in compli ment to Miss Elsie iutcliffe, of l.ind say. Canada, who will be her guests for a few weeks. The guests will be debutantes of this season. Mr. and Mrs. Drain will present their daughter to society on Decem ber 7 instead of on December 4, as originally planned. They will give a tea for her, followed by an informal | dance for young people. Vhlfcd 1 ork. Mrs. Victor Kaufr'mann, who has | been visiting in New V'ork and Prince ton, N. J., will return to town today. Mrs. James F. Barbour will go to Philadelphia today ?o spend the re mainder of the w'-ek with her son-in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis Mayer, at their home at Ardmore, near Philadelphia. Mrs. Walter Tuckerman will be hostess at the meeting of tl*- Women's Club, of Bethesoa, which will be hehl at her residence in Edgemoor this nfternoon. Mrne. Grouitch, wife of the minister of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes, will make an address. Mrs. Sarah Hall Johnston, widow of Judge Sanders Johnston, U. S. A., cap lain in the Mexican war. will be at home this afternoon at the Haven, her home, at 3101 Mt. Pleasant street, in celebration of Armistice Day. Open* W inter linmr. Mrs. E. H. G. Slater, who spent the summer in Newport, has opened her home in Eighteenth street for the win For Superfluous Hair ?? DEI. ATONE j The Leading Seller for 10 Yeai* QUICK SURE-SAFE-RELIABLE Use Fresh as Wanted Aak Toar Dealer ? Be Know* THE EAGLE AMERICAN-CHINESE 316 Ninth St. N. W. Ritinru l.nneh 45c. 11 to 2 Daily Special Dinner, S to 8 P. M. tuadn; Dinner, 11 A. M. <n 8 P. M. Trlrtkuni Kraal.tin 7712 ter, Hiss Helen Crocker, of Burlin garae, Cal., is her guest. Mrs. Benjamin H. Warder has re turned to Washington after a brief ?i?lt in New York* . Mrs. Thomas T. Gaff spent yester day at Rectortown, Va., with he^, daughter. Mrs. Cary Langhorne. Mr. and Mrs. Gaff are now at their Wash ington residence after havinc passed the summer at Osterville, Mass. On their way home they stayed for a time in New York. Arthur Lee had a small company dining with him at the Cafe St. Marks last evening. Mrs. Clarke Waggamar has leased her house at 2840 Woodland drive, to Mr. and Mrs. F. L?. Belin, of New York, who will take possession today. Mrs. ,Waggaman's plans are unsettled, but she expects to go to Atlantic City shortly. Mrs. L. W. Nelson, of Philadelphia, is visiting Mrs. Blaine Elkins. Mrs. Elkins has Just moved ? to 1302 Eighteenth street, where sha has an apartment for the winter. Miss Sara Latimer, who came to Washington for the wedding'of Miss Mary Archer Glass and John Guerrant Boaright, is the guest for a short time of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Patten. Miss Latti mer will accompany her sister to New ?iork for a visit of a week or ten days before returning to her home in South Carolina, but will return to Washington later in the season t? be with Mrs. Patten. Miss Latimer spent some time this summer as the guest of Miss Helen Blodgett at their sum mer place in Mackinac Island. To AildrrM Prnwomrn. The League of American Penwomen will have as its guests of honor this week at its regular Friday afternoon tea, which takes place at the club house, 1722 H street northwest, Com missioner of the C'zecho-Slovak Re public and Mrs. Pergler and the Czecho-Slovak delegation to the Inter national Labor Conference. Commis sioner and Mrs. Pergler have just re 1 turned from Prague and will leave shortly for Japan, as Mr. Pergler has been appointed minister to Japan from the Cuecho Slovak republic. Commis sioner Pergler will address the Pen j women on "Present Conditions in the Czecho-Slovak Republic," and will in troduce the nine delegates from fzecho-Slovakia who are here for the Labor Conference. Mrs. Isaac Pear son, president, will welcome them In the name of the league. Mr. and Mrs. David Huyler Lyon an nounce the marriage of their daugh ter, Miss Marie Lyon, to Horace [ Wheeler Bowles on Wednesday, Xo ! vember R. in Elliott City. Md. Will Winter In Capital. Col. and Mrs. Frank Merrill Caifi weil and Miss Dorothy Caldwell avi spending the winter in Washington, and are staying at Stoneleigh Court. The Anthony League will b'gin its weekly at homes tomorrow afternoon at 3:.'V> o'clock at the headquarter.-'. U007 Columbia road. The program under direction of the "Home Servitc committee of the Rod Cross." M Walter S. Uft'ord will speak on "Tlv j Need of a <~"olony For the Feeo'e (.Minded in the District of Columbia." land a musical program of unusual m terest is being arranjred by Mri'. Wayne B. Wheeler, Mrs. Anna K. Ilendley will preside. All are wel come. Capt. J. G. McCoy will be host at a dinner tonight at the Cafe St. Mark*. llrlilRf Tea. Anions those who have reserved tables for the bridge tea to be Riven by Dixie Chapter. I'nited Daught -r# of the Confederacy, nt Ward man Pa l< Inn on Tuesday. November IS, are Miss Nannie Randolph Heth. Mrs. tSeorge Covington. Mrs. Wallace care. Mrs. James E. Muleare, Mrs. J. F. Klseler. Mrs. K. 12. McCiillagh. Mrs. A. Werber, Mrs. Pai." L. Joachim. Mrs. Goodwin D. Ellsworth Mrs. Oeorcr?' K. Denmark. Mrs. Rate? Warren. Mrs. J. F. Tomlinson. Mrs. D. E. Wlnstead. Mrs. Frank Birthright, Mr;'. Victor 11 Olmsted, Mrs. Margaret Daniel. Mrs I rjenrpc Ca-ner, Miss Pulh Carl , \Tr ? I J. II Bell, Mrs. A H. Mitchell, Mr?. Gertrude A. RuthraufT. Mrs. J. F. lit tle, Mrs. A. Werber. Miss Louis Lim erick, Mrs. George King. Mrs. S. B., Milton, and Mrs. William Ward ?Scott. Playing- will start at 2 o'clock and tea will be served at 0. At the foftnightl.v soiree of the j Freflch Club of the Washington salon t at lis headquarters in the McLean building, 1017 H street. Thursday everving, Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussev. founder of the Washington College of Law and Felix Mahony, director ot the National School of Fine and Ap plied Art will be the guests of honor. Mrs. Mussey will speak on "Oppor tunities for Women," and Mr. Ma hony will give a talk on "The' Culti vation of An Art Sense." A short business meeting will precede the -r tertainment program, which will al-o include music, refreshments ami dancing Quirt Wfddisjt. The Lincoln Road Methodist Epis copal Church was the scene of a qu't-t wedding at noon on Saturday, wh.-n Miss Marion Ritchie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas Ritchie, be came the bride of George Merritt MacWhorter. The ceremony was per formed by the Rev. C. C. McLean. The church was attractively deco rated with pink and white chrysan themums. autumn leaves, and palms. The bride, who wore a smart nut; jf navy trieotine. with beaver furs md a small hat of black pan velvet, ?arrled Bride's roses and malden-ha'r tern. . The maid of honor. Miss Mary Trigg, was gowned In dark blue chafe-; meuse, with a picture hat of blaek velvet and carried an armfull of radi ance roses. Albert J. Phillips acted as best ms*i and C. Elmer Murray and Leo Ro"c x as ushers. Immediately following fhe cere mony, Mr. and Mrs. MacWhorter left for a trip North. Upon their return they will be at home at the Caven dish, 1624 Columbia road. POTTSVILLE, Pa., Nov. 11.?A vig orous protest has been filed with th? State Department at Washington by members of the A. E. F. Club of this city, composed of veterans wno served in France during the Wor'1 -War. against the action of the Greek government in impressiong Louu Anast, a local boy, in ^he Greek army. Anest served with Company L). 110th Regiment, In France, and while in the army took out his if ^ensh'p papers. With the end of 01 < till tics, and after he had been dis' nargd, t.c returned to Greece to visit his fam ily. During his visit he was inducteJ into the Greek army. Unsightly Hair De^Iliraefe DeMlrarle, tk* arlginl ?amttary ll?ai< la traly a rcvelattea la ?*4?n Hlnw, It la J*?t as rflnrlMa for mwrlaf Mam, bristly crtwtks ?( It b far *r4l aary mn, Oaly (Fiaia* DrMlfads has a ?mtr-kaek parutM ta package. At t slier r ?nt? Me, 91 as! 93 dm, or ky from as la plate mapyai ? frtpt of prira. FREF wit* teatiasoal kifkMt aathorlttcs plains what esun hair oa arrk arms, why It Ian aad how DeMlraelc devttallaaa ?tailed la plat a sealed ?av?lo? r?*i?t. D?11r?rl?. Park Arc. tWth St, Itsi ~ " Hair that Everyone Admire? Hair responds marveloutly ?o care and attention. Q-ban Hair Tonic will help growth?absorb dandruff in one application?eliminate it in eight or ten. Stops all itching of the scalp ? nourishes and preserves the hair and prevents i? from failing out For sale at all drug stores and wher ever toilet goods are sold. Hessig-Ellis Chemists Memphis Tenn. Hair Tonic DRV CLEAN ALL F FOB FEW CENTS Any woman can clean and renew waists. dr<s.?es, suits, coats, gloves, ribbons, furs, slipper.". KhftWll, belt*, ties, vl-ils, mi n's clothes, lace cut tains, woolens. rugs, draperies? everything that would be ruined by ?~oap and water. Place a gallon or more of gasoline in a.dishpan or wash boiler, put in tho things to be dry cleaned, then wash them with Solvite soup. Short lv everything entries out looking like new. Nothing fade?, shrinks or wrin kl<-s. No pressing needec! Do not attempt to dry cleat: uitlvut Solvite Soap. This gat^oMne soap is the se ??ret of all dry rican'.ir. A packTpe of Solvite rr*p con taining directions for hon,? dry -leaning ?'.osts little at any drijj;-. -roeery or department st^n Pr\ ? Icnn outdoors O' away from flame ?.t5am>i5oT>$Co. "THE BUSY CORNER* PENNA./VLAT 8 TH.S*j Be Sure You See the Mack Sennctt Bathing Beauties Second Floor, between the hours of 11 a.m. and 12 *30 p.m. ?These beautiful girt* are posing as model* to show the new units, dresses, roats, furs, blouses, mil linery, etc. The young ladies are: Mis* Btllie Frieker, Miw Anita Garvin. Mini Asa Hughes. Miss Mathile I^awrejicr. Miss Rom lyorraino. Miss Florence Redmond. Miss Adrieae Wallr. ?These young ladies also appear it) person at the STRAND THEATER in connection with "YANKEE DOODLE IN BERLIN" ?They will be here the rest of the week, do not fail to see them. This Mild Late Fail Weather Has Made Suits Popular ?As we have not yet had any ex tremely cold weather the tailored suit has had a chance to shine out in all its glory, and with the addition of a pretty fur piece they are sufficiently warm for any but the coldest weather. * ?Among the new models that have arrived lately are new sport suits of jersey cloth, also high waist effects of the same material. Others are beffed models in velour checks and silvertones. All the wanted fall colors are here to select from. Sizes range from those for misses of \ 6 years to those for women of 44 in. bust. COQ 7C Choice at.v / J ?Plain tailored models, and brail, bound suits of fine tricotine and Porret twills, in navy and black, also handsome fur trimmed silvertones in all colors. Sires for girls of 16 years up to those for women of 46-inch bust, CiO 7C 11 Kami's?Second Floor. ??####?##????#?##??##?????#??? ???????????? ????, "Congoleum" Art Carpet Squares ?TOe, Matting, Carpet and Wood De signs?Made in one piece and without ^7 F~ borders. Sizes 9x12 ft., 9x10y2 ft, n J J 1 and 9x9 feet. Values to $13.45? 4^ # ? # W Choice Wednesday .. / I?Stair and Ban Carpet; 24-ta. ?"Congoleum" Art Rags, sise Bordered "Congoleum.'' green 3x9 ft Regularly QQ ar brown centers, with boff $3.95. Spec. Wednesday *1 ^ bonter* 44C ?$1.95 Fine Inlaid Linoleums, ten bright cheerful designs, cnt from full rolls; mosaic, wood, plain brown and conven- frl OQ tional effects. Wednesday, a square yard 0 1?0?/ Kanil's?Third ?Floor. I 1 Double Bed Size Part Wool Plaid Blankets $10 0? 9^ Values at . . . . ? This is one of the ways in which we are heipiag to i bring down the high cost of living, b\ ofiering such an* opportunity as this tomorrow to secure warm comfortable j Blankets like these at so low a price. ?They are beautiful plaid patterns in good colors, made) from excellent quality materials; soft finished, well-made ? and oound with silk mohair binding. -PART WOOL P.LANKETS,' ?COTTON" riLIJSD COM- * * % , % [ % i< * * % * * I i I % * with fine soft finish, double bed FORTS, covered with s.lkoine , size; white and gray, and cretonne: some finished > 'oloreti borders, also attractive! , J plaid effects, in good *7 FA w,th A,dc bordcr? ^ \ jolor.v Special at... <>? ?JV (signs arc ligurcd, all-over pat-j ?PLAIO BLANKETS of cot-: terns. in light and dark colors, 5 ton, in larpe block and broken an(j comfort.- arc in a food ^ plaid patterns. In all good ^ M ^ . | colors, also wh;te and tarn with * colored borders, neatly bound. 172*80 inches. Lcc. Special, a CA value, tomorrow ct. pair Ka. Street Tio^r