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SCOTTS EMULSION an easily assimilated tonic nutrient supplies the body ?nth those elements that contribute to strength. Free from alcohol or any other harmful element, Scott's builds strength by nourishment. SooueSomee.Sio-___?,*,?, UHM _HAPPENINGS IN SOCIETY_ New Italian Ambassador Expected?Miss Anne Gordon Makes Debut?Reception and Dance For Miss Myra Morgan ' PRINCE ALLIATA DI MONT REALE E DI VrLLAFRANCA, charge d'affaires of Italy. iai gone to New York to meet the new Italian ambassador, Baron Avez zano, who is due to arrive today. The ambassador Is acco npanled by Baroness Avexzano. an American wo man, and their daughter, a charming girl of eighteen, who will be a very harming addition to the little group of young girls of the diplomatic corps. It is expected that the am bassador and his family will come at ?nee to Washington. Prince Casimir Lubomlrskl, th? Polish minister, entertained at lunch eon at the New Willard today for the Poliah delegates to the Interna tional Labor Conference. George Rousas, the minister of ireece, was the guest of honor yester iay at a luncheon given by Thomas V. Lament, of J. P. Morgan <*t Co- tn >'ew York. Ambassador Rouasos sub equently invested his host, together vlth A. Barton Hepburn, Charles R. Vliller. Frank A. Munaey and William .-"ellows Morgan, with the inisignla of ?Inight Commander of the Hellenic ?rder of George, recently conferred pon them by King Alexander on the omination of Eleutherlous Venizelos, he Prime Minister. Andrea Geisser Celesta dl Vegliasco. third secretary of the Italian embassy. Is In New York and is staying at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Mr. Celesia's mar riage to Miss Margaret Erhart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Erhart, will take place in New York on Saturday, December ?. Roaaaaala Diplomat Rrt-rni. After an absence of several months In Europe on a mission for the Rou manian government. Major Liviua Tieusanu has returned to this country to resume his duties as military at tache of the Roumanian legation. Ma jor and Mme. Tieuaanu arrived In Washington yesterday and will be at the Shoreham until tomorrow, when they will go to Philadelphia, They will spend ten days or a fortnight visiting in Philadelphia and New York and will then come back to New Importations of Japanese and Oriental Goods of Every Description Are arriving, daily, including Art and China Ware, Silk Kimonos, Boudoir Slippers, Bronzes, Art Novelties, Per fumes, etc. We have the largest display in th? city. Moderate Prices Free t? Yoe Free fcuvenirs xsSiile they last, of the carved Jade Lucky Monkey to all vis itors io our Beautiful Bazaar. Oriental Bazaar 1205 Pa. Ave. N. W. I Washlrgton to hunt a suitable rea! dence for the winter. Mrs. James McDonald haa gone to New York, accompanied by Misa Mil dred Bromwell, a,-d is staying at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel. She will return to Washington for Thanksgiving and on Friday she and Mrs. Charles S. Bromwell will start for Chicago to make a brief visit. Miss Bromwell will spend Thanks giving at Foxcroft, near Middleburg, Va_ and will remain over the week end. Brlillaat Reeeptlon tor Bad. Maj Gen. George Barnett, com mandant o? the marine corps, and Mrs n&rnett will give a brilliant reception this afternoon at the Marine Barracks to present her daughter. Miss Anne Hamilton Gordon, to society. The -rvests to whom this charming bud will be presented will number teveral hundred and will Include diplomata, officials, resident society folk and a goodly number of ranking officers of the army, navy, and marine corps, with the ladles of their famlllea. The reception will be held tn the bund room of the barracks, where the rud's sister, Miss Leila Gordon, mad? het debut last winter.. Tall fir trees, a-rleam with wee colored lights lint the walls, the celling is veiled in rmilax, through which more colored !ghts twinkle, and one end of the room, which will be reserved for tnose who care to dance, has been transformed into a miniature garden hf-ged about with firs and entered by a char ninsr wicket gate. The marine band will play. The debutant?? and her mother will receive near the doorway, and back of them is a great screen upon which are arranged the quantities of flow ers sent the popular debutante. Mrs. J. M. Harbord, wife of Major General Harbord. will receive with Mrs. Bar nett durine the afterno<-?n and so will the hostess' mother. Mrs. Montague Mrs. Barnett will wear a handsome gown of champagne colored satin merveilleuse, trimmed with ropes of pearls: and the. debutante's gown Is of white and silver brocade made on medeival lines, with floating skirt draperies of tulle and a girdle of French flowers. She will carry an armful of flowers. Miss Leila Gor don, who wil lalao be In line for part of the afternoon, will wear a smart frock of chanageable taffeta in tone? of leaf green and dragonfly blue. Mra. DaaJeU To Pour Tea. Mrs. Josephus Daniels. Mrs. Albert Nlblack. and Mrs. D. Buchanan Berry man, cousin of the hostess, will pre side at the tea table, and Mrs. Bar nett will also be aaslsted by het sisters, Mrs. Charlea Phillips Hill and Mrs. Henry Muatin; her cousin. Mrs. Clifford Caperton, of Richmond, and Mrs. Gilchrlst, of Wilmington. Following the reception there will be an Informal supper party and dance for the girls of the receiving party and their cavaliere. In this group of girls are the debutantes of this year and the members of the house party General and Mrs. Bar nett are entertaining?Miss Elizabeth Gordon and Miss Anne Huntley Gor don, of Baltimore; Miss Eleanor Van ?iergrlft. of Wilmington; Miss Doro thy Savage, of Baltimore; Miss Jane Marvel, of Wilmington, and Misa Lucia r"ha?e, of Waterbury. Conn. Among the debutantes assisting wtli be Miss Helen McLanahan, Mis* Frances Hampson, Miss Betty Grove. Miss Leita Adams, Miss Celeste Cros by. Miss Anne Dulany, Miss Helen Tucker. Miss Lfndsay Wood, Miss Peggy Martin and Miss Marcia Chapin. Last evening General and Mrs. Bar nett entertained at dinner for their house guests, the party afterward at tending the performance at the Be lasco Theater and going on to the Cafe St. Marks to dance. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Martin and their daughter. Miss Peggy Martin, ' who are now at Somerset House, will l An Open Letter To Commissioners Brownlow. Gardiner, and Kutz I er Oettm? t-e?p w a?-? ?Jemm-teeem- far -_e ava-? apata, ala S3?em?etei If you're going to wear your dothes as long a time as you should, they will get shiny, and you will look shabby. The only way to keep that from hap pening and to wear those clothes you are bound to have hanging in the closet is to get the Shine-Off habit Warm water, a sponge and a cake of Shine-Off?with a little effort?w 11 do the work. Shine-Off takes off "shine" by scientifically producing a new nap. Removes S?rch, Grease and Oil Spots, Fruit and Perspiration Stains. Shine-Off is for sale by Druggists, Grocers Department Stores and other retailers. Buy from your dealer. If he has not as yet stocked it, send 25c and your dealer's name and we will see that you are supplied. Shine-Off should be in every home, office and traveling bag. Utility Products Company 1726 Lytton Bld-g-, Chicago MISS AIO?E tiAMiLiiviv GORDON, daughter of Mrs. George" Barnett, who will make her formal debut this aft<-*rnoon. ?pend the winter at the Lafayette lotel. and will take possession of heir apartment there on December 1. Or. and Mrs. Martin will ?rive a tea it the Washington Club on the after noon of December 24 to present their laughter to society and the reception .vili be followed by a dinner party for young people. Miss Oly-t? Graef. who is In New Vork for a few days, ts staying with Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Millett. Miss Myra Morgan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William Oerry Morgan, made her debut last evening at a re ception given by Dr. and Mrs. Mor gan at the Lafayette Hotel. After the reception the company danced until the small hours of the morning. The ball room walls were sprayed with Southern smilax and studded with white chrysanthemums and roses, and the dining room was decorated with smilax and Killarney roses. The buffet supper was served from three large tables In the din ing room, each one ornamented with mounds of Killarney roses and pink capped candles. Mrs. Morgan and her daughter were assisted by their house guest. Miss Nancy Stair, of Detroit, who arrived on Sunday to be their guest, and Miss Betsy Ross and Miss Virginia Mc Kenney. Mrs. Morgan was charm ing in a gown of black sequins, the only color being an American beauty rose at her belt and an ostrich feather fan of the same color. The bud was In a gown of forget-me-not blue soft silk, which changed into a faint rose tint. It was embroidered in silver and brilliants in a flower design and she wore a corsage bouquet of or chids. Nancy Reyaolda We_ The marriage of Miss Nancy Rey nolds, daughter of Mra. Isabelle Hillyer Reynolds, and Michael John Torllnskl, which took place yester day afternoon at the home of the bride's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Massey, waa fol lowed by an Informal reception. The drawing room, where the cere mony took place, was decorated In palms and ferns and white chrysan themums, and the bridal couple stood before a background of ferns. Father P. C. Gavin officiated, and only a ?mall company of friends and rela tives were present. The bride, who was given In mar riage by her brother-in-law, Mr. Mas sey. wore a handsome gown of sapphire blue velvet made on simple lines with dr-perles forming panniers at the hips. She wore a large picture hat of black tulle, and her corsage bouquet was pink sweet peas and j maiden-hair fern. Mrs. Massey, who ' was her sister's matron of honor, ; wore black satin, the bodice being I fashioned of black and satin, and she | wore a corsage bouquet of Richmond roses. Mrs. Reynolds, mother of the bride, wore a becoming gown of taupe satin. Earl Carbaugh. baritone, sang sev eral solos preceding the ceremony I and during the reception, and Miss Edith M. Chase played the wedding march. Mr. and Mrs. Torllnskl left during the reception for their wedding trip, and will go later to Wilkesbarre. Pa., the home of the bridegroom, to make their home. Te Attead Arary G?nse. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Frank T. Hines and their daughter. Miss Vleva Hines. will leave town on Friday for New York to attend the Army and Navy game. Mr. and Mrs. Laclen Edward Robey, ef 205 Maryland avenue, northeast, have announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Adele Robey to Maurice Fitzgerald, of Roanoke. Vs., on Thursday. November 20. The cere- ] mony was quiet and was performed by the Rev. Father John Curran, of St Peter's Church, Harper's Ferry, W. Va., a cousin of the groom. ' Immediately afterward the young couple left on a southern trip, the bride traveling in a suit of dark blue polret twill trimmed with mole fur with hat to match. Miss Ble*Uctt'a Debet. Mrs. Delos A. Blodgett will present her younger daughter, Miss Mona Blodgett, to society next month ax * tea dance and will later give a dance, the date not yet announced. SanJI Muto, delegate from Japan to the International Labor Conference, entertained a company at dinner last night and had for his guests the en tire foreign delegation. W. Munthe de Morgenstlerne was host at dinner last evening, having For Superfluous Hair V~ DILATONI Tbe Lmm&a* SeU? for 10 Ysara QUKX- SURE- SAFE - UFI IAJB.K U*e Presh as Warned Aefc Toar Desler ? He Kaewe 1 THE EAGLE AMERICAN-CHINESE RESTAURANT 316 Ninth St N. W. Baalnesa Lunch 45c, 11 to 2 Deity Sperisi Dinner. S to 8 P. M. laida? Dinner, 11 ?. ?. lo fi ?, ? _Tclcpbonc Franklin T713 13% on Savings Deposits U. S. SAVINGS BANK 14th ?nd Yoa ?Streets WADE a COOPER, Pros. "window shades FOR SAMPLES AM) BIDS CALL NORTH 7436 OR COLUMBIA 338 DO NOT HESITATE. I LAND A JOT* WITH PLEASURE! AND LOOSE WITH GRACE W. H. SPEJ^HOUSE, 1404 Monrn? ?*t N. W CENTER MARKET Thanksgiving Week, 1919 The Great Market Center Open for Thanksgiving Market as Follows: Tuesday, November 25, Open from 6 a. m. to 5 p. m. , Wednesday, November 26, Open from 6 a. m. to 9 p. m. Thursday, Thanksgiving Open from 6 a. m. to i 1 a. m. amone nia a**u?ta members of tha Norwegian legation staff. Mrs. Hunt Slater, who has been visiting Mrs. Edmund Pendleton at Stonelelgh Court, haa returned to her home in New York Providence Hospital will give Us annual silver shower and tea for the benefit of the Institution today from - to ? o'clock. Tha re ceiving line will include Mra. J. C. Walker, Mrs. Rlsdale, Mrs. R T. Holden. Mrs. John Foote. Mrs. M. F. Tlghe, Miss Ewlng, Mra. Costigan, and Mrs. Marbury. Serving at the tea table will be Mrs. Hannls Taylor and Mra. D. K. Shute. The Washington Hotel orchestra will furniah music for the afternoon. j A ball will be given on Monday ?evening, December 2D. at Wardman Park Inn for the benefit of the police , fund, which is used to care for the ; widows and orphans of members of the Metropolitan Police. This is % phllanthropy which should have Us appeal to citizens of every claaa and Interest In the entertainment Is the stronger from the fact that It U tho first of Its kind within the memory of the oldest inhabitant- Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh haa guaranteed the expenses for the ball and every dollar of tbe proceeds will go to swell the fund. A great many prominent women are Interesting themselves In the succe-s of the entertainment, which prom ises to be one of the most brilliant balls of the year. sire. Baraett <? ??<-er-tat*. Maj. Gen. and Mrs. George Barnett Rear Admiral and Miss Albert Nib- j lack and Mrs. Henry F. Dimock will | ill entertain at dinner Thursdav ? evening before the Thanksgiving ball given that evening under the auspices of the Navy Relief Society at the New Willard Hotel. The Secretary of War and Mrs. Newton Baker will entertain a box party, and will have General Persh Ing among their guests. Some of those who have recently taken boxes for the ball are Mrs. Emory Wlnshlp. Capt. and Mrs. Charlea McVay and Mrs. Richardson Clover, who will place her box at the disposal of some of the wounded soldiers at Walter Reed Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Prank W. Brooks, Jr? of Detroit, are sojourning In New Tork. Before returning home, they will come to Washington for a -rislt with Mrs. Brooks' parents. Senator and Mra. Truman H. Nawberry. I Hair Under Arms De^Iliracfe traeo a? u? piata St? New T? EDUCATIONAL STORY-TELLING Day and S-inday achool teacher*. T-eaday evening 8-10 p. m.. Tie per hoar' mothen and children, Thursday evening 7-1 p. m , 60c per hour; Mrs Eatelle Howe? Smith. Columbia University and Library School training In story tellina. ISO? Eye at. ? } W.. apt. 1, second floor. Phone Franklin ' 1621-J for appointment, after 4:1* p. m. ? __o.t-l?t R. OF C. KVTBSTSQ SCHOO? Co-Educational and Non-Sectartan?Excep tional Couraea of Study. Modern Tuition ; Fees Ex-aervlce Men Without Coat. For ! Proapectua Write 1226 Vermont Ave ?. W ? _nov26-30t Commercial Law Simplified. Ton need thla book, aa It co-era th* law applicable to commercial tranaactlona ir ?n authoritative. Interesting and simplified way. C. P. A. questiona and ?nartri asked? 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IV E. cor. 12th and F ata. ?* W Phone Friok. 20ICV_ *yl8-tf Colonel Berry's Challenge, The Book Againet Prehlbltlon that i? itartling the world. It la written to destroy hvpocriay on the liquor queatlon. and It? object ia to defend liberty of thought and action. Price. $1.36. Ai an Introduction to our book bargain- thla ad. will be accepted as $1.00 as payment on this book. FRIEND'8 BOOK STORE, 60? 10th at. ? W_?* NATIONAL SCHOOL FINE AND APPLIED ART Felix Mahony. IMS Pa. ave. ?. ??? Interl<-r Dekoration. Coaturc', Textile. Prater Violin & Mandolin Instructor JOSEF ROSN'ER. Tie Itt st. N. R Lincoln etSthW, _ oc$0-J0t* LAKE SCHOOL ntr-rila-ire-l AN? T?rK*?WTI"-iO Beat Coureaa?Individual ia'tr*cti?.\ lll-li So-tSers Bldg Phon? -??'a "1? SPANISH K3S?? Trois lr?5 ISa-i?nver-ailonal ?.????* Rapid Prograaa Home Ute Bldg M ??*? ST?W?RDl ?AA-UlMarOlS'S _____ I.NU Bl'SIKI-M COLLRG? _ i ata a?? ? et?, i? w- ??? _?_?*?____ Tally accredited fcy tha Standard *****-* aaas Collana of Ameri??." Write erpUeao ( & ?5atp) ?ot)S Co, *!?? BUSY CORNER* KHHrKkVLAT 8 Tt-t?TO ar? Ope 9:15 A, At ?om ?<00 P. M. *?++*? + **+??*???????fffffff4f????*??*F9?ffffff? ***** Confections of Many Kinds For the Thanksgiving Feast ?A delightful addition to-tljc. big turkev dinner or for the dainty refreshments served at the evening functions on Thanksgiving Day. --Glace cherri?. a pound, Hoe ?Glace plrrearpte, a pound. $1.-00. !*f*?V ^W X n- ?? ?J ??Presh salted peanuts, whole "size, a pound, 59c. ?Sailed nuts, assorted kinds, special, a pound, $1.00. ?Crystalized ginger, a pound, $100 ?Stick candy, all flavors, also the popular twist amdv a pound, 69c. ?Kann's Kapital Kandy, our, famous assot1m?nt?choc olates and bon-bons, made in tmr own factory s pound, 7.5c. *' ?After-dinner mints, a pound, ?50c. ?Filled confections, equal to the imported kinds, *a pound, 80c. Dorothy Wynnewood Chocolates Our WeJJ-Kj>ow? 6-Pocnd ChmtmM Boi ?of AMorted Cbocokfer? ?We were afraid we might not be able to get these in time tor Thanksgiving Day, but here thev are. and it is well to purchase a box now, whether vou want them to use on Thursday next or for the Christmas feast. ?We cannot tell whether Ve ?SI be able to secure more when these are rone or not. A 5-pound box at $3.45. ?Assorted sugar hard and filled candy, including silver strings, butterscotch, peanut butter crisp, asslf-tetJT but tercups and crisp mint, a pound, 69c. Kann's?Street Floor. ? ?ffffffff? *F+**F#FF**FFFF?F*F + ??FFFFF0fff?fffff?f.ffffffffffFFF The Lut Call on Thatkarr?r F 1,000 Pairs of Pumps $5.95 One at the Beet Vai lles of the Season, a Pair. ?This pump is in both the one eydet and regulation style, also in this sale we have ?he popular Liberty pump. ?They are shown in patent ani Anil teafiers, and have turn soles and long vamps. Ail BraoT?yn-made pumps, and include samples and regular Unes. ?Even 1,000 pairs may be all too few for tomorrow's selling when they are offered at such _ price. Kann's?Fourth Floor. Km ssssssesase FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF+?FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF??ffF4000, Good Quality Hosiery at Moderate Prices ?Women's Mercerized lisle hose, seamless feet, double heels and toes, high spliced wide garter hem, r ? in black and white, a pair.-*>V^ ?Women's mercerized lisle? hose, regular made, with dou ble soles, hee's and toes, high jj spliced, with elastic garter tops. ?! in black, white, cordovan and 89c I " Pifirvg Rock, a pair ..... j ?Women's fiber and si?k-mix ed hose, seamless feet, double j heels and toes, with mock , seam in leg. and deep garterl%j hem, in black, smoke and C7"1" cordovan, a pair. $1.35 ?Women's lisle hose, seamless feet, high spliced heels, II wide garter tops, in gray, navy, cordovan, 7 Sf \\ suede, in extra large sizes, a pair.?^./ 3C Kann's?Street Floor . G <> '< I ? li ? <? New Gloves ? ?Of cour**, you will want a new pair to wear with your stunning outfit for Thanksgiv ing Day. ?Women's one-clasp pique sewn Kid Gloves, whit? with ??elf or heavy # black em broidery on backs; an excep tionally fine quality t?* | ?Q of kid. A pair.?#laU*7 ? Women's one-clasp pique sewn Kid Gloves, ?ned.urn weight, with spear potnt stitched backs, in white with self color or black d?0 ?? ? ! stitching. A pair. . ?ffffffff | Veiling and \ Maline ; For Thanksgiving VeQs \ . and Dane*? Sca**fi ? ?Complete your Thanktajn"?" \ ing outfit -with an attractive > veil, made from thei>e nea and | popular veilm??? $ ?French cb-rtiUle ?*i*?**rt?****l ?ml * mg, in black and ??1- **M G? ors, a yhjd .spl.*JV ? Black mesh ve-.Ung ?rith colorai chenille dotfc?mclud mf* Copenhagen Ulttt, burnt on-r.ge, and PA reddet*,* yd ?J^C ?Chiffon wide, in ?.peciaL, s j arc .....????? ?YARD WIDE MALINE, suitable for making evening -carfs, in wb.it*, Mai*V and *??*> wanted -evening sbs-d??*?, TC .? TO veiling, 24 colors and ?t?c ?n<*h? b.arit, 89c Kanr. s t K1o?j , . *a vani ? ' Kann's *-' * r? ? ; ?f"1r*or. ?