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AaTER. TRAIN - SERVICE Atlanti OYt Fiday and 'Sata AtlA atic Ciy&:4 ar car ParC and 9~w XSE&BY, Maft.t 28 it Train. Parlor Cars W smb leaves Atlatc qty 3w61. t nWa mbaeon var. 'iA* Tehet A for Wpeal Ramer 'Ame -4s S* 0E4 E~dt Wy to Reuise. (Beauty Culture) a r a ethod for removing hair frolm &rmA6 neck Or face that and 1a uite Inexpensive. V ScV1e Past int. borne Powder Od delatone and water and spread on bby surfac.. After 2 or, 3 minutes, rb t off ,Wash the' skin and every trac -of hair ha vanished. No sarm er eUosavenlence results from tjaa taatnb e e Modi 9 - , Ni T GRAY, BLAQK,- AND BRONSEDE With Louis French Heels and Walking Heels as smaH style and THE-NEW STRA FOR SPRI (Centiauud fem Pdge Night.)' Pinbot. who awe in town for a Mr. &Sad Mrs. UEL. ILothers &atd Mr. 'ad Mrm. . Richard Fuller. of Wash. WOgton, are saillag today for Cher tourC. Mr. and Mrs. Fuller will open hao to Paris ao Mr. and MrsJ 'Ot*M illbe at their apartment in tAe Rue de l'Universite through the mumr. Mr. BUothers expects t ad some time In ladol. SMrs. George Almy Percy and hot baby soN George Almy Percy, jr., have ADers3E3 Ruin. Ito. Hafr Girls--if you want Ofenty of thick. beautiful, gloy, silky hair, do by all means get rid of dandruff. for' it will starve you? hair and ritin it if you don't. It doesn't do much good to try, to &rush or wash it out. The only sure way to. get rid of dandruff to 'to.dis Atlve it, then you destroy. it entirely. 9 do this. xet about four ounces o$ ordinary liquid arvon; apply it ,at 'ilght when Oretiring,-.use enough to moisten the scalp ad' rub It ip gently wth the finger tips. I oa ot . not #11,. Of your dandruffrawil be ogonfe. &V three rwe four mo'e appli atone Will complte ITdissolve and entirely destroy every, inivle sign and trace of It, ou wil 11ind, too. that all Itching and digging of the scalp Will Stop. xnd your hair 'will Irlok and feel a hundred times better. You man get lqid arvon at any drug store. It is expesive and four ounres Is all yoU wI need. no matter hop' much adruff you have. This simple rem y never fail. m060A10sses L mom - i - Fravers 314 7th ST. N.W. Springtime Footwear sh Strap' Slip AND w Walking Oxo be Afost Favored Footweaj for Spring PR CED B a nicefy of detail and warl f~nemgtrials in their shoes Pefcts we are now.4howinl NG AND SUMME JEAN ELic Sived ffonl Boston for a month'p t 'to her mogler. Mrs. Armstea4 Mme. o*" Trleand-Gardner, oficer ot the Nenal Opera Club, of New York. Is the ~ of Mrs. Albert Cleare, of IngieOS terrace. Mme. Gardner is a oywpoe of note and a dramatic cont to. She was prima 4onna of tha nry aa English Grand opera Topany for too seasons !nd her compoaitions are sung by the great artists oftboth tipa Chicago and the Metropolitan Opera companisa. MissMaud Mor imer Johnson; of No York, who is connected Ivith the work for devastated Fr lio, is visit Sag' Mr. and Mrs. Paul pvarts John son. Miss Johnson is recevering from A recent illness." Mrs. Carroll iash, of Naltignore, has announced the engagement. of her daughter, Miss NtO Carroll Nash. to Afl4n Hemmick. Voungest sob of the late Roland J. Hemmick, of Pitt. WOrgh and Washington. The wedding will take place April 30. Mrs. Julian-James and Arthur D. Addison wJil lead the grahd erch in the costume pageant at We Colonial ball Thursday, March 31. at the New Willard. and a number of the pa. trAotio societies are preparing elab otate groups, Mrs. Julian-James will represent her ffth great-grahdmother, Mrs. Hugh Mason, wife of Capt. Hugh Masoe, whto came from England in 1634. He was deputy to the general court for many years in Massalu Betts, and his commission as captAiit In Colonial days. which Is now in the posshssion of members of-his family, is signed by Governor Endicott. MrP, Charles Woodhull will impersonate' her great-grandmother. Mrs. MIrinus WtIllett, Wife pf Colpnel-.Willett (the hero of Fort Stanwix), ad she appear ed when she danced with General La fayette at the ball given by Lady Washington in honor of. this gallant Frenchman. The minuet which is now being rehearsed, will be danced dur Ing the evening, and will be led by Mrs. Charles O'Donnell Lee and Mr. Potten. Miss ' Annb Garrett. daughter of Congressmas Daniel E. Garrett. of Houston. Tex., is visiting Ming Jul ilette p. King. Judge V. W. Van Fleet, of South Bend. Ind., is at' the Hotel Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Merill, of Cin ainnati. are passing the' week in Wahiggton. They will leave Satur day for Philadelphia to visit their daughter. *ho is at school at Bryn Althyn. Mrs.- Goodwfn. wife of Judge C. N. Goodwin; ttwir two sons, Macdonald loodwin 4and Norton Good in, and . X. 4;Wwin. bf Chioago, Tere the -. . t .a t b u a rdst4 AC AND BROWN FD,\ BROWN CAI.F -1 - . se d - ti ti n ti S 'MODELS. With \ x ~unior L.ouis Heels t' ne will appreciate b t K te t4 f *li -4 guests yre e Willard ! t Mount Mu.' sat s I b'M with %i p the guesIt *fIGood win at Wardmsa k t , t "Hussiah ye ilt' be In Waolinge as a k4umAt toaWo' of the iseason Brchen ig ang will *lye*& baII c.n Tuesday evening, -Apri 11L Thel next ev avn1 WeineqW, there wil be tableaux at -the Russian eqbassy. On Thuraday atto~qin Mr. stym. t usaa envoy t% Buenos Aires. wiffot# Russa af the home of Mr. and Urs. - mil Wp Its d. illustrating h$ with lantern des. On r a card P til given at Wardman Pak Po! when Rueden tea will be a fa tbe, and on Uatgrday there I to- be a garden party. iufus Wilson egtertained last even. ing at dinner at te Wilar#. when his guests weng invited to iapet former Senator Theodore E. Burton. Covers were laid for eight. 3. M. Wainwrighf, the new Ajsist act Secretary of War, has. arrive$ in Washington from his home .in 1w1 York, and is staying at the Shorebam. I - , I Miss Josephine Broome arrived last I evening to pass the Easter holidays with Mrs. James F. Barbour. Meetings are h I very Wednesday afternoon At 2.30 at the Holy Family I Day Nursery for the purpose of malk- 4 ing arrangements for the qpring card party to be given. Apri t 11, at I W rdman Park, Hotel. All members of lthe- guild are requested to attenj th6Se meetings. Elaborate prepara tions are being made for the card party and it is alrea4y evident that it will be one of the importst . events of the spring season. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Deeves, ot'New Rochelle, N. Y., are at the Hotel Washington for h rt time. Mrs. J. R. Branch, who has been a guest at 'the Lafayette for the last few days, has gone to N*W York. 1. -. , The Anthony League will hold its usual at home tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock at 2007 Columbia road. Mrs. Lillian Cole Bethel will be e the speaker. * Mrs. Archibald Davis. wife of Com mander Davis, entertained at lunch eo' esterday at the Shoreham. Mrs. Davi awill be hostedstat luncheon to day at her honte. e ONE BILLIONAIRE IN POOR GERMANY & - , t Personage at This Time Looked b, Upon With Awe By ' People. d L O N D O N. March 22:-England is Is itally interested in Germany's first 91 oillionaire. France is even more keenly interested, and makes the fact n hat the pot-war Germany can cre- l te a billionaire a part of her argu- 01 nent that "Germany Can Pay." 81 He is Hugo Stinfies, coal and indes- V rial magnate, publisher extraordi- V ary, and., if some reports e to be a elieved, virtual dictator of lrmany r oday. He Came into international promi- T ence in the sense that he first came cl rominently into the worl4 news dur Ig the Spa epnference when he stood V p wi sharpness and bluntness tl i anst e allied con rence, then at- tc pting regulation 1d increase of w rmany's cosl deliveries under thd I 1 eace treaty. $1 CONtOLS Nixtr NUWSPAPIRS, C P But before that he had been of ci ally growing importance in Euro ean news, for he was emergitig from te comparatively nonentity of his nancial dominance into the world f politics, through his purchase of ewspapers throughout Germany. He popularly credited with control of lore thin sixty newspapers. It is no secret that the intelligence ervices of the Allies has iuad him us er review, so to speak, long before his. They *romptly made further lquiries/when he launched his news aper buying campaign. And since hat time the press of England has econ~e a self-appointed watchdog of I ue doings of the Germata' Rockefel. f r. His movements are fapquently tionicled. His new combines of cap al and industrial resources are ways- printed. They have' -'been unlerous. It is perhaps no exaggera on to estimate that at leant once a cek, during the past few 'mon ther! 'me item of news has come out of ermany which tells of an important S lancial move by Stinnes, each timb4 S otng the trust building line so fa iar in America a score of years rmore ago. There are even reports g at the workers of the various Stin s undertakings are trying to form, ,t trade. unions in the ordinrary 'usq of uniify'ing workers of single adq into single countrywide union at haamalgamation, or a federatiau lin the local unions whose mem ers 'ate working for Stinn s. 15 DODINATING PAC'RO. Takes in the mans, the fragmern ry I formation about the German aper-tagnate paints. ( picture of vee duse Whateve the gov numents thin , and they at least oon der hit a dominating factor in uaropean affairs, the press is keeping ba on Stinne. an though he were d -'lhelm himself The Eventng bitandard diplomatie r >rrespondent, in fact, goes so far an Ssay that he is the one aan lb (Ger-P any today 'who han poa "er and in.-i ience comparable to that of the ex- a' aiser in the old dayo0f his Potsdam ~ ijourn. The Daily Chronicle, official pegan a the present coalition governghent i 'Ungland, through its .Berlin corre-4 ondent, casts frequent' limelight on Me iNw billionaire, also carrying on. 9' hnultaneously, a series of revelations garding GJermany's revival of trade, * records a record year em the steek change, millions being peered u 400, 'he formatios .o a .sh a not- 4 a nyPi U10 t .. i ary N*re Item of sauna. 1eoNaa K of V#*t tme ldinPg sa g taas.v - Ie mnitas. - . Otber paper' olat it th" t b6fele be at'. the".Vt 0eew u fseof reads, or. Is t4414 'in ae e th:set bet Iaeh bieu its seas' aoe s at o9reet repai. Dr. 5 n acobs to I&aharge f the relt work. t aged minionairs ,bby a municlc rk just se 0e iobby ot many ot- Jos milsoneho wethren. ADY O.. R 010liPE 1 1 L L HVOUPEOPLE Its worth your while.,to read what New York speci.ist has to say bout the nerve and rain cell builder hat P lpes 4Drug Stores and other ading to mell so much of h'et those ho are weak thin, nerv inu.- saa.*ic or rup-ewn, .ake atural unadulterated bstancss Sch Ba BitrePhosphate and u will soon se 'some astonishing reblt i h e . oferve energy and strength tro Phosphate is a pure organic tot Such as good physician beb to Increase weiglL at% reate abundant nerve force. CAUTION: Although 3itro-Phosphate o an escellent aid-on relieving weak, ermous codEitions, its %Se is not advised iam increased weight is desired. 6OU6HE SO HARD HE WAS READY T0 DIE QutH Rm8e Q~icklyQM Cabied Ps in 5 Wewks. "st December I caught a heavy A. Which left me with.' a deq sated cough. 1..Acoughed. so hard it rould start the tloo4k I thought I ras a, goner, until I tried Milks ;mulsion. I used 9 bottles alto ether., My couh is none. and I aye gained niaA pounds in five reeks. If anyow doubts it. let them rrite me."-Chas. L. Walters. 147 o. 18th St.. Pittsbgrgh. Pa. Wfien hundreds upon hundreds of eople tell you of Just such recovery. st such gains in Weight. It must e -worth Your trying. et lyat A rIal .*,sts nothing. Milks Emulsion In a pleasantt nu -itive food and a corrective shod! me. It restores healthy. natural iwel action, doing away with all bed of Dills and. physics. It pro iotes appetite and quickly puts the igestive organs in shape to Asimi !p food. As a builder of flesh and rength. Milks ,Emulsion is strongly wommqnded to those whom sick ;se has weakengd. and is a power Il aid in resisting and repairing the Tests of wasting diseases. Chronic omach trouble and constipatiof-are -omotlv relieved. It produces re arkable result. in colds. eoughs id bronchial abVhma. V This is tho only solid 01MIt IO ade r t o vhl ble that it Is ten zIx a scoon like ice cr6enu rulv Vonderful for weak. sickay No-matter how yevere your oe .u aet urged to try Milks Emulsion eder tlhi guarantee-Take mIxbot St home with you use It acc'dlr directions an4 If not satisfied ith the results. your money will be -omDtlv refunded. Price 79C and .50 per bottle. The' MIlka EnuIlon - 20 Years E....er sw.nd. ol d r.le D raw. -stre a nd nu kies row iaoh trouble fdu g yes ad now I a weB." a'e said reM. bosi mes onl a trifle with ya iests gmsrahase. SQIIWOI!SOOTHED BY UING SULPHUR Meatho-Bulpihur. a pleasant cream, ritate or broken out wih eq'a pco.envered wth unras rl 'inuedv s ficj oskin euDtion so eikly, says a noted skin specilist. ftery.sa. ote kne ost lihful cler and mnooth.k nii s precios as a skin ren osthat ae the bjnu.io' sur alwayvs heals ecseIna isht up, a .uaU ir of epntho-Suu r R Toamowi We Fi New Spr Mda kt Esi" for You seD Have Georgette Blosse for e We have gene inti er regular far several hundred kMgh-grade Mloos and reduced their pries to. $8.9 J~XsleesI l cut aeuk lines raith rolling or flat collar-and other fashion de tailsevdnenplangarty Color=-BE aque-alowte Thi D-as W Make EasteriTable,Beuil -nd it Came a leax way to get re-frm Ireland, where thl -know how to weave the trn cotte the-o that they will wive ral, and retain their original beauty after launidering. A very lustrous quality, to be had in several seat Vatterns, 72 inches wd- L.25 $.95 Ese' Heavy Cras-18 iehes wide with a aiow blue border, to make seMceable roller towels, yard, 1 how. Uhse -Hm* Towel-Neotly heatitched good quality and weighth oft and absorbeat --d 18x84 bns, eekh 3. Serfo Scarfe-with fancy drawn work, are prettier ander quality than usually is found, at 49c. VIMet H'ea=rashs i Breter. We mardy know where to wstAt to telnt Pet-toat news-t There are so many-and all so alsin e brdneseah,.c SeinfapScaaf. anth fanceoranlors, arom binttionr an pbettedr uliy fthanus wally edi foulld a dcolr sasrn oi e Smarsrilintyto wea it a todst.r Small etdfos. \ sraS ikPetticoatnes-g oe herbe erey many-cangeall so taffet.on bath.lr-adbak,$.5 Silk JeyPettiess-reo havyai eirh sin jee- anted acolors, and orn-d wihbleated rflete ore mlaintaom ilh sildaoule youcheie. Priced d.. bed r Sarte -stragtle ys to ear witr. a tardstan Salpled Muosi $4Records,585. wirightien the Corear there You mAde Songabe i Roeeand . hnebl taffe Maol owr-adhackr.8 sl erse-nd D wdane oos n me 'Easter-andSaget usi FEATHER FANS tihte t'e likne Whre here Ae w-Shav, Reeen erayy. So oItriCohn (Hoe other) Prayeon HaveFoldwe teL.oehadi bi Holyt Ghotcht aLgt Dlow pic, for ee pre tt ans will maetedsp D BOThER.. 4 gA " Tricotines a n d e serges in vy .blue and black Ire shown Jn tailored, semi-tai lord, ripple, and pony jacket effects. Some embroidered or braided. Many with buftons cleverly applied. Also. the Inewest. novelty and Hoqtespun fabrics izf' choice 'colorings. Every suit plain or fancy silk lined. Sizes for women and misses. Georgetted Crepede Chino --in any color you want-' .at 1.e35 yard Here--tomrow, value-and the choie of two - silk fabricis and If we woud start eitinintg colors, we couldn't *Id room here for all of them-for every shade is represeated. Efther weave is to be had in the 40-insh width, at $1.35 ydrd. Tatr te..h0.L..gh a Dv.eher. $1.00 a yard is a SimaB Prim to pay for ths 42-Inch AU Wool -Navy Blue Serg -yes, a very small price, and if you buy tomorrow, you ave -nearly 20% from the regujar price. It is guaran teed all-wool, ind can be used for suits, - one-piece dresses or separate skirts mothers will find it ideal for makingt regulation clothes for their. daughters. - Navy Be Emprea Cleth at $1A Yard, is 54 ihehes wide-non-crushabai --dust repellant-light weight and strictly all-wool. Many use it for dresses and skirts. Navy blue, and brown are tie colorc. also black. Im ial Serge, at $1.49-Strictly, all-wool and a trifle heavier than French Sertge. It is 54 inches wide, * ami may be had in navy blue, and a limited yardage in black. We con sider the value out of the ordinary. Third Plees-Lanabumh a tetber Enter Silk Under garments for Eastet - D. Wear: They Jook the part of Easter, these serviceable and beautjful Envelope'Che mise, Petticoats, Gowns and Cahnisoles with their delicate tiriting of pink, and, their lace and Georgette trimmings. Evelope Cesek of Crepes de Chine and Wash Satin, made in man pretty eye~ ad showing delightiul trihmnings of lace and Georgette, or eleverly tailored lines. Night Gewas of Wash Satin and Cree lis Chins, ef good heavy quality, trimmned in lots of new ways with lace or Georgette in uets. P t of plain tailored styles, too. Skrt.O et .. Creed, auins, in Wht. or flesh, with deep lace trimmned fdencs caught .omdtblm with ribbon bow.. Lovely things to' Vesr under Ailmy frooka. - You could hardy make the yepeaitfor 8.. C'amiseis oes either Wash Satin er Crepe de Cine, maids and trimmed in a usually elever ways, with bunlt-up or rM6ea shoulder s aansoe with platn tailor fin ish. $19 $.5 . Third D'eL... ..m. a nreie A New Two-Srap Pump Tht wE wih idtemt fever 'at '$8.50 For It ha. tis. eab6ars ef higher , being maade of thme softest brown enif, weII-bmlaaced perforated irum I~eI military heels for springtime bles;t, overlay ball srape and welt soes A siues, of euaree. * S ,-est ee of the msmanrt new sph we are showing, prcifreen.5 Sp toi sneens r- - t ---. a aq.