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THE ABHEVTTJ.K CITIZEN. TUESDAY, JULY 24, 191T.
Social and Personal
Mr Urrr Hinikani and Mr Jamae
MaoRsa war jnmi h-eta last eveniai
M a danrinar parly which took plec
I Mr. Hariahom'e home on I'earann
4rtv. Dunn, the evening punch wa
ir4 Dancing whlMi laeiat iw'il af
ter midnight va enjovrd hv rb fol
lowing ypung fnlke Mi 1 il Ken
Rati, MIm Iol Oeorra. Mi" Nanml
ewbark. Mlaa K.l:sat.eth Kitnhetley
Ulm Uty Tryon Meriwether. M
Fiorina Roland. MUa l,nuie roeion,
Mlaa Karhanna Kaulknar M :
Brewnell. Mlaa r1lth Monre
Paulina Moore, Mla Cam I'aekard. of
Taiaa. Mw Mildred raulkner Mlaa
Katharine Arn;aet M:a leahel
Mansard. Ml Kngenia Karlev. Ml"
Martha Falrlav. Mle Wllmoth Vo.
fond. Mlaa fwirnthv I ' W r and her
guest. Mlaa Flenerov Mim fjeneia
Khoadea, Mlaa .lane i'nnie M
Tasrothy Cotton. Mlaa Ixuvlnta pent.
Hiss 0uan Brown. Mr KVihurh liar
tnoa, Mr Frank Rloa Mr. Kuin
Ceston. Mr. Kdwln Ia1. Mr Roy
Jordan, Mr Rot Olenn. Mr Alton
RoMnarm. MV. Parry Tomlln. M
. Chartan French To ma Mr. wmiarn
Remold. Mr. Pavld Klmberley, M
Rlohard Minn. Mr Houaton Arho
rest, Mr. Edwin Rurdlok. Mr Rog
Martwwttiar. Mr. Horac Millar, Mr
Chart aa Lam. Mr Bretney Smith. Mr
JrtlJiM Martin. Mr. Junlna Horner. Mr
William Healer. Mr. Raid Rnaaall, tr
Ranry ftvn, Mr. Charle Bradford
Mr. William Bourne. Mr. Oeorga
Pugh and Mr. Francl Tumbiill
Vlpa Aim Hawaii wfll ntertln
with a bridge party on Wadnaadav af
tarnoon at her home on Vance street
Mlaa Mm an Waavrr will anlarUIn
at bar noma on Chetrtnut airaat on
Friday afternoon with a hrldira parly
In compliment to Mr. Baxter Ba
nd Mr. Jarae Mortimer, of Darl
ington, & C
The "Wharwa" card club mli fhl
afternoon with Mlaa Anna Rankin at
Bar home on Orangw street
' The regular Tuesday night dinner
sane at tha Ma or will be held thla
evening; and dancing will be enjoyed
from o'clock until 11 o'clock. Sev
eral dinner parties hare been arrang
ed prwnoua to the dance.
Mlaa DeTIa Frtaby entertained with a
surprise -J-tr for Mlaa France Mur
ray on Saturday enrner at her home
on French Broad avenue. After num
aroua camea ware playsd, Mlaa Frtoby
erred her tuaata with a dellctoua Ice
eouraa. Tha aruetta Included: Ml
' Vtna Harmon, Mlaa Opal Crook. Mlaa
Beaaia Murray, mis Alma, Murray,
' Mlaa Ober Crook, Mr. Clyde Bradley,
' Mr. Oua Johnson, Mr. Clarence Mr
Veal, 1ST. Earl Denton, Mr. Rich
mond Boyden, Mr. Roy Roberta. Mr.
Carr Ball. Mra. Annie Bradley and
atr. ana Airs. j. Ajinan.
mm Helen Manrf. of KnoxvUle.
Tenn who la tha aueat of Mrs. M
Fttxfru-h Teairue, will be tha chief
Kest at a brtdre luncheon flvan on
uraday by Mra. H. D. Caratarphan,
of Charlotte, who la spending; the
uramer. In Asbevllle. The party will
lake place at the Battery Park hotel.
Mlaa .Kadtarlna Beadlea will be
tiostasa thla afternoon at Tier home
:in Charlotte street entertaining In
honor of Mra. Cheater P. Monroe with
aa auction bridge party.
Annotm cement has been made of
una marrtae-e of Mlaa Amelia Knob
lauch, daua-hrar of Mr. and Mra.
j Henry O. Knoblauch, of Weat Ahe
vllla and Mr. J. F. Fox. of Blltmore.
J. Tha wedding took place on Saturday
I X. erenlnr the ceremony being per.
tor appntn'mant Pr Vorburn trad
naiad from tha l'n.n i of Virginia
mia aprini and r.fll4 a poaillnn
to whuh ha had lrn appointed, for
tha fi.llnwinf fmr aa instructor m
tha mrdnal dapartmrnt of tha I'm
araity if Vionin, owing to lha
naad f mrdual men In tha navy. '
Tha following a nnounramenl from
rot lag a aa Aaaadale aeaue for tae
aaaaua. Mlaa f niilbrool u aa artist,
having obtaiaed UlUacuoo la assist
Mr aad Mra Oeddlng Cuahmaa
aad lhair ,mall daugblar wlU ralum
thla weak to their noma at Aiken at
tar apandiog a fortnight in tba city.
Mr. William Coarad and Mr. Orover
I Mr.Valr. of Wlnaton-ttalam. are in
. Aehavitle for a abort alar before go
. ing to Tfiado where they will Join a
Mr John Kale has returned le Win.
amn-tiaatin after a brief stay In Aaha.
Mra W H Hunt, of AahaNtlle la
panding tha ramaindar of the turn
mar at Kanuga Ika
LEMONS BRINQ OUT
THE HIDDEN BEAUTY
Make) Uile lotion for very Unit
eat gne) Juat eae
Vf 1 , . I ....I.I l f tt
tha A'lanu i onatllution ni tha an- i . . ' . . ' ' . ... ,V' V
garrmanl of Mlaa liuil.rl (ilninn to
Viola I Mr Hrnrv H Tdnipkina la of In'ar-
Mlaa aal In Aahllla whara Mlaa Roblnaon
j apanda har aummara
' "Mr and Mra Hov "ohliaon lit-
nounra tha anragfmant nf thair
' .lauchtw luatiri to Mr ltnrv Math
ona Tornpa rm the dita of tha wad
' ' ng to ta nnnoijn.ad la'ar t'n
lloliin'on la tha rtdar of tha two lovr.
l.tngh'ara of Mr n. Mra Hft..n
aon. and ia aa hainvad aa aha la popu
lar In anrial Ufa Mar rhararar dia
poaitlon and gantlanaaa era raflarted
In a beauty of refined dellrary, and a
roiintnanra of eweafeaf wnmanllnaaa.
na RnMnaon la a graduate of tha
Notre Pama convent. Baltimore, and
her bi-lht mind and talent have
hean cultivated under tha bawt mas
ter, Mr Tompkina la a graduate of
Yale, and la at present In the officer,'
training ramp. Fort McPheraon, hav
ing offered hi eervlree to. hi, roun.
trv before ha left collage He la the
aon of tha lata Judge Henrv P Tomp
kins who vu a gallant confederate
officer, a man of acholarly arcom
pllahment, etrpeclallr In bl profaaalon
of the law. and a cltlaen of nigh rank
Hla mother wa the beautiful Mia,
Nora Talmar. of Waahtngton. Oa ; a
rrnddaughter of the late Oahrlel
Tocmbs. of Oevnrl: a grand niece of
Oeners.1 Rohert Toomba "
I ftrmed by Juetlce of the Peace John
i u, wnnesidea.
Tha Mlaslon Brudy circle of the
Haywood atreet church will meet thta
afternoon at 8:80 with Mra. C. Burt
at her home on South French Broad
, Of tntareat to the many friend of
Dr. Charles g. Norburn I the fact
that Secretary Daniel ban recom
mended him to the president for an-
X polntment a assistant Rurgeon of the
navy, with the rank of first lieutenant,
having paused hla examination at Nor
folk and Philadelphia and qualified
Mrs. H Xi Hiilllnger and her son.
Mtr Paul Hiilllnger. of Braden
fown. Fla.. have arrived In the city
and will spend (everal weeks here.
Judge and Vrs. A. T Cornwefl. of
Bradentnwn. Fla.. arrived In Aahe
villa yirtTdar for a atay of several
weeka before going to New Tork.
Mrs K, R. Richard, of Macon, fla.
la rn the city for the aunrmar.
Mr. B. H. McClure goe today to
Auguata. Ol. where he will spend
eome time with hi grand mother.
Mr. Edward Atkinson la rn Ahevin
from Baltimore for a few daya.
Mr. E t,. Coiijwr. of Birmingham
Ala., la In the city for a brief day.
Mr. Farrar Parker spent Sunday
and Monday with hla parenta. Dr.
and Mra. J. M. Parker, at their home
on Ed rem on t road. Mr. Parker 1, at
the officers training camp at Ogle
Mr. George Vol part returned yea
terdav from an extended btulnesa trip
north Inoludlng St Louis arid other
Mr. C-ordan Pruden and Mr Sidney
Pruden. of Oreenaboro, were In the
city yeaterdat n route to Wayneaville
to apend a few weeka.
Mr. Robert Martin arrived yester
day from Greensboro for a atay of a
few day with relative, before Joining
the ambulance corp which will be
called out July IS.
Mr. Julian Price, of Oreenaboro.
gency manager of the Jefferson
Standard Life Insurance company, 1
ttendlng (he aesidons of the 100.000
club being held here this week. Mr.
Price Is accompanied by hla daughter,
Mlaa Kathleen Price, and Ml, Irene
Mr, and Mrs A. L. Brooks, of
Greensboro, are gtmsts at the Manor.
Mlsa Tnsi Ardrey Is arwndlng a short
time with her sister, Miss Claire Ard
rey, at Rock Hill, S. C.
Mr. Herman P. 'Wray. of Macon.
Oa., has arrived at her summer place
at Chlmnev Rock to spend the re
mainder of the season.
Mrs. Phllbrook and her daughter.
Miss Phllbrook. have come from
Cleveland, Ohio, and have taken a
Mlaa Marianne Img and Mia Vir
ginia lng. of Sltataat Ilia. are tha
surat of Mrs Rohey flin In tha city
fof Kim time
M-- Arthur Amhler arrived yeatar
rfax af'ernoon from Akron Ohm.
a hera ha haa hren for the paat month
and la with hla parents. Pr and Mra
hae I' Amtikr, at thalr home on
Mlaa Virginia Peyton, of High Point,
I, the gueat of Mrs. J. P. Wheeler
for aeveral weeka.
Mlaa ora MrPuffle and Mlaa Char
lotta MrPuffle. of Fayattevllle. are
apendtng apme time visiting relatives
In Anhavllle. a.
Mlaa Iicy Pan!! Wlngard. of Les
tngtnn. R f , la In Aahrville for a aiay
of several weak
Mlaa Fmlll Campbell ha, returned
to her home on B It m o re avenue from
Mnrehrad lty where h (pent aev
M'.aa Fnne Brooks Is pendlng
aome Urn vlalllng Mlaa Viata Harrra
at Klkln. N. C.
Mlaa Mabel MrKea and M!s Marv
Alice McKee. daughter of tha late
Mr W P. McKee. of Ahevll have
arrived from Kentucky and are the
guest of thalr aunt. Mrs H C Coop,
er. at her home on North Frenrn
Mia Fxum Meare ha returned
from spending the week-end with
Mlaa Virginia Randolph at Black
Mis Etta Black la the gueat of
friends In Aahevlll for leveral week
Mlaa Black arrived from her horn at
Houaton. Trias, the lagt of last week.
An attractive akin wins admiration
In octal life and in buainaae the girl
or woman whose fai a and band how
vne of ronatant care enjoy a tra.
niendoue advantage over thoae who do
not realise the vsJue of a healthy skin
and a spotless romplrnon
At the cost of a auisll Jar of or
dinary co" Id rream one can prepare a
full quarter pint of n.e moat wonder
ful lemon akin anftanrr and complri-
l ion heautifler. by iitng h juice
of two fraah lamnna into a hotile con
taining threat ounrea nf orchard white
fare ehould be takrn to etrain the
Julre through a fine rlorh so nn lemon
pulp get, in. then thla lotion will keep
fresh for months F.verv woman J
knows that lemon Juice la tiacd to
bleach and remove n h hlemifhra aa
frrrklea. eallnwnee ml tan and ia
the ideal akin .firn-r amooihrnrr
.. Juat try it r,et three ouncaa if
orchard white at anv pharmacy and
two lemona from tha grocer and make
up a quarter pint of thla sweetly fra
grant lemon lotion and majaaag It
dally Into tha far, neck, anna and
hand It naturally ahnuld help to
aoften. freshen, bleach and bring rut
the soaea and b auty cf aiy akin.
Low Cost Menu
Mlas Ruth Brown ha returned to
her iiimmtr place at Arden after
apendlng a number of weeka at Char,
leaton, S. C.
Mr. S J. Lawrence has returned
from a stay of a few weeks at Tate
Mra. H. H Oarrleon and Ml Agnes
Anderson, of Cincinnati. Ohio, are the
guest of Mr. Charle 8 Bryant at
her horrie on Cullowhee treet.
Mrs Colle Cannon ha returned to
her home at Oak Ridge. N. C. after
visiting frlenda In the city.
Mra R. W. Powell and daughter,
Mis Sadie Bean, of Johnston, S C.
are visiting Mr. W. C. Blalock on
M1s Alma Brltt. wbo has been
visiting In Johnston. S C. ha re
turned to her home on Blanron street.
New Nut Bread
I Dlr"' VX A
aeytj sa y ii tyk ii i fft ii aafwi
Jhass Dresses are Cjreat bargains
. r Snfts .......
Voilles, Oreandies, Batistes and Nets
$ 7,50 Summer Dress, Voille and Gingham
$10.00 Summer Dress, Voille and Gingham
$12.50 Summer Dress, Voille and Organdy
$15.00 Summer Dress, Voille, Organdy and Net. .
$20.00 Summer Dress, Voille, Organdy and Net,,
$25.00 Summer Dress, Voille, Organdy and Net ,
All sizes, white and colored.
SUMMER COAT SUITS AT HALF PRICE
Silk Jersey, Wool Jersey, Kbaki-Kool, Pongee. Satin and
Taffeta. Colors: Copen, Chartreuse, Rose, Gold, Tan, Light
Blue, Kelly Oreen, White, Navy and Black.
. ANOELUS SILKS FOR KIMONAS
A new Silk and Cotton Fabric in beautiful colors and butterfly dp
signs. Especially adapted for kimonas. Priced at, per yard 85c
Bread Pudding Butte thick elicee
of bread and pour over two cupa of
milk mixed with two well Leaten egr.
a quarter of a cup of sugar and a little
cinnamon. Bake In a slow oven.
Nut Bread Beat one egg. add half
a run of a user, a cud of milk, half a
cup of chopped nut, two cup flour,
and two traapoona of baking powder.
Turnlnto a pan. let rlae twenty mln-
utea and bake In a moderate oven.
Crecy Roun Melt two tableepoon
of butter, add the same of flour and,
when blended, add two cuna of milk.
and boll until thick Thin to the con
itency of cream with hot milk, then
add a cup of maahed carrots and
AT THE 'MOVIES'
Mim Florence Oudrer. of Ctandler
is visiting her alater. Mr. J. W. Brad
ley. at canton.
Mr. and Mr. W. T Caldwell
Hickory, are the guest of Mra. Cald
well a parent. Rev. and Mra. J. M
Hawkins, at Acton.
Professor H. 1 King, of Woolgev.
went to tlreer. 8 C. vesterdav to at
tend a reunion of hi company to be
neid today at Brushy Creek rhuerh
at wTilor. place the company was or
gantied In the year 1861. The com
pany 1 Company F. 1 S. C. V.
Mr. R. C. Crowell and Mrs. R. T..
Thrash, of Acton, are visiting the!
aons, Mr. Robert J. Cronvell and Mr
Oale Thrash nt the officers' training
camp at r on t igietnorpe.
Mrs. A. F. Hlck. of Morranton.
the guest of Mra. Robert Erwln.
$3.95, $4.95, $8.95
Special sale includes gingham, linen, voiles, novelty
cottons and combinations. White and colors. Sizes
16 to 46. .
One rack of dresses formerly priced at $4.95 values '
$6.50 and $7.50 are now priced .$3.95
The $6.95?iack values up to $12.50 is now
Dresses at $10.95 and $12.95 values up to $25.00
are now marked $8.95
There is still a very good selection, but thov will
go rapidly at these prices.
Alterations are extra on reduced garments
exchanges or4 returns allowed.
11 Pattern Ave.
Mr and Mrs. F. J. Carr have re-
turned to their home at New Tork
citv after visiting Mr. Carr' mother,
Mra. ,Ionai Carr.
Mr. Oscar Rand, of Montgomery
Ala.. Is spending some time with Mra
Carrie Cnxr Mitchell on ChurCh street.
M1ss Dorothy Osaton. of Uttle
Rock. Ark.. Is srrendlnr he summer
with her parents. Mr. and Mr. T. P,
OaMon. at Candler,
Mr. Henry Falrlev and Miss Clem
Fairley. of Rockingham, have arrived
in the cltv for the remainder of the
aeason Vr Henrv Fairley, Master
H. Fairlev Jr . and the Mioses Kath
ervne. Porothv. .Teanettc and Elsie
I Falrlev will arrive the end of the
week by motor. j
Mr and Mrs. Frank Edward Spain
I have arrived from Birmingham, Ala.,
and are spending several days in the
Mrs. Frnest Waddler has returner!
to her home after a visit with friends
Miss Grace Brown, of Knov111e.
Tcnn . I the guest of frlenda In Ashe-
yllle for a few weeks.
Mr and Mrs R O. Bradley, of
Charlotte, N C. arrived yesterday to
spend a short while In Ashevllle.
Mr. and Mrs. Charle W. Tlllett,
Jr.. who were married Saturday at
Morcantnn n re guests at Grove Park
Inn for several days.
Mr .T W. Garety. of Charleston, S.
C.. Is In the city for a short stay.
Miss parsh Orr la spending a few
days with friends at Greensboro, en
route to Roanoke and Norfolk.
Mr. and Mrs AMen Howell, Jr.,
will ret irn to their home a Waynes
vllle this week after spending a few
days '.n the city.
Dr and Mr. Panleht have returned
to their home at Tarwell. after spend
ing aome time In the city.
Mrs S H Slack has returned to
her home after spending a month
with her parent. Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Wilkins at Athens Mrs.. N. J. P'.ack
returned to Ashevllle with Mrs. Slack
and will spend three week In the
AT THE STB. A NT).
Ethel Barrymore pleased her many
admirers and added new ones to lier
llt yesterday when she was seen at
the Strand in the Metro play, "The
Greatest Power." This production
will be hown again today.
This 1 a patriotic picture, and the
gun crew oj the First Battery field
artillery, of tfie New York national
guard, assisted In the prod Jetton. A
nnrtlon of the T'ntted 8tatea fleet la
shown and methoda of foreign ple
exposed. Aside from It patriotic Im
portance. "The Greatest Power," is
one of the tronget, most exciting
stories seen In a long time. It has
action, suspense, love, achievement
all the qualities that go toward making
a really superior feature for the
Deal's orchestra will accompany
the picture again today with appro
AT THE GAXAIX.
Having recently appeared a a
debutante, an abused wife of a
wealthy man. and aa "Sapho," Pauline
Frederick, one of the greatest emo
tional actresses of the screen, has
turned her attention to a lowlier role
that of an office scrubwoman. At
first thought this would seem to be
an unwise choice for the dainty, faa-
tldlous Pauline Frederick cut tnose
who saw it yesterday realize that It
ranks amone the beet of her career.
The name of the picture Is "The Iyjve
That Lives." and will be anown ai
the Galax again today.
The sacrifice of the mother 1 mar-
velouslv depicted by Pauline Fred
erick and In the last scene she rises
to truly sublime heights or artistry.
She aids her son to carrv out a faint
Inr eMrl from a. fire, watches them es
cape to happiness and safety a the
flames creeD ever nearer and nearer,
a light of such happiness flashes over
her face that the humble scrbwoman
seems completely transfigured.
Prof. Holltngswortn will accompany
the picture today with appropriate
music on the pipe organ.
A USEFUL GIFT FOR A "GUARDSMAN" IN CAMP
Khaki Encased Outfits
Trench Mirror with Comb and file, set $1.00
Men's Sewing Outfit, complete, set.
Writing Pad and Sewing Outfit combined
Men's Small Sewing Outfits
Writing Tablets with Pencil Holders
Hair Brushes with Trench Mirror
Khaki Collar Bag
Khaki Case for Toilet Articles
Complete Fitted Khaki Cases
.$4.50 to $7.50
M. W. Indian Coal alwaya
meets with tha approval of tha
one who paya tha bill and tanda
Have you tried thla clean, free
burning and satisfaction giving
coalT.If not. If time you did.
,Ofd'era filled promptly In any
quantity and else, at prices you
have bean paying for a quality
no better If as good.
THE WELCOME PLATE
GARDNER'S POUND CAKE '
Tha cake that linger with a flavhr and memories o mother.
There's None Quite So Good 35c pound
Try It today praise it tomorrow.
Tweed & Collins
Cot. College and Market 6ts.
AT THE PRINCESS.
Local playgoer will have their first
opportunity to see Sir Jonn Mare,
England s most ceieoraiea cmmcitr
actor, when "Caste," Ptje vitagrapn
blue ribbon feature 1 presented at
the Princess today. Also this mark
the first and only time that the actor-
knlght ever appeared before A mo
tion picture camera.
So loner has Sir John played the
part of Eocles. the fun-loving old rep
robate In 'Taste." the- character has
become one of the classic of the
stage, and In deciding to aaapr tne
famous play to the screen the Vita-
graph company determined to get him
for the part Sir John, who ranks
with Irving, Tree, Barrett and other
great artists who hav made Eng
land's sta.ee history, wa loathe alt
first to appear In film. He had the
same prejudice against motion, pic
ture that producers have bad to over
come whenever they first suggested to
great stars of the legitimate stage that
they po60 for the screen.
However,' It wa pointed out to Sir
John that he owed It to posterity and
the stage to have his art perpetuated
and ho agreed to make tne picture
No matter where the Beda finish,
Cincinnati will still love the Matty
for trimming the Giants twice In one
THE BEST RANGES
Like Statesmen and Poets, Are
CHAS. L. SLUDER CO.
20 South Pack Square
Best in Kitchen Furniture.
HENDERSONVTLLE, N. C.
Second Ave. and Church St.
Refined Homelike Service for the Discriminating.
Rate on Application.
MRS. E. O. WlIiSON, Prop.
How to Stop Loss of Hair
and Start New Growth
The Vew Tork Gown Builder. Dress
makers furnished by the day. 9H
Blltmore Ave. Phone !6l. tf.
A home built In Grove Park can be
sold at a profit rather than at a loss.
"Ptona Jttt, U.
If your hair I thinning out, prema-
nrelv irrav hrlttla. lifeless, full of dan
druff anil your head Itches like mad It's a
pretty sure sign the dangerous aanarun
germ is htisv on your scalp and quick ac
tion must he taken to save what hair
you have and start a new growth. Don t
wait until tha hair root Is dead, for
then nothing can help yon, but get from
your druggist about four ounces of Pa
risian Kace and apply as directed It
don't cost much and there la nothing
ou could use that's any oetter. it was
w Ranrhnn h (Kmoui Pari spec
ialist, who discovered that aanarurr ana
falling hair are caused ny a microoe
then came the discovery of the value of
the genuine Parisian 8ge (liquid form)
to destrov this germ and prevent further
loss of hair and the formation of dan
druff Ton will surely be aelignteo witn
he first application, tor your nair .win
h. krihi.ii,in all Itchln cease ana
your acalp feels cool and comfortable. A
few massages wltn ranaian
that rA ....,ii ned to destro' t he
germs that cause dandruff to form, and
very soon you should be able to e the
new hairs coming In. Parisian Bag la a
favorite dressing with discriminating
women because It la delicately perfumed,
doe not etaln or atreak the hair and
make It lustrous, oft and fluffy. Be
sure you get Parisian Sag (Glroux ). for
this brand ha the guarantee of Perfect
satisfaction or money returned printed
n. ..-c smiths Drue Store.
oaa auDDly you. 4dvt.
No wonder we old a big lot of
Straw Hats yesterday. Half
price make mighty cheap
Pome excellent style 1n La
dies' Hats Half Price and much
below Half Price.
The same kind of figure on
Colored Parasols and aome good
styles left a yet
Hair Switches $!.!, $3.95 and
$4.95 opened yesterday and now
Novelties In Early Fall Skirt
Wool and also Silk Just to
R G. and Lady Ruth Cor
sets In large variety opened
lately, pleae remember.
Brilliant Light Weight Sweat
ere: purple, nlle. Copenhagen
old rose, black and
Ladles Voile and Gabardine
Summer urease Just placed at
Clearing Out Prices,
Men' Good Palm Beach Coat
nd Trouaer only $5 the ult.
A big stock of Dry Goods.
Clothe. Shoe. Hat. Rug.
Trunks and Butterlck Pattern.
H. REDWOOD & CO.
THE LEXINGTON PIANO
Wa have two styles $200nd $225 $5. Oo' down and $1.50 per
week. No interest.
FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE
For tha Best In Pianos, Edlsons and Vlctrolas.
Phone 206. 76 Patton Ave.
For correct Treatment of Hair
and Scalp. Shampooing and Mani
curing; Face, Hand and Arm Mas
sage, Electrolytic or Plain; Pimple
and Blackhead Treatment.
86 Haywood St. 'Phone 16T1
Human Hair GfestfShen
Goods and Toilet PrfeiWrajlons.
Superior' accommodattota for
Shampooing, Scalp Treatment,
Facial Massage and Manicuring.
S3 Haywood S- Phone 1.
ASHEVILLE COMFORT SHOP
Our Face and Scalp Treat
ments are scientifically ad
ministered with hygienic care.
Manicuring, Shampooing, Marcel
Waving. Courteous attention.
Cor. Patton Are. and Church St.
912 Dhromor Bldg. Phone 2286.
DHtmore Ice Cream
Fifty Cents ...
THE QUART, DELIVERED
Phones I S3 and 132.
Recommended by th Leading
Phyalclana of Ashevllle, ,
Tha dally output of the twelve Brit
ish national projectile - factoriea
which have, a yet. developed, would
fill a train one mile long composed of
400 trucks and requiring eight engine
Boston School of Expression
Benefit of the Rector's Aid
Battery Park Hotel
July 25, 8:30
Admission . . . . 25c
SWEDISH AND MAGNETIC
Gray hair restored without
dye. Permanent waving. Popu-.
' Opposite T8 Patton Ave.