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616 17th St. D. 1 i
South of _ _
Pa. Ave. M/
We Give tht
Here's a Saving of $16.25
This season's patterns and models in
Young Fellers' Club Clothes.
Here are the sizes and quantities:
33 34 35 36 37 3? 39 40 42 44 46 ?8
12 ^25 25 17 l8 32 15 6 2 3 2 1
SAVE A 1
rSeventh and TJ C TJ
Eye Streets HOUSC & 11
W e are giving you the be
I" price early buying has given
ter grades of housefurnishing
Three Examples of Our Value-Givii
10-picce Golden Oak cr Walnut Suite, straig
welt made throughout?Buffet with long linen d
(Joset with pla.ss end panels; Six-foot Exteic-ioi
round top; Side Table and Five Side Chairs and
io-piece Mahogany Suite, of Sheraton design
two side cupboards; China Closet with latticed dTable
with inclosed cupboard; Six-foot Extensioi
48-inch round top, and Five Side Chairs and
4-ptcce Quarter-sawed Golden Oak Suite, with
tive Oblong Table. 48x60, extendable to 6 feet;
design. Buffet with long linen drawer; inclosed
Side Table and extra bottom drawer in China
Wc want to further the publicity of Kfa
the Conscience Brand of Mattresses", for eratcly
it's our idea of what Mattresses should . 7"p"
be?in hygienic construction and the mirror;
durability details of making. .tnplica
Introductory sale ,,f Conscience Brand tition I
offerinc <l heavy. (u)l-aiivd Kelt Mat- Hair T
treas. Strong!" mart?- nM <f? r* /"? r\ r\ ? c
"*"l: will tufted Jk/h fill * J
throughout " \J\J 0j j|lc
A Uyer-feit lUttresii. well fir
tick - Aa A a A .
.nB. side stitchlne and SXIJ (1(1 Ann
hand grips a turni
See us about Box Springs lonial I
iN'S STORES j Avenue 1
? Values and Get the Business!
$45 to $65 Conservative
Men's Quality 3-Piece Suits
$32.75 for $45,00 Suits [ Sarc 512.25 | I I
$35.75 for $48.75 Suits [ S?ve $13.00 | |
$39.75 for $55.00 Suits | Sare $15.25 | || |||
$43.75 for $60.00 Suits | s?*e $16.25 j |||
$47.75 for $65.00 Suits j s?re $17.25 [ 1 |||
These arc elegantly tailored and trimmed. The savings
arc absolutely honest. *
Sues and Quantities:
33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 42 44 46 48
Regular* 4 22 36 32 I 34 j 14111115 115 | 9 8
Shorti 1 ! 7115 18 14 17 g.| .if"
Stcuu ~ " j i | 51 8! 111 C| C| 5 | 5| 2
loM? I I 4j 71 10 8 5 "21 | 1 j l
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BEACH SUITS $14251
HVE DOLLAR BILL * *
WORTH OR MONEY BACK
||j LOCAL MENTION.
Seventh and i TRY 5iAG-4i uperrmann
e5c streets [( ,pc1^in~oWical^i~
????_________ 907 V STREET.
nefit of every advantage in
us?thus you find the bet- lf< l *
s notablv less here. vjirlsl Oirls!!
- ! Save Your Hair
1.r, igg) With Cuticura
m MS. ' I' 8?*?a*dO taMrttoe!?arDan<i^l1r*nd;te^uTw,:ir
T lifci II, mek. Saapl?afrM?f0attc*r?,D?9tX.JKaMaa.M**a.
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^ '"" I! The Only Jeweler
ESSn I ,N WASHIXGTOV
I I III Who Can Guaranty? to DehT^r Work
I || j j _I? Lets Than On* Week's Time.
LJt- j I _ _ __ _ I! Swiso and All Complicated Watchea
/F"? Utility Beds , flffifc...
? 'Most every home lias need | ????
for an emergency' bed?one
that convertible into a day- jl fMM
time or nighttime piece, as II j VI 111I I Ijl F?|Tl|?'l
circumstances require. We jl [Til I il,111 i11
have many types of such? I yHH|H /iB3V ipHH|
? in Suites. Box Couches, Dav- I jaJuukl I uEQufl
5 enports?and even the Single Ll!imitU?LJ^klJ3l73Ml!l
'8 } u m e d Oak Davenport
htline design, Suite, consisting of Chair , ~
rawer; China and Rocker. with Settee, in- I I A
i Table with closing Folding Bed. fitted 0 I 'WS' MLU ARS
$475.00 r?e d $75.00 1;# 1V'M
? Butfct with Nicely Padded Box Couch, !|| t HORNING
oors; Serving strongly made and comfort- III I n. , u, , . , ,
i Table with ably upholstered; covered III I l?I>B10nQS, Watches, Jewelry
$575 00 W' ' h attraCtivC $38 00 1 I Sou<h Ertd of Highway Bridge
i very attrac- Englander Level-lock m ? ? ?q
Queen Anne Couch, with heavy cotton H **
cupboard in mattress, made to fold IB V Mint?
$415.00 sp?i,.co.u?": $27.00 1
L_ III * 1300 G St ^
' " 1 Steinway Iplanos
11 Player- Pitnot VidroUj
active Bedroom Suites |
HI oro Indu
lly, these arc very satisfactory values?mod- Hi ~ AI1!
priced. |! Tow ?i
tee Mahogany-finish Suite?Dresser with large IB m
I osier Bed; inclosed cupboard in Chifforette; Hi
to mirrors on Toilet Table; dustproof par- H |
rases; Chair, Rocker and ?i|AA AA III M
hewing Bench Hvv.UU | wj k^K IT
Suite of similar design in Walnut, suggestive 1 V
Louis X\ I design; excellegtly fcQCC AA 111 c
lished and made throughout... V<Jv5?wW H IV?
ther /-piece Suite in Mahogany-finish, with ||| _ 9
Co" $315.00 J Ot WH^fa
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Officers' Action Questioned
The Department of L?abor, it wts
learned yesterday, has asked J. L.
Hughes. immigration commissioner
' at Philadelphia, for a full report on
the recent arrest by immigration
officers of thirty-nine Hindus at
South Bethlehem, Pa.
The Hindus, it -Is charged, were
taken into custody without deporj
t&tion warrants and sent to Ellis
Island, instead of being registered
, at the Philadelphia station as re1
quired by law.
j Mr. Hughes' report of the |nci!
dent also will be expected to cover
I charges of collusion between immigration
officers and shipping agents
for the purpose of shanghaiing the
men aboard British vessels. Twenty-nine
of the Hindus, it is understood.
offered to ship on British
steamers after reaching the Ellis
Island station and learning they
| were subject to deportation.
Officials who have conducted a
I preliminary investigation are .not
! inclined to creoit any collusion involving
TO BE BURIED TODAY
Funeral services for George H.
| Boyd, superintendent of the Senate
j document room for twelve years,
j who died yesterday morning at Casualty
Hospital, will be held this
; afternoon at Cawler's undertaking
chapel, the Rev. (Jeorgc F. Dudley,
: pastor of St. Stephen s Episcopal
j Church, officiating.
Ten days ago Mr. Bo>d was taken
from the City Club, his home for
i many years, to the Casualty Hospital.
Funeral arrangements were
made by a brother, Joseph B. P.
j Boyd, of New York, who came to
Washington when notified of tUo hcriousneps
of Mr Boyd's illness
Possessed of an extraordinary
! memory, the superintendent of the
I document room was appealed to by
Senators, both new and old, and
j never failed to ha\o the information
'demanded and nh^n demanded. His
service at the Capitol commenced in
1871. when he was a member of th"Pony
Express.'' as the ridine messengers
were then known. He became
assistant superintendent of the
document tocm in 1X?S, r?nd was
later placed at the head of the depart
j The body of Private M<?'lellan
Dalney. an A. M F. veteran, who
oicd at Walter Heed Hospital Mon|
day. was takrn to Kller^on. V*.
j yesterday morning, and burial will
j take place there. Private Dalney
was attached to the Sllth pioneer
j infantrj. and tok part in the priuJcipal
engagements of the world n ar,
J The funeral of W. S. lloge. 7?,
years old. Washington banker, who
, I died Monday at Buck Hill Falls, Pa .
I will take place this morning at the
j family home. 1402 Fifteenth street
- j northwest. Mr. Hoge was a charter
i member of the local Chamber of
j Commerce, first vice president of the
District National Bank, and president
of W. S. Hoge and Brother. Inc .
millers and feed dealers, of 601 C
B J street southwest.
He was also a member of the
Board of Trade, the Rotary Club.
, Cclumbia Cominandery. Knight**
Templar, and the Society of Friends.
J lie was a Shriner and a member of
the Hamilton Muvonlc Lodge
| He is survived by his widow*, five
daughters. Mrs. Annie H. Savage, of
| Bajtimore: Mrs. Rachael H. Savage,
of St. Paul; Mrs. Mary H. Norris. of
Baltimore: Mrs. Mary H. Brewster.
; J of Elizabeth, and Mrs: Barbara h!
: Sticknev, of Washington: and two
sons. C. B. Hoge. of Elizabeth, and
i W. S. Hoge. of this city.
RESULTS IN FINES
; Mildred Webster, colored, who was
arrested by Detective Cox. of the
Seventh precinct, a few days ago on
a charge of having a quantity of
home-made liquor in her home, was
fined $."?0 yesterday morning in Police
Court by Judge Aukam on a
charge of violating the national prohibition
Susie Stevens, also colored, who
5 was tricked Into selling a half pint
of home-made whisky to revenue
(agents. wa6 fined $100.
I ** All Drvtfists i
I *" "? - Ml" I >i.< ?d U*. F .
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r w haw. I.
add *t?l to w.tkMlng guriatl.?
T: *au "0*0LAX;
sr*. taut. wt.?:?sonc But
' -Dm'. Ob'.ln.b . .1 bo?
In? udlnj cortMtlon.
CM. hiirtbum lo-pid }jr*r
bad breath. Derr#o?ne? dWp>ta j?d ?'
tie*, obealtj. mentai tad gg||i?5.
aeeident doe-, a man win hi* war into
t of a *reat people.
competition. Dr. Wrijht and hi* staff of
itand pre-eminent ^
Held of dentistry. - O/^
esty forbids us to /\ *
le to the best, yet *
mind that 18 *
' aueethsful prae- / I lo
t be taken into v V- .
tioD. v I A ra
taff is so imbued I / \ jM
e Wrifht spirit \j \/%
rorthy or inexpert v M
Violet Ray. Neletion,
tla* and (la*aska Air administered.
Work sunrantr-rd 2f> year*.
' Payment to Suit, Examination Froe. Lady
aid in Attendance. Phone Main o347.
i 417441 7th St. N. W.
^ rxpert Dentist. 18 yaara' experience.
jj Open Sundays 19 a. m to 4 p. m.
W Other hours. a. m. to t p. m. Tes"
timoniala on request.
Caution?Remember name 4 address.
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KRKD M. RIXTER.
Illiteracy in America, * coupled
with the serious shortage of
i teachers, in the most serious
j problem the nation faces, in the
view of Fred M. Hunter, newlyelected
president of the National
Education Association, and
head of the Oakland. Cat.,
school system. He says 25.000,000
people in the Cnited States
can't read an ordinary newspaper.
and that such a condition
is fertile soil for destructive
IPICNIC TO DRAW
| CROWD OF 6,000
Federal Employes' Union
Members to Frolic
; More than 6.000 persons arc ex
| ported to attend the annual excurl
sion of isoral No. 105, Federal Kmj
plpyes' Union, composed of women
j employes of the Bureau of Kngrav|
in* and Printing, to be held today
; ai Chesapeake Beach.
The committee in charge of arrangements
is composed of Miss
j j Ilose Duehring. chairman: Miss Ger!
trude M. McNally, Mrs. Daisy Sower1
butts. Miss Belle Trouland. Miss
! Lillian Miller. Miss Douise Brantley,
j Miss Katherine Tracey. and Miss
I I Nora James, president of the union,
j ?"edar Camp. No. 15. of the Wood|
men of the World, will hold itj? annual
excursion tomorrow at ChesaI;peake
$140,000 IS OFFERED
FOR U. S. WAR FACTORY
The Navy Department is considering
an offer of $140,000 made by
II John F. Ohmer for the naval fire
(control instrument factory at DayIt
on. Ohio, Secretary of the Navy
'Daniels announced yesterday.
Daniels said he would not decide)
j on the offer until August 13, and
jtliat in the meantime the factory
J would continue to he advertised for
sale, as no bids have yet been reIIreived
in response to the advertlsI
Both the Bureau/of Ordnance and
| the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts
J of the Navy have recommended that
It ho ohmer offer be accepted, the
I Students of the Summer School of
j Pan American and Foreign Commerce.
Class of 1920, perfected class
I organization at a meeting held in
j the Columbus room of the Pan
American Union last night.
i The object of the organization is
| to aid in greater development of
American foreign commerce. The officers
elected are H. Sieman. Othello.
I Wash., president; L. W. White,
j Springfield. Mass.. first vice president:
A. W. Cole, Durham. N. C-, seclond
vice president: Miss Lilla Bra- I
band. Milwaukee, third vice presi- j
dent; Earl E. Spencer. Washington, j
fourth vice president: L. J. Daniels,
New Orleans, secretary-treasurer.
HELD ON CHARGE
OF ABUSING GIRL
j Newton Cutshaw, 2i years old.j
j who was arrested after the Board
of Children's Guardians had in- I
vestigated the home conditions of a j
14-year-old girl, was held for the j
grand jury yesterday under $5,000 j
bond to answer to the grand jury
on a charge of mistreating the girl.
Cutshaw, who was arrested by Po- I
liceman W. F. Burke, of the Eighth j
Precinct, denied the charge when
arraigned yesterday in Police Court i
and waived a hearing.
iSUITS FOR ACCIDENT
AMOUNT TO $55,000
Two damage suits totalling >55.000 1
were filed in the District Supreme j
j Court yesterday against Joseph
King by Charles A. Collins and his
son, Charles A. Collins, Jr.
The son asks $50,000 damages for
injuries alleged to have been received
on May 11. when, it is alleged,
an automobile owned by King coldided
with a motorcycle he was riding.
The father asks $5,000 damages
for the loss of the services of
, his ?on.
i OVERSEAS VETERAN
KILLED BY TROLLEY
Cumberland, Md., Aug. 17.?Joseph
K. Skelly, aged 24, an overseas
veteran, was killed Sunday night
when struck by a trolley in South
Connellsvillc. No one saw the accident.
It was reported that a young
man was found lying along the
track with his neck broken and
feet cut off. Skelly was a tflassworker#
SLAYER TO LIVE I
36 DAYS MORE :
Delay in Procedure Saves ^
Bowman from Hanging <
This Morning. T
Frank Bowman, colored, who was
to be hanged at the District Jail <
this mornlnj for the murder of Clarence
Keefer in the wood# near '
Brookland in July. 191C. will not ,
pay the penaHy for his crlrec until
September 22. M
Only the slowness with which a|(
message from the Department of
Justice notifying the jail authori- <
ties that the President had declined
to interfere with the execution. '
saved Bowman from being hanged j,
One-haJf hour after Justice Hits;'
in Equity Court had signed an order
postponing the execution until
September 22 to allow time for action
on a petition fqf clemency, the
Jail authorities were notified that |
the sentence of the law must be j
However, there was no disposition .
on the part of the District Attor- <
ney'a office to have Justice Hit* vacate
the stay of execution and naturally
this stay will be effective.
THEFT FROM YANK
REPAID IN COURT
George L. Dietz. superintendent i
; of the National Guard Armory. 432 :
I O street northwest, was sentenced
| to serve sixty days^and placed on '
probation yesterday by Judge
j Aukam in Police Court for the :
I theft of UO from James H Bair. '
I a wounded Yank from the Walter)
Only the timely appearance of j
Michael Diet*, father of tlje accuaed. :
who made good the loss to Bair, I
saved the son from a long jail j
Bair. who is paralysed and had
to be carried in and out of the ,
courtroom, gave Dietz a check fori
130 to have cashed for him. Dietz.,
j according to his own admission,
j cashed the check and spent the ?|
I money. The elder Dietz came for-il
i ward and offered to reimburse iiatr.
; and the court postponed the case
j long enough for him to visit the!
hank and draw out ICO, which was j
! paid to Bair.
With a view to guarding the public
interest, at the same time recog
nizing the rights of public utilities
and striving to uphold principles of
equity and justice, the Public Utillt
ties Group of the City Club has j
The group will discuss, invest!- ;l
gate, and act upon matters affect- il
j ing public utilities operating wholly
or in part in the District of Columbia
Francis R. Weller. chair,
man of the organization committee
of the group, has been elected per,
manent chairman of the group and
E. E. Williamson has been elected
] vice-chairman The group will meet H
the third Thursday evening of each
FARMERS TO STUDY
I Representatives of the American
Farm Bureau Federation are now
: en route to California to study the j
| co-operative marketing system used
in that State.
Adoption of some of the principles
; in the marketing of staple farm
crops of the grain sections is con- >1
sidered, it was announced today.
I A LOEWS |T
( tlia?, IttH a. i.?11 p. m.
LAST TIMES TOD A \
"THE WORLD I
AND HIS WIFE"
With ALMA RUBENS
RegiBBlag I morrow
la "Dollars antl *?ea*e"'
GMRICK PLAYERS I
WTcaifbt. I 3S?Mat. Tomor S 30 I
IRVING ttMMINGS I
The fsmots lUfe and icma star la I
"DADDY LONGLEGS" I
Next Ueek?"Ob. HayT I
LEECH BROTHERS Present
GEORGE H. CO R SAN
SWIMMING INSTMl (TOR
ALL THIS WEEK
TIDAL BASIN BATHING BEACH
L. (iORDO > LEKCH, Mgr.
G *EEASTM7oN|? I
AMUStMEKT PARK 9LJ
WA8HIBOTOH 8 OKLT BEAL | 1
OUT DOOB PLEASURE PLACE
AlfD MILLS UXIOK
0BCUE3TBA 0> It FOB
Newest. Isrfest, finest floor witkia 100
miles. Cow** sad ??e. Catholic Club msn
jgemezit* W. It. A E. c?r? direct. Every
ereDiaf. 8:15. rala or shlae.
COOL CONGRESS HTS.
Aaerieas League Park.
Washington vs. St. Lows
Tickets os sale bpsldiaf's. ?U 14th ?t.
aw., sad Hecbt Cs., SIT 7tb it. av.
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POPI I.AR PKICES-^ . 4<tr. 2>
DAILY 1' to 11 ?? m. M.'N. Z t 11 p.m.
HIGHEST CLASS VAUDEVILLE
S to?7 o 45 P K
Pitncr Pfcotndraui-ti< l?r?-M-ni?ti<?a of
A<1d*d ATtrji.tr u Matin**- <?cl<r
Xw?? K#H I t vvnt- \t wf
36th annual grand
and dress ball
Steamer Chai. Macalester
I^nrrn 7th 8t Wharf at 1? m rn 2 ria* ?r?4
6:80 p. tr. Returning, will !# ?? M?> .all
Hall at 11' Sit. 4;J0. * ao?i 11 |> at. R >. i.d
trip: Faro. 51r; mar tax. f
Phone Main $2-~.
National .. .
Katinoo Todar 50 r to 51 M
A \KH (t?NI.I)\
With HELEN HAYES
And Cast of Uausual Eic'T1-m?.
Pncaa?Kig-ht.v 50c to 52 00
Matinee Todar, 50c to ?1.50
STABTIXG MONDAY ?f-tATs TOMDF
GEO. M. COHAN S
Smashing Ccn^T Hit
GENIUS md the CROWD
With a Brilliant Ca*t ?f M>
Cndor Paraonai Direction oi Or* K C?nn
B. F. KEITH'S "ir*
DAILY J? SUN.,'- HOL'TS;:,5*?
'Above the Average ?Post
MARIE "A TRIP TO
BERT FITZGIBBON A Botbr Lam .
Jan* ConvilT & Co. Jin Toary A Ann I
Kormar Ma lata Boncor.i llerh^M B ^ok
Sylvia Loyal A Co Othrr Hit
CAYET Y ? Jth Sclow F
all mis w i;kk matim i; haili.
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