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D. J. Kaufman's I
J; August Clearance Sale |
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j| Our entire stock of Mens and Young Fellers' Fine
3-Piece Summer Suits, at two genuine bargain prices.
1 All $29.75 and $33.75 J
SUITS now I
| All $40, $45, $48.75 and $55 I
I SUITS "ow 1
Blues, Blacks and Fancies; sizes 33 to 48. All
cuts?regulars?shorts?stouts?longs. Broken lots
only?but the assortment is big.
Saits Laid Aside With Deposit?No Charge for Alterations
4 MONEY'S WORTH OR MONEY BACK i
LOCAL MENTION. y niy 0|"CIIIAI
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IS; 914 roaaa, via tlaower. toilet and lav* tones. Joint*. cancer, tumor*, bladder, B ^ II IV M M I
?t?y. ?. 10% CTtna two tm a mtm. bowels or appendix aa aeen with your own | %||||^| |1 ^0 Bn
Eatikttakod 1M?. Tm. Oar e*pert operator la pbyalclia , ? ..
, GLASSES FOR RBAD1NG aad aarfeoa. Will tow Jon eiactly what OOOthltiq Mid NeAlinq
o-AFUN OPTICAL co. ??? & ?5TS for Skin ind Sc?lpTroubles
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1 $3.50 Philadelphia ;
@ s $3.00 WMigtoR
| Net Ytir Moith Caise Your Sickness ? j Wa,
The mouth harbors many varieties of bacteria which are con- 0 abmabm imiy *9
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- tko air w? breathe lid the food we oat H *
T nan the oaly lahctlw the body aot SIMILAR GICt'MIOM
9 iatrodoced beaeatb tbo akla by deliberate 3/ AVGVST IL
5 Injertlo. or lajarj. If ?aar bnath la bad K'
f I Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
ark to poixm Tow life aad koaltk. Doatal ft Special train will laa'a Waaklnf tn
car* will rcaMve thla caaae of aickaeea. 7:00 a. m Reteralat. lea re PUiUJalJ
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AUTO CRASH FATAL
Stanley tfelly Strikes Oil
Tank Wagon and
. r THB HERALD BUREAU, #
A. B. Doniphan,
'' 727 King Street.
ALEXANDRIA, Va., Aufc. 2.?Stanley
Kelly, about IS years old son
of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Kelly, of
2t09 Duke street, was fatally Injured
about 4:15 o'clock this afternoon
while riding a motorcycle to
his home, when his machine collided
with a tank wagon of the Texas Oil
Company, driven by Roy NevitL His
Jaw was crushed and his chest
mashed and he died before he reached
the Alexandria Hospital. The
accident happened on Duke street
extended, near the overhead bridge.
According to a report of the affair
obtained by Policeman Durrer,
Kelly was on his way home, going
west, and Nevitt was driving east
on Duke street. Kelly was knocked
a distance of about ten feet Into a>
ditch and never regained consciousness.
The street was wet at tha time.
A passing automobile picked him up
and rushed him to the hospital,
where life was pronounced extinct.
The body was taken to Demalne's
undertaking chapel and prepared
for burial. An inquest will be held
by Coroner T. M. Jones. Kelly was
employed as a machinists' apprentice
at the Alexandria Naval Torpedo
Station. His father is a Southern
Railway locomotive engineer.
The barn and shed In the rear of
the residence of James Groves, St.
Elmo, Arlington County, were destroyed
%y flre of undetermined
origin at 4^0 o'clock this morning.
Companies Nob. l and 4 from this
city responded and prevented the
blaze spreading to the residence.
Arrangements have been made by
the Salvation Army here for Children's
outing next Mondsy to Marshall
Hall. Capt. Mclntyre of the
local army has also made an appeal
for old shoes and garments.
Arrangements have been made by
Alexandria Lodge. No. 758, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks
for Its annual excursion to Marshall
Hall on August 10.
A straw ride was given tonight by
members of the Baraca and Philathea
Bible classes of the First Baptist
ELKS GIVE PROGRAM
FOR STATE REUNION
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.. Aug. I.
?The Elks' official program for the
annual meeting of their Virginia
State Reunion Association, which
opens here August 9. made its appearance
today. The opening exercises
will be held at the Elks'
Home, on High street, at 10:30
Tuesday morning, and an hour later
the State Association will be called
to order. At 1:30 a luncheon will
be given to accredited delegates and
the parade of members of the local
lodge and visiting Elks will start
at 3 o'clock. Following the parade,
there will be a baseball game at the
university. The evening will be
given up to an organ recital In tlie
Mclntlre Greek amphitheater, at the
university, and a ball at Jefferson
Park dancing pavilion.
On Wednesday marnlng the closing
session of the State Association
will take place at the Elks' Home,
and at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
there will be a big barbecue for
delegates and visitors at "Wilton,"
the country home of J. Anderson
Chisholm. a former head of the State
Liquor Fines as Result
Of Raid Aggregate $950
ROCKVILLE, Md., Aug. 2.?As a
result of a raid by Deputy SherifT
Stanley Gingell and several deputies
on a house at Clagetts Corner, near
Laytonsville, several days ago, fines
aggregating $950 were imposed by
Judge William E. Viett in the Police
Court here yesterday.
Eliza Dyson, colored, was fined
$200 and costs for having intoxicating
liquor in her possession with
the intention of selling it, and similar
fines were imposed on Mary
Dyson and Rannah Boyd, both
colored. Ell F. Fredericks, white,
was fined $300 and costs for keeping
a disorderly house and having
liquor there for the purpose of selling
It. In default of payment all
will have to serve terms In the
house of correction. Bud Mobley,
white, demanded a jury trial and
was held for the action of the November
grand jury, bail being fixed
BALTIMORE TO -li
Boston. Tuesday. Friday. 4 P. X. ? |
Providence, Monday, 4 P.M. 4 J:
Norfolk. Mod.. Tues., FrL. 4 P. X. j\M
Sarannah-JsoksonTille. Fri., 6 P. M AMJ
Tickets Include meals and berth
on sialn deck. An Invigorating 4/C|/l\
enjoyable ocean voyage. I HttaA*
Merchants A Miners
Traim. Co. Established ?
Pk rSPratt St. Tel. flt. Paul 4tt^ \7f
Three-day trips every week daring August.
Send for itinerary.
Phono Main 1411. \ ?? Bead BUg.
Sah of ansa
ELECTRIC IRONS flpggg
* ? *4is* (waraatMtf.
Pess Electric 4 4asSspply Co.
Oil 1-2 S'.h OtfMt.
| WIFE OFMA
Formerly Miss Ida Burruss, of F
John T, Walker, commander of th
j San Domingo City.
Farmer Injured *
By Angry Sow on
Entering Her Sty
GAITHERS^URG. Md.. Aug 2 ?
William H. Fulks .erioualy injured
on his farm near here last
evening, when he was attacked by a
large sow as he entered a pen with
the sow and her litter of pigs He
was knocked dowh' and badly gored
fX"' ?e It was ,yhougM
today' however, that he will recover.
County Dry League
Elects Its Officers
ROCKVILLE. ?ld.. Aug. 2.-The
Montgomery County Anti - Saloon
m"w?mU.U aonU" mee,ing "eld
at Washington Grove, adopted a
resolution favoring an effort to
I..T" , Sa0d'dates ,or the legislature
pledged to vote and work
m.rn?U.Ch a,State Prohibition enforceUon
th? eVent 0t thelr elec*
The league elected officers as folAlfrfd
Bethesda; secretary. Miss Ida S.
o p'- ^>rCnkvi"'; treasurer, the Rev.
Rockvlllt: vice president-at-large.
the Rev. o. A Gilllngham,
Germantown: vice presidents
reresenting the W c T 1MUs
'r h1 ? ^ T- ^pectlvely!
Mrs iifr.!,Cetv1?,i,ler- A"h,on- ?"d
irJl i.. Wilson, Bethesda; vice
presidents for election districts
Laytonsvllle. the Rev. N. A. IJneU^eT?:
nlar^"bnrf' the Rev. Walj?v
% B"?hears; Poolesviile. ,he
E Ward.^. r.""' Rocltville, W.
E. Ward, Colesville. Reuven T BaP.' "40*"
W. Brooke VlnOlne'v
v f' A,t>ert E" Shoemaker;
burg w wfi Sn?wden: Gaithers.-?
? * ?n Walker: Potomac.
W :^Barnej8vil,e- Windsor
W nlv irL Damascus. Columbus
U,en Wheaton. Alfred C. WarState
Bids in Two Bond
Issues Totaling $600M)
St^VS"8, *M" Au* 1?The
fh! Maryland today purchased
the entire bond issue of 1600.000.
?' * ,orv *Vch were opened at noon
by the board of public works In the
state treasurers offlcr here. The
state took a similar step about a
year ago when another issue was
1P 'or sale- Gov Ritchie had
stated that unless bids were high
enough the State would take over
, Ranking firms of Baltimore. New
l<?.r. J ladelph,a and Boston submitted
bids. The highest received
was that of the Chase Securities
and Barr and Schmeltzer.
bidding Jointly, at 94.777 for $100,94829
'or 1500.000. The
, issue Is known as the
lo?n of 1920" and the 1500.i
? >? ^ the "conatruction loan of
* The bonds In both issues bear
per cent interest.
U. of Va. Summer School
Opens Its Second Session
J-HAR^OTTESVILLE, Va., Aug. 2.
The second term of the summer
school at the University of Virginia
opened yesterday and will
continue until September 3. Registration
has passed the 500 mark, indicating
a total enrollment for the
term of about 700. The second term
JLiP clp*"y tOT students desiring
. cr#("t? While the ma,
y the matriculates are from
Virginia, other Southern States are
"e" "Wea'tited, especially North
and South Carolina.
The total enrollment for the first
term, which came to a close last
Saturday, was 1991. the largest In
history of the summer school.
FREDERICKSBURG. Va.. Aug. 2.
him I# Uel"*beck has announced
nimseir an independent candidate
th? house of delegates in the
from the lcglsvi_
"Wtrict composed of Essex.
*-'ng and Queen coantles.
to ,?fteiWE*8* VI* TELEOiAFH
1211 i prtstt. Consult l?n>B,
RI NE OFFI CER
^h !*- BBf
redericksburg, Va., wife of Capt.
c mounted Marines at Camp Low,
WOOD AS GOVERNOR
Want Him Appointed Before
He Leaves Islands; Now
At San Jose.
(Special Ciblc to Tin Vukicrtu Hmid
and Chicajo Trikut.)
SAN JOSE. P. I., Aug. I.?Gen.
Wood, the probable next governor
of the Philippines, arrived
here yesterday, this town
being the first lap of his Inspection
tour of the southern islands.
The mission will spend thirty
days investigating the Mohammedan
tribes, Moro province, the Sulu archipelago
and the Japanese activities
in Mindanao and Palawan provinces.
This part of the Philippines is held
by travelers to be the loveliest part
of the Islands and rich in commercial
After returning to Manila to complete
its report on conditions In the
southern islands, which will probably
take two or three weeks, the
mission wll leave for China and
Japan, reaching the United States
late In November. Under this procedure
the new governor-general
will hardly be appointed until winter
and he will not get here until
spring. Private advices to President
Harding and Secretary Weeks
from here say too much time will
be lost and it is essential the new
administration take hold here at
Both Americans and Filipiircs are
urging Gen. Wood for the position
and it looks as if the situation were
largely in the hands of Washington.
Unless President Harding acts at
once Gen. Wood will be lost to the
Job. No one else has been mentioned
for the place and he appears to
fill all the requirements.
At present the Filipinos appear fn
be reconciled to the postponement of
independence even for so long a
period as twenty-five years.
Funeral of Robert Ramsev.
CHAHUJTTKSV1LLK. Va., Aug 2
?The funeral of E. Robert Ram;ev,
for years connected with the Chesapeake
and Ohio Railway, first as
ticket clerk-and later in the freight
offlccs. was held at S:30 this mornijig
at the residence, and the body
was taken to Staunton, witn Interment
In Thornrose Cemetery. Mr.
Ramsey was a son of the late Robert
C. Elder, of Campbell County, Virginia.
and was 43 years old. Early
In life he was adopted by John
Ramsey, of Bells Valley, Augusta
County, who had lost an only son
of the same age. He married Miss
Duane White, a native of Albemarle,
who survives, with one child. He
also leaves three brothers and five
Join Training Camp.
FREDERICKSBURG. Va, Aug. I.
?William Rowe, Henry Chichester
and Irving Williams have gone to
Camp Meade. Md. to attend the Citisens*
Military Camp, under control
of the United States government.
The camp opened on August 1, and
will continue till the 31st.
SHOULD K TREATED TtUNI THE UDOC
Medical authorities now a*ree
that rheumatism, with its achat
and pains, is caused by rtrma
that pour poison into your
bloodstream. Bubbinc will not
five permanent relief. Thousands
of rheumatic suflsrare
hare stopped thair a*ony with
8. 8. 8.
for Special SaotM or /or individual
advice, without chart*.
writ* Chml Madical A+JS?.
SSSCpD^f 441, Atlanta, Oa.
CttS. S.S. at your drtiggmt.
Standard for Over SO Yman
ll THE WEATHER
I For the District f tm u
of Columbia ami j( 'W. Yi I I
Maryland?Show-f \L}/ '
and probably 1 ^
probably (air; M . IMW
not much change |V? BTLrJ
? temperature; M/yV] j
ate iklttlai (W
For Virginia ? ^ fj Ju'n
ha war a and M Ol
thunderstorms to- V ) V
day; tomorrow tUii J '
partly cloudy, probably local thusdershowers
and cooler la south portion;
fresh southwest, shifting to
Midnight ... 71 IS boob ..... 7J
1 L m...'.. 71 X p. u
4 a. m 7* 4 p. m..#... I:
a. m..... 71 ( p. 77
* a. m 7t t p. m 74
10 a. m.?... ?7 10 p. m.....
Highest, *3.0: lowest. ?.?.
PelatlTe humidity?t a. m , t?; 2
p. m., H; I p. n., SS.
Rainfall (( p. m. to 1 p. m.). - ?.
Hours of sunshine. 1.7.
Per cent of possible sunshine. I?.
D?par?or*? from Herwd.
Accumulated excess of trmpertt*re
Since January 1. 1KI. ?0I.
Deficiency of temperature since
August 1. mi, 4.
Accumulated deficiency of precipltatlon
since January 1. 10*1. 2.?1.
Deficiency of precipitation since
August 1, 1921, .as.
Temperature same date last year
?Highest. 75; lowest, 61.
(Data furnished by C. 8. Coast
and Geodetic Survey.)
High water. 7:U a. m.. J ft. C In.;
t:4S p. m., J ft. 2 In.
1 h?* ,:W *" m : l:M ? mSun
rises. S:10 a. m.. sets, 7:1S
Mooir rises, 4:S? a. m., sets. C:S7
Potomac River clear and Shenan- !
doah muddy at Harpers Ferry yes- I
\ HHkMl Bsis_
, .. r?ter4.j- 8 p. m, fall. |
Asbury Park, X. J
Asheville. N. C..... ?2 7* ...I
Atlanta, Ga so M ....
Atlantic City. N. J. 72 ?? 1.001
Baltimore. Md. .... 74 70 2.SO I
Bismarck. N. Dak.. 7? 70 ....
Boston. Maas 70 ?6 ....I
Buffalo. X. T 68 66
Chicago. Ill 66 66 l.i?
Cincinnati. Ohio.... 8? 70 5.00 i
Cheyenne. Wyo. ... 72 ?< 0.0*1
Cleveland. Ohio 64 02 1.02
Davenport. Iowa. . 70 C8 1.10 j
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It is an opportunity indeed
to buy such watches as these
at this price. Have 14-kt
solid white gold handsomely
engraved cases and 15-jewd
adjusted lever movement.
They arc shown here in
several different shapes and
have never been sold before
at this price.
Wc Solicit i'our Charyc .IcoomnI
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