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Vice President Plans to
Visit Father in
By EVELYN C. HUNT.
Vice President and lire. Coolld*e,
T*bo attended the tercentenary celebration
at Plymouth, are now at
9Vamacott, Mass., where they expact
to remain until the last of
ta)s week. If his duties will perfult.
Mr. Cool idee will visit his
father. John Coolldge. at Plymouth.
Vt.. before returning to Washing-1
The Ambassador of Peru and
Mme. Peset will return Monday
ffrotn a motor tour of New England..
The secretary of the Italian Embassy.
Andrea Oeisser Celesla* di
Vegliasco. will return to the embassy
on August IS.
GOO TO *KABHIGI1T.
Arthur Yencken, third secretary
of the British Embassy, will leave
Saturday for Seabrlght. going by
motor. Mr. Ycncken will spend a
week playing in the Seabrlght tennis
tournament and from there will
go to Southampton for ar*>ther
week's tennis. He expects to Join
the bachelors of the British Embassy
*tar at Bar Harbor about
^ The newly appointed counselor
of the Japanese Foreign Office and
Mrs. Frederick Moore are occupying
the residence at ISIS Wyoming avenue
through the summer months
and will not start for Japan until
after the disarmament conference
to be held in the autumn.
The Secretary of the Japanese
Embassy and Mme. Saburl entertained
at dinner last evening at
their home on Magnolia parkway.
Oievy Chase, in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Moore. Covers were laid for
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beale McLean
will leave shortly for Saratoga.
Mr. McLean is out of town
now for a brief stay.
C APT. AMD MR*. SMITH
TO SAIL FOR BKLGRADfl
Capt. and Mrs. Gordon-Smith will
sail In a few days for Belgrade,
where they will pass several months.
Mr.*. Ashmead Fuller left yesterday
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Langlais at White Hock. Me., where
they are spending the summer.
Hampson Gary has resigned as
l"n?*ed States Minister to Swltserland
and has entered the practice
of law In this city in partnership
with Wad*? Ellis, a pre r nent Washington
Dr. and Mrs. P. J. Lenox have
gone to Cliff Haven, N. Y.. to pass
the remainder of the summer.
MIMHTKR OF *KKRIA
to (.irr *kw po>t.
Th* Minister of Serbia and Mme.
Clrouiteh. who are in Serbia for the
summer, are expected here in Oc- J
#obcr. hut only for a brief stay. J
3s ** new Minister to Washington
is to be appointed soon, though no I
one yet been definitely settled
upon. Pr. Grouitch may be a."signed
to the Serbian legation in
Cards have been received in Washington
announcing that Mrs. Edwin
T. Earl, of I-os Angeles, Cal.. and
Col William Eric Fowler, of this
city, were married on Wednesday.
Jnly 27. at noon, in Los Angeles,
and that Col. and Mrs. Fowler will
be at hom?* after October 1 at 1712
H street, in this city.
VIM Ol XT AMI) LADl PRVtK
A!?CK*D GRAY LOCK BY AI TO.
Viscount and Lady Bryce were
members of a party motoring to
the top of Gray lock, the highest
mountain in Massachusetts, recently.
Others in the party were Gen.
Women alert to style news n
Fashion has decL
They will also be pleased
learn that we have selected sc
eral styles, and offer them at
price lower than is likely to pi
vail later. The mellow tcxtur
oi Glove Silk, its durable wca
ing quality and its economy
noticeable, especially *9 1
in our stock, pair jOtl
Another new and modish uui
Lace Silk Hosiery
In white, black and Cordova
- Considering the fact that 1c
shoes will be worn just as la
as weather permits?all wint<
in fact, for evening occasions
now is a timely season to pu
I chase in advance, C
I Special, pair, at
L Autumn tints of tan ai
I brown in
I Silk Hosiery
|>' Best makes and such a v
I Full-fashioned, narrowed heels
I the new fall footwear.
$2.00, $2.25, $2.50
I SILK STOCKINGS
Special Pnrckase, 2,700 P?i
I Two different style, and
f and black Moat of the vtsei
I pure ?llk.
I Then there are fiber silk
I srray and cordovan. All have
K] nnkle and are exceptional va
9%. thin is a i-hancf to get an
I Hrtl Fl?or? l.a>?
Wife of Lieut. ?dtar|
Arthur Musgrave. Col. and Mrs. !
Archibald Hopkins and Dr. John I
I H. Denlson.
Judge John Barton Payne, former
Secretary of the Interior, who is
now In Europe. Is expected home
about August is. He will go to I
Warren ton. Va., for a visit, upon
Judge Payne, a native of Fan- I
quier County, is greatly Interested
| in the proposed memorial library
for Warrenton and has offered a
large sum of money toward Its erec|
tlon. He owns the St. Leonard's
Farm, near Warrenton.
MR*. KRAKKL1X K. UXK
GIKST OF MR*. XKW LANDS.
Mrs. Franklin K. Lane, who 1"as J
been the guest of Mrs. Blaine Beuio
at the Connecticut. Is spending several
days with Mrs. Francis G. Newlands
at her home on Massachu- I
settn avenue. Urn. Lane will leave
I on Sunday for Blue Rldgc Summit.
where she will be joined later
by taer daughter. Mrs. Philip Kauffmann
and her infant son. Franklin
Mr. Kauffmann will spend the
week-end with his wife and son
at Blue Ridge.
Mrs. E. C. Brand^nberg is leaving
Friday to spend a month in Maine.
Mrs. Howard Nyman left by motor
yesterday for New York where
she will visit her son. Later she
will go by motor, to New England
and Nova Scotia.
Miss Sidney Webb, daughter of j I
Mrs. John Sidney Webb left yester- I
day to visit her brother-in-law and j
sister. Dr. and Mrs James F I
Mitchell, at Bar Harbor. She will I
be absent about a month.
ADMIRAL A SO WIFE
LEAVE FOR ENGLAND.
Hear Admiral and Mrs. William J
S. Brown son sailed yesterday for II
Miss Marria Chapin. daughter of I
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Chapin. I
is visiting Miss l eggy Martin. I
daughter ot Mrs. Thomas C. Martin I
in Cobourg. Canada.
HAMPSON* TO PA**
MONTH AT SEASHORE.
Mrs. Joseph llampson and M?s? I
Frances Hampson will leave here I
the end of this week for Atlantic I
City where they will *tay at the I
& Brother 1
ill be delifbted to learn that
?red in favor of
Silk Hosiery I
ariety of weights and styles.
i that lend a slender line; all I
I, $3.89 and $3.50
L, $1.00 I
(trades; Russian Calf, tan
) are ? and ?4. These are B J
:s In black. African brown! I '
seamed backs and narrowed MR I
lue, so If you can wear > or Mril
ample supply at a low price. |||jj| ,
bsrgk Jk Brother Ml ;
^ . v |
^* ilfeijjb' a]
IHi^ * m '.ml
's~ % /$$%/*; <^^Hk| %
pr j*** JIkY I
F*EIv* |K i,
BQF* ^ ' ]
D L. GENCH,
i L. Gench, U. S. N.
Chelae* Hotel until the middle of
Mr. and Mri. Mark Sullivan left
yesterday for a two-week motor
trip through New England and on
their return they will take possesion
of their new home. 2301 Wyoming
Mrs. WIHIam Balch Willlamton.1
of Washington and Warrenton, Va.,
announces the engagement of her
daughter. Miss Margaret Williamson.
to William Henrv Hoyt of
No date has been set for the wedding.
but It Is thought that It will
take plare In the early autumn.
Miss Williamson is a sister of Mrs.
Walter H. Robertson. , of Warrenton.
who is remembered in Washington
and Georgetown as Miss
Gertrude Williamson. She and her j
mother make their home In Washington
at 1**5 II street and spend
their summers In Warrenton. where
Mrs. Williamson has a cottage. Miss
Williamson, who has been for Rome
years a teacher In the Washington
sclools. Is a granddaughter of tlie
late Capt. Hamilton Sheppard and
Mrs. Sheppard. formerly of Warrenton.
Mr. Hoyt is a lawyer by profession
and practices in New York. He
has written several legal textbooks
which are highly regarded. He is
connected with the Swings and the
Shermans, well know.ii In Washington.
and with many prominent
Miss Williamson and Mr. Hoyt
were with Mrs. Williamson in Warrenton
over the last week-end.
Col. and Mrs. T. Q. Donaldson
have their son, capt. John O. Donaldson.
visiting them for a short
Fleming Newboid has left Washington
and gone to join Mrs. Newhold
in camp in the Adirondack*
MRS. PITCH TO VISIT
DA1GIITEB AT >EWPOHT.
Mrs. H. W. Fitch left Fishers
Island yesterday for Newport,
where she will be the guest of her
son-in-law and daughter. Comdr.
and Mrs. Stephen c. Kowan . Comdr.
RRowan is stationed at the War
Colege at Newport.
Comdr. William McEntee. U. S. N..
and Mrs. McEntee are at the Hotel
Astor In New York for a few days
prior to making a month's tour
through to Boston and the Berkshires.
Later they will go to Newport
News. Va. Comdr. and Mrs.
McEntee recently sold their house
J- H. Paris, of Washington, director
of the Lafayette Hotel, sailed
with Mrs. Paris for Holland on
Saturday. They left on the steamer
Rotterdam and. after a tour of Holland.
will bisit France and England.
_ I.ieut. Francis Kendall O'Brien.
U. S. N., aide to Admiral Edward
Simpson, commanding the Atlantic
fleet, has been at the Hotel Astor in
New York for a week, and will
leave shortly for Canada en route
to San Francisco, where he will
Join Admiral Simpson.
Lieut. Coradr. and Mrs. E. J Foy
are at the Hotel Chatham. Vw
MAJ. AND MRS. YATES
AT HOTEL ASTOB. NEW YORK.
Maj. and Mrs. Julian K. Yates,
who are stationed at Fort Myer,
Va.. are at the Hotel Astor, New'
York, for a brief stay.
Rev. Henry A. Tupper. pastor of
the Baptist Church on Sixteenth and
O streets, left Monday for a vacation
to be spent in New Hampshire
Mr. Tupper expects to be away from
the city until after the flrst week
Miss Elsie Halbert. of Philadelphia.
Pa., is visiting her cousin. Miss
Miss Julia Atwooj left the early
part of the week for Bucksport, Me
where she will remain for several
weeks on a visit to her parents.
Gov. and Mrs. Thomaa W. Hardwick
gave a reception at the Georgian
Terracc Hotel In Atlanta on
Tuesday In compliment to the general
assembly of Oeorgla. Gov
Hardwlck was formerly Senator
Pl*n Better Roads
MOUNT RAINIER. Md.. Aug J ?
Mount Rklnler Is planning an e*lensive
road improvement campaign,
former Mayor Perry Boswell has
Keen named chairman of a road commission
with Shelby Smith, secresry
to handle details. Other mem>ers
of the committee are Carl Bock,
ind G. A. O'Connor. The commute*
* seeking bids for 10.08* yards of
rinders delivered on tli? streets
For Big Show
Reginald Vunderbdt to
Run Newport Horse
YORK. Aug. Reginald C.
Vanderbllt. who has b?sn In Europe
for several months, will sail to' this
country tomorrow to preside ?t the
annum; Newport hor?e show, which
will open on August H.
Kr and Mia Arrfbross Ely Chambers
will go to Southampton tomorrow.
where they will pas. wme
time aa the guests of Mr Chamber.'
parents. Dr. and Mrs. P. Lswellyh
Chambers at Bonaere.
' Mra G. Hunter Brown, who la visiting
her son-in-law and daughter.
Mr and Mrs. Edmund S. Twining,
jr.. at Southampton, will sail for
Europe tomorrow to spend the remainder
of the summer abroad.
Mrs. Frederick Martin Davlea and
her daughter. Mlas Emily Davles,
of 20 East Eighty-second street,
who have been passing several
months abroad. will
country today. Shortly after their
arrival they will s? toJouthampton
and Join Frederick M and
Audrey Davles. who arewith Mrs
Davles' father. Eugene M. O^ell.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Chester
French have as their guest" at their
country place In L^no*. Mass., Mr
and Mrs. Edward Chilton, of this
Mrs. Stuart Duncan will give
lfc dinner party -omorrow evfnlng
st Bonnie Crest, her villa In
Newport, for the tennis players who
are competing in the Invitation l?nnls
tournament at Newport this
week The dinner will be followed
bv dancing Mrs. Lawrence Lewis
Gillespie will give a dinner party
at her villa this evening snd on
Saturday evening. THE
r.reea.t f.r Today ?' Tomorrow.
For the District | yy :
of Columbia and ^ " HfN
Maryland, fair to- ^ / / A
day and tumor- ^ 0 IJ /
row: somewhat rj
warmer tomor- * Wj ?
row: gentle to Bw S.
moderate north- Kw I
east and east f v?f /X
winds. JT ?'
For Virginia. *1
generally fair to- j
day. except prob- J?i, * * V, V
[ably showers and ,v": '/'
cooler In extreme 11
southeast portion: tomorrow fair,
with slowly rising temperature:
moderate to fresh north and northeast
Lara I Tessperatare.
Midnight 71 12 noon 7?
I a. m 68 2 p. m 71
4 a. m ?* 4 p. 67
( a. m ?* ? p. m *6
8am 70 8 p. 66
10 a. m 72 10 p.
Highest. 73.2. I.owest. 66.J.
Relative humidity?8 a. m.. 91;
2 p. m.. 94; 8 p m.. 86.
Rainfall (8 p m. to 8 p m ), .42.
Hours of sunshine. 0.
Per cent of possible sunshine. 0.
Accumulated excess of temperature
since .January 1. 1921. 896.
Deficiency of temperature since
August 1. 1921. 10.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
since January 1. 1921, 2.37.
Deficiency of precipitation since
August 1. 1921. .11.
Temperature same rlate last year
?Highest. 78: lowest. 56.
(Data furnished by U. S. Coast
and Geodetic Survey.)
High water. 8:10 a. m . 3 ft ? in.:
8:39 p. m., 3 ft- 3 In.
lx>w water. 2:16 a. m.. 1 In. lower;
2:54 p. m. 2 in. lower.
Sun rises 5:11 a. m.. sets 7:17 p. m
Moon rises 6.09 a. m . sets 7:40
Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers
both muddy at Harper} Ferry yesterday
8 p.m. fall.
Asheville. N. C 84 72 0.50
Atlanta. Ga 90 78 0.56
Atlantic City. N.J... 68 64 0.86
Baltimore. Md 68 66 0.40
Bismarck. N. Dak... 90 .88 ....
Boston. Mass 72 66 ....
Buffalo, N. Y 76 70 ....
Chicago. Ill 74 72 ....
Cincinnati, Ohio <8 1.3.
Cheyenne. Wyo 82 78 0.02
Cleveland. Ohio 72 <2 0.01
Davenport. Iowa.... 82 18 ....
Denver, Colo 88 82 ....
Deg Moines. Iowa 80 ^8 ....
Detroit. Mich 74 72 ....
Duluth, Minn 0.0.
E1 Paso. Tex 92 8.
Galveston. Tex 88 84 ....
Helena. Mont 84 18 0.06
Indianapolis. Ind <8 76 0.64
Jacksonville. Fla - 9. 86 0.01
Kansa* City. Mo 76 .4 ....
Little Rock. Ark.... 90 76 0.o2
Ix>s Angeles. Cat 80 76 .
Louisville. Ky 76 74 0.54
Marquette. Mich 66 6. 0.01
Memphis. Tcnn 78 .8 1.0.
Miami. Fla 86 82 ....
Mobile. Ala 99 84 0.50
New Orleans. I.a... 94 84 ....
New York. N. Y 61 64 0.60
North Platte. Nebr.. 86 76 0.01
Omaha. Nebr 82 76 ..
Philadelphia. Pa 64 *4 0.8.
Phoenix, Arix -106 104 ....
Pittsburgh. Pa 74 7# 0.16
Portland, Me <1 *4 ....
Portland. Oreg 74 74
Salt Lake City. Utah 88 88 ....
St. l>ouls, Mo 80 76 ....
St. Paul. Minn 82 76 0.06
San Antonio. Tex*... 96 94 ....
San D|ego. Cal.... 70 70 }
San Francisco, Cal.. <9 ??
Seattle. Wash 70 68 ....
Springfield. Ill 80 7* ....
Tampa. Fla 94 84 0.24
Toledo, Ohio 74 72 0.01
Vlcksburg. Miss 92 88 ....
Shares Death in Vain
Effort to Save Wife
CHICAGO. Aug. S.?Brer Gustafson.
57 years old. and his wife.
Emma. 56 years old. are both dead
today, because the husband rifused
to stand aside and se his helpmate
of three decades struck down by
a speeding sutomoblle without making
an effort to save her life.
The (Justsfsons were returning
home after an evening at the movies,
with Brer a few steps ahead of his
wife as they were crossing a boulevard.
A speeding car was bearing
down on Mrs. Gustsfson. when
the husband leaped to her rescue.
Both were struck down and died
a few hours latsr.
Next week B. F. Keith's bill will
be beaded by the Mastersingers in
"At the Club;" Molly Mclntyre and
0. C. Hilliam in "Song*, Exclusive
and Different." and Kddle Kane and
Jay Herman in "A Ragtime Cocktail."
Others listed are Bessie Rempel;
Ben Bernie; *Dance Fantasies,*'
with Frederick Easter and Beatrice
Bquire; Ann Ford and George Goodridge;
Garclnettl Brothers; Aesop's
Fables. Topics of the Day and Pathe
Mile. Itialto, with June Martoni
and company, will present at the
Cosmos Theater next week a dancing
spectacle, a riot of motion and
a blase of color, under the simple
title "Ix>ok." It will disclose eight
beautiful girl dancers in ensemble
numbers. The Four Harmony Kings
will come with an offering of songs
and Instrumental music. Others
will include Nat erome and company,
who will present a pretty
home sketch called "Our Childreiv"
the Yakedo Japs. In feats of skill
and magic; Morton Brothers. In
harmonica playing, paper tearing
and dancing, and Alveredo, the
crazy juggler, with an act to be
announced. The added matinee
photoplay will picture Frank Mayo
In "The Magnificent Brute." L.uclen
Hubbard's screen version of the
story by Malcolm Stuart Boylan.
"A Monkey Hero" will be the film
laughmaker and with the International
News and other short films
will b? shown at all performances
A delightful bill of vaudeville and
film features will be presented at
the performances Sunday, starting
at 3 p. m.
Bert Walton is making friends at
the Strand Theater this week in
'Who'll Be the Next line to Cry
Over You?" Beginning Sunday,
the "Pep-O-Mint Revue" wiTl be
presented by Harry Downing and
a company of youthful stars, others
will include La Vaux, the Hilton
Sisters. Tom Overholt and Lillian
| Young, and Harry White.
Record-breaking midsummer attendance
is continuing th4s week
at Crandail's Metropolitan Theater,
where Alice Uke and Larry Semon
are the pictured stars of "Over the
Wire." Beginning Sunday Charles
Ray will appear in "A Midnight
Bell " Ray combines humor, mystery
and thrills. The bill, as usual.
I will be supplemented by short
COM Mill \
'The Lzost Romance." Is proving
one of the greatest photoplay offerI
ings of the season at Loew's ColumI
bla Theater. Thomas 11. lnce's picturization
of Louis Joseph Vance's
story of East and West. "The
Bronze Bell." in which Courtney
Foote. Doris May. Slaire Dubrey and
others are featured, will be presented
beginning Sunday afternoon.
Thursday and Friday of th?s
week. Crandail's Knickerbocker
i Theater will present Will Rogers In
Guile of Women." and "Our Navy
In Oction." Saturday. Sidney Chaplin
will star in "King Queen.
Joker.'* Next week's attractions
are: Sunday and Monday. Charles
Ray; Tuesday and Wednesday. Alice
Uke; Thursday and Friday, "Bunty
I Pulls the Strings"; Saturday. Wallace
Reid in "Too Much Speed."
"Foolish Matrons" Is being presented
at Loew's I'alace Theater this
week. "I Am Guilty." J. Parker
I Read's latest production for Louise
| Glaum, based on the story by Brad!
ley King and featuring in Its cast
Mahlon Hamilton. Claire Dubrey. Joseph
Kilgour. Ruth Stonchouse. May
; Hopkins. George Cooper and many
! others. will be presented next Sunday.
RED AGENT RAISED
PRICES IN INVOICE
Got $100,000 Through Purchase
of Motion Picture
NEW PORK. Aus- 3.?ratrick A.
Powers, head, of the Film Products
Company, of Rochester, today told
the story of his dealings with
| Jacques Roberto Ctbario to Assistant
District Attorney Jerome SimI
mons. Mr. Simmons has been as'
signed to conduct the prosecution
of the representative of the Soviet
! government, who was arrested yesterday
"charged with larceny of
nearly 11.000.000. Tho monejr, It
was charged, was procured from the
National City Bank by various devices.
Mr. Powers later told reportera
the story of his dealings with CI b?rio.
He said Cibarlo came to him
in the fall of HIS and placed an
order for 12.000.000 feet of raw
s'.ock film. The film, he told Mr.
Powers, was to be consigned to him
in Moscow through a forwarding
agent. He atked Mr. Powers to Invoice
the stock at approximately
1350.000. Of this amount. Mr. Powers
related, he refunded 1100.000 to
Cibarlo. The Soviet agent later
asked the power company to buy
back the tllm. saying he could not
use It. When this was refused, he
started a suit to get back the full
amount of the purchase price.
Mr Powers said the market price
for raw film, at the time of the
transaction, was 2's cents a foot.
He said he sold it to Cibarlo at
2.38 cents a hundred feet, but invoiced
It at 3.SO cents. Several
others told the assistant attorney
of their dealings with Mr. Cibarlo.
The accused man is at liberty on
ball, and will be arraigned in the
Tomba Police. Court Thursday
New Record for Receipts
In Montgomery County
x ROCKVIL.LE. Md.. Aug. ? ?The
annual statement of County Treaaurer
Berry E. Clark, which has Juat
been submitted to the county commlsslonera,
shows the total receipts
during the year, ending June 3t>,
wera tl.tl0.S14.58 and the disbursements
t*t0.32?.31. leaving on hand
The receipts for the year were the
largtst In the history of the county
and the coat of collecting and disbursing.
which was three-tentha of
one per cent, waa conaiderably leaa
than the cost of collecting taxes In
sny other county In the State.
Shorthand is written so as to
keep pace with ordinary public
speakers, at a rate of from 110 to
180 words per minute. Records of
from 200 to 150 words a minute
hav* bean made.
V - '' ' - ' " '"Hf - V; :
Elsie Ferguson stars at Crandall's
Theater today In "Sacred and Profane
Love." The last two days this
week Thomas Melghan will play
"The City of Silent Men.- The first
three days next week Dorothy Dalton
will play "The Idol of the North."
Wednesday and Thursday, Thomas
Melghan In "White and Unmarried;"
Friday and Saturday, The Woman
God Changed." with Seen a Owen and
E. Jj. Lincoln.
Those who seek a pleasant evening's
recreation can And It In a
trip to Cheaapeake Beach, an hour's
ride from the city. Trains leave the
Dlatrlct line each evening at 6:30,
reaching the beach before dark and
giving two and a half hours In
which to enjoy the amusements.
A tew hours' ride on the historic
Potomac on the steamer Charles
Macalester brings one to beautiful
Marshall Hall, pne of the oldest of
Washington's summer resorts. The
Macalester makes three trips daily
to Marshall Hall, at 10 a. m., 2:30
p. m. and 6:4G p. nr. stopping at
Mount Vernon on ^he first two trips.
To those contemplating an afternoon
on the waters of the Potomaor
interested in the many historic
points that line its banks, the 40mile
trip on the steamer Charles
Macalester next Sunday afternoon
will appeal. The steamer will leave
Seventh stret wharf Sunday afternoon
at 2:30. returning to Washington
about p. m.
CHEVY CHASE LAKE.
To dancing, rh an attraction at
tiie I*ake, have been added "specials"
on three week nights. Tuesday
Is lurky number night. Thursday
evening a singer entertains
with the latest song hits and Saturday
there is free dancing from 8
1 to 8:30 p. m. Music is supplied by
; Meyer Davis' two orchestras. Dancing
starts every evening at 8:15.
STEAMER ST. JOIItS.
As the peak of the vacation sen- ;
son Is being reached Colonial peach.
"Washincton's Atlantic City," is .
gaining in popularity as a summer
resort. The Steamer St. Johns
leaves on its week-end trips every i
Saturday at 2:30 p. m and Sunday |
at 9 a. ni.. returning to Washington I
at 11 p. m. Sunday evening. Then
In also a sailing at 9 a. m. Thursday, j
The regular 40-mile moonlight rides 1
are featured Monday. Wednesday j
and Friday evenings at 7:15 p. m.
( LEX ECHO PARK.
The management of tilen Echo
| Park, through it* open-air ballroom, j
has solved the problem of summer
| dancing. The ballroom is always ;
swept by brre*es. and nature i*
j aided by powerful electric fans.
Music is furnished by Oehmans orchestra
of nine. There are many
other amusements at the park.
( REAT FALLS PARK.
Sunday will be a day of spermi
features at beautiful Great Falls!
Park. A musical program is arranged
for the afternoon and Vve?4- j
ing concert?. Added attractions f??r j
the children, outdoor sports, dancing
weekday evenings, and futhin^ '
and boating parties are schedule!
for the coming week. Hikers enjoy |
the trips to the historic- ruins.
FUND FOR SHIPPING
Request for $125,000,000 for
Operation Reduced to
The request of Chairman I-nskc |
of the l*nited( States Shipping (
Hoard for a deficiency appropriation !
of 9126.HOO.OOO with which to operate
the board during the next ?ix
months will be slushed to between i
$35,000,090 and 140,000.000. mem- 1
bers of the House Appropriations;
Committee said Tuesday.
The committee worked on the !
i preparation of the bill Tuesday. :
j_After the meetingit was stated thit
j a figure between I35.00<?.000 and
$40,000,000 was being used by the
committee on a basis for the appro-;
Chairman l^asker will not b?
I given any money for purposes fori
which he was unable to convince
the committer there was not an urgent
During the three days in which
Mr. I^a?ker was prilled bv the com?
| mittee he admitted that a large
part of the deficiency appropriation j
he was requesting was not absolutely
needed, but he told the commit-j
tee that If he were given the sum
he asked fcr. lie could administer
the affairs of the board better than
If he were limited in his expendi- j
Among the estimates was approximately
J50.rt00.0no for the settlement
< unadjudicated claims
against the Shipping Hoard. This
request was reected hv the Appropriations
Committee with little dis- j
' Marriage Licenses
Unle?? otherwise ?pecifie<l all the follow-j
in* ppli?nnt" nre from thi* Hty.
Willi*m llrant. 42. and Sarah Tate. 43.
The Iter. S. Miller
Thonian Cillnnv 4'J. and Itora 1'irlfr, 20.
The Rev. t\ A. DeVaushn.
Paul A. Miller. 27. and Willie lMri?. 1*.
The Her. J. N. Randolph.
James Roger*. 2s. .?ni| Mi'ion M. Mat
lern. 27. of Chevy Cha^e. Md. The Rev.
11. R. Johnson.
F. Ilopkin*. 2S. and tl-on Nanee. 24.
both of Bedford. Vs. Tlie Rev. A. F. An
William T. Joller. 37 of Freedom, Pi.,
and May Siller 82. of Baltimore. Md. The
Rev. J. H. Jeffrie*.
Je*>e A. Rawle>. 23. of Charehvilln. Vs.. I
and Roue I? Slmp-on. 23. of Purrellrille. Va. j
The Rer. J. 1>? non.
Job. N. Butler. S3, ai?l Blanche JobBMOn. ;
1. The Dev. A. Rayle*.
Guatave J. Blr.cH. 33. an.1 Uuri E. Imlr.
82. of >larlon. Olllo, The lie v. H. H. H.ork
John It. liolden. 21. and r.ladjra E. Ilobert on,
1#. The Iter. E. M. Berferatork
Franc-la A. Auldridfe. 25. and Mary E.
Couena. 1?. The Kev. P. fliraa.
John Rlchardaon. M, and Lasra Towlea. |
40. The Kev. <3. U. llarrl?.
Archibald C. Turner. 28. and Byrdte V.
Tudor, 22. both of I'anM. Meade. Md. The
Rer. J. U. Jeffrie..
Wilbur F. llnrlow. 23. and Mabel H. j
Cha pin. 21. of Boaton. Mhm. The Kev. A.
wteneT- covartovi- ?C4.iasi?
^REO LINE MESSCMfCR 5tRVKX
Vi I 1,1 II , . ii + J,
1519 H Street N. W. Oppose Skorekui iM
HALF and LESS former prices rale
Former costs and values are being utterly disregarded
in our desire to finally clear our wardrobes
of remaining Fashions, many of which are
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so advanced in style that they will be fashionable
and serviceable for wear well into the autumn.
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HHotot ^ons (UmGfrang
I THE BUSY CORNER PCNK. AVENUe AT *TH ITW1
I Open 9:15 A. HI. ^ Clcse 6 P. M.
| A Big August Clearing of
I Smart Summer
-?We have gathered up the many broken lines of model: formerly
selling for much more than in our clearance price.
?There are values in the lot from $8.95 to $19.90.
Choice in the clearance?
H ? Probably many more warm days coming this month, and per- I
H haps in September, when you will want one or more wash frocks H
I to supplement your wardrobe. Our price tomorrow is very little I
II for such charming dresses. Among them are:
H ?Organdy frocks, pretty dotted swisses, dotted organdies, crepe I
Q de jures. Iinenes and linens, many figured voiles; also plain and |
I'dotted voiles. They arc made up in the latest styles.
?The s es. of course, are broken, but there are all sizes?16 to |
20 years. 36 to 40 bust and a limited quantity size 48 to 52?in the H
lot in one or another style.
A Busy Day Today on Slip-Over Dresses at $2.99
?Which you will find at the Street Floor Bargain Table.
?They are made up in all wanted colors in linene. guimpes are I
made of Swiss or linene. some have the little white guimpe set into H
the dress. Sizes 16 to 20 years and 36 to 44 bust.
fniTiKs or i.ovi:imif.\t i?s:part?k\t* at a guxcri
Chart showing all rfcpartm.nl* and bureau* of 11)P r. S. Government.
with complete, authoritative am! instructive description
t?f the essential details of the administrative duties of officials In
IteautifuUy colored, with half-tones of President Harding and
Vice President I'nolidse
Size. 16,4XlT'a. Suitable for framing.
I'rice. IV Oat*. Postpaid.
EVKRV RATI RI1AT?R.N PER TEAR
OFFICIAL MACA7.1M' OK THE
| NATIONAL FEDERATION OF FEDERAL EMPLOYEES 1
!S lll.AKUl AH I I.Kt
A "phony" ring, a framedup
burglary and a gossipy
neighbor almost spelled
f Blue \
'The Oak from the Aeon"
A "Blue Ribbon" Story
# Complete in
Next Sunday's Herald
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