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LAY MORE EGGS,
Chickens Won't Have
Small Families in
NEW YORK. Sept. 7.?When
American chemiata finiah work on j
which they are engaged tha Amerl- (
can hen ia going: to lay aix eggs I
where ahe now produce* one. The j
hen meana well, but doean't know
what ahe could do If ahe tried.
By feeding hena titaminea, the
chemiata expect to perform thia
wonder. Inveatigatora of the Kan- I
!us State Agricultural College told i
the American Chemical Society
Wednesday at Columbia Univeraity
how they were doing It.
The hens are fed aubstartcea rich
in vitamines. Their cgga hatch
strong chicks, which In turn lay
more eggs than their mothera. Hena
deprived of vitaminea lay egga once
in a while and uaually theae are
good for nothing but the froth on
a lemon meringue pie.
The ( kftrka Are Haakler.
"So don't count your chickena ba-;
fore they're hatched" counsel the j
Kansas experlmentera. "Not half
of the chicka hatched are atrong and
vigorous when they are deficient in
Nobody has ever aeen a vitamine.
but chemiata can tell when one la
around. Dr. Atherton Seidel, of the
Public Health Service, reports that i
he haa tracked down vitaminea in
ailver salts and hopes to get them
out of the ailver before Chriatmaa.
Hookworm and pellagra are due
to leave the South when the vitamine
case is perfected. Already experiments
on pigeons and calves
prove that a living being has far
more pep when fed on vitamines.
White mice were dosed with pellagra
germs and then fed with vitamine-bearing
foods, They got well
in short order. A few cases with
lazy diseases or as the scientists
?all them, "deficiency diseases."
were fed vitamines. They now hold
Other Subject* Treated.
The chemists, assembled her* for
their sixty-sixth annual convention,
are telling how to make ucucr
leather and cheaper shoes and how
to make two automobile tires in the
time it now takes to make one.
The menace of chemical warfare
was recognized by the society today
as a "grave crisis, threatening
our chemical industry," and a resolution
urging the Washington disarmament
conference to consider
carefully the reduction of "chemical
armaments." way. passed.
"Resolved. That we urge upon the
Americal delegate* to the disarmament
conference" the resolution i
read, "most serious consideration
of the broad question of chemical
armament a* affected by the development
and maintenance of the
chemical industries in the several j
Members of the society pointed j
out t!iat Germany j* stil; the center
of chemical warfare experimentation.
Lynchburg Veteran Weds.
I.TNCHBL'RG. V?_. Sept. 7.?
Henry F Best and Miss Berin*
Ashwelt. both of Lynchburg, were
married Saturday afternoon by the
Rev. G. H. Nowbury, pastor of Memorial
Methodist Church. The
groom served with Company E.
First Virginia Infantry on the
Mexican f?ord#-r in 1916 and was
a corporal with Company L. llfth.
Infantry. Twenty-ninth Division, in |
franc*, during the world war. Tboy
in rcsiO*- here.
Sivt 30 to 50 For Cant
?. T??er% orcr*tuffed wing suite In
r jalMy rap??tr7 or *eloor AA
'*> Wisg CbS'ra. tapestry. . S25 00 j
975 Loos* Cushioa Fireside
Ibrt. **> <? t j
, C he lac Loang* W5 00
i*t mitt, comfy loose r j?hto?? In
I tmv+errj of velou*-.. tltS.tO (
I Slip rM?n 3 pr 'labor oolj) U N
| r?r?it?r? E*-spa?lstsre4 at Spatial Pnes*
.4 HO* W. MfDEVITT
| | ?t X W Mats Cl I.
Store New* for Thursday. Sept
Pretty, Comfortable. Inej
Ironing. Are the Appe.
I Crepe k
Priced for This
Special Selling al
I $2.95 and $
' VERY ONE intereited
I"* A in (tockt i? watching
the ticker like
a hawk to *ee cotton jump
highrr and higher in price.
Stifl. right in the face of
fb? fact, we are offeri
Kimono* at price* that woul
uderrd low even if the co
ket were not the "nem
a* it m.
Beautiful color* and
wrtt a* if your personal i
done it to your own oi
Ohio Guests Accompany
The President to
The President and Mra. Hardin*
attended the performance at
Keith's Theater last evening. Wltn
them In th? Presidential box, were
Mr. and Mrs. Gear** Van Fleet, of
Marion, OhLo, house guests at the
White House this week.
Prince Blbesco. minister of Rumania,
who is now at the Hotel
Chatham. New York, will today at
4 o'clock In the afternoon, open
the exhibition of Rumanian art In
the Museum of French Art. Many
distinguished persons will be present
at the opening. The collection
includes a large number of tne
finest specimens of the textile work
of Rumanian women, some of the
pieces % being from the hands of
those who did the work on the
p!endld court robes of Carmen
Sylva, and It is Queen Marie who
has interested herself in making
the work of the peasants adaptable
to women's wear of today In all
Tea will be served during the
SENATOR AND MR*. STANFIELD
WILL RKTIRX ABOUT J*KPT. 18.
Senator and Mrs. Robert Stanfield,
accompanied by their daughter.
Miss Barbara Stanfleld, will
arrive in Washington from their
home in Portland. Or eg., about
her apartment In the Connecticut
homo in the West at the opening
of the Congressional recess. Mrs.
Stanfleld did not accompany her
husband to Washington in March.
Admiral and Mrs. Albert Gleaves
I and Miss Evelina Gleaves have rej
turned to Boston aft*r having been
I the gursts over I^ibor Day of Lieut.
Commander and Mrs. Thoma?:
I Van Metre, at Newport.
Mrs. A. N. Talbot has returned to
I her apartment in the Connectcut
I after spending the summer at White
I^ake Corners. N. Y. She visited
Watch Hill. R. I., on the way home.
Her daughter. Mrs. Charles Wilson.
who has been with her at
White Lake Corners, will remain
until September 15.
SENATOR AND MRS. WATSON
HAVE SON AS CilEST.
j Senator and Mrs. James E. Wat;
son have as their guest their son,
| Captain Edwin J. Watson, who is
j on l^ave of absence before going
: to his new post at Camp Benning,
I Georgia, from Camp Pike, Ark.
Mrs. George Barnett. who nan
b*en making a series of visits at
Varragansett Pier, and other resorts.
has returned to Washington
and is at the New Willard for a few j
days before going to Wakefield j
Manor, her country home near Front I
KISS VIRGINIA SOWERS
BRIDE OF LIEUT. BALMER.
The marriage of Miss Virginia
Adams Sowers, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Franklin Sowers, and
Lieut. Jesmond D. Balmer, F. A.. U.
S. A., was solemnized last evenfng
at 8 o'clock at Mount Vernon M. E.
Church. The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. J. J. Ringer.
Lieut. Balmer is a graduate of
the University of Washington and
a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternity. He served overseas
as an artillery officer with the
26th Division and was wounded.
Announcement has been made of
thr marriajre of Miss Dorothy Meade
to Lieut. Francis Wyse Benson. U.
S. \\. which took placo Monday.
August 'i'l. in Seattle. Wash. The
brid^ is th* daughter of Mr. and
Mr*. K. R. M*adr. formerly of Pen*ac?la.
Fla.. now of Seattle. Lieut.
( f>nson is a son of Admiral and Mvs.
' William S. Benson of Washington. |
He I;: a grandson of Mrs. Wyse and
6 br other i
. 8, 1921. 4*>-30 7th St. N.W.
[pensive, and Require No
iling Features of These
Id be con- ^ \ v \) /II j
t center" 1 fflffl
earns tress ^^\\,^ 1
w-lJHtoril a r.tk.r
J1IPB^BjBS^^, ^ H
MRS. PAUL MIXTER,
Formerly Miss Vivian Stay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee
Seay, of Buena Vista, Va., whose marriage to Paul Mixtcr took
place recently. i
the late Col. Francis O. Wyse. and] daughter of the late William S.
a great grandson of the late Com-} Tucker and of Mrs. Charley A.
modore John Tope, U. S. N. < Hall, now living in Pasadena. Cat..
I-ieut. and Mrs. Benson are now to Charles II. Duell, son of the late j
on a motor trip along: the Pacific Judge Charles H. Duell, of the!
Coast, ht the conclusion of which Court of Appeals. Washington. l>.
Ueut. Benson will return to the U. C. No date Is mentioned for the
S. S. New York, which is now iti wedding. Miss Tucker has been
Pacific waters. motoring abroad during the sumHear
Admiral and Mrs. Benson j mer with Miss Kmilinc Hrown and
returned Monday evening from a Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dwell, of Meadfew
days' visit with tHeir son and j owbrook. Pa., cousin and brother!
daughterin-law. Commander and and sister-in-law of Mr. Duell.
Mr?. Howard H. J. lien son. at the! Mr. Duell was a close friend of!
Naval Academy in Annapdlis. 1 the late Col. llooacvelt. traveled j
1 with him often on his campaigns.
MISS I.KHKTIA CiAHFIKl.l) land a cousin on his mother's side j
VISITS t\( l,K IN OHIO. I of Klihu I toot. He attended Yale j
Miss I.ui-retia .Garfield. daughter 'niversity, 1911. and Now York Law :
of Dr. and Mrs. Harrv A Garfield. School. and was admitted to the
has left William,town. Mass. and b,r He I. treasurer of the ,
is the guest of her unele and a .m. ?t.publ.?an Stat? committee and
former Secretary of the Interior and -"airman -f the #?.? . omm.ttee
Mrs. James R. Garfield. in th*ir ,",,d 18 ? member of the \ ale. 1,n!on
home in AY est Mentor, Ohio r"T u V! T'i ^
Country * lubs. 11c served during
... _ . Z~ w .... the war as a regular lieutenant in j
Mis. Dorothy Rourher lett iaat!|h(, o? v sJ
Monday for Atlanta, t.a.. where . dcslrwv<.r w,..,,, operating
she will he the guest of Mr. and d f ?M..wn b?,o. IreMrs.
Charles Justi. On her rrturn ( . _ ,
, ... .. . . iland
she will resume studbs at the Tea-!
body Conservatory of Musir in f i_i WA?lo
Baltimore. Lynchburg Couple Wedh.
l.YNCHBUKG. Va.. Sept. 7.?Miss
Mrs Francis A. St. Clair. State Nonnlo llMlbo) rl?jo? and Aubrey T
regent. Daughters of the American
Revolution, after > pending tne j Tollcy. both-of Lynchburg. >*erc marsummer
in New tlampsnire, t on-| tied Monday evening at the parsonnectieut.
and Massachusetts. willaRC Qf Kivermont Avenue Baptist
return to Washington tomorrow ... , . 4, ,, , t, ,i?,.
afternoon. ",,mh bv ,h0 u"v- F """ l
, temporary pastor of that church. Th.? j
On Tuesday atternoon an inror-; groom was a corporal in Battery
mal party was given I y Mrs. Frank-j K. 314th. Fit-Id Artillery. 80th. Dllin
T. Howe. 1230 Quincy ?treet I vision, n France. Mr. and Mrs. Tolnortheast.
to her great-grandchil-\ ley went for a trip to Washngton
dren, Frederick Schmidt, 1 year and Baltimore and later will make
old: Howe Schmidt. 2 years,* and | their home a* 1309 Church street.
j Richard Schmidt. 3 years, the occa- ! ??
| sion being the joint birthday of AItMY O ItlM. It* AND ASSIGN!
Frederick and Howe. An interest - i MKXTS.
ing feature was that the china used i Infantry.
was that of the eniicinooa nays or j _ . . .. , .. ... . .
Mrs. Howe as well as china belong- , ,'ICU' ' V j" v 'I C
ing to the children's great-great- ,0"e ,he " of New Yo.rk ?
grandmother and great-great-great-j -,ohn " Judd- to *ort D
grandmother. The spoons were > A- ltussell. j
H>so relies of the Sixth generation, i Capt Albert' li. Billing to Tank
Tlie birthday rakes were adorned i Corps, Camp Meade. Md.
i with candles and the names of the Maj. Bouis B. Chandler, to Tank
I youngsters. Corps, ''amp Meade, Md.
MISS KI.17.ABF.TIT MI I.I.OV
i HltlDK OF OSCAR I'. HI M. 1-ieut. Homer Powell, Reserve
e i-.x i Corps, to aetive duty, Fort Sam
The marriage of Miss Klizabeth '
lFran.es Mulloy to Os.-ar Paul Hunt!"?""1 ; .. _ , . ?
| was solemnized on Tuesday. Sep. | Maj. Arthur N Task. r. to M alter
| tember ?. at 3 p. nr. in the presence: Washington, IV C.
of the members of their families! Col. Powell ? . I* outitleroy, to
'only. The bride and groom, both] Walter Reed, for treatment.
I of whom are well known in Wash- Maj. Robert C. M? l>onald? to
ington. left' at once for an extend- 1 Washington, l>. C.
cd trip. The bride traveled in a (0?M Artillery (orp?.
frock of Cark blue poiret twill.! , ,, . . r? .
They will lie at home ,rf Washing- ! < ' ' u,1n f?"bert r.nnham. to
ton after Ocoher 1. F,cW Artillery. < amp Knox. Ky.
Maj. Samuel H. Mcl.^ary. to tort
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Denning aJi^j McPherson, <Ia.
a party of friends made a trip Ity , C avalry.
auto to the Luray Caverns on l>al>or ,, . ... ,, * , .
r,ay 17 Maj. Pearson Menohei. to San
J. A. Key. of Marion. Ohio. ha? Capt. Wa> land B. Auger, to PreI
been a visitor in Washington thejsldio of Monterey. Cal.
I past few days. Lieut. Col. John O. Steger. adju1
tant general, to Ninth Corps area.
SPENDS A'ACATION ? I rapt. Willis P. t.'ronkhite. Q. M.
I AT ASBURY PARK. c.. to Camp Benning. '?R.
Miss Marian HeitmuHer. of 1307 Maj. Gordon 1*. lp?'Ur>*' i^dge adFourteenth
street, with her sister, vocate, <Joneral Staflv
Mrs. Frfl^st Uve. of New York Col. Kenr.ie W. talker, finance,:
nity, is spending her vacation at to cjeneral Staff.
Asbury Park. Maj. BeifT II. Hannum, ordnance,:
j Mm to Fort Bliss. Tex.
Mr. and Mr#. John Harvey. Mr. . . ^ , . . .. n
and Mrs. Harold Tomlin and Sena- ''lent o|. 'osoph R Hardin,
tor Sterling made a week-end nsh- na"c'!- ' ' orl ''l>ss. r
ins trip to Solomons Island by au- Ma-> ' rc p ' r",n,a'
tomoblle, returning Monday. i Corps, to Washington. ^
" Maj. 'William A. Sproule, Yet.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgl Eyans haye Corps, to Fort Ftliss, Tcxi
returned to their home in Nine- Capt. Gordon <?. Heiner, jr.. Field
teenth street after a summer -spent Art'JIery. to Camp Knox. Ky.
on the North Shore of Massachu- Capt. (ieorge N. Beakley. judce
setts. ! advocate, to Fort Sam Houston,
COL. KDW AnD T. IIROM \ , Capt. Forrest C. Shaffer, ordnance,
EYTERTAINX OVKIt HOLIDAY. to <>01.Kia T,.t?
Co). Edward T. Brown, of 1712!
f street northwest, and his son. i NAVY 4MIUK11*. j
Maj. Edward M. Brown, entertained Capt. William W. Phelps, to New- j
as their holiday guests at their port. K. I.
country home at Endless Caverns, Com. l'aul 1'. Blackburn, td Washnear
New Market,-Va? Mr. and Mrs. ington. D. C.
Alexander Smith and their daugh- Com. George H. Bowdy. to U. S. 8.
ter. Miss Esther Kcndrlck Smith, Florida. _
of the Highlands, and Herbert c,,m Htnry D. Cooke, to Naval.
Brown, of Wyoming, avenue. Academy. Annapolis, Md.
Miss Smith will leave Washing- "'m?n K- Cuminings, to U.
ton the, last of this week to attend _ A^Karl!'a,,
a house, party at the summer home MeFarln^rtfry 1
of Col. and Mrs. Edward T Brown. MUeUt Com. Thale, S. Doyd, to U.
on the shore ?f I.ake Erie. Miss s s Idaho
Smith will be absent fr.om VYash- Lieut. Com Hugh M. Branham, %v
Ington two weeks. c. S. S. Savannah.
1 Ueut. Com. Edmund W. Burrough.
Miss Mary Duleney Koiner, grand- I to IT. S. S. Wyoming.
daughter of the late Stftc Senator Ueut." Com. De C. Chevalier.
Koiner, of FlshervlUe, Va., Is visit-| Hamnton Koads. Va.
Ing Her schoolmate. Miss Eleanorai Ueut. Com. Roy Dudley, to U. S.,
Jorgensen. 228 East Capitol street. S. Pennsvlvania. She
will enttr Randolph-Macon: I.ieut. C6m. William E. Malloy, I?.
College at the fall opening, j s. S. Texas.
I.fout. Com. Byron B. Ralston, to
MM* 1.11.1,1 A \ TI CKHH u? S. Maryland.
TO WED C. H. nlKI.I. I.ieut. Com: Joseph M. Hedraan.
Announcement IS Made of the en- t.l 1 . s. s. New Mexico.
gaicement ut Miss ulltlan Tucker,! Lieut. Com. George N. Reeves, to
Mother Announces Engagement
NEW YORK, Sept. 7.?Mrs. David
Stewart Hendrick* of Washington,
D. C., has announced tho engagement
of ner aaugnter, mis*
Lillian W. Hendrick. of BO East
Fifty-eighth street, to Jamei Vali
Converse. Miss Lillian Hendrick,
who is well known In society in
this city, made her debut several
years ago, and i? deeply interested
In charitable and philanthropic
work. 8he is a sister of J. Thlliran
and David Stewart Hendrick,
Converse is a member of the City, j
Calumet, Bankers, Chevy Chase j
Clubs of Wasnington, ana Kacquei j
Club. His mother, ihe late Mrs.
James Converse of 875 Park ave- j
nue was, before her marriage, urovene
Vail, a daughter of the late
Theodore N. Vail. Converse's sister,
Miss Grovene Converse, married
Georges T. Aranyi, ana now j
makes her home In Paris. A ;
brother, Theodore Guy Converse, j
recenltly married Miss IS. L#ouise j
Moore. While no definite date has i
been arranged tor tne weaaing, it j
will probably take place In the
latter part of next aiinth.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore Cohu !
and Henry W. Cohu, ol 12 i^ast
Sixty-first street, nave returneu j
from an extended stav In the White
Mountains and are occupying apartments
in Briar Cliff Lodge, prior j
to opening their house for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. La Motte T. (
Cohu are at their country estate
in Nyack, N. Y. y"
Stuyvesant Kisn. wno passea j
some time at I^enox, Mass., has re- !
turnea to "Uienciyire. his country j
house at fiarrison-on-the-Hudson,
where he will remain until November
1. when he wiii take possession
of his town house. 25 (Cast Seventyeighth
street. Fish Is planning a
series of house parties whicn ne
will give at Garrison during the
duty United States Naval Academy.
Annapolis. Md. #
Lieut. Com. Robert E. Rogers, to
duty Naval Academy. Annapolis. Md.
Lieut. Com. August Schulze. to
t\ S. S. New Mexico.
Lieut, f'oni. Davis De Treville. to
! I". S. S. Israel.
Li^ut. Com. Hugh L. White, to
I*. S. S. Tennessee.
Lieut. Com. Zeno W. Wicks, to
U. S. S. Florida.
i.ieui. Com. Stanley G. Womble.
to I*. S. S. New Mexico.
Lieut. Ralph O. Davis, to United
States Naval Academy, Annapolis.
Lieut. Raymond A. Deming, to
! Eagle 33.
Lieut. Abraham De Somer. to
Great Lakes, 111.
Lieut. Abraham De Somer, destroyer
force. Atlantic Fleet.
Lieut. Otto Fries, to U. S. S.
| Lieut. Axel Lindblad, to U. S. S!
i Lieut. William A. McDonald, to
j receiving ship. Fan Francisco.
Lieut. Frederick W. Matters, to
l\ S. S. Ontario.
! Lieut. Carl J. Nerdahl, to recelvi
ins ship. San Francisco.
j * Lieut. Robert It. Ogg, to U. S. S.
Lieut. Walter H. Thomas, to receding
ship. Mare Island
Lieut. Leonard P. Wessel. to U. S.
Lieut, (j. g.) Allen D. Brown, to
Lieut, (j. g.) Raymond J- Com^I
Graduate tcaehor New Tork conservatory;
pilMTtenrfd; onecessfttl; very rruMwabl*.
Only vrriouH Mudent* neM apply. AT.1CK
MORGAN. 1348 Quinry. nw. Col 8069-W.
Trunks Repaired and
Made to Order
80 L Street N. E. 1
Save money and middle- D|
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Made in Washington 111,
I No Rraaches ? % '
Formerly .fames S. Topkam |||
Kstabll?hed 66 Years jjj
at your grocer
toek. relieved all active duty.
Lieut (J. (.) Tom Wltllmauon, to
Charleston. 8. C.
EnalCn R- H. UlUenkoetter, to XJ.
8. 8. Connecticut.
Enalffn Frank Miller, to Bureau
Baatgn William Miller, to Bureau
Ens ten Kant H. Power, to D. 8.
Ensign Harry A. Swarta, to recelvlnx
ship. Mare Island.
Enslrn Lambert Muller-Thym, to
receiving ship. Hampton Roads. Va.
Bnslcn Carl H. Troe?er. to receiving
Khtp. Mare Island.
Com. Karl Cbnesorg. to V. 8. 8.
Com. Howard F. Strlne, to V. 8.
l.leut. John P. Qllmer. to de- j
stroyer force. Paciltc Fleet.
>.!?" Franklin O. Hill, to San
I.l?u>. rtltn* P. Keenc, M. C.. to
Mare Island. Cal.
Lieut. Clarence N. Smith, M. C..
to U. S. 8. Bath.
Lieut. O. * > John W. Grasst,
D. C.. to Quantlco. Va.
Capt. Edmund W. Bonnafton, to
Lieut. Cecil H. Jernlgan, S. C.. to
Lieut. (J. g). Thayer B. Thomae,
S. C? to receiving ship. San Francisco,
Ensign Arthur L. Waltera, S. Cto
U. 8. 8. Eagle I?.
Ensign I-esile A. Williams, S. C..
to tt. 8 f. Vevarts.
Com. Jerome C. Hunsaker, C. C..
to liureait Aeronautics.
Lieut. Com. Wells Hawks (Cl-4),
to Secretary of the Navy for assignment.
Lieut. George B. Wray (Cl-2).
Lieut. (J. g.). Joseph Stsley (Cl-4)> |
honorably discharged active service :
Ensign B. F. Albertson <Cl-4>.
honorably discharged active service |
Ensign Lester P. Cooley, (Cl-3).!
to U. 8. S. Pensacola.
Ensign Frederick Ottaway (Cl-5).
to naval air station. Pearl Har- i
bor, T. H.
Lieut. <1. g.). Walter E. Scott, to
U. S. S. Saturn.
The following to Bureau of Aero- i
nautics?Lieut. Charles, H. Chatfl^l?l
(Cl-4 CO, Lieut. Walter P. Diehl j
(CC Cl-4). Lieut. C. A. Rodegerdts |
(CC Cl-4). Lieut. Walter G. Wllron
(CC Cl-4, Lieut. (J. c.) Charles <
J. McCarthy (Cl-4). Com. Herbert'
L. Roiferg (CEC Cl-2).
Ensicn Viley Clark, to U. S. S. j
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prror. Correct: Ensign Nicholas J.
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Xtandard Srhool of Kllln, a ad ladeilat
O lobe - W eraicke Co.. lilt UM r at. ear., j
151* H Street N. V. " Off*** Sfcanfcaa Hotal
will close out Today
Evening Gowns-Day Dresses
Formerly to $195
at $25 and $40
This lot includes Taffeta, Georgette. Crepe de
Chine, Net, Foulard Crepe Meteor; also a few
Organdie, Linen' Voile and Dotted Swiss.
8* 1 "S
9Mmn $om (ftamjranj
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Opca 9:15 A. M. Qok I P. H
A NEW SECTION FOR <
This section is very complete and attractive with its
back-ground of mahogany drawer tiers and new mahogany
trimmed glass cases. It is located at the east end of the
Specializing, as we do. on the
better qualities, this new section
for children's hosiery furnishes a
supply center second to none in B
this city, and one which careful VjpNzw m
mothers will greatly appreciate.
Featuring "ES-KAY-ES" Hosiery.
our own brand, a fine dyed, un- /
usually elastic, well made hose. / - ^
?Children's Fine Ribbed Cotton \
Hate, seamless feet, with reinforced >
I soles, heels and toes, in black, white ^
and cordovan. Sizes 6 to OQ
10. A pair Liv C,
?Children's Fay Stockings, the ?Children's English Ribbed
stockings that button on the Sport Hose, mercerized quality
waist; white, black and brown, with turndown cuffs. Choice of
sizes 5Xi to 8Zi, a PA brown and black. Sizes FQ
pair WaFC bZl to 9Zz. a pair wvC
I ?Children's Fiae Ribbed Mer- ?Children's 3/4 Sport Hate, in
111 cerized Hose; seamless, rein- heather mixtures: cordovan and
D forced soles, heels and toes, in gold, also red, black and tan.
| black and cordovan, Ccordovan and navy. CQ
H sizes 6 to 9/z. a pair..wUC Sizes 6 to 91, a pair Da/C
LAW SCHOOL] Riley School
(Incorporated by Special Act of
Contrrefs. > Fall term begins Monday, Sepr'ftl.",r?:rf
T-us,crr^?o w'?obCr ,embfr ,2- Complete courses
Kach Eveniuc under the direction of Joe
S^,rdo7uM.B,rdin.fM,0,,nhd" ' shelby R,lfy- M- ^ c,
m.p.i* ?na qualifying for ximis- : LL.D. Special evenjz classes
sion to examination to the liar.
Students by intensive Study ! falalftmia on ramfit
may , ompi?io the maximum Catalogue mailed on request.
work offered in shorter time. | por lnformatlon address
For catalogue or other information.
apply National t'nivera- f C I>?| rv
ity IjHW Ruildinu. PlS-lSth Street + IUU-1
N. W. THcphono Main 6617 and I 11IA T C? K! Uf
Franklin 2*0!?. | MIO r W. W.
PER YEAR Emerson Institute
CHIROPRACTORS (KstalilUhH 1K52)
WANTED EVERYWHERE *???* * opr>. ^rr. it
>KW CI.AflWB* 1% ALL
Ton Cab Do the Sam* or Better >| i s
Wo TF AJN YOU IN A SHORT TIKE D%v %%D K% K%9%u SCHOOL
PALMER METHOD for *r\ on 'BOH
i Palmer Te it book* uaed. I KVF\|\G 'lUHOOL I 'OR
Male and Female fttndenu. W<MEK Itpwtt Iron Vea'a
Common ftebMl Ed u ration SirtT?cient. I School
PEliREKS: Doctor, Mmi-t and TMI- j Prepares f?r Roller* ard Pfofeao?opher
of Chiropractic. Monal Schools. *
_ ? ~V. s Naval Academv. I S. MillM.?bly
Payment. ' tary A.-ademv: Consular ?o4
Day ar Emia| Claw*. v
rail. Pboae or * rite for further la. Diplomatic SfrvK-.
formation tod.? ?IUTK?* ?AT*I.O?.C*.
Etbbs School of Chiropractic Phone* Pruikim ???:.??((
?16 14TH BT. KW j
0"" ?.? , NATIONAL SCHOOL
V FINE AND APPLIED ART
?????-?? nCMX MAHOM, Director.
GEORGETOWN "" " "
LAW SCHOOL tTL^wSS?&,cSzr
*ea?l?tn* af 1A2I-1A22 f owairare litwinr Dworatka, r?t??e Daatfi, TetOrtaber
1, 1K1, at oil* ItrMf*. ? gjpr. i nw*Mal Dnviac.
P- m- IJfr. Sketch I'aint In* aad ModHU* Dmm.
Individual Instruction. l*mfeaatoMl Coorooo.
Afternoon conraea for lat. 2nd. 3rd. j Honrs for Rofl?t ration. 11 to 2. 4 to
poktaradoatoa and potest Uw cUaaea doily. School t??u.a October lot.
5:10 to 7 p.#. 1 Sew
moraine coarao for trst 7 oar
class. 9:90 to 12:10 a. m.
Two distinct, parallel cour%ea. each OEOROC WAOHINOTON
leading la Uree yean to Bachelor of UNlVERblTY LAW BCHOOL
Law. decree Co-tiiK-ati.aa 1
For lafoimatloh. apply ta Baatn. &?ta y..r Buck
1. Keja a, M.A I.L.D . PI. D. ZSUr ?T I^I^aT liariaa
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Georgetown law School Bulldinj. Appra?W Katkadi af laatructiari r.U
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non' Optiaaal Karalat Olaaaaa. T:M ta :?*.
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O'Connor School of die JK 77
Spoken Word. J
Eipreulon. Self Development. ' WASHIMGTQN COLLEGE
Public Speak inc. Dramatic Art. OF LAW
Speech Defects. Confidence. Poise. .. ...
Charm. Teachers Course. Private ' VV-I, ve.. -a.a
or Class Instructions. Tweaty l)* p ^ '
, Day ar K?eal??. laMloa IV. per \mmwm
' , _ Mains aits i? Tiaa p. M_
MILLS BUILDING t.afer. k?m.| UJL t-U*.
17lb aM re???. A?f. OfTler Haara II n.m. la a a. ??.
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