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j. forsyth wgges,
killed in battle,
to be buried here
^ Mhinjton Boy Slain by
German Shell at Chateau
. J*' hody of J. Forsyth Dlfiei.
nner Washington school boy
w?i? *" kuiwl *' bateau Thierry,
wui %riiTe next week in Wuhluaccording
to word received by
. was a graduate of St.
?"n * Academy, He served with
District National Guard on the
*?*lean border and then enlisted In
, . rffnlar army. He was at^*ched
to the Fifth Redment of
arinea. At the outbreak of the
?ar h? was assigned to the 8lgnal
Bwrled by shell.
At <'hatsau Thierry Dines and a
"mpanlon were repairing wires.
Z" Germans opened lire and the
men ran to a nearby well. A few
minutes later a shell blew In a side
" well, burying Digges.
_ * was a direct descendant of
c*rr?ll- of Duddlngton. hnd
William Dudley Dirges, owser of
' allium Castle manor, an estate of
*.000 acres in Maryland, a few miles
from Washington. Upon arrival of
the body in this city interment will
be made in Mount Olivet Cemetery
heside his mother.
D. 11. Sutherland.
Funeral services for D. M. Sutherland.
son of the late Surgeon
General Sutherland, will be held today
at Arlington Cemetery. Mr.
Sutherland died last Wednesday at
tne Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat
Hospital. He is survived by three
sisters: Misses Lucy, Katharine and
Agnes Sutherland, of the Cordova
apartments, and a brother, who is In
the army. Honorary pallbearers
will be Charles H. Calvert, Jr.. Robert
Hume. F. F. Hight, Percy Kaufman.
F. G. Matchette and Clayton
to meet tuesday
Convention Opens With Solemn
The convention of the National
Council of Catholic Men will open
Tuesday, with solemn pontifical
high mass In St. Patrick's Church
at 10 o'clock.
His excellency, the apostle delegate.
will sing 'the mass. The Rev.
Thomas A. Walsh, of St. Thomas*
Church, will be the assistant priest;
Rev. P. c. Gavan. of Sacred Heart
'hurrh, and Rev. James O'Connor.
?f St. Augustine's, deacons or
honor: Rev. Edw. L. Buckey. of St.
Matthew's Church, deacon of the
mass, and Rev. F. X. Cavanauch. of
St. Martin's, sub-deacon. Rev. M.
P. Egan and Rev. John K. Cartwright.
of St. Patrick's, will be
masters of ceremonies. Rt. Rev.
Joseph Schrembs. D. D.. Bishop of
Cleveland. will deliver the sermon
-*t the close of the mass.
The music will be rendered by
t.ho mixed choir r.nd the sanctuary
hoir of St Patrick's. The service
will be under the auspices of the
National Catholic Welfare Council
, Asks $ 10.000 for Smash.
Charles K. Stone was yesterday
made defendant In a suit for ?10?nfl
personal damages flled by Jam,..
Pickerson in the District Supreme
C..urt, The action is the outcome,
th- plaintiff says, of a collision
with the stone automobile at
Nineteenth and I. streets northwe<r
| 'v 555
I Washington?New York?Pa
f^OR THE occas
JP girlhood, for
, lege and sch<
has enthroned y<
I correct tailleurs, in
coats, in dresses f
and price* are low
seasons?with the 1
better materials and
Slipover models with sle
effects, are shown in the
son?brown. Sorrento blue, J
red. Our exclusive Mam'se
in th^ higher priced groups.
i I Misses' Knii
English style?one and
link-and-iink novelty stitches
golden rod and all the otho
red. Hand crocheted edges'
plaids are also very much i
Suede Velours, Duvet ai
family. Fur collars and ma
torn trim; others braided,
touches that can be better sh
" IjjUl ?brown; navy. Sorrento. S
$25.00, $35.00 and $45.00.
Denby Leaves I
For New York
Secretary of Navd Will
Spend Several Days
By EVELYN C. HUNT.
The Secretary of the Navy, Edwin
Denby. left yesterday for New
York for a short stay there.
The Secretary of Agriculture and
Mr*. Henry c- Wallace have been
joined here by their daughter. Miss
Mary Wallace, who ha? been at
their home In leva for aome time.
Herbert Hengatler. chief of the
Consular Bureau. Is "Pending several
weeks at MarBlehead. Mass.
Mrs. Jennesa-MIUer announces
the marriage of her daughter.
Vivian, to Capt. Henry Sefton Els- j
dale, of Beamtnster. Doraet. England
The marriage took place
August 31 at All Saints* Church
Pasadena. Cal. Mrs. Jenness-Mlller
and her daughter are former residents
of Washington, but for recent
year* have made their home
The Japanese Embassy has Teased
the house at 2000 Massachusetts
avenue, which the Ambassador and
his staff will use as their headquarters
during the conference for ]
the limitation of armaments, while
the present chancery on N street
will be used as offices for that
Adolpho Avelos. of Chile, is the
guest of Senor Illanes. counselor of
the Chilean Embassy. Senor Avelos
is In the United States on a special
investigation for his country.
Mrs. William Mitchell, wife of
Gen. Mitchell, accompanied by her
children, has returned to Washington
from their aummer home In the
Thousand Islands. Gen. Mitchell
flew there from I-angley Field for
a brief stay with his family, returning
also by airplane.
Mrs. C. M. Bruce, prominent In
Washington society, is stopping at
the Ambassador .Hotel in Atlantic
City for an extended vi?it.
Capt. Earl Jenkins. V. S. M. C..
will leave today for an automobile
tour. Upon his return Capt. Jenkins
will go to Quantico to be stationed.
He has been aide to MaJ.
Gen. John A. Lejeune. commandant
of the Marine Corpa. for about a
MISS WELLS WEDS
EDWIN G. ROYSTEB.
Miss Bertrum Margaret Wells, of
this city, and Edwin Grey Boyster.
of Atlanta, were married at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E.
Wells at 8 o'clock Thursday evening.
The house was decorated
with palms, ferns and cut flowers.
Miss Doorthy Calahan sang "O
1 rromise Me." and Miss Louise
s Patache rendered the wedding
march. The bride wore a beautiful
gown of white cbarmeuse. with a I
tulle veil caught with orange bloa- [
soms. and carried a shower bouquet i
of Bride rows.
Her sister. Miss Ellen Wells, maid j
1 of honor, wore a gown of apricot 1
1 Georgette and carried a shower
' bouquet. The bridesmaids?Miss
I Edith Gray and Miss Jo Mull?were
dressed in blue and pink taffeta, !
<"arter BaTy. of Knoxvllle. acted
as best man. The ceremony was
JRGH & Bf
xis. Store News For Saturday. Sept.
d Dresses ft
,ions of grown-up
activities of col- <
>uth, in smartly 1
warm enveloping A
'or daytime serv- B
er than for many K
lappy additions of n
eves, in one and two piece
radiant colors of the seaMohawk,
green and cardinal
lie Suzanne frock included
$10.95 to $19.95. ggj
tted Dresses M
two piece models in the Y<
i. Colors?Mohawk, green. tailo
r wanted colors?plenty of ets,
of silk in tricolette effect;
" $29.50 f
tdish Saits M
id cloths belonging to jhat
ny with fur cuffs and botembroidered
and various Doul
lown than described. Colors tailo:
izes 16, 18 and 20. Priced. ??asc
Fleer Uirtifgl A Brelbr*
B' J W | JfiBpr
I I wIP^Il
Mrs. E. N. Malcolm King, wife
of the British Embassy, I
performed by the Rev. J. T. Mar- i
shall, of Georgetown rresbyterian j
Church. Only a few relatives and '
Intimate friend? were present.
Hoyater Is a former service man. <
a student at the National University
of Law. and has won many ,
warm friends during his two-year
residence in Washington. He plans |
to return to his native city, Atlanta.
when he has completed his ,
Following the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Royster left for a brief visit
South. After October I they will
be at home to their friends at 1900
Rear Admiral W. A. MaKe'.t bus
gone to Sew York to spend several
The new Racquet Club will have
Its formal opening November 1.
*HS. IlKMtr W. FITCH
RKTURNS TO WASHINGTON
Mrs.' Henry W. Fitch has returned
to her apartment in the Connecticut
after spending some time
at F;shers Island. N. Y. Karlier in j
the season Mrs. Fiteh visited her
daughter. Mrs. Stephen Rowan, at j
Jamestown, R. I.
Lieut. Comdr. Zachary Lansdowne
is making a brief stay in New York.
Dennis A. Vpson. who passed the
summer with Mrs. Upson at their
home at Magnolia. Mass.. has returned
to Washington and is at the
Now Willard llolrl while axaittn?
the opening of his residence. 2101
Miss Mildred Brown will leave to-I
ida.v for a stay of several weeks in
Asheville, N. C.
I>r. Francisco .1. Yanes. assistant
director of the I'an American Union.
17. igai. 410-430 7th St. N.W
in Coats, |
isses' Topper Coats
xithful. indeed, in boyish l'
ring effects with chest pock- j!||!
raglan sleeves, belts and but- , III
?in fact, toppers of tweed in ]jj|lj
ngbone and regulation mix1.
Sizes 16. 18 QP III
20. Priced j; ]j
isses' Winter Coats ill
re made of soft, double-faced j!j||!
1 with ^azy collar that can be Htt
for warmth as well as style. j|||
de-box pleated back and natty l|j y
red cuff. This is one of the |! j
>n's smartest models. 0OC Nil |
16 to 20. at vLo II
)N SO C
iiiip ' ^^c*" ?
Copyright, Harrl* * Rwtng.
of tlic assistant naval attache
has sailed for Kngland.
?nd Jlnif. TrniM went yesterday to
Atlantic City* where they will make
% short stay.
MltS. UPOFFARD liOKJ*
DM PBILirriliK THIP.
Mrs. E. F. Spoffard (ailed yesterday
from San Francisco for the
Philippines, where she wHl visit
her son and daughter-in-law. Lieut
Robert W SpofTard. V". S. N.. re.
tired, and Mrs Spoffard. returnim*
here in the fall.
l>r. and Mrs. Harry H. Kerr and
their son have returned to Washington
after a two months' tour ol
Capt. and Mrs. George 0. Parkhurst
of Fort Mcintosh. Tex., who
Have been visiting Capt. Parkhurst >
parents. Col. anil Mrs. C. D. Parkhurst.
of New London. Conn., ar?
now spending a few days with Mrs
Farkhurst's mother. Mrs. S. A. Maltman.
on Rhode Island avenue. Capt
Parkhurst will leave shortly foi
Camp Kenning, Ga.. to attend th<
infantry school, and Mrs. Parkhurst
will Join him later.
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Green, whe
passed the summer at MafcnoJia
Mass.. have returned to Washington
Col. D. D Porter. IT. S. M. C.t hai
gone to New York.
MI9K HOPE !il MMKRS
TO K!*TRR KOKTHWKHTKHX.
Miss Hope Summers, daughter o
Representative and Mrs. John VN
Summers, of Walla Walla. \Sash
has gone to Chicago preparator
to attending the Northwester* Urn
versity at Kvanston.
An interesting benefit card l??rt
is to be given at the Women's < It
Club today both afternoon an
evening Attractive prizes are ol
fored and light refreshments will l>
served. The affair is under th
! patronage of Miss F.stelle 1 . llell
man and Mrs. R. P. Middleton. who.
untiring efforts give promise or a
artistic and financial success.
Mrs. Edmund J. Brennan left yet
I terday for several weeks' visit i
District Electrical Enginee
Says Too Few Lamps Are
Need of extensions to Washing
ton's lighting system was show
t.ie Commissioners yesterday b
Warren 13. Hadlcy, electrical eng
neer oT the District, in his annul
A net increase of 342 lamps wa
recorded during the year, makin
the number of lamps now in us
20.342. the report shows. This
bt.t half the number of lights whir
should have been installed to er
able the lighting system to kee
pae.^ with the growing city, Hadle
told the Commissioners.
Of 533 lamps installed, only 13
were gas, the report shows. Pel
mits issued for installation of ele<
trie lights and fixtures totaled 6.67
Wiring of the Smothers and Dear
wood schools. t,he sewage pumpin
station, and the public library wi
conipTeted last year. The worV
hou.se at Occoquan. Va.. the Job
Durroughs. Durrsville, West, an
H. D. Cooke schools, and the, PPJ
copathlc group of the new Ga
linger Hospital are now bcin
FOR FARM LOAN
1-ocal agricultural loan agenci<
organized by the "War Finance Co
poration will meet at once and 01
ganize for the , consideration <
loans under terms of the far
credits act. It lg announced.
The agencies will make recon
mendatlons to the directors of tl
corporation, after applications ai
submitted to them. They will 1
composed of bankers in the con
munitles In which they operate.
FORMED AT BOYCi
BOVCE. Va.. Sept. i?? A civ
composed of "Nearly ill th.i Uvmi
cratlc voters of two magisterial dli
tricts fc'- l?een organs*: here In tf
Interest of United ( S-a'-M Scna?'.
Claude V Svanson. w> ?> ts a cam!
date or re-i'ection. Otbne.v C. Ha
rlson >va.i elected nreiidei.l ai
Frank B. Neville, secretary.
Thi' dub's sole object Is ri|?it!
t<? lie the re-election of* benati
Fete Will Be Held at
Plaza Jan. 25 to
NEW YORK. Sept. 16.?The annual
entertainment of the Junior
League will be held in the new ballroom
of the Plasa Hotel on the
evenings of January 26. 26. 27
Mr. and Mrs. Poultney Bigelow
have issued Invitations for their annual
at-home which they will give
Saturday afternoon. October 1, at
their country place, at Malden-onthe-Hudson.
Mr. and Mrs. Blgelow
*pent the greater part of the summer
The annual ball of the Big Sisters,
of which Mrs. William K. Vanderbill
2d is the heaH. will be held at
the Plaza Hotel on the evening of
Mrs. Payne Whitney, of t72 Fifth
avenue, who has been spending a
abort time In Paris, will return to
this country October 5. Mrs. Whitney
will pass the autumn at "Greentree."
her country estate at Manhusset.
Miss Mae E. Andrews ^'I'.l close
her country house In Bayslde. Long
Island, next week, and will take
possession of her new apartment at
168 East Sixty-first street.
' THE WEATHER
Ft? recant for Today and Tomorrow.
For the District1?
of Columbia, and! Cj
today and tomor-|
I row. probably) jflkv
! showers tom?r-j TBV
jrow; mild temper-!
j ature: moderate'
; southeast and.
1 south winds. I
generally fair to-L^*"}
day and tomor-* ? O b5>
! row; moderate "tjjT
cast to south
Lara I Irmprniturf.
j Midnight 70 12 noon 77
! 2 a. in 71 2 p. m 78
'1 4 a. m 68 4 p. m 76
j 6 a. m 66 6 p. m 75
8 a. m..\... 70 8 p. m 73
| i 10 a. m 73 10 p. m
Highest. 79.3; lowest. 66.0.
j Relative humidity. 8 a. m., 5; 2
| p. m.. 47: 8 p. m.. 61.
Raainfail (8 p. m. to 8 p. m.) 0.
Hours of sunshine. 6.2.
Per cent of possible sunshine. 50.
I Oeparturea Froaa Normal
Accumulated excess of tempera
ture since January 1, 1921. 972.
Excess of temperature since September
1. 1921. +113.
Accumulated deficiency of pre"
cipitation since January 1. 1921,
Deficiency of precipitation since
i Sept. 1. 1921. ??8.
Tomporature same date last year
' ?Highest. 83: lowest, 61.
| Tide C'onditloaa.
, (Data furnished by V. S. Coast and
" i High tide. 8 a. in.. 2 ft.. 9 In.
8:16 p. m.. 3 ft.. 0 in.
Ixjw tide. 2:15 a. m.. 0 ft.. 2 in.
2:34 p. m.. 0 ft. 1 in.
Sun rises, 5:51 a. m.; sets. 6:1!
r p. rn.
Moon rises. 6:20 a m.: sets. 6:0;
I p. m.
y j III % er < ondltion-.
| Potomac and Shenandoah rlverj
both cloudy at Harpers Ferry yes
< terday afternoon.
d , yesterday 8 p. m. fall
" ) Anbury Park. N. J. 72 66 ...
Ashcville. N. C 88 76 . j.
_ I Atlanta. Ga 92 80. ...
Atlantic City. N. J.. 72 68 ...
- Baltimore. Md 78 72 ...
Bismarck. N. Dak... 66 58 0.2
; Koston. Mass . 74 6* ...
| Buffalo. N Y 72 64
n -Chicago. Ill 76 74 0.3
Cincinnati. Ohio.... 84 78 ...
Cheyenne. Wyo 74 68 ...
Cleveland. Ohio 72 72, ...
; Davenport. Iowa.... 88 84 2.3
Denver. Colo 82 78 ...
Pes Moines. Iowa.. 90 82 1.7
if j Detroit, Mich 68 66 ...
N Duluth. Minn 54 54 0.2
| El Paso. Texas 74 72 0.9
Galveston. Texas.... 86 82
Helena. Mont 64 64 0.0
r Indianapolis, Ind.... 74 70 0.5
Jacksonville. Fla.. 88 78 ...
Kansas City, Mo.... 90 84 ...
Little Rock. Ark 94 86
Los Angeles. Cal.... 72 66 ...
Louisville. Ky * 90 84 ...
Marquette. Mich 62 60 ...
T- Memphis. Tenn - 94 90 ...
n Miami. Fla 86 82
Mobile. Ala# 92 82
New Orleans. La.... 90 82 ..^
'* New York. N. Y.... 74 68 ...
il North Platte. Nebr.. 84 74 ...
Omaha. Nebr 94 82 0.0
Philadelphia. Pa.... 78 68 ...
Phoenix. Aria 96 92 ...
K Pittsburgh. Pa 78 74
,p Portland. Me 72 62 ...
18 Portland. Oreg 74 74 ...
h Salt Lake City, Utah 64 62
" St. Louis. Mo ?0 86 0.0
P St. Paul. Minn 88 68 0.0
y San Antonio. Texas. 92 86 ...
San Diego. Cal 68 64 ...
San Francisco, Cal.. 60 58 ..J
"" Seattle. Wash....... 64 64
-- Springfield, 111...... 92 8*
" Tampa, Fla 90 82
'* Toledo, Ohio... 74 68 0.1)
Ylcksburg. Miss 92 86
S ! ^oltimfeu VnlTpr?|,y School. W Tho
Shophcrd. PhiD., Pro,.. 80SU Eyo N.W
I fnlifff Preparatory, LangiiaxM Mathrmi
Armj. N.rj-. D?y. Night; C?-E<
g Moderate ritn. Accredited. sr.th 7oar
^ (Mtltac War Tax)
s- lvmy, ?*.
? Saaday, September 18
OwwtuKr ? k. the
=: luray caverns
Speelal Kxranlaa Trala
l>avea Wa.kl.fta. 8*g A. M.
KHaralag. Lnivra I.aray
Mtattoa 6aM P. N.
i'l ?ee Flyer?Caaaak Ticket
t Baltimore & Ohio
GEN. MENOHER TO
QUIT AS AIR CHIEF
Asks Transfer to Command
of Troops in
M.I o?n. C. T. Menoher yesterday
tendered hl? reclamation u
chief of the Army Air Serrlce
requested tramfer to command of
troop* In the fleltf.
Oen. Menoher'i re?l*n?tton rllmftxei
month# of dlecord with
autetaat, Brig. Oen. William Mitchell.
and It hae been regarded as
Inevitable that sooner or later one
or the other would have to lea*#
the air service.
Several months ago Gen. Menoher
wrote Secretary of War Weeks a
letter of complaint against his assistant
and demanded his removal
Oen. Mitchell was indignant over
the policy of placing nonflytng ofllcers
In high positions In the air
service. Secretary Weeks succeeded
In rmothlng out the trouble temporarily.
The recent bombing experiment*
off the Virginia Cspes precipitated a (
new outbreak. Gen. Mitchell was |
aroused over the varloua handicaps I
placed on the flyers, and aaid so in
a report to Oen. Menoher, which
recently found Its way Into the |
hanrir of the Secretary of War.
Zbc TOaBblnoton School
| ?Moral aMltty to msK mUl
imniM (|?h it tor**. Thai U Iicibii rmimtbu
mi* rwinm a. w. w.toftn. a. c
PINK AND APPLIED ART
TKLIX MAHONY. DlrectotKen
iMttsd at C?a>. Hn al M.
Phone Xaia 17t0.
Day a?d ETrslaf Claw
CklMrea's Safarday Claaa
Interior Decoratioa. Cos tame Design. Teatile
Deft iff a. Color. Cummerctel Dravtaf.
Life. Sketch Pslnting sad Modelia* Claaeaa.
Hours 'or Reglsirailoa. 11 to 2. 4 to ?
astlj School begins October 1st. :
? OF LAW
Tweaty.glztk yea* ?*
at T f.
TaltleB VO p?*
8ewi.u I?lOS t. IS** J-* M* *
sua t? r. m.
Caafers !?*** * LUB- Lu"*
Oglee Hoars 11 J. ?.
ISIS K St. K.W. Phw Mai" ?**?
Fall Qoarter Opens Sept. 19 j
160 Erening Subjects
Call Kala M far Cstalag.
SO Jscksoa Flaoe
Facing Lafajette Square and White Booas
O'Connor School of the
Expreaslon. Self Development,
Public Speaking. Dramatic Art.
Speech Defects. Confldence, Poise.
Charm. Tea .-hers Course. Private
i or Class Instruction.
Uay or Kvealag.
171k sad l*esaa. Are. fc'.W.
i. I Illustrating. Cartooning. Fallon
Drawing. lettering. DrawIng
From L.lf?. Color.
Day aad K?ealai t'laaoe*.
School Bfglss Sept. Iftb.
SCHOOL OF ART
1342 141k St. W.W. Fr. 2497
311 EAST CAPITOL ST.
0 j All Commercial BRANCHES
One month, day, $15; evening.
01 $8 A fife r 7 monthly payments
U ! the next 5 months are free. A
. i year's scholarship costs a
2 month, day session, or 14.17 a
r ! month, evening session Evening
sessions are Monday and Thursday
from 30 to 9:30.
LINCOLN 38 37th YEAR
! Professional Courses of
. 1^ Collegiate GradJ
: SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
'. Edwin C. Bo.worth, Preiident *
2 1009-11 International Buildinf
1319-21 FSLN.W. Phone M. 5668
School of Foreign Senrice
GEORUETOW \ ISIVEEIITY
* i Co aspic to coarses far F0EE1GN TEADE,
| SHIPPING. DIPLOMACY AND CON- |
SULAE BEE VICE
_ j Classes resumed September 30th. 1M1.
Per* if* Berries course* proper aftei
? i 1:10 P. M.
?- Eoffistratioa from September 1st to 30th.
I. Far eatalogaa aad infermatiea. addreei
Secretary, School of Foreiga Service. 431
m 0 th Street N.W., Washiafton. D. C.
RILEY SCHOOL OF
Classes now enrolling for fall
term. Special evening course*.
Catalog on request. AddiMa:
lllley School .1 CtlraprKlle
111* K II. n klagloB. U. C.
| Open All Day Today ]
. 1*19 H Stmt II V. 0*?te Sterafca IW
| f / ^ . . w i 1
Invite inspection of their new
Fall & Winter
which are augmented from day to day by arming
shipments from Paris and our Fifth Ave. workroom
GOWNS SUITS COATS
DAY AND EVENING WRAPS
MILLINERY BLOUSES FURS
* t W **
^8wt %um (foiajmim I
, ?W?V COR NCR PCNM. AVTNUC AT ?TH ITIV
0|?- >:15 A. M. CU < P. 1L |
V crify The Latest Style Rumors ^
By Viewing at Kann's
The Latest Fall Models in I
?The first inspirations for the new styles doubtless oripiuate I
in Paris, but American designers quickly catch the spirit of I
the fashion trend, and in most instances modify and beautify [J]
Parisian ideas. Our own "Studio of Design" has created some I
exceedingly clever models along Parisian I rites The element 1
of distinctiveness and individuality appeals strongly to many I
women, particularly in the matter of millinery, and our own I
creations are. of course, aot found elsewhere.
?The new Fall colors arc lovely, and as Fashion has emphasized I
the popularity of the black frock or suit, naturally the bit of color I
that a becoming costume requires will undoubtedly be introduced I
in the hat.
?It will be a pleasure to yon to ritw tf*
the fascioatrng array of new models we T III
are showing at I
I ?Hosts of new hats for the schoolgirls here in a variety of I
I , $2.50 to $3.95 I
^ck*ol of < ommrrrr I'lMtrt
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE ABrilie HATTC
lltt Mm. An. K. ?. M. 7.104. vrtRIIIO WIU
QK? W. Ia. ?m?iw n?w. j. _
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I \OIOROC WASHINGTON
UNlVKfUITY LAW SCHOOL kn'h; hM'Zm ?
Co-Eiiicton.i rrapamtery Bckael a^c It In??
Bartas ?Ttk Tim aa Boptaaker M. I" Saaeal |^l
Momta of imOitlw ef iBintu ?" Catalog. Od m nil Ml
ipjnllniSiwrs 'wmw "rTn CrilAAl
ii ?? c^".~r t*?? u*!^ i vA wvHUvLw
Forenoon Clum. * to 1*:M. ITS* 0 ?.W. KM. On To ?
La to ifliniii Clmoi. Ill te l:N
Far full ta/?rm*tl?m, writs to m mU .
upon th? Secretary. Tolephono Hals UN.
K_X 4* LAW SCHOOL
? Opening exerciaea of th? ?e*
I EVENfNC SCHOOL
1064 F St. and 1311 Mass. Are. uitr*" ' 1
Registration begins September IS.1 - .S*"!"1* foe tfca lat.
In Elementary. Wish School. College | . ,n< P*tant
and Commercial Departments. Tul- 'aw classes, t 10 to 7 p. m.
tlon free to ei-servlc* men and " oj? 1 r lm
women. 5 * * c,?^* ? to IS . m.
tor Information apply to
,, . ? Gooo*otowo u. lnh.il BaUdiaa.
Chartered by Act of Congress In
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i Offers graduate and undergraduate ru"" l^iaallta ?1 ! ?
toatroctton . lUfiatar Naw far tke Fal Saaaatar
Liberal Arts Eafiaeermg Law
Ardutcctarc Mediciae D^t?o., .< Eveai?
nrtaamamn T" Regi.traii.. ho.
EJatabai Pharmacy aiau?t?i a-ia.
In addition to elaases during the Preparaa for Collegea and Profaaforanoon
and early afternoon, ovar alonal Schoola.
two hundred claaaee In college, an- , .
^rr.^h.-ita'^V^^w^ C^aat Guard. PO,,,U A?~
flve-un and ali-flfty. Diplomatic and Consular Service
For catalogs ana other taforma- rv.?. . . ,
tlon anulr to "omens nept.?Evening s?-?u.ol
lion apply to ,?p>r?, fn.in Men's School
Tke Reatalrar. (.laser Hall Registration Sept. S-S?
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