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MAJ. BROWN SAYS
ZONING ADDS TO
VALUE OF REALTY
Expert Declares System
Helps to Increase the
Beauty of City.
Zoning is not only of service in
enhancing the beauty of the city
but it is an aid to business and
adds to the value of the buildings
zoned, Maj. Carey H. Brown, of the
District Zoning Commission, told'
the members of the Washington
Real Estate Board at the semimonthly
meeting held at the Lap
fsyette Hotel yesterday.
The purpose of soning. Maj.
Brown explained, is to provide for
orderly growth and .expansion of
a city, endeavoring to fix a proper
place for every type of building.
"Business is barred from a residential
district and industrial establishments
from the commercial
district." he said. "Without soning.
a few business or industrial establishments
may blight block
after block of a residential district.
which will never really be
needed for business purposes or
have any business value.
"Centralization of business Is
good for the business itself, for
each establishment attracts potent
tial customers for the others.
Zoning prevents congestion by
limiting the percentage of a lot
which a building may. occupy.
Zoning preserves the morale of a
neighborhood by preventing ^ the
entry of undesirable building."
H. Clifford Bangs, chairman of
the membership committee of the
board, announced that sixty-one
additional members had been added
to the realty organisation during
the past few weeks. After the
annual election, he announced, the
committee will again actively take
up the work of pushing the campaign
for new members. The committee
in charge of sollctlng new
applications for membership consists
of H. Clifford Bangs. Joseph
A. Herbert. R. L. McKeever. David
E. Barry. H. Glenn Phelps. Thomas
E. Jarrell. H. Latane Kewis, W. C.
Miller. Morton J. Luchs. William
S. Phillips. Robert C. Howard and
W. U Miller.
LAST SALUTE FIRED
FOR VICTIM OF ZR-2
Comdr. Bieg Buried at Ar
lington With Naval
The funeral of Lieut. Comdr. Val- !
entine N. Bieg. a victim of the illfated
ZR-2. was held yesterday
with naval services. The church
services were held at St. Thomas ;
Church and from there the body
was escorted by sailors to the grave
at Arlington. As the body was
lowered, the guns of the escort
sounded a final tribute. The Rev.
C. Ernest Smith conducted the services,
assisted by Chaplain Riddle of
the navy. Many fri?-nds and relatives
followed the body to Its resting
Lieut. Comdr. Bieg was on the airship
ZR-1 when It fell at Hull. He
was born at Alexandria. Va.. but
had resided long in Washington.
Among those surviving hJm are a
mother, wife and baby daughter.
His mother lives at 2238 Decatur
DANVILLE, Va.. Sept. 22.?VT. C. j
Dudley has been appointed receiver
for the Franklin and Plttsyl'
Tania Railway, which connect* Rocky
Mount, the capital of Franklin, with
Gretna in Pittsylvania County. A
statement is bein?r drawn up by Everett
Dudley, of Rocky Mount, as to
the assets and liabilities of the road
and it wlli be sold at public auction, i
AfTairs of the short line company j
reached a crisis when the one and
only locomotive reached such a state
of disrepair that it was constantly
In tha shops, malls and passenger
service having to be suspended sometimes
for several days at a time.
Opened in Winchester
WINCHESTER. Va., Sept. 22.?A
permanent laboratory for fruit growers
and farmers has been opened here
by th<> State experiment station,
with M. R- Hough In charge. It will
examine insect pests and supply far trs
and apple growers with free information
as to when to spray and
what to use.
Washington. Sept. 23. 1121.
4t a special FrkL
11| 4(4x1 Crepe de
|ji j 40-inch Georgette Crepell'll
35-inch Satin Messafiae?
i! ij You see. we have taken
: P lingeries and outer Wear, i
If Friday special that will fill no
1II For emphasis we repeat
Ed Tiiim riiw \i a?i
Senator and Mrs. New
The President and Hri. Harding
last night entertained a small
party B their box at the National
Theater to see the performance of
"Two Little Girls in Blue." In the
company were the Secretary of
War, John ,W. .Weeks, and Senator
and Mr^ Harry 8. New. ' HBr
VICE PRESIDENT rOOUDT.1!
GOES TO ?**?A('HVI1TT?. '
The Vice President. Mr. Cool idee.
wHll leave Washington this 'f
noon for Haverhill. Mass.. where ? X * jlV
Where Is a vacancy In the Sixth v || W
Congressional dlstr ct of Massa- * \ .
to make a speech. i. m
He will return to this city imme- - _M
dlately after his address.
The Secretary of the Treasury.
Andrew W. Mellon, will ro to Hot 'VSlU x/"
Springs. Va., tomorrow, returning to
Washington Monday. Paul Mellon. Bfra. Hear? C. Msatla
his son. will resume his stud e* at
Walllngford Conn., within the next ^ nwry C. Maatla. wife of
few weeks. c??t Maatla, sMintsst chief tf
tfc? ' Naval AersssaThe
British Ambassador. Sfr flea, Is expactad ? arrive la
Auckland Geddes. will go to Dark Waahtagtaa m?m far the wlaHarbor.
Me., today to Join Lady i fer. She has been a pfpslar
Geddes and their children, who have weather af aavy social clrclea
been speeding the summer there. every scaaaa.
They will close their house there the ===========?=_=====;==^^^^^___
first week in October. They will ?e
joined, in a week by Capt. C. J. large table In the Presidentja!
Henry, honorary attache of the Em- suite.
bassy. who is leaving Washington ?
today to be the guest for a week Th, ch,nM. JjfK9tlon hail |r||(<
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles 8. Ham- the hoUBe at ls01 MallMlchugett!
Jin at their summer place at Mat- nVenue. formerly occupied by Mrs
tapolsett. Charles A. Munn, for Its driegatel
DIWRR AT WARDRAV PARK J? ?.'"""" "mi,?,lon 01
FOR XETIIRRCAXDS MINISTER. armaments.
Dr. J. C. A. Everwyn. Minister of
the Netherlands, wss the honor Jonkheer W. H. de Beaufort
guest at a dinner given last eve- counselor of the Netherlands Leganing
at Wardman Park Hotel by Dr. tlon- recently was appointed
J. B. Kubrecht. secretary of the minister of the Netherlands tc
Legation. The dinner company was Greece, will return to Washlngtor
anted In one of the large private October 10. remaining In the Capital
[lining rooms. The guests Included a fortnight before starting for hli
Dr. Everwyn. the Swedish Minister, new post.
Dr. Axel F. Wallenberg; Prince de ?? i
Ream, charge d'affaires of ?ne COVNTESS SEECH EN YI
French Embassy: Henry de Bach, leases RESIDENCE HERE.
counselor of the Russian Embassy; r-?,... .
Sadao Saburl, secretary of the Jap- Countess Szechenji will soon tak<
?n-se Embassy; Henry Getty Chi,- ??"win,"
ton. counselor of the British Em- R' Mal,s?rh""eU'
hassy; Raoul Tilmont. attache of ?vcn"e' whWh she and ^oun]
the Belgian Embassy: Capt. Carlo have >ea?ed Counl
Huntington, assistant military at- S*MheBJr' Is now Jn Hungary
(ache of the Italian Embassv; Dr "herc he accompanied Count and
Conrad Jenny, secretarv of the Countess Telekl, but he will return
Swiss Legation; Baron G. W. de to ? hlngton this autumn
Yon van Steenwyk. attache of the
Netherlands Legation: Dr. B. J. Miss Constance Towner, daughGratama.
assistant commercial at- ter of Representative and Mrs. Hortache
of the Netherlands Legation: ace M. Towner, of Iowa, left WedAdolph
Miller. John V. A. MacMur- nesday evening for Wellesley, Mass
ray. John Wylle, Henry Suydam. to enter upon her aecond year at
Commander Hunaaker, U. 8. N.: Wellesley College.
Charles C. Glover. Jr.; MaJ. George #
Oakley Totten. Clarence Wilson and Mrs. Avery Coonley returned early
MaJ. John S. Hunt. this week from abroad, coming
Mme J. R. H^cht. wife of the 'r,? Llverp?o1 *bo?rd th? liner
secretary of the Netherlands Legatlon.
and her three children, will .
salt next Tuesday on the Ryndam The ?nlraB<'m<'nt h*? b?en ?n'
from Holland, where they spent the no,">ced ?' Ml?s Henrietta Burrell,
summer. daughter of Mrs. J. Murray Burrell,
formerly of Washington and now
Lord Bryce. formerly Brttiah Am- ot Upland. Pa., to James A. G.
bassador to the United States, ar- Campbell. Jr., son of Col. and Mrs
rived In the Capital yesterday to James A. G. Campbell, of Chester,
be the guest of Col. F. D. Emerlck p*?
at the War College for a few days.
Lord Bryce has been at Seal Har- Senator Frederick Hale returned
bor. Me., for two weeks with Lsdy to Washington Wednesday from
Bryce and has been giving a series Maine. His mother. Mrs. Eugene
of lectures at the institute of Hale, will remain In Ellsworth, Me.
politics at Williams College, Will- for a time.
MR*. We IRVING GLOVER
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beale Mc- ARRIVES IN W ASHINGTON .
w?' ?,Wh??,' tbelr, nCh"t"n- Mrs. W. Irving Glover, wife of th,
W Maine ird Assistant Postmaster Genoor.
Maine, during the -summer. , . .. . . . ...
have returned to their suburban "?' ?n<lJ if three children arhome.
Friendship, for the autumn ^"hlngton Tuesday fron,
season. their home in Englewood. N. J.
. They are residing at Wardman Park
rZECHO-SLOV A KIAN MINISTER Hotel.
IS HOST AT SEW WILLARD.
Dr. Bedrich Stepanek. Minister of Representative and Mrs. Nicholas
Csecho-Slovakia. was host at an 1m- Longworth will not return to
portant luncheon yesterday at the Washington until October 1.
New Willard In honor of Senator
V. Klosac. vice president of the Senator Key Plttman will return
Ciecho-Slovakian senate and for- to the Capital about October 1
mer minister of national defense, from the West to rejoin Mrs. PittSharing
honors with Senator Klosac man at Wardman Park Hotel,
were the eighteen delegates frofn where she has been during the
Caecho-Slovakia to the recent sokol summer.
in Chicago, who arrivediln Wash- '
ington yesterday morning and will fapt. and Mrs. Sydney Graves,
be at the Hotel Lafayette for two th* latter formerly Mrs. Olga
days. The party was seated at one Roosevelt Bayne, returned from
abroad Monday aboard the Whlt?
Star liner Baltic.
PRay O. Hall, who has been In
the Near East division of the State
Department* has been appointed
assistant chief of the Eastern EuoI
C,valrT\ Ch.V.lnbee? Wri!ieved
duty at Fort Myer. Va.. and has
been erdered to New York City
for duty as Instructor of cnvalry.
New York National Guard.
COU AND MRS. DONALDSON
VISIT ANTWERP AND COBI.ENZ.
Col. and Mrs. T. Q. Donaldson,
who sailed for Europe In August
to spend three months, are vlsltInr
Antwerp. Coblent and Ostend.
de?s *fM * ,<>Ur *h'
?Mr?. Thomas Thayer Is a guest
at the Ambassador In Atlantic City.
Sheldon "I,. Crosby has returned
to Washington from Europe.
After spendlhg ? month In Atlantic
Cltv. Miss Ethel Bagley.
slater of Mrs. Josephus Daniels,
? n hM returned to the Dupont.
Comdr. and Mrs. W. E. Reynolds
? hare returned to their home at
"?il Colon. " Connecticut avenue after a
J ???y at Braddftck Heights.
-[1 rolnn H w ^-fon Graves, accompanied
H her daughter. Miss Antoinette
has sailed for Europe
silks that can be UteA fnr HH I. . th* '"ranee. Miss Graves
can DC usea ror B h?s Been with her aunt. Mrs
m order to offer you . . 3K
K,re dun one silk need. | "a"? 5S
t: FRIDAY ONLY, yard I ^ ^ ^
?IH WAORm WEDS
J. n. va# sosiEN.
me** ? Bretker Th* marriage of If las Josephine
m * ,*'nrr ?n<> 1 * Van 6os.cn.
Mm., M ?hl? city took place Wednesday
'' o'clock at the
?'rat PresbrUf Ian Church, the IUy.
Guest inN. Y.
Washington Resident Is
Visiting Mr. and Mrs.
. C. E. Dunbar.
NEW YORK. Se?t. 22.?Mr. and
Mrs. Clement Evan* Dunbar, of 816
Tark avenue, have returned from
Allenhurst, N. J.. and have aa their
guest, Mrs. Charlea P. Cramer, of
Washington. D. C.
Rear Admiral and Mrs Caperton
and Miaa Btarguer.U Caperton. who
Hpent the summer at Newport at
the Meunchlnger King cottage. will
leave for New ,London, Conn., next
week, for a ahort *tay before returning
to New York for the winter.
Mm. William B. Dehaven and her
daughter. Miss Virginia D.haven.
who spent the summer In Europe.
have returned ard are occupying
their summer home at Ityghlands.
N. J., for the early autumn. They
will- open their town residence about
Mrs. H. Edward Manvllle. of 12i
Seventy-second street, who had ar*
ranged to present her daughter.
Mi fa Estelle R. Manvllle. this winte,
has cancelled the event and will
not present her until 1922.
Mr. and Mm. James Elliott Baker
announce the marriage- of their
niece. MifS Mar on Hoagland Vanderbilt.
to MaJ. Charles Winder
Mason. U. 8 A., at Great Neck. Long
Lord and Lady Bryce will be chief
guests at a luncheon in the Biltmore
on September 29 by tWe Kng"
lisb Speaking Union. Dr. John H.
Finley will preside.
1 John Brltton Clark, pastor of the
The bride was gowned In gray
I Canton crepe, very effectively trim,
with pearls, and wore a gray
Canton crepe hat. She carried white
\ roses mixed with swansonia. The
, bridesmaid. Miss Lucille Davis, of
this city, wore pink satin and carred
pink roses. Miss Mary Jane
French, the flower girl, was dainty
|j? a frock of pink organdy and car
fied a basket of pink roses.
I Arthur E. Butterfleld. of Cedar
> Eapids. Iowa, was best man. The
? ushers were Ernest P. fianford, Lee
I V Moore. Robert G. Covel and John
i R Russei.
The bride was given In marriage
bv her brother-in-law. Albert Wood.
The out-of-town guests were Mr.
and Mr?. Frank E. French and Miss
Mary Jane French, of St. Joseph.
' Mo.; Mrs. J. C- At*, of Osceola.
1 Iowa; Miss Eula Watght. of St.
' Jcseph. Mo.; W. A. Ferren, of Pittsj
burgh, and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mahoney.
After the wedding ceremony Mr.
I and Mrs. Van Sossen left for a
1 month's trip in the Middle West
and will visit their former home
The bride formerly was In the
. educational division of the National
. Orographic Society, and Sossen
holds a position with the Federal
, Reserve Board.
Comdr. Ruftolph H. Miner has
. been detached from duty in the
. hydrographlc office of the Navy
[ Department and has been ordered
Col. Frank 8. Cocheu, General
Staff, has been detailed as chief
of staff. Third Corps Area. Fort
\ Howard, Md.
Col. and Mrs. Samuel Rolfe Millar,
of Front Royal, Va., announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Miss Berta Randolph, to Charles E.
Loizeaux. mayor of Plainfield. N. J.
1 Miss Millar was educated abroad
i and at Fairmont Seminary in this
i city. She Is the great-granddaugh,
ter of Gen. Thomas Beverly Randolph,
who was a nephew of
Thomas Jefferson. She Is a member
of the Colonial Dames.
Loizeaux is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joshua D. Loizeaux. of Plain|
field, and during the war served aa
captain of artillery in France.
The wedding will take place In
1 the early winter.
FUND TO HONOR
F. K. LANE'S MEMORY
NEW TOR.K Sept. 22?Without
public solicitation and so quietly that
none save a few of the most intimate
friends of tne late Franklin K. Lane.
Secretary of the Interior In the Wilson
Cabinet, knew what was being
planned, a fund of more than $100,000
has been raised as a memorial to the
former Cabinet officer.
The fund will be put in trust, the
income to be paid to Lime'* widow
during her life time. At Mrs. Lane's
death, the principal will be used to
found a permanent memorial In the
form of an institution of educationaV
or other value to the public.
CLARENDON. Va.. Sept. 22.?Miss
Margaret Gorman, better known as
Ml** Washington, has been invited by
President Taylor to award the prises
Saturday night In the beauty contest
now In progress at the firemen'* carnival.
and also to draw the lucky
number In the auto contest. In the
n-ellmtnary judging Tuesday night
Miss Ruth Garrison. Miss Margaret
Reynolds and Mis* Riaszi were selected
to compete In the finals. SI*
more will be selected tonight.
University Glee Club
Starts Booking Dates
CHARLOTTESVILLE. Sept 2i ?
Officer* of the University of Virginia
Olee Club have started work on the
show and the booking of dates. Manager
Chamberlain has been working
thl* summer on the schedule, which
will not be aa heavy as last year's.
F. R Westcott. of Chattanooga.
Tenn., president of the club. Is worklna
on the production, which will
have its first presentation some time
before the Christmas holidays. A
coach and musical director has not
yet been chosen.
Hie misses eastmajts
1IM ITTH. onm MASS. ATX.
Hl(k Sckeol 0*ft. Imiiss Sept. M
intermediate mh! IMin.rr DeplitlMSts
Reopen October S.
tad (? Oatalsg. Fheas fnak. MM.
Sidwell's Friends School
mi Br* at. *. w.
For Boy* a?d Girls
Dorothy Dix Counsels
by dorothy dix.
Vou often hear & man say: "I
have no interest outside of my
family and my business." Still
more often a woman will say: MI
Iiave no interest outside of my
home, and my' husband, and children."
And when they say It they puff
out their chests, and assume a virtuous
expression as If they counted
it unto themselves for righteousness
to have sympathies as narrow
a* a shoe string.
They have made a close corporation
of life from which they have
excluded the balance of their fellow
creatures. They have shut themselves
away from all manifold.Joys
and sorrows, and excitements and
thrills of the great world. Their
house of life is a tiny room, walled
?: with selflshness. and they Judge
the happenings of the universe by
what goes on within.
We got some wonderful examples
of this during the Great War when
we met parents who measured the
whole Titanic combat by the way it
affected their Johnny, who thought
that every other boy should defend
his country except their Tom, and
who. to this day, boast that their
eon smashed the Hlndenburg line.
Now family love is a beautiful
and desirable thing. It is good to
sec a man who is faithful and devoted.
and we are all ready to sing
paeans of praise in honor of an
r.dorlnR wife and mother but, like
all other good things, family affection
can easily be overdone and become
a vice Instead of a virtue.
For one thing nothing else on
earth is more Ktupifying to the intellect
than excessive domesticity.
It dulls people like dope. It makes
them lose their ability to see anything
outside of their own tiny
circle, or to gauge any event except
as it reacts upon themselves
Who, to revert once more to the
war, can ever forget the smug complacency
of men who, while hundreds
of thousands of other men's
sons were dying on the battle fields
cpenly boasted that they had made
so much money out of war conditions
that they would be able to
send their own boys to college?
Who does not remember some woman
who, during the crucial hours
of some battle, when civilisation itself
hung in the balance, was so
obsessed by her baby's cutting a
tooth, or her cook leaving, that she
literally did not know what was
happening outside of her home?
Chief among ten thousand bores
are men and women who have no
interest outside of their families
and their work. Their conversaticnal
gamut runs only from the
Kitchen to the nursery, and the
store, and back again, ad infinitum.
their wearied companions
have only a choice between listening
to a monologue on the grocery
trade, and the delinquencies of
maids, and Mamie s beaux, and
what Charlie does, and thinks, and 1
says, or silence, for when the
overly domestic do not talk about
themselves they have nothing
whatever to say.
Sometimes when you see how
dull and tiresome those become
who are nailed to their own fireside
you begin to think that you
prefer the rovers, after all.
The people who narrow themselves
down to one Interest are.
however, the worst sufferers themselves.
They are literally those
who put all of their eggs In one
basket, who stake their entire fortune
on one bet. If luck turns
against them they are wholly bankrupted.
If thj common tragedies
to <>s and
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Expression, Self Development.
Public Speaking. Dramatic Ant.
Bpeech Defauta, Confidence, Polie.
Charm. Teachers Course. Print*
or Clmaa Instruction.
D*7 ? Rrtalit.
irth asl Praia. Ave. w.w.
K. of C.
HMFSt and 1311 Mnaa.A??.
. Registration open (or entraaoe
In Elementary, High School. College
and Commercial Department* Tuition
free to ex-?erv1oe men and
of llfa befall them they tra left t
absolutely desolate. They have no I
?fcsr nhwiml Me Interest to tell
back upon. Nothing with which to
alay tholr souls In tholr loss.
It la these Mlf-centerod people
whoa* hcarta hraak. who die of
crlef, or so mad, or who loae th#lr
crip, aad sink snder tholr mlafortune
whoa death robs them of husband
or wife or child. The? had
all of their fortune la one cola, as
Mrs. Browning puta It and when
they have loat It they are pauperp.
Indeed. They hare not been prudent
enough to lay up a wealth of
other Intnreata upon .which they
could live in their time of need.
.Of courao to compare an Intereet
In aoclaty?? fad for Japaneae prints,
or old china, a love of hooka, an
Intereat In traveling, or politico, or
philanthropy, -or gold, or cluba.
with the obaessiSg Intereat that
one haa In one'a family, la to compare
a poor thing with a great one.
Nevertheleaa these outalde Interests
do take the brtfnt off one'a grief
and lonllneea, and make a refuge to
which one can turn la tlmea of
Therefore everyone ahould cultivate
an outelde intereat In life liscauae
It broaden* them, aad make
ti'.em more livable to other people,
and rauaes them to enjoy life more
themselves, and It la eapeclally
necessary that women ahould give
thrmaelves something to think
about outalde of their famlllee
Mothers make the mlataks of absorbing
themselves so much In
their children that they have no
life apart from them. The only
tMng in the world that Interests
t'oem Is what Mamie and John are
doing, and thla enda by making
them parasites who suck the very
life blood out of children.
One of the acute problems of life
Is the mother-in-law problem. The
statistics of divorce ahow that a
mother In the houae brings about
more divorce and more domertlc In- 1
felicity than any other one thing
hEv. rbody can testify either from
their own experience, or observa- I
Ion, that there la not one chance
in a hundred for a young couple
to be happy I." either the glrl'a
mother or the msn'a mother live
; with them. t
Vet If mother la a widow ahe InOlcta
heraelf upon tbain because rhe
can't, live without John or Mary
She could travel. She could live
in a nice hotel or boarding houae.
She could have her own Independent
hom* If ahe would, but she
can t live aloha. She can't develop
Intereat In anything but her children.
She haa to take her own
life second hand from them even
if she ruins their lives In doing it. '
Don't let this fate befall you.
Love your family, but love the balance
of the world, too. Be Interested
in your home, but have a
thousand outside Interests so that
>ou may never btcome wholly mentally
and spiritually bankrupted.
The tocsin of the soul?
the dinner hell.
dreds is their |
WALLIS hour. It's
sixty minutes of table
pleasure, food fascination
restfulness. It's the
bright spot in the heart
of things and the prices
beckon your return.
12th ad C Sts. N. W.
K. of c.
800 G Street X. W.
Aoto Mechanics Electric Wiring
Radio Mechanical Drawing
Shop Mathematics and Slide Rale
Register bow?S a. m. tt S p. m.
All Claawa brpln Oct. 3.
Fre* to Grrat War Vrtrrau
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UNlVkRfe ITY LAW SCHOOL
Boffin* 57th Tear on September tt.
Member of Association of Anevieaa
Law Schoola Strict Standard a. Heat
Apprered Method* of In?tructiea. Fall
nraea offered both morn in* aad ereaiaff.
Optional Morning Olaaaea. 7:M to IrM,
Forenoon Claaaes. t to 10:60.
Late Afternoon Clasaea. 6:10 to t:M.
For fall information, write to or call
upon the Secretary. Telephone Mala 6603.
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A course treating In a practical
way, the difllcult and interesting
accounting problems of the modern
large-scalo business organlsa- j
'tion?part of the professional edu- I
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SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
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Opens fepleasber 38.
Offers graduate rfnd undergraduate
Libera] Arts Engineering Law
In addition to clasaea durln* the
forenoon and early artemoon, over
two hundred claaaes In collsge. engineering
and legal subjects are
held In the lata afternoon between
live-ten and alx-flfty.
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Fall and Winter Fashions
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from the famous couturiers and modistes of Paris
and original GIDDING designs from our own Fifth
Avenue, New York, workrooms, are now assembled
for your approval.
Costume Suits?Coats and Wraps
Gowns and Frocks
&3farat $otts (tfamjraitg
THe BUSY CORNCft PtNM. AV*NUC AT ?TM 9Tmf
| Open 9;15 A. M. Close 6:00 P. M. j
200 Excellent Quality I
?We are putting into a lot which
are offered today, at the Street
I Floor Bargain Table, for the tin- 2^9
usually low price of?
?These Queen Make Frocks are ?Ul- y
of very dainty tissue in all-over //C Jjj
figured designs and are trimmed -c-y Jl "j y
with organdy vestee and collar y* ' . ?
and sashes of self material. \. j lu
?There are other frocks at the 11
same price made of ginghams in i j * ' j 1
checks and plaids, in slip-over y l ^ M
and waistline styles, some of these ,
have organdy collars and sashes, , \
others are trimmed with pique. ^7//^n*7/kzAe '
I Sizes range from 36 ^o 46. V
I ?We also have striped ginghams j
|| in sizes from 48 to 52. *
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FaclDg l-afayette Square and
watte How Pine AND APPLIED ART
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,, . . _ Interior Decoration, Costume Design. Te*Illu#trsting.
Cartooning. Fash- rile D~tCn. Color. Commercial Drawing.
l?n *W" I Mf?. Sketch Painting and Modelta* Claose*. '
From Lire. Color. j Honrs 'or Registration. 11 to 2. 4 to
Day ??< n?"m. rt.llr school WW Ortcber 1m
Krhool Naw Open. _
WASHINGTON OF LAW
SCHOOL OF ART c. r?.,......
15?2 14th St. *.W. Fr. 249? Twenty -Sixth year opraa Sept. 26th
^ at T P. M.
| Tnltloa gNS per Anna
firmmionm 1U KH? to 13 KW? M at
311 EAST CAPITOL ST. Office Honrs 11* ?. n. to p. m
All Commercial BRANCHES "" " **' *w- **?'r "" 4aK3
One month, day. SIS: evenlne. miTDCnXI IklCTITIlTT
SS. After 7 monthly payment. LIT1L|\jUN INjIHUIL
the next 5 months are free. A
year's scholarship costs 18.33 a 1T?? p
month. day session, or $4.17 a I . M
month, evening session Evening I Pfco?eat I raaklla 44C3-44&S
sessions are Monday and Thursday
from t:30 to 9:30. Rentier Now for tke Fall ^mMtrr
LINCOLN 38 - 37th YEAR ^ Semester
Me?*a Dept?Day mm* Erealag
slonal** Schools. * rofspLAW
SCHOOL Prepares for Weil Point. Annapo1
#21-1923 "* Co"1 Gu*nl
Opening exercises of the ses- Diplomatic and Consular Service.
?.Mu-Sih^.'!f7SiS?!lT;<^ D?p??Ev*nm? s^ooi
B^Hnlfln, iolday O^obTr ^ ?"l>?"P^ate from Men . School
" After.... r?.r~. for the 1st. S""r-"
Jnd. 3rd. postgraduate and patent
law classes. 6:10 to 7 p m. ?
New Keralai Coirs* for 1st
year class. 9 to 12 a. m iMFPIfiV
For Information apply to AOTUiRlVA^
Bash J. Fn?. *.A. LUS. Pfc.D. UNIVERSITY
_ .. Dsrta, tk< Tall Term (Oct 1 t.
Georretowa Law BekMl BaiUiiUt. 17. l*tl) tb. f.U.wla( cum. wUl ?.
E Street I. W. given at the Downtown Recitation BnitriMala
TftJ. inga of the Uaivoraity. 1M1 and 1M7 T
fc?? ???. | Street
^| | International Law. Sominar Course.
worth of a theory depend. ?w,
on the results of its practice. ?i>u a? Hitury.
.. t , . Hiatory of Latin America.
Marvels of healing effected by Eoenemica
the application of the principles n2?Un"If Tra4?.
taught at this institution are its latsmat. Owam
_ Ancle-American Loral Xiatory.
own rauon a etre. Law.
iMun Law. 1
Prospective students are welcome Xawaicration and VatnraliaaUon Law.
to visit the evening classes
S to 10 p. m. ta Ibumm.
Catalogue Mailed on Request. Itatiotioo
AMreaai The Registrar JaawpaliST*0'
Oradnate Ooaraoa la EacUah LI tornRILEY
SCHOOL OF **= .-r-rCHIROPRACTIC
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/ Information write to or aa.ll at
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