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Be Club Guest
Overseas Writers Will
Give Luncheon Next
By EVELYN C. HUNT.
Overseas Writer?, the new organization
of Washington foreignservice
correspondents and authors,
will have as Its guest of
honor at luncheon next Wednesday
no lesser a personage than President
Harding. The party will he
held at the Shoreham, and a company
of fifty or sixty?all fellow cribes
of the editor of the Marlon!
Star?will be at table. Mr. Harding
enjoys keenly being in the society
of brother newspaper workers, and.
like them all the world over, is
fond of talking shop. The rule at
the weekly round-table luncheons
of Overseas Writers, which are becoming
one of the prominent features
of Washington public life, is
that guests of honor shall, if the
spirit moves them. talk, but not
speechify, for which purpose they
are ir\vited to keep to their chairs
and otherwise feel themselves perfectly
at home. Last Wednesday
Overseas Writers entertained Assistant
Secretary of the Navy Theodore
Roosevelt and Rear Admiral
Harry A. Knapp, of the Navy General
President and Mrs. Harding returned
yesterday at 3 o'clock with
their party from Fredericksburg.
Va.. where they witnessed the field
maneuvers of the Marines.
W1U RRT1RX TODAY.
The Secretary of the Treasury. A.
W. Mellon, will return today from
the Hot Springs. Va., where he spent
the week-end with his son and
daughter at their cottage there.
The Secretary of War, John W.
Weeks, will return tomorrow from
his summer home, where he has
been for the last ten days with Mrs.
Mrs. William Howard Taft, wife
of the Chief Justice, will leave tomorrow
for New Haven, to be gone
a week or ten days.
Miss Ruth Hitchcock, who is now
in New York, will return on Wednesday
and Join her parents, SenEDUCATION
QPAMIQU SCHOOL OF
or /All ion WASHINGTON
Prcfa. from 8 pa la?Conversational Method.
Bawd Progress 1315-17 F at. nw. If. 5683
TAUGHT IN 30 DAYS
30-DAY STEK0GRAPHIC SCHOOL
HM II 't Nw. Second Floor: Slain 287?.
School of C ommerce find Finance
ST. JOHN S COLLEGE
1311 Mas*. Ave. 5f. W. M. 7304.
%o w Open. Rrci?ter Now.
Columbia t'niTersity School, W. Tho?.
giienherd. Ph D.. Pre*.. S0<?^ Eye N.W
College Preparatory. Languages, Mathematics.
Scienc**. Consular. Patent Offira
Ksaraa. Army. Navy. Day. Night: Co-Ed.
Moderate rates. Accredited. 85th year.
School of Art
Day and Evening Classes for
men and women in Life, Portrait
Antique and Still Life.
Principal, Edmund C. Tarbell.
Instructors. Richard S. Meryman,
JJurtls Baker and Mathllde M.
Secretary. Mrs. M. Leisenring.
Applicants received on and after
Afternooa Coaraea for the 1st,
2nd, 3rd. postgraduate and patent
law classes, 5:10 to 7 p. m.
Xew Morning Course for 1st
year class, 9 to 12 a. m.
For information apply to
liagh J. Fegan, M.A.. LL.Bl, Ph.D.
Georgetown Law School Building,
506 E Street H. W.
Phone Main 7898.
Y. W.C. A. School
1333 r Street N. W.
Opens. Oct. 4th
: f Day and Evening Classes
Cultural and Vocational Courses
to fit you for the job ahead!
Gymnastics. Sports, Dancing,
1333 F St. N.W. 614 E St N.W.
I American University
Graduate School of Basinets
This school offers, to graduates
of colleges and technical
schools, thorough and practical
courses in general business administration,
accountancy ? in
preparation for the C. P. A. examination,
finance, foreign trade,
tanking, transportation, etc.,
ading to the M. C. S., M. B. A.,
and Ph. D. in economics degrees.
AO classes meet after 4:50 P.
M. m tfc* down-town center of
For catalogue and further information
call or write to ths
Dean. 1S07 F St.. N. W.. or Telephone,
ato'r and Hrm. Gilbert Hitchcock. at
their residence in R streetThe
Ambuwdor of Peru and Mme.
Pant entertained at a luncheon
yesterday at their apartment In
Wardman Park Hotel. .
ATTKJID "?lO V..DIK"
At the opening of "Quo Vadis"
laat night at the National Theater
the entire staff of the
bassy occupied boxes, with the exception
of Ambaaaador Rlccl. who le
in Italy The omclal Italian family
turned out en maaee to witness
the famoue production, which was
Aimed In and around Rome, with a
weVknown caat of Italian actor*
Among thoae who attended were
Slgnor Gu'do Sabetta. counaelor and
charge d'affaires. Signor Andrea
Celeaia dl Vegllasco. aecretary, an(l
Slgnora dl Vegllaaco; Undersecretary
Nobile del Marchesl Aaaerto.
Col. and Marquise Vlttorlo dl Bernesso.
Naval Attache Capt. I'ierc
Civaller', Lieut. Col. and Slgnora
Alessandro Ouldonl. G. B. Ceccato,
1 commercial delegate; Adolfo and
Mrs Vinci and Capt.-and Slgnora^
Mr a. John J. Lejeune returned yesterday
to her home In Waahlngton.
from" Fredericksburg. Va.
Tracy Lay. of the Consular Service.
will leave this week for a visit
at his home In Birmingham. Ala.
Miss Sara B. Montague has returned
after spending the summer
in Hyannlsport. Mass.
Comdr. I. T. Hagner. U. S. N..
will leave shortly for sea duty, after
having been stationed in
ton for several years. Mrs. Hagne
will remain in Washington.
Hazel Dick, oft^e Consular Service.
has left for a visit at his home
In South Carolina.
I. T. MAS* RSTIRMS
FROM MAGNOLIA# MASS.
I T. Mann returned the end of
the week from Magnolia. Mass..
where he spent the
made the trip by motor. Btllle Mann
left Magnolia to resume
at Yale. Mrs. Mann and Miss AUce
Mann, who are abroad, will Join Mr.
Mann here at the end of the month^
Miss Mann will make her debut on
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic William
Wile have taken possession of their
new home at 3313 Sixteenth street.
Mrs Reynolds, wife of Capt. W.
h' Reynolds. United States navy,
announces the engagement of her
daughter. Elspeth Hughes, to Edward
John Lapp. Of New York and
Co-edncatioael?SMS Stud Kit. last Tsar.
Accoaataacr School I Drafting School
law (Bar Course I Automotive School
Commercial School | Employed Boys '
Preparatory School Boys Day School
CaU or Address. 17W 0 aw. Mala S?SO.
O'Connor School of the
Expression. Self Development,
Public Speaking. Dramatic Art.
Speech Defects. Confidence Poise.
Charm. Teachers Course. Private
or Class Instruction.
Day ? Evening.
17th and Peasa. Are. If.W.
FINE AND APPLIED ART
FELIX MAHONY, Director.
Rcw located it Ceoi. Ave. at M.
Phone Main 1760.
Da y ?ad ETeaia* Claw*
Cklldrca'a Saturday Claaa
Interior Decor*tiou. Coetume Deelfn, Teatile
Desljn. Color, commercial Drawing.
Life. Sketch Patntin* and Modeling Claeeee,
Hour* 'or Registration. 11 to 2, 4 to t
dally. School now open.
Tweaty-Slxtk Year-Xaw Opea
Taltloa IH5 per Aaaaaa
Session* IOiOO to 12*00 /-e at
5:15 to TiOO P. M.
Confers Degrew LL.B., LL.M.
Office Houra 11 a* ai. to P*
1515 K gf. N.W. Pbaae Mala 48*5
Fall Quarter Now Open
ISO Evening Subjects
Call Main 540 for Catnlos
M Jackson Place
Facing Lafajatte Square and
Register This Week.
57th Tear How Open.
Hem bar of Association of Awrtcaa
law Schools. Strict Staadards. Mort
Approved Methods of In. traction. Fall
eoarsos offered both morniag and ? , ^
Optional Homing Classes. 7:S0 to
Toreaooa Classes, t to l?:t0.
Late Afternoon Claasaa. S:10 to :
Far full Information, writo to * ?*?
upon the Secretory. Telephone Main MJ3.
LAW BUILDUIO. 143t K STREET M.w.
1004 F St. tad 1311 Maw. Are.
Registration open for entrance
in Elementary. High School. College
and Commercial Departments. Tuition
free to ex-service men and
11 Chartered by Act of Conyresi in
I geaaloa la all Departaeeata
Offers rraduato and undergraduate
Liberal Art* E?p??ri*t Law
In addition to classes during the
forenoon and evly afternoon, over
two hundred classes In college, engineering
and legal subjects are
held In the late afternoon between
live-ten and six-fifty.
For catalogs and other Informa[
tlon apply to
The Registrar. I.laser Hall
3023 G Street Herthwest
IMsslsss ? iMt
-..-iL'sifJZjL- v?. ?*.2 iaskjSSiU httm** -* *
Washington. The wedding will take I
place In the early spring. Miss
Hughes is the daughter of Rupert
Hughes, the noted author.
MIm Margaret Rldgely entertained
at a buffet supper last evening
In compliment to Mies Alma
Knox and A. Malcolm Duval), whose
wedding will take place Welnesday
FRENCH If AVAL ATTACHE
RETURNS FROM PARIS.
The naval attache of the French
Embassy, Capt. Jean F. J. E. Rltai,
arrived in Washington yesterday
after being in Paris for some
time. The seoond secretary, Jules
Henry, who is also In France on
leave, will return the end of the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McNeil, who
| have leased their former home at
Silver Spring. Maryland, for the use
of Federal vocational work, have
taken an apartment for the winter
it the Chaatleton.
Mrs. Clarence Aspinwall has returned
after spending the summer
at Ostervllle, Cape Cod, and at Watertown,
The Women's National Press Club
will hold Its weekly luncheon today
Tat Madrlllon at 12 m. Ths guests
will be d^lecates to the unemployment
To meet the Rev. and Mrs. Thom
Williamson the Ladies' Guild has
sent out cards for a reception In
the parish hall. Church of the Advent.
for Wednesday from 8:30
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Luber announce
the engagement of their
daughter. Clara, to A1 J. Goodman,
of Norfolk. Va. No date has been
set for the wedding.
Frederick E. Chapln, sr.. Is at the
Glen Springs. Watklns Glen. N. Y..
for a short stay.
Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Schroeder are
taking a week-end motor trip
COLLEGE WOMEN'S CLLR'S
OPENING TEA TODAY.
The physicians of the College
Women's Club will be the hostesses
at the opening tea of the club season
this afternoon at the clubhouse
from 4 until 6. Dr. Valeria Parker
will be the guest of honor and at
f* o'clock will speak on "Protective
Social Measures." Those receiving
will be Dr. Ada R. Thomas, Dr.
Lydia A. De Vilbis, Dr. Alice Brosius.
Dr. Margaret Eck. Dr. E. Alberta
Read, and Dr. Martha BurEDUCATIONAL.
SidwelPs Friends School
1811 Ere St. H. W.
For Boy* and Gilii
~~ THE MISSES EASTMAN S
1808 ITCH. OOXHEK MASS. ATE.
Hifh School Dept. How Opoa.
Intermediate ?nd Primary Departments
Send for Catalog. Phone Tranfc. 4tM.
I %. ^ Complete course. Evening
daises. 0-10 p. m. Prospective
students invited to attend lecture*
Catalog mailed on request. Address:
Riley School of Chiropractic
1116 F St. Washington, D. C.
311 EAST CAPITOL ST.
AO Commercial BRANCHES
One month, day. $16; evening.
$8. After 7 monthly payments
the next 5 months are free. A
year's scholarship costs $8.33 a
month, day session, or $4.17 a
month, evening session. Evening
sessions are Monday and Thursday
from 6:30 to 9:30.
LINCOLN 38 37th YEAR
Illustrating. Cartooning, FashIon
Drawing, Lettering. Drawing
From Life. Color.
Day and Knnl>( Claim.
Will H. ("handle*. Director.
Children'. Saturday Claaa.
SCHOOL OF ART
lap* 14th ?t. N.W. Fr. 24?7
-A ,n a practical
way, the difficult and Interesting
accounting problems of the modem
large-scale business organiza^tl^SfprSgrim
SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
Edwin C. Boiworth, President
1009-11 International Building
1319-21 F St N.W. Phone M. 5668
Lucia Gale-Barber Sckool
school. Khrthmic Health
Er.aU>, CU.?. to Rhn^ Trai^r *n,)
THE RATIONAL IRIVERSITY
(Incorporated by Special Act of
Classes ?:3o to 9 Each Evening.
slon to examination to the Bar
Fnaklln iiSt. M"n "1T ??
OPENS OCT. 1 AT 6:30 P. M.
Barbara Hoy t
To Wed Soon
To Frederick Ecker,
NEW YORK. Oct. 2.? Mr. and
Mrs. James King Iloyt, of Sound
Peach. Conn.. havs announced ?ho
engagement of their daughter. Misi
P.arbara Hoyt, to Frederick WorI
rell Ecker. so'n of Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Hudson Ecker, of Greenwich.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwasd L. Oohetiy
will give a large dinner party for
Lord and Lady Plrrle and Lord and
Lady Inverforth, of England., at
the opening of the new terrace restaurant
of the Plata tomorrow evening.
Over 1.000 invitations have been
sent out for the reception In the
new ballroom of the Plasa whi Si
follows the marriage of Miss Adelaide
Kip Rhlnelandlr. daughter of
i'hilip Khlnelander. to j illen St.
Charles Shackno. on November II,
in St. Thomas' Church.
Mrs. Kermit Roosevelt will open
her country home at Co/c Neck, j
Oyster Bay. Long Island, next
Wednesday, for a sale of articles!
made by the disabled service men
at The Dugout, tfee club and workshop
for men in vocational training.
rett. Mrs. Thomas E. Roberston
will preside at the tea table and
will be assisted by Miss Ruby
Nevin. Miss Arllne Dufour. Miss
Ruth Ayler, Miss Marie Gatchell
an<j Miss Elizabeth Wilson. Tf the
day Is fair tea will be servad In
Announcements have been received
of the wedding of Miss LaVaun
Haymond, daughter of A. P.
Haymond. jr., of Salt Lake City,
Utah, to C. Judd Evans, son of Mr,
and Mrs. Waring E. Evans, of this
city, the ceremony taking place at
the home of the bride in Salt Lake
City, Saturday. October 1, at
8 p. m.
Miss Emma BeaU, daughter of
Capt. Fred Beall. of 1130 Columbia
road, will leave today for a month's
visit to relatives and friends In
Mississippi. Alabama and Georgia.
She will flrst visit her sister, Mrs.
William P. Pope, at Columbus,
Miss., and on fcer return trip will
probably take In the Confederate
reunion at Chattanooga.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sommers have
returned from Atlantic City, where
they spent the summer In Chelsea.
ARTS CLUB GIVES
The Arts Club calendar for October
includes the following:
Sundays?4:00 to 6:30 p. m. Sunday
afternon tea. Mrs. Gaynor in
charge. All the members and their
Hostesses?Yesterday. Mrs. Spofford:
October 9. Mrs. Leisenrlng;
October 16. Miss O'Connor; October
23. Mrs. Ben Miller; October 30.
Miss Mona W. GUI.
Tuesdays?October 4. Fortnightly
?alon. Illustrated lecture by Madame
E. Hugli-Camp on "'Romanesque
Art in Switzerland."
October 11 ? Spanish-American
evening. In the garden. Arranged
by Dr. W. E. Safford.
October II ? Fortnightly salon.
Illustrated lecture on "The Philippines"
by Mme. de Veyra. wife of
the Philippine Delegate to ths United
October 25?The Arts Club Players
present "Back of the Yard." and
"The Florist Shop." In charge of
dramatic committee. G. A. Lyon,
7:00 p. m.?Dinner will be served
to members and their guests who
apply before 9 a. m.
Thursdays?October 6. Club dinner.
In honor of President and
Mrs. Zolney. Hosts: Past President
and Mrs. Bush-Brown. Annual address
by President Zolnay.
October 13?7:00 p. m. Regular
club dinner. Host: Flnley Hays.
Address by Frederick William Wile,
correspondent, on the Pacific and
tlje Arms Conference.
October 20?7:C0 p. m. Regular
club dinner. Hosts: Mr. and Mrs.
H. J. Staley. Address by a member
of Congress on "Americanization."
October 27?7:00 p. m. Regular
club dinner. 8:30 p. m. Quarterly
buiness meeting of members of the
club. All urged to attend.
The old home dinners will be
served at 6 o'clock Monday. Wednesday
and Friday evenings to
members applying before 9 a. m.
Number limited. 75 cents per plate.
New members elected September
11, 1921, include the following:
Active?Durward Grinstead, artist:
Mrs. Durward Grinstead, lay; Dr.
George P. Merrill, artist; W. E.
Myer. artist, and Mrs. Atherton Seidell,
Proposed for membership September
11: George K. Favrot. lay;
Benjamin F. Heidel. lay; Mrs. Benjamin
F. Heidel, artist; Miss Anna
C. Laws, artist; Richard N. Mason,
lay; Mrs. W. H. Moses, artist; Mrs.
Giles Scott Rafter, lay.; S. Sonneck.
lay. and Miss Harriott C. Williams,
TO RECEIVE HONORS
President Harding: will be inducted
Into the office of honorary vice
president of the Big Brother and
Blir Sister Federation when he receives
officers of the organisation,
the fouQdation of which was laid
by Earnest K. Coulter In 1904. in
order to set men of good standing
to take tfn interest In boys, on Wednesday.
The delegation which will be received
by the President on Wednesday.
will constat of Col. Coulter,
Charles Edwin Fox, president of the
federation; Mrs. H. Gloster Armstrong.
president of the New York
Catholic Biff Sisters; Mrs. Sidney C.
Borg, president* of the New York
Jewish Big Sisters; C. I? Burton,
president Toronto Big Brothers;
John O. Emery, president Grand
Rafrlds Big Brothers; Mrs. a. V. R
Mechln, president 8t. Louis Big
Slsterj; E. C. Klschel. chairman
Minneapolis Big Brothers; William
J. Shroder. president Cincinnati Big
Brothers; Samuel G. Sutherland of
the St. Louis Big Brothers; C. Robert
Langenbacker, chairman of the
federation executive committee;
Mrs. Caroline B. Wilcox of Orand
Rapids Big 81sters, and Rowland C.
Sheldon, executive secretary. The
District of Columbia organisation,
which was formed In January. Is
headed by the Rt Rev. Monstgnor
C. F. Thomas and a. J. Drlscoll,
FKffT BEFORE US,
; WRITES MBS DIX
Married People Should
By DOROTHY DIX.
Ons of the moat curious thinga In
the world la that so many married
people, who are otherwiae well
mannered and obaervant of the decencies
of life, apparently chooae
the moat public placea they can
find In which to havt thflr fights.
Wherever they may happen to be
la a rood enough battleground for
them, though their favorite plccea
for going to the mat with each
other are automobllea and amall
lunch or dinner partlea. They do
not dladain, however, the lobbiea of
theaters, or the decka of steamships,
or summer hotel verandas, or
any other apot In which they are
aure of an audience.
Probably no one la ao lucky aa
not to have taken motor rldea with
huabanda and wives on which the
quarrel between them waxed ao
fierce that it seemed bloody murder
must be dont, nor are many of
us fortunate enough not to have
been forced to become the unwilling
referee In matrimonial fights
where both partlea threw sportsmanship
to the wind, and bit, and
gouged, and kicked, and used every
And In such fracases we, who
were the innocent bystanders, were
the ones who suffered. We were
the ones whose sensibilities were
outraged, whose dignity waa affronted.
We were the onea who
were humiliated. Not the doutffcty
warriora, who retired battered and
bruiaed but with the air of thoaa
who have come to the end of a
Of courae we all know that the
theory that getting married makes
a man and woman two aoula with
but a single thought, la a myth. Ai
a matter of fact the difference oi
sex makes it impoaaible that any
woman and any man can ever think
f-xactly alike on any matter, or aee
It from the same angle. Nor car
any man and woman, born with
different tradltiona and * ideals
agree oh every subject. If every
husband and wife were aa muck
alike as two peaa in a pod they
Tvoul<t bore each other to death.
Furthermore, aa the general rur
of humanity doea not tend to produce
long-suffering Joba and patient
Griseldaa, it ia inevitable that
husbands and wivea should dieagree
in many things, and thai
each ahould stick up for his or hei
own opinion, and that there should
be many a family argument. Likewise,
it is comprehensible that if
the heat of debate a man mlghl
tell hla wife that aha had a jellybean
for a head, and a wife aaaun
her husband that he waa aoll<!
Ivory from the shouldera up, an*
make other uncomplimentary peraonal
commenta. So much for that
Perhaps If married couplea could
agree to disagree, and concede tc
each other the right to hold indivldual
vlewa unmoleated. It woul<!
uaher In the domeatle millennium
Apparently it ia Impoasible for people
to rise to the height of can
ning the family argument, but, thii
being the caae, surely It ia not toe
much to ask that it ahould be kepi
atrictly for home conaumptlon.
None of ua really dealres to kno*
our neighbora' private oplnlona oi
their life partnera. When Simpkina
berates Mrs. Slrapkina for hei
extravagance and telle her that sh<
Is ruining him. or when Jdhei
knocks his wife a cooking and com
pares it invldloualy with hla moth
er's; when Mra. Slmpkina retaliate!
by accusing Slmpkina of being I
tightwad, and Mra. Jones retorti
that if she doesn't know how U
cook, it was because her fathei
made enough money to hire servants.
and that she never woul<
have married aa ahe did if she bad
even dreamed ahe would be put
into the kitchen?why, we who an
forced to liaten to theae disclosure!
of family discord feel aa if we wen
assisting to dig tfP a festerinj
corpse for the second postmortem
It isn't our idea of spending I
pleasant hour listening to a familj
quarrel over things that don't con
cern us. and which we have nelthei
the desire nor the right to know
siid whether we are host or gues
at the party we reaent beini
trapped into auch an unpleasant
Undoubtedly, the reaaon that
moat husbanda and wivea flght it
becauae married life ia monotonoui
and they get bored, and they fine
that a good, atiff scrap puts pes
and ginger into it. If th^ didn't
enjoy a rough and tumble tusal<
they would get along in peace, be
cause no two people who are not
driveling idiots can poaaibly llv<
with eeach other even twelv<
months without finding out jus'
cxactly how to step on each other'i
prejudicea. and how to get around
each other'a angles. For all of ui
within two minutes'
walk of W A L LIS
Eat with greater leisure
and more heartily,
for the food here reawakens
IJIn fact, it is our 26
years devoted to making
food taste good
that crowds our dining
rooms?not the appeal
of jazz, or of smoking,
which is not permitted.
Instead of these attractions,
we offer you better
things to eat at a
saving in prices.
12th and C St*. N. W.
have rot our "Xhp off the Grass"
(leal put up ao distinctly that even
a blind peraon can mo taem.
When. therefore; husbands and
wives co around with chip* oa
their shoulders, It 1? booauao thsy
aro almply spoiling lor a fight, and
aa lose aa thoy do their scrapping
, In private Ifa nobody's business
but their own. and they've a perfect
right to take their pleasure aa
they And It. But when they fight
all over our parlor floors and muae
up our dlaaer tables. It la a different
matter. Then they become
eneral nulaancea that ahould be
abated. And thoae married couples
who cannot keep the peace in publlr
should be oatraelaed until they
come to their senses.
Surely these people do not realise
what they do whea they open
their skeleton Qloeet and force as
to look upon its grisly contents.
Surely they do not appreciate the
crabaraaslng altuation they put ue
in when they make us listen to
their criminatlone and recriminations
of each other, and then appeal
to us to take eldes In a controversy
that Is none ol our affair.
Surely they have no conception of
how lacking In taste.ln breeding. In
everything that llfte humanity out
of the mire they show thsmselvee
when they rage at each other before
a third peraon.
As long as human naWre 1s what
It Is. husband# and wives will have
their domestic spats, but decency
demsnds that they retire to their
own firesides when they do It, and
shut the doors and pull down ths
window shades, and plug up the
Seek Bids for Uniforms.
Rids for police and Are uniforms
*111 again be asked early this week.
Marlon Hargrove, purchasing agent
for the District, announced yesterday.
The . first bids received were
rejected by the Commissioners, although
the prices were 14 per cent
lower than during the previous year.
In hopes that still further reduc-1
ttons could be secured.
| . Ev<
I TM* IUSY O
And you don't hi
With delightful autumn days th<
come chilly nifhts and frosty
Yaa* dislike to tart up the I
steam heater uatil it is actually
Next to the treat convenienoe <
lection Oil Heater is its uaasual
It burns for about 10 hours
gallon of kerosene which oasts
half what it did last year.
It is aa azpaaeiva luxury ta kae
need rooms and hallways heal
time. Hundreds of tbouaaads i
jsui<!>?ns *?? I
1516 H Stmt It W. Offi* Skwku Htkl
The New Fall and Winter Fashions _;
' ' ;
To assist our patrons in
making selections of Autumn .
Fashions which will be worn
during the Disarmament Conference,
we have added a professional New
York Mannequin to our establishment.
We will be pleased to have you inspect
the new GIDDING CREATIONS,
whether ready to select, or
to inform yourself as to the prevailing
modes of the season.
gowns - surrs - coats
day and evening wraps
millinery - blouses - furs
I \ Beginning
stival \ Today at I
f Prices'^ 9:15 A.M.
Extraordinary from _
tut Jftotts QJjamjnatg
MNER PtNN. AVTtNUe AT STMUI
in a few minutes fa
we to "drive"your coal heater crSr\
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