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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER 20: 1918.
rriCOLMAN RITES TODAY
Funeral services for Max I Col
mu, 'who died at Camp Lee, Peters
burr. Vt, September 17. will be held
.p 2 o'clock today at the residence of
his father-in-law, Isador Kaufman,
.Ontario road northwest.
Colman was one of first twenty
, nne-year-olds to be inducted into the
- service, and contracted pneumonia
,' ' $slle training at Camp Lee. He was
I married four months ago to Miss
J Beatrice Kaufman.
,Tlila ts m war .1 equipment. Men
are essentia!, but vrtthvut eqnlpmrnt
tbey are oseless. Help pravlrie fcotb
r birjiajr Wnr SstIbct Stamsm,
USE WOMEN IN ARMY
The British army has sent out a
call for women raneeflndcrs, accord
inc to the T. "VV. C. A. war wo
council representative here.
These women are employed in the
British opticians munitions factories
and are used exclusively for testing
rangeflnders. Because of the nature
of the work and the delicate me
chanism it has been found that wom
en are particularly fitted for it.
Tf fh naia af flartra mmA JaU
Iara ponrlnc Int. tae U, S. Treasury
announce t the world that this coun
try Is united. Boy TVar farlaca
HAPPENINGS IN- SOCIETY
rtj Royal Visitor Is Feted Luncheon at the White House.
Lansings to Entertain.
How to Make
" Your Own Complexion
Treatment at Home
Oatmeal Prescription Does It.
. Kw Trtflp. Tt la mv nvn discovery
551 It takes just one ntrht to get)
fuch marvelous results." says Ms.,
xin& wuaer, wnen ner menus
iner about her wonderful compiex-
on and the Improved appearance 01
cr nanas ana arms, -iou cu u
he same thine- If you follow my ad-
Wln." h av "T foI It mv duty to
JXell every rlrl and woman what this
twonderful prescription did for me.
iJost think of it All this chance In
'a single nljrht! I never tire of telllnff
'others Just what brought about Mich
remarkable results. Here Is the iden
tical prescription that removed -jver
defect from zay face, neck, hands and
'arms. Until you try It you can ftrin
Jno Idea of the marvelous cbamre it
will make in just one appIlcaUqn.
ffhe prescription which you can pro
Ar at your own home Is as follow?:
jCHto any grocery and cet ten cents'
tTPrth of ordinary oatmeal and from
Bay drujr store a bottle of derwillo.
"Prepare the oatmeal as directed lit
Jetfrv sackaze of derwillo and apply
isbt and morning. The first applica-
hours at the most. Thousands who
have used It report the same results
I have had."
Miss O. C says: "My complexion
was poor and my skin rough- My
neck, chest, hands and arms were dark
from exposure. Th. very first appli
cation of this wonderful Derwillo oat
meal combination convinced me that
mv poor complexion and skin olera
lanes would soon be a thin? of the
past. In a few weeks all these un
sightly defects had entirely disap
peared and I shall always use it to
keep my complexion at Us best all
the time. I have recommended it to
my ?in irienas ana tney are just as
HE PRESIDENT AND MRS.
."ILSON entertained Infor
mally at luncheon at the
Wlilt. House today In compli
ment to His Royal Highness Prince
Axel of Denmark, a commander in
the Danish navy, who is here with a
commission of Danish naval officers
to study our navy and observe naval
activities. The prince was formally
received by the President yesterday
afternoon, the Secretary of State. Mr.
Lansing making the Introduction.
The prince and his suite arrived late
in the afternoon, and were escorted
to the White House by Mr. Lansing
land the Secretary of the Navy, Mr.
Daniels. The home or Aksel Ch. I.
Wlchfcld. attache of the Danish lega
tion, has been placed at their disposal
during their stay In Washington.
Last evening the President and Mrs.
Wilson attended the performance at
Poll's Theater, having as guests Mrs.
William H. Boiling. Miss Bertha Boll
Karbing. Lieutenant Laub and Lieu
tenant Thlele, all of the Danish navy,
and members of Prlnc eAxel's staff;
Maj. Gen. George Barnett, command
ant of the marine corps; Congressman
Lemuel P. Padgett, head of the House
Committee on Naval Affairs; Rear
Admiral Leigh C. Palmer. Rear Ad
miral R. S. Griffin. Rear Admiral
Ralph Earle, Rear Admiral David W.
Taylor, Paymaster General Samuel
McGowan, Rear Admiral G. W. Parks,
Rear Admiral George R. Clark, Sur
geon General W. C. Bralsted, Capt
W. V. Pratt, Comdr. Adolphus An
drews, aide to the commission, and
the Secretary's aide, Comdr. P. W.
The French Ambassador and Mme.
Jusserand entertained at dinner It
the embassy last evening in compll
ment to Major General Janln. the dis-
enthusiastic over it as I am.
use it before rointr to the theater.
dances or parties and It's wonderful
what a difference It makes in our ap
pearance." Mrs. G. V. writes: "Oatmeal and
Derwillo have worked miracle with
my complexion. I had many desplsod
wrinkles and a sallow rough skin. Mv
hands ana arms were covered with
freckles. After eight weeks' use if
Mae Edna Wilder", wonderful com
plexion prescription these objection
able defects have entirely vanished.
I look ten years younger and adv!e
inc. and Miss Helen Woodrow Bones. ' .......u"--"" "'.-" -.vl
Thl. affumon Presld.nt Wll.nn r. I """ """ "" u.i.tcr, w,.u
celved Prof. Thomas G. Masaryk,
Ignace Jan Paderewskt, Dr. Hlnke
lion will astonish you. It makes the every girl and woman to try It and I
nsparent. smootn ana
sni.llw vatAnmrnKnq . r
Jfor a sallow skin, freckles, tan. sun
kkln -atmear transparent, smooth and feel confident after one or two addII
i uuna iney win use it continually
ots. coarse pores, rough skin, ruddl
tress. wrinkles and in fact, every blem-
sn mo race, nanas ana arras are neir
to. If your neck or chest is discolored
frbm exposure, apply this combination
there and the objectionable defect
Fn&ll dlsaDDear ax If bv masric. It is
"jfc-60lutely harmless and will not tro-
and be just as favorably Impressed
with It as I an. I recommend It to
an 01 my irjenas.
NOTE To iet th best effect be sure
to follow the complete directions contained
In every paekare of derwillo. Ton have
only to se derwillo and oatmeaL Ton
need nothlnr else and It Is so simple that
anyone can use It and so Inexpensive that
Be or stimulate a crowth of hair. ". '.'" r .n " TB
! . i rnanniari nrnrn nnn nnimits avnai
ttftQ matter now rough and ungainly
efc. hands and arms- or -what abuses
fjfjhey have had through hard work and
KBposure to sun and wind, this oat-SJneal-derwIIlo
combination will work
ai Wonderful tranafnrmnflrtTi In 1?
nannfactnrers and drurxtsts gnarantee
nv lucre win oe a, nouceaoie improve
ment after the first application or they
will refund tbe money. It Is sold In this
city nnder a money refund cvarantee by
all drozrlsts. Including People's Drue
owie, au j uganfii a.
Hinkovitch. Emll Revyuk. Lieut.
Basile-Stolca and John Almagla.
These gentlemen delivered to htm
the resolutions of the great union vic
tory meeting of the oppressed na
tionalities of central Europe held at
Carnegie Hall, New York, last Sun
day. Entertaining in honor of H. R. H.
Prince Axel, cousin of the King of
Denmark, who is here as the guest
of tbe Navy Department, was In
augurated last evening when the Sec
retary of the Navy and Mrs. .Tmenhui
fDanlels gave a dinner in his honor.
Tonight he will be the guest of the
Secretary of State and Mrs. Lansing.
who will have a distinguished com
pany to meet him: and other hospi
talities wnicn nave been arranged in
his honor include a luncheon which
the Danish Minister, Constantln Brun.
will rive tomorrow, and a dinner to
morrow evening with Admiral Will
lam S. Benson, chief of naval opera
tions, ss host. The Secretary of
the Navy and Mrs. Daniels will also
take the Prince and his suits to
Mount Vernon, the trip being made
aboard the Mayflower.
Mrs. Daniels, who was hostess at
the dinner last evening, was the only
lady present. The guests asked to
e Ms royal highness were the
Danish minister, Mr. Brun; Engineer
has recently been designated to com
mand the Czecbo-Slovak armies in
Prance. Italy, and Russia, and-who is
en route to Vladivostok. There were
twelve guests to meet him.
General Janin called at the White
House, accompanied by the French
ambassador, shortly after his arrival
in Washington, and was received by
the President. The ambassador and
Mme. Jusserand had an Informal
luncheon for their distinguished coun
tryman on Wednesday, and that even
ing the retiring military attache' of
the French embassy. General Vignal.
and Mme. Vignal gave a dinner in his
Aime. da. Gams, wife of the Bra-
Vtlfnn a... m a .V.. ..lit a .
a.... u.w0auw.v win nut, acuUHJ-
pany her husband when he sails for
Brazil to become minister for foreign
affairs, but will follow- Tilm next
spring after spending the winter In
New York, her farmer home. Mme.
da Gama went back to New York to
day after making a short star at the
embassy with Mr. da Gama. She will
return here next month to superintend
the removal of the embassy from Mrs.
Melville E. Ingalls' Massachusetts
avenue resluerce, where It has been
established for several years.
ItedBVIds Coins; To Tloh.
Mrs. William a Redfleld will ac
company Mr. Redfleld, the Secretary
or commerce, to Boston.where he Is
Gheen announce the- engagement of
their daughter. Miss Mary Montfort
Gheen, to Lieut. Comdr. Alva Donglas
iiernnara. u. h, n., who Is attached
to the United States ship Kansas.
Admiral and Mrs. Gheen and their
daughters are at Monterey, Pa.',
where they have had a cottage for
the summer. Miss Gheen was pre
sented to society in Washington sev
eral seasons ago, and was particularly
popular with the navy. Commander
Bernhard was at one time stationed
at the Washington Navy Yard.
Mrs. Josephus Daniels left town I
today for a hasty trip to North Oarq-j
lina in the Interest of'tBe i Y."k."CTA.'
war council, of which she Is a mem
Don Angel Guarello Gallo and Ro-I
dolfo Jarmillo have arrived in Wash
ington to serve as attaches of the!
The Netherlands legation has a, new
attache in the person of J. K. Inckel,
technical advisor for colonial affairs.
who has recently arrived in Wash
Take. Over Stir nome.
Baron Knut Bonde, first secretary
of the Swedish legation, has taken
possession of the Residence, 1742 N
street; and In the "absence of Baro
ness Bonde, who is. still at Blue
Ridge Summit. Pa, Count Goran
Rosen, second secretary of theMega-
tlon. and Olaf H. -Kamm. shipping
delecate. are -with him.
The .temporary 'staff of the lega-
tloln. of whlch-Mr? Lamm Is a mem
ber, has been augmented by the ar
rival of -Guitar Llndman, technical
adviser to the Swedish commission;.
and Be'rtil A. Renborg. .secretary of
the commission. Mr. Renborg is .ac
companied by Mrs. Renborg; . John
Allan Miner, commercial attache or
the legatloln, and Mrs. MiUer and
Lieut. J. B. Jeansson, honorary at
tache, are llsted'as absent In the newt
Issue of the diplomatic list
Miss Ellen Wlndom Warren, daugh
ter of -Mr. and Mrs. Bently, Wirt
Warren, of Boston, will be married
to Danforth Geer. Jr., of New York.
September 28, In Willlamstpwn,
Mass., where the) bride's parents
have a country place. Miss warren
ts a granddaughter of the late Wll-
. ii. iri-.M t.. -.. a . &. w. ..
i , . . . 1 nam ii iiiuuiu, wuv .who iicvibmw v
Scheduled to makr an nAArm ..tw'.t.. m . -n u - .--
I "- - me .treasury unuer f-rca.ucii.a uar
field and Harrison. Mr. Geer Is a
lan-nl nduloaai tarn 4t-kiak -.rV ea a-,? aft Fai .
w u.io &jju win oe gone several ! ...;. ... . wimuaub .
days- Their son. Ensign Humphey
nedaeld, is on sea duty. His wife
Is making her home with her par
ents in Cincinnati. Jolninr- her hua.
band for short periods whenever it
John Barrett Director General of
the Pan American Union, returned to
town today from a trip to New York,
where he attended the annual meet
ing of the executive council of the
Pan American Society of the United
You Can't Eat Meat
100 Miles Away
Preparing meat is only a part of Swift & Company's
The finest meat in the world wouldn't do you any
good one hundred miles away from your table.
Swift & Company efficiency has made it possible to
place complete lines of products in the smallest and most
To be sure the wprk is done well Swift & Company,
through its branch houses and car routes, brings the meat
to the retail dealer for you.
Swift & Company lays out car routes covering towns
big, little, medium size which are not served by a
Swift branch house.
Salesmen find out in advance what is wanted by
the dealers in every town.
They are followed by refrigerator cars loaded with
retailers' Orders, which are delivered at each town fresh,
clean, and sweet once or twice each week.
Swift & Company operates a large number of car
route.0 like this, from fourteen distributing plants.
This is a necessary and natural part of the packer's
usefulness. It fits into the industry in an orderly, effective
way. It makes better meat cheaper from one end of
the land to the other.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
Washington Local Branch, 10-14 Center Market
D. T. Dutrow, Manages
i,M .Arthur Woods, wife of' -C0I1
unci nuoui, cniei personnel otneer of
the Air Service. U. S. A.. Is. visiting
at the home of Henry White. 1210
Nineteenth street for a week or two,
and Is hunting for a suitable resl
Jnce. as she expects to spend the
Inter In Washington. Colonel
Woods Is now on a mission overseas.
out win join her here before lornr.
On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Lan-
mg. wife or the Secretary of State,
'tus asked a few guests to meet Mrs.
Voods ajid learn something of the
ommunity kitchen idea which she
endeavoring to Introduce into
'Vsshington as a means of solving
' e problem of living. The project
b-en tried out In New York with
Benaona at Tie ate.
Admiral and Mrs. William S. Ben-
n have returned to their apart'
cnt In the Wyoming after an absence
i several weeks. Admiral Benson,
Sm was taking his flrn vacation in
tiree years, was In the Adlrondackn
or a week or two, after which Mrs.
"nson -joined him, and they spent
re lait part of his holiday together.
lie had been visiting her cousin, Mrs.
;. H.. Bull, in Erie, Ta.
Rear Admiral and Mrs. Edward H.
Swift & Company's nice of fresh beef In
' Nshlncton. D C . for the week endlnr
Saturday. September II. Hit. averaied
"1 is cents per pound. Advt.
partment in Washington.
During this year Miss Warren has
been with her father here, who has
been serving as chief legal adviser
to the United States Fuel' Adminis
tration, and Miss Warren has. been j
engaged in a branch of Red Cross
At Bar Tlarbor.
Mr. and Mrs. V. Everit Macy. of
New York, are expeetedln, Washing
ton about October I, and'-'will be at
the apartment at 178S Massachusetts
avenue, which they occupied last
year for the winter months, Mrs.
Stacy is at present in Bar Harbor-wlth
her sister. '
Mrs. Theodore V. Boynton is spend
ing several days at th. Wolcott Ho-1
tel. New York.
Mrs. James F. Barbour has returned
to her Washington residence after an
absence of several weeks, during
which she visited Rear Admiral and
Mrs, Harold Norton at their summer
horn, at Osterville, Mass, and spent
some time with her daughter. Mrs.
George Lewis Mayer, of Philadelphia. I
In Atlantic city.
The Ohio Girls' Clnb and the uni
formed men from Ohio will join th.
Arion Club on their boat trip to
Marshall Han, which they will take
Saturday evening, the boat leaving at
Mrs. Winiam S. McNalr, wife of I
Brigadier General McNalr, U. S. A-.
who is now In France, and her daugh
ter, Mrs. Edward Sterling, wife of
Lieutenant Sterlinir. u. S. A also In
France, have arrived In Washington
and have taken an apartment at the
Wyoming for the winter. Mrs. Ster
ling was Miss Mary Louise McNalr
before her marriage, which took place
last fall. She. with her mother, have
been making their home at Camp
Devcns, Ayer, Mass.. where General
McNalr and Lieutenant Sterling were
stationed before going to France.
NEED NOT LOOK MOTHERLY
ON ACCOUNT Of GRAY HAIR
S)enjBWjf jy C. ffi . Jm -JT V anaaWjf
III UfnhkU .G fm r aKaamer
The hair of many of our women
turns prematurely gray, or streaked
with gray, and this has a mortifying
effect, or makes them look tdd and
motherly or sometimes unattractive.
This is an unnecessary condition, as
it Is k easy tf turn the gray back
to thA t.ort. evenly dark, fluffy, beau
tlful hair you ud to have. It Is!
whispered that Mrs. . one
not a dye. It gives her hair that
beautiful, "live," soft and dark ap
penrance she had when she was flf
tren years old. No one could possl
blv suspect that she had applied "La
Cteole" to her hair. She simply
fombs "La Credo" Hair Dressing
through her hair two or three times
a wifk. It Is so oaj-y to do In the
prl'-acy or her aprrlincnt that she
our society leaders', hair hd tnrn-il .tdvibcs othir wonifn to stop looking
prematurely gray seven or eight motherly on account of prematurely
years ago, but she has turned back i gray hair and d as he has done
the hand of time by skillfully apply- and have beautiful dark hair again,
lnc La Creole Hair Dressing to herl without even a tra of gray show
bair and scalp. This preparation is I Ing. by using La Creole Hair Dressing,
HE BUSYC0RNER!ENrW.IWtAT 8TH.ST.
Remember We Are Open All Day Saturday and
These Good Values mean a Busy Day
Garments for the Children Who Go toi;
School or the Little. Folks ,. Who
Stay. At Home
; ; CHILDREN'S DRESSES of colored check gingham, high
'waist style, waist finished with pearl buttons, collar and
: ' cuffs are of plain chambray. Sizes 2 to 6 years, at tf" JC
'TL50 and ? 3
; ; CHILDREN'S ROMPERS. Toddle Kids, or Knickerbocker
; styles, made" of pink and white, or blue and white checked
; I gingham, striped .or plain colored gingham, or .white madras.
; ' Some are smocked and are finished with pearl but- JY Cf
; 1 tons; sizes 2 to 6 years, at -c. . . . . ,-?i.tJU
; GIRLS' DRESSES, of blue, pink or yellow chambray, with
''white collar and coifs, also white -poplin, with blue, pink
for yellow collar and cuffs. Sizes 6 to 12 years. tfP AC
, ' - . a a w nnnnf.van . ai i
,; uiKLS- UUAAUSKAX iJKfcasfcs, nana ismocea, pync
! ! pink and blue; broken sizes, at. . . '. ......... .. . 9 VD
; GIRLS' CREPE DRESSES, pretty styles, hand em
brpidered, in pink, bine, or tan; sizes G to 12 years 4C QC
i;V-GffiLS' TAM-O'-HANTERS, of velvet or plush, tjlf CA
;at $20 to .-. "
-CHILDREN'S BLOOMERS of pink, blue or tan ?Q
; chambray; sizes 2 to 6 years at . " ?-
1 . . Kann's Second Floor.
umifxrrrffr m.mjm... i ...... ..........rf frf rfff ff f ,JJr
fri c IS vn-a. flmKttlttnrt B
(j III 1 clf : I i g?iflHn.l H I
jj ScnsibleShoesfor GrowingFcet
ji The Kind Parents Will Want Their Children to
Wear to School .
-: OUR FAMOUS GOOLV-
fYEAR WELT SHOES are
:;made orthopedically correct to
i:give greatest comfost.and Jiot
ilbind or deform the' growing
: : B r o a d - toe -.shape,, with
;:pony" cut Dacn; spring neei
:;or flat heeL T All" sizes and
:: widths B to E..- Outfit your
' : children for -school -tomorrow
;;from these lines:
, toCVKtotHiri rLIA'llWGS.
'i . ! In Ttantiiu n-nrl mAm tpiAfhw twt .
; : ; white and flesh, a yard, 79c to '
!: :: $3.00. w , i :
!; : GEORGETTE PtEATINGS.J
liSizw S'lo 8: pa pair, $3.50
i; Sires 8 to 11; pair, $4.50
Size 11 to 2; pair,
- $5.00 and $5.25
Kinrs Fourth Floor.
! oa tam -and blue, aid bine and
I'pink combinations, a arrow
;i !; Wider pleatings, a yard, '
l; ;; NET PLEATTNGS. in white J
i , ; ana ecru, a yaro, zrom ioc xa ;
Caa Metal Calf Bi::: 5in. ;
;; j! Other pleating in soft ma-
Sizes 5 to 8; per pair, $3.50 ; j : terials.' ' in many ., different
widths, a yard, 33c, 59c audi
1 79c ''
7 Vnm'iAtM.f VIaa,
Sizes 8Vz to 11; ps, $4.00 j
Sizes 11 to 2; pair, $4.50
PRETTY SILKEN GQWNS ,
Of Soft Crepe de Chines .and Smpdth. Surfaced
Crepe de Chine Gowns, flesh color,
trimmed in filet lace; scpiare neck; lace
sleeves; shirring down front and also
on sleeves; hemstitching and shirrinc at
waist; finished in nice quality yC flfi
satin ribbon, at
Wash Satin Gowns, flesh color, made
in empire style; square neck, finished
in hemsitching, and a pink ribbon bow
at waist with rosebud in cen- ( 7C
Crepe "de Chine Gowns, flesh color;
tailored and empire styles; made with
small sleeve; hemstitching; finished
with ribbon and little rose- djC fC
buds, at JtJ.IJ
Better qualities at $9.50 (tg yg
Kann's Second Floor.
" 4 X
They are not only beautiful, but wear vefi, id -are -really practical,
so, though seemingly a luxury, are not so actually. "
Another style in Crepe de Chine,?
iiesh color, in empire style, with' the
aleena finished in iftintv little tnrJrn
and shirring; ribbon bow and (ttAflAj I
hemstitchiag at waist, at.. JlU.UUi ,
Better qualities at S11.00.d1i pA
Crene de Chine Gowns, flesh color,
trimmed in filet and val lace: J
finished with tailored bow. djy yp J
Extra Size Gowns For Stout Women J
Crepe de Chine, flesh color; tailored J
and empire styles; Fet-m sleeves, and
finished with hemstitching and; 'large
ribbon bow. Sizes 19 and 20 (y n r
Wash Satin Gowns, made Cfi 7 5
on same lines as above, at. . VV '
A Sale of
To show the completeness of
our stock and the wonderful va'- J
ucs to be found daily in our Je.- X
el ry Section.
J Ste'rling Silver Rings, band X
styles and clusters; set with g ,
best quality white (JJO A A X I
stones. At v""- g ,
Sterling Silver Ring?, set J
X with large cut white stone, in
t pierced setting: looks like a j ?
X very expensive ring, JJ1 CA J
Jbutonlv costs you.... PA.U?
i Z s
jjSeparate Skirts Continue!
2 but only costs you
? Extra Special
Rings, set with single wnite
! stone, with platinum, finish; ,
; . Tiffany setting, 7 5 C !
J Other styles in Rings, sterling
silver and solid gold, COO C A
UP to JJaaWV
Special showing Solid Gold
Rings, set with white sapphire
and nmiamarine stones.
2 at Sfi.50. 57.50, $9.00, 10 A A J
2S10.50 and H .UU S j
2 Kann's Street Floor. J J
It 1 I I 'j I Ml aaHBV "
I I ' 'I aaBH
Skirt makers are oat-
loing themselves in ere-
ting new styles. that are
narvcis of trimness, of 2
rraccfnl lines and gcn-5
ral becomingness to all
the different types of fig- $
There are pleated and 2
plain models .trimmed
with novelty pockets and
The new materials are
black and hluc taffetas, J
silk poplins, novelty mix-1
turcs, woo plaids and
stripes, and black and
blua serges. All sizes to
select from. t
At 55:93, $7.95. 5S.95.
S9.:5. 510.95, 5t4.P3 to
Kann'i Second Floor.