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THE WASHINGTON TB1ES. FRIDAY: JUNE 6. 1919.
WAB COST PROBE
The select committee to investigate
the conduct of the European ar and
'Ihe expenditure or ?16.000.000;000 by
the War Department has been. naned
by Speaker Gillctt as follows:
Republicans Congressmen Gra
ham. Illinois, chairman; Harriilton,
Michigan; McKenzief Illinois; Johnson
South DakoU; JlcaviSj, Nebraska; Ma-
gce. .JJew York; McCulIoch, Ohio;
Bland, Indiana; Jefferis. Nebraska,
and MacGrc'gor, New:"ybrk-
Denfocrats Congressmen Flood,
Virginia; Garrett, Tennessee, -.Dqre-
mus, Michigan; Donovan, New York,
and Lse, California.
xt Is, probable the .committee . will
meet jiext week to organize. Five
subcommittees "witf be -named.- Tliere
will, be two. Republicans and one"
Democrat on each.
Five Receive Diplomas at Com
mencement Exercises Held
at High School.
ROCKVTLLE, Md., Jane, 6. Com
xaoncement exercises of the Rockvillc
Sigh School -were held last evenfng.
In -charge, of -Prof. R. Milton Hall,
principal of he institution, and in
cluded a scripture reading. by Miss
Mabel E. -Becker; a paper on "The
league,, of Rations;", by Miss Edith
Lamar; a paper on '"Maintenance oZ
Peace;" by Miss Margaret E. Bcherrerl
an essay, by Miss Josephine H. Dack:
the presentation of diplomas, by Prof,
Edwin Wr- Broome, county superin
tendent of schools; and the- presenta
tion of medals and other prizes, by
,For the highest average Among the
high school' students, Miss Margaret
K. Scherrer was . awarded a gold
medal, and a similar prize was given
Miss Anita Lamar for the highest
average among the grammar, schopl
pupils. For proficiency in history,
first prize was awarded Stonestreet
Lamar, and -second .prize to Lee
3?he .graduates1 were Misses Mabel
B.. Becker, Edith G. Lamar. Josenhine
H. Lack and Margaret E. Scherrer and
Robert Xt Hictorsdn, jr.
Lawrence AChisweil, of Dickerson,
thIa.5county, will be a candidate for
the Democratic nomination for. coun
ty commissioner to succeed Harry "M.
Williams, u;whp retires next XaM. He
will have to contest' with Harvey J.
Harris CanS3llchard T-White and pos
sibly with Joseph-.Eyles, Commis
sioner wmiams will fiat seek, the
aithfirsburg Community chopl
baa-chosen the . following bf
jr "the ensiling' yeaV: 'PreBi
dent,-Mfr pats, Etchir6BBcretary;
Mrs. John "STovef: "treasurer. Mrs.
Thomas' W. rrbxall. - "" " - '" '
tX - testimonial meeting "to the: late
State, Senator. J. Qawson JWilliams,
who "dieid "lasf fall of . pneumonia fol
lowing the influenza, wjll be held in
tfie Methodist ChurCh "here Sunday
afternoon beginning at 3 o'clock.
Represehtatives of the Community
"Welfare League" of Bethesaa district
win ippear" before the county com
misslofteri:1 nere on June "17 in the
inte'rest of the proposed increase in
For misbehaving at Glen Echo Park
Tuesday evening, Paul Frazier and
James V. Canavar. young "Washing
ionlans, were fined ?10 and costs
each by Judge'jW"; Frank Gaither in
the police court here.
Miss Irene A. Coyle. of Jamaica
Plains, Mass., and Claude M. Canco.
of Big Stone. "Va., were married here
by the Rev. J. K. Hcndcrton.
A barn and barrack on the farm
of Mrs. Sarah E. Boyd, near Bovds.
this county, together vHh farming .
machinery, hay, pram and other1
things, were destroyed by fire Wed-! 5
nesday afternoon, entailing a loss of! of'
-.. tennn -.- iit. .
auvui iiwu, i)di nail v covcrea oy insurance.
LETTS ASK RBCOGNITlOJT.
Lithuanians. Letts. Esthonians and
U Krai mans have presented a joint
memorandum, to the State Department I
asking that each people be recog-
nizea by tiic United States as an in- I
dependent republic. The action, fol
lowed SL lintnn nf notrlntti, .AttAtUa I
tit the four nationalities in the United '5
Mates in the interest of their freedom.
OVERCOMC BV HEAT,
Charles Bowens. colored. fortv
years old. of 7.15 Eighteenth street
northeast, was overcome . by heat
while at First and W streets north
west yesterday and taken to Frced
men's Hospital. His condition is not
Regular Weekend Sale of
the hair, bottle
IV 1 1 1 i ams'
(Luxury Tax Included in These 'Prices)
Bnttt rfljr Talcum
Colcate'a Hotel Soap,
for the toilet and Cp
bath, cake OX
Brushes, hard, medium
aVid soft OQl
Zinc Stearate Powder,
for infant Ol a
Armour's Sylvan Ser
ies Toilet- Soup, assort
ed odors. 16c cakes.
Sea Salt, for the bath,
regular 25c inA
Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M.; Close 6 P. M,
JT PAYS TO & DEAL AT "
9FnMtigZ Y1l3KP!-&Bi SW9Sf
Dainty Summer Jewelry
Solid Gold Uagerle
made, pair , ,
Ribbon Bracelets for wrist watches;
extra heavy silk ribbon: gold tilled
and sterling silver mounted. Cf
Worth $1.00 ; OjC
Pearl Necklaces, graduated styles; in
popular sizes; good quality ETQt
beads; gold plated clasp...... 03
Brilliant Bar-Plas, many effective
designs, skt with first quality "bril
liant rhinestones. Values KKe
worth to-$L00. . UtJX,
Gold filled Bracelet . "Watches, ten
year American case; ten jewel- SwiSr
movements; gold filled 2"f ft QQ
extension bracelet Olv70
Goldesbers First Floor.
Bright, New Summer Wearables at Economy Prices
i f FcSa
Here in Endless Variety at Prices That Represent
the Limit of Value-Giving.
$5.08 Up to $24.50
-" :-Crisp, new, fresh, charming styles in an assortment,
that, reveals everything that is new and dainty in fashion
favorite summer tfub frocks'." A wealth of beauty and va-'"
riety 'that responds to eyery need of the summer season
.pricedina way .that emphasizes this store's leadership in
Every woman and young miss who appreciates choos
ing her summer dresses from a stock of over- fifteen huhy'
dred garments will come here, where immense assortments'
and newest styles are ,coupled -with remarkably low prices,
considering quality and workmanship.' -
Particularly fine selection of delightful new midsummer
styles are, shown tomorrow at $5.98 to $24.50.
There are Dresses of gay, colorful Ginghams, Finest
Tissue, Sheer White Voile, French .Vofle, Gabardine Sport
Fabrics, Printed Voile, Lingerie Cloth, French Organdy, etc.
A wonderful array of light and dark shades and charming color combinations for selection
flowered, striped and plain effects. Over one hundred different models an assortment that as-
.. Alt u -if? A At 13 1
sures a style ana dress lor eyery summertime ocisiuu. au ai&es j.o w ho inciuaea.
Goldeiibcrsft Second floor.
Modish Elastic Veils1
at 25c Each
A sRectal sale of these popular
Elastic Veils, the kind that arc
easily adjusted. Shown in many
attractive styles, in hairline,
.hexagon, scroll, motif and dotted
effects. In black, taupe, navy
' blue and .dusky brown.
Goldenberg's First Kloor
Special : Values in
Women's Pure Linen Hand
i kerchiefs, v good sheer quality,
wfuir size; hemstitched 1 Q;
' .. Three for 50c
: Women's; ' Fancy Colored
Border "Handkerchiefs, effeo
tiye designscopies of the high
t cost . imported , handkerchiefs;
'hemstitched b'ofd- ia
;ers ...i. -,i lUC
. Goldenbers'a Firrt Floor.
. : r- : -
Special Values at
Women's Colored Silk- Um
brellas, with fancy bakalite and
celluloid trimmed handles and
rings. Fine quality silk taf
feta covers, in navy, green,
purple and black. With high
class handles to match, some
with rings, others with silk
cord loops. Can he used for
sun or rain.
Goldenbers' First Floor.
An Incoming Host of Charming Styles in
Girls9 Summer Dresses
of Voile and Lawn
$2.98 to $4.98
Distinctive New Styles and Conspicuously Good Values In This
Collection of Tub Frocks for Girls from 6 to 14 Years
Colored Voile and Lawn Dresses promise to be popular
this summer, and with offerings in our Juvenile Department of
such splendid values and delightful styles as these, mothers
will find it to their advantage to choose a number of frocks for
their daughters tomorrow.
Hundreds of charmingly new, fresh,, crisp, youthful, and
girlish dresses are here, in line quality colored voiles and sheer
lawns, in beautiful patterns and colorings of' green, blue, rose
and pink. The smart models are with square and round necks,
finished with organdy collars and cuffs, sashes and belts; full
skirts with deep hems. Sizes 6 to 14 included.
Girls', Misses' and Junior Dressesii Middy Dresses, $3.98
&4 QQ , $C QQ Girl's Middy Dresses, of white Lonsdale leas.
p-x.u W' py.u .f..'" trimmed collars and cuffs and silk embroidered em-
in nanasonre .,. pijit.fl avirt Ki ft to 14 -
Of beautiful quality Crinsnams. in nanasonre bietns. Plaited skirts. Sizes 6 to 14 years.
plaids stripes ana siain colors. nue pique or ur
candy collars and cuffs. Coatee and tunic effects.
with full skirts and pockets. .Large variety oiac
tractive models. Sizes 14 and 10 years. -
Middy Skirts, $1.98
Middy Skirts, of white Lonsdalejean, deep.plalteil
models with hems and pockets. De
2 to 10 years.
;ep bands; sizes
B. - MF f I t J C Sk s
Mm 94 i
a tisaSK 1 iXxS Mihrnm m
Girls' Dresses, $2.98
Of fine quality ginghams, in prettyplaidsatripes
and plain colors. Stylish models with white or con
trasting color collars and cuffs; full skirts with
pockets. Sizes 6 to 14 years. ,
L GoIdenberO Third Floors
Practical Tub Skirts
In a Great Array of Appealing Styles and Serviceable
Materials Priced at
$2.50 updo $8.88
v $tunning new summer
wajsK skir have been add
cdii(T oUfcollection of . mod
erately priced garments,
which is conspicuous for
splendid values and variety
of styles. They are well
tailored, cleverlv fashioned.
andhow all the new style
Materials consist of Gab
ardine, Cotton Tricotine,
Fancy Pique, Novelty
. Madras. Wash Satin. Linen.
Cordeltne, Fancy Colored and, Novelty Sport Gabardines.
Smart ideas are developed in side-trimmrft -, embroidered
models, plain tailored skirts with mannish r and belts,
gathered-back styles with button-trimmed pockr:. -'o hemstitched
and tucked styles with- cuff bottoms, and therr arc plenty of sport
skirts of plaid and colored gabardines, in open front models, trimmed
with large pearl buttons, as well as side-buttoned skirts with, nov
Regular and extra size skirt lengths and waistbands included.
(oldrnberg!! Second Floor.
BOYS' WASH SUITS
Our Annual June Sale of Maker's Samples and Surplus Lots of Well-Known
Brands at Savings of One-Third and More.'
LOT 1 Consists of Suits of chambray,
madras, percale and Japanese crepe, in Billy
Boy, short-sleeve Beach, Little Tommy Tucker
and Dutch Daddy modelft, all with short straight
knee pants. In white and colors, plain colors
and combination colorings. Warranted fast
colors. Sizes 2 to 8 years of age.
Worth $2.00. Sale Price
1.39 & $2.89
All are new, fresh, clean, perfect quality
garments from the makers of "Crescent,"
"Mother's Friend," "Stonewall" and "Peer
less" brand wash suits. Fine quality materials
that will stand frequent tubbings, in a large
variety of styles and colors guaranteed fast.
Sizes for youngsters from 2 to 8 years
LOT 2 Includes Suits of fine quality rep,
pique, duck, galatca, jean, drill and linene. In
light and dark blue, tan, brown, white, gray
and other popular shades usually found in high
priced 'wash suits. Juvenile models with short
straight-knee pants. Sizes 2 to 9 years.
Values worth S3.50, ?4.00 and $4.50. djo OQ
Sale Price L.OV
Women's Summer Footwear
of Smart Style Distinction
$4 to $12 a pair
A splendid showing of women's low Shoes Oxfords,
pumps and Colonials, in unusual models reflecting" elegance
and good taste, including the popular long, slender vamp
opera pumps and graceful, dressy models with hand-turned
soles an attractively large selection of the best styles in
all leathers here at S4.00 to SI 2.00 pair.
Women's Oxfordi, Pumps and
Colonials of patent colt, suede,
brown and black kid, tan calf
and gun metal, with Louis,
Cuban and low heels.
Women's White Kid. white
Nu-Buck and Canvas Oxfords,
Pumps and Colonials, for wear
with white frocks; welted and
turned soles Louis and Cuban
Women's White Keels, Oxfords and Pumps,
Worth up to $3.00, at $1.79 Pair '
Cool and comfortable footwear for warm weather, including- Ked?
Oxfords and Pumps, with and without heels. All sizes 2i to 7 included!
but not every size of each style.
Goldrnbrrs First Floor.
ITar Tax 2 CenU Additional.
The Great Metropolis
SUNDAY, June 8
SPECIAL THROUGH TRAIN
Direct to Jenna. Sin.. 7(h Are.
and. 3td St. Ura Washjnctoa
Eaturdajr Midnight. 12. 5 A. M.;
axrices Penaa Star, in the heart
of New York City. 7.50 A. M.
Returning. IeaVes New York 6.10
Jane to FhlLidcIphia - $2.Z&
Jane IS- to Chester - - .."$'
Jane 15 - to Wilmington - 4i3
Tickets n xfe! be;;ii;n:nc Fri
day t'Ttifdins tirh ?-urslt-n
fi B fG.OO Genuine Siuth
a) - - American Panamas at. . . .
i ' BiK.'a:oiias?BiKrBfB?p
We're Splendidly Prepared to Serve You From
Our Stock of
Men's Straw Hats
We've provided for every taste
and fancy, with straw hats of first
quality and correct style at lowest
possible prices. Our Men's Hat De
partment, adjoining the Furnishings
Shop on the first floor, shows the
largest variety of styles and the best
values m these specialized lines
Bradford Straws at $2.45
Smart Sk Straws at $2.90
Full Sennits, Half Sennits, Macklnaws
and Fancy BraidB, In every wanted shape
and brim dimension, and every size to fit
$4.95 I a";?...!:.y..8...S2.45
Flrat KIcvor Kntrane from It Strew.
Men's and Young Men's $30.
and $32.50 Summer Suits
A Remarkable Underprice Offering of High-grade Clothes
for Saturday at
New Midsummer Hats
Special, at $500
For Sports Wear on Simmer Days, Semi-Dress andFormal
Dress'Occasions. A Wonderful Variety of Lovely New Styles
Offered at Below' Their True -Value for SaJurdayX
More fresn, new; dis
tinctively different trim
med hats come in for
this special Saturday sale.
A great many styles in
vite selection at this low
millinery possessing that
that signalizes distinction
in both trimmings and
Among the new ar
rivals added totjiis spe
cial sale are
Large Black Hair Hats.
Just as we have always served our men patrons with full
value clothes despite trying market conditions we are now
presenting in this sale new" summer suits that men will find of the
old standard of quality and at a price surprisingly low. Just
step into our First Floor Clothing Store tomorrow and see the
great variety of styles and patterns and the extraordinary values
represented in this splendid showing of suits for men and young
Here are clothes that any man or young man would be
proud to wear, because of "their snappy, graceful lines and ap
pealing style. Every suit backed by our guarantee of service
Styles Feature the New Waist Seam, Form-Fitting, Snug
and Double-Breasted Models for Young Men and Semi-Conservative
Larfje selection of handsome new colorinfrs, including plaids, neat
mixtures, striped effects, novelties and oxford grays. Sizes 83 to 42
"""" wTf mt Bffitr
THE GENUINE CLOTH
rtrs. r eoou wonTEa of
Common sense and comfort urge you to wear feather-weight clothes this hot weather
and In tomorrow's sale you are offered a wide range of styles and colors in genuine
Palm Beach Suits at a price that means real savings.
Every suit In the lot -Is a genuine Palm Beach and bears the well-known trademark
All Are This Season's Styles Not Old Suits Carried Over From Last Season.
Practically unlimited choiee of the most desirable styles Including natural Paim Beach shade,
plain, grays, browns, khaki color, as well as a variety of novelty patterns in plaida, gray stripea,
blue stripes, fancy mixtures, etc, Conservative, two-button English belters, waistline and military
modela to select from, All sIzbb up to 48, including sizes for stouts and slims.
Pint Floor Daylight Clothing; Store for Hen.
New Taffeta Hats.
Large, Floppy Leghorns.
White Milan Hats, faced in Georgette,
Styles varied enough to suit all types and faces. Don't miss seeing:
this display of charming midsummer mtllniery tomorrow at $3.00.
Crush Outing Hats, 89c
Ideal hats for outinsr wear, for th beaches and excursions.. Made
of white duck can be rolled up and slipped in the pocket or suit case.
Special for Saturday, only SOc.
GoI'denbrrs's Second, floor.
A nationally-known make, whose name, if we were
only permitted to advertise it, would be recognized by every
man as the standard of excellence.
Made of best quality checked nainsook; sleeveless coat
shirts and knee-length drawers with side-adjusting straps and
full double seats. All are perfect quality garments. Sizes
up to 50 included.
, lien's White Cotton TJnion Suits,
oMHiiiin rrlUL, OJ1U1 L 01CCVCJ 1UU
or knee length less. Closed crotch.
All perfect quality. J- Mfr
Worth S 1.75 and $2.00 Sl-flO
Slen's "Faultier Pajamas, of
fine quality fast color percale and
white cambric; all perfect quality:
sizes A to D. Values (j- Q
worth 52.00 and $2.25 oJLD7
Men' "Tmprntor" Balbrigmn
TTnderrrear. short sleeve shirts, fnH
lenjrth drawers, with reinforced
seat: all regular sizes. CQ
Worth' SOc ---,., .... OtTO
Mcii'k Gcnalnc OtU "White Cotton
Unur.r Undrrvrear. shirts with short
sleeves', with fiat necks; drawers
with double reinforced seat and
satine waist band. All sizes fJQrt
up to 50. Values worth 'SI.. tW
Men' Half Hone, fine quality
prauze sea island .-ottnn; highly
mercerized; high spliced heel, dou
ble sole ana toe. in black. ray.
cordovan and navy blue.
Worth 50c pair
GoIdenberR Flrt Kloor.
Women's $i, 75 sak Stockings
"Onyx" and "Rockwood" Brands
Perfect Quality at
Pure silk stockings of exceptional quality, in black, white,
suede, dark gray, Russia calf, navy and other popular shades. Every
pair perfect quality. Mock seam and full fashioned, with, spliced
heel. Exceptionally fine values at S1.09 a
Womrn'a Pure Thread Slllt
Hoe black with white clocks;
mock seam and high spliced heel
Guaranteed to retain gO OfT
their shap iDU.ZnJ
Women Pure Thread Silk
Rone-, in black, tan. fawn and
pink: fancy clock effects:
iUbo a few lace In- Q" QQ
Women's "Gordon Silk TLhla
Hose in black, white, cordovan
and navy blue Mock seam r7
and reinforced foot lOt
Mlufi Three-quarter Length
Socks, in fancy plaid tops and
plain colors; rolled HKt
tops ui OK
Ooldenbere'a Flwt Floor,
H-B-'-H-H-ama-EsHK-rBB-aEraTT-EB E.aBiBHKi a.. ii$i!i'fi m a a s b 9- t-