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?The Ma?'* stare?Of flrtal W?4?t Ke??svt?Fair.
Qpen Till 3 o'Qock Today
Thes^ll be busy hours between now and 3 o'clock.
D. J. KaufmanY
Clearance
Sale of
Summer
Clothing
and
Furnishings
At Its Height!
There's fine picking in Clothing, Shirts,
Hats?everything! Here's the list. Read!
Here are the prices. Save!!!
$25 and $35 Worsted Suits.$21.75
Priestley Mohair Suits.$20 and $25
$15 Kool Kloth Suits.$11.75
$12 Palm Beach Suits.-$9.75
Fine Thin Coats.$1.45 to $10
Separate Worsted Pants.$5.90
$10 Silk Shirts.$7.85
$8.50 Silk Shirts._$6.65
$7.50 Silk Shirts.$5.95
$6 Silk Shirts.$4.65
$5 Silk Shirts.$3.85
$2 Soft Cuff Shirts.$1.39
$3 Soft Straw Hats.$1.19
Fine Nainsook Union Suits.$1.19
75c Polkadot Scarfs. ... 55c
75c Silk Pleated Hose.55c
Fine Lisle Hose.35c
35c Wash Ties.29c
Momy's Worth Pad Garters.25c
20cD.J.K. Collars.13c
\
Money's Worth or Money Back
D. J. Kaufman
Inc.
1005-07 Pa. Ave. 616 17th St.
UBERH RESTAURANT
941 Peana. Are. N. W.
The most sanitary and
up-to-date place in town to
dine.
HOME COOKING AT
MODERATE PRICES
Y. W. C A. CAMPAIGNS
FOR ALL-WAR BASIS
Optical Company
Optometrists aad Opticians
"For Better Vision"
Seiealtle Kxaaalaatioa.
913 G St N. W.
3vc on Savings Account?
UNION SAVINGS BANK
710 Fourteenth Street ? W.
'"Oldest Saviors Bank in
Washington."
Th? Young Women's Cbristaln As
sociation Is now on a war basi?, and
has launched a campaign to include
in Its work the women of every coun
try allied against Germany. A mass
meeting of representatives of the as
sociation, with women of Canada. Is
In progress at Portland, Me. Other
mass meetings will be held In China,
Japan. India, Australia, Canada and
South America. To a mass meeting,
now being held in Paris, the follow
ing cablegram was sent by the rep
resentatives assembled In Portland:
"The National War Work Council of
the T. W. C. A. of America, with rep
resentatives of Canada, send Allied
Women'? Mass Meeting In Paris sym
pathetic greetings. Today we stand
united in a common purpose to win a
righteous war, and to bind th? wounda
inflicted by wer. We realise the ra
tional Ideals for which our men of the
Allied nations are making the supreme
sacrifice, and inspired and strength
ened by your example we pledge yo'i
a comradshlp of loyal service In all
your work. We will do our utmost to
enlist women of. America In thla
united effort to establish liberty and
Justice throughout the world."
LOCAL MENTION.
\
HOME (IK)hlM.
nsai'MT MEHV1CE
AM. PASTRY BAKED
13? ?Il It OVYI IUKXS
Oar Specialty
STEAKS AND CHOPS
Rematar Dieter. 12 t. : p.
MARYLAND LUNCH
812 F ST. N.W.
Vsoeder m I ved tra. Mei fi???aw
der tea, 69c: Blue Label coffee. 25c;
pure pepper. 40c: choice evap.
peaches. 14c: ?ceded ratains. 10c;
cheese. 30c; butter. SOc: lard, 30c;
compound, 26c; Booth'? herring.
ISe: B. * W. tutta. 10c; red kidney
bean?. 12Hc can; peanut butter. 22c.
11 Seventh St. N. E. and all the J.
G. P. Pyles stores._
Electric
Shoe Dryer
Watches ?Jewelry
Sua... End of ffiffcwi, Bridfe.
Usulaisa Traaaaeled Exrlosalvs-ly
?*????.
Take rare at lira atre?! a??
G* a?., yl vaaia are???, far a??? h
cad ?r Hltrhsvar Brt?s*te. Osse ear
lleket each way.
The ?tore Hour Vbjeldaa 1
Trusses F??Sy
-of 31 ?roar? ?ssarfonco. ftprciol Uaiaed ot*
t-raajoat? (or laaara. Priroto rooaii. .
Tke GIBSON Co, be, 917 G St
- S
2,000 SOLDIERS
OF CAMP LEE
MORALIZED
Ceremonies ot Petersburg
Involve Record Number
of New Citizens.
Petersburg?, Va., Au?. m-Nearly
2.000 ?oldler?, the greatest number of
men ever naturali?*?! at one time, wir?
made cititene of the United States at
Petersburg this ?venina. The nghtin?
men. largely of Italian blood, ar? na
tional army ?oldler? from th? replace
ment battalion? at Camp Lee. The
csremonies were under the auspices of
the War Camp Community Service
and the Rotary Club of this city. As
sistant Secretary of War Frederick P.
Keppel, and Assistant Secretary of
Labor Louis F. Post were the chief <
?peakers. '
Central Park which waa the alte of
the Confederate army hospital when
Petersburg was bealcsed during the
civil war. was crowded with more
than 20,000. The Corporation Court ot
Petersburg conducted the legal part of
th? program. Judge Philip Cocke.
naturalisation officer -at Camp Lee,
presented the candidates for cltisen
?hlp. Brlgadler-taeneral Charles Hed
ekin, commanding officer ot Camp Lee.
spoke briefly to the man. An address
In Italian telling the men of their new
status was made by Arturo Nerinl,
Italian Interpreter at the camp.
Assistant Seoetary of Labor Post In
his speech declared that <|emocrack
for the world was the great aim of
the war. "You are going with your
military comrades to light for this na
tion of which you are now citizens,"
he ?aid. "More than that, as Ameri
can soldiers you are going to fight for
the safety of democracy everywhere."
After the c?r?monie? in the park a
dinner was held, at which John Poole.
president of the International -Asso
ciation of Rotary Clubs and Howard
A. Rondthaler, president of Salem
College. Wlnston-Snlem, N. C, district
rotary governor, were the speakers.
FOUR PERSONS HURT
BY CARS AND AUTOS
Mrs. Helen Lyons Knocked Down
by Sam Rubenstein's Machine.
Mrs. Helen Lyons, of 1700 ? street
northwest, while riding a bicycle at
Seventeenth street and Pennsylvania
avenue yesterday, was knock.?? down
by an automobile driven by Sam
Rubensteln, of 721 M street northwest.
Mrs. Lyons' hand was Injured and
she was taken to the Emergency Hos
pital In Rubenstein's automobile. ,
Fred Neale. vrhfte. 16 years of age.
while riding a bicycle at Tenth street
and Virginia avenue southwest yes
terday, was accidentally run into by
an automobile driven by Dr. T. J. Sul
livan, of Seventh and ? streets south
west. Neale was hurt about the hand
and leg. He wis taken to Slnley Hos
pital by Dr. Sullivan and treated.
Nick Ekenomos, white? 40 years of
age, a resident of IS Grant place
northwest, ran against an automobile
at Ninth and ? streets yesterday and
was cut about the head. Nick held
his bei.- too low, the police believe,
and didn't see the automobile coming.
He was taken to the Emergency Ho.-*>
pltat.
C. L? Lockwood, crossing policeman
at Ninth and O streets northwest, was
struck about the legs by Washington
Railway and Electric Company car
No. 42?. Lockwood was slightly
bruised.
Brisii] Guarantees Wheat Price.
Rio de Janeiro. Aug. 16.?The Bra
zilian government ha.? guaranteed a
minimum rrice 'or this year's wheat
and Ms promifted a graduated bonus
calculated on the crop, to be paid in
agricultural machiner}', to raisers of
wheat. -
WEATH?TcONDmONS.
District of ColumHa, Maryland snd Virginia :
Fair ?rtaSSSST. Sunday partly cloud y, probably
rhower- ':? afternoon or br night ; not mueji
ci..:i*ge in temperature ; light t triable wind?.
GENERAL FORECAST.
The iwt of high pie-sure in the nrpr Lake
regio? cr-rtinues to control th? weather in
Ea-tern districts. Pressure is low over practi
cally the entile country west of the Rock?
M r unta i ni, ?nil also in the Missouri Valley
and along the <iiilf Coaat and Southern Florida.
In all this greet region of low pressure no
well-defined etonn center haa thus tar appeared.
Thunder showers hare occurred in the South
Atlantic Stats, the Mi-l.ile Mi?M?ippi Valley
and io scattered localities in the Rocky Moun
tain region. The temperature changes hare
Wen quite irregular. It ia cooler in Northern
New England. Um Booth Atlantic and East
Gulf States, the upper Lake region and over
tbe Northern Plateau region. In general tbe
tendency haa been toward low? temperatures la
the last 21 hours.
Showery weather U indicated for the next
48 hours in the East Gulf nd South Atlantic
State*, alan iti Tennessee, the lower Ohio Val
ley aod the Southern portion of the upper
Lake region. The tendency will he toward
-sstnewhat lower temperatures in tbe shower area.
LOCAL TEMPERATURES
Midnight, 67; 2 a.m.. OS; I a.m , M. ? a.m..
65; S a.m., V; 10 a.m.. 78; IS noon. ? ; 2 p.m..
ti; 4 i'.m.. J?; 8 p.m., SI; I p.m.. 81; 10 p.m..
TO. Highest, 86; krwwt. 03.
Relative hu-nidity: 0 ara.. ?: t p.m., 30;
? p.m.. 40. Rainfall (0 p.m. to 8 p.m.?. ?.
Honra of sunshine, 13.8. Per cent of pcasible
sunshine, 100.
DEPARTO RES.
Ammiiilated excess of temperature since Jan
nary 1, 1918. MO; exceM of temperature since
Aug. 1. lOlS, 13; accumulated deficiency of pre
cipitation since January 1, 19.8, 516: defltiency
of precipitation sine? Aug. I, 1918, 1.55 rem
l-erattire same date last year: Highest, 80;
lowest. 70.
OTHER ???G??????.?3.
Lowest
Highest * previous Raltv
_ yesterday, night. ?-?'.
Atlantic City, ?. J.80 M
Boston. Mass. .TO 8*
Chicago. Ill.TO TO .05
Cinrinrati. Ohio .90 70
PenTer. Ort.84 00
Detroit, Mich.78 M
Helena, Mont .H H. .02
Jack* orille. Fla. .00 79
Kansas City, Mo.100 74
Los Angeles. Cal. ......... 73 M
New Orleans. la.98 78
New York. ?. Y.84 64
Philadelphia. l'a. .80 ?8
Pitt?^orgh. Pa.83 M
Portland. Ut. .? 98
?Sah Lake City, Utah.82 83
St. Louis. Ma .94 74 ...
.San Francisco. Cai. .44 50
TIDE TABLES.
(Compiled by United States Coast and Geodetic
Surrey.) ?
Today-Low tide. 11 -? a. ta. and ?1, ? p. m. ;
high tide, 4:19 a. m. snd 4-48 p. m.
THE SUN AND MOON.
Today-Sun rises, 023 a m. ; son sets. 8:01
p. m.
Moon rises. 3:41 p. m. : mt\ 12 30 a. m.
'Automobile lamps to be lighted st ?-Jl p. v.
BAND CONCERT PROGRAM
Today, The Ellipse, at S p.m . Conceit
by th? D? 8. Marine Band. William a.
Sa at* lina nn. Leader.
March. "?S. ??-er Paratas".Blodgett
Orerture, ' .Summrniight Dream".?Suppe
?'Whispering Flown?" .Van Bino
Cornet soto. Caprice Brillante.Clark
Musicien Arthur H. Wbltcomb.
Scenes from "Robin Hood".dt ???-?
donga of Scotland.?tt. Lami?*
"St-vnoB Pittoresque" ?.Massenet
ia) Marche. (b) Air de Bailee
(c) Angelas, (d? Fete P.?jhen>e.
"Tb? Star Spangled
TODA?S
(?????G
CINCHING IH HIS
_-?-- ???th y
MARIE SPARROW PLANS
TO ENTERTAIN CAMPS
Gayety Star Suggests Clubs of Sing
ers for "Layoff" Times.
Organisation of pinging clubs to
visit military cumpa snd hospitals
during; lay-offs in the regular sea
son Is the plan proposed yesterdsy
MISS M UHF, SI-ARROW. y
Star with the Bchman Show, who
will sing for soldiers this season
to burlesque entertainers by Miss
Marie Sparrow, with the Bchman
show, playing at th? Gayety Thea
ter this wiek. Vas Sparrow rM
known aa "the May Irwiu of bur
lesque."
"It is up to the ?tage to keep the
country smiling and in good ?pirita
while we are at war." said Mi??
Sparrow yesterday. "Clubs of sing
ers and entertainers from the vari
ous companies could do great work
in camps and hospitals during lay
offs this season, cheering the men
who are ill or who are in hard train
ing for the greater task oversea?."
No Drinks ?a George's Hoste.
London, Aug. 16.?? woman seised
with an attack of Influenza near Buca,
ingham Palace was carried Into the
palace and asked for a drink ot
brandy. An officer attached to the
royal household replied "This Is a
teetotal house, and we cannot get
brandy or any other stimulant for
you."
Jam Situation Worries English.
London. Augr. 16.?If England ha.?
any favorite. It's Jam. That's why
people everywhere are objecting be
cause Oerman prisoner? are allow??!
1 ounce of Jam dally, while 1 pound
a week for each family Is all Eng
lish subjects can obtain.
=*=
HE?YYTAXES
ON UNEARNED
INCOME, PLAN
' : a. ?'
Ways and Means Adopts
McAdoo Idet for Rev
alue Bill.
Th? recommandation of Secretary
M.-Adoo that heavier taxes be im
posed upon unearned incomes than
upon those earned as salaries or
wag-es In return for labor was adopted
by tbe Ways snd Means Committee
yesterday. A differential of t per cent
against the unearned Income was
agreed to, ao that the normal rate on
Incorno? of this class will be 11 per
cent, while on others It will be 10 per
cent.
In defining unearned Incomes, the
committee designated them aa income?
derived from dividend? on preferred
stock, from Interest, rentals, royalties
snd snnuitias. Representative Long
worth, of Ohio, gave notice after thia
section waa adopte?! that he would
move in the House to include all stock
dividends In the unearned das?, rather
than limit It to preferred stock. The
?ectlon was adopted by a close rote.
Th? committee changed the section
previously adopted providing for the
payment of Income taxes by Individ
u?is and corporations in Installment?,
Tb? new provision will permit one
third of the total amount to be ????1
at tbe time the return Is tiled, one
third in two months and the balance
in two months later. If payments
were made by the calendar year, this
would mean the first payment wjuli
be on March 15, the second on May 1?
and the remainder on July 15. Tiicte
is to be no rebate or. discount for lull
payment at the time the return Is
made.
After Tata Marker?.
An amendment designed to assist
the Federal authorities in deteci'n-r
income tax ?lacker? was adopted, | ?o
vidine* for the posting at the cour.ry,
seat of tbe name? of all persons who
lile statements for psyment of the in
come tax. Tbe names only tana not
the amount of income are to be posted,
but It Is believed that this form ot
publicity will make It Impossible for
many to escape.
The Treasury Department's plan for
fixing wsr profits rates was diav-ii. .-? d
? by the committee and It was tenta
tively derided to oppose? the plan in
| certain of its feature?.
The committee decided that corpoia
tlons for the purpose of the war pro
tils should be derived into only three
classes, mining and similar hasardou.t
lines of industry, miscellaneous and
financial. The committee decided
on a 12 per cent deduction on those
In the first class. 10 per cent on
those In the second class and S per
cent on those in the third class.
The altered plan was submitted to
Secretary McAdoo and the committee
will wait his decision before proceed
ing further with It,
$200 LOST ON STREET;
THEFTS ARE REPORTED
Case Containing Twenty Ten-Dollar
Bills Missing.
Two hundred dollar? In ten-dollar
billa waa loat yesterday in the vicinity
of Ninth and ? street? northwest by
C'alhoun Towle?, of 1630 Eckington
place northeast. The money was in a
black folding pocketbook and was lost
about noon.
H. Malllnoff, a tailor of ?39 H street
northeast, complained to the polio?
yesterday that hi? place had been en
tered and ?20. which was in a bank
book, stolen.
Henry V. Hill, of 715 G street south
east, was robbed of a lady's gold
watch at the bathing beach yesterday,
he told the police.
S. 8. Ssnford. of 132! New Tork ave
nue northwest, reported the theft ol
a tire, which he say? waa stolen from
an automobile on I street between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth street?.
Edward Pringle, of 627 Lexington
street northeast, reported that hti
bicycle, which he left outside the bath
ing beach while taking a plunge, was
missing when he came out.
Open All Day Saturdayi
STRAW
HATS
At Prices That Are
Making Us Famous
FOR $1.50 STRAWS.
$2 ft $2.50 Straw*, $1.35.
$3.50 Paaaaa?, $1.85.
FREDERICK'S
HAT STORE
825 7th St I. W.
THREE BOYS BITTEN
BY DOGS IN STREETS
Three persons were injured or bit
ten by dog? yes'edday.
Howard Barnett, white, aged 7, re
siding at ??97 Holmead place north
west, while playing in front of his
home yesterday, was badly scratched
in the chest by a dog. said to be
owned by Charles Price, of M59 Hol
mead place. His Injuries are not se
rious.
John M?ller, white, aged ?, of ?3
Potomac avenue southeast, while In
the sideyard of 827 ? street south
east, yesterday, waa bitten on the
leg by a bulklog, said to be owned
by Mrs. Ida Sopor, of the latter ad
dress. Young Muller was treated by
Dr. W. E. H. Kretchllng. of ?22
Eighth street southeast. He is not
seriously hurl
Frank Clements, white. 10 years ot
age, of K1? Twenty-second street
southeast, while delivering Ice yes
terday at 7715 Mills avenue north
east, was bitten in the stomach by
a dog, said to be owned by John
Rubino, of the latter address. Dr.
Conklin treated the youngster for the
injury.
FUNERAL OF EMILE HUCK.
Veteran of Civil War Was Resi
dent Here 49 Years.
Funeral services for Emile Huck,
who died at his home, 917 Nineteenth
street northwest. Thursday afternoon,
will be held Sunday afternoon at *>
o'clock at Calvary Baptist ?Church.
Mr. Huck was 76 years of age.
Shortly after hi? birth in France In
ISC, he came to this country with
his parents. He lived In New Tork
nntil at the age of 18 he Joined the
Union army and served through the
civil war. taking part In the battle
of Gettysburg. He came to Wash
ington in ????.
Great Saturday Sale
OF
Furniture, Rugs and Draperies
for the Benefit of
GOVERNMENT CLERKS
And Their Families
A Special Cash Discount of
from 10 to 30 Per Cent
on Marked Goods for This
Special SATURDAY Great Sale .
JULIUS LANSBURGH
Furniture and Carpet Co.,
512 9th Street
HIRSH'S SHOE STORES
14UMS Mb Streit N. W.
~:!
?^4 HIRSH'S OPEN ^CL
ALL DAY SATURDAYS
M?n, Get in HIRSH'S Today for the
Big August Sale of TAN & B.LACK
Oxfords
h derer
Est? and
Cesili ?ati>e
Urti.
PAIR
Men. Don't Miss
This Chance to Purchase
White Oxfords
At 81.95,92.45, $3.45
In Canvas
or Nubuck
Men's White Nubuck Eng-1 Men's White Canvas Eng
lish Oxfords; leather soles; lish Oxfords; leather sole*;
also rubber ?oles #?*? if lilso rubber soles {*l ?G
and heels. #0.*?D ? and heels. #1 */0
Womee's and Grewmg GH?' WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS.
PUMPS AND BOOTS F* ??
m AatfTot Clearaacc at.f 1. UO
Inclutkd Is Almost Every Model.
Agents
far
Just
Wright
Mea'?
CI_
JiOC?,
ist?
$12.
i
IRSH'S
SHOE STORES
1026-28 7th St N.W.
Rrl??. ? a ?si I His. >. ?
Walk a
Block to
HIRSHS
mad Ssve
Mosey oe
FOOT
) WEAR.
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
Great Falls, Va.
The >n?laaal CapHal'a Maat
Uaaatlfal Ptark
FREE DANCING
MONDAT TO SATTRDAT?
EVERT WEEK
t ??al rasili?? Ovarlaaklaa ?he
GREAT FALLS Or THE
POTOMAC.
Ladies' Orchestra
papa lar Answwta OsrHnr
?III?
Free Motion Pictures
Cars? I.r?sr Mik mot M Ma.
m. V? .?K.??? Trlss. 3Sc lC?ais?
??ss? ?ara aake ?-aaBaatlea.l
"?S* STRAND "2??
Torrn last chance to see
NAZIMOVA
TOT? OK PATE.
Cavaalaa S*?aai?D. Vs . I.Hints? ?
"THE GREAT LOVE."
MAT?,
lit?.
TODAY
GARDEN '?E9
last?* TIMES
'THE SCANDAL MONGERS'
WITH ALL-STAR CAST.
Bit. i?. MaL toduzai.
Tbc inclodranaauc coatvfd?.
Amt
I?
i:, ' ??
OA a
NATIOKAL
AMONG THOSE PRESENT
With Cri K.tfbtHST, ?. t Anaoti. Haaaard
?swrt. Win. F. Mack, Julia H.j. Lrnii r\xi ,
taata? and othcra. I
Starila? Tossaan-??. M?K?Saat?
Salita?:.
igmm wcwosT wmw??
wmmm
ms tATPT nus**, mmw
&S *? PRILLS
Lut Til? Imi
?UNDER ORDERS"
B. F. KEITH'S
DAILY?IsSUN.-JHOLTS.
"Enthusiaim."?Post
THE MASTERSINGERS
IN "AT POKE B1MK
Tarn n?i?. la -no, p?. , ??,?;,??
GUtart A l*>inll.ta)I, Hai Neraor?i, ate.
LOETS COLUMBIA
CeMitmova 11 Xi a. tr, : ?- H r av
ALL THIS ?MEEK
Doiglas Fairbanks
I? "BOVND IN moBorro."
..'SHUaEttT
AlTRACmONS
NEXT WEEK
rfca Bis Mllltarr-Naval MaltsWaaaa
"Seven Days
Leave"
By V? ALTER HOWARD.
NOT A MOVING PICTURE.
BELA8CO ?SG55cls:?.,0',?
AKTBLK BUPKlae Plant?
"A VERT GOOD YOUNG MAN"
A play 1* Tan? fatta bj Manin brt.a.
?ith WaUae? EsMlaftr aad Baa* Aac Aa?
Laala. Kuih ?-indias. Jnatraalin Hoja. P?ranla
Bank.. Alan IMjssHian. Harold Salt?, ma*
Longaci*.
*??* AKmBrady. ,?"?"
?wk.
-Parava?- Attar.'
Marshall Hall
-Oa ?ka Hanutllal Palataa..*1
?FREE DANCING
l?.t?aa? P.rUian Bouta ?I lb?? lark aao
All Otktt Awaoae???.
Staaaaaf Charta. Marakatfr
?afls A asnada? 7t? tat. Wbarl ? ? ?.. 1??
t'Jt f. U ?r Bona?? Tni?. lac Wa? Ta?
Staaaaar Doll}?, mmrrpa amatar- toa
ML Vara?? at ?? ?. M. aaaat X?*? P. M.
GAYETYSr
JACK SINGER Prassrat?
THE ?????? SHOW
Nczt Week?"MiUioa DoiUr DoDt"
LYCEUM PA. *>"
Matlaaa II.U??Nava Piarla?
MONTR CARLO GIRL?? _
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JKraaklla T?S?
|Ssst IP ska ira?, j
MK UTOII atri SID COLI
Wll? -Mar. ?f Raarlrak"
Tara Frolla* Dally, ?iix ???? 6:11
SMOKING PKklHTTII'
CASINO
LLN ECH
"err sjjcr free
A?a?a?a??at Park mt ?*>aall?y.
DANCING, C RI?. RIME* AND A
VARIKTV OP OTHER PKA
?G??? far tk? Parras? af Uf
laxatsaa.
BASEBALL
Ml*
IP. M.
Ttll UAMBta. ___?
WASHINGTON VS. ST. LOUIS
Oaawatawa Tl?-ka? OBs?-a. ?Ulli? *???
Para fraaa >si3? A. M. ta ???? G. R
HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS AL
WAYS HOK.

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