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Tb? M???, ?ner.?ufficisi Weather Report! Fair ?ad Warmer
There s Lots of Action!
And the Days Are Short?
TJ/f are ready tor you men?
" " ready to give you quick serv
ice, for we know you're busy, too!
Men s Fine Suits . . . $25 to $65
Men s Overcoats . . . $25 to $65
Mens Felt Hats . . $2.29 to $6.00
Mens Emery Shirts . $1.65 to $10.00
Mens Underwear . . $2.00 to $10.00
Suit
Mens Fine Neckwear . 65c to $3.00
We're all for the men?and theyknou) it!
Money's Worth or Money Back
D. J. Kaufman
(imeormormtemt
616 17th St. 1005-07 Pa. Ave.
?
?S?
LO AH S
HORMKG
B?atnoa&, Watche> Jewelry
Soatb End ai Highway Bridge
? ?aia?-'?* rranftjt<-trd Kulmh r ir
Tkere.
Take tur* jt ?2in Street un il
G???7?*>?)?* a ?* ?? n n ?. ft>r ?ont h
rm? at Hlitfeway HHd?r. Or? rar
tlekel reek way.
Men's Fall Shoes
A complete .style
line of men's hi*h
grade shoe?. The
season's Dovei ties
as well aa conserv
ative lasts. We'll
fit you?both in
style nnd price.
J?
Sol Herzog 4 Co., !??
1%,. ?.??[? \ .r [ "-- w ?*: ? ? R^cfxcaifnde.
Trusses ?51^
?e* to T-ttr* izjmrtewea. frecisi trained it
l^liek Ate \mmtea. Crtut? rugas.
IW GIBSON Co., lac.. 917 C St
3/5t*''on Savings Accounts
UNION SAVINGS RANK
710 Fourteenth Streel S W.
"Oldest Savins? Bank in
Washington."
WOUNDED MEN
. POLI GUESTS
Soldiers at the Walter Reed
, Hospital Are Given
a Treat.
Tn .Its season run on Broadway the
"Business Before Pleasure" Company
may have played to distinguished in
dividuals and before notable audi
ences, but the special matinee per
formance given at Poll's Theater yes
terday afternoon for the amusement
of nearly 500 wounded doughboys
from Walter Reed Hospital will live]
long in the memory of the talented
cast of performers.
Th? actors are mentioned particu
larly because, from Barney Bernard
and Alexander Carr. co-stars, down
to the property boy, those behind the j
footlights found an audience that wa?
wot only appreciative and demonstra
tive, but one before which they were
proud to appear, which meant a fin
ished performance where the con
tinuous lauKht'T overshadowed any
grim thoughts that the sight of the
wounded heroes might arouse. ,
To the War Camp Community ?
.Service goes the credit for an after- j
noon of real enjoyment. The raen
were transported from the hospital ?
to th? theater in a fleet of automo- j
bilea provided by Mrs. Charles J. ,
Bell, and the offldals of thia wel- |
fare organization served as ushers
aad distributed smokes and pro
grams to the guests. Smoking in ;
Poll's is an Innovation, but any
thing that would add to the comfort
and amusement of the soldiers "waa ;
permitted, and King Nicotine ruled
for this apeclal performance.
There was a distinct military ap
pearance to the audience and the ?
gold service stripes that told of ac- j
tive aervice overseas?many of them
worn upon an empty sleeve?while ?
scores hobbled about on crutches
brought home the stern realization
of war better than the moat graphic
word picture.
War Injurie* did not prevent
these lads from enjoying thorough
ly every minute of the sparkling
comedy. The soldiers followed the
fortunes of Abe Potash and Maw
ruga Perlm-itter through the ups
and downs of their moving picture
Industry and punctuated every
bright sally with thunderous ap
plause.
At the conclusion of the second act
when the entire audience sat for a
flashlight. Barney Bernard waa
sighted behind the scenes and the din
would not be quieted until Barney
had been dragged out for a curtain
speech. In it he voiced the appre
ciation of his company for the privi
lege of entertaining the soldiers and
expressed the wish that they have a
speedy recovery and a return to their
homes and well-earned honors. Three
cheers that indicated tne Hun gas
had not injured any of their lungs
greeted hie effort.
nThey had a late supper at Walter
Reed Hospital last ni?ht, but the
cooks had kept the victuals warm,
and when the automobiles drew up to
the institution it was to unload sev
eral hundred soldiers who voted
"Business Before Pleasure" "a swell
show."
The theater was tastefully deco
rated with the national colors, and
credit for the smooth-running per
formance must also be given to the
stage hands, orchestra and other the
ater attaches who volunteered >h*-ir
services to make the afternoon :>ne of
real fun for an audience Ot real
American heroes.
Mail Arrangements Made
For Vladivostok Troops
Arrangement? for the prompt ?i
change of mail between resident? of
Ihe T"nlt??d State? end member? of
American Rxpcditionary Forces In'
.Siberia hive been completed.
Postmaster Genral Burl? .10? ha? or
dered the e?tabll?hment of a new
mall agency at Vladivostok, and let
ter? and other mallable mutter may
now be sent at the same rates as are
applicable to domestic matter. It i,
added that the address on mall In
tended for members of the expedi
tionary force? should Include, ln con
nection with the addreseeaa'? name and
designation of the unit or organiza
tion to which he belang?, the words:
"American Expeditionary Forces in
Siberia."
LOCAL MENTION.
'.un,,,.., ,i, r ?ea. ???.- Perfeet m. n-i
tea. ????; Blue lAbel coffee, 25c;
lard, S2c: compound. 26c; 2 can? to
matoe?. 25c; tuna. 10c and 15c; fi?h
roe, 15c and 20c; Cal. sardine?. 14c:
red kidney beans. 1214c; Log Cabin
?yrtip. 20c; navy bean?. It'ic;
hominy, 5c: ?afety matches, 10c.
33.18 M St. M. W. and all the J. ?. G?.
Pyles store?.
WsASHINGTON YOUTH
ON WOUNDED LIST
Benjamin Oliver Receivei Severe
Wound? Fighting Btjchei.
Private Benjamin F. Oliver. 1S
year-old son of Mrs. Annie Mosinfo,
S22 Sixth street aouthweat, la re
ported ?everely wounded ln action
on the latest casualty list.
In a letter, written to his mother
on August 5. Private Oliver told
how he wa? wounded In a trench
fight and hi? life was saved by his
gas mask. He said:
"I ?rot in a little ?crap with a
Boche, and he Just stuck me ln the
teg. The bayonet went In about an
Inch deep, but I walk around Juet
the same and It Is healing fast
"Just tell Wallle." said the young
soldier, speaking of an old school
mate In the Washington public
schools, "that I saw the Liberty
Loan button on the lapel of bis
coat in the picture we had taken ln
the back yard.
"My ga.? mask saved my life by
stopping two German machine gun
bullets. 1 have lost one bullet but
1 have the other one with me, and
intend to hold on to it for good
luck."
Private Oliver, In a letter dated
August 20. wrote:
".We were sent over the top In
the middle of a very heavy machine
gun and artillery barrage. One
?hell threw me twenty feet, and I
waa at least fifteen feet from where
It exploded.'"
Oliver enlisted In the District Na
tional Guards at the age of 17.
LARGER PRODUCTION
OF KEROSENE ASKED
Oil refineries throughout the coun
try have been requested by the Fuel
Administration, in a letter iMued yes
terday, to take immediate steps to
increase the production of kerosene.
Mark L. Requa. director of the Oil
Division. Informs the refiners that
the oil situation is far more unsat
isfactory than th?* gasoline situation
and that unless producton Is meas
urably increased there will be an
oil shortage. With the season of
maximum consumption &ppro*sching
and the export movement increasing,
the necessity of greater production
has become acute, tbe letter states.
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
l>ietrict tV Columbia end Maryland: Fair.]
w-tnuer Sattitd?.... hunday peobeNy Ms] \nod
o-rate west wn..ii.
Virginia: .?Sir, warmer Saturday ; Suoda? fair
north and etui, ??rotiabty rain southweet portiuo ;
gentle to nxj-dtrate abi/ting wind?.
GENERAT* FORECAST
A disturbance <tt marked character la mo-ring ]
rapn.it> acro*? tbe ?treme North with ;t? ???
ter tonight apparently near the eajit ot Jame? |
Har ?nd it i* witbu-ut preciy*talion south o?
.?iitant? Theos ia si? a general dmturbance
orer the Eait Gulf of Mexico, partly of tropical
?r ?m aod raina oontinued to the Gulf States
aod TnuuHte tod exteiMiad into Western
i iewsu. ' ? utionsrr sdneea regarding th ?a
storm have I ??en ieaued.
Thet? were alan raina 'Inundat Bight tn New
England, tbe Middle Atlantic State? gad the
U !im laower Lake Ucgiou ; elsewhere fur
weether prevailed.
It is much cooler ia Waat. m Georgia sod the
Gulf State? and wanner ihr ?iigfa>'?ut the ?Lake
Rflgioo. tbe ?entrai Vail?? ind the Northweat.
Raina will continue tn the Auutb Saturday and
probably Suedv, hut elaewbare eaat ?of the
Uisaiaaippi River fair weather will prt.ail
It will be warmer Satunlay from the Ohio
Valley ?-Award and northeaatwerd.
Stona warnion are displayed oo the Lower
Lakes from Buffalo to ? >*wego.
LOCAL TBS4PBRATCRE8
Midnight, ia, 2 a. m-, 50; * ?. m . tt. I a. m..
*T 8 a. m.. C, I" t m., M; 12 noon. ?, 2 p.
m , (?: 4 p. m.. ?, ? ? m.. 43, I p. ai.. M;
.? p? m.. 51. Higb-eat, ?6; lernest, SS.
RaT-iative hiuaidity-ft a. m., ?; 1 ? m , 45;
? ?. t?. TO; rainfall <? P. m. to ? p. m.1. ?:
hour? rit ftuoafcine, .???, per cent uf ponibl? sun
?bine. K?.
DEPARTUREA.
A?f?-oni als ted mi-?*, of temperature eines ?Isa??
-an 1. DM*. Il: deddency of teenpenturs lince
Kepiembrr 1. IS.?*. *3; a??cumulated de?ciency of
ptedpiUUon kSnos Januar?? I. lflt, 4.TT; <le
Ickssi of precip?tatioo tince .September 1. IMS,
6.05.
T-nn-rr't'ire aame date laat year-Highest, ??;
(??est. 36.
OTHER TEMPKKATCBES
Casses!
Rlght-st prcT?ot?a Kaio
yeiurdsf. night. fall.
goaton, U***. ? *e 9M
Chtesgo. 11). tg 4f
dc-reland. Ohio. 4S S.
Oenrer, (Wo. T? 44 ????
Detroit, Mich. *> ?
Gaherton. Tei. ?? ?
Indianapnltf, Ind. S? w> ?
Jackionnlle, Fis. 7s 72
Kanjes City, Mo. T2 SI
Um Angeles. Cal. M SX t.44
New York. S. Y. ? M
Phoenix. Aril. M tf
Pittsburgh, Pe. 44 t? ??
I Portland. Me. ? 44 ?74
Salt 1-ake City, Cub. tt M
San Frandaco. Cal.. 72 ?A ....
TlpE TABLES
? Compiled by I'nited Statea Coast aid Geodetic
Soney.)
Toda t -Low tide. W-Ol a.m. sad HH i> m.
1 .?n tide, 3:14 a.m. snd ? p.a.
THE SCS A!*D MOOV.
ITnday-Siin rise? 7 s.a. ; aeta Ij? p.a.
Mrton aeta - .44 p.m.
Automat .amp? to b? ligt-ted at 7 r**7 . -
The Supreme
Tire
THERE is no secret in an ?deal tire. All
formulas, all methods are well known.
A perfect tire is simply a question of
care and skill and cost.
In every tire factory the great question is,
"How much can we give for the money?"
ngan?u
TIRES *V.
The Brunswick idea is
to give all that is possible
?all that anyone gives?
all that any cost can-buy.
We know of no better tire
to offer you. .And we
know them all.
The Brunswick hat met
with a great welcome
among our customers.
Every user is enthusiastic.
t One Brunswick will show
you its merits.
H. C. HIBBS,
601 Massachusetts Ave. N. W.
ISLAND NAMED
FOR LAYAYETTE
New National Park on the
Eastern Coast
Created.
Mount De?ert Ialand, upon the
east coast of the Unltad State?. I?
l.enAfortli to be known as Lafay
jette National Park Announcement
| to that effect was made yeeterday
| by Secretary Lane of the Depart
! ment of the Interior.
The new national park I? to em?
; brace lands once owned by Fran? e,
land the name conferred upon it 1?
meant to expre?? America'? deep
I present ?ympathy with France a?
| well as grateful appreciation of aid
afforded to us by that nation in the
? past.
Two years ago the land? now
designated aa comprising the La
fayette National Park were pro
claimed by the President a? the
Sieur de Mont? National Monu
ment They constitute the domi
nant and chief landscape part of
Mount Desert island. The Ialand
lt??lf was diacovcred by Champlain
and for mere than a century wa? :
a part of French Arcadia, e?tab
!i??hed by De Mont? In 1*0? under a '?
commission given to nlm by Henry
of Navarre.
Ill.taary ef lalaaat.
Mount Deaert Ialand was the ?Ite
in 1613 of the first French miaslon
ary settlement In America, and later
pas?ed by a royal gran? to Antoln?
da la Mothe Cadillac, the founder
at Detroit and the governor of Lou
leiana. Passing afterward Into the
hands first of the Province ami
then of the Commonwealth of Mas
sachusetts, that State deeded its
eaatern half, wherein lie Bar Har
bor and the higher mountain?, to
the granddaughter of Cadillac and |
her husband, French refugee?. This (
gift was moved by gratitude for |
the assistance rendered by France1
to this nation In the war for Inde
pendence, and from thi? grant pro- ?
ceeded the title to the lands which
the President two year? ago pro
claimed a? a national monument.
In Its memorandum accompany
ing the announcement of the nam
ing of the new national park the
Interior Department ?ay?:
"With the?e association? and It?
own magnificent frontage on the
great ocean highway which our
troop? are traversing to France'?
aid. and for whose freedom we are
now contending, no more ?triking
expression of national regard and
amity could be conceived than the j
creation under a name which has
become a symbol of International
friendship between America and
France of our first eastern national .
park. It will ?tand as a sign, ?et j
up forever and visible to all the
navies of the world, of that league !
of nations for which the President ?
1? wisely striving and from which
alone true peace can come."
STOP AUTO RACES TO
CONSERVE GASOLINE
Fuel Administration Requests Can
celling of .Scheduled Contests.
? uto mobile races have coroe under
the ban of the Fuel Administration
because of the gasoline shortage.
Races which were to have been held
during the coming two months in a
nv mber of cities are to be called off
in compliance with a request taaued'
yesterday by Fuel Administrator Gar
fljld for the suspension of all auto
mobile, motorcycle and raotorboat
racing during the period of the war.
Th? citiea for which sanctions for
races had been given are: Trenton.
N. J.; Dan bury. Conn.; Tucson and
Phoenix, Ariz.. andLos* Angeles, Cal- !
Chairman Richard iCennerdell, of the
Airotcan Automobile Association
contest board, has notified the Fuel
Administration that no more permits
for races will be given and that the
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FALL
HATS
' FREDERICK'S:
ONLY
$1.50
1
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ttSa ?aid |MI
?FREDERICK'S^
g HAT STORE i
U82S 7th SL N?W.
?
PIETRANGELO
g of An napoli?. Md.
ta m Call t ,...n ??. ,. , ? . ?
Letter .?r I'h.tn? Call a,, ??. ...
urr fur Army. >?tt UmiCttiikj<S
.aaad Maariaae OITtra-rs' ?Mil VRlTl?)
..lad ( oaaplete "\???l Rqillprarnt
Room 2, Security Sa.mg? Bk. Bidg.
Ninth and G Streets.
G???, Kraaklia Sail?.
f>ptiral Company
Op*om?t?-l?t? and Opticians
"For Better Vision"
Timi i*\e I'.iteinai l> -?
913 G St. N. W.
Qox'.oits already scheduled undoubt
edly will not be held.
?Besides savins the gasoline that
would be used for the races, the ces- \
sntion of racing will release woo- j
chanics and operators for serrice in
the army transport and aeronautic!
branches of the army. j
AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS
ATT?Acnon? "AT Tf?i>?T
ARROMCEMFRT
A. H. WOOD?
P^str-ps to announce that owing to
the emphatic hit registered by th?
Supreme Comedy,
"BUSINESS
BEFORE
PLEASURE"
With Barney Bernard, Alexander
farr and the Original New V?.ik
Caat. tbe enaaarement ha* ?-??ten e\
l? ndeda for the Week a>f Seaax. 2?<h.
Gf.???.??? the Last ? r, I?
?* STRAND 9*99??
???????I.ANT ?? MKS
WILLIAM RUSSELL
1 ?
HOBBS I? A HURRY"
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3 ?va
"THt,.
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lor GARDEN ".??
TOIK.1?mi TIMF.?
MOXROE SALISBURY
THAT DEVIL BAT?ESE'
?
ATI0R?L mat. today, lia?
klaw a l.rurf?! Mdft -liorfw-uA
>!.??..' ? m1| I r -: trtioD.
THE RIVIERA GIRL
startim; tomorrow m?.ht
skats MfcUM
John < art. producer of ~? iddi m
? .' -?-<?" and -l.lortn???.** prrwit?
FLO-FLO
*M> IIKR "HKRFECT W rlKIHlS
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B. F. KEITH'S
DAILY; SUN HOLTS ;
"Startling."?Times.
VALESKA URATT
.In an Adalr In ?*??? I>rf ? p? t i?? ??
HkkminK r-HoA * CO, in "Th* Ben
Mhn" Coidm)v. <VIlin? ft Hart. Bob Hill.
KtcpbcD D. Ci Kn-ark?, Rotta? Oardaoe. Bar
ri?* A Mirri, tot
?111 Street
Bri??* F
?- Ve.r 9M
GAYETY
jor. Hl'RTIG OFFF.RS
R u rtraq ur'a t.reatemt.
STONEand PILLARD
"Veit nrrk????G?!? OP AMERICA'
REW LYCEUMS
???.
mtk ft.
I ra.nl.llaa ISA?.
Till: PALACE OF IU 111 I ?HI I
All Tht? Werk With Vallare Dali??.
The Pennini Winners
CASINO .RSLV&?
I? - , Krark:m Tat?.
THR l'llil?H. RFAITIK?.
Kr l.Al'lKs- MATIN Cl. I?AlL?-:(k.
Shubert-Bclasco
Mis'?.? tO THfc.TE? M.'? 19
TtstuabL ?f, Ms? tasi vs. ?I t?
RKRTtlA K Al.ITH
Ir -ini illuni,?:? ?...?. -
?Ita. R.illUtT >:iietto?. 1 K J.?*-"??
?od AIJII.RT BKI'MM,
MK\T KWk??*?*r-?rr Vaia ?.??
NORA BAYES
In a hman New Mutui F'.??
'?LOOK WHO'S HERE"
Rig Adra-Be? ?Sale Fut Beery l r*4<*??*'.?a
LOEW'S COLUMBIA
-\U\% PLAUSI
VIVIAN MARTIN
Is. -Hl:n ? III ?.?mt ????*t?
THE DARE
DEVILS
AUK HI.HI..
WHAT'S THE ANSWER?
See The-aae ?? iRierir?? l.e-ea*ra.. fmrh
Tesai?; aa? loaalsikl
Young
Men
Prevent F**?
Early l^?
Baldness
By Using tf4
Dependable
CARTERS
lUX-l
? SCeAtlP ? /rYV/GO*?A TOO ?
At Drasiciet? aa?J
Wrttar Hirtxr ?ko-it.
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HINGTOK
SAVINGS BANK
... rmt I ?
Of.-, mr ScCIXMpi
"Boy, Howdy"
We are pleased to announce that we have secured the services of
MR. JOHN K. HAYES
?who spent 25 years of his life in constant work and diligent study of the
clothing business at the Parker-Bridget store.
Beginning with today, Mr. Hayes assumes his duties as manager of our
store and will be pleased to render the same prompt and efficient service
to his friends and customers that has for years characterized his work as
"EXCEPTIONALLY EXCELLENT."
It will be remembered that Mr. Hayes spent ten years as manager of
the clothing department of Parker-Bridget's and has made this business his
life's work.
Come io and look "Jack" over?he's the tame as ever.
?
P. S.?There are a number of suits and overcoats on sale today that 1
bought last October. They cost me just $7.50 less then than they are quoted
wholesale today. I'll save you that seven-fifty if you get in early this morn
ing. They're all good models and the fabrics are splendid.
Priced $22.50 to $45.00.
And these are last year's prices, too.
TENNILLE
911 G St. N. W.

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