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17tk Street So. of Pa. Ave. Big Clearance Specials At D. J. Kaufman's Man's Stores 1005-1007 Pa. Aye. Special Notice In this timely clear ance sale of Ypung Fel lers' Club and Men's Clothing we have divid ed the sale in two fea tures? The clearance of Palm Beach Suits will be at the 17th Street Store only. The clearance of IVool en Suits will be at the Avenue store only. Straw Hat clearance at Roth Stores. At 616 17th St. All $18 Palm Beach Suits $ 14 .25 This includes all of this class of merchandise from both stores? Broken lots of fine qualities. At 1005-1007 Pa. Ave. Broken Lots $35 and $40 Suits Sn 0.75 23 This includes all of this class of merchandise from both stores? Broken lots of novelty and' conserva tive models. AT BOTH STORES Big Clearance?-All Fine Straw Hats $?.15 For Real Five-Dollar Hats $2-45 For Real Four-Dollar Hats 1 Thousands to Select From. Sale Starts Monday, 8 A. M. Money's IVorth or Money Hack D. J. Kaufman Incorporated v UP H??mi ? A.31. tm 8 p.m. Dr. S. B. Johnston Expert Dfitlst 9th aid G St.. N.W. (2d floor) , I 'l??l Bld?. Pkeae Mala ITll Coal! Coal! I ?_?_ ? ? I Good Coal at Fair Prices "OUR MOTTO" R. J. and M. C. GRACE Dealer* la AatkraeHc aad BltaalMai CaaL 4th and F St?. N. E. Lis. g? ~lt'a m Lb* wt my. L THE ANDERSON PRINTERY <F~.?nltr Jnrlaca Baak BI4g.) 1407 N. Y. Ave., 1st Floor, Rear Pkaat Mala HK COAL OF QUALITY 3eat Grade* of Aatkracite aad Lowest Price*. ?EO. W. RIE " *"? fhaa* n. trio TYSSOWSKI 1419 G St. N.W. Oppaattr Krltk'a Generoui Redactions on High Grade Furaiskiagi to Men. Special Pain Beach aad l-iaea Soit*. i/4 Off. Alto Ma ay Other Articles. LOMS HORNING Sissimris, Watches, Jewelry South fcftd of Highway Bridge UaiU-aa Traaeaeted ISnlnalnl; rak? ear* afl 13th atreet aad PeaaeylTaale imaa far aeatk 'ad at Hlakw e Hrtdae. rata *e ??*k way. PALM BEACH AND KOOL KLOTH SUITS Rxefllent Quality Fiifl? Tailored $ 13" Klein'r"l4ESb S Klein's Korner B RUISES?CUTS Claanaa thoroughly? radoca Inflammation by cold wet conjprea ipply U|htl;, without YKXS Vi *YOU? eO0Y?UAR0"-30f POUCE lUfcfcH mt Pim. Ml* Jean Rich. a resident of Du Bol?, Pa., wa* robbed b( a purse con taining $15 yesterday morn in* in the Union Station. The purse was left on a shelf in the bare*re room, and when Miss Rich returned It wss gone. Knife UsH la Fight. During a fight yesterday morning on First street southwest between Alioe Garnet*. colored, of 22 L street southwest and James Bank, also col ored. 907 First street southwest, the woman frot the- worst of it and was taken to the Emergency Hospital with a cut on the leg. Jewels and Money Steles. Miss Mildred Deri*. 1438 R street northwest, complained of the theft of 170 worth of personal property from her home, which she claims was entered Saturday night. Miss Frances Zimmerman, of the same address, slso reported that her room was entered and two lavallieres valued at 125 were stolen. intssiskikt Stolen Frank B. Slater. 1233 H street northesst. reported the theft of a Ford touring car from a garage at Eighteenth and C strets northeast, which was broken into Saturday night P. H. Herrerman. 1207 Gales stret northwest also missed his Ford automobile when he went to his garage yesterday at West Vir ginia avenue and Morse street northeast Thieves also broke into this garage. J. R. Serviss. 310 Indiana avenue northwest also was robbed of a Ford automobile from his garage at Sixth street and Massachusetts avc nue northwest Thieves get Cloth log. Richard Eggert, 405 Twenty-flfth street Milwaukee. "Wis., a guest at the Powhatan faotel, reported that thieves took a package of clothing from his machine which was stored In the Dupont Garrfse. He values It at *35. Thieves entered the automobile re pair shop of George Free. 62? K street northwest Saturday night! and stole a wire whel and a tire vslued at $50. Cst by Glsoo. Hsrrv Flfter. white. 14 years of age, of 1474 H street northwest, was I cut on the foot by broken glass I while swimming in the Eastern j Brsnch near Benning Bridge north-| east He was removed to the Cas-1 GEOGRAPfffOUf OF CADET TEST Maps Changing, War De partment Substitutes His tory at West Point. Aspirants for admission to the West Point Military Academy will develop no gray hairs over the subject of geography in cramming to pass pre liminary examinations. Maps are to day being too regularly redrawn and countries* boundaries thereby dislo cated to give the subject place In I the sober educational line-up, the War Department admits in promul gating the requirements for admis sion to West Point Perhaps, after all peace-treaty and league-of-nation quirks have been un tangled and every diminutive volatile republic subdued. Miss Geography may again be admitted to the Wert Point curriculum. But. until then. Mr. History will take her place. History which will be injected in the West Point aspirants' test in the place of geography will embrace those chapter? which have only recently been written, and some that are now Just being recorded. Questions such as: "Name three States which bound Iowa?" "Where is Mount Blanc?** and "What county produces the most watches?" will be gently pushed backward to make way for: "When was the battle of Chateau Thierry?" "Who led the allied forces in the world war?" and "What fighting unit gained for itself the title of "Devil Dogs?" President's Own Garrison Continues Member Drive Business meetings of the Presi dent's Own Garrison, Army and Navy Union, having been discontinued un til September, the executive board will continue the drive for a largelyj increased membership until that1 time. Announcement is made that hon-| orably discharged soldiers. sailors and Marines of all wars and those who served in time of peace, who are seeking information as to the organization's aims and purposes, or] who desire to become members, mayj secure the necessary information at the temporary offices of the board! In our Army and Navy Building.1 1006 H street northwest. U. S. Receives Mail for Germany and Slav Nations Mail destined for Csecho-Slovakia, German-Austria, Jugo-Slavia and Po land is now being accepted, accord ing to an announcement by the Post office Department It is explained improved postal fa cilities abroad permit the dispatch of letters, post-cards, samples and print ed matter, ordinary and registered. BAND CONCERTS. Marine Barricks this evening at 4:30 o'clock. Concert by the U. S. Marine Band. William H. Santelmann. Leader. Program. 1. March. "Sons of the Brave" Bidgood 2. Overture, "Hunfirian Comedy" Keler Bela 3. Caprice, "Wedding of the Rose".... Jewel 4. Cornet solo, "Creanonisn Polka" Welden Musician Arthur S. Wltcomb. 5. Grand Scenes from "The Force of Destiny" Verdi "Invitation to the Dance' Weber-Wei ngartner Traneefibed for Military Bard by William 23. Santelmann. 7. "Reminiscences of Scotland" Godfrey Martian' Hymn. "The Halls of Montezuma." '"n? Star Spangled Banner." By the C. S. Soldiers' Home Band this evmiac. beginning at ? o'clock. EraH A. Fenstad, Assist ant Director. 1. March. The N*4" Btgelow 1 Overture. "Jo* (* Spring" Wagner S. Duet for CUrineU. "Dialogue" Hamrn 4. Grand Selection, "Madame Butterfly". .. Pucdni 5. Fox Trot, ' Sweet Stameee ' Carl I Fantasia Comique. "TV Jelly Musicians * T. Finale. "The Blarney Parade" Wolemtein "The Star Spangled Banner " NEWS ualty HoiplUt where bli Injuries are not regarded as serioua. ??7 ?( It Drewi?4 Lewie QCcOee, colored, 1? rears of age. of a South Capitol street, was drowned yesterday while swimming in Rock Creek near Oak Hill Ceme tery. Men from the Harbor precinct re covered the body and removed it to the Morgue to await the action of the coroner. Police regard the boy's death as accidental. Hart la Ball Game. Howard Brown, colored, 17 years old. of 14 Canal street southwest, is in Casualty Hospital seriously injured as a result of an attempt yesterday I to catch a "fly" ball. Brown collided with another colored boy named Ben I Jones with sufficient force to knock himself unconscious. Wobmb Gone, fa la Martin Johnson, colored, 1349 Sev enth street northwest, complained to the police yesterday that a conversa tion he had with a colored woman Saturday night on N street resulted in his being out of pocket Just >63. Johnson talked with the woman for a I while, it is said, and when she left he discovered his losa Knocked Dawa as! Backed. I Paul Blake, colored. 1201 Rhode Island avenue north wes% reported that he was knocked down Saturday night on Six-and-a-Half street north west and robbed of K3. Three col ored men took part in the assault and robbery, he claims. ' and he has furnished the police with a descrip tion of them. Metar Craah lafarsa Child. Margaret Chowllng, aged 4, of Decatur Heights, daughter of Jas. '""howling, was slightly injured yes . .-day on the Bladenabunr road when her father's automobile crashed into an electric light pole. The child was cut about the face and head and removed to Casualty Hospital for treatment. Her condi tion is not serious. The automobile was slightly damaged. Ml Mia* Girl Bctsrsa. Miss Cora Gibson, sixteen-year old white girl, who was reported to have disappeared from her home, 320 B street northwest Saturday afternoon, has returned home. When Miss Gibson left home Sat urday afternoon to visit the bath ing beach. It was explained, she was taken ill and spent the night at the home of a friend. SONREPORTED DEAD, ONLY HURT Family Here Gets Details of Kernohan Accident in Chicago. Believing, for more than six hours, their son "was dead. Mr. and Mrs. I John J. Kernohan. 3014 South Dakota avenue northeast, wera overjoyed to j learn late yesterday afternoon that ] he was only injured in an automobile accident in Chicago. Saturday Bight. Mr. Kernohan was routed out ot j bed early yesterday afternoon and read a wire dispatch from Chicago j stating that his son had been fatally ] injured when the automobile in which j he was riding with a man and woman i skidded and went into a ditch. Mr. Kernohan immediately got in; touch with relatives In Chicago, who ; found young Kernohan in the St. Francis Hospital. Chicago, seriously 1 injured. Mr. Kernohan said last night he would go to Chicago if his son's con dition warranted it Mr. Kernohan had been gone from i home two months He is a traveling salesman. Here's the Inside Dope On Lower Shoe Prices St. Ix>uis. July 26.?Shoe prices will topple: When Europe hits her stride. When Argentina resumes leather trade relations. Or when general conditions be come normal. John C. Roberts, part owner of the International Shoe Company here and one of the largest shoe makers in the country, said tonight that these are the only hopes he entertains for footwear to come out of the luxury class. WEATHER CONDITIONS. FORECASTS FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY District ot Cblumboa. Maryland and \ **""?7 Fair and continued w*rm Monday and prolans Tuesday , moderate *xithweft winds ^ _____ A _ WEATHER CONDITIONS AND GENERAL FORECAST Winn weather preraiJai during Randal throughout the Middle Atiai.Uc States. the Ohio and Middle Missiisippi Valley, the southern portion at the region of the Great LAkea and over the Middle Plain Sutea In other pans of the country the temperaUinea are near nor mal. There has been a change to ooc?derably cooler weather orer the Upper Lake region ex treme Upper Mississippi Valley, the Northern Plain Sta-tea and the Southern Rocky Mountain region, while wanner weather has again cw sp?"*ad the Northwest. LOCAL temperature Midnight, SI. 2 a. m.. 80; 4 a. m. 78 6 a m.. 73; 8 a. m.. 75; 10 a. m., 87; 12 noce, 89; 3 p m . 9!; 4 p. m . 98; 6 p. m . B; ? P a, 80; 10 p ?n . 86. Highest. 96; lowest. 7* Relative humidity-^ a. m . 88; 2 P- m , 80; 8 p. a. A Rainfall (8 p so to 8 P m -* Hours of sunshine?141. Per ?ct of po?ible wnshine 100 DEPARTURE*? Accumulated exoee cf temperature since Jan nary 1. 1919. +462; eocceas temperature since July 1. 1919. +6; accumulated excess of precipitation sine* January 1, 19W, +113; ex can of precipi tation aiace Jnly 1, 1919, +3.10. i Tetrperature same date last year?Highest. 90; lowest, 7L OTHER TEMPERATURES Hifheat previous Rain today. nisht. 8 p.m. fall. Asherille. N. C 84 64 78 AtlanU. Gs- * * 80 0.81 Bismarck, N. Dak...? 84 58 81 Boston, Mass.- 88 68 84 Buffalo. N. Y 78 71 76 Chicago. Ill 96 78 94 Cheyenne, Wyo 82 56 8? Ckvel&nd. Ohio 92 76 90 Denver. Colo 88 ?8 64 e.80 Dea M anea. Iowa 88 T6 90 Detroit, Mich 94 T4 92 El Paso, Tex 90 88 9 Hekra, Moot. 84 48 84 Indianapolis, Ind 90 74 90 Jacksonville, Fla M 78 ? ? ft Little Rock, Ark 86 74 86 Loe Angeles, Oal 78 82 71 Memphis. Tann........ 88 74 N 0.11 Mobile. Ala W T4 84 8.12 New Orleans. La. ? *6 81 8.? Omaha. Nebr WO 78 Phoenix. Art* ......... 92 71 86 Pittsburgh, Pa 90 74 88 Portland, Ms 78 80 78 PwUrt-d. On* 84 f? 84 8alt Lake City. Dlak.. 86 Tl 98 St. Louis. Mo 88 72 88 St- Paul. Minn. ? *4 88 * AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS. i alt II A. M.?ll P. M. ALL WEEK 9th at O anita stewart In a Visualization of Lervy Seotfi Sensa tional Xovel of Big Business and Pleasurr in -Yrtc York's MidnujKt Joy Ground mary REGAN" Whether Presiding at a Lobster Supper in j One of Sew YorlcVUra^Cafes or Breoi-j fasting in Silken Pajamas, the Dainty Sfu-j the Eye ana Charms the Lfevotee o/j ? First Kattvul AttrartUs? Prtarklir Ow?ri by 7*n M??rr Superior Subsidiaries?Orerture, "The Ju ly Robbers." II ? a ?? Jttr. II ? IV It _ _ CRARBALL'S FIT. IT TERTH Metropolitan ITTODAY A > D RETIRE WKRKT1 Triumphant Return of ? Miprrnir Artiste CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG A milled. in Lraorr ( offf^ t "THE BEnER WIFE" Montitomrry find Rock in "Zip and Zect"? *?Tin>hoB? C NINTH STREET AT E RANDALL'S THEATE R TODAY?Tl'KSDAY A rOMEDT'DRAMA WITH A ?irPTKB ?TAR BESSIE BARRISCALE SI PPORTED BY A *TRLI.AR CAST I\ "TANGLED THREADS" I# CIUUU.1 Elimiltt ?E Cum I lul |% Knickerbocker i,a.?*t day CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG 'THE BETTER WIFE' SRIIEIT IELASCI Direction Sbubart J 2 i2<l. THOMAS DlXOK*9 the RED DAWN A Drama of BtTOlutlOQ Praaented Yj an Admirable Chat Tbsa Is the Greatei Drama of the Ag*~ The First Poa? War I'lay Df^in* With the BobberUt w Cafwtal and Labor Tbe Nation'? Mo*t Beautiful Plajhouaa. P loews r ALA C fc 10>30 l.t f 11 T oday?T omorrow?W ed. CATHERINE C ALVJE RT THE CAREER of. CATHERINE BUSH By Elinor Glyn SHE had beauty and brains?and noth ing more. But she used what she had? and used men?to gain her heart's desire. She won, too. in her own way. If you want to see* how, don't miss this pulsing, startling romance by Elinor Glyn. TOOTH ACHE Stopped In One Minute By Columbia Dentists, (Inc.) NO PAIN Netted* Examinations. Consultations, and Extractions?No Charge Prices: Gold Crowns, $5.00. ! I6.0?. $7.00?Fillings. $1.00 Up. Cohmbia Dentists, (inc.) ?03 9th St N. W. Over Mra?d Theater. \ ?The Plarhmi?r of Plat tnrt Ion** - A LOEW'S ? : ColumbiA j F Street ?< 1 welft h _ Kom PLAVRG I Wallace Reid | i!* The Love Burglar ! DAI I'C 4th and rUU O Lax Week CHANGE OF HOURS ?e -.f J BEGINNING AND MYSTERIES OF LIFE ! WOMEN ONLY Mioto start S. S and 7 p. MEN ONLY NIGHTS Show* Mart f> f?. to. to 11 p Bal.. ?k; orrli., .Vk, B.F.KEITH'S J?? D*l^r?;" SUM. HOL TS ,*f l*oiible hetdluirn Till* WILBl'R MOM OM MACK & CO. BROS. & CO. "A Pair of "Daurine <>4ri. Tlckct." anrt Ind.' UORKE'S rELEKKiU>> Tokey 4 Norman V?rm Buiu? rW-? O'NcjII ?ith I>*lrn KaHcr. Anble* 4 Sloprw*. c.trioa mma Sinogram* etc. BASEBALL ImTh. Washington vs. St. Louis Downtown tjckn office ?13 nth g*. Ojri fw? f ? ? 111. to ] |t m FREE ADMISSION ALWAYS TO GLEN ECHO W AVHl\(,TO\> ONLY RF4L PLEASURE PARK dancing A-XT> HF,(.H,AR AMI VKMn in DANCING. DO YOU WANT TO DANCE?" Pro! Ch-a. Amrnc*'? (oncott Dukui N1i?> jler, and Mr ? H. L. Molt can teach rnu if \-_?a :an be UugLi Tracking all the lateat tiac m. |Dno-stei?. fox trot, walu. Etclwrrt) tt 'hi , RK.HTW U SCHOOL OF D4>CI>0 1218 SEW YORK A4. (Near 13th at.? | Only up-to-date Dancing Academy couth ?< . York. Wi*?te lee*on? any liour. T5 cent* ^ Deed not hate anointment Phoor "164 1 ? Prof Caio ^av? that rocr*-af ?oe m u ea-ot . a* food in maintaininc tbe oat 100'% and thr in- || |4i\ lduai's health and prosperity Make dancing tout recreation, u dancing ?? not ool* a rerra Uon but a real pt?a?ure and baaltl- rmtcr.~4 matiinr l^arr. to dance and enjoy life. 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