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17ik Siree: So. ?/ P* Av*. Big Clearance Specials At D. J. Kaufman'a Mart a Storea 1005-10<n Pa. Av*. T" Special Notice In this timely clear ance sale of Young 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 offPool en Suits will be at the Avenue store only. Straw Hat clearance at Both 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 MM007 Pa. Ave, Broken Lots $35 and $40 Suits $ 23 .75 This includes all of this class of merchandise from both stores? Broken lots of novelty and conserva tive models. A T BOTH STORES Big Clearance-?All Fine Straw Hats $0.15 For Real Five-Dollar Hats $2'4S For Real Four-Dollar Hats Thousands to Select From. Sale Starts 8 A. M. Money's W^orth or Money Back ' D. J. Kaufman i ted Cuticura Soap Ideal for the [? Complexion A drr?r?t?: Soap S, Ointreatit ?S and t*. T?!?u , T- Ir fr?? of D?r?. *. laataa." TOOTH ACHE Stopped In One Minute By Columbia Dentists. (Inc.) NO PAW Examinations, Consultations, and Extractions?No Charge. Prices: Gold Crown*. 15.00. 16.00, $7.00?Filling*!. $1.00 Upt Columbia Dentists, (lac.) ?03 9th St. N. W. Over Mtraad Theater. Let Cokes & Schreiber Make Your Clotkisf. Every garment is made in our own work shop and guaranteed to fit. You select the goods and we'll do the rest. Suits made to measure as low as $24.00. Trouper s made to measure from $5.50 and up. COHEN & SCHREIBER Cantom Tailor*. 6a6 F Street N. W. ,LOANS HORNING Oissenrfs, Matches, Jewelry South End of Highway Bridge Utulats Transacted tlxcluaivei; Ttrre. Take ear* a* 12th street and Pcnimyl van!.? ivenue for south rnd of llie'jw jr llrldge. Par* U rnrh way. SPECIAL SALE of Palm Beach SUITS, $8.50 NATIONAL CLOTHING CO. SZ3 Se-nath Stmt If. W. B RUISES-CUTS Cleanse thoroughly? reduce inflammation by cold wet compres ?*?apply lightly, without friction? VICK S VAPOR ^OTOUR BOOTS UARD"- 304 TOO v LATE ) Death only a matter of short time. Dor.'t wait until pains and aches become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by taking GOLD MEDAL Tha world's standard ramady ibrkidnay, liver, bladdar and uric acid troubles?tba National Ramady of Holland Binca 169S. Guaranteed. Three sixes, all druggists. Cold Madal m erary I Eafflea Rrtrlif Aifist I. Justice Stafford, in the District Supreme Court, yesterday directed Maurice Splaln, United States Mar shal, to produce Forrest Eaglen, the i colored caddy, formerly of the Kirk- j Hide Golf Club. In court on August [> for a hearing to determine whether , Esglen will be surrendered to the! Maryland authorities for trial in ! conection with his alleged criminal ! assault on Miss Mary Saunders, the j War Department employe, on July i 5 last. Askl F?r Her Tw? CklMlwa. Mrs. Lillian Ada DiBenedetto ask ed the District Supreme Court yes- , terday to award her the custody of j her two children, and appoint a: receiver for the property at 246 Eleventh street southeast, jointly j owned by her and her husband. An- j tonio DiBenedetto, so that the pro ceeds of the rental of the property j may be used for her support and i that of the children. DiBenedetto killed his wife's fa- . ther, Jacob A. Kroon, last Novem- | ber, and is now serving: a ten-year sentence. His wife wants the perma- | nent custody of their children and ! the rental from their Jointly owned | property is needed, she claims, for i their support. Attorney George E. j Sullivan appears for the wife. Tenants Fight Landlords. Justice Stafford yesterday granted the petition of Mrs. Rena S. Smith to restrain George H. P. Cole, owner, and the F. H. Smith Co.. agents for the Birmingham Apartments, from renting an apartment which she va WAR SERVICE WINS HIGH COLLEGE POST Summerfleld McCarteney, a Wash- j ington boy, has Just been appointed j head of the new department of com- j merce and economics at WUUam and i Mary College. Williamsburg. Va., In ! recognition of his services during the , war with the Fuel Administration. J military intelligence division of the i army, and the Railroad Administra tion. McCarteney, who ts only 27 years old, was born in Washington and graduated from Western High School i and George Washington University. ( For nine months he was a private at Base Hospital. No. 45, Richmond. Va I His work will include lectures at ! Norfolk. Richmond and other cities j on economic and transportation sub jects. "Ma" Zappone's Boys Feed Too Well; Not Too WUely Many of the DOO boy? of "Ma" Zap- I pone, the modern edition of the old woman who lived in the shoe, had "tummy" ache last night, but what else could have been expected? "Ma" Zappone?or. to be precise, Mrs C. R. Zappone?is the "Mother of Walter Reed Hospital" and h# boy8 are the wounded soldiers at the hospital. Three hundred of "Ma's" boys were the guests of the Chesa peake Beach Railway yesterday at the bay resort. Heres why the boys had "tummy" ache: Each. on arriving at the beach, was presented with one-half of a fried chicken, two-thirds of a large pie, three slices of cake, countless sand wiches, and sundry trimminps for a royal dinner. The ISO fried chickens; the 200 pies, and the 30-odd cakes were prepared by the thirteen Red Cross chapters in Calvert County. Md.. the Chesapeake Beach chapter takinp the lead. The dinner financed by the Business Men's Association of i Chesapeake Beach. Horse Climbs to Loft After Feed. Central Village. Conn., July 28.?The "hay wouldn't come to the horse, so ' the horse went to the hay loft." ex- j plained John Rock as he busied him self in lowering the horss to the ground. WEATHER CONDITIONS. District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia^ Partly ciondy today, tomorrow fair; not much crhange in temperature, moderate west axxi north west winds. LOCAL TF.MI ERA-TUBE Midnight, 83; 2 *-m., C; 4 a.m., 79: 6 a.m, : 75; 8 am. 80, 10 a.m.. 88. 12 noon. 90; 2 pm., 92; 4 pm.. 92; 6 r*?.. 32: 8 pn*-. R; 10 jxm.. Si. Highest, 96; lowest, 76. Relative humidity?8 a.m . 75; 2 p.m, 51; 8! pm.. 63 Rainfall (8 p.m to 8 pm.), 0. Hours of sunshine, LL5. Per cent of possible sunshine, 80. DOT1 ARTTRRK Accumulated exaees of temperature since Jan uary 1. 1919, f 459; excess of temperature since July 1, 1519, +13; accumulated eicras of precipi tation smce January l, 1919. -f2W; excess of pne apitation ?nce July 3. 1919, -?3H. Temperature i*mo day last jeer?Highest, 92; lowest, 70. OTHER TEMPERATURES. Lowest Highest previous Rain today. night. 8 p.m. fall. Atlanta, Ga. ......... 88 72 96 .... Baltimore. Md. 96 76 86 .... Boston, Mas*. ........ 92 TS ?4 .... Chicago, in. 7* 74 76 L"heyenne, Wyo. ..... 86 58 82 0.64 Davenport, lo*r* .... 92 74 90 .... [Vs Moines, Iowa 96 ?2 94 0 30 Dulntfc, Minn 82 60 76 Calrestoo, Tex. 86 80 86 .... Indianapolis, Ind. ... 92 74 TO .... Kansas City, Mo 96 76 94 Los Angeles. Cal 76 62 TZ .... Memphis. Tenn. ..... 90 74 .... Mobile, Ala 92 76 0 08 New Yoric. N. Y 90 76 81 0 06 Omahs, Neb. _....... 96 80 96 .... Phoenix. Ariz. . 96 76 96 .... Prill and. Me 90 72 84 SaJt Lake City. Utah W 76 fO St. Taal. Minn 78 64 66 0 06 rtftn V^ancisco. Cal . 60 52 56 Tampe. Flo 92 74 74 1 08 YkfabWK. Mis* 93 72 86 0.11 TIDE TABLES. (Compiled by United States Coast and Geodetic Surrey.) Today?Low tide, 3^1 l m and 4:24 p m.; high Ude, 9:48 a m. and 10:13 p m. THE Sl'N AND MOON. Today?Sun rises, 6:04 a. m., sun sets, 8 34 P. m. Moon rises. 633 a. m ; arts. 8:28 p. m. Automobile lamps to be lighted one-half hour tJUr sunset. Prickly Heat; Some day you will ask yourself. Why did I refuse to use Tyree's Antiseptic Powder for these tormenting cases of Poison Oak. Prickly Heat and Mosquito Bites? The person who does not use Tyree's Antiseptic Powder freely in these cases falls in two ways, neglect and fore sight. For the effect of Tyree's Antiseptic Powder In these cases is almost marvel ous. One or two tablespoons full dissolved in a basin of water invariably relieves you while you are applying it. When used in the same dilu tions its application is very pleasant and noncauterizing. For thirty years Tyree's Antiseptic Powder has been the accepted standard for per Jonal hygiene. In small, me ium and large sizes?ror sale by all drug and department stores. Remember the name? TYREE'S?accept no other. News catod aftor the Are of April IS U*t The decree of the court allows Mra. Smith to reoccupy hor apart ment. although, she alleged. It had been rented to someone else. Right on the heels of the victory of this tenant, another tenant who j also vacated her apartment after I the Are. Helen W. Roy, petitioned the court to restrain lt\% ***. ? frctn TtSilt:* ner apartment I to someone else. The conditions of , this tenant's plea are the saqne as : that of Mrs. Smith. Attorney Aalph P. j Fleharty appears for the aecond ten ant. Catpk Adopt Baby Boy. Justice StafTord legalised yester day the adoption of Charles L Ul rlch, Jr.. five months old. by Peter and Mary Eplacopo. Its grand parents The boy's mother is dead. The de cree of the court changea hla name to Charles L*. Kpiscopo. Attorneys Vaughn and Wolf ap peared for the petitlonera. AMUSEMENTS The Nation's Mart Beautiful Plajfcoaw. P LOEWS P ALACfc c?.ti.?.M 10i3> ?-m-t. 11 ym TODAY?TOMORROW THE CAREER of. CATHERINE BUSH BEG. THURS ?OLIVE THOMAS MYSTERIES OF LIFE WOMEN' ONLY, 3 TO ? P. M. MRU ONLY. 0 TO If P. M. POLI'S?25c and 50c FREE ADMISSION ALWAYS TO GLEN ECHO WASHINGTON ONLY REAL. PLEASURE PARK DANCING AND REGULAR AMUSEMENTS BASEBALL Washington ?s. St. Louis Downtown ticket office. 613 14lh aL Opes from SJOa- m.tolp.m. AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS. R MOORE'S I ALT o 11 A. M.?lt P. M. ALL WEEK M at O ?? IMIITA STEWART! In Her Sea PkotodramaUc Hit MARY REGAN From Leroy Saatt't Sensational JVtrael of Big Pleasure t? A?c York't Midnight Joy Ground A KIph Ritinal Allmtl?? PmeUM (i?Ml t; Tm >Mrt Superior Subeidariet?Overture TODAY'S BEST ATTRACTION III WASHINGTON'S COOLEST THEATERS SHOBERT BELASCO Direction Measn^ Shubert ,2:2?. A Great Audience Went Wild Last Night Over THOMAS DIXON'S THE RED DAWN A Drama of Rerohitioo? A Cure for the Peril of Bolshevism. This Is Red Blooded Drama?Not a Movie. Week Bef. Sunday?Seats Now. "The Birth of a Race" B.F.KEITH'Sil; DAILY}:!' SUN. ft HOL'YS *?,?,? Doubt* Headlinete fiti Wwt WILBUR MOSCOW I MACK & CO. BROS. & CO. ?A Pair ?# "DanHnc Otfda Tlfkft?" FBda" DOREFTS CELKBRlTlEb TONEY A NORMAN \er% Bcr?tem. liobbf O'Neill with Kft? A*hley A Stopper. Oawm Siei*r?. Kinocr&ms, etc. FOR RESULTS TRY HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS e ???a \ "The PlaybooM of DlatlBCtioB** ? t f\ LOEWS ? I i Columbia ; - F Strfft at Twelfth ROW PLAVIXG Wallace Reid i The Love Burgl?r 1 V... -J SHIJBERT-GARR1CK ;'k Toalfrkt at S^O Mat?^ rhurK and >atorda7 A Broadway Hit It Lrmu W anhlngtnnl "cTytx. - a. - u-iGJ' By rHKD JACKSON "The Distinguished Servic Medal of the drama should be awarded him."?Posi. LYNNE OVERMAN Scores k The Only Girl DANCING. YOU WANT TO DANCE? ~ Prof. Cain and Mra Holt. Anxr-.cas Feresiort Dancing Inatrudora. can teach %ou if you can ba taught. Teaching exclucireiy at the 2UGHTWAY SCHOOL OF DAXCIXG 121* ?w York Ave. Only njvUv-date Ptonnc Academy arnth of N T. Private toann* any hnur, ?ac Nee\l djC bare appoiDtmci.'. I'booe Franklin TbiA Who Is Carry ?