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4 = 1 t 17th Street South of Pa. Ave. BIG MAN'S WEEK A T D. J. Kaufman's Man's Stores 1005-1007 Pa. Ave. Special Notice to Big Men! The end of the season finds us with a col lection of large sizes in Palm Beach, Mohair and Worsted Suits. Also Worsted Trousers and Office Coats. In order to move this stock we are hold ing a Big Man's Week. The prices are greatly reduced, which makes the opportu nity complete. For the convenience of you Big Men we have concentrated these bargains at the Avenue store. D. J. KAUFMAN. r~ Big Man's Opportunity No. 1 95 Palm Beach Suits, Sizes from 42 to 50 / ^' Sold for S15 to $18 1 ** Big Man's Opportunity No. 2 75 Priestley Mohair $1675 Sizes 40 to 50 >old for $20 and $25 Big Man's Opportunity No. 3 PC Worsted ?0 0.75 OD Suits Sizes 42 to 50, Including Blacks and Bines. Sold From $35 to $45 Big Man's Opportunity No. 4 CO Pairs Fine Worsted $ ?.90 Trousers & Sizes 46, 48, 50, 52 Sold for $7.50. $8.S0 and $10.00 Big Man's Opportunity No. 5 7T Tan, Gray & Seersucker ' ^ Office Coats *JDC Sixes 42 to 48 S*U for $1.25, $1.50 aad $2.00 AT BOTH STORES Continuing Our Regular Clearance Sales Clearance of Fancy Shirts $2.00 and $2.50 Shirts, $1.65 $3.00 and $3.50 Shirts, $2.35 $4.00 and $4.50 Shirts, $3.15 ^very fancy shirt in both stores; no ex t/iions; no reservations. Clearance of Straw Hats SS.00 $4.00 Fine Strtnv Hatt Fine Straw Hats $3.15 $2.45 Hundreds to Select From BROKEN LOTS $35 & $40 Worsted Suits $0 0-75 1 23 Avenue btore Onlv BROKEN LOTS $1.50 & $2.00 Shirts & Knee Drawers $1.19 Garment Famous Varsity Under wear Under Our Own Label. AT BOTH STORES ALL Palm Beach Suits $ 12 .75 Sold for $15, $16.25 and $18 Money's Worth or Money Back D. J. Kaufman INCORPORATED SC. 00 J UP I lours: :? A.M. ?o * P.M. Dr. S. B. Johnston Kxpert Ufntiat Ith and G St*. N.W. (Zd floor) H:i<i I'boif Main 1711 IOOTH ACHE Stopped In One Minute | L>y Columbia Dentists. (Tnc.) NO PAIN . Examinations. Consultations, I and Extractions?No Charge. I Prices: Gold Crowns. $5.00. 116 00. $7 00?Fillings. $1.00 Up. | Columbia Dentists, (Inc.) 403 9th St. N. W. OrfT strand Theater. COAL OF QUALITY Best Grades of Anthracite and Bituminous?Lowest Prices. GEO. W. RUE 7;Lr.',V\^ -It's sot U>? proft We but th? itrrtm THE ANDERSON PRINTERY (Equity Sarins* Baik Bids.) 1407 N. Y. A?e., lit Floor, Rev Phase Mala Z?Z4. rAY FEVER Malt VapoRub in a spoon and inhala the vapors. VICKS VAPORl "YOUR BODYGUARD"-30f.60MT2Q The best Floor Finish; will not scratch. Applied at night: dry in 24 nours. Buy it and try it. BEWARE OF|SaKESER PLOOROLEUH 1 Permanent Floor Finish. ( Geo. R.Gill 640-42 PENNA. AVE. S. E. Distributers for Buffalo Paint and Cabolite. MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S 3-PIECE $ftA,75 SUITS LW Values Up to $35.00 If 7th & E Sts. Nielli S Klein's Korner LOANS ? HORNING I Oismoads, Watches, Jewelry South End of Highway Bridge BualAta Trtnaictfd BxclulveJ; Tien. Take cars ai 12th atreet and Penna7l?anl'4 JTcane far aenth -nd af Hlf'jw W Bridge. Fara fie rnch way* r Tbf Only Internal Remedy R#r and *1.M the Bex 8oM by ALL DHLTKUfiTS )r sent by mail on ocelot af price ?Mlocura Co., Wash., D. C. FOR RESULTS TRY HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS TYSSOWSKI 1419 G St. N.W. OI'I'OMTK KEITH'*. Woven Madras Shirts, spe cially priced? $2.00, $2.40, $2.8u and vOiLw All Straw and Panama Hats V* Oft. JL"m B""hS""$12.00 Whisky - Beer - Wine Complete formulas and instructions for making at home rye whisky, roal beers, and choice wines, Including making and operating home still. Prepared by .meu formerly in brewing and dia tilling business. Keal goods; no substitutes; postofflee rules formula* may be lawfully sent throught malls. Sent on receipt of 50e?check, money order, cash, or stamps. Act quick. Bill In Congress to prohibit sale of liquor recipes. BALTIMORE FORMULA COMPANY, 1513 Mt. Royal. BALTIMORE. MD. DONT SELL TOUR Liberty Bonds WHEN YOU NEED MONEY We Make Loans on Them ? X r?ier Government Supervision. Bank of the Society for Savings and Loans 522 Thirteenth Street N. W. rksnr Mala 281S MACCABEES OUTING WILL BE TOMORROW The Maccabees of Washington will hold their annual excursion tomor row at Chesapeake Beach. Several thousand persons are expected on the 'outing. An athletic ^program will be presented, and there will be other special features. Dancing: will be an attraction of the afternoon and evening. Frank Hannan is chairman of the excursion committee. Mrs. W. W. Adamson, Jr.. secretary; J. M. Fos ter. treasurer, and Louis F. Lttz, publicity agent. STRIKES SPREAD OVER WIDE AREA! Reports Indicate Number of Men Out Will Reach 250,000. Approximately 2i0,000 men are on strike throughout the country, it was estimated here yesterday. Based on incomplete returns to the Labor Department, figures of the American Federation of Labor and; newspaper reports, this estimate is! considered fairly accurate in the ab-1 uence of more authenticated figures. More than 100,000 men are affected directly and ?ndirectly through strikes, lockouts and controversies reported to! the Labor Department for mediation, j Officials pointed out that the total j number of strikers throughout the i country must be far above this figure because the Labor Department is ask ed to mediate only in a small per centage of cases. I^abor Department figures include no | reference to the strike of Brooklyn I carmen and the files contain only one I or two strikes in New York, although j New York officials estimate that 110 separate strikes now are going on j there. Thousands of machinists are on strike in and around Chicago In ad-1 dition to 20.000 who are said to have quit work in railroad shops. New England cities, especially Hart- j ford. Conn., are experiencing a strike | epidemic precipitated by machinists. I Leaders claim 36.000 men are striking! at the Chicago stockyards, although j employers place the total at 10,000. Fishermen formed a union at Boston, j presented demands and struck. Among] other cities afTocted are Clevel-nd, Hammond, Ind.. Olean. N. Y. and j Grand Rapids. Mich. Demands for a 4-1-hour week caused I many of the strikes. Other causes axe j higher wages and recognition of the union Bandits Collect $1,800 From Construction Gang Trenton. X. J . Aug 10.?Two bandits on motorcycles rode up to the sleeping shed of a construction gang last night and after lining up the fifty occupants, ordered them, one by on*, to deposit their money) in a pile before them. They secured $1,800. WEATHER CONDITIONS. FORECAST FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW. District <?f Columbia. Maryand ajid Virginia Fair tnday; tomorrow fair and slightly warmer. ijvntle variable wind* LOCAL T&Ul'EnaTURE Midnight. 62: 2 a m., 38; 4 a. m., 58 6 a. tn 56; 8 a. ro , 6!; 10 a. m. 70; 12 noon. 78; 2 p. m . j 80. 4 p. m . C: G p.m.. 8!; 8 p. in . 77; 11 p m . 74. Highest. 82; lowest, 56. Relative humidit>?8 a. m , 83, 2 p m . 5*. & p. m.. 36. Rainfall <8 p. m to 8 p m.\ 0 hour* of junshine, 13 9 per cent of poviibl* sunshine, 100 n&TARTURBg Accomu'ated excer-j of ttmperauire fines Jan uary 1. I'JlS. 45": deficient of temperature since A trust 1. 1919. 13. accumulated excess of precipe ! tatiou since January 1. 19;9. 12T; dettcieucy ??f l-rrcipitauou since August 1. 1919. Oft Temperature >aine datr last year-Highee* 8P km eat. 74 OTHER TLMl'EKA rVRKS IiOWf?t Highest previous Rain i today. ui?ht. 8 n.no. fall I Ashen lie. N C 76 C4 72 0.12 Atlantic Oity, N. J .. . 76 GO 70 . .1 Boston. M >-K? 71 s?> ???? Chicago. 1U T4 64 74 4'lereland, Ohio '"8 & T'etirer, Coio R2 ? | lvl Paao. Tex % tifi 91 0.O2! New Orleans, I*a 9J 78 S6 . .. I New York. N Y 76 til 74 *" ! Philadelphia. l*a 80 62 76 . .. I Ht. Louis, Mo M 62 K ? | FAT? If yon art ?rerstert why remain eof ^Yhy be envious of those who are slender I Here is important news for you. The korein rvstem is sccomplishing msr ?els in healthful, speedy, pleasant reduc t.on of men and women who have been for years burdened with fatness. Us? oil of korein and follow the reduction aystem. No starring, no tedioua exercises, no calo mel or salts?a renuinelv correct and delightful system. Endorsed by physicians. Reduction 10 to 60 lbs. or more?what ever yon require to pet symmetrical figure positively guaranteed on fair test, ucdei $100 forfeiture or no cost to you. Thers's InfliHte ley In keeping a diary that show* your measurements fraSually beeemlnt smaller while you are Improving in vivacity, health and ? Hractlveness. Bring happiness into your Ufa anJ prolong It by many years. Gain approbation o cthan! Becema slender and easily stay sal Ton may obtain oil of korein at drug gists' everywhere. Positively harmless. Brochnre with convincing testimonials anailed, in plain envelope, free, if yon write Xorein Co? NX.69, Station T, New York. Washington Representatives of the New Edison Diamond Disc THE GIBSON CO., INC. 917 G Street N. W. Coal! Coal! Good Coal at Fair Prices "OUR MOTTO" R. J. and M. C. GRACE Dealer* la Antkrseite aad Bituminous Coal. 4th and F Sts. N. E. Lin. gj Dr. Covell Pleads With Laity to Overcome Its Aristocracy. Condemning from tbe pulpit tne Christian Church as an aristocrat that has failed in its whole duty to ward humanity, Dr. David Kansom CovelL pastor of Trinity Church last nisht pleaded with the laity to demo cratize religion. "you have surrendered your reltt liberty Into the hands of a few men." he said. "All the talkinr. all the reading, all the Praying In the church is done by one man whom you rail a minister, -but whose power would cause an outsider to regara nini as some monarch of religion. '^ou have txirned over to the clergy the definition and activities of religion and when you cry out for partlclpa- i tlon you are surprised that some of the more narrow-minded of them re fuse to have their powers discon tinued." Trinity Church, the pastor said, is trying to take its plsce in the lives of the people of the city through the Trinity Forum, now open each night in the church hall, and he asked for further democratization. Following Dr. C ovell's address, Fairfax Naulty, secretary of Trinity Forum, announced the speakers at the forum for this week, the ques tion to be discussed being the high cost of living and means of solving the problem. The program is: Monday evening. Representative Thetus W. Sims; Tuesday evening. Assistant Secretary of Labor Post. "The Basic Principles of the High Cost of Living." and William C. Colver. chairman of the Federal Trade Commission; Wednes day evening. Assistant Postmaster General Koons. "The Parcel Post." and Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Blakeslee, The Motor Trucks;" Thursday evening, Anthony Caminetti. Commissioner General of Immigration, "Immigration." Walter G. Parker's Funeral This Afternoon Funeral services for Walter G. Par ker. son of Frank and Adelaide Par ker, 22S E street southwest, who died at his home August 7, will be held from the home this afternoon at 1 o'clock. The funeral will be from the Zion Baptist Church, on F street be tween Third and Fourth streets southwest. Relatives and friends are invited. What Happened in Our Busy City. Comment is rife as to whether! the District subcommittee investi gating the high cost of living in, Washington will inquire into the :( high cost of shoe shines. Senator Dial, a member of the' subcommittee, paid two-bits for one yesterday, preparatory to a visit to i the President, and the bootblackJ. gave the legislator a pointer on profiteerinc in shoe shines. "Isn't that a good deal to ask I for a shine?" asked the Senator. "Deed 'tis, boss.** answered the' bootblack. "Ah tole 'em was too much, but they say two-bits ^hst I got to charge." C olonial Brurh to Greet Tmki. "Welcome Home'.' to returning sol-! diers will be celebrated Wednesday ; at Colonial Beach, with many Wash- : ingtonians taking part. The Quin tico Marine Band will furnish the j music. Athletic events will be staged, entries for which will be 1 obtainable at the pavilion Wednes-j day at 10 a. m. Prizes will be awarded. Refreshments will be I served free to men in uniform. Ex- j penses will be borne by the Colonial. Beach townspeople. Cirott# Galng on Oatiag. Kallipolis Grotto members will ! "o*n" Chesapeake Beach Wednes day. Preparations for a gala day are being made. The famed two- j horned goat of the Masonic order I probably will take the trip and it is likely he will be accompanied by j his two Oriental guards. M. W. Pickering is 1n charge of the ex-1 cursion. Monarch Charley Shackel ford's Glee Club, featured by Kirk C. Miller at the traps and drums, j will add lots of ginger to a "peppy" ! program. Urillery College Moves. The Drillery Business College an- i nounce.s it has moved to the Pope; Building. 817 Fourteenth street; northwest. THE TOWN CRIER. l>klnfton Presbyterian Church's vocational Bible school now has an I enrollment of L'OQ pupils, i Kxnmlnntloni for ponltionn in the classified civil service are announc-' , ed by the Civil Service Commission. The ^orlal (lab for tbe Hebrew Home for the Aged will hold a! watermelon party at its clubrooms, I 415 M street. Thursday, at 8 p. m.1 HepreientatlTe* Cannon and Yatea will be the speakers at the outing or the Illinois State Girls' Club at Great Falls Saturday. Conjrrr** Heights Pabllc Im provement Association meets to-' night at 8 o'clock. AMUSEMENTS. <f' > m "The PliThnna * r*I ? a - 1 X A LOEW's"! I j Columbia i - y Street ?l Twelfth ? NOW PLAYING i CHAS. my! 1 HiH Henrv"! GLEN ECHO Free Ad.U.lo, tanmrll Park COSBY ISLAND ATTRACTIONS "ex Uaaee revllUn Ssutk BASEBALL Washington vs. Chicago I?cwntowB ticket oflicc. (13 14th Opaa tru* m to 1 p a. AMUSEMENTS. * ri ALTO THEATER 9th at C ALL WEEK A PERFECT ATTRACTION Tfcr V?Hlrt of Yesterday** Tmaea4*? Tir??n? MRS. CHARLIE CHAPLIN ?In a Lola Weber Production, which selected thia theater for its premiere presentation. FORBIDDEN >? Supported by PRISCILL A DEAN Current Eventa?Distinctive Comedy?Topics of the Day. Violin Solo, Mr. Daniel Breeakin. "When You Look Into a Heart of a Rom." mm CRARIALL'S F ST. AT TENTH B| Metropolitan UTODAY?TCE8.?WED. V3 The Greatest Comedy Bill Ever Offered MABEL NORM AND In Her Sapreme LaackiRf Hit "UPSTAIRS" *emon in **The Hiaiplf Llff.**?Jsn *?*?re. I.i C NINTH STREET AT E RANDALL'S THEATE TODAY?TUESDAY A BRILLIANT INGENUE AT HER BEST CORINNE GRIFFITH SUPPORTED BY A STAR CAST IN "A GIRL AT BAY" R mm colours EitfMon m c?m>i im aa Knickerbocker LAST DAY . MABEL NORMAWD "UPSTAIRS" F St. st 7th k.4116^ SHUBERT-6ARRICK ?rV., TONIGHT. RiM. Mats.. Tkum. snd Sat. DOES SHE? "I'LL SAY SHE DOES Shr Went ts s Vnn'? Apar? seat .Taat ts Play. Hut? Juat Thm Ikr Other Man Came i*. ^ ow! It's ? Scream! K-wrrr llopuood W rote It? '>nf( Said. NEXT WEEK everywoman With JULIA DEAN Tba Nation'* Ms; Ik* LOEWS j? _ A l A C fc Caatlaaaaa a.m. to II p.m. Tods y?Tomorrow?\\ ed. COUaOPOLfTaa wooycnowt _ *7*' darfl N ATIONAL??S???ij OLIVER MOROCCO'S GREATEST LAUGHING BUOCHSS Civilian Clothes Witl? a Tjpics Moroaco Caat I>1T> IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU That if the Old Savin* "Ctaliea Make the >1aa" ?* Uvje there'* a flock of tailors ?*iou?d be Mistenced for srerkirg t?o yvxirg life*? The man or woman who docs not respond to this inspiring picture is dead to Christian impulse. Shubert-Belasco Mat. Wednesday. C J??; 2k- and The Moat Beautiful I*?ctura in the World "The Birth Ilr ROBERT W. niiMiirn* MARION CAW(ES ADIII I) ATTN K* TH?> Hnthina: It?-;iuti*-? First YVa.-hinct ? ii of loathing Boauty r*..> Tidal loathing arli of a Race 9 9 A pageant without a coreruif 2.000 yean enacted b> thousands of peoil*. 6.02I I'roplr Were Thrilled?Amaaed?Entertniaed Yesterday DE LUXE EDITION 'MICKEY' -?The photoplay soader of the yesr. There were man? who hsd seen It before. The rest were happy thst they had attended. 4 SHOWS DAILY 3, 4:45, 8 and 9:30 P. M. PRICES: 25c and 50c PALI'S ORrHU'TRA Follow tbt Crowds to POLI'S ALL THIS WEEK B.F. KEITH Si'Jp DAILY^SUN. j ' HOL'YS. The Rrandwiiv i omedy M?r Jack Norworth In Sm Souiik l ull of Marmein Sisters & David Schooltr In a MiipK and Dane* Oorothv Sbomnak- r. J?ii |?r*l. . A * ? M'?mi A Ounpbrll. Helen TV- A *?? Fal|<m A Brnwn. Kerr A \\ats? Ai<di a Co.. Mr SWIM? Tidal Basin Bathing Beach Fvpert swimminc ivrrti*'*. Snita for men rented -'.V. women ^ XV. Honr*. from o I* I to 11:4S a. m. and 1 to 7:4S P m. ceehaanrrn ; W. VIRGINIA THEATER, *b and 1' *t*. r? Cont- 10 a.BJ to 11 p n. Woos only 2.3 to T p m. GAYETY 9th helow F St. MA\ FIELDS Preaenta ABE REYNOLDS' REVUE With ABE (HIMSELF)' Krxt Week?"Thr Soelal Maids" FOR RESULTS TRY HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS DANCING. MOHERN D-A-N-C-I-N-G TUc Prof. Caia. Ammca'i forrfnn* I>*t ? ?>? lis ts, and Mr* H. L. Holt cat. taarli ><ni if pos can be tsught. Teaching all the Jat^t dan? ??* One-atep. toi-trot. waits. Etdtun * at ' * R1GHTW AY SCHOOL OF D A SClNIi 1218 MEW lOHK AY. (Senr irtth at.I Only tip to date Dancing Acsdctr^ a?o*h ut New York. Itivate learni* any hour. "i or v* You need not haw apfoinunetii Phone FY. TSM. lu3M ti-m am