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17th Street South of Pa. Ape. * Fall Features at D. J. Kaufman s Man s Stores Open Every Week Day?8 AM. to 6 P.M. 1005-1007 Penna. Ave. Prices Based on Volume In starting our Fall Hat Season we again want to draw your attention to the fac* that oar prices are based on volume of buying and volume of selling. Volume of buying enables us to lower the prices at the "start." Volume of selling enables us to lower the price at the "finish." D. J. KAUFMAN, Inc." D. J. Kaufman Starts the Fall Hat Season of Washington! Bv Saturdav night you will be under a Fall "Hat "3"to 1" it'll be a D. J. Kauf man "affair." HUNDREDS OF YOUNG FELLERS' CLUB Fall Hats $q.90 Stylish Felts?Soft and SHff?Silk Finish VOLUME ALONE MAKES THE PRICE v; r HUNDREDS OF YOUNG FELLERS' CLUB Fall Hats $?.90 Styfish Hats?Soft or Stiff?Super Felt VOLUME AI.ONE MAKES THE PRICE V J HUNDREDS OF YOUNG FELLERS' CLUB Stetson Hats $Q-00 ap Nothing finer made?soft or stKF The finest selection of "John B.'s" to be found in Washington. zFriday and Saturday Last Chance!!U Rewarding the Early Buyer % Discount on Every A C^Fall Suit in Both Stores This Opportunity Ends Saturday Evening at 6 P.M. Make the Saving! $35 Young Fellers' Club Fall Suits, $31.50 $40 Young Fellers' Club Fall Suits, $36.00 $45 Y oung F ellers' Club Fall Suits, $40.50 $50 Young Fellers' Club Fall Suits, $45.00 $55 Young Fellers' Club Fall Suits, $49.50 $65 Young Fellers' Club Fall Suits, $58.50 Save $3.50 to f 6.50. 616 17th Street Money's Worth or Money Back D. J. Kaufman INCORPORATED 1005-1007 Penna. Ave. .WnODc Pair; Ladies'. 25c Pair; Neolin Whole Soles, 65c Pair : Leather. $1.00 and $1.S Poand. All ?bi? repairing tools for home work. Shoe brushes shoe laces, brown or black leather retail at semi-wholess It Capital Shoe Findings Co. r at. nw.. Phone Main 9168 Wash.. D. C. ?tT* LOANS ; # KORNINS t asotds, Witdtes, Jewelry -oath tad of Highway Bridge JMla'M Transacted BxcloalTeij n?n. Take ears a* 12th atre*t and PeaaaylTaaii iweaae far aaath *a4 af HIic'jw w Brtd*e ray. Whisky?Beer?Wine i Oiiii'lete formulas and instructions for making st home rye whisky (any proof derired). real ue*rs, and choice wines, including making and operating home still. I^epsxed by men formerly in brewing and distilling business. Real goods; no substitute#; poet office rules formulas may be lawfully sent through mails. Sent on receipt of $1.00? check, money order, casji or stamps. Act (,nick. Bill in Congress to prohibit sale of 1'iiior reoipes. BALTIMORE FORMULA COMPANY. 1512 Mt. Royal. BALTIMORE. MD. "It's sot the proftt w? msks. bat the ***** we giis. makss our success." THE ANDERSON PRINTERY I Equity Savings Rank Bids.) 1407 N. Y. Ave., lit Floor, Re&r Phaae Mala MM. Hours: 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. Dr S. B. Johnston Expert Dentist 9th and G St?. N.W. (2d floor) Vtlatl Rids. Phone Mala 1711 | FOR RESULTS TRY HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS This Price for a Clauy Suit or Overcoat For Men or Young Men Should Interest You. ^ $22.50 Overcoats National Clothing Co. 523 7th SL N. W. COAL OF QUALITY Best Grades of Anthracite and Bituminous?Lowest Prices. GEO. \N. RUE 23 Fla. Awe. I'hone If. 172D RESORTS. ATLANTIC. ( ITT. TOYMO^ IvTOy&reri ^^HATLAXTTjC DANCING. MODERN O-A-N-C-I-N-G TAUGHT Proi. Cain. America's foremost Dancing Mas ter, and Mrs. H. L. Holt csn tesch you at the R1GI1TWAY SCHOOL OF DANCING 1218 NEW YORK AVE. Only up-to-date Dancing Academy south o! New York. Private lessons any hour. 75 cents Xm aot have appointment. Pboos Pr. 7BK GIRL FARMERS TO HAVE SALE ( Will Dispose of Products at t Blair Road Training Field. Products of a strenuous summer's farming* will be sold at the farm erette's training: field on Blair road, scheduled to close the end of Sep tember Sweet corn on the field is offered J at 20 cents a dozen; shell beans on i the vine. 25 cents a peck, and pirk- I ed ready to shell, 40 cents a peck.! Cantaloupes and lima beans will soon be ready to gather Farmerettes of the District of Co lumbia Division of the Woman's! Land Army of America are invited to the training ftcld the afternoon of September 13. when a harvest scene wtll ' be staged and photo graphs and moving pictures taken , to complete the history of the sea- j son's work. This will be the last gathering of the season. Those having wearing apparel at the garden house mast get it before October 1. as the camp j wtll close then. A few recruits are i needed for apple par king at Ednor j during October. CREAN1NG TROLLEY IMPERILS POLICEMAN A remarkable escape from death or I Injury was experienced by Crossing Policeman A. H. I-each, of the First Precinct, when a W. R. & E. trolley swerved around the corner at Four teenth and F streets, yesterday aft ernoon, at so great a speed, accord ing to spectators, that the rear trucks cleared the tracks and crashed into the policeman's platform. Lea<??umped from the platform and escaped injury, but the passenpers of the car were badly shaken up. Traffic was delayed for twenty min utes while the car was placed on the tracks. MT. RAINIER CARNIVAL POSTPONES CLOSING * The annual carnival at Mount | Rainier. Md.. has beeen extended and will continue all next week. On Monday night the feature will be a prize masquerade, Wednesday night R prixe waltx, and Friday night a prize fox trot. The net carnival receipts will be used to erect a me morial town hall to the soldiers of Prince Georges County who served in the world war. New Legion Port Planned. A new post of the .American Legion will be organized next Tuesday even ing at 8 o'clock in Carroll Institule. 918 Tenth street northwest. Election of officers will be held. Members of the old First District of Columbia . Infantry who were In service during ] the war and male employes of the United Slates Shipping Board who were in the service are Invited to at tend. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. Detective Gilafoyle had Jack Witt before Police Judge McaMhon yester day charged with lssutng a bad check on a bank at Indian Head. Md. The [ amount was C7.J0. and William Ens- j wiler has been held for the grand Jury | for alleged connection with the same transaction. Witt was held for the j grand Jury in >1.000 bond. In the police court Bert Nelson wis fined HO by Judge MbMabon for as saulting Ralph Rllev with an iron bar. Saint Elizabeth's Hospital. Anacos tia, is sftv two of its inmates, William L. Thomas and Silar S. Parker, wr o , have been missing since Wednesday afternoon. Police are searching for j them. Representative Frank E. Doremus' Hudson super-six was stolen in front j of the House Office Building yester day afternoon, according to a report | made to the police by the owner of the automobile. Oliver Garrison, 1329 H street north- 1 east, was injured yesterday, when his , automobile collided with a W ashing- . ton Baltimore and Annapolis train. I at Benning. D. C. His condition is said to be not serious. The automo- | bile was badly damaged. Anna Goddall. aged 49. 1002 K street | northwest, was injured on the head yesterday, when she fell down a flight of stairs at 805 Pennsylvania avenue j northwest She was treated at Emerg ency Hospital. births reported. WHITE. Robert H and Alice C. Rabwc, Frank B. md Ullie G. Waple. girl j Ert1 M. and Winifred Pickens. girL 1 John and Marr Murphy. boy. Victor and Anna C. Lees, girl Frank A. and Nellie H. L*nt? boy F.rnrst N. and Alice Jonm, girl Frank E *nd Jennie Henabray. twina. girl I and b">y. . _ I Walter F. and Ida Crouch. ooy I Milton J. Mid Miry Cleroont. girl. OOT.ORED. I Charl<* and Florence Willis, girl. llufu? .1. and Suite Moore, bor Richard H. T . and lucy I? Johnson, girl marriage licenses. WHITE James Adolph Wilker. SS. and Margaret V. Vanderelice. 21. both of WarfiiiigWn The Bet. | RJ ' A^MaSiitjTT. 27. Wheeting. W Vi, and Laura Sdtrader. 26, Martins Ferry. Ohio The Ret T. B. Dartss Myer 8. Ohll. 15. WMbington, and Birdre Aamis. 26. New York citj. The Rer Benjamin Gmunaa _ Adam E. Maier, 22. and Mary Kathleen Her I bert. 21. both of Washington. The Rer. Father , J. A. Cowan. Julius L lxjhorfer. 24, Washingl/st. and KJiza beth J. Jones, 3, Warsaw. Va- The Rer. Nich olas Samuel. Ralph C Truach, 21, John*own. Pa., and , ; Thehna E Arnold. 18, Washington. The Rer i I J. E Brigga. ; John J- Hanloo. 43. Port Richmond, N. Y.. I gnd Helen A. Moelkr, 25. WaAington. The 1 Rer. Lealer C. Bower*. I William Roy Hefner. 22, and Nina Zella TTorv 1 okrr 19 Caldwell, W. Va. The Rer. H. Jeffries. I COLORED. I Fred Henry, 35. and Maria Calrin, 30, Wash- I ingtoc T^e Rer. W RnWnaon. Edward Baltimore. 22. and Nellie May Aikena, 19. Washington. The Rer. W. D. Jarris. John Olcghter, 25. and. Estella V. Scott, 26, Washington. The Rer. J. L Loving. DEATHS REPORTED <? WHITE Daniel Neilaon, T3 years, U. 8. Soldiers' Home I i Hospital. Helen Bhimenkrana. 62, 916 Va. are. sw. I George McQuinn. 78. H and "Hiird at*, ne. | Anna A. Kerr. 56. 8ZT 4th at nw. j Ella F. Hamlin. 67. 30 Girard at- ne. Edith R. Murray, 31. 6*4 Morton at- ne. ! Infant of John and Mary Murphy. 1 day, 12X \ K at ae. Infant of Frank and Nellie Lent, 2 hours. I Georgetown University Hospital. Infant of James B. and Mabelle B. Young, 5 I I minutea, 1383 Pa. are. se COLORED. I James G. Tibbs, 34 years, 1213 Linden st. ne. i Philirs Smith, 58. 19th and C at*, se. Hester Elliot. 30. 19ih and C ats. as. I Alexander Moxlej, 50, 14th and L'pshur ata. nw. I AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. TODAY'S BEST ATTRACTIONS nr wisHnomn foremost theaters mm cumin fst.it teiti .. Metropolitan last TWO dat? EUGENE O'BRIEN la tke Greatest Plftire Sclnlek Brer Mate, THE PERFECT LOVER' Larry semo* i> "bctheeii the acts." grotto OT7TIHG?1TEWS?STMPHOITT. MJT CIUUU1 EfctMtl Irt MiakU IM aa Knickerbocker last day CATHERINE CALVERT in "THE CAREER OF CATHERINE BUSH" COMEDY?symphony?CCRRKWT events piiiiiiHiniiiiiiiuiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiii^ 1 li LOEWS || 1 IPALACEscolumbiu ?THEATERS? ONLY 2 days REMAIN Or THE SENSATIONAL PRESENTA TION OP AMERICA'S EC ME EN CYCLONE douglas fairbanks IN THE GREATEST TRIT7MPH OF HIS CAREER 'HIS MAJESTY, THE AMERICAN' THE STUPENDOUS CAST INCLUDES HARJOR1E daw, rUIK CAMPRAl. <AH HOTRERlf NOT JUBT A PICTURE?A SENSATION lilllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlllliOUIIIIIIUIIIIIDIillUUIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIItll < omm to W ajtfclajrton, brlngiBg Youth, Love, Sprtngrttme. Joy, I.aoKhtrr nnd Mflody. Opening: the Regtlar Season at POLI'S Shabort Attractions M*U. Thurs. k. 81. The Smart Mimical Comedy. Prices: EvenlnRi. SOe to $2.00. Mat*.. SOe to NEW POLICY AT COSMOS Opening of New Season Next Mon day Will See New and Bet ter Shows. l^arger bills and a new and better quality of vaudeville are announced to be distinctive features of the new policy of the Cosmos Theater, which will inaugurate its new season next Monday. Willie Solar, who ?a fea tured in Lew Field's musical com* edy, "A Lonely Romeo," will make his first appearance in popular vaudeville as the headliner of next week's bill. The Four Jansleys, with their acrobatic act from the New York Hippodrome, will be the se.nnd big ftature; Howard and Ross, in their musical novelty, "Banjo Land," will be the third, and Elsie Gilbert, with her famous "Girls and Collies." will be the fourth extraordinary attraction. Five beautiful sirls. graceful danc ers. ard f.\- handsome collies com bine t" make an attractive yet hila rious interlude of merriment. Exra Matthews atid company, well known players of fie legitimate stage in "Quick Sales," a new comedy play let; Corcoran and Mack, widely known as eccentric dancing come dians, and Ed Harrison, with Alio Burr, in new stage chatter, repartee and tongs, will complete the initial bill The added matinee attraction will be Charles Ray's latest film comedy, "Bill Henry"; "The Village Venus." an L K. O. comedy, and the Pathe News will complete the pro gram. WEATHER CONDITIONS. FORSJCAST FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW. District of CcaumbU and Mur'-and; Fair t? day and Saturday with moder*t? tempera tore, moderate north triy winds. Virginia: Fair today. somewhat coder "> soutB portion. Saturday fair with moderate itcm pasture; moderate northwest to north winds. LOCAL TEMPERA TUTtE Midnight, 7?; 2 a m.. 72; 4 a m.. 73; ? a. m.. TO; S v m.. 70; 10 a m.. 76; 12 noon. 80; - r m-. ?4; 4 p. m., ?; 6 P- m.. 78; 8 p. m.. 72; 10 P ta. 70. Highest. 98: lowest, 60. Relative humidity^?8 a. m., 90: 2 p. m-? ? p m. 72; rainfall (8 p m. to 8 p. m.). trace; hours of sunshine, 7.7; per cent of posaiHe son shine, 61. D"CPARTrRBP Accumulated excess of temperature since Jar uary 1. 1919. ?; "cess <* temperature since *"P .ember 1 1919 ?; accumulated excess of pre cipitation since January 1, 1919. 0 44; dejdency ot i**cipitation since September 1, 19U.0X1 Temperature same date last year?Highant, Towest, S. OTHER TEMTERATCRBS Lowest Highest, previous Bain eight. 8 D.m. fslL Asheville, N. C Atlantic City. N. J.. Iloston, Mas n o.o3 s ffi 74 0.70 ?*??.? Chiowo. Ml H 2 2 026 Ciereland, Ohio ^ 2 2 Denrer, OoJ 8J ? Detroit. Mich. 78 64 ? 0 c Galreston. Tel ? 90 80 9! Indianapolis. Ind 83 ? Ln, Anaelea Oal 88 80 ? New Orleans. I*. !? S is New York. N. Y ? ? * Omaha. Neb *- J? . M Philadelphia. Pa 2 2 ? S" pttubunh Pa ? ? ? J* Portland, Me w 80 M J> Portland, Ore*. 70 58 ? St. Lotus. Mo 88 . TO 80 0 88 TIDE TABLEft (Compiled by United States Ooast and Geo detic Burnj.' Today?Low tide. 4 31 a.m and 431 pm I W1 tide. 10rl8 a.m and 16:40 p.m. THE SDN AND MOON. Todav?Sun rises, 6:46 a.m.; sets. 7 33 pm. Mooo rise* 8?J p.m.; set*. 828 s.m^ Automobile lamp* to be lighted one-half hour after sunjeU Moonlight TRIPS Od the Beautiful Potomac. Steamer Charles Macalester LEAVES 7th | ^ n Street Wharf 3l I I ? nrl? TONIGHT For the Ever-Popular 40-MILE MOONLIGHT RIVER TRIP. opccw Sunday. Sept 14th Leave* 7th St. Wharf at 2:30 P. M. Returning at 7 P. M. Pasties U. S. Arxrnal. ilnan dria. Fort Foote. Fori \\ nithlnif ton. Fort Hunt. Mount Vernon. Camp llamphreT* nod Indian Head. EXCELLENT DINING-ROOM SERVICE?MUSIC. 50c-Round Trip --50c FOR MOUNT VERNON At 10:00 A. M. and 2:'30 P. M. Daily Only SHBBERT-BELASCO ^ - Direction Mean Sbnbert ; 33 "Double Harness" An tip-todate Corned; By Maunce Marks and Edward Paultor. MONDAY NIGHT GALL0 op'krTco. AMERICAN REPRE^EXTATITE COMIC OPERA oiu;amzatio.\ WITH JtFFERSON DE ANGELIS aod HANA SHIMOZUMI Chorus of 50 and Concert Orche?tra mikado Wed., Thuin. Mjchta CHIMES OF NORMANDY SAE^T H. M. S. PINAFORE MAT. TTES. KOJTE WEDNESDAY SEATS KOW National 2*'?, Joftn Cbrt OHtn Another F<*K of Fun uid Prlmlitj in the Muftical Oomedy SenMUon LISTEN LESTER With Ada Mae Weefc? and New Tort Caat of ?. Starting Sunday?Seatm Selling ENORMOUS ATTRACTION A MTSICAL <.A1.llll' m THKKE HEATS ENTITLED !*H0heODDs3 By Ed?ar Allan WoU. Music by Albert Von TYlier. Lyrics by Nrrille Flusor. NTAR CAST >>TAKIJ>HED FAVORITES. INOLURJNG WILLIAM E. MEBHA1V MABLK WITHER (.KOKGE MACK AY and the AM MOOT BEAUTIFUL -RAPING OA WW PAJiS IN THE WORLD AMUSEMEKTS !?? MOORE'S RialtO lu a. M.-ii r. m. m ?t. a< a| urr i days ij: borne* Laid and Pictm Modi tn Wa*ktngUm CONSTANCE I TALMAD6E I IV IA Temperamental Wife 1 fhtrt Fratam. OwMN G MOORE'S^!| ardeN| a. *.-11 r. m. Mb. nn d ? ?* ??? LAST 1 DA1H Otnrgt Loam Tucker'* Paramimnl-Z: Antraf\ Product inn I THE MIRACLE i MAN S SUFBRPBODUCTIOS Sf SUPREME jg S MOORE'S TRANOi ^ii a. ii p. m. iHh *t. mt o-i-i LAfT 2 DAYS ENID I ( BENNETT | 1 STEPPING OUT A Paramount Picture i;4ptIKI) KKATI RKV OVKRTTRE.? NEXT WEEK * MOORE'S f I A L T W umr atitiu ?nu? cnani "EVANGELINE" LONGFELLOW'S DRAMA-POEM .Su/xrprorftM-fiVm Kxtraordina ry I 117,350 WASHIrtGTONIANS To D?lf H?w S?n MARY PICKFORD'S ? ?rtatcnt. Swwrtart Kim Natioral Attmrtiee g DADDY LONG LK? LAST 2 DAYS SEE IT TOD AY I oh reRHAP* NEVER PO LI'S 5 SHOW* DAILTi 1. 2. .V 7:3Q >?< ItM. BASEBALL l??X Washington vs. Detroit Downtown ticket office. ?13 14th Pi. Open from 6:10 a. m. to 1 p. m. CAYETY ,V,L% JOK III RTI?.*S All Bowery Burlesquers w itk II11,1. Y PO*TFR nm4 FR A>K H A R< 'OIRT.