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17th Street
South ?/ Pa.
Ave.
Hat8, Clothing' and Furnishings News at
D.J. Kaufman's Mans Stores
1005-1007
Penna. Ave.
Fall Hats of Style & Quality
at Prices Based on
Volume of Sales
Yotmg Fellers
Fall Hats
Yoang Fellers
Super Felts
$3.90 I $4.90
Worth a Dollar More Worth of Bat
Y crang Fellers
Velours
Young Fellers
Stetson Hats
$6 & $7.50 $6.00 uP
Superb Styles John B.'s Best
We Give the Values and Get the Baminem
Quality and Style
Run Rampant
in Our Large and Wonderful Line of
Young Fellers
Club Clothes
$35 to $65
We are now featuring as never before Young
Feller's Clothing ? waistlines, belts, DOUBLE
BREASTED. Every headliner of Clothes Fashion
ran be seen at our 2 Man's Stores.
As to conservative styles ?veil we always enjoy
ed the name of having the finest assortment and best
tailored in the town.
As to price*?they are based on cash transactions
and YOU'ME, which combination means just one
thing. We undersell the rank and file of clothiers.
I?\
ll\
Our Furnishing Department
"Is Bowling Over Records'' With Its "Volume of Sales" and "Low Prices''
New Fall Shirts
at $1.79
x4 Hundred Dozen Soft
Cuff Style, 3 for f.~>
Medium Weight Underwear
Fall ' MadewelV
$1.95
Ribbed Union Suits'
Cream AU Sizes?Worth SUO
New Fall Neckwear
at 95c
By the Hundreds, Ordi
narily Sell for ?
*7.7.7
Silk Socks Are Scarce
But Here Is a Sale
Black Purr Silk QE
Men's Hose ODC
100 Dozen :i for
616 17th
Street
N. W.
We Give the Values and Get the Business
"Money's Worth or Money Back"
D. J. Kaufman
INCORPORATED
J00.5-1007
Penna.
Avenue
ji
MASON
FRUIT JARS
Quarts, 89c
Piatt, 79c
SMALL'S
713 7& St N. W.
MAIN *981.
B$uMcau>
Men's, 30c Pair; Ladies'.
25c Pair; Neolin Whole
Soles, 86c Pair; Leather.
$1.00 and SIS Pound
All shoe repairing tools
for home work. Shoe
braiken shoe laces,
brown or black leather
eh?e polishes, retail at semi-wholesale
- Capital Shoe Findings Co.
st. nw.. Phone Main Waah.. D. C.
COAL
OF QUALITY
Best Grades of Anthracite and
Bituminous?Lowest Prices.
GEO. W. ROE
2* Fin. Awe.
Phone- Jf. 1720
Honrs: 0 A.
Dr S. B.
Expert
9th and G Sts.
Velatt Bids.
? M. to 8 P.M.
Johnston
Dentist
N.W. (2d floor)
Phone Main 171J
DANIELS BACK;
i ON JOB TODAY
. /
Secretary Takes Only Day's
Rest Before Resuming
Charge of Dept.
Secretary of the Navy Jo?ephus
Daniel*, who has been with the
Pacific fleet for about six weeks,
returned to Washington this even
1 insr from Seattle.
Mr. Daniels will resume charge
'at the Navy Department today and
1 meantime devoted yesterday to rest.
One of the special objects of Mr.
: Daniels in visiting: the West coast
1 was to observe personally where
j the navy establishment needed
' strengthening all the way up frttfn
j the Panama Canal to Puget Sound
i The most Important of his objects
' was to come to a conclusion as to
; where a new primary base for the
! fleet should be located.
"On these questions," he said, "I
' shall have to make a report first
, to Congress."
The opinion Is still as strong here
as it was before Daniels went out
West that the great naval base of
the Pacific fleet will be at San
Francisco. It is known that the
Naval Affairs Committee of the
House is anxious to get a report
from Secretary Daniels and it also
probably will call him before it for
the expiession of his opinions at
length.
The news that Secretary Daniels
had arrived was soon known here,
and he had many visitors notwith
standing his day of rent. His two
sons also came here to see him,
Lieut. Josephus Daniels. Jr., M. Cx
who is secretary and treasurer of
the Raleigh News and Observer,
and Jonathan Daniels, who came
here from Richmond.
12 NEW INFLUENZA
CASES REPORTED
Twelve cases of "Spanish influenta"
j were reported yesterday. Dr. William
IC. Fowler, District health officer,
stated last night. This brings the
total number of cases in the District
up to forty.
In the meantime the forces of the
health department are being held in
readiness for a possible widespread
epidemic during the next few months.
Although no serious development* are
expected, the District is certain to
have a numj>er of cases of influenza,
the health officer declared.
1? *
Name New Legion Post
For Col. Roosevelt
The name "Theodore Roosevelt,"
j was selected unanimously for the
new American L#egion Post, formed
yesterday at the Y. M. H. A . Elev
enth street and Pennsylvania ave
nue.
Julius Peyser, donated a banner
inscribed with the post's official d??
| signatinn. and the following officers
were elected:
Commander. B. Jablons: senior
vice commander. S. G. Zuckerman.
j junior vice commander. J. L?. Zass.
recording adjutant. J. Undow:
financial adjutant. J. Goldsmith, and
financial officer. S. Hirshman
Patriotic Carnival Start*.
! farnp No. 5, of the Patriotic Order
of Americans, will hold a patriotic
carnival all this week, starting to
] night, on the circus grounds. Fif
teenth and H streets northeast. The
Zeidman and Pollie Greater Shows
have be#?n engaged to furnish all at
tractions, and the affair will be man
aged by R. l-awrence Philips, the
popular amusement promoter.
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
FORECAST FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW
lhMrirt ot <V?himkaa and Maryland Nhowera
and ru?t quite no warm todaT; tntnorrow. cooler
and fair, moderate *?uth wind* becom
IT mm hww.
LOCAL TFUrERATUBE
(Midnight. 74; 2 a in . 72; \ a m. 71; 6 a in..
70 m a tn.. 78. 10 a. m.. 76; 12 noon. 82. 2
| p. m . 8T> 4 p. m 87. 6 p tn.. 82; 8 p. m.,
.SO. 10 p m., 74. Highmt 87; lowest, 70.
Ilelativn humidity 0 a m, 90 2 p m , 52,
* p. m.. 64.
Rainfall ?S p. m to 8 p m.1 0; hours of
sunshine. 7 5; per c?t of prffsibir MHMhlne, ?1
DEPARTT'RBP
A'cumulated exr?ss of temperature since Jan
nary 1 1*18. -46! . erc?* of temperature inner
Sni*?n?*?r 1. 1819. accumulated deficiency
of irecipitatjon since January 1. 1918 0.45. de
ticiern-y iV (rwipitaUon since September 1. 1919,
1.61.
Tempera! ure same date last rear Highest 00
lowest, 43
OTHER TEMPERATURBP
liWWlt
Highest previous Rain
today. night. 8 p.m. fail.
A*he*i41e. N C 70 62 72
Atlantic Otty, N. J 76 70 72
Boston, Ma.*.. SO 64 70
i"hicag". HI 74 R6 72 0 40
Cleveland. Ohio 78 70 74 0 40
Ifc-nw. Oolo 50 40 SO 0 81
iVtrwt. Mich 74 G6 70 V06
13 Paso. Tex 90 62 84
1 Indianapolis, Ind 74 W 70 1.36
Jacksonville, Fla 06 76 78
1 <qa A ngeles. Oal 70 60 70
Memphis. Tenn 84 74 82 0 Oh
New Orleans. La ? 76 02
! New York. N. Y 70 64 72
"mailt. Nefcr G6 56 64 H 11
I'hi.adelphia. Pa 86 61 76
Portland. Me 64 50 to
Portland. r?rog 78 58 78
St. IiOuia, Mo 74 72 70 1-M
~lt'? act lbs prolt w? bat tks wmrrvm
?? gJta, mi >w our SBooaa"
THE ANDERSON PR1NTERY
(Equity !?<!??> Baak
1407 N. Y. An, 1st Floor, Rett
Pkaa* Mala MM.
Whisky?Beer?Wine
Complete formulas and instmctiooa for making
at home ry?vwhisky, real beers, and choice wines,
j including making and operating borne still. Pre
I?aml by men formerly in brewing and distilling
? business. Real rood.* no substitute*; post office
rules formulas may be lawf'iHy sent through
! mails. .S?t on receipt of (1 00?check, money or
1 der. cash or stamps. Act quick. Bill in Coo
gress to prohibit sale of liquor recipes.
BALTIMORE FORMULA COMPAJTY.
Dept. 4, BALTIMORE, MD.
LOANS
K0RN1NE
Crsnronds, Matches, Jewelry
South Lad o*, Highway Bridie
Uuil&<as Traaaacted KxcltialTtly
TLetf.
Take ears a*. Uttk street and
Pennsylvania iveiue far aaatfe
ud of IIU^w 9 Uritffc. Vara ft?
tuck ?vay.
Director of Operations Di
vision Asks to Be Re
lieved December 1.
Considerable speculation is being
indulged in by those interested in
the Shipping: Board over who will
succeed Henry M. Robinson, one of
two commissioners in the Shipping
Board who resigned September 15.
It is officially announced that the
successor will not be named until
President Wilson return* from his
trip. No names have, been brought
to the front in this connection, but
it is generally known that Mr. Rob
i niton's successor will be a Pacific
Coast man and a Republican.
It is also admitted that the man
who succeeds Mr. Robinson will not
be a shipping man, but probably a
big business man.
Mr. Robinson was formerly the
representative of the Shipping
Board at Paris. He has only been
in Washington a short time, living
at 202S* Connecticut avenue.
Another who will resien from the
Shipping Board is J. H. Rosseter,
director of division of operations.
He has asked to leave December 1.
It is announced that a naval officer
probably will be named to take his
place.
Both Mr. Rosseter and Mr. Robin
son are California men.
Officers Think Daniels
WiU Urge Wage Raise
1 Officers and men of the army and
[navy confidently expect that Secre
tary of the Navy Daniels, who re
' turned yesterday from his F*acific
trip, will urgently recommend to Con
gress the necessity of increasing the
pay of f.ie officers and men of the
services, who are vainly trying to
make both ends* meet on pay rates
established eleven years apo. It is
believed that Mr. Daniels' action will
take the form of recommending the
passage of the Stfness bill, recently
introduced into the House, the pas
sage of which was strongly urged on
Saturday by Secretary of War Baker,
in a letter to the chairman of the
House Military Committee.
Two Robbed and Beaten
A Pretty Woman's Game
Police are searching for the as
sailants of George Nolan. 47? H
street southwest, and John R. Tobin
of Alexandria. Va . both <?f whom
were knocked down and robbed
early yesterday morning.
Nolan told the police he was
dragged into an alley n^ar his horrrt.
assaulted, and robbed of $28 hy
three negroes.
Tobin was robbed of $150 shortly
after Nolan. on Seventh *treet
southwest, near F street, by two
negroes. He also was beaten up.
The police believe the pame gang
committed both robberies.
AMUSEMENTS.
f. M MOORE'S A f
V
*
MOORE'S V
KialtU i
? < ? u ? ? r> w n.k fl
A- M.-ll P. M. f>th at G.
ALL WEEK
note "
Attendance Morning and Jfat
inee Shrnrs Requested. A
Sight*. S. R. 0. *
20 ?STARS--20 |
Supporting ?
ANITA STEWART *
In Loui.*: provost'* *
H HER KINGDOM t
jj OF DREAMS j
r. Direction Marshall Xeilan ? t
U (A first National Attraction J '2
I Overture Extras *
G MOORE'S y I
ardeR A
|1 A. M.-ll P. M. *
|1 A. M.-ll P. M.
fth llet. I) xnd K.
SEE IT NOW! $
POSITIVELY LAST WEEK
/Gesyrge lx>an* Tucker's A
I THC
MIRACLE
Paramount-Artcra ft's
9 (greatest Production
Augaenttd
OrclMstri
11 A. M.-ll r. M
I Grtit?Wholtscme?Thrilling jj
ROBERT WARWICK
? in ilarah Ellis Ryan's ?
l TOLD in the HILLS
? /. Paramount-Artcrafl a
* Super Picture ?
ALL WEEK
Overtire Extras A
L
DAI If C Ponlgkt. hi'JUt.
* V/UI O Mala. Thur*.
Sbabert Attraction* nnd Sat.
P. Ray Conntock and Morris Gest
Present the
DOLLY SISTERS
"OH, LOOK"
The Ckie reality Show of America.
Next Week Seats Tomorrow
A. II WOODS Presents
A Blew Farce In 3 Acta. Entitled
''THE GIR1 IN THE LIMOUSINE"
A Laugh rstlon. with More Than
2.* Splee?With
John Cumberland, Don* Kenyon
and
CRLDA SKAMCHARLES RCGGLK*
and
Frank Thooas. Claiborne Foster, I
fiavttt Parker.
AMUSEMENTS.
"THE EGG-CRATE WALLOP"
PTAfUUSG
CHARLES RAY
extra ADDED attraction
"FATTY" ARBUCKLE
la "inni ?TAG*"
PALACE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA"
(tnrrtvrr, ?"Don Juan,'? iloiari
Next Monday?Utratky
-F Street at 131k
I COLUMBIA
Itiat a. m.?11 *. m.
TOD AT?TOMORROW?WEDNBKDAT
BESSIE
BAR RI SCALE
la "HER FTOHTHAAK PRJCE*
Youth and Love
WITH '
Delicious Comedy
PERMEATE
" The Cinderella Man99
THE FAREWELL PLAY
OF
The Garrick Players
L'ust Xight'g Audience WVpf and IsiurjhaL Thm Went
Home irit)< H'arm HtarU
EARLE FOXE & DORIS SHEERIN
DELIGHTFUL ASD PERFECT L/JYERS
SHUBERT-GARRICK F SL it Seventh
THEATER Frilklill 31 f J
MATS. THURS. AND SAT.
GET SEATS EARLY FOR THIS LAST WEEK.
NEXT SUN. EVE. 1
SEATS NOW. "39 EAST" hi"li.
roxnTAYnc ri*\f
OI'KMNf. OK THK Rachel ( rother*' DflirkKnl < omedy
RW.I I AR >KA>0>. DIRECT FROM < ITT.
TODAY'S BEST ATTRACTIONS
I* M ASHIXGTOV9 KORKMOST THEATERS
SHUBERT-BELASCO
I?irectico Ma?r? SUubert Only Mat. Sat.
A. H. WOODS Pre?ent?
Too Many Husbands
A Npw < omedy In S Arts
Hv \V SOMERSET MAl'tJH AM
With KENNETH iMH'tiLAS.
ESTEL4.E WIS WOOD.
LA XV REXC'E *, R< ?SSM ITH ,
And a Notable Supporting CYwnpany
Commencing Sunday?SeaU Now
JOC wtBCl5 t?0CStNTS
the gladdest oavest o?olicst
MUSICAL PADCE or TmE > (AQ
THE LITTLE
BLUE DEVIL
WITH
BERNARD LILLIAN
GRANVILLE LORRAINE
a gpeat supporting cast and
A BEWITCMINK3 beauty cmopuS
MUSIC
FUN
YOUTH
ALL THIS WEEK
Patriotic Carnival
Clrcuw Ground*. 15th xind 11 St*. X. E.
lM)Elt THK AUSPICE*
OF
CAMP NO. 5
Patriotic Order of Americans
Zridmn n nnd Pollle Cirentrr Show*
FurnUh All Attractions.
N
ATlONALSStLlV
DsvhI Brfiro rreMits
INA CLAIRE
'THE 601.0 DI66ERS "
A New Comedy by Avery Hopwood.
Furtin* Sunday-THE UTTLE WHOPPER
GREAT LEAGUE OF NATIONS
DEMONSTRATION
HON. NEWTON D. BAKER.
Secretary of >\ar,
and
HON. WM. J. BRYAN,
Former Secretary of State,
Will \ddre?? a (.real Maaa Meeting
in Favor of the Lcajcue of Nation*
At Mt. \ ernon Place. >1. K. ( hurrh
South. Cnrnrr Hth St. nad Ma*R.
Avenue X. W.,
V\ edneNdHy, September :M. S I*. M. 1
l.ieut. II. E. I)a\enney, of the War,
(amp Community Service. ^111 lead!
a Patriotic ( onfKiunity Sonic Service.
Overflow meeting* nearhy ore be
ing arranged. ADMISSION free
44-Mil.E MOOM I.IGRT TRPP
* Beautiful Potn
CHARLfS MACALESTER
Eeave# Tth Street Wharf a?
7 P. M. TTEADAY
RkoHleot Inninjr Boom Service Mim<
5ic?ROCN'D TRIP-58r
ffV>R Moncr VKRNON
Daily Ooly at 10 -00 A. M and 2JD P M
B.F. KEITH'S"*.
DAILY; ; SUN. ;S HOL'YS. .,
The Joyous tnd J alb
EDDIE FOY
And the Younger Po*a The Maxlerau*?r*
in "On the Ootf Lank*" "Far Pity*
Sake." with Tbn*. Dnray. Ban IVum
Julia Ketotj Sabini A <ioodwyn. Khir.? >
Sitier*. Lea B-idnquea tic.
GAY ETY
*th mi.
? ?low W
Jnme? E < ooper Preaeata
THE SIGHTSEERS
"WAIT A^MINUTE"
UM *?*
" dill
L Y C E _
BURLESQUE
"FRENCH FROUCS"
SMOKING PERMITTED
DANCING.
modern 0-A-N-C-l-N-C TAUGHT
Prot. Caia. Aomci'i foreuMNt Danciaf
ler, and Mr*. H. L. Bolt can teach y?i< at the
RIGHTS AT K'HOOI. OF UA>Ci^G
f I21A KtW YORK AVE.
Only up to-date lianciaa Acadetu# aouth of
New Tork. Private lata? any hoar. T? cent*
CSMBL Phoua Pi rmk
Xm m? as? hfra I

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