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TANK VESSEL LAUNCHED.
Xord Inverforth and Daughters Is
1 at Chester Ceremony.
rmi.>nKi.PHu August 28.?The
< If*.680-ton tanker Elisha Walker was
i launched at the yard of the Sun Shipbuilding
Corporation in Chester, Pa.
Mra. E. S. Doheny, wife of the president
ofthe Pan-American Petroleum
Company* was the sponsor.
Eord Inwerforth of Scotland, minister
of munitions and supply in England.
withi his two daughters, witnessed
the launching, He holds an
American distinguished service medal,
awarded hiro in 1!>1P. .
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~ 1
That I
TVeecf <
IV First 1 "
?Because present pricesfare
lowers than *they were last
season. %
l\ A *3t
I Display
1 Merchant
111*
H Make This . Ad
I Fan :
I ' $49
II V . 1 an
r $69
I
| Our Suit Depart
beautiful new auturr
b you to make your
so doing you not onl
| of your Fall Suit bv 1
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sa season, uui juu get i
| the alteration depart
| ladies as well.
I Silk Crep
1 Underwear Crep
| Sale Italia
| New Fa
| <?**?I
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| Births Reported.
The following births hare been report** to
(the health deportment in the last tweity-foutv t
(hours: b
Albert E. anil Mary A. Preotelle, girl.
Harry E. and Kffie M. Thompson, boy.
Thomas I<eroy and Rosa R. Higgt. boy.
Nathan W. and Edna SheffermaO. liOJi e
Albert S. ami Snsie McBride, girl.
Joel K. and Elsie C. Beat, boy.
David H. ami Adelaide Fuller ton, girl. p
William H. and Carolina Kollmeyer, girl.
Adam and I*?retta Hark, t?oy.
Carey It. and Cecilia M. fttngleton. boy*
Walter W. and Mildred Price, Ix?y.
James M. and Mabel Mullen, boy.
Luther and Mamie Connolly, girl.
Wayne and Ossie Redmond, girl.
Walter Mi K. and Fidelia Waters, girl.
i harhw n. and Amatula Brightwell, girl,
Harry and Kstella Wade. girl.
William and Helen Johuson, girl. 4
T
FOQ YOUNG FOLKS AfiU
i .... .1 iii ?
? at Tferwtlv St.
Vew Fall .
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UOSt i uu
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y Smart New Fal
Vipmen's and Miss
?
ilsfInclude Tricotine, Serge, Sal
i~ Good Reasons t
Second
?In order to get most ad- ?
vantage out of wearing one's n<
clothes, it is necessary to buy th
them early. p<
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BHBBMDu
7th Street N.W
is of New Ai
>e and August
vertisement .Especial
ish |
Qn tf o f
<J 141 tO |
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a? \ _ I
.50 ^
ment is brimful of
in Suits and we urge
selections now, by
y get the full benefit
havins" it earlv in the
a ~ ~ J "
he best service from
ment and the sales>e
de Chine Teddies
>e de Chine Gowns
m Silk Undergarments..
11 ?*? ? ^
11 Waists ot Liec
OP Featuring new models ju:
J arrived, made up in th
much-wanted heavy weigh
/| georgette. Special at?
J Heavy Silk ?
All Summe
?of Organdy, Dotted Swiss and 1
$5.00, $10.1
Deaths Reported.
The following deaths hare been reported to
he health department iu the last twenty four
ours:
James Powers. 48? Tuberculoma Hospital.
Susie Kest arson, 1101 O street aoutheast.
Annie P. Ogle. 23, 3122 Georgia arenue.
Charles Herald, 62, 22 Franklin street nocUiarft.
William J. Qass, 25. Garfield Hospital.
Francis J. KofffPtter? 39, Tuberculosis nosital.
John J. Hall. 67. Home for Aged.
I)arid Freeland, 83, 920 V street.
Rufns Aftindy. 40, 2332 8th street.
HUa Williams, Freedmen's Hea{>ital,
Daisy Betters, 40, 3023 Dlx street northeast.
Emma Kills, 70. Emergency Hospital.
Mat tie Banks, 23, Tuberculosis Hospital.
The Bible has been translated Into
50 languages and dialects.
L :
I
Frock'
Only
50
I Models in
es' Sizes
tin and Creie Meteor
o Buy Early I
Third
Alteration service, too, is
>t always possible later in
ic season during the rush
iriod.
utftGa I
r H
|?s|
ltumn 1
Clearance 1
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jy interesting |
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SI 9* I
if A?W
$5.00
$3.98 I
|
rgette ' |
: $5.9$ |
feists, $3.98 I
r Dresses I
Voile, reduced to? |||
10, $15.00 1
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THE ambassador of Peru, Senor
Don Pederico Alfonso Peaet,
and Commandante Don Luis
Aubry. naval attache of the
embassy, will return today from New
York, where they went to bid good
bye to the members of the United
States naval mission, headed by Commander
Frank Barrows Freyer, which
ailed yesterday for Peru. Senora de
Aubry and her little daughter accompanied
the party.
The ambassador to Great Britain.
Mr. John W. Davis, with Mrs. Davis
and their Bon, daughter and niece,
arrived In New York yesterday on
the Olympic. The ambassador expects
to remain in this country for
two months on a vacation, it being
his first trip home since his appointment.
The party are at the Waldorf
Astoria.
\
Mrs. Josephus Daniels, accompanied
by her son. Mr. Frank A. Daniels,
will return this evening from Raleigh.
N. C.. and rejoin the Secretary pf
the Navy at their residence, on WyoJming
avenue.
1
Mr. Wilbur J. Csirr. assistant to the V
Secretary of State, left last night for j S.
Fittstleld, Mass.. where he will spend | K
the next few weeks with Mrs. Carr , d
and her mother. Mrs. Ezra Koon. who tl
have been there since the early summer.
Mr. Sebastiao Sampalo. commercial
attache of the embassy of Brazil, left
Washington last night for New York, w
accompanied by Mme. Sampaio, who d|
will sail for Rio Janeiro, for a visit
of several months to her family. Mr. c|
Sampaio will soon return to the em- ^
bassy here.
Mr. Jules Henry, third secretary of
the French embassy, will sail from a;
New York tomorrow on the Lafayette n,
for France, to be absent for about a a
month.
Drury?Slmoirds Wedding. ai
The marriage of Miss Margaret Si- tl
monds, daughter of Mrs. C. C. Cal- t,
houn of Washington, to Mr. Arthur
Drury of New York, son of Mr. Peter
A. Drury of this city, took place in
New York Monday, August 23. *
The engagement of Miss Simonds f
and Mr. Drury had not been formally
announced, though it had existed for ,
some months, and the wedding came !'
as a complete surprise to their friends. .,
Mrs. Drury returned from a trip to
France about a fortnight ago and
has since that time been with her h
mother, at their home at Princeton. ^
Capt. Calhoun is in Washington, but t1
Mrs. Calhoun is with a relative, who
is seriously ill in Harrisburg, Pa.,
where she was called Tuesday. Mrs.
Drury was one of the most popular
and accomplished girls of Washington j,
society, and was noted for her beauty v
and grace. She was one of the small p
coterie of young girls who received a
marked attention from the Prince of ^
Wales during his visit to the capital.
Mr. and Mtr. Drury are on their
wedding journey and have acquainted
none of their friends with their future
plans. 2
r
Miss Ducile Clark, daughter of Rep- t
rescntative ana Mrs. mnK uiarK, c
who spent two months In Denver, r
Col., has returned to Washington and t
is with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clark I
for a short visit. c
f
Mrs. William H. Boiling and Miss
Bertha Boiling have returned to their Y
suite at the Powhatan, after spend- l
ing several weeks in Atlantic City. i
[ ?? a
Mrs. Dwight J. Partello, jr., who has
been the guest of Mrs. John W. ;
Thompson since the illness and death
of her father-in-law, Mr. Dwight J. 1
Partello, left yesterday for her home, 1
in Chicago.
Mrs. William Loving Spencer of St.
Augustine, Kla., is spending some time T
at the Ebbitt House. She is the wid- ?
ow of Brig. Gen. Spencer. IT. S. A., and e
prominent in women's work, political 11
and otherwise. v
Herbert C. Hengstler, chief of the
consular bureau of the State Department.
has returned after a series
of visits on the north shore.
Mr. and Mrs. Larz Anderson, who
have been at their estate. Weld, in
Brookline. Mass.. will make a trip j
to Colorado next month, where ihey !
will go into camp for several weeks.
They will be accompanied by Mr.
and \T ro Tnhn P Sfnrv ir r?f thi?
city.
i
Mrs. Trible, wile of Commander
George Barnett Trible. Medical t'orps,
U. S. N., has returned to Washington
from Newport, where she had been
the gueat of Capt. and Mrs. Shiffert.
Mrs. Baker Bntertnlna.
Mrs. Raymond T. Baker entertained
at a dinner and bridge party last
evening at Holmwood. her pine,- at
Lenox, Mass.. in compliment t > her
mother, Mrs. Charles H. Bass hoc, and
her sister. Mrs. Daisy Bmersou McVickar.
Mr. Baker left Washington
yesterday for Philadelphia where he
will spend a week at the I'nited Sta'es I
mint.
The Duchess of Marlho<< a arrived
in New York yesterda.- i tiie
I A Snyder i
T?~11 A
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I Black and refined
with high cut genui
'1.
(Other models
Siyder(i
Desirable Shoei
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MHS. WILLIAM A. McCALV,
[IfiMif Col. McCain, umrml atnff, LT.
. A.,-with whom ?hc will anil for
urope IK) September 1. Their young
lighter Elizabeth will accompany
Kin.
lympic, accompanying the body of
ft father. Mr. Wiliiam K. Vanderilt.
who died recently in I'aris. His
idow rfcnd son, Mr. William K. Van;rbilt,
w^re also in the party and
ley went sit once to their residence
n 5th avemlC after landing, and the
ineral will take place today.
Mrs. Frederick\A. Britten, wife of
epresentative BKtten, who went
broad with Mrs. Frederic D. McKeney,
is now at the RitA.Hotel- in Paris,
nd will go later to Vidv?y. France.
\
There will bo a dance f(\T members
nd their guests Saturday <Vening at
tie Washington uoir ana ^ouniry
lub, at Jewell, Va. ^
Mrs. Jerome N. Bonaparte erWerlined
a patJy of twelve at luncheon
esterday at the Hill Top Inn, Newort,
R. I.
Mrs. Dorothy McCombs has joined
er mother. Mrs. John R. Williams, at
ie Deiter place, Edgewater, Beverly
arms, Mass.
Mrs. George Perry Stone, who has
een the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Austin
IcCarthy, at Chevy Chase, has retimed
to her home, in Houston, Tex.,
Mrs. Stone is the sister of Mrs.
IcCarthy.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson H. Ralston
ave returned to their home on Mintrood
place from a month's stay at
heir cottage at l^ong Hake, Me. They
iso visited friends at Hake Sunace,
X. H.
Hepburn?Keith Wedding.
Miss Ellen Keith, daughter of Mr.
tnd Mrs. Charles W. Keith, was mar
icu ^caiciuaji aiiniiuvn lit \^uric*L
Church to Mr. Norman Klickner Hep>urn
of Cleveland. Ohio, the arrangenents
for the wedding being simple,
>ut charmingly arranged. The Rev.
Ulen Griffith officiated, only a small
ompany of relatives and intimate
riends being present.
The bride was given in marriage by
ler father and was attended by Miss
'eeelia Kendig Jump as maid of
lonor. while Mr. Kenneth A. Foote
lerved as best man. After the cereSuy
New Furs If You Must?
But Why
ot hare your old furs remodeled or rent*
ated? They will give just as good service
nd look almost if not as good as new. CM
ourse. if you wait until the winter is upon
if* you will stand small ebsnce of bsriog joui
vork done.
MARTIN WOLF,
30-33 Florida Ave. N.W. ?
I it i ? II
nanasome cay
Seal Coats, $175
(GARMENTS of unusually
smart beauty, having
collar and cuffs of skunk,
beaver or squirrel. ||
Equally magnetic values U
in all other Furs during H
OUR AUGUST SALE. H
H- A deposit will reaerve any se- II
lection until fall. ||
SAKsruRCa
MANUFACTURERS WHO RETAIL II
AT WHOLESALE PRICES ||
| 1212 F Street B
1
and Little , |
/lode J
1
shade of brown ?
ne buchshm toj?s I
5
$10 to $18) I
fcLitile
t and Hosiery ? 1
eet N.W. I
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%, > I
i ^
mony Mr. Hepburn nod bis bride left
for a Wedding Journey of some length,
atter which they will mgke their
hotne-ln Cleveland.
Mrs. William M. Alexander left
yesterday for York Harbor. Me.,
where she will join Mrs. J. Eakln ,
Gadsby. '
Mrs. Robert Mackenzie has returned
from Cape May. N. J., where she spent
two weeks with her eon-ln-law and i
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wag.gaman.
I The marriage of Miss Raura ElizaI
Kntli Rrtronn rl o 11 <i> h t <i e nf \l r a K1 iZH.*
beth Bryson, to Dr. Arthur T. Ran- |
dall took place Friday, August 30, at (
the home of the bride's mother, the
Rev. McEIroy officiating. Miss Anna
Tennyson attended tH"e bride as m?id '
of honor and the bride's brother. Dr.
Herbert J. Bryson, until recently a
major iti the Medical Corpse C. S. Aacted
as best man. Miss Hllchir Bost'rom
sang a solo before the ceremony i
and later played the wedding marches.
After a buffet supper Dr. and Mrs.
Randall' left for an extended Vfeddlng j
trip, which will Include 4 trip
through' the gTeat "'kes. The ont-of- ,
town guests present at the ceremony
included Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C.
Wilson and the Misses Laur4" and
Edith Wnson of East Orange, N. J. (
The marriage of Miss Ruth Irene Mor- ?
ris. daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. G. W. J
Morris, to Mr. Leslie A. GiUikin of
Greensboro, N. C.. took place Saturday
evening. August 21, at 8 o'clock. Rev.
Eugene Jackson of Alexandria ofllciat'.ing.
Mr. and Mrs. Gitllkin will make
their home at Si 8th street northeast,
Washington.
Dr. EInora C. Folkmar, who is spending
a week in Atlantic City, Will sail
frona Philadelphia tomorrow for a short
rest at Jacksonville, F*Ia.
Mrs.vfYederick T. F. Johnson returned
from a- trip to Atlantic City and a
month's * visit on the eastern shore of
Maryland.
GREEKgBEWEB RECOVERS
PARIS, August 25.?Premier Venlzejos
of Greece, who was. murderously
attacked-by two young- Greeks in
this city on._Ang"U8t 12, left last night
for Athens. JRe has completely recovered
train the wounds inflicted
upon htm by the would-be assassins.
jTtie Weekly
laSaving Sale Ml
\ [? The
#? Frids
2 This week
V TIONSthan
/ clearance?ai
1 ^ ficing.
U v Dress
4 In oae gr
^ k plaid and figur
1 AH Redu
In a secor
L Dresses?from
jL AH Redu
7 Suits?
In all, just
tive designs.
I All Redu
J Skirts
^ Novelty PI
'n 1 reflective of th
m ah n.j..
r nil R.WI
\ White Silk
4 Skirts?thirtyi
AH Redo
J Blous
1a 93 of the f
"f Filet lace trim
V AO Redo
A A group of
I ed Voiles?in i
J AH Redo
q Sweat
& Wool Slip1
f?st a few.
T All Redo
^ Wool Tttxe
\ of finer grade.
iJ All Redo
V _T? vr?1 nc
| ri^AWUi
yThe intro<
value of thea
nor their arti
splendidly es
the color torn
serve.
Spei
Marriage Licenses.
Beater H. R?? lad Lorile Adele Knapp.
Clement D. Koaelle ind Mary A. Turtoa.
Norman C. Hepburn and Aim Kettn.
liberie* Edward Hager and Lnlw M. E.
Fred C. Jobnmn of tbla city nod Sadie
Wrtrtt of New York city.
' J?l?? Bong and Seima Berln. both of Baltimore.
lid.
Jooeph H. Ruber and Mary B. Braltoa
Armatmd Petmoil of Vienna. Vr.. and Hellaa
Rem-h of MaryCeM. Va.
Anton C. Cannatella and Hditti Bryan.
Oarl 1. Sandman add Carrie U. WUHamorn.
liberie* M. Franklin of Middle Hirer. Md..
md Annie I. Ultphant of Baltimore. Md.
Jamee H. Walton and Catherine "M. Hall.
Jtfba W. .Uouldln abd Edith <3. Kay, both of
Alpa. Va.
Henry K. Ioncban of PulaakL Va.. and
Srais- I.ee Bradley of Hamilton. Md.
James Johnson and Sarah Wlter*.
Frank a. Footer of Chicago and Oertrade
C. Arnold nf Kaos*. r*i? o- '
John s. A. Martin ant'Delia K. Allen. bath
If Gpper Marlborough, Md.
Bddle Spearu and Ma 17 Weidon.
George H and Blanche U. Honeety.
Mitfrinr Ramaaaatnfnr and Barbel R. TVynan,
boil, of Beltlroofe. Md.
KbUip H. Dither and Cork M. Clarke.
Major Oorgr Sedmlk and Unxeaie rmllk.
Ira D. Local of Colllna, Ohio, and Gladys P.
Eyie of Oborlln. Ohio.
Jofcebh Borraa and Ixmiw* Cb famine.
Idns o. Hntr of Atlanta. Ga.. and Ida 1L
nrray of this city.
Scotland Yard now employs tip X ays
in searching tb% wearing- apparel
>f suspects for Ridded papers, valoa>les.
weapons and poisons.
I FURS I
i
BUY NOW AND HERE
Save 25 to 40%
French Seal Coats
The very ^atest^-rt ?
styles, a remarkable* 1 QC
value at.. ... *wl
i 1
fotttostor
MS TO 614 A UUiStN.W.
ISP
House fflSE of Couri
ity's Spe
's offerings are of DEEPE
usual?because we must <
id are therefore radical i
6S?
oop the finer Cotton Frocks?i
ed effects; dress and sport model
ccd to. * ?
kI group?many daintily patte:
! the popular print grades.
ced to......,,
24 exclusive models and distincMostly
small sizes.
ced to
aid Cloth Skirts?effective an<
icir excellent value.
ced to.
: Poplin and Novelty Silk
nine splendid bargains. flT
ced to. %P
es?
ine Georgettes; many with /fa
ming. V
ced to V
: ItS Georgettes and Importwanted
colors. vL
ced to? *K'
ers?
overs?in popolar colors^?
cod to
;do and slip-ovef models?
ced to
sive Interprets
In Fall Hats
iuctory price in no way reflec
t creations?neither their intr
stic merit They are origina
:ecuted?in tailored and dres
;s in harmony with the seaso
riflllv Marked for Frida\
$10.95
.. . i , .
BAKER GOES TO OHIO.
Secretary Baker left here last evening:
to visit Camp Perry, Ohio: Camp
Grant, ILL. and Cleveland, In each
of which places he Is scheduled to
make a speech. He expects to return
to this city Monday morning;.
nmrv1415 g
K I IC I 1 Opposite Keith's
Furs ^Exclusively
August Fur Sale!
Substantial Reductions on furs
of unusually fine quality and
smart styling.
REBUILDING FURS A SPECIALTY
a 1 a "f? r'.iiu
SOME OF THE I
HISTORIC
VIRGINIA
HOMES
that have changed hands in
recent years are Oak Kill.
Gnnston Hall. Claymont Court.
Edgebill, Rock lands. Glen am.
Blenheim. Snowden. Pan tops
and Morven, the owners of
B which were represented by
H. W. HILL LAKY II
Mr. Hilleary has sold many I
other country places of distinc- [I
tlon and also some very hand- H
some Washington city proper- I
ties. I
Mr. Hilleary makes a feature
of country homes in the
best sections of Virginia and <
Maryland, also of city properties
valued at $50,904 and over.
Mala Ofltr, 1000 Vmnt InWashington,
D. I",
Branch OMent
Charlottesville, Va, J. C.
carter. Manager.
I.eeobanr. Va, JnUaa Morris,
Manaaer.
Iwnmiw, V?, Ctarlti X. U
Harrla, Hasaser.
I >
ft Closed All fc*
* Day Saturdays.^!
Utsy - t m
cials g
RREDUC- " 2
complete the ?
n our sacri- f \
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"$5 \
$24 j)
'$15 |f>
8.95 )
8.75 >
3.95 \
3.00 f
5.451 / ,
itions-i p
:ts the true /
insic worth \
1 designs? J
s Hats?in I
n they will ^
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