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INGTON STAR visiting
London are Invited to make
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STAR Office and Reading Room
at 16 Regent street, London
S.W., within a stone's throw of
Piccadilly Clrous, where up-to
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rangements can be made for the
reception and forwarding of
mall, advice obtained on all
matters - of travel, and where
American visitors In London
may be traced through the Reg
istration Dapartment conducted
by our London Office.
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INC.
We Give the Values and Get the Business
616-17 ST. N.W.
? THE MAN'S STORES ?
1005-1007 PA.AVE.
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Hundreds of Wis$ Men
Are Profiting By
This Tremendous November Sale
1,000
Fine Worsted Suits
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Of Intensified Super-Values
The Man's Stores are the symbol of leadership in this
"neck of the woods." BUT just -to increase our lead still
farther we are putting every ounce of our buying and cost
cutting muscles into this intensified value drive. We now
make it possible for you to get a new fall suit for $33.75
that is worth fully one-third more?not on last season's
prices?but on the prices that comparison will prove
TODAY. . .
Our racks are "packed close" with a world of new
designs, new patterns and all in the newest models.
Regulars, shorts, longs, stouts and long stouts. Suits
for men of every age and inclination. Sizes 33 to SO.
Special Note?Our $29.75 special still selling.
Other prices $40 to $55
MONEY'S WORTH OR MONEY BACK
CARUSO'S WIDOW AND DAUGHTER RETURN TO
THE UNITED STATES ON THE S. S. PARIS.
Mrs. Dorothy Park Rrnjnmln Carn*n and her daughlrr Gloria, who have been
. In Italy Mince the death of the noted tenor.
ISAAC GANSTO BE HOST
TO SECRETARY WEEKS
Invites Party to Attend Lu^cljeon
at City Club Next
Friday.
Isaac Gans, Washington prominent
I business man, will be host at a lunch
eon to Secretary of War John W.
Weeks at the City Club Friday at 1
o'clock. The following- have been in
vited to attend: Senator O. E. Weller,
Senator L. Heisler Ball, chairman of
I the Senate District committee; Rep
| resentative F. M. Zihlman, Repre
sentative Benjamin K. Focht, chair
jman of the House District committee;
Edward Clifford, assistant secretary
of the Treasury; George B. Christian,
jr., secretary to the President; Ad
Imiral Samuel McGowan, Chief Justice
Walter I. McCoy of the District Su
preme Court, Judge Huston Thomp
son, chairman of the Federal Trade
Commission; Commissioner James P.
Oyster, Commissioner Cuno H. Ru
dolph, Commissioner Charles Keller,
Thomas Bradley, president of the
Washington Board of Trade; Albert
Schulteis, president of the Washing
ton Chamber of Commerce; Phil King,
president of the Merchants' and Man
acturers' Association; Claude H.
oodward, president of the Kiwanis
Club; Charles W. Semmes, president
of the Rotary Club; E. C. Graham,
president of the City Club; Avery
Marks, president of the National
Press Club; N. O. Messenger, presi-^
dent of the Gridiron Club; Senator
James W. Wadsworth. jr., chairman
of the Cenate committee on military
affairs; Representative Julius Kahn,
chairman of the House committee on
military affairs, and John B. learner,
president of tne Bankers' Association.
WOULD CHANGE NAME.
Achsah Smith, twenty-four years of
asre, a graduate nurse, has applied to
the District Supreme Court for per
mission to change her name to Burk
hart. Iler mother has married again,
and the petitioner has been known
by the name of her stepfather, Burk
hart. Under this name she attended
school, she says. Attorneys J. \V.
Staggers and J3. S. Clark appear for
the petitioner.
RED CROSS VERY ACTIVE
IN AIDING EX-SOLDIERS
"Comforts Section" Has Done Splen
did Work During Past
Year.
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The comforts section of the District
Chapter ot the Red Cross is still "on
the job" and will so remain, accord
ing- to Mrs. Martha A. Spencer, vice
chairman of the comforts committee,
which points with pride to the fact
that 76,709 sweaters and comfort kits
were given by the local organization
to men in military and public health
hospitals within the past year.
A special piece of work this section
was called on to do was to aid in
j supplying poppies sold last spring for
the benefit of disabled war veterans,
| When vtolunteers, hastily gathered,
? turned out their quota in one night.
I Acting as hostess to relatives of
! the men who are brought back from
| France to be buried in Arlington
I Thursday of each week is also a part
i of their work. Upoh the arrival of
j thl.se relatives at the Union station,
i the Red Cross is informed how many
! to expect, and lunch is at once pre
{ pared for them at chapter headquar
| ters, 16 Jackson place. During- the
I past twelve months 668 lunches have
' been served. After lunch the Motor
i Corps, under charge of Mrs. Charles
j D. Carter, furnishes transportation
i to and from Arlington cemetery. This
activity will continue until the last
of the bodies of our men have been
been brought from overseas and in
terred.
At headquarters there are. comfort
ably furnished rest rooms where any
soldier or sailor who drops in can
find plenty to smoke, good reading
matter, piano, victrola and other mu
sical instruments and games.
CAPT. OSTERHAUS ASSIGNED.
Capt. Hugo W. Osterhaus, at the
navy yard. Mare Island, Calif.; has
; been assigned to duty at the naval
base, Hampton Roads, Va.
ASSIGNED TO NAVY BOARD.
Commander Arthur L Bristol has
been detailed for duty with the Navy
general board. Navy Department.
Shoes that satisfy men
tv JTEN like our shoes, not because
!VjL we say they arc good, but be
cause they prove their worth in the
test of wear. We pot into our models
the stylemen like and the quality they
demand, and we sell them at a price
that appeals to the sense of economy.
Prices Start at $8.50
1001 F Street, Corner Tenth
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ADMITS KILLING WIFE.
Edward G. Evans, Colored, to Ba
Sentenced for Manslaughter.
Edward Godfrey Evans, colored,
forty-seven years old. who killed bis
wife Margery- May 28 last at their
home. 925 8 street northwest, yesterday
pleaded guilty to manslaughter be
fore Chief Justice McCoy in Criminal
Division 1. Evans had been indicted
for murder in the first degree and a
Jury was sworn last Thursday to try
him, but one of the jurors became
ill and the trial could not proceed.
Attorney John h. Wilson for the
accused then offered to plead guilty
to manslaughter and the plea was
accepted by the government.
The tragedy followed a quarrel over
the attentions of another man to the
wife, It was stated. The prisoner will
be sentenced Friday.
Evans was a corporal ]n the United
States Army, stationed at Fort Myer,
and was butler to Gen. Peyton C.
March and Gen. Hugh L. Scott.
ASSIGNED TO CBUISEB.
Commander Lucian F. Kimball, at
the navy yard. Portsmouth, N. H..
has been assigned to the command of
the cruiser Savannah.
ORDERED TO DUTY HERE.
Lieut Commander Eugene M. Wood
son, attached to the IT. S. 8. Frederick,
has been ordered to this city for duty
in the bureau of engineering. Navy
Department.
W. & J. SLOANE
1508 H STREET, N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C.
We wish to advise the public that in
conformity with an important stock
reduction sale of great magnitude
now taking place in our New York
establishment, the prices on all our
goods have been revised so that pur-,
chases may be made here just as
advantageously.
It is always our policy to offer here
ip this store-the same service, facili
ties and prices as in our New York
establishment
ThE opportunities which we are now
offering merit the attention of all
interested in the purchase of floor
coverings.
Store Hours:
8.00 A.M. to 5.30P.M.
Daily
Free Delivery to
all Shipping Points
in the United States
Lansburgh 6 Brother
THE BARGAIN 6th
Is not meeting, but BEATING
former records with a knock-out
Sale of Misses'
Winter Coats
$ 14.95
Misses' 16, 18 and 20 sizes, and small women who can
wear these sizes will be the lucky ones to share in this bargain
event that will astonish Washington.
Yoa know what styles are forecasted?well, theatre in
this group. Wool Velours, Soft Coatings, Mixtures, in the
mellow tones appropriate in this class of fabric.
To add a wintry touch of warmth and style, we selected
about an equal number of Fur-collar Coats to accompany those
with self collars some young women prefer.
Wide, sweepy models, with huge sleeves, roomy pockets,.
belts and large buttons. All these details conform exactly with
what Fashion has decided shall be Winter's mode, but one
forcible argument is VALUE!
79c
238FlanneletteGownB
Sizes 16 and 17,
54 inches long and 72 inches wide at
bottom. Double yoke, which adds
warmth as well as service. Your
choice of white or stripes in pink and
blue.
100 Silk Jersey \ nq
Petticoats, Special, vl?/w
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Blue/rose and pink, with contrasting
color flounces. These petticoats are
\yell made of the light-weight jersey
that does not bunch up when walking.
$3.89
Beacon Bath Robes
Sizes 16 to 44,
Blue, brown and gray in attractive con
ventional designs. Well made, roomy and
tastefully trimmed with satin.
Lawrence Bath Robes, q r
Heavy Blanket Cloth,
Made with cuffs and pockets, trimmed
with braid and satin piping; finished with
cord girdle and frogs.
Babies9 Bath Robes
Softest Robing,
Dainty colors and babyish designs. These
pretty little robes are necessary to baby's
comfort this chilly weather.
$1.49
Sixth F:ooh-Lt?b>r(k * Brother.

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