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PRIZE PEACE PUNS' ICHOSENIN FRANCE Winner Urges United States of Europe Through Agency of Learie. By thf Associated Tress. PARIS. September I.—The prize peace essays in the French section of the competition for the prizes offered by Edward A. Filene of Bos ton. and summaries of the articles of Vie second and third prize winners, I Were made public yesterday. The Barnes of the winners will be made known before the end of September. The prizes in the French competi tion are the first to be allotted. •Those in the competitions in England. Germany and Italy will be awarded later. I rge* Inner l/rafcue. BOSTON, September I.—The plan Which has been awarded first prize Os 100,000 francs out of 5,319 plans submitted for the French peace awards inaugurated by Edward A. Filene of this city was made public last night. The name of the winner | was not announced. The award was ] inade by a jury of distinguished j Frenchmen. The winning plan analyzes the j different crises from which Europe 1 suffers as a result of the World War ■ and indicates a solution for each. The outstanding feature of the plan }s a proposal for a European league of nations within a world yeague of pations which would in effect result In a united states of Europe, form ing a single economic unit and pre- I Renting a common political front. - Judging of plans submitted for ei milar awards in Great Britain. Ger- I inany and Italy has been completed and the winning plans will be made jpublic later. Mr. Filene offered SIO,OOO in prizes in each of the four fcountries. The second prize-winning French plan, drawing an award of 30,000 francs, denounces former national istic policies and proposes certain hew international solutions. It holds that by security is not meant guar anty against defeat, but the certainty of not having to prepare for war. It advocates mutual guarantees and as sistance and combined reduction of armaments. It condemns annexa tions. supports the Dawes plan of reparations, and declares interallied flebts must be reduced and exchange Stabilized. The League of Nations is criticized •s inadequate, and the plan advocates full legislative, executive and judicial power backed by armed force. It stresses the necessity for combating nationalistic spirit and hatreds. EVANS CLAIMS KLAN CAN BACK EITHER PARTY Bays Members Have Means of Vot ing Their Convictions in Both Major Groups. By the Associated Press, PITTSBURGH, September 1. —Mem- bers of the Ku Klux Klan can con scientiously support candidates of either of the two major parties in the present political campaign. H. W. E vans, imperial wizard of the organ- j ization, declared in a forma! statement here last night. “There are in America," Mr. Evans | said. “two great political parties—; the. Republican and Democratic par ties. These two great parties in sol emn convention this year adopted platforms which provide a home in either party for the conscientious klansmen thereof. These two par ties provide a natural outlet for an expression of public opinion with re gard to approving or disapproving the policy of the administration in power.” Julius Caesar was the name borne by a man convicted of bootlegging in Pasadena. ( Do You Want a Home i In Chevy Chase? QUINTER, THOMAS & CO. Main 8416 | PMPLESON I FACEJLCHEST Hard and Red. Itched and Burned. Cuticura Heals. " My trouble begsn with *n itch ing and burning of the face and chest. Later pimples broke out that were hard and red and festered. The irritation caused me to scratch the affected parts, and'the trouble lasted about six months. “ I tried different preparations but found no results. I read sn advertisement for Cuticura Soap and Ointment and purchased some, and after using four cakes of Cuticura Soap and four boxes of Cuticura Ointment I was com pletely healed.” (Signed) Mrs. Helen Taylor, 1630 St. Peter St., New Orleans, La. Give Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum the cite of your skin. feamlct FrMbT M»U- Addroas; "Cntlenrm Latar aUria., D.pt. H, Hildas 4t, Haaa." Sold every where. Soap 26e.Ointment 26 andGOe.Talram 26e. VF Try our now Shaving Stick. FLY TOK & Kills Jilt, MOTHS Ham? M, nc FLIES PLTSe Qtsl.2s ti JSSSm.!!% Mosquitoes pT-tr: Roaches Aids Bedftris Ete. I Our Newly Remodeled Corset and Lingerie Shops Invite You Tomorrow to Kami’s Fall Opening Sale of Lingerie Planned Months in Advance to Offer You Best Values Pretty New Silk Gowns At $4.95 ML' WZffrikV . —The woman who is fond of pretty things will be at- . /\T L aT) tracted to these dainty creations made of heavv quality "W" t ■■ -■ • • crepe de chine, in flesh, white, peach and orchid tints, I beautifully trimmed with Irish, Venise and Valenciennes VX 11U-O ttClll J ± 1 Ull One of a Kind — sl3.7s to $22.75 Values laces. Also a pretty tailored style of radium silk with * * * square neck, val lace insertion and trimmed m -st-h. . —Haven t you wished for a long time that you had a beautiful Some of the styles shown above. ffpHp Fit#* Uv/ J-rl. CiuulL'l -i—i l/L# chance. There are pretty crepe de chine, satin and taffeta neg « ligees in the attractive coat style, or trimmed with laces, geor gettes and touches of hand-embroidery. Are shown in dainty __ —For months past we have had this great event in mind, and are now ready with a shades. Two styles are sketched above. i LOttftM XyOWMS beautiful new department, including lingerie, corsets and negliges, for our Fall Opening Sale with wonderfully low prices to offer. Manufacturers have been generous in co-op -m erating with us for this occasion, and the merchandise offered is tvpical of the fine qnalitv I 111 ' i A'W unusual.*™' 0 °^ CrC< * ' n t * lese l' ncs> T^e P r ' c es you will immediately CorUUrOy RobeS Js() x —The Corset and Brassiere Sections have been moved to a more secluded place in the A S yB P* /Q 1 j WTv \1 \) Regularly $1.95 j same department, with new fitting rooms for the convenience of our many patrons. J I "B" B | I || 1 \Vj\ V A complete stock of Rubber Reducing Garments is shown, and experienced corsetieres d- *B/ vj I \ I —These are nice for the girls are in attendance. I \ I ' vho SO away to school, espe- . - , ... , . ...... Kegularly $1 .50 /! \ i cially when many are needed, and —f he corset items represent manufacturer s special close-out lots and materials of which J \ 1 \ '/! they are as attractive and inex- they had only a limited quantity, and to co-operate with us in this sale they named prices —With colder days ahead. Cor- Os \ j/i pensive as these. Made of fine that represent about one-half of their real value. duroy Robes are always needed. I ' 'I j voiles, batistes and Windsor These are of embossed wide-wale KTkT I j -! —i —. crepes, with different shape 'Tt. c I S' -• • rrii . .. corduroy, made with double tux- I necks, lace and embroidery •* tie Sale rs ill Continue 1 hroilgh the edo collar, and have two pockets ; trimmed. err » ir/‘»l C ’lt* t? n and dotted mull lining to match. . . J rr eeh rs itll Special ItettlS thVery Day In Copenhagen, victory, purple. orchid and henna. i Costume Slips Specials in Corsets and Brassieres A A QA rn Jk 9 A Costume Slips —f 9 f AISI/ 4 ff mj&p —Made of a fine quality English f ,P) /Jit IfT ff\ 1 -Just think of having a splendid satinette, these are splendid for fIftHIIJ Bffli jR\ FTf) I fe \ V quahty tub silk costutne slip and year-round wear. Are in fanev lIfAUM KHa W I It) \IT~TIS) only paying 52.95 for it. And you striped patterns, with hemstitched mill D&W /W' 1 I U - D may choose from tan. Copen. gray, tops. In white, flesh, brown, navy W! L. 013 . Siffi IJJ Ujfflt / flesh, white, black, cocoa, brown and and black i green. Ifeve hip hems and hem- j . ■, i r/1 Vv~n stitched tops. . Treo Elastic De Bevoise C-B Claspon “Bien-Jolie” p— y ■ j Regularly $6.50 Regularly $5.00 Regularly $5.00 Regularly $6 & $6.<5 >k -j A' it*\ | m. At $1.39 #2.95 $2.00 $2.45 f 5.45 At $1.95 fJA a , Made of beautiful » » <£?o ocr /£■ — 11/ i —Made of beautiful —Made of fancy —Made of elastic brocade or heavy tiegularly bJ.yo rly j Regularly $1.95 brocade material and brocade, with elastic and silk brocade, pink satin, with elas- —These may be worn under sheer \ / 'LI I silk elastic, satin gores and extra sup- with fancy braid- tic gores and three party frocks. Marvcltex is a silk \ W | //A —Charming little, two-piece mod- bound. Sizes 24 to port over diaphragm. trimmed top. Sizes sets of hose sup- and cotton material, and these \\\ j | els, made of Windsor crepe, in 36 Sizes 32 to 48. 24 to 36. porters. are shown in white, peach, al- —f | pink, orchid and maize, with ’ - nion . d ’ cora ’’ °ts, ch j d ’ u aize ’ V- e ’ \V \ ’ ) A , .. , „ . marine and black. Have hip- »-i white blocks. Have square necks 1 . depth hems mmmmmmmm i ■ Uvoi^'lo^J^. are “Bien-Jolie” Brassieres “Model” Brassieres 11 | , —ln the popular jacquette and bandeau Slid BundeflllX models, made of beautiful plain and bro- —Made of satin brocaded materials, laces Cntnon i caded materials.-,. and ribbons. kjaICCU OUIJS I T> . • ■ Reg. $1.50 Brassieres 75c Reg. 59c to 75c values 39c . „ * IDHtIBI6 IrOWnS Reg. $2.00 Brassieres SI.OO Reg. 85c to SI.OO values 49c Ag ”B j Reg. $3.00 Brassieres $1.50 Reg. $1.50 values, special 75c T\ ':: /IT ■ B Bfl B j A- wm. Reg. $4.00 and $5.00 Brassieres. .$2.00 Reg. $2.00 to $3.00 values SI.OO X M.E/ _B_#VFVF /-m "B” L—^——————i ———• —Pretty quality sateen costume I d- \\ 1 Kj / nHI slips, trimmed with colored stitch- j y- —A Personal Demonstration by an Expert Corsetiere BPI ing and flowered insets, and have —Fine quality batiste gowns, in f /sfu , pleated flounces. These are in navy, flesh and honeydew shades, made 1 /'] * Will be given of the brown, black and gray. Also all- j in novel French effect, with trim- ill ' Vs/ black with plain or pleated flounce, ming of plain pipings and black v. / / At this special price you may buy stitching. Buy several of these for \\ i . ~ 1/ A-r/L several costume slips and the total personal use or for practical and in- \\ j / JyL I\€ClllCl/J^ tlllUlC‘ cost be but I , , September 2nd to 6th I QverbloUSe I oi ■ O —Come in and let the expert corsetiere direct from the Madame X Company give you a personal C * ' uDOriS Sweaters demonstration of this wonderful reducing girdle. tSWCaterS % . - u —Madame X Reducing Girdle makes you look thin while you are getting thin. It j s made of the A m f FW F* A« #Ttt M F* highest quality of rubber, and will give you perfect comfort while you sit, work or olav /% T wZ tk If At 54.95 =========================—= AX 0 *• ° U M f": ■ Regijlarly $8.75 |Ljßk\ P \ \ —Novel Sports Sweaters for gen- 4k _ . . , ( Ss3«laE\\ UQXDiM eral wear, iv;ade in the popular m, A M n . w ° rn w »th or l/csE.. i,\\ nmm slip-over stjjle, with the smart The M f m M Penna Ave. fine h Tarns W ln heautif3 ad c e \\ I Jj of * wjven*’ all-wooi Busy M /I Bth and j > f colors or |an trimmed witS Comer K Kg D StS. b , ave tbe F^>P. u l ar kimono or cap —L—- | 1 Li brown. This style is popular THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C M MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1924.