GAVE UP HIS WIFE.
Hall-Quest Has No Wish to
Embarrass Pittsburgh U.
in Love Tangle.
By »h. Associated Press.
PITTSBURGH. October 16.—Dr. Al
fred Lawrence Hall-Quest, who re
cently divorced his wife in order that
she might be free to marry Maj. Fred
erick William Hart of Evanston. 111.,
last night announced that he had re
signed his position as director of ex
tension at the University of Pitts
burgh. Other than confirming the
resignation. Dr. John O. Bowman,
chancellor of the university, declined
to comment on the matter.
‘T did not wish to embarrass the
university because of recent publicity
given my affairs," I*r. Hall-Quest de
clared in announcing his resignation.
He said he had no plans for the fu
R. F. WALTER PROMOTED.
Appointment of R. F. Walter, as
sistant chief engineer, to be act
ing chief engineer of the Bureau
of Reclamation was announced to
day by the Interior Department. Mr.
Walter fills the post made vacant by
the resignation of F. E. Weymouth.
He will begin his new duties Novem
ber 1 and will be located at Denver.
He has been connected with the rec
lamation service since 1903, serving
in various capacities.
I The latest Frocks sponsored by Fifth Avenue—Dashing Sports Coats of the fashionable plaids—Smart Accessories for the well dressed m
■ woman—and a glance backward at the days gone by compared with the modes of today—feature this Women’s Pave of ErtranrJlnnrv ■
■ i • f r • e r"» • i o'" * wu ' Mifiui y
■ i p idoiy* *
■ , ■
i Gloves Ribbons
* \ln li heavy embroidered ertUchinc* Self! |l j A 1 Ribbon Gartern. in plain eolere and Itt ll \
* I (l J l contrast and two-toned, In all wanted 1 I 1 bowV 0 color!- th j. notted / V VI
■ el" ll Suede-Finished MoiL. satin, *£"s It ||/|i I 1 I *
■ Fabric Gloves, 2 Pairs, $1.47 V X £ an 6 y An C 0, 0“ and P / ■
g 1 In man y new attractive nov- ML. L. SpCCial 37C Yd IP Ift YJ 1 | f *
" I h = ll broidery and contrast color silk cuffs, ~0 ~ „ \|S //I Ain' T ’ lH IP i .
■ TO f : also turn-back embroidered strap. WoiUCII S PoUItCX Silk Moire aad Satin Rlbb<m», 3ti to 7 IHM / / ■ ft L- N|| #[J \
Tf ,41 W * - a p a. _ - _ Inches wide. In many colors. For *4rl / / f)4 i —? /K ■
■ .1~ I <v?9r*7ffl ll an( * ot * lers - * n brown, mode, mastic, lIOSC, sl.l/ hair ribbons, blanket bindings, etc. (ilMl / / Yw FTT wT
_ -- feaffivffirV.yy' ' -7"" frJTrXIriP T•= K la _ beaver, champagne, pongee, black Sli«ht lrrerui«r» of $1.»3 to $2 25 T»iuei. 0 .. __ ... y I V fiu 111 L: ■ 1
I /«WtmSS i-l r and white and white and black. ’W"*?* Special, 17C Yd. W N '>l J # (f 5 ■
H ~ riTi f" “ 1 ill \ \ i\ W*clr, nude, sunburn, bunnj. chestnut, airedale. 111 B I;*/ L r - /j v
■ rgjg )l Suede Fabric Glove., 47c
■ I Ifi I I / ' *BTU* Wnmon’c u. co r>__ d— I.arge and small designs; Bto 9 /\ 7 / / TV\! \
/ j I I lar and double woven. 2-claaiP, strap- W OWICTI S iIOSC, 2 rfS., $1.47 inches wide. For pillows, table run - / \ / / A I \ \ ®
* s / 1 I la % wrist, 18 and 16 button lengths. In KeguUr fl valna Two-toned English ners, bags, turbans, etc. A. (\ y*" / / I /k \ | \ \ «
" _i //I J? 'vS? .11 ceior., W«k and white. «,2? J'SS.,''S;' tST' .JTiS Special, 97c Yd. \ \\ \V\ ■
■ 1| Pmlala Rotwl—Main Floor. “* ’ Palais Royal—Mata Floor. Palais Royal—Mata Floor. g
: Smart Tailor Mades Looking Plaids Are the Thing in :
■ Approved by Sth Avenue Are the Special Anniversary mSSzisrJ,l\ Ro plnirar/l f ASBr n . A a ■
" Offerings for Friday , at Me Astonishingly A OaCKWaTfI •
■ Low Priqe of I V > The hat they wore 47 U F UI I/#*!/ !-•
. V years ago and the hat they \ \ Bold, dashing plaids and soft plain colorings, in smart clever *
r\v wear today! stales, put these sport coats in a class by themselves.
" Zl. V 7 Luxuriously warm—every one of them—for they were made
* S y' >v\\ Here was an interesting find! A for out-in-the-open weather. Some with soft fur trimmings, others i *
* hHle bonnet which has survived the (usi with large storm collars of self material. t •
* Those smart tailor-made dresses of English tweeds and r*Vg y ears since the Palais Royal began / y ijfff/ [ill ' *o P Shadow plaids, imported tweeds, blocked angora, cut polaires >*•'
■ worsteds, Greenwich checks, Indian plaids and gingham checks, KV*» K*'* • on Pennsylvania Avenue. Compare /// V 0 S .f/ 61 ??!; The colors are tan. rookie, gray, brown, penny,
■ ~’ , r.l . . IfiiV. I l '.*' . \x \ it with the hat in vomie todavf / f S» l! black and shutter green. ;
* now being featured on Sth Ayenue, are here in great variety for L_\o . S,/ ! Truly, (he world 1 W % S Sizes 14 to 18-36 to 48;;. -
■ your selection tomorrow. V 4 P * i-.i.i. js,„i_rw m, K „. *
■ Leather belts and bindings—dozens of colored buttons —high U ** * in Ow) |
m necks as well as low and long sleeves, distinguish these charming
: boc ?JZ££7£?SL n trU And for tht Fifth Day of Our Anniversary All Parktvle Hair =:
5 We Are Offering for One Day Only tC!!: ™ 'la ?
■ Children’s Pyramid Union Suits, 67c ======= Anv Vplvpl T HtTltTlpd Hos I OHICS ■,
■ Regular $1 value. Fleece lined. Waist style with button attachments. ‘ rtJl J VCI VCI 1 nUIIIICU Odl J1 / ££
g loiee length.
elbow sleeves, and lO OUF FfeHCH ROOHI | « 2iX Oil \ ‘
■ Women’s Rayon Women’s Rayon \\ /1/ S\££ H £ 1 J Just a few items mentioned: ■
■ (Fiber Silk) Vests, 47C (Fiber Silk) ll / l/a> (Iff |V|Cl|*|rpr| T Y\C& ‘WJ%\ 60c Almond Cream, Lettuce ■
■ T> I 7Q I n a 4 Envelopes, $1.27 1\ *l* Jj / V/1I IkviA X .idgnl Cream and Tissue Cream, 30c n m
_ Regular 79c value. Bodice top. . ’ „ ll v All Hiir Tonics reonilar <1 IV
■ picot trimmed in pink, orchal and Good : fittmg envelopes. Step-m I I All new, exclusive models from the highest grade makers-Nor- Line T 57 \\\ U
■ peach. Sizes 34 to 44. First qual- .styles, in pink and peach. Sizes 36 I I I I mandie, Kibel, Belart, Douglas, Meadowbrook, Daisy, Bijou, Tenne — ißufiki) „ . \ u ■' "tsP g
g ,l y- to perfect. ,1 I I I names which in themselves tell the story. And our own models are Panstyle , Henna Dye, all
fiato lUyai—Ftow, I I \ I I included also. shades; regularly $1.50, 75c ■
■ Children’s Sport Hose, 2 Pairs, 67c 11 \f I !??■? ” ats | or t $8 * 33 $22.50 Hats for $15.00 Other Aids to Beauty at Reduced Prices ■
* Regular 39c, 50c ! 5 t° r Komplex Cream for bleaching and tightening the muscles; reg- *
■ fancy cuff top. In black, and brown. Sines 6to 10. First quality. 1 I JM' V-Afl 9» • II $10.50 ITfitS lOr $ll.OO $27.50 HfttS TOr $18.34 ularly SI.OO jar. At 50c ■
■ Rmr ° n < * b * r • lUt) Socl “’ with - fancy cufr top - I\ fw IV* / SIB.OO Hats for $12.00 $30.00 Hats for $20.00 Hand Lotion regularly 25c. At. bottle, 15c ■ ,
I SSStiS^r^’U^T'S^S. «? ** <• *««• . |l_ I -J ll I I *20.00 Hate for
g Palais Rayal—Mala Fleer. I.* ■ ——..-4 V- IL—._// .i f • Palala Royal—Seeoad Fleer. PalaU Royal—Balcony.
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FORD ACT NOT FINAL
Democratic Senate Leader De
clares Hope That Muscle Shoals
May Yet Go to Manufacturer.
Senator Underwood, Democrat, Ala
bama. a leader in the fight In the
Senate for the adoption of Henry
Ford's offer for Muscle Shoals, de
clared yesterday that he did not regard
the Interview In Collier’s Weekly as
I a definite withdrawal of Ford’s offer.
I "It has not been withdrawn offi
cially and as far aa the Government
is conceited the offer still stands, and
I am for the Ford bid," he declared.
"If It is a fact that Ford has actually
withdrawn his offer it is a lament
able thing for the Government,” the
"I believed and still believe In
Ford’s proposal. I think his bid of
fers the best solution of Muscle
Shoals. If wo can’t get Ford's bid
accepted then I am for some other
tid that carries the provisions of
the Ford proposal.
"I believe In utilizing Muscle Shoalfe
to produce nitrates for fertilizer In
time of peace and for ammunition in
time of war,” he added.
Senator Underwood passed through
Washington today on a campaign
speaking tour, leaving this afternoon
for Roanoke. Va., to fill an engage
INTEREST IS COVERED.
NEW YORK. October 16.—The
Middle West UtiMtles Co. has de
posited with the Illinois Merchants'
Tmst Co.. Chicago, $6,346,500 to pay
at par and accrued interest all of
its 10-year 6 per cent bonds matur
ing January 1. 1935. Payment of
these bonds leaves the company with
no maturing obligations before Sep
tember 1, 1935.
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C„ THURSDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1924.
KILLED MOTHER, SISTER,
BOY DECLARED INSANE
Slayer Sent to Aaylum—Father
Aaka for Mental Test of
By the Associated Press.
MEMPHIS. Tenn., October 16.
Aquitla Redditt, who killed his moth
er, Mrs. Sudle Redditt, and his sister,
Mary Lou Redditt, with an axe at
|K Put Your Best Foot Forward gs
£f) Avoid the dangers of tired, aching, misshapen
pjf feet, Come in and have your footprint taken. • vJC
1 * Absolutely no obligation. sf
| GROUND |
I Oripper i
h WALKING SHOES gj
Foot Specialist Always in Attendance
W > Stack’s Ground Gripper Shoe Shoppe S 3
National Theater Bldg. Phone M. 6882
their home near Cordova several days
ago, was committed to the State
asylum when a plea of Insanity was
entered In his behalf In criminal
court. The plea was not contested
by the prosecuting attorney.
Hearings will be held in probate
court. October 24, on the petition of
Qreenbury Redditt, the father, to test
the sanity of three other children of
the Rldditt family.
tlmberlands valued in the bill at $50,-
000. Redditt asked in his petition
that a guardian be appointed If they
are not found sane.
WIDOW ASKS $8,000,000.
NEW YORK, October 16.—Mrs. Al
bertlne Brlnckerhofl, widow of 'the
bakery king, Daniel D. Brlnckerhofl,
started suit yesterday In Supreme Court
for the recovery of property esti
mated to be worth $8,000,000. Mabel
Assured Income I
means peace of mind. It couti- I
tutea the beat protection against I
the uncertainties of the future. I
You desire it for yourself; you I
would like to provide it for your I
Let our-Officers explain how yon I
may do so by means of a Living I
Trust Agreement with this strong I
trust company. I
* E tr UST CO I
DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA I
rSJH EDWARD J STELLWACEN I
CORNER IST? AND H cress 1
Caflferty, Loretta Van O’Linda and
Theodore T. Brlnckerhoff, children of
the deceased by a previous marriage,
are made defendants.
• Mrs. Brlnckerhoff declares that she
was the bakery king's third wife,
and that those named as defendants
exerted undue influence to obtain
1 possession of the property.
TOLMANIZINC3 is a
process of launder
ing starched collars
to a pliable comfort
and gleaming white
ness that can only he
duplicated hy an
other trip to
The Tolman Laundry
F. W. Mackenzie, Mgr. 6th and C Sts. N.W.
The nearest laundry station is at —
§ 499 C St. N.W.
2469 18th St. N.W.
6 Dupont Circle N.W.
2417 14th St. N.W.
139 B St. S.E. ,
Or ph one Franklin 71 |
Prompt ■parcel Post service wherever you are
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