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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, March 23, 1938, Image 28

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Leader Imprisoned Since July of
Last Year—Made Many Visits
to United States.
Word of the death In prison of
Ahn Changho, Korean leader and
patriot, who in 1919 was a member
of the Korean provisional govern
ment. wks received here yesterday by
Ahn Seunghwa, writer connected with
the Korean National Association. 7309
Georgia avenue N.W.
Ahn Changho died March 10 in
Seoul, Korea, where he had been
imprisoned by the Japanese since
July, 1937. He had been sentenced
to serve four years in prison follow
ing participation in a demonstration
against the Japanese in the Kongkou
incident in Shanghai in April, 1932.
At that time six Japanese were killed
by a oomb reportedly thrown by a
Ahn Changho was born in Gangsu,
South Pyeng An Province, Korea, in
1878, and was connected with the
Korean Independence Movement So
ciety with Dr. Philip Jaisohn and
other prominent Koreans. He had
made many visits to the United States
on lecture tours. He is survived by
his widow, three sons and two daugh
ters, all of whom are now American
citizens and live in Los Angeles.
Bach’s ‘Passion According to St.
Matthew’ Will Be Given as
Iienten Oratorio.
The National Symphony Orchestra
will render Bach’s “Passion According
to St. Matthew’’ as a Lenten oratorio,
accompanied by more than 300 voice*,
at 8 p.m. Monty at the Washington
The Washington Choral Society,
conducted by Loula A. Potter, and a
chorus of 200 voices, assisted by
three choirs and soloists, will sing the
various chorales which make up the
The audience will be asked to Join
in one of these, "The Passion Chorale,"
more familiarly known as the hymn
"O Sacred Head Now Wounded,”
which was harmonized by Bach to flt
into the "Passion.”
Lyman McCrary is organist for the
performance and Miss Willa Semple
the pianist.
—— ' ■ •
Handel's first English songs, Includ
ing "Dear Adonis” and “Transporting
Joy,” were discovered recently In a
heap of manuscripts in the British
Museum and published for the first
Bishop Freeman and'Dr. Bohanan
to Take Part in Exercises on
Saturday Afternoon.
The Right Rev. James E. Freeman,
Episcopal Bishop of Washington, as
sisted by Dr. F. J. Bohanan. rector
1 1 ~'1'
®t- Paul’* Church, will lay the cor
nerstone of the new Chapel of the
Holy Comforter at Seventh and Ogle
thorpe streeta N.W., at 3:30 p.m. Sat
urday. i
Erection of the church is fulfill
ment of plans made in 1928, when
the site was purchased. Fund* toward
it* erectioh were raised when the
chapel on Georgia avenue near Madi
son street N.W. was sold last Sep
Telephone District 7200
Sale of
Bright With Silver
Gabardine Ox
ford with braid
trimming. Black,
blue or brown.
You Can Feel the
Difference... When
You Step Into—
A Complete Stock Of These
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Gabardine side
sore step-in in
black, blue, brown,
—Truly it can be said that once you wear
"Naturalizers,” you’ll never wear any other type
of shoe . . . There is such a difference in the way
they feel . . . the way they fit . . . and the way
they look! It's almost like magic the way they
relieve tired and aching feet! Five very stunning
models sketched, but we've many others just as
good looking! Gabardines, kidskins, soft baby
calfskin, patent leathers . . . Black, brown, navy
blue, copper, tropic tan. beige.
Kann's—Fourth Floor
Black kid. five
eyelet oxford with
novelty stitching.
, *6.50
Gabardine Spec
tator strap. Black
with patent trim
ming. Blue with
calf ._S6.50
One eyelet tie
of black gabardine,
with patent trim*
y ming _$6.50
A Special Factory Representative
from the Naturalizer shoe makers will be here
Thursday to suggest the proper selection for
your foot comj^rt.
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$1.69 to $2.95 GOWNS
and UNDIES ...
—When you see the garments and note the savings
you'll know why they were a “sell out” before and will
be again! Women are not just content with one
garment they buy them by the threes and fours!
They are really lovely! . . . And because they are
samples they’re carefully made! Tailored and
trimmed styles of lustrous silk-and-rayon satins,
rayon crepes, satins and rayon taffetas . . Some
frothy with lace, others with ribbons, tucks, hem
stitching. Regular and extra sizes in the group.
Just one or two of a kind, which makes it impossible
to fill mail or phone orders.
Kann's—Second Floor
Our Reg. $5
Rengo Belt
In Two Lengths with Flattening
Front Inner Belt
—This is the regular
style garment that so
many women prefer! Not
close-outs and discontin
ued models, but gar
ments from our own
stock—reduced for this
one day . , , Every cor
l sette fresh and new—
\ and at $1.01 less tomor
Kann's—Second Floor
- • -a
—Fromm Foxc* rorely go on solo!
Thoy or* too quickly mopped up
•t the regular price! These superb
skins from the priced recent catch
(bought at auction a few weeks
ago in Wisconsin) are offered to
you tomorrow at a price we never
dreamed would be possible for /
skins of this type!
V f
X *
$150 to $198 Value*
Now You Can Have
the Thrilling Loveliness of Silver
Foxes You’ve Dreamed About!
_The lovely flottery ond rare beauty for |vfic*'
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you ,.t « Pt|ce »h.t j* ! JusT o, I«ry
ore large ond d..p-.n wi«, the
‘ artist's name, just so every Fromm
Pedigreed Fox bear, the Medallion
and stomp! This medallion bears
the some number os the’"••'""J*®
on the leather side of the pelt olong
with the Fromm trademark .. . ond
it is exchanged for your fox t pedi
gree certificote when you moil it to
Fromm Bros., Inc., Hamburg, Wis
cousin. Most of the skins or. Still unmount.d! But
we'll mount t»\em for you at no extra charge.
Deferred Payritepts
Pay as‘Little as 10* Down ... ^ Balance
y No Carrying Charge if Paid Within 90 D y •
Kann's—Second Floor.

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