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lo" THE WASHINGTON TIMES,1 FRIDAY; OCTOBER 20; 1916. S'",3 ITEMS OF INTEREST ABOUT TOWH News and Gossip o. Washing ton and Washlngtonians Tersely Told. The modern girl i very much In evidence on the Washington nlny grounds. Here's new line of ac tivity in wmcn i Is engagedt A two and a half mile rnco wai run starting from Gal linger l'layground, Eighteenth and C atreeta northwest, yesterday entirely for girls. It took the form or a hare " r and hounds chase, '(" vaA tr J the course leartlnpf-v. J over the fields of Potomac Park around tho Un-wmmtKmmimtmmmi coin Memorial. The "hares1' escaped, arriving at the starting point five minutes before their pursuers. Miss Katherlne O. Whltcomb, director of the ground served a hot luncheon lo the party after the chase. Those who participated are Sadlo Cohen. Mildred Shultx. Helen Chlam. Margaret Keehan, Evelyn Hhults, and Lena Walker, hates, and Mary Fol Hard, Oeraldlne Harvey, Florence May, Mary, McMahon, Kmma Blllott, Roso Young, and Ixiulse Hall, hounds. Arrange Fraternity Smoker. Joseph II. Choato Chapter of the Sig ma Nu Phi Fraternity will .give a smoker at the University Club the even ing of October a. Daughters of Isabella Banquet. District. Court No. 211, National Order Daughters of Isabella, celebrated Its third anniversary at a banquet last night, In the New Ebbltt. Mrs. George A. Howe, grand regent of the order was toastrnlstresa. There were more than 100 members In attendance. Arte Club. to JIare Dinner. An East Indian dinner will be given at the club house of the .Washington Arts Club on Sunday evenlbg. Following the dinner- the first of a series of Sunday evening concert will be given. Dr. Van Schaick to Speak. The rtov. John Van Schaick, jr., presi dent of the Board of Education, will speak tonight before tho.Emery-Ecklnp-ton Home and School Association In the Emery School, Judge Latimer to Speak. Judge J. WUmer Latimer, of the Dis trict Juvenile Court, will speak before the Btato commlttoo of the p. A. R. meeting at the residence of the chair man, Mrs. Clarence F. Curtis, 407 D street northeast, October 21, at 3;30 o'clbck. Level Club Jto Meet. Six new member oJ-o to be admitted at the business meeting of tho Level Club of the Department of Commerce on the evening of October 28. Returning field employes will tell of their experi ences. , Mt. Plcasant'a Citizens to Meet. The Mt. Measant Cttlsens' Association will hold Its next fait meeting tomor row evening at the Drown Detty Inn, corner of Park road and Sixteenth street. Paper on Philosophy. At a meeting of the Society for Phil osophical Inquiry, to be held at the Publlo Library, tomorrow at 4:46 p. m., Prof. Wllllart M. Coleman will read a paper cniUIed "Philosophy As Related Toi Sociology." Kappa Alphas to Meet. The II rat fall meeting of Washington Alumni Chapter, Kappa Alpha Frater nity, will be held at tho chapter house, 2011 Columbia road northwest, tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. The weekly lunch eon will be held at the Ebbltt tomor row at 1 o'clock. COUPLE HELD FOR THEFT OF PLATINUM New York Man and Wife Charged by Chicago Firm. , NEW YORK, Oct. . Peter De Roos and his wife, Mrs. draco De Roos, gave bonds of $1,000 each before Judge Humphrey -In the Queen county court yesterday pending the out come of pro ceedings to extradite them to Chicago on charges of grand larceny. , i They were arrested at their horns Wednesday evening by Detectives En nls Dwyer and Knapp, of the Queens detective bureau, who were accompan ied by Detectlvo Sergeant Mulvlhlll, of Chicago. Mulvlhlll had a warrant Is sued In Chicago, which charged De Roos with tho larceny of 12H penny welsh ta of nlatlnum and Mrs. Da Roos ,woa charged with the theft of TO pen- iiyweiBiiia or mo mciui. Mrs. De Roos Is a daughter of John R. Murray, a wealthy resident of Rock away Reach,' who furnished the bonds. Immediately following tho arraignment Mulvlhlll started for Albany to get ex tradition papers. The complaint against the couple was made by Frank Mulhennlng. represent ing the firm of J. Mulhennlng, of Chi cago. Quickest Service to Baltimore. Every hour on the hour, Baltimore & Ohio. $1.75 round trip. Saturdays and Sun days. ll.M.-Advt. STREET HEARS BANKER "PEGS" WILSON BETS , hi Gratitude Given as Cause Real Odds Unchanged. NEW YORK, Oct. 20-Rumor In politi cal circles says a banker In Wall street, who recently received an honorary ap pointment from President, Is using his money freely to Influence the betting odds In favor of the Democratic candi date. Reports of tho tightening of the odds against Wilson to 10 to 9, and reported offers of even money, followed the rumor.1 The verified wagors, however remained Arm at 10 to 8. Odds of 10 to 7 that Hughes would carry. New York State, similar odds that Hughes would carry New Jersey, and even money on the result In Ohio were reported. ' LOCAL MENTION. Mr prices are the lowest when qual ity of work Is considered, of any in the city. Dr. Vaughan. 07 7th St. N.W. WE WOULD Ilk to doubU your Ineome mil wT Tti Mutual Ufa, Tho. p. Motiijl UfT., Soulh.ru bids'. Oeo4 ttrma to producer. Tha Sunday Evening Times has an the acknowledged advantages of evening newspaper circulation with none of tha disadvantages of Sunday "ihi. iwvmimvtm .. Mny WQUOMl Yale Has 3,305 Students. NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. 20.-The otal student registration at Yale, as announced today, U 3,305, against J, 260 laat year. Increases are noted In the schools of law, medicine, religion, and fine arts. The enrollment In Yale Col lege la 1,609 ana In Sheffield Scientific School 93. Members of the faculty and officers of the university number (609. $10,000,0(Mlin Gold Arrive! - PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 20.-A ship ment of 110,000,000 In gold bullion, sent by the allies In payment for munitions and othor supplies, arrived in Philadel phia yesterday over the Pennsylvania rallroaH. Armed guards accompanied the train and supervised the transfer of the gold to the mint Tho shipment waa consigned to J, P. Morgan & Go. , ift ! A.M. I P.M. STARS GARDEN IRENE H0WLEY DATES TODAY SAT. I P.M. Till PLAYS) I5c S LIFE'S SHADOWS EXTRA RODRHARY TIIKBY in "A PRRaianrif.M'P wnniiin.ti BrECIAl 1IAWB A FHIT7, KATZEW JAMHBft KIDS CARTOON. IOC 11& STRAND LILLIAN GISH T.:- i5c TODAY SAT. S DUNE OF THE FOLLIES 1 EXTRA-HUGU PAY Iff "BUB LOVED A BAILOR.1 KANN'S Optn 8i48 A.M. Close Bi30 VM. Saturday, Close P.BI. KANN'S All Car Reach Kann'a Either Direct or Dy Transfer. KANN'S October 30th, IBIS. Weather Atrraya Good At Kami's. KANN'S COAT DAY AGAIN SATURDAY With Emphatically the Season's Best Values in the Newest and Smartest Models for Every Feminine Member of the Family Little Tots, Young Girls, Juniors, Misses and Women Are All Amply Provided For Investigate the wonderful offers we are presenting you will agree they are the best to be had in all Washington. We were never so well prepared to supply your desires in this, the greatest coat season in years. Stunning Coats at $19S $25 $29 39 For women, misses, and juniors. Coats for every occasion, made from Salts Eequimette Plush, Wool Velours, Bolivia Cloth, Kitten Ear, Duvetyn, Broadcloth, English Mix tures, Lynx Cloth, Zibeline, and Plaids. Smart belted styles and full flare effects, many of them with large collars that can be buttoned close to the chin ; some have seal collars, some have collars of raccoon, others with plush or velvet collars. Colors include Burgundy, navy, taupe, green, and brown, also black. Plenty of sizes for large women in this excellent showing. X?tP it Jb5 ls4r w5S mI jv I &iwJ,Vw' 'XL wJBi Warn irWirT T - lib 1 J TP1 v' nr f vi u. iii J uw Girb' and Misses' Coats at $10.95 Charming styles of mixtures, plaids, and cheviots in brown, green, and navy. Sizes 8 to 13 and 14 to 18. Children's Chinchilla Cloth Coats at $4.98 For the little folks of 2 to 6 years, beautiful quality coats, double breasted style, in brown or gray with velvet or self collars. Sizes 2 to 6 years. Other styles of coats for Little Folks, made of imported plushes, corduroys, velvets, wool plush, and zibeline, priced $8.95 to $25.00. Girls' Smart Coats at $15.00, $16.50, $19.75 Made of Salts Fine Plush, the material noted for its beauty and wearing qualities. Trimmed with fur. Sizes 8 to 14 only. Children's Tailored Coats at $7.50 Sizes 2 to 6 years, of corduroy, zibeline, or cheviot. Double breasted and belted models, some trimmed with plush, others are self trimmed. I Don't Know What It All Can Mean, Unless It Can Be It It HALLOWEEN For all around in Kann's Big Store, Downstairs, and Upstairs on the Fourth Floor, Witches and Ghosts and Big Black Cats Nod mysteriously to Pumpkins and Bats! , Halloween Costumes, novelties, and noisemakers in the Toy Store Fourth Floor. ' Halloween Table Decorations, Favors, Place Cards, and Post Cards Stationery Store Street Floor. Halloween Candies and funny little table tricks, etc., at the Candy Store Street Floor. Tomorrow Our Annual Opening Sale of UNDRESSED DOLLS With Immense Quantities of the Best Made and Prettiest Dolls at the Same Low Prices That Have Always Prevailed Here. But do not delay because we say immense quantities to select from, for, when these are gone, we will be unable to get more imported dolls and surely never to sell at the prices. A Big Wholesaler Told Us Today We Were Foolish To Sell at the Prices, That We Could Get Twice As Much For Them Owing to the Scarcity. We prefer, however, to give you the benefit of our forethought last January in buying every dolK we could find, and in every instance buying at a low price because of the quantity purchases. Select Tomorrow To Be Sure of Getting the Doll You Want and to Avoid Last Minute Disappointment. A Deposit Reserves Your Purchase Kann Fourth Floor. Kann's Second Floor. Beautiful Steel Beaded MOIRE SILK AND PANNE VELVET BAGS In a Special Sale d QQ Tomorrow at $ J Artistic designs in steel beads are the rage in hand bags; and Washington women vill be glad of the opportunity tomorrow to get some very smart styles at this- special price. There are 10 styles; in black and navy which for you? Special Silk Bags, made of high-grade Roman stripe silk, in bright colors. These also have found favor with women this sea son; and we are showing some very QQ pretty ones. Tomorrow at " Ov Kann's Street Floor, 4R 1.r4r-t -9 Gold and Silver Lace Enters Largely Into the Construction of the New Trimmed Hats at $7.50 and 0.00 Hats with gold brims or silver brims, and tops of velvet, or exactly reversed. The combination of this gold and silver lace with brown, blue, black, rose, and other shades is exquisite and brings visions of the Fifteenth Century gold and silver lace days. IN BLACK VELVET HATS We have a fine as- Isortment with effective trimmings of small gold or r silver roses, fur ornaments, and other effects. In 4 small, close shapes, or the popular sailor models. k This is our famous line of "La Premiere" Trimmed Hats at , ICiinn's Second Floor, Kfr iPWbilriitrt 5 00 Jabots New Stocks and Return to Great Popularity Many women are buying them to wear with their new coat suits, and to meet the great demand we have secured a splendid assortment. Cloose from a long range of prices from 50c up to $2.25 Among them are the following, of course not all at every price, but priced according to qualify and elaborateness: Orlentnl lace stocks, with attached Jabot, finished with small pearl but tons, stock finished at top with eatln binding. GeorKottte crepe stocks, hemstitch ed finish, with natln fold at top, at tached Jabot of ombroldercd Georg ette crepe. , Georgette crope crush collar with attached Jabot, finished with hem stitching and tucks. Satin stocks with net Jabot, em broidered edge, and little pearl buttons. Net stocks, with black scalloped edge. Beautiful ecru Oriental lace stock, pined at top with white satin, full jabot, of the lace, white satin but tons. Silk stock, with double front frill, and turn over collars of net, stitched In black to match the silk HtocU, Plain tucked net, also luce trim med net stocks, finished with net Jabot. And many others not mentioned, 'Kann's Street Floor. Swiss embroideries, etc. I Crepe de Chine Bodices - A New Line of HARD SUGAR CANDIES 11...1.. irnii.....i.L. MM.laa nr fnr ntiv Mm iMnln nr niled rnndlns. and all delicious. Special tomorrow. OAr ; u pound , t,. ..,, , OUCji NUT TAFKY, made In o ir tandy Factory, filled with cocoanut, Qft I ! walnut, or peanuts. Special, a pound tomorrow , OUt ; CHOCOLATK FUDQ13 CAUAMM48, filled with walnuts, a Qfln Uv I !; pound, tomorrow Kann'a Street Floor. s rto.rtrrerr4-r-. J' J niAiiUJDSYCOENER" I 0 OTH ST. AND FEWNA. AVE.y J Dainty Bodices Of Crepe de Chine Wash Satin Jersey Silk 4 a bewildering variety of styles, with elaborate trimmings of fine laces,;! jj Bodices J iat 75c 3 styles; trim- ;med with val lace, i; Swiss embroidery iand insertion. i ; Crepe De Chine and Satin Bodices At $1. 15 styles, including beautifully trimmed 1 : iUUUCIO W1WI IUUCD, UIJIUIUJUCiJUBt UUUUllDf ' nfrt rind nlnln fnltnfvirl AtTafa trffVi vttliKnn ;' straps) or hemstitched finishing. Some : ' have sleeves 01 lace and net. at $2i 14 styles: wlth:: finest French val:; laces; others with beautiful medal lions, fine Swiss embrolderyj Inser- tfnnc ff QnmA i.UW, W.W, ..,W with rosettes. Better Qualities at $2.50 Crepe Silk $1.25 $1.50 $2.00 Do Chine Satin Jersey Bodices At $1.50. 10 styles, with and without sleeves: in whtto and pink) some richly adorned with. !; laces, ribbons and embroideries; others 1 ' of rlptlv tndnrod. fSomn trimmpH with ! ; cream laces. Black China Silk Bodices, to wear un der sheer black waists; with half and;; three-quarter sleeves; high "V" necks; or;! low nock styles. Also white and pink bodices, Full line Black Lawn Bodices, 25c, 39c, 50c. Kann's Second Floor. l ? j ) H V VMl t9nt4rttreerreerrrtrrttrrer-T-r- V1WW t'