THE WASHINGTON TBEES: THURSDAY; JULY 4? 1918.
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of one voice, which he ouU neicr hear
Nervously, anxiously the doc watched
it all and then trotted alongside the
pallbearers, through the line or soldiers
at "present arms." to the crude spot
v. here the clods fell upon the coffins.
Overhead the motors of brother avia
tors purred softly and flowers fell on
The dog knows the spot where his
master is burled, because each day he
trots over there from an aviation park,
where bis friends are, and sits hope
fully, his ears straining for somesomJ
tmn the earth below.
Lowry says that the "chicn" will slow
ly forget and become reconciled to a
new" master, for all soldiers seek to
console him. Moreover, the "chlen is
loyal to France and to the aviaiors. He
saved French lives once and his history
is 'known to thousands of :Idlera,
Taken t the Front.
As Ixnrry tells the pathetic story, the
dog was taken from Germany a puppy
by a Frenchman, who raised him in
southern France, where, amid the sunny
flowers and the growKg grapes, the two
romped in happiness until the war came.
Becoming a distinguished aviator, the
master obtained permission to have the
dog with him In camp. There h Jump
ed and yelped when the master took to
the air In his muchlne. With the me
chanics, he waited and watched for the
return of the machine, and was always
wild in his welcome.
"Ho became very useful in detect-
Inc the sound of boche' motors,"
writes Lowry. "The peculiar sounds
of the motors became so well remem
bered by htm that one day his .wild
barks and tugsin? at the leggings of
the mechanics working' in a hangar
over a machine caused them to follow
him outside and look up to see a Ger
man machine above them. They scur
ried into safety Just as the hangar
was blown up by a German bomb.
After that "chten and the mechan
ics were great partners.
"When the master failed to return
on that last trip, the dog- sat all night
waiting;, peering- into the moonlit sky.
and listening for a sound. He waited
and waited until the body was
brought in, and then I'm told his grief
was almost human. The aviators and
mechanics tried to console him. They
took him to the funeral in an auto
mobile, and they affectionately led
him from the grave In an effort to
make him forget."
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-All the way from the battlo lines
of France comes to a Washinstonlan,
tBob" Hose, for Tears private secre
tary to "William J. Bryan, a soldier!
letter on the funeral of an aviator
hd the broken-heart of the dead
man's dog as he looks and longs for
a. glimpse of his beloved master and
iu only strangers in military uni
forms; hears only the dirgelike music
of an Italian military band; knows
4ply that the master lies cold and
sjlff In a crude wooden box.
The letter i from Ralph J. Lowry.
iormerly of Topeka, Kuu a one-time
student in stenography or -nig jioD.
vaiaster of shorthand.
" Lowry 1 with an engineer regi
ment, and he was an observer of the
funeral, which took place In a homely
shack 61 a chapel near a military Hospital
Foot Go To lien aid.
There were four champions of lib
erty going to their last Ions roll call.
Xhey had been airplane pilots" and
observers, with records that all allied
soldiers admired. So, instead of being
silently and quickly laid away in six
fast of earth, with little ceremony,
thlr memories were honored by a
abort service, at which mass was
ag- and high officers and men, at
tired in brilliant uniforms, paid a last
respect. A. company of Italian sol
diers stood at "parade rest." an Ital
lin military band was to the right,
while here and there, in stole slence.
stood wounded French pollus. The
little chapel was so crowded that the
officers brought up in bis automo
biles stopped outside the door and
adesUy bared their heads.
From one satomooue wmen oroagni
beautiful floral offerings and officers
rt.fja Inrnned ost a blc German police
I doc. Try as fas would to observe, other
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I fcfa Tpip and eyes away from that dog.
which abjectly, numbly and wonaer-1 , . ,.. mis fresh beef in
llndr searched. In all directions for a Washlnrton. O. e. for the week endins
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ONE DAY SALE OF DRESSES
HAPPENINGS IN SOCIETY
Capital Society Participates in Universal Observance of
the Nation's Birthday Anniversary
MEMBERS OF DUTCH
CABINET MAY RESIGN
ROTTERDAM. July 4. Members
or the Dutch cabinet are expected
today to place their resignations in
the hands of Queen Wllhelmlna, says
the Courant. Elections held yester
day throughout Holland passed off
quietly. Yesterday's election was the
first to be held under the one-man-one-vote
law, which increases the
electorate by about half a million.
Returns are Incomplete, but indica
tions are that the balance is slight
ly in favor of the left parties in the
chamber or aepuues.
CHOICE OF 50
CHOICE OF 38
CHOICE OF SO
CHOICE OF SO -,- n
TAFFETA FROCKS. $y()-00
BLACK, NAVY, & COPEN
CHOICE OF 46
3f at lOtb
GsMjevJsaSBX Saturday During July-sad Asnrawt.
The pleasures of motor
ing are enhanced by these
compact, conveniently ar
ranged Motor Restaurants
and Luncheon Cases. A
variety of styles and sizes,
completely fitted with
service for one to seven
Complete line of Thermos and other Vacuum
Bottles, pint and quart; Food Jars, Butter Jars.
'Carafes, Pitchers, Jugs and other vacuum vessels
priced within reason.
General Purpose Trunks,
Army Locker Trunks,
Fitted Bags and Cases.
Becker s Leather Goods Co.
1324-1326 F STREET
INDEPENDENCE DAY is belnc gen
erally celebrated today by Wash
ington society, both official and
Mrs. Wilson will accompany thei
President to Mt. Vernon, and later
will have a number of guests to view
the pageant. Miss Margaret Wilson
out ho hoard as a soloist at the con
cert at the Soldiers' Home to be given
by the French military band.
British Amoassaaor ana t-j ..v.
ing- will be among the special visitors
to Mt. Vernon.
Mrs. Lansing will accompany secre-fno-
Tjimlnr. and many members of
the Diplomatic Corps and their wives
will be there.
th vi President and Mrs. Mar
shall were unable to leave Washing-,
ton on Monday for Michigan as they'
exneeted and left yesterday for
Petotkey. where they will spend sev
noffman-Snlllvan 'Wed dine.
Mr. and Mrs. de Mohrenschildt left
yesterday for Chestnut Hills, Pa., to
attend the wedding of Miss Deta Sul
livan and Lieut. Albert Lincoln Hoff
man. U. S. R.. of New York, now sta
Uoned in this city, which will take
.place on Saturday at noon In St.
Katharine's Church, al St Davids.
Pa. A large reception and breakfast
will follow in the home of the bride's
parents. The Woods, at Radnor, Pa.
Lieut. Hoffman wiU bring his bride
to Washington after their wedding
trip, where they have an apartment
at Mount Alto Inn.
Miss Sullivan will have Tier sister.
Miss Frances L. Sullivan, as her maid
of honor. The other attendants will
be Mrs. Peter Goelet Gerry, matron
of honor: Mrs. Ogden Hoffman. Mrs.
William Paul O'Neill will be matrons
and the Misses Gladys Hinckley,
Elaine Sullivan. Margaret Berwind.
GretchenJJlay. and Mary Brown War
burton the bridesmaids.
Capt. W. WIckham Hoffman, U. S.
R. brother of the briaegroom, wm
serve as best man. The ushers se
lected are Lieut. It. Livingston Sul
livan, O. R. C, brother of the bride;
Murray Hoffman, brother of the
bridegroom: M. Orme Wilson. Jr.,
Percy R. Pyne Id. George B. Wag
staff, William Grosvenor, Birch
Helms, and Thomas Cook.
Tomorrow night Mr. ana Mrs. bui-
Ilvan wiU give a large dinner party
and dance at The Woods for the
Mrs. Lansing-, as chalasan of the
State Department war rellefcoramlt
tee. has arranged to open the band
box the first Saturday of each month
for the sale of articles sent the com
mittee for that purpose. It will be
open all day next Saturday at 1621 H
Mrs. John B. Henderson and her granddaughter, Miss Beatrice Hen
derson, who is a debutante of the future.
Return to Kentucky Home.
Mrs. Richardson Gibson and her
children. Miss Mary Duncan Gibson
and Randall Lee Gibson, will leave
Washington Saturday for the old Gib
son homestead, Ingleslde, in Ken
tucky. They will remain there until
after the wedding onAugust 0, in
Louisville, or Mrs. Gibson's nephew,
Lieut. Addison Gardner Foster, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison G. Foster, of
St. PauL Lieutenant Foster Is sta
tioned in Louisville, and will reside
there with his bride until he goes
abroad. Mr. and Mrs. Foster lived in
Washington about a year ago, occupy
ing a house In O street for one win
ter. Another son. Hart Gibson Foster,
who was stationed at Camp Lee, Va.,
is now serving- in France.
'Senator Andrleus A. Jones will
make an address at the exercises on
the occasion of the commissioning of
the United States ship New Mexico
the largest battleship afloat, to be
held July 8. A silver service will be
presented to the ship.
Andrleus A. Jones. Jr., son of th"
Senator and Mrs. Jones, has gone to
New Mexico to spend the summer
Mrs. August Belmont Is at her place,
Gladbrook Farm. In New Ashford.
At the Independence Day celebra
tlon. in Grace Hall. Willlamstown
Mass., today, Mrs. Belmont will speak
on her experiences In France, where
she spent a greater part or the win
ter. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Slater. Jr..
are at York Beach. Me., for a short
stayj and Mrs. William A. Slater Is
with her daughter. Mrs. Halsey Ma
lone, at Mt. Kisco. K. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Napoleon Bona
parte arrived at Newport from New
York by automobile today.
Senator and Mrs. Peter Goelet Gerry
were among those dining at" the Plaza
Miss Elisabeth B. Thomas, of Hay
market. Va., was married on Satur
day evening, June 29, to Arch Douglas
Donohoe, of Leesburg-, Va., at St. Ste
phen's Episcopal Church, Rev. Ed
mund Stevens officiating. The bride,
who was gowned in white net and
charmeuse. was pivn in marriage by
her aunt. Mrs Harbour H Colbert
Miss Thomas carried a shower bou
quet of Bride roses and sweet peas.
Among the relatives who attended
the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Lu
cius E. Gridley. Misses Helen and
Charlotte Gridley, Mr. and Mrs. Gil
bert Hutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. Km
mctt Hutchinson. Samuel Payne, and
Miss Katherlne Seaton.
After spending some time In the
East. Mr. and Mrs. Donohoe wl'l be
at home In Edward, Mont
Mrs. William J. Boardman and Miss
Boardman have closed their house in
Washington, and will pass the sum
mer In Manchester. Mass.
A number of luncheon parties were
given today at the new Club de
Vlngt seven miles up the Potomac,
also at the Montgomery Country
Club, and the Lock Tavern Club.
For Roumanian Orphans.
Under the auspices of the recently
organized Washington branch of the
American committee for the relief of
the Roumanian war orphans, a bene
fit will be given at the Belasco The
ater at 6 o'clock July 0. Hls high
ness Prince Carol, crown prince of
Roumanla. is honorary president of
the organization, and Miss Wilson Is
the patroness representing the United
States. The program on Tuesday will
be given by Marguerlta Sylva. prima
donna soprano; Rudolph Ganz, pian
ist and, Paul Bleyden, tenor. They
will be assisted by Mr. Stole, of the
Roumanian mission, who will sins
the national anthem of Roumanla.
The officer are Mrs. Theodora V.
Boynton, chairman; Princess Khika
and Mrs. John Allan Dougherty, hon
orary secretaries, and Charles Colfax
Long, treasurer- The Washington
members of the committee are Miss
Helen Woodrow Bones, Mrs. Gordon
Bell, Mrs. Delos A. Blodgett Mrs.
Charles S. BromwelL Miss Mildred
Bromwell. Mrs. H. A. Colman, Mrs.
Alfred Church, Mrs. John Dlx, Miss
Alice Drake, William P. Eno, Miss
Meta Evans. Mrs. G. V. Ehle, Mrs.
Cary Grayson. Mrs. Arthur G. Glas
gow. Mrs. Herbert Hoover, Miss
Hitchcock. Mrs. Charles Colfax Long,
Miss Bessie Kibbey, Mrs. Colin Liv
ingston, Colin Livingston. Mrs. John
L, Morehead, Mrs. Randolph H. Mc
Klm, Mrs. "Walter Penfleld. Mrs.
Charles R. Sheppard. Mrs. Charles S.
Wallace, and Mrs. Charles Broughton
Back From Weddlns; Tenr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Meem. whose
wedding took place in New York June
26. have returned from a short wedding-
trip and after staying- a few
days at the Plaza will go to Bar
Harbor. Me., ror a visit and will re
turn by way or Manchester-by-the-Sea.
where they will visit Mrs.
Meem's sister. Mrs. Richard Dana
Skipper. Mr. and Mrs. Meem will re
turn to Washington August 1. ana
will be at home at the Mendota,
where they have an apartment
Mrs. John Cameron Hawkins, ac
companied her rather and mother.
Senator and Mrs. Robert L. Owens,
home rrom Old Point Comrort where
they spent the week-end, and will
make them a short visit Mrs. Haw
kins has been at Norfolk for some
time. Her husband. Paymaster Haw
kins. U. a N. B-, is stationed there.
Married at St. PnnTs.
A pretty wedding took place yester
day morning at 0 o'clock at St Paul's
Catholic Church when Miss Ethel
Schaeffer, daughter of Mrs. Margaret
Scbaeffer, became the bride of J. M.
Lienenkengel, of Chippewa Falls,
Wir. The Rev. William J. Carroll
performed the ceremony. Only the
relatives and Intimate friends of the
family were present
Miss Gertrude Schaeffer was her
sister's only attendant and the best
man was Chester Warrington. The
ushers were Paul Moran and Edward
Kecnan. The bride, who was given in
marriage by her brother. J. W.
Schaeffer, wore a gown of duchesse
lace over white tulle and satin. Her
tulle veil was held with a band of
silver and orange blossoms, and she
carried stephanotls and lilies of the
valley. Her maid or honor was In
pink georgette crepe, elaborately em
nroldcred, with a hat or white georg
ette crupe. and she carried pink roses
and blueDells. The church was dec
orated in Australian ferns, whlt
roses and lilies. Following the cere
mony, an Informal reception and
breakfast was held in the home of
the bride's mother, at 1R50 Kalorama
road. The decorations In the house
were in pink roses and gladioli. Mr
and Mrs. Lienenkengel left later In
the day for a short wedding trip" In
the West, and will return to Wash
ington the latter part or July. Mra
Lienenkengel wore a traveling suit
of dark blue trlcoUne with a small
dark blue hat
D. C Stapleton. of Omaha, who Is
X w andChafinq
Mothers, don't let your little ones
suffer because of eczemas, rashes,
irritations, itchings, burnings or
chafing. Cuticura will afford in
stant relief, permit rest and sleep
and point to speedy healmen often
when all else seems to fail. Bathe
with hot water and Cuticura Soap,
using plenty of soap, dry and anoint
gently with Cuticura Ointment
These super-creamy emollients are
a boon to tired, fretted mothers of
Stasia Sick Tim st lltO. XddrMa port-eard:
"Osama, Dtp. Hi, BMtm.- SoM mrrvlur.
SomzSs, OlstaaalStaaiOe. TalcaaS.
here for the period of the war. has
returned rrom a lengthy trip to South
America and Panama, lie ana Airs,
Stapleton will leave on Monday ror
a stay In Atlantic City, but will re
turn to -Washington In the autumn.
Mr. and Mrs. Stapleton purchased the
home or Mr. and Mra John Sidney
Webb. 1C17 Massachusetts avenue,
last winter, when they took up their
Brig-. Gen. C F. Lee made a flight
this morning- from Washington to
Elkrldge Kennels, and arrived there
at noon to attend a luncheon given
in honor of tho General and Mrs. Leo
by Mr. ahd Mrs. W. W. Kleth. of Bal
timore. General Wade also made a
flight at Towson. taking part In the
Fourth of Julv celebration there. He
dropped in unexpectedly at the Ken
nels last week, having1 started on a
flight to New York.
Mra Burton Harrison, who has
spent the past few weeks vjsltlng the
family of her son, Fairfax Harrison,
at his place, Belvolr, in Virginia, has
left Washington with her three
young grandchildren for Blue Ridge
Summit Miss Hunt was also a mem
ber of th party and was Mrs. Har
rison's guest there.
. The marriage of Miss Rachel Helen
Nlpps to Ensign Egmont Goetz Hlld-
ner, U. S. N took place yesterday
morning- at 9 o'clock In St John's
Church, the "Rev. Edward Slater Dun
lap officiating. Only the Immediate
families and a very few intimate
friends were present and a breakfast
followed in the home or the bride's
mother In Northbrook courts, ror the
same company. Ensign and Mrs.
Hlldner left immediately after for a
short trip and will be at home, in
Annapolis, at 36 Maryland avenue.
after July 20. The bridegroom is a
son of Prof, and Mrs. J. A. C Hlld
ner, of Ann Arbor Mrs. Hlldner
came on for the wedding and for the
graduation -of her son at Annapolis,
who was a member of this year's
class. Prof. Hlldner could not -come.
The bride graduated on June 27 at
LIEUT. COL. CLARK DIES.
Lieut CoL Rufus B. Clark, con
nected with the quartermaster gen
eral's office here, died after an ill
ness of two months at the Emergency
Hospital yesterday. He was fifty-two
years old and had been In the service
twenty-two years. His body will be
taken to Gainesville. Ga., his former
home. He is survived by a wife and
a sister, who live at Gainesville.
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Phono North 170 relative to spec
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SUMMER HATS of SUMMER FABRICS
Stunning in Style, Light i?i Weight
Fashion this year has helped herself to the materials
of which . dresses are made to create charming hats
for. herself. Among other attractive styles she displays
Fetching Trimmed Organdy Hats
They are the most adorable of styles to wear with -white
dresses, colored wash dresses, or country dob spdrt suits.
In large shapes chiefly, that make a most picturesque addi
tion to a smart summer costume.. Made of white organdy, also
of pink, blue and lavender plain "colors, and some of cross-bar
organdy. Self-trimmed or finished with pearl button or pin.
At $3.95, $5 and $7.50
Also are enjoying Dame Fashion's favor, and are shown
here in whitev navy, pink, and 'other colors with' draped or
fringe trimmed crowns, some trimmed with ribbons, some
with ribbon crowns, and others trimmed with pearl pins or
Dunons. xne better qualities ana larger styles at
the higher price. $5.00 and
Kami's Second Floor.
4 ltua VA
Three Lines of Wash Skirts Claim Special Attention Tomorrow
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ANOTHER UNE WASH SKIRTS
Smart style, good fit
ting skirts of gabardines
in a smooth, lustrous fin
ish, a linese or a firm
Skirts that have all he new points "that
distinguish them as the season's latest
New pockets of many kinds, attached to
the skirt in different ways.
New belts, wide ones, and narrow ones.
Trimmings of buttons are very effective
in the new models.
At $.49 -
Made of gabardines, linenes, and
They" have the. latest style patch
pockets, new belts, and are attractive
ly buttoned trimmed.
Kann's Barsaln Table Street Floor.
WHITE CORDUROY SKIRTS
The new styles look very chic with the new lingerie blouses, and will be es
pecially suitable for wear with sleeveless silk or wool sweater coats, flji Q C
Choice of a good line of these Corduroy Skirts, in all sizes, at spr.7 D
SILK SKIRTS AT $5.95
--Plaids in briglit colors on white or light grounds, dark plaids,
bright stripes on dark grounds, stripes running around or up
and down; also some plain black and plain, navy taffetas. Made
in a variety of styles, shirred or plain waist line. Some with
pockets, others without. All sizes.
Others of better qualities and including crepe de chine, failles,
FSS&iSZ? &:..$6.95 up to $25.0(1
hunt Second Floor.
We Also Have Plenty of
Wash Skirts of other ma
terials and better qualities,
Up to $8.95
A Special in Nemo Corsets
104 pairs of a discontinued Nemo
model we are closing out tomorrow at a
ve'ry special price.
They are made of good quality cou
til, have graduated front steel, two sets
of garters, and are trimmed at top with
Sizes from 23 to 34. T CC
Values up to S3.50. vj) JOU
Choice or the lot tomor
row Kann's Second Floor.
Pleatinga of Organdy are
the Fad of the Hour
--We have a splendid variety of these
pleatings, and the Fichu Bandings in
white and- colors, for making collar and
cuff sets; also suitable for dress trim
mings. They are in a great range flji (LC
of prices, a yard, from 5oc to.. ?' J
Ten different styles of White Organdy
Banding and Pleating, in dif- CQ
ferent widths, a yard...... J"w
Kann's Street Floor.
EXTRA OFFER WINDOW SCREENS
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Values to 59c; QQ
Choice Friday at
Choose from the 15 in. all metal
kind and 15-in. and 18-in. natural
hradwood screens; all of them extend
ed to 33 in. wide. This is an oppor
tunity. Porch Shades,
8 ft. widths, values r 4 CC
to 52.49. FRIDAY- " 33
Imported shades made of selected
bamboo in green only, with closely
set slats. Complete with ropes and
pulleys, ready to hang.
Kann's Third Floor.
"Radmoor" The Hosiery of-Quality
Sold exclusively at this store and worn by discriminating women.
"RADMOOR" all pure silk hose; full
regular made feet, high spliced heels, dou
ble soles, and wide garter tops; fljj I A
in black only. A pair vpi.lU
"RADMOOR" all pure silk hose, a
slightly heavier weight, full regular made,
double soles, high spliced heels, with
garner tops, in white only. A gi' or
Kann's Street Floor.
HEAVY-WEIGHT RADMOOR HOSE,
full regular made, high spliced heels, dou
ble soles, wide garter tops of mercerized
in white!!!'.!!!!.!!!!'.! d1.u5 Pr
"RADMOOR" BOOT HOSE, full reg
ular made feet, with lisle tops, and silk
where it shows; in black, white, Q C
and colors. A pair ODw
36 to 48 inch
of values to $2.
Choice of the
Included are hand made and
machine made oil opaques
mounted on strong spring rol
lers, complete with all fixtures.
Wanted colors in 36, 38, 42, 45
and 48 in. widths. Imperfec
tions are very slight.
Kann's Third Floor.
Laces and Embroideries for Practical Uses
Kinds suitable for the everyday needs of life, for cami
soles, gown's, and other lingerie, and children's dresses;
also for dress trimmings. t
BROKEN SETS OF VAL.
LACES, narrow widths, inser
tions chiefly, a few edges, worth
from 55c to 60c a dozen yards,
tomorrow a 12 yard oC
4-inch COTTON IMITATION
FILET LACE, edgings only,
suitable for camisoles, or trim
ming petticoats, a
LONGCLOTH AND CAM
BRIC SKIRTINGS, 9 to 12
inches wide, in blind and open
work embroidery, heavily em
broidered edges, in hand em
broidered effects, and very
pretty patterns, a OKt
Kann's Street Floor .
piece for. .
NEW BATISTE AND OR
GANDY EDGINGS, white
batiste with white embroidery,
or white organdy with colored
edges. Designed for making
the new collar and cuffs to.
wear on crepe dresses Cfl-
yard. 29c, 50c and.... ""C
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