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10 THE WASHINGTON TBIES, TUESDAY; AUGUST 27; 1918. raJJ 'tiif-Jf"11! VICTORY IN SIGHT SAYS SEN. SMITH Senator Hoke Smith of Georcla, peaking before the convention of the Federal Board of Tarm Organiza tion today, predicted the end of the war by an allied -rlctory of arms within six months. 'The time when Germany might hare won the war is past," declared Senator Smith. "Even the Kaiser and his Potsdam gang realize that the time has arrived when American millions have definitely turned th balance against the Hohenzollerns and the militaristic brutality they represent." "This war has been won three times," declared Congressman Ben Tillman of Arkansas. "The first vic tory was scored when Belgium's thousands hurled back the Hunnlsh hordes, while the French and British were mobilizing; the second when Britain's fleets cleared the seas of Teuton ships, and the third with the landing in France of nearly two mil lions of Yankee fighters. The Ameri can army can't be held back." Senator Joseph Robinson of Arkan u, also delivered a short attdress "Never has a battle been won in the history of the United States that the i fanners of the country did not play a considerable part." L. M. Rhodes, com missioner, Florida State marketing bureau, told the convention. "Over COO.000.000 acres of land have been planted to crops In the United States to furnish food daring war times; 00,000,000.000 pounds of beef and as Band Concert TONIGHT AT ' GRANT CHICLE (PETWORTH) AT 7 JO P M BT THE MARINE nAND. WALTER r SMITH, Second Leader. "Marche Lorraine . ... Ganne overture "Giovanni d Areo" . Verdi Mosaic "The Defender" Dennee Serenade "The Harlequin's Millions." Drlro Patrol "American" Meacham Waltz 'The Dollar Trincess".... Fall Fantasia "French Melodies" . ...Kappey Synopsis March "a Parlslenne," "The Mun ol urmany, "Heaven's Festival." "Rlrd, Star and Blossom." "Ever Alone." "Adieu. Fair France," "T.he Response of ion r lowers. i no LAnrnsre or Flowers, "If Tou Regret Me," "La Marsellalse." Italian National Air "March Reale." "The Star-Spancled Banner" much wheat have been shipped to the allloki by the American farmer; while 1,200.000 women and girls are tolling in the fields In order to-aid '-In the greater praductlon of foodstuffs. The embattled American farmers are standing behind the President, behind Congress, and behind the Yankee sol diers, .until the war Is won." Charles S. Barrett, of Union City, Ga., member of the executive com mittee. Is presiding as chairman of the convention, which will continue at the New Ebbitt Hotel through Au gust 2S and 29. CZECHS ROUT MAGYARS PEKING. Aug. 27. General Semen off. in command of a force of Czecho slovaks numbering several thousand. has attacked and defeated a Magyar Bolshevist force at Motslevskala, Si- oeria. ins town ana many prisoners. S. 0. S. CLUB KEEPS THE BOYS SMILING The S. O. S. Club, or Save Our Smiles Club, organized by Washing ton society women. Including Mrs. David Klncheloe. wife of Congress man Kjncheloe of Kentucky, and Mrs. Alben W. Barkley, wife' of the Con gressman from .Kentucky. Is today the newest war-time club. Mrs. C. R. Zappone. of West Ward man courts, organizer of the club, explained the motif, which Is. "Keep the hoys smiling." She refers to the many wounded soldiers just returned from the battlefront or France and who are now in military hospitals re covering from wounds. "These boys, far away from home and friends, get lonesome," said Mrs. Zappone. "They sit In the hospital wards all day long with no one to talk to. The time drags." Takes Them Riding. From the time this thought oc curred to Mrs. Zappone In April last she has had the habit of taking a flock of automobiles out to Walter Reed Hospital, tuckmg the boys In and borrowing them for part of the day. She has entertained them at the matinee, dinner parties, roof gar dens, and the like. The Save Our Smiles Club, growing including ar5arge number of wound- out ,or..M"- zPJon.e h"j.of D"- ed. were taken. The work of th . . "'" """ "."'" """ "" . 1 -a Bi sh es, -MaiHKaBli tsst -' W -pv b-m Japanese in strengthening th ri- ' - uiirau of from nese frontier made the attack pos- TV?ly """" nmDr"" ,n; ... r I rlttrl1vin M XT ost t t trVTTI ls m z sauuaaa. ui Da ..! m cm v u itKiUB. sji slble. End-of-the-Month Sal Again tomorrow we hold an "End-of-the-Month" Sale, and that this announce ment contains news of the most vital in terest to every woman goes without say ing. Don't overlook a single" item. You'll save money if you make Kafka's j'our "objective" today and Wednesday. HAPPENINGS IN SOCIETY, President and Mrs. Wilson View "-America's Answer." Dr. Brum Feted Washingtonians at the Resorts. T sjrkfte -n Sklrta. rf. -d .-f really Virrth to X5.ll ;J) J .JJU SIUc Cassjssstea, values Qf that sold far xnnoh more QC BjiOisu Chr !,. -addys. Waft Satma, an Silka Rae Skirts) asM t $1.95 fOJf: sms. Nrelty J)iUU dots, Popllna fwswvr Sat-- nr 0er-3)I3:Ull tn Jreiaa. geCe Tmmes Sssinir Bata ta Sstsjstrem, SIJs- $1.00 $2.95 ZLS-ZTZ $10.00 It lOk ria.r i( An JIU.UU $1.50 $1.00 Tftcbsts that Ml np to S W fwr Watrta that aeld bp to n.M for .. CHILDREN'S DEPT. 4 White Onsw, dotted Swiss, mocked in pink and blue; 2 3 and 4 JiZ.Za years; J.M. now... V IS Chaxabray Branca, ptek. bin. and tan; 2- to ( yearn $3.50 to $135 $2.50 to $1.25 Selal BayV Ssrtm Lot f white and colored chambrays: attract- J) I AS ive styles: 2 to yra. X J Od Sweater. Lot of children's nghtlysoiled' 53.50 to $1.50 4 All-wool Sweat ers, Oxfords; size 2 years; lz0. now. 24 Middy Blovem. ree o station and. coat stylea; JVC 18 Middy Sktxim. In " t nrk white and navy gal- $ .QQ Ssxocka, In tan, bin. -p-and green: U.JS; now.. ? una &ot nismaera, i 5oanerd ?"? "chUy 75c e ChUdrrm's r-K Hata. m -trimmed with pink and .Tllf blue; J1.2S; now W- $1.50 H Many Other Items to Be Closed Out Before Beginning Next Month's Business aiWf $ at tots j Chevy Chase, wife of the author, and ' Mrs. Logan Thompson, wife of Colo nel Thompson. For the benefit of those who would ' MUe to form a similar club, Mrs. Zap pone gives an outline of her enter tainments from the time the club was iUrted In April till today. Trip to Mount Vernon, taking fifty boys. Trip to W. B. Griffith's farm in Marlborough county, Md taking Ofty-five boys. Trip to Potomac Boat Club, fifty five boys. Roof garden party at Wardman courts, fifty-five boys. Second trip to Mount Vernon, 105 boys. A number of trips to Keith's. Dinner parties. COMPANY OFFICER DENY IRREGULARITY Denying Irregularity In manage ment of the Publicity Corporation, its officers, Harvey E. Jester, president; Homer Joseph Dodge, secretary, and Edward A. Gross, treasurer, today filed their answer to the suit of George II. Gail, who alleged that he nas Illegally ousted from office as secretary and treasurer of the concern, and asked for an accounting. The officers of the corporation. r through Attorney Frank J. Hogan and William II. Donovan, deny that Gall wai removed from office Irregularly, and say he attended a meeting of common stockholders November 14, 1917. at which by their majority vote he was removed as treasurer. It is asstrted that Gall, who wai present at this meeting, "acquiesced" in the action of the stockholders The officers allege that Gall "wrongfully removed valuable records and docu ments of the corporation, which he has never returned, although in his presence It was voted that he should transfer to Dodge, his successor, such papers and documents." In asking for dismissal of the suit. I the officers of the concern allege that ; Gall "was a detriment and hindranc to me success oi ino ousincss, ana that "shortly after he was removed frnm office he established .1 romn- I ing business." HE President and Mrs. Wil son occupied a box at th? Belasco Theater last evening n OMA HArri.vli'. A i tr s- the thrilling war film put out. by ths Committee on Public Information. Their guests were Miss Edith Ben ham, Prof. Stockton Axson and John Randolph Boiling. This morning the President and Mrs. Wilson played golf. The first showing of the new war film vas made a gala occasion and official society was well represented In the brilliant audience. The Sec retary of State and Mrs. Lansing oc cupied a box adjoining that of the President, and had as guests. Dr. Baltasar Brum, minister of foreign affairs of Uruguay, and other mem bers of the mission. Nearby were the Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs. McAdoo, Herbert C Hoover, and Bernard Baruch. The Secretary of War and Mrs. Baker had their small son, N'wton D. Baker, 3d, and little Miss Betty Baker v. Ith them. The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Daniels had several young people In their box, and the Secretary of the Interior and Mrs. Lane had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Lathrop Brown and Miss Nancy Lane. On the other side were the Postmaster General and Mrs. Burleson and their two daugh ter. George Creel, chairman of the Committee on Public Information, also had a box. Among the army and navy mei present were MaJ. Gen. George Bar nett,. Brig. Gen, Gedrge O. Squler, Brig. Gen, Frank Mclntyre, and Pay master Gen. Samuel McGowan. One noted numerous Senators and Representatives, many of them alone, or in little masculine parties, their wives being still away, and also In some Instances groups of women. One quartet of Senators' wives headed by Mrs. Claude Swanson, seemed to have left their husbands at home. Entertain. .Uruguayan Mission. Senator Wlllard Saulsbury. Presi dent pro tempore of the Senate, en tertained at luncheon today at the Capitol In compliment to Dr. Baltasar Brum and the other members of the Uruguayan mission. Among the guests to meet them were the Speak er of the House, Champ Clark; Sena tor Henry Cabot Lodge, Senator Frank Brandegee, Senator John Wal ter Smith of Maryland. Senator Mar cus A. -Smith of Ariiona, Congress man Henry D. Flood. Breckinridge Long, Third Assistant Secretary of State; John Barrett, Jordan Herbert Stabler, of the State Department, and Hugo de Pena, charge d'affaires of Uruguay. This evening Dr. Brum will enter tain at dinner at the Pan-American building in compliment to the Sec retary of State. This will be by way of a farewell, as the mission lea-es Washington tomorrow. The party will go from here to Philadelphia to inspect the shipyards at Hog Island and afterward to Atlantic City for a few days Dr. Brum will visit sev eral other cities before returning to Uruguay William Phillips. Assistant Secre tary of State, has left Washington for his vacation. He. will join Mrs. Phil lips at Highover. their summer home at North Beverly. Mass, and within a few days they will go Into the Maine woods to remain several weeks. Senator Smith Returns. Senator and Mrs. Hoke Smith, who hae recently returned from a visit at their home in Atlanta. Ga.. have given up their residence, 2117 Cali fornia street, and expect to spend the wirter at a hotel. The house has been leased to Major Lyman, ord nance corps. U. S A. Senator and Mrs. Smith's son. Ma rion Smith, of Atlanta, has enlisted and will go tomorrow to the officers' training camp at Louisville. Ky. Mrs. Marlon Smith will remain In Atlanta with her mother. Rear Admiral and Mrs. Roger Welles are in Washington after a visit to Miss Martha Codman at Newport. " llssTjssTsasr. - V- -:.; PUssH S " M lasasasasasasassWtasU'i.t t'b -assHH- mmnm8L . i : BsasasLLLLLBsaFiCsP&'?-.i nSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBBSBSSSSJBSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSr H P(lsasasasasasBHHK7 jsl jPTstsH l 'BBIsasTsT'"' X jsasasTs I MF j"r .? t& .JssTtsrtsrSBsl I JPr jFyfr. -'.',.' .lJsiWsssssssl MRS. CHARLES SELDEN, Jp, who has returned to ber home at 2118 Connecticut avenue after spending some time at Deer Park, Md. ri First!- Because they're just the things you need most at this moment. Because we're never "just out" of what ou ask for! Be cause ou'll pay a lower price here for a bet ter quality1 Whirlyflaes for the front of vour car Red white and blue Evervbodv has t-ne $1.00 Knickerbocker Bath Sprays make a shower bath of am tub f jrrj one with jou $2 to $5 Bee Brand Root Beer One bottle makes fie gal lons Get a bot tle todai 13c lDryqi js liiore Finally! Because these stores are the "Fountain Head" of supply for all these lines for Washineton. They're stores of INTELLIGENT SERVICE, which means promptness first careful consideration of your wants next and sincere interest in YOU through it all. 2 Bath ng Capo Atlantic Cltv styles, made of best rubber Ser icrable and be coming 19c to 59c People's Blend Coffee Slmplv delic ious Th- equal of Z5c grades. 21c lb. For a Satin Skin Apply Satin 'kin Cream, then Satin Skin Pow der 31c size, 20o II m-mm:m wm-y Toilet Necessities Binds' Honey and Almond Crram, 50c bottle 4 Sempre Clotlar, a cream in cake form, COc size Frostllla, for rough skin, 2; size Jnpalm. Almond Cold Crrnm. best for dry and urinkled akin C3r size ,23e Odorono Toilet Water, kills perspiration odors, J3c size Z3e Sorbatal Antiseptic Powder, for exccssle perspiration . 25c Everaweet rersplratlon Crram. 25c size 19e Ifetit.l Vanity Cream, pre vents perspiration 25e .48c :ie Odor Swret, dainty perspira tion deodorant se Wsodbarya Facial Crram. 25c lze .. ...lie S5c J e m Ajnerlesa Ar bnlns Talcum, J 5c. 35e Formal dehyde rami. mora for alek rooms Sc. Reliable Family Remedies Talocldr. for sore feet People's price S3e .plro Powder, pfr spiratlon deodorant, 25c size 19c Collrrlqm Wyeth People's price 50c Cat Ira rn Ointment. People's prices, 22c !c. nnd H5c Carbon. Peoples prion 13c, S3r, X :tc CaKcareU, I'eople's prltes. 10c, 33c A 5e Doan'n Kidney Pills.. People's price . . 53c 1J. D. U. People's prices. 9e. 4Bc A 89c Ie 'W ltf Kidney PI 1 1 People's prices.. 39c and ?9e Dobell'a Solution. People's price, pint 15c l)loxoc;en. People' prices Sir, 3!lr, A- S9c Gray'. Glrrerlne Tonic. People's prices 0r and S1JM) i:no- Trait Salt. People's pri e lb h3e I'lr'm Crram Balm People's price 40r and SOe Fl.ld i:xr.et Ca cara Aromatic. I'eo ple's price 3 oz Be Epson Salt. Peo ple's price, lb. ..8c Falrehild'a Pepsin People's prices ..49c and 89c KormalU. (Wam pole's) People-'s prices... 3Ue and 49e Flnld Kxlraet C car. (Bitter).. Peo ple's Drlcc, 2 oz..Ke Gets-It... Prople'H price . 29c t.'arflrld Tea People's, prices, 10c, 20 A 3Dc (andeH Pepto-alan-Kan.. I'eople's price 98c Glover". M a a k e Remedy People's price ...... 45c For Freckles and Sunburn BarnanT. Double trrndh Complex ion and I'rrcklr Cream makes Hie freckles disap pear and Ieav the skin soft an I clear Regular XI 00 sire for S9r Barnard's Complex. Ion Cream will re move tan, freckle3, pimples, black heads and red, oily skin bv ap plying a little ev ery nlffht. 1-oz. Jar 25 Duchesne Almond and Cucumber Cream will heal rough skin, sun burn and wind burn and make the skin soft and white: regular 75c size 59p Shaving Soaps Williams Shavlnc Crram, stick or powder .... -..... 25c Colcule's Shavlnc Stick. Cream or Powder ...30c Cutlcura Shuilnc Stick... .23c 'ear' Knicll.h Mintlne Stick 29c ItrHlnol Shatlna; Mirk ..23c l'nlniolle Shnvlnic I ream 29c 1 tinker Sbalni; lake 13c Williams' (lulrk nnd i;y Shn- Inic Cake 10c Wllllamo' Barber Bar Shnli Cake, I3ct 2 for 25c Colcatr' Slue Soup .. Williams' Luxury Cake ....... Euxsls Shavlnc Crram fohnson's ShavInK Soap Crram 23c tinmen's Shavlnc Cream. ...29c Barnard's Razor-old Shavlnc Cream, makes shavlnc easy and at the same time keeps the skin In cood condition; larce tube .... . . ........ 5c .. Sc Shavlnc .. . 23e .39c Havana Sec ond, 2c each: 13 for 25c. "I.ndy l'lor-e-iee' Cboro Inte covered Krultn anil Nuts, lb, box, 4lir. 0 1 II o. 3 '. f 7th & E SU. N. W. V, 7th & K SU. N. W, . 14th & USts. N. W. 7th & MSU. N. W. 8th & HSLi. N. E. ri Mr. and Mrs. Tucker K. Sands have leased their residence, 3401 .Massa chusetts avenue, to Lieut, and Mrs. Charles Wadsworth Howard, of few York, for the comlnc winter The house has recently been let to Mr. and Mrs. (lien Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Sands have been maklnc their home at ths Wlllard. Quite the most picturesque of the many functions civen In honor of Dr Brum and the members of his suite was the garden party at the Pan-American building yesterday afternoon, at which John Barrett, di rector general of the Pan-American Union, was host. The weather was most auspicious for an al fresco party, and the Aztec garden, with its shady terraces. Its bordered walks, its lily dotted pool, and Its lines of tall pop lars standing cuard, provided a per fect sitting. The reception i small and marked by considerable Informality, ana was the more charming for that. Mr. Barrett was assisted in receiving by Mr itobert Lapsing and Mrs. Hugo de Pena," wife of the charge d'affaires of Uruguay, the members of the mission standing with them. The line formed on the terrace before the Pan-American Annex, which is shaded from the western sun, with the charming "blue grotto" as a back ground, and the sunken garden and "pool of the San Indian" at Its feet. Mrs Julius Lay and Mme. Fran cisco J. Yanes presided at the dainty tea tables, about which clustered with picturesque effect men in sum mer nannels and the uniforms or many nations and women in light colored gowns. Many men prominent In official life arrived alone, their wives being still by the sea or In the mountains. Of this number were the ambassador of Brazil. Mr da Gama, and the ambassador of Argentina. Dr. Kaon, who headed the diplomatic contin gent; Congressman Henry D. 1'lood, MaJ Gen George Barnett. Richard Crane, 3d, Breckinridge Long, Third Aisistant -ecretary of Mate, and Jordan Herbert Stabler, of the Stat: Department. Other njtables present were MaJ. Gen J. D. McLachlan. military at tache of tho BritMi embassy; the Minister of Cuba and Mme. de Ces pcde. who arrived late; the minis ter of Panama. Dr. Porras; Miss Pat ten, Sirs Joseph Crawford. Miss Carj Craw ford. Mrs. 1'cssenden Me serve, and her daughter. Miss Las- jcelle MmCluskcy. Mrs. Morris Kvans. j Miss Meta i:van. Colonel Lee, the famous British flyer; Miss Gladys Him-kUy. I.icut and Mme. Marqui san. M and Mme Claude I-anglais. General (.uglii-lmottl, military at tache of the Italian legation; J. 11 Lefevre, secretary of the Panama legation, Hugo V. de Tcna, charge d'affaires of Uruguay; the charge d'affaires of Salvador. Mr. Reyes Guerra. and his bride; the Misses (Cliamorro, dauKhtcrs of the minister I of Nicaragua. Rear Admiral and Mrs I V Interlialier. and the Misses Marie and IJntd Slins The new Sw.'i Minister to Japan. (Jean Gignnux. was ulxo present, as j were Lieut Arthue Ilradlei Camp bell, .Mr and Mrs Clifford Iierrjman. Dr. John ("ravke Simpson. Mrs Loren B. Johnson, Lieut, and Mrs. George Ix-roy liojle. Surgeon General Will- lam c Gorgas, and many others prominent in the various circles of Washington society. Capt. Pitt Scott. U. S. N., has gone to White Sulphur Springs to be with Mrs Scott and her mother, Mrs. T. DeWlU Talmagc. , Jesse Grnnt Married. I'rom New York comes news that Jeys.o Root Grant, oungest son of the late Gen. Uiyssis S Grant, one-timo President of the United States, has been married again. His bride was Mrs. Lillian Burns Inwood, of Ken York. The wedding tok place yester day In Kew York, but although the fact that the ceremony had been per formed was admitted at the home of Mrs. Wilklns, no member of the household "vpuld give any further in formation nave to add that Mr. and Mrs Grant had It ft the city and would not be back for several weeks. Mr Gram's home Is in ?.ew York but lie spends part of tach jear In California and Nevada He and his first wife, who was Miss Elizabeth Chapman, of San Francisco, werp di vorced flvo car.s ago His brothers are I'lystcs S Grant, Jr. ami the late jilaj. Gen. i'rrrinrlrL Xtoat Gram. , Weddlax Is Surprise. The marriage of Major .Llvlus Teiusanu to Miss Adel Humphrey, which took place yesterday In New York, came as rather a surprise to the friends whom Major Teiusanu has made during his residence In Wash ington as acting; military attache of the Roumanian legation. Ills bride Is the dauKhter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Humphrey, of Philadelphia.- The two young people met In wasn Ington six months ago when Miss Humphrey was here for a visit with her mother. In her own city she has been active In work for the Red Cross and other war relief organizations. The wedding took place at .4:30 o'clock at the WaldorfA'torla Hotel, and was Aolemnlxed bf the Her. Dr. George Clarke Hduston.- rector of the Church of the Transfiguration. mony were the bride's parents mSS her sister. Mrs. G. S. Ireland, or Kew York. Westbury, and Philadelphia. The bride wore a dark dress and car ried a small bouquet. Major Teiusanu was In uniform, his sword hanging at his side. Medala on his' chest and the empty right sleeve "of1 his tunic were evidences of personal risks run and sacrifices made for his country, for which he fought at the front until 1918. After the. wedding a dinner was served for the wedding party. Major Teiusanu and his bride will start In a few days for Paris. There they will part for a time, she remain ing In the French capital and he con tinuing on his way to his native coun try on the military business of his government. , Surgeon General Rupert Blue, of the Public Health" Service, and Robert S. Hume have arrived at White Sul phur Springs, w. Va., from Washing ton. Gives Dinner-f.r Ofneen. Lieut. Delos Blodgett, 2d, Ordnance Corps, TJ. S. A., arrived In Washington yesterday afternoon from Camp Han cock, Augusta, Ga-, accompanied by thirteen fellow-officers, who are on their way to a camp near Baltimore, where they Will be instructors. Mrs. Blodgett met them at the station and brought tbem to her home, where they were entertained at dinner, afterward gning to Keith's Theater. Mrs, Deloa Blodgett. 2d. is now on B. Visit W tier parents, -air. ana jars. Alphonso Hllllard. In Minneapolis, where she will be for two weeks. She will then Join her husband. Lieut. Egbert Moxham. Ordnance Corps. U. S. A., and Mrs. -Moxham. of Philadelphia, have leased tne, resi dence, 1S10 Wyoming avenue, ror tne ccmlng season. Mrs. Howard sGry Douglas haa rented her apartment 'at 1731S street to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence. Ach. of Cincinnati. Mr. Ach Is In the Ord nance Department. Hln Le Sevre to Wed. Miss Virginia Cannon Le Seure, daughter oC Mr. and Mrs- Ernest X. Le Seure and granddaughter of Con gressman Joseph Q. Cannon- has ten tatively selected October 12 as the date of her marriage to Capt. William Houghtellng. Jr.. U. S. M. C It Is hoped the wedding: will take place In Washington. Miss Le Seure is at present In the White Mountains with her aunt. Miss Helen Cannon. The Misses Leila and Anne Gordon I have Joined their mother. Mrs. Bar-1 nett. wife of-itaJUen. Georre Har nett. U. S. M. C. at Narragansett Pier. R. L They have been guests of I their cousin, H. RIeman Duval, and I his daughters at Falmouth. East Isllp, I L. I. Capt. Robert R. Glen, honorary at tache of the British embassy, la In New York and is staying at the Plaza I Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Pembroke Jones, who I are in New York for a few days. coming from their summer home atl Newport, are also at the Plaza. Mrs. Nicholas Longworth. sr.. and her granddaughter. Mile, de Cham- brun, are In New York at Hotel Wal- cott. Xhey have been at White Sul phur Springs for several weeks. Visiting Friends. Dr. Lloyd Dillon Whltaker, of Co lumbus, Ohio, Is In Washington for a few days visiting various friends. He was entertained at dinner yester day by Dr. and Mrs. Everett M. Elli son at their home In M street. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F. T. Allen, of Bridgeport. Conn., announce the mar riage of their daughter. Miss Ruth Alberta Allen, to Assistant Paymaster Paul Zates Ramey, V. S. N. R. K. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Ramey, of Washington. The Princess Chika, of Roumania. has returned to Washington from a scries of visits in the mountains, and is at the Richmond Hotel. She was the guest of Miss Amelia Dorothy De- fries at tho Arts Club dinner Thurs day Miss Hemes will give a scries of lectures on modern art philosophy on Tuesdays at the Arts Club, begin ning this evening. Lieut, and Mrs. Richard V. Oulahan. Jr, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son last week. Lieut. Oulahan Is now In France In the American expeditionary force. Mrs. OulahAn was formerly Miss Mildred! Bacou. Col. Robert R. McCormlck, TJ. S. A, and Mrs. McCormfck have returned to this country from France, and have cone to their home In Chicago. Colonel McCormlck is on furlough in this country, and Mrs. McCormlck has been doing relief work In Paris. Friends of Surgeon General T M. Rlxey, U. S. N; will be grieved to know that he Is critically ill at the United States Naval Hospital, this city. He had been on active duty at the Navy Department until a few days ago. His condition requires ab solute rest and quiet and only mem bers of his immediate family are per mitted to see him. Prof. Vernon Kellogg, of the food administration, and Mrs. Kellogg have returned from a short visit to their home at Stanford Unlverslt). California, and are guests of Albert B Ruddock, of the State Depart ment, 2J09 Massachusetts avenue Miss Bertha Hill, of Washington, has returned home after a visit to Highland Inn. AlgonquinA Provincial Park. Ontario, which is a famous Closed All Day Labor Day Sept. 2 'THE BUSY CORNER reNNA.WLAT 8 TH.ST. I .Open; 9:15 A. Mto 6P.M Final Clearance of Porch Swings l Thistis your chance to buy a comfortable Swing .low price. at a? 1 a V w Iff X I T t lllllll UBlf 1 I I 1 I I Swings made of seasoned hardwood; 4 ft. long, with-;; high back and broad, Toomy seats; choice of mission or;; dark green finishes. -All are nicely varnished and com-;: nlete with chains and hooks ready tor hang. " : Extra Value $S.95 Same Smog, 5 ft Ion $8.95 Other styles, $3.93, $5.50, and I $5.95. All summer -furniture suit-;; able for porch. livintr room, and ! : 1 lawn nf eralv T0nrL rrrieM ...- ..- ,....J -. - .... ber only, at... yxVO Kann's Fourth Floor. vwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwiwwwwwwwwwwwwwwi! Exceptionally well construct ed, steel frame swing, nicely finished in dark green enamel; comfortable and durable. Complete with chains and hooks; limited nnm- t4 QC sjtjrrrsrrsttsssrsrjisstssrrrri ) llssi. Knhwi 4 Remaining Stock vOfc- D-J4.-4 "7Jt--. ;;juci iixiLcu vuuts Reduccdto25c yd! : ; Ota- Famous Lme That Has j : Had So SscceM a f i Rani All Season --L7ivr4fFas4c rf AtffTni ', i; patterns, all good, many of; ;them dainty enough for:; 1: pretty evening dresses for: I : the fall and. winter season. ! ; : Beautiful colorings arid : ; ; ; designs. ' ; :! How many yards for iyou tomorrow? ; Kann's Bargain Table. Street ' i Floor. i i .. -mm -r I I (consult -rvirs. n. ; i Sodowski I r Anniir innr rf""xi rut J She Costume- here direct from' 2 New York to tell you about Home "Journal Patterns ; ' and to show .you how easy ' ; ' ! home dressmaking will be by ; ' ; the use of Home Journal Fat- ', ; terns. ; Don't put off consulting'! ; ' her, as she will be here. Wed I nesday and Thursday only. ! gained much 'by her visit - ; Home Journal - ij ii Patterns, 10c to 25c: i ., . stssrssfesstssss,stsfrs Kann Street Floor. JThis Sale of Gingham andj Crepe Dresses at $2.29 Is Creating a Sensation No Wonder! Seldom does the opportunity pre-;; sent itself, these days, to secure such ; ; well made dresses to sell at this;! price. We could not make the of-;; fer but for the fact that the maker;; Atm--A 9 L 1-t .. . - l-- ' ' I' uuAacu ui wc jui, bu ua at a tuw ' price so he could begin work on fall ; models. ; ; The Sale Is Opportunity in; Every Sense of the Word There are dresses for office wear,;! for street, house, porch or market ; wear. Made from fine quality ging-;; hams and crepes in checks, stripes, ! plaids, and plain colors, in pink,;; blue, lavender, tan, green, etc 1 Pretty styles, every one of them, i Sizes 34 to 4G, with plenty of the J larger sizs. t Kann's Street Floor Barcain Table. Hand Embroidered Pieces of "Pacific" Package Goods In a Big Sale Tomorrow At Greatly Reduced Prices These are the maker's sample made-up pieces used to shew how "Pacific Package" goods will look when made up they have their quality. This chance, therefore, to buy the model served their purpose, and now must make way for newer lines. As you know, Pacific Package Goods are noted for their quality, this chance, therefore, to buy the model pieces, all ready made up, should bring you here tomor row for a share. Included are Infants' and Children's Dresses, Night gowns, Envelope Chemise. Gertrude Skirts, Shirt Waists, Pajamas, Corset Covers, Dressing Sacques, and Boudoir Caps. Splendid time to anticipate Christmas gifts. Kann's Third Floor n .Kiw xcaflxt. N. '.