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THE WASHINGTON TIMES,1 SUNDAY: AUGUST 24: 1919.
5 DEATHS EWMA On Sunday, Aacxist it, 1919, aX his residence, 139 Park road north west, John C Newman, the beloved hus band of Carrie Cleeves Newman. Notice of funeral hereafter. 14 adETi'liiuitlVyP On Friday. Ancnst 22, H19, at 12 noon, at his residence, WIL.UA1I M. NETHERLAND. beloved husband of Sue Haden. The Bev. William T. Snyder will con- i tftict services- at the late residence. 2986 Thirteenth street northwest, on Monday, August 25. 1919. at 16 a. m- Remains to be cremated and interment at Rich mond. Va. Kindly omit flowers. 24 SPANISH WAR VETS OFF TO CONVENT GN fcimwa oh nuaj, August 22, 1919, suddenly, at Providence Hospital. KD - WARD STEVENS. Funeral on Monday. August 25. at 2 t. m from the residence of his niece. Mrs. George A. Wilburt. 128 Eleventh street southeast. slonal Cemetery Interment Congres-24 FLORAL DESIGNS IXOWEKS for all occasions. Call ITanklln iiet, resldepce, Krankim 1156. GEO. H. COOKE. 1102 Conn. ave. mylS-liOt fc FUNERAL DESIGNS iOt very description Moderate prices. fillDE. J . . 1214'V.irr v w UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER AND I.IVERT. 32 FssU Ave N. ?. 4V1nhnn M "l325 WASHWOTOK. T C FUNERAL DIRECTOR CEMETERY' NEW CEDAR HILL renaa. Are. S. E. "Waahlnjrtoa's Beautiful Burial Tart" Special -Prices. Fites $19 to $25. Buy &ow. . Choice locations. Secure tBe Best Easy Terms. For formation Address ., JOSEPH J. CAYLOB. Lincoln 982. 723 Fifth st. N. E. EDUCATIONAL ACCOUNTANCY National Y. M. C. A. Course Drsjree Gran tins Towers NewClasses September 1 Prepares for C. P. A. Kxamlnatloa SPECIAL BITI.I.ETIK' OX ACCOUNT ANCY NOW AVAILABLE. PREPARATORY On Accredited Basis English, Mathematics. History, Phys ic, Chemistry, Latin, French, Ital ian, Spaniah, Short Story AVrltlnff, Personality. Public Speaking DRAFTING COMMERCIAL Gresrp Shorthand, Teach Typewriting, Beninese Eaclfak, Bookkeeping:. OPEN TO MEN AND WOMEN Y-M-C-A 1736 G St. N. W. Main 8250 Write Xor Bulletin. au .24-30 1 PIKST GRADE Clril Service examinations for clerks Sept. 4th and 13th; tuition for entire -course for these examinations $5. TJfE CIS'IL SERVICE PREPARATORY SCHOOL, S7E; qoij'iith and yHsts." JPhone .FrjuJkus. :aee f j. -; . jyis-it- '.- "" OLYMPIC SCHOOL. " A class now forming in ELECTRICITY - at this school requires Sve more pupils to make an attractive price to" alL Profes sional instructor. Other clashes in modern .and ancient languages, sciences SPECIAL INSTRUCTION IN RADIO. Demand for operators greater than supply. Day and night classes. 600 H at. N. W. Tel. Prank. 64 49-J. 2S 'George Washington University LAW SCHOOL "" jco-kducationai; Begins OStU Year Sept. 2, 1919. Member Association American Law Schools Strict standards. Instruction fay most approved methods. iiaximum credit by other law schools. Forenoon classes 9 to 11 will be resumed. Afternoon classes, 6:10 to 6:50, and op tional early morning classes. 7:56 to SMB. for employed btudents. Hours of instruc tion especially advantageous to students in Government employ. aul8-5St Washington College of Law, Co-Educational.- Twenty-fourth year opens September 23, at 7 p. nv. TUITION. J75 PER ANNUM. Sessions at either 4 "SO or 6.30 p. m. Office hours. 10 to 5 no. 1317 NEW YORK AVE. Phone Main 4sS5. an22.4St ACCOUNTANCY &; The highest paid profession taught thor oughly in a few months of home study by new system, under the guidance of 16 C P. Jl-'m. International Accountants Society. Franklin 4639. 618 Colorado BlZr. au!7-tf LAKE SCHOOL SltiSOGltAVUX AND llKlVHlTlMi Btst Courses Individual Instruction. 417-18 Southern UJdjr. Pnona Main 751). mh20-tt EASTERN COLLEGE: Co-ed.: near Wash.. D. C. new bldgi. . degree, prep, and Jun ior school course, from age 10 upward. Rata 400. Dr. Roop, Pres , Manassas. Va.. Box L Jy20-Su.tu.tb.sa-4BC A. ACCOUNTANCY National Y. M. C. A. Course. Degree Granting Fsiren. New Claaaea Sept. 1 Write for Bulletin. 17J6 O St. V M C A f,llr- N. w iy ?o5o. Je2S-tf IATI0KAL SCHOOL OF SECRETARIES 140 II toi. N W. (3d Floor). Fhortband. Typewriting. Bookkeeping. 2 0f?MALSPEEL DICTATION " l"For Civil Service. 6 to 7 sp2i-yat NATIONAL CITY SCHOOL 734 Fifteenth Street Nortawert Shorthand Typewriting renmanhlp English Spelling Arlthmetlo Shorthand Dictation Civil Service Individual Instruction in Shorthand Short-time courses in Touch Typewriting Special classes in Penmanship Individual coaching in Arlthmetlo Graded Shorthand Dictation Civil BervlM Typewriting. my9-tf NATIONAL SCHOOL FINE and APPLIEDART District of Columbia delegates to the twenty-first annual encampment of the United Spanish War Veterans, opening September 2 in San Francisco, left "Washington in a special car at 11:20 o'clock this morning. Capt. Daniel Chisholm, past commander-in-chief, carries to the en campment an invitation to the Unit ed Spanish War Veterans from the Washington Chamber of Commerce, the District Commissioners and the commander-in-chief of the organiza tion to hold the twenty-second annual encampment in Washington. The local delegation will make every effort to have the headquarters of the organization permanently lo cated in this city. The headquarters have ben located here for the past five years under a contract which is about to expire. Washington veterans who are on their way to San Francisco are Past Commander-in-Chief Daniel Chisholm. Adjt. Gen. G. K. Rausch, Marshal :!ohn A. Gallagher. Official Editoi William L. Mattocks, Harry Leslie, I William T. Herritage, Frank Huhn. It. Baum. J. A. Chisholm. Mr. Essex Mr. Harder, Mr. Hess, Hoyt Holton, H. K. Mclntyrc, James J. Murphy, and H. G.'Platz. The delegation will be joined al Philadelphia by Past Commander-in-Chief Cramer. AMERICAN LEGION TO HAVE NEW POST A new post of the American Legion is to be formed during the coming week, and enlisted men interested are invited to a meeting to be held at 1719 H street northwest at 8:15 o'clock next Tuesday evening. No name has been chosen yet for the new post, but Col. E. Lester Jones, department commander for the District of Columbia, has informed A. S. Imrie, who is active in organiz ing the post, that a charter will be issued as soon as organization is com pleted and a name is chosen. All applicants present who are eli gible to the American Legion will be enrolled as charter members, and as many as can attend will be welcomed. Births, jflawiases, Deaths Notices May Be Phoned Until 1 p. m. Main 5260, Branch 9. M GEORGE SYKES DIES IN HOSPITAL Maj. George Sykes. commander of eral Pershing for gallentry in action, grandson of the late Maj. Gen. George Sykes, commander of the Fifth army corps of the Army of the Potomac during the civil war, died Thursday at a hospital in Flushing, L. I., after a brief illness. Major Sykes, before leaving for France, was a resident of this city, making hi home in the Falkstone apartmen . He was cited by Gen eral Pers ing for gallentry in action. Major Sykes was born in New York, and was educated in the public schools there and at New York University. Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Anna Goodwin Sykes; three sons, George, jr., James, and Macrae Sykes, and his mother. Mrs. A. Sykes Feast, who lives in the Falkstone apartments. MRS. ELIZA C. LAWTON. Mrs. Eliza M. C Lawton, daughter of the late Gen. Robert Anderson. U. S. A., hero of Fort Sumter, died Friday at her home. Elizabethtown. N. Y., in the Adirondacks. Funeral services will be held at the home at 5 o'clock this evening and interment will be at West Point. N. Y., at 5 o'clock tomorrow evening. Mrs. Lawton. who was the widow of James M. Lawton, was a former resi dent of this city. MRS. JOSEPH J. BINGHAM. Mr. John J Pingham. daughter of the late Iiight Rev. George Upfold. first bishop of Indiana, died Friday at her home in Wccjuotonsing, Mich. She was ninety-one years old. She will be buried at Indianapolis. Mrs. Bingham is survived by two daughters who live in this city. They are Mrs. Richard C. Dean and Mrs. W. 1L Woodward. UW iM. AY. Felix UmUooj, Director. noJ-Su-tr CIVIL SERVICE 8ktF-I'8TRCCTOB Price, jr. PLARI.1U.V8. 1 d st N W. mhJl-tf BIRTHS SONS. Harry and Fanny Seidenberg- I'niup jna iiosir nosers. Kllas and Francis Golman rharles B and Itose B. VtnnelL Frank T. and Laura A. Fonea. Fred P rnd Maria D'Elia. Waller 'and Gladiola Anderson. DAUGHTERS. Vi illlam W and Helen Ware Henry W. and Bertha S. Nichols. Bagby R. Rnd Culena R. King. Henry E. pnd Mari A Rugcle. Jainr; K and Elsie Howes Georgi M. and Addle SI. Gooch. ArJhur H and Anna II. Dolan. rharles XV. .-nd Mary J Colby. Vernon I. and Carol L Congdon. Bert N. and Violet H. Bowman. Norval I., and Estella L. Burchell. 'rae H and Ruth N. Anderson. Edward and Rrsle Thomas. William and Katie Smith. 3B1gWEK MMMi cammxxa O-rollPJ DEATHS Frank Pasrnbaker. 18 yra.. Track 24. I'nion Station William E Hayney. S yra. Providence Hos. rryatai Gramlnper. 28 yrs . Episcopal Hos. John S Goodrlck. S9 yr C07 jjj. ave. sw. Wrna Iobr. JO mos . Children's Hos. harlotte Bradley, 69 yrs. Froedmen's Hrs Salhe B Moore. 19 yrs.. Tuberculosis Hos Joseph Marshall. 58 yrs. Fredinen-3 Hos. Hln Corhtn. 2?. Freedmen's Hos Bell- W Snowden. 2S yrs. 432 1. st svr. Warl Kranrls. 5 hn, 218 R cl. nw. Are Yon Keeping Up With 31e Times SIRS. STRBRTER RETnxs. Mrs Priscill.i Wilkinson Streeter, president of the National Anthem As sociation, has returned to Washing ton after a three-wek trip In New York State and to Atlantic City. i jmjL jlJllsJl toreNews (Lansburgh&Brq Editorial Met Mr. I. B. Gloom coming to work the other morning. "Good morning, Mr. Gloom, how are you today?'' "Oh. I'm fair. But the world is all wrong. Nothing but trouble and fl gh t i n g and strikes. What are we coming to next'" Just then we reach ed our corner and were flad to escape further wailincs and sob's. Of course "times" are not what might b call ed normal, but this world is a grand and trlorious place in which to live. When you stir up a mudbottom pond it takes some time for it to clear up. This earth mound has been badly muddled for five or six years. Don't exDect it to clear- ud overnight. But it WILL clear ud again, and It will be a still better nlace to live in when it does. Tan Pumps Are Very Popular for Autumn Brown, as you probably know, will be second only to Navy blue as a popular color for fall. We've some beautiful pumps and Dixie Ties fashioned of a new shade of tan calfskin over long forepart lasts. Carefully sewn soles with smooth finished edges and heel joints; full Louis heels. These are being worn plain or with large bronze-finished or enameled buckles. Also an economical shoe for fallworn with new fawn or brown spats of silk or cloth. Pair, $10.00 and $12.00. Spats, $2.19 to $5.00. second Floor Lansburgh & Bro. For Tomorrow Another Silk Event Equally as Interesting as That of Last Monday m Sale of Navy Blue Silks For Every Purpose of Dress Navy blue is always a popular color, and it will be doubly "good" this fall. In fact, more navy blue garments are being shown than all other colors put together. $2.25 Yard All silk navy blue chiffon Eatin, 26 inches wide. 9 KA V-J s""wv o oe v j po.ij i ara All silk navy blue satin celest, 36 inches wide. $2.50 Yard All silk navy blue crepe de chine. 40 inches 'wide. $3.00 Yard All silk navy blue satin de chine, 36 inches wide. Third Floor Lansburgh & Bro. $3.25 Yard All silk navy blue satin Lux, 36 inches wide. I de All silk navy blue crepe me teor, 40 inches wide. $3.50 Yard All silk navy blue radium, 40 inches wide. . $3.50 Yard All silk navy blue charmcuse, 10 inches wide. $3.75 Yard All silk navy blue charmcuse, 40 inches wide. A Monday Sale of $10.00 to $12.50 Autumn Hats 125 Smart New Fall Models That 500 Women fofj Jf A Will Want at This SpecialSale Price Tomorrow 1$ DU A sale that should be visited by. ahy woman -who con templates buying her fall hat now. Not a hat in the lot but what is in the latest' mode. The sale assortment includes beautiful' rich Lyons and Panne velvet hats in sailors, mushrooms, turbans, and roll brim effects, trimmed with ostrich, burnt peacock, glycerized ostrich, quills, ribbons, and flowers. Colors are Black, Brown, Navy, Sand, Jade and Old Blue. Quite a number of the hats are fashioned of black Lyon's vel1 vet with high colored facings which make them suitable for wear with the summer and au tumn suits and frocks. The assortment is so large and so varied that we can please the most exacting taste.' Many of the models sold up to last Fri day at $ 1 2.50 in our French Salon. See our 7th Street windows. second fioot Lansburgh & Bro. $4.00 Yard All silk navy blue charmeuse, 40 inches wide. $4.50 Yard All silk navy blue charmeuse, 40 inches wide. $6.49 Yard All-silk navy blue satin, 54 inches wide. suiting Fitting Toggery for School For Little Girls of All Ages Prices Lower Now Than Later Gingham Dresses of good qual ity material made of checks, solid colors or handsome plaids. Sizes 7 to 14 years, at $1.95. Gingham Dresses of handsome plaids made with full skirts and sashes. Sizes 7 to 14 years, at $2.49 and $2.95. Children's Rompers, Iwanta mo dels of white madras, seersucker and gingham. Also the creeper styles. Sizes 2 to 6 years, at $1.25 to $1.50. Children's Diaper Drawers, made of good quality nainsook, trimmed with lace and embroidery edging. Sizes 1 to 3 years, at 39c to 50c. rv7im The New Trimmings for the Fall Dresses We are now showing Fashion's latest develop ments in fall trimmings, and our stock now radi ates with new ideas in materials and color com binations. Lovely irridescent, black or sapphire colored .se quins for evening gowns. Colored embroidery trimmings for taffeta dresses, made of silk, worsted and metal em broidery on net. Sutache braid trimming, made in loose effect to show color of gown through very stylish. First Floor Lansburgh & Bro. Tomorrow A Startling Sale of Fur Fabric Coats at rkfm 29 to $ 135 oo Both self and fur trimmed. Silk and satin lined. Any coat held until Nov. 1st upon a deposit of 25 per cent. Cu-Wiiig-Go Washing Compound A new process, washing powder that softens hard water or water containing minerals. . ' It is a universal hdm& w.ashing powder, since it can be used for cleaning fabrics f all1 kinds, kitchen utensils, metal containers, glassware, crocke&y,?woodwork, oilcloth, etc. Does not injure the hands. - 10c per package. ; : , , See demonstration, First Floor. .'iS5i2fc -rt x. S WIS! No Matter Where You Go There Should Always Be a Kodak or Camera With You We are showing thern in many styles from Fall Rugs at Bargain Prices Buy Your Rugs Now and Save Money. Part Payment Will Reserve Your Rug. SPECIAL $QJ.75 $.oo . $ 2-00 to 50 .00 Your Films Developed Any Size, 10c a Roll Balcony, First Floor A $100 Value According to Today's Wholesale Price List 9x12 Royal Turkish Rug lhat is an American-madp Oriental, in true reproduc tion of the handmade nig. The colors are the loveliest of rich Orientals, which make it so effective and suitable for the finest of homes. 9x10, $79.75; 6x9, $45.75. h""""!ffi ' JjJJ iajlllllllii I 1 k SPECIAL A Sale Top and Back Strap Purses at ,98c A- sale that would be a sensation if .we'had'enough to go around. Only a few hundred of them: In the lot you will find Vachette and Morocco r in both black- and colors. Overlapping frames. - Some fitted with mirrors; others with double compart ment. AH are well made and nicely lined. An extra special lot at, each, 98c. Fim Fioor Lansburgh & Bro. , $fi9 An $84.75 Value According to Today's Wholesale Price List liemnne Wilton Rufr with a linen back and uoisted pilo. beautifully finished with linen frinse. The designs are true reproductions of rues sellinpr at $1 23.00. The colors are the richest of artistic combinations, making1 the rup: an attractive as well as a serviceable one for the livine room or library. Other Wilton Rusts up to $123.00. $37.95 9x12 Axminster Rugs at This Price A Rood heavy qualitv ruR with Ftroncr heavy back and a irooil qualitv rlrep soft pile. Rich, attractive colors appro priate for the living room or dinlncr room. Velvet Stair Carpet, $1.59 Ftair carpets are advancing In price everv week and this is n verj low price, since we boucht this lot some time agro while prices wer more nor mal. You will savc about ?0 rcr cent over the present-day prices by bu; !nK now. Kourih '"limi Lansburgh & Bro. $32.75 9x12 Seamless Velvet Rugs A closely woven rap made for service in neat all over designs and the most effec tive of color combinations of Kreen, tan or rose. New Fall Petticoats Petticoats made of good quality satine in black, emer ald, navy, reseda or in fancy colored effects, at $1.50. Petticoats of line quality satine in all black or with fancy floral flounces, also lirely cloth in black, wistaria, purple or navy, at $1.95. Petticoat of Heatherbloom taffeta with either tailored or pleated ruffles. Special at $1.95 and $2.50. Petticoats of Heatherbloom Taffeta made with pleated ruffles in black, navy or Russian at $2.95. Third Floor- Lansburgh & Bro. Store Hours: Onen 9-X5A. M.. C1nvt 6 P- M. THE STORE OF GREATER SERVICE .mifihaara " . MS Ttet i niirciiiKjii ifflliPiilHl iMfl iHK 420-430 Seventh St, Through to 8th St