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EALIZING 'the necessity of good health anclhappiness and pur .,
' responsibility for same to a great extent to those who we '
associated with us """
We Have Decided to Close Our Store
with the exception of July and August, when we will be closed all
day on Saturdays in accordance with the custom that we inaugurated
: here several years ago.
We will, therefore, greatly appreciate your shopping during the
week and before 1 o'clock on Saturdays, in order to further this
movement, which we believe will be of great benefit to employes of
01 stores throughout the country if universally adopted. .
Salvador Legation Moves Marshalls to Go Away For
t a Fortnight News of the Diplomats
New Fall Millinery j
I ' The Largest Sale of Trimmed Hats Ever Shown in Washington g
H One hundred and fifty of these new -- I
2 1 styles are displayed in our eight large "u W
i Friday. & Saturday jSM ' f
1 1 These hats cannot be bought whole- (mw0S&-- Q
sale today at the prices we are' offer- y r
$?.oo $iy.50 HillKiy I
8 r MUady of Washington need no long- """"""pjifir 2 I ? S
b ' er goto New York to get the newest and f ST '
8 exclusive chapeaux. This establish- ' ' '"" '" g "
i - merit is showing these styles right here " a
- Jsyhington at remarkahly hl Watch Our Window Display
A heavy Chenille Axminster weave, insuring durability and rugs that
will lie perfectly .flat. These rugs are produced in beautiful solid-color
effects designed to meet the most exacting requirements for
Plain Color Rugs of Rich Quality -
The "Chaumont" is especially well adapted to rooms in which uphol
stered furniture, draperies and wall treatment of a figured character are
employed, providing a foundation for such furnishings which sets them
off to the best advantage.
We carry these rugs in stock in all the most desirable colorings, in the
popular 9 ft. by 12 ft. size. We also make Seamless Chenille Rugs of various
grades to special order, in any width seamless up to 30 feet, any length,
and in any plain color or figured pattern designated.
Our Fall stock of Axminster, Wilton, Brussels and other standard
qualities of both Rugs and Carpets is replete with the newest effects, pro
viding a variety for selection which is not equaled by any other store in
America outside of our New York establishment. Comparison will prove
our prices to be uniformly reasonable.
1508 H Street N. W.
Telephone Main 925.
THE minister of Salvador ana
JImc. Salvador Sol have taken
the residence, 3145 Sixteenth
street, for the winter, and will move
in within the next few days. Since
their arrjval In "Washington they
have been making their home at 17112
Massachusetts avenue, the residence
of the former Minister of Salvador
and Mme. Zaldivar. The new lega
tion was formerly occupied by the
Siamese minister, Phya Praba Kara
vongsc. Mme. George Melendez, wife of the
President of Salvador, -has arrived In
New York, and will come to Wash
ington for a visit to Dr. and Mme.
Sol before sailing for Europe.
The Vice President and Mrs. Mar
shall will leave Washington on Sat
urday for Philadelphia, and after a
few days there will go to Atlantic
City and Indianapolis, their absence
lasting about a fortnight. In In
dianapolis they will be guests of Mr.
and Mrs. William Line Elder, who
visited them at Wardman'Park Inn
early in the summer.
The Vice President Is a thirty-third
degree Mason and his trip to. Phila
delphia Is for the purpose of attend
ing a meeting of Scottish Rite Ma
sons. Ho will come back to Washing
ton to extend the country's official
welcome tiyGeneral Pershing, leaving
Mrs. Marshall and their little foster
son, Morrison Marshall, In Philadel
phia to await his return.
Viscount Grey to Sail Sept. SO.
Viscount Grey, the new British en
voy to the United States, will sail for
America on the Mauretania Septem
ber 20.
Mrs. Burleson and Miss Sidney Bur
leson, wife and daughter of the Post
master General, are expected to re
turn to Washington tomorrow- They
hava.spent some time In Canada. .
The Minister of the. Serbs, Croats
p" Sloven anJ Mme. Grouitch will
entertaja informally this evening at
u! legation In Wyoming avenue.
There will be an informal dance for
a number of their young friends, with
bridge for the elders, and during the
course of th evening Mme. Emll
Hugll, who has a beautiful soprano
voice, and Mme. de Courcey, pianist,
of Berne, Switzerland, will give a
short musical program.
Mrs. Miles Polndexter, wife of Sen
ator Polndexter of Washington had a
lunch party yesterday at tho Capitol.
Among tho guests were Mrs. Morton,
widow of Col. Charles Morton and
sister of the Senator, who Is a guest
"of the Poindexters; Mrs. Theodore A.
Baldwin and her sister. Miss Kathcr-
inc Judge.
Dr. Juan B. Bojo, sometime coun
selor of the Mexican embassy In
Washington, has been named coun
selor of the foreign relations depart
ment in Mexico City, according to El
Universal. The newspaper says It is
rumored that Dr.'RoJo later Is to be
given "a high post in this depart
ment." He and his wife recently returned
to Mexico City from Washington.
Princess Boncompagnl Leaves.
Princess Andrea Boncompagni, for
merly Miss Margaret Preston Draper,
of Washington, has arrived at the
Aspinwall Hotel, Lenox, Mass., by
automobile from Boston.
Mrs. Henry C. Corbln. who is at
the Chatham Hotel. New York, is
expected back in Washington tonight
or tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Hall McCor
mick. jr., of Chicago, who spent last
winter in Washington, are at the
Aspinwall Hotel, Lenox, Mass., for a
Mrs. Seaton Perry, of Washington,
is also at the Aspinwall.
Col. Charles H7 Heyl, with his sis
ters, the Misses Heyl. and his daugh
ter. Miss Delphine Heyl. will return
to Washington about September 15
from Deer Park, Md . where they
hae been spending the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. H. Colquitt
are again at their apartment In the
SL Regis after spending a fortnight
with Colonel Heyl at Deer 1'ark.
Minx Drain to Return.
Miss Gertrude Virginia Drain,
daughter of Col. and Mrs. James A.
Drain, w ill return this week from
St. John's, New Brunswick, Canada,
where she has been visiting.
R. S. Reynolds HItt and William
F. R. Hitt, of Washington, arc- sit me
Moorings, Newport, for a brief vi&it.
Mr. and Mrs Harry O. Jloetn havo
leasod an apartment at the Wood
ward, of which they will take poa
fcp.sj.ion on October 1. Mrs. Meem's
mother. Mrs. Peter Henry Hill, will
h" with Iliriri for Din wintnt f-j
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("onnorticut avenue, where Mr. and
Mr.s. Meem have been making their
home with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Doheny. of
Los Angeles, who have been in Wash
ington for several days, have re
turned to New York. They have been
cruising aboard their yathl. tho Cus
!UnJor Sejulcr In Apw York.
Maj (Jen. (Seorge O. Soulor. U. S. A.,
has gone to New York and is staying
at the Astor Hotel.
Miss Anne Gordon, daughter of Mrs.
George Barnott. will arrive in town
tonight from Wakctielil Manor, .Mrr.
Barnetfs place m Virginia, whor
she has been staying, and will be at
the commandant's house. Murine B.u
raiks. to greet Geni-ral and Mrs. Dar
nptt and Miss Lolia Gordon on thetr
return from Sant.i Fe, N. M.
Mrs. James A. Roosevelt is a guest
of Mrs Douglas Koblnson at Hender
son House, Mohawk, N. Y.
Col. Augustus C. Macomb. U. S. A.,
retired, and Mr.s Macomb have pur
chased the residence .".401 Masbarhu
setu avenue from Mr. and Mrs.
Tucker K. Sands Colonel and Mrs
Macomb have been living at 3. "JO'S
Twenty flrt street.
Col. Marshall Magrudcr. of this
citv, who has been away from Wash
ington for some time, has been as
signed to duty at Tamp Meade. HN
wne is a Washington girl and was
Mif-s Anne Peyton, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Peyton.
Minn foil run n In pn lork.
Mj3 Ilartha C 'odnian. who haa
been at her summer home in Newport
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Wife of the minister of Salvador,
who will entertain the wife of
the President, of Salvador.
for the summer months, is at the
Holland House, New York,, for a visit
on her way back to Washington.
Mrs. William Gerry Morgan and
her daughters, the Misses Ruth and
Myra Morgan, are expected back the
last of this month from West Spring
field, N. H., where they have been
spending the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvanus Stokes.' jr.,
are in New York and are staying at
the Chatham "Hotel. They were with
her mother, Mrs. Gibson Fahnestock
in Newport, "for the greater part of
the summer.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Richardson
have returned to their Connecticut
avenue home after a motor trip
through New England. They stopped
at Duxbury, Mass., to visit their son-in-law
and daughter. Commander and.
Mrs. W. D. Chandler, who had a cot
tage there for the season.
Dinner Aboard Battleship.
Admiral Conz, of the Italian navy,
gave a dinner last night aboard the
battleship Conte di Cavour, which is
now at Newport. Many residents of
the summer resort were present. To
day he was host at luncheon aboard
The marriage of Miss Marie Louise
Blair, youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. Ledyard Blair, of New York,
to Pierpont Morgan Hamilton, eldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Pierson Ham
ilton and a grandson of the late J.
Pierpont Morgan, will take place this
afternoon in St. John's Chapel-on-the-Mountaln,
near Bernardsville, N. J.
The marriage ceremony will be wit
nessed by a small gathering of rela
tives. A large reception will follow
at Blairsden, the country estate of the
bride's parents, in Peapack, not far
from the chapel. Mr. Hamilton is a
brother of Mrs. Arthur Woods, who
made her home in Washington, while
her husband, Colonej Woods, one-time
commissioner of New York, was on
J duty here.
The marriage is announced of Miss
Alice Enith Parsons, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Lathrop Parsons, of
Cleveland Park, to James Gordon
Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. William
A. Bennett, of Washington. The wed
ding took place at Deal, ,N. J., in the
summer home of Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Lovell, of West Newton. Jtfass., in the
presence of both families and a few
Intimate friends.. Mr. and Mrs. Ben
nett left after the ceremony for Cin
cinnati, which will be their future
Charles Noble Gregory has closed
his cottage at York Harbor. Me., and
has returned to Washington.
Marian Wlckerahnm n Bride.
One of the most charming house
weddings of the season occurred on
Wednesday evening at S o'clock at the
home of Mr. and J.Irs. Roland S. Rob-
bins, in Cleveland Park, when her sis
ter, Miss Marian Wickersham. became
the bride of Henry L. Breuninger, of
this city. The Rev. Dr. J. S. Mont
gomery performed the ceremony.
The house was beautifully decorated
with palms and flowers, and a buffet
supper was served. The bride was at
tended by her sister, Mrs. Kenneth
Snyder, of Philadelphia, and Lewis
Tilmadgc Breuninger. brother of the
brirtgroom. acted as best man. The
bride was given away by her father.
She wore a gown of dark blue trico
lette, embroidereJ in fawn-colored
yarn, with hat to match, with a cor
sage bouquet of orchids. Mrs. Snyder
made a charming picture in an Ameri
can Beauty organdie frock and a
black picture hat.
The bride, who was much feted prior
to the wedding, is the daughter, of Mr.
und Mrs. George Apple Wickersham,
of Washington. Mr. Breuninger is i
well-known young business man, of
this city. They left after the cere
mony for a motor trip- through the
Catskills. and upon their return will
reside at their recently completed
home in Marland, near Washington.
.MIkh llartj-n A nrlde.
Miss Edith Marguerite Martyn.
daughter of Mr.s Rose Martn. and
Ray Palmer Whitman were married
last evening, the ceremony taking
place In the bride's home. The Rev.
J. Frankbn Brjan officiated. MUs
Martyn wns given in marriage by her
brother. Dr Herbert E. Martyn.
Miss Mabel Mcfalip was maid of
honor, and little Miss May Miskimon.
niece of the bride. vas flow er girl Her
two small nephewsl Robert Mikimon
and Herbert V. Martyn. jr.. were also
members of the bridal, party, serving
as pages and holding the broad rib
bons which led to the improvised
altar. The hoiu-c was decorated with
palms, fern, dahlias and gladioli
The edding march was plaved bv
Ml Mae Wilkinson and John W
Martvn, borthor of the bride, sang
Oh Promise Me" just before the en
trance of the bridal party. Lieut,
sterling Wilson, U. S. N.. was the best
The bride wor a gown of white
.-atln trimmed with lace and pearls.
Her tulle veil was held with a coronet
of orange blossoms and she carried a
-.bower of bridal roses nnd stephan
olis. Her only jwe's were a string
of pearls, the gift of the bridegroom.
The maid "of honor was in peach-colored
taffeta and carried ten ro'se hud'.
The flower girl woic a white net and
lace nnd carried a basket of pink
ro? and the pages wre in suits of
white s-atin.
inception followed the cercmonv
anl the bride and bridegroom were
assisted in receiving the guest3 bj
their mothers. Mrs. Martyn and Mrs.
Whitman. A supper followed the re
ception and the table had a center
piece of white roses and pink snap
dragons. Mrs. Raymond M. Martyn
presided at the punch bowl.
The bride and bridegroom left later
for a trip to Buffalo and through the
RrMi Lakes and will be at home later
on In Dayton, Ohio, where the latter!
Iim heen on duty for eighteen monms
I at McCook aviation fleld. The bride's
I going-away gown was a becoming one
I of dark blue velour trimmed with
beaver, and her hat was of dark blue
j i velvet with ostrich feathers.
i J Among the out-of-town guests were
' j.Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Miskimon, of
j ;fEast Orange, N. J., and a large party
' of friends and relatives from Baltl
i J more.
Arts Club Flans Benefit.
The Arts Club of Washington has
assumed tnc responsibility iK making
! the first appearance in Washington of
the Fortune Gallo English Opera
Company a gala event by" taking Mon
day evening, September 15, as a bene
fit night for the Arts Club. Great In
terest Is manifest In the first appear
ance here of the Japanese prima
donna. Hana Shimuzumi. Hana Shl
muzml has made a name for herself
on the Pacific coast. It Is understood
that the Japanese embassy wITl be
represented at tho Monday evening
Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood and his
son, Lieut. O. L. Wood, U. S. A., hlaj
aide-de-camp, who made a short visit
at the Shoreham this week, left
Washington last night.
. Hlatlock-Mnllnn Naptftils.
The marriage of Miss Ethel Mar,le
Mullan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H
A. Mullan. of this city, to Isaiah
Matlapk, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Matlack. of Trenton. N. J- took place
yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, in
the Church of the Sacred Heart. The
ceremony was performed before an
altar surrounded by palms, pink
dahlias and gladiolas, and was fol
lowed by a nuptial mass. The bride
was attended by her sister. Miss
Mary Louise. Mullan, and the best
man was the brother of the bride
groom. William C. Matlack. Jr.
The bride's gown was of white
satin and georgette crepe, with a
long veil of tulle and wreath of
orange blossoms. She carried a
shower bouquet of Bride roses and
stephanotls. The bridesmaid wore
shell-pink georgette crepe, with hat
to match and her bouguet was pink
Prof. Gumprecht played the' wed
ding marches and Mrs. Raymond B.
Dickey played softly some violin
solos during the ceremony and mass.
The ushers were Dr. Benjamin Gass,
, Theodore Towns and Al Donnelly, of
Trenton, N. J.; and Reaa Muiian, oi
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held In the home of the
bride's parents for the members of
the families. The house was taste
fully decorated with palms and pink
and white cut flowers, and after the
weddinir breakfast , the bride and
bridegroom left for a trip south by I
water. Their future nome wm do
. en TyntViorfnrrt flvnnp. Trenton.
N. J. Among the guests from out off
town were the parents of the bride
groom. Mr. and Mrs. "VVHlfcun'O. Mat
lack, and his two sisters, the Misses
Adelaide and Coreta Matlack, of
Trenton. N. J.
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Open From 9:15 A. M. to 6:00 P. M.
Something Doing Every Minute in Our
Opening Sale of Housewares
These Items for Friday Show Why
--$1.25 O'Cedar Yolfeh Mopsj
special for Fri- 98c:
Saws, good quality steei
blades, polished wood handles,
choice 18, 20, 22 inch Oft-
sizes, special each iiU
Set of yellow earthenwares
Kitchen Bowls, with neat ma
roon band, 4 in ' set, 7, 8, 9,
10-inch sizes, special for AQ
Friday ''
Bathroom Mirror, can be
used for bedroom, heavy plate,
with wide white enamel frame,
special Fri- 1 CO
day t?AU
Vacuum Sweepers, high grade guaranteed make, tfC Qfi
easily operated, special $37
Convex Sauce Kettles, of triple coated white seamless en
amel ware, with enamel coYer, subject to slight im- rfjl CQ
perfections, snecial W
A Hall Canner that you see advertised so much in the maga
zines can be used in the new KOLD-PACK method of canning:
and preserving. Holds pint and quart jars, made of Qa QO
extra heavy galvanized sheet iron, special Friday.... v?0;
Duplex Firelcss Cookers, heavy aluminum ware, lined welter
2-burner size, fitted with Wear-ever aluminum 07 C A
codking utensils pl.JU
Jelly Glasses, with tin caps, special per QQn
dozen ,... ''c
100-niece American Porcelain Dinner Sets, ""thin. Mayflwr
shape, subject to slight imperfections, butno crjkedvtfQ QO'I
pieces, special . , .. JTM . . . J0t0 Z
xreaa xrays oi quaarupie suver piatea ware, maay anierent?
styles an uurnisnea ana uutier nnisnes,' special
Friday ,
Aluminum Double Boiler, seamless ,2-quart size,
White Goods
Out They Go
Choice 15c Yard
The assortment includes
good useful lengths from
Rvalues to 50c yard. Fabrics
you need for waists, dresses
and underwear, also for chil
dren's school frocks.-
White plaid muslins; dimi
ties, plain and novelty voiles,
fancy crepes and linen-finished
Find them at the Street
Floor Bargain Table.
4& MR
Handy Bags
For Traveling, Shopping
, or Picnicmg.
Z -Strong, "Jfoomy kind, made
4 of white fiberf imattinsr ' -witfc
gable top. Top opens wide.
Bags are sizes 14, 16 and
18-inch. Choice ONE 7ft
DAY, Friday only.... IC
Kann's Third Floor.
Odd Lots of Pretty Wearing
Apparel Reduced On
Second Floor
Such as Kimonos, Camisoles, Sweaters, and C6rsets
all of which are useful to milady.
Lavender Crepe de Chine
Camisoles, elastic at waist;
ribbon straps, and ribbon trim
med. $2.00 value. di tt
Figured Voile and white
dotted Swiss Kimonos, large
sailor collar; the voiles are lace
trimmed; the dotted Swisses
are stitched in black.
Fiber Silk Slip-over Sweat
ers, Byron collar; 1 navy blue
amonir the lot. and licrht blues.
2S16.50 values, 1 1 CA
at ?ltrv
Kann's Muslin Underwear Storf
Odds and Ends of Corsets.
$3.00 & $3.50 values. $J ft A
Reduced to ?UU
Odd lots of Stripe Voile or
white dotted Swiss Kimon&s,
with lay down collar;
lace trimmed. At. .
J -"j,
Bleached Turkish
Friday, 15c Each.
First time in a long while
we have been able to get any
to sell at anywhere near the
price. Lay in a stock while
they are available. Good
weight and good size. Regu
larly they are 40c pair, but
Friday you may have them
at 15c each, or 30c a pair.
Kann's Street Floor.
Bopks Friday
At the
Bargain Table.
Odds and ends for quick!
.. .....
aisposai including:
School Books, Grammars, '
Readers. Arithmetics. S
Choice, 25c Copy.
Kann'a Street Floor.
WakJjoods An Unusual
Remnant Sale
Unusual because it contains not only remnant
lengths but some dress patterns
Materials formerly ) f (T
Selling to 58c yard, l B ,
to close Friday, yard)
Every short length and dress pattern remaining from our!
iiner lines scuintj u w oui. ju ui; memaea in uus;
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.TTItio nnHomc nrifl rnlnrincs in colored voiles Wifi in i;rVi-'
1 1 1 1 T i. . iA.. - ' 4. 1 I
ana aarK grounds, out see me assuiuncnt ana lay in a sup-
4 piy ior next year s aresies uiu uiuu&us.
J Kann's Street Floor. X

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