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THE WASHINGTON' TDiES. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ' 12, 1919.
lt Is to year fees fntereitt to put Hc Liberty Bond Intrrest In "V. "S. S. Itching Rashes Soothed With Cuticiira AHRnMr; ocqin S. (HntSBcst S U. Taleeo at. !fm liri" l"lg3gaamg-"3gcnBB.-3'S3n.gging: TIMES BOOSTS MEMORIAL FUND FOR MARYLAND YANKS A cheek fur $100 from The Times has helpofl to swell the fund "being: collected b ilie oitlaens of -Prince Jeoi-RC"s county, Maryland, to build a. memorial cros? it Blade nsburg in memory of the fifty-two boys of that county ha died in the service during: the war. A lawn party will be held at Blad- ensburgpn Saturday uicht. for the 1 benefit of the fund. It is expected that enough money will be realized to have the foundation of the mem orial htartcd next week. TURKISH MISSION (JOES 1XL.1XD. PARIS. Sept. Ii. Maj. Gen. James G. Harbord, with the American mis sion which accompanied him to the x i.-'oo fnf ihn nnmose of investl- ' eating" conditions in Armenia and the i i ir PnnctnntinotllC LaUCascun rcsiuu, itn. .v. r- !.. .!. Ininolnt- lr Sllni1V aCCOrfl- ior mt- luimu' . .... ins- to advices received here. The House of Fashion fMu.m.-' " " ' "-wniti-1 'TCTsmmaigu i mi i iiiiii.'.tqjgj STORE HOURS DAILY' 9:15 TO 6 JrZm'MjaJm JrLmm fA STORE HOURS DAILY 9:15 TO 6 U06 G Street 0- ThroughPersonalAppeal to Manufacturers Our Mr. J. L. Leverton personally made a special trip to New York in order to obtain some high-class suiis of the best materials, in the latest possible modes, to sell at popular prices so we could launch a big sale to encourage early fall bifying. His argument was accepted at full value and the concessions rsked for were granted. In addition we have deducted more than a fair percentage of our own profits and now offer you the finest' materials and the latest possible creations at a most wonderful saving. No special orders taken at these prices, all suits sold with a positive Leverton guarantee. 200 Beautiful Fall Suits in Tricotines, Serge, Broadcloth. Silvertone, Velours and novelty mixtures, black, navy, brown, plum, Pekin, and Oxford; 111 sizes. If these suits were purchased under any other conditions they would retail for 55, 365, $75 and S85. - - Three Special Prices Saturday Only 111 A I ' i'l 1 - f"T ES " aw $00.50 HAPPENINGS IN SOCIETY 15 Senor Pezet Made Ambassador of Peru Belgian Envoy Returns '49 .50 $59 .50 100 Beautiful Dresses -in Satin, Tricolette, Serge, Georgette, Meteor, Jersey and combinations. Special prices for Friday and Saturday, $25.00 $35.00 $45.00 $49.50 Special Prices on Coats, Millinery, Waists and Furs . j .- - - " 9HK30BKB msrawonwrawmi tjirvtmr rw tmh BREAD I The "Perfect Lover" never knew, in his exciting life, The greater happiness of home shared with a loving wife; But here he has a vision, and as wakened from the dead, - There comes a tender memory stirred by "Old Mammy's" Bread. Yes, It Was Dorsch's "Old Mammy's" Bread Which Goes Hand in Hand With Perfect Love V aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH -T3 1 Bli BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalBaaaaaaKBaaaaaaaaaaalBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaV - -i-m .. if HBSHBiH aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaslaaaaaaaT a4w(Pyi8S(Sf Laaaaaaw SaBaaBaflSHslBaaaaaaaaaaaaaafll SftBSSSBBSUBSBSKKtKjBK 'bbbbP iaWtBBBBuaaaSiBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBaH aaaaaaaaPsS' H aaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB HH FEDERICO AL.FONZO PEZET, who sailed recently from New Ydrk for Peru, will return to this country next month as Ambassador of Peru to the United State. His appointment to this important post has been made known by Senor Pezet in letters to friends in "Washington. Senora de Pezet accompanied him on his journey to Peru and will return with him. Senor Pezet was formerly Minister of Peru to the United States, but re signed from the diplomatic service when hia g-overnment reduced the scope of its diplomatic establishment at Washington owing- to financial difficulties. Since then Senor and Senora de. Pezet have made their home in New York. The appointment is regarded by M'ashlngtonlans In general and the diplomatic corps In particular and u singularly happy one. Tlnrnn E. de Cftrtip.r Av Mnrchiennc. t.i1 t !- 1-.. 4. .1.. T'.Karl States, has returned ta the embassy at Washington after an extended ab; sencc in Europe. Baroness de Cartlcr will remain at the Ritz-Carlton Ho tel, Xew York, for a few days-, jojin ing the Ambassador -here on Monday. Jasfternads iteturn To V. C. The Fronqh Xmbassador and Mme. Jusseiand have returned to the em bassy from Xcw York. The Italian battleship Conte di Ca- vour, which has been at Newport for; Henderson's home. They expect to leturn to Newport on October 10. Mrs. LeBaron Colt, "wife of Senator Colt, who spent pait of the late sea son at the Proflio House,' Dixville Notch. N. H., has gone to Bristol, RI. Miss Gladys Hinckley, of Washing ton, has gone to Lenox. Mass.. to join Frlnsesw-Andrea Boncompagnl, who Is at the Asplnwull Hotel. i Mrs. Frederic K. Chapin and her daughter, Miss Marcia Chapin. who have been at Hot Springs, Va., for the summer, haye returned to Washing ton. Miss Chapin will- be one of this season's debutantes. To Attend AYeddlne la A"ton. . Lieut. Comdr. Robert 3L Hinckley has gone to Boston to participate as one of the ushers in the weduing of Miss Madeline Everett, daughter of Mrs. Charles Everett, of Newton Cen ter, to Lieut. Comdr. Ames Loder, U. S. N. The wedding will take place at noon today in -Trinity Church, Newton Center, and will be an elaborate af fair. The bride will be given in mar riage by her uncle, Henry C. Everett, and jx reception will follow the cere mony at the home of tlie bride's mother, Mrs. Everett, iu Newton Cen ter. Mrs. Albert Ordway and Miss Va"lerie Padelford. who were at New ' , . , . , . J London. Conn., are now at the Muench- a week or ten days, will come to An- j lnscr.KInr ,n NcWp0rt, for a visit. napous louowing its approacnuio visit to New York, and it is expected that Admiral Huso Conz and the of ficers of the vessel will take this op portunity to visit Washington-. The, ship will leave Newport for New York, tomorrow and will .be sev eral days at sea en route. Arrange ments are now being made for the entertainment of AdmiraJ Conz and his staff in New York, and a special gala performance of "Cavaleria Ruk ticana" and "ragliaccr' will be given in their honor at Madison Square Gardens on Sunday night, September 28. The proceeds will be for the Babies' Free Milk Fund of Italy. Last night Admiral Conz and his staff were entertained at dinner by Mrs. William Miller Graham. Senator and Mrs. Francis E. War ren will return to their apartment at 2029 Connecticut avenue tomorrow, having gone to New York to meet the Senator's on-in-law. General Per shing, on his arrival from Europe. Members of General Pershing's fam ily will be guests of Senator. and Mrs. Warren during their stay in Wash ington next week. General Pershing and members' of his staff, who will reach to'wji thia afternoon, will stay at the Shoreham, occupying the suite of rooms which President Wilson had at the time of nis iirst inauguration. n Miss Padelford gave a luncheon yes terday, having Miss Marguerite Caper ton among .her, .guests. Miss Caper ton will return to New London. Conn., today after her second visit to New port. 1- Mr. and Mrs. Avery Coonley have returned from their, summer place in the Catskills and have left town again for a fortnight's stay in Chicago. Mrs. G. F. C, Smillie will leave Washington today for Cedartown, Ga to attend the wedding of her son, Thomas Monroe, and Misa Katherlne Adamson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adamson. of Philadelphia and Cedartown. which will take place Wednesday. Mrs. Smillie, on her re turn, will visit for a week in Raleigh. X. C. Colonrl Plernon Kntcrtaln. Col. Emil P: Pienjon. U. S. A., en- tertainoxl fifteen men at luncheon at the Cafe St. Marks yesterday. Lieut Milton T. Noyes. U. .. A has returned to Washington, after long cervice overseas, and is with Mrs. Noyes at the Kensington apartments. Lieutenant Noyes .who is the son of Clarence Noyes, of Washington, was with the national guard in Mexico. He was until recently with the Twen ty-ninth Division, army of occupa-l tion, near Coblenz, Germany, and Is now commanding Battery C, Sixth rield Artillery. First Division, United Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, who U now in New York, was among the guests at the luncheon which Irs-' states armv the Turf and Field Club In Belmont. The e5ts at the Marlne Barracks Park before the Joeing. The Duke tWa' avcniUK at the Indian. ftumjner and Duchess brKdxbnrge aCoToWt3ance Carntvar win be.'.rofflSft by theCount de Chambrun;wlioy-as onTMrs. Rogers, wife of MajbfTJen. H. General Pershing s staff iir ranee, j j jg QUartermoter general, were also -present. United States army; Mrs. Ross, wife -vr n-ii-.. .- ..., ., o Joseph Ross, director of welfare .huic. kuiwui;i, wuc Ol UCIlCmi VOlvn, y, X.'f Tlanartmant "VTrn 'PllAn lardet, military attache of the French embassy, will be at home today for the last time before her departure foi France in a few da s. Simonton. and Mrs. Alexander Sharp. Sr. in charge of the -welfare branches of storace. Durchasp service and re- J modnts. office of tho quartermaster i j -.r t ... , general. United States army. The ,,; "1,,?- V, ' Tuttlf r2nd personnel of these two divisions with mJ ? -- fru ; . m Mf,ret,TlU-1 their friends aie anticipating a .,J ?i t ' i l ' ha,ye Pleasant evening. The Marine Band cd 'n fhoracA .from, Biff Vvlll plaj. Among the attractions Moose camp, in the Adirondacks. .,,, . 1 A . ,.? ... ,,,. r. .,. where they spent the summer. The , T f , n,,,X n ra,tt, i, ,..iv i aJlii v ai iiuui .uaai'i w - u uiauv marriage of Miss Margaret Tuttle to up of Lieut. Colonel Ellison. Major Streeter B Flvnn. of OK-lahomn -ritv ' "f "A '."t- r."'"" r""."'." -J' ...in k ; r t, :.r.... w. av: Mumrord. L. s. a., iiajor liar- .. . ... ... ....,,, .....uf .. rhisholm. CaDt. Hal T. Vlcror and KB i ft fjJI Vv (jooJ Bread ib the real foundation tur guod meals. No matter if even thing else is perfect, poor bread will spoil it all. There's no need to take -hances when you can always buy Dorsch's "Old Mammy's' Bread, which is always Uniformly and Lnfailingh The Best Bread You Can Buy "Yes, indeed, I had a 'Ver ted Lover' ohcc upon a lime" Try "Old Mamni" bread once and ou will buy it regularly. It is the bread of breads. Chil dren cr for it, older people demand it. events of the autumn season, and will take place about the middle of October. It will be a large church wedding and a small reception will follow. Major and Mrs. Walter Schoelfkopf were hosts at dinner last evening, taklnV their guests later to the infor mal dance given by the Minister of the Serbs. Croats and Slovenes and Mme. Grouitch. Major and Mrs. t hchocllkopf have recently returned to Washington from their summer home at Niagara Falls. Ontario. Canada. They snint the last day or two in New York. Major and Mrs. choellkopf'B niece. Miss Florence Judge,, of Birmingham, ! Ala., is with them for an extended ' visit. ' Sir Charles floss, of I'anada, cniei- tnlived at dinner at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel., New York last evening. In compliment to Mi. and Mrs. Jerome N. Bonapar;c. of Washington, who arc in New York for a few days. . P. G. Harding, governor of the Federal Reserve Board, has gone to White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.. to attend the twenty-sixth annual con cntion of the West Virginia Bank ers' Association. He will mukc an address toduj. Mr. and Mrs. II. c. Ansley will gic an informal bridge party this evening in .compliment to her sister, Mrs. Herbert Lyman Blackmail, of New York, who is their guest for a few day. i Col. and Mrs. Stephen Lcll. Slc-uin are at the Chatham Hotel, New York. ' for a short stay.. ' Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kaiiffnuun ' Iiavc opened their cottage rft the Percy Summer Club, in :ho mountains of Xcw Hampshire, for the autumn sea son. Mrs. Victor Kauffmann has been at ths club for several weeks. Medical Tlreelor and Mis I. W'l Kite and Miss Anita Kite have ic turned to Wa.shirgton from Blue Ridge Summit. Pa. Miss Kite spent the early summer at Jamestown, R. I., and later joined Or. and Mrs. Kite in the Blue Ridge mountains. Miss "aroljn I!. Xash and the Misses Sanders, of Philadelphia, who have been at Chelsea, X. J., arrived at White Sulphur Springs todav. where they joined Miss Nash's par ents. Medical Director Francis S.-ash and Mrs. Nash, of Washington. Ilntehlnm Iteturn. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stilson Hutch ins have returned to Washington fiom Hot Springs. Va . having passed three months at the Homestead. Mrs. Robeit Henderson, wife ti Commander llendeison. V S. N.. with her small son Robbie, have gone froi.i Newport to New Yoik for n visit and will then on-o to Washington Tr Capt. W. K. McQuown. Captain Ket chain. Lieut. H. R. Pelton, First Lieut. G. B. Kidwell, and Mr. D. W. Jasper. Mrs. Morgan Hill and Mrs. John Callan O'Laughlin are among those prominent in the Washington colony, at White Surphur Springs, W. Va. They arc staying at the Greenbrier. Mrs. Marie Welch, of Chicago, is announcing the engagement of her daughter. Miss Josephine Welch, to C. L. Gilmore, of Oklahoma. City, for merly a captain in the U. S A. The date of the marriage w ill be an nounced later. r ba Complexion I ill' Wfi 1 Smooth and velvety I Jf'v? M he Petalt of a roo is -' ff tho compfesioa aided by ( j Nadine Face Powder m Thi delicate beautifier J Imports an indefinable rhirm n charm which a )!ngers In tho memory, j I The smooth texture uf i I Nairn e adheres until i 1 washed off. It prevents I I aenburn cr the return of j L. dlfcotorations. I Fltth lu CO0'nM 1 refreih- ! I . , nCi nd it cannot harm J Pmk the tenderest sfcin. I Brt3itU . N a di n o Faco Powder II itf. beautifies minions of com- ' l l'i plexions today. Whynot II ycurs ? Vi Crttn Eexe Only. i 11 At Itadxus loMtt caunUr. If j a tJtfj lavn't it, b-j tscd tte. fj NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY, IS 39&s Paris. Tenn. IB ,y aaab. V. I h Hi 1 aTaW A THE BUSY:ORNER PENNA.Wf.AT 8 T H.ST. V i . - ' , V Open 9:15 A.M.. 9 - 6:00 I P.M. 1 I J-li m Can be founa hi U Uumio'i s (ruc Store I j Auttimn Hats of Rare Loveliness I So many, many lovely delightful hats are gathered in our Mil linery StpVe" that it is a joy to tell 'about them. Rich Panne Vel vet Hats in black-and new colors are particular attractive the most charming hats we have sefen so far this season. Smart large picture, sfragps,:! some faced in light shades. BHijvm-il med with ostrich and flowers.-" SaSeUy Mtreiisji . -- C m--i L I C afl 5 fir At mM no better way to start a new sea: new hat and one of these PfM$t25aahd$.t5 aiTwitfi a - $ t zzm Kann's Second Floor. V.rs Ksiiyjjfr GET THE GIRLS READY N0W! fO, GO BACK TO Our assortments of serviceable' garments are omplete now at the Girls Stx'Sfrcialm&i aeryr thing needed for school time Bring the girls ii Saturday and fit them twt ,oip)rf&$& r v? ,- Bob Evans or Jack Tar Middies, made of Lomdale Jean in all white? 'xr vMtrth,'oy3f tr red collars and cuffs; braid or tape trimmings Sizes 6 to 22 years. 0axIy;2,abrt$S9. ? Ol a m 1 - a4k 4 af t-- .'" ISCoOOL .f v Sneci&l Saturday. SI .95. Middies, made of all wool: .naw flannel or mi WearierreJ:?i?S- mft$ n and service band on sleeve. Sizes 6 to 20 years. Tubularly '$$Jfr " z Bob Evans or Jack Tar or tape trimmings; chevron to 512.00. Choice Saturday, 106 off Marked Prices' ,;" -, New Gingham Frocks, in pretty stripes, checks and plaids; a greats variety vof" styles -and isew fall colorings to select from. Sizes 6 to 14 years. .r.r -Special at $2:50, $2.98 and $3.95 up to $8.95. . . -. . t y ou.i.. -ni i t : . ; - ii) o. -rr i.c '" ' obyies ior riixyyvrs. sou ouiuuis, & iz.es j.o w t jtis. v . j. SDecial at S3.50 to S1Z.00 Jack Tar Togs, made of all wool storm serge, in one or tw"o 4pce, V Rtvle: uleated and bled stvlesr Sizes G to 14 vears. ." -' Junior and Misses' styles; sizes 14, 16 and 18 years- Pncea" accord ing to size and quality, from $13.50 to $37.50 Pleated Bloomers, vmade of black satiner black- DODlinrorna1 patented governor fastener at the knee prevents sagging; Jse waist adjustable. Sizes 14, 16 and 18 years. " At $1.75 to .$4.50 " ' ,. . . Separate Skirts, made of white Lonsdale Jean, or iXL -wool storm serge; also plenty of French serges, in clan plaids; pleatai or slurred models, with belts and pockets. Lengths from 28 to 36incKe- At $1.89 to $16.50 Girls Sweater Coats, jn ' button fronti orpiiddie stylesf , tielt and pockets. In all the fall colorings. - . - Priced from $4.00 to $12.00 . - Kann's Second Floor. . . ,! -&S' k. . 7 gT rr it 2 - Ji a5 tr j 2 vysersrer' m isrn jl. l?fit5nff: rK7ll Nl t . - -. JfrYF-i. r ' " , j i r0w J ; . New Editions i Just received in time for your Sunday reading. Choice 75c Copy Long Live the King, by Marv Roberts Rinehart. MissWilliams' Maid, by Berta kuck. Z Barbarians, by Robert Kv. Chambers. The Forfeit, by Ridge- Jewelry ii :: Articles worth buvincr at these! Saturday prices, andjaying aside'! for birthday or Christmas re-!. membrances. Green gold Mesh Bags, novelty square shaped, engraved frame, made with double Irak, mesh, fin ished at bottom with fringe and hall trimminc". S10 t1? Af? Rvalue W.OTJ! ;; Silver-plated and .green goia;j well Cullum. ;; Mesh uags, ovai snape ?rame;; , wovety ha .! We Can't Have Every-!; :??fcndou"e lmk raesh-"-$10!: J broideVed initials at oej: thing, by Rupert Hughes. ;! P1 'y'-Vr' Z ! P for 1M or' each- ,5iCi c u no. h,T Won ! Silver-plated Vanity Case, with X ! r , - 7 , Enoch Crane, by F. Hop- !lpnmTiartrrents for coin Bowder. !: Women's iine mull .Hand-! 4 2' '.'. tKT... "CJli-i , .Q4fA44'r QnWTff W: IK Jl..' 1 .f. I atuivBy wvmw;, H2nf3HW.P.llp-fQ I BBlMUWA'aVa vr AA&arSK t ' ! compartments for coins, powder, V.! lie- nn1 rnlc a f P Special Wv Silver and gold-plated Dorine i great variety. Special $f A A of . UAW Dorine Boxes, with colored en-j amel tops. Spc- d1 Of Kann's East Room. Street Floor. kinson Smith. U n d e r Handicap, by f Jackson Gregorj'- J The Luck of the Irish, by Harold MacGrath. The Indian Drum, .by William MacHaig and Ed- iwin Balmer. Kann's Downstairs. rftfrrrsMffti-frrrrrrrrr-rrrrrrr ? A Saturday story of sew novelties priced to- introduce them. s Women's all-linen' Handkerv chiefs with -nrnttv brn.nui smbroidery in one corner, iat XZ for $1.08 or, OC each v.: JJv Women's alt-linen- Handker chiefs, with daraty narrow! lace edge afc3Ioc VJ.'; $1.00 or, each OoZu Women's . all-lwen. Handker- kerchiefs, in all white" or colors, wHk narrow valen- eiennes lace edge 9Q at .' iUC !; Women's fine mull' Haadker- !;diiefs, with threeiquarter and? !; one-inch hems, hand embroid !;cred in all whi,te; also-1 If r-mW a. colors at. Kann's Street Floor. j e4----"- THE ACCORDION i Opening Sale' of Hni t swarp si PLEATED SKIRTS bsireui That Will Be a Fashion. Favorite for Autumn x ! are seen here noy in splendid varieties. Make an early selection ana dc ursr. 10 wear tne new siyie. . -- ;. j .i --: i-.t,4 m.:-.- r ..ii ...,1 ! $ .i.i.uiuiuh piciticu sn.ii ia ui du-wuui; serge in navy and black, with" satin girdle and sash, tinished uiitK'siIIc""fasseir at $16.95. Separate skirts of all-wool serge, with deep embroidered black silk band and design around bottom; also embroidered? belt, beautiful style, at $19.75. Separate skirts, in all-wool large plaids, new colorings and combinations, at $16.95 to $25.00. -Skirts for large ligures are here in navy and black serge, and poplir.r, very latest models, at $8.95 to $14.95.- o. L Kann's Second Floor ( Irons, nigrb grade make, nickeled rinish, fully war- 0O rj(v ranted. Special, at iOLftXJ nickel-plated CaaM-roIe. 'with J brown and white earthea-Qf OAt -are Unlni?: special.... 7JL f SI.OO Wlsarrl lellalt Mop. I1XO IVIzard l)HJt .Hap. 91.00 Can AVlxard Pollak. Choice, 69c Jrlly Glaxaes. with tin QQa. tops. Special. 'a dozen..... OOL. Jelly or Soup Strainers, of pure aluminum. Special, "Q Maiming: Bovrcaan Percolator. 7-cup size, heavily nickel- 4 QQ e1. Special, at rlwd Galvanized Sheet Iron QQ Gartatre Can. Becial at Oi7C Iv Tea Set...t:ht- cat srlaas. 2 in dainty design, set of -f QQ 2 XwO'T 3even pieces At- JCann's Third Floor. 4$ sJ.k V w4 Zt 7 ! I ! ' " It ft ' ! I (S