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MIGHT HAVE BEEN SAVED ^ Officers of American Veaaela ao Testify in Claimant*' Hearing at Juneau, Alaaka. JUNEAU, Alaaka. Hept IT. The paaaangera on board tha Ill-fated drainer Prlnceaa Sophia could liava becu aafaly removed, accord I tin to lh? testimony (Ivan betora the hearlnK of the clalmanta hare by E. A McDougall, aklpper of the (u boat Amy. The caae haa been in court for a considerable period now. The 8 phla atruck a raef In Lynn Canal on the In?lde Paaaage. and aome houra later werit down with all handa on board ^ tn October, 1111. Three hundred und eighty paraona were drowned ? Attorney Proctor Martin la attemptIall sizes wiad it Jj =?m S> OF jTART |f Featm P\\ J <DC $6.85 \ \ A | 1 :l Througho R / endeavc 8 I A ci*U? i A 'es8 I $6.85 ' -Ob?r - -- | I n i 1 [:! 11 It repre ; 1 the least | buy. | H "Schne 2 has beer I Washing f| U Don't j Iso much | bread. lug to prove that the Prii??*?e wu wtlrini for the arrival of the Canadian boat Prlnceaa Alice instead of putting passengers on American boats standing by. Hklpper licllouftll corroborated ttie testimony of Captain Davis, of the learner Kstebeth, that the srm was choppy, but not ruesdvrly rough and hat passengers could have been transferred at any hour throughout the day. CARRIES TWO WATCHES. NKWTO.V Maas. Sept. IT ?Attorney General flooding Carroll, admitting he la atlll puzxled by "daylight saving" when he wants to catch a train, states that he carries two watches, one set by railroad and the other by daylight atvlng time "Aa my neighbor* consult m? and I have clients." he said, "I'm pretty buey." RAVES 1.7th Street N. Reason ring 2000 pa Fall Booh -ANDD? pairs New I liking Oxfor Vith Military and Walking Heel ut the season TRA\ ?r to offer the women High Grade Footwei than shoes of equal V( will be sold elsewhere tch Our Windows and Newspap eridence of oar determination to low the prices on dependable footwear. TTTE CHAS. SCT j, It Pays to I eider's f j iL _ A. ? _ ^ J _ ?senis ine most ioou \ money, of any edible Oder's" is 100% food v i "the staff of life" to tonians for over half a i iust order "bread" whe i better to get SCHN SOLD BY ALL G A ND DEL1CA TESt H APPI President-Elect ol Diplom This I'Iikmuknt - klect ok I'ANAMA. UH I'OitKAK. who waa the dialing ulnhed gueat of Wuhliiilon for the put few daya. and who waa muchly feted while here, left laat night at midnight for New York, and will Join Mme. I'orraa and family at thair apartment in ftlveralde Drive, which they have Uk?n fi.r a ehort time until their return to 1'anaina the flrat part of October. Yeaterday afternoon following the luncheon which the Acting Secretary D ^ ALL SIZES v AND WIDTHS w. ? irs of W I -all J/Sj rfsJk% I X S $6.85 RICE > C LP EPA,R | 7 ERS will jl of this ;j V ir at ly X it ue )ers /v' J $6.85 IMMHBflflflHHBMHIiHHflHHHHHHHHA Mllllllllllillli^lM ???| ] I - 1 i TNEIDER BAKING CO. | * RVI 3uy | !% I S jreoa I /alue, for you can | alue, and | countless g century. j n it pays B EIDER'S I \ROCERS | >?7V STORES MlllllllilllllllKM N1NGS IN S(j f Panama Leaves latic News?Other of Vtttt. Benedict Cruwdl, nivi for i.mi at the Ami and Navy Club, Dr. I'urru and kia tide with members of the lr?allun iu(( and some added Kuuta ??nt to Ml. Vernon aboard lb* Mayflower wttli Ilia Hecretary of tba Navy aa boat. Dinner waa aervad on board on the return trip. Hear Admiral Nlbtack, who leavea aliortly for Uondon, where he haa been appointed naval attache, waa the Kueal of honor at a large dinner laat evening at the Army and Navy Club The dinner waa given by the fellowofflcera of Admiral Niblack In the Military Order of Foreign Wara, In which he haa played a prominent part. HOST AT IXN< HUON. V. The flrat aecretary of the I to I an | einbaaay, Mr. & ?. lanl gave a luncheon today In honor of Mr. and Mra. Rich- | ?rd Bennett. Mr. lieuiu-lt la the art-1 Ut w ho achieved auth grt>at *uc< es* thla week at the Uarrlck Theater. | Among the gut-ata were the Italian | Ambaasador. Huron Itomano and Mra. . ?. ...emu, vi m-w wreiana. Mrs bivld Franklin Houston. an<l David Franklin Houaton, Jr., ?p nt the paat few daya In New York after closing their cottage at Wooda Hole, where they have been all summer and returned to Washington laat night and Joined the Secretary and the younger children who arrived Tuesday. Mrs. Kdward T. Rrown and Miss Marjorie Hrown will return thla week from New.narket, Va. where they have been spending several week* on their farm, and In a few daya will ko to New York. Mra. Hrown will only make a short vlalt here before goin.; to Mt. Vernon. Ohio, to Join her aunt Miss Mary Mitchell, who will accompany Mr*. Hrown to Washington Mia* Mitchell spends her winters with Mra. Hrown. (ieorge It. Mayes and Miss Katherine liayea of New York and Saratoga Springs spent the past few days In Washington a* the guest of Colonel E. /T. Hrown. Miss Hayes left last night for Albany. N. Y., to enter Sacred Heart College for her second term. Mr. Hayes who is in business in N'ew York and Washington will leave shortly for Cuba for a short visit. The assistant naval attache of the Hritish embassy, I.irut Comdr. K. N. M. King, who arrived in Washington about two months ago, will be Joined here shortly by Mrs. King who will sail from Kngland. They will take a house in Chevy Oiase for the winter. Mrs. Andrew Thome, wife of Colonel Thorne, of the Hrltish embassy staff, expects to return to Kngland when she gives up the cottage at White Sulphur Snrinars which *h* fcnH ail summer. Colonel Thorne will make an inspection trip of the United States during the, winter. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hart/ell. of Denver Colo, the latter formerly Miss Mnry Harber. of Canton. Ohio, a niece of the late President and Mrs. William Mckinley, are in Washington, and have taken an apartment for a time at Wardman Park Inn with their daughter. Miss Helen Hart7.cll. who will enter srhool here early in October. Mrs. William Hamilton Bayly, a near relative of Mrs. Iiartzell, is wtth them and will remain until school opens, when she will return to her own apartment. Mrs. Bayly, who is pre.si- | F at Te ~ YT^\: Vm l the N for Autumn Saturday'8 Trimi Many Clever A $1 You will find t in practical, likab in Velvet and Du range of selectio Feather Hats. Large Hats, . Hats that saucily Any color effect, fancy dictates is to Suit Your Price that's Righ >CI EfY i for New York. Notes dant of lb* WmIiIr(Ioi T. W. C. a., returned ? tew tiny* ?|u (rum tha mountaina of I'tnniyltinlk. wli?r< ilu pint the Bummer Col. and Mrs. U. W. Tttua have (una to Hot Hprlnia and are at tbe Honieatead. Mlaa Vlvlenne Thomaon. who haa been the gueat of her brother-in-law and alater, Col. and Mra. Clarence itldley haa returned to her home In California. Mra Oeorge T. Marye. who returned recently from White Sulphur Sprlnga. where ahe apept the greater part of the aummer with her alatera. Miaa faille Doyle and Mlaa Flora Doyle, will (o to White Sulphur Springe on Sunday, where ahe will have aa her gueat Mra John Iieale. of Santa Marhara Mra. Marye will return about the flrat of the month, and will be joined by Mr. Marye, who will come from their eatate In California. The Rev. Dr. Herbert Scott Smith, of St. Margaret'a Church, and hi" alater, Miaa Smith, are in lloaton for a vialt. en route home from their aummer place at Haven, Me, Mra. ttheen. widow of Hear Admiral Kdward if. Uheen. who apent aome time at Atlantic City, haa gone to liedford Spring. Pa, for the autumn. I V io.it ? .. .1 Up. Dnlnk TIair. iiiCUl. nini oil n. Itnifll ui iU|(ro i>*n by, who were married In Kansas City. Uii., on September 11, are Plaiting Id Washington and are staying at the Kalelgh. Mrs, Itagby wax formerly Mlas Anne Kllxabeth Kobertaon daughter of Mr^. Frank Hobertaon. of Kanaaa City, but realded In thla effy (or several years beforo her marrlagt last Saturday. lieutenant l!agb>. who la In th<> aviation aervlce, la atatloned at I.jingley Field, and ro he and hla bride will probably make their home In Washington or thereabout*. Mra. Kobert win wan formerly aaaoclated with the Washington Herald and better known here as "Virginia L?ee." At a meeting of the Warrenton llunt t'lub. held thla week in Warrenton. <'a|>t. Sterling I^arrabee, formerly of Washington but now living in Warrenton. was made master of drag hounds Hunting will begin in that territory as soon as the weather permits. W M the ohm smop or I I .A, IT* KINO IN U-S.A* J TRIMMINGS I for your fall frocks selected with individuality and distinctiveness. ' bkao.v Kinm.cs !IK4II>* FHINtiFA m TTOXS TiMKLK ( onus BTC. 8TH AND E STREETS ka's I ?? UNG POLKS AND FOR EVE8YW0MAN\\ ritH St, U The elusive charm and . piquancy of || youth are delightfully > expressed by ew Hats at Kafka's med Hat Feature lodels? Spccial 0 he latest creations le, wearable Hats veiyn, and a wide n of the new Small Hats, and turn of the face. ; any style your here. The Hat ersonalitv at the t. I |te 5.15 A- M *IHE BUSY " 1 ? fi ; -"i? " I ^ nav-v' 'C( l l. I i to 16 ye Li ' ?Coati jH jj ha^en, h j~Twith larj I II years. \ I / ?Coat ii J II ?These rarfl new mus taupe, re ^ Ktnn' /' . ? 1: jj Stop at the C Store Saturd; These Spec See what you are offered : ?Chocolate - covered \ ^ Peanut Cluster* ) I ?Chocolate - covered ( I Peanut* ?Chocolate - covered 1 Cocoanut Crisp \ Squares / III n ?Crystallized Gum 1 ?"We Drops, assorted Candy flavors, sorted f alb . J?/C each.. I ?Chocolate Marsh- ?Fillet ' mallow Fudge, a sorted y pound Fri- and nut ! day, at DtfC ings, a Kanni Street Kloor. Look, I Roller Skated ?And these are the easy one fairly fly over the grc skate to school. 'MBtf A ' HKf ?UNION HARDWARE Ball Rear nicely nickel plated. Adjustahl strap bark. For boys and girh ' ; Pair ! ?WINSLOff Ball Bearing Rollei I rubber cushioned steel wheels. boys. Pair ?WINSLOW Solid Ball Bearir I type, with web steel ball-beari style; 11 in. lonpr. Pair Kann's?Fourth Floor. ' * " .?tt: ? ? When the Y School She I ComfortabL ?But one does* not have t appreciate these corduroy r delignt to wear one or ine: ?CORDUROY RORKS. made with narrow sash bolt, kimono sleeves. The material is a wide-wale corduroy, finished with pocket and belt. The colors are Copenhagen blue and American Beauty &C 7C red. At 90./0 ?Wn have better qualities of plain and hroca<1?> enrdurny nt 13.00. 913.50, IH.W. nud Klft.SO. Children's Gloves For School Wear ?Serviceable, Washable II Chamoisette Gloves in one and two-clasp styles in tan, , brown, gray and white, are j priced, a pair $1.00 ( Knnn 'n Strict Floor - .iL' igii j-JW. n oot)6otr CORNER* PENNA.M/EJ "iigh Grade F Dr Girls, Miss > of the better sort, all excel idid materials. 119.75 Line ins models of velours, heath* nd silvertones. They are show ipenhagen^; with fur collars and ars. i at $29.75 f heather polo, velours, silvertor rown and two-tone effects. It collars and patch pockets. i and Wrap* at $39.75 are in silvertones and velours hroom collar, or collar of fur. indeer, mahogany, and black, ii ?Second Floor. ^ r landy lij Fril ~ I l1! ?A Paris in I style that is lY IOl ; in? in New and here like fire" 11 ! ^lctlo dainty, and minds one o Saturday at j f['lled \r'im that gallani old court d: C J _ France use j| delight to } f y ^ | The materia " J fine quality gaudy, am A LB. priced, a yar 11 Maid" jj ' Suckers, as- ?Organdie 'avo'rs, r $3.50. DC ?Knife nle i candies, as- yar<*' flavors, fruit -ill" a fin ?? widths, a ya lh fiQr ?Circular B [ ; and $2.50. Kinn'i?Pl< )l _ ? J Ciddies! | Are Ready gliding kind that make >und. Save carfare and ?Bfoinneri' Skates. nallenble iron frames ! tnd wheels; strap heels ind toes, adjust- QClble style, pair.. Same Style, But With ! ji Steel Wheels, $1.95 type with clamp toes ana A" 'l10"- $3.45 Skates, adjustable type, with Sizes for girls and $3.95 . IK Roller Skates, adjustable ng wheels. Boys' $6.45 . 1- _-J li oung Woman Goes Back Should Take With Her O c and Delightful Core ;o be a young woman from b obes; any woman who has a ;e. CORDUROY ROBES, in slipover style, also open-front models, th^ latter made with shawl collar, both have Uelt and pockets. The colors are c->penhaften blue, Americnn Heauty red, rose and purple. At vO?l J Kann's?Second Floor. Hand I The New Stylei ?Embrace a wide assortr : beautiful effects. Seeming: and a color to suit any c each bag is at an attracts SPECIAL SATl ?Velvet Handbag*?really \ $7.W). Saturday ?Velvet Handba|ja--worth $.r Saturday ?Kodak-Shape Hnffi?made colors. Special Saturday Knrin* Kant R?nm. Str.ri 0 5 ?. 25?'I IT 8 TH.SX P.M. | 'all Q>ats es, Juniors y lently tailored, and made . r, polo, cheviots, diagonal n in brown, reindeer, Pekin, large cape collars. In sizes 8 4 ie, in navy, reindeer, Copen- t They are, in belted models, Sizes range from 8 to 18 -t? / n t * J X iL. , an are tun imea, anu uic The colors are blue, brown, n sizes 14 to 19 years. ? ?W lie Bouffant d, from ^ I i .50 to $3.50 Banding, a yard, $1.50 to ating, finished with lace, a and $1.75. Net Bandings, in different ' rd, 69c to $3.50. anding of lace, a yard, $1.50 I lj?atinp Store?Street Store ?1 J Dainty Handkerchiefs of | I Crepe de Chine For the Particular Woman Who Delights In Daintiness . ?Women's Crepe de Chine Sport Handkerchiefs; , Regularly 2.Sc. |Q Special, each 1?/C ! ?Women's Plain Hemstitched Crepe de Chine j1 Handkerchiefs, in pink, rose, light blue, lavender, | emerald srreen. Nile green, maize, and Copenhagen. Good quality. ng\ I Kach Lu C ^ ?Women's Novelty Sport """ Crepe de Chine Handker- ,j , chiefs, in new combina- Jl lions of colors. r/\ j! Special, each DUC Kann's?Str?et Kloor. 1 _____ II to Boarding ne of These luroy Robes warding school or college to leisure hour to spend will CORDritOY ROBES, with long sleeves and long roll collar, narrow waist cord if self material, finished with tassels. I Another is a slip-over model, . ' with set-in vestee of self ma- j terial; this also h?.i n?r-cw i belt of self material. Colors I ; are nurole. American ' Beauty, row, and (1A A A Copenhagen. At.. ?Pl"?Uw Bags ZA \ for Fall nent of rich arul V^SfSSk Iv there is a style >ne's taste. Ami JRDAY M vorth $6.00 and $5.00 ;00' Sp^", $3.50 of fine leather. in blark nnd $4.75. $6.50 : Floor i *'