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- Mestw a4b. -en~ (Osa ess Per Mas Or Av r Detb CAl, . A. Hih School Credit Office Training Pr~epaes for secetarial Posltm ""* YMCA w'w' Xt . W. Am 216tered by Act of ("oilwrens Ia 1531 COEDUCATIONAL eselen in all DRtUmets oweas lleviems Offer graduate and .ndergrdm. ate Instruetion IN LIBERAL- ARTS ENGINEERING LAW ARCHITECTURE: MEDICINE EDUCATION PHARMACY in adition to elasses darlug the bkfe" a"us early agtova ea. over EWe handred clanse In = =tee so moe4 aiene"M bet we"s Per Catalog. and other Informaetie Apply to Mwe Recrdo Lhww 141 2M23 G Street Northweut Telephone, West is". La Sa&e University Coms in Accoutacy PEUSONAL INSTRUCTION. sarroagha Scool ef Calelatiag Machines ENROLL NOW DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES. no64 V sUt D. w. Ma. t COLUMBIA SCHOOL or DRAFTING Roy C. Clafin, Pres. 14th & T Ste. North 272 Night Clams - Day Clases Individual Instructo Corem in 3 to 9 Months 3all- or Write for Latest Catalogue ENTER ANY TIME LAKE SCHOOL h1"~~A11 AhV XVr&'AxA SeCoureee-l"d rid I se 311 -lemba- Bids. Pheme Male 116 GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL begins 84th Year emSept"a 'Inv 214 Member Aocolation Arnertan Law hols - CO-EDUCATIONAL - Forenons 4 late afternoon classee-newfv surotr 35 K ST. N. W. MAIN 6503 Vemig Womu's Christia Associtie Main Headquarterm. 1333 F N., W. M St. Drench. 614 8 St. N. W. Department of General Education Claose In all subjects open Oete. ber 4. Cosapetent I Estruteram New ~quIpument Every clams thst you need to make you more *11fle~at and bet ter qualified for your ob. Infermation and edrealara seqt Da request. Department of Physical Education Gy uaetles. Imter rtive, C lu and Social Dancing, Swimming, Good Musle. Trained Tesehers. Vall term opens Octeber 4. New dlases in MwimMung open the 1rut bi every manth. Per illustrated feler address Direeter et Phymleal Edmeaties 1333 F Street N. W. -DALAND EVENING SCHOOLS. rttb tic. alr bm ~. omt rvtr n a rnh.hstory ci., physs i~tt ii vef,0tfle0s. Tuition refabe. iaory Beol.. e eorner 12th and F sta SADOLPH R ICH AR DS. . A.. . .. Prim. Washington Business and Civil Service School 1317 New York Avee. ?rppewrter Seat to stadeate ELate Aftesenad Evening Phone Mala 4364. P. .1. MAKMAN. P'rinelpai. MILITARY ACADEMY A-et Ceq Preparate r Scee abitldna e emrluun as POLIVILLU. MD. Uely Cross Asademy A School for Girls Om.salim-st Awa, and Uptem 90 'Ijlema Catharal Schual for Girl LAOWEU SCHOOL. AON?.. . @OI.3T DOAD Shorthand-Typewriting 9bW4W Tsar mob U :. m. . a Ls at I N o .. r . . . .. w Itei s betterto . Court F. Wood LLJ.. Puimel School of Art 17th St. and Nw Yrk Ave Ut. elasses for mea and womea beth erfWa. wer oeIr stil life and V MInd arebli. WA trxo. artd r. M an. Aiezasier I. Jam... MAthb .,losiear~ge~ Vertha IL Pee. Catal ap eties. 10e rotary. IL IK. lag. WashigteCdeeof Law CO-MUCATEOXAL. Twenty-Afth Yea Iton! .71 an;. . Umoleu: 5 to 7:5 Vend.. dogroee. L. 81. 1 L. offoIlS.. 1 to 5:2L Renaove4 to new home lots K I .W STRAYER'S BUSINESS COLLEGE W anuto. D. 0. Fully Aecredited by the Natieal Association of Aceredited Commercial Scheels. anme b.. . ab w PrN. pa ZoneDA. bd os. a Ceobe ms am Masanchstts ad Nebraska -Avnes Dewutew affumg. 1907 F Sired o Tri as. ose.ab.. -4. M. Graduate courses leading to the A. K and Ph. D. degrees. asheel of Dlpmrm aionduiiU 8 Departnent of DiplomMy Prepares for the diplomatic and con sular service. foreign trade. of the practice of international law. Department of Jwriprdemne Graduate law courses leading to the D. C. L. degree. Department of CrM-.Wp Preparation for thee who desie to engage In Americansation werk to be become social workers. School of Religion A nonprofessional two-year course leading to the A. X degree T1ien to or Be.1ldl g1 the Univei, 107 F "Nei e I MANDOLIN, GUITAR, BANJO. By Mapertenoed Teacher.* 0. B. Thomas. 1331 Girard nw. Co. 1234-W. SHOIITHAND. typewriting. acbountancy drawing. drafting. literary subject;. fee moderate. 804% 1 et. X. W. Make ( the Basi SC) BR Sold by All England Fa Winter; Tighten. By MABLE V. mm' . uft esi Nem gleOs LWDON. Ost. d.-agand in draw lag la ito belt for a baud winter. Thee are manifest slgle pt the reac ties from the flurry of post-war e b a s e r e n h is re tu r ro= trdle 7by 114t: to New Y from a Wa, etf MRope. The signs are here, masy et them ltisagble as yet, bgt a0m0 are oaly two eeserote. There ape 30000 unemployed oe soldieue still, despite all the efforts of vartous organlastiena to plane the"e a who have wa the beat 6esaideraUon of the aStiSO. Now nd agala appear reports of small plants eloeed down or larger Oe" putting down their. staffs. In the city the market muddles along. held il the deadly dullness that --005anaien- uncertainty of outlook. qWu6sNBa STAGNANT. From Manchester and Liverpool, the Industrial and shipping ceatera, come reports of pessimism. Businees i stagnant compared to the level of aele a few months ago. Such bits ah these toll the story of Britain's first realisation of a had winter in prospect. Another sign that Is always sure is the discussion, in column lengths. in certain news. papers, of expansion of certain road building schemes to relieve the pree et and anticipated unemployment. We are familiar in America with the initiation of such pnovements. They generally accompany the first signas of what we know as "panic years." "This winter." says the Daily News, "we are in for a bad time, which will be rendered much worse from the fact that wages have been giving a mad lead to the Cost of liv. ing since the armistice was signed. Cost of living. as might be expected. retains an easy lead and Is going to play a big part in the economical aspect of the troubles that are now ahead." There has been no visible break hero in the steady climb in the cost of living. The widely advertised crash in the cost of such things as clothing in America two or three months ago raised hopes that the turning had arrived here. But the official cost of living figures of two succeeding months showed the usual 5 to 7 per cent Increase over the month previous. CAPITAL TURNING. Capital is beginning to turn. Dur ing the period when foreign and do mestic trade seemed able to stand price Increases, wage demands were met, after the usual bickering, with wage increases. Today many manu facturers with an eye bip the order books are ready to stand and fight. The world still cries for products of all kinds but manufacturers claim that the limit in prices which the wcrid market will stand has been reached and that they will close rather than meet further wage claims. There will be great increases in the unemployment lists. The upward climb of wages is bound to be checked. But as yet there is not vis ible even the start of a decline in the cost of necessities which should be the companion of approaching "bard times." Many clases of labor win be squeezed between a stationary in come-declining even as members of families enter the ranks of the un EDUCATIONAL, -NSe Caso Unineivity of Law, IWssbh. letters sad acen "vi6 meb A eectricaL cheal architectural Guwancins. a0ooutiaaq %at i tue s admiletration. o 9a6048 n term ember FAIRMONT A UMMW AND AT SCHOOL 2400 lth St., Cor. 10th A EIltweed ARTRUS XAMSAY. riuelpal. 2d year begins Sept. 20th. Registration of day students by apptmtinste m'I ;ood Bread sof Every? -and you'll, build long life. But get the FOOD -100% purit: ment-it 's AINEIDE ELAD Preferred for over because of its "hor and uniformly high of the best materials them-no "skim pir der's bakery. rocera and Delicas 0 1-j Hard 'elt. &injg I For Siege Te temper of labor is already Fee tive, for th worker tha dae AOS head ad resgaiaes poeet A fow days a 0 mle-lead parade of sthwMisag m: r IMFabast. pr ted to Loed a piU of labor's battles. They weoe and sook in the larseet 5iiha of shoap resturaas in Leadte. They mug to keep up o4@W"%6 but they wore beste. Unskilled Wad ftanhed throughout the oity by thousabde aamiewu ter jobs, the strikebreaher broe their sraiko. On the eserbtea thousseda watehed. "We'll e" a lot mao et this' befo .b. wItner is .ver." wa. a fr....at remark. NEAREAST FMNDS SPN ON ORGIES Chanpagne, Russ Singers, and "Mautch Danoers" Marked Constantinople "Dinners." CONBTANTINOP. Oct. 4.-FUS4 wore raised by sunday mhool shis dren in Amerles, some of whom fore went their Thanksgiving dinners that they might subscribe the sey thus saved to the Near. East Relief, were spent in hiring Turkish sauteh dancers and to buy champagne for the entertainment of Allied officers, it was brought out today during con sular court hearings. The revelries were said to be for the purpose of assuring the vises of passports with out tedious delays. The hearings had to do with six Near est employee, who are on trial, charged with graft and embeslement. Colonel Coombs, director of the re lief commission, which preferred the charge, was grilled piy the defense for approving the expense of the "wild dinner." "Did you know that champagne flowed and that Russian singers and hootchy-kootchy dancers entertained at this dinner?" the defense asked. "Yes," replied Colonel Coombs. "but there was only one dancing grL" Colonel Coombs disclaimed any knowledge of purchases and consump tion of whiskey. -stating that he and Colonel Haskell controlled the Cau casus branch of the relief work. Henry Mason Day, president of the American Foreign Trade Corporation. testified regarding the purchase of 1,000 small automobile tires from Col onel Coombs for $12 apiece. This he termed a fair price. Dr. W. W. Poet, who has been a missionary here for 39 years. and who attracted at tion 15 years ago by rescuing ElV Stone from Raisull. testified that, although he was chair man ef the executive committee, the sale was made without his knowledge. GEORGS SUNDAY SCHOOL AWN ELECTS OM RS BERWYN, Md., Oct. 4.-A camp fire to symbolise the burning of the dead wood in the schools was among the features of the boys and girls confer ence hold here under auspices of the Prince Georges County Sunday School Association to the Rev. A. X. Stooke brand, formerly pastor of the Hyatts ville Baptist Church. Dr. Main and Mrs. Frank T. Israel. of Virginia, were among the speakers. The annual election of efMome re sulted in Miss Olive Richmond. of Hyattsville being chosen president of the girls' department and Elmo Horn president of the boys' department. More than a hundred boys and girls attended. Vleal for health and loaf that's A LL Sand nourish R'S half a century ney" goodness quality-made ,. and plenty of ~g" at Schnei essen Store. E!nit~ BAKTING CO. 4c Yad GA R E VALU Flannelette . Nightgowns Woen' $2.50 N htWns a, $2.25 Women's Nightgowns, $p9 Women!$20 AMNgowns, $3.9 Wons. tra aso White Women's $2.0 Nightgowns, $1.9 hi - ne k and log levs;coe of t a td e stna n alv a lin ed ith e r emp re gtyle s. Women's $2.50 Bloomers, $1.69 Women's blac ine Niltomer. plhsain lsetionelcut and lesti o Quality.ih eringr $2.98' P2.nk At9 $1.49 Thmense lks ae Blofmex produeltct thee foremost. mil Nightgowns, $2.29 Wbmon's Nightgown. of pink batiste, In assorted designs as well a plain pink; band stitched dewa on yoke; s o dainty e pren styles. Women's $2 & $250 Bloes, $1.69 Women's Bloomers of pink silk and cotton materials, in fancy of. fects- made with narrow titched flounce-; reinforced; a.i Ceg Mill Lengt -36-lQmini Plli S e At $1*45 These silks are of exc product of the foremost mills the choicest and most wanted a wonderful assortment of be, including all the desired stree abundance of NAVY BLUES new, fresh and of a high statd -35inc Chiffin Ta -35-a&n Seath -3$dn, C -45-inch plwd so" r -36-ita Tao ta Lengths. range from 2 to 6 yard making dresses. suits wraps. epa Women's ol, $7 and $8 Higfh Shoes, $2.95 49e e disantibnedstye fanerd nernds but hoed R o adeo t ntodaf cost nsto rtail go l tan te yal Torro Our stock hearie aherr cpe assDuor tes ofh brantds, Dcludingth fmous equa prinence.hghmu Alwg S hey welhs.~ ln aoWettd and a mee olee. wang upat. Nofet euaery.sz In ~h style but ll 2.75inth o 7. drao ean or nt 3k Yased asortme o ooinssial A T C E-GIV Womei In Fur Trim $5' $7Z seaso urall) filling over the fi of at mmakh best I Dam enha arep your are a color Reind Geosab 8%*- U::am vs.,.r. with hs of Silks pdarly Up to $350.a Yard a Yard ptionally fine quality-the in the country-and represent weaves for autumn. There's utiful colorings for pelection, : and evening shades and an AND BLACK. Every yard ard of quality. *a Sil *m Sai e.. sati.s h Novelty Sripe Satins mr. Sia ageable Tafeta Silks SCrpe de Chine $--Just tquantities require for %to skil blouses. petticoats. etc. G.id..befs-pirst es. $1.39' Mercerized Table Damask at 89c Yard 64-ich Yarn Merceri.e al ice for general needs lhoie of ely natt patterns. Special at $3.75 Table Napkins *$2.25 Dozen NapknsMercerized Damak Table med pattecondto eachre n. Sliht values. (LUmit one dozen to buy er.) Geldembesg ret Plees. 58e Laundry-proof Suitings, 49e a heavyh frm woven uality, te el rwash fabric forn bo sen wear. Warranted fast colors, in arettplain colors. Goldeabergs Wxt Viesr. sd Weather With it Underwear adest to serve you now, with iest known and most popular "Forest Mlls'' and others of its and sizes for women and diu Weight Uads'erw shirts wit highloreDutch nees long knee or ankle lengths. Resetr Sh..., Worth $1.00, at 55. Eztra Sh.e, Worth $1.25, at $1.00 Miss ane Units, plai white n es ss 4 to 12 y ae 1b 45 A.- N a ..e P. , ING S I's Fa1i med and .Tail It $60 and iValues at A maker's entire surplus-all a, representing the newest and i every manufacturec accumulat his orders, and tomorrow's tock of one of the leading suit i nest retail trade. The suits feature the smartest tumn apparel. All the finest r qg-and handsome linings, exqu alloring are important details. MATERIAL t deLeaine Fi rh...h Tricota. Yalma VlouW Pur Collars of Seal, Natural Aust tce the beauty of many of these: articularly handsome. Mere words will not suffice. Yo1 own eyes to fully appreeiate w t the sale price-438.75. Al1 sizes for misses and women i to select from, such as Nankin, eer, Henna, Russet, Navy and I Go to any store in Washington fur collars and see what you wi $4 AU-Wool French Serge at $2.9 Yard ad cloe ansurror grade r h.w*de-note the . ITr able widtb It will only take 3% to 4 yards to make a dress. They tome in the desirable nagy blue and black-the most favord colors for autumn ap. parel. $3.00 Storm Serge, $1.59 A go.firm-finished weave, full of w and service: for fall suits and skirt. In nay blu e brown and Burg6ny;50ic. wide. $5.00 Al-Wool Suiting., $2.98 Handsome materials ta n the greast pulrity fora suis ndcot0 The assortment includes velours. silvertones and goldtones, in all the leading col org. 54 inches wide. $5 Al-Wool Dress Goods, $3.98 Yard cine quality all-wool plaids and checks--weaves which dominate the autumn season. Good variety or rich colo combinations for selection. 54 inches wide. GoIembewus-mwt Feo. Sale $2.25 Sec 72x90 Inches-Ter At $1 .5 These are standard qual soft finished sheeting cotton, s deep heqt. Size 72x90 inche1 manufacturer classes them a slight faults, but the durable and the serviceability is not im $2.75 Di---h--d 6c PlU. Sheets, $2.09 d 41eB .81 zO 00Seamless lowcases,. Bleached Sheets, full free from double bed sine; per- dressing; f feet quality; 'leavy $nse .Jinen finish grade, hems. I B~e40ed Blttched 36-inch 4Bleacheda Sale of Outings 50e Outing Flannels, . 35c 27-inch Outing Flannels. entra nea stripes and checqua. torrect weight for winter garments. 50e Canton Flannel, 33c sT-inch Unbleached Canton Flannel. 4 elose nap quality, with heavy twilled back. 50e Shaker Flannels, 45c 6-inch Bieached l4haker Flian neI, a heavy double fleeced qual ity. for (owns and pajamas. NOWs UP to so, rM&S...t Skc Play es e *oas BER. ALES 0C Suits eur Models 8.75 the finest models of the ost approved styles. Nit. s a surplus of suits after ale represents the entire takers-one who caters to md most distinctive types iaterials are used in their site workmanship and the tFrec Serses Broad0 eloth Chmm ralian Opossum and Nutria suits. The Tailleur models . must see these suits with hat wonderful values they All the leading autumn Pekin, Regimental, Mouse, Hlack. and price high-grade suits It have to pay. 39c Turkish Towels at 29 Each Bleached Turkish Towels, with neat blue borders-a firm woven gae for face or bath use. This a affords an opportunity to re planis y or needs at generous saving. TomUorrow at 2ceach. 29c to 39c Crash Toweling, 21c Yard Union Linen and Linen-finish Cotton Crash Towelings, with neat blue borders: good wearing qualites for roller or tea towels. 25c and 29c Huck Towels, 19c Each Hemmed Huck Towels, with fast color red border; good absor bent weaves for hand or side towels. $1.25 to $1.75 Novelty Turkish Towels, $1.00 Fine Qality Novelty Turkish Towels, n assortment of olored effects: extra heavy.gd, el ln emarly at 91. to01.75 each. Tmorrow at $1.00. Geldenbergu.-Frst ]MeeT. rmleS8Sheets 9 Each ty Seamless 5heets, made of trong and firmly woven, with for three-quarter beds. The "run-of-the-mill" owing to luality is there just the same >ared one bit. mimaes, $5.50 DBdspread., Cro$ 3. 4 starche or sraos, ful eube rin woven be ize; inan rcottm uortment of heav Selseenber's-Wiht Fleeu. 59c Outing Flannels, -44c 82-inch Outing Flannels, extra heay doubl fleeced qualIty, in 75e Yarn Mercerized Poplins at 59e Yard linE, a heavyrfirm woveonnduality. with ric mercerised finish; ina evening hades ls lin white. $4.50 English Longeloth, $3.29 ten )arde inech iec o ,tl chamoia finish quality for uinder garm n beg'-Wit arler.