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TEXOLEUM felt base floor coverings $17.50 Texoleum 9x12 rugs at Aside from a slight misprint, which few will find and none wMi miod. thes. rugs are guaranteed as fuly as If you paid the regular price. - Texoleum is one of the most And a Texoleun rag will not durable felt-bas foor coverings made. kick or curl up at the edges; will not UnHke many other goods of this char- shrink or stretch; let the weather be ter, Tetoleum is not made of paper.TEXOLEUM Tezoleum is made of linen, rubber by-products and is pattern surfaced by Texoleum is water oof. It will four heavy coats of paint. All this not mildew or rot. lU hard surface meanscan not absorb dust or moisture; hence means ear ~Tekoleum never, requires sweeping, just an occasional going over with a Texoleum rugs lay perfectly flat on the door, without tacking, cement or W Texoleum rugs at $7.95 other artificial help. 6x9 Texoleum rugs at $4.95 Floor coverings by the ydrd Ght the facts straight There have been plenty of sales here abouts of "seconds," "factory im perfections"V ami oter Ifrreguar" makesw floor coverinho o we want~i alay theaiz same.l th power of our pen that this isot mia sale of First quality SANITEX floorTrvering; sightly, Sanitary, serviceable. o the aee hel . 6x9 Texoeg bet .n "AW or "mW o *Uwmakes. Choice of attractive patterns in , square yard tile, floral and geometrical designs. Bring your floor measurements with you-choose what YOU will Ott 4h a square ya. (Rug- oet flgt ) This ioado l den . Brng asrfhoimaurmetgwt m ac-hos hywil t49 This anationally knownm-re $165 ahing a mat 37o hchiw n epl thny om orn wt usme Da - 017stl as you would an automobile. gJE'VEsold hundreds of these machines to .V jatisfiedJ wonken in your neighborhood who are using them every day. Put your clothes and anything that can he washed in the tub and turn on the electricity. Presto! They are 'steamed sterilised, bleached and washed spotlessly in one operation. We want to point out to you the features of this machine Wtb e'te ll e eets you ask the woman hoer use-bth i o achinel onuwic e s in rthedt- g here. iWu fa laIon(sdtrght)a TheofHech t Cn iao.e Sow ndatalhedatt csto the nd Octbr the gathi lng ot the diplomatic la should be conaplete and th changes in the personnel of tt corps which are in onder will tWei. be accomplished. The french Am .aador and Mme. Jueserand, no* at their home in rance. are due here the tatter part of October an.. the Belgian Ambassador and Baroness de Carter, who are also abroad, are elpected about October 16. No definite date has ben set for the return of Signor Rolandi Rioci, ambassador of Italy. but he, too, is expected some time next month and it is possible that his wife, who did not aoeompatiy him to Washington when he tool' up his duties here, will eme wth him this time. Dr. Thomas A. Le4retoo. am bassador of Argentina, got back from Europe, where he ss,eht the summer, some weeks ago. out Mme. LeBreton and her niece, Miss Man uela JLoveraa, are still in Paris. They will probably return In October or early In November. Dr. LeBre ton went to White Sulphur Springs. W. Va., for the week end, but is due beck today or tomorrow. The Brit ish ambasiador is already here and Lady Geddes will return borm Dark Harbor the last of this mouth. Mme. de iano, wife of the Span ish ambassador. will rejoin her hus band here the first week in October. She is now the guest of her aunts, the Misses Foster, in Hlartford, Conn., after having visited her sister. Mrs. Chandler Anderson, at York Harbor for the greater part of the summer. V1COUNT D'ALTE, the Minister of Portugal, will return to his apartment at Wardman Park Hotel tomorrow. The Minltr of Norway and Mme. Bryn and their family will also come home tomorrow from Skyland, W. Va., where they passed the summer. The Swiss Minister and Mme. Peter are already here after an extended tour of the West. They visited the Swiss colonies In Denver, Portland. Takoma, Seattle, and @an Francisce, and were given a royal welcome In each place. The Serbian Minister and Mme. Grouitch are now on their way to this country from Europe and are expected here the latter part of this week. Presumably, however, they will stay but a short timb, as the Minister Is to be transferred to Lon don. Princess Bibeseo, wife of the Minister of Rounania, is In London with her family and won't come home for several weeks. The Min iater, meanwhile, is passing a good deal of time in New York. Miss Ra mona Lefeyre, sister of the charge d'affaires of Panama. is on her way back and is due in Norfolk this week. Mr. Lefevre has gone to Nor folk to meet her. Mnt. Timont, wife at Mr. Raeul Tilsont, attaVhe the Belgian em bassy, has Mr. Turnout at their home. 1s Wyoming avenue. Mme. Tilmont spent the summer at Edgartown, Mass. -4 D R. BEDRICH 1TEPANEK, the minster of Cesechodavakia, will have as guestx this week Senato V. Klosac. former minister of national defense. and the Chosavakla W sdeMil I TRE The For those deel No time iS m< stocks of new the careful buy ar. now in 5101 SEAMLESS C These ar obts and being seam essr she floor you-the varli make easy the JEAN ELIC MISS 1BRGINIALEIGH MORRIS of Norfolk, whose en eent te Sylvan King, of W ington, hai been announced. Miss Morris Is a talented artist and has won favos with discriminating critics for hei mall sculptured figures. delegation for the Sokol, held In Chicago in August. The guests will spend a good deal of time In visiting *points of interest under the guid ance of members of the legation staff. Senator Klosae was here under the. Austrian regime. The secretary of the legation of Denmark. Peter Christian Behou. has been appointed Danish consul general at Montreal, Canada. and with Mine. Schou will leave In a few weeks to assume his new duties. WWite HeW Guests Leave, Mr. and Mrs. George Van Fleet, of Marion. who have been guests for ten days at the President and Mrs. Hard. Ing. returned with them yesterday trap thetr cruise &board thl May. CO ad left later In the affamoeon for Ohio. The Attorney General, Mr. Daugh. arty, and Jes Smith,- of Ohio, who returned to town yesterday after a cruise on the Mayflower as the guests of President and Mrs. Hard. Ing. motored to BJtimore in the afternoon to see Mrs. Daugherty. J. SLOJ I.N.V. WA NOTE 0s g Prie of w merehas been reduced In fmR1 prep.i I.oeli lower reidacement oos rous of making atisactor ITS, ORIENTAL and DOlt RUGS and.INOLEUMS ge opportune than the prei merchandise - prices strone er,.-standard qualities asem esbine to further your intel CARPETS mid plain effets-in all the k for imanediate delivery. EENiLLE and EN~GISH ' L~te9.. 12 ft.mndl15ft.' sable in a very great variet tless ca &e used either in 1 mnirely. Our prices will agi ey and exee~enee of our m problem of selection. aesa hana 8 AM t 5.30 P.Ma ITI It IT who is a iatlont at John* Hopkins Hospital. James J. Davis, Secretary of Labor, reached Washington this morning after having spent the week-end in Pittsburgh. Mrs. Davis, who had tentatively planned to accompany her bleband beak to Washington. has postponed her return for the present. Kis Harlan Returns. Miss Laura Harlan. Mrs. Hard. Ing's social secretary, has returned to Washington from Murray BLy, Canada. where she has been spend Ing her summers for many years. and has resumed her duties aF the White Houpse. Jmdle Da To Retra Justice William It Day will return to Washington this week from his home In Canton, Ohio. where has has been since leaving his summer home on Lake Michigan. --4 Senator William E. Borah has gone to Atlantic City to Join Mr. Borah. and (Continued on Page Nineteen.) kNE INGTON. D. C. y purchase. of LESTIC ent. Complete ly appealing to igastiafantnuv VELYET usual width., CARPETINGS idths. y of colorings, tufor m so *o eablyi surprise rr SUSYCORNER PENNA.JLAT 8f1.51 OPEN 9:15 A. M. TO 6 P. M. 0I "COSTUME" BLOUSES THE LATEST FALL FASHION -aThe aaptability of this blouse is one of its chief charms. It can be worn as a regular overblouse, with a separate skirt, or with a silk underslip which transforms It into a stunning freok. We are show ing a splendid assortment of these NEW MODELS IN CANTON CREPE OR HEAVY CREPE DE CHINE --One handsome model has the new Japanese sleeves entirely of lace, and side tunics also of lace. -Another model of crepe is trinmed with a con trasting shade of georgette erepe, having the sleeves and pide tunic of the georgette. -till another is trimmed with self material, has tunic slashed at sides and .ovelty ribbon sash. Has a long hose sleeve, which can be buttoned over to form a cuff or worn loose. These are in navy and black. -A pretty model is'made with round neck and three-quarter sleeve, edged with celluloid cabachons in black and red, or navy and black. -All are slip-on models. They have belt of ribbon or self materials, and some of the belts tie at each side. Choice...... . Kann'o-soond Floor. Handsom lap Silk Kimonos -Should be a part of the wardrobe of the young woman returning to boarding school or coll7e Our new models are certalfily "things of beauty. -BREAKFAST COATS of Jap silk. The designs are strictly Japanese in conception and coloring. The coats are made with flounce from the knee, large sleeves, silk collar. At . -JAP KIMONOS In the strict Jap style, with the large Manri0rin sley which is finiahed with tassel; inverted pleat in b with trimming of plain c61, ored satin ribbon and tailored bow of ribbon. At .,.......... -RAJAH SILK KIMONOin Japanese patterns, with large Mandarin sleeves, tailored bow in back and belt. At. .. . . . . -4WANDARIN COATS, plain blue - nium; richly embroidered In huge roses in pink. At .................... $45 --Eman'm-eeend 31eor. SNING FALL FROCS OF CANTON AND ROSHANARA CREPE, BROCADED CREPE AND CREPE DE CHINE -We are showing hosts of pretty mrodels in these materials, and they are very inexpensively priced At35 ad $39.75 -There are slip - over models, shir side . to give a little full ness at the bottom of the skirt. 'Orna mented with ball trim ming of self material on the skirt ari at the end of theilrrge -A new model of brocaded ere in a lo style,' Is finished with deep erush belt panels edged with deep silk fringe., -Another dress is of heavy Cantos crepe and sleeves lined with contrasting color. has novel ornaments in bright color. A sat Canton crepe is made with bead ornament , i the mandarin sleeves and front:s narrISZow be and side ainls giving Irregular length to the ski -A Rohanara crepe dress is made In co. s tyle trimmied with gilt and wite embroidery; h nar. tow belt, -There are many other handsome models crepe meteor, moon glo satin, satin charmeuse, a well as of the materials above mentioned. On asot ment of sizes.