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NEW SILKS at Lowest Pices 006 ae dy uats tw ei u evr thurom dw da4t ---- thoai e euua..ei frock. mst be of 96 aa thrNumbers at $1 $1M -u $M.6 dot iclude 1M1 for every am of these Put value is bed br comparison all along the line h3 et ilght up to or to: "More than sixty years, At $L29 Yard All-SMa Crepe de Chine-Rich, heavy quality, beautifully creped-.Lthe kind that makes such charming blouses, frocks, lingerie, negligees, etc. It Is full 40 inches wide and an unsurpassable value. At $L69 Yard' EIGHT SEASONABLE STTUS 40.luck Charmeu.e, In .0 36-luch Printed Radium, designs do Chine, light cora 364=h - Tif fe t all wanted cobra. 36-inc0 Dres Satin, in the season's best coler. 36-luch Heavy Tricostie, in donanded colors. 36-uinc Black Satin Duchess, beautiful luster, 36-lnck Tub Shlrtnes, In satin stripe effects. At $2.69 Yard 40-luc Canton Crepe, in navy, brown, black. 40-nck Satin Charmeuse, in the sesomn's celera. - 40-inch Radium, in rich designs and colers. 40-1nck Crepe Meteor, in ten lovely cora. 46.Inch Crepe de Chine, light and dark color. 40-fuch Changeable Taffeta, In fifteen color effects. 40-inch Satin Romuna, in ten beautiful colors. neirO em g a euer. One Thousand House Dresses Copied from higher-priced models, In a special sale .195 tomorrow~ at. . . ........ Of percale, Gingham and Chambray, fin ished with neat white collars, showing pretty touches of hand embroidery. Roomy pockets, and the models include the wanted straight-line effects; sizes 36 to 46. ni r 4 muer mbse a krier. Two Exceptional Values in Silk Stockings Brief details: Seamless feet, seamed backs and narrowed ankles that slenderize. Heavy garter tops and reinforced feet. $1.00 $1.50 Fine gauge; silk and Pure thread Sill fber; in black and three S i 'n ad four shades of tan and three rich shades of tan. Beau- shades of. grey and tiful finish. black. 7irst w M~ a nete. They're AUl Talking About Our New Fall Hats at $5.00 With Panne and Lyons Velvet in the lead, we have ac complished exactly what we set out to do-give Washing- 4 ton the most at tractive line of Mil linery at $5.00 to be found in the en tire city. The most de pendable sources of Millinery stylee and quality were approached and when we stated the number of Hats we were willing to purchase PROVIDED TUE STYLES WERE UP TO THE MINUTE, THE QUALITIES SUPERIOR AND THE PRICE LOW ENOUJGH FOR US TO OFFER THEM AT $5.00, they complied, and the Hats are here for your selection. UakIn eecnce iale a pe, gig. mua trulg seew... ' . *' ' *- l ra kehr..e.. M R. HARDING aonmanle theP dent to am inte riorDepartment this morning atted the opening of the unem loyment coaference. at which Preel dent Harding made an address. See rotary Hoover. chairman of the esference, and George B. Christian. the President's , were with t4 P ident and Harding othey left the White House.. Dr. Nioholas Murray cutler, president of Colnabla University, who was a spost at the White House., has re tuined to Now York. O weddings 6f wde , Interest, scheduled to take place be ford long in the Imperial Chapel at Coblens, Germany. A strange set . truly, Sor the marriage of Am Wis, but the anomaly is explained, of course, by the fact that both bridegrooms are army men and both are stationed with .the army of ocoupation In Ger nany. Miss Mildred Eddy. who Is to be married on October 13 to Lieut. William ucKs Dunn. U. I. A.. is the daughter of Jesse Leeds Eddy. of New York,'and her father led ler when she net sall on ft y for Europe. Lieuten ant Dunn In aide to Brg. Gen. H. T. AMen, who i in command of the American troops on the Rhine. He in the son of Mrs. Lanler Dunn. of Richmond. mss - Fonrose Wainwright, daughter of Mhe Assistant SecretarY a nd Mrs. Wainwright. Is to be the bfide's only attendant. She saled with Miss Eddy and her father and expects to be abroad only . a few weeks. Mrs. Wain wright. now at her home in Rye. N. Y., In expected In Washington about October 10. Mr. Wainwright is just back from an Inspection trip, but that. as Mr. Kipling says, in another story. Miss Ruth Thomson, a sister of Capt. 8tnley A. Thomson, is to be married to Capt. Milton B. Halsey on October 9. this wedding also taking place in the Imperial Chapel at Coblens. The engage ment was announced recently at a luncheon given by Mrs. Harry B. Crea, wife of Major Crea, in May eno, Germany. Anoher interesting wedding in "foreign rts" is the marriage of Miss Rut Moran. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Grayson Moran. of Beverly Manor. Staunton. Va., to James Lawrence Head, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Landon Head, of St. Louis, Mo. Thin has alrealy taken place, the ceremony having been solamnized In the American con sulate at Lima. Peru. on Sep tember 16. Attorney Gesral IN dali"mere. The Attorney General. Harry M. Daugherty. who went to Baltimore lsturdey to take Mrs. Daugherty. who as been at Johns Iopkins Hospital. to her home in Columbus. Ohio. will return to Washington the latter part of thin week. Mr. Da*gterty'was so ompansed by Jeo s nith. -4 The Minister of the Serb. Creats. and Unovenen and Me. Grouitch. who have been abroad for several months. will arrive In New York Thursday aboar4 the Scythia. They will come to Weahington immediately upon their arrival to reopen their residence on Wyoming avenue. -4 Me. Peter. wife of the minister of Bwitserland, will sall from New York ftr Europe toiorrow aboard the S. 8. Lafayette. She plans to remain abroad until December, returning to Waphington to spend Christmas. The niister accompanied Mme. Peter to New York Saturday and will return to the Capital early this week. -4 The Minister of Poland and Princess Lubomirska, accompanied by their children, will return to Washington from Newport tomorrow. Cseek aver Leases Homs. The minister of Cescho-lovakla, Dr. Psdrich Stepanek, has leased the res dence 2040 8 street. once the home of the late R. Dickinson Jewett, and will take possession soon. - - The minister of Sweden. Capt. Axel Wallenberg, has gor.. to New York to Neaegrass Statienery r~iuvery peeona oe ties are to be seen in the man reauthentic ensraved show yeu. 'Baeon The Joy of Possession Keep your pictures, they are a constant reminder of the pleasures you have en joyed. By carefully pasting them in one of our Photo graph Albums you may have them fresh and clean for as many years as you wish. We are also headquarters for de veloping and printing, the kind thast lasts. Our work is different from the average It is guaranteed not to fade or turn color with age-and we give you "Same Day" service If you wish. B* NATIONAL. LEMEMBRANCE 81V0P Ger. Pester's shop) 14kg ama nvfm..&.A.. JEIAN ELIOT co Neet oie. Walle and sd Engagerd Wan , are due to arivefro:a thin week. Mrs. James W. Wadsworth, Jr., with her son, Jerry, and her daugh ter, Evelyn, will return to WsMag ton about October 1 from their beos at Mt. Morris. N. Y. Senator and Mrs. Atlee Pomerene have returned to their apartamt at the Higbaids to remain for the win ter season after spending two weeki at French Lick lprings. Ind.. and a week at their home in Ohio. Maj. Gen. raiing Be1ah, chief of mginese, T. S. A.. has returned to Washington after an inspection trip to Colorado. Mrs. Marshall Field, who has been ,pending the summer on the north hore of Massachusetts. Is now In New rork, and Is. staying at the - Plasa Rotel. Mrs. John F. Wilkins. who has been kt the ML Washington Hotel. Bretton Woodq N. ., with her father. Alfred r. Harris. of Richmond, Is in New rork for a day or two before return ing to Washington. -4 Tlie Comptroller of the Currency ind Mrs. D. R. Crissinger wil ve )a October 1 from 3400 Si th street to the Somerset, where they ave leased an apartment. Mr. Cris singer i contemplating a trip to the West Coast, and Mrs. Crissinger and Ier daughter. Miss Donna Ruth Cris inger, will go shortly to their home In Marion. Ohio. to superintend the renting of their house there. CoL and Mrs. 'Charles W. Kuts have as guests their son-in-law and saughter. Capt. and Mrs. Lewia renny Ross, who will make them a short visit before eturn to roseas, where Captain Ros on luty. Mrs. Ross was formerly Miss Karin Kuts and her wedding took place about a year ago. -4 Mrs. A. F. Tiffany, who has been at the Shoreham for a time, has returned to New York. -4 Maurice D. Peterson and IL H. Bims, of the British embassy staff, who spent the week-end at Hot Springs, gave a dinner at the Home stead on Saturday night. -4 Mr. and Mrs. John Cowen 20ftfa have sent out Invitations for the wedding reception of their daughter, Wiss Minnie Letta. and WUHla Marion Guthrie on Saturday. October 16, at Ayrlawn. Eflicot street at rhirtysecond. The ceremony. which will take place imiediately before the wedding. will be attended only by reladtls and a few close friends. Mr. Guthrie and his bride will ive at St. Joseph. Mo.. and will be at bore after December 1 at the iEgene Field Apartments. Prince do Bea. counselor at the French embassy. who spent the sum. mer at igh'eed, on - Rimtt use street, Chevy Chase, the home of Mr. Henry C. Corbin, has leased the reel. dence of Mrs. W. W. Vinier, at 2221 R street, which he will occupy after October 1 Mr. ad Mrs. Ernest Green and their daughter. Miss Margaret Green, 1506 H STREE'! - Ster A In accordance i current,webav have been disc them at pie We direct SHEAVY Q sine 9 AMERICA sine 9 All of standard will render ser the low prices EXTRA B ooy] GENUINIE .ine 9 - SCOTCH E Linoleums (bo every reliable ( A larpeuassrs., suusable for. any sens inessaces le I AlL OF OUR 'M antYNDATIDN OF T ,hve taken h bouse at ITS$ Uhm- dt after spenag the Summer at ohuus avenue, Whiab thev'wml c. Astocity. ca.' :.sthter Part - er. .U. Gross 03a01e her debt 161 seamen at Mr. and Mmrs d Calsovis sold the Rit-arlton, ew York- their daughter. Miss Mae Clovis, who '""" ane now in P , will Spend the win -ks. s" 00111, ter in medrid. vhere they have par Mrm Phelps stekw and ier daugtb- chased a house. They will entertain ter, Mw len stokes, et Now extensively this winter and will pre York. are at the Lfaytte Hotel for ment Miss lovin to their freeds there. a few dam IIs.4 Mrn. Wendell Philips ha arrived in Mrs. Parter at Briwef Ledge. Washington trosn New York and in KM Henry Kirke Porter and Mice Staying at. the Willari. -Mals M. In, of 10 I street. Mr. ad Mrs woot rTuton and have arrived at BriarcUtt Lodge In their haby dausgh Wi rstsqrn to the Westchester. Hills. portinad. me.,, O 1. after passing 04 the summer in W Miss Virgina Ianar Robamen has -4.-- returned from New Hainpisre. Miss Lena Straums has returned to where she spent the sunmer. A Danger Warning -Bleeding Gums A re s v.tender? Do e bleed when if so-watch out for Py a. Thi disease of the gameW which aicts four ouof five people over forty. not enly destroys the teeth. but often wrecks the hlesh. In Pyorrhe. the game be~.-- sponw. then recede; the teeth decay loosen ad fA out-or mn4st be am tracted to &id th'e sste of the in.cting Pyorhea srm which breed in pockets about them. These game lhe& body a witality aind cause miany You can keep Pyorrhea away. Visit your dentist ofen for tooth and gum inspection, and use Forhan's For lie Cams. SForhan's For the Gums preveate Pyorrhea-or checks iin Press, if used in time and used consist. eny. O ydentifrice= cannot do this Forhan's keeps the game and hoeky-the teeth white and sZ ngl n cmmt use Forhan tobv rcdc dentiest I.......e. f. , special t,. . 35c. and 60@ tubes. AD druggists. Feni. C., Neow York Feas's. L... Messlea : J. SLOANE ,N.W WASHINGON D. C. ear-.00 A. M. to 5.30 P. M. Daily rith our policy of keeping our merchandise 5selectedfirom our stock those patterns which .ntinued by the manufacturer and marked which will assure their immediate sale.' your attention to the following items. DUALTY SAXONY WILTON RUGS D SEAML.ESS CHENILLE RUGS sntai DesIgns x 12 . . . . at $62.50 and 392.50 N4 SEAMLESS ORIENTAL RUGS x2 . . . . . . . . at $115.00. quality, in the very useful 9 x 12 size. They rice far greater than might be suggested by at which they are sold. *lmaOler sises almo at proportionate prices. EAVY SEAMLESS TAPESTRY RUGS B ten wire quality and superior to most Brssls)eise9x 12 . . . at 338.50 BODY BRUSSELS RUGS x 12 . . . . . . . . at $49.50 TYLE REVERSIBLE BEDROOM RUGS x12 . . . . . . . . at $24.00 ah plain and figured), Door Mats, etc.~i [uality ni of Grass Rugs, Rag Rugs and Rush Rugs' parl of the home, as greatly reduced prices-in a than one.alf the former price. IRcHANDIsU QUALIT IS AN UETIAL-THE VITAL ErAe ha-ennpar-rrn eHeCH nLrY TIrM WrL DISnLOEeam NEBuSY CORNt UL.A S004, BTUsI Ope 9:15 A. M. Clo" 6:00 P. M. Lace Trianing, Sadin-, U ailsn These Smart Georgette and Crepe de Chine Blouses at $5.95. -The crepe do chines are made in dressy effects, tie-on and tuck-in models, with embroidery in contrasting colors, of silk and wool. Some elaborately trim med with beads. -The colors are mohawk and navy, black and jade, brown and mohawk, also white, flesh and bisque tailored models. -The Georgette Crepes are in brown, navy and black, with Bulgarian banding and others with jet and crystal beading, also white, flesh and bisque, trim med with filet lace, Val, and Princess laces. -Many of these new models are ornamented with frills. -Both the Georgette and Crepe de Chine are in sizes 36 to 46 bust. Kann'i-Second Floor. HAND-MADE BLOUSES -Cut after American patterns, made entirely by hand, including the drawn work ornamentation, hem stitching and sewing. They are in sizes from 86 to 46. Priced exceptionally low at ..... .. -0 KaUnn's-Bargain Tables-Street Floor. Never Were FaH Dresses More AHuring Than Now -So many. novel and decora tive little touches have been introduced this -season that one is almost bewildered by the variety from which to choose. -There are tricotine frocks in plain tailored styles, -Aft of - thft&'-Ads " Vf the new side nels and ornamez~ed VC n little buttons and an e broidery. -Others are of Canton crepe, in Blip-over style., with many pleated panels, finished with fancy but tons. and long sash. -There are crepe do chine dresses, made in the new long-wai style, or blouse tunie, the skirt finished with long sash. -The colors are navy, brown, and black, and the sizes are. from 14 to 20 years, and 36 to 46 bust. The Price Only $25 Kann's-Second Floor. New Arrivals in Corsets for Fall -The Corset which is the foundation of a sutart cos tume should be chosen first, and the new stiit, blouse or dress fitted over it. -NEW RUBBOLASTIC GIRDL ES, made of coutil and elas -NEW C. B. A L.A SPIRITE CORSETS, mede of fine ht rocae, with elasti top, long over the hips Af REGALISTIC CORSETS hmade of pin silk brocde, elastic garters, style for slender figures, at....... 70 Kann's-Second Floor. Fair Weather When the Lady Appears onthe Porch, But Look Omit'for Squalls When the Man Come. Out Weather Houses Just Like the Picture, and Real Weather Prophets on'y29c -The little houses are mae of wood, 6%A-in. high and 5)4-in. wide. Each house has its thermometer. -These "Weather Houses" will please both .the grown-up chil. dren and the small onies. -We started with 1,000, but that nuinber Is riot a large one for a popular novelty of this kind. Special sale at the Bargain Table-Street Floor-and in the Toy Store-Fourth Floor.