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HOLY ROSARY CHURCH
OBSERVES FEAST DAY
The feast of Our Lady of the Holy
Rosary was celebrated yesterday at
ths Church of the Holy Rosary, Third !
and F streets northwest, with the
Rt. Rev. Mgr. A. Cossio, auditor of
the Apostolic Delegation, celebrating
In the afternoon the annual proces
sion of the Rosary took place, and
150 boys, divided Into fifteen group.-,
searched through the neighborhood,
Carrying banners representing *he
fifteen mysteries of the Rosary. They
were joined by the Confraternity of
the Blessed Sacrament, the 8ociety of j
Christian Mothers and the Young j
Ladles' Society. A prayer for peuce |
Reception to Miss Keller.
A reception honor of Miss Hel"n
Keller will he given Wednesday
afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock at the
Women's City Club by the mem
bership commlttec. Mrs. Lyman R.
Swormstedt, president of the club,
and Mrs. Harold P. Parks, chaln<i>tn
of the membership committee, will
head the receiving line. Dr. Foye,
Miss Henriqut, Mrs. Peter Drutv,
Mrs. Kills Meredith, Mrs. George
Martin and Mrs. Edward P. Costigi-ji
WOMEN'S CITY CLUB
The Women's City Club launched
their drive for new members this
morning- Each afternoon (luring the
two weeks of the drive the club will
keep open house with the captain of
a team as hostess. On Tuesday after
noon, Team No. 3. of which Mrs.
L<aura A. Bradley, seconi vice presi
dent of the club, is captain, will be
hostess. Mrs. Bradley will be assist
ed by the other members of her team,
Mrs. Mina Van Winkle. Mrs. Cath
rine Karla, Mrs. Garrett Miller, Miss
Kthel Bagley, Mrs. Kita Campbell,
Mrs. Florence Roundy, Mrs. K.
Manuel, Mrs. E. Eaquar, Mrs. Nnn
Street, and Mrs. A. (Jarges. All
women who arc interested in the
Women's City Club are invlte.1 to
call at the club house, 22 Jackson
place, between 4 and 6.
WIDOW IS DRAGGED FROM
HUSBAND'S GRAVE; SLAIN
CAIRO, Oct. 2.?One of th>
world's most bizarre crimes wis
committed when an Egyptian wid
ow was dragged frortv the fresh
grave of her husband ami her body
literally hacked to pieces by three
8th and Pa. Ave. N. W.
Special 10-Day Sale
WE HEAR A GREAT DEAL THESE DAYS ABOUT
GETTING BACK TO OLD-TIME STANDARDS OF
VALUE?but when you come here to purchase you'll
find that we're already back! Your dollar here is worth as
much as it ever was?and worth infinitely MORE than it is
right now in most< stores! Repeated experiments will prove
this the store for most economical shopping!
BARGAINS SECOND FLOOR
Sale of Women's Luxuriously Fur
Trimmed Coats and Wraps, $39.98
We wish you could see these coats without knowing
the price. You'd probably say "Oh, how gorgeous!
But I really wasn't looking for anything so expen
sive?" Then the $39.98 would be a real surprise.
When you do see them, you will know that the cloths
and furs are the same as those used in the very high
priced coats and wraps.
BARGAINS THIRD FLOOR
New Sport Hats $1 98
Hats of felt, velvet, velvet and felt, suede- JL
like cloth?in fact, the newest materials in
all the new colors; limited quantity, special..
Coats, Suits, Dresses $1 (V
A II - .L_ c a ? it., f n ? A V
All at the Sensationally Low Price
Serges and Jerseys
in shades of navy,
tan. etc. Silk lined
and a good range of
sizes. See these by
Sport models an?l
heavy ulster styles
for colder weather.
Silvertones and ve
lours. some with
beaverette and seal
ine collars. Sport
models have fancy
plaid backs, pockets,
belts, etc. All sizes.
Of Canton Crepe,
Tricotines, in navy
and black. Velvets
and Serges, navy,
black and brown.
The styles are good.
The materials are
excellent. All sizes
in the lot.
RESIDENT HARDING re
ceived In the blue Room at
-*? the White House today the
members of the Supreme Court.
It is an uiinual cuHtoin, time
honored, for the justices to Jour
ney to the White House on the
first day of the fall term to be
received formally by the Chief
Executive. They leave for the
White ilouse immediately follow
ing the adjournment of the court,
shortly after noon.
SECRETARY OF STATE
HL'GHES, who lias but re
cently returned from an official
visit to Brazil to take part in the
ecntenniat celebration, is already
laying plans for another interest
ing journey next March. If his of
ficial duties permit, h? will be a
member of the American delega
tion to the Pan-American confer
ence to be held then in Santiago,
Chile. This confereneo will bring
together representatives of the
iwenty-one republics comprising
the Pan-American Union, and it is
realised that its importance war
rants the Secretary's presence If
he can possibly get aWay.
Dr. I,. S. Rowe, Director General
of the Pan-Atnerican I'nlon, will
attend, not as a representative of
the I'nited States, but in his offl
clal capacity an the active head of
the Pan-American I'nlon.
Cuba will be represented at the
Santiago conference by Dr. Carlos
Manuel de Cespedes, who, though
officially credited to the I'nited
Sbites as minister, holds the port
folio of secretary of state in the
cabinet of President 7.ayas.
Should there be no bitch in the
plans of Secretary Hughes to at
tend the conference, it is expected
that he will make the trip to San
tiago on board an American battle
Mrs. Philip H. Kauffmann has
closed her cottage at Blue Ridge
Summit. I'a., and has returned to her
apartment in the Somerset, accom
panitnl bv her small son, Franklin
Lane Kauffmann. Her mother, Mrs.
Franklin K. Ijine, is at present visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Kauffmann.
Baroness von Schoen. who was for
merly Miss Catherine Blrney, of
Washington, h;is rejoined Baron von
Schoen, counselor of the German em
bassy lo Balv, in Rome, after an ab
sence of several.months. She spent
July in St. Morltz, Switzerland, and
afterward visited l!aron von Hchoen's
faultily on their estate In Bavarm.
Baroness von Schoen is a sister of
Mrs. Harold Walker.
Lieut. Wilson Hampson. I". S. N?
who is on leave, is visiting his
mother and sistvr, Mrs. Joseph
Humpson and Miss Frances Hamp
son, at the Dresden, and will be with
them through October.
Mrs. James M. Beck und Miss Bffl 1
trice Beck, wife and daughter of thel
Solicitor General, who have been at
Seabright. N. J., since their return
from Europe, are expected in \\ ash- )
Ington this week.
Mr. nnd Mrs Roliert Lansing have
reopened their house in Eighteenth 1
Where would we be anyway
if it weren't for advertising?
WHAT a lot of time advertising saves us! We
need something. We see it advertised. And
we go straight from where we are now to where the
article is sold.
Have you ever gone around from place to place
seeking for something which you knew existed but
which nobody else seemd to know anything about, not
even the storekeepers?
You have wasted an hour, maybe several hours,
possibly half a day. You have worn out your patience,
and before the end of the quest probably you began
to figure that the thing which you sought was not,
after all, so good as you thought it wa^ otherwise
other people besides yourself would know something
The manufacturer who advertises, invests his
money, therefore, not alone to tell of the merits of his
goods but to save you time. The manufacturer who .
is willing to pay for advertising space in newspapers
or magazines in order to point out to you where his
merchandise is sold, so that you may get there quicker
and buy it easier, is not going to skimp or cheat in
manufacturing it. *
After going to all the trouble and expense of telling
you just where you may find it, he is going to see to
it that when you do buy it, it is good enough so that
you will buy it again.
And in making up your mind about merchandise
which is advertised, consider this last thought?the
manufacturer can well afford to make it as good as it
can be made because one sale means hundreds, even
thousands of others following naturally and costing
him nothing extra.
Published by The Washington Times, in co-operation
with The American Association of Advertising Agencies
?street for the winter, after having
spent the summer months at Hen
derson Harbor, N. Y. Their cousin.
Miss Dorothy Heed, who was with
them all summer, ha* been visiting
in New York for the lust two or
three weeks, but will return to Wash
Mm. Richard Townsend la again at
her homo in Massachusetts avenue,
after having spent the lMtter part of
thu autnmer in liar Harbor.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker will
have a? guests Mrs. Donald Brown,
of New York, and her daughter, Miss
Charlotte Hrown. who are arriving
tomorrow to remain a few davs. They
are on tholr way to Foxcroft, Vft..
where MIhs Brown will enter school. '
Mrs. Reginald Huidekoper, Who j
spent the summer at Nonqult, Mass., !
has returned to town and is at her
home In Massachusetts avenue for 1
The Cuban minister to China. Jose
R. Barnet, and Mme. Barnet have left j
Washington for Vancouver, B. C., |
from where they will sail for Pekln. i
M. and Mme. Barnet spent several
weeks in this city.
Mrs. Taft, wife of the Chief Jus-1
tice, will reach Washington tonior- (
row, having been Identified at her j
summer honif at Murray Bay, Can- |
aila, after the departure of Chief i
Justice Taft last wek. Mrs. Taft is j
In mourning for her brother, Mr. ;
William Collins Herron, who died 1
here last week, but was unable to
go to Cincinnati for Ills funeral.
She is coming direct to Washington
The Secretary of I?abor, James J.
Davis, who is In Atlantic City, ad
dressed a dinner of the local Moos
nt the Breakers lats night.
Ambassador and Mrs. Harvey have
returned to London from the coun
trv, and have taken iiuarters In the
Hyde Hark Hotel until the new em
bassy Is ready for occupancy, which
probably will be several months
hence. The ambassador Is looking
better than ever after his sojourn in
Scotland, and is prepared for >? busy
Robert !* Skinner. American con
sul general, has arrived in London
from the Continent and resumed his
duties. Mrs. Skinner remained with
her relatives at 'Injurs.
Rear Admiral and Mrs. Willaid H
Brownson. who have been visiting
their son-in-law and daughter. Cap;. ;
*ind Mrs. Charles Husney. In London,
have sailed 011 the Adriatic atxl are j
returning to Washington.
( ount Costantini, special adviser
to the Italian embassy, and Countess
Costantini left yesterday for Locust
Valley, Long Island, after spending.
a few days at Wardman Bark Hotel.
In the late autumn they will sail fori
Italy, to remain several months.
Prince de Beam, formerly coun j
selor of the French emliassy. has ar
rived in New York from France and
presumably will visit Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Tucker-1
man and their children, who have
been at Southampton, Long Island,
all summer, have returned to Wash
Mrs. H. Wilfred DuPuy will re
turn to Washington today after
spending the summer abroad and will
reopen her house at 1745 N street.
Miss Olyve Graef is the guest of
her cousin. Miss Allsa Mellon, at
Avaion. Prides Crossing. Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Askel C. P. Wichfeld.
who are at Blair Castle. Ulalr Atholl.
Scotland, for the shooting season, ex
pect to come to Washington after
Christmas and will open their hous?
in Massachusetts avenue for the sea
The Anvhassador of France and
Mme. Jusserand are expected to j
arrive In this country about Oc
tober 20, after having spent the [
latter portion of the summer in
Don Beltran Mathieu. Ambas
pador of Chile, has nrrived In New
York from France and will Mme
to Washington the middle of this j
week. Senora de Mathleu will re
main in Europe until late autumn. I
The Minister of Norway and 1
Mme. Bryn and their daughters |
returned yesterday from Stony Man
Camp, Skylands, Va , where they
spent the summer.
The Charge d'Affaires of Poland
and Mme. Kwaplssewska are mov
ing today fro/11 the Wyoming to
2400 Sixteenth -street, where they
have taken an apartment.
Col. Theodore Roosevelt. Assist
ant Secretary of the Navy, who
has been campaigning In New
York, will make a speaking tour
in the West and will not return to
Washington until after elections.
The emigration delegate of the
Italian embassy, Slgnor Adolfo
Vinci, and Slgnora Vinci entertain
ed a company of twenty-seven at
dinner Saturday evening at Rau
scher's In honor of the emigatlon
commissioner Italy, Slgnor l>e
mlchells. The other guests were the
Postmaster General and Mrs. Work,
the Surgeon General of the Public
Health Service and Mrs. Hugh S.
Cummlng. the Second Assistant Sec
retary of Labor, Mr. White; >frs. E.
J. Hennlng. wife of the Assistant
Secretary of Labor; the Commis
sioner General of Immigration and
Mrs. W. W. Husband, Miss Hastings,
the charge d'affaires of Italy.
Augusto Rosso: the Secretary of the
Embassy and Slgnora Gelsser Cele
sta. the third secretary, Renato SI
lensl; the Military Attache and Mar
quise di Bernezzo, the Air Attache
and Slgnora Guldonl. the Italian
consul In Philadelphia, Chevalier
Luigi Fllllppl; the consul in New
Orleans, Chevsller Ougllelmo Sllen
cl. brother of ths third secretary of
the embassy; Chevsller Luigl Marl
anl, secretary to fllgnor Demlehells;
the consul In Washington, Chevalier
tialvatore Florla, Chevalier di Olro
omo and Slgnora di Olrolomo and
,'hevaller M. A. Fredo.
Mr. and Mrs. George Edward
Kent of Jericho, L?. I., have ai?
lounced the engagement .of their
laughter, Miss Kathrlne Kent, tu
J. Huntington Krhart, Hon of Will
inn H. Krhart. The wedding will
lake place November 0 at Jericho.
The engagement Ih of Interest
lere us he 1m u brother of Mine.
"Ienia di Vegliusd, wife of the
lecretary of the Italian emlmsBV.
Mr. Hrhart left Yale lo enter the
Imcrlcun Ambulance Corps attached
to the French army during the
ivorid war. When the United States
filtered the war he enlisted an 3
served overseas with the Three Hun
ired and Thirty-sixth Battalion
Light Tanks. A. B. !?'. His .mother
ivas Frances Lee Huntington, of i
Miss Kent is a granddaughter of
the late Mayor William K. Orace
tnd Mrs. Grace, of New York ani
'.racefield, Great Neck, L. I. She
s a niece of William Kusscll Grace
ind a cousin of the Countess of
Donoughmore and Mrs. J. S. Phipps
Mrs. William McCawley, of Wash
ington, was a week-end guest a?
Hill Top Inn, which closes for the
Chief Tahan (Joseph K. Griffls),]
loted lecturer and writer, was en
:ertained Informally at dinner Sun
Jay evening at ths Madrillon. Mr.
'?riffis Is a Kiowa Indian chieftain
renowned as a writer for his
myths of the American Indian and
?s a lecturer for fifteen years in
the Chautauquas and schools of the
?ountry. He is engaged now In
ilramatizing the story of the true
Hiawatha for production as the
first American opera. His myths
of the American Indian are lieing
published in graded form for use in
the public schools of the nation
Mr. Griffis is making his home in
F. de Selys de Fanson, counselor
of the Belgian embassy entertained
it dinner informally at the New
Willard last evening. There were
four in the party.
The marriage of Miss Katherine
Dabney. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles William Dabncy, of Houston,
Tex., to John William Ingle, of New
York, was solemnized Wednesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Madi
osn Avenue Presbyterian Church,
the Hev. Henry C. Coffin officiating
In the presence of the immediate
relatives and close friends.
The bride, who wus educational
secretary for the national board of
Girl Scouts, is a graduate of the Uni
versity of Cincinnati, where her
father was president, and also of Co
lumbia University. She attended
Wellesley. During the war she was
superintendent of a lied Cross hos
pital near l'aris. Upon her return to
New York she taught at the Horace
Mann School and was later super
visor of physical education for chil
dren in the schools of Cincinnati.
Mr. Ingle is |n business In New
York. He is a graduate of the School
of Engineering and Architecture at
Columbia University. As a member
of the Seventh Regiment he served
oti the border. During the world
war lie served in France as a captain
in the Forty-sixth Coast Artillery.
Mr. Ingle and his bride are spend
ing their honeymoon at a eninp in
the Adlrondacks. Upon their return
they will reside at an apartment at
345 Park avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dabney. of
Dallas, and Judge Samuel B. Dabnev,
ot Houston, who came to New York
for the wedding, are at he Marquis
Hotel with the bride's parents.
Charles W. Dabney was formerly
Secretary of Agriculture.
If it's furs, it's here.
A wonderful variety of se
lect furs at the most reason
Bay Seal Coats, genuine
skunk, beaver, and squirrel
collars and cuffs, 40- fljl Itfi
Inch and 4Mnrh ... ?D1UV
A Hmall I>#?ponlt Will
Any Ciannrnt Until lVantrd.
Announcing a new
Studio Sittings Only
11 for *iO<*
1317 F St. N. \\.
Ext re mes
Whether made dur
ing infancy or in ad
vanced years, Under
wood portraits are
faithful replicas of
Which shall it be,
baby or grandmother
?or both ?
Portrait! tf Quality
1230 ConBKttart Anni
Phone Main 4400
S. Kann Sons Co.16:00
Prices Speak Louder Than Words
For the Second Day of Our Fall Festival of Prices
Every department in the store contributes sale specials. Read
our advertisements daily.
TWO WINNING VALUES
IN FUR CHOKERS
?Are the special drawing cards in the fur Store tomorrow.
Brown Marten Chokers
Itcgular $H9.50 Value.
?Extra large selected pelts,
natural dark stripe through
center; all skins completely
trimmed. Make an early se
lection, as this lot is limited.
Japanese Mink Chokers
Regular $16.30 Value.
?Extra large size Chokers,
made of choice quality pelts,
dark kolinski shade, finished
with head, tail and paws.
THIS IS UMBRELLA
? We itro making special prices on
umbrella recovering. If you have
an umbrella you cherish, and the
cover is damaged, bring it to uh
this week and let us cover it for
you.* \V? give here a li?t of the
prices of recovering in different
?American Taffeta (all
?Gloria Cloth (silk and <tO CA
? I'nion Taffeta (silk and $4.00
?"Silk" Gloria, which is <?0 CA
two thirds Bilk, at
?Pure Silk, in all colors, $4.50
600 "Queen" and
"Burrowes" Card Tables
In the Fall Festival Sale, Due
to a Fortunate Purchase
?These tables, as you know,
sell regularly at $3.49. so a
chance to buy under that price
is one not to be overlooked.
?All are first quality; tops
are 29 inches square, with
mahogany rims and nickel cor
ners; very light and durable
and fold very compactly.
Four More Fall Festival
Specials From the Linen Store
?Towels and Table Sets, just what you have need
for in replenishing Fall supplies, and this is your
opportunity to buy them at savings.
?Pure Linen Hemstitched Face
Towels, size 17x32 inches, good
heavy weight and very closelv
woven. Regularly 59c. 4fi/? )
?Pure Linen Hemstitched
Table Sets, consisting of one
Cloth, size 64x84 inches, and
half dozen 18-inch Napkins to
match. Very spe
cial, a set
?Also a set with (itixSOineh
cloth and half dozen 20-inch
Napkins to match. $14.00
?Cotton (luck Face Towels,
size 18x36 inches, good heavy
weight and very absorbent qual
ity with red borders. Very
special value, 1
Have gathered here to take
part in our Fall Festival Sale.
More Fall Festival Specials
From the Drapery Store
?A display of TOO liaskets will 1><
the interesting feature tomorrow
in the Art Store, Fourth
Floor. $1.25, $1.30 and
$2.00 values. Choice....
?Japanese trimmed Baskets, Rush
I Bags. Carry-all Baskets. Shoppers'
| Baskets, Scrap Baskets, Flower
; Baskets, Shoppers' Baskets, in
decorative effects, with double han
dles: Bamloo Fruit Baskets and
many other styles.
?They are here from China. Japan.
(Czechoslovakia, Mexico and the
?45c to 65c Cretonne?Tn a wide variety of colors and pat- Q')?
terns suitable for drapery purposes. A yard j
?SI.25 50-inrli Kepp?In rose. blue, green and gold. This mate- |
rial was secured In a special purchase and We have only a U i -
limited quantity to offer at the price. A yard OfIC
?(55c Kmbossed Repp? 3(5 I ?42-inch Filet Nets?In white,
inches wide, in rose, blue, ivory and ecru: small conven
green and brown. A tlonal and large designs: both j
nlain nnd In no r>H crou \ 67c
?50-Inch Tapestry?Tn the sea
son's latest patterns: good
quality; regular $3 9,"> flJO CfJ
value. A yard ?D?.Ul
?1,200 Yards of Double-bor
dered Scrim?In white
only; regularly 18c. A Qp
plain and lace edges.
?25 Pairs Rope Portieres?Tn
rose. green and
brown; regularly $3.45. $2.54
?200 Velour Pillow Tops?
Made with striped centers;
$1.25 value; 79C
?Two special items at unus
ually low prices in our Fall Fes
?45-Inch Plain White Voile?
Very fine and sheer quality,
with a good soft finish; regu
larly 50c. Special, a 38c
?White Nainsook?A fine qual
ity, with a silky finish; very
suitable for lingerie; in ten-yard
pieces. Very special, <I?0
Special Value in Wool Goods
-A timely item that has an especial appeal at this time of the season, because
^ * these are the materials women want right now, and
they are very specially priced for Tuesday:
/ Wool Tricotine*/Tuesday, a Yard,\ Coatings
These are In useful lengths of lifc to 4 yards.
$2.00 to $3.00 values if cut from the full piece.