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.-.THE WASHJNGipiCHERAITOtJIAT. MAT 23. 1912.
The Bert Dry-clsanlng PUt J
City. A Jiome Industry;
W. H. FISHER
Careful and .finished .work da
cleaning and dyeing of Ladles' Suit.
Downs. Gloves, and Laces;
The tnoit expensive jnaterlAla can
be Intrusted to a.
7IS lib Sim! H W. .-
Best Work, ' Moderate Prlcia,
Phone Main IK. No other
428 Ninth Street
'Phone Main 1858.
2315-2317 18th St
'Phong Columbia 86.
Wholesale and Retail
"If It'sGoill limit"
Tom Mdore Pure Rye,
89c Full Quart.
One Week Only.
Thins Orders Delivered Asywhere la
City or Sates.
16J2 14lhSLB.W.- Hortb SIS.
Br Edgar Allan Foe,
America's Greatest Classic,
XS TOO PARTS,
"Will Be Shown at the
3034 14th SLN.W.-.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 22
OTHER FIXE PICTTJRES.
CLAFLIN OPTICAL CO.,
807 r STREET
OLD MASONIC TEMPLE.
Leading Opticians for a quarter of i
Oculists' Prescriptions Filled.
THE BEST HOUSE AT THE
PRICE IN THIS CITY.
Tare tcr'eaj nis spadoas rooms; two bun
roans, doahla Boers: hardwood trim; beautiful
raastale; fixtures eqaal to tbos used la twenty
thoaiand dollar horses; rrtrj room with einct
ttsht: hot inter best; electris nrbt: tarcti front
tvxtorr perch In reu. The. eotir boas U
faQj decorated tod finished throatnoat. Jul
completed, lot-: feH front. BeanUfsl sare
.fcery Imported frcxa BoHesd.
This homo is equal to scj 17,000 hams la the
dtr. Prtn tsn& Terms easy DexlrabU lcct
Can io ti. Korthwes.
N. L SflNSBURY CO.,
Eiclcsiva Agent, 719-21 13th SL H. W
For WEDDINGS and
t EXQUISITE GIFTS !h Fine DIA
MONDS. WATCHES, JEWELBT. and
SILVERWARE, are here In a variety
ol styles and designs at reasonable
CARL PETERSEN, Est. 1875.
ease st. v.w.
'Phone Main 4343-T.
"See Etz and See Better"
EDWIN H. ETZ
1CC3G" STREET '
W. D. CO.
COFFEE, 25c LB.
W. D. BREAKFAST COFFEE, 28c LB.
The discriminating coffee user
will find an unusual flavor and
aroma seldom found except In the
WASHINGTON DAIRY CO.
840 Louisiana Ave.
Telephone Main 5908.
I. Z. Heist
Leading Jfortheaat Market.
Onr meats are strictly home
dressed. Partridge bams, shoul
ders, and Bacon onr specialty.
aOOESLH.E. 'Phone Lin. 1624.
The Home Shoe Repairing Ct.
We tale 7onr old wbot and sfra them aa aa
Mr. new u.1. and heei b- an AB3UUJT1C1.I
tvaensallr nr aoo. uul dnohlM tnelr nrL
fnoos oa or a-Mjoc card, and ru eaUzor
nrrr ahoea and return them promptly.
COME HEUE iU WE CAN tIAWB TUl.
VEfAItU WUItX ZUV WA1X.
whole tsuijs amu atEia.
Urn, Women. tXUdm.
tie toe 30o to we
719 9th STREET N. W.
'Pima Main IS.
'HAVE MA FMU
MeCRAY REFRISERAT01 .,
eU & Street Aortkwea.
Former Speaker Goes on War lath
Against" "Untruthful Kewip-
pers" at Banquet.
HiTS AT THE CARTOONISTS, TOO
in me course ot ma -mvw.u ui u. .
new element of citizens 'who will cast
their first vote at the election, in No
vember, Representative Joseph G. Can'
non. former Speaker of the House, at
the annual banquet of the National As
sociation of Employing lithographer, at
the New Wlllard last sight, took occa-
slon to attack the veracljy of the aver
age dally newspapers, anil to scathingly
arraign the untrutnrmness or ine ma
ioritv of cartoons published in them.
The banquet brought to. an end the
sixth annual meeting of the association.
which haa been In session at the New
Wlllard kince Monday. Walter Clothier.
the President, acted as toastmaster,. and
In bis opening address degtored that the
present political situation disturbs busi
ness, and expressed the hope that after
the battle la over sanity will rule In
Washington. In the White House as well
as In Congress.
Representative .Cannon explained that
at the November election a new class of
citizens will cast their first vote, the
class consisting of young men "who are
coming of age and citizens of foreign
birth who have become naturalized .and
who have been coming to this country
at the Tate of at least one million a year
since 1307. Another factor In the shaping
of the public mind, according to Repre
sentative Cannon, are the newspapers.
Cartoons Are Powerful.
"The great majority of these papers, or
it least a .great part, are Issued without
the names' of the men who are responsi
ble for what appears In their columns."
said Mr. Cannon. He declared that a
clever cartoonist can tell a story with
his art. whether It Is the truth or a lie.
The speaker deplored the fact that
business men are too much engaged
with their affairs as to go to the polls
and caucuses of their respective parties,
and fail to take an interest In een the
selection of men for the highest offices
of the land.
F. A. Stecker, past president of the
association, expressed the belief that
there will be no more war between the
lithographers and their employes on the
ground that they are paid the highest
wages and work eight hours a day.
Officers Are Elected.
Rev. C Hooper Ferris, of Philadel
phia, and Representatives Fitzgerald
of New York and Peters of Massa
chusetts also spoke.
Ovlatt, of Rochester, secretary
of -the association was presented With a
solid silver service, for bis faithful per
formance of his duties. The following
officers were elected at the afternoon
session: Walter Clothier. Philadelphia,
president: Charles O. Bassett, Cleveland,
vice president: P D Ovtatt, Rochester,
secretary, and Horace Reed. Buffalo,
CLASS IS C0NFIEMED.
Thirteen Children Participate
Ceremonies at Temple.
A elssa, of thirteen children waa
confirmed at 10 'O'clock yesterday
morning at Eighth Street Temple, fol
lowing a brief service In celebration
of Shavuoth, the Feast of the First
Fruits. Dr. Abram Simon gave the
rabbi's blessing and Rabbi Louis Stern
officiated at the consecration prayer.
The programme was divided Into
four symbolical services called respee-
tlvely the services of the scrolls, of
flower, of tribute, and of consecra
The members of the confirmation
class were Cecil Baumgarten. Thelma
Elchberg. Rebecca Herzmark, Alma
Hollander. Merton J. Jackson. Miriam
Kleeblatt. Sylvia TJppenbelmer, Alien
Belle Schiller. Elmer Schwab, Leo Sl-j
non, Mildred Theresa Wallersteln.
Hilda Wolf, and Hilda May Young.
CHUxlCH TO COST $12,000.
Seventh Day Adventlsts Plan Struc-
tnre In TaLoma Park.
Plans hae been completed for the
erection of a 2,00 church, for the Sev
enth-day Adventlst Church in Takoma
Park. The plans for the structure,
which will be erected at Carroll and Wil
low Avenues, were prepared by Archi
tect Thomas Benjamin S. Son, of Grand
The structure will be of frame con
struction, finished In pebbledash. It will
be 69 by H feet and will be one story
with a finished basement, which will
contain three class rooms In addition to
the storeroom, furnace rooms, and lav
The main auditorium, eatry. and gal
lery are to have a seating capacity of
600. The foundation Is to be concrete
The trimmings are to be brick and atoae.
AH the hardware Is to nave a brush
brass finish. The plans will be sub
mitted to the church for final approval
at a zqeetlng May iS. Estimates are now
being taken on the building.
The Adventlsts cf Takoma Park are
now worshiping In the church school
building, which is located on Columbia
Avenue, near Carroll. The building com
mittee Is composed of Messrs. W. T.
Knox. E. R. Palmer,. L A. Ford,G. W.
Chase, and H. Edson Rogers.
Complaint Is Sustained.
The Interstate Commerce Commission
yesterday sustained a complaint of the
Merchants and Manufacturers Associa
tion of Baltimore against railroads doing
business with that city In connection
with switching charges. The commis
sion decided that the charges as now
constituted are unreasonable and ordered
the carriers to file tariffs making rea
sonable 'rates .
Gives Lecture on Bolivia.
James F. Stutesman, former Minister
to Bolivia, gave an Illustrated lecture
last night, at a meeting of the Indiana
Society in old Masonic Temple. Plans
were discussed for the annual outfng of
the society at Great Falls.
RY MURINE EYE REKED
Tor Bed, Weak, 7eary, Watery Eyes
and GRANULATED EYELIDS
Hnrisa Poets'! Smart footaes Era Psla
A8 COOL A3 THE EEASHOHE.
TBUBSDAT'S BIO SHOW:
"IN THE TIDB." s Drama cf Worth.
S-OTHEB GREAT PLATS-3
BAXUBDAT-EDO AR ATJ.t.V.yoE 8
IJIOMt FDMD ' "
ft reatee Cllet Ut Columbag
- aTeilif Cereaenies Shows
At a meeting ol the xpreienUtlves of
the Chamber of Commerce, Board, of
Trade, and Knights of Columbus In the
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce yes
terday afternoon, the chairman of all the
subcommittees appointed by Chairman
fitniTitim. hmitirhf In rftnOrtS COVKrinf?
(j,6 details of plana lor the ceremonies
attending the unveiling of the Columbus
Memorial on June a
Reports were made by Chairman Ru-
dolpb, committee on reception; Mr. Har-
rtnrlon. hananet committee: BSmuei J.
Prescott committee on fireworks and
illumination: Charlman Sylvester, com
mittee on nubile order: Chairman Darr,
committee on legislation, and Chairman
Rosenberg, committee on sacred prome-
Chalrman Wilkinson, of the Public
Comfort Committee, reported the name
of his executive committee as iouows: j.
A. Duvall. J. H. Pellen, X IC Gallaher.
E. L. Tucker, J. H. Clipper. George M.
Howe. W. U Flelschell. George H. Dor
sey. R. T. McN.amara. M. I. Weller,
James F. Oyster, James F. Hood, A. B.
Coppee. J. D. Parsons. Albert Bcauiteis,
N. H. Shea, William Tlndall. L.D. Black.
lstone. K. P. Robblns. W. F Downey,
M. Goldenberr. W. J. Collins. W. O. Hen
derson. J. J. HUsins. T. M Judd. A. E.
L. Leakle. August LoehL M. O. McCor-
mlck. W. F. Roberts, a. A.wescnier, j.
a. Miller. W. H. Morris. H. M. Simpson.
O. A. Trapp, Dr. B. Wren Howard, Frank
I Hewitt, Ed Voigt M. J. Drlscoll. T.
J. Gallagher,. J. M. Xlrby. T. J. Ganney.
F. M. Helan. Patrick O'Brien, E. J. Ma-
loy, Jr., W. J. Wilson, and the following
officers ef the committee: Dr. A. D Wil
kinson, chairman: Thomas J. Donovan,
secretary, and Thomas D. McNamee.
Chairman Strasbnrger announced the
appointment of Alfred Mayer aa chair
man ot the committee on badges.
The committee on finance reported that
$3,500 had been paid to the guarantee
fund, the following contributions being
-Caih SU0. L Cromer. tS: & Eim Sect h Ox.
ISO, Ednid 8. SchmfcL J. E. M. Minick. Ol
Caulcs Cohtn & Co.. S3) Com H. nod.nl rh. C00.
Georre D. Horsing. 110, FruMln Co- HO, E..K
Droop ooo Co.. fw. V. vrocxa u ban ca o:
Luubarsh Ic Bra. V00; W. B Mom. & Son, S3,
Borls-Booertjoa Coutnietioa Oxspur. V. & Ij
Wtiirr. 3 C B. MBlln, C, Trnnin XomrbK
Campur, ZIO, rfaanin & Co.. 93. M. OoUsoberz,
Dsun sc muui ca, . B. rtucu buu.
Kto. Minrios P. Flmn, CO. 8. J BrlsUer. 13,
F. r. Mir Hudwin Co.. S3; Leo P Bulov. 13;
mnk Oeier' Sons, 13. John a. Uelnbere, S3.
Oku Ik Johnson. 110. B. E. McNunin. S.Ooort
H. Eowe tS, WlUiaa D. Banr. TJ. W. A. H.
ctnaro. is. a. J. rnseou. so. urroo b. auu
no. Bodolrb i Wat Co.. tU, J Leo Kolb, SO,
Joseph Buuburrer Ox. COO, C Rttacher. (3;
Booh Ic Hemnimi. t, Btmoel Mtddox. B; Win
ins F. Gode. tSO; 6k A Compaar. HO), B. B.
Earuhtir, (5, A. BrylsirUl. SIX: W J. Vonder
hdde, I3l National Electile Eopplr Co.. VO: Win
bo John Ernon. SI0; X. Wbsaitt. fit; O.
Hecrlti. JOT. G. F. echntt. W0. Jacob VriUta.
A. 4. jcra. ssj, ax. v Hoaeooerc, tot; jamea
Ebta. W: F. D. McAnUSe. S3. A. A. Wcach-
ler. (3: John M. Bendenen. . TWliam V hor
moyle. 13, M. J. Falrey S3, E. J, SteUwujra.
L-o c uar. fia. Edvara T. omsur, ;
Hoorer & Desham. D, Wllird Hotel Cbopanr,
ISO, M. M. Plrter. 110. Total. OSS.
LEGISLATOB AWAEDS DIPLOMAS.
Hamilton School Graduates Sleet
Representative John SI. Moore.
Representative John M. Moore, of
Texas' awarded diplomas to six gradu
ates of Hamilton School at exercises held
last night. An address was delivered by
Rev.- Andrew Reed Bird, pastor ot
Southern Presbyterian Church.
The graduates are Miss Evelyn Clay,
of Georgia: Miss Etta May Moore, of
Texas. Miss Stelle Carter, of Oklahoma,
Miss Lizzie Wessendorff, of Texas; Miss
Irma Johnson, of 'Massachusetts, and
Miss Ruth Johnson, of New Hampshire.
MRS. BAEBEE TO RECOVER.
Lnte Millionaire's Danghtcr-ln-larr
AarrotTly Escapes Death.
According to attending physicians, Mrs.
Le Drolct L. Barber, who fell from a
window in the Barber home, Belmont,
at Fourteenth and. Clifton Streets North
west, Tuesday morning, nearly fifty feet
to the ground, will not only recover rrom
her Injuries, but will be able to leave
the. bed within a fortnight.
Dr T L. MacfTanald and Dr. H. T.
Harding examined Mrs. Barber yester
day and learned that beyond a fracture
of one arm, bruises snd minor cuts, she
is not seriously hurt, though the proba
bllitles of Internal Injuries developing is
not btlng o erlooked. Her condition was
so much improved yesterday that It was
not necessary "to continue administering
How Mrs. Barber escaped death or fa.
tsl Injury Is a question no one has been
able to explain. Until she Is in a con
dition to talk It, will not be known how
she fell from the window. In addition
to her Injuries Mrs. Barber Is suffering
from nenous prostration.
G1YEH REAR ADMIRALTY.
Capt. Frank Beatty. ot Nary Yard,
Honored by President.
President Taft sent to the Senate the
nomination of Cap. Frank E. Beatty.
commandant of the Washington Navy
yard, to De rear admiral.
Capt. Beatty has made a meritorious
record in the administration of the local
Yard, and his elevation Is In line with
the President's policy of rewarding com
mandants with rear admiralties whose
long service Is especially commendable.
ITNAL PLAITS TOR FLIGHT.
Dr. William Whitney Christmas, In
ventor of the Christmas aeroplane. Is
making final arrangements for the flight
or one of mi machines from New Tork
City next Monday.
The machine will carry about S5.000
pieces of mall matter, weighing about 200
pounds. The test will be the first official
mail-carrying test ever attempted by any
government. The route haa been officially
designated as number 607,003 by the Post
office Department, v
The machine will leave New Tork about
daybreak Monday morning and will at
tempt, to fly to this city without a stop.
A TS-horsepower Roberta motor will be
used. The trip will consume between
three and. five hours. The machine will
light on the Ellipse In the Monument
Titanic Report Tuesday.
A report by the special committee that
has been making an Inquiry Into the
causes of the wreck of the Titanic will
be submitted to the Senate next Tues
day. Announcement to this effect was
made yesterday by Senator Smith, the
cnairman of the committee. Mr, Smith
mm ociivfo- speecn on ine suojecr. xne
Smith report will Include recommenda
tions looking to the enactment of laws
mat wiu insure the better safeguarding
of life and property at sea.
Aeed 911,000 for Baptist Home. '
A meeting of the colored Baptists of
the city was held at the Vermont Ave
nue Baptist Church last night to arouse
Interest in the proposed memorial build-
ue v. in, t;ivuuuiu oapusi noma. Tne
committee Is endeavoring to raise $15.
000 for the erection of a suitable build
ing on a site bow owned by the home
ln'-Oarfeld.-JJ.'-a, -which. wUr helmed
ts fckijearjtar ad seople.
Large cWrfCtois&riM IaitUtwL
Into tie Hyi-riM ef the
Stunts and testa yerfefsaed test sight
at the seventeenth 4rre4'oereinnnlal ses
sion of KalUpolto Orstto, No. 13, Mystio
Order ot Veiled ProffceU of the En
chanted Realm, at Odd Fellows .HaH. 3
Seventh, Street Northwest, were so novel
and original that the oldest members were
taken completely by surprise; and voiced
their approval in no uncertain terms to
the monarch" and officers who planned
the Initiatory ceremonies.
A large delegation ot "prophets" from
Samls Grotto, Ot Richmond, Vs., head
ed by their monarch, E, C Pelouze, ar
rived at Union Station at 6.30 o'clock
last night and was met by a commit
tee of Xatllpolls Grotto, composed ot
Pete Latterner, Fred H. Kramer, P. -F.
B. Sands, and P. R. Pullman. .The com
mittee entertained the visitors at din
ner and tendered them an automobile
ride around the city, . and then took
them to Odd Fellows Hall, where they
were welcomed by Monarch Raymond
B. Dicker In a short address.
Monarch Pelouze responded In behalf of
the visitors and extended an Invitation to
KaJlipoUa Orotto to make a return visit
to Richmond in September, when Samls
Grotto will bold the largest ceremonial
in its history; The Invitation was ac
At the business session, which preceded
the ceremonial, & large fund was appro
nriated to be used at Kalilpolls head
quarters at Columbus, Ohio, at the Su
preme Council sessions, wnicn wui do
held June S and a Edward B. Bcnmid is
chairman of the committee on arrange
menu for the trip.
It was voted to bold tbetannual fam
ily excursion to Chesapeake Beach
After the business session a large
class of candidates were Initiated.
Following the initiatory ceremonies
a buffet supper waa served.
Fourth Annual Dinner of Associa
tion Is Attended by More
Than 300 Persons.
With the banquet hstl draped with
American flags and bunting In a most
artistic manner, and with the name.
"Terminal R. R. Y. M. C. A." blazing
In a myriad of tiny red. green and white
electric bulbs at one end of the room,
more than 3)0 member and guests of
the Terminal Railroad Young Men's
Christian Association, sat down around
the festUe board. In the club rooms of
the sssoclstion at Union Station. last
night at their fourth anniversary sup
per, the most successful ever held by
After each member had found his des
ignated place at the tables, which were
beautifully decorated with cut flowers
and ferns, the lights were suddenly
dimmed and William Knowles Cooper.
secretary of the 1, M. C A., said grace.
Following the repast. B. R. Tolson,
chief clerk to the superintendent of the
"Washington Terminal Company, made
the opening -address, and officiated as
chairman throughout the evening.
After referring to the good work of
A. M Keppel. Superintendent of the Ter
minal Company. John T. Nolan. Superin
tendent of Telegraph; C H. Spencer,
Chief Engineer of the Terminal Com
pany, and G. H. Wlnslow. Secretary of
the Terminal Y. M. C A.. Chairman Tol
son called upon the secretary. E. Foulke.
and the treasurer. C H. Spencer, for
their annual reports, which showed the
association to be in an excellent condi
tion. Senator W L. Jones of Washington
was the first speaker, and In opening
his remarks, paid a high tribute to
railroad men, when he called them the
best men we hae In this country.
Declaring that this country offers
greater advantages to the young men
than any other, the speaker advised
that success is not alone In piling up
wealth., but in doing the duty at hand
in the best and most efficient manner.
Representath e W W. Wedemeyer of
Michigan told ot the International Influ
ence of the association, and tried to Im
press upon his hearers the value of every
moment of their time.
H. O. Williams, of the international
committee of New York, also made an
The musical part of the programme was
given by the Terminal Y. M. C A. Or
chestra, the Clef Quartet, composed of
Kenneth Ogden, first tenor; A. Clifford
Wtlkins, second tenor; Edwin Callow,
first bass, and George F. D. Rollings,
PRAISE FOR CAPT. OYSTER.
Colored Citlsens Approve Adminis
tration of Pnbllo Schools.
A meeting of colored citizens of the
pistrict called to express their apprecia
tion ot the services of Cap. James F.
Oyster. President of the Board of Edu
cation, was held at Nineteenth Street
Baptist Church last night.
J. C Napier. Register of the Treasury.
presided, and the principal speakers were
Rev. Walter H. Brooks and William I
They emphasized the fact that what
the colored man wants is a square deal
and they praised Capt Oyster for his
uniform justice, integrity, and frankness.
Capt. Oyster In his response said that
he believed In an absolutely equal cnance
for all the children ot all the people and
In trt education.
Loots and Bvia tVehrie tor.
William, W. and Myra Spencer, boy.
laaae and Mary Silterman. toy
Paul R. and Sadie V Birketta. boy.
John X, jr , and EUaatcth Lanahan, till.
Martin T. and Beulah M. LoOer. flri.
Raymond 8. and Jeasla Bart, toy
IJarimer O. and Elaa V. Graham. slrL
OranTiOe B. and Grace B. Forteacne. cM.
William E. and Ontrado A Eapey. rlrf.
Adolpn and Helro ESenbaeh, Ctrl.
William tnd Catherine Dolan, rirt.
Hotchmton 1. and Martha B. Oonav boy.
Aaron and Annia Coon, girt
William D and Margaret E. Baifred. boy.
Tbotsaa G and Alice Barrets, slit
Robert and Pfarl Dicboa.-'clrt.
Hlcia and Florae H. Bryion. xH.
Basnu! H, BHtrr e year., 1341 Meridian St. aw
Genetiera 8 Ford if yean. 1011 SOU! St- sir.
taaae C Kline, S3 years. Proridcse HorpttaL
-Louis Smith, t3 yeara.-Oort. Botpltal Insane.
John E. Webb Zl years, HM um BE. a.
Robert E. Elanv X rcara. TODSL n.
Maria J SUsner, B years, 111S F 8L nar.
Helen M ChaSee. U years, tfthBt.se.
John E. Banmback, S months. 13 Ta. At, a.
Carl E. Kelson. T months. Children's Hospital.
Gcort Eaaten, ST ..years, 3t H St. aw.
nisa Johnson; 8 years. Wash. Asymm BospitaL
Catherine Johnson. IS years, 0 Franiila 8. sw.
Daniel Mack, it years. Frredmeaa HospttaL
John H. Eaiun, 31 years. Wash. Asyhna Heap.
Erne ratmtror, 3 rears. S N 8L aw.
.Jrm.a larch. J-jetn. tSitldrra'a-Hcaeiul.
Marsaret. R epdss. I JSontfcs. nK.sl,
-Msud Jolaaea. ir day, vm Sal St. '
GOOUD FOE FIVE VOTES HN .
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The .Washington Herald's Boys' aid" Girls' Pony Contest
District No. Address .
This coupon win count for
and sent ta the Bora and Girls'
Herald on or before the expiration date shown above. Coupons
aaouia oe neatly inmmea ana pui up in w
ber of votes on the top of each package.
AT 816 SHAD BAKE
Capt Chandler Will Make Flight at
Board of Trade Outing if Aero
plane Is Ready,
With all previous sales of tickets al
ready surpassed and another day re
maining before the subscription list Is
doted, everything Is In readiness for the
eighteenth annual shad bake of the
Board of Trade at River View Saturday.
At a meeting of the arrangements com
mittee last night. Secretary Richard
Connor reported that CT tickets bad been
sold. Members. will have an opportunity
to purchase tickets until the close ot
office hours this afternoon. It la proba
ble that by that time the number will
nave oeen increased to more than -to.
Louis C Wilson reported last night to
Chairman Frank Gibson that Capt.
Chandler, of the Army Aviation Corps
at College Park, has promised to make
a flight to River View on the day of
the excursion, provided certain repairs
to his machine are completed
This morning Mr Wilson and II. F.
Allmond will visit River View to make
a final Inspection of the grounds. T. A.
McKee, of the dinner committee, was
at the resort yesterday to make sure
that everything waa in readiness tor the
-An addition to the list ot athletic
events was made last night when Chair
man Wilson reported that he had been
able to borrow the large push ball used
at Fort Myer. Two teams will be se
lected Saturday to participate In
Copies of the programme for the outing
were distributed to members ot the
committee last night by Chris J. Gock
cler. The programme Is the most elaborate
that has ever been prepared for a Board
of Trado outing and Is profusely Illus
trated with caricatures.
President T. C. Noyes yesterday an
nounced the appointment of the com
mittee on public order, which will have
charge of the handling of the crowds,
Parker H. Sweet, third, chairman.
Walter K. Acker. William E. Ambrose,
W. L. Beale. James E. Berry, Arthur
Burt, John Doyle Carmody. Charles F.
Crane, John B. Dalsh, Adam J. Dick
hout. William C Downey, Fred Drew,
R. J. Eamshaw, F. H. Edmonds Will
lam K. Ellis, J. R. Ergood. John O.
Evans, Charles W. Fairfax, William H.
Fisher, Charles M. Forrest. O. H.
Fowler. Ralph L. Gait. John D. Carman.
J Helberger. I. Henry Henderson,
Lee L. Herrell. M. H Herrlmsn. Will
lam J. Holtraan, J Walter Humphrey,
George R. Ltnklns, T. H. Pickford. J. A.
Plerpont. John Poole, Arthur M. Poyn
ton. Frederic B. Pyle. W. L. Radctlffe.
Duncan U RansdelL Chsrles P. Raven-
burg. Joseph I. Welter, James M. Wood
ward. W. H Wunder. and Henry
MILES CAMP DELEGATES.
"Will Attend Local Encampment of
U. S. W. V. Jnne 1.
Nelson A. Miles Camp, No. L United
Spanish War Veterans, at a meeting
last night, elected delegates to the lo
cal encampment, U. S. W. V-, to be held
June 1. to elect a department com
mander to succeed Capt. John O.
Knapp, U. S. N.. who recently resigned.
The following delegates were
pointed: Sigmund Birnseld, A.
Smith, Dennis P. Quill, and Ernest
Goeltz, with E. Bremmer, Q. Brennan.
J. Mace, and D. Cullen as alternates.
Daniel P. Leahy and M. Peters were
elected delegates to the national en.
campment at Atlantic City. September
9. 10, and II.
Handbook Ctue Continued.
The trial of Joseph Walker, alleged
handbook maker, which was to have
been held In the United State branch
of the Police Court yesterday, was post
poned on motion of Attorney Easby
Smith, counsel for the defendant, that
the latter might attend to Important
legal duues for Congressional Committee.
Santos W. Zlnk. ZJ, and Florence E. Reiaisi, S.
both of Baltimore. Md. Iter. P Mcrphy
Tbomaa B. Babeocfc. 2a. and Lotus E. Martin, a.
both of Appomattox. Va.' Iter. Donald C MacLeod.
Wffiard A. Stanb. S, and Jtannl V TsrtlseL
D. of Manassas, Ta. Her. MerriU Earl.
A Proctor, 3, and MaUI Brown, t. Err. W.
O W. Parker, a. and Battl Kin. 3U Bar.
B. L. Baylor
C 1L RoDmgs. S. and Fans! Watson. U. Ber
O. a Lancaster
a Philips, B, and Mamie Alexander. 21 Ber.
T. W Lonmod, tS, and Eat JeSenon. X.
Bar William J. Howard.
W. Toy, 23. and Bachel Johnaea, 3. Bar. A
J. E. Jackson. 5. and Mary A Jarins. 23. Rev.
M. OnrtisL 93. and Matilda 1L KeUr. & Rrr.
J, R. Mauhewa.
QiAirrr u, funeral valves
We buy our goods from the
same manufacturers as do other
undertakers and a funeral for
which high priced undertakers
charge SISO to S300, we will fur
nish for, 73. ,
W. W. DEAL & CO.
Washington's Leading Under
takers. 'Phone Lincoln 340-1.
816 H St. Northeast
I MARTDTI AXD ROSSPS
5le A BOTTLE AT
I Christian Xandcr's,
909 Seventh Street
Good After Jarae 2. Wit. r
Five Votes when property fined out
Contest Manaa-er of The washtnsrton
Miners Return to Work.
WUkesbarre, Pa., ilay a-Though
practically. all the anthracite miners re-,
turned to work, to-day. asms of the strip
ping plants were tied up by a. strike of
employes demanding av-10 per cent In
Undivided profits over). 1.000.000
Deposits over.......... 6.800.000
THE PEOPLE OF
of Columbia are; intrusting
their surplus money to the
care of this bank.
The reason for this exten
sive patronage is obvious
IT PAYS to be a depositor
tSTSAME RATE of Interest on
both large and small accounts.
and Trust Company,
Cor. 15th and N.Y. Are.
Chaa, A. Moddcnsn. Gear S. Fnser.
We Supply Yon
Will repair your old gas
range and make it like new.
Inspections and estimates free.
Gas Wafer Heaters
Full stock. Several varieties.
Hygiene Safe installation.
616 12th St. 1204 6 St.
, ,, ,i, i ,, ,f , ,t a ,? , t, 3 ,;, ,i t, ,., . ,t ,9 1, ,ffti
WE make a specialty of t
repairing all kinds I
X" va uuiuunuiltu utile- 4i
f pieces fine French clocks,
ships' clocks, and chronom-
'Estimates cheerfully given.
'Phone or drop postal will $
I C3lL I
1 732 7th St. N. W. Main 3298. f
M"r 1 1 1 t I I I M t 1 t'M""Ht't
THOMAS A. CANNON
7th St. Wing
CrWrCfi Fruits and Vegetables
, Free lelivery
Tins COUrOX good for OXB
Teacher in School.
mo CASH PRIZES, payable by
us June 10, 1912; as per prior ads
In Herald. This coupon not good
unless deposited at our office on
or before May 27,-1912.
The five leading contestants to
1. MIsa SI. E. 'Garrett
2. Ml as 8. A. Nourse.
3. Miss Elizabeth Caton.
4. Miss R. B. McGrath.
Miss Forrest Perrie.
5 LARGE BOTTLES 01
TO-KALON CLARET VI
An excellent quality clsret, ,
suitable for table use or
. 421 i 421 7ld St
417 to 42S It SL
Ww ft tf ft $3.M, tt
We have just received a
shipment of 40 dozen Corsets,
so-called "seconds.'' Imper
fections are very slight, and
will in no way affect the
wearing qualities of the cor
set They are made of ba
tiste, high and low bust, me
dium and deep hips; all have
heavy hose supporters at
tached. Sizes 18 to 30. Val
ues run from $L0O to $3.00.
These go on sale to-day
Bargain Table, Main jC f
Floor at .OVC
Bring back replies, because each
order receives the same personal
attention, irrespective ot size.
Tou will find our letters free
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical errors, 4c
Tou can safely Intrust Impor
tant form letters to us, being as
sured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2,000 LETTERS. $4.00
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
District National Bank Bonding,
1406 G Street
Phone Main 7300.
MRS. CBAS. E. ENGELS AND DAUGHTER
deatr to eaiseaa their sincere appreciation of th
sympathy extended them by their many friends in
their recent berearemect.
OFFICE OP THE GEORGETOWN GAS LIGHT
COMPANY. 111$ Twentylnth Street Jtcrthvts.
May 33. nia-A meetms of th stockholders ct Hit
company, few th election of serea directors, will
be held at this ofics- MONDAY. Jm 3. 1X1.
PoQa open from U m. to t p. ex.
Boot for transfer ot stock win T Hoard from
May a to- Jbd 3. m2. inclnslr.
IIOBEBT U MJDDLETOf. Seeretsry.
VI AVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH. NATURAL,
nonnualal: t&a. book tnt. Arcty by man. til
Colorado Bids, rre kctrm for women Wednes
days at 139 p. m. am
All Makes. J5.00toX13S.00
Oae Jt hBd-ot)s
ttrf Oaacts. Elcctzls
Vttmtcrv Inus, Tosutcn.
DcaaoMtrttAOct at yoot
base or at ear atle
room. Wa alao fotnl
TevennzB ctfjdrij acrrice
by tin boor or coo tnct.
Corner Sixth and D Streets N. W.
FHOVE M. tl&
SUMMER TRAVEL DAYS
Are coming. Let Topham's repair your
rrunKs. Jiags. tiuir. uases. isatcneis. ana
other luggage goods.
All work guaranteed. Lowest nrlces.
Work called for and delivered free.
'Phone orders. Main ttOS. a
TOPHAM'S, 1219 F Street.
Hot Weather Needs
Confact&Deri xA drogslate vHI seed larts
qnaatltlM of FREEZING SALT and FtA
ORIXGS &CQ BOW oo.
TtVra prparcd to meet rrtrf den and. De
jwodabla cood Jowrat prloea, Frampt AtHrtrj.
CT.NO COSSUHXE3 SUTPUED.
B. B. Eamshaw & Bro.
TioTeaelfre. 11th and M St a. S. E.
MH. 1.UU10A UA1UA1. 1V11Q Ol
Bev. O. G. F. Bratenahl. D. D.
Funeral services In St. Alban'a Church.
Friday, May 31. at 11 a. m.
MABTDT Suddenly, on Wednesday.
May 33, 191i at 42 p. D .WILLIAM
H. B. MARTK, in the 51st jear ot
Funeral from his late residence, S2S
GE0EGE P. ZUEH0BST,
xi east CArrroL er.
rrtiWi.e ISS. CHAS. A ECRHORST. Max
W. E. PDHTHEEY & SON,
rUXEBAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAUfXU.
US rscrtaenUi atraat aw.
Chspe. Thor "forth JESS.
J. WILLIAM LEE. Foaeral Dlrwete
and Emoahner Urery a cocnecUon. Coramodloas
Csaral and Mocern Crrmatiwmm. Modaat prteas.
3 PcnuilranU arc nw. Teksbon Main las.
W. R. SPEARE,
rCSERAL DIRECTOR AD EMBAUOCS,
940 F Street N.W.
WASHUiOTOK. n. a
'PIrones Main eo.
' Frank A. Speare, Mgr.
WASH. CRAXITE MO.IDMETr CO.
KS nth tt. nwLan stock ot Monuments ta adrri
from. Enctad befen Decoration Day.
nvn n. nrAVt7i?T
tteaatifnl Floral Deslraa, very naaosahla ta tale
non a nam. Itus as Eye ata. aw.
VK latT,Dseriaaoo-Mni4Tataly Priced,
A third labor exchange has been ooened
Is. -Tokyo, and efforts have been mad
by the government to hie other Js4-
. cities gaUdsc ia pzxas