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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. THDBSDAY. JULY' 25. 1912.
MJT FRANK T. WW
likul ckmt BL FlWlWiWrlvi HlBk LilEML C,E,IT I
311 Seventh Street. Opposite Saks & Co. I
July Sale Cut Prices Still Prevail
Now is the time to buy furniture. Such values as we are offering
are beyond oempetition and we won't be able to duplicate.
Berry Set, Ceusistiug
Seveu Pieces - - -
Think of It these seven exquisite pieces for only
29c! Set consists of one Large 10-inch Berry Bowl,
beautiful In design, and six S-lnch Individual Berry
Dishes to match. Real value, II. The whole set for
sr j) , 1 Sp r MjSIBwJ''i22ssaSt yi i " I t&
For best matting In the
city. Value, 25c yard.
For Best China or Jap
anese Mattings. Val
ues, 35c and 40c yard.
OLD POINT COMFORT
Special Week-end Tickets, Includ
ing Stateroom and Hotel Accom
modations Sat. to Mon. ST.00
.Frl. to Mon. or Sat. to Tues.. 1L50
Frl. to Tues. or Sat. to Wed, MM50
MEW YORK AND BOSTON BY SEA
MODERN PALACE STEAMERS
City Ticket Office. 731 15th St. nw
Norfolk & Washington
Free Moving Pictures
36th and M Streets N.W.
Onc.rt Every Errata at
By lass. ! erf
U. S. MARINE BARD
OTHER NEW FEATURE.
Dancing. Admission Free.
STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTER
TWO TBIPS DAILT TO
Lcstrbui Seventh Street TVharf at 10 a. dl xvtarolnf
at 23S xx m.; Utxtn at 130. Tfr'Hg at C3J.
Rocnd trip. TBc, wft"thi "H" to ground tad
TTarnnrrrt. Jnb;H,I0aja.Pree, Grant,.......Aot I
JKjdi-n Atuj. Me., Act. HtAmerika ..Aag. U
To Hamburg tU Boolean. (2d and 3d dLaaa).
tRiu-Carlloo l Is Ouu Beatanrast.
GIBRALTAR. NAPLES, GENOA.
S. S. HOLTKE . . . AugQSt 20, 11 A. U.
S. S. HAMBURG.. September 19, 1 P. M.
tH.W&S-A.EBIUI UIE, 4S ttujnj, L I,
Or X. P. Droop Ban Co.. 1Mb and O Bta aw :
Geo, W. Mom. EI nth St. Wt-r. D. O.
4 Tfc Fasaona
PENN. RYE ';
Tern year, old, 9X38.
Order by 'phone.
Alae TENNESSEE, SLOO Bottle. . .
The Shoomaker Co.
1331 E Street K. W. . .
Eatabllake 1863. 'Phone M. USSsa. . -
France used up during ml mot than
KOto.KO.OX matches. , t
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FRANK T. KNOCK FURNITURE CO..
311 SEVENTH STREET. OPPOSITE SAKS . CO.
I Fire Insurance & Bread
The human body has to be kept built up. One
of the things that builds it up is bread. Bread is a
necessity. Bread is made from flour. Flour costs
money. If you can save $L00 a barrel in purchasing
good flour it is good business for you to do so.
Fire insurance is also a necessity. You cannot
be a prudent citizen and get along without it. Fire
insurance also costs money. If jou can save $1 00,
$10.00. or S100 00 in your fire insurance premiums it
is good business for you to do so.
The Commercial Fire Insurance Company will
save you ONE-THIRD of what you are now paying
for insurance on jour dwelling or household goods.
We have a special plan for you. Find out about it
find out about it right away and make a quick
saving in your fire premiums.
Call up Main 6475 or drop a
post card in the mail box and
our representative will call.
Home Office, 8th Floor, Southern Building
Open evenings until 8:30 to accommodate
Robert R. Tuttle, President.
Hon. Ashley M. Gould, 1st V.
Frederick S. Dudley, 2d V. Pres.
Robert N. Harper, Chairman Finance Committee.
Chas. F. Carusi, General Counsel.
Hon. Geo. W. Atkinson.
Chas. F. Carusi.
John W. Childress.
Allen C Clark.
Frederick S. Dudley.
Hon. Ashley M. Gould.
Paul F. Grove.
(Licensed by the Insurance Departments of the District of Columbia.
Pennsylvsnla, New Jersey. Virginia. Maryland. Georgia, Alabama, OhUj
Michigan, Missouri. West Virginia, and Illinois.)
BclenUflally by an expert with IS
years' practical experience.
Watches, Clocks, and Chro
nometers skillfully repaired br
workmen familiar with all makes
foreign or domestic.
732 7tfcSta.W. HmilH.
value, 15 JO.
For Full Col
ed Go - Carts,
just like Il
Sole I. C. Agents for
AAS or 9STJS0 U
FQC sold on
fcW $1 Weekly
Reduces kitchen work to the
minimum. Holds a hundred
and one articles. Always
room for more.
CI 00 Forfio0lWnlle E"amel
VleaWBed. Value. $3.50.
For letvy Coitinuous POST
WHITE EMMEL BEI like
cut Value, $7.51.
i m 1 1 wfi iumn.un
Paul F. Grove, Secretary.
John McKee, Asst. Sec'y.
Hon. Robt. J. Wynne.
Robert N Harper.
Wm H. IngersolL
W. F. Roberts.
John Lew Is Smith.
Robert R. Tuttle.
Loans A 3
Oa' Diamonds, '
9th and D
Move Portable School Building.. .
The two portable school buildings ad
Joining the new Normal School at Elev
enth ard Harvard Streets Northwest, and
amedtly desired by the citizens of Park
view, were ordered to be removed by
the Commissioners yesterday. Municipal
Architect Snowden Ashford requested the
order on the grounds that the buildings
Interfered with the work of the contrac
tors. Tbe Board of Education has not
yet decided whars tit tmUdlggs an to be
r- TO THE SCHOOLS
Plan Proposed to Solve Educational
Question Troubling Chevy
Instead of erecting portable school
buildings in Cfcavy Chase. MiL, to meet
tbe situation caused by the barring of
the children of that community from the
District schools unless they pay tuition,
it is probable that the pupils will be
transported this term and the succeeding
one to the school at Bethesda, Md.
Two plans have been suggested to solve
tbe problem of education Just across the
District line. Either portable schools
must be erected temporarily until funds
can be obtained for the establishment of
permanent ones, or else the children of
the town must be moved to existing
schools. The former plsn is almost out
of the question because of the fact that
only slim funds are available.
"The second plan Is the only logical
one, in my opinion," said Dr. Byan
Devereux, nephew of Archbishop Ryan
and one of the Public School Commis
sioners, who is to be the principal speaker
at the public meeting to be held In the
Chevy Chase Library at S o'clock to-mor
row night for the purpose or considering
the school problem.
"The only feasible thing to do Is to
transport the children by wagons to the
schoolhouse at Bethesda. A wagon line
could be run across from Chevy Chase to
Friendship and thence to the desired
point. The School Commissioners are
badly In debt, and it would be Impossible
to erect portable schools at the present
time. The transportation schema has
been used In other parts of the country
and has given perfect satisfaction. In
my estimation. It Is far better to carry
the children to a good school than to
bring a one-horse one to them.
"With this temporary arrangement in
effect, plans for the establishment of
permanent school buildings In the coun
ty could be considered. The present
buildings In the county are a disgrace.
No educational facilities have ever been
furnished tbe people of this community.
We Intend to wage a vigorous crusade
for the establishment of schools In tbe
OLD OFFENDEE SENTENCED.
William H. Cornell Gets Thirty
Days on Larceny Chant.
William H. Camel!, alias William Sul
livan, thirty-five years old, a notorious
criminal who has spent about fifteen
years of his life In Jails and peniten
tiaries, was arraigned In Police Court
yesterday on two charges. He was sen
tenced to thirty days In the District
Workhouse in a larceny case, and on a
forgery charge was held for the action
of the grand Jury under 31.000 bond.
The convicted man has been arrested
elervsn different times en charges of
forgery and falsa pretenses. He has
served sentences in the District ialL the
Baltimore city Jail, and the Atlanta and
Baltimore Boy. Are Arrested Here
on Reqne.t of Parents.
Filled with youthful adventure to tour
the continent by working their way from
one city to another, doing odd lobs, and
selecting Washington as their first stop
ping place, Sam E. Raitz k. of SS North
Dallas Street, and Frank Barron, living at
1400 Ashland Street. Baltimore. Md.. were
yesterday arrested by Pllocemen Ander
son and Turner, of the Ninth precinct,
while sightseeing at the Treasury De
partment. Expressing a desire to take In the
sights of all cities from coast to coast
and boasting of the dignified ages of fif
teen years each, the boys w ere last night
locked up at the House of Detention,
where It was thought their wonderful
dreams of adventure would be "slept"
The parents of the runaway boys were
notified last night of their capture and
SON'S WIFE IS BABRED.
Will of Mrs. Ella Onne Rule.
Mrs. Ella Onne. widow of James W.
Onne. In her will, dated December L
1909. and filed for probate yesterday, ex
pressly sUpulates that tbe wife and chil
dren of her son, Harry A Orme, shall
not share In her estate
The testatrix directs that JNXOOO be
paid Mrs. Letha A. Chery. her mother,
and gHes the household furnture at
both her city and country homes to her
sons. Charles H, Edgar Jt and Gardner
It Is provided that the estate be di
vided Into six parts and distributed
among the s'x son', a condition being
that the share of Harry A. Orme be held
In trust by his two brothers. William
and Charles Orme. and that he be po-d
not less than 5100 a month
The other five sons are William. James
W, Charles IL. Edgar J, and Gardner
P Orme. It Is directed that their widows
shall have life use of their share In the
estate, and If there are no children at
the termination of the trust the legacy
shall reert to other sons The Ameri
can Security and Trust Company Is
named as executor.
"Would Release Fatten.
A motion was filed yesterda by counsel
for John J. Patten, one of the six white
men held by the coroner's Jury for the
murder of John Spencer, colored, in Ben
nlng Road. July 14, for the release on hail
of Fatten, the claim belns; made that
the ouns man ias not Implicated in the
robbery and death of the colored man
The petition mil be called to tbe atten
tion o Jusuce Wright next Monday
Thomas W. Brahany, of Wisconsin,
was appointed Assistant Secretary to the
President yesterday, and at once took
up his duties Mr. Brahany. who w,is
formerly a Washington news correspond
ent, has 'been Secretary of the Tariff
Board for the last two years
Sttamer Charles Mietlnter for Mount Verooa
leim txTrntb Ettrrt Wharf at 10 a. m. aad 138
p. m. dan?, except Suedar For Maraball Ball daUr
and Sundar. 10 a. m.. 2 JO and 6 JO p. jn.
Stramei St. John learn Srrtnth Street CThatt
at 9 a. m. tor Colonial Brach.
Norfolk sua Washiorton Steamboat Company
attamerl from foot of Semtb, Etreat (or Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk dailr at 115 p. m.
Can from Fifteenth Street and New York Arraua
erery Quarter hour for main entranc Zoo Fait and
To Great rail naanrocroa ana uia Dominion
Railroad can erery few mlnotm from TMrtj-atiti
and M 8treeta.
To Cheaareaka Beach Daily trains of Cheaapraka
Beach IUUirar leara I JO. 10 JO. and 11 JO a. m.;
2J0. 5 . and f 13 P. m.
To Mount Vernon Waahlntton-Tlnjlnla Railway
can erery hour en the hour from 10 a. m. to i p. m,
Station, Twelfth Street and Pcanajlnsls, Arenna.
Metabers. "Top-Noeh" Bread Deaerve.
a place on every table. Highest In qual
ity and health alue. Any grocer's.
The Drlllery, Badness and CMI Bemca Couraea,
The Drill err. Strncsraphy sad typtwrttlns.
Don't Poison Baby. 7
pORTY YEAES AGO almost every mother thought her chM must have
PAEEGORIO'Or laudanum to make it Bleep. These drags will produce
sleep, and A FEW DB0PS TOO MANY will produce the SLEEP PE0M WHICH
THESE IS NO WAXING. Many are the children who have been killed or
whose health has teen mined for life by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each
of whioh is a narcotio product of opium. Druggists are prohibited from selling
either of the narcotics named to children at all, or to anybody without labelling
them poiBOn." The definition Of "narcotio'' IS! "ATnedUdTtewhichrelievespain
andproduces sleep, hut which in poisonous dosesproduces stupor, coma, convul
sions anddeath." ThetoedsmeUofmedicmescontainmgopiumareQsguised,
and sold under the names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups," eto. You.
should not permit any medicine to be given to your children without you or
your physician know of what it is composed. CAST0EIA DOES NOT CON-
ULLN JNAUUUX1CS, if it
ALCOHOL 3 PER CtKT
nessandltoiContilnsneffirr Opium-Morphine narfrfiacral
JscS'mak Sign&nrt of
Thb Cektaur CompabX .
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
THE ALLEGHANY INN
Now or-en. An Ideal place to .peod tow summer vacation. Modern Drtctc
and stone structure: on the main lin. of the b.autlful Chesapeake and
Ohio Railroad. Excellent train service; easy of access, all amusements:
fine tennis courts, flrst-class saddle horses large open swimming" pool,
garage, excellent table, good service, refined patronage. Write for booklet.
Alleghany Improvement Company,
J. TV. Rowlasd, Trnranr. Gevrsr D. De htelda, Kaaaa-eT.
Information at Cafe R.pubttaue
NEW JERSEY RESORTS.
THE NEW HOTEL BALDWIN
BEACH HAVEN, N. J. Accommodates 4N American Plan
Redecorated. Refurnished, and Modernized Throughout.
Fresh and Salt tater In All Baths. High-class Orchestra and Dancing
Eer EenlnB Tennis Court and Billiards.
IIOTCL, IS DinBCTLY OV THE BI7ACII.
High wide porches. 700 feet long-, give unobstructed view of both
ocean and bay. and is most attractively located at Beach Haven, the Ideal
Seashore Resort, situated on a slender Island on the Jersey Coast, sepa
rated from the mainland a distance of six miles by the waters of beau
tiful Little Eg Harbor Bay.
KUblng, Sailing;, BoatlnsT, and Bathlna; TJneuoaled.
Dancing, Tennis, Billiard. 2 mile, or boardwalk.
Mnetr Slllex from tn York. Fifty Miles from Philadelphia.
Write for Information and Illnatrated Bookl.t.
Estate of CHARLES T. PARRY. Owner. W. MERCER BAIRD. Manager. J
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
Oae of Atlantic City. I-rre.t and
Leading AU-tbe-l ear notel.
On ocean front, clou to aa attraetlona: es
padty. 1.000. The location, large rooma. and opa.
anmwndlnsa hare ertabllahed thto aa tha moat
Mimfnrt.M. hnt.i tfw lh rammer All batna anp
plied with aea and fresh water; rtmnlr. water tn
rneat rooma. apartooa promenaaa rioii "
looking tha famous boardwalk. Orcheatra. Hlfa
claaa reataunnt. American and European plana
. S. RUKETSER. Hgr. JOEL H1LLMAM. Pml
ADAMn ATI ANTIC
Virginia Ave. near Beach. tlnlc City.
Ronma en auite. with hot and cild aea water Utha.
Bexatar from atrert letet CM dally and np. Sre
dal weekly rates. Aula coach rceeta tralaa. Ca-
racltj. SU0. Write for booklet.
COO I't-lt A LEtUS Ownen and rropa.
Mfcfalstii are., nt Bch. Cpity 31 Ktwj
modern cooTralrtic and comfort. Prints fcthi.
rooma with rcnnlnf witer; lTttor. Sftdtl urctkly
ritei. EJ. OHUORNC & SON.
So. Florida Are., near Beach; bathing from ball
Special July Rates
$8.00 UP WEEKLY
Homriik. avrttxt, Iars airy roona. piirate tths.
lor Doacieoaftiy wrruc
MBS. M. A. SMITH.
XXASOHASLE BATES. J. H. OOBMLXT.
bears the signature of Chas.
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
Dr. 7. ,W. Dinsdale, of Chicago, I1L, tars: 1 w roar Cwtorla and
KdTlae its uss la all families where tiers are. children.'
Dr. Alexander E. Mlntie. of Cleveland, Ohio, eayi: "I haTO frequently
praacribed your CastorU and hare found It a reliable and pleasant rem
edy for children.
Dr. Agnes V. Swetland, of Omaha, Kebr., says: "Tour Castoria Is.
the best remedy in the world for children and the only one I use and
Dr. J. A. McCIellan, of Buffalo, N. Y., says: "I hare frequently prescribed
your Castoria for children and always got good results. la fact I usa
Castoria for tot own children.''
Dr. J. TV. Allen, of St. Louis, Ma, says: "I heartily endorse your Cas
torla. I have frequently prescribed it in my medical practice, and have
always found it to do all that Is claimed for It."
Dr. C H. GUdden, of St. Paul, Minn-, says: "My experience as a prac
titioner with your Castoria has been highly satisfactory, and I consider It
an excellent remedy for the young."
Dr. H. D. Benser, of Philadelphia, Pa., says: "I hare used your Cas
toria as a purgative In the cases of children for years past with the most
happy effect, and fully endorse it as a safe remedy."
Dr. J. A. Boarman, of Kansas City, Mo, says: Tour Castoria Is a splen
did remedy for children, known the world OTer. I use It in my practice
and haTe no hesitancy la recommending it for the complaints of Infanta
Dr. J. J. Mackey, of Brooklyn, N. Y, says: "I consider your Castoria aa
excellent preparation for children, being composed of reliable medicines
and pleasant to the taste, A good remedy for all disturbances of the
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
y JJeari the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
and C. and O. Offices. Ask Mr. Poster.
NEW JERSEY RESORTS.
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
Who), block oa Boardwalk.
CAPACITY. BXl ATLAltTlO COT.
Conceded tha Ideal location, 10 degrees rosier thar
epper pan of laland. Fantdlaa for otnldraa. lars
play room. All windows acreenad. Hot and cold aea
water bathe, number rooma with prirata baUu. Man)
bedrooma with hot and roU running water. T; bl
end aarrloa noteworthy Auto coach at tralna. Mod
crate rata, tuoted upon request. Photo booklet.
D P. BAUTER.
Coolest Theater in Town.
New Feature Films.
I Engraving Company,
I Illustrators and Designers
I PROCESS ENGRAVERS
WtihingioD Put B!dg. v M. 673.
I "QUALITY AND SPEED"
414 Ninth St N. W.
'Tramps of Love"
ALL NEW FEATURE FILMS
5Q715 8th SL S.E. JC
DON'T GO DOWN
KnAlhambra Theater Kp
" 519 7lh Street N. W.
3034 14th St. N.W.
All the Most Up-to-date Pictires
Shown at the Acme.
1913 Pa. Ave. N.W.
Extra special show today, 3 reels
of first class films. Plenty of electric
fans to keep you cool. Pay us a
visit. Open 6 P. M.
MOVING PICTIRE THEATER
322 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
OF HIGH-CLASS PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P. M.
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