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of $1515. Everybody says its, a
small -price to pay fortso mucn
eoodness and quality in clothes.
Get "yours" to-day. . .
Money's Worth or Money Back
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Best seller we ever had. It
looks, like a $50 bed, and in
most respects is the equal of
beds sold for $50 around the
Cbolee of Polished. Satin, or
Polet Brass, guaranteed not to
tarnish. Heavy 3-Inch post, with
massive caps: as substantial as
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Public utilltieevwaa the theme of
remarkable sermon In which' one of "the
two great systems of street, railways"
'was harshly criticised by the preacher.
Rev. John Van Scheldt. Jr., at the Church
of Our Father, Unlversallst; Thirteenth
and L. Streets Northwest, yesterday
morning. Mr.' Van Schalek- had -air' his
subject. "The Good CltlxeiC and Ma text
was "What doth the Lord .reqsire of
thee, but to do justly, love raeHr,. and
walk humbly with thy God?" Mtceh,
Mr. Van Schalek said:. '
"In the Capital City of our country we
have two great asytema of street rail'
ways. For many years the -financial eon-
trot of one of these systems has been a
puzzle, a wonder, a scandal or a humil
iation, aa we have happened to look at It.
"Many of us have not understood what
was taking place, and we have wondered
that a road which did an .enormous busi
ness and was economically- managed
should be In financial difficulties. Others
of us have looked beneath the surface
and have seen the capital stock enormous
ly Increased without the Investment or
any' money, the road called upon to pay
dividends upon these millions of watered
stock, and finally the whole system
wrecked, the. stock put down to 10 or 12,
Investors ruined, while promoters' made
Watched Stock Rise.
"During the past year we have watch
ed the stock make another sudden and
spectacular advance from 34 to 93. We
have been lnrormed by the highest au
thorities that this advance was engi
neered by "a group of directors of the
road for their own selfish purposes. They
have had In mind three things: First, to
make large sums of money for them
selves by the fluctuations of the stock,
which they knew all about, and were
able to control.
"Second, to form a syndicate to ab
sorb all the public service corporations
in the District of Columbia, enormously
water the stock and make other millions.
"Third, to defeat the public utilities
commission bill, which the Commission
ers have been urging In Congress. Most
of these things have been or are being
carried out. None of the promoters
has violated any law, so far as we
know. What they bought and sold, and
organised and opposed -was done strict
ly within the letter and under the pro
tection of the law.
"They succeeded in defeaUng a public
utilities commission, which would have
seriously hampered their operations.
They have undoubtedly made fortunes to
pile upon the fortunes of other years.
They have organized their great merger.
But here they are stuck. They begin
to act like men balancing upon a tight
rope. They are beginning to reckon with
a force called public sentiment. They
are beginning to feel a. loss which even
stock gamblers recognize, and that Is
"The people of the community are
waking up. They are scanning critically
and with more Intelligence than former
ly the acUon of a director who took
advantage of his position and special
knowledge- to deceive other stockholders,
whom he was supposed to represent.
They are asking if there Is not some
thing peculiarly dishonorable in a direc
tor buying out other stockholders, some
of them with very small holdings, which
represent all their savings, and paying
them thirty-four, wnen be knows, as a
director and In no other way that, the
stock will sell for nearly three times
that amount within a year.
They are asking If stockgamblers are
fit to be directors at all. They are ask
ing In the second place what effect such
gambling In the stock of a public serv
ice corporation has on them; whether
forcing up. forcing down, watering,
wrecking, means anything to them be
yond a mere exhibition of financial skill.
FsMIe Haa Rights.
"We find now almost general accept
ance of the proposition that in the man
agement of every great public service cor
poration the public has rights.
"If "this were simply an economic prob
lem. I should have nothing to say upon
it to-day. But it is more than that It
is a social problem. It Is a moral prob
lem. It Involves not only the money, but
the health, the safety, the happiness of
"If it is right for a church to advocate
public health movements, it Is right for
it to show why we as a community can
only afford crowded, disease-disseminat
ing cars on come lines. If It is right for
it to labor for parks, it Is right to labor
for means to take the masses to the
parks at rates they can afford. The dif
ference between the outlay of SO cents
and 25 cents to take a family of six to
the Zoo on a Sundsy afternoon is the dif
ference between going and not going.
"If it Is right ror a church to urge the
old precept. "Do justly If It is right for
It to thunder again the command. Thou
shalt not steal;' if It is still proper to
refer to human brotherhood and mean it.
the church has a right to expose gam
bling in the stocks of public service cor
porations, and a solemn duty tq pillory
tne gammers at the bar or public jus
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from a week's visit f Cincinnati.
Ifc says his only regret; is that he
didn't have relatives enough t stay
Th' woman who calls her baby a
"kid" alius chews gum. at th' the
FALLS IN POTOMAC
Stream skews Chaace of "Fall
Iiie".to Have Seei -Twenty--
Visiting, geographers, making the trans-
continetal excursion of the American
Geographical AasodaUon of New York,
bsd a lesson on the geography of Wash
Ington and the Potomac River yesterday.
Dr. Henry, Gannett, president of the
National Geographic Sodetr of Wash
ington, waa the master, and N. H. Dar
ton. of the Bureau of Mines, was In.
structor. The lesson waa given In the
open air at the Great Falls of- the Po
tomac whither the geographers.
guests of the local society, journeyed in
Mr. JJarton spoke of geology and phys
iography characteristic of the Potomac
River, which affords one of the best
known examples of the change of the
"fall line" of streams, and showed how
the Potomac's "fall line" had worked
back from the old sea line, formerly at
Eastern Branch, to its present locality.
twenty-two miles distant.
Dr. Gannett introduced Dr. William M.
Davis, of Harvard University, aa his
-orag scholar." presenting Dr. Davla as
"The greatest American geographer.'
A toast was drunk to Dr. Davis, who
responded with expressions of his appre
ciation or the honor done him.
Gottfried Merzbacher, of Munich. Ger
many, spoke for the foreign geographers
In appreciation of the hospitality shown
them in Washington and other cities
of the United States which, they have
visited on the transcontinental excur
The geographers returned at 4:30 o'clock
and spent the evening In seeing various
sights of the city.
They will remain here until Wednes
day afternoon and will be entertained
by several scientific societies.
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Solemn High Kass Harks Inangora
tion of Studies in All Depart
ments at Georgetown.
Solemn votive Mass of the Holy Ghost
and a formal inauguration of the studies
la all of the departments of the university
was celebrated yesterday morning at 11
o'clock in Dahlgren- Chapel, on George
town University, grounds;
A leatue of the service was that au the
officiating clergymen were alumni of the
university. The celebrant was Right Rev.
Father Alphonsus J. Fanlon. rector of
the university; the deacon. .Rev. W.
Brooks, 8. J, of Gonxtga College; ' aub
deacon. Rev. William Graham. 8. J.
The sermon was delivered by Rev.
Mark McNeal, professor of rhetoric Tils
subject was "The Catholic College Offers
the Best and Most Effective SoiuUon of
the Great Social and Economic Questions
of the Day by .Proposing to the Young
Man for imitation of the. Martyr Christ"
A. host of friends and guests of the uni
versity attended. Among them prominent
were Chief Justice and Mrs. White, Chief
Justice Clabaugh, of the District Su
preme Court: Hsnnls Taylor; former Am
bassador, to Bpam and number, of the
law faculty;! J. McNeal. 'vice president of
the Baltimore A Ohio RaHroad Cn
George Kober. dean of Georgetown "Medi
cal School; Dr. Frank Baker. Dr. Samuel
Adams, and Dr.- WIBiaaa Cocao. dean of
Georgetown Dental 'School.
The saBate waaieaaore by sl Alsvalua
choir. Prof. Glen W,' Ashley-directed th
choir. Prof. Gumprecbt rOraasdatVof
QeergHawa Uaxversatjr. inaiilMt,
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Rev. J. M. M. Gray Talks oa '"The
Theology of Hunan Speech" at
Hamline X. E. Church.
"The Theology of Human Speech" was
the subject on which Rev. J. M. M.
Gray, pastor of Hamline Methodist Epis
copal Church. Ninth and P Streets North
west, preached last night
Speaking on the text "God. who at
sundry umes and In divers manners.
spake in times past unto the fathers by
the prophets, hath, in these last days,
spoken unto us by His Son." Mr. Gray
said, in part:
"Here Is the direct affirmation that
God speaks. Herbert Spencer and the
agnostics with him would dispute this,
saying that they do not deny God exists,
but they do deny that men can know any
thing about Hint "God, to put it in Spen
cer's phrase, is the Unknowable,' with
a capital U. If that Is true, how does
Mr. Spencer know It? If God is the Un
knowable, how does the agnostic know
that He Isf If man cannot know any
thing about God, how does the agnostic
know that He cannot know anything
"In spite of the mystery in which these
processes are shrouded,- the fact of hu
man speech means that somehow spirit
speaks to spirit across all barriers of
flesh and time and distance. Imperfect
beings not only can think great thoughts
and arrange them In orderly successions
of persuasion and history, but can defy
the flesh and speak them to one another
as need and occasion rise; can defy dis
tance and send them leaping along the
wires or flashing, wireless, across un
charted heavens; csn defy time, and,
tracing them on pyramid and parch
ment brick and stone, can speak across
centuries and seas, and bring home Im
perishable mesaagea tot alien xnlnda.
Shall He who has fashioned speech not
speak? Shall He who baa gifted as
with' powers of communication not com
municate with usT"
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atUnd.Ueamith aiuraal conveatloa
of the United Daighters of tftt.CaMai
TWs raatBertag of Southern woman typ--lass
to the world that the South. has fot
gotten. aad forgiven, and that there ta
ae loager any North or South. President
Taft son of a. Union soldier. wlHweb
come the:' delsgntes to the Capital. .A
striking Bragraauste has been prepared
by, the leeal members, headed by Mrs.
Marion BuUer, president of this dlvlsioo-
One' special object in holetag the con
tention in. Washington this year. Is to lay
xne curiiei sione ox oe asunumeiu nv w
Confederate dead In Arlington.' Some
years' ago, a- bill ,was paaeed by Con
gress to gather the dead In' and about
Washington and put them In ArUagton
Durlag Mr. Taft's term aa' Secretary of
War. permission waa .granted the .Dis
trict Daughters and veterans to build
The opening session of the convention
will be held at Memorial Continental
Hall. Tuesday. November 12. The busi
ness aeerdOBs will be- held' at the New
Wlllard and It is expected that dele
gates from -the total membership of
seventy thousand Daughters will.be pres
ent On- Tuesday at.S o'clock, the cor
nerstone of the monument. will be laid
The. eeeslona will be presided over, by
Mrs. Alexander B. White, president' gen
eral, of Perls, Tenn. Among other na
tional offlcere who .will attend the con
veatloa are Mrs. Frank C. Odenbelmer,
Jtssup,Md.,' first vice president general:
Mrs. Drury'CC Ludlow. Washington. D.
C, second vice president general: Mrs.
J. X McAlester, McAlester, Ohio, third
vice president general; Mrs. 'Roy Weaks
MeKlaney. Paducah, Ky.. recording
secretary general: Mrs. Eduard Carl
Schnabel. New Orleans. La., correspond
ing secretary general; Mrs. C B. Tate,
Pulaski, Vs., treasurer general: Mrs.
James B. Qantt, Jefferson City, Mo., reg
istrar general; Miss Mildred L Rather;
ford, Athens, Gs. historian general;
Mrs. L. H. Raines. Savannah, Oa., cus
todian of cross of honor; and Mrs.
Frank Anthony Walke. Norfolk, Vs..
custodian flags and pennants.
Hot Debate at Secular League
Meeting on Effects of Teach
ings is America.
At the meeting of the Washington
Secular league at Pythian Temple yes
terday afternoon an animated debate
took place on "Socialism." It was Intro
duced by a paper on "The Meaning of
Socialism." by Samuel Saloman. who ar
raigned Socialism aa "the most serious
menace threatening the American peo
A reply in oenair of Socialism was
made by P. H. Skinner, a Socialist
Other speakers who came to the defense
of Socialism were Dr. J. J. Shirley. W.
D. Mackenzie, W. G. Brink. Mrs. W. D.
David Eccles. H. H. Bliss. W. C Ar-
nett and H. B. Bradford joined in the
criticism of Socialism.
A feature of the meeting was a piano
and vocal solo by Mrs. A. G. Drake, who
sang "The Last Rose of Summer."
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1406 Park Read Sfeethweac.
1T14 Fearteeath Street IC W.
14S Seventh Street Berth wee.
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"The Weed." Three reels. Great feature.
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