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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY JUNE 19, 1911.
ROUND OF GAYETY
BY GRADUATES IN
'A. Lisner 6 Stress
Qualified to Teach
He Is Eighty-two
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Marine Band to Furnish
Music at Graduation Ex
The class of 1911 of the Washington
Business High School will hold Us
graduation exercises and receive di
plomas in the school building tonight
at 8 o'clock. An address by Represen
taive James T. Lloyd of Missouri, music
by the United States Marine Band, and
the awarding of scholarships and con
ferring of diplomas will form the pro
gram. Mre. Ellen Spencer Mussey, vice presi
dent of the Board of Education of the
District of Columbia, -will preside. The
award of scholarships will be made by
Allan Davis principal, and Henry P.
Blair, of the Board of Education, will
confer Uie diplomas.
The graduating class, numbering
thirty-four, is officered by Leon Shore,
president; Verona M. Schmid. vice
president: M. iAgnes McGarraghy, sec
retary, Walter W. Burdette, treasurer:
J. Howell Gordon, David E. Graham,
Lydla E. Keefer. Ada F. Soleau. exe
The membership is as follows:
Edwin Ernest Barnes. Walter Burrlt
Brock. Walter Washington Burdette.
John Brooks Clarke. Lester Thomas Gar
rison, Jams Howell Gordon. David Ed
gar Graham. Ferdinand Clinton Knight,
Julius I ulloy, Robert Rourko Mills, Ed
win Abner Mooers. Joseph Francis
Moore. Charles Van Wyck Mott, Wal
ter Cox Rathbone, Abraham Rte Julian
Imbrie Richards. Tvon Shore. Samuel
Walter Sowerbutts, Louis Joseph Wahl,
F-ll Allpn nlount. lean Irene Harrlss,
Bessie Irene Hartley. Hannah Eleanor
Hunt, Ljdia Elizabeth Keefer. Helen
Marie Koontz. Emtn .largarei Lawson.
Marie Bertha Luebkert. Emily Wheny
Matter, Maiv Asmes C McGariaghy,
erena May Schmid. Grace Jeannette
ciimnonn. Ad Ford Soleau. Daphne La
Zello Stebhins. Roberta Marguerite
Chaplain E. W. Scott
Goes to Naval Academy
Under orders made public by the
Navy Department this morning. Chap
lain Evan W. Scott will succeed Chap
lain H. H Clark at the United States
Naval Academy In Annapolis. Md., on
Chaplain Scott, who has the rank of
lieutenant, has been stationed at the
naval training station at San Fran
cisco and has been conducting serv
ices aboard the U. S. S Pensacola In
the harbor there.
The ordering of Chaplain Scott to
dutv at the Naval Academy came as
a surprise, for on the retirement of
Chaplain Clark it was rumored that
Chaplain C Q Wright would get the
place Chaplain Clark is the father
of Midshipman C. Q. Wright, who was
graduated from the Academy this
month and was one of the star foot
ball men on the team of last season.
Ghodsea Ashrof Speaks
At Bahaists Meeting
Ghodsea F. Ashrof Kharnoum, of Te
heran, Persia, made the regular Sun
day afternoon meeting of the Bahaists
In the McNeal studio at the Portland
one of unusual Interest. She sang a
chant of the Persians, among whom the
Bahalst religion was born.
President William F. Hoar, of the
Persian-American Educational Society,
was present at the meeting, and talked
of Beha-Ullah, the founder of the re
ligion, which !s intended to be a syn
thetical harmony of other religions.
Women Form Mob.
NEW YORK, June 19. Because they
thought Jacob Blernbaum, a fruit deal
er, had sent his wife to an Insane asy
lum, 100 infuriated East Side women
wrecked his establishment. They found
Mrs. Blernbaum was In a hospital.
Country Style 1 )r
Sausage, lb lu
Picnic Shoulders, 11
small, lb HC
Corned Shoulders, 1 1
email lh 111
Round Steak, 1 Cp
930 La. Ave. N. W.
8th & E Sts. S. E.
Miss Euwuu, Cohescius
TO BE HELD TONIGHT
Sixteen Boys and Fifty Girls
Comprise This Year's
Class exercises of the senior class of
the Eastern High School will be held
tonight at 8 o'clock In the auditorium
of the school. An extensive and enter
taining program has been arranged,
with several unique features.
Music will be furnished by the stu
dents, several of whom have marked
musical ability. Sixteen bovs and fifty
girls comprise the class. They are:
Paul Edmond Dalle. James Holmes
Defandorf, Binar Wellen Dlescrud, Cecil
Alan Evans. Clark Seal Fltzhugh, Wil
liam Russell Frost, William Wilson
Gibson, Ernest Carlyn Guy, Ruth Lean
Ayler, Lenora Mary Baker, Grace M.
Beard, Emma Berg, Anna Betts, Emma
Ada Boteler, Marie Louise Brlnkley,
Florence Beddow Brumm, Margaret
Caroline Brummltt, Virginia Lee Bul
ger, Mabel Agnes Burch. Ethelyn Re
becca Callawa Frances Cecilia Car
roll. Ethel Minerva Cohltt. Louise Rag
land Connor, Margaret Brovine Cun
ningham, Helena Tracy Doocy. Dor
othy Douglass, Iva Sellna Downs,
Ada Reed Entwlsle, Mabelle Antoi
nette Ewing, Eleunor Bessie Farmer,
Ruth Henshaw Freeman. Eleanor Gess
ford. Marguerite Dell Rhe Gilbert,
John Fulton Ligon, William Otho Mc
Caffrey. William Junkin McGirrin, Wal
ter McFarlane Parker, Daniel Calhoun
Roper, Jr , Fred Roman banderson,
Rarmond Cornwell Simpson, Francis
Stiillng Wilson. Marjorle Bird Hell,
Anna Marie Hermanns. Henrietta Juliet
Hollinberger, Edith Hill Jarboe, Elsie
Katherlne King, Florence Louise Kubel.
Dorothy Deen Lantz, Eunice Isabella
Lowes, Olive Marie Lyon. Josephine
Mc-Morrls, Lola Madeline Meade, Helen
Starr Myers, Frederlcka Neumann,
Flossie Ivey New combe, Mary Anne
Newcombe. Cecile MofTett Sale. Pauline
Scott, Marv Mabell Stewart, Marie Jo
sephine Strudlev, Florence Torbert,
Helen Sarah Walcott, Janet Gibson
Walker. Jenny Katherlne Westesson,
Mary Elizabeth White, Edna Lois Wil
From 6 A. M. Until
Leg of Lamb,
Hind of Lamb,
Chops, lb ,
Chops, lb ,
Breast of Lamb,
Program of Commencement
Week at Washington Col
Graduates of the Washington College
of Music will not have a dull time of it
during commencement week which be-1
pan yesterday. Following the first day
of the program when a baccalaureate
sermon was given by the Rev. Dr. W
R. Wedderspoon at the Foundry Metho
dist Episcopal Church at 8 p. m.f the
craduates will have a theater box party.
an island picnic, a class banquet, and a j
Commencement proper will take place
Wednesday at the Columbia Thea-ter
at 2 p. m. The box party takes place
at the National Theater this even-1
ing, the graduates then being the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Aldls B. Browne. The
picnic will be held tomorrow on Mrs.
Wrlghtson's Island. President and Mrs.
Wrlghtson entertaining the party. The
class banquet will be at the Shoreham
the evening of commencement day and
the reception will follow this later in the
The class of 1911 contains the following
graduates In vocal music: Gertrude
Karla Reuter, Marjorle Hart Moulton,
Harriet Young Hough, who receive
artists' diplomas; Eleanor Kirk wood
Belt, Helma Matilda Cheesman, Marie
Carolina Searles. Mabel Louise Benzler
and Halstead Pierce Hoover, who re
ceive teacher's certificates and William
Conrad Mills, vocal certificate. Post
graduate diplomas In vocal work are to
be bestowed upon Faye Rowana Bum
phrev and George Harold Miller.
Honors In piano study 'will be given as
follows: Artist diplomas, Mary Pauline
Olmstead, Lucy Eleanor Wright, and
'William A. Engcl. Jr.; teachers' certi
ficates. Isabel Jan-Is Primm, Hilda
Marie Beetham. William Scarff Gatchell.
Loretto Margaret Shea. Edith Reglna
Wiley. James "Russell Barr. Susannah
Burrows Jennings. Ernull Ruth Cohen
clus. Mary Charlotte Matthews, Erin
Roce Morrison. Desha Shepherd Devor.
and Nettie Zomora Miller; piano certifi
cates to Flora Adelle Kampfe, and Vir
Corpus Christi Services
Are Held at St. Dominic's
Verv beautiful, solemn and impress
ive were th Corpus Christi service at
St. Dominic's Catholic Church yester
day. From the time of the celebration
of the solemn high mass of exposition
at 10 o'clock In the morning, the Bless
ed Sacrament was exposed all day. In
the procession in the evening there
were 2.&A cirls, boys and men.
During the hours of the exposition
there was a constant watch kept before
the Blessed Sacrament by the members
of the Holv Name Socletv andl the Con
fraternity of the Blessea sacrameni.
While the procession was on Its way
around the hiych two benedictions
rtere given at the side altars.
The services vesterday were In rharge
of Rev. J R Meagher, pastor of the
church, the celebrant of the mass In
the moraine and cf the benediction In
the afternoon was the Rev James C.
Tlmonv. O. P.: the Rev. M. J Kennedy.
O P. was .leacon. and the Rev. J. A.
Cowan. O. P.. subdeacon.
A proposed advance of 10 cents per
hundred pounds on small packages of
freight of the first class, which was to
have gone into effect throughout
"official classification territory" on July
1. was suspended today by the Inter
state Commerce Commission until Oc
tober 2S, 3911, pending Investigation.
EBB1TT HOUSE DRUG STORE, 14th & P
$5,000 Brand -New Stock at Sacrifice Prices
This store has had the confidence of the public for over 24 years, and is one of the best
known in town. The lease of the present tenant expires July 15, when the proprietor of the New
Ebbitt will remodel the room for other purposes, consequently this sale of a brand new $5,000
stock of Drugs, Drug Sundries, Bath Sprays, French and Domestic Extracts, Soaps, Bath Brushes,
Syringes and Hot Water Bottles, etc., etc., at sacrifice prices.
10c Violet De Panne Soap, 7c. Off 2rkV
10c Cologne Bouquet Soap, 7c. . . . A v.
Be Turkish Bath Soap 22c Half Do.
15c Elderflower Soap, Imported 3 lor oc
15c Llquesone Soap, closing out price. . .4 for 25c
.25 BATH SPRATS To
$2.00 BATH SPRATS fl.09
$2.50 JUMBO BATH SPRATS.... 1.2J
EOc VITAL VIM-BEST SUMMER TONIC
FOR WORN-OUT CONSTITUTION.. 29c
Sachet Powder and
75c AND $1 EXTRACTS, IN BULK.
TVHILE THET LAST 19c
TOU MUST BRING THE BOTTLE.
1 'ROGERS & OALLETS VIOLET
DE PARME EXTRACT 74c
Come early, as we cannot guarantee
50c AND 75c SACHET POWDER.
MOST POPULAR MAKES, CLOS
ING OUT 29c OZ.
J1.S0 FOUNTAIN PENS 9Sc
11.00 FOUNTAIN PENS...., 74c
ALL SOLID 14-K.GOLD. SOW'S TOUR
CHANCE TO GET A GOOD PEN
1 BATH BRUSHES, CLOSDJG-OUT
S5c BATH BRUSHES 49c
S5c TOOTH BRUSH HOLDERS 15c
40c BATH MITS 24c
23c SHAVING POWDER 19c
13.60 TOILET SET, WHILE THET
LAST rr U.S9
50c COMPLEXION SPONGES 24c
35c COMPLEXION SPONGES 19o
50C-VEROFORM TOILET-LIQUID SOAP,
FOR SHAMPOOING 21c
25c VEROFORM TOILET LIQUID SOAP,
FOR SHAMPOOING lc
25c VEROFORM TOOET SOAP 15c,
SHARPEN TOUR SAFETT RAZOR
BLADES OUR SPECIAL PATENTED
STROPPER WILL SHARPEN ANT
BLADE. CLOSING OUT PRICE 11.89
On Account of White House Celebration We Will Be Open UntH
"UNCLE IKE" STEPHENSON,
Wisconsin Senator, Passes Four Score
and Two Mark.
One Dead in Crash.
WASHINGTON, Pa.. June 19. W. J.
Munce, jr , thirty-eight, was instantly
killed and Attorney II. B. Hughes had
a narrow escape when the automobile
In which the men were riding was
smashed by a train today.
The Motor Boat Metropolis
Whether in search of rest, recrea
tion, amusement, beauty, instruction
or excitement, the summer seeker
can be perfectly suited in the
Let Us Plan Your Vacation
Tell us in a general way what you require, the
number in your party and the amount of money
you want to spend, and we will propose one
or two trips for your consideration with
complete information, and send you
descriptive folder, "The Thousand
Closing Out Syringes &
J1.25 FOUNTADI STRINGES t3o
2.00 MAROON RUBBER FOUNTAIN
STRINGE RAPID FLOW 1.
JLE0 2-QT. WHITE RUBBER
$3 00 RED RUBBER COMBINATION
FOUNTAIN STRINGE AND HOT
WATER BOTTLE 51-83
82.50 WHITE RUBBER COMBINA
TION FOUNTAIN STRINGE AND
HOT-WATER BOTTLE 81.89
EXTRA SPECIAL 52 TWO-QUART
GENUINE TURKISH TOWELS..
81.25 TURKISH TOWELS 49c
81.56 TURKISH TOWELS 590
15c TURKISH WASH RAGS, 2
15c DENTAL FLOSS .".. 8e
EOc PALMO TABLETS, 29c; 4 FOR.... 81
J5c BLUE JAT CORN PLASTERS 9c
83 MANICURE SETS 81.29
25c PLATING CARDS, 2 FOR 25c
$1.25 AND 81.50 HAIR BRUSHES.. 79c
50c SPECIAL HAIR BRUSHES... 29c
$3 Razors, 89c
We have the best line of Razors
eer offered In Washington Includ
ing Griffon, Blue Steel. Pipe, Wade
& Butcher, Across the Seas, These
are not drummer's samples, but flrst
class goods, and every one Is guar
anteed. Sale price. ...,i 89c
Every man wants a sharp razor,
and he can have. It by using one of
our $2 self-honing strops. Special.. 98c
New York Central Lines flj jjggQy ,8 M ?Tr lOMfc! kJSX W
Travel Burrnu, Room 2071 rfflLJTHjijMPjW SJV jij&dL
Grand Central Terminal -JSc isll9RsrHW f tJ fBSBBWKSipSSl
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Aged Wisconsin Senator Is
Congratulated on His
"Uncle Ike" Stephenson, the oldest
member of the Senate, celebrated his
eighty-second birthday anniversary yes
terday. He received the congratula
tions of many friends, Including those
of colleagues in the Senate and admir
ers In Wisconsin.
Senator Stephenson was born in New
Brunswick, June 18, 1829. He received a
common school education, and moved to
Wisconsin in 1845. For twolve years he
was In the 'lumber trade at Es
canaba. In the spring of 1S3S tie moved
to Marinette, and has since lived there.
He has held various political offices,
and was in the House three terms be
fore he succeeded John C. Spooner In
the Senate In 1907. "Uncle Ike" Is one
of the wealthiest men In the Senate,
and is a lumberman, f aimer, and
Senator Cullom is almost, but not
quite, as old as "Uncle Ike." Senator
Cullom will be eighty-two November 22.
Lodge Holds Memorial.
The memorial service of the Independ
ent Order of Odd Fellows was addressed
by Grand Master Dr. Thomas J. Gates,
of Harmony Lodge, who presided, and by
William E. Andrews, auditor of the
Treasury Department, In Odd Fellow's'
Hall last night. Fidelity to the prin
ciples of Odd Fellowship and to the
teachings of Christ will bring life's
greatest reward, the speaker said.
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XiGwK0-HnMir KM Kr Jl
$1.00 Roger & GalletU' Toilet Water 04c
91.00 Violet de Fame Extract 73c
30c Roger & Galletta' Soap, per cake 21c
EOc PINAUD'S EAU DE QUININE.. 33c
25c CALOX TOOTH POWDER 16c
EOc CANTHROX 32c
0c AND 75c MANICURE SCISSORS.. 340
25c GLTCERINE SUPPOSITORIES.... 17c
$1 TRAVELING BAGS TO CLOSE
THEM OUT -. 49c
60c NAIL BUFFERS S9c
40c NAIL FILES 19c
35c WHISK BROOMS 24c
EOc AND 60c IMPORTED HAND
40c CELLULOID TOOTH BRUSHES.. 24c
35c TOOTH BRUSHES. 17c; 3 FOR.. ..EOc
40c GUM DROPS 21c LB.
5c MILK CHOCOLATE, 2 FOR.... Be
60c BAT RUM 39c
25c WITCH HAZEL. FULL PINT 17c
Ec BEEF. WINE AND IRON 29c
$1 STRUP OF HTPOPHOSPHITES.... 59c
$1 H. S. WAMPOLE COD LIVER
60c nOTTLE DOBELL'S SOLUTION
AND 23c NASAL DOUCHE, ALL
25c EFFERVESCING PHOSPHATE OF
To REDUCE FLESH USE
J 25c BOTTLE OF KISSINGEN 14c
25c BOTTLE EFFERVESCING
29c BOX SEIDLITZ, POWDER 14c
23c TOOTH PASTE 13c; 2 for 25c
25c TOOTH POWDER '.. 13c; 2 for 25c
10c STTPTIC PENCILS 7s
25c MASSATTA TALCUM POWDER
ORIENTAL PERFUME 19c
EOc ALMOND CREAM 29e
60c AND 75c LADIES' COMBS ,-.. 29c
50c TALCUM POWDER 31c
S5c TALCUM POWDER 27c
15c TALCUM POWDER llrf
25c SHAVING STICKS 10c
10c SHAVING CAKES 4c
EOc THERMOMETERS 24c
35c 8PONGES 19c
25c ROGER & GALLET RICE POW
EOc .ROGER & GALLET VIOLET DE
PARME .FACE POWDER 36c
12 o'Qock Tonight Stop In
See to your Glasses before going away do yours
exactly suit your eyes, and do they fit comfort
ably? No charge to consult Dr. Samuel. His office
is In Balcony Parlor, first floor. Look for the elec
tric sign to guide you.
Hurry for These
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The Twentieth Day
Of the June Lingerie Sale
Tomorrow's sale of the broken lots and tossed and tumbled g
ments will probably be looked back upon as the best Bargain Ds "
of the month. i
This can be said now that no garments made for a' cheap saj
have been added.
Regular patrons know and will recognize the Palais Royal's re
ular stock of lingerie and understand why many lots are now brokeT
and some of the garments somewhat mussed. The twentieth day 6:
the June sale of 1911 is explanation enough.
At $1.4fr, $1.98 and $2.98
The $2.98 to $5.00 Lingerie of this June Sale to be $1.48 ty
$2.98. Take elevator to third floor.
Corsets To Be
The $5.00 to $7.50 samples of
"Bon Ton" Corsets demonstrated
by Mme. Mahon. Fitted and guar
anteed by her.
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From $1 UrY
Genuine Bargains are always the ex
ception. These best 1.00 Kimonos and
House Dresses generally cost more than
79c at wholesale Come tomorrow
morning and find sizes 34 to 44, of
prettiest of Lawns and Batiste, many
made with kimono sleeves.
$5 Skirts, $2
Genuine $5.00 Silk Petticoats at
$2.00 are only too rare. Of course we
don't count the cheating imitations as
$5.00 garments. The genuine are here
on third floor with the $1 Kimonos
and House Dresses at 79c
were $1 .50
tables filled on
Tomorrow Morning i
Better make ft $10. Thinkof,
only $5 for choice of superb C '
piece Dresses of foulard silk, voir
messaline, swiss, linen, embroidery,
lace and wool cloth, made up in end
less variety of latest-moment styles
for all occasions.
Coat Suits, of imported rep an
linen, made up with sailor colla
and patent leather belt. And CIot.
Suits, in pin-stripe effects, man-tail
ored a l'anglaise. Choice for $5.00.
Trimmed Hats that were $5 to
$10 at $2.00. Parasols that we7
to $5 at $1.79.
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