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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1911.
WEN PLANNING CALL
L ON PRESIDENT TAFT
Desire to Show Executive
,' City Appreciates His
'' : Interest In District.
In order to impress President Taft
tth .the fact that the people of the
District appreciate his Interest In Dis
trict affairs and-that they are united in
their desire to have him send a special
message to Congress urgtng certain leg
islation for the District, a movement
was -started .today which is expected to
result within a few days, In a request
that the President give an audience to a
representative committee of the Cham
ber of Commerce and Board of Trade.
While the Federation of Citizens' As
sociations, through its officers, presented
to the President yesterday many of the
urgent needs of the District, it is be
lieved thtthe two- large civic and com
mercial organisations ought to add their
testimony and urge, pernapg, additional
measures which vitally affect the Dis
trict. 'The matter Is to be presented to the
executive committee of' the Chamhnr of
Commerce at a meeting; at the rooms of
n cnamoer tomorrow noon Dy rresi
dent James F, Oyster.
"I believe," said Captain Oyster today,
"mat we snouia do a unit in making
pur needs known to the President, and.
ii ne is wuung to give iimo ror an
other audience, that wo should take the
opportunity to impress mm with the fact
that the Chamber and other organiza
tions are united In their efforts for the
rood of the whole District"
Arthur C. Moses, first vice president
of 'the Board of Trade, in the absenc
of President Thomas C. Novm. tnrfnv
agrMd with this view of President Oys
The officers of the federation who
met' the President yesterday are highly
gratified by the Interest which Presi
dent Taft has shown in the District and
particularly with his inclination tn nnii
to Congress a special message dealing
wiin me neeas or me .District.
"If such a 'message Is sent to Con
gress." said William McK. Clayton,
t of nn.
Memorial Services to
B.e Held By Printers
Sunday next has been selected as the
day upon which Columbia Typograph
ical union. No. 101, will, in Typograph
ical Temple, 423 O street northwest, ob
serve memorial day, In respect to mem
bera qf the union who have died during
the year. Services .will begin at 2:30
o'clock In the afternoon and prominent
persons will take part in the exercises.
'The principal address will be made by
Congressman A. O. Stanley, of Ken
tucky, and F. C. Roberts, president of
.the union. The program for the ser
Ices. which was completed today, Is as
U1sntAii ProTinlf Ttftlllavna T AfAi
organist of St Stephen's Episcopal
unurcn: announcement, Benjamin Line
back, chairman of the memorial com
mlttee: anthem. "Whoso Dwelleth," by
Bt Stephen's Choir; 'cello solo, Miss
.Ethel Lee; roll call, George c. 8elbol
siaa(aM tha ! hviMM Tabus
;' via vi uiiiuiii j tcauDi
Lover of My Soul. ' the audience, led
by the choir; solo, Henry Pur-
cell veasle, choirmaster of St.
Stephen's;; remarks, F. C. Roberts,
president of the union; trio, violin,
'cello; and piano. Miss Ruby Stanford
Miss Lee, and Mr. Lefevre; address.
Congressman A. O. Stanley, of Ken
tucky; solo. Miss Florence Glrond; an
them, St. Stephen's Choir.
Woman's Clinic to Give
urea. saia wiiuam hck. u
president of -the federation, "it
far In arousing Congress to a i
tlon of Its duty to the District
DR. BOVEE'S QUIGK
Has Not Returned to Apart
ments In Rochambeau.
Divorced on Monday.
Judge Gary Pleads
For Equal Treatment
In closing his hearing before the Sen
ate Interstate Commerce Committee
yesterday afternoon, Judge E. H. Gary
nleaded for fair play for the corpora
"Equal treatment Is all that we ask,"
he said. ""There has never been a time
when I have not said, 'Show us where
we are wrong and we will get right'
Thsre Is too much Presidential politics
In this country. Ono of the greatest
causes of unrest today is the fact that
another election Is approaching."
,, George W, Perkins will be among the
witnesses next week. Ho is expectod to
subscribe to the essence of Judge
Gary's remedy for the present corpora
tion situation and advise combination
under. Government control.
Wife Tells How She
Returning home unexpectedly lest
August. Mrs. Marie E. Bowles, who Is
suing Kennle I Bowles for an absolute
divorce In the Dlstrlot upremo Court
allege that she saw two young women
leave the house.
Mrs. Bowles averred that she had
away en a three weeks- visit
Carlisle. Pa., and that aha tntended to
give her husband a pleasant surprise.
She explains that she surprised him to
uch an extent that he deserted her,
and subsequently sent her a note hint
ing that he had intentions of "doing
away" with himself.
They were married in Alexandria No
vember 28, 1W1. and have one daughter,
eight years old. Mrs. Bowles asks for
custody of the daughter and alimony.
Gary Y. M. C. A. Building ,
In Indiana Dedicated
GARY, Ind., Not. J0.-i-The maamtaeent,
new Y. M. C. A. building here, a gift
to the municipality from K. H. Gary,
head of the United States Steel Cerpor-
tlon. was formally dedicated today wrflf
Friends of Dr. John Wesloy Bovee,
who was divorced In Philadelphia on!
Monday by his wife, Mrs. Kathorlne
Saeger Bovee, were surprised today
at the announcement of his marriage to
Mrs. 'Caroline Copley Wemple,-tf Chau
mont, N. Y, The ceremony was per
formed the day following the granting
of the divorce by the Rev. Alien Macy
Dulles, at his home in Albany, N. Y.
Dr. and Mrs. Bovee, according to
friends, have known each other since
childhood, .when they lived In Water
town, N. Y. Mrs. Bovee Is prominent
socially. At the Rochambeau, where
Dr. Bovee has an apartment, It was
said today he had not returned to Wash
ington. The suit In the Philadelphia courts
was for absolute divorce, and followed
an unsuccessful suit instituted In the
District Supreme Court in July, 1910,
for separate maintenance. Mrs. Bovee
related in. her bill that she lived with
Dr. Bovee until May 22, 1907, when, she
charged, he "cruelly, without right and
contrary to law, excluded her from his
home, society, and companionship."
Serious opposition to the suit was not
made Dy Dr. Bovee. In a statement
given out through, his attorneys, he
said that when tho facts concerning
his domestic relations were made pub
lic, he would be absolved from censure.
Dr. Bovee is a nromlnent physician.
His Income, It la stated by Mrs. Bovee,
is 125,000 a year. What provision was
made by the Philadelphia court for
alimony has not been made public.
Twenty Cities to Try
For Rifle .Championship
Twenty cities are. to battle for Indoor
rltle honors In the championship matches
of the National Rlflo Association, It was
announced here today. The cities will
be divided into two leagues. The West
ern League will Include St. Paul, Min
neapolis, 'Milwaukee, Helena, Butte,
Dickinson. N. D.; Madison, Tacoma,
Bisbee, Arts., and Adraln, Mich. In the
Eastern League will be Philadelphia,
Bostoh, Erie, Pa., Portland, Me., Man
chester, N. H., Warren, Pa., Birming
ham, Ala., Cleveland, Ohio, New Haven,
and Bridgeport, Conn.
The matches will begin the week of
December 18, and one match will be
shot each week until all clubs In each
league have competed against each
other. The scores will be sent by tele
graph to headquarters of the rifle as
sociation here, where the league aver
ages will be calculated.
LONDON, Nov. 30. American women
are petted more than the women of
Eastern harems and chatter endless
nonsense, according to Fllson Young, In
the English Review.
With ten Illustrated lectures, one
given each week, a class in "first aid"
In to be instructed at the Woman's -Clinic.
Ji37 T street northwest Tho
first lecture will be given tomorrow
night by Dr. D. S. Lamb, and nlll be
on the "Hvman Body." The claw Is to
be conducted under the combined aus
pices of the Woman's Clinic and 'the
District Chapter of the Red Cross. The
oharts and outfits for the lectures are
10 be furnlxhed by the Red Ctoss.
Tho second lecture 'Hill be given by
Dr. Charles I. Griffith, and will be nn
the treatment of poisoning. Among tint
Other topics to be cove-red are the treat
ment of bums, the care of the drown
ing, treatment of hemorrhage arvl
Wounds, the treatment of sprains, dislo
cation and fractures, tho hlte of the
mnd dog, what to do In cases if uncon
sciousness, fainting, apoplexy, and heat
, UjUU tro)
AUL FOR 12 CENTS
In order to Introduce the VAPO
CURA 'INHALER and prove that
it will cure CATARRH, CATAR
RHAL DEAFNESS, ASTHMA,
HAY FEVER. COLDS, etc., by
oily Vapor Inhalation, we will mall
postpaid to any address
la Vapocura Inhaler, to-
Igether with two bottles
of Vapocura Inhaling
Fluid for only 12 cents
postage. The Vapocura
Inhaler sends clouds of
healing, oily vapor Into
every part of the nose,
throat and chest, heal
ing the membrane and
I curing trie disease. Cures
I cold In one day cures;
i Catarrh, etc., In a few
weeks. For this regular
Dollar Inhaler Outfit, re
mit us 6 two-cents
I Stamps on or before
Monday. Dec. 11th. Ad-
STANDARD VAPORIZER CO.
10H W. 34th St., New York.
No strings on our
offer to Bend you a
ue of any
and take all the risks
You are at liberty
t0 SEND THEM BACK at
sour expense if un
satisfactory in any
Pretty strong guar
antee that I
$ Means that we know
Varnishes and KNOW
they will please you
Hopper Hardware and Paint Co.
918 N. Y. Ave. N. W.
Every woman's heart responds to
the charm and sweetness of a
baby '8 voice, because nature in
tended her for motherhood. But
even the loving nature of a mother
shrinks from the ordeal because
such a time is regarded as a period
of suffering and danger. Women
who use Mother's Friend are saved
much discomfort and suffering, and
their systems, being thoroughly
firepared by this great remedy, are
n a healthy condition to meet the
time with the least possible suffer
ing and danger. Mother's Friend
is. recommended only for the relief
and comfort of expectant mothers ;
it is in no sense a remedy for vari
ous ills, but its many years of
success, and the thousands of en
dorsements received from women
who have used it are a guarantee
of the benefit to be derived from
its use. This remedy does not ac
complish wonders but simply as
sists nature to perfect its work.
nausea, and , p?h
brrasts. Mother's Friend ia sold at
drug stores. Write for free book.
MADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlamf, G.
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Tomorrow final clearing
from our recent sale at 48c j
Choice of any
size at only
We must have more room for the toys these
frames are taking, that room, therefore the re
markable reduction. All kinds to select from,
mahogany veneers, mission frames, and elegant
gilts, in sizes 8xio up to 16x20. frames made
to sell up to $1.50 and $3.00, sold by us in a
recent sale at 48c, to close tomorrow at 25c.
Pictures Fourth Floor.
A sale of "Franklin watches"
One size only 16 open face for men
At a price that makes all other
watch offers pale into insignificance.
Watches that sell regularly at $8.00,
Think of it, tbe
Watch, in 10-year
gold - filled open
case, at $4.96
Just because the.
makers have dis-
: continued this par
11 tlcular model.
: : These watches are
made by tbe finest
H and most delicate
H machinery In a
raciory wnn an in-
H ternatlonal repu
H tation and each
one eeauiBs fi
Blcroneuic rega g
later that Insures
the closest possl- 8
ble timekeeping g
tne balance is nn- g
affected by any g
type cannot do
these watches jus
tice you must see
them "We know
you will buy.
Great chance for
Xmas gifts. Jew
elry. Street floor.
Mi fjusv comtm'
Marked at big savings
To dispose of them immediately. We mention
but one from many to show thebig reductioni.
$5.00 wool infrain mf s
Size 9x10$ feet at . . .
The popular reversible styles in all over and
medallion patterns. These are worth coming for.
Just 29 in the lotRugs Third Floor.
Tomorrow on street floor bargain tables
Another great sale women's dresses
For afternoon, street and evening wear
for dresses eminently distinctive and that retail
regularly upward from $15, some as high as $25
Certainly a most representative gathering and unquestionably at a very astonishing low price. A peerless gathering
of fabrics, including:
Crepe Meteor. Satin Duchesse. Altman Voiles. Oorduroyg, Velvets, Eoliennes. French Serge, Broadclotha, Meg
salines. Taffetas, Bedford Cords. Storm Serges, Wide Wale, Diagonals, Satina, Orepe de Chines. Embroidered Nets.
and Silk Chiffons.
Handsome specimens of the dressmaker's art. The season's most favored colors. Every size misses' 14, 16 and 18 years women's 34 to 44 bust. AH made one-piece
style, some, Dutch necks, with large sailor collars, others high neck, long sleeve with lace yokes, still others with large sailor collars finished with velvets and braids. Some of the
chiffon dresses embroidered in contrasting colors. Not a dress worth less than $15, most of them $20 and $25, a few samples at $30.
" None sent C. O. D. None sent on approval. No alterations.
You'll be in luck to buy for fancy work
Prices are so very low and whatever the price paid for Ribbons
WE TIE BOWS FREE.
SATIN RIBBONS Also wash ef
fects, widths H to ' In., all good
colors all good lengths. To p,
close choice a yard
SATIN RIBBONS Widths 1 to 2
inches, all colors all lengths. (?
To close, a yard C
In. good lengths and shades.
RIBBONS including p
satin taffetas. Widths 2
To close, a yard ''
RIBBONS Satins and fancy ef
fects; widths 4 to Inches;
all lengths; all colors. To 1j
closo, a yard J.Ul
Bargain Tables Street floor.
Serviceable lengths in
50c to SILKS at 29c yd.
Waist lengths dress lengths and lengths for fancy work, and
from now to Christmas there will be a demand for just such silks for
making gift articles, dressing dolls and such.
Weaves are varied, including Wash Silks.Natural Pongees, Per
sian Silks, Poplins, All Silk Marquisettes, Crepe de Chine, Messaline,
Liberty Satin, Striped Taffeta, Checked1 Taffetas.
The color range is a wide one. Lengths are 1$ to 11 yards.
Choose quickly Friday at a yd. 29c Bargain Tables Street Floor.
Excelsior art series
Gift books at
6 for $1 or each
Beautiful books bound in pad
ded white binding, with various
colored cover designs. Each one
in a box. Among the titles are:
Under the Hol
Buds and Blos
soms, from Eu
Hearts E a s e,
Words, from the
Nearer My God
Umbrellas, $ 1 . 39
For men for women
Such nice umbrellas for one's own use or to
give. Unusually big value. Covers are of union
taffeta, a mixture of silk and linen, wide tape
edges: silk cases to match-
Such pretty handles, too, consisting of long hardwood sticks,
gun metal or sterling silver trimmed, also horn handles.
You will be able to make a good choice from this lot of umbrellas.
Bargain Tables Street Floor.
2 to 10 yard lengths
Wash goods at 7
from the poets,
A Psalm of
Book Dept. Third Floor, and Bar
gain Table, Street Floor.
to 19c yd.
The wash goods consist of Percales, Madras,
Ginghams, Poplins and Pongees and think of
the uses to which such fabrics can be put. Lengths
for children's school frocks that make real prac
tical gifts. Then, too, dress lengths that can be utilized in making
house dresses. Remember the dolls that await new frocks.
Altogether this is a lot that you cannot afford to miss buying
some of. Bargain Tables Street Floor.
A big clearing Friday of all
lengths of 1 to 20 yards. Styles
that can be used for curtains,
fancy work, etc.
3 big lots priced to close
10c and 12ftc Curtain Klhn
Muslin, White. Figured U7C
26c to 39c Madras, - Fn
cream or white, yard JLuC
50c Madras In colors, OK
Drapery Dept. T,hird Floor.
Sample lingerie waists, $1.50
Worth up to $3.00 all pretty styles
Every waist in the lot is a new model every waist is a pretty model. Just a matter of individual
taste as to which is prettiest. Mostly one of a kind models. Trimmed in fine laces or embroideries, yoke
or panel effect; also many hand embroidered. All fasten in back with pearl buttons. Sizes 36 and 38
only your size? Then come early Friday.
PURE LINEN TAILORED WAISTS with hand
embroidered panel effect down in front In exquisite
designs; Gibson pleat at shoulder; laundered col
lar and cuffs, fastened with pearl but
tons. All sizes. Very big values at
MESSALINE WAISTS Just 100 In gray", black
and wistaria, graduated pin tucking to form yoke;
pin tucking down the back; tucked stock ana currs.
All sizes, 34 to 44. Special tomorrow
only for these waists, worth $4.60, at
Waist Section M floor.
50c silk boot hose
300 PAIRS BLACK, WHITE, TAN.
Always a demand for these whenever adver
tised. Pure silk boot part with lisle thread tops,
reinforced heels and toes. 29c a pair tomorrow.
KANN'S SPECIAL HOSE Medium weight hose,
silk lisle thread, regular made foot, and 8-thread
heel and toe. The best nttlng stocking made.
Three pairs for 1.00 or, a pair
Hosiery Street Floor.
More room needed in dress goods section for holiday merchandise
Greater reductions dress goods remnants
For Friday's selling
As remnants they are already reduced, but this reduction Is made
for immediate clearance.
Dress, Skirt und Coat Lengths, in both black and colors. Think! you
can Belect from navy and black serges, navy and black diagonals, navy
ana DiacK ranamas. scolcn suitings, Droaacioms, popuns, enc
lots, etc.. pastel aha.lea of wool satin cloths and prunell
Fabrics that were $1.00 to S1.G0. Friday, a yard
50c and 75c Dress goods reduced to 39c
Fall weaves In suitings and dress goods, 36 to M Inches wide. Choice
of 64-Inch mixtures, 42-Inch suitings. 42-inch shepherd checks, all wool
serges, hopsackings, albatross, batiste, all wool matt suitings, French
serges and poplins.
Dress Goods Street Floor.
Short lenguis of 12k to 20c
at 734c yd
These are good linings Including
Percallnes Sateens, and Shadow
Sllka In all colors and black.
Majority are 3C-lnches wide.
Kinds that range in price 12V4c
to 20c a yd.
Many gift articles require Just
such linings as foundations. To
morrow's price to close out all
lengths 7c a yd.
Bargain Tables Btreet Floor.
Manufacturers' "Overstock" of $4.00
to $7.50 LACE BLOUSES,
These are just the blouses to wear with silk or
cloth frocks and enhance the dressy appearance of
Choice of Pt. Venice or hand-made Princess
laces, made with long or short sleeves, but all
Beautiful new designs. Styles that will appeal
to fastidious dressers. Neckwear Section Street