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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAT, DECEMBER 1, 111.
WOT PICKING LEADER
Committee Probably Won't
Choose Chairman At
It doveloped today that If the Repub
lican national committee follows the
precedent of four years ago It will elect
a chairman when It meeU hero Decem
' ber 12. It haa been generally stated
that the election of a chairman, ac
cording to precedents, would not como
Four years ago, Harry New, of In
diana, who had been acting chairman,
was elected chairman at the December
meeting. NoV, John F. Hill, of Maine,
Is, acting chairman. The committee is
comrontea wun tho interesting ques
tion, whether to elect a chairman or
let the matterdrift as it Is now.
The probabilities are tho committee
will conclude not to elect a chairman.
Tho reason for this is that Mr. Hill
has no support to speak of for chair
Vnan, and if there is an election he will
mj displaced. . This would probably
mean a big fight. Tho friends of Presi
dent Taft are anxious to avoid a row.
Southern Society Is
Seeking New Members
A campaign for Increasing the mem
bership of the Southern Society of
Washington is now being carried on
by tho membership committee of that
organization, and William H. Saunders,
chairman tf the committee, reported
today that at the next meeting of the
Bociety, a largo number of applications
will be presented and acted upon.
The society will meet sometime about
the middle of this mouth. The mem
bership committee will consider the ap
plications, and will make recommenda
tions to the society. On the committee
with Mr. Saunders are J. J. Darlington,
Creed M. Fulton, Mrs. Robert L. Tay
lor, and Mrs. Champ Clark. The som
mtttee on nominations will meet soon,
and will nominate officers for tho so
ciety. Commissioners Refuse
To Change Boundary
(For the present. Twentieth street,
nprtheaut. will remain tho eahtern boun
dary for the refuse collection service.
in accordance wltn a decision of tho
The Commissioner' recently received
fiom the Rhode Island Avenue Suburb
an Citizens' Association, a icqutst that
the service be extended so as to in
clude Twenty-fourth. Twenty-fifth and
Twenty-slxfh streeis. end South Dako
ta avenue and the Brentwood street
road. In reply the association will be
inroimed the Commissioners do not be
lieve it advlsablo to extend the sei
vlce at the presont time.
Going to Alexandria
The membership of Mt. Vernon, An
drew Jackson, .Reno, Anacostla, and
Star-Spangled Banner Councils, of tho
Junior Order United American Me
chanics, have accepted an Invitation
from the State Council of Virginia
to be present at their large class Ini
tiation to be held at Armory Hall,
in Alexandria, tomorrow night, at 8
The Washington councils -will as
semble at Pennsylvania avenue and
Twelfth street northwest at 7 o'clock
tomorrow night, accompanied by the
Independent Drum Corps, and will
take a special train to Alexandria.
Debating Society Will
Decide Canal Question
The question of whether the Panama
canar should be fortified will be debated
this afternoon by teams of tho Hilton
School Debating Society. The affiima
tlve will be supported by Dorsey Doni
phan, Katherlno Stone, Louise Shelry,
wm ivjmuiii uurKt'imen, wiuie aianon
Donath, Hubert Sale, Robert Flynn, and
Klmoro Russell will uphold the nega
tive. Officers of the socletv are Harry Hunt,
resident; Hubert Sale, vice president;
oulse Shelry. seeretary, and Alma K.
Eleven Hunters Killed."
BANGOR, Me, Dec. l.-The big game
season Is ended. Kleven hunters, 10,000
deer, and 300 mooso w re killed.
of coffee now stands
for the acme of coffee
It's your protection against the
weak and flavorless coffees
which cost less to buy but twice
as much to use.
Is backed by our 50 years of business
reputation which we would never risk
by giving you anything but tho best
berries from tho finest plantations.
Hotel Astor Coffee comes to you in
packages made entirely of tin. All
tho flavor is kept intact all the
strength retained. That's why it
goes further than ordinary coffee.
It's fresh from our roaster to you.
That's why it has tho delicate aromat
ic bouquet that has made it famous.
Buy your first can today wo promise,
it won't be your last.
Never told in bulk, al
ways In one and three
pound scaled tins, bean,
ground, or pulverized.
39 cents per pound at
B. FISCHER & CO.
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MARTIN WILL OPEN
AT LIBRARY TONIGHT
Playgrounds Leader to Give
Instruction to Class of
Under the direction of E. 8. Martin,
Superintendent of Playgrounds In tho
District, a school for Boy Scout masters
will be opened tonight at the Carnegie
Library, The rules for scouts will be
taken up from the beginning, and tho
various topics will be discussed and ex
emplified. Ono of the first things for a boy
scout to' learn is proper respect for tho
national flag. As a part of tho instruc
tion in this respect, Mrs. Isabelle Ball
will adrress the young men on tho his
tory of the Stars and Stripes.
Scout mastors may not be under twenty-one
years of ago". However, the
meetings at the Carnegie Library will
be open to patrol leaders.
"The plans made some time ago for a
school of instruction for playground su
perintendents will not be taken up again
until after the holidays, according to E.
Mr, Martin Bald today that he was
well pleased with the progress made by
the Boy Scout movement In the Dis
''We have about GOO boys enlisted in
the movement," ho said, "and thli
growth Is sufficiently rapid. I do not
want, to se it grow too fast because tho
movement Is experimental everywhere,
and I would rather see it grow only as
fast as we are able to meet the prob
lems that are constantly presented."
One Still Aboard
BUFFALO, N. Y. Dec. 1. A report
from Point Albino this morning states
that Engineer Prltchard is still aboard
the werktd stean.er rulcirh, which
went on the rocks yesterday. Only tho
prow of the vessel ctn be cn from
thore, and It is Miiikely Prltchard Is
Threo bodies havo been washed
Capt. Harry Beauvals, of Cleveland,
and eluht lueinheri cf the RulolRh's
crew reached shore in lifeboats.
$1.35 Baltimore and Return, Baltimore
and Ohio every Saturday and Sunday,
All trains both ways, both days.
A FULL LINE OF TUXEDO AND FULL DRESS SUITS AT SPECIAL PRICES
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Copyright 1911 fPffisiiir) M
TLe House of Kuppenhehner "JffiBfHE!
ITALIAN MAY NOT.
BE ELECTED POPE
TO SUCCEED PIUS
Vatican Members See Dan
ger In Recerit Appoint
ments of Cardinals.
7)nAf1. Tlnn 1 TTna DAna Dlita hi, Vila
abnotntments in hn pnrrilnnlntA. nro.
ated a situation which may result In
a foreigner being solocted as his huc-
This question today 1b engrossing
Tlio Sacred College is now composed
of thirty-three Italians and thirty-one
foreigners. In addition, the pope has
created another cardinal "impectore,"
and there Is considerable speculation as
to his nationality. It is believed prob
ablo that the name of tho secretly
created prince of tho church will not
be known until tho death of Pope Plus.
." -r 1? u "gner, as many Deiievo,
the Italians will have a majority of
unij uiiu in mo sacrea college.
The greatest danger that the Italian
cardlnalato sees in the possible selec
tion of a foreigner for pontiff, is that
the new pope would end tho quarrel
with tho qulrlnal by fully renouncing
tho church's claims to temporal sov-
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church's temporal ponet If It Is over
Tho majority of Italian cardinals are
confident that if a diplomatic pontiff Is
selected like Pope Leo XIII, the church,
through his efforts, will bo ablo to re
gain from Italy at least a small tem
Lavishes His Money,
And Is Called Insane
NEW YORK. Dec 1. Alleged to bo
Insane because it is said he ppent $100.
CO within a short tlmo and had fro
quent altercations with tradesmen. Lor
ln S. Bernhelmer, millionaire whole
sale cotton goods dealer, and clcsoly re
lated to the Guc'enhelrrs. tcday Is be
ing sought for examination Into his
F.mlty. Commitment papers have been
Bernhelmer disappeared from tho Ho
tel Savoy last night. His relative say
lie was planning to wed a widow.
Ji.aS to Baltimore and Rtirn,
Saturdays and Sundays, via Pennsyl
vania Railroad. Tickets good to return
until Sunday night. All regular trains
except "Congressional Limited " Advt
Value Seeking Men
An Item of Interest
4 1013 Pa. Ave. 1013
PENSIONS HAS MORE
THAN M;000 NAMES
Many Indorse Paper Which
Will Ask Congress for
More than H.OOff signatures have been
obtained to petitions which will bojpre
66nted to Congress urging legislation
for an adequate police and firemen's
pension and relief bill.
Announcement of tho success that
had been met with in obtaining s'gnu
ttires to the petition distributed through
the eleven police precincts was made at
a special meeting of the Policemen's As
sociation In Pythian Temple.
Among the speakers at the meeting
wero Charles H Turner, former assist
ant United States attorney, and the
Rev. P. Murphy, pastor of Epiphany
The commlttoe In charge of the meet
ing was composed of Policemen Oeorge
Sollers, W. O. Stott, C. P. M. Lord, Jo
seph Much, and Joseph Moore.
The annual election of officers of tfce
association will take place Monday at
tho Police Court building. The polls
will be open from 9 in the morning un
til 6 In tho evening.
Grand Trunk Fireman
Charged With Arson
PORT HURON, Mich., Dec. L-Oeorge
Walker, twenty-six; years old, Is under
arrest here charged with attempted
arson In connection with fires at the
Railroad Y. M. C. A. building Novem
Six (Ires have started at the building
dlnce last May, and five have occurred
at the EvanBton, Ind Y. M. C. A.
building In the same period.
Tho Dollce ausert that Walker, who Is
a Grand Trunk railway fireman run
ning between this city and Evan-ton,
und resides in Battle Creek, was In the
respective cities at the time of tho
fires. Ho pleaded not guilty when
nrnilgned In police court, nnd was held
lor examination in ji.uoo oonas.
Onlv Ont "HHOMO ClUININK"
That il LAXATIVE I1ROMO QUININE. I,ook
for the signature of U. W. OltOVE. Used th
World ovtr to cure a via in una Day. at
THIS Store has far
GREATER claim to
to the patronage of
well-dressed men than the
fact that it sells only cor
rect and accepted styles
there's a weightier reason
than is found in its en
deavor always to serve its
This store DOES give
the greatest measure of
money-worth it DOES
give more than you can
get anywhere else
The House of
Supplies us with Suits and
Overcoats of honest con
struction reliable fabrics
and accepted styles these
good clothes are sold to
you with the desire for
your future satisfaction
over-weighing our desire
for immediate profit.
$25.00 Overcoats and
worth it, too, special at
School Is Plan
To provide quartern for whlto Rirls
plans have been made for the enlarge
ment of the rteform School for Girls.
The Doard of Charities has Included In
its estimates for the next fiscal year an
Item for additional buildings. The ac
tion of tho board Is in line with tho ef
fort of MM. Laura A. Olney, chairman
of a committee of the Woman's Inter
Denomlnatlonal Missionary Union,
whose purpose Is to establish In the
District a training school for Rirls.
Recently the committee directed the
attention of tho Commissioners to the
fact that white girls are not sent to the
Reform School, but aro committed to
Tho explanation of this, given by
Oeorge 8. "Wilson, secretary of the
Board of Charities, is that the number
of white girls committed was so small,
that gradually the institution became a
DChool for colored girls, although it is
not so provided by law.
At Woodward Funeral
The Rev. H. A. Orlfflth PmtHtint
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cnapiain or tne soldiers' Home, of
ficiated at the funeral of William Wood
wnrd, this afternoon.
Woodward died at the home on Wed
nesday, aged sixty-five years.
TO QRO W HAIR ON
A BALD HEAD
BY A SPECIALIST
Thousands of people suffer from bald
ness and falling hair who, having tried
nearly every advertised hair tonic and
hair-grower without r,nit hmm w..
slgned themselves to baldness and its
attendant discomfort Yet their case is
not hopeless; the following simple home
prescription has made hair grow after
years of baldness, and Is also unequaled
for- restoring gray hair to its original
color, stopping hair from falling out,
and destroying the dandruff germ. It
will not make the hair greasy, and can
be put up by any druggist: Bay Ruin,
six ounces; Lavona de Composee, two
ounces; Menthol Crystals, one-half
drachm. If you wish It perfumed, add
nun o one teospooniui of To-Knlon
Perfume, which unites perfectly with
the other ingredients. This prepara
tion is highly recommended by physi
cians and specialists, and is absolutely
harmless, as it contains none of tho
polnonous wood alcohol so frequently
found In hair tonics.' Do not apply to
tho face or where hair is not desired.
Before publication we presented this
prescription to People's Pharmacy and
O'Donnell's Drug Store, 904 K street
northweBt, this cltv. and they Btale
that they havo filled It many times
for their patrons, who report most oj
tonlshlng results from Its use.
"We'll get their names; you'll set their
trade." lo Include adjacent towns not cov.
ered by the city directory.
OCT LISTED IN NKIJ30N'S NOT
VKIJIllV tirrnrr-rr, v rv
JUSTUS C. NELSON, MgT.. 110 P st. N. W.
MRa. JAMES GALLAGHER and family
use this means to thank their many
friends for messages of condolences.and
beautiful floral offerings in their sad
Leading Grocers Make
It a foint To Keen
tor customers demanding something
better than the ordinary. Every raisin
selected, cleaned and packed with cxi
X3TAt your erricet's. No consumers supplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO.,
Wholesalers, llth & M Sts. 8. E.
The Largest and Best Equipped
Printing Planl in the Gty
RUFUS H. DARBY PRiMTINQ CO.
905, 907, 909 E STREET
Krerythlaar New and Up-to-data
You'll Enjoy the Flavor
Self -Raising ZS&ftZl' .. ".tSctfy
, , Pure product, milled from
DtiCKWheiiL. choicest mountaln-srown
i3TAt your arocer's. No consumers supplied.
B. B. EABNSHAW BRO..
Whnlrsale Grocerr. llth and M sts. B. B.
ART SCHOOL Instruction la China Paint
ing; reasonable terms. 1M1 L at. N. W.
ELOCUTION AND 8INQINQ
Mondays at Fredericksburg- (Vs.) Collect,
Tuesdays to Saturdays, at the atudlo of
Mlla. EMILY FKECII BARNES,
ltl Utb st. N. E. Phone Lincoln 1731
; CORNS -BUNIONS 8
fiat foot, and ev
ery other foot
trouble Is exactly
by our auperlor
ou neglect your
feet you neglect
jour system, your
neres, and your
good nature. Do
not delay. Con
sult us now.
1214FSLN.W. Chiropodists g
For Boys and Girls
Sorosis Shoe Co.,
121J ' St .J. ..
Wines and Distillates
Have national fame for quality.
Family Quality House
rtnn ttU Ci- l him M TH.
5U " Nn nranrh Hous
jf The Store That
CloDailvt6P.M. CREDIT Sitrtwrt9r.M.-
Vhen you give Furniture for Xmas you give something that
will afford pleasure for a lifetime. You can buy. here NOW and
start paying next year.'' "
WJWJpJbk This Fxart $Q .n CrntrU
ii - I II
This Exact $3
Very Pretty Rocker,
like cut, highly pol
ished imperial oak;
saddle seat and panel
The Last of the Granite Coffeeand Tea Pots
No Seconds In Sizes From 2 to 8 1 M
Quarts. To Close Out At M. 4C
Theso Coffee and Tea Pots were bought direct from the Unrest
manufacturer of granite kitchen ware In the country. Every one
of tho twenty-three hundred is perfect-no seconds In tho lot. The
department stores charge 3Sc to S9c for Coffee and Tea Pots of this
quality. Our price. He.
This 32-Piece Delft-Blue Dinner Set
tPHPmi Jm .TO
THIS SANITARY STEEL COUCH
Our famous underselling special on sale this afternoon
and all day Saturday, at
tf8S"9ka9lawJn MiaiilTT t 7 aaMMsaWaWPJJ?T
Southeast Corner Seventh and D Streets N. W.
Saves You Money
Mahogany Finish Music
Cabinet, Without Mirror,
Highly Polished Crotch Mahogany,
finish Music Cabinets, with French
The same Cabinet, with mirror top;
$12 value, for
This 32-pIece Delft
Bluo Dinner Set la
given absolutely free
with any purchase
cash or credit,
amounting to $25 or
more. Superior qual
ity china, beautifully
decorated In Delft
Blue. Useful to house
With heavy half-inch Tires and
Fabricoid Leather Upholstery.
An unusual bargain in an
Unusually Fine Go-Cart, steel
frame, aluminum steel wheels,
heavy half-inch tires and gen
uine fabricoid leather upholstery.
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