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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FBIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
TOAST MEMBERS OF
NOTRE DAME CLASS
Alumnae Hold Reception
and Graduates Are
SET FOR HEARING
Legal Technicalities to Be Avoided This Time in Court
Action Involving Proposal to Consolidate Alex
andria County Towns.
.The alunmao of Notre name Acad
emy, North Capitol and K street
northwett, save a reception and ban
quet In honor of the class of 1812 laat
f.venjn In the school hall. A toaat
in hono of the ltev. E. DeL. McDoti
iHI, notor of St. Aloyslus Church,
was responded to bv Mat caret M.'
Alllster; one for Father Gimnon by
May Austin. "Our Teachej-s" was the
toast given by Bernadette Mack; "Alma
Mater." by Mrs. J. Hartnett. and -The
tlraduates," by Mnrv Pellen.
Among thoae present were the Rev.
J. B. Plttar and the Missss Margaret
McAllister, Josepnlna McDonald. Desi
re Fertnoll, Mary Pellen,' May Austin,
Margaret Becket. Agnes Brosnan,
Mary Connolly. Marv Costello. Holon
Dolwty, Uena Downing, Margaret Duf
fy, Mary Fenncll. Alice Foley, Agnes
nalner. Alice Kelly, Clara Kelly, Mary
Krogmann, Gertruda Lane. Nellie
Lynch. Bernhdetto Mark, Francis Mc
Donald. Marie McDon&nld, Hortonse
MeOowan. Klla MS'ers, Ruth Norrls,
Veronica Qulnn, Margaret Robertson,
Mario Rupp, Kathleen Sullivan, NJailo
.Sullivan. Mary Smith. Anna lobln. May
Toblil. Bessie Shaffer, Alice Sheridan,
Helen L. Cavanaugn. Margaret J3.
Fealy, Margaret F. lune, Helen Mc
Graw. Esther M. Garner. Margaret 13.
fcllnglanJ, and Alary Fuller.
Breaks Record. .
The T'nltPd SMte3 Attorneys offlcs
says that all records for murder cases
were broken In the case of Augustus
Oross, convicted of killing Edward
Lewis. It took only four hoiirs to
comtrt Groi3 of second dogreo murder.
United States Attorney Clarence Jl.
Wilson and Assistant Prosecutor S. Mc
cjomas Hawkeu appeared for the Government.
WASHINGTON TIMES BUJIEAU,
ALEXANDRIA, VA., JUNE 81.
The lgal proceedings which have for
their object the annexation of certain
sections of the territory outlying In
Alexandria and Fairfax counties, to the
city of Alexandria, will be resumed next
Thursday, Juno 27. At that time, be
fore Judge J. B. T. Thornton, In tho
circuit court for the former county, the
formal motion for the annexation will
Tho Judge will then notify Governor
Mann, who will in turn designate some
disinterested Judge to elt on. the case.
The attorneys who represent Alex
andria are Samuel P. Fisher, Samuel
G. Brent, and John M. Johnson. Every
thing has been done to prevent a repe
tition of the former proceedings, sum
marily brought to a close by a legal
technicality. At tho hearing of the
suit, held before Judge B. T, Gordon
in April, the commissioners of the two
counties, asserted that they had not
been properly served with notice of the
suit, and the court sustaining this
point, the case was brought to an abrupt
Notice has been given this time to the
commissioners and there appears to be
little Uklehood of another slip.
The territory desired by the city ex
tends from Hunting creek on the south,
Little River turnpike on the west,
Lloyd's lane on the north and the Po
tomac river on the cast.
The commencement exercises of thu
Episcopal Theological Seminary were
brought to a close this morning, with
the ordination of the newly elected
rectors, who receive their degrees yes
terday. These were Joshua Tlrthall
Carter, of the diocese of West Virginia,
and George Victor Bell, of the dlocuse
The exercises, which extended over
the past two days, have been greatly
saddened this vear bv the death ami
burial of Rev. Richard W. Mlcou, D. D.,
ii proiessor in ins seminary, wno aiort
In Oxford, England.
Tho commissioners of sale In the suit
of C. W. Moore agalnBt T. Alton Mooro
In the corporation court, have filed a
report, showing an offer for the build
ing, located at Duke and Union streets,
Made by tho Emerson Engine Company
A decree confirming the report will
probably be enttred within the next
In the event their offer is accepted,
tho building will be oocuplcd by the en
gine company as an adjunct to their
Funeral services for Mrs. Helen No
lan, who died In Braddock, Alexandria
county, were held from the residence of
her daughted there at 3 o'clock this
afternoon. Rev. C. Kelley Hobbs, of tho
Second Baptist Church, officiated, and
burial was mado In Bethel Cemetery.
While attempting to dispose of twen-ty-sevon
pounds of braSB, apparently
taken from an engine, John Gorham
was arrePted this morning by officers
Roland and Nicholson. Tho man stated
that he had taken them from the refuse
pllo of the Southern railway, and ho
Is being held at police headquarters un
til tha railway Is able to Identify them.
At a meeting of the committee on
light of the city council, the report of
tho clerk and superintendent of gas
was received and read. The report will
be presented to council at its meeting
next Tuesday evening.
$1.35 To Baltimore and Return Satur
days and Sundays via Pennsylvania
Railroad. Tickets good to return until t
a. m. Monaay. All regular trains except
the "Congressional Limited." Advt.
$1.35 Baltimore and Return. Baltimore
& unio, every Saturday and Sunday.
Good to return until 9:00 a. m. train
nonaay. am trains Dotn ways, lnclud
ing the Royal Limited. Advt.
PAUL PECK PLANS
TO SOAR OVER CITY
IN NEW WIONOPLANE
Flight Will Be Made Tomor
row Afternoon If Condi
tions Are Favorable.
Washington will on tomorrow after
noon got her first glimpse of a mono
plano in flight over the city. Paul
Peck expects to soar over the Capital
between 4:15 and 6:30 o'clock In a ma
chine built on his own designs.
Peck, at College Park yesterday aft
ernoon, made ten short flights In Uls
new machine. It flew at a rate of
sixty-five miles an hour, and cut figure
eights with tho ease and steadiness of
a biplane. Considering the fact that
the aviator had never flown in a mono
piano until Monday afternoon when ho
gave his machine Its first try-out,
Peck's flying yesterday was wonderful.
The mach'lne on one flight cllmed 1,000
feet In two minutes.
It has been decided to enter the mono
plane In tho Gordan Bennett cup race,
which will bo held at Chicago in Sep
tember. A specially constructed pair
of speed wings now are being made for
the filer, so that it will be possible to
get elghfv or eighty-five miles an hour
out of it. For this race it will be
equipped with a 75-horso power air
cooled motor. Tho new wings will have
but 13) feet of surfacing, forty feet less
than the wings now Jn use. By making
the wings smaller and increasing the
power of the motor, a greater speed is
"In mv practice flights the monoplane
has acted perfectly." said Peck." I
expect to give Washlngtonlans their
first glimpse at a monoplane flying over
the city. Of course, the flights depends
entirely on atmospherical conditions
and the action of the motor at the
time of the afternoon I expect to fly.
If things are favorable I will fly In from
College Park and then return, circling
over Washington at an altitude of 2,000
CITIZENS IN MEETING
Musical Program Is One of Fca
tures of feathering In
An excellent musical program occu
pied most of the time at the last meet
ing for tha summer of the Connecticut
Avenue Citizens' Association In the
gymnasium of the Army and Navy
Mchool last night.
Prior to tho muslcale a short business
session was held, during which time
President David 8elke, of the associa
tion, gave r brief review of the work
The muolcal program was opened with
a piano solo by Mrs. J. Slater Davidson,
followed by soprano solos by Mrs. Al
fred T. Uage. Violin rln V..' Ml.. T)n-
berta Allen, contralto solos . by Mrs.
Blanche Mulr Dalelpinh vn Ai. h
Fritz Mueller, and a duet by Mrs. Gage
and Mrs. Dalglelsh. Accompaniments
were played by Mrs. Harry Cunningham
and llenrlch Bahr.
Following the program, refreshments
were served and an Informal reception
held. Tho next meeting of tho associa
tion will be on tho second Saturday ot
Bentcmbcr In the Army and Navy
Sues Traction Company.
Alleging that a street car was start
ed before he had a chance to board it,
John Frohllch asks $10,000 damages
in a suit filed against the Capital
Traction Cpmpany In the District Su-
fireme Court for alleged personal in
uries. It Is claimed the accident oc
curred near the Peace Monument on
December 0, last.
Wills Estate to Wife.
The will of Theodore Lewis, dated
ugust 2. 1103. lcives his entire estato
to his ivlfe, Catherine Lowls. and nawuu
her as executor. It was offered for
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Com
muters' service on Saturdays. On Sat
urdays during June, July, Aagust, and
September train 166 will leave Washing
ton lor Baltimore and Intermediate
points at 12:15 p. m. Instead of 12:0a p. m.
Boy Hit by Car Has
Chance for Life.
Marlon Money, fifteen year old, of
030 Twenty-third street northwest, rlfi-,
ing a bicycle near the War Departmeut
this morning, was truck by a street
car and badly hurt.
The boy started across the tracks lr
front of the car, the fender striking the
roar wheel and throwing him the pave
ment. He was picked up by Park Po
liceman Steele, who took him to the
Emergency Hospital. The doctors said
he would recover.
Goes to Prison.
Justice Anderson in Criminal Court,
No. 1, todnv sentenced John Lewis,
colored, convicted of manslaughter, for
aislng the death of L-Jtt White, eol
11 d, by striking 'ilni on the head with
a bottle, to eight years In the peniten
tiary. :.oo to Frederick and Hagerstown
and return. Baltimore & Ohio, from
Union Station at 8:00 a. m., Sunday,
June 23d. Returning same day. Advt
"Money's Worth or Money Back"
D. J. Kaufman
Puts on Sale Today
385 Fine 25 Suits
-With This Quarantee-
There's a $5.00 Bill Here for Any Man
Who purchases one of our Suits at $19.00 if he
can duplicate the same in style, fabric, trimming
and workmanship at the same price anywhere in the
Every suit was especially designed and made for this particular sale. JUST
WHEN YOU WANT YOUR SUMMER SUIT you get a suit at $19 that you
cannot duplicate at $25 and hard to match at $30. Make your comparisonssee
if you can we know you can't you'll realize it, too as soon as you've looked
Every cloth every style every correct model that's in the vogue hundreds
of fine hand-tailored suits, and every garment guaranteed by Money's Worth or
We Believe We're Selling More Straw Hats
than all the other Hat Stores put together because we're selling the best hats made
EVERY HAT A PERFECT HAT at a big saving.
$5.00 and $4.00
Every Hat a Perfect Hat
$3.50 and $3.00
Every Hat a Perfect Hat
$2.50 and $2.00
Every Hat a Perfect Hat
D. J. KAUFMAN
New line of
Dainty, good little cakes, a dozen
Then these other good things from our Home
Bakery 3rd Floor.
Layer cakes lemon, orange, and cocoanut, spe
Layer cakes with choco
late Icing 20c
Blackberry plea IBc
Oold loaf cake 18c
Sponge loaf IBc
Spice pound cake lOo
Jennie Llnd squares,
Open until nine p. m. Saturday
Nut filled cream nuggets
In these four favorite flavors
MILK CHOCOLATES The mere mention of them
makes your mouth water, does it not? Plain Afn
chocolate, or nut filled, a pound ftUl
KANN'S KAPITAL KANDY
deserves the pennant for
the best candy made to
sell at A QC
Take home a box with
you tomorrow and see If
you are not ready to ac
knowledge this candy as
a "Winner." Chocolates
and bonbons, 100 vari
eties. Candy Store Street floor.
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sfffecgKiar it ffgr- mm SsiS WjnB&M
We promise you Saturday the finest line of beautiful
and street dresses
That has ever been placed on sale in Washington
600 of them, regularly $3, $3.50, and $4,
on street floor bargain tables at only . . .
When you see these charming dresses you will be just as en
thusiastic about their beauty as we are, and will 'want not only one,
but two or three, in fact you get two or three for the price of one.
Don't fail to see them Saturday. Thev were made for a large mail
order house, but cancelled on account of late delivery, that is why we secured them to sell for so low a
Select from GINGHAMS, LAWNS, TISSUES, PERCALES, and LINGERIE
and every good color. All faultlessly made and finished. Button front and back
Misses' 14, 16, 18; Women's 34 to 44.
CLOTHS in white
styles. Every size,
See the stylish $1 to $2 wash skirts on special sale
at bargain tables for only
Sashes for the
Summer girl's frocks
The dainty thin frocks are
daintier when finished oft at
the waist line with a sash.
These we offer tomorrow are
S-ln. wide In beautiful brocade
effects and colors of light blue,
pink, and white. Usual 89c yd.
qualities, special, a rnn
Hair-bow Ribbons to
match In 4-ln. width, at, OQn
a yd iOr
GREAT LOT OF RIBBONS
In taffetas, satins, moires, and
some fancy effects; width B-ln.
and In all the Rood shades, as
well as combinations. Good
26c quality. Tomorrow, a IQn
LATEST STYLE BOWS TIE-D
FREE OF CHARGE TO BUY
ERS OF RIRBBONS AT OUR
Ribbon Store street floor.
Special purchase and sale
Newest styles they should
go quickly at these prices.
White Crochet Wash bags,
size 10x14 inches, nicely lined
and finished with ball fringe
and silk cord handle. J1 A(
2.00 value, special at Dxhll
One lot of Wrfsh Bags, stvle
without frame, real 49c OQn
kinds. Special at iu
Another lot of Wash Bags
with or without frames; AQn
98c values, special at ftHL
Extrn! Patent Leather neltK)
1 to 3 Inches wide In black,
white, and colors. The latest
fad and special value, to- OP-
morrow, at JU
Leather Goods Store, Street
Long coat chains
Heads a scries of (Treat valueB
at the Jewelry Store tomorrow,
the result of a most advan
tageous purchase from an over
stocked maker These have
soldered links set with pearls,
amethysts, or blue stones. You
cannot duplicate them under $2
and at JSc should go quickly.
Other Important Ratings.
Genuine (run metal Chnln and
Vanity with mirror and powder
puff complete worth nearly
half more. Special to- d- AA
Sperlnl lot ( .eck Chains
with German sliver chain apd
sterling silver pendants, OP
76c and 98c values JtJC
Jewelry Store, street floor.
A cancelled order of
25c and 50c
Best kinds for summer wear. In
cluded are Round Collars, lace
trimmed. Half sleeves of net...
Swiss Embroidery Collars ..Swiss
Embroidery Stocks. ..Lace Stocks. .
and some Yokes. Many Imported
pieces are In the lot and YOU
HAVE THE CHANCE TO BUY
TH"D 50c KINDS FOR 16c IF YOU
SPECIAL 30c Pleatlngs in Pt
d'Sprlte rfind Shadow lace, OPJ
white only, a yd. tomorrow. ill
RUCHINGS neck length of any
26c kind, of 13i-in. offered Qn
special Saturday a strip for . t 1
Neckwear Store street floor
Prices bolt lower in summer furniture
These three items selected from dozens of equal importance.
$1.00 hammock or
with strong maple frame and canvas back and
seat. Can be adjusted to any position. (r
Saturday's price O v
$5 heavy maple rockers I Complete croquet set
with double woven back and seat
and large arm rests. Very com
fortable for the laxy days. Choice
of varnished or green (PO QK
finishes Saturday at OUiJO
made of best hardwood, nlth eight
mallets, balls, wickets, posts, etc.
Mallets with 6-lnch heads and
35-Inch handles. An extra QC
value Saturday lO
Extra waist values
Persian lawn waists
with pretty pink
or blue sailor
1.25 values re
Fancy lingerie waists
Dutch and high
92.00 values re
Dutch and high
fine laces and
93.00 values re
Sample lingerie waists
Hardly any two
alike. Dutch and
high neck mod
with lace and
$3.50 slurs re
6 cakes for 21c
None sent COD and not more
than 6 cakes to a person choice of
Swift's Pride Brook's Crystal
Household Ammonia, spe
cial, per bottle
Soap Store Third floor
Girls' Norfolk middy
Blouse suits, special $3
Sizes for girls from 12 to IS years
of age. They are all white, very
Jaunty, graceful and girlish
Made with sailor collar, laced up
I a v a invn.kanlr t M -. a 1 a
it, iuim-uo,., LUIlBt uutnci
ure pleated styles. For one a
ecial. the suit for S3 00 I
ren's Dress Store Opposite I
Ls, 3nd floor I