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THE WASHINGTON TDIE3, FEIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
IN NINTH STREET
Army of Orozco
Halts Its Retreat
Of Cadet Sentence
President Taft In disapproving the
fttntuncp of dismissal Imposed upon
Cadet William W. Denipsoy, of tho
fourth clash of tho United States Mill
imv Ai-ndcmv. states that he docs not
By Dr. Ralph Martin Samuel
My profession, that of optome
trist, is new enough not to ba
thoroughly understood by every
one. The distinction between the
oculist and the optometrist In
that the former treats diseases
of the eyes and the latter meas
ures the eyes and provides the
proper glasses Since ninety-nine
out of every hundred needing
and wearing glasses have not dis
eased eyes, the optometrist Is be
ing, and win ho, more and more
R. M. SAMUEL.
Offlce In first floor balcony.
GOES TO HIS DEATH
IN ELECTRIC CHAIR
Byrd Jackson Executed for
EL PASO, Tex. June 21. General
Otozco'b Insurrecto army linn halted
Its retreat northward and Indications
are that a battle between rebels and
General Huerta's advanco guard of
l.POO cavalry ninv bo fought before
Altogether Huerta has 7,000 regular
and volunteers In his command
feel that tho cadet "intended to deceive
his superior offlcors In making false
statements." Tho President In his dccl
elon just made public, holds that tho
evidence did not warrant the cadet's
dismissal from West Point.
iBuilding Occupied by S. S.
Shedd & Bro. Co. Bought
by G. E. Stewart.
P-B & Co.,
A. L1SNER Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. G STREET
rmi& M m 9 ill1 W m JP l" B f i fi' I
Activity In Ninth street business realty
vas sustained today by the salo of the
four-story store and ofllce building at j
432 Ninth street northwest to George E. .
Etewart, who paid about $60,000 for It I
Tor an Investment, tiio nuiiaing is oc
cupied by the S. S. Shedt & Bro. Co.
It has- a frontfcgo of 25i4 feet and a depth
of 105 feet, making the square-foot price
about $:o. The sale, was made thiough
the ofIce of Stone & Fairfax.
The price of another piece of business
property recently sold was disclosed to
dny. David M. Gattl, who purchased
thr three-story building at 1226 H street
northwest, paid about $30,000 for It, it is
reported. The property has a frontage
of twenty-six and one-half feet and a
depth of ninety-six feet, making the
pi Ice nbout $12 a square foot. Tho sale
was made by Gardiner & Dent, In con
nection with Belt & o'Brlen,. Inc.
Buys Business Property.
E. B. Johnson has purchased from the
estate of E. Carroll Morgan the old
residence property at 918 E street north
west, and will remodel It for business
purposes. The price was about $12,000,
and the sale was made through the of
fice of Thomas J. Fisher & Co., Inc.
Buys Acreage Tract.
Dr. J. Franklin Jameson, of tho Car
negie Institution, has purchased the
Tingle property of four and a half
acres east of Connecticut avenue, ad
Joining the home of D. S. Carll. Dr.
Jamrson Is to build a summer residence
on the property. The sale was made
through the office of Thomas J. Fisher
& Co., Inc.
To Build Residence.
Another sale reported by Thomas .1.
Fisher & Co. Is that of a seventy-five
foot lot on the south side of Hunting
ton stieet, west of Thirty-ninth street,
Chevy Chase Heights, to Hoy W.
Crampton, who has had plans drawn
for a residence which he will soon erect
on the site.
To Build Banks.
The Seventh Street Savings Bank,
nov being organized by upper Seventh
Btreet business men, Is planning to erect
a bank building for its permanent home
at the northwest corner of Seventh and
N streets northwest. Somerset It.
Waters Is president of the new financial
AichitL't3 Mllbiirn, Foster & Co have
been directed to piepare plana for a
building for another new banking In
utttutlon. the North Coplt.il Savlrgs
:ank, wnleh will be located at TU
North Capitol Ftr.?t. The building is
to be started within a month, lloheit
N. Ilaipor, president of the Dlsti let
N.itlonal Bank, is the organizer of this
Ernest S. Brown has purchased from
31rrv Wardman th new two-story,
nl:-rnoni dwjlllnor at 2917 Sheiman aw-
nu" northwo-u for JJ.fwO. The 3aie was
niad, tlirougn the oftloo of Shannon
Luclis Tho li'jjo is one of tho nl'W
, hiiilrilncr operations of 112 houses in tho
vUjuaro bounded bv Sherman avenue,
Columbia road, and Harvard street.
Recital for Blind.
Thlsevenlng. at 8 o'clock. In the read
ing room for the blind, at the Llbrar
of Congress, a song and recital of music
will be given for the blind. Mrs. War
ner A. Glbbs, hoprano; Joseph Whltten
more, tenor; Miss Helen Doilgo, violin
ist, and George Wilson, accompanist,
will take prt in tho program. Mrs.
William P. Borland, of Kansas Cltj.
Mo., gave a selected reading for the
blind ut the last entertainment for the
blind Tuesday evening.
I i T
12 YEARS DOING MY OWN WORK, FAIR
price, right treatment, lias made a repu
tation which keep mo too busy for blc
1'latet-. Crowns, Brldgei. (5; Fillings, 50c to $1.
DR. VAUGHAN, $?vVa
Positively White Patrons Only.
RICHMOND. Vn.. June 2t.--The first,
man to suffer the death penalty n Vir
ginia In ntty years lor the crime ot
robbery was Byrd Jackson, colored,
wno was execuiea ai uujuicnn ..
State penitentiary this morning.
Jackson was electrocuted at daybreak
for' the robbery and attempted murder
of J. L. Farmer, of Bowling Green, in
Caroline county. .
On a claim that he needed certain
, j, i- . IkJum TT'rii'mpr
to enter his store, and as the merchant,
starten to iook unuer u rain
would-be murdeer struck him back or
tho head with a brick. He then hit the
wounded man with an Iron bar and cut
off his ears, leaving him disfigured for
life. One hundred and twenty dollars
was taken from Farmer's store.
bince his e.'imeuon Jackson freely
coniess-cd his crime.
Clarence Dixon, colored, of Norfolk
county, also died In the chair, following
Jackson. He was convicted of an as
sault In Portsmouth.
Sues for Divorce.
Mrs. Fannie Rupert todny filed suit
In the District Supreme Court for an
absolute divorce from Harry Rupert.
She alleges cruelty, non-support and
misconduct. Mark Stearman Is attor
ney for Mrs. Rupert.
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JiiriHU I ill IB tn I
CORNER 15 AND H STS.
THE Foreign De
partment of this
bank, in addition
to transacting a general
Foreign Exchange busi
ness, isstieB Travelers'
Checks and Letters of
Credit which aro hon
ored throughout the
world and which pro
vide the highest meas
ure of safety and con
venience in obtaining
funds while traveling in
this country and abroad.
artoouUta Are lu
In Illustrating, Car
tooning, and De
signing. Fuplls may cnt-ir
at any time. Day
and - venlng classes
Hpecl.il attention to
beginners. Full in
formation and II
lubtiated Art Book
Wash. School of Art
WILL. H. CHANDLEE.
130 F St. N. V. Phone M. 5S5I.
At All Stores
AT NEXT TO
Chicken, fancy, fresh
Chickens, small, for
Hams, honey brand, all
you want, lb.,
Sliced Ham, lb.,
Breakfast Bacon, sliced,
Spring Lamb Legs, lb.,
. Spring Lamb Hindquar
Shoulder Chops, lb.,
Pure, Lard, lb.,
No. 3 Pails Pure Lard,
No. 5 Pails Pure Lard,
Millrirnnlc Rim's, extra
--- -- 03 i
selected and graded for
weight and size; in seal
ed cartons, each egg
guaranteed fresh, rt J -
nearby eggs, OOr
Farm Produce, Fruits
fresh from the orchards,
Fish from streams and
sea all nature's best
food in clean, cool cases
at very low prices.
Old Dutch Market, Inc
Chain of Stores.
The Market sf
The Market of
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YOU BUSINESS MEN, you Pro
fessional Men, Men in every walk
of life many of you select your summer
clothes with care.
You are the men the "P-B" store
wants to talk to
Parker-Bridget Clothes have character
and distinction equal to the best custom
The general satisfaction is better be
cause the garments are shown before nou
buy. You don't buy a picture, you see the
garment as it is.
Cool, comfortable summer patterns in tropical
weights. Every correct style, including two-button
sacks, English with the patch pocket effect, semi
English and norfolks.
and "P-B" prices are much less than real
custom tailors must ask'.
$15, $18, $20, $25
every "P-B" garment is sold with the
"P-B" guarantee of absolute satisfaction.
- "P-B" Styles
Give to every wearer
summer comfort and
Just now we feature
"TECK" Oxfords in all
leathers and styles for
$3; $4, $5, $6
TECK English Rub
ber - sole Oxfords,
'T'ECK White Can-
vas Oxfords, with
leather and rubber
soles, upward $3.50.
-B" Straws are
shown in a wide
diversity of styles.
There is a style here to
fit your features.
"P-B" Straws are first
in quality and most
modest in price.
Ramo $2 Straws.
Omar $3 Straws.
Annual sale of Pana
mas, values worth up
to $12.50, specially
Most every Wash
ington mother is talk
ing about the good
values in the "P-B"
AMONG the many good
values for Little Men
will be found the follow
ing for Saturday:
Suits worth $ i .25
up to $8.50 at
Boyn Fancy Mixed Suits,
In broken lots. One or two
suits to a pattern. "P-B"
Khaki, Crash. Linen. White
Duck Special va.1- nC
ues at oc
Blue Serge Suits, $5
These Suits are without an
equal in style and value at
the "P-B" price.
Suits worth $T.50
up to $13.50,
Boys' Suits, broken lots of
Cheviots, Worsteds. Cassl
meres, etc "P-B" better
"P-B" Wash Suits
Every clever style for little
men in wash suits. The-"P-B"
display Is the largest
In Washington choice of se
lection is unlimited
Wash Suits a MQC
"P-B" Special at JJ
Little Men Wear,
The New Shops for Men and Women
The Boys, Girls and the Baby
The Greater Palais Royal was built with the'idea of creating distinct shops under one roof, a new
plan that is meeting with unqualified approval. Just now a special sale of "Onyx" Hose is creating a
stir anH the distinct shops are each attracting a host of delighted visitors.
A little but completely equipped
ehop entrance on G street, two
doors, cast of 11th.
First quality "Onyx" Silk Fin
ished and the foather-wclfcht
Lisle Half Hose. Standard orn
at 35c 0I'
Vlrst quality "Onyx" Puro
Thread Silk Half Hose, in black,
tun, burjrundy. prays, cadet, and
navy blues. Standard at QKn
Kxtra qualitv "Onyx" Silk Half
Hose, with linen heels and fA.
toes. Standaitl at 75c 0J
Vf. JJ.W JM
It's more than a
quarter century since
"Onyx" Hose were In
troduced by the Pal
ais Itoyal to Washing
ton As ever, the
"cream" of any special
offerings S-lll alwayo
be found here.
Kntranco on O Street, one door
east of 11th.
First Quality "Onvx:" all sizes
in black, white, und tan. 1Q
Standard at 25c JLS7C
Firm Quality "Onyx" Silk Boot
Hose, all sl7.es In black, white,
tan, pink, sky, and navy. QK
Standard at 50c Ou,
First Qualitv "Onyx" pure
thread silk; nil sizes In black and
colorB. Standard at TQ
First Quality "Onvx" Silk Hose;
plain lace and embroidery. nr
Standard at Tl.50 VOK,
The Boys' Shop Saturday
--brings $5.00 to $7.00 Cloth Suits at . .jk.lL 75
Tomorrow's Week-end Sale will include "broken lots" of superior
summer weight all-wool Cloth Suits, double breasted and Norfolk styles.
Note that many little lots are to be bunched creating one great lot and
all sizes from 6 to 18 years in one style or another. Be early tomorrow
and secure a prize.
Suits Reduced to Only . $1 -95
A gathering of "broken lots" of wash suits, sailor and Russian; sizes
to 10 years; in white, stripes and fancies. Bunched and made one great
lot. Values to S3.00, at $1.95.
$3.00 Straw Hats Reduced to S2.45
$2.50 Straw Hats Reduced to Si. 95
$2.00 Straw Hats ReduceB to $1.45
$1.50 Straw Hats Reduced to $1.15
"1.00 Straw Hats Reduced to 75c
25c Garments ..1Qr 25c Hosiery .... 1 fj
Three for 50c - Boys', Girls' and Babies' VH
Bovs Summer Balbriggan Shirts and Long Hose in black, tans, and white. Sizes
Drawers, sizes 24 to 34, at 18c per garment, 4 to 10 for girls; sizes 5 to 10 for boys. Socks
or 3 for 50c. fr ne toddlers and baby, sizes 4 to 9. Also
. ti i ci. a ii i o r,rf 10c pair for Silk Garters for the socks.
Boys Union Suits, Balbriggan and r
Perforated "Porps" styles. Age 6 to 15 OCp
"ear3 ' Children's Ribbed Underwear
Boys' "Poros" Knit Shirts and Drawers. f)lZn ""
sizes "1 to 34 Each tO Children's Low Neck Ribbed Vests, all OC
sizes, 13c, ISc and UOK,
Boys' Guaranteed "Poros" Knit and "Unitee ,,.. , . . . ,, , .
Union Suits, ages 6 to 15 Kftp Children Ribbed rants knee and QCg
, yeors OlC ankle lengths, all sizes. 13c to UOK,
Boys' "B V D." Nainsook Coat Shirts and Children's Ribbed Union Suits, high and low
Drawers, like father's, sizes 24 to 34. 3 QCp ne. aees 3 to lo Ofjp and 50P
garments, 1 00 Each OOL years ,tC OVK,
Perfect Post Card Paint
Complete Painting Outfit With Six Post Cards for Coloring
Box, 1 A
:oloring JL J
!ft for any t,lree cloth-bounii
OUC books, among which are Mrs
Bouinwjirin s ana ina. omciuuu o
1 r for St. Elmo, cloth-bound
J OL and beautiful large print.
j for paper-bound novels such
sell for 25c and 50c In the
e)rn for lawn finish Stationery
LiOKy 4S sheets paper and 4S en-
elopes In box.
-j r for 'Lonsdale" Stationery
J JL 4 sheets paper and 24 en
clope in box.
Pn for pretty pictures local
OC views in passe partout frames..
OCp for 10-lnch oval metal
UOs frames and Christy Pieiines.
In mission frames
rn for Dining Room Fruit
UUL Studies, in combination gilt
and mission wood frame.
QQr for L'r? Studies and Land
OcC scapes in gold or mission
oak frames, size 11x3 i Inches
w$8 AvML I
- rf "r lairli" f
In Girls Shop
On Third Floor
Dresses of percale, gingham, madras and linen,
with pipings of contrasting colors. 2 to 6 Cflp
years Worth to $1 00 0t,
Dresses of sheerest India and Victoria lawn,
some have entire skirts of all over embrotder.
others elaborately lace trimmed. 2 to 6 d-l ff
years Worth to $2 25 DX.UVJ
Coats of all wool serge cheviot and novelty
checks, also pique and pongee, white and natural
tan; some have lingerie collars; sizes to 6 fl0 AQ
years. Worth J5. 00
Children's Drawers of good cambric, edged with
tucks and hemstitching 2 to 14 years 1 0Zgp
Worth tn 25c - ''
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V Cnlluren s iTincess oiii iu iwiuwun uuu wnu
lace and embroidery trimmed. 4 to 12 years CA 8
Worth to 75c c,u'" 1
THE PALAIS ROYAL
The Avenue at Ninth.
Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.