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TBMVASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAYf JUNE-23r 1912: --
J. Paul Miller on Sidewalk
, When Hit by Machine.
Police at Sea.
NipjE CASES OF BEER-4
TAKEN IN POLICE RAID
Eighth repinct Men Fifld.'Un-
licensed Bars in
' 'Cowtown." '
The police are searching every Bar
ege In the city today for a machine
that ran amuck on Pennsylvania av
enue at dusk last evening, disregarding
other vehicles, pedestrians, and a few
(obstructions like curbing and treeu.
G Paul Miller, a stenographer llv
Jng at 1014 15th street northwest, who
'was runrdowii by the machine, Is still
I in a semi-conscious condition at Emer
igencv Hospital, suffering 'from con
cussion of the brain. Miller was on
lte sidewalk, when ho was run down.
nnd he does not yet know what struck
The car that created all the excite
ment began careering on Pennsyl
vania avenue just west of Ninth
street. It struck a machine drlvun
iby C. "W. Scott, of 715 Thirteenth
fctrcet northweRt, In front of 925
Pennsylvania avenue, and putting on
power continued west at a rapid
pace After crosslne Tenth- street It
turned Into the curb In front of tho
Franklin statue Jumped this obstruc
tion, hit .Miller, hurling him fifteen
.feet, crashed into a tree, and run
ning Into D street continued west at
la still Taster pace.
Machine and driver are unldpntiflnd.
though five bystanders aver that they
eaw the number. Each of the Ave
numbers Is different, and the police
discounted them all. The only krtown
damage to the machine Is the lofes of
a brass .hub cup picked up bv tho
police. A blcvcllst gave chase, but
turned back when tho machine show
ed svmntoms of ttirnlntr nnd rhnslnp
fhlm up -a tree.
A colored man, driving a heavy
touring car, ran the machine Into a
heavy httchlntc post at Seventh and
iD streets southwest, yesterday after-
'noon to avoid running down children
.playing In the street.
' Claud Livingstone, of 707 "Randolph
,ftreet, driving his car out of Irving
etreet Into Fourteenth street, collld
'ed with a machine driven bv pprcv
Gradv, a chauffeur, bound south on
I Fourteenth street. Both machines
JTvero struck bv a car before thev
could he disentailed. No one was
.hurt, and the damage was compara
Men of No". 8 police precinct are' sit"
ting dry mouthed about ihe statlriA
house todVy, casting glances upon an
array of bottles that would do credit
to any well-stocked bar.
Captain Doyle started a. crusade In
cowtown this morning anil raided
rojir unlicensed bars. One of them
was of tho perambulating variety.
Cowtown l te section between Sev
enth and Ninth streets, north of Flor
ida avenue. Several complaints have
been received lately that liquor was
being sold on Sunday.
This morning a squad of men was
sent out, Bbrriei In uniform and some
lb plain lbthB. Theyfeturned. a-
little before 10 o'clook with nine cases
of beer and three Smltnp. two mascu-
i and one feminine, all coioreoanu
"Mary Xi. Bell, also colorefl
charged .wUTij-unnlng and operating
on unirnRrfi bar. and .each was
held In $1,000" bond for appearance In
The Finest and Freshest Flowers
and the most artistic decorations for
.. -.-I....! I.. ntAt 1011 TP
all occasions, iuihuhcu us uuuc, .. .
Legislation Is , Sought
Stamp Out Use of Dan
gerous Processes. ,
A niitlon-wUle offoit to stamp out tho
ue of processes whl'h are known to
.lestilt In extensive industrial poisonings
v to b mae'e by the Amerlcnn Medical
Association woiklnir in conjunction, with
tliu asso 'atlon foi labor legislation.
Thi' conttollhi!; nnd elimination of
cases of Industrial, pplnonlng is a new
movement In the United Slates. It was
not until 1013 that the first steps were
taken to ascertain tho number " of.
deaths annually duo to poison con
tracted In Imlustilo, such ai the lead
nxld-,' paint, and match Industries.
Statistics showed that In ono jcar.thei,e
wei'j moro than 300 death3 In the United'
Flntfs dfrbctlyraUrlbiital to suoh pol-t-nmlfir,
Store tlnjn tho' United Ktatcs Is
ffjllrfnltlA He 'end of JSuropcnn ciun
tiby that ))ave.lcKlfad to tafeguard)
tbc workmnn In dangerous Itrdustrles.
.ThK TJrpTnnieBt 'it cort'nifirce nnd
Labor Is distributing a bulletin shins
Tor Ihe (list 'time tho Engllth transU-
jtlttnaC bt nirthe IndUstr'n) poluohs nntl
polsonlm;-. compiled by the Inltrnntlun.
al Association fur Labor Legislation.
All Wanted the Negative.
"Vou should have been to 'the de
bntlne society Just night," remarked
Ihe Biibdrdlnule to hli neighbor au iiy
inn for the staAon.
"It almost ended In a riot. You k"o
the subject for the next debate is 'Re
solveiJ. can a man run a lawn mowiv
at 4 o'clock lnthe morning nnd still
bi a ChilHtlan,' and everybody wanted
the negnt'va sldo."
How She Pulled Through.
"They say Bill's wife Is goln' to git
"Yes: hut she hnd a narrow capje
"Ro I heared."
"But you did 't hear It all. Old Dr.
Dosonvllxed up a last hope, hlt-or-mlss
pciscrlptlon and told Bill to git 'It 1d
at tho drug store. Wcllfwhen he got
there some felleiB he knew wuz talkin'
Bill Jlncd and clcun forgot 'bout the pci
scrlptlon, Hn.' didn't .git. home tcr two
hdurs. An' while he" wuz 'gone Manda
passed the crlBls nn' begun to mend
but it wu a close call an' politics wuz
th' only thing that saved her." Clove
land Plain Dealer.
"I told you th'at Nibbs Mas'fbollah to
be courting so jnany girls."
"How did It turn out?"
"As ou might "expect. His expenses
were so heavy that he got behind with
his board and had to majry his landlady."
A group of stage people In a favor
ite -local resort of -their profession
vore swapping anecdotes aboufplay-
rcrs. One snld. "I knev an nctot who
lcll off a steamboat a.t night. There
wns great confusion on board The
sdttrchllght was turned round and
lound In on effort to find the man
He came up for the thlid time Just as
tho light struck him, and, from force
of habit, raised hlns,clf and delivered
a ceremonious bow. Then he giabbed
the life-preserver and was hauled to
safety." Newark Stah
"Your prejudlco against Mr. Young
rako Is entirely unreasonable, pa," pro
tested the wilful young heiress
"There's a great deal In that oung
"Yes," .replied her shrewd old
father, "and sometimes I'h afraid It's
a great deal of the stuff 1 smelled on
his'-breath the other day." Catholic
Standard and Tlms.
It was an evening party. A young
man with a tall collar and pale hair
was reciting' a poem. He had ground
out forty-seven stanzas and the end
was not yet.
"What's going on?" whispered the
guest who had just corne In. .
"Rhymer Is letting out his latest
poem," answered tho .pessimistic per
son "What's the subject the motive?"
quelled the lato cpmer.
"I have forgotten the subject," replied
the P. P., "but I suspect tha motive
must be revenge." Ideas.
Getting Even. -
The doctor made me show'hfrn my
tongue and it cost mo $2; but I got
In a poker game last night I made
him show me his hand, and it cost
him $;. Boston. Herald.
Instead of 1 waiting till July, as is tho usual cus
tom, -I have decided to have .a general clearance of all
grades Summer Floor Coverings, Rugs and Mattings.
40-yard Rolls .' $10.00
40-yard Rolls $12.00
40-yard Rolls $14.00
40-yard Rolls $16.00
40-yard Rolls $18.00
Matting Remnants Half Price
Fiber Rugs ...$11.00
William J. Giddings
618 13th Street N. W.
B" Where Your Dollars Count Most"
722-724 7t3i Street N. W.
Wotnen's $3.98 White, Tan,
and pink LInene Coat Suit
25 suits of good-quality Tnlon
Linen, short, seml-fltted. nobhv
Jacket, prl button trimmed,
stylish panel skirt. In P" rTQ
white, tan, and pink.. DAJ7
sets of stout
c o u 1 1 1 : made
in thfe popular
front and side
to 30 sizes.
Suit Department's Wonderful Monday Offerings
Cloth Suits, Worth to 30.OO,
Our finest strgt and whp-cord
sulta In the seuson's handsomest
models, all silk-lined, richly"
trimmed In atrlcUV v
tailor-made; black ' and (tJCT nr
colors :...: ..-. 'vi klt)
Linen Knits, ortb'tn SIO.OO, 3.0II.
Popular Norolk Suits rff "beet
ciaslt Llneng., in white and natur
al colors. Made with dpuble
polnted yoke, front and Back
stitched pleats and '(gQ QQ
patent leather bolt tDOtVU
92.30 Extra and Regular Size Pure
Liuen SklrtM, OSc.
Every thread linen skirts, in
natural colois, new envelope
style with buttons at point of
enelopc; stylish high QQ-
waist models IOL
910.00 Women' Silk CoatM, 94.08.
Of best blaek taffeta' Wlk, new
sml-flitted, frhort lcnjrth. rlchlv
silk, braided,. one-haJf &A QQ
actual value ,.,. vl.IO
. Hich shades of
violet, bl"u"e, tan,'
white and pink;
dress with front
and cuffs of eye
let embroiderv and
fastened down en
tire front -with
larpre clear pearl
Handsomest of All-Over Embroidery!
flounced Princess Slips, Worth
to $3.00, 98c
11 Handsome styles of nainsook slips; some
have 18-inch ruffles of eyelet embroidery with
deep embroidery yoke run through with baby
ribbon; others have 4 rows of flnp lace inserting
and ribbons. White and colors.
Wonderful Selling of $2.00 White'
China Silk Waists, 95c
Splendid quality of good washing china silk
waists; entire yoke of Bilk medallion; lace collar
and lace-trimmed front and sleeves; finely
tucked French-button back, all sizes.
30c nrasalerm, 17c.
edged with lace;
all sizes "I f7
Or finest Batiste,
with entire front
and back yoke of
Greatest Waist Values
50c. White and Colored Waists, 36c. '
Slightly .mussed White Embroidery,
and Tailor-made Waists, -also Colored
j'ercaio ana (.namDray waists, in
pretty stripe and check pat
91.25 All-oier Embroidery and Lace
Handsome Waists of expensive eye
let All-over Embroidery, In Dutch or
high neck styles, some have Cluny
lace bands, also rich silk CQ
beaded Dutch neck waists UI7C
9-1.00 Pepluni Jap Silk Waists, 91.08.
Newest Peplum Waist of splendid
washable Jap silk. In black and white;
Dutch or high neck; entire yoke of
imported medallion, with back and
fronts richly trimmed In Val ! QQ
lace Inserting DX0
16-Button Length Silk Gloves
Worth to $l.SO
Gloves, In black
and white; dou
ble finger tips;
Pink and blue
Wool T e d d j
dog cat, and
25c Gauze Little
lisle hose in
black, tan, and
L-39C-1 lie -
Light and daik
gowns with pret-
or figured pat- I
splend Id for
skirts, d r easts
" if 2C "
Inch wide Table
$2.00 linen Norfolk Waists, 98c
Of Excellent quality white Union Linen, with
white or blue sailor collar and cuffs, double
pleats front and back, 2 hip pockets and patent
leather belts; women's nnd misses' sizes
'Children's White Embroidery and
Ribbon Dresses, Worth to $5.00, $1.98
For girls 6 to 14 years, of softest White
Batiste; one style has entire yoke and front of
body of expensive eyelet embroidery, with
flounced skirt to match. Ribbon belt and sash
gives a nobby finish.
D. J. Kaufman's
Great Sale of
Fine $25 Suits at
Just Hit the
oci-iPkHcixr Wac i-Vtf
.,-wv.cy "- " v
Knsift I lav
We've had this Spring, and we've had some
big ones too!
if j u i .. :,.;., ....
vvc uc&civc tu uc uusy weic giving yuu BBImEfW M4m M y
thp hpst flnthino values in Amerirn all the WUm Wm &
time but here is an exceptional Big Bargain. You won't be able to match these suits anywhere in the
District, even at $25 or $30. Every model is a correct model with all the up-to-the-minute earmarks
of style every fabric every coloring that's good and exclusive. Hundreds of the finest hand-tailored
suits ever produced and the choice is $19.
AVith This Quarantee-
There's a $5.00 Bill Here for Any Man
Who purchases one of our Suits at $ 1,9.00 if he
can duplicate the same in style, fabric, trimming
and workmanship jat the same price anywhere in the
.District. .. ....
Two Other "Pennant Winners" in Clothes of Honest Worth
We win out on the intrinsic merit of our clothing
$18 Honest True Blue Serge Suits I $20 Hand-Tailored M. S. M. Suits
A high-class line of Suits that carry conviction of quality
and worth to every buyer. Hundreds of styles fabrics and
colorings all of the $26 class here at 16.65.
There's a Reason for Our BigStraw Hat Business
Our fellow-merchants don't like our Big Straw Hat Business but we've got the right straw hats and
at the right prices just when" you want the hat and we can't help but sell them they sell themselves
$5 and $4 Straw Hats I $3.50 & $3 Straw Hats I $2.50 & $2 Straw Hats
Search the town over and you'll not find a serge like this
-even at SI 8 or S20. We don't have to argue about them
all we have to do is to show them and the sale is made.
Every Hat a Perfect Hat Every Hat a Perfect Hat
Every Hat a Perfect Hat
The Man's Store 10057 Pa. Ave.
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION
Beginning June 25 and Continuing Every
Day of the Convention v
Leave Washington (Union Station) 9.30 A. M.
Arrive Baltimore (Union Station) 10.30 A. M.
Returning Leaves Baltimore (Union Station) Each Day
45 Minutes After the Convention Adjourns
Regular Express Trains to Baltimore leave Washington 7:00, 7:35,
.tl:.l 9:o9-9L,0j p!5oAand xijoo a. m,
AXnMuA, IMH tfvefc,
818 7th Street N. W.
JUNE 24th to JUNE 29th
On July 1. 1IM-, wr will lie Jimt our jenr old and In celebra
tion of liU rcut mp are koIur lo place on Bale during the week
Tomorrow (Monday) Morning at 9 A. M.
Some of the most exceptional tallies eer ottered In any .tore
Special Sale I3ery Day and Anniversary Values In Every De
partment. WATCH THE UNITED'S WINDOWS
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