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TOE WASHINGTON TBIES, THURSDAY, OQTOBBE 3, 1912.
Noted Seaman Dead
Distinguished Naval Officer
Expires in New York
After Day's Illness.
Rear Adrnlral'LucIcn Young, known
tha world over si "Luce" Young, died
.yesterday in New York after one day
Illness. He If being mourned In Wash
ington today by hundred of men In all
walk or life,
.Despite his dlitlnotlon of having been
the youngest captain that ever served
In the navy, 'Admiral Young, by his per
sonality, won admirer In every country
which he visited during hi varied
career. He wa a well liked In Yoko
hama, Japan, as he was among hi
fellow-of Actra in Washington.
Admiral Young waa lxty year old,
and wa graduated from the Naval
Academy In 1171. He waa aucceulvely
rear admiral ft 1910. During the Spanish
American war he wa commended by
the Navy. Department for gallantry In
action, and lnce that time hi exploit
u "mi iu iyiiQ o& nss superiors.
Wu On Lear of Abttnce.
At the time of hi death he wa
commandant of the naval station at
Key West, Fla., and commandant of
the seventh and eight', naval dis
trict. On September U last he wa
granted thirty days' lrave of absence,
and, accompanied by hi wife, went
to Havana and remUned there until
i, tty!, aW 0' when he went to
Admiral Young was to havs gone
to his native city, Lexington. TCy.,
today to, visit his relatives.
Yesterday he was stricken with a
ratal Illness deficiency of blood
brought on by a ruptured blood ves
Je.' J JLne mach. His personnl
friend. Dr. Hermanus Baer, of Mt.
Vernon N. ;Y was summoned to the
Waldorf Astoria, and. finding the ad
miral malady of a serious nature,
remained at hi bedside throughout
Cardinal Arrives Too Late.
When It wa seen that the admiral
failed to Improve a message was sent
to Cardinal Farley, a close personal
friend, to rush to the hotel and ad
minister the last rites of the Catholic
church. Tho cardinal was absent
from St Patrick's Cathedral at the
time, and Father Hughes answered
tho call, reaching the dying warrior's
bedside shortly before the end.
The patient was then unconscloi.s.
but hope was not abandoned, and
thJ.efi.rt,l,.ot Vn Physicians to sttm
U'V. '." heart action were kept up
551". '.'i "determined that life
"xtlnet. Cardinal Farley arrived
at the hotel shortly after the an
nouncement wa made that the dis
tinguished officer was dead.
The body was removed to thn
S,PJi,iyn navy yard u,t nl"nt. and
funeral arrangements are being com
L1fte,dJ0,5ajr u probable that Ad
miral Young will be burled in Arling
ton rJ;emetr' wlth '"" military
Throughout his carer in the navy Ad
miral Young was noted for his bravery
2mLlrreal Physical strength. As a
wlmmcr he had few equals, and this
fact was responsible for his appoint
rnent to the Naval Academy In 18C9. He
nad failed, to pass the entrance exami
nation, and the day that fact was made
J."0? t0 him at Annapolis he swsm
the Severn river to Qreensbury Light,
wich was one and three-quarters of a
mile away, and back.
His exploit came to the notice of tho
superintendent of the Academy, who
took him In hand ana soon granted him
an appointment as a middy.
Shortly after his graduation, in 1S7J.
he was assigned to the United States
steamer Alaska, which was to cruise in
European waters. During his novel
Skin Cleared in a Short Time br
Stuart's Calcium Wafers, the
Famous Blood Purifier.
.f'mplee, blotche skin eruptions of
nil kinds, are simply the Impurities in
the blood coming to the surface. M
the external treatment In the woild
von t do a particle of pood unless you
purify tho blood. And there's nothing
so humiliating as a face that's al'
"broken out" and Bpotted,
Stuart's Calcium Wnfcts will clear
the most obstinate complexion, becauso
they go right Into tho bluod and re
move the cause of the trouble. The
blood Is cleansed of all Impurities and
foreign substances and these are quick
ly eliminated from tho system. You'll
notice n wonderful change In a few
days you will hardly know yourself in
And Stuart's Calcium Wafers aro ab
solutely harmless to any one. Thoir
Ingredients are Just what n physician
prescribes In most cases of skin erup
tions nnd poor blood These wafers
are put up In concentrated form, which
.makcu them act quickly and thor
oughly. Begin taking Stuart'r Calcium Waf
era today and then look at yourself in
the mirror In a few days, and find all
thoso awful pimples, blackheads, acne,
bolls, liver spots, rash, ecioma and
that muddy complexion rapidly disap
pearing and your face cleared like tha
petnl of a Doner,
You can eaMly test Stuart's Calcium
Wafers for yourself. You can get the
regular-sized package for Ma in any
ASK YOUR GROCER
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ket. Looks and tastes Ilka
RnrkwhMl buckwheat properly leavened
PUlanural ,trlctly pure.
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SEAR ADMIRAL LUCIEN YOUIfO.
career he figured In many act of hero
ism, and received scores of medals and
trophies. What was perhaps his most
remarkable display of bravery waa his
saving of the lives or a dosen drowning
sailors In the wreck of the United
States ship Huron, which sank oft
Nags Head. N. C Nevember :i, OT7,
durtnr a gale which swept the entire
Atlantic coast. In this wreck eight of
ficers and more than wu men were
lost. The captain perished.
Ho swam to shore several times white
the storm raged, and the last trip he
made he carried the ship's flag, whlcti
he wrapped around his body. For his
conduct on this occasion hs received a
Utter of thanks from the Navy De
partment and a gold medal of the first
clara under an act of Congress. The
State of Kentucky presented him with
a gold sword and made him an hon
orary member of the Legislature or
Kentucky for life.
For gallantry In action during tha
Spanish-American war Admiral Young
was advanced In rank over a number
of other officers and he was Immune
from any action by the "Plucking
Board' of the navy.
It Is said he felt keenly tho action
of navy officials who assigned, htm to
the out-of-the-way and unlmpotrant
post as commandant of the Key West
naval station. He long tor stirring ac
tion nt sea.
RENEW FIGHT' ON.
Excise Board Asked to Con
sider Transfer of
Through the efforts of A. E. Shoe
maker, attorney for tho( Anti-Saloon
League, tha attention of tha excise
board again waa directed today to the
saloon In the Illgg building at the cor
ner of Fifteenth and O streets north
west. At the request of Mr. Shoe
maker a hearing waa called to consider
Don't See- d Cross;
If tongue is coated, sfbrnach sour,
breath feverish, bowels clogged,
give "Syrup of Figs."
Mother! look at the tongue! Bee It It
I coated. If your child la listless,
drooDlns-. Isn't sleeping well. Is restless.
doesn't eat heartily or Is cross, irrit
able, out of sorts with everybody, stom
ach sour, feverish, breath bad: has
stomach-ache, diarrhoea, sore throat,
or Is full of cold. It means the little
nh.'i stomach, liver, and 30 feet of bow
els are filled with poisonous and clogged
up waste ana neea a genue, morougn
cleansing at once.
Give a teaapoonrui or. oyrup 01 is,
and In a few hours the tout decaying.
constipated matter, undigested food and
sour bile will gently move on and out
of Its little bowels without nausea.
griping or weakness, ana you win sure
ly have a well and smiling child short
With Syrup of Fig you are not drug
ging your children, being composed en
tirely of luscious figs, senna, and aro
maUcs. It cannot be harmful, besides
they dearly love Its delicious taste.
Mothers should always keep Syrup of
Figs handy. It Is the only stomach,
liver, and bowel cleanser and regula
tor needed a. Uttle given today will
save a sick child tomorrow.
Full directions for children of all ages
and for grown-ups plainly printed on
Ask your druggist for the full name,
"Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna,"
prepared by the California Fig Syrup
Co. This Is the delicious tasting, genu
ine old reliable. Refuse anything else
HERE'S A SHOE SNAP
For 500 Thrifty Mothers!
500 Pairs High Grade Children's
Fall Boots in a Friday Sale!
Here's the story. Six
months ago a prominent
maker of Young Folk's Shoes
needed extra business so he
accepted an order for Fall De
livery for several thousand
pairs of Strictly High Grade
Misses' and Children's Shoes
at, nearly one-third less than
these same shoes would cost
500 Pairs of These Shoes Go on Sale at Our Three
They are exceedingly well
made and nicely styled boots of
the most dependable quality.
Como In 3 shapely Button
Styles, made of Gun Metal Calf,
Patent Colt and Vlcl Kid with
Are built on special hygienic
lasts, with wide, roomy toes
comfortable and very attractive.
Have strictly solid and flexible
soles the smaller sixes with
spring heels the larger runs
low School Heels.
And these are the Prices:
$1.50 Values, tl .10
Sues 5 tB8,'Pi.i
$1.75 VilHS,it1 OQ
Sizes 8 U 11 .)"
$2.00 Values, tf-i CQ
Sizes Hill 2 $1.0
In Boys' $2.50 Values,
12 snappy styles of well-made
Goodyear welt sewed oak-soled
fully guaranteed Boy's Shoes. ,
Tan, Russia calf, gun metal
calf, and patent colt bluchers
and buttons. In brand new
Sizes 1 to 5H.
Worth 12.50 but fljl QC
GIRLS' STORM BOOTS
Unusually welt constructed
and particularly durable high
cut Button Boots, for school or
dress wear; fully weatherproof.
Gun metal calf or patent colt,
with calf top.
Sizes 854 to 11 $U0
Sires 1W to 2 2.00
Sizes 254 to 5 $2X0
New Tall Boots
at $ Jv
25 brand new styles of Boots
that the smartest younc wom
an may wear with pride the
price does not begin to cover
their delightful fashion and
In tan. Russia calf, gun metal
calf, and patent colt, with whip
cord, cravenette cloth, or dull
kid tops, medium or wide toes
and low or high heels.
18 of the best looking, best fit
ting, best feeling, and best
wearing shoes you ever saw at
the price. A store with a
smaller output than ours could
not sell them under S4 a pair!
Mistly YvunK Mru'a styles.
Tans, gun metals, and patents
In the latest "English" and
OTHER FRIDAY SPECIALS fitil
gaiters to wear
with low shoes
these cool days.
b 1 a o k, brown,
red, lave nder,
blue and other
In f a n t s'
WHITE N U
for School Wear.
teed. Slses, 9 to
Um. 4-.at- - ..
-.-,: . "er " " "nso from the
nf w hn M' BlddI- ecrUry of
... viiuiiuiuan vompany, ' incorpo
rated, to John M. Klrby, manager of
Protest was entered by Mr. Oho-'
maker on the ground that tho Metro
politan Company Is a foreign corpora
tion, having been Incorporated In Wil
mington, Del., and that the name of
tho Incorporators and stockholders are
not',l!?wn,.Th hearing was postponed
by Mr. Riddle, the names cf the tncor
dud0r toekhoMerg will bo pro-
Opposition on tha part of thn Antl.
i.do to Harper Ferry and Martini,
burg) S1.3S Berkeley Spring: WOO Cum
berland: and return. Baltimora Ohio
pedal train leave Union Station at 1:10
, m. Sunday, October 6th, (topping at
Bra,nCcn?iA1d0vltn.t, n,h.' MlroPt
Saloon League to the establishment of
a saloon In the Biggs building before
its completion led to the erection-on the
sit of a temporary shack, In which
drink were sold. It was contended that
the transfer of license" from Adolph
Loehl, proprietor of the old Biggs
House bar, to the Metropolitan Com
pany wag not legal unless tne place wa
In actual operation on November 1, the
beginning of the license year.
The argument that the board wo
without authority to grant a transfer
of license before the erection of the
present building will be presented by
Mr. Shoemaker at the hearing on, Saturday.
It.aj Baltimore and Return. Baltimore
A Ohio. Every Saturday and Sunday.
Good to return until (:oo A. M., train
Monday. All trains both way, Including
the Hoyal Limited. Advt '
Expect Many at Retreat
Of Holy Name Society
Many men and boy are expected to
attend the retreat which open tonight
at Holy Comforter Church. Fourteenth
and East Capitol streets, under the di
rection of the Rev. Charles Warren Cur
rier. Father Currier will preach each
evening at 8 o'clock until next Sunday,
Monslgnor Bonsano, the apostollo dele
gate, will preside at The closing exer
cise Sunday night, when a publlo recep
tion of new member Into the Holy
Name Society will conclude the service.
$31.00 to Chicago and Return, Baltimore
and Ohio R, R., October 1 to 7, valid for
return until October 15. Four through
trains of modern equipment leaving
Washington morning, noon, evening,
and night Ask agents for particulars.
Jews Will Close
At sundown tonla-ht h Jawlah'
thanksgiving feast of "Succoth" cornea
to an end In the reformed churches,
while the orthodox observance close
tomorrow night The ceremonies con-
Rabbi Abram Simon held services 'In
tne Eighth Street Temple last night
nis suujcci rang "in flowing CUD."
One ot the final service waa held tha
$11.00 to NUfara Fall and Return,
Oct 4th. Baltimore Ohio rout. Spe
cial train of modern coaches and parlor
car leave Union Station 7:4 a. m. Low
rate aide trip from Fall to attractive
resorts, liberal stopovers, returning with
in It-day limit. Last excursion this
season. Advt 1
New tylei for November. Ask for free fashion
sheets showing Ladies' Home Journal and
Pictorial Review Patterns
Really fetching are the new style 'portrayed In these fashion books
-FREE TOR THE A8KINO.
Pattern B'ores Street Floor.
J P THE SUSY CORNER
Regular 25c values .
A mesh veil hold stray lock In
place and Improves a woman's ap
pearance twofold. Look over these
Mesh Veilings offered at ttc a yard,
Choice of blaelcvbrown, and navy.
In different style meshes. The price
a yard, only 15c.
Veiling Store Street Floor.
900 faI1 and
The long coat, opportunity of the season!
coats for women $10.95
Values range $15 to $20
Varieties of styles, but few duplicates. Every coat is
a faithful copy of the latest word in fashions.
Picked these coats up from a maker who was anxious
to dispose of surplus lots from many lines.
Choice of the new and pipular "Johnnie" Coats, Silk
lined Coats, and heavy plaid back materials. Full length
coats of plaid back and mannish tweeds, kerseys, and
broadcloths in every good color.
Sizes for all. Figure the saving see the coats and
you will be a buyer.
Coat and Dress Store 2nd Floor.
Yesterday and today an
unprecedented sale of
Ha reduced the several lots very
noticeably, and we have combined
many of them, cutting the prices
still lower, therefore FRIDAY'S
OFFER1NO WILL RE MORE 'IN
TERESTING THAN EVER, with
W savings that will bo Irresistible, and
which should clean out the whole
rjJjfjjABLE SHOE H6iIZ&3
233 Pa. Ave. 5.E.
10c and lio Remnants,
lot In a da
20c, 2Cc and 30c Remnants,
3Sc, 40c and COc Remnants,
Mc. 65c and 75c Velvets, paon and
plain, In black and a good en.
range of colors, a yard lul
Dargaln Tables Street Floor.
LOOK at the prices on these ,
Curtains & curtain materials
35c FINE DIMITY SCRIM si Floral designs, high
class colorings, not more than 10 yard to a
customer. Good variety for selection, a yard,
300 AGENTS' CURTAIN CORNERS SOo to 1.00 value
(single curtain). Full bottom half of Cluny,
Battenberg, Scrim, and other curtains, about 1
to 1U yards long, each
ODD STRIPS FULL LBNGT1I CURTAINS Worth, If
, In pairs. $5 a pair. Accumulations from our stock,
and Include about 200 odd strips of Irish point,
Rattenberg, Cluny, Nettings, etc Each
1.23 CURTAINS SOO pairs, of Nottingham, all per
fect, 1 yards long, 45 Inches wide, have overlocked
ut... Fiat RufIbb hfinri In dainty deslarns In ntnk.
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ncu WllU UlttlU CU&C. HUl II1UIB
Lace Curtain Store 3rd floor.
blue, yellow; finished with braid
tnan pairs 10
7lc yard" JuV f
Heavy grade, and will mike
warm undergarments for men,
women, or children. Choice of
blue or pink checks and stripes.
ALSO FLEEclboWNS, in J
floral and Persian designs and
bright colors; excellent for mak-J
ing dressing sacqucs, lounging
robes, and such. To closeo a
tomorrow, a yd., only. . . .(TC X
Bargain Tables Street Floor. $
To make reesa fer eoatemplatetl
cfcaagrs la oar Toy Store.
Any doll go-cart
On our floor, Friday only
At i the marked prices
This mean you can buy
$T.8 Go-Carts at tSJa
&A8 Go-Carta at 3
g4.40 G-Carta at f39
0.49 Go-Carts at a3
3.48 Go-Carts at 2.75
438 Go-Carta at 2.40
338 Go-Carta at f 1JW
3.40 Go-Carts at S1.35
33 Go-Carta at M38
1X40 Go-Carta at -33
Toy Store Fourth floor.
Will "stick in your memory"
This Friday list of upholstery remnants
At least It should "stick in your memory" until you have work
ed It out by coming after these bargains I tomorrow.
8 enameled bed samples $4,95
7.B0 aad 0.0 Valaea.
All white, all full size, in continuous post or straight post style,
plain or fancy.
Single portieres three lots
tfobelln borders, fringed or with Van Dyke edge. On three tables,
S1.E0 Portieres, 13.00 Portieres, M SO Portieres,
Each 63c. Kaeb !.. Eack 238.
Upholstery remnants choice of three price lots
about 25 In. square,
worth up to
35c. choice, "lAp
TAPE8TRT and Va
lour pieces, about
25 Inches square.
Worth to 75c. Of?
TAPESTRY and Va
lour pieces, about
24x50 Inohes. Value
up to 12.00
10c to 19c remnants choice muslin silkoline
windowphanie, 7c yard
Yard wide white muslin, figured and dot patterns, 12Ho values,
lensths from 1 to 10 yards. ,.,.., ,. ,., .
lOo Silkoline. In floral and oriental designs, suitable for com
forts or draperies. .... ,
12o to 19o Windowphanie in stained glass designs.
Choice, a yard, 7o tomorrow. ..... .
Upholstery Store Srd floor.
Worth while savings on every yard of these
Dress goods remnants
, The savings are REAL, the valuations EXACTLY as .given,
and knowing how low are our regular prices for good quality
goods you enn estimate just how much it is worth in dollars and
cents to you to buy here tomorrow.
$1.25 to $2.00
Silkand wool, and
50c to 89c
Wool dress goods
cloaklngs; some silk
and wool mixtures,
some all wool. Solid
colors of black, navy,
cream, and all the
wanted shades; also
striped, checked, and
mixed effects. 42 to
6t In. Friday, QQn
a yard OUX,
and all wool storm
and French serges,
satin cloths In black
and colors and cream
serges, also checked
stripes, and mixtures.
36 to 50 Inches. QQ
Friday, a yard. Olt.
Lining remnants, a yard, lie
' Sateens, percalines, canvas, wool felt, In black and colors,
worth from 20o to 36c a yard.
Provide a new
1 Wash or silk waist
At a lower price than
i Friday our
brings to you the following
JK TAILORED LINENE WAI8TS,
with Gibson pleat at shoulder and
pocket at bust; all sizes. Reg- CQn
JJ ular SI value. Tomorrow at... UJ7C
W BLACK TAFFETA WAISTS,
W pleated style, long sleeves, fasten
U front. Sites 36, 3S and 40. (PQ AV
j 23.95 values for &&,JJ
SJ CHIFFON WAISTS-25 only-most-
ly one of a kind, practically all
ui colors, lace trimmed, net yokes and
u, cuffs; long or three-quarter Bleeves.
W Were 0.SO. To close flJQ QC
iz at noOtUO
Hz Waist Btore Second Floor.
Fresh, fascinating and winsome
. New velvet Tarn o'Shanters,
trimmed, and only $3.95
They are all TanvO'-Shanters, and yet there Is luch diversity In the
arrangement of trimmings, . and touches and turns given to the brims,
that the variety even In this one line or hats Is marvelous.
AH black velvet "Tam" crowns, with trimmings of plcot edged ribbons,
flowers. Mercury wings, and fancy feathers, and soma with brim facings
of contrasting colors. , '
The last lot of "Tarns" went but in a day almost, so come for these
Fetching Shapes In untrimmed French Felt Hats, In
wanted colors and black, at
Millinery Store Street Floor.
Friday prices on misses' and
Shoea that are all made on CIOOD
FITTING and comfortable lasts,
and made of materials that wilt
give good service,
Patent Coltskln Oun Metal Vlcl
6 to 8 (LIS
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8H to 11..
11H to 2...
Shoe store 2nd floor.
Finer bandings for 29c
PRICE ASKED 18 LESS THAN
HALF IN EVERY INSTANCE
AND ONIFOURTH REGULAR
PRICE IN SOME.
Bandings of silk, silver or crystal:
alBO Fringes. Lengths, H to 1V4
yards and excellent range ot colors.
Remnants price, 29c for Instant
Street Floor Bargain Tables.
At remnant prices to cause
direct from the mill, and none bet
ter: all nretty strlDcd and plaid com
binations; lengths 2 to 10 yds., Q
and to close at, a yd
Percales. In light and dark grounds,
with figures, dots and stripes. In at
tractive colors; usual 10c quality.
Remnant lengths at, ISlO
APRON GINCIHAMS. In blue.
brnwn nnd irreen checks In various
sizes. Useful lengths, at, CVin m
a yd., only UTC ,
Bargain Tables Street Floor, j
Kinds for making children's school (A
dresses or for women to make street n
or evening frocks. Prices are very A
low read how low: 2
SILK AND COTTON FABRICS, 2
In plain effects or with dots and tig- JJJ
urea In self colors; pructtcally all 22
lengths and shades; 19c and 25c a
.yd. values. Remnant price - Olhn A
Choice, a yd 17C,.J
RED SEAL DRESS GINGHAMS-