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THE WASHINGTON TDEE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER'S, 1912.
IttASONS WILL HOLD
OF DEAD MEMBERS
Continental Lodge to Con-
duct Meeting at Temple
he stated communion of ths' Wash
lngton, Centennial Lodge. No. 14, P. A.
A. M., wilt be hld tonight at the Ma
sonic Temple, .at which tributes will
be, ,pld the memory of the eleven
members of the lodge who have died
within the past yea. These tributes,
with two quartets and two solos, will
complete the program.
,The tribute" to the memory of War
ren ! Hinds will be read by James
& McCarthy: to Jacob Spleldt. by
narvr . iiney; 10 jsuery uuru, dv
Oeorge B. Croswell; to Harry W.
Templar, by Jason Waterman; to
William D. Holtzclaw, by Lyman B.
Ilurtlner to' Henry' W. Mulllnoaux, by
Joseph T, rarks; to Charles W. Wor
rell, by David II. Perry; to William
H, Smith,. by J.OJenry Small; to Kirk
I. Mlteh&U. by llalph U Hall; to Ed
wlH It. Ford, by Percy V. Keitlng; to
Thomas J. Shannon,, by John B. Ward.
The communion will be presided
oyer- by Worshipful Master Wallaco
Htreater. The quartet, composed of
Jtlchard P. Backing. Arthur Simpson,
James B. Hicks, and Qeorgo P. "D.
Howllnsa,. will jrlve two selections,
IHr'John 8talnerrs "I Am Alpha and
Omega" nnd Ambrose's "One Sweetly
Solemn Thought." James a Hicks,'
baritone' will sing Do Koven's 'Tie-
cessional." and Illchard P. Backing,
tenor, will slntc the Nlnety-nrat
Psalm to McDermld's music. A brief
address and the benediction by the
Rev. j, compton Ball will end the
King and Queen Jolted '
In Automobile Crash
HOME. Oct. 3. The chauffeur of the
automobile which', with the King and
Queen "aboard, en route from Pisa to
San Rossore' yesterday, collided with a
trolley car, was suffering today from
nervous collapse. Their majesties re
ceived only a hard Jolt.
On. the Score Board.
Manager Berger, of the Columbia
Theater, has In contemplation several
features that will add greatly to the
enjoyment of his patrons throughout
the championship series of games be
tween the New York Giants and the
Boston Hed Soz, which begin next Tues.
dAv afternoon. '
The Rodler electric scoreboard will be
made use of, and a direct wire will
connect the stage with the ball park,
where the game Is In nrogress.
The entire house has been reserved
and reservations 'may now be made
for any of the games.
PLEAD FOB BETTER
Declared "No Race Suicide"
There, and Building Is
"There Is no race suicide In' ret
worth," said .W. N. Cromwell, president
of the Pet worth Cltlsens' Association,
arguing before the Board' of Education
at Its meeting yesterday afternoon for
better school facilities In Petworth.
'Tetworth." said I. C. Bills, chairman
of the school committee of the associa
tion, "Is unique in having no vulgarly
rich residents, and no paupers. All have
Incomes enough to support life decently,
though by" no means extravagantly."
President Cromwell told the board
members that because the number of
children born In Petworth Is large, each
year prospects are that the Petworth
School win' be crowded for years to
come unless an eight-room building Is
, The committee urged that the desired
new building be located on the play
ground adjoining the present building.
.No -action was taken on the subject.
B. 8. Bymonds. representing the Rhode
Island Avenue Cltlsens' Association, ap
peared berore the board urging-the pur
chase of a ,slte for a newl building In
II. H. .Horner, one of the colored mem
bers, of the, board, objected .because As
sistant Superintendent Bruce recom
mended' through Superintendent David
son' the demotion of, AV., IL Davis from
prlnclpai;of tho' Phelps Business Night
School to . teacher.
"On the vote the report was adopted.
The two - new members i of the board
named yesterday, by . the District Su
preme Court, Mrs. Edtth'.Klngman Kern
and Dr. Charles H. Marshall, a colored
physician, were not present at tho meet
ing not having been notified by the
court as yet of their selection.
Not In His Natural
State Unless Drunk
After a man has said "have another"
consistently, and as a consequence has
remained under the lnfluece of gin and
whisky "highballs" for a perior of
three" years or more he Is not In his na
tural .state unless drunk, according to
an opinion given by Judge Pugh In the
District branch 'of Police Court yester
day. Drunkeness becomes a natural
condition, a normal state, after It has
been pnyslcal and mental status for
such a lengthy period.
Thomas Barton, colored, was ar
raigned on the charge of habitual
drunkeness on the complaint of Police
man Hagen, of the Ninth precinct.
TO STAY UNCHANGED
Believed Present Cost Will
With the coming of October the price
of milk and, hutter,as-advanced to fig
ures that wiltdoubtless hbld'durlrig the
winter. Butter has" taken a much more
vigorous ascension than the product
from .which It, Is, made, the figure .hav
ing gone from 35 cents to ,40 cents.
Sweet milk 'Is selling at B cents' a pint
and (cents a quart at dealers1 where
the previous, prices have been 1. cents a
pint and 8, cents a, quart
The return of large numbers of Wash
Ingtonlans from' summer resorts for the
cpenlng of school, together with the
overabundance of dry cdws at this sea
son, is the reason assigned bythe deal
ers for the advanCA. A nrnnifnaiit rint-
'erjWho Jiaa' beenrin'Jthe,byislncss moro
man twentyyears declared today he
had neer before-'xeen milk. as, scarce as
It Is now, ' .
There Is little probability that milk
will take another advanco during' the
winter, It Is stated, because there will
be more fresh cows from now on. Tho
fact that milk remained at cents a
quart .all last, winter is ottered as, fur
ther grounds for this opinion. The lat
ter part of September and the first
week in. October are said to, be, the times
of greatest' scarcity ln.'the milk market.
Butter Is liable to several fluctuations.
Cream and buttermilk remain at the
same price they have held all .summer,
tho former at 1 cents a pint, the. latter,
at 7 cents a quart, if Is not likely' that
these prices will be changed, dealers
say. The' advanco In milk and butter
Is said to be effective In all the large
cities of the East.
LEWIS OPENS TOUR-
Is Aided by Fellow-Solon in
Campaign in. Rock- '
ville District. '
nOCKVILLB. Md:. Oct. 1-Itepre-sentatlve
David J. Lewis, who, is seek
ing re-election to Congress 'from, this
district, and Representative' A.; P.
Lever of South Carolina, began a
sneechmaktng tour of Montgomery
county this morning. THey .started' out
In an automobile; and will cove;, 'all
the upper part of the county before
Saturday night, speaking at several
places each day, ,
' At 10 o'clock, this morning the Con
gressmen spoke -at Qermantown, and
an hour, later addressed a good le
crowd at Boyds. During. the .day they
also uipoke at Barneavtlle and Damas
cus. This evening they will address a
meeting at Cedar Grove.
Representative Lewis la confident of
re-election, declaring his majority this
time will be much larger than that the
district gave him two years ago. when
he defeated Bralnard II. Warner, Jr.,
by a majority of 700 votes.
Charles M. Hyatt died yesterday at
the home .of James M. Barnesley, near
Olney, aged fifty-seven years. He had
been In poor health for a number of
years, his death being due to an affec
tion of the stomach, Heywas a son .of
the lato . Lloyd Hyatt, of Frederick
county, and was unmarried. The body
has been sent to Frederick county for
burial. T ,
John Frederick Hall, of Washington,
and Mlaa Badlo E. ThomDson. of Qer-
manfown, this county, were married
here yesterday afternoon . by the , Rev.
Samuel R. 'White, a retired Baptist
I minister, ths. hnm. nt thm mlnlat htnt?
the scene of the ceremony;
Justice Arthur M. Maca. ln'(h nnllrn
court here, yesterday decided! that" re
pair work on railroad tracks Is neces
sary work, and Its 'performance on Bun
day is, therefore, not In violation of
IttW, m -
The declftlon was rnAmrA In tti rmmtk
against William II. Coleman, foreman
' section gang, or the 'Baltimore and
Ohio railroad; who. .with' thirteen of his
men, was arrested by Sheriff Howard
and several deputies last Sunday as
they, were engaged In work on the
tracks near Cloppers. The same dy
foreman ,ionn 1a hums ana six men
were arrested at lf&lntn.
. As, all the cases were similar In char
acter, u was agreed "to, try only the
Coleman case, .the others to stand or
fall on the decision In that case.
It was claimed by railroad officials
that tho work In which the men were
engaged was necessary as a protection
to the traveling public, and that they
were working under an order sent out
by the proper official in Baltimore.
Justice. Mace promptly acquitted Cole-
A Simple Remedy Beautifies
and Darkens the Hair,
"What a pity It Is to see to see so
many people with thin, wispy hair, fad
ed or streaked with gray, and .realise
that most of these people might have
soft, glossy, abundant hair of beautiful
color and luster If thoy would but use
the proper treatment. There Is no ne
cessity for gray hair under sixty-five,
years of , age, and there la no excuse for
anyone, young or old. having thin,
straggling hair, either full of dandruff
or heavy and rank smelling with ex
The Fat That
Ii Located in
The Munsey Building
Conveys the same impression as the fact that you sail for
Europe on the Lu'sitania or put up at the Waldorf or Ritz when
you are in New York. If instantly classes you.
Again the name causes no confusion. You have an
'office in the Munsey Building no one will need to ask you
where the Munsey Building is and puzzle whether that is the
building on G street or that other banking or trust sounding
building which it always suggests on F street or on New York
.The offices are splendid. They are comfortable, attractive,
light and airy.- They are kept clean. The new elevator service
just installed has no peer in Washington. The building is well
ventilated, and at night it's well lighted. It's warm in winter,
and yet not too warm, and it's the coolest office structure, in
the entire city during the stimmer.
For almost every sort of business purpose the Munsey
Building is remarkable for its central location.
You'll find your office in the Munsey Building in every
way solidly satisfactory. .
H. H. FULLER REALTY CO.
913 Munsey Building
BEAUTIFUL HAIR W.OMAN'S CHARM,
NO NECESSITY FOR GRAY HAIR
Tou can bring back the natural color
of your hair In a few days and .forever
rid yourself of any dandruff and loose
hairs, and make your hair grow- strong
and beautiful by using Wyeth's Sago
and Sulphur Hair Remedy. For genera
tions common garden Sage has been
used for restating and preserving the
color of the hair; and Sulphur Is rec
ognized bv Scalp Specialists as being
excellent for treatment of hair and
If you, are troubled with dandfuff or
Itching scalp, or if your hair Is taslng
Its color or' coming out, get a fifty-cent
bottle of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
from your druggist, and notice the im
provement In the appearance of your
nair arter a few asys' treatment.
Agent, James O'Donnell.
Heavy Bail Required of
Man Accused by Child
Howes and Simpson, of the First pre
cinct, on complaint of Mrs., M. Bas
com, of 811 I street northwest, that the
, ,inu uuiiironiea nor- six-year-oia
daughter. Edith, was arraigned In the
umtou oim Drnucn or . ine rouco
Court yesterday and held In 11,000 bonds
for' the action of the grand 'Jury;
Tho man pleaded not guilty. He was
sent to jail In default of a bondsmam
' . . n,v umuvuhk 10 nave ins
Left for Dallas.
Tn Arvfstw tfj A IL. af -.
an w.uvg iv dsiciiu mo ,nauonii con
ventlon of BpfcitualliU at DalUi, Tex..
IL vS "."'" ueorn v ivaies, or
the First Bplrtuallst Church of Wash-
i, oa national iruaiee 'J. -u.
Evans, left the city yesterday. They
will extend an Invitation to the.conven.
, m hioo, in una ciy next year.
Our Membership Is
Open to Any Re
This, organizatiSn ?wjl! con
sider an application from ANY
RELIABLE RETAIL GROCER
DESIRING to join with its
present membership in an ef
fort to further reduce the cost
of living to the consumer.
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r3 -WsJssHHIK jwM
t9 mi. a r. (, v i
' Donchester ..
Evening SHIRT :
with a bosom that stifles over the ttrouser; band
instead of bulging out of thetwaistoat 92 to $3
CLUETT, PEABODY &.CO.i Make '
The Consumer knows
Who Did It
Strenuous efforts, are being made in someqilarters to convince
the consumers that-a great effort Has been made' to bring about a
lower cost of living. But the consumer is. not easily hoodwinked
the conditions which existed prior to the inception of this organiza
tion have not been forgotten and are not' likely to be by any of
. . v
als f or mday and Sabirday
Marigold Oleomargarine, 1-lb. prints.. 25c
The .rapidly increasing demand for this article Is con
clusive proof of Its superiority.
New Pack Sweet Wrinkled Peas, ex
cellent quality, per can 12c
This offer will not appear again on account of the
limited quantity we were able to secure to sell at this
price, which Is a real snap.
Quart Jars Cocoa, good quality 25c
This article Is packed' especially for us and Is very
cheap at the prtc e offered. s
Fancy Sugar Cured Hams, per lb. . . .18c
To. those who a ppreclate quality this price will surely
Pure Lard, per lb.
Picnic Shoulders, sweet and juicy,
per lb 13V2C
Fresh Creamery Butter, 1-lb. prints. .34c
Gambrill's Patapsco Flour-re-lb.'
12-lb. sack -. .v.'...-". . .- 38c
A aubstantlal saving may be effected through the use
of this article without sacrificing quality.
Hecker's Flapjack Flour, per package. . 10c
Cool mornings suggest hot cakes for breakfast this
prepared article will make the satisfactory kind.
American Beauty Ceylon Tea '
i Trial. packet . 1 .'." . .'...::.'. .,...- ..10c,
Yz-b packet . .SOc"'
If you desire a real good article at a moderate price?
you can get It here.
Karo Syrup, the kind you pay 10
cents for elsewhere, per can 8c'
Standard No. 3 Cans Tomatoes, 3
cans for -... 25c
Pink Salmon, 1-lb. can. .,, .r.-.w. .-. .10cv
f 1 -i..l:i r --! -j
uoou yueuiiy wjucc i iresn rouieui. r
per lb. 25c
Wb Invito comrarslon' with any 30-cent coffee offered else-'
Banquet Brand Coffee, per pound. . . .30c
This article will please users of coffee who have been'
paying 33 to 4P cents per pound.
Granulated Sugar; per pound. . .v. .5Vc
Good Quality Oleomargarine, per lb . . 20c
Maconochies' Kippered Herring
Small can. .....,.. -,-
Large. can ..;... ...-.-
Onions, good quality, per peck 6c
League of Consumers' Friends
Important Read This for Your Protection
NOTE; Friends and patrons of this organization should read our Hat
of membership carefully each week as changes occur from time to time.
Instances where dealers who are not members of this organization.' hut
have represented themselves as such, have not been Infrequent, 'and we
make this announcement for the protection of our patrons as well as
PATRONIZE THE STORE NEAREST YOU
J. Draysbaw. Jr.. Slxta. and A streets,
D. T. Datson, J1 Seventh street,
J. B. niggle. Seventh and II street.
Thomas Haden. " street.
Luther V. Hall, Twelfth aad II eta.
Prank Mace. Seventh and V streets.
Columbia Tea Coffee Co. 1505 N.
II. H. nobersoa. Fifth and A streets.
1. F. Allnlas . W0 Ja
J, If. Annandale, 1309 II street.
3. Hrans Sob, 810 13th St.
JMI. Goodrich, icighth and V streets.
11 T. Qover. Seventh and O streets,
w'llllam ir. llmbaeh, Oth and O ',
U. K. W. Schmidt., Kllthth aod D sta,
A. a. Schmidt. 41-3 and V sts.
H, J. Whclao. Third ad C streets.
W. J. Cook. Twelfth and Irving sts.
Brooklandi D. V.
B. M. Tabb, Ilynttsvllle, Bid.
O. A. Pendleton, 133d Nlath street,
A. II. rtltt, Sixth and Q streets.
C V. Sparrow, SOU North Capitol at.
W. S. Drown Co, JUM lstta t.
I. n. atone, 244 Ulghteenth at.
W. 8. Drown Co, 1113 14th at,
W. T. Davis, Fifteenth' and P streets,
C Itammllng, 813 Penna. avenue.
F. A. Dodge, Seventh and T streets,
II. IS, Q. Dealer, 3323 SI street.
I V. Lusby, 8th and East Cap. sts.
n. A. Itulllns. Eleventh nnd H streets,
II., C. neherson, Oth and 8. Car, sjve,
G; E.' Iloka'a'nUB, '633 Fonrth street.
Brtnkley Dros 1101 Third street,
Brlakley Bros, 033 Fourth afreet.
F, P. Zusehaltt. Second and N streets.
James It. Tone, 330 Eleventh street.
Roland A Howes, 14th and A sts.
DrUkler Bros, 10S 31 street.
ee Delivery to Every Section of the City
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