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THE WASHINGTON TJMES. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1912.
Inserts Battery Plug With
Reverse Lever in and Is
. Iloaa ; Slaapn, of 1232 Talbert "afreet,
AnacosUa, wajt'badjy, cruahed'arid aua
I talned a broken arm today when one of
t the Ice-cream delivery wson at the
liome Ice Company. Twelfth and U
.atreeta, crushed hlrn'agalnst the wall of
' (the bulldlnr."
'Blsson haa charge, of the machines,
and was charging one of them that was
"dead." He thought the let'em were all
.offhand, Inserted the battery. plug. The
Mrere"Uever,had,'bef;ri ,lef t pp when the
machtno 'Woi" backed In, and aa aoon aa
1tfe;b:tterjeirecelrea aufflctent current,
the; machine rah ."back on''hlm, and
planed him agalnstt.the wall.v (
, '',AinyJMlnor .Accidents.,
'AMons; chaptisr'iof accidents, moat of
Vmi-nofJ,a mlnr' nature,' aVe "listed on
th4polloe blotter) for the. past twenty-
! Ijancts Collin's,, six yearn, old, waa
' knocked down and slightly Injured by
a, wagon of the Qrand'Unldn Tea Gom
" -pny,-ln-ffont-'or'hle home,. on.Qrant
i road'late'yesterd&y afternoon.
VOH. Qore was-truck by an aatomo-
,lle' and 'badly '.bruised last night while
crosslnr the street In front of'the Na-
- VtionsJ Theater. He walked to the
Emergency Hospital for treatment.
Gregory Allen, eleven years old, of
34U n street northwest, had his ankle
broken by an automobile on R street.
J He was treated by Dr. Rady,
Bitten By Dog. .
Charles Toung, twelve years old, was
bitten on the cheek by a dog owned by
Edward McCullough, while at play yes
! terday afternoon in the woodshed In the
,rear of the Toung home, 1315 13merson
Mary Jones, colored, was struck and
slightly Injured by an automobile owned
and driven by E. A. Annie, while cross
ing the street at First and H streets
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
WILL ATTEND VESPERS
Annual Service Will Be Held This
Evening at St. Joseph's
The annual vesper service of the
Knights 6f Columbus will be held to
night at 7:30 o'clock at St. Joseph's
Church, Socbnd and C streets northeast
The Rev. C. O. Rosensteel, chaplain of
Washington Council,) will officiate and
will bo 'assisted by the chaplains of the
Mhrr councils of the District. The nev.
,Wllllam D. Noon, O. P., of the Domini
can, House of utuaiea, will aenver -.
veaper sermon. Musto wlllbe provided
by the Bt. Joseph's Church choir.
Fourth degree members In full re
galia will constitute a guard of honor at
the services. The Knights are expect
ed to assemble at St. Joseph's school
hall at 7.15 o'clock and march in a
body to the exercises. ,
"The committee In charge of, the"ar
rangementa for the'functlon ia.aa i fol
lows: Thomas U Dtgan of .Spalding
Council, chairman; James E. Colllfiower
of Washington Council. Conner Donnel
ly of Keane Council, Thomas B. Nolan
of Carroll Council, and Edward I
Tucker of Potomac Council. '
YM..C. A. Boy Scouts
Start Fall Outings
,A hundred members of. the "E. M. C.
A. Boy Bcout troopa enjoyed the first
outing of the new season of out work
yesterday under the direction of Albert
M. Chcsley, L. Cordon Leech, and Gor
don Law. Btartlng from the T. II. C.
A., the bos went to Pierce's mill, where
they played football and baseball and
put on an Impromptu field meet. In
which Fred imlrle won the broad Jump
and Charles llynon, Ben Carpenter .and
Leslie Myers the honors -In Indian
After a strenuous game of "spy the
tired lads started home, thoroughly glad
that one day In the week Is set apart
for rest. George H. Ashley, the new
Y. M. C A. scoutmaster, Joined the boys
Secular League Meeting.
The first fall meeting of the Wash
ington Secular League Is being held
this afternoon In Pythian Temple, in
Ninth street northwest. Over fifty
members are in attendance. Prof. Hy
land C. Kirk, president of the league,
U1 deliver an addreaa on "The World'a
Saviors and Human Sanation."
FOREIGN COMMERCE t
'TO CAPITAL SOPH
Four Hundred Tourists Will
Be Entertained Here by
Business Men. '
Four hundred delegates to the .fifth
International Congreaa of Chambers of
Commerce who are touring the United
States will arrive; In Washington at the
end of the week and apend two daya
In sightseeing in the National Capital.
The program for "their entertainment
haa been arranged by a apeclal' commit
tee of the Chamber cf Commerce, con
sisting of D. J. Kaufman chairman:
Capt. J. F. Oyster, president, of the
chamber, and'D. J. Callahan, chairman
or tne commmeo on - irmnairor miiou.
The visitors Include delegates from
the Argentine Republic, Austria, Hun
gary, Belgium. Braall. Bolivia, Chile,
COata, Rica China, Denmark, England,
Ireland, Scotland, .Australia, Arabia,
the 'Bahamas,. Bermuda, 'Canada, Ja
maica,1 New Zealand, South Africa.
Trinidad, Rrance, Germany. Qreece,
Italy Japan, "Mexico, the Netherlands,
Norway, Panama, Portugal, Peru, the
Axorea, Roumanla, Russia, Spain,
Sweden, Turkey, i and yeneiuela.
The i visitors arrive Saturday evening
at 6 o'clock. They will bei given a re
ception at the Pan-Aflmerlcan 'union
Monday evening and "trips to Mt. Ver
non and other-places of Interest have
been arranged. TITe party will leave
here Tuesday morning at for Phila
delphia. Ad Club's New Rooms
Open Tomorrow Night
The new 'rooms of the Washing
ton Ad Club, IIS Southern Building, -will
h nnonrd with a smoker and "talk-
feat" tomorrow night Talks on adver
tising matters will be made by exper
ienced advertising men, and reports by
the entertainment, educational, and
banquet committees will be made.
Notices of the meeting have been sent
out by Walker McDonnell, president,
and Francis J. Kaus, secretary.
WINNER OF CLASSIC
Bragg Beats De Palma After
"Speed Duel 'in Which
By HARRY WARD. '
Caleb Bragg, the young Cincinnati
millionaire racing driver, has at last
broken Into select company. Driving
a giant Flat racer yesterday over the
Wauwatosa course at Milwaukee he
won the fourth International Grand
Prize race of the Automobile Club of
America aner a aesperate speed nuei
with Ralph De Palma, who r won the
Vanderbllt Cup, race Wednesday.
The latter crashed ' Into a fence on
the last lap., overturning his car. Both
De palma ana -his, mecnanlclan.WTom
Alley, wero 'Injured. Thar former' suf
fered 'several 'broken Hmba'and In ad
dltlonhls abdomen waa punctured. He
liln .a serious, condition, i,
rurags7s yme ror me. race'ort) miles,
416 feet was'' five ; hours, fifty-nine
minutes and twenfyfflve- seconds, an
average, of sixty-nine'' and three-tenths
miles an hour. ' LVst year Davtd Bruce
Browns who was killed during the week
While practicing for yesterday's race,
averaged seventy-four and four-fifths
miles an hour In the Grand Prise race
"with 1 Palma eliminated Erwln
Bergdoll, of Philadelphia, finished sec
ond In a Benx, while third honors went
to Gil Anderson, driving a Stuta, the
onlr American-made car to remain
through the race. Barney Oldtleld, who
took Bruce-Brpwn's plsce In the race,
finished fourth, while fifth money went
to George Clark, who drove a Mercedes.
Bob Burman got a slice of money aa
he waa within three laps of the finish
when the race waa called off by Starter
J, Fred Wegner.
Caleb Bragg and Bruce-Brown were
great friends, and when the latter waa
kll)ed. Bragg decided not to drive In
the Grand Prlie event. At the last
moment he was persuaded to start,
and his heady, consistent driving re
sulted .In victory for him.
Slow Time Dliappolnti.
The comparatively slow time made In
the four races run at Milwaukee, last
week was a. disappointment. In view of
the fact, that many of the drivers In
practice reeled oft many miles at better
than eighty miles an hour. Before the
races the prediction was freely made
that the winners would break the
world's record of seventy-six miles an
hour, established by Teddy Tetzlaff In
the Santa Monica race, but In none of
the fourraaces did any of the drivers
everage seventy miles an hour.
It Is likely that Savannah will 'again
make a bid for the road racing classics,
and the chances are the governing
bodies, the American1 Automobile Asso
ciation and the Automobile Club of
America, will award them to the
AdoptedUoy Jiangs Self
In Foster Father's Barn
CUMBERLAND, Md., Oct (.-Jacob
Mort, aged ten years and five mbnths,
committed suicide at the home of Lcn
Tipton, near Myersdale, by hanging.
The lad's mother died about six years
ago and he was adopted by the Tlptons,
Mrs. Tipton being his aunt.
His father. John Mort, Uvea on Caa
aelman river. In Garrett county, Md.
Thursday morning the boy was told
,hy Mr. Tipton to get some corn in from
the cornfield, for the hogs and then go
to school. The bov said he did not want
to go to school that day, but wished to
help the women pick beans, which he
was permitted to doc"
After dinner' his foster mother told
him to see after the cows. The lad aald
he would not do it, a remark which
greatlv surprised Mrs. Tipton, for he
had always been obedient. He went
out of the house, the woman thinking
he went to see about the cows. He
failed to return and Mrs. Tipton became
alarmed. A search was made and the
bodv of the boy waa found In the barn
dangling from the end of a rope. Life
BY BALTIMORE ELKS
Body Will Lie 'in State in
Society's Hall for
One Hour. ' '
Match Applied to Boy's
Clothing, Is Charge Made
RICHMOND, Va , Oci. 6. - Junius
Eaten, colored, has been sent to the
grand Jury by Justice Crutclifleld for
setting flru to Floyd, Brooks, a cotpred
youth, who was severely burned about
the face, neck and hands.
Brooks, while employed by Eaton In
a clothes cleaning establishment, spilled
some gasoline on his, hands and cloth
ing. Remarking that If the fluid would
clean clothes It was good to .clear the
skin; ho applied a liberal quantity to
his face, Eaton, witness said, threw a
lighted match at the boy, which struck
lilsSII-soakcd clothes, and he was soon
enveloped In flames.
The witnesses also said Eaton did not
go to the aid of the burning hoy, which
Justice Crutchfleld said was most
brutal, barbarous, and Inhuman,
Old French Romance to
Be Read to the Blind
Prof. George C. Keldel, of the Library
of Congress, will give an English trans
lation of the celebrated romance of the
Middle Ages, "Aucssaln and Nlcolette,"
at the reading rooms of the Library
Tuesday afternoon at 4:45 o'clock for
the benefit of the blind.
Friday night a musical program will
be given. In which George H. Miller,
baritone, will appear, Miss C. E.
Brackett wljj be the accompanist
Desire on the part of the Baltimore
Lodge of Elks to pay a last tribute 'to
the life of James E. Ksrnan, veteran
manager of the Lyceum Theater of this
city, and the first exalted ruler of the
Baltimore Lodge of Elks, has caused a
change In tho arrangements in Balti
more. Instead of being taken at once
from the Camden Station to the' ceme
tery Monday afternoon, the body will
lie In state for one hour In Elks' Halt.
The burial in l?onne Brae Cemetery
will take place at 3.30 o'clock Instead
of 4 o'clock,, as heretofore announced,
and local theaters and' all-theaters! on
the Empire circuit will stop their per
formances between the' hours ,of 3 JO
and 3:S5. o'clock. . Father McCormtck
will officiate at the burial.
The entire corps of attaches of the
Lyceum Theater haa been detained, to
act aa honorary escort at the services.
A large delegation of Elks, Eagles, and
Lyceumi Theater employee will accom
pany the body to Baltimore
Services here will be held "at Idea's
undertaking chapel tomorrow morning
at 9 o'clock, conducted by the Eagles
A requiem high mass will be celebrated
at 10 o'clock at St. Patrick's Church by
tne Rer. Father McNamaro. The body
will be taken to Baltimore on the Balti
more and Ohio train leaving here at
The active pallbearers, reoreinntlnr-
the Eagles, Elks, and Lyceum Theater
employes, will be C. P. Btohlman, John
Kapp, Ed McCauley, Joseph Johnson,
uarun aiaioney, ana jonn A. Hiunger,
J. W. Childress, employed In the Gov
ernment Printing Office, resigned yes.
terday to take charge of the collection
of funds for the Democratic national
headquarters, with offices In the Rlggs
Nadine Face Powder
Kin Crm Ami CW.
Wakes tho Complexion Beautiful
Soft aad Vivc4?
It to Pim,
Monty Back &N
The soft, velvety
'mains until pow
der It washed off.
Purified by a new
j pruccu jricTcnu
ii n hum and return of dlicoloratlont.
The Increasing popularity b wonderful.
White, Fltih, Pihk. Bruiuttt By
toilet (counters or null. Price 50 ctsTrts
fATXONAC'.TtVtXT. CQMMNT. fteta, Tss
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Mas sssa ssssbI sss vK
MONDAY H -BARGAIN DAYHMONDAY
OR the benefit of its many readers. The Washington Times will publish in its Sunday evening edition each week BARGAINS to be found at stores in all sections of the city. Remember these1
bargains are for Monday shoppers. It is the purpose of the merchants advertising on this page to make every bargain a REAL BARGAIN.' Prices in many cases have bpen cut clear below cost,
- as an inducement for your patronage. .
Remember there will .be new bargains every week. Therefore, do not miss this week's bargains and do not fail to look for those next week.
3-Flere Suit to Order,
Many fieaves and fai
ries to pick from. 'We
also do pretnir, clean-
Ins, and alterlnar. .."'
call for ana aeiivcr
4.1 II St. I. W.
On This Button
Cut this ad. out, bring it to our
studio, and wo will give you a
fihotograph of yourself handsome
y mounted on a button, as shown
This offer for Monday only.
133 Pa. Ave. N. W.
Gel. Stiffened Case
Tou are cordially Invited to come
In and Inspect our large stock of
Watches. Jewelry, and optical
manufacturing and repairing.
1904 14th St N. W.
Ktw and Second-Hand Bicycles,
I have some splendid bargains
this week only. BICYCLES RE
PAIItKD at reasonable prlcea I
also buy second-hand bicycles.
MAX SMULOWirZ, H3HStNw.
A WORD TO THE LADIES
It la no use to set a $23 suit for
V2.1 when jou can. get a SO suit
Ladle' Tallur and Designer,
6th floor. KenoU Did., 11th Q Sts.
' 18-ln long, 9-ln. wide French
Plume, with extra heavy 04 CA
Come In and see' our large display
Feathers cleaned, dyed, and curled.
MISS M. C. DALY
Lincoln 1703. . 47 II St. M. W.
EDWIN E. ELLETT
Marbls. Mosaic mm
1104 Ninth St. N. W.
Phone IV. 7328.
Drop head Singer,
Wheeler nnd CO A
SC Klnger. JW; Kx
celslor, Si:; Wilcox
and tilhbs. 116; Ilox
Topa, all makes, S5.
New M.Vhlnes on easy
The Serrlns Machine Man,
Cor. 3dand HSts.N.W.
Telephone Mala 333S.
I sell the beau
at half the price
asked for the same
grade piano by
Bee me and aavs
JOSEPH HAIL CHASE PIANO CO.
1307 G Street N. W.
October 7, will be
At HARVEY'S STUDIO
438 7th St Cor. 7th aad E
Clip out thla coupon, preaent It
at our atudlo and have your baby'a
picture made absolutely free.
of CMditiM I -UU
All kinds of Jewelry renulred and re
modeled into latest designs. Wedding
rinim maae to orner at snort notice
Lowest possible prices.
Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry
804 K Street N. W.
SECOND WATCH SALE
ON THE CLUB PLAN
K0, 1:5.00, nnd 127 SO Gold Stiffen
ed Ladles' and Gentlemen's Watches,
Price "P ZftiJV Members Only
50 Cents Per Week
935 Pa. Ate. N.W.
Washington Furniture Co.
1510-12 Seventh Street N. W.
STORING A SPECIALTT.
Phone North 2270.
Old Furniture Taken in Exchange
For Moving and Packing.
pi J.M-400-AOOWLUU- qQ
All sires. "
' All leathers,
I'erfect fit guaranteed.
4th floor. Washington
Loan A Tnut Bldg.
Look These Prices Over
Cutlcura Soap, cake 10c
Witch Hazel, pint SOe
Malted Milk 43c nnd 85c
Malted Milk, hospital six 93.00
Woodbury's Cream 10c
Grape Juice, pint 20c, quart 40o
Peroxide Hydrogen, 4 oz So
Peroxide Hydrogen, pint 31e
76o Mellln'a Food OOo
Full Line of School Supplies.
Phone Your Orders
Hill's Drug Store
3269 M ST.
We Pay 3
on Your Savings
Start an Account Tomorrow
The Potomac Savings Bank
Wisconsin Ave. and M St
E. P. POWELL
Wishes to announce to his patrons
In rseoriretorfa and vicinity that
Purchased Entire Stock of
John T. Wood
he has removed to his aerr and
larnrer store at
3144 M St. N. W.
This Seree Dress, worth
U 00; sold this week only
Full line of Ladles'
and Infants' Furnishings
3271-73 M St. N. W.
Conona With rr-chasea
WELLER'S NO-FAIL HAIR DYE
Dyes faded, gray, or red hair to any desired shade of brown or
black. The most effective hair dye yet devised. Guaranteed by
WELLER'S DRUG STORES, 3534 M St. N.W.
niCHT BT THE AQUEDOCT
Men's Snltat press
ed lien's Baits dry cleaned
Ladles' Suits sponged nnd
Telephone us, ire call for
and Arljver free. Telephone
1200 and 1331 Wisconsin Are
tWaasnanW f -tTJ)l
l shZ ml
Made To Order For Dens and
D. R. McCauley
Pattern and Model Maker
462 Maine Ave. S.W.
Phone Main 3750.
SPECIAL FOR 3 DAYS
Ladles 1 00 Kid Oloves for tJQn
3 days Iil
Every pair guaranteed.
$1.00 Sweaters, for 3 r7Q
Men's Egyptian ribbed under
wear, correct weight for fill and
Say.y .r.,.n.::.r...:':..?. zvize
"No phone orders.
W. H. BURCH
806-808 H St. N. E.
Washington, D. C.
A Relief for
IIEADACIIU AND NUURALGIA,
3 I'tmnUKS, 5 CTS."
One Powder and repeat In 30
minutes If necessary.
no MonriiiNi:, opium, or
;TYREE & CO.
15th and H Sts. N. E.
AVnshlnKton, D. C.
BArtCJAINS IN FAIJ. SUITS.
23 Suit made to order for $10.30.
Tn createst liarialns In fall suits In
Trousers Made to Order.
Fit and Workmanship Ousrantred.
W. Do Ilepalrlng, Cleaning- and Dyelnr
of ladles' and dent's Suits.
I. SACKS S233-33 M St. N. W.
0. K. Paper Fasteners
A Handy Article
20c per box of 100
$1.85 per 1,000
P.D.Morrison Stationery Co.
Phone SI 1253. '
CIS 14th St. N. XV.
tSTWmtch for the name and number
and Fine Straws
Cleaned nnd Ile
Itlockcd at Reduced
Kates During This
HOOVER, The Batter
820 4 th N. '., Phone Main 8374.
Oysters, Oysters, Oysters 25c Qt.
Get your Norfolk Oysters, Fish and Poultry at the CLEAN
EST MARKET IN THE CITY.
A W TAYI OR EASTERN MARKET
rl TT 1 rl 1 LiVlV phone unc. 3207
Don't sncrldce quality and srood acrrlce both to be had at our store.
I F IIISRY Corner EighUcand L Cap. Sts.
I. I l-JiL I Ph.naIJnc.iaia
25c bottle Naboth Grape Juice. 17Wc
23c bottle Olives, , IBe
Jllason's Quart Jars, dosca SOe
oakea "Star" or "Ollnc" Soap, 23c
Tall can Plait Salmon 10c
2-lb. can Karo S)rup Mo
Fancy Sugar Cured Ham ISc
Fine Granulated Susrar, lb....5Ho
Extra Selected Potatoes, peck. .25c
a cans Campbell's Beaas 25c
3 cans Tomatoes , 25c
"Street Wrinkle" Pens.' can. ,12VjC
Fancy Dlend Coffee, lb , ..25c
New Buckwheat aad Pancake Flour, packs ac
Pure Ice Cream Wfe!?.
a '"""a" " "' """ "" ssaj Ban sssi a
(.Peach .... qt., 30c
WELLER'S DRUG STORE
EIGHTH AND EYE STREETS S. E.