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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1915..
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Iff EMBASSY FOB
GERMANY TO G0S1
jWill Conform fn Architecture
I. .With Other Public -,
Chamber of Commerce Plans
Varied Entertainment for
"Visitors to Capital.
On mllllin dollars wilt bo th ap
proximate coat of the new German era
bass'y which German experts, who are
now In this city, are planning to erect.
The relchitag has already appropriated
1500,000, and It ! understood thla appro
priation will be Increased to the million
mark before the plans are complete.
The special committee sent from Ger
many to Investigate the matter Is com
posed of Berr Kettner, privy councilor
and councilor of the foreign office at
Benin. Prof. Peter Behrens, Imperial
german architect and Herr Saran, coun
cilor of the department of public works
bi xserun. jnese genuemen are now en
gaffed In arranainar thn data whlrh will
fee Included In their formal report to iho
Whllo the Germans will nreserve. in
ao-ne respects, the architecture peculiar
to their country, It is stated by Herr
Kettner that the building- will be In
perfect harmony with the other public
inuiaing-B in me American capital.
KeaJ Addition to City.
"We expect," ald Herr Kettner, "to
erect a atone building- which we hope
to be a real addition to the beautiful
bulldlng-s of thla city. We have 51,000
square feet on our plot on 8 street, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-thlrf
streets, and we will have a building
largo enough to accommodate all de
partments of the embassy, so that It
iwlll not be necessary to mar the archi
tectural beauty of tho structure with
"The building will contain, among
other features, sufficient rooms for the
.chaneeillere. large drawing rooms, a
large ball room, and a handsome study
Tor the ambassador. In addition to other
rooms usual n such a structure."
Embassy Idea Not New.
The Idea of the handsome new em
bassy Is not a new one. The German
government purchased the S street site
'about six years ago at a cost of SU7.O00,
although the value of the property has
greatly advanced since then. For the
!past decade the German government
.has been building large and handsome
embassies In many of the trading na
tions of the world, and It was only this
year that the Washington building was
(reached In the appropriation.
"The German idea of architecture has
changed considerably since the World's
.Fair in 8t, Louis," .said Prof. Dehrens,
"and we now are erecting buildings
which are useful as well as .ornamental.
We are building with a special view to
usefulness, and -while we expect our
embassy here to be very handsome, It
will not be ornate.
"We shall use both wood and stono
In the building, and we shall uo them
as wood and atone should be used. We
nave tne laea in Germany that It la
better to leave them alone than to tin
the wood or paint the stone.
Will Use American Materials.
"We shall send German directors
over for the new building, who will use
Germari Ideas, but we do not expect to
ibrlng our materials from across the
waters. There are materials In Amer
ica highly suitable for our purposes,
and we Expect to use these.
"We cannot tell at present," said
Prof. Dehrens. "Just what the design
will be. The plans have not been drawn
and when they are drawn they will
have to be approved by the foreign of
"Nor can We say with any degree of
accuracy when the work will commence.
We shall lose no more time than Is
necessary, but In a matter of this Im
portance we shall give every detail the
most careful consideration.''
Given Thirty ays For
Assault on Policeman
William "Buck" Alexander, who, ac
cording to court officials, has been con
victed of more than a dozen assaults
on policemen- withdrew his plea of not
rulftv In 1hM TTnlt.rt RtAtAM hranrh nt
the Police Court yesterday, and entered
a pica or guilty to assaulting Policeman
J. H. Boswell.
Judge Auksm, after hearing the testl
tlmony of police to the effect that Alex
ander was a law-abiding citizen when
abstaining from intoxicants, declared
he would be lenient, and sentenced him
to thirty days In fall. Alexander de
clared he got Into the last trouble
through drinking while worrying over
me aeam oi nis wite.
A special train In two sections will
bear the 800 delegates to the Interna
tional Congress of Chambers of Com
merce Into the National Capital to
morrow evening at 6:30 o'clock. It will
be the climax of their tour of all the
laVgo cities In the East, and the plans
perfected at the meeting of the special
committee of 200 from the Chamber of
Commerce at the Chamber last evening
Insures that their visit to this city will
be In every way enjoyable.
A feature of the entertainment plan
ned for the world's business men wilt
be a reception Monday evening at the
Pan-American building, given jointly by
the Chamber of Commerce and John
Barrett, director of. the Pan-American
Union. The occasion will be doubly
auspicious Because u win aiso do tne
formal opening of the new 1100,000 ter
raced garden In the rear of the building,
which will be entirely completed by the
hour set for the reception,
" Automobile Tour Planned.
At last nght'a meeting of the special
committee of 200 every detail of the
entertainment of the delegates was
worked out. They wilt be met at the
'inlon Station upon their arrival and
escorted at once to the Raleigh, Con.
tlnental, or Congress Hall Hotels. The
Raleigh has been designated as the of
ficial headquarters of the delegates
while in this city.
It was believed by the committee that
practloally all the delegates will want
some time In which to visit the em
bassies and legations of their own
countries, and Saturday night has been
left open for this reason.
Sunday morning an automobile tour
will be made, taking In all the points
of Interest In the city.- Sunday after
noon and evening the delegates will be
left to visit the Corcoran Art Gallery,
the Capitol, the Library of Congress and
otners or tne most interesting public
buildings, arrangements havlnr been
made to keen these buildings onen on
Ladles Invited' to Reception.
Monday afternoon at 1:30 the dele
gates, accompanied by a large commit
tee from the Chamber of Commerce,
will take the boat for Mt, Vernon and
be shown 'the home of Washington.
This will be followed by the reception.
These arrangements were unanimous
ly adopted by the committee on reports
of the subcommittee composed of D. J.
Kaufman, D. J. Callahan, 'and Capt
James F. Oyster, Captain Oyster, who
presided at the meeting, outlined the
ans as set forth above, and was fol
owed by John Barrett, who had at
tended the Congress In Boston and told
of the high type of men who com
An oversight In the envelopes con
taining the invitation to the reception
would Indicate that ladles are not In
vited. The committee desires It to be
understood that since many of the
foreign delegates will be accompanied
by their wives, each gentleman Invited
snail, wherever possible, bring his wife
or .some lady member of his household.
Just Government League.
The October meeting of the Montgom
ery county branch of the Just Govern
ment League of Maryland Is held at
the home of Mrs. James Melvln Engle,
at Forest Glen, this afternoon. The
election of officers will be followed by
Samuel A. Cammack To
r i Have Hearing in Police
Court Next Week.
NOTE RAISER GETS
SIX YEARS IN PRISON
Arrested on serious charges preferred
against htm by two girls, both of whom
a .Im.1j4 h ti ntlf,. fltlA nfriM.tL
8f the District Attorney's office to be
nder sixteen years of age, Samuel A.
Cammack. thirty-six years old, well
known In the business community aa a
dealer In hardware and second-hand
furniture and an auctioneer, was -arrested
by the police of, the Sixth pre
cinct last night and liberated only after
his brothers had deposited a t&OOO bond
for his appearance for trial.
Cammack will be given a preliminary
hearing In the United States branch of
the Police Court next Wednesday. -Although
confronted with what the police
declare to be conclusive evidence, Cam
mack denies that he Is guilty of any
wrongdoing and says that he will be
completely exonerated when the case
1 1. oo Harpers Ferry, Charles Tows, Win
chester, and return, Baltimore A Ohio,
Sunday, October 11th. Special train leaves
union mauon s.w a. m.'-Aavi.
Treasury Clerk Confesses Crime
In Federal Court at Bal-
John D. Atkins, one of the Treasury
clerks accused of raising notes under
the very nose of the Secret Servloe of
ficials in the Treasury Department sevj
eral months ago, has been. sentenced to
serve six years In prison by Judge
Rosa. In the United States District
court in Baltimore. Atkins pleaded
Ferry II. Carmen, a fellow employe,
and an alleged co-worker with Atkins
In the note raising operation, entered "a
nlea of not guilty,' when arraigned, and
his trial was postponed. Atkins Is
single. Carmen has a wife and three
small children In Prince Oeorge ceunty,
Both were employed In the office of
the Register of the Treasury, tin a
room Just two doors removed from that
-"ntd by Chief Wllkle of the Secret
Borne of the raised notes were passed
ti.35 Baltimore and Return, Baltimore
A unio. livery oaiuraar anu punutf.
nnnd to return until 1:00 a. m. Train
, Monday. All trains both ways. Includ
ing tne iioyai uhuuo.-aiiti
Panic on Elevated
As Trains Crash
NEW YORK, Oct It Twelve persona
were Injured and ISO others fought with
each other In a panic today, when
Ninth avenue and Sixth avenue elevat
ed rains crashed at the West lMth
stree tstatlon. .
Slippery raits caused by rain are be
lieved to have caused the accident. One
of the Injured will die. '
Wife Gets Divorce
After Two Months
After only two months of .married
life, Gertrude Chalfley was' today grant
ed an absolute divorce from Louis Chal
fley by Justice Barnard In Equity Court
..?"" eoup'e wre marrled.ln February,
1110, and separated In the following
April. Desertion and misconduct were
charged, Mark Stearman was attorney
for the wife.
FOR DANDRUFF, FALLING HAIR OR
ITCHY SCAtf-,-25 CENT "DANDERINE"
Save your hairl Danderine destroys dandruff and stops
, falling hair at once Grows hair, we prove it.
If you care for heavy hair, that glis
tens with beauty and Is radiant with
life; has an Incomparable softness and
I fluffy and lustrous you must use Dan
derine, because nothing else accomplish
es so much for the hair.
Just 'one application of Knowtton's
Danderine will .double the beauty of
yoar hair, besides it Immediately dis
solves every particle of dandruff; you
cannot' have nice, heavy, healthy hair
If you have dandruff. Thla destruotlve
scurf robs the 'hair of its lustre, IU
strength and IU very life, and It not
overcome It produces a feverlshness and
Itching or uie scaip; ma nw wvqkm m
Ish, loosen and die; then the heir fall
If your hair has been neglected and Is
thin, faded, dry, scraggy or too oily,
don't hesitate, but get a 25-cent bottle
of Knowtton's Danderine at any drug
store or toilet counter; apply a little as
directed And ten minutes after you will
say this was the best, Investment you
We sincerely believe, regardless of
everything else advertised that It you
desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair and
lots of lt-nb dandruff no Itching scalp
and no mere falling hair-you must use
Knowtton's Danderine. If eventually
why not, now? A S-cent bottle will
truly amase you.
t.as to Baltimore and Keturn. Satur-
.urdvys and Sundays via Pennsylvania!
railroad. Tickets good returning until I
8:00 a. m. Monday. All regular trains I
except congressional umttea. Aavt
50c a Week
Come in and ex
amine our large
stock or have our
salesman call on
you with samples.
Is.oo to Luray, Va., and Return, Balti
more & Ohio R. 11., Sunday, October
iSth. Special train leaves Union Station
1:15 a. m. Advt.
935 Pa. Ave.
Largest Credit Jewelry
Mouse in the World
rQUAMY' WINS THE GAME!
There's no "Flash in the Pan"
about the phenomenal popularity
The $3.50 Shoe
For Men at . . .
Back of every pair is STERLING
QUALITY the kind of Quality you ex
pect in the best $3.50 Shoes but
That Dollar We Save You Is The
which we cut out by handling
the entire big output of the
"BLACK RAVEN" factories.
In Every Wanted Style and Lea
ther Made by the Goodyear Welt
WM. HAHN & GO'S.
Three Reliable Shoe Houses
Cor. 7th and K
1914-1916 Pa. Ave.
233 Pa. Ave. S. E.
TAFFY FOR YOU!
Saturday, lb. . , . UC
All will enjoy this taffy. Home-made. 'Choice
of many kinds. You can choose from nuts such
as almond, Brasll walnut, filbert: also tuttl fruttl
and sliced cocoanut. Treat yourself to some of
this taffy tomorrow. Big booth on atreet floor
near th street entrance. '
AFTER DINNER CREAM MINTS fresh 1 E
lb. tomorrow XO
CHOCOLATE COVERED AND MAPLE 1 (T
VANILLA CREAMS lb, for IOC
KANN'S KAPITAL KANDT dally gaining; new
friends because of It's uniform goodness fresh
dally 75 kinds of chocolates and bon bons Qf-home-made
and our price always, a lb,.,.. Oul
Candy Rtnre Street floor
We close 9 p.m. Saturday
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8 Sri Pa AVt
TNE SUSY CORNER
Messaline petticoats, $3.95
PARE King's Blue Emerald Green Black Wistaria '
n Beauty Red.
Made with accordion pleated ruffle In Van Dyke effect,
finished with small accordion pleated ruffle.
Women's Wear Store 2d floor.
Six cakes soap 21c
Not more than six cakes to a customer. None
sent C. O. D. Ivory Soap, Swift's Fride Soap,
Lennox Soap, Gold Dust Washing Powder,
Brooke's Crystal Scouring Soap, OHeno Laun
dry Soap. v
Quart bottle of strong Household Am
monia for .....'
Not more than two bottles to a cus tomer.
Soap Btore Third floor.
AT LOWER riUCKS.
5c cakes Fairy Floating Bath
Soap, 4 eakrs Saturday in.
(Limit of 4icakes to a person.)
10c cakes Pure Olive Castile
25c Fratelle Pure- Castile Soap,
1-lb. Bar 15c
to cakes Munyon's Witch Hazel
16c cakes Packer's Tar Boap...lSe
lEc Sanltol Tooth Powder or
lie Pure Peroxide. 1C ounces... ite
76c else Lambert's Llsterlne..'.Me
12c 20-Mule Team Borax, 1 lb..lOe
so cakes Cosmos Buttermilk
Ho Kann's Borated Talcum, 1
lb. . ...loc
26c Earl Brand Violet Talcum,
1 lb 1B
Ho Tooth Brushes, assorted lotlBc
lOo Earl Brand Toilet Paper,
flat or rolls 4 for SBe
Toilet Goods Btore Street floor.
The new style fall waists
Show remarkable chances to save
. A remarkable chance indeed to buy at the start of the season such stylish waists at such low prices,
It is due to Kann's policy of giving the best values for the least money that these opportunities are offered
NEW VOILE WAISTS,
trimmed with open work
embroidery and wide
Val. inserting, long
sleeves, tucked and lace
trimmed, straight or yoke
effects; lace stock. A good
$1.75 value, $1.00.
Silk waists, $2.95 values $3.95
Here Is where we are stronr. Determined to
make this showing of waists at t.ll superior to
any In Washington read of your opportunity:
ALL SILK BLACK TAFFETA WAISTS with side
SILK TAFFETA WAISTS In blue-and-whlte and
black-and-white stripes with wide pleated ruffle.
WASH SILK WAISTS In all white, man tailored,
also stripes In black-and-white and blue t and white
combinations, soft collars and cuffs; all sizes In all
"WAISTS mostly one of
a kind, all colore, lace
trimmed; latest styles;
sizes 34, 36, and 38,
$5.75 to $6.05 values, at
$3.00 imported 24 inch
At $1.00 each
Tomorrow, Saturday, Dollville
throws Its doors wide open with a
display bf over 10,000 undressed
dolls In a price range that should
aatlify every purse prices begin at
'10c and go from that by easy ad
vances to 150. NOW Is tne Ume to
make your .Christmas selecUona
first, because you can select now In
comfort and at your leisure Second,
In buying now you have the com
plete stock to choose from and do
not have to 4ake "any kind." the In
evitable cry of those who wait un
til h last minute. Dolls purchased
now held for future Jf. "
you prefer, pay a sma I P"
which reserves the one you select.
FALL HOUSEFURNISHING SALE SATURDAY
In connection with the sale of seconds of "Royal" enameled ware
from recent New York auction at savings of one-half to three-quarters
11191 Gas Domes,
of best solid bran,
fitted with wide
pantls of rich art
bent alau In amber
and green, with fan
cy open-work brass
between and with
deep tubular fring.
21-Inch (tO AQ
tttM Gas Domes,
of best polished
brass, In handsome
wide colonial panels
of rich art bent
tkii on ton and
desp border of fruits
and nowera in lead
ed deslfn; 50-
M and tLl Crystal Otass Bathroom
Shelves: compl.lt- with heavy brass nickel
plated brackets. Choice ot slits II CQn
Inches and :4 Inches U7C
"SECONDS" e f
20o and So Quality
Table Oilcloth, In
5- wldtbi choice
of fancy and tile
Ills Tea Kettle,
of best solid copper,
heavily nickel plated
and with ebqnlsed
trimmings; t and a
quart slses; will
to Water or Table
Tumblers, of fine
glass. clear and
shapes and An
ounce slse.... fsV
11.M Meat or Food
Choppers, with four
different knives that
will cut all kinds of
food coarse, medi
um, fine and pulver
ised. War- QQn
79c Inverted Oas
best brass burner,
with lava mantle
holder; high - grade
mantle and half
frosted A A
I globe tiU
(1.(1 Sewing or
Heading Lamps, of
first quality solid
brass, heavily nickel
plated, fitted with
central draft burner
and 10-lnch white
p o r c e la I n dome
shade; gives . bril-
29c Water or Util
ity Tails, ot heavy
nised Iron, with
strong bottoms sad
tightly dented; It-
, tt Wash Don
ers, of extra heavy
polished , charooal
tin, with solid cop
per bottoms and riv
eted handles, rein
forced with 2-Inch
copper rim. Choloa
ot slses I -, ()n
and I.... 21.4i
Me Water Sets, of
fine crystal glass.
In handsome colon
la) shape and de
sign, comprising li
gation pitcher and
embossed tin trays.
tic Wash Boards,
of first quality
stock! choice of
brass or glass
boards; family slse;
both war- on.
W.S Tollst Sets, of finest quality Im
ported porcelain In artlstle oriental dec
orations: wash bowl, wash pitcher, tooth
brush tray, chamber and soap
dish. Per set ,
ranted: choice e
Me Sets of Tea
Cups and Saucers,
of finest thin trans
Vainly shape! six
cups and six aau-
ItM Ash Cans, ot
Iron, with reinforced
bottoms and riveted
with cover; large
site; can Is rein
forced at top and
bottom with wide
steel 01 OQ
I band .... DA.i7
Mo Wash Tuba, of
best quality, three
coated galv, Iran,
with strongly rivet
ed handles and rein
forced bottoms; larg
t '. CQse
,Xltchen Sets of beet
quality pare seam
less Imported alumi
num; three Berlin
saucepans, with cov
ers: long handles;
IU. tt and
pints .... $1.0.7
Oo Slop Jars, ot
good grade plain
nice shape and good
slse; complete with
strong ball handle
cover w 00
lie aa Globes, of
best quality, clear
crystal glass, In
dainty cut glass
tto Double Roast
ers or Bakers, of
best quality Russian
Iron; self basting
and self browning:
Mc Oyster Fryers,
of best Russian Iron,
with long handle
and with separate
wire drain basket.
I six XtV
Mo Bath Seats, ef
oak, finely finished
In natural finish or
whit enamel; strong
hangers, nicely cov
ered with CQse
lie Water or Milk
Pitchers, of finely
glased stock, pretty
shapes and dainty
(1 Ct Laundry Sets,
comprising 22 - Inch
best quality galva
nised Iron washtub.
brass washboard, M
feet or wire clothes
line and 100 hard
run site, nicxei-
ll.JJ Ironing Ta
bles, of beat quality
clear selected lum
ber, comprising VA
foot Ironing board
good width on well
made folding IJfkn
490 Garbage Cans,
ef flrst-q u a 1 1 1 y,
three coated galv.
Iron.-- with strong
rHeted handles, and
complete with cov
Large picture hats
of velvet $10.50
Trimmed with ostrich "lobster" bands
The hat Is made with a broad brim, and a large soft ''puffed crown
of the velvet. The "lobster" band Is a rolling band of ostrich feathers
that curls around the hat, not meeting in the back, but each end finish
ing off In a full curled tip effect The general shape reminds one
slightly of the curve formed by a lobster's two claws, but the combination
of trie velvet and softly curving and curling band Is very graceful and
picturesque. The colors are king's blue, brown, and black.
Bee also our many smart models In trimmed velvet hats at the
same price, 110 60.
UNTIUMMED BLACK VBUVBT HATtt-MVestlgallOn Will
you mat tnese are tne Desi in me city at tne price. The
greatest assortment of shapes, the best quality materials In
a hat that you will find selling at
Millinery Btore Becond Floor.
Fall high shoes
Capital Kolwal Mcge Gri
$3.00, $3.50 $4.00
PocsJsettai Beach Made
Mil prove to
Maker's samples of 25c to 50c
Neckwear at 14c
Of course you requlro neckwear right now.
pood chance to buy Saturday. We picked up this
sample line of fall neckflxings and tomorrow they
are yours at 14c for choice. Included are Tailored
Stocks, Robespierre Stocks, Robespierre Collars,
Mull and Lace Trimmed Rabats, Net and, Lace
Trimmed Stocks combined with silk or velvet, Net
Fichus. Any Saturday at 14c Street Floor Bar
EVERY WOMAN IN WA8H1NO
TON will find a shoe In the above
assortment TO FIT HER.
We guarantee every pair
In the I4.M and IS 00 lots we have
the fashionable ENGLISH and EJf
TRA HIGH CUT lace and blucher
REMEMBER TANS here In every
shade of autumn yellow from the
golden maple leaf tint to the dark
russet' of other changing foliage.
BLACK LEATHERS here In
plenty also If you prefer them.
Shoe Btore Becond Floor.
Cute little coats for sturdy little folks
Tou cannot picture to SJourself, when you look at these coats, any
thing hut hearty, healthy, rosy-faced youngsters, because they are so
evidently suck comfortable. Serviceable lttUe garments the children MUST
be happy In them.
ZIDELINE COATS, double breasted style. In blue and brown, fin
ished with turn-down collar, turn-back cuffs, brass buttons and pock
ets. BROWN AND BLUE CORDUROY COATS, made with turn-down col
lar, plain finished sleeves, 'side fastening, large bone buttons.
Both coats In slses from 1 to I years. Choice, I3.SS.
(Other style coats up to tllOO.)
CHILDREN'S LITTLE SAILOR SHAPED HATS, some In scratch
felts, and some plain felt. In many varieties of the sailor, some being
just the little round, rolled brim hats. Colors In the lot are white, blue.
gray. Drown, ana rea soma nva umo uuu ui vcivoi, mtwm sragm
velvet or grosgraln ribbon, and aome with little pleatlngs I III
ot velour or velvet. Choice.
One style, regulation sailor shape, soft scratch felt. In
brown, blue, and red. Choice
(Other styles of hats up to 115.00.)
Children's Wear Btore Second Floor.
Women's or children's, gloves
New styles for fall. at
WOMEN'S 2-clasp French Lamb
skin Oloves, with 1 ,row of embroid
erystitched backs;' in white, black,
tan, and the latest shades ot Browns
WOMEN'S 1-clasp Pique sewn
French dloce Oloves, In white tan,
.brown, and the new shades of gray,
'also In black with white stitching
and white with black stitching.
WOMEN'S 1-clasp Cape Walking
Uioves, prlxJ eesm and stltcned backs,
In black, white, tans, and taupe
WOMEN'S 1-button Washable
Chamois Oloves, In white and nat
ural colors; Paris point stitched
CHILDREN'S AND HISSES'
MISSES' 2-clasp French Olace Kid
Oloves, 1 row embroidery-stitched
backs. In tans. .
MiaaEB' 1-clasp i'lque.sewn French
Olace Kid Oloves, In white and tans.
CHILDREN'S Cape Tan Walking
Oloves, Id -tans; 1 clasp, prlx seam,
CHILDREN'S WALKING Oloves,
In English tans, pique sewn, 1-clasp.
CHILDREN'S Mocha Walking
Oloves, In gray: 1 clasp, pique-sewn.
Olove Store Street Floor.
Hairpins, scissors, etc.
6 items at special prices
x Sat. price.
BONE HAIR PINS,' shell and amber, C In box, Tj n
assorted shapes, box XJV,
NICKEL COAT HANGERS, folding kind, to- nr
morrow three for.......i....... iUV
EOo BTEEL SCISSORS, H to! J Inches long, OQp
HAIR NETS, with or, without rubber, large - A
size, all colors, three for.;:.;,...' iUl
"WEST" ELECTRIC HAIR CURLERS. 5 or a IQ-,
card, the card '. ,.' XV
HAIR BANDS, made of spangles, In assort- OCn
ed colors, special..., ,.,. &m
Notion store Street floor.