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THE TYASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
READY TO RECEIVE
Special Program of Music
u Arranged for Opening,
ft' Of New Place.- '
The Hotel Powhatan, at Pennsylvania
avenue, Eighteenth and II street north
west will be opened to the publlo and
sueata tomorrow at noon. Clifford, M.
Lewie, manager of the hotel, hai Is-
sued o.i'reneral Invitation to visit the
new hostelry and Inspect It.
Arrangements have been made.by Mr,
Lewie to serve the" first, dinner, an at
tractive function bertnnliurat'7 o'clock
tomorrow evening ana lasting- until iv,
during which an elaborate musical pro
gram will be carried out. A large num
ber of tables for the dinner have been
The hotel la one of tKe most attractive
In the city and 1 designed and fur
nished throughout In pure colonial style.
The modern hotel showlness. haa been
replaced by the simple elegance of tho
beat homes of the colonial days of the
country. The scheme. Is carried out In
the restaurant, ' breakfast room." ML
Vernon library. Dalm court, lobby. .and
bar, all on the first floor; the mexza
nlne parlor, the grill room, and through
A departure from .any hotel or reel
dence building scheme In Washington,
making the house unique In another res-
twpt. is found In the reservation of sev
en rooms and two bathrooms on each
upper floor for persons who may wish
to furnish their own suites.
Occidental to Open.
Next Tuesday will witness, the open
ing of another handsome, hotel prop-ij-ty
the New Occidental 'next to the
"Syllla,rd on Pennsylvania avenue, un
der" tnn management of Gustav'Buch-
hpli, well khownthere frdm his long
connection wiin ine wuiuiu.
In the1 hew hotel -Mr. Buchholx Is
featuring 'an electric grill, which, he
nays is the' only thing of Its kind In
this country. It Is ah electrlo contri
vance for cooking anything, and Mr.
Buchhots has so arranged that the
various fowls and meats will be placed
on a large cold-storage display 'counter
In front of the electrlo grill, so that
the purchaser may choose his exact
T'tc before It Is cooked. The electric
Move floes -quick work and It Is be
lieved It Is more sanitary than the old
.The cafe will bo exclusively for men,
and meals will be served In the rooms.
Mr. Buchholz has already rented sev
eral apartments, but will reserve a
large number of rooms for tho trans
Washington Building Less.
Although shov.lng a Iowa of 66 per
cent In building f or September over the
corresponding month of last year.
Washington holds nineteenth placo
among the cities of the country In point
of permits Issued during last month
for new building.
Building construction In seventy-four
cities shows a moderate falling oft In
comparison with the same montfoa year
ego. Permits were takon out In Sep
tember, according to official reports to
Construction News, for the erection of
39,606 buildings. Involving a total esti
mated Investment or 8G1.S70.S2S again
20,03 buildings, aggregating In cost
Jf,S65,83t. n decrease of TS buildings
and J4.99S.8T0. or 1 pur cent The figures
Jn detail fur the leading cities are:
v i Estimated Estimated
Cities. Cost Cost.
New York $9,117,540 811.M3.3K
Los Angeles 2.310,617
" Ban Francisco 1,783,145
flan Diego 1.SD6.859
fit Loul 1.248,7(3
Springfield. Ma 1,017,090
Kansas City. Mo 959.774
Portland. Ore 903.606
Washington, D. C... 841,117..
Notwithstanding this decrease In cost,
the showing for the month Is a good
one. as there were gains in forty-one
cities and losses In thirty-three. There
were gains In 'the majority of the repre
sentative cities, while losses were sus
tained In cities I which' activity haa
been the rule recently, or the cities
were at such remote points or so widely
scattered that they have very llttl bear
on IT main situation.
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Remember, North Side of Q St.
Betrreea 13th and 14th St.
MEW STORE 16ZS 7T1I ST. X.XV,
Mgr. Bonzano With Knights of Columbus Party to Take
'. .Trip to Tomb of First President ofi
United States. ,
WASHINGTON TIMES BUBJBAU.
ALEXANDRIA, VA., OCT. 11.
Attended by many high, dlgnlarles o
,the Catholic Church, Mgr. Bonzano,
papal delegate to Washington, arrived
In Alexandria early this afternoon, the
occasion being tho observance of Dis
covery Day, under the auspices of Fitz
gerald Council,, Knights of Columbus.
After a short stop here, the party; left
for Mt Vernon, where a 6eautlful me
morial wreath waa, placed on tho tomb
of Washington. It was Intertwined with
the national colors, together with the
papal colorp, yellow and white. .
The trip was made In the palace car
Mt Vernon, and was under the, super
vision of Purcy. E. Cllft. superintendent
of the Washlntgbn-Vlrglnla railway,
Those In the party were 'the IU. Ilev.
D J, O'Connell, bishop of the diocese of
Richmond liMgr. Cerrettl, auditor of the
papal, delegate; Dr. Oeorgo Dougherty,
assistant rector of the Cathollo Uni
versity of America; Mgr. Mackln, of
Washington: the Itbv. W. D Noon, O.
P.. of the Dominican House. Ilrookland.
D. C: the Rev. Father Corgan, Wllkes-J
uarre, a a.; inw itev. uenry i. iuucr,
and the Rev. Lawrence V. Kelly, of
St. Mary's Church, Alexandria; Daniel
J. Callahan, supreme treasurer of the
Knights of Columbus, and Judge W, II.
De Lacey, of the Washington Juvenile
.These were accompanied by members
of the local committee, consisting of M.
J. McFarland, John D. Normoyle; T. II.
Fagan, n. E. Power, Walter M. Don
nelly, James Callan, ;WIIIIam Orecnam,
John allroy, William Desmond, James
Roche, and Charles E. Corgan,
Upon the return of the party to this
ctv lalte In the afternoon, a reception
will be tendered to 'the delegate and
his staff by the children of St Mary's
'Catholic schools,' at. Lyceum Hall, about
400 children attending. The reception
will bo opened with the singing of
"Italia" by the vocal class, and a solo
by Miss Katheryn N. Brill. An address
on the part of the children, made by
Miss Virginia Downey, will be replied
to" by Mgr. Bonzano.
After a sightseeing trio through the
city tlie company will be tendered a
dinner at the Hotel Rammell,
The program for the evening at the
Lyceum Hall, the official observance of
Discovery Day, will be of a musical
and literary nature, the music being
rendered by the quartet of til. Pat
rick's Church of Washington, Thomas
K. Dyson, grand knight of Virginia,
will preside and Introduce the speak
ers. The address of welcome to the
papal delegate on behalf of the State
will be made by Bishop O'Connell, and
will be followed by an address bv the
Rev. Frank Noone, wno will take for
his subject, "The Life of Columbus."
Besides an address bv Mgr, Bonzano,
one will be made by D. J. Callahn.
During his stay In the city, members
of the fourth degree of the order will
act as escort.
Report was made to the police today
of the attempted robbery of the homo
of Mrs. William O. Plaskett. at US
North Payne street, shortly before mid
night last night. The men, who were
wnite, were frightened away by Mrs.
A Merciless Sacrifice of v
Prices in this Gigantic $60,000 A
We are compelled to seek a new home for Friedlander cloth
ing, and our entire stock of men's and boys' clothing, furnishings,
and shoes must be moved out in the shortest possible time. Prices
are lowered to hitherto unknown points in order to accomplish
our purpose quickly. .
This means that you can come here and select your new fall
clothes from our $60,000 stock at HALF PRICE AND LESS.
Don't underestimate the immense importance of this Re
moval Sale, and. the economies it brings to you just when you
are thinking of new fall clothing. The purchasing power of your
money is doubled.
Wen's Suits Slashed
All Men's $10.00 Suits at $5.25
All Men's $12.50 Suits at. .n .$6.50
All Men's $15.00 Suits at $7.75
All Men's'$18.00 Suits at $9.50
All Men's $20.00 Suits at $11.00
All Men's $25.00 Suits at $12.50
All Men's $27.50 Suits at.' $13.75
Amazing Overcoat Reductions
Men's $25.00 Winter Overcoats $13.75
Men's $15.00 Winter Overcoats $7.75
$20.00 Priestley Cravenette Coats $9.50
Boys' Suits Sharply Cut in Price
Boys' $3.50 Fall Suits at $1.85
Boys' $4.00 Fall Suits at $2.25
Boys' $5.00 Fall Suit, at $2.98
Boys' $6.00 Fall Suits at $3.50
Boys' $7.00 Fall Suits at $3.98
Boys' $8.00 Fall Suits at $4.75
Entire Stock of Men's and Boys'
Shoes at Big. Savings
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Boys' $2.50 Shoes at $1.39
Men's $3.00 Shoes at $1.89
Men's $4.00 Shoes at , $2.39
Cor. Ninth and E SSf'Wl
Plaskett before they had succeeded tn
gaining entrance to the house.
What might have been a serious fire
t the KdIscoduI Hlah School yester-
nv was averted by little Miss Mary
Ylfllt.....l.ta. Ha i4n illil.M.. D
Reade, who noticed smoke Issuing from
upner noor or me main Duuaing. a.
bucket brigade soon extinguished the
blaxa .which was 'found to be In' the
room of O. C. Shackelford, one of the
The funeral of Jdsenh Welngart. for
whom a certificate of death by suicide
was 'Issued by Dr.S. B. Moore, coroit
er, , will take place from St, Mary's
cathollo Churcn. at f O'clock tomorrow
Funeral services for, John Frank
Brown will be held front the residence
his parents, 222 Jefferson street, at
U a. m. tomorrow" morning. Rev. W.
. watson. of tho First Baptist Church,
Tim r-a nt John Murohv. arrested by
Sergeant Scott, charged with carrying a
revolver, was continued In police court
this morning. Murpur assencti i vu
gun had been given him by a compan
ion, when the latter found that the or
nv.r im1 i It In his Dossesslon. The
other young .man will be summoned at
tomorrow s session oi me cuuri,
A large audience In Elk's Hall last
night greeted Mrs. Samuel Henry Bte
nhnK. Ivrlo sonrano. of Baltimore, and
Prof. Franklin Schuyler 8onnako)b, .of
Holland, pianist, who gavo a concert,
under tho auspices of the local Antl
Catherine, eight-year-old daughter of
Lewis Nails. (17 South Alfred street
narrowly escaped death by fire while
playing with matches yesterday after
noon. Hr flimsy dress In flames, she
ran screaming through the streets, but
tho blaze was extinguished by a work
man nenr by before she had been seri
Barry Jiulkley Chosen.
Barry Bulkley has been designated by
Judge Ashley M. Oould, president of
the Amherst College Alumni Associa
tion, to represent the body at tho In
auguration of Alexander Melkeljohn as
president of (he college. The Installa
tion will take place next Wednesday.
Sore Throat or riouth.
- When the. mouth or throat Is Ir
ritated or diseased you have the
common ailment of Bora Mouth or
Bora Throat. If not quickly cured,
you are In danger of contracting
more serious or even fatal mala,
dies such as Croup, Quinsy, Ton
sllltls or Diphtheria. No other rem
edy will cure Bore Throat or Sore
Mouth so quickly as TONSILTNK
because it is the remedy especially
maoe ror tnat purpose.
Tou'll need TONSUJNEi
one oi these days, or some
night when the drug; store la ,
closed better hay a bottlo fil
read at borne when you I'l
need It most 25c. and 50c CI
Hospital Size $1. All Druggists.
State Department Assured of
Safety of American
Reassuring reports of the safety of
Americans In danger at El Oro, Mexico,
reached the Btate Department today.
The-Information vwa based upon, press
dispatches received In Mexico City and
haa not been confirmed officially. This
uncertain report Is the only reassuring
word that come from the Modero repub
lic,, the sacking of a small town, ap
prehensive reports from ranch owners
and positive reports that rebels are
holding their own In some localities
tending to show that the revolting
forces are still active and potent.
It Is reported that a town called
Cholul. near tho city of Puebla, has
been sacked by rebels. The proprietors
of a ranch near Tecoletes, state of
Zacatecas, are apprehensive of an at
tack from a large force of rebels.
Railroad SUU Disabled.
The Northwestern railroad and the
tetograph operated with It are still out
of commission, and the railroad Is said
to be In the possession of the rebels
between Pearson and Summit, stations
thirty-five miles apart Summit Is about
120 miles south of Juarez.
The Btate Department has attempted.
All Big Money Savers.
All Choice Quality.
Fancy New York Stock,
Leg Lamb, lb., 14c
Hindquarter Lamb, lb.,
Lamb Chops, lb.,
20c to 25c
Fresh Hams, Small and
Lean, lb., 17c
Compound, a Lard Sub
stitute, lb., 10c
New Salt Mackerel,
Potomac Herring, doz.,
Round Steak, lb., 16c
Sirloin Steak, lb., 18c
Hamburg Steak, lb.,
!7 ..v. f .... n..t.
. ICBll VICCU11CI JT UU11E1
Eggs, selected, doz.,
New York State Full
Cream Cheese, lb.,
Swiss Cheese, lb., 30c
Fancy Virginia Eating
or Cooking Apples.
Extra Large California
Grapefruit, each,' 9c
3 for 25c
12 Peck 10c
No. 1 White Potatoes.
Y2 peck r 10c
Old Dutch Market, Inc.
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1032 North Capitol St.
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1033 14th St, N. V.
7th A II Six. IV. U.
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the Market sj
through consular agents at Juares and
Chlhpahua, to obtain positive Informa
tion about tha reported killing of John,
Hayes, manager of the great Hearst
ranch near Bablcora, In the state of
Ouerrere, but has been unable to do
so. More than a week ago appeals for
help came from this ranch, and an at
tempt waa made to get the Mexican
government to throw federal forces In
near the ranch before the threatening
rebels could make an attack.
El Oro District Rich, '
The threatened EI Oro dlstrlot. Is
very rich In mineral, and the mines
have been developed to a great extent
American Investment Is heavy In the
district, and the representations of .Am
bassador Wilson have been pointed.
According to news from Mexico City
yesterday afternoon, an additional force
of federals had been sent to this point
This agrees with the -report reaelved
by the State Department today that
relief had been given the EI Oro camps.
Will Meet Here.
A dispatch from Charlotte. N. C,
says the board of director of the
American Cotton Manufacturers As
sociation, In 'session at that place,
have selected .Washington as the
next annual convention city for
the association. The meeting will be
held here April I, , it, next
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A. LI5NER Hoars 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. G STREET
saUEroft ITWy(JaT1TXTVll et all 'I Mm'i 1
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The coat pictured is one of the many
man-tailored models here for girls of 6 to
14 years. The dress is one of the many
here of wear resisting worsted mixtures, in
sizes to 14 years.
Young People's Library
CLOTH, PIlICi:, 40 CENT KACHl rilOKUSKLV
ItMJSTRATKn. ' '
1 TUB ADVniSTUHES OK ItorJINSOIV CHI) SOU,
3 THROUGH T1IU LOOKING GLASK AM)
WHAT A LI CIS HOUND TJIEIIE. SO 'Illus
trations. T AUSOP'.H FAIILKS. 62 Illustrations.
H SWISS FAMILY IIOIIINsjOX. CO Illustrations.
10 UXPLOHATION AND ADVENTURE IN
AFRICA. 80 Illustrations.
14 THE STOIIY OK THE KROZEN SEAS. 70
15 WOOD'S NATURAL HISTORY. 10 Illustra
IT 11 LACK I1KAUTV. Bv Anna Sewell. 64 Illus
trations. IS ARADIAN NIGHTS' l:TKHTAINMKNTS.
10 ANDKUSF.N'S KAIRY TALES. 75 Illustra
tions. SO OUIMM'S KAIRY TALR. 60 Illustrations.
22 FLOWER FAIILRS. By Louisa M. Alcott
SO UNCLE TOM'S CBIN. 90 Illustrations.
.12 TALKS FROM SIIAKF.SPKARK. By Charles,
and Mary Lamb. 65 Illustrations.
33 ADVI1NTUHES IN TtlYLAND. 70 Illustra
34 ADVENTURES OK A BROWNIE. 18 Illustra
3(1 MIXED PICKLES. 31 Illustrations.
3(1 LITTLE LAME PRINCE. By Miss Mulock.
87 THE SLEEPY KING. 77 Illustrations.
30 A CHILD'S GARDEN OK VEnSES. By Rob
ert Loula Stevenson 100 illustrations.
88 ANIMAL STORIES Kbn LITTLE PEOPLE.
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Mlddv Blouses of heavy white
Galatea. Some laced front, with
red or navy blue collar and cuffs.
Others In Norfolk style, with leather
belt The dresses at 60c Include
Russian and waist styles.
tailored. Models as
and others, In
sizes S to 1
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columns haa a paper cover, to protect the.
cloth binding. The wording on these paper
covers Is exactly as you have read. Note one
correction Instead of "40 cents each" read 13
1 C krday
To avoid overcrowding the Balcony shop
hundreds of thesebooka will be brought down
to the great table at foot of stairway on first
floor. Choice for only 12c.
1 HO Sheets Paper 1 Q
"Army and Navy" Writing Paper Is sold hero
by th pound 100 sheets to the pound at 16c.
For tomorrow the price Is to be 10c; envelopes,