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.THE'WASHINGTON TBIES, FRIDAY; OCTOBER 11, 1912.
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Parker, Bridget '& Co. the Nationally Known Store for 'Men and Little Men
SIMON W0LF1S 76;
FOR SENATE'S GALL
ENGAGED TO WED '
. JAMES F. CURTIS
Girl Who Broke 'Bethrothal
With Congressman to
Marry Treasury Official.
: . OF ORPHAN HOME
Honored by German.Asylum
, Directors After Busl-
, ness Session.
Illustrated Address, at Na
tional Theater Draws '
Will.Not Reply to Charges of
Wall Street. Influences
"HEART OF ROCKIES'
'A dinner was tendered to Blmon Wolf
tit a monthly meeting of 'the board of
director! and affiliated societies of tho
derman Orphan Asylum last night In
Eaengerbund Hall, 81 C street north
West. It was the seventy-sixth anniver
sary of his birth, ,
Frlor to' the dinner the business of
the board' was transacted. The repoit
of Oscar Frlel. manager of' the asylum,
showed that there are twenty-elKht
boys and nineteen girls at the home, A
new delegato from the Outvra' Asso
ciation, Nick Auth, was seated. -Mrs.
Thomford. secretary of the Ladles' Sow
ing Society, tendered her annual report,
showing the work that body had dono
toward furnishing clothing for children
at the asylum, it was announced that
the annual meeting of the general so
ciety will take place ut Saengerbund
Hall, October 31. .
Following the meeting the directors
adjourned to the dining hall, where a
dinner was served In honor of Mr. Wolf.
A bouquet of seventy-six Amorlcan
JJenutv rpses was given to him. Presi
dent John F. Schneider, of the board,
congratulated Mr. Wolf on the anni
versary and told how he was ever ac
tlvo In the Interests of the asylum. A
bouquet also was presented by the chil
dren of the asylum to show their op
Ereclatlon of the work which Mr. Wolf
as been doing for them.
Charles Itodler, treasurer of the di
rectors, acted In behalf of tho children.
Other speakers of the evening were Mrs.
K. O, Harthel and Mrs. Thomford, of
tho Ladles' Auxiliary; Fred Imholf. an
honorary president; Vice President
Martin Wlegend. Secretary P. W. Mey
ers. E. O. Schafer, A. Levy, Louis Ket.
tier. CapU C. T. Schwelger, Dr. H. K.
Bier. Charles Botch and Charles Jacob
eon. Civil Service Places
Are Open for Eligibles
Several vacancies In the positions of
law clerk, stenographer, and typewriter,
In tho division of naturalization, De
nattmitnt nr Commerce and Labor, are
to be tilled by appointments from a list
of clIglDlej securea ai a civil service s
nmlnatlcn to be held November 6 and
7. These positions pay from J1.000 to
1.200 a year with opportunity for ad-
An examination will bo held Novem
ber 11, for mechanical draftsmen. Can
didates for appointment as sanitary en
gineer in the Bureau of Animal Indus
try, Department of Agriculture, will be
xated today, on papers and affidavits
submitted to the Civil Service Commis
sion. iSunday School Institute
Will Opjen'Tere Oct. 23.
. ! ,
The sixteenth annual convention of
the Sunday School Institute of the dio
cese of Washington, wilt be held at the
, Church of the .Epiphany. Wednesday,
Wolv communion will bo celebrated at
:E0 o'clork by tho bishop of Washing
ton. During the day addresses will be
delivered by the Very Rev. Frank Du
Moulin, dean of tho cathedral of Cleve
land, Ohio; Canon Williams, arch
deacon of Washington; the Rev, Dr, 11.
I. Duhrlng, of Pennsylvania; Eugene
03. Thompson, of this city; the Rev. C.
R. Stetson, of RL Mark's Church: the
Rev. E. S. Hale, assistant minister of
the Church of the Ascension, and Canon
Pour Cabinet Members
Will Stump for Taft
Four and possibly mom members of
President Taft's Cabinet will take the
tump In his behalf, according to an
Secretary of War Stlmson will make
several speeches In New York, Secre
tary Nagcl In Missouri, Secretary Knox
In Washington and the Northwest, and
Secretary Fisher In Illinois. Attorney
Gecnral Wlckorsham has under con
sideration several speaking dates.
Miss Laura Beatrice Merrlam. daugh
ter 6f Mr. and Mrs. William R. Mer
rlam, of Washington, the central figure
In tho social sensation caused by the
announcement of the breaking of her
betrothal to former Congressman
Theron Catlln of Missouri, is engaged
to marry James, F, Curtis, Assistant Sec
retary of the Treasury.
Informal announcement to thtseffect
was made today 'at Jamaica Plains, N.
V., the home of Miss Mcrrlam's sister.
Mrs. John Tyler Wheelwright, and at
Boston, the home of Mr. Curtis, accord
ing to Information received at ' Mr,
Curtis' office In the Treasury Depart
ment todav. Mr. Curtis Is away ou
vacation, dlvldln his time between his
Boston home and the home of Mrs.
Wheelwright. .... . . .
Miss Merrlam will return to her home
here the first of November. At about
the same time Mr. Curtis will return
to his desk at the Treasury Department.
No wedding date has as yet been set,
according to the Information received
Announcement of the engagement of
Mr. Curtis and Miss Merrlam. though
expected In some quarters, was a sur
prise to social Washington. Though
a mutual understanding as to Incom
patibility of temperament waa given as
the reason for the breaking of the CaU
lln-Merrlam betrothal, It has been per
sistently rumored for days that there
was another man at the bottom of It
Miss Merrlam Is the second debu
tante of the season of 1009 to break
betrothal to marry the man of her
Miss Carol Newberry, now Mrs. Frank
Brooks, of Detroit, startled society last
anHni. kv liar marlarn to the swect-
heat of her childhood, a few days after
the breaking of her engagement to cap
tain Alleyne, of the British army, who
came all tho way from Bermuda to be
married, only to receive his dismissal
.nt thA liiat minute.
Ill fortune seems to have settled upon
Theron Catlln. But a few months ago
he lost his seat In the House of Rep
resentatives after a strenuous campaign
for election because his father, a mil
lionaire, hod spent too much money in
. To Go To Richmond
Samls Grotto, of Richmond, has
planned an elaborate 'entertainment for
the membera of Kalllpolls. No. 15, Mys
tic Order Veiled Prophet of the En
chanted Realm, when the local lodge
men go to the Virginia city on Octo
The Richmond grotto will meet the
Washlngtontans at the station and take
them on a long automobile ride about
the city, then to Hotel Richmond for
a luncheon. Following tho dinner ther
Samls Grotto and the Kalllpotts Orotto
will march to the Masonic Temple.
headed by a big band. At the temple a
special ceremonial Is to be given for
the benefit of the Washington members.
More than 100 candidates will be Ini
tiated. . . ,
The local party leaves on special cars
at noon Wednesday and will reach
Richmond at 2:45 o'clock. More than
100 members have signified their Inten
tion of going.
Rube's Grandmother Busy,
No Time To Talk Baseball
CLEVELAND, Ohio, Oct. 11. The
grandmother of "Rube" Marquard, Giant
pitcher. Is proud of her grandson's
achievements on the ball field, but she
won't let It Interfere, with the making
of grape juice. When the news waa
broken to her by a reporter, Mrs. Mar
quard chased them from her home, say
ing she was too busy making grape
Juice to talk 'baseball.
Unless the Senate subcommittee In
vestlgatlng American Influence In Latin
American affairs calls upon the State
Department for Information, none will
be offered. The department does not
proposo to reply to the'charges made to
that subcommittee of Wall Street influ
ence in the-Nlcaraguan revolution.
Angel Ugarte, former Honduran min
ister to .Washington, stated to the com
mittee that the Dawson treaty was so
drawn that only five members of tho
conservative party In Nicaragua could
be made President. This occurred, he
ssserted, while Estrada was President.
Diaz, later made President, waa ono ut
others favored by this treaty and was
elevated to nis position wunout tne
semblance of an election, according to
The State Department will sit tight,
willing to put Its past statements In ex-
Elanatlon of Interference In Nicaragua
efore the committee as against tho
charges of revolutionary agents from
the Central American republics..
Three Injured When
Motor Car Hits Tree
UTICA, N. T., Oct. ll.-An automobile
crashed Into a tree In New Hartford
early today, and as a result Park Mil
ler, owner of the machine. Is' suffering
from concussion of the brain. Deputy
Sheriff Frank Ireland had an eye torn
out and was otherwise disfigured, and
John nKott was cut and bruised.
The men were returning from Syra
cuse when their machine, traveling at
great speed, skidded and crashed
squarely Into the tree when they were
Jackson H. Ralston
Before the District Democratic Asso
ciation In the Raleigh last night. Jack
son H. Ralston declared he was for
"blanket free trade," and assailed the
protectionism of the Republican party.
A tribute to William Jennings Bryan
waa made by J. If. Keeley, and Prof.
J. W. Nigh sang a satrlcal song called
"Everybody's Liar But Me," by Theo
dore Roosevelt. Other meetings will
be held In the Raleigh every Thursday
"The Heart of the Rockies" was the
title of the first of the Etmendorf serlts
of travel lectures which was given yes--
terday afternoon" In the National Thea
ter. Starting with his audience from
his own home on Long Island. Mr, Et
mendorf yesterday carried his fellow-
travelers across tho continent toward
tho land of the setting sun. His first
stop Was Denver, where two pictures
showing the growth of this city were
AKlkl&4 ima Jttnlfttlnsv rtanuar mml It
was In ISM, and the other as It Is In
1911 From this city the travelers were
taken to Colorado Springs, Cripple ,
Creek, and victor, . i
A few minutes were spent at each of,
these places, then the travelers con-1
tlnued, to the Oarden of the Gods. I
Pike's Peak, and other natural wonder I
Places, one oi ine pictures snowins; inn
peak covered with snow on the third
of July. Conveying his listeners through
the Royal gorgo and tho Marshall pass,
Leadvllle. Eagle canyon, and the Black
canyon were visited.
A number of unusual photographs
or the Indian Inhabitants In this sec
Inn of the country were shown, after
which there, was a detour to the min
ing countries, where Drango and fill
vrrton were visited.
Ouray was also visited, and then the
travelers were conveyed In an auto
mobile through the twists and turns
i)' the Crystal Park Drive. "The Grand
Canyon" will b the subject of Mr, El
mendorfs lecture next Thursday af
ternoon. Fifth Baptist Church ,
Is Ready for Rally
The Fifth Baptist Church will hold
Its yearly Sunday school rally Sunday
morning. The church Is being decorated
for the occasion. A special program of
singing and speaking lias been ar
ranged. A special feature will be an
address by the Rev. A. B. Withers, of
west Virginia, who lias been one of the
lecturers this week at the Baptist
Training School for Sunday School
Workers In session at the church.
Sunday night the pastor, the Rev.
John Brlggs, will preach the third of
a series of sermons on the hereafter.
Ills subject will be "Degrees In Heaven
and Degrees In Hell."
Wednesday night the annual banquet
and election of officers of the Men's
League will be held. J. Harry Tyler,
of Baltimore, will be the principal
CONSTIPATED, BILIOUS, HEADACHY,
LIVER TORPID?-CAS,CAP )RE
Turn the rascals out the headache, biliousness, constipation, the sick,
sour stomach and foul gases turn them out tonight with Cascarets.
Don t put in another day of distress. Let Uascarets sweeten and regu
late your stomach, remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food and that
misery-making gas; take the excess bile from your liver and carry off jMie
decomposed waste matter and constipation poison from the bowels. Then you
will feci great.
A Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by morning a 10-ccnt box
from any drug store will keep your head clear, stomach sweet, liver and
bowels regular, and make you feel bully and cheerful for months. Don't
forget tho children.
10 CeiltS. Nmr trip !.
"CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP."
Boys' Suits with
Sizes, 3 to 17 Years
$2.50, $3, $4, $5,
$3.50, $7.50, $10
Boys' Overcoats, $2 to $10
901-9 8th St S. E.
Here You Arc, Gentlemen!,
at Your Price
No matter how high your ideals in clothes no mat
ter how much you are willing to pay we'll see that you
arCtdeljghted with our clothes, for the workmanship of
i uic ,ucm imiura lis nere, aiso me most lasnionaDie tabrlcs,
'patterns and. shades, in unlimited numbers. You can se
lect fronrour different styles, leaving no opportunity for
disappointment to come between our clothes and your, de.
We Save You $5.00 on Your Suit
Because we do not have to pay the high, rent of the
"Down Town" clothing stores, we can afford to sell our
high grade, suits at least FIVE DOLLARS lower than the
prices you would pay them, j
Others Ask: B. K. Honest ValoePrke.
$15.00 ..... $10.00
$30.00 . . . . . $25.00
Overcoats $10.00 to $30.00
The BIEBER-KAUFMAN CO.
The Han's Department SUre 901 -909 Eighth St. S. E. "Dawn By the Navy Yard"
COLLEGE MEN and;men who "$tay.
young" ose clean-cut, manly j
chaps demandxriginality in, tailoring .and, fab-
Cf&ta Man rlc Not treakishness. r-" mouiesitor twarege
VOliegC lvian XDen are designed along refined, original lines;'
ajjfj from carefully selected patterns . patterns
t ,1 f noticea&ie tnis season ior-uiarcievcr-coiorings,
P-B ClotheS their exclusiveness.
'T-B" College Clothes give you the actual satisfaction
b the tailorman anticipates, but seldom realizes. In F-B" s
Clothes the final result is before you- ytry-onSy delays-vund
g disappointments are forgotten, -
jj x mU L!V.iJ a.i. v..i.j ..... . .,.j ... j (,
I $15, $18, $20, $25 . .
a "I. see- tweedsaic it in Phillie,
3 York! said a tourist yesterday.
. .1 . i .- j ii. .t?
ine gentleman was-ngnc, twecas-arc-it. t- niB.
season. , ,
V StlI tYou-mustsee the-'T-B" Shannon and Bannock-
I C5 tDlTl Durn Tweed'Suits. Native patternsfrom the. Emerald
Isle and the heather land of the Scots. "They ha'e the
I beauty o a hielan lassie."
OnrnmnmnuHi mmHitiHtnvt iiHMtMntmni
and little, ol Noo,
! P-B HATS.
"P-B" HATS for men who know.
New and exchwive falfcrtyles in derbies
and soft hats. Gemrine-quality .at or
$2, $3, $4, $5
The nameof a
good shoe. The
shoe f orthetnan
wh o demands
style and real
See the- EnglishTECKS
.U. $5. $6. $7
a T T TT TJ T-
KinHBismiiiiMiiMMniisnsMSHiiMsassmiS awimiiMfwiwaiiiywiiliiiiw I
Mothers' Day at the "P-B" Boys' Shop.
HMiin 9MSO TWO-rASTS WITS. 'I
in.w oiil.a .4 mvi tt. v.tv lflt Tn.tftrlsJ and really tailoTed.
pants are-rail llnea; all scams tapea; sia. duckios; dock straps, vm.
THAT WOKDiSIlFUIj S8.M NEBD-MUT SUIT
Th. "P-BM Suit with extra, pants. Mad. fr.ra fennlno all-wool material 2sr
th. hardest kind of wear. It U th. Mtial t fUJ0 suits, and we nract.1t
Merr way. 118.00 In prUos Tor a 'Need-Met" slogan. Bse below.
BOY "P-n" JVYKHtUB OVKllOOATS WOfT.
"P-B" Juvenile styles are exoluelve. W iroy only one sta. eOaeh yt
overcoat. .Besides, you never saw prettier -puterna ihaa .we- are ehowln -at
present. Priced from HMo 115."
SOW "P-B" BOY'S SOTT,
A jrreat value at a little prloe. Ik-Is the equal of.th."NpmD-SllJl' 4h
nly difference la this: The SS.05 salt has -oapalr of ponta."
Larae Collapsible Drlnklna Cap
Of aluminum. Sanitary. Free with
In navy, oanUnal, -haie, oxford. nd.
white. Cap to-ametoh. Afos 9 0.
"Tommy arawfcj- Guanaateed-Itose
Uade.wlth small nook and
sleeves and full In body; T8o mp,
Boys and Children's Hats, COo'up,
For Laruer lAy. 5 to . Bxoep
1.00 up. All styles and colors. With
or without oollars.
$25 Given Away
Bend us a slogan for the NEED-MOT
Bolt described above.
A slogan Is a short sentence that
tells about the value of tlw, suit. For
the extra ponts suit of extra varae."
SIB for the best slog-an.
15 for the next best.
K for the third best,
$1 each for the next three selected,
50c Silk Knitted Ties, 25c
Ontlnx Flannels, ages 2 to IS.
Prices, TOo to JltSO.
5iiiiwi"P-B" Guarantee of Absolute Satisfaction "With Every Purchaseumn
X mannish hat fer misses; newnj
shown Before ia.uo.
Boy Scout Play Suits
For little fellows. Clearer. styles.
In whits, trown, navy, cardinal, '
ford; Jersey cloth. Price43.M.
Soys' Cotton Ribbed Two-pleos Oat ta,
C0a th varment.
Union Butts, M.00, ' '
Union Suits, two-thtodS'Woel.-Bp'o
14 years, 11.60,
Duofold Underwear for bore.
-r - The. Avenue at Ninths
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