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THE WASHINGTON TDIES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1912.
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FOREIGN TOURISTS
BH1NGT0
JN AMERICAN TRIP
Delegates to Commerce Com-
, mission Will Be Entertain- ,
ed Here Three Days.
Four hundred prominent business, men
from all, parti ot the world, delegate
to the International' Congress of Cham
ber of Commerce, and almost as' many
wives and daughtes'of delegates will
arrive at the Union Station tonight at
6:30 o'clock from Pittsburgh over the
Pennsylvania railroad. ' Arrangements
for tho reception and entertainment of
the visitors during their three days'
stay In th'e Capital are now complete,
with the appointment ,of the various
committees', announced' by President
Oyster of the Washington Chamber of
Commerce. ( t -
The guests will be met at the station
tonight by a. commltteo appointed for
that purpose, and arrangements have
been made fur carriages to carry them
at once to the Congress Hall, Continen
tal or Raleigh Hotels,' the last named
being the official headquarters of the
congress while In this city.
Reception Committee.
The commltteo to meet the trrln con
sists of:
D. J.r Callahan, chairman; Samuel
1 Senslnger, V. W. Dowle, George V.
Buck, John O. Capers, W. S. Corby,
Harry F. Cunningham, Charles W.
Darr, E. B. Dean, O. J. De Moll, Jules
Demonet, William M. Dove, B. B. Earn
(iaw, John O. Evans, Philip F. Gorm
ley, ,B. 8. Graves, J. P. Herrmann, W.
S. Hoge, Louis Holmes, George H. Judd.
M. A. Leese, J. C. Malcom, James M.
Place, A. D. Prince, Arthur Ramsay,
Edwin C. Reed, Albert Schultels, Sam
uel Bhedd, A. Leftwlch Sinclair, H. C.
C. Stiles, Georgo W. Stuart, Walter
Guy, and Hugh Harvey.
Tomorrow morning the delegates will
be taken on an automobile trip to tho
points of greatest lnterst In the city,
an dcommlttces In charge of this tour,
are as follows:
To meet at Raleigh Hotel R. P. An
drews, chairman: E. B. Dean, Philip F.
Gormley, F. C. Handy, Melvin C. Has
en. I.ouls Holmes. James Lansburgh. F.
W. MrfcKencle. J. C. Malcolm, Byron
B. Ailums, E. P. Mertz, O. B. Metzerott.
R. I- Mlddleton, Edwin C. Reed, E.
Shectz, M. E. Alles, Ralph W. Lee, and
J. It. Small. Jr.
To meet at Continental Joseph Stras
burger, chairman; John Hansen, Sam
uel nan, ji. v. Herrmann, jsaao uana,
W. 8. Hoge, Gerson Nordllnger, R. N.
Harper, J. M. Place, Samuel Benslnger,
M. D. Rosenberg, George Stuart, George
Walker, Conrad Becker, Jules Demonet,
and N. IT. Shea.
To meet at Congress Hall M. A.
Leese, chairman; Joseph Berberlch, 11
C. Ucrghelmer, A. Urylawskl. M. O.
Copeland, .Charles rDiiCugle, O. J. De
Moll, Georgt) .W.'PecJL Isaac Gans, A.
Gude, O. II. Relzeiftiteln, George W.
Spier, W. W.' Bowie,' George V. Buck,
H. F, Clark, and Harry Wardman.
No Sunday Plans.
No plans have ben made for the dele
gates for Sunday afternoon or evening,
but arrangements have been made to
have mapy of the most Interesting
public buildings kept open, such as tho
Capitol, the Corcoran Art Gallery, the
Library of Congress, and others, and
many of the delegates will, doubtless,
avail themselves of an opportunity ot
'making a close Inspection of these
buildings.
Monday, at 1:30 o'clock, representa
tives from the Chamber of Comnvsrca
will meet tho delegates at their holds
and e scort thrm to the boa for AI.
Vernon, and they will be given an
hour's visit to tho home of Washing
ton. The committee appointed for this pur
pose Is made up of George V. Worth
ington, chairman; J. Harry CunnluK
ham, W. W. Bowie, Clmpln Brown,
John G. Capers. Harry ! Clark, tho
Rev. George A. Dougherty. William M.
Dove, I. Goldenberg, Philip F. Gorm
ly, George Vllllam Hurrls. Louis
Holmes, M. A. Laesc, Otto Luebkri,
Arthur J. May. TU U Mlddloton, Arthur
Ramsay, Edwin C. Reed, G. F. Hchutt,
A. Leftwlch Blnilalr, T. .W. Smth, H.
C. C. Stiles. Joph Strasburger. Georgo
W. Stuart, Washington, .Topham. Mar
tin Wlegand. O. Grosvonor Dawe', i:i
ltott H. Goodwin. D. A Skinner, U S.
Perkins. Vf. V. Cox, jjciuls fC"in. SiK
munit Knnn, Simon Kunn. George M.
Oyster, Jr.; Samuel Ross. John L.
Weavor, mid W. A. Wlmsatt.
Reception Monday.
Monday night ,at 9 o'clock the guests
will be honored with a large reception
at the Pan-American Building, given
jointly by the Chamber of Commerce
and, John Barrett, director of the" Pan
American Bureau. The affair promises
to be among the most brilliant ever
held at the home of the Latln-Amerl-cans,
unci will also mark the formal
opening of the magnlllccnt new terraced,
gardens in tho rear of the building,
which are Just completed, after an
expenditure of I1CO.00O.
At. 9.30 o'clock Tuesday morning the
special train of two sections will bear
the delegates to Philadelphia, where a
stay of two days will end their tour
of all tho large cities of the East
NEW YORK OPEN
. BIG NAVAL REVIEW
Six Thousand From Atlantic
Fleet March on Fifth
Avenue.
NEW YORK, Oct,- It-Six thousand
fighting men paraded Fifth avenue to
day. Three. regiments ot blue Jacket
and of marines, men.. of the type who
held Quantanamo hill In 183S, and ten
days ago practically wiped out, of ex
istence a Nicaragua rebel force, paraded
the fashionable thoroughfare In honor
ot the 420th anniversary of the discov
ery of America.
With plecer burnished to the highest
degree, and uniforms immaculate, these
men, the cream of the sea righting force
of the American nation, snapped down
the broad avenue acclaimed by a crowd
that lined the aides and pointed out the
various notables In tho line.
Opening' of Review.
It was the opening ceremony of the
annual fall review of the Atlantic fleet,
which will end Tuesday when the yacht
Mayflower, whfEh takes position near
the entranco (o the upper bay and the
big fighting;" machines steam If! column
and perfect alignment out to sea past
the President of the United States and
his son, standing side by side on the
bridge
Tonight comes the illumination ot the
fleet Great string- of varl-colorod
light, festooned from hull to brlda-e.
and from (tack to fighting mast on the,!
various warsnips win Diossom into
flame at a siven signal while the mam
moth searchlight with their thousands
of candlepower will turn night into
any.
Shore to Be Lighted.
Theshores will be illuminated, like
wise, the whole presenting the great
est. display ever planned in this city.
Tomorrow will be the last vljltlng
day. and the entire fleet was making
elaborate plans today for the entertain
ment of a record number of cuests.
The Mayflower, with the President on
board. Is expected Monday when the
picturesque reviewing ceremonies will
Dffcin.
Torpedo Boats
Will Maneiiver
Off Cuban Coast
Three of the five groups of torpedo
boats of the navy will maneuver off
Cuba about the first of the year. After
the conclusion of the review of the At
lantlc fleet officially beginning at New
York today, "bne group of the tiny craft
will remain at New York until In Jan
uary, when It will depart for Guanta
namo, a second group will proceed to
Charleston, 8. C, to be placed In re
serve, another group will proceed to
Boston, subsequently to go to Cuba, u
fourth group will remain at New York
unui a trip bouui, and tne nrth group
will base at Narraeansett Hv until
October 31, when It will set out for
nampion noaa to operate with the
battleships In the November experi
mental largei practice.
Postponement Granted
In the Darrow Case
LOH ANGELES. Cal., Oct. 12. By
Agreement of counsel the trial of
Clarence Darrow, for the alleged
bribery of the Juror, Robert Ilaln, In
the McNamara case, has been post
poned from October 21 to October 31.
Press of business Is assigned by the
attorneys.
"CASCARETS" BEST
FOR THE BOWELS
No headache, bad taste, sour
, stomach "or coated tongue
by' morning.
It la more necessary that you keep
your' Bowels, Liver, and Stomach clean,
pure, and fresh tban It Is to keep the
sewers and drainage of a large city
free from obstruction.
Are you keeping clean Inside with
Cascarets or merely torclng a pas
sageway every lew aays witn salts,
cathartic pills or castor oil? This Is Important.
CuscRrets Immediately cjeanvo and
regulate tne stomacn, remove the sour,
undigested and fermenting food.fci
foul -gases ; take the excess bile from
the liver and carry out of the system
tho constipated waste matter and poison
In the intestines and bowels.
No odds how badlv and uoset you
feel, a Cascaret tonight will straighten
you out by morning. They work while
you sleep. A 10-cent box from your
druggist will Keep your nead clear,
stomach sweet and your liver and
bowels regular for months. Don't for
get the chlldren-thelr little Insldes need
a good, gentle cleansing, too.
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ALEXANDRIA JURY
WILL HEAR CASES
WABHINOTON TIMES BUREAU,
AUSXANDMA, VA., OCT, li
The quarterly term of the corporation
court will be opened by Judgo Lout
c. Barley at U o'clock Monday morn
ing; and " will provide, probably the
heaviest docket of 'the year, a number
of Important cases awaiting disposal.
Tho week will also witness tho sum-
monlng of a special grand Jury, which
will try nearly a dozen case which
are awaiting It "action. Prominent
among these are the Southern railway
robbery cases, for which Samuel Harris
and William Oehlert were arrested.
The board of aldermen In special ses
sion yesterday afternoon passed the or
dinance providing for a fifty-six-foot
roadway on Washington stroet, betweon
Cameron and Queen streets, conforming
to the width and style of paving ot the
other squares on the same thoroughfare.
An ordinance calling for the paving of
Cameron street, between Washington
and St, Asaph streets, with asphalt
block was also passed, the street width
being set at thirty-nine feet.
Martha Washington Chapter, Order
of the Eastern Star, wilt officially ob
serve it first anniversary next Tuesday
night following the business meeting.
It will be an open session, and invita
tion have been Issued to friends of
the member to be present An attrac
tive program, comprising musical and
literary selections by local talent !
being: prepared. Following It rendition,
light refreshments, including a huge
"birthday cako," will be enjoyed, and
the balance ot the evening devoted to a
social session.
The home ot William Simpson, located
near the Dyke Station In Fairfax,
county, several miles south of here,
was totally destroyed by fire, shortly
after 8 o'clock last night. An alarm
was turned In at the Alexandria police
headquarter and the fire department
was sent In the direction ot Hunting
creek, the directions being that1 the
blaze was at the extreme southern end
of the city. When Its true location was
discovered, the firemen were forced to
return.
In the corporation court today a de
cree was returned in the attachment
suit of August Dean & Son against
Rudolph H. Reh, of Washington, find
ing a Judgment for tho plaintiff and
ordering the city sergeant to sell the
yacht "Doo Reh."
Mrs. James E. Alexander of Alexan
dria, was elected first vice president of
the organization at the State conven
tion of the United Daughters ot the
Confederacy, which haa been tn ses
sion at Harrisonburg for the put three
day. t
The funeral of Joseph Welngart was
held from St Mary' Cathollo Church,
at S o'clock today, the Rev, Lawrence
F. Kelley officiating.
Funeral services for John Frank
Brown van held from the residence
ot his parents, 222 Jefferson street, at
if n'rinrk thin mornlnft. and were con
ducted by the Rev. W. F. Watson, of
the First Baptist unurcn.
PLEADS GUILTY TO
.
Wife and Baby Boy in Court
as Oden B. Gray Hears
Sentence Deferred. '
Oden B. Gray, who wa acquitted
three year 'ago ot a charge of forg
ing checks for amount aggregating
$6,000, while' a bookkeeper at tho
Washington Loan and 'Trust Com
pany, today1 pleaded guilty before
Justice Stafford In Criminal Court
No. 1 to an Indictment charging thu
forgery of his brother's name. Thorn
ns R. Gray, to a check fox. $50,
Sitting In court were the defend
ant' wife and I child,. the latter a
curley-halrtd youngster of four,
years, neatly dressed In a white suit,
with half hose. Mrs. Gray sat sad
faced, but the little boy played and
laughed, unmindful of his father's
fate.
Justice Stafford deferred sentence
until next Saturday, saying he wish
ed to make a thorough Investigation
of the alleged forgery of the $8,000
worth of checks. Attorney Crandal
Mackey argued to the court that his
client was acquitted .of the chargo,
so that the case should not be con
sidered. "The mere fact that Gray wa ac
quitted does not mean that he was
not guilty, but rather that the charga
was not proved' declared Justice
Stafford.
TRADE COMMITTEE
E
Will Hold Meeting Tuesday.
Delegates to Harbors
Congress Named.
day at 12: o'clock. Chairman C. .J,
pockeler reports unusual Interest in the
.luncheon amon the committee mem
ber. Two new name have been added to
tho list- of .nominations tor the board
of directors for next tyear. They are
8. J. Prescott and John Poole. rMr.
Prescott Is nominated by Frea j; Whit
and Mr. Poole by W. J. Eynon.
Renew Troth and Wed.
CLKVELAND', Ohfor OA ll-MIs
Martha Calhoun and Wilson B. Hlckox.
whose engagement was renewed after
having been broken, ,were married In
this city today. The bride Is the eld
est daughter of Patrick Calhoun, .the
"imonnire traction magnate of Cleve
land and Ban Francisco. The bride.
-com N a prominent clubman and has
been rated as Cleveland' wealthiest
bachelor.
To consider the Henry George taxa
(Inn and assessment renort Is the nur
Dose 'of a meeting of the committee on
municipal finance of the Board of
Trade, to be held Tuesday afternoon at
4 o'clock In the Board of Trade rooms.
Col. George Truesdell, chairman, wilt
preside.
Three special committees from the
Board of Trade n ere today appointed
by President A. C. Moses. William It.
Singleton, chairman; Louis A. Dent and
Thomas W. SIdwell were appointed to
draft resolutions on the death of
Thomas W. Noyes, late president of the
board, to be presented to' the board on
November 1L
A committee waa appointed to audit
the books of the retiring treasurer, K.
II. Droop. It consists ot Ralph Lee,
Walter A. Brown, and J. Harry Cunningham.
President Mosea also announced tne
appointment of the delegate from the
Board ot Trade to the National Rivera
and Harbor Congress, to be held In
this city December 4, f, and C The dele-gau-s
are M. I. Weller, B. II. Droop,
George F. Schutt William T. OalUher,
and Thomas W. Smith.
A large attendance I expected at the
annual fall luncheon of the cotnmlttee
on membership, which will be held at
the New Fredonhv Hotel pext Wednes-
Healthy, Wrinkle-Free
Skin Easy to Have
(From The Woman Deautlful)
A dull, drab, muddy, complexion, or a
blotchy, pimply or freckled skin, can by
a quite simple, harmless and inexpen
sive method, be changed to one of
flower-like radiance and purity. One
ouhoo of common mercollzed wax, sold
by druggists generally, will remove the
most unsightly complexion In from one
to two weeks. By Its remarkable ab
sorptive powec the withered, faded, or
discolored layer of thin nlm-skln which
hides the healthier skin underneath, la
gradually flecked off In tiny, almost In
visible particle. This I done so gently
there I no Inconvenience;-and no traee
Is left on the skin except that of' en
hanced beauty. The was Is smeared
on lke cold cream before retiring,' and
removed In the morning with warm
water.
If the skin be wrinkled or saggy, a
face bath, by dissolving 1 ox. powdered
saxollte In M pt witch hazel will be
found most effective. Combining both
astringent and tonic properties, this
tightens the skin and .braces up It
supporting muscles.
It's Time You Bought a Home
These are the best years of your life. The time when you are fined to enjoy things most. Don't mistake this fact. Easy payment
terms are now pretty generally made, and they are lower than the rent you are now paying. But the question arises,
"Where and of Whom Should I Buy?
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, Lct's answer the last question first. Buy of a reliable firm one that can refer you to its' hundreds of purchasers as well as to every
business concern in and out of the city with whom it has had dealings during the years of its existence.
' Buy in a location that best suits your means, but one where there are positive assurances of continual betterment look 'to the .
future as .well as the present.
We Have Homes In Every Section
At least one of them is in the location you are thinking of buying. Before purchasing of any other real estate dealer or individual,
we ask that you make a comparison with one of our homes, quality for quality, price for price, and terms for terms. This is a little thing
to dobut it may mean much for YOU.
MTWe Do The Home Selling Business of Washington-!
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At High Vicsw
HIS is that section of Wash
ington 171 feet above
Penna. Ave. one of the
two highest elevations in the entire
city and within a few minutes' car
ride of the business and shopping
center.
Here we have continued to sell '
the homes faster than the builders
could construct them. It required
an extra force of builders to be able
to begin to meet the demand for
these homes this fall. But very
few now ready for immediate oc
cupancy are yet for sale. They
should be seen -at once.
You become the owner and
take immediate possession immedi
ately upon the payment of
$200 Cash
After this cash payment you
pay but 26.92 per month, just like
rent, until the full price of $3,300
has been paid.
These homes are of pressed
brick, reinforced-steel construction.
The have individualfront porches
and terraced lawns, deepback .yards
and back porches, six full rooms
and bath equipped with all modern
conveniences, including a heating
plant considerably larger than usu
ally specified for homes this size.
TO rllSPECT Take any G street
car marked "Brookland" or aNorth '
Capitol and W streets," get off at
Rhode Island avenue and walk one
square east.
H
At Warder & Newton
Streets N. W.
ERE we have the home of
the model kitchen. And
every other room is a model
of excellence.. It will appeal to you
as it has appealed to those who
have already bought.
Some exclusive features of this
home, in addition to those of the
model kitchen, are the open fire
places in the parlor, the glass col
onial doors that separate the hall
from the parlor and the parlor from
the dining room, wall decbrations
of the highest type, and bath room
complete in every detail, including
such features as glass and nickel
towel rods, needle shower baths
already installed, etc., an attic over
the entire house that will keep the
house cool in summer and warmer
than it would be otherwise in win
ter, and a particularly good place
for storage.
The cellar is as remarkable in
its way as any of the six rooms and
bath, having a front and rear en
trance and, in addition to being
equipped with a perfect heating
plant, it contains a model laundry
with stationary tubs, etc.
The price of this home is from
$3,975 to $4,250. A cash payment
of $300 entitles you to our easy
payment terms of $32.50 per
month.
.And don't overlook the advan
tages of the location, as these
homes adjoin the beautiful grounds
of the Soldiers' Home.
To inspect these homes take any
0th street car, get off at Park Road,
and it is but a moment's walk (east)
to Warder and Newton streets the
location of the properties, overlook
ing the beautiful grounds of the Sol
dier's Home.
At- Columbia Heights
73c
a Day
Buys This Home
WE have gone the limit on easy
payment terms here 73
cents a- day $5.11 a
week $22.50 per month.
And remember, these homes are
in the northwest a very-desirable
section of Columbia Heights.
There are full six rooms and
bath pressed brick front indi
vidual front porches terraced
lawns a modern heating plant
all modern conveniences. Such a
home at the price Has never before
been seen not even in less desir
able sections of the city. The
terms speak for themselves the
full price is $2,750, and you can
pay this entire amount, a month at
a time ($22.50.)
TO INSPECT Take any 11th
street car going northwest, get off at
Columbia Road -and walk-one square
east; or any 14th street car going
northwest, get off at Columbia road
and walk three squares east; or any
Ninth street car going-northwest, get
off at Columbia Road and walk one .
square west.
At 14th St Perry Sts.
N.W. "
THIS firm is responsible for the
great development of 14th
Street N.Wi We refer par
ticularly to that refined residen
tial section known as Columbia
Heights. Over 350 homes have
been sold by Us in this section.
Out of all these homes, we have
been told time and time again that
we have reserved the greatest value
until the last. .
If this is so, it was not inten-
tional but merely the improve
ment that time and experience has
given us. Certain it is, that here is
a home value unsurpassed in this
section.
One of the most remarkable
facts about this home and the fact
that should appeal to you, is that
a cash payment of but $300 is re
quired to secure immediate owner
ship and possession. The balance
can be paid in amounts that we
guarantee to you to be less than
such a home would rent for.
These are the homes of hard
wood floors upstairs as well as
downstairs your choice of hot
water or hot air heat fireplaces in
both parlors and dining rooms
homes with extra deep front ter
raced lawns and extra deep rear
yards four porches.
TO INSPECT Take any 14th
street car going northwest. Get off at
14th and Perry streets and you are
right at the properties.
Our FREE AUTO Service
Thl service Is for the free accommodation of. those Interested In any of our properties. It does not obligate ou
In any way. in fact, we will be glad to take you to any other properties at the same time, so that you can make com
parison! Just drop a postal or phone Main & for thl FREE aJTO Service, and we will call for you and bring you
back again.
SHANNON & LUCHS
713 14th Street N. W.
Look For Our Green and White Sign
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