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THE WASHINGTON TDIE3. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1912.
ENDS SERVICE AS
Rev. Mr. Verbrycke Leaves
Gurley Memorial to Go to
Vineland, N. J.
After nineteen yeara" service a pai
tor of the Qurley Memorial Presbyterian
Church, the Rev. J. nussell Verbrycke
today terminated hla pastorate, and on
November t will leave for Vineland, N.
J., whero he will assume charge of the
l'lrat Presbyterian Church.
Communion was celebrated this morn
ing', and the pastor made a short talk,
bidding his congregation good-by. Fri
day night, October 25, the women of the
church will give the pastor and his
family a reception In the chapel of the
filnco becoming pastor of the Gurley
Memorial PreBbj terlan Church, the Ilev.
Mr. Verbrycke' has taken In 615 new
An eflort Is being made by the congre
gation to secure a new site and erect
a new church building.
The Rev. Robert I. Fults, pastor of
the Epworth Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, will preach a special
sermon tonight at 7:30 o'clock on "A
Bervico With a Heart In It."
The las( of a scries of four sermons
om the hereafter will bo preached at
7:45 o'clock at the Fifth llaptlst Church
by the pastor, tho 1U:V. John E. Brlggs.
His subject will be "Degrees In Heaven
and Hell." William J. Palmer will be
In charge of a special choir of seventy
The fourth of a series of special ser
mons on "A Divine Equipment Against
Satan's Wiles." will bo preached to
night at 7:45 o'cjlck at the Immanuel
Baptist Church by the pastor, the Rev.
Hermon S. Plnkham. His subject will
he "The Shield of Faith."
Tonight at 8 o'clock the Rev. Dr.
Samuel Woodrow, pastor of the First
Congregational Church, will lecture on
"The Ethics of the Liquor Traffic."
Claims Hold-Up Men
Got $20 From Him
John W. Clove, 1303 II street north
east, reported to the police early this
morning that two white men held him
up at Third street and McLean avenue
southnest, nt 2:30 o'clock this morning,
and robbed him of $S0.
He describes the men as being eight
een or nineteen years old; ono of them
five feet five Inches, stoutbulld, dark
complexion and dark clothes, with a
light felt hat. and the other about live
feet seven Inches, slender build, dark,
dark clothes and sap.
MAY CHANGE TITLE
Engineer and Property Owners Will Discuss Proposal to
Deed Holdings to Government for Reclama
WABHINOTON TIME8 DUnEAU,
ANACOSTIA, D. C. Oct. It.
A conference has been arranged for
Col. W. C. Langfltt, engineer officer In
charge of river and harbor .Improve
ments at Washington, and Anacostla
property owners, to be held Tuesday,
concerning the proposal that the owners
of the lands under water along the Ana
costla river between Anacostla and
Twining City deed to the United States
their titles In order that the reclama
tion of the Anacostla flats between the
towns named :nay be proceeded with at
Maurice Otterback, of the Anacostla
Citizens' Association, has arranged for
the meeting. Other citizens who will be
present, and whose holdings represont
nt least one-half of the property at
Isssue are Alexander D. Garden and Os
car C. Drothers, Jr. The list of land
owners between the Anacostla bridge
and Twining City, a portion of the
project on which no reclamation work
has been done, pending the settlement
of the question of title to the land on
the water front, comprises the follow
ing: Oscar C. Brothers, Jr., Alexander
13. Garden, John A. Garden, Arthur C.
daiden, the estate of the late John E.
Ueri-ell, Eva R. Maler, Joseph Miller,
and Henry A. Stretterger.
Men who have become Insane In the
service of the United States, or from
causes Incident to such service, continue
to be received at the Governmental los
pltal for the Insane from different sec
tions of the country. A short time ago
the National Home for Disabled Volun
teer Soldiers In Tennessee sent eleven
ex-soldiers to the asylum and another
quota came from tho Dayton, Ohio,
branch of the same Institution.
Within the last few days eighteen
former soldiers, who served In the civil
war, have been admitted from the
Togus, Me., branch of the National
Homo for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers.
They ranged In years from fifty to
seventy. From Mendlclno. Cat., nine
teen sailors gathered from various parts
oi me service, nave ueen uumuieu.
George O. Walaon. president of the
Anacostla Bank, who Is the cashier of
the Metropolitan Bank, of Washington,
Is spending his vacation In making a
tour of Canadian cities.
Arnold W. Barbour, of the office of
tho Government Hospital for the In
sane, la a visitor1 In New 'York, where
he will see tho naval review.
Miss Louise Coomes, of Bal Alton,
Md., Is the guest of the Misses Waflien,
In U atreet
George Anderson, well known In local
musical circles, has Joined the choir of
St. Stephen's Protestant Eplaopal
Church, In Waahlngton.
St. Teresa's Altar Society has opened
a week's "rummage" sale In a Good
IIodo road shon. Mrs. U. S. Howser.
tho organisation's president. Is In charge
or a sum oi woman assistants.
Policeman Frank Waters captured
two colored boys yesterday who had
made their escape from tho Industrial
Home School at Blue Plains, D. C,
They were Lorenzo Banks, sixteen, and
Clarence Stewart, fifteen. They said
they were on their way to the Municipal
Building to procuro their releaso from
CLAIMS OF TAFT
PLEDGE SUPPORT TO
All Denominations and
Faiths. Included in Fight
Oklahoma Candidates Stand Eight
to Ten for Colonel
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla., Oct It
Eight of the Republican electors In
Oklahoma have publicly denied being
for Taft, although the Republican na
tional committee claims the entire Okla
homa electoral ticket with two excep
tions. Of the ten candidates for elector on
the Republican ticket, W. L. McWIII
lams, of Miami, Is for Taft, but he has
said he will vote for Roosevelt rather
than for (Vllson. O. M. nick, of Okla
homa City, says he Is personally for
Tart, but intends to vote with the ma
jority. When the statement In which the Re
publican national committee claimed
Oklahoma was made public, the elec
toral candidates commenced using the
long-distance telephone to Progressive
headquarters. Almost to a man they
said they would vote for Colonel Roose
That tho movement Ibr the observance
of October 27, as Tuberculosis Day,
made by the association for the pre
vention of the disease, wilt be well sup
ported by the people here Is evidenced
by the replies received from tho clergy
men of tho city In response to a letter
sent out by the association Inviting the
co-opcratlon of the churches.
The list Includes RabbJ Abram Simon,
pastor of the Washington Hebrew Con
gregation; Dr. R. II. MfcKIm, pastor of
the Church of the Epiphany; Mgr. Wil
liam T, Russell, pastor of St. Patrick's
Church; Dr. Paul A. Mcnzel, pastor of
Concordia Lutheran Church; Dr.
Charles Wood, pastor of the Church of
the Covenant; Dr. C. It. Stetson, pas
tor of St. Mark's Episcopal Church; Dr.
John Van Schalck, Jr., pastor of the
Church of Our Father: Dr. J. J. Dlmon,
pastor of St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church: Dr. J. W. Frtzzell. pastor of
Ingram Memorial Congregational
Church; Dr. Mrrrltt Earl, pastor of
Congress Heights eMthodlst Episcopal
Church: Dr. II, L. Kultz, pastor of Ep
worth Methodist Episcopal Church: Dr.
J. E. RTIggs, pastor of the Fifth Bap
Dr. II, B. Angus, pastor of Peck
Chapel; Dr. T. 13. Davis, pastor of
Westminster Presbyterian Church;
Dr. Paul It. Hlcknk. pastor of Metro
politan Presbyterian Church, and Dr.
It. K. Harris, pastor of Israel African
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Recently the association has asked
the Commissioners of the District to
Include In their estimates requests
for money for school nurses, munici
pal tuberculosis nurses and to pro
vide for the erection of sharks at
the Municipal Tuberculosis Hospital
for the treatment of Incipient cases.
The matter has also been brought
to the attention or the Board of Ed
ucation and the Board of Charities.
Is Going to Chicago
Huntington Wilson. Assistant Secre
tary of State, will leave tomorrow noon
for Chicago to register preparatory to
voting next month. While In Chicago
he will make two speeches, on Octo
ber 17 and 18, In support of the record
of the Taft Administration. Mr. Wil
son will return to Washington next
M&rfland's Call to Pro
gressives To all men, irrespective of
their party affiliations, who be
lieve with us in these principles,
and in the desirability of the
election of Mr. Roosevelt as a
means of their realization, wo
extend a cordial invitation to
Join this League, either by en
rolling their names at headquar
ters, 1306 and , 1307 Fidelity
Building, Baltimore, or by writ
ing their names to the secretary,
Robert Burton, Esq., at that ad
dress. Call issued by the Pro
gressive League of Maryland.
BY DEMOCRATS HERE
Resolutions Condemn Ambition To
Become Warwick of 1912
George W. Perkins was the subject
of much attention In the resolutions
adopted by the Wilson and Marshall
Democratic Club of the District of
Columbia at Its regular meeting In
the Southern Building, The resolu
tions condemned the alleged ambition
of Mr. Perkins to bocome "the War
wick of the 1912 Presidential cam
paign." Judge J. If. Blount, for many
years a customs Judge In the Philip
pines, presented the resolutions.
The International Harvester Com
pany was brought Into the resolu
tions. It Is recited that this com
pany In the last ten years .has col
lected from the Government (4.000,000
In rcbatts or refunds from tho ex
port tax on hemn In fhn Phltlnnln.
Islands and that, because of this and
tho connection of Mr. Perkins with
the comany. It Is dangerous for tho
country to have Mr. Perkins have
any Influence with the Administra
tion. Addresses were made by Rise Hooe,
T. W. Patterson. Charles II. Turner,
nnd Judge Blount. The themes of
the addresses Included commendation
of President Taft as "an honest and
upright mnn," attacks on Colonol
Roosevelt and laudation of Governor
llson as "the irreat statesman who
will save this country from the rule
of tho trusts." Former Congressman
Charles II. Turner, of Now York, out
lined the history of tariff legislation.
PARADE WITH HOLY
Twenty-five Bands Will
Have Part in Big Celebra
tion Here Next' Sunday. .
Diamond Bracelet Lost
The police haw been, asked" to aid In
the search, for a diamond bracelet 'lost
by Mrs. James D. Anderson, of the
Cairo apartment house, .yesterdar.
When the big parade of the Hcjy
Name Societies of the various Catholic
parishes In Washington, Baltimore,
Frederick, Cumberland, and Alexandria
Is held In this city next Sunday after
noon, fully 14,000 men and boys are ex
nectfvt ta he tn line.
The parade will be headed by Patrick J iAyHeis!nw
J. Hnltlgan. editor of the National III- "' active, ex.
btrnlan. and reading clerk In the House ! fSSJ WSSrWESi
of Representatives. Mr. Haitlgan will iffJ222 gJS'gtf
act as chief marshal. inniwiiiuinuo
The societies wU form In line at the "ftJEIKgSg,,?,
ist front of tho Capitol and march It Is wrttua in aw. plain
or are troubled with
Ringing Nolitt In i hi Hitd
My Illustrated Free Bak CwrtalM i
JOYFUL NEWS '
I do not ofreryoa makeshifts sochsssrtl-
flclal ear drams or other apparatus; Ida not
approve of saturating- your system with bablU
fbrmlnr dross. I am not content to merely
give yon a brief period of relief from, deafness
but mv ajm !
TO CURE YOU PERMANENTLY
east front of tho Capitol and march It U writUa in ?. ii
. ., ...., ... .- i. ... Unsnajra M Is Ilia
along i-enuBivuiim siciuu m lutmiiu tmted.Ittausroaluipois.
street, then south on Fifteenth street JJfflJB'-'S'iS.'iJa
to the Monument grounds, where, from lhr ? protabir n..r
a siana, auaresics win oe uenvcrea oy & caralwfon.-It u
ana citizens, wnose unriRttiM;Mun
boat the one Method
you should adopt sua
which Is compsHUT-Jf
DEAFNESS IS DANGEROUS
Thar aiwmra waa sot.. 4aMrla attar iMf bit with
UlarallM sr rafSa .pa4t.f aat.ai.MlM. at af ac tanl?
a.af aaraaa eta toUafe. AKl.auuUwMhtnlSsMhar
jtssow Othert tt torrtmo Them to Bhout at Tom
Prtttnti Torn from Knjcynj ThtalrthCoccrU,tic
ttmktt Tom FtilaDort nhtn is Company
Jhmdtrt lour Ettteeu iniluiintuor BoetatTw
JStop Ton from tUartna Bteett Boumdi of Natwrw
jm utuaitv AHtea mlA fferx
names will be announced aome time this
More than twenty-nve bands will be
In the parade. They will bo massed on
the monument grounds after the parade
ni! olav In unison, "KolyjQod, We
Praise Thy Name," nnd "The Star
Spanxled Banner." . .
liniiimnr win send the largest dele
gation. It Is expected that over. 4.00
members of the society will come rrom
that rltv. Sneclal trains will be run
to handle the visitors. Accompanying
the Baltimore contingent will be tne hi.
Rev. Bishop Carrlgan. the Rev. Den
nis M. McCormlck, and the Rev. U J.
Col Jerome J. Joyce Is president of
the Archdlocesan union of the Holy
Name Societies and will bo given the
place of honor at the head of the
ptirade Immediately following the chief
marsnai, air. uaiugan. nt from the verv outset. Itlsabookformen
..TV !w ?.'?.ccitn v,.ce-,PriVqln' and women of any age. It fearlessly espeiea
Michael D. Kchaeffer. of Washington. thefrandsUiatpreyuponthosewhoaredeaf.lt
nnd Peter Dovle. of Bt. Patricks .hAw.i-Mi ka N-t,i t--i-nttvtaii-.
I Church. Mt. Savage, of the western i for you to rive her a chance to nnnif Unur
i Maryland section, also will occupy ; help roa. Thlsbook.voumayaay, 5??V'
places oi nonor at tne ncaa oi tne line. is WORTH ITS WKIOHT IN rtnrtbl
l cose it-is.iam
use of ncnninu
thai jm mills
i ffertousneu tind Veivoitdeiuyf
f ? an t-oaailac a llttli biri-ff al
rfw nam oral wir
ata-auiaea aian-a. ar D.M mm an proMM
SHORTENING YOUR LIFE
My book tells you bow I have cured cues
hleh hare been given np as hopeless, it ex
plains wherein you may gain wonderful ben-
Claimed by Death
RICHMOND, Va., Oct. 13.-Robert G.
Rennolds, member of the board of al
dermen and one of the leading citizens
of Richmond, died of Brlght's disease
I QOLD to.roa, yet it wilt cost
yoa nothing bat toe. expense of ntnninw
a postcard or stamp la writing for ED ETC
It. Dontpassthlsbyandsayit rjl-
is like the rest of them I am disappointed and
discouraged," but get the book now aid bat
surprised Joyous at tho prospect of a
SPEEDY, LIFELONG, HOME CURE
I Throw aafderourpreJadloeoTtr rit faHnres,
no matter what tad lock jou mar lta.ro hjul rn with
skated siwWillau. Mr book shows you wbr ther so
u. """, i" " iiRiim "i orton fHfajutclTM yon troplotflrecUons.for toning
at his home he"re early today, after an . whether yoor own , ! hopeless or probably
Illness of several months. ' -"""I?,! V'SifZS'fJiTSSVti
He was vice president of the Rich- fcnl &at?$lig&&i
mond Foundry and Manufacturing. ntely free. Keep this sdrertuemeiit A&nmi
Company and was connected with other I DR. CEO, E. COUTANT.
business enterprises. station E, 368B . Now York, ri.Y,
MONDAY h HBARGAIN DAY h MONDAY
FOR 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 these
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 been"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.
Regardless f4 AA
of CondilioD M -Wr
ah ii.i m 4awjIi-v rt-nnlred and re
modeled into latest desi&ns. Wedding
.lr.o ma Ha trt nriipr fit 81.011 nOllCC.
iiinr i""w ; -
Lowest possible prices.
Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry
h04 E Street N. W.
rturs and carpets cleaned
on the floor cheaply and
neatly without dust or trou
ble to you. Salesman for
all kinds ot cleaners, IS to
Demonstration and estl
mates for cleaning- free.
C I BEAX.E,
MG tth at. X. W.
3-IMere Suit to Order,
$25 up v
Many rreavea and fab
rics to pick from. We
also do pressing, clean
Ins;, and alterlajr. We
call for and deliver
43 II SI. .V W.
Rug and Carpet Manufacturing
Reliable Rug Weaving Co. '
A. I.. Danano, Prop., ?0i R. I. av. nw.
nugs woven to order from silk
curtains, rag carpets, old carpets,
and all other floor coverings.
Call, write or phone N. U3. Will
call with samples and estimates.
'lC ' T
A WORD TO THE LADIES
It Is no ase to set a 923 mult for
(2.1 vrfcea you caa set a fSO suit
Ladles' Tailor aad Deslgaer,
la aoor, Keaola Did, llta A O Sts.
Drop head ttlnser,
wneeirr ana ICvll
C Blnner. .2R: Ex
celsior. $12: Wilcox
and Glbbs, SIS; Ilox
Tops, all makes, JG.
New MiVhlnes on easy
The Serrinc Machine Man,
Cor. 3d and H Sts. N. W.
Telephone Mala 3233.
October 14, will be
At HARVEY'S STUDIO
438 7th St. Cor. 7th and E
Clip out this coupon, present It
at our studio and have your baby's
picture made absolutely free.
RUGS Woven from Old Carpets
"Tcu get beautiful rugs made out o f your old carpets.
Send postal or phone Main 4629 and we'll call and get your carpets.
The Washington Rug Weaving Co.
931 5th Street N. W.
Look These Prices Over
Cutlcura Soap, cake 10c
Witch Hazel, pint 20c
Malted Milk 4Sc and 83a
Malted Milk, hospital size 3.00
Woodbury's Cream 10a
Grapo Juice, pint 20c, quart 40a
Peroxide Hydrogen, 4 oz 8c
Peroxide Hydrogen, pint v..2to
7&c Mellln's Food UOc
Full Line of School Supplies.
Phone Your Orders
Hills Drug Store
3269 M ST.
We Pay 3
on Your Savings
Start an Account Tomorrow
The Potomac Savings Bank
Wisconsin Are. and M St.
E. F. POWELL
TVIshea to announce to hi patrons
In Georgetown aad vicinity that
Purchased Entire Stock of
John T. Wood
he has removed to his new aad
larger store at
3144 Ml St. N. W.
Beautiful Post Cards
They Will Please You, Will Please Your Friends
WELLER'S DRUG STORE, T
White Madras Waists,
former price 11.00,
On Sale Monday Only
Get In early, as tho supply Is lim
ited. J. SNEIDER
3271-73 M Street N. W.
BARGAINS IN PA1.1, SUITS.
23 Suit made to order for 10.10.
The aTeatevt bargains In fall suits in
Trousers Made to Order.
Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed.
We Do Itepalrlnc, Cleanlnc and Dyelnc
ot Indies' and dent's Butts.
I. SACKS 3233-35 M St. N. W.
I sell the beau
at half the price
asked for the same
, Grade piano by
See me and save
JOSffH HALL CHASE PIANO CO.
1307 G Street N. W.
CTWatch for the name and number
and Fine Straw"
Clraurd and lie.
Mocked at Iledured
Ilatts During This
uUCvK, Ttae Hatter
820 tth X. W. Phone Slain 8.174
Set With Diamonds and Pearls
?aJy 50c a Week
935 Pcnna. Avenue
0. K. Paper Fasteners
A Handy Artide
20c per box of 100
$1.85 per 1,000
P.D. Morrison SlationeryCo.
Phone 31 1232.
U1H 14th Hi. N. W.
II EM' ' II
Made To Order For Dens and
Pattern and Model Maker
462 Maine Ave. S.W.
Phone Main 37W.
SPECIAL FOR 3 DAYS
Ladles' J1.00 Tailored Waists, sale
75c 81x90 Eeamless Sheets, sale
Boys' and Girls' Extra Quality!
Seamless nibbed Hose, sizes 6 to 10;
best wearing quality you -an buy;
rale price, 2 pairs for 25c.
W. H. BURCH
806-808 H St. N. E.
A Relief for
iieadaciie: and NUimALaiA,
s rowuiiiis, s errs.
One Powder and repeat in 30
minutes If necessary.,,
NO MOIII'HINR. OPIUM, OK
TYREE & CO.
15th and H Sts. N. E.
Washlnston, D. C.
WASHINGTON FURNITURE CO., 1510-12 7th Street N. W.
MOVING, PACKING, SHIPPING
Storing a Specialty Phone North 2270
Old Furniture Taken in Exchange For Moving and Packing
Beautiful Fall Pictures
Ton can haxc llicm just ns well as not. They're easy to get. A
KODAK does the trick.
WELLER'S DRUG STORES
Eighth and Eye Sts. S. E.
These prices speak for themselves standard roods at cat prices,
L. P. LUSBY CW!!A F-cap. sts.
Fancy Sugar Cured Ifam. . , , . .18c
Fine Granulated Sugar, lb.... Site
Kxtra Selected Potatoes, peck.. 25c
It cans Campbell'a lleans U.1c
3 cans Tomatoes 25c
"Sncet Wrinkle" Ps, can..12He
Fancy Blend uolTee, lb 23c
Phone line. 1013
23c bottle Mnboth Urape Juice, 17'4c
2Ro bottle Olives 13c
Mason's Quart Jars, ilosen SOo
0 rake "Star" or Ollne" Hoap, 23c
Tall can Pink Salmon., XOo
t-iu. can Itaro syrup ....Mo
New Buckwheat nnd Pancake Flour, package
Oysters, Oysters, Oysters 25c Qt.
Get vour Norfolk Oysters, Fish and Poultry at the CLEAN
EST MARKET IN THE CITY.
A W TAYF OR EASTERN MARKET
JC IT 1 1 J-IV1 PHONE UNO. 2207