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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1912. . ,
WASHINGTON MAN '
HI1ED BELLE OF
Garnett Gilbert Loeffler to
Marry Miss Helen Eld
I ridge, of Kensington.
arbitration, delivered an address on
"Peace and Arbitration."
The member of tho Horticultural
Society of Sandy Spring, hls..county.
presetted a solid silver vat ,toi the aec.
retary of the aoctety, lira. Elisabeth B.
Iddlngs, at a recent meeting. Upon the
vaie was enslaved, "In Appreciation of
Forty-four Yeara of Faithful Servloe."
The presentation speech waa by Alban
a. Thorn. ,
A movement Is on foot at Kenplnsto.
this county, to raise funds with milch
to purchase flre-flghtlng apparatus for
the town,' At a' recent meetlng'of cltl
ens, (165 waa subscribed, and It Is
hoped to Increase the amount to 1800.
Fire Marshal Nicholson, of Washington,
has promised to give Ms advice In so
lectin the apparatus best suited to the
ROCKVILLE, Md., Oc. 13.-Invltatlons
fiave been issued for tmS marriage In
St. Paul'-. Methodist Church, at Ken
sington, nsxLThursday evening, of Miss
Helen Eldrldge, daughter of Mr, and
lire. Watson W. Etdiidge, of Kerning,
ton, and Qarnett Gilbert Loeffler, of
Miss Katherlno Morrlssey, of Green,
vllle. Miss., and John D. Wacker, of
New York city, were married a law
days ago at the liome of the brlde'a
sister, Mrs. W. E. Offutt, near Pooles'
IUe, this county. In the presence of a
lew relatives and friends. They left
lor New York, , where, they will make
The quarterly meeting of the Ortho
dox Friends Is In session at Ashton, thfs
county. It began last evening and will,
continue through tomorrow. Last even.
Ing William Dennis, of the State De
partment A Washington, who was sent
to south Africa to represent his Gov
ernment In the Interest of peace and
The principals of the various high
schools of Montgomery county held a
meeting In the high school building
hero yesterday, about twenty teachers
and others attending. Prof. 'Earlo D.
Wood, county superintendent of-achools,
was In charge. Interesting discussions
of high school work, participated In by
nearly all present, marked the session.
Boy Arrested in Act
Of Stealing Bicycle
Thomas Brown, a .fourteerf-year-old
colored boy, living In Bladensburg, was
arrested by Policemen Elliott, of the
First precinct, yesterday In the act of
stealing a bicycle from In front of a
3 and 10-cent store In 8ventli street.
At th station house the boy Is said to
have admitted the theft of three bi
During the last lew weeks a large
number of wheels havo been taken from
In front of stores In Seventh street.
Policeman Elliott was detailed to look
for the thief.
BE CELEBRATED AT
District Knights Will Join in
' Commemorating Discov
ery of America.
Elaborate celebration of tho ioth an
niversary of the discovery of America
by Columbus will be conducted this
evening at Poll's Theater by District
Knights of Columbus, tho program be
ginning at 1.30 o'clock. Not since the
Columbus monument was Unveiled at
the Union Station plaza last June have
so many members of the order been as
sembled In one place as promise to at
tend tonight's meeting.
Addresses by John Barrett, Commis
sioner Cuno II. Iludolph, and the Rev.
Charles Warren Currier, with an open
ing speech by the chairman of the even
ing, Edward P. Harrington, State dep
uty of tho Knights, constitute the
speaking portion of tho program. Music
will be given by a quartet consisting of
Frank Warner, Raymond Tompkins, R,
Edward Hall, and Edson B, Ilrowno: by
three ,ololt, William Clabaugh, Phillip
Leo Scantling, and Glen W. Ashley, and
by Caldwell's orchestra.
The papal delegate to this country,
Mgr. Bonzano, Is expected to occupy a
place on the platform, and a large num
ber of tho Roman Catholic clergy of
the District will also be In the theater.
The celebration Is In charge of Wash
ington Chapter jot the Knights, and the
executive committee for the evening
consists of thVohalrman of the chap
ter, William P, Normoyle, and the, five
grand kntghta of the councils, who are
Dr. Joseph A. Mudd, Charles W. Darr,
William J. Magee, Richard A Ciirtla,
and George F. McAvoy.
Reception This Afternoon to New
ly Elected Nations)
P. T.,Moran, of this city,' recently
elected a national director of the Ancient
Order of Hibernians, will be the guest
of honor at, a reception at i o'clock this
afternoon by the 2,000 members of tho
Hibernians and the ladles' auxiliary of
the order In the District. The reception
will take "place at" Eagles' Hall, Sixth
and E- streets northwest
Addresses of congratulation wilt be
delivered by Commissioner Cuno II,
Rudolph, the Right Rev. J. T. J. Shahan,
rector of the Cathollo University; Mon-
slgnor William T. Russell, Judge W. II
De Lacy, Comptroller of the Currency
L. O. Murray, Director Joseph E. Ralph,
tho Rev, Ignatius Fealy, State chaplain
of the Hibernians; the Rev. O. A.
Dougherty, past State chaplain; the
Rev. Connolly, chaplain of Division No,
8; Prof. Joseph Dunn, of the Cathollo
University of America.
ILL TRY FLIGHT
If Successful, It Will Be First
Time Monoplane Has
.'Sailed Over City. 4
Harold Kantner, tho Moisant aator
at College Park, ' expects to attempt a,
night over Washington one day this
woe1c. If he Is successful, It will be the
first time In the history of tho city that
a monoplane naa sailed over It. Paul
lleck, who was killed three k6eks ago,
had planned to fly over the Capital in
his Columbia monoplane.
The Molaant monoplane made three
pretty nights at College Park yesterday
afternoon, two by Kantner and one by
Miss Uernetta A. Miller. Mora than
threo hundred persons witnessed the
Thero were no flights by the army
aviators at College Park, but Lieut
Harold Qelger made two spins over the
Potomac liter at the War College In his
Curtlsa "flying boat" On one trip he
hew down to Alexandria. On the sec
ond trip he went almost as far, carry
ing with him as his passenger, Cnpt.
Charles DaForest Chandler."
A heavy north wind up the Chesa
peake Beach prevented Lieut Theodore
O. Ellyson, of the naval flying squad
ron at Annapolis, from attempting a
flight to Washington yesterday.
IN ARTILLERY FIRE
Maneuvers at Fort Riley to In
elude Experiments; With 4
Aeroplanes will be used experimentally
at Fort Riley, Kan., drtng the .Utter
part of October lor determining. In
connection with the employment of ar
tillery, the position of the hypothetical
enemy and the effect of the fire. Capt
F. R. Uenneuy, Second Ueut H. II
Arnold, and Second Lieut Thomas
DeW. Milling havo been detailed for
(temporary duty at Fort Riley.,
The experiments .will call not only
for careful observationbut for experi
ments with different methods of sig
naling. After the enemy has been lo-.
catea tno scout aeroplane win do up
der'the necessity of getting, tha Infor
mation to the' field artillery. Several
methods of signaling will be experi
mented with, wireless included. These
signals will be required also In re
porting to the land forces tha effect
of tha lire.
The general effect of artillery Ire
may bo Indicated by the direction of ins
aeroplane, the machine swerving to tho
right to Indicate to the artillerymen
that, they are firing too far to tha left
or rice "versa. This method haa been
tried In France, but la open to the ob
jection that an aerobian may be re
quired to shift Its course for reasons
not within the control of the aviator.
It Is not expected that bomb-throwing
or shtll-nrtng devices, attachable to
aeroplanes, will be tried during the ex
perimental work at Fort Riley.
An Injunction- has been. Issued Irj the-
District Supreme Court against certain -
claimant toUhe property pfraed tr fliett
Louise Home at Fifteenth street and
Massachusetts avenue," enjoining them
from Claiming ah trlterestMn? the estate
of Tench Rlngold. '
the defendants In the action are Marie
Oouvcneur, Harriet Rogers, Mary C.
Rogers, Elisabeth Key, P. B. Key,
Tench Rlpgold, and James Monroe, "
while the plaintiffs, who are trustees
of the property, are Judge A. II. Hag
ner, William Corcoran Hill, and John
M. Johnson. '
Nfxdine Face Powder
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Monty Batk iffl ,
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The soft, vrivtty
main until pow
der Is washed off. ' .'
Purified by a new
unburn-and ''return of cUseoioratlons '
The Increasing popularity is wonderful
Whlu, Flu, Brunttu Bt
toilet counter! or man. rncc ov casts
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SUITS at $15.00
Those Pictured Below and Many Others
Every Latest Moment Style
All the fashionable Materials
Black and All Colors
More important man-tailored
throughout, guaranteed to retain
their graceful contour indefinitely.
A model for every type of woman
in sizes 34 to 44, and girls of years
14 to 18.
A. LISNER Hoars 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. G STREET
HATS at $6.98
Those Pictured Below and Many Other.
HatS for Every Suit :HatsthJtar8to.everyesse4tial
' as good as those sold at $10.00 are
HatS for Every FaC to be oiuy $6.98-the. Greater
u a aa j c r j Palais Royal "Birthday Presents "
HatS Made tO Order that will surely be appreciated.
In Morning Papers
This, list of "Birthday Presents' Is
supplementary to the lists printed in
the Star and Post.
The Girls' Shop
Plain Tailored and Norfolk Suits, In,
sizes 13, IS. 17 for Juniors; 01 Q QQ
and 14. 16, 18. 20 for misses.., X6.70
Johnnie Coats, blue, gray and brown:
.sites 14, 18, 18 and 10 years; QQ
110 values ...f (PtJwO
''One-piece Sergei Dresses, blue, brown
and wine; Bengallne and plaid pr (t
11X. trimmings; 7.W values..., DJ.VU
The Boys' Shop
mouses and Shirts, with and without
collars; madras, percale, chambray. etc;
blouses, 3-16 years; shirts, 12-14 QQ
necltbands. Value Wo OuL
Combination Suits (5 pairs pants),
Norfolk and double-breasted models, In
tans, browns and grays In various pat-
j School suits, double-breasted and Nr
'folk styles; well cut and strongly
made: some havo two pairs CJQ rfr
trousers; 6-17,ears; 3 alues DO.lO
The Baby's Shop
Coats, corduroy, double-breasted front
and box back: plenty of the scarce navy
blue and brown; 2 to 0 years; (to OO
44 00 values...'. 9j5.70
School Dresses, gingham, rep and
galatea; good washing colors; new
(styles; button all the nay down tho
'back to hem; 6 to 14 years; QQn
U aluei OOC
Pour-pleco Bet sweater, Icgglns, cap
and mitts of soft wool. In all white
or with borders In colors; 6 (g-f rjn
months to 3 years Set for.... wJUlU
Infants' Caps, china or faille silk;
tucked and embroidered; dainty OfCn
'styles, alucs Wc uO
The Men's Shop
"MadcwcU" Dei by nibbed Batbrlg-
gan unirts ana Drawers? 11 00
Wool Fleecc-llned Shirts and
Drawers: tl 00 nlu
, Heavy Ribbed Balbrlggun Shirts
and Drawers; SOc value
1 Colored Shirts stlrt bosoms;
dulls attached: SI CO value
Wool Sweaters, gray, brown,
navy and maroon; U CO value..
Faultless Pajamas, stripes
and plain colors: (2 60 value...
Tics, four-ln-hand; COo
HodRmnii uola uona uaincoais, ruD
berlzed cloth; Milne AM CQ
IlairHo'se.'sampicsV'vaiue's to 10.
50l 3 pairs Mc Pair XOU
"JJotasomo" Silk Half Hose; OK
60o value. 3 pnlrs Jl 00 Pair UtlU
Gloves, KnKllslvCape Walking rjKn
Gloves; JIO0 value '''
Rigaud's "Mary Garden" Perfume, 25c Bottle Presented
With Each 50c Jar of Riker's Imported Cold Cream. For Tomorrow Only
Worrlen'a 'Onyx" Lisle and Cot
ton Hose, double 'sole, high heels,
black and tan; also Children's Rib
bed Hose, black and tan; in.
values 26c; pair J.9C
Manufacturers' and selling
agenta' samples of Women's
Black and Colored Lisle Hose,
plain and fancy. Value up OC
to 60 pair...... ..,.1, ttuSe
Women's '"Onyx" 'Hose; pure
thread silk, garter top, dou
ble, aoleai black and 'tan. CQM
Value., $l.0,alr i OJJC
Wotnen's Pure Thread Silk Hose,
plain and silk embroidered, fji;.
Vale, 1.4 M -.... J70C
Women' Union Suits, medium
weight and fleeced lined. Also
separate vests land pants, and
Children's "Merode" vesta QQa
an'd pants. Value, SOc OVK
Women' "Merode" Pine Ribbed
Vest. Pants. Ttglits, and en
Corset Cdyert, Value. 7Sftf, OUC
Women's "Merode" Union Suits,
medium weight, high and low
neck, long and short sleeves,
ankle and knee length. Cqa
Value; 7c v. ,. OUC
Women's Union Suits, fleeced
lined and medium weight, high
and low neck; also, boys' gray
merino Jinlon suits. Value, 7Qp
"Merode" Fine Ribbed 'Union
Suits, all styles, Including
tha new Dutch neck. Value, w
$1.50 .,; i 51.W
Women's Italian Silk Vests, re
enforced shield, white, pink, and
light blue. Value, (1 QQ
1.6 ,...... tOp
Women'a Italian 811k Bloomers,
white, pink, and blaok. 1 QQ
Value, tLZS 0X.O7
On Third Floor
Sacquoa, Kimonos, Aprons,
Downs. Skirts, Combinations,' Cov
ers, Flannelette or Knit Skirts,
Drawer and chemise. EOc Afjn
to 9o garments ...frll
Long and Short Kimonos, House
Dresses, Petticoats, Gowns. Com
binations, Drawers, Princess Slips,
and any other 2,00 gar- tjl rjrr
ment 9X I
Petticoats, of all Bilk. taffeta or
messallne. With fitted tops and
pleafed flounces; white, black, and
all the new fall colors. CI nrj
23.00 alue WJ-.t I
House Dresses of Percale, King,
ham, chambray, and madras, light
and darkr cAlors, with or without
collars. (Some with dust cap
only two to a customer.) llQQ
Lone Kimonos of flannelette,
daisy cloth, or serpentine crepe.
Plain colors or with Oriental de-
U signs. Some with ribbon bor- QQ
ders; all color. $1 value.,.. OJC
RSBBalBMiSMS II ' ' im iBV
Over one thousand pieces of
"Leather Goods," each one differ
ent. The samples of the leading
manufacturer of Frankfort, Ger
many, where the world's best
"Leather Goods" arc made.
50c to $50.00 Value8 are $1 to $10
"Leather Goods" are converted by these clever Germans into
many useful and ornamental -articles, some wth only a touch of
leather to them. An abridged list below 0 the articles you'll find
here tomorrow, on table near Eleventh street door.
. Hand Bags. Jewel Cases, Traellng Plcturo Frames, Clocks, Bottle
Sets. Cigar Cases, Mirrors, Sen Ing Cases, Auto Cases, Auto -Kit Sets,
Traveling noils. Scissor Sots, Manicure Sets. Medicine Cases, Ash Trays,
Purses, Bcwlng Baskets. Cigarette Cases, Pocket Books, Drinking Cup Sets,
Auto Tea Sots, Military Brushes, Pocket Sets.
Umbrellas, plain and fane trim
med handle, 28 and JS Inch (j1 FTQ
frames. J2.O0 value iDX.II
Silk Umbrellas, black and colors;
trimmed handles: 18 und IS On o
Inch frames; J3.60 talue.... W4J.01
10 ixr cent off all umbrellas from
tt to $.
Chlldien's School Umbrellas, fn
11.00 value iIC
Women's Raincoats, rubberized
(.loth, all sizes. J3W qm cr
10 )cr cent off all raincoats fioin
?0 00 to $33.00. i
A most complete and' beautiful
line of marabou and ostrich feather
capes, boas, and muffs; tho latest
designs. Among them a very spe
cial muff; black and natu- K QQ
, ... PTt.U
ral. f700 value!
Cape or stoic, black or
natural marabou; K value.
Imported lace collar sets, yokes,
etc; copies of real lace; vat- Cfl
Late trimmed net
valued up to 12.00
Robesplerro Collars with fine shad
ow lace Jabot; collar of colored linen
and ratine cloth.
Large dress or coat collnn of real
cluny and other lace, pointed,
round, and sailor shapes, di nn
Values, WOO JDJL.UU
Glace Kid Gloves, K-button
length, black and white. CI A
Palais Royal Kid CJlovoa, 2-olasp,
black, white and all (Pf QQ
shades. $1.60 value...... tDXmOu
Tan Cape and Pique Kid Gloves,
2-clasp, black, white, and QQ
colors. $1.00 value Qui,
Hand embroidered Linen Initial
Handkerchiefs, all Initials, nen
In box. $100 va(ue I OK,
Children's Handlorchlefs, white
with colored figures, embroidered
In one corner. Three in fancy - l?
qbox 2Go value ,., lOt
For this winter the coiffure is
to be more than ever elaborate,
a psyclie puff or a graceful braid
coiled softly. Wax figures are
here to show you and experts to
The Greater Palais Royal "Birth
day Presents" in this Balcony
Salon include the' following:
$1.00 Psyche Puffs for 65c
$1.70 Transformations for. .$1.15
$1.50 Switches, naturally
$3.25 Switches, naturally
wavy '. $2.50
$6.00 Switches, naturally
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