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THE WASHINGTON-TIMErf,-SUNDAY, OGTOBEIt 13, 1912.
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DELEGATES STUDY '
SCOPE OFCAPITAL IN
Commercial Leaders Being Entertained in. Washington
.Delegate From" India.
!nlegate i From Japan.
Delegate, Frpm Germany.
International Congress' Dis-
cusscs'Likely Thoughts of
Capital for Convention.
An guests of the city today. MOD dele
gates' to the , fifth Internatlorial Con-
cress-of Chambers of Commerce 'which
recently closed Its -sessions-In Doston,
representing. every clvnized country In
the world, are making a detailed study
ot Washington as a Capital city.-
The delegates, on two. special trains.
reached Washington from Pittsburgh
last night, were met by D. J. Kaufman,
chairman of a "special " entertainment
committee, and Thomas Grant, secre
tary of the Chamber of Commerce,
were cornered to their resoectlve hotels.,
and this morning were taken over the
entire city. Wherever there Is a Gov
ernment building or department -which
Is' open to the' public on Sunday, tho
commerce men have" visited or expect
to visit during tho day.
The headquarters of the delegates la
at the .Raleigh. -The visitors, however.
are quartered In nearly, all the down
town hotels and those nearest the
Shown to Hotels.
Met at the train "by Mr. Kaufman ar
Mf, Grant, each -delegate was given a
card; wlrtclr Indicated the4iotel at which
he was to stop while In Washington, as
well as the several points of Interest
that should be visited. The delegates
were allowed to entertain themselves
during the evening, although this
morning representatives of Mr. Kauf
man's .committee guided jthem over the
city. An' automobile tour of the 'city
wa-'raad 'early today, --and this after
noon and" renins 'la being spent vlt
liur! whatever; of tho public buildings ap
peal ,Jto them most. Mahy buildings
usually (closed on Sunday are open'to-
j.J... .:L .- . ..-"' -
uay - iu,uow. uio commercial men an
opportunity." to, Inspect thera" ,, " "
Tomorrow afternoon the delegates will
take the boat for Mt. Vernon and see
the ' home of Washington. Returning
late In the afternoon they will be hon
ored tomorrow night with one of the
largest and most brilliant receptions
ever given at the Pan-American build
ing. This entertainment ls'glven Jointly
by, the chamber of Commerce and John
Barrett, director of the Pan-American
Tour Follows Convention.
The delegates were In convention In
Boston, from September 23 to September
80. Then the long tour of the country
waa begun; including Buffalo, Niagara,
Detroit, Chicago, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh,
and Washington. Upon leaving Wash
ington they will spend two days in
Philadelphia before returning to their
While Philadelphia Is last on the list
of places to be visited, tho delegates
regard Washington, the Capital City, as
tho climax of their trip. The, commit
tee of 200 from the chamber of Com
merce, through Its subcommittee, com
posed of D. J. Kaufman, D. J. Calla
han, and CapL James A. Oyster, have
provided for the .comfort of the dele
gates In ever' way "possible, and be
speaks the aid of the entire citizenship
of Wnshlngton In making the visit of
the commercial -men -to this city the
most enjoyable of , thclr'entlre trip.
The feature of the entertainment for
the visitors will-be the reception to be
tendered.-Hhem. by John Barrett, direc
tor of the Pan-,AmerlcanrUnlon. at the
building fof tho latter .tomorrow night.
Tho reception' aMo.'.'wlll celebrate the
opening of the new terrace gardens, re
cently completed.) which cost upwards
of W.tXO. ''"'''
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New Drug Store Is
Opened' by Affleck
Another addition to Affleck's string
or drug stores is one just opened at tne
north ett comer of Ninth and D streets
northwest. Tho attractive new front Is
Sof especial Interest because It Is the
first improvement made In this building
In many years. '
The now ptore Is one of the most at
ttacthe'on the Affleck'' list, both Interior
and exterior, end real estate men be
lieve the change In appearance effected
will accentuate a general remodeling of
many business houses. In this, one of the
oldest business sections of the city. This
cplnlcn is baied on the knowledge that
a great volume of business Is still car
ried on In tho section around Ninth and
D streets and that' the Affleck' store as
It Is now shews what can be done In an
old building with a reasonable amount
President Boston Chamber of Commerce. Chairman Reception Committee,
Fall Event Arranged
October 21 Trip to
Quashed by. Court
Anfattachment against $760, belong
lng'to Mrs. Mary Graham flume Col
llrtt'Xllen, and held 'In Irust.b the
Union-Trust Company, 'a, a, ipart of. a
Itgacytfrom her father, .was nuashed
jesterday by Justice Wright .In Circuit
Court-No.! 2, after hearing arguments
lr tho(sult of The Louvre'agalnst the
young wonian to collect- 4738 -worth
ofiwearlng apparel purchased by her
within, two months.
ThV -plea of Attorney Leonard J.
Wather, counsel for Mrs. AllefC who
was arrested recently on a charge of
appropriating a vanity set worth $16
from Milton Bauer, a Georgetown
Jeweler, and fined $5 In Police Court,
was that she was a minor when the
merchandise. Including twenty-one
pairs of silk hose,, were purchased,
and that too much credit was extend
ed to her.
The attachment has been In force
since August 12. when he suit was
filed against Mrs. Allen, but Justice
Wright held 'that he did not believe
it was necessary to continue the writ
any longer. ,
Growth Made New
M. Snorzyn & Sons, tailors and dress
makers' supplies,' have Just completed
and occupied tneir new punning at, kh
Ninth street northwest. This 'addition
was made necessary on account of the
large increase of their business wnicn
they were unable to take care of In
their old stand a,t 929 N'lnjh street.
Ladies! Have Your Old Hats
Remodeled in the Latest
fall Styles by Experts
All Kind of neater, VtU, Vel
vet, or Silk lists Itemoitrled
In. tlie Prevents fall
Styles Call and Be
Large variety of Buckram
Shape. The only place of Its
kind In Ihr city. Be sure you
call. at the Hunt place.
Ladies' Capital Hat Shop
Manufacturers and Designers of
HAT AND BONNET FRAMES
kallitiolls Grotto's "working corps,"
with Samuel F. Bhreve at Its head, is
aranglng somo new stunts and scenery
for the first fall ceremonial of tho Grot
to to be held the night of October 21.
More than one hundred members are
going to Itlchmond Wednesday after
noon 'to attend a ceremonial arranged
for their benefit by the Samls Grotto
of that city. The party will have a
i.i .... Thaw will tm alvtn ft din
fit. nt thft Richmond Hotel, followed
by the ceremonial session.
"'.. .lit.n. .- Via trln ftrA aft
rne coiiin" " -
'"committee of arrangements i- Krcd
Decked, Peter Lattemer, A. II. Will-
lams. J. 11. X.UCHS. J. I narropii. .
DeNeale, P- W. Nicholson-. W. H. Outh
?.."' J. .. tiliil Nni-hman. H. P.
Bhreve, F. K. Waymond, Harry MoKcl-,
do i! S. Goldsmith. P. K. rit'lman. J. p
"wTcV comrnltteo"-- Edward.
o.iinM v II. ijindvolKt. A. C
kins, and Ilobert E. Joyce.
Committee on, commlssay-Fred A.
Herrmann, Charles Aufenthle and Will
iam E. Evans.
Out on Probation
William A. Bergen, the chauffeur liv
ing at 1H9 New Hampshlio avenue
northwest, who was arrested on a
charge of larceny, which Involved the
finding and pawning of a diamond ring,
was arraigned In the United States
branch of the Pollco Court yesterday,
and released on probation after tho
court had heard tho circumstances con
nected with the ouse.
Assistant United States Attorney
dlven explained to the court that Ber
gen found a diamond ring valued at
$100, belonging to Alexander Llpske, a
member! of Truck Company No. 2, D. C.
V D.. andt after pawning the ring sold
the ticket. .Tho prorcutor declared that
WIFE WOULD WORK
New Hampshire Couple Estrang
ed by Desire of Both to
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Causa both hushaml anil 'wlfA In.l.in.)
In personally earninc thn innnn in umv
the household expenses and saving then
tiuuiiiuimi puiy jor mo rainy unyv
m.i. aim nth Aiurria run, ox mis Cliy,
Mr. Port conducts a DrosDerous btul.
ness In selling cloaks and up-to-datcP
wuinans wear. Airs, l'ort nos opened
dressmaking parlors; In response, she
says, to the demand of her fashionable
it is said that Mrs. Port refused to
give up her dressmaking when her hus
band demanded it. on the grounds that
she was too good a money-maker to
De compeuear to remain at homo as
nurse maid and servant girl.
OF GREW RESCUED
FROM WRPCKFD SH P
,Men and Stewardess
Saved' From Lake
EWE, Pa., Oct. 18. Ten men and a.
woman wero descued at Northeast,
lata last night after having been drift
ing about in yawl since 2 o'clock yes
terday afternoon. They were the irew
of the steamer B. J. Martin, which
sprang a leak during a terrlllo storm
and which went to the bottom an hour
after the leak was discovered.
i-api. w. j. jock, whtn ha saw the
vessel could not be saved put Mrs.
Dertha Knopf, the stewardess. Into the
yawi, tnen had .the crew follow her,
the striking vessel. Tho yawl was dls
he captain was the last man to leave
covered at 4 o'clock yestorday after.
noon, and several attempts were mado
10 reacn m out the boats could not
get through the surf.
The United States Life-Saving crew
at this place was appealed Xo and start
ed for Northeast, but before It reached
the scene, a shift In tho wind drove the
yawl to Shore.
North Dakota Ranch
nrtAvn trnntra r r, n..
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Schumann-Helnk' has Invested $12,240 In
170 acres of land lying aoven miles north
of Grand Forks, which she will Im
prove by the construction of a cottage
and tho laying out of gardens, expecting
to make her home there two or three
months of each summer.
Called to Germany
By Brother's Death
Isaac Goldenbergi manager of the
Seventh street department store, left
Waahlngtdn last ewnlng for Kestrlch,
Germany, to attend the funeral of his
trot her, David, who died isujdcnly at
that place' while on a visit to relatives.
Town-In' Terror and Fteht
Expected When Pursuers
Find Outlaw Convicts.
' RAWI4N8,'wyo., Oct. li-Practlcally
the entire male ' population of nawllns
and hundreds of ranchftra anA ran.h
hand from the surrounding country I "d b"'1""' wen of the community,
are engaged today In chasing the con-
MOTHERS LOVE M
RY GERAGHTJ STORK
French, Peeved -"Because
Daughter Eloped With Ghaut"-
feur, Visits Her at Hwport.
NEWPOllT, n. I., Oct. ll-lfrs.
Amos Tuck French, mother of Mrs.
Julia French Geraghty, has arrived here
from .Tuxedo to be precent T.lth her
daughter at the expected arrival of the
stork. The coming of Mrs. French
marks ttvj'end of a coolness between
mother and daughter which has endured
since the latter' elopement with Jack
Geraghty, chauffeur and automobile
"Jack" Is 'doing a rushing business
these dsvs wish 'his caracn and'taxlcab
business, and has become one of the
vlcts who escaped from the State pent- Ik 1f fl 1l H H H T t. K
late yesterday, peven of the ( uw uy y dl Mf JJ JU JO
who. limler tha laadershln nf -. - -r " ? w t 'Mf w?
Quality at the Right Price
Estimate Salts, 21 - up
TaOwing Suits, M2.flfl
I pay-Hi low rant, andgive you
the benefit of this saving. In stat
Jng a special price. Fit and Work'
fashionable Ladies' Tailor
404 8th St N. E
tentlary late yesterda:
twenty, who. under t
"Dutch" Dulton. of the notorious tvhlu
ney gang of outlaws, rushed the prison
stockade, have been captured and re
turned to prison. Some of those still
at liberty are armed, and as they are I
well supplied with provisions, having ,
stolen a loaded grocery wagon. It Is 1
expected, that a battle will result wben
mry urn ivuuu.
Less than two weeks ago seventy-five
convicts overpowered the guards and
lynched Jim Wlgfall, who had attacked
a woman. The same men who took part
Inthls affair were tho leaders In the
Rawlins and the vicinity Is In terror.
Board of Inquiry
To Report Tomorrow
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Tlie board of Inquiry convened at
Fort Myer to determine tin manner In
which Corporal Alonxo Gray canio to
his death aa a faillf nfliltw atminlr
by an electric train while returning i ft
from the' rifle range at Edsalls, Va.,!.D
the post' commander probably tomorrow.
Inquest Is Ordered.
An Inquest over the remains ff John
CBlms, of 2K Fourth street northeast,
will be held bv" Coroner Nevltt at the
District morgue at 11:S0 o'clock tomor
row morning. Blms was crushed to
death In a cave-In at the Soldiers' Home
grounds yesterday morning. The funer
al arrangements have not been completed.
Bhvs a Perfect Pair of ' jb
I EYE-GLASSES or
J Monday or Ttesday JD
As a special Inducement to
persons needing glasses we
will on' Monday and Tuesday
give your eyes a thorough
examination and grind your
lenses all for ONE DOLLAR.
017 D. A- M U7
he hidLheard since the defendant's ar
rest that he was in aire nnaneiai cir.
cumstances when he sold the rfhg. Tho
court tentenced Iiergen to six months In
Jail, suspended'.the sentence, and placed
the man, on probation.
You've., never seen any- j
thing prettier than these
Homegrown . American Ji
Beauties. They arc prac
tically fresh cut when ordered.
I Beauty Roses,
$2 to $6 Dozen
floral decorations when you
'intrust the work to Gude's $
artists. Ask for estimate .
and suggestions., '
You're assured the most
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