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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER -I-, 1912.
TRADE BOARD WILL
TAKE UP PLAN FOR
Expected to Request Voice in
H Expenditure of the
The board of directors of tho Hoaul
Of Trade will tills afternoon at J.lj
o'clock. Tho most Important matter to
come beforo tho directors lit tho Invita
tion from tho Chamber of Commerce
that tnelva men be appointed from I ho
Hoard of Trado to servo with twelvo
men from the Chamber and twelve
from tho Hctall Merchants' Association
In an cfTnrt to secure an annual con
vention fund of tajOto.
It seems likely that tho Board of
Trade will ask that It have n volcii In
tho expenditure of the convention f'.'nd,
ns well as In Its solicitation, and with
this amendment to the plan, will Join
with the Chamber In the most exten
sive campaign for convention money
ever made In this city.
Contributions to the Board of Trade
campaign for the fulllllmcnt of the Mc
Millan plan on park extension now
amount to JITo. Subscriptions were le
cclved from the following men toda :
B, W. Woodward, Arthur C. Mows, A.
It. Servcn, N. O. Qlbbs, D. S. Porter.
William W. Everett. 11. S. Huckcn
burger, and Dr. Charles W. Itlchard
ron. It Is expected that at the mectlnK of
tho noarn of directors this afternoon
several new candidates for the boiu.l
vlll bo brought out, as this In Jlio last
day nominations may be made. There
are ten vacancies to be filled, and eight
een men have been nominated. They
are Frank C. Gibson, Theodore W.
Noyes, Odcll S. Smith, J. Harry Cun
ningham, K. It. 1! rooks, Aldls 11.
Browne, George W. Harris, Samuel J.
d'rescott, John Toole, Frank Paul
J.eetch, Edward C. Oraliam, Mycr Co
Jien, J, Wllmer Latimer, Walter C. Cle
phane. J. Miller Krnjon, Thomas W.
Hldwell. Kdward F. Colladuy, and S. W.
How This Capital Minister
Spent His Summer Vacation
Rev. Dr. Woodrow Offers
Good Recipe for Summer
Provinces of Cuba
Official reports of the election held In
Cuba Indicate that tho conservatives
carried five of the six provinces, elect
ing General Menocal President, This
Information was received by the Mate
Department today, Tho conservatives
nlso Insist that they will control both
branches of the Cuban congress, but
this claim Is not yet supported by veil
No serious trouble has been reported
Flnce the election. There was much ex
citement in Havana Friday night and
6aturd.iv, but there were no outbrcuks
of rebellious spirits.
Until General Menocal Is firmly In
itialled in office and conditions In the
Island are much more iulet, American
tioops will be held In position to go to
Cuba if their presence should be re
quired. This Is a remote possibility,
hut ample precaution Is being taken,
Jokes as Surgeon
Cuts Off Scalp
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. .-Whcn
Thomas Dougherty fell downstairs at
his homo ho ripped tuo-thlids of tho
scalp from his head.
Ho was rushed to the University
3iospltal and, lighting his pipe, he sat
coolly and watched the surgeons cut
way the sonlp. lay It on h. marble
jlab. shave off all the hall. Then the
surgeon laid tho scalp hack on the
head and sewed It on. Dougherty had
Ms cranium bandaged up and took a
car for home,
"He Joked with the surgeons all tho
while, and suld the shave was the
"Hero's a capital recipe," remarked
tho Hev. Dr. Samuel It. Woodrow, pas
tor of the First Congregational Church,
with an apparent Irrelevancy to tho
subject of vacation that bewildered his
"Here's a capital recipe," ho repeated
"Tako one old friend, with a beautiful
seaside place at Hynnnlsport, down on
Capo Cod. Itecclvo from him ono cor
dial Invitation to tako possession of
this place, with all Its comforts of
home, and make yourself master, while
he spends the summer In Europe. Then
accept the Invitation.
"That's tho way I spent my vaca
tion." chuckled Dr. Woodrow, us he
saw the light of comprehension chaso
Perplexity from tho brow of his caller.
"And a most Ideal vacation It wus.
My friend's plaoo was about thirty
miles from historic old Plymouth, right
on the coast, and, though the simple
folk of tho, surrounding country live In
a primitive style, the premises of my
friend were provided with every pos
sible convenience. We made our own
gas and Ice out of plants right on the
place; raised our own flowers and vege
tables, pump&l our own water, got milk
from our own cow In short, mi supplied
ourselves with all the necessities and
luxuries, independence complete was
our state; wo could have hoisted a Mug
and declared ourselves a republic!
"As sonic philosopher remarked that
'the nation was happy that had no
annals,'" iald tho doctor, when asked
whether there were any striking events
In his summer outing, "so, I might soy,
that family Is happiest which can
spend Its vacation In h pleni-lng iu!e
tudo; and, that wns our good fortun".
Thero was nothing to aisturb the peace
ful serenity of our little personally
conducted Arcadia. Stll, there was
enough to do In looking uftcr tho con
duct of the place to drive away all pos
sibility of ennui. Then, too, there was
golfing, and the evcr-picsent sea. But It
was tho gentle quietness that wus tho
REV. DR. SAMUEL H. WOODROW.
charm of It all. One day was much
like another and we would not havo
had It otherwise, because they were ull
"Thue wns society, both congenial
and genlil, at Hyanntspnrt, mndo lp
mostly of Pittsburg, Indianapolis, and
St, Louis people, so that we were not
without the pleasures of social Inter
course. "Uut," concluded Ir. Woodrow, "It
was, after all, the d. 'light of being a
monarch In a small and contented king
dom, so to speak a kingdom made up
of those nearest ami deuiest to you
that made my summer of nine weeks so
pleasant. And. when jou wish to spend
a perfect summer, don't forget my
ON CANADA'S LINES
Railroad Workers Leave Shops to
Obtain Better Wages and
Recognition of Union.
OTTAWA, One., Nov. 4. Thousands
of Canadian Pacific railroad freight em
ployes went on strike today, a board of
Canadian Brotherhood of Railway Em
ployes and clerks affiliated with tlu
conciliation having been refused by I'.iu
The smaller places were first affected,
but the men III the cities were expected
to go out luter In tho day. It Is ex
pected about fj.OOO men will be Involved
The demand Is for higher wages and
recognition of the union.
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Nov. 4.-TI10 Bev.
T. C. Bird, paBtor of the College Avenue
Baptist Church of this cltv has an
nounced to his congregation that he
will accept a call to Temple church,
Tioga, pa. He will leave for his new
station about December 1.
CASTOR I A
for Infanti and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Threading the Needle
Supplants Bunny Hug
NHW YORK, Nov 1 -Society will
ihop the "bunny hug" and "grizzly
bear" tonight at the Great Neck Hills
Country Club. Members of the 40) arc
to have a "needle-threading content "
Rebels Expected to Lay
Down Arms During
A crisis has been reached In the af
fairs of the Dominican Republic, and It
Is expected beforo the end of the week
the rebels will have decided to lay down
their arms and permit the country to
enjoy a few months of peace. The
American commissioners and the Aich
bishop of Hanlo Domingo will confer
with representatives of tho rebels at
Samana bay this week. The Ameilcan
representatives and the church digni
tary are proceeding to tho conference
on the gunboat Wheeling.
Samana bay and tho adjoining district
have been In tho possession of rebel
forces for somo time. However, tho
rebels havo made little progress, being
Supply Manufacturers Asso
ciation's Convention Sought
by Commerce Chamber.
J. D. Conway, of Pittsburgh, secre
tary and treasurer of tho Railway Sup
ply Manufacturers' Association, will ar
rive In Washington tomorrow night to
meet 11 special committee from the
Chamber of Commerce with a view to
arranging for the 1913 convention of his
association In this city. '
The association requires about 100,000
Jnuare feet of floor space, and tho spe
lal committee from the Chamber, with
John Dolph ns chairman, has learned
that a temporary building suitable for
the purposes of the convention will cost
unout y.v,Mi. 11 is not Relieved the
I 75c and 98c
Under Supervision of the U. S. Treasury
There is no getting away from the fact that
the possession of money gives many privileges.
If you would enjoy those privileges save your
money and keep on saving it until you have some
capital that you can invest to good advantage.
Savings Accounts can be opened at this bank
with One Dollar or over and they earn
3r'r COMPOUND INTEREST.
Open 8 A.M.
confronted dally with the ominous i committoo will do auio to raise this
strength of American vessels nnd ma
rines In the principal ports, and hearing
the word that the American forces will
reopen customs houses when they are
ready to do so. Itecenlly decrees of am
nesty were Issued by the Dominican
11-n.l.lnnl This Rllnriitilu. nf mnfatV In.
. . intuv,,.. . ... o r,uu..-....v) ... ou..--?, - .
Bother with tho unspoken hut constant '
threat of substantial American Inter-1
ventlon. has tended to mako tho rebels
less hostile to the existing government.
Tho recent dispatch of two other ves
sels to Dominican waters served as an
additional demand for peoce. Ilrlgadlcr
General Mclntyrc and W. T H. Doyle,
representing this Government, have
worked out a plan for re-establishing
peaceful conditions In tho country, nnd
have shown that they were able to Im
pose their advice upon the estnbllshed
Victoria government. If thev are equal
ly successful with tha rebel forces, peace
mav be restored In the Island.
The country Is so rich that If devel
oped under peaceful conditions the
.0,(00,011) loan which the United Slates
Is guarding as receiver of customs
would be a relatively small burden.
Women in Arizona
Fighting tor Vote
PHOENIX. Ariz., Nov (Arizona
women today closed a strenurtis cam
paign In behalf of the proposed amend
ment to the State constitution granting
women the full rights of suffrage
The fate of the amendment will be de
elded by the voters at tomorrow's gen
amount by local subscription, but they
have advised Mr. Conway that Wash
ington would meet him more than half
way If his association wouia tie wining
to pay part of tho expense.
WAV's visit to tho city Is considered en
couraging uy tuo commiiiec.
The convention would leave at least
IGOO.000 In Washington.
Its attendance numbers about 5,000
men, and they would bo In the city for
ten days. The conventions committee
regards it as one of the most deslrablo
conventions on the list, and every effort
will be put forth to secure It.
The result of Mr. Conway's visit will
be announced by the' special committee
to the conventions committee when tho
latter committee meets Wednesday noon
In the chamber.
Tho board of directors of the Chamber
of Commerce will meet In tho chamber
Wednesday1 evening at 8 o'clock.
Parcels Post Stamp
Work Being Rushed
Work Is being rushed at the Bureau
of Engraving and Printing on the plates
for the new pnrcels post stamps, several
millions of which must be printed In a
short time and distributed to the 60,000
postmasters, who must have these
stamps ready for sale January 1, when
the parcels post becomes operative.
The new stamps are to be printed In
twelve denominations 1. 2, 3. 4. IS, 10, 25,
60, nnd 75 cents and II In denomination,
and because of the variety and the size
of tho Issues of each denomination the
Bureau of Engraving has a large task
WILSON, TAFT, AND
T. R. ARE TRIPLETS
Three New Baby Boys Named for
J. Y. Kylcr and Mrs. Kylcr, of Den
nlson, Tex., havo named a son, born
Octobcr-SD, for the next President of the
United mates. Triplets were born to the
couple, and they made sure of having
the name of ono of them that of tho
next President by calling one son Will
iam Howard Taft Kyier, another Theo
dore noostvell Kylcr, and tho third
Woodrow Wilson Kyler.
A messago conveying the Information
was received at tho White House today.
The compliment was acknowledged by a
Try Our $z Regular Dinner t the
Manhattan, 915 3th t. N. W.
"The Inventor's Secret" a Reels. Pow- '
erful drama. Today. Virginia Theater.
Close 6 P. M.
Established in 1860
In strip e of
light blue and pink,
nlso plain white.
Continuation of Our Millinery Opening
Tuesday, Nov. 5
Wednesday, Nov 6
HOME SAVINGS BANK
"th St and Mass. Aic. X. W.
II Sts. $4 K. 436 7th St. S. W.
In sets or single pieces
staple designs of Hall Racks,
with mirror and seat combined;
Console Tables, and, as in the
illustration, separate seat and
mirror of two patterns and fin
ish. We maintain a complete
variety in all the popular
WHEN IN DOUBT BUY OF
Credit Without Cost An Accommodation
Many Styles of Bed-Room Pieces
And every one of them is an exceptional value at the
price it is marked. No matter which of the famous
periods have your fancy down to the modern de
signs all are represented in this vast assortment of
ours. Solid Mahogany, Toona Mahogany, Oak, Bird's
eye Maple, Walnut. You can see the scope of our stock
and the significance of our prices in the pieces illustrated.
fllxiictly as Illustrated )
Quarter-sawed Oak, finished
in Early English both pieces
plentifully supplied with coat
The Scat is 42 inches wide
The Mirror is 22x28 fine
French plate. 1Q OC
Worth $17.50 41 063
(Hxactly as Illustrated )
Hlch Mahogany Dresser, fO Inches
wide, with Krcnch platu mirror
52x11. Artistic hand-carved columns.
One of thn handsomest designs ocr
produced lellncd and ilegant.
(Exactly ns Illustrated )
This chiffonier is a companion
piece to the Diessrr and Is 42 Inches
wide at base, with French plate
n n & V i i American
If. S Quartir-
Jl I k. V Vi stiongly
M I lA ! iV 'node
RS36E3fi9' Ji r&refully
TTTlL 4 Fif finished
g-3SgJL:''fcfr'r M"wH9 large
Wsto- r-JL3MKWfli French
D fRxaetly as ft
'Exactly as Illustrated.)
Made of extra grade Oak, care
fully finished, with shaped top
uraners; large riencii
If the success of this new department depended on the number of visitors who responded to our
invitation we are assured of the future. We appreciate your many complimentary good wishes, and
will make every effort to merit them.
Silk velvet. In the new artist mod
el, the Jauntiest hat produced QCa
this season. Opnlng; price... 7Ul
$4 Silk Velvet Hats
Salts Silk civet shapes, all the lead
ing models of the season: black,
brown, and navy Never sold fljl QC
less than J4.00 .. D LUO
$4.95 i $2.00 Ostrich Bands.
Our opening; special, Oitrlch-lrlm-med
Hats, all-silk velvet shapes, hand
blocked. In every large and small
shape, and In nil the desirable colors
Itlack. brown, king's blue, and
taupe, trimmed with white or colored
ostrich be a, bands, and flowers: great
est value offering of me
season. Opening price
Irrr of Charge Trimming
No charge for trimming
win !l materials are purchased
In the department.
Ostrich Feather Sale
We have made special effort to as
semble the very best selection of Os
trich Feathers obtainable, only He
liable, Guaranteed Feathers of prime
male stock. vlth broad, lustrous flues
and full French drooping heads. In
black and white.
53.S0 Plumci: 14 Inches long (3.411
1(00 IMumes; 16 Inches long f3.D3
jr.. 00 Plumes, 18 Inches long .. ..axil's
$-.00 Plumes, 1'0 Inches long 1.m
$i;.00 Plumes; 2 Inches long .. $7.11.1
J1S00 Plumes; 26 Inches long. .. .(0.1)3
The season's mest wanted and scare- 1
est noeny, In wnue, DiacK, ruyui anu
black, taupe and cerise, green and
black, brown and tan, light and QCa
dark bronze. Opening price itlU
$4.00 Ostrich Tips,
Three In a Hunch.
Three beautiful 14-lnch Ostrich Tips
In a bunch, with full drooping French
heads. Colors, white, cerise, kings
blue, brown, amethyst, black, ana
black and white.
$1.25 Silkoline Comforts, $1
Full-size Silkoline Comfort, filled with best white laminated
cotton; plain on one side, figured on the other; light and dark
colors; Oriental or floral designs; worth $1.25. Spe- (PI A A
Kxtra weight, full size, Combrlc
Covered Comfort; figured on both
sides; large stock to select from:
dark, rich Oriental designs to
choose from; scroll stitched; very
serviceable and warm. 0O f(
U',75 value. Special 5.JIF
11-4 full size White California
Wool Illanket This Is unmistak
ably a c'gontlc bargain; dainty
blue and pink borders; soft, closo
nap; already shrunken; has the
appearance of a J10.00 number.
Actually worth ?S GO. (PQ QQ
J" 00 extra line White California
Wool Illanket IJach and every
pair Is ticketed under our name
and guarantee; made very close
and felty The acme of blanket
manufacture 1 shown In this cov
ering. Wide silk binding, blue,
pink, and willow border. tr nn
17.00 value. Special OU.UU
Full size Crochet Spread, cut-out
corners and fringed to (It your
metal bed; perfect stock, choice,
long staple stock used In thn
weaving. (1.25 value. 01 A
$2.25 and $2 40-inch Meteor d 1 ?Q
Crepe and Charmeuse at . . tplw2
The season's most popular all-silk fabric; very soft and clingy;
beautifully finished. We have from 35 to 40 of the newest and most
desirable street and evening shades, in the regular $2.25 and $2.00
qualities, which we will place on sale tomorrow at the (M ZQ
very special price 4"."
350 Women's and Misses' Rub
ber Surface Slicker Raincoats, in
Tan and Gray, with plaid lining.
Sizes for women 34 to 44. Sizes
for misses, 14, 16, 18. These are
exceptional values and really
worth $5.00. Special, while
they last tomor- (f-j
kmWW !M VtisssssuBisRissssssssssk mmmLWra.
Big Purchase of
Good Values at $25.00
An extraordinary purchase of 100 Iceland Fox Fur
Sets enables us to make this wonderful offer. These
sets are all white and consist of beautiful Neck Piece
and large muff. Similar sets retail in many places at'
$25.00. This offer for tomorrow only
75c Battenberg CQ
Scarfs . . OVC
Three-piece H:ittenborg Scarfs,
lSxSt Inches. Deautlful new de
signs, sell rcguluily at 75c. CQ
Special for ono day
Of good quality Hutorn, In black
only, made with deep uiilu pleated
flounce, with under flounce ling
ular size only. Lengths, 40-4.' HQkn
Scrpentlno Crepe, In light and
dark shades; neat patterns, yoke
form empire effect and Is trlmme'l
wiin gcoii quality satin
I'.pgular Jl OS value Spo