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TIIE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER L, 1912.
"OLD GLORY" GOES
Stars and Stripes to Be Seal-
aA I 1m IXlttt T3nnrtart rV
The Stars and Stripes wll! be depos
ited In the cornerstone of the Confeder
ate monument to bo laid In Arlington
Natlonul Cemetery tomorrow afternoon
by the United DaiiKhtura of the Con
Xceleraey, who will bo In Washington
In general contention this neck. nags
of tho secessionist States will also bo
Into tho cornerstone, together with ,tho
letter from President Taft authorizing
the erection of the monument, and a
copy of tho act of Congress permitting
the removal of Confederate dead from
old battlefields to the national cemetery.
A reception at the Congressional Li
brary this evening really Inaug
urates tho convention which will have
lis formal beginning tomorrow even
ing In Continental Hall when Com
missioner Cuno II. Ilu'dolph will make
1Kc address of wclsomc. Mrs. Alex
ander B. White, of I'arls. Tenn.. presi
dent of the DauKhters of tho Confed
tiacv, will make the response. Illsli
op Hurdlntr will deliver tho Invoca
tion. Tho convention will hold Its first
business session Wednesday morning
in the New Wlllard and It Is expected
that Cardinal Gibbons will deliver
tho Invocation at that time.
A reception at tho -New Wlllard is on
the nroiiram for Wednesday evening.
Thursday will be devoted to business
txcept lor late afternoon teas, and
on Friday tho delegates go to An
napolis, whero Governor Ooldsbor
ough wilt groet them.
Is Arranged for
U. D. C. Conclave
Members of the local chapters of the
Daughters of tho Confederacy are ar
ranging a brilliant program of enter
tainments to be given In honor of the
national convention of tho United
Daughters of the Confederacy In this
cltv from No ember 12 to 18.
The chief social event of tho week !ll
Co u recpctlon given by the President
nd Mrs. Taft to tho visiting delegates
on Thursday. November 14. at 2 o'clock.
Another brilliant affair will be the re
teptlon In tho Now Wlllard at 9 o'clock
on TJidnesday night, when tho district
president, Mrs. Marion Uutler, and tho
general officers will recclvo the dele-'
Kates and their friends.
Many Small Events.
Thcro will bo a largo number of pri
vate teas and receptions by tho resident
members of the U. D. C, who will en
tertain almost continuously throughout
tho week. Among the receptions to be
given Thursday afternoon will bo that
of Mrs. Marion Uutler, president of
tho District organization, who will bo
assisted by Mrs. White, president gen
j;nil of the Daughters; her general of
Jlcors. and Mr. Magnus Thompson,
honorary president of tho district.
Others who will entertain are the Club
of Colonial Dames to tho visiting Co
I'inlal Dames who arc members of tho
1 . D. C; Mrs. Philander 1. Clayton, "of,
onncctlcut avenue, for tho Tennessee
delegation; Miss Bristol, of the Bristol
school; Miss Harriet Turner, of New
Hampshire avenue; Mrs. 8. A. Willis
of Nineteenth street; Mrs. Phoebe Hami
llton Senbrook, of the Hamilton School
nd Col. Hilary II. Herbert and his
duughtcr, Mrs. Benjamin Mlcou.
A trip to Annapolis Is planned by tho
members of tho Ann.apolls Chuptcr.
which will include a reception by Clov
crnor Goldsborough and a trip of In
spection of the navy yard. The day set
for this will bo November IB.
The entertainment committee Includes
Sirs. n. II. Babcock, Mrs. Maudo Howell
Smith, Miss Mary Ambler, Mrs. Robert
Bowie, Annapolis, Md.; Mrs. J. C. Bo)d,
the Misses Bojcc, Mrs. Cone, Mrs. Mor
ris L. Croxall, Mrs. M. Coleman, Mrs.
John DeP. Donn, Annapolis, Md.; Mrs.
Ilozler Dulaney, Mrs. William V. Den
nis, Miss Jessie. Dell. Mrs. James Kller
ton, Miss Qlernlnla Gordon, Mrs. II. 11.
Goldsbnrouh, Mrs. Martha Glelow, Mrs.
Louis Greene, Mrs. Hoes, Mrs. Button
llnrrlron, Mrs. Walter Harshman, Miss
Curollno Harold, Mrs Charles B. Howry,
Mrs. Kate Kearney Henry, Mrs. Archi
bald Hopkins. Mrs. Hardin, Miss Vlr
5lnla Jones, Mrs. Benjamin Logte, Mrs.
loraco H. Lurton, Mrs. Lindsay I,o
max, Mrs. Andrew Lipscomb, Mrs.
Krancls B. Morgan, Mrs. Lewis Mar
shall, Mrs. Joseph P. Mlnltree, Miss
Virginia Miller, Mrs. Kdward 8. Mun
ford. Mrs. Benjamin Mlcou. Mrs. B.
Northiop, Chevy Chase; Mrs. Boss
Perry, Mrs. Campbell Prjor. Mrs. Wal
ter Peter, Mrs Patten, Mrs Kannle
Hicks, Mrs. Philip Uyiin. Mrs. John
Jtltchlc, Mrs Leigh Hoblnson, Mrs.
Ilnrrv Rust, Mrs A. L. Htnveley. Mrs.
Enow den, Mrs Slaydcn, Mrs Shands,
Mrs. W. A. smoot, Mrs. U C. Tucker,
Mrs. Hannls Toylor. Mrs Tully
Vaughanj Mrs. Waller, Mrs John Sharp
Williams, and Mrs Guy Whiting.
Chiefs Will Visit .
Red Men's Lodge
Obage Tribe, No. 8, Improved Order
Bed Mtn, will he visited tonight In So
ciety Temple. I'lflh and O streits north
west, by tho great chlofs of tho DIs
trlct great council. In the party v. Ill
lie: Great sachem, B W. Thompson,
great senior sng-imore. Or W 8. W hlt
mnn; gieat Junior sagamore O. i;
Gartrell; great prophet, J. M. Kempo ,
Kreut i hlef of records. J K. Shepheid,
grout Keeper of Wampum, J. B. All
in in, and great reprtv- ntutlve, J. A
Virginian Found Dead.
WARKIINTON. Vn, Nov. 4 -John
Belt, n prominent citizen of Wurrcnlon
was found dtud here this morning. Ills
death Is suppostdlj due to heurt "
t use Mr. Belt Is survived by his wlfo.
who was Mlbs I.mma 'Inrner, unit ono
t'uughter. Mury Kitty Belt The fu
ll) ral will bo h Id Wednesday
ft M L
IF YOU HAD A
LONG A8 THIS FELLOW,
WOULD QUiCKLY CURE IT.
25c. and 60c. Iloioltal Silo SI
BE DRY TOMORROW
Saloons Close at 6 o'Clock Tonight Until Wednesday
Morning Democratic Leaders Anxious to
Poll Full Vote of Party.
WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU.
ALEXANDRIA, VA., NOV. i.
Alexandria will be as dry as the
Sahara from 0 o'clock tonight until 6
o'clock Wednesday morning, and those
who are accustomed to consume liquid
refreshments are laying In a supply or
making preparations to pay a visit to
Washington tomorrow. IJverv saloon In
the city will close promptly at I! o'clock
tonight and remain closed for thirty-six
hours by reason of tho Virginia elec
The polls will open tomorrow morning
at 6:30 a. m. and close at 4:48 p. m.
Polling places will bo as fdllowa: First
ward, Alexandria Light Infantry Ar
mory; Second ward, Iloyal street, op
posite city hall; Third ward. Odd Fel
lows Hall, on North Columbus street;
Fourth ward. Friendship engine house,
on South Alfred street.
The Democratic leaders are making
preparations to get out as largo a vote
as possible. Alexandria Is overwhelm
ingly Democratic, and there la no fear
of the outcome, but as the representa
tion of the city In tho State Demo
cratic committees and conventions Is de
termined by tho number of Democratic
votes cost In the Presidential election,
tho leaders are anxious to see as large
a vote as possible cast.
The social session of Alexandria Lodge
of Blks which will be held tonight at 9
o'clock will open the winter activities
of this lodge. It la expected that thero
will be a large attendance of members
of the lodge and their friends. An Inter
esting program has been arranged.
The circuit court of Alexandria city
opened its November term this mornlni;
ot 10 o'clock, with Judge J, B. T, Thorn
ton presiding. Several dates wero set
for hearing of small cases.
A meeting of the creditors of the
Kmorson Steam Pump Company, which
recently went Into the hands of receiv
ers, will be held within the next ten
days, when a trustee will be elected. In
the circuit court today It was stated
that as soon as the trustee Is elected
the receivers will turn over the assets
of the company and ask to be relieved
of their bond.
The quarterly meeting of tho bar as
sociation of tho Sixteenth Judicial dis
trict will be held at Alexandria court
house next Wednesday at noon.
A frnternal visit to American Flag
Council, Daughters of Liberty, In Wash
ington, will he made tonight by Mt.
Vernon Council, of this city. Tho Alex
andrians will leave here at 7 o'clock.
SKIN GRAFTED GIRL
CERTAIN TO RECOVER
Has Fifty Additional Inches ot
Flesh Placed on Her
GARY, Ind Nov. 4 Miss Ethel smith,
the Gary girl for whom "BUly" Rugh,
tho newsboy gave his life, was tcrtaln
of recovery today following a second
skin-grafting operation In which sho
was supplied with fifty additional
square Inches of cuticle. In tho opera
tion the girl's father, brother, and her
fiance. Roy Huberts, offeied themselves.
The doctors said thev would not suf
fer. The doctors did not let any ono know
thut a second operation would he neces.
sary until vestcrday. Tho large amount
of skin taken from tho amputated leg
of "Billy" Rugh wns sufficient to save
Kthcl Smith's life and make tho second
For Sneak Thief
Detectives from the Central Office are
searching today for a sneak thief who
entered the homo of Mrs. Mary Smith.
41 Qulncy street northeust, last evening,
and stole several articles of silverware.
I'ntrancc vvub gained with a duplicate
key. and the dining room ransacked
whllo members of tho fumlly were In a
room on tho second floor.
The police suspect a young white man
who called at several houses In the
neighborhood and asked for a night's
Shocked by Styles.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 4 Mrs. W.
K. Liggett, club woman, blind for four
ears, upon recovering her sight was
thoroughly shocked by women's st)lei.
She said that "women are frights" and
their clothes am 'Indecent."
Ungold, the Wonderful ! Quickly Made
the Itching- Skin Like Yclrct
STRIKE OF "MOVIE"
MEN IS UNLIKELY
Operators and Managers Under
stood to Have Reached
TO ESTABLISH NEW
Bill, Passed by House, Ex
pected to Go Through
One of the Important questions to
como up for settlement at the next ses
sion of Congress will be whether to
establish a new executive department,
a department of labor. The bill passed
the Houso last session and Is pending In
Friends of the bill say there Is no
doubt It will pass. The officials of the
American Federation of I-nbor, who
have canvassed the situation carefully,
are convinced It will go through. The
Senate Committee on Education and
Labor ordered a favorable report.
If the bill goes through. It will mean
Important changes. In the first, place,
the Cabinet will be Increased from nine
members to ten. Tho man appointed to
the head of the proposed amendment
probably would be a member ot organ
ized labor himself. If not, ho would be
a recognized friend of labor and for the
first time the problems that confront
labor In this country would have a
recognised spokesman In the Cabinet.
Into the new department would be
gathered all the Government agencies
having anv thing to do with labor, and
!i Is tho belief of those udvocatlng the
new department that Its establishment
wot Id make fur Industrial peace, be
cause Intervention of the Government
would readily be brought about with a
man familiar with labor conditions In
Assistant Supt. Thurston
Declares Board Has Never
Considered Such a Step.
"Wherever all this talk about abolish
ing football In the city schools tame
fcom," said Assistant Superintendent of
Schools Thurston this morning, "It did
not como from the Hoard of education.
The matter tins never come up In any
board meting, and I have heard nobody
discuss the matter officially."
The assistant superintendent's state
ment was the ojtcome of a newspaper
report that the Roan of Education had
decided to cut out football If any more
accident occurred. The fact Is that
very few real accidents have occurred
in football this season, although several
players have been retired from the game
for more or less time. None ot the
players are badly hurt, however.
The general opinion among members
of the Hoard of nducatlon la that so
long as any gamo Is conducted properly
and safely the board has no right to
step In and place a ban upon It. Foot
ball has been conducted In such a man
ner thts season, and unless something
happens to put the game In a much
worse light than at present, tho game
will continue without Interference from
Details of tho Intentions of moving pic
ture oiwiators and members of the Kx
hlbltors' Association, are withheld from
tho public by members cf huth organi
zations. It Is understood, however, that
n basis of agreement has been reached
thut operators working full days will
he paid at the ruin of ftl cents mi
houi, .md that conditions In man) de
tails of tho work will be buttered
At a meeting nf o'V iters und managers
of moving picture shows esterluy In
the Clumber of Commerce, oisai Ij.i
tlon was effected uf the Moving I'.i -turn
Exhibitors' Leagui of tho District
of Columbia, the object being to protein
their Inteusts Officers of the league
are Wllllum 1. llcihit, president, Ir.i
Lamott, llrst lto president, V. II
Btonesller, second .ice president A. J
Jo, treasurer, Fulton Urjlawskl, sjc
retury. At a meeting of tin- Operators' I nlon
Inst night, It t understood plans for
certain impiovcments vere considered
Roth operators and exhibitors deciaro
that there Is little likelihood of uu lin
Ryan in Milwaukee
The Socialist propaganda In Mil
wuukco Is finding u strong opponent In
F. J. Ran. of this city, who went there
some weeks ago to mako campaign
Ills work has been successful, accord
ing to dispatches received here, and he
Is expected to return to the Capital this
Yes. In the chafing-dish.
Prepare Campbell's Tomato Soup in
that way if you choose.
Serve it plain or with cold chicken
and rice or breasts of birds or cold
lamb and rice warmed over with it in
the chafing-dish. And there are end
less such simple combinations.
For a ladies' luncheon, a Sunday
night supper or an informal company
supper there is nothing quite takes the
place of this tempting soup.
And for unexpected emer
gencies, it adds zest and
relish to the plainest meal.
21 kinds 10c a can
Look for the red-and-white label
How to Stop a Cough
Something Every Mother Should Know
tZvcry mother should watch over the
health of her family as Jealously as
she guards tho family morals. At the
first symptom of a cough or cold,
shake together in a large bottle a
couple of ounces of glycerine, half
an ounce of Virgin Oil of I'lne and
about half a pint of pure whiskey.
Give the patient a teaspoonful of
this simple und harmless remedy
every four hours. The first doso al
most Invariably brings Instant re
lief, and tho cold Is generally expell
ed from the nyilcm Inside of twetfty
four hours. A supply of this medicine
should always bo kept In tho medicine
cabinet to prevent the development ot
serious Infections of the throat and
You probably liavo the glycerlno
and whiskey In the house already,
and you can get the Virgin Oil of
Fine at nny drug store. To Insure
freshness and purity Insist on having
the half-ounce vials which come Iri
sealed wooden cartons bearing the
The Leach Chemical Co., Cincinnati,
The Electric Line
World in Baltimore
IE f ROUND
Children S to 13 years) 83 cents,
Including Admission To
Open Dally. Kxcept Sunday.
Special Hate To Parties.
Washington, Baltimore & Annapolis
Electric Railroad Co.,
1424 New York Ave.
MODi:itN 1'ai-ac'i: sti:ami:rb
"Northland and Southland"
i:vi:ky day in tiiu ykaii to
Old Point Comfort
Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co.
TVATIOlV AI, TualoM at HH3.
X--UlMJ.MJ Mnu.We.l. Hat.
Popular Wednesday Matinee, Mc( 7tc, Jl.00.
ELECTION IIBTURNfl TOMORHOW NIOHf
A. II. Woods' Huprems Musical Ofrerlnc.
The Krsns Lehar International Oomle Optra
(mb"" C,t "" ensemble. 1W. Orchestra
ELM END OR F
Thiir,tnr at 4iSO.
The Yellowstone Park
rrtlCEH, tee, TCe. 1 w BBATS HRLUNQ.
NEXT WERK ' Wml-
" " "HI, Heats Thursday,
Arthur Hammersteln Presents ,
limedy'opera, THE FIREFLY
Washington & Old Dominion Ry.
Will tlperntr a
Special Train From
Washington to Leesborg;
Making; reKiilur Intermrellate NteipM,
leatlni; n!iliiatn CIMh anil l Kli.
v w.i vr i ( i.oe k i:im:m v
muhm.m;, mi v. inn.
Two trips dally except Sunday to
IaInc Ktvcnth Mrect Wharf ot 10 a. m
and 1.4 l m Hound titp to gate, (A:
Mrs. J. II. Uloomlngtnn. 111., says:
"M baby wan a mass of ltchlnc sores
suffering horrible miony eloctorn had
Rlen her up 1 tried I'ncold ug a last
resort It soothed the iniln Instantly und
ultimately cured her completely. UnKoUl
Is a blesilnR."
Thousands of persons the world oxer
are praising this wonderful remedt for
all itchine and skin Irritations Dr.
Hclir.is' I'liRold allas the most terrific
ItchliiK the moment It Is applied, nnd Is
used and lecommeneled bv Icadliic phy
sicians In tho trcutment of Kczemu.
Tetter, Acne, pimples. Salt Ilheuni,
Uarbers' Itch, Dandruff, Poison Ivy,
Prickly Heat, Itching Feet, flailed and
Poisoned Skin, no matter of how Ions
stniullnK. Nothing on earth equals l'n.
gold for Itchine piles.
I'UKold Ib sold bv nil DriiBKlsts at We
a Jar or will be sent chnrijew prepaid
bv The G C Illttner Co., Toledo, Ohio.,
on receipt of pi Ice.
Will Itent a
Light Touch Monarch
l'or One Mouth
Will Itent a
Light Touch Monarch
For Six Months
Sold EASY PAYMENT Plan
IlUstrated Literature Mulled
1340 New York Are. N. W.
Washlncton, D. C.
HE Methods of a
cannot be applied today. Dentistry has gotten beyond the stage when
doctors pulled teeth regardless of the excruciating pain of the patient,
who was "tied down to the chair."
Aching teeth came out in quick succession in those days.
Today, dentistry is almost at the stage of perfection.
Now the most delicate operation of filling, crowning and saving
teeth can be performed without the patient experiencing the least
bit of pain.
Pain is unknown in my office. Only the most modern and scientific methods prevail
and results are sure and satisfying.
Donyt Worry About the Money
Our liberal terms enable giving immediate attention to your teeth, instead of allowing the teeth
to be ruined while saving enough to have them properly attended to.
My parlors are the largest and most thoroughly equipped in Washington. My office is open until
8 p. m. lor the accommodation of those who cannot come during the day. My Sunday hours are from
10 to 4. Appointments may also be made by telephone. My prices are the lowest in the city com
pare them with what others charge.
My Patent SUCTION TEETH
THKY MiVKK SMI' OK DIUU'
$3 $4 $5
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427-429 Seventh Street N. W.
Opp. Lansburgh & Bro. Over Grand Union Tea Co.
Telephone Main 4334
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Election Returns Tuesday Night
MIU HICIIAIin IIK.N'NRTT.
Will I'rtsent a Modern Comedy Drama
"THE STRONGER CLAIM
By Margaret Turnbult.
With Rrillh TUvnm rnkl. -
week Rebecca of Sunnjbrook Farm
E. J HOWES Prrarnts
ILL I IMG TON
In "KINDLING" byChas.Ktnyoa
A l'Uy thut hJi Tlirllkit an Kutlre Contl-
nrnt W-1 Mat , Kc to II 00, Hat Mat , 20
tu II to. Mghts. tOc to t: 00.
hlfwt Iltautlful Theatre In America.
lAllraellnnj Equaling the 12 "Wieatren
I Dally Mats , ic Kca . .- i , ,jc
Klertlnn Muht Tno shima
N and 1(1 30 p in l'ull Telegraphic
ILtiirn. ll.atl Vo Inrran In I'rlry
Sam Chin A. Mary Marlilr Co
In "THn I,ANl OK DYKIIM." New
lilt Keiii i Calre. In "In htarch or
a I'ait " l.om & Yoacn. 4 Itegals
Olive IlrlHOo. tic. Next Week "An!
They l..ra Happy i:er Atter'- iwn
dlx Hmphnny rlayerw. A,c Clrcat mil
High Clain Vaulelllr. Twice Dally.
HUGH EMMETT & CO . In a Brilliant Ven.
Mlddleton. Fpllmeer . e'o . In tti Comely
J'lajlct, "A Tenaa Wooing
Ilarr nren. Monolosulit. Will Lace.
Trick CSclitt The Colonial Miulcal Trio
The Tlire-e KrankK. Comedy Acrobats, an t
Carter K. Ilolden. Musical entertainers 1
Khowa nlectlnn Meht
Tno ler(irmancea Dally hy 1M Vea Wroth
Ed Lee Wrothe
and til -n
l'nilE' OreAi New lork Cabaret Election
Night Hhon from S.15 to 1 a. m.
Neat Week TUB JOLLY 1'OI.I.IEH
The leader of Thm All
WITH AN ALL-BTAIl CAST.
Dancing Harmonlati & Famous Utauty
ritlDAT NIOHT T1IU (XJUNTRY STOHC.
nitra Midnight rerformance Election Night
Iteturni by Hpeclal Wire Itead From 8tate.
Ket eek-THE AUTO HIHL8.
Sacred Heart Fair
National Rifles Armory
November 4 to 15
Great Luncheon -12 to 2 25c
Fine Amusements and Danctnc
Merchants and Miners Transportation Co,
"FLORIDA BY SEA"
Savannah and 'Jacksonville
Hfit route to ipIorlJa, Cuba, and tha Bo UK
Flna Steamers. Excellent Service. Low
I'arer All ilea merit equipped with wlraleis.
Jev tfteamera Suwaiif and Sjmtriet la
comroleilon. llooma J Luxt. Datha. Seni
Ii. & O. J Tl. TICKET OFFICES, and
617 14TII ST. N. W.
W. P. TUItNEIl I. T. M.. UaltlmoTa. Md.
Mrs. Emily French Barnes
MS Eleventh St. N K. l'n. l.lnc 1739.
Washington School of Accountancy
lnitructlun preparing for c 1'. A. dtfgrv.
and butlntia adminUlratlon pretoilonal
it paga bulletin .nt on request,
Dlr.clnr of Uducatlon. T M. C. A.. UU O St.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
AMERICA'S KAMOUS ALL-TUAR RHSOIIT.
Kor Kelt, Recreation, or I'leasur..
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