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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THUHSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, ldl2.
THREE CARS CRASH
One Man Slightly Hurt, But
Btvorftl passengers were shaken up
nd bruited when threo cars camo to
Bether at Delaware avenue and C atreet
portheaat, laat night. J. A. Flcmlnc, a.
Imssonitcr on ono of the care,
thrown from hla aeat and hurt about
the lege, but declined hoapltal treat
The accident wu caused by a Capital
Traction and a Washington Hallway
and Electric car coming together at the
'Intersection of the streets. The cars
illd not come together with much forco,
but before the motormen could get
them separated, another Capital Trac
tion car crashed Into the rear of the
one ahead. The side and vestibule of
the Washington Hallway cur were bad
ly damaged, and traffic on both lines
cast tied up for nearly halt an hour.
Mrs. M. A. Cousins, of 1301 Kenyan
sliett northwest, had a narrow escape
from serious Injury last evening, when
she was knocked down by another
woman while attempting to board a car
at Fourteenth and tJ streets northwest.
Just as Mrs. Cousins was about to get
on the step the other woman brushed
her aside and she fell In front of a team
of horses. The driver, however, man
Aged to atop tho horses before they ran
over Mra. Cousins. Although bruised
about the body, she declined hospital
A Connecticut avenue car collided at
.the corner of M street thla morning
with an automobile belonging to
Thomas Landon, of 40G 1' street north
west. The automobile was damaged,
but no one was hurt.
Boy Badly Hurt
Truck Strikes Him
With a broken leg and bruises about
the heud and body which he received
by being run down by an automobile
truck. John Casey, a twelve-year-old
Inmate of St, Joseph's Orphan Aalum,
Ninth and II streets northwest. Is a
patient today In the Children's Hos
pital. Although In a serious condition,
the doctors say he will recover.
The boy was crossing Ninth street,
near the corner of II treet, yesterday
afternoon, when he was struck by a
truck of the Fleishman Company, yeast
manufacturers. He was knocked to thu
pavement, but the wheels of the auto
mobile. Old not pass over htm.
Illinois Figures Give
Wilson 1,500 Plurality
CHICAGO. Nov. 7. With 600 perclneU
still to be heard from early today, of
ficial figure give Governor Wilson a
plurality of 1,000 In Illinois over Iloose.
volt and Democratic managers aro
claiming the LVate by at least 10,(00.
The same returns gtvo Dunne, Demo
crat, !fi,5Z7 plurality for governor, with
Deneen. Republican, second In tho throo
REACHES TO KNEES
A Year Asro Wan Threatened With
Hairiness. Tells How she Made Her
Mn. Esther Emery, now visiting frltndi
In the city, Is the fortunate possessor of
marveloutly beautiful hair, hlch, whan
loosed from Its' colls, raits to her knee.
Moreover, It la of soft, silky, and fluffy tex
ture, and In color a gloriously (lossy fold
Yet Just on year ago aha was threatened
with baldness. L'med to tell how she had
obtained this wonderful growth In an short
a time, she said: "Had anyone told me
such marvelous results could be accomplished
ao quickly, I posltlely Mould not have be
lieved It. Twelve months ago my hair,
which then reached barely to my shoulders,
was falling out st an alarming rale and
growing very thin, actually esportng the bald
scalp In several spots. It was dull and life
laaa 'In color, turning grey In patents, and
very dry and brittle. My head was covered
with dandruff and Itched like mad all the
time. I tried fully a dosen different hair
tonics but they were all the same and never
did ma a bit of good. One day I chanced
to read In iny home paper of a almple home
prescription to mike the hair grow that was
recommended by a well-known phvslclan. It
said that by taking ordinary Lav una de
Compose! ani mixing with Bay Hum and
Menthol Crystals and applying to the scalp
each nlht with the linger tips that nun
hair would grow very rapidly. I decided
to try It, and 1 had my druggist mix I us.
of the Lavona de Composee with os of
Ilay Hum and U dr. of Menthol Crvslala,
and started M use It. My, how quickly
my hair did grow. Klrst the hair Hopped
falling, the Itching teased, and the dan
druff disappeared. Then tiny little hairs
appeared all over my scalp. These grew and
grew as though nothing would ever stop
them. They are growing jet and while, of
course. I have used the treatment stoadlly
and expect to continue It, at least unlit my
hair reaches the floor, I might have stopped
and been perfectly satisfied at tho end of
three month- I think that any woman can
get long, thick, beautiful hair by using this
prescription, ss I have recommended It to
several friends and all ore delighted with tho
itsult. The prescription Is very Inexpensive
and any druggist can All It.
Those who use It should lie careful not to
get It on the face or where hair In not
Your Child's Health
depends Inrxrly on the bread
lip tats hla
because this flour contains a
maximum amount of the
strength producing elements of
Your Child needs the extra
nourishment tins flour contains
Kneclfv WIIITIS I.ILV I'LOI II
j. next time ou buy or phone
I West 277-8.
J Manufactured by
I The Arlington Mills
nituAn should in: mviihok j
CITIZENS TO URGE
OF CAPITAL POLICE
Declare Certain Sections of
City Are Not Properly
Plans are being mado by the cltltens'
associations for co-operntlng with the
Commissioners In tlulr attempt to pro
cure from Congress an appioprlallon for
an Increase In the pollco force. With
the vlow of presenting to tho commit
tees of tho House and Senate facta to
show that Insufficient police protection
Is afforded the suburban districts, the
Park View Citizens' Association, It was
announced today, will take a census of
the Tenth precinct, which Includes Park
View, Petworth, Urlghtwood Park,
Brlghtwood. Takoma Park, Plncy
Drench, and part of Columbia Heights,
and extends from Florida avenue to the
Maryland State line north, to Hock
creek northwest, and beyond the Sol
diers' Home to the east.
In view of the rapidly Increasing pop
ulation, additional police protection, It
la said by membets of the association, is
demanded In this and other suburban
letters asking their co-operation In
securing un Increase of th force will be
addressed by the Park View Citizens'
Asfoclotloii to other civic organizations
and to the Federation of Citizens' Assa
clutlons, which Is c-xpectul to utt on
tho tiucBtlcn at Its next meeting.
Jt.a5 Baltimore and Return, Baltimore
c unio. Every Saturday and Sunday.
Good to return until 9:00 a. m. train
Monday. All trains both ways, Includ
ing tho Itoyal Limited. Advt.
Robber Boots and Shoes
FRIDAY'S SHOE SAVINGS
At "HAHN'S" 3 Stores Tomorrow
"BARGAINS!" Not only from the stai.d
point of Low Prices but also from that of High
Quality and Correct Style!
FRIDAY SALE ON
Stylish $3.50 and $4.00
Boys' and Girls' Shoes
f i n 1 Pbnes of capital 'lunllty
anil ihlnic style values sev
eral xriv-les higher than tho
Made nf "xfra serviceable Run
metul fir box mlf and vlt'l kbl
with nullum or heavy welRhl
strictly aullil soles
Ilnvs' slses 1 to S'J.
Girls' llVi to 6. 13 vnlues tjl Prt
Youths' sizes 9 to 13'. Girls'
alios 8H to 11 S1.G0 fljl nr
Child's sizes from 5 to
sizes from 6 to J1 AA
S1.23 values.... D.Uil
FRIDAY'S SALE OF
Swell $3.50 to $5.00 Boots atPW
12 stunning styles which we se
or high heels all sizes and
Women's $2.50 & $3 Values
In Boots and d1 QC
Party Slippers P lVD
25 good looking styles of Fall
and Winter Boots that will
wear us well as If you paid 50c
or 1 n pair more. In Tan or
Black Calf, Vicl Kid, and Patent
Colt. With any desired too
low or hlh heel.
Matin Pumps with or without
Bttap trimmed with satin bow
or chiffon pompon In Illack,
White, Pink, Blue (for 50c a
pair additional vve will de them
any shado you wish )
Made of warm black
Kersey Cloth, for
men and wo
men, us low
, , ,
Do you know a Illch School ISov who would like to sec the YALi:
IIAKVAHD Football Game, Nov 23 at our expense?
0 votes for ... School i
Brine this Coupon here before Nov 14th
CLARA BARTON LEAVES
ESTATE OF $20,000
Na'rnes Committee To Moke Plans
For Compiling of Her
An estate valued at $20,000 was left
by Miss Clara llarton, founder of the
now world-wide lied Cross Society,
whose will has been filed for probato at
Worcester, Mars. The chief asset of
the estato Is her old' homestead at Ox
ford, Mass., which la left Ir the hands
of her executor to bo disposed of os he
sees fit. Her home In Washington. 1)17
T street northwest. Is left to Miss Mary
llarton, her cousin. ... , .,
The original feature of the will Is the
appointment of a committee to mnke all
plana for the compiling of her biogra
phy. This cominlttccc comprlsse the
Itev. Percy II, Kpler. the IleV. William
K. llarton. of Oakport. III.; Dr. J. II.
Swiss Preparation Gaining Manx
Friends In This Country.
In si.eaklnc of whst Hlrolln. the Swiss
t ...... ii.mt. , .inn. fnr nlm. lieu. vv.
I Bumluy of n Iliyard, N. M.. writes!
I leel sure ui-v " .""?:".. " .
will faithfully follow the Hlrolln Treatment
there Is absolutely no doubt In my mini that
even worse esses than mine will vleld Ian
say faithfully thnt It Is wonderful, I have
abfolutely no pain In iny I.unss, eipeclorste
very easily; tx coush st nUhi: sleep well,
can now est food which formerly I had no
sppetlte for and which war repellent to mo,
ran take Mia. deep bresths and bold my
bresth a lona time. General conditions nf
tnKly are flue, ic-od completion, eyes bright,
bowels regular, not nervous or tired, but feel
lust fine Wishing ou nd lurk and thank,
inn you ssaln for my renewed health," etc.
This Is but one of a numl-er of those prais
ing this new Hwlns Itemedy, which lies been
Indorsed by the li-sitln HiecUllsls abroad
information shout Hlrolln ran lie serured In
this country from the Hlrolln Co., JH West
IJroadway, New York City James O'Dnnnell
and all leading druggists sre recommending
snd distributing Hlrolln with considerable
Best Grades Lowest Prices
MENS do QC
Shoes at P-fcu0
Three of the popular "ENGLISH"
styles Laced Shoes with "blind" or
regular eyelets medium or wide toes
secured from an overstocked manufac
turer much below Market Price.
In Tan Calf Black Calf and Pat
sizes and widths Friday at
High Storm Shoes
K-jr Misses and Children Ex
trn lilk'h cut I'.itent Leather
and llluek Calfskin Ilutt'in
Hoots 8k-(-I:i l'rliluv .
Sizes i to 11 nt II..V)
Mzi-h UM to 2 at 1.95
.''mall bnn' storm culr, htuh
cut weathei proof shoes with
2 straps ami buckles at top.
Size 10 to 13 ' Krl- P1 PA
day at 5JL.DU
Boys' and Girls' Tans
A dozen smart styles of the.
populur Tan Itussln Calf Hut
ton nnd larrd boots Hnve f-0c
n pair Frldav :
Mr Hoys' & illrh' sizes ..1.9.
.Small 1Ioh' & (ilrls' sizes. $1.50
WOMEN'S fco ftC
cured UNDER PRICE:
The new (irny Whipcord Top Button
Doots In Oun Metnl Calf and Patent Colt
very svvanBer this full
4 styles in Tan llussla Calf Uutton and
G faHhlonuble sorts of Illack Calfskin
and Puti-nt Collskln Uoots with cloth, velvet
calf, or kid tups.
in popular short front; nar-
'row, medium, or wide toes with low
widths at $2.95.
Women's House Slippers
Of All Kinds o Cf
Values to $1.50
Warm Black, lied, and Gray
Kelt Juliets, with fur trimming,
and llexlble hand-turn solus
Ked, Chinchilla, or Navy Blue
Pelt "Coinf" Slippers, with felt
and leather soles, padded with
suf t vv ool.
Blnck Bed, Pink, Blue, nnd
Brown Kid "lloudolr" Slippers
'With iiullted Inner sole und
Soft Black Kbl strnp Slippers
with Common-Senso or Opera
Child's warm white,
bluek, nnd Krny As
trakhan also Kood
King ut .
233 Pa. Ave. 5.E.
Jlubuell, of Glen Echo, Md.; Miss Janet
Jennings, of Madison, Wis.; Mfss Kate
nenjamln, of Chicago; and Miss 13.
Halstead, of St. I.ou!s. Mo.
All her personal letters, documents,
and memoirs relating to her worlt In
the civil war, tho Franco-Prussian war,
and tho founding of the lied Cross, aro
left to this committee.
Practically the entire estate goes to
the following relatives of Miss llarton:
Herman P. Illcclus. Miss Badle Illcclus,
nnd Mrs. George King, of Worcester,
children of the late Mis. Adolph Illcclus.
niece of Miss llarton; Mrs. Charles M,
Clark, niece; Mrs. John II, Harford,
niece; Dr. Herbert P. llarton, of tho
Clara llarton Hospital, In I.ns Angeles,
("al.; I.orln C. llarton nnd Clarence W.
llarton, nephews, of I.os Angeles: and
Stephen H. llarton, of Doston, n nephew,
Baltimore & Ohio to Pimlico daces,
llaltlmore, Nov, 1 to 12. ftxprcss trains
from Union Station to llaltlmore "Iiverr
hour on the hour." Advt.
(( Nearly any length you want i
up to 10 Yards in
Worth from 50c to $1.25 Yd.
Short lengths like these takn up
room, they take up a salesman'
time to keep straight and to keep
track of, so we havn decided that
we shall throw them all out or
the llnrsaln Tables tomorrow for
you to reject from at ,15c a yard.
lllaek Trail ilr Cjanes
lllnrk Jap Mlka
v rirsi comers iihvo oent cnoice. Jl
The Whole Store Astir With Friday Specials
In Things Needed for Present, as Well as the Future Your Best Interests Should Start You Early to This Store
$30 to $35 Evening Dresses
Selling at $ 1 5.00
Arrived too late to be marked
important sale, which will go on
you ever saw at $30 to $35, and think of it only $15 to pay for them. This price does not begin to cover cost
of materials, let alone the making. Beautiful styles, made of Imported Robes, some beaded, others handsomely
embroidered and just the shades
American Beauty, King's Blue, Light Blue, Pearl Gray, Emerald,
You lose money if you neglect this opportunity therefore be
these dresses at $15.
For all occasions; every
good style and color;$30to
$35 value; choice now at. .
You Can Buy at Kann's Friday
Remnant and Sample
Lots of Waists
AT PRICES TO MAKE YOU REMEMBER THE
DAY FOR MONTHS TO COME.
Odd Lots Linene Tailor-Made Shirts
A limited quantity only, in a broken line of
sizes. These are made with laundered col- r
lars and cuffs. Reduced for Friday to, each. DUC
Odd Lots Embroidered Linen Waists
With panel of fine embroidery work; laundered
collar and cuffs. Sizes 34 to 40 in several rjr
styles. Reduced from $1.25 Friday to, each. SC
v Waist Store Street
An Odd l.iil of
Worth to 75c yd. 12tC
Not full nieces In any of these,
nnd Incoming Holiday neckwenr
must be provided for, so these pleat
Ings, fine iiinlltles though they nie,
must go out. That Is the leason
for tomorrow's ridiculous sain pilco
Komii holld colors, some In Unman
or other striped designs, and soma
plain nnd striped or pl.ild silk com
bined, a few- neat pleatlngs In the
lot, also Borne little chiffon rose
trimmings. Orent vurlety of color-
hiLack KNITTKI) MI'KFLnnS.
only a few. shnped to lit the neck,
good and warm for cold days, Q
black only Frldaj, choice IC
v r.ecKvvear more mreet rioor. jj
.Miscellaneous Lot of
That nre worth from 12V4c to 19c
Odds nnd ends Initials, silk cold!,
a few skeins of wool, anil little silk
v linrKHin i aoies rtueci i- loor
O'REILLY WILL GIVES
ESTATE TO FAMILY
Trust Created For Wife, Daugh
ter, and Three Sisters Cleve
land Gifts Disposed Of.
The estate of MaJ. Oen. Itobett M.
O'tlcllly. I) S. A former surgeon gen
eral nnd frleud of President and Mrs.
:iv(.tiw' i left In trust with Oen.
James Alltn and Major M. W. Ireland
for his wife, daughter, nnd throo sla
ters, tinder thu terms of his will, d-ited
May 10, 1906.
Certain household furnishings and his
Lot of Good Values in these
"Mill Lengths" of Wash Goods
"Alill lengths." also many remnant lots from our own stock,
offering a chance to save on the very goods you want. These to
be found on Bargain Tables, Street Floor.
10c Outlne Flannel. In n variety of patterns, stripes, checks, etc.,
good width, two cases received from
leneths. Friday's price, a ynrd..
Itemnants of .'5c to 39c Silk and
Cotton floods, both plain nnd fancy
effects, dots, Jaciunrd and figured
designs. In nil colors, light lOlltn
and dark, a ynrd, Friday
8c Apron fllnghnms, In tho good
T W THE BUSY
Feature In This Most Successful Sale
to $35.00 Suits. Coats, and Dresses
and placed on sale for today, so
record as one of the season's biggest events. The handsomest lot of
in greatest demand will be found
:v) Is that piece
Select the right piece from these
If you are going to make little
bows of the ribbon you purchase
tomorrow, we will tie them for
you free of charge.
' to In niblHiiiH In KOOil lengths,
and gooj colors, a yard to- Q
1 to In. Ribbons, silk and satin
tnrTetnH. In all the wanted colors,
nnd Just the lengths most use- C
ful for fancy work, a yard . . Jl
." to 7 In. Taffctu, and Satin Hlb
bons, also fancy effects, including a
the most desirable colois,
a nrd ....
600 Pairs of
The) are broken lots, with almost
every size In the lot In one or the
other of the various Ftvles,
Patent coltBkln, pntcnt kid, nnd
Made on the lntesl lasts, In button,
blucher, or lace stsles.
Shoe worth erv much more, but
because of being to b idly Inoken in
slscs to go out tomoiiow nt Kildayi
clearing price n pan ut U 'J.'
II f(nn a.... CT..nn.I i-iiine
iv riiur auni: OvLniiu i iwm ji
10c a yard the Value.
Tomorrow's Sale Price, vard . . . O 4C
For Sea Island Cotton
An extra heavy quality, unblcnch
ed, will soon blench white. Is suit
able for making Reamed sheets
gives good service. In good CVtn
lengths, 10c quallt, a ard O .l
Interest In the estate of his mother, un
devised to his slslcis. Mary, Margaret,
and Isobcl O'IMIIy. Ills jewelry, musi
cal Instruments, commissions In the
nrmy nnd a sllvct lovlmr cup and can
delabra, presented to him by President
Cleveland, nro ieft to his daughter.
.Mrs. O'llellly will rocolvo th-j Income
flom the residue of the estate during
her life, and on her death It will go
lo the sisters. On tho death of tho sis
ters the daughter will come Into pos
session of the trust fund.
Alarms in October
Fire losses In the District In October
nmounted to a total of I18.MI, covered
by on Insurance of flll.MX), according lo
the monthly report of Fire Chief Wag
nr madn nubile todav.
Ninety-eight alarms of flro wero re
ceived, of which twelve were false.
tho mills; all Rood usable CLZllO
10c yard wide Percales, In light
and dark colorings, figured, checked,
ind striped patterns. Frl- r73Un
dav'a mice, a yard '
wearing blue, brown, and green
sizes of checks.. Friday, a C3V,
they will add to the interest of
in this assortment
Nile, Mais, Pink, Black, and White.
here early tomorrow for one or more of
Plain tailored, fancy cut
and trimmed styles. $25 to
of Fancy Work
(f Extraordinary Friday Reduction
1 to 12 yards
med with laces, braids, tucks, etc. very
desirable for sash curtains, fancy work,
etc. Your choice, each ,
Good lengths, nnd
- Street Floor.
Wee Ones' Coats,
At Remnant Prices
t,l.l,..- ...t.l. 1I..W 1 n 1
imiii.n i.iitiL' ji-iiiuril luril
Coats, only a small lot, made with
round shoulder enpe, extra lay
down collar, a little mussed from
handling 52.00 values. flj-l f)(T
Children's Knitted Drawer Lec
Blngs, In red only, 8l7.es 1 nnd 2
Ji'uid, iii.il iveu uuwil irom
60c and 59c to
Children's Hert Sweateis.
size only, made hlirh or "V
stvles. Worth Jl 00 and
$1 50 Friday
Children's Wear Store Pecond
. - -
I For Soft Finished Cambric
Jii Inches wide, with a sort finish
that mrkes It so desliahle for wom
en'" and child! en's weur ltemnant
lengths contain from two to elgh'
v irus, iuc n ynrd Is regulai
prlie, union nw
Will Speak Today
A big attendance at the address to be
given this afternoon In the Masonic
Temple by Ambassador Ilryca Is ex
pected, because opportunities to hear
the distinguished llrltlsh writer and
diplomat are not many. Ambassador
Urycc will speak to the members of the
law department of Qeorge Washington
University and others on the theme
"Lord Chancellors nnd Leading Men
of tho English liar Whom I Have
C. M. Newman a Senator.
Christian M, Newman, brother of Ed
win A, Newman, candidate for Demo
cratic national committeeman for this
city, has been elected a State senator
In Connecticut by a majority of toJover
his Republican opponent.
Remnant Price That Will
Attract All To Dress Goods
GOOD, USEFUL LENGTHS
50c to 59c Dress Fabrics
Hundreds of yards of some
of the season's best weaves, in
eluding ALL-WOOL BATISTES
in cream, light blue, pink, tan
navy, old blue, old rose, brown,
red, garnet, lavender, and black.
CHECKS, SUITINGS, AND
DIAGONALS. All widths, M
to 42 inches. Choice
of these desirable
fabrics. Yard, Friday.
Street Floor Bargain Tables.
&--)hjm 3 I if of
-. - J)
Items that Forcibly Say B-U-Y
500 AGENTS' SAMPLE LACE CURTAIN
CORNERS that, if full size or full pairs, would be
$2 to $4 a pair, offered Friday at a price that should
close every one out in a single day. These are made
from the full side and hottom hordpr nnrl prlirinp
" -"- o-"t
long; made of net or scrim, trim
aii - i piui vi iiiru nuur. jj
Matting, Floor Oil Cloth
and Fibre Carpets
20c to 40c grades, 11?,,
Choice yd IOC
The Mattings represent accu
mulations of all kinds in lengths
of 1 to 10 yards.
The Oil Cloths are 1 to 5 yard
pieces for halls, pantries, etc.
The Fibre Carpets are yard
wide, perfect, reversible pat
terns, in 1 to 15 yard lengths.
Hug- Store Third door
r J M-.lv :i:
uuuu mesu veiling
A Yard 18c
Which you pay !5c a yard for or
dinnrllv Yon me not icstilcted to one or
two pitterns. either, bicuuse the pi lie
Is undei legulni v nine The nrsort
ment Is good. Including fancv
meshes, nnd shndovv lnces, nnd tu
cm choose from blown, hlue all
blnck, nnd bla k-nnd-whlle combina
tion? yv iiaigain Tunics- aircet i-1001 jj