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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FIIIDAY, NOVEM11EK 15, 1012.
Participants in Sorority Show
Bulgarians Refuse to Halt
Hostilities Until Docu
ment Is Signed.'
(Continued from Flrt I'agc.)
hl li win nr.lnlcil nut. nn1 rcnolvcd an
ho mny be; not lo unbuilt tn It fcirce by i
the ix.ncr In hhs vltnl mutter. It wlij
t lie Ktlierai oiuninn mm no mu
Kiw ccinjlilouililc wclnlit t tho protean
rMi of 111 (rlsmla the miniums
Kulit ptml'tis Iiln lctory to the mere
lj Bit"luinltti cllmux of mi OLiuputiuit
or the Kultun'H capital.
I.uttrt nilvkPH left no doubt lli.it lie
cm enter, lioweer. If he plriinra. Ne
that he had liroken tho Cliatnlja de-fennr-i
nnd rompletely shattered tho
TurklKh force which was holding them,
i fully confirmed. It wan conlderil
certain Hint III aim) would aucreeil
Itllln n few liciuri. In Kcttlng between
Constantinople and the disorganized
horde nt Chntaljn. probably compelling
.Vflllin 1'nnhii tn Mirremlrr and haltiK
the capital Hholli at his mercy.
ATIIKNS, Nov. 16 A 8tronK detach
ment from the Oreek force, which re
cently occupied Salonika, was advanc
ing on Monuntlr todnj.
CONSTANTINOI'I.K, Nov. 13 -r-Tho
Powers amlmsradorH here today told the
l'orte that Bulgaria alone mnnnt agree
to nn armistice It niunt consult Ha nt
Ilea, and thla will take a little time.
This was Interpreted aa Indicating Hulk-aria
is deterinliird to occupy Constan
tinople before discussing peace terma, as
It can then make harder tcima
I'BTTtNJU. Nov. 13 The Montenc
Ciina today captured the heights com
manding Han (3lovaunl dl Medua, tho
Adilntlc port for poiacaslon of hjch
Monti negro, Sen la, and Austria ure all
! JACK DALTOi!
HER PURSE 18 LOST
But Mrs. Browne-Jones
Finds It, After All In
amb.la Alumnae ; of "';' WOUlldS Sweetheart?
uol ill Ooticagu College Ili'Ui
is Killed t5y 1 rain
I Hltflmi I
HItIi .. hr.nl
lit, nvoii.tnr it !li r.,.m!ii l'.. Till; Ollll I'
sketch Is a nort of lidr'i ii'im on femi
nine pIToiIh to linllatii m"ie men and
In entitle.! Hlstei Muwns." It has to
do with efforts to organise mill iimtiiil
u lodge of nuiiR women w tilth nhiill
lie its ivur the icjI tlilim as can l.i
uui(-rl After the Imli" Is m g inlzert
(Viral Inltl.illons nre comllieled
Miss Mill) Mlnnlx t.lll pl" the l ail
ing part III this liiiilewliie iisslstcil li.
iitiumg nlhiis. Miss I.III'nn MOiajigli.
Mrs Unbolt HuIIUmii. nml Miss I.lllmii
leander In ll:i otliT sketch tit
loser of the pockelhoul will Imi icted
lis Miss (ill- Wrlirht. lth Hie sup
tort of Mlrses I'liiruic- Ilalllim; i
Clirn Ktiick. IMIth Bwtt llolcil Me
CiirilTiilue nr.il Huirift Hiioa.
The ,nlll'il linilllieis if tltf os-illllt
VIII Im piessul hard foi nnpiilailly u
the dnnclnv and slngln" luriis. pniml-
nent In which will be M.ss i -"-'".:
till! Miss MenniiKli. ad Miss tarilo
Wife of Turkish Pasha
Sends Money To Aid Men
Wounded on Battlefields
LONDON Nov. 13 Mine Itljaat, wife
of Itljatt 1'asliu, secretary of the Turk
Mi ligation here, who Is consldeied
the most beautiful woman who eicr ap
piartd at the eouit of St James, today
MISS LILLIAN MENATJGH.
MISS HELEN DURNIN.
TO RAVE A MAN IN
Congressman Burleson or
Congressman Henry Ex-
yected To Get Post.
WILLOW TREE ALLEY
District Supreme Court Sets
Asfde Objections and Sus
When Mrs Hroune-Jnnes gut home
fium the reiltnl at th" Ne Wlllurd
nnd found mlHslug li r poi kcthuuk,
whlih eoiitiilneil sum.. J.Miflry ns iv.ll
mi iuiiiu). Mis Iliiiuiie-Jnnes m irl.t
"passid nwiiy, its she put It liei If
Then tame ft .nil le "busliuss" ol
searching rnintlcally, of culling t p
.Major Slvestei, n persouul ft lend, at
police heitiliuaitcis, und setting ni u
hotel hallboy nnd bellhop to starching.
Suddenly suspicion fell on the good
looking woman who sat next to Mis.
tiniu ue-Jones nt the recital. The pile
were asked to arrest her. Then It was
learned that the said good looking
woman Is tho wife of a client of Mia
tlronne-Jnnes, whom Mrs. II. -J. had
never happened tn meet, but who iwis
hum io cuine in iiiiiuer wiiri ner iltisiiuitii
In a few minutes at the Urnivne-Jones'
home In Massachusetts avenue north
Dually the coat worn by Mrs. II J.
was searched again and pocketbook Is
discovered In lining. Curtain.
The aboe Is the scenario of on.- of
the two sketches which will be on the
SET FOR TOMORROW
innrr) lilni He lilt hsr-PTtll n hummer
und Iriitmreu nor ..... r,
Tho girl's relatives sp.va nn ularin
nd a mob pursued C'nlit ,
CltAMPAIUN, III.. Nov. ri.-1'lcolnB
from a mob, James Cain, n weilthy
oiiti farmer, stepped In front of n faet
Illinois Central tialn nt Ituntoul und
wits Killed Cain seriously wounded Ids
slxteen-yenr-o'.d RMcethiuit, Dorotln
Lowrcy, here becausi- she would tint
For Infants and Ohlldrejf,
The Kind You Have Always Bdtilit
film" am of UutAffi&Wk
Surgeon Who Attended Roosevelt
Will Use Knife on
CIIICAC.O. Nov. 13 -William Iorlmer,
ousted -is I'nlted States Senator fiom
Illinois, will be npirnteil upon for np
pendlcltls at 10 ii'i lock tomorrow nt the
Dr. Arthur liean lleiin one of the
Burgeons who nttenled Cnlnnel Itnosi -elt
while he was eonllned at the Merry
loplta1. will perforin the optiatlon
J HUB PURNITURt: CO. 8g8gB
Only line nilinill (It I MM"."
Thst Isl.AXATIVi: llltOMO Ol IMNK ln't
program of the atuge frolic given h, the uyl-; jijwtjr. , winoVB-urrj
Trias, nhlch has been tiling th
Democratic ticket since 1843, Is deter
mined to hac u member In the nojtt
Presidential Cabinet, for tho first tlmo
In Its history Tcxus Congressmen who
airUetl here toda) were Jubilant at the
piospects of having either Congressman
it I .- I'Aniirnauiiiun iisHou itr
sent additional funds to aid the skk , Teiaa. named frn Cabinet pUiceV bui
and wounded on battlefields In the they all declined to say which of the
lldlkaui Mine Uljaat throughout the two the) would urge President-elect
war hui bten attlve In colliding money ' Wllspn to appolnL
to relluc the suffering In the Sultan's ,lf ' becomes upparent that onl) one
domain f these men can be honored with a
It was Mmo HIJ.iat who llrst Intro- df-slgiiatloii to the Wilson official fain
duced the Hcd Cross Into Turkey some "V. the Texas delegation In tongress
)ears ago She has been United scxeial "' -" 'o'"'1 lo "" caucus und In.
times to assume personal charge of the dorse either one or the other If they
woik In that countiy, but has declined, ""J'0 ? lan,J " ' Cabinet bel th.
declaring that It Is u wife's duty to go , denntor Culberson is udvlcc will also
with her husband be sought Bcnator Halleys advice prob-
The Turkish government has pralied . uXv "'" n0' ! sought,
lu-i by (diet for her work. This Is con-1 . tongressman "enry's choke Is knotin
sitlercu one or the greatest houois or i uc "" '"J?1 '," ninw i. "
the country. In which women are kept ' gressmaii uuurauus im ""j
In the backgioiind.
But Plague Is Spreading,
Report Received Here
Absolute quiet reigns In the city of
Conntuntluople, according to adilces re
ceived hv the State Department from
Ambassador rtockhlll No confirmation
has been received of the reported suc
cessful attack of tlulgarlans on the
Turkish line ut Chatalja. IteportB from
American missionaries lp the Interior of
Turkey nre reassuring A Roumanian
war vessel has Joined the foreign naval
force, now at Constantinople
Tlic ravages of oholerU have increased
omen hut. It Is currently reported that
the invasion of the ranks by thjs'plague
and the consequent demoralization of
troops already panicky from constant
defeat, lire responsible for tho pacific
attitude of Turkey. Unless tho govern
ment mnkes overtures for temporary
peace. It Is believed the troops will
mutiny In some of the Infected places.
$i.3S Baltimore and Return, Baltimore
& Ohio. Kvery Saturday and Sunday.
tSood to return until 9.00 A. M. Train
Mond.'is'. All trains both ways. Includ
ing tho Itoyal Limited Advt.
beep ascertained. He has made no bid
for n post, and his boom Is entirely in
the bands of his friends. He lias been
talked of for the Secretanshln of Agrl
culture, but would also be willing. It Is
believed, to accept some other place,
Th-fconc tiling settled In the minds of
the tfxas men Js to have representation
in the Cabinet. If the) don't get It. ac
cording to opinions expressed here ti.
day. thev wui tie very mucn qistressea.
Officers To Receive
Records of Service
The Adjutant General of the Army
will shortly forward to ajl officers an
exuet, account of their service during
the l,t sjx,)cars, for the purpose of
Informing thosy who are absent from
their commands when thev must re
turn Under the act of Congicss ap
piovcd August 24, officers may not bo
absent from their commands more than
four years. The records aept to each
officer will show where he has been
on duty, 'and 'If on leave or detail tho
He will pefsonallv keep this record In
shape after receiving the Information to
date from the adjutant general.
Justice Ilarnard, of the District Su
preme t'ouit, tisla) handed down an
opinion setting aside the objections niado
bv eertalu pioperty owners to the ver
dict of the lommlsslon In the proceed,
lugs to condemn Willow Tree alle) for
The commission awarded damages
amounting to tri,DE.2t and assessed hen
ellts In the sum of S.473 9'.', to which
property owners tiled exceptions, hut
the court hulds that the objections uru
without legal foundation.
It was stated by the court that tho
law does not provide for notice to
Dersons whose land Is tn be condemned.
hut that the twenty days alluwi tl for
exceptions Is ample protection or tno
rights oT all parties Interested
Col. LaLarde Joins
Board of Examiners
Col Louis A. IJiOarde, Medical
Corps, has been detailed to act as a
member of the examining hoard at Ihe
Army Medical Museum btilldln In
Washington He leplutes Col llenr) P
Illrmlnglinm of the Medltal Corns, who
Is relieved from dut with the board
under orders Issued by the War Depart
Freedom From Consti
Biliousness is positively guaranteed by th
occasional use of
the Laxative Blood Purifier putup in
neat boxes handy to carry with you.
Al all Jint'au, 25c, 60c sad $1.00 kn,
Frfr wnpU sad 100-pst book writ
PutoU Co.. 100 Scoad Ato., Now York.
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YOU'LL BE PLEASED
With your new hat if
you come to my store
Just the style you
want in my five-times-greater
variety. And my
$3.00 quality for $1.50
represents value that no
other hatter can equal.
Is There a Reason for
COME IN TODAY !
167 styles $ 1 5Q
$3 valuet J,
003 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
at Oth St.
SPECIAL JEWELRY SALE
Great Inducements For
Early Christmas Buyers
Qndi Laid Atldt For Christmas on a Small Depisit
Ladies'' & Gentl omen's
(35 Genuine Diamond
nd fliflP AA
32 Cranln? Kings OSD.UW
J7t Genuine Diamond ffCA nf
J135 G(.ntiin Diamond Cinrt (f
$8 Gold Filled
radlfn' or Orn-
rnltrt 10 yrfrw.
$15 Lt&dlen' and Gentlemen's Gold
Filled Watch!). I'.lgln qi (in AA
YVMtham movement ulU.VU
$:0 14-kt. Solid Gold
$5 Gold-filled Bracelet $3.50
$7 Gold Bracelets $5.00
$10 Gold Bracelets $7.50
$7.50 Men's Solid Rnid
J7.S0 Men's Solid Gold
7.60 lilles' Solid Gold
14 76 IkIIpb' Solid Gold
Tiffany Illnfrs . ...
$5 Solid Gold La
valiers and Chains
$1. Diamond I.aaller
$18 Diamond Lavnllrr"
Car. 7tk Bail
Ai.i ranmiiMi mi iioximi ntnn.
Kahn Optical Co.
625 7th Street N.W.
Ilppti.ltr It, s,
Is the Key
Note of Our
r' iTiMli iMh ill
'; f f B ISM ill kV Copyright 1912
CjjUl Ei lllltfl TheHouioi
lB IIIhI Kuppcnhatacf
In this live store
we have more im
portant duties to per
form than merely
making sales. Mak
ing friends with us is
more important, for
we realize that busi
ness must be mutual
We are building
business by cement- "" mmm '
ing old friendships and making new ones.
Contributing to our success are the inimi
table garments from
The House of Kuppenheimer
They are the best garments we know.
They have more fit more style more shape
than any other garments we have ever seen.
We are featuring some values this week in
suits and overcoats that are really remarkable.
EVERY SUIT OR OVERCOAT BOUGHT OF US.
NO MATTER WHAT THE PRICE, IS GUARAN
TEED TO GIVE SATISFACTORY SERVICE OR
WILL BE REPLACED WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE.
1013 Pa. Ave.
Times Want Ads Bring Results
Keeping Down Expenses
-without sacrificing quality is a simple matter when you know
WHERE TO BUY our table supplies. Economical housewives
Reducing Butter Bills
-by taking advantage of these SPECIAL PRICES on high-class
Pure Elgin Creamery Butter, per lb. . . . 35c
"Four-Leaf Clover" Creamery, 5-lb. boxes . . $2.00
IF 'Don't forget to include a supply when ordering for
Sunday. Call, write, or phone.
JAMES F. OYSTER
Mnniln In I'rlm'lpnl Mnrkrla.
lMiunr .Mil I n IS'.'O.
dPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 9 P. M.
Make it a point to visit this store tomorrow and buy thu
Furniture that's still needed to make your home comfortable.
You'll SAVE MONEY on every purchase, and our LIBERAL
CREDIT TERMS permit you to pay in the easiest way.
This Exact $4.50
Very pretty, hand pol
ished, genuine solid quar
tered Oak Rocker, saddle
i... bi hack and spindle
arms. A special value.
This Exact Swell Door Three-Mirror Top
China Case, containing a reg
ular $4.50 Dinner Set (31 pieces)
$32 total value, for . . .
I IIICCITIII IIM IU(J
Case is of
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Li -jane. .. rM
Iuj ll I IA SA
Is of New
This Brass. Trimmed Enamel IRON BED
With Woven Wire Spring and Cotton-Top
Mattress, complete for
LT f '
This $2.00 QO
Sewing Table Zj Ol
A strong well-braced Sewing
Table, natural finish, with yard
measure along edge. Regular $2
value for 98c.
Ik Mil Bmriiire Ql
Corner Seventh and D Streets