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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1012.
WILL BE KEPT UP
Washington Rabbi and Attor
ney Ready to Help Battle
for Equal Rights.
Any Idea that nn agreement could b
reached v.lth ltusnla In tho matter of
treaty relations without considering tho
passport question as It relates; to mem
bers of the Hebrew rnco In this country
was dispelled by Matcmints mado by
Blmon Wolf, on attorney nf tho city
and tho llev. Dr. Abram Pinion, of tho
Washington Hebrew lonRrcnutlon, two
of tho most influential HibreWB of tho
District, this morning.
Both men declared that the matter
was not ono that should ho considered
from the "narrow standpoint of race,"
but concerned tho American nation and
its citizens, and on that ground could
not bo considered without receiving op
position from u laruo propurtlon of tho
"Wo shall do all In our power to pre
vent any arrangement liclns mado with
rtusBla whereby the pasiport question
will bo Ignored, shelved or postponed,
and simply tho money question made
the pivot for continued friendly rela
tions," said Mr. Wolf
Will Keep Up Fight.
"It Is better to hao no relations
whatever with Itussla and ultimately
to sccuro the preat purpose for which
ic havo been lighting, than subordinate
the real Issue, for the sake of u few pal
try, dollara. . . ...
"I speak only as an ahi -" "-;'""
In this matter, for It Is an Isiuo of tho
rights of American citizens abroad.
This country fought u great war. last
ing four years, for the sake of a prin
ciple. Is It now going to Bacrlflco Uiit
principle for the sake of a relatively
lnBlgnltlcant anioiit of money 7 ,.
Mr. Wolf denied that he had taken
any action tuward arou!.jg sentiment In
this matter through meiwu f tho differ
ent Hebrew organizations here or else
where. Asked If his liilim ic w th
President Taft would not glo Mm In
formation r.'gardlm; any pos'lhlllty of
p. commercial treat being signed. Mr.
Wolf said that he knew nothing of uny
action being taken tuu.ird the signing of
a treaty ut this lime nor of any feeling
on tho part of the Administration that
such a commercial treat) ought to bo
signed without III' ludlnrf runlderatlor.
of tho rasspoit question
Dr. Simon's Views.
Tho ltev. Dr. Simon cJllul attention to
the fact that the mutter of tho treaty
had been mude a polltlial l-suo up to
the present time in this country He
also said thnt Ri.ssla probably wished to
consummate a commercial treaty before
tho flrBt of January and that .ictlon to
this end might bo taken In that coun
"The present situation undoubtedly ic.
nulrcs careful consldeiatlon " said Dr.
tilmon In reply to a question as to
whether tho .istirn situation might not
icmpllralo tho prcblcn. on account of
tr.r desire of American diplomats to
continue on friendly urms with Ttussl.i.
"I do not think thut the matter can ho
considered, however, without proper
adjustment of the passport situation,
und I speak us a citizen, not as it mem
ber or representative of the Hebrew
"As far as I know." he continued,
"there has no uctlon been taken by any
tit tho Hebrew organizations here in
tho matter, Tho matter Is too broad to
bo pluccd on such basis, it Is a ques
tion at recognition of the- rights of
American citizens of anj racial chur
acterlsts." Sounding Public Opinion.
- Whether certuln uports which hne
"been given out that a modus lcndt hud
been decided upon bvtwem llussla. und
this country to acrt a tariff wnr hnd
been fathered by mlaln monejed Inter
ests for commercial purpcs could not
bo determined, It being suggested also
that the report was giun out for tho
purpose of bounding public opinion.
Ilabbl Simon declared that although
no action had yet bcui takin ugalust
tho consummation or a commercial
ticaty by any of the Hibrew organiza
tions here. It was not at all Improbable
that they might take a btand on tho
ground of lnfrlnguncnt of their rights
ot ciuztnsnip n tno n.atter wcto
Drougiu to u ncaii.
READY TO START
Benefit For Church Will
On Larger Scale Than
In the Past.
More elaborate thin otliei Mmllur en
tertainments of Its kind, tho annual
bazaar of the Trlnlt r.lsiop.il Church,
which opens tonight in tin- parish hall,
la expected to ml u Uivr nim toward
lifting tho Indeblidm- on tho churcli
Tho bazznar opens at
a clicus parade, follow
race, then a one-n. t i
gles Fumlly "
Fiom 5 until 0 p in t
courso dinner will In -
nenil.iT. Thinsdiiv ami
II o'clock w Ith
1 b a chariot
a The SlllK-
"in.M iow a fnur-
n il on Wed-
I il.i, 12 tu li
o clock, it lum I n I'
a door prUe
Each night of th, i..,i i,
will bo glv Ml, till lilt I, ,
three Inihln Is id li Is h n.n .t,,.... n.. u.n.u
of Hour ono ham, and s ni" other prizes,
Mrs. tiemg, V in I ...,11, wife of
the p.ihtoi. Is ihainnai ,,i ,h ijZiiiir
committee The diftnm (p.utmeiits
ore In charge of th. r. Ilowlng Mis.
Townlet MeKec. Jipm -. t th Mrs
Mary Wat's, funcv Ih.oii, Miss I.illlo
Ackei, luinmoii-seiise I ,tde Miss Irene
Carter, i like table Miss i.-th Mac-Fate,
California booth. Miss Hil. ne Hehnlder,
f'oner and cundv booth a1ih Klc.mor
Wallace, apron and bank, n hlef table,
Miss DathiiH Ktebbins 1. unmade well.
Sidney Wallace, tin- counttv stoic, Miss
Kutll llligllifc. "Mrs Igga f.ililiiigu
Patch," Mis M c Snalir hulitii.iii
refreshment loiuniltte, ,in, iS Will
lam New hull and Mis A Vox, cashiers.
YOU owe It to your family to havo
a bottle of TOXMMXi: ready for
Instant use nt the tlrht appearance
of Soro Throat. TOXSIMNE will
cure It, nnd by curing It you nvoltl
the danger of Tonsllltls, Quinsy,
Croup. Diphtheria nnd otherellseases.
No wonder TONSIUXE is bo
popular a Sore Throat Cure. It Is
mado to cure Soro Throat. When
you havo Soro Throat the gateway
to tho body Is sick. Then von need
a remeuy you can oe suro of
one mono especially fori
curing nore i nroai oon t do.
lay TONSILIXK Is tho stitch
25 cents and BO cents. Hos
pital Blzo .O0. AJi DruKBtsta.
BOY GUIDE DEATH
Coroner Decides Fatal Fall From Hotel Fire-Escape Was
Without Intention Funeral Will Be Held To
morrow From Catholic Church.
WAmiixoTON Tistna iiritiiAU.
ALi:.ANI)ltIA, VA , .NOV. IS.
Coroner Samuel 11. Moore, lalo jes
tciday afternoon, Issued a certlllcnto of
accidental death In tho case of Patrick
Ilucklpy, "the hoy guide'' of Alexandria,
whoso body wps found ut thu foot of a
llrc-escapo In the rear of the llrnddoclt
House yesterday morning. No Inquest
will, therefore, be necessary.
Ills, funeral will be held tomorrow
moinlng nl 0 o'clock from Bt. Mary's
Catholic Church and services will be
conducted bv ltev. Father Kelly.
'Huckley was nineteen )enrs old. Ho
has a father and two brothers llxlns.
An hour's) time was consumed by Po
llco Justice Caton today In making a
thorough Investigation of the case of
Qcorgc Jones, charged with Felling co
caine. Jones lias been arrested by tho
police on severnl occasions, chnrged
with tho same offense, but has ulways
mnniged to cecapo punishment. On
Saturday night, police ofilccrs raided u
house In the northeastern section of the
city where a number oT "coke" tletids
hnd congregated und In the haul w.is
Jenes. A quantity ot the urug was
captured and a number of witnesses
testified that they had purchased It
ftom Jones. The latter wus held for
tho nctlon of the grand Jury by Justice
Cuton. In connection with the memorial serv
ices whli h will ho held at the Children's
Home tonight In commemoration of the
life of Charles N. Crltlenton, the philan
thropist, who was a former resident of
Alexandria, teferenco will be made to
the death of Churles S. Moiton In Chi
cago yesterday. Mr. Morton, who also
TAFT TO HANG OUT
President's Brother Making
Arrangements for Cincin
President Tnft, with only four cnrs
of active legal pra lice to build
upon, but solidly buttressed with tnc
prestige of having held tho highest of
llee In the land, will hang out his
shlnglo In Cincinnati after March 4
us an attorney ut law, soliciting a gen
eral pructlce In the several court.!.
Churles p. Toft, brother of thu Presi
dent, s now conducting nigotiatlons for
offices lu n ecntr.illy located building.
From the fact that Charles P. Tnft,
luultl-mllllonalre, U looking after the
anangements It Is uiitlclp.-it.d that the
law offices of William Howard Taft
will bo about ns complete us those of
any lawer in tho land Kxceptlng hli
son, Ilobert, who graduates from law
school next spring. President Taft will
havo no partner.
President Taft was admitted to prac
tise In 1SSU. During tho following time
years he was a law eoiiit report' r, ,t
collector of Internal p vt nun and i
prosecuting attorney, from 1W1 until
1SST he pr.ictlh d law. During the re
mainder of Ms cnreei he has held pub
lic office. Although Presldi lit Tuft has
had only four yeurs expi rli nee In ac
tual practice he was many years u
Federal Judge and he counts nn his ex
perience on the bemh a- h.-lng ex
tremely valuable In the practice of law.
Joy! Weather Bureau
Can See No Cold
Tim nne definite, clean-cut proposition
ndvunced bv the Weather llureau for
the coming week Is that the "prevailing
fair weather" will continue over the
central and Southern States. Hut the
Joiful keynote of the entile k.-vnoto is
contained in thu following parugiapli:
"Them aie no present prospei ts or
miusuillv cold weather oct any poi
tlon of the coiintr."
On Good Citizenship
Clov. W. H Mann, of Virginia, speaks
Thursduv on "flood citizenship" at the
offlel.il opening t the "" Nelghbnt
hood llou-e In Alexiindiln eoiint. Vi..
which is located at Vaiidorvv" iken st i
tlon. on the Cleat Calls and Old Du-
m!i!r.es"NVsV... of Washington. 111
speak m "The I'c.inlng Chiiuh. ' Con
giessman C C Carlln of Viie-nl, will
be one of the s akc rs. A inusl.iil n -gram
will U (.Kin llefreshnieiits will
(iKTTIMi (iltKY KII-0I.I) MAX
AMI HAM) TOO.
innlclnu twentv veins older than
nu leallv ale. Hi Ing made tin laimli
g still K ul Vlllir nun anil no.
bint of their okos 'tiiil ,xgi enis
slniiih because glev hairs ale so
elnselv ussiii luted wllh old age
It Is xeiv humiliating to be grey i
. .... ...... . . . ...... ilim.ll I Inu. '
anil nam w in-u .o. .,- - . j-..-
tlfv ellrel lo oe niinni a" ei..-
llecn ' anel set aside by vour oiing
frlenels lis too old fill' them til b-
tut mil down posslblx, in vour iip
u'liatlon fm that in vv noslllon In -iinih-
n MlCNll-l."HHvlVii MN was
(let the best of the giej luilis dou t
them get tne rn-si m von
'SI) HAl'n II UK III, M.I II
1 W and ai Urim nir s it uue i upm
rei tlt of I rlre anl il Hers III ne 1st nil 10c
f,.r trial Dottle 1'llllu 11.1) Him e Ne
ml. N J
iron Mi.is ami iii:coiimi:xiii:ii
IIV IMltll'lelS''' IllltC .STOHIISI TXX.O
STOItl. TTH AMI K ST!li:UT6
ITII ANU U bTHKirrS k. y.
lived in Alexandrli for a number of
Jears, wos the sieretary of the No
tional Florcnie Crltenton, Mission and
previous to his omlng to Alexandila
traveled with Mr. Crltlenton In his
evangelistic work The services to
night will he held nt X o'clock and u
lino program has been prepared.
Swathed In bloody bandages, Kugene
Pnrkcr was biought to police court to
day to testify against William und
Charles Lewis who had been arrested
after practlcallv demolishing the furni
ture In a house nt the coiner of Queen
und Henry Htreets where r.irker re
ceived his Injuries. Parker claimed
that he was acting as peacemaker In
a light between the two brothel s. Ow
ing to tho absence ot a inati rial wit
ness, Justice Caton continued the case.
A meeting of the executive commltteo
of the Wilson, Marshall and Cnrlln Club
will be held on Friday night for tho
purpose of settling up all questions In
connection with the recent campaign
The ofilccrs of the club, as well as mem
bers of tho city Democratic commltteo
have received Invitations to attend the
big celebration which Is to be held In
ltlchmond on November M, In honor of
the success of tho Democratic party.
Tlietp has been a large advance salo
for the presentation of "A Noble Out
cast" at the Opera House tomorrow
night by the Associated Plajcrs, a new
amateur draliiHtlc organization of Alex
andria The i iitertalnment will bo given
for the benefit of the anti-tuberculosis
socU'O, which maintains a visiting
nurse lu Alexandria.
Mrs 1.. Wilbur Held, chairman of tho
Ailliigton Confederate Monument fund,
reports tho collection of J2U0 additional
In Alexandria, making a total of I7U0
glen by people of this city.
TENURE CLAUSE IS
NOT TO BE REVIVED
Extra Session Will Give Op
portunity to Consider
The probable altitude of the new
Democratic regime toward the liovern
inent i niploye Is the iiuesllnn Interesting
thousands of I'nclo Sam's ch rks In
It Is piuctlcally assured that the
Democrat!, House will make no atti nipt
to nvlve ut th' upproachlng session tho
seveti-ear tiiiuri caluse In the legisla
tive appropriation bill. On the other
bund, the extra session will afford op
portunity for considering tho plight of
the superannuated i lover twinnt ciuplov i ,
and tho vuilous pcnsulu plans pioposcd
will be alrid ugaln.
Speaker e'harnp Clark, who more than
one- has expressed ,i friendly attitude
tuward the (Sovcrnment clerk, Ih Ilexes
that If tho right sort of contributory
pension plan Is presented to the next
Congress It bus a chance of pasuge In
fact, the Speaker sax a he Is willing to
work for a bill of tno right sort care
fully framtd upon the udvlce of a com
pel! nt actuary.
"I will do all I can to obtain the pas
sage of a bill cmhodxlng a coinpulseuy
cuntrlbutoi v pension system for civil
service emplnxcs, xvoikeit out by a com
petent aituary, and wiilcli will Insure
the Pederul tiov eminent the return of
inoness It may adx'unce tu finance the
plan, said tho Speaker.
Mr Cl.uk thinks Congress will bo
willing to advance a reasonable amount
of money nt the start If the liwmakers
are lonvlneed that the plan proposed
Is xvorkable. and xilll be self-supporting,
while at the same time uffurding
Prompt icllef to superannuated em
ptoxes. it Is Improbable that the (lovernnient
eninloves will have a dax1 nt court din
ing tho next session, which will last
but three months. The entire session
must be d voted to appropriation bills,
but In thu extra session, which will be
culbd for April 1.1, them xvill be spaie
bonis when the caso of tho tioveiumuit
cmploxo. If propi rlv presented, traiv be
considering b the turllt-tlnkerlng Con
giess. The attitude of Speaker Clark and
other llouso leaders, expressed now an. I
heritotoie, lather Indicates that the
Democrats will favor a contributory
syslein In picfepnie tu a sirulghtniit
pension fm superannuated but faltnful
duplexes of tho linn rniuenl
"Mother, Can't I have it for dessert?"
That is the actual speech of a little
Philadelphia girl who had just finished
her plate of Campbell's Tomato Soup.
This shows the remarkably tempting
quality of this favorite Campbell
"kind". It is one of the nourishing
wholesome foods which taste as good
as they are. And you may be sure
that a dish which a healthy normal
child enjoys and thrives on, is a mighty
good thing for the whole
You'd better order half-a-dozen
You'd better order half-a- EfjBi5Jl '
dozen at least. W$Wtoi&$k I
21 kinds 10c a can Plifl-Wf
1 Look for the red-and-white label m a'; I
BHHB2KBHBHBHfH I .'II
Copy Boy Seems to Be Only
One With Sane Answer to
What Is Hie significance of the thiee
flagpoles which stand In front of tho
Arm yourself with HiIb question,
browse nbout among the elite and elect,
Interrogate your friend and his friend,
the onsuul iiceiuulntunce, the doctor,
lawyer, mercliunt, chief, nnd nny other
whom you might tlilnlt would know
Just xv lint those three flagpoles with
tho flying engles perched nt the top
uru really for.
Tho gentleman who usually knoA-s
said the three poles were copied rrom
the Greek pylons, all of xvhleh soundc 1
pretty learned arid eoinprelienslxe. He
stated that It was a fad that wus tak; n
up later bv the ltoman generals who
curried their standards Into buttle with
tho usunl sign xvhleh bore "11. M. . P."
or "S 1. Q. 11." lie wasn't sine, hu
said, which of tho two signs went, hut
he was pretty certain It was ono or tho
other. .... .,
Another said that on festive das the
poles were used to fly the flags of the
chiefs of the visiting fire departments
along with the emblems of the President
tt.n iTit.,i States, nnd whatever for
eign pollinate, like Uaby Desls, might
be sojourning In our festive city.
Dates Back to Napoleon.
Ono said tli.it Napoleon In his con
quering days had Insisted on thiee flag
poles, and 11 was certain that the con
ciuerlng hero had u weakness for Haunt
ing all his colors over the fuce of
Uuropo In the dais when he could light
three fust rounds with anyone.
Politely miestlonlng one of the more
or less passe sisters, the tnfonnutloii
was iiluctuntly forthcoming In th''
stutc nient that the three- pub s were em
blematic of the thne giaccs, 1 tilth.
Hope, and Chuiltv. while the muru or
less (allow youth hurst foiwiud with
tho Information that Wine. Woman, and
Song stood out prominent lu Ids con
ception f why tin three flagpoles
found their way In from of tin sta
tion ....... , ...Ml
Tbe older nvmners in eoe u v rm
reminiscent of those riavs nf S), aver
red that tlie pol's win plat e.l to i"pi
sint tin Noith, the south and the isl mil
possessions, while the Hod Moo-i
slated that tin v no ant tin inltatlv.
refen ndiiin, and malt.
Anolh'i Ics pirtls.iii pnlllliiil p.uty
slutod einphatli,ill that toe thne pops
represented tin l)t inoerats, Iti ,iubll
i mis, and I'Hiii ssivi h, and Unit n
man wln Instigated the placing of im
poles had In mind the pollilial ra Jusi
passe d, whhh would Nun mark lb'
tinning point In Aineikan politic ul Ids.
"Art, musli mid diama." KiM tin
ethe He Individual, "III the busy world
these thiee are given particular slgniu-e-anee
" while the Individual who fol
lows ttie ponies said they meant win.
place ur show.
"its all in th" way sou tako It," mid
a prominent Ucuifielown football coach
"Knowing that we wire to beat li
glnlu for the thud time In succession
we askiel tu have three Haggles, ,md
tint's what they am for, IC an i e
I M .i il in i' .,.
An, I so il will go Co und down the
line nil sorts of answers will be i,lv.n
Just why the Hire., poles uie piimi in
front of the station and why they ate
there, i.lthnugh mam- xvill say Math.
"Is that what they are for? I mver
noticed tin in before "
The cmreet answer came from the
eopv box. "What are the thiee Hag
pnh s placed lu front of the I ulon Sta
tion foi "" was asked
"Why, ou bool), to put flags on, or
course'" Which Just about anweis the
READY TO WITHDRAW
FROM SANTO DOiUINGO
Orders Will Probably Go Out This
Week Calling Back Amer
lietutn of the Americans sent to
Suntn Domingo to quell the recent re
bellion there, will probably be onlered
this week, it was stated at the Stat'
A telegr.iphu refsirt of the Santo Do
mlngo -ltu.iton Is expected today or
tomorrow l'pon rc-'elpt of this repoi
the Department expects to b" nhh to
withdraw tin Mnerb ans. piobablx us
ing tho transport I'ralrle
S CURIOUS M?
A EAST T
Standard Oil Employe Ac
cused of Stealing $100
and $1,100 Check.
James Hiiey. who says ho has been
In the employe of tho Htanduid OH
Company In West Virginia for tho last
year, today wan taken to frederlck,
Mil., to answer n chat go of robbing
Wllllum A. Houch, a former soldier,
of a check 'or 1,1'J nnd u 10 bill
while em a fast truln en routo from
(inifton, W. Va., to this city.
Huey was arrested when the ttuln
reached Union Station csterd.iy after
noon and locked up at the Hlxth pre
cinct station pcndltiB the arrival of a
Aoeoullng to Conductor 11. J. Stup,
ho was told by a passenger that Huey
had been seen to tnke the check and
bill fiom Itoach's pocket. The conduc
tor says he scorched Huey and found
tho money and check In his pocket.
When tho train reached Washington,
Btup turned Huey over to a policeman
at I'nlnn Station. Roach was formerly
a sergeant In the army nnd was on his
way to Washington from California.
lie expects to sail lor ircianu wiinin
the next month.
Huev told tho police here that ho had
been chinking and had no Idea how the
clietk nnd money tamo lo Isi In his
Are Reaching Here
Hallway commissioners from all over
the country began to arrive today for
tho annual convention of the National
Association nf Hallway Commissioners,
vvhlcli will open tnmoirnw at the Inter
stale Comnii'tce Commission
Judge Pioiitx will deliver the address
of welcome One of the most important
questions lo be discusse-d will be that
of tho tariff elasslfli atlon.
Eurstt, Sanost, Safist, Qulokntl
Say ncd-bv to every tonchv. tor
turing crippling corn und bunion every
distressing, dirt-aceumutatlnc. foot-enlarging
callous: 'limes a new anJ
flunk way a mro und fute wax to
eonipl'telv tld xojisclf of all each
pesky, ti i ilesonio things
lllngo"-that s the new marvel'
"Dingo," the fruit of mister scientific
lulndu, tlieless labor itorv nsearcb and
exii'ileiue. 1'ot "Ilingo on't ind say
p.iin s gone just like tli.it ' Corn cin s,
dries up-md ou pii'eed out tho wholu
blame I tbltito boe. M.cd. root, and a.i
sc astlx , pilnlissly. ou cant help
shouting "Olorv to IJlngol" Nj cut
ting no blesdlng -no b'ooj poisoning
No Iniurv to heil'hv flesh' No sticky
Mocking-i No bothMisoinu straps no
lumpv cotton balls! Nouu of th-; usual
llu ' lllimo" nt jour elrueuUI's tc or l
he basn't II, send ptn-e lo lX-nnliun I'hir
macal Co , 111 N ' Di-iirlioni dt . Ct.lcaiio
111., und net It illreil lirtpiM br it in ttili
rity l. I' oplrs I'lnrf Si i. e r 7lh in J K
Hu .V XV. nllel Tth Kill II tit Atllc. k's l
luey ilniB si .re-s tq i; st .inl 1 III nn I I'
tfl , XV T K,-rfr.'t Jr th nn.l I. sis V
XV : Jiltiie-ie n p, nn li's Ilrug htore-s 0 1 I'M
S . i IiiisMiiiI UriiBl" '" 'th N W
Consultation at Office Free
.Special Today ffi
Tie si IX h sefr,it rillll! l.,t
us i ainlin ) nur own or xuui i hild
ecs fr i liuariuit, eel e voglasscs
or pei tai Irs cmlv 1 i"', without i
doubt wivth J: or n ore lllfocul
gl.l',S Si lie pi ice Call .It eeflli e
DjiI s ii in. to i p. m. Suudax '.
a. ;n to i: in
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drinklns vfRtcr without trouble, and is
uiwl 1 n every virilized country of tho world
AS THE STANDARD. Your money will bore-
turned if notButfefactory. Prices 60c and
$1 50cei7O makes 5 gallons of modiclno.
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DOOK CN POULTRY
tella eTry practical point of tha builneis.
Ct it I'KEU to-day; call or eend 4c aUuaita,
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P. MANN & CO.
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CRAZED BV DEATH
TAKES TWO L
Young Daughter and Man
Found Dead From Gas With
Picture Clutched in Hand.
NnWAIllf, N. J., Nov. lS.-Supposcd
to have been driven frantic by the death
of Ms wife, which ho had mourned un
ceaslngly for mom than three months,
I-'red Speeht, twenty-seven- jears
old, took his own life and the life of his
threo - and - one- half-year-old daughter
early today at his home. Ill Magazine
Hpecht was found by his sister. Miss
Anna Hpecht, with his daughter, An
toinette, clasped In his right arm, and
In his left he clutched a picture of his
dead wife. Threo gas Jets were fully
opened, and tho parlor In xvhleh Hpecht
and his daughter were found uncon
scious was filled with tho illuminating
gas which had evidently been escaping
for over an hour.
Tor four hours after the reception of
Speeht In tho city hospital tho phxsl
clans woikcd over him with a pulmotor,
but without nvnll. Tho child was dead
xvhen the hospital was reached.
Swift & Company's sales of fresh
lambs In Wash., D. C, for tho week end
ing Saturduy. Nov, 10, avcruged 11.37
cents pi r pound. Aelvt.
Pure Lard, lb.,
Smoked Shoulders, lb.,
Fresh Hams, lb.,
Fresh Shoulders, lb.,
Lean Pork Chops, lb.,
Selected Pork Chops,
Pure Sausage Meat, lb.,
Hamburger Steak, lb.,
New Sauer Kraut, qt.,
Sliced Breakfast Bacon
Selected Eggs, doz.,
Millbrook Eggs, cxtre
selected and graded
for weight and size,
in sealed cartons eacl
egg guaranteed; doz.
Old Dutch Market, Inc
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Pictorial Review Patterns Headquarters
Hours : 8 a.
Toyland's Daily Coupon
From now to Christmas there will be a daily Coupon in The
Times that you'll soon learn is worth looking for and comijii' for.
FRFF. With Sales Checks
When checks total $5 a coupon will be given which entitles
you to life-size enlargement of any portrait you bring here. The
enlargement shall be by an artist of national reputation. There
will be absolutely no obligation or charge but the hope is to
much increase the business in the picture framing department.
Coupons distributed on fourth floor.
At Nominal Prices
The leading picture dealer of
New York ends his season and
his exhibition pieces, all artis
tically framed, arc ours and
yours at nominal prices. On
sale here tomorrow on Fourth
?9 CQ fir triplicate rxn Pictures.
eJ.Ui )n .n(., -nnlnut framiii,
ornnmr-ntnl with festoon! In Rolil.
Si.sc lkxlt' Indus.
C1 9Q f'" imfli Landscapes, ns
if liaml roloreil. Frameel
In soli! molillnR 1 '3 Inches wlilo.
Me lo'..j Inelni
fur Iinil-- ai" In the new
laintr e'fert frames,
1C:7 In- ti
On Tables at 25c, 50c, and $1
Rumpp s Samples ot
.1 nil rni-,
Pi. tine Krames.
PUt Cloth Hrushes,
clet H.indba prs,
Third Floor -
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. Jiij WhM&
Art Needlework Dept.
Crash Centerpieces and Pillow Cov
ers, new designs, stamped on linen, sucli
as rambler rose and tulip designs for darn
ing stitch and the fluffe work.
For the bachelor's den is the Owl Pil
low Covers, stamped on dark crash for
outline and solid embroidery work.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. Lisner G Street
m. to 6 p. m.
This Greater Pa 1 a i s
Royal Basement Floor
Toyland Coupon and
$2.97 entitles bearer to
one $4.75 one-yard long
Automobile as illustrated.
This Coupon good only
for Tuesday, November
(IJO QQ for facsimile water
.Dji.OiI -mil oil I.anelcape
tores In 1-lnrli elouhle wolel frame s
Mlth inlalil Iioh unots of buinlslicl
Kolil, vli1 J03r, inches
GJ "f QJC fr plrttires In very heav
Dl.i7iJ (jolil lrami-s, lfiM'T Indies
Note the- burnJslicil solil orna
nients CI CQ for new oval Plctrres
OJLUei t-iipltji alnl other atttae
live sulijectx. In .lx.'j lne.li elr
casslan walnut frames
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Name in Gold
Choice of Pockctbooks, Wal
lets, Billbooks, and Card Cases
samples worth Si to $1.50
for only 59c. No charge for
"his" or "her" name, in gold..
50c to Z Leather Poods
Only Si. 50 for Blanket Robes,
poems in pink, blue, and tan, with
satin bound collar and cord at waist.
At $2.77 arc the pure wool Eider
down and "Beacon" Blanket Robes,
plain colors and figured.
House Dresses 88C
Dainty Wash Dresses and Serpen
tine Kimonos, in sizes 34 to 40. So
different so infinitely superior to
the sterotyped garments usually sola
at $1.00. And here at only 88c!
Looking as if made of French Flan
nel. Of pretty stripes, in art colors,
finished with silk stitching. Good $1
gowns at only 69c.
Sacques at 1
F.idcrdown and Blanket Dressing
Sacques, with satin bound collar.
Light and dark color effects.