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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1912.
FOR REGULATION OF
Rev. J. W. Frizzell Takes
Stand Against Permitting
"Blood and Thunder."
fl"c'lnu thn police ropiiliitlonri
which refuao to permit niovlnu plo
'ire Iiouscb to -put up pouters rnlvor
UMnjr "blood and thunder" nirnn. yet
t the same tlmo permitting tlie
ame picture to he thrown upon tho
5r8e" ,n!,,de "lo theater, the Hev. J.
"" Prlazell, pnatur of the Ina-rum
Memorial Church In h sermon lust
"iRht on "The Probelm of Amuse
"ii"'." and R'cwatlonii" urReil that
hi. "W"1 and wooly" pIctureM an
jiiown In local plcttue houses he
Tho pastor stated that he was not
n'tiit trood moving pictures, hut
"la he did not bellccc the "hlood
nd thunder" variety was liencilrlul.
opcaklns of the amusement anil
recreation problem jreiieially thu pus
jor Bihl that "most ljiioile k astray
'"rough amusements" However, ho
commended outdoor sports, especial
ly baseball. "The only criticism 1
nave of baseball N thut the mnjorlty
f critics are those who know noth
nB of tho irame from the playor's
standpoint. I would like to seo peo
ple of all apes Ret out and play uaso
"all and other out of door frames for
recreation." suld the pustor. "We
should not bo content lo watch pro
fessionals pla," he continued.
The pastor added that lie believed
Rreater spread f out c.f door sports,
moro Wayf-Tniiniis, field days events,
ana the establishments of Y M. C.
A 's. Y. W, C. A 's, and cvmnaslums
would solve tho umuscment and
tVashlngton church clrclco were
shocked yesterday to hear of the
resignation of the Hev Frank J.
Ooodwln. pastor of the Mt. l'leasant
The pastor read a letter after the
rnornlnp; fervlce yesterda. In which
he said that the conKreiratlon ami
tho pastor did not cet nlonc as well
ns he liked and that he thought It
best for all conctrned that he hand
In Ms reslRnatlon. He stated todav
that he will leave WushinRtnn, Jan
uary 1. Ills successor has not as yet
"As to where I will (To after lenvlnr
ashlnRton I cannot su Just yet,"
said the Itev. Goodwin today.
Pastor Thinks God
Is Aiding Success
Of Balkans States
The Itev. Frederick V. Johnson, pas
tor of the Gracu Baptist Church, be
lieves Ood's hand Is conducting the
success of the tlalkau allies against thn
Turks. Last night the pastor preached
on "Tho Rise and Full of Mohammed
anism." Tho preacher told of the spread
of Mohammedunlsm, and then Its fall.
He said that he believed the end of
Turkey as a great nation was at hand.
"Christianity has won a lone und cruel
fight," said thu pastor.
The Hev. Dr. John Van Schalck. Jr.,
pastor of thn Church of Our Father,
also preached on the Ilalkan situation.
"The Dalkaiv states have been light
ing our battle," he s.ild "For MX) e.irs
they have been a buffer between us
and the Turk. While our forefathers
were laying the foundations of modern
civilization In modern Kurope, they
were keeping watch In the south. And
even If w owed them nothing. een
If It Is a question nf a man of unother
religion or anotner rate, wnen a numan
being Is suffeilng, our motto "No dis
tinction of religion or race ' "
"The lUd 1'eill" is the term applied
to socialism by the Itev Chillies J.
Mullnly, H J . assistant paMor of St.
Aloyslus' Church, In a sermon estei-
No other teaching but tluit of the
gospel of Jesus Christ will une the
evils of the dav." said Itev MullHly.
"That Intistlce has arisen, that oppres
sion Is grinding down the laboring class
In many places, Is due to the fact that
men arc losing sight of the doctrine
of juBtlco and charity as taught by
Rev. R. M. Strickler
To Open Session
Of Baptists Here
The order of exercises for the open
ing session this evening In .Metropolitan
llaptlst Church, of the thlrts-tlftli nn
rual meeting of tho Columbia A-socla-tlon
ef Baptist Churches, Includes an
Invocation by the He It M. Strickler,
Scripture lesson by the Hev . V Mc
Master, prayer by the Hev H 11 Greene
and sernion by the lUv 11 V. Howlett.
The convention will begin Its business
in earnest tomorrow morning The
meeting will close on Thursday even
ing. The association will convene tomoirovv
morning at 10 o'clock. U'tters will b
read frcm tho various llaptlst churches
delegates will bo listed, the report of the
committee on the order of esetclses, of
which the Hi-. J. c. Ball Is the chair
man, will be made, the reception of vis
itors will take placo and the jeport of
tho committee on the application of
churches will he made bj the Itev. F.
V. Johnson, chairman.
The Itev. U Hcz Rwem will lead a
praise service tomorrow afternoon. He
ports from the executive bo.ud and tho
treasurer will bo received. Tho Hev. 11
W. O. Mllllngton, retiring moderator,
will deliver an addles Missionary pas
tors will BPeak for ten minutes each
rne cvtning session tomorrow will be
given up to a song service, which will
be led by the Hev J C Hull, nnd to the
leport of the committee on missions
the nev. J V. .Midutre and the Hev
"V. A. Wilbur, with addresses by thn
Hev. Unwind V. Smith, reptesentliu
the Northern Baptists, and the Itev.
William II, Smith, representing the
Retreat Adds 150 Men
To Membership of League
, Of the Good Shepherd
As a nMilt of tho retreat which
has bei held In St Patrick's Cath
oil" Church, more than 110 new
mjfnbers have been added to the
'eague of the Good Shepherd
TJio services were conducted In
Wgr. W. T. Husctl, assisted I,
Father Joseph Turner, the Iteilemn
torlst missionary who has bet n di
recting tho retreat Mgr Husm II
will deliver a series of four lectin es
In the church this week, the rlrst of
which will be Riven tonight in "Tin
Hquaro Deal" The leitute stalls at
7 30 o'clock.
"If there was no evil In the wotld
there would be no need foi a Hedeemn.
It Is the Creator's plan,' snld the Itev
a II, Havmond. of New York, at the
Vew Masonic Temple -.eMe-nlie, afte r
noon In the opening msvIui of the
Washington Tempi. liod -enmit , II
' for man's highest ,iml lust good i-.lil
The Washington Temple as founded
sesterda) vv 111 be a lion secwuali
OF OFFICIAL PIE
Wilson Has Jobs Whose Salaries Total That to Distribute
and Democratic Office Seekers Are Hungry
for Their Share.
Thlitv million dollars' worth of Fed
eral ple-thlnk of It!
That's what Woodrow Wilson, as
I'resldent of tho United Slates, will
have on the Whlto House counter to
dispense to hungry Democrats. And
they were never so hungry or so Insis
tent as now, even In the days when they
mado the life of tlrovcr Clovelsnd mis
erable. Already the rush of Job hunters and
office seekers to Washington has begun,
Kuril train brings In somo lean speci
men looking for a piece of Government
pork. Kach mall tilings '111 Its scores
of jppllcatluns foi Jobs. In fact, long
beforo the election the stampedo of tho
Democratic place hunters had begun,
and they were out trying to exact prom
ises of future political rewaids In caso
Wilson was elected und Congress be
One of the reasons Governor Wilson
has gono to tho Bermudas Is to escape
the press of Job hunters who uro going
to make his existence Intolerable Just
us fur us thev can between now and
Much Depends on Wilson.
Krfoits havo been made to estimate
the money value of tho offices and
places which will be at the command of
tho new I 'resident. It Is not easy to do
this with accuracy. Much depends, of
course in how .Igldly or how laxly
the new President observes the letter
and the spirit of tho civil service rules.
Much depends on how Hrm ho standM
out ngalnst the rushing hordes of pa
tronago seekers and Insists that meritor
ious men In Government servlcu shall
no be disturbed.
As I'resldent, Governor llson Is not
expected tu return to the spoils s stein
by any manner of meuns. llo Is ex
pected to adhere strictly to the require
ments of the civil service. Still, he Is
going to be put In a most ttvlng posi
tion. And even If the civil service is
adhered to, he will still havo i normous
patronage to dispense
A demand will be mado on tho new
I'lisldent to revoku the Fxecutlvo order
putting fourth-class postmasters under
the civil service If he lelds to this
thi money value of the Jobs he will
havu to bestow will much exceed 130.000,
("i. In the order of their ilrhuess, from
tho Job hunters' standpoint, the l'ost
ofllee Department comes llrst, then tho
State Department, and then the Depart
ment of Justice.
Half in Postofficc.
The total number of officers and em
rlovcH of the Government, excluding
irmv and navy. Is 411,47. By fur the
greater part of these an- In the I'ost
offlce licpartmtnt. Its total being Z72,S13.
Of the total, over 3X),i are protected
by the civil service. This leaves about
ni.deeri whose jobs are at the beck of tho
I'lesldent. Tho salarlem of these amount
CHURCH TO OBSERVE
The fortieth annlversun of the Ball
ston, Va . Preshyterliin Church will ho
elehrated bv a lerles of special services
this week, beginning with a reception
liv the Young People's Society tomor
iow night ut S o'clock.
This i hiircli, located near the Inter
section or the Chain Biidgi and Alex
andria turnpike, und the Bullstou and
Fulls Chunk road, was among the first
or the icllglous mganlzatlons In Alex
andria county, V.t.
Wcilni sday night the men of tho
chunk will have charge of the services.
The woman's Mlssionarv Society wlli
conduct the services Thursday night.
Frldav night pastnis ol various d( nomi
nations throughout thn county will
speak. There will be no services Sat
uiduv night, but Sunday two special
sermons will be preached by the Hev.
Dr W. K Kelby and the Hev. D. A.
A little thought should convince anyone that
right habits of eating are of first importance.
Five important points should guide the wise
selection of food:
Must be nourishing,
Must be easily digested,
Must taste good,
Must make work for the teeth,
Must be economical
meets every requirement.
After all the argument lor and against any
particular food, the question can best be solved
for the individual, by personal test then you'll
Ma'ic l,v I'nstum
roughly to $3O,CVi.00m. The number of
direct residential appointees Is only
10,1V.'. Ami of them 9,913 must be con
firmed by the Senate.
Hut while the number of these direct
Presidential appointees comparatively
Is limited, In many cases the salaries
are large, as In tho case of ambassa
dors. Cabinet officers and so on. The
greot hulk of the inn.ono Jobs inentlontd
as being In the control nf the I'resldent
are those filled bv the head of depart
ments, such us bureau chiefs Hut It Is
recognized that If thn Incoming Admin
istration wants to get control of places
of this sort It can find a way to do so.
Hordes Head for Capital.
Grover Cleveland had an Immense
amount of patronage to give to his
Democratic friends. But Wilson will
huvo much mote. The Government hns
giown greatly since the Cleveland days.
Many bellevo, however, that Wilson
will tnke refuge behind tho civil serv
ice lust ns far as possible. As to minor
offices, they expect him to repine e He
publicans with Democrats its tho terms
of Incumbents expire, but not to be
In a rush ahou' It. Onl In the case
of Cabinet "'" er.s, ambassadors nnd
ministers and offices of the most Im
portant sort do thev expect Immediate
But this will not satisfy the Insistent
Democratic hosts who will move down
on Washington like an armv of Huns,
ready to turn hapless Hepuhllrans out
Into the streets In the beginning days
of a cold, wintry March.
Not only will the Dcmoirutlc place
seekers demand thut tin fourth-class
postofflce order be revoked, hut that
the consular service be thrown open
wide to Democrats. It Is regarded here
ns doubtful whether Wilson will yield
to either demand, though there will
be some substantial reasons for doing
so ns to the postofllces In the South.
The country has over IS HO fourth
class postmasters, most of them in the
South. They pay Jl.fmtf each arid less
Of course, If they are thrown open to
the spoils system, the vniue of the pa
tronage at Wilson's disposal will oc
enormously enlarged from the WACO)
figure already given
Can Shift Employes.
According to General Black, head of
the Civil Service Commission, tho I'rcsl.
dent cannot remove anv employn In the
clussliled service without Hllng ami
proving charges. Still, an employe can
lie shifted If the ITcsldent waut.s to
The combined salaries of th postmas
ters or the first, second and third
classes amount to Jlfiooo.ooo annually
And these will be In the control of th'
Administration The ten best paying
Jobs are the foreign ambassadorship,
worth JI7,fi) each. Then conies the
chief engineer of the Panama canal, at
115. " the canal i ommlssloners at 114 -Wo,
Cabinet officers, ministers, consuls
general, Interstate commerce commis
sioners, customs and revenue officials
and a long list of others. The Federal
Judgeships will be an Important feature
of tho patronage list
BALD HEADS FLOCK
TO COLLEGE MAN
PALO ALTO, Cal. Nov Is -The ofn
ies of Prof Frederick Mlgge. assistant
In the anatomy departnunl of Stanford
Fnlverslty, have bet orne mure popul.i
to the haldhcadcd memheis of the i ol
lege community than the front rows at
a musical comedy. It Is all because .
his reputed discover) of a method fur
klllng the microbes which prev upon
human hair roots and making two halls
grow where none grew before.
Ills method Is to make a c hernlcnl
minis sis of a live n ember pulled out b..
the roots, decide what particular species
of microbe Is ut work on tho cranium
and then treat the scalp accorcllnglj.
Prof, Mlgge has discovered a poison
which will cause rats to die outsid
their holes. He also has discovered a
process for making buttermilk in pon
and Wrong Food
Lead to Indigestion
a Reason" for GRAPE-NUTS
Crical Co Ltd Pure Food I uctoucs.
TO OPEN ANNUAL
Twenty-one Congregations in
District and Vicinity Will
Twenty-one churches will he rcpre
rented tonight at tho Metropolitan Bap
tist Chuich, Sixth and A streets north
east, at the opening sorslon of tho
thlrty-llfth unnuul meeting or the Co
lumbia Association of Baptist Churches.
The meeting will be opened with nil
Invocation by tho Itev. II. M. Strickler,
pns'or of ihe Columbia Bupllst I hurch.
Tho Hev W W. McMuster, pastor of
the Fhst Baptist Church, will Ktyii the
Scripture leading, und tho Hev lllniuii
V Ilowlctt, pustor of the B'-cond Bap
tist Church, will prf.ii h tho seiion.
The twintv-one churches In thn asso
elation take In those In the District of
Columbia, Bundle Highland, Mt. Tulior.
Congress Helf.hts. nnd Hyuttsvllle
Kueli i hurch will be leprcsnnted by Its
pustor it lit I so many delegutes for so
Tomoirow. Wednesday, and Thursday
n.oinings ulteiuoon nnd evening scii
s.ons will be hi In, ut which all phases
or the woik done by the Baptist
churches vvlthli. the nsso liitlon will be
discussed. The piogram for tomorrow
TCKSDAY MOHNING SKSSION.
10-Prajcr bv G. W. McCulIough.
M li Heading of letters riom tne
rliiiitlu-s enrollment of delegates
HeiHirt of the committee on order or
ixei vises, J t" Ball i lialrm.in Hecep
tlciu or vlsllois lt'ort f commlttao
on applliatlou of ihuichis, F Y. John
I'.' I.- Adjournment.
2.'- l'rals, and prajei service, K.
Ilea Sw em. leader
1. Heport ot thn executive board
Heport of thu treasurer
i 40-Acldress bv II. W. O. Mllllngton,
3.10 Addresses (10 minutes each) bv
the missionary pastors. Discussion of
.l.r Pioposed constitutional amend
4 J Annuuiu'eiuc ut of special commit
tees To nominate new executive
lamrd, and preachers unci place of in xt
4 30 Adjournment
. Tl'KDAY KVK.VINC, SKSSMN
T 30-Song service, led by J C Ball.
7 4V-Hciiort ot the cninmitic-es cm mis
sions, J W. MeOuIre and W. A Wilbur
Addresses ithlitv minutes carlo How
are! Waiin Smith, Northern Baptists
Wllllum II Smith, Southern nuptials.
Capital Man Will Speak
At Housing Convention
The National Housing Association,
which nn els In Plillade Iplila on Herein-
ber 4. S and , will ells uss the cpiestlons
or the Ik st tj pes fjf worklnguie n s
houses anil how tee nuance small houses.
George M Kolier, or this eit, secretary
of the Washington Sanitary Housing
Association, Is one of the speakers
Studv of thn health problem In build
ing houses was given an Impetus bv thn
important part it ptaved at the inter
national Congress of Hygiene and Deiu
ogruph.v. which met here- ree e-ntlj Ono
or the .sc-slons at Philadelphia will ho
devoted to a ells' usston of the relation
between health departments ami he us-
ing In afldltion to the iiiislucss ses
sions. sver.il sighi-ii.liig trips and en.
te rtalnmc nt features have bee n arranged
lor the ile legates lo Philadelphia
Fifty Will Become
Members of Shrine
About fifty candidates will I put
through" tonight at a big ceremonial
setslon planned by lmas Temple. A
A o I' M S In the National Bllles'
Hall Ham Smith, potentate, will bo In
charge Pillowing the , eremnulal a
vuud-vllle progium will In- given from
It) to 11 o'elne k
Almas Temple now has a membership
of almost ,:ai A large crow el Is ex
lecteel tonight, "as something extra
line" has been arranged In tho ceie
HAS A SAV
School Principal Talks About Food
The Principal of a High School In a
flourishing Calif city says:
"For 'J3 years I worked In the school
with only short summer vacations. I
formed the habit of eating rapldl, mas
ticated poorly, which coupled with mv
sedentary work, led to Indigestion, liver
trouble, lame back and rheumatism.
"For 12 curs I struggled ulong with
this handicap to my work, seldom laid
up but often a burden to myself with
lameness and rheumatic pains
"Two vear.s ago I met nn old friend, a
physblan who noticed ut once my out-of-health
condition ami who prescribed
for me an exclusive diet of Grape-Nuts,
milk and fruit
"I followed his Instiuctlons and In two
mouths I felt like n new man with no
inoie headache, rheumatism ol livei
trouble am! front that time to this
Grape-NutH has been m innln food foi
morning and evening meals 1 am
trongri and healthier than 1 have been
for vcais. without n tiace of the old
'To ull this remarkable change In
health I am Indebted to mv wise rilend
and Grape-Nuts and 1 hope the Postuni
Co will continue to m.inufai'ti'ir this
life und health giving food' Name
given b Postlllll Co. Buttle Creek
Ask iinv physician Those who have
tried Grape-Nuts know things
Look In pkgs foi the nunous little
book, 'The llo.iil to Wellvlllc
B.tttlo Creek, Ml h
Poet-Labor Worker Says Et-
tor Called Dynamite "Plant"
a Dirty Trick.
COUHTIIOUHK, SALKM, Muss, Nov
IS. Despite thu continued Illness of At
torney W. Scott peters, Arturci Glovun
nltti, the Industrial Workers of tho
World poet-cdltor-labor worker, on trial
with Kttor und Caruso In connection
with the murder or Annlo l.oplzzo dur
ing thu Lawicnce strike last winter,
went on tho stand today In his own dc
Tense, the last or the three to testify.
Ah District Attorney Attwlll announc
ed that he did not expect to spend morn
than an houi on the cross-cxiiinliiatluu
of Glovunnlttl, tho defense expected to
lebt Its case late this afternoon
Like Kttor, Glovannlttl affirmed hi
lieu of taking the oath. The Indus
trial Workers nt the World pot
eireamy-eyeel, ithu apparently visionary
while he talked with his fellow tills-
oners, presented un entirely ellfferetil
appnanine, on the stand his face "m'l
Inv ami bright, nnd Ids ntihwciH eulck
After relating briefly the story of
Ids lire and eilui'iitlon up lo Hut tliu.
he nrrlvcel tit Lawreme, Glovunnlttl s.iiel
that tin ' planted" djiiutnltc was fiiiind
reitu or live hours lierore his itrtlv it,
and that Ids (Irst conv,is.itlon with
Kttor was on thut subject
Seventh and K
"It Pays to Deal J3L aoldenfaargV
A Maker's Samples and Surplus Lines of
Women's Tailored Suits
9x12 ft. Wilton and Brussels Rugs
Sold Regularly at $22.50 -ft 1 g Btg
and $25.00, at . . . .tJIJ.f01f
At this low price choice is offered of 0x12 ft. largest room
size Wilton and 10-wirc Brussels Rugs, of a weight and weave
that will wear like iron. Choice offered of a large assortment
of handsome patterns, in rich color combinations.
They are the well-known Hartford and Alexander Smith
makes, and every rug is strictly perfect in every respect. Reg
ular $22.50 and $25 values, specially priced for tomorrow at
2,000 lbs. of Writing Paper
Sold Regularly 1 f
at 25c lb. ... A vC
The best values offeree! In writing pliper, for rnnnv months clean
up of the mill's oelds ami ends of stationery sold regularly for I'lc a lb.
Full one-pound packages of linen finish paper for polite corie
spondencc. In white nnlv Supply jour Immediate und future necus
tomorrow at 10i a pound
lllc package's eif KnicloprM in match, Tee rnch.
Women's Flannelette Kimonos
Attractive House Garments Specially Agp
Priced for Tomorrow's .Sale at . . . 5FOt
A special lot of women's Long Flannelette Kimonos, extra heavv,
soft, fleecy quality, for cold weather wear in dark and medium
colors, show InR handsome Persian nnd floral designs In navy, lav
ender, cadet, red, nnd uray
Mnde In Hmplre and oke styles, somn with satin borders and
trimmed sleeves, others with pipings of fine sntecn. All sizes,
$1.00 All-linen Table Damask 75c
A lot of Importer's sample pieces of fine quality Table Damask
secured nt n savlnif of one-quarter Rood news for houscvvivcB who
need new ThanksKlvlnn linens
flood, heavv quality, every thread warranted all pure linen flnx
Full Ide-iched and two yards wide. Lenpths nre ; nnd .', yards: each
--just the size required for tnblo cloths. KnniiRh for one das 's sell
ln at "Tic a vard
(Nn mail or phone orders filled
All - linen I'ull -hlcnclicd
ble npklnsi assent
ed patterns si ,,a
JCKM woith (PI IK
JJ clo.en ftl10
Mcrcrrlred ntlii Tn
lile Dnmaskt extra
heavv welKht Choice
of live pnttv pat
terns. Worth 75o
nrd' Speclnl Attn
Worsted Golf Gloves f en
Regularly 25c AOly
1I sl7.es for weimen, misses, nnd children
With the romliiK of snappy, cold weather thl lot of floir CJIoyes
will not last loim--better come tomorrow and supply vnur needs at
thl unusual sav ItiR
In plain anil fancy colnts Mile price, 1" pail
lei' nml (flrls finunllet filovest loithci lined In deslr- A(n
able shades of tan and black All sl.cs jt 'JtJL
Sale of Girls' Wash Dresses A A g
Sizes, 2 to 6 Years
I'liiellenl and well-rnnde Wash In esses foi little slils from .' te h
Nc.iri or me fashioned or nond iin.ilit v 'lei.alei, 1411 hi I on 1I0II1 and
chainlirav, in Ini Ke s' lection of medium and dark ioni
Waists trimmed with solld-e olm id plplnij.c and other neat emlie I
1 .linieiits sulitKcut full anil wide, flnislie d vvltli ilcep hem imvul
belts and c t In sleeves
Special!, pilccel foi Tuculas sale at lie rue li "d floor)
HIGH WATER BATES
Bristow Adams Sure $300
Can Be Raised for
Bristow Adams, chairman of the com
mittee or seven from tho citizens' asso
ciations, the Board of Trade, Chamber
or Commerce, and the Centrnl Labor
Fnlon to dispute the right or the Com
missioners to ralso the water rat', has
illumed to the city after nn absence of
two months, and announced today he
would Immediately begin the tusk of
raising funds to light the matter to n
finish In the District Supreme Court.
The case, which originated last July,
when W. S. Biansoii lefuseel tu pay
the new vvuter rate nnd was threatened
with having bis water cut ofT, Is on tho
docket or the Supreme Court for De
cember 10. It has been called In court
twice before, but each time was posi-pnni-d
bv request of the Corporation
coiisil. Mr. Adams believes the case
will be llnnlly tried on December 1.
About 3"l Is necessary to carry out
flwirt & Company's sales of fresh mut
ton In Wash, D C. for the week end
ing Saturday, Nov 16. averaged 9.11
cents per pound. Advt
Values Worth $30.00, $35.00, and $40.00
This nig purchase of Women's New
Tailored Suits caps the climax of unusual
suit sales held this season. A prominent
maker sent us his entire surplus and sam
ple lines of Fall Suits a deal that means
suit-savings of uncqualcd importance.
You'll find a splendid array of new and
jaunty models to select from, fashioned of
the materials in greatest demand right
now, including bouclc suitings, imported
wide-wale diagonals, Lymansvillc chev
iots, chiffon broadcloth, two-tone whip
cords, French serges, men's wear serges,
widc-walc cheviots, pebble cheviots, man
nish mixtures, and English worsteds.
Colors Include such favorites ;ib plum,
taupe, bronze, slate jipvv blue, russet, nnvy
blue, ami staplo hlark. Choice of values
worth 530. $.15. and $40, l?llj.7.'.
Trash, washed readv
tor liar . In lengths
from .' to 1J 5 ds
HcRiilnrly I2ige vd
tho project, and one-thlid or this amount
has been raised. Mr. Adams will, within
me next row days, send letters to somo
public-spirited men or tho city, asking
their tlnanilul aid, and expects to have
little dirilrultv In raising tho other $"W.
The iiiistloii Involved Is whether or
not tho Commissioners have n right to
order n lulso In the rule. It Is said tho
rase hangs on a nice legal technicality,
for the law Is said to bo plain that thn
Commissioners have no right to order a
higher water rule for the purpose of
raising revenue! nr n certain kind.
Whether or not the proceeds accruing
from the new rate can he classed as
revenue of this kind is the question
which will bn tho bone or contention In
St. Andrew's Benefit.
An entertainment for tho benefit of
St. Andrew's Kplscnpal Church will bo
given Thursday night In the parish hall.
Fourteenth and Corcornn st reals, at
o'clock. Among those who will take
part In tho evening's progium will be
Miss Ktlzabeth Wilbur, a well-known
violinist, unci A. A. Potter, a local tenor.
Do not neglect your
health laxatives are nec
essary sometimes. Make sure
of the best then go ahead.
toy Physicians for
Q171 A Crn CLOSED
MI.VT TIILHMMY. ritlDAV. Yl .S VI I'ltl) V . WITH KIIIDAY AMI
eATUIDAY M 'l lKr.,
ii.vvivioni civiiiin vriii.N, Tvvei ;iii:at AiTiiirnoNs 1 mtko,
WINTER GARDEN CO.
Will prrnrnt the cnMltt-it uutl moat Hnhiirntc rntcrtrtlnra? nt rfr
nrvn outtlilc ctv York.
nml liter tampan), InvlurilnR
1IHM: lli:ilNMII), IIMUIY VIM U. and M-ULVILLU r:M..s
In cuujunt'tlnn tilth
THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY
Vein I. reel", l.mirenee- D'OrieHj, 1'annlr llrlrr, Walter YVmtnn, our
trn MMrn", linear fncbnari. Lnura llunilltim, I.ere llnrrlaon, I'lor
fnrr ('Mite, the f'lihaltim, nml rcnntilneel bentlty cborna.
Mill" Tle-krli iuriliaaril fur lleinela), Tueaelnr. aad Wedneat!a
ran lie ecahancect fur the above, l'lent, uf Miedluni-prlceil aeata.
IPinCIIV i:vea.-:.-.-i,- A. ,-.ne.
AuHUCffll Mata.,all rata.JSe.
MATS Tl ns' TllinS AND tAT
A CireAl l'lav Kroni a Clreat Novel.
Life's Shop Window
en!iitl'niilly Orenl Urania
s.vi We-.k Th. 1 all f Hie llrarl
Norfolk. V.. Miv. i3-:tn,itii:
Vlodrrn steel ralare Steamera from
W aablnEteili Ilallr Hit." 1'. .11.
hperlal l.e Hate Wrrk-Cnd 'I Irk-
eta lnellleltuf Aeciirtiinodatuua
CIO Ticket Office, Weieielvvnrel HldR.
Norfolk & Washington
STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTEi
Two trlpi dally except Sunday to
Lealnr Seenth Street Wharf at 10 a m.
and 1.4& P m Itouiul trip to gate. Ito.
Merchants and Miners Transportation Co.
"FLORIDA BY SEA"
Savannah and Jacksonville
Heat route to Florida, Cuba, and th South.
rtna Steamers. Excellent Service. Low
Vzrtr All ateamerv equipped with wlrelen.
Nc. learner Sunanto and Someraat lo
commission. Hoomi de Lui. Bath. Send
1J. &. u. It. n. TICKUT orriCUS, and
617 14T11 ST. N. W.
VT T TUUNKH I. T M.. Ualtlmo-v Ud,
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
AMCniCA'S TAMOUS AM--YKAII RCSOIIT.
for Heat, Recreation, or l'leaaurc.
AllAMIC CITY, N. J.
Jflttlnh lillr at Sunn Cunipnnj.
Special late allrrnoin clase for tvdulta
dartlns In hluktppeBrp, Latin, and Mathe-
matlrH Vay .in J nlsht urndcU and hlitli
hchcol courtna fur chlllrn uud adults, ai
rrhate couhiriR Cutalututi
FRANCIS MANN MALL, A. M., Principal
jrel. M it" .'1 15 BV N W.
Mrs. Emily French Barnes
II Mi III M V I I'll 1 In, 1733
Washington School ol Accountancy
lnmrue.Ui, a irtpnriiiK tor c 1" A .r.
and bLlnc admlulitratlon profcMlooai
It'pag. bulletin e.nt nn request.
Dlrictur ot lielucatlan. Y. U. c. A.. Ull a at.
'snnrlnl I nedlfP Tfl
Royal Arcn masons
A stated conclave 01 Lafayette Chap
ter, No. fi, Hoyul Arch Masons, will be
held tomorrow night at 7:30 oeloek
Following the business session W II
II. Smith will lecture on "The Building
and Dedication of King Solomon s
Temple." This will bo Illustrated with
models, made by Mr. Smith, wh.o Is a
thorough Bible student and Is familiar
with the history of Solomon s rrclgn
Stop that Cough!
Shake together In
8 ox. pure whiskey
2 ox. glycerine
and the contents of a )i ot.
VIRGIN OIL OF PINE
Talceateaspoonfulevery (our hours. It
will giveyouapeedy reliel and completely
cure your cold inside of twenty -four hours.
I Accept no .ulsrtttut.. Afk -rour dreirilst for
the Benulne Virgin Ollof I'ine doneupln wood,n
crton.llkethecutnndbcarlnour label. Thi
! The Leach Chemical Co- ICincinnat
Mil I PR'S Who wllh to Men Uiedt-
ftilLLElA 3 cuutomerri should tsj purn 10
C IfD lunplv them with Miller's
Mil-liaising f-VIMUlilm Huckwheat Thet
Rn.L.ul,.. In'1 on .lh? inrkt-Biiar-
DUCKWlieat antred ttrlctlr pure
HT.NO roNtft-MBIW HITPI.IKIl
B. B. EABN9HAW & BRO,
VV leol.-i.nlf r. IUIi nd M Win. e...
XATTOTW A . Toniiit at mis.
,, , W w"- "at.
PupuUi Wilnouay Matinee., lite, tzc II tw.
A H VOOD.S Offera
I Be l.aleat l.urupean Operetta,
THE WOMAN HATERS' CLUB
Kre.in the ejerman of "Die KrautnfrrrMc-ra "
Il I.HO hTBIN and CAItl. UXDA1
1 Aulli .r of The. Merry VVMoev 1
llunle l I.dmund Ey.ler American IVH
and l,nc t,v cieorrc V llohart orldnil
Aaur riimn-r (Ne York! Cat ,.t Stvcntv
,!:VI' J-KK Seat .sale Thtimelaj.
Mutln. . 1 Thiiri IThankanlvInK; Dav) an 1 SJt
THE DE KOVEN OPERA CO.
iDanlel V Arthur Msr I
''rracntre Ihe llrcatut of All IteivivaH.
Tim Natlon Llnht Opera
Wllh fJrniul npera AII-N(ar raat.
,'T.t- .Mli" nd telenhnne orders ui
pended dtirlnc thin engagement
4:30 I :
socii:-rr ok .. v
, Jo",f.s'r,,n,,r Conduclor.
rinltn a. 13., r atreet
Tonleat at HilS
'Tfcora. and Sat.
The Trail Che Lonesome Pine
lUU.LDt! 'A W1NHO.ME WIDOW
Frl. Nor. 22
The fimiPua dancer, awiit) by Alexander
prihi. in" "La C.m;rc0"" "VRWrZ
triable and other dancea. Tic't.ta t io
i; W. M.W in aale at Theatre.
Till: MX KinKSJJITII SIBTERB. In a
noielrv mualcal act. MAXIMU3, th. heav
Ul.hl Inirvlpr T.ll.t . n.m..
.. .--.-.,...., icui.a. iinttne
c.im.,llennc 1-HITZ JIOUBTON. th. cartoon
bar.. I riiAi?ns""iw,'A.-. ?.ne-''"l ."??
Cliili," and the IIICKUak imn." ,-1 .-I!'
Di-ticm.. Uetcctcel " ""- . jejj,'1
ITiV-. ,."' eneairo In Amorlc.i
In i..m?.' l;3uaUn " Theatre.
IDjIIi Matt , ::c Evea.. s. r.n. n.i Tia
run mii'MH of ounn."
in. Me.t.rnl.M . ... ... .
liram itlc Art Stuart Uarnea .1 f
nr"Bi?i,n c" ' An'' 01lltr -',u',l
.NUXT WI3RK--WIIO IS DIOTWN"
the s-e.unii a Chief J-'ai-cical Succe
Taken from "Mr. iAn,nt.. t-i..
erni ' rilio'i SDirlt l'aintincr" ar
A.N AU.-KTVII VAXJDEnLU: FIIOOUAM
Pat White and Carl Henry
AND !, OIRIs, WITH
High Life in Burlesque
. 11IIIAY NIOIIT-TIIE COUNTHV hTOUE
Neil cll Till: MKIWY MAIDENS.
TWO I'lllirORMANrRS DAILY BY
With mat Her Popular Comedian.
Ami u Heal All-Htar Oaat