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THE WASHINGTON TIMES,
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1012.
BOY FALLS TO
Stolen Thanksgiving Box
Sent Georgetown Student
Out on Narrow Ledge.
Percy Henry, a business man of
Louisville, Ky., Is expected to arrive
in Washington this evening to tako
charge of the body of his seventeen-year-old
son, Philip N. Henry, a
freBhman at Georgetown University,
who met a tragic death last night,
when ho fell fifty feet from a nar
row ledge on the front of tho Hcaly
building, whero ho roomed.
With his neck, both legs, and one
arm broken, young Henry was found
lying on tho ground beneath his
window by two classmates, who were
leaving tho building about 6:30
o'clock. They notified a member of
tho faculty, who sent a hurry call
to the university hospital, but when
the ambulanco arrived tho surgeon
pronounced llfo extinct.
Died Seeking "Goodies."
Young- Henry lost tils life In nn en
deavor to rtcoer rome foodstuffs whlcn,
It to said hart been taken by somo fellow-students
In a tplrlt of fun from a
box of "goodies1' lie had received from
home yesterday morning. Henry said he
had a goou Idea tio li.ul taken the
things, and, Retting up from tho dinner
table beforr ilnlshlne hit dinner, he told
two of his chums that he was Koine to
Ret Into their rooms and recover tho
food by climbing alonK the ledge, of tho
building around the fourth door.
They ale said to hate advised him
against such n course, hut Ilnnry replied
that others had climbed along the ledRo
without mishap, and he could do the
Tho ledge from wlilrh the youth fell
Is only about a foot wide, and runs
even with the fourth floor along the
cast side of the tull"ni. Formerly this
ledge was used by students who would
walk around It to iturpriso tho occu
pants of othei rooms, but recently or
ders have been Issued b the faculty
prohibiting such pranks
Mr. Ilenrv ai nntltlrd of his son's
death last night and wired that he
would Ieae on the first train, to tnako
arrangements for ImWiib the body sent
tp Louisville for Interment.
'visit to Scotland"
Lecture for Blind
Wilbur V. Mal!nllu will lecturo to
the blind of Washington thli after
noon at :..10 o'rloik In the Con
gressional Llbrart The topic of his
addresses will bo ' Visit to Scot
land." On Friday evening the Chevy Chase
Seminary will furnish the perform
ers for a muHlcnlo to be given for the
blind In the Library of Congress.
Miss Patsv I'n-ltt, Miss Carollno
doff, Gcorgn II Miller and Jllsa
Alice F. Glastcock will sing.
Held for Assault
Upon a Woman
John Wise, colored, charged with as.
aultlnc Alberta stiMlluood, also col
ored, with Intent to kill, was remanded
to Jail by Judce .Millnn today tn
await tho action of tli giand lury. The
assault occurred on September 9. Blnce
when the Smallnuoi woman has been
In tho hospital,
Tho evidence adduced showed that
Wise attacked the woman with his
fists and broke In i J,iw.
Friedlander Bros. Sacrificing
Stock of Men's Clothing
In Big Remova Sale.
Prices Cut Squarely D Hnlf Great.
est Sarrltin- of Men's
Clothing Ker Ueltl.
The well-known firm of Friedlander
Bros., who hair londucted a men's
clothing rstubllshnifiii at Oth and E
Dis. . lor neari a quarter of a
Century, must niale their uresenf nliar.
tars. Consequents, u,y are going to
dispose of the'r laist" stock of men's
high-grade Suits und Overcoats at
This Is u -lHti urn i p Bale nvcrythlng
must go. imluilliig the latest fashion
creations in s iit nmi ,.,,.,.,...,. ...,.i
th best tu.illt men s furnishings!
k.m.i r '" '"mentions bargain possi
bilities of tlntn item
Men's 00-lncli Him k and Gray Over
coats, worth 110 fr,i jia, men's JlitO
21 m4Ib '"r. 'i."" mn' 15 overcoats
ror J8.,f, mens llvdlmwroats forJ10 50,
mens J20 00 overrun fur J12.0U. men's
2?n?...0iH.C0i,,, f.'-'r ''". men's J10 00
"'"2?"" 'or torn men's jli.,-,0 suits
! n!;'onf "r'(X' """" fr w-
m.Sii m'H" '"T $S 7S- """'" J2
minVti !l' nun" ' "'" 'or J12-M.
ill j V i?h Vfnr" f"r "" nalr. men's
lur-llned (Hwrnjl, c . Hart mi
finest quality St O.nVgcS Kersey Over
5Sid",JihdPU1! ,m,skr'1' '' "nd?rTm-
Son S" "rorVoA" ,umb co"ur- orth
Equally as maKnetu. values urn of-
xorVsvsv ,:,"': """' - -
coatKr! '""'," fur over
J5M -"ul " overcoats for
This mammotli utwv fr..i, . ..
nmniirAMiirnru- V . h, 'resn from tho
Idfv dlstrlhnln . 'I'"1."' '" ""W he'f l
rneneMng"'.? B ,Mll,n,t " I uMabSft:
ardfJmafed 'Vn T" ", ""' "ulidlng as
Sloth nc and r LS," """"'"e stoik of
the enure stock" 'ir LZ'ZV nM '
accoiupllsh this kk , LP , J iii.ii
prices Imjo bePn u.uV,,,' 'every gar.
!bonu,,Sn.hhnlf0,.h'' "'" r,pr"'"' "v
aoout one-naif th. repnlar s.nine rle.
mes. It Is a hnnesi tme for kn5lne
shoppers to obtain th. i rail and white?
savings'1 """ f,,rnlfhl'' "t Imrnen,"
An Immense as-nrlnipm of correct
mns ',.!?& V,, " ' '0 H'rte8t hii.1
" . FC"IV tt"'' '"ilieard-of low
prices, the advuimtjpR r. ,,, ..itiiv
Important to bo ml,.". are ,0 U,u,ly
TO BE BURIED IN
Funeral Plans for Retired
Officer Are Not Yet
The, body of MaJ. den. Henry Clay
Mcrrlam, U. S. A., retired, who died at
his home In Portland, Me,, yesterday,
will bo brought to this city for burial
In Arlington National Cemetery, after
funeral services arc held In his homo
city. The urrangements have not been
Born nt Houlton, Me., In 1837, General
Merrlatu wus graduated from Colby Col
lege, und wns commissioned u captain
In the Twentieth Maine Infantry In 1863
Ho won three brevets during his volun
teer service, and the Congressional
medal of honor for "conspicuous gal
lantry In battle." Ho was appointed
major of tho Thirty-eighth United Btatcg
Infantry In 156,". and was promoted to
the position of major general In 1899.
Ho was In command of the Department
of Colorado In 1901.
General Merrlam had been In poor
health for three years. He Is survived
by .his wife, two daughters, Mrs. A. O.
Herger. of Denver. Colo.; Miss Maude
Merrlam, and three sons, Capt. Henry
Merrlam, of the Coast Artillery Corps;
Cyrus L. Merrlam, a sugar planter of
southern Mexico, and Charles II. Mer
rlam, of Spokane, Wash. There are
live hrotherB. Iycnnnrd H William H
Dr. Cyrus'K., and Itufus, all of Hpo
kanc. Wash., and Major Lewis Mer
rlam, I', S. A who resides at the Culro
In this city. His sister Is the wife of
Major W. L. lloyd, of Spokane, Wash.
General Merrlam married Miss Lucy
Jano Oetchcll. of Watervllie. Me., in
1866. Four years later shq was drowned
In a cloudburst In TexuB with her two-year-old
daughter. In 184 the general
married Miss I'na MacPherson-MacNnll,
of Kingston, Jamaica, who survives
JOHN D. SCHOFIELD.
The funeral of John D Schofleld will
be held from the residence of Ills
daughter, Mrs. George U. Howard, 3100
N street northwest, ut 3 o'clock this af
ternoon. Tho Interment will be In
Hock Creek Cemetery.
Z. S. BUCKLER.
Funeral services for Z. S. Buckler,
who died last evening at his residence,
1832 Ninth Btreet northwest, will be held
at 10:30 o'clock Thursday morning, with
the nev. J. M Omv officiating. The
Interment will be In Greenmount Ceme
tery, of Baltimore.
Mr. rtuckler. who was seventy-five
years old. was chief of a section in the
record and pension office of the War
Department. He was a veteran of the
civil war. having served with the Tenth
Maryland Infantry. He served as clerk
In tho office of tho I'a master General
of the army for nwnv years
He Is survlwd by nls widow and six
children, the Uev. George Duckler. of
llruddock Heights, Va., C. Howard
Liver and Bowels
in Fine Condition
To promptlrendtbemucrr ol consripstiori,
torpid liter, lick hesdsche, indigsiliott. diixi-
dch sod nsuies, tou nun v
They narar fil
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in wnj iniuivu
ujo them. Vi
ana a deu
the remit ok their ue. Yoo Med theos.
SmH Pin. 3mn Dom, SsuU PrtM.
Tho GENUINE Bust beat lignann
Fancy Yellow Onions, -i n
per peck 1 v
Fine Apples, eating ( r -or
cooking, per peck.. J
50c Tea, any kind, rtfJr
per lb A"v
Pure Lard, per 1 Oi
Large New Fat C
4 large pkgs. GoldrtC-.
Medal Oats for ,D,
10c Cans Russelline
10c bottles Ginger Ale, r,.
3 loaves Star of the jn
Fnt Rread for IVv
35c Brooms, made by
1420 7th St. N.W.
19 IN ALL
Buckler, F W lluckler, Henrv Buckler,
Mrs. William Heelev Hutchinson, and
Mrs. Gall Klrby. of Newark. N. J. !?
was a member of St John's Lodge, No.
II. P. A. A. M., of this city.
MISS SARAH SKINNER.
The last rites for Miss Sarah Skinner
was hold at 2 o'clock this afternoon at
Calvary Baptist Church, with the Ilevs.
8. II, Greene and H. II. Woodrow, tho
latter of tho First Congregational
Church, officiating. Tho Interment was
In Ilock Creek Cemetery.
Funeral services for John Connor wero
held at 9 o'clock this morning In 8t
Aloyslus Church, with the Rev. Father
Waidron, of Wilmington, Del., dfllclat
Ing. The Interment was prlvutc.
MISS CHARLOTTE MASSON.
Tho funeral of Miss Charlotte Masson
was held at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon
I J SVveSig Store 9.5 to 925 Seventh Street P FCSCItlSltlOIl
From Now Until Thanksgiving With Every Purchase Amounting to $35.00
or More We Shall Present This
Beautiful SIO Mission Hall Clock FREE !
From now until Thanksgiving Day we have arranged to present every purchaser of S35 or more at the Big Furniture
Store with one of these magnificent $10 Hall Clocks absolutely free. Ve make this offer simply as a great advertisement and
as a thanks offering to you for the biggest season's business in our history. In connection with this offer we point to the
astonishing bargains we present in this Great Thanksgiving Sale, all of which you should take advantage of. And don't
forget that you are always entitled to the full and free use of
OUR FAMOUS NEW METHOD CREDIT PLAN
This Genuine Solid Oak
Mission Hall Clock will
not be sold.
We give it away, Free.
An idealClock for the hall
or any room in the house.
This is how you can get
this Big Clock Free.
Any one buying $35.00
worth of goods or over at
the Great Thanksgiving Sale
gets one of the Mission Hall
Clocks Absolutely Free.
We do this to stimulate
Regular Prices have been
cut from 33 to 50 per cent
on all Furniture and Floor
Ifs the Greatest Present
ever offered in this city.
ror lhis uenuine
Quartered Oak Leather Seat
M 5nje JBv9 Store
from the Epiphany Church Home, lKllniCTHD DCEIICEC
Massachusetts avenue northwest, andiXAOlUlV IvCrilOEO
hut unci mum wus in ilQCK irccn. ii-iue-tery.
BRYAN T. HEALEY.
Funeral services fur Ilrjan Tcnpleton
Henley will he held at 9:30 o'clock to
morrow morning at tho home, 128 E
Btreet northwest, and at 10 o'clock from
St. Aloyslus Church. Interment will bo
In Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
GEORGE S. SIMMS.
Funeral services for Oeorgo S. Hlmnis
wero held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon
from Congiess Heights M. K. Cliurili.
The, Interment was private.
Business Meeting Called.
A regular business meeting of the
Washington Architectural Club will bo
held tonight at 8:30 o'clock In the head
quarters of tho club, 151T II street north,
west. Itcfrcshmehts will be served,
I ssssssssUlfklll sssSt I
For This Genuine Quartered
O. 3. rim. Beautiful polish
finish. Better than the picture
shows. Regular price, S 19.85.
TO REMAIN HERE
Dr. Frank J. Goodwin Will Not Re
consider Action at Mt. Pleas
Itegardless of the fact that Influential
friends In the membership of the Mt.
Pleasant Congregational Church are
working to havo him remain as their
pastor, the Ilev. Dr. Frank J. Goodwin,
who so unexpectedly Sunday resigned
tho pastorate of the church, will not,
under any consideration, chango his
mind about leaving Washington
A meeting of tho board of trustees of
the church bus been called for next
Monday night to consider the resigna
Mission Hall Clock, it is not
If your selections amoun
to $35.00 or more, you n
zeive a Mission Hall Cloc
exactly like cut) Absolute
The cost of the Clock
charged to our Advertisin
Appropriation and make
't possible to extend thu
Greatest Offer ever made in
Here is the Description:
Genuine Solid Oak
Five feet eight inches high.
Eight inches wide.
Mission Wax Finish.
A Good Timekeeper.
Brass Movement, Hands,
Weight and Chain.
Youget it absolutely Free,
with our best wishes.
For This Genuine Quartered
Beautiful New Design.
95to925 Seventh Street
tion of Dr. Goodwin. Friends of the
pastor do not want tho trustees to ac
cept the resignation.
Dr. Goodwin stated today he appre
ciated iho efforts put forth to keep him
here, but felt that It would he for the
best Interests of his congregation am!
himself to sever his counsellors. He Is
yet untelded where he will go.
It is the opinion of fbvcrnl of tlw
board of trusters that Dr. Goodwin's
resignation will be accepted regardless
of tho wishes of those who are anxious
for him to remain.
Judge Archbald's Trial
Begins in Senate Dec. 3
The trial of Judge Robert W. Arch
bald, of the Commerce Court, on Im
peachment charges will be begun beforo
the Senate of tho Untcd States Decern
ber 3. Word has been received that
Alexander Simpson, Jr., of Philadelphia,
will appear as associate counsel for
Ask to buy this
For This Rich Quartered Oak
Heavy glass door and bent
ends. Try to match it any
where for Si 8.00.
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Sunshine Cake,9c Jelly Roll, 7c
waL Winter Coats
Worth $15 to $45
Can Be Bought Here Tomorrow for
Gray skies, Leafless Trees, and
raw November days make you glad
to get into such coats.
The .lingering warm weather of
Indian summer was bad for the
makers of coats. "Too warm to sell
coats" they were told on every
hand. "We believe we can sell
coats, cold or warm," we told one
of the largest manufacturers "if
you give us a price that is right."
After pondering the matter for
some time he said, "I'll do it."
We got the coats and now the
weather is good coat weather, but
because of the low price at which
we bought them we shall offer them
tomorrow very much under regular
Another Point THESE ARE
THE BEST MODELS OF THE
SEASON, just the kind you will
pay more for later.
'Still Another They are made of
the latest weaves of IMPORTED
as well as domestic goods.
As for colors, the variety in
cludes all those most favored.
Coat Store 2d Floor.
Important Price Change
On some of the season's most popular
Suede Button Shoes women
Due to a fortunate purchase.
Choice of Black or Brown, A $ O O T
Regularly $4.50 and $5,-l-1 O. 0J
And you select from the season's most approved styles, well
made from the very finest materials. You need Suede Shoes
for dress wear buy them now from these lots and apply the
saving toward something else that is needed.
Practically every size and width.
Shoe Store Second Floor.
Thesp are of shadow Uc, In a
variety of deslKns. also somn
plain nets In tho lot. With the
new style round neck ono piece
dress which are mudc with lontc
sleeves, theso Kultnpes are very
Neckwear Store Street Floor.
This Carload Lot at Big Discounts
Is Rapidly Finding New Homes
Dainty, attractive furniture every conceivable kind of
piece, all substantially made with tho superior care of Klein
Bros., who are pioneers of the Bamboo Furniture business. Von
will want them for your own home you will want them to give
for a Xmas present. You will never have so advantageous an op
portunity to buy. COME tomorrow for your share.
42 Inches high, full slir and very
stroncly constructed 1.76 QQn
values This sale, cuch.. IOC
100 Utility Boxes
2S Inches lontr. strongly con
structed; neat "sled" leH, full
mattlns covered. Actual 12
nlues. This sale, (JJ-i rn
100 Fancy Chairs
Graceful shapes, verv comfort
able, roomy "cuts, matting QJ3
covered. This sale, each IOl
:, JL y V
ly SI, choice
Think what an opportunity
and Xmas Polls to bo bouKlit and
drested to inuke the little Klrls
I.asl year we could not pet
enough of them to sell at $1 00,
but this year we have enough fur
reasonable iteimimls if ymi aro
jrompt, and make this offei niLre
ly to Induce you tu buy our sup
These dolls are btautlfullv made
some with real hair and clos
ing eyes All are dressed In Hue
HIkIi Chairs for these ilolls
priced hpeilul tumor- i)C
Dollvllle lourlh Ilool
45-iti. Union Japanese
Embroidered Table Covers
S3.98 value $2.59
Kntlrel new models, flnlsheil
with scnlloped edee. tine quality,
and very dainty looklns.
llarfraln Tubles Lace Aisle
(As Illustrated )
13 value. This
Dnipeiy store, Third Floor
Heavy llceced Illankets, size T2x
80 Inches, n gray or white, ltli
nlnk or blue borders, good warm
kinds, regularly 12 00, tomorrow,
urm fomfortahles M'e "2x80
Inches, tilled with clean Ihiffj
white coiton, covered with silk
ollneaund cretonnes In light and
i.r ""1 ahd iirlintul t!i signs.
J-.50 vi'lut-s, tomoiiiiw lach,
Bedwiar Klore Htreei Floor