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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, J 01 2.
"OLD HE WEEK"
Commercial Bodies Will
Meet Tomorrow to Con
,, sider Proposition.
"It Pay to Peql JJLa OoldenbargV
ETTOR TRIAL IS
CLOSE TO AN END;
Declares He's Not King of Samoans
TO HIGH OFFICER
FREDERICK BOLKELEY HYDE,
Wearing Headdress Placed On Him During Coronation Ceremony.
Seventh and K ,"nu,n.FnAtoStotV
50 HE DECLARES
Vrl ttZM .TNr
Sale of Men's O'Coats
v ST; ?,..
rvvfci - &&-
A Joint committee on puhllrltj, of
wileh Isaac dans is chairman, from
, mbcr of Commerce the rtoird
of Trado and tho Itetall Merchants' As
"Olcatlon, will meet tomorreivv at noon In
tho Chamber of Commcicc to lay plans
'T n home-coming week, whlih has
wen designated as the week of .March J
In believed Hint with the proper
advertising, former WashlngtonlaiM
from far nnd near n 111 avail them
"'Ives of the cheap rate on the rail-J-oada
bec.itiso of the Inauguration, and
ho additional Inducement or being con
fident that they nill meet old friends
Troni other sections of the enunlrv
Details of the plan will he worked out
nt tomormw 'a meeting In the Chamber.
Several committees of the Itetall Mer
chants' AKHfii lallmi have been an
nounccd reeenll b the various ehali
Jiien. George S dt Niale, chilrman of
ho committee mi trifle abuses has ap
pointed to servo with blni . M Huh
"V I. Ooldenbi rg, Harold II. I-evy,
Ilalley Schurnate. and I) O Miller. It
'.Andrews, chairman of tho member
amp committee appointed (leorgo S
do Nenle, Inac Hani, A I) I'rlnee,
Joseph Jacoby. A O Hiittcrlv, Charles
'; Btotl, M A l.ecsc Ittie Fulkerson.
Sidney West, Owen Owen i: I, Hrlce,
and Calvert Rosenthal t; Nordllnger.
chairman of the (omnilttee on eredlt
and collectionn, appointed S. M Averj,
Hoe Fulkersnn, f'.eorge 3 de N'eale, J
M. Bird, Itobert I'lujm. Alfred Mavcr.
Sidney West, Frank jelleff, and Hulley
President Strasburger has also ap
pointed M. A. I.eese. II I' Andrews.
and II. I, Kaufman to meet threi rep-1
rcaentatlvca from the Hoard of Trade
and throe, from the Chamber of Com- ,
merco to arrange for the raising ami I
disbursing of a conventions fund The
committee Is subject to the call of
Chairman John Dolph. I
Conventions Fund. '
The Idea of tho annual conventions
fund originated several weki ago with
the conventions cominlttci of the t'litun
bcr of Commerce, who ckcldcd to en
large tho scopo of the committee by
Inviting twelve men from each of the
other commercial bodies to serve with'
twelve men from tho Chamber In r.iH
Ing tho fund The Itetall Merchants
uccepted the proposition an It was of
fered, but tho Hoard of Trade ohjicie-el
to the plan on the ground that the
committee! as proposed should be .1 e Ill
Bens' committee dlitlnct from the imii-i
merclal bodies Thty thin fort asktd
that the plan be aniendid to maku It a '
Three men were therefore appointed
from e.ach of tin. organizations to clN
cuas the plan, and when Chairman
Uolpli calls this Joint committee! to
gethcr, opposition to the Hoard of '
'I rado'a .imendmi nt will llkelj ilevtloji
Some of tho leaders l.i the Chambu aie
of tho opinion that since the Chamber
does prattlcally all the work Incident
to securing these conventions, and Is,
therefore In bet'i r position to uidm
the a) In which the moncv shnulil b
expended, that organization through
Its conventions committee liould have I
charge of illsburdng the finals thit are
to be raised Ijj the Joint committee
New Section Launched.
The stationery section of the Retail
Merchants' As-eoilntlon was launched
last e-venlng at a meeting of the Cham
ber of Comment, e ailed bv ( hailes (1 I
Htott, chairman of the section The
Idea of forming sections eoniposed of
merchants In each bratuh of retail loin-1
merco was outlined tei thcie present tv
W r. Ullers senetary of the ussoela-I
The board of governors of the Retail
Merchants' sseieHtlon will meet n the
Chamber tomorrow afternoon at J i
fA oiifcie vEjHCHIH s9F wtf
!ijvxkiV Prrr W pppp &
j a .A. W$m ii
I ffKr,f -.!e? "-;JWb3B
Princess Faamir and Her Husband,
O'Gorman Tells Plans
For Tariff Revision
Sportsmen Fled Islands to
Avoid Being Forced Into
"I am not the King of Samoa, ' was
the positive declaration made to a Times
representative bv Ticdcrlck Illlike ley
Hyde, the millionaire speirtsman nnd
traveler, who has Just returned to
Washington with oliei of the big
gest collections of photographs mid mo
tion picture Minis ever brought out of
the Hamoa Islands
"The papers throughout the t enmity
havo made me appear absurd In the way
they have phoed up the story sent out
of Han rranclsco following my lit rl .!
there some da)H ago '1 he fad Is Mr.
Hile was made- thei big i lilef of tho
biggest town on the most Important
Island of the group and that he piae
tkallv had to the for Ills life In order
to avoid being pressed Into a ll
anions slate as a lesult of thn cfTUslvo
heispltalltv of the natives
Ml lit ili is liappv to get bark to
Washington, and says that he has hail
adventure enough In enable hltn aim
his wife, tu eiiliitaln their menus mi
months to mm"' lnilditital Iheiito,
It Is his purpose to prepare the re
lilllK.il.li lolleillein eir motion ph turo
lllms he has si Hired for u licturu
wlile h he will dellvei In tho course
of the winter for the benefit of the
new piuHh house to rit Johns Church,
of whlih In and Mrs. lljde are mem
bers. It would have Ik it Impossible for
him to have secured thu i u-operatlon
of the Haniiuiiis In obtaining tho pic
tines had It not l en for the good
offlees of the Aineilian cimsul at Apia
and his wife-. Mrs Mason Mile hell
Willi their assistance he became a
popular member nf tho foremost social
set of the Islmcls
Tho Prim ess I'aamlr and her bus
hand, Mulninu bee ame devoted friends,
and when a trip to the remote Islands
was proposed thev veilunt" e reel to ai'
compati the pirt) Princess I'damlr
Is the daughter of one nf the most
revered e hiefs of the peeiple, and
through h i Influence he was welcomed
Into the village l'ollemlnc the corona
tion leremnnv. In which tlin headdress
of the princess father was plaeeil upon
his head he was further honored with
the conferring of tin nainn of the most
revered of chiefs, Tulsete
The expeniiHc was most enjovable
until Mr Hvdi learned that It was the
custom for the new e hief to si let t a
bride from among tin' most beautiful
girls of the Island and that the natives
were likely to tegard a failures to do
so as an Insult As Mr llvde had his
wife, aiiompaiivlng him and enntem
plateel a r turn to Amcrlia the situation
provtd most e mbarnsslng 1. specially
so w hi-ii the most Inftuintlil of tho
natives poluteel to one of the most pre
possessing eif the group, whose tiame
was Sure-mi and sukiv steel tint she
should be taken
With much difficulty, Mr Hjde o
plalned that the laws eif lis eotintiv
woull not permit him to tak. a se ond
Wife but th e xplamtlon was hardly
satlf)lng mil both Mr and Mrs llvde
breathed e i!er when thev were ahoerd
the ship with Its prow hsaded for home.
Ceremony Held for Imperial
District Attorney Plans to
Call Several Witnesses
Representatives of the Ancient Aiablc
Order, Nobles of the Mvstlu hhilni, en
tertained Imperial Potentate! William J
CunnliiRluim lust night In National
Hllles Armor) at one of the hii(,est
ceremonlea ever held li Alma Temple
Accompanvlng Mr. Cunningham wire
V. P. Illgleiw, chief rabbau, 111! im !
Sped, representative to the Imperl il
council, and John 15. Kurtr and W P
Lnveran. eif Iloiim Temple, llaltlmoru.
Others at the event were Potintalo
William Hamilton Smith nnd nobles nf
Alma Temple of this cll , John .N Hi
brell, Jr potentate, W W Cult, te
eorder. tleorge l.lndsaj, William Ch ii
man. and Judge 11 1). White, of Kin -
ellvo Temple, Norfolk, u, and Pole n-1
tain Ham Smith Illustrious Potentate!
Thomas A. Ixivvls, eif Mete a Te.mple,
mother temple of North Alilc rli'Ji. nf,
New Yeirk, also ntte-nde el Addresses
wcrev given by Potentate Ham Smith, I
b) Rev Abrnm Hlmuii Illustt lulls I'"-!
tentate Le'wls Invited inemberM of Alma
Temple lo be guests of Miieu Temple
for the visit of tin. luiptrlal Potentate
Among the featurea of the entertain
ment was Urn production of a vaudeville
sketch written and staged bv Noble c
II Ci'Ud. In whlth Potentate Smith
Noble Clawler, mid others piovlded
eliinies and sot.gs Rlebarl P Harking
nnd Miss Madollno Mmlthse n s e lass of
slnglnir and dam lug pupils also who
features of the elite rlalnmi nt
Swiss Ladies' Club
Members of tho Swiss I.ullcn' Hnter
talnmeiil club ejutelM themselves In an
affair last night at the club house evhe-i
music mid song with dnm.itles wen
followed h u laituiui t at which the fea
turn was an iiddie-ss bj rredeihl.
I.uthl Toastmaster for the evening
wis IMumil s hchmld A plavlet en
tuple d most of the time belori' the ban
iliiet .Mrs Spies" president of the , 1 ib
gave an address of welcome ind eii'iei
addresses were given bv 1) P Itllln-i-backer
(harles llof Miss Pauline Hoi
er .ml others Mr and Mrs Ziritl
gave vocal solos and n numb, r of bol
uses were sung bv members present
Silver Is Found
HAI,I:M, Mass, Nov 19 Pinal argil
inenlM In the tilal of Joseph llttor, Ar
turo (llovannlttl, and Joseph Caruso for
the murder, last winter, of Annlo Im
plrzo, tho Lawrence girl striker. In a
tin Mi between polite and strikers, will
probably begin late loelay, following tho
testimony of ecviral witnesses whom
District Attorney Attwlll Inltnebd to
put on the stand In rebuttal,
Idaho Governor Wires
The unusual step nf transmitting
Senatorial credentials by telegraph has
been tuken In the i ase of Klrlland I
Koriii. niiiiolnted bv the governor of
Idaho to llll the varntic left bv the
.e.,ueii nf henator llevburn '1 he cre
dentials have been wired to Charles
Nixon, assistant to Suretarv llninetl
of the "enati However, they will no'
take the place of those which will be
tiled In the ordinary wns bearing the
offltlil slgnitiiie of the governor and
the seal of the State.
nut HARROU. Me. Nov li -A large
amount of solid sllvir tahleware sti. n
from (leorge W Vanderbilt's sumniei
residence here eighteen veare ago has
been found hidden In the rocks at the
base of a tllff by Slniiin lolele, a Ita'n-
Vlolcte went 'o the cliff for a load of
rock and In handling the stone earn
pun the silverware. Jt Is worth 11 "0O
The Best Cough Syrup is
Easily Made at Home
tenia l.lttle and Acts (ulekl),
Munej llefuudrd If It Calls.
Tl tu i In,. niictcnH u tilnt Of COUCll
sviup, and saves uu about J2 10 as com.
pared with ordlntrv cough remedies It i
stops obstinate tiiugha-e M li whooplnrf
tough In a tiurrj, tuul Is splendid for
koic lungs usthma eroup, boaisoniss
and other throat troubles.
Mix one pint of nanulaled sugar with'
H pint of warm water, und stir for -'
inlnutes Put 2i ounces of IMnex illfty
tents vvortni In a pint bottle, and field
thn Sugar Svrup Take it teaspoonful
evirv em", two, en threu hours Tustes
This takes right bold of a cough and J
gives almost Instant relief It stltnu-1
lalis the appetite, and is a slightly laxa.
tlve both exeellent features I
I'lntx as petheps jou know, Is the
most valuable contentrited c impound nf
Norwav white pine extract rich In
guaiaceil and the other natuial htallng
pine e le mellts
No other preparation will do the work
of Plnex In this redpe although straln
ed heme v tan be used Instead of the
sugar svrup, If dtsirtd
Thousands of lion"! wives In the1
I nlted Mates and Canada n use tills
I'll c-x and Sugni -s:v nip reelpe This
plan has eif le p hcu imitated, but the
eld Mieicssful formula has nevei been
ecniabr Its low eost .me epiltk re
sults have maele It Immense Iv popular
A gueiatilv of absolute satlsfi tlon, or
mone v primptlv refunded, goes with
this recipe. our eliugglst haa Plnex
or will get It fir ou If not, stnd to
The Plnex I ei Tt Wajnc. Ind
WILL SEE EXPERT
Former Champion Pocket Billiard
Player to Play 100 Ball
TTTank Sherman, formerlv the cham
pion pocket billiard r'Hvcr of America
and C J. Diane haul, a well known sta
tistician who has Jii't returned from a
elesert tour of four months will he
presented to the member i of the Com
mercial Club next Fildav night
Mr. Sherman will pla a Ifm-ball
match with one of the i luh's members
and will consume the remaining pirt nf
nn houi giving nn exhibition of Tancv
shots Tin pi i will btgln pmmptly .t
At 0 o'etlock Mi HI inchard will talk
of his touis and show his remarkable
series of travelogue picture a of the won
der! of the American dee rt
Sen itor O (Snrmun of New York who
his nrilvcel In Washington. In a stall -tie
nt of Ids views about the extri sc s
slim favors if vision f the tariff sehecl.
ulc by sihecltili, und ulso certain Im
portant gene ml legislation
lb believes the teurrencv and trust
que stlons as well as the tariff, ought
to bt tackled In the extia session
In view of the f.u t henator C) (Inrmau
Is one of the close fib nils of (lovernor
llson slgnlfltaiice Is attached to his
John Wateis, a plumber ut r'2 I'
street northwest loelav fllrd a pi title, ri
,11 voluularv liunl. rujiti In the District
"upc-eme Court He lists his liabilities
at i"n 473 V) and his iisets at JISTd-jj,
Including lnturanct polleb-s for I7 00M
Type of Samoan Beauty Oflered Mr.
Gulklcy As a Bride.
Man Who Sought Wife
Sent to Workhouse
Janus llarpct chnrged vvlth ellsorder.
Iv eoniluit, was sent to the workhouse
for four months h Judge Pii(,h of the
Ulstrltt Police Court, totlav
Ilnrpers father-in-law. who ritefcrreel
the charge, said that Harper went to
his home last night and curseel him be
eause he e ould not find his wife
Colored Porter, Accused
Of Beer Theft, Goes Free
Unfits Jefferson eolored porler In th"
Hotel rieeloiiH, ihaigecl with steulln?
beet from the refrigerator of the hotel
and selling It. was released from em
tody because of the link or torroboiu
tlve evidence bv Judge Mullownv. nl
the rnlteel States hr I'lrh of the Dlstrl I
Police Court tod iv Judge Mullownv
warned Jrffer-oti tint he escaped bj a
technically and that he had betit i be
careful in the future
Mhh iger Ashbutne of the 1'redonla
fdatcd that he had found another e ol
cred mnn who worked In the hotel wlih
the tecr who said he had gotten li fioni
Jefferson Jefferson was In possession
nf a key to the 11 frlgi rutin at the time
However, there was no evidence to e 01
roborate that glvi-n bv the other hov
ond JelTerson vias dlsnilssed
Commerce Body Officers
At Meeting in Chicago
John Joy Kdeon treasurer. Hlllot 11
nandwln. secrelaiv: and U A Skinner
Bislstiint secretarj, of tho Chamber of
Conlmorco of the rnlted States, aro In
Chicago today attending the meeting of
the board of directors of the national
chamber Tho meeting will lust until
Tho directors will discuss preparations
for tho coming tlrst annual convention
of tho chamber, which will be hi hi In
Watdilngton Januio 21-24 Tonight the
eCnlcago Association of Comniene will
irlve a banquet In honor of the boaid
of directors Ovei 700 membcio of the
siaocUUpu aro tu attend.
jt.rniioi s pd r.cv.
rtpss ;iml llpst rnnlaln nellhir
IMOTrv ARC OTIC.
ft Apcrrert Remedy for Consllpa
Facsimile Signature of
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guaranteed undcrthe I
nil r ilii'iMiiwiniitiiT1r
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
m 1 Am.
m F M
, Thirty Years
It t-akes more than a brake to stop a
car. No matter how efficient your
brakes may be, the behavior of your
tires determines where you stop.
Your real emergency brake is in the
treads of your tires not on the axle.
If your tires are equal to the emer
gency they will grip the road and stop
"All the 'brakes' are with you" if your
car is equipped with
Besr in rhe Short Stop"
The Safety Trend does team work
with the brakes. When the brakes
say stop.the Safety Tread puts the
order into effect. It works on the
principle of no cause, no skid no
skid, no dread. The first bar to
touch the streetwipes a "pot clean,
under the tire, for the other bars to
grip and hold. No chance for ooze
to work back under this tire the
way is barred in all directions.
This new Safety Tread tire is both
safe and sound. Safe because it
stops the skid by removing the cause.
Sound because it is a Goodrich Tire
thru and thru. It has Goodrich
Quality (Goodrich Unit Construction,
Goodrich Tough Tread only more
of it. It delivers mileage in Goodrica
1 00 branches and service stations and innumerable dealers, everywhere, c&'.i
now supply you with this new Safety Tread in any size and to fit anj rim.
The B. F. Goodrich Company, Akron, O. Largest in the World
Washington Tire Depot, 1319 14th St. N. W.
for Choice of Values
Worth $15 and $16.50
Overcoat vreutlfer is here to re
mnin, nnd well timed with your need
comes this special Mile of stylish coats
at n price way hclow regulnr cost.
These Overcoats are made of all-wool
Irish Frieze, in plain and striped effects, also
Black Kersey Cloth, as well as gray and
fancy mixed effects. Three-quarter and ex
tra lengths, with convertible collar and belt.
Full of style and warmth the most unusual
values you'll find in Washington for the
money. Values worth $15.00 and $16.50 for
44-Inch Imported Crepe Meteor
Usual $1.75 Quality at $1.19 yd.
A special underpricc offering of these fashionable silks for
tomorrow that provides exceptional advantages to knowing silk
Itlili Milti-fiieee ejunlltv of extra lie-ivvv ef-ht "' 0"' cllnfclntr fin
Ifili Pull 41 Inrlie.. vvlde' All llie- l,ni reilorc Inclurteel, such as navy
IjIiii llqlit blue- lievenilcr cr.i, pink hIo Mack
Ilegulur Jl ". v.ilue nt il 19 a aid tomoneivv.
.I'Mncii h'lk I'nnl'n In navv.
iiroun, Cntipnlincen anil black A
Mvilnli, iii-ti-el He rllk
for remtmncie llfgulitr
II (O value, at .. . ,
m iv .v
42-lnrh Crene df Chine?, handnvmej
rrepp-ilnlfih kind. In Krrat favor
tnld re-annn. In navv Dlue,
brown and black rtfRU
lar Jl It value at
11 I or
COUPON SALES I Wool Fibre Rugs
OF HOUSEWARES $1 0 Value $5.95
i,ot of 60 ei-jj ft larrce-m ronn
tl;. -.. J Jei. "'"" Wno1 nbrr KB". Btrlctlv e-e-.
I (IIS LOlipOn and 11C virrlhl and vrainlofiK In -olor-
rr.,. sir e-r, .c.i ri-.. t-i,i lnK" cf Bren, tan. and brown
for SIX frvietal J.lapn Table? I,arlri ntiel smnll clcclpn. Hull
iWUlSrlJ ni Ce- c"e.,K" ,T room giwUl ,t CM wh
This Coupon and 29c 65c Bed PillOWS 37c
T.,b with drop h.n.H .T ) XrU
' fcatlifrH. made? odorletiB br cold
blafit process One dav at I7c each.
Imported Windowphanie These Pretty Draperies
25c Value at 9c Yard at 94c a Yard
v. new lot of .VW rolln jujt re- KlndB fold rcfrularlv at I5r a
eelved, ind nn file tomorrow at ard
thli sfx-'lal price fliol,. of a case of jard-wld Scrim, re-
frojted, ptained, and leaded clam ernlble quallt. In attractive all-
effect n white. Hack blue led. over and border effects Full nieces
or ere en Handsome- elevens for not remnants I.laht and dark
w ndovvs doors, and transit us colorlnRp
Tomorrow nt Jc vd Instead of Hult-ihln for scarf, curtains n,t
Jk. (Ith floor) draperies.
Mid-week Domestic Economies
A Timely List of Wanted Materials for
Home Dressmaking at Lowered Prices
Mill ends of ST-lnch Oiltlnc
Flannels, In Hunt and dark
Rrounds, cliolce of stripes nnd
rbeeks Lengths from 5 to 13 vards.
Nift lleeeeel qtiallt) , sold leRU
laily at Vv ard Speilal r?an
45xW rnbleached Pillow rases,
regular size maiV of rtra beavv
pljlnw case eotton not ordinary
muslin Sold regularly nt Q3
15o each Special at . . w e'l
arrt-wldo Vhltc Cambric, a fine
close-woven finality, freo from
elressliiK-, especially desirable for
women Kiirmcntie Sold rejru
larlj at 10c ard. Special eC3p
Standard quality Apron Glnc
bams In n large assortment of blue
checks Warranted fast colors
I-.xcellc.nt material for Inexpensive
R.ermcnts IU-cular Sc p-ii..
value at OTC
Australian Wool Blankets
Usual $3.00 Value at $1.88 Pair
The advantages we obtained in buying this lot of warm,
heavy-weight blankets is turned oer to our customers tomor
row. They arc II -quarter double-bed Australian Wool Blankets,
Soft French-combed fleece that will not become knotty after
Choice of white, tan. or gray, with pink and blue borders.
Regular $3.00 value at $1.88 pair.
u iwomioris lor
$2.50 f 0MFOHTS Special lot of extra largo nlze Comforts for
aouDin ncaa, mica vun sou nun vvnue couon, scroll i
Btitriica quilted, tovoroa vvitn Root quality sllkolines I
light and dark colorlnss. uoRiilar ?2 50 aluo at.
$16.50 Room-size Rugs CIA QK
9x12 Feet Size . . . . Y V.CiJ
We have rounded up an even three dozen rugs, left from
one of our most popular lines, and marked them for clearance to
morrow. Your best opportunity to obtain a good, serviceable
room-size rug at a generous saving. They arc 9x12 ft. Seamless
Brussels Rugs made in one piece (no seams) finished with
heavy 4-inch hemmed ends. Strictly perfect quality.
Thoice or light and dirk eoiorlnfcs In various eichlrablo natterns
HOKiilar JU, a value ut J10f, each., Ir ll! Patterns.
Lace Curtains Underpriced $1 AC
Usual $3, $3.50 and $4 Kinds J
A purchase of several hundred pairs of bright, new lace
curtains at savings of one-third to one-half. They arc fine grade
Nottingham and Scotch l.acc Curtains, 45 to 60 inches wide and
.1' 7 yards long. Choice of white, ecru, and Arabian.
In heav worked and noveliv designee, ople, of lh mnr. .
ncintve imported laee enrt-lnH lnr mor '
I sual W to Jl eiuallticH .it Jl 3. pall. (Fourth Floor.)