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the Washington times, TiimtSDAV, November 21, 1912.
PUN FOR ANNUAL
Congressman Stanley Will
Delfver Principal Address
Flna pip m In connection with tho
nnual memorial exercises of Wash
ington Loditc, t:o. 15, a p. o j:ikb,
will be arranged at a meeting to ho
nJ thla evening. The exercises will
oa conducted In the National Theater
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congressman Augustus O. Stanley of
Kentucky will be the principal
peaker. Music will bo furnished by
the Marine Band.
Flvo candidates were Initiated last
n'Kht at a special meeting commenc
ng at midnight to permit tho attend
ance of Wlllard Robertson, a member
f the "Trail of the Lonesome Pino"
?om.jany. now placing at the Colum
bia Theater, and a popular stock
company actor here Among those
Who received the degrees and will
henceforth bo considered worthy to
Jvear tho coveted ontlem were Wll
lard Kobrtson. Harry II Hilton, P.
W. Webster, and Neal Chrlsman. '
Reports of committees on the la
dles' social to bo held at the club
rooms next Tuesday night, showed
hat all arc working on arrange
jnentg and that the sounding of tho
ben for curtain raising will bo tho
Jgnal for starting a series of event
ha like of which has noer before
oen seen on earth, "nor anywhero
ee, fur that matter," as un antlu
slastlc member cf "the bunch" ro
marked last night.
GERMANY TO FIGHT
Rosaries Made of Seeds Grown Here
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Reichstag Believed To Be in
Fvor of State-Controlled
BERLIN, Nov. 21. With the bill by
which It Is expected to drive the Stan
dard Oil Company out of German)
ready for submission to tho rclctwtug
next Tuesday, the government was said
today to bo gathering data preliminary
to attacking another American concern
the Tobacco trim.
It was admitted that officialdom's mo
tlyes are not wholly altruistic It Is
seeking merely another soune nf reve
nue and believes It can he found
'Jr,"h the creation of a State.con
trolled tobacco monopoly. Tho Ameri
can Tobacco trust at present has a
tight grip on tho Fatherland.
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Want Freight Cars
I'allowlng the suggestion of Commis
sioner I'runklln I.ano, of tho Interstate
Commerce Commission, the American
Hallway Company Association liuj ap
pointed a rnmmltlco to enforio Its own
rules regurillng return of freight cars
to railroad owners Prompt return will
do much to relieve the freight rur
shortage experienced every fall. Fairfax
Harrison, president of tho Monon; It.
H Alhton, of the Chicago and North
western, and T. K. Clarke, of the Dela
ware, Uickiiuannu and Western, con
stltutu the committee.
Masonic Lodge Enjoys
Speeches and Music
Washington Centennial Lodge, No U,
F. A. A. M , held a stuted communi
cation last night at 8 o'clock In the
Masonic Temple. No work wuh done,
tho members of the lodxe putting In nil
the time of tho meeting In huvln a.
A short address was made by I'nst
Master J. W Wltton. and a recital mi
the plpn organ, recently Installed In tho
lodge room, was given bv Charles it.
Ilartlett. In tho ahsente of Master Wal
lace Htn-ator, Senior Warden Joseph
BEANS IS MADE BY
Fred J. Braendle, of Agri
A rosary made from the colored boans
of the Virginia fringe tree (Chlonanthus
Virglnlca) Is the latest product of Fred
J. Ilraendlc, of tho Department of Agri
culture, who has made several Interest
ing experiments recently In tho use of
otherwise valueless beans In making
Several months ago Mr. Hracndle had
n rosary made from the large brown
beans of a Mexican cone tree, which
he had gruvvlng In the yard of his home.
The beans look un a line polish, and
their rich brown, wllh a silver chain,
inudo an attractive combination.
The latest combination Is silver, with
either the rtd or green dried seeds of
the fringe tree. These scds aro about
one-half Inch long, and taper from the
middle toward the ends Ono of the
rosaries, mode b 13. Volgt for Mr.
Ilraendlc, Is made up of purple soeds
snaced with itreen and the other of
green seeds spaced with purple,
Mr. Ilracjidlo has made them only to
show what curious results can be ob
tained by employing supposedly useless
WOMAN GETS $2,500
FOR BROKEN ARM
Suit Against District Is Won
A verulct for $2,COO was returned by a
Jurj biforc Justice Wright, iu Circuit
Court No. 3 ytstirday In favor of Mr.
Lllzabeth nllrper In her suit Ur 110,000
damjgia agulnst the District of Colum
bia for ptrsonu! Injuries ncrlved No
imber 23. 1010. whin she sllpimd and
fell on the viaduct on II street north
east. The tistlmon wuh to the effect
that Mis Harper's arm was broken.
In tin' trial u cur ago Mrs. Harper
was uwarded VV'.O dumugis, but the
verdict was net aside
Attornes Jami'M I Arclur and Jonh
I.ivvls Smith rtprustntcd Mrs Harper.
Big Steel Award.
American Minister Graves at Stock-
lio.m, Swedui, cabled In the Stnle Dc
iwrtnunt today that a JtOO.oW armor
platf inutrutt for a new Snidlsh batle
ehlp had l i-n avvardid to the iirneglo
Hteel Cninpan of Pennsylvania.
Mr. and Mrs. John O. Pyles
Will Make Future Home
ROCKVILLK. Md, Nov. 21.-Mls
Anna U Darby, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William W. Darby, of Barnesvlllc,
this county, and John O. Pyles, of
Maysville, Ky., were married yLstcrday
afternobn In the Episcopal Church at
Darnesvllle. The ceremony was per
formed by the rector, the Rev. J, II.
Iiushby, In the presence of a large
gathering of relatives and friends. The
church was decorated with cut flowers,
potted plants, and evergreens.
The bride's only attendant was her
cousin, Miss Loulso Hodges, of Tokoma
Park. Tho best man was J. Herbert
Urown, of Barnesvllle, und the ushers
were Hatton D. Ilrown, of Barnesvllle,
and Harvey Harris. Miss Laura White
played the marches.
Immediately after the ceremony. Mr
and Mrs. PIfm departed for their future
homo In Majsvllle. Tuesday evening
tho members of the bridal party weru
entertained at supper at the home of
the brldo's parents
Andrew J. Cummlngs, of Chevy Chase,
who represents this county In the titate
legislature. Is a member of tho normal
school building commission, appointed
by tho last legislature, which Is spend
ing the week Inspecting normal school
plants In various parts of the country
to determine the best style of struituro
to build In Baltimore county, Md , with
the 1600 000 appropriated by the laat
legislature. The commission will visit
Oswego and Albany, N Y , Cape dlrar
deau. Mo., and Charlcstowa and Ma
The annual report of Prof. Karle B
Wood, couuty supertntcendent of public
schools, shows the total receipts of the
county public school commissioners for
public school purposes In Montgorai ry
county, for the year ended July 31, U12.
amountod to ltll.272.S7. and the dis
bursements ti.H 92 less than that
Central High Team
Guests at Supper
In celebration of the highly successful
season of the football team during the
season which ends tomorrow afternoon
with a game with Western, the girls of
the fourth ear class of Central High
School will, on Saturday evening, give
the members of the gridiron snuad a
dinner at tho school. There will be
speeches by olumnl, professors, and
The team has not been beaten by a
District scholastic eleven this ear,
and Is expecting to ln from Western
nt Union League Park tomorrow ufter-noon.
ASK SPECIFIC RATE
FOR CARRYING BREAD
Interstate Commerce Commission
Takes Up Costs Charged by
The Interstate Commerce Commission
today upon Its own motion began an
Investigation Into tho rates und prac
tices of express companies relating to
.the transportation of bread and bakery
Tho probo was called for by com
plaints thnt no specific rates are In
forco on theso products nor for tho ro
turn of empty containers
Chair Awaits Slayer.
FRANKFORT, Ky., Nov. 21. James
Ullls Is to pay tho death penalty In the
electric chair at tho LMdyvlllo prison to
morrow, Governor McCrcary having re
fused his petition for commutation of
sentence to life Imprisonment. Hills was
convicted In Pulaski county more than
a year ago for the murder of Magistrate
C J. Bcalty, of Burnslde. The killing
was a result of the arrest of Lllls on
a charge of Illegally selling liquor. In a
general fuslllado Magistrate Bcatty and
Constable W. I'. Heath vvero shot and
killed. Hills and a companion named
Helton were convicted of tho murders
The Calcium Sulphide Treatment Does
Wonders to Every Kind of
You don't want to wait forever and a
day to git rid of our pimples or other
skin eruptions. You wont to get rid of
them right now. Next vvock you mo
want to go somewhere where you
wouldn't like to bavo to take tho pim
ples ulong. , ,
You can get rid of them Just In time
by taking Stuart's Calcium Wafers.
They contuln as their main Ingredi
ent tho most thorough, quick, and ef
fective blood cleanser known, calcium
Hemi'inbor this, too, that most plmplo
treatments reek with poison. And they
are miserably slow besides.
Stuart's Calcium Wafers have not a
particle of poison In them. They are
fn-o from mercury, biting drugs or cn
omous opiates. This Is absolutely guar
anteed. They cannot do any harm, but
thu alRajs do good good that ou can
see in the mirror before jour own ees
a few days after.
Don't be any longer humiliated by
having a splotchy face. Don't have
strangers stare at jpu, or ullow our
friends to bo ushamed of you becauic
of lour face.
Your blood makes you what ou nre
Tho men and women who forgo ahead
ure those with puro blood and pure
Stuart's Calcium Wafers will make
ou happy because your faco will h
u welcome sight not only to jourself
when ou look Into the glass, but to
evcrbody else who knows and talks to
We know that Stuart's Calcium Waf
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quickest blood and skin purifier In the
world. Trj a puckago today, Mc at
All-Eclipsing Bargain Chances in Tomorrow's Remnant Sale
"IT PAYS TO DEAU
AT GOLDEN BERG1
SEVENTH AND K
THE DEPENDABLE STORE'
VELVET and CORDUROY REMNANTS
Unds of Velvets, consisting of
Bilk Velvet?, Paon Velvets, Velours,
and Velveteen, In all wanted shades,
also blaik. Worth up to Jl DO Q
yard. Itemiiaiit prlee, each und. "
Itemnant lot of Costume Corduroj,
17 Indies wide. In navy blue, and
black. Desirable lengths, which
will iut In any quantity sou desire.
Worth 7Jo jurd. Itemnant QQn
prlee, janl OLC
Odd Lots of Large Rugs
25 room sUn Brussels Tings (8 ft 3 bv 10 ft. 6). strictly all-wool
quality of hiavy weight. In tnn. blue, green, and red colorings Per
fect In every vva not accondn of damaged rugs. Itegular IIS Qrr nn
value at Bl .tO
18 sample beamless Brussels Tlugs, made In ono piece no seams
txl2 ft. lurgest room size, In light and dark colorings, showing a good
range? of desirable patterns. Itegular price, S oa, Itcduced CI A OCT
Odd lot of nx.12 ft and 8 ft S by 10 ft. 6 Axmlnster Hugs. In light
mrt dark colurlngs Tie puttcrns arc slightly mismatched, that's why
they uro so radically i educed. Usual $22 50 ulue C1 1 Qt
REMNANTS OP TABLE DAMASK
Itemnants of Mercerized Satin Ta
ble Damask, t4 and 2 Inches wide,
n 2, i and 3-yard lengths. 000 ard
of tho regular 09c and 6!k QQp
grades for ''
Remnants of All-linen Blnachcd
Irish Tahlo Damask. "0 Inches wide.
In a variity of neat patterns. In 3
to 2'4-Mird lengths. Itegular price,
Jl 00 jurd. Itemnant price, Qs
$2 Double Bed Blankets at $1.25 Pair
65 pairs of largo size Blankets for double beds. In white and tan,
with pretty colored borders
Poft tleceo finish kind that will keep jou snug and warm winter
THE BIGGEST AND BEST PURCHASE THIS SEASON
FINE HATS AND FEATHERS
At 'A to Less Than Regular Prices
The sale we inaugurate tomorrow involves two immense lots of millinery secured on terms that permit us to offer our customers
values in Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats and Feathers that mark the limit of sensational selling. A manufacturer of untrimmed millinery
turned over his samples and floor stock of hats and a prominent importer disposed of his sample lines of Feathers at about the same time
both transactions being made on a basis that brings you the most remarkable bargains ever known.
Read tho nows that follows, and be here tomorrow to share the advantages of our good fortune.
$4 to $7 Untrimmed Hats
Sale Price $1.98
The most wonderful values vou've ever hi en offered In Un
trimmed Hats. Utyles. materials, und shapes the world of
fashion Is wearing this winter consisting of fine quallt Batln
Beavers, erect pile Plushes, Bilk Vtlvets, combinations of
Plushes und Vtlvets, In all-black ns well as black-and-white.
All thn most approved shapes, Including small, medium,
and large dress shapes, as well us many high-class, cxcluslvo
modi Is never before found In a sale ut a reduced price.
None sent C. O. D. None sold subject to exchange.
$5.00 to $7.00 Trimmed Hats
Safe Price $1.98
You cannot buv finer
at tho regular prices th
entlrn colli ellon is so b
at this amazlugl low p
Black Velvet Hats In
with feathers. Newest
extremely stylish and d
with draped crowns an
Hurrv here tomorrow
Hats actually worth (5,
quality Hats or more becoming Btlc3
ese were intended to retail for. The
euutlful you will wunt tp buy several
the prevailing stvles. smartlv trfmm.rf
models for mld-vvlntcr wear evory hat
rcssy. Thev are all hand made, somo
d many with soft-draped brims,
morning for best choice of Trimmed
, una 1 m i -ji.
$400 Black Velvet Hats
With Stylish Fur Trimming $1.48
Another rousing alun in Trimmed Huts that will surprlso
and delight womtn who know what to expect from this alert
mllllnerv organization Stlish Black Velvet Hats, with Tain
o'Bhantcr crown or plain fitted crown, In small and medium
These Hats aro trimmed with tall of white fur-the neweit
ntle note for winter wear. Suitable for women and mlsse
Itegular W 00 values tomo-row at 1 IS. '
Imported French Feathers
At Unheard-of Low Prices
One of the leading Importing houses In New Tork sold us ad
Its samplo lines of flno Imported French Feathers at an ex
tremely low figure, which makes posslbln this remarkable of
fering of tho season's most fashionable millinery trimmings
All finest French goods consisting of Wings, "htlck-L'ns "
Fancj Novcltv Feathers. Hands. Pheasant Tails. Algrtte Yf
fects. and Bunches of Feathers, In white, blui-k, whlte-and-black,
and all colors, also fancy Ostrich novelties.
Usual $2 and $2.50 Values for 98c
Usual $3 to $4 Values for $1.98
Priced to go quickly
Dvery Fridiiy we clear out tho
remnants of ribbons that have aei u
inulated from the previous wniks
selling Tomotrovv jou mn suppl)
even need ut about half price.
8c and 10i Itlbbnns ... te
I2ir and 10i ltlbbons . (Pic
19f nibbons nt . !
:tic and ?9c ltlbbons . UV4c
All the most desirable widths for
fancj vvorle, hair hows, sashes und
millinery trimmings In satins, taf
fetas, fancy sttlpes, plaids, dresdens
40c Floor Oilcloth
at 25c sq. yd.
In this salo ou are offered iholie
of full pieces und not rcmnunts al
though the price Is little more than
usuullj i barged for thn less di sir
Well-known Potter's m ike heavj
weight Floor Oilcloth, In 4-iiiurter,
Miuarter anil ii-iinrter widths
choice of light nnd duk colorings, In
tile, parquetlo .md mosiili d clgns
Itegulur Wl grade for .'li squam
Women's Suits and Coats
A Clear-Away of Broken lines left From
Regular Stock Sold up to $25.00 for . . .
Friday is always a day of extraordinary value-giving in the women's suit and coat section, due to
our policy of closing out broken lines of garments at cost-regardless prices. Tomorrow we are going to
clear out all the small lots of women's suits and coats that have accumulated from recent selling, and
the values offered will prove a revelation to the woman who is looking for a stylish garment at a saving
of half and more.
Suits consist of Serges, Cheviots, Diagonals,
Novelty WotiveB, and Mannish Mixtures, llnod
with eutln duchesso; the few-of-a-klnd garments
left from our most popular lines. Choice of black
and leading colors. Every bIzo In tho lot, but not
u complete rango of sizes In any ono stylo
Choice of values worth up to $25 00 at $9.75.
Coats aro In all tho prevailing 'styles ami ma
terials, such as Broadcloth, Kersoy, Imported
Chinchilla, Wldo-walo Dlugonals, Boucle, Pluld
back Coatings, Fancy Scotcli Mixtures, Pebble
Cheviots, and Mannish Mixtures. This season's
newest and most up-to-date models, In all colors.
Sizes for joung girls, misses, and women.
Worth up to $25 00 for $0.75.
25c to 50c
Odds and ends, consisting of Bu
reau Scarfs, Illiow Shams and Cen
terpieces, In ImltaUou of drawn
work, plain German linen embroid
ered and hemstitched with one row
of dravn work.
Remainders of regular stock, sold
at 25c to COc, reduced to 19c each.
"D. M. C." Short Skein Embroidery
Cotton, In white and turkey red
Sold regularly at two for 5c, r
Friday at SIX for OL
Sold at 35c and Qf
40c a yard for . . wv
Another lot of "mill ends" of thn
popular "Hj degrade" Unlng Sateens
on sale tomorrow at 10c nrd afford
ing dressmakers an opportunity to
supply their needs ut a big saving
rull 3U Inches wide, lino richly mer
cerized cloth In all tho most desir
able colors, us well us black.
(Unlng Department, 1st floor,)
QQ-fr remnant lot of llttlo chll-
uv dren's colored Kelt Hats, In
navy blue, cadet, red and brown,
trimmed with satin nnd velvet 'rib
bons. Itegular 12 value.
QQp-for children's Worsted
UO, Drestvs, In checks nnd plaids,
largo sizes up lo It venrs. Neatly
trimmed Itegular 12 value.
KQrt for ihlldren's all wool Sweat
tlil crs, In gruj and red. sizes up
to 26 V nnd high necks, with
pockets Rcgulat 58e value
OQ fr children's Hompers, of
AUK gingham nnd chumbraj, also
outing lluund Night Gnnns, In as
sorted stripes, mid n limited quantity
of I'ajamas In biokin sizes
OKrt fpi" odd lot of children s non
iiUv nets, of eordurov, bearskin
and felt materials In dark colors
Tight tlttlfig nnd puke effects Itegu
lar 5.V vnlms
Reduced to 44c
Flannelette Dressing Saciiues, In
dark and medium colors, choice of
pretty floral patterns United and
shirred waists High and low neik
stsles Homo sizes missing. I'llduy
at 4o ach (3d floor).
Astonishingly Low Prices
Remarkably Easy Terms
ALL of Our
New or Slightly Used
To Effect a General Clearance Before Opening
Our New Store
At G and 13th Streets
Our fast growing
New Juelg Build
ing, designed and
cially for the
entire four stories
llerr ?ou will
And tbe famous
Henry & S. G.
Buffalo, N. Y.
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