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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1912.
IS ISA MENU
FOR PURE DINNER
Acting Chief Chemist Tells
Us What To Eat; Pie
Oysters on Half Shell.
(If It Is certain that ther cone
frost unpolluted water.)
(Any kind mnde properly with the
(Not more than twenty hoars ont
lot the water.)
Boasted Young Goose Staffed
Baked Potatoes, Cauliflower.
Fried Sweet Potatoes.
lettuce with pure Ollre or Cotton-
seed Oil Dressing.
01.fashloaed Mlnee Pie with
plenty of Good Mince Xeat
FIERCE DOG BITES
Boy and Man Torn By Stray Collie Which, It Is Feared,
Had Rabies Cars Collide at Switch in
The above menu Is suggested nd In
dorsed by Acting Chief Chemist Doo
little, of tho Department of Agriculture.
It Is warranted not to glvo Indigestion
If eaten within reason.
"The chief fault with Thanksgiving
dinners." ald Dr., Doollttle today, "Is
that too much Is' eaten. A man sits
down to the best sort of dinner, eats
through a dozen courses until he is In
an almost comatose condition and then
when he wakes up In the middle of the
night In mortal terror of death he
blames It on the food.
"Take mince pie for Instance. Mince
pic, when eaten In moderation, is not a
bad food. It Is rich and It is delicious,
although I ulnujs burn my mouth on
It, but It It were eaten In moderation
It would not hurt a healthy digestion.
However, the diner sits down to one
piece of mince pie, like that made on
the farm when I was a boy, and one
pTece does not satisfy. Another Is eaten
and the digestion suffers.''
Not Strong for Oysters.
In regard to tho ojsters, Dr. Doollttle
was not very strongly In favor of any
except those gotten from water far
way from contamination. The oyster
Is an Ideal breeding ground for bac
teria, and In lew of the present Inves
tigation of the I'otomuc ojsters, he did
not think it ndtlsuble to suggest chesi
icake bay oysters. Hon ever, he al
lowed deep water cystcrs if tthey wero
In the matter of fish ho mas more
lenient The llsh Is cooked and may
nave lived In contaminated water, but
the cooking would kill tlio bacteria. Any
kind of fresh fish will do if It Is cooked
Dr. Doollttle suggested winter vege
tables to .11 With fll nnmp AnA t.n -a-
lected the goose for this season of the
year. The turkey Is Immature before I
Christmas, and has gone through a j
system of forcing, to get him to the
proper weight and fatness, and while
his flesh Is all right so far as health I
goes, tne proper flavor Is not there until
Christmas. The turkey, according to
Dr. Doollttle, Is the only and proper
roast for a Christmas dinner, but the
Xooae Is his selection for Thanksgiving,
nd the goose must be )oung and lender.
Lettuce salad with an oil dress'ng
comes after tho goose. Either cotton-1
seed or olive oil rauv bo used. The cot
tonseed Is not so good In point of na-
yor as the olive, but It Is Just as
healthy and as this is iicnithv itinn.r
Dr, Doollttle allowed that to come Into
One Slice of Hot Pie.
Then comes the minco pie. Not the
tnlnco pie made of mlnceimat purchased
In a grocery store, but the mincemeat
that has been In tho stunt, crock In the
spring house or the cellar ever since
really cool weather began. Bring the
pie on piping hot and serve In large
slices, because Di. Doollttle docs not
approve of more thin omi slice If the
eater would remain healthy as to diges
tion. "After that dinner," said Dr. Doollttle,
"get a good cigar and an easy chair,
and one can remember more things to
be thankful for than he thought ex
isted. He will bo thankful for every
thing that lias happened to him, espe
cially the dinner."
In tho meantime the health board Is
looking i-aiefullv after tho stomachs of
all Washlngtonluns und seeing that the
stuff they eat Is what It should be. No
especial crusudu 1m on, but the Inspectors
are all over town everv day, and they
see that unrlpo or overrlpo fruit Is not
sold, and that all groceries and vege
tables come up lu I he standard set by
the pure food Ian.
Dies From Wound.
Bernard Corrlck, colored, sixteen
yeurs old, of Fairfax Couit House, Vn ,
died yesterday afternoon In the George
town Untverslti Hospital from the ef
fects of a guriFhot wound In tho left
leg. Tho boy accidentally shot himself
while hunting neur his homo ubout a
WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU,
ANACOSTIA, V. C, NOV, IS.
The body of the stray collie dog
which attacked and bit two people In
the Anacostla district yesterday was
delivered today by the police of tho
Eleventh precinct to the Bureau of Ani
mal industry to learn If it was suffer
ing from rabies.
Frederick Shepherd, forty-six years
old, fought desperately with the ani
mal on the railroad tracks In full view
of a score of persons on tho Anacostla
bridge, while a short time previously
George Howard, a thirteen-year-old
boy, was attacked and bitten by the
same dog In the woods at Overlook Inn,
several miles from the spot where the
animal leaped at Shepherd.
Howard was playing marbles with
some companions In a little clearing,
when the dog came from the woods on
tho run and launched himself at the
boy's throat Screaming with fear, the
other boys nevertheless tried to aid
their companion, who forced his right
arm against the savage brute, which bit
him through his clothing on tho arm.
By this time sticks and stones were
used on the dog, which ran in the di
rection of Anacostla. The wounded hoy
was treated by Dr. Moss, after which
he .went to his home, at 2024 Nichols
Frederick Shepherd, who lives at 1200
Railroad avenue. Twining City, was
taken unawares by tho dog as he" was
walking along the freight tracks. The
nnlmal leaped for his throat, but
Shepherd seized him with a strong gr'p
and .held him off. The man was bitten
three times In the right hand by the
enraged beast. He shouted for help
and F. Chrlsmond. of Congress Heights,
who was passing In his automobile,
stopped, celled a club and stunned the
brute. Then Policeman Ogle came along
and finished the animal's career with a
Shepherd was taken to tho Casualty
Hospital in Chrlsmond's automobile.
Later he was taken to the Hygienic
Laboratory, where ho will receive
treatment for a number of days. The
iIok was untagged und unmuzsled and
Us owner has not been located.
Passengers on two Anacostla street
cars were thrown Into a panic last night
about 8:30 o'clock when a collision oc
curred between trolley cars No. 23 and
No. 384. at the switch In Nichols ave
nue, near Talburtt street. Tho former
car was going toward Hl'lsdale, and the
wheels slid when an effort was made
to bring It to a stop. It Is alleged. The
latter one was leaving the switch on
the way to the city. Tliey came to
gether with a crash and the vestibule
of each car was ourtv demolished. No
estimate of the damage was made.
Conductor Charles Rice and Motormn
Raymond Rice were In chargo of the
southbound car, while Conductor
Charles Carter and Motorman William
It, Bramwell composed tho other crew.
No one was hurt. ,
News of the death carv yesterday
morning In Brooklyn, N. Y of Mrs.
Helen Q. Lctlch. at the home of Altw
C, Leltch, her son, of the Brooklyn
navy yard, rcuched tho city yesterday.
The information was communicated by
telegraph to her relatives In Washing
ton, and the friends of Mrs. Leltch at
the Oovcrnmcm Hospital for the Insane,
with which Institution sho was con
neoted until a short time ago In an ad
ministrative position, were notified. Bho
was a member of Klccta Chanter, No. 2,
Order of the Kastern Star, of Anacostla.
The remains will be brought to Wash
ington for Interment In congressional
Cemetery. The funeral will be held
from the residence of Mrs. Mary Ash
com. In A street northeast. While the
date has not been named, It will bo
tomorrow or Wednesday, nrobably. Mrs.
Leltch was a native of Pennsylvania,
and sho Is survived br one son. A
brother, Herman Clark, lives In Wash
ington. That there will be no dolay in the
condemnation proceedings for the ac
quirement of the land necessary to ex
tend Mt. View place from the Morris
toad to Talburtt street is tho Informa
tion received by citlsens who have mado
Inquiry Into tho plans of the Commis
sioners after the municipal officials
acted favorably upon the request of tho
Anacostla Citlsens' Association for tho
extension. Although the condemnation
will bo undertaken at once, the final ex
tension of the street will not follow Im
mediately thereafter, It Is stated. It Is
already settled, It Is claimed, that the
Improvement wll be charged agulnat the
abutting property owners as taxes for
the benefits derived.
Dr. Hyman Laveeon, wno left tho
servlco of tho Government Hospital for
the Insane to accept another position
with the Government Health Service a
number of months ago. Is back In tho
city again. Ho Is now the medical of
ficer at the Bureau of Engraving and
Printing. Dr. Lavcson has been In Pan
ama and nn other stations for the Gov
ernment flnce departing from KL Kiln,-
I bcth's. He has been visiting hls-fricnd
ui uie institution.
ARRAIGN DR. KEMP
ON POSTAL CHARGE
Physician Accused of Mis
using Mails, Promises
To Fight' Case.
Dr. Thomas J. Kemp, the Washington
physician arrested last week In tho nation-wide
crusade of tho I'ostofflcev, De
partment against alleged violators of
Section 211, will be arraigned at 3 o'clock
this afternoon before Commissioner An
son Taylor, at tho lattcr's offico in H
The arraignment of Dr. Kemp was
first sceduled for this morning, but was
postponed unt'l afternoon. The physi
cian, charged with using tho malls for
Improper purposes. Is out on ball, hav
Ing furnished acceptable surety soon af
ter his arrest.
Dr. Kemp protests his Innocence of
me cnarges maae iiy ine posioince in
spectors, and will riant the case from
the outset. In tho event he Is held by
Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock, tho
hearing of William Sacks, arrested In
connection with the cases In Rossi yn
Involving charges of mistreating young
girls, will be held before United States
Commissioner Anson 8. Taylor.
Federation Decides to Leave
Details to Certain Groups
D. A. Kdwards, tha newly elected
president of the Federation of Citlsens'
Associations, has announced a now
plun for directing tho affairs of the fed-
,Mtli.n .l,lnr thm rnmltlff VSS.r. He
I I'M appointed six committees, which
I will bo chnrecd with Investigating and
' reporting upon piactlcally all matters
i of tiiMinni romlnff before the federa-
tlon. Tho committees are:
Public utilities, William mck, uiayion,
chahman. and William N. Cromwell,
president of the Petworth alliens As
foclatlon. .... ....
'Itntav and J. O. McQrath.
I'unllc heaitn, XV. H. rucnarason, j.
M. Wood, and J. W. Dyre.
Highways, parks and waterways, K
S. Clarkson, Glenn Brown, and Charles
R. Burr. .
Education, Leon Dessex, Allan Davis,
and George F. Williams.
Public celebrations and conventions,
Charles C. Lancaster, and W. J. Noil.
Several matters pending before the
federation will bo referred at once to
I ...... iwiiiiuiiiueB, wmcn win rtvurt wt
,tho next meeting In December.
Sioux Lands Swept By
Prairie Fire; Town Burns
PINE R1DGU INDIAN AOENCT, 8.
D., Nov. 25. A prairie fire, which de
vastated a section of country 100 miles
long and ten miles wldo, swept over tho
Sioux reservation and burned Itself out
In tho breaks of the river for to the
cast. Tha town of White Owl Is report
ed destroyed and dozens of homestead
tis were burned out.
Near Cutmcut a fourteen-year-old In
dian boy became surrounded liv tha
Homes, and was on the point of being
roasted, when J. B. Brovvii, or Valen
tino, Neb., wrapped n wet blanket
nrnund his body and drove his nutotno
Mlo through a sheet of flume In wheta
the boy stood. Brown's companion grub
bed tho Indian, pulled him Into tlio car,
and the automobile, without a stop,
shot through tha rear wall of flame to
The missionary society of the Garden
Memorial Presbyterian Church will be
In chargo of the metleng of the Women's
Home Missionary Society of the Presby
tery of Washington In New York Avenue
Presbyterian Church on Wednesday
morning. The meeting will open at 11
o'clock. Sirs. A. B. Garden, president
of the society at Anacostla, and -Mri.
Lloyd Riddle, secretary of literal uie In
the same body, will have the direction
of the program.
CHEER UP! If HEADACHY, BILIOUS,
CONSTIPATED CASCARETS TONIGHT
No odds how bad your liver, stomach, or bowels; how much your head
aches, how miserable and uncomfortable you aro from constipation. Indi
gestion, blllousncs and sluggish tntesti ncs you always get the desired re
sults with Cascarets.
They end the headache, biliousness, dizziness, nervousness, sick, sour,
gassy stomach. They cleanse jour liver and Rowels of all the sour bile,
foul gases and constipated matter which Is producing the misery. A Cas
caret tonight will straighten you out by morning a 10-cent box from jour
druggist will keep your head clear, stomach sweet, liver and bowels regu
lar and mako jou feel cheerful and bully for months.
10 CeiltS NTr grip or ttdna.
"CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP-'
We Open Charge Accounts
WMft IN DOUBT BUY OF
11 CO. 7 4 EYE(I)STEETS,N.W.
Selections Made for Xmas
Gifts Will Be Held for
Service Let Us Impress That On You
It means every feature and phase of satisfaction not alone with the quality
of the merchandise but the assortment you will find in every line the prices at
which it is offered the courteous and interested attention with which you will be
waited upon. All these things constitute SERVICE House & Herrmann service.
Tonsiline Diphtheria u the
freventS disease of child
Dlnhtherln h00d because It
It U invariably preceded by Sort) ,
Throat nature's danger signal. '
At the appcaranco of Boro
Throat the first thought should be
Its quick cure. Don't regard it
lightly don't think It may be
sone tomorrow. An hour'a delay;
"i units luiai results,
What good doctor now1 advises
Jelay or thinks lightly of any Boro
Throat, especially in children?
Modern medication endeavors to
quickly control and euro tho sim
pler forms of disease it's so much
easier and safer than watting tor
the graver diseases to follow.
It is right hero and In this way
TONSILINE has its greatest value.
TONSILINE will positively euro
the Sore Throat and thereby pre
vent the dread dlseaso Diphtheria.
rmvclllYr I. .!. -.. J..
v w.,..,:, .a lU VIIU IVIilUU, I
sold largely throughout the United i
States, exclusively for tho cure of '
puru a iiruuis, us neia is limited
but It does Its wholo duty every
time. TONSIUNE has Justly earned
the success It has achieved as
a Sore Throat Cure. HUt
Buy a bottlo today and havec4T
It ready for Instant use. H
.JW"M tho stitch f-l
IS cents and 60 cents. Hos
Wtl BUe 11.00, All DruggUta.
Handsome China i Thanksgiving Table
Selections from our regular stock specially priced for this
occasion. The best in Dinnerware; the newest in design and
decoration complete sets, consisting of every needed piece for
the most elaborate spread.
Full 100-plcce Dinner Bets, In
norm pattern!, mini
gom-iinca euges. ju-g-
uiar price iiu.uu.
Full 100-nleco Dinner Bets, sold
bind and thin gold-lined edge
decorations, or nowu-.
borders, R c g u 1 a r '
Full 100-pIece Dinner Sets, with
imrai norner. uoiii- .
edged. Itegular price '
Full 100-nlcce Dinner Bets, semi
porcelain waie; Green and Hlue
R e g u 1 u s price,
Kxtra lOt-ptece Dinner Bets, In
inn popular .nu
llsh Ulue Dlrd pat
ncr ocm, in
er Bets, gold
Full 10O-p!ece Austrian China Din
ner nets, wun
dainty Homo bud
'Full 100-pleco English Ko)aI Vlt
rous Ware In three
entirely new de
Full 100-plece Saxony Ware, with
i-aie uiuc, nose
Full 100-plece Genuine Limoges
Extra 101-pleco Dinner Sets, In
;llsh Rojal Vlt-e
ony Ware, with
reen and Hlue China: nower and
F.ncllsll Wure. with
Indian Tree dec
pi Ice, $32.00 1
Also several sets of the famous Thco. Hmlland ware.
Rockers of Many Styles
and all of them Rockers of real comfort. Whether they are
elaborate in design ana hnisn tney all have the virtue of comfort.
(Exactly as Illustrated.)
This Turkish Rocker Is of big,
generous proportions, with
springs und frames of tho most
substantial construction; covered
with an Imitation of leuther
that win nana any amount or
t lilted braced
a n d reinforced
any amount oi
(Exactly as Illustrated.)
This Solid Oak Ilocker has the
high-grade lines, and In every
ueiau is a rename viuarter-
sawea cirect; tracen
for service. Worth"
BjHP Jy Zflt&f J&P-kmm
Whllo this Is only one of an
enormous variety wo carry rep
resenting eery period und era of
design It la such an exceptional
value at the price that we are
featuring It as a special for
Designed on lines Tlchly refined
and Mulshed with high polish.
Oval mirror of bevel French plate.
The pltco Is 42 Inches wide at
base; stands on French legs and
every detail of construction of the
best grade of cab
(Exactly as Illustrated.)
W (Exactly as Illustiated,)
Wo are asking your attention to
this prlco to demonstrate what con
stitutes money's worth here. Low
as tho price Is, the valuo Is worthy
your consideration, and yeu'll Und
eery piece of Hull com Furniture
wo carry In this samo ratio of val
ue and price. Cheapest certainly
but for dependable alucs always.
This Princess Droser Is made of
extra quality of Oak, carefully tin
Inhcd, with shaped top drawers;
large bevel Trench plate mirror;
full size; attractive design, and of
very substantial construction.
fValnut Kernels, per lb.,
Mince Meat, lb.,
Fresh Ham, lb.,
Fresh Shoulders, lb.,
Pork Chops, Select, lb.
Sliced Bacon, lb.,
White Potatoes, pk.,
Sweet Potatoes, pic,
lolly Brand Sausag
Meat, pure pork am
pure s'pices, lb.,
Round Steak, lb.,
Sirloin Steak, lb.,
Hamburger Steak, lb.
Old Dutch Roll, lb.,
Chuck Roast, lb.,
"ure Sausage Meat, lb.
Pig TaiU, lb.,
)ld Dutch Market, lnL
030 !.. Ate. X. XV.
Nth sad K St: a. v..
3lst ad M Ms. .V W.
7th Que Ms. N. XV.
tin ii tit. .v :.
1HX2 Marlh Capitol M
JfM (ieorala Ate. N. w.
10.13 Mth St. N. W.
Ta D Ms. N. U.
1778 V M. .V. XV.
IU Hth St. X. XV.
-i ,1 ' - eyes. Ofll
No Ckarsje for Coaaallatlosu
consultation that determines the
lack of faith In ono's cyo specialist.
Martin Hamuci, tne noiea opiome
ranvlnrn vou ho understands yout
Office on Ualcony of first floor. Hours;
9.30 to 0:30 dally.
Pictorial Review Patterns Headquarters
Special late afternoon claisei (or alult
Urtlnc in Bhulieipeare. Latin, and Mathe
matics. Pay and night graded and hliih
school courfua for children and adulta, aUJ
private rnnchlng Catalogue!.
FRANCIS MANN HAIL, A. M Principal
Tel. M. 8177. V. K 8T. N. W.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
143 Uloenth Ht. N. K.. I'h. Line. 1739.
Washington School of Accountancy
Initructlon priparlns far C. P. A. degre
sad outlaws adiululitratlea profinlooal
tl-page bulletin seat oa request.
Dlnctur ef Xaucatlsa, T. li. C. A 17M st.
A.LISNER Hours, 8A.M. to 6 P.M. G STREET
On Second Floor.
Where are the prettiest and every way best $1.00 Dolls? Where
are the cutest Character Dolls? Where are the biggest and best
Toys at 25c, SOc, and $1.00? Can these questions be properly
answered without a visit to the Greater Palais Royal "Dolltown"
and "Toytown?" Of course you know that you have only to pay a
small deposit in order to have any selections laid aide for future
Palais Royal Doll
town Coupon and
cents entitles bear
er to one 75c Rail
road Train engine,
car, and track. Me-
chanical it only needs to be wound up to start it going.
5 1 FALLING IN I
25c Cloth Bound Edition,
Books can lead a boy upward or pull him
down.. Alger Books have helped more boys
upward than all others ever published.
When was the price ever as little as 9c
for 25c cloth bound Alger Books? When
will it be as little again after tomorrow?
The Year's Two Greatest Days
Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day
Wives and daughters and mothers and sisters should convince the
men of the family that the Christmas Presents money preferred
should be given now. One reason the dress, suit, coat, or "furs"
for both days can be selected now with the assurance of finding the
needed style, color, and size. And $17.50 will do the duty of $25.00
The ratals Ttoval's well known
HI nnd 130 nne-pleee Dresses, of
Channelise, Velvet, Corduiov, and
SerKe. The new draped models,
some with net nnd lace collar and
cuffs; some with collar, cuffs, and
Klrc'.le c.f l'erslan Hllks: some with
rhlnestone and amber buttons. Va
rious styles In taupe, browns,
blues, and black.
Materials Include corduroy, diag
onal cloths, wire woven series,
broadcloths, whipcords, and eutt
Iiikm as used In nun's clothes,
rUlce varied from tho plainly
tailored, to the elaborately trim
med. Models for everv typo of
woman of 31 to 41 Inches.
Not one that's "loud" or vulgar
and yet many have the Trench
"Chic." Others are severely plain
but tailored by masters of their
craft. Some silk bound, some with
Alush collur nnd cuffs, some with
long revcrs fastening nt ono side.
Sizes 34 to 44. Materials Include
broadcloth. chinchilla, boucle,
Plaid bjck cloths.
$25 Furs .
30 Furs .
Tho huso neckpieces and muffs,
some with tho animals' head",
creato fur sets thut look worth
ory much more than S-5 and 130.
Hurry for the white Iceland l'ox
Sets these are to bo Included at
$17.50 per set.
Be Healthy-The Whole Family
Wives and Mothers. Daughters and Sons.
I'nldn Suns, half wool, ull sizes.
In ull stiles. 1.75 ual- ft'1 TA
Women's Swiss Illbbed I'nlon
Suits, low-neck veet, ankle- QQ
length Vnts $1.25 vahiu... JOU
Women's Union Suits, medium
weight und fleece lined; hluh and
low necks, nnklc and knee r7Qrf
lengths. J1.0U quality lUC
Union Suits, all styles, QQ
50C quality Ot7V
airls" FIcecc-llrieil and Midlum
welght Vests and i'unts;
Uojh" Shirts and Urawers; njr
all sizes 2t)C
. till Is' Illbbed Fleeced Union Suits,
long-slecvo vests, ankle OKrt
pants; ages 2 to 15 years &u
uins i-uro wnno Aledlnm-ivelcht
w,, iu,u ,, mm Aieuium-v.eicni
Union Suits, fleeced lined; 2 cn
to 15 years UUt,
murium ami new urunswIcK
Vests nnd Pants. Shirts and Plan
ers for ulrls and boys, - tiCn
to IS years tOL
Men's $1.00 "Madewell" Underwear, 89c.
N'nrfolk and New Rruniwlck
Nuturul Wool Shirts and
Drawers; $1.50 other M QC
Wool Kleced Shirts nnd Draw
ers; comforting und durable; CQn
$1 other ,lns Qe7L
Heavy-weight Illbbed Drlbrlg
gan Shirts and Drawers; 50c QQn
Klsmnrck Ilst Unshrinkable
v ool Shirts nnd Drawers;
$3 other da
A Once a Year Opportunity
The picture dealer in New York, most famous for his reproduc
tions of masterpieces and the framing of them, annually gives us
his samples at prices to create a bargain opportunity the best of the
year. It's now on Fourth Floor.
uWM-ifSfm "V' ?MiaafMssM "Hi
1 In frames up to
Inches. Values to
! In frames up to
Inches. Values to
Lot 3 In frumps up to
14;.28 Inches. Vulues to
Lot 4 In frames up to
10x34 Inches. Values to
Lot 5 In frames up to
ISx.IS inches. Vulues to