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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1912.
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Musical Stunts Will Aid in
Making Coming "Ladies'
five hundred and fifty tickets have
be-In told for the annual Thanksgiving
festival to be held by Washington
Iodge. No. IS, B. P. O. Elk, thlt even
Ing. The affair will be In the form of a
beefiteak dinner to the women frlenda
of the memberi. and will be knows as
the "Ladles' Social Besslon." An-elaborate
nrosram haa been arranged which'
will laat until 11 o'clock, after which
danclntr will he In nrder. Muslo Will' be
furnished by memberi of' the 'Marine'
Band. Congressmen Ben Jonnson.and
Augustus L. Stanley, of Kentucky, will
be among the guests. ' '
Entertainment will Include muslcas
tunts by different 'members, Including
the famous Elks quartet1 and numbers
of the Elki chorus. Charles E. Myers
aatf J. J. German, -committee' on muslo
baa a number of surprises to spAng
during the evening. Tho line of novel
ties which will ;be Introduced by "Wil
liam Palro,'-Charles Hurray, , and Wal
lace Morris; committee in charge of,
these features, will be unusually at'
tractive and' will Include sending 'US' of
dosens of, balloons and showering of
confetti over the guests.
Souvenirs, for. OutsU,
Handsome souvenirs In the form of
large white aprons and "steins" ' with
appropriate 'Inscriptions will be present
ed to the women as they enter the club
rooms. Just what the program wiU'be
cannot be given, out 'In advance.
Harry Hull Is chairman of the general
committee, Harry B. Howe treasurer,
and Leon Strauss, 'secretary. The, com
mittee of stewards, which will have
charge of' the' banquet, Includes O. W.
Braller, chairman; F. 1. Mershelmcr,
W. A. Hettinger" and Louis Hodges.
The committee on liquid refreshments
Includes August Brill, chairman; Hugh
F. Harvey, W..J. ; Tharn and J. .M.
Becker. Charles J. Columbus Is chair
man of the committee on publicity and
James L. Ward, chairman, with W. b;
Dawson and C.'E. Bright constitute the
committee on printing.
The service coram' ttee Is headed by
James A. Farrell, with the following as
sistants: A. H. Huber, A. V. Olrard,
E. Van Fleet, Fred Kreamer, A. DJkxIs,
W. Haslett, R. A. Collins, D. Fowler,
J. Porry, W. Morrison, a. C. Pumphrcy,
W. Madlgan, W. J. Bacon. R. Johnson,
J. Richards. A. A. Hollander, 8. Hogan,
A. Buchman, C. F. Herrmann, F. A.
Herrmann, V. Oilman, D. J. Sullivan,
J. J. Allen, 11. Lewis, W. A. Carson,
L. F. Zwlssler. P. Ladner, J. Burn
stein. T. F. Kelcher. J. Carpenter. J,
M. Becker, Jr.. P. J. Coffee. F. A. Tra-1
ney, js. ttumpnrey, r. uosteiio, is. -.a-ami,
L. Hartlr. jr., J. Keefe, E. Moffctt,
S. Richards, M. Roth, T. Bresnaha.v
K. ShaeKer, J. Meehan, F. Potts. W.
Brown, a. Ripley. G. W. Forsbsrg, II.
B.' Ooodrell. T. o. May. Harry -Miller.
W. H. Ourand, T. M. Payfalr, Norman
Prultt, Daniel Bhehan, E. D. Johnfcon,
Louis Ostermsyer, 'II. M. Packard, Mux
Hlrsch, Leo Loeb, and W. S, Shelby.
TOTAL FOR HARBORS
$40,000,000 IN BILL
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ROCK CREEK CIRCLE
West End Citizens Will
Work for Crosstown
Reduction of telephone rates, consid
eration of water charges In the District,
extension of (ha tiutrn llhlln jvatm
I to the Rock Creek bridge, crosstown car
lines,. extension of the route of the In-,,
augural parade to Rock Creek circle,'
and authorisation of the President to .
meet wlttupresldents of other cltttens',
L associations to. consider matters of mo
ment1 to res'dents of tho District, were
Measure Will Be Taken Up by
, House Committee
-1..&1 ' Tomorrow.
Members of the House Committee on
Rivers' and Harbors will meet tomorrow
to take a preliminary Inspection of
the "pork barrel," the rivers and har
The committee will discuss informally
the estimates for the bill, which total
about Stt.00O,00O. It la believed that the
rivers and barhora bill, when reported
to the House, will provide for appro
priations of WO.000.000 to SSO.000,000, and
every member of the Senate and House
Is expecting to take at least one dip
into the "barrel."
Chairman Sparkman arrived In Wash
ington last night, and called a meeting
of tho committee, which has In charge
one of the most eagerly awaited of all
the annual budgets.
To Entertain Blind.
Mrs. P. P. Claxton will entertain the
blind this afternoon In the Library of
Congress with a reading, "The Story of
Holland." On Friday evening Miss G.
Reuter will sing and Mlsa Isabella
Prtmm wll play the piano.
H COtUtlAUCJANOHSTS. -
F)R reference as to the
efficiency of the service
we render, wo direct
your attention to the
thousands of people In
Washington and the Dis
trict of Columbia who reg
ularly deposit their funds
with this Company.
SavlnB" accounts from
11.00 upwards are cordially
Invited and 3 compound
Interest paid on balances
of IS.OO and upwards.
CAPITAL & SURPLUS
among. the matter taken up at the first
regular meeting of the West End Citi
zens" Association In Kidder's Hall,' f
Twentieth street, last nigh.'
A number of matters for consideration
by .the association wen announced and
these wlll.be referred to the proper com
mittees as soon as they are appointed.
President George. W. Evans announced
that this being the first regular meet
ing, and there being as yet no regular
list of members, he had delayed ap.
pointing committees, but, would do so
before the next meeting. ,.
A committee composed,' of George W,
Evans. Hugh Harvey." F. JwMulhall, H.
R. Webb and M. Elseman were appoint
ed a committee of Ave to take up with
the Inaugural parade , committee the
Question of continuing the' parade be
yond Seventeenth street to Rock Creek
C Cltttens living In the "West End"
were urged to keep their placet of busi
ness lighted until 10 o'clock.
Officers of the new association, which
Includes all the section of the District
south of N street snd west of Sixteenth
street, are ss follows: President, Capt
George W. Evans: 'first vice president,
Judge H. Randall Webb; second vice
president, Hugh F. Harvey; third vice
president, Dr. II. M, Dixon; secretary,
Adam J. Dlckhaut; treasurer, Morris
Snelling and Ryan in Trou
ble Because of Indorse
ment of Candidates.
Charges against MUton J.- Snelling,
president of the Central Labor Union,
and Patrlek J. Ryan, delegate to the
convention of the American Federation
of Labor at'Rochester, will probably bo
preferred next Monday night at a meet
ing of the union, according to official
of the union horn, nn account of their
action In Indorsing certain candidates
uuiuif me recent political campaign.
Just what action will be taken can
not be given out now, it Is said,, as
these matters are usually discussed be
hind closed. doors.' That there Is some
dissatisfaction over, the action of.Snel
Hng' and 'Hyan. however, Is well known
and the discussion Is scheduled) to, be
brought up at the next meeting.
Snelling. James A. Short, president of
the building trades department of tho
federation, and William J. Spencer, sec
retary of the organisation, are expect
ed to arrive home the latter part of
this week, after completing their work
at the convention of the Building Trades
Union In Rochester. Frank Morrison,
secretary of the American Federation
of Labor, Is expected to arrive tomor
row, the big convention being over. Mr.
Oompers, who Is reported III, may not
reach Washington for some time, it It
Michigan Turns Down ,
Suffrage ior Women
DETROIT, Mich., Nov. 31-Defeat of
the woman suflrage amendment in
Michigan was Indicated-today on the
faco of-official returns from eighty of
the eighty-three-counties of the Slate,
and unofficial figures from the remain
ing three counties.
The adverse maporlty Is apparently
23. Leaders of the movement wero pre-
faring today to demand a recount. of
he votes chsrgtng fraud In several
Gas, Sourness and
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comes in contact with the.
Stomach all distress is gone.
"Really does" put bad stomachs In or
der "really does" overcome Indigestion,
dyspepsia, gas, heartburn, and sourness
In five minutes that Just that makes
Pape'a Diapepsin tho largest telling
stomach regulator In the world. It
what you eat ferments Into stubborn
lumps, you belch. gas and eructate sour,
undigested food and acid; head Is dlssy
and achet; breath foul; tongue coated;
your Insldes filled with bile and Indl-
Eestlble waste, remember the moment
llaivttnsln mmM In contact With tho
stomach alt such distress vanishes. It's
truly astonlshlng-almost marvelous,
and the Joy Is Its harmlessness.
A large fifty-cent case of Pane's Dia
pepsin will give you a hundred dollars'
worth of satisfaction or your druggist
bands, you your money back. ,
It's worth Its weight In gold to men
and women who can't get their stom
achs 'regulated. It belongs In your
home ehould always be kept handy n
case of a sick, sour, upset stomach dur
ing the day or at night. It's the quick
est, surest, and most harmless stomach
doctor In the world.
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OUR PRICES OFFER UNUSUAL SAVINGS
Hera is everything to make the Thanksgiving dinner the enjoyable occasion yotj anticipate. The quality of oar goods is unquestionable; their fresh
aest is certain; our service is unexcelled. Buy early for the choicest and to assure promptest delivery.
Celery, 5c a Bunch
Sweet, Tender Young Shoots, Fresh,
Rich Flavor, and You Couldn't Pos
sibly buy such elsewhere at this price.
Celery, 5c a Bunch
A tempting tasty
special just for
weight of cakes is 2 pounds.
NOT per lb.
Tips . . .
Just in from sunny
see tips not quite so
good selling elsewhere for 25c to 30c
These, too, are
lw n would nav
15c for them. Fine for the children, j
Per lb. Pkg.
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Ripe Pineapple lw
If you have ever
1 tasted this lusdous
brand you'll grasp this opportunity to
lay in your winter supply. "Fancy"
grocers ask 30c to 35c for it
' le h, pure.
it is. too.
Perfection Brand, lb 10c
Johnson's Brand, lb.... 7 Vac
Mince Meat ?
sss M ai psar For Thanksgiving you would not con
sider any eggs but strictly high-grade
O lf ones, even for your baking; and that is
just the kind we offer.
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Just the same as they make them
m Meme England.
50c size 30c size
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3 Loaves ,1 1c
Large size, retailing elsewhere
at 25c and 30c per
dozen. Special here,
The superior quality will ap
peal to you. Worth AA
30c per lb. Special III1
here, per lb WVl
Every one knows
this brand. Special
low price, per gallon.
The difference is in the fresh
ness and in the fla
vor. 30c value. Spe
cial here, per lb. ... ,
A very good Cali
fornia Peach in syrup.
Park Hill Brand, per
and better, 3
Our famous No. 30
Large and Luscious
Tree From Stones
No. 1 POTATOES, pk 20c
Sweet Potatoes, 'peck . .. .25c
Onions, per peck 20c
Grapefruit, 4 for 25c
Apples, per peck 29c
Canned Tomatoes, 3 for 25c
Blue Ridge Corn, 3 for 25c
Paris Sweet Corn, 2 for 25c
Trusty Stringless Beans 10c
Blue Ridge Stringless Beans 9c
High-ferade Beets 10c
Red Clover Beets, can 15c
New Crop Figs.
Layer Figs, small, lb 15c
Layer Figs, large, lb 20c
California Package Figs, choice
quality, per pkg 10c
California Fancy Figs, in car
tons, carton 12c
Citron, lb -.20c
Dates, pkg 10c
Malaga Cluster Raisins, 3oc value,
per pkg 20c
California London Layer Raisins,
20c value, lb 12Vac
Fancy Canned Peas.
Red Clover, extra fine, small
cans , 12Vac
Red Clover, extra fine, No. 2. . . .20c
Red Clover, Early Summer Sweet,
No. 2 cans 15c
A-l (small sifted), can .18c
Extra Sifted 15c
Early Sweets 12 Vic
Campbell's Soups, all varieties,
3 for ..25e
Van Camp's Soups, Tomato,
Chicken, Vegetable, special of
fer, 2 cans for 15c
Aunt Jemima's Pancake 9c
Aunt Jemima's Buckwheat 9c
Hecker's Buckwheat 9c
Washington Crisps, 3 for .25c
Quaker Oats, pkg 9c
Puffed Rice '....14c
Puffed Wheat 9c
Pure Buckwheat, lb....:. 4c
Oatmeal, per lb 4c
Extra Fine Rice, lb 10c
Fancy Rice, lb m 8c
LENOX SOAP, 8 cakes for 25c
Ben Hur Pure White Soap, 3
Sanitary Butter, lb 38c
Sanitary Selected Eggs, doz 30c
Pure Lard, lb 15c
Flakewhite Compound, lb lie
Crisco, 25c size 23c
Crisco, 50c size .45c
Crisco, 1.00 size 88c
Snowdrift, 3oc pkg 25c
Cottolene, 30c size 27c
'Cottolene, 6oc size 54c
Wesson's Oil 30c
C. C. Pride Oleo , 25c
Vita Olive Oil, pint 35c
Vita Olive Oil, quart ...63c
Pompeian Oil, bottle.! 13c
Pure Vinegar, bottle '..10c
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