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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
AT OYSTER FEAST;
NORFOLK IS HOST
State Executives Give Up
NORFOLK, Va., Dec. f-Vlsltlng- Stat
executive! here today on a holiday from
their regular conference at Richmond,
were entertained at Virginia Beach at
an oyster roaat today as guests' of tho
city, and taken on a tour of Inspection
through the navy yard at Portsmouth
and the army reservation at Fortress
RICHMOND, Va., Dec. 4.-The thirty
State executives hero for the fifth an
nual conference of governors, left hero
today for a visit to Norfolk, abandoning
their program for meeting as originally
planned. The governors will be guests
of the city of Norfolk.
The executives will roturn to Rich
mond In time for a meeting tonight
at which session Governor Oddlc. of
Nevada, will lead discussion on uniform
marriage und divorce laws and Gov
ernor McGovern, of Wisconsin, will talk
on a state Incoino tax.
The conference plans to employ a
permanent secretary and to uilopt a
complete plan of organization. It was
understood that M. C. Riley, of Madi
son, Wis., will likely get tho post of
Old Eli's LoysA Sons
To Arrange Banquet
Arrangements for the annual banquet
of the Yale Alumni Association, to bo
held In January or February, will b
started at the annual meeting this after
noon at 4:45 o'clock In tho director'
room of the Union Trust Company.
Principal business will be election of
officers and a committee will be ap
pointed to handle the annual feast.
James Haydcn. attorney and ardent
supporter of "Old Ell." Is slated for
the position of president of the associa
tion next year. Plans also will be made
to entertain members of the Yale Uni
versity Dramatic Association, which will
give a performance of Tolstoy's "Fruits
of Culture.' 'In the Columbia Theater
JUSTICE WILL GIVE
OPINION IN PERSON
Alexandria Suit for Acquisition of Territory Will Probably
Be Decided Next Week Associated Players to
Rev. Edgnr Carpenter, II. Noel Garner,
1.. 1. Woodward, J. William May and
Walter 8. Nlcklln.
WABHINOTON TIMES DUnEAU,
ALEXANDRIA, VA., DEO. 4.
Instead of following the usual cus
tom of writing his decision and filing
It with the clerk of the court In which
the cause Is heard, Judgo Dennett T.
Gordon, of Nelson county, will come to
Alexandria county and lender his de
cision In person In tho case of Alexandria
city vs. tho counties of nFlrfax and
Alexandria, to secure additional terri
tory for tho city's expansion. This
action will be taken
on account of the Import
case as well as to give the attorneys I rPH(Uy tho court will toko' up the case
Tho December term of tho corporation
court will open next Mondity, when tho
regular grand jury for the term will
be Impaneled. Among the matters that
will be brought to the attention of tho
jury Is tho death of Patrick Hucklcy,
i ho "linv iniltle." who was killed In tho
Uraddock House three weeks ago. Other
cases to be presented aro those of Ike
Kdnpv. rei-pntlv convicted for the third
by Judge aordun i time of petty larceny; Chailes Vcney.
rt.nnrtanci- or tho for cutting Samuel Scott; George Jones,
? .1 ul ?.?..L.v , fr dli.pt .using cocaine. On next Wed-
TOWN'S ONLY BARBER
IS STOPPED BY LAW
Renting or Place in New Jersey
Does Not Save Tonsorial
an opportunity to mako such motions
as they may desire In case It la decided
to tako the case to the higher court.
It Is believed that Judge Gordon will
conclude Ills opinion some time during
this week, and will come to Alexandria
early next week, slnco hearing the ar
guments of tho attorneys three weeks
ago, he has been constantly engaged In
hearing other coses in his own district,
and has had but little time to prepare
his opinion in the annexation matter.
The Associated Players of Alexandria j
will be seen again at the operu house I
on next Wednesday night, when tlioy
will present "The Noble Outcast" for
the benellt of the l'.lks' Christmas char
ities. This organization was recently
seen In tho sumo play at the operu
houso for the benellt of tho Antl
Tuberculosis Society, when they scored
a decided success.
of the city of Alexandria against tho
Ftatc of Virginia, to have tho State :is
srHsment on the city gas plant and mu
nicipal building canceled.
DEAL, N. J Dec. 4,-Santa Clans
whiskers and Van Dyke beards will
be all the rage In Deal this winter,
although at present tho men's anger Is
directed against citizens whose action
has deprived the town of Its only barber
Arthur Mongaranello opened a shop
In Ilorough Hall. Ho did a rushing busi
ness, and tho percentage of clean-shaven
men In Deal greatly Increased. A clause
In the deeds of all Deal property owners
restrains them from ever using tlieli
properties for purposes of "trade stort
or shop "
The barber thought he had evaded this
restriction when he opened his shop In
the public hall, but Vice Chancellor
Howell has sustained the complaint ol
residents, who shuddered to see thi
sanctity of their residential town. In'
vaded by commercialism, and an In-
i unction has been granted compelling
langaranello to close up.
Miss Flora llcndley, supervising prin
cipal of the Washington schools, made
an address yesterday afternoon before
the Alexandria Teachers' Association.
The Old Folks' concert, given by the
choir of St. Paul's Church hixt night,
at the Norton Memorial building, drew
a capacity audience, which seemed to
greatly enjoy tho songs of olden days
Seminole Tribe, No. 35, Improved Or
der of Red Men, gave their third an
nual banquet last night at Rammol's
Hotel. The table was elaborately
decorated, and more than fifty Red
Men were present. Tho tonstmaster
was R. C. Sullivan, post sachem, and
tho speakers of the evening were the
MEANS MANY THINGS. DAILY USE UNDER ALL
SORTS OFCOND1TIONS HAS DEMONSTRATED THAT
COME CLOSEST TO THE MAXIMUM OF SATISFACTION
Um than for jrur plaasor or comnnrrial car
THE ELECTRIC STQRAGE BATTERY CO.
GKXKItAI, OPFICK AND WOItKS.
AUmhtnr Ave. and 10th Street,
i:. i itnvNoi.n, Mar., .
Penna. Males. 1'klladplnhla, Pa.
Look for the Elk Mead
Made in the most modern and sanitary
creameries in the world, and supplied to you
fresh and sweet.
Flk Rrove Rutter
Is the One Best Butter for Your Table
HONEST quality that is the whole secret of the phenomenal demand for Elk Grove Butter. It
has been tested from every viewpoint under the severest conditions and has shown unques
tionable superiority. Thousands of housewives use Elk Grove Butter at their tables. They
appreciate its worth. Elk Grove Butter is made inthe most modern and most sanitary creameries in
the world. It is the product of the purest and choicest cream. It comes to you fresh every day.
Elk Grove Butter
Is Put in Air-Tight
The Butter is first wrapped in parchment,
then put in the carton, which is wrapped, then
sealed at both ends. This protects the Butter
from contamination, keeps it rich and nice.
of Elk Grove
Should Have One
M. Art Portfolios
Save 1 0 One-Pound Cartons or 20 Half-Pound Cartons
6 Beautiful Pictures Reproduced from Original Paintings in a Beautiful Portfolio
This is the most beautiful collection of pictures ever shown in a portfolio. They are exact re
productions of oil paintings. In the various studies all the subtle colorings of scenes are retained.
The work is skillful, refined and soft in color.
The coupons are to be found in Elk Grove cartons. Look for them. Coupons will be redeem
ed at this establishment only.
Sole District of Columbia Agents
922-928 La. Avenue
GOLDEN 8t CO.
Wm for Thursday,
Hamburg Steak, lb.,
Round Steak, lb.,
Sirloin Steak, lb.,
Boston Steak, lb.,
Green Sausage Linki
Fresh Hams, small, lb.
Country Style Sausagt
Holly Brand Sausage
Pickled Pig Tails, lb.
.Tew Sauer Kraut, qt
Jew Norway Mackere
Potomac Herring, doz
irookfleld Fresh Elgi
Creamery Butter, lb.,
Selected Eggs, doz.,
iilra nrlrrtril and uraili
r nrla-ht anil lrl In arali
rtuns, each rus; irnarantre,
Sharp Cheese, lb,,
M Dutch Market, Inc
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Till Que Nts. N. W.
till II St. .V K.
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:i420 Grnrsla .r. JV. IV.
lUflS 14th St. N. W.
7tb A II Sts. ST. li
17TM U .St. K. W.
3113 14th 8t. N. W.
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sped allot. Dr.
Samuel. Office In
llrst floor balcony.
Hours, 9:30 to 6:9).
hours o to ft
on Jewelry, Sil
In sold on leather
goods, U I b I e s,
prayer books, etc.
pre Ken ted utile
pnlltn and prompt
The Price to be
One to Each Purchaser
Experience teaches about a month since 250 of these petti
coats were distributed in less than one day, many late-in-the-day
visitors being disappointed. Thus the rule for tomorrow not
more than one to each purchaser.
There'll be a few Charmeuse Skirts others of sateen,
Italian cloth, and moreen. Those with glove-fitting jersey tops
are worth four times 88c. Choice of black, tan, gray, emerald,
rose, brown, navy, and cadet.
Pony, $65 to $135.
Coney, $40 to
Seal, $89 to $275.
To match coats,
$10 to $35.
Adults' FUR SETS
$10.00 to $150.00 for the Furrier Shop's
$15.00 to $200.00 Sets. Choice of the fol
lowing Guaranteed Furs: Ermine, Pointed
Fox, Isabella, Marten, Natural Wolf, Blue
Wolf, Pategonian Fox, Black Fox, Mink, Red
Fox, Raccoon, Seal, and Mole.
Senior Girls' Seta
Save 20 per cent now and secure choice
of the latest-moment styles only just but of
the hands of the furriers.
White Thibet Sets $8.98
Jceland Fox Sets $10.00
Blue Coney Sets $10.98
Gray Moufflon Sets $15.98
Natural Opossum Sets $15.00
Red Fox Sets $19.98
Brown Coney Sets $5.00
Brown Bear Sets $5.98
Krimmer Sets $10.98
Stone Marten Sets $15.98
Children's Fur Sets
Pay 20 per cent less or get 20 per cent
better quality for your dollars now than
later. White Lamb Sets at $2.00; White
Coney Thibet and Imitation Ermine Sets at
$.1.00; Moufflon Sets at $3.98; Iceland Fo
Sets at $3.98; Baby Lamb and Angora Sets
1 JL " k I
A dollar saved tomorrow $4 I
for better than usual $5 House
Coats, with frog fastenings,
edges and pockets with cord pip
ing. Bath Robes
with Slippers to Match.
$3.50 & $5.00
Worth $4.50 and $6.00.
Many hundreds of Bath and
Lounging Robes are here at va
rious prices from $2.95 to $25.00.
Tomorrow's Bargain Spots Bath
Robes, with slippers to match
will disappear before the store
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In Holly Boxand only 50c
Lace trimmed and hand-cmbroidcrcd Robespierre Collars with jabot of fine
Genuine bargains not to be duolicated at less than twice 50c.
Marabou Capes, $2.98 Muffs, $4.98
Contracted for months since before marabou was thought of as "it" these
Capes and Muffs cannot be duplicated at a dollar and more than the prices asked.
Choice of black and natural marabou. Exhibition and sale in Neckwear Depart
ment, near G street door.
Ostrich Neck Ruf ft. $3.98
Another "scoop" for the Greater Palais Royal these Ruffs cannot be match
ed today in New York or elsewhere at less than $5.00. Here in white, black,
brown, blue, and combination colors.
Hats Reduced to $1, Coats to $5
Ha " 'W
For girls of all ages from 13 and up to 20 years
Invalid Dolls Reduced to 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c
In Hospital on Second Floor Dolls that were five times these prices.
The Palais Royal