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TITHES WASHINGTON. TBOSSJ SUNDAY-
)AY, 'DECEMBER'!; 1912. v
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RAILROAD IH TO
PLANS AT MEETING
Representatives of Eight
Eastern Trunk Lines to
BUFFALO, N. Y., Dee. ft-A Joint
meeting of the safety organisations of
,elfht lux Eastern trunk lines will bo
fluid here Tuesday. The railroads rep
resented will be the New York Centre),
Michigan Central, Lake Shore, Pennsyl
vania,' Lehigh Valley, Wabash, Toronto,
, Hamilton and Buffalo, and the Lacka
wanna. It U expected that more than
S.OM railroad men will be present.
.C. R Bchaff, of New York, safety
agent of 'the New Tork Central, and a
B. Floyd, of Chicago, safsty .agent of
The Lake Bhore, have been In Buffalo
making plans for the coming meeting.
Tbey announced that invitations have
been extended to the presidents of prac
tically every railroad In the united
States and It Is believed many will at
tnd. Addresses will be mad by P.E.
Crowley, general manager of the New
Tork. Central; T. E. Clark, assistant to
the president of the Lackawanna: C.
I Bardo, assistant to the general man
ager of the Lehigh Valleys D. R. Mao
Batn, superintendent of motive power of
the Lake Shore, and George Bradshaw.
general safety agent of the New York
Central Unes, who will speak on wrecks
caused by negligence. Mr. BradshaWs
address will be Illustrated with stere
optlcon slides. ;
BUCK HAND ASKS
Missouri Pacific Official Threaten'
" ed With Harm Unless
1 He Complies.
BIG CHURCH MASS ,
MEETING IS HELD
Senator kenyon, Author of Anti-"Red Light" ' Bill;'' Pre
sides and Speaks West Washington Churches Hold
, Roll Call Mtietin g This Afternoon,
tmSBURO. Kan.. Dec - "Black
Haftd" letter has been received by Bev
erly J, Fields, chief Inspector for the
Mfabourl Pacific railroad at this point,
threatening him with harm If he does
not' discharge two employes, one of
whtra is oJnn Fultz. who has also re
ceived a letter threatening his life.
Another employe of the Missouri Pa
cific haa deceived one of these letters
evidently written by the person who
penned the others.
According .to Information which has
reached the police, threats of harm were
sue -against Miss Gertrude Welds, an
esapleyo In the .Bell telephone office.
Business High Alumni
Hold Enjoyable Dance
A dance was given by the Alumni
Association of the Business High
Sflhool at the Raleigh Hot el., last
night, and a large crowd attended.
The dance committee was composed
oi Hubbert R. Qulnter, chairman;
James C. Dulln, Charles 8. Miller, Er
nest 8. Johnson. Robert C. Tracy, John
At Baits, Elisabeth Ferguson, Orvllle
B. Brown, Charlos N. Fisher, Bolltha
J.. Laws, E. Lester Stealer, and T. Ellis
The chsperonea of the occasion were
Mrs. Henry Clay Merrill, Mrs. Charles
Harris, and Mrs. Ralph 8. Qulnter.
The patronesses were Mrs. Cuno H
Rudolph, Mrs. Henry L. West. Mrs. El
len Spencer Musscy, Mrs. Q. Bowie
Chlpman, Mrs. F. Oraham Butler. Mrs.
AShley M. Gould. Mrs. Daniel W. Ba
ker, and Mrs. Wudo Hampton Ellis.
Accuses Suitor in
Her Suit for $10,000
PITTSBURGH, Dec. . William A.
Hall, of Turtle Creek, Is the defendant
In a 110.000 breach of promise case. 'en
tered by Miss Blanche M. Lynn, of
Martlnsburg, W. Va who alleged she
had consented to marry the defendant,
but later was cast aside for another
She alleges they became engaged on
Thanksgiving Day, 1010, and were to
have been married on Christmas. She
claims the defendant failed to show ud
and that she learned, he vaa paying at-
ivuuuu tu auutiicr yuuiik wuumii. wuuiu
BO married on November 8, tnis year.
The defendant Is under 1300 ball.
A mass meeting Is being held this
atternoeji at o'clock In the First Con
gregational Church for the purpose of
rouging enthusiasm In regard to the
Mil offend by Senator W. S. Kenyon
which Provides for the abolishment ot
the -Red Light" district of Washing
ton. Senator Kenyon, offered the bill
In the Sixty-second Congress, where It
was read twice and then referred to the
Committee on the District ot Columbia.
With the backing of every clergyman
In the city, Senator Kenyon Js of the
opinion that the .measure ca be adopted
If the people of Washington will act.
The mass meeting this afternoon la for
the purpose of securing this action.
Menator Kenyon'a bill provides for an
injunction aganst the maintaining of
disorderly houses In the District, and
makea the punishment so heavy that the
houses would. If the bill was adopted,
be forced to disappear. Under the pro
visions of the measure, If enforced, no
houaa of til repute could be possible.
Senator Kenyon was Instrumental In
aactlsg such a law In Iowa, which,
he states, haa cleaed the house of HI
repute out of that Btate. The success
of the measure there has cdnvlnoed
him that such a law would be of the
utmost benefit In the District ot Co
lumbia and caused him to offer the bill
At the raeetln gthls afternoon Senator
Kenyon presides nd was to speak.
Other speakers were to be the Rev.
Donald C. McLeod, of the First Preaby
terlan Church; H. M. Prlngle, who Is
identified -with the civic reform move
ment which haa spread all over tho
United States, and other ministers and
A special meeting of the members of
the West Washington Church Is being
held this afternoon for a .roll call or
members. Every member of the church
was asked to be present and It waa ex
pected that nearly tlMr whole member
ship would answer tnroll call 'Tim
Rev. W. F. Watson,' of Alexandria, was
to preach the sermon.
Beaet t For Hale Memorial.
A benefit for the Edward Everett
Hale Memorial Church will be held to
morrow night at the New Wlllard, at
which Mme. Dorothy Johnstone Basetcr
will give a number of selections on the
harp. A monologue, written by Mrs.
Burleson, wife of the Cangressman from
Texas, will be delivered by Miss Jean
Wilson. Other musical numbers will bo
It Is expected that President Taft
will attend the entertainment. Others
who have taken boxes are Mrs. Ernest
Roberts, Mrs. Charles B. Wood, Mrs.
Kent, Mrs. Thomas M. Date, Mrs. Whit
man Cross. Mrs. R. 8. Woodward. The
patrons for tho memorial are: the Count
and Countess von BcrnHtorff, Secretary
and Mrs. Knox. Mrs. Wlckersham, Mrs.
Charles J. Hell, colonel ana airs.
Blount, Mrs. Edson Bradley, (Senator
Burton, Mrs. C. Ii.. Butler, Mrs. Murray
Crane, Mrs. Whitman Cross, Mrs. Joha
Jov Edson. Dr. James Flint, Mrs. D. U.
Fletcher. Mrs. Thomas M. Dele, Mrs.
M. 8. Oerrv. Mrs. M. C. Hanna. Mrs.
Justice Hughes. Mrs. William A. Ham
mond, Mrs. Cabot Lodge, Mrs. George!
A. Ioua. Mrs. james Meatman, jars, ai.
McCormlck, Hon. Carroll D. Page, the
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. U. O. B. Pierce, Mrs.
Myron Parker, Mrs. Ernest Parker,
Professor and Mrs. Spanhoff. Mrs.
Charles Spalding. Mrs. Charles B.
Wood, General Woodhutl and Miss
Christian Science; Lecture.
A lecture on Christian Science Is to
be delivered this afternoon at :J0
o'clock In the Columbia Theater, by,
William It. nainyon, u. a. u., memoer
of the board of lectureship of the First
Church of Christ scientist. Ih Boston.
The public Is Invltod.
Next Sunday will be "Peaco Sunday,'.'
selected by thu International Peace
Bureau. Mrs. ueivn uockwooo, Drancn
secretary ot the Peace Union and at
torney general of the Woman's Re
public, haa made arrangements where
by every minister In the city will bo
asked to deliver a sermon In the In
terests of peace. ....
Tne Rev. vtsjik Dowasi win aeuver a
Coes on Record Against'
About One-third of Recom-
mendatfons Urged! "
sermon tonight in the New Church, Six
teenth and Corcoran streets, on the sub
ject, "Man's Origin and Primitive Con
dl(lon." The sermon Is one of a series
of five In which Dr. Sewall answers five
"large" questions to regard, to the life
The golden jubilee of Calvary Baptist
Church, which began last Sunday, end
ed today with a sermon by the Rev.
Samuel H. Greene, the pastor. The
Jubilee was held to commemorate the
sixtieth anniversary of the church, and
the thirty-third year ot the pastorate of
Senator Clapp Aims Bill
At Campaign Funds
Tlie first fruits of the hearing on
campaign contributions by the Clapp
committee of tho Senate are beginning
to be offered. Senator Clapp has Intro
duced In the Senate a bill aimed, as he
explained In a brief statement on the
floor, at the evil of gathering up large
campaign funds In the big centers and
sending those funds to distant States
o reenters to be used to Influence Presi
dential or Congressional elections.
General Stand's WW
Orders Body Cremated
Directions that his body be cremated
ami th ashes burled In the Arlington
National Cemetery are contained In the
will or Ma j. uen. juuus Btanei. dated
October 12. M2. which was tiled !n
Probate Court yesterday. After bequests
amounting to 114,000 aro made, the will
Drovldes that the remaining estate shall
go to Simon Wolf, Myer Cohen and
Claudlne !. Hammel. Arthur Gotthold,
of New York, and Myer Cohen, of
Washington, are named us executors,
PLAN. ANOTHER NEW
Structure to Goat Quarter of a Mil-1
lion bollars Pro1- ''
i The Federation of CltlsW Associa
tions last night went on record as be
ing opposed to about one-third, of the
reforms advocated In the George taxa
tion and 'assessment report. A com
mlttee from the association, which haa
been Investigating the matter for sev
eral months, made Its report last night,
and the discussion which followed kept
the federation In session , until nearly
Here la the way the federation went
on record on the George committee's
1: It opposes the recommendation that
rail satmta he assessed at Its full valu
ation, and that land value maps and.
assessment sheets be published.
2. It opposes the recommendation that
there be a fixed Ux rate of ltt per
cent, the federation preferring to leave
tha 'rate to be fixed annually by the
requirements ot-the budget.
Jaws Record of Leases.
3. It upheld the recommendation that
a record of all Important leases be
kept by the assessor to aid In, deter
mining property values. The com-,
mlttee from the federation had reported
adversely on this plan.
4. It appealed the Plan for recording
full values of real estate, this notion
not being contrary to the federations'
opposition to taxing at full valuation
The committee. from .tho federation had
disapproved this feature.
E. it opposed the recommendation to
restore to the Commissioners the power
to remove the assessor or his assistants
6. It opposed the recommendation that
the duty of making bills be transferred
fro mthe assessor's office to the office
ot the collector.
Upholds Other Recommendations.
7. It upheld tho recommendation that
tho assessor exercise his full Dower In
adducing testimony relative to real es
tate values under oath; that, a sys
tematic method of equalising land 'Val
ues bo established; that tables Of build
ing factors and deteriorations be estab
lished to determine tho value of Im
provements, and that certain reforms in
manging tot and square numbers be
miuc. Minor amendments were si
seated In several of these cases.
In !t, the federation went on record
as opposed to two of the eight admin.
tstratlvo recommendations and three of
the Inn leglslatlxe recommendations of
i no ucorge report, ,
Although the nsw'quaWefs have been
occupied-otty. for a little over's' weekj
tha members of the Young Women's
Christian' Association already are pkttf-
nine the building of a 0,000 home for
the aseootatlen on property--recently
purchased. at the southeast comer of
Thirteenth and' I streets.
Plans for .the building were discussed
at a meetlns last nlsht In the borne ot
John sj. Scully, one. of the trustees, of
ne institution, in tne recent campaign
for funds with which to purchase a
home for the T. W. C. A.. flM,no was
raised with which the lot for the build
Ing waa purchased. .
A pageant- In costume, theme, and
song will be held In Odd Fellows Hall
tomorrow night' Illustrating the work
done by the T. W. C. A. In foreign
lands. The "book" of the pageant was
written by the class of Hit of tha New
Tork training school for secretaries,
of which Miss Jessie I Marrlner, oi
Washington, now v. extension .secretary
tor ine local
1 organisation, la a member.
TIGHT OVER WOMAN
Virginia Rival Meot - and - 6n
Is Killed by the
CAPBCHARXB,',Vs,;iDc. a-In aJ
ngnt over a woman, asaue n-
was shot and killed. by CUas Wise near
Makemle Park late last night The ball
entered the man's abdomen and he died
shortlty .after tho shooting. Wise waa
shot through the shoulder while trying
to escape.' The men quarreled over
woman who had deserted Teagle-atid
had Decease Infatuated with Wise. The
men met on a road last night and began
nnng at eaca.otner.' ,
"As You Like It" to Be .
. vStagedby, Students
. -'i ,i s-iy .
Presentation of a.seene-from ''As You,
like it" will b the feature or the first
regular meeting of the Dramatic Club
f th aMtm ttih i School next I
Wednesday afternoon. December It at
l:av in tne assemoiy room ox iw.
school. Among those .who will take
part are Miss Horrich' and Messrs.
Bee, Retly.-ae., WIMasaev There wM PfeggP'AiafafaafafKnatfl Mmi
also be talks on the play, aajTespe- JafM FtBgntsUaSflR
Ises. naa-wntttiBs eerativ
er wuiTTItars ANTI
I POWDlSa has a e.oal a
- Antiseptic Powder
sss been ased fey physldaae tor t
last tl rears. Prevents taftetlen
seats dlaiaai ii- tissues. Mean aiot
dslleau uisiabraas passacss. Un
equalled as a aooebs. IXssoIvm
Instantly la water. BVesnl paeka
makes 1 vsllona staadard seistloa
Used by 'esrslclsas for tl rears
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Notice Special Offer Notice Special Offer
H-K. GOLD-fllled, 20-year guar
anteed Spectacles, titled with best
quality lenses; regular
$3.50 value. Our special 0t AA
offer for 9J.UU
SOLID GOLD Springs Finger
Piece Eyeglasses, fitted with best
quality lenses; a 55 val
ue. Our special offer.
14-K. GOLD-fllled Eyeglass Chains, f 1 valee.
WE MAKE NO CHAHGE FOR TESTING YOUR EYKft, AND OUR
SERVICE IS EXCELLENT.' WE ALSO MAKE A SPECIALTY K CIIIL.
DREN'S EyES, AND FIT ARTIFICIAL EYES. THE ABOVE OFFERS
ARE THE BEST IN THE CITY. COMB AND BE CONVINCED.
MACEY'S SCIENTIFIC OPTICIANS
902-904 G Street N. W.
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jn hornet of refinement. Tley do juatice to tha good taste
of the giver, as nothing else can. "'
. . Special Dining-room Set, $68
Sideboard, china closet, slsfoet extension , taele, foot side
chairs, one arm chair. .,
Brass and Copper Articles. $2.50 to $20
I r: Hand-hammered aervlns; travs, channa dishes, desk sets.
" iimbreHa stands, smoktps; sets, etc.
Electric Lamps, $3.95 to $12
Featurlnr ihe artlsllO'lamps with copper and wood bases
.and willow shades. Others have all' brass' or copfeer base arid
vart class shades. ,' ,
J; i, .Psketware, 75c to $7 ,.,
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hV bak.ets,,iraya,i"bamers.iand wood baskets. - '
Reclining Chairs, $25.50 to $42
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Nest of Tables, $12
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What Gifts to Buy and
Where to Buy to Advantage
are problems solvedby this concise directory of merchants'
Here are' appropriate gifts for all ages and sexes. You
' have probably laid aside a certain sum for gifts this season.
See if you cannot make up the list' while this section is be-
iore you. ii win save worry auu iuu ui tunc in luuKing
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IWA, mm mt Mi Jsm ,
' Day 4f Days" at Stories
Listed Below for
The following stores in different sections of the city have joined" hr a movement td-make Monday the
banner day in their career for value-giving. i
Read every line that follows and bear in mind The' Washington Times publishes similar announce?
ments of bargains' EVERY Sunday evening and they are valuable reading for the thrifty shopper.
SPECIAL AU THIS WEEK
All Americaa Watches Repaird
Regardless tf 4 f
of Condition 4 I vU
Guaranteed for One Year
All kinds of Jewelry repaired and
reiHodeled Into latest designs. Wed
dins rings made to order at short
notice. Lowest possible prices.
Watches, Diamonds & Jewelry
804 E Street N. W.
I sell the beau
at halt tha price
asked for the same
, trade plaao by
. Bio me and sate
JOStTH HALL CHASE PIANO CO.
1307 G Street N. W.
From Old Carpeta
THE WASHINGTON RUG WEAVING CO.
931 5th St. N. W.
Tou got beautiful Rugs made out
of your old carpets.
Bend" postal or phoner Main 4629,
and we'll call and gct.yur carpets.
Cleanest Place In Town
Jewelry 'Always Makes
The Best Gifts
Choose what you wish from our
Immense assortment to the value of
Pi, and It can be paid for
50c a Week
Larger nif unts in proportion.
935 Pa. Ave. N. W.
Wasoinjtw Farmtore Co. 1510-12 7tk St N. W.
' Storing a Specialty Phona North 2270
OH Finkare Takei Exduige f Miriu aid Packing
WE are now ready
to supply you with
: : a choice line of
i: Kodaks, Premo, Hawk-Eye
and Century Cameras
" SS ff.
Don't forget to buy a Kodak to
take a Dicture of your Xmaa tree.
Post Cards and Booklets. Post Carda
T ror coloring m great variety, Of-
W. J. KROUSE
908 G Street N. W.
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Why You Should Buy
At Janes' Confectionery
Because wo aro manufacturers and can sell
cheaper than anyone else.
rtecauso they aro fresh, in holesomo, and puro.
Because our tOc candles uro us good us any
60c candy and better than many.
OUR POPULAR SPECIALS
Original Seneca Cara- Home-Made Chocolate,
mels, 30c lb. 30c and 40c lb.
N. B. Wo make special rates on candies to churches, schools, and
Sunday Schools for Xmas cntertalnriients. .
514 Ninth Street
A Set of SlipXovers
Cover Set . .
Allowing 20 .yds.
nroof llelelfim da
expert labor and lilntilnir. Orders
given now (delivered before, Xmas.
Call, Write, or Phone,.
Reliable Upholstering Co.
Itoom 212,' Bank of Commerce and 1
Phone Main 4541. Seventh and K
Tir km tha larcreat and best cnuiuned lee cream narlor In town Our
Ice .cream and hot chocolate aro unsurpassed. I "Our Work Is the neat,"
1 I'll! 1 . . U U I tHII lill-ill'l .t.H;I lllitHI IU 1 1 ijl-ll-l M-l-l-l Mil I ll'M 1 1 ll-lj-1-H-r-
i IMPORTANT TO SHOPPERS j
! Shavlnr Glass (one Inch mar- ;
; nlfying) - ..Too ;
t ShavInK Mub; 30 ;
: Shaylngr. Brvsh ... ,..'....BOc :
: Shaving; Soap ... ;
'; With thU.coup.on tho abqve .
.. combination 91.30 ;
! TYREE&C0. j
I 15th & H Sts. N. E. j
An Ideal Xmas Gift
$5 English Stag Carving Sets
$2.50 and $3.50
Sent C. O. D. Privilege Return
Geo. N. Holland Co.
15th and H Streets N. E.
Phone Line 1676
The combined registered force
ot . the. -Aqueduct i Bridge Phar
macy represents, eighty-four
years of drag store service.
' Thos.Ai Moskey
Weller's Drug Stores
3534 M Street N. W.
A Surprise for the Ladies
x Special Offer
Stylish Ladles' Plain
This Is a regular 5ivalue.
If vou furnish cloth and llnlnr
.goods, will maKo up- a CIA
perfectly tailored suit for..7W
Tailor Md furrier
Cor. nth and M Sts. N. W.
v. n. With mv low rent, t
am able to do work cheaper
than any downtown tailor.
CHASE THAT CORN
We have a plaster you 'ought to be using right now. It's almost
sure to cure.
WELLER'S DRUG STORE, 8th and Eye Sts. S. E.
BETTER GROCERIES AT LOWER PRICES
1. P. LUSBY, SB
Ceraer tarhtti twtl East Capital Mraeta
TelaphoH Uacoia !!
Fancy Apples, per bbl ,...,t2.7$
dood Flour, 1-10 bbl ......Vs5a
i'i lb. cans Asparagus... 20o
lllrsch's Cocoa, Vj lb. cans 15o
Fancy Creamery Butter J&o
Sugar Cured Hams 18o
3 cans Sugar Corn .ISo
Cranberries, at ....i.lOo
iMTtse cans Tublo Syrup ..10o
Argo Salmon, can ...17Ho