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Body Will Be Laid to Rest There'
After Services at Family
Residence in Morning.
KUUKVitLE, Md.. Jan. 16.-Funeral
servcies for Bernard Monday, one of
KockvIIle's oldeet and best known citl
zens. who died in a Washington hos
pital .Tuesday night, will be held at
xne rainiiy home here at 11 o'clock to
morrow morning. Interment will be in
Kockvllle Union Cemetery.
Mr. juonaay was elgnty-tour years
oia.. surviving him are hts -wife and
the following children:. Mrs. Clara O.
Fry and Edwin W. Monday, of Rock
ville; Miss Marian Kloffer and John M.
Monday, of "Washington, and Thomas
F. Monday, of Annapolis.
During the administration of Presi
dent Benamin Harrison Mr. .Monday
"" cumuoii in iue internal Keve
nue Service In Washington.
At a meeting of the directors of the
Montgomery County Agricultural So
ciety .held- here yesterday, it was de
cided to hold the next Rockville fair on
August 26, 27. 28, and 29.
Officers elected for the year "were:
President, Joslah IV. Jones; vice presi
dent. Charles F. Kirk; secretary. James
T. Bogley; treasurer. John' J. Hlggins.
"Walter P. 8haw, who has resigned as
a constable for Bethesda district, has
act yet tendered his resignation as a
deputy sheriff for the county, but Sheriff
Howard said today that, if the, resigna
tion is not received -within the next few
days he wlll .make a request of Shaw
that he formally relinquish his duties.
Shaw resigned as constable because he
expects to remove to Washington Janu
ary 28. and Sheriff Howard has been
advised that a non-resident is not eligi
ble to serve as a deputy sheriff.
3Uchard, T. Ward and Mrs. Bertie
Parsley, both of Lay TJiH, this county.
snd James Roger Parsley, of Lay Hill,
and Miss Elsie May Nicholson, of Glen
Echo, were -married at Lay Hill at noon
yesterday in the presence of a small
gathering of relatives and friends. It
was a, double wedding, the officiating
.minister Deing uio ev. Willis J. Aiose
dale. of the Free Methodist Church,
Charles Waltz and James Martin, who
lave their ages as twenty-three and
twenty, respectively, and Philadelphia
as their place of residence, are in Jail
here." charged with vagrancy. They
were arrested at Germantown by Dep
uty Sheriff Gray, and, being unable to
give a satisfactory account of them
selves, were brought to Rockville. Their
parents have been notified.
Stores Close to
Prepare for Sale
In preparation for their semi-annual
"Clean Sweep Sale" the Hecht stores
will be closed today after 4 o'clock. The
sale, with all .the features made fa
mous by this firm, will begin tomorrow
Prize Essay Contest
The District Suffrage League's prize
essay competition will close on Janu
ary 31. 'Not many essays have been
submitted, but it Is expected that a
number will come in before the end of
the month on topics of suffrage and
local self-government. Dr. Thomas E.
WHI is secretary of the league and in
charge of the competition.
St.35 Baltimore and Return, Baltimore
tz Ohio. Every Saturday and Sunday.
Good to return until 9:00 A. M. Train
Monday. All trains both ways. Includ
ing the Royal Limited. Advt.
50-60 size Prunes,
Fancy White Pota
toes, per peck
8 lbs. Buck
Codorus Brand Sugar
Corn, per can
Fancy Yellow Onions, -f T -per
Finest Storage Eggs, O-j-oer
Dried Lima Beans,
New Hominy. 04-r
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3 loaves Star of the
East Bread for
15c cans Peas, very
fine, per can
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DE WITT TAXMAGE ELLSWORTH.
Goodrich Again Heads
J. H. Goodrich has been re-elected
president of the Retail Grocers' Protec
tive Association for another year.
The other officers are: G. E. Bohan-
non, first vice president; C. V. Sparrow,
second vice president; A. G. Schmidt,
treasurer: Perry P. Patrick, secretary,
and Charles F. Dlggs, attorney. The
following, with the above officers, were
named for the board of trustees: H. E.
Robertson, Frederick A. Dodge. J.
Brayshaw. jr.. M. J. Whelan, R. E.
Smlt:i. L F. Lusby. R. A. Rollins. J. E.
DIggle. H. C. Rothcry. R. E. W.
scnmiat, and h. V- ooinson. !
The reports of efneers Indicated a ma-
terial growth during the past year, and
it was also stated that the finances aro
in a flourishing condition.
Discussion of drug standards marked
the January meeting of the Washington
branch of the American Pharmaceutical
Association at the National College of
Pharmacy last night. Dr. L. F. Kebe
In taking up the court Interpretation
of standards Dr. Kebeler commented un
the practices of some dealers in evad
ing the laws by the use of descriptive
adjectives and the addition of arbitrary
Dr. J. H. Beal of Ohio, general secre
tary of the association, was to have
given an address, but was prevented by
a conference on drug legislation at the
Debate on Law.
The next debate of the Washington
College of Law will be held on January
23. The subject of the debate has not
Special January Reductions
Furniture and Furnishings
There is always a dull season in every business. Dur
ing such times ordinary furniture factories lay off their
workmen, trusting that they can engage more when things
get busy again.
But Craftsman workmen are not ordinary furniture
makers. They bring more to their work than the mere
knowledge of tools and the strength to use them.
Craftsman workmen are carefully selected for their
skill and for the fact that they put their hearts and heads,
as well as their hands, into their work.
They have been educated up to our ideas of earnest
and thorough workmanship.
We keep our shops busy during the dull seasons by
making such reductions as these:
Craftsman Furniture and Craftsman Willow Furniture
each a perfect example of our workmanship at 10 to
25 per cent off regular prices.
Rugs and Curtains at special reductions of from 10 to
25 per cent.
Electric Table Lamps, our entire stock, at from 25 to
50 per cent off regular prices.
Craftsman Stores at
1512 H St N. W., Washington
29 West 34th St, New York
468 Boybton St., Boston
Drowned at Sea
Miss Sefton Heads
Grand Army Women
Miss Rose M. Sefton is the new presi
dent of U. S Grant Circle, No. I, Ladles
or. the Grand Army of the Republic,
and the following officers have been in
stalled: Mrs. Catherine Gouse, senior
vice president: Mrs. Henriotta Shelley,
Junior vice president; Miss Margaret
Buckley, chaplain; Mrs. Alice Burgess,
secretary; Mrs. Belle H. Gibson, treas
urer; Mrs. Ida Lawrence, conductor;
Mrs. L. Rugg. assistant conductor; Mrs.
Emma A. Hawkes. guard, and Mrs.
Emma A. Randolph, assistant guard.
Mrs. Anna Traphagen was presented
with a gold badge In the name of the
order, and the installing officer, Mrs.
Dora j. . Hcndrix. a bououet of car
nations br Mis Sefton. Addresses
were made Dy uou B. . Btngiiam, past
department commander; Comrade Jonn
Finn, past commander; Silas E. Robb,
and A. P. Tasker.
To Restore Lustre
to Dull, Stringy Hair
"It requires no great effort to have
long. soft, glossy hair." says Mrs. Mae
Martyn In the Spokane Tribune. "The
only requirement Is that it be washed
occasionally with a harmless mixture.
This will give the hair a chance to
help itself, and when this Is done,
bright, fluffy hair follows.
"Nothing can equal plain canthrox. a
teaspoonful of which dissolved in a
cup of hot water is enough for a good
shampoo. This should be poured slowly
on the head and rubbed briskly. The
rich, creamy lather created cleanses
and Invigorates the scalp and hair roots
and rinsing leaves the hair sweet, clean
and fluffy. After a canthrox shampoo
the hair dries quickly and evenly, and
if these shampoos are employed when
required, the hair will come in long and
Officers of Ship Bearing Canal
Employe Home Uncertain as
to His Fate.
Just where and when young Do Witt
Talmage Ellsworth, one-time prominent
athlete of the District, who was lost
from the Government steamer JUllanca
while returning from Panama, went to
his death, is a mystery sealed In the
sea. as no one, according to the young
man's father, who arrived In Washing
ton last night from New York, where
he went to meet his son, ssw the un
fortunate man go overboard.
"He, Is dead," was the answer that
greeted the father when he asked the
officers of the Alllanca of the where
abouts of his son.
Suffered Nervous Breakdown.
Toung Ellsworth's father, a. IX Ells
worth, an employe of the Treasury De
partment, who lives at 124S Olrard
street northwest, was permitted to go
out to the quarantine station for the
purpose of meeting his Bon. He knew
that his son had been suffering from a
nervous breakdown at Panama, where
he was employed by the Canal Commls
rion as a mechanical draftsman, and
was anxious to see him safely home to
I "It was terrible news to get so sud
denly." said Mr. Ellsworth today. He
was last seen bv the steward of the ves
sel, who gave him something to eat on
the morning of his disappearance. The
sea was running high and Is it thought
mat ne was pitched overDoard while
leaning over the ship's rail."
Before going to Panama about four
years ago. Ellsworth married Miss
Clara. Barclay Wllkle. of Camden. N.
'J. She accompanied him to Panama,
but returned about two years ago on
account of her health. A diamond ring
which Ellsworth was bringing home to
Ms wife was found in the young man's
effects, whicn were brougnt here by his
Invention Saved Money.
Besides his widow and parents, Ells
worth Is survived by De Leon Carleton,
cf Marion, N. C, a sister; G. D. Ells
worth. Jr., of Seattle, Wash., and Cur
tis Ellsworth, living In Arizona.
While in the employ of the Canal
Commission Ellsworth invented a
Vdump valve" and saved the Govern
ment much money. For this invention
lie won the recognition of Colonel Goe-thals.
TO HND WHER
Making Scores of New
Customers Every Day
fT Men who heard how well their
tJJ friends have fared in this
splendid offering come here to
share in the bargains.
Every overcoat and suit in the collec
tion and it is a very fine one is a
model originated and tailored by the
Hundreds of these fine garments in patterns
and styles representing the consummate
skill and masterful tailoring are here
for you to look at
Ercry Garment Sold Here Carries the Same
Liberal Sen fee Guarantee That You Would Hate
Becelted at Its Full Price.
$22.50 and $25.00
Suits and Overcoats
THURSDAY? JANUARY, 16,, 1913.
STRONG Mi AS
Says Young Men Should Learn
Patriotism and Serve. Their
'. Country Willingly.
Adequate maintenance of the army
and navy, and a higher patriotism
among the young men of America,
wi-ro cardinal principles of the creed
voiced by Gen. Leonard Wood, chief
of staff, U. S. A., In addressing Gen.
M. Etnmt Urell Camp. No. 3. of tho
1,'nlted Spanish War Veterans, last
"The best guarantee of peace Is a
strong and capable army," he said.
"The young men of tho present time
should be taught more patriotism, a.
greater love for their country, and a
greater Villlngness to serve it."
Congressman George Curry of New
Mexico also spoke of tho need of
patriotism among young men. Con
gressman T. S. Crago of Pennsylvania,
Capt J. B. Clark, and Department
Commander Jere A. Costello also spoke.
The' members mustered Into the camp.
In addition to General Wood, were
Brig. Gen. William H. Blxby, chief
engineer: Capt. Charles M. Forrest,
! r. Fred G. Murray, L V. Carmack,
chief clfik cf the bureau of. Insa'.ar
Affairs: A. I HuaUd. Stedman k
Cannon. Arthur G. Sujdanu William
M. Wells, an. I Charter A. Benson.
Aii'onc the pionitnent persons pres-
rent'in addition were Brig. Gen. Frank
Mclntyro. thief of '.'. nureau or in
sular Affairs. Charle3 : Walcur. ;r.,
assiinnt chief of tl. 5ureau of In
sular Attain. Past Camp Comnmii-U r
Chria Hlntenach, of "the Gen. IC-jIoon
A. Milan Camp. Ne. 1. R. J. .Donmlly.
of the Admiral Gc-oree Dewey Camp,
No. 7, an.l Fast Department Com
mander F. S. Hodgsoi The -mus'jVing
ceremonies, which are secret, were
conducted by Patt Commander R. E.
Bakers Elect Officers.
-William B. Chrlsman is the new presi
dent of the Journeyman Bakers' Bene
ficial Union, and William. Roessler is
vice president; John Franke Is record
ing secretary; John Grossart, financial
secretary: Fred H. Schulze, treasurer;
Carl Helnzman. Philip Melcher. Albert
Sillier.. and William Drechslcr, trustees.
perhaps to buy.
$28.00 and $30.00
Suits and Overcoats
Shooter ls Held
For Grand Jury
Held for the action of the grand Jury!
for the killing of Roomie Stevens at
Takoma Park Monday evening, which
he claimed was done in self-defense,
Robert L. Thomas, a young electrician,
is a prisoner today In the District Jail.
Thomas took the witness stand In his
own defense and gave a detailed story
of the killing. Tho testimony of Deputy
Coroner White, who performed the au
topsy, showed that Stevens had been
shot twice In the back.
Nurse Takes Charge
Of Abandoned Child
Abandoned in the vestibule of the 1
house at 11SU Tenth street southeast, a
twomonths-old girl baby is bolng cared
for today by Mrs. E. F. Ferguson, Dis
The child was discovered by one of
the occupants of the house hist night.
Police of the Fifth precinct were noti
fied and the baby, was turned over to
The f Infant was neatly dressed in
clothing" of good material, but there
were no marks on the wearing apparel
that would give any clue to the Iden
tity of the parents.
: : This Home-Made Cough : :
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Stops Evea Wkooplns; Cosjch T
Quickly A Family Supply J.
t Small Cost. N .
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Here Is a home-made remedy that
takes Hold of, a cough Instantly, and
will usually euro, the most stubborn case
in twenty-four hours. This recipe
makes a pint enough for a whole fam
ily. You couldn't buy as much or as
good ready-made cough syrup for &50.
Mix one pint of granulated sugar with
one-half 'pint of warm water and stir
two minutes. Put- 2ft ounces of Plnex
(60 cents' wprth) in a pint bottle, and
add the Sugar Syrup. This keeps per
fectly and has a. pleasant taste chil
dren like It Braces up the appetite and
is slightly laxative, which helps end a
Tou probably know the medical value
of nine in treating asthmaT bronchitis
,and other throat .troubles, sore lungs.
etc mere is noming uener. rin ia
the most valuable concentrated com
'poupd 'of 'Norway white pine extract,
rich In gualacol and all- the natural
healing pine elements. Other prepara
tions will not -work in thin formula.
The .prompt results from this inex
pensive remedy have made friends for
it in thousands of homes in the United
States and Canada, -which explains why
the plan has been imitated often, but
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction,
or mot.ey promptly refunded, goes with
this, recipe. Your druggist has Pinex,
or will get It for you. If not. send to
The Plnex Co.. Ft. Wayne. Ind.
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Good, Useful Lengths of MateriaUin
Greatest Demand Priced Kanh's
Friday Remnant Way
. Hundreds of yards double-faced
Cloaklngs, Zlbelincs. Imported Suit
ings, Coating Diagonals, Tailor
Serges,. Black. Weaves. Cream
Serges. Navy Serges. GO to G5 inches
wide, that were ILEO to J1B0. Fri
day, a yard ,
Limited lot left from the re
cent big sale; these are so
called seconds, but with really
very little reason for calling
Good quality American taffeta
or twilled taffeta, with tape
edges', made oa steel rods and
paragon frames; good range of
handles, fancy and plain, Ger
man silver trimmed or gold
plated effects, and carved woods,
and snake woods. Sizes for men
and women. Friday's price, 68c
and Flannelettes: ,
Will Attract You to Bargain Tables, Street Floor
The Friday "Mill End" lots are always interesting to those,
who need a few yards of ginghams, percales, etc., but tomerrow's
list is an unusually good one with some exceptionally good values
OUTING FtANNELS, checks,
stripes, in blue, pink and other
colorings; Friday's price a g.V
LIGHT AND DARK PERCALES.
10c and 12c quality, in a variety
of designs and colorings, a rJ3liI
MISCELLANEOUS LOT of
fabrics', poplins, pongees, irencn
These are all wash goods remnant
ues up to 39c a yard. In a great variety of colorings and differ
ent designs; Friaays price a yaw
All Fancy Boxes
Gold Edge Style
at 13g Box
Be here early.
$3.00 to $4.00 Values in
Tapestry Couch Covers
Balance of lots from recent sales
ed materials with uonenn Doraer?,
others light weight Sunfast styles:
heavy Oriental Negus and Kashgar
Choice of the lot
Itemnnnta of AVIndovrihanle, in
lengths up to 14 yds: many
alike. Values to 3oc; to
Crrxm nnd Colored Madras In
lengths of 1 to 15 yards; self
woven designs; 35c values. 11a
to close, yd X LU
MercerleU Tapestry. 75c to
$1.D0 ,-alues in poplin. Repps, and
Armures; 60 In. width, to OCn
close, yard UUV
Lengths You Can Use
to Advantage in These
You t. 111 find lots of uses for
these and If ou wish any of them
made Into bowa we shall take
pleasure In tying them free of
One-eighth to three-quarter-Inch
ribbons, plain satins, taffetas and
wash ribbons, worth up to 8c n.
a yard for
One to one and a half-Inch satin
taffeta and plain taffetas. In all
colors, worth up to 12c a yard, A
Three and a half to Ave and a
half-Inch ribbons, plain satins, taf
fetas, Dresdens. fancy wash rib
bons; worth up to 35c; a 1A n
Bargain Tables-Street Floor.
Remnants of 49 to 4S Inch all-w
and silk and wool Prsnell. CXeck
Melanges, SOKis, uaMuaers.
French Serges. CherieU. Venetian. M
Sres. aaa juirifM serges;
formerly iSc to HJfc Friday, ft
Store Street Floor.
Heading: the Hat Is about M
ares lengths ox wr reHir me
and 75c Foulards. BMStiyln aavy
and white and black and wkite
polka dot In all slsea, Ckefest
36c a yam.
Among- the other let are' the
following wanted weaves:.
Messalines. All-SjHc JPoafees,
Black Moires. Novelty. .Mesca
lines. Tourist Silks, Peatt d
Cygne, Silk Poplins. Novelty Taf
fetas. Novelty Loulatae. Ptaiq
Colored Taffetas. Black Taffetas.
Cheek Taffetas, Striped Tatfeiaa
Tour choice of the lot FrMar
at 35c yard. Silk Store Street
KIMONO FLANNBLSTIK. la
floral and Persian design, larxe
figures suitable for ki matins', and
drsing sacques, Hsfct
blues, grays, browns, etc. C3rg
a yard .. 7V
APRON GINGHAMS." in blue
brown, or green checks, dir- CVt.
ferent sizes checks, a yard.. TV
Wash Goods including silk and cotton
gingnams. ana maaras waiausgs.
from our own stocK. val
Look what we offer.
36-lnch Colored Sa.
Unes. CS-lnch Black
and Colored Perca
llnes, 13-lnch lining
Lawn. &-lnch Shad
ow Silk Tercaline. in
black and colors. In
terlining In gray and
white. Good useful
lengths of values
to 25c Friday Q
a yard.....". 7lr
Lining Store Street
Portiere Include some mercerlr-
ouurs iringea; sun
Conch Covers arei
effects bj inches wide.
Curtain Corners, agents' sample
1 to 1 yard pieces of full bot
tom of 50c and 75c. cur- inj7.rt
tains. Sale price, each.. tit
SInjcle pairs Lace Curtains from
values up to $3; good - nr
styles, to close, pair wi..U
Single Pnlrn Irish Points. Brus
sels. Nottingham. Arabian, etc.
Values to 35, to close, 0 fjA
Drapery Store, Third Floor.
CHILDREN'S SWEATERS, odd
lot. some Middy styles among;
them, 12-year size chiefly; some
with sailor collars, others laced
up in front, slightly soiled from
handling: were 33.00. to tiH'AA
close ,... 9JL.UU
Children's Wear Store 2nd Floor.
and Waists at
Worth SI and S1.5JO
An accumulation of odd sties of
Ferris Waists and other lines of
corsets, which must go out. Buy
If you find your size at from one
half to two-thirds under price.
Corset Store Second Floor.
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