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THE WASHINGTON TDtES. FRIDAY, JANUARY
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BOY SCOUT TROOP
TO TAKE PHYSICAL
Hi MENTAL TESTS
Lads Wish to Receive Their
Class RatingBefore Gather
ing of Their Fellows.
BIRDS NUMEROUS IN
First Winter in Many Years That It Has Not-Been Necessary
to Distribute Grain, Especially to Partridges Many Blue
birds, Redbirds, and Some Robins Seen.
, In order that they may receive their
official I class rating before March 4,
when 2.000 or more scouts from all sec
tions of the United States will be In
Washington, several Boy Scouts, of
Troon No. 2?. nt which Torrt Eustace
Percy, third secretary of the British
embassy. Is 'scoutmaster, will take
amlnattons tonight at their meeting
place, the Northeast Industrial School,
eighth and E streets northeast, and also
tomorrow on a hike In the vicinity of
Cabin John Bridge. The examinations
will be given by. Assistant Scout Com
missioner Frank C. Wood, Tvlth the as
sistance .of Lord Percy,- 'who alsp will
accompany the boys on' the hike.
At noon today Mr. Wood gave a talk
on the Boy Scout movement before a
gathering of boys of the Sixth division
of public, schools at the Ludlow school.
Several boys of that division are anxious
to become scouts, and. if they pass their
tenderfoot examinations they will be
Assigned to Lord Percy's troop. The ex
aminations which Mr. Wood is to give
to members of this troop tonight and
tomorrow will include first aid, signal
ing, tramping cooking, Tre making, and
Tonight Assistant -Scbut Commissioner
.Wood also will -visit Troop No. 39, which
Is to meet at the home of its scoutmas
ter, Vemon Bailey, for the purpose of
making a. number of presentations of
prizes. In the recent ticket-selling con
test In connection .-with the benefit at
Chase's Theater, Troop No. 39 was the
winner, and tonight each XT is to be
presented with a Bo Scout's hatchet.
$z.35 Baltimore' and Return, Baltimore
'tc 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.
WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU,
ANACOSTIA. D. C JAN. St.
This is the first winter in many that
it has not been found necessary to dis
tribute grain to the birds, especially
the partridges, In the woods In the
southeastern section of the District.
The unusual number of "bluebirds seen
has caused comment Some robins have
been seen, and redbirds and song spar
rows are numerous.
The partridges, protected for a long
time by the District laws, as the other
birds have been, are contented with
the mild season. It is frequent for the
mounted policemen to come upon coveys
of twenty-five or more feedings on the
Another charge' will be placed against
William Proctor, the colored man ar
rested near Anacostia by Acting Ser
geant Karl Scherer Tuesday evening at
the request of the authorities of Prince
George county, ,-Md. A razor was found
inside Proctor's shirt, and he is await
ing a jury trial on the charge of carry
ing a concealed weapon.
The charge of grandlarceny, involv
ing the theft of a revolver, for which he
Is wanted in Maryland, was held In
abeyance. Daniel Davis, a white resi
dent of Prince George county, Md..
visited the Anacostia station yesterday
and identified the razor as having been
stolen from him.
Sixteen dogs were taken to the pound
from the outskirts of Anacostia yes
terday, most of which were presumed
to have been bitten by the rabid dog
that recentlr ran amuck along the Dis
trict line. The pound wagon made its
second tour yesterday within a f6w
days. Nine dogs were taken away from
the villages near Anacostia on the
No further Information has been re
ceived bv the police about the mad
do thaf'dlsappeared from the premises
of William Toe. They believe the ani
mal has been killed.
The twentieth anniversary of Salem
Lodge. No. 42. L O. O. F.. which occurred
on January 3, was observed last even
ing. The program consisted of a re
view of the history of the organization
by Joseph K. Davison, its founder,
who is known aa the father of 'the
lodge, and a series of short addresses.
The lodge was organized on January
21. 1S93, with 135 members. Joseph K.
Davison, of the Government Printing
Office, left Harmony Lodge as a noble
grand to Institute the lodge In Anacos
tia. Me vi as its lirst noDie grana. ue
has been Its recording secretary almost
continuously since leaving the presid
ing station. The lodge has prospered,
and its membership has reached as
many as 195 at different times.
Forty-two persons attended the annual
dinner of the Ladles' Benevolent So
ciety of St. Teresa's Chruch, in the as
sembly hall of the parochial school, in
V street, -iast night. Following the din
ner there was music and dancing.
The nurses and attendants at the Gov
ernment Hospital for the Insane heard
a lecture last night by Dr. Francis M.
Barnes, clinical director, in the chapel
halt it was the second lecture- of a
series being delivered this winter.
Anacostia Chapter, No. 12, Royal Arch
Masons, has named February 10 as the
time for its annual election of officers.
OF TOW BUG
Welcomes Citizens and
Other Speakers Urge Need
of High School.
The posC-electlon supper of the Men's
Club of the Emmanuel P. E. Church
will be held January 30. This is the
bannuet fhnt will bA irlvpn hv thft ad
herents of the losing candidates in the'
presidential election to the .members
who were supporters of the victorious'
party. It has been postponed several
HYAT7SVILLE. Md., Jan. 24. The
new municipal and fire department
building was formally turned over to
the citizens of this town last night by
the mayor and common council. After
an inspection of the building, Mayor
Harry W. Shepherd welcomed the peo
ple to the new home of the town gov
ernment and fire department. In his
address of welcome he laid special
stress upon the earnest work of Coun
cilman John G. Holden, who was chair
man of the building committee of the
council and gave him a large share of
credit for the erection of the structure.
Mayor Shepherd was followed by Fire
Chief Edwin Devlin that the com
mon council keep up the good road
work started a few years ago, as good
roads were a great help to the firemen
In answering alarms.
State. Senator Charles A. Wells speke
of the' progress of Hyattsvllle Jn the last
fifty years, when he first came to the
neighboring town of Bladensburg to
practice medicine. At that time he said
there were onlv four houses in what is
now Hyattsvllle and the greater portion
of the land was in cultivation.
He told of the fight made for water I
and sewerage, and the 'great opposition
to the bonding for those improvements.
He spoke of the flourishing conditio,! of
the finances of the town, and stated he
thought the corporation taxes would be
lower in the ensuing year. He a!d he
took a great deal of pleasure In the fact
that he had, while a member of the
State senate in 1912, introduced the bill
that made It possible for the town to
have the new building.
Former Mayor William P. Magruder
stated he was proud to .hail from Hy
attsvllle. He laid especial stress upon
the fact the town was without a high
school, and told the citizens that If
thev would but make a well-concerted
effort in the next legislature they would
have no trouble getting a building. John
Fainter. Jr.. spoke of his efforts, both
as a former mayor and former council
man, in bettering the conditions of the
local fire department
Miss Bessie Scaggs, Guy avenue, has
returned from a visit to friends and
relatives In Winchester, Va,, and vi
The regular quarterly meeting of the
Pomona Grange will be held at Olney.
Thursday, January 30. at 10 o'clock.
Officers will be elected for the next two
Osborn. to Speak at
With Gov. Chase 8. Osborn, former
Speaker Cannon, and other notables re
sponding tottoaatc, the-: fiftieth annual
banquet of the Michigan State Associa
tion will be held at JWuscher's Monday
evening at 7 o'clock, with an informal
reception from 6 to 7 o'clock.
The after-dinner program will be In
charge of Judge Robert M. Montgomery,
presiding Judge of the Court of Customs
Among the after-dinner speakers are
former Governor Osborn. Joseph G.
Cannon, Judge DeVries. of the Court of
Customs Appeals, and Representative
Nye. of Minnesota. Secretary C. O.
Markham, Takom Park, D. C has the
invitation list In charge.
New Yorker Then Wants Job as
Detective Here, and Is Sent
Ervln M. Hamilton, forty-seven years
old, of Newton Falls, N. Y.. is In the
Washington Asylum Hospital today for
examination aa to his mental condition.
Hamilton called at Police Headquar
ters hut night and made application
for a position as detective. He- said
the chief reaton he wanted the Job was
to get some Inside Information on the
detective business. He particularly
wanted to know If detectives had sec
Detective O'Brien talked with the vis
itor and when Hamilton wanted to send
a "wireless dispatch Uo his friend In
New York, the detective-decided Hamil
ton had better talk with Sanitary Of
ficer Sroufe. The sanitary oSlcer bad
him committed to the asylum.
Wnnl wm TfMvA from Newton Fells I
last night that Hamilton recently hai
hwR ill. Rpiativ nm wctil in Wash
ington tomorrow to take charge of him. j
Cruelty and drunkenness are charged
in a petitioner a limited divorce filed
in the District Supreme Court against
Irvln E. Jones by Mrs. Lucy B. Jones.
The couple were married la Chevy
Chase May 26, 1961. Mrs. Jones asks
the court to award her alimony.
PoyKry Show Enfcrttt,
for. the amwal Aiw sf w'
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h'eM to the TaHiwa Tar tax Jaavarr
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there -will be bmm than l.i
exhibited. The event Is attract! matt!
Interest amoac the .fancsia 1 'Mary- ,
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Boxes more or
less soiled. Also
Included are boxes
Open Until NindP. M. Saturday
THE SUSY COANC
a a a . quality
card, pfetare back.
Had. At BATfaJa
Mrs. Annie Davison, wife of Postmas
ter Davison, of Sterling, Va., who has
oecn a guest of Mrs. ana Mrs. Joseph
K. Davison, In T&lbUrtt street, has re
Leo Fealey. "a student In St. Mary's
Seminars, near Baltimore, where he will
graduate soon. Is visiting his parents
in U street. .
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KUPPENHEIMER SUITS AND
When You Stop to Consider
The Prices at Which We Are Selling
there is really no further argument necessary.
The styles are more than up to the minute
They're ahead of the best.
The workmanship is more than the name implies.
These clothes are tailored by experts, each in his
own particular line.
There are 284 overcoats and 267 suits. Look
at this price, then look at the clothes. Your purchase
must be the result.
Values Up to $30.00 Special at
Every Garment Sold Here Carries the
Same Liberal Sen Ice Guarantee That You
Would Hne Recehed at Its Full Price.
3 Fur-Lined Overcoats
Persian Lamb Collars
$75 Value, tof&OfiT kd
Close at ... . ?$O.UU
Full Dress and Tuxedo
Suits Included in
1013 -Pa. Ave. 1013
" COp Tuese Great I
A better Shoe-Buying Op
portunity you've never seen
in your entire life !
Mind you, the shoes of
fered in this "MOVE-ON"
SALE are regular "HAHN"
Shoes not job-lots, broken
sizes, or specially-made
"Sale Shoes" but honest
QUALITY shoes which bear
our own name and FULLY
Will you get YOUR
SHARE of the big Savings
offered this SATURDAY?
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40 Winter Styles of '
Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes
Almost the entire range
of "TRI-WEAR" winter
weight styles figures in this
big sale excepting the
plain staple shapes, which
are never -reduced.
Choice of Tans Black Gun
Metals or Steel Calfs and Re
liable Patent Colts in most
any shape and any slr.e you
No shoes on earth WEAR
BETTER than 'TRI-WEARS!''
Wlator HtrUu of
Men's $5 and $6 Shoes
The great demand for
the present sale is a spon
taneous tribute "to the
"merits of 'those famous
Custom Made Shoes.
"FLORSHEIM" Shoes show
the rest of the Shoe World
FINE POINTS in Shoe Work
manship and Designing1.
What better opportunity to
test their Kplendld Qualities
than during the-present mark-down!
Women's "VENUS" Boot Q1C
$3.50, $4 and $5 Values Cut to ? x
60 styles of the hjghest grade Women's Boots to be
found anywhere smart, distinctive shapes in low or high
cut Button, "Blucher, and Laced Boots.
Made of Tan or Brown Russia or Willow Calf Black Demi
or Vrlour Calf Brown or Gray Buckskin Patent Colt,
Some of the new "English" rocede to styles also medium
or tvlde "stubby" toes wltli low or high heels.
Women's Stylish Boots
$3 and Some $3.50 Values
Choice of 5,000 pairs of
well made, Goodyear Welt
sewed (Hand Sewed Process)
button and laced boots.
3 styles in TAN RUSSIA
CALF and nearly 50 styles in
BLACK CALFSKIN OR PAT
ENT COLT, with cloth, whip
cord, calf, and kid tops; low
or high heels.
Young Women's Boots
and Satin Party Pumps
20 styles of up-to-date
Black Gun Metal Calf and
Vlcl Kid. Black Velvet and
Patent Colt Boots with me
dium or wide toes, low or
high heels, and solid soles.
10 pretty styles of Black,
White. Pink, or Blue Satin
Pumps and Instep Strap
Pumps, with covered 'Cuban
hels; pompons or satin bows.
Values worth $2.50 and S3.
Special Saturday Sale of Boys' d1 on
and Girls' $2.50 and $3.00 Shoes..Pl0J
Ten stunning styles of Misses' and Child's "RITE-
FORM" and other highest grade HIGH CUT STORM BOOTS In
Gun Metal. Patent Leather, and Tan Russia Calf Button, and
Heavy Dark Tan Calf High Cut Lace Boots with buckles at top.
Sizes C to Misses' 2.
Ten splendid $2.50 and $3 grade styles of Boys' Winter
Shore In Storm Shoes and regular height shoes made of best
grades Tan Vlscollzd Calf. Tan Russia Calf, Tan Elkskln.
Black Russia. Havana or Gun Metal Calf. Several "TRI-WCAR'1
Styles in the lot Sizes 1 to s't.
For Small Boys'
I1.2S grade stout
Box Calf, solid
Shoes. Sizes 3 to
For Child's reg
ular S1.50 quality
Gun Metal Calf or
Button and Laced
Boots. Sizes up to
For 6 Styles
Boys' 2 styles
Misses' and 2
J1.75 and $2
grades good wear
ing Gun Metal
School Shoes. All
Z33 Pa. Ave. 5.E.
Tomorrow at Kami's Shoe Store
Women Can Buy
SHOES (g)flt . .
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And this because of our imperative need to reduce stock before inventory. Ttierfact
that they are from our regular lines should make-it added incentive-for you to inves-'
titratf. ' , .
Newest lasts, with patent leather vamps, black cloth tops, and Cuban htdsJ
Very neat, dressy styles, in ALL SIZES AND ALL WJDIHS.
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We Must Sell This Neckwear
Before We Take Stock -
Tomorrow's especially low prices should bring
you hurrying: for your share
25c and 50c Neckwear Reduced to
Several hundred too many that is our reason
for lowering; the prlco so much Included are
storks with rabat. Jabots of net, swlss embroidered
yokes, black silk stocks. Irish crochet rabat?. and
shadow lace stocks with rabat attached. fjg
Choice of tne lot XIC
50c Sleeveless Guimpes
Pretty conceits with draw-spring at bottom to
'keep them in place. Choice of uhadow and OK
val. lacea: Mso plain and fancy nets, at tJV
4 TVirrmi Tiifftnvnt srW n
WHITE LINGERIE WAISTS!
Real $2.00 Vahie
Fresh, Crisp, and Charmirtfy Femmmt
We took a number of oar MA-priee4 awtWs" aa4
had them copted la these waists, asta tea Mri
BaatertaU. aacb a ' "
Fine Swiss Embroideries and.
Neat close blfad EiabreWery
and Openwork Paael'tronts.
OrnaraentaUeaa of, Cluny and
German Val Loee.
LitUe toucaea of velvet- tbat
give a French air.
Elaborately embroidered with,
hemstitching each aide.
Some wkb . Xeaa Brusuael
StandiBC" collars of satin oa
some with pretty jabot fialsb.
All stses. 34 to 44 bust. Watet-Stere M.Aoor-and
Bargain lamea eireet rook .5r?
Ssf " Mr
Our Entire Stock Misses', Children's, and Junior Coats
Reduced to Half Price and Less for
Mothers bring the girls tomorrow for some of these extraordinary values two mentioned here.
Coats That Were to $8.95 I. Coats That Were to $12.50
In Polo cloth. Thibet cloth. Cheviots and mixtures
in navy, cadet, brown, red. also black and white checks;
sixes 8 to 14 In the lot, but not all sizes In all colors.
A choice collection in Thlbets, Cheviots, Xoveity
mixtures and double faced cloths in navy, red. brews,
gray and tan. Sizes 8 to 14.
Six Cakes Ol
of Soap for tdXf
Not more than
six cakes to a cus
tomer. None sent C.
Swifts' Pride Soap,
Quart Bottle of
sent C O. U
50c "FEATHER" Cake.
something new, very light
and filled with & rich cream
filling. Chocolate or QQ
Vanilla, large size ... OI7C
50c Devil Cakes made fresh
from the best In- QQ
50c Layer Cakes made
fresh from the purest stock.
Chocolate, Vanilla, Orange,
and Cocoanut, large QQj
size, choice OtC
29c Lajcr Cakes made
fresh from the best stock.
Chocolate. Orange, Cocoanut.
and Vanilla. 1Ap
FRENCH PASTRIES. THE
BEST ASSORTED Ail
KINDS, per dozen.... 1Ut
19c Apple Pies made fresh
with a rich flakey 1A
crust, large size JLUC
Sunshine. Angel, Raisin
Pound Cake, 1Ki
Spice Pound Cake 1A.
and Jelly Roll. each.. JUt
Africans. Choco late
Eclairs. Cream Puffs. QfU
per doz OW
Assorted Fancy Cakes, O
per doz. Ot
Large assortment of Buns,
Coffee Cake, etc., etc. at
Bakery. Third Floor.
A special blend of
care fully selected
high - grade coffees
that will produce a
most delicious 'bever
age when properly
usea. wt up in one
pound sealed tins.
Ground medium, tint
Not more than two
pounds to a cus
tomer at this price.
Coffee Store Third
You Will Be Surprisgd
10c Will Buy
In the Lot Are 25c
to $1.00 Values
SAMPLES that tell the story
and when Kann's announce a
sale of Sample Jewelry, you know
it Is something out of the ordl-
..... THla Ana la n. 'YPAntlnn-
In fa'ct. It is the best and largestJiy
line or samples we ever onereu
Bar Pins, Brooch Pins, Chains,
Hat Pins, etc.. in the prettiest
shapes and styles. 80 important
do we consider the event that a
SPECIAL BARGAIN TABLE
WILL BE GIVEN TO THE LOT.
Don't miss thls-Street Floor,
Helps Out On
An opportunity of this kind
coming at this time of the year
gives the chance to secure hosiery
supplies underprice to last until
early summer hosiery buying
WOMEN'S HOSE-Pure thread
silk, full regular made, deep lisle
garter tops, high spliced heels
and toes. J1.00 values, QQa
a pair 07C
Seamless Cotton Hose, with
double heels, toes, and wide
hems, black or tan; regu- 1A.
larly Wic a pair, at J.UC
Seamless Lisle Hose, In black.
white, tan. pink, and sky, with
high spliced heels and toes, and
elastic garter tops; 25c Ag
.'values, a pair XrsU
CHILDREN'S 1 and 1 Ribbed
Hose, extra heavy weight, with
reinforced heels, toes and knees
Sizes 6 to 8. 11a
a pair XXV
Sizes 9 to 10, 15c values, Olhn,
Hosiery Store Street Floor.
FREE, with every purchase-of
Talcum or Face Powder, a good
size piece of CHAMOIS.
Earl Violet Tace Powder,
white or flesh;' regularly OI
5c. for .-.....,. -SIC
Woodworth's Arbutus Talcum,
white or flesh, 25c "
15c box Earl Tooth Powder.
15c Tooth Brush. 30c value, - A.
32-ounce bottle Pure Peroxide;
regularly 35c, tomor- - jr
row i ItHi
4711 Verdura Glycerine f Oa
Soap: 25c box of 3 cakes.... 1C
Toilet Water made 6y the
Monte Chrlsto Co.: violet, rose,
and honeysuckle; 50a OCCn
size ,. AtH.
Mpnte Chrlsto Greaseless
XOC size... DC
Monte Chrlsto Nail En- 1A.
amel: 25c size...., XUv
Toilet Goods 8tore Street Floor.
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