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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14,
SELLS MANY CARS
Out-of-Town Dealers Come to
Washington to' Inspect Auto
By HAJIRY WARD.
The automobile carnivaj will come to
an end tomorrow night after a most
successful run. The various dealers
participating in the event are more
than delighted with the results achieved,
and are planning to repeat the carnival
next year on a larger scale.
Some of the exhibits will be taken to
the Baltimore automobile show, which
opens Tuesday for a Ave flays' run in
the Fifth Regiment Armory. The full
line of Buick models will be shipped to
the Aut6 Outing Company, and will
form that 'company's exhibit at the
fihow. Robert H. Martin, manager of
the Buick Motor Company's brancn
here, will accompany the exhibit to
Following a custom established sev
eral years ago. the Automobile Dealers'
Association and the Automobile Club
of Maryland, which are promoting the
Bhow. will set aside one night as
"Washington night." A large party of
dealers and motorists will attend the
Baltimore show that night. It is ex
pected Thursday, February 20, will be
the date selected.
Outside Dealers Visit Show.
A number of Virginia and Maryland
automobile dealers arrived in Wash
ington today to Inspect the exhibits of
the dealers who are celebrating carni
val week. Among them were W. E.
JIuntsberry. of Winchester. Va.; T. O.
White Bameaville, Md.: J. D. Rich
ards and P. C. Richards, Warrcnton,
Va., and DeWltt Gallaher. Charleston,
There is considerable rivalry among
the dealers as to which will make, the
largest number of sales during carnival
week. The sales made will be an
A striking example of the growth in
the manufacture of automobiles is found
In the exhibit of the Cook & Stoddard
Company. It consists of an S-horsc-power,
one cylinder Cadillac, which was
the thirty-fourth Cadillac turned out by
the Cadillac Motor Car Company. It
was made in 1902, and has been in con
stant service since then In this city. Ad
joining it is a 50-horsepower Cadillac
touring car, which is numbered 82,214,
end which was made this year.
The comparison between the , "one
lunger" and the big Cadillac touring
car of today Is striking, and hundreds
of motorists arc visiting the Cook &
Stoddard store in-order to sea the gteat
advance made in Cadillacs since 1902.
Congressman W. H. Wilder of Massa
chusetts was. among carnival visitors
yesterday. At the store of the -Commercial
Automobile and Supply Corn
pan, ho found ,a Flanders colonial elec
tric he admired, and immediately placed
an orffer with . c Long lor u.
Service' Sunday Night Also Will
Be Made a Tribute to Late
A memorial service in honor of those
who died when the Maine was blown
up in Havana harbor, and also in honor
of President McKinley. will be held
Su iday nicht at i o'clock In the Metro
politan Memorial XThui ch. The services
will be under the, auipiets of the Na
tion U. S. S. Maine and William Mc
Kinley Memorial and Monument
League. The Rev. James Snera Mont
gomery will conduct the services.
The league Invites soldiers, sailors,
and citizens of the District to attend
Park View Citizens Will
Fight for New School
Failing to obtain in the House bill an
appropriation for a blxteen-room -school
building at N-wton and Warder streets,
the l'ark View Citizens' At-boclatlon, it
was announced toda. will carry its
fight to the Senate The Commissioners
Included in thir estimates- an itm of
Jizs.oaw for the erection of the building,
which, it was said by Commissioner
Rudolph, is regarded as one of the most
urgent neeas or the school hybtem
Tho Park View Citizins" Association
for several years has endeavored to ob
tain adequate school facilities without
buccess. classes are now held in a
portable hchool building
Seventeen States Adopt
Seventr n states hair alrpad ratltlfil
t to direct elections amendment Jo the
Constitution. Ratification was lom
pletfd In llliniiih-senteitiay.
The X-w Jersey housi and the. Wls
onln senate hae ratilied the amend
ment KrTendH of the amendment air plqasfri
n' liir progress being mad". They xint
ut thai the States r ratifying- thin
popist-d amendment much moic rapld
' than they did the income tas amend
ment. Embassy Must Move.
owing tu the fact that the owner of
the tciildiiig jhd b the American t-ni-bassv
m Paris wishes to convert It lino
a hotel, prnsumablv to ax laig.-r
rents from thore dear Americans, thi
mbaSHj has bteii notified to inov
The official home 0f jhe t'nited Mates
in Paris has been in the same building
fr fifteen Sears.
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ST. ELIZABETH'S IS
Tuberculosis Sufferers Will Have Separate Buildings on
, Grounds of Hospital Five Cottages to Be Erect
ed at Cost of $100,000.
WASHINGTON1 TIMES nriiEAl
ANACOSTIA. D C. FEU 14
While only three of the five frame
buildings to be erected in different parts
of tile government Hospital for the In
same grounds have been started, it is
intended by the asylum authorities to
lose no time in rearing the other two.
These buildings will. "be .occupied by
tubercular patients, and the construc
tion is of a type suited to patients f
The segregation of tuberculosis pa
tients has been in effect at the institu
tion for a long period, so that nothing
new" is proposed in the erection of thesi
cottages other than to provide for an t
excess in population. The buildings aie
to be one story in height, and arc belns
roofed now. They will cost wlnjn com
pleted" $100,009. Three will occupy the
site east of Nichols avenue, the others
to go on the opposite side of the road.
The Bible class meeting held last
night In the quarters of No. 5 Chemical
Engine Company, In Nichols avenue.
Congress Heights, was of particular In
terest to those taking part because of
the enthusiasm of the men present.
Seated in their recreation room, the
members of the- company heard a text
from the Bible explained by the Rev.
Meritt Earl, of the local Methodist
Episcopal church, and its application
urged upon them. There was a song
service as well.
Dr. James A. Watson has been chosen
by the public school officials to deliver
the address at the patriotic exercises in
commemoration of Washington's Birth
day in the Ketcham school, on the af
ternoon of February 21.
A preliminary meeting of the official
board of the Congress Heights Metho
dist Episcopal Church- was held last
evening to arrange for tho quarterly
conference, over which the Rev. Dr. W.
L. McDowell, tho new district superin
tendent, will preside, to take place to
morrow evening. There is no doubt
that the reappointment of tho Rev. Mer
ritt Earl, tho pastor for two years, will
be requested. The lourtn quarterly con
ference will be the last one preceding
tne meeting or tne .Baltimore annual
Women of the Anacostta. Baptist
Church gave a box social and valentine
party last evening, and dainty hearts
were conspicuous in the gathering, be
ing numbered to correspond with a box
containing luncheon. There was a mus
ical program, young men and young
women taking part,-'
A Valentino social wllpho given this
evening in the Congress Heights M. E.
Church by thaJunlor "Epw-orth League
of which Mrs. D. V. Padgett is the
presidcnt,'The party "will be a "measur
ing" one as well In that each person
attending will be required to present In
a little bag a sum of money regulated
,hy his height.
tThe Artacostla. Branch. Protective
Home Circle, No. Gig, gave an entertain
ment in the -Masonic Hall on Wednes
day evening. Prof, Andre and his -figures
w ere seen in a ventriloquist sketch,
and lit; Pedlow- gave a slmllar-''exhibl-tion.
There, were songs by Miss Stone,
William Scantlebury. Jr., Mr. Thornton,
and Mr, Couzins'. There was a reading
bv Miss Mabel Burch. The Silver Gleo
Club, of Metropolitan Baptist Church,
An additional section of sewerage has
been completed m Congress Heights by
1500 High-Class Goodyear .
Will Be Placed on Sale Beginning Today
At GREATEST MONEY-SAVING
PRICES EVER OFFERED
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S RAINCOATS
In nil (be .Neuexl Shndrs Full I.ookp "ul Claim Contx nt iNril lit
Heretofore $5.00 Now
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S IMPORTED SLIP-ONS,
CRAVENETTES AND SILK RUBBERIZED COATS
Jn all tor Nrttrnl Mind, Mamnrtl llh tbr I Urn Smiirl rn of
Ingllib Workmnrinlilp. A Large Annorlmrnt of Hlich (.racle Citntn,
I'rlcrd IlldlculniiHlj Lcm.
Heretofore $12.50 Now
Men's and Women's Cravenette and Gaberdine
Overcoats and Imported English Slip-ons,
"innrl, ( Ihnh ( ntt for l)r-n or Itniu, In n hh! nrlrl of cc(
Heretofore $20 Now
Boys' and Girls' English Slip-ons, Girls' Raincapes,
in Tan, Blue, and Red and Gray Stripes. Sizes 4 to 14 years.
$3.50 VALUES, $1.25 $5.00 VALUES, $1.95
Open Saturday Night Till 10 o'clock
909. F ST. N.W. 171
OM.Bfasonlc Temple Building
the District, whicli has installed 460 feet
of eight-incli terra "cotta stigr from
Vallejo place to High View place. ;
The change in the sjstcni of lighting
Nichols avenue between Anncbstia and
Congress Heights has left the .intersect
ing streets without any designation be
ing apparent, as the gas lamps have
been discontinued and electric lights
substituted Reque8ts-'from,AcitHsens, tor
street markers In Qtner-Biaces tnaif on
the street lamps were pending before
the Commissioners when Cthe system
was changed. The Commissioners have
replied to queries concering the matter
with the statement that they will plan
a sstem of street signs when the light
ing system has been completed.
U. of P. Vice Provost
J. II. Pcrriman. vice provost of Penn
sylvania University, addressed tho pu
pils of the Friends' Select School today
at 11:13 o'clock, giving a detailed de
scription of that university, its facili
ties, and its advantages. The lecture
was illustrated with lantern slides.
This is the second of a scries of lec
tures given by representatives of vari
ous colleges with a view of giving the
pupils, many of whom will go to col
lege within the next two years, an idea
as to which college to select. The first
lecture was given last week 'by Charles
Murray, representing Princeton Uni
versity. Women, Lovely Women
"Fair Tresses Man's Imperial Bacc
Ensnares," Says Pope.
The greatest of feminine attractions
is a beautiful head of luxuriant hair.
Glorious hair! Great poets have sung
its praises; artists have endeavored to
portray It accurately, but have seldom
Are you a woman?
Would you crown yourself with glor
ious hair? Would you add doubly to
your present attractiveness?
Then go to the drug counter and ask
for a bottle of Parisian Sage, the great
hair tonic and beautllier. A large bot
tle costs but SO cents, and in one week's
time It will change harsh, lustcrleES,
untidy hair into soft, silky and lux
uriant hair . ... .
Parisian Sago is fully guaranteed by
James O'Donnell "to stop falling hair.
cure dandruff -and itching of the scalp
in two weeks or money back.
It kills the microbes, that's how it
cures dandruff. It is a pleasant and In
vigorating hair dressing, and is not
sticky or greasy.
"I have used Parisian Sage two weeks
only, .yet in that time I find my hair
has wondcrfullylncrcascd in beauty,
thickness anf luxuriance. But what
surprised me most was the disappear
ance of all dandruff. It pleases mo to
recommend such an efficient remedy to
all my friends. Gratefully yours, Mrs.
Maud Hagar. 617 West 136th St,, New
For sale by .las. O'Donnell and at
drug stores and toilet' goods counters
Heretofore $10 Now
Heretofore $16 Now
Heretofore $28 Now
.Formerly t 93.3 F.$treet
Concert at National by Philadel
phia Orchestra and Belgian
Violinist Is Enjoyable.
Washington had for the first time the
privilege .of hearing stoukowski con
duct the- "Philadelphia orchestra yes,
terday, when a large audience greeted
him and" his organization in the Na
tional Theater in a program in which
Ysajethe Belgian violinist, assisted.
Mr. Stowkowskl is joung, almost
too joung, t seemed, until the audience
was acquainted with his uork. to be
leader of so Important a musical or
ganization as the Philadelphia Orches
tra. But as soon as the first orchestral
number was finished, the auestion of
doubt that had ailsen In the minds of
the audience was laid at rest, for
Stowkowskl showed himself a master
ful and finished conductor, and at the
close of the first number was tendered
"One of the best American orches--tral
conductors." musical America has
called him. "and certainly one of Its
most forceful musical-characters. His
ability maj not be more than that of
a thousand others, but his dogged per
sistency and perseverance has placed
him In the high place, and will place
him higher still."
Yesterday's program opened with the
There isvno suit and overcoat clearance in town
equal to this one. In addition to our own stock of
Kaufman made and Kaufman guaranteed suits, we
are offering our entire stock of
Hart Schaf f ner and Marx
Included is every wanted weave,trnade upn. the
smartest styles of the season..- -T-hey' have all been
gathered together in three lots.
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Suits and O'Coats
Formerly up to $15.00.
Now . . . $ff.25
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"Meistersinger"' overture, and the ang
inal interpretations of the brilliant
Joung orchestra leader showed unusu
ally .excellent judgment. As is 'usually
the case with the master violinists.
Ysaye played his own cadenzas In the
Concerto No. 2 by Viottl. Although the
applause was a direct tribute to the
violinist after this remrakable number,
he very justly accorded.thc greater part
of it to the orchestra, which had so
deftly followed him.
The same virility of leadership mark
ed the Interpretation of the Tiichal
kowski symphony. No. 5. E minor,
which is often handled with less of dlg
nlt. Of the Derformance vestcrday af
ternoon none but.the highest nralse can.
be given. The Saint-saens concerto In
B minor, nlayed by Ysaye. impressed
his hearers most forcibly and cmphatl
tally with his breadth, poise, and dis
tinction. His rendering of this number
was something- long to cherish in the
The work of an orchestra with such
a leader, coupled with .the solos of
so eminent and mature an artist made
an impression which it wilt be dif
ficult to equal In Hie future. F. Y.
Curtiss and Eiffel
Will Receive Medals
Iangley medals, an honorary decor
ation from the "Smithsonian Institution,
are to be awarded to Glenn H. Cur
tiss and to Gustave Eiffel, the French
engineer. Curtiss will be honored for
work In aeronautics, and Eiffel) builder
of the Eiffel tower, will be honored for
his engineering feats.
Medals were voted to these two men
at the February meeting of the rearents
nf the Smithsonian held yesterday. They
will be awarded May 6 at the meeting of
J the Aero Club of Washington.
Musicale ofr Blind.
A musicale -under the direction of
Thomas Evans Greene will be given at
the Congressional Library tonight fori
the blind Seats at these entertainments
are reserved for the blind and their es-
YOU ARE, GENTLEMEN
Suits and O'Coats
. Formerly ap to $2i50.
Now . . $1 ?.25
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933 Pennsylvania Ave. nSiWl
CKAKF.KR MARX KIK
The "cop" on the beat is valuable not so much because
of the "troubles" he breaks up as for those which merely
his presence PREVENTS.
Some people never think of the clcntist until severe
tooth troubles bring them to their senses. Yet the greatest
service a dentist can render is that of "guardianship" in
preventing pain and misery.
Your teeth should be carefully examined, thorough'y
cleaned, and all defects remedied at least twice a year. It's
a manual impossibility for YOU to clean your tcetli AS
THEY SHOULD BE CLEANED, and the best examination
YOU could make might not detect minor defects that should
be remedied at once to prevent greater troubles.
I am willing to make a most thorough .examination of
your teeth for you without any charge and tell you the ex
act truth about their condition.
, If repairs (or treatment) are needed, I have the facili
ties, the skill, and the experience that Will assure perfect
results, and my methods are gentle and sympathetic.
My prices arc moderate my terms easy. .
Five, operating rooms. Lady-attendant.
PR. WHITE, Pale6 Denti
407 Seventh. Street N. W. Opposite Wool worth's
liOUHSs 8)30 to . I SundHja 10 tu li Wed. and bat. Lntll S P. M. Paxine 31aln IB.
"Peace of .World,". He Says,
"Requires Upbuilding of
Powerful Fleet."" .
A demand for a big rtavy, backed
with a prediction .that'witlilnr five or
ten ycars';agsresslp8 will be attempt
ed which'? Mio ,Utiltet.State3;wliril)e
unwlllin'K'qand, wf& ihada't3yjsen
ator Hetiry'Cabot Lodge Ih?ah,' ad
dress before 'the Navy War -J College
extension" lecture class yesterday
afternoon at the National Museum.
"If the United States abandons "ts
policy of maintaining a powerful
navy, within hve years and certainly
within ttn years aggrtssions would
be made upen us which the American
people would not tolerate for a mo
ment. "For the peace of the country and
therefore of the world, a powerful
American navy Is absolutely essential.
No extravagance which can be- com
mitted will equal that of economizing
by reducing the navy."
The annual authorization of battle
ships should never fall below two.
said Senator Lodge, pointing to the
fact that the United States has al-
ready fallen rrom second to third
Place- among the big navies of the
Formerly up to ?30.00.c
Now . . $fi.25
Of INCREASED NAVY
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Gold Crowns, Bridgework;
$3, $4, $5. Fillings, 50c.
; .Arrow If -
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inferior people in a g
jj Pierce-Arrow Car. . g
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Washington, 1220 Connecticut avenue.
l'blUdelpbla. Market at ZIsU
" BiUlmarr. 810 North Charlea street.
I'rovldenc. 3)S"E'mwool avenue. j
- Wilmington. Gilpin avenue anil Jackson street.
S Newpcrt. Casino Terrace.-
fi Open Evenings During Carnival Week. L
at Does It Signify
won the First Prize for having the most beauti
fully decorated salesroom for Carnival Week?
I. rTl1JQ- That the entire. Buick or
', a5 ganization is imbued with
the spirit of doing things just a little "bit better
than anyone else. From the tiniest nut to the big
gest piece of steel in a Buick Car, every part is
made as if it were to be in competition for the
first prize with the world's best.
That'sMvhy we say "When Better Automo
biles Are- Built,- Buick-Will Build Them,"
See Our New 1913 Models
During Carnival Week
Buick Motor Co.
Factory Branch, 1028 Conn. Ave.
A Comprehensive Line of Various Types.
Drawing to a Close
Only two nights left for YOU to participate
in Carnival Week :: gala occasion among the
leading motor dealers of the city. All are keeping
"open house," have their salesrooms" beautifully dec
orated, and arc distributing valuable souvenirs. Then,
too, the Carnival gives autoists, and those interested in
automobiles, an opportunity to view the new 1913 cars
amid unusually pleasing conditions.
for a detailed account of present and future, events
during Carnival Week. Our automobile writers are
men of wide experience, and understand their subject
thoroughly. "Keep in touch" with The Washington
Times Automobile Pages.
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