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12 THE WASHINGTON HERALD FBIBAY FRiDAYFEEUARY FBIBAY EEBBTTABY 25 251910 1910
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S15QO 1500 1 Overcoats 8750 750
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2500 Overcoats 1250 1250S3000
S3000 3000 Overcoats 1500
53500 3500 Overcoats 1750
4000 Overcoats O vercoats is 2000 2000The 2000The 2000The
The Suits at Half Price areSelling are areSelling areS areSSelling
Selling Themselves ThemselvesIf
If your size is here youll want it Get in soon for forthere forj forthere
j there wont be many man left after tomorrow tomorrowMoneys tomorrowfMoneys tomorrowaMoneys
Moneys Worth or Money Back0 Back0D Back BackI BackD BackKAUFMAN
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No other store like it in the city cityMAYERS
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1227 and nd 1229 G Street StreetNEW StreetNEW
NEW PIANOS AT AUCTION AUCTIONTODAY AUCTIONTODAY AUCTIONTODAY
TODAY TODAYSale
Sale commences n1mences promptly at II oclock and covers a complete completeassortment completeassortn1ent completeassortment
assortment of the celebrated Story Clark instruments each of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which is fully warranted by the makers If you want a genuine genuinebargain genuinebargain genuinebargain
bargain here is your opportunity opportunitySALE opportunitySALE opportunitySALE
SALE NEW FURNITURE FURNITURESaturday FURNITURESaturday FURNITURESaturday
Saturday Morning Commencing at 11 of o oclock oclockA Clock ClockA
A selected assortment of Fine Furniture direct from manu manufacturers manufacturers manufacturers ¬
facturers Many Iany a home has been furnished elegantly at moderate moderatecost moderatecost moderatecost
cost through our salesrooms Visitors always welcome welcomeWilson welcomeWiaon I
Wilson Mayers M yers Manufacturers Manufactur rs Auctioneer 1227 and nd 1229 G Street
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RITES FOR ME SLOAN TODAY TODAYMasonic TODAY1rftJlonlc TODAYatasonlc
Masonic Lodge Will Send Delegation DelegratloI Delegationto n
to Funeral ServiceAttended Service ServiceAttended SerTlceAttended
Attended by delegations from St Johns JohnsMasonic 1ohnsrasonlc John JohnMssonic s
Masonic Lodge the Oldest Inhabitants InhabitantsSBocIatlon InhabitantsAssociation
Association the board of directors of the theDistrict theDistrict th thDistrict e
District National Bank and other societies so societies socleties ¬
cieties the funeral services for Charles CharlesG Charl CharlG
G Sloan will be held this morning at 11 11oclock 11oclock 1 1oclock 1
oclock at the Church of the Epiphany EpiphanyRev EpiphanyRev EpiphanyRev
Rev George F Lindsay pastor of St StStephens StStephens S SStephens t
Stephens Episcopal Church will offi officiate officiate oilelate ¬
ciate ciateInterment ciateInterment elateInterment
Interment will be in the family familylot familylot famtl famtllot Y
lot at Beltsville Md Mr Sloans birth birthplace birthplace birthplace ¬
place A car will leave the Treasury at a t
1215 oclock oclockto to accommodate friends who whowill whow11l wh whwill °
will attend the burial services servicestr
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50 50IS 5000 5000IS
IS WHAT THIS METHOD METHODOF METHODOF METHODOF
OF SHOE REPAIRING REPAIRINSSAVES REPAIRINGSAVES REPAIRINGWHOLE
SAVES YOU YOUWHOLE yOUWHOLE
WHOLE SOLES SOLESAND SOLESAND SOLESMAND
MAND AND HEELS HEELSMeans HEELSMeans
Means eans new life to old shoes shoesYou shoesYou shoesYou
You cant appreciate how per perfect perfect perfect ¬
fect shoe repairing can be beYou beYou beYou
You cant tell shoes repaired repairedthis repairedthis repairedthis
this way from new newLET newLET newLET
LET US SHOW YOU YOUWHOLE YOUI YOOWHOLE
I WHOLE SOLES AND HEELS HEELSEntire HEELSUEntire HEELSEntire
Entire new bottoms instead insteadof illstcadof ailsteado
of o f half solesSHOES soles solesMEMS solesMENS
MEMS SHOES SHOESSHOES 150 150LADIES 150LADIESSHOES
LADIES LADIESSHOES SHOES 125 125BONT 125DONT a aDONT
DONT MISS THIS SPECIAL SPECIALOFFER SPECIALOFFER SPECIALOFFER
OFFER GOOD FOR F9R ONE WEEK WEEKTHIS WEEKTHIS WEEKTHIS
THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 25cIf 25c 25cIf 25cI
If I accompanied by order for forwhole forwhole forwhole
whole soling and heeling heeling1N
N B BThis This applies only to tomens tomens tomens
mens and womens shoes andmust and andmust andmust
must be used before March 4 4National 4National 4National
National Shoe Mfg Mfgand Mfgand Mfgand
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WAGNER AGiER SCOUTS IDEA IDEARai1iug IDEARailing
Railing on Engines b bBe Would WouldBe ould ouldBe
Be Dangerous He Says SaysNOW SajsNOW SaysNOW
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NOW EQUIPPED WITH STRAPS STRAPSSuggestion STRAPSSuggcstion
Suggestion to Commissioners Comml Jlloners Not NotFavored Kotlltnorcd
Favored by Department Head HeluJRcc HeluJRccommend HeadReeomnaends Rec Recommend ¬
ommend All Engines Be Provldedwith Provided Providedwith IlroddednUh
with Double Seats So than Can CanHide CanIUdeBeslde CanRide
Hide IUdeBeslde Beside the DriverIn Driver DriverIn DrIverIn
In connection with the accidental deathof death deathof deathot
of William Catop a fireengine driver onFebruary on onFebruary onFebruary
February 14 W V Scantlebury of Anacos Anacostla AnacostIa Anacostia
tIa has written the Commissioners and andsuggested andsuggested
suggested the placing of a rail on the thefront thefront thefront
front of the engines to protect the drivers driversChief driversChIef driversChief
Chief Wagner yesterday declared a railwould rail railwould ranwould
would be Impracticable as it would inter interfore Interfere Interfore
fore with the driver drIverand and prevent the ttieproper tlieproper theproper
proper control of tho horses Ho stated statedthat statedthat
that each engine engl e in the department departmeut is isequipped isequipped isequipped
equipped with straps straps for the drivers use useStraps useStrulHJ useStraps
Straps Prove Dangerous DangerousHe Dal1gerouHe
He further stated he would not recom recommend recommend recommend ¬
mend that drivers bo compelled to strap strapthemselves strapthemselves strapthemselves
themselves In their seats as a compari comparison comparison comparison ¬
son of the records show that while somefrlvers some someUrivers somerIvers
Urivers rIvers have been thrown from their en engines engines engines ¬
gines because of the absence of straps strapsan strapsan strapsan
an equal number have been killed or in injured tnjured injured ¬
jured on account of being strapped intheir in intheir Intheir
their place and being unable to release releasethemselves releasethemselves releasethemselves
themselves In time of accident accidentChief accidentChief accidentChief
Chief Wagner recommended re recommended < ommended that all fire fireengines fireen fireengines
engines en sines be provided with double seats soa so soa soa
a man can ride beside the driver and the theliability theliability theliability
liability of accident considerably reduced reducedHe reducedHe reducedHe
He said all engines purchased by the Dis District District Dtstrict ¬
trict in the last five years have been provlded pro provided prolded ¬
vided lded with double seats and other engines enginesnot enginesnot enginesnot
not to E > O equipped will be altered as rapidly rapidlyas
as the funds available for the purpose will willpermit wll1permit
permit permitPIONEER permitPIONEER permitPIONEER
PIONEER RESIDENT DEAD DEADWilliam DEADVIlUam
William Henry Clifford Victim Victim of ofCardlao ofCardiac ofcardiac
Cardiac Trouble TronhleFuneral TroubleFuneral TroubleFuneral
Funeral services for William Henry HenryGafford HenryGafford HenryGafford
Gafford a pioneer resident of Washington Washing Washington Washington ¬
ton who died Wednesday morning will willbo willbo willbe
bo held Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock at attho atthe
tho family residence 1019 Wisconsin ave avenue avenue avenue ¬
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nue Burial will follow in Rock CreekCemetery Creek CreekCemetery CreekCemetery
Cemetery CemeteryPallbearers CemeteryPallbearers CemeteryPallbearers
Pallbearers to be chosen from among amongmembers amongmembers amongmembers
members of the Oldest Inhabitants Asso Association Association Association ¬
ciation of which Mr Gafford was wasmember a amember amember
member have not yet been selectedMr selected selectedMr selectedMr
Mr Gafford lived in this city for morethan more morethan moretitan
than forty years being born near nearChurchill nearChurchill nearChurchill
Churchill Queen Anne County Md October Oc October OcI ¬
I tober 17 1S34 He was assistant superin superintendent superintendent ¬
tendent of Oak Hill Cemetery and at odd oddtimes oddtimes oddtimes
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times was superintendent of the old oldGraceland oldGraceland of ofGraceland d
Graceland Cemetery and the Woodlawn WoodlawnCemetery WoodlawnCemetery WoodlawCemetery n
Cemetery CemeteryDeath CemeteryDeath CemeteryDeath
Death came after a short illness of ofcardiac otcardiac o ocardiac f
cardiac troubles He Is survived by byson a ason ason
son William who left his father four fouryears toureara fou fouyears r
years eara ago and has not been heard fromfor from fromfor tromfor
for several months monthsPLEADS monthsPLEADS monthsPLEADS
PLEADS FOR SCHOOL CHILD CHILDProf CHILDProf CHILDProf
Prof 31cMarrny 11 of Colombia Unl Unlvcrslty UnlI Untvereity
vcrslty > Lectures on Teaching TonchlnjrWhat Teach1naWhat TeachingWhat
I What is good teaching was the sub subject subject subof ¬
ject of a lecture given Wednesday even evenIng evenIng evenlug
Ing at Business High School by Prof ProfFrank ProtoFrank ProfFrank
Frank McMurray McMurra head Instructor i iEnglish in inEnglish in inEnglish n
English at Columbia University New NewYork NewYork Ne NeYork w
York City CityThere ClOpThere CityThere
There Is too much of the wisdom of ofthe orthe o othe t
the teacher shown In the schools today todaysaid todaysaid todaysaid
said Prof Pro McMurray The child fails t to tohave tohave o
have an opportunity to express his own ownopinion ownopinion ow owopinion n
opinion of things he should be given a apart apart
part in the elimination of those ideas ideaswhich Ideaswhich idea ideawhich s
which are wholly of a n disInteresting dllnterestingvalue disInterestingvalue dtstnterestin dtstnterestinvalue g
value to him and should be cultivated to tothe tothe t U
the power of being able to judge in the theselection theselection th thselection e
selection of the Important things and the theneglect thenegleot th thneglect e
neglect of the unessential unessentialIt
It is bad for the child child to be allowed to toswallow toswallow t U U8wIIA0w
swallow everything ever thing his or her teacher teachersays teachersa teachesays r
says sa s They should not hesitate to ask askquestions askquestions as k
questions when something Is told the thethat them themthat themthat m
that they do not understand This is the thogreatest thegreatest th e
greatest of all faults in the American Americanschools Americansohools Americaschools n
schools and the teacher should stop try tryIng tr trIng
Ing to discover the limited knowledge of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the pupils for the mere purpose of gradlug grad grading gradIng ¬
ing them but be open to questions from fromthe fromthe frog frogthe n
the entire class more often then has been beenthe beenthe bee beethe n
the practice In the past pastIRVING pastmvmn pastIRVING
IRVING STREET HOUSE SOLD SOLDW SOLDw SOLDW
W C Kremkau Pays 375O for forRe forResidence a aResilience
Resilience Re hlence Recently Completed CompletedWlllige CompletedWllUge CompletedWflllge
Wlllige Gibbs 8 Daniel have sold for forGeorge forGeorge fo foGeorge r
George P Newton one of the new colonial co colonial colonial ¬
lonial brick houses just completed on onthe onthe o othe n
the north side of Irving street between betweenthe between betweenthe betweethe n
the Soldiers Home grounds and Warder Wtirdestreet Warderstreet Wnrderstre6t r
street northwest The premises premls premises s sold 449 449Irving 419IrvIng 44 44Irving 3
Irving street has six spacious rooms roomstiled roomsttled roomstiled
tiled bath and Is heated by furnace turn ace It Ithas Ithas I Ihas t
has a massive colonial porch across the thefront thetron th thfront e
front frontThe tron frontThe t tThe
The house occupies a lot twenty feet feetwide fe fee feewide t twIde
wide by a depth of ninety feet William WilliamC Willi WilliC
C Kremkau the purchaser urchaser will occupy occupythe occupythe occu occuthe
the premises It is understood that that3ToO tha tha3T0 t
3750 was paid for the property The Thehouses Thehouses Th Thhouses e
houses In question have an unusually unusuallypicturesque unusuallypicture unusual unusualpicturesque Y
picturesque picture que outlook toward the southextending south southextending southextending
extending over the Howard University Universityreservoir Universityreservoir
reservoir and the surrounding area which whichwill whichw1I1 whichwill I
will be embraced within McMillan Park ParkIt ParkIt ParkIt
It Is expected that sidewalks will be im immediately Immediately irttmediately ¬
mediately laid connecting these houses houseswith houseswith housewith s
with Georgia avenue A new row of Roman Ro Roman Roman ¬
man brick dwellings is now being erected erectedeast erect erecteast < 1 1cast
east of these housesWife houses housesWife housesVIte
Wife Demands Alimony AlimonyMargaret AUmoBYMargaret AlimonyMargaret
Margaret E Eo Mathews yesterday broughsuit brought broughtsuit bro ht htsuit t
suit against Holmes B Mathews for forlimited forlimited fo folimited r
limited divorce alleging cruelty and nd non nonsupport nonsupport non nonsupport
support They were married June 4 1900at 1900 1900at 1900at
at Baltimore and have three children childrenMathews childrenMathews childrenMathews
Mathews Is alleged to be a 0 clerk In the themoney themoney th thmoney e
money order division of the city post postoffice po postoffice t toffice
office drawing a salary of 100 a n month monthPlaintiff monthPlalntItr month monthPlaintiff
Plaintiff asks the court for the custody custodyof custod custodof Y
of the children and alimony alimonyMay al1mony1la alimonyNay
May 1la Solve Rational Xntlon l Question QuestionA estlon estlonA
A test case begun yesterday yesterd y in the thePolice thePollce th thPolice e
Police Court before Judge Mullowny ma masolve may maysolve maysolve Y
solve for the United States government governmentthe governmentthe governmenthe t
the question What is Ice cream The Thodefendant Thedefendant Th Thdefendant
defendant is Joseph J BIschof a n baker bakerand bakerand bakeand r
and confectioner at 1339 H street northeast north northeast northeast ¬
east who is charged with violating the thepure thepure tlt S Spure
pure food and drug act of June June30 SO 1906 1306The 1906The 1906The
The government is endeavoring to t obtain obtaina obtaf obtafa n
a conviction on which future prosecu prosecutions prosecutions prosecutions ¬
tions may be based basedLectures basedLecture basedLectures
Lectures on Dante DaateMgr DteMgr DanteMgr
Mgr Thomas J Shahan delivered the theseventh theseventh th S Sseventh
seventh lecture in the midwinter course courseat courseat couraat e
at the Catholic University Unlverslt University yesterday His Hisaddress HISaddress HI HIaddress s
address was on the Life and works of ofDante ofDante o oDante t
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fants of WashingtonThe Washington WashingtonThe VnllhlngtonThe
The apparatus purchased by NathaStraus Nathan NathanStraus NathanStraus n
Straus In Heidelberg was yesterday yesterdaytransferred yesterdaytransterred yesterdaytransferred
transferred to the building where it is t tbe to tobe tobe °
be erected end n nd within a fortnight Miss MissHum Dfis DfisHumn MIssHurn s
Hum and Mrs Mabel Whitmer who ar arrepresettng are arerepreseting arereprosetlng e
represeting Mr Straus here hope to tohave tohave t thave °
have the plant In full operation for fur furnishing furnishing furishing ¬
nishing n a perfect milk supply to all the theInfants theInfants th thInfants e
Infants in Washington Washington The office an anplant and andplant andplant d
plant will be located in the Builders Ex Exchjinge Exnge Exu
chjinge c u angs nge 1319 H street where a n force o oemployee of ofemployes otemploes fw f
employee will bo b put to work tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning to morro morromorning w
morning morningIt
It is the desire of Mr Straus repre representatives representaUes representathas ¬
sentatives acting under his personal in instruction instruotion instruotten ¬
struction to cooperate with local organi organizations organIzations organtsmttons ¬
zations including the Visiting Nurse So Society socIety 80clety ¬
ciety and the Associated Assoolot d Charities The Theenterprise TheenterprIse Tluenterprise
enterprise is charitable In character and andis nndis an anis d
is designed < i primarily to reduce infant infantmortality Infantmortality Wien Wienmortality t
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mortality While the contract for the milk milksupply milksupply mil milsupply k
supply has not been made Miss Hum expacts ex expects expeets ¬
pacts to sell milk at tho same prices a as asprevail asprevail I Iprevail
prevail for raw milk milkOSTEOPATHY mllkOSTEOPATHY milkOSTEOPATHY
OSTEOPATHY BILL APPROVEDCommissioners APPROVED APPEOVEDCommissioner APPROVEDCommissioners
Commissioners Recommend Several SeveralAmendment SeernlJmendment SevernAmendments 1
Amendment to Legislation LegislationProposed Lelrl latlon latlonProposed
Proposed legislation to regulate the thepractice thepractice th e 1
practice of osteopathy and to license licenseosteopathlc licenseosteopathic
osteopathic physicians in the District yes yesterday yo yoterday yesterday ¬
terday received the Commissioners ap approyaL approyat
proyat proyaLThe proyatThe
The Commissioners Commls loners recommended sew several Sf Sferal ¬
eral amendments to the bill one of which whichprovides whichprovIdes whit whitprovides h
provides that all osteopathic physicians physiciansshall physicIansBhall physiclanshall
shall be subject to the same rules an and andregulations andregulations d I Iregulations
regulations affecting other physicians ph sIclans re regarding regarding r rgarding ¬
garding death certificates and the public publichealth publichealth publichealth
health except they will not be permitted permittedto permltteto d
to treat contagious diseases nor adminis administer admInister administer ¬
ter drugs or medicines except except in emer emergencies emergencles emergentles ¬
gentles They cannot treat maternity maternitycases materntt maternttcases aternttycases Y
cases casesA casesA casesA
A board of five osteopathic examiners examinersIs C
Is provided for In the bill and all persons personsdesiring personsdesirIng I
desiring to practice will 111 be required t tpass to topass topass o
pass an examination and obtain a n license licenseA
A penalty of from E50 50 to X00 500 00 or imprtsonmoat imprison imprisonmont Imprlsonmont
mont or both fine and imprisonment Is Isprovided IsprovIded
provided for practicing without a license licenseAnother licenseAnother
Another amendment recommended by bythe bythe b y
the Commissioners is s that the course a of ofstudy f
study shall be thirtytwo months Instead Insteadtwentyseven d
of twentyseven months m nths as at present presentPERSONAL
PERSONAL TAX PROTESTED PEOTESTEDArmy
Army Arm and Navy n Officers ers Claim Rule RnleHas
Has Been Violated ViolatedArmy ViolatedArmy
Army and navy officers living in Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington made a protest yesterday because becausethe becausethe o
the board of personal tax appraisers appraisersmade appralscrsmade s
made an assessment on their personal personalprpoerty personalprpoerty persona 1
prpoerty prpoertyIt
It is said that it has not been the rule ruleheretofore ruleheretofore rul rulheretofore e
heretofore to assess officers on the theground theground thE thEground e
ground they were transient and not notpermanent notpermanent no i
permanent residents but members a of ofthe orthe i
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the board declare this is not the case caseand caseand caseand e
and that the taxes have been assessed assessedthis assessedthis assess assessthis
this year the same aa In other years yearsJUSTICE year5JUSTIOE
JUSTICE CLAUDE DEAD DEADResident DEADResident
Resident of Chevy Chose Expire ExpireAfter ExpireAfter ExpireAfter s
After Brief Illness IllnessDennis IllnenDennis
Dennis Claude justice of the peace at atChevy atChevy a aChevy t
Chevy Chase died yesterday r after a brief briefillness brIefIllness f
illness He was a native of Annapolis AnnapolisMd AnnapolisMd °
Md Md and a graduate of St Johns Col College College ¬
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He came to Washington sixteen years yearsago cars carsago s
ago to Join his son Herbert Claude Ho Hovras Hewas H e
was seventyeight years old and a man manof manof m mof
of fine character His WIre who sur survives survives ¬
vives him is s seriously ill illThe IllThe illThe
The Choicest Spring Blooms BloomsGudes BloomsGudas
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Railway Ranw Y Company Sued SuedElizabeth SnedElizabeth SuedElizabeth
Elizabeth I L Brockson yesterday brought broughtsuit broughtBUIt broughsuit t
suit against the Anacostla and Potomac PotomacRiver PotomaoRiver PotomaRiver o
River Railroad Company to Pete recover ym
114000 10000 damages for alleged serious s rous and andpermanent andpermanent an d
permanent Injuries Plaintiff alleges th thon that thaton thaton at
on November 17 last while a 0 passenger passengeron passengeon r
on a n car of the company on Eleventh Eleventhand Eleventhand Eteventand h
and G streets northwest and in the act actof actor a aof et
of leaving the car the same suddenly suddenlystarted sUddenlystarted suddenl suddenlstarted y
started throwing her violently to th the theground thegrouOd e
ground causing serious rlous and permanent permanentInjuries permanentInjuries nt
Injuries InjuriesFreshcut InjuriesFresh injuriesFreshcat
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c Reasonable prices Shaffer 14th S SLOCAL I ILOCAL L LLOCAL
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONEXCTTRSIONS MENTIONEXCURSIONS
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Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Company Companysteamers Companysteamers s
steamers from flCllI1 foot of Seventh street for Old Point Pot PotComfort ° t
Comfort and Norfolk daily at 645 p p m mSteamer mSteamer mSteamer
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Kensington KenrinztoaAdvance Kenlnilo1Adnn KensingtonAdvance
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TRYING T FOR RECORD RECORDYW RECORDYv
YW Y W C L Volunteers in a aWhirlwind aWIlilhvind aWhirlvind
Whirlwind Campaign CampaignPENNIES CalnpaignPENNIES CampaignPENNIES
PENNIES BEING SOLICITEDromoters SOLICITED SOLICITEDPromoter
1 1lromoter
Promoter P of Enterprise to Raise RnlseFund Ra1leFund RaiseFund
Fund for Vacation Ioitic at Cherry Cherrydale Cbcrrydale Cherrydale
dale Vn a Hope to Begin Building BuildingOperation BundlnGOlJeratiol1IJby BuildingOperations
Operation OlJeratiol1IJby by the Middle of March MarchFeatures MarciaFeatures larchleature
Features for Outdoor RecreationLed Recreation RecreationLed llecreatlonLed
Led by y Miss Imogene James president presidentof
of the Outdoor Club and Miss I1ss Mildred J JBarthlow JBnrthlow JBIIrthlow
Barthlow tho whirlwind campaign of the theYoung theYoung theYoung
Young Womens Christian Association Associationfor AssociationCor Associationor
for f or tho raising of Q 5000 between now and andMarch andMarch andMarch
March 10 is on in earnest Headed by bythe b bthe bythe
the captains the 100 volunteers are vy vying yyIng vying ¬
ing with each other in an effort to make makea
a record retardIt recordIt recordIt
It Is tho desire of the association t9begin ty tybegin Wbegin
begin work on the vacation home by themiddle the themiddle themiddle
middle of March Failure to raise the thenecessary thenccessary thenecessary
necessary money by the date specified specifiedwould specifiedwould specifiedwould
would endangor the enterprise and pre prevent prevent prevent ¬
vent the building from being available availablefor avaUablefor availableor
for f or use this summer summerImpress summerIUlIreall summerItupress
Impress Upon People PeopleIt
It Is the desire of those in charge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the enterprise to Impress upon the people peopleof peopleoC peopleof
of Washington that the use of this prop property property property ¬
erty will not be confined to members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Y W V C A but that any girl In Inbusiness Inbusiness inbusiness
business in this city may rimy obtain quarters quartersthare quartersthere quartersthere
there tharePrimarily therePrimarily therePrimarily
Primarily it Is designed to be a house houseof houseot houseof
of education along the lines of hygiene hygieneand
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and sanitation but there will be recrea recreation recreation ¬
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tion In n abundance including the enjoy enjoyment enjoyment i
ment of a n hockey hocke field which Dr Tabor TaborJohnson
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Johnson is having laid out on his own ownground ownground
ground at Cherrydale Cher Ydale and the use u e of ofhis ofhis I Ihis
his tennis courts which he has placed at attheir attheir
their disposal disposalAn dIsposalAn I
An important feature will be a largo largooutdoor j joutdoor
outdoor sleeping room with accommoda accommodations accommodations aacommodalions ¬
tions for ten beds suitably screenedrxbut screenedrxbutpermitting screened but butpermitting butpermitting
permitting free access aC oss of or air It is the thehope thehope
hope of the promoters that they will be beenabled beenabled beenabled
enabled by this educative measure to toimpress toImpress toimpress
impress upon the girls of the city the themany themany I Imany
many advantages to be derived from this thispractice thispractlco thispractice
practice practiceThe practlcoThe practiceThe
The cost of o boarding at the establishmeat establish establishment establIshment ¬
ment will barely cover the expense of ofrunning orrunning
running It without taking into consideralion considera consideration consideration ¬
tion tho amount of the original Invest Investment Investment ¬
ment It Is hoped that the figure can be beplaced beplaced beplaced
placed at 5 a a week w ck or oven less lessFurthermore lessFurthermore lessFurthermore
Furthermore provision Is made for one oneroom operoopl oneroon
room roopl for which no charge will be madeIt made madeIt madeIt
It is designed as a n means of affording affordingrejuvenation affordingrejuenaUon afordin afordinrejuvenation 8
8e
rejuvenation to girls who may be on the thepoint thepoint th thpoint e
point of a B breakdown but who are not notable ntable
able to pay for a n short vacation away awayfrom awayfrom awn awnfrom
from home Where this room will 11l be lo located 10eated hoor ¬
cated or who are the recipients of Its Usbenefits Itsbenefits
benefits will be known only to the mana monaers manaers manaors
ers of the Vacation House and these thesegirls thesegirls thosegirls
girls will move freely among the pay payboarders payboarders pa paboarders y
boarders of the establishmentMuch establishment establishmentMuch establishmentMuch
Much interest has already been aroused arousedin arousedIn arouse arouseIn d
in this feature of the enterprise and one oneof oneof on
of the members s of the firm of Golden Goldenberg Goldenberg
berg has claimed the privilege of furnish furnishing turnIshIng furnishfill ¬
ing this room roomEvery roomEvery roomEvery
Every means has been adopted to prevent pre prevent prevent ¬
vent the campaign fronv fro1 fro becoming an an annoyance annoanee anto ¬
noyance to local business busts ss men and andset a aset aset
set of rules is handed each authorized authorizedsolicitor authcrl7 autherl7esolicitor d dsoUoltor
solicitor together with a subscription subscriptionbook subcrlptlonbook L
book and a book of receipts receiptsSubscription receiptsSnbscrliJtJon receiptsSubscription
Subscription from TeacherMiss Teacher TeacherHiss TeneherMiss
Miss Sayre one of the secretaries of ofthe otthe o i
the association has been especially im impressed Impressed impressed ¬
pressed with one of the subscriptions re received recalved e ecelved ¬
calved Following the first announce announcement announcemen announcemeat ¬
meat men of the movement a n note waseeived was re received received ¬
ceived asking for particulars regarding regardingIt regardlntt g
It It In replying the writer was invited invitedto imttedto d
to have lunch with the associations offi officer officer ¬
cer at the headquarters and there the theplan theplan th e
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plan was unfolded to her in all its de details dltaUs d dtails e ¬
j tailsShe tails tailsShe taUsShe
She said she was a disabled teacher teacherthat teacherthat I Ithat
that several years ago an incident hap happened happened ¬
pened In her life for which in tltankin tltankinGod thanking thankingGod thankingGod g
God she set aside a a certain sum as asdonation a adonation adonation
donation to some appealing charity an anthat and andthat andthat 1d 1n d
that she felt the time for this donation donationhad donationhad n
had now arrived Her name was accord accordingly accordIngly ¬
ingly added to the list for J50 J50MOVES 50 50MOVES
MOVES INTO NEW OFFICES OFFICESLloyd OFFICESLloTd
Lloyd Steamship Com Company panT ChanGe ChangesBranch s
Branch to Fourteenth Street StreetNew StreetNew l
New and more commodious offices at 715 715Fourteenth 715Fourteenth 71 71Fourteenth
Fourteenth street northwest were occu occupied occupied occupied ¬
pied yesterday by the Washington branch branchof branchof branchof
of the North German Lloyd Steamship SteamshipCompany SteamshipCompany SteamshipCompany
Company CompanyThe CompanyThe CompanyThe
The old offices at F street did not offer offersufficient offersufficient offersufficient
sufficient business space and were va vacated vacated ¬
cated in favor of the new location where wheretho wherethu wherethtr
tho great transAtlantic line representa representatives representaUcs ¬
fives will have spacious headquarters headquartersD
+ D A R IN NEW ROME HOMHeadquarters ROMEIeadquarters HOLEheadquarters
Headquarters of Society Now in Con Continental Continental Gontlnental ¬
tinental Menioral Hall HallHandsome lIal1Handsome hailHandsome
Handsome offices In Continental Me Memorial Memorlal Momortal ¬
mortal Hall were occupied yesterday by bythe bythe bythe
the Daughters of the American Amerl n Revolu Revolution Revolution Revolution ¬
tion tho old quarters In the WashingtonLoan WashingtonLoan Washington WashingtonLoan
Loan and Trust Company Building B ldlng being beingvacated beingvacated beingvacated
vacated after fourteen years occupancyMrs occupancy occupancyMrs occupancyMrs
Mrs Mathew T Scott president general generalof generalof
of the society personally supervised the thework thework
work of removal removalThe removalThe
The new building erected by the D A AR AR
R at a cost of 500000 is now practically practicallycomplete practlcal1ycomplete
complete The offices of the headquarters headQuartersat
of the society will be located In a n suite suiteand sultoand
and all business will m bo b transacted there thereThe thereThe
The headquarters of the American AmericanMonthly AmericanMonthly
Monthly Magazine the official organ ofthe of ofthe Ofthe
the D A R will also be located In Con Continental Continental ¬
tinental Memorial HalL HalLBenefit HallBenefit
Benefit Show for Crew CrewOfficers CrewOfficers CrewOfficers
Officers of the Georgetown University UniversityGlee UniversityGlee UniversityGlee
Glee Club will be elected Sunday andarrangements and andarrangements antIarrangements
arrangements for the presentation of a amusical amusical amusical
musical comedy The Battle of CrazyCreek Crazy CrazyCreek CrazyCreek
Creek at the Belasco Theater will bemade be bemade bemade
made The club was formed Wednesday WednesdayThe WednesdayThe WednesdayThe
The proceeds of the comedy which will willbe willbe
be directed by Waldo R Fearce who Is Isits IsIts
its author going toward defraying the theexpenses theexpenses
expenses of the crew crewDr crewDr crewDr
Dr Egan EgnnVUI Will Lecture LectureMaurice LectureMaurIce
Maurice Francis Egan United StatesMinister States StatesMinister StatesMinister
Minister Minister to Denmark will make an ad address address address ¬
dress tomorrow night at the UniversityClub University UniversityClub UniversityClub
Club The entertainment committee committeewhich committeewhich
which has charge of the programme con consists consists consilts ¬
sists of Claude N Bennett chairman chairmanMarshall chaIrmanMarshall chairmanMarshall
Marshall O Leighton and John Joy JoyEdson JoyEdson JoyEdson
Edson jr
Hearing on OystersThe Oysters OystersThe OtersThe
The board of food and drug inspection inspectionOf
Of the Department of Agriculture will willhold winhold willhold
hold a general hearing on the subject ofoysters of ofoysters otoysters
oysters next Tuesday morning at 10 oclock oclockin oclockIn
in the Bureau of Chemistry 216 Thirteenth Thirteenthctreet Thirteenthtreet Thirteenthstreet
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