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During the heated term store closes at 5 oclock except Saturdays Saturdaysatl SaturdaysatlAnnual Saturdaysat1Annual at 1 1Annual
Annual September SaleHIS SileMetl Sale Si1eMetal
Metal Beds and Bedding BeddingT
HIS sale like our other annual events is also one of importance because of its close rela relationship relationship relationship
T tionship to Furniture and Rugs in the furnishing of the home and of the excellent values valuesoffered valuesoffered valuesoffered
offered offeredEvery offeredEvery offeredf
f Every bed in this sale has a name behind it is made by reputable manufacturers who take takepride takepride takepride
pride in their output and all are of the latest patterns patternsThe patternsThe patternsThe
The Brass Beds are finished with the best English lacquer insuring a permanent and durable durablefinish durablefinish durablefinish
finish the Iron Beds are covered with five coats coa of enamel baked on which gives them a bright brightattractive brightattractive brightattractive
attractive appearance Besides complete lines there are a number of oneofakind designs used on onour onour onour
our floors for display purposes and which represent unusual values valuesAs valuesAs valuess
As s particularly interesting we mention the following following2inch following2inch following2inch >
2inch Brass Beds continuous posts S1975 1975 Value 2750 27502inch 27502inch 27502inch
2inch Brass Beds continuous posts 2475 24 75 Value 53500 535002inch 35002inch 35 00 002inch
2inch Brass Beds Colonial posts 2750 27 50 Value 3750 37502inch 37 50 502inch J J2inch
2inch Brass Beds square posts 84750 4750 Value S6000 S60002inch 6000 60002inch 60002inch
2inch Brass Beds square and round posts p2250 2250 Value 3000 30002inch 30002inch f f2inch
2inch Brass Beds 1075 10 75 Value 1350 13502inch 13502inch 13 50 502inch
2inch Brass Beds 975 Value 51250 51250Iron 1250 1250Iron
3 Iron Beds BedsWhite White Enamel En rnel Finish Finish1inch FinishIinch Finish1inch
1inch Iron Beds 400 to 950 Values 5500 500 to 1400 1400li2inch 1400l
li2inch l ½ inch Iron Beds 800 to 1200 Values 1000 to 1750 17502inch I7502inch 17502inch
2inch Iron Beds 81250 1250 to SIB50 1850 Values 51750 1750 to 2250 2250Special 2250Speci 2250Specia1
Special Speci l White Enameled En meled Beds with 1inch posts and brass trimmings
750 each eachLL
eachHair Hair llai and Felt Mattress Mattressesh s sALL
LL the Hair Mattresses offered in this sale were w re made up u in our ou own workrooms thus in insuring insuring insuring ¬
ALL suring to our patrons superior construction as well as first quality materials The Felt FeltMattresses Felt1rlattresscs FeltMattresses
Mattresses are made of clean white felt put together in closely pressed presse layers and COy covered COycred coyered ¬
ered with the best quality ticking These were all made up during the dull months July and Au August August August ¬
gust in order to keep our workmen busy busyhence hence we are able to offer them at very ver attractive attractiveprices nttmctiveprices attractiveprices
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4i2ft 4 ½ ft Hair Mattresses 51000 1000 to 84000 4000 40004ft
4ft 4 ½ ft Felt Mattresses 5800 800 to SI850 SI850W 1850 1850W 150w
W J Ls Special Felt Mattresses 1250 each eachEMMS eachsa eachSscssioUtrCM
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Supreme Vice ioe Chancellor Thomas ThomasCarling J JCarting JCaning
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received with much applause applauMPreeident applauMPreeidentwnlttuR President PresidentWilliam PresidentW1111a4n
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friendly feeling fHlI toward the Pythian P thlan or order order order ¬
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the District government and nd Grand Gra d Mas Master 1Ialltor Master ¬
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WILL LEAVE TODAY TODAYi TODAYCommission TODAYCommission TODAYommissioii i
Commission ommissioii to Attend Cenl Cenlteimial Cen Centennial Cciiteunial
teimial Celebration CelebrationThe
The commission named by b Congress Con reM to torepresent torepr toreproesat
represent repr nt this government at the centen centennial centenalai centennial ¬
nial celebration celebraUonto to be held in Mexico MexicoCity Meh MexicoCity 1 1City
City next month will depart today The Theparty Theputy Theparty
party assembled ombled last night nl ht at the WH WHlard WIlard 11 11lard ¬
lard will be made up as foiows foiowsSenators tooPossenators foiowsSenators
Senators Overman or North Carolina CarolinaGuggenheim CaronnaGuaenJaeim arohlna arohlnaGuenbeIm
Guggenheim of Colorado Crawford of ofSouth ofSouth ofSouth
South Dakota Representatives Repre ntaUYM Foster Foetec of ofVermont ofVermont ofVermont
Vermont Stayden of Texas Oenby of ofMichigan oCIlchlpn ofMichigan
Michigan Judge James W Yo Gerard or the theSupreme theSupreme theSupseme
Supreme Court of the State of New Newlork Nowtork Nework
lork ork Gen Harrison Oray Otis Ot of Call California Ca1Itomla Calllocale ¬
locale and Charles Alexander Rook ot otPennsylvania otPennsrlvatlla otPennsylvanIa
Pennsylvania Some are to bo accom accompanied accompanied accompanled ¬
panied by their wives wivesFormer wneFormer wivesFormer
Former Gov Go Curtis Guild of Masse Massachusetts MaM8chu MassechusetLa ¬
chusetts chu tta will go as Ii personal representa representative repre representattve enta entaUe ¬
tive of the President Representative RepresentativeWilliam ReprOHntatlveWt11lam RepresentatIveWilliam
William H Howard who was a member memberof
of the commission asked to be relieved relievedThe rollevedThe relievedTb
The Tb vacancy vaeaDC was filled by b Representa Representative RpreeentaUve Thpresentative ¬
tive Slaydon SlaydonRItCM S1ardenRltell SlaydonRites
Rites for Alvin A Dandy DandyFuneral DonehBunersl UnnlyFuneral
Funeral services for Alvin A A Bundy Bundyseventyeight Bundy8eQfttyoIgbt Bundyaevontyoght
seventyeight years old who died Mon Monday fon fonday on onda ¬
day da of cerebi cereb1jt U hemorrhage will bo hem hemthis hllldthis heldthis
this afternoon at S oclock at the family familyresidence familyre familyresidence
residence re ldonce 227 Eighth street northeast northeastRev northeastR northeastRev
Rev R V R Aahton Curtis pastor of St StMarks Stlark StMarks
Marks lark Church officiating The G A A R Rvrill R Rwtll Itwill
will conduct the th ceremonies at Glenwood GlenwoodCematery GlenwoodCemetery GlenwoodCemetery
Make Inke Long Sen Flights FllgliiaParis F1 FlightsParis shb shbParIs
Paris Aug 30i 3OThe The last day of the theHavre theHars theHavre
Havre aviation mooting was devoted to toflights tofilrhts toflights
flights across the Estuary Estu ry of the Seine to toTrouville toTrouvUle toTrouville
Trouville The wind was strong enough enoughto
to make It difficult for the spectators to toretain toretain toretain
retain their hats Tho sea was running runninghigh runninghlgb runninghigh
high Latham crossed crorse and returned thrice thriceOccuplng thriceoccupying I Ioccupying
occupying 1 hour and 2S mlnut iiinuts lnut s in cover coverIng coverIng coverlag
Ing eightyone miles mne Morane LeBlanc LeBlancAubrun LeBlancAubrun LoBlancAubrun
Aubrun La Dougne and Wdinczlers each eachmade eachmade eachmade
made a s double journey twice twicaU twiceIt
U you are rc troubled with Uh ants try a UtUe quick quicklime QUCtUme quickline
lime in ttraiafnted the fafnted places This vrill ditto drtT away awayany awaymi w wZIt
any kind klndoCante of c ant ante
Realty Man M an and Contractor ContractorSlightly ContractorSlightly ContractorSlightly
Slightly Hurt HurtRunning HurtRannlng HurtRanoing
Running down hill at a fortymile clip clipChevy cUPI
I a Chevy Chase car crashed into a big bigautomobile bIcAUtOMObIle bigantomoblie
automobile owned and driven by Claude ClaudeLinviagston ClaudeLIt ClaudeUnlegto
Linviagston LIt ft of the real estate ftrm of ofSaunders ofSaa ofSaunders
Saunders Saa 8 Co 1401 14 F street at McKln McKlnley McKinley McIUnhey
ley street and Connecticut avenue late lateyesterday lateyeeterda lateyesterday
yesterday afternoon turning the machine machineover machineOfti machineover
over and forcing lorclng its occupants to jump jumpNeither jumpNoither jumpNeither
Neither Mr Livingston nor George r W WAcorn wAcorn WAcorn
Acorn a contractor and bulkIer of Hi HiSixth 101Sixth 14Sixth
Sixth street northwest t who was the only onlypassenger onl onlpuaencer onlypassenger
passenger was seriously hurt Both Bothleaped Bothleaped Bothleaped
leaped for their lives and were slightly slightlybruised sllghUybrulsod UghUybrullod
bruised The car platform was smashed smashedand smashedaDd smashedand
and its windows shattered but Motorman MotormanL
L Meyers MeyenelCped escaped by springing T back from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the vestibule vestibuleLivingston vUbuleLlvioptoA vestibuleLivingston
Livingston lives IIY at rIakoma Takoma Park Parkand ParkaDd Parkand
and yesterday 1enIutorno4J1 afterno aLtornoi i Ie was showing showingAcorn showtagAcorn showingAcorn
Acorn some real estate te They The were werewithin werewithin ere erewltJtln
within IL mile of Chevy CheVYCbue Chase climbing climbinga
a tons Ion bill when an inbound car shot
over the top of tho hill and bounded to toward toward toward ¬
ward them themThe thomThe themThe
The motorman ground his brakes and andMr andIr andMr
Mr Ir Livingston threw on his emergency emergencybrako emergencybrake emergencybrake
brake but the car slid lId toward them themswiftly themnlttiT themswiftly
swiftly and the machine skidded so that thatIt thatIt thatIt
It was broadside broac1 tde to the tracks Living Livingston Lh1n Lh1nston Livingston ¬
ston yelled to his companion n and both bothJumped bothjumIl bothjumped
Jumped clear of the wreck an Instant Instantbefore lnatantboforo instantbefore
before the crash crashTho erunTho crashThe
Tho heavy touring car turned turtle turtlein turtleIn turtleIn
in an instant Its chassis and engfne enginetelescoped engfneteleseopcd engfneteloscoped
telescoped The collision stopped the thetrolley thetrolley thetrolley
trolley car after it had jammed the auto automobile automobUe automobile ¬
mobile fifteen yards ards down the track The Thedamage ntedllmalC Thedamage
damage Is about 500 500GAYNOR 500 500GAYNOR 5dOGAYNOR
Takes a Bide and Is Visited by Sec Secretary SecI Searetary
I retary Norton NortonSt
St James Long Island Aug Au 30 30Foi 30Foilowing Fol Following ¬
lowing another fine nights rest re t with ten tenhours tenhours tonhours
hours sleep Mayor Gaynor arose at S Soclock 8oclock
oclock this morning and declared that thathe th thathe t the
he felt better than ever Not long after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the mayor had finished breakfast Chatles ChatlesD Ch Chat tles tlesD les lesD
D Norton secretary to President Pr ld t Taft Taftcalled Tarteallod Taftcalled
called and chatted with Mr Gaynor half halfan halfan halfan
an hour At the house It was said that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the talk was entirely social and that no nopolitics nopolitiCs nopolIties
politics or the like wore discussed discussedShortly discussedShottl discussedSiortiy
Shortly Shottl before before 11 oclock the th mayors mayorslimousine mayoralImousine mayorslimousine
limousine rolled out of the garage < e In Ina Ina Ina
a few moments his honor and Mrs Gay Gaynor Gaynor Gaynor ¬
nor came out and got into the machine machineRufus machineRufus machineRufus
Rufus Gaynor G I1or the majors eldest son sonassisted sonaatsted sonassisted
assisted his father Into the automobile automobilewhile automobilewhUe automobilewhile
while Luke Clarke the solemn male malenurse malenurso malenurse
nurse from Hoboken saw that his hi pa patient ptlent patient ¬
tient was well wrapped up and made madecomfortable madecomfortable madecomfortable
comfortable From St James amOjl the mayor mayormotored mayormotored mayormotored
motored I to Lake Lnkg Ronkonkoma then thencrossed themro56e thencrossed
crossed ro56e to Smlthtown Smlthf wn and back to Deep Deepwells Deepwens Deepwells
wells Soon Soo after his arrival home iome lunch luncheon luncheon luncheon ¬
eon was served
This Foot Made Perfect by the theWilhelmina theWflhelmina fr frWilhelrnina
Wilhelrnina WilhelminaFoot Wflhelminav WilhelrninaFoot
v Foot Treatment TreatmentS
S Which bas been so wccewful wccewfulwe
we 11 are poritive wo can n CUM CUMe CONefeIT curet
t e efeIT rr foot trouble Appoint Appointments Apxj4ntnests Jt Jtmenta ¬
nests may be made by byphone byphone b7pboneznahl
phone pboneznahl mall or personal call callJ anThe
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Miss Rose Osgood to Wed WedLieut WedLieut ed edLient
Lieut Brillhart ril1 art Today TodayHONEYMOON TodayFIJAN TodayPLMT
After Ceremony and Buffet Lunch Luncheon LUDcheon Lunchcon ¬
eon at New Willnrd Bridal Conple ConpleWill CoupleWill
Will Ill Start on Trip Through Tbr ugh Berk Berlcabircs BerkahlrcII Berkshires I
shires and AVlilte 3Uountuln 1UountulnKYan 1UountulnKYanViekIe MountuinsYnnWickles Van VanIVlcklcB
IVlcklcB ViekIe Return Home HomeThe IIomeThe HomeThe
The marriage of Miss Rose Osgood Osgooddaughter OsgoodCloufhter Osgooddaughter
daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Whit Whitman Wbltman Whitman ¬
man Osgood and Llont Charles Edgar EdgarBrillhart EdgarBrll1hart EdgarBrilihart
Brillhart Brll1hart U S N will take place this thismorning tblsmorning thismorning
morning at 1J80 The ceremony will be beperformed beperformed beperformed
performed by by Chaplain G L Bayard BayardU DayarU
U S N at the Willard In the presence presenceof
of relatives only After a buffet lunch luncheon luncheon luncheon ¬
eon tho bride and bridegroom will leave leaveby leaveby t tby
by motor for a trip through the Berk Berkshires Berkshires I Ishires
shires and the White Mountains Lieut Lieutand Lioutand
and Mrs C C T Hutchins Jr will be the theonly theonly theonly
only attendant atton1anta the former a as beat man manand manand manand
and the latter at matron of honor honorThe honorTho honorThe
The marriage of Milts Anna Clara Har HarrlB Harris Herne
rlB Whltflold of MilledgevlHe Ga to toMr toMr
Mr Ir Welles Merlani of this city will take takeplace takeplace takeplace I
place at noon today In the Church Chur h of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Ascension Rev Noltaon Falls Pall of ofGeorgetown ofGeorgetown I IGeorgetown
Georgetown officiating The wedding will willbe willbe I
be attended by relative and close friends friendsThe friendsThe rlendsThe
The bride Is a sister of Lieut Robert RobertWhltflftld RobertWhitfield RobertWhitfleld
Whltflftld Twentysecond Infantry Int ntr U s sA SA SA
A who announced their engagement a afew 0few afew
few weeks ago agoMiss agoMiss agoMiss
Miss Alice Dean Hill daughter of Mr Mrand Mranel Mrend
and Mr Mrs George H Hill will III be mar married married marned ¬
ried today to Dr H Welle eU Woodward WoodwardTte WoocJwardT 4ward 4wardTh
Tte T Th ceremony will bo performed at noon noonIn noonIn noonIn
In the home of the brides brtde parent ta In laSixteenth InSixteenth inSixteenth
Sixteenth street by Rev B C Power PowerIn Per8tho Powersin
In the presence of close dOl frlMrt f 1iD and an rel relatives relatives retatives ¬
atives only onlyThe onlyThe onlyThe
The marriage of Miss Helen E Eo Burch Burchto Burchto Burchto
to Aubrey W Edwards wilt ill be b performed performedtomorrow perforntedtomorrow performedtomorrow
tomorrow morning at S oclock by Rev RevEugene RevEUKeao RevEugene
Eugene J Connolly of Immaculate Con Conception CoaCepUon CoscepUon ¬
CepUon Church Only the tn two familta familtawill ramll ramllwUl famfitswill
will b be present The bride and bride bridegroom bridegroom bridegroom ¬
groom will spend their honeymoon In tb tbmountains tile tilemountaIns elsemountains
mountains ot Virginia VirginiaMrs YllKinILIrs VirginiaMrs
Mrs Meyer and the ibe MlMC JMetI Mayer > yer wile wileand wileAnd wileand
and daughters of 0 UK Secretory of the theerick theNav theNavy
Nav Navy are the fiouse guests ot Mrs Pr PrI Fred Fredcrick
erick W W Vanderbllt this woe week at atPine her herPine herPine
I Pine Tre Tree Point camp In the Adiron Adirondack Act Actdacks Adirodecks ¬
decks Others In Uw party are Mix MixSoutherland MtIIISoutberland di diSoutberiand
Southerland daughter ot Rear Admiral Admiraland AdMIraland Admiraland
and Mr Mrs ra William H SouUierbuMl and andMr nadMr usidMr
Mr Samuel Weldon of this city cityHenri c1ttHenri cityHenri
Henri Martin charge daffaires of the theSwiss theSwiss e eSwl
Swiss Swl Legation Le < aUon who ha hu spent meet of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the summer at Newport will return to tothe tothe tothe
the Capital next week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The marriage is announced of Mrs Mrslallo Mr MrBeUe MreBelle
Belle lallo VI H Akon A VAT Af of Atlanta Atlanta Ga tO Capt
Henry Allison Hutchlns U S S A A The Theceremony Titoeeremon Theceremon
eeremon ceremony was 8 performed in tha th boot home of ofth ofth ofthe
th the brides mother lIra Allan HaraM HaraMaon BuUd110I1 Hsraidesa
aon at HOT Massachusetts 1raa aChURtt8 avenue north nortfcweet DOCthWMt northwest
west WMt Monday onda afternoon attor On at S oclock Bar BarDr RevDr BaYDr
Dr Green of Calvary Baptist t Church Churchofficiated ChureofDclated Churchomclted
officiated The house decoration con constated COftaleted consleted ¬
stated of palms and clusters of whju whjuroses iWte iWterOses blte
roses 8 ToTHJwlng tffe tJf Ceremony eei tin a in internal io iooItrqal 10 10fosinal ¬
ternal reception was 9 held and JaUr la lathe tathe a athe
the afternoon Capt and Mrs trz Hotchlns Hotchlnsleft HutebtDBteft Huchlnleft
left Washington for San Fraacteco from fromwhere romI fromwhore
where they Uti will 111 sail 11 on January anuar 6 for forMaalta toeMaa fortiaus
I Maa Maalta where beee Capt Hatching Hutc l will be bestationed beacaUonod bestationed
stationed stationedMice acaUonodUIIII stationedMiss
Mice UIIII Sara Sal A A Leopold Lo of Savannah SavannahGa SaftDJlAhGa SsvamsahGe
Ga was married to Dr Frederick T TKoylc TKOJIe TKoyle
Koylc U S S A of WeUevttie eUaYWe N Y Ylast Ylaat Ylast
last evening at the St James am08 Hotel Rev RevDr RevDr RevDi
Dr Greene of Calvary Baptist Church Churchperformed Churchperrormed Churchperformed
performed the ceremony ceromon A small party partyof putyoC partyof
of relatives and friends were present presentCol plMttntCot presentCol
Col Cot William A A Reeves RQQv U S A A of Sa Savannah Say Sovannab ¬
vannah y nn h Ga acted as best b t man After Afterthe Afterthe Afterthe
the ceremony ceremon the couple left for a wed wedding wedding wedding ¬
ding trip North ortb They Thtt will make their theirfuture theAriulurl thetrfuture
future home in Fort ManneW R R I IMr IMr IMr
Mr and Mrs tr W P Van Wtekle have havereturned bawreturned havereturned
returned to their Q street home from fromtheir tromtbelr fromtheir
their summer outing ou which bleh Included a aAching IlftablJll aflshlng
Aching trip to the Thousand Islands Iala dI ad aadRidoau adRklOitu andItidosu
Ridoau Lakos Canada returning by byway byWJ byway
way of Ottawa Ottawa Montreal and Atlantic AtlanticCity AtlaaUcCity AtlanticCity
Mrs Morgan Bulkeley wife of Senator SenatorBulkeley SeaatorBUlkeley SenatorBulkeley
Bulkeley of Hartford Conn their daugh daughter daughter doughtar ¬
ter Miss M ts Bulkeloy and Miss Houghton Houghtonof
of San Francisco who are touring touringthrough touringthrough touringthrough
through the New England States in their theirautomobile thotrautomobile theirautomobile
automobile have arrived at Jefferson JeffersonN
N H where they the are guests gue ls at the theWaumbeck thoWaumbeck theWaumbeck
Waumbeck The party started started on the thetrip thotrip thetrip
trip about two weeks ago going up the theSaguonay theSaguony theSaguonay
Saguonay River in the province of Quebec QuebecMiss QUobeoYies QuebecMis
Miss Elsie Fonts daughter of Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Levi M Fouts will be married to toMr toMr I
Mr Porolval I E Rowe this morning at 10 10oclock 10oclOCk 10oclock
oclock In Hamllno Methodist Meth dlst Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch
Church Rev Re H F France pastor of ofTrinity orTrlnlt ofTrinity
Trinity Trlnlt Methodist Church will perform performthe performthe performthe
the ceremony carcmon Miss Fouts will have for forher torhOt forher
her maid of honor her sister Miss Ruth RuthFouts RuthFouts RuthFonts
Fouts and Mr Fred Rico will be best bestman bestI bestman
I man for Mr Rowe Following the core ceremony coremony coremony ¬
mony at the church a wedding breakfast breakfastwill breokfastI breakfastwill
I will be served at the home of the brides bridesparents brldesI bridesparents
I parents 155 F street southeast and later laterIn laterIin laterIn
Iin In the day the couple will leave for a wed wedding wedding ¬
I ding trip m tn the North Upon their return returnthey returnthey
I they tho will be at home to their friends In Inthe InI Inthe
I the De Soto SotoMrs 50toMrs SotoMrs
Mrs E A A Halnos who has spent most mostof mostot mostof
of the summer at Ocean Grove N J Ji Jwhore
I i whore she has a cottage has returned to tothis tothIs tothis
this city and Is making preparations to tosail tosan tosail
sail for Europe on September 8 Mrs Mrst MrsHalnos MrsHainos
t Halnos will attend the Passion Play in inOborammergau InOborammergau inOborammergau
Oborammergau OborammergauSenator Oborammergau OborammergauSenator OborammergauSenator
Senator A A O Bacon of Georgia sailed sailedfrom salleafrom sailedfrom
from Now York yesterday on board the theKronprlnz theKronprlnz theKronprinz
Kronprlnz Wllhelm for Europe EuropeMr EuropeMr
Mr 11 John ohn Joy Edson Is home from a trip tripto tripto trIpto
to the far West and througn iha th Yellow Yellowstone Yellowstone Yellowstone ¬
stone Park ParkRev ParkRo ParkRev
Rev Ro Dr Wallace Radcliffe and Mrs MrsRadcllffe IrsRadcUfto MrsRadcliffe
Radcllffe have returned from Europe Europewhere Europewhero Europewhere
where they spent some time timoRear timeRear timeRear
Rear Admiral N E Mason has left for fora fora
a trip to the Pacific Coast and Yellow Yellowstone YoUO Yellowstone ¬ 1 1stone
stone National Park ParkMrs ParkMrs I II IMrs I
Mrs Rose C Brooko has announced the theengagement theengagement I Iengagement
engagement of hor daughter Miss Rosu RosuAurella RosuAurelia RoseAurelia
Aurelia Brooke to Mr George W Hutch Hutchinson HutchInson Hutchinson
inson The marriage will take place in inthe inthe Inthe
the early autumn autumnMrs autumnMrs autumnMrs
Mrs John A A Logan has returned from fromHot fromHot fromHot
Hot Springs Va whore her daughter daughterMrs daughterMrs daughterMrs
Mrs Tucker Accompanied her some someweeks someweoks someweeks
weeks ago agoMiss ago1lss agoMiss
Miss Maud V Roberts who has been beenvisiting bee beevlsltlnlr beenvisiting
visiting in this city has returned returnedto to her her
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securing securing this lot of Imported ImportedIrish ImportedIrish ImportedIrish
Irish Point Curtains They Theyare Thepare Theyare
are made on a fine white net netin netin netin
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best lace curtain value weve weveever wcveever weveever
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home In West Franklin street Baltimore Baltimoreaid BaltimoreMd Baltimorehid
Miss Lillian J Morriwty lIorrls ey of this city cityto cityIa cityIs
to th the guest uo t of Mr 1 and Mr Mn Edwin Hall Hallof Hallor Hallof
of Atlantic City aboard their yacht yachtcrnfdng yachtcrulaiDK yachturulsing
crnfdng in the Chttapaake Bay BayMiw E EMI8 Eyhits
hits M Mary ry F Nend Neudecker ek r of Roland RolandPark ROJaMParlr RolandPert
Park Md who lane boos vMtte visiting in inWashington InWulalDgtOft hiWashington
Washington Danvfli Dm1Ue and Lraehburf Lraehburfreturned LyburIret IJIIcItbUrgretuned
returned ret lNI4t to her bom boise yeOterday yeOterdayAltec yesiordayMiss enJa7 enJa7lu
Miss Adelaide of oClAvrsi Lojiroi Lur who spout spouther ape spenther t tbel
her vacation at Pea Mar ha lss returned rotvrnodhome retvrMdhonte returnedhome
home honteYn homeMrs homeMra
Mrs Bva va Boavora BM BosverZwte who hat Men the tboguost theueat theguest
guest ueat of her cousin Mra rs Bog B gugeae B S Sat Seoger Seogerat ger gerat
at Lauravtlte Laura Md ha horn returned t to her herhomo belbotM herhome
homo hi this city aocompaalod by KIM MtooHoloa KIMHelM Lho LhoHelen
HelM Soccor swlle fwho will bo her guest tor tora tormontJa forsmooth
a smooth smoothtrs month monthMrs montJaa
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To the Members of
0 The Optimist Club ClubThe ClubThe ClubThe
The subject for the members motaboraof
of the Optimist Club for Sunday SundaySeptember SuDCIaTSeptelDDer SundaySeptember
September 11 will be Se Selfishness Selfish SelAubness a an ¬
n ness Optimists Qpt as we W are a Ji 3f js jsjMwdiytweTTTMrxirjr JIrdlTme g ghodtyflP1ItZfl
jMwdiytweTTTMrxirjr rdlTme rxay wrua r tts ar arwithout art artwltbout arewithout
without the guilt of selAshnees selAshneesat aelA lanees laneesat
at some time or another anotbeeeltlllh anotbeeeltlllhnMS aelfish aelfishneea
nose at the expense tpense M of others othersOf others othersOf othersOf
Of course C without some thought thoughtof
of selfishness a such virtues as asselfsacriftee IL8seltaerlae ass
selfsacriftee s Ltsaerl lee selfreotralat or ordlfrespdct oraeltreepeet orsellrespect
dlfrespdct are not pOssible It ItwlH Itwill Itwill
will not do for us to flatter our ourselves 01lt11th Ourselws ¬
selves 11th that we e are unselftstt unselftsttwhen uDH1A8when unelshwhen
when we scatter ttr our meaas meaasgive JDeaaagive meansgive
give away a what we should nop noperly Joperly p op operly
erly keep buy for ourselves ourselveswith oUNelv ourae1vemwith jl jl1th
with 1th money that probably has hasnet hasnot hasnot
not ooat us much to earn the thethanks thethanks thethanks
thanks and gratitude which whichprobably wl whichprobably cL cLpro1lably
probably cost others enormously enormouslyto
to give IYO us usWhat usat usWhat
What at does dO Selfishness lh a mean meanIn meAnin meanIn
In your philosophy That is the thodesign t thedesign o odostgn
design that I want to cover the Uiecontributions tJlecontributions thecontributions
contributions of the members membersProse meb mebPrOlie moinbersProse
Prose or poetry contributions contributionsfrom coatrll contributionsfrom > uUoaa uUoaafront
from your own hearts or quota quotations quotatJou quotations ¬
tions from the hearts rta of others othersany others othersD ethersany
any D and all will be considered consideredand e asHlred asHlredILnd eosasideredand
and will help helpAs belpAs helpAs
As usual two prlaes of 5 5 each eachwill enwill eachwill
will be awarded a for the two best bestcontributions beeteontrlbuUonA bestcontributions
contributions All contributions contributionsshould coatrlbutJOnssbould contrIbutionsshould
should be addressed addres ecl to The Opti Optimist OptJmlat Optimist ¬
mist The Tit Washington Wahln ton Herald Heraldand HeraJdaDd Heraldand
and should be sent in not later laterthan laterthan latertheit
than noon of Wednesday edae clay Sep September Septembor Soptembor ¬
tembor 7 7Next 7Next 7Next
Next Sunday Sund the page will 111 deal dealwith dealwltb dealwith
with Who Is My y Neighbor NeighborMany NelfhborMn NeighborMany
Many Mn contributions have been beenreceived beenreceived beenreceived
received and we are going to tohave tohave tohave
have a splendid and inspiring inspiringpage InspirIngpage inspiringpage
page Call the attention of your yourfriends yourI yourfriends
friends to It It and dont miss ml It Ityourselves Ityourselves
yourselves THE OPTIMIST
Special Agent In Inlltrueteel trnctc l to Inter Intercept Intercept littercept ¬
cept Attempts nt Smuggling SmupKllnffThe SmuSGlInlfTho SmugglingThe
The Treasury Department has ha taken takensteps takenstep takensteps
steps to strengthen the force of special specialcustom speeJalcustom specialcustom
custom service agents on the Canadian Canadianborder CaHdlanborder Canadianborder
border Additional Addit1ona secret agents have havebeen batbeen havebeen
been appointed and instructions lo have been beenissued been18eued beenissued
issued to keep k ep a sharp lookout l at the theCanadian theCanadian theCanadian
Canadian ports which ai ate ae > e the gateways gatewaysof S1 e eot
of transAtianUc trans Atlantic travel to intercept any anyattempt anYattemX anyattempt
attempt > t at smuggling smugglingThe smuggUngThe smugglingThe
The department has a mass of infor information Inrorm8tJon informotion ¬
motion collected by its agents abroad abroadshowing abr0a4showing abroadshowing
showing tho purchase of many man valuable valuablearticles valuablearticles valuablearticles
articles by Americans but the articles articleshave articlesb articleshave
have b ve not beon traced to the port of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York or any an of the other Atlantic ports portsof portso portsof
of o t entry entryMontreal on entryMontreal tIJ tIJMontreal
Montreal and Quebec are being watched watchedwith watchedwith watchedwith
with special care as s s they tbe are the prin principal principal prlnolpal ¬
cipal ports of o entry for European travel travelers travelers traveloxs ¬
ers returning by way of Canada CanadaSpanish CanadaSllRnlsll CanadaSpanish
Spanish War Vessel Retired RetiredAnother Retlrce1Another RetiredAnother
Another vessel of the navy bought boughtduring boughtduring boughtduring
during tho SpanishAmerican SpanlslyAmerioan war has hasbeen hnsbeen hasbeen
been retired and ordered sold by the theNavy theNa theNavy
Navy Na Department On June 9 1S8S the thedepartment thedoptlrtn1ent thedeportment
department purchased the steam yacht yachtSiren yachtSiren yachtSiren
Siren from J J G Caseatt lor or 40000 She Shewas Shewaa Shewoo
was converted convertod into a dispAtch df tch boat at atsome atsome atsome
some additional cost The Siren was wasconstructed wasconstructed wasconstructed
constructed in ISO UI07 at Leith Scotland and andis andis
is 1 of steel being 147 feet and 6 inches in inlength Inlength inlength
length and IS feet et and 2 inches in breadth breadthUrges breadthUrges breadthVrges
Urges Two Army Arm Reservations ReservationsGon ReserationllGon ReservationsCon
Gon Thomas H Barry commandant commandantof
of the Department of California in his hieannual hisannual hisannual
annual report submitted yesterday to the theWar thear theWar
War ar Department recommends the pur purchase purchue parchase ¬
chase of two large reservations on the thePacide tltePtlolk thePacio
Pacide Coast Coast at Atascadero for the thefield thefield thefield
field training of tho army He also urges urgesadditional urgQaddltfomll urgesaddiUoiei
additional barracks and quarters for all allbranches al1brsn allbrandhes
branches brsn hea of tho California Department Departmentr
District Asks S3539995 8539995 1539995 to toCare toCare I
Care for 60000 Pupils PupilsAN PupilsAN
i iAN
AN INCREASE OF or 568035 568035Forty 5G8O35Forty 6803 6803Fort
Forty Fort Teacher Have Been Added Addedfor Acleledfor Altledfor
for Ncvr cw Year and nut Two Xevr ew Build BuildIngs DullclIngs Buildjugs
Ings Will 111 He Entirely Completed Completedfor
for Opening of New Sessions on onSeptember onSeptember onSeptenther
September 10 1UlorU1ul Xoriiml Under Way WayWith VU VUWith VaWith
With the th approach of the new achlool xbbolj ciOl ciOlterm i iterm i iterm
term which opens September 11 wh when whenI whenapproximately n napproximately
I approximately a tt000 000 children will b be en cerolled 1 1rolled
rolled in the public schools IICboole the board e21 of ofpducaUon ofeducation i ieducation
education yesterday gave pv the District DistrictCommlMfoners DttItrtctI DistrictCommissioners
I Commissioners the annual expense sail sailmate tl i iI
1 1lor
I mate which was for UIt SM986 an increase increaseof e
lor of JSSROK fiO over last years yra appropriation appropriationIn ppropriatlonI
I In this estimate the teachers salary salaryfund salaryfund lary laryI
I fund is increased f40 40ttQ which whie means an anincrease ani anIncrease
i increase of feprty ty teachers on the staff staffi staffand < p
1 i and the reswar regar Increase in salaries by byreason byI byreason
I reason of the longevity system systemTwo QWtemTwo systemTwo
Two New ew Buildings Bundln BundlnWhen BuildingsWhen liulldliiRsWhen
When the school term opens two new newschools MWscboolsthe newschoolsthe
schools scboolsthe the Thomson at Twelfth and andL andL andL
L streets northwest and the John JohnEaton JohnEatn obn i iEat
Eaton Eat > n at Cleveland elaft4 Park will be in inreadiness InI inreadiness
I readiness rea lnesa to handle hand a part of the lance lanceincrease 1uceI largeincrease
increase of students et denta while nine other ad additional additlonal ¬
ditional schools are under course of con construction constructlon construction adI ¬
I struction and will be ready for next nextyears nextear s syears
years ear session roskmThe sessionThe
The John oha Eaton will be ready toy Octo October Oetor Oe1Oher ¬ 1
her r l 1 while the Thomson to completed oomp1ete4now completednow
According A to the boards estimate the thenew thenew
new buildings inkier construction will cost costJtW eoetIl costO I
JtW iO 0 more than the amount appropri appropriated ILpproprtatee appropricud ¬ I
cud last year while miscellaneous es estimates ea eaaxed estimatos ¬ I Iyear
timates are fixed at 4Wi > more than last lastyear lastyear
Xew > ew ISonnnl jormalVnder Under Way WayThe WayThe nY nYThe
The new Normal School No 1 which whichIs wblcbia whIchIs
Is under construction eoMtI will take Ii1eoo 157400 to toeoMPIete tocomplete s seomttiete
complete which will wake a total of 151 151OR 257 257N 7 7expended
N expended on it when finally com completed completM cornisted ¬
pleted pletedTh isted istedThe
Th be board to bringing pressure to bear bearon bearOD bearon
on the Commisstoaers in its efforts to toptoeore toIt toinocure
ptoeore It OC1I1e additional bulldtags next year yearas yearu yearKg
as th u outlook at present indicates that thatthe tbattbe thatthe
the schools will be greatly overcrowded overcrowdedThe overcrowdedThe
The CommIssIoners B are now consider considering con considerhag ider iderUN ¬ I
hag the estimate made by the board and andwill andwill andwill
will submit it to 0 the Secretary of the theTreasury theTrlUal7 theTreasury
Treasury TreasuryIt
It I is not supposed sa that the Commission Commissioners ¬
ers will cut down tbar thersthnates estimates on ac aceonsft act accOu
eonsft cOu t of tile increase of stodenui ta enrolled enrolledaad enrolledIUId carolledand
and the additional MftsJiing staff neces necesAE1OT DeCeSal necesear
al alARMY ear
Eighteen RI btccn Vacancies In General Start StartCorjiH StanCor StaffCorps
Corps Cor Paves the he AVny AVnyB VIt VItBl Vny3lghteen
B Bl 3lghteen hteen teea army officers whose record recordshow reconlaIMnI recordshow
show their fitness ftta for promotion have havebeen baeDeeD havebeen
been selected to fill two existing ex and andsixteen aDdilb andsixteen
sixteen ilb prospective 1Y8 vacancies in the Gen General GeItera Genoral ¬
oral era Stat Corps CorpsThe CorpaThe CorpsThe
> The two existing ex vacancies were Wtl caused causedby caUMCIb7 causedby
by the relief of LIMIt CoL XL Walter Walt I IFtetey L L LFinley
Ftetey FtaM Thirteenth Cavalry eanJiT and Capt CaptMichael
Michael 1ehael J Lenihaa twfctynfth tvlbty ttb mIen Infantry Intantry mIentry ¬
try and will be flffled Il1sd bar the appoInt anpotata appoIntmast
a 1 mast e eRtet t ei H t U Ost B B St t J eebie eebieThird 8MbIeThIrd 6re 6reTh1r4
Third Field Artillery aM ad Capt M K E EHanna E EHanna EHums
Hanna Second Cavalry CavahrThe CavalryThe cavalryThe
The sixteen other officers o selected for fordetail forcleWt fordetail
detail to the staff corps as vacancies vacanciesoccur vacanciesoeeur vacanciescom
occur com In their respective trades are areCoL areCoL areCal
CoL T C C Woodbury Third Infantry InfantryCol infantryCal I
Col E E M Weaver Coast Artillery Corps CorpsLieut CorptIIMut CorpeIJ110L
Lieut CoL William A A Nichols Thir Thirtsenth Thlrtt Thirteieth
tsenth Infantry Jlaj aj C C Relchmann RetcbmannTw7fourth RelebmanaTwentyfourth j jTwentyfourth
Twentyfourth Infantry Maj C H Mar MarI MarItIa Martin I Itin
tin First Infantry MaJ D B Devore DevoreSteventh DeOIe9EIeeDth Deworevesth
Steventh vesth Infantry MaJ H C Hodges Hodgesjr Hodpejr HodgesJr
jr Twentysecond Twent7 econd Infantry Maj tj E Eo F FMcGtechlin FTwelltyftlDth FMeOlddh
McGtechlin Twentynmth Infantry Capt CaptM CaptI capthi
M C C Kecth Twentythird Infantry Capt CaptP CaptP
P B Malone Twenthseventh Infantry InfantryCapt IDtantryCapt InfantryCapt
Capt H H L lAuNch Twentythird In Infantry IntaAlry Infantry ¬
fantry Capt O H Jamerson Twenty Twentyninth Twentynlat Twentyninth
ninth Infantry Capt E Landon Coast CoastArtillery CoutArWIery CoastArtillery
Artillery Corps Capt S S D Embick EmbickCoast EmbickCoast
Coast Artillery Corps Capt C EmbICk1 C Car Carter Cart Cartee ¬
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G A Youngbers y Corps of Engineers EngineersSff EnstneenVOODMBN Engineers1OODMEN
Camp Cant Holds Sway S1n nt the Bmpress BmpressTheater BmpressTheater
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West End Camp No lilY 18S Modern ModernWoodmen 1l ModernWoodinen ern I
Woodmen Woo men of America owned ow ecl the Em Empress Empfi Emprom ¬
press Theater yesterday ye ten1a7 and nd test night nighthaving nighthaving t thv
hv having a big benefit for the benevolent benevolentfund beaeYOleatf1aJMl benevolentfund
fund of the thecamp thecampTb camp campThe eampTbe
The Tb committee composed of G B BHaske B BHukl BHonks
Honks Hukl Dr R B F Gtbta and Lewis LewteHodges LewisocJps LewisHodges
Hodges ocJps estimated that MOO 50 persons personspassed penoasUHd personspassed
passed through the doors do rs and a large largesum Jar largesum e eI
I sum was realised realisedMembers red redMembers resilaledMembers
Members of the drill team t of A A R RTalbot RTalbot BTalbot
Talbot Camp Cam No 11M3 UIJ2 were on duty in inuniform Inuntform Inuniform
uniform to handle the crowds The mov moving IDOv1 IDOv1lng moving ¬
ing pictures were entirely new De and many manyinteresting manyInterestIng I IintertinS
interesting slides showing the great reat I
san sanatorium torlum ot the oritatf which hlch is located locatedin
in Colorado Springs cole were also alsoshown a180own alsoshown
shown own S SArmy
Army Order OrderThe OrdCrllT1N OrdersThe
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