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2 THE HE WASHINGTON WASHINGTON HERALD SUNDAT UNDA DECEMBER 4 1910 I
MERCHANTS MER CHANTS WILL WILLCONTINUE ILL ILLCOTiUE
CONTINUE TO TOFIGHT TOFIGHTtill FIGHT FIGHTStill FIGIITstill
Still till Opposed to Regulation Regulationfor Regulnt on oni
i
for Lighting Vehicles VehiclesThe V ehicl s sThe
The Washington Wa hlngton business bu lnoss men who are areContesting tu tuont areontet1ng
Contesting ont itlng the proposed regulations for forthe forlhe forthe
the lighting of o vehicles aro not disposed disposedto
to yield without a vigorous Igoroul light One of ofthese o othese ofthese
these merchants yesterday yes terd n stated that thqt he hebelieved heh heblIeved
believed h Ueed that the agitation was almost almostentirely ai11ozt ai11oztt athotnt1reIy
entirely t > duo to th the automoblllsts who do desire dosire dosire ¬
sire to exceed the the speed regulations and andwant andwant antiwant
want to avoid as far as possible the theconsequences theeonequonces theCOfl1OUOnCeS
consequences of rapid travel travelIt traelIt travelJt
It does not seem en right he h said for forlive tor1he forlive
live thousand or more business men to be boinconvenienced beInconvenlonced beneonvenIoneed
inconvenienced and put to considerable considerableexpense considerableexpene considerableexpense
expense for or this Uti reason and up to the thepresent thepresnt thepresent
present time no other excuse for or the regu regulation reguHUlon regulatton ¬
lation has been shown It there tber < < had h l been beena beenleglUmate beenivgltlrnato
a legitimate public agitation In favor of ofhe ofiho
1 iho he lighting of vehicles we could under understand undertand understand ¬
stand why the Commissioners should act actbut ucthut actbut
but this has not bon the th case We know knowtoo knowtoo knowtoo
too that whore the tb system 81st m of lighting lightinghat lightingIzas
hat been inaugurated a na In Philadelphia Philadelphiaand Philadelphiaanel
and Baltimore it has been allowed to tobecome tobecome tobecome
become a a dead letter letterWe lett letterwe r rWe
We shall ban certainly not give up oar onrside oarside ourside
side of the controversy until we have haveexhausted haetxh haveexhausted
exhausted txh usted every means In our power pow or to toconvince tolo toton1nee
convince lo 1nce the Commissioner that the themeasure theIn thelneaaure
measure In uure la not ot needed need d for Or public safety safetyand safetyand at6tYAnd
and that it Is 1 an unnecessary burden upon upontlie upontu uponii
tlie tu ii btsstoesa men of this community communityMUST oommunlt oommunltMUST oomrnunityMUS
MUST MUS GO TO JAIL JAILKdwarfi JAILJIlwnr ThILEt1vnrd
Kdwarfi Diividaon Committed In De Default Detnlt Dctntilt ¬
fault of 1OOO Bond BondJudge nondJudge BondJudge
Judge Mullowny yesterday tcrday committed committedto
to I u jail Edward M Davidson In default defaultof doraultr
of If r 1000 bond which was vas 8 required tob to tobe to1j
b be put up until tho grand jury jur has acted actedn
> n the charge of theft for which ho Is lal isDavidson
l ld Davidson 141 i n charged with taking takingtwo takingtwo takingtwo
two diamond earrings from the apart apartments apartJI1en apartinent ¬
ments JI1en inent of James E l Thomas 81 V street streetnorUnvoat stroet11orthwoet streetorthwot
norUnvoat la last aat Thursday ThursdayHe ThurstIlQHe ThuredayHe
He was arrested Friday evening Just Juatas JustItS juetns
as he was about to board a far ar jji jji5eorgetown tne i ieorgotown
e 5eorgetown for his home h me Ho declares declaresthat daclar s sthkt sthat
that lie Is innocent and waived prelim preliminary proUm1ury pralim1iary ¬
inary examination examinationSEEKS e1Iml no tt Oft OftSEEKS 4 4SEEKS
SEEKS TO BE FREE FREE3Ir FREEUn PREElIrai
3Ir Un M F JI Krnit A ANkll Us Court for a aSeparation aSClUlrn aeparn
Separation SeparationHungins SClUlrn eparn tlon tlonha i Jo a aharging
Hungins ha ja her husband with paraimony paraimonyMrs paialmoll7Irw
Mrs Irw Margaret rsuet If 1 Hrngt yesterday filed filedsuit 11Iedsuft filedsuit
suit for a legal I tl 1 separation separationThe lep ieperaUonThe raUon raUonTho
The couple were married February 28 28and Xeand
< 4 and Mr Mrm In JCnwt rMt alleges that almost almostimmediately almOitimmediately aimoitimmediately
immediately her husband treated tre ted her with withcruelty wIthlruelty withtrUelty
cruelty crueltyAttorney lrueltyttorne trUeltytWrney
Attorney ttorne tWrney R F o Downing and G A ABerry ADerry AI3erry
Berry Hied lod the wifes wire petition which al alleges alJt6 a aiges ¬
leges Jt6 a that the husband allowed her but buti
1 a day reAwlng to provide otherwise otherwisefor oUaerlsofor otkorwlsefor
for proper proporf feod e Od and medicines medicinesMrs mEHIlelncsMrs 5 5Mrs
Mrs Krnst says 1ft she he attempted te t com commit eom111tt consIItt ¬
mit IItt suicide on one Oft occasion l ft as the direct directi direct16tUlt dlrctiult
i 16tUlt ult of her husbands hU And HI II treatment lr tmtnl her hermind hermind hermind
mind being temporarily deranged at the theTHEEE thetime thetime
time
THREE BALLOTS REQUIRED EEQUISEDG
G P O II Drnnch ranch of Xaiionnl tlonnl ttluna1EIect Union UnionGlectd Unlo
Glectd 1 EIect leet Officers OfficersQovcrnment orClcerGovernment Officcratovernment <
Government Printing PrlnUn Office Council CouncilNational Counettatlonal CouncilNational =
National atlonal Union held an animated meet meeting medttng zneutIng ¬
ing last night at Pythlan Temple TempleThe TenlpleThe TempleThe
The feature of the tbeoY theoYening evening nlng was the theannual theannual theannual
annual election ot officers In the selec selection seloclion ¬
lion ion of o secretary crQtary it required three bal ballots balIof hallots ¬
lots Iof S H Ridings finally winning out outover outoer outover
over Joseph Dlerken by four votes otes The Theother Theother Thetither
other officers elected wer were President PN ldent W WGlenn Wj
< j 1 Glenn vice president J J Pepper Pepnrspeaker Pepperlipeaker Pepperqieaker
speaker K E Dement financial ltnelal secretary secretar secretarA
T 1 A Bynum ynum treasurer C P Boss Boaihaplain BOMhtlplaJn Bosshaplain
haplain J E Colton usher J T Hug Hugeins HUI HUIIna Huggifl5
eins Ina xergeantatarms H J Frank Prankdoorkeeper Frankdoorkeeper Frankdoorkeeper
doorkeeper H L t Lavieson trustees trusteesK trusteeJ
K J W Morcoek lIoreo k H F J Drake and andF andYo
F Yo 1 B Williams WllIla delegates to the cabinet cabinetJ
J J R Rrmatron t Armstrong H T TBrhlil Brian T A ABy Annlum Anum
By nnlum num D v Chlsholtn Ch hoh J B Colton J JDlerken Jnltrkfon JTlerken
Dlerken H F J Drake J W Hughe Hugheand Haigh1nd IIugheaand
and H J Redfield delegate to the theimmediate thetrmedlate thetimediate
immediate Relief H F J 1 Drake DrakeGovernment DrakeGonrnmenl DrakeGovernment
Government Printing Office Council Councilwith Councilwith Councilwith
with the other councils of the District Districti DJ trlct trlct1l1mbtorlnG
S i umbering > about twentynine are work working workIng worklng ¬
ing hard to make the class Initiation to toV tob
V b 4 held under the auspices of tho Dls Dlsirlct Dlstrl Disiriet
irlct trl t cabinet at at National Rifles Armory Armoryon ArMoryIn i in
on In > n December 14 the most successful succQ rul of ofi
1 ho ht year At present there are 850 sched scheduled schedIIlfd schedfrd ¬
uled frd for the class classThe claasThf ciai ciaiThe
The officers of the senate of the Na National Nat Nafonal ¬
tional t Union will be present pre ent and nd the theritual tho1itURI theitual
ritual will be exemplified by the National Nationalnlon
i nion Club decree team teamSPECIAL teamSPECIAL teamSPECIAL
SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESCLOSIXG
a CLOSIXG LOSING OUT LEATHER GOODS GOODSi
i omUling MsisUn of 1 gnxral mtral sasortmewt of llutnps 1tump Goods GoodsHags Gcxdsna GodBan
Hags na pc podetbo tbcx Jl suitcawe u1tcase t All 11 at half aif price pricet prireOrELAXD priceOrELAND
t OPEUAXD 4C8 11th It t d deSlU d3llt7S Ht
75 715 DETD VCK PER CPNT WCH CENT I cunWe < ° sosled H n dtiww dtiwwuch deasesiuch d u u1ICb is iscinUe
iuch uch at Deformities After OUBCB of Life Child
btrtb Tjpbokl Rheumatism Injuries of the Spine SpineAcijfcils Spin S1ueAgkle8i3
Acijfcils hkJ a11 of any Joint and chronic Scralnj ScralnjCAN sInlJiN irz1nsCAN
CAN N BE CURED CUREDConsult CUREDCOnsJ1t CUREDConsult
Consult Dr John E Rucbaam RucbaamSI7 nucblll1m8J7 Rucbsnmsly
sly 14th St N NWINDOWSHADES W WWINDOWSHADES W WWIN
WINDOWSHADES WINDOWSHADESA WIN DOWSHADES DOWSHADESWL
WM W W MATCHETT FA1T1IWTT D3S N Sf N NPhODC W
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PhODC N 10 fl70EVEft
1 Mnm EVEft DISA DiSvj DiSvjA lOI lOIA
A Word to Lawyers LawyersIf
If I t you you nice arntracr rnusc and ptoaiptiWH 0ft1 you youill 3 ou ouvu U UilletItIlt
vu ill illetItIlt c milt ywir OIJr best Interests bj baring jour
llmfs and Motions iKintcd at this t41 printing printinguJSke prlntlDIulSft printiogu5ke
uJSke SatJriirtory terriea alwajs lwas auurrd auurrdBYRON IWUrtdBYRON auuredBYRON
BYRON S ADAMS g PItINTER
15 52llthat 52llthatMILLERS tlrJ tlrJMILL IK IKMILLERS
MILLERS MILL RS SelfRaising
Absolutely pure I RTrlr Buck B
Properly leavened leavenedAlavs leavenedAlwavs CK CKAlways
Always Alavs the finest wheat WheatsCTAt wheatrT
rT CTAt 7At At TWIT yeurgruers wgmIre grocere No ooncumcra aumer supi aup1ed aup1edB ied iedB ed edB
B B Earnshaw v Bra BraWHOLESALE Br 1
WHOLESALE W OLESALE GROCERS 11th and 51 its itsVIAVI IbIA ateIAvr
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VIAVI IA IAvr VI SCIENCE OF HEALTH NAT
ural urn noneurglcal 400p book free Apply
hy h mall 916 91 IS Colorado Bldgr Free lecture
for Orwomon women Wednesdays Wedn6Sda s at 20 p m
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MASS Ml MAsMEENG SS MEETING CALLED CALLEDSpeaker CALLEDSlteAker bALLED bALLEDSpettkerz
Speaker Will Advocate Retirement RetirementSy RctlremcutSt RetirementSyens
Sy St Syens tem m for to foi Clerh ClerhThe CleriThe ClerRa ClerRaThe
The Tnltpd States Stat05 Civil Service Ro Rotirbraent n ntffoment Btlromont
tirbraent Association 5ociatlon has Issued a cull cullfor cai caitor callfor
for a mass meeting to be held In the tliePublic th thPub1lc thePublic
Public Library Ltbrar tomorrow night The Themeeting Themeeting I1hcmeeting
meeting will be addressed by 11 govarnl govarnlSenators 50yerntSenntors 8overalSenators
Senators and prominent business buslnessnum buslnessnumwho man manwho menwho
who favor the retirement reUr ment oC civil sorvies sorviesemployes 5or 5oremt11o sorvi sorviemplye
employes employesPresident emt11o emplyePreeid es esPrealdent
President Preeid nt M F ODonohue Ot > onohn has ha com completed completed consplated ¬
pleted all arrangements for the tIi meeting meetingand mceUtHnnd moetitigand
and expects exp cti a large 51UonaanccAUTO attendance attendanceATJTO attondanceAUTO
AUTO DRIVER ARUESTEDDriving AImEsTED AImEsTEDDrJdng ARUESTED AItBESTEThDriving
Driving on Wrong rong Side of Street lies liesIlnnn HeRuns Ie IeRun
Ilnnn Run Down Boy BoyHarry Do DoHarry Boyharry
Harry J Harrington forty years eors old oldof oldot oldof
of 217 First street northwest driver of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Adams Express Company automobile automobiletruck automobl1etruck automobiletruck
truck which ran down own Frank Rozac Rozactwelve Rozactwelve Rezactwelve
twelve years ears old of 625 Fourth street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest streethorthwest
northwest while he was roller skating skatingyesterday skatingy skatingyesterday
yesterday y sterda morning at Seventh and D Dstreets Dstreets Dstreets
streets nortluvest nortJ west was arrested last lastnight lastnIght lastnight
night by b police pOIl of the First precinct precinctHe precinct precinctlIo precinctlie
He is charged with violating the police policeregulations poll policeregulations co coregulations
regulations by b driving the automobile automobileon
on the wrong side of the street lIar Harrington lIarrlngton liarrington ¬
rington deposited 50 collateral for his hisappearance Illsftppearance hisappeance
appearance In Police Court tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowJ1ornlng tomorrowmorning
morning and wan wa released Rerao neza Is at atEmergency atEmergency atEmorgeney
Emergency Hospital suffering from a abroken tlbrok abroken
broken brok n leg and other injuries injuriesWANTS InJurlCiWANTS injuriesWANTS
WANTS AMMUNITION SHIP SHIPIleur SHIPReur SHIP1 SHIP1Rear
Rear Admiral Mason Says SaJII Need Is IsImperative IJIIImlterathe IsInsiernttve
Imperative ImperativeRear ImlteratheRear InsiernttveRear
Rear Admiral Newton E Mason chief chiefof chlaat chiefof
of the Bureau of Ordnance of the Navy NavyDepartment NtYDODartmnt NavyDopartmet
Department recommends r ommond8 In hie annual annualreport annlftlrCport annvalreport
rCport report for or the last fiscal year oar the acqulsl acqulsltlon aoqulsltlot acquisitioti
tlot tlon of an ammunition ship for service servicewith serviceIth servicewith
with Ith the Atlantic Uan lc Hood HoodAdmiral floatAdmIral floo flooAdmiral
Admiral Mason says saysThere sarsThoro saysThere
There Is no more important duty < de devolving deolvhu dovolying ¬
volving olvhu upon the bureau than that of ofwatching orwatchlnl ofwatching
watching constantly constantl tho various lots lot of ofpowder otpowc1er ofpowder
powder carried by ships in service and andwithdrawing andwithdrawn andwithdrawing
withdrawing withdrawn these as soon as any sus suspicion suspicion suspiclon ¬
picion is I thrown upon their stability stabilityVet stabilityYet tablllt tabllltYot
Vet the bureau i Is constantly ham hampered hanipere hampere4 ¬
pered pere < In this work by b the lack of a ship shipavailable shipavailable shipavailable
available at short notice noUcennd and properly properlyequipped proper propery properyquied y yequipped
equipped equippedNATIONAL equippedNATIONAL quiedNATIONAL
NATIONAL UNION UNIO MEETS MEETSChamp MEETSOJI IIEETSChamp
Champ OJI It1 I Clark Indnrxed In IndorsedAdilrcss 11 0 rJl cdA Address I 11 rCJII of ofItev oftn of11ev
Itev tn L C Moore Ioore of 3IiMlKitIi MIssissippi MIssissippiThe i1ud Hlmtl Hlmtlrhe > pI pIThe
The National Political Union held heJellarge a alargely a alargely
largely large I attended and enthusiastic meet meeting meetInS meetIrig ¬
InS last night passed 118a etl resolutions heartily heartilyindorsing hearlU hearlUIndorsinG heartilyindorsing
indorsing the candidature of Hon Champ ChampClark ChampClark ChampClark
Clark for Speaker Sp aker ot the next Congress Congressand COMb7eUand Coagreasand
and expressed Its It unanimous confidence confidencethat cen contidencethat deuce deucetMt
that his election will presage pro ge a Demo Democratic Demoualic Demoj DemojratIc ¬
cratic victory Ietor In 1M 1MThe 1J1Tho 1212 1212The
The meeting was also alt o unanimous in inpassing inpaulng inpassing
passing a resolution of hearty congratu congratulation congratulatlon cougratulation ¬
lation of Mr J P F Lloyd I oyd and the mem members memhers membars ¬
hers of the Democratic Congressional CongressionalCommittee Concr9S CongrotnnalCommitte0 loDal
I Committee upon the results re uU of the wise wiseleadership wINthat wiseicadorultip
leadership that they had displayed during duringthe dun duringthe nK nKthe
the recent elections electionsThe olectlonsThe electionsThe
The address by b th the president Rev R J L C CMoore Coore CMoore
Moore oore of Mississippi Ml l slDPI was as moJt mo flOt i Impres Impressive Impr Imprslvo Impresulvo ¬
sive and was ordered to be b printed In Inpamphlet 1ftpclmpbl8t inpamphlet
pamphlet form for wide distribution distributionAmong dhltrlbuUonAmon dItribut1onAmong
Among Amon other speakers wore Rev R8 Lewis LewisIt LewisL LewisL
L Cross C C Curtis and Lewis A iL Willis WillisK WllltR WillisIt
K It E E5 Gilchriat GII brllt Is the secretary of the theorganization theorganlza theorganization
organization organizationFLAG organlza tlon tlonFLAG
S a SiLAG
FLAG FOR BEST PRECINCT PRECINCTjArinunl PRECINOTr PRECINCT1Ansuinl
r
jArinunl t ol Inspection IJl fJectlon of Police PoUeel1 Force ForceSet Forcet orce orceSet
t Set for Next January JanuaryMaj JauusI JauusIMaj JanuaryMaj
Maj Sylvester S h68ter yesterday announced announcedthat annoUl annomicedthat ced cedthat
that the annual annutItftSpMUOn Inspection of the polios poliosforce poUoeforce polleeforce
force will be made on ona a day d In January JanuaryTo JanuaryTo
To the precinct offering the th best beetpresen beetpresentaUon presen presentation prosentation ¬
tation will 1n be awarded the flag trophy trophywhich trophywhich trophywhich
which has been be n held bjj b the Fifth pre precinct precInct procinct ¬
cinct for a year yearDuring yearDuring 6ftr 6ftrDuring
During the inspection members of the theforce theforce theforce
force will wear winter holmota dress dresscoats dreseoats dresscoats
coats belts and white gloves except exceptthat exeeptthat exceptthat
that bicycle policemen p llcemen will wear sack sackcoats sackCOIits sackcoats
coats and gloves of the regulation style styleThe styleTbe styleThe
The Inspection will include an examina examination examlnatlon examination ¬
tion of the various stations precinct precinctrecords precInctrecords precinctrOcords
records and equipments equipmentsIn equipmentIn
In awarding the flag trophy SlaJ 1aJ Syl Sylvester Sylester Syivaster ¬
vaster ester will take the following in consld consldvester COt8Idester conakivester
vester ester wllltako will take the following Into consfcl consfcltho eonaltho conakithe
tho best presentation of a command that thatmay thatmAY thatmay
may be made by b a a captain the but pub public public publie ¬
lic office condition and the tjbat cared caredfor caredtor caredfor
for station station and stable stableY stableY stableY
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Y W C A BLUES HTLEAD HTLEADSecond IN INLEADSeonL1 LEAD LEADScontL
Second Week of Rniubotv Rnlnbo1vContclit Rnlnbo1vContclitDrln Content ContentBring ContestBrings
Bring Drln Many Jlnu New Xc 3I0nilier 3I0nilierThe 3lCmbersThe Ucm1crhe
The he second week of the rainbow Mlnbow con contest contest eontest ¬
test being held by tho Y W C A has hasclosed h hclosed baaclosed
closed with the blues In the lead having havingenrolled balngeQrolled havingenrolled
enrolled twentythree n nw < iw members membersMiss memberaMiss membersMiss
Miss Margaret Fox Fo is the thq th leader of the theblues theblues theblues
blues The yellows under und l tho leader leadershIp leadership j jship
ship of Mrs H B F Maofarland are arosecond ar arI aresecond
second with twentytwo ttenttwomembers members wlvJIo wlvJIothe wl whjlcthe lc lcthe
I the greens under Miss Florence Cleaves Cleavesand CI808and Cleavesanti
and the indigoes under Mlss 11 Marian MarianThatcher MarianThatcher tarlanThatcher
Thatcher come next ne < t eAch o eh having nine nineteen ninoteen nineteen ¬
teen new members membersThis memHrIThis membersThis
This contest was started with the aim aimof aImot aimof
of securing s curlng 1100 new members for the lo local 10cal local ¬
cal association by January 13 when the thecontest tb tbcontest thecontest
contest will close ClOS with a alianquot banquet Mrs MrsAVoodbury Mnroodbun MrsWoodhury
AVoodbury Pulsifer Is the chairman of the themembership themembership themembership
membership committee commltt o and is in charge chargeof chargeot
of the contest contestWilliam contestWilliam
I William Kuowles Jno IM Cooper the gen general generalsecretary generalsecretary ral rals
secretary s retnry of the Young Mans on Christian ChristianAssociation CbrlatianAssociation krIatianAssociation
Association will deliver d JleT ah an address on onthe Oftthe onthe
the Reward ot Christian aervlce to totho tothe tothe
the members of the Y W C A this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon at a vesper service held in the theassociation thenSiOclation theassociation
association rooms roomsS roomsSq
S Sq F MnrnhnllM Jnrhl1 Will ill Probated ProbatedThe Pro1mtetlI ProbatedThe
I The will of Sydney P If Marshall was wasprobated wasprobated wasprobated
probated yesterday Mr Ir Marshall Mar hnn leaves l leavesthe ae I Ithe i ithe
the whole estate to his niece Miss Mary MaryGraham MaryGraham MaryGraham
Graham Marshall the sole surviving survivingmeinbcr survtlngm survIvinginajnbcr
meinbcr m inajnbcr bcr of the famous Marshall family familyof familyot familyof
of Which Chief Justice Marshall was a amember amember amember
member It Is provided that the United UnitedStates UnitedStates TjnitodStates
States Trust Company and Charles CharI os A ADouglas ADougJas ADouglas
Douglas trustees pay Dayher her 106 a month monthfor monthtor monthfor
for live years eD1i and then surrender the thewholo theholo thewhole
whole holo estate eat ate estimated at 310000 S40000Kappa 0000 0000n11fJR j jKnppa
Kappa n11fJR Alplia Alumni Banquet llniianetThirty 1JnuquetThirty BanquetThirty
Thirty covers were laid at the annual annualbanquet annualbanquet annualbanquet
banquet of the Kappa Alpha Association Associationof As oclatlon oclatlonof
of Washington at the Arlington last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night The principal address ud ress was made madeby madeb madeby
by b Representative Morris Shepherd of ofTexas oCi ofTexas
i Texas Several short speeches were made madeby mntleIby madeby
Iby by the th members memb r rs of the association a a59ciation claUon
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IpARENTS PARENTS OF PUPILSTOI PUPILSTOm PUPILS PUPILST0f
TOm GET TOGETHER TOGETHERMeeting TOGETHEReetillg T0GETIIRIeeting
Meeting eetillg Will Be Held at the theWestern theW theWestein
Western W esterll High Hi h School SchoolThe
The flrt meeting of the Home and andSclfool andSelrool andSeliooI
Sclfool Association of the Western Illch IllchSchool 111ghSchool 311gbSchool
School for this school session will be beheld beheld beheld
held next Friday evening In the school schoolbuilding schuolbuildIng ucholbuilding
building It has not been possible to tohold tohold tohold
hold a meeting JpeotlngoarUer earlier on account of the themany thomany themaul
many improvements the building has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been undergoing undergoingMuch undergoingMuch undergoingMuch
Much interest has been manifested In Inthe tnthl inth
the th work and President Frederick Sid Siddona Siddons Siddons
dons Is anxious to have every parent parentwhose parentwhoso parenthose
whose hose child attends the school to be become become become ¬
come a member of the association and andextends nndoxtQnda andextends
extends an invitation to thorn to attend attendnext attendnot attendnext
next Fridays IJrl tls meeting A membership membershipcard memberehlpCtlrd memberhIpcard
card has been sent ont all parents Inter Interested Intorested Interestod ¬
ested In tho th work workFriendly workIlrlentlly workFriendly
Friendly Cooperation Sought SoughtThe SoullbtThe SoughtThe
The object of tho association is to topromote topromotq topromotq
promote promotq friendly oooperation between betweenthe betwecnthe betweenthe
the home and the school with a view to tobottoriner tobottorlng tobettering
bettering educational conditions Tho Thoprogramme Thoprogrammo Theprogramme
programme for next Fridays meeting is isas Isu Isas
as follows Reports of coxnmloteo on onExtensions onExtonslons onExtensions
Extensions of tho uses of school build buildInjys bulldIng buildIngs
Injys Ing and committee on The use of ofexhibits otoxhlblts ofexhibits
exhibits at National Museum by high highschool highschool highschool
school pupils pupilsA pupUA p
A T 1 P Stuart suporintendcnt of ofschools atIKhools ofehoois
schools will talk on A problem closely closelyAffecting oloselyIftootlng closelyftttoeting
Affecting the high schools ot Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton and how home and school associa associations associations associatiofle ¬
tions can assist in Its solution solutionSTUDENTS solutionSTUDENTS solutionSTUDENTS
STUDENTS HOLD SMOKER SMOKERE
E C Breeze lrelcle Pro Idea lit l lost IoatPrnlllUnl lostPrandlal o t tPraiullnl
Praiullnl Exercises Exercl < < ell of Class ClnswOne CluBHOna ClassOne
One hundred students stu1ents of Georgetown GeorgetownLaw G GeorgetownLaw orsotown orsotownLaw
Law School class of 1812 held an au infor informal Informal inCurinal
mal smoker at the Arlington Hotel last lastnight lastnIght lastnight
night nightK
K 14 C Breese nr chairman of the commit comml commltee committee
tee on arrangements arran lmontB presided at tho post postprandial post11nu1lIal postprandial
prandial exercises and tho thololl lollowing loll ollowlng owing r rsponded rspontltd rspondod
sponded to towns tou Prof Edward Brady BradyHoward BradyHoward BradyHoward
Howard S McCandltoh Arthur Arthpr ByX UDe UDeRiemer D DRlemer > e eRlomar
Rlomar William 1U1am IS Leahy Leah T Raymond RaymondClark RaymondClark RaymondClark
Clark and Merton W V Sage SageWILL SageWILL SageWILL
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Panama Canal exposition In 1915 will be beformulated befOnttuJatC4l beformulated
formulated at a meeting of o the joint com committee committ coalmittes ¬
mittee mitt of the Board of Trado and the theChamber theCbahlber theCbasnber
Chamber of Commerce Comnu rco next Tuesday at afternoon attemoon atternoon ¬
ternoon in the Chamber Chain er of commerce commerceDefinite CommerceDeftnle CommerceDetlnite
Definite steps wll be taken t kon toward mak making makIng maklug ¬
ing arrangements for the celebration celebrationNeighboring cetobratlonNeighbor celebrationNghborhig
Neighboring Neighbor cities have slgnliled their theirIntention theirIntenUon theirintention
Intention ot helping Washington in it its itsefforts Itsaorta itsefforts
efforts to arrange arrane a a celebration which will willfittingly willfittingly willtlttingly
fittingly commemorate the opening of o the thecanal theOfnaL thecanaL
canal
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as Practical Suggestions Sugg stions for Every Member if Qf the Family FamilyHelpful F rnilyHelpfulThats rnily mily1HelpfulThats
Helpful HelpfulThats Thats it exactly And could help like this be more truly welcome than right now nowWhen nowWhen nowWhen
When you perhaps are undecided what to give and what to pay This announcement simply hints at a afew afew afew
few substantial gift things chosen at random from overflowing Holiday Stocks but it is a safe guide to tofollow tofollow tofollow
follow because it indicates the trend of the savings The ideas will stimulate active thought if nothing nothingmore nothingmore nothingmore I
more But you must cross the threshold here if you would w uld appreciate the real importance import nce of ofthese these splen splendid splendid splendid ¬
did helpful offerings offeringsSHOP offeringsSHOP offeringsS
EARLY IN THE DAY AND ANDEARLY ANDEARLY ANDI
SHOP S HOP EARLY EARL
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WE WILL WILILAUNCH LAUNCH A BROADCLOTH BROADCLOTHSALE BROADCLOTHSALETomorrow SALE SALETomorrow SALETomorrow
Tomorrow that is Far Superior to Any Youve Ever ver Known KnownAll KnownAll KnownAll
All Imported Cloths in Black and All Colors Worth i
< j 2 > 225 250 and 275 All to Go at atAll atAll
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All Perfect i No Seconds No Short Ends BUT FULL PIECES PIECESSeveral PIECESSeveral PIECESaSeveral I
Several weeks ago we heralded a broadcloth sale that was the sensation of the town townEvery townEv townEvery
Every Ev < ry woman who attended knows what wonderful bargains we offered ffered at that time The Thequalities Thequalities
qualities and colors can in no way be compared with the ones we will have on sale to J J A Y ymorrow I ARD ARDmorrow A R D Dmorrow
morrow We Ve secured this lot from the largest importer in New York Some of these were werecanceled wereranreled werecanceled
canceled orders owing to the late deliveries del eries others were surplus stocks All were sold to us at a tremendous sacrifice the importer importerknowing importerknowinR importerknnwiiig
knowing that we could handle the entire lot WHEN THE GOODS ARE AR1 RIGHT AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT THERE IS NO NOU NOLuT NO140T
U LuT T TOO LARGE FOR US This lhislot lot comprises c mprises 142 pieces or about 6850 yards ar < ls The colors are exquisite and just the shades you youwant youwant youwant
want for this seasons wear Thereare lfhcre are plenty of blacks 52 to 56 inches wide permanent lustrous finish and we sponge them free freeof freeof freeof
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of charge We have never in our history given givei such values as we do in this lot of broadcloths Just think of buying cloths worth up upto upto
to tl 275 a yard at the low price of 98c 98cA 98cA 98cA
A Cape Coat or Dress Pattern Will Make a Fine Xmas Gift
20 2020 20 20 20f 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20J 20 20 20
20 100000 I 0 0 0 0 0 Worth of ReadytoWear Goods Goodsto 20 20to 20to
to Be Sacrificed at a Reduction of 20 20The 2000
20 20 20Womens 20Vmen 20VVOfl1e11S
The greatest BeforeChristjnas Reduction Sale ever attempted We Ve must dispose of our entire stock of ofomens
Womens Vmen omens s Misses and Childrens Childrer ChildrerSuits Suits Coats Dresses Furs Waists Rain Coats Evening Wraps Velvet VelvetSuits Yc1et Yc1etSUI
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Marked Prices on onWomens onJ
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Womens long and Short Coats CoatsChildrens
2000 20 Childrens long and Short Coats and andDresses andDresses andDresses
Dresses Misses Long Lon and Short ShortCoats ShortCoats ShortCoats
Coats Womens and Misses Evening EveningWraps EveningVraps
Wraps Womens Rain Coats Wom Womens WornVP ¬
20 20 VP U J ens Silk Waists Womens Velvet VelvetWaists VelvetWaists VelvetWaists
Waists Womens Fur Coats Wom Womens Womens Wornens ¬
ens Misses and Childrens Fur FurSeta
2000 20 Sets Childrens Bestyette Rain BainCapes RainCapes RainCapes
Capes at uniform unfformprice price price 375
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AND FOLDING SCREENS MAKE FINE GIFTS
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nette and Cluny Curtains full fullwidth rullwidth fullwidth
width 3 yards long neat dalnt dalntand dalntand dainty daintyanti >
and effective designs In both white whiteand wh1t5 wh1t5anti whltanti
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of designs in each style wIde elabo elaborate elaborate olaborate ¬
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effects tr ts plain centers centersnndmndal1lons centersnndmndal1lonsh aridmedallions aridmedallionsA
A pattern for to every or purpose purposeThe 5500 5500A c nn nnTho
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per yard yardTwentyfive PAUU PAUUTwentyfive
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ALLEN ALLENOn On Saturday Satur a December 3 1910 1910at 1910at 1910at
at 5 p m at her home in Chevy ChevyChnse ChevyChnsl Chevythnso
Chnse Md Mrs FLORENCE AMIE AMIEALLEN AMIEALLEN A1tIEALL1JN
ALLEN wife of Wallace Brown BrownAllen BrownAllen BrownAllen
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fieorco eorge T 1 and Gertrude li t Morally girl sirKraet girlZru girlIlmest
Kraet Zru t C and Ana Saltanan girl girlJAPANESE tlrlfPANESE girlLtPANESE
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Hatrten 1rand and Katherine Smith gitl gitlEdward IhlEdward rl rlEdward
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20 20SALE 20SALE o oEverything
SALE SALEEverything SALEEverything
Everything in our Suit Coat and andFur andFur andFur
Fur Dept at 20 > discount off offmarked offmarked offmarked
marked prices
SO oO o Renaissance Rnafssnn e Bed Set et largo largoopenwork largoopenworic I Iopenworlc
openwork motif In center smaller smallermotif smal1rmoUt smallermotif
motif In each corner corneri Battenbcrg Dattnb rg In Insertion InsprUon insertion ¬
sertion full valance valqpce edged edgt > d with saw sawtooth sawtooth sawtooth ¬
tooth braid braldi bojsterpi boIsterpice ce cf to OA 4 49 Af Afmatch
match The set setOriental setOriental y yOriental
Oriental Couch Covers from SOc to toc00 tol2Oo < o
1200 each
1250 12 O Bobbinet Bed Set large mo motlf motit motie
tit ot exquisite design d lgn in center sur surrounded surroundcd currounded ¬
rounded by b wIde wJdo border of real re l Re Renaissance Ronalesnnce Renaissance ¬
naissance work worK founded upon excel excellent excelIEnt excellent ¬
lent net noti wide full valance neatly neatlyedged neatbedged neatlyedged
edged bolsterpiece with withlarge CQ Q9 50 Cfi Cfilarge
large design The set setOther 0yOU 0yOUOther 1P 1POthrr
Other Sets Set for 9208 fO98 39S 8500 500 OO
600 6fl9 no so io to U6O
Nothing Prettier or More Acceptable b f for a Gift than thanTABLE
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Extra Fine Hemstitched Huck
Guest Towels 35c quality OC
Spccirtl each Elach72lnchGerman each721flC12 25c C C72ncli
72ncli 72lnchGerman German Silver Bleached
Damask 5126 12f quality Spe Speelal ci tl 00 AA AAclal
clal per yard yardThreeguartor i0l J JThreequartor vU vUThreequarter
Threequarter Bleached Irish Nap ¬
kins 37i quality Special Specialdozen 5 nft
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27x 27xUinch < 2lnch Extra Fine Dnmaiak Damask Dnm k
Huck Towels In a variety of ofdesigns ofg ofdesigns
designs 150 value l Special Special21x40inch 1 1 01 AA AAeach
each g lf iUU iUU21x40lnoh 100 1002b40lnCh
21x40lnoh Hemstitched Damask
Towels Towe si 65c 65 quality Special Specialeach 50c CA CAeach
each eae h OUC 1
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Bchool at 930 9 > > Hector will preach All 11 welcome welcomePedro welcomeII lcomc lcomcmmumuumuuu
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