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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TRIDAY, JULY 26. 1912.
THE NEW BOYS' SHOP
Second Floor of The Greater Palais Royal
Cloth Suits at Finally
All the boys' Cloth Suits, light and
medium weights, Norfolk and .Double
r breasted styles, many with two pairs of
Were $3.50 Were $4.00
Were $5.00 Were $6.00
' Were $7.50 Were $10
Were $12 Were $15
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER. CLOSE 5 P. M. G STREET.
SPECIAL WEEK-END TRIPS
WASHINGTOVS ATLANTIC CITY.
STEAMER ST. JOHNS
Leaves Seventh Street Wharf Dallr Except Monday, at 0 a. m.
Saturday, at 2:30 P. M.
Sunday, at 9 A. M.
Round Trip, One Day, 50c
Round Trip Good Intil September 3, $1.00
BEST SERVICE TO
Arizona, New Mexico, Mexico, &EIPaso,Tex.
VIA WASHINGTON-SUNSET ROUTE.
Personally Conducted Toorlst Sleeping; Car
Without Chang, Five Times tleekly. ta Loa Xi
celes and San Francisco.
LOWER BERTH, 9. UPPER BERTH, $7.20
!..,,--. Standard Drawlnc-room Sleeping; Cars. Clnb and Library
Observation Cars. Dlalna; Care 'Supplied from Best Markets of the World.
Kates and Steamer Reservation. Japan, China, PhUlpplaee, Around tba
A. J. POSTON, General Agent, 4. w.w'
OLD POINT COMFORT
FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS
Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Co.
71 FifiT.tlS.r.t (WJ-arJ B.iH.nf)
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
On ocean front, do to all attraedoDi; e-v
padtr, 1.000. The loatlao, Urst roams, tsd open
torroandinci hiTt UbIisbed thk ai th mot
ccmforUbta bote! for the summer. All bath aup
rJiM with tea tod fresh, titer, rawing vatar la
neat room, spacioaa rromeriide Tcrandaa orer
lookiEf tha famona boardiralk. Ordhtra. Uigtt
claxa mUor-nt. American and European plana.
k. $. RUKETSER. Hgr. JOEL H1UMA3I. Prei.
Frequent Car Service from
36th and M Streets N.W.
Concert Every Evening- at
By larre sectlaa of
y. S. MARINE BAND
OTHER EW FEATURES.
Dancing. Admission Free.
STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTER.
TWO TBIPS DAILY TO
Leartor Serrnth Street Wharf at 10 a. m-, retnrnlnf
it 235 p. m.; leaTlng at 120, xttmrixiz at I.U
Rocnd trip, 15c, -taclnditi ffTTri--'n" to sronsda as.
Summer boarders wanted In the coun
try near "Washington. D. C Can ac
commodate 6 or 8 lady boarders I have
large entirely new hojse and furnishings,
excellent water,- abundant fresh vege
tables, fruit, fowls, &c; 3 miles from
depot. Terms moderate. -For further In
formation address Sirs N. H. SISSON,
Fairfax Courthouse, Va., Route No. 1,
Vehicles meet the cars
CAPE MAY HOTELS.
Vlrclnln At?, near Bench, Atlantic City.
Booms en suite with hot and cold sea water baths.
Heritor from street JerrL XL5Q daily and up. Spe
cial weekly rates. Aulo coach xneeti traina. Ca
pacity, 500 Write for booklet.
COOPER A LEEDS. Owgcn and FropB,
Virginia Ave. and Bach. AUantic Oty. N J.
Prima batha, elerator, mnaic. JUS) up weekly.
Michigan are., near Beach. Otpadty SO. Erery
modern oonTenlenc and comfort. Print batha.
rooms with running water; elerator. Special weekly
rates. R. J. O8B0RNE & SON.
So. Florid Are.. Bear Be&di; bftthic from lull.
Special July Rates
$1.50 DAILY $8.80 UP WEEKLY
Homeifae select, larva airy room, print baths.
reputation iot Dounteouaiy rappuea
Booklets. MBS. M, A. SMITH.
Maintained our '
table II Tears.
REASONABLE RATES. J. H. GOEMLET.
Whola block on Boardwalk.
CAPACITY. HXX ATLAXTXO C1TT.
Ccix-edrd tha ideal location. 10 decraea cooler thai
tipper part of 1 ". Paradlaa for chlldran; largt
play room Ail windows acrecnad. Hot and cold sea
water batha. cumber rooms with ptirata batha. Man
bedrooms with hot and cold runnta water. Ttbli
and aenice noteworthy Auto coach at traina. Mod
crata ratas quoted upoa request. Photo booklet.
D P. RAUTEIL
Answen the Defense of Taf t by
Xondell with VitrioUo
Business in tha Bona of Represent
atives -was suspended for ma hour yester
day to listen to Representative George
W. Norrls, tha Nebraska, progressiva, de
nounce the nomination of President Taft
at Chicago as "fraudulent theft,' Tha
progressiva leader concluded bis reply to
tba speech Wednesday of Representative
Frank W. Mondell of Wyoming, who bit
terly attacked CoL Roosevelt, and denied
the Roosevelt charges of 'stealing dele
gates." Representative Noma did not
have a prepared speech. He spoka "right
off the bat." ridiculing the claims of
Representative Mondell that Taft'a -vic
tory waa 'regular ana legal.
Clustered about Mr. Noma and glvlng-
him frequent applause were a group of
tha House progressives tha little xaitn
ful band formerly denounced a "In
surgents." The Republicans' Beau were
crowded, too. and many Democrats
listened contentedly, their faces wreathed
In broad smiles aa Noma shot his cans
tlo bolts at the Taft supporters. Norrls
was frequently Interrupted by "regu
lar" Republicans, Indignant and belli
gerent. Contests of delegates at Chicago from
Texas were analyzed In detail by Nor
rls. Ha denounced tha unseating of OoL
Cecil Lyon and his Roosevelt delegates
aa "one of tha grossest frauds of the
whole Chicago robbery."
ro-h.n Vnrrli beran Senators Kenyon
of Iowa and WUllam Alden Smith of
Michigan were among hla auditors. Rep
resentative Humphrey of Washington
gava notice that he would reply to-day
to Norrls statements regarding alleged
frauds in the Washington State conven
tion vnrria onened nre upon ma
"Southern delegates." declaring many
Federal officers manipulated the Ala-
rh. nlirr list alone of these officers
among the delegates ana aiwraai
amounted to J50.000 annually," said Nor
rla "Every white roan on the Georgia
delegation except one waa a Federal of
ficeholder. Their Joint salaries were JSJ.00Q.
In those Southern States there Is
no Republican party, and the salaries
of all of the Federal offlceholdera from
the South at Chicago -would amount to
Jl 000 000. That Is more than the Repub
lican organization and party la worth
"If any Federal officeholder In Texas
had the nerve to oppose Taft. as Mr.
Mondell declared, "ha ought to have a
chromo. a medal, and a pension "
Norrls read a statement irem (-Diner's
Weekly denouncing the Taft dele
gates from the South. Norrls then
linked Ohio and Massachusetts primar
ies in his attack.
"We find Roosevelt telling some or
h. Mtut.nrhiisatta delegates to vote
for Taft," said Norrls "In Ohio we find
Mr. Taft. at the State convention, send
ing a dispatch to his managers. like
this: T hope my friends will not con
sider any compromise.' Defeated by
47,000. but giving orders to capture the
convention and get tha delegates waa
Taft's position In Ohio. The plum tree
In Ohio was shaken a while ago, and
at least some of the men who obeyed
Taft's orders received their reward."
Continued from Pajre One.
FLAN TO CONTINUE
1912 SUPPLY BILLS
Bbtue Leaden Believe Appropria
tion. Mearorei Will Be
Convinced that In tba one week remain
ing of July It will ba impossible to secure
passage by both houses of Congress of
tha bills which appropriate money for tha
executive departments. House leaders
yesterday planned another "continuing
On July 1 the government departments
were legally out of business. Congress
had appropriated no money for tha fiscal
year beginning on that day. To tide
teem over, however, a resolution was
rushed through permitting chiefs to ex
pend a sum equal to one-twelfth of their
last year's appropriation In the month.
Within the next few days leaders expect
to rush through a similar measure cover
This action Is based on tha belief that
It will ba impossible for the big supply
measures to become law In tha one week
remaining1 of July. The legislative, ex
ecutive, and Judicial appropriation bill
Is still In conference, and so Is the sun
dry civil bllL There are several eon
tested questions In each, and an agree
ment before August 1 Is despaired of.
Department chiefs say they are seri
ously handicapped by the "continuing
appropriations" plan. Along toward the
end of the fiscal year all the depart
ments are practically broke, and as soon
as the new appropriations are available
It la the usual practice Immediately to
replenish by expending a big part of
the year's appropriations. Under the
limitations this year, however, chiefs
have been held down to small expen
BANKER OEUEEOUS IF
BECIPIENTS TURN DOWN
OUTS OF ROCKEFELLER
New Castle, Pa, July 3. The will of
the late Thomas W. Phillips, banker.
Philanthropist, and the largest Indepen
dent oil producer In tha country, filed
to-day, makes a number of bequests to
educational anl religious bodies, provid
ed that they do not solicit or accept
money from John D. Rockefeller The
estate Is valued at $2,000,000 and his
beneficiaries are his widow. Farophlla
H Phillips, and three children.
To the Oklahoma Christian University,
at Oklalvoma City. Okla., ba left a be
quest of 3,000, also 15,000 to tha same
Institution aa a fund to establish a Bible
chair at the unUerslty, and numerous
other bequests to Institutions of the
Christian Church In other parts of the
country are stated.
Dnll Moose Seata or
Chicago, July 3. Sale of seats for the
progressive eonentlon opened here to
day under the direction of Ralph C Otis
and Laverne w. Nojei, chairman and
treasurer of the executive committee.
The seats are offered at $20, $15. and $10.
They cover the entire convention, August
6, 6, and 7.
ob!eman Killed ly Llshtnlnc
TarlJ. July S3. Struck by lightning.
Marquis Louis de Monttbello was found
dead under a tree near his chateau at
Merevllle to-day. He had been killed dur
ing a storm last night.
SPIRO LADICOS TO
BE DEPORTED TODAY
Former Attache of Greek legation
to Be Sent from New York
Splro Ladlcos, the former attache of the
Greek legation here, will be deported to
day. According to tha Immigration Bu
reau laws. Ladlcos Ik In the United States
In violation of law as an "assisted alien."
Ladlcos case has attracted attention, and
efforts were made to allow hint to remain
in the country, but the officials of the
Department of Commerce and Labor
state there is no alternative under the
law, as tha Greek admits that his passage
was paid by another person. The officials
also claim that Investigation of his career
here shows that Ladlcos Is an undesirable
Ladlcos was arrested July 18 and given
a hearing. At this hearing he stated
that he was born In Athens and educate
In Italy. Ladlcos told the Inspector that
nis passage to wis country u nM h
Louis Therlot de Graffln, a Frenchman.
Ladlcos said that ba acted In the ca
pacity of secretary to the Frenchman
and also gave him Instructions In Italian
and Greek. De Graffin, on examination,
denied that Ladlcos waa bis secretary,
but admitted that he had paid the young
man's passage to this country, had cald
blm from $10 to $50 a month since, and
that Ladlcos had lived with him. The
Inspector also reported that De Graffln
was "very evidently In some awe or fear
Ladlcos arrived In this country on July
a, 1909. For some months ha was em
ployed at the Greek Legation. He
blames all his troubles on Mr. Caften
zoglu. charge d'affaires of the Greek Le
Ladlcos came to this country on the
La Saiole. of the French Line, and will
be taken back to France at the expense
of tho steamship company.
"YING" OR "WING," POLICE
ARE IN GRAVE DOUBT
AS TO GUILTY PARTY
The existence of two Lee Wings In the
city has caused the police and court au
thorltlca much confusion In connection
with the prosecutions resulting from the
raid at the Pennsylvania Avenue fantan
Joint shortly after Sunday midnight. In
cidentally, It came very near putting an
abrupt end to the charges fl'ed against
the celestials alleged to have conducted
the gambling house.
Wednesday, the Lee Wing who was
arrested during the raid as a principal,
was arranged In the Police Court. He
pleaded not guilty, and demanded a Jury
trial, never once Intimating that he was
the real Lee Wing Directly following
tho appearance of Lee Wing. No. 1, In
court, the police dlacoer.d that there
nas another almond-eyed Individual
bearing the same name In Washington's
Chinatown. So, yesterday morning, Lee
Wing, No 2. was arraigned He demand
ed a Jury, een as his Oriental brother
Testerday, policemen noticed that tho
sign on the Pennsylvania Aenue house
In which tha raid was made bears the
name of Lee Ting The question Imme
diately presented Itself Hae the police
et alighted upon the right Oriental Is
it Lee Wing or Lee Wing or Lee Ylng. or
jhW A, $100 diamond onyour finger is 2Tif'
cdfiul more Influential than $1,000 in the bank ISsSC
H Were glad to charge j j
jL You donotpey an extra penny III
i ULiL f "T xi or k privilejea of an open I II
w ' XiscL'Lfey ccount w'tJ WaS
MK Buy whatever yon wish tell M
If ni just what terms will acconv f
I Jeik m01"te YOU there's but one
I II W price here, and you're welcome
I II rssssnTana to we accommonanon. i u
if Jl I I
Many persons imagine that all beers
taste pretty much alike.
This idea is knocked in the head
when you drink your first glass of Impe
rial Export The finest flavored beer you
$1.25 for 24 Bottles
An additional charge of 50c la made,
which will be refunded on return of
At Yoar Dealer's, or
authorities really want?
One Killed In Collision.
New Haien. Conn July IS. One train
man was killed and another badly Injured
collision between an express train
and a freight train at 5 30 o clock to-day
on the New Tork. New Hnn and Hart
ford Railroad at Stonlngton. No paseen-
Wlng" or "Ting" that the gers were Injured. Cecil Cheney, an en
gine hostler, was the man killed.
Exonerated by Coroner's Jury.
Lewis A. Miller was exonerated by a
coroner's Jury yesterday morning for the
killing of Vtllllam Cardoza. Jr, ho was
knocked down and crushed to death
Wednesday evening by an automobile
truck of the Adams Express Companj.
operated by Milter Death due to an un
avoidable accident was the verdict of
RHODE ISLAND RESORTS.
THE SPRING HOUSE
THE HOTEL HYGEIA
Block Island, R. I.
"After all there is no place like
BLOCK ISLAND in the summer
time." FINEST SURF BATHING
ON THE" NEW ENGLAND
COAST. Ball room in each hotel
Music and dancing. Outdoor
amusements to suit all.
For booklets and further infor
RAY PAYNE, Manager,
In cheap clothes, she looked older than
lulu unaney asxea 10 miuwcu w i
remain at the McCubbln home. She said
she waa afraid of uestor. xnen tan m
be had told her he would "get her" If
.u, .,.. nA invhnAt. nnd finally the
child alleged Restor had said he would
kill her If she told.
Tells Straightforward Story.
Under questioning the girl began to
tev.ti. When her tears were anea sne
turan to tell her story. It waa neces
sary for witnesses to leave the room.
But the child was certain she was teu
ir.tr ih. truth and she did not waer un
der cross-questioning It Is alleged she
verified In tne most minuie panicumr mo
charges or tne coiorea women.
...., C).,r4fr Kttir i.rr rnn nmisr) inr
..,...., nrttli StatA. AHnrnrv ClAr-
art ri.m.nri.ri that Tjilu Chaney be de
livered to his care. It Is said Restor
threatened to lnoke the aid of the au
thorlUea In regaining possession of the
girl, and declared he was legally her
Late that night, the McCubbln family
was arousea Dy a norBeraao, .uo a-
,... ..n anil nwn th. mad In front of
their home, firing a revolver In the air.
Other families in tne vicinity neara iue
-w- , hA n.l.hhnrVnnfl wah Aroused.
but tho horseman -vanished In the dark
ness as soon as ne naa appeareu.
A ., anf MntlllnlnP A LTraVfi Ch&rlT
and showing Sheriff Suit as complaining
witness was lssaed for the arrest of
Bestor on Wednesday. Bestor will be
arraigned on this charge before Justice
j. A. Rldgeiy at jaarmoro on luesuaj.
Officials suspect that Bestor Is the man
who tried to attack little Edith Zuras,
twelve years old, on the afternoon of
June 30, while she was picking berries
with several playraatea in a field not far
from the home of her father, G. M. Zuras.
who Uvea at Carmody Road and Third
Street Northeast, near Chesapeake Junc
tion. A description of the would-be assailant
waa given Sheriff Suit by Edith Zuras.
,. l. l..t nlfti. rrlat Tfo.tnr tnlHp.
.1 wua BMU . u.. .--
with the general description given by tho
Zuras child, snenn ami mieoua iu ia.no
Edith Zuras to Marlboro Jail and hae
v.- innv- At Bestor. He believes the girl
may identify the prisoner.
Robert Hnlatend Weds Mrs. Clam.
Cincinnati. July IS. Announcement
waa made in this city to-day of the wed
ding at Lake Geneva, Wla, last night
of Mrs. Clara Lunkenhclmer Halstead
to her brother-in-law. Robert Halstead.
The marriage took place at the aummer
home of Mra Louise Lunkenhelmer, the
bride's mother, and was private on ac
count of Mrs. Lunkenhelmer's Illness
The present Mrs. Halstead was the
widow of Marshal Halstead. formerly of
Washington, D. C , a son of Murat Hal
stead, of national repute as an officer
and older brother of Robert. He died
five years ago Since that time Mra
Halstead has had apartments In the Ver
rona apartment house In Park Avenue.
Walnut Hills. Cincinnati. The couple
will return here In about two weeks and
will occupy a nouse on neu nace, wal
Gamesters Shoot Vp Cafe.
New Tork. July JS. Undeterred by the
police war on outlaws, three men believed
to be East Bide gangsters raided the
cafe of the Manhattan Inn at Manhattan
Avenue and 107th Street to-day, knocked
the bartender and porter unconscious
with blackjacks In sight of several by
standers, and attempted to rob the cash
mister. They failed, but escaned In
a. taxlcab before police could, be cum-
THERE IS A MIGHTY DIFFERENCE
A comparison between the prices our patrons pay and the prices charged elsewhere will explain why we get the business. Our
method of purchasing in large quantities enables us to make these attractive offerings.
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
t Per 4 )
t Pound. IOC!
I Butter, I
t Prints ...OIC?
! Fresh Roasted I
A desirable article attrac-
V ttvely priced.
I Banquet Brand Cof- J
fee, per lb., 30c.
fThls Is our first offering of J.
this high-grade coffee, put up j.
,,, In one-pound packages under 4.
j. our own brand. We Invite all
X users of 35 and 40 cent cof- 4
j. fees to give it a trial.
r "I1 '! 'I1 V
t BEAUFONT 6IN6ER ALE, 3 t
bottles for 25c. t
NO. 1 NEW POTATOES,
per peck, 27c.
FANCY SUGAR CURED
HAMS, per lb., 17c. 1
Users of these hams find i
them cured Just right
t Good Quality, )CA
Per lb .CWC
I M t M' I 1 1 ! '1' !' !' ! '
PURE PRESERVES, in glass
t jars, 15c. 1
I Patapsco Flour I
U-ID. MCI., ataUC t
1Mb. Sack, 40c I
Users of this flour get a
combination of high quality
and low price that Is unbeat- T
ORANGEADE SYRUP, large
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TVTTVT 1 TTTVTVT V VTTVTTTr
Picnic Shoulders, cured to
please, per lb., 12c.
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,- A ifi A ft iti iti iTi it, iti iYi ili if A Ti A A .! 4 ? . .? .ft
V T V T V V . . 1 V T V i
I NABOTH GRAPE JUICE, f
per bottle, 17jc.
TVI'VTVTVTVTVVtfyTTTl I I . t
I PRIDE OF ENGLAND, Gen- J
uine Imported Sauce, t
per bottle, 10c. $
PAROWAX, 4 cakes to tho f
j. box, all for 10c.
I I1 'I' '1' 'I1 '1
4.4 t T V
PURE LARD, per lb., 13c I
l GOOD QUALITY MIXED 1
? TEA, per lb., 50c.
T We are not offerlns a low-
T grade article and telllntr you
3, that It la worth more We are
T slmplv offering an article v
X that Is worth every cent we
5. ask for It,
HIRES' HOUSEHOLD EX- 1
TRACT, per bottle, 15c.
rf. Makes delicious rootbeer that 4
Is healthful and lntlgoratlng.
DOUBLE TIP NOISELESS
Per dozen boxes, 15c. f
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LEAGUE OF CONSUMERS' FRIENDS
PATRONIZE THE STORE NEAREST YOU.
D. T. Batson, 621 Seventh street.
J. E. Dlgsle, Seventh and H streets.
Thomas naden. MS G street.
Lntber F. Hall, Twelfth and H streets.
Frank Mace. Seventh and F streets,
Colombia Tea and Coffee Co-, 1505 North
R, E. Roberson, Fifth and A Streets.
George Claggett, Sixteenth and II ata.
J. F. AUvrlne Son, BOO Twelfth street.
J. M. Annandale, 1209 H street.
J. Kraoa A Son, 010 Thirteenth street,
jr. Brayshaw, Jr, Sixth and A streets.
William H. Lelmbaeh, Sixth, and G ata.
B, E. W. Schmidt. Eighth and D streets.
A. G. Schmidt, Four-and-a-half and V
M. J. Whelan, Third ana O streets.
J. II. Goodrich, Eighth and F streets,
n. T. Gover, Seventh end C streets.
W. J. Cook. Twelfth and Irving Sta,
Brookbtnd. D. C
E. M. Tabb, nyattsvtlle. Md.
A. II- nitt. Sixth and O. atreata.
C. V. Sparrow, BOO North Capitol street.
W. S. Brown A Co, 1014 Fourteenth st.
J. n. Stone, 2444 Eighteenth street.
Thoa. Dean, First and Randolph Sta.
V. S. Brown dt Co, 1113 Fourteenth St.
W. T. DavlsFlfteenth and P streets.
C. Rammllna:, 312 Penna. avenue.
I A. Dodge. Seventh and T streeta.
II. E. G. Besley, 3332 31 Street.
M. Oppenhelmer A Son, DOS Mnth st.
O. A. Pendleton, 1330 Mnth street.
R. A. Rollins, Eleventh and M atreets,
H. C. Roberson, Xlnth street and South
R. E. amltb. Sixth and D atreets.
G. E. Bohannon, 535 roorlh street.
Brlnkley llros, 1101 Third street.
Brlnklry Bros, 023 Fourth street.
F. P. Zusehnltt, Second and X streets.
James R. Tune, 230 Eleventh street,
rtulnnd A Hones, Fourteenth and A ata.
Brlnkley Bros, 108 M street.
L. F. Luaby. Eighth and East Capitol
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