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ITHE. WASHINGTON HERALD. SATURDAY. JULY 27. 1912.
Woodward & Lothrop
THE NEW MEN'S SHOP
Store closed at S p. in.
Saturdays at 1 o'clock.
n ' m II ' I II
, -new i orK w A&niCN ivw-ran. .,
Children s Coats at
Greatly Reduced Prices. ;
For cool evenings in town, in the auto, or for the outing at
the .seashore or mountains there is a real necessity for light-weight
garments such as these, for children's .wear, and much, service is
-gained in their possession. We offer at much less than regular
prices a lot of Children's Coats, in serge, shepherd's. checks, fancy
stripes, black-and-white stripes, plain tan, black, and gray. Gar
ments of best materials, distinctive in style and making.
Some lined, others unlined; silk sailor,, shawl, and spade col
lars in harmonizing and contrasting" shades. Also a few Red Nor
folk Jackets with black or green velvet collars. A full line of sizes
from 6 to 14 in the combined lot
These prices now prevail:
$5.00 each for Coats up to $10.00.
$7.50 each for Coats up to $12.50. ' -$9.75
each for Coats up to $15.00.
Tfalrt flocrG St.
Final Clearance Prices Applied
To Every Boy's Fancy Suit.
CHEVIOTS, cassimeres, worsteds, serges, and other fine
wool materials, in brown, tan, gray, and blue gray the
choicest and most refined patterns and shades that can
possibly be secured. Double-breasted and Norfolk models.
Every suit js a new and seasonable model, and included are
light and medium weights, giving expression to style ideas Avhose
correctness has been proven and duly sanctioned by the general
$6.00. $6.50 and $7.50 Suits, $5.00.
. $7.50, $8.50 and $9.00 Suits, $6.00.
$10.00. $11.00, $12.50 and $13.50 Suits, $7.50.
A lot of Boys' Tan Soisette and Linen Blouses with soft col
lar attached; the popular materials, shades, and style this season;
sizes 8 to 15.
75c ach. Reduced from $1.00.
BOYS' AND ' CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS ALL
SHAPES, STYLES AND SIZES. HALF AND
LESS THAN HALF FORMER PRICES.
Thirl flopr Tenth tU
Special Values in New.
Seasonable White Materials.
These excellent values cannot be too strongly emphasized;
they are worthy the attention of ever' shopper.
48-inch Imported Sheer French Voile.
75c quality 50c yard.
27-inch Cotton Crepe requires no ironing.
Special price, 17c yard.
40-inch India Linon, sheer and enduring quality.
Special price, 12j4c yard.
Now is the most acceptable time to select English Nainsooks
and Longcloths for the making of winter undergarments and other
apparel for which these fabrics are so well suited.
12-yard pieces $1.50 to"S3.60 the piece.
No better values can be obtained.
Second fiocr F st.
President Taft spent yesterday after
noon playing golf with Gen. Clarence
Edwards at the Chevy Chase Club. Gen.
Edwards Is the President's guest at the
White House for a few days. Mr. "W. H.
Herron. Mrs. Tail's brother, and Mai.
Rhoads, the President's aid. are sUIl
guests at the White House.
Mr, and Mrs Edward B. Clark, of the
Ha roll ton. announce the engagement of
their daughter, Frances Beardsley, to
Frederick I Devereaux. of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Swindell. Jr.
Mr. Page West, and Mr. Frank Mudge,
all of Baltimore, were the guests Thurs
day of Dr. Jesse D. Cogglns, of Laurel,
who motored over to Washington for the
ball game In the afternoon between the
Nationals and the Detrotts. After the
game they 'motored UvrouglK Rock Creek
Park and Potomac Park and dined at the
Raleigh, where they were Joined by a
company of Washington friends. They
all returned to Baltimore on the late
train Thursday evening.
Mme Vasslllef. wife of the naval at
tache of the Russian Embassy, will leave
Washington next Tuesday with Com
mander Vasslllef for Newport, where
they will remain for the rest of the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Shlpe, the la
ter formerly Miss Ellse Wilson, of Balti
more, have closed their apartment at
the Ontario and are staying In the home
of Mr. Shlpe's uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs Walter S. Harban, at the comer of
Connecticut and Wyoming Avem.es. Mr.
and Mrs. Shlpe will leave next week for
a fortnights visit with relatives near
LAiray, Vs., and will go on a camping
trip with friends to do some flaring In
Miss Sail's E. Zimmerman left Tues
day for Portland, Me, by water, with
Mrs. 3. H. Saunders. From Portland
they will go to one of the quiet seaside
retreats In Maine, where Miss Zimmer
man will spend two months. She has
been quite 111 ever since the death of
her brother. Mr. Frank C Zimmerman,
which occurred In San Francisco almost
a year ago.
t-IT PAYS TO SAVE -i
We Will Tell You the Reason Later.
(.11... 9 ft wholesaler: out
uoiaen & io. 922.32s u. An.
PREVENTS AND RELIEVES
IDEAL SKIN PREPARATION
NINTH & NEW YORK AVE.
EXPERT REPAIRING OF WATCHES.
CHRONOMETERS. AND CLOCKS .
Flue Witches and Diamond. Established 1875.
THE LATEST NOVELTY
In eiqnklte Cot GIa- Flcirrr Vaaea art la
Hew 6terUnc Surer Filigree Baae Come in
ad are our assnrtmrnt. I'nCTt. HS and $600.
we sell onlr the Terr best trade of QUADRU
PLE PLATED SILVER WARE. Eeerr per
ninntred b the mannfactnrer Handaoma
ece TEA SETS m Colonial rattema and
otben from $13 to S3. Ensrsrins free
Jeweler and Silteramlth.
923 O St. N. W. Phone M. 4C43-Y
$75 For a Complete Funeral
The quilitj la better, the scrtice more complete,
nd the ettnitioa more thorough than will be for
clsherj by the old time, hiffh triced tmderUkeri at
doable the fljure.
W. W. DEAL & CO.,
WASHINGTON'S LEADING UNDERTAKERS,
Telephooe Lincoln SIM-
816 H St. N. E.
THIS WEEK ONLY
Regular 25c Vanilla, and Chocolate
Fudge, 19c lb.
Our Own Make.
11 00 Gallon. 25c Quart. 15c J"lnt
824 9th St. TT 1203 H St. se,
SOB 4H St. aw.
vFree Delivery All Parts of City.
Treat for Convicts;
Bride Is Hostess
Faterson. X. J. July 26. A wedding
breakfast was the peculiar treat given
the prisoners In the county Jail here jes
terday as a result of the wedding of
Head Keeper John"W. Qulnlan.
Mr. Qulnlan started on his acatIon
jesterdaj. A few hours after he started
he was back with a blushing bride The
latter expressed a desire to go through
the Jill Her husband accompanied her.
Introducing her to hold-up men, burglars,
pickpockets, and others held awaiting
The new Mrs. Qulnlan. scrry that so
many should be unhappy while she was
so glad, held a whispered consultation
with her husband The result was a
wedding breakfast for eery prisoner In
AVIATOR USES CRAPE
FROM MISS QUHJBY'S
COFFIN AS LUCK OMEN
Berlin, Conn. July X. Before a large
crowd at the local fair grounds this aft
ernoon Xtls J. Xelson and C. R. Hamil
ton, both of Xew Britain, began an aero
plane duel to settle their supremacy as
airmen. The aviators' contest Is on a
point basis, six events to-day and an
equal number to-morrow, the winner to
be decided on the largest number of
points to his credit.
To-daj's events, with the number of
points for each, are as follows. Quick
starting, 30 points; accurate landing, 10;
bomb dropping. -20, altitude climb, 10,
executing figure eights, 30, and five-mile
race. 20 points
Hamilton is using a twenty-three-foot
genuine Curtlss biplane, equipped with a
wuruss engine, and Nelson Is flying In a
70-horsepower machine. Tied to Hamil
ton's machine was a piece of black crape
taken from the coffin of Harriet Ouimbv.
the daring woman aviator who met deathJ
in a night at Squantunr. Mass Hamilton
said he carried the crape as a token ef
Comp. Bispan Tablets
Relieves Indigestion Quickly.
Postage Prepaid on Receipt of Price.
HENRY W. SMITH, Pharmacist
22d St. and FeoBa. Ave.
It Pays to Patronize Hodgkln's.
Mnrlfvltin'c fauilt paint store.
nOdgKin S au sere!. St. W.w!
MARRIES AWAY FORTUNE.
Richmond 'Woman Loae. 8250.000
When She Kails In Love.
Richmond, Va., July 28 By becoming
the bride of Walter S. McNeill, dean of
Richmond College law faculty, Mrs.
Martha Chamberlain Valentine forfeits a
fortune of 3250,000.
She was until this marriage the widow
of Edward V. Valentine, who Aed v-
eral years ago, 'leaving the bulk of his
estate to Mrs. Valentine upon the con
dition that she should not marry again.
Mr. Valentine was a son of Mann '8.
Valentine, founder 'of a prosperous meat
Mr. McNeill was graduated from
Harvard In 1904 with the degree of IX.
B . after winning a Ph. D. in Roman law
and political science at the University
of Berlin -
Mrs. McNeill Is a daughter of the late
John Hampden Chamberlain, editor for
many years of the old Richmond State.
She Is a niece of the late Dr. George
TV. Bagby. the Virginia author, whose
daughter. Miss Martha Baebv. was mar-!
ried to George Gordon Battle, of New
York. Bishop Gibson, of the Episcopal
diocese of Virginia, Is her uncle. The
couple will spend their honeymoon in
The marriage Is announced of Miss
Julia E. Cataldo and Mr. Earl A. Cox.
The ceremony was performed Thursday
in the parsonage of the Immaculate Con
ception Church, Rev. E. J. Connelly of
ficiating. Following the ceremony a re
ception was held for the joung people
Immediately after which they left for
a wedding trip to Atlantic City.
Mrs. Thomas M. Botts and her grand
daughter. Miss Cathrin Louise Fischer,
VA oodbridge, Va.. left Washington
jesterday for Atlantic City. Miss M
Botts and Mr. E. F. Fischer will
Mrs. Huldekoper and her son, Frederick
- Huldekoper, of this city. wha-.have
Deen guests at ,ne Gotham In New York
for a short time, have cone to Man
chester, Vt. for the remainder of the
Mrs. Owen and Miss Owen, wife and
daughter of Senator Robert L. Owen.
ae gone to their home In Muskogee.
Okla., for the summer.
MaJ. Gen. W. P. BIddle. commandant
of the Marine Corps,.aod Mrs. Biddle
Hre spending several weeks at Old Sweet
bprtngs. Sweet Springs, W. Va.
Mrs. Joseph Garrard, wife of CoL Gar
rard, commanding officer at Fort Mer.
has returned from a lslt with her sis
ter. Mrs. John U. Gullfoyle, wife of Col
Gullfoyle, 1 S A . at Fort D A. Rus
sell, Wj o , for the past se eral weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Geerge King and the
Misses King, of this city, who are on a
motor trip, hae arrived at Newport.
Mrs Samuel Spencer Is spending a few
dass In Washington en route to her
country place at Tuxedo Park
Mr. Murray A. Cobb has returned to
Washington from Greensburg, Pa .
where Mrs. Cobb Is the guest of her
mother. Mrs. George F. Huff, at Cabin
Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Cobb hae lust con-
cludd a -visit with Mr. Cobb s brother-in-
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius
hubs, jr. at tnelr summer home. Locust.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Ellis went oer
to New York jesterday morning to re
main until Tuesdaj.
Mrs John Sharp Williams and the
Misses Williams are snendine the sum
mer in Virginia, and will not return to
Washington until September.
.miss j una H Langhorne. a cous n of
Mrs Charles Dana Gibson, of Xew York
and Ensign James Parker U. S X ,
wno is stationed at Newport, will be
married August 14 in St. Luke's Church,
San Francisco A reception will follow
the ceremony at the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs James Potter
Langhorne Miss Langhorne was lslt
lng In Newark. X. J, last winter, when
she first met Ensign Parker, who is a
son of Col James Parker, stationed at
Fort Oglethorpe, Ga
Mr. and Mrs Will am F. Dennis hae
gone to Atlantic City for a week's stay
at the Marlborough-Blenhelm
Miss Beale, of Philadelphia has gone
to Newport to visit her cousin, Mme
Bakhmeteii, wire or the Ambassador
MaJ. Henry Leonard, U. S M. C, has
gone to New York to spend ten dajs.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Hopkins were
hosts at a luncheon party jesterday at
Xarragansett Pier, where they are spend
ing he season.
The Misses Wetmore, daughters of Sen
ator and Mrs George P. Wetmore. en
tertained a company at dinner at Xew
port last eenlng.
Mrs. Foster, wrlfe of Lieut. Victor Fos
ter. U. S A., of Fort Myer, will eae
the city to-morrow for Barnesvllle, Md.,
where she will visit Miss Mary White
and Miss Laura White, both of whom
were bridesmaids at her marriage, a
year ago. Mrs. Foster was formerly
Mlsa Lucy Garrard, daughter of Col. and
After a delightful visit to relatives In
Virginia. Misses Annie and Mary Ran
dolph have been, spending a few days
with Mrs. Thomas Prrlsh Randolph and
Mrs. Howell P. Young, of this city. They
will visit Atlantic City before returning
to their home In Xew York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Davis Potter,
of 1310 R Street Northwest, have re
turned from their trip toFrederick, Md .
having made the trip In their metor
Mrs. Thomas M. Botts and her grand
daughter. Cathryn Louise Fischer, of
Woodbrldge, Vt, left yesterday for At
lantic City. Miss M. V. Botts and Mrs
E. F. Fischer will Join their mother.
LETTER If END
FIGHT Fflfi ESTATE
Epistle Written by Late Ross R.
Winans to Son-in-law Expected
to Stop Litigation.
SHOWS AFFECTION FOR
Message Is Held by New York
Attorney Residuary Legatees
Sredal to Tbe TCastuagtoa timid.
Baltimore, Md., July 26. The discovery
of a letter from the late Ross R. Winans,
Baltimore millionaire, to Prince Henri
do Beam, his son-in-law, husband of the
late Beatrice de Beam, and preent sec
retary of the French Legation at I'ekin,
and for a time connected with the
French Embassy at Washington, clearly
indicating that he had no Intention of
cutting off his two grandchildren, despite
the fact that they were not mentioned
In his will, may put an end to the threat
ened litigation In the Winans estatf of
ims cuy ana eiewnere
Winans was known by his friends to
have loed his daughter extremely well,
and It Is said he had the tenderest feel
ing toward her two children Gaston and
Ceclle de Beam despite the fact that
no bequest was made to them. The
prince was for a time connected with
the French EmDasy at Washington,
holding a nominal poItlon. but not ac
credited as a secretar) or attache He
was quite at tenth e to several of the
well-known heiresses In Washington so
ciety, and was generally pronounced a
charming man He was a popular din
ner guist. and for a time was much
scught after The Countess Gtijckl,
when she was Miss Eleanor Patterson,
was one to whom he "paid pronouiced
Letter Shova Affection.
The letter In question, which Is now
held by a Xew York attorney represent
ing the prince, reads as follow s-
"I was glad to get the photographs
if the children I am astonished at
their growth. Gaston Is a fine fellow
ord Ceclle Is a beaut) and ery much
like poor little Beatrice at that age
"If )OU shculd pass through America
snd it is conenlent. I would, of course,
like to see them ery much
I suppose j ou heard that I i ery near-
left this world last summer I was
delirious for two months and after a
j ear I am by no means well I am glad
to know that ou are all well. Kiss the
two little darlings for their grandfather."
According to the New York Information
ie prince's attorney sajs there Is no
doubt of the authenticity of the letter.
na in Baltimore to-dav all those In
formed of I did not doubt It
The residuary legatees of the estate
are hoss w Whistler and George S
BellIon. stepbrother of Mr. Winans'
niotner. wnose share will aggregate
riaro K.wj.iw Both men are old
Wa Klnill Get $300,000.
Miss Dorothy Bate man. daughter of an
Innkeeper at Newport. It 1. who
kind to the Baltimore millionaire
Newport last summer, at about the time
winans wrote about his grandchildren.
was left NOO.CX) under a provision of the
will The will did not mention the
An amicable settlement at this time
will end a fight that has been Kolni; on
In the courts for the last three jears or
more since tne death of Beatrice
Winans. wife of thePrirce de Beam.
Mr. Whistler, soon after the death of
the mlllional-e. as well as Mr. Semmes.
declared that the children would be cared
for by those who held the estate In
charge It seems that one of the last
requests of Winans. the millionaire, was
that his grindchildren be looked out for
In a liberal way.
G Street two doors East of Eleventh, "
Close TO-DAY at 1 P. M.
A half holiday here on Saturday
during the summer means enthusias
tic work during the morning hours.
Call to-day before 1 p. m. and enjoy
being waited upon by young men
anxious to show their appreciation
of that half holiday.
Silk Shirts $2.35
If they were $2.35 Silk Shirts
they would not be worth while. A
good Wash Silk Neglige Shirt has
to cost at least $3.50. These were
Other Shirts 95c
These are $1.50 and $2.00 Negli
ge bhirts, with pleated bosom, fitted
with both soft and stiff cuffs. "Broken
lots," bunched and reduced to 95c for
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER. G STREET.
FIREMEN ARE BURIED
UNDER THOUSANDS OF
BOTTLES OF CHAMPAGNE
Paris July a A brigadier of police
and two other men are burled under the
ruins of buildings on the Mercier cham
pagne estate at Epornay to-day as the
result of a fire that raged at nignt ana
wiped out most of the buildings, destroy
ing more than SOn.000 bottles of cham
pagne. A policeman ana seen nremen
were Injured In the all-night fight
against the flames Gen Beandemoultn,
ho was directing the fight, had a nar
row escape from death wnen a rooi
collapsed over his head The fire was
not controlled until 1 o clock this morn
ing The loss Is over Jl.000.000
''Horse Trof Takes
Newport by Storm;
'Turkey Trof Goes
Newport. R. I. July X A new dance,
s-ild to be the legitimate successor to the
f imous "Turkej Trot. ' of San Francisco's
Barbery Coast, has taken Newport by
storm. It is called the "Horse Trot "
It was first Introduced last night at
a surprise dancing part, given in honor
,f Sirs feldney Jones Colford. b Its
originator Uriel Da1. of Washington,
and the )oung people who attended,
after they had mastered the new cre
ation, flatl refused to dance an) thing
A number of well-known society peo
rle. Including Mrs. Julian Llmle, Mr and
Mrs Preston Gibson, and Mrs. Colford
were particular active In learning the
rew step and excelled their fellow -dancers
In executing It
BRIDE OF THREE WEEKS
IN COURT FOR BEATING UP
HUBBY, SAYS SHE IS BOSS
New York, July 16. "You bet your life
1 11 be boss."
Mrs Bessie Schwartz, eighteen years
DROWNED IN SEYERN
Goes Beyond Depth While Bathing
and Sinks Before Help
Spedal to The Waahincton Hsrald.
Annapolis, Md., July SL Miss Mary
Woytch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis J. Woytjch. of Wostych Station,
on the 'Washington, Baltimore and An
napolis Electric Railroad, was drowned
this afternoon off Horse Shoe Point on
the Severn about three miles above
Annapolis Miss Woytych was a mem
ber of St. Marys Catholic Church, of
Miss Woytych had gone to the bath
ing shore, which Is a part of the farm
on the west bank of Weems Creek.
owned by the Redemptorlst Fathers of
Annapolis, with her brother, Louis Wo
tveh. and two girls, the Misses Bessie
Brady and Katharine Kramer. One of
the priests from Annapolis was also
The whole party were In bathing, and
the )oung man. who was the only one
who could swim, swam some distance
from the shore, when Miss Brady and
Miss Wovtvch began to call for help,
having apparently got beyond their
Miss Brady was brought Into shallow
water, largely through the efforts of the
priest, but Miss Woytych sank. By this
t'me her brother had reached a nearby
point, and he 'made every effort, assisted
by the others, to reach his sister. He
was unable to do so, however, nor were
any of the others who arrived later able
to reach her. the body not being re
covered for about three hours.
Colonial or Floral pattern,
silver-plated on nickel silver.
Six for One Dollar.
Regular size Thin-blown
Water Tumblers unlimited
quantity at this special price.
Pressed Glass Water Tum
blers, 25c dozen.
Glass and China Water
Choice, 25 Cents.
Lemonade Tumblers, .spe
cial, 3 cents each.
Dulin & Martin Co.
Pottery, Porcelain, China, Glasa,
1215 F St and 1214-18 G St
tySOO 1-lb. loaves to the barreL
No amount of skill can
produce quality Bread,
Cakes, and Pastries from
But REMEMBER that
ANY cook of average intel
ligence will turn out light
and nourishing products
AT YOUR GROCER'S.
B. B. Earnshaw & Bro.
Cor. 11th and M Streets S. E.
FIFTEEN MONTHS' OLD BABY
WEIGHS 77 POUNDS, AND
WEARS GHAT AND 8 GLOVES
Springfield. Mo.. July K. What Is be
lieved to be the largest baby In the
world was seen here this morning while
old. of iX Meserole Street, Brooklyn, a Jesse Fox and wife were waiting to go
prepossessing onae ot m-ee weeKS, nung to Joplln. where they expect to live
It. thi Original mi ImhIm
TktFHi.tiU far Mint.
FcIaaanli,IrrvaEds, and Growing children.
tnrorttothenuiaingmcahaand the aged.
Rich nalk, matted grain, n powder form.
KISS "$100; WINK. $40;
"GOOD AFTERNOON," $50;
FINES FOR MASHERS
Chicago, July 26. For a kiss. 1C0.
For a wink, 50.
For each additional wink. $23.
For coert glance. $10
For ditto glance, accompanied by a
good afternoon. $50
With a schedule of almost p-ohibltUe
prices Judge Scullj has started a real
war on mashers In South Ch'cago There
doubtless are methods of flirting not In
tne schedule now, the Judge exDlalned.
But they will be added as they come to
The schedule was prepared by Judge
Scully after he had heard the evidence
In the case of Mich,ael Rellnskl. who. It
i snown. gently closed his thumb and
lorennser just eo upon tne left arm
oi miss inerese Chemmax.
this answer to her husband s complaint
before Magistrate lMai, In the Manhat
tan Aenue Police Court. Brookln. and
stamped her foot when she vild it
John Schwartz, exhibiting a cut over
the e e and one behind the ear, tad his
wife in court on a summons to show
cause whj she shoula not be cnargea
with assaulting him
How old are jou" asked the magis
"I'm twentj-two and sh"s eighteen,"
said Schwartz. "Wee been married
Schwartz said he Just couldn't stand
his "wife's abuse" Sie wants to be
boss, he said
"Yes. and jou bet ur life I'll be the
boss," broke in Mrs Schwartz "I'll
not take orders from you or any other
nan. so there "
The baby Is fifteen months old and
weighs se ent -seven pounds. It Is well
proportioned and can wear a six hat and
a woman's Xo. S glove.
The parents say trey hae fed It
diluted whtsky since It was two weeks
eld It consumes a wine glass of
whisky dally, besides any other food It
The mother Is 5 feet 3 Inches in height
and weighs 102 pounds The father is a
farmer, feet 2 inches, and weighs 200
pounds The child weighed three pounds
at b'rth. but started to grow- rapidly
when two months old The family came
from the mountain district of HoweU
GIRL SEWS BUTTON
ON HER HAND AND
DOCTOR REMOVES IT
KINDLY ACT CAUSES TROUBLE.
Frrderle F. I.evrla
to nide li
AfBCK nd prepared ia a ante.
TaluMMsMtkite. A for HORLICK'S.
Hlm Any Milk Trust
i Hta Cnr.
New Tork. July 26 Mrs Lillian Lewis.
who has sued for a separation from
Frederic F. Lewis, vice president of th
Knickerbocker Motor Company, charges
him with be'ng Infatuated with a fifteen-)
ear-old girl, and declares he has
made threats against herself and her
baDy. It is declared that the little girl
mentioned, who Is a mere child, rode In
Mr. Lewis' car to his office with four or
fhe other children of about her aee.
and all the time she was there six or
seven of the men employes were present
arjd at work. Mr. LewU was at his
office attend'ng to his duties, and his
allowing the children to ride from his
house to tie office In his car was not an
Infrequent kindly act on his part The
tlme was .about 9 o'clock. i I
Srtal to The Waahlcctfin Herald
Baltimore. Md . July X. Her right fore
finger pierced and rlxeted through with
a, patent trousers button. Miss Hilda
Lacks, sixteen years old. was removed
to the Marjland I'nUerslty Hospital In
the Central District ambulance this
The girl was emplojed at Brent-Hurst
Ccmpanj's trousers factor. 205 West
Baltimore Street, on a machine that
Pierces the button band of trousers and
at the same time inserts and clinches a
metal button thereon Inadvertently,
Miss Lacks placed her right forefinger
beneath the descending needle and
stamper The metal puncher and disc
come down with a thud and, with a
scream, the girl saw that the button she
rad Intended fastening upon the trousers
had been tightly clinched through her
fnger. Immediately in front of the first
To release the button from her finger
Dr. William J. Coleman was obliged to
i,se the knife, splitting the finger from
the nail up and then miking two deep
cuts on both sides to release the shank
of the button
Miss Lacks was afterward removed to
her home. "U West Saratoga Street.
Undivided profits over.
Deposits over . .
It Will Be
to think of a SAFE DE
POSIT BOX after jou have
lost )our valuable papers or
Rent one NOW and pro
tect your valuables from loss
or injury. A'ery moderate
and Trust Company.
Ccr. 15th and N. Y. Avs.
"ON MAIDEN LADIES."
President ays Thcj tre weet anil
President Taft does not agree with
Rev Elmer B Huffer. of Grand Junc
tion, Colt), who sajs that old maids are
worthless to humanity and ought to be
exiled to an Island Miss Helen Gould,
who has replied to the Colorado clergy
man, ought. In fact, to be able to find
considerable comfort In the views of the
President of the United States. Here
is what Mr Taft had to say on old
maids , in one of his speeohes in the
South- He was talking to the girls of
a normal college In Georgia.
"I think that the secret of most do
mestic Infelicity is that )oung women
think that unless they are married their
11 es are not a success. As a matter of
fact, I believe the reverse Is exactly
true Look Into your own lives and
jour famll'es. Take some aunt of yours
ho never married What a sweet, self-
sacrificing, disinterested, and lovely char
acter she has grown to be, seventy and
eighty jears of age. and think of the
beneficence which spread over all the
family circle In which she lives. And
then tell me she would have ben better
off If she had been married I don't
428 Ninth Street
2315-2317 18th St
'Phone Columbia 86.
Wholesale and Retail
ft ithirigtQQ i Tifijng TTifitrr.
The Columbia Players 75c
Matinees Thur. and Sat.
NtXT WEEK HER GREAT MATCH"'
Nationals vs. Cleveland
SUSDH AT 2.30 COLUMBIA THE1TES
New Electric Score Board.
Reserved Seats Now Selling.
1. 1 If J J.l J
In -tit B!z ?vr Tat an! Chlaga Camedj Bit.
A GENTLEMAN OF LEISURE
First Tlsa In Any Uuh&ftca THettf.
NEXTWEEK-'THE I40N AND THE MOUSE."
ADMISSION ALWAYS FREE.
FROM 60 AMUSEMENTS
BAND. c. TO-MORHOW.
WATER FREEZES IN MARYLAND.
Caldonln Section Ilns Ilecord-lireal-Inar
Hagerstown, Md , July H For the first
time in a quarter of a century or longer,
ice formed In July on the Blue Bldge
Residents of Caldoma section on the
mountain report finding thin Ice on ves
sels containing water that had been left
out doors. The temperature at that time
was 45 degrees and T-ie weather was
snappy and unusually cold even for the
Wetern Railroad Ratae Rate.
San Francisco. July 56. Drastic ad
vances In railroad rates. In some In
stances amounting to as much as 100
per cent, to-day were announced by the
Southern Pacific Railway Company, and
the Atchlon. Topeka and Santa Fe. The
announcement came on the heels of re
ceipt of advance copies of new tariff
schedules from Eastern officials of the
roads The advances are declared to be
due to the rigid enforcement of the long
and short haul clause and to successful
complaints of Intermediate points against
terminal rates due to water competition.
Come On Along
Come On Along
With the Elks of Washington and
To Their Reunion at
July 29th to August 4th
50 Am usements SO
BELASCO ROOF GARDEN
Continuous, 8:30 to 11. All Seats, 38c.
Orchwtra Refreshment Mat. Sat.. 10c.
lictnrp In Theater If It ralna.
iock juenns out of orderi
Send Postal, and
I ARKIN The Sewlnr
laMKIMri; Machine Man.
Will Make Price and Work Right.
Corner 3d and H Streets NlW.
too good, comfortable homes tor
tired feet. OUR U S. ARMr STAND
ARD SHOE. Built by Government
CHAS. A. RICHARDSON ,
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