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THE WASHINGTON HERAID, WEDNESDAY, SEPTE3IBER 30, 1914.
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Woodward & Lothrop
New York WASHINGTON Pant
Continuing Today Our Exkibiiioa of Fall and
Winter Fashion ia
SUITS, DRESSES, COATS, WRAPS, FURS,
BLOUSES, MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
OUTER APPAREL
Our Great Third Floor Ready-to-Wear Apparel Sec
tions are brilliant with the New Fashions, portraying in
all the beauty of the season the practical yet picturesque
modes now engaging the attention of every woman. Every
thing that is new, everything that is in good tyle, every
thing in apparel that the well dressed woman will seek for
her wardrobe.
The aim of this Great Section of Women's Outer Ap
parel is to place before a discriminating clientele a most
complete and, extensive assortment of garments convenient
ly grouped on one floor, for their selection. The exhibi
tion will show plainly that our preparations have never
been greater.
We Extend Yon a Personal and Cordial Invitation to
View This Magnificent Assemblage of
Women's Faskions.
TODAY AND TOMORROW ONLY.
A Sale of French Model Suits and Gowns at
Very Special Prices.
To show how cleverly American designers have utiliz
ed the latest modes of Paris in evolving their creations for
American women, we have had on exhibition in connec
tion with our display of American made costumes:
20 Original French Models Imported for This Purpose.
They are the individual creations of such well known
couteriers as Paul Poiret, Bernard, Berhoff-David, Maurice
Mayer, Callot. Most elaborate and exquisite models in
Two and Three Piece Suits and Dresses, of panne velvets,
plush, broadcloths, braided and beaded chiffons, rich com
binations of two materials so much a vogue of this season.
In original, exclusive one of a kind styles, showing a bril
liancy of designing and workmanship difficult to Mirpass.
They will be offered two days only, today and tomorrow,
after which they will be removed from sale, and we have no
hesitancy in saying that this is one of the rarest opportunities
we have ever placed before our patrons.
The Prices Are Most Extraordinarily Low.
FOREIGN POSTS
FOR LUMEN
y
Appointments. Abroad Re
ceived by A. H. Baldwin
and C. W. A. Veditz.
IN COMMERCIAL WORK
Former Goes to London, While Latter
Has Been Selected to Locate
in Paris.
The Special 50c Luncheon Today.
CANAPE A LA BOSTON HOUSE. OR OTSTER COCKTAIL, OR
CHICKEN OKRA SOUP. OR CREAM OF TOMATO SOUP.
CHICKEN CROQUETS. WITH CREAM SAUCE. OR
POT ROAST OF BEEF WITH NOODLE&
MASHED BROWNED POTATOES. FRIED EGG PLANT.
SALAD A LA MACEDOINNE.
HOT ROLLS. CORN MUFFINS. OR BREAD.
BAKED APPLE DUMPLINGS WITH BRANDT SAUCE. OR
ICE CREAM.
Restaurant Sixth Floor.
WANT SECTIONS MADE "DRY."
The excise board on Friday will hear
petitions submitted by residents of Capi
tol Hill and Anacostla to have the5e sec
tions declared residential districts, in
which the sale of liquor is prohibited
after November 1. when the number of
saloons in the District must be reduced
to 3u0. The Capitol Hill petition is signed
by 1.CO0 residents. It was circulated by
the East Washington Civic Association
and the Anti-Saloon League. It seek to
include In the "dry" area all o the
Ninth and Fifth police precinct. The
Anacostla petition bears TOO signatui's.
Two of the moat Important appoint
ment as commercial attaches of the
seven announced yesterday by Secretary
Redfleld. of the Department of Commerce,
fell to men well known in Washington.
A. H. Baldwin, chief of the Bureau of
Foreign and Domestic Commerce, has
been appointed to London, and C W. A
Veditz. who was one of the men em
ployed In compiling; the present tariff law.
goes to Paris. All of the places have
been filled by men peculiarly fitted to
do the work of the new offices.
Five other posts are to be filled aa fol
lows: Erwln W. Thompson, to Buenos
Ayres. Argentina; Prof. Lincoln Hutchin
son, to Bio de Janeiro. Brazil; A I. Har
rington, to Lima, Peru, and Julean H.
Arnold, to Pekln, China.
Well Trained for Place.
A. H. Baldwin, who ia to be sent to
London as the United States commercial
attache. Is transferred to that position
directly from the Bureau of Foreign and
Domestic Commerce, where his experience
of four years has given him a training
which will be valuable in the new work.
He is from Connecticut, and first entered
the government service in 1SS4 in the
Bureau of Fisheries. His various activi
ties In the service since then include spe
cial service in the Department of Agri
culture, the Postofflce Department, the
Interior Department and as the govern
ment's representaUve at the Portland
and Seattle expositions.
Mr. Baldwin is familiar with all phases
of trade promotion work in the various
branches of government service and of
commercial organizations in the United
States. He was one of the men acUve
in organizing the Chamber of Commerce
of the United Slates.
Student of Political Science.
Mr. Veditz. who goes to Paris, is well
known here in Washington as a lecturer
on economical subjects and on banking
and currency. All of his study ha been
along that line, beginning with a course
In the Wharton School of Finance and
Economics of the University of Pennsyl
vania, his home state, and ccntinulng the
studies In eccnomlcs and political sci
ence in Germany, France. Austria, Swit
zerland and Italy. While abroad he wrote
extensively upon his special subjects. Re
turning to America in 1901, Dr. Veditz
was engaged alternately as a college pro
fessor and an expert Investigation for
the government. He speaks French and
German fluently.
The next Important post at Berlin will
be filled by Erwln V. Thompson, a
North Carolinian. Dr. Hale, who goes
to Argentina, has been on the staff of
the Pan-American Union since 1908. and
has traveled extensively in Latin Amer
ican countries.
Prof. Lincoln Hutchinson. Ph. D.. M.
A., who has been appointed to the post
at Rio de Janeiro, has made a special
study of trade conditions in Central and
South American countries for the De
partment of Commerce in 1905 and 1905.
Julean H. Arnold 1 appointed to the
post at Pekln. China, by transfer from
the position of consul general at Han'
kow. Mr. Arnold has an admirable reo
ord in the consular service and Is thor
oufrhly familiar with Chinese conditions.
FSENCH DENXrLOSS OP SHIP.
Eatkaiir Declares Jio Warship ITm
Uecn Sank by Aastriaas.
Denial of a German re nort that the Aus
trian forts at Cattaro had sunk a large
French warship .was Issued at the French
Embassy here yesterday on the authority
of Its sTOvernmnent,
Another dispatch from Bordeaux to the
embassy says:
"The French government published to-
oay in tne official journal a new decree
concerning the prorogation of payments
ana tne withdrawal of money deposited
In banking establishments. According t
mo iciras oi Article a, oi the moratorium,
the benefit of the sundry delays given to
the banking establishments by this de
cree cannot be claimed by any corpora-
lion which would have paid dividends on
Its stock or on founders' shares. This
disposition has been taken for the reason
that the creditors of hanking establish
ments and In particular those who have
checking accounts, are so situated that
they must have preference over stockholders."
GERMAN FORCES HOLD
OUTPOSTS OF ANTWERP
Malines. Thirteen Miles from Capital,
Falls After Severe Bombardment,
Says Belgian Report.
AL0ST SUFFERS UNDER FIRING
lly DEliXArtD BELANCOrRT.
Antwerp. Sept. 3. After a severe
bombardment, the Germans have occu
pied Malines. about thirteen miles south
of this city, according to an official
announcement given out today by the
war office.
The Germans have been carrying on
a hard bombardment of the forts at
Wavre. St Catherine and Waeltham,
about ten miles from the temporary
Belgian capital. The Belgian forts re
plied and the bombardment ceased.
It is reported (but not confirmed by
the Belgian government) that Burgo
master M Max. of Brussels, who waa
arrested by the Germans, has been re
leased on the payment of V5.000.000 by
the municipality.
The official statement of the Belgian
war office follows
"After bombarding Malines the Ger
mans under cover of night, re-entered
the unoccupied town, but have not re
sumed their march from that place.
"uetween the Dendre and the Wllle
broeck canals west of Waeltham. the of
fensive movement of the Germans has
been promptly checked. The forts In
flicted serlo'as loss on the enemy and
compelled his retreat."
The city of Alost has suffered consid
erably from artillery fire. Most of the
damage at Alost was done by the Ger
man artillery which occupied a range
of hills south of the city. The Belgians
claim to have silenced the German guns
and compelled the Germans to retreat.
NAMING M'COY
MAYENDPROBE
Appointment to the District
Bench Indicates Conclusion
of Wright Inquiry.
SIDD0NS "NEXT" CHOICE
New Jeney Representative to Leave
Congress Immediately Upon
Confirmation.
Dogwood and persimmon, formerly re
garded as worthless woods, are, accord
ing to a writer in the Country Gentle
man, now supplying the shuttle market
of.the world, superseding the boxwood of
the east for this purpose
Last Day of Our 35th Annual
September Furniture Sale
Today Souvenirs Free to Every Customer Today.
As a grand finale to this yearly event of ours, we npt only
have marked prices down to the low limit, but are going to pre
sent to everj' purchaser on this last day of the sale a handsome
and valuable souvenir absolutely free.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Sq 3"3 It II Nk 11 South Rrooliland-rARMOnY.
Jno Dovle admlr est of Cbrm X Wormier to M x-
tuner G Welter tl.CS
'Hamlin v net 13th 14th eta ne 3
&1 nil It 33 bis S Trinidad -CHEW, mum V
to Ella B. Walker J10 covenants
'1413 Mootello are net &
8a 1049 It 3-COLLIXS. Jno W to Jno F Cfellma 119
flB II Ml ei
bq Si It an Sam to Ullie Uoaser 8a
IMS L at Be) CI
SlK It xU-amr to IseUIlc Colli n SIS
(13tr Wallarh It riwl tj
Si loo a-ame to Waller W Collins Sl
lltor II at nel n
Si KM It 3-Same to Win S Collins t:
11405 II M nel (l
Si C It tmdlT ini-DOILSET. Jai A et ui Ellen i After a three-rar course at Harvard, he
graauatca in i: witn tne degree or
That the namlcatlon yesterday of Rep
resentaUve Walter I. McCoy, of New
Jersey, to be a member of the District
Supreme bench. Is the forerunner of a
definite conclusion of the Wright Inves
tigation. Is the prevalent belief In Inter
ested circles here.
A semi-official announcement that Dis
trict Commissioner Frederick L. Slddons
will receive the "next" appointment to
the local bench lends color to this be
lief. On the other hand. Justice Wright
has not seen lit to elaborate en his re
cent denial that he had resigned or con
templated such action, and members of
the Judiciary Committee of the House re
fuse to discuss the report.
Mr. McCoy said yesterday that he
would resign from the House immediate
ly upon hi confirmation by the Senate,
In order to assume his duiles as early
In the October term aa possible. The res
ignation of Representative J. Harry Cov
Ington, of Mar) land, the new chief Jus
tice, becomes effective tomorrow.
Ilrops Oat At Ins estimation.
In view of his appointment to the bench,
Mr. McCoy will take no further part in
the Wright investigation, nor will he
have a hand In the preparation ofe any
report which the subcommittee of which
he Is chairman and which has been con
ducting the Investigation may prepare It
Is considered Improbable that the In
vestigation will be carried forward fur
ther, although (here yet remain three
members of the subcommittee.
Mr. McCoy refused yesterday to dis
cuss the report that Justice Wright has
placed a conditional resignation at the
disposal of the Judiciary Committee, be
yond admitting that, "where there Is so
much smoke, there may be some Are."
"Justice Wright has denied the report.
said Mr McCoy, "and anything further
must come from him It Is wholly up to
Justice Wright whether he shall resign
or not I hae not prepared a report on
the case so far. and will have no hand
In the preparation of anv report which
the subcommittee may make ' Mr Mc
Coy said he did not know of any au
thoritative proposal Involving the offering
of Justice Wright's resignation to the
subcommittee
Supported by State Delegation.
Mr McCoy's candidacy commanded the
support of the entire New, Jersey delega
tion In Congress, headed by Representa
tives Townsend and Tuttle. both of whom
have worked particularly hard and most
effectively in his Interests The fact that
Attorney General McReynoIds. during his
Incumbency, refused to Indorse Commis
sioner Slddons, who was the President's
Personal choice, gave Mr McCoy's friends
the opening which enabled them to press
his claims.
The New Jersey member brings to the
District bench more than twenty-four
years' experience as a practicing attor
ney In New York City Ilorn in Troy.
N. V., In 1STA he received a bachelor of
arts degree from Princeton In UTS, the
year of President Wilson's graduation
TH NEW MEN'S SHOP
G Street, Two Doors East of Eleventh
'Holeproof
"His"
If too busy to
call phone Main
J780 and a supply
of "Holeproof will
be sent by special
delivery automobile.
Hose
"Hers"
The department
for Women's and
Children's Hose has
been moved to the
new building en
larged and much
Improved. First
floor way back.
Read the Guarantee Given With "Holeproof"
We guarantee that these six pairs of Holeproof Hosiery will
need no darning for six months. If they should, we agree to re
place them by new ones upon surrender of the coupon ticket (as
shown) with the worn pair and one coupon, provided they are
returned to us within six months from date of sale to wearer.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER Houn, 9:00 to 5:45 G STREET
X. t3fcsfiss2&ss&arx''!v
X "ssLssssssMsMssaaaZt.
"UNW1FELY" FOR SPOUSE J. S. CLEMENCE RENEWS
TO 0UTEARN "HUBBY"! REQUEST FOR RECEIVER
W, R, Johnston. Answering Suit for ' Files Supplemental Bill in District Su
preme Court Regarding Commercial
Fire Insurance Company.
Divorce, Admits She Makes Twice
as Much as He Does.
Dresser,
S29.50
This dresser, exactly like cut to the
right, comes in your choice of gftlden oak
or mahogany. , It has a swell front, deep,
roomy drawers,, a large French plate glass
mirror, and is beautifully finished and
polished.
Dining'
Chair . . .
-. Tins Jiandsome dining chair is finely con
structejd.of beautifully grained golden oak. It has
an upholstered slip seat, is one of the newest pop
ular designs, and, is finished with a splendid polish
finish. . --"
,-....
TJMIMSANSBURGH CO.
- -t - . i. vaw-arvuBuvz Sj-Ja a- w"jm -..'- -
4:Sl2:sliIN.TH- STDP.r.T
lst tj
$2.25
l RoU M Snook tie
(113 hh at owl
S.j 3M5 It C Nk rol Ilta-D..V!D3n.- Oim n t
til Frtzx-! I lo Alire Dunce Alien S10 nn.
Banta
N nl Taylor at r y Tth at nwl 71
Sq 3U5 it n htt r IVtwortb-nTZOF.IlU.n. Pr-d
I- et m Klbri h to Harry Wardman A Thn
Hon joint traanta !9 rorniantjt ac tr
(in Taylor at nwl tr
Sn 3005 It S3 blk LrDmit Pk-fi VDDI3 Lnr
ir t ui Jcwihin. II to Cra J Walkrr rt ilr
Harry A joint trtianta tr (3 000
1!U 34 M nit l j
11 361 It 3H.U:niM;. narrnc I, rt in lima
S tn Ttir Natl Ural Eat Corp $10
(1153 fiiranl at nwl a
Sq 3H It. 2S k 3 Conn air Ilirhland-HAN V
Claude R to The Conn A.r ItljrhUnda r.o SIS
(Rodman at (Otil brt Qurt PI A Conn ai
n 41
Sq X3 It HI Ml I1-JrKOX. Sarah K aol-
rj to riiaa H Kins S10 Ir 11.500
lV n 9th M. s of Rarrr n nwl 41
Sq 3W It Mk IT Incl'Mdr-KmiLMANN FTank
to Maurice r. Ilorvy SM covenant.
(1 Park rd ni y
Sq h R Us 4' Trinidad-LEWIS.. Jnc n te
Calhmne I. Rhra S10 Ir CKD
(Neat n hrt 13th 4 1 IU II II II l'l 10
Si 33 l UI blk M Holmead Manor-LEWIs.
J Y.w et m Eunice M to Lawrence J Haalett
SIS emrnantf
113th net Otl rt i. "reiee rd nwl , S3
l 3U It 10J Mk 3 InaleaKiMcAL-LIFT-T: ttor-
rnce l ct tix Roue M to Jaa M K Brown et u
I.ena n $10 covenanta
(Newton at bet lth .4 IJth Ms nwl (4
Sq 331 It W blk T3 I'etwonh Add n-MIDDU'dll
A SHANNON Inc to O Busene llearat et nx
Linda K S10 covenant1
N" of Shepherd at. W of lith at rwl 33
Si 3331 It a Ink 73 I'rtworth AdiTn-MinniCftll
A SHANNON Inc to I'arkhurrt R Miner et ni
Rarhicl V $10 rorrnanta
IN of Shepherd. W of Sth at- nwl
S 43IS eaat It It 13 Nk Woodncbe-MaeLEOII
Ilonald C et lit fleorria l to Henry an New
Alelander et ux Marion joint tenant $10
covenant!
(Brentwood ate. bet S UakoU A Central are.
ne) 11
Sq 10T5 lta A 69-MICHAEU Cha W et ui
Ethel I, Rich'd S Wolfe $10 trot $1,590 on
each It
lleth brt D A B aU ael U
Bq 1SS6 It M Chery Chaae II u-TOOLE. Urn T
ct ux Helen ( to Theodore Michael $10 coeenanta
A tr SS310
(N of Kanawha. W of rth at nwl W,
8q 433 It 33 undir int-.NOOK. Hot M et ux
Maud M lo Harry C Horary $10
(1439 tth at nw) SO
Sq 40TS l It 10! Loo Mcadnwi-STEAR.NS. L
Wilier et ux Elizabeth 11 to Clnaerre Akan-
dreHl r.t
(Levi, at near llth at Del S3
Sq 3711 u 1 IVter. Mill Scat-srHOFlEI.T IJllie
M et nr Wra II to Henry T On"terdmgrr $10
(18th at near Kennedy at nw) 7?
Sq 3(31 It S bat 43 Petworth-SWARTZELL Loth-r
A. to Sirah M Carr $100 tr $20
(Kanaaa are bet .AUlaon A Buchannau ata nw) M
Sq 584 It it n-SIIEEHV. Francv. P tr to Cathe
rice. Jaa A Catherine A Glentun S to parties of 2.1
A 3rd r for life A then to rartr of 4th part etc
(IS Va are aw) 30
Friendship pt tract decnbcl on Harrroa at A
4Iat at-TIIE CAPITAL REALTY CO to Kath
arts Kicrjna $10 coeenanta 36
Sq S94 it 45 blk IT Briifctwood Pk sq 10T5 Its (i
A C9-WOLFE. Rich'd 8 et ux Rehrcra A 'a
Itobt L Barnes IIO tr $3.13) on It 15 A il on
each of 1U 61 A W
1810 Kennedy at nw A llh bet D A E its ne) la
Sq tao It 43T Lanier Hta-WIRE, Chaa E Wra M
Terrell to Leona P Tiller $10 tr $3 000
(Ontario rd brt Col rd A Lanier II nw) O
L'nhusbandly" is no word for the The application of John S. Clemenc for
th.nrs alleged against William Rowland a receiver for the Commercial Fire In
Johnston by his wife In suit recently surance Company, which was dismissed
brought against him fpr limited divorce, i without prejudice last June by Justice
Replying to that suit yesterday, Mr. ' Stafford, of the District Supreme Court.
Johnston indicates an opinion that It li" renewed jesterday by Mr. Clemence
decldely "unwlfely" for a man's "better! in a supplemental will filed In court
hair to go out into the cold world and through Attorney James S. Easby-Smlth.
earn twice as much money as he can I -An alleged attempt on the part of cer
get In that same place j '!n officers of the Insurance company
Mrs. Myrtle Jessie V. Johnston, ac- and Eidrldge Jordan, of the Real Estate
cording to the man who should know. Trust Company, to effect an exchange of
earns JL60O a year as a stenographer In I ioc' ot ne Commercial for that of the
.. r. ..a .... I tail Cwwo. Ts.sV f a . 1 J.a.wm.1
tne impairment or justice, as a sine line " ' " ""i u. ."w ,
she disposes of her reports at a flg-Jre ln ,h b,n- u ls all'Md ha' h object
that comes each year tn about cm. i of this Is to take the control of the insdr-
That Is a good C10O In the familj cof- an-' company from Its stockholders
fern from the feminine member. 't is further charged that the new dlrec.
Mr. Johnston mskes. according to hlsltors f ne Commercial hae failed to
own declaration. $300 a year from his i ""prove- concisions in tne concern, ana.
position In the District Engineer's of-' Btm further, that all attempts to write
fice. And he says he has several times nw business have been abandoned,
been comnelled tn ask hl wife tr. keen I A DV of the recent report of the Dis-
her expenditures within his means Each ! trlrt Insurance Commissioner upon the
time she has failed to do it. he sas. ! ron"nercial is embodied in the bill to
Mr Johnson also denies having put ,
nis wire out or tneir
OxktodrirnattrupintoftomatMt. TJun
otra lov'trt BOBJT IBS TOMATOES
TEN JflXuTES. Then pour in bofUna
vtaUr. fnatow Vie heat, bolt a feu ntnata
ana eteanout trtth a woottrn spoon, Taj
vUntUtcanUUtnJwrd.
WHICH are you anxious
about when you firaell
food burnine loss of
the food or loss of the utensil f j
r ood may be burned m
"Wear-Ever"
Alummum Utensils
if too much beat is applied;
but the burning has no effect
apartment one
night when she wasn't all dressed up to
go out. although he admits she did
stand ln the corridor without cause and
against his entreaties. Mr. Johnson reg
istered the counter-accusation that his
wife often worked herself into hysterics
over nothing, which was unpleasant fori
rllm tlak 4 Santas a. nst m at as, J ! a-l tr I n er '
show that the capital of the Commercial
has been Impaired to such exten' that a
receier should be appointed.
REED AGAIN ATTACKS
CLAYTON BILL REPORT
bachelor of law-, and four years
latpr r?re.l th? d-c1"' of master of
aria from Harvard That -a me vear he
was admitted to the bar tn New York
and commenced rrartlc- He waa elected
to Consre- from the Eighth New Jersey
district In 1910. and re-e!cted from the
Ninth district luo ear- later. He wr
renominated for Conjjress again In the
New Jersy primaries last week.
In I&x5 Mr McCoy married MIm Kate
Philbrlck Baldwin, of Savannah. Ga
They have fte children, ranging in age
from ten to twentv-fle years. Since com
ing to Washington the McCoys have re
sided at th Woming.
0R0TT0 TAKES IN EIGHTEEN.
Near Mtmlirr almllfrd alt Septem
ber Ceremonial en Ice.
Kallipolis CJrotto. No. l. SIvstic Order
of Veiled Prorhets of the Enchanted
Realm, initiated eighteen candidates at
the September ceremonial service, last
night at Odd Fellows' Hall.
Fie hundred members were present.
Moving pictures were shown of the Ches
apeake Beach excursion of the grotto
last summer, and the Grotto Olee Club,
led by Charles A. Stevens. gae a mu
sical plaet. a "Mediation Skit" A large
delegation from the Richmond Grotto
was present.
Efforts to Have Measure Recommitted
May Lead to Filibuster Be
trays Party, He Says.
Opponents ln the Senate of the Clay- j
ton anti-trust bill a reported from con- '
ference are making vigorous error's to
compel the recommitment of the bill ,
with instruction to strengthen it Sen
ator Reed, of Missouri, took the floor 1
'gain yesterday In oppoltion to the con- !
ference repTt. The frequent rails for
a quorum which forced a reces Mon-
day were renewed and the attacks upon
the conference report may yet lead to '
a filibuster
Senator Tlecd took un first the firtlnn
of the conference on the section of the T,?r" . '!,''
bill which prohibits tying or exclusive i
contracts He lnsited that thU provi
sion si uld be ineffective and nould re
sult in opening up a new' field of liti
gation. Senator Reed panted out alo
that the penalty clause attached to this
section in both Serae and House had
been eliminated by the conferees.
!sIiBiT,TOT T-i I
yc iill
ipfjGNQX J
i Mitt' ' '
Well'tppotrjted. conveniently lo- M
' . catsd. Cuislae and sarvlacn- Jf
X. aallsd. ArtrirUve rates, Ar
VP. F. BRtNEsNnagin fe-
sw Director, r
EXCURSIONS.
VACATION TRIPS
CO TO
BERMUDA
Temperature Cooler than at ths
Middle-Atlantic Coast Resorts.
whatever upon them. Less fuel
is needed when cooking ia
"Wear-Ever" utensils, becanso
they heat quicker and retain
heat longer than other cooking
utensils; and food ooked in,
them is less liable to scorch.,
Every "Wear-Ever" utensil is
made without joints, seams or
solder from thick, hard sheet 1
aluminum, 99 per WEAR-EVES
cent. pure. Can
not form poison
ous compounds
with acid fruits or
foods, cannot chip
or scale, practical
ly indestructible. TfiADEHARK
Replace utensils that vrear taut
with utensils that "Wear-Ever"
fttsra-N
ALUMIN
Pottery, roreelals. China. Glass,
Silver, Etc.
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St.
AMUSEMENTS.
NAT ONA lTO.VIC.HT, AT8US
' ' -Mstl.ee v.trjrdsT.
MTINEE TODAY, 2:13.
JOHN HsULlt lltt.Sb.Ts
HAZEL DAWN
in a New Muacai CtomKjv.
THE DEBUTANTE
Book rr liar i B, "mith. Ljrin be rtobert B.
ftnnn. lue be V1err HiTberr
NEXT WEEK krATI TCIMORROU
DIMll l.t. j I-iif- j
FRANCES STARR
THE SECRET
Kxitfly as -IT. rci ' r tte m j Bm
DEEHSD
"SEVEN SISTERS"
.Neit Weea THE II"l -l. '.T PfKiR.
B.
F KEITH'S ciiiT-Ms-iits
Shore Exeurslons,
BELGIAN BEFUGEES WELCOME.
NEW HAVEN BOARD RESIGNS.
William norkpfeller Anionic Direc
tor. Who itnlt llallroatl.
New York. Sept S William Rockefel
ler. Oeorse F Itaker. Charles F. Ilrook
er. of Ansonia. Conn., and James S. El
ton, of Waterbury. Conn., resigned as di
rectors of the New York. New Haven
and Hartford Railroad at a SDecial meet-
Insr of the board held here this after
noon The resiirnatlons were accepted and J.
Horace Harding, of New York, was elect
ed a director. It was voted to recommend
to the next annual meetlnc of stock
holders that the board be reduced to
seventeen.
In the District Courts.
Hotels,
Lonrat Hates.
TWIV C C Oormi.rflin 10.-.18 tons
CREW d "' usiuiiiuibii displacement
Fastest, nereent and only atesnaer land
ing; passengers at the dock In Bermuda
etlthoat transfer.
For fall Information apply t A. n. !
OVTERBHIDGE & rO Asrent. Quebec
S. S. Cw, Ltd, SO llrosdrrar. Xe ork
MOSS S. s. Aa-eacw, 317 14th St. V. W i
R. M. lllrks. 1306 F St. V. ., Masu.,1
X. CM r any- Ticket Aatent. i
2 I'honeiv lln 444 and 44S.-V.
lists, wo Etenlnxs. Sc to Jl
V 1 r feri - - r
IRENE FRANKLIN
I'MlItT I At Ivr.IL biMUij i. Tiiuni Pie
t Braur I "r tain Ieep. OoiBa A;
11a 1 lit! r te h rwtir -
CT-CHAKfrit I- COMINO SOON
I . a nl ra Now
Dr Francis P Murphy was ordered by j
.IllBtlrt. StAfrnrd nt th niatele HimMtn I
Court, jesterday to pay his wife. Sfary
Staples Murphy. Vd a month pending '
her suit for limited divorce. The phy
sician filed his answer. He denies hN
wife's charges that V relied proper!
to provide for her and that he treated ,
her cruelly. He says h income from i
his practice has not exceedtd SCO' a vear. '
William Backofen Mini Ms wife. Al.-e,
D.. for an absolute c!iorce esterdav.
namlnsr a co-respondent. They were mar
ried September H. 131. jiid the husband
states "he packed his tr.mk iti.i left '
last week. They lived at 37 Mvrtie street i
northeast. Rice Hooc is the husband's
attorney.
Th4 will of Margaret I ark Ivech. of
this city, was filed for pro'xite yesterday
The residence at lul Massachusetts ave-'
nue norinwest is leit o tier nusoana. :
John Frederick Iecb. tn ho tccupled by
him during his life. Nineteen shares or,
Pennsylvania Rallrotd stock a-e left to
a grandson. David l'aik Munks. and the
residue is git en to the National Savings ,
Trust Company with direction t") pay '
the net income to her husband ilurlp? i
life, and after his death to their chll-'
dren. Marion Edgar L'ch Sackett, Fred-
lAlfS T va.ls llf Antra esjB-11 la'a f l-S Jtw-I ss aTsI tseaSsw
n ivriJ ucirvJi sMii,n,si uii'i iimny hit; viiiki
Although conflnetl to lua btil. the ror-l I-eech Hughes, equally The trust oorn-
elgn Minister continues to r.--elvo for- i ranv. the husband and .1 son-in-law. l'ay-
elgn diplomats at his bedside and direct . master Franklin P. Sarkett. V. S. N.. I
the affiirs of his onic fmin the sick ' '" namwl a.t t xecutors.
room. I -
Ttie will of Edwrd Walker leaves all
Niagara Falls
ROUND $H00 P
LST OF THE SKRIKS.
Fllin 11. OCTOBER O.
MECII. TRIV l,KVF
VashincU-n l men tjtiun T 50 M
l"arl r t'rs IiDinc rr Pa 'th
Via rtrtDrrnque SuMqufhsnna nlley
TitHfts ffoml for FTITEEN IYS Moi-f.r t
HuffIo. IIimbarx and .altunoiv ri- nam;
lUunnifd Bcoklrt .i TUrt Acn-ts.
Pennsylvania R. R.
DREAMLAND BURLESQUERS
WITH WILL H. WARD
Fr-dar c . t i r :' -e Li Matinee,
Klen Da
'tT WKEK TUt Ri
UND OlIUS
BELASCO,-, 25cto $1.00
Tfar Fuonlrnt Frr ln thr World
A PAIR OF SIXES
Ulrert From One Afar In ew 1 rk
A lib the Orletnnl (ompany.
NFXT WF.K.K StT- WW
MclNTYRE ''ilolS
and HEATH! .
HAM THEE
CHoni's.
And Company of lflO
THE HUUS llt.-T PW1Y
ITALIAN PHEMIEE DIRECTS
POLICY FROM HIS SICK BED
Rome. Sept Dr. Pescarola. of the
I'nUersIty of Turin, has been summoned
here to consult with Dr. Ettore March
lasava regarding the condition of Mar
quis Antonio Dlsant Gulanco. the Italian
Minister of Foreign Affairs, who is af
fected with gouty dyspepsia
Delightful Fall Trips
TO
Old Point Comfort
MODERN PAIACE STEAMERS
".VORTIII.AV1V and -!OUTIlL.M"
dail at iv r m nut
OLD POINT, NORFOLK,
AND ALU POINTS SOI'TH
NEW YORK and BOSTON
BY SEA
City Ticket Office. 731 lr.tli St nw
Woodward Building
NORFOLK Jfc WASHINGTON"
STEAMBOAT CO.
umim
Tonight 8:15
U1TIKEES2 IS
rHURSOIT & S'l
Pt . JCctotljO M. ie. Set-JlfS.
THE RULE OF 3
v (.rr Km i.
MTnriuinia. Entanjleii:. nt
n tLiirs.- Itiirct fitn i s i
r La ma
it) una
FRENCH TAKE GERMAN CONGO.
"
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Enclish Fanilllea Offer Store Humes
Than Are Xcceaaar)
London, Sept. 29. So many offers Iue
been received from hospitable English,
families who want to shelter Belgian ref
ugees that the relief committee today
had to send out a circular letter stating
that r.o further offers could t consid
ered. 1-trd Gladstone, former governor ki
eral of South Africa, who Is leader In
the relief wortc stated today that 110.
000. English linillts. so far have offered
to trovlde home for ihe refivees.
Sx thousand Uelglans alreadv have
been placed In private homes, while
about iX more, are in the depots await
ing' attribution. :Lout 6.000 others arc
scaUerci In rccm.ntr and boardm;
bouse.
Paris. Sept. 3. French forces have oc
cupied the greater part of the Congo ter
ritory ceded to Germany by the trea'y
of 1M1, If was officially announced today.
BAND CONCERT TODAY.
I'sited Ktates Soldier. Home ilanj. at
bandatajxl, 320 k m.
Joon S. M. Zimmermann, direetnr
Jlarcb--'Under the Klait ct vktory"
Vnn lllo
Orertar "iesn de Paria" lailiMieu
Suite rharactenatle "Unral Sc-nea- JIalt
lal "In the Meadows.
It V Irre Scene '
Ie) 'Vnlaje Itr.eh.
Pelertion "The Bohemian dirt Kalte
Patrol "The U. H. A. Cmtsvw
Valse Lente- "Carewantt ... Lamb'-t
Flnale--"HlKmlder Mtrars' an AUtjoo
"The KUr Hransled llanocr "
to Irs wife vlth oonlidenoe that she
mil provide f.r their daughter. Gloria
1' Walker'
The will of Theodore N.GIU. offered for
pro'iat- yesterday, slvcs an annuity for
life of SI. CXI each to a sister. Caroline
Emil) Gill, and a nephew. Theodore N
GUI. The remainder of the estate is left
to n brother. Herbert A. 'Jill, who Is
named hs executor.
Semmei Motor Line
Announces chafifs la iu morninc aehetlule to tala
effect at once, owing to State roads brlnr closed fcr
rertlrs. The route will be ila Horrstrille. Center
tille. Red'a forarr. Burrattaillle. and T It to
nrandjwlne. Bus will lesre 3 rensa. Ave. b E .
720 a m.t Instead of 7 45 week dais, at 8-30 a. m.
utead of I IS Smuiaxa.
NEXT WEEKagSeat5 NOW
It's a GIRL!
If. a BOOK!
It's a 1'I.Al !
It's a FsMUOV!
It's a lireater rase than Trllhy.
A ou will understand nhen you see
Sclnyn and t ompanr'a
lrecntatlon of
The SALAMANDER
AUTDMN RESORTS.
ATLANTIC CITT.
HOTEL DE VILLE
" Raoma wltii nmnlDf water, private oaths, fil
The uill of August Kahlert leaves all Mm vt dav. jicoo to Jlifo ir week. Kev
. his i.-.tr- , i.nd sIMers. William. i:il-j t-"1'y' hcok"t- S I'-ftlBBHaU.N. l-r
to
abeth. Bertha
Kentoeky Ave.
and beaeh.
00 u
evatoc.
ITop.
and Ann'
DANCING.
"yniljam 3ros. Stu5lo
1TC Gil di 11 C3S2. Torol:gtl and experienced
Withlnln fire minutes of the expiration
of the period of limnitioris. esterday.
Alice Carey sued George A. Desman for
$."'."" for alleged assault. The plaintiff ' mrtructcrs, in an modern dances. Lessons anj koui.
is a convist In the Patent OrHce and al- l'nf l HAS. JI wUHAM Jr and AaaiataaU.
leges that the defendant "struck and
OiTcn Johnson' Play Ilnaed
Ills Famous Novel
Upoa
'a'HK STORY OK THE NEW
AMEBIC . GIRL A MAID IV
REVOLT, WITHOUT STAND
ARDS OR. HOME TIES. AND
WITH A CURIOSITY FED BY
THE ZEST OF LIFE. WHO
COMES TO A BIG CITY RE
SOLVED TO KNOW WHOM SHE
CHOOSES.
I
3:00
P. M
tFormelljr at Uth at. and X.
ate.)
Tsae"
jabbed" her several times three years SMl ,, 33,,.
ago. .njur.ng nrr. Aornoy r. u. ui. Priv,te instructions at homefcr studio.
rth 4I0.
son appears for her.
7 Iowa Circle, Apt. 4. Nor
BASEBALL D3:0
Washington vs. Philadelphia
Entrance, to Pavllloa an Bokrcr 9tW
Ctty Ticket Office, 813 14th st, (9 ta 1).
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