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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1914.
New York-WASHINGTON-Paris
Toys for Boys
'MECCANO
The original metal construct
ing toy.
$1.00 to $36.00 set.
RAD10PTICAN
Reproduces exactly any illus
tration. $6.00 to $12.00.
FIREFLY AND
FLEXIBLE
FLYER SLEDS.
,1 .00 to $10.00
T
HANDCARS.
$3.50 to $22.50.
MECHANICAL JIGGERS.
The mechanical dancing toy.
50c each.
TOOL CHESTS.
Good chest with tools.
$2.50 to $7.00.
KEY TRUMPETS.
Good quality, in brass.
25c, 50c to $5.00.
BALL-BEARING ROLLER
SKATES.
$1.00 to $2.50 pair.
Fbarth floor, f rt.
Shoots Hare Bear in Virginia.
H. B. Polkmhorn, of BS P street
northwest, has returned from the Vir
ginia mountains with the skin of a 200
pound black bear, which be shot near
Winchester Mr. Polkmhorn spent six
la .v- nnntaJna. He reported
atawlawav
dpi
Ifi
OH-MY WJ
Toys for Girls
ViaJP
ENGLISH DOLL
COACHES.
Various colors; rubber bred.
$2.50 and $3.50 each.
TRUNKS.
Sizes large enough for little girls'
personal use.
50c to $5.00 each.
BUNGALOW DOLL
HOUSES. .
$1.00 and $2.00 each.
STOVES.
Made ajd arranged just like
real ones.
50c to $5.00.
SEWING
MACHINES
They really
sew.
50c to $3.50.
18-inch Best Qual
ity Kestner Dolls,
without stockings,
$1.25 each.
PIANOS.
' Upright and grand styles.
$1.00 to $10.00.
MUSIC BOXES.
From small size at 50c to the large
and beautiful ones.
at $25.00.
small game to be plentiful. The bear
akin will be tanned at the Smithsonian
Institution, Mr. Polklnhorn said.
The ants In South America nave
known to construct a tunnel three files
In lengO"
CLASH DUE OVER
WILSON NOMINEE
TO N.Y. POSITION
President Decides to Stand
for Appointment of
Lynn.,
SENATORS RESENTFUL
Point to Constitutional Pro
vision for Senate's
Power.
THEY CITE CASE OF DR. CHUM
Democratic Member of Upper House
Predicts Trouble from De
cision of Executive.
Br JOSEPH P. AN.NIN.
Unless some one back down, SENA
TORIAL COURTESY and EXECUTIVE
PEROGATIVE are du for a clash in
which either or both may be damaged.
The Senate has turned down Oat the
President's nomination of John D. Lynn.
of Rochester, N. Y., to be United State
attorney for the Western district of
New York. The White House yester
day, backed by the advice of the De
partment of Justice, determined to
tand by Lynn, who now 1 in office yi
der a recess appointment.
The White House takes the position
that a recess appointment runs until
the expiration of the succeeding- Con
gress. Prominent Senators. Identified
i.i. .i,.. , ohi aMlnit I.vnn. cite Drece-
dent and decisions of the Comptroller
of the Treasury, tending to show that
if Lynn stay In office, no one will have
authority to pay him for hi services.
Point to Confutation.
Lynn wa appointed against the
recommendation of Senator O Gorman,
the Democratic member from New
v.,.1, r.i iMr. en:ttnrial Courtesy.
Senators base their case on the con
stitutional direction that certain ap
pointments shall be made by the Presi
dent "with the advice and consent of
the Senate." Continuing from this
point, they refer to a statute, which
reads, in part:
"No money shall be pad from the
Treasury a alary to any peron ap
pointed during a reces of the Senate
to fill a vacancy in any existing office,
if the vacancy existed while the Sen
ate was in session, and was. by law,
required to be filled by and with the
..... ... ..a .....nf nf the Senate, until
such appointee has been confirmed by
the Senate."
Dr. Crass'" Case Cite.
In this connection, they point to the
case of Dr. Crum. colored, who was kept
In office aa co :ector of the port of
Charleston. S. C. by President Roose
velt for three years, through recess ap
pointments, over the protesfcwof Senator
Tillman, and wa subsequently unable,
under a decision of the Comptroller of
the Treasury, to collect any compensa
tion fur his Bervicts.
Arguing from the statute quoted, op
ponents of the Lynn nomination declare
the position became vacant through the
expiration of the commission of the Re
publican incumbent during the last ses
sion, and that the statute applies to his
case. This view Is not accepted by the
White House nor Department of Jus
tice, which has looked up the prece
dents. Reseats President- Stand.
Resenting th determination of the
President to force the Lynn nomination,
in the face of the unanimous opposition
of the Senate, a Democratic Senator said
apropos of the alleged invasion of the
Senate's constitutional rights by the
President:
"He took an oath to uphold and defend
the Constitution," said this Senator, "and
there Is a power In Congress and In the
Senate to deal with public officers who
disregard the Constitution. This is se
rious business and the President will find
it out if he persists In the course which
he has taken in one or two nominations
already and which he is said by his
spokesman he intends to take in the fu
ture." MANAGER TUMBLES INTO TASK.
Laasraable Side to Milmmlm Coa
trat at Keith' Theater.
An unexpected and exciting event, with
a laughable side to it, of the boys' swim
ming contest, conducted by 4'Idel" at
the B. F. eKith Theater yesterday, was
the accidental fall of her manager. Prof
Klllman, Into the great tank full of
water. Like McGinty, dressed in his
best suit of clothes, the aquatic authority
went to the bottom in a hurry. In due
courne he came up and was flahed out
by "Ideal." The laughter came after
ward, and the dapper and debonair lec
turer performed as uproarioualy as all
the others The local athletic schools
and college were well represented,
among the contestants being J. Slattery,
Theodore Kratta. J. S. McCurdy, G. Gill
man. Donald Reynold, Philip Waters.
Paul Ensloe. Arthur Bright and William
liipphart. The number had to be lim
ited to the capacity of the tank and the
brief time of the contest. The trophy
was won by J. S. McCurdy.
Today there will be a girl' contest,
conducted by "Ideal," after the Keith
matinee, and the numerous entrants from
the ranks of the fair swimmers of Wash
ington indicates a closely contested series
U)f events. 4
WOMEN FLAN FOB PEACE.
Ask llryaa' Aid la Forming la
te mat lonal t'oort.
Th'e women' movement for restoring
ru.L..-. wa. hrnurht to the attention of
i Secretary of State Bryan yesterday by
a committee consisting or Mrs. namei
Stanton B!etch. presidentgpf the Women's
Political Union; Mrs. Emanuel Einstein
aIB Miss Albert M. Hill. a", of New York.
The following announcement was made
by the women in explanation of their
visit:
"The plan I for the women of America
to call upon the women of other neutral
nations to meet immediately and lay the
foundation or an International commis
sion, or a world government with an
international court and sn international
police to enforce its decree'."
POSTAL sat.T, NETS $2,723.60.
Baltimore Dealer Get Bis Lata at
Sle
I'a Auction Room.
Baltimore dealers carried off most of
the spoil at the annual sale of the dead
letter office, Poatof0.ee Department, held
at Sloan' auction rooms In G street yes
terday. The sale netted 12,19.(0.
Most of the IB lots went to dealers,
although In several Instances representa
tive of benevolent societies bought sou
to be used at rummage sales. The auc
tion required three hour. Price were
hatter than lasteVaar.
"' JF WmmjkMwy
A. LISNER.
HOURS:
The entire second loor of the new building it demoted exchi
ively to men's and boys' clothing.
HERE is a plain statement of fact that has crowded trie New
Men's Clothing Shop and will undoubtedly keep it some
busy until the entire lot is gone.
High Grade S25 and $30
Balmacaans, Suits
and Overcoats
MMmkim
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Plat wtt$it m$--ffiWii3l
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CLIP THIS COUPON
It Is Worth 10 Per Cent Discount to You
This Coupon, good for today, December 17, entities bearer to
10 per cent discount in the New Men's Clothing Shop.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
ANNOUNCES CHANGES
Sends Christmas Greetings to Teachers
and Pupils and Approves Gait
Contest Awards.
The board of education met yesterday
at Franklin School, disposal of routine executed June 6, 1911, was tiled for pm
buslness, and sent Christmas greeting bate yesttrday. The collection ha great
to school teachers and pupils. historical value.
Mention was made of the death of) The will directs th.it the books shall
James S Bundy. of Howard l"nlverlty. I oe loaned by ihe library as othti books
Award In the Gait prixe contest of 130 ' are loaned. He directs that his library
cash each to Jacob Goldberg and Leo
pold Freudberg. and $39 each to R. E.
Joyce, jr., and Miss Leona G. Kremkau
were approved.
These changes were snnouncod :
TransfersMiss M. L. Mason, from
Montgomery School to Sumnrr School;
Miss A. V. Butler, third grade, from
Sumner Scfcool lo Montgomery School;
Miss F. E. Parnell, second grade, from
Smothers School to Reno School; Miss
M. F. 0slre, seventh grade, from Curtis
School to Wisconsin Avenue Manual
Training School as principal; Miss A.
P. Goebel, Bixth grade, from Jackson
School to Wisconsin Avenue Manual
Training School; Miss H. H Giblis. fifth
grade, from Hyde School to Curtis
School; Mis C. M. Rucker. fourth grade,
from Addison School to Hyde School,
and Miss M. M. Gleason. third grade,
from Hyde School to Addison School.
Promotions Miss R. E. Orme. from
third grade to fourth grade. Montgomery
School, and Miss V. E. Williams, from
first grade to second grade. Fort Reno
School
Resignations Miss V. E. Williams, sec- .hows the board has made gifts to edu
ond grade, Reno School, and Mr. E. B. rational Institutions amounting to J39,
Clokey. teacher in Madison Night School. 715.C00.
Appointments Miss R I. Gordon, sec- Of this amount tl3..v.t,3 has been given
ond grade. Smothers School: Miss R. E. . to the University of Chicago and 110,
william. teacher of dressmaking at O 57,02: to the Rockefeller Institute for
Street Vocational School : Mrs. C. C. I medical research.
Williams, teacher of fifth grade. Curtis i -
!?JJ5"JJ "hsJ-iSiAt the Theaters Next Week.
Madison School
lllBlll m liwi icaLllci,
and Mis H. B. Gardner and Mrs. s. r.
Johnson, substitute teachers, night
schools.
C U -1 C L TLma 7 .
L. VCr IICAT UI UUIU usug . .
time In Washington next week at the Na-
New York, Dec. 16. "Pray through the tional Theater. "The Yellow Ticket" is a Colambla Bartoa Holme.
Christmas holidays for this court and ws Rui8uln p)ay w(thout nihilist or bombs. I .
will free you." said Justice Mclnerny in but lt doe dep)rt one form of ,,,.,, Trsivrelosrsie.
Special Session. John Anderon. the Uon pracUced In that country, andl the "The Allied Powers" wt'l be the sub
prisoner, agreed to this. play is all the more interesting Just now Ject of the last of the Burton Holmes
, . .. because of the Cxar's promise to smell- travelogue to be delivered at the Co
New York, Dec. IS. -Chief Tirreii ruie Qnu U)e mmmam of hls Jew Bn rob. lumbla Theater Sunday evening and re
that he cannot give Clarence u, "" jecta because of the patriotism and cour- peated the following afternoon at 4:
nark employe a raise of 150-maKes iv , dUpbived D thm ,n the preMa,t o'clock. Thi is a companion lecture to
to conform with standards. war. hl, .mny and Austria," which was
Trenton, N J Dec lS.-Parents whose Aside from the question discussed In enjoyed last week. In it Mr. Holmes
children are unwashed and their teeth the play, however, "The Yelltw Ticket" will unroll upon the screen a scroll of
and eyes unattended will be nned So If 1 said to be one of the most Interesting illustrations stretching from Petrograd
a bill prepared by Commisionfr of Edu- drama presented in many years. The to Pari, from Antwerp to Cettlnje, and
cation C. N. Kendall Is made law oy ,
the New Jersey legislature.
New York. Dec IS. A wife who save
monev from her household allowance
doe not own a cent of it. Thus ruled
jugiice niacsmsr m tne cae m v...
8. Montgomery against his wife, who
stopped payment on bank deposit of
tS18 when her husband went to draw the
G STREET.
Included Are
Set-in sleeve Balma
caans and raglan-shoul-der
Balmacaans of im
ported English tweeds
and Scotch cheviots in
he newest overplaid
patterns, English model
Overcoats, both single
and double breasted
with self and velvet col
lars ; semi-form fitting
Overcoats, Chesterfield
model Overcoats, smart
ly tailored Overcoats of
rough imported mix
tures, shawl collar Chin
chilla Overcoats, ex
treme English cut sack
Suits, both single and
double breasted in the
latest plaids and stripes ;
braided sack Suits and
conservative style Suits
in every weave and pat
tern. PUBLIC LIBRARY GETS
BOOKS OF U. S. GRANT
Ak
Willed Paintings by Thomas
Brown $10 for "Use
of Son."
Directing that th" L'lysses S. Grant
collection of painting and books be
given to the reading room of the I'ubi.c
Library, the will of Thomas J. Brown,
of works on vital ecienr, on the civil
war be sold, and the funds derived given
to the library.
Brown directed that Slo be given to
i air, fiorence Hull Winterburn. formerly
his wire, for the use of her son. Ray
mond Hull Brown, and the rest of his
estate be left to hi on, Sydney W.
Brown, and at hi death half to the City
Orphan Asylum as a memorial to hi
parents, Thomas Brown and Mary A. S.
Brown, to be known a the. Thomas J.
Brown Memorial Fund, and the other
half of the estate, after the death of
his son, to the reading room of the
library. William D. Mil'.an Is tho ex
ecutor of the will.
JOHN D.'S GIFTS $39,715,000,
Has Distributed Million.
Among
Ed acat lonal instltatlon.
New York. Dec. lt. The General Edu
cation Board, rounded by John D.
Rockefeller, made public tonight the
firt Installment of a report which will
be Issued on January 1. This report
Natloaal "The Yellow Ticket."
"The Yellow Ticket." Michael Morton's
drama of Russian life, that ran all last
arason at the Eltinge Theater. New
York City, will be presented for the first .
mree acts are all laid to St. Petersburg,
and Mr. Morton spent a long time in that
city before dramatising the incident that
gave him the foundation for the play.
There will be an extra matinee on
Christmas Day.
Colambla Margaret Anglln.
An Interesting event of the theatrical
will be the engagement of Mar-
9 to 6.
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cmduig Book-ends, Vases, Humidors, Jewel Cases, Cigarette Boxes, Ink
Wols, Etc The choicest p ro ducts of the le a din g artists and Bakers in this
country aid Europe. Our assortment affords the widest possible range for
the selection of ,
Christinas Gifts
AB ire conveniently located on oar first floor which Bakes buying very
easy, b this section are also the smoking stands in early two dozea styles
aad other novelty gifts that appeal to a man.
Nowhere have yoa ever seea a larger collection of articles, at prices so
consistent with quality, thai we show this year. .
Dulin & Martin Co.
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St
m
:".K:.?&
Caret Anglln in "Lady Windermere'
Fan." which I the attraction announced
for the holiday at the Columbia, opening
Christmas night.
Mis Anglic has occupied a place of dis
tinction on the American atage for a
number of year. She has demonstrated
again and again in
character her right
among the few really
widely divergent
to be classed
great emotional
I actresaea of the stage,
and by her per
formance of Bhakeapearean role, and In
the classic Greek play ahe has measured
I up to the accepted standard of corned y
' and tragedy. Both by virtue of her na
! tive talents, and by reason of her broad
! turning and experience, the Is easily
one of the most accomplished women on
the English-speaking stage. Her en
gagement here in Oscar Wilde's brilliant
j comedy drama should attract the atten
tion or ail discriminating piaygoeie.
and Pythias."
No one would refuse a free trip to the
land of ancient Greece, and that la prac
tically what the spectator is treated to
aa a prelude to the presentation of
"Damon and Pythias." This spectacular
film drama In six gripping. Interesting
reel will continue next week at the Be
lasco Theater. The camera man was
sent to Greece and pictured the ruin of
the ancient cltie Just they appear to
day, and before the big company of play
er Is Introduced the spectator Is shown
the result of this trip. To produce this
drama two walled cities, a stadium ana
several old Greek war galley were built,
a lake prepared before the thousand or
more players were engaged. Then came
the task of clothing this vast array of
talent. It wa not a case of gathering old
armor from the costumers. but each set
of armor, and every costume was spe
cially designed. The production is aa
complete as care and money can make
it in this respect.
Bin
"Cinderella."
A production In keeping ith the
spirit of the season will be the offering
of the Poll Player next week. The play
chosen Is WUllam J McKlernan' fan
tastic romance. "Cinderella," which has
enjoyed popuUirity In other citte for a
number of years, but which, strange to
ay. ha never before been presented be
fore a Washington audience
Mr. McKieman. who Is a Washington
newspaper correpondent haa taken a
the theme of hi play the familiar folk
lore atory of Cinderella and the prince,
a story which antedate the romance of
Romeo and Juliet, and is ald to have
woven a modern story of much charm.
There will be a ballet and other danc
ing features by a largely augmented
rompanj-. At every performance the
Christmas tree, which is to be used on
Christmas morning for the children of
Washington, will be shown to the grown
ups. Keith's Vaaellle.
HeM's daushter will lead
Anna Held daughter win leaa me
Christmas week bill at Ke'th s other
features will be Nan Halperin. "The
r.rnnlltv Girl:" Resins. Connell! and
.ompanv in the Edgar Allan Woolf uc
ce. "The Lollard:" Rohins. the musi
cal humorlt: "Alice Teddv. the most
wonderful bear on the vaudeville stage,
and the Gleesons and Houlhan In dance
diversions. Next Sunday the vaudeville
concerts at Keith's will offer this week's
attractions.
Jardla de Danse.
In accordance with the policy of the
Jardin de Dance, which is to Introduce a
new and unique dancer weekly, the man
agement announces for next week one nf
the most popular and artistic cabaret
dancers on the American stare In the per
son of Mile Carmanctta. who is a tre
mendous favorite with the New York, folk
who frequent the better claa cafes where
dancing is Indulged in and specialties fur
nished. Mile. Carmancita will be seen all next
, week at the Jardin de Pane In a pleading
number of terpsichorean teat at ootn me
tea and upper dansanta daily, an enter
tainment which will be supplemented bv
the deliehtful singing of Mr. Harrv Chick
and Miss Clara Maecker during the inter
mission, which are devoted to the pa
trons of the cabaret and their personal
indulgence in all the latest dances.
ealaht Beeital.
With his presentation of Dickens' In
comparable Tuletide story. "A Christmas
Carol," Frank Spealght will close hi se
ries of recitals at the Belasco next Tues
day afternoon. Dickens' lovers will be
there, for they know they will meet Old
Scrooge. Tinv Tim. Bob Cratchett and the
rest. In spirit and word and manner If
not in actual flesh and blood. Frank
Spealght himself somehow uggests Irre
sistibly the ruddy glow and cheer of an
Englifh Christmas h Is n full of life
j nt imi. .rui h wih.
from London to Tokyo.
Gayety '"day New Yorker."
"Madame, Who Are You?" is the title
of the musical farce In which the Oay
New Yorkers Company will appear next
week at the Gavetv Will Fox. Irving
Gear, and Harry Lament are assisted by
Stella Morrisey. the Raymond sisters,
DoUy Morrisey. Julia Kan. Dotty Kan.
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Desk Sets
of other beautiful Bronze, Brat, and Art
Steadily Increasing
Demand
for ELK GROVE BUT
TER shows what the
housewives think of it.
Give the whole family a
treat serve ELK GROVE
BUTTER today.
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what gift could be more
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showing a deposit in this
bank?
C Be practical this Christmas
and give something WORTH
WHILE.
ga-SAME RATE of interest paid
on both large and small accounts.
National Savings and
Trust Company
Corner 15th and N. Y. Ave.
FORTY-EIGHTH YEAH.
.
NORFOLK & WASHINGTON
STEAMBOAT COMPANY
Palace Steamers 'Northland" and
"Southland."
Dally it 5 P M. from Foot of
Seventh St S. W
Per OLD POINT COMPORT. NORFOLK
aad ALL POINTS SOI TH.
NEW OKK aad BOSTON HI SEA.
City Ticket Office. 71 15th St. K W.
Woodward Building.
Frank O'Brien, and a chorus of thirty
six show girl. The book was written by
Don Roth and the music by Harry von
Tilxer. The costumes are said to be a
feature of the show. Excellent vaude
ville numbers will be offered during the
action of the play. Including a sketch
by Stella Morrisey.
Cosmos Y'aadevllle.
"My Wife Wont Let Me," a little farce
comedv, will be presented at the Cosmos
for the last half of the week by Wilson
Franklyn and Company. Beginning also
with the matinees today Cosmos audi
ences will have a peep at "Kid'' Egan,
the featherweight champion, and hu
brother, in a lively bout with oft glove
that do not Inflict Injury, but show all
the Une points of the. boxer's skill.
"Onaip." the mysterious man who floats
a piano In midair and whirls it like a
wheel while a man i playing It. will be
another attraction. The Three Minstrel
Men. Ryner and Rosella Grace Leonard
and Tom Dempsey, and the Monte Carlo
Duo will make up the other number.
The Paths Wtekly will head the tilm fea
tures, and Sunday an orchestral program
will be featured with a number of new
specialties.
Caaiao Vaudeville.
The famous Sig Franz Troupe in their
merry acrobatic on high and low, big
and little, crooked and straight cycles
and bicycles, an act that is aa daring
as it Is comical, will lead the features of
the Casino bill for the latter half of
this week, beginning today. Price and
Price will feature athletic skill and
cleverness on the trapeie and flying
rings: the Three Norrie Sisters, singers
and dsneers, suid Dave Vine, in a tor
tuous monologue, will complete the acta
The added features will be the country
store tonight and Saturday night: the
amateurs' carnival Friday night and the
Children' Christmas Toy Store, at the
matinee Saturday. Sunday the special
concert will present new specialties and
aa orchestral program.
Majeatle Stock Compear.
A variety of music, black face comedy,
and attractively gowned girls are some of
the diversified featurea which are prom
ised by the Majestic Theatre manage
ment In next week's attraction at the
hands of the Majestic Stock Company.
Special Sunday concerts, beginning at
S:U, are also included In the Majestic
announcement.
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Feirnrlrg "Tb Wilaoa Fax Trot" Duce.
JsCKWILSGI I MORTON 4 GLASS
b a I-'jk-w bur. I "Bcfor ukI After. "
"IBEAL" CONTEST TODAY
Girls will compete for Prire Trophy
after the Matinee.
OOier Jollj K-arim of Hol:j Fvn.
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soletlde Prteea. 80c. at, 41.3,
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