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r jt iV.t' -iS-'Vf--"- ., ST7"5 Hi m y - THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1915. B KING READY FOR GORIZIi ENTRY Fall of City, in Which Evacua tion Has Started, Is Ex pected Soon. AUTOISTS OPPOSE CHILD VICTIM OF RIVER HORROR Woodward & Lothrop New York Washington Paris We suggest that our patrons niake use of our efficient Mail Order Department for supplying .their wants while away from the city. U Indestrocto 99 VIRGINIAN TOLLS SANITARY HAMPERS For the laundry, pantry or bathroom; made of indestruc tible fiber, riveted joints; white enamel finish. Various sizes in oblong shape; air ventilations ; can be kept snow white by a damp cloth. Priced from $3.50. Housefurnishing Dept. 1215 F St and 1214-18 G St Ask Abolition of Gates on Fairfax County Roads. TROOPERS IN TRENCHES OFFICIALS NEED MONEY Every Arm of Italian Service Participating in Battle Around Austrian Positions. Supervisors Say Highways Are Gstly. Merchants Plan Testing Constitu tionality of Omitted Taxes Law. TodayThe Second Day of The Annual Summer Clearance of High-Grade Lace Curtains ATA FOURTH AND A THIRD BELOW REGULAR WORTH Though a little later in beginning than in past years, this sale relinquishes none of its importance as a result. If any thing, it serves to indicate and emphasize the esteem in which it is held, as many have been anxious to know when it would commence. In volume of assortments, variety of designs and at tractiveness of savings there is good reason to be proud of the offerings. We have planned well in placing the various kinds, styles, and patterns before our patrons. They are in sill and full lengths. Scrim and Marquisette Curtains, Antique Lace Curtains, Renaissance and Marie Antoinette Curtains, Irish Point and Duchess Tambour Curtains, Lacet Arabian Curtains, Prin cess Curtains, Cluny Curtains and Real Filet Lace Window Panels. The Prices Range: Curtains $2.00 to $18.50 Pah Panels $3.00 to $31.50 Each And a Saving of from One-fourth to One-third Is Possible on Each Purchase. Fourth floor G street. WHEN A MAN BY ONE MY ADVICE A woman's Intuition will wring: the withers of any man's judgment, every time. Let Myra connect with a pre monition, and lf the attic storeroom for my opinions henceforth. Leonldas Featherhead came recently to me and wanted to know If he should hnok up for life with his girl. He said sho was doing all the housework for her father and a family of eleven brothers and sitters, and he knew her to be a Rood worker, warranted to stand up un der any and all burdens. And so I un Umhered a few ards of fatherly advice. "Sure." I told him, that belnu what al most anyone in this tangle-footed age of Industry would say to a jounc swain writhing on the rack of love. "If she's that sort of a prize. Leonldas, by all means slip a noose around her neck and hang on for dear existence. Don't let her escape Why. according to the woman's page writers, Leonldas. a young man ought to choose his helpmate by the same standard a business-weary, elderly man would shoose a Junior part ner If the girl knows how to work, and is a willing soul, grab her. So much more 'soft time' for you, my lad. "What's the difference, Leonldas, if her hands do grow calloused in domestic drudgery? She may become stoop shoul dered with overwork and the care of jour children, but she will boost you up the ladder to a perpetual snooze on the hamow of indolence. It's a mighty fine thing. Leonldas, my boy. to have an energetic manager around the house; It makes It pleasant for you in the winter time, when there are early morning fires Breslau "Damaged"' Again. Petrograd, July X. It Is reported that the German cruiser Breslau has struck a mine in the Bosphorus and was damaged about the bows According to an earlier report from Athens the Breslau was torpedoed In the Black Sea and was badly damaged amid ships Blood Risings Begin A Mere Speck Stop Them From Grow ing Large and Dangerous. Nearly everyone who uses 8. 8. 8. for the blood recalls a, friend who went through untold suffering as the result of a mere pimple or small blood rising. A host of people did not realize, until too late, -what may result from a slight kin abrasion. But they recovered If they used 8. 8. 8.. and in almost every village and hamlet, every crossroad and away back off the road Is someone who will tell you how 8. 8. S. the famous blood purifier, restored his health. It is a most interesting fact that this remarkable vegetable medicine over hauls the blood In a manner that ex cites cuilous minds. But It acts In accordance -with ac cepted physiological laws and yet Its effect Is almost beyond comprehension to those who are wedded to such drugs as mercury, calomel, arsenic, iodide of potash, copper and other baneful In fluences which all the world bears "silent testimony to their destructive tendencies. R. 8. S. ! Indeed a nature's tribute to what we need and it is worthy of note that in almost any drug store throughout the country you will find It regularly In stock. Get a bottle to day. And If you believe yours Is a peculiar ease, write to the Medical Adviser of The 8wlft Specific Co.. ltt Swift Bldr- Atlanta. Ga. Our word for It, he is one of Georgia's appre clatstf aseciallste. retired from active ggWVTt propft.ef his aasae and. ol -v7tjjjgggjfiMS IS MARRIED WHO IS TO LEONIDAS. to build; in the summer when you are studying an Intricate play on the Ivory tables In the pool halls, it Is comforting to know that the chores at home are be ing properly attended to by your life partner. Have no fear of your future security In shlftlessness If you've se cured the woman who'll do the work." Leonldas gazed at me his mouth form ing a quesUon and then he abruptly de parted. In the evening, by the flreless fireside of my home It being a hot day In July I spoke of the matter to my wife, taking care to repeat In detail the advice I had Imparted to the hopeful Leonldas. "Surely, Robert, you didn't talk to the young man that way. did you?" Myra evidently believed I was joking. "I did that very thing," I confessed. "Well, it's a shame," Mra replied. "He Is sure to take you seriously." "Oh. but he won't. Certainly he's not such a fool as all that " "I'm afraid you've done wrong. I wouldn't have talked that way to him had I been you, Robert." "Come, come. Jlyra, don t worry your head about such a little matter. Of course. I was Joking with him. No harm will come of It." "Oh. yes, there will," insisted Myra. All this happened two years ago. In the district court clerk's office yester day I found a bill for divorce Mary Featherhead vs. Leonldas Featherhead. According to the allegations In the peti tion the young Ignoramus had followed my advice to the letter. (Copyrlrtr. WIS.) BALTIMORE STOCK MARKET. Baltimore. Sid.. Julr 36 Bid. Asktd. CITV AND STATE SECURITIES. Maryland 4s. 16 9", Minlind it. 1XH 9 W, BALTIMORE CITV STOCKS (RfE.). Wiler 5s. :9! . . . 1CKH. CSU is. :9i3. .. 95j 3S AXD ELECTRIC. Biltimore Electric Sa ump?d . .. . 97H Fair C com ... 5 c g e Lir.ai 4H. lsos.... r O. O. K. L. P. torn. 100 MP, o o. a l. & p rid . ioo . . .. us BANKR AXD TRUST COS. Contlntnftal Trust, 100 Fidflitj 4 Deposit. SO X S 1K5 1J6 J " 150 v r 22 a S3 101H 10J Mtmnttle Tr. & Dtp.. 50 ' Bink of Com, IS XiUonil Excfatncp, 10O NUonl Union. 100 Union Trust, 50 Western Nt. RAILROAD STOCKS. Nona Oret, 50 (Rtrret rtiil.jl) Utd ny & AE1 Co. 50 W , B. A. vli RAIUtOAD BONDS. A. O. L. Coot. Deb U norid Ont. PpBinsuIa Gl. Pc lt 6. 192 (Strut Rtilwan.) Anieoitls A Pot. rtd. S AtlinU Con St. Rr. 5, 133) Aux. K. 4 E. Co.. 1st 5. 1 . ITS in " . IS . U4 u Z! . 101 . 95 . 1C1 102 9S SA 0 53. 10OV 115 Fairmont CUrki Sa H Utd. R. Il T. Fund S. 1S Utd. R. 4 F. (it ia. iis 7j Utd. R. & E. Inc. 4s. 1919 55 UM. Ris. Si notes 101 MISCELLANEOUS. Cntoo Co.. 100 1J4 Cosdrn com. Cotton Duck 5. ctf Consolidation Coil. 100 Consolldstloo Col Cs Consolldstlon Cost IStf. 5s Elk Fuel 6. Elk Fuel com Houston Oil pfd (Tr Ctfs) Mer. B. Jlln. Tr. IV. T.). 105...., Frnn. W. P. com Sapulp Ref. com..... Wr Oil pfi .". SALES. 35 K !0 ivi 91 20 to II Vi 21 2 JI.C00 Coo O. E. U P. notes $1,600 Con. O. E. L. a: g. IHs (S 20 fit) M.000 United Rjs. Inc. 4. 15,000 United Rrs. Fdf. it SLO09 Cotton Duck Ctfa 11.000 Fair A Clarks Trac Ss. , 800 OtT ts. W6U S. L. (Oil 50 Shares Merch. A Mech. Bk. , 10 Shares United Rjs com , SM 8haiea Utd Rrs. com , 15 Shan Con. O. E. L. P. sfd... . 10CH . 5M . mil . 35H . . S3H . 23 . 22 , nt. . 113 Halone Denies Orduna Report. New York. July 2S.-Dudley Field Ma lone, collector of the port, denied thlmoay song and a remarkable tambour- Alts as a Ana as- attklVnt.J a 1 - - r afternoon the statement attributed . to him that he had declared he found no proof that the Cunard liner Orduna nu attacked by- a German submarine. Count Ton BcmttorfC the German Ambassador. was reported as saylnc Mr. Malona had UsJoraMd hlflB, By BRIXTON D. ALLAIRE, Srcial CorTuroDdetit of The Washington Herald. Rome, July 26. Confident that the Austrian stronghold of GorUIa will soon fall Into the hands of the Italians, King Victor Emmanuel has made preparations to enter the city at the head of his victorious army. With the Italian infantry attacking the Austrian trenches, the heaviest artillery of the invaders has been pounding away against the Gorlzla fortress night and day In one of the most violent bombardments yet seen in the Austro-Italian theater of war. There has been severe Infantry fighting around Sellaso-Dogna. In the Carnic Alps, where the Austrlane at tacked the Italian positions. In the Monte Nero zone, north of Tolmlno, the Austrlans are again at tacking the Italian positions and are losing heavily without gaining any advantage. Can't Get Re-enforcements. On the Carso Tlateau severe trench fighting continues. According to an authentic report from Milan, the Austrian general staff has evacuated Gorlzla on account of the inability ' to get any re-enforcements for the army defending the city. Describing the first five days' fight ing for the possession of Gorlzla. the Trlbuna correspondent with the Italian army writes as follows: Cfivalrj-men In Trenches. "From Monte Nero southward all along the Isonzo River fiont the bat tle has continued with ever-Increasing violence. The fighting around Monte St. Michael has been particularly se vere, with the hostilities g6Ing for ward uninterruptedly night and day. The opposing artillery rains shells upon the hostile batteries. Kvery arm of the Italian service is par ticipating in the battle. Dismounted cavalrymen are fighting in the trenches alongside the regular infantrymen. There Is a steady stream of Austrian prisoners passing through to the Italian rear. They all admit that the Austrian losses have been very heavy, owing to the swiftness and severity of the Italian attacks." Considerable damage was done to the railway at Riva by two Italian hydroaeroplanes, which bombarded the city. Riva lies at the head of Lake Garda. At the Theaters This Week. 31. F. Keith's Vmndevlllr. Xovelty is the keynote at Keith's this week, and the bill Is brimming with IL It goes without saying that some of the Items are not so new as some of the others, hut there Is scarcely an act that does not contribute to the general Im pression of freshness and originality. In this respect, however, the palm does not go to the toplincrs, for the most striking as well as the funniest turn Is that of the Arnaut brothers, a pair hilled as "European tumbling clowns," whose work Is touched with the finesse of gen uine artistry. The first part of their act. In which they perform familiar tumbling feats while continuously fid dling, is clever enough; but the tidbit follows, in an absurd depletion of a flirtation between two birds, rendered In wordless twitterings with amazing ex pressiveness and ludicrous effect. The new one-act play by Porter Emer son Browne, called "Married," proves to be a wholly frivolous skit, having to do with the adventures In a hotel bedroom of a joung lady who can't remember where she has been for ten days, owing to an attack of what the author calls "aphasia" (consult your doctor or a dic tionary, Mr. Browne), and a young man whose similar lapse Is due to a bibulous excess. Finding themselves together in the room by accident, they both reach the conclusion that they have been married In the unremembered Interval, with re sults amusing as may be imagined. Homer B. Mason and Miss Marguerite Keeler do full Justice to the fun In the clever lines and situations. Harry Cooper, in a Hebrew character sketch, won high favor with last night's audience, showing something of the natu ral style of David "K r.rfleld's early efforts along this line, until he began to sing. Miss Frankle Heath, who appears in songs and sayings along with Georga Perry, is a pretty little bundle of capti vating fidgets, who makes the most of her eccentric style of vivacity. Charles Olcott gives a brisk travesty of n Broadway comic opera, aided only by the piano and his trusty Voice. The Misses Ethel and Emma Hopkins are what the program calls them dainty singers of dainty songs. Two other turns remain to be men tioned, and both rank high In the scale of novelty. The Misses Pearl and Irene Sans are designers of dainty costumes and appear before an artistic stage set ting to exhibit a number of them, which were greeted with warm applause by the feminine portion of the audience, though the joy of the male persons present was more passive. The bill closed with the remarkable performance of the Lunette Sisters, who go through various aerial dances and evolutions suspended by their teeth from a great revolving bar. Coamoil The Cosmos Theater Is keeping pace with theatrical attractions In the other theaters by re-enforcing Its bills from blg-tlme vaudeville and this week has three fine acts in Its bill headed by Gus Edwards' famous "Kid Kabaret," Just as It was featured at Hammerstcln's and the big New York theater, featuring Charlie Chaplin Imitations by Lou Ed wards, a clever young comedian; George Jcssel. Josle Scott, and Evelyn McVey. with five other entertaining juveniles In a- show that sparkles from start to finish. Two other acts from the higher realm Include the Haley sisters, a quartet of accomplished and comely looking sing ers. In harmony songs, with one a com edienne of discretion who entertains without boring, and Sprague and Sic- Kneese In a fine exhibition of roller skating, featuring graceful skating, stilt skating and some unusual dsnee num bers. Including the Texas Tommy on skates. Morris and Beailey have an offering of smooth and amusing- comedy. Interspersed with new sonra.and some laughable tricks of dialogue, and JZlklna, Faye and Elklns. a rollicking act from the New York rathskellers, with har- lno number. The added attractions' In elude aome good photoplay features eha&ffCd dally. Including a Bray cartoon. wfcUb U langhable, and the fasnoua Heant-Seltg weekly urn pictures, la cludliur some- front the "war coaatriea. A,c&anf ,ot mu la ttaanaeil TBura- 1 K?.lnlllllllllHkBBHaBIlllllllllllV'snVlllllVl " Li.as.sswsr ss ill I llll IIIIIMHIII II I liipslllll mill fjriamgmmw&SSSmSStisiJM Priest trying to rerive child who proved beyond aid. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY PETS ART COLLECTIONS Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Letts and W. S. Corby Give Valuable Pictures to Institution. Two valuable collections of pictures have been given to the American I'nl erslty by friends of the Institution In the National Capital. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Letts, learning that the Camp Gallery of National Portraits was for sale bought the entire collection and present ed It to the university. This remarkable gathering of steel engravings, etchings, and craons. showing, in life-sized pro portions, eminent Americans who repre sent the heroic era of our past history, now adorns the university assembly hall. Thoroughly in keeping with this first gift Is the second offering of pictures, though different in character. These were presented by William S. CoVby. a trustee of the university. Mr. Corby, an intelligent collector and connoisseur of art. had gathered twenty-one choice examples of the work of Luclan Powell In water color and oil, showing classic and sacred scenes. These In their vivid and romantic coloring now decorate tho library and trustees' room In the college of history. ALLEGES GAMBLER INDICTED. Juies MrCaalcy Accased of Srttlnsr Up GntnlnK Table. The grand Jury yesterday Indicted James M. McCauley on a charge of set ting up a gaming table at his home. 1129 Monroe street northwest. Police raided the house June It Other indictments re turned were: Joseph Amerlcus, housebreaking; Ed ward F Farley, James E. Fleming, Robert A. Polle and Hiram W. Yant. non-support; Lillian Fleming, assaul with dangerous weapon; Edmond T. Jones, sending obscene matter through the mall; Joshu Brown, assault with dangerous weapon and housebreaking; Joseph Amerlcus. joy riding, house breaking and larceny: William Jenkins, larceny; Herbert Smith, housebreaking and larceny; William H. Hayes, house breaking and larceny; Lester Brooks, robbery; William M. Chase, assault with dangerous weapon; Lewis Procter, car nal knowledge; Richard Brown, house breaking: James Jones, fornication; James Brown, assault with dangerous weapon; Cornelius Cole, assault with dangerous weapon: Max Bollvky, grand larceny, and Seymour E. Blue, grand larceny. Canadians' Losses 10,380. Ottawa, Ontario, July 16. The total casualties suffered by the Canadian ex peditionary force In Europe were offi cially announced today as 10.3S0. divided as follows: Killed, 1,822, wounded. 6.S41; missing, 1,917. day at the matinees for the last hslf of the week. Glen Echo Park. With weather that made hilarity a thing to be desired, great throngs crowd ed Glen Echo Park Sunday and last night to while away the heated hours amid pleasurable surroundings. The Sunday crowd, augmented because of the added attraction In "Some Band," which made Its debut, made things go at a record pace at the resort all day. and the aft ermath of the big crowd -of revelers waa seen last night, when one of the larg est attendances of any week-night pass ed through the gates of the park. The dance fever struck the crowd last night with unusual force, for the pa vilion was crowded from the Initial num ber to the closing fish-walk at mid night. The cooling breezes coming up from the river made the terpslhcorean pastime one of added pleasure, and when the more enthusiastic dancers allowed themselves to become the least fatigued their spirits would be revived by an oc casional trip,, through the roller coaster or some 'of the other exhilarating fun device of the resort. The open air motion pictures also are worthy of additional notice this week, the program nightly belnc of such magnitude a to attract- all the Joy lovers of tka .park. The program are specially offered this week by vtne Genera! Fata Company, with the ereY-popular Hearet- Sella; Review,, a mini featsre. JeHIi LpMEMXQM Sn-cial Correspondent of Tha Wishlnjton IlerskL New York, July 26. Since old Doc Flint spilled a few beans about insanity and Its various ramifications, many are won - dcrlng who is looney now. In fact, life's- little lunacies seem to be disturbing everbody. Organists, so experts declare, become Insane more frequently than trombon ists, bootblacks, hod-carriers, street sweepers and writers. If this Is true and It probably Isn't one wag wonders if the mental derangement Is not caused by calculating the time between the con ductor's beat and the emission of sound from the organ. J. A. Waldron, of Puck, has a craving for two ice cream sodas or so during the hot weather, and he Is wondering what GRAND DUKE NICHOLAS, uncle of the Czar and commander-in-chief of the Russian army, whose forces are being shattered and driven back by the Teutons on a 1.000-mile battle line. MsssssssPISfM 35 Z?i-i sssssssssBr " si tl emssKBsllssasBsBBBss ssssssssBssslBVssssssssssKiutsi sssssssssrflMVemKlilB ssssi'2fcl' Xvt&aBSil sB3K'X&i 'ssLsaJeaaEiL?'' tsst4fel bbbbbBxIvk&sbsbVSVsb9bk smK4?-VmKssij(stJt ftirssBssBsVsWl BSBSBSWBBBBSaPNSBBBSBSBSBSBSBSal ISsBssBssfBassBssBssVstjmlSBsSsI SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsBv-Xm SBBBBBBBslsBSsBSsBSsBSBsi smBssRaBBBBi99 aejssW sesaaNateasa) I favorite form of Insanity he has. A gentleman from New Jersey walked Into a police station In New York the other 1 morning and said he was beginning to feel a little milky in the filbert. 'What trend does your paranoia taker' said the desk officer, showing that he was up on the snappy and zippy stuff. "Well." said the Jerseylte. "I get up every morning feeling that I will surely get a seat on the subway train when I come to New York." He was locked up without further par ley. Raymond Hitchcock follows Blllle Burke with a snap of his fingers for the legitimate stage. The long-haired come dian has signed up with a film company and declares that he doubts very much If he will ever return to the legitimate stage. He declared that he liked studio work much better, and that as long as there was big money In It he should worry. No word has come yet from George M. Cohan who has been frlvollng away four or five hours a day writing a play for Hitchcock. Nellie Revelle, most famous of women press agents, has resigned as editor of the vaudeville section of the Morning Telegraph, to return to publicity dis seminating with the Orpheum Circuit. Miss Revelle was the right-hand ma-a-a-pardon-woman when Percy Williams owned the theaters now owned by the Keith people. Anna Marble, who In pri vate life Is Mrs. Channlng Pollock, was also considered one of Broadway's best press agents, and was the originator of the sensational style of advertising which made the Hippodrome famous. Mrs. Pollock decided one day that Channlng was making too much money writing plays, so she resigned to help him spend it. Since that time she has received huge offers to, return to press work. Toto, innocent child of the Jungle un til the gay life of Broadway led him astray, has been found, wiser but re pentant, and Lady Grace "Mackenzie, African explorer and beg game huntress, has forgiven him. Toto went for a ride In the park with Fred Eeles, until lately Lady Mackenzie's secretary. A few hours later Eeles telephoned that Toto had been drinking rum along the Great White Way and smashing hats. Later Toto and Eeles became separated and Eeles was arrested for listing too far to starboard. The monkey was later found swinging from electric light pole to electric light pole In front of a garish uptown theater. while the belated pedestrians looked on. When a policeman lassoed Toto he seem ed to say: "Officer, this is the life." "French Airmen Over Essen" Evening Sun headline. Gluttons! One of the big downtown hotels lost a washroom attendant the other day. He did not show up for work and the house detective made some Inquiries regarding him. It developed that he had bought a hotel of his own In New Jersey, paying 110,000 therefor. It represented money he had saved from tips. POUQHKEEPSIE ESCAPES FLUE. Blaze Controlled After Canning Loss of $200,000. Poughkeepsie. N. Y., July 26. Fire, which for a time threatened to wipe out the manufacturing district of Pough keepsie. was brought under control this morning with a loss" of $250,000. A whole city block waa ..destroyed, in cluding the buildings of the W. D. Wil bur Lumber Company and the storasra and distributing plants of Armour ft Co. and (he Nelson Morns company. The big freight house of the Central New England Railroad and the plant of Mitchell &. Co. manufacturers of green houses, were badly scorched. Five fire men were overcome by smoke, but quick ly revived. The blaxe Is believed to hare been of Incendiary origin. new two-wheeled truck for moving barrela la equipped with aa adjustable hook oa toe haMe, to fcsl tkMa a curely. - Alexandria. Va., July 26. G. Washing ton Lewis, secretary of the Alexandria Automobile Club, today urged the boaru of supervisors of Fairfax County, on behalf of the club, to abolish toll gates In the county. The board told Mr. Lewis the gates had to be maintained to pay for new roads. It was stated, however, that as soon as they can be abolished without a financial loss the move will be made. Fairfax County recently has spent approximately S200.000 In the con struction of new and. modern roads In the county. To pay for the up-keep of these roads the supervisors deemed It expedient to establish toll gates. Four probably will be put up In the county. Three will be In the vicinity of Falls Church, and It Is also proposed. It Is reported, to erect one In Mount Vernon district. A number of wholesale merchants met tonight in the rooms of the chamber of commerce and dlscsssed the question of testing the constitutionality of the law requiring merchants to pay to the State omitted taxes. John W. May, chairman of the com mittee of merchants fostering the project, presided. Attorney Gardner L. Booths gave his opinion regarding the possible outcome of a test of the law on the subject. The meeting was adjourned un til S o'clock next Monday night, at which time. It Is expected, definite action will be taken. The question to be determined Is whether or not the wholesale mer chants will Join the retailers In their fight against paying omitted taxes. Al ready the retail merchants of the city have decided to test the law on the sub ject. Under the provisions of the law. as passed by the legislature in 19H, all mer chants are required to pay omitted taxes for at least five years back. The body of John H. Buck, who died at Burkes Station. Fairfax County, was brought here today and buried in Bethel Cemetery. Services were conducted by Rev. Dr. Frank Page and Rev. Dr. S. A. Wallls, of the Episcopal Theological Seminary. The Masonic service for the dead was read by C. Page Waller. Jr. Mr. Buck was about 60 years old. He Is survived by his widow, who was Miss Dolly Beach. Funeral services for H. Leonard Reed, who was drowned while bathing In the river yesterday, will he held at E:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at his late home, Rosemont. Members of Andrew Jackson Lodge of Masons and Post F, Travelers' Protective Association, will at tend. Members of the Westminster Club, the young men's organized Bible class of the Second Presbyterian Church, of which Capt. F. L. Slaymaker Is teacher, have Just returned from White House, Va.. where they were in camp for eight days, being the guests of John West. OBITUARY. Funeral services for Clifton C. Smith, who was connected with Central Union Mission for years, were held at the mis sion last night with Supt. Bennett in charge. The body was sent to Columbus. Ohio, for burial. Mr. Smith was editor of the Mission Bulletin. Funeral services for John Louis Yoeckel probably will be held Thursday. Interment will be In Baltimore. Yoeckel was killed Saturday night In an auto, accident near Rockvllle. Details of the funeral will not be arranged until word Is received from a daughter, Mrs. John Landers, of Ignaclo, Cal. Funeral services for Mrs. Abble A. Emery, a resident of this city for more than fifty years, were held yesterday afternoon at her home. 26US Cathedral avenue northwest. The body was taken to Tunbrldge. Vt.. last night for burial. Mrs. Emery leaves a daughter. Miss Ida C Emery; two sons. Fred A. and Frank D., and a granddaughter. Miss Clara E. Carrington. Capt. Alfonso A. Maxim, superintendent of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Temporary Home, 301 C street northwest, died sud denly of heart disease In Atlantic City. Sunday. The body Is expected to be brought to Washington early today. Fu neral services probably will be held to morrow. Interment will be In Arlington National Cemetery. New York Hotel Arrivals. New York. July 26. The following washlngtonlans are registered at principal hotels here: Marborough Martha Wash E. S. Ago, Mrs. L. A. Bauer. Gerard Mrs. J. M. Burnt Mrs. Bauman, Navarre Marseilles W. C. Curly. Mrs. M. W. Clark. Arlington Miss B. Clark. Mrs. C. E. France. Hermitage Herald Square S. C Goble, N. S. Guimont. Remington Mrs. N. 8. Miss M. -Hewitt, Guimont. Miss G. Hewitt. Albert Continental L. Jacobs. G. D. Horning, Brotzell Webster D. Louis. Mrs. S. J Masters, Navarre Miss I Haiters. J. A. Nugent. Marlborough J. E. Nugent. T. J. McDonough, A. C. Riley. Navarre Continental F. V. Rand. M. H. Seddon. St Denis Woodward P. W. Robertson. E. D. Talbert. Continental E. C Walls, J. H. Rothermel. Albert Navarre C T. Wilson. C. C 8ummerall, Latham Endlcott A. Woodmanae. R. F. Young. The following trade representatives are here: M. Brooks & Co.. Mrs. M. Brooks, women's and misses ready-to-wear, 1150 Broadway. Palais Royal, dry goods, eta. Miss C Hlrsch. infants' wear. 41 W 2Jd at. Palais Royal, dry goods, etc. H. J. Roberts, alike and dress goods, 43 W 23d st. B0MBS DROP ON GERMANS. French Airmen Maker Saeeesafnl At tack n Military .Station. Paris. July SI French aviators have made another daring and successful raid within the German lines, the war office announced today. They bombarded the military station at -NantWoU. near the Meuee River. ,. T Tan lull to infantry flghtlna- eaowed no tweak etertac tte aJckt, innsftissjt to tka "It's All in the Grain" Furniture quality is gauged by "the grain," and unless you are an expert, or buy at a reliable furniture establishment, you are likely to be misled. Our salesmen are furniture ex perts, know how to tell "the grain" of the wcod. and their knowledge Is at your Be r Wee. Every piece of furniture we sell is exactly aa rep resented, and the price Is as low as possible, consistent with quality. "We have nine big floors filled with furniture, so whatever you need can be selected with the assurance that you are receiving full money's worth. f IlJLIUSANSBUR(aio lQfJ FURNITURE )V A Big Sample FREE Phone or Write For It R'.l jour home of all cvrma. mlerotxM and bacteria that ax prmltnt and a constant aourc of 6anr durinr tha lummtr month. KRETOL ktlla germ life; rvctlSea utuanltary condition; drive away mter-tmxa roaches. Insects. Terrain. te. Gat ICRETOL. from any flrst-claaa dructlst. 3 and 60 cents, or writa for FREE eample and a copy of our 24 Dam book which tells abent KRETOL and our other products and their van, in me aome. The Krttel Cbimibt Imet. GUY W. A. CAMP Vice Presk. Grn. Mer. 134 L. St. X. W., Phone X. 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