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THE WASHINGTON HERAIX), WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1915.
Cha-are of Store Honm Baslnnln Saturday. Sept. li st ore Will Open 0 A. M. Clowe 5 T. 31. Eaiahllahed 1800. $ 1.50 36-inch Satin De Luxe All Pure Silk All Colors. An extraordinary silk value for today's sale. A purchase of 15 plece3 at a price concession enahles us to offer a regular Sl.r.O quality at $1.09 a yard. They are all pure silk, perfectly woven and finished with a hlnh luster. Every -wanted color; for street, afternoon, and evening wear, in cluding black. 75c Paon Velvets, 59c. 160 shades in the Silk-faced Paon Velvets, for dress and mil linery trimmings. Silk Dept. Sth Street Annex. "District Courts Clalroin that the District authorities have so graded Georgia avenue as to cause the water and other drainage from the road to soak, don n upon his propert on Military Road, Frederick Bex yes terday filed suit in the District Supreme Court agamst the District government for JlO.OCfl. He is represented by Attor ney A. B. Duvall. Julia Carlin sued the District for $10. trt) yesterday, setting forth that she stumbled over a wire or string attached to a coal shutc in Myrtle street on December 20. 13H Attorney Andrew 1. Hickey appears for the p:l.tiff. Three suits for maintenance and one for absolute dnorce. were filed yester day. Blossle E. Fleet alleges in her bill that she was deserted bv WHUam C Fleet on August 2 last. She is repre sented by Attorney Ellwood Hubert. Crueltv and nonsupport are alleged bv Mrs Julia West in her bill for a limited diorce from William H. West. They were married January IS. 1!W Attorney William H De Lacy appears for the wife . Rena M Pearson applied for an abso ' lute divorce from Thomas 1- Pearson, nllcsing his conduct compelled her to lrae him last December Pearson was cited to show cause Frlda why he should not be dUorced and compelled to pay alimony. Maria Pietraca tella applied for a limit ed dhorcc from her husband. Flllppo ci . . . . f.... ,(... Vi A h ennar. SI1C nidi ncri i"cj n. j-h . . oted she went to horn with "oertures of leconcillation, out tney proica oi no aaii Attorney J. A. Morlarltj. Secretary McAdoo was cited bv Justice Siddons to show cause next Friday, why 'lie should not be enjoined from ralng to the firm of German and Tlor J3.9.2 due it for the completoin of a postoffice m I-cwes. Del The injunction Is asked bv the Title Guaranty and Surety Com pans, which claims It Is bung held re sponsible for unpaid debts of the German jnd Talor firm. h.n ing gone surety on its contract with the government Th" will of Morris Hlrsh. shoe mer chant, filed in the Trobate Court ester das. Ieaes $.rfrfl to a daughter. Mrs. Pauline Rosenbtrg. JjOO to Mrs Rosen berg's son and a cash bequest to anoth er daughter. Mrs Rose Eskin. Adas 'srael Temple is bequeathed 5100. Prem- fces 1014 Seventh street northwest, is left , o three sons. Samuel. Arnold and Henry. I mbject to a life interest of the widow i codicil dated Mas 21, 1915, accompanies he will, which was filed through Attor- ley Mark Stearman TUBKS IN ARTILLERY DUEL. Bin Gallia et Firr n Allien Trenchen In nnlllpoll. Constantinople ia Berlin wireless), f Sept T A great artillery duel is 'agin,? on Gallipot! Peninsula, with arshlps participating, according to he Turkish war office It issued the .'oilow ing statement today: "The enemy unsuccessfully bom barded with his land and ship bat lerles our positions before Sed-ul-Bahr tnd Anafarta Our artillery caused Are to break out In the enemy's "renches and artillery positions at Vnafarta." THINGS THAT By GENE M. I WAS A BOY OMCE ' MYSELF SO ILL I oopTCMh rJerr I TO NOTICE IT' 9 WILSON WOULD KEEP APPROPRIATIONS DOWN Committee Heads Will Be Asked to Chop Useless Expenditures for Public Buildings. Before Congress convenes next De cember for the opening session of the Sixty-fourth Congress, President Wil son, it Is understood,, will hold con ferences with the chairmen of the Senate and House appropriations com mittees in an effort to persuade them to adopt an arrangement which will cut out ."pork barrel" appropriations. Prior to these conferences, and be fore the departmental estimates are completed. Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo will probably repeat the plan adopted by him last year In getting the Cabinet members together and urging them to keep their figures as low- as possible. While It is hoped that the Joint House and Senate Committee appoint ed last session to devise a budget scheme may be able to report on a bill next winter, it is regarded as doubtful whether any part of -It could become operative In time to cover next year's appropriations For this reason, the President is said 'to have determined to appeal directly to the heads of the two appropriation com mittees to do everything possible to weed out needless expenditures. Within the next month Secretary McAdoo, who took lunch with th President and discussed these matters with him. expects to make an Inspec tion trip throughout the country fo, the purpose of looking Into the actual requirements in cities and towns where new postoffices and other Fed eral buildings have been proposed, or where it is possible to abandon the upkeep of buildings already existing. Although the policy of the govern ment heretofore, the Secretary indi cated, has been to expend on public buildings the maximum of the ap propriation allowed in each case, or in excess of that amount. It Is his Intention to refuse to approve any public building contracts calling Tor the erection of any larger or hand somer structures than are" required. For this reason, he said, he wanted to fortify himself w ith Erst-hand in formation on the needs ot -ach lo cality for which a public building ap propriation has been authorized. The Secretary added that he was convinced that there are large num bers of buildings being maintained by the government In various towns that are unnecessary and never were necessary to the government service. THINKS BRYAN BUNS D. C. Foreigner, Therefore, Falls to Pro cure Naturalization Paper. "How is the District of Columbia gov erned?" A representative of the Department of Tnati- nut the nnpntlnn to a forelcner w ho applied to the District Supreme I Court for naturalization papers yester day. The applicant looked puzled. With a sudden inspiration he replied: "By der guvenor, sir." Justice Siddons and the questioner looked surprised. Some grinned, which led the applicant to believe he had im pressed his intelligence on those present. "And who is the governor," was asked "Bryan." he answered without a sign of doubt in his voice. The anxious expression on the man's face convinced the court that he was sincere and he was given six months in which to become familiar with the Dis trict government. FRESH-AIR CAMP CLOSES. Salvation Army Reports Sncceaa at Jackaon Grove, Md. Brigadier William Escott. in charge of Salvation Army work In Washington, jesterday announced statistics regarding the army's summer fresh-air camp at Jackson Grove, Md , which has Just closed. Fifty mothers and 425 children were at the camp. T.212 meals were served and Z.n, lodgings were furnished. Brigadier Escott declares the camp was one of the most successful in the hlstors of the army During its operation medi cal attention was ghen by Dr. O. H. McXemar, of Odenton, Md. Buildine Operations Reported. The report of building operations in the District during the month of August has just been submitted by the Inspector of buildings The report does not Include the operations of the Federal government. During the month J742.773 oo was expended for repairs. slxt-nlne brick and seven teen irame buildings were erected, and three brick and seven frame buildings razed. S New District Home Inspected. Commissioners Kutz and Brownlow in spected the new home of the superintend ent of the Tuberculosis Hospital. Just completed, jesterday afternoon. Several jeajs ago Congress appropriated J6,CO0 for me Biruciurr. "There isn't anything, barring ill health, that can hold a real man down If he ADVERTISES."-Dan Sayles. 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Lars porch, elerttor tod tele- MAN UK nlJUdE., rooms. " m"'. X.W ,.. All outside im Per- $30 00. Phone Mlin 5904-5303. ,rt -ond!.!,- 1324 Monroe Street. "" f411100- lHfc CUNbKLMlUWAL, r g Llbrirj of ConErtM. 1st and East Cnpltol Streets. ' tltt and room aerrice, ice DCUrniPV 2 ,nd ' 4"rM '" Cl"7' water, ibr poHshlnjr. all nijht UtlltLlldv roome to Manager eltTatoe aad telephone eerTice. tSOS-JO E,e Street N. W. bath. ' ? ,'Leol"""' m"' ptip AD1 VI 17 3 rooma and BJ50 " D. Smith Co.. Four nor; fireproof apartment I HE. AKllXLL. bathtoStooma to ' th SL houae. at entrance to Ko . ... . .. T-i-nVM.. r.in au Creek Park; unusually attrac- 17th St. aad Park Itoad. "d bath. $52.50 Telephone Main MM. Hte. nam An exception a detached apart- TU17 RFI I FVITP rooms r-om Thomaa J. Fisher ft Co. Inc., ment house. Rich room spadoua inC DLliLLYUD, and buh. .month. 15th St. X. W. and aunnr. Oppoeite the Dean 1021 10th Street N. W. "" " u tttt ' "" . . roomt and UOOO The F. H. Smith Co.. Modern 7 storr fireproof apart- THE LACLEDE, ..., . Bt. ri d.7,T.. 1223 Vermont Avenue. and Uth. ,0500 Telephone Main 64S4. roof . 1 ' errrmrr re" ln1 $30 M The F. H. Smith Co.. Modern T story apart, honse. THE TORONTO, ut-. Z "f- TXdl.V. 20th and P Sts. X. W. "d 2 utti Telepboo. Main 6461. famished if desired. . . 1 , H,h . 12-story fireproof Building; beat TUP TAIRO MT-. ,I50' . .errice: lartest and mo. pleasant 1 HE. CAIRU, hl. 2 room, j,, , Wi On premi ,pt n t,MBSt0B. Beautiful 16th and q St . W. tmsftbath W- 'T THE KNICKERBOCKER, s.4 1? T2.ijaz?sJi 1840 Mlnmood Place X. W. ,I"J b"h- '- ,38 15th St" N' W' ele eleT.tor. ... . ... e-u Ilich-clasa apartment hotel: nniilITAM ' S room VSmW 1rt unfurnished initra. yearly and KKluHiUn. nd bth' ' U A3 California St. monthly lease; furnished eoitei ' "V4 $115 00. North !19. any penod. A. ft X. dan. 2123 California St. 2 fcathaf ' c.fe, American and European. UcUcfalen Banklnf Fireproof buiMini. 5 electric THE ONTARIO . ZszEt.. ZX2TaJ?&F&,Zi and oath. v . , J8th Street and Ontario Road N. W. w- 3 and room. pjo to Capital Conatruction Co.. Fireproof bulHloj. with all Till? DflDTTMFR nd..?th.: K"0- -, B- 'V"IU niodem conTenlencea. Allnlsht HIE. rtflVIllIilX. noo h keeping, jmoo to General Manaarr. elerator aerrice. Eieellent cafe. Fifteenth and You Street. Jfc. W. '.nd ulh.' Oflc, on premie BMe lht free. " " "" " "" "" . Deairable apartments In Waah- THE CHEVY CHASE, l V "-.Jfr -Xme!'ZUr22. : com Alonzo O. Blla. Proprrtiea. ConTenleot to downtown and Darlington, -- . s;r.d?sl:otI-, 1008 24h St. X. TV. taaU t0 Bend forcer Bent lt. s i n Mxm f rti bert .ection. Well arranged D1 CnJUriM ffllTDT in SBStN.W. arartmenta with porchee, aU In DLEilinEilITl WvrUlVl, recepUon hall. " Bead for our Bent List. good condition. Janitor on 1840-4 CalUarnU St. W. W. "' mSS - rreoertiea. Al1 oof room., prirata FALKST0NE COURTS, ,4.5. t" Abo,ox0ks,.s.w. SS25rdEZ (.,!, , Bend for oar 4Ient list. Itetident manager. Cectridt. 14th aad Fairmont Sta. N. W. UUu , Alan furnished apartmnU. THE NEW BL00MHELD, tiroon - a d 1 JZ't-JZZJZ? ,,., -T. 7 W-01 TIT 11th 8t. iCW. porche.; gaa and eJeetrie llthU; THE WINSTON, m?BS.taU' - , ------. 314549 Mt. Ple t St. X. W. . m --.-..,. THF RF Af ON V-'l !"! '" Crtim ft Dent. lae. roona. ltcc: brand, phonts: 1IU DbAVUn, h ftb.-Tr' TB IWi St. N. T. , porche.; rent lodntea atatrlo 1801 Calvert-St. n h.' ft K. V ... - bachelor. , - s ; .....ni axia " Well-kept house. aU hrifht MIQSl.VwIPPI i . -T tfeberaum ft Hawa. cheerful, ootaid. ronst, looUx miODliyOirri, .LTSh. iZL SlUu!n. T aaoalHlan. Tekphoo. en 143 -W St. X. W. . ' .' ilVtlT 8L-N. W. t twanjloot. CoaTtnient to beat , . ' J - car line, THE VERNON, I room All outside locaaa. porea; sat . t - ni1 b,0 S" KiU.1. An.. K. T. condition; Jniter aarttca; tsotB- 1T74 Ym St. H. W. 1 lad (-rooms " era cxpoatm. Ala .MM 14th St. If . W. aad bath. v BULGARIA READY THE WASHINGTON HERALD'S READY REFERENCE DIRECTORY TO ENTER FRAY OF- s aasaMw fe? Address No. Rooms Rent Agent Description THE WALLIS rept3hU. .I0. CrMlthStfN.t,w!a ffcrtri9 "! branch on 164T Lamont St. X. W. and Uth. near both ears. .. . . ..-.. DETACHED BCILDIXO. THEEVANSTON, , Z" o . -. 1 Sa5SS,cD1.gSS5a- 0427 13th Street N. W. bath. TK llth St. .V W. LABGE PORCHES. THE MAURY. halTftba'thT "!" Thuma. J. Fisner ft Co.. lai. tlon; acellent condition: good .. TVw . v M rofms. rec. oo. " W ah St. K W. Janitor d electa Orator 10th and C Street. . W. ,,5 ft 'tlth 'w' ttxivx. 2 roomt and TUT nDFPniUIAM utn- $1'5 Thomaa J. Flaher ft Co.. Inc Very deairabl. apartmenta. InL UIYajVlUillrvll, 1 rooma, ree. to 733 isth St. N. W Conrrolent to car line. Bea- 1815 18th street X. W. hlU Uth- ' ,0,"M llaX THE BALFOUR, IZZISZ -5, 'ZSJSpJSSS'SZ ""' "" w, j rooma ft bath 1HJ F at N- of. fan, nd eletator aerrice 16th and tl Sta. X. W, nasi ft bath llerdie and trolley car eenice. THE ALSTON, iy-j $ &&.?!$ &H2JE&Z5Z 1721 2,.t Street X. W. "J? SS O - W Electricity. AU ouid. rooms. . Large well Hghted apartment. THF AT WYN J, 4, and $ $MSt Thorn.. J. Fieher ft Co. Inc. Eleated ecrrice. Beautifullr 111-. .IT All, ,, ia jjj UUl at N w Un b-udi-g. Inapection inrit- 1882 Columbia Itoad X. W. and bath. ISM. ed; contenient to car.. ' Exceptionally large, nxxna. $S.OO Bright and sunny, neat lnclud- 1 0"JO CCl 11 T S to to Elleraoa Wemple. , j-nt. W1U paper to auit l.y r ou n. w. toomi jhjo. io - s n. w. ,, and bath. THE HADDINGTON, " f Thomai J. FUer ft Co., IK.. ConTmlent to both car Una. 1840 Bllt-aore Street X. W. ?. " N" W" TUC UCTUI7DI A1M1.6 I, 4. 5. to - Sii-atory -reproof housekeepini 1 tlL nCt I I1EI.111, rooma and RVJ', Nellie r. Swwt. apattmenta. on two car line 1800 Columbia -load. hou"sekeeP?n. Army and .Nary clai-. CACTUAM tiara Welt heated, hot-water; on ear EiA-) 1 "lAJTl, t rooma '"- PhilUpa Company. ,Ilie ; firat-daa. oondiUoo; ready 1447 E. Capitol St. ""A "" """ ft-occupancy. QArAMf-RF . a Uabermann ft Ban Splendid loc-tlon; poon. tn OAUi-iflUIV-.. 4 room, and pg. Manager!. b-Uding; aide steps and porcfa-i 1834 S Street Norths-eat. b,th' lta F St. X. W. for tradeamen. Llebermann ft nawn. Downtown location; eon-ra 71C 11lL Cl M W mo nd a llanaam. lent to all department etores 710 lltn Ota W. W. bath. " im F StTx. W. and theateny ' - ., , . Near Dupont Clrd.; conren- 1603 19th st N.w. "s."a 7 "Tmr ;- "" AfVPlini Si!l. r-r Very dadrabUi hlgh-daa. apart- OCTAVIA. b,th f, w- """ menta. elerator. cafe in buU-- vr-ax--axa, M m Pa. Ata. K. W. ing; referencea reafllred. Colombia and Qturrry Roada, ,JrSSj. '- TOL-ANi; "3" " 1 "TES,"-- IS: arid 'bath. j,-, ,- p gt jj. W. H"-- 3100 18th St. X. W. "la!- THE CHELSEA a"X T" '. JESL-W-T1- -roc,: I An ontaid. MX N. T. Are. N. W. 201 E Street S. E. .room. ' - nriiniAfi " -... -, - Janitor arrici: steam heat IVANH0E. ,0 .'?" tt 'Sf-FS -?' eoawafcnl to dotrttown mo- 170 th Street X. W. J OT-a-J .llTMI 1 mom and bath T7J The F. H. Smith Co.. Very attractha loltei, par- THE A-.H1 UN toitoa-- to Off th St. onet floora. porche. pnblle tela- aaau nwaaawa. ind bath. CtOO. Telrpbono Main K. phone. exceUant larric-. 143C K Street X. W. w .: . ; . . " -" S rooaa. , tha F. H. Smith Cot, - - ,- -. T n. reception h-ll ggja U ? Ceo mint downtowa loea- 817 I5tk SL N. W. -ad-brth. Telepboo. Main 0O4. tion; cpoit. Shorehaa Hotel. GIBRALTAR T'tt?r. '"tjSS -SiSSi5Kr M 18h Street X, W. t"h- """" 1 qa.l Cl lroomandbatt fHJt -J5T-I-WSI2 Ifad2ltkStf, tojr . -; gg-ygy,;. Ml 3-Hk Street K, W. fumlihed. JmHot mttIm. OFFICERS ON GUARD AGAINST GAMBLING MaJ. Castner Moves to Prohibit Poker Playing in District Mili tia's Armory. MaJ. J. C Castner. adjutant general of the District National Guard, has Is sued an order placing upon the company commanders the responsibility for all that occurs In the company rooms fol lowing an Investigation yesterday of the recent poker game which was raided by police at the armor)-. The Investigation developed the fact that only one guardsman was involved and that entrance was effected via tie fire escape. A patrol of the bullolng by the super intendent and his assistant has been Instituted. WANT IMP0ET VALUES CUT. McAdoo Can Reduce Italian, Ana- trlnn, and French Valuations. Certain New York importers have peti tioned Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo to exercise the discretion conferred on him under the tariff law of ISM and re duce the valuation of certain Imports "omlng from Italy. Austria and France. The basis of the petition Is the fact that the valuations of the' articles Imported wore made upon consular certifications t n time when the currency of the coun rles named, had a greater value In "nlted States currency than at present Vcretary McAdoo referred the matter to he Attorney Generil. and has been 'dvlsed that under the act he has the ower to order a rellquidatlon. It Is doubtful whether the Secretary 111 grant the request of the importers, n the present tate of the revenues, al-ho-igh his authority to do so Is unques loned. Bowie Tournament Planned. The com-nlttee In chatge of the tourna T"nt which will be held at Prince George 'ark. liowle. Md., September 15. under the uspices of St. Joseph's Society of Bowie, planning the program for that dav. "here will be three classes of riders In if tilting contest professional, amateur, nd noMcc and In the evening music will - furnished for dancing. John Bowie chief marshal ai.d his aids are to be to Misses Bernadlne and Ursel Fladulng. "Your opportunities are right here i Washington. You will find many them listed In the Want Columns cry day." Dan layles. WILSON'S L1TTERANCE SLOGAN OF FLAG SALE CAR. Auxiliary to Use Excerpt from Speech Asking Americans to Wear Country's Flag. "This Is a time when every Ameri can should wear his countries flag." This excerpt from a recent utterance by President "Wilson will be the slo gan of a flag day sale to be conduct ed by the woman's auxiliary of the Citizens' G. A. R. Committee Septem ber IS. The proceeds of the sale, ar rangements for which were made at a meeting of the woman's auxiliary last night, will go Into the general G. A- R, fund. On that day members of the auxili ary will station themselves In all the government departments, in the Dis trict Building, the large department stores, on busy corners, and In the suburbs. The sellers will be mem bers of the Woman's Belief Corps. Ladles of the G. A. R.. Ladies' Auxili ary. Sons of-Veterans. Daughters of Veterans, Legion of Loyal "Women, tha Boy Scouts, and Girl Scouts. It was conceded by the elderly ladles at last night's meeting that their younger sisters few of whom are Included In the above-named or ganizations, are usually, more success ful in opening the purses of the passers-by. Accordingly, it was de cided to invite the young ladies of Washington to aid In the sale. David J. Palmer, commander-in-chief of the Grand Army of the Re public, will be invited to officiate at the tree-planting exercises at the Lin coln Memorial and at Arlington on the fourth day of the encampment. Miss Kmlly Sims Introduced the resolution providing for such an Invitation. It was announced that the Citizens' Committee will entertain at luncheon each of the ladles' organizations that have planned to hold conventions here during the encampment. Mrs. W. E. Andrews presided over the meeting, which was held In the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce. Pennsylvania Judge Better. Philadelphia. Sept. 7. State Su preme Court Justice Elk In, who came to this city for medical attention, to day showed great improvement In his condition and was up walking around. He Is expected to return to his home in Indiana County within a few days. Houses V . 1 sStfl UK.. 6"-oe3 '1 ? " k J.3&S . r -- . H kfif3if . v 3-,;3is.!iiji . 'r-SSLf-r r. v j,-K, -,- i2.v 'Sj:i-s5-iU' . :3L ,.-iftKiii: aiJs- SfA -,. .tif. r;'JS ;agpg3SBffi-ia a!?e - LViSri it-T------' ,?,'- . ---