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W -" " ""- "!" " "V- JS ", V " v ' 'Tf-'-'' ". -t THJi WASiilxNGJLOiN HERALD. WEDNESDAY. SEFTEA1J3EK 8, 1915. Woodward & Lothrop New York Washington Paris In the September Sale of Furniture Are Many Exceptional Oppor tunities for Saving Not only opportunities arc offered for the purchase of Real Fine Furniture at extremely low prices, but the standard has never been higher than it is in this present sale. Better made furniture better selected patterns better de signs better savings. The prices are 15 to 40 per cent less than regularly. We offer these for your consideration today: ?l Dull Mahoganv-finished Dining Chairs; genuine leather slip seats. Side Chair, specially priced, $5.00. Arm Chair, specially priced, $7.00. Windsor Chair and Rocker Chair, specially priced, $3.50. White Enameled-finish. Chair, specially priced, $4.00. Ct Mahogany-finished Dining Side Chair, specially priced, $3.50. I VK ' H3i rpssf WW Quartered Oak Chamber Rockers ; box frame construction ; cane seat-. Specially priced, $2.50. White Knamclcd Rocker and Toilet Chair to match. Rocker, specially priced, $3.00. Toilet Chair, specially priced, $2.50. fcf C Per Week for 2 Persons JiO ROOM prb'avtahte & MEALS AT BRIGHTON BEACH, N. HOTEL SHELBURNE AMERICAN AND KUHOPEAN PLAN 100 rooms: 75 private baths; running hot and cold water In rooms, every convenience: surf bathing. SPECIAL TERMS TO FAMILIES fan Week-End" Rate P ROOM & MEALS WRITE FOR PAMPHLET SPECIAL SHORE DINNER Ell AI HI UN's ff Splash Seaside Illtrrnton BRITISH GOLD TRAIN ARRIVES IN NEW YORK $80,000,000 in Steel Cars Guarded in Express Yard Overnight Bank ers Not Pleased. Vew York. Sept. 7 Preceded all tho ai from Portland, Me., to this city by a Pilot enRine and cars to protect it from possible eplo.lves, the gold train bear ing Jso.prtt.OOfi in urrencj and securities sent by England to strengthen her credit in the I'nited States arrived in the yard or the American Express Company shortly before S o'clock tonight. Guards armed with rifles manned each of the feren steel cars in which the mountain of treasure was shipped. The express company's )ard Is an armed camp, as the gold will not be transferred to the sub treasurv until tomorrow morning. The scr let secrecy was maintained In shipping this, the largest transaction In gold that any nation has made to the I'nited States since the beginning of the wrar. The shlrment consisted of 11,50.000 English sovereigns, equivalent to about K.K0.on. and J7.S50.000 In Vnlted States coin. The Value of the bonds Is JK X0.O00. The treasure was brought to Halifax on Monday aboard the Argyle. a fast English cruiser. There it was trans ferred to the steel cars of the American Express Company in which It arrived here. Bankers are not pleased with the re cipt of the treasure. Bringing It here when the normal demands of business are lower than usual and when the vaults of the country are already chok lnc with gold may accelerate the ten dency toward inflation and speculation. S5 to match; dark, rich finish. Rocker, specially priced, $3.75. Rocker, specially priced, $5.00. Chairs: genuine leather slip scats. Arm Chair, specially priced, $7.00. Y. OCEAX PAHK1VAV STTIOX Saturday Dinner to Monday after Breakfast NOON TO TEN P. M. $2 Me J Twice nightly. 7:30 A n.no .NO ADMISSION CHARGED NORTHWEST SAVINGS BANK OPENS DOORS New Institution Will Do Business at Eighteenth Street and Co lumbia Road. The Northwest Saving Bank opens its doors to the public this morning at Eighteenth street and Columbia road. This latest addition to the banking In stitutions of Washington Is capitalized at $.",0,000. It is organized to do a com mercial and savings account business. The bank, purchased the property on the northeast corner of Eighteenth street and Columbia road and entirely remod eled the building. The llrst floor Is fitted with modern equipment for banking. The second and third floors have been con erted into apartments. The officers and directors of the bank are: Officers Dr. George C. Havenncr. pres ident: Capt. Guy T. Scott, first vice pres ident; MaJ. Fred'k C Bryan, second vice president: W. J. Neuland, cashier, and Edward F. Coolladay, general counsel. Directors-Mr. James E. Beall, Mr. William I.. Browning. MaJ. Frederick C. Bryan. Mr. C. L. Burrows. Mr. Edward P. Colladay, Dr. Karl C. Corley. Mr. A. Edmonston. Mr. John C Eversman, Mr. Fred L. Flshback. Mr. William T. Fitz gerald. Mr. Herbert p. Gerald, Dr. George C Havenner, Mr. Joseph Jacobl. Mr. W. B. Krantz. Mr. M. D. McQuade. Mr. Morris Needle. Mr. 1. Ottenbcrg, Dr. Thomas A. Poole, Mr. William S. Quln ter. Mr. Hal M. Remington. Mr. Oliver Smith, Mr. U. Grant Smith. Capt. Guy T. Scott Hon. Nathan B. Scott and Mr. T. S. Tlncher. Locusts this year seriously Injured oliva trtM la Syria, SSI? NM YARD MACHINISTS GET BOOST IN WAGES Daniels Grants Raise to $5 a Day Pending Board's Findings Alifas Delighted Over Increase. The controversy between Secretary of the Navy Daniels and machinists of the Washington Navy Yard over the wage question practically ended yes terday when the Secretary announced that a new wage scale will go Into effect at tho yard October 1. It Is understood the new scale will raise the pay of the machinists to J5 a day. At present the machinists' salaries range from J3.20 to J4.20. The only condition on which Secre tary Daniels made the announcement is that the machinists union appoint a board to conduct an investigation Into the wages and living conditions of their fellow employes in the Eastern cities Independent of the inquiry to be made by the navy wage board. The Secretary's idea is that the two boards shall then "get together" in deciding the scale. President N. I. Alifas. of the local branch of the Machinists' Union, hint ed yesterday that the new wage scale will come as a timely blessing for the yard. He said the "eligible list" for appointment has been exhausted and new men cannot be brought here to work without higher pay than is now given. Leaving Secretary Daniels' of fice yesterday, Mr. Alifas said: "Of course, we are not crowing with delight over the Secretary's announce ment, because the wage board has to I meet and determine what shall con stitute a day's wages commensurate I with the wages paid in shops doing similar high-grade work in the East. However, this is a great step forward." ENTERTAINS FLORISTS WITH BIG CRAB FEAST Actors, Grotto Band and Boxers Give Numbers at Party Given by Edward S. Schmid. Members of the Florists' Club of Washington and their friends were the guests of Edward S Schmid last night at an informal crab feast at the , conservatory of the store of Fred H. Kramer. 916 F street northwest. iMulc was furnished by the Kal lipolis Grotto Rand, and a vaudeville (entertainment was furni.shcd by talent from local theaters. Three boxing bouts were put on. Those present were Dr. L. H. Bicks, William Marche. Otto Bauer, Harry Ley. J. Crosby McCarthy. M W. Pick ering, Joe Leaman, O. A. r Oehmler, O. E Anderson. M. J McCabe, C. A. .Tarkson, Charles A. Stevens Taul C. Zlehl. L C. Shattuck. W H. Child?. W. R. Phillip. George W. Hess, fi. Milton Thomas, E. F. Schmid. Richard Vincent, Jr., George H. Cooke. A. Gude, C P. Boss. I. R Goldsmith, E. W. Lilihey, John F Keeaveri George H Emmons, John H. Shreve. Mendil Behrend, John D. Robertson, Jr., George S. Gouldman, D. I. Saunders, Samuel Tapp. A. H. Staples, Dan I O'Brien, Kirk C Miller. G. E. Fitz gerald, Jacque Heldenhelmer. Phillip Goldstein, Peter I.atterner. John Rob ertson, M. Grnner, Clarence L Llnz. J. J. Barry. David E Saunders J. E. Shelton, Harry B. Lewis. James Qulnn, Samuel Simmonds, Charles Bradley, Jake Richards, and H. Iliehe. of the Berryhlll Nurser, Harrisburg, Ta. MOORE FUNERAL WILL BE HELD TOMORROW Former Commissioner of Patents Will Be Honored by Old Friends And Associates. Edward B. Moore, former commissioner of patents, died at his residence In the Imperial apartments yesterday of heart trouble following an Illness of ne rly a month. Funeral services will be held Thurs day morning at 10:30 o'clock. Interment ill be In Rock Creek Cemetery Ser vices will be conducted by Rev. R. Cobb, assistant pastor of First Congregational Church. Pallbearers have been chosen from Mr" Moore's friends and former associates in the P.itent Office. They are William F Woolard, chief clerk of the Patent i Office: L. W. Maxson. M. R. Sullivan. ' John I Brown, Eugene D. Sfcwall, and F C. Skinner. Mr. Moor" was not married. He is survived by a niece. Mls Callie F. Moore, and two nephews. Maurice M. I Moore and J. Ballard Moore. I00MIS CHALLENGES MEYER. Wnnts Scries of Three Races, linl Easterner Can't Accept. Chicago, Sept. 7. Joe Loomi. the na tional 130-yard champion, through Mar tin Delaney. the Chicago A. A. coacn. has made n proposition fi,i a series of three races with Alvah Mey r. who since the A. A. I', championship has ex pressed his belief that lie. instr-ad of I.oomls, won the 100-yard final in San Francisco. I-oomis suggests that the hist r.i. , take place at J. Fred Powers' electric light meet at Worcester. Mass.. September 5. the second at Chicago September ir., and the third race. If necessary, on a track to be named by Meyer as the challenged party. Meyer sends word that there are two reasons why he cannot :iicniIom!s !n a series of races at this time. In the first place Ills business ('titles pn clude tralnlng as he should for s-ich a series of matches, and in the second he would not care to train without ha 'ng I.iwron Robertson overlook his work and Rob ertson Is taking n vacation in the moun tains for a month. Disjiair of Mannaduke's Life. Capt. It. II. Marmaduke. 72 years old, of 1031 Eleventh street northwest, whose skull was fractured when he nas .trnck by two automobiles on the 1'nlon Station Plaza Monday night, late last night was in practically the same condition. Phy.d clans hold out but little hope for his re covery. Woman Held After Shooting. Mary Tinkney. 33. colored, was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon yesterday, following the shooting of her sister, Kachaol Hardy, H, at the home, 806 M street northwest. The Hardy woman, shot through the right lung, was taken to Casualty Hospital, where it wns said her condition Is critical. Recoverine from Knife Cnts. Raymond KItipatrick. 603 P street J northwest, ho was cut by a negro Mon-J day night on n t-nesapoake lieach Itai' way train. Is recovering rapidly, declare physicians at Casualty Hospital, to which he was removed. It is probable he wilt be discharged from the hospital this week. Elverson (Pa.) Bank Chartered. The Comptroller of the Currency has issued a charter to the Elverson Na-1 tlonal Bank, at Elverson, ra. The in stitution has a capital stock of l'S.nnn John C Dangler la president and H.! CIUBIU &' V, VW..g WALSH A MOUNTEBANK. ASSERTS GOV. CARLSON IUjP1 ".y-Aisaaaa jKv; ?; v ""jx'saaaaV aaVE. . o .3 v$!t4raaaaaV aavi? t--'. '. .vVCysaaaaan f ' w ''' AJV AaaaBkiaaaW x 4, lWi2aH lav i'ti&2:t. ?aaaaaaav (Tm r aaaaaaaaaam V saaaaaaaaaaaaaav - JaaBraaaaW aiiiiH ' 'B' -C? ' v . - gov. a. a. rm.nx. Gov. G. A Carlson of Colorado has attacked Fiatik P. Walsh, chairman of the Federal Commission on Industrial Relations, in a statement. He siys that Walsh lias not presented the true facts about Colorado and the recent mining trouble. He says Walsh I bv nature a mountebank and sensitlonalist. DOCTORS WILL DISCUSS MILITARY TREATMENTS Army Surgeons Will Gather Here Next Monday President Wilson In vited to Address Them. Arrangements are ncaring comple tion for the meeting of the Associa tion of Military Surgeons of the United States, which will be held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at the Ra leigh. The finance committee is composed of Maj. James M. Heller, chairman; Dr. S. N. Acker. Mr. Ross P. Andrews, president Retail Merchants' Associa tion: Dr W. M. Barton. Mr. E. C. Brandenburg, president of Board of Trade: Dr. S. D. Breckenrldge. Mr. John Joy Edson. Mr. C. C. Glover, Mr. W. F. Gude, Mr. Isaac Gans, Surgeon R C. Holcomb. U. S. N.; Dr. F. R. Hagner. MaJ. W. J. U Lyster, U. S. A; Dr. I C. Schr, Dr. J. F. Mitchell. Mr. P. T. Moran. president Chamber of Commerce: Medical Director F. S. Nash. U. S. N.: MaJ. W. O. Owen. U. S. A., retired: Dr. E. M. Farker, Dr. Sterling RufTln. Dr. C. W. Richardson, Dr. J. J. Richardson. Assistant Surgeon General W. G. Stimpson. U. S. P. H. S.: MaJ. J. O. Skinner, U S A. retired, and Dr Walter Wells. Monday's session will be devoted to reading scientific papers on military hygiene, medicines and surgery, and there will be several papers on the treatment of wounds and sanitation in the field and trenches as practiced in the European war. Tuesday evening a public meeting will be held. Admission will be by card. President Wilson has been in vited to speak and addresses will be made by Commissioner Brownlow, Col. Kean. U. S. A., president of the asso ciation; Dr. Frank Leech, president of the Medical Society of the District, and Dr. Harvey Cushing, of Boston. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. IIBBIIS. S1 1M 1 orsr It It-MCITK, 'ljr W in.l BJmor.d A Ilurrill tn Mary I' llurrill 10 lump U (1715 ';th n) "J Parrel 61 13 ill cribel on weMrrlr line Daniel:, R1 -FI'XK, AHee White wIe eat to Oti J Trrnn $!9 stamp SO et' iS Sq 1TC2 It 10 blk 7 Reiw-CII.KA. Jaa L, et ui Nettie It to Krnest I'MUs S10 (Daieniwit at rear Slrriirrn rt nw) 4 !1 0fS It 50 Wk 1 TniiiJad IJItfVEn. Jacob S et ill Annie It ti Ehrer I) Conner & l.llr E Connor joint tenants S10 covenants Jc ra $2,700 (X of ilor. V laii t ne) S! hl I1C0 rt vtz It J-U1B.-ON, Ijither V et ux IJIlie A. I'ormliu I' Weeks et m Klin A. Harry ltonley et ill Llllle It to Home Amuse ment Oi $10 tami V 2 S. T It 1I-IIILI.KIIY, It V to Natl Cit Real -Ed Corp J'O aUmp $1.30 tnist V.K0 1!C3 y t nw) B Sj 1MI l:a ) H X .1 It ra-HITCHCOCK, Wm II et in lrance S tn Jefferson I Crenshaw $ 0 Mamp $1 eotenants llenti,n ft Iwt Tmilaw pi A. Hnldrkop-r I'l nw) 53 Sj IK it org It li-HOPKI.NS. Francis A. M Netll -Monroe Itorini et lit Kathenne t.uy & Alfrrd Kraneis lloi.kln. et hi Annie Ie Wolf to Nat'I City Ileal lit Corp $1(1 atamp $S tr $!." (17M I t nw) Si SBt It W Ilk 4 Waah'n HU-I.H'SCOMB. Vm et in Sallie Frara-s to Xat'I City Ileal Et CVirp $10 stamp $150 149 Californin 1 liw) S ir i on: It 19 mi MS It 35 Wk ) X Oris Col CnlT fk 179 It 11 sn IKI It CJ Uk 4 Washn Ht XAT'Ij CITY REAL EST COUP to Jas I Mrt.ee 10 ttiunp $3 lat parrel tr SS.000 M parvel tr $iC0O Td inl tr $3.3M tth parcel tr $5,000 (1730 I at rw, 1163 Cirard rt nw. KB Q st nw ft HO California rt nw) Sj JOK It 37 oik 2 SoheuUen rk-RlTPERT. Chaa F et ux Anna C to Henrietta. J Rupert $W stamp $1 ib to tril for et Ool rd (01 Col rd nw) si .TTSC It S Tark View-ROCHE. 'ar A to A Walter Collier $10 lUmp 30 els corenama a. it $3.0K A- Hen jr. .. .' n. t. -.1. . 71 !." OI .ewion x-i. r. oi i" -, -- Si XS j.t It s-SAIJX. Cliu S et m Florence K & Jiillua r Milan 10 jinn ,- ,..,, . stamp ct tr $4,000 IU win at "! . . .. ... ,. M .- .- w.cnnnp Arfline B et nx rq an, ii ... u..e --"""'"-- .. Annie il to Annw r .looie au e- - j l. oi u et. . oi win m. or - Si 1031 It 13-SADTLEIl. Anthony C et m Emma, .. I.: lawanli CIA tn Ueo Lawrence ei ux Jimr joioi. "- r -. m w. t- &IJIOJ ForesAnta (Corbin II bet 13th ft 14th sta ne) . B Si 3M It 11S-SHREVI3, Jen. M to Mrnni If ntt $10 stamp M cU aub to alley rights ft tr lSthtnw). .WM.5 Sa 351 It 13 .but 0 mekmo. a-" ?-" Chia L et ex Marj- E to Jeannette Bortaml 110 atimp cu ooTenania vir (8 of Kentcn. W of ISth at nw) J S SmT3 I a Meridian Hill-WILUAMS. Juliet M to IiOol Sterman et ux Annie Joint tenants $10 sUmp K (Ctxmplaln Euclid nw) It Ba XV It n Indokoc-WAUvER, Chaf J et nx Jlarr P to Louis IJk Slcholaw C Stafford Joint tenant $ Ump C corenanla ft tr H.0S0 (ISth bet 4.Uuon ft BochiMn atnw) I '.- r.ii. for Biinlr Statement. mm .IavAti!- nt fh Currencr yesterday issued a 'call on the n- .t &.-! Af thA eountrv for ft statement of their condition at th close ot business on September I MEXICAN CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD SOON German Trouble Holds 'Back Admin istration Solution U. S. Doesn't Blame Leaders for Border Raids. Another pan-American conference on Mexico will probably be held In Wash ington or New Tork between now and the middle of next week. Announcement to this effect was made at the State De partment yesterday afternoon by Secre tary Lansing following the publication of the fact that Romulo S. Naon. Ambas sador to tho I'nited States from Argen tina, plans to return to his country on a leave of absence on September l.V It was stated by officials of the State Department that definite steps would hae been taken before this but for the recurrence of crises In connection with the controversy between this country and Germany over the submarine warfare question. This government has asked Carranza and the other Mexican leaders to use every endeavor to terminate the border troubles. Officials here do not hold the first chief responsible for the raids that have kept the people In the Brownsville region of Texas In a ferment for the past few weeks. The authorities say that the trouble has undoubtedly been caused by bandits and Irresponsible per sons Identified with some of the organ ized forces in Mexico. Reports from Mexico Indicate steady progress in the military plans of the Carranza forces In northern parts of the country. Gen. Rosalio Hernandez, com mander of one of Villa's armies, who last week was defeated at Paredon. near ly 300 miles south of the border. Is now attempting to stem the Carranza ad ancc at Alende. Just fifty miles south of the line. The Villa garrison at Pledras Negras evacuated the town and has gone south to Alende to re-enforce the Vllllsta forces there. The Carranza agency, which reported last evening tho occupation of Pledras Negras by Car ranzo troops, claims the Vlillstas are en deavoring to roncentrate at Villa's capi tal city of Chihuahua. That Carranza has been able to crush the uprising among his rebellious soldiers In the Stale of Tabasco was indicated in a report to the State Department from Frontera. declaring that the mutineers had left that city. The situation along the Terns border was reported quiet. Both Carranza and Villa have protested their innocence of any connection with the border raids. laying the blame on outlaws operating from both sides of the Rio Grande. The Carranza agency last night made public a dispatch from the- Constitution alist Cousul at Del Rio. Texas, confirm Ing the evacuation of Las Vacas, of Villa Acuna, by Vllllsta forces. The telegram says that Indio Felix with about fiO Yaqul Indians, which com prised the Villa garrison there, evacuated Monday night and started towards OJtnaga, Chihuahua. CORSETS AN AID TO HEALTH, U. S. FINDS Investigator Says Women Garment Workers Assume Better Postures On Acount of Them. The modern corset Is not the Instru ment of torturo and health wrecker it has been pictured by physicians and others, says the Cnltcd States Henltlt Service In Its report on conditions In the garment workers' industry In New York. That corsets had prevented the women from sufferlnfc many of the ill effects - bad positions assumed by garment woik ers at their tasks was one of the c - elusions drawn by Surgeon J. V. Schereschewsky, who wrote the report. "While the postural habits of fe males were not studied so carefully as those of males." the report declares, "still it was evident that defective pos tures were not so frequent among: them. The modern corset appears to be a decided aid in preventing- very bad postures. "Inasmuch as until very recently the prevailing- styles and the type of corset used are not becoming unless the pos ture assumed by the wearer be more or less correct, we have In females a pow erful Incentive to good postures which Is not operative for males. Besides this. In females their average age was so low that, as a rule, the normal tendency of human beings to 'slump' when ha bitually sedentery, had not as yet time to overcome the operation of other In fluences which In females tend to make for a good posture." EPIDEMIC AMONG TEUTONS? If r nee Thour Eniplrm Sound Ont Peace Idea, Sajm Koine. Rome, Sept. 7. The reason why the Austro-Germans. despite their suc cesses In the eastern theater of war, are now putting out feelers for pea Is siiKKestfd by the Impossibility of further hiding the truth, now officially announced, that cholera and typhoid are raging- in the central empires. The epidemics assumed alarming proportions during- the List twenty days, 7,427 cases of cholera having been reported In Austria, 3,2n.". of which were fatal. Cholera Is wide spread In Gallcla and It Is reported also that Trieste, Carlnthla. and Car nlola are suspected In Hungary. Typhus cases numbering 1,1S." have been reported In t'pper and Iower Aus tria between July 4 and Auprust 14. Kvery effort has been made to hide the prevalence of the epidemics, especially In Germany, where, it Is said, the mortality Is truly alarm. tip. Dust is everywhere, but the worst kind of dust Is that which Is confined within the four walls of a room. The dust I always germ-Hden, because it is infested with effete matter thrown off by human bodies. After trying the others Honest now isn't RIDGWAYS the best of them all and the most refreshing If you have not tried it wefU gladly send you a sample bag all ready for your teapot of our famous "Silver Label" Five O'Clock Tea s Ut.l3rWM9t Near Ye Or MM M mi ULIUSlANSBURGHj ,as I URGE I (i WHA T WE SAY IT IS, IT IS" ORDERS TO ARMY AND NAVY ARMY 0RDEBS. Kirn I-iPtU. Harry L. Iii Mrriirt! Ilevrr 'ti. 1 onlfreil t"ctie duty and !ll jrocrel j tn Tort Tm. X, V. rapt. Frank I. (Jralnm, (. S. A., retired , iiron J Iiis on i rlifatimi U rlrtaill a rmferanr tX j mflltary fdeiice anil tactics at Fork Union M'!i- ! tat A'fJem, KurU lnirn. Va. ' Lrate r.f aleencf f.r wo monlh. to tak flTrct I itin hi arrival in tht- t'nitrd States Is RTantnl J l irt i.ift:i. iiarry . fiu. mianiry. f-art if arppcp fur t month, tn take ffftct tilin hi ftirttal in tin I'nitrd State?, is eranJ (I Francn II Fnnch, infantry Tart. Ira L. HrPTM. t. S. A., retimi. Is e- 1ktM fron fluty at the Unlrra o( Vtrmmt, IinrIir,(ttoi., t. i'apt. Ira I. IXrtm, V. S. A , rrtirM. i df tailwt fcr dfity with th Owanlred Militia of Vrnnut. lth htatifn at Burhccton. Vt. First I.imt. Charles J. Taylor. Co-jm of fn nnpfr. is r-lifTtrd from duty with the Third l!attal1rn of Kncintrs and from dtitr in 'he rinhrpm iViartment, and will iTOceU tn Manila, j I'hitipi Ine Islands, to Hawaii, and rtmrt '"r I (.ui) aa autstanl to tlie cnclnfer oi tnat fltprt went. Paragraph 13, Special Orderii, f No. 13T, Jtin 5, relating to P.rt IJet Howard S. Ilvnnicn. Oorpa erf Kniineers, Li rtroked. Maj. Ixnii T. He. Medical Corps, will irorcei from thli city to naltimnre, Md on Septemher 10. to mpxt a newlj-orsanized ambulance x.ia Iny. First Lieut William F. Sharp. Fild Artillerr, inspector instructor, mill proceed to Fort SUI, Okla , and reiort for aerrice tarffet practice. First I.iviit. Iaac R, Martin, Eidih TaTalry, will reirt t Fort Kiley. Kans.. and report for duty at the Mounted Sen ice Scltnnl, rehering apt. John A. Dean, Twelfth ('atalry, nho wU ;uin hi regiment. The ft'llnuiDR named officer of the Medical Crrra of the Orranbed Militia of Ceorzia are authorized bv tlie l'reideDt to attend a entitle of instrnciiJfi at the Army Medical School in thw city MaJ A. i Fort, First Went J. C. I'attcrvm, and Kirt Ueut. C F. Ilolton. First Meut. John II, I'irie. Coant Artillery Corp. i reliered lron duty on the utafl of th com inandins officer. Coast Defense f I!oston, to take effect Ocular 23. and will report to the coast Iltfcue ommander U aufgnment to a inmrinr IcaTe of alwnce for ten day, to take ft"ect i a Rut Settemler 6, is rranted Cliaplain fleorse J. j wan nc. tieentn uarairy. Tli leaie of alwnce nanted First IJeuU Ilmee I.. Itiircli. Fourteenth Caralry, is exfended three nwntht Leare of alsence for two months and fifteen dayi, to take elTet aUwt ctnbtT CO. ii granted ecimd f i.ieut- iiiomas ' M, un.titnt. urtli l lew Ar tillery. Ijt. Oliphant will leate San FVfcn- THIEVES STEAL DOPE FROM DENTAL OFFICE Numerous Thefts Reported to the Po lice Include Electric Hair Drer. The dental offices of Dr. William F. Buckingham. 320 F street northwest, were broken into and several bottles of drugs, including three vials of co caine and morphine, were stolen, the dentist reported to the police yester day. A valuation of SJ was placed upon the stolen articles. The office of the McKee Surgical Instrument Company at 917 I! street northw est. was broken into Monday night and an electric hair dryer stolen. The Instrument was abandoned by the thieves in a nearby alley and re covered later by the owners. Mrs. Harry Kite, 16 Melrose street. Chevy Chase, Md.. reported the theft of a sweater and toilet case from her auto at Thirteenth and F streets northwest. J. Schlosberg & Bros., 732 Seventh street northwest, were robbed of clothing when a showcase in front of the store was broken open Monday night. Walter Knack, 1105 Thirteenth street northwest, reported the theft of a stickpin. John W. Truman. 520 Four-nnd-a-Half street southwest, reported the theft of several rarors and money from his desk. Moses Slnsheimcr, 4K5 Pennsylvania avenue northwest, told of the theft of a set of bugsy harness. A bicycle was stolen during the day from James Kendall, of 1SH Eighth street northwest. A vacant house at 150J Seventh street northwest was entered and robbed of gas and plumbing fixtures. Charles Dickens' writing was very minute, and his habit of writing with blue Ink on blue paper with frequent In terlineations and crnssilnes, made his copy a burden alike to compositor and proofreader. 'fdgwqyslea SAFE.TCA FUST" mi Ah. A Sample of the Hundreds of Values IN OUR 36th Annual September Sale Dalsty Adam Dressers or Chiffoniers In Mahoganv or Circassian Walnut, $18.00 Up Toiled Tables Can Be Had to Match. ' Sift dci nivl frUKNl; UKE AF cico. Cah, about January 5, instead of about October 3. ( CH. J nlm K. II. Waring. Medial ooh. will rrocved to tl'e Walter Heed Oencral Ho-iUi. 1 l. and report for cbserration and treatment. I-ate cf ab4ice for fiftreii days op turi;'i4i s ceitificate of dhaHtily I granted C Jo-pi: s. Cecil, Kijhtcerth Infantrr ' Flrrt Lieut William V. Carter Rei-nth Canlry, on leate .f absence and under nrders to tr- d to the l'MltiHre Wambi atuMit October S, will re- Irt to the rommandme rffierr. Fifteenth Car- airy, at Han Irandwo, for temorary duty wita that reziment Uunnfi it ioa:e t ilanila. Ptiil p- I pine Ixlaiuls. ' The follouins chaiifrt m the stations and dun f f officers of the tjuattermiter otiw are i j dered ilaj. I'ercv Willie Mill ini-ecd t Text , City. Tex , and report tn tlie comma inline he era I, econd IMtiwon, relietint; Capt Oeorsf 1 Thorre. Cait. Tliome will rTocerd t l-rt lliiArhnca, Ari7.. ami reirt for duty a quarter mater. rehefinK Cajt. I'atnrk W (ftiioer t'a t fitiirev will proceed to 2 I'aso, Tex., and rep t for duty. The follow iug t"motirt 4 officers if the in fantry arm are announced William E. Perw . frnn Wrst lu-utenant, KIeenth Infantry, to i. r. aieentu lnlantr ; Leonard II IMennan. from tecrnd lieutenant. Fourth Infantry, to first liu tena.nl Fourth Infantry, Tli- name rf Cai-t. ISeonce V H. Ifoivley. Hr-t Caalrj. I rld on the Iit of officers detached J from their projer nunmauda. to take effict Oct oh r 8, and the tum of Cam. Henry C Smither, i-n-eral Staff, U rt rooted therefrom, to take effect October 5. NAVAL ORDERS, MOVEMENTS OI VESSEL1?. Oforeia. Xr!raka and Xrw Jiraer arnifd Hamp ton I'oa.Ia Sfitrmlr 3: Chattanooga, armr-1 lj fat Sritnnlvr 5; Itateieh. arrivrd Ij Taz Sertnn lr S. .MaiirtU. Milwi for Jemnlp. Haiti, Srp twnber 4: i;iiicwtr. vailni fur rv.'tl ...-, Se4rmbrr t. ll,l,i. wilrf for Annapnlii S4cm- I !" . .nnai-nN inc.nl Mare Inland Srptrrobet 1. 1 Kolphin. arntni Ninth Itmr. Nw Vork t itj. Si-f - .-....j, .iv.. ivi i auciiuirr, iiaM.. ' hortfmber i. South Datota. aallfd tvr San Fran- I fi Spt.mlr S; I'nnrrton. arrirft: Honnluln ' 1 trailer 5. Xnt Ytt. WjDmlnlr. I'taL. Jlirh-san. ' Sith I'arclma -nd Flurida arriird llamtton Itna.U pttmlxT , nirmirctiam. imtr.1 Cli,-,v.ike iUs utembfr 5; Marjlaml. arritrd han Krancisro ." trmtitT 6 oi:ikrs to orncEns. Lifut roromandrr !. J. Mryrn. to Xatal Acadrmy, Annapolis. Md Lieut W A. S-mnd. to Orfgro. Lirnt IJ'ininr aradr) I. It ltrarr. to Xaal Arademr. Annanolii. Md. rjurmnn Allan Stuart, to b-mr ami wait tiTdm. Suriwn r. M. Oman, to tioinr and wait orders. .Surs"n A. W. Ihinhar. to Wjomirlt NO EXTRA SESSION OF CONGRESS, SAYS LEADER Simmons Believes Only Foreign Rela tions Would Bring Body Together i Before Next December. Senator F. M. Simmons, of Xorth Caro lina, chairman of the rinance Committee of the Senate and leader of his partv. predicted yesterday that there would be no extra session of Congress or of either house for any purpose, unless some unex pected complication should arise In con nection with foreign rclationsT" ' "It Is my opinion that there will be, no extra session of the Senate either to ratify treaties or to pass a cloture rule." said the Senator. "I know of no im portant treaties that require an extra1 session and the cloture matter may as' well wait on the meeting of the regular, session in December." I Senator Simmons declined to discuss the question of national defense at this time. He intimated that there had lieen no policy formulated, and he also begged to be excued from discussing the mat ter of revenue legislation at this time. Cuba Sugar Crop, $65,000,000. New York. Sept. T. William K. Gonzales, American Minister to Cuba, who arrived here today from Havana, says Cuba is In excellent financial condition owing to high prices hrought by the island's sugar crop, revenue from which was $6,",000,nno more than last year. SfURATED MAGNESIA For sour acid stomachs, gas and fer mentation of food. A teaspoonful In a fourth of a glass of hut water usually gives INSTANT RELIEF. Sold by all druggists in either powder or ublct form at j0 cents per bottle. . Our Cut Glass Sale Starts This Morning at 8: 15 Exceptional Bargain val ues in hundreds of pieces of Cut Glass. Early selections will secure the greatest bargains. "DaSnMMarimQx 1215 F St. &n 1214-18 G St Hotel Lenox Boylitom and Exeter Streets BOSTON, MASS. One Block from Copley Square and Public Library Luxury and Economy All Outride Rooms Excellent Calilat Siaj). Rmcu. $2.00 : ha Batk, $2.50 ui ap, DaaUa Ihu, J2.50; wita Batk, $3.t0 aaa aa. Two minutes walk front Back Bay alattoa, N.YN.H.&H.R.R.and B.&A.R.R. Convenient to Shopping and Theatre District l C PRIOR, Manajer -HOTEL- Marie Antoinette Broadway, 66th and 67th Stu, New York City. SITUATED in tlie meat eontenimt location la town. Midtrn in entry detail, abaolutelr fira pnof, ritlilo trn minutna of the leadins dexmrt inect atorra. abor aod theaters. Couiemest u rennyjlTania and Urand Central Depots. Siilmny Sta, th nnd Otk Area. Kletntel Stations at door. All Stla r HiiM.rM and llruarinay Snrfaca Cnrx directly In front of Hotel. Rooms, with Running Water, $1.50 Per Day Upward. Rooms, with Bath, 520 Per Day Upward. Suites, $4.00 Per Day Upward. Itrntnurant of Vnuaual Irlxcrlleiire II. Stanley (areen. Mnnaelos Director Philadelphia r -it ?j.a Theatres. Railroad S tatlnns, points of Interest. S In the Center of Everything Re-modeled Re-decorated Re furnished. European plan. Every convenience. nmt. oltheut latti II.H nat, with tats S2.M Hot and cold rnnnlna; water In all rooms. We are especially equipped for Contentions. Write for full detalla. WALTON HOTEL CO. Leaas Lslaa. f ruaaW-Haaataa tA WAY VsCTeZ Conqamd all m. rawau M. sjmvj Writs far Praet Br lr. Chase's ispetial Wood and Nsrra Taalsts. Dr. Chase. 2IN. Tenth Street. Philadelphia. Pa. DilAn BO-SAN-KO'S PILE REMEDT r I ' Oives instant relist In itchins. swi Bleeding or I'rotrudins; Plies. 60e. The Dr. Boeaako Co, PUladclpaia. Pss, EXCUBSI0NS. NEW YORK and BOSTON BY SEA The Most Pleasaat Route to aQ Eastern aad New EagUad Resorts Afl Water from Washiagtoa Literature at 7X1 1.1th Street X. W. Phoae Halae 1520. NORFOLK & WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT CO. Collision Hurts Dr. Trimble. Dr. S. Trimble, 722 Eighteenth street northwest, was Injured slightly on his hands yesterday when a horse dtiren by H. F. Jenkins, employed by the Corbr Baking Company, collided with his au tomobile at Sixteenth and 8wann streets. Dr. Trimble -was accompanied by two , tn .- fru.kl. .., aaaaaanaW.4 HuPVPIivSh Broad A Loeuat n JsVT31iiaEOIL di.7 r-ii- s CMHOTnaixa afiiiaaviaviiia x ,Pl isaadtt r -it ?..A s SI Ei II BeU-5th Ate. & Broadway II n 300 Rooms, Each with Bath, r JJ $2.00 to $3.50 Per Dai. U II Fireproof Modern Central I II Kcals: TaUe dUota ana a la Carte I II We pay taileab senlce from I II flran.l Central or IVnn. Stations. I aaugniers. -uias Lraromf iiiiuuis auw ym Miss EUiaDcw -rnmoie, wno were unin jured. - V a . V&, . i, ' !. :1v35;i--J.-3A.