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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1915.
S55-??SS-fS5S!tifyr '-?' - -tt-itSv ivcy wn,- ,n''''-jr sfpe1 " "-"
The Weather and the Opportunity
They are both here. The need for the heavier weights and the closing oat of the Perkins Shop ire
yon the most unusual opportunity. As yon know, the prices have been tumbled down to mere fractions
because it isn't a question of money now but of getting rid of this stock, and winding up this business, just
as quickly as possible.
W. C. ALEXANDER, Trustee.
Suits Overcoats Top Coats
The models and patterns are just what will appeal to you because they are pioductions of the cleverest
tailors in the craft.
Suits and Overcoats
That Sold t11 7C That Sold M Q 7C
Up to $25.. $!' O Upto$40..MlO
$20 and $25 Scotch
Balmacaans
$3 Soft and Stiff Hats.
$4 and $5 Soft and Stiff
Hats
$1.50 Street and Dress
Gloves
$2 and $3 Street and
Dress Gloves
$5 to $12 silk shirts
$1.50 and $2 Negliee
Shirts
$2.50 and $3 Negligee
Shirts
50c and 75c Silk Cravats
4
$2.50 Pajamas.
(ScAt
Prize Winners in Show Window
Contest Announced by Judges
(Falling Balloons Drop Purchasing Checks to Persons in
Streets Shop Windows Blaze with GorgeousDisplays.
Judges Plan Award of Prizes.
Tl in i oi i jns f.i elaborate -hou
I'tlmlun ihp' iv In . jnneetiun with tin
frill hiiMn. iii'i'il-'n of the Iti-t ill .Moi-
ihntit -miii !n m , t- iinnouniiMl 1 iti'
lluDt nlstii -is i lhm l-'irst pi i7t. 1'aldN
1 1 toj I om! Globi-Wernicke Com
l im i ii 1 I i: Cunningham A. Co
lltiilx'ii Imtii, n!i .V rim ill Pomisl-
iiit.t .tinu u.i .nviidid tho ..ptiiil
up .ffcr.l li tin n-lun;tun Shiw Ke
lt ilhrs &4u i ition
M lutk 1tv limit tin- More In
yr in hi ilouiiiiiviii section bluztd
fo th fn I ilioi itt li-iili. marking the
rcoul fi-nturi of tho mil liutlni; cain-
iwlsn niniiRUiuttd In the lU'tnll Mer-
hunt Abfoiiatiou rlerrl.i I rettl on
h i st of pnzts the merchants dieyaeU
him! iiuhttil thtir windows as novel he-
fore 11 an effort to surass -irh other
In mils; s llie :tdvt rtisuiK managers
f iht four Jnil papers, inspected th'
"'"'"Hs rter!a ufternooii and airaiu
I last Uht The judges ueie Tiolaud
I' l -. of The Herald I.ero W Ilerron
li ir Mar. Italph (JoIiNmith. the Post, and
I J It Hamilton, the Tlmc
In addition to thiee iler lovinp cups
fiend h) the Hetalt Meixhants' Associa-
H(m the Washington Shoe Itt Lillet s Av
"lailon has offered a fourth cup for the
I mi yhoo store dlspla The tompti.1-
Hon wan not confined to the larse depart
ment Hloreh Hardware establishments
mjvted with haberdashers and jewcleis
M 9 o'clock sterda mornlns a signil
l4 nt out fiom the otHc-es of the Ite-
llall lerchnnta Association and the cam-
1855 FREE GIFT SOUVENIRS FREE 1915
TOPHAM'S
60th Anniversary Sale
Fine Leather Goods, Bags,
Suit Cases, Trunks.
Last Week of Sale
Buy this week and reap the benefits of the exceptionally at
tractive reduced price on Trunks. Suit Cases, Handbags, Leather,
Metal and Ivorv Xovclties, as well as travelers' needs in general.
G. A. R. Souvenir Purses
All leather faied with Red, White, and Blue Leathers, stamped FA
in gold. Holds $9 in silver and car tickets...., OUC
(i. A. It. THINKS. I
All flber-covered. bound and rlv-1
eted: mnde tinder p?cltiestIoi:n i
drawn "J" mo v. s. vvar fj sj
Department. Only . . Vu,ow
TOPHAM'S
TO Olin PATnos During our GOth Anniversary Sale Imported Ivory
Funs for the ladles. Pigskin Key Pouches for the men Ask for them.
1855 FREE GIFT SOUVENIRS FREE 1915
Suits and
(in $5 to $20 Raincoats, T P
. P 1 U the Waterproof Kind V2 T HCC
$1.95
$3 and $3.50 Pajamas &L )0
$2.45
15c Handkerchiefs 3 fOY 25c
25c Handkerchiefs 2 foY 25c
$1 and $1.50 Silk Hose 55c
MBMMHMIHSiiMSIiMMMHSiSiHSMI
50c and 75c Silk Hose QC
3for$l ODC
25c and 35c Lisle Hose 1 Q
$2 and $2.50 Silk Cravats 95c
$1 and $1.50 Silk Cravats 55c
95c
$1.35
i2 Price
85c
$1.35
OQ,
for $1 faOC
$1.35
25c English Collars Q TOY 60c
imcn was launched b releasing hundreds
of balloon, from rooftops in the busi
ness victlnn The balloons contained
checks good for different amounts on
purchases at certain stores
As the balloons neared the ground pe
destiians tcrambhd for them. Fremicnt-
1 two or more ptrsons would Ret their
hands on one Inlloon. causing it to burst
with a "hmi!" Then the scrambled
strain im the prize that would fall out.
Tht slijs ;itii In the balloons are good
onlv until October 2.
The camiMin was ushered in like the
new ear In the engineers at the large
stores and at Iumb r mills and machine
hojs. who opined wide the ales on
thin whistles Mam merchants kept
iheir show windows covered for seeral
dass. uneihng them as the whistles
shrieked.
The wcathir was idral for the eent.
th' wind being Just strong mbugh to
tcatter the balloons oter the entire busl
in s si rutin At noon the judges of the
window diiplas met with Charles J.
Columbus sicictarj of the Retail Mer
chants' Association, at the Raleigh Hotel.
Luncheon was served and they outlined
tin conditions on which the winners of
the window- competition would he de
cided The bniiil of governors of the Retail
Merchants' Association last niKht elected
nine films and Individuals to member
ship President R P. Andrews was directed
to name a committee to inquire Into the
;. A.
Black:
It. TRAVELING DAGS.
cowniae grain leather:
leather lined: Inside pockets.
Bet
iv.tiue wc ever
I offered
. $7.50
"We Repair All Leather Goods."
1219 F Street N. W.
Overcoats
F at Fourteenth
ramifications of the coupon evil and to
report Its findings and recommendations
Ither at the next quarterly meeting of
the association, which will be called in
a downtown hotel, or at a special meet
ing of the board of governors.
attention was called to the fact that
tojpons are In the same categorj with
trading stamps, the use of which Is un
lawful In the District, and it was the
conviction of the governors present at
last night's meeting that vigorous steps
should be taken to test the legality of
coupons as handled by certain tvpe's of
chain stoies
The Retail Merchants' Association also
decided to test the povven, of the Vat,h
mston lighting companies to engage in
the sab of appliances The association
has been informed that the local light
ing companies have not only exceeded
th( power- vested In them by their char
ters, but that in the sale of appliances
iiave so cut the price even below cost
as to make even ordinary competition im
possible Secretary Charles J. Columbus
was directed to address a letter to the
companies m the matter.
The following we-e elected to membership-
Rose Fur and Milliner) Company.
1113 r street: Record Auto Supplv and
Service Companj. 631 Massachusetts ave
nue Semmes Motor Companj, GJS Pnn
svlvanii avenue southeast; Abramson's
Department Store. Seventh and L streets
northwest: tVnshlnftnn niii!.nn.A i
.... uuiiiiuviii; Ulju
Annapolis Electric Railroad Company.
""" "uiiuing: j-Tcedman, 618 K street
northwest. Louis Jacobs. 413 Eleventh
street northwest, and Karl r. Rrodt, 419
Eleventh street northwest.
Justice Job Barnard, retired member
of the District Supreme Court, is to
march in the parade tomorrow. He was
a member of Company K. Seventy-third
',,UIJI" voiunieers cnarles II. Doing,
Crier Of the COUrt. also waa n mnn.h.
of this companj, and will march aide by
Biuu wun justice warnard.
UNION GARAGE
623 G Street Northwest
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President Receives Commander
Of Grand Army at White House
Veterans Invest National Capital for Forty-ninth Annual
Encampment Five Thousand Aged Fighters Are
Officially Registered at Camp Emery.
n RALPH W. BE.NTO.N.
The Grand Army of the Republic has
invested the National Capital. Thousands
of veterans from all sections of the
country have mobilized hero for the forty-ninth
annual encampment of the or
ganization, the official festivities of which
were commenced yesterdaj' morning.
The city is all astir with enthusiasm
and patriotic feeling. Union Station Is
thronged with the incomlns armv of
voterans and other visitors. The high
tide of this influx was reached yesterdaj-.
although the crowds will continue to
pour into the city.
Pennsylvania avenue ana tne oiner
thoroughfares of the downtown Bection
lAatflnlac nra ernwded With aged men
In uniforms. Camp Matthew G. Emery,
headquarters of the organization, was
thronged by thousands. The spirit was
that nf flftv venra afro: that of the davs
of the Grand Review, when the victori
ous Union troops nssemDlea ncre to pass
in stately procession before the President
of tho united nation.
T-ith ttift nrmv nf veterans fast as
sembling, the encampment by tonight
will be In full swing. It was a big
day yesterday at the registration ta
reau at Camp Enter-, more than 3,000
veterans enrolling. A similar enroll
ment Is expected todaj-. The total reg
istration to date is nearlj 3.000.
A force of 100 persons was employed
in the work of registration, which was
under the direction of Dr. Johnson and
Dr. X. A. Strait. This force was com
posed oda detail of clerks from the Pen
sion Office, under the direction of
George L. Clavton. chief of the record
division, and of a detail of more than
sixty high school students.
The special trains jestcrdaj- were prin-xinolK-
from Iowa. Indiana. Illinois. New
Jersey. New York and Pennsylvania.
The arrival of Lieut. Col. David J. Pal
mer, commander-in-chief of the G. A. R ,
and his staff early yesterday morning on
,. "reit whit ami blue special." was
followed bv the opening of staff head
qaurters at the Raleight. Commander-in-
Chief Palmer and his stan last nigm were
VETERANS ENTERTAINED
BY PENSION OFFICIALS
Judiciary Square Building Lavishly
Decorated in Honor of
G. A. R.
Commissioner of Pensions Gajlord M.
Saltzgaber, Deputy Commissioner of Pen
sions E. C. Ticman and emplojes In the
Pension Bureau have made elaborate prep
arations to ntertaln and nnrart infor
mation to the veterans and their friends
during the encampment. The Pension Bu
reau is located in Judlciarv squat e. the
site of Judiclarj- Hospital during the
civil war. at Fifth and G streets, and is
open all daj
The magnificant court of the building
has been lavishlv decorated, and on the
main floor the commissioner and oftieers
of the Bureau maj- be found at all
times to extend a welcome to visltois.
and a large force of emplojct. have been
speclallj detailed to give information to
the veterans and their widows concern
ing their individual pension claims whiih
are pending or for some cause have been
acted upon adversely-. A toidial vvele-onie
awaits all visitors and everj- conven
ience for their comfort has been pio
vlded. Including a hospital, with phjsi
cians and trained nurses in attendance,
to render aid if necessarj.
Yesterdaj- thousands were entertain
ed for two hours bv- a concert bv the
United States Marine Band in the court
of the building. This probablv vvn.s the
only opportunity for the army of visitors
to hear this famous band in concert
A beautiful souvenir has been prepar
ed for free distribution to the veterans.
This contains photographs of the oflicers
of the Bureau, Information j-howin.; how-
Its work is divided among the different
divisions, and much other inform ition In
teresting to the soldiers and their de
scendants. BULGARIA'3 TONE MILD.
Pledge Sloblltzntlon "Will Nn In
Jure lntcreatH of Runftln.
Petrograd. Sept. 27 M. Madjarlovv. the
Bulgarian minister to Russia, has assuied
Foreign Minister Sazonoff that the mobi
lization of the Bulgarian army is not
Intended for an offensive movement that
will menace Russian interests in the Bal
kans. The pledge of the Bulgarian minister
Is most significant In view of the fatt
that Russia entered the war In defense of
Serbia.
received at the White House by Presi
dent Wilson.
The program for today is a varied one
and is indicative of the fact that the en
campment is well under w-aj'. The prin-.
cipal event will be the citizens' reception
and semi-ofllcial m"eting of the G. A. R.
to be heid at 7:30 o'clock tonight In the
big hall of the Union at Camp Enerj.
President Wilson will deliver an address.
Seating arrangements have been mde to
accommodate more than 5.000 persons. Ad
mission will be by card only.
There will be thice ticket doors and the
entrance on Fiist stieet will be opened
at 6.30 o'clock. Door 1 will admit red
tickets unlj. Dooi 2 will admit white
tickets onlv. Door 3 will be fof blue tick
ets. Onlj- holders of these tickets will be
admitted. The remainder of Camp Em
erj will be closed at 6 o'clock..
William F. Gude. chairman of the
citizens' committee, will preside. Ad
dresses will be delivered by the presi
dents of the vniioUi patriotic organiza
tions now in session here and bj- Dis
trict Commissioner Oliver P. Newman,
Commander-in-Chief Dav'td J. Palmer.
Col. John McElroj, acting commander of
the Department of the Potomac and oth
ers Ihe principal event this morning will
be the icunlon of the Sixth Armj" Corps
at Fort Stevens. The exercises will be
brief and simple. John M. Kline, chair
man of the reunion committee of the
Sixth Corps, win give a brief address of
welcome, after which an address will
b delivered bv Col. William J. Wray,
president of tho Socieety of the Sixth
Corps A lloral Greek cross then will be
placed on the bowlder which marks the
spot where President .Lincoln stood. Dr.
Georse T. Stevens, who saw President
Lincoln on the spot, also will speak.
At - o'clock this afternoon veterans of
the Sixth Corps will visit the grave of
Maj Gen Horatio G. Wright, commander
of the coips. at Arlington National Cem
eterj. A tloial piece will be placed onthe
Clave bv Mrs. Rosa Wtight Smith, a
daughter of Gen Wright.
Camp Emery formally was opened jes
terdav morning with impressive exercises
The Hug over the structure was unfurled
bv Miss Ruth Emery Laird and Miss
Hazel Van Zandt Cox. granddaughters
of C.apt. Matthew G. Emcrj, in whose
honor the camp was named. William
Van Zant Cox presented the building to
the citizens' executive committee on be
half of the Emery estate for use as head
quarters of the encampment.
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French-EnrlUh
Hoarding and Da) Sihooi for Girls
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national University
school of law
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Standird courses, leading to degrees
of .Master and Bachelor of Laws.
The undergraduate cotirne mar he,
completed and the degree of Bachelor
nf Lana are-tired at end of aecond year.
For catalogue, application blanks,
etc.. nddiess the Dean, at the Admlnls-'
tntlon Office. Southern Building
Phone Main fiCl". or after September 10
at National I.avv School Building. 816-
blS :3th st. nw.
SAINT ALBANS
The National Cathedral School
FOR BGYS.
Iteupens hrptemlier 21. 1015.
ruti'AitvnoN tou collei.i:, ihisixess.
WEST l'OI.Vr AM) V-NXAt'OLIS.
Tilt: HI'iUKl' 01' WASHINGTON.
Pieiiint of the IViaid of Trustees.
Fcr (aUli-ic and other information ad'Ircfi
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Interested parties are cordially In
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Take Chcv Chase car at corner of 13th
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Tbe Ci!op 'I Washington. President of the
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Street can rM the rate. School coach leare
Duint Circle at 820 m. and retrrma at sa)
p. in CatLedral CIo- of 40 acres afford! amile
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ST. AGNES' SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
.KI'ISCOrAI. CHUKCU)
BOAUDIM", AMI HAY PUl'lLS.
MODEP.ATE TEI11IS.
SEMI HJtt CATALOGUE.
joit o sTBiarr. teu waT hm.
COURSES
Earoll How. SHifiitF. Pree
KATinVAL, RADIO SCHOflU
14tU
and V ta. N. AV. I'aoae . aiaa.
THE MILTON SCHOOL
W. W. Cor. lUh and T. Ate. .Pbont M. (Ma,
iaoBTHAHD. TXPswunMG. wousa.
AGED NURSES OF WAR
REVERED BY VETERANS
CONTINUED FROM rAfiE ONE.
ed Into a hospital, where she nursed, and
In nearby churches, filled with the
wounded. '
The members of the organization are
treated lavishly by the veterans. Some
times a member makes a long trip across
the country to see a "boy" on his death
bed.
The word "boy" is treasured by those
for whom it is meant. The others of tho
army are just "comrades." Probably
the comrade never knew his nurse, or
lost her after the war.
Those who were seen jesterday stop
ped laughing when asked about the Eu
ropean war. A long silence would fol
low the question and the answer would
bo "butchery." They declared they
dared not read the papers, for they
harked back tho terrible scenes of battle,
which they "want to forget."
The association will have a place of
prominence In the President's court of
honor during the review tomorrow. It
Is probable they will elect officers to
morrow afternoon.
NAVAL SPECTACLE IS
WATCHED BY THOUSANDS
A naval touch to the Grand Army
Encampment was added j-esterday
when a string of war vessels steam
ed into Georgetown channel and drop
ped anchor off the shore of Potomac
Park. Thousands were attracted to
the water front during the afternoon,
a score of launches darting over the
river at full speed to accommodate
the sightseers who would board the
battleships.
Probablj- the most awesome or tne
vessels was the mine-lajer Dubuque,
which, in its coat of war-gray paint,
stood out in grim contrast to its three
white companion ships. A slight haze
one the water rather augmented the
lmagerj-, and when a seaman appear
er against the skvline to wigwag from
the Dubuque, a thrill ran through the
crowd.-
The first vessel in the line, from the
Highway Bridge, was the Sylph:
standing near was the Mayflower, then
the Dubuque and the fast dispatch
boat Dolphin. At the far end of the
channel and hugging the shore were
the three torpedo boats Barney, Bid-
die, and Ballej'. The destroyers Terrj-.
Sterrett, Walke, Monoehan. and Per
kins, absent from the line yesterday,
will be on dlsplaj- todaj'.
That Col. William R. Drew, the second
In command of the Second District of Co
lumbia Volunteer Infantrj-, Is present at
thht encampment probahlj- is due to the
fact that he carried a diary in which to
jot down his war-time experiences This
diarv saved his life at Antletam, when
a rebel bullet, flj-ing straight for his
heart, lodged in its pages.
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Dramatic Art.
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES,
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Thirt-third Year Begins September 27.
THOS. W. SIDWEIX. A. M., Principal
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NEW .MANAGEMENT FOR AECADE.
Roal Artillery Bamt Oar of the
ew Kratarrl.
The Arcade Auditorium, Park road and
Fourteenth street northwest, will open
Saturdaj under new managemnt. The
floor will be devoted to skating in the
afternoons, beginning at 3.30 o'clock. In
the evenings the floor will be used ex-clusiveij-
for dancing, beginning at S
o'clock. One of the new features of
fered will be th. Rojai Artillery Hand
of forty piece- under direction of Signor
Orlunno. famr. is as a trombone soloist.
The band has just ended a season at
Young's Millionaire-Dollar Pier, Atlantic
Citj. It is announced that band concerts
will be given everj- Suntlij- afternoon,
beginning at 3 o'clock and on Sundaj
evenlngs, beginning at S o'clock.
Col. John M. Snj-der. commander of the
Department of the Illinois, anel Maj.
Robert Mann Woods, past department
commander, the two survivors of the
party who organized the Grand Armv
both are here for the encampment.
Emerson Institute
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Affiliated With tbe Ldin Celrrrrltlra,
CI a awe Are .oh Furmlns
Eix tlntuiu deixUttcn. oner tiu$ following
couibca:
CUL.La.GU DEPAimiEXT-PrtpaHs for all col-
lefta and professional achoola.
GO.LKNHt.vr ACADtOflhS-PrcFares for VTeat
IXnt. Anna poll toat OuanL
I). J. BUiVrICLb l'retatci lag CommlMloBi in
t Army, U. S. Marine Corps.
uiri.uAi.Ai! nerarn icr w u. a. uipiunaua
and Consular heimicra
LATI.VAUEUICAN DFIARTMENT-rrerar fo
Businesj and Professional Life in Latin America.
lWTfc.NT Ot FICb-Irerares for Assistant Exam
iner in 0. . Patent Office.
New tuildang. new lirhtinz and heating planta.
Ir-creased laboratory and library facilities, insure
the comfort of the student and offer ovport unities
in a manner adequaU and thoroughly :riem. Par
catalogues addresa
WIINSLOW H. RANDOLPH.
ANGUS McD. CRAWFORD.
Principals
1740 P St. N. W. Washington. D. C
Holy Cross Academy
Upton and Conn. Ave.
Open September SO. 101'.
ftddent and Dai Hchrol for Girla, STAND HD
rd HFfllVt COURSES. Voice cnltnre. riano.
htrp. Tiolin. fiaintins. elocution, doraeatlc science,
thjilcal outdo, r wrcrts
fclblms OF HOLT CItOSS.
WOOD'S
SCHOOL
311 Eot Cop. St.
All commercial
branches. 31st ear
Six Month'
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GEORGETOWN
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The Law School
I.nw School Will Iteopen Monday.
Octolier FOUHTIC, 11115, at l30 I. M.
Serretary'a offlre open dally from 9
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consultation.
HUGH J. FECAV. Secretary.
Georgetown Law School Bulldlns.
Cth and E Sta. X. W. Tel. 31. 7293.
The Hearson School
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