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ljv;r. 't' - s THE WASHENGTON HEfi'ALD." MONDAY, "OCTOBER" 4, 191o. 14 i O.licial Weather Report Fair. The Man's Store Money's Worth or Money Back $ 15 .15 D. J. Kaufman INCORPORATED.) 1005-1007 Pennsylvania Ave. purel "personal William Handlboe. clerk in the ensineer record office ot the District Building, will leave in a few das on vacation, lie will be gone three weeks. W. I.. Draper, assistant engineer of liiidgos. li.u lesuned from the District rv ice to a cept .1 position at the Iu I'ont Powder Works. Du Pont City, .i II A Havens, of the State Depart in nt. has leturned to his desk after ictaion of five weeks spent near the riukok.i likts, Canada Di W. Cli.imbeilain, engineer of tests n the Bureau of En,rravln;r and Prlnt- i. has ctur.ied to dutj from a vacation n ti re vitKs .Irj Ri.moml V Pullman, super ntendent of police, has decided to take few wicks' vacation, having been at his desk at police headquarters every day since April 1, the day his appoint ment became effective. He intends to make an inspection of the police of New Tork and Philadelphia, while on his trip Col Eugene F. Iadd adjutant gen eral, has been transferred to the re tired list on his own application He served in the war -with Spain and is ja veteran of Indian wars. He was made colonel in 1914, and stationed at the War Department. Frank Halstead, chief of the cus toms service, is in New York. He will attend the meetings this week of cus toms collectors and customs apprais ers In New Tork Capt. Sherburne Hopkins, legal adviser of the Villa Mexican faction in Washing ton telegraphed j esterday that he has been marooned In New Orlpans bj the re cent gulf storm, railroads out of that cit belnsr tied up. Olje OowitC rier The work done by children of "vVn)i- DEAD NAN FOUND IN ALEXANDRIA; 4 HELD Body of George T. Craven. Ship 'Car penter. Shows Indications of Violence Investigation On. All theaters In Chile must have flre- I proof curtains Ington on the city playgrounds durin i the summer will be on exhibition at i the New National Museum todav. The exhibits include basketry, carpentry The October meeting of the District Christian Endeavor Union -will be held at Vermont Avenue Christian Church, this, evening at 8 p m William Knowles Cooper, general secretary, Y. M. C. A , Mrs Ada Ferguson. Dwlght Pierce and Judson L, Kline will address the meet ing . The BrooLlaml Brotherhood mil atacre its seventh annual flower, fruit and vegetable show in Lord Memorial Hall, Brookland. D. C, tomorrow and Wednesday. Valuable prizes will be awarded the owners of tho best ex hibits in the various classes. Refresh ments -will be served to defray the ex penses. The hall will be open afternoons and evenings. Alexandria. Va.. Oct 3. George T. Cra ven. 4S jcars old. a ship carpenter, who lived at 311 Wilkes street, was found dead shortly after 2 o'clock this 'morning lying beside the curbing at the northeast corner of Wolfe and Roval streets with a cut about two inches long on the right temple. The body was first discovered by Lawrence Padgett, an automobile diiver, and he notified Policemen Youns and Smith, who had it removed to the Alexandria Hospital a block away. Later it was taken to Wheatleys undertaking chapel, where a coroner's Jury, summon ed bv Dr. T. M. Jones, will assemble at S o'clock Mondav night and investigate the circumstances attending Craven's death The police "at first thought Craven had been struck by an automobile, and Chief Coods and Sergt. Scott started an In- j v Obligation, and It resulted in the arrest or four joung white men who are being detained at headquarters pending the re sult of the coroner's investigation The joung men who will testify before the coroner's Jury are Henrv Beach, 1": William Tomlin. 21: Joseph M. Monroe, jr . CS. and George Monroe. 22. It is slid thtt the wound over Craven's temp'e under ordinary conditions would not produce deith. there being no frac ture of the. skull. The following coroner's Jurv this after noon viewed the body of Craven and ad journed until 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon- F. F. Marbury. George H. Robin son. S. W. Pitts. C. A. Conndl, J. D. Brown and John G Henshaw. Craven lived at 311 Wilkes strtct. and is survived bv his wife and five children. For several vears past he had been em ploved at Dean's shipyard. The funeral arrangements have not et been com pleted. Thiee hundred members of the Holy Name Societv . of this city, expect to take part in the parade of that organization which will be held next Sunday after noon in Washington The final arrange ments were made tonight at a meeting of that organization in the Young Men's Sodalitv- Lvceum Hall. The members will be accompanied bv the Holy Name Band. of this citv. The funeral of John B. Padgett, who died Thursdav morning, took place at 10 o'clock this morning from the resi dence, 214 North Alfred street. Services I were conducted b Rev. Dr. J. W. Duffev. I pastor of the M. E. Church South and burlil was mioc with Masonic honors in Bethel Cemetery. The following were the pallbearers: Capt William Luckett, Washington: Frederick J. Paff. E E. Downham, Henrv K. Field. Thomas W. Robinson and Percy E Clift Rev. Dr. W L McDowell, presiding elder, will preside at the third quarterly conference of the Trinity M. E. Church, which will bo held at 7.30 o'clock, Thurs day night in that church. A ireet.ng of tho boaid of trustees of the Alexandria Hospital will be held nt 8 o'clock Tuesday night In the looms of the chamber of commerce when mat- j ters prelalnlng to Urn erection of the ' proposed new hospital will bo dl-cussed. j RICH CLUBMAN WEDS FORMER SHOW GIRL aas3sssmmsm:siis!rr'35.;?n v " r i N 0N - i K - V 1 i '.' i' , t s 5 ; ,- , t ' " 3 SIRS, WILLIAM yriCKPOLK. ' William Stackpole. of a prominent Cambridge, Mass. familv, member of the New York Stock Exchange and a well known clubman, has been married to Miss Florence Helen Williams, formerly a tliow girl The bride had no staqc experience when she was accepted as a member of the chorus in "The Lady of the Slipper," In which Elsie Janls and Montgomery and Stone appeared two years ago After that she continued as a chorus girl in other musical shows. Mr. Stackpole met her soon after she went on the stage, and their romance be gan with their tiist meeting. Mr." Stack pole is a Harvard grcduitc. a member of tho Metropolitan. Brook, Racquet and Tennis, and other clubs and is well known socially in New York and Boston. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stack pole, of Cambridge. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, of Cambridge. BIRTH REPORTED. VVIIITB Thomas V. tvd Klla Trejno-, mrl. JchD D. nrd Rutb Stanton, mil. IUyrnond M. and Anna M. New, boj. Gcorce and Julietta Mdlicff. cirl. J Itrrnard nd Annie E McDonald. cirL Herman C. and Ethel Jordon, cirl. Harrr L. and Clara VI Cochran, ho;. COLORED William jnd "!rah Water, lor. William I. aid Bertha Clark, pil Zark and Lout? Belfcrd. bo. LOCAL MENTION, Hoirnr.' KnlKd lrealnar SOei 3 rann Sweet Wrinkle peas, 23c; sifted E J. Peas. T'sc; E. J. peas. f.c; sugar corn. fc:.4 caiiS tuna fish. 23c: 4 cans baked brni'S, 2".c: 3 cans ispnragus. 3('c: Eagle milk, tic: 1 cnni oll'saidlncr, 10c, pure lard, 10i: lt cnamery butter, 30c: Dtar.ut butter. 10c; fat Norway mack erel. Tc and 10c: 3 loaves brend, loci 12 lbs, white m"al, 3fc: Wonder coffee, 20e: 2 Olelne soip, lnc S lbs. starch, lOe; 12 lbs. washing so.1n. Ulc: 4 lbs, linn beans, 23c: 1 lbs nnvy btnna, 25c 4 lbs. fancy head rice, 21c; Star of the Past flour. JT.'.O Mil . (I liii , 2'c 920 Pn Ave. mid nil the J. T, D. Ples aterej. HAPPYLAND THEATER Pleases Both Old and Young "OUR BANNER" 7th and L Streets Special 10-Day Gearance Sale of New and Used Standard 88-Note Player-Pianos $800 Behning $350! $650 Lagonda $400 $650 Stuyvesant. . . .$275 $650 Troubadour. . .$450 $700 Angelus $350 1 $550 Haynes. $339 Just a few of the many bargains in plajer-pianos we are offering at this time. These instruments are all ir excellent condition and may be purchased on easy terms. Free muic rolls, bench, and scarf are included with each plajer sold. n 13th and G Sts. N. W. Er SSr tflHBVli 13th and G St. N. W. WEATHEE CONDITIONS. For the Distnct of Columbia and Marrlaod. fab, warmer Monday. Tuesday fair; gentle to Moderate southerly winds. For in-icia, fair Monday, warmer in north por tion. Tue"day fair; gentle to moderate southeast to south winds. In the Ohio Valley and the Atlantic States the wtathtr will b- fair Slocday and Tuesday. It will be farmer Monday in the Middle Atlantic Statta. The wtc'a 'ions the North Atlantic coast will bo moderate i-hiftlnc. Ucunilnff aoiitheat; oa the Mid dle Atlantic tta.it moderate tost and southea.t: on the South Ulantlc cuait moderate, muetly -sjutheaat. Ut-al trmi-Tituie Vlldctcht, K: 2 a. m., 57; I a, ra., 51; ! a. in., SO; g a, m., C5; 10 a. m., C; 12 noon, M; 1 i. m , II i I p, m.. 10; 6 i m . 67; t p. m , CO; 1) n. m . 59 Hu-hsU. 12; lowest, 50. llelatl-e humidity 8 a, in , 83; S p. m . 83. IUIn tall (S iv m u 8 p, m ), 0. Hours of sunshine, 11 1; er otnt of r-l-clble stinaliine, 103, Ttmptratiue me date last jear Hijhe-t, til lone.t, 41, OTHEB TEMFEBATCBE9. lowest Highest last today, night. Asnerille. S. C 7S 49 AtlanU. Ca M 68 Atlantic City. V. J 8 Boston. Mass 5g Chicago. Ill 7 Cheyenne, Wyo 82 Denrer, Colo 62 Dulntb, Minn.... Helena, Mont Jactsenillle. I"ls Uttlc Hock, Ark Marquetle. Mich New Orleans. La New York. N. Y Omaha. ebr Itilladelphla. Pa 1'ortland. Me Salt Lake City, Utah.. St. Paul. Mmn San Frand. Cal 58 88 18 t 81 M 69 88 M 98 ( M 4 80 M a M 98 Ti 60 b: it 48 62 M 42 41 CO w P.I 88 18 60 EZ 74 41 M SO ti 71 "8 M 78 68 60 64 4 Hi n Bai-i-v. fall. aso o.cc 0.2 043 KLEIN'S Rapid Shoe Repair Co. 736 14th St. N.W, Jnat Above ew sork Ave. Branrk, 714 Mnth Street. Al Makes of Faatotu 50c Rabber Heelt 35 Cents Mei'j Sewed Seles, 50c SllkBOt. E O'SalltTaa. Oor plant la equipped with all tke meMtens Shoe Repalrtas; Jiarninerr. "WHITE OAK LEATHER naetl ezelnalTelr. ONLY EXPERTS EMPLOYES!. AVork Called for and Delivered. Phone M. 088. Cat'a Paw. Sprint; Step. YEI tlh LOANS HORNING BZLXaX VA. (sontb end of Hlxmway BrUga). rxa utomebtlea frsm Kh and D atav aw. DEATH RECORD. WHITE. Ella C. Moore. M year. Sibley Ho-p. Mary V. KnSt. 84. HI 11th at. nw. Henry Schllz. 78. canergmcy Hoe-p. Sophia C. Juie, IS, U08 C. rt. ne. Mary E. Smith, SS. SS X. J. axe. nw. Elizabeth b. Miller. Ti. 3)38 Dumbarton are. Edwanl T. Hairla, T months, 4109 Canal nad. Edward Braly, 1 month, 1310 1st ft. se. COLORED luaan Fbntleroy. 71 years. Illue llatrs. D. C John Thomas, 61. Washington Ajlum llosp. John J. Uoie, 76, Blue Plain-. 1). C. Polka Will never know hew good a bualneus man you are unless you AD VERTISE. Dan Javles. Advertising makes for better home, better dressed people, purer foods, bet ter health, and greater comfort. Da'i Ja les. pbU $112 50c week 50c a week I! I ' tK 50c Viiw 50 c a week On purchases amounting to $25 or less we ask only 50 cents a week $10 50c a -week ?" 50c week $5. 50c week "Sasfc I RswF THIS CERTIFICATE IS WORTH 5 OF ITS I CsHnssW 9s?B BR 4f"JnT FACE VALUE IN PURCHASING ANY ARTICLE IJ3fl :5ll tSgBS V IIF N OUR STOrtE OR MAY BE APPLIED ON W W ' ,n6 V -TT THE FIRST PAYMENT FOR ANY PURCHASE -tr jM BBrSK$22 sssssssssssssssssssswBsssslsssssssBBVslilnnnnnnH 50c a week Our New Policy A Part of Our Profits to Be Divided Among Our Customers . Beginning at once we shall issue Profit Sharing Certificates for the full amount of money you may pay us, whether such pay ment be made at our store or to our collectors. This applies to payments still due on goods already purchased as well as on purchases made now or in the future. These certificates will be worth, to you, FIVE PER CENT (57) of their face value, and may be used to purchase any article in our store, or they will be received as cash in the first payment you make on any purchase. No changes will be made in our prices no changes will be made in the same liberal terms we have granted in the past. We offer you goods of known reliability on easier payments than are allowed by any other reputable jewelry house, and this new offer is only an added inducement to do all your buying from us. v i Castdfeerg's, 935 Pennsylvania Avenue CslMsHasBnsAj $17 50c a week 4ts- 50c P a week rlJIllnnnnnHsaaassssssssslsa&TSsssssssssft tssssssssssssssDVJBsRl9fc!f!'-assssV V 3(PlsssssB6Pf7::,SsW $15 li 50c a week $7 50c a week SJist $15. $50.'i."$20.t. Ntvyvyc -AJs5TirinrrrfW. rWi jftipfti $70 .. & arnc vv $10 50c a week $100 '". $12 50c a week .-. ' TsanBnnnnBsnLLLH T II II tsssssssslssPHsasHHsS ' Wm PMKEBK vaV7 saV 8bhbs snsfs - , H IsBBBBBSSSSSBESBBSSSSSRSSsTsSBaSBBSSSSSSSSSBBBSBSSSSBSBSBBSB $5 50c a week $5 '''I'M' $80 l ww a weeh ..if. p25 50c a week jAf&JL ,- N m $90 $2 a week i mu, MS2 v 'hl'Wz 50c a week $8- 50c a week pO 50c a week $8 50c a week $12 50c a week $150 J mmmAMf .t A.; . t , k ?ts5f;?? -4.rrfe-44.;- jS- &. ;.&rt&Z A a. '.-Vi.r!ian5i . Srf.-,y 5 . . . . : i.?.1. .. es&c3?m&iS&&&ir..i f