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Going at a Gallop I D. J. KAUFMAN'S Great Purchase of 1,000 Omyx (Lord & Tayler) (T)s5C, Pure Silk-Accordion Knitted Scarfs. 29c (Only 3 to a Custme.r) D. J. KAUFMAN 15 CENT COLLARIS 10* NO RAISE IN PRTCE 1005-07NA ' PENNA. STORE AVE, Colege Women Lease Quarters. The College Women's Club has leaned rooms at 1002 and 1004 F street northwest. and expect to hold a house warming there the latter part of this month. an their first meeting. The walking section of the club is organized for the season and has planned, under the leadership of Dr. V. K. Chestnut, a number of daylight and moonlight walks. Flew- a for Fall Wediiaga. Gude's flowers and floral decorations are the beat that can be had. 1214 F. Adv. S1.00 Per Fuil Quart S3.50 Per Gallon 0. J1. O'COMMELL 636 Pe spylvintAeueN W Private Debvm1-r. Coat,-,LOANS Ism, $6 5 2 St. HRIN ________________ _ lEE. IA sout of Iihs MAIINU[S J. L ROBERTS PRESEETS TAT BEAUTIFi - -"THE BACHE With 3ms Garde., Jack beary mud Eleve 01 BEACE SlILAIE& CO0. T HE V4 .I... 1.wwu C...dy ..... ,,,,.., m.i, La. "TUE IUNBEEB-00LAR BET" ,"THE ENHA JENE MILLS & 00. OWEN & SAMPIELL The J.E "Juupig Jac"& ' Dah~ty Bey and Gri Estetbnses MflT & JEFF (hid Fi 'she) Dihe ""'''''Tu. *wtitseah'a -t ,meia win, Sm ..e .1 Erwin C. tsoh. of the Coast and' Geo WtIe Survey, hss aceepted a positiin as nstructor In civil eagineering at* the Uni rersity Of Tenness.. MqIer Smith will enter Cornell Unt re y n Monday. Howard 1. Rodgkins' of T street. hs >een appointed a member of the commit e on statistics of the Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education. Louis Lawych has been with the Signal 'orps at irlibbee, Arts., as a sergeant. McClean B. Smith has accepted a po tion In the Department of Terrestial Wagnetiam of the Carnegie Institute. Stevens Hughes has 1}een elected preal lent of the junior clas of the College >f Pharmacy of George Washington Uni rersity. Max Rhoade has been appointed asist mt librarian in the law department of he George Washington University. J, W. Webb. of Alabama, is stopping at he Sigma Phi Epsilom house while pre aring for Naval Academy 'examinations. Aldace H. Davidson. of Vermont, has Peen promoted in the Geological Survey. James H. Yeatman has been transferred 'rom the Patent Office to the Treasury Department. William E. Dalrymle has been trans erred from the Patent Offlee to the War Department. Julius Metelits has resigned as messen rer boy in the Pension Office. James Aston, of Ohio, has resigned from he Bureau of Mines. Cloyd L. Riley. of the Bureau of Mines, ias been promoted. Russell B. Munroe has been temporarily ippointed a junior explosives chemist in he Bureau of Mines. Mrs. Mary E. Barker, of this city, hae )een reinstated in the Patent Office. Ellis A. Johnson has been probation elly appointed a clerk in the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce at 00. Harry J. Benoit has been reinstated as L clerk in the Bureau of the Census at Ernest W. Barnes has been temporarily Lppointed as assistant in the Bureau of Fisheries at $2,400. - Capt. Clemens McMillian. who was in Washington during the past week, has rone to the Mexican border for service n connection with mustering out troops. Mrs. J. R. Darling is entertaining Mrs. Sidney Hood, of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Rust are in Baltimore. Lieut. Philip Sheridan leaves Fort Myer this week to rejoin his regiment on the border. Mrs. William C. Hicks. of Cumberland, Mid., is the guest of Mrs. Charles M. en ton, wife of the Marine Corps command er at Fort Myer. Mrs. William M. Connell haa returned from New York and New England. Miss Edna Minn, of Milwaukee. has entered National Park Seminary. Mrs. Robert M. Barton. of Memphis, renn., who has been at Ocean City. Md., has returned to Washington and Is the ruest of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Rob ert M. Barton, jr. Miss Sidney Hood. of Philadelphia. Is visiting Mrs. J. R. Darling and will spend the winter with her. Howard Gilbreth, son of Capt. Joseph 3llbreth, U. S. A., has returned from a visit to relatives in Rockville, Md., and haa joined his mother at the home of Mrs. Julia Gensler, In Columbia road. Mrs. Charles G. Willson, of Sandyr Springs, Md.. visited friends In Washing ton yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. F. R. Hagner have re turned from their summer vacation at Cape Cod. Mass. Miss Viola M. Hance, who has been motoring through the North, has re turned to her home in Park road. IL AI INTERESTING MISICAL LOR'S Dill iors Spesial keemery, I ILDOS THE T.D CABDIET." Am Extra cleve casa. Qserhg. SaterleP-12:3S and 5 P. M. Onl 'H E COESAT" Protestant Episcopal Church Vill Put Plan Into Efect March I. The trustees of t Church Pension Fund- l1 report to general conven tion, which opens at 9t. Louis on October 11, the rajaing of S,600,IW toward the fund of 5$,000.000 for providing an adequate pension for aged and disabled clergy of the Protestant Episcopal ChurfAh. It is confidently expected that the whole amount will be contributed by March I next, when the. plan will be put into action. Under this scheme a minimum pension of 5600 a year will be paid to clergymen who retina at the age of 68. and similar provision will be made for those who re tire earlier by reason of disability. Widows' pensions will be half of the foregoing, with allowances for minor orphans. The 5,000,00 will constitute a reserve. and the fund will be maintained by an assessment, on the parishes based on the annual salary of the clergy. These pay ments have been calculpted on a scien tiic basis with the assistance of Robert Henderson, chief actuary. of -the- Equit able Life Assurance Society, and the work will be under supervision of the insurance depart of the State of New York. This is the la est financial campaign ever inaugurated by the Episcopal Church. NEW INSTRUCTOR FOR CADET. Capt. H. E Steever Sueeeeds MaJ. Wallach neCathisa. Capt. E. Z. Steever, U. S. A., has been detailed to Washington to give instruc tion to the local High School Cadets, to succeed. Maj. Wallach A. McCathran. N. G. D. C.. who has gone to the border with the District troops. 0 Capt. Steever ip a former High School Cadet himself, and his appointment is applauded by school officials. who realise the advantage of having a local man and an arny omicer In the position. He as aisted voluntarily in the work last year until his departure for the Mexican border. His work with High School Cadets in Wyoming was very successful. WIlL VISIT CEMT FLAT. 200 Capital Business Men to Inspelt , Factory at Hagerstown. The Security Cement and Ume Com pany announces that on October 11 it will run a special excursion carrying 200 local business men to Hagerstown. Md.. to in spect its Portland cement plant near that city. The trip will be Slade over the B. & 0. The special train, oonsisting of one club car, one diner, and four coaches, will leave Washington at 9 1. m., arriving in Hagerstown at 11 o'cloM. On the return trip the special will leave Hagerstown at 3 p. n., arriving in Washington at 4 o'clock. WEATHER CONDITIONS. Distric' of Columbia-1Ftr Sunday and Monday; tsrbably cooler Monday: sentle shifting winds. be coming northwat Momday. Maryland and vIrginia-Fair Slnday and Monday; probably ooler Monday; gentle shifting winds, be coming northwest Monday. Generaly fair weather will conti-. Snday and Monday east of the Mismilsipri It-, n th kwer termvratrest Sunday In the l'pper Lake region and m Monday in the Ohio Vall,,. Tennessee, the [oer Lak, region, the V .:1 Mlantic tate. and the interior of New En.lad. LOCAL TT'ERt;ATUrE. Midnight. 66: 2 a. m. 64; 4 a. M. 61;6a m ; 10 a. w., 73; 12 no,. :7 p. at ; 4 .m,8;6 P. ta.. 70; 9 P. at. : 10 p. al.. 61. Hirhe,4. 83; lowest, 3. Relative bumlidity-5 a. w., 90: 2 p. m., a; 8 p. W.. 72. Rainfall (a p. M. to P p. M.), 0. Hours of aunsine, 6.2; per crnt of pesible sunshine. U. Tenperature ame date Last year-Highest, 56; lowest, 9. OTHER TEMPERATUR1U9. Inwest Highest last Rain today. night. a p. M. fall. Atlantic City. N. J......... 70 62 64 .... Baltimore. Md........... s 66 70 B-ston. Man............. 6 58 66 ( iago, Ill....... ...... 86 5 . Cincinnati. Ohio............ a 56 76 Denver. C,10................ .... Kansas City, 't.o........... 6 66 PC .... New Orleans. UL...... s 72 74 0.01 New York, N. Y.. .... 76 8 ( .... Omaha. Nebr.......... N s S .... Philadelphia, Pa............ 7 9 7. Pittsburgh. Pa........... so 48 7 ... St. Louis, 1o....... .... . 8 6 al .... San PFans-o, Cal........ 06 54 .. EVENING 20 COMEDY lisie and eveltie. CLO El LEAF T10 ubes. Rase Singimg .ad Comedy MAYO & VE~Io Latest Auimated I'ews Patina amd SdlI.Ts... w.. Are arMa 14ee 60 .ir give a Halloween -dgaosla Willard .Hotel Tuesday esiag.' 001 9er S1. trom -11 to 12 oelock. heain dress will be appreciated, but maS.k5 will not be pdrmitted. * TI" ast meeting of the immen of, the New Hampshire State Association will be held tomorrow evening t I o'clock at the Dewey Hotid. GeOgeI L. Whitford. of the local bar. will presiee in the absence of Representa tive E. H. Wagon, of New Hampshire. A farewed reeepie te 3ev. Di, William R. Wedderupoon. retiring pa tor of Foundry M. I. Church. will be given in the parlors of the church on Tuesday evening. The committee Oft arrangements includes William L. Clarke. Harry 0. Hine and 'Andrew I Luke[. 'The ladiana Seeiety will he" it (rst meeting. of the season in the New Ebbit Hotel. Tuesday evening at 3 o'clock. The next meeting of the PIe Branch Citisens' Association will be held tomorrow at I p. m., at Iowa Avenue M. E. Church. Committee re ports on the summer's work will be presented. A "get-tegether" dinner er mwe -I berg is to be given by the University Club Saturday evening. October 14. at 7:30 o'clock. A program of entertain mlent Is to be a feature. The Beard of Trade get-together dinner, to further a membership cam paign. will be given in the Continents; Hotel. Tuesday with Charles J. Wa ters. Odell S. Smith and George H. Macdonald as the committee in charge. The effieers and advisory beard at the Bethel Literary and Historical Association have completed plans for the season's opening Tuesday at 8 o'clock. Prof. William Pickens, presi dent of Morgan College, Baltimore. will speak on the topic. "rhe New Negro." The shakespeare Seeiety of Wash ington, Mrs. Mary E. Craigie, presi dent, will hold its first monthly meet Ing of the season on Tuesday even ing, at Lyonhurst. Va. Shakespeare's comedy. "Love's Labor Lost" will be produced by the study class, under the direction of Mrs. Eleanore Newton' Buckler, assisted by Arthur B. White. The Capitel Hill Literary Seeiety will open its twentieth season tomor row evening at 7:30 o'clock. at the home of the newly elected president. Mrs. Mattie Queen Ewing, 1307 R street northwest. The address of the evening will be made by the retiring president, Mr. E. V. Carr. The other officers of the society include William 0. Kent, first vice president; Mrs. Laura B. Lawson. second vice presi dent; Miss J. V. Pearce, corresponding secretary; Mr. E. V. Carr. recording secretary; J. W. Davis, treasurer; Dr. James McKee. chaplain, and A. H. Frear. auditor. At Its meeting at Pythiam Temple this afternoon, the Washington Secu lar League will be addressed by Mr. Benjamin F. Linda,. whose subject will be "Religion and Secularism as Allies." The Langdon Weedridge Citizen' Association will hold a Ieeting on Wednesday night at the residence of Dr. J. R. Hamilton, 1135 Twenty fourth street northeast, at 7:30 o'clock. The Real Estate Brokers' A80eeis tion. tomorrow night at the University Club. will elect officers and a new executive committee. The committee on appraisals Is also to be chosen. During the past year certificates of appraisal were issued by the associa tion aggregating nearly a half million dollars in value. The Aquarium Seciety Of Washing ton will hold a field meeting this afternoon at Shaw's Ponds, Kenil worth. D. C. The aquarium plants propagated at the ponds will be the principal objects of interest. Cars for Kenilworth leave New York avenue and Fifteenth street at 1:47 and 2:07 o'clock. The Lambskin Club ef Master Ma sons will hold a ladies' night to morrow at 8 o'clock. This club con gists of employes of the Washington Navy Yard and number 400. The Ladies' Auxiliary will furnish the entertain ment. The Fraternal Band will be present. President E. C. Ford will preside. The Arts Club. 3017 I street north west, will be formally opened to its members on Tuesday evening. The anmual meeting of the North east Washington Citizens' Association will be held tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in Northeast Temple, Twelfth and H streets northeast. A committee representing the How ard Park Citizens' Association will meet in the Church of Our Redeemer tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. The street improvements asked of the Com- t missioners by the executive committee I will be discussed. Dr. D. E. Wiseman will preside. U Metien pictures showing the opera tions of various bureaus of the gov ernment will be the feature of the 1i dinner to be giveS *y the Washington I Association of Credit Men at the Eb bitt House on the evening of October 18. Students of George WasbimEten d University have been invited to the i first meeting of the Enosinian Society I of the college, to be neld tomorrow evening In the Arts and science Build Ing, 2023 G street northwest. This society, which is the oldest of the in stitution. was organized in 1823. F The Woman's Natienal Republican Club will meet Wednesday evening at 3:15 o'clock in the Gridiron Room of the New WIllard Hotel. Members of the Alpha Nu Chapter of F Kappa Alpha Fraternity will entertain at a reception this afternoon from 4 to 7 o'clock in, their chapter house in Columbia road, ift honor of Rear Ad miral Stockton. president of Georgea Wd~shington University. and Mrs-. Stockton. -"77", - Humphreyu' Seventy-seven For Gip, Influenza COLDS! A ticiling is thk nae-a slighit snifner-im be ~the faseresner-e~ 5ss sid e a coid. or. it mar lbe aeester a irereor cils dowrn the ak r drynes of the throat. ?1lof et thesewell gi, th bese. If you weit utl pboe begin to sce, have iore thratS and i chy~ebet, have a tem. pcrature asd are hd it will take bape; the ap as. hlnnesids that anse dos A .f ,h....~othg sth e ,,e, ts ... to te. Bse d., , TONI* TABLETS (NUUPNEYS')' 14rt enemssustforthe wak and th Yeas. I n'hgrte~ma ageiale Ce.., * il dm jedwi&g te lay l*.i NEMO CORSETS Also Expert Corsetteres to Show Them OU also he inteed i the fa tthe rset department Wis muc alargad, too. which en ables 1 to serve ye. better and more eficiently tihan heretofore. You want to look your best, feel comfortable, be graceful and correctly poised. Naturally you will turn to Nemo Corsets We say Nesmo Corsets because they are designed for all figures. Nemo Self-Reducing Cor sets, $3.50 to $5.00. The most complete stock of Nemo Cor sets in the city Is here trom whi h to choose the model best suited to your fg ure. N EARLY every woman knows that Nemo Corsets have ex clusive patented features that place them in a class alone and that the word "Nemo" stands for correct style, com fort and long wear. But does every womie know that until a comstartively recent period, "ftting a corset' simply meant taking a wmnan's waist meas ure and trying on the corset to determine whether it was in the right size? At Hecht & Co.'s today--cotrset-ftting is a science Our cor setieres are graduates of the Nemo Hygienic School. This Service Is Free to Our Cus tomers. We Want You to Take Full Advantage of It. Hecht & Co. Seventh Street Near F NA Re&Uea= Of caP. Wulliam T. Ni1ppor. rive AM A Anf.eorga NAM MS.IGuard. aet I- the President. Ruegnaiseo of Fts Lieut. Adolt fees. Second CONTINCED FROM PAGE EIGHT. Infantry, 'Trax National Ga-rd. accepud t the Presidet fantry. will Proceed to Fort Mluey. Cal., for xxitnunent and duty a. aid-de-camp. NAVAL ORDERS. Capt. Lindsay (. Herknewms Cortp of Engineer.N :ll proceed to Wbeehog. W. Va.. and repon for 3%-MVE1NSOF VESSEIA Capt. Raymond F. Foerler, Corps of Engtneemt D ie ofolk.SOLIr ill proce&l to Detrott. Mich.. and report for dut. Dolp n e:d fo N Itoh r toer Leave, of aboeelz granted Firt IAeut. Wilia iNts uoe a Netue amved at Pst herwood. MedleYtO r, a Nhegee armved at Gul=., -rd Proue. OeP.*o y Wleeing sM.dl at Yers Reeignatine h First Lihut. Francia . Prentley. Con"e 5 e edical Reserve Corps, acceited te the President. al frre, ncownmande-ri-darf. Asebe Fles. JAave of aeheorie granted i.. HoMer B. Gsrant- h 'ha, ctober 6 noet Arillert Cortp. etended In r days- l. t G . Bran to Men 7acy Luot eiter Col. Sedgwick Rice. cavalry. and Capt Ass L. grade; J. R Barry to Pampenta. Lieu.t 'unta logleton. infantry. will proceed to Jackuon. Mich.. grade, Eu orth peept to WAi ingone. UAsou. >inspect icxhigan State Penitentiary farm. luor glad. J B. mbe-rtakt to Broralyn . Brig. Geo Abiel L. Smth. Quartermaster Corps. ' iRDEL' T'We'LCEk od Col. William (. Brown. Ceal detailed me Cam entaner H V Butler. rtimand hs PSma iembers c! army retiring board appointed to meet dewao. t Washington. 1) C. COommandtr F N. Fwmac. to home and wsite Flre. Lieut. caries F. Willsaas, Car n4- En- |rders mee.r relieed from station at Washington Bar-: oaet'. -oander Willis Mcofrell. Alkansa a. a ock.. D. -.. and will proceed to lthaca. N. Y., ntte oft-r-r take a one tar's couwe of Instruction at C(rnell LAeut Commander L C Richerdeao. to c...aad ninersity. Annapols The following changes to stations and duties of Armt. 10it Fube. Conne t a1 f1rc heu ee. of the Quartermaster Cops ordered tenant. eerge C. Barardt rel td frum further duty oi Lit (junor grade W A EdWarda, to Ja,-la nothern Department and It repair to ti city for MARINE C0,RP mgnient to duty; Capt Julian L. Dodge re C.,. A R Owe , ( fonit seed froot duty in Southern Department and ill Farso Unt J. L tndrkil t. Cot-edLcus roared to St. LOW. No.: Capt. Walter C Jone. Mr t W, C k-. t Ri;e tange. Wine, , rettered from further duty in Southern Teart- throv. id. went and ilt proceed to Philadelphia. P"Pe. H t) C. fe Special Orre amended to read as folow A tt for L o ,aid of ofacresa kPPcinted to meet at rh 14 tesi "iCirst tA-t. I w Shea t to e wi n t ant at Pltt an.-, _.. for -minaoo o of soon Leont. oAft.. J It-der to t' ned statCs om as May te autrtsotord to atleat before it r fpf. . akinorf to It f0 e ans. Idetermine thxr fitness tno apfoirtment asfta implain in the army. Detail 4s the hoard: tAstt Th. ftAr uM- otersi he em em L William R. Smith. toast Artillry Corpe; 0 . m-, at ! I4 haplain Aldred A. PIrudet, 'ost Arttllery Ctrps; ete. H k. Hatoto C t; 1-4 B H Ps. I. Wtlism L. Little. Medical Crp. Cap"; t. t Ntt C K Rdf.d. T C Tre. ochibald H. Runderland. COast Artilleo fer p; wl 1 \% t. lteotr ;o, roooIt j H. Rn. Irat Lieut. Geore C. Beach. Jr.. Medical Reserve 5t P %t 4; f Thto 4 ri Hill. ki Ll.oau saet o. o eo I..RldtU L. C I,; Blekel . iarlmVAn oo. Capt. Aubrey Lippincott. a tre- I. now o ea . I ah-eece in this dt., detaika for servie, and Carate. C. C. fiAll a rasmey in the Signal Corpst. t.7. 1.Ro-n H .Rh.T fe h i Ruuesiato of Second tIocut. Joseph A. Fortin. ' aRlie.BSrs. 'tst Field Artilt . Michitgan National Guard. I- onr.R .tut.R e Bse P A rerted bty Preident. i ,r .s.wh.a be Re~slgnation *4 FInt Liet. Henory J Porter, Jr .o~ .Iella. 1 sm .C attery 4. Fiehd Artillery. Alabama Natiornal N~~tt.t nt. oMar~.F 5 ot mard. acceptted ho th. P'resddent. tt laoits P B ams,.I R Be m Capt. Williamn Tn.r Tenth lnfanta, detailedia. ia~e l.C lm enhm vteder of the army retiring board appoinoted )6 lotean5.DLaf.5.Lo. J meet ste Washingtont. Do. C.. rite First Lieut. Att soim M.DoeR i~frny ho isreiee art. __F__artrn_ toR____N__ Orln_ ,eeofol during-naamtd afioo ofhCase botlieno If akfrnels.H n. HainshCinfastry, BoPly Floa Linc. Jler.. W.mes.-atate. r. OC.L RadOd. TC'd J.F t.BMat LoM.iGsh..Tma..randG.eVtntOt ta, 'manydfer.alnflutodeerin isItoo ISON J NW htPmE~ ..CHa. o dtae,1 tT.Aiat.nSeBirnernheleittl T Rea T.pIOaIr F~rs Usu. flnaldto. t~ioos. welfD Cmalr . TH R W LSO De- ARRAI B )ElP1A bus.E . c3e2 . NTHR BUIDNG here lrF. Cap. Drl.0B Scfi F~theaoirn tn. tNorto. .elmivth. J.DMrray.SFR..TIoy ItMe.a.rejrdfmfrteteaoia ieants. R AIROADe1 RATeSn had GeneralJHL. Mator. II...CanP eay.bcobtained 1i9tFs Syr a. a iljo6hs,- . LLs WILutN Bt'D.OLEuRll a. e Don. 'a-n tti Dd tol.oinfantrASwho isTrel.eved a rerer deues rmtio an of Ca. toli' B. EAHP 1M OLR Stake. Tweysfh Infapnty, Catonoly .NETMEIN YASOITO Fadirs List. Jon Prinee. cavry, NATINAL IroceedOR mm.. anrs for xamination todtertane steet ra M det hail the iaietion Sftate ainal Na NN Firt GIlet . onald . onn Twelft enatry dlise from stohet to and m uty wiht mothe fga Csosr.pS and ot ed asd fesor nf itarye eeee 0.~~ b.b -*enc and tciat Orego Ariulur College, Sc b lc y es i: - _ ..~ itlbs-Wnersta.li. Wn.r Org. Sc CaptDavids. o tt. laefiah ("aay now c aaptuie uat~ i: el 'tlet mt T. thegeade frm o furth treament i:3 ossbe~, cpr St Wa heswit Re dteerl HOcitob D. land fromutadLa 1*y a. lest Mys. V.. and ri ota. his regi- ic pwa sa Leae of1bme ar btwo mots o ae efect os oo Io? ae .2 Wlaldwinta.. Qartermster Crps. ties of . ab seuortwo motto tke efec ast c see haisril ~ i the UCndate, grane Sa h atfor Wb Oas Gilma T B Wuk th Our t E 4lb. simefou. r.0a.3 t bet. v n-of the Districtqm of ClumiAlha openedo J. ..ed ~ CY HEAQURTRSatR OMe fomaio rlaiv o .G0RTO