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PaMljr ' loud t. G Sale Starts This Morning at 8 o'C/oc* ^ Wk\\ammm ' 'Duck ' ' your stra w today. D.J.KAUFMAN'S GREA ? FALL HA ? SALE Starts the Big Hat Selling. Hundreds of M. S. M. Special Fall Hats $129 2 The same low prices. Plenty of styles?all new shades. Some wonderful hats. Genuine Stetson Soft and Stiff Hats $5 "Duck"your straw today. ? D. J. KAUFMAN'S GREA ? FALL HA ? SALE Starts the Season Going. Hundreds of D. J. K. Super-Fur Fall Hat* $?.50 3 Every new shape and shade. Looks like $4?feels like $5. Soft and stiff. A marvelous line of Velour Soft Hats . $5 Join the Army of Fall Hat Buyers Speeding to Two Stores?One Policy. Money's Worth or Money Back. 1005-7 Pa. Ave. D. J. Kauft \an (INCORPORATED) 616 17th St, ? W. AMUSEMENTS. I OEW'S COLUMBIA Coot?nao-u? IO ? *.m. to II p.m. WOW PLAYING Parasaaaat aad Art era ft "THE HUN WITHIN" DOROTHY G1SH and GEORGE FAWCETT Aal ??,??G-,G,.,?? to * ? .-r a Fall 111.i -,1 Aaaerlean ??? t ? ? ? ai toxight. ??m ? ? ? ? ? n L ??_ Sat- 2?20 OTIS SKINNER !."?: ^^^.?"H?MPTY-D?MPTY?? Br H. A. VACHEI.L. Neil Week-Meat? Selling. sOsara OR. producer of Prlnoas? Pat, Flo. Flo. Flare Bella and Fiddler? Thrase offer? a Near tlusioal ComasdT. GLORIANNA With ??,?.???? PAINTER sod st) other?. THIS WEEK r ? ? . . . Klfav. Base t?? S2. , WT-ftEslT a,?tli.ee Matnralay, OsH'AB XVII.IJK? MASTERPIECE. An Ideal Husband Altk Coastasace (alller, Cyril Hsr eonrt. \orsaan Trevor. Beatrice Beekley. Jalla? L'F.straagr. ?JE XT atr.EK. SEATS ?OIV, SELWYN & CO. Pregni JANE COWL "INFORMATION, PLEASE!" ? Caatrdy hy JANE COWL ASfD JAM?; MIHKIV. SHU BERT-BE LAS CO aTlghte S:M. THEATER. Mate. 2:3? ronlarh?. 3?>a"-?l:. Mat. >at.. 25e-?1.5U OLIVER MOROSCO Presents "THE WALK OFFS" A Hew Comedy ftr Frederick nad Fanaj Hattoa, \N Ith a typical Moroseo rant. Next Week. Cans. Mond*7 Mxht LIONEL BARRYMORE '? >he OrnMMtir Triumph of the Tear THE COPPERHEAD By ATGUSTrS THOMAS. Mi Venion Meeidiffct Trip Dally exe. Son. at ?n th? p??*??c at ? p. m. teere evening |??.?.?1???.?. except StgodtT. AMUSEMENTS. ?*? STRAND "?g* I.AST TWO DAYS TO HELL WITH THE KAISER All-Star Cast. Special Manie. iti,-.? Include War I ?-, , VJ."? GARDEN ??,^ TODAY A\D TOMORROW RUTH CLIFFORD ?IJf? Fires of Youth 2.1e Anal B. F. KEITH'S DAILY, SUN. HOL'YS.JVT* DISTINCT HITS."?Tim??. STELLA MAYHEW II..- unii Girl"?M ..?leal remedy. The Herbert Blossom Hit in Brief. Wyatt's Scotch ?Lads and I*asei??*. limrrrte Lucas, Edwin George. Par ions & Irwin, Leo Zarrell Trio, Etc I VJ ?G"\ A I?i Jl'l-iM Main tl JOE ?G???? GIRLS OF THE U.S.A. IV 1 IMIU tllll Ve? Werk?The Merry Hound, r. ; THE | W ?G aill I1TII and >ew LlGENM^*?, BCRLESQITE am. this week. September n. ??????? DAILY?MOW FLAYING Riibe Bern?rein'a Onjloal and oeas BEAUTY REVIEW CASINO?7th and F Sit. LADIES? MAT. DAILY, IK? "THE TOPSY-TURVY GIRLS" ?????,?????'? In the Ch?ma TWO FROLIC? DAILY. tftrt LO>AH s ? HORNING Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry Sooth End of Highway Bridge. Buatne?? Tran.erted Exelaalsely There, Take rsrs at I'Jrh Street and Pennsylvania ?Tenne, for south end of Hkhwaa Bridare, One enr rleket nek way. "It*? ont the -profit we make, trat the lerrfee we gire, make? our success." THE ANDERSON PRINTERY ilium ?mini:? Hank Illnii.1 1407 N. Y. Are., lit Fleor, Rew Phone Main ??.'?.. fS^W?BgS AXOVER CLMXtZKHCURnm Piulas at lphia. -2th and Arch Centra 11 y located, ap to date and net*I y fiir nlehed. Dollar a Day rid up, ???? with bath. Table ditole Ola ? er, r.oe, flub ? rea k fast, 20e and a?. Music with lunch, Dinner and Popper. Write or Wire Veur Reaervatlea. RESORTS. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. TTRAYMORE.AnAKnc.OTT TOaD'S GREATEST HOTEL SUCCESS DU PONTS PURCHASE EASTERN PAINT CO. Wilmington Firm Buys Big New England Plant. Wilmington, Del., Sept. 11?The busi ness of the New England Paint. Oil and Varnish Company, at Everett. Mass., has been purchaaed by the Du Pont Company and it will be made a branch of the company. Thl? has for yeara been one of the leadins? houses In New England and its business extends into every part of that territory. The Du Ponts take It over ?a a working organiza tion and will continue to conduct it on the same lines a? it has been con ducted heretofore, making such tm BAND CONCERT PROGRAM. 4 (>>ticvtrt by the G. 8. SoVdiera" Home Rand, banrtitand. thi* eveninff it tri* o'clock. John S. M. Ziu-mermaoi., director. 'Mt Country TU of Th*?," Mirrh, "O.er the Top".O'Hare Orerture, "Daughter o? th? Regiment" .Doairetti Merceau. "The Perfect Melodi"'.O'Hara ?election. "Martha".Flotow Character iati c, "Corioiia < Vri^huB"... .Caicp Patrol. '"The Phantom Brigati?''..MTddleton Finale. "Cheer up. Uta".Hubb*U "The Star Hpangled Bannet." The Store ?our Pbydatn Recommend*. Trustees *?*? -of 30 Tear?j experience. Spedai trained ?t tendante for ladiee. Prifate rooms. The GIBSON Co., Inc., 917 G St. Which Will You Do? Our government needs all the money, material and labor it can get to carry on the war?it is a war of equipment. However brave our men may b? they cannot face the world's greatest military machine with bare hands. There is not enough material and labor in the country to supply both our soldiers with neces sities and those at home with the usual comforts. We must either sacrifice certain luxuries or hamper our gov ernment in its work by our selfishness. Which Will You Do? The Washington Loan & Trust Co. 900 F Street. 620 Seventeenth Street. Capital, $1,000,000. ??? ?. LARNER, PreaWent proveniente and enlargements as may be suggested In the co-ordination of the different branches of the paint business already In operation. The Harrison Company is the cen tral organization of the Du Pont paint business. In rounding it out, other companies have been purchased from time to time Including the Bridgeport Paint, and Varnish Com pany and the Flint Company of Flint. Mich. WEATHER CONDITIONS. District of r-obiut??. Parti? cloudy Frid?y. probably ahowe-m io tbe moraine. Saturday fiir; gentle to moderate south winde becoming vari able. Ma" land* Partir ckmdj Friday, ?bowen In morning; Saturday fair; reati? to moderate ?tnftlng einda. Virginia : Partly eJoudy Fridar, ? ? ? ? ia t?. -t''inc in n*t portion; Saturday fair; rr:'? in moderate ahifting m inda. GENERAL FORECAST. Tbe lake disturbance has pcng-Teaee-d **'r ?lowly ance Wedoeeday mjfct and i? central tonight orer the Lower Lakea and the Province of Ontario. It haa baco attended by generi raina in tbe Obio Valley, tlie Lake Begioo and by ahowrra to the eastward. There were al*o 'local ?howen in tbe mountain district* ot Vir ginia. North Carotina and TraDeeeee. In Ekst ern Florida. Northern Alabama and substantial rajo? in Northern California. Elaewbere the wrath? waa fair. lt 1? cooler io the Ohio Valley and the Up per Lake Region and generally wanner through out ihe Weet. eiwpt in the Pacific State?. ? ??rre will be rain Friday ia the Eastern Lower Lake Region, New Kagland and the Mid dle Atlantic State?, followed by fair weather Saturday. There will aleo be local ?how-ar? Fri day and Saturday in the Florida peninsula. ? : ? where east of the Miirr-rirri Biter " * weather will be fair Friday ?nd Saturday. It win be warmer Friday aad Saturday in tbe Obio Valley and the I'p:? Lake Region and wanner Saturday is the Lower Lake Be gion, OTHER TEMPEBATUBES Lowest Righe? prerioui Bain yaatarday. night. fa.L Atlanti? City, N. J. T? tt Boatou, Maaa. tt ? OK Buffalo. .V ?. at W ? * (.tiicago, Ui. ? H ' indnnati, Ohio. ?? 63 <LM lJenver, Cola. tt tt Detroit, Mich. tt tt ?.W LI Paso, Til.M. tt M Jactuontil)?, Fl*.. Tg TO ? ansa? City, Mo. Tf tt I,.? Angeles. Cal. ID ? .New Orleana. La. ? TI New York, ?N. !. b) 56 Philadelphia, Ta. 74 tt ?.? PittKburgh, Pa.. TO M ?.? Portland. Ores. 9$ ? Salt Uka City, tub. tt ? St. Louis. Mo.;. Tt ? St Paul. Mino. M tt Sao Francisco. Cal. tt ? ? ? TIDE TABLES. I Compiled by United Sta tee Oast aod Geodetic Surrey.) ," Today-bow tide. 8;? a. m. and a~sr p. m.; h.gh tide, 1'tt a. m. and ! 17 p. m. THE 8UN AND MOON. Today-Sun riaea. i:C a.' aa. ; sun arts. 7 21 p m. \> % Mooo rlaea. 3 51 p. m ; moon set? 11:13 p. i?. Automobile lampe to be lighted 1SL LOCAL MENTION.. a, Zea?? - runarv.it. 25c; 2 cans red kidney beans. 25c; tuna. 10c and 15c; flsh roe. 15c and 20c: 3 pkgs. Quaker corn flakes. 25c; 3 lbs. pure pepper. 11; Star cocoa. 25c; Gunpowder tea. 69c; Perfect Blend tea. S9c; BUie Label coffee, 25c; lard. 32c; com pound, 2Bc. 95? Pa. Ave- aad all the J. T. D. Pyles store?. STAPLES WILL ! TO CAUSE SUIT? Estate of Millionaire Hotel Man May Effect Liti . gat ion. - Lawyer? around the courthouse ?cent litigation in connexion with the aettlemen of the ea-tate of Orren Q. Staples, the millionaire hotel men. who died leaving property valued at II, 600.000. ?* Two wills, bearing different datea. were filled yeaterdav with Register of Wills T?r,ner The first ta dated April 10. 1903. and provided liberally for rela tives ignored in hi? last will. This document is dated June 8, thla year, and revokes all preceding will?. It was not filed until late In the after noon, the other having been placed on record in the morning, R calateare to ?Aido? Under the provision? of his last will. th? widow. Mrs. Cecelia K. Staples. 1? given the home at 18? Columbi? road northwest, and the residue of the estate is left in truat to her and John MT. Childrea?, of thi? city, with authority to convert the estate Into cash and pay the following legac?a;?: Mrs Mary Near, a slater. 110.000: Dr Aubrev H Staples, nephew. ?10, 000; Orren 8. DeWitt. ?10.000; Misa Kate Cummings, a former housekeeper, $2. 600; Mitt? Mary Branson, of YVaah lnrton. 5 ? He urge? in hla laat will that none or hia property outside th? District of Columbia shall be ?old until It can be disposed of with advantage to hia estate. He ?pecified alao that any beneficiary seeking to contest, break or change hia will shall forfeit any legacy or claim to any portion of hla estate. The laat will of Mr suples wa? witnessed by Margaret F. Riley. 4% Ninth ?treet. aouthweat; C. R Phil lips, 1361 Harvard atreet northweat, and John O. Allen. 1*06 1 ?treet north west. M?ar Cader Flrat ?A ill. The will of Mr. Staple?, dated April Vi. 1903. names the following benefi ciaries'. Charlea F. Staplea. a brother. ?O.nno, residue in trust to Edward M Gates, of Watertown. N. T., and Gasherie DeWitt and Albert Fox, both of this city, who are directed to make the following bequests from his estate; Gaaherie DeWItt 00.000: Gertrude Staples Gardner, a aiater, ?0.000; Ruin Staplea Reid. a sister. ?0.000; Mary Suple? Nier, a sister, f 10.090; Dr. Ray Staples, a nephew, ???.?00: Charles Nichols, a brother of bis late wife. 15.000. A. J. Nlchola. nephew of hi? dead wife, ?5.000; Edith Nicola and Helen H. Nichols, nieces of his dead wife. t?.OOO each; George Nichols. ?5.000; Theodore Nichols. ?5,000; John Nichols. $6.000: Hattie Newell. K.OuO: Mrs. Cecilia Tiffany. ?.???; Nettle M. Jenks. $5.000 : Mrs. Pauline I .au re me. 10.000. and Miss Mary E. Branson. ?1.000. An Inventory accompaning the first will shows that In 1901 Mr. Staples possessed property valued at about ?1.500,000, and deacribed as follows: TW? H?tel? Istrloit'd Two hotels, ?150.000; one thousand Island house. ?150,000; property on Pennsylvania avenue, including opeia house. ?800.000; property on Seventh street, ?75.000; stock? and bond?. ?KO. 000; house on Seventeenth street, ?10 000; house on 8 street. ?10.000; farm at Rome. ?. Y.. ?5.000; horse?, car riages, etc., ?2.000; one-tenth internst in Panorama building. ?Ki.000; life in surance policies, between SS.'..000 and ?90.000; property inherited from hi? first wife at her death, 166.000: miscel laneous stocks and bonda, ?14.500. This inventory exhibits a total valu ation of the property fifteen year? ago' of ?1.466,500. Included in his pos sessione then waa the Hotel Regent, New Tork City. Since the execution of the will made ln 1903. Mr. Staplea married his present wife. Cecelia K. 8Uples. They have one child. Will of Aaron S. Cat wood Aaron 8. Caywood, until his death here a week ago a real estate broke left a will dated May 17. 1913. in which hia widow. Aurilla B. Caywood. is made aole legatee during her life time. At her death the property is to go to their daughter. Mra Miifam C. Evans. Mra. Caywood is named as executrix without bonds. Harry Taylor Die? of Injurie*. H?rry M. Taylor, 19. of 91D Potomac avenue southeast, died yesterday eve ning at the Caaualty Hospital from Injurie? he received Wednesday night when ha fell from hi.? motorcycle after It ?kidded on hitting the car track? on Eleventh street southeast. Strange Filipino Twins, Backs Joined Together, To Attend School Here A freak of nature that r.vala the little four-leg?e<l KllPino girl now on ? exhibition st Cone> island ? Y . ha? made It? or rather their appearance in W??hlngton. Lucio ?nd Sumpllco Godlna. two 10-year-old Filipino boy?, ?till joined together a? they were at birth, hav? been brought here by Theodore R Yangco, reaident rommiasioner in Congre?? from the Vhilliplne? The boy? are ataylng at Mr. Yang co a home. ?M5 Ordway atreet, Cea?? land H?rk. They will receive then education here and will probably at- ! tend 8t. John's College on Vermont avenue northwest. The lower parts of the boys' bac?i,? are joined together and with th? ex ception that when they walk one of i them ha? to walk backward?, they I do not experience any great Incon | veniente from their phyaical partner ! ahlp. 1'nllke the Siamese twin., they ; are aaid not to suffer the same illneas. I having entirely ?epurale nervous and ! circulatory systems. Both are bright ' youngaters and are foaM of music. CAR INJURES HORSE AND MAN ON BRIDGE Street Car Collides with Wagon Near Anacostia. A car collided ?ith a borse nnd j wagon yesterday on the Anacostia Bridge and injured the horse ao badly I that It had to be ahot The driver, ? Jerae Wilson, living on Thomas street ? southeast, was hurt about ihr head ? and body. He refuned treatment and ' weot home. Ijawren-^e I-ucas, chsuffeur for the War Trade Bonrd. while driving his machine yester?ay On F atreet near the New Ebbit*. collided with James D. gteele. 62. of 622 Louisiana avenue northwest. Steete was slightly in jured and was taken to the Emer gency Hospital. Bruce Fort, of Mount Rainer. Md.. waa hurt about the leps yesterday in an alley In the rear of Thirteenth and F atreeta northwest-hy a barr-H that had been struck by an automobile and sent spinning in h? direction. The automobile that hit the barrel was driven by Frank Rasex. of ?420 ? street northwest Fort waa fcaatSM to 1 the Emergency Hospital. I Theodore Blackman. driver of a mo : torcycle sidecar for the Aviation ? Corps, was collided with yesterday at Eighth and R street?? northwest by ' an automobile truck driven by Millard Stout, of 1023 Twenty-sixth street northwest. Blackman wan cut about the head and body. Holson bithtfoot. who was in the sidecar, was also cut about the h-^ad and body. Both nun were treat?r*d at Freedmen'e Hospital. Joe Antonion. white. SS. of 13K1 Ohio avenue northwest, fell from a build ing on which he was working yester day at Fourteenth street and Ohio avenue northwest and sprained his ankle. He was removed to the Emer gency Hospital. KEATING WAGE BILL UP BEFORE SENATE Minimum Pay Measure for District Nears Passage. The Keating Minimum Wage Bill to provide a minimum wage for wo men and girli in the District of Co lumbia mill in all probability pass the Senate today. Thi? bill is the un finished business tn the Senate and unies? debate on the several smend ments to be offered is prolonged, the bill will p? to conference late today for Its final touches. Because certain members of the Senate proposed Introducing amend 1 ments to this bill and were absent | when the hill came up. action on it was postponed yesterday. There has been introduced in the Senate, a bill identical with the Keat ing Bill, which was introduced in the House hy Representative Keating of Colorado. This Serrate Bill has passed. Thus when the Keating Bill ts passed today H will go through conference quickly a.? the House and Senate already have agreed upon the funda mental ? rtiw iple? of hoth bills. This Tonic Upbuilder Helps the Lungs WtfaIhmwI aiv. run-d-wm %*>\em* thr*atrr>r*? witli Mrwm illntaa. have found in E-"KMA\ ? ALTKRATIVK an untwual Unie end up-bnild ?*T. often h<HpiBg to r* .?*?** bra U h and rtrrnxth No airrahol narmOc nr habt, formine dru??. [ Twen?* >?*ar*V fumaefnl use >t?Be and s ? .m? Rvttle? at all mrmm. *IM? or Maaafarlirrr. |????????.. BOKMaa I.ABORATI'RT. PhiUdetphis. NAME W. F. HAM . RAILWAY HEAD ' W. R & E. Dirrctors Elect Hirr Presiden! of Utilities. William F Ham waa elected pr??! ?dent of the Waahington Railway am Electric Company and subsidia?? (omptniei. including the Poterna* Electric Power Company, by ?Bam mous vote of the board of diradati at a ?wettng ye-sterdajr afternoon ? sir. Ham, in his capacity of vice president and comptroller of tbe sys tem, haa been for the last mix mont hi acting pr?sident, and his electiot , thus does not affect haa offic?si ?r ? ssnizstion of the company except tr | the extent that A. G. Neal. sasistan comptroller, will temporarily assumi (the duties of comptroller. Mr. Aller G. Hort a aecond vice-president a. the company until Mr Ham s r-le-ciior as president, will retain the oA? a vir?-president Mr Ham, who has been for tweaty five years ln the street railway bus ineas, rame to Washington in Peoem ber. Ifl9. to join the Washingtot Railway end Elect nr Companv, ir which he bas filled the positions o comptroller, treasurer and vice-presi dent. He resigned as auditor of lb Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company t? rome to thia city Mr. Ham haa beet prominent In-local business and ftiian ?iel circle-, ?nd is one of the director of tbe Federsl National Bank Ha-pes Farther If??m%\ Mr. Ham had no special cornac to make on bis appointment yea terday. but declared that he f< ! considerable1 ?onstr u< ti\ e procree had been made by the company Ir the last nix montbe. "I hope,-' he sdded. "that with th assistance of the board of i?recion and tbe pubi jr our earnest effoi-t to make further improvem? I ? meet with sik h eu crease* that the people of Hila city may juMl> f.-e proud of th' Washing-ton G-Silwaj and Klectrl? Company.** Charles J. R. II, one of the dir*r tors of th" company, remarked yea terday in eottttecUoa with Mr Ham's election that he had beer provisionally *ppoint***d preaideni without th*? t<tle M? months ?c? but that h* had done so well Ibi directors felt his definite appoint ment wsa call-esd for r REGISTFPcD MEM?1S-45! Hart t?? decided \m wiuit brsBcb o? ?M Area me ??t? ?ou wiik to eater? L'ncle Sam calls for Radio Operators! U'ill you re spond? Wireless Telegra phy "opens the door" lor you to be inducted into the service with better rank and pay than trench duty offers. *T 800 graduate?? of the National Rad"?"? no?- servine Lncle Sam ?many with commi? sions. others with non conimi?-siors. \\> a-sii-t graduate- to get into the service. No prcviou?- vain less tclccraphy knov? ledp? necessary. Our con ?innsfd 5 ?aveckt" course will prepare hceinncre for entrance in the Na val Reserve?. Signal Corps. Land and Aviation, Tan! Ser\i-e, and Merchant Marine. ,? New cla?*t - Mart every Monday. Hav and night s? ?atab ?shed here ?ince 1914. Call or tele]?'* once for full particular??. NATIONAL RAOJO SCHOOL, uth and l r Tto? Electric Household Helps =Grill and Percola tor ?*?=,?! &4 ?,45 il for the complete combination \V7ITH this combination of Electric Grill and Perco T^ lator one can always prepare breakfast, lunch or late suppers quickly and economically. The Electric Grill ?as Illustrated above, has nickel-plated frame, eboniied handles. 3 pans. 8-inch top. and Is 6H inches high. Complete with cord and plug. Tou can fry. broil, stew or boil on this convenient- grill easily and economi cally. The Electric Percolator ?as illustrated ah".??, is made of heavy alu minum, highly P"li(hed. It is about 1?? Inches high and has a caps? lty of ( cups Good coffee for every meal made quickly and conveniently right at the table. Coasa plete with cord and plug. You can buy the Electric Grill and the Electric Percolator in our Electric Shop this week at the special combination price of .. . $?4 AS Cash P?tense Efeeir?c tesr Co $4th ? C SU. Phone M. 7Z6Q