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AMUSEMENT* TONIGHT. Columbia -The Columbia Players In "My TYierid from India," 8:15 p.m. New Academy?"BrewBter's Millions." 8:15 p.m. Casino?Vaudeville and moving pictures, 12:45 to 5:3i) and 6:45 to 11 p.m. Majestic?VaudeviMe and moving pic tures, 2 to 5 and 7 to 11 p.m. Cosmos?Vaudeville and moving pic tare^. 11 a m. to 11 p.m. Glen Echo?Free motion pictures, dan cing and other amusements Chevy Chase Lake?Marine Band con cert, followed by dancing. Allsswat Sprlaga, greatest elevation above sea. largest watershed, greatest flow, lowest tem perature. Bottling and sterilising ma chinery uneoualed. Phone Main 6624. 816 14th st. n.w. Meltable Relief far Rye* That Weed Care. Murine Eye Remedy Soother, ??can't Smart. You Will Like Murine. Pe?ffc lee (ma, Made from the fresh fruit, J1.00 gal. rred G. Relsinger. 2l?18 14th. Tel. Col. 536 Leara to Save Systematically. In other mords, become a member of the Prudential Building Association, 1319 F. Watch your money grow. Holasea* -Milk" Bread la Flae. It is made in the real home way of the finest patent flour mixed with rich milk, and is delivered fresh and clean from oven to table at 5c loaf. Delicious Homemade Pies. 20c. Holmes' Bakery, 107 F st. n.w.. Tel. M. 4537. Old Gaa ItaagM Made New. ?16 12th. C. A. Muddiman & Co. 1204 G. TV II ?on Jt Mayen' \Vela<*4?v Sale New sample furniture by auction, com mencing 10:30 o'clock. If you appreciate fine furniture at prices less than you ordinarily pay for the common kind, you will be interested here. Nothing misrep resented. 1227 and 1220 G st. MELON MARKET BRISK. Fleet of Twenty-Four Vessels at the Wharf With Cargoes. The watermelon season at the whole sale market, on the 11th street wharf, can now be said to be In full swing, and this morning a fleet of twenty-four vessels of various sizes and types were lying at the wharf with watermelons aboard for the Washington market. In all three vessels had aboard about 40.WO melons, varying In size from little feliows that retail at 12 to 15 cents each, up to the big greens, with blushing red interiors, that sell from 30 to 50 cents each. The bulk of the stock is coming from the eastern shore of Chesapeake bay and from southern Virginia. As yet. few if any melons from the lower Potomaa farms have been brought here. All day yesterday, and resuming before daybreak this morning, wagons were barked up alongside of the vessels at the wharf loading with stock to be taken to the stores uptown to find their way during the course of the day to the tables In Washington homes. The fruit is selling wholesale today at from 4 to 5 cents for culls. 6 to 8 cents for primes, and fl4 to *18 per hundred for selects. From now until the coming frost melons will be on sale at the wharf, and before the season is over the oyster will be on hand. Teer Meaey Wilt Draw Interest if deposited in banking dept.of I'nionTrust Co.. 15th and H sts. Interest paid on all accounts: deposits subject to check. Under supervision of U. 8. Treasury.?Advt. OUT IN OPEN AIR. Interclub Canoe Association to En tertain. An open-air entertainment will be given by the Inter-Club Canoe Association on the river bank opposite the Three Sisters, above the Aquaduct bridge, Thursday evening, Auguat 18. Refreshments will be served and a musical program has been arranged. All canoeists have been invited to at tend. . the committee merely requesting that every canoe shall be supplied with at least one Japanese lantern. PertsMs'i Drag Stare ? Breach. Classified advertisements for The Star may be left at Portman's. 14th and Rhode Islaod avenue northwest. Wants, etc., 1 cent a word. LOSS BY FIRS, $3,000. Sawmill and 200,000 Feet of Dressed Lumber Destroyed. L A. Clark A Son of this city have re ceived Information of the destruction by flre of a large saw mill, owned by the firm and located on Breton's bay. St. Mary county, Md., not far from Leon ardtown. With the mill about 2fs>,ooo feet of dressed trine lumber was destroy ed. No detaila as to how the fire orig inated haa been received by the firm. The loaa Is estimated at about $3,000, on which there Is no Insurance. The plant was established about six months axo to clean up a tract of land purchased by Clark A Son, and was com plete in its outfit. The output was be ing shipped to this city and Baltimore. It is understood the plant will be rebuilt and operations resumed this fall. IM.7S ?? Callforala, via Washlneton-Sunset route. Dates in Aurust, September and October. Through tourist sleeping cars, personally con ducted. Berth, JO. A. J. Poston, G. A., M5 F st. n.w.?Advt. ANCIENT TORTOISE FOUND. Of Prehistoric Species Never Before Discovered. The recent discovery amnn* the moun tains of Virginia, in the neighborhood of Orkney Springs, of the petrified remains of a giant prehistoric tortoise has aroused Interest among Washington geolojrtsts. Tt is described as being unlike anything yet unearthed among the knowrt varieties of prehistoric reptilia. and In al! probability will find a resting place in the Smithso nian Institution. The discovery wa* made by C. A. Hus ton of the bureau of engraving and print ing and T. C. Smith, cashier of the Alex andria National Bank, who have been spending their vacation at the reeort. The two were tramping through the moun tains at the time, and ran across the re mains by accident. Half an hour's dig ging revealed the nature of their find, and they immediately proceeded to take formal possession of It. The weight of the skeleton, according to reports from Orkney, is estimated at over 400 pounds. Mayor Joyce a Justice of Peace. R E. Joyce, mayor of Mt. Rainier, has l*en appointed Justice of the peace for the seventeenth Maryland district, the appointment to continue for five years. Two New Knights of Maccabees. Two candidate^ were taken into full membership at the meeting of National Tent. No. 1. Knights of the Maccabees of the World, at Pythian Temple last night. In an address by State Comman der D. W. Oall. the tent waa congratu lated on its prosperous condition and the efficient manner In which the officers were performing their duties. Boy Injnred by Anto. William Rollins, ten years old. was knocked down by an automobile yester day afternoon while playing near the home of his parents, 1112 Montello ave nue, and injured about the legs. lie was taken to CasualW Hospital, MY KINGDOM FOR A SKIRT s : : By Tad AMO IT XOOKSD A&THOOOH BUHtqw** G. W. U., INTACT, TO OPEN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE ALONE DISCONTENTED. ? Buildings at 1528 to 1538 I Street to Be Headquarters?Law School in Masonic Temple. The George Washington University, in all departments except the school of ar chitecture, which has been discontinued, will open Wednesday. September 28, ac cording to official announcement made by the trustees of the university. The announcement was as follows: "A full statement will be made shortly concerning the nature of tne reorganisa tion which has been going on during th? summer and concerning the plans for the next year. All the departments will be continued except the division of archi tecture. "The catalogue is partly through the press, and will be issued shortly. The university will open as usual on the last Wednesday of September, that is, on Sep tember 28." Preparations for moving have already begun at the -university building on 15th and II streets. It will be turned over to its new owner, S. W. Woodward, by October 1. It has not been possitlvely decided just where the arts and sciences de partments of the university will be lo cated. It is practically certain, it is said, that the buildings at 1528 to 1538 I street northwest will be rented again and used for temporary quarters of the University. Law School in Masonic Temple. The department of law of the George Washington University will occupy the tifth and sixth floors of the New Masonic Temple, 13th street and New York ave nue. Three large lecture halls, two of a seating capacity of 200 and one of 125, will be available, besides three smaller rooms ! for moot courts and small classes. There will be four offices for professors, a secretary's office and a students* recep tion and conversation room. Ample quar ters will also be provided for the library. Necessary alterations will be commenced Immediately, and the rooms will be ready for occupancy by September 1. These new quarters. It Is said, will give the i Gf-orge Washington University Uw School better and finer accommodations than the school ever occupied. LABORERS BADLY HURT. a Edward Johnson and Page Robinson Crashed by Cave-In. Edward Johnson and Page Robinson, colored laborers, the former living at 2253 8th street, and the latter at 2708 K street, were seriously Injured this morn ing while at work for the contractors In building the new cathedral near Wood ley lane and Wisconsin avenue. They were caught by a mass of falling dirt while making an excavation. The accident happened shortly after the men started work for the day. Others employed there were able to get th? men out, who were caught under the earth that fell, before they were suffocated. First aid treatment was given at the scene of the accident until the arrival of the patrol wagon from the seventh pre cinct station. A quick run was made to the George town University Hos[>ital, and surgeons, who made a hasty examination, said the patients were probably not fatally in jured. Johnson sustained a broken leg and fractured hip. while Koblnson "has a broken ankle and rib. Both men suf fered intense pain. A Popular Wmrm mi leereatlea Is motoring In TTCO taxicabs. Ideal for parties. S3 per hour. Phone North 1212. ?Advt. Manager Rich Entertains. Manager Al Rich of the company which presented "Brewster's Millions" at the Academy last evening, as a testi monial of his appreciation of the man ner in which the Initial performance of the season was presented, entertain ed the company with a banquet at the Raleigh Hotel following the play. Mr. Rich, Arthur H. Ashley and Earl Chris tie were among the speechmakers of the evening. De Tea Nte4 lMwyt You can buy It with your brain or hands, exchange real or personal property for It; or borrow it on collateral. Use the classified columns of The Star to let the man with money know What you have to exchange for- U. - - MANY PAY TRIBUTE TO MRS. FOSTER'S MEMORY Funeral Services for Woman Philan thropist and Lawyer Held Yes 1 terday Afternoon. Tribute* in the form of flowers, tele grams and letters from President Taft. John D. Rockefeller and many other not able Americans were paid to the memory of Mrs. J. Ellen Foster, philanthropist, temperance lecturer and lawyer, whose funeral was held late yesterday afternoon at the Foundry Methodist Episcopal Church. The Interment was In Oak Hill cemetery. President Taft sent a message from Beverly. Others who sent tributes were William Loeb. Jr., collector of the port of Sew York; 8enator Dolllver, Mr?. Mat thew T. Scott, president general of the Daughters of the American Revolution; Mrs. Donald McLean. former president; the Daughter* of the American Revolu tion. the Federation of Women's Cluta Constitution Chapter, D. A. R.. organized by Mrs. Foster; the Sunday school of the Founary Methodist Episcopal Church, Woman's Foreign Missionary Society and Washington College of law. The honorary pallbearers were f??er Commissioner H. B. F. Macfarland. W. E. Andrews, auditor of th* rice D. O'Connell, Raymond L. Crist and Herbert D. Buell. Beaatlfal Floral Deals**. nridnal work?choicest fresh cutflow ers used. Moderate prices. Gude, 1214 F. ?Advt. . LAUNCH GAIVOTA BETUBNS. Hm Been Croiiing for Six Week* in Northern Water*. The power launch Dart, with Capt. Clary, its owe. aboard, which ha- been in , Occo quan for several days on a Ashing trip, left yesterday for Chapawumslc creek for a short stay, before returning to this city tX or tomorrow. The Dart h-been on a cruise of several days on the river. T^eTandsome steam launch Galvota, Capt. Keene, master, owned by John R. Dos Passos of New York. oort yesterday, after a cruise in northern waters. The vessel left hereabout sU weeks ago and went up to New York where 2e was Joined by h,'^ month was spent in cru?lng ^ * t ? coast points where society ? during the summer. New York turned to New York. Front New Yor* .he came to this city by lniw,d ways. M orstcheo and the ?e fillwie of this city, are ?t? ??? *?*?? local fleet of P'?*"" Kmmett Coakley of been purchased by E Harrison of the aw* .w.'s-w? ?? tomac. ^ . ?fcrrrT u'Im mt QsslltT# Duff Gordon 220 at Kraemer s, 733 7th Advt. . alleges breach or contract gglftjnaH Says lost Him $10,000 Commiwion. Suit to recover $i0,0C? dama?e. for a^ leged breach of contract has bee^^ in the District Supreme Court by Brandt against the Monarch To' pany. a New Jersey corporatlon- Brand says he loat $10,000 commission on a ?je of 150.000 worth of th? he for which he had arranged. he was dismissed from the the company, while the negotiations were "h???or iZZZSn. ton, Colbert. Yerkes A Hamilton. TWO alfAT1- FIBE8. mmmmtmmmmtmmmmmrn Stable tad Automobile Suffer Dam age of $10 Eieh. Fir* of . unknown origin caused about giA damages last night In the stable of Frederick Fruend, In the rear ?f SW 10th street northwest. The blase was dis covered about o'clock, and nn alarm sounded. Firemen experienced no difficulty extinguishing the flsmes. Shortly before the Are In the stable was discovered the fire department re ceived a can from the southeast section af the city, aa automobile belonging to j. r. Bowman of MB 3d street southea* having caught firs. About 110 damage results*. . . ... ? TYPHOD SEASON IS ON SIX ADDITIONAL CASES ABE REPORTED. Health Office Still Bewildered by Unexplained "Reappearance of Disease at This Time. Biz additional cases of typhoid fever were reported today at the health office. This makes 311 caaee of the .fever this year, with over 180 now under observa tion by physician*. Although the usual rise in what Dr. Woodward calls the "typhoid curve" has started, the disease has not yet assumed the proportions that it had at this time last year. Neither will Dr. Woodward call the attuatlon an "epidemic," because, he says, no one is able to agree on just what an epidemic is. No one has put forth an idea on why typhoid should prevail Just now. In spectors of the health department are making careful Inquiries Into every case, trying to trace It to some specific condi tion or situation. Especial pains are being taken with the sources of Washington's miik supply. Men are out in the country districts going over every dairy farm constantly. They are watching the milk with most careful scrutiny. A single dirty milk pall in the whole diatrlct would be promptly kicked into oblivion by Dr. Woodward's men. The latest thing the health department has to say on typhoid la the following bulletin: "The typhoid fever germ comes invari ably from witbin the body of a typhoid fever patient or of a typhoid bacillus car rier. Sterilisation may be easily accom plished by the intelligent use of pure car bolic acid, compound creasol solution, or bichloride of mercury. Persons in handling typhoid patients should, after doing bcC, always clean and disinfect their hands. The disease must be looked upon as readily communicable and no unnecessary contact with the pa tient either-on the part of attendants or on the part of visitors should be allowed. In fact visiting typhoid fever patients should be restricted to the lowest possible minimum, or better, -at least during the acute stages forbidden altogether. "The typhoid fever germ finds entrance into the body with m*hst we eat or drink, and poaalbly in the case of persons ia at tendance on typhoid fever patients by the thoughtless introduction of unclean fin gers into the mouth. Concerning Infection through the last channel, enough has been ssid to show how infection can be avoided." Wkm Tired Oat Take Horsford's Acid Phosphate. It vitalises the nerves and assists the digestion?refreshes and Invigorates. ?Advt END OF TELEGRAPH FRANKS. Act of Congress Prohibiting Their Use Is Effective Tomorrow. Announcements have been sent out hy both the Postal Telegraph-Cable Com pany and the Western Union that, begin ning tomorrow, all franks will be can celed. This action was necessary In or der to comply with a recent amendment of the Interstate commerce act, which provides for heavy penalty for persons or companies that violate the law. Edward J. Nally. vice president and general manager of the Postal, has sent out from New York a circular which says. In part: "Under the provisions of the interstate commerce act as reoently amended, tak ing effect August 17, 1010, this company cannot legally issue franks except to Its officers and agents and to officers and agents of other common carriers, and to other persons specifically authorised In the act to use frank a. "It Is unlawful for sny ons other than the persons excepted by the act to use franks of this company, and there Is a heavy penalty Imposed upon companies snd individuals who violate the law In the Issue or use of franks. "Therefore, on and after August 17, 1010, no franks (other than those held by persons who are excepted) will be hon ored. and If franks held by persons who may not legally use them are presented at our offices they will be taken' yp and sent to the contract message bureau for cancellation. "All frankholddrs who are net author ised by the provisions of -the act to use franks are requested to return them for cancellation.'* Bobbed of $U in Saloon. Michael Lahay, residing at 225 3d street northwest, reported to the police last Bight that he had been robbed of CM. His ssoney. hs stated, was taken from his poeket while he was la a saloon on Jsansjtvsala xranaa. - ? - Never Again! By T. E. Power* K (//tf/MMW/m, \ry 1 SftHKAHMT * wsht at comn at hqmsg. how ?o\bu make. our wkwviiwtte a*ai Fine ?but there 15 no placr like home*J fc?r A<?a?m 2JN$ J.WG INQUIRY INTO VMSEC11DN htjkane society STILL DT7ES TIGATIKO bepo&T& If Pound True, Action Will Be Taken Against Bureau of Animal Industry. Notwithstanding emphatic denials made by officials of the Department of Agri culture and of the public health and marine hospital service that dogs are be ing vivisected In their experimental bu reaus. the Washington Humane Society is still prosecuting a vigorous investiga-' n to learn whether the knife is being used on animals by the government ex pert*. It was said today at the office of the society that as soon as they had positive proof that vivisection was going on in these bureaus action would be taken. It ^as admitted that reports of vivisection, which were considered reliab-e by t e officer, of the society, had been received. But the officers were unwilling to divulge tne source of these reports. rr,!??. Ilaw permlts vivisection for experi mental purposes, under the supervision sod ??<?KtyKralsed a ^uestJon as to bright ttT;' Aanl,mal iHduVtr^ of the ? Agriculture to vivisect animals for experimental purposes on the ground that the bureau Is neither a h? Humane Society say they believe a number of dogs have been by the* District ""no1 2f ,an,mal industry purposes or "Perlmental j ^ bockvule. 8>*cl?I CorresooBdCDce of Tie Star. It^rJilidi^1? * ^u*U9t ie- 1010. I his . 8af? bet that after "TooSnSS. ?f the ,Mt f?w <??>? If he can ^2*f 7U1 Chan? his name AddU^ whnl^. **? ?n? Seymour A?aison, while discussing the mrr* ?? ^the?T,C WUh "Boot8,e ' Ptttther, was rather ornamentally carved on the face and neck. After Seymour had been fixed up a bit the authorities inquired around ?d arreted -Tootrie." who went^j.H with great fortitude in ?w Tootsie s" friends accused with Tootsle in Jail anTILJ^?*"1?* and *Si?uS ought to be In custody and t?a?.i free as air and allihat sort of ,^tBle authorities nearly got brain ?Llhln& th.? ly, after considerable skirmishing' ^ i Bootsie was arrested andTwl? aN>und leased. The authorities arTh??.WM vre" everythlng is all straight now P * that Thomas Dorney of W??m > Mrs. Mary P. Dal ley of ?n and married here yesterda?by^li>'ww^f Lenora L. Coons, both of w?? and MlM were married y^Say ?Dtono White of the Baptist Church Hock vine Bap church, and it la understood^? th* cept. Mr. Henderson has^.nn?K *? at Croser Theological other year arRSMftviSatr? "sw^ssi 8un E-Wd oVnirt b^^a, 0>?rl.. w/ ?c?. i nomas j Panir.~ Christ Episcopal Church^hl rector ot taking piSSe ? the ^ory h*Th!r'mony P?oP'e had Intended *ettl?? Jhe young poop'e had Intended gettw ,y?ung Washington, but found the nE!i?,ed JP I c'os<*. ?o they^SXtSd a' suggestion to try Rockvilie * I & gggajftajg-Ljja te! i &???? ?^WBrs&s^HS they engaged In a war of Words aJliW I came so loud in their denunciation i th? ?'umbers of nearly 22J?;-?}??? wUI b* tried before Justice I Beading la the police court. ????j Concert at Lincoln Park This evening: at 7:30 o'clock, United States Engineer Band, Julius Hamper, chief musician. March. "National Emblem," Barley Overture, "William Tell"...Rossini Piccolo solo, "The Turtle Dove." (By Corp. Leven) Damare Walts, 'Spring, Spring, Beautiful Spring" Linke Fantasle, "The Opera Mirror," Tobani Intermezzo, "La Danseuse." von Blon Selection, "The Chocolate Soldier," Strauss Finale. "The Arcade Girl".... Pry or "The Star Spangled Banner." Concert at Capitol Tomorrow afternoon at 5:20 o'clock, Marine Band, William H. Santel mann, leader. March, "Herxog von Baden," Friedemann Overture, "Rlenzl" Wagner Reverie Ley bach Duet for comets. "Die Vlr tuosen" Herzog (Musicians A. Witcomb and H. Joergensen.) Bxrerpts from "8amson and Delilah" 8aint-?aens Esperanto hymn, "La Espero," F. de Menil Walts, "TheBachelors." Santelmann March, "Semper Fidelis" Sousa "The Star Spangled Banner." Concert at Soldiers' Home Tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. Soldiers' Home Band, Emil A. Fenstad. second leader. March, "Opie" Fenstad Overture, "William Tell"...Rossini Fantasia, "The Jolly Musicians." Muscat G^and selection. "Macbeth"..Verdi Hungarian dances, "Nos. 5 and H," Brahms Excerpts from "O'Neil of Derry," Olcott Cake walk, "Peaceful Henry." Kelly "The Star Spangled Banner." Concert at Port Myer, Va. Tuesday, August 10, 7:30 p.m., by 15th Cavalry Band, G. F. Tyrrell. bandmaster. March, "Coronation" St. George Overture, "Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna" Suppe "Japanese Love 8ong" Thomas Potpourri, "Night in Berlin," Hartman Selection, "Bartered Bride," Imetana Suite. "Ky Isala" O'Hare Walts, "Murmuring Waters"...Hall March, "Georgetown University," Lent QUARANTINE IS LIFTED. Member! of Coast Artillery Company Are Released. The members of the 44th Company of Coast Artillery, United States Army, at Fort Washington, who have been quar antined In quarters for several dayr be cause two of their 'number, Sergt. Hor ton and Private Sluscher, were ill with what was diagnosed as probable diph theria, were released today. It was at first erroneously reported that the men bad scarlet fever. This Is said to have been the first time that an entire company has been quaran tined at the fort. DEATH OF XSS. REYNOLDS. Wife of Capt. Reynolds Passes Away at Mountain Lake Park. Information waa received here today from Mountain Lake Park, announcing the sadden death of Mrs. W. E. Reynolds, wife of Senior Capt. William Edward Reynolds of the United States revenue cutter service. Mrs. Reynolds, who wss an Invalid, had been spending the sum mer at Mountain Lake Park and recent reports wars to the effect that she was improving In health. Her mother. Mrs. Joseph F. ?f 3016 O street, and sisters, Mr^ John Had ley Doyle and Mrs. J. M.8chn*lf1*r* with her at the time of her death. Cast. Reynolds was In New York on officii business when the news reached him. The funeral .will take place from her mother's home. 3016 O street on a day to be named later. . _ II Proposition to Have Drivers of Delivery Wagons Carry Organization Cards. Union milk from ? anion row Munchinir hay in a udoId mo*; I'nion milkmaid*; union pan*; I'nion train* and union cans; I'nion bottle* on a tray; I'nion driver* on the way; And. thooch 'tis sad. 'tis also true. We'll noon hare union babies, too. The Lacteal Local is looking up. Drivers of milk wagons must hereafter belong to a union and carry a union card. Unless they do organized labor will ignore them and either buy its milk from a union outfit or keep a tin cow. This is the latest development in the union situation in this fair city. Dele gates txp the Central Labor Union talked things over last night and reached the decision in question. View of the Secretary. Secretary Sam de Nedry of the Cen tral Labor Union told the delegates of the efforts of the milk wagon drivers of the national capital to make the Lac teal Local a strong organization, lie de clared that the effort would swoop earth ward like a busted biplane, or words to that effect, if the Central Labor Union didn't put on the screws. And there you are. Onoe our milk *i? *terill*ed. We tfaanke<l the milkman greatly; After that 'twas i>t*<eurisod. But that was only lately; Now our milk Is organised. And. though we're aomewhat vexed. We .luat can't help but wonder What will happen to it nest. GREAT FALLS MEETING. Religious Services Daily Conducted by Various Ministers. More than 300 persona were present at the Great Falls camp meeting last night. Rev. C. Sydenstrlcker of Occoquan, Va, preached, choosing for his text, "Come see the man who told me all things that I ever did." At the mornlnp watch services at 7 o'clock. Rev. Mead Hammond conducted the meeting. Rev. Zed H. Copp preach ed at the 9 o'clock services, and at 11 and 3 o'clock Rev. E. A. Roafs and Capt. McClementa of the Salvation Army, re spectively, officiated. The meeting this morning was conduct ed by Rev. Mr. Prettyman, who Is in charge of all the services. Lectures were given by Rev. J. A. Rice of New Orleans, and Dr. Gross Alexander of Ix>ui*v111e, Ky., and at 3 o'clock this afternoon Rev. Mr. Rice spoke. A sec ond lecture by Dr. Alexander and a lec ture by Rev. Mr. Prettyman will con clude the services for today. Burglars Get Wearing Apparel. Burglars went to the home of Henry Gundersheim, 1*18 13th street last night and stole several articles of wearing ap parel- There was a gold pin In a but tonhole of one of the coata taken. En trance waa gained by cutting a screen from a window. ME FEET And Hands, With Shapeless Nails, Yield to Cuticura. Soak tk* feet or hand* on rotirlag tn , strong, hot, creamy lather of Cuticara Soap. Dry and anoint freaiy with Ortleara Ointment, tha mat Skin Car* Wear during the night light bandages of old. aoft cotton or Uaea. For red. rough fcaaSs. ?ty. "** g* CITY r ?A I. KNaka, DrrrlnfliK ul (Dept. M ) W. J. KnuH 787 9th at n.W? Jy*-f.tu-tf Health n? XattatortlM Al ?In every drop of Heurtch's R*?v^ est materials and hygienic production tcrmine the inimitable quality of Maer ?n and 8enate: 2 do*., $L7S; 2 do*. I?. IT, fl >i; tot. rebate. SOr, Phone W. lgoo. There'* a <>on4 Treat la Mare ?4br all who do not know "PKRFDO TTON" 8AR8APARII.UA In quality, fla vor and purity It's way above other soft drinks Grocers, or phone ArlingtonBot-CO. aul6-5d Are Vaa a quality Naaf Then yon want a quality whisky? Criterion Rye." only $1 quart Prompt attention to mall or phone order*. John T. Crowley. Kll 14th st. n w. Phone M. 3644. auUMu-th-sa-tf Maklaa Mlllworh la a Specialty ?with us Machines right on the premlsea. Phone Klslnter Bros . 21<? 7th at. n.w. aulft-d,esu3 , l ANACOSTIA. At the last meeting of the board tit di rectors of the German Orphan Asylum It wa? decided to render ail assistance pos sible to the ladles' Aid Society In connec tion with the annual picnic to be held Labor day. Mr. and Mrs. Crismond of IKh street. Congress Heights, entertained a largn number of young people last evening In honor of the birthday of their daughter Dorothy. Games were played, after which refreshments were eserved. Those prsnt Included Miss Thelma Kennedy. Master Whitney Kennedy, Miss Ruth Button, MIj-s Bessie Pierce, Miss T>ella Hardesty. Miss Frances Pierce and Master L?eonard Pierce. A meeting of the Brotherhood of 8t Andrew. Chapter. No. 191. of Rmmanuel Church. Anacoetla. was held last even ing at 2217 Nichols avenue. Earl Jacobs was elected a delegate to the annual convention to lie held In Nashville, the latter part of September. J. C. Winter werp was re-elected delegate to represent the chapter on the executive committee of the local assembly and Earl .Tacohs was chosen alternate. It was decided that the rector be requested to form a Bible clasa for the purpose of Instruction during tna winter months. Also It was decided to consider the advisability of publishing a church paper next fall. The next meeting will be held at the residence of N R. Harnish, the director of the chapter. Money to lend at 6 and 6% on real estate Frank T. RawWngs Co., 1305 Pa. are.? Advt. Turners to Celebrate. Members and friends of the ColumMa Tumverein will hold a celebration this evening, tomorrow and Thursday, at the home of the Turnvereln. In honor of Vater Jahn Feler, founder of gymnastics. The celebration will be held under the auspices of the ladies' section, and vari ous German societies, as well aa Turners Dr. Tobias Bigel and l?ls Steiner of De troit, will participate. Hhaffer Fa ratehee Ftaest Floral Deatgaa at most reasonable prices. 14th and I. ?Advt. Building Permits Issued. The following building permits sued today: To James R. Duiitx. for one two-etary brick and stone store at 1227 H street northeast; architect. Otto Jovenal: build er. James R Duritx; estimated coat. $2,000. To H. R. Howensteln, for four two-story brick dwellings at <Tr7-dr?9 and 64*>-?47 K street northeast; architect. H. A. Bright; builder. H. R. Howenstein; estimated cost, $10.000. To C. T. Tucker, to repair dwelling at 1?21 21st street northwest; architect. Frederick A. Fletcher; estimated cost, Sl.OOO. We Place Like Chevy Chaae Lake for dancing, etc. U. S. Marine Band music. ?Advt. Watch and Chain Stolen. R. 8. Scammell, ? Grant street. Chevy Chase, reported to the police last night the theft of a watch and chain. The timepiece, he said, was taken from a locker In the Job room at the government printing office. HEALTH CANDIES 100% PI*RE. 4 Chocolate Tulips, 40c lb. The unsweetened Chocolate used in tbes<< can dles gain* a charming flavor from th?> dollcinua cream which fllla them. The nam>- ??Br..l?l.ley?, slgni<J?-? tho hichrst standard of quality. <>p<n eTenlnrs. Ice Cream Soda. Pemh Ice Cream. 1203-1205 G St. Otard Dupuy's COGNACS Excel All Others. $1.50, $2 and $3 full quart imported in the wood, bottled and aold by Christian Xander*s Family Quality House. QOQ Jth St. aa1ft-20d THE advertiser who advertises systematically and judiciously is the advertiser who will reap the richest returns. We write the right ads to make advertising good advertising. Star Ad-Writing Bureau, Robert W. Cox, Rooms l?2-108-10i F. T. Hurley, Star Buildln*. W. L. Tenney. Phone M 2140 !f You Need Bifocal Glasses Let as show roe tbe l.eese perfected M frcate. fused In one piece, with so dlvltfoa line to blnr the eye tn changing from aaar to far leases. MA I ??? Manufacturing Opalrlaa, ? 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