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~S??CIAL NOTICES.
IiXaYF voir PV KNACK ami STOVES RE
? -fiM now: t.-imtthi*:. roofs rppaired
4Hnd painted. J2 XI. HIMMS. 1M0 Tth ?t.
Tainfc. North
BP -??w ?
V?g fXmCORAX GALLEHV OF ART.
? " BTSBAX EXlURITIONS of The Cor
.-"cotau ?;e*twiy-e< Art-will reopen ou Sunday
November 2;- IS 13, and will continue
ear# Sunday thereafter until further notice.
Hoofci from 1:3A to.4ik' p.in. Admission.
tvm. V. ?.? MeOCiHE. Director;
?? t0 #?*! ' * ? * '"??
*? "V ? *
NotlfE fTattKKBi.*<iIVK\ THAT THE I N
. , ?l?-rnltrr<-<i will o? Not. 12. lftl.':, sell at public
a'irtVn). wHNrtff- tliP Halesroom of Adam A.
Wes.-hlcr. !J2D pi, are. i\,w.. commencing at
,32 ? ?'alj.jfovl* stored In the name of
Air- X Uaali? <?eome. to satisfy ller for
? < torn ire ? wH* "WOifr chnrz>?. THE JI'Ul'S
^ ( % Di>.,'i?-Fi-j(\rn rk ami c.vHi'CTrrt.
money to ix>an on r^Tvlestatk I'KI\kL
raTe #f lufiereat. Ample security required. State
particol^rs. No brokers. Rox 1'1. Star offlee.
m;ll ivw cami roi: p.ri? k dwelling. a
'?? 12 tooms, between I'a. lie. and N and 12lh
?<'nl Is: li fit*.: niiwt havv part-ulars. Address
Hot L?4. Star office. !?
THE TWENTY 1'IKST A N NI AI MEETINC or
?lie Mi l CAE SERIAL WILDING ASSOCIA
TION will l>o twM nt St. Dominic's Ilall. ?ith
md. E tT? ou Monday, November l'JE!, at
"??9> ii-nu.. ?
1'iynittU ?n Muvk "f the I wenty second se
tles wti! be due" St tljla meeting. Shares, $1
njr rrtontjj. ... "
Kti wins who ara unable to attend tiie meet
lag uiaj pay the-trewerer at bis office, jot)
bt. s.vr. < 1Br+ floors. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
ru obtain a loan of $1,000 for
*Ju_lici\jouoLW *1.3*1 for $15 per month and
tor t&* pec month.
,> -4nte:e!rt *tnite of 3 per cent allowed.
? "Prn ??-rT<!(i LaTe "tDiinfr'"1)! and th ? sum of
?T<V paid for $144. Invested.
The assoelatloo is under the supervision of
?ehe controller nf the currency.
J. SONDHE1MEK.
T~~ ."V.*, . President.
UAIUUSON JOHNSON.
Tfeaswrer. :t?.m 7tlr St. S. W.
NOTICE.?A MEETING OF THE STOCK HOLD
? ru yf the West Virginia Mining and Manufac
turki# Company of Washlugton, of the District
?->f CoiucibWi a cori>or?tion, incorporated under
the Iwws'of the state of West Virginia, is here
by filled to meet at the office of Joseph 1.
Weller, at .No. M'M str> et iiorthwe?r, Wash
ington. D. 'C.. on SATI'HI?AY, the Htb day of
November. 1913. a: 10 a.m. on said day. for
the [nirjiooa of eiectlny a boanl of directors,
'?or.siderin* a resolution providing for the sale
and conveyance ?>f a'.l tb?- property and assets
? ?f said corporation and for the transaction of
any and all business ?s may pmperl> be trans
a ted by the stockholders of ?aid comiiacy in
tfeneral naeetln,; aM^emble.l.
J. E. CRAWFORD,
Stockholder holding more than one t'-ntli
of tb>- <-utire capital stock of said cor
'Kiratlon.
N'>TIU" OK EX"Mlik-l./.? OT LKENSES.
ofti??"vf the Assessop-of the District of Co
lumbia: Wasbingti^ 3?2.C.. l>ctoU'r 2.">, 1813.
NorttJ !s hereby L-ivehr. tnat on the thirty
n-.X^ltkiy of Octultar* ?M'lo. will expire all
EoafefMt issued by -Assessor of the Dis
? Columbia'tv, irpytliv.-arli'S. au'-tloneers,
~1 oT>11 *? storage vvaitfaoows. and bank
* \i5. .Sni-jjusi'T.s, lillUiU.-i'SMi wnd other tables,
-fsiwitew alleys. pro;irtwors of bar-rooms, board
4ar- li'-iiiws. public t?rn^,".meiliums, clalrTOy
sitts palmists, ??fc.." vatue d?-:ilers. comni'sslon
hi?y*3?auu. cigar dtuUt>r?,r building contractors,
narri>go ea4 wnrou iimkers, confei-tloBers,
daalenr -hr ? serond trsr " ?1 ???
a?1?>2
in' s< rosene oil and jvl
i!Utvs. fuel huckster#, uui .a
eniiilornieut agents, inrestment com
twmies, fffojrtletora >?f pnblb; halls, public
"TRJrkjf. Iur?vy - stablaak laundries (steam and
~au&. laimI- ?nd Mnprorcment companies, loan
brokers.- rwilroatf" tfrtgy*brokers, restaurants
and eating HWWos.JteJt^esUTe agents, proprie
tors of slot macfiiues. proprietors of theaters,
undertakers, and -wholesale liquor dealers. All
Err sons desiring t* continue the above described
uslncss or professions m6st promptly renew,
their licenses. Wm. T. Richards. Assessor,
D. C. ? oc25-t>t.exSu
A NKOUNCEME NT.
TV' National Democratic Fair Play Associa
tion of the i;oiled States, incorporated for the
purpose of assisting in promoting race >esrrega
tion in government offices and residential sec
tions, invites your co-operation. Full particu
lars upon request. Call or address 03S 8th
n.w. Public tueeling Wednesday^ Oct. 20, 8 p.m.
JO THE TRADE?WE HAVE A VERY EAROE
sto?k of repair;- for all kinds of fumae*-*, hot
witcr and steam toilers, ranges and latrobes,
us have your orders for the fall bualcess.
BLDOLPH A WEST COMPANY.
1332 N"w York ave.
very Desirable sriTE of front room*
!n The Star bldg.. overlooking Pennsvlranta
are. Appiy at once. Manager. The Evening
Star. .
FOR RENT?FOR DOOl'ORS OR DENTISTS;
desirable flat of seven room*, suitable for d?x
ffentlst's otHfri-r.ill modern convenl
UCTl
1 >?'*- ?? *. .. ?
ii.io trtjJlL.atrw ; car lines; bot
. 'heat: ready #or ocirpaii^y November 1;
IMH >?l UHIWllUU. MB Pennsylvania ave. s.e.
IT^! PROMISED-'?****-NEXT W INTER WILL
make up III sercrlfy for what last year's lack
ed. You dou't want to be bothered with
PAINTINO In cold weather. Plac? your order
with r,. H MAH.SWARD now. 2210 14th.
THE HERRI MA N REPAIR CO. MAKES ONE
job of all the retiring and remodeling a struc
ture requires. "ONE ?'OST" ? lowest coat.
1101 Vt. av?. -Pb. N. 4071.
VoT' SaVk A LOT itt' MOVEV~ \"nD TUOl RI.E
whei) yon postal ?KRK^KKURT to call wltk
sam(ll^C*2' n IsmI<^'*'^?tWi'lJII? 12IN1 H st. n.e.
OpaquJQppudes^fy&T<Onaquc. hung.
Hoi SE R EPA I A f.17 TRADES^ LARUE OU
small jobs re<-eive pi0Wt attention: all work
guaranteed, lowest prices. J. W. MANDLEY,
1212 ltladensburg rwad. Ph. Linen. 222?v
100 LKTI KRHEADS ^ ALL PRINTED
1*M> EVVFI.OPFS -{ FOR
igu BILLHEADS I $1 00
501 14th kt n.nr. Phone M. 8271.
Ask for nrlees on typewritten letter*.
With Roof Work .....
Ezperaeinice ls ,*e to",'h"r
... - We beve lr?d 2u years
aud alwavs in ibe front.
1 el u"s ,-atl ai d estimate. .
We ? in -ave >? oi moeey.
G raftomi <& Son, inc.. 5Lv"-f^!-"^it
Phoaw M. 7ttO.
WE'RE SH li"RTMAKERS
DISTINtTIVi. to a constaull.i growing elb.-n
t?-|e ?>f Bet.?l*Mm-n wls^e siAod
IMPOK11.D ards and tasty- in the matter
oT personal attire ar?- critical.
SHIRTIN<;s. tndivi.bial patterns nuide up
for ea< b customer.
PHILIP T. HALL,
Shirtmaker, Haberdasher, 1411
iBefore Orders
?For W edding luigraving
voii'll >b> well to consult tis l'osse*
slon of our ou n plant enal'h's irf. to
turn out sup-.-.'ior work quietly atitl at
^ ionest eOtot
CyOive'us at? ot>|>'rtunlty to submit
? -liiuaK's and sjinluH-n.s.
Wtsi. Baidantymie & Sons,
Nit'KHier*. 141*) 1' St Bookseller*.
Our Prices Never Fail
?to demonstrate that the
higge^t values in MILL
WORK and LUMBER
are offered at
BARKER'S, 649 N? ?? Ave,
ENGRAVING. ;
W>?t'v "good fonn" In engraving is 1-ound by
"Irooelad" roles ??rder> tnisteil to this estati
''-hmeut ar> tun.. 0 otit by toe i>est .skill In the
eraf.
1T~7"'Vn?olt 'ts about the B.v-ks for the Library
ai.il for the Scfc??>!r>s>ui.
<'. ?'. PI RSELL.
V07 c; St. 11.V I'ltoce M ir.42.
A SQUARE DEAL.
W? will esauiine your roof and give yon
our bon<??t opinion as to its Nimlttlou If
it's worth rcpalrltnr we'll say so, and do
th?- work at a moderate cfaarpe.
" T?40iMGB AFIl Bixflnc Ml 13th st n.w.
r?m,)Ul,v |.boUt. Main 14.
Featuring Legal! Printiinig
W. have special facilities Tor , prltitln*
-I ower- llrii'fa .?;'d Motion* ,\!| work
-^/*otv neatly, quSVi1 and nceuratelr.
.,1,-ODi & DEfWEIjjER,Int
'1 ifia;Li?^ I'ritif"5h<_?i>. 4JO-4JJ 11 th.
-I NEVERJIUS^POINT."
TSe Busiest Lawyers
?in the cltv .lepeoa onttts to prwt their
J^trlefi and Mojious. We ?u the \vorti quick
i? ly and ac<-ur?t?ly. -
TIKE SERVICE SHOP.
BYRON- S. AD.^tS, '/'.TiT,',1'-.,
AadErons,Qrates,QasLogs
and* rirejda>vg. X? ?tnllmli<-?l assortment -to
*ue?'- from at wr> ptiouallv low prices.
ri'WW K. I.IJ.KTT/Ilm; Utb St. n.w. \. 7.12ft.
The NatiomaS
Batirk of Washldgtor:.
Sercotii sireft auti (.uuiaiatia av*. a.w.
CAPITAL AND SI KI'LI S
NEARLY TWO MILIJON DOLLARS.
Brto* ua yowr oavinftH accouats.
3% Interest Pwd.
Deposits received from 91 up.
?
SPECIAL NOTICES. ~
It Is Economical'to
Buy Photo Supplies .
From Leese^rr:':~-- ?;
Y?u have a big ?m>ck of Anti-trust Pfcoto
Supplies from wlilch to make selection.
Prices ar" remarkably low.
M. A. LEESE ?
"Tennessee" Wtafsfcey
The best
for flie
fiioiiey ? C
targe bottle. . V* L
Sfooomaker Co., };?*,*
"PAINLESS DARLING'S
PRICES" flfitfa PRINTING
KEEPS J 11W 11 II ILIiR PLEASES
U8 <54. PARTICULAR
?'ALWAYS O^reCtt. PEOPLR.
BfSY." MAIN 1278.
Housecleaning?
Then consult nti about repairs to the >tojtn
i ?[>i>ar3tiis for the seasoL'.
I Wm. Conrad is Co.. io-j-tiu. >1.5430.
v ; SPIRITUALISM.
JJK1.T1 V?;s Mi?NI>AV. WEDNESDAY. FRIDAY.
8 ji.'IB. ito:irp; a message to ?'aih: dailr read
ing. jJti*. T. E. MAtTP.V. S07 Mt. Vernon pi.
n w . l>ucb famctif Library Phone M. 3T0G.
__ PALMISTKY. ~
HAVE YOt K HAND READ BY ilR. DAOUD,
the well known sci'-mlH ptlralat. Readings,
one dollar. Phone North 1184.'. Studio, 1622
^^_st_g.w.__H<>urs. 11 n.m. to 7 p.m.
EFFICIENCY IS NAMED
REASON FOR NEW LAW
Treasury Department Issues State
ment to Revenue Collectors Re
garding Deputies.
Xu return to the spoils system is in
tended by the administration to result
from the recent action of Congress 'n
removing deputy collectors of Internal
revenue from the protection of the civil
service.
Efficiency is to be regarded as the ob
ject of law in this regard, according to
a statement issued by Commissioner Os
bom, of the internal revenue service, is
sued by direction of President Wilson, and
countersigned by Secretary MeAdoo of
the Treasury Department.
The statement; in the form of a letter
to collectors, declares:
Not for Spoils System.
"Collectors of Internal Revenue: Refer
ring to that portion of the urgent defi
ciency act, approved October 22, 1913, re
lating to the appointment of deputy col
lectors of internal revenue, collectors are
advised that the object of this provision
of law is efficiency, and only efficiency,
and that any tendency to use this class
of appointments merely for personal re
ward or for anything that savors of the
spoils system -will be regarded as a very
serious disregard of public duty, and that
they will be expected to deal with these
matters in a -spirit which the whole
j country will approve.
"Hereafter, when vacacies in this class
of offices occur, or changes are contem
plated. and before such vacancies are
filled or such changes are effected, col
lectors will -forward- to this office the
names of the persons whom' it is desired
to appoint, together with a statement of
their qualifications and record. No ap
pointments in this class of officers shall
hereafter be made by collectors without
the approval of the department."
Births Reported.
The following births have been reported
to the health department in the past
twenty-four hours
John AY. P. an?i HtHu "^*^Wkley, boy.
John and Hattie Baxter, boy. (||^.
Baldessere and Marie ? hijy:
Frank G. and Pearl Cauifman, boy.
I Waldc L. and Fannie McAtee, boy.
Jesse J. and Florence E. Smith, girl.
Edward E. and Minnie L. Adamson,
girl.
Amos and Margarett Smith, boy.
Gelsomino and Maria Cercana, girl.
Winslow and Florencerfft: fcgWts."bov. ,
Daniel F. and Catt><^$UCilXwC^Mhyi?bo3-.
Joseph and J?*ssie -S. *4Jruwiir PpyT*""."~
Frank and Helen 3>vaQ. ttfiy, --
Deaths Reported.
The following deaths have been report
ed to the health department in the past
twenty-lour hours:
John Henry Mil stead," 70 .ears, 3o61
10th street nqrtbwest
Louis R. Padgett, 32 years, 2317 Penn
sylvania avenue northwest.
I.cwis S tear man. 02 years Garfield Me
morial Hospital.
Mary. AVard, HO years, 2U6 <1 street
northeast.
Jane A. MeCaun, 70 years, 805 E street
southwest.
La Hie C. King, 37 years, 813 F street
southwest.
Lillian Henrietta Clinton, 12 years,
Morton street northeast.
Albert Deroj Butler. .TO years, 2311 Vir
ginia avenue northeast.
Edward. Preston, 4 months, 340? Sher
man avenue northwest. _
Samuel Pollard, - months, 2219 "2th
street northwest.
Nellie Johnson, 2i? days. Columbia Hos
I pital.
LEVIES ON STORED GOODS.
Clarence J. Shearn Claims Mrs.
Gould Is Indebted to Him.
A collection of high-class furniture and
works of art stored in the name of Mrs.
Kathiino ? C. Gould of New York in a
local storuge warehouse, has been levied
upon by Attorney Clarence J. Shearn of
New York to raitt a portion of the debt
alleged to be dut him for legal services
rendered Mrs. Gould in securing her
divorce from Howard Gould.
Lawyer Shearn says Mr?. Gould owes
him a balance of S29.289.10, on account
ot his biTl. The " New York lawyer Is
represented by Attorney Michael J. Col
bert. wiin figures the goods In storage
are worth at least.
LAWRENCE FUNERAL FRIDAY.
Services for Organist at New York
Avenue Presbyterian Church.
Funeral services for John Porter Law
recce. head of the music department at
tfcuj National Park Seminary for twenty
years, who died suddenly yesterday at his
residence, ft: N s-treet northwest, will
b? held tomorrow afternoon at o'clock.
Tine ? service* will be held at the New
York Avenue Presbyterian Church, of
which Mr. l-awrenc< was organist at the
time of his death. Rev. Dr. Wallace Rad
? ?Hffie. pastor of the church, will officiate.
D.D.D.
i Prescription
?lor 15 years?
j The Standard Skin Remedy
ASK
| ?'DO \ SELL'S DRUG STORK.
SAYS NATION'S SAFETY
RESTS IN THE CHURCH
Most Rev. John Bonzano,
Apostolic Delegate, Ad
dresses Students.
That the safety of the republic rests in
the church alone, and that many of this
country's greatest statesmen, recogniz
ing the alarming tendencies of the times, I
were reaching the same conclusion, was I
asserted by Most Rev. John Bonzano, j
apostolic delegate to the United States, I
in an address at a reception tendered him j
by the students of Trinity College last
evening. He told the young women that
Trinity occupied a special place In his
friendsiiip.
Miss Jennie Hoey of the senior class
presented the Htudents, and also made an
address on their behalt. A musical pro
gram was given, including numbers by
Misses A. Culligan, Leonard and Con
nelly, and B. Groever and M. Evans.
Members of the Classes.
Those who took part In the reception
were:
Graduate students ? Alice Donovan,
Blanche Drlscoll, Rita McDevitt, Helen
Stokes.
Senior class?Lillian Beatty, Mary Begg,
Margaret Boughtan, Pauline Cashman,
Louise Clifford. Margaret Collins, Helen
Conroy, Anna Culligan, Marguerite Duffy,
Blanche Fitz Maurice, Adele Farren, An
gela Flannery. Mary Gaffney, Margaret
Gallagher, Rose GeJer, Mary Hayes, Ma
rie Hildensperger, Mary Hodson, Jennie
Hoey, Mary Johnson, Alice Kelly, Mary
Lennon, Laura Lennox, Marion Lynch,
Uatherlne Lynch, Mary J. Mahoney, Anna
May McCaffrey, Anna McCarron, Sarah
McCarthy, Estelle McMahon, Mary Mc
Sweeney, Josephine McVay, Isabella Mur
phy, Josephine Nugent, Getrtrude Smith,
Julia Sulliv ui, Frances Taylor, Bertha
Tuite, Zoe Walsh, Marion Welch, Julia
White.
Junior class?Irene Bragan, Anna
Clemons. Catherine Connolly, Mary Ev
ans, Mary Fallon, Elizabeth Fennessey,
Anna Feenan, Dorothy Gallagher, Ruth
Gfroerer, Anne Hooley, Katharine |
Jackson, Vera Judge, Carolyn Kir win,!
Marie Kramer, Clara LaFollette. Ger- 1
trude Lane, Loretta Lawler, Elizabeth!
Leonard, Margaret McArdle, Alice Mc
Cabe, Rena McCarthy. Catherine Mc- J
Caskey, Margaret McWeeney, Mar- j
guerito Maloney, Helen Mahony, Louise
Moore, Helen Murray, Regina O'Con- ]
nell. Mary Purcell. Marie Ryan, Eileen
Smith, Mary D. Walsh.
Sophomores Assisting.
Sophomore class?Catherine Barry,
Annie Boillin. Katherine Boyle, Anna
Brodbine, Helen Brodblne, Mary Bro- j
gan, Katherine Carlln, Maureen Daily, '
Myrtle FitzMaurice, Esther Garner,'
Marguerite Gillen, Miriam Greene,
Florence Hanrahan, Mary Haughton
Margaret Kelleher, Alvera Killorin.
Margaret Lane. Florence Leonard,
Ursula McCann,. Mary McCarthy, Lo
rena McLachlan, Frances McManus,
Mary McManus, Winifred Monahan,
Catherine Moormann, Elizabeth Morri
son. Ruth Nangle, Margaret Parsons,
Juliet Power, Vincent Quinn, Loretto
Reavey, Sara Sharkey, Jeanne Shea,
Harvey Smith, Kathleen Smith, Marie
Unruh. Felicita Vlymen, Helen Walsh.
Hearer?Louise Boillin.
Freshmen: 1913-1914?Estelle Baker. Jo
sephine Baker. Margaret Burns. Dorothy
Callahan, Ruth Cavey, Eleanor Conlin,
Colettft Daly. Margaret Davey, Claire
Donahue, Zlta Donahoe, Helene Eggert,
Marie Enright. Marie Friday, Florence
Gaffney. Patricia Galvin, Mary Geier,
Eileen Gillion, Edwina Hanlon, Loraine
Holbrook, Agnes Holland. Nora Hurley,
Alice Johnson, Wilhelmina Josopalt, Mary
Judge, Florence Kean, Mabel Kelly. Anna
Lawler. Irene Lee, Miriam Loughran,
dbily Ala her, Helen Murphy, Helen Mf
Carty, Eleanor McCormick, ,Noel Mc
Padden, Anna McGrath, Kathleen Mac
Hale, Hazel McQuillan, Agnes Neary,
Mary O'Connell. Marie O'Malley. Anna
Lee Pace. Katherine Power, Mary Sage,
?larie Shea, Pearl Staudt. Katherine
Sullivan, Frances Tracy, Louise v? elch.
Hearer?Anna Wiseman.
HOUNDS IN HELD TRIAL
Montgomery County Foxhunt
ers Out for a Day of
Sport.
Special OorrespouUeuco of The Star.
ROCKVILLE. Md? October 30, 1913.
Bright and early this morning several doz
en members of the Montgomery County
Foxhunters' Association and other fol
lowers of the hounds, with about sixty
of the tlncst dogs owned in the county,
liled out of Dawsonville, ten miles north
of Rockville, to participate in the lirst
day's sport of the fourth annual field
trials of the association. The weather
and scenting conditions were excellent,
and the indications were for a day of 1
exciting chases.
Red foxes?the kind that know how to
run?abound in the Dawsonville neighbor
hood. and the lay of the land is well
adapted to the chase. This is the third
time that section has been selected for
the trials, and it will probably continue
to be the scene of these, annual chases
as long as the sly ones remain there.
Another reason that the Dawsonville
neighborhood is a favorite place for these
meets is th?. hospitality of the citizens.
The sportsmen are royally treated and
are shown a good time independent of
the sport which brings them together.
Among those having dogs In the trials
this year are Edmund C. Davis. Andrew
J. Cummings, Charles A. Clagett, Julian
F. Waters. James P. Gott, William
Riggs, Artemus Sullivan, John H. Ma
grudcr, Z. M. Waters, Jr.. Richard Spates.
Cecil Allnutt, Clay B. Edwards, Artemus
Griffith. Michael Cummings, George
Gates, Ledoux E. Riggs, W. O. Spates
and Robert Carran.
A large number of the members of the
association assembled at Dawsonville
last evening, when the annual election of
officers was held resulting in the selection
of the following: President. Edmund C.
Davis of Colesville; secretary-treasurer.
E. Cecil Allnutt of Rockville; master of
hounds, Andrew J. Cummings of Chevy
Chase. The judges selected were
Charles F. Windham. George A. M.
Kclchner and Raymond J. Lyddane.
PUBLICATION IN DEMAND.
Many Requests for Illustrated Book
on "New Washington."
Many requests are being received at the
Chumber of Commerce for copies of the
publication, "New Washington." recently
issued under the joint auspices of the
chamber and the Southern Commercial
Congress. The book is illustrated with
2)0 views of Washington. It was written
and compiled by George H. GalL
Recently the chamber sent to every
commercial organization In the country
a copy of the book. Everywhere the
books have been received they have at
tracted much attention, and members of
the various organizations have sent in re
quests for copies.
Prize of $1,500 Is Divided.
Equal div ision of the Hodgkins prize of j
Sl.r.lt) for the l>est treatise on "The Re- i
lation of Atmospheric Air to Tubercu- :
losis" has been made between Guy Hins
dale of Hot Springs, Va., and S. Adolphus
Knopf of New York city, according to an
[announcement of the Smithsonian Insti
| tut ion.
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The RIGHT PRICE
at the RIGHT TIME
Our Greatest Offer of Men's Suits
At different times the "Young Men's Shop" has offered you some great values
?these are WONDERFUL!
Today you will find other stores asking $30.00 and $35.00 for the same class of
garments. You may see the same woolens from which they are made?exact pat
terns and qualities?displayed by tailors in this neighborhood, and their prices are
$45.00 and $50.00. _
It sounds like exaggeration, but your eyes and your knowledge of goods will
convince you instantly that we have not "stretched the truth."
This is our first fall season, and we are bringing our store to your notice by
offering NOW?at the very beginning of the season?bargains such as you never
see except possibly the last week or two of the season, when broken sizes are be
ing closed out.
The range in styles, patterns and colors is too great for description. They are
beautiful suits, of beautiful materials?made under our direct supervision and em
bodying all the value that is put into suits selling at $30.00 and $35.00.
13191321 F Street
!061 =2071
Park Road
Facing Rock Creek Park.
A Suburban Home in Town.
Take Connecticut avenue cars to Pari:
road and walk west to the park.
Price, $6,250
r Reasonable Cash Payment.
Terms *i $48.50 Monthly,
Including All Interest.
The picturesqueness of the im
mediate locality of these resi
dences forms as charming a setting
as can be found in Washington.
A better finished or constructed
house would be hard to hnd.
IMdaigl k Stanon, lie.
Ton large rooms; two baths: two sleeping: porches;
hot-water heat; open fireplaces; oak floors; large Owner, Rlfflo* I4tll & G.
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PLUNGES OFF BRIDGE
AND FOUR ARE INJURED
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Automobile aud Occupants Drop
Twenty Feet Into Water Near
Barn's Horn Inn.
Misa Lillian Burgess and Miss Emma
Pumphrey, residing at lolO Dth street
northwest, and Jules Henderson and
George Mueller, residents of Southeast
Washington, were painfully injured last
night when an automobile in which they
were riding turned turtle after crashing
through the rail of tlio bridge over
Northwest branch, near Ram's Horn Tun,
Queen Chapel road, between Hyattsville
and Brookland. The automobile dropped
nearly twenty feet to the branch, and
the four occupants were thrown into the
shallow water. They were taken to Cas
ualty Hospital.
Occurs About Midnight.
The accident occurred about 12 o'clock,
while the four young people were return
ing from a visit tft Hyattsville. Surgeons
at the hospital first knew of the accident
when the young women reached there in
a taxicab. The taxicab returned for the
young men. but an automobile patrol
wagon reached the place ahead of it and
cut on? of the inen. The other was
brought to the city in the taxi.
Miss Burgess received h coinoouud frac
ture of her left leg, and was suffering
from shock. Miss Humphrey received
no fractures, but was suffering from
shock and nervousness.
Mueller received a fracture of the right
arm at the wrist, and seems also to have
received internal injuries. The extent of
his Injuries could not be determined today.
Henderson received a dislocation of his
right arm and a number of bruises.
A few minutes before the accident
occurred the automobile passed Ram's
Horn Inn on its way to the city. Charles
Anderson and Charles Joy, residents of
Bladensburg, on their way home, heard
the splintering sound of the automobile
tearing away the side of the bridge,
which was followed by the crash of the
overturned car falling on the stones in
the bed of the branch.
Go to the Kescue.
Hurrying to the scene of the accident,
Anderson and Joy heard the screams of
the young women. They procured a
lantern and soon wcrt at the branch.
The four victims of the accident had
managed to get out of the water. Miss
Burgess, who was unable to walk, being
assisted by those who were not so seri
ously hurt.
Frank J. Stump, driving a taxicab,
came along and took charge of the
young women, hurrying tliem to the hos
pital. Mueller and Henderson were as
sisted to the Ham's Horn Inn, where
they were cared for until they eould be
brought to the city. Dr. Latimer of
Hyattsville giving lirst aid to Mueller.
Miss Burgess formerly resided in War
renton, Va., while relatives of Miss
Pumphrey reside at 1300 Ulst street
northwest. It was stated at the hos
pital today that the injured probably
will recover.
AMUSEMENTS.
Sothern-Marlowe.
A beautiful rendition of "Much Ado
About Nothing" was given by the
Sothern-Marlowe company at the Be
lasco Theater last evening. Miss Mar
lowe seemed at her best In the role of
Beatrice, with its variant moods and
bubbling gayety. As Benedick, Mr.
Sothern's dignity, polish and grace,
tempered with the characteristics of
his experience, gave a delightful finish
to th? role. Frederick Lewis was ex
cellent as Don Pedro, and Miss Helen
Singer a fair realization of Bianca.
Others of the cast whose capable ren
NE of the most
prominent real
estate firms in
Washington has an
opening for two or
three good salesmen.
A 11 applications,
which will be treated
as entirely confiden
tial, must give ex
perience and refer
ences. Address Box
101, Star office.
LaughHn as Katberine de Vaucelles
were good, and J. S. Crawley, Ina Gold
smith, Frank Kertrand. Sidney Mather,
Walter Connolly and I-ark Taylor no
tably competent in minor purts. To
night "Macbeth'* will be t>layed, and
tomorrow night "The Merchant of
ditions of their respective roles lent | Venice."
charm to the performajicw were Miss i
charm to the performanc
Emelie Eggen. as Margaret; Lark Tay- J
lor, as Leonato; John S. O'Brien, as
Claudio; Sidney Mather, as Don John;
William Harris, as Antonio; J. Sayer
Crawley, as Borachio; Walter Connolly,
as Conrade; Frank Bertrand, as Friar
Francis; Thomas Louden, as Verges,
and George W. Wilson, as Dogberry.
In costume and in scenic accompani
ment "Much Ado About Nothing" will
rank with the best of the plays of the
week. j
At the matinee. Mr. Sothern's dashing
impersonation of Francois Villon, in
Justin Huntley McCarthy's romantic
gem. "If 1 Were King." showed a
marked advance toward that perfec
tion which makes an audience feel a ?
wish to gratify the ambition of the fas
cinating roysterer to wear the crown.
The supporting cast was admirable,
with George W* Wilson's portrayal of
Louis XI a notable feature. Miss Singer
as Hugette and Miss Millicent Mc
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"Lavender and Old Lace.
"Lavender and Old Lace," which comes
to the Academy for a week's engagement
starting next Monday night, is from the
pen of the . late Myrtle Reed. The
dramatization is by David Fischer. Ann
Hamilton, who plays the leading role,
portrays the beautiful sentiment of
mother-love, and a womanly devotion to
a dead love and a single living hope. The
usual popular price matinees will be
given Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
James H. Fuertes of New York, en
gineer in charge of the new water supply
for Cumberland, Md., has been appointed
consulting engineer for the new water
works to be Installed for Winnipeg. Mani
toba.
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You know the unmatchable Paul von Armburg
Serges and the famous "Chatterton" English Over
coatftigs. EVERY fastidious dresser does!
For months we've been after the manufacturers
of these statfdard fabrics?trying our utmost to get
a cut price on just one lot of each. But our offer was
so low we hardly hoped for an acceptance.
We've got them! At last! And here's a phe
nomenal bargain offer that will make our customer?*'
heads swim.
Custom-Tailored to Your Measure
At
"Paul YOi Armtarg" Serge
Suit, Regular Value, $30
At
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tare "Chatterton" Overcoatings
ReguBar Price, $25
Your choice of "Armburg" Suit in blue or black;
"Chatterton" Overcoat in oxford or black. Won
derful values! Order immediately, to insure your
self these extraordinary bargains.
We've just secured a small lot of high-grade suit
ends, well varied in weaves and colors, that we'll
make up for first comers at Srj.oo. Actual values ?
up to $25.00.
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Newcoro & Green,
Merchant Tailors.
F STREET N.W. ?
Open Saturday Evenings.
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New Hampshire
Avenue NoW0
Between Shepherd k Taylor Sts.
Six rooms, tiled bath, hot-water heat, sleeping porch,
concrete cellar, scrvant'.s toilet, washtrays, electric light,
hardwood trim, double oak floors, gas logs, handsome fix
tures, deep lot to alley.
Terms, $500 Cash
and $27.50 Monthly.
Including All Interest.
To inspect take 9th st. car to Georgia avc. and Taylor
st*. walk two blocks east.
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$3,97.
MIDDAUGH & SHANNON. Inc.,
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Owner, 205 Colorado JMdg., 14th and <i Sts.
"Xo place like home: 110 home like ours."
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Inspect Todlay Open Until 9 P.WL
First "Tim? Offered.
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Mo, 6211 to 617
St. NJE. -
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Most convenient location
in the city. Only, a few-min
utes' walk from the Ijnion
Station, Capitol, Senate and
House Office Buildings,
Congressional Library and
all car lines. Big bargains.
Balance Mcntkiy
Six rooms and bath; hardwood finish throughout; hard
wood floors; electric lights; large lots; double porches; Hol
land window shades; side-oven gas range; large closets;
pantry; hot-water heat; room for garage. These houses will
sell quickly.' Inspect today. Open Sunday.
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-1314 F St. N.W. or 7th and H Sts. NJS.
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