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House & Herrmann, Seventh and I Streets. Pi-, ill! ill! !! f f'hutograpliic Reproduction:-. J Truly Colonial. I he resources of this store are limited only bv the market itself. * w The best that is produced has its conspicuous place here. The re vivals of early periods and the must acceptable of modern design are set before >ou at rational prices?not inflated by exclusive ness?based 011 intrinsic value and buying facility. This suite is a splendid type of Colonial design ? and skilled workmanship. The carving deco ration is in perfect harmony with tlje lines of model. Of unusually generous size?carefully selected mahogany?and every detail be tokens quality of material and linish. Dresser, Chiffonier, Catalogued at Si50. we mark Catalogued at S125, we mark $108 $90 Pilrce Anew Car A Pierce-Arrow, properly handled, does ? * not "wear out". r. F05S-HUGHES COMPANY Washington, 1220 Connecticut avenue ltuiadelphia, Market at ilst Providence, ?06 Elm wood avenue Baltimore. 8io North Charlec street Wilmington. Gilpin avenue and Jackson Newport. I as<ino Teirace t : t \Jl/ Twenty-five Dollars will buy a magnificent Diamond Ring? >Oc a week. \\ e have never before been able to offer such sterling values as these Diamond Kings at $25. If you contemplate the purchase of a Diamond King of assured value, either tor personal use or for gift purposes, now is the time to buy. Our stocks of jewelry are most complete just now?right before the Christmas holiday season. Come in and examine our Dia mond Kings at $25. You may pay for a Diamond King, or any other purchase up to $25', at the "rate of 50c a week. CfeHuifi'S Mill mgSSS. Ceremony Performed Aboard the Yacht of Wealthy The atrical Magnate. The marriage of B. F. Keith, the wealthy theatrical magnate and pro prietor of the B. F. Keith Theater in this city, and Miss Ethel Bird Chase, daughter of Plimpton B. Chase, former proprietor of the local playhouse, was celebrated at 6 o'clock last evening in the cabin of the groom's yacht, the Nahmcyoka, at the foot of 12th street, ?>> the Rev. I*. G. B. Pierce, former ? liaplaiii of the United States Senate i and pastor of All Souls' Unitarian I Church. At 9 o'clock the yacht Sailed with the newly wedded couple for : Miami, Flu., where the winter w ill !<? Client. I There were present at the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beverly Chase, the j brother of the bride, who had been mar ried to Miss Ruth Caroline Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myer Cohen of this city, at 4 o'clock, at Mr. Cohen's residence, 2146 Wyoming avenue, by the same minister; Mr. and Mrs. Plimp ton B. Chase and Mr. and Mrs. Myer Cohen. Paul Keith, son of the groom, who had been telegraphed to join his father in Washington, arrived too late to be present at the ceremony. Mrs. I Allan Monroe Shepard and Mrs. Fet Iteroft, friends of Aliss Chase, also were of tin- party. Yacht Is Bechristened. Following the wedding on the yat-ht a wedding dinner was served and the 'yacht was rechrlstened the llildebreth. an anagram composed of the given I names of tlio young bride. Ethel Bird. I "Mr. Keith's age, as given by Mr. Cohen, who obtained the marriage li censc yesterday, is sixty-seven years and that of his bride twenty-six. He is the owner of at least thirty theaters, which bear his name, and is accounted a multimillionaire. He has been an Ultimate friend of the bride's fatlier I since long before the latter forsook the practice of the law in Ohio to himself enter the theatrical business. And when Mr. Chase and his family re moved to Washington in 1H00 Mr. Keith was an occasional visitor to their home on Massachusetts avenue. I It was through Mr. Keitli, it is said, [ that Air. Chase was subsequently elected president of the National Asso i ciation of Vaudeville Theater Owners j when Mr. Keith retired from the office. Became Teacher in School. Miss Chase became a student on her arrival here at the Friends Select School. In this school she formed a close friend ship with Miss Julia P. Maderia, then a teacher there. On graduation Miss I Chase entered Byrn Mawr College to be graduated with honors in pedagogics four years later. Whc n hor education I was completed Miss Madeira and she made a tour of fiurope together. M.ss ?Madeira had decided to open ,a school of her own. and Miss Chase became a teacher in this school. She took but lit tle part in the social life of the capital, and her circle of friends here was limited. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beverlv Chase, whose wedding is believed 'to have hastened that of Mr. Keith and Miss .'hase, plan to return to this city after their honeymoon and take up their residence with the parents of Mrs. Chase. Their wedding was quietly cele brated, oniy the members of the im mediate families being present Mrs. Chase is beautiful and accomplished, and has been an intimate friend of Miss Chase, now Mrs. Keith, since their schooldays at Miss Madeira's academy. Mr. Chase is a member of the senldr^ law class in Georgetown University, a graduate of the University of Pennsyl vania of the class of 1911, a member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternitv and of j the Chevy Chase Club. I NEGRO SLAYER ADMITS SECOND-DEGREE MURDER ?lonzo Stevenson Confesses to Court He Killed John Ham mond. Before a jury could be completed this morning to try him on a charge of first degree murder in causing the death of John Hammond last July, Alonzo Steven son. colored, entered a plea of guilty of murder in the second degree. The prose cuting officers agreed to the acceptance of the plea, and Chief Justice Clabaugli, after dismissing the eleven jurors in the box and discharging the tifty talesmen summoned to complete the panel, re manded Stevenson to jail to await sen tence. The minimum penalty under the law for murder in the second degrree is imprison, ment for twenty years in the peniten tiary. The maximum penalty is life im prisonment. Stevenson was a waiter at the Chicago Hotel, and Hammond, a white man, was being served in the cafe. A quarrel arosj and the negro was severely beaten. He went away and securing a knife after ten minutes returned to the restaurant. He stabbed the guest in the back and head. Hammond died at a hospital with in the hour. Attorneys M. E. O'Brien and A. W. s>cott appeared for the prisoner. United Mates Attorney Wilson and Assistant United States Attorney Hawken conduct ed the prosecution. LAUREL RACING ENTRIES. Special Dispatch to The Star. REE PARK, Md.. October 30.?Rac ing entries for tomorrow follow: First race, for three-year-olds and up i uard, selling; six furlongs.?Oolliwozg, IvabeL Royal Meteor and Flying Yankee. liJ: Moncreif, 110; *Triiler. 102; Batwa. U*..: T.a.ce, 107; Chemulpo and Star Gift 2. j4'heater Krum, 115; Blackford, 112: i Lady Lightning. lo7; Chenault. 106; Homecrest. 115; Feather Duster and Edith i Inez, 112; Vested Rights. 107. Second race, for two-year-olds: maid en*; rive and one-hair' furlongs.?Sir Cale | dore, Tandstickor. Duke Hal. .J. B. May iiW* Blng -Marshal, High Priest. Harebell, Suwanee. and Helen M 107 each; Bolter. Maxim's Choice and Cant Ben, 110 each. Third race, for three-year-old*, and up; ?nt' and seventy yards? ?Towton Field, H*>; Brush, loS; "Supersti tion ill: ? Hanson. 101: Lord Elam. Ill; f u- lV,1,'' ,U.i; Hom,it" Eloise, 111: Ardelon. * klla wane, lu'l; Jonquil. 1D.J: \lui LSS5tf .111^".VftfTrB,OH> lo:!: Adylante, 111: i hi wall. 106; -J. H. Houg'iton. ltit>; Miss iJonan, ill; "Haldeman, 10V: Goldy, 10S. !? ourth race, for tliree-year-olds and up* the American Grand National handicap! one and one-eighth miles?Flying Fairy. vVfi 2,', J*/ 'V5! Adam# Express. 1-4, Buskin, lo4; Lahore, 117; Barnegat, Fifth nice, for two. year-ol^s; eellinr: SVe ^ furlong#?Belle El Mahdi. 102; Violet May, 107; 'Drawn, ?3; Harvest Queen. 98; Lady Qrapt. 104; "Trade Mark. 10*; Hudas Brother. 108; "Beau Pere. Iva Mordecai. 107; 'Harebell. S>7; Penniless' 107; Ortyx. 111. Sixth race, for all ages: maidens and winners of one race oniy; one mile ?Sunanilt. Lamb's Tail, 104; "Bry navia, 112; Old Hank, 110; "The Urchin ?6; Sir Dawn, 117; "Mimesis, 112; Bat tling Nelson. J?7; Xo Manager. 101 ? Nosredna, 117; "Turkey in the Straw! 10&. > ?Apprentice allowance claimed. Wtitbof cleajri i**t$ How's Your Liver? E. Z. Tablets - A most reliable remedy for ailments of i the liver. For prompt relief of headaches, | indigestion, constipation and other ailments j M caused by faulty liver action. 100 Little Chocolate Tablets, 25c The Rexait Drug ston?e, 904 F STREET N.W. Don't Dare Neglectfa Coughs ^ Relieve ttoi dbfioralcCt Sand avottr. tit' serious- 'complications* a neglected often leads to. by usipg % * ? 4 ? Hall's Cherry Expectorant. We sell more of it than all other cough t syrups combined. F.ach bottle contains more than most cough remedies at the same pric\ We guarantee it to relieve yo\jr cough or ey back. * : ? ' * More of Those Wonderful Bargains : m!"ey Today, Friday and Saturday ,, "nces> 25c and 50c the Bottle. Housedeaning Needs For the fall clean i rig ?use our Bed Hug Killer; it is surf death; Corro sive Sublimate. Wood Alcohol and Carbolic Acid. T? dissolves the eggs ami kills tin.: insects. A pint bottle and a brush to apply i! with ;*>c Poternmn's Roach Food, 15c cans 9c Peterman's Liquid Discovery. 25c cans 16c 10c Black Flag Insect Powder..7c Crude CarboHc Acid, pt. bottle..l0c | Chloride Lime, 1-ib. cans. .8c 23c Egyptian Deodorizer; per fumes the house, destroys cook ing odors lsc sunny Monday Soap, 3 cakes 10c Household Ammonia, extra strong, bottle 5c fon't Let the Roaches Get a Start Begin Now With Roach Knocker. !t kills Roaches, Water- ll?}/* bugs and Ants. Large box.. u AROMOFORM. The best antiseptic deodorant. Destroys unhealthful odors. Bot tle 25e American Rat and Roach Paste. .16c 15c Rough on Rats 8c Swift's Pride Cleanser. Cleans, scours, scrubs and polishes. g ? loc cans Fels-Naptlia Soap. 5c bars, 7 for Corns Cured While You Sleep. Korn Paint Does the trick. Just paint it on Patent Remedies Reduced. 25e Danderine 14c .H?c Danderine I!1? ?1.00 Danderine '>"?c 2T>e Llstcrinc Crftc Llsterine 31c 11.00 I.tsterlne* Wk? 25c Dioxogen ISc 25c Sal Hepatica 19c &0c Father John's Remedy 34c $1.00 Scott's Emulsion ?K?c $1.00 Dr. Pierce's Prescription?GPc $1.00 Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery 69c $1.00 Wampole's Tasteless Prepara tion of Cod Liver (The Orig inal) 69c $1.00 H. S. Wampole's Palatable Preparation of the Extract of of Cod Liver Oil Compound?35c 25c. Glyco Thymollne 18c 50c Glyco Thymollne ..35c $1.00 Glyco Thymolinc ??c 25c Mentholatum 12c 50c California Syrup Figs 31c 35c Fletcher's Caatoria 21c 50c Liebig's Beef 35c 50e Armour's Beef "le 25c Oxo Beef Cubes 15c 35c Steero Beef Cubes 25c ?"?0c Phillips' Milk Magnesia 33c $1.00 Gray's Glycerine Tonic 75c 50c Parisian Sage Ilair Tonic l'.3c $1.00 Pinaud's Hair Tonic 69c 50c Pinaud's Hair Tonic 33c Sanatogen, small.... 79c Sanatogen, medium $1.65 Sanatogen, large '. $3.25 Horllck's Malted Milk, hos pital sire $3.00 25c Musterole 18c 25c Musterated Camphorline 15c Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco. Lovera (la rosa porf.); regular price. 20c; cut to 2 for 25c; bo\ ol 2.%. $3.00. Lovera (diplomatico). 10c; bo\ ol 60, $4.35. Lovera (londres). 7c; box of 100. $6.00. Factory Smokers. 2 for 5c; 12 for 25c; box of 50, $1. Cadet Safety Razor Sets. <? Blades. Shaving Bruaii and Shaving Powder, com- 98c Toilet: Articles Reduced. Walnutta Hair 8l?lnv,..., 75?* EmpreKS Mmr T?ye. .\ .'. . $1 D> I?>\ Hair I've, "5e 1?. A II. roltl rrcam... N'udlnola Cream.. it Speiser's Skin Lotion. We recommend this prepara tion to all who seek clear, healthy skin. It is particularly effective when used in cases of weeping eczema, where the head, face, neck, hands, feet and other parts of the body are affected. Regular application of this lotion three times a day pro duces wonderful results. TWO SIZES. >oc and $1.00 IF No Cost to You. If Rexall Kidney Treatment does not relieve you o,f your kidney i trouble, we want you to come back lor your money. Rexall Kidney Treatment lias proven in scorcs of cases all around you to be splendidly efficient in all forms of kidney trouble. Prices, 50c and 79c Bottle. Soap Reduced. 10c Renaissance Soap, 3 bars in box ISc loe Physicians and Surgeons' Soap, bar 6c COLGATE'S :r.l , Oatmeal SOap. Brown Windsor. Honey y Lilac ' White Clematis....j Bay Rum 2tc 25c Resinol Soap 17c 25c Packer's Tar Soap 14c 20c 4711 Glycerine Soap, 3 bars...3Uc 25c Cashmere Bouquet Soap, 3 bars *i9c 15c Williams' Jersey Cream Soap. 3 bars ->2c Harmony Glycerin Trans parent Soap; rose and vio let; a half pound |?? bar 4711 Verdura Glycerin Soap T>Hc 4 cakes in one bar 1 10c Lana Oil Buttermilk and Gly cerin Soap. 3 cakes tic 5c Life Buoy Soap, 3 cakes 11c 10c Jergen's A'iolet Glycerin Soap, 3 cakes 29c lb. 19c Adams' Chewing Gum 1 Beeman's Chewing Gum... | Wrigley's Spearmint Gum. t Chiclets > S. B. Cough Drops ! Mint Jujubes Dean's Cough Drops J 5 c University Club, sure to please. 3 for 10r while they last; 8 for 25c; box of 50. $1.50. Queen of Hearts. another dandy made to sell for 6c; cut to 3 for 10c; S for 25c; box of 60. $1.50. Bix Six Stogie, 3 for 5c; 9 for ISc; box of 50. $1. Flor de Manuel Con. Perf., regu lar price. 10c; cut to 7c; 4 fer 35c; box of 60, $3. Z1 Kora, regular pffce, 3 for 25c; cut price, 5c; box of 50. $2.25. Free to Men. $1.00 Dixon Razor Hone free with Rexall Shaving Stick, Powder or tl (ft ? Cream... 1 l?a Gareita, 10c size cut to 6c; box of 60. $2.75. Mi Isabella (regalia), regulav price, 3 for 25c; cut pricc, 5c: box of 50 for $2.25. Meehan's Razor Strops. Strops most any blade. Reg ular price, $2. Sale ^|] (| :.ok 26c Mum. 50c Viola Creaiu... 5?e Malvlna Cream. ? ? ? ? ? ? . U-o ! .34e .u?<r~ . Jt>c ? 3C*. Dqcs Your Skin Chap? Tender skin* do i?- such weather as this, but Handy Lotion soothes and heal* rough, chapped ikln. Try ? bottle to day. - - ample siM ties. 30c. . .? 19c; farpo bot . Isabella (rothschllds) 10c cigar, cut to 6c; box of 50, $2.76. Isabella (impefiales). 10c cigar, cut to 7c; 4 for 25c; bos^ of 25 for $1.50. $>-.oo GILLETTE SAFETY RAZORS Cut to Isabella (superiors), regular price. 2 for 25c; cut to 7c; box of 50. $3.25. La Carolina Perfecto, regular price, 25c. Corona, regular price. 25c. Henry Clay, regular price. 25c. Bock, regular prjee, 25c. Garcia, regular price. 25c. Komeo and Juliet, regular price, 25c. CUT PRICE. 1 Sc. BOX OF 25 FOR $4.IS. lO $3.69. a Blades... 1 doz. Gillette Blades 76c la doz. Gillette Blades 40c $1.00 Eveready Safety Razor cut to 69c Hoyo de Monterey, regular price, 25c; cut to 19c; box of 25, $4.75. La Carolina Pcrf., Manuel Garcia, Bock, Romeo and Juliet. Bock Panatella, Regular pricc. 15e. CUT TO 11c; BOX OF 60. $5.48. Corona (belvederes), rearular ! price, 20c; cut to 14c; box of 25 for ? $3 25. 25c Anti-cor Safety | Corn j 9C , Sanitary Wash Cloths, Six in a sealed t] ~ package u ^ 50jj t^inthrox fhampeo.-.. 73e JkiorcoUzed Tl'ax ^ vfl' 50c Hinds' Hency and Almond Cream T -. I. Peroxide Creams, For Rough Skin and Tan. 25c Jars, 15c. 35c Jergen's Benzoin and Almond Razors J Lotion 25c Packer's fharm.. 25c Holmes' Frostilla. 50c Pompeian Cream.. ... % . 1?c ISc ...... 3 tc Bock Culebras. regular price, per bundle. 6Ue; our pricc, 50e; box of 50, $7.50. Sullivan's 7-20-4 (londres and per fecto). cut to 7c; box of 50. $3.25. Waitt & Bond (Blackstone), ! (londres), 7c: box of 50, $3.26. Blackstone Juniors, a fine 5c cigar, 7 for 25c; box of 100, $3.50. Pure. Fresh Candies Just Received.* Park & Tilford's in half and one pound boxes. Old-fashioned Whipped Cream Chocolates, pound 21 e Chocolate Sponge, 1-lb. boxes..32c Delatour Chocolates; a 60c candy for 32c Have you tried our high- j grade Chocolates in bulk,? A large assortment to se- i lect from at Waitt & Bond Totem. 5c cigar, 6 for 25c; box of 50, $2. ? L A Table Luxury? French Olive Oil / ? t ; Absolutely Pure. It is made from the first pressing of carefully selected imported olives. Quart bottles, / during this sale COC Lovera (imperlales), regular price, 2 for 25c; cut to 3 for 35c: box of 100. $7.50. ?il- - Drugs and Home Remedies. Leander, a fine smoke; 12 in a tin box. Special. 35c. El Am?dor; I] Special. 3Sc. in a tin box. El B'Uio Havana Trians-ulars; 5 in a buntile. 15c; box of (ft). $1.45. El vaeo; Ave in a box of 25,.for 73c.. All ponuiar brands . smokintr t^baceo cut to 3 for 25c. Soap Bark, in 1-oz. pack ages; 3 for l<0c Seidlitz Powders. MaUe freali every day; box ISc Catnip, in 1-os. packages; 8 for HOc Migraine bottle Tablets; 100 in Essence ounces ... of Peppermint, 2 12c Lady Webster After Din- 11 (TJ^ ner Pills: 100 in bottle Ie 15c* I pl?l ? ?*..................... ?r* v**- -ff? CaM8B?*?aitt a -'?7; '-j -tflc . . y-.c*"' t : ; ?Ssi ?.sr. A.pin,i t 42c i li 8 1 ? ? & ? piS~ caiaBit^-sti Soda Tablets; 1| K/4 m-v. .T^rr^ m * *?"II ?uiy stren?tli >-400 in bottle.... u All noDular brands nf 5-cent jj Soda. cifcarettes cut to fi for 25c. ' KP? Effervescent P h o s p hate Pound bottle -gr. Aspirin Tablets; 100 in R/fV. bottle Arts . Lltt'e Lover: La Plaze ... T Ttesulnr ""c; cut ? . unee. EPSOM SALTS, pound Sc li 5-gr. Asafoctida Tablets; 100 in bottle 35c WovM Ben- I 1 ?^ul;r. Huffman Hoim- hv- wit Tellonettes ' Oloriflers J PrKe 2(Q)c 20-MT-LE-TEAM BORAX, in the original 1-lb. box ?I'ice. Hie 9c S A L - A MMONIAC, enouifh for 4 batteries. 1-lb.. II li-gr.; 100 in bot tle 25c LiWseed1 Oil, ptiit bottlr.,K)C it Nayurals Royal Nestors Futima Zubelda Omar .. Satin... Harem '1 12c ~ PwfeTJum Camphor lb ..4i?c !j 1'rude Carbolic Acid. 1 pint 10c 25c .. .Rhinitis Tablets: 100 in hot- fl ,ile ?<.... ? Alophen Pills 3?c Compound Licorice Powder, 1 -lb. box j Aromatic Fluid Extract Cas cara Sagrada; 4-oz. bottle 25c 5-gr. Salicylate Soda Tab lets. 100 in bottle * | , Mosrul Mvtrnd Melichrino tl Tl rv 1 Eevptienne Luxur>* U .11 |j Unin I. Mikiroll' M ; He Li<iuid Soda Mint, for sick, sour stomachs; pint hot- ll^C 2-gr. dozen Quinine Capsules; 1 5c M Doubled Distilled lixtract Witch Hazel; pint bot tle M-gr. Quinine Capsules; dozen 7c ROCKVtLLE AND CDUN1Y NEWS HAND NOTES Washington Firm Gets Road Contract?School Hearing November 6. ???. Special C*>rretfpond?iic? of TThe Star. ROCKVILLE, Md, October o?>, 1913. The county commissioners have award ed to the Warren F. Brenizer Com pany of Washington the contract for the construction of a pike from Rock vine to Potomac, a distance of five and two-fifth miles, for *42,387. One-third of the cost will be paid by the Rood roads department of the Department of Agri culture, out of Maryland's share of the appropriation for experimental road building, and the remainder equally by state and county. About 200 patrons of Poolesville public school attended a meeting there last evening to discuss improvements of school conditions generally in that sec tion. Addresses were delivered by De vvalt J. Willard, president of the board of county public school commissioners; Prof. Earle B- Wood, county superin tendent of schools, and Robert W. Stout, principal of the Poolesville school. The county commissioners have fixed ] Thursday. November <>, for hearing a . discussion of a proposition that the com ! missioners borrow a sufficient sum, es t U mated at $20.<hk>. to keep the public j schools of the county open the full term of nine months. It was announced by the school commissioners that the amount of money available for the schools this year is insufficient by about ??>.000 to meet the actual expenses of keeping the schools open for nine months. The hear ing will be held at the request of the Bethesda Civic Federation. Joint Birthday Celebration. The birthday anniversaries of Police Justice Mace and Charles A. Clagett fall ing upon the same day, a joint celebra tion was held at the Clagett home near Rockvllle. It took the form of an oyster roast, and was attended by twenty-five guests. One of the best attended democratic meetings of the campaign was held at Galthersburg. Claude W. Owen presided tddrcsecs were ma*5 >y Manton M. WjrveU and Charles C. Frost el .Wa#^ A ington, and Dr. Eugene Jones, Andrew J. Cummings, Eugene H. Waters and John A. Garrett of this county. Albany R. Smith, sou of "Gypsy" Smith, the evangelist, and himself en gaged in similar work, lectured in the i Southern M. E. Church last evening be fore an audience that filled the edifice. His subject was "From Gypsy Tent to Pulpit." Proposed Purchase of Turnpike. Chairman Weller of the state roads commission has announced the consum mation of the purchase by the commis- i sio:1 of tiie sixteen miles of the Union ? t" npi'.i - extending from the District of ' Cclui ?'?ia line t?; Cmey, by way of Silver hprius, Xorbeek and Oakdale, and from j Olney to Ashton by way of Sandy Spring, the price being $20,000. Chairman Wel ler has also announced that the work of resurfacing the pike will be started next week, and the commission hopes to finish about five miles before the bad weather sets in. The cost of improving the road will be about $5,000 a mile. All tollgates will be abolished. Included in Purchase. i included in the property bought by the commission are rrntals from leases of rights of way to an electric railway com- [ pauy which amount to *255 a year. The other nine miles of the Union turn pike. which extend from Olney to Brookeville and from Sandy Spring to Ednor, will be bought by the county for |5,000 and Improved and maintained at County expense. William F. Sandredge of Doylesville, Va., and Miss Cora Belie Madison of Mount Fair, Va., were married in Rock vllle Monday afternoon by Rev. Samuel R. White. George Grennol of Bethesda. this ceun- i tv, who was arrested several days ago on '? a charge of an attempted serious offense ! against Nellie Lowe, aged ten years, , daughter of Mrs. L?ura. Lowe, of Be- , thesda, waived a hearing before Judge 1 Arthur M, Mace in the police court herr Tuesday, and Judge Mace fixed bail at $250. It is charged that Grennel attacked the child in the Lowe home, where he was a boarder, last Saturday. General and Social Items. The Rockville Home and Sehooi Club has decided upon a tag day as a means of raising funds for the improvement of the playgrounds of the Rockvllle High School. The day selected is Saturday. November 1, op which day several thou sand persons are expected to be in Rock vilie to attend a democratic rally to be addressed by Secretary of State Bryan, Senator Key Pitman and others. Miss Etta McConchie of Arlington, Va., and Murray Randa.ll of Potomac, this county, were married in Rockville yes terday afternoon, leaving for Washing-1 ton* immediately afterward. A license to marry has been issued here to Sterling E. P$y and MU"? Madge L. Mulllnix, both of Damascus, this county. FLETCHER IS HE-ELECTED Again Heads Southern Com mercial Congress?Dele- - gates to Visit Panama. ? Pari* | ?i MOBILE. Ala.. October 30.?'The sev enth convention of the Southern Commer cial Congress was brought to a close last night after the election of a directorate, composed of many new members, and the adoption of resolutions on important sub jects. Senator Duncan U, Fletcher of Florida was re-elected president and Dr. Clarence J. Owens managing director. About forty of the delegates will start today on a trip to'.the Panama, canal. Chief aniqpg^ftte resolutions adopted v.'fcs one intruding the directors of the congress to begin tit once a. systematic propaganda aiming at diverting to south ern ports trade made possible by the opening of the Panama canal. Another resolution urges the United States Congress to put into effect as soon as practicable a system of rural credits. Cotton Statistics Asked. The federal government is called upon in another resolution to furnish early in each year the cotton spindle capacity of the country. The congress also urged that cotton bfc graded at the gin under federal supervision, and that bonded warehouse receipts ce given certifying the correct weight and grade of the product. Other resolutions favored municipal wliarvee, upbuilding of the merchant ma rine, backed the American Bar Asso ciation in its plan to arrange some plan to shorten litigation and favored correct vital statistics. The new directors include: Virginia, Thomas S. Southgate, J. D. Eggleston; Maryland, Clarence J. Owens, Charles Carroll; West Virginia, Gus Northeott, J. D. Oglesby; District of Columbia. Wil liam II. Saunders. The last session of the congress w?s featured by an address of Representa tive Richmond Pearson llobson, who re iterated liis plea for a larger navy. tteui york UJa*hin$ton ilulius (SarfinklciCo. Dresses An exhibit of Dresses that will please discriminating women. The most noted makers of New York and Paris are repre sented in this charming display. Exquisite model Dresses in a wide range of exclusive styles are shown, v - *? v.W "A**" ?* ? ?? Also unusually beautiful Dresses for morning, afternoon and evening wear. These Dresses were made especially for us - by the noted dressmakers of New Yorfei They are exceptionally attractive at $18.50. $25.00, $28.50. . $35.00.: $45.00, $>5.00, $65.00 and $78.>0. * ?' % Your inspection is invited. ? ?' jr- * mm, F Street, Comer Thirteenth. t y t <? I X " t * I I 1 I II i E. D. King, appointed from New York, wag readmitted as a midshipman of the Naval Academy Wednesday. Young King was formerly m member of the pres ent third class. S*nfnet for Shoe Dealers. Members of the Shoe Retailers' Asso ciation of Baltimore will be the guests 1 of the s*hoe section of the Retail Mtr? |chants' Association of Washington at a 'banquet tonight at the New Kbbitt. Ar-^ rangements ^or tlie affair have been made by a committee headed by Joseph btras burHr, chairman of the shoe secftioh Horry W. Hahn is chairmen of tin, re ception committee. Socersl olHcers of the NutJontJ Shoe Retailers' Association are expected te he present, Commissioner Newman is scheduled to make a short address. The Presbyterian Synod of Virginia, comprising the churches in VUgiQia and the southern cliurcfc4s in West Virginia, at the meeting held recently in Dan ville decided to place the Presbyteries of Kanawha, Greenbrier and Tygart's Valley In a separate synod, to toe knows se the Synod of West Virflisis.