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SPECIAL SHCES.
WILL THE LADY WHO WAS IN AUTO
?which ran over lady at 21 st and P sta. on Thurs
day evening kindly communicate with Mr*. A.
H. TERRETT, Apt. 202, Pelbam Courts, 2113
P at. n.w. ? .
MEMBERS OF 1. O. O. V. OF OTHiR JURIS
dictions are requested to s*nd their nsme ana
address to FRANK E. RAPP, Grand Secretary.
OolumUan bldg.
ORDER OF TIIE EASTERN STAR?OUR MEM
bera are invited to participate In tl*? petrot lc
xnaas meeting, to l>e held tinder the auspices or
the allied branchr* of Masonry, st Convention
Sail, Saturday. November 24, next, 8 o cloca
p.m. Ton should attend.
BERTHA (J. HUDSON, Grand Matron.
JOSEPH H. MILAN8, Grand Patron.
Washington. i?. c.. November k>. wi'-r
The annual meeting of the ato?'kholder? of the
Columbia Title Insurance Company of the Pls
trlct of Columbia, for the purpose of electing
fifteen trustees of the company for the ensuing
5?ar, will be held at the office of the company,
o. 500 3th street northwest, on Monday. De
cember 17, 1017. The poll* will be open between
the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock p.m. The transfer
books will l>e closed ten days before said meet
tng. GEORGE G. M-ELWEK. Secretary. .
NEWSPRINT PAPER. CUT TO ANY SIZE, IN
any reasonable quantity. Reasonable price. Ap
ply PRESS ROOM. Star office.
THE ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
?f the Law Reporter Printing Company of Wash
ington city will l?e held at tiie office of the com
Kny, 518 5th st. n.w.. on Monday. December
, *1017. for the pnrpose of electing nine trustees
to aerve for the ensuing year. Polls open from
12 to 1 p.m. II. RANDALL WEED. Se-retary.
THE NURSES' EXAMINING BOARD OF TFTE
District of Columbia will hold an examination
for tbe registration of nurses Wednesday. De
cember 12. 1917. Application must be made be
fore November 2S to HELEN W. GARDNER,
R. N.. secretary and treasurer. 1337 K street.
ESTIMATES ON REMODELIN<I?ALL KINDS
?f repairing: garages; prompt service. F.
FONNEMANN. builder. 2611 Monroe st. n.e.
Phone N. 7S18. 26*
THE ORIGINAL SHADE SHOP
Is at 733 li!th st.
Don't c; nfused.
HempmN-r th<" number?733 12th.
" THE OLD-iiKM A 1:1 CARD PRINTERS
1213 Pa. ave. n.w.
Finest select!-...f individual Christmas cards, j
Be wise and order now. -'??
? n ?,,, RKI-R1GERATORS.
McCRAYXH? best made.;
McCray Refrigerator Co.,
6ii F St. N.W. Main 846.
At Ycsir Service
With Best Priirsiistg
ON TIME?ALL TIME.
Natrona! Capital Press
511 11th St. Plione M. ?.V?. <3 trunk lines.) j
Recruiting Many
?new customers daily through j
our Low Cash Prices. It'll!
pav vou to come here for
MILIAYORK AND LUMBER.
NEW YUKK AVE.
1C-x 1 r, 17 SEVENTH ST.
Booklets. Folders, Circulars.
?Tf you tv> r something different and superior j
In thes- lines, "nave the printing done at the
Bij; Print Shop.
JUDD & DETWEILER, INC.,
Tb* Big Print Shop. ll:b St.
P L UMBI XG ?
Skill, ingenuity, experience and "economy of
time" gu.irantee right service from
MAURICE I. roLRERT. SIM 1 >t M. ?>!?.
Come Direct to the Factory
for Your Window Shades.
The Shade Sr.op, gg
Mr. Business Man:
In these busy times, when service is so essen
tial. why not giv* your next job of sign work
to the Big Sign Shop (Inc.)?
A cantonment of Sign Painters.
I. S. GOLDSMITH. ? , ">rVi ct ri w
HARRY R. SMITH, 02~ I2ttl St" nW*
JOSEPH S. HAAS. Phone Main lo99.
C. S. HILBERT A- CO.
=TIN=ROOFS=
Should not be neglected?let ot'.r experts
repair and paint thfm witli our "FAMOUS
GRAFTONIC ROOF PAINT." Write or phone
and we will respond promptly. Estimates free.
Grafton & Son-, inc. *'t?Vbuh
"Roofing Experts." Phone M. 760
"I NEVER DISAPPOINT."
Best for Results?
?Use Adams Printing. It is high
jrade, but not high priced.
THE- SERVICE SHOP
BYROX S. ADAMS,
Leese Will Make the Kind
of Eyeglasses
i Yoia Need.
Blj, Modern Optical Factory
on the premises.
M. A. LEESE
PUT YOUR ROOF
?in good shape before big storms
come to ruin your plaster and paper.
You can depend on the "Ironciad Roof
ers" to give you a solid job, always.
fDfllNfCR A FT* i:?ona< C -? 33tb St. n w.
? Phono Mala 14.
RUSTY, LEAKY 1ROOFS
ARE EXPENSIVE
Have ns repair and paint tliem NOW. Store j
and furnace repairing. Winter is near at band. J
R. K. Ferguson, Iwu'm"
RAPID FIRING?A War Book.!
Pertinent points of information.
C. C. Pursell, &>7 G St.|
I Fbr The Boys Away ?
g AND p
All At Home E
Jf Y
Doll Hospital & Exchange!
We allow for Old Dolls on a?new one.
Bring them. Imported Dolls in stork.
DOLLS DOLLS
5. i. GotLLi-S. KW Uth N.W.?KMBOSSKD FIO
tores. In bright colors; snlmals, Chrlstxuas pic
tures, etc.; a million different kinds; you can
pall them to any part of the world.
BUY YOUR FURNITURE AND CAJKPETB AT
Kelson's Furniture Co.; save money; 4-plece bed
room suite, American walnut, $04; Xmas goods
ea display. SO% H n.e.
PALMISTRY.
MRS. KENNELEY.
Clairvoyant.
Bladings daily, 50 centa.
1008 8th st. n.w. 25*
MRS. R. LUSBY,
Office and res., 1019 nth N.W.
Scientific palmistry. Impressionsl card reading.
Beading*. SI and 92. Positively ladies only.
Open ontil 9:30; closed Sundays.
MBS. BROWN ELL. CLAIRVOYANT. TRANCB
?aedltfm: readings, $1 and $2. 906 Eye st. s.w.
Mala 8036. Hours. 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
IUL DAOUD, THE SCIENTIFIC PALMIST AND
VOCATIONAL ADVI8ER. Fee. $1. ONLY BY
APPOINTMENT. Phone North 1130. Btsdla.
MP Q st n.w.
Prof. Postel?Palmist-Astrologer.
JTsiMraowiitd PSYCHIC MEDIUM ud BUS.
Special Reading, 50c and $1.00.
004 14th at. n.w. (shore Eye).
3CAKE PLEA FOB. PRIVILEGE.
federal Employes Would Bay Sup
plies at Military Commissaries.
Permission for all federal employes to
troy foods, clothing and other goods at
Army and Navy commissaries is to be
asked by the Federal Employes' Union.
The organization, at its meeting last
Bight, voted to ask that Congress legis
late to place all civilian employes of the
government on the same footing as re
gards purchase of food, clothes and house- i
hold necessities as are soldiers, sailors
and marines. Efforts were made at the
meeting by the special committee which
investigated the matter to have the union
present petitions at once to Congress,
the Secretary of War and the Secretary of
the Navy, asking this privilege, but it
Was voted to refer the question to the
advisory committee for recommendation
BM to the proper course to pursue. The
ilttee is to report at the next meet
motion, also referred to the advisory
committee, asked for an investigation of
ftreet car service in the District of Co
lumbia, tbs allegation being made that
rush hours ia "execrably
Ion adopted a resolution lndors
campaign for congressional repre
- of the District of Columbia and
TODAY LAST DAY
. OF MELTING POT
Fund for Free Wool for Sol
diers' Comforts?Women
Are Gratified.
j Today is the last day of the melting pot
i at the residence of Mrs. Edson Bradley,
1328 Connecticut avenue, which has
throughout the week served as the recep
tacle for a variety of contributions ^f
old gold and silver given to establish a
fund for free wool for soldiers' woolen
comforts.
i The receipts have gratified the women
i in charge, members of a general supply
i committee which has established the fund
j and which includes a number of the wives
i of Army officers of high rank. They
I announce that more than $700 has been
j added to the fund through checks and
j cash contributions, and estimate that the
j intrinsic or artistic value of the things
I brought in will amount to several hun
| dred dollars more.
Purpose of Movement.
| The committee was formed and the fund
undertaken because it has been this fall
| so often brought to the attention of
j members, through their Army connections,
I that many troops, including regular sol-j
[ diers, are as yet inadequately provided j
with comforts, particularly sleeveless j
sweaters. To furnish with materials those
able to knit, but lacking the funds to
spend for wool, now several dollars a
pound, has been the idea.
Already the committee has received
through Miss Alma Kuggles, assistant
chairman, an organization offer to as
sist in making up the materials which
the fund will provide. It-comes from a
group composed of the young daugh
ters of Army officers here ranging from
12 to 16 years of age, which has been
devoting itself for some time to the
manufacture of comforts, such as
sweaters and mufllers. Their labors
have been brought to a standstill be
cause of the high price of wool, and
they are anxiously waiting the chance
for full speed ahead again. ;
Keen Interest Shown.
Keen interest in the movement was
displayed by a Washington woman who
called at the office of The Star a day or I
two ago. She had heard erroneously j
that the wool was ready for distribu- j
tion and called to obtain further details.
*1 am a first-class knitter, if I say it j
mj-self. having been trained to it in
my early years, when it was considered
a necessary accomplishment of every
young woman and even little girl." she
remarked. "Since the beginning of the
war I have made and given away ex
actly fifteen sweaters for soldiers. I
could make as many more with ease if
I could get hold of the wool but 1
have spent on materials all that I feel
I can afford."
Elderly Sisters Interested.
i
HWe are elderly, but would like to do
what we can." write two dear old la
dies, both over seventy, from Brook
lyn, sisters, who have learned of the
movement. '?We have already turned
out a number of complete comforts
sets, but have reached the point where
we do not feel that we ca devote aay
more of our finances to this work."
They will not have to: their long
practiced skill with the needles will be
all that they need feel they must con
tribute.
TT. S. LAWS FORBID.
Navy Department Declines Foreign
Decorations for Officers and Hen.
Because the laws of this country
prevent United States soldiers and
sailors from receiving decorations
from foreign governments, the Navy
Department is compelled to decline
the offer of the British admiralty to
decorate certain officers and enlisted
men of two American destroyers for
distinguished service against German
submarines.
Lieutenant Commanders Charles A.
Blakley and George F. Neal were to be
nominated for the distinguished serv
ice order; Lieut. Frank Loftin and En
sign Henry N. Fallon for the distin
guished service cross, and Quarter
master W. H. Justice and Chief Ma
chinist Mate R. G. McNaughton for the
distinguished service medal. The
names of the ships to which the offi
cers and men are attached were with- j
held for military reasons.
American Casualties in France.
Two more men of the American force
in France have died from natural causes.
Gen. Pershing has notified the War De
partment. Private James H. Hinchey,
medical department, died November 18
of spinal meningitis; emergency address,
W. J. Maddeu, Bristol, Conn., and Sergt.
Humphrey L. Evatt, Medical Enlisted Re
serve Corps, died November 20 of pneu
monia; father, R. B. Evatt, New Kensing
ton, Pa.
Abe Martin Says:
Next t' havin' a boy In th* army
ther haint nothin' that brings th'
war home t' you like buyin' a I
pair o' shoes.
Tell Binkley talks some o* open
in' a store so he kin tack th in
creased cost o' livin' on th' other
feller.
On Improved real estate in D. C.
Absolute safety. No fluctuation
in value. Denominations of SUA,
* 1500, $1,000 and upward on ban*
for Immediate delivery. Certifi
cate of title and Ore insurance la
full amount furnished. We col
lect and remit Interest without
charge.
Phone, oall or writ* for Bat of
notes.
Shannon 4k Loch*
TO DECIDE IF SOLDIER
j SHALL SUFFER DEATH
Case of Man Convicted of Desertion
Placed Before Secretary
Baker.
Secretary Baker has been called on to
pass judgment in a case involving: the
life or death of an enlisted man of the
Army who was convicted by a court
martial of the charge of desertion in
I time of war for the purpose of joining
| or otherwise aiding the enemy and
[sentenced to be executed in the manner
prescribed by law. Pending action by!
the Secretary, none of ihe officials at!
the War Department will disclose the j
name of the soldier or any of the cir- j
cumstances connected with the eas?* I
even to the extent of saying whethO'
the offense was committed in this coun
try or abroad.
Penalty of Desertion.
In time of war desertion is punish
able by death or long imprisonment at '
the discretion of the military authori
ties in the field, but the death penalty
is not inflicted usually without the ap
proval of the President or his civil
representative, the Secretary of War.
The supreme power of the military
commander in the field in capital cases
was demonstrated recently in the case:
of a soldier in France convicted of the j
crimes of rape and murder. He wa
shot hy a firing squad without submis- ;
sion of the case to the War Depart- ,
me nt.
fn the present case it is expected !
that Secretary Baker will consult the i
President before taking final action. 1
TALTY WILL SUSTAINED.
Justice McCoy Overrules Motion for j
New Trial Filed by Caveators.
Justice McCoy of the District Su
preme Court today overruled a motion
for a new trial of the contest over the
will of David Taltv. who left the bulk
of his $50,000 estate to a friend, John
F. Pearson, of Atlantic City. Near rela- j
lives of the deceased filed a caveat, ;
j claiming mental incapacity ar.d undue j
influence. j
After a trial lasting three weeks Jus
tice McCoy took the case from the
jury and directed a verdict sustaining
the will.
Attorneys D. T. Wright and T. M.
Wampler for the caveators asked a
new trial. The proponents of the will
were represented by Attorneys Frank
J. Hog an and Edmund Brady.
The committee of the Allied Indian
Tribes of British Columbia has pro
tested to Sir Robert Borden, premier,
against Indians coming within the
scope of the military service act. on
account of the land question not being
settled and citizenship withheld.
New Petworth Homes
Wide and Roomy
ON VERY EASY TERMS
We Will Accept Liberty Bonds as Cash
Sample Home
4003 5th St. N.W.
Only One Left
Location Is the Beat
in Petworth
EXTRA LARGE YARDS
Suitable for Gardening
and Garage
An early inspection will con
vince you that they are excep
tional bargains.
To inspect take 9th st. car
marked Soldiers' Home and ride
to 5th st.; get off and walk one
square south.
D. J. DUNIGAN,
Phone Main 1267
Maryland Bldg.,
1410 H St N.W.
Our Representative Alwaya on Premises.
Open and Lighted Until 8 O'clock Daily and Sunday.
pjfii'pjriiJpjHiJRirajrajp
No place like home; no home like ours.
We Will Take Your Liberty Bond
Same as Cash?Plus Interest to Date?
Applied on the Purchase of One of These
Brick Bungalows or Semi
Detached Homes
These Brick Bungalows and Semi-detached Homes
offer the best opportunity you have ever had. They
are unique in their situation?modenily convenient in
their plan?superior in thei- value?ideal in their city
suburban location?with from 5,500 to 6,500 square feet
of ground Included?and the most artistic environment
in the National Capital.
12th and Michigan Ave.
(Brookland)
Direct car service to the heart of the city?and
transfers to all points in Washington.
$4975?$5150?$5375?$5475
??with only a modest cash payment and $32?0 to $35
a month, including all interest?-which Is reduced with
each monthly payment.
Descriptions fall short of the real facts. Won't
you go out to see them ? They argue their own merit
convincingly. Take cars marked Brookland?they stop
directly at our property.
Cat this adwrtlaaioaot ?nt; It appears only Saturday.
Middaugh & Shannon, Inc.,
1040 Woodward Buildings?15th and H Streets N.W.
\
SHRAPNEL
Sidelights on the War
-BY
OLIVER OWEN KUHN.
"Can't you see, my good fellow, you
are no longer worth feeding? You
amuse me with your expectation of
food"?this from a German commis
sary officer to a badly used-up German
soldier after a battle on the eastern
front'.
The Grown Frince of Germany once
took lessons in juggling.
Tanks used by the British armies in
Franca are divided into two classes,
male and female. The male is designed
to break up machine-gun nests and is
to the machine gun what the torpedo
beat destroyer is to the torpedo boat.
The "female" tank, the man-killer, is
designed for employment against the
enemy personnel. She keeps down hos
tile rifle lire.
So many women of good family are
working in England for mere pocket
money that steps are being taken to
safeguard the high wages earned by
those really dependent upon their effort
for a livelihood.
Gen. Turner, commander of the
Canadian forces in England, formerly
was a grocery man in Quebec. lie won
the Victoria cross in the South African
war.
Many soldiers serving in the German
army have spent many years in the
United States. German officers have
difficulty in counteracting the influence
of these men, \< ho refuse to minimize
to their comrades America's importance
iji the struggle. One soldier was exe
cuted for daring to declare to his fel
lows t -at American aid probably would
defeat the kaiser.
Notify Y. M. C. A. of Rented Rooms.
The Y. M. C. A. urgently request all
persons having rooms for rent listed
with them to promptly notify the asso
ciation when such rooms are taken.
Failure to do this causes untold incon
venience and discomfort to strangers
seeking homes in Washington.
CHURCHES TO ENTERTAIN
MEN WEARING UNIFORMS
Musical Programs, Dancing and Re
freshments Are Planned
for Tonight.
Entertainments for men wearing: the
[uniform of any branch of the United
j States service are to be held at a num
| ber of churches of the city tonight. The
entertainments are to consist of musi
cal programs and dancing, and refresh
ments are to be served. A general invi
tation has been extended to all soldiers,
sailors and marines In camps, canton
ments and barracks in and around
[Washington. These churches have plan
' ned such affairs:
! All Souls' Church, 14th and L streets
j northwest; First Presbyterian Church,
John Marshall place; Calvary Baptist
Church, 8th and H streets northwest;
St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, Con
necticut avenue and Bancroft place
| northwest; Church of the Epiphany, G
(street between 13th and 14th streets
'northwest; Church of the Covenant, 18th
: and N streets northwest; St. Mark's
I Episcopal Church, 2d and A streets
{southeast.
j The regular Saturday night enter
tainment for the soldiers at Mount
! Pleasant Congregational Church will
| not be given this evening nor next Sat
urdaj' evening.
Services and Luncheons Sunday.
i Services to which all men in uniform
are invited are held every Sunday
, afternoon at 4 o'clock at St. Thomas'
Church, 18th and Church streets. Fol
lowing the services a reception, at
j which the men are entertained with
music and other entertaining numbers,
I is held. This is followed by supper.
Officers from various branches of the
service are to be entertained at lunch
, eon at the University Club at 1:15
i o'clock tomorrow afternoon by the
Church of the Covenant.
' Tomorrow evening "social hours" for
soldiers and strangers in the city are
to be held at the Church of the Epiph
any. All Souls* Church and the Church
of the Good Shepherd, 6th and I streets
northeast.
The young: people of All Souls'
Church are to give a tea dance Thanks
giving: afternoon in the gymnasium of
Holton Arms School, 1742 Church street
northwest. Music is to be furnished
by Brown's Jazz Band and refreshments
are to be served. Uniformed men gen
erally are invited.
IT. S. Troop* at Few Orleans Fete.
As a mark of special honor to Franc?,
the War Department has decided to de
part from Its rule withholding National
j Army regiments from participation in
parades or other ceremonies and will send
j two regiments of selected men to New
j Orleans for the bicentennial celebration
of the founding of the city, February 9
I to 11, 1918.
T-T
Home Specials
Only
$10,500
EXTRA!
Detached Residence
Chevy Chase
Fine lot. 60 feet wide. 125 feet deep;
shrubbery, trees and flowers.
An unusually well constructed house
containing 8 large rooms, reception hall,
butler's pantry, storage room, tiled bath
and sleeping porch. Hot-water heat,
electricity and gas; servants' bath in
cellar
NORTHEAST
Home Bagrain
Phmsim.
fc?
Six-room-and-bath Brick Dwelling;
location, one of the best blocks of F street
n.e. See at oncc.
A Snap at
$2,500
SHANNON & LUCHS
Main 2345 713 14th St.
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Detroit Slectric
Whenever you want to go?and wherever you
want to go?you'll find the Detroit Electric ready.
It's this sufficient efficiency that makes
the Detroit Electric universally popular. In
its simplicity of construction lies its im
munity fr9m those continually recurring an
noyances and items of expense which stig
matize motoring as an extravagant pleas
ure. But with the Detroit Electric there is
nothing to get out of order; no intricate ma
chinery, sensitive to weather conditions,
and demanding constant expert attention?
it's motoring with greater satisfaction and
economy.
The Detroit Electric offers a radius of
service that will far exceed your require
ments.
There are from eighty to a hundred miles
of steady consistent power in its battery?
which will develop any desired speed from a
snail's pace to twenty-five miles per hour?
yours to command with the turn of the
switch.
When the Car is housed for the night
the battery is renewed to full capacity.
The threatened shortage of gasoline nor
its vaulting price, present no problem to the
operator of a Detroit Electric. There will
be an abundance of electricity as long as,
there is air and its price is as generous as
the supply.
In congested traffic the easy guidance
of the Detroit Electric saves time and pre*
vents accidents.
The formidable hills leading into the
suburbs are climbed by the Detroit Electric
with ease and confidence. The contour
of design and the elegance of finish give the
indelible stamp of refinement.
The Detroit Electric is NOT a racing
Car?but is designed for and constructed to
meet every requirement of mileage and
speed?in business, or for mi-lady's shop
ping and social travels?as safe under her
pilotage as in the hands of the most experi
enced chauffeur.
Let us make a detailed demonstration to you?
Mr. Business Man, on your hurried errands?and to
you, Madam, for your personal convenience?and
to you both for the pleasure it will give you on your
rides into the far*stretching country. It will prove
its sufficiency of efficiency under any test.
Sterrett & Fleming Service is on a par with the Detroit Electric. It is our aim to
add to its satisfaction by relieving you of all care and responsibility surrounding its
maintenance. Like the Detroit, we give twenty-four-hour service.
Sterrett & Fleming
Sole Distributors:
Detroit Electrics and Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries.
Champlain Street at Kalorama Road
Phone North 505a Twenty-four-hour Service.
Baltimore: 6 and 8 E. Chase Street, Richmond: 1623 W. Broad Street
Opposite the Belvedere.

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