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14 THE SCASHL WASHINGTON GTOx TIMES Tr rES 3IONDAY rO lAY 3IAT 3L 1Y 30 1910
ANNUAL LAWN FETE FETETO
TO OPEN OPENEDNESDAY OPENEDNESDAYWill WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAYI WEDNESDAYWill I
Will Be Held Both In the theAfternoon theAfternoon
Afternoon and Evening EveningThis EveningThis EveningThis I
This Year YearWASHINGTON YearWASIDNGTON YearWASHINGTON +
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WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU BUREAUGEORGETOWN BUREAUGEORGETOWN i iGEORGETOWN
GEORGETOWN MAT 30 20The 30The
The annual lawn fete for the benefit benefitof I
of Georgetown Unlvcfslty Unlv t slty Hospital will willunto willopen willopen
open Wednesday evening and continue continueuntil I
unto Friday night This year car the fete fetewill tetewill fetewill
will be held In the afternoons as well wellas wellas wellas
as in the evenings The ground will wlllbo wlllboUhlmlnatoo bo boilluminated beilluminated
illuminated by nearly J1oarI a thousand electric elec electric electrIc ¬
tric lights while whllethe the various tables and andbooths nnllbooths andbooths
booths will be clustered with lights lightsMusic lightsMmdc lightsMusic
Music each evening will be a a feature featureThe featureThe featureThe
The full list of oommittoce as an announced announced ¬
nounced is as follows followsFancy followsFancy followsFancy
Fancy table No l IMrs Mrs Irene Brewer Brewerin
in charge assisted aasl ted by Mrs J E Gads Gadsby Gadsby Gadsby
by Mrs A Murphy M hy Miss Margaret MargaretMitchell MargaretMltcholl MargaretNitcholl
Mitchell Mrs Isaac Isaac Gans Mrs Cahill CahiilMrs Cahill1lrs Cahilldirs
Mrs Buel Mrs Babbitt Mrs George GeorgeTully GeorgeTully GeorgeTully
Tully Vaughan Mrs N E Foaly Miss MissJane lfil8Tane MissJane
Jane Daley Mrs Beavans Be vans Mrs MeMahon Me McMhos
Mhos 1 ho = Mrs G W Bay Rf Mrs N r J J T Shanab Shanaban Shana Shanahan
han b n Mrs William C Gwynn and Mrs MrsHenry MrsHenry
Henry Cower CowerCake Go GowerCake r rCake
Cake table tableMiss Miss Alice RIggs in incharge Incbnqe Inclrarge
charge assisted as sted by Mrs J Dudley DudleyMorgan DudleyMorgan DudleyMorgan
Morgan Mrs Cogan bites E Hanna Hannaand Hannaand
and others othersSupper othersSupper othersSupper
Supper table tableMrs Mrs Alex McNeil In Incharge Incharg incharge
charge assisted assl ted by Mrs P P Muliett MuliettMrs MuliottMrs
Mrs Charles Roaehe Mrs Stelle Mrs I
Spurgeon airs lrs Lay and others othersPunch othersPunch
toheMrs
Punch taMe taNeMrs Mrs W S Hardesty In Incharge i iMargaret
char charge assisted by Mrs Charles Thorn I
Mrs M E EAiles nee Mrs T Gannon Miss
Margaret Gow Gowum ns and Miss Margaret argaret
Johnson JohnsonIce JohnsonIce JohnsonIce
Ice cream table tableMr Sir Philip Hoff
llger in charge assisted by Mrs Dr
Ready Miss Frances Mulvey Miss E
Nies Miss Thompson Miss Murray
Miss Hogan and Miss Hughes Hugh6flCandy
Candy table tableMrs Mrs M Galbally in
charge assisted by the Misses King
Miss E F Berry Miss Lu L Mahoney lIahone
Mrs C Fitzgerald Miss U58 C Shackle
ford the Misses Cromel Crom l Miss A Doo
rey and Miss H L Birmingham
Fancy table No No2 2 nurses nursesMrs Mrs W
J T Devine in charge assisted by Miss
M W Devine Miss M Tavenner Miss
Etta Niland Miss M Iardella Miss
Pearl Langley Miss Beulah Seibert
Miss Orma Bearman Miss M Butler
Miss B Landmaier Miss Harriet Hoff ¬
man Miss F Kelley Miss Mary
Chewnnjr Chewn n Miss S Kaldenbaoh and
Miss A Quinlan QuinlanPaddlestand QuinlanPaddlestand Quinlan QuinlanPaddlestand
Paddlestand Milton Hoffenmaier
Benjamin A Bucher Sir Harper Dr
B I L Byrnes Bernard Gallinger and
Frank J Wlssner WlssnerHi 1YissnerREAL WissnerREAL
REAL ESTATE IN INWill MENRECEIVE EN ENRECEIVEINVITATION
RECEIVE RECEIVEINVITATION RECEIVEINVITATIONWill INVITATION INVITATIONWill
Will Attend Meetings of Na National National ¬
tional Association In InNorthwestern InI InNorthwestern
I
Northwestern Cities CitiesRealizing CitiesRe8lblng CitiesRealising
Realizing the important bo bearing rlng which whichthe whichthe blch blchthe
the Washington real estate market has hasupon hasUpon ha haupon
upon that of the entire country CC special specialInvitations specialinvitations I
Invitations have been issued to local localrealty localrealty localrealty
realty firms to be the guests of the Na National National National ¬
tional Association of Real Estate E tate Ex Exchanges Exhanges Exchanges
changes < at Its convention to be held in inMtnnoapolla f fMinneapolis tllInneapoUs
Minneapolis and St Paul June 16 1 IS and andli an
17 and in Duluth June 18 18The 18The 1RThe
The firms Invited are Gasch BirgeRandall BirgeRandall Birge BirgeRandall
Randall H Hagner the F H Smith SmithCompany SmithCompany SmithCompany I
Company Story fCobb Cobb SwartzellRheem Swartzell SwartzellRheem SwrtellRheem
Rheem Hensey Hense Thomas J Fisher FisherCo FiB FisherCo her herCo
Co Inc Gardiner Dent and Shan Shannon Shannon Shannun ¬
non Luchs LuchsIn LuehsIh LuchaIn
In addition to the invitations received receivedby receivedby
by the th Washington ra hlngton exchanges excha es it is isunderstood Isunderstood 1 1understood
understood that prominent firms in inother inother i iother
other large cities have been invited to toattend toatten t tattend
attend the convention An effort is to t
be made to extend the scope and Infiu influence Infiuenee infiuence ¬
ence of the association associationUntil associationUntil associationUntil
Until two years yo rs ago 0 tho real estate estatemen estatemen estatmen
men composed practcally the only large la laintereFt
Interest not organized The member membership membership ¬
ship now numbers about 2000 2000Among 20 20Among 2000Among > >
Among the speakers at the convention conventionwill conventiowill
will be Richard B Watrous or this thiscity tbi tbicity
city Ity with the subject lI Making king Your
City Beautiful BeautifulBACK BeautifulBACK BeautifulBACK
BACK WITH FAMILY FAMILYSENTENCE FAMILYSENTENCE FAMILYSENTENCE
SENTENCE SERVED SERVEDJ
J Arthur Kemp Believed to Be BeWith BeWith B BWith
With Wife At AtClarendon AtCJarendon AtClarendon
Clarendon ClarendonReleased CJarendoneloasad ClarendonReloased
Released from the Moundsvlllo Iound vllle peni penitentiary penitentiary penttentiary ¬
tentiary after serving nineteen months monthsand monthsand monthand a
and six days for embezzling several severalthousand severalthousand severs seversthousand
thousand dollars from the police relief relieffund relieffund rellefund
fund J Arthur Kemp former chief chiefclerk chiefclerk chicclerk
clerk and property clerk of the Police PoliceDepartment PoliceDepartment PourDepartment
Department probably Is spending Me Memorial 1Iemorial Memortal ¬
morial Day with his family at Claren Clarendon Clarendon Clarendon ¬
don Va VaKemps VaKexnps Vahemps a
hemps term expired Saturday He Heleft Heleft H Hleft
left Moundsville at 1 oclock Sunday Sundaymorning Sundaymorning Sundamorning
morning for this city Upon arriving in inWashington In1Vasblnfrton n
Washington however he left Union UnionStation UnionStation UnloStation
Station immediately Immedlatcl on another train trainKemps tra1nKemps trainKernps
Kemps wife and son live in Clarendon Clarendonand Clarendonand Clarondoand
and it is thought he has joined them themIn themIn the thein
In a letter to a friend a few days before beforehe beQrehr befgrhe
he he left Moundisville he said he would wouldapend
spend a few weeks with friends near nearyour nearour n
your our city before making any plans for forW forfuture to tofuture r
W future futureSOUTHERN futureSOUTHERN futureSOUTHERN
SOUTHERN BUILDING BUILDINGTO
TO BE HEIGHTENED HEIGHTENEDExcavation HEIGHTENEExcavation
Excavation for the building to bo boerected beerectod b berected o
erected by the Southern Building Cor Corporation Corporation Co Coporation ¬
poration at the northeast corner cornerFifteenth of ofFifteenth ofFIteenth
Fifteenth and H streets northwest northwestprobably northwestprobabh northweprobably
probably will begin next week ac according according a acording ¬
cording to an announcement made to today toda t tday ¬
day da
dayFollowing Following tho passage of the bill billpermitting billpermitting bi bipermitting
permitting an Increase in the height heightof heig heigof
of buildings In the District plans for forthe torthe f fthe r
the proposed office structure were re revised revised r rvised ¬
vised so that It may ma have elevestories eleven elevenstories clcenstories
stories Instead of nine As finall finalldrawn finally
drawn tho plans call for a building buildingcost to tocoat tocoat
coat in the neighborhood of 1250000 1250000It l25000It
It Is expected to have it completed bMarch by b bMarch S
March 1 2i11 2i11SEEKING 1 1111 1111SEEKING 11 11SEEKING
SEEKING SUNKEN RICHES RICHESHALIFAX RICHESHALIF RICHESHALIFAX
HALIFAX HALIF A N S May 30 30To To re recover rocovor r rcover ¬
cover sunken riches supposed to toworth bo boworth beworth 0
worth between 260090 and b6000 b6000an 500000 500000an
a
an expedition is to begin operations in inPort InPort I IPort
Port Murray Bay Annapolis county countyivlthin countywithin count countwithin s
within a few days The treasure is isthe in inthe Inthe °
the cabin of the Spanish galleon D DGigra Don DonGlgra DonGigra n
Gigra which was sunk In Port Mur Murray MUIray Mu Muray ¬
ray Bay about a hundred years ago agoSwift agoS agoSwift
Swift S 1tt Companys Compan s sales of fresh be bein beef beefIn beetIn et
In Washington far tho week oek ending Sat Saturday Saturday S Surday ¬
urday May Ma 2S averaged 9J8 eta per Ib IbAdvt lbAdvt 1 b
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TEN DOLLAR SALE SALEThese r rThese
These offerings are almost nnbelieveablebut unbelieveable but we want to assure you that the garments are here for you youthat that
they th are in the most desirable styles of this season seasonthat that the garments are all late models and represent the most mostrecent mostrecent mostrecent
recent adaptations and variations of fashionable modes modesthat that the values are re just as stated statedthat that the variety is far fargreater fargreater fargreater
greater than we have ever had at one price before beforeFurther Further comment or invitation seems unnecessary unnecessaryAllwool unnecessaryChoice unnecessaryChore
Choice 1 10 0 Values up to 30 30Allwool
Allwool tailored coat suits 10 10Full 10Full 10Full
Full length cloth of gold coats 10 10Handembroidered 10Handembroidered 10Handembroidered
Handembroidered linen dresses 10 10I 10Allover 10Allover =
I Allover embroidered net dresses 10 10Full 10Full 40Full
Full length tailored satin raincoats 10Full 10 10Full 10Full
Full length auto coats co ts of silk s po pongee gee 10Allover 10 10Allover 10Allover
Allover embroidered lingerie dresses 10 10Handsome 10H 4i 4iHandsome
Handsome H ndsome evening capes of broadcloths 10 10Tailored 10Clloice 10Ui
Choice t 10 0 Values Up to 25 25Tailored 2 5 5Tailored
I Ui Tailored coat suits of Russian linen 10 10Fancy 10Fancy 10k
k Ii Fancy striped taffeta silk raincoats 10 10Tailored 10Tailored r rTailored
Tailored coat suits of French serges 10 10Tailored
x Tailored coat suits of imported ramie 10 10Full 10Full 16V
V
Full length silk pongee traveling coats 10 10Full i iFull
Full length cloth of gold traveling coats 10 10Elaborately 10Elaborately 1QElaborately
Elaborately braided coats of taffeta silk 10 10ft 10Onepiece j jOnepuce
ft Onepiece dresses of genuine French linen linenm 16 16Evening 10v
v m Evening capes of fine pastelle broadcloths 10Onepiece 10Onepiece 10 10Onepiece
Onepiece dresses of genuine French ramie ramiePolka 10 10Polka
S S Polka dot foulard dresses with overskirt overskirtOnepiece 10 10Choice 10Choke
Choice s 1 0 Values up to X20 X20Onepiece 20 20Onepiece
Onepiece dresses of allsilk pongee 10sw 10 10Onepiece 10Onepiece
sw Onepiece dresses of pure Irish linen 10 10Onepiece 10Eveningcapes r
Onepiece dresses of fine taffeta silk 10 10Eveningcapes 10Evening
Eveningcapes Evening capes of pastelle broadcloths 10 10Onepiece 10Onepiece 10Onepiece
Onepiece dresses of fine braided nets 10 10Handsomely 10Handsomely w
Handsomely tailored raincoats of satin 10 10Tailored 10Tail
Tailored Tail red coat suits of real French linen 10 10Tailored 10Tailored 10Tailored °
Tailored coat suits of plain natural linen 10 10Full 10Full 10Full
Full length slipon coats of pongee silk 10 10Full 10Full
y Full length coats of genuine cloth of gold 10 10Raincoats 10Raincoats 10Raincoats
Raincoats of plain and fancy taffeta silks 10 10Automobile 10Automobile
At e Automobile coats of genuine French linen 10Mantailored 10 10Mantailored LA
Mantailored coat co t suits of striped Panama 10 10Onepiece 10Onepiece jjfW jjfWOnepiece
Onepiece dresses of genuine French ramie 10 10Onepiece 10Onepiece 10Onepiece
Onepiece dresses of lustrous messaline mess line silk 10 10Full 10Full
Full length coats of plain and fancy taffeta taffetaTailored 10 10Tailored 10Tailored
Tailored coat suits of genuiue Russian linen 10 10Tailored 10Tailored
I Tailored coat suits of Horrocks English rep 10 10Tailored 10Tailored
Tailored coat suits of genuine French ramie 10 10Tailored 10Tailored l j
Tailored coat suits of imported French serge 10 10Onepiece 10Onepiece 10Onepiece
Onepiece dresses of elaborate lingerie styles 10Onepiece 10 10Onepiece
Onepiece dress made of heavy black Jap silk 10Onepiece 10 10Onepiece
I S Onepiece dresses I of imported novelty madras madrasl 19 10 10i 10I
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