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16 THL TH WASHINGTON WASmNGTOTIMES TIMES WEDNESDAY WEDXE DNESDAY DAY OCTOBER 12 1910
WOMANS INJURIES INJURIESMAY INJURIESMAY
MAY PROVE FATAL FATALIvlrs
Mrs Albert Wolff in Critical CriticalCondition CriticalCondition CriticalCondition
Condition After Auto AutoCrash AutoCrash AutoCrash
Crash CrashThe
The condition of Mrs 3ir Albort L Wolff Wolffmost 1VoUrnlost WoIfr1uot
most seriotMly aerto Injured Injured of tho five per persons por60M parEons ¬
sons In a aM automobile struck by b a aChesapeake ahe ahetapeake
Chesapeake he peake Beach raJlroad train yos yosterdHy 308terdKY yosterday
terdHy afternoon continues critical to today today today ¬
day and it is I feared she ha will die dieLittle dieLitlle dieiAttie
Little Dora Isell ell who was wa also badly toadlyinjuml IbadlyinJurttl badlyrnJurtt1
injuml is now declared to be out of ofdanger oftianger
danger 1 a ner The three remaining automo automoiiltots automolil1 automoaI1It
iiltots lil1 aI1It > > w Albert L 1 Wolff roll and Mr and andMrs andIrs andMrs
Mrs Irs Frederick Isell 1 e1l are suffering only onlyfrom onl onlfrom onlyfrom
from sprains and brutees and have left leftthe lenthE leftthe
the Casualty Hospital Ho pital for their homes homesThe homesTh liomeeThe
The Th Wolff live at 718 7 A street Houth Houtheaiit lIOuthut outhand
eaiit > ut and the laelte at 231S lS Ontario road roadnorthwest roadnortht roadnortliweet
northwest northwestThat northt nortliweetThat t tThat
That the accident did not result r ull In InB Iniweral inieraI
iweral B veral fHlttlKies is J considered re remarkable remarkable reinarkable ¬
markable when one visit viBita 1 lK the scene sceneof scenoClr ceno cenof
of f the collision today The railroad railroadtrack railroadtrck railroadtrack
track te strewn for a distance of one onehundred onohundred oneilundred
hundred yards with the wreckage wr cJtage of oftlie ortIle ofthe
tIle Isell machine machinePrevented machlnoPrevented 3ClLlnOPrevented
Prevented Broadside Crash CrashOnly CrashOnly CrashOnly
Only the presence ruonce of mind of ofMr oCMr ofMr
Mr laell wno was a at the wheel wheelsaved wheelaed wheelsaved
saved a more terrible impact be between bet betwen ¬
tween t Wft > n train and heavily h811 loaded loadedauto loadedtuto loadedauto
auto < Mr hell I n swerved the ma machine mahlne mathine ¬
chine hlne lengthwise > > e tho track just in intime Intime intime
time to prevent the train from strik striking trik trikin trikiflc ¬
ing in it broadside broadsideThe broa4lideThe bOa4 14i 14iThe
The accident occurred about one oneiuarter oneIuarter onequarter
iuarter < of a mile west we t of a point pointknown pointknown pointknown
known as a Grants Crossing1 Mr MrIpell 1rItt11 Mrled
Ipell led had approached appr he4 the crossing at ata ata ata
a rate of about twenty miles an hour hourThe bourTII hourTtt
The TII landscape prevented seeing1 the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train until it was practically upon uponliio uponIt upontue
liio It automobile party Mr Isell says saysho sayslw says1w
ho heard no whistle The train crew crewsays crew81R crewyg
81R says yg it was cas as blown blownWhen blownhen blownVhen
When hen he b realised that collision was wasimminent wasmlDhlen wasimminent
imminent Mr Is l Isoil < ell ll shouted to those in inthe Intht inthe
the machine to jump to save themselves themselvesAt
At the same time Mr leell I e1t made a adesperate adpsperate adesperate
desperate effort e < < ort to turn the machine machinejarallel machinerarallel machinejarallel
jarallel with the track Engineer En neer Mor Morrisett ltlorri5Ctt Morrisett
risett and Fireman Duckett of the theloril theoil
oil set their brakes and reversed the theengine thetngtne theengine
engine
Train Sweeps On OnDespite OnI OnIesptte
Despite I > t > spite this however the train swept swepten sepln swepttn
en n for a hundred yards over the cross crossing crossIng crOesIng ¬
ing and catching the automobile on ontlie onthp onthe
the nose of tb the pilot threw tbt tb thtj occu occupants occulan18 0CC 0CClants ¬
pants of o the machine in every direction directionand directionAnd directionand
and dragged the touring car until it itv Itali Itas
v as a shapeless mass loa of junk Ju k and wood woodMrs woodMr woodMrs
Mrs Mr Isell who 00 was a8 the Jeast injured injuredo
r o I the th party was soon upon her feet feethe teetht feetihe
ihe he found h her r little daughter Dora un unconscious 1h1c ui uiC ¬
conscious c nsclous from a blow on the skull skullMrs skullMrs skullMrs
Mrs WoHT WoI 01 < < was wa also unconscious and andiie andh andte
> iie h has not yet t regained the full use of of1fT atir f f1pr
1fT faculties facultiesSuperintendent facuUieasupeendent facultiesSuperUiendent
Superintendent Paul Y 1 Waters aters and andAssistant andssl andsistan
Assistant ssl supeendent sistan tan Superintendent Hayward ef efiie ofC C
iie C Ohdeapeake Ch h peeke e Beach railway rallwa were werepassengers wtr wtrptSf werersengers
passengers ptSf > ngers on the train Mr Waters Watersthe VatfrfI Vatfrf
I the th track cleared for a speedy p run runof runot runof
of a special te Chesapeake Che ap98ke Junction JunctionInjured JunctionInjured TunetlonInjured
Injured Taken Back BackThe BackThe
The injured were w re at first taken back backto backto backto
to Marlboro where they the were given Riventreatment giventreatment iven iventHatment
treatment by byDr Dr Charles A Fox Wh Whn Whntllf Whnthe n ntlie
the injured autolsts reached the june junction junet ¬
tion t Ion an ambulance from Casualty Hos Hospital HosJital HosPital ¬
pital and the Ninth precinct wagon wa on was waswaiting waswaiting waswaiting
waiting and a quick run was made to tothe tothe tothe
the Casualty Dr Edward McGovern McGovernof
or the hospital ho pital corps Dr F V Brooks Brooksthe Brooksthp Brooksthe
the railroads chief hieC surgeon and his hisassistant hisa hisassistant
assistant a 8itltant Dr L 1 A Walker met the theparty thepart theparty
party part of wounded ones onesTlie onesTIle onesThe
TIle wrecked car belonged to Superin Supertnf Superintfndent Superintndent
f tfndent ndent Elliott Woods superintendent of ofTlie ott oftlp
Tlie t liP Capitol and had been loaned to Mr MrTp MrJfPll MrTeIl
Tp JfPll > ll for a a days outing The party partyv p rty rtya
v as a rehirnlnic turning home b me from Brandywine BrandywineTMnce BrandinePin Brandywinerjnee
TMnce Pin rjnee e Geonr Coor county ount when the acci accident accl1cnt acInt ¬
dent nt occurred oc < urred
We are not only distributing these beautiful plate platecup platecup platecup
cup and saucer sets during this Presentation Week but butwe butwe butwe
we are also giving some very extraordinary bargains in inquality inquality inquality
quality foodstuffs that will be most acceptable to the thethrifty thethrifty thefiftY
thrifty fiftY housewife housewifeSpecial housewifeSpecial housewifeSpecial
Special PresentationWeek Bargains Bargainscir
Now S cir w Crop Clean Currants 3 packages packag < S for 2 2e 2eSeeded 2cSeeded c cSeeded
Seeded RaIsins 3 packages for forlEarshalls 25c 25cMarshalls 2i > e enrshnlls
Marshalls nrshnlls Kippered Herring 2 for forFairySoapcake 25c 25cPairy 25cFairy
Fairy FairySoapcake Soap cake e 4c 4cJapan oleJapan IcJapan
Japan Rice pound he hel 5cA c cAP
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Cape Cod Cranberries quart lOc
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AP A P Maple Sirup gal can 150 150A l 10A O OA
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Rolled Oats lb 11 eo 4c 4cMothers 4eMothrrs 4clrolliers
Mothers Oats pkge lOc lOcPettijohns lOePettijohns lOcPettijolins
Pettijohns Breakfast Food Foodpackage FoodpncJiagc Foodpackage
package 125 12 123c 123clIalt c c3IaIt eMult
3IaIt Breakfast Food pkge Me MeBalstous HeRI1stons lieRalstons
Balstous Breakfast Food pgkc 14c 14cIVheatenH HellUeuten 14cWheatena
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Genuine Southern Cornmeal Cornmcalpkge CornmealIq
pkge Iq Sc and 20c 20cA 20cA
A P Buckwheat new crop croppackage eroppncliage croppackage
package lOc lOcA JoeA
A P 1 Pancake Flour pkge lOc lOcKitchen 10e1ftrllD lOcKitchen
Kitchen Bouquet bottle bottl 25c 25cPOTATOES 2 25cPOTATOES > > c cI
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PASTORS TO INVESTIGATE INVESTIGATEDANCING INVESTIGATEDANCING INVESTIGATEDANCING
DANCING IN THE SCHOOLS SCHOOLSMethodist SCHOOLSMethodist SCHOOLSMethodist
Methodist Ministers Will Discuss Question at Meeting MeetingNext MeetingNext MeetingNext
Next Monday MondayPractice Practice Is Defended by One OnePreacher OnePreacher OnePreacher
Preacher and Superintendent Stuart
Methodist ministers of Washington at attheir attheir attheir
their meeting noxt Monday morning morningmay morningmay morningTony
may may discuss the question of dancing in intho Intho inthe
tho public schools schoolsTho schoolsTho schoolsThe
Tho interest of the Washington pas pastors pastors pastorn ¬
tors was aroused on this subject follow following 1ollowIngo following ¬
ing a a report road at the Genosee Meth Methodist Methodi Mathodist ¬
odi odist t conferonce just adjourned at atRochester atRooho atRochester
Rochester Rooho tor N Y Tho report charged chargedthat chargedthat chargedthat
that the fads and fancies being intro introduced introduced introduced ¬
duced into our high schools > > chool under the thoguise thegulso theguise
guise of physical hslcal culture and dancing dancingare dancingare dancingare
are turning them Into schools of vice viceThe viceThe ice iceTbe
The question of dancing in the public publicschools publicschools publicschools
schools was raised in Buffalo and it is isexpected isexpected Isexpected
expected that the Washington confer conference conference conference ¬
ence will investigate dancing and physi physical ph8ieal phyalcal ¬
cal culture as practiced in Washington Washingtonschool Washingtonschools Washingtonschools
schools with a view Iew of taking takln some somestand somestand somestand
stand on the mattor matterSeveral mattorSeveral mattorSeveral
Several prominent ministers In this thiscity thisclly thisCity
city already have Investigated the situ situation situation situatlon ¬
ation here and arc ro expected to go be before before before ¬
fore the meeting and defend the Wash Washington WashInbton Washlngton ¬
ington schools in this respect reepoctDr reepectDr respectDr
Dr Shannon Approves ApprovesI
I am certainly an advocate of phyal phyaloal phslORI physias
oal as culture said the Rev Dr John JohnReed JohnRee4 JohnRee4
Ree4 Shannon pastor of Metropolitan MetropolitanMemorial MetropolitanMemorial etropoUtan1lemorial
Memorial Methodist Episcopal Epl opal Church ChurchAand ChurclLA ChurchAand
Aand A and I approve of dancing when car carried carried carned ¬
ried on under proper conditions I am amopposed aClop amopposed
opposed op d to public dances but of course
I IANNOUNCED
POLICE PROfdOTIONS PROOTLONSANNOUNCED
ANNOUNCED TODAY TODAYMajor TODAYMajor
Major Sylvester Makes Pub Public Public Public ¬
lic Advances Transfers TransfersandAppointments TransfersandAppointments
and andAppointments andAppointmentsPromotion Appointments AppointmentsPromotions
Promotions and changes I ithe TV the Police PoliceDepartment PoUceDepartment PoliceDepartment
Department were announced today tod y by bythe bythe bythe
the Chief of Police PoliceAmong PolleeAmong PoUeeAmong
Among those promoted are Privates PrivatesBosier PrivatesBosler PrivatesBosler
Bosler Castle 8tJe from Class 1 to Class 2 2J 2J 2J
J H Daw Dflws from Claws Cla 1 tq Class ClaStiR 2 2R 2It
R It W Jukes from Class 1 to Cl ClJ Class 2 2J 2J
J 1 Is Edwards from Class 2 to Class 3 3R 3R 3R
R M f Cox from Class 2 to Class 3 and andH nndH andH
H C Shepherd from from Class 2 to Class ClassBy J JBy JB
By B the orders issued Henry Ehlers Ehlerswho Ehlerswho Ehierswho
who has been in the Sixth precinct and andassigned anda andassigned
assigned a gned to Union Station for many manyyears manyyears manyyears
years is transferred to the Third pre precinct preelnet lrt lrtelnct ¬
cinct and an in his I place N C Franklin Franklinof
of the Third precinct has ha been desig designated designated designated ¬
nated natedNew natedew natedNew
New ew appointments made on the force forceinclue foreindue forcehiwlue
inclue those of B M Odum John B BSchroeder BS BSchroeder
Schroeder S hroeder and Guy Smith The resig resignation resignation resignation resignation ¬
nation of George G re W r Hew He the patrol patrolSchroeder patroldriver patroldrivel patroldriver
driver of the Eleventh precinct is re recorded recolded recorded ¬
corded In his place J T S French has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been given en a position as driver driverTwo driverTwo driverTwo
Two additional motorcycles have been beenput bfellI brettput
put in operation in the Tenth precinct precinctand preclocfand precinctand
I and the recent orders mount Privates PrivatesDaniel PrivatesI PrivatesDaniel
I Daniel Foley and J T A Sullivan Sullivanmotorcycle as asmotorcycle
motorcycle men menVisit menVisit menVisit
I
Visit Great Greatflagerstown Hagerstown Fair October Oc ober
III 11 to 14 Baltimore Ohio Tickets for forall forall or
all trains valid lid for return until untill lath th U 310 31Oor 310for f ffor
for or special train leaving Washington
730 a m Oct 13th returning leave leaveHagerstown leaveI leaveHagerstown
Hagerstown 443 p m same day J230 J230round 230round 230 230round
I round trip trlpAdt Advt
A P Finest Spring Wheat Flour Flourselling Flourselling Flourselling
selling at close to mill prices pricesFull pricesFull pricesFull
Full Barrel In wood woodIn 640 640In 6JOIn
In sacks 13c 25c 40c SOc and
160 160Diamond 160Dinmond 100Diamond
Diamond C Hams lb 22c 22cPicnic 22ePIcnic
Picnic Shoulders lb II 16c 16cSwifts 16cSwifts 16cSwifts
Swifts Bacon lb 26c 26cKingans 26eIilngnns 26cKlngnns
Kingans Sliced Bacon pkg 32c 32cBeechnut 32cBeechnut 3cBeechnut
Beechnut Bacon jar 32c 32cSwifts 32eSwifts 82cSwifts
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that criticism does not noe apply to the thehigh thehigh thehigh
high schools schoolsDancing schoolsDancing schoolsDancing
Dancing Is a n noonhour diversion in inthe InthedrUl intue
the thedrUl drill halls of all the high schools schoolsAt schoolsAt 5cOO015At
At some of the schools boys bO and girls girlsa girlsare girlsare
are allowed to dance together one day dayn
a n week and during the rest of the week weekthe weekthe weekthe
the drill hall la it turned over to the thegirls thegirls thegirls
girls exclusively Dancing is the prin principal prlnclpal principal ¬
cipal form of diversion of many man of the thefraternities thefraternities thefraternities
fraternities and social clubs half a adozen a adozen adozen
dozen or more of which exist in every ceryone everyone i ione
one of the five high schools schoolsI
11 I dont think the Washington min ministers minIsters rainisters ¬
isters will take a stand against dancing danclngoIn
In our public schools said the Rev RevDr Re ReDr RevDr
Dr Charles I L Pate pastor of Dum Dumbarton Dorabarton 1 1barton
barton Avenue A vonue M E Church There Thereis
is a law on bur ur church books against againstdancing againstdancln againstdancing
dancing dancln but it is frequently more hon honored honored j jored
ored in the breach than th n in the obser observance obsorvance
vance ance Anyway it Is a question Que tlo t for forthe forthe r rthe
the Individual church member to settle settlePart setUePart settlePart
Part of Education EducationDancing EducationDancing EducationDancing
Dancing and physical culture aro a apart a apart apart
part of a a modern education asserted assartedA
A T To Stuart Superintendent of Schools Schoolswhen Sohool8when Schoolswhen
when the matter was brought to his at attention attentlon attention ¬
tention today todayI todayOil
Oil I am a a strong advocate of physical physicalculture physIcalculure physicalculure
culure and Just how that could be de described described described ¬
scribed OH 1UJ a school of vice I cant quite quiteunderstand quiteunderstand quiteta
understand ta he said OIThe The dances held heldby Id1 Id1by
by the clubs ct bs in the high schools gener generally generally generally ¬
ally take place on Friday or Saturday Saturdaynights Saturda Saturdanights Saturdaynights
nights so as not to Interfere with the thepupils thepupils
pupils studies
PRESIDENT DELAYS DELAYSRETURN DELAYSRETURN
RETURN TO CAPITAL CAPITALWith
I
With Mrs Taft He Will Visit VisitNew VisitNew VisitNew
New York on Shop Shopping Shopping Shopping ¬
ping Trip TripBEVERLY TripBEYERL TripBEVERLY
BEVERLY Y YaM Oct 12ProsWent 12ProsWentTaft ttPro ILPresidentTaft Ident IdentTaft
Taft will not return to Washington Vra klDgton un until until until ¬
til October Octo1terThis OctoberThis 28 28This
This is a change from the original originalplans originalplans originalplans
plans by which he expected eoted te be at atthe atthe atthe
the White House Ootober M The Proel Proofdent Proeldent Proeldent
dent will 1I1 leave his summer home Octe October Octeber Octeher ¬
ber 17 and go to New York where he hewill 1Iewill bewill
will be the guest of his hil brother Henry HenryTaft HenryTart Henryraft
Taft TaftThe TartThe raftThe
The Presidents step In the metropolis metropoliswill metropoltawill metrepsitswill
will be almost entirely entlrel for pleasure pleasurealthough ple pleasureaithough sure surealthoush
although he has ha already made engage engagements engagemants engagemonts ¬
ments for conferences with several of ofthe otthe ofthe
the party leaders in New York YorkHe YorkHe YorkHe
He will w l go to theaters on the t e two twoevenings ttgevenings twoevenings
evenings he is in New York and Mrs MrsTaft MrsTaft MrsTaft
Taft will spend each eae of the tw twe days daysshopping dayshopping daysshopping
shopping shoppingThe shoppingThe shoppingThe
The President has ba announced that be hewill beIn bewill
will In not take any action on the petition petitionfor petltlonfor petitionfor
for clemency clemenc for Charles W Morse Morseuntil Mors8until Morseuntil
until the case reaches him through the theregular theregular theregular
regular channels in the Department of ofJustice ofJustice ofJustice
Justice JusticeThe JusticeThe JusticeThe
The President has already promised promiseda
a hearing on the subject to Gilbert A AA AA AA
A Peavey Peae of Boston Boston whose daughter daughtermarried daughtermarried daughtermarried
married a a son of the th banker bankerThis bankerThis bankerThis
This hearing will not be given how however hower however ¬
ever er until unt the President has had the thecase thecase thecase
case submitted to him by Attorney AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral
General Wickersham
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and 45c 45cHuyler 4 45clluylers c cJluylers
Huyler s Cocoa can lie and 22c 22cBendorfs 22eBendorfs 22cBendorls
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can 20c and SOc SOcTun 30eYun iOcVan
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SEEK LAST RESORT RESORTTO RESORTTOSAVE
TO TOSAVE SAVE CLIENTS CLIENTSHyde CLIENTSHyde
Hyde and Schneider Con Convicted Convicted Convicted ¬
victed of Land Frauds Ap Appeal Appeal Appeal ¬
peal to Supreme Court CourtAttorneys CourtAttornoys CourtAttorney5
Attorneys for Frederick A Hyd Hyde j and andJoost andJoost nd ndJoost
Joost H Schneider Schnold er whose conviction convictionin
I in the District Supreme Court haa been beenconfirmed beeilconftnued beenconfirmed
confirmed by the Court of Appeals Appe J8 of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the District are today preparing to tomake tomake tomake
make an application to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Supremo Court far f r a a writ af C eer eertiorari eertIorari certiorari
tiorari as the last resort to save vo their theirclients theirclients theirclionts
clients wh who were charged eha ed with land landfrauds JaDdfrauds laudfrauds
frauds from the penitentiary
Hyde and Schneider Selm er were indicted on onfortytwo onfortytwo onfortytwo
fortytwo counts with John OhH A Benson DOO Hansenand Il Iland
and Henry Hoor P Diamond on February 17 17DO4
100 DO4 804 for obtaining titles tiU to land from fromthe fromthe
the United States through fraudulent fraudulentpractices Cnmdulentpractices fiaudulentpractices
practices Benson and Dd Diamond Dlam Dd were
acquitted in 103 the trial lasting Ja Ung from
April f to June S but HV Hyde Hyd a and a
Schaider were convicted Benson has
since died diedJustice diedTustlce diedJustice
Justice Stafford sentenced Hyde who ho
is a resident resld8 t of San Francisco to two
years oars in tno thopenltMitiary PenUjntlary penltegtiar and to pay a a
line of 5ifl000 10000 Schneider whose home
was as at Tucson Ariz
raealvad
a see > > eft ¬
tence of one year e8r In tli the penitentiary penitentiaryfohKen
and a line of 1000 When the appeal
Was fohKen taken Hydo was released on a fL bond
or ° f QorJlJ 2 Orj and SchneWer hneidees bo bond was IL dxed xed
at L L V10f 10000 10000Daniel IOOoODaniel Wv WvDaniel
Daniel W Baker then United States j
attorney and A B Pugh special attor ¬
ncr n prosecuted PrG8e < utod the men for the Gov Government ¬
ernment and the defendants were rep ¬
resented by A S VorthlnKtoft Wort In ton and R
Golden Donaldson DonaldsonThe Douald DonaldeonThe oh ohTbe
The decision of the court of appeals appealsaffirms app appe appeafltrms al alatfirms
affirms the action of the supreme IU reme court courtand courtand courtand
and no appeal or petition for a writ of oferror oterror oferror
error Is possible po lble sav sav sa > an application far fara tera feea
a writ of certiorari which hleh will b be made
direct to the United States Stat Supreme preme
Court Only one such writ heM been beengranted beengranted beengranted
granted by bythat that court courtPROPERTY courtPROPERTY courtPROPERTY
PROPERTY STOLEN STOLENRECOVERED STOLENRECOVERED STOLENRECOVERED
RECOVERED BY CITY CITYStolen CITYSt CITYStolen
Stolen St len ana lost property pro rty valued at a U 32was
ttSJS was liS recovered from trw ro the pawn shops shopsaad ahoJNIaad shopsand
aad secondhand stores of Washington WJUlhln
during the month pf t September accord accordto
lug to the monthly report of George G e
Wech pawn MIwn lnsz lna inaeetor inaeetorThe eetor eetorThe tor torThe
The goods ranged ed in worth from a aa
b a e watch and fob valued at St I to a
diamond ring > worth Jl 3iO 1tO Included in I
the recoveries were overcoats bicycles bicyclesgold bicyeleoId bicyclesgold
gold oId beads and a ncI an auto tire
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regulate re reuIate llte the Kidneys and cure cureBladder cureBladder cureBbclder
Bladder trouble troubleKidney troubkKklne troubleKidney
Kidney Kklne disease ojb ee e to tHe mast JIIMtbecause et dangerous dangerousbecause dangerousbecause
because the Arst symptoms 3YmJ ympis 4al are s seen eeI n in inother iaother Inother
other part pans of Ute U body 1M b 4T before any aaythlnc a8y1 anythhur
thlnc wTomr f TOn is noticed with oftk the kid kidneys kldneys kidneys ¬
neys themselves themselvesSome themselvesSome themselvesSome
Some of the U symptoms though can cannot eHnot cannot ¬
not be mistaken for instance i e sick sickunhealthy aIt aItunhealthy aSciiunhealthy
unhealthy kidneys cause a thick cloudy cloudyoffensive cIoa4IYotroostve cloudyoffensive
offensive urine full of 0 roaltmiat at ir irregular IrrOJtUlar Irregular ¬
regular of paasaxe Je or attended by a asensation atensatJon asensation
sensation of scalding seaJdtB < < The back aches achesconstantly aebeaconstantlr achesconstantly
constantly or there ther te dun misery in inthe inth Inthe
the th sides and loins headaches and dizzy dizzyspells dluypel1 dizzyspells
spells pel1 may occur nervous twitchings twitchingsdisturbed twitchlngsdisturbed twitchingsdisturbed
disturbed sleep inflamed or puffy eye eyeillds tt ttlids eyelids
lids weakness bilious stomach st < 1mslh heart
Marrow Beans lb = 7e 7cDried < c cDried
Dried Lima Beans lb Sc ScBed ScRed ScRed I
Red Kidney Beans cms lb lbYellow 9c 9cYellow 9cYellow
Yellow Eye Beans lb 7c 7cScotch 7eScotch 7cScotch
Scotch Beans lb 5c 5cGreen dCGreen ScGreen
Green Split Peas eas lb 7c 7cYellow 7cYellow e eYellow
Yellow Split Peas lb 5c 5cLentils 5cLentllsIb ScLentils
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Millars I1Iars Marmalade jar 17c 17cKiellers 17 ITcKlelIers e eJilellers
Kiellers Marmalade jar 20c 20cJohnsons 20eJohnsons 20cJohnsons
Johnsons Preserves 5lb crock JOe 50cApple SOcApple JOeApple
Apple Jelly tumbler lOc lOcPride JOeridc lOcPride
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1318 7th St N W > 1 6 t K S ts Ikt
t 1620 14th St NW Center Market
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8th and E StsSE EaStern Mh1 S E ETelephone
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PLAYGROUNDS PLA PLAYGROUNDSESTIMATES PLAYGROUNDSESTIMATESUNDER 1 GROUNDS ESTIMATES ESTIMATESUNDER ESTIMATESUNDER
UNDER CONSIDERATION CONSIDERATIONCommissioners CONSIDERATIONCommissioners CONSIDERATIONCommissioners
Commissioners Preparatory to Assuming Control of Rec Recreation Recre Recreation ¬
reation re tion Fields Consider Appropriation to t tOe Be 3e Asked AskedFrom Asked AskedFrom AskedFrom
From Congress for Maintenance
The Commteslonow Comml eionON today began con consideration conI conIideraUOR con1sideratios ¬
sideration of the estimate tor the pub public vultlie publie ¬
lie playgrounds p1a uAdIJ ever vor which they will willassume wt11aStiUme willassume
assume control July 1 111 111The 111The ittiThe
The Washington Playground Pl yground8 Associa Association As Associaties ocia ociatJon
ties which at present has supervision of ofthe atthe ofthe
the grounds recommends rec mmend an appropria appropriation approprlaUon approptiatien ¬
tion of approximately 96000 for their theirmaintenance theirmalntenan theirmaintenance
maintenance malntenan < e for the next fiscal year yearWhile yearWhile yearWhile
While th the Commissioners are thor thoroughly thorOtt thoroushly ¬
oughly Ott hly in sympathy with the play piaygroumiK playgr playgrounds
gr grounds 1HM movement it is doubtful if the thefull tMevil thefull
full amount will 111 be included in their an annual annual anneal ¬
nual esiimatee os wutM The Commissioners Commls foners say saythey saYthey saythey
they are forced to economize owing to totb toth tothe
tb the provision of the Jaw which limits limitsthe Umltsthe limitsthe
the expenditures > > to twice the amount of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Districts revenues revenuesIt revenuesIt
It is estimated e t1matod that at least Jee < < KOOO will wHlbe willbe DI DIfie
be required if I the playgrounds are to tobe tobe tobe
be kept open through the th month of ofNovember orNovember ofNovember
November and April May and Jttn Jttnef June JuneeC Junoof
ef the coming comln year e r Part of this sum sumwill sumwill sumwill
will be derived from the proceeds of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the horse show to be held under the theauspices theauspkee theauspices
auspices of the th Washington Horse Shew ShewAssociation Shewlatlon Show4S5QCiatSOfl
Association 4S5QCiatSOfl latlon at American League Le8 ue Park ParkPATENT ParkPATENT ParkPATENT
PATENT LAWYERS LAWYERSSELECT LA LAWYERSSELECTOFFICERS WYERS WYERSSELECT
SELECT SELECTOFFICERS SELECTOFFICERSw OFFICERS OFFICERSW
W W Dodge is tbe new president of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Patent Law Association of Wash Washington WashlD Washlngton ¬
ington lD < < ton with Walter ratter P Rogers and andErnest andEntelt andErnest
Ernest W Bradford respectively first firstand ftrstaM ilrstand
and nacoad vice presidents They ware wareeiacted wereelect woreelected
elected elect at a meeting ef the association asseciatiovild associationbold M8CiatkJRheld
held ild In the rd room of the New Wll Wllrtl Willard WIIlant
lard rtl yesterday yesterdayOther ye8tenlayOUter yesterdayOther
Other officiate fAetl selected included B G GMason GKaeon CMason
Mason secretary aecretar Langdon Moore Mooretreasurer Mooretreasurer Iooreue8Urer
treasurer and Henry Clover George P PDFhttles PWhittleH PWhlttlesei
DFhttles Whlttlesei y James A Watson George GeorpreW GeorgeW Georgew
W R Rea a Charles J ONeill and H FL P PDoolittle PDooUttle PDoolittle
Doolittle board of managers Reports Reportsof
of the committees showed the th associa association UMClatlon assoclatiost ¬
tion to be in a flourishing condition A Abuffet Abnttet Abuffet
buffet luncheon was 10 served servedCAPTAINS servedCAPTAINS servedCAPTAINS
CAPTAINS LAMP STOLEN STOLENThe
The police have made no arrest in inthe Inthe Snthe
the matter of the theft of a lamp from froma
a motorcycle belonging to Captain Gen GeuUek GenUek Gaslick
Uek of the Marine arlDe Corps reported ta tathem tetheca tothent
them last night The offteer ocae told the theauthorities theaathorttIM theauthorities
authorities he left the machine in front frontof treatof freatof
of the quarters of the Army a and lid d Navy XavyClub NavyClub NavyClub
Club and lid that when he returned the thelamp theJam thelamp
lamp Jam was gone
IttipHfUtong dolUl or the sufferer aerer te 1 often oftenwaigiisd otel1Jo11 oftenweigIsud
waigiisd down ow by b v a feettoc of languor languoror laegu languororfti r ror
or orfti fatigue fatigueTiM faUcueTiM pie pieThe
TiM tine to 1 cure kidney trouble is iswhile islte s swhile
while lte it is only troaMc troublebefore before eiere it settles seutoeInto 5etUMbdG settlesSat
Into Sat Diabetes Dropsy Dcop Gravel or orBriafcts orBrilJhts orBrIta
Briafcts disease Th The MOJte onei oaeat t you SOB suspeet SOBpeet sunpoet
peet the th j4ihtet I4bltte t kidney Madder or orurinary orurtMT orutlanry
urinary disorder begin be takinc Papes PapesDiuretic PapeaDlurettr PapesDiuretic
Diuretic as directed with the knowl knowledge knewled knowledge ¬
edge ed e that there is no ether medicine medicineat
at any price made anrwhere else etsera eiseh1
ra h1 the world which hlcit will 111 effect so H prompt promptand promptand i iMAd
and thorough tho b a cure cureDont cureDont cureDont
Dont be miserable and remain in indaager IncJDcer Indanger
danger another moment because of a alam a aor alame
lame lam back or clo c cleagod Kd inactive l nUn kidneys kidneysor kid kidneys0I ys ysor
or bladder or urinary misery all this thiswfll thiswill thtswill
will surely go after vou take Papes PanesDiuretic PapesDI PapesDltretic
Diuretic DI notSc for a few days daysYour daysYour dy dyYour
Your physician J pharmacist rmacbt banker bankeror baakeZX
or X r anv mercantile m nantUe agenov ge V will 111 vouch Uh for forthe forthe forthe
the responsibility of Par Pane Thompson ThompsonPare L LPat a aPate
Pare Pat f of Cincinnati Ohio OhioPapes who ho prepare preparePapas prepareP1J
Papas P1J > f Diuretic Dlur > tI irt I rent nt treatment t Patmentsoid treatmentsoldby Patmentsoidby sold soldby
by every drusjrSt in the world orld
I Grand CrandPresentation Presentation Week at the A P Stores I
Fancy Elgin Butter Butteri BlltterSPecial BUtterSpecial
i SPecial Price 33cib 33c Ib B Iba
Pure Lard lb lbCompound 17c 17c14c 1eCompound 17cCompound
Compound lb lbBex 14c 14c45c HcRex 14cRex
Rex Lard pail pailSnowdrift 55c 55cSnowdrift 5c 5cSnowdrift
Snowdrift pail AGe 45c and 75c 5c
SURELY MAKESKIDNEYS 11AKES KIDNEYS ACT FINE FINEAND FINEAND
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AND ENDS MISERY FROM FRO V BACKACHE
This beautiful O Oriental Orientalt ental entalPlate
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Baking Powder Spices Spicesand Spicese1
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Mrs Bryan Cordially Invites You to Attend Her HerDemonstration HerDemonstration HerDemonstration
Demonstration of Senate Coffee CoffeeMrs CoffeeMrs CoffeeMrs
Mrs Bryan the wellknown culinary expert is now at our Main Store 607 6077th flJ77th EAJ77th
7th street giving givi ng a special and practical demonstration of the incomparable quality qualityof
of our famous Senate Coffee which sells at 25c a pound All visitors will be served servedwith servedwith servedwith
with a cup of Senate Coffee free and when you have tasted the delicious flavor and andaroma andaroma andaroma
aroma of this fine coffee we know you will like it and gladly recommend it to your yourfriends yourfriends yourfriends
friends friendsOther
Other Coffees at 20c 30c 3 35c and 40c lb
> Xew CTT York Slate Cheese rhe e lb ISc IScBrookfield lScBrookfield Sc
Brookfield Eggs E doz dozPlain 30c 30cPlain 30ePlaIn
Plain Eggs doz dozheinzs 26c 26cHeinzs 6e 6eeinzs
Heinzs einzs Baked Beans Beanscan Beanscan Beanscan
can lOc lOclSc20c lOclSc20cSultana loc 20c 20cSultana 20eSultana
Sultana Baked Beans 3To No3 No3can 3 3can 3can
can lOc lOcBelle 10eB lOcBelle
Belle B lIe of Boston Baked Beans Beans3io3can DeansXo3 Beanso
3io3can Xo3 o 3 can Sc ScSniders SeSniders ScSniders
Sniders Salad Dressing Jot 15c 15cSniders IdcSniders lScSniders
Sniders Chile Sauce Sauc bot 15c 25c 25cA 25cA 25cA
A k P Chile Sauce bottle 25c 25cGuldens 25cGuldens 25cGuldens
Guldens Mustard bottle lOc lOcA tOeA lOcA
A P Pure Cider CIdt > r Vinegar bot lOc lOcA 10eA beA
A P 1 Pure Distilled Spirits SpiritsTinegar SpiritsYlnegnr SpiritsVinegar
Vinegar bottle lOc lOcCrossc tOeCrosse iocCrosse
Crosse Blackwells Pure Malt MaltYincgar MaltVinegar fait fait1jncgar
Vinegar bottle ISc IScHeinzs 1 1Heinzs iSeHeinzs
Heinzs Pure Malt Ialt Vinegar bot 25c 25cHeinzs 25cheinzs e eUt
Heinzs Ut > inzs Pure Tarragon Vinegar Tinegarbottle Vinegarbottle rInegnrbottle
bottle bottleRoyal 25c 25cIloyal 25cRoyal
Royal Salad Dressing bot 23c 39c 39cDnrkees 3geDurkees 39cDurkees
Durkees Salad Dressing Dressingbottle Dressingbottle
bottle 23c 39c 39cPTeas 39cAPTeas 39cA
APTeas A PTeas are Select Teas TeasWe
We c rather pride ourselves on the thefact thenet thefact
fact net that < hnt wcbnvcthc we c have the bp bFlt bst t corps of oftea often oftea
tea experts In the world and their theirjudgment tbdrjud theirjudgment
jud judgment eDt stands n nil the supreme supremecriterion supremccrlterlon supremecriterion
criterion of Ten quality wIth all allwho zdlnho allwho
who know tvhni hot good ood tea I IOur IOar Is IsOur
Our famous Golden Key Ke Tea Is a amixture amixture amixture
mixture of the bent Mack bI C and andjjreen Bndreen andgreen
green reen teas Imported at the price priceGOc price60e price0Cc
GOc Hi II Other select tens at dOe 40c50o 40ee dOeoe
50o oe e > tiOc SOc and 1 lb lbr
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Oeteber 35 at and a4I X 9Kty WK K INT aaat ttthe fIl fIltAe C Cthe
the net netpteygrounda pros wilt be eco w the dtepla7grOUBdL theCesnmiesloneri
pteygrounda pteygroundaCoMmiNNioaers pla7grOUBdLclltMr
CoMmiNNioaers clltMr uh ra Rudolph It sod Johnston Johnatonmade JMa Johnstonmade oII oIImade
made a personal per ena1 inap In inspection u ctton ttoB oC tile play pUtyKrounds pIa playgrounds
grounds grotlD yesterday afternoon propara proparatory JINItUtory prspratory
tory to a consideration cOlN dertloa of their theirWe need needVe needsWe
We Ve shall not Dotk ask for appropriations j
for new grounds ound but will endeavor endeavorto
to provide fully UJ7 for the th maintenance maintenanceof
of o those tho e already established e taWJ hed said saidConnnidotter aidCommlulOftt saidCommissioner I
Connnidotter Rudolph R1I olph today
The playground mo movement Yemen t ia one onewhich onewhich Onewhich
which should be encountered encouftL < < ed and andfthouki lid
fthouki receive ve the support not only onlyof o onlyof ly
of the Board of CommtoakmerK bat of ofevery ofevery
every citizen of the I Di DSnO1t > i trl trlet c of Colom ¬
bia They should be kept k t open opeaJon as
Ions Jon = as possible and it ia hoped that thatmoney thatmoney thatmoney
money will 111 be fortheeesing fortheewin for that thatpurpeee thatpurpo thatpurpose
purpeee purpo purposeSQ e eSo i
So far this year the Playground Ply OUH As Association AJJ8OC1aUOft issoclation ¬
sociation hag expended S84 24H Sc Of Oftfaic ortbls Ofthis
this sum 1 24aaf 4 was w appropriated by byCongress y
Congress Congr and the remainder was wasraised wasral was1iLised
raised ral ed by the aaaoclatioa as associationso oelatJo
50 Cents To Laurel lYra Id aDd Return ReturnBaltimore Ret1m1Baltimore ReturnBaltimore
Baltimore Ohio account Four County CouB CouBtaJr
fair Tickets good only day of Issue IssueOct ls 1nsueOct ue ueOct
Oct W 0 to 14 Splendid tranAdvt
VACANCIES fiLLEDBY FILLED FILLEDBY FILLEDBY
BY CHARITY BOARD BOfflMiss
Miss Brown Succeeds T Hu HubertTaylor Hulrt
bert bertTaylor Taylor as Assistant AssistantSecretary AssistantSecretary AssistantSecrey
Secretary SecretaryFaitowtaa Secretarytile SecreyFstioWIltt
Faitowtaa tile resfenatton OD of Y Hub HubJ Hu HuUte HubJones
Jones J es the board I eanI of ofEBxabeth magas of ofuctated t 0 0Associated
Associated charities has appointed appointedEsabth d dElIsabeth
ElIsabeth Brown sataiaat t Mcr 8ettptu cretr Uir r rhe
Mtes x he Brown was a dtvMea 41 worker wetterdistrict i
district s enerstasy e tarjr oC 0 the Balttmo s3timo
Federated FederatedJf Charities CharitiesMine chadtlesMha
Mine Jf Clara E H Htral I isims bIr has JWli resigr resigrand I Iher
and her position III duup of th the thetral f ftral
tral dfvtoteD baa been beentransfer fined 81I b btraasfer btransfer
transfer of Him M tss Ettxabtth McMa McMafrom Me Me1101I1 McM McMfrom
from Southwest Waabtagtoa w Wasblstoa and aiuiappointment all1appohltlneat andappointment
appointment in that bt division of ofClara ofClara ofClara
Clara J 1 Van Trmpa TrmpaMiss T TMIa TrupMiss
Miss Zilpha Bobbin RobbID8 has accepts acceptsappointment acceptejappointment i iappviatlQeDt
appointment a all aswtant arista at t agent t j jSoutheast Jaoutheat jsoutheast
Southeast Washington Wa hlQ8tolL Tb TIae aT aTnfftt acmeat
m meat m of f Mtes M iisa Louise P BonI > > al II as agent at4nlr at4nlrtraI i itraining r rtraining
training traI was confirmed alas at a an anor m mtog ri rilog
tog of the board y yesterday aterdy afternoo afternooThe afternoIbf afternnIbe
The Ibf Board oard directed placed upon uponminutes i 1minutf8
1 minutes its appreciation of the workT work workT WorkT
T Hubert Jonea Jo J0ftf ea assistant at secret secrets secretsand a aand 11andlra
and andlra Mrs Ella Henderson H general a aboth aft aftboth agboth
both of whose resignations toak eff effSeptewbet ff ffThe t tSept
Sept Septewbet bfo 10 10Tht e eThe
The > report of Jobs Joh To Joy JoySeptember si f c cSeptember
September ptOmtMor showed net disburse disIMInImn disIMInImnamountinr disburaemeiamounting oi r ramounting
amounting to t J1 17416 TTt
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