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- tfp- - -tvrr-f n . V "" LV & ' ,THE WASIflNGTOITIMES, SATUBDAJ, JTOTE 17,.19U. To Remove Bodies From Fort Brown Cemetery The War Department has Issued an approval of the bond of N. E. Ransdell, of San Antonio, Tex., who Is the suc cessful bidder for the contract of re moving the bodies of 3,000 soldiers and officers from"" the Fort Brown National Cemetery at Brownsville, Tex., to the Alexandria National Cemetery at Plnes vllle, La. "The work of removal win b gin at once. Brownsville citizens have petitioned the War Department to let the body of General Brown, for whom the fort and town were named, remain at the Fort Brown Cemetery, but no action has yet been taken on the petition. The Fort" William Henry " Opens ItsSeason Today Tort William Henry Hotel. Lake George, N. V., will open lta doors and bid the public "Welcome"' today, the event signalizing the official opening of thf. summer season In the Lake George region. The original Fort William Henry Ho tel was established In 1S5S. and Its long and "popular career was Interrupted in June. 1905, when the.former. house.jvas destroyed by flames. The new fireproof hotel is representative of all 'that is modern in method "of construction and equipment. The booking: Is very heavy, many of the former guests having re engaged accommodations. It Is starting anew under the most auspicious circum stances, and the season of 1911. under the management of Mortimer M. Kelly, promises to be a brilliant success from every standpoint. Girl'sBodjrFound Under-Twenty-five Feet of Sand SCRANTON. Pa.. June" 17. Buried under tone of sand, twenty-five feet below the surface, the body of An tolnette Carballto. the seven-year-old girl, who was swallowed In a mine cave while at play Thursday afternoon, was found Just before mid night. PROTECTIVE TARIFF LEAGUE OUT WITH A GENERAL ALARM SEEK TO THE DISTRICT BAR Urges Its Members to Hasten to Capital to Fight Free Trade Peril. Along With Two Hundred Men They Take Exami nation in Law. SIX YOUNG WOMEN ADMISSION The American Protective Tariff League is urging rotecttontsts to swoop down on Washington in a body and thus save the protective tariff system from utter destruction and will be recalled that in the 1909 extra session of Congress, the league came out with this advice to the be lievers in preventing reduction of duties: "Let your office boy run the busi ness arid you take the first train to Washington " Now. the league is out with the tame advice. It is stirred up over the Canadian reciprocity agreement and Is urging Us members and all high tariff supporters to descend on Wash ington, hire a room, and stay at the Capital until Congress adjourns. It is urging the believers in protection to canass every member of House and Senate and sound the alarm as to the, dangers that beset the protective tariff system. In matter being sent out this week from New York, the league urges protectionists that the danger of free trade is imminent if they do not forthwith ' get busy and stand shoul der to shoulder in vigorous and per slstent opposition to the pending free trado arrangement with Canada " The league has opened headquarters in Washington for the purpose of fighting the reciprocity agreement, and all efforts to reduce the tariff and If Its call for help is heard, no doubt Washington will soon be filled with a small aimy of folks who are trving to hold the props under the Payne Aldrlch tariff law Electrical Display At the White House The work of decorating the home of the President on the occasion of the Silver Wedding Anniversary of the President and Mrs. Taft comprises some of the most beautiful, and at the same time most Intricate work ever under taken by a local firm. Electric Construction Company. Mil ton Mantz. Manager, 1411 New York avenue N. W., are the contractors, and the outline of the work comprises the following effects: Outlining with electric lights the balustrades and terraces. A large waving American Flag over the President s portico Spot lights on the fountain, several trees and branches studded with elec tric lights. Festooning the entire south front with electric lights. Mr. Milton Mantz points with pride to this work as being one of the most unique and artistic contracts eer under taken by a local firm. Two Debates Are Held By St. Paul's Boys' Club Two interesting debates were held last night by the Boys' Sunday School Club of the St Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church, South The first debate was on the subject, "ResoUed, That the City Boy Has a Better Time Than the Coun try Boy." William Feldhaus and Glenn Sllcer spoke on the affirmative ahd Clellan McDevitt and Merritt McWhr.r ter on the negative. The afflrmativo won. The second debate was on the subject, "Resolved. That the Mississippi River Is More Important Than the Great Lakes " Mason Weadon and Carl Stanley defended the affirmative Paul Burrows and Marlon Weadon, for the negative side, won. Man Thought Sleeping Is Found to Be Dead Approaching the steps at the entrance to the house at 104 Four-and-a-hair street northwest about 1 o'clock this mornln, to wouse a negro who He thought had fallen asleep. Policeman Beckett, of the Sixth precinct, found the man dead Phslcians said l he necro had been dead for some time. The nesro was Gilbert Jones, who iivmi in the house. Relatives had re tired leaving him sitting outside. nd did not know of his death. Coroner Nevitt returned a certificate of denth from natural causes. R. W. Myers Hurt in Fall From Street Car Severely shaken up and bruised, R. W. Myers, of 1S08 H street northwest. Is today recovering from Injuries svs talned when he fell from a moilng street car last night at Wisconsin at nue and O street northwest. Myei was removed to Georgetown Hospital, and his wounds dressed, after which he was able to go to his home. W. J. LaVarre Lectures On Lighthouse Service Members of the House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce and the Senate Committee on Commerce were enlightened on the history and workings of the Lighthouse Serlce, at a lecture last night by W. J. La Varre, superintendent of .onstructlon of the service. Mr. LaVarre gave his lecture before the Phil Mu Sigma Fraternity at the Mu Vernon Place M. E. Church. New Postal Savings Banks A postal salngs bank is to be estab lished in Chestertown, Md., and will re ceive deposits beginning July 14. One also is to be established in Richmond, W. Va. The Postmaster General hopes to have established by that date 1,000 banks in all parts of the country. RHEUMATISM io Munyon's Rheumatism Remedy relieve pains In the legs, arms, back, stiff or swollen joints. Contains no morphine, plum, cocaine or drugs to deaden the pain. It neutralizes the acid and drive out all rheumatic poisons from tbe sj-. tern. Write Prof. Munyon. 53d and Jeff trson Sts.. Phlla., Pa for medical ad tevalolutlj: & Six young women graduates of Wash ington law schools are among 200 candi dates to finish a three days' grind rt examinations for admlslon to the bar of the District of Columbia, at the Georgetown University School of Law. Asking no special dispensations be cause of their sex and receiving none, the would-be Portias are Misses Kath erlne Horan. Nine Irene Thomas. Ema Carpenter. Olive Conger, Susan E. Smith, and Florence Etherldge. For three weeks the candidates will be on the anxious seat, awaiting the an nouncement of their success in the ex aminations Names of the succpssful candidates will be published by Secre tary Ralph Given. The examining committee, appointed b the District Supreme Court, consists of D. W. Baker, Hugh T. Taggart. Wal ter C. Clephane. E. H. Thomas. Wil liam Henry Dennis, Irving Williamson, and John E. Laskey. Mr. Taggart Is chairman and Ralph Given secretary of the committee. Orphans to Be the Guests of Elks Monday Twelve hundred little boys and girls who are bereft of fathers and mothers, will be too excited Monday to reflect on the fact that they are being reared in orphan aslmus. All the little or phans of Washington and Alexandria will be taken that day to Marshall Hall bv the Washington Lodge of Elks. The children will be called for at the homes and taken to the wharf on special buses. On board the steamboat Charles Macalester toys wiu be given them, and when they get to Mashall Hall a substantial dinner will be served. Much v. Harvev is chairman of the committee on arrangements. Working with him are E. ri xseumeyer, vice chairman, William Buckley, secretary: M. G. McCormlck. treasurer; John G. Gorman, excursion committee chair man. Bancroft Refuses to Discuss Divorce Case WILMINGTON, Del., June 17 Beyond the refusal of John Bancroft to discuss the marital troubles of his son, there hae been no new developments In the divorce proceedings that hae been en tered by John Bancroft. Jr . against his wife. Madeline du Pont Bancroft. Societj throughout the State is greatly stirred oer the case. Neer before in Delaware has an Infant been named co-defendant in a divorce case The Insistence of the petitioner In hav ing the parentage of the boy whom he names as co-defendant with Mrs. Ban croft, arouses even more Interest than the other allegations of the libel. It Is generally believed that the Infant boy is named in the divorce petition to prevent, if possible, his becoming heir to the millions that will go to young Bancroft from his father. One PHI One pill at bedtime. Brings morning relief from the headache, indigestion, nerv ousness, biliousness, due to constipation. If your doctor approves, why not use Ayer's Pills? Ask him. J. C Aier Co . Lowell. Mass. AMUSEMENTS NEW NATIONAL Nights. 3c, 50c. 75c SI. TONIGHT AT 8:15 Mats , 25c. 60c. 75c Aborn gSg1 Opera Co. MARTHA Next f Caiallerla Rustlcana and Pagllaccl. Beats on Hale for all performances. BELASCO TO Mat. Sat. 25c, 50c Phone for Sent. THE VAGABONDS. IN THE LOTTERY MAN and WATERLOO NEXT WEEK Trelawny of the Wells With Mrs. Hopkins as Rose. H Tonight. 8xlS Mats.Tr.urs.&SaLl THE COLUMBIA PLAYERS "Before and After" 25c 50c 75c Next Week Israel Zang- will's Wonderful Play. "The Melting Pot" t-trJfllrJ CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES 1 TO 11 P. M. OPEN 1 to 11 p. m. DAILY TODAY 51 Attractions 51 TONIGHT Soldier)' Home Band Tomorrow STEAMBOATS Merchants & Miners Trans. Co. VACATION TRIPS Boston, Providence. Savannah, Jacksonville And all Northern and Southern points. Fln Steamers. Best Sen ice. FREE SIDE TRIP TO OLD POINT COM FORT In connection with Boston and Provi dence ticket. . Send for Booklet. B.&O.R.IL and S.&W.3.B. Co. Offices. W. P. Turner. P. T. JL. Baltimore, Md. Millions of people. Including thousands of physicians and their families, drank Mozle Ust year I Why? Be cause the demand for a mild tonic bu become almost universal, and In this class Moxle leads. MM! liu DULL KOTE Is a modern, sanitary flat paint for Interior painting, producing a smooth, -velvety, :lat finish. Surpassing in beauty, durability and economy all other nishes and producing beautiful effects not obtainable with my other material. Made In white and twenty beautiful tints leaving hardly a color we cannot match for you. If It becomes stained or soiled, it can be washed with foap and water without In any way diminishing the quality of the finish. 1.65 PER CALLOJf. HUGH RHLLY COMPANY PAINTS, GLASS 1334 New Yorfc Avenue N". W. Fbone Main 3182. SHORT TALKS ON Classified Advertising "Boldness In Business Is the First, Second and Third Thing." (Proverb) Many a good business proposition has come to naught because the controlling hand was timid. Too many business men, with small and large shops or stores have passively waited for the business that never came, or have contented themselves with mere existence, when they might have been prosperous. Don't be timid be bold let people know who you are and what you're doing. Tell them of your bargains or how you can do your work more cheaply and better than another. You can do so very nicely at a small, nominal cost. Every day you will find an actual Instance cited on one of the Classified pagesof The Times, attesting to the wonderful business getting ability of The Times Want Ads. Read them. Call at The Times office or phone Main 5260 and ask for the Want Ad Manager, He will gladly tell you how you can get more business at an expense of a few cents a day. Talk-To-The-Town-Through-The-Times. 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Special Saturday-Monday Excursions TO Old Point Comfort and Norfolk Round $3.50 Trip Tickets on sale Saturdays, Roodto re turn leaving Norfolk Sunday. Tickets and stateroom reservations nt City Ticket Office. Bond Building. 720 Four teenth street. Phono Main 162a MOUNT VEIINON Str. Charles Macalester, Leaving wharf. 7th and M sts. S. W.. dM except Sunday. 10 a. m. and 2:30 p. m. FAR&-VBC ROUND TRIP. Grand Concert at Ihevy Chase Lake By LarKe Section ,U.S. Marine Band Every Evening, Including Sundays. Dancing;. Admission Free. AMUSEMENTS BASEBALL TODAY stool Washington p. p. H. vs. St. Louis M. IsTfie SIGN EXCURSIONS NEW RIVER VIEW OPEN EVERY DAY Is More Attractive Than Ever I Excellent DInf nsr Room Service On tbe Maryland shore of tbe beauti ful Fotomac, eleven miles below Wash ington. Brilliantly Illuminated. Danc ing and other amusements, children's playRrojnd, athletic field. Boat leaves Seventh street wharf at 10 a. m.. 2 and 7 pm. Round trip: Adults. 25 cents, children. 15 cents. Enjoy the Ever Popular "Moonlights" EVERY EVENING Palatial steamers leave Seventh street wharf at 7 p. m.. returning- at 11 p. m. Splendid music, dancing, cafe service unsurpassed. Round trip: Adults, 23 cents; children. 15 cents. COLONIAL BEACH Special Week-End Trips Saturday at 2:30 P. M. Sunday at 9 A. M. Boat leaves 7th etrest wharf. Splendid Beach. Boardwalk, Salt Water Bathing. Pish ing;. Crabbing-, Dancing;, and all Amuse.- ments. Colonial Beach Hotel opens Saturday. June 17th: eerytnlns new; special rates. Dally schedule starts June 24. Fare, season trip, good until September 4. H; one-day trip. EOc. Across Chesapeake Bay to lolchester Deach VIA TheElectricLine and Chesapeake Bay Steamer SUNDAY, JUNE 18 SATURDAY, JULY 1 $1.00 Popular Amusements Fine Bathing Sea Food Dinner 50c Electric Palace Cars will leave 15th and N. Y. Ave. (opp. Treasury Bide.) at 11:30 a. m. and run direct to steam er dock, thence via tne ceauuiui steamer Annapolis tor a 2 hour sail cross the Chesapeake Bay. 3 boors at the bench. Returning steamer leaves Tolcheater at 8t30 p. m. and connecting trains arrive la Washington at 10:15 p. m. Do not fall to take advantage of this cool, delightful combination trol ley and boat ride. Washington, Baltimore & Annapolis R. R. Co. 1424 JT. Y. Are. The sanitary ccmdltonsTmder which Meads, U m pared appeal to particular people. All who drmk Moxlf say they eat better, sleep better and feel better because they use it. SUMMER RESORTS Atlantic City. LEXINGTON Pacific and Arkansas Avenues. Spacious rrounds adjoin beach and boardwalk. Only medium priced hotel where guests may go from house to surf in bathing attira Xvithout using streets, which is prohibited. Use of bath house t with attendant to cart for tuittisfree. Running water in roams. Fresh and sea water baths, public and private. Special rates SI. SO to $4.00 daily; S8.00 to $21.50 weekly including choice table supplier from own farm. Whife Service. Orchestra Tennis courts and croquet grounds be tween hotel anrt beach. Booklet mailer upon request. .PAUL U K.Ut3tH-KA7 OFFIEIAB GUIDE" Most complete guide of Atlantic City, pub lished with beautiful eclored map and time tables: also Ust of reliable hotels with rates Mailed free. RESORT FREE INFORMA TION BUREAU. BOX IKS AtL City. N. J. (Bar iborongb - SIcnbela (CAPACITY 1100) The leading; resort bouse of America. Particularly attractive durlns; Atlantic City's Creat Summer Season. JUNE. JULY, AUGUST and SEPT, 400 private baths, each supplied with ht and cold sea water. Exquisite music is a feature. White service in both American and European Dining Rooms. JOSIAH WHITE A SONS COMPANY. Virginia. WATEBIICK WHITE SVLPHVtt SPJUNGS HOTEL UPrb MAY JUltU un. Situated in the famous Shenandoah Vill7 of Virginia. Sulphur and mineral Waters and baths. For booklet, rates, aad further la formation address W. A. FENWICK & SOS. Proprietors. WaterUck. Va.. or Houl Don aid. Wash.. D. C "Grand View Cottage." fronting bay, Oceaa View. Va.. Mecca of the South. Salt water bathing, fishing, crabbing, amusements. Abundant of sea foods. Rates IS.00 to HAM. Massachusetts. BUMMER HOME SEASHORE Finely lo cated. 3 minutes to fine bathing beach; postofflce, hot. cold water. It rooms, bath, water highest test; 200 down at Urn of en gagement, balance end season. E. E. HAR PER. Vineyard Haven. Mass. Colonial Beach. FOR KENT Colonial Beach. Va.: large house, near beach front, suitable for board ing house or dwelling; furnished complete: reasonable. Address NAVY COTTAGE. Co lonial Beach. Va. FUP RNISHED COTTAGES at Colonial Beach: nearest to wharf. GEORGE T. SHAMXOtt. 1C1 9th St. N. W. FOR RENT Furnished cottages at Colonial Beach. Va. SHANNON. 11 9th at. N. W. Ocean City, Md. Mt. Vernon Ocean View Open June 10; 1911. Special rates to season peoples AU boms conveniences. J. D. Show en. Ocean City. Md. Braddock Heights, Md. THE AVALON." On Catoctin mountain; altitude 1.100 ft.; pure air; good water and no mosquitoes; all modern conveniences. For terms, eta. ad dress Mrs. THOS. H. MYERS. Eaddock Heights. Frederick Co.. Md.. garage attached. BEACRIST MOUNTAIN HOUSE. Braddock Heights, Md. Plenty of shade, large rooms, white service: good meals. For rates addraas MRS. J. W. SEACRIST. CAMP SCHLEY En'N-The ideal summer re sort. Open to guests June 1st. Plenty of shade. MISS COBLENTZ. Braddock Heights. Md. BRAETHORN COTTAGE Most convenient and desirable location for roomers on the heights: large airy rooms. For terms address MRS. MAY a MAHKELU Braddock. Md. Tor tti imslaeaa Xsa, there la not& las that trill help more "Better Baal Mas" t&aa Tbaea ClasslAed Advertls 4 V - n - 'A.Trti--''". Jf - 1 sjSH . .,V, JS4,i ;tJ. ...Ja .,j,..f as,, ,? .rJ,aA&'(i&.