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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911.
WERE YQU, SHOPPING THIS MORNING? TROUBLES ARE ALE Don't Overlook BUT LOOK OVER THIS BY Mrs. Ava Redmond Early To Hatchet Buried At Meeting Where Hot Time Was Expected. Identify Her Picture In Shopping District. - ir- Tfaf It ' GETS B REWARD IGLAIR COLONY FOR BEING P i ! wi miiiiiiM ii iiiuiiiii liil'in I II I "1 (Fssssssssssssssbbssssssssssssssssssssk'''' 5?4t "' $sOK? $?rw ' v& '? CAMERA ill SMOOTHED 0 bbbbsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsbbbbbeIssmbbssbbbbbbbbbbbbbk BHDI "Look. Auntie; "look!" little Anna Red mond crjed when she heard The Times photographer's camera "shuffle" as she and her aist, Mrs. Ava Redmond, of 13S6 D street northeast, came out of King's Palace, 810-816 Seventh street northwest. Little Anna was not looking when the camera was- snapped, as she and Mrs. Redmond entered the street at 10:30 yes terday morning, but at the sound she turned quickly and pointed. Mrs. Red mond was surprised, too, at having a photograph fired at her point-blank, but the smile behind the "gun" reassured lief, and she realized that the picture was to be printed in The Times, and that she was the second lucky woman In The Times shopping Illustrations. For being in the picture Mrs. Redmond gained ?2. She had seen the picture of the first winner. Mrs. Maurice L. Schnl- der, and when her copy of The Times' was delivered yesterday alternoon sne looked for and found her own picture. She came to the office of The Times this morning and identified her portrait and received the prize of $2. The Times publishes similar pictures, taken at ran dom, every afternoon. Mrs. Redmond's pay slips from King's Palace aggregated J2.70. In cases where they are over J20 The Times refunds 10 per cent of the amount. Pleads Not Guilty To Clothes Transaction HHHHHV'iM'ini ssj8t 8?ia Sk-? iISiMbiissssssisssssssib t- ,;s' -' - " " ?; - '.-"saSW MRS. AVA REDMONb, - Who Received Reward for Being Photo graphed by Times Camera Man. 7df"t J - X'fcVj; 5i-.'Vj, ,Mv 'ilir-' - "-s ; John H. Kennedy pleaded not guilty, waived examination, and was held for the grand Jury in the United States side of Pollco Court today. He Is charged with unlawfully purchasing and receiving in pledge, clothing that was the property of the United States. The purchase of one army shirt, valued at $2 96, is the charge on which Kennedy Is held for examination. But the search warrant set up the unlawful concealment or twelve shirts, shoes, and overcoats. It If. alleged that Kennedy made the purchases from Homer Kurtz, a soldier at the Washington barracks. Bonds of $300 were fixed for Kennedy appear ance before the grand jury. If you were, and If the above picture, taken at the entrance of Palais Royal, is a picture of you, bring to Th e Times the sales slips that you got in the store represented, and if it Is for $2.00 or less The Times wllj return to you the money you spent. If It Is over $2.00 and less than $20.00 The Times will return you $2.00. If it is over $20.00 The Times will return you 10 per cent of the amount up to $10.00. Senate Names Free List Bill Conferees Bryan Attack Jars Action Upon Steel Wllliatm Jennings Bryan may not be In high favor Just now among many of the Democrats in the House, but he has succeeded In Jarring the Ways and Means Committee Into getting busy on the Iron and steel schedule. The committee held a meeting yester day ami the situation was talked over with respect to going ahead with re vision. It was determined to bring out a resolution for passage by the House before the end of the session commit ting that body to take up revision of the steel schedule next December. This action will be taken for 1ie purpose of trying to demonstrate to the country that the House Democrats are not trying to dodge the schedule The House Democratic leaders arc sensitive Just now to anv charges of favoritism to certain schedules For Instance, they do not like criticism because of the 'failure to grannie witn revision nt uie sugar schedule which It has been clearly shown H in the interest of the great sugar refining Interests. The free list bill was sent to the Senate from the House today. Con ferees appointed for the Senate were Senators Penrose, Cullom, La Follette, Burley and Simmons. These are the same conferees as were named on the wool bill. Woman Quits Prison Job Held Quarter Century ALBANY. Atiar. 4. Mrs. Annie Welche. siiDciintendent of the women's State prison, at Auburn, twenty-iix vears In the State's service, has resigned. The place pavs $1,200 a year and malnte nanca. Albanians Accept Terms. CETTINJE, Montenegro, Aug. 4. The rebellious Mallssori tribesmen ha-e de cided by advice of King Nicholas to accept the terms offered by Turkey and return to their homes in Albania. The exodus has begun. Made Her Own Shroud. GLOUCESTER, Mass., Aug 4 Mrs. Lucy C. Hlckey. 104 years old, who died yesterday, is to be buried in a shroud which she made for herself fifty years ago. A brother, aged 107, will at tend the funeral. Knights Close Sessions. DETROIT, Mich., Aug. 4.-The Inter national convention of the Knights if Columbus, a Catholic organization, ad journed here today, following the selec tion of Cambridge Springs. Pa., for the convention next year. ' John W. Gates Better; Has a Restful Night PARIS, Aug. 4. John W. Gates, who was very low yesterday evening, was reported to be slightly better today. His son, Charles G. Gates, said: "Father had a restful night and seems to be a little stronger today." Girl In Long Swim. NEWPORT, R. I.. Aug 4.-In a one nlcce suit of black. Miss Constance Warren swam fiom Bailey's to Haz ard's Be?'h a distance of a mile and a half. In 33 minutes. J. Boyer. the In structor, followed In a canoe, coaching her in the side itroke. She paddled back In the canoe. Miss Warren is soon to swim against Miss Elcanora Sears, who will be here during the Na tional Tennis Tournament. Sacrifices Stub Of Arm. PETHI.EHEM. Pa.. Aug. 4. Several yrars ago Raymond Seiple. aged fifty one vears. of West Easton. lost part of hi? right arm when he fell under the wheels of a railroad train Yester day he tried to Jump a train and fell under the wheels, the remaining por tion of the arm being cut off this time WILMINGTON, Del., Aug. 4 All ts' serene at Arden. The hatchet was burled at the public meeting which was held last night, at which a hut time was expected, and ended in a love feast. George Browne, the philosophic anarchist, who started the trouble, agreed to get out of the limelight, and Upton Sinclair modestly disclaimed any intention of ever having tried to get Into It. Before the session ended, however, Brown said some things about Frank Stevcrs, the founder of the colony, an.1 from the tenor of hfs remarks, it Is evident he has not much love for Ste vens. Mr. Stevens, who was present, how ever, made no reply, nor would he dis cuss Brown's remarks after the meet ing. Woman Burns Money. MIDDLETOWN. N. Y Aug. 4. After using scraps of paper to kindle a fire. Mrs. H. C. Mason found th'at she had burned up three $10 bills and a $30. She rescued some charred fragments. Practical Home Helps Indigestion, Bowel Trouble, Dysentery and Diarrhoea Put a nicely browned piece of toast in a small bowl of cold water and let It stand about an hour. To a glass of the strained toast water, add a table spoonful of Duffy's pure malt whiskey. If desired a little fruit syrup may be added for flavoring. This remedy has been used with ex cellent results and Is very highly recom mended by Dr. E. T. Hewson, of De troit, Mich., who says: "It saved me from a threatened collapse when noth ing else had any effect." DEATHS Burns Up Fifty Dollars. MIDDLETOWN. N. Y.. Aug. 4. After ulng scraps of paper to kindle a fire in the kitchen stove. Mrs. H. C Mason, of Union Grove, discovered that she had thrown into the flames three $10 bills and one $20 bill. She rescued the charred fragments, which, she sent to the Treasury Depart ment at Washington for redemption. Mine's Nap To End. NEWBURYPORT, Mass., Aug. 4. The Chipman silver mines In Newbury, which have been dormant nearly a score of years, soon may be reopened. It is stated that a Western mining syndi cate, following careful assays, has de cided to sink a shaft at once. Alien Cured While Held. NEW YORK, Aug. 4,-Mary E. Haw ley, an immigrant, was held for depor tation at Ellis Island because she suf fered from rheumatism. Uncle Sam's doctors cured her and now she insists upon entering the country. KING On Tuesday, Augmst 1. 1911, at I:5 p m., CHARLES H.. husband of Maude M KlnK (nee Kosenberry). In the aeventy eecond jear of his age. Funeral from his late residence, 1435 U street northwest, todaj- at S p m Rela tives and friends invited to attend. LOGAN On Wednesday. August 2, 1911. at her reldence. SiS Twenty-sixth street northwest, after a Unset Ins Illness. MARY E widow of Daniel J Losan, In the sevent -seventh ear of her ase. Funeral (private) from her late residence on Friday, Aumisi . " v- BONNET On Thursday. August 3. 1911. at the residence of her daughter. Mrs. Arthur Gahan. Berwyn. Md , MARIE D.. beloved wife of the late John C Bonnet, in the seventy-fourth year of her age. Funeral from her late residence on 6at- ,.rt- Aueust 6. at ; v- "- at rroepect Hill Cemetery. D. C. at 3-30 p. m. MAX DAVID'S "1 Interment Washington. UNDERTAKERS J. WILLIAM LEE, tWDnilTAKER AND LIVEHT, 332 To. Ave. N. W. Telephone M. 1US5. Wnshlntfton. D. C FUNERAL DESIGNS FUNERAL DESIGNS - TUT dascrlptlon moderately priced. GUDE. 1214 V St I Clean-up Sale of Odd Lots of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing $12.00 Men's Blue Serge Suits $5.00 $16.00 Men's Blue Serge Suits $7.50 $20.00 Men's Blue Serge Suits $9.50 $1.50 Men's Khaki Pants 90c $1.75 Men's Good Working Pants 95c $4.00 Light Colored Trousers $1.50 $2.00 Men's Fancv Linen Vests 69c $1.00 Men's Linen Coats 50c $5.00 Mohair Coats $2.40 $3.50 Silk Alpaca Coats : $1.65 $12.00 Young Men's Suits $5.00 $18.00 Young Men's English Mohair Suits $8.75 40c Boys' Office Coats .1 15c $8.00 Children's Blue Serge Suits $4.25 $3.50 Children's Suits $1.59 75c Children's Knee Pants 25c $5.00 Children's Blue Serge Suits $2.75 50c Children's Linen Pants 15c $3.00 Auto Dusters. . '. $1.50 $5.00 Auto Dusters $2.50 $3.00 Bathing Suits $1.48 $1.50 Bathing Suits 95c Straw Hats worth up to $3.00 75c ' 85c Neglige Shirts...; 45c I $3.00 Men's Shoes $1.85 ouc suspenders 19c IfRIEDLANDER BROS., 9th and E N.W. A Sale Honest and Legitimate in Every Detail Men's and Youths' $12.50 SUITS Men's and Youths' $15.00 SUITS Men's and Youths' $20.00 SUITS Men's and Youths' $25.00 SUITS CLOTHING PRICE HALF-PRICE SALE ENTIRE STOCK Men's and Youths' Summer Suits at Half Price & Less Blue Serges Included $5.45 $7.45 $ 1 2.45 $2.00 Trousers . . 98c$4.00 Trousers $1.98 $3.00 Trousers $1. 45 1 $5.00 Trousers $2.48 ANY STRAW HAT YOU SELECT IJV THE ENTIRE STOCK 98c Shipment of KUPPENHEMER CLOTHES Record-breaking reductions in record-breaking values are bringing record-breaking crowds to the KUPPENHEIMEK Second Shipment Sale. It took this record shipment to meet the demands for these classy clothes. Even at that you had better hurry here if you would make your se lection while the assortment of styles, sizes, and fabrics is still complete. REMEMBER; There are no clothes like Kuppenheimer Clothes $22.50 and $20.00 SUITS 2s $28.00 and $25.00 SUITS 85 14 Manhattan Shirts Reduced to $1.15 fcntm:nnn;ti8:m.".iini::sa Men's Furnishings AT and BELOW COST 10c Handkerchiefs . ., 4 15c Lisle Garters 5c 15c Hose, all shades 7c 25c and 39c Underwear 19c 50c Keej) Kool Underwear 29c 50c and 69c Balbriergan Underwear33c 25c Soisette Soft Collars He 50c Silk Hose, 35c; 3 nairs $1.00 25c and 39c Neckwear , 15c 15c Washable Ties 7c 50c and 75c Men's Shirts 39c $1.00 and $1.25 High-grade Shirts. . 55c $1.50 and $2.00 Mercerized Silk Shirts 79C 25c Plain and Fancy Men's Hose, 15c; 2 pairs 25c 25c Men's Suspenders 15c' ALPACA AND SERGE COATS AT HALF PRICE Everything Sold As Advertised MAX DAVID No Mail or C.O.D. Orders Filled 709 Seventh Street Northwest Opposite Merchants and Mechanics Bank "MONEY BACK ON DEMAND " J gQRQSIl SHOES I For Boys and Girls 1 Sorosis Shoe Co., 1213 F St N. W. tmtnn;i8iiimii:t;:t:;t:a rniF INEXPENSIVE VAIVL SATISFACTOP SATISFACTORY Ther.e Is no more convincing evidence as to the merits of Coke than that It Is In general use In the homes for cooking and has the recommendation of the majority of housewives. "We will deliver you Coke at these prices. IS Bvuhela Larga Coke, delivered. ..S.5 l Bushel Lrc Coke, delivered.. .W.T9 19 BuiheU Large Coke, delivered.. .JS.3! 2S Buibels Cruihed Coke. dellvered.SXM 40 Bushels Crushed Coke. delirered.S4.M to Bushels Crushed Coke. dellvrred.St.Sf WASHINGTON GASLIGHT CO. Hi Tenth Street N. W. ssassijjtasBssssMsnsBiscaCjsaasSjs1siaa SPECIAL NOTICES FROM THIS BATK ON I will not be resonslble for any debts contracted by my .wife. Katie L. Carroll. JAMES H. CARROLL. Sr. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS' reward without a question for return of Jew elry taken from 121 A st. ne. Phone Lincoln Bli-M. JOS. E. FALK. 9U Le ave. Phone M. 2S43. Confectioners and Druggists are Saving Money By having us supply them with Freezing Salt and Flavoring Extracts. Depend able goods only. Write or 'phone for prices. 13-NO CONEUMEBS SUPPLIED. B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO. Wholesale Grocers. 11th and & U Sts. S. E. Send Out Good Printing Matter Don't waste your time or money with poor printing. Let us print your next Job you'll be more than satisfied not only with the workmanship, but the price, too. New modern plant throughout. We make a specialty of two and three color work. RUFUS H. DARBY PRINTING CO. Largest Plant In City. 905, JOT. S0 E st. I CHRISTIAN XANDER'Si 0LIVINA BURGUNDY California's highest type. $4.00 a dozen, 40c a bottle. Only at THE fAMILY.QUAUTY HOUSE QOQ U $r Phono Main 774. 3U9 U1 OU No Branch Houses. If job eTer bare anything 701 ra't need, tret money tor It through (he "For Sale Mtoe ads la Tkt Ilsei. -."-!- W& CL&fc diixx& -aftrft- - .-.-fcs 1 tf