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X THE WASHINGTON TIMES,' FKP)AT,-AUGfUST 2, 1912. FUNERArRITES FOR C. B. BAYLY, JR., TO BE HELD TOMORROW Services to Be Conducted From Father's I Home. northwest at 10 o'clock. The body Will be Interred In Arlington National Cemetery. WILLIAM CREIGHTON WALLIS William Creighton Wallls, for many years prominent as a grocer and cafo owner, who died nuddenly Wednesday, will be burled thin afternoon In aien wood Cemetery. Funeral services will be held nt 2 o'clock from Wright's chapel,-1337 Tenth street northwest. DAVID B. WHITMORE. Funeral services will bo held this af ternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the residence of his daughter, 1316 W street north west, for David 13. Whltmore. who died In his seventy-ninth year. Inter ment will be In Congressional Cemetery. Funeral services for Charles B. Bayly, jr., manager of John F. Kills & Co., who was found dead In his store yes terday afternoon, will be held tomorrow from tho residence of his father, 1333 Klevcnth street northWestr at 2 o'clock. Interment will be In Rock Creek Cem etery. Tho Rev. William V. Tudor will officiate. The cor6ner haB returned a certificate of, death from natural causes, and the disease from which he died Is supposed to have been acute nephltls, a severe liver trouble. It Is thought he died almost Instantaneously and without pain, us his father declares .that his face boie no evidence of suffering. When found by Fred Reoves, a young clerk In the store, the water was flow ing from a splggott In the lavatory, a wet handkerchief was found near where ho lay, and his forehead and face were wet. It Is thought by members of his family that he was suffering from a headache and bathing his forehead when tho end came. Mrs. Bayly had planned to leave the city Wednesday. Upon the request of lier husband sho postponed her depar ture until this morning, but the home had been closed. When she was In formed of her husband's death she was almost prostrated. Charles Bayly was born forty years ago In Baltimore. When quite young ho removed to tills city and 'had lived here nearly all his life. He was widely acquainted, especially with merchants along Pennsylvania avenue. He graduated from Washington High School, and shortly afterward was mar ried to Miss Edith Darragh, of Roches ter, Pa. Mrs. Bayly Is well known tn musical circles, having conducted the music at Wesley Methodist Church for mnny years. Mr. Bayly was for a time connected with Lyon & Henly, of Chicago, and with Sam Hamilton Co., of Pittsburgh, music dealers, but for the past fifteen years had been connected with John F. Ellis & Co., of this city. He Is sur vived by his wife and one son, Charles V. Bayly; also by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Bayly, two brothers, and five sisters. MRS. MARGARET TATE. Mrs. Margaret Tate, wife of Lieuten ant Tate, of the Fifteenth Cavalry, stationed at Fort Meyer, died unexpect edly yesterday In Baltimore. The fun eral will" take place tomorrow at Hamp ton. Va.. 'her old home. Mrs. Tate was formerly Miss Margar et Schmelz, of Hampton, Va., daughter of Henry Lane Schmelz. a prominent and wealthy banker. She was only twenty-three years old and had been married about eighteen months, during which time she had become unusually popular among her associates at Fort Meyer. She had been 111 for some time, but not seriously, and her friends were cnocKCu lo learn oi ner uuum. m lne onicers or me ritieenin vavairy have sent a handsome floral offering to the funeral, and several will probably go to Hampton tomorrow to attend. ELIAS BLONDHEIM. Ellas Blondhelm, a well-known mer chant, died yesterday at his residence, tho Avon, Columbia road. Funeral serv ices will be held there Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. He Is survived by his wife. Mrs. Rose Blondhelm. MRS. ANNIE WILDER. The funeral of Mrs. Annie E. Wilder, widow of William W. Wilder, who died Wednesday, will be held- tomorrow morning from the residence 1923 I street SWISS SOCIETY HOLDS BANQUET AT CLUB Gruetli-Verein Celebrates Birth day of Alps Republic. A banquet was held last evening by the Washington GruetU-Voreln In tho Arlon Club to celebrate tho 621st an niversary of the birth of the republic of Switzerland.' Organized In Washington fifty-three years ago, the sqclety maintains an ex clusive organization, and umong Its hon orary members are Col. Emit Frcy, of Berne, and Hon. Alfred do Claparede, of Berlin! It has dono much to acquaint Americans with the history and char acter of the little republic of the Alps. Among those in attendance were Rob ert Abersold, Emll Aeschbacher, Eu gene J. Bernhard, Xavler Borruat, Frit Bruegger, Georgo F, Burga, Caspor A. Caspar Molnrahd Casper, Francis Chau mentet, Leon Chapuls, Henry C. Egloff, Gottfried Fankhauscr, John H. Florin, Albert Furrer, Henry Gersbaoh, John G. Gruber. Emll Holer, Fred A. Immer, Jacob Isell, Julius Kampfjr, Adolf Krebs, Achlllo Lalsaue, Julius Llnder, Frederick C. Luthl, Hans Maag, Henri Martin, Frederick Muller, Gottfried Mucn ger, Henry Pflster, Charles Plcard, Charles L. Rey, Dr. Paul Rltter, Casper Ronz, Marc Roux, Anguste Sandoz, Fritz Schmdt, Charles Schuoppbach, Wil liam Stelger, Edmond Sychrowsky, Emll Wellauer, Joseph W. Zlmmermann, ani J. Benjamin Egloff, Mesdames Spless, Elsenbelss, Holer, Klrshbaum, Rlckenbacher, Ryhner, Walters, Glorannlnl, Gutmann, Stelger. Grass, Schmid, Hoist, Caspor, Nottcr, Bouchert, and Gruenewald, and Misses Schmid and Holer. "POLICE patrol; A LIVELY PAPER, MAKES ITS BOW Monthly Publication Will Be Organ of the Police x Association. Bug Poisons Flooding Postal Department The deltige has come upon Postmaster General Hitchcock. A few days ago several newspapers printed a story to the effect that water bugs were eating the mucilage from Uncle Sam's stamps and doltig untold damage. Today postmaster General "Hitchcock Is beginning to .realize the value of publicity. Bug powders galore, liquid exterminators, poisonous and nonpolson ous, ar piling Into tho Po&tofflce De partment. Promoters and salesmen have sent In a stream of correspondence and samples. Postmaster General Hitchcock sighed today when he read these claims, and dropped this pearl of wisdom to h!n subordinates: "Could I but cash these claltnu . .m said, "tho department and all our build ings would bo rid of water liues In tlm proverbial three shakes of tho lamb's laij. Tho PoIIco Patrol, which is to bo the official organ of tfe Police Association of the District, made Its Initial appear ance today. It Is a four-pago papci, devoted to news of tho association, und will be published monthly. The officers of the association have thlb to say In their salutatory editorial: "With this lSBfie, volume 1, No. 1, tho PoIIco Putrol makes Its Initial bow. In explanation of its aim and purposes, we feel that a few words to tho members of the PoIIco Association will not be out of placu. As indicated bythe name, tho Police "Patrol Is strictly a police news paper, -devoted exclusively to news of the doings of tho Policeman's Associa tion and of Its members. "Knowinir as we do of the vast amount of good work done by tho Po Hcoman's Association, and that In tho faco of tremendous difficulties ana laree obstacles in Its way. we feel thut the PoIIco Department, as a whole, Jn nn( fnllv nnnreclate tho earnest and persistent efforts of the association tending to the betterment or tneir po sition In life. Ani nn h . Policeman's Association has decided to launch a monthly news nnper, devoted entirely to news of the iiBflnrlntlnn nnri ltn members. Riving the major portion of the minutes of the rrirtlnirs. the 1 financial statement ouar- tcrly, and news of tho Police Dcpart- mint in trinirnl. Tho PoIIco Patrol will bo found always to be moral In tone, conslntent In speech, but at tho same time Indulging In light frivolities at the expense of tho members, at which we wish them to take no offence, and at an times advancing the Interests of the as sociation. "Special attention will be given to writings of tho members of the PoIIco Department, which from tlmo to time may be forwarded to the business oftlco of the PoIIco Patrol. Also giving the history of tho lives of deceased mem bers. Matrlagcs and birth notices al ways find a welcome" In the columns of tho Police Patrol, and In short, tho Aninrra nf tl,A Atlllrn H lnn ft mOTl t w! 11 bfi published insofar as possible A COPy Will UO BUIIL IIIUIH.HIJ 111 Viwn member of the association free of nl.n .. toViIMi wf itnrnftRtlv hnnn will be read, as from tlmo to time Important resolutions win no iirwieu, niuv.ii win be actei upon tho week following tho lsBue of the paper. "The publishers wish to state that the paper is to be run solely In the In terests of the pollceirlen's assoclultlon, and Invite tho co-operation of the entire association tn making It a bright, clean, sheet, which will be looked for every month." Has His Arm Broken. Henry Btreb, fourteen yearo old, of ill R street northwest, had hla rig it arm fractured whllo cranking hn auto mobile last evening! Ho was treated at tho Emergency Hospital, GROSNER RECEIVES SECOND SHIPMENT KUPPENHE1MER SUITS Great Popularity of "First Sale Makes a Second Shipment Necessary to Supply Customers. OPEN UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK SATURDAY NIGHT B" Where Your Dollars Count Most" rf" ft EHREND3 722-724 7th Street N. W. Saturday Sale of Uoym' SSc BIoubm, J 3c Pretty striped and checked fast color Blouses for boys, 4 to n years, sat- in .;li M urday 38c' Bora Kh- 9Q kl ranta Oul BARGAINS IN HIGH GRADE MEN'S CLOTHING Supply Is Limited and First Comers Get First Choice. Owing to tho great popularity of Gros ner's sale of Kuppenhelmcr mcn'u-qual-Ity suits at 1013 Pennsylvania Avenue N. W., the firm has been compelled to get a second shipment of these suits from the factory. When the first Bhlpmenl from tho Kuppenhclraer factory was landed by Grosner at BUch a remarkably low price, provisions were mado that should a sec ond shlpmont bo necessary It could bo secured at tho same low figure. This means tho great reductions will con tinue. Tho great values offered at this sale drew men from nil over the city. Everybody was eager to save monoy on their summer suits by getting them at this sale. No better quality suits can be pur chased than those put out by the Kup penhelmcr factory. Well-dressed men appreciate tho distinctive utyle. the dur able fabrics and the largo selection of weaves ana colors or this clothing. Never beforo in tho history of the Kuppenhelmcr factory has thlB cloth ing sold at such wonderful reduc tions as will be seen at this sale of Crooner's. Kvery suit must go and none will be reserved. There 1b not enough room In the Grosner store at 1013 Pennsylvania avenuo to accommodato any of the clothing received In this shipment. Every man In Washington who was not fortunate enough to get in on the first sale of these Kuppenhelmer suits should lose no time In getting his suit at this sale. These remarkable valuos can't last long, and a great money-saving opportunity like this doesn't pre sent Itself very often. The secret of success Is In recognizing the opportun ity when it Is presented to you. It will pay you to buy two or three suits and put them by for next sum mer. Many of these suits are cood weight, and can be worn right through the winter. Remember, you have no time to lose. First come, gets first choice. BlgKt&t Valae-GlTlitK Sale of Dresses This Tews Has Eycr Known 3.80 Embroidered QQa Chambrar Dresses. 9W Surprisingly handsome dresses of strictly fast, color lavender,, tan. and blue cliambroy; Btyllsh high waist band,. 1 piece model drrtss, with round Dutch nerlc, side fastened bodice. , Entlio front richly silk embroidered. EdgcB of garment scalloped silk crocheted. Big Sat- QQa urday special 7U $4.50 New Stripe lawn Dresses,J1.27 Very Latest Black, Blue, and Lavender Striped Dresses, of ex quisite soft quality laces. Fas tened on tho side style of waist, with bias folds of same cloth, square Dutch collar and turn back cuffs, edged with (1 f)f7 linen lace D1. I E Women's 35c Silk Boot Hose Pure silk black ' Boot Hosiery for women with, lisle heels . and toes 'and garter tops; also fine gauze lisle In white. tan, ana ngnt colors. 36c qualities , Wonderfully' Good $1.00 Embroidery Trimmed Corsets District Progressives To Leave Tomorrow District delegates and alternates to the convention of the National Pro gressive party, at Chicago, is 111 leave on the Pennsylvania tomorrow at 10 a. m John Callan O'Laughlln, Dr. J. r. Wilder, George F. Collins, Elmer Bar roll, and H. B. Plummer are among the District men who will make the trip. Headquarters of the party In the Dis trict arc making preparations for Issu ing literature and cards in a short time, and a vigorous campaign will be pros ecuted in, the States adjacent to the Dlstrjct, particularly in the torrltoiy near at hand. Breaks His Arm While Throwing Baseball While practicing In the Monument lot yesterday, Charles E. Haupt, jr., a draftsman, threw a baseball with such force that his arm was fractured. He Is thirty-one years old. The bone snapped Just as the let the ball go. The fracture Is not serious, and after the arm was treated at Emergency Hospital. Haupt left for his apartments at the T. M. C. A. Su.oo to Niagara Falls and Return. Baltimore & Ohio. August 9th Special train of modern coaches and parlor cars leaves Union Station 7M5 via Philadelphia and Lehigh valley route. Choup sldo trips from tho falls to popular resortB and liberal stopover privileges returning within limit of 15 days. Other excursions August 23d, September 6th, and 20th, and October 4th. Advt. SATURDAY ONLY This tl. OO Embroidery Waist, 45c Dainty all-over band s u r p 1 I ce style waist of splendid quality cyqlet embroid ery. Just like Picture. Worth 11.00. Saturday price, 45c in 0:.OO Linear Norfolk WnlatM. Mc. Popular Norfolk Blouse Waists, of fine thread union linen, double stitched front and back pleats, patent loather belts and either I white or blue sailor collar and turn back cuffs. 2 hip Sockets. Saturday only, v 94c Extra length deep hip corsets of serviceable coutll. Bias gored with-re-enforced boning-. Embroidery trimmed tops with draw string. Fin ished with front and side support ers, IS to 30 sizes rz TT-TTrrr-rr Clearance aaie ot uuin uihi ouu Garments, Worth $30.00 $6.99 Choice of finest man-tailored Suits, in black and colors; strictly man-tailored or richly trimmed; guaranteed satin lined and all this season's choicest fljjC QQ models. Saturday only vp V 3f 7 Saturday Underwear .Specials 23c Munllu Drawers, 17c Of 6 a 1 quality cam bric, with hemstitched hem; open and cloned. 17c. SSc Lace Comet Cov er, 18c S-tnch yoke of fine val lace run through with baby rib bon. ISc. 80c Lace and Em broidery Skirts, 49c 1 rows of lace Inserting or embroidery flounced Skirts all have dust ruffles; 49c. SOe Gonna, 34c 2 rows of embroidered and fine tuck ed yoke, of good quality cotton: full cut sizes. 3fC. r PRINCE ALBERT, FUIX DRESS. AND TUXEDO SUITS FOR HIRE 1 $ 5 and $6 Trousers To Order For fegm ""vewari 2.35 . At J vJWff fctl'-Hni HW mnm is an t -. rf:.i'--.l ?1T..IS4!5 ?; ' SI An illustation of the way I am slashing prices. I am determined to make a clean sweep of all this great stock, and I am not hesitating to cut prices clean in two. These Trousers are in excellent patterns of striped worsteds, and would cost you at least 5 ready made. Suits, $10 Choice of a great number of good patterns actual values ranging from $15 to $22.50. All shades and effects in grays, blues,, browns, tans, and mixtures. Proportionately good bargains at 1 $12, $13. $15, $18 and $20 United States Worsted Mills Serges, $19 Never Sold Below $20 Reduced to Russian Blue Serge Suits, $d Guaranteed Fadeless Now Reduced to 9 Live, Interesting Editorials The Editorial Department of the August MUNSEY contains the usual number of interesting and instructive editorials. If you want to keep abreast of the times don't miss reading this department. Quality and Quantity in Magazine Reading The Political Story of the Day "The New Progressive Party What It Is and Why It IsM By MR, MUNSEY Appearing in THE MUNSEY FOR AUGUST . The Munsey Magazine for August contains 6 Big News Articles, 1 Big Serial Story, 10 Short Fiction Stories, Editorial Department, Theatrical Department, Fi nancial Department, and numerous Poems. Profusely illustrated. 15 Cents the Copy At all news-stands, or sent direct by publisher on receipt of price. THE FRANK A. 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