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THE WASHINGTON TIMlis, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1912.
IN MARYLAND H1LS
Walter Tuckerman, Master of
Hounds, Leaving Farm
Near Chevy Chase.
Somewhere out In the Maryland hllli
twenty-nvo or thirty riders, all mem
tew of the Washington Biding and
Hunt Club, are following the trail of a
Virginia fox that was turned looae at
10 o'clock today. When last heard from
the fox wag still well In the lead with
the field scattered over u mllu behind
At the aame time the fox was lo u
the hounds were started on a suvuii
tnlle drag hunt which led up to llio
Point where the fox began his race.
This gave the fox half an hour's sturt
of the pack and gave the field and the
hounds a good breather before the real
cent was picked up.
The fox was brought to this city last
week by Richard Cloughton, who
caught him when riding with the Nor
folk Hunt Club of Norfolk, Va. The
'ox Is an old one and has footed the
hounds on several occasions. The pack
following him today Is not 'experienced
on live foxes and there Is a good chance
of the fox ranking his escape.
Walter Tuckerman Is master of
hounds for thin afternoon and started
the fox from hl farm one mile west of
Chevy Cahse. The pack was thrown in
seven miles from tho farm.
Have Ten in Cabinet
Senator Borah, who Is In charge of
tho Department of Labor bill In the
Senate, expects that measure to pass at
this session of Congress. The result
will be that President-elect Wilson will
have ten Cabinet members to name In
stead of nine.
Senator Borah will bring up the bill
t the earliest opportunity. He says
that If It does not pass It will be for
reasons he does not foresee now.
IT'S just one year away Thanksgiving, 1013. And what is there that cannot be accomplished
in a year's time.
Today you are a rent payer helping some landlord to pay for his home instead of
your -own home acting as another man's source of revenue when yourself and your family
should be receiving the fruits of your labors.
This time next year you can be the owner of your own home, and have a good part of the
purchase price paid for.
No rich aunt will have to die to bring about such an era of prosperity for you, but you can
bring about this better condition yourself and with the money that you are paying for rent.
Here are Two Ideal Homes
That Can Be Bought With Your Present Rent Money
T T ERE is a modern home in the fullest sense of
f1 the word. It is of beautiful pressed brick'
construction, re-enforced with steel. The in
terior is comprised of six spacious and practically ar-.
ranged rooms and bath.
Every necessary modern convenience will be
found already installed in these homes, including
such additional features as a handsome art mantel
and built-in bookcase in the parlor, beautiful art drop
light in the dining room, and hall light of artistic de
These homes are all ready for your immediate
occupancy, requiring only your furniture, and but
little of that is actually needed, so complete are the
trimmings and decorations throughout. '
The location is in Columbia Heights Columbia
Road at Sherman Ave. where homes sell from
$5,000 up. The price of this home is not $5,000,
but only $2,750, with the privilege of purchase on a
basis of $150 cash and $22.50 per month,
TO INSPKCT Tako any 11th street
car going northwest, get off at Colum
bia road and walk one square east; or
any lltli street cur going northwest, get
off at Columbia road, and walk three
squares east; or any Ninth street car
going northwest, get off at Columbia
road and walk one Square west.
Our TREE AUTO Service.
This service Is for the free accommodation of those Interested In any of our properties. It does
not obligate you In any way. In fact, wo will be glad to take you to any other properties at the
same time, so that you can make comparisons. Just drop a poital or phone Main 2313 for this
FREES AUTO Service, and wo will call for you and bring you back again.
SHANNON & LUCHS
Look For Our Green and
Disagreeable Weather Serves to Keep Many at Home in
Virginia City Elks Make Final Arrangements
For Annual Memorial Services.
WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU,
ALEXANDRIA. VA., NOV. 2.
Today was one of the quietest Thanks
giving Days that Alexandria has ever
The disagreeable weather conditions
of the early morning kept many people
oft the streets, and was also responsible
for a smaller attendance at the church
The banks, schools, public offices, and
a majority of the business houses closed
for the dayt and there was a complete
cessation of business this afternoon.
Church services were held at the
three Episcopal churches, and early
mass at St. Mary's Catholic Church and
at 11 o'clock the congregations of the
Presbyterian, Methodist, and Baptist
churches Joined In union services at tho
Second Presbyterian Church, where the
Rev, Q. A. Luttrell, of Trinity Church,
preached a sermon appropriate to the
occasion. The collection at the three
Episcopal churches was divided between
the Alexandria Hospital and the Epis
copal Society for Disabled Clergy and
that of tho union services went to the
The needy of Alexandria were well re
membered. Donation day was observed
at the Children's Home'and the Alexan
dria Hospital. The Inmates of tho
almshouse and the prisoners at the Jail
were presented with many gifts of
fruits and other delicacies. Between
the hours or 3 and 6 this afternoon the
Red Men gave a dinner to the poor
children of Alexandria In the Young
Miss Flora Henley, supervising princi
pal of the Washington schools and a
irradunte of Columbia College, New
York city, will address the Alexandria
Teachers Association at the Leo School
at 3:30 p. m.
William Trigger, a young white man,
left home yesterday morning for the
purpose of killing a Thanksgiving 'pos
sum with a ,38-callbrc rcolver, so he
stated to Judge Cnton, In the police
court this morning, but beforo he reach
ed the outskirts of the city, where the
'possum was In hiding. In- a hollow log,
price. Located at
have only one or
parlor and dining
one or none.
he Imbibed too much pre-Thanksglylng
cheer, and as a result was arrested by
the police. He was charged with dis
orderly conduct and carrying concealed
weapons, and his Ingenious excuse did
not save him from punishment as he
was fined 120.
Samuel O. Brent, Commonwealth at
torney; R. D. Brumback, special com
missioner; Howard W. Smith, receiver
of the Virginia Safe Deposit and Cor
porat.on, and Douglas Stuart, represent
ing the Washington National Building
and Loan Association, will leave for
Richmond today to tune pari in inn pro
ceedings tomorrow before the circuit
court in that city relative to the dis
tribution of t.X6 depositee by the tic
funct Virginia Safe Deposit and Trust
Corporation with the State treasurer.
At a meeting of tho officers and com
mittees of Alexandria Lodge of Elks,
which was held last night, tlnal arrange
ments were made for the memorial ser
vices which will take place at the opera
house next Sunday. Announcement was
made that the speaker of the evening
will .be the Hon. Kyle B.- Price, of Ala
bama. A tribute to tne aeaa oi Aiex-
nnitrla T.nrtcrn will he made bV J. Fred
Blrrell. A musical program will be ren
dered by Miss Kathryn hnii, wenara
will be pronounced bv the Rev. Edgar
Carpenter, and the benediction by the
Rev. John Lee Allison. The Opera House
will be elaborately decorated.
Mrs. Alice Moncurc Wallace, sister of
Mrs. Wlirarn J. Morton and James it.
Beverly, of Denver, Col., were married
at noon yesterday by Rev. W. J. Mor
ton In the parlors of Christ Church
December 27 was the date set by
Alexandria Lodge of Elks for their
Christmas entertainment at a meeting
of the committees held last night. In
the afternoon between 3 and 6 o clock a
Chr'atmas tree with the traditional
Santa Claus will be arranged on the
third floor of tho building, while on tho
second floor a program of songs and
recitations given by children will bo
under way. In the evening from 8 to 12
the Elks will have open house, to bo
followed by a donee. Tho Christmas
baskets to the poor of Alexandria will
bo distributed on December !Hh.
T T ERE is one of the finest typesxithomes of its
Jj size that you will And in the District of Co
lumbia at any price a far better value from
any standpoint than you can obtain elsewhere at the
14th and Perry Sts., in the fash
have four porches, where others
two. They have two fireplaces (in
room), where other homes have
They have hardwood floors through
out, where other homes have but the first floor in
hardwood or no hardwood floors at all.
You have your choice of a modern hot-water heat
ing plant or an equally as modern heating system of
the most advanced hot-air type.
And so it is throughout the entire house. Ex
clusive features are to be found everywhere, inside
And remember you pay but $38 per month after
the first cash payment of $300 a cash payment only
sufficient in size to show the purchaser's good inten
tions. TO INSPECT take any 14th
street car going northwest. Get off
at 14th and Perry streets, and you
are right at the properties.
14th Street N.W.
Thanksgiving Forces Sym
bolized in Pageant Given
An elaborate Thanksgiving Day pa
geant was enacted by the girls of Nor
tr a) School No. 1 at the Franklin School
building yesterday afternoon, the
pageant symbolising the forces of nature,
of the harvest, and of the thanksgiving
spirit. The theme worked out resembled
slightly that of "The Bluebird," and the
"Blackbird" was one of the principal
Miss Rebecca Woodworth was Mother
Nature In tho pageant. Miss Leal Rose
played Janice, a small boy, and Miss
Bessie Humphreys, Lamar, his sister.
The children lost In the woods are
guided by a fairy torch to the scene of
the harevst-rejolclng by the harvest folk
and the wood folk.
other characters were:
inn duck bird, Louise Mahrer: first i
nymph, Dorothy Macon; second
nymph,' Frances Falconer; third nymph, I
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Lucy Hunt; harvest moon, Mellnda
Taylor; Indian Summer,' Mary daddls;
October, Alva Von Esdorf; turkey, Ca--mllla
Dubolse; north wind, Edna
Crump; snow Hakes, tho Misses Wal
ters. Davln, Cox, Clssel, Nevlus, and
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Jack Frost, Mabel Paul; autumn leaves,
the Misses Allen, Bcncke, and Handy.
A large audience witnessed the pa
geant. Tho school assembly room and
stage had been denked with autumn
nnf harvest' trophies.
Kxttdsei la Schools.
Thanksgiving Day exorcises also took
place In a number of the graded schools,
though no general observance was di
rected by the supervising principals.
Senator Cummins Held .
Home by Father's Illness
Word has. been received hero from
Des Moines of the dangerous Illness of
the father of Senator Cummins, who Is
nlnetv yeari of age and has been In
poor health for some weeks.
The father of the Iowa Senator,
though of advanced ago, was In vigor
ous health until a short time ago. Now
hf Is not expected to survive. Owing
to his father's Illness, It Is uncertain
when Senator Cummins will reach the
Spans Ohio' River.
LOUIBVILLE, Ky., Nov. 2s.-The
magnificent new bridge spanning tho
Ohio river between Louisville and tho
Indiana aide has been formally opened,
and will be ready for traffic as soon as
the finishing touches are put to the ap
proaches. The bridge was constructed
- a. n...i r-n. - m nt hHmk
12,000,000. Its greatest span Is NO feet
long andwelghs 4,400 tons.
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everywhere under a t-onltlvc guaran
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Wilson Girls Barely
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HAMILTON, Bermuda. Nov. a.-The
Misses Wilson went motorboatlng with
Colonial Secretary Popham Lobb. The
members of the crew w-re awed when
the daughters of the President-elect
came aboard and failed to lend aid.
The result was that both were In
danger of going overboard. The re
covered their balance after a wobbly,
tense fraction of a minute and were
Stlmson Nears Key West.
KEY WEST, Fla., Nov. 24,-Secretary
of War Stlmson and party, who have
been on an Inspection tour of Panama,
will arrive at Key West Friday morn
ing by the steamer Colon. After a few
hours In this city tho Secretary and
party will leave by train for Wash,-
WITH ECZEMA .
Spots Burst and Ran All Over Face,
Sore and Inflamed. Had to Tie
Mittens on Hands. CutlcuraSoap
and Ointment Cured Completely.
Freetand. Md. "Baby's scsema started
la Uttto spots aad would burst and run all
over his face and wherever the water would
touch his face. It would male Mother sore.
Pimples would break out and make his face
sore and Inflamed, and ha was vary cross
and fretful. It was awful. Be suffered
tortures from It, and we had to tie mittens
on his hands to keep him from scratching.
We tried everything ws knew and had him
to three doctors, but they could not help
Um. A friend of mine told me of the Cutl
cura Soap and Ointment aad I went to a
drug store and bought them. When wa
would bathe his face with tbe Cutlcura Soap
and apply the CuUcura Ointment, he would
be much better. Be would wake up la the
Bights and cry with his face aad ws would
put on some of tbe CuUcura Ointment and
then hs would rest all right. By keeping
this up every day bis face began to heal sad
then got weU altogether. Ha suffered just
about a year before we used tbe Cutlcura
Soap and Ointment and they have cured
him completely of the ecxema. We use the
j Cutlcura Boap all the time and there Is no
Drnw soap tor us asm." (Signed) Mrs.
Harry Wright. Mar. 21, 1012.
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Itching, scaly scalps, dandruff, dry, thin and
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A New Number
Yes; she, has taken olT her mask,
even on the cover, and a more be
witching smile you never saw. A
sequel of this amazing story wai
demanded by hundreds of readers.
Here it is u startling round-up to
a most daring bit of fine writing.
Says He Was Shackled;
Sues Naval Officers
NORFOLK, Va.. Nov. H.-Dcelarlng
he was Imprisoned In the brig on the
receiving ship Franklin, and paraded
before his shipmates with his hands
manacled, without being mado aware
of the charges against him, W. D.
Dickey, naval commissary steward,
has riled suit for $55,000 against Rear
Admiral R. M. Doyle, commanding the
Norfolk Navy Yard; Capt. John O.
Qulmby, commanding the FranklliU
Capt. Rogers Welles, commanding the
battleship Louisiana; Capt. Arthur T.
Marlx, commanding the marine corps
company -of tho Louisiana, and Capt.
H. P. Ileuse.
Dickey alleges ho was humiliated be
fore his shipmates for several days, and
lie charges that his Incarceration was
In violation of naval regulations. Inas
much as no specification of tho charges
against him was made.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
OwIm to thai mld avmrth of oar
Fall and Winter Season
both houses will remain open this year
instead of on c
tne nosing- as m
November and December
the most dellshtf ul months of the year,
no charge k mad for private bath muni
White service In both American plan and
a la carts dlnlnc rooms. Exquisite music.
a sstres and othsr amusements. Rollins
airs. Golf, Sooth .termor's ramone
nnl'ir road Ownership mnsrmt.
J081AH WHITE SONS COMPANY
EpeMsl Ute afternoon classes for adults
starting In Shakespeare, Latin, ami Mathe
matics. Day and ntsht graded and tilth
school courses (or children and adults, alaj
private coaching. Catalogues.
FRANCIS MANN HALL, A. M., Principal
Tst at. an, ra e ht. n. w.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
HI Eleventh at. N. 12.. I'll. Line. 1729.
Washington School of Accountancy offers
profesilonat training; for business and for
public and private accounting practice: pre
parta for state examination . P. A.; fg.pase
bulletin. Addresa MVllON JERMAIN JOM&.
M. A.. Director. Y. M. C. A.. liM U at.
MAHMDM TsUS WatBUVS
Wednesday, Thursday and Sat., at IM.
F. KIEQFKLD JR. Presents
A WINSOME WIDOW
TS XlegfeM Famous Iteaaty Girls
lllmter Than "gUsrlOisl JT4IU "
SV.V I ROBERT as
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Prima Donna Hoprano Metropolitan
Tickets Belllns-HOO. tl.to. 11.00. Tie.
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THE WONDERS OF INDIA
Popular Prices. 2S to
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THE CALL OF THE HEART
A Drama 'Way Out of the Ordinary.
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3& SEATS NOW SELLING
Matinees Wednesday and Katunjay.
Charles Krokmaa Presents j
iT-rrlei Peter Pail
No Mall or Phone Order.
Most Deautlrul Theatre s, Amcylca.
Attractlona Equalling- the ! Theatres.
Dally Mats., :3c. Eves, :ic. Mk.-. 73o.
Trices Not Increased ThankaaivlnS
Matinee All Seats ?Sc. Th Prnvi.
dence l'lers In "WHO 13 BROWKT"
laKen i-rom -airs. Temple a Tela
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rioi'dlnl Ilros. Raymond c Caerly,
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"THE TRAINED NCRSEB." COrnl
Iti-sTE'"? Eighteen. Other Acts.
llrllliant Vaui1vltl twn Mrfmnmi... rt1..
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ALL. THIS WEEK.
The Show of Dash and Ueauty.
Presenting HARRY FIELDS, the Hebrew
Funster: Lllla Urcnnsn and Blanche Cur
FRIDAY NIGHT-COUNTRY STORE.
Next Week-LADY BUCCANEERS.
For Two Performances Dally
MAX 8PEIC-EL Presents
And Her Company
With a Wonderful Caat of .
Next Week "Tha Golden Crook Company.'"
Mme. ALMA GLUCK
Ureal soprano from the Metropolitan Qranil
Operu, New York.
Monday, Dec. S. t0.
Prlcc-2.S0. IJ.00. 11.60, II (10. lloxee. IM OS.
I'.esenatlons may be made by mulling as
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Washington Symphony Orchestra
Belarlck tasasasr, Caaaactor
FIVE TUESDAY afternoon concerts at
III;, with on eminent soloist at each con
cert. First concert Tuesday, Dec. 10,
Prices of season tickets, K. 13.72. I2.C0
and t.:3. On sale at T. Arthur Smlln'a,
u.'f r si..
Friday. Nov. 29.
aSJill UXll W Eery Thurs. Sat. Ere,
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