THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, APRIL G, 1913.
ST. ANDREW'S BODY
TO TIGHTEN WIRES
Brotherhood, in Convention
Here, Plans Greater Concen
tration of Members' Efforts.
The Thirteenth Tridiocesan Conven
tion of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew
Is. in session at the Church of the As
cension today, and will continue until
4 o'clock when a cathedral service for
men will be -held In Bethlehem Chapel
it the Cathedral Close by the Rev. C. C.
Pierce, of Philadelphia. The convention
began yesterday with an address of wel
come by Bishop Hardlns- There are
50 delegates to the convention.
The problem before the meeting- Is
that of concentration of the work.
Heretofore there has been too much
wasted energy In the work of the or
der because of the lack of concentra
tion, and the members of the conven
tion will put their best efforts to elim
Following the opening session yester
day the officers for the year were
elected as follows: O. R. Singleton, of
AVashlngton, piesident; Commodore Wil
liam H. Beehler, of Annapolis, first vice
president; Edwin Brown, of Centrevllle,
second vice president: Earl Carson",
secretary and treasurer; John Hodges,
"Walter B. "Wesscls, Arthur Hodges. ami
J. Dolph. jr.. all of Baltimore; Colley
"W. Bell. R. X. Nash, and Richard
Gooie. all of "Washington. Col. W. H.
Glllan. of Centrevllle; Dr. Bryce Golds
berough, of.Cambridge. Mil., and Thom
as "Mr. Donaldson, of Elkrldge. Md.,
members of the executive committee.
The corporate communion was held
today in the Church of the Ascension.
Bishop Harding was the celebrant. At
11 o'clock ipecia brotherhood services
vere held In ajl the Episcopal churches
o; the city.
The usual first Sunday services were
held today in. St. Patrick's Church when
the League of the Good Shepherd at
tended 8 o'clock mass in a body. Com
munion was received at this service and
Jgr. Russell delivered the sermon. 'The
league will meet again at 7:20 o'clock
this evening when Mgr. Russell will de
liver another sermon. The sermon will
be followed by the benediction and the
'Solemn high mass was celebrated at 11
o'clock by the Rev. James A. Smyth.
The sanctuary choir under the direction
of R. Mills SUbyjgave a special program.
A special musical service will be held
tonight in the First Baptist Church at 8
o'clock. The quartet choir will sing
Corbin's "O Come Let Us Sing," and
Miss Xoack'will sing "In Dreams I've
Heard the Seraphs Fair" with a violin
obllgato. The service will close with a
violin solo by Mr. Howard.
Bryan at Colombia.
Secretary of. State Bryan will deliver
his lecture,, on "The Larger Life" at the
Columbia Theater -this afternoon at 3
o'clock before a meeting arranged under
the ausptces of the 'Christian Endeavor
Society of the District of Columbia. 'Tha
lecture, is one of a series of six which
Very roomy; rubber tlrea; fctrongly
eonatracted. Very useful.
Our Price 75c
REAL VALUE, aj.T.0.
-See What Cash Will Do For You."
See What Cash
Will Do for You
This new 'furniture house with its rich and varied stock of all-new furniture in
the latesf designs makes its INTRODUCTORY BOW before the Washington Public in
this great sale, and announces A STRICTLY CASH POLICY that will permit of selling
goods at the lowest possible prices. We do not believe in asking one set of customers
to pay high prices for their goods on the credit plan to offset our bad debts from
This Exact $16.50 American Quartered Oak
Buffet fce, $6.95
While this is a really re
markable bargain, it is not
exceptional in this house,
for we have a great line of
buffets, all at remarkably
low prices. This buffet has
large mirror, .linen drawer,
plush lined silver drawer,
and deep cupboard.
"See What Cash Will Do
This Exact $14.75 Magnificent
Substantial, Reinforced Top Oak, 6-foot
Our Price, $6.25
We have the largest
stock of dining tables
and furniture in
Sie.Se Oak Table SS.K3
22Jt Oak Table $14.50
9250 48-la. Oak
SWiVV WUI. Ulli SLY'Zsl
ime f3I.Ttu u
B.vi-1. zfc.H .ak.i
aay Table &.
"See What Cash Will
Do For You."
Visitor to Capital
Mast Walk and Walk
To Keep Self Alive
There's a man in Washington to
day who has to walk twelve
hours each day whether he
wants to or not If he doesnt
his blood won't circulate, and he
says he'll die in consequence.
His name is Albert Hoffman, and
since July, 1910, he has been
tramping continuously, always
fearful that something may pre
Tent his daily strolls. He will
Tislt the home of the Columbia
Turn Terein this afternoon, and
then will continue his journey
to 'ew York, the terminus of
his present plans.
Hoffman, who is about sixty years
old, had a building fall on him
during the San Francisco earth,
quake. When he got out of the
hospital, his blood refused to
circulate. He took up walking
as a remedy, and since then he
has had to tramp at least twelrc
hours out of each twenty-four.
will be delivered Sunday afternoons In
One of the features of the meeting will
be the large male chorus under the di
rection of Percy S. Foster, assisted by
William E. Bralthawaite, superintendent
of music for the Christian Endeavor So
ciety. The Porter Male Quartet of
Washington will sing several selectloRS.
The invocation will be said by the Rev.
George E. Miller and the reading by Al
fred E. Barrows. Dr. Samuel H. Wood
row will pronounce the benediction.
The Rev. J. Harry Dunham, pastor
of the Western Methodist Episcopal
Church, will deliver a sermon on "Char
acter Study of Stephen," tonight at S
"From Prison to Throne" will be the
title of the sermon to be delivered in,
the Foundry Methodist Episcopal
Church this evening by the Rev. W. R.
Wedderspoon. The sermon is one of a.
series of sermons on "Tragedy and
Pathos in the Book of Books."
The Rev. S. Townsend Weaver, of
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church, will
deliver a sermon on "Jesus in the Slums
of the City." The sermon will be pro
fusely Illustrated with lantern slides.
"An Evening of Poem3" will be held
tonight In the Metropolitan Memorial
Methodist Episcopal Church by the
Rev. James Shera Montgomery- Dr.
Montgomery will read a collection of
his favorite poems, and show their re
lation to the everyday happenings of
life, religious and otherwise.
SAX DIEGO, Cal April 6. Bei-ause
of malignant fever breaking- out
among- the crew of the cruiser .Col
orado, stationed at Guaymas. the ves
sel has been ordered to San Francisco
to be placed In quarantine.
Other at aireat
Will Do For
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. CERRETTi UY
Former Secretary to Legation
Here Considered as Legate,
According to Report.
Monslgnor Cerrettl, recently relieved
as secretary of the papal legation In
this city, where he has been statlontd
for several years. Is being considered
by Pope Plus a a capable prelrttc for
elevation to the church diplomatic posi
tion of papal legate according to in
formation of an authoritative source
received in Washington today.
With the assignment at the Washing
ton legation of the Catholic Church of
Monslgnor Mlsurata as secretary to suc
ceed Monsignor Cerrettl the impres
sion that the Vatican Intends to regard
the United States as a far more Import
ant church diplomatic post than ever Is
corroborated. Not because the new sec
retary Is more highly esteemed at the
Vatican as a diplomat is the impres
sion substantiated, but because the Pope
Intends in all probability merely to add
another diplomat to the personnel of
the local post. I
It Is probable that Monslgnor Cerrettl
will return to Washington as auditor
of the legation In event the- Pontiff
does not at this time sec fit to elevate
him to the position of legate. One of
the two actions will be taken. Monslg
nor Cerrettl will sail for Rome about
May 10 and will spend at least two
months at the headquarters city of the
Monsignor Mlsurata, now secretary of
the legation, is scarcely past his thirti
Secretary of the Washington ltgation
is the second diplomatic position to
which he has been assigned by the Vat
lcan. Until coming to Washington he
was secretary of the church legation in
the Philippines. There are two grades
of secretaries and two grades of audit
ors in the church diplomatic service.
Monsignor Mlsurata's assignment hero
promotes him from second secretary to
Monslgnor Cerrettl has been first au
ditor and acted as secretary of the
legation. Either Pope Pius will send
Monslcnor Cerrettl back to Washington,
or elevate him to the position of legate !
and send him to some other country ;
and send some other prelate to take the t
place of auditor of the American lega- j
Committee Praised for
Col. S. B. Stratton, Miss Marie A. Pe
terson, A. Y. Casanova, Miss Ethel
Wolfe, R. R. Groomes, and others are
being congratulated today on the suc
cess of the entertainment they gave at
the Pennsylvania Club meeting last
Robert La Xaire concluded the pro
gram with some Interesting slelght-of-hand
fl&R KJRMTUIHi CO.!
This Exact $18.50 Handsome Oak
Our Price, $9.75
Our assortment of China Clos
ets is the best in Washington and
the prices are the lowest.
$15 Oak China Closets.... $9.50
$32 Early English China
Various other woods, mahogany,
etc., at great savings.
"See What Cash Will Do For You."
This Exact Beautiful Mahogany Finish, Silk Plush Cushion
Price $ 1 9 O VaLe $t$ 1
We have a great variety of parlor furniture ranging
in price from SI 1.75 to SI 25.
"SEE WHAT CASH WILL DO FOR YOU"
ANACOSTIA GIRL IS
FOUND IN HOSPITAL
Lillian Hayes, Missing for Four Days, Is Located by Police in
Sick Bed Flower Growers of Suburb Enter Their
Blooms in New York Exhibition.
WASHINGTON TIMES BUREAU. ,
ANACOSTIA. D. C. APKIL. 6.
Lillian Hayes, sixteen years old, who
disappeared from her home In Minne
sota avenue April 1, has been found In
Providence Hospital. When she left
home she asked her mother for a car
ticket, merely saying she had business
in the city, but when she did not re
turn Mrs. Hayes became worried and
a search was begun by the Police De
partment. The Anacostla police learned
yesterday that Miss Hayes had been
taken ill after reaching- the city and
that she had gone to Providence Hos
pital for treatment.
The girl is much better today, and
she will be able to return to her home
In a day or two.
The third International flower show, to
be held In New York city the present
LET PSYCHIC GET IT
You Can Increase Potato Crop
and Win Love, Says
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., April a Do you
want to make love better?
Do you want to be a better salesman?
Do you want to be a better captain on
an ocean liner?
Do you want to make better mar
riages? Do you want to raise more potatoes
on your patch of ground than ever be
fore? If so, then you must "get psycho
logically correct." At least that I? what
Prof. Hugo Munsterberg, of Harvard,
states in his new book, "Psychology
and Industrial Efficiency." Psychology
Is going to work wonders In the indus
trial world, according to the professor.
It Is going to take that man who has
been working in a tound hole, and put
him in a square hole, where he lielonga.
The prnfr'ssor also argues that Indus
trial difficulties would be reduced to a
minimum and that working people wculd
do better work if they were put through
a course of phychological training.
He advocates the establishment of a
Government bureau for applied psy
chology, with special reference to the
psychology of commerce and Industry.
An inspection of our stock will convince you of its high character; and a com
parison with others' prices will show you that the strictly cash plan, as conducted here,
will bring furniture into your home at great savings. We list herewith only a few of
our many great bargains. Our five floors are a veritable exposition of the newest ideas
in home furnishings and well worth a visit just to see the magnificent display.
;Slsc,Pa .CARPcrst alii
OUR NEW BUILDING
la a rancuinrrnl, .-atnry Ntriielnrc
with Mhlte prensed brick fronl and
llMpln Mlnriiivix an each flmir. Fire
proof roaslruetlon Ihmiiubont. I.'ery
floor well IlKhtril. lUcetrlp rlrvaforn.
I.ADII-X hktiimm: IUIOJ1 ON
13V Kill IM.OOU.
Illc OMnrtmrnl rtiK. carnrtM. mat
tin x, rtv. No charter for lalnc.
week, will be attended by Anacostla
flower growers as well as by a dele
gation of florists from the city.
Adolphus Gude, the manager of the
leave tomorrow morning for the show,
leave tomorrow mornlg for the show,
and. William F. Gude. of the city, is
there already. He left yesterday.
Frederick H. Kramer, whose hothouses
cover a large area In Anacostla. will
The remains of Benjamin N. Estcp,
for whom a funeral service was con
ducted, this afternoon at his late home.
2235 Chester street, will be removed to
morrow morning to Hughesville,
Charles county, Md., where the Rev.
Dr. Smith, the rector of Trinity P. E.
Church, will officiate at the last rites.
The service today was conducted by
the Rev. Wlllard G. Davenport, rector
of the Emmanuel P. E. Church, of Ana
costla. The body will be Interred in the
church cemetery at Hughesville.
Wealthy New Jersey Man Uses
Bed Clothing to Commit
XESHAXTIC, N. J., April 6. For
several days Calvn Corle, eighty-four
years old. a wealthy resident of this
city, had been HI and confined to his '
iuuui. icaiciuAf juurmnK ne sur
prised his niece. Miss Deborah Corle,
by appearing at the breakfast table.
She congratulated him on his im
proved health.' After a hearty break
fast Mr. Corle said:
"I think I will go to my room now
and rest. Do not let any one disturb
Later Miss Corle heard piercing
screams. She hurried to her uncle's
room and found one of the servants
In a faint. Mr. Corle was hanging to
his old fashioned four-poster bed. He
had knotted one end of the spread
around his neck and had made the
other end fast to the upper frame
work of the bed. He was a short
man and his toes Just touched the
Fire Near Exchange.
BOSTON. April 6,-The Boston Stock
Exchange had a narrow escape from'
fire this morning, when the adjoining
Tremont Bank building was discovered
to be afire. The prompt discovery of
the fire enabled the firemen to get It
under control with a loss of about
WILL DO FORVQU.l
Regular Value $42
Exira heavy 3-in. post. Guar
anteed lacquer in any finish. We
have a remarkable exhibit of the
newest models in brass beds at
prices to suit every purse from
"See What Cash Will Do For You."
We have a
and models up
The forecast for the District of Co
lumbia: Fair tonight and Monday;
heavy frost tonight.
Fctccast for Maryland Fair tonight
and Monday; heavj frost tonight.
Forecast for Virginia Fair tonight
and Monday: front tonight.
Foreca; for Delaware Fair tonight
and Monday; frost tonight.
The temperature today as registered
at the United States Weather Bureau
IT. S. BUREAU. ! AFFLECK'S.
S a. m tO i S a. in 44
2 a. m 42 I Da. ni W
10 a. m 42 j 10 a. m ."!
II a. m 41 11 a. m 52
12 noon 43 I 12 noon M
1 I. m 43 I 1 p. in 51
2 p. m 42 1 2 p. m 53
High tide 7:47 a. m. and 8:17 p. m.
Low tide 2:02 a. in. and 2:23 p. ra.
Svn rises 5:40 Sun sets 6-Sir,
PROVE mm SfllKS THAN M
Grosier's, 1013 Pa. Ave. N. W.,
Headquarters far KitfpeHhetner -(Mies
A large number of Washington men
and young men believe in Kuppenhelm
er clothes. And this number lg becom
ing larger each year.
The reason is easily explained. The
wearer of a Kuppenhelmer suit knows
that the amount of thought and care
put Into the making of Kuppenhelmer
Clothes relieves him of all thought
about their style, fit and wear. He Is
comfortable In mind as well as in body.
The styles this year In spring Kup
penhelmer clothes include some brand
new effects as timely as the calendar:
they are sure to Impress you; and some
staple styles that seem never to lose
Kuppenhelmer tailoring Is famous,
among those who know, as the refine
ment of specialized skill. The name has
been a recognized leader in good
clothes-making for many years. It" has j
the prestige 01 quality and stands for
However much or little you may know
about clothes, you can safely trust the
name Kuppenhelmer because It stands
for guaranteed clothes maker-backed
clothes clothes that must and will sat
isfy you in every point.
Kuppenhelmer suits are priced to meet
the needs of every purse $13, CO, $23,
For real clothes satisfaction, buy a
"Kuppenhelmer." And remember Gros
ner"s, 1013 Pa. Ave.. Is the only firm
selling Kuppenhelmer Clothes in Wash
We have been fortunate in securing as manager of this new establishment, MR
J. REIPLINGER, who is well known in the furniture business in this city, and he will
be glad to welcome his many former patrons and friends here. His excellent judg
ment, and long experience in matters of home furnishings are at your service in help
ing you to decide any of your furnishing problems.
This Exact Colonial
This Exact Superbly Made
Real Value, $7.50
great variety of mattresses in all materials
Iron Bed Springs, $1.75
and upward. Values at least 40 More.
"See What Cash Will Do For You."
Democrats to Observe
Jefferson's birthday will be cele
brated by the Young Men's Democratic
Club of the District with a banquet
April 14. Commltteesrnow making ar
rangements will meet Tuesday. It Is
expected that several men prominent In
the party councils will be present. J.
Fred Kellcy is president of the club.
1100 New York Avenue.
Can teach you by approved rap
Pitman Grenr Stenoa;rapbr
Tonch and Slajht Typewriting
Baalneaa and Civil Service Course.
Beirtaaera aad Speed Claave.
Enter any time. Individual In
struction. Day sessions. 9-4. Evening-
NINTH AND P STREETS
We posIUrelr guarantee post
Uobs to oar graduates.
New equipment of up to date
typewriters. Day and night school
now open. Write, call, or phone
M. 3430 for catalogue. Every branch
of business taught.
nirni itt all languages.
II la Ml II Superior native teachers
DCIlLI I L Tcrma Reaseaable.
iriai lesson ma.
Simi jfiaMB Itfajajb
Day Evening Sessions
At School or Rssldtaee.
Classes and PrtvaU.
U ltth ST. K. W. PHONE MAIN 33.
Branches In over M0 leading cities In Amer
ica, Europe and Africa. Pupils travellna; mai
transfer the value aC their lesaons from oaa
clUr to another without additional cost.
NEW CLASSES CONSTANTLY FORMING.
WOOD'S Cowaerrfal School
311 East Capitol Street
School of Gregs Shorthand and Touch
School ot Bookkeeping. School of Civil
School of English Branches.
Twenty-seventh year. Free Catalogue
TELEPHONE LINCOLN .
Cot F. Wood, LL1L, PriMpa.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
1 UTH ST. N. E. PHONE L. 173X
exact BRASS BED
French plate glass, high
ly polished mahogany,
oak, Circassian walnut, and
Every dresser in our
stock represents the latest
improvements in construc
tion and the best models.
"See What Cash Will
Do For You."
This Exact $19.50 Mahogany Veneered
We have the richest
tables, chairs, bookcases
and finish is here, and
there are exclusive
designs which you
ain't find elsewhere
in the cit, and the
prices on all are con
siderably lower than
"See What Cash Will
Do For You."
Schoolmen's Club to
Honor Prof. Hanus
Prof. Paul H. Hanus. of Harvard will
be the guest In whose honor a recep
tion will be given by the Federal
Schoolmen's Club, at Friends School
Friday evening. Prof. Hanus is a mem
ber of the commission which recently
made an elaborate report on the educa
tional system of the city of New "fork.
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MOVING. PACKING. STORAGE
Let Us Pack
Tanr furniture, rhlns. hW-hiwA A, n.
shipment to other cities. Yf employ assert
STORAGE, MOVING. SHIPPING.
Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co.
tCO-KS E St. N. W.
PADDED VANS " Cartful aba
rnuucu vwo Makes Moving Esay.
Get our estimate. Packing and SWpptaa
IT H STREET. . PHONE Ml
EMERGENCY TRANSFER CO.. AUTOMO
blle vans. Moving. DX-Jclng. shlDDlnr. Boa-
tclal rates on pianos, -ntsnee moving spec
ialty. Ph. N. 3. Nlc. N. tMC im 2d ST.
H. BAtJM & SON. S12 PA. ATE.
fl load per month. Phone M. 1S4
ICO SEPARATE storage rooms; sea us bafora
storing. THOS. DUWLING ft CO. Aaa-
tloneers. tU E st. N. VY. Paons Main OX
GET OUR ESTIMATES on absolutely 8re
proof storare. moving, packing. UNtTEO
STATES STORAGE CO. 4H-2S lath at. H.
W. PSone M. . W-.
PADDED vans. H IS Id.: J-h. wagon. It 14.
Phone Main 191S-U1.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER & STORAGE" CO
ME N. T. At. JC W.
Packing and Shipping. Storage. C van lead.
MOVING EXPENSES REDUCED.
We will do your moving, packing, and
shipping, and take !n payment old tnmlture.
stoves, etc. WASHINGTON'S FURNITURS
CO.. 1510-1515 7th st. N. 17. Phone Norta EM.
FOR FREEZING SALTS
and Flavoring Extracts of. aatls
factory quality. We're dally up
plying the needs of leading drug
gists and confectioners. Call us
up for prices. '
23-XO CONSUMERS SUPPLIED.
B. a EARNSHAW &BROJ
Wholesalers, 11th aad X Sta. 8. C
st- J C-t-tJ. team
aBBBjB m kJVnewtT. nsws.
Are Blood and Flesh Makers
909 Seventh St
Price OSf C
Usual Price $1
Other chain. for
Bed room and Din
ing; room at correa
"See What Cash Mill
Do For You."
See What Cash
Will Do for Yon
assortment of library furniture,
in Washington. Every wood
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