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Cruiser With Strongest Wireless Going to Mexico
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Ceremony Is Performed At Noon
At Catholic Church in London.
LONDON, Nov. 7. William F. JIc
Combs, of New York, Democratic na
tional chairman, and Miss Dorothy
Williams, of Washington, were married
at 12:30 o'clock today In SS. Peter and
Edward Catholic .Church. The cere
mony was simple and quiet, and only
thirty guests saw the wedding. They
included' Ambassador and Mrs.' Walter
H. Paige, Ambassador and Mrs. Myron
T. Herrlck, of Paris, the Earl and
Countess of Craven, the Earl and
Countess of Suffolk, and Lord Curaon.
Charles W. Halsey, of New York,
was best man. Miss Williams, who
wore a plain traveling frock, was un
attended. Father Bernard Vaughan.
There was a simple wedding break
fast and Mr McCombs said, they
would remain, in London for a few days
before sailing for America on their
Friends of the chairman professed
to believe that Mr. McCombs will now
accept the Paris embassy which Pres
ident Wilson ottered him after his in
auguration, and has several times since
urged him to take It The post has
been kept open Ambassador Herrlck
holdrag over. McCombs refused today
to discuss the ambassadorship.
District Commissioners Will
Not Consider Requisitions
For Joint Disbursements.
Hereafter the District Commissioners
will not be called upon to glvo their
approval to requisitions for funds ap
propriated for work on puDiic duuuiuK
and grounds in Washington, even
though the' bills ore paid jointly by
the United States and the District.
Secretary of War Garrison recently
submitted to the commissioners requlsL
tions for moneys "for the care o pub
lic grounds In the District, for -lighting
public grounds, gor salaries of employes
of public bulldfngs and srou"d..
for the' maintenance of the highway
bridge across the Potomac.
The Commissioners demurred on the
ground that they had no control over
the expenditure oftbe funds, and had
no way of accounting for them, ine
question was submitted to Judg
Downey, Comptroller of the Treasury,
and he held that the statutes clearly
put these works under tho Jurisdic
tion of the Secretary of War, and
that the Commissioners' position was
well taken. ...
He suggested remedial legislation,
and decided that the funds might be
drawn upon the requisition of tn
Secretary of War alone, after tho
vouchers had been submitted to the
auditor for .the District, ,so that he'
might 'carry the amounts In his accounts.-1
The Comptroller said that ho
did not believe that the situation; de
manded a ruling that vwould compel
the confusion of a half-and-half
un Wrecks Boat
And Two Men Drown
CUBA N. Y., Nov. 7,-The accidental
discharge of a shotgun caused "the
drowning" of John Coafes, of Wells
ville. and Lloyd Gardner, of Hornoll,
in Cuba Lake. The men were Ashing
and hunting from a boat, when the
cTtarge of heavy shot tore ahole In,
the bottom of the craft and it .sank.
Neither man could swlrn.
Mother Buried Child Alive.
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UTICA, Nov. 7. The Litte Fall no-
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uuc luuay arrested Mrs. Emmlllan
Anlol, . missing," since Tuesday, on- tho
charge of Infanticide. She told Chle
Long that she took her new-bom hahv
and burled 'It illve In a pileaof ashes in
a small shed at tho rear' of the "building.
KIEF, Russia, Nov. 7. Summing up
continue loday In'the "ritual murder"
trial, M. Grousenberg, chief counsel for
"Mendel Beills, the defendant 'charged
with the murder of Andrew, Yushlnsky.
was the first speaker. Ills argu.nent
was expected to last througn th entire
day and perhaps longer. Itwas said
to be doubtful that avvrdlct would be
reached tomorrow as predicted early in
the waek.
Allr of the prosecution lawyers so far
have .used "more time than was antlci-
Sated. f M. Sarnislovlcsy, one of the most
rilliant criminal lawyers In Russia,
spoke continuously .for eight hours.
Beills. at his conclusion, was sobbing
aloud, and cried out: "I am Innocent
May God strike mefled If I-did that"
Bequest -to Salvation Army. .
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-LIVERPOOL, - Nov. r-Mary Jane
Fowler, left her entiro 'fortune, 1ef,00i,
to the Salvation Army.
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Parisian Sage. Makes J-feir ,
Abundant -and GIonQusly,
Radiant Quickly Re- -moves
Dandruff. "
If Parisian Sage does not remove dft- -drufT.
top splitting hair, falling; hail
ana scalp itch, and put life and luafer .;
into the dull, faded hair of anjt mad
woman or child, O'Donnell's Drug Store , .
will refund the purchase price. """
Parisian Sage Is one of .tho moat
pleasant invigorating and refreshing
hair preparations. ,No cheap perfumery
odor, no disagreeable concoction, but ft
daintily perfumed tonic that proves lit ,
goodness the first time it Is Used.
Dandruff is one of the main cause"
of baldness, and thin, .dull, faded and
unattractive hair. Parisian Sage re
moves dandruff with- one application, ,
alsd freshens up the' hair nd beautlfles
It until It Is soft, lustrous and abun
dant. Get a SO-cent bottle" today; all, drug
gists" and toilet counters sell It Yov
will be both -surprised and deUjfat!
with the first application. Advt
'Cruiser Chester, Equipped For
Action, Starts For Vera Cruz
From Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 7. Equipped
with sufficient stores and ammunition
for six months' active service, the ar
mored scout-cruiser Chester sailed from
League Island today for Vera Cruz.
Upon arrival there Captain Moffettwill
report to Rear Admiral Fletcher, com
manding the second division of the At
lantic fleet
The Chester will be used for patrol
and scout duty. In the event of Inter
vention, the Chester will nose along the
coast on the lookout for trouble and
'land bluejackets wherever necessary to
Protect foreigners. The Chester will
aJro assist in maintaining a blockade of
Mexican ports, if such action is de
cided upon. . ptrv
Naval officer sajr. tho" Chester, In ad
,?dltion to possessing ' the 'longest range
wireless apparatus In the navy, will be
"especially valuable .because her dis
placement Is much less than other ships
her size in the navy. They explain that
i the harbors of the Mexican coastline
are so shallow that battleships of the
United States navy would "be virtually
useless for near-shore work.
Dispatch of the Chester to Mexican i
waters, naval ouicers said, lurnisnes a
good Indication that it is the intention
of the Government to blockade Mexi
can ports. The Chester la one of the
i fastest vessels In the navy.
In all 2,400 tons of coal are stored In
her bunkers and ,,her magazines are
filled with 2.000 shells for her three-Inch
.guns and 500 for her flve-inch guns.
There Is also plenty of ammunition fori
tier liciu auu mukmiio uus, auu i mu
supply of torpedoes.
The Chester is equipped with the most
powerful radio apparatus on any
naval vasseL When she reaches the
Mexican 'coast she will be in con-1
' stant communication with the Ar.
lington station, so that officials here
may get news without interruption.
President Wilson's Envoy, Who Has
Gone Back To Mexico City.
Quarters Sought
For the Home Club
A. A. Jones, Assistant Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, and
temporary president of the Home Club,
appointed a committee today to find
new quarters for the club. Tempor
arily the organisation is out of a home,
as it has been learned that the build
ing where the last njeetjng was held
will not be available next week. Mr.
-Jones expects to be able to decide upon
a place and a day within a short time.
The committee considering the ap
plication of colored employes for ad
mission to the club will -probably re
port at the next meeting. While no
formal vote has been taken it is known
that the sentiment among soma of the'
committee is unfavorable.
"Booster" Is Published
By Kallipolis Grotto
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The Red Light that dazzling beacon
of fraternal journalism, once published
by Kallipolis Grotto. NoJ5, O. V, P. E.
It., has burned itself out and in Its
place has issued "The Kalipolls Boost
er," with a motto, "Boost Boys, or
Bust!" ,
The "Booster"' devoted a page in Its
present Issuo to Kallipolis Grotto, an
other to the past and another to the
future. A personal column Is a feature
of the publication. "The Booster" an
nounces a business session for Decem
ber 15, when officers will be elected.
There will be a benefit at Poll's De
cember 16, for Kallipolis Richmond
convention committee.
Rich Man Starves to Death.
SALMA, Kans., Nov. 7. Daniel Kllla
hane, who, since his wife .left him,
twenty years"u'agor'has rived the'llfe of
a reeluso on'hls farm, near here,-wa
found dead, of starvation In his home.
Klllahane owned one of the richest!
tarms in tne neignoornood and large
herds of livestock and had a substan
tial bank account. He was seventy-five
years old.
At the Kafka Shop
fqr Young Folks
The shop where true value is given and where the best
of everything is shown.
Sale of Children's Coats
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4C will buy smart coats of
lk cloth, chinchilla or cordu
X' roy for the girl or boy 2
to 6 years.
m will buy a warm coat of
j Jgood Btylo ,for the girl 8,
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to 14 years.'
fr-fi Cf wil1 buy "any -cloth
JS3U or chinchilla fcoat
for girll of all ages.
Values up to $14. , ,
gt"y ier wl11 buy a11 wool
T4 S l sergo dresses for
" the school girls, 6 to
14 years. Neatly made and In
the best materials.
. m w( will buy sanitary
J W galatea dresses for
F JJ school girls 6 to 14
years. Guaranteed fast color,
newest model.
t- mr will buy all lined white
Tl corduroy "coats for the
-H- little tots 6 months to 5
years. New models with wide
Boys' hats, many colors and
styles; corduroy, plush, CA
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scratch felts
Tfcn styles of Hats. Very jrood
materials with feather stlckups.
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10 Discount on. Accounts Closed in 30 Days '
Kdon and Paris perch
in the palm of your
hand, when you scan
the "Regal Blue Booh''3 -for
Autumn and Winter. It
unbolts the door of Fashion
marked "Private." It plucks
the world bare of its style
Regal Shoes for Autumn
Winter, now ready for your
survey at every Regal Shop,
are not vapid "copies" of fashions,
but the virile fashions themselves.
The "Regal Blue Book" is free
for the asking. ,
Exclusive Custom Styles
$4 to $5
Regal Shoe Company
Men's and Women's Shoes
1003 Pennsylvania Ave.
409TO417Smami$TN.W PhoneMaw 2826 '
You Can t Afford to Miss
Seeing Our Fall Overcoats
Let us show you how well we are prepared to meet your needs
for the cold winter weather. We are showing some of- the snap
piest models we've seen for many a day, as well as conservative "
' styles for the older man. Dark blues and grays in heavy rough
fabrics seem to be the favorites. Shawl collars and belted backs in
the shaggy effects that give 'warmth without weight, are the most
popular, although the convertible collar is always in good taste.
Snappy Fail Models in
- Heavy Warm Overcoats
$17.50 -
We're showing some very snappy
models in the new rough materials that
give warmth without weight, in dark
grays and blues. They are designed pri
marily for the man who appreciates true
style when combined with good service
able woolens. They are in shawl collar
and belte'd back models, although some
have the comfortable collar. These are
extremely good values at the price.
Suits of Correct Style and
Unusual Merit
At 322.50 we are showing styles that
are authentically correct and at the same
time conservative in their cut. They are
hand tailored and show the hand of the
master tailor. The favored materials are
soft grays, rich browns, and the always
suitable blue. They are in three button
models with high vests and medium leg
trousers with cuff bottoms.
Open An Account With Us
Savings V2 Price!
'' In this serfsational sale of the Benjamin stock of Men's and
Young Meh's .Winter Clothing w& ae giving the men of Wash
ington the most stupendous values'ever known- It's the one.
big sfaitling sale event-'of the season, involving thousands of
dollars" worth of high;grade Overcoats and Suits which we
secured at about FIFTYCENTS ON THE DOLLAfrowing to a.
DOOR answer its call tomorrow and profit ly these treraencj- ,
ous ciotningvaiuesi . t
Big Values in Men's Overcoats
$12.00 Overcoats Reduced to $6.50
$15.00 Overcoats Reduced to $g. 75
$18.00 Overcoats Reduced to $ 1 0.50
$20.00 Overcoats Reduced to $ 1 2.00
$25.00 Overcoats Reduced to $ 14.5
435,00 Overcoats Reduced to $ 1 8.75
Men's high-grade London ChindiilUi Overcoats;" made
in the" newest styles, with regular, or shawrcollars; tailored
In the finest manner. Swagger coats in'r'' f tj
great demand. Values worth ' iip. "to" I K 1.
I20.00 in this great sale at. ........ a " J, rm' sJ
Open an account with us and enjoy the Drlvlletro of
wearing the clothe whllo you arrange for convenient
weekly or monthly payments. You do not pay anything
for this privilege, and no irsater values are to bo found
Mayer & Co.. 409 to 417 Seventh St.
v Me's Suits Sacrifice
XfsY$lG amd $12 Salts.. .!$Sje I Salts worth p te $3Se...$lJi0e
Mea's $15 d $15 Stdts. .J6.75 'Smits wortk Hpto 2W...$15
Salts worth up to $1&50. . . .87.59 Skits worth vp to $99.99. . .S1S.75
Salts ,-irorth ap to $29.99. . .$8.75 I Salts worth ap to $K9. ..$159
Are You "
for a
If so
Use the Classified Col
umns of The Washing
ton Times and get
quick respoz.23.
Relief For Your Teeth
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The best Coko iui' tamily use. All
sizes. We sell to dealers only. Any
coal dealer can set this coke (or you,
The DR. WHITE Scientific Treatment
The greatest advances of modern scientific denu'stryJ
nave coninouiea 10 mase ine ur. vvnite metnoas tne most
efficient, the most reliable, and permanent. See me today
and get an absolutely" painless treatment for all your tooth
! ills. Work guaranteed for 20 years. Lady attendant.
Lowest Prices
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Gold Crowns,
$3, $4, and $5 j
Fillings 50c and $1, in I
Geld, Silver and Platinum.
Sl.p or
Ffc "R 117'IT Ynri? painless
407 Screnth St. N. W. Opposite Woolwortk's
Hours: 8:30 to 6; Sao., 0 to 1; Wei fc Sat, Until 8-P. SL Pkoae N. 19
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