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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1913.
Wants Special Shape
For Poison Tablets
Women Will Form
.
Jonadab Auxiliary'
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titration into the charges brought by
John A. Hennessy.
One of the things the district attor-
Willie, On His Roller Skates, Finally Dashes Into
Just the Right Person
I ney- wants most is the original of the
tcicgram, wnicn xiennessy claims ueorne
H. McGuire sent to him on October 27.
which Hennessy read from the stand
yesterday. McGuire flatly denied hav
ing telegraphed the Investigator.
It was signed "M." but Whitman Is
anxious to see the original. Employes
of the tlegraph company. It Is believed,
might also be nble to give some Infor
mation as to who filed the message,
which was sent from Syracuse.
VOTE OF TUESDAY
Prince George County Democrat
Carries Every District One
Record Vote.
N"ot onlr should, all poison tablets be
snaae a distinctive snapo. tuc tney
tehould be of a size to contain but one
Members of Council No. -1, Sons of
Jonadab. will assist In the formatlenc
of a women's auxiliary at a meeting
this evening. Many women, have ex
pressed a desire to Join, and a large
charter enrollment Is expected. Th?
tenth anniversary of the formation of
the order comes Sunday. Congressman
Austin of Tennessee will be the prlar
clpal speaker. e
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medicinal dose or the drujr. so that the
taking of one would not necessarily be
flatal or particularly -harmful, according;
to Sur. Gen. Rupert Blue, of the Pub
lic Health Service.
Surgeon General Bluo favors a tablet
ho distinct that any one past the are
dt childhood would Immediately recog
nize it. This should apply to the whole
category of poisons, he believes.
Sweeps State For Evidence in
Proof of Charges Made By
Hennessy.
wnuman Deneves ne now has enough
information to warrant Invlnir matters
before a grand Jury, and expects to col
lect a great deal more as to the alleged
i
nigaway graii.
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RETURNS CONFIRM
WHI
MANN TRAIL
OF HIGHWAY AFT
I
HTATTSVII.LK. Md. Nov. T The
board of election supervisors of
Jiince George count met in Upper
Marlboro yesterday and canvassed the
votes cast at Tuesday's election. The
official count showed -practically no
difference from the unofficial tijjures.
"Caleb C Magrudcr. a native of the
county and Democratic candidate for
re-election as clerk of the court of
appeals of Maryland, carried every
distrk- in the county, and secured
1.55 more M'tvs than his nearest op
paBt. Blair Lee secured a majorlty
of TStf os oer Thomas Parran. his
Republican opponent for the United
States Senate.
T Van CUyett. of Upper Marlboro.
Democratic candidate for the house
of delegates, led the ticket, securing
a total of 650 votes, twenty-five
more than was cast for Blair Lee.
William Randolph Smallwood, candi
date for the house of delegates. 1M
the Republican side of the ticket, se
curing 1.3SS votes, coming withlng
1SJ votes of beating out Joseph
Blandford. jr Democrat, for the hon
or of representing this county in ths
lower house of the State legislature.
Addison. Democrat, polled the second
klfhest vote for house of delegates.
One of the largest majorities ever
registered on the county ticket was
that of George P. Hickey. Democratic
candidate for the office of register or
wills, defeating his Republican op
ponent. Claude McKee. by 1.050 votes.
The official figures as given out at Up
per Marlboro last evening were as fol
lows: For United States Senate, Fields,
43; Hendrickson. 3; Lee. 1563; Parran.
1.753: Wellington. 76. For comptroller of
the State treasury. Beckman. 67: Bald
win. 95: Harrington. 1.S35: MeUerott.
1.717. For clerk to the State court of
appeals, Denhard. 760. Elderdice, 51; Ma
Sruder. 2.263: Saunders, 35: Smith, i
For road director. First road district,
Bowley, 815; Smith. 1.6S3. Second road
district. Brady. Democrat, unopposed.
1.931. Third road district, Owens, 963;
Randall. 1.727. Fourth road district,
Duley, 1.149: Edelen. 1.692. For State
senate, Carmody. 1.996; Holmead, 2,jM.
For house of delegates. Addison. 2.2&;
Blandford. 2.191: Clagett. 2.650; Van
Horn. 2,213: HIM. 1.S67; Hughes, l.G5j;
Porter, 1.407: Smallwood. 1.998. For
county commissioners. Crandall. 1,259;
Gude, 2.123; Pyles. 1.254: Suit. 2.106. tor
sheriff. Hardy. 2.450: Sweeney. USS. For.
register of wills. Hickey. 2,322; McKee.
1,270. For county surveyor Latimer,
Democrat, unopposed. z,is.
AH the constitutional amendments
were carried by small majorities, and
but few people voted for them.
Red Cross to Elect
Officers on Monday
The election of officers and reports of
the activities of the past year, with ad
dresses on interesting subjects will fea
ture the annual meeting of the District
of Columbia Chapter of the American
Red Cross at the Residence of W. J.
Boardman. 1801 P Street northwest, on
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
J. W. Magruder, general secretary of
the Federated Charities of Baltimore,
will be one of the speakers. Miss Jane
Delano will tell of the work of the Red
Cross Nursing Service, and Miss Mabel
Boardman will give a resume of the
work done by the American Red Crow
during the year. Reports will be made
by the chairmen of the standing com
mittees of the chapter.
Miss Davis Goes to
Postoffice Department
Miss Marie E. Davis, clerk at J1.2TO in
the Bureau of the Census, Department
of Commerce, has beer transferred to
the Postoffice Department.
In the Bureau of Standards, Herman
J. ICalser has been promoted to skilled
laborer at $720. and the appointment
of William B. Alexander as Junior lab
oratory helper at J3G0. at Northampton,
Bandit, Single-Handed,
Holds Up Western Train
OMAHA, Neb., Nov. 7. In approved
Western style, a lone bandit, unmasked,
but heavily armed, early today held up
the crew and passengers In the obser
vation Pullman car on the through
Chicago-Denver train on the Burling
ton road, between Omaha and Couiich
Bluffs, escaping with $300 in money ana
five valuable watches.
"GETS-IT," Nothing
Like It for Corns
Ey Ah Our, Two, Three: No Kuh,
Xo Ptoln, b, I'ntnij "GETS-IT."
Juit take two seconds to put a lit
tle "GETS-IT" on that corn. That corn
is "done for" as sure as the sun rises.
The corn shrivelb up, vanishes. That's
S8
See Hon Uulrk "OBT!-IT" Will He
mote That Corn jind Mop Ihr
Corn-I'aln
the surprise you get by using this new
plan corn cure. There's nothing to
6tick to the stocking or tjek. your
corn pains stop You're saved the
bother of applying plasterb that make
the corn bulge out from the core.
You're saved salves that eat Into the
healthy llehh and "pull," no more fuss
ing with bandages. You don't have to
help by picking and dragging out your
corns, or cutting with knives or razors.
"GETS-IT" is safe, painless, stops
pain, never hurts healthy flesh. It is
guaranteed. Try it on warts, calluses
and bunions, too.
"GETS-IT" is sold at all druggists'
at 23 cents a bottle, or sent direct by
E Lawrence Co.. Chicago. Sold In
"Washington by O'Donnell's Drug Store.
People's Drug Store, P G. Affleck.
Advt.
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NEW YORK. Nov. 7. With a special
grand Jurj summoned for December and
seeral promising leads said to have
been opened up. District Attorney Whit
man today had process servers search
ing the State for additional witnesses
to bo summoned in the John Doe Inves-
Owes Her Life to
This Lung Medicine
The manufacturers of Eckman's Alter
atlve, a medicine for Throat and Lung
affections, regret that all sufferers of
these serious troubles do not take the
trouble to Investigate for themselves
wliAt this medicine has accomplished
during the past fifteen years In a num
ber oi cases. Keaa mis:
Griffith. Lake Co.. Ind.
'.'Gentlemen: About September 10. 180S. ray
raother-ln-Uw w taken lck. with Catarrhal
Pneumonia, which developed Into Lung
Trouble. In January, whan Rev. Wm. Berg,
or St. Michael's Church, at Schcrenrllle. Ind..
prepared her for death, he recommended that
I set Eckman's Alterative, and sea If It
would not lve ttr acme relief. The attend
Inir Dhvilclan declared itie had Lunar Trouble
j and was beyond all medical aid. So I Im
mediately naa ev. vtm. ctrj vj rdu iu
i bottle. Practically without hope for recov-
! -v. . . .. .k .. !. llla.atlvlt
htt. -i iiumni K..&. ann l. , ...: ..v- .... .
which she did. I am glad to say that she
oon begun to Improve. Now, ahe world
as hard as ever, weigh! twenty pounds heav
ier than she ever did before the took sick,
anl la In food health.".
(Affidavit) JOS. GRIMMER.
ahnv &hhnvl&td; more on reaueaU)
"Eclqnan's Alterative has been proven
Dy many years test u do "'" c .7
r-fnua tnr aovpre Throat and Lung Af-
fMiiMm RrAnrhitii. Timnehtai Asthma-
Stubborn Colds and In upbuilding the
system. Contains no narcotics, poisons,
or habit-forming drugs. Sold by O'Don
nell's Drug Stores and leading drug
gists. Write the. Ecwn&n Laboratory,
Phiiortclnhla. Pa., for booklet telling of
recoveries and additional evidence.
Advt.
Lecture on Panama.
Miss Lilly Kelm and the Misses
Frances and Emma Buschewsky will
be in charge of the entertainment to
night at the Metropolitan Baptist
Church. Sixth and A streets northeast,
flt which an illustrated lecture on
Panama will he given.
Asheville-
the most
delightful place
in America
for your
" 1 'V i JJt
lhanksgiving
Holiday!
The charm of the Asheville
climate is indescribable. Only
those who have experienced
it know the delights of the
Autumnal sunshine, blue
skies and balmy air of this
famous plateau, 2,000 feet
above sea level. Visit
Land
Golf, tennis, horseback
riding, hunting, fishing, and
charming social life await
you. Excellent hotels and
private cottages afford every
comfort at Asheville, Tryon,
Saluda, Flat Rock, Hender
sonville, Waynesville, Bre
vard, and other attractive re
sorts. Reached on luxurious trains of
SOUTHERN
1 Railway
Premier Carrier of the South
I.emr Arrlc
Washington hellr
T,t", P.M. 10:')r, A.M. next iln
JOi-l.-t P.SI. 2i V.M. nrxt tin?
Through Sleeping Cars.
Dining Car service. Round
trip tickets to and from
Florida, good via Asheville
stopover privileges.
For complete Information ap
plj to
L, S. BROWN,
il-nrrnl Asent.
C. W. WESTBURY,
iHHistnnt (irnrral .A Kent.
70. I r.tli Street V AV
MuahlDfiton, D. C.
KAUFMAN CLOTHING COMPANY The Avenue. Bet Ninth nd Tenth SU.
George town-Virginia Score and Get f7 O 17 17
lat or Derby Free. Regular Price $2.85 r IV 4 MU
.OUESS the
VI Picadilly Hat
Write the acore a.nd the qnarters In which the aeorea are made on a allt of paper and leave at
oar store. Opes to all. No purchase neeensary to trueaa See window display for farther Information.
Prise oa display.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Suits and Overcoats
$20 $2250 $25 $2750 $30 $35
Hart Schaffner & Marx make the sort of clothes that men who want to he
successful ought to wear; everything about them all-wool fabrics, fine tailor
ing, perfect, up-to-date fashion, correct fit all these things represent the ut
most economy-value for such men.
There is no fictitious value attached to our clothing. Our S20 suit is a S20
value and the very best suit that you can buy for $20. You know the splendid
reputation behind Hart Schaffner & Marx good clothing.
"K-Made" Suits
and Overcaats
$1250 15 $18
The man who wants to pay
$12.50 to $20 for a suit or over
coat will not find a better clothing
value in the city than our "K
Made" line of all-wool clothing.
The fabrics are the kind that re
sist wear; the tailoring such as in
sures the permanency of the cor
rect, well-fitting shape.
tWe will refund your money if
you buy a suit or overcoat here and
find it not entirely satisfactory.
$1
.15
tnglish Handstitcued
Cape Gloves . . .
Blowing your hands these cold wintry
days? Get a pair of our Cape Gloves
at $1.15. Heavy out-seam walking
glove. Warm yet dressy. All finger
lengths. We know how to fit the hand.
Mocha gloves in grays, tans, and suede.
Kid gloves, silk lined.
No matter what your size; no mat
ter how particular you are as to the
weight, we have what you want in
UNDERWEAR
$1 the Garment
Our wool mixtures are guaranteed
non-shrinkable and non-irritating. Union
Suits, $1 to $5; cotton and wool mixtures.
Hats and Furnishings for Men Who Discriminate
Kaufman Clothing Company
933 Pa. Ave. Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing
II ." T-" "1
Woodward & Lothrop
New York WASHINGTON Paris
NOW FOR THE BUYING OF
CHRISTMAS TOYS.
It is none too early to think abou.Vthem--a.nd buy
them, getting the advantages of early shopping and
avoiding the rush of later.
TOMORROW -A SPECIAL DAY FOR THE CHILDREN:
The Christmas Toy Store
Shows All Its Treasures and Asks
the Visit of Every Boy and Girl.
This is the long awaited for event, and.we want the parents and guardians of children
to bring them in to see the New Large Toy Store, which now . ,
OCCUPIES THE ENTIRE FOURTH FLOOR OF THE NEW F STREET BUILDING.
With this greatly increased space, the newest fixtures for showing playthings to the
best advantage, ample room is afforded for the utmost convenience and comfort ofbur
customers, and for the little folks who merely come to see and be amused and enter
tained THE OPENING OF THE PLAYGROUND
, Will Be An Important Feature of the Toy Store
r r-rargejsoachasbeen-appropriately.encfi)sed anaTITyery facility provided .for the
enfertain'ment3br,tte children. , Plenty of daylight, and abundance of sunlight and fresh
air not a small, stuffy room, but a playground, where the children can safely enjoj
themselves tor their- heart's content Let fheni take a jii-ionthe Merry-Go-Hippbdrome.
- Girls Will Take Especial Delight is Inspecting ;the Dolls' Salon -and
the Wonderful Family of DoHs of All Nations.
The Doll Salon and Family of Dolls is arranged in a section to itself.
Adjoining the Doll Salon is a head-to-foot outfltting .department, where may be se
lected separate dresses, shoes, slippers, and all articles of apparel that may be desired.
The Doll Hospital isgreatly enlarged and fully equipped to render any service to
dolly in her mishaps and injuries. ' -;
In providing a home for dolly, you.can choose from" the Modest Little Bungalows to
the well-established city home; luxuriously furnished. And.'all the fittings may be chosen
separately.
Many Novelties Will Be Shown, Some of 'Which Follow:
The Springing Tiger,
The Walking Elephant,
The Walking Dog,
The Musical Doll,
The Noisy1 Baby,
The Propelling Horse,
The Braying Jackass,
The Huge Noah's Ark.
Boys and Girls Should See These Things in Their Special Section for Easy Inspection
Mechanical Toys, Iron Toys, Policeman Suits, Cutlery Sets,
Electrical Toys, Wooden Toys, Fireman Suits, Kitchen Utensils,
Electric Motors, Musical Toys, Boy Scout Suits, Toy Furniture,
. Steam Engines, Animal Toys, Military Suits, Tool Chests,
Iron Locomotives, Cowboy Suits, Soldiers of All Nations, Work Benches,
Celluloid Toys, Indian Suits, Forts, Cannons, and Guns, Circus Sets,
Rubber Toys, Squaw Suits, Enameled and China Dishes, Railway Systems.
A Cordial Invitation Is Extended to Every Boy and Girl
Souvenirs for AH
Once a Dusty, Cumbersome
Furniture Now a Five-Dollar Bill
of
m
This is no tale of legerdemain. A
very practical story, an everyday affair.
Mrs. J. had some old
furniture. It was in good
condition, but she had no
further need for it so
stored it away in the
garret.
But Mrs. J., somehow or other,
never could go to that storeroom with
out feeling "I wik I could sell that
furniture."
She wished it out loud one day, and
Mary, the cook who cooked for Mrs.
J. because the had used a Situation
Wanted Arl spoke up: "Why don't'
you Put It In Tfce Time?"
Mrs. J. did. And the next day Mary
made frequent trips from kitchen to
front door answering calls from -the
ad.
Later on that day a
wagon backed up.
left a five-dollar bill
and took the furni
ture away.
All sort of miscellaneous articles art
daily sold througft the "For Sale Mis
cellaneous" columns of
The Times.
T Want Ad. Way
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