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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1014.
REFORMED WOMEN MILITANT KNIGH1 HE L PAIS $500,000 FOR City News Notes Shop Tomorrow Holiday on Monday we 1 PLACED n liuifiLo All But Ten Former Denizens of Underworld Accounted for by Citizens' Committee. Of tbf fift-one former inmates if "tt isMngtnr h cisfvliili- M-frresnt1"' tin l i liu l'av- been iimlT buiiti- Mn of the citizens' o."ntrU co'ii- tt . ni)oint(i ; the fomnils-vion- in JaUe are of all biifh of lli- j.ien n.s sought aid. forty-thno r cc tinted for in a icport nun1 t'ic ofCL'tiv fonimittec c.t the j ntral organization. s-ubmiUeil yes- f rdav ' V leport iublnilted by Cuno H. Uu- olnli treasurer of tliu central com i iltU . thou s that $"S7.75 ha- been re- -ivl fiom charitable organizations d individuals. For the rental and up 1 eep or tho hous-e lit 13Cw Ohio avenue. poned as a. haven for the women of f "division" seekinK s-helter, ?U9 was pcnd-i. J'or olotliint;. board, and ear.' r individual sirls $yj has been cx-I-cnded. for a theater meeting. C5. and oi office ei.pent.es, 2.K. A balance of J30S.71 remains in the treasurj". These disbursements do not represent the moneys expended by organizations, ocleties, and individuals under the di rection of the c ntral committee. The committee passed resolutions ex tending a. vote of thanks to the follow 'iik persons and firms for their gener ous contribut ons for the office and fi'r rdbhlngs of its headquarters, 401 Cor coran Building: Corcoran Thorn, P. J. Nee At Co., the Palais "Royal, Woodward & Lrfithrop. and the Underwood Type writer Company. V preliminary report shows that t rce of the women who have been tinder the supervision of the commit tee have been restored to the homes of relatives and friends, three are re ceiving medical care, one is under Institutional care, employment has been obtained for nine, tuenty-two are under friendly supervit-ion. and t'le whereabouts of the remaining tisht are unknown. The end of the committee's activi ties is indefinite, accoidlr.tr to !t" chairman, the Kev. Wilbur v. nalla lieu. It will be carried on. he fraio. until all the pirls askinp assistance j.r placed .n desirable environment. Resolutions condemning- the methods of enforcement of the Kenyan law were adopted bv the Men's Club of the Church of the Ascension. These resolutions ursre that the police Le rrdered to change their tactics con-1 crnlns: former inmates oi tne iii v iion" resorts. The resolutions de clare that tin- fault in the police a'tUude is that no discrimination U s-honn between those women vvho v ant ''to reform and those "hardened ant1 hopeless." -5sBRk i i PYTHAN II UNI 01 John C. Crandall. of New York, ! Is Here in Regalia of a tant Knight. JOHN C. CRANDALL. Pythian from New York city who wears original uniform of his order. SUFFRAGE LEADER ELAIEO WITH 1ST Mrs. Jessie Hardy Stubbs Home From Visit to Big Cities in Interest of Union. FRAT IN PLAN P The man v-hn nut the uniform on the il'nifoi ined Uank. Knights or PMIiIju.. i in WashlnptoM with the original re Ktilia. inohidiiiB u' sli'nins- helmet and ncKldin? plumes, lie is John C Crnn dall. of Nov.- York city, and he 1 the very iirst member of h's older who over were ;i liniiorni outside of tho usm.iI lodKe Insignia, during lodse meeting. Sir. Crandall has been a Pythian for fortv-livc yi-ais. He Is a native of Khodo Island and joined Uathbone LodKC No 1 In is-n. He lias heM numer ous local and national offices his high est rank beln? urand chancellor. "When it was decided to orsanlze. a uniform rank of Pythians much time and trouble was spent li. desicti nil tlu ej-jtfit. A sample set of the, completo uniform was n-ade Jnr Sir Crandall, which he wore for the iirst time in Chi cago In 1S71. The outfit that was originally design ed for tho militant P. tliians was a much paver aflair than that the now wear. Its nrintipal feuturi- was a bi silver-plated heh.iet, surmounted by a triangle v.hlch supported throe tall ostrich plumes red. jellow nnd blue in color. A yellow cavalier's cloak jm broidered with symbolic des'sns, a rvvord. belt and black coat and black trousers completed the equipment, j John A. Fox to Lecture j On Mississippi Floods Slembers of the Cabinet, the Senate, the House, and other notable men have been invited to attend an illustrated lec ture at the University Club tomorrow nisht by John A. Fox, of Slemphis. secretary-manager of the Mississippi River I-evce Association. His subject will be "The Mississippi River and Its j r looau. .Many oi ine appealing eceuen to which Slabel Boardman, president of the American Red Cross, referred in her address before the Commerce Com mittpR of the Senate lastxrfTuesday. on the relief work of the society alone tho Mississippi river durine the high water last jear, will be shown by Sir. Fox. Ask Thurston to Bar "Merchant of Venice" Special AKe-nt Fred J. Slersheimer, of tin- SV.ishinston Railway and Klectrie Company, last nlKht entertained the heads of the operating department at lils residence, the guests partaking of a specially prepared roust pig. The Indlnn.i society will meet tonight at the Players' Club, i:a New York avenue. Among tlioe who will take part in the prrogram are Sliss Starr Smith. SINs .Margaret Wllfrey. Sllss Catherine Wilfrey. Sliss Slary Tricftlcr, im! Slisa Dorothy Slegrew. Charles Bailey, thirty-eight years old, of 112S K street southeast, was badly hint last night while working in the welding room at the navy yard, when a heavy Iron block fell, cutting him above the right eye and smashing his left hand. He was taken to Cas ualty Hospitul in an ambulance. A scries of illustrated art lectures will be given by the Anthony Ijeague at the Olympic Theater Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday afternoons. The lecturer will be Sirs. SI. I Coopc. Tho league, a suffrage organization, main ta'ns headquarters In the Portner and one of its objects Is to help educate those who are unable to attend school. .Mrs. Anna K. Hendley is president. TRUST BUILDING Brokers Take Title to Property j at Fourteenth and H Sts.' Customer Is Found. ! John A. Fox. who haa served many yars as a civil engineer along Uic Mis sissippi river, will give an illustrated lecture on "The Sllssisslppl Rlrcr and Its Flood"" at tho University Club to morrow night. VARIED RORAM Delta Tau Delta Members in Congress Will Receive Dele gates Attending Convention. "I find the women of the West very iiidi a'ive to the suffrage situation in L-m.ris- and I am pleased with the iiH 1 rn ountered everywhere." This Sirs. Jtisie Hardy Stubbs, Con- ,r.-sional Fnlon leader, who today re- tur k d from a ten-day trip, summed her irse-rvations of the situa'tibn in the ' est. It was my first intention to visit le-aco only," she said, "since that is v former home and I liave many f ii(ls tin re. Jlut my trip included a u.p iiiiough St. Louis. Chicago, .end ' Lo'-is I tiied to eltar up any mis- d tjne'ing people might have con- nj, the policies of the ColiBiessional ion iter I had defined our position with .jirit to the I-e-(r.il amendment J was delighted to lilid enthusiastic re- nonst-s everv-where. The women of the est are very much alive, you know, nd they are qoick to grasp the fact I .it the Union's policies are non-par- san "I found that many ardent suffrag" porkers regarded the plun of having lobl ists n Washington as etpeciallv ".ortar.ate. 'T'lere wis no appropriation made in t ,e b'idg't (f the National Assoc atin to maint ua a Inbbv liere. and it .s no rl Sirs. Sled; Slce'ormick i carrv -. on lier nork h-r- with her own per ...Ti.il funds. L Shaw and the national jaid of virse hus indorsed .t. nnd ve a f all working for the sam end. In view of the support we arc r. 'ivmg from the .t the fact that the ttional or.ani7ition-s ei.ci ut v.- cnuncii s reje-cte-d our appl cation for organi zation into the national association. T-.it worrjlng us W f- 1 our .ourso of roci-dure im th- tmlv e-tTeliv- on- i. vhuh to secure th- ultimate end of our us- and we expti'l to adher- to it, rerardl. 's of p i -oi.ai l.-elings." Th reject Ion 1.. toe natlnnal norn ir ii t. vh ii Mrs Mubbs r ferrel took .! r. Th'jrda-. A total vote out of a ,i'm ! Ill has been cast, out of w h'en eiv-foir were ayTint admission and .iiitv-four in favor, whi'e thiee w.-i i ank The exee-utive council consists of tj.te presidents and the national boerd. Leaves SI to Son. I'W YOIJK Feb. f. Alexander M Sl-ughter bequeathed $1 to his n Harr. who was described at ' hilii.sM and v av v ar.l. and a wan r for tliirtv-iive jears." i Delegates from all sections of the country, including students and alum ni, assembled at the Haleigh Hotel this morning for the Southern-Eastern conference of the Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. The program extends un til Slonday afternoon. The conference was informally open ed last night with a reception at the chapter house. U'03 X street north west, given by local members to the visitors This morning was devoted principalis- to registration of delegates and a. submission of chapter creden tials. During the afternoon the visitors will go to the Capitol, where they will be received by the members of th fraternity s rving in Congress and pose for a conference picture. Later thev will go to Fort Slyer for the cav alry drill and tonight will attend a smoker The conference banquet will take place at the Raleigh tomorrow even ing. Speaker Champ Clark will be the toastmaster. and will present Con pr sMne-n William P Borland of Stis suuri and L-muel I Padgett of Ten nessee and Kichard D. Daniel". Major Francis -I. Koest.-r V S. A Col. Juines B Curtis. James A Waketitld, Arthur W Thompson, and Nicholas O. Ileviere, all of whom will discuss phases of fraternity life. NO MORE HEADACHES above the ces and back , wj iiu.i.u aiu in uiuiuji ' all cases due to eye train. Proper glasses will remove the strain. See our expert ophthal molojjiit, Dr. Baker. Free Examination If ou need glasses he'll prescribe the right kind. 50c a Week is all you need pay. CASTELB ERG'S 935 Pa. Ave. Requesting that "The Slerchant of Venice" bo eliminated from use as public school read'ng matter, on the grounds that it tended to inculcate prejudice. Simon Wolf, president of the Washington Hranch of the Independent Order of the R'nal C'rith. haa written to Ernest Thurston, superintendent of schools. Congressman Kahn of California, who is collaborating with Sir. Woir, 's con fident that Superintendent Thurston will e-omplv with the request of the societj. Sir. Kahn is of the opinion that there is much in -'The Slerchant of Venice" which is likely to foster piejudice. The sixth annual banquet of the Men's llible Class Association of the Keller Slemorial Lutheran Church will be held at the church tonight Congress man SI. Clyde Kelly of Pittsburgh and the Rev. Karle Wlltley will speak. Benedict at Capitol Receives Felicitations F. licitstions were showered on William O. C. Owen, only son of Slajor William C. Owen, U. & A., retired, today when it became known at the Capitol. whcQj he Is employed, that last Sfomlay ho married Sliss 1 na Virginia Pearcy, dautxhter of Sirs. A. n. Pearcy, of Slorgantown. "W. ' a. They are living at the home of Slaijui Owen, 2719 Ontario road northwest. Young Owen Is employed in the Senate document room. The bride Is a student at the University of AVst Virginia, and will return to that In stitution ne.t weok to complete her studies. The couple met while the bridegroom was on a hunting and fishing trip in Texas. Boy Breaks Nose of Teacher of Athletics Xi;W YORK, Feb. 20. Alfred Rado, physical culture teacher in public school No. 45, lias had Joseph Summa, sixteen years old, arraigned in the Slorrlsania court. He charged that the hoy. who had lK-en one of his pupils, struck him in the face and fractured his nose There had been an order that the boy keep out of the clas in the school yard. Sir. Ftado attempted to enforce it and the boy struck him. Confirmation of the rumored sale of the Real Estate Trust llullding. in course of construction at Fourteenth nnd H ntrcets northwest, wai given to dav in the announcement of H. Bradley Davidson, president of the Real Estate Trust Company, that u contract had been drawn up for the sale of the prop erty to the F. II. Smith Company, real estate brokers, for about $.V',000. Negotiations have been in progress for some time. The F. H. Smith Company. !t is ic ported, will sell it to an unnamed client, who will then transfer it. to Sirs. II. SI. HaUldn,-. Another Wnshlngton interest has been In the market for the purchase of the property. Tlie building will be ready for occu pancy April 15. Thwarted Twice by Girl, Jealous Swain Ends Life I WOKCESTEK. Feb. 'J. Atler 1111 setheart. Katherlne Laraia, had twice prevented him from taking poison ' Hnrrv P. Lambert, twentv-three. klsse 1 her good-by as they reached her homo aftei a dance, early today, and. tu.iiing swallowed cyanide of potas.u .ion which he died while being taken In a hospital. They had quarreled ben is the girl went tobogganing v.ith another man. A. LISNER G AND ELEVENTH STREETS fbh. 3c ISSk 12 Inch Tte $1 J 6 Feet The boys' and glrla' 12-inch flag, mounted on staff with On gilt spear head Ol The 6-foot flac for the home with sewed stars and sewed stripes, 6-foot pole with gilt ball, ropes, patent lron. bracket, flj screws, and rope tjl George Washington Post Cards, lc 10c Dozen IX II TTHvJv March List of ii i mm ' :: f nliim hm X I Double Disc X I Records t Now Ready-Hear Them X i t COLUMBIA fGraphophone Co. I 1210 G St I George Washington Crepe Paper, for decorations, 15c fold. flcorge Washington Lunch Sets, 50c and 60c. Georgo Washington Napkins, 5c dozen or 30c a hundred. LOOKS at 50c Lare $1. ,0 Copyrights Gccrge Washington Favors and George Washington Hatchets. 5c and 10c euch. George Washington Seala. 10c box. Silk Flags, 3c to 50c Paper Flags, lc to 5c. . le Tomorrow- A Week-Ending "Bunching In the Departments for Juveniles J7 Tomorrow Be early tomorrow for girls' $10 cozis at $3.00. Perhaps your daughter is almost as big as yourself then be assured $25 suits at $10 and $5.00 man-failored cloth skirts at $ 1 .98. Third Floor. om. i i JEii. 'VKZk " -. r jBBgm&mg wrjjw i t. i ifv mmm itfgatif torvr iw jitv iik -m j i p. .Mssauiiimuuu sssh i - hmmA mmmiE msLjUwmmmw ma k .y& && " i T I I $3.00 50c 50c 50c -H- rrVVT" The coat pictured above is here of velvet, corduroy, chinchilla, and novelty clotte values to S 10 at 53.00, The hats to wear with them values "to S 1.50 at only 59c. The Wash Dresses in white and colors, also Middy Blouses and Serge Reefers are to be only 50c for choice. Last but not least Cloth School Dresses, sizes 6 to 14 years, values to S5.00 at only S1.98 for choice. On Third Floor. The Man's Store Closes Monday, 1 O'Clock and We're Going to Crowd Two Big Days1 Business Into One Day Saturday D. J. Kaufman Has Just 227 Fine Suits 243 Fine Overcoats For the Baby and the. Toddling Youngsters Prizes to be found on one of the tables in the Infants' Department on Third Floor. 59c Be early and find values to $2.50. Among them Dresses, Caps, Hats, Sweaters, Leggins, and Carriage Covers. at Honest Half Price Boys' Suits and Overcoats, $2.95 to $4.45 in Sizes up to 17 Years Were $6.50 and $10.00 This annual clearing sale ends with the more expensive garments remaining. With the prices now reduced to S2.95 and $4.45 the sale will end quickly and gloriously. iS I., ii -. i S y H- "L AFTER SICKNESS OR OPERATION It is a pathetic mistake to accept drugs or alcoholic mixtures when nature craves nourishment to repair the wasted body and restore the vigor of health. For forty years the best physicians have relied on the wholesome predigested nourishment in SCOTTS EMULSION which is totally free from alcohol or opiater. Scott's Emulsion sharpens tli2 appetite renews blood nourishes nerves strengthens bones anc restores the courage of health to make life bright Scoff's Emulsion sets in action the very forces that promote health. Itx rtaritv. S , , richness and strentrth .1 . . have stood the test of forty years. 4-4.1 CsSfl V 42MSH JV2rzr f ?5JPA t .-s ujjm These embrace some of the best sellers of the season there's every size from 33 to 48 but not all sizes in every grade and kind they're going quickly so get in at once. $20 Suits and Overcoats, $10.00 $25 Suits and Overcoats, $12.50 $30 Suits and Overcoats, $15.00 $35 Suits and Overcoats, $17.50 $40 Overcoats - - - - $20.00 $45 Overcoats - - - - $22.50 Money's Worth or Money Back D. J. Kaufman 1005-1007 Penna. Ave. Flannelle Blouses, sizes 6 to 16' years, 25c The makers end their season and the New Boys' Shop gets their remaining Blouse Waists at a nominal price. Not one mad! to retail at less than 5oc. With all the appearance of French flannel, in some colors and some patterns; cut, made and finished in a great hygienic factory, where "system" not only means health and comfort, but best results in work, these Boys' Blouse Waists at 25c will be remembered as the best bargains of 1914. Knickerbockers, JQc Wool Sweaters, gc Cloth Caps,Qf Ending the season Inisilv preparing for the spring this New Boys' Shop and its sources of bupplv and thus sucli bargains as 7c for Cloth Knickerbockers, and. 10c for Caps to match suits worth to s 10 Sweaters at 95c that were S2.00. It'll be a merrily bus) day tomorrow in this second floor boys' shop in spite of rain or un, snow or slush. $2,50 Shirts, 60c or 6 for $4.00 The last das of the New Men's Shop Semi-Annual Sale of qi,;,k pn.i .;th'th. Kst bargains. The more expensive shirts are for the first time included at the ridiculously little price of V J ilVOiOajTHE SPOT,'' . 09c Six for S4.00 you 11 want a nalt dozen ot tnem. nurry n"r,.-i fT.i ihl fr.nmu's" 552.50 "Faultless." with the patent "nek- uard." Not "seconds" or otherwise lacking none but the best of the best. ; The Greater Palais Royal A. Lisner 4 Hours: 8:30 to 5:30 G Street ' I IW8,