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THE WASHINGTON TIMES: TUESDAY: SEPTEMBER 8? 1914.
The News By JEAN II AND SmP. JOSEPH LEI- TEH .ho have recent, v re - turned from their trip around the n-orld, have as their guests M at their home on the palisades of the l'otomac Col. and Mrs. John R. Wil liams. Miss Francise Williams, and Mrs. llliam F. McCombs. Colonel and Mrs. Williams and Miss Villains -will remain with them until 01 r house in R street, which is being modeled, is ready for occupancy. Mrs. pcCombs will probably return to New York in a few days. The Admiral of the Xaiy and Mrs. Dewey ill today loac the Oriental Hotel, Manhattan Beach. licre they have been spending the summer, and, after a short stay In New York, will open their house in K stieet 5-- Lady Harrington, fonneii: -i a Amy McMillan, of this city, who hu- been with her mother, Mrs. James McMillan, at Manchester, Mass., will nail Septem ber 35 to join Sir John Harrington in i-oniiJn. Mr and Mrs. Charles Mlnot Amory, of Boston and Beverly Farms, are betas congratulated on the birth of a daugh ter. Mrs. Amory was formerly Miss Gladys Munn. daughter of Mrs. Charles A. Munn, of this city. ! Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Alexander, of Mireveport, La., accompanied by their yon, have arrived in Washington and are guests at the Hotel Powhatan for an extended stay. .Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Phillips, or Phila delphia, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. T H. Benner and son. motored to Washington for a brief stay. While here they are guests at Hotel Pow hatan. Mrs. Julian Brylawskl and . .lildrcn. who have spent the last two months at dealing Grove, have returneil l their home In this city. r Mr A. Lichenstein and her daughter, Mandy, are visiting in Atlantic "uy. - Mrs. Martha. Manley Jordon is vislt ine Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roose elt at their country place. th Lilacs, on Long Island. Mrs. Roosevelt is recovering from an attack of appendicitis. $ Mre. Elizabeth Hinchman has return ed from a. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mar shall McCormick. at Warrington, Va., where she drove in the horse show. .j, Mr.. Hughes Oliphant will be at home Informally on Wednesday after non at her apartment at the Ontario In honor of her guest. Miss Grace Horney, da lghter of Col. Otis Horney, of PIca tlnney Arsenal, X. J. Lee McCIung. who was at one time Treasurer of the United States, is critically ill in a London hospital with t phoid fever. -- Mr and Mrs. Geoipe H. Kenned v are at the Balsams Hotel. Colbrook, N. H. They made the trip by motor. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bonaparte. Wil liam C Morrow, Montgomery Blair, the i LIBE E Three Hundred Delegates From Fourteen Councils Attend Convention. Vearly 1MO0O members of the Daugh ters of Liberty are represented in the twenty-seventh annual convention of the order, which opened here today In Odd Fellows Hall and will conclude tomor row Three hundred delegates are pres ent, representing fourteen State councils Asides a number of members who are hre in a private capacity Rports of officers, read immediately after National Councilor AVilllam S. Waeker called the convention to order, showed a net gain of 4,S-K members dur ing the last fiscal year. A total of OS oath claims were paid last year, the total thus disbursed being Jl-C.CSO. The ' -ind out of which these claims are paid xs increased $17,345 within the last ear An Important part o today's session was the nomination of national vice ouncilor, to succeed A. 1 Bradley, of 'rginla. Mrs. Sarah Angelo, of New Icr-py; William H. Jeffrey, of Ver mont, and Robert Wilcox, of Connecti- it were prominent as candidates. The Slogan's from the central West are making an energetic canvas to hae St. " is chosen for the 1915 convention " 1 ashington council of the order, 1 niw Vo l will givw a reception to '' iiFltor. at Washington Hall. Thlid i 'vnntylvanla avenue southeast, this "ering All the national officers and Frveral tiromlnent Washingtonians will he presmt The official convention headquarters is in the National Hotel. Citizens Reported Shot By Germans at Dinant LONDON, Sept 8. Following the de trucMon of Louvaln the report from nuend that the Germans have destroyed 'nant. after first shooting several hun rrd male lnhaitants alleged to have red at the German troops In the M'v, i-as aroused a wave of intense lndlg ra' on The newspapers call upon the allies to srve notice on Germany that reprisals "111 be resorted to "if tis campal;;-i 'f rrrcrlzmg vandalism Is to be con tinued TYtr reports received here say 'at the Germans executed all of tho I r "minent ritizens of the town, lnclud-i Ing M Humbert, ow-ner of a big factory, j vho was biain in ihe presence of hiai t if and children. I The Germans alleged that citizens had , -,i in. I,. Hum nip neignis aooui r 'i i nr. men 'rove all of tho r habitaris out shot many of the men examples, took toe K.,id fr0m the I an h of the national bank, and burn ed the business section The official war bureau has no confirmation of the af fair which Is reported in news agency dispatches from Ostend. but all of the l.tndon newspapers accept H as true" ' nant was a town of S.fpf). flTWn miles s'uh of Namur. and dated back to the 'h entury Holy War Impossible, Correspondent Declares IONDON Sept. S. Declaring that it i he imDossible for the Turkish g-n -tr'Trent to rais the cry of a holv nr i 'her In Egvpt or an; other i urtrv, t T lies toda prmts k .lisnn'.'h li .n I'm r Jriespovlent saying i t1 t , no t nil .f the Mosl.-ms In Er. !' I'.n effrred their ervices to the British government. RTY DAUGHTERS IN CONCLAVE HE of Society ELIOT. I Misses Blair, and John R. McLean were U.e . uests aca andano ( chase, at Sunset Farm, Wakefield, Xarragansett Pier. r Mrs. Charles Sidney Haisht, who nan been visitinc h-r sister, Mrs rhiiich hill Satterlcc. at Lenox, Mass., has re turned to Washington. A wedding of interest to Wshlng tonlans for which cards have been is sued, is that of Mlsi Sarah Elizabeth liitman. daughter of Mrs. Earl Put man, of Philadelphia, and Seaton Schroeder, jr., of this city, which will take place Saturday. September 19. at the summer home of the bride at Keld heim. A atervllle. N. Y Mr Schroedor is the son of Rear Admiral and Mrs. Scaton Schroeder. of this city. Invitations l.ao been received from Senator and Mis. Wcks for a recep tion on Saturday. Septemoor t. follow ing the marriage of their daughter, Katherine, to Joim Walter Davidge, ot Washington. The marriage ceremony will take place nt noon at the homo of the bride's parents at West Newton, Mass.. and will he witnessed only by a small party of relatives and close friends. Mr. Davidge has taken an apartment at the Woodward. whre ho and his bride will reside on the completion of their honeymoon. - - E. S. Pendleton was host at a lunch con given yesterday at the Cave Grill of the Mt Washington Hotel, in the White Mountains .1. Gen. Horaco Porter will leac Bar Harbor on September 2S. Mrs. C. V Young, Mrs. Thomas C Bourne, and T. Randolph Bourne were among Washingtonians attending tho wedding of Mrs. Rita Moore Henry to Francis Duckett, both of Philadelphia, at the summer residence of the bride, on Corinthian avenue, ocean Cit. N. J. Mrs. Duckett, formerly the widow of H. S. Henry, millionaire and art col lector of Philadelphia, has frequently visited Washington. The wedding was a Quiet one, followed by an elaborate breakfast, air. ana airs, uucri.il m take an extended trip through tho West. j. Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. McLean en tertained at dinner last evening at the Chevy Chase Club. Their guests in cluded Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leiter, Mrs. William F. McCombs. the Spanish ambassador. Senator James Hamilton Lewis, Preston Gibson, and John Bar rett. Mr. and Mrs. McLean had planned to tnm tnof da1t tn Rln.ck Point Farm, near Newport, but have postponed their departure. "5 Capt. and Mrs. A. F. Fechtcler are entertaining their son. Midshipman William Morrow Fechteler, who is homo on furlough. An Interesting addition to the llBt of the season's debutantes is Miss Ruth Wilson, daughter of Capt. Henry B. Wilson, U. S. N., now president of the board of inspection ana survey, ana Mrs. Wilson. Miss Wilson will be pre sented some time in December at the home of her parents in Bancroft place. Mrs. Wilson ana ner aaugnter are still at Atlantic City, where they hav spent the summer. Correspondent, After Trip From Liege to Berlin, Ridicules Stories of Cruelty. By KARL H. WIEGAND. BERLIN. Sept. S (By wireless to the United Press through Sayville, L. 1.1 I have Just returned from Liege, and en route I visited tho various -villages along the line )f the advance of the German army. I found none of the dissolution as freely reported In tho foreign press. I failed to find any evi dences of the fearful atrocities that have been reported. I inspected the forts at Liege, and the effect of the new German 42 centi metre siege guns Is indescribable. Com mander Gemrdo (probably Lieut. Commander Walter R. Ghcrardl, naval attache at EerllnJ and Surgeon Ohnesorg (probably Naval Surgeon Karl Ohnesorg, of Philadelphia) accompanied me in my tour of tho country. It is stated here that the capture of Rheims by the Germans was a com plete surprise. While tho main column was advancing on tha city, a patrol of Hussars under tlvs command of Cap tain Baron Humbracht. tushed ahead enly to flni tba the French carrison had evacuated the lty So precirit.it was their flight ihrt liny lift behind ten fully equipped biplanes and twenty monoplanes. It 1b announced here that while Baron Krlegelstein, a correspondent, was aid ing tho wounded on a battlefield in east Prussia, he was shot by a Russian general. Kaiser United Irishmen, Declares Lord Meath DUBLIN. Sept. 8. "Kaiser Wllhelm has proved himself Ireland's greatest friend. ' said Iord Meath. addressing a meeting here in behalf of the Princo of Wales war relief fund 'If anv rnone-. can b spared we should erect a monument to him here in Dublin He has don what no gov ernment or party in British history ever succeeded In doing, namely, united Irishmen of all sections, ilassea, and creeds in one common cause." Realty Transfers Rana! Hihland-RoKr Mellln r t tiY ia enio . riaorook. lot s. block r. S10 11 Second h'rtifl fcuuthweat. and 76 Myrtle nI iiorthcaM athrln Glrnnan n rVancis I M'cWiy iruMre lot J7. Hiuarn fcfO, rtnd lot lb!', square (7Um j Prancli V Jheeh triitep iona Ramp propertjn to Catharine (Jlsnndti (lor lif and I'ailiarinn A Glennan (remainder) V. Chlllilm Ca.stle lirlchta Ernest VV Hefner, trustee, to Mret National J!ank of Sutton V. Va.. l"ta 7 and SO. yquaro MM. L ConKrees HelBhta nxtension William A Itedmond, trutee to Walter V Craft, lot 13. F'lllare 6121. J 0 MaKachu.ett a-nue northwew hrtneen TTientv-tllinl Bnd Twentv-fourth street Truman H Aldrlch anil Trunian If M tlrlcli jr exfcutors to Marie Aldrldi. lot 4", htx-k S Kal'irama Helslit. J" '7 CTt N Ftret northwcal llarr- il li.-oek to Mari It II' tJee, urt lot M. a'luare ;n LOCAL MENTION. "Wil! Mr. Arthur Newton Pleate Call "r send r friend fn itnp t.tnt i.ifoina ti'in at hit fo-nier addicss" F. F V. Lunch, 1008 Pa. Ave, Is giving p.troni UckeU Virginia Thex Tht' all. DENOUNCES TALES OF GERMAN ATROCITIES IS TAKEN ILL ABROAD mmz-. ' H MmWt B mSmWEfe J &.$W . x ,c ?- S M immmmmmmammmmmm LE1S WcCLUKG, Former Treasurer of the United States, who is critically ill of typhoid fever in a London hospital. A. 0. H. CONVENTION ON IN ALEXANDRIA Bishop O'Connell, of Richmond, Preaches Sermon at Mass Opening Session. ALEXANDRIA, Va.. Sept. S. A solemn high mass opened the conven tion of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, of Virglna. this morning. Tha Rev. Charles F. Donohoe, of Portymouth. State chaplain of the Hibernians, was the celebrant The Rev. J. F. Luecke. assistant pastor of St. Mary's Church, of this city, acted as deacon and the Rev. 11. J. Crowe, of Charlottesville, as sub-deacon. The Rt. Rev. D. J. O'Connell, bishop of Richmond, delivered the sermon. The bishop took for his text "Religious Tolerance." At 11 o'clock tho opening session of the convention was held, in tho hall of the 1'oung Men's Sociality Lyceum. t. T. Quinn, county president, presided An address of welcome was made by City Councilman illiam Desmond, president of Alexandria Division No. l, of the Hibernians. Brief addresses were made by Bishop O'Connell, John J. Blake, of Itlcnmond. State president, and Mrs. S. J. Robinson, of Richmond. State president of the ladles' auxiliary. At the conclusion of the public meet ings, separate sessions of the Hibern ians and the Ladles Auxiliary were held. The former met in the Lyceum and the latter in the Elks' Auditorium. This afternoon an automobile ride was enjoyed bv the visiters and at 8-3o to night a ball will be held in Elks' Hall. Tomorrow will be given up entirely to business; tho annual election of of ficers taking place at the morning ses sion. About 200 delegates are presont rep resenting divisions in all parts of the State. The local committee in charge of ar rangements Is as followr Reception William Desmond, chairman; u E. rower. M. J. McFarland and T. J. McFarland. Entertainment M. K. Green, chairman, 'William Desmond, Dr. M. P. Delaney, J. D. Normoyle. John N. Lawler. M. R. O'Sulllvan and George F. Bradlev Halls and church services M. Creegan, chairman; J T. Sweeney and Dr. E A Gormin. Pres M J. McFarland. chaumnti. -I I) Normoyle and W II. S-iiiry Badges R. E. Power, chnirman. J. McKenna and W. If. P. Kelly. Accomodations F X. Qulnn. chairman; James Roche and T. McGowan. Decorations M. J. McFarland, chairman: Clarence Monroe, H. Nugent and Thomas l'rlest Officers of Alexandria Division. No. 1. are; William DesmonJ. president, M K. Greene, vice prpIdPiit: M. J. V-Farland. recordmg se-retarv; r T Qu'nn. ilnanclal secretary; Jam Rot he. trenMirer; .T. T. S-c.-ncy. ser-Kcaiit-nt-arms; Thomas .IcGow,in, prntl'iel. and the Rev. L. F Kelly, chaplain. At the meeting of city council to be held tonight, the presidents of the two boards. Howard W Smith, of common council, and Henry K. Field, of the board of aldermen, will an nounce their committees for the nxt two vears. As practically all or the business of the eitv is mapped out bv the committee? their selection is awaited with Interest. It Is expected n joint session of the two boards will be held toniglit to elect a police com missioner from the fourth ward to succeed N. J Law ler. and a school trustee from the second ward to suc ceed C. W. Wattles. Mrs. Martha C. Weadon, widow of Welker Weadon. died at her residence, HOC Prince street, last night. T. J. Fanning, of Philadelphia, will deliver a prohibition address at the First Baptist Church tonight Tho now Richmond hall, occupying the second flooi of tho Richmond Theater, will bo opened next Monday night with a dance by the Richmond Assembb'. DOVT MISS THB STAR SPANGLED BANNER CENTENNIAL BALTIMORE Sept. 6th to 13th, Inc. Trnlim E-rry Thirty Mlnnte. IVOnTfl THE TTIIP TO SKF1 Electrical Display Each Evening rt rrogrnm From Ticket Agent. Washington, Baltimore and Annapolis Electric R. R. 14th it. and Sew lork Aienue. AT CAPITAL THEATERS i POLI'S. The business of being the horilble ex ample in a play with a highly moral purpose like "A Fool There Was." as produced b the Poll Players this week, and reverting to her own charming self that she might tell a host of regretting friends how sorry she is to leave them, is a task that most anyone but Izetta Jewel would regard as Impossible. The way in which Miss Jewel presented the character of the vampire-woman In the Porter Emmerson Browne play would seem to prohibit even an actress of her ..i i.m... . t i. . .. .v.. w ... - . ........ ....v-n.. .... baleful spell the drama casts upon the audience, and become for even a mo ment the very Vnuch beloved friend of the host of people to whom she l.i play ing. But Miss Jen el did it last evening, and It'is quite probable that tho plaudits that greet the conclusion of the second act will make It necessary for her to do it during tho remainder of the week. It is, of course, not a very difficult thing for an accomplished actress, who is really just "making believe," to drop tho character sho Is playing the mlnuto she gets out of range of the footlights. But it takes almost as much art as tho acting itself, to make an audience, accept such a transition without spoiling the play utterly. That Miss Jowel accom plishes this that sho is able to bo one of the tnost despised of human beings one moment and a very sweetly sympa thetic friend the next Is not only evi dence of her infinite capaclt as an artist, but the best of all reasons why there wero almost as many tears at the conclusion of her very personal little farewell speech as there were at the end of the Plaj. "A Fool There Was," with all Its un pleasantness, served to assure the pat rons of Poli's in no uncertain fashion of the ability of Carl Brickcrt to carry tho burden of n most Important char acter. Tho leading man fully justified his selection for his position in the part w-hich Robert Hllllard made famous. Mr. Brickcrt's interpretation of the "fool" was a finished performance from beginning to end, and showed the re sult of careful stuJy ah wtll as thought ful development of it ir.cst pitiful per sonality. Mr. Corbett lent much to the success of the -'urrant production by hly work as the family friend. Miss Ivnt made a very effect! '6 'vife. and Miss Carroll was unusual good, even for Miss Carroll, In a part tbat Is entirely different from anyti.-ig she has yet played. Mr. Fillmore and Mr. Jamn played tho smaller roles assigned thm with their usual good taste. Hardv Meakln. given a single opportunity In the first act, made a distinct Impression with his acting. Perhaps the most im portant figure In the cai! oeaides the two principals, was little Doris Katon, in the part of the child Simply riatur.il, this little girl w.tb conspicuously lacking In the usual awkwardness of children on the stage, and her playing of the child's part wns a real bit of acting that was worth seeing. Again, many nice things were said of Stage Director Harry An drews, who was responsible for the set tings and the. general atmosphere of the pifce, and who, with Mr. Evarts and Miss Sherman filled out a very large cast In an acceptable manner. rjAJlDNBR. MACK. COSMOS. live capacity audiences made up of families applauded a real family show at a n-.il family theater the Cosmos yesterday and last night, li Ib one of those satisfying, worth while shews that has an appeal for each auditor. A sketch. "The Stick Up Man," is well played by Robert K. O'Connor and com pany, while the little musical comedy, "A Night In the Park." Introduces a little bit of everything, including a scentc spectacle, "the girl In tho foun tain " Pollard, with comical juggling of words as well as the things usually jug gled, opens the bill. Francelll and Lewis Hing operatic songs; Marie D'Ar vllle bring? out several songs, and Fields and Lear have a novel sidewalk com edy. The Hearst-Selig News Pictorial gives views from abroad, the passage of the Ancon tnrougn tne Manama canal, and Curranza's entry at tho City of Mexico. Tliun-day there will be a change of bill. BELASCO. "Damaged Goods" In moving pictures at the Belasco last evening made plain one point whatever artistic loss is in volved in the absence of the spoken word may often be atoned for by the wider limits of action anil setting. In the Rneux play, far evample the al li.rements of the girl of the streets is mentioned In the him play the episode with her Is depleted In the play the horrors of certain db'ca'e.s are explain ed. In the moving plct ire version the afflicted voting man Is taken through i hospital, anil on the screen are thrown examples of the ntiges of the "retl plimie ' Aside from Its nrei-linient. "Damaged CJi ods." In eon" i-i tlonal plav form, re vealed itn Intin-i .-iixl dramatic j.tory Kvc-n more tjnl tins truth hold good for the moving picture prohcntation The terrible le.ssnn. " The Wages of Sin Is Death," or to put It in the modern Kipling version the scenario writer pro- -ferred. "The sins ye do by two and My Dental Work Is Guaranteed for 20 Years And the guarantee (written) is as good as a Government bond because it is backed by the largest dental practice in Wash ington, and one that has been established here for many years. My charges are low, m terms easy, and my treatment painless. Examination Free Easy Payments Arranged If Desired My Patent Suction Teeth, $5 Will Not Slip ir Crop pVw DR. WYETH 427-429 7th Street N. W. ""VZrVr. ra' Oppn l.nhnr Tiny from 10 n. m. to 1 p. m. "pp. l.nn-tMrsh Bro.. Mrr (irand I nlnn Trn In. I.nrcrst nnd In Thoroughly r'qulpprd Pnrlor" In A imhlnKtnn. two ye must pay for one by one" this lesson was written between the lines. But moro than that the film held au ditors In the grip of a rapialy unfold ing story of keenest Interest It should be stated that tho scenario writer did not take advantage of his larger liberty to Introduce a single sit uation which is In the least degree offensive. If one conceive the play a proper one for public pr-itntitton. the moving pictures have the same right to be shown Even tov those who st'il tgard the moving picture as outside the pale of artistic achievenie'it. tlu-j can hardly help coming one rellection after seeing this production or the Hrieux play lf art has to do with conveying to th mlnd a vivid. an(1 '-"''l Impression, lr It is an ideslizrd portrayal of a bit of . ..r 1. 1. ( life, if it selects th. essentials of . passage in uvcrvilr.y living and dilvej the Idea thus engend.-ie.l heme ii.on the consciousness o tho auditor then "Damaged Goods" or an slinlln'ly vfll produced play in film form, must ap proximate very nearlv the srtistit CASINO. The real fun in the Casino Theater bill of this week is the act of Mof fat. I.a Rene, and company, electrical wizards, in an exhibition of the amus ing effects of electricity. A subject from the audience and a fearless little pony help along the exhibition con slderably. Kldon and Clifton have a laughable offering in "His Awful Dream." The sketch Is well acted and wins laughter and applause. Brown and Brown sing, dance, ana talk nonsense. Bell Myers appears in four character songs. I.a Fontaine, In an acrobatic novelty, completes the hill. Tho reels of entertaining photO' plays supplement the acts. Last night floral souvenirs were presented to tne feminine part of the audience, and to night the country store will be an added attraction. CRANDALL'S. Ono of the strongest programs that has been presentee to the patrons of Crandall's Theater was shown yester day, headed by "Atlantis."' The pho toplay Is based on Gerhardt Haupt mann's book. Mr. Hauptmann was win ner of the Nobel prize for literature, and yesterday's audiences were held spellbound as the storv unfolded on the screen a succession of unusual dramatic situations. In some respects this pic ture Is the most remarkable ever ex hibited In Washington, especially tho two scenes showing the wreck of the Roland. Tho fighting of the passeng ers for places of safety In the boats, and later for the life belts was wonder fully well portrayed "Atlantis" will be the main attraction today and to morrow. Thursday and Friday "The Oath of a Viking." a dramatic tale of Norwegian mj tholopy. will be the fea ture. Saturday's performance will In clude "He Nearlv- Won Out." a Kalcm comedy, and "The Missing Page," a Sellg drama. Th usual supplementary bill of picture plavs will be shown Prof. Green's orchestra will play. KEITH'S. For the second week of the 19H-15 sea son the bill now being offered at Keith's is one of the best presented to Washington audiences In a long time, a majority of the acts never having been seen hero before A dramatic version of Irvin S. Cobb's story, "Sergeant Eagby." is presented by a company of seven, the character studies being true to life and admirably acted The stag ing is excellent. The action of the plav let takes place In New Orleans on t-onfederate reunion i.iv mt ih stars and Bars share applause with the Stars and atrlpes. The Great Leon and company aie wonder workers as exponents of Hindu magic, the audience being completely mystified by the various acts. The ' fire and water" number wns startling. Ray Samuels sustains her reputation as the blue streak of vaudeville, and has an entirely new repertoire of songs which she sings In her own Inimitable stvle. Fritz Bruch and sister, in violin and cello solos and duets, have an artistic offering which was well received. Ben Ryan and Harriette l.ee repeat their former success in the corned v skit ' You've Spoiled It ' Two acrobatic turns, the Flying Martins and the Two Larltons, shared honors In their re spective lines. Kdwin George, the al most a juggler. Including his never ceasing chatter, completes the bill. GAYETY. "I-ove Water." a one-act musical bur lesque, and a satire on the Panaina Paciflc Exposition, which comprises tho offering this week at the Gayety, gives Washington one of the beat shows of tho type seen here la months. Bon Welch headf the company, and gave further prooi that he Is one-of the beat comedians It) burlesque. The performance is replete with catchy music and clover dancing, anil Is presented by a laxffo company. As sisting Welch are Mlnnlo "Bud" Harri son, Florence Rothor, Freda Florenco, Vic Casmore. Pat Kearney, and Frank P Murphy Welch's Hobrcw and Ital ian impersonations, and specialties by Casmore, Douglass, and Harrison and Florence Rothor worn fenturos of th performance. Tho Zouave drill by the chorus was well executed w fillings in bold, Silver, Plati num, and 50c t. $1 Porcelain Gold Crowns and Bridge Work $3, $4, and $5 PAINLESS DENTIST JSfok THIS WEEK COLONIAL BEACH. The Labor Day and week-end crowds r ie.ir.ioni.. , iii D..w or excursionists nt Colonial """" vtr hum rf ttw. l n ..-.., v, .AnH v.- ! ever entertained. The steamen St. carried trip yesterday morning and was com pelled to make another trip this morn ing to bring back the remaining ex cursionists. The next trips to Colon ial Beach will bo made next Saturday and Sunday when another vveek-end run will be mado at the usual time. The management has extended all season tickets that were sold for ro turn Labor Day to September 13. The usual forty-mile moonlight trips that hnve been given on Monday evenings will be made Wednesday. Thursday and Friday evenings at 7 p. m GLEN ECHO. J High diving and the lecords Tor at tendance seemed to be comnctinsr for first place In the importance of Glen fc.cho happenings esterday. The Labor Day crowd was the biggest the park j,a3 entertained for months, and the way In w-hich Marie Thelln demonstrated her ability as a diver gave a thrill even to those who had seen her before. Miss Thelin gave exhibitions of high diving in the afternoon, and in the evening she reproduced the famous fire dive. The performance will be repeated afternoons nnd evenings throughout the week, the high and fancy diving in the afternoon and the special program concluding with the fire dive in the evening. The other attractions at the park were well patronized yesterday and the promise for a big week is good. ROCKVILLE. "William W Moore, a well-known dairyman, died Sunday at his home near Sandy Spring, aged seventy-eight, fol lowing a long Illness. He was vice president of the Savings Institution of Sandy Spring and director of the First vNatlonal Bank of Sandy Snrintr. Mr, was also a prominent member of the Society of Friends. His widow, a son. R. Rowland Moore, and two daughters, .Mrs. Herbert S. Adams, of Catonsville. Md.. and .Mrs. Tarlton B. stnhler nf Sandy Spring, survive him. County Superintendent of Schools Bur detto has announced tho appointment of principals of th followlne colored public schools: At Grifton. Rooks Tur ner; Boyds. Fannie Rigra: Stwnrt town, Margaret Dorsey; Sugarland. Elizabeth Kyle; Washington Grove Florence J. Hood; Kensington, Fannie it Jackson. Amnnp ttiA nntf.tlin.in)tni.. ...!- married in Rocqville within the last imv uayn were waiter i. o Connor and Mls3 Minnie E. Spilmau. both of Wash ington, and Edgar G. Werner, of Plain field. N. J., and Miss Edith Marie1 v,raig. ot wasnington. Ali-te TMeVntts n.na fi.iata ..-,... i by Bailiff Aaron R. Hewitt on a charge ! ul violating tne speea law. Me pleaded guilty and was fined SJ and costs. A license to marry has been issued here to Eugene S. Murphy, of 1'nion City. Pa., and Miss Marie Wood, of I Hyattstown. ..c iimn n iiutiuitrii .wonigomerv counlv teachers are attending the ioliit' Institute for the teachers of Mont-1 gomery. Prince George, st. Mary's, and i CIlDrlAB .minIAO hl.L . .. i tnm l.nn n V....t 1 . . ....... .- ..uu.,1.1... twiiiu uckhii at tne .viaryiana Agricultural College vester dav to continue five days Willis B Burdette. county superintendent of schools. Is assisting In conducting the institute. Henry E. Selby pleaded guilty here y-sWday to a charge of disordcrly contluct. and was fined $10 and costs which he paid. The supervisors of elections have given notice that the officers of regis tration for the various election districts of the county will tit f r a general registration of th- qualified voters on fnSt?mbAy; 2 and F nd October 6 nnd 7 All persons aIradv in the books must register anew. UOM Johns carrle,! -, .it Kf .. ...I"" "1 ""ru- respectively October 3, 1914 To be sure that your name appears in this issue arrange for Telephone service before that date Telephone the Business Office for Telephone service or advertising space MAIN 9000 THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY District Marksmen at Seagirt, in Fourth Place SEAGIRT. N. J. Sept. g.-Havlnp j taken the lead on the first range, the ' Mvsaehujtta rifle team won the na tional divisional team match with a 'nKl - m m ww. m. ... ... rone. thf J ZT , k w i . , nad to o content with fourth place. I Vi.. TTt.U.,1 c- j . ! ..c w.i.bcu oidita -uarine u-orpa iraiu "" .' W. York t?.am. fin,shln "" i ne majority or me seven teams en tered shot In erratic manner, but the llav State representatives plugged away with a steady determination. The ma rines and the New- York team remained throughout the match In the positions in which thev finished, but the Distrit 1 1 marksmen came from behind to noso ' M!w Jerse.v out of fourth place In the rapid fir stages. Missing Youngsters Are Found Near Library Francis Smith, aged eight, and his sister, Madeline, aged nine, of SO" Allison street northwest, who dis appeared at 1 o'clock Sunday afti-r-noon. are back home today, having been found by Crossing Policeman C. L. Lockwood. He found the boy and girl playing with several other children In front of the Public Li brary late yesterday. The children said they started out Sunday afternoon to come downtown to the "movies." It was late in the evening when they started home, and Just before they reached the house they saw- a policeman on horseback. This frightened them, they said, so they ran In tht- opposite direction, and walked the streets all night. Aged Man Injured. Thrown to the floor of a Lincoln Park car as it rounded a curve at Eleventh and East Capitol streets, Charles Krause. eighty-three years old. OJ Eleventh street southeast, was bruised on the head. He was taken to Casualty Hospital. NEW TOURING SmWSmEmWmMmm llf B!Wc3B3TBjMfiP!H IN cnHnIHVMH-K-i4--ll-Bri" "&, "& 1c w fi III mmmWSENmmmmmmmmmmmmmtiLBm'lBBB&z " ? Z4"-1 " j li mmWmwtmWmmmmmmmammEyttkip&' 1 mmwSSSmmBimSSwMt HBFil III wMnmmmmimmTmmmmmmmmmlmmiiif' - s '"jjWlWBMfjf''f If ill DK!MiflfllH-i-Hv& 1 if -.i-BM---H---H---HVBlfin-SR-n-nM ! 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