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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY; OCTOBER 22; 1914.
IL NDI10NS K T DOD ALEXANDRIA. Va.. Oct. 22,-Two trortant Masorti. meetincs nrp. 'dnled to take place in Richmond t week which will be attended by a ber of members of the fraternity i this city and vicinity. The grand al Arch Chapter of Virginia wlil t its annual communication on Oc- r 27 and 2S, the first session to place Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Vernon Chapter, So. H, of this will be represented by C. Page Icr, high priest; Robert A. Zachary. K and V. C. Davis, scribe. In ad- nn the sessions will be attended by I i: . Timberman, grand princi-l.-i sojourner of the grand chapter. m Grand Commandery of Knights r 'plar will meet on October 3. and n Dominion Commandery, No. 11, if this city, will be represented l.- W. Pais, eniment commander, r. v. 'chri. generalissimo, and V. II. ) arles. captain general. .1. Johnston J en, grand senior warder of the r nd commandery, will also be prcs r ' Tiong other members of the two oHes who will go Irom here will be James U. Alexander, past grand high priest and past grand commander, and E. K. Downham, past grand commander. Directors of the Alexandria Water Company have elected Carrol! Pierce a director to till the vacancy caused by the death of James Roberts. H. Noel Garner will deliver a lecture to members of Seminole Tribe of Red Men at Odd Fellows Hall tonight at 7:C0 o clock. will not be allowed to lo special duty at saloons. dwe 8 Henderson: ebon music directed In Daniel C. .Sinithson. November 2 Addresses b the Rev. H. S. France. Trinity M. K. Chureh: the Rtv. Merrltt Earl. Congress Holgnrs M. E. Church, and the Rev. John Krantz. of New York city. Music b the Trinity The formal opening of the new home cf the Relief Hook and Ladder Com pany will take place tonight, when a banquet will be given. It will be at- i choir. tended by city officials and officei3 of I November 3 Address by hr t-s.lnr.lAiM- firr. r-nmnaniAQ nf flip .'amCS .McUlirOn. tllC ReV. O. w.v Tho fniiov.in,r is i ho rommitt in i !! ncv.Charlcs O. Isaac, and '.he Kev. , c hurch ----.- " "v .v.v-.-.-r-, . --- -- --- , ..- .. T.I...1 .-. n..nn..,. lllljlll lit- 1 . J I. 111 U. LUUIll.'! i;it3lUI ?. .llwois. '. tlie , Rev. MirrlDtt. E. Harnish, Mrs. E. F. Wood. Mrs. Wil liam Scantlebury, Mrs. Ernest Se'.by, Mid Mrs Ernest White. A Methodist committee, consisting of the Rev. G. Lerov White. George W. Kir.g, jr.. Arthur B. Suit, and Charles F. Linger are conducting evangelistic services at Bradbury Heights. Funds are In hand to start the erection of a an oystei supper In the town hall on November 3. Prof. Julius Hampers, of Washington, instructor of the band of Kallipolls grotto, has been engaged in the same capacity for the American Indian Guard Band, of this city, in place of F. L. Plltt, lesigned Funeral sericcs for James Hall, who died on Tuesday, were held this after noon from his Iat home, 407 South lv street, and were conducted bv he Rev. C. R. Strausburg. pastor of the Metho dist Protestant Church. Interment v as In Bethel Ccmeterj. Wildt. chairman. Richard j ' thoir. of Hyland Church. Ihnry Beach. Joseph DcSil- T -November -J Address by . lie Rev, charge W. C. H Mlinuorn. mn ! n.-i.ii. juiu ..- To,. ,, ,, .,.,. At Mt,.,n.,H va. .1 E. Hew el Join D. Normoyle. i;. """, "w" "'b""- ;- '',,";'. " C. W.ldt. J. D. Webster, IS. E. Paggett. " " ' ,? V,?urc,A MVS,C b Ulu f' tr .4l r -- "l JUUIUIIIU VIIUIMI. November 5 Address by tne Rev The Moose bazaar and carnival, which has been in progress for the past ten days, will be brought to a conclusion tonight. The band contest, whcriuled for last night, was awarded to the Holy Name society Band bv defuult. The monthly meeting of tho board of police commissioners was held last night, when the question of debts owed by several members of the force was considered. It was decided that the rulo requirinc policemen to pa ihelr obligations would be strictly enforced. It was also determined that members of the force, even when off actual duty, and Charles Woomcrt. Th? officers of the company are. John 11. Trimycr. president, Joseph DeSilva. first vice piesident. G. M Myers, second vice president; J. E. Howell, secretary: J. D. Normoyle. treasurer. V. C. II. Wildt. recorder. R. M Latham honorary ony- tain. E. C. WilcU. captain: I. D. Wch t-t"r. first lieutenant, an-1 R. Mumford second licrUnant. In corporation court today a deed was placed on record from William Jctt and wife to Harry E. Conty, transferring a he use and lot on the west side of Fair fax street, between Princess and Queen streets. ANACOSTIA. The program for the observance of the seventieth anniversary of tho be ginning of Methodism in Anacostla is complete. The observance will con tinue from November 1 to 8. The pro gram includes: November 1 Sermon by Bishop Theo- Lincoln A. Ferris, of the Mt. Vernon Place Church, Baltimore Music by the Dumbarton Avenue Church. November 6 A recital. '"The Taming of the Shrevf." bv the Rev. Robert W. 11. Weeeli. of the Park Place Church. Baltimore. Music by quartet and choir of Wcslev Church. Church reception.. November S Exercises by the Sunday school on the site of the Danforth chapel In Minnesota avenue. Sermon by the Rev. G. Leroy White, on "Anacostia Church in History and Prophecy." The celebration will be closed with mi address by the Rev. "Whitford L. McDowell, distiict superintendent Meirbeis of the Child's Welfare As sociation are visiting school rooms to become familiar with the work of the pupils. Queen Esther Circle will have a cob web social tomorrow night at the home of Miss Daisy Phlpps, 1224 Talbcrt street. HYATTSVILLE. Esther Rebekah Lodge, No. 20. I. O. O. !'., has completed arrangements for a "harvest home festival" from No vember 4 to 14. Canned goods, jellies, fresh fruit, vegetables, and fancy work are to be exhibited and prizes will be awarded. The Anacostia branch of the W C. T. U. will meet this afternoon with Mrs. G. Leroy White in U street. The- Emb'roidcry Club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. W. "W. Tolson. 2217 Nichols avenue, with Mrs. Edmund Mal lctt in charge. Those present were .Mrs. Thomas LInwood Moore, Miss Viola Mal lett, Mrs. Robert Sowerbuttc, Mrs. N. E. S. Martin, supervisor of the Wash ington playgrounds, will, on next Tues day evening, address the committee re cently appointed by Mayor Oswald A. Grcagcr for the purpose of organizing a troop of Boy Scouts. The invitation to Mr. Martin was extended by Harry W. Dorscy. one of the most Interested members of the committee. The ladies' guild of St. Luke's Episco pal Church, of Bladensburg, will give The sewing circle of the First Presby terian Church is being entertained by Mrs. George B. M. Arnold on Wine avenue. The Hyattsvillc volunteer fire depart ment will give a smoker and banquet next Wednesday night. The Young Lady's Club of the Bcrwyn Presbyterian Church will meet tonight at the home of Miss Mildred Ganns. ROCKVILLE. William Karp, a farmer, died last night after a long illness. He is sur vived by two children, George G., of Rockvlllc, and Mrs. William Brlggs. of Colcsville. Whalen has appointed Frank O. Day a deputy sheriff. The Rev. .Frank M. Richardson, of the southern Methodist Church, of ficiated at the marriage of Elvin E. Carpenter, twenty-one. and Mis3 Ruth Bronson, nineteen, both of New Haven, Conn. Former Judge Stanton 4. Peelle, of Chevy Chase, Is mentioned as probable appointee to the nosition of rnnntv public school commissioner to succeed' vr. Kyan ucvereux, who resigned. The county commissioners have ap pointed Charles M. Craver a constable for Colcsvjllc district. Sheriff Pcton The county public school commis sioners have recommended to the State board of health that Miss Mary Davis, of the Rockvlllc High School, be awarded a life certificate to teach in the public schools of the State. Funeral services for Harry L. Butler, who was killed last Saturday by a fall from "a Washington and Rockvlllo electric car at Halplne, were held at the home of his brother, Walter M. Kuticr. near Kooicsvme. The Rev. George B- Harrington officiated. In ternment was at BcallsviUe. B OR IT Masonic Lodge Holds Memorial For Members Washington-Centennial Lodge. Xo. 14, F. A. A. M., held memorial services last night in the lodge rooms at the New Masonic Temple for the eleven members who died since the beginning of the year. , These members were "William A. Far lee, Charles M. Merrill, John C. T. Donn, Jackson S. Cole, John Fisher, Moses M. Whitney, Almos P. Geguc, William P'letcher Bergman. Orvil Dodge, Edgar B. Shcrrlll, and John K. Benton. Leonard P. StCuaTt, worshipful mas ter, presided, at the conclusion of which addresses were made by members of the lodge. Memorial wreaths and other floral emblems were grouped in the center of the room. j' Something Special ! We are tired of waiting for seasonable weather so we are going to tempt you to anticipate your certain needs as quickly as the thermometer drops by a three days' special sale of selections from regular stock offered at prices so positively attractive you'll see the saving and take advantage of the opportunity. This is the first day of the sale and it will end positively Saturday night. English Tweed Balmacaan Coats You won't do these garments justice if you don't view them as $20 value. The Balmacaan is the season's popular model these are cut as our designers know how to cut them. Full Dress and Street Vests Vests worth up to $10. The most select patterns; the richest fabrics; the most exclu sive designs. Here's a chance to buy two for less than the regular price of one. $12 $ 1 .69 I (2 for $3) Men's English and Conservative Suits Choice of about 20 different lots smart patterns for the young man and quiet effects for the conservative man. Whichever inter ests you will offer value that's usual at $20 and $25. Men's Striped Worsted Pants They are $5 values and there are five different styles; neat striped effects; cut in the present mode. 50 Cents a Weel Pays for a $25 Diamond Ring. This special lot of rings are unusually good values. The stones are full cut and brilliant. Mountings for either men or women are of 14-kt gold. They are worth $30.00, and we'll allow you $30.00 for them whenever you wish to make an exchange for a diamond of Greater value. Castelberg's, 935 Penna. Ave. AC Rub pain away with a small trial bottle of old "St. Jacob's Oil." i i i t Stop "dosing" Rheumatism. It's pain only; not one case In fifty requires Internal treatment. Rub sooth--lnff. penetrating "St. Jacob's OH" right on the "tender spot," and by the time you say Jack Robinson out comes the rheumatic pain and distress. "St. Jacob's Oil" is a harmless rheumaUsm liniment which never disappoints and doesn't burn the skin. It takes pain. ' soreness and stiffness from aching joints, muscles and bones; "stops sciatica, lumbago, backache, and neuralgia. Limber up! Get a small trial bottle of old-time, honest "St- Jacobs Oil" from any drug store, and in a moment you'll be free from pains, aches, and stiffness. Don't suffer! "Rub rheumatism away. Advt. Mk- -$s HEW YORK AND RETURN ' SUNDAY, OCT. 25. "There'll only one rray to e the famous akyllae of Nerr York, The IMIlioa Dollnr 3Ule, and that la to enter it by ferry." BALTIMORE &, OHIO SPECIAL TRAIN Leave Ualoa Station. ... .12i20 A, M. Ar. New York (Liberty St.), 6:35 A. M. " At. Xeir York (23d St.) . .7:00 A. M. Returning, leaire ,JTew York. 23d St. "(np town), 5:50 P. M. I.Ibcrt.v St. (dovrn town), O P. M. Tickets on Sale Friday and Sat urday. Boys' Balmacaan Overcoats Made in shades of Gray and Heather Mixtures; quartered-lined; slash pockets; cuffs on sleeves. In all sizes from 3 to 10 and regular $6 value. Boys' Novelty Overcoats In Blue and Oxford mixtures; lined with wool and button to the neck. Sizes 3 to 8 years and reg ular S3. 50 value. Boys' Mackinaw Combinations They consist of Coat, Cap, and leggins, to match; they're in all the Mackinaw plaids button to the neck; turn-down collar; box plaits; belt all around. Sizes 3 to 1 0 years. Regular S7.50 value. $3.95 $1.98 $5.75 Boys' Balkan Norfolk Suits Gra) and Brown patterns; with full-cut Knickerbocker pants. Strong- lv made and durably lined. Sizes 7 I to 17 years. Regular S3. 50 value. t I Boys' Combination Suits i Balkan Norfolks, with TWO pairs of Knickerbocker pants. Choice of four styles Blue and Olive stripe; Blue and Brown mixtures; full peg trousers, and patch pockets. All sizes. Regular S5 value. Boys' Blue Serge Pants j - f trictlv all wool and. fast color: lined all through, and reinforced seams. Cut full, and in all sizes. Regular $1. 50 alue. $1.98 $3.35 Boys' Corduroy Norfolk Suits. Mouse and Golden Brown shades; , Balkan Norfolk Blouse and TWO PAIRS OF KNICKERBOCKER Pants. Pants are lined throughout and seams are reinforced. Sizes 6 to 17 years. You'll pay this price for the suit with only one pair of pants. Boys' Shirts and Blouses Bell-brand with and without collars. Light and dark patterns the best fitting of Boys' Shirts and Blouses. Blouses 6 to 16 years. Shirts I2y2 to 14. Reg ular 5oc grades. Boys' Corduroy Pants Mouse and Golden Brown Knicker bockers the shades you will want; cut full; strongly made. Sizes 7 to 18 years. Regular S1.50 value. $4.95 35c 3 for $1 95c Men's Night Robes Full-cut Cotton Night Robes; without collars; roomy and comfortable, and well made in every detail. Sizes 15 to .20. Regular 50c grade. Men's Cotton Pajamas Madras and Mercerized Cotton; mili tary style and low neck; silk frogs; full ,cut; all sizes- Plain white and Values up to $2. Men's Medium-Weight Underwear White and Stuttgarter colors; medium weight Merino Shirts, from 34 to 46. Drawers, 30 to 44. Regular $ grade. 1 it ipsna I a I tvery jfffWJnL.. n This S W yfr'ypfgSlpafio Quart ill R a n ' JfofefnnjlHUTrrlirr HI Honse- MEMm '" Saloco S3i4D keePer w'tMKLMKE. 9 Alnminum O w. .... 0. 35C a Set fA2i'.GTeo U!v& ?mg&m!im$m I Co tender I --.--, 69c FREE RUiREE colors. 3 for $2 nwu IKgMItMUaranl-RaM IHA ' - ilBRRRaHi atRRRRRRaSHaaaRRRRRRRRRRaVRRRRRRRaVRRRS IT I OU 58c 95c Young Men's Tartan Plaid Suits English-cut and cut as the Eng lish really cut them soft roll, high vest; patch pockets. There are also several lots of striped effects for your selection that are very snappy. We've tailored them as we tailor our Men's Clothes to perfection. Worth SI 5. Men's Neglige Shirts Fanc colors and Plain White; plaited negliges laundered and soft cufts. Ma dras and Percales. Sizes 1 4 to 18. Val ues up to S2. $11.75 69c 3 for $2 Suspenders and Garters 5r)c Guot Suspenders 5oc President Suspenders 25c Brighton, Boston, and Paris Garters. 35c 35c 15c Saks Guaranteed Hose We guarantee them for 6 months. Fine Lisle; double soles, heels, and toes. Black, Tan, Gray, and Blue. If there's any complaint we make good to the full limit of the guarantee. Men's Balmacaan Hats - You know they are S2 and S3 everywhere. These are especially shapely, and in all the colors to match the Balmacaan Overcoats. Men's Smart Derby Hats Just as good a Hat as anybody can show you at S2.00. In all the new and in all the required proportions. $1.39 for 6 pairs $1.65 $1.50 OnlylOTfflBO; Knew What a LJiuT.rvriv.Mi'uj Would Do For You Sweaters $4.95 Men's All-wool Shaker-knit Sweaters; full- tashionen, with large roll collars. Regular $7. 50 grade Men's Wool Sweaters, in Blue, Brown, and Red with and without collars. a off Sold up to S3 p 1 .OO Men's Shoes Russia Calf, Gun-metal, and Patent Colt Shoes on the English lasts; blind eyelets; Lace or Blucher styles. The most popular shapes of the season and the best ot $4.50 djQ zr and S5 grades vpJ.OJ Pennsylvania Avenue ak $c Gtompanu Seventh Street You Would Not Be Without One a Single Instant Wc havy received a shipment of the newest models, with conveni ences never bsf ore thought of -n kitchen cabinet:;. W2 are go;ng io enable you to own cn of thes labo r savers on terms so liberal that you cannot afford to be without one--on conditions which ma never cccor again. During this Sale no arc going to incluiU, absolutely with out cost to you, -i Ret of the highest grade guaranteed aluminum th famous ''Salucj" Aare a s-t you cannot buy for less lhan $t;.30 at any store. We can only do this for a limited time while t'u- supply last. " $1 Down The Kitchenola Kitchen Cabinet is the standard for all kitchen cabinets necessarily the best in every detail. When you can ob tain THE BEST, at such liberal terms of $1.00 down and $1.00 PER WEEK, on a low standard fixed price, you owe it to yourself to obtain one. If you hurry and place your or der before the supply of the Saluco Aluminum Sets gives out, we will include one absolutely without cost. $1 Weekly The "Saluco" Aluminum Set Given Free is illustrated above. Study it care fully. The set is delivered to you free with your Kitchenola Kitchen Cabinet and consists of the follow ing pieces: Two quart coffae percolator, with hot plate. Six quart Berlin kettle. Two quart pvidd.ng pan. Two and one-half .iiart heavy l.pr-ed sar.ee p.m. Two quart colander. By combining several of the abiva utensils you can make thre-j addi tional utinsih; :-hown in white is the illustialion) as follows: Steamer. Two quart double boiler. Deep round roaster. Kitchen Cabinets, $14.75 to $38.50 $1 Down $1 Weekly National Furniture Co. 633-635 H St. N. W., Out of the High Rent District