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P? VI THE WASHINGTON TIME&. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1914. - r ALEXANDRIA HOME ! WORKERS TO MEET Sunday School Work Will Be Be fore Convention at Methodist Church Tuesday. i t.ANDRIA. Oct. 31 Represc'Ua "Jvcs of the home departments of the ' ndaj schools of Alexandria will met' n Tueada in the Washington Stret Whodlst Episcopal Church, South iong those who will speak will b -e Re J. W. Duffy, pastor of tl. ashlngton Street Church, the Rev. Strausburg. pastor of the Methodic otcstant Church; the Rev. G. A. Lut oil, pnstor of the Trinity Church, ar ic Rt-v W. F. Watson, pastor of tin rst Baptist Church. hop employes of the Southern iil t system met last night in tr oms of the Alexandria Trades Conn 1 The speakers were A. McGNvrn airman of the machinists' union, Ai hur Gladbill. chairman of tho blam .v.1,1. .nmn T T fliirvov. rhnlrninn the boilermakers' union; J. Whittle, haJrman of the car men's union; J. T. ilson. chairman of the sheet metal io. and P. J. Conlon, vice president ' the International Association of Ma hlnen It was announced that the "uthern railway had decided to reduce h hours of the employes instead ot uttlng down the number of the men. The Falls Church district of the Fair ax County Sunday School Association ill convene tomorrow afternoon at the .plM:opal chapel at Bailey's Cross loads, near this city. The circuit court for Alexandria city, udge J. B. T. Thornton presiding, will ommence its November term on Mon ia On Wednesday the suit of Miss ora Barker against the Potomac and 'hebapeake Steamboat Company will be eard. Miss Barker is suing the steam oat company for J5.000 on account of Juries which she alleges were received vhon an awning on the steamer St ohns fell on her. She Is represented by ttomeys C. Vernon Ford and K. uor on Finney. The steamboat company is epresented by James R. and H. B. a ton. The Halloween dance of the Colllng- .ood Club last night on the Potomac as attended by several hundred Alex- ndrians and a number of guests from ashlngton. The grounds were attrac- ely decorated. Revival services will be at the First .aptist Church tomorrow, and will con nuo for two weeks. They will be con ucied by the Rev. W. F. Watson. There ll be an augmented -choir. Bishop Frederick B. Fleet, of Atlanta, .a., will preach at Trinity M. E. Church morrow morning. Bishop Fleet is on the joungest biehops of the church. ANACOSTIA. ii'ics Xonle Brcen, Lillian Oslrorn, ntna Charmstrom and Josephine Er c!d entertained at the home of Miss -ecn. 2220 Shannon place, last evening, a Halloween masquerade. The home was decorated with autumn illage and flowers. Among the guests ore Nellie Green. Verdie Brown, Ethel j.rner, Leoda Beaumont, Josephine .".oKce, May Brcen. Dorothy Brcen. sues Breen. Minnie Hughes, Ethel irroll, Mary Baxter, Grace Robinson, t y Stcinmetz, Pauline "Williams, Jcn- c Cox, Gertrude Hayes, Hattie Uiim, Glendora Knaub, Gladys Car- n Florence Newcomb, Mary New- mb. Mablc Daly. Lillian Daly, Mar- jcrlte Dally. Edgar Murphy, John I ley. Daniel Breen, Thomas Breen, rnard Dixon. Alvin Ogle, James Dlx- n James Buete. J. Hammeros, L. Too tle. Frank Tierney. Harry Osborn ..leph Wahlen. Harold Wood, WiHard . ,od. Daniel Harrlgan. Harry Brimer. ert Havcnner. Herbert Kuvel. War- cr Schwartz. Dr. Eugene Suppleo. 'horlcs Munnerlyn, W. Sherman. rtorge Weber. Eddie Weber, Richad ffutt. Warren Selzer, Paul Miller, Er in Wood. Clagett Hayden, Allen Syd or. Messrs Dyson. Haussmann, Hard er Dugan, Kidwell and Bryant, and v"rr Sydner. Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. Dixon, Irs Ermold. Mrs. Osborn, Mrs. Lind trum and Mrs Reardon. vltneola Tribe No. 14. I O R. M.. with .. ohem Joseph Caton presiding, heard n address by Henry W. Tippett, past -at sachem. Arrangements were ip.de for the class initiation by all Ibes of the District on November 20. Patient and employes of the Govern nt Hospital for the Insane were given motion picture entertainment last sht. dumber of the Younp People's ety and choir of Emanuel tp'sco- rnurch gave a masquerade party night ROCKVILLE. republican rally in the town hall "nEjngton last evening was pre d ovfr by Brninard H. Warner, jr., - Mas addressed by Frederick N. nan. candidate for Congress, Wil- om T. Page, and others. Raymond Benfer. twenty-two, and is Ime Museer. twentieth ree, both Wlnneld. Pa., were married in Rock- veeterday afternoon by the Rev. a k P Flournoy. of the P"resbyterian rch at Bethesda. Tlr Re Thomas A. Haughton--jruc of Christ Lpiscopal Church, ric-uted at the marriage yesterday of frcd Donald McGurley. twenty-three, d Mls6 Ro'c Tilly Clark, eighteen, h of Washington. ftthcr couples married yesterday were rttiur Ford Campbell, of Potomac. a and Miss Eelyn M Ljlct, of ashlngton, by the Rev Oscar W. James, of the Christian Church, and avid E Hopkins, twenty-three, of Vahington. and Mifis Iva V. Anderson, jinteen, of Greensboro, Md.t by tho Re Samuel R. White, of the Baptist 'hurch. Polls for next Tuesday's election will ie at the usual places, and will be open from 8 a. m. until 6 p. m. A heavy 'Ote is expected. The Democrats aro counting upon carryinc the county by rjmcthlng like 1,000 majority. HYATTSVILLE. large crowd enjoyed themselves to oe limit at the old-fashioned Hallow een party held at the First Presbyterian r- rth last night Halloween games were played until a late hour, when re n ahnn-nts were served The Ixrnocratlo campaign in this dis 'ft will end tonight at a mass meet rfc In Masonic Hall, in the interests of ohn Walter Smith and Richard A. ohnson. James C. Rogers will preside. The HelUvillo brass band has been en gaged. The Ladies Aid Society of the Pink ey Memorial Episcopal Church gave Halloween party in the armory last "IphU Those in charge were the Mrs Jtway B. Zantizlnger. Mrs. Henry Thomas. Mrs. Edward A Fuller. Mrs. N'ellie Fuller Brooks. Mr? Frank Tlng e, Mrs. Edward Farrar, Mrs Alfred I). Bailey, sr.: Mrs. Waters Cooke, Mrs. 'Iiarles Welsh. Mrs. George Lanjardt, Mrs Berger. Mrs. Graham, and Misses Naylor, Holdcn. and Brennaniun. The- HvatUv(ll '9Vtbnll top 1- Sin defcae1 u.e P-Hwie of Sou usHrgtcu ' 7 ARRANGES DANS ANT MRS. DOROTHY EARLE, Washington society woman, who .has charge of arrangements for the "The "nasarn, wmen is 10 DC given at T--.it- nr i. ".,- .- .vuuaiuci o, uucmuci ay, uuuex wie auspices of the Congressional Union , for Woman Suffrage. ARMY. Second Lieutenant WALTER G. K1L NER. third Infantry, is detailed in the aviation section of the signal corps as an aviation student and vill proceed to San Diego. Cal. First Lieutenant HARLOW G. TAFM 3JR, medical reserve corps, now at Madison Barracks. N. Y., will stant relieved from active duty in the medical reserve corps upon his ar rival at his home. .Major RAYMOND F. METCALFE, medical corps, now In the office of the -attending surgeon, this citv, to Fort Porter. N. Y. NAVY. PJnsign W. D. LAMONT. to Naval Hos pital, New York, N. Y. Ensign E. C. McGEHEE, to Loalsiana. Chief Carpenter. PETER TREUTLE1N, to homo and wait orders. Carpenter G. D. BARRINGER, to Nc- Carpenter WHITNEY COLLINS, to Sa lem. MARINE CORPS. Captain W. P. UPSHUR to Marino Bar racks, Mare Island upon arrival In United States. Captain J. T. BUTTRICK and First Lieutenant T. E. THRASHER. Jr.. detailed First brigade United States marine corps. Vera Cruz. Army and Navy S NOVEMBER 1 RENTMf TORYOU ? AVAUiable iV NOVEMBER I9I4J ASSET y -OPt Hwflffl! pVWproW Sfe)rW-- 3 $L JQ. 11 Ji & 35 rH 536 lihf T Resolve NOW that November will be 3'our last month in a rented house. See our Co lumbia Road properties, offered you on terms just as easy as rent, and the problem will be solved. Search all you choose, you cannot find any other homes in the entire northwest section containing such improvements as these tor less than $3,750. 37 Sold Before Completion "There's a Reason" Sample House, 405 Columbia Road 3020 Park Place and 420 Irving Street (just around the corner from Columbia Road) completed and ready for occupancy. Price, These splendid hornet contain six rooms ind tile bath, hot water heat, gas and electric lights, 3 porches, and every convenience and appliance that goes to make the modern home complete. TO INSPECT: Take Ninth Street car io Columbia Road and walk east to No. 4u5, or phone Main 1 S97 for our free Auto Service. A PHILLIPS & I 1 vwi . . Mf1 I w$?twm l ' K!i' 1 V twmr iiiiniiiiiMiiyiiiiiiHiiii - i i i i i .iruu i iwmwi iMinp.si w H HALLOWEEN IT HOVER KG OVER C TV Air of Mystery in Juvenile Haunts Presages Celebra tion in Usual Fashion. That air ot mystery alone, which 'angs about the haunts of juvenile ashlngton today, suffices as an an nouncement that Halloween will bo cel 1 rated as per custom. Forget the ilentlar and imagine tho preparations n progress you will have to make the maginatlon extend Itself and you'll ealizo that ghosts and oolliis will talk about with much tho snmc tin cnnnlness and daring as they have T?nTTy,cr ,M,.C lIu" i"KUrntlon of .-vii jimiuw B Je There'll be tho same old plans or throwing "good things in the hallway after jerking tho doorbell off its h.l"8,tm amc old prank of skcor- caieof nsla 1W, GM-C263. nj. with falsefnces, Miookv w Into jcle. Lionel Nnw Russia. 1906 JUM-D355. ?owns, and all that goe.s therewith nobson. G. St. PctersburK. 1M0. OSlS-Dft'i There will he the flour bagging process lrland. KelloBit. Red relsn. 1907. JUM m the darker -streets ana in the sub- ir- T ., , . ,, TC1 urbs, although the police are confident I'r- J K IW Rus",a- m- JUM- i'LPr1' m!U be 'JP10 t0 sh.ow u ,,c- m."huw. I-and of riddles (Ilula of to crease in this practice over last .-ear. 1 ja. 1W G3I-G1S9 In every corner of the eitj preparn-' Goodrich. J K Russia in Europe and Asia. parties," dances, and masquerade af- ;r , .,.:. l ; .'.' ".l"'' ;,""' ' Ul.n"tn(;rta",nsululr01 HaiiK- uir win ceiooraio ine occasion witn a "ZTZ a i M.Ve?l- night. lne v-onegiate Club also will observe the occasion this evening w'th a Hal loween party at its quarters, 501 Eleventh street northwest. A business meeting, the flrst of the new adminis tration of the club, will be held Sunday. Wilson Normal Teachers And Pupils Make Merry Teachers and students of the Wilson Normal School frollicked last night to the witchery of a Halloween gath ering in the new school building, which rang with the merrymaking of the occasion. Disguised as farmers, policemen, and clowns, tho erstwhile sedate Instructors afforded all' kinds of fifn to their youthful charges. The gymnasium was decorated with corn shocks, pumpkins, witches, black cats, autumn leaves, and other appro priate things. The girls told for tunes, danced, ate ginger bread, anJ chestnuts and drank new cider. A feature of the evening was a motion picture, the scenario of which was written by Miss Alice Wessels, one of the pupils of the school. Hurt in Elevator. Suffering from bruises about the head, shoulders and ankles, Peter McCrink. forty-eight years old, of the McGill building, 908 G street northwest. Is a patient today in Emergency Hospital. He was Injured in the elevator at the McGill building last night. . S the goal of your ambition the deed to a home of your own or a stack of useless rent re ceipts ? tHOiLL: I IL"MU -","IU"-1 ' 1 ' Mm 1 in mum n -1 AT-. ' " Wm WrmtSsKm mmmi U li 111 BH fffS "-r ,wiiK by&m&ZL x " r f-jv 'JyiHH $3,375 1409 New York Ave. N. W. Phone Mnin 1597 Books on the War At Library Available for students of the war are the following works on Poland and Rus sia placed on the open shelves In the lobby of the Public Library by Li brarian George F. Eowerman. Additional pamphlet material and newspaper clippings to supplement the material will bo found in the rcfcrcnco room. Tomorrow Tho Times will publish a further list. Today's list follow: 1XU.AND. limn. II X. I.i3l Kins of Poland. 1909. FS5-Din3. Brundo. G. M. C Polnnd: a study of tho lunil, people and literature. 1903. OM-173(1. Morllll, W. It Story of PoUnd. 1898. (Story of tha Nntiom aerlea.) IT.S-MS15. Van Norman, L 15. Poland. 1007. F55- V3Mj. IIU881A. Alnxlnnky. QreKor. Modern Huisla. 1913. 1T.4S-A!2S Unrlni;. Maurice Hunalan people. 1911. FM- i?rlnK! Maurice DMlr. What I saw In rtumla. 1913 GB4-U231W. Ile crltlct!. A J Rusnlan advance. 1(03. GH-IM6S. IlruKKcn, nrnst von der. Itunnla of today. Gra.ha"V Stephen Chancing Russia. 1013. JurlnUoff. N. Russia: tho country of ex- trcmea. 19H. G5-J2Sr. . Kluchcvskv. V. O. History of Russia. 2 v. 1911-12. F54-G713. Mlljoukov. P. N. Rusala and ita crista. UK. F-Mfi46r. Nc Vinson. II. W. Dawn In Rusala. 190. F54-N4Hd. Pares. Bernard. Rusala and reform. 1907. JU51-P13. Permele. M. P. Short history of Russia. 19W. F54-P2s. Rappoport. A. S. Curse of the Romanovs. 1907. r546-R186. Reynolds. Rotha. My Russian year. 1913. G54-R336m. Schlerbrand. Wolf von. Russia: her KtrenKth and hfr weakness. 1904. G54-Sch237. Stepniak. pseud. Rusnlan peasantry. 1905. HFS4-St466r. Stevenl. W. B. Thine seen in Russia. 1913. G54-St4St. Ular. Alexander. Rusala from within. 1905. JTTM-U117r. E. Urusov. S. D. Memoirs of a Russian cov- crnor. 1B0S. JUM-Urtm. Villarl. Lulcl. Russia under tha great shadow. 1905. G54-V715r. Wallace. Sir V. M. Russia. 1610. G64-W15a. Wellesley. F. A. With the Russians In peace and war. 1905. G54-W454w. Williams. H. W. Russia of the Russians. 16W. G54-W76r. Bishop Leete to Preach at Union Episcopal Church Bishop D. Leete, of Atlanta, Ga., will preach at the Union Methodist Episco pal Church, Twentieth street, near Pennsylvania avenue northwest, tomor row evening. In the morning holy com munion will be administered by the Rev. John MacMurray, who will also preach. At the Sunday school session gifts for the "Christmas Ship" will bo received from the schblars and members of the congregation. A rally prayer meeting, with a "love feast," and membership roll call will be held Thursday evening. WORTHLESS Overlooking a Beautiful Government Reservation Terms as Easy as Rent SAGER 111 II 1 Hi Kn BEGINS TERffl AS COMMISSIONER Takes Oath of Office and Is Elected Chairman of Public Utilities Board. Maj. Charles IV. Kute was inducted into office today as Engineer Commis sioner of the District, succeeding Col. Chester Harding. In tho preuence of the Commissioners, officials und employes of the District government and! friends, the oath of of fice as Commissioner was administered by Secretary William Tindall. John R. Young, clerk of the District Supreme Court, administered the oath as a mem- bor of the Public Utilities Commission. At r meeting of the Public Utilities Commission, llajor Kutz was elected chalrmun to fill the unexpired term of Colonel Harding, which expires on Jan uary 1. Colonel Harding will leave Washing ton to night and after visiting his son, Horace, who Is a member of tho first year class at the United States Military Academy, will sail on November 4 from New York for Panama. Major Kutz enteis upon his new lutles with a thorough knowledge of District arfnlrB. Prior to his designation as En gineer Commissioner, he was one of the corps of engineers in charge of river and harbor improvements In the vicini ty of Washington and was formerly on duty at the War Department as assis tant to the chief of engineers. He Is from Reading, Pa., and gradua ted second in the class of 1893 at West Pt!nt. After Berving three years with tho Engineer Battallion, at Willet's Point, N. Y.. he assisted In the con struction of fortifications at Fort Mon roe, Va.. at Portland. Me., and at Balti more, Md. In 1901. he was assigned to duty at the Washington Barracks and two years later was transferred to the War Department. From 1906 until 1908. he served as professor of practical m'll tai v engineering at West Point and dur ing the three years following was In charge of river and harbor projects and coast defense work at SeatUe, Wash. In 1911. he was sent to- Manila and it was partly In recognition of his services in connection with the building of the defenses of Manila bay and Subig bay that he was transferred to Washington. Blind to Participate in Social Evening Program Workers for the blind have arranged for a "social evening" at the National Library for the Blind, 1729 H street northwest for Wednesday evening at S o'clock. Many, of the city's blind will take part In the program which will be made up of reminiscences, music and recitations. On Friday at 2 p. m. there will be a reading for the blind at the library. Miss Johnston, of the Westmoreland apartments will be the reader. LOCAL MENTION. F. F. V. Lracb, xooS Pa. Are, Is firlag patrons tickets Virginia Thea. That's aU. There's Health in Every Slice of Berens Bread Berens Makes the Best Rye Bread Ask Your Grocer Don't Run Chances All the Gray Motors arc Aevr. New cars don't break down. New cars aro more comfort able to ride in. .cv Cars Get You Htye. 9 Terminal Ts icab Cs. Tulcjthor.s Nfe XA& Police Court Record United StafcH Branch. Judge Mullowny Noble Hurdle, grand larccnv. $3C0 bonds for action of Krnnrt Jury: Frank Tolnon. threats. WOO bonds or SO days- Brttl Anderson. ! strovlnfr frrlvute propertv. dismissed: Kcwle Drown, usault. fnrfeltd collateral: "VVeslev Barton, cruelty to animals, forfeited: Arthur H. Lowis. cruelty to animals, forfeited: I-'red Ijfe, petit larceny, forfeited. Preston 1. Davis and William Btrceter. crucltv o ani mals. ach forfeited. Arthur Hell, alias II. A. Bell, false pretends, continued to Novem ber 5; John Nlion. larceny, nolle pressed: John Nelson, grand larcenv. nolle nrospd, Charles Covcovas. carrying deadlv tpapon. continued to November 11. John Kecsle. lar ceny, dismissed; W Dnrsev Griffith, embez zlement, continued to November 0: John K Allen, violation of mllltla lav.. $23 or 30 day. District Branch. Judee Push Collaterals wero forfeited In the following caseo Kor violation police regulation. TJmothv Alion Ted Bell. Ernest Boswell. James Dvcr. S.rn uel Friedman. "William Hennins. a. uel ICaltten. John Nichols. Leonard Sprlngin.in Robert L Waters. Howard Wheeler. Walter Brewer. Reginald W. Geare. Richard W Snow. Francis House. Bernard Kober. and Samuel .Marshall: for profanity and disorder ly conduct. Edward Williams. Clifford George and Eugene Taylor: lister Davis, turning In false alarm nf fire. $40 or ISO davs: Floyd Parker, disorderly. 15 or J3 davs: Charles R. Pierce, violation police regulations, personal bonds: Albert Wllion. vagrancy 51C0 bonds or 90 davs; Charles J Bedell, violation pollco regulations, continued to November 6: Rob ert Llghtfoot. violation police reculatlons. continued to November 4: Pearl Mullen, dis orderly, continued to November 3: Douglas Burch. violation police regulations, personal bonds- Arthur B. Jones, violation pollcu reg ulations, personal bonds: Lovedale hewls. speeding, personal bonds. Realty Transfers 163 Wiseonaln avenue northwest Joseph I. Harmon to Ella E. Brosnan. part lot 24. square 12S0, 110. Sherviood Clara A. Marden to Charles J. Havlland. lot 45, square 4221. $793. S07 K street northeast Jesse W. Bawling et ux to John R. V. Broune and Mary M. Broune. lot 26. square 910. $10. Columbia Height Charles C. Byrne to Anna E. and Sarah J. Leaver, lot 124. block ZZ. $10. 1116 Vermont avenue northwest Anna E. Leaver et al. to Charles C. Byrne, lot 15,- square 214. $10. TC I I i;riimii;mm!H:WrlIIW I I I rSUNL AY, After carefully looking over the field of "Washington, the Famous Players Exchange decided upon Moore's Garden and Strand Theaters to represent them and the various other leading film makers fn the exclusive offerings of the much heralded "PARAMOUNT PROGRAM." Dating from August 29. all the product of the Famous Players Film Company, the Lasky Film Company, the Bosworth Film Company, and many other notable organizations will market their product for Washington by first presenting; thern, it Moore's Theaters. A remarkable feature of this contract reached between the Paramount Picture Cor poration and Tom Moore being that a period of six months must elapse before the pictures cap, again be presented In the locality of Mopre's Theaters. Rocent statements announcing first showing of Wm. H. Crane in "David Harum.'' a Famous Players Production; Elsie Janis In "The Slim Princess," Maude Adams in "The Little Minister," and a number of other film productions are positively in error, as they are Included In the Paramount Program- FOLLOWING LETTER IS SELF-EXPLANATORY Washington, D. C. Oct. 37. 1914 Mr. Tom Moore. Garden Theater. City. J My Dear Mr. Moore It is with deep regret we note that a number of the film productions controlled by the World Film Corporation, which Include "DEEP PURPLE." "ALIAS JIMMIE VALENTjNE." "THE RENEGADE," and four or five others were recently advertised in the papers to appear at . downtown theater, also "SEATS OF THE MIGHTY." advertised on a dodger to appear at a Theater, i'l Blooming dale. We beg to assure you that these statements are false and misleading, that the films havej never been booked by us for the theaters who have advertised them, that they will be reserved for tiist presenta tion at your theaters, and that we will take such steps as are necessary to avoid a repetition: of such Injustice. f Very truly yours. WOR1.D FILM CORPORATION. WM. II IRV1NK Manager. I I I I I 91 I 1 A Famous Players Production under the name of "THE AFTERMATH," included between the Famous Players Feature Company and Tom Moore foi flrst exclusive Garden Theater, which appeared at a downtown theater recently, I am advised was on the rights of the writer, and damages will be sought, and I take this opportunity all others that any further attempt of this character will be enjoined and damages $50,000.00 Siuce It was necessary under contracts closed that the writer assume obligations mately Fifty Thousand Dollars in order to control the above and othor film pla In 1 I 1 cd, the writer feels deserving of KEEPING APACE WITH THE TIMES i The confidence of the writer In the Washington Tublic to appreciate and liberally suport this newly established policy of offering, with full orchestra, the World's greatest works or art in llm plays direct ed 3y such master minds as David Belasco. Chas. and Daniel Frohman. Henry W Sav ge. Hall Caine, Herman Liebler. LeeS. and Sam Shubert, Wm. H. Brady. Hobart Bosworth. Jesse L. Las :y. Jack London. Chaa. E. Blaney, Owen Davis. Sir Arthur Conan Doy e, and others, exploiting such histrion c stars as; Man IMckford, Dustin and Wm. Farnum. Maude Adams. Robt Edesm. Henrietta Crosman. .ohn Barrymore. Elsie Janis. Edward Abeles. Marguerite Clark, Oias Richman, Murgaret Anglin. H. B. Wane' May Irwin. James K. Hackett. Betsie Barnscale. Maclyn Arbuckle. Bertha Kalich. Tyrone Powers. Ggby Desls. Thco. Roberts, Edna Goodrich, Wilton Lackaye, Viola Allen, and a host of others too numerous to mention. Expressing my deep gratitude and appreciation, for the liberal support in the past an anticipating its continuance in the future, beg to remain, cordial yours,. ipit 3IOOR1. IflMilriitfd JBBBBBBBBBkkBbKl . ?A V OJL 7Mr . 1VBBBHCimBBl . PBK V.J t & iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV BMMMMMW' Hlr 3v V vjUc9bbbbbbh IKiIbbTV OHvftlk. 9Hh Wtr J -I. 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SBM BBBBBBBBBBBBBBOrV;?C'''i4:V BBBBBBBK - &?"' .. i -Y Yi T TBriBBBBBBBBBBBBKUjBr?!VJnkTjn tf BBBB gfe z2&mEXmmm1mmmmmmwm v '! ANNOUNCEMENT APPARENT MISSTATEMENT VYAnninu all the advantages and prestige that SUNDAY AND MONDAY .m.. . KVS9IbbB m Kkt . zmL mmmwmmwm J f friends. She had .been 111 a little) more than a week. Her conditio be came worse yesterday and .she ti&s removed to the hospital. Present t . her bpdsidp when the end came wer$ l her son and daughter. v Funeral .services Jfor Mrs. Barker) will be held Monday from the rel-j uence, 17i9 Tinnier street northwest, i Mrs. Earker is survived by a son, ' Dr. Howard "XT. Barker, ot 2108 O street northwest, and a daughter, Mi-8, Fannie Barker Foster, also of this city. Mra. Barker was of veraC old Washington family. She ww a j uaugnter of Mr. and Mr. Jesse, B. VHon. Her father for many years was president of the Lincoln, National Bank. Mrs. Barker was an active raembeC of the Mount Vernon Place Methodist Episcopal Church South. Sx.oo To .Harpers Ferry, $1.35 Martina hurjr, t.50 Berkeley Springs, and ?2.O0 Cumberland and return. From Washimr- ton 8:25 a, m., Sunday. Nor. 1, Baltl tnore and Ohio. Stopping1 at principal utalions on Metropolitan branch, Retura- bisr same day. Advt. US POR 3&H &M CUMPAINY" Louisiana Avenue . Street N.W. i X-' '-il. 1M 1 I I 1 I li IS I ! 1 ! I in a cjn tract by and showilg at Moore's an Imprtgeraent up of warning any and sougjt. to tKpend approxi- tR the tianner descrlb- go with th em nmre i fc wmm US i & 1 h?. ,. a -!- 4492