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- " "---w"- "., r -r aj-T- " ?l 16 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDiY, NO VEMBER" 22, 1914. ' ' rt."VtiL, S fi'wi J?si-r'Ac.?y,i4.. ;?i?;".si' ' i -i-"?'- -i IE. HI WILL BE HEARD TUESDAY! Philharmonic Season Program Includes Gabrilowitsch and Elena Gerhardt. The phHharmonio season this year promises to bo unusually Interesting. Mrne. Johanna Gadskl Is to be the solo ist at the opening concert at the New Xatlonal Theater on Tuesday afternoon. The Bololsts for the other two concerts of the scries are also In the foremost rank Elena Gerhardt, whose success par ticularly as a Llederslnger last season was phenqmenal, and Ossip Gabrilow itsch. the famous Russian pianist, whose wife is the daughter of one of America's best loved citizens, "Mark Twain." Mine. Gadski will sing at Tuesday's concert the principal aria from an opera written to an English text by Wagner's great prototype, Weber, and on of the greatest pages ever written I Wag ner himself. The symphony is Tschai kowaky's "Pathetlquo." which i? poign ant in Its expression of tragic grief. .The concluding number will be the pre lude to Wagner's wonderful comedy, "The Mastersingers," which is an opit- ome of the play ltseli containing comedy, romance, and Is not without a touch of pathos. The prograni in full Is as follows: Symphony No. G. in B minor, "Pathetique" Tschaikowsky Aria. "Ocean Thou Mighty Mon ster," from "Oberon" Weber Mme. Gadski. Siegfried's "Rhine Journey" Wagner Prelude and "Love-Death," from "Tristan and Isolde" Wagner Mme. Gadski. Prelude. "Die Meistersinger" Wagner Social Oyster Club Has Novel Rules Usages and Customs Have Become Immutable Laws of Institution Board of Governors Must Do the Cooking for Guests. HIDDEN WEALTH OF CONVICT IS TRACED Bank Wrecker Said to Have De posited Large Sums Since He Went to Sing SLig. ' One of the unusual institutions of Washington is the Social Oyster Club. It is a corporation of 100 members, most of whom are employed as plate printers in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Many of the most prominent men in the United States and Europe have been guests of the club, and the usages and customs which have become immutable laivs by which the members are governed make it one of the most unusual organizations of its kind. By KENDRICK SCOFIELD. NEW YORK. Nov. 22.-That David A. Sullivan, convicted wracker of tho Union Ban,k, of Brooklyn, became a de positor in the Empire Trust Company DR. CHAPMAN OPENS BIBLE CONFERENCE Philadelphia Evangelist 'De scribes London Conditions at Outbreak of War. FREE TICKETS TO CRANDALL'S For Thrifty Buyers This Week For the four best letters from Times readers stating why you would trade with one of the Jaelovv advertisers, we will give ten tickets each to CRANDALL'S. The winning letters will be -published in this same space next Sunday. Letters must not reach us later than Thursday evening and should not exceed 100 words. Tickets must be called for not later than Tuesday evening at -5:30. Address, Classified Advertising Manager, THE WASHINGTON TIMES. Purchased and Paid For by The Washington Tunes. A Utcription' by the Rev. Dr.,.L Wll- bur Chapman, Philadelphia evangelist. r of conditions In London at the outbreak of the, Eurdpetjiyrar, opened the six- Anna Pavlowa will appear at the Na- V ;tional Theater on the afternoon oi Fri day Noverfiber 27. at 3:15 o'clock. Vew "" Ballets and diverUssements tv'Il 'o of fered. The usal symphony r 'hostra Trill furnish accompaniments. The Flonzaley Quartet will make its t first appearance in "Washington this ) season on Paturday afternoon. ,. Only a few years ago tne iuartet was a privte organization, but in Its brief t ,. -career it has come to occupy . n unusual position and easily rank3 first anions organizations of its kind, being accept- ted as the standard of artlst'c excel lence. Organized originally by a wealthy v-- New York patron of music to play for himself and friends, the quartet takes its name from his villa oh Lake Ieueva, "Flonzaley." One of the ex planations given for the organization's wonderful success is the fact fliat they ' devote all of their attention to the cultivation of chamber music. The personnel of the quartet is as fellows: Adolfo Bettl. first violin; Al fred Pochon, second; violin; Ugo Ara, viola, and Iwan D'Archambreau. vlolln oello. The! Instruments used are a Stradivarius. two Guadasninia and a. Testorl, anof great value. The 'on'zaley Washington season consists of two recitals. With Leopold Stkow&kl as conductor and Mme. Schumann-Helnke as the as i:tlng arti3t. the initial concerts of the season by the Philadelphia Orches- tra at the New National Theater, on Tuesday afternoon, December 15, will b given. Three concerts make up the series for thib famous organization. 7 For the other two concerts the as sisting- artists will be Alma Gluck and Olga Samaroff. Here Is a club where the president must do the bidding of the most humble of the members; Where the board of governors are literally the official club chefs; Where more attention is paid to the equipment of the kitchen than to the assembly room; Where pull is far more necessary to relinquish office than to gain it; Where no card game is ever played, but where pool and quoits and domi noes arc the order of the day; And where the festive oyster and the retiring clam are made the subject of world famous roasts. In short. It is the Social Oyster Club. whose 'home stands near Twelfth street and Rhode Island avenue northeast, and of whose hospitality people of note from all over the world have partaken. Washington has long been famed for its dinintr clubs. But few of the many such organizations which have flourish ed here have rivaled the Social Oyster Club In its unusual features. It -was founded fourteen years ago. and today has a limited membership of 100, who, almost to a man are plate after the closing of the former bank ' day convention of th? World's Bible was tho substance of information which Conference at Poll's Theater today. Dr. ' reached Jarves C. Cropsey. district at- Chapman was attending an evangelistic ' torney in Brooklyn, today. Mr. Crop confcicnceni London at tho time Britain soy says he has information that Sulli- became involved in the ilrugglc. van deposited in the neighborhood of Tlie Hev;. Pr" Camden M. Cobum, SU4.000 in tlv trust company between i w'-o& repulat."ii. HO archaeologist .Is. October 1G. 1WS. and November 8. 1912, international, w'll Iks the second speaker and that the amount was in thf wrnic ?:nl his aildresr. will ceal with., his ver ot .David a. sumvan. attorney. J he mv i ci.v. i nxv"" u.eaiiywuia. .ti Inlormation. it is asserted, .plso is to '-The business sessions of the 'confer-, the effect that Sullivan has mad" nn,- vl" begin at the First Cong'-ega-merous deposits in thr Empire Tr.t t-iona Church tOTtfpis-pw 3ri;rning at 30, Company since he went to Sing Sing as i o'c'.ock. and morning.' afternoon and a Qonvict. I evening sesnoiuv win ie noia a&iiy, m Mr, Cropsev says h learned further ciuuing rnuay uvcnws, jvun ujo,Excep- Burkhardt. Sum- , won oi inursuw, .vnen morning ses&ion evening and on Sundays for the use of members The Social Ovsier Club Is niJLintnit.ri 1 by very low dues, which pay for tho ' tnat it,ss Louise D. services or a caretaKer The roasts and I v'" s private stcreuarv uunng nis M'rni , ""'" "-" - t - beefsteak nights and such events are as president of the Union Bank, .has Ths purpobe of., the (conference as set paid for by a pro rata assessment of i ha power of attome' over 11 w trust forth by th Key. -Dr. Sol rC. Pckey, each of the members. company fund. Tt Ip said that Sullivan, director, to -unfolo the riches fit 6d s From time to time -almost everv not- I through Miss Burkhardt. has with- Word, to confinh faith In ;Jta Insblra able person who has vidited Washin '- drawn about Si r-T from the fund 3!ncc t,fln: " Sec forty plans K ?oa0Wn? the ton within the past decade has boon rlip bank prMldenl has neon In jail. I w9r f3 JW1, l,V pePen and quicken '.the, nJJ4 HMi-M lit-. W"U"B IIHS MjyiUlllg uin- 'BartnOlCtt ASKS Better ooiXo:ice will-he the-Rev. Dr, Frank t;unamuH. tne Kev. ixn Newell Dwlght Does She Own a Camera? Then Give Her a j Last Week's Winner? emeruuneu at tins ciuo, and its guest books bear many eminent signatures. Protection fOr 4mericai1S Him, the Kev. Dr.". W.-W' Bustard, the. Dr. S. P. Gordon'. Long Terms Usual. At the annual elections of the club, the nomination and approval of any member for office makes his acceptance Protest against the removal of Amer-1 compulsory, and should his services j lean citizen? with German names fron? prove successful, it Is a difficult matter i neutral ships and thfr detention in for him to vacate his office. In fact, j England by Prltlsh autnoritiec, has beep when an officer has proved competent, j modo to thr- State Department by Con it is necessary for him to resort to all pressman Bortholdt of Missouri. sorts of club influence before ho Is al-f Actin Secretary lnsine assured Mr, , JJ j .. Bnrtholdt that where individual cases ! ish Tn , -T ; 7 . . ? th!E hractcr are reported (the State called at newspaper offices today md In this way the presidents of the club Department has taken steps to obtain ... a u.t unA , t:,-j ,i frequenUy hold office three or four the release of 3uch persons when it was! "". ,'.., 4. II ..;"".. Wo ' rMiMfl thAi . A w a- rtr i t Ann i TZlJsJL t- 1U1 uuir ci uic vaiiicoL Muis.uib Danes and Swedes Are . " Called to the Colors av sHHK laHPIPf Our Part in Yolir Eye Comfort tciaMined AdvertiInK Manager, Washington j Jo the. wearer of glasses the best I Tiniea: ' iefls-ij; and mountings ara those he ! Dur kta t nm kiwav keenly lntercitJ r"csn t Have to think about. Our twa in these peculiar ads.-. J turned to the- pice ) tomors : never think nbout their slashes contatninp artie. tnd man found one tJ.st "cftt;y leave our store. "We've done was parhcularlr r.torestini: Mr. NM i "'" "",ml"s ior tnem. cd. proved juut what l.wanucS. a ne Srr.ml j ram! tins T.-ouId r1uvrRa.fr mr lat year i I J haf, and I am sroiid vt rn.v posoeKson la , ! ; v.SLi lie, a v.;eij.i tnc-nmau oanay in ' production. This Is iul the: first time that: these ads. 'fcaie beneliicil me. lieawatf'Jllv MItb. L. A. ,1'OOL.li. 51, Varnwn rt. '&C2&' Washington OTTAWA, Nov. .22.'-Damah and Sw9d-. army reservists living in Ottawa years at a time. Speaking of the organization of -the printers in the Bureau of Engraving j Social Oyster Club,' J. P. Murphy, a lormer president and now a member of the board of governors, said: Harry Patterson Hopkins, pianist, gave three Liezt numbers at an in formal tea, -given last Friday at tho Washington College. The presentation of the Liszt etude in F minor calls for a fully developed technique. Mr. Hopkins ga-e It with ability, and in addition played tho Liszt "Tarantella" In G minor, and "My Joys." Mrs. Huron W. Larson returned to Washington last Wednesday from a week's concert tour In Virginia. Mrs. Lawson gave 60ng recitals in Staunton. ooasiocK, oanoke, Daieville, and nouins college. and Printing. Here Are the Officers. The present officers of tho Social Oyster Club are A. J. Fallon, president; A. Costello, vice president; E. J. Nes bit, chairman of the board of govern ors, and F. W. Springmeyer, J". P. Mur phy, H. W. Killmon, and B. F. Ben ton, members of the board. When the club -was first established it occupied a small building down back of the Bureau of Engraving and Print ing, and was founded upon principles of absolute democracy. Masons and Elks and Knights of Columbu3 mingle freely -in the Social Oyster Club roasts. No word of politics Is ever allowed to Intrude, the name of no woman can be mentioned within the club precincts, no liquor may be sold, and no guest may pay anything for his entertain ment. Each year a program of social affairs is arranged by the officers, a regular "beef steak night" each Wednesday, mammoth oyster and clam roasts at the beginning of the seasons, when these crustaceans are at their best, parties on Halloween and New Year's, a buffoon Christmas tree In December, besides keeping the club open each found they were American citizens. Two Men Arrested on We do all of our own work at the club. When an affair is arranged, it fallB to the lot of the members of the board of governors, in rotation, to do the cooking, and everything Is ordered and prepared beforehand. No guest in the history of the club has ever spent a penny there, al though all of our affairs are attend ed by many guests. For fnstance, on one occasion, 150 members of Con gress dined with us. On another occasion Speaker Clark and former Speaker Cannon were tho guests of honor. It doesn't seem to make any differ ence who comes to Washington, some one of the 100 members of the club will meet him and extend an invita tion, so that we Jiave become known In many parts of Europe, as well as throughout the United States. As to the democratic side of the organization, any member can make the president wait upon him, and be cause of our rules, which prohibit the discussion of politics, religion cr kindred subjects, and which are '.on scientiously lived up to, men of all sorts of affiliations arc found among us. ' moment The orders reached them by i mail this morning. r " '."r Many thousand reservists of 'the RuSSian ShlO Are Freed i F,lench Belgian. Russian and' British armies have been sent forward by the ,,.. ,,. , rv, ... .'Canadian Government- The statement SEATTLE. Aasli.. No. .-Oinntri , thnt Danish and Swedish reservists Drlsney and Va3)li Tinonoff, members j have been called to the colors ha3 of the crew of ti-.i Rush!?ji volunteer ) caused mucn surprise nore. fleet steamship rsovsorod. w.io were arested on the 3hip charged with smuggling aliens into the United States, were set free by Un'tvd States .Judge Netorer on recommendations of Dis trict. Attorney Clay Allen. Russian Consul Bsolavlcnsky de manded the release j? the men on the ground that the United States officials exceeded their authority in making the arrests on the Novgorod. Meteorites Fall in N. Y. BATAVIA, N. T Nov. 22.-Meteorites have fallen around East Bethany. They went deep Into the ground, and the con tact with the earth wan accompanied by loud reports. Two of them struck the farm of John D. McNaily, one graz ing the side of a silo and the other striking a turnip patch with such force that many of the vegetables were forced out of the ground. Explains Italy's Call. The action of the Italian government in summoning Its ambassadors from t London. Berlin, Paris, and Vienna for a conference at Rome Is not to be taken as in indication that Italy contemplates j a change In its policy of neutrality, according to Count dl Cellere, the Italian ambassador at Washington. ! Such a conference was held at the beginning of the war, Count dl Cellere" said. The recent appointment of a new minister for foreign affairs, he said. was the cause of the call for the meet ing. Elberon, N. J., Hotel Bums LONG BRANCH. N. J., Nov. 22. Fire of an unknown origin destroyed the Elberon Hotel, In Ocean avenue, Elberon. Krouse Loose Leaf Album The leather bound styles are unquestionably the most attractive present possible for the owner of a, camera. , Rich in appearance ancthand spmely constructed. Exten sible. Six oindings and nine seizes. 50c to $3.50 W.J. KROUSE 908 G Street Kodak Dealer N Phone Main 4330 The Friday Morning Music Club was treated to a most satisfactory recital by Nicholas Douty on Friday morning. ilr. Douty's pleasing tenor voice was at its best In rendering a varied program. A group of Washington artists will plve a costume concert for the benefit of the war sufferers in Belgium and France at Rauecher's on Lccmbor S. under the management of Mr. and Mr. fTiarlcs Stuart Alden The artists who have given their orvl va an Helen Donahue DeYo. soprano. Adrtenne Kirkman Wntz,- messo-soprano; Mmp. DGuerrin-K1ttredge, violinist; Mar guerite O'Toole, harpist; Richard Backing, tenor, and Keiix Garzirlla, pianist. Mrs. Alden Is chairman of the commits on tickets, aid Mrs. Morton, wife of Gen. Charles Morton, U. S. A.. Is treasurer. A Genuine Rupture Cure " ?.' . . Sent on Trial to Oh't Wear a Truss Any Longer L f rfBfesSBfr1 I ii - - --I i- -'- ;Ciacr,..ed, Advcrttelnjc. Manager. . nmes: . ' Jjonr h'it In.l-rf)rfnK nverithe Sunriav. 2tn- .r, : Times 1 saw .the advertisement oi w. y.' . nnusn in lejfards 10 Kjfu Album?. 1viim f collection ot nims? tnat are OC value lo nis. i v.cnt to see what they were anu va. uiura than pleased f-"flnc! them strongly made, tiejt and more than fill liiv wants, and at itirt'p'rice thiy sell lor makes the.m real, bar- ua.t.s. ; r can tsaiire any Photo Kan that me i;:ance at, tuese .AiDums win mane " ia customer of. "W. J. Krouse. 1 think I will keep niy eye on the Tnriity Buyers columns hereafter. Tour truly. J. 'XX liASTON. j m i' Sj1J st. X. W. t i . r- CIcseifietl' Advernbirijc Manager. WasJiHulcn Time: . Dear Sir Iw"tsh'& recommend to the read ers ot. 'lhevWashlnxion 'limes' the Capital bedding Cominy torlts satlstaitlch. et flclchcy and . pro.nptness. To any ,oe r-M-aesfclnfc; anold miitreits and 'desiring; a new one. 1 would saujrest a, little economy phona jk. oZ6. and surprise himseir o Know tne ac count to which old 'thlnss can be turneJ. Sincerely yours, 'RICHARD M.' KYLKS. - 834 lSla.st. K. W. , Vr'ashingtcn. D. C. sept. zs. till. Classified"' Advertising Manager: Washington Times: - - Sir Av few days aso' a fellow;told me that if the French and Allies continued their ad- ance they would -soon -get "Am Rhsln." Untrnvr T witnl ilntcn rt IQCjft'Xew York ave. this mornlnc and George Is stHL thoTe j He saysf It's a ease He. hjs ic cream s not. "made in Germany-" Mr. Amrein tnmxs tne Germans are Just about ready f "blow up." and the -war, will, end withjn a year: but he BA.V fhf if It taltp 'All-Stars extra Innlnsa , todrub'tlie Kalssr's crew, hlssame dclljious Ice-cream will still be ,oa, 'sale , for J1.C0 a f Kallon. ' . r , . The War! ius; (rtve me & jtood pte dish of. Amrefn'ii and a. Times flve-lhlrty an'l I'm mighty glad Columbus djstovered Amirlca. Kespc:trully. GEORGB 'RETJTBR. 2)U-H St. y. W;. Wash.. D. C. X WWfK BEI1 F2? mx Sa -Eyes -Examined Free. FINN EYESIGHT SPECIALIST MO G St. IV. W. 7-ie 11TH STREET Prinler Darling ' . jJHJlisissWJ GUSTAV HARTIG Coaeh and Builders' Hardware, electric' reading j Bgr ironf Steel, Paints; Oil, Glass. Our line will surprise j you for NOVELTY and USEFULNESS. I .. Gas arid Electric FIx-50Q-1 1 H StitOQt N. F. Wovn Yrtllr ni. - w - - - - w- -WWW- -mm - THAT'S ALII SPECIAL PRICES HAMMERLESS SHOT GUNS iSg-tt.?" $27.50 rSriff.. S25.00 &."ta' $2&50 iSJr.. $23.50 12 aad 29 Gane Hop- OiarA WALFORDS Telephone Lincoln 17. Plated Like , tures. SILVER . ' Newv- i,-L:-'ri1flKJC8fcKi "W. !' r. " .- t, --w , LADIES' HATS! Manufacturer Buckram Frames. D. NEUFELD, 8 14 9tb K N W. Prove K After Thirty Years' Experience I Have Produced An Appliance for Men, Women and Children That Actually Cures Rupture. v. If you have tried xnost everything i elB9. come to me. Where,- otners tan is where I have my greatest succe": Send attached coupon today and I will 1 send you free my illustrated book on Rupture and Its cure, showing my Ap pliance and giving you pr'.cea and names of many people who 'have tried It and were cured. It la lnotant relief when all other fail. Remember, I use no aalveo. no harncs3, ao lies. I send on trial to prove what I eay is true. You are tho judyo- and once having aecn mv illustrated book and read it you will be aa enthusiastic a mv hundreds of pat'onts whose letters yo'u can also read. Fill out free cou pon below and mail today. It's well worth your Clmn whether you try my Appliance or not. The Fuller sisters, of Dorset, Eng land, when thev make their jlrst ap- inarance unoer mc auFDicpg or Friend ship House Afisociatlon at the Columbia TN-ater. on December 2. in a folksong recital, will appear In the quaint cos tumes of earlv Victorian day, and ac companying themeeles on a real Irish harp, will render a varied selection of the peasant songs of Old England, Scot land, and Ireland. These three English girls, with their Kweet simplicity and charming demure ness. have delighted many audience In America as well as abroad. The pro frani to be rendered a week from next Fnglish children's songs- English '-Land have always had trouble with it Irish, and Scotch love songs; Scotch ' till I got your Appliance. It is very inn xnxusn momers- nones TniriiaKi easv 10 weai, nui uv.. a.ivi D..w0 -ind Scotch songs of occtipatlon. and ootch and English sngs of death. Proceeds of Concert For the Unemployed Comedy sketches, monologues, and several musical numbers will make up he program of an entertainment to bo tlven at Gonzaga College Hall by tho t. Vincent do Paul Hoeioty of St. loysius Church, next Jueidoy and Wednesday nlghta, for the benoSt of th unemployed. The entcrtalnmont has ucen put in cnarge or Maurice H. Jar Is, of the Washington Player' Club, and the list of those who will take part includes George A, Dontloy, Arthur B. Whit. Edward E. Muth. M. E. Kahn. W. Cliff Htump, Roland Roderick, and Mlste, Marv MInnix, ICthel Taylor, JIarguerlte Marr. Clara Conrad, Esther Gollbraith, Emily Bradley, and Mabel Oalleher. Riflemen Win Turkeys. ohlcken and turkey dinners fop several National Guardsmen and tlielr families. a. revolver match having boon held In A true eye and a uteadv hand won the Center Market Armory last night by tht Officers' Revolver Association and the District Kifle Aseoclatlon, Tile taigeis n-ere two-Inch bull's-eyes at eventy-five fct, and about thirty euirdainen competed, Ralph. Alderman, O'lld HobrJvciTK. II, qrtoer, J, J, Wat sort, and J, pehrlver wero amona the winner, "BTW ' TT'i TM1 ' "TV ?v?A4aAj's;:Ai7a!sii5rtv '-'A vui . av,v tx-.'.yyv', -"! ,'-t'fl.' a sj'-:,4vfjjv .Y.oirs?sti,wsmSF.siff s vr r. k wmmmmmMMmim: . f-7srys.'Y.ss"j.'a'jaama.-, tss.-twvLvi6Przz s"t.,wm?qmtc?7, - .'.& sun)tv7 iM",'. . ,. v. '';r.i:.ivsm.?m " MtmmtiSBmtmmi - i . '?!$ f ' Iw '-VfJi ''Wtffti '"ZMin ,: j?' Pennsylvania Man Thankful Mr. C. E Brooks, Marshall, Mkh. Dear Sir: Perhaps it will interest you to know that I have been ruptureci six years and is not In the way at any time, day or n'ght. In fact, at times I aia not Know I had it on: It Just adapted itself to the shape of the body and seemed to be a part of the body, as It clung to the spot, no matter what position I was in. It would be a veritable God-send to tho unfortunate who suffer from rup ture if all could procure the Brooks The above ig c E Brooks, inventor o f the Appliance, who cured himself wSrcerAta?niynneyereWgeret It "" "d who is now giving others th e benefit of his experience. If My rupture is now all healed up and ruptured, write him to day, at Marshall, Mich. nothing ever am it out your Apimanui. Whenever the opportunity presents it- i and served three years In Eckle-'B Ar self I will say a good word for your tlllery, Oglethorpe Co. I hopo God will Appllanco. and also the honorable way reward you for the good you are doing iur Buttering nuziiiinity. Yours sincerely, H. D. BANKS. Ten Reasons Whs You Should Send For Brooks Rupture Appliance 1. 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V dyed aftor icttrable (so-ealled) t" latest stylos. Best ada eirewltlfaranteed. , leal areeedBre .fti. -T RI C H Feathers out draaa ar surgical arecedare after- all otaer aifaan Have failed. Booklet aad CoBsaltatloa Free. Lady Assistant. Hoars, IO a. m. to 8 a. m. Sdb. 11 to 1, Prof: H. N. D. Parker 1022 9th St. N. W. cleaned, dyed. and. curled. Five Piece Parlor Suite Upholstered in tauestrv. $9.00 up. In all a:yles fcbapes. and pattern. Hoe our eelectlon before vr.u bur elsewhere. We make your parlor look better. a"t worse Frea delivery. Sutfactio:i guaranteed. Consult us. ACMB UPIIOLfiTERY CO . lC07 7th at. N. W. P:i M.57 wBaFaaaaBaBBBaaaBaBBBBaa 1 ". -i . RB LIXO AND 2T W WIRE FRAME3 X Special Reduction on Community Silver BUY NOW S. F. COOPER, 910 G N. W. in which vou deal with ruptured peo pie. It is a pleasure to recommend a good thing among your friends or strangers. I am, Yours very sincerely, JAMES A. BRITTON. SO Spring St, Bethlehem. Pa. Confederate Veteran Cured Commerce, G'a., R. P. D. No. 11, Mr, C IE. BrooKs, Dear Sir: I am glad to tell you that I am now sound and well and can plough or do any heavy work. I can say your Appliance has effected a per manent cure. Before getting your Ap pliance I was in a terrible condition and hod g'.vm up all hops of ever be ing any better, If it hadn't been for your ADPUanefl J would novr have been eured, I am iiiily-alght years eld Others Failed But the Appliance Cured Mr, C, E. Brooks, Marshall, Mich. Dear Sir: Your Appliance did all you claim for the little boy and more, for It cured him sound and well. Wo let him wear It for about a year in all, although It cured him 3 months after he had begun to wear It. We had trlod several other remedies and got no relief, and I shall certainly recommend it to friends, foi we surely owe It to you. Yours respectfully, WM, PATTJ3RBON. No. 71? . Main It., Akron, O. Remember 1 send my Appliance on trial to prove what I say Is true. You are to be the Judge. Fill out free coupon below and mall today. Child Cured in Four Months 31 Janse'n St. Dubuque, Iowa. Mr. C. E. Brooks, Marshall. Mich. Dear Sir: The baby's rupture is alto gether cured, thanks to your Appliance, and we aro so thankful to you. If we could only have known of It sooner, our little boy would not have had to suffer iar as much as he did. He wore ypur brace a little over four months. Yours very truly. ANDREW EGGENBERGER. Mattresses & Boxsprings Renovated and Remade Equal' to New 51 Up. Skilled Workmen Prompt Service CAPITAL BEDDING CO. 1241 7th. Ph. N. 526. KEEP YOUR EYE ON "THIS SPACE AND SAVE MONEY. S. It. Buckwheat and Pancake Flour 9c nk. Large Prunes, 2 lbs 25c All Soaps 4y2c cake Fancy Print Butter 33c lb. Rumford's BakinR Powder. .1 lb. can 25c L. F. LUSBY Cor. Sth and E. Cap Phone I-lnc. 1813. AMREIN, The Ice Cream Man. 1009 N. Y. Ave. Best Ice Cream in City. $1 PER GAL. 50c z GAL. GEO. AMREIN, Phone M. 2238 FURNITURE Of every variety for Christmas Presents at our usual price. Will be held on 9majl deposit. L r. Taykr Ca. 709 G StN.W", IJiaaWalaaiaBBBBMaMaiBNal M4 ataaaB -:i' BBBKjBVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVflSH aa KaVRBBaflHlBbaBHIt'-' -arjkaK iaa4BaHiatttfSE3BVMlUvlL.'A?7CTBaBBl ' aaaaaaaaaaaKgatii'ifiir r.wrr te-nMa Ca NX We style 503 11th St Tv'e re-block Velvet nd filuah Hats Into any style uslred. and make them also re-cover frame. Beavers, felts., velours and plash hats remodeled Into any style. We carry the largest selection of ladles' buckram, rice-not, lino and wire hat frames In the city. look like new. them on any V FREE Information Coupon Mr. C. E. BROOKS, 215 State Street, Marshall, Mich. . Please send me by mail in plain wrapper your illustrated book and full information about your Appliance for the cure of rupture. Name Address. R. F. D. .Ciu State.. McCatferty's Hat and Bonnet Frame Manufacturers All the latest Fall shapes now in. Felta, Velours. Boavers reblccked. E. A. MEREDITH, Mgr. 1211 G Street Phone M 47S8. COON'S STABLES ESTABLISHED 50 YBARS HORSES For Drivtaa; aad Ceaamereial Paraosea Thrifty Buyers would see your announcement if it appeared here BOARDING LITKXY D. L. COON (Incorporated), 9X1 O Street. Ph. 31. 2S3. COAL WHOLES ALE-RETAIL. Deliveries to Any Part of the City. R. J! & M. C. GRACE, Phones, J 233 apd" 234. 4th and F N. E. THANKSGIVING SPECIAL An ofTer we're reakintr Just before Thanks Xtving to have the Reupholsterlng done right now. Bigger variety of goods better work masa ! likable prices. Five-Piece i-arlor S cites Re-ipkelstered $8.00 Heavy Tapestry SIUc Cords and Gcs ta match. Slip Covers to order for 5-piece Pwlar Suite: ot pretty, heavy Belgian Damaau: nt and satisfaction guaranteed, t. 9 IK This week .- jaJ-Call. write or phono; man will bring samples. U. S. UPHOLSTERING CO. Opposite Casino Theater. 631 P St N. W. Phones Main filOO-TWi Thrifty Buyers would see your an le 'i. ........ J l.-.. I onsen i jcm,A a. if it appeared here. I . . pn. Mam msb-m. nouncement LADIES!! X us remind yoa ot year old- last wtntars Plush. Velvet. Velou. Beaver, and Felt Hats. We clean and reblocS them Into the best styles at moderate prices. THIS AMERICAN HAT CO., 736 12TH ST. PH. M. 3896-iI. Branch of AMERICAN- HAT CO.. 810 9th ak. & 3 TIMES WANT ADS BRING RESULTS t , i r ---'..;. - " V-