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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER .22, . 1914 - - i4v . . , . -s irx" " - . - . 4 4 DRAMALEAGUEHEAD Gilbert Grosvenor and Mrs. Gil son Gardner Are Chosen Vice Presidents. , - i-:-,."7 t- oa hwenu new DRAMA LEAGUE HEAD mm i 1 I IT '"" V""" '"""""" T - V ; Dr Georpe K. Bowerman was elected president of the Washington Center of the Drama League at" its annual mect (r. Jasi night, at the Public Library. Oilben Grosvenor and Mrs. Gilson Gardner were choeen first and second vie president respectively. Other new officers are Miss Dorothy Hellman, secretary; J. LeTvis Money way, treasurer; Miss Ethel M. Sm!th. chairman playgolng committer; Miss Mary Sibley Evans, chairman drama fctudy depaitment; Miss P. Zeta You nanfl, chairman senior amateur depart ment, and Mrs. Raymond B. Morgan, chairman of the lecture and press com mittee. J. P. S. Xeligh was re-elected chairman of the junior amateur depart ment. At. present the orgonjzation has a membership of 400, while affiliated clubs, and junior chapters bring the number to fully 1,000. The special sub ject for s 'dy this vear will be dra natlc tech ..que. The league will con tinue to issue bulletins to its members railing attention to whatever superior plays' are presented. In the city: conduct Ji drama study club at the Public Li brary; arrange play hours for chil dren at the House of Play, where Horf:s will be dramatized by the chil dren; and arrange for lectures -at" Tre- gucnt intervals. . ANACOSTIA. Maurice LighteLr a one-time resident of this suburb, who moved away twen-tv-seven vears at?o. rturrfrt tMa mnMi. rv lug for the first time Tfrom Ida Dresent home in Brooklyn, K. T., to be tho guest of W. A. Williamson In U street. Mr. '.Lightel wag, connected with the Government Hospital for the Insane l'or a number of years before hewent away. "The True Democrat" wilf bVihe title of the special sermon to be deliverjsd.to night by 'the Rev. William " Ro'ouie, jr., rector of Emmahnol'V'-Eplscopal Church, In that edifice. f ., S, ',. : R.F. Bradbpry obtained a permit to make improvements td h!s property in Railroad avenue near Pennsylvania avenue. Twining City. Gottlieb Winkler will erect a ohe-story brick, 'addition Ho hia property In Sixteenth " street' it'll' street Warren Tolson has begun.-the work of erecting aVmoSern framedWell ing in High street between Yalley.'iplaca and Maple View avenue. "' Samuel Carter, -Third and M streets southwest, was arrested My Policeman C. R. Brown of thev eleventh precinct cnarged with cruelty to. animals. Spe cial Humane Officer Hilleary made the complaint to the police which, caused th arrest. -- Thef Washington- .Gas- XJght .Company .is laying a large eight-Inch gas main from Thirteenth aridoV streets south to W street, thefnee west in W. street to Nichols avenue, and south in Nichols avenue to Sheridan -road. No. 15 Fire Engine Company, of this suburb, was called out yesterday to extinguish a blaze in the woods near Sixteenth and W streets, evidently caused by boys playing with matches anfl building small fires In the woods. The firemen were able to extinguish the blaze before it had done any great damage. George Bury, president of the Young Menta Social Club,' has: completed the drafting of the rules under which the club la to operate. Thev are displayed" in the club rooms at 2103 Nichols avenue. About E:tt last night, Mary Washing ton, colored, ftftyfouryearf ape. v.-a-j thrown from 4 wgdn in which, she was driving at GoodHdp road and Miir teenth street. It Is said a passing auto mobile frightened the horse. Electa Chapter. No. 2. Order of the Eastern Stnr, will hold its annual dona tion day for th lnetft-o-the- Masonic and Eastern Star Home at its meeting Tuesday evening. -- About 200 German v. omen of the" Dis trict have organized ia ladles' aid so ciety of the German-American Relief Fund, and are actively engaged In plans for raising funds for war relief In Germany. Mrs. Pauline, Walthers. one of the most active members. Kaid vesterday that it was the desire to In terest every German woman in the District. She also jisi. however, that ihe membership of the society would not be restricted '.to German women dlone bi' Unit any one Interested In the movement was welcome to join. The firs affair to he clven bv the society will be next Sunday evenine at s o'clock in Saengerbund Hall. 314 C street northwest, when E. C. Getsinger. scientist and traveler, will jsve a cr ure on the Hindoos aid Mohammedans n the pretent war The lecture will be In English, .and will be illustrated. ROCKVILLE. The funeral of Aaron R. Hewitt, who died In a Washington hospital as a esult of iniurics received on October 2. took place this morning from St Mary's Church, with the Rev. John T Coolahan officiating. Burial was In ockville The bearers were members r the Rockvjlle camp of Modem Voodmen of America, and Included " C. H Mannar. Dr. Barrett P Wil- n, Harrv G. Howes, Edward Gandy. eath Butt, and Guy Hicks. The Rev. Ocar W Henderson, of ho B'ptist Church, officiated at the oarriaga of Miss Murcle Virgin'a Her ell .and Irwin eyton Robertson, both of WasMngton. The Rev. Oscar C. Barnes, of the "hristlan Church, officiated at the mar- ' atre of Edward Carroll Garlind. of altimo-e. and Miss Laura Virginia "clano, of Warsaw, Va. Jacob L Gue, of Damascus, will bs laeed on trial in the ercult court here omorrow on an indictment charging i'm w th the murder of Horace Young e will be defended bv Attornev Ale nder K Igour. and the prosecution will conducted by State Attornev W. O. "jates. Th Rev. W. Edward Callendf-r. of 'rist Episcopal Church, at Konslng- m, ha-j been chosen chaplain of the Jrotherhood of St. Andrew, of the A'ash ngton diocese "i ' Invitations to a Thanksgiving ball ' ave been issued by several voung ien of Rockville. It v'll be held in the pera house next Wednesday night. The ommlttee in charge is composed of erry E. Clark. Thomas L Dawson, alentlne Wilson and Robert L. War eld The patronesses will be Mrs. :dward C Peters Mrs. Howard Lar ombe. Mrs. William Dorsey and Miss lamle Hogg. Grafton Brown, colored, convicted of --saultinc his brother, was sentenced crterdav bv Judge Peter to two years id tix months in the House of ej ection. William Johnson, colored (iivIctHil of larceny, was sentenced to ix months, and Lloyd West, colored, yr larceny, was given two years. WU iiDi Schmick. larceny of Jewelry from It.-. Joseph Selby, was sentenced to wo years and .six months. Jn the Mary and penitentiary. " GV DR. GEORGE F. BOWERMAN, Who today assumes the presidency of the Washington Center of the Drama League. E Carroll-- D. Woolf, of Fairfax County, Claims Self-Defense . and Is Released. ALEXANDRIA, Va.. Nov. 22. Carroll D. Woolf, dairyman, who resides In Fairfax county near the Hunting Creek hridge. shot and seriously wounded Herman Hyter, colored, at 8 o'clock this morning. The shobting occurred in Hunting Creek road, R. D. Woolf. father of ; Carroll Woolf. who was fol lowing his son's wagon.-in a buggy, brought the wounded man to the Alex andria Hospital, where he was treated by Dr. Hugh McGuire. He was shot in the left eTfle just below the heart aid hjs condition Is-' regarded as seri ous .-'' ' The shootifig was done is self defense Laccording"to Mr. Woolf's statement. The man, Avho has-been working on the farmr was ordered from .the. -Prem Jses th's morning because, says' Mr. Woolf. he was intoxicated. He made threats against Mr. Woolf,- It Is de clared, and when the latter left In his milk wagon for Alexandria, the colored man-accomiianied by Ollie Grayson, lay in wait for him and commenced pelting tho wagon with rocks. Woolf claims' he was struck by a rock and as a last resort fired hls.revolver, hitting Hyter in the side. Grayson was later arrest ed and lsNheUT at the police station in this city. Woolf reported the facts to Justice Kirby, of Fairfax county, and was re leased on his own recognizance. Alexandria Lodge of Elks will meet tomorrow night to jnake arrangements for the memorial services to be held December C. M. J. Reedy-, of Fairfax county, was injuied shortly after midnight when h f- buggy "was struck by a Southern railway light engine at the Telegraph road crossing, just beyond the union station. The horse was killed and the veh'cle demolished. Mr. Ready was brousht to the Alexandria Hospital. Pie is wounded about the head and face, but his Injuries are not regarded as serious. Worth Hulflsh. chairman of the board of trustees of the Alexandria Hospital, has issued a call for the annual meet ing which will be held next Friday night at 8 o'clock in the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce. Officers will be qlecte 1 and a full report of all com mittees, including the building com mlttee which has in charge the erec tion of tho new hospital building, will be made. Funeral services for Lemuel H. Go n?s were held this afternoon from his residence near the Theolog cal Semi nar, and were conducted bv the Rev. Samuel A. Wallib. The Rev. Elder Kuehn, visitor of the Baltimore dlfctiict. made an official viflt this morning to Immanuel Lutheran Church HYATTSVILLE. Jackson 11. Ralston tormer State ' .. i Charles A. Wells, and Harrv W. Shepherd, are members of a com- itti r ir m Prltiee fli.nrirf. miinti' in j act with the Maryland state committee on Belgian relier. The Oriole Club of Bladensburg will hold a dance in the Bladenburg town hall Thanksgiving. At the entertainment for the war stricken Belgians in the Masonic Hall. Tuesday evening. Dr. Harvey W. Wi ley, of Washington, will speak. The Edgewood Dramatic Club, of Hyatts ville. will present a one-act farce. There will also be several literary and mus.cal numLers on the program. A petition has been presented to the mayor and council of Mt Rainier, re el uestintr them to assiht Brentwood in .he fight before the Interstate Com ir.eice Commission to comjcI the Balti moie and Ohio lailroud to erect gates at the Brentwood crossing, where the three children of Mrs. Clemwnt T. Robertson were killed Dr Harry Nalley. of Ml. Rainier, has announced his candidacy for the Demo cratic nomination for county treasurer at the primaries next spring. i Mrs. M. Wlernik, of Philadelphia, is Siting htr daughter, Mrs. S. William Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Lloyd have closed their summer home on the Hunn.i Vista farm, near L-inham, and moved to i Washington. ' I I'n'on Thanksgiving .services will be held in the First Baptist Church next Thursday morning at 10:?0 o'clock. The Rev M. F. Lowe, pastor of tho Mem or'al Methodist Episcopal Church, will preach the sermon. i Autnptcefmirrtni edjrhji cured cuts of foiling Stctneu. orEpikpiy. rVompt rtlitl oiurtnicttf. I PAY EXWESSACE en FREE TRUl BOTTLE, II you tut outW-ftETUfta advertisement. Swtrntuiements w .ot - mum nungrvus III MMfMoIifc on (l!e Svc ACE nd FULL rVnTICULMS. lilt. K. JIARVEV HOOK, Dtpt. IZMi, Station ., .ew York. i ""4SicjrT--"'ei'orr-e IG I T 1 ms """""""""iMMi" 1 We Carry a Full Line of Jewelry That Will Be Suitable for His or Her Christmas Present Going out T hanksgiving Day? Better take a kodak with you. All the neces sities can be had at our store. M. BLUMENPELD 3010 14th St. N.W. Col. 775 We Carry a Select Line of Everything for the Thanksgiving Dinner Figs, Nuts, Celery, Butter, Eggs, Cheese All Kinds of Vegetables and Fruits - We Make a Specialty of Home Dressed Turkeys, 25c lb. Special Attention to Phone Orders. G. T. QiMnaTS Co. Arcade Market Columbia 98 ARCADE MARKET 14th and Park Road Wnite-C ean-Sanitary Many dealers under one roof mean competition; competition means quality and fair prices. TRY IT Gasoline, Oils, Tires, Vulcanizing FREE AIR Robert L Sonne Manager Bicycle Repairing Open Evenings and Sunday Columbia Auto Supply Co. 3037 14th and 1374 Irving Streets northwest. Col. 3999 The Mt. Pleasant Merchant Has no high rentals or ex cessive operating expenses to meet. He can Save You Money On your purchases. Note the many bargains listed on this page by Mt Pleasant's progressive merchants. SPECIAL Keen Kutter Carving $1.75 to $5 Set Wizard Triangle Mop 49c Lloyd R. Collif lower Hardware, Housefurnishings, Paints. 2916 14th St. N. W. 'hone Col. i 1 30. ? I Cooked Fresh Every Day On Our Premises By Experienced Chef .. ; Scrapple, 25C 10c 10c 30c 15c 38c 3 Lbs Hot Hominy, Lb Mush, Cooked Corned Beef, Lb Potatoe Salad, Lb Cooked Ham, Lb Cooked Tongue, t() GEaCALTfMUS P020 141k St. N.1V. 2440 18th St. N.W. 5505 Hth St. N. W. Dyeing Cleaning and Repairing Our work stands out and speaks for itself. Ask the person who has tried us. M. KREPS 1792 Columbia Road Columbia 1057-W Geo. Wallace Jones The Electric Shop Electrical Appliance Expert, Electrical Bell, Gas Lighting, and -Motor Repairing. 1414 Park Road Phone CoL 2620 Moderate Prices. Immediate Delivery. SCHAMEL Vegetables, Fresh Killed Poultry, Fruits, New Laid Eggs, Select Canned Goods 25-35 Arcade Market Phone Columbia 5315 If that Turkey comes from our stalls you can be sure of the finest, freshest, ten derest bird obtainable. Ask your neighbors about the quality of Schamel's Poultry' and Game. "' Table Delicacies Here is always to be found an abundance of good things enough to tempt the palate of an epicure. Our line, which is complete, embraces staple and fancy groceries, table delicacies, etc., of the highest quality at prices most reasonable. Carefully selected meats, fish, poultry, game, etc., you will always find at our modern market.- Free Deliveries To Any Part of the City Charles CGolvin&Ga, 2740 14th St N. W. NOVELTIES , . for : . THANKSGIVING and CHRISTMAS favors Stationery Magazines Cigars Tobacco EDWARD J. ERVIN 2908 14th Street N. W. THE MAN WHO SPENDS EVERY CENT Of his money is like unto a horse working in a treadmill. He works hard, all right, but he never gets any where. We ask that you start a Savings Account with us today and watch it grow along with this bank. $1.00 is the starter. UNITED STATES SAVINGS BANK 14th and You Streets N. W. Look to Your Plumbing Leaky fixtures mean big bills later on. Have yours put in perfect condition be fore winter's freezing has seriously damaged them. We specialize on the in stallation and repair of heating fixture. Expert tinning. Phone North 6663 J. C. Flood & Co. 2104 14th St. N. W. HarrellsShoeStore 3130 14th St. N. W. Exclusiveness in our Styles. Quality in our goods. Moderation in our prices. We carry a line of Shoes and Hosiery , for Men, Women, and Children in qual'ty and style that is worth your time to stop in and look them over. Evening and Day Wear Formerly at 1816 and 30 121 4th Street. Phone Col. 3926 cm That Will Burn in Mt. Pleasant Homes Home Ice Co. 12 and V Sts. N. W. Phone North 4336-7 THOUSANDS Of Varieties in Wall Paper Await Your Selection Let Us Give You An Estimate of the Cost of Papering Your Home Painting and Decorating ciarencTparsley 1405 Park Road N. W. Mijliriery De Luxe That little headline aptly de scribes the chic Parisian crea tions for which the Shop of Botts has long been famous. And yet with all this air of exclusiveness there's a smallness of price that's acceptable to the purse of every woman. This week's offering consist of a number of charming trimmed hats of velevf at $5.00 BOTTS' 2021 14th St N.W. Holiday Opening LUDERS' 14th and Grrard Sts. Special Prices darinr Opening Imported and Domestic Cigars, Sta tionery; Fine Candies; Post Cards, and Novelties. COUPON 21c and this coupon Trill entitle you to on 36c bor of Fine Sta tionery. COUPON This coupon and lie will en title you to a 19c box of Flnev Stationery. N Visit Our Pelkatessan Dept. F. LUDERS 2800 14th St N.W. Col 837 DINE J '. WITH US 7 Thanksgiving Save time, trouble, and ex pense of preparing your own dinner. . Complete Dinner Including Turkey and trimmings. . . . 75c From 1 to 7:30 P. M. Brighton Cafe 14th and U Sts. N. W. THE MUSIC SHOP "EVERYTHING IN PRINTED MUSIC" 3106 14th Street Phone CoL 393 5 Popular Music 10c Also Complete Century Edition of Standard Numbers, Classical Music and Music Books Call and Hear Demonstrations Evenings H. ML ZILE Show Cards House Painting 1411 Irving St. N.W. Phone Col. 5536 SIGNS Let Us Compound Your Prescriptions R Ytu'N he certain of latins "just whit the doctor onferetr Pure Drugs Toilet Articles Soaps Patent Medicines' and ererythiitg that goes into the make-np of a complete and modern drag store. ARGYLL: PHARMACY 17th and Park Read N. W. For Sale or Rent High-class residence and busi- pess property in this section. ' 0 My Specialty Mt Pleasant and Washington Heights residences, and 4th street business properties, ' Personal Attention Given the (management of rented property. Thomas E. Petty (16 Years Experience) 7 Real Estate, Rents, Insurance ftt. E. Cor. 14th and U Sti. Jf.W. Phone4 North 4158 The Place to. Buy Your Nuts, Figs, Raisaas, Dates, Plum Podding For the Thanksgivaig Dinner. Onr Specialty, Morning Star Coffee, 30c lb. Watson & tlollister Incorporated Teas, Coffees and Delicacies "The Arcade Coffee Honse," 14th Street, Near Park Road, Phone, Col. 7TL "Center Market," 9th St. Vilas. Phone, Main 3S4S. 5 and 10 Cent Store WILLIAM J. BOWMAN CO., 3004 1 4th St. N. W. WASIIIXGTON, U. C. W. J. BOWMAN, 3IanaSer. TRADE IN MT. PLEASANT BETTER BARGAINS AWAIT YOU I jL.