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T V Parcel Post Mail Orders Bring Our Store to Your Door. Store Hours: 8:15 A. M. to 5 P. M. Daily. THE WASHINGTON, TIMES; HfTNDAY; 'JULY25; 1915. ONE DEAD PROPHETS PLAN FO N MOTOR 1 E S John F. Yoeckel Killed Under Car on Rockville Pike Car Ditched on Conduit Road. One Washington man Is dead and six othor local residents are nursing Injuries today ns a result of two automobile accidents last night, In each of which tho machine over turned. John F. Yoeckel, a quartermaster at the Navy Yard, was almost In stantly killed when a machine which he was driving overturned on the road eight miles southwest of Rockville, last night. Mrs. Frederick A. Piper, who, with her husband and Miss Lulu A. McNally were passengers In the Mr, Is at Providence Hospital suffer ing from painful bruises. Mr. Piper and Miss McNally are under medical care at the Piper home, 13 Sixth street northeast. The second ncrldcnt occurred on Conduit road near Chain Bridge, when an automobile, owned and operated by George V. Hninsey. a patent at torney, who lives at 47')0 Thirteenth street noithwcst, ran Into a ditch while trying to pass another machine and was overturned. Mr. Ramsey suffered a broken right arm, Mrs. Ramsey received several1 bruises and her left knee was wrenched, and I-ewls Gellhn was se verely cut by llylnn glass. The ma chine was badly damaged. The three InJuiA.i persons were taken home by other motorists. Both accidents occurred between and 8:H0 o'clock. - The car in which Yoeckel wan killed Is owned by Miss McNally. ft teachrr at the James Ormond Wilson Normal School who lives with Mr. and Mrs. Plpei'. Until a rhoit time before the accident sihe was driving it, but had sui rendered the wheel to Yoorkel, whose home was ut 647 Hast Ciinlfol utreet. . , , State Attorney Spates, of Rockville. made an Invebtlgatlon, and said that he learned the machine was traveling at a rapid rate just before It overturned. A cow crossed the road In front of It, and It Is believed Yoeckel was trying to turn out for it. The rond Is sixty feet wide at the place where the machine went over When the machine overturned the two women and Mr. Piper were thrown out but Yoeckel was pinned under It. A pnsnlng mnchlne rushed to Galthers hurg. returning with Dr. Morris R. Maddox. Tho body of Yoeckel was taken to Galthersburg. and the Injured per sons were hurried to Washington. MY EVENTS LISTED OR TL T D Meetings and Entertainments to Be Held in Every Section of City by Various Societies. Today. Bermon. "The Modern Dance Is It Immor al?" rte. J. Milton Waldron, Shlloh Dr.p tlst Church. 8 p. in, Tomorrow. Me"tlnB, members of Holv Name Society of Washington. Virginia nml pnrt of M.irl.ind, St Anthony's Church, UrooMarnl. 8 v in. Coniert, U. S. Marlnu Hand, In barracks, 1.30 p. in. Concert, Fifth Cavalry Hand, Montrose t'ark. 7:30 p. m Mectlne. Central Citizens' Association, 49 Eye street northwest, 8 p. m. Concert, l S. Soldiers' Home Band, at home, 6:40 p m. Meeting, legion of Loyal Women, Raleigh Hotel. S p. m Masonic DawEon, No. 16. Odd Fellows Langdon. No. 26; 1'nlon, No. 11; Beacon, No. IB; Esther Rebekah, No 5. Knights of Pythias Decatur. No. 9; Calanthe, No. 11. National t'nion Scott Council. Federal Coun cil, Northeast Washington Council. Knights of Columbus Washington Council on board the steam W. r. Dals for noon light trip down the Potomac. Maccabees National Tent, No. 1; Anacostla Tent, No. 7. Tuesday. Masonic Fedeial, No, 1; Acacia. No. 18; Tn koraa, No. S3. Odd Fellow o-Golden Rule, No. 21: Amity, No. 27; Washington, No. 6, Fred D. Stuurt, No 7, encampment. Knights of Pthlas Webster, No. 7; Excel sior, No. 14, Capital, No. 21; Myrtle, No. 25. Maccabees Mount Vernon -Tent, No. 4; Brlghtwood Tent, No. 3. Wednesday. Mnsonlc Harmonx, No. 17' Grotto, outing at ChcsapeaKo Bench Odd Fellows Eastern, No 7, Hnrmon, No. 9: Federal City, No 20, Friendship, No. 12; Columbia. No 1, encampment. Knights of Pythias Mt Vernon, No 5; Hermolne, No. 12, L'nlon, No 22, Columbia, No. 26; Friendship Temple, No. 9, I'jihlan Bisters. Modern Woodmen of America Georgetown Camp, No. 12560. Thursday. Maccabees District Tent, No. 8. Modern Woodmen of America A, R. Talbot Camp, No. 11012. Friday. Knights of Pjthlas Syracuslans. No. 10, Rathbone Temple. No. 8 Odd Fellnws Columbia, No 10; Salem, No. 22. Covenant, No. 1.1. Modern Woodmen of America Washington Camp No 11461; Central Camp, No. 1601J; Llnculn Camp, 124rhi. Saturday. Odd Fellows Patrlnichs Militant drill. Evening Services in tbe Cbuvcbes HamHne M. E. Church, Ninth und P streets northwest, the Rev. Lucius 0. Clark, "A Study of the Wesley Hymns," 8 p. in. Church of the Epiphany, G street, near Thirteenth, the Rev. Ran dolph H. McKim, "Until Seventy Times Seven," 8 p. in. Tenth, Eleventh and C atrccw southeast, Evangelist Harter, "Who Changed the Sabbath?" 7:30, p.m. First Church of Christ, Scientist. Columbia road and Euclid street, "Truth," 8 p. m. Centennial Baptist Church, Seventh and I streets northeast, the Rev. E. Hez Swem, "Should Washington Preachers Dance?" 8:15 p. m. Covenant Tent, Lamont street, near Sixteenth, the Rev. Howard Han neford, "Nature Lessons in the. Bible The Fig Trees of Vales tine," 8 p. m. , Vermont Avenue Christian Church, Vermont avenue, north of N street, the Rev. Earle Wilfloy, illustrated sermon on "Bible Lands 'in the Great War," 8 p. m. Foundry M. E. Church, . Sixteenth and Church streets, tho Rev. W. R. Wedderspoon. Special Musical service, 8 p. m. Shiloh Baptist Church, L r.trcct, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets, the Rev. Dr. J. Milton Waldron, "Modern Dances," 8 p. m. Mt. Pleasant M. E. Church, South, 1413 Park place, the Rev. Forrest J. Prettyman, illustrated sermon, "The Trjal and Crucifixion of Jesus," 8 p. m. JH street Christian Church, southwest, the Rev. Henry F. Lutz, Open air service on church lawn, at 7 o'clock p. m. Fifth Baptist Church, E anrj Six-and-a-half streets southwest, the Rev. John E. BrigEC3, Second illustrated scrmon-'addrcB.i, "Through the Holy Land With the Master," 8 p. m. Fourth Presbyterian Qhurdh lawn, Community Tent service, Thir teenth and Fairmont streets, the Rev. William H. Wilson, of Iowa, "Taking What He Gives," 7:30 p. m. Grace Baptist Church, Ninth and D streets southeast, the Rev. F. W. Johnson, "The Advent Message," 7:45 p. m. ' Waugh M. E. Church, Third and A streets' northeast, the Rev. P. M. McCoy, "Spiritual Manhood," 7 p. m. Dumbarton Avenue M. E. Church, the Rev. D. H. Martin, D. D., "New Songs," 8 p. m. ,i Union M. E. Church, Twentieth street, south of Pennsylvania avenue, the Rev. John MacMurray, "The Third Form of God," 8 p. m. St. Paul M. E. Church, Second and S streets northwest, the Rev. D. L. Blakemore, "Conversion of St. Paul," 8 p. m. Mt. Vernon Place M. E. Church, South, Ninth and K streets north west, the Rev. Edward K. Hardin, "The Ten Commandments and Present Day Life," 3 p. m. Western Presbyterian Church, H street, near Nineteenth, the Rev. J. Harvey Dunham, "A Day in Nazareth," 8 p. m. Immanuel Baptist Church, Sixteenth street and Columbia road, the Rev. Gove Griffith Johnson, pastor. Sermon by the Rev. George T. Webb, D. D., of Philadelphia, "God's Great Joy." Calvary Baptist Church, Eighth and H streets northwest, the Rev. Samuel H. Greene, D. D., pastor. Sermon by the Rev. A. F. An derson, "Your East Window," 8 p. m. Maryland Avenue Baptist Church, Fourteenth and Maryland avenue northeast, the Rev. Harry J. Goodwin, "Stephen," 7:45 ip. m. OUTING WEDNESDAY Many "Stunts" Will, Be Sprung 'on Pleasure-Seekers at Chesapeake Beach. A new series of Grotto "stunts" has been arrarfed for the annual outing or KnlllDOlis droMo. M. O. V. P. E. R.. at Chesapeake Beach,, Wednesday, out most of them are being kept secret by the officers. and,wU be sprung as sur prises on the pleasure seekers. A long list of prices has been ar rnngail tor the' athletic events, many or which are for women and children. An other popular feature will be the parado or tho Grotto Hand and the Prophets along the boardwalk. Motion pictures aro tp be taken of the parade and will be show'n In Washington. The general chairman of the excursion la George H. Emmons, Jr., chief justice or the Grotto. At the meeting of the Grotto In the Chamber of Commerce last Wednesday evening a gold engraved card was pre sented to Judge George Fleming Moore, sovereign grand commander, A. A, S. R., Houthern jurisdiction, who by spe cial dispensation granted Monarch K, W. Llbbcy by the grand monarch, wna made a Prophet at sight. The presenta tion speech was made by Prophet Mil ton Hopfenrnaler, Judge Moore respond ing In an eloquent address. After the business of the evening was disposed of solos were given by Prophets Kirk O. Miller. Edward i. Hutchinson and John Wllkerson, with Prophet Jacque Heldenhelmer as ac companist. Prophet P. V. Keating told several stories in Irish dialect, and short addresses were made by Past Monarcha Edward 8. Schmld and P. R. Pullman. Leaders Then Established 1860 Leaders Now. re Robert Bacon Aboard Liner for America LONDON. Julv 25. Among the satoon passengers aboard the American liner St Louis, bound for New York, Is Robert Uacon. former ambassador to France. Another voyager Is Elsie Janls, who Is returning to New York. Judge Coyne, a New York lawyer who lives prlncl nallv on this side, also is aboard. George Hlanekernee F. Bylng. Col. John Cas well. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Ely. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eustace, James E. Elm rlc Mrs. Julie Lc- Gal lien, Mr. and Mrs. M C. Relchert. Mr. and Mrs. A. Stew art, and Mrs. Van Slcklen aro other nH.nirftra I " -7 PRst u wwu u. 1 1 h. bouos ,r JggJ Polished Plate Glass Tops For Furniture, Desks, Window Sills, Tables, Etc. -.' -"sV - ,f;'v r ,-; ?tv w '"-. -r' .. -? ' JlV :?" . . ' ' I . 5 jf ij7i ..rQC t J',1l' II SH IS. M TI T t TIT H ! ' vflB A fe. .&, & rlr $300 Huntington Upright Piano Good Condition $150 Terms Arranged Free Stool and Scarf G St. at Thirteenth I ' ,: i. a 111 IV W Jl ' Vj The beauty of a plate glass covering for fine furniture is recognized everywhere. A desk top or table top of glass offers a clean, sanitary polished surface, presents an elegant appearance, and protects, preserves, and beautifies the rich grained wood, which might otherwise become damaged, scratched, or dirty in constant use. For covering fine fancy work on the dressing-table or buffet, for the library, dining-room, or bedroom furniture, the plate glass top is as useful as it is beautiful. . For protecting the top of office desk or table and as a covering for maps or memoranda, plate glass has come into gen eral use. All sizes and any pattern or shape furnished promptly at most reasonable prices. Our representative will call and give you estimates with out further obligation on your part. I HUGH RE1LLY CO.. 1334 New Ynrlt Ave. N. W. IfrWnTTTsPHnfM M STOCK SEDUCING SALE Now for the Last Week of This Great July Sale, and Then Inventory This Semi-Annual Clearance has saved thousands of dollars for the shopping public of Washington the last week must be even greater than the first. Stocks must be reduced to the "lowest ebb." Therefore "New Lots at New Prices" are here in volume for your shopping expedition tomorrow. Monday Specials For Monday Only No Mall. Phone, or C. O. I). Orders Killed. MONDAY SPECIAL. China Silk Waists. $1&$1.25 ZQr values U7V China llk Waists, In the blazer stripes of navy and white, black and white; all sizes. Main Floor. 9c MONDAY SPECIAL Women's Vests. I2V2C values. . Low neck sleeveless, taped neck and ar,ms: round or V-neck; sizes 5 and 6. Main Kloor. MONDAY SPECIAL Men's $1.25 Percale Pajamas .... Neat .stripe effects; all sizes; cut V-neck style and trimmed with frogs. Main Floor. 79c MONDAY SPECIAL. Women's $1.00 16-Button rr. Gloves 33v Consisting of ends of lines In white, with colored embroidered backs and em broidered arms; also a few colored silk gloves. Main Kloor. 39c MONDAY SPECIAL. Children's Parasols. Regular 69c values. Covered with fine quality sateen or solsette, in plain or fancy effects; natural handles; on 14, 16, or 18 Inch paragon frames. Main Kloor. MONDAY SPECIAL. Handkerchiefs. Six for Men's fine cambric hem stitched Handkerchiefs; line, soft flnltth; full size. Main Floor. 25c MONDAY SPECIAL. Correspondence Cards, 19c 1 f)r value. Box... IW Gilt-edge llnen-flnlsh cor respondence cards; IS cards and 18 envelopes. Main Floor. MONDAY SPECIAL. Stamped Kimono Gowns. 98c CQ values Dy Kull size, stamped ki mono gowns; fine quality nainsook; stamped for Kronen and eyelet em broidery. 8th St. Annex Art Dcpt. MONDAY SPECIAL Stamped Center pieces. Val ues to 39c lS-tnch all-linen stamp ed centerpieces; new French eyelet and braid ing designs. 8th St Annex Art Dent. 19c MONDAY SPECIAL. Handkerchiefs. 18c values. IV 6 for 50q IVl Ladles' fine quullty all llncn hemstitched hand kerchiefs, with emb'd Initial In floral design. Main Floor. MONDAY SPECIAL. Armour's Soap. 15c value, A for "t Armour's Lilac and Lily of the Valley toilet soap; 3 cakes In a box for 9c. Main Kloor. MONDAY SPECIAL. Mermen's Talcum Powder. Regular 15c iize. 1 ir A box Ut Muin Floor. MONDAY SPECIAL. Leather OO Handbags Vl Regular 9c all-leather handbags; well made and nicely lined; new shapes. Main Kloor. MONDAY SPECIAL. Pearl Bead Oft Necklace OVt Regular $1.50 value. Filled nearl bead neck lace, with solid gold clasp; flno luster, In sev eral tints. Moln Floor. StocloReducing Sale of IMPORTED AND POMESTIC Colored Wash Goods 5,000 Yards Divided Into 3 Big Lots 19c and 25c Values, 25c to 35c Values, 35c to 50c Values, 125c yd. 1 15c yd. j 25c yd. Another wonderful opportunity for the Washington public to purchase the finest quality wash materials in many instances at less than half price. The lots include fine sheer printed voiles, 38 inches wide, in white and tinted grounds stripes, dots, scroll and floral designs in every wanted color and combination. Never before has such beautiful quality merchandise ever been offered at the prices quoted. Every Yard Is Fresh, Crisp, Clean and Absolutely Perfect. On sale 8th St. Annex Wash Goods Dept. Stock-reducing Sale of Silks An Opportunity That No Woman Can Afford to Miss All One Dollar Silks Included in this extraordinary offering are: 36-inch Plain Colored Mescalines. 36-inch Striped Mescalines. 36-inch Striped Taffetas. 36-inch Striped Tub Silks. 36-inch Black Messaline. 36-inch White and Black Habutai. These are positively all pure allk. Absolutely perfect In tteave and finish. 36-inch Chiffon Taffeta. Our Regular $1.50 Qual ity 68c A Yard $1.19 Plenty or Navy Blue and Black. These are positively all pure silk, very soft and beautifully llnished. The color assortment includes every wanted shade for street, afternoon, and evening wear. Lansburgh & Bro. Silk Dept. 8th Black Crepe de Chine (fi "A $2.00 Quality. A Yard 4 1. 3 V Full 40 inches wide and all pure silk; perfect black, and beautifully finished. SHOWBItPROOF SILKS 36 inches wide: showerproof, perspiration proof, and fast black. Priced from 59c to $1.50 a yard. St. Annex. Stock-Reducing Sale of 500 Panama Hats for Women At 79c Values to $3.00 Mannish styles and all the newest models. Genuine Adambo and Formosa Panamas. All absolutely perfect; fine, smooth finish. You'll need one or more of these for your vacation. Get here early and avoid disappoint ment. There is a model to suit every taste. The values are up to $3.00. Choice at 79c. Second Floor Millinery Dept. Change of Buyership Sale in Our Rug and Upholstery Section Hundreds of knowing women have already taken advantage of the economy prices which we have marked on our entire stock, but the as sortments are still complete, and whether it is for present or future needs you will act wisely if you profit by the savings which are possible in this tremendous stock adjusting sale. .$4.75 $5.79 Deltox Rugs The best Brass rug on the market. All are absolutely perfect. Plain, woven, and stenciled, In a large as sortment. $7.00 9x12 ft. Plain or Woven Borders $8.00 9x12 ft. Sten ciled Styles, at Small sizes at proportionate prices. 18x36 in. to 54x90 In., regular prices, 28c to $2.10. Sale Prices, 21c to $1.48. Deltox by the Yard 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, and 3C inch. Regular prices, 26c to 59c yard. Sale Prices, 18c to 33c Yd. Hvery ticket shows original and re duced prices. Matting Rugs Fine riuallty. New patterns. Beauti ful color combinations. 9.1.00 OxU'-ft. Slcr, Now S1..1S. Wool Rugs Summer and winter rugs at nearly half price. Supply your needs from the following extraordinary values. $60.00 9x12 ft. Wiltons.. $32.45 $50.00 9x12 ft. Wiltons.. $27.45 $27.50 9x12 ft. Axminsters, $17.95 ;$25 9x12 ft. Axminsters, $14.05 $15.00 9x12 ft. Brussels.. $9.95 $6.50 Axminstcr Rugs $4.25 Axminster Hall Runners $5.00 9 ft. long. Now $3.45 $6.50 12 ft. long. Now. . . .$4.55 $8.00 1 5 ft. long. Now .... $5.55 Wool Fiber Rugs $5.85 9x12 ft. size. Now. .$4.15 $5 8 ft. 3x10 ft. 6 size. Now $3.79 6 ft.x9 ft. size. Now $2.49 Lace Curtains Nottingham Curtains, large assort ment. In white, cream, and arabian. Regular prices, 98c to $5 pair. Sale I'rlifK, 70c to $11.10 pair. Irish Point Curtains $2.00 values. Now a pair. .$1.45 $5.00 values. Now a pair. .$3.45 $7.00 values. Now a pair. .$4.95 $1.50 Cluny Curtains, a pair, $1.10 $1.39 Marie Antoinette Cur tains, a pair 95c Samnle strips of lace curtains. All kinds are represented. Priced at 15c, 25c, 50c, 75c and $1 each. Sunfast Curtains, $3.45 values, now $2.79 250 pairs In 7 beautiful colors. 90 pairs coioreu .-viajraa Curtains. 98 values now. $1.25 -"