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THT3 .WASHINGTON TBIES. THUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 25,' ,1915.
MINISTER BATTLES SUFFRAGISTS "FLYING BEAUTY SQUAD9' MAKES A TRIAL MAJRCH Announcement E i ii i'i n Burglars, Revolvers in .Hands, Leap From Closet When Woman Opens It. i tfinv TOTlIv, Nov. X The Rev. Jud iion Swift, general secretary! of the American Tract Society, returning from Manhattan with his wife, put up r hard flcht. despite hla enrs, last night, when Mrs. Snift opened a closet door In her bedroom and wn attacked by two burg lars who had hidden there. In tho end, the two men escaped, pur sued by a crowd of 200 to 800 nr lzhbora. Afterward It naa found that most of tho silverware and valuables In the Swift home, 295 Highland boulevard East New York, had been bundled up by the thieves, ready to be carried away Entering tho houso laat night tho cou ple noticed no "lens of disorder, and Mra. Bmlth opened the closet door to hanit up her wraps Two men leaped ft her. one with a revol,'ir. threat-nlnir hoi with death If ..lie act mien Nev ertheless, sho called for help and her husband .ran to her aslstinc Doth were handled rouRhly and tried to (tct out of the; room and lock tho burglar In They werrt unsuccessful, and tho thieves fled bv way of the kitchen door, through which thev hud entered. They left their weapons be hind. The Rov. Judson Swift Is the brother or Oscar w. hwlft. representative in Congress from the Hast New York dis trict, and a brother-in-law of Mra Preil- erlck Joel Swift, a siirlor of the Ti tanic disaster, who recently had an en counter with burglars In her home. One of the men surprised last night, according to the minister, looked like a suspect held by the police when his home was robbed a year ago Hershey Loses In Suit Over Statue "Chocolate King" to Pay $20,000 for Fountain He Will Give Away. HAniUSBIJRG, Nov. M M. S Her shey. tho millionaire chocolate manufac turer, was ordered by a Jury In the Dauphin county court to pay something more than 130,000 to Giuseppe Uonato for tho sculptured fountain, "Dance of Eternal Spring," which Hershey ordered for tho lawn surrounding his mansion at Hershey, Fa , but which he refused to accept on the ground that tha sculptor's bill was excessive, Herahev has conceited such an an tipathy to the work of art that he an nounced, after the verdict was reached, that he would turn tho fountain over to the city of llarrlsburg. He said he wouldn't have It within miles of his home, because he would be roused to rave every time the beautiful undraped figures Impinged upon his vision. After an hour's deliberation, the Jury returned a verdict In favor of Donato for n,Stl S8. with Interest from Septem ber 1, 1912. a total of J2S.800 U Counsel for bofh sides gqt together and compromised on nearly (he amount of the bill. No statement was mado except that "it was more than $30,000" Donato already has received nearly 13 000 on account. Then Hershey remarked that he doesn't want the statue Some one sug gested that he give It to Harrlsburg So the whole pitv waited on Mayor John K. Royal. Mayor noyal thanked Her shey and promised to lay the offer be fore councils, adding that he has no doubt of acceptance of the gift for one of the cltv's parks Then Donato, declaring that art had been vindicated In Its contvst with com mercialism, offered to put all finishing touchea to the statue free of charge as soon as It Is Erected Tierc The cause of the Hershey-Donato controversy Is boxed In the Hershey freight station. 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The two envoys will be met on the outskirts of Washington and escorted to tho White House by the Flying Beauty Squad," which has made the walk to determine the time it will take. They found it a long hour and a half's job. Reading from left to right, they are MISS MOL LY WADE, MRS. FLORENCE MORROW, MISS MARGARET GORDON, and MISS BLANCHE WATERS. 10,000 TARS INN. I With Army and Navy Game Near, Ten Battleships Are in the Hudson. Here's No. 1 On Revised List of Mean Thieves Assailant of Lieutenant Catts, Un der Guard at Hospital, In Serious Condition, i Pauley Carter, a negro, who ran amuck Sunday night, wounding Lleuter ant John E. Catts of the 'vlre squad ' and Mary Johnson, a colored woman, during a fight In the old Tenderloin Dis trict, has been held to answer to thi grand Jury for the woman death whl-h occured vtsterduy morning. This action was taken late yesteduy by the coro ner's Jury. Carter himself badly wounded from bullets fired by Lieutenant Catts and H. A. Matthews, Is under guard at Emer gency Hospital It Is believed that he cannot live Dr Lewis superintendent of the hos pital, who Is one of tho physicians at tending Lieutenant Catts until tnriuv that the policeman's condition Is favor able. It Is practlcallv certain now, he says, that Catts will not loose his left arm which was hhattered by one of uinirB ouiieis NEW TORIC. Nov. SS More than 10 000 of fleers and men are aboard ten battleships of the Atlantltc fleet swing ing at anchor In the Hudson today and many of them will be on hand for tho arnuat Army-Navj football game Saturday. Na y orders probably ehow some spe- clal reason for tho fleet putting Into i New York Just at this time but with the game only two days awav and the fleet here, officer nnd men winked to day and looked satisfied I All arrangements have now been completed for the big tusrle between tho service teams The Army still rules the favorite today With tho ar rival of several thousand men o'-war'a men. Navy money has begun to appear. however, and betting Is lpoklng up All; tickets are at a premium As the President Is agiln scheduled to appear at a big sporting event with Mrs (Jolt, his fiancee, an unusual de mand for seats to the game Is ap- , patent I.Uht work tomorrow morning will see the end of practice for both the cadet and midshipmen squads They will l hustled into New lork quietly and about noon on Saturday the root ln forces of the two schools will ar rive. The midshipmen will a'rive at Jersey Cltv around noon, be trauspo ted by ferry to the foot of ISMh street and march across to the Polo Grounds The cadets will arrlvo from West Point by train. Great Storm in Sicily. PALKR-MO, Slcllly. Nov. 85 A great storm "lias done much damage In the Catania and Trapanl districts or Sicily and rescue work Is dirricult on account of the bad weather The Balso river is over Its banks YONKKKS N. Y . Nov. T Tivo houses In Yonkers have been robbed In tho home of Charles Ocrman tho thief cracked the tov bank of lx- ear-old vVlllln Jermnn nnd stole $4 W In pen nies, nlcke's and dimes which the boy had saved for a Christmas fund From the home of Mrs John Klnrh the burglai took a bank containing V In nickels, Mrs rinch'a savings Playing With Gun, Child Kills Sister and Brother ALTOONA, Pi . Nov. If It wan learned last night that Howard Prough. eight ears old, living at Calvtn, a re mote settlement In Huntingdon county, on Tuexday nlglit while his father was hauling logs and his mother visiting a neighbor on a donicstli errand shut anil Instantly killed his flve-year-o'd slsler and four-year-old brother at n Mnule shot, while nlavlng with u gun kept loaded In the'hnusc A. LISNER Houn: 9 to 6 G STREET mi - 'rn Boys' Shop Suits at $4,9J Suits tailored like these "Palais Royal" Suits made to special or der look as well and wear as well as any costing twice the price. Sizes 6 to 17 years. The True Blue Serge for best; the tweeds for school wear. Honestly tailored and with two pairs of pants to each suit. Overcoats proportionately good at only 4.95. Thieves Take Chickens And Goose, Police Told A Crolclsteln. of 10.7 North Capitol street, has complained to the pollen that a coop of chickens valued at IS was stolen from him late yesterday Pour chickens were stolen from V Cohen, of 7.2 i'ourth street northweit, nnd seven chickens and a Koose were taken from In front of the store of Samuel Pine. 12."7 Twenty-llfth street northwest. Safer Not. "I want to see your beauty editor," aid the caller at the sanctum of a popular magazine Are you fol'owlng her advice?" "I am " "Clot confidence. In If "I have " "Then you don't want to see her." Louisville Courier Journal. WHITE OAK LEATHER .used Kieluslvelr Men's i Sewed I Soles JFfli m Phone M. 988 Work Culled for and klrlltered free. Only Experts ICmplojrd. Free Parcel Post Delivery on All Orders AH Makes of Famous 50c Rubber Heels 35c Klein's Rapid Shoe Repair Co. A New High Quality Sausage Made by the People Who Put the "Sage" in Sausage Red Hare Brand A Deliciously Seasoned All Pork Sausage Red Hare Sausage Co. 1007 B Street N. W. Enjoy a Real Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving Dinner At ThP WUTTF DAI A P 17 LUNCH TTUlllll VLJl YJVJ ROOMS 1417 G St. N.W. 314 9th St. N.W. 1113 Penna. Ave. N. W. THREE PALATIAL, SANITARY RESTAURANTS TODAY (Thanksgiving) Complete Turkey Dinner Plump and Tender Stuffed Turkey, Delicious Cran berry Sauce, Crisp Celery, Mashed Potatoes, Tooth some Plum Pudding, Bread and Butter, Coffee, Tea or Milk. A Feast Fit For a King! r. ? ) It li our pleasure to announce the openlnpr of our NEW OPTI CAL DEPARTMENT Saturday, November 27, at 9 o'clock. OUR AIM. Our aim will bo to eivc to the public a service unsurpassed in 1 Washington. To that end we have spared no expense. We have equipped it with the most modern instruments and appliances for the accurate diag nosis of all errors of refraction of the eye. An Ontical Deoartment so complete in every way that it I not oniy Dccomca a jnuuci, uuv amounts to an institution, and will be one of the features of our Btore. QUALIFIED OPTOMETRIST. The OPTICAL DEPARTMENT will be in charge of a thoroughly QUALIFIED OPTOMETRIST-, an exhaustive examination made without charge where glasses arc purchased. OUR GUARANTEE. In accordance with our policy our glasses are guaranteed to be satisfactory or your money re turned. LOCATION. Our NEW OPTICAL DEPART MENT is conveniently located on Balcony near Hair Goods De partment and telephone booths. Dresses, $2.98 Exactly as illustrated. Made for the "Palais Royal" from suggestions furnished by patrons mothers who had real ideas. Materials are French "Wire woven" Serge and English wool mix tures, in plain colors, checks, and plaids. Sizes 6 to 14 years. Dresses, SOc and $2.50 At 50c are New Wash Dresses for boys of I to 3 and girls of 2 to 6. At $2.50 are New Dresses of im ported rep, with leather belt, for girls of 6 to 14 years. Third floor 6 elevators. Sample Coats $7.50 5pwaH) Worth up to Mothers with little ones of 2 to 6 years are promised a treat for tomorrow these Sample Coats of fine wool zibeline, chin chilla, astrakhan, and boucle cloth, in black and colors. It's the tailoring that counts, and these are tailored to perfection. Third floor 6 elevators. N -rQ New Middies 1.00 "Jack Tar" and "Regent" The illustration is of the "Jack Tar" of white galatea, braid trimmed, some with flannel collar and cuffs. The "Regent" is a little less elaborate, but tailored to perfec tion. Sizes 6 to 22 years. Bath Robes Third Floor 6 Elerators The famous "Beacon" Blanket Bath Robes, some satin bound, some 9 with ra11ftnH nn. lar. S)ilk cord included. 1 to 6 years, $1.00. 5 to 14 years, Si. 98. EsiilL'fitj The Basement Store Friday Bargains HS .BKLfm M. X 1 "?w f V l K 39c D o u ,b 1 o 13 00 Sweet Singing; II 25 Brain Cagev Roaatlntr Tan of l Pood Chopper. $1.81 Tea Kettle, cop. zry $2.45 ssS-iiJB r":r....i9c:'?r... 57c p-;.r". si.25 Canary Birds Cups steel cutters plated Fnrnu. Rronn. sir on. French Tlate Steel Tabour fegSLteSl valu laJ LHH ArWH M ' BBBBBB.BBB 1 I COFFEE ' "" Mirror, lto rjen ettes. 19 x QQ 16 Inches .. IOC 11, n. . OUC 69c 4-plece Canister lii: II. SB Medicine Set; white enamel, 79oCurtalnStretcher.com- II Folding Iron- BJ","0", j " enamel flour, sunar, Anp plete with steel pins: CfTp Ing Board of OQp et Com-'JQ- mirror' QQ coffee and tea substantially made... "' basswood Oi7l plcte - OUl, jront ... I70U a- lisner THE PALAIS ROYAL GSTREET jS.-y'. aVS?. 736 14th St Breach l 714 0th St.