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Tin: v.w.iLNUToN times, welmcsday, December i, 1915.
TO RASH GREETINGS TO N. Y. SOCIETY Interchange of Felicitations Ex pected to Be Feature of Prosperity Week Program. NIGHT PARADE BRILLIANT Large Crowds Brave Chilly Weather to Watch Elabor ately Decorated Floats. Wndeavors will ho mide to Hash this fvenlnn a eonKratulMory mif from the executive committer In ehnrire of tlf local Eleetrlc- Prnsnerltv Week eel-rh-ntlon to the Now York heartnunrtr.-s the Soeletv for Kleetrlnil Develop-m-nt. the nreanlratlon tinderMho nr plees of which the nntlonil electrical prosperity relebntlon was "nnrM' Chairman John P M T.inehHp and his associates were negotiating this morn Ine with the Ch'sipeakp end TVitorrnc Telephone Compnnv for a wireless com im ntcatlon. end had requested the nvy Department for permission tn nso the tvlreles station at Arllnrton to re Isv the itreetlntrr. TVe purport of the mww hns not len determined nor hi the Individual jet hee,n selected who will ti'lk with New Tork. Will lie Day's Feature. This exchange of fcllcltatliins with the Tvew York committee. If succoesfullv rarrled out. will he the feature upon Jodav's procram of the celebration The e'tv tonight again will bo brilliantly l'chled With 1M ears forming the procession, the prosperity week promoters Inst lilaht presented to Washlnctnn Die most frectacular and largest automobile pi pennl ever organized In the National r-vpltal Out of the lonjt procession Commis sioner Louts Brrvvnlovv P T Moran ii nd E. C nrandenburc. the Indues se. l""ted three entries to receive the prizes f ffered The nureau of Cncravlnc and Trlnt J "Wan awarded an electric glazed por- laln deBk lamp as the entrant pre eMitlng the best illuminated vehicles To the Naval (tun Factory was given the lmihoginy tilano lamp presented bv the 1'otomac Electric Power Company for the most novel dlsplav. ftm nft Holmes tlakerv went an electric table 1'iiip glvin by the Dulln & Martin 'niipanv aa a prize for the best advertising- exhibit. Decorations Novel. The decoration n sorted to by the 11 i"-enu of Engraving consisted of the ill used In the bureau In the manu f inure of Oovernment bank notes, iibove which twinkled In multitude the 1 lie mervury lights used In the bu le.iu In accord with the pop lai- d i if 1li hour, the nnvnl cu i fa - toul: V "-nnredness as lis tliem nTd xli h .' I n floats, each eriulpied w ,, a uviml '" batterv manned by crevvn in rcgu Inllnn attire The Holmes float portri ed In riln I manner the business o' Mi" oit n . Mllh large loaves ind in i nmoutli pi i t iplng a wagon e dren rakeis vv r i n at work below tJinlmc out iho I i durts of their shop The fiovcmnir-nt 1 ruiilr.j Ofl- Poit much ndmiroil It coisNied of v iplete prlntshni. m . n r p-nc--4-I in passed through he si- t co les "f l Mature papers vt ii1 out an 1 i itered ininnj The naval gun fun wis not alone 1' presenting the -1" i rt t epiriont-n The H. A Heabrldgo Jevcl v f.itnptiuv 1 .id an armored cur, rciemhllng a gun tut ret on which 1 tliu slogan "N.i llonat Preparedness" Another exhibit thai npcnhd stroiu: v to the crowd was the fl. at of H r I iroon ft Sons' Cumpm vvhlili con sisted of a Targe niotor tn suiinouut d by a plaver piano t it dispensed impular olrs along the mute. Crowds Bravo I 'old. Disregarding the win ij tang of the atmosphere he crovdj 1 , an In till th Micets long before th'i hoi - inr th jinic sslon, with the t ult tl.Tt h n lit 7 45 o'clock IN pljtow .-f iiull o ti Mowed liv the Nl i i i . . luind started south fnjm . ith and 1 streets at the he id .i tl. r.irnrle the sidewalks were llnM th i iiowd dense ns to make thi tiej of tlio I ' Hie aiduous Triim Hlxtienlh and T' .V t irad' v o mil Its wav south tb- h tli. lml irs sections to dlfcbaml tl.nlly at the l'eire Monument. I he pigetnt ivas not the oi l feituro M attmrt the attention of th thrjngs Hint fllleil ihe stieets Throughout tliu nt vMitown dlstiiets vlrtuallv i v. rv sior i as fullv llgllteil and llsplaveil In Its nlndnna an attractive nrrnv of hoit i tv wares Man or the largo omen I illdlngs likewise were htilllant under .i svstem of flood-llKhtliig. CATARRH CAUS. BY A' Mrt He IWilriMCi. tlrforr nrlt ii n llr urrtl. i llrnulf from Iln Mrtllrcitrd t ildlcln that octM on ih i vr Liir- miurrli n ' irayn tlouct.fH, luttutiM temporal rdliin thai tu inns muku a liahii ut u irrh mt It won t rump iiil from jour h i ilia t am flourlehlnj,, hi jmir noe and tlituu dideatf- there in a prpirfl lld Hyumci ijronn' iiinl Is a gftm kllllt Itum tlio puri"t oil w Ith other htHhnk h . on breathe Ilyoint 1 1 tn e b ineaiiP ot Jialer which drugs' medicated RniUr rrr (old n I a Itran of ur n arrrh Rerina t' ilur and healr Mties, top tb i luserd nod i riu i f tn a hl i H. formed )lli me 1 retlioiiiN outh an I JlllltT in It I his ai-s i u loiis nipin knit tht roi Hi re litine) mcin opt ns up tlip 111 A rrillt ted r Her in tn tn i f pen tltrof IrHih t h tliu tor II Mil Oh m he ui-fftst Hut If N" (i n ' I ii ilth ii )( until ii I ir len nif it u ( 'til i inl m ! r il di It iniii inti ie pal 1 for u f I " " 1nrKtin t tins K l.nnteM to. e n nti5ftittU no frn itjtrrh honld d wonderful via' fln mlnutfH f kind and ir ELECTRIC MEN inn IlomH ut n fw Kinm of C8ti will he, a tr r bin 1!' iriisr Ptr (.tuts In V It with i ruro rati will hp rm an hind il B THREATEN TO STOP NORTHCLIFFE PAPERS Strong Measures to Be Taken 'by England, Says Home Secretary. LONDON Dee 1. Force, If "the rent'er wav" fil't v 111 he emploved lo throttle the Noithellffe newspspera and to compel their owner to cease plnltig the part of the "bird that fouls his own nest " Sir John Simon, secretary of state foi home affairs, served that notice on Lord Northcllffc In the house of com mons vesterdav, saving, that If "(lie gfntlci wiv" heretofore puiaued did tint prove effective It "was perfoctlv pos Hlble to Inke stronger measures" "I do not know Lord Not tlullffc," sulci the home snietirv, 'hut he appears to be a gentleman with Ihe curious hnblt of nlvvnvs Itching to destin) tho things he Iihh made Like the prophets of Hani tie leaps on the altars he has made Xe In this rnuntrv know how to estimate the valuo of these Jiiudlcid rnoMPT, EFFICIENT BEKVICE December 1 Purchases Delivered These Suits Have the Value That Should Sell for $30 and $35 There is really a wonderful opportunity in our store right now for men who wish the highest class of clothing that can be produced. We except no manufacturer and no line of clothing when we say that the suits offered here today at are simply unbeatable in style, in the quality of materials, and in their hand-tailored making. You may put on one of these Suits with absolute certainty that you arc wearing garments having a recognized $35 value, and the garments will show it in every line and feature. It's the clothing for those who want the best the highest quality at a very moderate price. The different models are appropriate for both the young and the older men, but we wish to mention in particular the latest two-button, double-breasted style which can be found in but very few, if any, other shops. Then a Wonderful Value in Overcoats for First, remember that these are our own regular $20 and $22.50 Overcoats selling regularly at those prices since the season opened, but we have nearly 400 of them still in stock and the low price is to bring a rush. This particular model is the best all-round, medium priced Overcoat shown in Washington. It has the snap and style demanded by the young man but it's not a freak model, and is perfectly appropriate for the older men. It's a wonder for giving good lines to the figure of the man who is heavy set, or even unusually stout. The style is a straight hanging back but not full just roomy and comfortable a model that will not be out of style in a year or two. It is made of handsome materials strong faced goods from which the finish will not cut off and show signs of wear. You buy it with a heavy velvet collar, but there's also an extra collar of the same materials to replace the velvet when it's worn. You'll admit it's a coat that looks like $25 and the $25 value is there. We save you just $10 at this reduced price. Chamois Gloves Tho gwnRRer street rIovo a reK ular $2.00 qunlity, of chamois with backs embroidered in black. Noth ing like them elsewhere at our price 9 1.15 prints, but the) Hie n disappointment to our allies mid ,i houiic of disgust to I neutrals " The subject aiose ovet nil atlack tiV .old .Nortlullffn s newspapers on Hlr .Inhn Hlmnn n roiispniieiitp of a replv tup latter rerentlv mndp In u mipstlnn In the house of commons, In which thn home seiretarv Intimated tint ut terances In the Times wcto minted gloefUNV llV lieiVsliniiers In bosllli' trull. I Jffl HIIU the tintloruil ...r- . . .. -,-,-... ... --" - vvero piuvlng harmful to Interests. 'And (hev took the bullock which was given tin m and thev dressed and tailed on the name of Haal from morn ng oven until noon, saving, 1), Hani, hiar us' Hut time was tin voice, not n that ansnerrd And thev leaned upon the altar which was made"-I. I Inks, .will , ifi Kinnear Young Men's Class Holds Banquet The Klnnesr class of vnung men of Calvnry Ilaptlst Church, Eighth and It streets northwest, held a banquet In the Sunday school bouse Mondiv evening Th( loom waa docnni ted with roies an 1 Krjsanthemums Addresses were mado hv the pastor, the Hev Samuef II Oreene. the assistant pastor, the Jtov A V Anderson N Knucett super- Ittlfilillm.l nti.l I It T.l....n l.n .lt I rail was tnidp hv Stntps. and everv meiiiber of the rlnss given an niipor tnnltv tn boost h's home state Mem tieis from thlrtv-nvn Stntes District" of Columbia. Germany, and Nova Scotia responded Vocal numbers wcie glvin bv Mr Coma! and Mr Ithlne, accom panied b Mrs Inltn Thomas Oleim Schaeffer, of Kansan. was toastmaster. 'IBelloungTC&ib Shcp 1319-1321 F Street STORE NEWS. Free to Any Part of the United i 1Q.75 $is T LONDON. Dee. 1 Llnyd-Oforge minister of munltimis, at a meeting of icpreientatlves of thlrlv-dve trades unions Kiuvened to sugg'st amendments to tho munitions act favircd many of the suggestions In pflni Ip'e but, refer ring to the restraint Imposed upon the libel ties of the workers said that "thn i rltlcs seem to forget thnt the right of emplover are quite as deeply affect ed " He added that he presumed the meeting did not wish to repeal that sec tion of the net affecting employers. "More thing have been done durrng the war," said the munitions minister, to advance the principles of the labor movement than have been achieved by the proptgandH of a -feneration." lie mentioned as an Instance the present state control over unlimited competition which the labor part that long advo '.ted . , Most of the amendments are aimed at bringing about reciprocal treatment be tween cinplnvcrs and emploved The (onlentlon Is tht inasmuch as a work mm Is unable to discharge his emplovci without a tribunal certificate, the em plover ought not to the able to ills i barge the workman without such a rertlfliate. Mr Llojd-fieorge said he svmpathltcd with this contention and promised to consider the proposed amendments VIHIT OUR BIIOE DEPARTMENT. 1319-1321 F St. States by Parcel Post. Fine Cravats Everyone remarks that our popu lar priced' line of Neckwear equals the usual 51.00 lines. We display remarkable values at 55 Coupon The coupon below is worth ninety-eight (98) cents. Cut Out This Coupon Bring It Tomorrow To Fourth Floor tMi&j utL. MM Mucker, iilaln design, golden "at ami miihotany Q ft finish ou.uu "Push Ihe Butttnd Rest" ii ii iiti inn Fi I. mill Tasv" Thalis fin as iniiili ns $.0 00 and as Oil l( Utile n J&ll.UU UN" Basement Store Coat Sale Ural Lamb Coats Scotch Cheviot Coats Arabian Lamb Coats Velvet Corduroy Coats Pebble And Girls' In Sizes 6 to 12 At $1.85 are Boucle and Astrakhan Cloth Coats, in black, brown, and blue. Stylish belted models, button trimmed and buttoning snugly at neck. At $2.98 are Fur Fabric and Caracal Cloth Coats, looking as if of the real furs. Choice of plain and flaring models, all man tailored, some with quilted lining. When in this Basement Store don't forget to note the many tables filled with all kinds of wearing apparel. ALisnerThe Palais RoyalG Street A. LISNER Hours: 9 to 6 G STREET Palais Royal Coupon This Coupon and One Twenty-Seven '($1.27) en titles bearer to one $2.25 Folding Card Table, of ma hogany finish, with felt or leather top. , The Coupon is good only for Thursday, December 2, 1015. Mission ltorksr. solid oak, fumed finish, sprlnc s-at, ovr d In Spanish nrt QA Ot leather O4.O0 Ladles' Desk, of quartered oak. mahoeanv finish, vvtth various i "inpuiinioni and drawers .. ... . $5.75 i Vwluea to $20 The makers' pre-Christ-mas Clearing Sale brings the Palais Royal and its patrons the best bargains of this 10 15-1916 winter season. H TO Persiana Cloth Coats English Mixture Coats Baby Lamb Coats New Belted New Flared Chin Chin Cheviot Coats New Convertible Coats $1.85 $2.98 Years Worth Learn You will find Palais Royal prices for reliable F u r n it u r e considerably less than at the exclusive Furniture stores. With nothing inferior, you make selections here with every confidence. Furniture picked out for Christmas presents I will be laid aside for fu- i ture delivery only a small deposit being neces sary on your part. An "Account" Why not open an ac count with the Palais Royal? You will find the terms as generous as any and more equitable than many. Variety Unexcelled Desks, ladies', SS.71? to S30.00 Desk Chairs, S3. 00 to Si 0.00 Library Tables, S8.7S to S40.00 Morris Chairs, S 10.50 (o S30.00 Rockers S2.50 to S45.00 Reed Rockers, S3. 00 to S20.00 Dressing Tables, i $15. 71 to S50.00 Dressing Tabic Chairs $4.00 to S 1 0.00 Dining Tables, S8.7S to $55.00 Dining Chairs 85c to S7.50 China Cases.. Si 1.50 to S98.00 Buffets, various, SI 6.00 to $92.00 Parlor Tables, S1.50 to S20.00 Brass Costumers S2.50 to SI 1.50 Coats Coats Coats Fur Collar Coats Fur Trimmed Coats Velvet Trimmed Coats Sizes 16 to 48 Coats $4 Worth $5