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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1916.
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
N AND ABOUT TOWN
News and Gossip of Washing
ton and Washlngtonians
Tersely Told.
Ice cronm. cako and nod doesn't
6urid much Ilka training table diet for
ball players, doca ItT
, But that Is -what
la coming to the
winning team In
the third class
ItapUe of tho .Vir
ginia Avenue I'lay
g round.
Aa a reward for
their Rood work,
iisi aiaoei i ow
ner, director or the
ground, will aive a
pariy icr mem to
morrow nllrht at
4irr home, a Eaat Capitol street. ,
The members of tho winning, combina
tion are James Shepherd, Aubrey Kuh
nert. Vlnece Hoffman, N. Holland,
Charles Swan. Den Hwaa; Allen Kepler.
Herbert Warner, Earte Hlnes, .Albert
Thompson, pete Downs. Deo Bhaplro.
Joan Alcorrt. 'and Joseph ClarkV
Society to Hold JKesttHfr.
The first fall meeting of the Biblical
and Literary Society of Adath Israel
congregation will be held November 6
In the vestry rooms of the aynagngue.
Dr. Benjamin A. Grossman, director of
the society. Is planning an active fall
and winter program for the organisation.
Mission Officers to Report.
Officers of the Washington Dlatilct
Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of
the Methodist Episcopal Church aro
preparing yeaely report to be given
at the annual meeting October 2. The
meeting will be held In Union M. E.
Church. Bishop W. P. McDowell will
give an address.
To Address Republican Women.
Judge Stanton X Peelle. retired, of the
5?u ,f. Claims, will address memhera
..tne, Woman's National Republican
Club tomorrow evening In the gridiron
loom of the New Wlllard. ' nu,rQn
To Lengthen Courses.
Extension of the course from three
to four years -was voted at 'the meeting
i ,lec of tno United States College
of veterinary Surgeons. Dr. C. B. nob
tnson presided.
Plan Orphans' Benefit.
The program given by the American
Ladles' Quartet, of Boston, at Dum
barton M. E. Church last night, will bo
repeated at the Scenic Theater tonight,
for the benefit of the Methodist Orphan
Home. The Rev. K. H. Zimmerman will
speak on "America, the Land of Great-neas."
Concert Toddy
Bjr the Engineer Band, at the
BmlUHkm Grouses, at
7sM P. M.
March, "The Paeine naM"
' ' , Vatrtsreook.
Overture, "Hunrada Laaslo'.t.KrUot
Hawaiian songs (roqueetd)....UkkA
a) Droam picture, "Unole Tora's.
Cabin" ..,............ Xninpa
(b) Fox trot, "Down Honolulu
Way" (requested), ...u...M..BurKa
Reminiscences of DonlsetU Claua
Selection, "The Blue Pamdtse"
Romberg
Medley, "Popular Melodies",.. Snyder
Galop. "Roman Races" Lincoln
"Tho 'Star-Spangled Banner.'
INCREASE SHOWN IN
PUILPINO OPERATIONS
Statistics Given Out by Federal
Geological Survey.
Statistics Issued today by the United
Statoa Geological Survey show 'that In
forty-eight cities during IMS the total
cost of building operations was Stl.TBt,
199, an Increase of S,01M, or nearly 4
per cent over liU.
New York lead in cpst of building
projects with U03,0,8eo, an Inoream of
$2S,WMM over 1914. Chicago, which led
In building operations' In 1914. took sec
ond fclace last year with 197,391,400. an
Increase of $14,029,680. Brooklyn was
third wlih a total of 4S,801,Kf,an In
crease of $3,7,644.
In the' forty-eight cities a total of JOL
190 permits wero Issued, a decrease of
2,543 compared with 1914. The average
cost per building operation In 1915 was
$3,190, as compared with 13,043 In 1914.
ADDRESS HIM NOW
AS CHEVALIER JAMES
Italian King Bestow8,Cross on New
York 'Philanthropist.
"Woodmen to Meet.
Oak Camp, No. 4. Woodmen of the
World, will meet In Northeast Temple,
Twelfth and II streets northeast, to
morrow evening.
Rattles for Babies in
Couple's Yacht Bills
NEW YORK. Sept. 19. Testimony In
West Side court showed that Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph H. Hoadley had charged
babies' rattles and night shirts
against the yacht Alabama, and that
the bills had been paid by the Ameri
can and British Manufacturing Com
pany. '
Lawyer Karl T. Frederick, who hod
tried to seise the yacht on behalf ol
the company, was acquitted of the
disorderly conduct charge made by
Mrs. Hoadley. He has sued her for
125,000 for false arrest.
Forced to Eat Pastry,
She Sues For Divorce
FOND DU LAC, Wis.. Sept. 19. Alleging-
he threatened to blow out her
brain- If she failed to greet him with
a smile: that he compelled her to Blng
at the point of a revolver, and that
ho tied her to a chair and forced rich
pastry down her throat, Mrs. Ruth
Evernart brought suit against George
S. Evernart. a wealthy Oshkosh man.
$12.00 To Niagara Falls and Return,
Baltimore St Ohio. 7:45 a. m.. Sept 2J,
tickets valid for return within IS days.
Through trains of Parlor Cars and
Coaches, with Luncheon Car from Phil
adelphia via Lehigh Valle. Liberal
stop-overs returning. Last excursion
Oct. 6. Advt.
NUXATED IRON
.increases strength ot
u e 1 1 o a le. nervous.
rundown People 3M
I per cent in ten days
I In many instances.
Inuo rorieit if it rails
las per fun exolana-
ion In large article
son to appear to
lis caoer. Ask your
doctor or druamst
about It. Jas. O'Donnell's Drug Store
and People's Drug Store always carry
It In stock. Advt.
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NEW YORK, Sept 19. Arthur CurUss
James, financier and yachtman, haa
been 'decorated by King Victor Em
manuel with the crosa of a Chevalier
of the Crown of Italy, It was an
nounced last night This Is In recog
nition of Mr. James' generosity In con
structing a ttOO.000 building at Hester
and Elisabeth streets for the academic
and Industrial education of children of
Italian descent The school Is conducted
by the Children's Aid Society,
When Mr. James returns from a hunt
ing trip the cross will be formally pre
sented to him, perhaps by Ambassador
dl Cellerej perhaps by Consul General
Fara Fornl.
Then Mr. James will be a knight
whenever he sets foot, on Italian soil.
He la already aprlnce In the minds of
many grateful East Bide children.
His Last-Swim of Summer
Proved Plunge to Death
CHESTER. Pa.. Sept. 19.-"Thla will
be my last swim," meaning his last
swim In the Delaware river this sess
ion, declared Raymond Jones, nineteen
years old, aa he dived overboard.
Jc' prophecy came true, for he
was seized with cramps and did not
romo to the water's surface after hla
first dive, until his dead body was
brought ashore by watermep;
HORLICK'S
THE ORIGINAL,,
MALTED MILK
Cheap substitutes cost YOU saau ftka,
"PHoTSPDSYS"
EVERYDAY
rK IL L01 always JEvrtMPi
CONTINUOUS
NOON TO II PM
THE
FALL
OF A
NATION
With Viktor Herbert's Hnslc.
Augmented Symphony Orchestra.
PLAN CELEBRATION
OF
ROSH
MASHAHAH
Speoial Services in All Syna
gogues Are to Mark Hebrew
New Year. "
Washington Hebrews are making
p)ans for tho celebration of Roan Has
hansti, the Hebrew New Tear, begin
ning Wednesday, September 27, Ac
cording to the Hebrew calendar tho
date Is Tlslr 1, TT.
The most solemn services of the year
will be conduoted by the rabbis of the
various synagogues. Special sermons
Will be delivered, and augmented choirs
will sing.
The Hebrew New Yea,r services,
which start at sundown Wednesday,
and continue for twenty-four hours, in
the Reformed Church, are devoted to
prayers of repentance. The mot im
pressive feature of the ceremonies la
the blowing of the "ahofar," a ram's
horn, to arouse tha faithful from the
lethargy of sin and evil ways. Special
acts of charity are encouraged during
tne ceieorauon.
In the orthodox church the services
are extended to two days.
Orthodox Hebrews observe many
ceremonies which suggest the Ideas and
emotions of the day. In the home
honey and fruits are eaten and the pious
wish expressed "May It be Thy will to
renew to us a good and sweet year."
During the day orthodox Jews will go
to a river, shake crumbs from their
clothes and recite among other prayers
the verse from Mlcah, "And you will
cast Into tho depths of the sea all their
sins."
The Rev. Abram Simon and Rabbi
Tiuls Stern will have charae of tho
services at the Eighth Street Temple on !
Wednesday evening and Thursday
mprning. mom arossman win bo in
charge at the orthodox temple.
SCHOOLS TO PLAN
FOR TUBERCULOSIS
May Use Roofs of Cleveland and
West Buildings for Classes
for Sufferers.
ROCKVILLE. .
funeral services for 'Robert S, Hud
duthi who died Sunday at his home
near Travllah, aged seventy-two rears,
were held at 10 o'clock this morning
from the Daptlst Church at TrayJIaJi,
(he Castor, tha RoY, L. H. Thorn...
I officiating. Burial was in the cemetery
at Cedar Grove.
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The funeral of Franklin Mace, one of
the oldest residents of this section of
ine oouity, wno aiea Hunday at his
home hear Montrose, aired eighty-six
ilace at 2 o'clock this after-
I years, took t1
Provision for children suffering from
tuberculosis Is likely to be made at the
meeting of tho Board of Education to
morrow afternoon, since the ruling of
the health officials bars all tubercular
children from class rooms In which
thero aro normal children.
Roofs of the CJrovor Cleveland and
West schools may be fitted up for these
pupils. This could be done at a com
paratively small cost.
s Among the woman teachers, now
nearly all back for the conferences that
begin Monday, aro severs) who recently
have beerumarrled;
Formerly, when a woman teacher
married, she automatically resigned, but
since the repeal of "rule 44," unless a
teacher actually sends her resignation to
tha school officials, she remains on
tho rolls. , A
This, of course, means fewer appoint
ments ot Normal School graduates.
Just how many women teaohers who
were recently married will keep their
positions is not definitely known, but
school officials have learned, unoffi
cially, of soma who will do so.
Champion Bible Reader.
FORT WAYNE, Ind., Sept. 19.-Albort
Spangle lays claim to a unique record.
He hsa Just completed reading the New
,. . ., sixtieth time and has
read the Old Testament In Its entirety
Sunday Outing to Harperg Ferry
11.00, to Martlnsburg, IL. to Berkeley
Springs, $1.60, to Cumberland l&OO and
return. Baltimore & Ohio from union
Station 8:35 a. m., Sept. U, returning
same day. Advt.
1319021 F Start
September 19. .STORE NEWS. 1319-1321 F St.
Deliveries Free to Any Part of the U. S. by Parcel Post.
STRAND
Today and
All Week
SEASONS SENSATIONWAR'S MOST TERRIBLE ASPECT
ft W W B lftMM
The Violation of God's Fairest
Flowera
"WOMEN"
WITH
FRANK KEENAN
AND
ENID MARKEY
A Monumental Piece of Acting
Wonderfully Done.
Store Hours 8 A. M. to 6 P. M.
for small men
or good sized boys
Mostly sizes 33 and 34 a few
35 and a number of stouts in
44 and 46.
Price-marks are $20, $22 and $25
About 130 suits that were in our summer stock all
three-piece suits most of them dark colors and in weights
that can be worn the entire fall. Practically giving them
away rather than carry them over simply can't let them
occupy the cases that are needed for our winter stock. High'
school boys or any who can be fitted in these small sizes will
find values that COST US almost DOUBLE this price In
season.
Mothers and fathers! do you realize that this Is a
chance to buy "the boy" one of our best $20 to $25 suits
for $8.50?
noon front the family reafdenoe. Uurlal
was In the Baptist Cemetery at Beane.
Prf Willi 8. BurdetUv county su
perintendent of schools, has announced
appoliKSHent of Miss Kllsafcejli Lux
man as assistant teacher at Glen Echo
School, succeeding Miss Carlisle, who
becomes assistant at tlis school at
Baileys In plaot of Miss Lauamam
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Following an .automobile aoeldent near
Oermantown August K, in which an
auto truck belonging to fend operated
by WIIMaia MoUaln. of dalthersburg.
collided with the machine of K. porsey
Xing, a farmer of Clarksburg ells trior,
painfully Injuring Mrs. King, who, with
Mr. King and others, was on her way
to a marriage near Cedar Orove, suit
for H.0) .damages was Instituted In tin
circuit .court hero yesterday by Ml,
King. He la represented by H, MaurM
Talbott. of Rockrlllei
LOCAL MENTION,
Harvey's Seafood riattrr Tatar.
1 S -to 0, O to RiSO, Me.
Creamed Shrimp, fried scallops eod
flake eole, potato , $So. Uthc
seasonable delicacies, lltli and Pa. are.
The Bandar Bvenlng Times has
all the acknowledged advantages of
evening newspaper circulation with
none of the disadvantages of Sunday
morning newspapers of many mwtioa.
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Open V.45 A. M. Close 5:30 P. M.
Open Until 0:00 P. M. Saturday
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Richness of Material, Smartness of Style Combine in
THE MOST CHARMING
TRIMMED HATS
Inihe Capital City at
the Prices
f 'TO
$7.50 i $10
.
Shapes from the flat "can
otier" to the high Directoire,
or the large picture hat to the
small close turban.
Velvet and hatters' plush
the materials.
Metal, ribbon, or fur orna
ments, gold and silver roses
the trimmings, which are not
profuse but very rich and
IIMIItltlll
Smart Suit Hats, for wear with the handsome suit for
canine or anernoon wear. Hats with otin cmivnc onH nctriMi
feather trimming. Hats made or trimmed with breasts; some
combinations of velvet and breasts, others trimmed with fur.
Rich, beautiful colorings. The breast hats at the two higher
prices only.
$12.50 $15.00 $18.50
Kann'a Second Floor.
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Be Prepared for All Kinds
of Weather With This
Light & Medium Weight
Ribbed .
Underwear
Women's Hwlss Ribbed Vests,
"Cumfy Cut," low neck, no sleeves,
with "can't-sllp" straps: seconds
of the1 25c quality. Special 1 e
25c
at
Women's Mercerised Lisle Vests.
very nne quality, low neck, no
sleeves, taped neck and arms. In
notn squaro ana "V" cut
neck. Each
Women's fine ribbed Union Suits,
low neck, no sleeves, tight and
loose knees, lace trimmed, band
and crochet finish In neck, medium
and extra nixes, specially QQa
priced, each OVK
Women's Corset Covers, flnejrlb
bed. high neck, long sleeves, and
half sleeves, seconds of the regu
lar 60c kinds, medium and nc.
extra sires, each Aut
Women's medium weight vests
and pants. Vests with high neck
nnd long aleeves; Dutch neck and
elbow sleeves, anil low neck and no
sleeves. Pants ankle length. Tights
knee and ankle length, all Cftn
shapes. A garment tUi
Women's Union Suit, medium
weight, high neck, long and short
sleeves. Dutch neck, elbow sleeve,
all ankle lengths, fi- aA
each 9JLUV
Kann's Street Floor.
New Lots from the Columbia
Lace Co. Add Fresh Inter
cat Tomorrow to Our
Sale Curtains
and Curtainings
Scotch and Nottingham
Lace Curtains
Panels and Bonne Femmcs.
Values are $1.75 to $8.00 if
in pairs.
Choice Strip 49c
'Iff fill 't
Big variety, many copies of ex
pensive hand-made curtains: such
as Brussels, Irish point. Renais
sance, etc.; with narrow and wide
borders; plain and llgured centers.
Many perfect; some slightly soiled
or Imperfect.
LACK CUIlTAlNH Knell, BOe.
If In pairs values aro $2.60 to $6.
Full size Scotch and Nottingham
luces; window panels and Bonne
Femmes, Many can be matched up.
LACK CUHTA1NH Kch. 1HX-.
If In pairs worth to $1.00. Full
size Nottingham; some half-size
sumples; also Brlsble sash cur
tains; many can be matched up.
LACK CUIITA1NK ISc.
Small lots Nottingham lace In
full and hair lengths; also door
panel and Brlsbles, perfect and
imperfect.
BRISBU: NKTS for sash window
panels; also door and curtain nets.
Values to 36c yd. Special, ID
Wide net with blue stripes; for
Hash and sill length curtains; also
36-lnch lace net tor paneling for
glass doors.
20e NKTS Yd., lStfc.
Tlnln solid woven flah nets! 30
Inches wide; In white and Arabian.
NKTS. Yalura to 40e yd. Choice,
Yd.. 20c.
Brlsble net with gathered Alounce,
and others without flounce; In
white and arablan.
If yon made romparUoa youraelf with other garment of the ume
quality your valuation, wt believe, would he much higher than
tomorrow's sale price on a
puto'o Handsome Suits
at $21.75
They ARE handsome, and
they are exceptionally well
made.
Broadcloths, Whip Cords,
Gabardines, Serges,
Velour Checks
are the materials; with in
terlinings in some models,
and beautiful linings, fancy
and plain.
Made with those lovely lonjr
lines in the back, and the new
belts that appear to go over
and under the material in
many of the styles. Others
are the straight line styles.
Velvet trims many of these
new suits on collar and cuffs.
Black, taupe, brown, navy,
and green are the most want
ed colors.
All sizes from that for the
young woman 16 and 18 years
to the woman of 36 to 46 bust.
Kann's Second Floor.
Cool Nights Suggest Warm Sleeping Garments, and the
Next Thought Is the Materials to Make Them of
Outing and Wool Flannels
Outing Flannels, in an extra heavy quality, with a fine, soft
finished nap. Good assortment of designs to selecU g
from; also plain pink, blue, and cream outing; 27121
inches wide, at a yard
27-in. wide Flannel, in a good heavy weight, suitable
for grants' wear; closely woven, and an excellent quality
At a yard
Kann's Street Floor.
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29c
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8TB. 8T. AND fshnaTate.
Matinees
to 6 P. M.
10c
iAnPWE0 t
I5c
HAROLD
L0GKW00D
LAST
TIME
TODAY
With MAY ALLISON Ifi
MISTER 44
NO. 2 ROSEMARY THEBY in "A STRENUOUS VISIT"
NO. 3-MUTT AND JEFF CARTOON. "GAY WHITE WAY"
WATCH YOUR TEETH!
Seek expert dental attention when the least decay Is mani
fested. When you: bring your tooth troubles to me you haye
tho assurance of painless and perfect work, nt prices you'll
find more than reasonable. No charge for consultation come
now ! Term of Payment to Suxt
SUCTION $(- c -,
TEETH O bet
Gold Fillings 75c up
Silver Fillings. . .50c up
Gold Crowns,
$3$4 $&
Dr. PIGEON SSI
N. E. Cor. 7th andD SU. N. W.
Telephone Mam 1887
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