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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1916.J
HUG DEWOCRATIC
VOTE AT ALEXANDRIA
Wilson and Carlin Carry Dis
trict, But Whole Vote Falls
Short of 'Registration.
His Life Just One
Series of Bumps
JAMES BARTON, 30
i "i
ALEXANDRIA. Nov. Jt.-I'rncllcnlly
tho tisuul Dcmocraik' majority was
polled In thin city yestordny nlthmiRh
Iho total vote waa between 403 uml SCO
ehort of the registration llKurea. Con
Krcssman Carlin led lib opponent, Jo
cph L. Crupper, by ."6 In tho four
uurcla and nccordlne to the latest ro
turna Mr. Carlin wlil bo elected In tho
illatrlrt hv nnvwhern from 3.0fcl to 3,000
majority. Hamilton, the Independent!
Krnuhllmii rnndldato for ConKtessmun,
received only 22 votea In the city and
MannlnK, the Socialist candidate, 11.
Claude A. Bwnnson. Democratic can
illilnto for Senator, who had no opposi
tion, waa jrtven 1,373 votea In tho rlty,
nnd II. Noel Oiirner. candidate for cor
poration attorney, received l,4u". Ho
alro had a clcur Held, '
King street was filled with n larco
crowd from 7 until 12 o'rlock last nUht
by thoae caKcr to set returns .from tho
country at large, whllo the Dnchelora
Club and vurlotis other of tho local or
Knnlzntlons received the returns oyer
private, wire, which attracted full
liouaea.
R.E. Lee Camp of Confederate Vet
erans arc arranging to observe Oencral
Lcc's blrthdav with n banquet on Janu
ary 19, for which n committee has Just
leon appointed composed of O. William
Jt-xmsay, Kdgar Warflald. ar.. and J. v.
Hammond. , ,
The suit brouKht by O. Q. Staples, or
Washington. iiRnlnst 8. H. kunt. ot
this city, to recover $3,901. 4S nlleRcd to
he duo plaintiff on a note, was yes
terday decided In favor of the defend
nnt In tho trial before Judgo Thornton
and a Jury In tho circuit court.
Mrs. nolfe nobcrtson. of Haymarkct.
and MIsa Kntherlno Cochran, of "vhe
Plains, have been Rucsts of Miss ora
Cochran at her homo In Klnc atrcct.
Mrs. John Augustine Smith hns re
turned to her home In Charles Town,
W. Va., after a visit hero to Mrs. It.
Maurlco Wllklns.
An elaborate program lias been ar
ranged for tho entertainment to no
flven tomorrow evening In the Young
Men's Sodalltv Hall for the benefit of
that -society. Mlssea Nannlo Nevltt and
nila Hill have the affair in charge.
Arrangements havo been completed
hv tho committee In chargo for ho en
tertainment of tho party of 10) Mnsona
'vlio arc expected to como from Phila
delphia to visit Alexuidrla-Waalilngton
Loago tomorrow night.
Catholic College Alumnae
To Entertain Federation
The Washington Alumnae of Cath
ollc Colleges and Academies complet-
ed plans for the formal entertainment
of visiting alumnao associated In the
International Federation of Catholic
Alumnae when they , assemble In
Washington, November 27, at a meet
ing. In tho New Wlllard.
More than 400 alumnae legistcred
cards for tho celebration hero follow
ing the International meeting In Bal
timore. Mlas Ida Hill Bowie was in
charge and announced the commit
tees. Tho Rev. Dr. Edward Pace, of
Catholic University, delivered an ad
dress on the purposes of the federa
tion. Another meeting of the registration
committee will he held next Tuesday,
when all committees will be assigned
their duties. Tho alumnae to partici
pate In the entertainment here on
November 27 are Washington chapters
of the following institutions' St Jos
eph's, Emmltaburg, Mt. Ft Agnas'
College, Baltimore, Notre Dame Pol
lejre, Maryland; Brentwood. I-ong
Island; Visitation, Frederick. Trin
ity College; St. Cecilia's Academy, Im
maculate. Conception Academy. St.
Patrick's Academy, Holy Cross Acad
emy, St. Mary'a, Alexandria, Notre
Dame Academy, Academy of the Sa-rre-d
Heart. Academy of the Sacred
Heart of Mary, Academy of the Visi
tation. Officers of the Washington enter
tainment committee are Miss Ida
Hill Bowie, chairman. Miss Mnry
Bvrne O'Toole, recording secrotaiy;
MIsa Ada Morgan Hill. Miss Cather
ine Hill, corresponding secretaries;
MIsa Reglna Sullivan, treasurer. Miss
Frances Harkness, auditor.
7
IHe. aVialllV&
JAMES BARTON.
EXTENDED SEWERAGE '
SYSTEM IS PLANNED
BEST OF BUMPERS
Comedian at Gayety This Week
Has Been "Taking Falls"
All of His Life.
"That bump will hump me Into the
pictures, where all the bumpora are
going,"
.lames Barton,' last of a long line or
"bumpers," whose capacity for "bumi
Ing" mado them Iho best-known knock
about comedians In th country, mado
this statement ycaterda: nrtornoon. as
he rubbed himself tenderly Juat after
the close of the first act of the Twen
tieth Century Malda' ahow at the
Oavcty.
numplng," It might bo noted, Is the
technical term for the work of tho man
who docs all sorts of comedy falls anil
dives, and the Barton family has been
noted for Its ability to supply people who
can tako tho "bumps" for nt least two
generations of theatrical affairs Jimmy
ItartAn. fl tlta frt,,f1a bnniv llm ! M.a
son of n Jimmy Barton and tne grand
son of a Jimmy Burton. The grand
father didn't do anv "bumping," al
though he waa moro or less the instiga
tor of a lot of plain and fancy "bump
ers ' ns proprietor of the old Front
Btrect Theater In Baltimore. ,
Is All Around Bumper. '
Jimmy Barton 2d was rated as tho
champion all-around "bumper" of the
stage. His specialty was doing a dive
"from, the stage to the orchestra, catch
ing himself on hla shoulder on 'ho
orchestra rail.
Most people who see a tramp com
edian do a wletd fall, landing on his
ear or the back of his neck,
do not roallie that this feat la
the result of long years of practice,
and the utmost perseverance. "Bump
Injr" Is really one of the fine art of
the acrobatic section of the profession
of entertaining and there are threo
members of the Barton family taking
the "bumps" at tho present time.
"There are few of the real 'bump
ers' who have not tried pictures,"
said Barton. "Charlie Chaplin la a
bumper.' So Is Ford Sterling and
Fred Mace arid Charllo Murray. They
are especially good men.
Began Bumping at Four.
"I have been taking the bumps for
years past both, In burlesque and In
vaudeville. I .can't say when I be
gan. My first appearance on the
stage waa when I was four years
old. I did a song and dance. And
I've been at It ever since. Of course,
you know, I was practically born on
tho atage. My father and mother and
aunta and uncles wore all perform
ers. Most of tho men In the family
have been 'bumpers.'
"It Isn't particularly easy, but you
don't really notice It when you can
do a good 'bump and set away with
It. It requires a lot or practice, now
ever, nnd I should Imagine It would
be rather a difficult branch of the
business for a grown person to lake
up. I began as a child and have been
thrown about tho atage or have
thrown myaolf about ever since. Udod
'bumpers' are scarce nowadays. 1 In
tend to go Into pictures In the sum
mer. Of course that doesn't mean I
won't do my burlesque tour every
yrnr but I'll take the pictures for n
vacation."
Col. Alexander Fortier
Celebrating Birthday
Kmployes of the Interstate Commerce
Commission and frlenda of Col. Alex
ander O. Fortier vied with each other
yeaterduy helping the colonel celebrate
hla seventieth blrthda. On arriving at
the otrico In tho morning Colonel For
tier found the desk banked with Mowers
and many gifts from his friends. Col
onel Fortier Is an employe of the com- i
mission. I
Italians Confess
7 o Murdering Man
Wife Says Husband Shot Intruder
In His Home. Disposed
of Body.
MTTLT FALLS, N. Y Nov. 8.-M!ko
Masco and hla wife today confesBod-,
the police and County Prosecutor Ward
say, to tho murder oMtosolIno Clprottl.
whose body was found cut to pieces
and Jammed Into a trunk which had
been thrown Into a dump.
Mrs. Masco, tho authorities declare,
confessed Masco had fdund Clprottl
with her In the Masco home, and -Immediately
shot the Intruder. 8ho saya
Masco then threatened her with death
unless the helped him cut up the body.
A cross-cut saw 'was used io saw Iho
body Into sections which would go Into
tho trunk, ohe told the officers. Mthco,
It la said, confessed when confronted
with hla wife's statement, and said ho
wheeled the body to the dump n u
wheelbarrow.
3,000,000-YEAR-OLD
BEAR BONES FOUND
Pillotherium Had Bruin Claws, But
Was a Rodent.
NEW YOIIK. Nov. 8.-Th Ameri
can Museum of Natural History has
added to Its collection the skeleton
of tho pillotherium, an animal about
the alto of a black hear and described
as resembling a rodent, which .was
In Its heyday between the years
2,998,084 and 2,498,084 B. C.
The skeleton la the only completo
one of Its kind In existence. It was
found In Colorado by an expedition of
scientists, headed by Walter Granger,
associate curator of the department
of vertebrate paleontology.
The find Is the result of a twenty
years' hunt by the museum's scien
tists, who have never lost confidence
In the belief that such a skeleton ex
isted. Fragmentary pieces of the pll
lotherlum have been unearthed be
fore and these are In the Yale collec
tion. The pillotherium had claws not
unlike a bear's.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Yar
Always bears
the
signature of
tZatfu
Asa E. Phillips Preparing Speci
fications for Work Authoriz
ed in New Budget.
Plnns for extensions of the sewer
ogo scrvlco In every section of the
District, under appropriations con
tained In tho ours en t District appro
priation bill, are being made by Asa
K. Phillips, superintendent of sewers.
Blda for tho construction of sewers
In connection with the Portland
street extension from Nichols avenue,
Auacostla, to the ateel plant at Qlcs
boro were opened nt the District
Building this afternoon. Thefc Im
provements will call for an appropria
tion of approximately KO.OOO.
On November 21 bids wilt be opened
for Good Hope suwuis. r.tlmutcd cost,
IIS.000; continuation of the Four
teenth street tiunk sewer, between K
street and Thomas Circle estimated
cost. S12.000: Mt. I'leasnut trunk sew
er, estimated cost. J20.000; now con
crete Invert In old Tiber sewer, esti
mated cost, 810,000, and Pennsylvania
avenue southeast relief sewer, esti
mated cost, JH.000.
Bids will bo opened November 28 for
tho completion nT tho Auacostla in
terceptor, estimated cost, 40,000, and
the Hock Creek Interceptor, estimated
cost, 100,000.
Work will be begun shortly nfter
the award of the contracts.
Only One "BROMO QUININE" ,
To get the genuine, call for full ,
name, LAXATIVE BROMO
QUININE. Look for signature
of E. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold
in One Day. 25c. Advt. '
BASEMENT SHOE STORE
TOMORROW
EXTRA SPECIAL SALE
Worn
i
ens
Footwear
Manufacturer's Samples and Seconds
New goods bought advan
tageously, and in pricing them
we offer you the benefit of the
saving.
Values to $7.00
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Phone .llnln 0.1 ID
XV. H. It. It. Wutch Inspector
S. MITCHELL
Jeweler
N. V.. Cnr. Dili nnd O Sis. V. W.
Sreond Floor, Ilnoni IS
Dr. i:. .11, NPAII1
Optometrist nnd Optician
A M
Xmas Club
Outfit No. 1
Grnfonoln, N'o. 1.1
IS selections (0
double disc 7,1r
records) nnd :tOO
needles.
$19.50
(m)
Join the
JUELG
$1
iaUK
Xmas Club
Outfit No. 2
(irnfonoln, No, 7ft
12 Hrlrrtlona (U
double rilst! 7Ac
worcU) and 300
nrrdlrs.
$79.50
These shoes are the product of a well
known manufacturer.
The assortment comprises All-black
Glazed Kid, Gun Metal, Patent Leather,
Tan, and many styles and combinations in
Novelty Shoes.
All sizes and widths.
PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER - - - G and 11th Sts.
&d&
Hours r7yrT) r ID A. Lisner
9 to 6 JAvUartlCOt Jlh
' ' ' ! . . r! jflMMT TTT
tin Our Corset Department -
. Some very unusual values are .:
' offered in a sale of corsets from 4 filt
IgM the leading high-grade makers p)s-MlP.Lp Vs
v rdJr -s -VafliWi JKtm r 1 I KHiLHii.V ill i 1 I JiltPCLt-i
(L.) VAHH ' ftrila sijiM mf f I f I iHiaiBiiaEiaiaV I I fl W I JmJtttr
Christmas
Grafonola
Club
Xmas Club
Outfit No. 3
firufciuotn, No, 1(1(1.
24 .Sclrrllon ItU
iloulilo iIImc 7,w
records) nnd :IOO
iiedlrs.
$109
Choice of any Columbia
Grafonola in our store on
these extraordinary Liberal
Club Terms.
Juelg
Piano Co.
1239 G Street
Corner 13th St.
tWSSk Bi
Br CkflBBii bbHI
Xmas Club
Outfit No. 4
r.rnfonola. No, 151).
21 nelectlons (12
ilouhlr disc 7nv
records) mid 1100
lircdlcn.
$159
Save Fuel by Using
This Electric Radiator
No matter how high the price or how
scarce other fuel may be, Electric Service is
always available always economical al
ways effective.
This all-metal
Electric Radia-
t o r is 1 4 Vh
inches high and
10 inches wide
black enamel
body, . nickel
plated sides and
copper reflector;
complete with
cord and plug
for $6.50.
It can be conveniently used in any room
where there's an electric light socket. It is
clean, effective, and economical.
Electric Radiators and other
Electric Appliances for the home
can be seen in our Showroom or
' at any Electric Supply Store.
botomacEleetriePower Co.
14th and C St&. Phone Main 7260
Lj frj fil lilDI
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A Sale Extraordinary
Of Afternoon and Evening Gowns and
Superb Quality Wool Suits Bought at
Exactly 50 of the Usual Cost
And Offered Accordingly
WITH THE GOOD FORTUNE TO SECURE ABOUT 100 HIGH-CLASS SAMPLE GAR
MENTS from two of the MOST REPUTABLE AMERICAN MANUFACTURERS of the better
class suits, gowns, and exclusive costumes. These garments arc up to the present ,monient in
style in every particular.
Dresses for Dinner and the Dance Dresses for Afternoon Wear,
And Unusually Fine Tailored Suits.
THE EVENING DRESSES nc,ude various styles of black net over silk channcuse,
trimmed with jet sequin sapphire, jet, etc. Combination
of fine white net, metal laces, shimmering metaline cloth, tulles, Georgettes, etc. Various colors
some trimmed with a touch of fur, some of the best models have pearl and rhinestonc trim
mings, others with combinations that include colored Indian beads.
THE AFTERNOON DRESSES are of fine soft satins- crePe de chincs. Georgette
crepes, charmeuse, chiffon velvets; trimmed with
metal laces, both gold and .silver, some with wool embroidery, also many with a smart touch of fur.
THE SUITS are much above the average in smartness of style and in quality. They
are reproductions of foreign models of very finest fabrics, including the best
chiffon broadcloths and wool velour, in plain colors and in sport checks; also fine Poiret twills,
rich chiffon, velvets, etc.
A remarkable lot of high-class garments bought so that we can offei
;hem Thursday Tomorrow at JUST HALF ORDINARY PRICES
Values $45.00 to $150.00 To Be $22.50 to $75.00.
Palais Royal Third Floor Parlors 6 elevators.
THE ST.
Walnut at 13th
J A M E S
Philadelphia
IWlwK
77ife block' from Pcnriylcanta or Reading Slatlom, In the center of
theatre and ihopping dhtrldi. Diittnctlc unlet and excellent Cuhlnt
Thoroughly modern and fire proof. Wire for rettmotttru at our expense
A Breakfast of Hot Cakes
-made of Miller's 8olf
niulriK Buclcvthont. In u
(rood starter for nny day.
"Miller's" is real jnoun-taln-grown
buckwheat.
Try n nnckaue
At Your Orocer'n No Coniumrr. Supplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO.
Wholesale Grocers. lKli & M Hi. S.E.
miller's
Self-Rising
Buckwheat
Children's Eyes
Evo weakness often develops at
an early age. Parents should !
bring their children to our Dr. :
Baker for free examination. :
Glasses, if needed, will bo cor-
rectlv fitted at lowest cost. Pay
50c a week If you wish.
i n l-IU. -,... QIC D. A...
Vasiciuci 5 Of ii3m . a. nvo.
ROOMS WITH BATH, 8 UP
ISO R30MG 300 DATH3
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MMA'iEt
m
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