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THE WAS&EGTON TIMES, THURSDAY,' NOVEMBER di 1916.
u ITEMS OF INTEREST IN AD ABOUT TOW News and Gossip of Washing ton and Washingtonians ( Tersely Told. ,', r . Jluby-8ukokwlml No, It lan't the result of an orgy on ft llnotypo machine. ' It Is actually a placo It) this na tion of ours. And Unclo 8am knows about It, too. So ho has put put a little bul- Ifitln. tlmt jvir Cody can tret and ' read, If they wont ' to. Ho is describ In tho different Minerals and mines found in tinho. 6omethlnjr or Other, and gives a bit of " romance or & placer gold mlno. Ruby Is some way from Idatorod, .Al"Uj. on one side, and from tho city 'of MoOrath, on the other. The bul-letin-643 H-wlll tell one exactly where. ..JTh director of the United States Geo logical Surrey has them. Cltlxcns to Meet. The Langdon-Woodrldge Citizens' Asso ciation will meet this evening at 2E07 Xlhode Island jivenue. Sovoral special matters of Importance will bo considered. mi Suffrage Gathering. Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussoy, founder and former dean of the Washington College of Law, spoke at a meeting of the District Suffrage Association at the New Ebbltt last night. Mrs. Mussoy 1 spoke on suffrage for the District. Kentucklnns Meet. The praises of Kentucky and Ken tucklans were sung at n meeting of tho Kentucky State Association In the New Ebbltt last night. The speakers includ ed F. W. H. Clay, Assistant Commls 1 aloner of Patents hnrt Colonel Coleman. IV. E. Adams presided. Strtfct Car Men Meet The Capital Traction Company, Sec tion No. 8, American, Elcetrfc Railway Association, will bo addrossed tonight t 8 o'clock In tho building at Thirty sixth nd M streets northwest, by H. D. Crampton. secretary of the company. He will speak on the relief work of the company. N. II. Association to Meet. The New Hampshire Association will xneet Monday evening at 8 o'clock In the Dewey Hotel, 1330 L street. A musical program has been arranged, which will be followed by refreshments, dancing and cards. Homer J. Brown is secretary of the organization, and E. H. Wason Is president. Citizens to Meet. The Plney Branch Citizens' Associa tion will meet Monday evening at tho Iowa Avenue Methodist Church. The organization Has many Important mat ters of Interest to the citizens of the Plney Branch district to take up this year, and tho officers are anxious that Jill tho members of the association shall attend tho next itcctlng. ' Resume Friday Services. Friday evening services for tho season will be resumed tomorrow night for tho Adath Israel Congregation In the syna gogue at Sixth and I streets. Prof. Arthur Green and the Hev. A. Sheftcr man will conduct the services. Rabbi Benjamin L. Grossman will deliver a sermon at tomorrow's" meeting on "A Warning to Nations." Woman's Alliance to Meet. Tho Women's Alliance of All Souls' Church will meet tomorrow at 11 a. m., at the church parlors. Four teenth and Ij streets northwest. Miss Marietta Stockard, lecturer In the De partment of Education, George Wash ington University, will speak on "The Vltallzatlon of Bible Stories." Trade .Commission Session. The committee on water supply, Washington Board of Trade, will meet this afternoon -at 4 p. m. In the board rooms. Star building. - Chemists to Elect. The annual election of the Chemical Society of WaslMngton will be held this evening at 8 o'clock, the the Cos mos Club, Executive commlttoe meet ing begins at 7:30. The usual smoker will follow the meeting. Asylum Firemen Win. NORIUSTOWN, Pa., Nov. 9.-The dry ing room connected with the laundry at the State Insane asylum here was damaged by fire, causing a loss at 16,000. The fire department at tho ln stltutlon extinguished tho. fire. Most every woman wants a nice, clear com. plexion, and can have it at a trilling cost. Constipation in women is increasing to n alarming extent, and this causes poor circulation which accounts for yellow, muddy, pimply complexions which so many women are trying to overcome. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Is the one dependable remedy for, bad complexions. They act on the liver nnd bowels like calomel, yet have no danger ous after-effect. They assist nature to throw off the impurities that get into the blood. They will surely dear up, even the most distressing condition quickly and tone up the entire system, giving a fiure, fresh, ruddy skin. They are abso utely pure easy to lake and correct constipation. They act quickly, cleanse end purify and make you feel fine. Start treatment now. Get a box from .. any druggist 10c and 25c. The Terrible Tempered Mr, Bang Let His Regular Train Go sBy Just To See If Mrs. Bang Wouldn't Mqke a Bee Line For Town With the. $100 He'd Jitst Given Her. By FONTAINE FOX W9 Ti VTBH-t f 1 SEE YOU m BSOUG-HT YOUR I " '. -"iVpsr AJ.ONC., J im son w i i i i i - . - MORE CLASSES AT COMMUNITY SCHOOL Constant Demand Causes Steady Increase in Curricu lum of Institution. '' The constant demand for ' new courses at tho Wilson Normal Com munity Center School has necessitat ed tho addition of studies that were before attalnablo only In a special school. There are now about 400 students at the Institution and tho enrollment grows slightly every class night, ac cording to the principal, Mrs. Ida E. Keblor. Two classes opened last nigh;, these being In English and nature study. Although the English class has no permanent teacher yet, there uro twenty-four students enrolled. A teacher probably will bo appointed by tomorrow night. There would be a much largsr reg Istratlon In the-English class If type writing wore taught In conjunction with stenogarphy. Tho course In stenography is fairly woll filled, but It was stated that If typewriters couid be obtained and that subject taught with stenography and English, a tnc ord attendance would result. Nego tiations with a, typewriter firm to furnish machines are said to be under way. . Miss Nannette Paul, head of thi 1'ni.l Institute, Is the teacher In the parli amentary law cluss, which Is j.rov Ing one of the most popular In the school. Thoro Is, however, accom modation for more students. This class meets on 'Monday from 7:30 to 8:30, and the common lnw rlnss fol lows Immediately nflir for an hour. The classes are not dependent on each other, but many take both subjects. Courses In short storv writing. J dramatics, and public speaking liavo upon asKPij lor ana prouauiy win ue added soon. Danny Maher, Jockey, Victim of Tuberculosis IDNDON, Nov. 9. Danny Maher. one of the mojt famous of American Jock' eys, died In a private hospital here to day of pulmonary tuberculosis. Cepr rfch't. till, by tb fVhtslcr Syndicate Ine. Charities Conference Plans Weekly Meetings Meetings will be held each week this winter by the central conference of the Associated Charities In Social Service House, 923 H street northwest, to dis cuss social problems and practical needs. A program for the winter months will bo outlined, by the conference to morrow night at a meeting In the New Wlllard. Addresses on Juvenile delinquency will bo mmlo by Judge J. Wllmcr Iatl mer, of the Juvenile Court; Mrs. J. P. S. Nellgh, of Neighborhood House; the Rev. John O'Gray and Dr. George 11. Ashley. Holy Cross College to Have Family Reunion Tuesday, November 14, will be cele brated as Holy Cross night by the alumni and students of Holy Cross Col lege, at Worcester, Mass. Alt alumni of the college are Invited to return, visit their old classrooms, at tend recitations, Inspect the new equip ment, and In general attend an "old family reunion" of tho faculty, students and alumni. Speakers chosen from those who have been graduated from the college will deliver addresses on the past, the pres ent, and the future of the college. Seek Missing Man. SAOON, Pa., Nov. 9. Search Is now being made for John Spaark, twenty three years old, who disappeared from his homo here about eight months ago. The young man's parents fear that he Is como to harm, friends and relatives have now begun a systematic hunt for Spark, In the belief that he U still living. 5HWb1AjlM I Ll s4vflsiK rSafe Milk 'of IifaBts & iBralids Substitutes Cel YOU SftfnaPrta A Nutritious Diet for All Ages. Keep HorHclc'a Always on Hand Quick Lunch; Home or Office. I n". Sunday Outing to Harpers Ferry tl.OO. to Martlnsburs 11.25. to Berkeley Springs J1.50, to Cumberland 12.00 and rAtllm Tin 1 I mnrsi Jt rlVili 1 TTmIah ' Station, 8:23 a. m.. Nov. 12. Returning the samo day. Advt. Baltimore & Ohio Plmllco Knees. Trains "Every Hour on the Hour." To Camden Station. Street cars direct to track J 1.75 round trip. Saturdays, J1.B0.-Advt. LOCAL MENTION. WE WOULD like to doubU your Income may weT The Mutual Life, Tho. P. Marian. ilgr.. Southern bide. Good terms to producers. The Sunday Evening Times has all the acknowledged advantages of evening newspaper circulation with none of the disadvantages of Sunday morning newspapers of many sections. A Single Application Banishes Every Hair (The Modern Beauty".) Here Is how any woman can easily and quickly remove objectionable, hairy growths without possible Injury to the skin: Make a pate with some pow dered delatone and water, apply to hairy surface and after two or three minutes rub off, wash the skin, and the hairs are gone. This Is a painless, Inex pensive method and, excepting where the growth Is unusually thick, a single application Is enough. You should, hew ever, bo careful to get genuine delatone. -Advt. Take Care of Your Teeth Sound teeth are more precious than diamonds. A tooth that has begun to decay can be made sound by my expert dental methods. Consult me today. All work painless anfl guaranteed for 20 years prices moderate. Examination Fred Easy Terms yVyyeeAr J My Patent Suction Teeth Will Not Slip or Drop $5 I GOLD CROWNS DIlIDOEWOniC Fillings. ROo to $1 p. In ireld. allier. nlntl- .. ...&. !.. I AJ1 4 AH K nji Dr. WYETH 427-9 7th Street N. W. Opposite I.anehursh & Bro. and over Grand Union Tea Co., Largest and Moat Thoroughly Equipped Pnrlora In Washington. Phone Main 4334. Houral 8 A. M. to 8 P .M. Sundays 10 A. M. to 4 V. M. jattHleMsilllllllllM apr .: Children's Eyes ', liVC YYCUKIIVU UlkVU uuvutups u. , ; an early ago. Parents- should ! ; bring their children to our Dr. ; ; Baker for free examination. ; ' Glasses, if needed, will be cor- rectly fitted at lowest cost. Pay 50c a week li you wish. Castelberg s, 935 Pa. Ave. MATINEES All Stfats mees 4- wmw'srmT evei 10c GARDEN isc EVENINGS All Seat AMERICA'S FAVORITE SCREEN STAR, CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG I!f "COMMON LAW m LOANS HORNING nttte.Va. leouth end of Highway Brldfe.1 Tree automobile from Ith and D eta. aw. MATINEES All SeaU EVENINGS All Seats li STRAND g TODAY AND FRIDAY VIOLA DANA "THE GATES OF EDEN1' No. 2-Katle Price In "A Warm Reception" mmmmP . UlCr m I mix Nothine in J the world was ever so yk. Delicious v as LOFFLER'S m m SAUSAGE Of All Kinds A Rare Delight with Hot Cake 1 100 Per Cent Pure U. S. Inspected and Passed. Sold by All First Class Dealers and at J Our Market Stands A. LOFFLER ! ProvisionCo. FACTORY, BENNING, D. C. pnenananananananaffpananaw iaTBrserTaiBliir j t3ansVfflsiSK lSp9sssssssssssssssssssssssssb1 IIIIIIIWPiwIPPp5S sHWsst safflBr r" rmrvF'tlmSm bHHHIIIIIIIIiiV A. tKMfTlPTMfT'BBIWMliBMBlft A sffSnaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB bHHHIIIIIIV aAjsWrnhnC? ' Itr I lsaaaaaaaaaWaWBIL TsaaaaajInlWssJH ' I I I BsBsBWWsfcMJsWslllllllllllllWl HUH HLji iijPBHMJiiilusi IH ..PSSKBKvA.H' SsflsWnslvUisHsHcsiiiiiiiiiH BnBBBBBBBBnBnK ai'TfiSSsBaVv'v'- .?0'Fl'flW:!' eAHMSnanan bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW. 'alheflBBBssS"4t.2'MiiilBByt'' -siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH Qpen Daily 8:45 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. Saturday. Open 8:45 a. m. to 6 p. m. $hujef &vjw- Don't Miss This Tomorrow Begins KANN'S ANNUAL NOVEMBER SALE Ivory Finished Toilet Articles' 4T At Prices Exceptionally Low! If you have Ivory Finished Toilet , Accessories in mind as Christmas gifts or you intend fitting your room, or the guest room, in White Toilet Articles get what you want from this sale. The .shortage in these lines is noticeably increasing1, and before very long you ill pay greater prices than ever before on the same things we are offering in the sale at such low prices Choose from IVORY FINISHED MIRRORS JJ lILl 98c $1-49 $1.98 IVORY FINISHED HAIR BRUSHES 49c 98c $1-49 $1-98 Alsd Puff JBoxes at 495 and 98t. Hair Receivers, at 49 and 98f. Nail Polishers at 49fS and 98. Candle Sticks at 49. Perfume Bottles at 25f, 49, 98. Salve Jars at 25t and 49 . Pin Trays at 49i. Comb Trays at 98. Boxes at 25, 49, 98. Standing Mirrors at 49. Files, Button Hooks, Cu ticles, etc., at 255 and 49. liarKaln Tables Street Floor. '. '. '.! .1 .1. .1. .... .1. . I.I I. Out They Go In a. Sale t Tomorrow 300 "Hurt" Books From the Popular K. C. L. Kann's Circulating Library Choice, T Copy . . ZjC An event that Is eaBerly watch ed for by the lovers of llctloii and particularly by thoce who desire to add these prac tically new (luiblished) books to their libraries, at iueh llttlo part of the regular cost. Kann'H Htrcct Floor. ..... . .!....... f Navy Blue and Black Serge in Tomorrow's Sale of Wanted iDressGoods Yard, AT Special, TTwC Included arc all wool, and part wool materials. Shepherd checks, stripes, batistes, nun's veiling, Henriettas, etc. 3G to 42 inches wide. Kann's Street Floor. Ml I I I I I I I I I I ... 'Panne Cloth" Petticoats Are the New and Very Popular Kinds for Wear Under Fall and Winter Frocks. Pretty styles, made with deep pleated flounce fin ished with fancy swirled niching in pleated effect; another style is made with pleated ruffle in tailored effect with scalloped ruffle finish. Colors are Russian green, burgundy, navy, Bel gian, and black. 34 to 40 inch lengths. rr Choice JUU JJTllUiffll 111 lwK xSvjf' i w- i a SATKKN AND IIKATIIBR BLOOM PETTICOATS ' Made with Van Dyke leated ruffle, In rose.battleshlp pray, emerald. UelRlan, nnd nuvy, finished with elastic at waist. Ql CfV Choice D.Ul SATUBN I'CTTICOATS. In a variety of styles. In black, Bel Klan. navy, Huxsian ircen, ame thyst, nnd pretty floral effo t. on black grounds. Lengths nrr 34 to 40 Inches. (PI ftrt Choice DJLUU UXTIIA SIZES. In all black petticoats, with clastic at waist, In n number of good styles. At $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 Kann's Second Floor. - -4Viii...ii-----"""""--"---'' TWO DAY SALE Friday and Saturday New Sample Shoes and Boots Several representative, up-to-the-minute factories have co-operated with us ta pive you an opportunity to secure wonderful (IQ 7Q values tomorrow, at pair tj)J I U Choice of shoes in colors, combination ef fects, and black; fn all leathers; and in a host of fine styles too numerous to mention in detail. All are sample, sizes 3, 3, 4, and Included are Shoes for Dress Shoes for Street Boots for Walkinpr, otc. ADDED to this offer are, two special lots of NEW FALL BOOTS, in LACE STYLE, in choice of Tan with Buck Tops, in new last and leather Louis heels; another style is in black kidskin with plain toe, light sole, and covered Louis heels. Kann's Fourth Floor. ' BBBHSlKUlfflni sjl BBBBSs-MnlfilUil JSBBBBBSBKrni&iSt jMsssssroorfw. jXvff Remnant Lengths of Outing Flannels and Wash Goods a fllion.. tn Rnvn mnnv tiAnnlfl that you will always have Rood u will And kinds that will bo k Also plenty of good length in o other garments for big and little. The OutlnB Flannels -ire In lengths from 10 to 20 yards. In strlneH and checkH In pink and blue effects combined with QSfjn whlto, a yard, tomorrow. ,OTt Kann's Street 'Floor. n tomorrow for practical materials se for. Among the wash goodB vou ood for mnklng Christmas' gifts, utlng flannelH for 'kimonos, and The Wnsh Goods Include values' up to 2Cc a yard, and consist of such wanted fabrics as 3'J Inch ginghams, plain colored, and fancy ginghams, 32 Inch romper cloths, and percales. To- 1A morrow, a yard J.UI "THE BUSY COHNEB" ? 2Catm om $c d 8TH ST. AND PENNA. ATE,