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li THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FftlDAY, ftoyEMBEfy 10,, 1916. , ITEMS OF INTEREST IN AND ABOUT TOWN News and Gossip of Washing I ton and Washingtonians f Tersely Told. r Orders for mustering of B troop of the President's Own," First Cavalry, N.G. D. C. tonlKht havo boon Issued by cipum l jioy Herron, command Insr officer of the company. Tho men are to' moot thp Government mus tering officer at tho Ii street ar mory at 8 o'clock. Sixty-eight mon must bo present to answer to tholr names when the roll la called In or der that tho troop pay be nccoptcd toy the War De partment. Tf I. probable that the excitement of pro Idnsed election . iH.. L1 .tako 8om Interest from the .iu.ior.Dui wun about eighty men .on Jl-roI!f; rccrulUng officers believe ih Su ta ""ouity in obtaining Chemical Society Elect. C. B. Hudson, of the Durcau of Chem istry, was elected president of the Chem ical Society of Wnhlngton at a meet V,.r.?t.th0 Cosmos Club last night E. C. McKelvy. of the Bureau of Standards, was chosen secretary; B. P. Dewey, of tha Bureau of the Mint, treasurer, and . B. Bosman. E. Ii. Phelpn. n. .. wells, and W. W. .Skinner, councilors. Trade Board Dinner. The executive committee of the Board of Trade will glvo a dinner at 6 o'clock this evening at tho Continental Hotel, at which it will have as its guests the membership commltteo of tho organisation. Record Beet Sugar Output Is Reported Tho greatest beet sugar output the United States has ever produced was reported today by tho Bureau of Crop Estimates. The production amounts to 918,000 tons an Increase of 44,buu over last year's record output. Tho United States, during the last live years, has consumed approximately 4,000,00 tons of sugar annually. Lehigh Club to Meet. Tho Southern Lehigh Club of Wash ington will give a supper tonight at tho University club, followed by a business meeting. $30.80 Chicago and Return, Balti more & Ohio, Nov. 11 to 13, valid for return until 20th. Trains morning, noon, cvonlng and nlKht. Advt STREET RAILWAY MEN D.ISCUSS RELIEF PLAN H. D. Crampton, Capital Traction Secretary, Makes, Address. H. D. Crampton, aecrofarv nf the Cap ital Traction Company, vras the princi pal speaker at the mooting of section 8, of the American Electric Railway Asso ciation at the Capital Traction Com pany's building, Thlrty-sixth and M streets northwest, last night, Mr. Crampton spoke on tho work accom plished through tho medium of the Capital Traction Rcllof Association. F. Morrill, president of the association, presided and named the following mem bers of tho organisation to compose a membership committee: C. B. Coonts (chairman), II. E. Armell, Harry Ureen, E. Cockrell, M. yons. J. Neeb, H. Thrift, Q. Blackman, F. II. Sparshott, and T. E. Miller. The program commit tee was also appointed, and Includes R. II. Dalglelsch (chairman), R. D. Blmms, W. ii. McCarty, C. O. Flynn, and II. P. Claude, whllo o entortalnment com mltteo Includes J. II. Dlerkln (chair man), H. D. Crampton, H. Darcey, and A. Darcey. A tenor solo was sung by Paul lllnes, and piano solos were given by Paul Proctor and J. Donovan. HYATTSVILLE. The trial of Claude Warren, of River dale, arrested Tuesday, charged with violating the elections laws, has been postponed for one week Upon request of J. Frank Ullard, counsel for War ren. Warren, one of tho Republican leaders of Rlverdale election district. Is alleged to havo had a facslmllle of the official ballot in hj possession. Tho three-act drama. "Civil Service," will be given In tho Masonic hall, hero, tonight under tho auspices of tho Me morial Methodist Church. HIGH SCHOOL CADET A chicken supper for the benefit of Holy Redeemer Church, of Berwyn, will bo held In the Knights of Pythias hall, that town, on the evenings of No vember 14 and 15. The Birmingham chapter. No. 28, Or der of the Eastern Star, will hold a ba zaar at Beltsvllle on the evening of No vember 17. The cadet band of the Maryland State College will give a concert tonight at 8 In the college auditorium. C. L. Strom is tho director. Quickest Service to Baltimore. Every hour on the hour. Baltimore A Ohio. 1.75 round trip. Saturdays and Sundays tl.EO Advt. OEFICEMUN ED Interest in Eleotion Returns Overshadowed Among Pu pils in Capital. tral High: quartermaster, J, II. Alden, uenirai mgn; aajuiam . irsi puliat ion, L. II. Oreenburg, Central High; adjutant Second 'battalion, S, V, Hardy, Eastern High. Central High School Captains, Howard Clssel). Samuel Cottrell, J, E. Raymond, W. II. Stokes, B. U Rich ardson, Raymond Thomas, E. A. Poyn ton: first lieutenants. II. S. Torbert. I. Q. Lord. F. J, Harbaugh, UU Sleg el, R. K. Day, S. Relchgut. R. Stein; The interest In the election returns In the schools was overshadowed today by the announcement of the high school cadet officers by Assistant Superinten dent of Schools Stephen Kramsr. Twenty-slx regimental and battalion officers and captains and lieutenants were named, following their approval by the military committee of tho Board of Education. McKlnley, Business, and Eastern each have a brlgado officer. All schools are represented in ths list of regimental positions. The colonel, already announced, is Wilbur Callahan, of Eastern, the ad jutant, C. A. Burner, McKlnley. and quartermaster, C. E. QUI, of Business. Tho other appointments aro: First Regiment. First battalion, Central High, Com panies A, B. C. D; Second battalion, Eastern High, Companies F and O; Western High, Companies II and L; Third battalion. Central High, Com panies E. I. K. Lieutenant colonel, D, It. Tallman, Central High; major First battalion, W. E. Shoults, Cen tral High: major Third battalion, H. D. Crlsweli, Central High; major Sec ond battalion, D. R. Cauldwtlf, West ern High; adjutant, A. A. Call, Ccn- second lieutenants, J. lackson, J. B. Cooley, M. Protas. B. M. .Coleman, V. A. Roborts, M. Wolf, R. W. Savage. Eastern High School Captains, Chauncey Slmerlng, William Mengert; first lieutenants. Willis Himler, Franklin Stewart: second lieutenants, Roger Baldwin, Franklin Speer. western High School Captains, Louis Prentiss. Edward Leasure: first lieutenants, Hugh Cummlng, Wells Buckingham; second lieutenants, Harry Walford, Fred Downey. Second Regiment. First Battalion, McKlnfoy Manual Training School, Companies A, B, and C; Second Battalion, McKlnley Manual Training School, Companies D, F, and H; Third Battalion, Business High 8chool, Companies E, O, and I. Lieu tenant colonel, II. C. Gillette, McKlnley; major. First Battalion, R. D. Ocssford, McKlnley; major, Second Battalion, H, B. Brumbaugh, McKlnley; major, Third Battalion, C. K, Berlin, Business; adju tant, 8. Stearman, McKlnley; adjutant, First Battalion, II. B. Hunt, McKlnley; adjutant. Second Battalion, S. W. Dodge, McKlnley. McKlnley Manual Training-Captains, D. W. Marshall, J. O. Byler. E. K. Ellis, F. Blanker, E.R. Fronch, and George Blssett; first lieutenants. M. A. Cohen, A. II. Wost. A. Banders. O. F. Stut, O. F. Bilsby, and W. L. Shearer; second lieutenants, C. P. Amaseen, E. Hansman, J. E. Boeder, E. B. English, Q. H. Lorch, and R. E. Graham. Business High Captains. D. II. Moore. J. C. Wilkes, and M. E. Hartley; first lieutenants, M. B. Tonkin. 8. Tay lor, and E. R. Dornoff; second lieu tenants, W. J. Tastet. K. C. Markward. and E. L. NoeUel. yw..wwwwwww Children's Eyes Eye weakness often develops at ', ; an early ago. Parents should ! ; bring their children to our Dr. : ; Baker for free examination. ; ; Glasses, if needed, will bo cor-; ' rectly fitted at lowest cost. Pay ; ! 50c a week if you wish. Castelberg's, 935 Pa. Ave. : MATINEES AU Seats 10c GARDEN i5c EVENINGS AU Seats AMERICA'S FAVORITE SCREEN STAR, CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG IN "COMMON LAW 9 EVENINGS AU Seats U0c STRAND i5c LAST TIME TODAY VIOLA DANA IN "THE GATES OF EDEN" No. 2 Katie Price In "A Warm Reception" imiiitiHiitiiiHfTTTgainnnnimiii HIRSH'S SHOE STORES, 1026-28 7th St. N. W. IIIHIIRpilllllllllj "It is certainly remarkable that Hirsh's can sell these Smart Shoes at $3.85 when most Women's Shoes at other stores are selling at $6, $7, $8 and $9" Women's and Grow ing Girls' Vlcl Kid English lace Sport Shoes with white soles and heels, blind eyelets, perforated vamps with white stitching-. $3.85 MIUl IJ U. .if 1 Women'a English sport shoes, In Tan Russia Calf: blind eyelets; low btoad heels. $3.85 We hear many expressions of this kind in our store every day. Natural feminine outbursts of en thusiasm, inspired by the sight of our tremendous display of high-grade footwear at the modest price of $3.85. The style range embraces both staple models and novelty creations reflecting the newest Fifth Avenue style ideas as fast as they are de signed. At $3.85 you may select from our widely varied stock of new Fall models, which includes Battleship Gray with white tops. Mahogany Tan with white tops. Battleship Gray with champagne tops. Havana Brown. White Nu-Buck. Patent Colt with white tops. African Brown with champagne tops and dozens of other smart colors and combinations. YOUR CHOICE ONLY III I II II I It I it I II I I I f R Women's Patent Colt boots with white Nu buck tops; plain toes and 1-Inch Louts leather heels. 93. 85 few! NMi ikl'" iclWit Women's and Grow ing Girls' 17-eyelet Lace Shoes In Tan or Gray, with sensible low English heel. $3.85 $3.85 JPl Women's Battleship Gray boots, with plain toes and 2' Inch Louis leather heels. $2.85 t nKk BTiBBBBBBBBBBBBBsLl $TV aBSSSSSSJMUVK. Women's and Grow ing Girls' Patent Colt English lace Sport shoes with white solei and heels, perforated vamps and blind eyelets. $3.85 An unusual value Women's and Growing Girls' English Tan Shoes at in 7 H II A ( II Jr II $2.95 Made of Itusala .Calf; brond heels: 14 eyelets: forated tips. An excellent vaiue. V low, per- H & J) ( Women's genuine Nu buck boots: 17 eyelets; 2-Inch Louis leather heels; white soles and heels. $3.85 t -v . vm ! SlUsea and Children's School Ic I Shoes In Patent Colt with Kid J T and Cloth tops; also V Gun Metal Kid and JLjj-nX rioth tops. "Little fHHMB. Tretco" make. IHHHkta Sizes 5 to 8 l.t J,1' 5BfiSlzoa &A to 11 fl.-IO Sizes 11H to H S1.70 Sizes 2H to 8 S1.05 HIRSH'S SCHOOL SHOES For Boys and Girls are built on the proper lasts to insure perfect com fort for their feet and permit natural growth avoid ing foot troubles in years to come. They're also sturdy, stylish, and economical. A 1IIO I1UVING OPPORTUNITY IN now i:fii.isn fuioiss In Gun Motal leather. Mothers will appreciate the savings to be accom pihri y buying- these shoes for their youngsieri. inoi only Is tho Initial com low, hut the shoes will out wear by far any other Fhoes on the market, "fcially priced at tfw V3 V $1.95 Washington's Fastest Growing Shoe House "STonsiPinnTEn" Shoes for Hoys A lucky purchase enable! Ui to offer the thoroughly rvlcable thnei at theu .low price.. Made with bel lows tollman, 2 buckle), and waterproof. "Little Men's" sizes, 9 to 13VS. S1.05. Sizes 1 to 6 f 2.3.1 I m lllillimil Illlllllimilllllllllllllllii uirshs SHOE STOVES M JL 1026-28 SI.N.W, Bst. K&L Dont Miss This Sneela Offer In Misses' High-Cat Ilntton and Lac& Shoes at $1.95 In gun metal and Patent Colt, with dull tons. Tin and plain toes. Sizes 11 to 2. A biff money savins: value. I T") m' J i i J J 1 s2) TTTTIItHltHinHUTinhlTTTTTTTTTTTTlHh IHiBSfflS "Gentleman Burglar" Is Put to Rout by Woman JPlTTSBUnOH, Pa., Nov. 10.-The Gentleman Burglar." for the second time In a week vlsltod the Colonial Hotel, and as on his previous visit It was a woman's room ho entered. The burglar who has not forgotten any of his politeness, attemptod to crawl through the window Into the room on Baltimore A Ohio I'lmllco IUces. Trains "Every Hour on the Hour." To Camden Station. Street cars direct ?B0rA&t. r0Un(1 trlP" Satudr, iho seventh floor, occupied by Miss Marlon Carroll, a dancer. Miss Carroll was awakened by a footstep, and seeing a burglar about to enter hor room she screamod, "Don't get frightened, lady,1 me iniruuer ae you leolared. "I will not molost During his conversation he continued to crawl through the window, but ,when Miss Carroll Insisted on screaming, the Intruder retraced his steps and drew his body through tho window and escaped by jumping on to an adjoining building. Playing Safe. Old Practitioner Well, how did succeed with your first diagnosis? you pront ny my aavico7 Tho Young Doctor I think I did, sir. I told the patient that he was suffering you Id from a combination of liver, stomach, heart, lung and brain trouble. Old Prnctltlonor Goodl No chance of a mlstako there. LOCAL MENTION. Reliable Denttatry. Years of Experi ence, thousands of satisfied patients. Dr. Vaughan'a, 807 7th St. N. W. WB WOULD like to double your tncom may wet The Mutual Life, Tho.. r. Morian, Msr., Soutborn bids. Oood term to produc.rt. The Sunday Evening Times has alt the acknowledged advantages ot evening nowspaper circulation with nono of tho disadvantages of Sunday morning newspapers of many sections. Open 8:45 A. M. '' .g..i.itiia. ' '"''' - Open Until 6:00 P. M. Saturday Close 5:30 P. M. tfct-cf a $huUy 3aM& ' '' 1 .....-----.-T - . T-....f.,T,.tTT..t..yt..t.t , t t g t ,tt lt, !. I. .... -"" 1 Opportunity Came Our Way and We Throw the Door Wide For You Also 3 A Special Purchase "P nfsm,iu.ntof Uresses a Small Lot of H Unusually Smart Styles, BllllU? Tnflnninrr Samnloa $ I4 Raas I VV W 1 ! rt v lnciuduiK oampies. and a J Small Cancelled Order of I Another House, Giving Us I the Best Values of the Sea- son, so far, to Sell at the price Materials are peorgette crepes, satins, velvets, crepe j de chines, and serges. j Black satins with almost the whole bodice of Georg- ette crepe, Georgetet crepe sleeves, and the skirt of the two I materials combined; with satin collar and cuffs, fancy j sleeves. Combinations of velvet and satin, dresses all of vel- vet, made in double tunic style, with new basquette bodice. i Charming new Redingote effects and straight pleat ed effects. Colors are brown, blue, green, light and dark gray, and black. All sizes but not all sizes in all styles. Kann's Second Floor. . ......'........ ii ,........ i. ........ . . . .i . i . . . i ..... . ..i i ... . The Season's Big Sale Felt Slippers IWe Ordered Them Months Ago, Therefore Can Make This Extra Offer for This Lot al 3. X 3.11 Select from Juliettes "E Z" Slippers "Comfort" Slippers Exceptional quality in every pair of these Slippers when you sec them you will instant ly recognize them as identical with those selling at higher prices. ANTICIPATE NOW YOUR CHRISTMAS REQUIREMENTS. l7Qc Women's Juliettes with fnr trlmmlnic. Ill hluc, red, mixed gray, llKht Bray, maroon, tilnck and brown, with flexible leather soles and low heels. P.YIll ............ . ' 79c Women's "K-7." Slippers. In smoke, Delft, brown, tan, led, and old rose; with paddod soft leather soles and cushion r7Q insoles. PAIR IXJKs . I..... .... . . .....,. . . .... i Women's "Comfort" Mliiper. In black and Bray, with fliNlb'e leather soles and low heel'. rjQn I'AIIl ItL Bargain Table ptreot Floor. . ' '.' .'-. Saturday, Special Sale Old English Gold Initialed Writing Paper and Correspondence Cards ll Tomorrow Box Kann'fl Street Floor. Check Your Saturday Needs and Supply Them From Tomorrow's Sale. Toilet Accessories 10c 5c 50c I'M 1 lilt ..--... t.Mti.i.t.,!,.,!.!.!....!.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.!.!.,.. An Unsual Chance to Buy Black Broadcloth Skirts At $5.95 Take advantage of it tomorrow, be cause the opportunity is rare. The quality of the broadcloth is excellent, the styles are the very latest; well fit ting, smart appearing models that are very chic in this lustrous black broad cloth. Other materials are taffeta silks, plaids, and gabardines. Pocket trimmed, belted back, and other effects, in black and navy. All sizes, plenty, of' the large sizes to select from. E i ni Jm 1 Kann's Second Floor. Hnowberry'a Floating Bath Soap; 4 cakes for... Munyon's Witch Hazel Soap; special, cake ..., Woodbury's Facial Soap; special, 3 cakes for Pear's Unscented cake This Attractive Candy Menu For Saturday ed soap; -fc Walnut Chips, a pound '. . .30c sanitoi Tooth Powder 1 o Peanut Butter Puffs, at a pound- ,30c nd PaBte; choice L&C , , , ,,,, t- . nocoiare riavorea marsnmauow ruage, a pound. .3Uc Special box of Chocolate Covered Cherries, pound in a box, at 39c .39c Sur- . 5c 29c 21c 15c Physician's and peon's Soap; cake' Java nice Face Powder; special, box Dora Face Powder; all tints; box . .. Earl Peroxide Cream; special, Jar Hlnd'a Honey and Almond QA Cream; for 0Jl 1 lb. can Welch's Talcum .Q,, Powder: special tC Earl Cold Cream and Witch Hazel Soap; 3 cakes for 1 lot Tooth Brushes; special Kann's Street Floor. Special box of Assorted Chocolates, lb. in a box at. rvuiiu n oircct r joor ....-.. "THE BTJSV CENEB" we 4& 2&ttm mt0 OI0.1 iuc 8TH ST. AND PENNA- AVE.'