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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. JVIOtfDAY. OCTOBER 16. 1911.
Preaches on Religious End of
rOLmCAL SIDE "FEATUEED"
lltv. Enrle Wllfley Say Xtwi
paper 3Ien Profess Amaicmcnt
find Sbotv Slirns of Distress that
Italy Should So Abosc Turkey.
"Wishes Christian Arms Success.
Newspaper and magazine editors were
handled In an uncomplimentary manner
by Itev. Earle Wllfley, pastor of Vermont
Aenue Christian Church, in a sermon
he preached last night before a large
congregation, taking for his subject
"The religious aspects of the Turko
"Most editors." said the preacher,
"profess amazement and show signs of
distress that Italy should so abuse poor
Turkey. They don't know what they're
talking "about. They merely look at the
political side of the question: they don't
to deep enough: they forget that there
Is a religious question at the bottom of
the whole trouble. It gives me a pain;
It makes me sick."
"Wishes Them Success.
Rev. Mr. Wllfley said that the Moham
medan has been persecuting Italy and
Christianity for the last 1.600 years and
that if war must be he wished the arms
of Itals- Catholic arms, true: but yet
Chlrstian arms success in their under
taking. "Germany wants war with England."
paid Rev. Mr. Wllfley. "Germany wants
India and she wants war as soon as pos
sible. German- has her emissaries In
India inciting the fanatical Moham
medan forces against the English gov
ernment Germany wants to send her
soldiers against England in India and
thus bring about the fall of the Brit
"Gen. Kitchener, England's greatest
general, was sent to Egypt to see that
the power of Turkey must be maintain
ed, because it is this country which
holds the key to the political situation of
Europe, and is by far the best diplo
mat of all the other powers, with Russia.
. close second."
WILL CELEBRATE FREEDOM.
"Washington Ntb-om to Commem
orate Abolition of Slavery.
In commemoration of the forty-sixth
anniversary of the adoption of the thir
teenth amendment to the Constitution,
which abolished slavery, a big celebration
ia being planned by the negroes of "Wash
ington. Plans for the event are being arranged
b Rev Dr. Simon P W. Drew, pastor
of the Cosmopolitan Baptist Church.
President Taft, former Senator John B.
Ilendeison. Dr Booker T Washington,
Senator Moses E Clapp, Senator Charles
Curtis, Representative Caleb Powers,
Senator W O. Bradley. Representative
Samuel McCall, Cardinal Gibbons, Will
lam Jennings Bryan, Speaker Champ
Clark, former Speaker Joseph G. Cannon,
Vice President Sherman, and other prom
inent men have been invited to make
VETERANS WILL CONVENE.
Confederates of Alrclnln Meet nt
Newport !eirs To-morrow.
The Confederate Veterans of Virginia
Will hold their twenty-fourth annual re
union at Newport News. Va . to-morrow,
"Wednesditv. and Thursday, and it is an
nounced that the meeting this year will
be larger than am held In recent years.
Washington will be represented at the
convention by tlip Harry Hcth Camp.
No. 117 The members expected to attend
the convention with the local camp are
Edward I. Jones. Thomas W. Hunger
ford. J C. Haas. John T. Callaghan. R.
S. Dcnnv. John II. Walsh, S. J. Rey
nolds. H II Marmaduke, Robert W.
Hunter, W. P. Young, D. C. Grayson,
end J C Sims.
DROP SATCHEL CASE.
Takomn 11thorItIcs I. nek Clem to
With no clews to the party or parties
who left the bodv of an Infant In the va
cant house of Henry Scherger, at Ta
koma. Md.. and which was found, part
ly mummified, in an old .satchel several
days ago. SherlfT Viett. of Montgomery
County, and Mayor Piatt, who have been
working on the case, decided last night
lo abandon the Investigation.
According to Mayor Piatt, the house
has been vacant .since last February,
Bnd It would have been easy for any
one to enter the building.
Knockers" to fSIsc Ilnmiart.
Members of the Knights of Momus will
Five a banquet Thanksgiving evening for
tne wives and women friends at Rausch
ers. Chairman of the standing commit
tee.-, are- F. A. Kidd. arrangements; II.
II Humble, guests; I. J. Rowe. printing;
11. r bauter and M. N. Serrano, enter
tainment: U. C. Vogt and B. F. Bo
dinc, reception, and D. A. Glllln. press.
"Vnrrosrly Escapes Gas Death.
Miss Annie Capron. sixty years old, of
1404 M street northwest, had a narrow es
cape from being asphyxiated yesterday
while cooking breakfast over a gas stove.
She was picked up unconscious by rela
tives who discovered her lying on the
kitchen floor and sent to Emergency Hos
pital. There she rapidly recovered, and
"will go to her home to-day.
Capital and Surplus, $2,300,000.
Interest paid on ALL accounts.
Every Dollar of Your Surplus
will work for you con
stantly if deposited in bank
ing dept. of this company.
Interest paid on all accounts; .
deposits subject to check.
Union Trust Co..
EDWARD 7. 3TELLWAGEN. PrestooU.
IStfa and n mts. If. W.
ABE BABTIff SATS:
Folks that cr quick t order cr
generally slow t' pay.
Tipton Bud wants' t' sell his farm
as th' exercise is too violent.
FOR FIRE VICTIMS
Captains and Privates to Act
More than seventy firemen, all that can
be spared from various companies,, will
march behind the caskets of Capt. Timo
thy J. Brown and Private Michael A.
Downs, who were killed beneath a 'fall
ing wall in the early morning fire Satur
day. The double funeral will be held to
morrow morning at 9 o'clock from St.
Dominic's Catholic Church.
Company Capts. Sullivan, Rossetter,
Oulahan. McConnell, Hanlon, and Mc
Lean will be pallbearers for Capt
Brown. The pallbearers for Private
Downs will be Capt. "W. F. Lanahan. Pri
vate G. "W. Cecil. Lieut. T. Buckley, Pri
vate M. D. Murphy, Engineer C. Weisell,
and Private C. D. McCaulIey. Battalion
Chief C. B. Proctor Is in charge of the
funeral arrangements, and conferred with
the families In the choice of pallbearers.
Rev. Father Kennedy will officiate at
tho services at St. Dominic's, and at the
graves at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Both
of the dead firemen leave wives and chil
dren. The men of No. 4 company and
No. 6 company will send floral tributes,
and letters of sympathy have been ad
dressed to the widows by Chief Wagner.
DAILY COURT RECORD
(Saturday, October 14, lOll.)
Court of Appeals.
Alignments for October 18:
No. 23. Union Sarins Bank ts. Carnegie Trust
Company et aL Attorneya. Siddona Miner.
No. SSZ. National City Bank ts. Banker Trust
Company t al. Attorneys. Lambert Minor.
No 238. New York Continental Jewell Filtration
Company ts. Jones. Attorneya, Harden Doyle.
Douglas & Obear.
No. Z3X Carriden ra Middletos et aL Attor
neys. Bailey Jsckson.
No. EM. American Security and Troat Company
ts. Rudolph et al. Attorneys. Johnson Thomas &
No. Z36. Marsh. Kenyon et aL Attorneys. O'CaBa
fhan. Bride fc Smith CDonogbu & Kenyon.
No Z3C. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
ra. Duke. Attorneys, Terkes & Biroey-Lambert &
No. E98. Newbeck r. Lynch. Attorneys, Carter.
Tcpe & Howlett Tobriner.
No. 2X0 Le Foe ts. Corby Company. Attorneys.
Hamilton, Yerkes & Hamilton McKenncy. Flannery
No. SOL Kosack ts. Johnson. Attorneys, Conrad
Thomas & White.
No. J. fnited State ts. Ilalitead. Attorneys.
Equity Co art IS'o. 1.
CniEF JUSTICE CLABAUGO.
Assignments for October 38:
No. 2SL Hartman ts. Hartman. Attorneys, Roth
child & Dins-Wolf.
Motion No. 13. Hotnetmer ts. Frasier et al. At
torneys. Rosenberg -Lrckir, Cox & Kratz.
Equity Conrt So. -.
No. 230. Murphv ts. Baltimore and Ohio Ball-
road Coinrany Attorneys. Chorea Hamilton.
Motirn No. Z. Bhrerr. recelrer. ts. upuiJnfr
tlon Company. Attorneys, Lerch A Williams Perry
& Son and Dnnlop.
Mution No. M. rrall ts. Trail. Attorneys, WR
Clrcnit Conrt lte. 1.
Assignments for to-day-No.
6S. Ihinland ts Washington Fost Company.
Attorneys, Tucker. Kenyon tc Macfarland Lambert.
No 15 KaTeney ts. American Security and Trust
Company, eiecutor. Attorneys. Hoorcr Nathaniel
Wilson. C. It. Wilson, and Bride.
No. 31 Brown rs. Colden & Co. Attorneys,
Downing. Berry & Jeffords Darlington & Johnson.
No. 37. Tlbbeta ts. Lincoln et aL Attorneys.
Leekie. Fulton & Cox Ralston, blddons & Richard'
son and Thomas.
No. 9. Wilon TV Thompson-Starrett Company.
Attorneys. Tucker, Kenyon & Jlacfarland Slemaa
No. 1 Dyer A. Co. re. Ilarris. Attorneys, Mack
No. 6S. Wllllngham ts. Harries. Attorneya. Tep-
prr A t.usack Cltungs A Cfcamberlln.
No. S3. I swell ts. Dcicnman. Attorneys. Gardi
ner Maedel 4c Lester.
No. 93. Bunch ts. District National Bank. At-
tomeys, Darid Tucker, Kenyon & Maefarland.
Circuit Conrt no. 2.
Assignments for October 16:
No. 82. Hayes ts. Melrllle. Attorneys. Jeffords
& Beall German & Illdout.
No. M. Carrill ts. Warwick. Attorneys. Gardiner
No. BO. Terry ra. Washington Railway and Elec
tric Company. Attorneys, Gardiner & Reilly Dtr-Una-ton.
No. US. Barross. 4c., ts. Doront Oarage Com
pany. Attorneys. Rldout Lester ft rrice.
No. 1M. Cnllember ts. Washlnrton Railway and
Electric Company. Attorneys, Gardiner Darling
ton. No. 110. Forrest ts. Smith. Attorneys, Lelrhton
& Williams Hamilton, Yrrkea & Hamilton.
No. lli Eaber ra. Nicholson. Attorneys, Sim
mons ft Zabel Carrirurton. ,
No. lit, Webster & Co. ts. rararlnl ft Wyna.
Attorneys, Hamilton, Yerkes & Hamilton Clajett.
Criminal Conrt Ho. 1.
Assignments for October 18:
United States ts. John Jones.
United States ts. Bang Kee.
Criminal Conrt No. S.
Asslmmenti for October 11:
'o. 1. Warner ts. Costlnett. Attemeyi, HtriH
Blmey & Woodard.
No. 2. Wrecn n. Bryict. Attorneys, GtrtrurT
WtUlamscn. No. 3. Dnnont Gartta Comramr ts. Dixon. At
torneys, Hicks Hume.
No. i. Hendlej ts. Boudtr. AttarcejT. Ktsle-?
No. 6. Lswson ts. Oppcnheinrr. Attorneys.
No. L Cralchrid n. KordbcS. Attoncya. wnsoii
No. z. Bcrcn ft nueos ts. Bmlth. Attemrra.
No. 3.' Amy ts. Bacas. Attorneys. Paladlnl ft
rtke decry ft Gles.
no. 5. Oonens Bros. ra. lAoyd. Attorneys.
Bnlldtnar a HydroplaBC.
Newport, Oct. 15. A pupil of Cast
Hugh Ii. "Wllloughby Ordinary Seaman
Daniel R. Mackaey-ls engaged In build
ing a hydro-aeroplane at the Naval
Training Station here. Officers and men
are gfving the young- roan every possible
assistance. Hackney's eriterprUe makes
him the pioneer aviator from the ranks
or tne enlisted force of the aav:
Howard's President Plpads for Re
Declaring that the gradual elimination
of religion from the curriculum Is chang
ing the attitude of the college-bred man
and defeating his humanitarian mission
In life, Bev Dr. Wilbur P. Thlrkleld
Jesterday afternoon pleaded for the re
habilitation of religion as a part of the
educational course. Dr. Thlrkleld ad
dressed a large gathering of Howard
University students at the vesper serv
ices in Bankln Memorial Chapel.
"If our cities with great foreign popu
lations are to be reached and uplifted
and the nation brought Into a larger and
higher life," said Dr. Thlrkleld, "men
from our colleges, dominated by the re
ligious spirit and consecration to the
helping of humanity, must be sent for
ward. "The great body of students formerly,
in denominational colleges ar,e now In
great State universities under public con
trol. Religion Is given a lesser and lesser
place each year; athletics and tho com
mercial spirit dominate." In conclusion
the speaker said: 'Tho old colleges sent
out men dominated by religious enthusi
asm, such as Wendell Phillips and George
William Curtis, men who could gather
In the hay field and promulgate a move
ment, the American foreign missions,
thut enlightened the continent."
EAUY AT McKENDEEE.
Methodist Preachers Address Ep
The annual rally of the EpWorth
League of McKendree Methodist Episco
pal Church was observed In tho auditor
ium of the church last night with a
special programme of music and speeches
by prominent Methodist preachers.
The recently organized choir of the
church, with B. L. Vlpond as director,
rendered several sacred selections. Sev
eral soloists assisted. The principal ad
dress was delivered by Rev. J. Howard
Wells, pastor of Mount Vernon M. E.
Church South, who was followed by Rev.
T. T Mowbray, pastor of McKendree. J.
Louis Frantz, president of the McKendree
League, was In charge of the "exercises.
PIANO COMPANY'S NEW HOME.
W. F. Frederick Sow In Piano now
In G Strret.
The new home of the "W. F. Frederick
Piano Company Is one of the most com
plete establishments of its kind in the
country. In the very center of what Is
now Washington's piano row. in G-etreet,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth, or to
be exact. 1212 G street. Its five floor
Heht hrlrk front riresents an Imooslng
appearance, which Is only Increased by
a visit Inside. True, the interior has not
yet been completed In decorations, nor
have the final arrangements of pianos
been made, but the arrangement of va
rious piano salons on several floors Is a
most happy one.
The Frederick Piano Company Is the
exclusive representatives In this section
for some of the world's best makes of
pianos. The Knabe, the Hardman. the
Ludwlg are nams known all over the
musical world. The Autotone and the
Knabe plyer-plano hold a similar com
manding position among player-pianos.
These instruments occupy separate sa
lons In the new Frederick Building.
Knabe pianos are shown in all their va
rious styles In a Knabe showroom. Hard
man pianos likewise. Hardman Auto
tones and Knabe Player-pianos are on a
floor devoted to players alone, and make
a very Imposing display. This firm spe
cializes in player-pianos, carrying many
A-new department Is that of the Vlctor
Vlctrolas, where those instruments are
shown In numerous sizes and grades, and
a stock of every record made ny the
Victor Company ond every one of them
fresh and new.
Tho igrowth of the Frederick Piano
Company has been remarkable. Begin
ning twenty-flve years ago In a little
burg In Pennsylvania, Mr. W. F. Fred
erick planted tho seeds which have
grown Into a great corporation capital
ized at JL230.000, and operating more than
fifty establishments in different cities,
their main warerooms being Pittsburgh
Cleveland, and Washington.
In tho formation of this corporation
D. G. Pfciffer. of this city, who has been
a piano dealer here for twenty years,
took an active part, being a personal
friend of long standing of Mr. Freder
ick, and was rewarded by being elect
ed vice president of the corporation and
manager of the Washington branch.
Mr. Pfelffer's ability, both In the prac
tical and the musical branches of the
piano business, and being considerable of
an advertising writer, has contributed
no little to the success of the corpora
tion as a whole snd of the local branch
The Frederick Company expect to have
a formal opening later In the fall, but
before then a visit to this newest piano
establishment will be well repaid.
0. B. Drpt. cf Acricnltare. WrauW Bomo.
Washlnston. Sandar. Oct. IS. 1911-8 n. in.
It will be colder Mwdar aftrrnoon or ntzht In
th Writ Gulf Stairs and warmer Tuesday orcr the
interior atancts wrst or the Itodrr Mountain.
Storm warnings are dUpIajtd en feln Michigan
ana superior, except at Sialt Saints Marie.
Midnight. M.!i m.. 55; i a. m., Mj 6 a. m., 5;
8 a. m., 55; 10 a. m., C7; 12 noon. 60; 2 p. m., 2;
t p. m., 63, n. rn., 57; g jt m., 56; 10 p. m., 58.
jiaxrmum. m; minimum, 51.
Relatire humlditjr-8 a. m.. 90; 8 p. m., 93. natu
ral! (8 p. m. to 8 n. m.), 0.02.
Trmreratnre tame dato last year-Maximum, ;
Temperatures In Other Cities.
Temperatures in other cities, tocether with ths
amount of rainfall for the twentr-four hoars ended
at 8 p. m. rcstcrdaT, an as follows:
Max. Min. 8 p. m. falL
Ah-rille, X. C 76 8 M
Atlanta, (la 82 C 78 ....
Atlantic Citr. X. i 64 M 58
Bismarck. N. Dak 64 46 60
Boston, Mass. 58 50 56 0.16
Buffalo, K, Y 64 M 60
ChleafO, 111 C 60 60
Cincinnati. Ohio.... 68 54 64 0.3
Cheyenne. Wro 38 34 28 t.2Z
Darenport. Iowa. ... 68 42 64 ....
Denrer. Colo.- 50 44 SO
Dcs Moines. Iowa 72 4! 63 0.68
Galrettcn. Tn........ M 76 80
Helena. Mont 52 42 50
Indianapolis, lnd.... 66 48 62
Jacksoorille, Fla 84 66 TS
Kansas City, Ho 82 60 68 0.48
Little Bock, Ark 82 64 74
Los Anctles. Cal -.... 82 53 TO
Msrqnette, Mich 5S a 52
Memphis. Tenn M 61 78
New Orleans. La. K TO 74
New York. N. Y. 62 54 56 0.02
North Piatt. Nebr. 52 52 C 0.22
Omaha, Net 74 H 62
Philadelphia. Pa 56 ,48 54
Plttsbonr, Pa. 66 54 62 0.54
Portland, Me CO 40 54
Portland, Oreg.... TO 62 68
Bait Lake Citr. Utah 52 33 50
St. Louis, Mo 82 53 74 0.02
St Paul. Minn 56 it 52 0.28
San Francisco, Cal 80 58 80 ....'
Bprtnc&ld. 111... 74 58
Tacoma, Wash. 88 .. (4
Tarps Fla 88 63 SO 0.01
Txlir High tide. 228 a. m. and S JO P. ra.; low
tld, 93 a. m. isd J.-O p. m.
To-BMCTOw Hlath tide. 3.-40 a. m. and 416 n. in.;
low tide, 10:38 a. ra. sad 1039 p. m.
CeadttlOB of the Water.
SpecUl to The Washtocton Herald
cloudy and Shenandoah sUsally) dondy.
TO-KALOH WHITE BRANDY
A pure. grape brandy, preferred by
housekeepers for brandylng peac
and preserving- fruit ef all kinds,
TOKALON WINE CO.
Most Wonderful of All
Famous Broadcloth Sales
StartsThis Morning at 80'Ciock
Fine. Imported Chiffon Broadcloths, Black and All Colors, 52 fo 56
Inches Wide, Worth $1.75, $2, $2.25, and $2.50 a Yard,
The colors are Coronation, king's blue, porcelain, old rose, wild rose,
violet ash. fox. Copenhagen, amethyst, mouse, wistaria, whortleberry, ma
hogany, wilhelmina. sandalwood, catawba, royal purple, damson, cactus,
anthracite, burgundy, olive, reseda, chamois, tans, gray, navies, browns,
greens, reds, champagne, pink, peach, apricot, oyster, light blue, and many
other pretty shades; also fifty pieces of black.
Remember, these cloths will be on sale on big bargain tables in 8th
street annex this morning at S o'clock sharp. The place, Lansburgh
fe Bro on 7th street between D and E streets: and also remember you
are buying fine Imported Chiffon
caw eiiieiy iuw jjwi:u ui ?ou.
The Herald's Around the World and
Good for One
Good only If presented at The
aate. (n. B. Trim tne uiaasts ncsuy lor nuns; purposes.)
ENTRANTS FOR WORLD
TOURS MAKE BIG GAINS
Contestants' Vote Scores on Another Page Show Many
Changes in Relative Positions Next Vote An
nouncement Will Appear Wednesday.
A rainy day does
tS not deter- the can-
yOOSg . dldates In The Her-
VCxOatV aid's 'round the
yssrjMBE; world ana Europe
j3$i&KfriiS'' tour contest from
JrrSsfSssaKa v.a1 ivltt nnA
the ballots and
Into the tour de
partment Just the
On another page
of the paper the
vote scores of the
positions In some
of the districts have changed, and some
of the very latest entrants have made
such starts as Indicate that they will be
at the top of their respective districts
when the next vole announcement is
made next "Wednesday.
Some new aspirants are entering tne
field, and some of the ones that were
far down the list on the first publication
will have forged up several rungs of the
ladder of success.
The dates set for the publication of
the vote exhibit are Mondays, "Wednes
days, and Fridays. The votes will be
counted three times each week. AH bal
lots turned In up to 12 o'clock noon on
Saturdays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays will
appear In each respective succeeding vote
Word of Advice to Bntrnnts.
Those cnadldates who have started
their campaign for votes and have not
secured the Instant co-operation of their
Will Wed Ararentlne Army Officer.
New York, Oct. 15. Miss Ethel Catlln,
a young girl of twenty-three, who is
said to be prominent In Western society,
but will not tell the name of her home
city because her parents are Ignorant of
her plans, will be married to-morrow
nleht at the Cafe Boulevard to Capt.
Cnrlo Echevarrla, thirty-five, of the war
department of tho Argentine uepuoiic
Robert P. Taller. 55, Conduit road.
Ann E, Spauldinj;, 87, St. Catherine's, 1st and K.
a are. ee.
Terranee Creamer, 92. 427 P st. nw.
Dorothy K. Bailer. 3. Episcopal Heap.
Charles U Tmltt. 19. 116 5th at. se.
William K. Van Vleck. 1 month, 1034 6th it. ne.
Ann Gordon, T2, Wash. Asylum Hosp.
iMirU 8mith. 1, 3 ChampUIn place nw.
Margaret Thomas, 63, 1331 Wallace placo nw.
liar Ball, 9. Freedmcn'a Hosp.
Mar E. Murphr, 42. 134T 18th st. nw.
Annis Matthews, 6B, 4 C at. sw.
Edward W. Bhorter, I?, 1230 M st. nw.
Bessie White. 39, Tuberculosis Hosp.
Mildred K. lint. 1 month, ISO Wjlie conrt.
GEORGE P. ZDRH0RST,
301 K. CAPITOL ST.
Telephone Lincoln SZ.
an ! t niTnnt. In nWm anil hlahest is
memorial character. Moderate prices.
Vnanes j. uuiurst, .ig.
W. R. TUKPHREY & SON,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMEBS,
153 Jourteecth street nw.
CharcL 'PhcBS North SBfld
J. WILLIAM LEE, Foaeral lTlrecifo
ana Kaoanaer. UTcrr in cocnccuw. ."
Chapel and Modem Crematoriom. Modest priecs.
sos STSisviraiuai arm, nw. Actw . -
WH. H. SCOTT,
46B ElKhth'rat. e. Llae.
Of Srtry DMeristitt-Uetetblr Priced.
010. C. SEATTHE;
BstetlfBl nasal Psslfsy TetrwtagpiMt ia prist,
I Msk. Ma art M.
Broadcloths worth up to $2.50 fqr the
ncrnld ofllee on or before the above
friends, as they had expected, should
not be discouraged In this, the very be
ginning of the race. They will find. If
they carefully look over the list of the
ones near the top, that those are the
candidates who visit or write the tour
department the oftenest and talk over
their prospects and get the advice and
suggestions of the tour managers.
Those who havo not had the Instantane
ous success that they had looked for
should remember that the public at
large has not had time as yet to become
as enthusiastic as the candidates. The
latter will have to wait until the race
assumes more the aspects of a race.
Nothing worth while Is ever won by
falnt-heartedness at the beginning, and
this race tor a tour around the world
Is Just beginning. "Stlck-to-lt-lveness,"
properly applied. Is the word to let sink
Into your efforts, and the results will
be manifold before the contest Is many
Get Up Arnonfr the Leaders.
Another thing to remember Is this
That there Is a tremendous prestige to
be had by being up among tho leaders
In your district. Your friends will see
that you are endeavoring to win, and
that will stlmulato their efforts In your
behalf. "Nothing succeeds like suc
cess' Is an old and trite saying, and
It directly applies to the work of an
aspirant for a 'round tho world or a
MORAL Turn In your new subscrip
tions as fast as you receive them, so
that the paper can be started and the
coupons from them can be cut out and
voted for you.
AFFLECK-On Sunday, October 15, 1911.
at 12:30 p. m.. at Berryvllle, Va.,
Mrs. MARCELLA AFFLECK, widow
ot v. j. ArnecK.
Funeral and interment at Berryvllle,
va., Tuesday, octoDer 17, at 11 a. m.
CUNNINQHAM-On Saturday, October
14, 1911, at 10 o ciock, a. m.. ueorqe
F. CUNNINGHAM. In the eighty
sixth year of his age.
Funeral from the residence of his
daughter, Mrs. Charles W. Henshaw,
1KB East Capitol street, Tuesday aft
ernoon, at 3 o'clock. Interment at
DOUGLASS-On Sunday, October 15. 1911,
Mrs. JOSEPHINE CURTIS DOUG
LASS, widow of Dr. John Hancock
Douglass, of New York.
DE LASHMUTT On Sunday. October
15. 1911. at 5 p. m., SUSIE R., beloved
wife of Ellas E. De Lashmutt.
Funeral services at her late residence,
1423 K street northwest, on Monday,
October 16, S p. m. Interment Tues
day, October 17, In Mount Olivet Ceme
tery, Frederick, Md.
FERRIS The ' members of Washington
Council, No. 224, Knights of Colum
bus, are advised of the death, on Sun
day, October 15, 1911, at his residence,
25 V street northwest, of Brother
FRANK M. FERRIS, and requested
to attend the funeral services on
Tuesday morning, October 17, at 9
o'clock, at St. Martin's Church, North
Capitol and." T streets northwest.
George R. Repettl, G. K.; Dr. A. D.
Wilkinson, F. S.
HARLAN-On Saturday, October 14, 191L
at his home, in Washington. D. C,
JOHN MARSHALL HARLAN, of
Kentucky, husband of .Malvlna Shank
lln Harlan, and son of James and
Eliza Davenport Harlan; born in
Boyle County, Ky., on the 1st" day
of June, 1S33.
Funeral services will be held aL the
New"" York Avenue Prebyterlan
Church, In Washington, D. d Tues
day; tho 17th day of October. 1911. at 2
o'clock In the afternoon Tho Inter
ment will be private. (Louisville,
"New York, and Chicago papers will
McKEE On Sunday. October 15, 1911.
Mrs. ADA LYNCH McKEE, widow of
Otis W. McKee, and sister of Mrs.
John F. King.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
TRUITT-On Saturday. October-14. 1911.
at 8:10 p. m., at his residence. 116
Fifth street southeast, CHARLES
LEWIS TRUTTT, nged nineteen years,
son of the late Rev. B. P. Trultt.
Funeral from First M. P. Church,
Fourth street, between E and G
streets' southeast, Monday, October 18,
Bl i4JU p. 111.
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Trains from tbe Southwest antra H3 a. m., 1020
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An information Fourteenth street and New York
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CHESAPEAKE & OHIO LINES.
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COMMEECIAL HKE INSTJEANCE
COMPANY OF THE DISTEICT
Notice Is hertby giren to stockholders of ths
Commercial Fire Insurance Company of the District
of Columbia thst a rpedal meeting will be held
at tbe company'a offices, rooms (33-836, Southern
Building. Washington. D. C.. on the MTH DAY OF
OCTOBER. 1911. at 430 o'clock p. m.. for tha par
poee of authorizing a futtber increase In ths capital
stock of said company, orer its present and author
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NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF LICENSES-OF-flce
of the Assessor of the District of Colombia.
Washington. D. a. Oct. 9. B1L Notice Is hereby
giren that on tbe 31ST DAY OF OCTOBER. 1911.
will expire all licenses lamed by the Assessor of ths
District of Colombia to sDothecarles, auctioneers.
automobile storage warehouses, banks snd bankers.
bilpoaters, billard. pool, and other tables, bowling
allers. rrtmrietora of barrooms, brewers and brewers"
agents, boarding houses, public baths, medhrms, dalr-
Toyants. palmlsta, Ac cattle dealers, commission
merchants, cigar dealers, building contractors, car
riage and wagon makers, confectioners, dealers In see-end-hand
personal property, dealers In markets, deal
ers in fireworks, dealers in gasoline, deslers In kero
sene oil and oils of lik grades, distillers, fuel huck
sters, florists, proprietors of hotels, employment
agents, Inrestment companies, proprietors of publia
hills mhlln rarts llrerr stables, laundries (steam
and hand), land and ImproTtment companies, railroad
ticket brokers. resUoranta and eating houses, real
estate agents, proprietors of slot macmnes, proprie
tors of theaters, undertakers, and wholesale Honor
dealers. All persona desiring to contlnoethe abote
descrlbed business cr professions most prompetly re
new their licenses. WM. P. RICHARDS. Assessor.
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