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THE WASHINGTON HERAT. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2 191X.
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Leg Iamb, lb 12i2c
lb. .., 12V2c
loin Iamb Chops, lb.. 18c
Eib Iamb Chops, lb.... 20c
Shoulder Iamb Chops,
Fresh Hams, lb 15c
Corned Hams, lb 15c
loin Pork, lb 14c
loin Pork Chops, lb... 15c
Bound Steak, lb 15c
Sirloin Steak, lb 16o
Sausage, lb 15c
Holly Brand Sausage,
Sliced Bacon, lb 20c
Scrapple, lb 10c
Perfection Mincemeat, lb. 12c
BUTTER AND EGGS
Ayrshire Fresh Elgin Creamery Butter, 1-lb. prints.. 37c
Brookfield Butter, lb : 39c
Millbrook Eggs, extra selected and graded for weight
and size ; in sealed cartons, doz 30c
Selected Eggs, doz 27c
IABRAD0B HERRING, 3 for '. 10c
SMOKED BIOATERS, 3 for 10c
FANCY MACKEREL, each 5c
OLD DUTCH MARKET, Inc.,
The Mattel of
IRC M(M f
For Sale In Petworth
Nos. 901, 903, 905, 907, 909 Allison St.,
4405 8lh St., and 603 Taylor St. N. W.
$200 Cash. Balance Monthly.
Near Soldiers' Home.
Tou will And these attractive and appealing
to you, and the best location In Washington for
a home. Containing every feature that can be
secured In a 5,500 home, and In them we are of
fering1 the greatest inducement ever heard of to
the people of Washington to buy a home.
In order to start the ball rolling we are going
to sell 907 and 909 Allison St. for $3,530 each; the
others will follow at 4,500.
SEE THEM SEE OS, Is All We Ask.
A. 0. HOUGHTON & CO.,
635 F STREET
TRANSFER BUI UP.
nimlRsloners Will Announce Their
Projrrnmme Next WccU.
he Commissioners will announce early
.1 -week -what form of unUersal trans
- legislation they will support at the
mlng session of Congress Yesterday
they submitted to Corporation Counsel
Thomas transcripts of the proceedings of
the two hearings Jield on the transfer
subject Mr Thomas tvIU consider the
bill framed by the universal transfer
conference and the measure drawn up by
the Commissioners, and will then make
such recommendations to the District of
ficials as he sees fit
Charles W. Darr. chairman of the con
ference, will probably announce on Mon
day the date of the big mass meeting to
be held this month for the purpose of
arousing een greater interest in the
transfer moement Mr Darr and other
members of the conference will soon con
fer with Senator John D. Works, au
thor of one of the transfer bills; Repre
"ntatUe Ben Johnson, of Kentucky, and
other prominent Congressmen with re
spect to the transfer legislation
Sir Robert Ball calculates that In early
times our tides were over 600 feet high.
DISMISS CONSPIRACY CHARGE.
Justice Anderson Takes. Action In
Case Against Thomas "Winn.
Justice Anderson yesterday dismissed
the charge of conspiracy contained in
an indictment against Thomas Winn and
others to obtain money from the West
ern Union Telegraph Company by al
leged forged money-order telegrams.
In dismissing the charge the court
sustained the contention of Attorneys
M. F.. Mangan and William Bradfield,
for the accused, that the indictment
failed properly to allege the crime with
which the men were charged. District
Attorney Wilson noted an appeal for the
government. Those count which direct
ly allege forgery and uttering of coun
terfeit telegrams were held sufficient by
the court, and the men will- be tried on
Reform School to Be Enlarged.
On the suggestion of Mrs. Laura A.
Olney, of the Woman's Interdenomlna
tlonal Missionary Union, the Board of
Charities has included In Its estimates
for the next fiscal year an Item for the
enlargement of the Reform School for
Girls, so as to make provision for the
reception of white girls.
United States History
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CROSCBP'S HITEI STATES HISTORY
With Synchronic Chart
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GIVE SUPPORT TO '
Indorse Movement for Cify's
Two citizens' associations the North
west Suburban Association and the
Park View last night gave their hearty
indorsement to the movement of The
Washington Herald, looking toward
the enactment of pension legislation on
behalf of the men who guard the lives
and property of the District At both
meetings it was pointed out that the
crusade for pensions was not an appeal,
but a demand for justice that has long
WANT QUICK ACTION.
The Citizens' Northwest Suburban As
sociation adopted a resolution favoring
the Immediate enactment of pension leg
islation for firemen and policemen.
The resolution was Introduced by Cur
tis M. Smith, who made a strong plea
for the policemen and firemen. He said
that It was an outrage that the pension
fund should depend upon the prevalence
of crime for existence, as at present.
Several other members of the organiza
tion spoke in behalf of the measure.
A resolution, introduced by Fred J.
Helder. was adopted, favoring a plan
whereby the annual expenses of the Dis
trict water department shall be paid out
of the general District appropriation bill
upon the half and half system. This ques
tion was freely discussed and was passed
without a dissenting vote.
The association adopted a resolution
scoring the District Commissioners for
their refusal to rescind the recent order
providing for an Increase in water rates.
The measure was introduced by Dr. A. M.
Ray, who spoke In strong denunciation
of the action of the Commissioner's.
Because of the attitude of tho Commis
sioners upon the water rate subject, the
association decided not to send a rep
resentative to the hearing to be held in
the board room at the District Building
at 10 o'clock this morning.
William B. Ireland Introduced a reso
lution, which was unanimously adopted,
urging the erection of a branch of the
Public Library at Tennallytown out of
the Carnegie branch library fund.
Nctt Secretary Chosen.
Alexander J. Towell was elected secre
tary of the association to succeed George
R. Payne, who recently resigned. As Mr.
Yowell held the position of treasurer.
Prof. Ireland was elected to succeed him
to the treasurersblp.
The movement of The Washington Her
ald was also given strong Indorsement
by the Park View Citizens' Association
The association had previously adopted
resolutions favoring the legislation, and
last night reiterated its stand on the
President John C McGrath and dele
gate to the Citizens' Federation was
directed by the association to use his
Influence in forwarding the pension mo e
ment through the medium of the federa
tion. The association adopted a resolution in
troduced by Dr. Crane, one of the lead
ing members, opposing any change In the
organic act of 1STS, which is the au
thority for the half-and-half financial
plan upon which the District is maintained.
PE0F. GAITS SEES NAVAL MEN.
German Balloonist Explains Plan to
Fly Across Sea.
Dr. Paul F. Gans. the German balloon
ist, who proposes to try to fly from the
coast of Africa to the shores of the
United States In a dirigible balloon.
called at tho Navy Department yester
day to request that vessels of the navy
be ordered to co-operate with him in his
attempt to cross the Atlantic.
It Is likely that a scout cruiser and
one or two fast torpedo destroyers will
be detailed to watch for Gans and his
dirigible if he gets near these shores.
Assistant Secretary Beekman Wlnthrop
requested the aeronaut to put his request
in writing and submit It to the department.
Dr. Gans Intends to make the start
from the Canary Islands some time next
Litre of absence fcr two months, to take effect on
or about December 9, 1711, with permission to
go Derosa ut tea, u granted Cart. JAMES A.
LOGAN, Jr. rcxnmisMrr.
Ma, LETCHER HARDEMAN, caralrr. Is detailed
for serriee. In the Quartermaster's Department,
to take effect Norember 30, 1911, rice MaJ.
FABBAND SATBE, Quartermaster, who is as
signed to the Msth Caralrj.
Each of the following earned second lieutenants of
tho Coast ArtHlery Corps rrccntlj appointed
irom citu uze. wtin rani irom September
1911, is attached to the company hereinafter
WALTER SMITH, lfih Company, Fort Mott,
HUGH J. KNEBB, Fifty-eighth Company. Fort
GEORGE F, HUMBERT. Sixth Comrear. Colum-
oom Batracn. unio.
ARTHUR W. FORD. Thirty fifth Company, Wash'
lngtcn Barracks. D. C
REUBEN N. FERLET, Fbrtr-first Company, Fort
JOSEPH R. CTGOK. Sixty ninth Company, Wash
Ington Barracks, D. C.
JOHN H. BIBDSALL, 165th Company, Fort Mott,
The following-named second lien tenants recently ap
pointed from ctrll life, with rank from the dates
Indicated after their, respextire names, an as
signed to the rrcdmenU as Indicated:
Bio Xi Ellington, September 3, Mil. Third CaT-
alnr: Herbert R. Jailor. September 29. 1911.
Sixth Caralry: William M. Grimes, September
3. HU. TsreUtn UTaur: Henry J. SL Smith
September 2J. 19U, Twelfth Caralry; Vincent
Meyer, Beptember 3, 1311, Second Field Ar-
tiUery; xuwara M. uicxs. September a, IJ1I,
Fonrth Field ArtHlery: Alfred O. Thoraason.
September . mi Fonrth Field Artillery: John
P. Edgrrly. September 3. 1311, Second In
fantry: Lindsay McD. BUresUr. September 59.
1911. Second Ipftntry; Leonard T. Gerow, Sep
tember S. 1911. Nineteenth infantry; atom D,
Marphey. September 39, 1311, Twrnty-aerenth In-
.faster: Kormaa W.- lttk. Beptember 29. 1911.
Thirtieth Infantry, and Mord P., Short, Sep
tember 9, uu, Twniy-aecona inrantry.
Leara of absence for foor months, with permission
to co beyond the , 1 (ranted First Lieut.
JOHN SYMINGTON, caralry. rmaaalmfd.
Leave of absence for one month, to take effect on
or abort December 1. KU, la ennted Ueat- OoL
ELMORE F. TAGQABT. Fourth Infantry.
Comttaadtr.R. R. BELKNAP? detached duty North J
im-aw, w Mw-f enrtcsw v. emwi, 4177 jv
paroneot, naa&acioa, v. u.
Lieut. CoBBaaadtr ft. V. J3RAHAHt detached duty
aal iauw, Aaasaeus, ,., oeoemser ,
UU, to Alls' Bho4 hiad a eMOTtlta fcfflcov
Xiwfe D. IV WWAl.r U1 :ty Hartford.
is dot Maral Aaiiwmr. AwntnoUn " Md.
UtBL-Osaisr .) If. 0- JttXOX, eUctea dcty
bawm smm Mtiimrwu. flnrnpoas, Ma., sad
mmmttd laam three sssMhs.
HPtU B. TA)ISlSMWir,Hil, DUCM JIpeB
ttrt etlreet Hat, efassceis of the nary frow
AatMaatsmstar A. H..XATO. aetaaked duty
'ttMU ut lasajftil aad Assmuta. Nary Dt-
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DESOEHES ITALY OF TO-DAY.
A'rthnr Stanley Rlsrsa Lectarca Be
fore Geographlo Society.
A large audience of the National
Geographlo Society filled the auditorium
of New Masonic Temple yesterday after
noon to hear an Illustrated lecture) on
"Italy of to-day" by Arthur Stanley
Rlgga, traveler and author.
Mr. Rircs. who lived six years in Italy.
described tho Grand Canal of Venice, the
Bridge of Sighs, the Palace of ten Des
demona, where Othello waa wont to
boast of his deeds of valor, and the city
The lecturer showed a remarkable pic
ture of the Campanile taken a few mo
ments before its collapse, and explained
that while the photographer was almost
killed, the plate escaped with only a
crack. One hundred and fifty beautifully
colored views were shown.
Husband in Prison for Em
bezzling U. S. Funds.
Cincinnati, Dec. L Mrs. Nanna B. Eg-
gleston was granted a divorce from
William H. Eggleston, former superin
tendent of the United States money order
division of the Cincinnati post-office, to
day by Insolvency Judge Warner. The
sole ground on whloh the separation was
granted was that Eggleston Is serving
two-year senetence In the Federal
penitentiary at Fort Leavenworth, Kans.,
for embezzling government funds.
Neither Mrs. Eggleston, who Is em
ployed In the department service at
Washington, nor William H. Eggleston
appeared In court to contest tho case.
Judge Warner waa able to grant the de
cree without either party being present,
because the law makes confinement in
a penltentlsry a valid ground for divorce.
Attorney O. B. James, representing the
wife, presented to the court the origi
nal volume containing the marriage rec
ord In this country, Including the minis
ter's return thereon, showing that they
were married In 1S3L That established
the fact of marriage. An official state
ment signed by the warden of the peni
tentiary that Eggleston had been re
ceived there constituted the case, and
the decree was granted. Mrs. Eggleston
was awarded the custody of their six-year-old
GETS WHITE HOUSE JOB.
Sherman Allen, of the Nevr Yorlc
Herald, Named Chief Clerk.
Sherman Allen, of Vermont, has been
appointed chief clerk of the executive
offices of the White House, succeeding
Rudolph Korster. who has been pro
moted to the office of executive clerk.
Mr. Forster has been in the White House
for several years, and his salnry will be
Increased from J4.000 to $5,000 as a re
sult of the promotion.
Mr. Allen was formerly private secre
tary to Truman H. Newberry, former
Assistant Secretary of the Navy. For
the Inst several years Mr. Allen has been
a member of the Washington bureau of
the New York Herald.
The work of the executive offices prob
ably Rill be redistributed, in order to
relievo Secretary Hllles of the routine
duty he has formerly been burdened
with, so that he will have time to de
voto to questions of policy.
Director of Navy Yards Named.
Secretary of the Navy Meyer yester
day announced the appointment of Rear
Admiral A. B. Wllllts to the new posi
tion of director of navy yards. Capt.
E. Thelss will be his assistant.
O S. DpL nl Arricnltore. Weather Bureau.
Washington, Friday, Dec. 1. 19118 p m.
It will be wenewbat colder Saturday ntsht in tho
Middle AtlanUc States and New England, while
otct the mnalnder of the country temperatnre
chances win not be decided.
Midnight, 36, J a. m., 31; 4 a. m., 32; t a. m., 34;
S a. m., 33; 10 a. m , 40; 11 noon. 44, 2 p. m.. 4S;
4 p. m.. 48; S p. m.. 45, 8 p. m., 42; 10 p. m , 40
Highest, O, lowest, 30
Relatire humidity- a. m.. S3; 2 rv m , 3S; 8 p.
m., K Hour of sunshine. 81. Per cent of possi
ble sunshine, M.
Temperature tame data last year Highest, 33;
Temperature in Otner Cities.
Temperatures in other dUea. together with the
amount of rainfall for the twenty tour hours ended
at 8 p. m. yesterday, are as follows:
Max. MIn. 8 p. m. fau.
Asherille. N C. &2 3
Atlanta. Ga 52 44
AUanUc City. N. J 33 42
Bismarck, N. Dak 34 24 23
Boston. Mass 48 32 40
Buffalo. N Y 40 30 38
Chicago. Ill 3 3
Cincjnnati, Onto- 44 28 33
Chcjenne. Wyo 43 21 40
Datenport, lows- 45 30 33 ....
Galieston. Tex. 60 44 M
Helena. Mont, -
Indianapolis, Ind 33 28 34 0 01
JacksonTille. FU M 32 48
Ksrsvis City. Mo 52 3G 43
UtUe Rock, Ark 62 54
Los Angeles, Cal 88 58 70 ..
Memphis, Tenn E8
New Orleans, La.
Omaha. Nebr 52
Philadelphia. Pa. 41
Pittsburg, Ta. 42
Salt Lake City, Otah 40
St. Louis. Mo
8U Paul. Minn. 3
San Francisco. Cal M
To-day High tide. 43 a. m. and 4 S3 p. m.; low
Ma 1I1-1T a. n. and 1135 n. m.
To-morrow High tide. 53) a. m. and 5 U p. m.;
low tide, UCS a, m.
Condition of tno Water. k
Special to The Washington Herald.
Harpert Ferry, W. Va.. Dec L Potomao and
Shenandoah both dear this errulcg.
"wTTllitn Mulvaney, S3, of Lewlnsvllle,
Va.. and Dollle F. Rogers. 27. of New
York City, N. Y. Rev. J. Harvey Dun
ham. Leslie J. Bodiner, 21, and Ida M. Sey
mour, 19 both of Front Royal, Va. Rev.
H. V. Hewlett. . .
Morris J. Malickson, , and Lena Gold
Met. 21. Rev. M. R. Noelson.
Baron H. de Reinach-Werth. S3, of Al
berta. Canada, and Diane Morgan-Hill,
27. Rev. Edward I Buckey.
Thomas W. Cockrlll. 22, and Madge E.
Riley. 2L both of Warrenton, Va. Rev.
Donald C MacLeod.
Louis It Fleming! 28. and Mario T.
DlamoiuK "22. both of RocheUe, Va-
Richard. A. Garrett. 24, of Wllalngton,
Del . and Martha A. Williamson, 22. Rev.
S. H. Greene. -
Theodore F. 2&y. 27, and Bettie V.
Martin. 3 both of .Richmond, Va.. '
Thomas-JL Doty, 22. and. Ruth it. Bur
ton. avSe.Vj, W- I. McKtney. ' v.
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good little boy or girl accom
panied by a guardian to one J
story book with pictures in
colors 1 Good only for Satur
day, December 2, 1911v Pr
sent in Toyland Basement
THREE FAIRLY GOOD CIGARS
The Men's Wear Store Treat To-day.
$4.75 for $5.00 Robe or Coat
Equivalent to Three Fairly Good Cigars.
1 10 Discount
One-tenth deducted from
price marked on any $7.50 to
$25 House Coat or Bath
From London come the
more expensive Velvet and
Cloth House Coats and
Smoking Jackets as do the
Terry and Blanket Robes.
New York's leading maker is
represented in Blanket Robes
at $7.50 that have all the ap
pearance of the imported
costing $10.00. Note the com
bination of colors and the silk
and .wool cord and girdle all
typical of the imported.
To-day a grand exposition and
sale of Gentlemen's Bath Robes
and House Coats.
An entirely new collection
gathered from the famous makers
at home and abroad.
Bound to no individual or firm, the expert of
the "New Men's Wear Store has picked the
world's best. From one maker in London come
Smoking Jackets, famous for perfection of fit
and style. From an American firm come "Bea
con" Blanket Bath Robes at a modest price,
looking as good as the most expensive imported
From everywhere where merit is earned
comes a collection of House Coats, Smoking
Jackets, and Bath Robes such as Washington has
never known before.
A HINT TO SWEETHEARTS AND WIVES
Why Not Secure "His" Christmas Present To-day Here?
Several 2-ACRE LOTS in the DISTRICT
Within 2 SQUARES of CHEVY CHASE CIRCLE
Nothing of the kind offered before in this desirable locality.
Each tract containing about 15 suburban lots. Chance for a few
mutual friends to purchase adjoining "Home Sites," and at the
same time buy at wholesale price and get away from the small lot
FULTON R. GORDON
Specialist Suburban Realty,
WM. H. RITCHIE, Manager,
Colorado BIdg. Tel. Main 5231
STOLEN JEWELRY BEC8VEBED.
Detective Erani Arrets Alleged
Thief In QnlcU Time.
Before the family of John Bouder, at
124 Randolph street northeast, had
missed $100 worth of Jewelry from their
home. Detective Harry Evans, of the
Sixth precinct, arrested the alleged-thief
and recovered the property. James Has
lam. twenty-eight years old, of 12S D
street northeast, confessed, the police
say. that he entered the Souder home
and stole the Jewelry.
Haslam was arrested while trying to
dispose of the Jewelry In the downtown
section of the city.
Wolf and Annie Schrock. girl.
Antonio and Giadta DIgiorajnantonie, boj.
Edwarf M. and Nellie Baker, girl
Francesco and Teresa Selrscsio. nU
George A. and Beulah K. Bedhead, girl.
John a and Mabel MansuT. boy.
Percy . and Mary E. Selby. boy.
Jamea V. and MarcU A. O'Qonnell. girt.
Charles A. and Msry G. VsaCfa.
William W. and Maggie M. Hjert, girl.
Daniel and Naomi G. Johnson, boy.
William C. and Barah J. Fischer, boy.
Henry H. and Laura M. Haieo. boy.
Morris snd Ceila Bilberman, boy.
Louis and Bacbael Waskow. boy.
Charle W. and Elizabeth a Porter. Jr.. girl.
J. Murray and Margaret Taylor, boy.
Harry M. and Mary L. Wilson, gin.
Hsrry C. and Gertrude L. Rollins, boy.
Nsthan and Lena Llnaitcii. boy.
William I. and Catherine O. uegnin. boy.
John B. and Aimle M. Gleaaon, boy.
Harry M. and Ida tt Cooper, boy.
Charles W. and Emma M. Btang. boy.
James E. and EUa V. Proctor, boy.
Jacob and Johanna Iscli, boy.
Ellas and Athena Joseph, girl.
Morris and Bode Btdn, girt.
Bamnel P. and Mary H. Boemmerman, boy.
James C and Ethel Wilfong. boy.
James P. and Myrtle V. Cbgan, boy.
Abraham and 8arah B. Knrpaaw. boy.
AquilU A. and Martha E. 8mitb, boy.
Toeeph S. and Mary E. Parker, boy.
William and Ellzs Hawkins, girl. 4
Jonathan and Msmia Johnson, boy.
Cornelius and Sadie Orrtis, boy.
Albert C. and Lydla Dixon, boy.
Charles and Mandy Wre. girl.
James Van Xeas and Louise Cross, boy.
Louis and Rachel Jackson, girt.
Philip and MarionJt. Mulligan, girl.
Walter-lnd Jennie Jones, girt.
Capital and Ondlrtded Profits Orer fl.MO.oeO
your deposits can have are.
insured when you patronize
We offer every depositor
the protection "of financial
.strength and uniform con
scrvatisrn. r .
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i i5n both large and small Accounts.
and Trust Company,
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Georre E. Hoffman. 67. Wash. Asylum Hosp.
John F. Dries. S3. 1210 K sC ne.
Hattia Massarl, 57. Proridence Hosr.
Reuben J Tope. 72, Casualty Hosp.
Welieta Rocke, 28. George Wash. Unlr. Hosp.
Ludnda Rowiee, T8, 1M7 P st. nw
John H. Saunders, 82. 1C5 S St. nw.
Elmer Kaunce, 33, 8iby Hosp.
Frank Glrton. X. Georgetown Unir. Hosp.
'Vnillam J. Conway. 32. Tuberculosis Uosp.
Maude Bodemer. 37, Sibley Hosp.
Carl Lehnert. 10. 162 6th st nw.
Catherine May Fowler, 13 days, 1C2 'Wis. are. nw.
James Cogan, IVl hours, 2233 10th, at. nw.
Wallace Moore, 68. Sheridan rd . Anacnstia, D. O.
Sallie Carter, 63. Viuh. Asylum Hcsp.
John Aood, 43. Wash. Asjlum Uoku.
Todd Mozee, 47, Proridence Hosp.
Hsnnah A. Jones. 8, 1123 Connors cL nw.
Rachel Carter, 24. Columbia Hcsp
Ella Reed, 13. 1330 12th st nw.
Henryette Wood, 20 days. IS D at. sw.
Edward Banks 2 days, Freedmen'a Hosp.
Rebecca B. Sunms. 11 hours, 1S2J Wlltberger st.
Helen Lee, 1 month, 223 9th st. nw.
John n. Itnnna Appointed.
The appointment of John B. Hanna, of
Belalr, Md , to be collector of Internal
revenue for Maryland and Delaware was
announced at the White House yesterday.
Oary One "BROMO QUININE," that is
Laxative JJrorao Qmnine
OcTW a Cc4dla OneDay.Cripln 2 Days
Pflnth Tear. Day School Opens Sept.
tTMrfit Hfhnol mntlncM THROUUU
OimosX Abo INDIVIDUAL COAUllING.
Boys and Girts, seren
years upward to coUeg
alen and Women.
cess. College Prapar.
II tlon under experts.
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ABSHIPS. in?. OFF HhQULAR l'UICESI
Ustslocues. Certmcatf admits to coUege.
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ELOCUTION and SINGING
Mrs, EMILY FRECH BARNES,
143 Eleventh St. jr. E. 'Phone line. 1T3D.
Sbortbaad, TypeTrrltlns;, Ensllah.
14S-R St. N.AV. 'Fhose M. 4844.
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BOTTINEAU On Friday. December 1.
1911. at his residence, 212 A street
northeast, JOHN B, BOTTINBAU. in
the seventy-sixth year of his age.
Funeral from "Wright's undertaking es
tablishment, thence to St. Joseph's
Catholic Church, Second and C streets
northeast, where services will be held
at 9 o'clock Monday morning; Decem
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GRISWOLD-On Friday, December 1.
1911. at her residence, 633 Morris street
northeast. MARY A., beloved wife of
William A. Grlswold.
Funeral from her late residence on
Monday, December 4, at 2 p. m. Rela
tives and friends Invited to attend.
Interment at Qlenwood Cemetery
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HOFFMAN On Thursday, November 30,
1311. at 2:2a p. m., after a painful ill
ness. GEORGE E. HOFFMAN, in the
sixty-eighth year of his age
Funeral services at F. Geier's Sons'
chapel. 1113 Seventh street north
west, Saturday, December 2, at 2 30
p. m. Interment at Prospect Hill
Cemetery. Relatives and friends In
vited RAND On Wednesday. November 29,
1911. at Concord. N. H.. of heart
trouble. H. L. RAND, brother of Pay
Director Stephen Rand. U. S. N.
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