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THE'. WASHINGTON HERALD, MONDAY, DECEMBER ,1911'.
NOW A POWER IN CHINA.
Ready for Christmas.
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Store Opens at 8 A. M.
Thousands , of
Gift buying is easy at the Top
ham store. Here you will find
hundreds and hundreds of Inex
pensive gifts In leather that any
one would be pleased to receive
on Christmas morning.
LADIES' ARM BAGS,
and hundreds of gifts in
Velvet Arm Bags,
In all the popular shades, with
ions coras ana tas
sels; the very newest
Collar, Cuff, and
Made of solid leather, in all late
popular shades; the newest gift
thing for men at sensible prices.
Ladies' Beaded Bags,
In a large assortment .
of colors, of the very Tk 7 XT M
All our leather goods made in
our own factory in this eity and
guaranteed to give satisfaction
or money back.
A deposit will reserve any
article for future delivery.
1219 F Street.
Wishes to teH you FREE
How She Stopped
Her Husband's Drinking
By all Mean Write to Her
and Learn how She did it.
For over 20 years James Anderson of 57
Elm Ave., Hillbum, N. Y., was a very hard
-irinker. His case seemed a hopeless one,
but 10 years ago his wile
in their own little home,
gave him a simple
remedy which much to
her delight stopped his
To make sure that
the remedy was respon
sible for this happy
result she also tried it on
her brother and sev-
i eral of her neighbors.
-' It was successful in
evervcase. None of them
as touched a drop of intoxicating liquor since.
She now wishes everyone who has drunk
enness in their homes to try this simple
remedy for she feels sure that it will do as
much for others as it has for her. It can be
given secretly if desired, and without cost
she will gladly and willingly tell you what it
is. All you have to do is write her a letter
asking her how she cured her husband of
drinking and she will reply by return mail in
a sealed envelope. As she lias nothing to sell
do not send her money. Simply send a letter
with all confidence to Mrs. Margaret Ander
son at the address given above, taking care
to write your name and full address plainly.
fife earnestly advise every one of our readers
vcho wishes to cure a dear one of drunkenness
to write to this lady today. Her offer is a
sincere one. )
PURSUES THIEF IN HOME.
J. W. Orr Folia Uurdnr in Jump
A -wakened by a noise early yesterday
morning. J. w. Orr discovered a man
stalking through the rooms on the first
floor of his home, at 422 K street north
west The burglar Immediately made for
a window. Orr pursued him and noticed
the man carried a gray overcoat which
he recognized as his property. Three
crisp Jl bills were in the pocket of the
He made a lunge at the escaping burg
lar and. according to the story he told
the police, managed to land a blow on
the man's body as lie jumped from the
window. The man readily recovered him
self, however, and made good his escape.
RY MURINE EYE REHED
For Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Exes
"d GRANULATED EYELIDS I
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Elks Auditorium Crowded at
Alexandria, Va., Dec 3. Annual me
morial services of a very Impressive char
acter were held to-night by Alexandria
Lodge, No. 738, Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks, in honor o Its deceased
members, four of whom passed away dur
ing the year 1811.
The services were attended by a largo
crowd, the auditorium of its home being
taxed to its capacity.
Representative Augustus O. Stanley, of
Henderson, Ky.. delivered the annual me
morial address, which was listened to
with close attention by his hearers.
He took for his subject Charles Alger
non Sidney Vivian, founder of the order
of Elks. The speaker said this man
started it fifty years ago in Baltimore un
der the name of the "Jolly Corks," and
his greatest ambition in life was for the
happiness of his fellow man. The speak-
erer paid a glowing tribute to the car
dinal principle of the order charity
which he declared was dispensed with a
willing hand at all times. A resume of
the order was then given.
The hall was very prettily decorated for
the occasion, and the members of the or
der occupied seats on the stage. The
stage was banked with palms and ferns,
and the background was of American flags
and purple, the latter the Elks' colors.
Suspended above the stage in the back
ground was a large clock dial with the
hour hand pointing to eleven, significant
to all Elks. During the progress of the
ritualistic work of the order eleven strokes
were given, after which the names of the
deceased members of the order, twenty in
all, were called by the secretary. W. II.
Donnelly. As .each name was called a
stnr which was suspended In the back- !
ground was lighted, and at the end all
twenty stars were illuminated by twenty
Incandescent lights representing eternal
Directly above the stage was suspended
a wreath of white immortelles, on which
was written in purple letters, "Absent
Brothers." Entwined in the wreath was
a large Elk head.
The various chairs of the officers scat
tered, at points throughout the hall were
surrounded by arches entwined in purple
and laurel leaves, which, with tiny In
candescent lights, made them very attrac
tive. Mottoes of the order in white im
mortelles with blue letters were suspend
ed above each chair as follows: "Char
ity," "Justice." and "Brotherly Love." On
the window sl'ls throughout the hall were
decorations of palms and tiny ferns.
During the evening musical selections
were given by an orchestra, under the
direction of Prof. Leon Cohen, of Wash
ington. The programme given follows: "A
Knight for a Da"," Erblatz; opening
ceremonies. Brother Harry B. Qulnn, ex
alted ruler, and officers; solo. Miss Kath-
ryn Brill, accompanied by Miss Margaret
Noland, of Washington; opening ode,
members of the order; violin solo, "Cava
tma." Bauf. orchestra: address. Repre
sentative Augustus O. Stanley; selection.
"Spring Maid,"Jerome Schwart, orches
tra, and closing ceremonies, exalted
ruler and officers. The ceremonies were
brought to a close with the singing ot
"Nearer. My God. to Thee." In which the
audience, standing, participated, after
which Rev. Edgar Carpenter, chaplain of
the local lodge, pronounced benediction.
Representative Stanley and the mem
bers of the memorial committee were this
afternoon handsomely entertained at the
residence of Robert S. Barrett, esteemed
leading knight of the order, and editor
of the Alexandria Gazette.
Since, the organization of the jodgc In
1502 twenty members have been claimed
by death. Four died this ear. and they
are Louis W. Brill, Frederick Schwab,
Henry Kelly, and Henry Baader.
The memorial committee, which had
charge of to-night's ceremonies, was
composed of the following: Robert S.
Barrett, chairman: James W. Bales. If.
Friedlander. Charles B. Marshall. How
ard W. Smith. Thoma-s M. Dunbar. C. C.
Carlin. Frederick P. Russell, and George
Past exalted rulers of the lodge in
their respective order follow: Edward J.
Qulnn, George F. Bradley, Jacob Brill.
C. C. Carlin. W. II. P. Kelly. Louis E
Shuman. Harry Fleischmann. L. C. Bar
ley. D. E. Robey. and Howard W. Smith.
Present officers of the lodge are: ii. n.
Qulnn. exalted ruler; Robert S. Barrett.
esteemed leading knight. James W. Bales.
esteemed loyal Knight, Frederick P. Rus
sell, esteemed lecturing knight; A. M.
Donnelly, secretary, Herman Friedlander,
treasurer. Thomas D. Downey, tiler; G.
T. Caton, esquire. Rev Edgar Carpenter,
chaplain. James B. Martin, Inner guard.
and Charles B. Marshall. Thomas Chaun-
cey, and James canan, trustees.
Alexandria Division, No. 1. Ancient Or
der of Hibernians, at its annual meeting
held this afternoon, at St. Mary's Hall.
elected the following officers to serve for
the ensuing year: William Desmond, presi
dent; T. D. Downey, vice president; R.
E. Power, financial secretary; M. J. Mc
Farland. recording secretary: M. Downey.
sergeant-at-arms; T. McGowan, inside
guard; James Roohc. treasurer; John Mc-
Kenna. James B. Martin. M. Creegan
Stephen McCauley, and F. T. Qulnn
Dr. William A. Davidson, superintend
ent of the District public schools, will de
liver a lecture Tuesday night at the
Young People's Building of the Methodist
Episcopal Church South, to the Alexan
dria Teachers' Association. All teachers
and others Interested in education are in
vited to be present.
At the annual meeting of the -Sunday
School Workers Association, held at 4
o'clock this afternoon at the Second Pres
byterian Church, the following . officers
Tiw dtrrctor of foreign affairs for the new republic
ff China and former Chinese Ambassador to the
United States, vlto in looked upon as a possible
iTKidrntlal candidate shcnld the rebels be suc
rrs&fuL Wu has come greatly to the frunt through,
his negotiations for a forricii loan for the youmj
republic, and if the Manrhu dynasty is ofer
thrown he will be elizible for the head of the re
lxiMic. both because cf hla signal senices and his
knowledge of foreign goTcmmenta.
were elected to serve for the ensuing
year: W. H. Melcholr, president: James
A. Hulflsli. secretary; N. I. Williamson,
treasurer, and Mrs. Ruth Field, chorister.
The superintendents of all the Sunday
schools In the city were named as vice
presidents of the association.
There was a musical programme given
by the Sunday school, choir of the Second
City Auditor E. F. Price has Just com
pleted 'he ono hundred and thirty-first
annual statement of the finance" of the
city The book contains Reports of the
various departments of the city for the
fiscal year ended May 31, 1911; a copy of
the revenue and license laws, and Is also
the official city directory for 1911-1912.
A special meeting of the city council
ha- been called for Tuesday night, when
the resolution of Councilman Williams
will again be taken up. It provides that
an appropriation of $30(rbe made for the
purpose of h.ivlng a committee of four
members two from each board appoint
ed to Investigate annexation, where It
has been successful In three Virginia
cities This was passed at the last meet
ing of the council, but its passage was
Arrangements have been made for a
meeting of the ladles of St. Mary's
Catholic Church, which will be held Fri
day next at the Young Men's Sodality
Lvcoum Hall, for the purpose of Vjrgan
izlng a ladles" club. All of the ladles of
St. Mnry's Church hae been Invited to
There will be a meeting of Potomac
Lodge of Odd Fellows Wednesday night
nt Its hall, when arrangements will be
made for the Institution of a lodge of
Odd Fellows at Manassas, Va . Thursday
night It is expected that a large" dele
gation of the members of the local lodge
The following Alexandrians have been
appointed by Gov. Mann as delegates to
the Rivers and Harbors Congress, which
will be held in Washington December
6-S: A. D. Brockett, Charles B. Marshall,
Dr. William M. Smith, and Hubert
A meeting of R. E. Lee Camp, Con
federate Veterans, will be held at Lee
Camp Hall, at 8 o'clock to-morrow night,
when considerable business will come'up
for consideration. At this meeting a com
mittee will be appointed to draft resolu
tions of respect to the memory of the
late John S. Blackburn.
A rummago sale will be opened to-morrow
at the northeabt corner of Alfred
and Queen streets by the Daughters of
America. It will be continued for a week.
The proceeds will be used for the sick
fund"" of that organization.
William A. Anderson, jr., principal of
the Alcxandral High School, was chosen
vlco president of the Teachers' Associa
tion at the annual tession of the State
organization, which has just concluded
ltb session in Norfolk, Va.
Delegates and member's of the Frater
nal Order of Americans, who last night
attended the class initiation at Armory
Hall, to-day attended special Thanks
giving services at the First Baptist
Church. Rev. W. F. Watson, pastor.
FALLS ASLEEP; DEPPS GUN.
Clarence LeiTisj Wake Up Suddenly
on Union Station llcnch.
A flirtation with Morpheus while await
ing an outgoing train at Union Station
early yesterday morning proved tho "un
doing of Clarence Lewis, a nineteen-year-old
colored visitor from Virginia.
As Lewis dozed orr a bench In the men's
waiting room he lapsed Into such a posi
tion that a large revolver dropped from
Tho noise caused By the fall of the
weapon roused the sleeping -visitor and
warned Policeman Hamilton that some
one was violating the law against carry
tng concealed weapons.
Lewis stoopad to pick up the revolver.
He had Just shoved it snugly- back into
his pocket when Hamilton arrested him.
Lewis was taken to the Sixth precinct
station, where he Is held for trial In the
Police Court to-day
3dm B. Bottineau, 70 recrs, 212 A (t. Be.
Lturs V. Popkina, S jreaa. 141S SHh tt mr.4
Eliza Leary, 7 rears. 1315 12th at. nw. v
Carl Louise B Bell. S years. 3669 Norton tJi
Virginia V. Bute. 55 rears, Wash. Asy. Hasp.
Mary A. GrinroU, 6T years, 833 Morris at. no.
BeH C. Ltinotu 43 Tears. HJ B st. ne.
Elixa Bale. (3 years. Tuberculosis Hospital.
Arm! Vewbud, 31 years. TobercalosU Hospital.
Paulina E. Gaakim, 30 jean. 2Bf ? st. ner
Chules B. Beckley. 57 years. SB Tint at. nr.
Benton Tate. 17 .year. Garfield Hospital.
Charlotte Shams, 82-yesrs. mg BUdensbms; road,
James Cease. S rears, Tubereolosis'-Hasfttai.
Joseph 8. Queen, a years. JQ. H fc. sW.
Hae! Burley.1 rears, tT Defreea at. nw.
Addis Harloir, a yeaas, 231 Sixth si, .
EateUo Hujbes. a years. 4M JS&ih st. sw.
XZala Hill. T4 jean, 3BM Georgia it, nw.
lulls E. Fox. ( days, Burrrnie, D, a
Infant of James and Lone Netsxsa. s few mlnatea.
35 F St. sw.
Gun rifling la Ike "United Bute beam
.t Boston ta MM.-
428-42J 71b Street.
417-425 ttb Strut.
56-Inch All-Wool Polo Coating;
In all colors, with plain colors
and plaids on the reverse side of
a very rich contrasting combina
tion; positively worth J2.50. To
go at the very special price, per
56-Inch All-Wool Polo Coating;
In tans, grays, brown, garnet, and
black, with plain and plaid backs;
with very rich combinations; our
J3.50 grade. To go at the very
speclaLprlce per yard. $2.69.
L. 8. Dent, of Asriculturr. Weather Bnresn.
. Washington. Sunday Deo 3, 19118 n re
It Kill bo somewhat colder Moudaj in Southern
New England, the Middle. Atlantic and no-them
rortion of ths South Atlantic State, and warmer
br Tueadar In the VUat States and tin crntial
Midnight, 40: I a. m.. 36: 1 a. m.. 23: S a. m..
!; 8 a. m.. 36. 10 a. ra . 4!. 12 num. 41. 3 n. m..
43. 4 p. m.. 44, 6 p m.. 40 8 p. to., 39; 10 n m., 39
llUbwf, 45; lowert, 35.
ICclatlrs hnalditj 8 a m.. 83. 8 P. m.. 82. Rain
fall (8 p. m. to 8 p m.i. 03 Houra of sunshine.
I'cr cent of novlbie MinMiinc, 0.
Temperature Bamn date last rear Hiehest. 38:
Temperature In Otner Cities.
Temperatures In other dtles, together with ths
amount of rainfall for the twentr-foar hours ended
at 8 p. m. jestcrdu. are as follows:
Max. Mln. 8 p. ra. fau.
Aihcrillc N. O 33 33 33
Atlanta, fU 60 M 43
Atlantic City, N. J 43 34 46
Msmarck. N. Dak 30 It 30
Ilreton. Mass 40 33 X
Ituffalo. N. T .... 2S 36 20 0 01
Chicago. Ill 34 S 30 0.33
Cincinnati, Ohio 41 31 30 0.K
Ohermne. Wti. 5T. 2 38
DaTCTiport. Icma 33 38 3 ....
Denver. Colo 56 3) &
Dos Mninr. Iowa 31 30 SS
tialte-ton. Tex 68 68
Helena. Mont 36 30 33 ....
Indianapolis. Ind 36 34 3S 0.02
Jack-mtllle. Fla (O 42 53
Kansas Citr. Mo 34 34 31
Little Rock. Ark 36 . 40 4A
Los Angeles. Cal fir, 06 ft)
Marquette. Midi 3? IS 32 0 01
MeraphR Tenn 50 42 41
Sew Orleans l 66 41 82
Omaha. Nehr 36 30 33
Philadelphia. I'a li 36 41
Pittsburg. Ta 36 38 30 0.53
IVu-tland, Me 36 24 2S
Tortland. Ore .' 44 43 44
Salt Lake City, Utah 40 24 34
St. Louis. Mo 34 36 30
-t. Paul. Minn 22 20 22
San Francisco. Cal 56 50 36
Springfield. HI 34 31 30 .
Tacrcna. Wash 40 40 ' ..
Tampa. Kla 62 l 56
Toledo. Ohio 3 36 22 0.3S
Mcksburg. Miss 64 42 M
To-day -High tide. 6:1.! a. m. and (31 p. m. Low
tide. 1223 a. m. and 1223 p. m.
To-morrow high tide, 7X6 a. m. and 73 p. m.
uuv uue, 1:19 a. m. and 1.13 p. n.
Condition of the Writer.
Harriers Kerry. W. Va . Dec. 3. Potomac and
52heuarKloah both dear this evening.
The Itetort Courteous.
The. National Monetary Commission
was arranging ior the settlement of Its
bill at the Plaza, preparatory to de
"Are you leaving, gentlemen?" inquired
Chavaller Galbray, the room clerk, who
Is always surprised when anybody leaves.
"yes.V replied Representative Weeks',
who comes from Boston. "Wo arrived
gentlemen and we are leaving gentle
men. And up to a late hour the office
staff had not recovered.
Daughter I love him. He Is the light
of my life.
Father Well, that's all right, but I
object to having my house lit up by him
Capital and Surplus, $200,000.
Interest paid on ALL nccoonts.
All Accounts Draw
' Interest in" Banking
dept of this company, and de
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fi Diamond Cuff Links, -dRfe
Solid 10-karat Gold,
' $1.98 Pair. 43b
Large sizes Komari gold in six plain or fancy patterns each pair In aagg
a silk-lined box. Actual value, J3.50. """
II . Plain Gold Cuff Links,
f Warranted 10-karat gold. nflfl
Several new designs In art patterns and the very desirable signet styles. .ee.
Regular 2.00 values.
QnliH flnM Tip fllinc
llll ' Warranted 10-karat gold.
3BljjjjSHn Your choice of many-pretty patterns. VLmfj
Solid Gold Cuff Pins,
llll Warranted 10-karat gold.
b 50c Pair. sssssi
llll The kind that will cost $1.00 anywhere.
An Elopement Fifty Vears Ako.
Harried In La Crosse nty years ago.
the culmination of a pioneer day romance
of the sort that is read about in fiction,
Mr. and ilrs. R. E. Dougherty recently
celebrated their golden wedding annher-
sary at their home nt Rodeo, N. Mex
But one witness of the marriage is
alive to-day, and he, James W. Young
of La Crosse, told the story of the wed
ding, which follows
"William Dougherty was born In Vei
mlllon County, Indiana, and so was lilt
wife, whoso walden name was Man
Catherine llller. It seems that atthe
time jf tho wedding the girl's parent
objected to the young man's attentions,
which made it necessary for several
other oung fellows and myself to help
the prospective bridegroom out of the
We got a skiff and rowed up the river
to the girl's house, where wo quietly got
her out of the house and Into the boat
We then rowed down through French
Slough and up to the north side, where
Mr. Dougherty was waiting for us. We
soon had Justice of the peace WIniton
on the scene, and the necessary ceremony
was performed "
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BEAlr-On Saturday. December 2. 1911.
ELIZA. BEAI aged sixty-three years.
Funeral services nt R. H. Klnes' funeral
parlors, 1715 Fourteenth street north'
west, Tuesday, December 5, at it a.
fn. Interment In Capital Cemetery:
(Richmond, Va., and Norfolk, Va.,
papers please copy.)
BURCHELLOn Sunday, December 3.
1911. at 135 a. m., at her residence,
1102 Vermont avenue. SARAH FRAN
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W, BurchelL In the eighty-fifth year
of her age.
Funeral from her late residence Tnes
day, December 6. at 1:30 p. m.
"WEIR On Saturday. December 2. 1311,
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-No branch houses.
ItKSOLVED. BV THE THlRTr-FIItST ANNUAL
roDTention of the A P. of L.. that the action of
the St. Louis Central Trades aad Labor Union in
refusing to seat Branch No. 801. of the Amalga
mated Society of CartKOtrrs, is hereby Indorsed; and
be it further
Kcsolred. That it is against the lavs and princi
ples of the A. F. of L. to approre of or maintain
dual orgamsationa In any trade, and that, therefore,
tho charter of the Amalsamated Society of Car
penters be. and is hereby, nroked by this conren
tlon. The adjustment committee recommends that tns
president of Uie American Federation of Labor b
instructed to arrange a conference between rtpre
sentstiies of tho two organizations lnrolted within
ninety days from the adjournment of this conten
tion with a ilew of arranging a basis of amal
gamation of the two organizations, snd in case, of
diMETeemeut upon the terms of amalgamation agreed
up m and submitted by the President and ExecuUrs
1 uncil of the American Federation of Labor, the
differences shall be referred to the President snd
the Eiecutire Council of the American Federation
of Labor for a final decision, -which decision shall
be rendered not later than Juno 1, 1912.
should the Amalgamated Society of Carpenters
and Joiners fail to amalgamate, with the Brother
hood of Carpenters and Joiners on or before July
1 1912. the President of the American Federation
of Labor is hereby instructed to rrroke the charter
of the Amalgamated Society of Camenters and
1 Vote 15.431 rotes to reroke the Amalgamated Car-
. renters charter and 43 rotes against.
W 0wln, , tIie lboTe tetlm SoT Amnion Fed
eration of Labor. Local Union. No. 132. of the
I United Brotherhood of Caroenters will nut tn
the Amalgamated Carpenters tho following dispen
sation That any and all members of that aodety by pre-
t ' - -' --"- v.u wu uu. uw. ami
n the paysacnt of $1. will be admitted to the
1 Brotherhood of Carpenters with all richts and hen-
mis, ana win not lose tnelr standing as union men
for tho tine they haie been In tho Amalgamated
Society of Carpenters and Joiners.
The American Federation of Labor has gone on
record for one organization of carpenters on this
continent, and that Is the "Brotherhood of Carpen
ters, so all Amalgamated Carpenters wishing to Join
the U. B. will present their paid-up working card
aud due book to the- financial secretary of ths U
B.. L. v. MATTER.. Itoom No. 5. Typographical
Temple. 423 O street nw.
By order of Union No. 132. United Brotherhood
(Attest.) THOMAS G. IGLEHAKT.
VIA VI SCIENCE OF HEALTH. NAT
ural, nonsurgical: 4C0-p. book free. Apply
by mail, 916 Colorado BIdg. Free lecture
for women Wednesdays at 8:30 p. m.
W. A. SWENK & CO.
B23 7th St. X. W.
Women's Tan Shoes, all sizes. S2.50 and
J3.00; worth J3.00 and $3.50.
TRY BUCKWHEAT CAKES
smi . Made, of MILLEB'S Self-Raising
miller S Buckwheat If you want an apps-
Cnir.,T.: U breakfast dish. MILLER'S
SeirraiSlng Is strictly pnre and has the real
iuckwheat .VX""' 0ricr " "
Lt7At jour grocer's. No ccmswmera supplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO..
Wholesale Grocers, 11th and M its. se.
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Is a fine art In which we excel. Before
you decide on that circular, Mr. Mer
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1001 O ST. N. W.
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Phone Line. S50M. N. Cap. t M Sis.
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TUKEBAZ. DinECTOOa AMD XMBALUKB9,
U3 Fourteenth, street inr.
ChapeL- 7cocs North. SSs.
J. -WILLIAM LEE, Faaeral Directs
snd Embalmcr. Llrery in corsectlon. Ommoilons
Chapel and Modern Crematorium. Modest pries.
Mt PtsscylTtnU st. nw. Telephone Mala ttU
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A99 StsT&Ua .