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The Herald offers for first prize a lot la Thirtieth street. In Handle
Highlands. The lot has a frontage of thirty-Awe feet and Is surrounded
by the best enwlronment In a suburban home of that character.
Is .higher than either the Capitol or the White House. ...
It Is about twelve to fifteen minutes from the heart of Washington
and accessible by Pennsylvania avenue cars. ,...
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lea," Washington is that city. What Paris is to France, Washington is
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4 or she shall own a bit of property that has a great investment prospect.
$ Second Prize Value 1750
On Exhibition by the
I Percy S.Foster
I Piano Co.
S 1330 G Street N. W.
Third'Rrize Value $500
Library from Brentano'g
Those "booklovers" who love books ahead of all other affection, eon-
alder the third prize In this contest as the Brit.
A library, selected by the highest authority In the leading book ahop
t In the world. Is a gift that those who worship at the literary shrines call
T "adorable." and one that whets the craving of those who are In the
..rii.r .to- nf the thirst for higher knowledge
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to suit his or her taste. As the selection atands now. not a volume that
would injure the thinking of a twelve-year-old girl has been permitted.
The library has an actual cash value of 1500. and will be exhibited at
Brentaao's, Twelfth and F Street. TtcrtbwcJt.
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PRIEST HAS PRAISE
FOR LABOR UNIONS
lev. Br. Wrilia J. 'Xerby, of
Cfttkelk UaiTmity, Favors Or-
ggaiitiieK of Worker.
In an address before the Catholic Phllo
patrlan Literary. Institute In Philadel
phia yesterday Hev. Dr- William J.
Kerby, of the Caibollo University of
America, spoke on 'The Organization of
Labor." The audience included many
prominent ecclesiastics and laymen of
the Philadelphia archdiocese.
The law has long since recognized the
principle that laborers may .form unions
for .purposes of mutuaF protection," said
"Economists are generally agreed that
labor unions are rendering very great
service to real 43da! progress. Political
leaders are willing- to accept direction In
their stat'smanshlp from recognized labor
leaders. Public opinion sanctions largely
the alms of organized labor and many of
Its distinctive oltclepa. Great number"bf
employersnnd it to their advanUge to
deal systematically and In friendliness
with organizations of labor, fcopresenta
tlves of religion are outspoken In their
defense of the essentials for which the
unions stand Under such strong and
varied Indorsement as this, labor unions
are practically freed from the necessity
of apologizing for their existence.
"Nevertheless, much critlcsm Is heard.
Fault la found with leaders because eluy
are suspected of violence, self-seeking,
brutal methods, -and Insincerity. Cora
plaint is made against many of the cus
tomary policies of the unions. Unquali
fied condemnation is often expressed of
the action of unions In definite situa
tions. No friend of organized Jabor would
think of denying that at times the facts
justify such condemnation But all
frienda of organized labor ask that the
movement as a whole be Judged as a
whole; that Its origins be understood, Its
almf be correctly estimated, and Its
policies be judged In -heir own setting
and not through the atmosphere of unin
"Organized labor has rendered to mod
ern society services of which It may be
proud. It has awakened, disciplined, and
educated laboring men when none uf the
other social forces could reach them to
do this work. The unions have acted as
attorneys for the laboring class before
modern society in conditions which moat
cf us have regretted and few of us -Mould
have known how o remedy except for
the guidance that the awakened laboring
class has offered us"
CELEBEATE ST. JOSEPH'S DAY.
Washington Catholic. Commemorate
With solemn ceremonies and one of
the most elaborate religious musical pro
grammes ever heard In this city. Wash
ington Catholicism yesterday celebrated
the Feast of the Patronage of St.
In all the churches solemn high mass
was held. In "roost of them special aer-
fmons were preached Nearly all the al
tars were decorated with nowers.
At the Church of St. Joseph, named
for the saint whom the day commemo
rated, an early mass was held at 7 o'clock
In the morning, at which elghty-flve
children received their first communion.
Later, at 10 JO o clock, solemn high mass
was celebrated by Rev Valentine E.
Schmltt. The sermon was delivered by
Bel. Francis Clair, a noted Redemp
Impressive ceremonies were held at St.
Patrick's. St. Mary's, and St. Aloysius'
SPEAKS ON NATION'S WEEFAEE.
John G. Caper. Addresses Secular
League Officer. Elected.
At Its meeting at Pythian Temple yes
terday afternoon, the Secular League
was addressed by Hon. John G Capers,
former Commissioner of Internal Rev
enue, on "The Nations Welfare.'"
JT W. Nigh sang an original song In
negro dialect entitled "Tedd. Taft, and
I Champ" The song made quite a hit.
'it being predicted that 'Champ" would
be the next president.
The meeting was the last of the sea
son, and the election of officers for the
coming year was held. Hyland C. Kirk
was re-elected president, and Secretary
John D. Bradley, Treasurer Eudorus C
Kenney. and other officers were also
re-elected. Mrs. Sarah H. Sawyer was
elected vice president.
PLAT "COMMENCEMENT QOAT."
Bachelors' Clob Give. Ladle.' lglit
"The Commencement Goat,'' a farce
on college life, was the principal feature
of the Ladles' Night entertainment given
by the Bachelors' Club In the Y. M. C.
A. Saturday evening. Over 300 bachelors
and their lady guests were kept In a
continuous roar of laughter by the
actors and "actorines" Paul E. Brad
ley. President of the club, made an ad
R. E. Hall, as the fellow who gets
stung, but finally wins a bride; A. W.
Proctor, who always flirted with the
wrong girl, R. T. Eddy, an Imperson
ator. F. W. Hanna, an adept In the
manly art; E. P. ,Browne. a would-be
Romeo, Jack Bechtold. a girl United to
commencement, and A. W. "Whlttet, a
chaperon with strict Ideas, composed
the cast Other features of the enter
tainment were Instrumental music by
Messrs Bragg, Proudley, and King, and
quartet singing by Messrs. Jones, Liven
good, Hoagland, and Walther.
John A. Logan "Post, No 13. of Ana
costla. Is awaiting the decision of the
officials at the Government Hospital for
the Insane as to whether It Is desired to
hold memorial services at that Institu
tion on May 30, as In former years. It is
considered likely that the officials will
consent to these exercises. Commander
A. B. Friable, of Logan Post, baa the
matter In charge.
Much Interest Is being shown in the
meeting of the Parent-Teacher Associa
tion of Anacostla, to be held on the aft
ernoon of May 9. at which time the an
nual election of officers will be held.
"Will Erect Aero Factory.
A huge aeroplane factory Is soon to
be established Just outside Washington.
The plant, owned by the Christmas Aero
plane Company, Is to be located at Col
lege Park, Md and will manufacture
biplanes, monoplanes, and hydro-aero
planes, under patents belonging to Dr.
William "W. Christmas, of this city. The
new company. Incorporated under the
laws of Delaware, with a maximum capi
tal of Sl.000,000, expects to begin work on
Its factory at j once.
Define. Sunday School Teacher.
The qualities necessary to the make-up
of a successful Sunday school teacher
were, defined by Dr. Franklin McElfresh,
superintendent of the international Sun
day School Association, in the First
Congregational Church, Tenth and G
Streets Northwest, last n'gbt. Dr. Mc
Elfresh spoke on "Problems of Teachers'
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Two kia Jive cheaper 'n oner-if
ther both -workin'.
Th' upkeep o' a stylish girl alius
scares th' boys off.
Y.W.C. A. CAMPAIGN
Charles S. Ward leaches Washing
ton This Morning to Take
Charge1 of Fund.
Charles S Ward, of th International
committee of the Young Men's Christian
Asaoclaton, who for six jears has been
conducting building fund campaigns tor
that organization, will reach Washington
this morning from New York to take
charge of the campaign for funds for a
new building for the Young Women's
Christian Association, to which Iiebss
been "loaned ' for the occasion.
Mr. Ward will open headquarters at
U3 F Street Northwest for the cam
paign, which is to start with a dinner
to all the workers and leaders Wednes
day evening at (.30 o'clock, and which
wilt continue until May U. In that time
it la expected that the people of Wash
ington will subscribe a sufficient rum
to Insure the immediate erection of a
building on the site which has been se
cured at Thirteenth snd I Streets Noith
west. A feature of the campaign will be the
dally free luncheon to workers at the
association luncbroonu. at which reports
are to be made. These reports will Im
mediately thereafter be publicly an
nounced on the dial of a sixteen-foot
clock face which Is to be attached to the
side of the Y. W C A. Building, and
will show from day to day the Increase
In the subscription fund.
Day and night are to be used In the
campaign for funds. While the day will
be ured largely by the teams working
under the direction of Eldrldge E. Jor
dan. President of the United States
Trust Company, slid Mrs George H Mc
Grew. the nlzhts snd out-of-business
hours will be emploed by young women
members of the association who work
during the day
BOYS TO GET MEDALS.
In.eoitln Lad. Who Iteacoed Play
mate, to Be Recognised.
The two gold medals which are to be
presented to Marcellas Balderson and Ar
thur Lusby, Anacostla boys, who saved
three boys from drowning In the Eastern
Branch last winter, were yesterday placed
on exhibition In the store of George B.
Bury, In Nichols Avenue They are an
Inch square", and an Inscription, "Pre
sented for Bravery." Is engraed across
Albert E. Beck, In. charge of the mo
ment, is endeavoring to arrange with
Mrs. N B. Croswell, principal of the
Van Buren School, to have these medals
publicly presented at an entertainment
the pupils of that school will give on the
night of May Z3 It is also the desire to
have a prominent official present the
Mrs. Campbell Speaks.
Mrs. G C Campbell, dtrestress of the
Ingleslde Seminary, of Burkevllle, Va.,
addressed the Christian Endeavor Society
of the Fifteenth Street Presbyterian
Church yesterday afternoon. She spoke
on her missionary work in Africa. The
endeaxor choir rendered several selec
tions LOCAL MENTION.
steamer 2irh. llaettatcr far Mount Trnioa 1
llanbtn Ban leam Berath strict whaif at IS
a. m. aadlH5 p. m. daur, rxerpt Bandar.
Norfolk and TVaahbictoo 8leamtat Cbapaoii
steamer, from too of Srrath street for Old Pout
Comfort apd Norfolk dan? at 14 P. as.
Can from Flfteesth street and. New York arena
every quarter bow for aula catrasc Zoo Park and
T. Oreat FaHe Washington ano Old Dfwnlnlw
Baunad on erery fear minutes man Tblztxtxtt
and U atneta
Dining at Harvey. I quite the thing
for people who know good food
Glass paling blocks In a French city
street lasted less than two years.
It.ar note!. Haewr B.thm. Co nth. Gr.t
518 SEV EltTH STREET "V. tV.
OPEN 10 . M. to 10i30 P. M.
SEE THE NEW KID OF PICTURES.
NOTICE HOW CLEAR. ,
THEY DON'T HURT lOCR
4 ALL-STAR FEATURES Trf-DAY I
SOME BIG PICTURE.
WHEN THE HEART CALLS.
Something Oat of the Ordinary.
3 OTHER GREAT REELS 3
A SURPRISE IV EACH.
Q A 8 A U K E
WAS RECAPTURED TO-DAI.
WATT, WATCH, AND SEE.
Established 1J7I. Tel, North Kit
S.H. MINES & SON
1715 14th SlrettN.W.
Prices and Terms Made for Lots and
Washington, D C. Philadelphia, Fa.
Cemetery Lota Bought Sold, and
Exchanged, Cremation Arranged,
o.Jw. wTAWrww Psw9Xsrn&VTjJ
AU kinds of wood, cloth, "and metal
caskets furnished at moderate-
?siH PJHhl ( VpjpB V
HEED THESE PRICES
st Granulated Sugar, ptr lb v 5c
Wilbur's Cocoa, par y2-b. cans 14o
Large cans Royal Red Tomatoes, par can 10c
10c can Sunset Evaporated Milk - v S'sc
5c can Sunset Evaporated Milk 1 3c
10c can Peerless Evaporated Milk...... 6c
5c can Peerless Evaporated Milk 3c
Honey Drop Maine Corn, 3 cans for i 25c
12c packages Big Dandy Corn Flakes 86
10c Can Mothers' .Cleanser , 5c
Steero Bouillon Cube., per do., robe............
Beat Brand Ham, per lb.
See Jar Olive., per Jar......,...................'
Fresh Ears, per dosen.. ............. ...........
4 cans Carrell'. Manor Sugar Cora far..........
4 10c pkga. Cold Medal Oat. for..'.
SOe Caa. Fiar.t Quality Hawaiian Sliced Pine
apple, per ran. ........... .
Fruit or Pound Cake, per lb ..'.. ......
Star of the East Coroa, per lb. e.a.. ........... .
10c Tidal Wave Flab, per brick
E. B. Coffee, per lb. .
lOe Jell r con, per p. rk.ge... ............ ........
Kreah Creamery Butter, per lb.
Large Size Prune., per lb.......... .
Small Slav Prune., per lb
Jumbo Braad Siring Brans, per e.a
Salome Braad Mackerel, per raa
Fancy Evaporated Jluir Peaches, per lb.........
Bear Braad A.p.r.gtui Tips, per -.....-........
Bear Brand, larate while Asparagus, per caa ...
Eagle Brand Milk, per ran...
A package Cora Starch, per package
lOe Toilet Paper, per roll .. . .
While Wave Flak, In .bred.. 3 package, for
Honey B7, per lb...
10 lb.. Fine Salt, per bag .....
Herring Roe, per ran... . ..., .....
Star Bread naked Dr.. a, "No. 3 .lie, per caa....
vrd Star Smoked Sardines, per ran....
Imported Sardine., In Bonlllon, 4 raas for
Mu.tnrd, per larae bottle
Mustard, per tumbler..,.. . ....
Cracker Meal, per lb .. .....
1 gallon Cider Mnegnr and Jug
Tierr Mackerel, eaeh
Borer'. Oil PolUb, per bottle
10c Pnddlne, per package... .... .....
J Or II. Mr Tapioca, per package...
G.ldea Crons Braad Coffee, per lb
Duryra'. Corn Starch, per package
413 Foorth Street Southeast.
914 Eleventh Street Southeast.
13 Good Hope Road, Anacostla.
Four-aad-a-Half and G Street. S. IT.
Fourth aad H Street. Northeast.
Third Street and Maryland Ave. N. E.
11 Seventh Street "Sortheaat.
SIS F Street Northeast.
Fifteenth and G Streets Northeast.
Give your Order at any of the
' Arizona, New
"""gele. aad San
Hlgh-ciaaa Staaiard Dr.wtnar-r.om Sleeping Cars. Clnb aad Library
ebservatlaa Cam. Dl.t.K Car. Supplied from Best Markets of ths World.
Rates aad Steamer ne.crv.Uoa, Japan, China, Philippines, Around the
A. J. POSTON, General Agent, g ?$,.."
Wonders of Spring.
Take Cars 36fh and M Sts. N. W.
1 1R. MYERS, Dentist,
Is an Expert Operator. Are your
teeth as beautiful as they ahould
be? -Do they look white and
healthy, or are they In auch a
atate that they mar your fea
,tures I am a palnleaa dentist
and my work Is guaranteed. See
me to-day, and let. me put your
teeth In perfect condition at a
Sete of Teeth, $5 op
Fillings, SI up
Nitrous Oxide administered, or
a local anesthetic
Testlmonlal-OIr. t, W.-' Sher
wood, 340S 18th at, BW.
P. s. If the public of TVaih
lngton knew Dr. -Myers art In
the dental line and. his easy man
ipulation, he would not be able
to accommodate the public's de
sire as their dentist. He Is clean
and up-to-date In every respect.
.. Vl at vnl faa
H&ve aio tuuisi-aa, j
Tea rear old, SUE.
Order by 'phona.
Also TEJtXESSKE, 19 Battla.
Th Shoomaker Co.
1S1 B Street IT. W.
Eatabltoheal 1SS3. Vhoa. am. llSSm.
-y sitri to iWCEIIES tt tin 11
J. T. I. Py! Stir kys ME-FOMTH
MIKE TMAN ELSEWHERE.
Karo Syrup, No. 3 lae, per can................. 8e
Boneless Breakfast Bacon, per lb................ lSe
Small Picnic Shoulders, per lb lie
Pare Lard, per lb lSVie
Safety Stateke., 3 doaen boxes for lOe
lllab-ar.de Oleomargarine, per lb ...........1.. 31e
Choice Potatoes, per peek... .w.. ........ ......... SOe
3 package. Eagle Brand Macaroni or SpabhettI for 33e
Large Sour Pickle., per dozen 13c
Quaker Matches, per doaen boxes .............. 10e
3 Package, of Marco Macaroni for. .............. 33c
Thin Lunch Crarkrnt, per lb ... Te
lSe Boxes Toilet So.p Te
SOe Bottle. Cane and Maple Syrap - 3le
Babbitt'. Beat Soap, per cake .. -te
Fancy Head Rice, per lb . de
3 eake. C. and C Olrlae Soap for..., 10c
3-lb. pnekage. Horalny Grit., per package.. 10c
Fancy Lemon., per doaen . ....... . ....I.... - 13c
18c Can. Pea. 14e
13e Can. Admiral Brand Kippered Herring....... lOe
12c bottle. Boll Head nraad Catsup Me
Golden Spray Peaches, 3 ran. for ......' SOe
4 Package. Insuperable Macaroni . .... 35c
SOe Caa. Kippered Herring, 3 can. for ......... 33e
Star of the Ea.t Patent Flour, per barrel . . (U)0
1 lb. Caa Star of the Ea.t Baking Powder Free
with a barrel.
Quaker Faffed Wheat, per package e
Dewey Sllxed Cake., per lb 10c
Ginger Snaps, per lb... 7c
13c Dates, per package lc
Beat Compound, per lb ...... ... ............. 10c
SOe Isaac Lady Broom. .. .. 3Tc
10c Package. Gold Medal Corn Flake. 8c
Quart Bottle, of Grape Jnlre SOe
3 .mall bag. Fine Snlt. 10c, or 3 for 3r
30c ran. Mackerel, per ran 30c
13e ran Apple Butter, per can ....... Se
3-lb. pkg. Hominy Grit., per pkg........ ........ 7 He
All Over Town
above itores and the expresiman will
BEST SERVICE TO
Mexico, Mexico, & El Paso, Tex,
VIA WASHCTGTOV-SrrfSET ROUTE.
Pinaiallr Conducted Tourist Sleeslanr Car.
tctMi rnas. Flv Times TVeeklv. to Lorn s:.
LOWER BERTH, S9. UPPER BERTH, $7.20
Leaving Seventh Street Wharf
At 10 A. M ,
Returning at 1:30 P M.
-Leaving at 1:45 P M.,
Returning at 5 -15 P. M.
ROUND TRIP, 75c
lnchnKiig AtossrSfl fa
IraiRfk awl Mmskr
On request, stops on all trips
will be made at Alexandria.
OLDtDINT COMFORT ani NORFOLK
Saturday to Uoodar, J3J0 Bound Trip,
Special Ticaeta, indodlaa' atatrroom aad aeecamno-
dauom at tamos. CHJUIBKHLIN HOTEU Old
Saturday to SC"7 Cf
Saturday to Tuesday or 4 4 C
Friday to Monday.. ...... WW
Saturdar'to Wed. or CI? Kft
Friday to Tuesday T'w'w"
NEW YORK . BOSTON BY SEA
CUT Ticket Office Bond BcdUlnc TS 11th St. N W.
Tbon. Mam 1521. ,
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MASS VETTA JSPRITS'GS CO, lJCi.
Box 274, Harrtfeaburg, Aa, ,.
KSS P Street Xorthwest.
314 It Street Northwest.
Sixth and II Street. North-neat.
JitT Jersey Ave. aad R St. X. TV.
3338 St Street orthweat.
633 Park Road "Northwest.
1403 Park Road Northwest.
1714 Fourteenth Street X. W.
I 1430 Seventh Street Jtorthweat.
deliver it, large or small, for 10c.
rtCPrelorl... ...May 4, IS noonl
Mrtolia I.dIu.Miv 7. ID A.M.l
ailatavla May 11, 1 P M. '
Amenta .... iiav io, a a m.
tSccood cabin cnlr IHambcr; direct.
'WW can at EoolMW
S. 9. MCTORIA I.LISE,
MAY 7-1 V E 8.
Gibraltar, 'V.plrs, Genoa.
S. S. Hambarg. Uaj 15, 9 A. U.
Sl Mollhe. Ma 3 Jolr.ajn.
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nated Octap Cmhiia 3 yean aj
Around the World
Optlonsl r4 DATS IV J. PAX
Tours 1 17 DAYS IV INDIA
OT. B, IRIS ' Feb. 27. 1013
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DUHATIOV EACH !CI CCn
CRUISE 110 DU&I 03U
tDChtdiDK all nfcessarr exremrs abotnS
aod itbore rtitwaj. botct. bon cx
enrriop orrtayw. gutd. tttt Ac.
To the LAND OF THE MID.
MGHT SUV. Eight delightful
cruises during June, July and
ugust, from Hamburg to
Aoroay, 'orth Cape, Spits
bergen, Iceland, Ac.
DUIIATIOX 14 TO S DAYS.
Cost, $62.50 and up
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