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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. -TUESDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1912.
Prime No. 1
Hams, Rone; Brand, lb., jj
JompountJ, a Lard Substi
All departments are filled
with attractive bargains in
rime and wholesome foods.
Our new market at
open for business and
ready to serve you.
Old Dutch Market,
030 La. A. . W.
3418-20 Georgia At. X. TV.
1632 North Capitol.
S. E. Cor. 7th dt a X. TV.
X. TV. Cor. Slat 4. M.
500 8th S. K.
1111 II X. E.
1035.37 14th X. TV.
F. STEW ART,1st& HSU.
tTe Glre Votes In Tie HmM'i $3,000 Contest.
Our Special Mixed Chocolates 25c
and 40c per box.
tl.00 Gallon. 25c Quart. 15o Pint.
024 8th St. aw.. 1203 H St. M.
800 4 St. aw.
Fre Delivery to All Parts of City.
We Glre Votes In The Hcrald'a 3.000 Ctjetset.
School Supplies. Magazines. Periodicals.
1401 H STREET N. E.
We Ofr Vmm la The BnM'i J3.000 Contest.
No Storage Charges for
Itraxiaable rate, on Horace, aanllas.
ad p.ekln-. Estimate. furaUhed. Ex.
UNION STORAGE CO..
rPaea. M. . 111 Pa. At.
we Glre Vote In The Herald's COCO 4nttrt.
GONOMY MEAT MARKE
Where the bast of Foodstuffs eas
be had at the lowest pnranini
print. Meats, Pah, iM ProrUionj
OA Thlrrl e M uu
We Gh Tote la The Herald's 13,000 Contest.
Bins Ribbon Cream Melal Polish
The thick Oil Cream Polish that does not
settle nor leave powder or sediment.
The Polish that makes any car look
fjAVIS & CHILIS TfI- ,r-
We srlr Herald $25,000 contest rotes.
0, TheMarkelol The Market of
(J Economies Cleanlinm M
Memben of Chalnber of Commerce
Arrange Elaborate Programme
for International Delegate!.
ARRIVE HERE OCTOBEE 12
OH 10TJ1 Op UNTIED STATES
Subscriptions for Fund to Be So
licited by Officials of
Plans for the entertainment of the
delegates to the fifth International Con
Cress of Chambers of Commerce, who
will visit Washington October IS and
remain for three days, have been worked
out by a special committee of the Wash
ington Chamber of Commerce. It la pro
posed to raise S2.SC0 by popular sub
scription to pay for the entertainment.
This Is to be done by the solicitation of
200 prominent business men who are ex
pected to contribute S10 each for the pur
pose, $500 of the fund already having been
The committee on entertainment Is com
posed of Capt James F. Oyster, president
of the Chamber: D. J. Callahan, first vice
president, and D, J. Kaufman, chairman
of the committee.
Dr. Edwin S. Reed was the delegate of
the local body to the meeting of the con
gress, which has just closed Its sessions
In Boston. Dr. Reed describes the pro
gramme of entertainment provided by
the Chamber of Commerce of the Massa
chusetts city as elaborate and unique,
and admonishes the Washington people
that It wtll be necessary to put up an
enticing plan of sightseeing and recep
tions to Interest the men who so re
cently were the guests of the Hub. ,
Elaborate Programme Arrangcrd.
The local committee has arranged a
"programme which will be adequate for
all purposes of showing the hospitality
of the Capital, provided the funds are
forthcoming', which probably will be
the case The body which Is making
a tour of the country consists of about
400 members from forty-two countries.
They are from Great Britain, the states
of Europe, various points In Asia, Ja
pan, and China, and from all the bor
der land of Cathay.
This Is the provisional programme
mapped out by the committee, which,
so far as possible, will be carried out':
When the delegates arrive at Union
Station they will be taken to their ho
tels In automobiles. The following day.
which is Sunday, they will be' given
a sightseeing' automobile ride through
Washington, and some of the public
buildings will be opened for their in
spection. Monday the delegates will be
taken to Mount Vernon. Luncheon will
be served aboard the boat, and Monday
night, they will be Riven a reception In
the Pan-American Building:.
Entertainment Committee Named.
A special entertainment committee, to
assist in looking after the visitors when
they arrive, has been uppolntcd. con
slrting of Byron S. Adams, M. E. Alles.
Thomas H. Anderson. R. P. Andrews.
Conrad Becker. Job Barnard. John Bar
rett. Samuel Bensinger, Melvln Behrends.
Charles J. Bell. Claude X. Bennett, Jo
seph Berberlch, II. C. Berghelmer. Charles
E. Bern-. A. O. Bliss. W. W. Bowie. B.
M. Bridget, Chapin Brown. Glenn Brown,
George V. Buck, Ira E. Bennett, A. P.
Browne. A Bo law ski. D. J. Callahan,
John G Capers, P. B. Chase, Harry M.
Clabaugh. A. P Clark, jr.: Harry
Clark. M G Copeland. C. I. Corby. W. S.
Corby, W. V Cox. Joseph H. Cranford,
Percy Cranford, Charles D. Cugle. John
M. Culp. J Harry Cunningham. John B.
Daish, E. II Daniel. Charles W. Darr,
Ret. George A. Daugherty, Edward B.
Dean. O. J De Moll, Jules A. Demonet,
John Dolph. William F Dote. Carl
Droop, Edward H. Droop. T C. Dulin. B.
B. Earnshaw, John Joy Edson. John O.
Evans, William J. E non. George E. Flem
ing. Daniel Fraser. W. T. Galliher, Isaac
Gans, Julius Garfinkle. Henry H. Glaswle.
Isaac Goldenberg. Richard H. Golds
borough. Isador L. Goldhelm. Philip V.
Gormley, Ashley M. Gould E. C. Graham.
P Grandfleld. B. S. Graves. William
F. Gude. Adolphus Gude, Walter B. Guy,
Benjamin W. Guy, F. C. Handy. John
Hansen. R. S. Harper, George William
Harris, Samuel Hart. Hugh Harvey
Melvln C. Haren, J. T. Hendrick. J. P
Herrmann. Christian Heurlcb. J. K
Heyl. W. B. Hlbbs, W. S. Hoge, Louis
Holmes, Willism D. Hooter. J. W. Hun
ter. John A. Johnston. George H. Judd,
iiaj. W. V. Judson. Louis Kann. Slgmund
Kann. Simon Kann. D. J. Kaufman. Ttr.
Harry M. Kaufman, Harry 'king. Wilton
Lambert, James Lansburgh. Ralph W,
Lee." M. A. Leese, Joseph Letter, Charles
Llnklns. A. Lisner. A. M. Lothrop, Morton
Lucbs. Otto Luebkert. H. B. F. Mac
farlaud. F. W. MacKenzle. Edward Mc
Lean. J. Campbell Malcolm. A. D. Marks,
E. S. Harlow, Arthur J. May, Norman
Merrltt. E. P. Mertr, O. S. Metzerott. Ji.
L. MIddleton, George A. Mills. John
Mitchell, jr., P. T. Moran. A. C. Moses.
William Henderson- Moses. William
Muehlhelsen, Fleming New bold. John L.
New bold, Gerson Nordllnger, Clarence F.
Norment. Frank B. Noyes, Theodore W.
Noyes. George M. Oyster, Jr., James F.
Oyster, George W. Peck. James M. Place,
John Poole, D. S. Porter, A. D. Prince,
Arthur Ramsay. Charles Rauscher. Dr.
Edwin C. Reed. Howard S. Reeslde.
Hugh Rellly. Sidney Relzensteln, C. H.
Relzensteln, Charles H. Robb. Claude
Rogers, M. D. Rosenberg. Samuel Ross,
Cuno H. Rudolph, Joseph I. Saks. B. F.
Saul. Albert Schultels. G. F. Schutt.
William E. Shannon. James Sharp, W. C.
Shaw, N. H. Shea. Samuel S.hedd, E.
Sheetz. Sth Shepard. F. L. addons, A.
Leftwlch Sinclair. John F. Slaren. J. H.
Small. Jr.. T. W. Smith, George W. Spier,
Wendell P. Stafford. E. J. Stellwagen. H.
C. C. Stiles, J. M. Stoddard, Joseph
Strasburger. George W. Stuart. Maj.
Richard Sylvester. H. F. Taff. Core&ran
Thorn, Leon Tobrlner, Washington Top
ham. Josiah A. Van Orsdel, George H.
Walker. Harry Wardman. B. H. Warner.
Bates Warren. Paul Y. Waters. Richard
B. Watrous. John L. Weaver, Joseph I.
Weller, William D. West. -George W.
White, Martin Wlegand. W. A. Wlmsatt.
M. A. Winter. Alexander Wolf. Dr. W.
C. Woodward. S. W. Woodward. Simon
Wolf. F. A. Walker. George T. Worth
Ington. and Daniel Thew Wright.
To Enforce Antl-eplttlnir Lair.
A strict enforcement of the law making
spitting upon the sidewalks a misde
meanor was the subject of an order is
sued by Maj. Sylvester, superintendent
of police, yesterday. The captains of
precincts were told that there is evi
dence of nonenforcemenfof this law In
the business sections and that the habit
must be broken In the Interest of the
Ionia A. Phiars. 3, end Mary EL Cbnrut n
both of Charleston, W. Va. Bct. Donald C Mao-
Robert E. Buckler, 2). sod Lome E. Luidale.
B. Her. J. It. Heather.
James C Rhenherd. 28. and Emilr Etmnm m
both of rhuacJrinhla. Bct. B, W. Lowrie.
Offlce and Satea TTelcs f rtralalil ...
"- vu juauu. mi, xxuTisicr xJIdg. 4-
ABE XAXTIN SATS:
Ther'd be very few relatives on
speakin' terms if it wuzn' fer State
Th' bov that whistles on th road
t' school may never be President,
but it's a cinch he won't have t'
carry a hod.
EDWAED BELL HEBE.
Secretary of Legation to Havana
May Talk on Gibson Case.
Secretary of the American Legation in
Havana. Edward Bell, has reached Wash
ington on leave of absence.
It has been Intimated that while here
Mr. Bell will make some statement to
the State Dpartmnt concerning the as
sault made on Hugh S. Gibson, mem
ber of the American Legation, by a Cu
ban newspaper reporter some weeks ago.
SYLVESTER DEFENDS POLICE.
Replies to Statement of Dr. Wood.
Hutchinson Attacking Blnrcoata.
Maj. Richard SIvester, superintendent
of police, does not agree with Dr. Woods
Hutchinson's estimate of the police of
the United States, whom he character-
Ized as "stupid rather than vicious, and
somewhat too Intimately associated with
The major, who Is proud of his own
force, said yesterday, "that the Intel!!-
gence and moral standing of the police
and the humane treatment of prisoners
has been raised in the Ust ten years to
a point never before attained. "
"It Is true." says Maj. Sylv ester, "that
there are bad men In the police busi
ness, just as there are In every busi
ness. Still, It Is not Just to condemn
the entire police organization for the
shortcomings of a few Individuals."
Funeral of Mn. Mary Mmme.
Funeral services were held for Mrs
Mary Slmms, widow of Dr. Giles G. C.
Slmms, who died Friday at the family
residence, 1ST Corcoran Street, In St.
Paul's Catholic Church Mrs. Slmms
was sixty-eight years old and a life
long resident of the District
TJ. S. Drpt. of Agriculture. TCrather Boreen.
Washington. D O. Sept. 30. 1912-S p. m
Temperature hare risen cocsidrrablr over th
Xorthimtem State., the Plateau reaion. the MM
die nalna Main, and the UpnT Utsdaninpi Val
IrT. while the vtather la cooler over the Atlantlo
aeaboenl and in the Gulf Statea. There '
froata Monday morning iu tbe North Atlantic
Statea, the Ohio and Upper Mlnbaippi alien.
and in the region of the Great Lakes.
With the exception of local raina along the Gulf
coast and In the Bouthwcatern Matee and tbe far
N'orthwrtt. the weather will be grnerallr fair
Tueviar and Wednepdar throughout tbe oountrr
Temperatures will not change decidedly In any
part of the country during the next forty-eight
The wind along the New England coatt will be
light westerly: on the Middle Atlantic co.it light
rariable: on the South Atlantic and Gulr coaats
moderate northcaat and east, on tbe Gulf Lakes
Midnight, 53. 2 a. m . 9. 4 a. m . fS. ( a m..
41, a. m.. 47. 10 a m . K. 1 noon, W. : p. m .
60, 4 p m . 41. I p. m . tt. S p. m , 49, 10 p. nu.
15 Highest. 1 lowest, IZ.
Relatire humidity-t a m.. TJ. S p. ra , SJ: I
p. m . SL Rainfall fSp.jn.to8rvm). 0 Bours
rf sunshine, 11 S Fer cent of possible sunshine.
Temperature lame date last year Highest, C,'
Temperature, tn Other Cities.
Temperatures In other dtiee, together with the
amount of rainfall for the twenty-four hours ended
at I p. m. yesterday, are as follows:
Aaherille. X C
Atlanta. ;a 73 S3 66
Atlantic City. X. J .... 60 a 55
Bismarck. N. Dak " 30 60
Boston, Mass 68 H
Buffslo. X Y X 40 53
Chicago. Ill 61 41 U
Cincinnati. Ohio C3 C K
Cheyenne. Wjo 68 II M
Darenport. Iowa 60 40 54
Denrer. Colo TO S (6
Dee Moines. Iowa 60 34 51
Duhitb. Minn 60 54
Galreston, Tex 71 U 73 0 01
Helena. Mont 61 34 63
Indianapolis. Ind. C 40 56
JsckaooTille. Fla SO 7 74
Kins. City. Mo 63 33 56
Little Rock. Ark a 50 64
Los Angeles. Cal 93 64 t ...
Marquette. Mich S3 X 41
Memphis. Tenn 66 41 2 ....
New Orleans. La 7( 70 74 B
Xew York. X Y 51 38 54
North" riaue. Xebr 6i 3 56 ...
Omaha. Xebr 63 34 SS
Philadelphia. Pa 63 42 56
Fittabursj Ta 51 a 54
PortliDd. Me 54 38 48 0 10
rortland. Oreg 64 56 60 0 04
Salt Lake City. Utah 78 70
Han Francisco. CaL 63 K 60
ttDrlngfleld. Ill 62 40 54
Tacoma. tVaah 62 ., 60 0.17
Tampa, Fla 90 73 78 0.10
Toledo, Ohio 60 40 51
Vlcksburg. Miss .., "I 56 60
To-day-High tide. 111 a. ra. and H.27 p. m.
Low tide, 52) a. m. and 5:64 p. m.
To-morrow High tide. 11:50 a. ra. Low tide,
CU0 a. m. and 523 p. m.
Condition of Rivera,
Harpers Kern. W. V.. Sent. 30 The TVvmii.
ana Shenandoah Rum both muddy this morning.
Bemud J. and Xellia A. Werner, girt.
George S. and Annie T. Weber. Ctrl.
Charles A. and Josephine E. Thomas. girL
Charles B. and Florence E. a Tucker, boy.
George R. and Mary Bchneltxer, girL
William G. and Tear! G. Stuart, girL
Peter and Helen Skladoa, boy.
Thomas and Ella Seed. girL
Henry W. and Alice. R. Tetty. girl.
Charles L. and Annie Piquett, bey.
Robert and Delia Phippa. girL
Gilbert L. and LQy M. Hardy, girt.
Porter and Canna L. Osborne boy,
Lynn and Ethel Newton, boy.
Morris J. and Lena MaUekaoo, girL
Lcoli J. and Anna B. Leaieur. girL
Henry M. and Blanche Jett. girL
William K. and Marie C. Harlow, girL
Thomas T. and 3taaeUa E. Hamilton, girL
Columbus W. and Cora Henry. girL
Lewis E. and Alice V. Hummer. girL
John G. and Anna C Harrec, boy,
Owen L, and Ere E, Fowler, boy.
Charles J. and Clara Evans, boy.
Arnold H. and Bertha Dyson, boy.
Wmiara and Catherine U. Casey. girL
Samuel and Lillian B. Cobnan, boy.
Benjamin J. and Marion W. Canby. boy.
George H. and Ethel A. Lo Carpenter, girL
Henry L., Jr and Jeannette L, Brack, gjrL
Edgar and Lucy Smith, boy.
John W. and Era D. Stan. girL '
John X. and Osale Handr.-bor.
Squire W. and Annas GUmore, boy.
nuoaa ana gm Boston, poy,
DELEGATE IN HOUSE
Brig-htwood Association Adopts Res
olution Urging Representa
"We want a representative In Con
gress. The" affairs of the District will
never be given the proper attentIon,untll
a representative, elected, by the' people
of the District, advance their Interests In
Homer Smith, of the Bureau of Indian
Affairs, and a member of the Brlghtwood
Citizens Association, prefaced the reso
lution by calling for a representative
from the District In Congress, which he
offered to the association at Its meeting
last night In Van Horn's Hall, with the
foregoing remarks. The resolution in
"Resolved, by the Brlghtwood Park
Citizens Association, That the District of
Columbia should be represented in the
United States Congress by a delegate
elected by the people."
The association unanimously adopted
the resolution, and decided to send a
copy to the Federation of Citizens' As
S. M. Falconer, Jr.. secretary of the
association, spoke In fat or of the reso
lution. The association made a survey of the
needs of the suburbs, and prepared a list
or Improvements to be recommended to
the Commissioners for consideration In
connection with their estimates for the
next fiscal year.
A list of six streets were recommended
for pavement, and additions of street
light, also will be requested. Among the
requests to be submitted to the Commis
sioners was one calling for a subpotlce
station and Increased police protection.
New officers elected were J. v. aic-
Intyre. president. M. J. White, vice pres
ident: S. M. Falconer, Jr.. secretary; J.
Proctor, treasurer: W. McK. Clayton.
delegate to the Federation of Citizens'
Associations, and E. J. Aers, alternate.
PLAN TO REPLENISH FUND.
Chamber of Commerce? to Halve
Sloney for Convention Purpose..
At a meeting of the conventions com
mittee of the Chamber of Commerce yes
terday at noon ways and means were con
sidered to replenish the S2S.00O fund which
for two years has been the means of
bringing to many contentions, congresses,
and national meetings to this city.
The committee has under advisement a
definite plan for raising the money, which
was passed upon by the full committee
yesterday and will be reported to the di
rectors of the chamber at their October
meeting this week.
LITTLE HOPE FOR SAILOR.
Scamnn, Assaulted and Robbed In
Little hope Is entertained by physi
cians at Providence Hospital for the re
covery of Hans Johnson, forty-one jears
old, a sailor on the Norwegian tramp
steamer Uhler, who was robbed, almost
beaten to death, and left for dead In
South Capitol Street early Sunday morn
The police bellete Johnson was as
saulted while he was returning to the
steamer. He says he had been drink
Ink. and does not remember what hap
pened The sailor Is suffering from
compound fracture of the skull.
SEARCH FOR HIGHWAYMEN.
Police IuTe.ttaraUr Story of nobber;
Told 1- Timothy Kltscernld.
Held up. robbed of a small sum of
money, and beaten, according to his
own story, Timothy Fitzgerald, who says
he has no home and la not emplosed, has
furnished the police with a mystery
which seems destined to be listed among
Fitzgerald declares the hold-up oc-
cured shortly after 3 o'clock yesterday
monrlng In E Street, between Twentieth
and Twents-flrst Streets Northwest Tie
was found wandering In a dazed state ot
mind at Seventh and P Streets North
west an hour later by Policeman Vovans.
At Homeopathic Hospital physicians
said Fitzgerald was not Injured He
could not describe the highwaymen, and
the police hate little hope of finding
Mary Connely. 63. Tuberculosis Hppt
John W. Corner. 44. Walter Reed Gen. Hfr.
Louis C. Rockwell. 3. Walter Reed Gen. HospL
Marie F. Xutsbeum, 10. Emergency Hospt,
Annette H Sherman. 73. 423 Second St. ne
John Anderson. 23, Freedmen'a Hmpt.
Fannie Taylor, 76. Home for Aged and Innnn.
Jamee Brown, 75. Waahington Asluzn Ilotpt,
Howard Stewart. 25. 1520 B St. ne.
Squire Calloway, 17. Preedmen's Hospt
Isaiah Vtoodard. 73. 210 B St. nw.
Infant of Katie and Robert Tyler, twenty minutes.
C3 Callan St. ne.
Tailors for the
Well Dressed Man
A Suit and Overcoat of the
Latest Fall and Winter
$12.50 and up.
TROUSERS, $3.50 up.
Max Needle & Co.
437 7th Street N.W.
Phone Main 4238
We Rive Herald 135,000 contest votes.
Brlns back replies, because each
order receives the same personal
attention. Irrespective of slie.
You win find 4 our letter free
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical errors. &c
You can safely intrust Impor
tant form letters to us. belnr as
sured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2.000 LETTERS, S4.03
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
Dlstrlrt National Bank TJatldlas.
1406 Q Street
421 f 421 7th St
417 ti 425 lth St
We Are Shewing the Yeiy
Latest Models in
53.M Ready-to- f qf
wear Hats 99
Made of good quality silk vel
vet draped with satin folds; long:
satin ears; In Brown, Navy Blue,
JJ.OO value, 11.35.
NEW MODELS IN
$4.60 and $5.88 Values,
Silk velvet with moire crowns,
in the Trlcorne and Continental
shapes, modlshly trimmed with
silk and velvet folds, wings, un
curled ostrich, and fancies
priced elsewhere at J4.00 and
uu THEATER u
519 Seventh St. N. W.
WM. AIREY, Manager.
We Glre Totes tn The Herald a 3,000 Contest.
'To-d.y and To-morrow,
"IX THE I.UD OF THE LlOV
A Tiro-Heel Production, Hand
"THE nUD FALCON"."
And Other Feature Productions.
THUIt.s., Fill, IT AD STJ.Y.
IX TOLSTOY'S -nESUnREC
TIOV." A 31 IGVIPICEVr
PHOTO PHI AND FULL
ZEN.TH THEATER I
Get our mind off yourself and
S be comfortable and contented.
g SPECIAL TO-DAY
it Also an added attraction, first
fj time. "SL.NDUHED TIES."
JJ We jtlTe Herald 2S,000
22 contest lotea.
MOVING PICTURE THEATER
322 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
OF HIGH-CLASS PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P. M.
5c ADMISSION 5c
We Glre Votes la The Herald's 525.041 Ortest.
Coolest Theater in Town.
New Feature Films.
We Glre Votes In The Herald's tZ.000 Contest.
Should be done now to stop the
small leaks that grow larse.
Roof Paint, a combination ot
Brazilian copal sum. special pre
pared pure linseed oil. and a
suitable color, containing no coal
tar or any b7product of coal tar.
Elastikote Roof Paint
In gallon cans for family use.
Place your order for Root
W. S. JENKS & SON,
Slovts & Ranges, 723 7th St. Ff. W.
We Glre Votes In The Berald'a 3.000 Contest
909 Seventh Street
,' ' ANOTHER WOND1RFUL HOW.
Dally; Mats., All Ssats, 10c. Evenings and Sundays, 16o and 29c
The Home off Quality Shows
ALL THIS WEEK
A Novel Combination of Popular
and Classical Music.
SHOW NEVER STOPS
To accommodate those of our custom
ers who cannot call during the day, our
store will remain open TO-NIGHT and
WEDNESDAY until 9 p. m.
The most important clearance ale of
pianos and player-pianos ever held by our
house is in progress.
E. F. DROOP & SONS CO.
1300 G Street
HOW ABOUT HEAT?
BIGGS HEATING CO., 917 H St. N.W.
Pbone Main 4SS8.
VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH NATURAL.
,-, 1 ,ML Vwt ew Srrtl. t mail. SIB
Ctlorado Bldi. Pree lecture for women Wednesdays
at J JO p. ra. -"
To Burn 6as and Make
that Room More
Will Counteract the Early
Fall Chilly Atmos
And Other Best Gas Goods.
616 12th St. 1204 G St.
Your Eyes Need
Don't waste time. Have them T
taken care of right away by a
Practical Optician with 15 years T
l A. 0. HUTTERLY, I
f WATCHES. CLOCKS. CHRO-
? NOMETERS. J
5, Skillfully repaired by workmen T
5. familiar with foreign and do- T
3. mestic makes. ?
t 732 7th St. N.W. Main 3298.
largest Horning Circulation.
I III I H Hi?' Mi
in 5cn5 dnd $f ones
C0HTIN10IS, 1 TO 11 P. M.
MILLER'S 1 raftajes contain not only
e. ii i . BEST Buckwheat. bt
Stll-rSiSing I M0RE Bndrwheat tiaa thow of
n , , . other ttannfartnrers fctnetly
DllCXWDEat , Pnre-rrorerlr learecflr
cyPhone your crier No oonsusun surplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW ) BRO..
Wholesalers, 11th and M St a. S. E.
CARSOX On Sunday. September :?. 131i
in Philadelphia, Pa. Maj. JOHN' M
CARSON, beloved husband of Annie
Funeral services Tuesday, October 1.
at 2 o'clock, trom the residence of his
daughter. Mrs. T L. Macdonald. irl
Massachusetts Avenue Northwest.
Interment (priAate) In Arlington Na
MILITARY ORDER OP THE LOTAL LEGION
OF THE CMTED STATES
Ccanmandery ot the Dlitrict of Columbia.
City of Weshlntton. Oct. 1. Bli
The death of Qrapamm JOHN MILLER CAR
SON. Captain. U S. Volunteers. ex-Memher of The
CocneJ. at Philadelphia. PennsylTSnia, on the 3t3
ultimo la announced to the Comma ndery
Funeral seniors, at which the attendance ot
Companions is reo.neted. will be held at ISJl Mas
sachusetts Arenue N W. at 3 o'clock P M. this
Interment at the auonal Cemetery. Arlington.
Major-Genera! GEORGE B DAVIS, C 8 Annr
THOMAS H McKEE.
COONEV On Monday. September S. 13!.,
at Walter Reed Hospital. JOHN w.
COONEY, at the age of forty-four
Interment at Arlington. Va., Tuesday,
October 1. at 3 p. m. Remain' can
be been at Joseph A. Repeal's funer
al parlors, 317 Pennsylvania .Uenue
SCOTT On Saturday. September . lli
Corp. FRANK L. SCOTT, aged twen
ty -nine years, of Signal Corps Avia
tion School. College. Park. Md
Interment at Arlington. Va.. Tucsda.
October 1, at 10:30 a. m Remains
can be seen at Joseph A. Repetti's
funeral parlors, 317 Pennsylvania Ave
ROCKWELL On Saturday, September
2S. 19IT. Lieut. LOUIS C ROCK
WELL, aged twenty-elcht years, of
Signal Corps Aviation School. College
Park. Md. Remains can be seen at
Joseph A. Repetti's funeral parlors.
317 Pennsylvania Aenue Southeast
Funeral will take place from St- John's
Church. Sixteenth and H Streets
Northwest, on Tuesday October 1. at
2 3ft o'clock. Interment at Arlington,
GEORGE P. ZURHORST,
S3 EAST CAPITOL ST.
Established U&7. CHAS. 8. ZURHORST. Mfr.
J. WILLIAM LEE. Funeral Director
and Embshnrr. Lltery tn connection. Commodloui
Chapel and Modern Crematccam, Modest price.
333 rennsyltsnla Are. nw. Telephone Main Hal
W. R. SPEARE.
rUSEBAL DIRECTOR AND KilBALilta.
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON. D. C
Phones Main it
FRANK A SPEARE. Mviv'v.
Ot Eirry Description Moderately Priced.
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