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THE WASHINGTON HER ALD.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1912.
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DUTCH
Specials
FOR
Thursday
OCT. 3rd
Frying and Baking
Chickens, Fancy
Home-Dressed,
lb.,
20c
Lemons, large
and juicy, doz.,
15c
Hamburg Steak,
lb.,
12 c
Sliced Ham. lb.,
Sliced Bacon, lb.,
Sweet Potatoes
Prime Eastern
Shore.
Peck,
Our new market at
7th and B Streets north
east, is open for busi
ness and ready to serve
you.
Old Dutch Market,
Inc.
030 La. At. ar. w.
3418-30 Georgia At. X. W.
1632 orlh Capitol.
S. E. Cor. Ttb A Q. Jf. W.
.V. W. Cor. 31st & M.
SOO 8th S. E.
1111 II X. E.
1035-37 14th X. W.
You Can
Always Get
The choicest the markets afford
here and staple and fancy grocer
ies. WEBER, 4th & H Sts. N. E.
We clve Herald fSSMtO eonteat vote.
$18,00
Will buy you the best made Three
piece Suit of Clothes, 2-button. single-breasted
coat with high cut
vest and medium peg pants. Tour
choice of all-wool goods.
WILLIAM BERENTER,
437 Seventh St. S. W.
We clre Herald IS5.O0O contest Totes.
SPECIAL
Our Special Mixed Chocolates 35c
and 40c per box.
ICE CREAN
$1.00 Gallon. 25c Quart. 15o Pint.
COKINOS BROS.,
824 Olh St. an, 1303 H Sti ae,
000 4H St. air.
Free Delivery to All Parts nf City.
We Girt Veto la Tie Utnll'i fSJJtt Contest.
E
GONOMY MEAT MARKE
T
Where tha test of Foodstuffs caa
U hwl tt tha Whit trmilinx
price. Mnti. Fbb, tad Frorlalou
JwtjVlresh.
409 Third St. N. W.
We Cite Votes In The BeraM'a. CS.0CO Contest.
S
UITS 35ci,P,
K I R T S 95i .
PONGED PITESSRD, Uli
Blue Ribbon Cream-Metal Polish
The thick Oil Cream Polish that does sot
rettle nor leave powder or sediment.
The Polish that makes- any car look:
swell.
8AIS&MILH&fe&Xw.
5Ve glT HeraM. & Mttnt TOtef.,
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in!
ffl 1033-37 14th X. W. I
H Tie Market n! The Market of IS
m EcoBomies Cleanliness jju
ASK FOR MORE
L
Petworth Citizens Appeal to Board
of Education for Better
Facilities.
MISS EDITH K KEEN
NEW BOABD MEMBER
Br. Ionise Taylor-Jones Appointed
Medical Inspector by the
Commissioners.
Representatives of the Pctvvorth and
Rhode Island Avenue Citizens" Associ
ations told the Board of Education at
Its meeting yesterday their troubles in
the way of lack of school facilities.
William IT. Cromwell. Rev. William A.
Hagerty. and I. C. Kills, chairman of
the school committee, represented the
Petworth Association. They told the
board of their need of en eight-room ad
dition to the present building, claiming
that their school Is badly congested this
year, and that by next year conditions
will be many times worse.
Mr. Ellis stated that the enrollment
iias 10S In excess of the total desk ca
pacity, taking Into consideration tvvo
basement rooms, which the petwortn
people object to on the ground that
they are not sanitary
Last spring. Mr. Ellis said, Petworth
asked for a. slxteen-room building on
some other site. This building will be
necessary In the near future, according
to Mr. Ellis, but In default of receiving
what they asked for last year they ex-
plained that an eight-room addition was
Imperative. This school will be some
what relieved by the transfer of about
1M Park View children, who will at
tend classes In the portable buildings
moved by the board Into that suburb.
In course of enlisting the Interest of
the board Mr. Ellis described Petworth
as "a peculiar nelghborhcod no rich, no
poor: all progressives; no race suicide:
nearly all joung people owning their own
homes.
The Rhode Island Avenue Citizens As
sociation want a new building. In
creased enrollment In the Langdon School
and the rapid improvement of this sec
tion will make a. new school building
necessary there In the near future, they
believe.
The recommendations of B. W. Murch,
director of night schools, were adopted
by the board. Principals of the buildings
In which night classes are to De nem
will be ready for enrollment Friday and
Saturday. Classes for white pupils will
open Monday night In the Thompson
School, the McKInley Manual Training
School. Business High School. Jefferson.
Wallach. and Gales. For the colored pu
pils the class will be held In the Arm
strong Manual Training School. Phelps.
Garnet. Randall. Stevens. Phillips. Bur-
ney, and Garfield.
Announcement was made of the ap
pointment of Dr. Louise Taylor-Jones to
the position of medical inspector of
schools by order of the Commissioners.
The District Supreme Court yesterday
appointed Mrs. Edith Kingman Kern,
wife of Joseph Qulncy Kern, president
of the League of American Penwomen.
and Dr. Charles H. Marshall, a colored
physician, members of the Board of Edu
cation. Mrs. Kern succeeds Mr. Lllxabetn
Hoeke. who died recently. Her term will
expire July 1. 1913.
Mr. Horner again requested ur. jjavm-
son. superintendent of schools, to explain
hat was to be done witn tne tour teacn-
ers' salaries for the colored, of which at
present there are no Incumbents.
The followlnc transfers, appointments.
and resignations were acted upon by the
board.
Transfer Mia J. M. Raw!lnc. teacher of the
iznth trade end principal. Hilton Sciirol to Wal
lach School.
Aroint Jllaa E. JL Orel substitute leacner.
Bnsinesi Hlch School
Ainoint Mlsa J X Burton as substitute learner
in German. Enziish. and Latin, white hifih rchnois.
Arjmnt the followlnc teachers in muni acnoois
Mrs. A C Payne, oookbxt teacher. 211 U Street
nrthil and Eighth and I Streets Northeast: ills)
M L roUard. cookins teacher. H38 H Street North
east; Mrs. F. P. Closer, seventh trade teacher.
dales School; Sirs. S A. McCaw. tilth reads
teacher. Rales School. H. B McCawley. typewriting:
teacher fiales School. Ml Ellen CMden. teacher
of Ensllsh, Business Ilith School: Miss S. A Wal
lace, teacher of Encliah. Business Hh School ; Miss
E. V Willis teacher ot shorthsnd. Muslne men
School
Transfer Miss M. R. O Bnen. teacher serenin
trade. Galea School, to wreath trade, Jefferson
School.
Transfer Mis B. M. Price, teacher seventh trade.
Jefferson School, to serenth. trade. FranVlin School.
Appoint the following at substitute teachers In the
rr.rlt ,nd hleh schools: Mr. F. L. N. Merer. Mr.
J. J Greer. Mr. T. K. Barrows. Miss A. 3. Mcd-
trA Mb J. P Demsee.
Aroint the following u substitute teachers In
the traded schools: Miss S. V. C.usac. Mian Man
uefslades. Miss M V uemsey. mis. a. . ii.in.
Miss Marietta htclsrd. and Mlsa M. D Rlczles.
Arpoint r. E. Lucas uscner os irpewnunt.
Business nifih School.
imri munition of Mrs. E. M Thomas.
trfce- of rirrsmakin?. Armstront Mcht School.
Appoint Mrs. Jt. C. Brooke teacher of dress-
maklnc. Armstront itni rows
Asm reslmatlon of Mlsa O. V. Contee. teacher
rf itnnMlle art. Randall Xbrht SchooL
Appoint Mrs. E. 11. Burrell leacner oi aooesuc
art. lUndall Meht School
Appoint W. H Darts teacher, raeiro Business
Nltht School.
Anoint W. T 8. Jacsson principal oi i-neips
Business Nltht SchooL
Appoint Miss A. 31. lieriaaw leacner nitui
school. Garnet BuUdinz.
Transfer lliss L. A. Moumlnt. tescher, fifth
trade. Monroe School to Johnson School
Transfer Mlsa M 1 Williams, leacner. min
trade. Van Buren School to Monroe School
Transfer Miss It. It. Woodward, teacher, filth
trade. Greenleaf School to Van Buren SchooL
Transfer Miss H. B. uaroner. learner, louna
ende. ia teacher, third trade, retworth School
to Tark View rortaUes and aasijnecl u prlnclpaL
Tranter Miss 11. E. LTossier. lemporarr learner,
third trade. Morsan School to Petworth School
as teacher of fourth trade temporarily.
Promote Miss Isabel Clark second trade to third
trade, and transferred from Cherr Chase School
to Mcrtan SchooL
Promote Miss E. J. cunmnenain nrsi to aecona
crade. Cheer Chase SchooL
Promote Miss D. W. Buddntham first trade to
second trade, and transferred from Boss School to
rark View portaNes.
Tranafer Miss M. A. Stephenson, second to first
trade. Jefferson School to Park Mew SchooL
Transfer Miss Adele .mooot, xounn 10 inira
trade, rowell School.
Appoint JIlss r. l. ureen. suDsiicnie leacner.
tradod schools.
Appoint Miss Cora Cornlcl substitute teacher ot
German, white hlch schools.
Appoint Miss G. R. Lancaeter teacher of do
mestic art, traded schools.
MAIirtlAGE LICENSES.
Gua IT. Campbell. S. and Ansa B. Badrr. ZL
Rer. Jamea L. McLaln.
Fred C. Broker. 27. and Tjarlnda B. Archer. 3.
Rer. B. 8 Pinkbam.
John W. Sale. S. and Atnea P. Banler. 3.
Iter. James F. Macxin.
Darld P. Watson, u. of rulaakL Va.. and Mar-
tie M. Bhankiln, S, of Boanoke, Va. Rer. Donald
C MacLeod.
Aureuua T. Cameron. 30. and Maude M. Tatum.
r. both of Petersburt. Va. Ber. O. 8. Ehlen.
Carl Fritachan. II. and llarU Klein. 37. Rer.
a R. Stetson.
Norman X: Patton. 29. of Baltimore. Md.. and
Eatherine E. Jacobs, 7. Ber. John E." Britts.
Thomaa G. Herbert. 35. and Marr L. Anderson.
33. Rer. Edward M. Mott,
Howard B. Men. 2. and Amelia Tkher. 19. both
of Baltimore, Md. Rer. A- H. Thompson.
Rarmond A. Moore, ZI. or Whetham. Mau ini
CedlU V. Rran. 30, of West Newton. SUss. Rer.
Jamea F. Mackro.
Fredrrk H. Sowera. Zl. and Nannie M. Lore-
less, 19. Rer. John E. Brlcti.
Juod Finks, zz, and Mae u. .Drennen. ZL Rer.
If, P. J. Ecaii. r ,
soward N. BharrKesa. zs, ana sun A. -Meren.
9L Rer. Robert W. BrooUac
Martin Is. Lohr. HJ. axd Unda. L Goodall. .
both of Vadbnv Va. Rer. W: A. Melrtn.
- 'Albeit W. Grant, JL of Fort Worth, Tex, tad
Annie W. CtaaetM. lex, j, ju liimn,
SEWERAGE HERE
iT
Sanitary Engineers Say Capital
Drainage Scheme Is Marvel
of Perfection.
SIX HUOTBED MIXES
OP SDBTEBAHEAN BIVEBS
An Initial Appropriation of $120
in 1810 r?as Starting
of Drainage.
Washington's sewerage system has been
pronounced the finest in the world, by
a party including some of the foremost
sanitary engineers, it was learned yes
terday. The party was escorted over
the sewerage system by Superintendent
Asa E. Phillips, Just at the close of the
Congress on Hygiene and Demography.
After spending an entire day in the ex
amination, it was the unanimous opinion
of all the experts that no city had a
better s)stem. not even excepting the
German municipalities, which are con
sidered to be the model in thb regard.
Included in the party were Dr. John
Watson, chief sanitary engineer of
Birmingham, England, and formerly
chief sanitary engineer of Toronto; Dr.
George W. Fuller, of New York, author
of the standard work on sewerage sys
tems; Dr. Soper. president of the Metro
politan Drainage Commission of New
York City, and James C Webster, chief
sanitary engineer of Philadelphia.
Sx hundred miles of subterranean
rivers underlie Washington n aver
age of nearly nine miles of river o ev
ery square mile of land. These figures
were given yesterday by Supt. Phillips,
In a lecture at Hygiene Hall.
"There underground rivers," said Mr.
Phillips," take off the flowage from
the half dozen or so of streams which
used to run through what Is now the
central portion of the city. In addi
tion they handle all the drainage from
Washington houses and all the im
mense amount of rain that fails an
nually in the District."
System Started In 1S10.
Mr. Phillips said that the present
sewerage system derived the greatest
impetus to Its development from the
flood of 1SS9, when Pennsylvania ave
nue was put under three feet of water.
This never can happen again, unless
the river rises higher than It ever did
before, he declared, for In addition to a
sewerage s)stem which expeditiously re
moves the excess of water from the Dis
trict's surface, two d)kes have been
built up to a height of five feet for the
protection of the low-lying business dis
tricts. Mr. Phillips said that the drainage of
Washington was started in 1S10, when an
initial appropriation of JIM was granted
for the purpose, while the present sewer
age sistem had so far cost tlionn.ooo. Jle
said that the annual expenditure fof
sewers ran about J330,001, and the an
nual Increase In mileage was twenty-five
miles.
The system adopted for the prevention
of mosquitoes was also described.
Throughout the city, according to Mr.
Phillips, there are more than 5,000 catch
basins for receiving storm water, and
unless these are properly cared for, he
asserted that during the dry periods of
warm weather the dirty water In these
basins affords excellent breeding places
for the insects. However, In Washing
ton. Mr. Phillips said. ll of these basins
are thoroughly flushed at biweekly lnter
als and then dosed with mosquito oil
during the breeding season, the average
cost for each preventive treatment be
ing 6 cents a basin. This work. Mr. Phil
lips said. Is distinct from that of clean
ing, all these basins being cleaned every
four weeks throughout the year.
WEATHEB CONDITIONS.
C S. Dept. of Acrieolture. Weather Bcreeu.
Washlnston. Wednesday. October 2 p. ra.
As hlch pre-wure lerraus crnerallr. except In the
Northwest, fslr weather will prerail Thursday and
Friday east of the Rocky Mountains, with aomewhat
hlcher lemprratures In the Interior of New England
and the Middle Atlantic Sutos. It will be cooler
Thursday in the rialns Stain, the Missouri and Up
per Mis&lsairpl i alleys, and somewhat cooler rrlday
in the Ohio Valley and Upper Lake reclon.
The winda alone the New Encland Coast will be
moderate southwest to south; on the Middle Atlan
tic Coast moderate southerly; on the South Atlantic
Coast moderate northeast and cast; on the East Gulf
Cjst moderate northeast: on the Went Gulf Coast
moderate northeast and east: on the Lower Lakes
moderate southwest; on tha Upper Lakes moderate
southwest to northwest.
Local Temperature.
Midnicht. SS; 5 a. m.. H: a. m.. : C a. ra.. :
8 a. m.. 49; 10 a. m.. 5; lz noon, d; 3 p. m., 65; i
p. m., to: 6 p. m.. 64; 8 XV m., 53; 10 p. m., 5Z,
Hichevt. 66; lowest, 11
BeUtire humidity 8 a. m., 78; 3 n. m.. S3; 8 p m ,
78. Rainfall (8 p. m. to 8 p. ra 1, 0. Hours of sun
shine, 11 8; per cent of possible sunshine, 100.
Tcmrerature same date last lear-lllthest, ro; low
est, 56.
Tempcratores In Other Cities.
Temperatures in other dtles, together with the
amount of rainfall for the twenty-four boon ended
at 8 p. m. yesterday, are aj follows:
Rain
Max. Min. p. ra. fall.
Asherille. N. C. 63 41 U
Atlanta. Ga 71 S3 (4
Atlantic City, N. J 8) 44 H
Bismarck. N. Dak TO X K
Boston. Mass. U 40 60
Buffalo. N". Y. 41 60
Chicago. Ill 70 SO 68
Cincinnati, Ohio II 43 M
Cheyenne. Wyo 63 40 U
Davenport, lo Tl 46 6S ....
Denver. Colo 70 41 68
Des Moines, lows. 78 44 60 0.11
Duluth, Minn 78 40 65
Galveston. Tex. 82 68 78 ....
Helena, Mont 80 41 U
Indianapolis, Ind..... TO 44 63 ....
Jacksonville, Fla. 78 74 70 0 88
Kansas City. Mo T6 54 68 0 04
Little Rock. Ark 73 S3 73
Los Angrlea, Cal 70 6 68 0.01
Manuette Mich 78 44 68
Memphis. Tenn. 74 50 70 ....
New Orleans. La............ 78 68 74 ....
New York. N. T SO 43 56
North Flatte. Nebr 80 41 64
Omaha, Nebr...... ...... 73 3 63
liuiedelpbla. 11. mum ....
nttsburc ra...... 88 43 63
Portland. Me. 54 33 44 0.M
Portland. Ores 88 48 66
Salt Lake City. Utah...... 66 SO 63 0.03
St. Louis, .Mo 13 50 66
St. raul. Minn 78 46 T3
San Francisco. CJaL 80 80 68 ....
Springfield. Ill . n 41 63
Tacoma, Wash 84 .. 64
Tampa, na. ....... m jz i uu
Toledo, Ohio . tO 44 60
Tide Tabic.
To-dar-Uixh tide. 119 a. n. and 13:15 a ra.
Low tide, 7fl a. m. and tSi p. ra.
To-morrow High tide. i:u a. m. ana 131 p. m.
Low tide, 8.11-s. m. and 8:1! p. ra.
Condition of Rivera.
Cnpt. Scaler o Report Soon.
Capt, Julian L. Schley, Corps of En
gineers, and successor to MoJ. .E. H.
Markham, as Assistant Engineer Com
missioner of the District, will report for
duty October is, according to an an
nouncement yesterday.
Cant. Sehlev la now on leave nf v.-
sence. Maj. Markham Is now In chare.
of the Improvements of the Mississippi II
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It blends
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all Whiskies
EXPLOSION DEATH
LIST REACHES POOR
Chief Gunners' Mate Crawford Suc
cumbs to Injuries Board In
vestigates Accident.
Newport, R. I., Oct, i Chief Gunner's
Mate Edward B. Crawford, of the de
stroyer Patterson, who was acting as
umpire on the destroyer Walke when her
turbine exploded at the speed test Tues
day, died to-day on board the hospital
ship Solace. This makes the total, death
list from the accident four, while Flre-
rran John Delaney. ot Lowell, Mass.,
probably will die. The remainder ot the
Injured officers and men are doing well.
Admiral Hugo Osterhaus, commanding
the fleet, visited the Solace to-day, and
later attended funeral services over the
remains of LlcuL O. Morrison. Machine
Mates Rumpf and Wilder, and Chief
Gunner's Mate Crawford, on board the
D'xle, flagship of the destroyer flotilla-
Chaplains McGinty and Bearie, of tne
training station, standing near the four
flower-covered caskets, pronounced the
funeral rites ot the Roman Catholic
and Protestant Episcopal services, after
which tans were sounded and three vol-
Itys flred above the dead. The bodies
were shipped to-night to the homes of
dtad men's families. Lieut. Morrison's
body was taken to his wife and two-n-onths-old
son at Annapolis; Machinists'
Mate Rumpf went to Ohio. Machinists'
Mate Wilder to Orland, Fla , and
Chief Gunner's Mate Crawrord was taken
to his young widow In Philadelphia.
Mrs. Morrison soon will receive a letter
containing the Navy Department's com
mendation of her husband's bravery in
saving a fireman from drowning only ten
davs before he himself was killed.
The board of Inquiry is still In session,
but nothing can be learned of the causes
decided on for the accident until the
board's report has been sent to Admiral
Osterhaus. thence to the Navy Depart
ment, and afterward made public
It ! certain that one hero, at least.
will be discovered, the man who saved
the lives of all the remainder of the
crew- by turning off the escaping steam
at the risk of his own life. His name
Is not known, and the crew of the Walke
are forbidden to talk or tne acciaeni.
The name of this man and of other en
ii.. .n.n u.hn acted with bravery and
efficiency will be recommended for gold
medals.
Illinois Republicans Meet.
k. iiiinni. TteDubllcan Association
held a smoker last night at the national
r. ,, i,ii,-o t-iuh. 1347 Pennsylvania Ave
nue. A large attendance and good
speeches made the evening an enjojame
occasion Another meeting will be held
-!,. ii ah Illinois Remibllcan voters
in Washington are lnvnea 10 tunic
BIR1HS REPORTED.
WH1TK.
Thomas and Laura V. White, boy.
Robert O. and Carrie V Wolff, girl.
George A. and Adeline E. Taubrrschmidt, boy.
Elmer M. and Anna 31 Tate. girL
Charles A and Florentine E. Stretch, boy.
Claude A. and EUa U Skinner, girL
John N" and EUle M. 0born. bay.
John and Bridget F. McCarthy, boy.
Lemuel 1. and Nellie Mclcturff. girL
Albert R. and Serena N. Limb, boy.
Allen O. and Edith M. Jamesaon. boy.
Eugene P. D. and Josephine Hathaway. tirL
George B. and Florence M. KTSfr. girt.
John A and May E. Douglas., boy
Robert F. and Onle Cummlngs. boy.
Thomas J. and Ellen Crowley, boy.
William II. and Catherine Bale. girL
Oscar U and Sarah J. Benson, girL
COLORED.
John and Agnes L West. girl.
Clifton U. and Sarah C Dlgzl. boy.
DEATH RECORD.
WHITE
Jamea Moss, T9 Jeers. 307 G St. nw.
John Morsn. (I, Providence HosriUI.
Fbilliphw Freitag. 75. 603 Half St. aw.
Otherine L Case. 70. Garfield Hospital.
Howard F. Wsnaell, 34. 183 Kramer St. ce.
John Dabba, 1 boor. 9 Foihall Road.
COLORED.
Charles Butler. 40 years, Garfield HospiteL
John Logan. 40, Freedmen'a Hospital.
Marion Hemdon, 17. 1008 P St. nw.
Andrew Edwards, 63, 243 G a. Ave. nw,
Lillian Stewart, 33, Garfield HcepitaL
Arthur FmnclL 28, Washington Asylum HospiteL
HennetU Reddlck, 60. Freedmen'a Hospital.
Howard Rogers. 7. Chlldren'a HospiuL
Alexander C Howell, jr., i months. 1ST 3d St. nw.
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OLDEST INHABITANTS MEET.
Movement far Life Membership
Mrrts with Opposition.
Two members were elected, applications
for membership were received from four
others, and matters pertaining to life
membership were discussed at a meeting
of the Association of Oldest Inhabitants
last night In the Old Union Engine
House, at Nineteenth and H Streets
Northwest. In the absence from the city
of President Theodore Noyes. William IL
Singleton occupied the chair and Benja
min W, Relss was secretary."
The new members elected were: Will
iam T. Keenan and Blake Clarke. The
applicants for membership were: G. M.
Husted, T. Leslie Reynolds. Charles
Mades, and Benjamin F McElwee.
A long discussion followed a resolution
providing that any person, upon sub
scribing to the constitution and rules
may. upon the payment of J2, become
a lite member, and that the money so
received be kept In a separate fund for
investment.
Objection to the proposition centered
mainly in the expectation that a number
of the richest members of the associa
tion would take advantage of the oppor
tunity, and that the support of the or
ganization would devolve upon the pay
ment of annual dues by the poorer mem
bers. Definite action was deferred.
Rebatrr Fined SIC.OOO.
New York. OcL i William Devlne.
freight agent of the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad at Cincinnati. Ohio, pleaded
guilty this afternoon before Judge Mayer
In the United States District Court to
giving rebates In Interstate commerce and
was lined $15,000.
Capital 31.009 0D0
Undivided Profits Over looooui
Deposits Pier.- T.OOO.MO
NEARLY TEN
MILLIONS
of dollars in resources
and a record of nearly half
a century of sound banking
stand for STRENGTH.
It Is not only profitable but
SAFE to depoilt your money
here.
E7Same rate of Interest paid
on both large and small ac
counts. National Savings
and Trust Cornpany.
Corner 15th and N. Y. Ave.
Forty-sixth Year.
DUFFY'S
MALT WHISKY,
7C BOTTLE.
DC Reg. Price, $1.
Christian Xander,
909 Seventh Street
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Established 1905.
LEO DAVIS, Importing Tailor
BUSINESS SUITS AND OVERCOATS.
Made on the most approved lines, of the
finest fabrics at prices that appeal to
the discriminating as well as frugal
business man. I make a specialty of
satlsfjlng the most particular cus
tomers. 730 13th Street Northwest
Phone Main K23.
How's Your Home Heated?
Steam or Hot Water System.
Consult
BIGGS H EATING CO., 91 7 H St. N.W
Phone Main 4SS6.
VIAVI SCIENCE OF REALTII. NATURAL.
nonsnrsical; 400-page book free. Apple by caiL 914
Colorado Bldf. Free lecture for iromen Wednesdavs
at 331 p. m. 34-tt
ASK YOUR GROCER
MILLER'S
Self-raising
Buckwheat
FOR MILLER'S
Self-raisin I(uctwbt All first
clast irtailnt hand. thit noted
rrodurt beauK itS THE BEST on
the markrt. loka and Ui-tes like
bnckwbtit iwvtctIJ IrtTcoed trict-
ly wire.
C7NO CONSUMERS SCETLIED.
B. B. EARNS HAW r BRO.
Wholesalers, 11th and H Sts. S. E.
DIED.
MILLER Suddenly on Wednesday, Oc
tober 2. 1912, at his residence, Mc
Lean, Vo, Rev. N. H. MILLER,
D. D.
Notice of funeral later. Pittsburg,
Philadelphia and Wilmington. Del
papers please copy.
NEALE Departed this life Tuesday. Oc-
toDer z. 1911. at 4:23 p. m., MARY E ,
beloved wife of Henry Neale (mes
senger to Speaker, United States Cap
itol), and devoted mother ot Etta.
Hyron, Iola Sewall, Bertie. Caszlta
Coleman, Ruby Brown, Raymond and
Randall Neale.
Funeral Saturday, October, 5, at 1 p.
m., from Ebeneser Church. Fourth
and D Streets Southeast. (Baltimore
and Pennsylvania papers please copy.)
FTOEBAL DLRECT0ES.
GEORGE P. ZUBH0RST,
901 EAST CAPITOL 8T.
Established ISL CHAS. 8. ZUBUOB3T. Mfv.
J. WILLIAM LEIC Funeral nireeto
and Zmbahser. Livery in connection. Ccimaodioaa
Cbspal and Modern Qtnatorram. Modest prices.
SS Pajasaylncls Are. nw. Telephone Main 1333.
W.R.SPEARE,
i-TJXXBAL DIRXCTOB AND XMBAUin.
940 F Street N. W.
WAsaixaTON. n. a
Phones Main !S
FRANK A. SPEARE. Mtnafsr.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
FUNERAL FLOWERS
Of Every. DrjerisUoa-MoaersUlj PraaaaV
GUDE.
" wmMmmr i .- alBiai .WlalLLVb
Opn S A. M,
A Special Purchase of 100
Women's New Fall Suits
Fully Worth $22.50 01 if QC
to Sell at - - -il,-
A canceled order for these suits made It fortunate for us. We se
e..rri them considerably under price, which enables us to make thl ex
fnrVnarv offer They are maSe of an excellent quality serge In black.
Wueandther wanted colors. Jackets are 33 Inches long and lined with
BOd Suillty snkfsklrtrare made in the very latest styles. Suits com.
fn all sires. 36. to 44. and are actually worth ;3I.S0.
While the 100 Last, To-iay, Year Choice, $14.95
MERINO UNDERWEAR
Supply Your Needs at
Ladles' Kleece-llned Combination
Suits. high necx. long
50c
sleeve, ankle length, bpe
clal
Ladles' Light-weight Wool Vests
and Pants; vests nigh neck, long
or short sleeves: pants JC
ankle or knee length, bpe- JC
clsl
EDUCATIONAL.
Gymnastics and Play
At the Y. M. C. A.
HELP THE CITY
MAN'S EFFICIENCY
Health! Health!! Health!!!
It's the word in everybody's mouth,
and everybody wants the answer
We are pioneers and "P!.a,1,,s,'"
hody-bulldlSg and heaUh-bulldtnif. .Our
facilities are most complete physicians
to advise, experts to direct, gymnasi
ums, baths, swimming pools.
HUSINF.SS MUX find Joy. recreation,
and phy.lcal stamina in our exercise
and play, bpecial attention given.
CLERKS, whose dally occupation
make change trom monotony by lg
orous exerci-e and healthful sports Im
perative, are coming to us In larger
numbers each year ....,,,
Full schedule of 11 o'clock, 5 o clock,
and 8 o'clock graded classes now In ef-
Apply for particulars by call or card
Y. M. C. A.
1736 G St.
Mount Vernon
Seminary
Boarding School for Girls,
Southwest Corner M and Eleventh
Streets.
Thirty-eighth year opens Tuesday.
October- I. Preparatory and collegiate
departments. ,
Certificate admits to leading colleges.
Spetlil attention Riven to Music. FTench.
Physical Culture. Training SJi.vre
Speaking Voice, and Domestic Science.
Ample Playgrounds, tennis, and bas-
ketM-r-s! ELIZABETH J SOMERS.
Mrs. ADELIA GATES HENS LEY.
Washington
College of Law
For 'Women and Men.
1317 XEW YORK AVEXUB . W.
Undergraduate classes now In session.
Classes limited in number. ,,..,.
Patent Law Class opens Thursday,
October 1 P- ni . under the charge of
"he Hon? Cornelius C Billings. First
A..i...nt Commissioner of Patents.
Tuition. JMlCO. -,,,.
Post-irraduate Course-LL hw"
JC'0W" Public Invited.
n ; Toilet-. CnorifHP MUV
is at the College from 10 to 2 and from
' t0 Phone M. 4SS for Catalogues.
Academy of the
Holy Cross
A select boarding school for touts ladies. For
terras. apply to Sisters of the Udj Cross. Wsaalns
lon. 1 CL. Upton Street and Cbrnecticut Avenue
101. T: V..i t .- ...4- -n thm T.HTT-
eiteooea. i." '",". Tr.riV"
Chevy unsse car hoc mc ""." .
HAMILTON SCHOOL
Has removed from 1607 H Street
n Ini-crrr and more convenient
quarters, 823-25 Fifteenth Street.
Inspection solicited.
OPENS OCT. 3.
MANDOLIN, GUITAR AND BANJO.
Walter T. Holt and Miss A. E. Hill
E Ensemble practice weekly. ordica Chitj.
EW STUDIOS KENOIS BUILDIXC1. Eleventh
and O btreets Northwest. ITione. Msin joy.
VOICE CULTURE
6IN01NO. ELOCCTIOS.
Tone Production. Deep Breathing.
Voice r-ladni. Physical Culture.
Ear Training. Di-tinet Enunciation.
SifAt blnsinj. Dramatic Art.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
14J Eleventh St. X. E. Phone Una V.
Friends School
1811 I Street.
Thomas W. Sldvrell, A. JI-, PrlnclpaL
FOR BOIS AND GIRLS.
Thirtieth Year Begins Sept. 55.
The Arts and Grafts School
1711-1713 New York Ave.
Will open Wednesday, October 2.
Lessons In Design, Wood Carving.
vaoaVrAtv-v Mtal Wnrle. Weavlns. and
Bookbinding.
1317 Krr -roRK. lVEJUK
-WASHisaroN-8 best-
Booiseeplnr, Shorthand. Trpewrttlal. and Xnslish
u tanetit in botn mr lav aruS Klasa Henool-
Unnd wsHlflea are aeenred fee cradnsleL '
"nits, m KsuMAUia i far Cat, ;
Cles t F. NT.
These Special Prices
I
I
Boys' Flece-llned Combination
Suits, in white or array; high
50c
neck, long sleeve, ankle
length. Special
Boys' Fleece-lined Vests and
Drawers, vests high neck. r)C.
long sleeves: drawers ankle 3r
length. Special -
NATIONAL
UNIVERSITY
LAW SCHOOL
(Evening Sessions Exclusively.)
44th Year.
Opens Oct. 1. 6:20 p. ra.
Practical courses of two, three, and
four years. leading to standard degrees
in law
Faculty of 2&, of whom 3 are Federal
Judges or practicing lawyers.
The degree of Bachelor-of-laws con be
secured In two years.
i-SiafJes,1!mIted to number permitting
Individual Instruction.
The post-graduate course leading to
the degree of Moster-ot-laws may bo
completed In one year addltionaL No
charge for Patent Law Course to mem
bers of the post-grad uat.e class.
For catalogue, application blanks. Ac
address the Dean, at the Administration
Offices. Southern Building. Phone Main
Si: 0.rraf,','?; br 1 at National Law
School Building. S16-H8 Uth St. N. W.
George Washington
University
JVInety-secoBd Tear.
Par and Late Afternoon Sessions.
Colombian College. A. B, B. S. In Chera.
CoII'Kef Engineering and Meehaale
M-'lTl ' "" Po,",c, Seicnces, A. B.
TW."" Co,l'E. A. B. and Teachers'
Diploma.
Offices: 2023 G Street.
School of Graduate Stndles. A. M M. S,
C E.. E. E, M. E, Ph. D.
Department of Medicine, M D
Department of Dentistry, D. D. S.
Offices: 1325 H Street.
Department of Law, LL. B. LL. SI,
Office: New Masonic Temple.
Associated College.!
National College of Pharmacy,
Phar. D.
SOS I Street.
Collejre of Veterinary Medicine,
" 2113 14th Street
General Office: 2023 G Street
The National Cathedral
School for Boys
EriaccptI ccwEtrx chool. occupjflsf It beatlo
fnl ccit booty cm
Mt. St. Alban
A FrrriraVioTT Sc&ool, offering cxoestlcsU irlti
TL ctool buLldlnj la one of tht most modr-n
and bnt equipped In tb cocntry. Tha faculty
ccfsr9n collT? indcatrs of ircocnlzed ASailltj.
Boardis and day deirtmfnta boji from I to U
jran.
ftn tann oinis Sej-tembef 2-v 1SH
The Biihcp of WashiEcton. presidest ef bocrd of
truat..
Fcr cat-k-gue addms
E. I. GREGG,
Ueftdauiter.
Washington School of Accountancy
Irof(eJocaI cducatloQ In accouataner, ptrparlni
fcr State cntiflcate of certified public aoountant
and for buitnrs- admlolstratloo. rnctkaj wort
rsrertallT adapted to men ensjtfored darintf the daj.
m-ict- ouiicun on lerraax. ciu or addrn Dlrto
tor cf Education, Y. JI. C. A.. lTM G St, X. W
Wkuhinttoa.
Hall-Noyes School
i rvili t-oeoueauonaj. Tenth, year opens
23 E St. S. V
The Potomac School
1330 EIGHTEENTH STREET.
BEOPE.NS WED.NESDAT. OCIOBEU t. UUL
KINOEROARTEN AND ELEMENTARr
Kill DOTS A.ND OIRLa. ",mnw
M0NTE8B0RI METHOD
Adapted in Klndersarten and Primary.
St. Mary's Academy,
ALEXANDRIA. VA.
BOARDI.NO SCHOOL POB GIRLS.
Tborouea Coures in Enxllsb. Art- and iinde.
Business Department a specialty. Rates moderate.
UaTH3 Of TOE HOLT CROSS.
DOMESTIC ARTS & SCIENCES
1754-1756 M Street H. W.
Complete, practical courses. Recnlar. DormaL seal
spedaL Uodel equipment. Expert faculty.
Besiatratloa Sept. U. 1911. CeUlecne.
ttt 1 1 IIIIIDIIIIH
! I hNuam I
Engraving Company,
Illustrators and Designers
PROCESS ENGRAVERS
Wu.iag.oaPn.BI.-. M. 673.
"QUALITY Alt SPEED"
We Glrs Votes la las Bsnudl Pfm
W i. V - fjji . F
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