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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. THCKStiAY, OCTOBER 3. 1912.
Woodward & Lothrop
New York WASHINGTON Paris.
Handsome Tailored Suits
In a Fine Collection of Styles
Severely tailored styles or those of a character slight-.
Iy more dressy. Many women during the fall season use
Tailored Suits for dress occasions and the garments in
these lines answer any requirrcnts. and are moderate in
price. .These suits have all the Vson's smartest new fea
tures, made in the wanted fabrics and colors and a fine
collection of styles.
Tailored Suits at $29.50.
Diagonals, cheviots, whipcords, plain serges, in black, navy.i
brown, taupe, and two-toned shades. The coats have tailored or
fancy collars are 32 inches long, and lined with Skinner's satin;
skirts are plain, panel, and plaited, side and front
Tailored Suits afc $35.00.
The line at this price, which we feature mostly, is the "Army
and Navy" Serge, in black and navy blue only. These suits are
famous for their wearing qualities, high-grade workmanship, and
dignified, elegant tailored appearance. Coats are 28 and 32 inches
long, lined with a fine grade of messaline silk; skirts in two of the
Tbtii fioorG at.
"Old Bleach" Towels.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN
ANNOUNCING THE AR
RIVAL OF OUR DIRECTLY
OF "OLD BLEACH"
These Towels are too well
known to require a detailed de
scription. Their bleach is natural free
from any chemical bleaching;
they are soft, absorbent, and of
a spongy resilience; hemmed
$3.50 to $25.00 dozen.
Second floor Eletvntli ft.
Infant Nainsook Dress
Patterns, Beautifully Hand-
Nainsook of a soft and dainty.
texture has been used for mak
ing these dress patterns for ba
bies, and the embroidery is ex
ecuted in beautiful designs by
skilled French women. Different
effects are shown, some being in
the popular panel design, others
with dainty sprays around bot
tom, and sleeves daintily edged
with plain scallop. Shown in
long and short styles. We im
ported these direct, and conse
quently the values offered are
52.00 to$3.75 each.
Mala floor G .
So many points of excellence appeal to us in the Klosfit Pet
ticoats that we have had an expert demonstrator from the factory
spend some time with us to tell our patrons about them- If you
are not acquainted with the Klosfit Petticoats, you should know
of their perfect fit, the comfort of the close-fitting elastic gore at
the waist, and the absence of the usual drawstring. The soft,
clinging modes of the prevailing fashions demand absolute smooth
ness of line over the hips ; the Klosefit Petticoats provide for this
as no others can. Every size, waist and length meagre, so that
perfect fit is assured. Exclusively here for Washington, and
priced as follows:
Silk Petticoats $5.00
Chiffon Taffeta Petticoats $5.00
Jersey-top Petticoats $5.00
Jersey-top and Cotton Petticoats $1.00 to $3.00
Third floor Elerenth at.
GIVES UP PULPIT
TO GO ON STAGE
New York. Oct. 2. In the belief that
he can render greater service to human
ity on the stage than he can in the
pulpit. Frederick A. WHmot. graduate
of Harvard University and of Tufts
Theological School, has decided to be
come an actor. Until a few days ago,
Mr. tVJlmot was assistant to Rev.
Trank O. Hall, rector of the Divine Pa
ternity Church, of this city. To begin
his stage career he will have a small
part in Pierre Loll's "The Daughter of
Heaven." to. be produced soon at the
Explaining his change from the pulpit
to the stage to-day, he said:
"The minister preaches half an hour
as a rule, and once a week. His face Is
in semi-darkness, he has no scenery, and
in muaiiduunB are very brief and
choppy, very incomplete. A man on the
stage preaches a sermon for two and
one-half hours eight times a week to
.. ouuimto wnicn on me average is
much larirer than (hn.. ...... iti
-- - ...woo j mm aee in
church, except on Christmas and Easter.
"I do not t wanf to be understood as
""'""""' itrnsinn, out it aoes seem
that the ecclesiastical organization con-
"""i i'Ka uenina me world of real
31 r. Pickett Improved.
Mrs. La Salle Corbell Pickett, widow
of the famous Confederate general,
George Pickett, who has been suffering
from a severe attack of pneumonia at
her apartment In the Ontario, is said
to be much improved. Her condition
was so serious as to be regarded as
critical by her physicians. She is now
expected to recover her health steadily.
Notice to the Public
The furniture factories have been
so overcrowded with business this
fall that in many cases important
shipments which should have reach
ed us in time for. the September
Sale are just now beginning to ar
rive. Partly for this reason and partly
because the inclement weather of
the past week has kept many of our
patrons indoors, we have decided to
continue the reduction sale during
tlte first week of October after
which all standard goods will be at
the regular prices.
W. B. Moses & Sons
F and 11th Sts.
The President and Mrs. Taft dined In.
formally on Tuesday evening with Mrs.
Clarence .Moore at her home at Prides
Crossing, Mass. Miss' Delia .Torrey, the
President's aunt, has returned to her
home In Mllbury. Mass.. .having spent a
Lfortnlght with, Mrs. Tart.
A brilliant naval wedding took place at
8 o'clock last evening In Christ Church.
Georgetown, when Miss Marian Edmon
ston King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George A. King, was married to Ensign
Robert Messlnger HincJUey, u. B. H.
Th Rev. J. H. W. Blake performed the
ceremony In the presence of relaUvea and
friends, who occupied every seat In the
beautifully decorated church.
The bride, who was given In marriage
by her father, wore a handsome gown
of white satin richly trimmed with fam
ily point lace, and he tulle veil was
caught in place with orange blossoms.
She carried a shdwer bouquet of lilies
of the valley and white orchids. Her
only ornament was a beautiful necklace
of twisted strings of seed pearls, which
was the gift of the bridegroom.
Miss Elizabeth Trueman King, the
schoolgirl sister of the bride, acted as
maid of honor. Her lovely gown was of
pale . green charmeuse satin, daintily
trimmed with tiny pink rosebuds, which
kept the color scheme that predominated
In the wedding party.
The bridesmaids were Miss Laura
Ansley. of Atlanta. Ga.; Miss Virginia
Jenkins, of Suffolk, Va.: Miss Dorothy
Flint, of Vermont, and Miss Mary Rad
ford and Miss Edith McQuade. of
Georgetown. They wore exquisite dresses
of rose-pink charmeuse satin, with crys
tal and lace trimming. The lace on the
bodice was caught In place by gold sword
pins, the gift of the bride to her brides
maids. The groom was attended by his best
man. Ensign Anles Loder. U. S. N.. and
the ushers were Ensign Henry F. Bruns.
U. 8. N.: "Ensign Carroll Byrnes. U. S.
N.: Ensign John F. Meigs, Jr., U. S. N.:
Ensign William C Barnes. U. S. N.. and
Ensign de Prevllle. They wore full dress
After the ceremony at the church a
large reception followed at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. King In Twenty-eighth
Street. The house beautifully dec
orated In the navy colors, and a hand
some supper was served.
A beautiful wedding took place last
night in Germantown. Pa., when Miss
Emma Francis' Berry, the daughter of
the late Mr. Edgar P. Berry, of George
town, and Mr. Louis Garthe, the Wash
ington correspondent of the Baltimore
American and the president of the Grid
Iron Club, were married. The wedding,
which nit i quiet one. took place at
the residence of the bride's brother, Mr.
Albert E. Berry, at Germantown, Pa.
Only the Immediate relaUves and close
friends of the bride and bridegroom wit
nessed the ceremony, which took place
In the beautifully decorated drawing
room, where an altar was erected at one
The Rev. J. J. Toomey, of the Holy
Cross Church. Germantown. officiated,
and the bride was given away by her
brother. She wore white satin, draped
with Duchesse lace, and carried a shower
bouquet of orchids and lilies of the val
ley. Her tulle veil was caught In place
with a wreath of orange blossoms, and
she wore pearl ornaments.
The maid of honor. Jllss Adeline King.
nt Washington, wore blue messaline, un
der blue chiffon, and carried a bouquet
of white roses. Mr. John s. Shrlver, 01
Washington, was best man.
The guests who witnessed tne cere
mony Included Gen. Felix Agnus. Miss
Martha Garthe. Miss Rapnel. all of Balti
more: Miss Florence Coleman, Mr.
Charles Woodbury Arth. Mrs. Hurley, of
Washington, and Mr. Nash, of Phlladel
phla. After the ceremony the bridal
party, with the above named guests, were
entertained at dinner by the brother and
sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Albert E.
Berry. . .
During the evening a telegram or con
gratulation was received from President
Toft from Bexerlv Farms The Presi
dent Is a personal friend of Mr Garthe.
Mr. and Mrs. Garthe, arier meir re
..."r,nrr tk.lr bridal trlD through the
South, will reside at the Northampton In
tH prmnnt wtrinw of the late Rear
Admiral John C Fremont, U. S. N., has
.......I in wci(nf-tAn And onened her
houe In R Street, where she will be
Joined next week by Mrs. (jnurcnui wn
dee. w hose son. Mr. Harold Candee, Is
Just recovering from a proiractea uinees.
the reult of an automobile accident
. hf m.!irr.ii fust nrlor to the Titanic
disaster. Mrs uanoee. wno . iiasim
Ing to her son s bedside, was a passen
ger on board that Ill-fated vessel
t Tlnnt Slater has leased the apart
..... n. in. IT Rtrt which was former
ly occupied by Senator and Mrs. Gilbert
Hitchcock, ana win spena ins cumins
season In Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Beale Bloomer have re
turned to Washington, and are visiting
h lstter's parents. Judge and Mrs. Cl
baugh In Mlntwood Place. Within the
npittew days they expect to taxe pos
session of their new residence In Hillyer
Place, wnicn tney nave purcnasea irora
Commodore and Mrs. E. F Qualtrough.
r fioTi Tnsenh P. Sanger. II. 8. A..
retired, and Mrs. Sanger are motorln?
to Wasnington irom A-.CW wjiiuon. i-. ..
where they have spent the summer, and
will reach this city in a few days. They
will spend the winter abroad.
MaJ. Gen. A. W. Greely, U. S. A., re
tired, and Mrs Greely will return to
Washington shortly from New Hamp
shire, where they have spent the sum
mer. Miss Rose Greely expects to go to
the Philippines, where she will spend 'the
winter with her brother, Lieut. John N.
Greely. who Is stationed at Manila.
The Rev. "Ulysses G. B. Pierce, of All
Souls' Church, returned yesterday, a
rom-anled by his family, from New Eng
land, where tney nave spent ino summer.
Dr. Pierce will occupy nis puipit on Bun
day. Mrs. .Stephen O. RIchey, who Is at the
Old Blair place at Silver Spring, Ml.
expects to return to Washington next
Col. and Mrs. Robert -M. Thompson,
who havo been In New Tork with their
daughter, Mrs. Stephen Pell, have ar
rived at the Hot Springs, Va.. for their
annual visit, and are occupying their
suite at the Homestead. CoL Thompson
has had seven saddle horses sent to
meet him at the Springs from his sta
bles in Washington, and In addlUon has
engaged others at the local livery. He
exnlalned that those from Washington
were all hunters, ana Mrs. Thompson
wished to do a great deal of driving
Mrs. Joslali CoDelv Thaw entertained
a bridge party at the Hot Springs club
house last week. Her guests Included
Mrs. George L. Carnegie, Mrs. Fred
erick: Edey. and Judge Peter T. Barlow,
of New York.
Rear Admiral George C Remey, TT. 8.
N., and Mrs. Remey, who have recenUy
returned to the city, have visiting them
Mr. jonn t. Kemey, 01 Burlington.
Iowa, who is the brother of Admiral
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Patterson.
who are sUU In Lenox, Mass., have Is
sued invitations for a dinner and musi
cals on October 11. They are also to
entertain the Garden Club next Mnnnv
afternoon. Mr.jand Mrs. Henry F. Cook.
THE NEW MEN'S WEAR SHOP.
G Street-Two Doors East of Eleventh.
It avoid the "unsightly spot
i on front of neck.
' 'ivoma THcawr
Learn that the patented
Neck Guard adds one more
good point to the "Fault
less" Shirts. All the new
est styles here for the
autumn; some with plain,
some with pleated bosoms:
some with collars to match;
some with separate cuffs.
Good, better, and best.
Faultless at $1.50, $2.00,
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER Hours. 8 to 6. G STREET
who have been their house guests, re
turned to New Tork yesterday.
The Miss Pattens are spending the
autumn at the Hot Springs, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin B. Laughllh. who
were married a fortnight ago at the resi
dence of the bride's father, Mr. Adrian
Iselin. at New Rochelle. N. Y., sailed
for England yesterday on noara tne jliu
retanla. Mr Iaughlln nlll take up his
duties as secretary of the American Em
bassy In London.
Miss Virginia I Seure, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. V Le Seure. and grand
daughter of former Speaker of the
House Cannon, -Mil be presented to
Washington society by her aunt. Miss
Helen Cannon, with whom she Is now
traveling In Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klrke Porter and
Miss Annie M Hegeman motored on
Tuesday from Southampton, L. I., to the
Hotel Gotham, where they win make a
Former Senator and Mrs. John B. Hen
derson, having spent the summer at Bar
Harbor, have returned to Washington
and opened their residence on Sixteenth
Plans are being made to entertain Sir
George Reid, High Commissioner for Au
stralia In London and former Prime Min
ister of Australia, and Lady Reid. dur
ing their visit In Washington from Wed
nesday next until the following Monday.
Hon. John Barrett, director general of
the Pan-American Union, will give a din
ner on Friday night, and the Chamber
of Commerce a luncheon or a dinner on
Thursday. In honor of the distinguished
Mrs Matthew T Scott entertained at
a luncheon esterday at the D. A. R. Me
morial Building In honor of the mem
ttrs of the board, who are here to at
tend ji the autumn meeting which took
Mr. and Mrs Guy A Ourand hae re
turned to Washington after spending the
last two weeks at Atlantic City.
Mrs. Henry B. F. Macfarland and Mrs.
William N. Strong are In New York on
their way home from their cottage at
Cap a I'Algle, Murray Bay. Canada,
where they have been since the middle
Dr. S. B. Winchester, of 007 Sixteenth
Street Northwest, has returned to the
c'ty with his two daughters and their
grandmother They spent the summer
In England and Scotland.
There will be a general meeting of the
Baltimore Chapter, No. S, of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy to-day at
3 o'clock in Vrundell Hall for the elec
tion of delegates to the convention of the
& PLAYER PIANOS
The best Instruments made.
I A Joseph jn
lJj HAIL M 1
fi, CHASE 5 M
The Schubert Prices and Terms
Always Fit Your Purse,
No one In Washington can sell
at my prices, if they quote rav
prices they are showing s Mrn
cll Piano. If you will accept HiU
stencil I will sell you the same
one they show you with another
name on it for half their price
from J98 up.
We will stay open all night every
nlctat. If nrrd be, to meet
Don't pay any attorrtton to
schemes or sales This Is a piano
business on an entirely new ba
sis We mean every statement
we make, and we are here to
serve the public In the highest
sense of the word
Don't deal with cheap second
hand houses selling stencils.
Don't go to sales that spring up
eery week for a new cause We
don't have them You deal with
a factory here saving you all of
the above and the big middle
Free use of universal music
ban. and Sat.
MR. HEW MILLEI
In "His Greatest Success,
. With the 'Original
Washington and 'New York Cast
Seats Now 9 to
Company of SO.
Orchestra of 30.
Direct from Its
II summer mm
la New York.
Tbo Most Beautiful Tbettre In America.
AttnrUooi Kqualiiiff the $3 Theatre
I Dally Mat.. 3 50c. Ere, 3. B0, to n&
In "THE YELLOW PERIL"
With Kle N. Y. rnnr. 31ABT.CER1TE
IlIANEl. KALPII Lv.SN' L. CO, WttS
Bums k. Kiilum. Ac I gur Act.
Prices SOe, 73c, S1.00 and U50. '
COHAN AMI HAHUIS PBESENT
The Other Man
A New PUr br Euxrw W. Resin a. with
E LM EN DOR F
3 Thursday Afternoons at 4t30.
OCT. 10 The Heart of the Roeklea
OCT. 17 The Grand Canyon
OCT. Z The Great Southwest
OCT. 31 The Pacific Coast
NOV. 7 The Yellowstone Park
Onune Tlrtets. $4. . C. now .riuni.
JOSEPH HALL CHASE PIANO CO.,
1307 C Street N. W.
1628 7th Street N. W.
We gUe Herald fS.,000
its. III. 4 Jit.
Unliersal Praise Eierj Washington
Critic Indorses "Two Little Brides"
MESSRS. SnCBEBT PRESENT
JAMES T. POWERS
IK HIS NEWEST MUSICAL COMEDT HIT
"TWO LITTLE BRIDES"
DIRECT FROM ITS CASINO (N. T) RUN
BEKl'TT CHORDS and a thocund good Unxhi
trcll! JLOJ Maumw WcdiiCTdtj Lltnl
NEXT WEEK-SEATS NOW.
Annette Kellermann, I
In a Sprrtaeular AVoulucd r acta
Aw&M by TO International Artist.
THE l'EHKECT WOMAN
to "UNDINE" and "ROSE
OK MEXICO." Siitj aa
andatf plajcn and Ecc
liJi Ballet. Pop. Mat.
Ud.. Sc to L Perfect
Uunana MatlnM Saturday.
IWrtTLNES EVEEy OK
mx ssnrs es
E3-50 6.73? IJf.tHtM
Farewell Week "The Great Divide"
Hext Week-Poll's Refined
VAU DEVI LLE
I'nlted Daughters of the Confederacy, to
be held In Washington the second Wed
nesday In November. Crosses of honor
will be conferred upon the Confederate
teterans and descendants for the last
HERALD CONTEST BRINGS
RESULTS TO EVERY ONE
MAW. TUES.. THURS AND SIT.
The Mort Tatd About ITar In Tear.
Next Wetk-' A FOOL THERE WAS '
The twofold purpose of The Washing
ton Herald's gigantic C3,000,0M contest is
being emphasized by results more and
more as the competition progresses.
The object of the contest, as stated by
The Advocate before the race had start
ed. Is to stimulate the patronage of
Washington's foremost business estab
lishments and to aid the purchasing pub
lic In obtaining the best quality of what
is wanted at reasonable prices.
Both of these alms are being accom
plished dally. Approximately 300 mer
chants and manufacturers are advertised
In The Washington Herald In connection
with the contest The result of the.
project has been a noticeable growth In
business. Many of the merchants and
manufacturers advertising In connection
with the competition have Informed The
Advocate of their own accord that since
tbe beginning of the contest there has
been a marked Increase In business at
their various establishments. Theso
words are encouraging to The Advocate,
for they mean that the desired aim Is
The public Is also being served. Pur
chasers havo been Introduced through the
medium of The Herald to several hundred
of the leading merchants and manufac
turers of Washington. Before the com
petition opened many of tho readers of
The Herald knew practically nothing
of what the various business houses had
to offer for sale. By means of the ad
vertising notices, the public has formed
an acquaintance with the merchants.
Scores of persons have begun to patron
ize these advertised establishments and
products, knowing that by doing so they
will get not only the best quality of
goods, but. In addition, will receive votes
in the competition. Many persons have
been attracted to these establishments
principally by the announcement that
votes would be given for every purchase.
But these persons are almost certain to
continue dealing at the establishments,
even after the contest Is over. They have
become acquainted wltB the merchants
and their lines of goods, and to change
stores would be about the same as mov
ing: Into a different neighborhood. "Scores
of the readers of Tbe Herald have told
advertising merchants that they are
greatly pleased with the service rendered
them, and that they will continue to pa
tronize tne Arms.
Adults as Contestants.
It Is significant that a largo percentage
of tbe contestants are. grown up. Many
persons are of the opinion that contests
are for children, and .not for men and
women. It Is mighty true of many com
panions But it is different with The
Herald's J2U00 contest. The object In
Itself Is a big one. and In nowise babyish.
The men and women of Washington have
realized this fact, and hundreds of them
have entered the race for the J25.000 In
Among the contestants are government
employes, school-teachers, clerks, typists,
and persons of many other vnratinm
This does not mean, however, that there,
m.w . vuw.& VU1UCDU1IUS. DU lfl OHO
sense the children may be considered as
grown persons, for In nine cases out
of ten the boy or girl who Js entered In
the contest is almost entirely dependent
for success upon his grown relatives and
friends, who do most of the purchasing.
The spirit of the entire contest may be
summarized In a few words:
It Is for the purpose of stimulating the
patronage oi reuaoin Washington busi
ness houses and manufactured nroducfn
It is for the purpose of aiding the pur
chases public In getting the best quality
oi wnat is aesirea at tne most reasonable
It Is a contest for men and women, as
well as children.
It s a competition with no trivial aim.
Those behind the project are intensely
The sum of $23,000 Is being expended In
the selection of 350 valuable awards,
which will bo presented to the contestants
securing tho greatest number of votes.
These votes represent purchases. One
vote for every 6 cents In purchase will
bo given patrons upon request at retail
mercantile establishments advertising In
connection with the contest. Ono vote
for each cent In purchase will be given
contestants by The Advocate at The
Herald office in exchange for labels and
wrappers from manufactured products
advertised In connection with the com.
File Ownership Statements.
Postmaster General Hitchcock said yes
terday that about 3.8CO publications have
already been filed with the Poat-TSJce
Department, the returns as to suvoic
ownership, ,c, provided for under the
new law. Only thirty-eight dally news
papers, however, -have as yet filed the
statement required by law as to the atrar.
age circulation and stock ownership. '
G A Y ETY
Two Performances Daily by
KOLER, HALL AND MORTON
"THE QUEENS OF PARIS"
EXTRV Attraction. Sis A Edjtb Franz.
Nnt Urek '"The Social Maids."
SMOKE IP VtrlllUI1 MATINEE
TOU LIKE L. T W C U IVI DAILY
ALL THIS WEEK
NiMtr Pct Crat IJlrla.
.Next Wk-"MISS NEW TORK. JR."
Business Hours. S to p. m.
: Shades Reduced
A case of requiring .spaceto
display the. new productions
in our Lamp Department.
These are desirable lighting
devices and will materially
?dd to the home comfort and
Clearance Prices on
127.50 Electrolier, now 120.0
$28.00 Electrolier, now I1S.00
110.00 Electrolier, now $.00
J1E.50 Electrolier, now 110.50
S22.50 Electrolier, now $15.00
$1CC0 Desk Electrolier, now. $10.00
S7.S0 Desk Electrolier, now... $5.00
Gas Portables Lamps
$30.00 Oil Lamp and Shade,
$14.00 Gas Portable and
Shade, now $5.00
$8.00 Gas Portable and
Shade, now $5.00
$5.00 Brass, silk lined
Shades, now $4-00
14.50 Brass, silk lined
Bhades. now............. $1.00
$2.50 Japanese Paper
Shades, now............. $1.75
Dulin& Martin Co.
Pottery, Porcelain, China, GlaM,
1215 F St ana 1314-18 a St
Percy S. Foster,
The Piano Merchant,
1330 G Si.
Receives This Wire:
New Tork, Sept. JS, 1S2.
Mr. Percy S. Foster.
Foster Building. ISO G- St.,
Washington. D. C
Please place In my suite at the Raleigh
Hotel, for my use durlns my engage
ment at the Columbia Theater, week of
October 7, In "The Rose Maid," one of
your Mason & Hamlin Pianos, which I
find Indispensable for my wfcrk. I
(12:S4 A) EDITH DECKER.
All the Song lilts of "Tho Rose Maid,"
Including "Roses Bloom for Lovers,"
"Money Talks," 4c, on sale. '
We the Herald S3.CC0 Cbateat TotoL
an art in
which we have
J. H. Small 6 Sons,
Corner 15th and H Sts.
New York Waldorf-Astoria,
1 153 Broadway
ARCADE SKATING RINK
14th ST. AND PARK ROAD.
OPEN NOW FOR THE SEASON
Bigger. Brighter, and Better Than Ever.
The only tncfatr of Sti DftDdcs in Wuhizistflo.
Clot Buck, and all : wort Studio Garden
Theatrr. City. Acta taught, taudrrille cagoTOts
ercurcd for rnila. Winter cUes now xocmiE.
All lesson i?rn by irofruional actors. Addresi
THE VAUDEVILLE STCDIO. Garden Theater,
9th St.. Bear K.
An Educational Campaign
Pure wheat and corn starch is
what we use in our starching
Let us show you.
Dry Cleaners and Dyers,
437 New York Ave.
We stve Herald (35100 contest votes.
Are difficult to cure unless you set
UEALY'S COLD AND GRIPPE
For 60 years a Standard Remedy, At
HEALY'S PHARMACY, io;y
THIRD ST. AND MASS. AVE. H. W.
W Gin Votes to TIm Herald'a COflS Contest.
S. M. CARROLL, 3304 61. In
Ladles' and Gent's Furnishings.
Shoe lept Opens Sept. 31
Souvenirs given with each pair.
Get toot vocea belt In Herald C5.000 Cocteat.
largest Morning Circulation.
LINCOLN PARK PHARMACY
13th and East Capitol Sts.
Day Phones L 1104-2774
Night Phone L 1125
We Cite Totea In The Hrraldi Cm) Cocteat.
Bring hack replies, boeause each
order receives ths same personal
attention. Irrespective of slzs.
You will find our letters free
from dark edses. broken type,
typographical errors, &c
Ton can safely Intrust trrmor
tant form letters to us. betnpr as.
sured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2,000 LETTERS, $4.0
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
District National Bank Bolldlac
1406 G Street
Phone Main 73ML
Call up Maitt 1419 for All Kinds
of Printing Supplies.
J. W. JORDAN
623 D Strsst N. W.
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