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2,000 UTTERS, SMS
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
Dlstrf.t Rational Bank Dulldlnc
1406 G Street
Phone Main 7SO&
An Educational Campaign
Pure wheat and corn starch is
what we use in our starching
Let us show jou.
Dry Cleaners and Dyers,
437 New York Ave.
We Klve Herald S2S,000 contest to (em.
Table Luxuries. Elgin Butler.
236 E St. N. E. Phone L. 497
We Cite Votes la The Herald'a S3.0 Contest.
of 51.25, 51.50 and $2.58 Razors
The razors are of the very finest
grades. We are sacrificing them to
make room for new stock.
1208 Wisconsin Ave. H.W.
Phone TV. ST.
We gl.e votes In Herald's 5.000
Mill OFFICE AND WORKS:
623 6 Street Xorihwni.
Ask for a
All of Our Goods Are
Made on the Premises.
229-231 Pa. Ave. S. E.
Window exhibition of Taffy
Pulling by our electric pulling ma
chine ever' afternoon and evening.
We Glre Votes in The Herald's SVCO Contest.
Are superior to salts. Seldlltz pow
ders, magnesia, or any mineral ca
thartic Try some. Sample free on
GRIER & GRIER,
NINTH & NEW YORK AVE.
We sire Herald $33,000 contest votes.
14D1 H STREET H. L
WASHHVGTOJT, D. C
P. O. Station 33. Tel. L. 1115.
School Supplies, Magazines, Periodicals.
1401 H STREET N. E.
We Or Votes In The Herald's 3.000 Contest
The Choicest the Market
Affords Can Always
Be Found at
4th and H Streets N. E.
Me sire Herald tSSAOO contest votes.
Will buy you the best made Three
piece Suit of Clothes. !-button. single-breasted
coat with high cut
vest and medium peg pants. Tour
choice of all-wool goods.
437 Seventh St. S. W.
We give Hersld tBS.000 contest votes.
CONOMY MEAT MARKE
Where the best et Fccdtfuffi eta
be bed tt the lowest trmlung
prices, lints. Fish, and Prorlatou
409 Third 8fU N. W.
W Che Vottt In Th Herald's tg.orjft Coote.
SU1TS 35c u..
KI R T S 9C. '
PONGED at PRE."!). UPl
: Mill Ft wA?.JMr.
.. miLLCHe North m-M.
We Cite Votes ta Tbe Benin's 0
Blue Ribbon Cream Metal Polish
The thick Oil Cream Polish that does not
Settle nor leave powder or- sediment.
tThe Polish that makes my car look
AJsV We d'
W&frf Herald'a t
Score of Young People on Elver Be
fore to Aid Straggling
Rev. John Moncure, pastor of a fash
ionable Episcopal church In Richmond,
Va.. and an unidentified negro, were
drowned late yesterday afternoon In the
Potomac River near Widewater, Va.,
when the boat In which they were fish
ing capsized. A score of young people
In rowboats near by refused aid to the
stricken men and calmly witnessed their
Two Washington men. II. 8. Mlllstead,
former disbursing clerk of the Interstate
Commerce Commission, and A. E. Sur
gut, an employe of the Government
Printing Office, who w ere about 300 J ards
from the spot, heard their cries of help
and hurried toward the to unfortunate
It required fully five minutes for Mill
stead, who was In a cumbersome row
boat, to reach the drowning men. Sur
gut, in another boat, reached the spot a
minute later. By this time Mr. Mlllstead
had pulled Dr. Moncure into his boat
Every effort was resorted to to restore
respiration, but It was too late. Dr.
Moncure died before the boat reached
According to Mlllstead, death in Dr.
Moncures case was due to heart trou
ble. Mr. Mlllstead said that Immedi
ately after he succeeded In pulling Dr.
Moncure Into his boat he rolled him over
on his stomach, but failed to force the
water from his lungs.
The negro disappeared from the sur
face of the water before aid could reach
him. His body was recovered a few
Both bodies were taken to Widewater,
where they were claimed by relatives
Dr. Moncure was on his vacation, and
had been visiting relatives for a week.
He was a member of a prominent fam
ily In Virginia. His brother. Oeorge
Moncure, with whom he was visiting. Is
well known In this city.
WILL DENOUNCE CURE FRAUDS.
Pastors to Unite In Crusade Against
From thousands of pulpits In all parts
of the United States fake cures for con
sumption will be exposed and denounced
on Tuberculosis Day, October r7. This Is
part of the programme for the movement
announced by the National Association
for the Study and Prevention of Tuber
culosis. Literature giving Information on fraud
ulent and alleged "cures" for consump
tion will be sent to clergjmen all over
the country, and an organized crusade
against the traffic In these drugs and de
vices will be InsUtuted. The literature
will be sent to ministers either directly
from the National Association office In
New York or through the many State and
local anti-tuberculosis associations scat'
tered throughout the country. It Is estl
mated that over 100.000 clergymen will be
reached In this way.
From actual records on file in the office
of the National Association, It Is esti
mated that the volume of business done
annually by the various concerns who
sell fake remedies for tuberculosis
amounts to well over 113.CC0.000. The
number of these remedies now being used
as so-called cures Is over 600.
Lawrence. Mass., Oct. 3. Judge J,
Mahoney to-day threatened with Jail sen
tences all members of the Industrial
Workers of the World who annoy peace'
able mill operators.
"It Is time for the authorities to take
drastic action," declared Judge Mahoney.
William D. Haywood, a member of the
executive committee of the Industrial
Workers, declared a strike would
called of all the workers if Joseph Ettor
and Arturo Qhnannltti were not sc
D S. Dept. of Afziculture. Westher Bureau.
Washington, Thunder, October 38 p. m.
There will be local nine PrMar in New Eneiand.
tbe northern portion of the Middle Atlantic States.
end In the extreme South, followed by filr weather
baturday Over Uie remainder of the coimtrr east
of the Rocky Mountains the Heather will be fair
radar and Saturday, excel In the Northserf.
where local rains are rrobable radar nirht or 8attn
day. with filllnc temperature. In tbe Central and
eastern rcraons of the eonntrr trmrerstures will
confirms oomparatirelr high.
The winds along the New England Coast will be
moderate southwest, bruk over the extreme South
era portion; on tbe Middle Atlantic Coast moderate
southwest and west; on tbe Kouth Atlsntic Coast
light to moderate, mostly easterly.
Midnight. K;!t -n.. 51; I a. m.. 50; ( a. m.. O;
I a. m.. SZ, 10 a. m . S3, U noon. G; Z p. m., J3.
p. m.. II; t p. m . 70, 1 p. m.. 3; 10 p. m., ST. Hlzh
est. Tl: lowest, ti.
XUlatire humidltr e a. m., M. 2 p. ra., S; I p.
m.. 63. Bainfall (I p. m. to I p. m.l. 0. Hours ot
sunshine. 11 7; per cent of possible sunshine, 100.
Temperature same date last 'ear Hiebest, O; low
Temperatures in Other Cities.
Temperatures In .other cities, tcrtiher with tbe
amount of ralnfsU for tbe twenty four hours ended
st I p. m. -rcstercay. are as follows:
ilax. Min. I p. m. talL
Atherille, N. C 70 38 a ....
Atlanta, Ga TS fS 70
Atlantic City, K. J M EC tl
Bismarck, N. Dak ... 7 38 a
Boston, JIara. 72 C2
Buffalo. X. T. M M (t
uticago. in w x a 0.11
Cincinnati, Ohio. It II U
Chejrcnne. Wj-o. 73 a t ....
Darenport, Iowa. II S M CM
Oenrer. Colo. to a n
Dm Moines, Iowa 7! X C OK
Dnluth. Minn. 60 M
Gslrrston. Tex 72 70 CZ ....
Helens. Mont. 71 M a
Indianapolis. lad. R a
Jscksonrine. Fit. 0 70 72 0 00
Kansas City, Mo 71 60 S3 0M
UtUe Heck, Ark II E6 71
Lot Anzelcl. Cal H SI C 012
Marquette, Mich. a S S4 0 02
Memphis, Term. 71 62 70 ....
New Orleans, La. 71 a 71 0 02
Sew Toe. X. T 70 a
North riatte. Nebr. 71 H
Omaha. Nrtr... 72 62
Philadelphia. ra......... R SO e
llUiburz. ra..... R IS M
rcrUand. Me......... ..... R a SS
I'ortland. Ores. R tt U 0 10
Salt Lake City. Utah ... 7t IS 70
St. Louis, Io......... rs a n
St. Paul. Mlon ..... 72 S2 CO
San rrsndsco. CaL..... 71 M B
Scrinctlrld, IUa 71 M 71 0.01
Tscomt, Waah. ............. O .. U oil
Tamps, Fla. .. I R 71
Toledo. Ohio. B t 2
Victtburx, Miss. II 68 71
Tdaj-Blxh tide. 131 a. is. and la p. m.; low
tide. I OS a. m. and t.I7 p. m.
To-morrow Hish tide. IS a. m. and 3:06 t. m.r
low tide, 02 a. m. and -f p. m.
CASTOR I A
For Infaata and Ohtldrea.
Hi Kiod Yn HaTB Always Boielt
M - -. w
Miss Miller Makes "Debut ';
Ai Army Aviation Field
C ' sawsrassssssnrsssssMoii ' i r.3IO?&Jcy L
i BSJPBBRRMEsfei jSSS1! - .
HISS BEENETTA A. MHLEE,
flfteen-mlnnte flight at College Park resterdar.
Who made a
Miss Bernetta A. Miller, America's only
woman filer with a pilot's license, made
her debut yesterday afternoon at the army
aMatlon field. College Park. Md. She
made an exhibition night In the Molsant
monoplane sent hare by that company,
141 hones of Interesting the government
In the monoplane. Miss Miller remained
BAND CONCERT TO-DAY.
By United Utatet Soldiers Boms Band,
John 8. M. Zimmermaon. director, band
stand, i p. m. Irogramme;
larch, "h'ortbwind". Chambers
Orerturr. "MiUUrr". Mendelssohn
Fantasia, "Musical Scene In Switzer
Rustic Scene. Peasant Dance, Alpen
born, Jodler. Finale.
Selection. "Don Caesar de Ba
Bad oddity. "Tbe Ceorzia Baz"....Uumbl
Excerpts from "Xenchty Marietta"
Finale, "Bombasto" Chambers
"The Stsr Spaszicd Banner."
By tie Fifteenth OtTalry Band. Georc.
Bittrieh. assistant leader, at Fort M-er. at
720 p. m. Procrammc:
March. "CoL Otrranl" Bittrieh
Orerture. 'Cbmedy"...M Bode
Waltz, "Weddlnz of the Vlnds Hsll
bdection. "Tbe Broken Idol"..Van Alstyne
Inbrroezzo, "Indian Summer".HNeil Marct
rotpmmi. "Rossitter No. I" Schuli
Biz oddity. "Dill rickles". Johnson
March. "Gallant Troops" Lehnbardt
Rer. A. M. Gardnty Talks of nic
Display Held in Baltimore.
Rev. A. M. Gardner delivered a short
address at the New York Avenue Pres
byterian Church last night, describing
the "World in Baltimore" foreign mis
slonary exhibit, which it Is planned to
hold In that cy between October 5 and
Noi ember 30.
This exhibit will be made up of scenes
of the various countries where mission
ary effort Is In progress. The scenes
will show the life of the people, their
bazaars, shops, cafes, and market places.
Costumes worn by the natHes will be
worn by the persons presenting the
scenes, and the exhibit will serve as
living presentation of the missionary
lands as they exist to-day.
The exhibit has been undertaken
Baltimore by the Christian business men
of the city, with a view to its educa
Comrulsslonrr clll'a Absence De
lays Rnllnay Trouble Settlement.
Just at the moment when the wage con
troversy between the trainmen and mana
gers of the eleven railroads operating In
Southeastern territory seemed about to
culminate amicably, the conferences upon
the subject were Interrupted by the
breaking out or tne strise at Augusta,
Ga., which called Commissioner Nelll, one
of the arbitrators, there In an effort to
stop the disturbance pending the decision
of the parties to the controversy In
Commissioner Nelll hopes to be back in
Washington within a day or two, when
the settlement of the propositions under
discussion will probably be passed upon.
Funeral of John A. Slorsran.
Funeral services for John A. Morgan,
for thirty-seven years a resident of the
District, and who died last Monday,
were held yesterday morning at St.
Joseph's Catholic Church. Rev. Ig
natius Fealy. assistant pastor, officiated.
Mr. Morgan was for many years em
ployed In the Adjutant General's office
of the War Department as translator.
Recently he had been emplojed at the
Home Savings Bank. He was born In
London, England, December 7, ISO. and
came to this country when about
eighteen years old.
MarKretta Speaks To-nltcht.
CoL John M. Margretts. ot New York.
secretary to Miss Evangellna Booth,
daughter ot the founder of the Salvation
Armv and national secretary of the
Young People's Work, will hold an open-
air meeting at Tenth Street and Penn
sylvania Avenue at 7 o'clock to-night
and an Indoor meeting at Sahatlon Army
headquarters. 930 Pennsylvania Avenue,
at S o'clock. He will be assisted by En
sign and Mrs. Rudolph Goellner.
Col. Kendall's Funeral To-day.
The committee to represent the com
mandery ot the District of Columbia of
the Military Order of the Loyal Legion
at the funeral of Lieut. CoL Henry M.
Kendall, u. b. A., tnts afternoon at
o'clock are "the following: MaJ. Gen.
Charles Heywood, U. S. M. C, chair.
man; MaJ. Lewis Merrlam, U. S. A.;
First Lieut. William B. Thompson, U. 8.
V., and Chief Engineer! Absalom Klrby,
u. s. 1.
Helm Smith, 61 jrsn. a Tth St. Be.
Attha 0. Powell. 7. CS X. J. Are. DW.
Winiara O. Boyd. Jr . J. WT7 Irrtnc St. nw.
Bebecca Bpsrks. H. TM lit St. sw.
Henry M. Kendall. U Walter Bead General Boss.
Mamie Heftier, TO, Emergency Hospital.
Holds Anderson. 48 ysars, 12D1 X. J. Are. se.
Jane Hemdon. t, 1541 Marlon Court nw.
Arnold Cherry. 5, IX) .Blair Road. Takers Part.
Missouri E. Ctrrtk. St. 1311 M 8t- nw.
Dorothy Brown, T months. ISO nth St. nw.
uraee aaa sales Help ruraisnea .rttrai.t. I
In the air about fifteen minutes, and won
the admiration of the army aviators by
her dsrlng and skillful operation of the
William Kabltzke. the professional
Wright demonstrator, also made several
short flights. Kabltzke, In the baby
Wright, attained an altitude of MOO feet
in six minutes.
CONGRATULATE HI M
Representative Snlzer Receives Fe
licitations of District Associa
tion on His Nomination.
Congratulating the New York Demoe
racy upon its choice, the District of Co
lumbia Democratic Association, through
Its president, Edwin A. Newman, last
night sent to Representative William Sul
rer, nominee for Governor of the Empire
State, a telegram extending Its hearty fe
licitations upon the honor conferred upon
"The District of Columbia Democratic
Association extends Its heartiest conxrat
ulallona to the New York Democracy
and to William Sulzer upon the splendid
ticket nominated at Syracuse." reads the
message. "A true and tried friend of the
plain people a faithful and consistent son
of Democracy. William Sulzer as Gov
ernor of New York will reflect honor and
credit upon his party, his State, and the
The meeting last night at the New
Raleigh was called for the purpose of
raising funds tor the Wilson campaign.
The association, which was organized in
ISA, has assisted In every Democratic
campaign since that time. Some time ago
letters were sent out, oy iresiaejit new-
man, urging members and other District
Democrats to contribute liberally to the
campaign fund. Substantial sums have
been turned In as a result of this appeal.
The club also distributes literature, or
ganizes clubs, and proposes to hae a
large marching club In the Inaugural pa
rade If Wilson Is elected.
President Newman aaoressed the mem
bers In a felicitous speech last night, pre
dicting a Democratic landslide at the No
"The campaign Is progressing rapidly
with more and more certainty of suc
cess," said Mr. Newman. "The great work
of reform by the people that was started
In the csmpalgn of 103 will reap Its har
test this ear. Woodrow Wilson will be
elected President of the United States
nnd both branches of Congress will be
"As president of this organization, I
am proud to say that we were on the
tiring line In 1S96 and ha'.e been there In
eery campaign since We have remained
sianchly loyal, organized clubs, held
meetings, maintained speakers' bureau,
collected campaign funds, distributed lit
ers t me and buttons, and propose to carry
out this line of campaign work until the
day of election. It Is the duty of ei.ery
Democrat In the District to put his
shoulder to tho wheel and do his utmost
It the present campaign, by his work.
contributions, and otherwise, to assist
in the election of the full Democratic
Hon. George C. Montgomery. J. W.
Nigh, and William J. Neale addressed
the members on the question of District
suffrage, and Edward G. Swlggera and
William McK. Clayton spoke on the work
done by the organization since Its es
tablishment in lS9e.
John T. and Louisn nobcrtson. bo;.
CTharles W. and Catherine V. Donalson. sir.
Alrin W. snd Aids Luckrtt, itrL
noser A. and Merrtrrt Vaughn, bor.
Wlllum It, tod Marr V. Williamson, cui.
Marry S. and Nellie A. Desn. sir.
Tbomss 8. and Mar C ftafner. bar.
rtnrenso and Hilda LanxjIIotti. cM.
Ilrnrr C. and Annie Abbott, fir.
W 8. and Minnie D. Mayo. Dor.
Berry A. and Carrie It. Marsh, trlrL
Addison snd Ella Kewton, tdrl twina.
an art in
which we have
J. if. Small & Sons,
Corner 15th and H Sts.
REGULAR OA OUR
PRICK. 1 OU PRICE,
BOTTLE. '""a' Cents Bottle.
909 Seventh Street
CosUsisiioner Wants to Enow All
' Afcout It and Asia Pertinent
Engineer Commissioner Judson yester
day asked seventeen pointed and perti
nent questions of the promoters of the
proposed merger of the. railway and
lighting properties of Washington and
near-by territory In Maryland and Vir
ginia. Theso questions. If seriously an
swered, would undoubtedly throw great
light upon the formation of the Maryland-Virginia
Railway Company and Its
connection with the Washington Railway
and Electric Company. But there is no
likelihood of an answer to the questions
being given, at 'least through the press.
Possibly tbe most interesting question
o( all Is why the stock of the Washing
Ion Railway and Electric Company was
anranced, largely by mantuplatlons In
the market, the Commissioner thinks,
from X tor the common stodoto 90 and
more In a period of eighteen months. Mr.
Judson wants to know If persons on the
Inside, well Informed by the operators,
old not make large actual or paper
profits by the transaction during those
Commissioner Judson also . wants to
know whether the opposition shown
against the passage of the public utilities
net during the last session of Congress
was real or was raised for the purposes
of delay merely that the plana of this
great merger might be completed before
the utilities act should go Into effect.
The Commissioner declares he Is actu
ated by anxiety for the public welfare,
and hence would like a frank and clear
statement of the purposes of the great
corporation, along the lines suggested by
Jobs B. Bailee, S. snd Maude A. Sptumas. ?.
Brr Edward a Gallaber.
Edward Haruore. 21. and Catherine Bell. Is. both
of AnTiiapolli. Md. Bee H. Scbroeder.
Bush A. Lawnoce. 31. and Amy J Bearers, TD.
both of Blchmood. Vr Bee. Jsmes S. Montgomery
Claude E. American. 3. and Hate B. Hoover. IS.
Iter. VT. A. Melrta.
Darld D Beekman. C of Glen Echo. Mi. and
Lots M. Earle. SL Bee. M. F Lowe.
Ml WINNERS OF
who are going to New York
and Boston to witness the
World's Series Games will
SUIT GASES AND
1219 F Street N. W.
We tslve Herald 133,000
We Repair Trunks, Bags, &c.
PERFECT HEALTH. - "
Tort's PrUs keep the system In perfect order.
They regtalste the bowels and produce
A VIGOROUS BODY.
Core sick headache, uostlpstlon snd malar!.
llirnip I When you order MILLER'."
ULLCn O SeUltabinc Ituawbeat you crt
both QUALITY and QUANTIT1
llczares contain MOKE than
oilier brands. Inrist on bavinz
tyAt your srrcer's. No tiaisumeis rcpplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO.,
Wholesalers, 11th and SI Sts. S. E.
How's Your Home Heated?
Steam or Hot Water System.
BIG6S HEATIN6C0., 917 HSt.N.W
Phone Mala -sS8.
VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH. NATURAL.
nonsorclcsl; tovpict book free. Aroly by mail. 111
uxorsoo nux. in lectors lor women Wednesdays
at 13) p. m. Ttt-u
MILITARY ORDER OK THE LOYAL LEGION
OP THE UNITED 8TVTES.
Commsndery of the District of Columbia.
City of Waahtncton. October I. Uli
The death of Companion HENRY MYRON
hiNUALU Lieutenant-Colonel U. S. Army-e:
Member cf The Coundl-tn this City, on the ted
Instant, is announced to the Oomrcandery.
Inneril scrrlces. st which the attendance at
Ccanrsnlons Is requested, will be held at his lste
residence, ra Columbia Road, at : odeck 1'. M.
Interment at National Cemetery. Arunrton. Mr.
By command of
Major-Oeneral GEORGE B DAVIS.
U. 8. Army. Commander.
THOMAS H. MeKEE.
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
EAST CAPITOL ST.
EstaMlthed IHT. CHAS. B. ZCRHORST. Up.
J. UILLIAM Z.TS17L frnnrwl niM.ls.
snd Embaisaer. Limy ut connection. Commodioas
Cbtpel and Modem Crematorium. Modest priest.
IS Ftsnsylrtnla Are. nw. Ttlenhose Mala 1339.
We R. SPEARE.
ITSaTKAL D1EICTOB AND KalBAUIXS.
940 F Street N. W.
WASBINQTON. O. a
Phones Main St
FRANK A. SPEARE. Mvrv.
Of -Trery DesorlpUno-ModcnUly Priced,
brown, navy blue, and
iteguiar t'.uu values at !..
New Models In Tailored
Hats. $4.00 and $5.00
Silk Velvet with Moire Crowns.
shapes. Modlshly trimmed with silk and velvet folds, wings, uncurled os
trich and fancies. Priced elsewhere at S4 and SS.
Special here to-day at 52.35.
Exceptional Bargains for Boys in
To-day's Remnant Sale.
Boys' Norfolk and Double-breasted Suits In fancy eassimeres. ess no
and navy blue cheviots. Sizes 6 to 16. S3 00 values. Special price... sa.yo
Odds and ends of Boys' Felt Hats
int price .,
My "Union" Hat Is a $2 Leader
THERE'S no scarcity of Hats at $2 some very good ones ;
some hardly creditable. But I've made an alliance
with a maker who sells practically his entire output
to one or two well-known $2 specialty Hatters.
It's the best value I've ever seen. Lots of style better
bodies and trimmings than jou've ever run across in a Hat
for $2. Both Soft and Stiff.
All I want is the opportunity to show them to you. I call
thern the "Union" union of style and quality.
Louis Hirsh Nine -Twelve F Street I
Gymnastics and Play
At the Y. M. C. A.
HELP THE CITY
Health! Healtlj!! Health!!!
IIS tne worn in bjuu"m ...-.
and everybody wants the answer.
.r ....l.ll.t. In
we are pioneers etna .":v,. -body-bulldlng
and health-building. Our
xacimies are muse cthiii-w ;-
to advise, experts to direct, gymnasi
ums, baths, swimming pools.
BUM. ESS MEN find Joy. recreation.
. , . -.!..., In Ar vrrlse
ana pnsicisi iiiitii " -
-. i.t. O...I.1 oll.nt An erlven.
CLERK5, whose dally occupation
orous -exercise and healthful sports Im
perative, are coming to us in larger
numbers each ear
Full scneauie 01 u ociocn. w"-.
and S o'clock graded classes now in ef
Apply for particulars by can or earn
Y. M. C. A.
1736 G St.
Southwest Corner M and Eleventh
Thirty-eighth Year Opens
Mrs. Elizabeth J. Somers,
Mrs. Adelia Gates Hensley.
IF you want bargains in Hard
ware of every description.
Don't fail to visit
Small's Hardwire Stire, 713 7th St. H.W.
We die Votes In The Herald's COCO Contest-
1715-1TS3 to 1T30 Connecticut Ave.
Collree preraratory. academic. coTIrriate, and
electire courses. Four jeers of Msb school stndy
for rsiptrs not foini to course. Serrn courses
lor students dolsg work of collrst trade. Prepar
ation for European trarel. mosic. srr, usguses.
snd ex-Tession. Out cf door sports.
MISS CHARLOTTE CRITTENDEN EVERETT.
Academy of the
A select boarding school for youns ladies. Tor
terms, apply to Sisters ot the Holy Cross. Weshtns-
too. D. C. Upton Street and Connecticut Arenue
extended. Thirty minutes' ride from the Treasury.
Cnery unsse car one. inone. nereiaaq jw.
Has removed from 607 H Street
to lartrer and more convenient
iquarters, 823-25 Fifteenth Street
OPENS OCT. 3.
MANI0L1N, GUITAR AND BANJO.
Walter T.Holt and Miss A. E. Hill
I Ensemble practice weekly. Nordics Crabs.
NEW STUDIOS KKNOIS BUILDING. Elerrnth
and U Street! Northwest. Phone. Main tm.
The Arts and Grafts School
1711-1713 New York Ave.
Will open 'Wednesday. October 2.
Lessons In Deal en. Wood Carving.
Basketry. Metal Work. Weaving, and
Clos 9 R M.
VALUES IN THE
tied, with satin folds. Long
In the new Trlcorner and Continental
that sold up to S1.00. Rem- AQ,.
(Evening Sessions Exclusively.) ,
Opens Oct. 1. 6. SO p. ra.
Practical courses of two, three, andl
four j ears, leading; to standard degrees
Faculty of Zb. of whom H are Federal
Judges or practicing lawyers.
The degree of Bachelor-of-laws can bs
recured In two years.
Sllfl". JmlteJ to number permitting
The post-grsduate course leading to
the degree of Msster-of-!aws may be
completed in one jear additional No
ifJK Patent Law Course to mem
bers of the post-graduate class '
For catalogue, application blanks. Ac.
n!" ine P1- at the Administration
Offices. Southern Building. Phone Main
--.., ... .. uMuwr i ai national Law
School Building. S16-S15 lJth St. N. W.
Day and Let Afternoon Sessions.
Colombian College. A. B B. S. In Chem.
Collect of Engineering; and Mechanic
M - o Area . u. i, i js ana
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TrTh.rtu College, A. B. and Teachers
Offices: 2023 G Street
School of Graduate Stndles. A. St, M. S
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Department of Dentiatry, D. D. S.
Uthces: 1325 H Street
Department of Law, LL, B U. ML
Office: New Masonic Temple.
maiioaai coiiesre ot Pharmacr.
808 I Street
2113 14th Street
General Office: 2023 G Street.
Washington School of Accountancy
rrofosUonal education in accountancy, rrerartra
for State certificate of eertined public accountant
and for business administration. Practical work
nredally adapted to men eopioytd dorini the day.
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tor of Education. Y. M. C. A.. 1734 O St. N. .
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Sent. 90. (radrd, hish. and buiiseaa counes. Abn
pnrate coachrns CataWie.
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