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THE WASHINGTON HERALD.? SATURDAY. OCTOBER, 5. 1912.
.T- EttabUshett, 1668.
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Phone Mala 1838.
2315-2317 18th St.
Phone Columbia , 88.
Wholesale and Retail
In order to give ow enlire alten
tiorilo our rapidly growing business
at enj Eighteeilh Street Store, we
are dieceatinning bisiness at our
Ninth Street Store.
" Prior to removal we are
selliig out our stock at 421
Ninth Street at very low prices.
TO-DAY IS A GOOD DAY
Fixtures for Sale.
We give Herald 0OO contest -rote.
In Hotel Astor Coffee
Ton will find a delightful blend of
perfectly roasted and cleanly packed
coffee canned at the roaster to ful
ly protect It from dust and the loss
of aroma In airtight cans. You will
enjoy a cup of this coffee.
Try a pound - - - 38c
Phone North 813.
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Heat Fatigue Is readily overcome
by our Powders.
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Telephone L. S28.
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H Service and comfort out of i
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(Evening Sessions Exclusively)
Opens Oct. 1, 6:30 p. m.
Practical courses of two. three, and
four years, leading to standard degree
Faculty of 25, of -whom 3 ara Federal
Judges or practicing lawyers.
The degree o Baehelor-of-laws can b
secured In two years.
Classes limited to number permitting
The post-graduate course leading to
the degree of Master-of-laws may Tje
completed In one lear additional. No
charge for Patent Law Course to mem
bers of the post-graduate class.
For catalogue, application blanks, &c,
address the Dean, at the Administration
Offices. Southern Building. Phone Main
C617; or after October 1 at National Law
School Building. SIS-Stt 13th St. N. W.
Dar and lata Afternoon Beanos,
Columbian College, A. B, B. B. In Chern.
College of Engineering and Mechanic
Art. B. S. in Arch. C. E, E. E, and
College of the Political Sciences, A. B.
Teachers College, A. B. and Teachers'
Offices: 2023 G Street
School of Graduate Studies. A. 1L, M. S,
a IL, 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. R. LL. It,
M. P. L.
Office: New Masonjc Temple.
national college or Pharmacy,
808 I Street
College of Veterinary Medicine,
D. V. M.
2113 14th Street
General Office: 2023 G Street
LGymnastics and Play
At the Y. M. C. A.
HELP THE CITY
Health! Health!! Health!!!
It's the word in everybody's mouth.
and everybody wants the answer.
We are pioneers and specialists In
body-building and health-building. Our
facilities are most complete physicians
to advise, experts to direct, gymnasi
ums, baths, swimming pools.
nUMNESS JIEN find Joy. recreation,
and nhvsical stamina in our exercise
and play. Special attention given.
CLERKS, whose dally occupation
mnkn chance from monotony by 'vig
orous exercise and healthful sports Im
perative, are coming to us in larger
numbers each jear.
Full schedule of 11 o'clock. S o'clock1,
and S o'clock graded classes now In ef
fect. Apply for particulars by call or card
Y. M. C. A.
1736 G St
Southwest Corner M and Eleventh
Thirty-eighth Year Opens
Principals : v
Mrs. Elizabeth J. Somers,
Mrs. Adelia Gates Hensley.
The National Cathedral
School for Boys
sopal country acnuol, occupying 1
Mt. St. Alban
A rrtpariteTT School, offering exceptional adnn
tacn. The school building la one of the raont modem
and best equipped la the country. The faculty
comprise college graduates of recognized ability.
Boarding and day department boya fxooj 7 to IV
Fall term openi SeptenobeT 3 1312.
The Biahop of 'W aihingtoo, preaident of board of
For catalogoe address N
E. L. GREGG,
1811 I Street.
Tbomaa AV. Sldirell, JL. M-, Principal.
FOR B0Y8 AXD GIRLS.
Thirtieth Year Begins Sept. SS.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
iu Juierecin cr, j.. . traoom unc, 17a.
Washington School of Accountancy
Irofe6t4onal edncaUon in accountancy, preparing
for State certificate of certifled public accountant
and for boslneaa administration. Fractieal rr
especially adapted to men employed during the day.
13-page bulletin on request. Call or address. Direc
tor of Education, Y. M. a A.. KM G St K'W,
Dar and nifM. CodncaticciaL a'enth yi.r m..
Sept. 30. Graded, hisa, and boainea. cocraea. Also
,vci3 MANX HAUi, A. It.
The Potomac School
13M EICfrTEEXTH STREET.
EEOPENSTEDNESDAY, OCTOBEB J. TM.
Adapted In Kindercarten and frimar.
MAHIOLIN, GIITAR AH I BAH JO.
waiter T, Noll and Mist a. E. liU
E ratembl. practJce weetlr. &onfi' CInbi.
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Papal Delegate to Help Observe
Discovery Day oy Visit to
HEWS NOTES. OF ALEXANDRIA
Alexandrla. Va., Oct. 4--One of the
features of the celebration of Discov
ery Day, Friday next, under the auspices
of Fitzgerald Council, No. 43, Knights of
Columbus, will b the placing of a me
morial -wreath on 'VfrashlnaTton'a tomb by
Mr. Bonxano, papal delegate to this
Mgr. Bonxano, together with tnW
distinguished prelates of the church, will
be present on this occasion to take part
In the programme of exercises which has
been planned. Among these are Mgr.
Bonxano and secretary, Rt. Bev. D. J.
O'Connell. Bishop of the Diocese of Rich
mond: Father M. Noon, of the Domini
can House of Studies, Brookland. D. C.,
and Mgrs. Russell and MacWIn, of Wash
ington, and Judge William H. De Lacy,
of the JuvenllB Court, Washington.
According to the programme planned
the papal delegate and other distinguish
ed visitors will leave Washington at S.05
o'clock that afternoon on the palace car
Mount Vernon with the memorial wreath,
arriving here at 2 J3 o'clock, from whence
they ylll go directly to Mount Vernon
after a few others board the car.
A reception to the children of St.
Mary's Catholic Church will be tendered
by the papal delegate at 4 JO o'clocjr In
the Young Men Sodality Lyceum HalL
The visitors, accompn!ed by a com
mittee of members of the local council,
will at 5.30 o'clock make a sight-seeing
trip through the city In automobiles and
-. t Aiw.i- in th evening a banquet win
be tendered the visitors at the Hotel
There will be a public celebration that
night at 8 o'clock In the Young Mens
Sodality Lyceum tiaji, ai wmtii n.. .
address will be made by Father Noon,
who will take for his subject. -The Life
of Christopher Columbus." and the papal
delegate and Bisnop u tonuem m
There will be an elaborate musical pro
m,T. rfv.n which will be under the
direction of Miss Qlennon. of Washing
ton, assisted by a quartet irom au a-i'
.j ,.!,- i-athM(i- Ohurch. Washington.
Thi. -l.hration will be one of the most
elaborate eer before attempted by the
local council, and It Is expected that It
will be participated in by practically
every member of the organization, w
gether with many of their friends. This
will be the first time in recent years that
i..rii , had such a distinguished
gathering .of prelates of the Catholic
Wsrreston Wins Salt.
The town of Warrenton, Va., was not
responsible for the destruction of the
home of W. W. Page, at that place,
which was raxed by being dynamited
about two years ago during ttie progress
of a destructive fire which raged there
i th time. The foregoing is me uo
tanr of an odnlon Just handed down
bv Judce Edmund WaddllU of the
United tates Court ror the Eastern.
District of Virginia, In tne sun oi jir.
Pajrn ajralnst the town to recover dam
ages in the sum of 1000 for the destruc
tion of his house. The court, in giving
this opinion, sustained the demurrer filed
to the declaration.
Th town of Warrenton was represent
cd by Attorneys Samuel G. Brent and
Jonn A. J. rveun. juuco j. a. .,v-
ton. of this city, represented air. i-age.
There are 111 more pupils attending the
public schools of this city at this scholas
tic session, which opened last month,
than In the corresponding month last
ear. according to the monthly report
submitted to the city school board by
W. II. Sweeney, superintendent, at a
meeting last night.
David E. Robey has resigned the posi
tlon of Deputy United States Marshal
and William Schoeni has been appointed
in his Place by Clarence G. Smithers,
iTnitui States Marshal of Virginia. Mr.
Schoeni to-day appeared before United
States Commissioner R. P. W. Garrett
and was sworn In as such.
Funeral services for D. Millard Kite
were held at 11 o'clock this morning at
Christ Episcopal Church. They were
conducted by Rev. William J. Morton,
rector, and burial was In the Presby
terian Cemetery. Those serving as pall
bearers were E. S. Leadbeater, Harry
Kite. Harry Gist, Edward Howell. Sam
uel Luckett, and Alfred Thomson.
The board pf directors of the Cham
ber of Commerce, at a meeting held this
afternoon In the rooms of that organi
zation, outlined plans for entertaining
the delegates Fho will attend the annual
meeting of the Association of Virginia
Postmasters, which will convene in this
city Tuesday next and end Thursday. It
is expected that about 300 delegates from
every section of the State will attend.
The registration books in the four dif
ferent wards of the city will be opened
to-morrow for the purpose of amending
and correcting zame. Any qualified oter
who has not previously registered ana
will reach his majority between now and
November 5 Is entitled to register.
Miss Maggie McKenney, about seventy
years old, died this morning at the city
alms house. She had been an inmate
of that institution for the past six
months. Her funeral will take place at
3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon from
Wheatley's undertaking chapel.
E. S. Fleming, real estate agent, has
sold for J. Johnston Green to Jacob
Harrison 2,500 square feet of ground on
Madison Street between Washington and
College of Law
For Women and -Men.
1317 SEW YORK AVENUE Jf. W.
Undergraduate classes now In session.
Classes limited In number.
Patent Law Class opens Thursday,
October 3, 7 p m., under the charge of
the Hoiv Cornelius C Billings. First
Assistant Commissioner of Patents.
Post-graduate Course LL. M. opens
Tuesday, October S, 8 p. m. Tuition,
$50 00. m
The Dean, Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey,
Is at the College- from 10 to 2 and from
7 to 9 .
ynone m. to&a ior catalogues.
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FINDS THAT JETT
Continued from Pace One
which must have been hard for the frail
little widow, who sat speechless and
motionless, to have stood. When Bar
rett entered the room. Jett's orpharHI
child cried loudly, ana tha mother reach
ed ,oyer. to soothe the Infant, so' as to
prevent banishment from the court room.
Barrett testified that.-he was a. helper
In the. engine room at the brewery and
that' he left. Jett and Webster together
when he, went off duty at, 4 'o'clock In
the morning of -September 17. Webster,
he testlfledvauthat time was sitting 'on
a box back of furnace No. 6, apparently
asleep. In a crouching attitude.
Barrett stated that he had known Web
ster about three months, during which
time be had been a frequent visitor to
the brewery, after midnight, during Bar
rett's trick of duty. Barrett related the
circumstances leading up to the time
Weoster disappeared. He testified that
Webster was an Intimate friend of An
drew, Mangum, a fireman at the brewery,,
and that he came often to see Mangum
and -himself. Webster also knew Jett.
he testified, but did not visit the boiler
loom often during Jett's "tricar;' on night
suarreled wUh Jett. -
Barrett,testlfied that he and Jett fre
quently quarreled, and that "Jett was
such a mean man that I did not like to
help 'him." He declared that Jett
"seemed to him as a man who wouldn't
fight," -"and that he "was always
growling about something, but wouldn't
' Barrett stated that he had been' told
that Jett and Webster bad bad. a fight.
In which Jett came out loser, before he
had gone to work at the brewery. They
later made up their differences, he testi
fied, at a firemen's excursion to Chesa
peake Beach, and were friendly again.
"They had not had any trouble since
that time so far as I know," said Bar
rett, "but Webster did not come around
often on Jett's watch. I waa somewhat
surprised to meet him about 2 o'clock on
the morning of September 17, coming
down tke runway up which I was wheel
ing ashes. He had been drinking. When
he saw me be said, 'I can whip Jett and
that engineer together. That elgtneer
doesn't like me. I've got enough money
to get away, and more at home.' "
Barrett said he was surprised to hear
Webster talking in this maimer, as he
thought he had made up his differences
with Jett. Webster then went on Into
the boiler room. When he was through
wheeling ashes, Barrett testified, he
went back into the boiler room and saw
Jett and Webster drinking beer togeth
er, and laughing over their past differ
ences. Barrett went off duty at 4 o'clock, and
stated that at that time Webster was
sitting on a box back of furnace No. 6.
and that Jett was stoking his furnace.
There had been loud talk between the
two men in the Interim, he stated, but
he had been too busy to see what was
the matter. He stated that he did not
believe there was any trouble, however.
Barrett said that Jett was in the boiler
room alone, except for Webster, from
4 o'clock until his relief came at 8 o'clock
in the morning.
Andrew Mangum, a fireman, of 1308 E
Street Southeast, stated that he bad
known Webster for four, and Jett for six
years. He stated that the quarrel be
tween the two men had been patched up,
una that Jett had not exhibited any
change or acted differently since the dis
appearance of Webster. This was in di
rect clash with the testimony of Bar
rett, who declared that Jett would not
fepeak to any one the day following the
nornlng on which he and Webster last
had been seen together, and that he had
acted In a crabbed manner for soma
Vincent Accarde), an oiler, told of the
old quarrel between Jett and Webster.
Webster, he said, bit Jett In the nose,
and knocked him down, and Jett got up
and grabbed a milk bottle, but that he
got between them before they could mix
it again. Accardey testified that early
morning of September 17 he glanced Into
the boiler room and saw Jett and Webster
drinking beer on the work bench.
Chief Engineer Lorch proved an Inter
esting witness. He stated that detectives
had tried to proe that a drop of 30 de
grees in temperature of furnace No. 6
on the morning of September 17, between
3 30 and 4 15 o clock, as shown on tne
heat chart, had been caused by the open
Ing of the door of the combustion cham
ber. This was unreliable, he said, lnas
much as during another test the heat
dropped een when the door was closed.
Lorch also testified that he had dis
charged Jett for Insubordination in re
fusing to work a longer shift when his
relief was latc Efforts were made by
Jett's brother and the business manager
of the firemen a union to nave Jett re
instated, but he refused to put him back
to work. He had promised him the next
Father on Stand.
His oice filled with emotion, his eyes
dim with tears, and his limbs trembling
as If with palsy, Charles A. Webster, the
aged father of Arthur Webster, told of
the efforts he had made to locate nis son
before reporting his disappearance to the
"I learned on the afternoon of Septem
ber 17 that Arthur had not been home
since 2 o'clock that morning," said Mr.
Webster. "The next da-, when I found
he was still missing, I went and had a
talk with my daughter-in-law. We found
Arthur had last been seen at the brew
ery. She told me of the old quarrel he
had had with Jett. and that she feared
something might have happened to him.
We could get no trace of him at all. and
two days later I met Policeman Kenny
and told him I wanted to have a talk
with Jett, because I thought he might
know what had become of my son.
"On Sunday the officer brought Jett to
the house to see me. I asked him where
Arthur was, but he only shook his head.
I then asked him where he saw hlan last,
and he said about 4 o'clock in the morn
ing. Arthur and Barrett were standing
together on the work bench In the boiler
room. Barrett went to wash his hands
and after that he did not see my son
again, he said."
The elder Webster said Jett told him
his son had been drinking that night, but
apparently was not under the Influence of
liquor. Then he raid he made thla plea
to Jett "Jett, If. you have got any in
formation, for God's sake let me have It
This thing Is killing my wife! Just think
of his wife and three little Innocent chil
Asked by the coroner regarding his
son's reputation for sobriety, the witness
My son would take a glass of beer or
whisky, but that seemed to be his one
weakness. He was a good provider and
took care of 'his wife and family as well
as It was possible for a worklngman to
Policeman John Kenney. of the Fifth
Precinct who arranged the meeting be
tween the elder Webster andJett told
of his part In the proceedings and as
serted he did not arrest Jett because
Webster's father appeared to be partly
convinced that "Jett had nothing to do
with the disappearance following the In
terview. Harry Crabbs, employed as an Ice
puller" at the brewery, testified that he
saw Webster In the boilerroom through a
window shortly after 2 o'clock.
The coroner's Jury remained out less
than" fifteen minutes. The verdict as
has-.rich cream-en the top. It is so
' that ill some zzscs it is well to add
before feeding it to babies. p
You will never see any sediment in our milk, '
never any dirt at the bottom of the bottle and will
never-find it delivered in dirty bottles. All bottles
are carefully washed and sterilized after each service.
Qur method of Perfect Pasteurization absolute
ly safeguards you from any danger of eisease germs
and it prevents the milk from souring so easily.
Chestnut Farms Sanitary Dairy,
George M. Oyster, Jr.,
Phone North 7800. ins Connecticut Ave.
found was signed by the members, s
follows! Howard Brooks, foreman: L.
Pierce Boteler. George E. Moody. Will
iam A. Foy. Henry D. Nash, and John P.
The bones, held by the coroners Jjiry
to be there of Arthur Webster, are being
held at the District morgue to be claimed
by relatives. An undertaker will take
charge of them to-day. Funeral services
will be held from the Church of the Holy
Comforter Monday morning. Bev. Clar
ence E. Wheeler, assistant pastor, will
officiate. Interment probably will be In
The verdict of the coroner's Jury will
enable Webster's widow to claim Insur
ance on his life, amounting to 81.120. Of
this Webster held a policy for H.000 in a
fraternal organixation and a policy of
$120 in a New Tork company.
Sara for Maintenance.
Johanna Garvey yesterday filed suit
against Bernard Francis Garvey for
maintenance, alleging that he deserted
her In June last and that he had failed
to support her. Cruelty is also charged
against him. They were married at
Johnstown. Pa. June 5, 15SS, and hae
Ano and Hanoi. Collide.
An automobile driven by Charles H
Merr man. of IXi Seenteenth Street
Northwest, collided jesterday at Ninth
and Q Streets Northwest with a wagon
driven by Yancy Dudley, of VSB1 Eleventh
Street Northwest. The horse was slight
ly Injured and the wagon damaged.
Although the American Automobile As-
soc'atlon has called off the GUdden tour
from Detroit to New Orleans, over me
Lakes-to-the-Gulf route, unanes j. vrna
riVn. donor of the classic GUdden Trophy
will lead a caravan of tourists over the
Identical route that was adopted ior ine
national reliability contest
The tour will be conducted under the
auspices of the 50.000 Mile Maxwell Club.
a. flourishlnr onranlx?tion of motorists
who have been awarded gold medals for
driving 50.000 miles and 25,t" mues. re
spectively. The run will be open to alL
Mr. GUdden will personally drive a
Maxwell "49" touring car. similar to the
trio of Maxwells which made the only
perfect scores in the last contest, from
New York to Jacksonville. Fla. The
noted tourist will start from Detroit on
October 14. and carry out the scneauie
as arranged by the A. A. A., arriving in
New Orleans on October 27.
That the year may not go down In
history without an automobile tour of
a national character in the interest of
motoring and good roads, Mr. GUdden
decided to make the run himself. In co
operation with the 50,000 Mile Club. He
Invites all motorists and those Interested
In good roads to accompany him over
such portion of the route as they may
select and he assures them an old-fashioned
pleasure Jaunt through one of the
most Interesting sections of the United
States, including such points of Interest
as the Lincoln farm, the Mammoth Cave
of Kentucky, and the Battlefield of Vlcks
burg. This Is the most delightful season
of the year in those sections of the coun
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HOW MUCH CAN
We pay 'the same rate of
interest on both large and
We treat ALL depositors
with jinif orm courtesy.
We will appreciate your
account, whatever its size
and Trust Company.
Corner 15th and N. $f. Ave.
P. M. CORR,
agent for Flanders and Tale Motor
cycle and Cora's Special Bicycle.
Motorcycle Overhauling- and Belt Re.
pairing. Accessories and Sundries.
Bicycle Repaliinc Brazing, and Over,
hanllng. Supplies and Accessories.
IIS at it M. W 1aeava Mala Bias.
W Olt. Votea In Ts Herald a 3.000 Contat
Wa Qlra Veta hi Tha EcraU'i p,000 Costast.
" We are not' satisfied to simply supply rich milk, J
or pure-milk, or clean milk. It must be all three.' -We
are equally particulahin eaclftrespect. r L,
Yon will notice that exrrrbh'ttp- nf niir millfT
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W. HAYDEN COLLINS
ef.,.to announce that he has opened an office In the Evans
Building. 1420 New York Avenue Northwest for the purpose of
conducting the real estate, general Insurance, and bonding busi
ness. All matters will receive prompt and efficient personal atten
tion. Tour patronage solicited.
Telephone Jlsln 7063.
Four and a half years with Taos. J. Fisher A Co Inc.
Past Eleven and half years wKh Llebermann A Haws.
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L ooks are perfect "It Is clear" speed and safety Is the chief Ids
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a . rw-a wva, Phone M. 7S37-S.
WARREN MOTOR SALES GO.
Hss Removed to
1 1610 14th Street N. W. 1
H Phone orth SOOT. 22
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Secure one of our portable
Electric Kadiators for the sitting
room, nursery, or invalid's corner.
Efficient and economical heat- CC
ers. Priced from tw
National Electrical Supply Co.,
132S-30 X. Y. Ave. rhone M. CSOO.
e Cite V.otr in The Ilrrald a V5.000 Conteat
When you need it you need It
We have TUB Vnlcanlzlne Plant and
can do your work qnlckly, neatly, and
with the minimum amount of profanity
and expense. .
Washington Auto Supply Co.,
1227 New York Avenue M.W.
Expert Electric Vehicle Repairing
Storage Batteries repaired and re
newed. Ignition and Lighting Batter
lea Charged and Built to Order.
S0BTHW0RTH KEISER CO.
Phene M. 2239.
Bring Your Tires Here
All Kinds of Vulcanizing and
3019 (VI Street N.W.
We Glr. Votea In Tha Ilerald'a S3 on Conteat.
GEO. W. BEALL
15IBSU.SLI.W. M. 7685
Wo Gin Vote, in Tb. Ilrrald'a S3 009 Contn.
AITOMOIILES FOR HIRE
Five and seven passenger cars.
BROWN BLAIR GARAGE
1319 L St. N.W.
, Phone N. 1470.
Wt Glr Votes la Tfce Herald's 5,099 Codett,
ir !. 1 1 1 lj i 1 1 1 1
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erlmder; Mil model, chain crtr. iad rui- .
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t MUNGER SPECIALTY CO.
i 929 D STREET N. W. t
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rhone N. lot. ,,
We Gire Votes in Th. Heralds gSODO Contest,
off ONE WEEK ONLY
Introductory Offer Only
Seat Coverings. Storm Aprons. Dust
Covers, Side Curtains. Send Postal
National Auto Top Company,
405-7 13i4 St N. W. M. 6212
3pp. District Bldg.
W Gire totea la The Herald a COM Contest.
The Washington Motor
(Formerly the Auto Exchanga
and Supply Co.)
Will Move to
1317 New York Avenue
On or About October 15th.
We sire Herald S5r000
Will Buy a Regular $40.11
! REINDEER BICYCLE .
, With Coaster Brake. ',
This Week Only.
: E. P. HAZLETON !
420-31 10th St. N. W:
We Gire otea in The Herald a S2.Q0B Conteat.
Why should Automobile owners far.
soenfed tta tlra troubles when taies
can bo positively duno away wttla r
The World's Best Filler
for Automobile Tire.
Suds Tire Troubles t
JUreasa Tire filler Co.
208 Scuttiim Buoma.
Filling; riant. 228-234 Fourteenth
I treat JT. W.
We Girt Vote la The Hmld's SW Contsst,
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