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THE" WASHINGTON HERALD, SUNtfASJ. OCTOBER 6. 1912,v
Arrangements for Entertaining
Chamber of Commerce Delegates
GEO. D. SINCLAIR
615 Penn. Ave. N. W.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL BLDO.
We GIt, Totn Is The Herald, tE5.00( Contest,
ANOTHER WONDERFUL SHOW. i
Wr Jiavr 111st TPrftvfA n
supply of ' ,
Fancy Golden Grimes
The beauty apple, either cooking
or nun ar. prices mar, are
right, quality guaranteed.
Phone .North 2377
Pens, Ink. Tablets. -Composition
Books, Rulers, and all School Ac
cessories. J. A. BIRCH. 2153 Pa. Ave. N.W
We slVej Herald tSSflOO contest votesw.
BEE HIVE MARKET
.X. Rosenblatt. Prop.
Groceries, Meats, Provisions,
Home Dressed Ydultry.
Orders sent for and delivered. ,
Phone N. S3M.
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It Makes No Difference
"Whether you own a JLOO Brownie or a
ilOO Kodak, you will learn How to Make
uood Pictures xrom the bandy. Instruc
tive imie Dooit lor me amateur pnotoe
W. J. KROUSE, 908 G St. N. W.
We stive Herald 8SO0O contest Totes.,
Largest stock ever carried. Also Laces.
Dry Goods. Hosiery and
MRS. 1. A. MOUDY.
C30 Georgia Ave. N. W.
We give Herald S23.000 contest votes.
Goldsmith. Cold. Grin, and Malaria Cap
sules will help you when all others fall. Onar
enteed. Christiani Pharmacy,
CgchlCman ft qcOdamlthl.
rib. and 31 St. K. W. Phoae X. 2398.
iTe C1t Vote. Is Tba llenM a COCO Contest.
LARKIN The Sewlnaj
I- t IX I II, Machine Man
iVlll repclr your sewing machine
iroperly, no matter what make.
Send postal, or phone M-SI35.
Corner 3d and H Streets N.W.
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Fresh Meats and Provisions.
otse Dressed Poultry and Qamo In
301 U St. N. W. Ffcone N. E87
Phone Orders Promptly Delivered.
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THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
Superior quality of California Port
Wine an excellent artl- 35c Ot.
Or 3 quarts for JLOO.
BEM ROSENFELD'S, 218 44 St. S. W.
V cite Vote. In The Herald'a E3.000 Contest,
Any two of the follovinc for on jew, $2:
Jlmtrricui, CosmopoIiUn, Delineator, EwrTbodj'B,
Good IIonwKTini. llrmnt'e, ilcChir, Roman's
Jloms Companion, Metropolitan. Modern Electric,
Iliyaical Culture. Write for estimate on any mag
azine J-YMES S. FRASER. KenoU Bid.
IVe c-tc Herald 925,000 contest vote..
PHONE MAIN 6463
High-class Groceries, Meats, Provisions
consult us freely
vweaW Whenever ou are in doubt as
aafAw to what Paint or Enamel to
use Ask Hodgkln.
HODGKIN'S Family Paint Store
nUUVarVlII O 8 13 seventh Street
ic clve tlerald S25.0Q0 content votes.
1401 H STREET N. E.
WASHITsGTOX. D. C.
P. O. Station 55. Tel. I 1135.
School Supplies. Magazines, Periodicals.
1401 H STREET N. E.
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The Choicest the Market
Affords Can Always
Be Found at
4th and H Streets N. E.
1 give Herald CT.OOO conteat to tea.
Will buy you the best made Three
piece Suit of Clothes, 2-button. single-breasted
coat with high cut
est and medium peg pants. Tour
choice of all-wool goods.
437 Seventh St. S. W.
We give Herald 2.".Q00 contest votes.
CONOMY MEAT MARKE
Xnrrw th. tett et FoodatnCa caa
ba bad at th, lovast ptrreutax
pilcea. Urata, Flab, and Prorialooa
409 Third St. N. W.
We CItc Vote, la The Btrald'a CUD Conteat.
U I T S
K I R T S
PONGED 4t PlKEt.
tVa Gita Totea la The Benld'a tSSA "T-t
Blue Ribbon Cream Metal Pek'sh
lhe thick Oil Cream Polish that doea'not
settle nor leave powder or sediment.
The Polish that makes any car look
DAVIS & CHILIS ?&
IF you .want bargains in Hard
ware of every description.
Don't fail to visit
Snail's Hardware Store, 713 7th St. N.W.
W, Gin Votes b Th Becald, jam Cbnleat.
Visitors from All Over
World to Spend Three
Days i Here- as Guests
' of the 'Local Organi
zation.' JAMCS F. OYSTER,
Arrangements are npw complete for
the entertainment of the delegates
the fifth International Congress of the
Chamber of Commerce, who are making
a tour of the United States under the
auspices of the Boston Chamber of Com
merce. The delegates will arrive In
Washington on the evening of Octobei
12 and remain three days. While In the
city they will be the guests of the Wash
ington Chamber of Commerce. The
part)', consisting of nearly 400 persons,
will be quartered at several hotels, and
each division will be In charge of mem
bers of the committee of MO appointed
by the local body to look out for the
comfort of the visitors.
Plans for the reception and entertain
ment or the distinguished visitors have
been worked out by a. special committee
of the Chamber of Commerce, consisting
of D. J. Kaufman, chairman: Capt.
James F. Oyster, president of the
Chamber, and D. J. Callahan, first vice
president. This special committee ap
pointed an entertainment and reception
committee of 200 members of the local
body to assist in the work, and a fund
of S2.5C0 to be spent In attentions to the
commercial men has been made up by
An elaborate programme of sight'
seeing, receptions, side trips, and festlvi.
ties has been arranged, and the visitors
will have all ways smoothed to them
from the time they disembark from the
train at Union Station until they take
It again and are bid farewell.
Kaufman and Thomas Grant will meet
the train bearing the delegates from
Pittsburg to Washington at Harrlsburg,
Pa., on the afternoon of October 12, and
accompany them to the Capital. The
train Is scheduled to arrive here at
p m. The lsltors will be met at the
station by the committee of SCO. and the
party will be taken In automobiles to
Each delegate will be furnished on the
train with a card designating his hotel,
Its location and how It may be reached
by the street cars or other modes of con
veyance. The card also bears the num
ber of the room assigned to the bearer,
so that the delegates who do not under
stand English well will be proMded with
the necessary directions to find their
place of temporary abode at any time.
Sunday morning the visitors will have
to themsehes to attend church or make
such use of their time as each ehall
choose. Members of the local committee
will be at the hotels to answer questions
and give directions regarding Interesting
points In the city. A sight-seeing ride
for all the delegates nas been arranged
for Sunday afternoon. The National Mu
seum, the Capitol, the Congressional Li
brary, and the Corcoran Art Gallery will
be open to the visitors on that day as a
special compliment to them.
On Monday the delegates will be taken
to Mount Vernon by boat, and be
fore landing the boat will sail down
to Indian Head. Refreshments will be
served on the boat, and a general social
day will be made of the trip. A special
reception will be tendered to the dele
gates and their friends with members of
the Washington Chamber of Commerce
at the Pan-American Building on Mon
day eenlng, through the courtesy of Di
rector John Barrett. Music tJlll be pro
lded. and the evening; will be made as
enK'ble as possible for the visitors.
Ti. party wilt leave Washington at 9
a. m. Tuesday morning, the last atten
tlon to be paid them by the committee
being to escort them to the train In auto.
mobiles. From Washington the delegates
will go to Philadelphia to be entertained
by the people of that city.
The fifth biennial meeting of the In
ternational Congress of Chambers
Commerce convened In the city of Bos
ton on September 24 to 28. The congress
was made up of S33 delegates from
thirty-two countries and the sessions
were attended by hundreds of business
men and the people of Boston. Great
attention was paid to them while the
congress was In session and they were
entertained en masse and by groups at
that time. As a sequel to the meeting
of the congress the delegates were tak
en In hand by the Boston Chamber of
Commerce and taken on a sightseeing
trip halt way across the continent and
back again. When they arrive In Wash
ington they will be on the homeward
Journey. The trip started out of Bos
ton on the morning of September 30
and went by easy stages to Chicago,
going out through the cities along th
Great Lakes. The return trip was by
way of Cincinnati and Pittsburg to
Washington, and from here to Phila
delphia and New Tork, where the dele
gates will sail for their homes.
In all the American cities visited the
delegates have been the recipients of
special attentions similar to those they
will be given In Washington. They have
been afforded every opportunity to see
the busiest part ot our country and to
gain some Idea of Us largeness and what
Is accomplished in the way of manu
facture and commerce. In the other
cities much ot the time has been spent
In seeing great factories and large bust
cesses In operation.
The first meeting of the Chambersvtf
Commerce ot the World waa held ,at
Lleg. Belgium. -In 1905. This meeting,
attended mostly by delegates from the
principal European cities, resulted In" a
permanent organization and the appoint
ment of committees for various pur
poses, and to meet once, in two years at
such time and place as should be de
termined upon'. The second comma waa
at Tatllui. IUly,vto 1995; .tie third in
D. .J. KAl'FMAS,
Prague, Austria, 1903; the fourth In
London, lq 1910, and the last in Bos
ton this year.
Boston Committer on Tonr
The Boston 'Chamber of Commerce
committee, which arranged the tour, and
members of which accompany the party.
is composed of:.
(At tUlclsb HoUU
John II. Faber, rhitmiin
It. B. Da-rflport. Dojtoa Chamber of Commerce.
Jamea X. UcKIbbrn. aeartair Boaton Chamber of
Robert J. Bottomlr, Bcetoa execuur, aecrrta-r.
Fifth iDtcraatfaroal Ccngreaa.
Julian JIo-eiwLacaUe. orients of u Ian-
Albert C. Bonaachi. Italian Chamber d
Commerce. In Ne York.
Da-H Jloott, uelesate. Santlar. Coil,.
Jamea J. Coons-, aaabunt acemarr toor coov
John F. O'Connell. aecretary on publielt-.
Charlea Le Dcuc aaalaunt Keretarr.
Mra. Charlea La Dene, accreta-y of ladle com
Cauum. leiee-entuu Westers Union Tele-
Randolph CooUdse. Jr. tint Ties ireak3e-rt.
Boston Chamber ol Commerce, and Edward A.
Filene. Tic prealdrnt. International Conexeaa, boo.
Harry More, United Presa.
Ernest BalL rereeenUnff Christian Science Moni
TOrre receeaentati-ea of the Boaton and Atbanr
BaOroad C E. Colour. J. E. Sweeney, and Jamea
Baldth Ins. Waahlncton RapelU.
Continental Dr. nobert Muer. Tan! M. Samek,
Dr. BotoweU, Dr. Pari, Dr. Otalrr Borre. Charlea
Jews. .Dr. Johann Hwtaitrti. Ur Jlatja. Dr.
-toralc. Gostar Steinereinfe. Arthur Braara. llenrr
Waldea. Max Werthebne-, Rafael de rUalatnar. J
P. Vot-uba. Dr. Fnu Carua. Kurt Grohmann. Tan!
HieUe. Jnltoa Blue, Clcmena Ja-eer. Joharm
Hunger, Jonrf Viail, Jr., Dr. Max ton Tarenthal,
Arnold Bardaa and wife, Bana Jaaner ron
Behrofenegs;. Artnr Klein. Mra. Emlhe Mob-a-roll.
Frill enrnann. and Adolf Schwarz.
Continental Dr touia Varjaaay. Dr Alexander
Katona, Dr. Paul Stende. Gexa Karri.rg. Jnlra
Szaraj. Benri Kalloa. Paul Kufier. Maurice Bzrn-
droi. Leo rerener. Albert Scholu. Dr Aladar
Sipoas. Andrew Jnltna Sipoas. Aladar Wein. Louis
Sarkadl. Cedomll Muodso-io-Fla-alc, Louli Per.
jeur, aoa joeepei xocn.
Concnwa Ball rani Hat-mane. Adolpbe Charlet,
Leon ChanaseUe. Judge Loula Laxard. Benri Le-
choux. A. Lou-Ota. Charlea Chrbtopbe. Louis
Canon-Lesrand and wife, Emll, Jottrand and wife,
Eduazdo Duex. and Marts Friaon.
Raldtn Count Candido da Mendee de Almeida,
(suite parlor, two bedrooms), Oounteaa Candido d.
Mrades de Almeida (one with two beds), and
Candido de Mendea de Almeida. Jr. and Ham
Saleixh-Tancrrdo Pinochet, aeorrw rrlHJeen, and
111 Lawrence Fnujean.
IUleixh Chca. Tsunc-t'an. Cbunfi Wen pane. Dr.
Wang Ching'un, and Foo Liang. M. A.
Raleigh-Samuel E. Pixa and F. Parana.
Congress Ball V. Lund, Bans Trgner, A. O.
IDum, and Carl Rubow.
IUWch-F. Faithful Begs. lion. J G Jenllna,
G Palliser Martin and wife, Alfred Ailrtt, Theo
bald F. Butler, John Bland, V. W. Rycroh,
Richard C. Tbynr. George Dimmer. H. T C. Bowla
Lrans, L. H. Turtle, ll. A. Longoen. r. w. uoos.
E. J. Bruce (wife and danzhtrrl. J. R. Barbour
and wife. Price Jones. B. A. II. Christie. J. E.
Eranajackaon. A. Barton Kent and wu. Sir
Joeeph Lawrence, Alfred Lohnstrin. E. R. 1. Moon,
Graham Spker, n. J. Tbomivon and daughter.
Thomas Usher. Dr. Frank B Vrooman, P. Brn
riluaon. Sir John Boot, Paul Meyer. Arthur New
btry. A. Taylor White and wife. Alfred Newsbery
and wife. Jonrpb A. Lrcale, Charlea C Walsall,
Sidney O. Wheway, and W. B. Blackburn.
Raleigh Benjamin Haughton and daughter, R. K.
Gamble, ana Muoam r. uaium.
Raleigh Jamea C. GUgg. Georg, Hutchesoe.
James Ccrmadc. and Young J. Fentland and wife.
Raleigh Hormnsjce Cowaaiea Dinahaw. Mra.
Dinshaw, and daughter.
Raleigh R. B. Curry and T. G. Johnson.
Ralelgh-Jobn P. Band. Eugene O. Fearman, and
Sir Thomas J. wadson.
Raleigh-W. B. Prioc and W. J. Gag, and wife.
Raleigh Dr. Shir Nath Kapoor.
Raleigh-R. E. H. Mdbado.
Ralcigh-CoL C. W. S. Patter-on. P. J. Rjan,
L. 1 Base-tt. Alt. Burnett, Mias B. J. Burnett,
Allan Robinson, and Mlaa Helen KoMnaon.
Raleigh-W. J. Uite.
Raleigh T. Geddea Grant and wife and William
Continental M. J. Bernier. Fanl ran Haecht, D.
RodiU, WQllam J. Thomaa, Eugene Allard. Camill.
Buguenin. Bernard J. Shoninger. J. Pier-on and
Mra. Pier-on. Amm Farhl. Looia lothiois, Emile
Toulemonde, and Michael Pumani
FRENCH POSSESSION'S (ALGIERS).
Cbcgress Ball-Dr. Sortbeer, Beurrlch Vogelsang.
Albert Schlllm. Paul Neumann. Rudolf Zlersch.
Ferdinand Cartels, Prof. Dr. Max Apt. George.
Frank, Felix lleimann, ut. aunm rwneu, Alax
Richter, arlfe, and two danghtera. Dr. Otto Ehlera,
Leopold Rosenow, lingo Manev, Otto Monsterberg.
Arthur Vrancken and wife, J. DtUlisrynskl, H.
Breurer. Gottfried Koch and Mrs. Koch. Max
Schiesinger. Ernst Amme and wife. Hon. Ernat
Stephen Clansa and Mrs. Clauia, Otto Bertuch.
Loula Lehmann, Dr. Kant, Emll Lang, Richard
Matteradort?, Gustae 8tresemann, Dr. -Brandt, Hugo
Meyer. Dr. Wiedemann, Eduard Kelier-Harunann,
Ernst-filmon. Dr. Lertn and wife. Carl Bitter. Dr.
Han, Ttumpler. GusUt Mayer-Alberti, Dr. Ltidwig
HeohL Dr. Josef Weller. Alfred Hoelts. a W.
Koedlger and Mrs. Boedlger, G. Gopner and Mrs.
Teleeta Gopner, Dr. jur A. Kieetelbacn, F. Echctt,
Hernrich 8toess, Otto C. Ahlborn, Ednard Peine,
Ludwlz Peine. 81gisrrmnd Tbbiaa. Dr. jar Wendt-
land. C. F. R, Dimpker. P. A. Mann. Dr. Mlchel
mann. Hoffman Wolfginc Carl Hct-elmeyer, Wal
ter Mammen. August Lodaig and Mia, Hertntne
Ludwlg. Ludwig Puatac and wife. Prof. Dr.
Atrsdtnitx. Taul Herrmann, Geh Konunertienrat
WUhelm Boeaeh. Dr. Klirn. Hugo Loeaer, FriU
Lang. E. Robert Bohmsv Carl Groaa, Friedrich
Straus. Lndwix Koerfer. Frttx SchlfTmann. Otfo
and Breuer, Carl Gross.
Ealeigh-Bemhard Melliaslnoa) and wife.
RaMxh-Laki LooateUL OtUrlo Negri. Onlnlmo
ivegn. Augnata siorosou. Baron Antonio at oraria.
Car. Glorgic Xnrlco Flic. Oulseppa Bob, Gtulio
Toai, Carlo Patoi and wife. Grand US. Angeto
Sarmotrazhl tad wife. Oar. Are. Edmondo n.u
motraghi, Marco Boghem. Glnaeppe Carletti. Conun.
Glnaeppe Jani. Car. Caaan Ponti. Francesco Port
ion!. Dr. Att. Enrico RajnoMI. Car. Pietro Val
lardi. EmIKo Ppxd, Arraeata Roberta Pool,
sucearao liaaaeci. Frof. Btefano
i JsroastU, hn IwaMai. Duat-t1
Party Is on Its Way
Homey After Making
Swing Through West,
as Guests of the Bos
1 JsnV 1'WMeiellalalaH
DAN J. CALLAHAJf,
Member ei Chamber of Conrmrrce. who will extend
hand ot welcome to risitora.
Giuaeppt E. Heaa, Erool, II .relit and wife. Inj.
Roberto Narf. Paolo rarlealU. Lulgi Scandroglio.
Car. Rag. Fermo Coral. Doctor Outdo Cornt,
Magxiere Car. GhuTo Nacmanl Formiggini, Dottor
Giuseppe Salottl, Dottor EmDlo Malateata, Dottor
Ferruoda Testl. Dottor Tulllo Foauti. Robert C.
ArUb. Dottor Gino de Benedettl. Adolph Giro,
Gulienettl Gnldo. Ing Glorannl Groase. Hermann
Leidhenarr. Gtnsepp, Magnino, Car. Eugene Oderio.
Car. vn raolo Timow4. Emanuele Celanza. Ing
Mario lcarj. Car. Are. Coaare DalmaxJ, Caf.
Aleaaandro de Denedetti and wife. Grand' US.
Lulgi Pagliani, and Ghueppe Kjulndo
Raleigh Y Numano and wife, Reharo Icfamomrya
and wife, and Iwao NlshL
Raleigh Domingo Valdea Llano and wife and
Auolfo lulls Hermoaino.
Continental M E. Yonker. W. Weatermaa. Leon
Bruyellc, Julea de Brer, and P. W. Maaa.
Raleigh Johan Fteen. Chr. B Lorentaen, Albrrt
Ralchen. Johan Rye Holmbne. Kristian Jebsm.
Kriitlan Lrnmkuhl and son. Job, Ludw. Mowtnckel,
and Cath. Bang.
Raldgh-F. A. Pexet and wife.
Raleigh Oscar Potier. Jorge da Silreirs. Duarte
de Almeida, Jadntha Lopex. Dr. Joaquin Leltx.
r, and Jobs Caaaels.
Raleigh Edgardo Carcia.
Raleigh Leon P. Abramoritx.
Raldgh-M. I. Deatel and Georges Loth,
Raleigh Don Eduardo Agustl and Dos Carlos
Raleigh-John Bammar and Bangt Ljungberger.
Raleigh-Dr. Alfred Georg and Henri Martin.
Raleigh-Jules A Fresco and wife. Mlaa WinsUw.
Carl HolsUin. W C. Mountsin. Hon. G. Bl,
Rarendal and daughter, Tbeo Reiwjen, A Moho
ksui. Isaiah Montesanto. Mr. Pbestimnoulo. James
W.i WUklnaon. and Albert It. Slcrinalck ana wue.
Raleigh-Comello Stout. Jr
U. 8. Dept of Agriculture. Weather Bureau.
Washington. Saturday. October 5-S p. m.
The Western distrubanre baa made but littl, proc-
resa ainee Friday night, but preanir, has risen rapidly
in ha rear, and the rains and anows hare continued
in the Plateau and Rocky Mountain rrgiona, with a
decided fall fal temperature, and hare extended Into
North Dakota, Orer th, remainder of the country
the weather waa warm and generally fair. The dia
turbance off the South Atlantic Cc.it increased
aomewhat in intensity during Friday night, and
atom warnings were ordered Satnrday morning from
Norfolk to Hatteras, moderately high winds following
during toe cay.
Tbe edd weather and rains and anows In the North
west and the extreme West will onetinne during Sun
day, and during Sunday and Sunday night rain with
much lower temprratur, will gradually extend
through the riains Stale and tb. Central valleys,
reaching the Lairm Upper Lake region and the
Ohio alley by Monday in lb. East and South too
eather will continue fair and moderately warm.
The winds along the New England and Midjl At
lantis roasts will be moderste Tsrtabie; on the South
Atlantic Coaat moderate Dorthrriy: on th. East Gulf
Coast light to moderate rariable. becoming aoutherly;
the West Gull Coaat moderate aoutbeast and
anuth: on the Lower Lakes moderate southerly; on
the Uroer Lakes moderata southerly, shifting oo
Michigan and Superior and becoming brisk.
Midnight, : ! a. ra.. 5T; i a m.. 56: a. m.. SB;
I a. m . 58; W a m.. ffl. 12 nonn. 14; 1 p. m.. n; I
p. m.. 76, 4 p. m.. 70; I p. m.. 67; W p. m., 60. High
est. 71: lowest, 55.
Relstlre humidity a a. m.. 90. 1-p. m.. S3, 8 p. m..
73. p.hi." (8 p. m. to 8 p. m ). a Houre of sun
shine. 11.4; per cent of possible ramahlne, 100.
Temperatun ssme date last year Highest, 71, low
Tempera tares tn Other Cities.
Temperatures In other dtlea, together wtth the
amount of rainfall for tb, twenty four hours ended
at 8 p. m. yesterday, an aa follows;
Max. Mln. I p. m. fall.
AsherQIe. N. C 74 SO 44
Atlanta. Ga. 85 a T4
Atlantic City. N J 79 0 U
lusmarck. N. Dak 50 as U 0.04
Boaton. Maaa. 78 94 C4 ....
Buffalo. N. Y ........ 72 M 44
Chicago. lU 74 60 70
Cincinnati. Ohio......... 82 M 72
Cheyenne. Wyo. 44 42 "ft 0.38
DaTenport, Iowa .. 84 6ft 74
Denrer. Colo ... 70 13 (4
Des Moines. Iowa,...M.... 86 S3 T4
Duluth. Mlniu. 80 4 70
Galretton. Tex 84 71 78
Helena. Mont,. X 24 24 0 03
Indianapolis. Ind.. .......... 82 88 74
JackaooTllle. Fix. K W T4 0 03
Kansas City. Mo ....... 84 68 80
Little Rock. Ark H 62 78
Los Angeles, Cal 62 S3 40 0 01
Marquette, Mich ......... 83 64 70
Memphis, Tens.- S3 80
New Orleans, La, 88 T2 76
New York. N. T............ 76 64 44
North matte. Nebr......... 82 64 7
Omaha, Nebr..... -....,. 88 64 80
Philadelphia. Pa........... 78 64 48
rtttabun. Pa.....-.-.. 78 80 66
Portland, ilo.-...-........ 78 ft) 64
Portland. Orec. - 71 42 44
Salt Laks Qty, Utah...... 52 48 44 0J0
St. Louis. Mo............... SI 60 TS
SL Paul, Minn. 84 M 78
Ban Frandsco. Cal. 64 14 40
Springfield. Ill 81 M 71
Tacoma. Wash. .m. 58 .. 58
Tampa. Fla - 86 70 76
Toledo, Ohio.. 78 58 68
Vfcxsburg. Miss. . 88 64 80
To-day High tide, ist a. m. and 418 p. ra.: row
tide. 10 J2 a. m. and asz p. m.
To-mermw High tidft. -a a. ta. and SJ8 rx m.:
low t)de U3 a. m. and U p. m.
Catrwin Will Fllvd.
The will of Ma. John M. Carson, who
died in Philadelphia September SO, was
filed for probate yesterday by hia at
torney, B. F. Lelghton. It was executed
In August, last, a few weeks before hla
death, and. outside of a few small be
quests, leaves everything to his widow.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mossburg cele
brated their tenth wedding antversary at
their home Friday night. It being their
tin wedding, all refreshments were serv
ed from tin dishes.
DeesrratloBS o Watt Wta-tag.
SbaSer securta i
Ticket! to "The Bote Maid" Oo to
Writers of Added Verses
MANY TEYTHEIE HAND
It has been a task for the Lyric Edl
tor of The Washington Herald to-read
all the "added" Verses to the popular
sonr. "Money Talks. which In "The
Rose Maid" operetta at the Columbia
Theater this week will be sung as one
of the big aonr hits, that were sent to
him by the aspirants for the honor of
having their literary efforts selected as
prize winners. In connection with the
attractive offer which appeared In last
tsunaays coition of The Washington
After careful consideration, the tickets
to the first performance of "The Rose
Maid," at the Columbia Theater Mon
day night. October 7, have been awarded
to tho following.
Miss Loretta Shea, 12 Florida Avenue
Miss Margaret Jahn, 1S21 North Capi
Edward S. Morgan. Jr., G619 Georgia
John Slattery, 1002 H Street North
west. Miss Evelyn Blrkeley, 1414 Chapin
Miss Ellen T. McConcha, 1317 Ninth?
Miss Mary Waller McCarthy. 40S Se
ward Square Southeast,
Miss Ellse Headly, 16 I Street North
west. H. Coffman. 1014 Tenth Street North
west. Richard Lee Slmmonds. 304 Mary
land Avenue Northeast,
B. Moss. 1100 Euclid Street North
west. Arthur M. Hahn. 1213 New Jersey
Miss Elsie F. Hopkins. 121 Massachu
setts Avenue Northwest.
Miss Esther Frances Loebl, 725 Nine
teenth Street Northwest.
Miss Mary E. McCaffrey, (52 G Street
Lawrence A. Wldmayer, 2107 Flrat
G. A. Daly, 1306 Thirty-sixth Street
Miss Susan GIddlngs. 3227 Eleventh
Miss Theresa Flnktlsteln, 1605 Tenth
Miss Mildred Foy. SB O Street North
west, The Lyric Editor will mall to each of
the above two orchestra tickets for
Monday night's performance of "The
Rose Maid," at the Columbia Theater,
and hopes at an early day to be able
to give the grown-up as well as young
folk readers of The Herald another such
opportunity to try their skill at verse
Webster Funeral To-morrow,
Funeral services for Arthur A. Web
ster will be held at 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning. The only remains to be Inter
red In the grate tn Congressional Ceme
tery are the few bone fragments that
were found by detectlirs In the furnace
combustion chamber. The funeral rites
will be conducted by Rev. Clarence E.
Wheeler, pastor of the Church of the
Mrs. K. S. Olds Dies.
Mrs Katharine Sargent Olds, for forty-seven
years a resident of this city,
died at the home of her son. Prof. Hen
ry Olds. Mrs. Olds was widely known
In Washington and her death will be
keenly felt by many friends here. She
was the widow of the Rev. Mark L.
Olds and daughter of Nathan Sargent,
Marion B Moocr SI. and Lrslie Rsymond. ", of
Baltimore. Md. Judge C. 8. Bnndy.
Lrem R MentiUr. 24. of Yonken. N. Y., and Anna
W Wlndeck. 2. Rer. S. M Newman.
Jacob E. MendeU. r, and Mary Ruth Pattenger,
18. of Chicago. III. Rer L. M. Ferguson.
John B. Jsy. 23. of (Thsricw.on, S. C , and Augusta
E. Emery. 30. of Philadelphia. Pa. Rer. R. W.
Claude W. and Edith V. Wytle. girt.
George and Mary Scott, girl.
Hugh and Ada Smith, boy.
Robert E. and Emma E. Reynolds, boy
Robinson W. and Be-wie L. Pearoe. grri.
Joseph E. and Ella C. Newton, girt.
James M. and O'lre Halloway. girl.
John and Bessi, Beriein. boy
Raymond D. and Clarice F FUIiua. boy.
Woobnaa l. and Lillian Emory boy.
Saliator, and Concttta Callpo. irt.
Charles D and Nettie C. Chick, girl.
Jamea and Mary Rrsnson. girl
John F. and Marie V Beck. boy.
Gordon and Elisabeth Wilkina. boy.
George W and Lotta Perritt. boy
Robert and Sadie Long. boy.
Clarence O. and Rosa A. Lewia. boy.
Jamea S. and Florence Johnson, boe.
Samuel C and Besei. Chambers, girl.
W illlsm and Dorothy Cole. boy.
Arthur M. and Mabel K. Carter, boy
W alter C. and Mena Blount, girt.
Daniel E. and Mary C. Brewer, girl.
Sandy P. and Adelaide a Baker, boy.
Harry Mulr. 25 yean. Government Hospital Insane.
Ethel P. Brown. t2. Prorldence Hospital.
Grace T. Bowling. 41. 1306 Lawrence St, no.
Simon F. KroL If, 22t O St, ne.
Martha J. Martin. 44. Wheeler Road. D. a
Georgi, Andre. . 83 K St. nw.
Rosa Zappo. 1, 758 Nary Place,
John McKemey, O. 635 4th bt, ne
Anna M. Anderaon. 80. 608 M'St, nw
Mary Barnes. 9 months. Wssh. Horn, for Fondlings.
Fannie dart. 41 yean, 7J08 F St. nw.
Rodger SeweD. 30. 1111 2d St. aw
Adam Reed. 72. Washington Asylum Hospital.
Walter Fletcher. 36. Garneld Hospital.
Charlea B. Harrison, it, 103 S St. nw.
Mary E. Neal. 80, 1T3 T St, nw.
Mary J, Johnson. 46. 414 V St, nw.
George Brown, 22, Freedmen'a HospitaL
Walter Rosier, 39. Tuberculosis HospitaL
Martha Pearson. 37. Govrrnment Hospital Insane.
LoniM Pleasant, 10 months. Freedmen'a Hospital.
Infant of William and Catherine Hutchinson. 3
months, 404 2d St. aw.
Infant of John IT. and Sarah Smith. 15 days, 4
Fullmani Place nw.
Mark L. Carter. I day. 35 nth St. nw.
Lucille Campbell, 3 days, Freedmen'f Hospital
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