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$25.00 so handsome and substantial
is this bed. It trill not tarnish, even
under the most severe-acid tests.
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ture to be proud of. The low price
is possible because we manufacture
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There Is Satisfaction,!!!
Good Workmanship. Correct Styles.
Perfect Fit. and Exclusive Designs
Are What Our 'Reputation Is Built
on. Our WORK Is Right and Our
PRICES Are Right.
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.EIYICE IS Oil SPECIALTY
Service and comfort nut of a
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and heeled by our efficient and
! Work called for and delivered.
Phone X. 1819.
Works: 411 11(h St. R. W.
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605 H St. N. W.
Electrical Supplies and Novelties.
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HUES HC1UE THEIR OUTPUT
, New York, 'Oct. .-The' United States
government will take a report Wednes
day oni the grain, harvest y the country
that win break all records asd put an
ftnil.ffl all Atltl Mm tl .l.&u.. m.0 .&.-
I crops. This report has notjbeen dl-
coumea in ine stecK market. --.It -will
nsaks certain a record tonnage for rail
roads, both of agricultural products and
of manufactured thjnga.'!n return. It
wiu insure a shortage of cars for.
long period and will compel all the
railroads to spend money on a large scale
for the next year. The conaeatlon of
freight that will undoubtedly develop
will make shippers mora willing-to see
a reasonable advance In frelrht rates.
It Is understood that the arbitration
board will withhold Its reDort on the
question of advancing the wages of rail
road men until after the election. So
great is American prosperity that T Eu
ropean money rates must be advanced
in order to furnish-) funds for moving
American crops. The 'bank of England's
rate of 4 per cent Is'too low-to last
long. The Bank of France begun
strengthening its position by withhold-.
ing goia payments mis weea. mere is
nothing In International affairs to dis
courage American stockholders.
Many people are 'holding away from
the stock maiKet on account of politics.
They feaf tariff agitation, forgetting that
nothing can be done for a year at the
earliest In that line.
Tobacco Camiiamlea S offer.
The Independent tobacco, companies
that were fighting the trust for so many
years find themselves in a deplorable
condition. Being brought within the law.
the various parts of the tobacco trust
have begun aggresslte campaigns, and
are flooding the markets with Roods
that are so widely advertised as to
overshadow the Independents. Some of
me strongest or tne independents., recog
nising the situation. hae banded them
selves together and will soon come be
fore the public In the shape of a strong
new combination. They are backed by
Daniel O. Reld. Norman B. Ream. Hen
ry C Frick. and other financiers of the
first rank. The new company will have
no connection with the other American
tobacco outfit, but will begin business
with plants operating to an extent that
will enable It to pay dividends from the
start on Its preferred stock, and at end
of the year to have earnings of at least
10 per cent for the account of the com
Railway earnings will, of course, con
tinue 10 improve, in view of the great
tonnage that the big crops have made
certain. The operating expenses will
not Increase as rapidly as the- gross.
Dividends, therefore, win not be re
duced, and many Increases of dividends
must be expected in the course of the
next ear. Railroad stocks are growing
In the copper stocks a remarkably
strong sltuatiDn exists. Not only Is the
metal high, but the stocks are relatively
low. The growth of general business Is
such that the use of copper must be In
creased right along.
Sflnea Increase Output.
The mines have Increased their output
as rapidly as possible In the last few
months and are now turning out more
metal than ever before in the history of
the industry. The demand, however,
grows faster than the consumption, and
it is the fear of producers that this h.
mand 'will force prices up to such a high
level that many of the Idle and hlgh-cost-of-productlon
mines will be broueht Into
operation. Big companies do not want
copper meiai to go nigner.
Conditions In the steel trade could hard
iy De oeiier Nobody Is so much sur-
prjseu as me directors of thi rnmnml..
and many of them have neglected to buy
...c uw mat iney want lor investment.
A healthy demand for the common stock
of the trust Is, therefore, certain, and
there is little doubt about Its mavi
new high records withjn the next few
Wt A4vl H Pl1 . 1 . m -
",""u"- m company nas cleaned up'
... i, l ui us iow-pnce contracts, and
profits on all output should be above 312
a ton by the end of 191.
ifi price or meat and of some other
irons is going to cause disturbance, be
cause no promise can be held out of
lower prices in the Immediate future. It
Is true that the crops are the greatest on
record, but It Is also true that, owing to
the small crops of last ear. the farmers
were compelled to send thousands of ani
mals to the slaughter house because ther
had no feed to keep them over. Now
there is plenty of food, but not enough
animals to eat It, and It will take two
years at least to restore the number of
animals to the normal. The public must
be patient with high prices of meat for
another jear at least
Communal Vlllmre Nenr Boston
Dursteh to Xew Tort Tribune.
Nine farmers and permanent residents
or Harvard Township have combined
their Interests and have sold their land.
In .the aggregate 166 acres, to a board of
trustees, headed by Flake Warren, a Bos-
ion millionaire. '
Instead of having, as heretofore, to
pay taxes on their property and on all
Improvements they may make, they now
pay a stipulated rental, which does not
Increase with the Increased valuation of
their farms and orchards, and all the
taxes are paid out of the fund that this
rental creates. The farmer. Instead of
Individually owning hisrland. really owns
it equally with the community.
Some portion of the fund goes to Mr.
Warren in return for his Investment of
money to buy up the farms and set the
organization In action.
The movement Is the first, of Its kind
In this State, and follows closely the suc
cessful installation of the communal vil
lage, and tbe German credit guild system
In Halldon. Me., bv Mr. Warren, and in
Arden. N. J., with his financial support.
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StIM. AM(RKD O. VAXDERBILT.
New York. Oct. 6. Almost literally
the little son born to Mr. and Mrs. Al
fted G. Vanderblit on their houseboat
on the Thames last Monday was "bom
with a golden spoon In bis mouth." His
coming Is only one of two oous events
his father has been anticipating- Alfred
G. Vanderblit will be thirty-five ears of
age op October 10 next. On that day,
according to the terror of his father's
will, he will come Into 5.000,000 at least.
When he was thirty he came Into the
other half of the CO.000,000 left him by
his father. It is stated that despite
Vanderbilt's almost prodigious expendi
tures the fortune has grown by leaps
and bounds. So the boy whom his
mother now embraces Js heir to probably
JGO.OOO.OOOl lira Vanderblit Is the daugh
ter of Capt. and former Mrs. Isaac Em
erson, of Baltimore, and was divorced
from her first husband. Dr. Smith Holllns
IAWBENCE HOW WES
MRS. MOjrEt, LAWHENCC
New York. Oct. 6. Lionel I. Lawrence,
th sallor-actor-manager-producer, ad
mitted that he bad married Miss Ernes
tine May Boechert, M. D., of Chicago, on
August 13. He was greatly disturbed,
however, over the publication of the fact
that It was his eleventh matrimonial ven
ture. "Some of the women mentioned as
my former wives I had met onlv casu
ally." declared Lawrence. "Others I do
not recollect." The present Mrs. Law
rence declared that she believed her hus
band was this time married forever.
Apparatus using a pivoted arm. which r
is strapped to the shoulders, has been
patented In England to teach a person
to make correct movements In golfi la
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wandererdiscovrsv it liaa. worked Ita
nphantlag speiroir brtektnaM aortai
wall aa upon flinsalor'saaUrlai'. .'
About two mllefrrathe town "of
Ayr stands a" plain little clay-built, cot
tage, reared by thevbands of the father
ofvRobert Burns, and which the 'pool
himself refer to aa aa.-auld ciay Dig
g!n."'There the Bard of BcoUan4 came
.into this'' stormy world on January 35.
1TS9. and spent the rat:avenrea
of hls,llfe beneath ita Jthatch. What ia
thatv'cdtlage worthtJn mud and
thatch and mouldering timber practi
cally nothing. Yet.by Teason of Ita
being tbe. birthplace of "Bobby" Burns
If Is priceless to the' people of the poet's
native land. . ,
Tutiked away under the lee of the
mountains, which stand like sentinels
round the charming lakes of Rydal
Water and Grasmere. stands an unpre
tentious but picturesque house; which.
If it had not1 once bean the abode of
genius, might, probably be bought for
a few, hundred pounds. Its name ia
Dove Cottage, and William .Words.,
worth,, the poet, lived there for. some
years with his sister, and beneath Ita
roof and in its steep little garden, laid
out by the poet's own hands; many or
his most memorable poems were writ
ten. Doubtless many American' tour
ists, whef make their pilgrimage to
Dove Cottage., would like to .transport
the sacred stones to the States. -l
There is a quiet, respectable street In
Chelsea. Opposite the end of It, in the
Embankment Gardens, sits the rugged
stone etSty of a man who used to live at!
the nouse numbered 21 The price of all
the other houses In Cheyne Row could
not mi filce to buy Thomas Carlyie's
house, because there he lived many years
and there he wrote his "French Revolu
tion," his "Frederick the Great, and
bis "Cromwell." The visitors' book.
whlrli lie. iiwin Ih. t&hl nf the dlnlnv-
1 room, contains the nan.es of "prince and
peasant from every country on the
At the corner of an old-fa shiomd
Georgian square in the sleepy cathedral
city of Lichfield stands snotner priceless
house. It Is priceless Just aa the portrait
of the man who was born there, painted
by his friend. Sir Joshua Reynolds, one
of the chief treasures of our national
gallery. Is priceless People from the
ends of the earth go to Lichfield pri
marily to see the hotree Iik which Dr.
Samuel Johnson was born, and then, as
an afterthought, they go round the corner
and visit the cathedral.
About a mile out of Stratford-on-Avon,
In a typical Warwickshire village, stands
a low, long-thatched cottage which would
command a rental of half a crown a
week at the most. Yet all the wealth of
the world could not tuy it. in mat cot
tage and Its pretty rustic garden the
createst of the world's poets, the sweet
Swain of Avon, tbe Immortal Shakes
peare, did his courting. It Is the cottage
of Ann Hathaway. And If that cottage
Is priceless, what must be asked for the
old-timbered Elizabethan house In Strat
ford Itself, where the great playwright
was horn? It Is literally worth Its
weight in rubles.
The house In Broad Street. In the city
of London, where John Milton was born.
perisnea. liKe tnousanas oi its aina. in
the fire of London, still commemorated
by -the monument on Fish Street HI1L
But there Is a cottage rendered priceless.
ncvertheles. by the touch of the blind
bard's genius. It Is at Chairont St. Giles.
In Bucks It was Milton's country re
treat, and thousands make pilgrimage to
It because Milton there finished his great
epic. "Paradifo Lost."
The recent celebration by the Lon
don Times of the Issuing of the 40.000th
number of Its great paper recalls that
the London Telegraph can go the "Thun
derer" several thoussnds better. But
one of the oldest newspapers In the
worM Is Les Petltes Afflches. which con
sists mainly of announcements or forced
sales of property and other legal no
tices. This paper hss appeared in Paris
for 301 sears, and for more than a cen
tury was published seven days a wee.
Since 1907. however, when a weekly day
of rest was made compulsory for all
French workmen. Les Petltes Afflches
has ceaed to appear on Mondays.
There Is at Alx-la-Chapene a News
paper Museum, where may be seen many
curious Journalistic freaks. One of the
most striking exhibits is a copy of the
world's largest newspaper, the Illuminat
ed Quadruple Constellation, published In
New York In 1859. This papVmeasures
S3- feet In height by 6 feet In width, and
comprises eight 7ages each of 13 columns.
The paper on which it is printed ,ls ex
tremely durable and strong, and each
ream weighs more than 300 pounds.
Forty people were occupied continually
for eight weeks In order to bring out the
llrst Issue of the monstrosity, which its
designers proposed should 'be issued once
In every 100 years.
The remains of the late Duke of Fife.
whlch have been lying at Windsor since
January, finally have been laid to rest
In the mausoleum at Mar Lodge. The
casket was transferred by the High
landers of the estate from the train to
a specially constructed motor hearse. All
along the route to Braemar there were
signs of mourning.
At Victoria Bridge, about a quarter of
a mile from Mar Lodge, the residence of
the Dukes of Fife, the casket was met
by the Duff Highlanders and Pipers,
about 100 strong, and a representative
body of the Balmoral Highlanders, un
der the commend of Mr. John MIchle,
the King's agent, all being In full High
land mourning. Here the casket was
transferred to a bier and conveyed by
the Duff Highlanders, under the com
mand of Mr. William Mackintosh, to the
private chapel. The piperA led by Mr.
Colin Cameron, head piper for many
years to the late Duke of Fife, played
one of his grace's favorite laments. The
Princess Royal and the Duchess of Fife
Joined the cortege on its way to the
The remains were deposited in the spe
cially constructed vault, but.before it
was finally sealed up the .tenantry on
the Mar property and estate servants
were pcrmuicu iu ticw tne casaev.
Disraeli, Britain's famous prime min
ister, appears to have been endowed with
most scc9mmodatIns; digestion. Wheni
plaUv together, and drown themln to
mato aattta. I have oaten this. evsr'
day; It la truly, delightful." The .tutus
noma earl, .however, waa in nia youth
at that time, which may account for
dome of the meals In Disraeli's nov
els, are of a decldedy barbaric nature.
Not many of ua nowadays would car
to sit through the dinner described In
"VeneUa." which opened with "an am
ple tureen of potage i royal, with a
boned duck swimming -lif Ita center.
Then came a huge roast pike, flanked
on tone aide by a leg of mutton and on
the other by bombarded veal. To these
succeeded a grand battalia, lnwhich
tba bodies of chickens, pigeons, and rab
bits were i embalmed In snlceav cocks'
combs and savory balls, and wen be
dewed with one of those rich sauces of
claret, anchovy, and sweet herbs, tech
nically, termed a. lear. The repast
closed with a dish of oyster loaves and
a pompetone of larks.
By G. B. MORRia
First race Jewel of Asia. Ex
ton. Bunch of Keys.
Second race Kyrat, Matabon,
Third race Verdure. Briar
Fourth race Axylada. Alta
Fifth race Sherwood, Back'
Bay. Knight Deck.
Sixth race Michael Angelo,
Hatteras, John Reardon.
BAcnra cards 70s to-sat.
FIRST BACE-Tvc-rrarolds; mildent
ed; aeUlnc: art farlons
I. .1 ,.i. im 1 nk ..
Knrk Dnf . ' Ma
ana Hof n
U SalnreUs 10!
Hrlle Chilton. . 101
Bunch cf Keja. las
Federalist. ... 112
SECOND BACE-rioc oOcrra of tbe
nxrj; faur-rearoM and up; SSOO added
oq toe flat.
; one sUle
Karl Decker.......... 1U I Roman Wins K3
lffat DfM. IU I Hannah Ivint. Ml
Klnnelan 1M I Krt..... ... Me
but Stnnai 1(7 1 JUtador. 1st
uoia wick............ ivr i
THIRD RACE-TwoTtar-ofcli: 09 added
dicap; fire and a half furlongs.
Briar rath. 10t I lamsurion. 11
zcaurc .... rat i raianquln..... ......... in
Bament 101 1 Cork o' th Walk 111
Verdure 101 1 Frederick L . Ub
FOURTH BACX-AU am: SCO added: bandleas:
Altamaha Z..t 100 I Carlton O W
ChestaV Krum .... 103 I In-main! VfrilranaJft 100
Cobtun 1M Hhackletoa. 112
arrtKle miliar runer. Ill
rtfTIl KACE-Three-jearolda and up; W add
ed; eeiung: Ma lunonsa.
Illue Thl.tle 100
Hrf ... KM
J. II. Homnton..
Ben IcjU. .......
SIXTH KACE-Tlirce-rear-olda and up; Wo add
ed: aeni&g; one and onealxteenth mlleaa.
Unto'. 102 I Wolferton. JU
Halter-. lot i u uro in
riuperniior... 107 J vjichaelo Angvlo lit
iniM. tvia. lurjonn Aearaoa. iu
Caa. r. urainerr... in I
'ApprenUce allowance claimed.
tbree-yearldB and up;
Tillle Mihtmare ...
Lackroae ............. 100
Settle Sue ........ lie
Cash on Deli-err....
Kiia nrjon. ........... no
Menr Ld....J........ lu
tvo-rearnalda; flf. sad
a half furlonaa.
Nobbr -... va
Star of Danube 105
U asea; firs and s
Florence Roberta W0
Caaey Jonea... 100
emnrotu .. 105
Three Link. 103
FOUUTH RALE-liiduiance otakea: taree-mr-
ooda and nn: lour mlkr.
er Mack 105
Col. IloUwaT 100
Metton Street v 112
Star Charter. 122
FIFTH RACE-Uandicap; .thRe-reaixlda
np; one mile.
Cor Lad M I T. M Green 10
Mockler 100 I Mar Battle M
Jrnnj Oeddes. 10J I Buckbem ..... 11!
Iruh nentlcmaii 102 j Hlfu Frirate l:
SIXTH KACE-Selliat: threa-rearvlde and up
ore and ooe-tixteenui milea. r
Dad Jr II
Cocasle ....... 105
riyin reet..... ........ vn
FIRST RACE-Seren rurionca; Miller
H. M. Sabalh....
SECOND RACE-Seren furloiura.
The Dutch Kitten... 105 I CarrUloa in
l I Tender .
Silicic. , US Henator Hubble..
alorlda'a Betutr 101 1 Tiff r Jim
THIRD KACE-FtTO furkmra.
Mm. Mailr W I Son Guide
Field Floker. N3 I Philopena
manier n .H... iuj t-onxtaaaei....
Martha Alien 103 I
FOURTH RACE-Flra Mrlonsa: aeUlnc
Coneame. lot I Mlu Cardigan
nau ..M i Auaneen
Troe step .. ..
lot j Sprint Kteel 109
DonoTan. 10) I Ladr Etna..
FIFTH RACE FiTe furious : arUlnf.
noak 10T I Fnrt Worth
Iririt Ton lKlKlodi 11
Dora M LnU... 107 Rhrpnerd'a Socf..
Jim Milton IIS I Jim Malladr.
Lncetta. Ill 1 lndemact
SIXTH RACB-Six furknsa.
Protacoria JSJ Fox Craft
Janustl. S I MeAndrrw
Burnt-Candle. OS I Fundamental......
Martre 105 Csrloua ..
SEVENTH RACE Oarea hniooss.
Tee Mar Mi
nianene aTancea...... 109
Duke of Bridtewater. 109
EIGHTH RACE-Seren forionia: aelllnr.
Phlltm Tranee 100 I!m T.
Modern ilTtacUU 105 llursar.
Igloo.- in Faneull Hatt
Dinner...... ......... 105 Erelra Doric
Tackle 109 Scarlet llmnrroel...
'Apprennce auovance claimed.
Qncenaumd propoaea to hare the laraest aliuK
meat plant ia the ararid. with a capacitj of an
cattle ana sw aoeep s day.
T By ''HOP
are- almost invariably
ties, f -Hit
YOUR orooeJtv in
charge of our- REAL, ES-.
TATE DEPT. if yon desire
The Washiagton Coan
and Trust Coaapaiay.
, Cor. 9th and F.Sts.
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aad aeld sn same faverasle terras
aawa offsr tor trading la Mans
Tark stocks aad hoods.
FIBST CLXSS OPPOBTUNXTT TO MAKE A
Ian amount of oodct aa a limited partnrr In a
flnt-daaa flm of ttanken, whoa boalneai is to brte(
out near oorporationa or eoosoUiUte aad iindcnrtite
old onca and underwrite and brine out flntrdaat pre
f errrd atocka and batnda. for mm who bar a cood
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FOUR SEEK FEENCH PBESIDEHCY
Polacare, Prealer, Most Likely to
From the Near Tork Snn.
Now that President Fallieres has en
tered upon his last sis months at the
Elrsee the chances of the various poten
tial candidates for the Presidency are be
ins; actively canvassed. The French Pres
idential election is not tne same popular
affair as in the United States. The battle
for the chooslnr of the chief of state In
France devolves on the Senate and Cham
ber of Deputies, united In national assem
bly at Versailles, and the voting; Is se
cret. Amonx the possible candidates for the
election In January are Raymond Poln
care. the premier: Antonin Dubost. the
president of the Senate: Paul DechaneU
the speaker of the Chamber, and Leo
Bounreols. the minister of labor.
Since his Journey to Russia M. Poln
care's prestige In parliamentary circles
has Increased enormously. He is one of
the most able and least hated men in
French politics to-day, and his past is
entirely free from the Intrigues which
hav e discredited so many former premiers.
It is felt that he Is the only statesman
who could have forced the proportional
representation bill through the Chamber
of Deputies In the face of the bitter and
most determined opposition.
That famous publicist. Henri Rochefort.
has said that If he were a betting man he
would put his last button on Polncare's
Another man in tbe running- who has a
clean parliamentary record Is Leo Bour
geois, a brilliant statesman of a philosoph
ical turn cf mind, whose chances were
discussed at the previous election in W06.
He Is credited, however, with a lack of
ambition, and probably feels that his
health, which has been falling for some
time, would not enable him to support
the fatigues of the Presidential offlce.
Moreover. the Radical party, whose pro
tagonist he is. Is a dwindling factor In
French parliamentary life and would
probably be unable to secure his election,
even should he stand.
Paul Deschanel. a gay, witty man of
fashion and popular parliamentarian,
would undoubtedly be a great social suc
cess at the Elysee, but he lacks anything
like a long record of service to political
Antonin Dubost. on the other hand, has
a long and laborious political career be
hind 'him, and. although wanting in the
brilliancy and public prestige which dis
tinguish M. Polncare. he Is regarded as a
safe man by the rank and, file of parlia
mentarians. At the present stare his
chances seem second only to those of the
FYoeo tha'Chicafa Becord-BeraJl.
"Officer," she said, hastening to the
policeman, "that person has been follon
lng me for an hour."
"Do j-ou want me to arrest him?"
ISO. but I wish you would find out
whether he thinks I'm beautiful or Is
Just running; around after me because 1
wear a mnnler skirt and carry a cane.'
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