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Round Steak, lb.,
Sirloin Steak, lb.,
Porterhouse Steak, lb.,
Boston Steak, lb.,
Hamburger Steak, lb.,
Old Dutch Roll,
a boneless pot roast, lb.,
Prime Beef Chuck
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mf Economies Cleanliness M
A. G. MltSES HEADS
BOARD OF TRADE
Elected to Vacancy Caused by
Death ol noaar C.
OTHEK CHANGES KADE
IN LIST OF OFFICERS
New Members Are Admitted and
Work for Fall and Winter
Election of offlcert. admission of twen
ty new member, and a general discus
sion regarding the work ot the fall and
winter, occupied the attention of the di
rectors of the Board of Trade at their
tint fall meeting yeaterday afternoon.
A. C. Most, flrit Ice president, pre
sided, and W. J. Eynon was secretary.
The first business was the acceptance
of the report of the membership com
mittee presented by Its chairman, Chris.
Gockcler. lie reported the names of
twent) applicants and rccptimended
their election. By uhsnlmouT vote Of
the directors they were elected to mem
bership as fellows: Clark C. Griffith.
manager of the aahington baseball
team. George W. Ramsay, P. D. Cone,
Theodore D. Sloat. R. K. Helphenstlne.
B. I Hnckenberger. C. H. Rldenour,
William A. Abbott. Claude E. Miller,
Charles K. Miller. F. Sprlgg Perry, T.
P. Murphj. Alexander J, Schwsrts. Ar
thur J May, O. H. Markwsrd. Be W.
Spllle. Horace G. Mscfarland. John Scriv
ener, William E. Fouler, and William M.
3Io.es Elected President.
Mr Mores announced that the recent
death of Thomas C. No) vs. president of
the board and one of its directors, re
quired the diction of a successor to both
positions On ' motion of William F.
elude, seconded by E II. Droop, Mr.
Mo-cs was elected president for the bal
ance of the term. Mr. Mows thanked
the directors for the honor given him,
and said hu believed that It would be
good policy for the directors to single
out tome lrrportant line of work for the
coming winter, and either bring it to
piss or btart It so well toward comple
tion that his successor In office would
hae no difficult! In finishing It. He
1-eKsc-d to suggest that the project of
uniting Potomac and Hock Creek parks
h .1 suitable roadway and parking of
the alle of Rock Creek furnished such
an object. In this several of the direc
tors c oncurred in short speeches.
E H Droop, for several ears treas
urer of the board, was elected first vice
presidtnt. to till the acaney caused by
the promotion of Mr. Moses. By mo
tion of Lr F C. Gibson. Chris Oockeler
was elected treasurer In place of Mr.
Droop On motion of John Joy Edson,
col George Truesdell was elected di
rector to till the vacincy caused by the
deiith of Mr Noves The term for which
Mr rvnves was elected ends in Novem-
Seek 1. C. T. I. Contention.
The directors oted. at the request of
the local tt. C. T. V . to invite the
national contention of that body to
Washington in 1913. It being understood
that this Invitation places no pecuniary
responslbilltj on the Board of Trade for
the entertainment of the convention
communication from the Spokane
Chamber of Commerce, requesting co
operation in changing the name of the
Panama Cinal to American Canal was
ordered received and tiled, the directors
not being prepared at this time to take
a lion in the matter.
B motion of William II Singleton. JCO
was appropriated from a special fund In
ths hands of the treasurer to pay In
part the expenses of B R. Grabel as
delegate to the convention of Modern
Road Builders which will meet In Cin
cinnati next January
A committee of three was prodded, to
oe appointed by the president of. the
Board, to prepare a suitable memorial of
the life and work of the late Thomas
C Noje. to bc presented to the No
vember meeting of the Board of Trade
lor consideration and action
I'nder the bv-Iaws, which provide that
nominations for the office of director of
the Board shall be filed with the secre
tary and posted in the board rooms
thirtj davs before the annual meeting.
even names have lieen so presented, as
Dr Frank E Gibson, nominated by C.
J oockeler, Theodore W Nojes and
uuen b smith, nominated b W. H.
Singleton: J Harrv Cunningham, nomi
nated bv K R. Brooks: E R Brooks
and Aldls B Brown, nominated by Dr.
Frank E Gibson, and George W. Har
ris nominated bj J. Harrj Cunningham.
The polls will be open for nominations
until a week before the annual meeting.
which is to be held November 11. The
nrst lour nominees are at rreent mem
hers of the board, but their terms ex
pire next month
Itrick J B(1 Ullin C. Uilslie. idrl
ItobTt . end Muletts Uonlard. bo.
Join E. .Dd IIIU V Ttluvulle. h.y
OteUnd and t lola V. Skinlter. Uo
Mlrplm E and Coril t Hideout. Jr. prL
Vuti-t and "nidrey tlrsrr, tor.
Mx and iarah Nodt-I. bor
Ourln and 1 . Morrhesa tnrL
Thffmta and lannte Murtaneh. bo,
James A and Mary T. Mancan, girt.
Jchn V and Catherine McMorrotr. bor.
William J. and Mart-arrt 11 Ixnijtirer. bty.
ItarmoDd A and Helen F. Klork. bnr.
Ullliam t and Marie J Jenkins. slrL
rharles N. and iIaoel tlregoiT. biiy.
Itichard C and Minnie M. tilasaeock. ffirL
liatln E. and FIcremT, u trltts, lrL
Walter 4. and SallM M Peiter. bor.
vdoliliua and "lirtarr Kckloff. bor.
Octree J and Tiarl i. Milt. bor.
Minor and lVra liaiis. girL
Ilimard and lrr H Ilunninctnci, girL
John S. and M. E. ltarmuchs. bor.
Itoetvr U and Lucy M. Brooka. boy.
Jn F and Heater M Mall. bor.
Kdirard ft. and Winifred Hurn. bor.
Tlmnaa C and Loium Allen, jitL
t!mvpi anjl Boaa Arrhlno. bor.
William and Era Williams, bo.
Joseph. E and Addi. P. 8teart. bor.
Jamn It. and Anitr Hideout, tlrl.
FlHi B and Amandi V. Jlnrrar, nrL
William and Rebecca Maenider, girt.
Oenrne and Lena Jack-on. bor.
Frank and Motlia Jaduon. r'rl.
Walter F. and Ida B. Honratr, boj.
John T. and Clara C Dickson, bor.
William and Id. Brown, bor.
Uaard E. and Mary J. Bentley. hoj-.
Kcbert B and Ueorgia A. Alatoo. girt.
William H Bockman. CO v-ean, fOS I St. nw
Robert n Boucher. 53. tiaricld Hoiuital.
Annie Koi. I. 3X1 M St- nw.
William McClellas, 79. Gott. Hoap. rciaue
Henry Caaer. . Ull (th RL nw.
John I Cumberland, a. 238 Llmrorth PL, a
Mary E. (irar, St, SX M 8t ne.
Oalrta rroucb. t 3H Morton St. ne.
Bertha I Daria, J montna, Uot Kramer PL
Donald Can. H months. M B 8L n.
corga Crtiffhtos. SO rears. 1011 I fit. nc.
(itorro H. sterna. S, Waah. Aajlmn Ucsn.
Ida Hall. S. WIS lath St. nw.
Alphonm Hebrons. 16, 123114 tCth St. aw.
Irene Smith. J5. Tnbercmlosis Hoap.
Mola Middleton. ZL Waah. Atrium Hrp.
James Wilson. G; ISO Carey's Court sv.
Grace E. Green.-1, Mldlta
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ELECTED HEAD OF
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ARTHUB C. MOSES,
Who Tins e.terdnr chosen president of Incnl or-ranlsatlon. .oecee.l
luat the late Thomas C. Xorei. "
Rev. George T. Webb Addresses
Teachers Declares Some Classes
Exert Bad Moral Atmosphere.
Bad moral influences of some Baptist
Sunday schools and the Inability of the
av erase parents to bring up their clill
dren properly were subjects of a lecture
last night by Rev. George T. Webb, of
Philadelphia, before the Baptist Training
School for Sunday school teachers at
Fifth Baptist Church Mr. Webb de
clared that there were some Baptist Sun
day schools which he would not allow
his child to attend.
"It is Indeed a hard task for a Baptist
minister to stand on this platform and
declare that there are some Sundai
schools of his church not fit for a clean
mlndcd child." declared Dr. Webb. "At
this moment I know cf some Baptist
Sunday schools which are doing abso
lutely no good, and would serve the
church better if the were not In exist
ence. "I sincerely believe they are a blot on
the escutcheon of the organization. We
should all unite In an effort to purge our
church of such schools.
"In addition to this there are man
parents among us who don't know how
to care for their children This, com
bined with the inefficiency of some
schools, makes the future for our little
ones somewhat black."
Hcv. W. E Chalmers, of Philadelphia,
followed with h strong protest against
allowing Catholic monks and nuns to
wear religious garb in government In
cian schools. Ke said that Catholic
priests used every influence to Impress
the Indian that the Catholic Church was
a state church
This morning's session will open at 'J
o'clock with half an hour's devotional
exercises This will be followed by an
address from Rev. A. B. Wither-, of
Bridgeport, W. Va . on primary Sundav
V S. Dcpt. cf Atriculture. Weather Boreaa.
W arfiinrtoo. D C . October T. 1J12. 8 P M
l.enfrallr fair leather i indicated oxer all dia
tricts during Tue-Iay and Wednesday, eicept in
the orthelt. where It will become uneettkd.
with lva! rain Tuevlar night or Wcdceadar
It will be crolrr Tueaaay in the Atlantic and
Gulf Mattt and warmefjin the Uprer Mississippi
ard Misapuri Valleya aSS the West It will be
wanner Wedne-elay in the Ohio aller and the
Lake region and cooler in the Northwest
The winds along the New England Coast will
t moderatu we-t and northwest, icobanly In
creaaing Wednesday oter southern portion ; on the
Middle Atlantic lYast moderate northwest, probably
inrreasing Tpcsdar night: in tlie South Atlantic
Coaat moderate northerly. excrK brUk on the
North Carolina Coaat: on the Eaat Gulf Coaat
light north and northeast, oo tha Heat Gull
Coat light variable; en the Lower Lekee moderate
northwet and north, becoming variable Wednesday
on western Trie, on the Virer Lakes xnoderat south
west and south
Midnight. M. ! a. ra . S3. I a m.. 51: 6 a m . 50.
8 a. m . 57; 10 a in.. C; 12 noon. T8: 2 p. m . W,
I p. m , 83. G p. m.. 76; 8 n m , TJ; 10 p. ra , S
lllghert. 83: lowew. 50.
Rclatire humidlty-8 a. m.. M; I p. m.. 47;
8 p. m . . Rainfall (9 n. m. to 8 p. m.). 0.
Hours of auuhinc. 0 0 Per cent, of inatible
Temiarature aajse date laat rear Hiehest. 67.
Temperatures In Other Cities.
Temperatures In other chief, trctther with the
amount of rainfall for the twenty font hours ended
illun, jrttcrdar. are as follows:
Max. Mm 8 cm. fall.
Asnenue, : v: ts s cs
Atlanta. Ga C
Atlantic Citr. N. f 81
Blemarck. N. Dak f2
Beaton. MaM S3
Buffalo. N. Y 68
Chicago, 111 i.. 58
Cincinnati. Ohio 68
Cheyenne. Wyo X
Des Molnea. Iowa .....
Indianapolis. Ind ......
Kansaa Citr. Mo
Uttle Rock. Ark
Los Angeles. Cal
Marquette. Mich .......
New Orleane. La.
New Ycrt. X. T......
North risttr. Nenr....
Salt Lake Citr, Utah...
6t- Laos. Mo
St. Paul. Mian
San FViBciseo.' Cal
To-dai-Hla tide. t L sa. and 8J4 n. m.
Low tide, 12S a. m.
Tonorrow-BIah tide. (45 a. m. sad t p. ra.
Low tHe. 1231 a. m. aad.lJJ p. m.
CntlJtloa of the RIrers.i
.Sarpaaw Rrry, -W. Vs.. Oct. T.-Pmien ejast
slimtb- clcaJil ttda
Collnned front Pace One.
aggregated only SX.6oi.44, while his con
tributions to the Wilson fund amounted
to tlO.ctK) In all Mr. Itannan, who gave
a list of receipts and expenditures for
the I.o Follrtte fund, substantiated!
Crane's story ns to the amount given by
the litter to the Wisconsin progressive.
Conditions In ew York.
Ogden la. JII1I. whose testimony con
sumed about an hour In the afternoon,
told of primary conditions In New York
City last spring, detailing a state of
affairs which caused Senator Pomerene
to ask why the situation had not been
laid before the District Attorney.
"I believe the report has 'been made,
but election crimes are prosecuted laxily
in New York Clt." replied Mr. Mlll.
Chairman Clapp asked Mr. Mills about
the Taft preconventlon campaign In New
York lat spring.
"In the spring of this year," Mr. Mills
replied. "I was trrasurer of the Repub
lican Countv Committee of the County
of New York. As soon as It became ap
parent that there was to be a primary
right. I took the position that tlie party
funds In my possession belonged to all
Republicans In the county, and could not
therefore be used In the furtherance of
any one faction, and they were not so
used in the piimarv tight of March 'Jo.
with one exception, which included the
expenditure of funds for an Increase of
office force, necessitated by tlie primary
fight. All the money expended b me
for the Increase of the office force was
received by the Eistern branch of tlie
National Taft Bureau "
Mr. Mills then took up the charge
made by Eleon Hooker, treasurer of the
National Progressive campaign fund,
that Jn.oM votes were cast for Roosevelt
in the primaries, but that only 16.rno
were recorded. He reviewed the condi
tions existing prior to the election, and
added that reports had been made that
210i had been offered to a district cap
tain secretly to work for Roosevelt, and
that (ISO additional was promised If the
district went for the Bull Moose candi
date. He charged that Louis Friedel.
leader of the Third Election District in
New York County, had sold out to the
Roosevelt men. and that he had "deliv
ered the goods," this being one of the
few that went for the Bull Moose can
didate. Voted "Dead fines."
Mills then took up. d'strlct by district.
In New York City, charging that In each
the Roosevelt leaders had perpetrated
fraud, voting names of men who had
moved or died. Including one man. ac
cording to Mills, who was having his leg
amputated In the hospital while his name
was being voted. In the Eighth Dlstfct.
according to Mills. 106 names were voted
In the exrfct alphabetical order the A's
voting ballots one to fifty, the B's fol
lowing, and the 106th vote being cast by
a man named Zucher.
"The Roosevelt men, I cannot say, were
responsible for this, except that they put
the primary fight In the hands of men
who knew but one kind ef politics," Mills
slid. "It was commonly reported to me,
prior to the primaries, that one Repub
lican leader had gone over to the Roose
velt camp and was handling a large fund.
His name Is William Helpln. of the Sev
enth Assembly District of New York."
Former Senator Chauncey M. Depew, of
New York: Representative W-llllam B
McKlnley of Illinois; Ormsby McHarg, of
New York: former Senator Nathan B.
Scott, of West Virginia, and Matthew
Hale, of Boston, are the witnesses sched
uled for to-day.
MEETS IN NEW QUARTERS.
Waahlnfrtoa Ad Clan Makes Prep
aration for Annual Hanqnet
At Its first meeting last night In Its
new quarters In the Southern Building,
the Washington Ad .Club discussed at
some length the question whether small
copy In many mediums Is better than
large copy In few mediums for the mail
order business. Walter McDonald pre
sided and Francis J. Kaus was secre
tary. The meeting was announced as a smok
er, and after the dircusslon a social
hour was enjoyed by the members.
New members of the club were elected
as follows:' G. Grosvenor Dawe, Will
iam M. Forrest, D. A. Edwards, F. B.
Ketchum, J. M. Clferry, M. Elliott, A. B.
Keefer. and W. 8 Jenkins. Mr. Dawe
addressed the club briefly, making refer
ence to the meeting ot the National As
sociation of Ad Clubs, to be held in
Baltimore In 1912.
A special committee appointed to make
preliminary arrangements for a banquet
reported that the dinner would take
place at the New Sbbttt October 3.
Lewis N. Wiley, advertising manager of
the New York Times, and a. B. Perkins.
manager ot the Rtglnol chemical Com
pany, 'of Bsltrmofe, win address the club
on tnat occatet
ALCOHOL 3 MR OEHf
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Apcriect Remedy' rorCtaliH
non sour smnxiijiiiawiuKe
ness and LOSS OF 51HR
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
I ANOTHER WONDERFUL SHOW.
Dally Mats., All S.ata, 10c. Evanlnga antJSundays, 10e and 20e
The Honr of Quality Shows
ALL THIS WEEK
SNOW NEVEN STOPS CORTIRIOIS, 1 TO 11 P. M.
ai-iEtr pia.no used exclVsivki.t.
R Y C I N
Regular Price aa.
Oar Prici Per Bottle
909 Seventh Street J
BEE HIVE MARKET
X. Rosenblatt, Prop.
Groceries, Meats. Provisions,
Home Dressed Poultry.
Orders sent for and delivered.
Phone X. 2XM
We ah Tote, in Tb Bmld'. 82S.HS Cunt.
It Makes No Difference
Whether you own a 11.00 Brownie or a
tiro Kodak, you will learn How to Make
Good Pictures from the handy. Instruc
tive little book for the amateur photog
W. J. KROISE, HI 6 St. N. W.
We arlre Herald U&0M contest rotaa..
Largest stock ever carried. Also Laces.
Dry Goods. Hosiery and
RS. J. A. MOUDY.
143 C Georgia Ave. N. W.
We 8tlv Herald M3SMIO ceatest Tatee.
Fabian 8. ArnuXrad. S. and Annie A. Akrrs. a.
bcth of niaefleld. W. Va. Iter. J. Hennim: Nelms.
George -'. Miwsa, 3. am' Iluril G. Mum J.
lie.'. Jamei 8 Jlcntgutnrt;.
Jchn T. 8cudcr. Zi, and Charlitte Baufleld. V
Re.. A. Scarordrr.
Lead Gelatti. M. and Anslt Wlstr. 3. Ret
Jamil S, jIontgctnetT
hamud E. Corbin, 7, and Bertha U. TanaeaA
Bef. Edward M. Mott.
WlUam Hall. 3S. of Indian .Head., Mi. and
Lcnlao ncrdou. K. of BaHimcre. Iter. Itaac Wright.
Richard 8. Hall. a, and 8trlla K. Edwardc 3.
both of Seating arete, Va. Iter. Edward C. Gal
bher. I'latt U. Bitch. It. and Mabel V. Daridacn, 3.
Ret. Edwatd 11. Mott.
Gar L. Rlrpil, V. and Marion E. Haaa. , both
of BnattnT, l"a. Rcr. Wallaca RadcIlSe.
James Rasurr. 27, and Acnes Scott, S. Rer.
Donald C. MacLeod.
TO CVsub a cnt.n it nwse nir
Tass LAXATIVE BBOMU Quinine Tabita. Umf
svu .scTtanr acner n a raua tu enre. e.
aaSV'ao aianattB. vs oo each box. aa
ttt JaaAaXfa. Mid CMMtette'
IThe Kmd Yon Him
war. new rem cm.
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Bring back replies, because each
order receives the same personal
attention, irrespective ot site.
Ton will find our letters free
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical errors. Ac
Tou can safely Intrust Impor
tant form letters to us, being as
sured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2.000 LETTERS, S4.03
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
District National Bank Balldlaa,
1406 G Street
Pkeae Mala T308H
Call up Main 1419 for AH Kinds
of Printing Supplies.
J. W. JORDAN
623 D StrtMt N. W.
We Git Votes In The Heralds COM easiest.
IIm KUom Cream Metil Pelith
The thick Oil Crram Polish that does not
settle nor leave powder or sediment.
The Polish that makes any car look
We atlTe Herald HaO0O eeateet TSrtea.
Will buy you the best made Three
piece Suit of Clothes. 2-button. single-breasted
coat with high cut
vest and medium peg panti. Tour
choice of all-wool goods.
437 Sny)lith St. S. W.
We a-lve Herald IBSOO eeateet Tatea.
PHONE MAIN 6463
Rifk-tnM IrKtrita, Mutt, hsviileM
Cenneetleut, Market- -
WAHl. CO. SM lttB" ST. IT. W.
,T. .me Heraad m,lll eeatcat Tatea.
421 tt 421 7 St
417 tt 42S tt. SL
The Wonderful Stlt of
Fine Imported Chiffon
Broadcloth, 50 to 56 inches
wide, and worth $1.75, $2.00,
$2.25, and $2.50 yard, to sell
Black and all the new and
wanted colors for fall and
litt Electric, &c.
BIG STOCK IEST
We arlre Herald
It(lAlU !' Ult.ATIU OF THE DlT1lICt
of C4uniWa. October 7. WIX Bpactal eiaminaaon.
a. m . THCRSOAT. OCTOBSK IS 2. t- I
hnmediatrly rcwitien r4 white teacher of manual
training in tne gradV. Initial ralarr S Fer
fill ranlculari arrtr at tne caTxe of tlat Board ef
Eiamlnrrt FraskUc Viott Bailding. HRRV O.
LEO DAVIS, lalHTaaf TliltT
BUSINI35S SUITS AXD OVKRCOATf.
Made on the most approved II. .. of the
finest fabrics at prices that appeal to
the discriminating as Weil as frugal
business man I make a specialty of
satlsfjing the most particular cus
tomers 730 13th Street NorthwMt
Phone Main 23.
YOU'LL GET THE BEST
that mn-ier can Ncr if you lnaia rm harlna
MILLERS ELPR USING BUCKWHEAT.
Guaranteed absolutely Funv-Iearrned "JUST
esjrAt ronr rrperr a. o eotatssera turptlrd.
B B. EARNSHAW O BRO..
Waolrsalera, llta aad M Ita. ft. at.
How's Your Home Heated?
Steam or Hot Water System.
BlfiSS HEATH. CO., 9171. St. R. W.
Phone Mala 46M.
MAM SCIE.VCE OF HEALTH. NATCRAU
Bocsorpcal; aaVpaaj. book law. Apply by mai 818
Coloralo Bins. 're lectnn for voavea Wedaeadays
at IJO p. at; gaVU
CASET On Saturday. October S. Wli. at
10 15 p. m . HENRT CASET. beloved
husband of Hannah M. Ca.ey.
TuneraJ from his late residence, 1211
Sixth Street Northwest. Tuesday,
October S. at 3 p. m. Relatives and
friends are invited.
DEMENT Suddenly, on
ber . 1M at 11 D. m . ELIZABETH
DEMENT, daughter or the late John
E. and Rebecca Dent Dement.
Funeral from her late residence, 12
Upshur St. nw., Wednesday. October
9, at 2 p m.
WALTER On Saturday. October 5. 1J12.
at 4.10 a. m.. after a long illness,
which he bore with Christian forti
tude. HENRT HUNTER WALTER,
beloved sen of Henry S. and Virginia
C. Walter. In his twenty-second ear.
Funeral from residence of his parents.
1S3 B 8L M. Wednesday October 9.
at 3 p. m. Relatives and friend in
vited. FTTSEKAL DIEECT0B&.
GEORGE P. ZDEH0BST,
a EAST CAFITOL ST.
rstihllthen IK. CHAaV. a. EUatBOXST.
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