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428 Niath Street. -
Phone Mln 1858. .
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'"' Phone Columbia 8.
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The List Week
Of Our ':
t On October 15 we move to'
our Eighteenth Street 'store;
The remainder of our stock
at 428 Ninth Street -will be
sold in the next few days re
gardless of cost. THE BEST
GROCERIES AT (GREAT-"
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Wtxln Herald tANI contest rote.
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IHTJUITLT KLIEVEI fcy
McOhesiey & Jtackin,
8th and FILL
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We give Herald tXSJHO coatest votes.
Our Stock of Teas
There Is no one article that you want
with a better flavor, more delicious, or
agreeable than the tea s.ou serve. We
offer jou the best.
Rldgway's 5 o'clock Tea 75c
Capitol Household Tea 60c
WE DELIVER IT.
1M2 14ft SL I.W. Pkeae lerih 113
We arfve Herald SXUWO coatest votes..
STOP THAT ACHE
Headaches Can be Stopped by Using
H E S.
Heat Fatigue is readily overcome
by our Powders. ,
H. E. SPRUCEBANK & GO.
2d St and Pa.-1a.va. 8. E.
Telephone l 81.
We tve Herald 2S,O00 eaBtest tvtes.
526 H Street N. E.
Washington's latest and most up-to-date
Sample Shoe Store has re
cently opened, with the most com
plete stock of sample shoes ever on
the market. 'Twill pay you to calL
We zlve Herald (CS,O0O coatest rates.
All of Our 'Goods Are
Made on the Premises.
229-231 Pa. Ave. S. E.
Window exhibition of Taffy
Pulling by our electric pulling ma
chine every afternoon and evening.
ff Glw VotM in Tie Herald's 5.0 Contest.
f $1.25, $1.50 Md $2.51 lanrs
The razors are of the very finest
grades We are sacrificing them to
make room for new stock.
W. T.& F. B. WEAVER
1211 WwcMwa Ave. I. W.
Phone W. IT.
We give totes In Herald's $3,000
Grier's White Pine
differs from any other offered In
Washington. It Is unquestionably
the most successful treatment for
bronchial colds obtainable. See that
It bears the name of "Grler."
GRIER & GRIER.
NINTH NEW YORK AVE.
We grre Herald TKJtn coatest vwtea.
FIIEML PHFITS KIKEI
Inf. W. DEAL ft CO.
Have Inaugurated asystem
whereby half the usual charges
of funerals are saved to' the peo
ple. Cosaalete Fmaerai, tTSJf.
Nothing cut but the price.
W. W. DAL V CO.,
Wublciton'a Jmling Cnderiakem
TelcrboM Lincoln SML
1 H-etr t NorHtaaat
speciu mxa chciutes,
25c sad 40c per box.
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CLOSES 0W1 XBTABUSHMIIT ,
" at AiiUQTOif jxnrcnoi
Transfer' System It Planned with
' Washington, lines Merger Ji
Practically Assured. "
The Potomac Electric Light and Power
Company to-day Is" supplying; the Washington-Virginia.
Hallway Company' with
all the power 'necessary to operate the
cars of that corporation between wash
lngton, Mount Vernon. Arlington and
It Is also supplying the current for the
Arlington Electric Company.
The electric power plant of the Washington-Virginia
Railway Company has
been greasea ana put under tarpaulin
This means nothing except that the
Washington-Virginia Company 'practlc
ally has been absorbed by the Maryland
Virginia Company, and that the meeting
of-the shareholders October 15 to for
mally ratify the proposition is nothing
but a mere matter of form.
While the entire stock of the Wash
ington-Virginia Railway Company Is not
owned 'by the Maryland-Virginia Com
pany, a large amount of stock has been
transferred Into that corporation in ex
change for the stock of that ..company.
King Headed Syndicate.
Clarence P. King, president of the
Washington Railway and Electric Com
pany, ' headed the syndicate that pur
chased the Washington. Alexandria and
Mount Vernon Railroad Company, and the
Washington, Arlington and Palls Church
Company. He also was the first presl-
CONTEST HELPS TO BUILD
UP TRADE OF THE CAPITAL
Competitors Tell The Advocate of Their Experiences.
Seven Were Introduced to Hot Midday Meals
by Their Desire for Votes.
The Washington Herald s J23.000 con
test has incidentally Introduced seen
contestants to the luxury of hot midday
meals. This announcement was mole
last night by The Advocate, the dapper
little fellow In charge of the matchless
He says that he has been Informed by
seven business men entered In the con
test that they hae contracted, the habit
of eating hot noon meals as a result of
the competition The experience of each
of these contestants was about the same.
To quote one of them will be practically
equivalent to telling tne siones oi aii.
"I have loud praise for your contest."
said one of theseven to The Advocate.
"Prior to the beginning of the competi
tion I had ben in the habit of taking
my lunch to work every day. I soon be
came very tired of the plan. Day after
Aav 1 nnuld ooen the lunch to find ham
and plum preserves. Soon these articles
of food became repulsive, and I would
demand of my wife a change. Then for
about six months I would get cold roast
beef and cheese Naturally I got ery
tired of this fare.
Perased I.nnch Room List.
"But the contest has put an -end to
the trouble. I never thought of an ade
quate solution of the problem until I
began to study the list of retail mer
chants advertising In connection with the
competition. Upon perusing the list, I
came to "lunch rooms." and at once no
ticed that Haven's Lunch Room, at 1206
New York avenue northwest, was only
a block away 'from my place of business.
The question Immediately arose, 'Why
not eat lunch at this establishment' In
addition to getting a good hot lunch,
with a wide range of menu, I would be
getting votes In return. The very next
day I put this happy thought Into ef
fect. I often wonder why it was that 1
never thought before of taking the mid
day meal at one of the many lunch
MOST SICKNESS COMES FROM
WEAK, INACTIVE KIDNEYS
eeat leMrts SImw toninl
mi iM't Kmw It.
There are scores of nervous, tired,
run-down people throughout the city,
suffering with pains in the back and
sides, dizzy spells, weaknesses of the
bladder (frequently causing annoy
ance at night) who fall to realize the
seriousness of their troubles -until
such conditions as chronic rheuma
tism, bladder troubles, dropsy, diabetes
or even Bright's disease result.
AH this Is due to weak, inactive kid
neys. The klndeys are the fllterers
of the blood, and no one can be 'well
and healthy unless the kidneys work
properly. It is -even more important
than that the bowels move reguarly.
If you suffer with such symptoms
don't neglect yourself another day
and run the risk of serious complica
tions. Becure an original package
of the new discovery.
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Arnssrtea: Junction. It , was sea w
fursJah-aowar. fer,th.raad$us jto.Octoeor,
Vtanniiwan uai.K aaa-aeaa c)uu.
' Octabart;it la the -date for .the-meet-
Jacot tha'abarehoUars of ,trJrVasctag-
Mvsrgisia inpany- to voie,on iw
lemaw.BTopQafcUaa with .UA .Maryland-
XsjyUad-Vlrginla, Company, -to awura
tbet.attaaaUv Tot onitha matter.
ThfJreae-termInus-of -the Washing-tos-Vtavtati
.RaUswy 'Company . IT at
TaretfthiaBdJ) Streets Northwes
iTraasferarron-th- road1 to- the lines
of taa'WaafclBCtoa "Railway and, Electric
Company'liave been contemplated In the
proposed' -and' almost certain merger of
the lines., - r
' Thecompany now uses part of the lines
cf the Washington Railway and Electric
Company, 'comuur on this side of the Bu
reau of Engraving and Printing on the Le
Droit Park .line. It Is proposed, after the
merger has been completed to follow the
Le Droit Park line until It connects with
the Ninth or-Eleventh Streets lines, then
make a circuit back over .Eleventh Street
to the Le Droit Park line in E Street
and thus complete s. loop.
This would enable the transfer of
passengers to practically, all of the lines
of the Washington Railway and Electric
Company. . i
Such a transfer, system would be of
great advantage to the patrons. of the
road moving In either direction, as it
would enable a passenger to transfer to
or from any of trie lines of the Washing
ton Railway and Electric Company with
out extra fare.
It Is also a fact that the Potomac
Electrict Light and Power Company is
furnishing all the "juice" used by the
Arlington Electric Light Company, so
that this "merger Is practically assured.
SON ALLEGED SLAYEB.
Ray Pfaaaehmldt Charsed with
Harder of Parents and Slater.
"Quincy. Ill, Oct.. 7. Ray Pfanschmldt
was arrested to-day. charged with the
murder of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles .Pfanschmldt, his sister Blanche,
and Miss' Emma Kaempen. who were
killed ten days ago in the Pfanschmldt
farmhouse near hese.
Clothing said to have been worn by the
lion was found to-day covered with blood.
m a vault "of the outhouse, where he
vsls employed. Young Pfanschmldt de-
Clares he Is innocent.
rooms In the downtown section The ex
pense is not great and the service is
excellent. And. besides, just think about
tnose votes: They amount to a consld
erable number by the end of a month."
Bnlldlac TJp Trade.
The six other contestants told of sim
ilar experiences. The only difference was
that they are employed In different sec
tions of the city, and., consequently, are
compelled to patronise different lunch
rooms. Some lunch at Terry & Stew-
arra, 705 H street northeast; some at
the Rex Oyster House, 2109 I-ourteenth
street northwest, and others dine at
bams lunch room. Thirty-sixth street
and Prospect avenue.
These cases planly show what the con
test Is doing. The aim Is being realized.
The competition Is Introducing reliable
establishments to the purchasing pub
lic, and is, at the 'same time, building
up the trade of the city. Many stories
somewhat similar to these have been
told The Advocate by contestants, and
will te published from time to time.
Some of them are rather humorous, but,
still, they emphasize the point that the
contest is bringing results.
Every reader of The Washington Her
ald residing or working in the District
should enter the competition. It Is the
greatest opportunity ever offered to the
people of Washington. Other contests
have been held in the city, but none ever
equaled this one. Other contests hae
been conducted by The Herald, but none
eer surpassed this one. Other con
tests are at present being conducted In
the National Capital, but the awards are
almost Insignificant in comparison with
those to be given away by The Her
ald. A total of. J2S.000 Is being spent
on the articles.. There will be a total
cf 250 'awards. 'A complete list of the
articles soon will be announced Among
the leading awards will be a 15,000 house
and lot. four $1,250 touring cars, four
$750 Baby Grand pianos, four $S23 player
pianos, and four JWO upright pianos
costs but a trifle, and commence its
use at once. When you have taken
a few doses, you will be surprised how
differently you will feel.
Croxone cures the worst cases of
Kidney, bladder trouble, and rheuma
tism, because It removes the cause.
Pills, tablets and other remedies, mere
ly give temporary reiier at tne best.
Croxone cleans out the kldnevs. and
makes them filter out all the poisonous
waste matter and uric acid, that lodge
In the Joints and muscles, causing rheu-
maiiHm; sooines ana neais me Diaa
der, and quickly effects a permanent,
positive, lasting cure. s
You will find Croxone different from
all other remedies. There Is nothing
else on earth like It. It matters not
how old you are or how long you have
suffered. It Is so prepared that It Is
practically Impossible to take it into
tne Human system witnout results.
You can 'seoure an orle-inal narksre
lof Croxone from any first-class drug
gist, such as O'Donnell's Drug Store.
Ninth and F Streets Northwest, who
will personally return the purchase
price li laiis 10 give ine aesired re
sults the very first time you use It,
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.Albany. Ji T.. , Oct. J Armed with a
satchelful. of scathing speeches attack
ing Gov. Wilson and President Taft. to
be uncorked In his seventeen-day tour
through theMlddIe West,' Col. Roosevelt
is on hisrway to-night to Michigan to
let fly his Initial, onslaught. The colonel
goes ,to , Detroit' to-morrow mornlngi
starting there the fight that, he believes,
will have a potent influence upon the ul
timate result of the campaign. .- '
Roosevelt "gave an indication of, the
kind of campaign he is to wage against
Woodrow Wilson from 'now unlll elec
tion day when he discussed. in an inter
view on" the train the assertion of the
JJemocrauc 'candidate 'In a 'speech at
Pueblo to-day that the Steel Trait l
behind the -corporation regulation theories
expounded In the 'Progressive party's
The colonel read throurh a nnrmmr
dispatch conveying the Governor's accu
sation and observed that he would dis
pose of, Mr. Wilson as the campaign
goes along. ,r
As far as I know the statement has
not the slightest foundation in fact,"
declared the third cartv candidate. "Mr
Wilson has no business to mke such a'
statement unless he has the proof. If
he has any proof I demand that he make
it public Immediately. If not let him re
tract his statement as the onlv manlv
and honorable thing to do.
Prrklas Only Traat Backer.
"So far as I know, .the only big men
connected with the Steel Corporation or
Harvester Trust who Is supporting me Is
Mr. Perkins. As far as I know, all the
others in 'both the Steel Corporation and
Harvester Trust are supporting either
Mr. Taft or Mr. Wilson."
Roosevelt desired It be known that he
had made a. direct challenge to Wilson
to either produce evidence of his charge
or to take It back. Furthermore, he In
dicated that he is to launch a bitter at
tack within the next few days upon
both the Republican and Democratic can
didates for their platform attitudes re
specting the trusts.
The Bull Moose candidate stepped to
the train as It left New York In a new
fall regalia. He forsook the light gray
suit he wore In his recent trip through
the West and South, donning in Its stead
a black cutaway suit with gray-striped
trousers. The battered gray fedora that
he waved at thousands of cheering ad
mirers In the West gave way to a black
hat with spreading brim.
In Fine Fettle.
"Never felt better In my life." chirped
the colonel, as he stopped to shake hands
with a throng at his special car in the
Grand Central depot... "I'm going to
shake 'era up In the West."
Some spoke of the colonel's advent unon
the stand before the Senate committee in
Washington last week. "I think I wound
up that Standard Oil affair." he chuck
led. "They couldn't ask me a question I
wasn t ready to answer. My administra
tion wis clean of Standard OH."
On the trip with Roosevelt are Col
Cecil Lyon. Progresshe man of Texas,
Philip Roosevelt, cousin of the former
President: Dr. Scurry Terrell, of Dallas,
the colonel's private phslc!an. who will
spray his throat eight times or more
day, and a fleet of stenographers
Besides speaking at Detroit, the colonel
stops to-morrow at Flint and Saginaw.
Mich . making a night speech at the lat
ter city. From Saginaw he goes. Wed
nesday, to St Ignace, Mackinaw. Mar
quette, and Houghton. Mich., and after
that campaigns Minnesota, Wisconsin,
and Illinois, eventually winding back to
the East. During the trip Roosevelt will
appear in eighteen States and make fifty
TO GRANT VOTERS
Trunk Lines Advise Democratic
Committee of Cut Sates Cam
paign Funds Four In.
Reports on railroad fares for voters go
ing to their homes to cast ballots on No
vember 5. returns from the canvass for
raising campaign funds, and arlous sug
gestions relative to the local campaign
work occupied the attention of the mem
bers of the Democratic Central Commit
tee at its meeting In Lewis' Hall last
night. J. Fred. Kelley presided and Wil
liam McK. Clayton was secretary. Eight
een of the twenty-two members of the
committee were present, and fifteen mem
bers of the advisory committees.
The report on transportation .was lis
tened to with Interest as setting forth
the decision the railroads had arrived at
concerning the fare to be required of
voters going home to cast their ballots
In general, the fare for a round trip will
be at the rate of one and one-half the
regular fare. Tickets will be sold from
October 3 to November 5 upon Identifica
tion, certificates Issued by the proper au
thority. These tickets can be obtained by
oters and dependent members of their
households. A circular has been Issued
by the railroad trunk lines and can be
obtained by application to the headquar
ters of the several committees. This cir
cular gives the names of the heads of de
partments who must sign the identifica
tion certificates which, presented at the
ticket offices, will enable the purchaser to
obtain the reduced fare.
Reports upon the tl subscriptions for
campaign funds were submitted, show
ing that much progress had been made
in raising money by this means.
Se eral of the twenty-two districts cov
ered by the committee reported that the
advikory committee have been com
pleted. Each member of the committee
has authority to name five members on
these advisory committees, and fifteen of
those already appointed participated in
the discussions. -
Short addresses -were made by Charles
T. Handler, W. Cranch Mclntlre. Frank
S. Paladlnl, and W. McK. Clayton. Mr.
Paladin! told the " committee- that the
Italians of the District with Democratic
principles were enthusiastically in line
for Wilson and Marshall.
Trans Steamer Delays Battleship.
Philadelphia, Oct. T.-Three battleships
under orders to sail this morning to take
part in the Hudson River at. New York
City, were" bottled Op by the Norwegian
tramp freighter UUer, which i anchored la
the back .harbor. . -'cantata of the
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Etfglish;:Sc6tch, German and American
, Becauserof its durability, sanitary qualities, and adaptability, the uses of Eino-
leum have rapidly' increased. .
. - Our displays -of Inlaid, Plain-Color, and Printed Linoleums and Cork: Carpets
afford ,a selection for,, every purpose for which these satisfactory floor coverings
can be used:.
We are showing many Tile, Medallion, Carpeting, Floral, and Hardwood Par
quetry effects, suitable -for Bathrooms, Servants' Rooms, Halls, Kitchens, Pantries,
Our Inlaid Linoleums are made with each color contained in the pattern extend
ing all the way through to the back of the material, assuring the preservation of the
design -as long as the Linoleum remains in use.
Prices Per Square Yard
Inlaid Linoleum .'. $1.10 to $1.75
Plain-Color Linoleum .75 to $1.50
Printed Linoleum : , 55 to .75
Cork Carpets .....$1.15 to $1.35
Our special method of cutting reduces waste to a minimum and effects a con
siderable saving to our customers.
141214 H Street
Broadwar aad lltk SU !few York
Thl fsmmit bntrl hu been renonted. re
decorated, rrfomiahed and many modem. tti
to-dita apprjintmnitj hat been imtalled. and
can be compared fiTpnblx with any la the dty.
The OM.Y Flrat-Claas HOTEL
NEAR ALL STEAMSHIP LINES.
Within eajy acreu cf crrry jWnt of intmct.
Halt block from Wanamaker'a.
Fire minutes' walk cf Shopplnc District.
NOTED FOR: Excellence of cuisine, enra
ortabJe appointment, courteooa arnica tod
THE VERY BEST ACCOMMODA
TIONS IN THE CITY AT
$1.00 PER DAY UP
7 Mlaatea from Crand Central Depot
10 Mlantes to leading stores aad
ST. DENIS HOTEL CO.
Also STtNWIX HAI.L. HOTEL
Albany, N. Y.
UndlTidrd Profits Ota lewau
DrpouU OtCT ... T.BM.WB
Points Firmly in
Your Memory I
That this is the OLDEST and
one of the strongest savings
depositories in the city.
That more than S1.0C0 people
are having us care for their
That we pay the SAME RATE
of Interest on both large and
and Trust Company.
Corner 15th and N. Y. Ave.
A Truss !
After Thirty Tears' Experience I
Have Frodaced an Appliance for
Hen, Women, or Children
that Cores Rupture.
I Sead It Oa Trial.
If you hira tried moat efenrthins aJse. erne to
sue tVhrre other ftil is wbera I hftte tor gmtrst
eoocrss. Send atUched erapon tdmy and I vim
The Above la C. E. Brooks, laveater at
the Appliance, -who eared htauelf,
aad wh has heea eaxtag eth
ers for ever SO years. If rap
tures, write. him to-day.
ml m fret mr illmtnted book on Kortan and
ita cure, shoirioa my Applianoa and shisf rm
pxjrea and aamea of aiapy paopte who have tried St
and wera cmed. It ftta isatant relief when au
others faiL Bemember. I use no salTaa, no Damesa,
I and en trial to prore what !! tram, lot
t tlui iodm and oro hartoff area mr fllaatnted
hook aad read it jou will be aa enthusiastic as mr
hundred of patira whose letter ra can also read,
fcill'ont ft coupon below aud mail today. It Is
well worth your time whether yea try my Appliance.
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A Tan Shoe Stamps the
Wearer a Correct Dresser
It's a season of tans. They're smart,
snappy, durable, and give just the proper
finish to the costume. Any good shoe
store will sell jou a good tan shoe. The
point is that jou can save from $1.00 to
$2.50 here on the handsomest an shoes
produced this season. Why not sae it?
Open Saturday Evenings.
4th Floor, Washington Loan
& Trust Bldg.
We Give Votes in The
Lansburgh Furniture and Carpet Go.
512 Ninth Street N. W.
SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1912
WILTON VELVET RIGS, III TWO IIFFEREHT
SIZES FOR ROOMS-$6.25, $14.15
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charged if jou
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We Give Votes in Herald's $25,000 Contest
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