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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. 'BStoAQpTOBEB 1 1M2.,
Official Weather Report Fair.
There's Only One
D, J. KAUTMAN-S.
Where Yod Get 1
s With dfrMBMyfcek.
We're all in the same boat we
want the most we can get for our
money and the most you can. get
for your clothing money are these
-120 Suits and Overcoats,
Everybody Says So!
D. J. KAUFMAN.
1005-1007 Penna. Ave.
ARE THE CHOICE
OF ALL WASHINGTON
THEY LOOK BETTER. Beauty
of designs and finish are appreciat
ed at a glance.
THEY WEIR BETTER. We build
our beds of finest materials, and In
sure the most substantial workman
ship. Every bed Is guaranteed.
THEY COST LESS. "Being manu
facturers, you have only one profit
to pay, and that a. very small one.
This handsome bed only
H. A. LINGER, JR.
933 6 St. N. W. 811 7th St. N. W.
We Giro Vote. In The Herald's fSXB Contest.
322 PeHRsyhrama Ave. S. E.
. 4 REELS
OF HIGH-CLASS PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P. M.
5c AMISSION -5c
W. Ht VpU. in Tfa. Herald'e fS.0U Contest.
715 8th St. S.E.
Where comfort and content
ment reign supreme.
4 New Icels Each lay
We rive Herald SXSOO
CA ALHAMBRA CA
96 THEATER 36
519 Sevcith Street N.rthwtst
WM. AIREY. Manager.
Fresh Films Every Day
We rfveHeraldtatUMO contest votes.
Cettttt Theater ia Tern.
lew Featare Fita.
Ws Clw Total to To Herald's WM Contest
BfBHH sup eeiEit.
I' 11 Ml Estimates Given,
WTML HWUTEIrll CIL
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We Otio Votes ta Th Hsrald'a mjm
OoldamttVs Cold. Grippe, and Malaria da
sola wal help yoa when all sthea ttSL Omu-
m and M Sts. H. W. Phase H. IK
W Ob Vstai ta The Bartal-s M Cam.
M At the Garden
I "Sweet Innisfallen"
H SENSATIONAL, HIT. H
ALL, THIS WEEK.
H With 6 New Acta.
till P.M. WwM'sSflrm
Imn at 2 P. M.
M 10c and 20c m
GRAND JDRI REPORT
ON GRAFT IS READY
Seaaatioa Expected is Print
George Courty Will Be ferug
lext Tmeiday. ?
One of tlie bluest sensations In the
history of Prince George County to ex-
toected to be sprung next Tuesday when
the grand Jury at Upper Marlboro re
turns lt report of the' probe ltjraa been
making of the allegations of graft, collu
sion, extortion, malfeasance of office, and
other serious charges against Justices of
the peace, constables, and other offi
cials. It is not unlikely that a report will be
made late this afternoon, when the grand
Jury will adjourn until Monday. Attor
ney Charles B. Calvert, who Is cleaning
up the county with the consent of State's
Attorney Clarence M. Roberts, said last
"The citizens of Prince George hare
awakened to the enormity of the crimes
which hare been prevalent throughout
the county, and are determined that the
wrongdoing shall be terminated and the
The cases In which Indictments are re
turned as a result of Attorney Calvert's
probe will be tried by Judges Fillmore
Beall and B. Harris Camaller, of the
Special attention is being given by the
grand Jury to charges that sixteen and
seventeen-year-old girls have been served
with Intoxicants In roadhouses on cer
tain prominent thoroughfares In the
ANNUAL DRILL NEXT TUESDAY.
Banners Will Be Awarded at JTa
tltinal Training School.
The annual competitive drill among the
military companies at the National
Training School for Boys will be held on
the drill ground next Tuesday afternoon.
The bands at the school will furnish
music under the direction of I Eugene
WUles and the military drill will be In
charge of CoL Burton R. Ross. First,
second, .and third prize banners will be
given to the companies finishing In that
SLAUGHTER OF THE "ME-OWS."
More Than 2,TOO Cats Pnt to Death
Since Jnly 1.
The poundmaster killed 2.7S7 "cats be
tween July 1 and October 5, as a result
of the cat exterminating order of the
Commissioners. During; the same period
1 080 dogs were Impounded, but many of
these were released on payment of the K
redemption fee. AH cats collected were
The number of calls for animals made
by the poundmaster was 1,743 during- that
period. Poundmaster Emll Kuhn says he
Is going after the District s back alley
serenadcrs and hopes to have them so
scarce that no one will be bothered with
JUDSON GOES TO PKTSBUEG.
Engineer Commissioner to Inspect
Municipal Asphalt Plant There.
Engineer Commissioner Judson has
gone to Pittsburg to inspect the mu
nicipal asphalt plant and gather informa
tion relative to the cost and durability
of such plants. The Commissioners will
include In their next budget recommen
dations for such a plant for the District.
One was asked for last year, but Con
gress would not grant It. Five thousand
dollars were allowed, however, to Inves
tigate the cost of asphalt plants. D. E.
McComb Is employed by the District to
advise in the selection of a suitable
WELLS HELD FOR COURT.
Police Conrt Passes His Case Up to
the Grand Jnrr.
Homer Wells, accused of conducting
policy game In his houseboat on the Po
tomac River, Just above Rosljn. had
preliminary hearing' in the United States
branch of the Police Court yesterday.
He pleaded not guilty and denied the
charge of gambling brought against him.
He was held for the action of the grand
jury and placed under bond to appear
In the sum of Sow.
Wells was arrested last Sunday by the
deputy sheriff of Alexandria County, and
had a hearing before Judge Finney at
Alexandria Court House. There he
pleaded lack of Jurisdiction of the court
and requested that he be tried in the
courts of the District of Columbia. He
was accordingly placed under arrest by
the District ponce.
List of Most
Taught In Schools.
A. T. Stuart, director of intermediate
studies In the District schools, yesterday
mailed out a list of commonly misspelled
words to pupils of the Intermediate
grades. Mr. Stuart says children of this
generation spell better than those of fifty
years ago despite the many more diffi
cult words tney nave to confront.
I have ordered all teachers under me.'
said Mr. Stuart, "to drill this list of
words Into their pupils every day. If
they do not learn how to spell them now
they will be worried with them for the
rest of their lives."
COUNCILMAN OH STAND.
Alexandria Cltr Father Does Ifot
Favor Any Annexation.
The hearing before Judge Gordon at
Alexandria on the proposal to annex
territory of that county and of Fairfax
County to the city of Alexandria was
continued yesterday. The principal wit
ness yesterday was J. T. Williams, a
member of the Common Council of Alex
andria. Mr. Williams said that the an
nexation of the territory as proposed
wouia mate tne city oi Alexandria about
three times Its present size. It would
extend the expenses of the city In the
way of the improvement of streets, the
induction of sewerage, and water mains
Immensely, out of all proportion, he
thought, to the advantages of larger
Mr. Williams voiced the opposition of
himself and many people in Alexandria
to the proposition.
Several other witnesses were on the
stand, testifying to the good character
of the schools and general government
of the counties, and to the almost uni
versal opposition to the -plan outside of
The hearing: will be continued to-day.
Consult Shaffer. 14th A I. kn flao.r.
are required for weddings. Finest effects.
Sbsaer Chutes Mtileiter tor Xocmt in.
km Smnth Stmt Wharf at M a. n. sad XSt
p. aw dauy. except Ssaoiy.
Itenetx ana wandnstao Bteuunat Oasnaayi
elisHii tea foot at Seieath Stmt for OM Fstss
Comfort sad XcrMk chfly at la p. sa,
Cats tnm vttnntk Btnst sat Mew Xork Amu
TO qssrisf hear for saaiasntraooa Sod rack sad
To Gnat Fana-WstUBStaa and Old tw i..i
Railroad ens mrr fasr auastaa frost Tastr-elxth
To ItosBt TtBco-Whtorton-TlriioJa aaflwar
mnrmasi. at, tain. as,
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5sM sF TisBkwWaB,
Nob'u'ddy loves a fat man, but
it don't seem to worry him.
Lafe Bud says he wishes some
buddy would invent a pair o' shoes
that wouldn't hurt fair week.
FOR P. T. HORAN
Hiberniani to Honor National Di
rector Who Was Elected to
A Joint reception of the 2.000 members
of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and
the Ladles' Auxiliary of Washington will
take place next Sunday afternoon at 4
o'clock In the large hall of the Eagles'
Building. Sixth and E StreeU Northwest,
as a special tribute of respect to National
Director P. T. Moran, who was recently
triumphantly elected as a national offi
cer at the great national convention of
the order held In Chicago.
Among the speakers expected at Sun
day's meeting are Commissioner Ru
dolph, Right Rev. Mgr. Thomas J. Sha
han.' Right Rev. William T. Russell.
Judge William H. De Lacy, Lawrence O.
Murray. Comptroller of the Currency;
Joseph E. Ralph. Director of the Bureau
of Engraving and Printing: Rev. Igna
tlus Fealy, State chaplain of the Hiber
nian organization: Rev. George A. Dough
erty. D. D.. past State chaplain: Rev.
Father Connolly, of the Immaculate
Conception parish; Commissioner of La
bor Charles P. NelU, Prof. Joseph Dunn.
of the Catholic University, and others.
The committee on arrangements con
sists of P. F. Carr. chairman: Joseph D.
Sullivan, District president; Jamea Rich
ardson. C J. Columbus. Dr. Charles P.
Grifflth. Capt E. J. Cogan. Frank J.
Rafterry. Francis P. Sheeny, and Pat-
lick J. Haltlgan.
HEALTH 0FEICER TO SPEAK.
Cleveland Park Parents To-night.
Dr. W. C. Woodward. District Health
Officer, will speak at a meeting of the
Cleveland Park School and Community
Association to-night. His subject will be
The Home in Relation to the Physical
Efficiency of the School Child."
The recent sessions of the Hygiene
Congress have brought this subject
prominently before wasnlngtonlans, and
Dr. Woodward's address Is expected to
supplement the good work already start
ed by many practical suggestions.
The meeting, which Is the first of the
present school year, will be held In the
John Eaton School. Thirty-fourth and
Lowell Streets. The annual election of
officers will be held. Successors to F. A.
Fennlng, president: W. L. Peet. treas
urer: G. H. Powell, secretary, and other
officers are to be elected.
FAIR EXPERTS WANTED.
Porto Rico to Have Little
tlon of Its Own.
American experts are sought by John
L. Gay, general manager of the third
Insular fair, to be held at San Juan.
Porto Rico, February 12 to March 2, 1913,
to assist In laying out the grounds and
construct the race tracks, baseball fields,
and other amusement features that are
planned for trie fair.
Mr. Gay is in this city, and is enthu
siastic over the prospects for the fair,
which promises to be the most successful
one held. The United States goernment
recently transferred to the government
of Porto Rico a large tract of land, on
which It is planned to erect the fair
buildings and amusement places.
CERTIFIES TO EXCEPTIONS.
jnstlce Wright Signs Name to Docu
ment In Celebrated Labor Salts.
Justice Wright has attached his signa
ture to a document of more than 600
pages of typewriting. In which he certi
fies to the District Court of Appeals the
exceptions taken by counsel during the
hearing of the contempt proceedings
against Samuel Gompers. John Mitchell,
and Frank Morrisonlabor leaders. The
entire record, on appeal of which the bill
of exceptions Is a part. Is now being
prepared by the clerk of the court for
transmission to the appellate tribunal.
The hearing of the appeal by which Mr.
Gompers and his associates hope to have
set aside the Jail sentences Imposed on
them by Justice Wright is not likely to
be held until the January term.
COL. GOETHALS MAKES REPORT.
Total Excavation on Canal Was
2,124,4110 Cnblc Yards. '
Col. Goethals. chief engineer of the
Panama Canal, in a special cable to the
Isthmian Canal Commission yesterday
reports the amount of excavation and
concrete laid In the .canal for the month
The report states that the total exca
vatlon for September was 2,124.440 cubic
yards, against 2,443a2 cubic yards in Au
gust The average dally output In Sep
tember was 88.518 cubic yards, against
90,05 cubic yards in August.
The amount of concrete laid In Sep
tember was 53.4U cubic yards, against
S3.S79 cubic yards In the previous month.
Two hundred and seventy-eight thousand
five hundred and fifty-one yards of fill
were placed in the dams In September,
against 302,233 cubic yards In August.
The Brightwood Railway Company yes
terday waa named defendant In a suit
'filed by Benjamin W. Weaver for S5.00o1
damages. Fiainun! alleges that February
20. last, when driving across the tracks
of the company at Brightwood Avenue
and Jefferson 'Street, his wagon collided
with a car of the defendant, throwing
him to the ground and injuring him se
riously. Sara Hmshand Waa Crnel.
In answering the charges of miscon
duct preferred against her by her hus
band, George C. Schmidt, in a suit for
absolute divorce, Mrs. Carrie G. Schmidt
yesterday denied the allegation, but ad
mits she baa frequently Jived apart from
her husband, on the ground of cruel
treatment; She avsrs he drove her from
The publicity given a letter written by Rev. Ignatius
Fealy, of St Joseph's Church, and published' in the, col
umns of, The Washington Herald, Washington Post, and
Washington Times, on Sunday, October 6th, 1912, and
otherwisewidely distributed, was obviously of such a char
acter as to create an erroneous impression.
Mr. O'Hearn, whose name was mentioned in the
lettcr,'has the personal assurance of Father Fealy that the
letter was not .
As the advertisements in which the letter is featured, state,,
but was given "at the request" of the recipient, as con
firmed by the following statement:
St. Joseph's Rectory,
313 Second Street Northeast,
.Washington, D. C.
"At the request of Mr. Brylawski, I made a statement
recently in reference to 'Sweet Innisfallen,' now at the
"What I did say has been excessively amplified.
"I made no comment whatever upon the artistic or
moral value of the act.
(Signed) "IGNATIUS FEALY."
October 10th, 1912.
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just "run down." They invariably recommend
because of its known value as a builder of brain and
Order a case to-day.
. 24 BOTTLES, $1.50
An additional charge of SOc Is made, which will be refunded
on return of bottles.
At your dealer's or
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p. ta. (hllj except Bandar. Cats rtaarnw. A
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twill h? acooonnodatlans for Ihnlttd number at
ptiaenien ts lUDntU. GIBBALXAB. and
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BAMBTJBO-AMKUCAN LIKE, , Broadway.
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BEST SERVICE TO
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VIA WASHTJfGTOir.SmVSET ROCTB.
Prrsoaally Conducted Tourist Sleesls Cars
vVttheut Chance, Five Tlsaaa Weekly, ta Loa la.
gclea uad San Fraadsea.
LOWER BERTH, S9. UPPER BERTH, S7.20
Sleeala Can. Clan and Uaran
Jaaaa, China, Pklllpnlaea, Areud the
36th and.M Sts. N. W.
OLD POINT COMFORT
"THE SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE"
ROUND $3.50 TR,P
FRHJaYS AND SATURDAYS.
NORFOLK? AND WASHINGTON
City Ticket Osace, Woodward Bids;.
615 Pen n. Ave. N. W.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL BLDO.
Ws Ghe Votes ta The Hrrald's HOT Contest
1111 cys BE.
Look in any store you please f6r just
such a watch as we describe below and you
will find the price at least $30 some will
Even at this price, we are willing to let
you have it charged, and will only ask you
to pay us
50c each week .
We want you to come in and look" at
this watch, and at others. We have good
gold watches as low as $10. There are
models for men at equally low prices.
Buy anything you want and have it
We atve Herald ObVOM contest votes.
To-day's Great Leader !
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Notice to Herald contestants $150 3-piece Parlor Suite
Free to the winner of the $5,000 house and lot Come in and leave
your name with us. That's the only condition.
Lansbnrgh Furniture and Carpet Co.
512 Ninth Street N. W.
We Give Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest.
Is made of lean, tender pieces
of pork mildly cured, stuffed
in linen containers, and boiled.
Far superior and more deli
cious than boneless ham, be
ing JUICY, MILD, and
Less Expemhre Wo Waste
Is fine minced pork well
seasoned, and baked in an
oven, the most appetizing dish
for these hot summer days.
No more standing over a hot
stove to prepare your meals.
(23 B Stmt S. W.
STARK IR ALL MARKETS
W CIts Votes In The Herald's tSjm OaBtast.
In Good Taste and Appropriate
la the ctrlnfot artidea of Jewelrr. Gold. SBrer ana
Plated Ware. Cboice Cut Glass pwoea. At. for ..d-
dine or bbthdaj traeota. From our lane and select
anar of artlatla ana jreiuu oessscu aiuac, &,
artld. sill cleat the recipient.
jiajC ft. 1S18 lath St. X. vr.
VwU wflllllf S41S M St. N. W.
We arlve Herald S33400 contest votes.
Eterrtlilnc the beat at leas than the nasal prices.
Prompt, cosrteoua amice.
Edward F. Davis,
Bemotrd to 9V0 Uth St., corner Park Boed.
W Ott. Votes ta The HcrsJd'i C5.00O CocfiU
Fresh Meata and Provisions.
fRome Dressed Poultry and Game In
901 U St. N. W. FfcHi I. N7
Phone OrdersVromptly Delivered.
We Orra Votas la Tb. Betald's JBVS3 Ooeaaat.
MM buMSw wFSMI MSlW rStrSR
The thick Oil Cream Polish that doea not
settle nor leave powder or sediment.
The Polish that makes any car look
aUMt M. clH BC Tel. M. 444.
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Ladyw seedeL lekt.
aeUd sold ease, smar.
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thasa mevesseat, fir
Sitii ir Ptlishei
Established itTS. Tat. North lltt,
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1715 14th Street N.W.
Prices aad Terms Made (or Lota and
Washington. D. C Philadelphia, Pa.
Cemetery lots Bought. Sold, and
Exchanged. Cremation Arranged,
lest Scrfict CuraitN.
All kinds or wood, cloth, aad metal
caskets furniabed at moderate
i Engraving Company, i
HlKtntors iiri Designers
: PROCESS ENGRAVERS
; Wniinrloi Pt BJd. M. 673.
;. "QUALITY AND SPEED"
WSl Brra Votes la Tha Herald's t3.a Coetaat.
Tea years aid. SUB.
Order by 'phone.
Alee TEXTTESSatB, 9Vo Bottla.
Th Shoomaker Co.
ISM K Street 3T. W.
staUtshed UBS. Thoste BL U
9ww 1 1 1 mtM m
C Stops lallinc hair, rellere dandrat?. sootass,
09 F OT. m. ml I,
Carter's, laboratory Co.
09 F OT. M. rst
Our label redecDabla ta tOJXt eonteat tnr B
on. m( for each, penar repreaented ta tha
retail salt price.
Wt Gin Votes ta The' Herald's W06S Cbnant.
F you want bargains in Hard
ware of every description.
Don't fail to visit
Stall's Hirdw ire Store, 713 7tt St.J.W.
W Glee Votes ts The Herald's SB.a I
DO YOUR FEET ACHE?A
The quickest, simplest, surest remedy Is
Fifteen Cents a Bos.
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