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EVENT IS QUITE BRILLIANT
PrMiNif Mh if All RatlMsBttsts
If WtSlllftH CMHMf-
In the beautiful marble home of the
Pan-American Union, brilliantly lighted
like a fairy palace. John Barrett who la
known to the world aa the man who
united the Latin-American nation of this
continent, in connection with the Wash
ington Chamber of Commerce, last night
save a reception to the delegates of the
Fifth International Congress of the
Chambers of Commerce and Industrial
Associations. The reception was notable
because among Its guests were represen
tatives of every civilised nation of the
The reception might well be called a
review of the nations of the world, the
sumptuousness of the far East. India,
Arabia, and Turkey, the severe conserva
tlveness of England, Germany, and
Sweeden, the brightness of sunny Italy,
Austria, and Spain, all blended Into mak
ing the occasion one of the most notable
held in Washington In recent years.
The magnificent gowns worn by the
women, many of them fashioned after
their native country, gave to the scene
a plcturesqueness snd charm that will
live long in the memory of those who
Barrett Receives Gaests.
The guests were received at the head
of one of the splendid marble stairways
by Director General John Barrett, of
the Pan-American Union, assisted my
Louis Cannon-Legrand. of Belgium, pres
ident of the International Congress of
Chambers of Commerce; Mrs. Cannon
Legrand. Commission Cuno H. Rudolph,
Commissioner John A. Johnston and Mrs.
Johnston. Engineer Commissioner Jud
son. General Secretary Emlle Jottrand.
of the International Congress of Cham
bers of Commerce: Capt. James K.
Oyster, president of the Washington
Chamber of Commerce, and D. J. Kauf
man, chairman o the local committee on
The guests passed the receiving one
into the handsome assembly hall of the
building, where an orchestra was sta
tioned, and many of the guests danced.
It had been planned to bold the recep
tion on the terraces to the wet of the
building, but the weather prevented.
Supper was served In the rooms on the
first floor. Among some of the most
noteworthy costumes were those of Mrs.
Cameron-Legrand, who wore a gown of
gray chiffon over gray satin; Mrs. John
A. Johnston, wife of Commissioner John
ston, white satin trimmed with blue chif
fon: Miss Flora Wilson, daughter of the
Secretary of Agriculture, electric blue
velvet: Madame Ekengren. wife of the
Minister of Sweden, pale pink chiffon
and velvet: Miss Katherlne Jennings,
daughter of Mr. adn Mrs. Hennen Jen
nings, lavender chiffon over meteor satin
of the same shade, with a corsage bou
quet of orchids; Mme. Calderon. wife of
the Minister from Bolivia, gray char
meus, trimmed with pink chiffon: Miss
Calderon. pink taffeta; Mrs. William H.
Dennis, rose satin draped In black lace:
Mrs. Max Kauffmann. pale blue: Mrs.
Yung Kwal. wife of the first secretary
of the Chinese Legation, white lace over
meteor satin: Miss Dlnahaw. of Arabia,
yellow aatln and a yellow turban: Mrs,
Isaac Gans, white lace over white silk:
Miss Helene Oyster, white crepe de
chene: Mrs. Herbert C. Hengstler, wife
of the chief clerk of the Consular Serv
ice, black satin; Mrs. H. C. C. Stiles.
Dresden chiffon, with black hat and
white plumes: Mrs. Samuel Gompers,
black velvet; Mrs. William H. Gallther,
blue and white satin: Mrs. Francisco J.
Tanea. wife of assistant director of the
Pan-American Union, gray satin trimmed
with black lace; Mrs. Alexander Bentley
wore a handsome'black gown.
Many DLtlnlfulahcd Carats.
Among the guests were1 Lee McClung.
Treasurer of the United States: Mr.
Henri Martin, of the Swiss Legation;
Mr. Rudolph Kauffmann. Mr. Max
Kauffmann. Mr. William F. Gude. Mr.
Isaao Gans. Johnkheer J. Loundon.
Minister from the Netherlands: Mr.
Glenn Brown, the Bolivian Minister.
Senor Calderon; Mme. Emlle Jottrand,
of Belgium; Count Candldo de Mendes
de Almeida and Countess de Almeida,
of Brazil: Mr. George Petltjean and
Miss Petltjean. of Chile: Mr. and Mrs.
J. PiersOn, of Paris; Commissioner Max
Rlchter. of Berlin; Mr. and Mrs. Gott
fried Koch, of Bremen; Hon. Ernst Ste
phen Clauss and Mrs. Clauss, of Chem
nitz; Dr. and Mrs. Levin, of Frankfort;
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Rodlger. of Halle:
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Martin, of Bristol.
England; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bruce, of
Huddersfleld, England: Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Barbour, of Liverpool; Mr. and Mrs.
A. Barton Kent of London; Sir Joseph
Lawrence, of London; Mr. Benjamin
Haughton and Miss Haughton. of Cork.
Ireland; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gage, of
Toronto; Mr. Alfred Burnett, of Hew
Zealand, and Miss Burnett; Mr. and
Mrs. T. Geddes Grant, of Trinidad; Mr.
and Mrs. Carlo Pain!, of Lombardy.
Italy: Mr. and Mrs. Ercole MarellL of
Milan. Italy; Mr. D. V. Llano and Mrs.
Freso V. de Valdes Llano, of Monterey,
Mexico: Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Pezet. of
Lima, Peru; Mr. and Mrs. Jules A. Fres
co, of Constantinople. Turkey: Hon. G.
Bie Ravndal and Miss RavndaL of Con
stantinople. Turkey. ,
Police Cheek Crowds.
Ten policemen were necessary to keep
the entrances to the Pan-American Build
ing clearl sat night Hundreds of women,
escorted by sllk-hatted, frock-coated, dig
nitaries, tried to gain admittance. In
each case, unless they showed the proper
credentials at the door, they Vera turned
The foreign delegates, 400 strong, yes
terday afternon made a pilgrimage to
Mount Vernon and paid tribute to George
Washington. A wreath was placed la
the tomb by the foreign delegates. Mount
Vernon was thrown open to the visitors,
snd under the guidance of Supt Dodge
they visited every nook and corner of the
The German delegates did honor to the
memory of Frederick the Great earlier
In the day. A wreath was placed upon
the statue of the great soldier king which
stands In the grounds of the War Col.
lege. Dr. August Soetbeer. chairman of
the German delegation, and Dr. Gustav
Btresemann, of Dresden, delivered ad
The delegates were loud In their Braises'
of the beauty of Washington. They re
gretted that they could sot remain In the
city longer and make a more detailed
study o (the city.
The party will leave this momta at
M 'dock ssr naWtftipfeaV waata K
X Sri X
The raaageat pHeher oa the DmMi
rears r age. He apraag Into the
Baste Bed Sox victory la the f
Itsl. Bedteat hegaa his career ahaa fear years aav la aa asaatewr teagwe
la Erie, rL It waa here ha shrst attracted the attearJea f the Ma leasw
saagaatee hy aerferaemaT the reaaarkahle feat ft atrtktaa- awt twearytwo
saea la a alae-laalag kaaae. Bedleat's work did net attract araeh atteatlea
la the aalaer leagaca, hat alaee Jalalag the Bestea dab ho has proved te ha
est of Btahl'a asset reliable (iistn.
will remain for to days before continu
ing to New York, whence most of the
foreign delegates will sail for home.
HONORS MBS. BALL
Wosaea'a Belief -Coras Gives
ccptloa ta Vice President.
Lincoln Corps, Department of the
tomac Woman'! Relief Corps,
public reception to Mrs. Isabel Worrell
Ball, at Grand Army HalL last night
among those present being the members
of the vsrious organizations connected
with the G. A. R. and its affiliated soci
eties. There was speechmaklng and
Mrs. Ball recently attended the annual
encampment of the G. A. R. at Los
Angeles, Cat., and was elected senior vice
president of the National Woman's Re
lief Corps. This is the second highest of
fice In the organisation, and the reception
last night was given in token of the hon
or of which she wss the recipient Mrs.
Ball has served 'on .the national executive
committee of the corps, and is well
known in veteran circles throughout the
Bobnt W. Outer. 7, and Christina T. Mens, S,
both of Rlduaond. Her. Than S- Lee.
Robrrt S. Jonn, jr.. .3. and Fruirai O. Holme.
IS. B. WfllUm A.JUsthIT.
Carl Hoffman. SO. ud Louise B. B. Voder. C of
Sew Tort Cut. ttrr. Joseph Y. MeGee.
r. Bonnsrd Bala. 3J. snd Marssrrt 131m Smith.
It. Bet. Ambrose Baaran.
Victor E. Jatirr. S. and Edna E. Bojd. S. Rrr.
John B. Harris. S. and Blanche VT. SbacteUord.
S. both of Baltimore, Md. Rrr. 8. H. Greene.
Arthur . Kelthler. . and Lorrtto 8. Bhtplcr. 11.
Ber. V. W. Johnson.
Joan S. Clarke. W. and Marr A. McRae, 3. both
of Baltimore, ltd. Jodrs O. 8. Bonds.
wniiam H. Mnlllsu. 29. and Isabella Y. Caho. SX
Ber. V. F. Schmitt.
WIDUm It Dickinson. SX ot New York CltT. and
Edna M. Collins. 3s. Bet. Thnmai B. MeUulfsn.
William L. Hicker. . and Katherlne J. Caran, 9.
Ber. Thomas F. MeOae.
Charles T. Morris. 9. and Uarfsrrt R. Harre. U.
Ber. WUHarn M. Lyon.
Duncan Ferguson, Js. and Uasrl A. Rubrifht
a. Ker. O. W. Vsn Fossen.
Herbert H. Beahin. M, and Maada E. Combs, S.
Ber. Ignatius Fesij.
John D. Lone X, and Stella V. Kisrr. S. of
8rttag Cm. Vs. Ber. Donald C. MacLeod.
Frank X. botts, a, of SpotUwood, Vs.. and Mat
tie W. CoUina, is, of Staantoo. Vs. Rrr. 0. W.
Quebec Is looking for a considerable
shortage In hard coal, which It imports
from the United 'States. The price has
Oalre aad Sales Help faralahed presaat-
ly. Tel. 451 Main. 107 Barrister Bldg.
UndirMea lYnSta Om..
THIS' BANK HAS
the strength ud the in
cliaatioa to.muke your btak
iat coueetioas here safe,
Mtisfactoiy, " ud profitable.
Deposits of erery nte iarited.
E7IAJ(E BATS at tatercst paid
aa hath large aad aaaall aecaaaia.
and Trust Company.
Corner 15th inid N. Y. Aviv,
-Cberhcat hr lutrmitloul !Cf Aantatka.
twlrttaat staff, beta aaly twenty-three
limelight Sataraay. wheat he twirled the
earth gasae ( the warldw aeries, w tastes
JEWISH W0MEH GIVE BENEFIT.
Alliance Holds Theater Perfori
nee for Settlement Hoaae.
The Washington Alliance of Jewish
Women were In charge of the Belasco
Theater last night the occasion being i
benefit given by them for the establish
ment of a settlement house In the upper
Southwest section of the city or the lower
A good sum was realized, and the al
liance looks forward to the early i
compllshment of ls plan. Mrs. Adolph
Kalin. president of the alliance, said
that the exact location for the house had
not been -determined.
C. a Drpt of agriculture. Weather Bunas.
Washington, Monday. Oct It. Ull-I p. m.
Ins tropical storm Is apparently omtral over the
Central Unlf. but no reports from Its vicinity were
rrorited during Monday. Belated reports Indicate
that tt rassed northwestward beyond the Yucatan
Channel during Sunday.
It U decidedly colder In the South Atlantic States
escrpt Florida, and somewhat warmer orer the
central and western portioDS of the country.
Bains will continue Tuesday and irsbaMy Wsdnea-
tn ine noma Auanue ana aat (tutf Btates. and
there will alio be rsias in the North rsdnc States.
Orer the remainder of the country the weather will
be generally fair.
Midnight S: i a. a.. 4T; 4 a as., S; t a. m., :
a. m., 94; IS a. m., ST; 12 noon. ST; 1 p. m.. Si:
4 p. bl. 94: 1 p. bl. S4; S p. m.. U; 19 p. a.. (1
Highest 8: lowest B.
Helalire humidlty-S s. as., J; I p. m . N: t p.
m.. . Rainfall (J p. m. to I p. as.), asT.
Temperstnra aaae data law rran-HJehest 41:
Tesapcratarea la Other Cltlea,
Temperatures la other dties. taaathet with the
assoont of rainfall tar the twenty-foal boars ended
si s p. m. yrsterasy. an aa touowst
Max. Mln- IklSs. (alL
4kuriuw, ... v... ....
Atlantic City, N. J....,
Bismarck. N. Dak ,
Boston. Mass. ..
Buffslo, N..Y ...
Chicago. HI.. .............
Cincinnati, Ohio... ...
Des Moines, Iowa. ,
Helena, Mont ........
Indianapolis, Ind .
Kswaa Oty. Me
Little Bock: Ark
Los Angeles, Cal ,
New Orleans. La.
New York. K. Y
North ristte, Neor.....
a. i n. r . .. M .. . .
.... m a m s.a
.... 43 (t 94 ca
.... 94 94 44 0.B
... 49 12 U
.... m 44 m
44 41 49
.... 44 C
44 Jt B
.... 4J 49
.... 94 49
... n 49 44
...4 44 44
.... Tt, 42 IS ....
.... 4t 34 M
.... V 4S tt
r a 44
TO a 44
.... K a tt
.... 4 SO 44
.... c 4i oa
.... 49 M M
.... 14 r 43
.... 74 a 44 ....
.... st ei m
43 H ....
.... 44 at
.,.. IS ID M
.... 44 te
.....as 44 at
.... 94 Tl
.... 43 43 54
.... Q 14
40 Tl St
.... 44 42 tt ....
.... 44 M 44
Salt Lake City. Clsh
St. Louis. Mo.
St Pant Minn
San Frendsca Cal....
Toledo. Ohio. ...
To-day-High tide, 11 3X a. m. and UM p. aa.: low
tide, M a. as. sad Sal a. at.
TcHnorrow-Hltb tide, Hal a. aa.: low tide. 431
a. as. and P. ss.
CaaeUtlaa a( the Rivera.
Barren Ferry, W. Va.. Oct M. Potomae sad
Bnmanrloah itssts both cleat this alteraeon.
TO CTJBJC A fXMLB Hf OlfB DAT
Take JaZATIfS BBOMO Qaastne Tsbseta. bnt-
atsta iwTaad awaar U tt fatal u cum, .
HOT B4DLY HURT
Cwa'tlaacel fraaa PaaTo Oao.
(Tom the Auditorium, a
it to Mrs. .Roosevelt at Oyster Bay.
tailing her of the-shooting. She was In
formed that the wound was slight, and
that the colonel had gone ahead vrith
his speech, suffering- ns oUscosaflture.
Other messages were hurried out to' va
rious others of the colonel's family.
including Congressman Nicholas Long
worth. In Washington. Another went
to George w. Perkins, the colonel's na
tional manager. In New York. All bore
the same assuring word that the wound
waa. not dangerous.
.The prisoner gave every appearance
of being crazy. He mumbled to himself
aad looked wild-eyed. In his pockets
the police found a letter addressed "To
the people." in which Schrank wrote of
what be called a dream that came to
him la which ha saw Roosevelt aa the
aausln of President McKlnley.
Had Followed Baetsevelt.
Ha asserted In the letter that no Presi
dent ought to serve three terms. Schrank
Informed the police that ha had followed
Col. Roosevelt around the country for
the last week, to kill him.
"1 went to the Coliseum In Chicago
last Saturday night to kill Roosevelt"
said the prisoner without a quiver.
'I waited around the entrance I
thought he would come out of, but he
fooled me. He came out by another
door. It made me mad that I missed
him. I was bound I'd gst him here."
CoL Roosevelt sat back In the motor
car as an Immense crowd that had wit
nessed the shooting yelled to him. With
rare presence of mind the colonel, wav
ing his bat. cried out: "My good friends.
I'm not hurt; I'm going on to the hall to
speak. Good luck."
The whole incident had occurred so
quickly that the astonished crowd did
nothing but stand still.
Roosevelt then turned to the chauffeur
and. In a calm voice, said:
"Now just run her up to the Audito
rium. I'm not hurt and everything is all
Lasg Not Iajareet.
At 11 o'clock the following bulletin was
Issued from Emergency Hospital, where
the former President waa taken follow
ing his speech.
"CoL Roosevelt hss a superficial flech
wound below the right breast with no
evidence of Injury to the lung. The bul
let Is probsbly lodged somewhere in the
chest wall, because there Is but one
wound and no sign of Injury to the lung.
"The bleeding was Insignificant and
the wound was Immediately cleansed ex
ternally and dressed with sertle gauze
by Dr. R. O. Bale, of Milwaukee, con
sulting surgeon of the Emergency Hos
pital. "As the bullet passed through CoL
Roosevelt's overcoat, other clothes, dou
bled manuscript, and metal spectacle
esse. Its fores was much diminished. The
colonel Is not suffering from shock and
la In no pain. His condition was so
coo dthat the surgeons did not object to
Ms continuing his journey In his private
car to Chicago where he will be placed
under surgical care.
"DR. C U. TERRILU
"DR. O. B. a. SATLE.
"DR. JOSEPH COLT BLOODT.OOD.
(Of the faculty of Johns Hopkins Baspttal),
"DR. JOHN T. STBATTOS."
IN STRAW VOTE
Mount Rainier Commuters Who
Work in the Capital Are
Polled on Cars.
A straw vote taken on three cars run
ning between Mount Rainier and Wash
ington yesterday disclosed that with the
Maryland voters who work In this city
there is little choice of Presidentisl can
didates. With the laboring men Wilson appears
to be favorite by a small majority, while
with government clerka Taft and Roose
velt are equal favorites, with Wilson
It is stated that of the few in the cars
who refused to state a preference the
majority Indicated that they were Demo
crats, but that they feared a change in
administration and the possible effects
It might have on the prosperity ot the
Federal Clerks Shy.
Many of them were government clerks
who feared to place themselves on record
In any way. owing to the stringent regu
lations regarding political activity in
force under the civil service law.
The vote was taken Just after the cars
were leaving Mount Rainier and adjoin
ing suburbs. All those who were polled
have the right of ballot in the coming
election, being registered voters of Prince
The first poll wss taken on a car on
which laboring men were In the majority.
The result was:
M r HSOB .................. M
nooeevoit. .,......... a
Tali ..................... 9
The second car to be polled was one
on which employes ot the navy yard and
Bureau of Engraving and Printing were
coming to work. The result:
Wllsoa ..... ... T
Tart ..................... a
De as .a.................. 3
The third car was occupied by govern
ment clerks and other persons having
employment mostly of a clerical nature
In this city. The result:
a laWtat sal iirsessttseet fa
On the three cars were ten persona who
stated that they were undecided whom
they would vote for. They are watching
the campaigns of all three candidates
closely, and will make their choice irre
spective of party. They will choose whom
they think Is the best man.
DstH H. and Emma V. Zirkle. girt.
William H. and Ada M. Wertman. girt
William C. aad Margaret M. Vader, girt.
Richard and Lney I. Traeilr. bay.
John J. ud Nam B. Taleatt boy.
John J. aad Violet Pipprrt boy.
Nathan aad Ethel Stein. gL
Samuel B. aad Sarah . B. Shreea, tor.
Tactual T. and tally Smith, boy.
Daniel J. aad Assy E. Serrbott gut
Harry L. sad Isabel Rnfcey. girt
Eppa 0. and Margaret M. Royston, girt
Thomas A. aad Jesse E. Roberts, girt.
Samoa! and MoMs It. Poweu. girt
lads and Xathrra J. Nnabaum. boy.
Oeorte X. add Battle S. Nail, girt
Darid aad Mary MrClaUand. boy.
Jobs T. and Mary B. MeKnlght boy.
Joseph P. and Etta M. Lyoo. gut
Tbomai If. aad Otnos C. Jerdon, bay.
Albert M. sad Ones Keen. hoy.
Wattsr E. aad AmtUa (IramaL bos.
' Charles tt sad' Emada N. Pagan, boy.
B. aad Cera Deraey. gh-L
John W. aad Boss Curtis, boy.
Francis x sad Alios Oushlnt. gin.
WUBsm H. sad Lacy Tibbs, boy.
Bobnt aad Atbrrthla Harris, girl
" " nasi Kare BUI sirL
IWJ'A' -J 31-?' - - - -- "- - -
W.ltatfcvaiw0.aJse, Ford. bos. b
aad TJasVa rsuts. lrt.
421 to 421 7th SL
417 tt 42S 1th St
Uphftrury Site tl
Women's Ribbed Fleece-lined
Vests snd Pants, In white or un
bleached: extra large sixes In
cluded; 41c value. Special.
Boys Heavy Fleece-lined 8hlrts
and Drawers. In tan color only:
sizes from 2i to 14. SSc value.
Special, each Sle
Children's Ribbed Fleece-lined
Combination Suits. In white, gray,
or unbleached. SSc value. Bpeclat
AiwiVM..vy Salt l
24-yard rolls of White Cotton
Tape; regularly 10c; this sale,
3-ounce bottle Sewing Machine
Oil: will not gum; bottle Se
Best quality Leather Sewing
Machine Strapa; full length 8c
Klrby Beard English Hairpins,
straight or crimped, package... Ic
Clinton Safety Pins, full nick
eled; all sizes; 3 dozen for.... 14V
All-over full-size Hair Nets.
with or without rubber; S for lOe
Wood Coat Hangers, will not
splinter; 10c vslue 5c
(0-Inch Tape Measures 3e
2315-2317 18th St.
Phone Columbia SS.
Wholesale and Retail.
Wo Havo Moved to Our
18th Street Store
"See Etz and Set Bttttt"
EDWIN H. ETZ
U0S -G- STREET
We arive Herald gKtoao corniest vatea.
Ttete LmriM. Bji. httar.
We Ol.s Votes in The Herald's S3.4B Content.
When you are about to throw
away your old clothes, bring
them to us. and we will return
them to you new. Our experienced
workmen make no mistakes.
Phone Main 1152 and ws will
709 9th St. N. W.
We give Herald S1T.SS8
GEO. D. SINCLAIR
615 Penn. Ave. N. W.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL BLDO.
Wa Oil Tessa as The Herald's aa.OT Coatsst
C Stops ftnt.g bsir. reheres dsndruff. sootbss. ass.
LCsrlar'4UKitor Co. 1
an F bt. m. ml L
BAsk for Carters Shampoo Cream.
Our label redeemable la E3.004 contest (or fj
aas rote for each penny represented In the
retail sale pries.
Wa Otie Votes la The Herald's X3.0OO Contest
909 Seventh Street
Lowe Bros. H. & Paints
cover from SO to 100 more
square feet than the ordi
nary paint, and It lasts
from i to t years longer
therefore, it costs less. It
won't chalk or blister.
PE MAINE & CO.
S211 M 8t N. W.
We Otre Totes hi The Herald's SsS.0 CcttsstL
Frank M. Ciaiel. C years. Ill R. I. Are. nw.
Lambert F. Bergman. ST. MCJ M St. nw.
Anna Beamr. TO. lt M SI. nw.
EUiabsth Bene, 2S.lZSU8t.se.
Mary F. Wearer. 4S. XX Q St nw.
Henry O. Cole. 43, MM S St. nw.
Cbarkl V. Fridley. & 111 O St se.
William H. Hale. R. 100T Fla. Are. ne.
Walter 8. Ungrlbarh. I boors. Kmilwortb. D. O.
Jaaaa Cross. M. Corermnent Hospital Insane.
Virginia Betts. 95. SM Em St. nw.
William M. Redd. a. W tth St. nw.
BettJe wmiams, T. 31M Pleasant Alley sw.
Jennie E. Brown, S3. Gortrnmrnt Hospital Insane.
John naming. 4t 02 4th St nw.
Walter Harding. IT. Georgetown Vnlrersity Heart
Anns Boss, 41. 41 Canal St sw.
WUUam W. Mummer, c nouns. Sibley HosctuL
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from dark edges, broken type.
typographical errors. c
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ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
IMstrlrt National Baak Batldtag.
1406 G Street
Pfeoae Mala TSOS.
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H. E. S.
Heat Fatigue Is readily overcome
by our Powders.
H. E. SPRUQEBANK & GO.
2J St. and Pa. Ava. . E.
Telephone L. III.
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SERVICE IS Ml SKCULTf
Service and comfort out of a
pair of shoes that we have soled
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NOTICE OF CXriltATION OT UCENSE.
Offlcss of tii Aseor of the Dbtiict ot CbZumbU.
tuliicctra. D. C Oct. 4. Xfll Notice 1 herebr
d that oo the THIRTY-nRST DAY OF OCTO
nEIt. 1912. will firtre all licpmM imxd br the A
s?or of the Dvtnct of CoImnbU to ipotlieearta.
aactioorer. lutaTSsobile (tone wevrvbenuet. baalu
rnd fcsixke-n, bill ivetfr. WUiard. porf. aad other
Ublf. bowllns tilers, prcrprietrr of beir-room.
brv-ren and brewera aarnta. boardinr houses, pob-'
lie bath. medHims. sdinorct, palaiiataU. ..
rattle dealers. commisUTi merchants, tricar dealers.
buildinc rontractofv. rania4e and wafotewmftken.
roof ect loners, deatlers in mrcood hand rrtsooal prop
ertr. dtralors in markeu. dralers in cuolice. deal
en ra k'peene oil and oils of like grsdea. dlatUlena,
fuel hnt-ksters. noristj. toprietaws of boteta, eca
nloTinent ajrents. iOTttmmt comi-aslri, proprittora
of puNic hall, public i-arka. literj itaWea. laun
dries (tem and hand), land aad taraeiawait emn
penies. raiUoad ticket brokers, reatanranu and eat
ing henses. real estate acenta. rrosprieiors of etoC
machines, rrrpritrTS ef theaters, nndertakrra. and
wholesale liquor dealers. All persona destiinf to
centime the abote described boaineas or profeasioas
muft pmrrtly rrnew their lknaea. WM. I. RI TH
AU PS. Aveator. D. G. crlil5.SwS.3l9
VIA VI SCIENCE OF HEALTH. NATURAL.
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Colorado Bklf. Fre lector for -roia-m Wedseadait
at : JO p. ta. SsaHf
Ask for Miller's
Miller's Mf-Raiafnc Bocasrheat --I.e,
i handled' bjr leadinf ners n-rilwMIIJJ
throughout the dty. Insist on
ht.ini; it and roull get the BEJTT BniaTBttlsa.l
en the market. aflmifl1wll
E3TAt jour grocer'a. No ennsumem pirphed.
B. B. EARNSHAW t BRO..
Wholeaalcra. 11th aad M Sta. S. B.
BERGMAN On Sunday. October 13. Uli
at 4:13 a. m., after a long and painful
Illness. LAMBERT F.. the devoted
and beloved husband or Emma Bush
by Bergman. In the fifty-ninth year
of his age. "'
Funeral from his late residence. 1000 II
Street Northwest. Wednesday. October
IS, at 3 p. m. Relatives and friends
invited to attend. Interment. Glen"
WOOD Departed this life on Saturday.
October 1!. W12. at 10 p.m.. RICHARD
I. WOOD. In the ninety-first year of
Funoral from his late residence. 17
I Street Southeast, on Tuesday. Oc
tober IS. at 1 p. m. Relatives snd
friends respectfully united to attend.
GEOHGE P. ZUBH0RST,
SS EAST CAPITOL ST.
EstabUshfd 1BT. CSAS. 8. ZCBUORST. atge.
J. WILLIAM LEC raaeral Dlreetsv
ara Xmbanaer. umj a eoonmion. u
CMmatl sad afcdrm CmastocitBa. Mod.
att rwanajlrasla Ate. aw. TesnaVna llaia OSa.
W. R. SPEARE.
gTJXEBlb DIBCCTOB AKD BlIBALMBa.
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON. IX CI
Phones Main 3t
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