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supply of
I Fancy G1M11 Grins
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or Mtlu, t price. tbt
rtcht.
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W.gTHsald
SPECIAL SALE
f1.25,1.5faiiStSI ban
For $1 .00
Th. razors are of th. vary flnest
grade. Wt are sacrificing tham to
maka room for new stock.
W. T. & F. i. WEJIYEI
HARDWARI
1IMW iiHrt-I.W.
Phone W. IT.
give votes In Haraid'a I26.M0
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with tham they look
like new. It coata lit
tle. It uvea rauoh.
NOME SHOE
REPAIR CO.
719 Ninth 8t N. W.
War Callatf for and D.lrvarwel.
W. Gin Tote in To. Herald's taB Coatee.
Crier's Whit Pine
Cough Syrup
differs from any other offered la
Washington. It la unquestionably
the most successful treatment for
bronchial colds obtainable. See that
It bears the name of "Grler."
GRIER & GRIER,
'NINTH NEW YORK AVE.
We sire Herald tSi0OO crates votes.
1JUI OFFICE AID WMIS:
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Ask for a
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count.
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slra Vote la Ta
Herald'a S9.BM Casta.
Stop3
When you are abont to throw
away your old clothes, brine
them to us, and we will return
them to yon new. J5nr experienced
workmen nuks'so mistakes.
Phone Main llil and wa will
calL
709 9th St. N. W. f
We tre Herald S33.000
eoairat Ttss).
Our Stock of Teas
Is Complete
There Is no one article that you want
with a better flavor, more delicious, or
agreeable than the tea you serve. Wa
offer you the best.
Jtidgway's 6 o'Clock Tea .75c
Capitol Household Tea .JOo
WE DELIVER IT.
Guggenheim,
1112 14 St I.W. rfcml.r1i.il J
We give Herald tXUMO oatest Tales..
The Choicest the Market
Affords Can Always
Be Found at
WEBER'S
4th and H Streets N. E.
Wegtv. Herala UMM ewatest Tote
Hifh-gradi 6rKtriis,Pr.Tisions,&c
XverytUiis tbt betl at Sea tfcas tte xmul prtem.
Pronpt.. cDQTtaons aarrhMk
. Edward F. Davis.
Benond ts MS) IXh Bt, ene Fsik Bosa.
, we am la is Hours
TORRE
' Fresh Meats and Provisions.
Rome Dressed Poultry and dame la
,, Season.
901 U St. N. W. FImiI.H7
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STATIONERY
Pans, ink -Tablets. ComposiUon
Books. Rulers, and all School Ac
cessories. ..iLIIIM,21SSP&itfi.l.W.
HAIR TONIC
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Search for 'a pretty young; girl with a
weakness for finery and a passion for
furs is being made by the police, who)
believe that she either perpetrated the
robbery of furs, valued at SBO, from
the show window of the store of 8.
Saks, at U13 F Street Northwest, yes
terday morning or Instlsated the 'theft.
Suspicion is. directed toward an un
usually sttractlva sjrl. whose actions In
the vicinity of the fur store 'within the
last week caused comment among- the
clerks. Not more i than eighteen years
old is this suspect, according to the
police, nd her beauty has crested In
terest among; promenaders in F Street
for the last year. '
While detectives admit tht It la a tax
on the credulity to ascribe so daring; and
clever a theft to a mere slip of a girl,
they repeat the old adage that fact is
stranger than fiction, and confidently pre
dict that the truth of the sdage will be
proven In this case.
The time of the theft is confined to
three hours, the period between 5 and
3 o'clock yesterday morning. The rob
bery was discovered at S o'clock by Mr.
Saks himself who srrlied at the store
at that hour to take charge of the work
men who must work on the Sabbath to
meet the demands of the rush of the
busy fall season.
Time of Robbery Deflnlte.
The robbery could not have been com
mitted before 5 o'clock because the thief
used a copy of a Sunday morning news
paper which did not leave the prera
until that hour. Thla paper was folded
and placed against the plat glass of the
shoe window. A new hammer, evidently
purchased for the purpose. as struck
against the paper until the glass was
broken. The paper muffled the sound
of the crashing glass.
Throueh the hole in the olate glass the
thief stepped Into the window and selected
a Persian Iamb cost worth 30o. a muff
and an ermine collar set valued at 1330.
These furs were taken from models and
several minutes was required to remove
the pieces from th wax figures. An expert
window dresser, it Is said, could not have
remo ed the furs In less than live minutes.
It would have been simple for the thief
to have stepped from thes how window
Into the store, where a stock conserva
tively valued -at more than tlM.000 was
on display. A hundred sets of silver fox
furs formed but one part of the display.
As soon as Mr. Saks discovered the theft
he telephoned police headquarters.
Boardman Takes Charge.
Inspector Robert H. Boardman, assist
ant superintendent of police and chief of
detectives, himself went to the scene.
Within half an hour a score of plain
clothes men and the entire force of the
First precinct were at work on the mys
tery. A brief Investigation convinced the
police that the robbery was far from or
dinary. A "good" thief In police parlance, a
professional would not have been satis
fied with the few pieces stolen. The
question of a woman having figured In
the
theft was. taken up. and. it was. soon
learned of the mysterious action of the
girl who has been loitering In the vicin
ity of the store for a week. This girl.
the police learned, stood In front of the
show windows, gazing at the furs for
hours on several occasions.
A description of the girl was given the
police by the store employes who
watched her. She was so poorly dressed
as to eliminate the possibility of her be
ing considered In the light of a prospec
tive purchaser, the police were told, but
ber mode of dress easily gave the Im
pression that she Is an ardent devotee
of style and an admirer of costly finery.
RIVAL SUITORS .
ENGAGE IN DUEL
Bichard Hinei Shot in Chest in
Montgomery County Affray.
Poise Hants Assailant
In a knife and pistol duel In a ten
ement bouse on the farm of Francis
Kilgour, a prosperous and well-known
agriculturist of Glen, about five miles
west of Rockville, yesterday afternoon,
Richard Mines, colored, twenty-two
years old, who lives at Potomac, was
shot and. It Is bellved. fatally wounded.
J Deputy Sheriff Meades. of Montgomery
County, at the head of a small posse of
citizens, is searching for Peter Robin
son, a. negro, twenty-six years old.
whom. It Is alleged, shot Mines In self
defense. At a late hour last night the
fugitive had not been located, but the
authorities expect to capture him In a
tew hours.
According to the story told the police.
Mines and Robinson are suitors for the
hand of a kitchen maid employed by Mr.
Kilgour. The bad feeling caused a quar
rel In one of the tenant'e cabins, and the
man. It Is charged, drew weapons. Mines
arew a Knife and Koninson exhibited a
Jz-callber revolver.
Mines rushed his opponent. It Is said.
brandishing the knife. He was stopped
by a bullet In the chest Robinson saw
Mines fall and fled. Dr. Edward Ander
son and Dr. Frederick Enderson, of
men. gave nines first aid treatment.
The negro was then removed to Rock
ville, placed on a car, and taken to the
city, being carried to Georgetown TJnl
verslty Hospital.
Surgeons found that the bullet entered
the chest just two Inches below the
heart. It Is feared the wound will cause
th negro's death.
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HOB. GIOVABNI BOKZAIO,
Who pronoanreg) the benedlctloar' of th blessed saeraaaeat at the Hair
Xante eeremomy yesterday afternoon.
22.00Q MARCH
STREETS IN WAR
ON PROFANITY
Coatla.ed from Page One.
his eminence. Cardinal Merry del Val at
the Vatican from Owen B. Corrigan, dio
cesan director, and the other to Cardinal
Gibbons from Rev. J. R. Meagher, spiel-
tuai director of the District.
The first read:
X Hlaatmlaenca. 'rff'i'' Merry del Val
VsUeano. Roma
The men of the Holy Name Society
of tba archdiocese of Baltimore, 22.009
strong. In parade through the public
streets In Washington, to-day, express
to his holiness their -unswerliur fidelity
to the Holy See. They Implore the antl
religious spirit among the men of any
nation that has brought sadness to the
heart of his holllness during bis pontln
cate.
OWEN H. CORRIGAN,
Diocesan Director.
The telegram to his eminence, James
Cardinal Gibbons reads:
"Twenty-two thousand Holy Name
men of the three sections of the Holy
Name Union of the Archdiocese of Bal
timore, parading In Washington to-day.
greet your eminence aa a great prince
of the church and aa the chief pastor of
souls In this archdiocese. Our parade
to-day Is, we trust, an expression of the
teachings that your eminence has for
half a century inculcated: patriotic cltl-
renthlD of the highest type, clean speech,
a public condemnation of prejury and
lndeent language, a fearless profession
of belief In the divinity of Christ united
to a catholicity ever loyal and uncom
promising.
J. K. JltAl.ttt-K.
Spiritual director of the District of
Columbia."
.lodge De Lacy Speaks.
Two speakers took tne platform and
made short addresses, having eben In
troduced by Rev. Father MoNIchoIas.
Judge W. H. Detacy, of Washington,
the first to address the crowd, exempli
fied the supreme power of God by the
sun declining back of the monument, and
spoke of the propriety of holding the
concluding ceremony of the demonstra
tion that had been held for the glorifica
tion of both God and country In the
shadow of the aaonument that typified
the best In the history of the Unlvd
States. Ha apoke with approval of the
object of the Holy Name Societies, a
crusade against profanity, and said fur
ther: We need to recruit the men of Oofl
In the land when we see dally divorce
sapping the life of the home and graft
and corruption In both business and poll
tics." CoL Jerome A. Joyce, or Baltimore,
president of the Holy Name Societies of
the archdiocese, spoke In terms of praise
and encouragement; praise for what has
been done, and encouragement for what
Is planned. He told of the numbers that
had bean enrolled in the societies In oth
er cities, and urged the installation of
the Junior Holy Name society in all
schools and colleges.
The speaking done, the Blessed Sacra
ment was earned up me avenue lormea
by the members of the guard of honor, to
the Improvised altar. The papal bene
diction was pronounced b Mgr. Bonsano.
In the ceremony of the Benediction of
the Blessed Sacrament, cainer Leonard
RlDsle. of Baltimore, was the celebrant:
the Very Rev. N. A. Waldron, the dea
con, and Rev. Father Monahan, of Bal
timore, tba sub-deacon. The host of peo
ple In the background on the hill stood
with bared and bent heads, and the band
of boys from the St. Mary's Industrial
School, of Baltimore, played "Holy God.
We Praise -Thy Nami." N o
With the singing of tMy Country Tls
of Thes" to signify the patriotic purpose
of the demonstration, the ceremonies
closed.
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WEATHER CONDITIOHS.
tt. a. Drat, ol acriealtoK. wcsthir Bsnaa,
WuhlaitoD. D. CX, Snadsr. October 3-a p. a.
Tbera 1U bo ntfa or snow Monday la the easts
Boctr Mourtsln ncton, sad lonl imias la the
Central lUln States, the JJtaoarf sod npiw Mh
wimini idm. sod tb Crprr lake lesta. ut
kxrfd br aramlly fair weathar Tuadar 0r th
msauxlrr t th ronatrr tb wmuxr will b ran
nallT fair Moodar and Tueadaj. exorpt In Is Obi
allejr and tb Wottm Lower Las Bcciao. Srtiar
irTD ui am igcai iwaa luaaoar
It will b eoldar Moodar In tb Plaiss Btstaa sad
tho Ulasouri Valler. sad roldw Uondar tssbt or
Tc-lar la tb Uppar Wodadppt Valley sad tb
Lpprr uat urttaa. it win ba aomrwnat wanner
Monday in tb Southern Cnxr Lai sad tb Lower
Lake Kcctona. th Ohio Valley aod tb Interior f
tb AtlaoUo SUtes.
TUacal Teateeratare,
Mldnlcbt. 59. la, m H: 4 a. m , 51: ( a. at.
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p. m.. U;A p. m.. M p. sa., ; I p. nu, at;
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hujoldltT-e sria., : S p. bl. . Boot of
ablne. IL rer cent, of poaslbl amiabln. KO.
Temnrntare aaava date Uat 7ar Highst, 44,
lownt. S,
Temperatares 1st Other Cities.
j Teaxwntnres to otber dtie. tosetbet wttb lb
' lmmlnt of rainfall to tb twsstytoia boa eased
t S a, m. Tcatadar. si a Xouowai
BaSa-
ilsx. illn. 1p.m. faC
Aabnille. X. C Si M S3
Atlanta. Ga tt tt U
Atlantic City, N. Ji . at tt H
Btamank. N. Dak. M M
Boston. Mass. C to K
Buffalo. V. T. t a a
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Cincinnati. Ohio........... t C S
Cbejraae. toyo. - H S S.
DiTenport. lows M C tt
DenTrr. Colo St O M tot
De Moinea. low. - M H 0.C
Dolntb, Minn M to at
Galratoo. TVi.. .........' n TO Tt
Helena. Mont. ! 5) 34
Indianapolis. Ind. C C M
Jaotaonnilr. Fla. SJ Tt TJ ft.ll
Kanaas City, Mo It B) T
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North riatt. Nebr. M a
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Portland, M.
Prctland. One.
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ToHtar-Hish tide. Idl a. m. and p. nu to
tide. Mil a. m- and US p. St.
To-morrow Blsb Ude, J s. as. sad 531 p. bl:
low tide, U a. m.
CASTOR I A
for Infmt. and GuaiUxta.
Ill KM Yh Hiti AIwijs Btti
Bears the
Signature of
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LIQUORS
Can Now Be Hade at Home for
Iwenty.flre Cent a Quart
Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct 21. Through
a recent discovery of an expert dis
tiller of, this city a method has been
discovered for making whiskies, liquors
and cordials In the privacy of the home.
With a concentrated extract a smooth
and mellow whiskey, liquor or cordial
can be made, saving the liquor dealers
enormous Bronte. Requlrea no appa
ratus of 'any kind. A few minutes does
the work. The quesUon of legality of
this process has been carefully Investi
gated and found to be legal and legiti
mate under all law. Thla new method
of making liquors at home will be wel
comed by thousands of people not onlr
on account of the purity and excellence
of the liquors that can be made, but 'on
account of its great saving. With this
new method a quart of dellcloua and
healthful Uquor can be made for 2fi
cents, equal If not better than that sold
at four times the price. It Is Indeed
wonderful and the discoverer of thla
product has received thousands of tot
ters of praise. . Wa understand that the
discoverer of this, wonderful product Is
permitting any responsible person to try
a whole quart free on trial and we would
suggest that anyone who enjoys a real
sood whisker writ to tfca .Universal
Import Co., WIT i Sycamore SL. 'Clncln
bsU. Ohio, 'and ask. for tree trial eater
wUh'booklet.glvtas; awayMcreU of tba
Uqaw; tmii.aea, i.wias. wtt jwete Tnr
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A Sale of
CluettrPeabody
Full Dress Shirts
They, are white, plaited
bosoms in three different
styles of plaits; attached
cuffs, of course.
AH sizes from 13i to 18.
the $2.00 "Cluett-Brand"
$1.05
MR. JOE E. HEARN
Thousands of Washington men know
of his excellence as a cutter and fitter.
We have secured his services, adding
another master to our efficient force.
Formerly with T. . Gilbert.
sb m
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914 F
These Young s Hats Are Winners!
The becomingness of a Young's Hat is remarkable.
Sorhehow they get snap and style into all their shapes the
conservatives as well as the more extreme blocks.
There is an individuality about them and when you get
a Young's on your head you are sure right off that "it's
THE Hat for YOU."
And back of the effective shapes is YOUNG'S QUAL
ITY the biggest value you ever saw for
Three Dollars !
Nobody else has them I'm the exclusive agent.
Louis Hirsh Nine-twelve F Street
-Topham's-i
ARE YOU GOING
HOME TO VOTE?
Taki Altig a Hick lx-
fir. Traveling lag.
WHEN it is a question
of a Traveling Bag,
you can always get
it best at Topham's, and at
the lowest price. Stylish
bags, in all the new grain
Seal, Walrus, Sea Lion, and
Russia Leathers.
The sizes range from 13
inches to 18 inches in length.
Leather lined, with pockets
and trimmed in gilt, gun
metal, and nickel mountings.
$4:75 to $18.
Whether you purchase or
not, we "want you to exam
ine this large and high-class
stock.
TOPHAM'S
Headquarters for Travelers'
Luggage.
1219 F St. N.W.
We tve Herald mUMO
eoBtest votes.
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Street
EDUCATIONAL
Washington
College of Law
For Weasea .ad Mew.
WIT XEW YORK AVENUE X. W.
Three years' course, leading to
degree LL. B.; tuition, $60 per an
num.
Post-graduate studv. one vear.
degree LL. M.; patent law for
practice before U. S. Patent Of
fice, $30.
Twenty-six members of faculty.
Evening sessions exclusively.
ELLEN 8PENCER MUSSEY, Dean,
Phone M. 4S8S.
The Potomac School
UN EtOBTEENTH STREET.
REOPENS WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER t. IKS.
W"D"SloVABCuSS1,,T,rr
IORTESSORI METHOD
ed la Kiadenputaa and Pruaari.
Adapt.
VOICE CULTURE
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Voice Pladns.
Ear Tnlnlas.
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Drajnatla Art.
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lO Xsmath Bt, N. K. Pboo line. in.
WaskiHstiR School of Accovntanct
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SOUTH iUaXEMZDr CO, .
SPECIAL NOTICES.
.notice op expiration"
Of UctN'SEs.-
OBc of th Aiiiweor of th DUtrfrt of Ootaabls..
Tlaahiniton. O C. Oct. 4. Bli Notice Is harabyi
ejTeo: that OS the THIRTY-FIRST DAT OF OCTO-'
BEB. BB. am eirlre all lleeoae isauod oy ta Aa-
aaeaor of th Diatrlct of Columbia to iniwha rtm,
auctioneer!, automobtl etoras wanmonaaa, baakv
aad fcsaker. bill pnetets, billiaid. pool, aad otber
ra. Dowuns aueyi. propnator or oar-momi.
wis sad ! wa..boiwa)e houaa. pub-1
Us hatha, medioma. olainorant. nahnlm . Ac.
eattl iealers. cnmaitaalnti anaerhanla. dear oaajen..
bolldms cootractora. cartas and wasncnaaSen,
coafactlonara. dalr ia aacood-haod ptraaasl prop
erty, dealers in maiketa, doalen m ssaolin. deal
en la keroaene oal sad cola of like cades. diatU'.era.
foal hncfcstera, flonata. propnetor er hotels, em
ploymeat afents. innatmeal eompama. teoprietoia
of public halla. public puts, lliery stable, laun
dries (atesm and hand), land and improvement com
panies, railroad ticket trokara, sraUorsnt aad al
lot house. Rl eatat asesu. proprietor of elot
machines, proprietcra of thaaten. nadertakm. sad
wholesale liquor dealera. All persons deauins to
continu th abore deacrlbad businaea or profaaalons
moat promptly renew taell Dcnaea. wm. r. Bitn-
ARDS. Aaaeaaor. D C ocU.13.S3Wa
OWNERS OF FLORIDA LAND
who wish to realise on their
holdings are requested to ad
dress FLORIDA J00. Care Her
ald. .MILLCR'S:
Self-raising Buckwheat
la aold or irocen who realla th hspor
lane of harms THE BEST for thau pa
trons. Aak TOUR crcrt for this noted
buckwheat aad lnsat in hsriaf it.
We ar wholcalers ONLY.
E7At your crocer'a, "i aimed euppUad.
B. B. EARNSHAW O BRO..
Wheleaalers. Utk aad M Sts. S. .
VIAV1 SCIENCE OP HEALTH. NATURAL.
nonKixleal: MVpai book free. Apply by maO.
Colorado BU. ITe lector far woman Wednesday
at t J p. m. MMI
UTEJT All IEWEST KSMIS il
FIIMTIIE CtfEIIH.
Eee me for op-to-date Ideas. EstlBMtes
gladly given.
JAMES TROSKEY
1. 1ISJ-H 1451 P St I. W.
W arJT. Herald SJBBSwS eaateat '
DIED.
DEARING On Sunday. October JO, 1911.
at n.30 a. m.. at her residence. 100
Massachusatas Avenue Northwest.
ELIZABETH C DEARING. wife cf
George T. Searing, in the eightieth
year of her age.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
HADFIELD-
A special session of Washington Lodge,
No. IS, B. P. O. Elks, will be held ta
the lodge room on Monday, the 21st In
stant, at 1:15 p. m.. for the purpose of
attending- the funeral of our late broth
er. CHARLES F. HADFIELD. By or
ders of JNO. J. GORMAN. Acting Ex
alted Ruler; RICHARD A. O'BRIEN.
Secretary.
HAZARD-On Saturday. October 19. 1912.
at S p. m, at his residence. 2l
South Dakota Avenue Northeast,
ROBERT HOLME8 HAZARD, aged
forty-three jears and aeven dajs.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
WARD Suddenly, on Saturday. October
. 1911. at f. p. m., FRANK B.
WARD, beloved husband of Jose
phine Ward.
Funeral from hie late residence, 161J
Thirty-second Street Northwest, at 3
p. m. Tuesday. October 2!. Inter
ment In Rock Creek Cemetery. Rela
tives and friends invited.
FUNZHAL DLEECT0BS.
6E0R0E P. ZU1H0BST,
m EAST CAPITOL ST.
Eetabtlahad UST. CBAS. 8. EUmBOB3T. Hg.
J. WILLIAM LKB. Fwacral Diiwetw
and raabsmMr. Ueery la connection. Caasmsdl
Chspal aad Meacra Cramatortam. Uodaat prtssa
as reoaaylTsala Are, aw TeHphon MaU an,
w. rTspeare,
XSEBAL DIBECTOIt AND UIBAUIIk.
940 P Street N. W.
' (VAKUIM.IOK. D. a
Phones Main 'St
FUNEEAL SE3IGNS.
ITJNEBAL FLOWERS .
Of Brery Umarlptlim MiaWailelJ PrtaaC
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