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We Glfe Vote In Tha Htnld'l SSjm Cbotnt.
Will Ity i tophr $41.11
With Coaster Brake.
t This Week Only,
I E.P. HAZLETON
X 41S-31 10th St- N. MR
We Gin Votn in The Hcnld'i COS Cdntaa.
P. M. CORR,
Aceot for Finders ni Tala Matar
eyclea aad Qan Special Bicycle.
Matareycla Orerkavllaa: aad Belt Ba.
alrlax. Aeccaaaries aad Saaarlea.
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kaallBc, Knppllra aad AeeeaaarUa.
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WARREN MOTOR SALES GO.
Baa Resaaved to f
1610 14th Street N. Wr!
Ffcoae North S897.
"BUY A WARREN AMD
BE A WIN1ER"
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Odd Pieces ui Dining-room EurnitUrC'
Specially Reduced for Clearance.
Liberal, Reductions. Arc Made-on AQ the Following Pieces, and the Event Is Made
Doubly Important Because of Its Timeliness. ,
Readjustment of our Furniture stocks exposes many odd and oneof-a-lrindTpieces
in Dining-room Furniture -of the highest character; and our desire being to put, our
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lines, in uic iscai jwssiuic orucr, we iiavc ucuuca 10 oner incm lor quicx Clearances, 1 ne
sale is, a very timely .one the quality' the best, the designs of a high character, ami the
Solid Ulhonny Buffet, colonial dealra. 73
Inches Ions;, with three drawers at top, one
Urge drawer and double cupboard; fitted with
the best brass locks.
. With wood back. Regularly $125.00.
Special, $85.00. tV.-
With mirror back. Regularly $150.00.
Quartered Oak Buffet. plain-square line; (2
Inches long;; mirror back; Ave drawers and dou
Regularly $80.00. Special, $55.00.
Mahog-any Buffet, very neat design, sllg-hty
carved; mirror back and claw feet; 48 Inches
Regularly $65.00. Special, $44.50.
Early English Oak Buffet, colonial design;
two drawers at top and double cupboard; one
large drawer at bottom;' best Grand Rapids
Regularly $65.00. Special, $47.50.
Early English Oak Buffet, neat design; large
cupboard: mirror back; lined drawer for silver;
48 Inches long.
Regularly $42.00. Special, $27.50.
Mission Oak Buffet, plain design: two small
and one large drawer; double cupboard.
Regularly $25.00. Special, $19.75.
Large Quartered Golden Oak Buffet, slightly
carved; heavy claw feet; mirror back; wooden
Regularly $50.00. Special, $38.75. '
Quartered Golden Oak Buffet, rubbed finish;
e cupboard: four drawers; mirror back;
C4 Inches long.
' Regularly $60.00. Special, $44.75.
Quartered Golden Oak Buffet, double cup
board; three drawers: plate groove for fancy
Regularly $42.00. Special, $27.50.
Quartered Oak Buffet, plain design; mirror
back: small shelf: 48 Inches long.
Regularly $25.00. Special; $19.75.
High-grade Oak and Mahog
any Dining Tables, in round and
oblong shapes, are included in
this sale only one and two of a
pattern. The prices are remark
Way akoald Antoaiaailc awaers a taaa
saeatea with tlra troablea stei tha
caa ba asltlvlr daaa away wtts by
Tke World" Best Finer
JUrease Tire FMer C.
S08 8ouTHta Buiuma
WAS H I N OTO N , D.C.
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W Cite Tota In Tha Bcrald'i S3 DCS OoataL
Bring Your Tires Here
All Kinds of Vulcanising and
9018 M Strawt N. WV.
we Gin Votes is Tb Btnld'i t0N Cbattst
(Formerly the Auto Gxchanre
Bear to announce that on or about,.
October 20 they will move to
their new quarters
1317 New York Ave.
SUE WEEK ONLY
Introductory Offer Only
Seat -CoTtrlnrs. Storm Aprons. Dost
CoTers. Bids Curtains. Send Postal
titifial -ii Ttf CtHiy,
408-7 13 St M. W. M. S212
3pp. DUtrlct Bids.
W Grn Votea in Tha Benlda GUN Contest.
GEO. W. BEALL
1NSH.SL.I.V. - M.7IIS
We Clm Votes la The Herald! SBjet Ooatcat.
AITIUHILES Fll HIE
Five and seven passenger cars,
Itlt L St N.W.
Phone V. 1470.
W Orra Vetts la Tb Berald'a aV.a CooteaL
Apsjsjl SiSaaWev awaraaTaji BjTaaaBjSjBjs?
Storaxa Bmtterlea repaired and re-
aawad. iKnltloa aad Ushtlnr Battar
Hat jCharKad aad: Built to Order.
Phona H. till. Rear lUs X, St. It. WV
We Pits Votea at Tea Hefalf a am. rmlas
A photographer's tripod, that folds ao
compactly .'that lt.oanbeCearriedlaa
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READY FOR OPENING
OF CONTEST BUILDING
All Prizes in Herald Contest to Be Shown, and Manu
facturers to Give Away Samples.
All Washington was startled yesterday
morning; to read the astonishing- an
nouncement concerning The Washington
Herald's C5.000 contest made by the Ad
vocate, that dapper little gentleman" In
charge of the competition.
While many readers of. The Herald had
a premonition that a btflldjng would be
selected for the purpose of displaying the
various awards, the magnitude, of the
proposition far exceeded all expectations.
Never before had the people of the Na
tional Capital heard of a contest man
ager renting an Atlre three-story build
Ing to display awards.
The building at 714 Thirteenth Street
Northwest will be opened with much
pomp at noon next Wednesday. An or
chestra will give a continuous musical
concert, while the public Is being shown
for the first time actual awards which
the Advocate Is to give away absolute
ly free to the winners of the competition.
The building will remain open until 11
o'clock Wednesday night
Thereafter the building will be open
until the close of the contest dally from
8 o'clock In the morning until 9 o'clock
at jiight. Wednesday. Thursday. Fri
day, and Saturday will be considered In
the light of grand opening days, and will
be replete with many special features.
During these days Velvet ice cream. Uni
versity Club and Palmer's ginger ale.
and W. D. Coffee, prepared on electric
stoves installed by the National Electric
Supply Company, will be given away ab
solutely free to all visitors. The entire
public Is Invited to Inspect the building
and Its contents.
During the four opening days every
contestant who visits the building and
registers will be "given 500 votes. Per
sons not contestants who call at the
buldlng will be given 100 votes to cast
for their favorite contestant. These of
fers hold only for the opening days.
There Is an additional offer, however,
which will last until the close of the
competition next February. Each con
testant who gets a reader of The Her
ald to enter the contest In an active
manner will be given 1,000 votes. Before
the contestant will be given these votes,
the contestant whom be brings Into the
competition must secure 1.000 votes In
addition to the 1.000 votes which he re
ceives as a "starter." In other words,
before the reward of 1,000 votes Is given
the contestant the new contestant must
have to bis credit 2.000 votes.
Advocates New OVaee.
The Thirteenth "Street building begin
ning Wednesday will be the contest
headquarters. In It the Advocate will
have his offices. All votes and mediums
of exchange will be received there In
stead of at The Herald business offlce.
In fact, all of the work, concerning' the
contest which Is now 'handled at The
Herald office in New Torkv Avenue will
be 'transferred to xihe Thirteenth Street
estaDusnmenu i ..
Contestants were delighted vesterday
to see the partial announcemertt of. the
awards to be given to winners of. the
competition. The grand award will be a
'F you want bargains,, in Hard-1
ware ot every description.
' Don't fail to -visit
SMir. Itrifin Stui,' 713 71ft St. I.W.
we uwa vaias as Taa aaaaars ObataaV
Maborany China. Closet, colonial design:
square ends: shelves with plate grooves.
Regularly $50.00. Spep'al, $42.50.
Early English' Oak China Closet, plain de
sign: panel back; ffTlnches long.
Regularly $75m Special, $40.00.
Quartered Oak China Closet, Early English
finish: colonial design.
Regularly $42.00. Special, $36.50.
High-grade Quartered Oak China Closet, full
swell front; adjustable shelves; claw feet.
. Regularly $80.00. Special, $39.75.
Quartered Oak. China Closets, full swell
front; claw feet: adjustable shelves; double
Regularly $30.00. Special, $25.00.
Quartered Oak China Closet, swell front;
removable shelves; claw feet.
Regularly $22.5p. Special, $17.75.
Oak Chairs, Early English finish, with
Spanish leather seats of the full box type.
Regularly $5.00. Special, $2.95.
Early English Oak Dining Chairs, Spanish
leather sest and back; plain design.
Regularly $5.00. Special," $3.95.
Carved Oak Dining Ohalrs. Early English
finish; panel back; square top; slip leather seat.
Regularly $12.00. Special,, $5.00.
Quartered Golden Oak Dining Chairs, plain
design: genuine slip leather seat and panel back.
Regularly $4.50. Special. $3.50.
Quartered Golden Oak Dining Chairs, co
lonial design and rubbed finish; leather seat.
Regularly $5.00. Special, $3.50.
Slahogany-flnished Dining Chairs, panel
back; genuine leather seat.
Regularly $5.00. Special, $3.50.
Armchairs to match, regularly $9.00. Special,
Solid Mahogany Dining Chairs, colonial de
sign; genuine leather seat.
Regularly $12.00. Special, $7.00.
Sixth floor G St.
COOO house and lot. Among the other
leading awards will be four tl."S0 tour
ing cars, four 1750 Baby Grand pianos,
four V2Z player pianos, four MOO upright
pianos, bicycles, chiffoniers, desks, li
brary tables, kitchen tables, lamps, pic
tures, jewelry, ana scores of other arti
cles. These articles will be displayed
from time to tlims at the Thirteenth
Because of the large number of awards
there are 330. valued at an aggregate
of K5.000-U will be Impossible for the
Advocate to display all of them at once.
In order that contestants may have an
opportunity to see all of the articles be
fore the close of the contest, the ..!
clet In the building will be changed fiom
time to time.
The first floor of the building will be
devoted to the display of manufactured
products advertised In connection will,
the contest. Slost of the manufacturers
will give away samples. .Practlcal'y all
of them will offer their goods for sMc.
It will be possible to purchase practi
cally all of the manufactured products
advertised In connection with the con
test. In case -some of the manufacturers
do not nave Dooms, there will be retre-
sentatlves at the building to take orders
BAUD CONCERT TO-DAY.
Bj U. ScMiera' Home Band. 4 V. M.. John
B. 3L ZlmmamaDn. Director.
March, "Our FaTcrita Brsimrat". Ertl
Orerture. "Leonora" Bertlmren
JCortunn mxa "Midsummer Xfent'e
Selection. "Bmlnle" Jakihovkl
Two Portilar Bont Hit
(a) "WatUot for tha Bobert E. Lee".nir
lb) "Hadnc the Baby to Slerp".
Muir and MiDa
Excerrta from "Garret 0'Uath"....OIcott
Finale, 'Somebody Hat la Gettlns It"..
"The Star Bnutlrd Baasrr."
Extensive deposits, of vanadium have
been discovered in Chill In both silver
and copper mines.
Ikinch To -
. From 12 -to 3 a genuine German Luncheon is served
table dTioteV It's, prepared under the direction of an expert
"German chef and is promised of exceptional variety and
merit at the price 40 cents.
JThe Buffet 4s now' open.
r w In the main Dining-room Luncheon is served a la carte.
'Elaborate menus, and popular prices.
Throughout Jthe afternoon and evening a select pro
gramme of.'cnteVtainnient is rendered by artists of metropoli
tan reputation. The1 strictest censorship assures nothing in
consistenfrwitlfthe utmost oropriety.
FifWnfll arid F Strvr
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sfrfeaR sSBSh?,? .;; &Mt
II ! II ' i I
If 1st lUbel'Boardniaa la visiting bar sis
ter; lira. Wlnthrop Murray Crane, at Dal
ton. Mass. She will make as addreas at
tha annual meeting of the Berkshire Red
Croat Society In Plttsfleld.
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen O. Richer have
returned to Washington. They spent tha
summer In New England and September
at Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. 8tuyvesant Fish gave an
old-fashioned country dance Saturday
night at their beautiful home. GlencIyfTe
Farm, Garrison, N,. T. There were about
one hundred guests who came In various
costumes. There were country milk
maids, farmers, gardeners and rural con
Mrs. Fish supervised the decorations of
toe large ball, and wagon loads of
autumn foliage, corn shocks, pumpkins,
and wheat sheaves were used to give the
rooms an aspect of an old time farm
house and burn. Country "fiddlers" sup
plied the music and played the eld tunes
for the old-fashioned farm dances. She
was assisted In the preparations by
Miss Adele S. Colgate. Mr. Stuyvesant
Fish, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fllne,
and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Robinson.
Some of the others present were Mr. and
Mrs. Hamilton Fish and family, Mr. and
Mrs. William Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Carroll of Bal
timore, the Misses Estelle Colby and
Lota Robinson. Mr. Edward Livings
ton, the Misses Arden. Mr. and Mrs.
YTHIIam Church Osborn, Prof, and Mrs.
Henry F. Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Sanger, and Miss Josephine Osborn. :
Mrs. Barker, wife of Rear Admiral Bar
ker, U. S. N., retired, has returned to
ber home In N Street. She spent the
summer months in Massachusetts and
Albany. N. Y.
Mrs. Walter Brooks. Jr., who with her
husband will spend most of the winter
in Washington, has gone West with her
mother, Mrs. Edward T, Stotesbury, for
a ten-day trip.
Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson Mayre,
of Baltimore, came to Washington last
week on a farewell visit to Mrs. George
-i nomas Mayre. jr., who with her sister.
Mrs. Moreland, of Newport, R. I., sails
on the Mauretama, October 3, to spend
the winter abroad. Mrs. Moreland will
place her daughter In a school In Parts.
Capt. Mason Gullck. U. S. M. C.. and
Mrs. Gullck. spent the week-end with
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Magruder. They
will return to New York to-day.
Mr. Robert McBIalr, who has resided
In Washington for the last rno years.
has returned to Norfolk, Va., where be
will make his future home.
Rear Admiral Royal B. Bradford, p. S.
N., who is still at his country place in
Maine, will return to Washington short
ly and Join Mrs. Bradford, who bus al
ready opened her residence in P Street.
The District of Columbia section of the
Woman's National Democratic League
has completed arrangements for a bene
fit performance at the Columbia Theater
this evening. The attraction will
be Miss Henrietta Crosman in "The Real
Mrs. John Rodgers has returned to this
city and opened her house In Sixteenth
Street. She spent September at Hot
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth will
not return to Washington this winter.
Their hospitality will be greatly missed.
Mrs. Charles Poor has Just returned to
Washington and opened her residence in
Twenty-first Street, where she will be
Joined by her daughter, Mrs. Maus. wife
ct Brig. Gen. Marion P. Maus, in the
Miss Katherlne Whjte, daughter of
Mrs. S. H. White, and a grand-daughter
of Brig. Gen. Horatio Gibson. U. S. A..
retired. Is to be presented to Washington
society at a tea given by her mother and
aunt. Mrs. Atkinson, wife of IJeut. Col.
ill. W. Atkinson, at the latter's home In
Fr aK ,"..r .....i ,.i.iBaA
x uvivv. .wi. aim iib. Ainiuwu arc
recent arrivals In Washington.
Mrs. AU)n K. Capron has returned to
Washington from Boston, and has
opened her apartment at the Lonsdale
for the winter.
Rear Admiral John Upshur. U. S. N.,
and Mrs. Upshur have reached Wash
ington, and have opened their apart
ment at the Farkwood for the season.
Mrs. Heathcote S. Grant, wife of the
British Naval Attache, arrived in Wash
ington yesterday, accompanied by their
three children, and Joined Capt. Grant
at the Grafton. They have leased a
house fn Eighteenth Street for the win
Society In Washington Is Interested In
the wedding this week of MlJ Catherine
N. Cameron, daughter of the late Sir
Roderick Cameron, and Judah II. Sears.
It will be celebrated on Thursday after
noon nt I o clock at the Cameron coun
try place, Clifton Berley, In Rosebank.
Staten Island. The Rev. Dr. Lelghton
Parks, rector of St. Bartholomew's
Church, and Dr. E. A. Dodd, rector of
St. John's Church In Rosebank, will be
the officiating clergymen. There will be
several guests from the Capital City
ana New York for the ceremony and
the reception to follow.
The bride will be given away by her
m-otner, Duncan Cameron. She will
have as her attendant her niece. Miss
Mary Cameron ho will act as a flower
girl. Zenas Sears, Jr., will be bis broth
er's best man.
The Lincoln Circle of the Ladles of
the G. A. R. met at the home of the
vice-president. Mrs. Jeannie Harvey
Street, recently. A pleasant social hour
was spent after the regular business.
Mrs. NIda Pcabody announced she would
day in the
-) - sasartfc VWsalt
w , .
read a paper at the next nwetlng on her
trip to Europe last sumrar. Mrs. Em
ma 8. Brlnton, who alto traveled In
Europe last summer, gave an tnlerett
Ingxccount of her Journey.
Kev. Dr. Junes Montgomery Would
Have All DcaoaiaatioaU Com
bine in Figit Against Vice.
A "church trust with revision upward
and not downward," was advocated In a
sermon by Rev. Dr. James 8hera Mont
gomery, at Metropolitan Memorial
Church, yesterday. Dr. Montgomery.
Preaching on "The Religion of To-morrow."
declared that there should be de
nominational combination, In which theo
logical difference would be relegated to
the rear, and Individual church ambition
crucified and all energies concentrated
against the vices of the hour.
"The religion to to-morrow will be
built more thoroughly about Jesus," said
Dr. Montgomery. "He Is the Son of
Man. This Is to be more and more the
watchword and dictum of the future
church. No creed can hold Him. He Is
bigger than any theology ever conceived
by man. No metaphysician Is great
enough to define Him.
"The religion of to-morrow will make
the Christ truth personal truth, and
transform theology into twentieth cen
tury flesh and blood, and w. shall nm
adjourn our hopes from this earth to
the next world. Its rhlef builnee will
be to get heaven Into men Instead of
men into neaven.
"The tendency of to-day is toward one
ness, unity, and simplicity. To-day there
should be a church trust, with revision
upward and not downward: riennmlna.
tlonal combination. In which theological
ainerences would be relegated to the
rear, and Individual church ambition
crucified and - all energies concentrated
against tne vloes of the hour."
WHETHER elaborate ef
fects or a simple
be desired, yon can rely upon
ns satisfying the requirements
to the letter.
It will be a pleasare for 'as
eoafer with yoa oa this aabjeet,
saake saa-geatloas aad sabsslt ea.
Roses, and other fashionable
flowers fresh from the grow
ers every day. Reasonable
ISrTDIE PALMS and FERNS,
all wanted varieties, 50c up.
SS&. 14th and H 5
We artve Herald SZMKW
We are not running any spe
cial bargain sales or making
any extravagant statements
about our goods, but you will
always find here one of the
most complete lines of High
grade Pianos Talking Ma
chines and General Musical
Merchandise to be obtained in
the city and at the lowest
possible prices and terms.
We have recently ordered
FOUR CARLOADS OF NEW
PIANOS AND FLAYERS
to replenish our stock, and are
to-day hauling these instru
ments into our 4-story ware
rooms. If you will call early you
will find a splendid assortment
from which to make a selec
tion. PERCY S. FOSTER,
The Piano Merchant,
1330 G Street.
Phones Main 317 and 318.
an art in
which we have
J. H. Small & Sons,
Corner 15th andM Sts.
New York Waldorf-Astoria,
11 S3 Broadway
ARCADE SKATING RINK
4ta at, aaa Park R4.
I-TIIEE SESSMHS UllY
Tit Kilties, &(j
iUR stock is nowcom-
plete, and upon mspec-';
Hon will lie found the"
largest and most ,compTeeh-'
sive display of Coffee PercoJ
iators, Charing Dishes ,and ao
ccssones, Tea Makers, Tea
Special attention is directed
to our display of owr two
dozen sizes in the "various
makes of Co'ooer and Nicker
Coffee Percolator Ums, em-J
bracing the noted "Meteor,".
"Universal," Sternau," and
French makes priced from
$4.50 and $5.00 up.
Nickel Percolator Coffee
Pots from $1.75
Alcohol Burner Coffee
Pot Stands from $2.00.
New designs In Chafing Dishes,
with latest Improved burners.
Over two dozen styles. An ex
ceptionally fine dish In copper
or nickel at IS.i'O. Chafing Dish
Trays, Screena. Forks. and
Spoons and other accessories.
Dulin& Martin Go.
Pottery, Porcelain, Cklaa, Glaaa,
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St
MOST BKtCTOFIJI, THEATRE
Attraction! Equities Uae U Theatres. v
Th Onnle Oira btar CotcedUn. -
Tke Theatre Dea Arta Seaaatioa,
PNCHIT'S FLYING BALLET
Laura Gnerlte and Arthur Caa
rad. Hal Stepbeaa Jt Co. Clara
Iasre. Sally aad llnaaey. Stelarr
Trio. ate. 8 Ills; Hits.
leztWeek-ULI HASEI S CO,
with Thoa. D. niebarda. WUILa
Family. Toot Dtasle A Co, Ac.
Bay Seats Tiday.
Dallr Jlatlneea. Iarladlasr Sat
urdays and Holidays Box Smf.
iSO Crata. All Other Seats, 23 Crats.
r.vraiaCM rnnrrwin no.
Seats. ll Mraaalmr Box Seats,
.10 Cratat Orchestra Frost Seats,
" Ceatsi All Other Orchestra
Seats, SO Crats; Meaxaslse Floor
Heats, XI Cestaj Balroay, S3
rbnoe Mam Ml Tor BinUe or Season Itta
cmtlrna. Which Win Ba HeM Until 131
and 73) d Uw I)aT Selected. I
NATIONAL To-lht at siis.
HH I larwMae jiata. Wed. aad stat.
rOPCLAIt MAT. WEDNESDAy. a..
COIIAN A HAEItlS ITrT.t
Douglas Fairbanks in
HAWTHORNE, U. S. A.
A Comrdr of Thrills. H-xt T!irol. and Lanshtcr.
Ily JAMES BAKNAKD FAtiAX.
" The Great Southwest
Ort. 3. ranfie CWrt: Not 7. Trlkflntona IVx.
fieats now felll-ic lev all lecturid.
Prfcw. so; . 7Z&, l.
IHT WKI Mat". Wed. and Sat. .tl il TUonJar.
JO-t M. IITES ITricllM
TrtlBrr TlI."! JH.aI-!
Ftoniet plir rrrr written." Kalvr WUhelnu
rAMor i.vrntNATiONAr. cast.
rT'.U :itthome. Vera Kinler. Uaendnbn Pie-.
"SiT1 i5H?Bac- .1'n nrdUr. Mark MnithJ
William Kelle and lieorra Clraham.
ABOKN SE CO.
Sprdal Pmlurticil of Plamjaettsa Muteniecr
THE CHIMES OF NORMAN a Y
Xlghts, ssr to S1--.0. Wed. and Sat.
Mats, " to 1.
'barm, and Smt.
jtiauncu .uttiHArii lTTctl
Hcirietta ,,. "The Real
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