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pattern. Special, per yard. (LIS
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$1.2? quality; $5 newest patterns
to select from. Special, per
20x18 Extra Fine Union Huck
Towels; 22c quality: plain white
or red borders. Special, each.-lPe
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GEO. D. SINCLAIR
615 Penn. Ave. N. W.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL BLDO.
W Gin Tola is Tna Herald. SS.0OJ Contest.
just received a
Fancy Golden Grimes
The beauty apple, either cooking
or eating, at prices that are
right. Quality guaranteed.
First and Ton Sh.
Phone Nana 2377
We give Herald (2000
22 . Our Candles are much ..
than the factory kind. It Is pur, n 1 '
expert candy makers, in & el?
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Wtere ibu tt ef Foodihilti caa
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prW. UtU, VUb. VDd frovtstou
409 Third !f M ta
We Clre lotn m Toe Herald J3 ooo Conteot.
: Mew Store New Stock
J.FURXISIIINGS THAT WILL PLEASE
MEN M'HO DRESS TVELL.
: M. LEVITAN & CO.
5 . 14TII ST. W. w.
g We glre olet In The Herald S3 wo contest.
Lowe Bros. H. S. Paints
.cover from SO to 100 more
I square feet than the ordl
Jnary saint, and It lat
'from 2 to 3 years longer
therefore. It coRts less. It
won't chalk or blister.
DE MAINE & CO.
1213 M St N. W.
We Gin Votes la Tb. BenVTs S5.0OJ Costs.
. High-grade Groceries,Provisions,&c.
EwrTthlnf tte beat at lea tbtn tbt meal pdctm.
Prompt, cocrtraai aenice.
Edward F. Davis,
Honored to 3100 13th St., corner Park Road.
wa urra voif xa xd umidi tSJSD t
Fresh Meau and Frovlslona
r Home Dressed Poultry and Game In
,901 U St. N. W. Fkni I. 687
Phone Orders Promptly Delivered.
We Otrs Votsa la The Heralds fajts Cbmm.
EVER TOO BUSY
n to answer anr Questions
" may ask us concerning Paints
3, ana z.aimeu
HODCKIN'S :"ily Paint Stero,
nskslllisj 9 13 vsitth trsjt
vv si sscniisi m i i.sj esrstieax votea.
It McvkessNo Difference
Whether you own a U.00 BroTmls or a
'.tlOO Kodak, you will learn How to Make
Good Pictures from the handy. Instruc-
"tlTe little book for the amateur photoc-
rapher, 23c ,
- W. J. UIISE, Nt I SL R. W.
f. W aire HeralsV tKSMe csateat votes..
.- 20 wafers Golden Rule Stomach
Wafers for acidity, flatulency.
- COST 10c
' dHlat' Mimn New Jersey and
,"?". s IssWIi New Tork Aves. N.W.
"s stito Msaraia rsumo esntsu
Pans. Ink. Tablets. Composition
Books. Rulers, and all School Ac
II $1 bottle. 65c full pint I
I 909 Seventh Street I
BY 160 LODGE
Member. Wwti Iriti Celeknte
Eu Beetioa tp tke
EABBI SOLOS IS TO,
Commiiiioner Sadolpli and Simon
Wolf Among Speakers at
Prominent citizens representing the so
cial, scientific, professional, and business;
Interests of the District, convened at the
New Ebbltt last night to celebrate "the
election of Julius!. Peyser to the prest'
dency of .'District- Grand Lodge. 'No. S,
B'nal Brltb. under .auspices of Argo
Dodge. I. O. B. B. No. 4TX, Rev. Dr.
Abraham Simon acted aa toastmaster.
A t long-distance "telefake" message
from President Taft was received by
Toastmaster Simon, in which the Presi
dent offered Mr. Peyser his sincere con
gratulations, at the same time express
ing the opinion that Mr. Peyser -would
never do as Judge of the Juvenile Court."
A toast was drunk to President Taft. and
the mention of his name provoked ap
plause. Commissioner Cuno H. Rudolph of
fered to Mr. Peyser his congratulations.
Rev. Dr. Marcussom, of South Carolina,
brought greetings from the members of
the lodge from his State. Frank J. Ho
gan spoke on "Friendship" and the
many pleasant years he had enjoyed In
the personal friendship of Mr. Peyser.
Simon Wolf Speaks.
Simon Wolf, who responded to the toast
of "Our International Order," spoke of
the great Influence of the order In all
parts of the world. Among others who
spoke In honor of Mr. Peyser were
Joseph Salabes, of Baltimore; Rabbi
Louis Stern, Charles W. Darr, Milton
strasburger, and Sol Herzog.
An "extra" describing the banquet, as
printed In the Argo News, published by
Sol Herzog, was distributed while the
banquet was In progress. It evoked
amusement and told of the doings of
the "14.000 guests" at the banquet and
mildly "roasted' those who took prom
District No. 5. of which Mr. Peyser Is
president. Includes the orders in the
States of Virginia, Maryland, North
Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and
the District of Columbia.
Among those present were:
Oram B. Morris. A. X Mirer. 8 W. Strauss,
I. U Blout. Albert Sigmund. Frank Foer, Abe
Sigmund. Dim A. Ber. Jicob Kohner. Mix UP
penhcuner. Ed. Kohncr, Charles A. Goldsmith.
Isaac Gana. Dr Abrun blmon. Milton SttssbuTger,
Adolnh Flahel. Hirrr Hahn. Joseph L. Tepper.
Abrun Stern. Isaac Ileidenbeiinrr. Julias Kanhnsn.
Mix Goodman. Louis Abrahams. J Henrog. A. 1.
IMnce. Joseph LnT, tmon Wolf. Meyer Cohen.
Ellis nridenheimer. SoL Ileraog. Mix Cobra.
Mom Elsmman. DiTid Klbn. Samuel Guns,
Samoel Stelnberger. Dr J. Alien. Joel Hillman.
George B. Unains, Emanuel Rice. Sigmund Kaut
mm. Joaerji Strasburger. Moire Solomon. Harry
trni Ganns. George Ingham, faol. Meyer,
uder. Hecry Breelau. Charles Flesner.
er. Adolpb WerL George FrSedluder.
7 x i Albert btetnem. aiosee jicssoa. isi-
A IV- U George D Homing. Lewi Rr Kitn.
tn" wauier Jirmii, lunwure , ,
Chirles Wolf. Jsoob 8. Kinn. Jnlhis Lanburrh,
Iuc Ilermin. Leoa fitraou. Mix Hlrsb. u. uien
M Stein. Isidore Grosner. Tyler Nord-
Cnirles bebwirtt, B. Urlngston. Unit
JULIUS X. PEYSER.
Bush. P. Lazarai. I Jr. Tnnaw, S. V. Gnaack,
A I btnuboixvr. It A, Pelzmas, Joaeph Stein.
Frtdtrick yi E'elzman, H. Jtffe. Melrta Behrraili.
Samuel GlaT, McreT Fellbelnvr, D J. Kanfman,
8rcnel yorwcoa. Dare RothicfclM, Chaiiei K.
Dins Dr Harrr Kaufman. Dr. Looia Stern. Lea
Baumgarteo. R, B H Lyon. Abe Llebraan. B.
Iicbman. I. H. Btrubarser, A. Kann. J. Knars
thai. N. Samuelfi, B Schwwtz. Joa?ph Kins, Hory
U. Kaufnun. il. G rressKr. Zodl Stnuburmr,
L. CallUher. Gforx Stein. Alrin Hoffa, I. S. GoM-
amltn. Abe laseman. Jia Euettun. A. U Adler.
Bm Drjim. Gforje Btraaburccr. L E. Kahn, Sara
Hart. Bfrt Cobra. L. B, Scbloas. Dr. Ben Lmb.
hen Jaduon. Alrln L. Nemnejrr. Sidney Gnnat,
M. G. JlcCwmlck, Emanuel Speich, ar. Lea Mor
ris. Darid Meiner. William Barman, Ltrala Cohen.
JuUuf ueia. iiorru tro. Judi JJe Lacct.
Mxr Fisher. Simon Lyon. A. Koenaborger, Frank
J. Hocan. B. A. Curtain. Edrtdffe E Jordan.
Charles W. Darr, Dr A.D. Jacobaoo. Han. Cuno
H. BadolDb. Dr. F. U BoaenthaL Oolmnbua. Ga.
Lionel WriL Goldaboro. X. a; ilflton Klein. At-
lint a. O.: Ed. I Lerr. Btchmond. a.; Joaerjtk
Salabes. Baltimore. Md.; Isaac E. Marcoaon.
Charieatos. S, C; Sol Fejaer and William Gamer.
Newport Newt, V.; P. Bob. Bob Martin H. C.
Adler. Charlea WoU. Helrtlle ru&er.
By New Tork Telegraph.
First race Brynary, Chinook.
Second race Insurance Man,
Third race Rosseaux, Back
Bay, Winning Widow.
'Fourth race Amalfl, Supersti
tion, Bedwell entry.
Fifth raoe The Squire. Orbed
Sixth race Futurity, Little Ep,
First race Time's Nightmare,
Second race Sleeth, Miss
Third race Solar Star. Floral
Fourth race Rifle Brigade, Go
Well. Sprightly Miss.
Fifth race Gay Bird, Wona
why. Cash on Delivery.
Sixth race Joe Delbold, Mud
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I -'J!l I'esBewstadgaleafels) tnsaafceg presaat I
steady, ly. TeXSl. JfasgM MwWirSOi.
Doors at 714 TbktentJi
Flung Wide at
-The entire public is cordially invited to inspect the nrsr home of
The Washington Hersld's 125.000 contest," aald the Advocate Jaat nlrht.
"lam ready to receive all Waahlnxton. Everything; Is in readiness for
the openinc A cordial reception will he tendered every one. It to un
necessary to urge the contestants to visit the home. If they are wise
they will be at the building: each of the four opening- days with armies of
friends. Each friend seta 100 votes to cast for his favorite contestant.
"The building In the first place Is the home of the contest. It to the
Advocate's headquarters. In the second place. It to the display house for
the awards, and In the third place It Is a big store where the manufactur
ers . advertising In connection with the competition will display their
goods and offer them for sale to the public
"Every .reader of The Herald, whether a contestant or not. to Invited
to .the contest home. A good time to Insured every one who attends.
There to no admission. Sample will be given away." "
With attractive features, the contest
home of The Washington Herald's' 5,000
competition, located at 71t Thirteenth
Street Northwest, will be formally
opened to the public at noon to-day. It
Is expected that from theopenlng of tho
doors until the extinguishing tof the
lights at 11 o'clock to-night a continuous
stream of Interested persons will pass
through the building from end to end
and from floor to floor, dazzled by the
displays and puzzled over the astound
Irg offers being made by The Advocate.
The day will be marked by many spe
cial features. An orchestra will present
a continuous musical programme, which
haa' beem very carefully prepared.
Velvet ice creaza. University Club and
Palmer's ginger ale. and-W. D. coffee,
prepared on electric stoves furnished by
the National Electrical' Supply Company.
Bill be sened to visitors. Slar.y of the
manufacturers displaying their products
on the flret floor will gie away samples.
Eer thing now Is reads- for the open
ing of the building. The Advocate and
his assistants worked until long after
last midnight putting the finishing
touches on the work. All of the booth
on the flrst floor haie been decorated
and stocked with products The various
awards on the second and third floors
have been unpacked and duted and ar
AT VERA CRDZ
Continued from page one.
ing forces. Consequently no predictions
sre being made as to the probable out
come of the battle. Reports that the Fed
erals Intend to go over to the banner of
Gen Diaz as soon as the two forces get
within range of each other are being re
It was reported yesterday from Terra
zas that the store of the Rio TInto Cop
per Company, has been looted by the
rebels operating in the State of Chi
huahua. They burned the pumping plant,
with the result that the entire works
hae been closed.
DIAZ REBELS AWAIT
0FEHING OF ATTACK
Vera Cruz. Oct. 21 The rebels of Gen.
Felix Diaz are awaiting to-night the
opening guns of an attack by the Fed
eral forces which began their march
upon this city at noon to-day. Gen.
Beltran sent word to the City Council
late to-day that the battle could be ex
pected at any time, and the authorities
ordered that no more noncombatants be
allowed to move to the neutral city.
Most of the refugees are aboard harbor
craft In the zone declared neutral be
tween the American consulate and the
United States cruiser Des Moines which
is at anchor about 00 yards from shore.
Six thousand foreigners and 10,000 Mexi
cans am aboard boats on this strip of
water. William Canada, the American
consul. Is In charge of the foreign situ
ation. All the foreign consuls are aboard
boats under the protecting guns of the
Not more than fifty Americans remain
within the city.
General Diaz has posted his artillery
on the heights In the outskirts and no
fighting will take place within the city
unless the artillery is forced to abandon
their position. The advancing Federals
are believed to be not more than aa
hour's march from the city.
Not Implicated In Robbery.
James C Woodward, the awning
maker arrested on Friday last on sus
picion of having stolen jewelry valued
at several hundred dollars from th'e resi
dence of Ma. Albert -8. McLemore, U.
S. M. C, who Uvea at K55 Northampton
Street, was yesterday released from cus
tody. Detectives say they have learned
that Woodward Is not In any way impli
cated In the robbery. "
Xnatsstb CBssrUac. 70 jers, MS lfsssstauwUa
JoUa M. Dana. X, WC Sherasn Ate, aw.
Aaaie K. Goddsrd Jane. . 3aT7 Dumbarton At.
Jeka Lark, It, OottrrmaX Hostt. Insane.
m, Ouiaasssst Bcspt, lasts
ijm il mi,.'".''.1''?- . I
way flUisji y Iaiy8Jg4es .OasM amy ,1
Street Northwest to Be
ranged artistically so as to be shown
o(T to best advantager The building has
been decora) ed throughout by Oude
Brothers and Blacklstone. two of the
florists advertising In connection with
A special offer Is being made during
the four opening days, that to. until the
closing time next Saturday. Every con
testant who visits the building and regis
ters will be given SCO votes. Every per
son not a contestant who visits the con
test home will be given 100 votes to cast
for his favorite contestant Contestants
should not delay In the matter of visit
ing the building and bringing their
friends slong with them. This special
offer lasts during only the flrst four
days. During these days Velvet lee
cresm. ginger ale, and coffee will be
given away to the guests.
Public la Invited.
After to-day the contest home will be
open dally from 8 o'clock in the morn
lrg until 9 o'clock at night. The public
is cordially Invited to Inspect the build
ing and Its contents. Practically all of
the manufacturers giving away votes In
the contest have erected booths In the
Thirteenth Street building. At these
stands It will be possible to purchase the
various products and receive votes at the
rate of one for each Ave cents In pur
chase. Of course, the labels, wrappers,
S.c, from the products will be redeemed
1 The Advocate at the rate of one vote
for each cent In purchase.
It will be possible for contestants to
purchase at the building any of the
products good for otes in the contest.
In case some of the manufacturers do
not offer their goods for sale in the
building there will be representatives of
the Arms on hand to take orders from
visitors. The public should remember
that the Thirteenth Street building is a
store as well as a headquarters for The
The public should not forget the
special offer of The Advocate made for
the flrst time Isst Sunday. This offer
lasts until the end of the competition
next February. Each contestant who
gets a reader of The Herald to enter
the competition in an active manner U1
be given 1.000 votes. This reward will
not be given until The Herald reader
(the new contestant) gets 1.000 votes to
his credit, that Is, until he secures 1.000
vote In addition to the 1.000 which he
gets upon entering the race.
Many new awards reached the building
yesterday. Among tnem were book
cases, sectional book cases, music cabi
nets, china closets, chafing dishes, elec
tric percolators, electric toasters, fancy
lamp shades, statuary, brass bed, bicy
cles, tables, chairs, sofas, clothes rack.
and scores of other articles. A total of
350 awards will be given to the winners
of the contest. The leading awards are
a J3,0"0 house and lot. four 11.250 touring
cars, four 759 Baby Grand pianos, four
$CS plajer p'anos, and four WOO upright
C. E. Drpt. ct Africnltcre. Weather Bonan.
UTuMoiton. D C. Oct. SL. 17U-S f Ta.
Thtre will be rain WtdrmOaj in the Atlantic
Uta etnenllr with lower temperatures by rjirht.
followed br fair and cool weather on Tocrsdir
Xa the iaterlor as fir West as the Rorfcy Moun
t.ln.. the weather will be fair Wednesday and
ThurwlA, except in the Northwest, with rislar
temperatares Wednesday from the Rocky MoocUins
to the Mlsalastppt Valley, and on Thursday in the
central eaueys am the Lake Region. In the
Northwest the weather will be unsettled, with
nlu. that will extend by Thursday Into Mlnne-
Kta. srvt will be followed by falltaf temperatures.
with local rains c
Midnight. : t . m., ST; I a. nv. ST: a. m.,
5: 8 s. m.. &s: 10 a- ra.. 63: 13 noon. TO: 2 n. m..
72. 4 pi m.. 71: I pk m.. fit; 8 p ra-, 87; 10 p. m., 65.
Highest, 73; lowest, 3
ItelaUre humidity 8 a. m , 95; 2 p. CL. 63; 8
a m.. 77.
Rainfall (8 p. m. to 8 p ra.) 018. Hours of
sunshine. 0.1. Per cent of possible sunshine, L
Temperatnrs sam data last year Highest, 67;
Trnaperatnre In Other Cities.
Temperatures In other citiea, together with the
smount of rainfall for the twenty-four hours ended
st 8 p. m, ytsterdsy, art as foUowst
Max. Mln. I p. m. tali.
Aahenile. N. a a 88 82 0 02
Atlanta, Ga. M 58 82
Atlantic City, N. J. .. 68 80 H
Bismarck, St. Dak. M 22 48
Boston, Mass. 88 8 M
Buffalo. K T. 88 88 82 0.40
Chicago, ID. SO 48 48 0J8
Cincinnati. Ohio 88 62 52 0 88
Cheyenne, Wyo. . 64 20 48 ....
Darenport, Iowa 48 42 41 09
Denrer. Ooto. 82 28 Si ....
Des Moines. Iowa.......... so 38 48
Duluth, Minn. 44 20 24
Gslrcston, Tex. Tl 72 88
Helena. Mont. 88 21 88
Indiinapolla, Ind 80 80 44 0 11
JacksonrlUe, Ha. 80 88 7?
Kansas City, Mo. . 88 38 CO 0 02
Little Bock, Ark. 81 84 58 0 08
Los Angeles. CaL. 74 M 64
Maiuuetta, Mich. C 42 38 0 40
Memphis, Term. ft U U 0.13
New Orleans. La. 82 88 80 .
New Tork, N. T. 64 84 82 .
North Platte. Nebr .. (2 28 50
Omaha. Nebr. 84 34 48
rhllsdelphls. Pa. ... .. 74 80 84 0 08
Pittsburg. PS, C8 88 82 016
Portland. Me. 58 28 M
Portland. Ore. 82 44 48 (
Bait Lake City. Utah.-... 68 38 84
St. Louis, Mo. 82 44 46 (
St. Paul. Minn. 48 38 44
Sen Francisco. CsL.. ... 82 80 58 0 08
Springfield. I1L 80 44 48 0 50
Tacoms, Wash. 50 .. 48 0 52
Tsmps, Fla. 88 68 76
Toledo. Ohio 88 58 84 I
Vkksburg. Miss. 71 88 68 .
To-day-High tide. ISt a. m.; 64 p. m. Low
tins. UxS a. m.: BJJ p. ra.
To-morrow Hlsfa. tide, 63! s. m.; 6:43 pi so.
Low tide. 12-46 a. m.; US pi m.
Alexander P. and Tense G. Shaw, boy.
Joseph snd Blanche C. UctrtTer, fhi.
Hairy and Mary A. Smith, boy.
Louis C. and Nan T. Psladlni. boy.
Walter and Ansa 0Hara, boy.
Barmond and Maris Somtll, girt.
Jossph J. and Lucy K. Inscoe, girt.
Joseph and Annie rareness, girt.
LtacUa A. and Qraos L Darts, girt.
Jaasas and Edna Watson, girt.
Raymond and Marie Hoghea. girt.
Harrison and Baby Parker, boy,
Charlea and Ksa Powell, boy.
Oven and atari Tolsoa. girl.
Isaac and sweat Hams. nor.
ABssit X. and Carrie Ifsswces. -boy.
Ml.a. Ms. Jsja,sea
S " IB 111
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914 F Street
TAH0EIN0 TO MEN AND WOMEN.
Doors Open at
John A. Wheat, a and Blanche Da Ssle Brans.
I. both of McLean. Vs. Ber. William I. Mj-Kenney
Earl 0. Shelley. B. and Helen M. WaDerer. .
both of Harriaburg. Pa. Ber. Paul R. Illckok.
Leon Ucbtenstdn. 3, and Gnyda Tanccy. 14, both
ot itlchmond. Vs. Ber. O. W. Swift.
Edward B. Hoering. B. of Baltimore. Mi. and
& B. Bottomley. tt Bef. Andrew .L Carey
John McD Ferguson 40. snd "?A 2er'
ZL both of Pittsburg. Pa. Ber. C. Ernest Granger.
John. Welgcrt. ft and Louis. M. I'ctrler. 3
Bet. J. B. Both. . .
Oark A. Simpson. V. of trnchburg. U, snd
Lucille D. Horton. 38. both of rearch. a. Ber.
James S. Montgomery. pmiii n
Harry C. Ward, a and Bobbie , T. PUMps. a.
tethot Mount Jsckson. M. Bee. George- W.
JTb HarxletTtr. snd Mabel C, Conner. 18.
ss rf iLrtatonrt. Va. Her. Donew u. J-acue.
a"- " . M
ud Helen S. Betud, &
J.trvsva . rrijonnoa-. -.
"ScSrSSnl: gfaffi-. Alsop. B. B.
WfiSrJwSd. S8, arat Wllhelmlna Mullen.
Ber. Chartea F. Edwards.
'Will Tallc eta ToberctUoala.
On Sunday. Octpber T. the members of
the C E- Society of Mount Tabor
rknii. -win ba addressed by James
Keating, the vice chairman of the infor
mation committee of the Mount Pleasant
ryns-rratlonal Church Society, oa 1se
I CorigwgmtlOBai t
'ublect ot 7ube
TttbJect ot ruberctUoiia,"
The Advocate Invites you to the opening of his
. hwrtnuarlers to-day. Spacious building. 1
Th7rteentl?Street Northwe.t. Grand display of awards,
ind exhibit of manufactured products in he Heralds
?S 000 contest. Orchestra. Tlsese and other Products
will be serted: "VeUet Kind' Ice Cream, Roses from
Side Broi: sample After Dinner and Deer Head Cl-Siis-
WD Coffee, made on electric stove furnished
1 National Electrical Supply Company; Palmer-a and
12 o'Clock To-day
LATEST All IEWEST IESIIIS M
See me for up-to-date Ideas. Estimates
1. 1195-11 1451 P SL R. W.
We give Herald 3M0 ceateet vwtae.
GE0BGE F. ZUBH0BST,
XAST CAPITOL R.
awtsM'-- 188T. CHAS. B. ZUBUOBST. atse.
J. TVaXMAX LEE, Faaeral Dlreetsrr
and Embshser. Llrery tn connection. Cosamodiows
Chapsl sad Madera Crematortmn. sfodast prise.
tS fwaaaylTsnla Am nw. Telephone Kara nas.
W. R. SPEARE,
B-USIBAL DIBCCTOB AND gMBAUIgaV
940 F Street N. W.
WASU1NOTOX O. &
Phones Main St
FRANK A. SPEARE. Mmitf.
A FDSEBAL FL0WEXS
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.. , here. A showing- that an
ticipates and provides for every
demand. Stylish bags, in all the
new grain Seal. Walrus. Sea
Lion, and Russia Leathers.
The aizes range from 13 Inches
Jo IS Inches In length. Leather
lined, with pockets, and trimmed
In gilt, gun metal, and nickel
$4.75 to $18
tt.H ai. $3.51 .) iia
values - . - Z.UU
THESE are Quality Handbags
in every respect, snd In
the most attractive shapes.
Made of genuine grain leather,
and leather lined, with pocket.
Handsome gilt frames. Juat the
... i.a,.hV,aoa? ,ou want at
to $1.50 less than you would
expect to pay.
Headquarters for Travelers'
. 1219 F St. N.W.
We grave Beralel sWMWO
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sonsBrglcal: SOO-psg. book tree. Apply by mail. 818
Colorado Bids, rrsa lectors tor women Wsuaasssys
at 138 p. as. aVU
Always kasp oa hand an acaple
supply of MIUXB'8 Belf Baiatng
Buckwheat to mast the rtsmanrls
of Customars who instst on haeing
the beet. It's a QCAUTT prod
uct absolcteiy pur. properly
gsyWe sre wholesalers ONLT.
L B. EARNSHAW BRO..
Wbslsselsra, 11th aad at Sts. a. U.
A wave of prosperity Is
sweeping the country which
wljl make fortunes for many
men and women who have the
courage to act now. by taking
a financial Interest In new op
portunities. Any one having
$150 they will Invest now In
my national advertising proj
ect can share in half the prof
its and expect from $1,000 to
$2,000 return tn six months.
Address POTOMAC 400. care
KEPPLEB-On Tuesday, October JX pu,
at 7p.ro, ANNIE hL. wife rfTVJfflevS
Kcppler. at their reateaeace, tsa gfa-Ui
Street Southeast. , -' - f
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