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. ;the washjngt6n herald. Wednesday. October 23, 1912.
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STOP THAT ACHE
Headaches Can be Stopped by Using
H. E. S.
Heat Fatigue la readily overcome
by our Powders.
H. E. SPRUGEBANK & DO.
2d St. and Pa. Ave. 8. E.
Telephone l 628.
We (tre IleraM fSSOO eoateat etc.
Diarrhea, lyseilery, Chokra In
fantum INSTANTLY RELIEVE! by
McChesney & Joachim,
8th and FN.E.
2d and E N. E.
We alve Herald 92SJHO eemteart votes.
Our Stock of Teas
There Is no one article that you want
with a better flavor, more delicious, or
agreeable than the tea you serve. We
offer you the best.
Ridgway's S o'clock Tea ..We
Capitol Household Tea... ...... ...60c
WE DELIVER IT.
1632 14th SLN.W. PboflB Rertii IIS
We alve Herald 938J0OO eeatest votes..
Oid Shoes Repaired
After we get through
with them they look
like new. It costs lit
tle. It saves muoh.
719 Ninth St N. W.
Work Called for and Delivered.
We Gin Vote. In Toe Henld'a XROOO Conteat.
2315-2317 18th St.
Phone Columbia 88.
Wholesale and Retail.
We Have Moved to Our
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DO YOUR FEET ACHE?
The quickest, simplest, surest remedy is
Fifteen Cents a Box.
H. W. SUm Hit Pa. Ave.
We Gir Vote in lb. Herald's Con Contest.
DIES IN ENGLAND
As t Detroit JTewipaper Has Be
Wrote Evaias; of lee
London, Oct 22. Robert Barr, the
novelist died suddenly to-day at bis
home at Woldlngham. Surrey.
Robert Barr was bom ln: Glasgow.
Scotland, but he waa 'taken to Canada
aa a boy"and waa educated la the Nor
mal School of Toronto, t He became a
teacher and waa headmaster of the pub
lish school at Windsor, Canada, till 1171,
when he Joined the staff of the Detroit
Aa a member of the Free Press staff,
where he waa .'better known, as Luke
Sharp, he attained considerable promi
nence by writing a 'vivid etory of the
burning of the Ice Talac at Montreal.
CaYVda. His description of the burning
iceVva and toppling Icebergs went the
rounls of the press of the country and
was believed to such an extant that
reprelVntaflves of the Canadian govern
xnentMas well as railroad managers,
officially requested him to make a denial
of the story. Mr. Barr was an inveter
ate smoker of cigarettes and very proud
of his spelling, constantly finding fault
with the "hellhounds who read proof."
The late Hon. "William E. Qulnby, pro
prietor of the Free Press, suggested
that Mr. Barr read his own proof. He
did so once. That was enough. He
let twelve errors go by in half a col'
umn of matter, and he had been a
schoolmaster In Canada. Mr. Barr never
after had any "kicks" In the proofroom.
He moved to London. England, In 1SS1
to take charge of the Detroit Free Press
English edition, which after a few years
died a natural death. In 1892 he founded
Jointly with Jerome K. Jerome The Idler
Magazine, of which he continued to be
editor. It was In that same J ear that he
published "In a Steamer Chair" and
other books followed after that If not
at the rate of one a year, still at fre
quent Intervals. "From Whose Bourn"
was published In 1S33, "The Face and the
Mask" in 1SH, "In the Midst of Alarms"
in 1S94 "The Mutable Many" In 1S37, "Tho
Countess Tekla" in 1S99, "The Strong
Arm" and The Unchanging East" In 1900,
"The Victors" in 190t "Over the Bower"
In 1902, and so on down to "The Sword
Maker." published In 1910.
' TO-DAY TO TESTIFY
B07S HOLD ELECTION.
'Wilson and Marshall Win
Wilson and Marshall carried the Work
ing Boys' Home, 230 C Street Northwest
yesterday. In a regularly prepared elec
tion, with formally arranged ballots,
polling place, registration and voting
booth, six of the voting population of
twenty-four expressed their preference
for the Democratic candidates for Presi
dent and Vice-President while three
each voted for Taft and Sherman, and
Roosevelt and Johnson and one for
Debs and SeldeL Two votes were thrown
out as "Illegal." Four of the electorate
were "not voting," and five were ab
sent The election was conducted by Rev.
Zed IL Copp, who organised and has
charge of the Home. It was merely
educational, Mr. Copp said.
The boys will establish a "republic"
in a few days. They will adopt a con
stitution and elect a president a vice
president eight senators and fourteen
representatives, and a chief justice and
an attorney "general. All the offices ex
cept those of chief Justice and attorney
general will be filled by the boys.
PRAIRIE IS SAFE.
Stories tAat Transport 'Was
Worries Naval Officials.
Wholly erroneous and unauthorised re
ports to the effect that the naval trans
port Prairie, with Big. Gen. Mclntyre
and W. T. S. Doyle, of the Stata De
partment and 750 marines on board, had
been lost in Dominican waters, brought
& flood of anxious Inquiries to officials
of the State, War, and Navy Depart
As a matter of fact and according
to what was common knowledge In of
ficial circles, messages have been re
ceived from Mr. Doyle and the Prairie
almost daily since their arrival at Santo
Domingo City on October 2.
Commander Scales, of the Prairie, and
Mr. Doyle reported to Washington yes
terday morning, in fact and another
message was received from Mr. ODoyle
Former Senator Will Appear Before
Committee as last Sessioa
. Before Election.
Senator Clspp summoned former Sena
tor Albert "J. Beveridge and John F.
Hays, the Indiana Senator's former pri
vate secretary, to appear before the
Senatorial committee Investigating cam
paign 'funds. ' Harry Starr, Lara Whit
comb, Harry Petit, and Leopold Roth
schild, all of Indiana, were also sum
The committee will not meet until
1 j' clock to-day to permit the witnesses
to. reach "Washington.
At the time appointed for the morning
session of the committee yesterday,
Senator Clapp announced that there
would be no meeting. This was decided
upon at an executive session of the in
vestigating body, whesr it was found
that none of the witnesses was on hand.
Senator Clapp added that to-day's session
wui be the last berore election aa all
the members of the Investigating body
desire to return home to participate in
tne political conflict
CREDIT MEN HERE
PLAN TO ORGANIZE
Banks, and Business Finns' Will Be
Represented at Meeting
The Washington Association of Credit
Men will be organized as a branch of the
National Association of Credit Men by
Washington banks and business firms
through representatives meeting with
representatives of tho national body at
the Chamber of Commerce at 3 JO o'clock
Plans for the organisation of the
Washington branch have been practi
cally completed, and the proceedings this
afternoon will he principally of a for
mal nature. They will Include the adop
tion of a constitution and a code of
laws and the election of officers.
The object of the association of
credit men Is to organize the Individual
credit men and their associations
throughout the United Stales Into one
central body, rendering xnoro uniform
and establishing more firmly the basis
upon which credit In every branch of
commercial enterprise could be founded.
The association advocates enactment of
laws to aid in commercial advancement
collect data and statistics relating to
business, strive for Improvement of busi
ness customs, maintain a fund to protect
Its members against fraudulent prac
tises, and in other ways help the busi
The National Association, which has
headquarters in New York. Is 18
years old and has about 16,(00 members.
in eight)' affiliated branches. Baltimore.
("Norfolk and Richmond are among the
ciues near wasnington navlng branches
of the National Association of Credit
MESSAGES OF THANKS.
Chamber of Commerce Delegates
Romember Stay tn Capital.
Two messages of thanks have been
received by the Chamber of Commerce
from the delegates to the Fifth Inter
national Congress of Chambers of Com
merce expressing the thanks of the
delegates for the reception accorded
them in Washington and the pleasure
of their entertainment here.
One dispatch Is from the delegates
collectively and is signed by President
Cannon-Legrand, of the congress, and
Emlle Jo tt rand, secretary. The second
was from Sir George Reld. high com
missioner for Australia, In London.
An appropriation of J150 has been au
thorized for a stenographer to take the
testimony In the investigation of assess
ments In the District
ARMY TEST RIDES
SECRETARY KNOX LEAVES
CAPITAL FOR BEVERLY
Secretary of State Knox left for
Beverly yesterday at 10 o'clock, after
stay In Washington of Just twenty-four
hours, following his return from Japan.
He will spend several days with Presi
dent Taft It Is possible that he may
return to Washington before going Into
the Middle West States to speak on the
Call up Main 1419 for All Kinds
of Printing Supplies. . -
J. W. JORDAN
623 D Street N. W.
We Giro Votes In Tin Herald's tg.000 Contest.
HAVE YOU RHEUMATISM?
Vben yen use s remedr set oo that contains IfO
MEBCCRT. It Is mint- Fifty reus' euccrn Is
bck of HEALT'S KHEDMATIO REUEDX. Jut
try it. It it s tint remedr. 50c per bottle.
HEALY'S PHARMACY, J"S5y
THIRD ST. AND MASS. AVE. N. wV.
Ws Girr Votes In TtM Herald's Sxvn Contest.
Goldsmith's Cold, Grfpps. and Malaria Csn
sales rfll hdp ran hss all others fail. Goal
anteed. Christian! Pharmacy,
Mctdftnas 4k MdamttU.
f(k aad sf Sts. If. W. Phoae It". 23M.
W Oln Totes tn Tba Benld'a SwGO Coma.
SUP CM EIS.
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GOES ON STUMP FOR TAFT.
Attorney General Wlekersnam
Leave on Tonr of Ohio.
Attorney General WIckersham left
yesterday for Ohio, where he will de
liver speeches In support of President
Taft and other Republican candidates.
He will remain In the President's
State until a few days before the elec
tion. It is the understanding that he
will discuss in large part the trust record
of the administration.
Cnban Polltiea Complicated.
Havana, Oct 22. The political situation
In Cuba has been complicated by the
threat of the Liberals to withdraw from
the elections because President Gomez
is unwilling to assume command of the
army and the rural guard. The Liberals
claim that a fair election Is impossible
as long as Monteagudo commands 'the
army. Gomez- Intended to assume the
command, but was prevented by Meno
cal's threat to start a revolution for the
overthrow of the administration. Men'
ocal told Gomez he could have 3,000
mounted men In Havana within six
The Gadder Is
On the Job
Travelers Don't Fear Strange
Dishes. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets Enable i the Stomach to
Twenty-five Ofioers Will Start To-
. morrow Morning: on Taut of
With the ride that will start to
morrow morning and continue Friday
ha Saturday, In which twenty-flve
officers will take part, the required test
rldea WIU be practically completed. The
three days ride will cover ninety miles.
The routes have not bee'n definitely
decided upon, but It waa said 'yesterday
that it was probable the officers would
ride from Fort Myer to Mount Vernon
and back on the first and third days.
Those who will participate In the ride
this week are Cot James T. Kerr. Ad
jutant General, of the office of the Ad
jutant .General; Maj. Harry L. Pettus,
quartermaster; Maj. Elwood Evans,
paymaster, and Lieut CoL George L.
Downey, paymaster, all of the quarter
master's corps: CoL Charles Richard,
medical corps of the Army Medical
Sonool; CoL Henry P. Blngingham,
medical corps of the Walter Reed Hos
pital; CoL George P. Scrlven and Male
Wgar Russell. Signal Corps. In the office
ck the Chief Signal Officer: CoL Charles
cywaicutt, of the Insular Bureau: CoL
E4yard St J. Greble, Lieut CoL Harry
T. UUn and Lieut CoL Harry C Hale.
GerieKT Staff, and Maj. Clint C. Hearn
and Maj. William E. Cole, coast artll
lery, all of the officers of the Chief of
Staff: Maj. Jdhn-H. Roce, of the office
of the Chler of Ordinance; Lieut CoL
Charles au Oandy, Lieut CoL Jefferson
R. Keen. Maj. Gen. Carl R. DamalL
Maj. Charles Lynch and Maj. Thomas
L. Rhoads, of the office of the Surgeon
General: Maj. Edgar Padwln, of the
office of the Chief of Engineers; Maj M.
G. Splnks, coast artillery In the division
of mllltla affairs; Maj. Frank O. Bogga,
engineer corps of the Isthmian Canal
Commission, and Maj. Henry W. Mor
row and Maj. Edward A. Kreger, of tho
office of the Judge Advocate GeneraL
CHAMBER PROBES LICENSES.
Suspicion Ia Aroused that Maryland
It is the SUSDlclon of the Chamber nt
Commerce that the State of Maryland
Is discriminating against the clUzens of
tne uisuict In the matter of automobile
licenses, and yesterday the executive
committee of the Chamber authorized
Secretary Grant to make a thorough
probe into the matter.
The suspicions of the Chamber have
been aroused by figures said to show
that during the first seven months of
this year CK.2SL6 has been paid out for
uit-uiKfs, wiiue aunng me whole of last
year the figures only reached J21.3io.75.
The executive eommlttM ,ia tnt ,.n
the matter of the grand opera house
un.nr xiammerstein proposes to build in
uuingion. a special committee of five
was named to Investlrnt,. tti nra;
blllty of the scheme of grand opera here.
The proposition outlined by the lmpres.
cans lor an expenditure or 1700.000.
The house would be built to seat 2,163.
This afternoon the sub committee ap
pointed from the committee on conven
tions to attempt to get for Washington
the convention of th n.nvnv Qnnni.
Manufacturers in 1913 will meet and at
a ociock me same anernoon the com
mittee on manufactures will convene.
The Retail MAmhanfa SM.wla.1.... it.
-.. vn.ULMWU Will
meet to-morrow night and the National
Picture Association In the afternoon,
DAN CUPID PULLS
TRIGGER THAT MAY
CAUSE BOY'S DEATH
New Tork. Oct. 21 vmMn.v.anM
Tobias Tlnson. of 144 Flatbush Avenue,
Brooklyn, madly Infatuated with thi.
teen-year-old Alva Ross, who lives at
on Auaraic Avenue, to-day forced his
Unv lnfn h! nn'.,thapl'. ..... I.. i.
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oi me protests or tne gins mother.
At Mrs. Ross" command Alva fled to
the flro escape leading to the roof. See
ing Alva run from him. the desperate
boy drew a revolver and shot himself
twice In the head.
Dr. Ryan, of the Holy Family Hos-'
pltal, was called, and said the boy did
not have a chance of recovery. The girl
Is In a terlous condition from grief and
cannot smoke on doty
trass the tune with this
throat soother teeth deanser breath
purifier. It improves appetite and aids
digestion besides. .
Don't give your little ones pennies. Give
them Wrigley's BHUSU. It gives
beneficial enjoyment the whole day
long and costs less than a penny
per stick if you buy itbythe
box. Take it home tonight.
Bosni Solicitor Arrested.
Baltimore, Oct 22. Leslie A. Jones,
alias Lewis E. Smith, who fooled hun
dreds of persons Into believing that he
was soliciting subscriptions for a maga
zine for the purpose of getting a schol
arship at Johns Hopkins University,
pleaded guilty to-day In tho Criminal
Court to getting money by means of
Jones said that he came to Baltimore
from Richmond. Va.. and went to work
for a man named Osborne, who, he said,
had Eent him out to solicit subscriptions.
Look for the spear
'The flavor lasts
,.j , Grand Opening Herald Contest
Headquarters, 714 13th St. N. W.
Some of the advertisers who will servo their prod
ucts at the openlnp of The Herald's new Contest
Headquarters. 714 Thirteenth Street, to-day.
"Velvet Kind" Ico Cream: W. D. Coffee, made on
electric stoe furnished by National Electrical Supply
Company; sample Deer Head and After Dinner Cigars.
Palmer's Ginger Ale University Club Ginger Ale. roses
from Gude Bros., ana many others.
Big display of merchandise and awards.
Doors Open at 12 o'clock To-day
Named After Writer
Gets Heavy Sentence.
Baltimore. Oct 22. Alfred B. Toung.
of New Tork, advertising agent for the
Potomac Refining Company, who was
yesterday found guilty of misusing the
government malls by a jury In the
United States District Court was to-day
sentenced to serve thirty days In the
Baltimore city Jail and pay a fine of
W.000 by Judge Henry -A- M. Smith. No
tification was Immediately given the
court by Toungrs attorneys that an ap
peal would be taken.
Sew Tork Jarlst Dies.
Buffalo, Oct 22, Alfred Spring, asso
ciate justice of the Appellate Division of
the Stats) Supreme Court, died at Clifton
Springs Sanltorlum early to-day after an
Illness of less than' two weeks.
Three Crushed to Deatkl
Detroit Oct 25. Three men were
crushed to death "to-day when" a freight
elevator In the building of Peter Smith
CJtnt A cable broke. . 1 i inem within the reach of ..-
A Box of Stnart'a Dyspepsia Tablets la
Tonr Best Traveller Companion.
"Railroads tell you about the wonders
of nature along their lines; hotels de
scribe their modern accommodations;
but they never fall to ring In their
'cuisine unexcelled.' The wise traveler
knows he is taking "pot luck when he
leaves home, hence a box of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets Is quite as essential
as many of the other traveling requi
Thus commented a philosophical trav
eling man, speaking of hotel' life, res
taurants, grills, and Junction lunch
counters. "The agitations In this
world" he continued, "are the result of
one set of men trying to compel the
other set to think and act against their
own Inclinations. It la the same In re
ligion, politics, and eats. I have learn
ed from experience to eat what they
serve: to forget the food experts, read
the current news and jokes, and leave
the stomach to the best expert In the
world Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets."
And Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets act
ually do the work assigned them. They
relieve weak and overburdened stom
achs of a great portion of digestive ac
tion. Their component parts assist the
digestive fluids "and 'secretions of the
stomach and they simply take up the
grind and carry on the work- just the
same as a good, strong, healthy stom
ach would- do it
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are for sale
by all druggists, .at GO cents a box. anil
they are, the. one article that the drug
gist does not I try to sell something in the
place of Jtt that's "Just asgood." Their
unqualified merit and success and the
i I them-wlthlathe reach of every one!
A. 1 - aT
Three Weeks Old Baby Boy Known as Dorothy
Van Courtlandy Jr., at Foundling Hospital.
Child Needs a Home.
By DOnOTHT VAX COTOTLAXD.
I beg to Introduce Miss Dorothy Van
She Is but three weeks old. has blue
eyes, wavy, golden hair, and pink toes
Just like any regular baby.
But she Is not Just exactly a regular
baby, for she has no mamma and papa,
that Is, a mamma and papa who want
her, -which Is one way of explaining why
I am writing this story.
As she Is my namesake, I am her
nearest known kin, and I want to find
a real nice mamma and papa who will
adopt little Dorothy and treat her Just
as though she were their own darling
You see. it was this way. My city
editor Instructed me last night "to go
up to the Foundling Hospital at 1715
Fifteenth Street Northwest and And out
about the baby that was 'abandoned on
a doorstep in the Northeast late Sunday
I followed my card into tne omce oi
Miss Schott superintendent of the hos
pltaL Miss Schott escorted me to the
crib of the wait And it was a case
of love fet first sight between me and
The baby cooed and laughed (she's
only three weeks old, mind) and I
cooed and laughed, and then I forgot
the hospital rules and picked up the
tiny stranger. She snuggled in my
arms and her big blue eyes seemed to
"say "Now I've found a' friend." She
I can't adopt this babjt. Miss Schott"
paper reporter, but I'll find a mamma
and papa for this baby if you'll permit
me." Miss Schott acquiesced. Now, I'm
looking for a mamma and papa.
Of course, they can name little Doro
thy themselves, but as long as she Is
at the hospital she will be known as
Dorothy Van Courtland. The rJarses
asked Miss Schott to recommend to the
hospital board that the baby be given
my name officially and Miss Schott prom
ised she would make the recommenda
tion. As the board is very fond of Miss
Schott they grant nearly all her requests
and I would not be at all surprised to
read my name on the hospital record In
the next few days. 'But whether officially
or unofficially, the babe will always be
known to the hospital officials, nurses
and attendants as Dorothy Van Court
They say: 'The name Is beautiful and
it Just suits this beautiful baby. Be
sides she seems to like you more than
any one else. Miss Van Courtland."
To tell who may want to adopt little
Dorothy, I will promise that their identi
ty wall not bo revealed If they desire
secrecy. Address all communications to
Miss Schott at the Foundling UospltaL
Scotch' Xovellst Dies.
London, Oct 21 Robert Barr, the fa
mous Scotch novelist, died here to-day.
He had lived in England for a number
of years. Mr. Barr began writing while
working for the Detroit (Mich.) Free
Press, for which nubllcatlon he wrote
because Pro. oajj'r a -poor news- under the on name of Luke Share.
Washington Bulb Co.
1l5.CroliM Ae.S. E.
Electrically driven apparatus to raise
and lower bottles of almost any liquid
In a water bath to cool their contents
by evaporation has been patented by
Alii ullitf Tirttr, Salt Iton, Pnntis, Mllk-Crnt
tfMplBK SUi, Ac
KCZEMA CAX BE CURED TO STAT.
and mfaen I ur cured. 1 mean frit what I mar
OU-R-&D, and not nvrelr rtchrd np fur awfaUt.
to irturo won than before. Koocmber 1 male this
broad ttattment after cuttine ten jean my time
en this one dueaae and handling ia the meantime a
quarter of a mllUon rases of that dreadful dueaae.
ow, I do not care what all jou ha.e naed, nor ho
miny doctors hato told, you that you could not be
cumi all l ata: ia Just a chance to fco"yon that I
know what I am talkinx about. If yon will write
m TO-DAT I will actHTyou iFRBRTRIAL
of my mild, aootblnc. guarrpteed cure that will con
vince you more in a day than 1 cr any one else could
in a month' time. Jf you are dlacusted and dis
couraeed. 1 dire yon to tire me a chance An prove
my claims. Bf wntinx me to-day you wjU enjoy
more real-comfort than yon had errr tbousht tou
world holds for yon. Jurt try it and you will see I
am tellies yon tbe traih.
DT. J. E. CJiH.ir, 513 Pirfc Spirt, SHiUa, Ik.
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Co&ld you do a better act than to tend this noiica to
Jome xxjo; aoffcrcf at Earn!
Bring back replies, because each
order receives the same personal
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Tou will find our letters free
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical errors. 4c.
Tou can safely intrust impor
tant form letters to us. being as
sured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time. (
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DUtrirt Itatloaal Bank BalMtaSj.
1406 G Street
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When you are about to threw
away your old clothes, bring
tbem to us. and we will return
them to you new. Our experienced
workmen make no mistakes.
Phone Main 115X- and we will
709 9th St. N. W.
We aire Herald 23IM0
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MFat. M. nil
BaaX ror canetia Baancvo cream.
Our label redeemable SJ SB.009 contest tut B
one Tota for each mar mnaeoted a the
null aalf grics.
W Glee Vote. In Tha HeraM'a CS,S Contest.
S. M. CARROLL'S
American Lady Corsets, $1.00 in $1.50
Ladles' Underwear, Children's Presses,
and Underwear a Specialty.
3304 Cm. Av. Col. 1334.1
Get your vote here in Herald CSJWB Contest...
If your shoe solea and heels are worn tB ft watts)
f avoaef to throv them away. Those parta
the shoe hare tosstant wear and by no scans te
dkate tbe life of the shoe. So take them te
Chore to crder. Orthopedie work. No, deforaatttt
too 4IsVnlt to tonr perteetlr and eneefortablT.
We Sin Totea ta Tho Herald's SaVOr Cuisaaa
St. 'Rose's Technical Schoil
Will reopen Its branch of Domeatic Science oa atao-
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