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CiTil Swt U tke Loo-J
nreUta yesterday 4y theTDts-l
to block tBeiBra-
i Weed uanr of tha Waafeinctan Ball-
liO war mad EUctsie Cotnnaiur 'with otkaM
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:?" jtauutlea or the city tad near-by ten
- ksry la. (he hoMtng company-known ai
,;C . tha Ifaryland-Vtrgteia. Railway. Com-
,iur. The action-of kw" Commissioners
was at- tha' InitWWae of Coaualaatoaar
'Jadaoa. -who aaked'that the Corporation
cwonael tm lattrnetMtto laatltnta ajertu
- maSX In tha local courta -with a TleWito
, arohUbt the marxer, oa tha around .that
,H la inimical to the Damlc-Interest,
.'It la understood that thla ault.wfll be
aled la the Circuit Court at a time to'
precede the meeting of the dlreetora -of
f. the Maryland-Virginia corporation,
called for'Nefember t. In Alexandria; la
, .case the suit-'is so' flled. It Is. assumed
x that, it would ' preclude action by the
company while the suit was pending;, aad
, -1 ' that the matter would not be disposed
of prior.' to '.the meetlnc of Consress. In
r i December, when the -Commissioners will
J endeavor to' .push the passase of- the
pending public utilities bllL If the pro-
.,., aranlme la carried out aa. contemplated
the merger will not become effective un
til it can be- passed upon by a public
utilities commission .clothed with -sufficient
power to safeguard all Interests in
The hitch In the proceedings caused by
the refusal of the Virginia State corpora-
tlona commission' to authorise the mer
ger -of the 'Washington-Virginia Railway
Comany and the lighting plants of Alex
andria County Is -likely to be strength
ened by the action of the District author-
ties, and will probably head off the pro
posed merger until the proposed publlo
utilities law is passed, and until toe pro
posed merger can be made the' subject
- ox inquiry dj congress.
ELECTION EHDS CONVEMION.
More Tham 1,000 Snaday School
'Delegates Attend Jfee-tlng.
With the election of officers and the
reports of several committees, the third
and last day of the nineteenth annual
convention of the Sunday School Asso
ciation of the District of Columbia came
to an end Wednesday night. The con
vention has been held in the First Con-
i gregatlonal Church, Tenth and O Streets,
I and is said to have been one of the most
j successful ever held.
The election of officers resulted as fol
J lows: President. W. W. MUlen. re-elected:
flret vice president. T. A. Hostetler:
second vice president L. E. Breunlnger:
secretary, C Clinton James, re-elected,
and treasurer, J. H. Lichllter. re-elected.
The new executive committee is made
up of L. D. Alden, C. A. Baker. J. 8.
Barker. Rev. C. H. Butler. S. M. Croft.
John E. Dawson, K. A. Ford. Percy S.
Foster. T-A. Hostetler, Norton 3f- IJt-
, tie. Rev. D. C. McLeod. D. D.. J. A.
SrcElwee, J. W. Relsner, H. M. Snook.
f Edward D Burchard. Rev. C E. Fultz.
' Clarence A. Best. H. U. Buell. E. W.
" Matthews, Eugene G.- Mason, and C R.
The report of the committee" on en-
, rollment stated that 1,051 delegates from
I the 109 Sunday schools In the association
had been present at the convention. The
Sunday schools, all of- whose delegates
had been present, were those I of the
Brookland Baptist. St. Paul's Lutheran.
Dumbarton Avenue Methodist, and the
Metropolitan Methodist churches.
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. One. of the, few-1 makers1 of really FINE (flothing sought usoiif to buy their surplus -linCof Suits and"
Overcoats. They came to us because they. know Jwe are not buyers of anybody's clothing under ordinary condi
tionsand therefore were in no danger of establishing embarrassing precedent bn future business at regu-'
lar prices. N - ' "'. J " " " -
. x THeir name is known from one end ;of the country to the other and their- Clothing is recognized as one .
jf the BEST of all the makes supplying the trade. The "one; stipulation was that we would not advertise
the name. - -
They made the price so attractive that we did not think it fair to youand the privilege it would give ypui
to turn it down. So weaccepted the offer '. '
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In Both Suits and Overcoats
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(Men's and Young Men's) '''
The Values Range Up to $30.00
$136,688 IH SIX SATS.
Sapplemental Reports Show Addi
tional Contrlbatlons to Fond.
Supplemental reports from the Demo
cratic and Republican national commit
tees were flled with the clerk of the
The reports show that since the com
mittee accounts were filed six days ago
there has been contributed to the Demo
cratic campaign fund 1136,688. and to the
Republican campaign fund, through the
Chicago headquarters, (55,294. and
through the New Tork headquarters,
Appropriate Floral Deeeratloaa
for weddings, receptions, and all other
social functions. Consul Gude, 1211 F.
HIME0DS PET PIT JOB.
' Open Season Brains In District,
Maryland, and Virginia.
Open season for game in the District.
Maryland and Virginia begins today.
Rabbits and squirrels raay be killed In
the District until February 1. The sea-
' son for quail will end March IS, and for
t wild turkey. December 1.
1 Tb duck season in Maryland will end
April 11. Rabbits, partridges and wild
turkey may not be killed in Maryland
until MovemDer 10.
In Virginia In the section east of the
Blue Ridge, the, season for rabbits, auall.
wild turkey and other small, game will
end February 1. West of the Blue Rldre
it will close January 1. Duck shooting
in Virginia oegan on uctooer lb.
Snea Taxleab Company.
The Terminal Taxleab Company yes
terday was named defendant in a suit
filed by John U. Nussbaum. administra
tor-of the estate of Mary F. Nussbaum.
for J10.000. damages. Plaintiff alleges that
September 27 last, while attempting to
cross E Street, between First and Second
Streets' Northwest a taxleab of the de
fendant collided with her, the injuries
she received causing her death the same
Asks BO,000 for Son's Injnriea.
Henry Hackshaw yesterday filed suit
. against the .Washington Railway and
Electric Company for &0.000 damages for
Injuries alleged to have been suffered by
plaintiffs four-and-a-half-vear-old urn.
Henry Gordon Hackshaw, April X last,
when crossing Ninth and I. Streets
. Northwest, when a car of. the defendant
companr collided with him, injuring him
seriously and permanently.
Fine Display of ChrrsaalkeatnaM
and other flowers. Shatter, llth & Eye.
Probcra to Meet Here.
Pittsburg, Oct. XL The government
attorneys who yesterday closed the local
end of the "dissolution" probe of the
United States 8teel Corporation will re
main here for a few days analyzing the
evidence obtained from the steel mag
nates of the Pittsburg district. It was
Intended by government -counsel to ho
a hearing in Cleveland," but this plan
has been given up: The next hearing.
Judge Dickinson said, will likely take
place In Washington
LARKINi Machine l&n
Will repair your aewing aaehtae
prapctly, no matter what make,
fend postal, or phone M-X3II.
Corner 3d aad H Streets N.W.
W Ohm Tata) the BanJTs
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TH-ai Cllii'C are n ancy cheviots, tweeds, and worsteds soft-roll and permanent
1 ilC OUlla--roii models; latest f styles.
TflP OvPr.Pri$l.lC are snSe an( outle breasted; plain or beltedback; staple
J.1IU Vr ? CI vvrCllw5"""weaves and fancy effects; newest models.
The sale begins this morning but it must be a quick sale over with in a hurry. They are dandies
every one of them. Especially attractive in pattern; remarkably effective in model. Good assortment of sizes.
They are exceptionally strong values and we can stand sponsor for them.
0FFICEES ABE SE-EIECTED.
Colombia Conntry Clnb Amends Its
The entire directorate of the Columbia
Country Club was re-elected at the an
nual meeting of the organisation la the
ball room of the clubhouse last Wednes
day. The officers re-elected were: Emmons 8.
Smith, president: Dr. Walter Harban.
vice president: John Poole, treasurer,
and Arthur Shelton. secretary.
Constitutional amendments were adopt
ed making women eligible to a non-voting
membership: taking the function of
electing principal officers from the board
and giving it to general electors, and
giving associate members the privilege
of proposing new members to tha club.
Secretary Meyer in a letter to the
commanding officer of the torpedo flotilla
of the Atlantic fleet has given official
recognition to the bravery displayed by
members of the, crew of the destroyer
Walke when several men of her crew
and one .officer were, killed as the result
of an explosion. The accident occurred
at Newport. K. i on uctooer i.
I Establishes Conamlar OsHee.
President Taft has directed the State
Department to establish a United States
consular- office. at -Bay of Islands. New
foundland. Ozro C Gould will be in
charge as consular agent. The new
agency is expected to prove of. great im
portance to the American fishing inter
ests of 'New" England.-
LOCAL MEFTIOI. '
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To-oay. Virginia Tnaatar.
HorNaaso Parana:' 5-
IF IT IS
It is good ale. Drink it often. It is more than
a mere thirst-quenching beverage. It is a. malt
tonic that tones up a "run down" system. Ask
your doctor he'll agree.
24 Bottle, 1.60.
An additional charge of 50c is made, which
will be refunded on. return of bottles.
At your dealer's or
Phone Lincoln 254
War aaeaM Antomeatle owaeia aa tea.
seated wtta ttra trenklea wkeatasy
can no naattlvoty
eae away wtta ky
IHSPECT HEW OFFICES.
Officials of the Washington, Baltimore
and Annapolis Electric Railroad Com
pany yesterday inspected the new ter
minal offices intbe Bond Bulldl, which
are to be occupied about December U
when the- present offices In. tha Evans
Building, in New Tork Avenue North
west, will be given up. ?
The party, composed, of. President
George Bishop. oClevelandVice-Preti-dent
George 'Craig, of Cleveland: Secre
tary Qlnn. of Clevelajid: General Pas
senger Agent M.,iA. Tatum, of Balti
more, and General .Manager J. J. Doyle,
of Baltimore, .casaa. to Washington In a
private car. .Besides looking over tha
new terminal, offices, the members, of tha
party inspected tha companyta terminals
at Annapolis "and BaHisaore. They, re-
to Baltimore yeateraay armr-
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TO 0SSEKVE ALL SAHTS1 SAT.
Catholic and Ealae
Hold Servlcea T
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All Saints' Day will be observed In the
Catholic' and Episcopal churches to-day
with special, services. "
'At' St Paul's Episcopal Church, Bishop
Harding will ordain to .the- priesthood
tha 'curate of the church.-.Rev.- George
P. Christian; "at 11 o'clock, i ' ,
The rector of- the parish. ?Rer. Dr.
Talbot, will present Mr. Christian for
holy order, and Rev. Caleb '-Rochf ord
Stetson, rector of St Mark's' Church.
Capitol" Hin, -will preach the sermon of
ordination.' v j.. . ,.
'BIMo'Cmaa' Meeta To-day.
-The Intemalaaml -Women's BlblaiClasa
wUl bold ,iesad.meetiar atitnarasl
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Wt Cits Tota la Tb Bosld'i C3JI CnotssL
EnMt Ehdm VahMt Itrriflf
Storage Batteries1 repaired vand re
newed. Ignition and Lighting' Batter
lea Charged and Built to Order.
Phone M. . - Raar liSO't, St N. W.
wa um n ttw uouii ski
O n all. occasions,
1 odks are perfect.
D ependable and easy.
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patrans view "at ua Oaamaattrat Aveaa E
Five and seven passenger cars.
1311, St N.W.
Phone N. 1470.
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w. orw Tn, n Tkr Ba-jsBaaa Coal
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WARREN MOTOR SALES GO.
Haa Remeved to
1610 14th Strait N. W.
Phaae Karth 5aeT.
"BIIY'A WARREN AND
BE A WINNER"
We give retea la Tha Herald
GEO. W. BEALL
HIS MIL. IV. M.7IIS
W. Git Totts la Tm BnaVTs BUB Oamst,
1317 N.m York Av.
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