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421 H 421 7tk St, -417
f 42i ttti SL
iAgs aM Qiith RmmwKs
To-day ire nave a little lot. of
suitings and a few shades of
broadcloths In most any length
you' wish, from 1H to 6 ysrds;
50 to St Inches wide, and worth
from $1.00 to J1.E0 yard. Come
early and get the cream
oS the lot at the very low 59f
price to-day, per yard...'-'
Worth up to 75o a yard.
Short lengths of Colored Bilks,
both plain and fancy. In nearly
every weave and color suitable
for waists, trimming
and fancy work. Silk
that sold up to 7Sc a yd. 7Qf
We Save Tea S3 Per Ccat em
We use only Valentine's Van
adium Varnishes, the only Tar
nishes that will stand soap, mud.
and water. We bake enamel on
hoods and fenders.
Autos painted, tiz.SO and up.
Used automobiles and motorcy
cles for sale.
Cor. 14th and W Sis. N. W.
PkOM IT. MM.
We give Herald S3000 eaatest votes.
Eucccaaor to Haznell Wall riper Co.
W give Herald g33.000 ronlwt votes.
807 F STinT
trading Opticians for Orer a Quar
ter of a Ontnry
Ocallsta' Prescriptions Filled
We Olre Votes to The HenJd'l C5.W I
SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY
Service and comfort out of a
pair of shoes that we have soled
and heeled- by our efficient and
SHOE MFG. & REPAIR CO., Inc.
Work called for and delivered.
Fboae X. 181".
Works: 413 11 Ih SL I.W.
S We aive Ilejfmld 825,000 cem test vetee.5
If jrnr thot tolee tad betla are worn in ft war
I bom) to throw them tway. Tnoa putt ef
the shoe hare ctmuct wear and by no train to
tiote the Ufa of tfta Aoa. So tato them to
Tony Guiffre, UAU1?. w.
Ebon to order. Orthopedic work. No deforsrftr
too CuTlealt tD cover perfeetlj and eonrortablr.
W Olt. Vote is The Berala SB.W CccML
It Makes No Difference
Whether you own a tLOO Brownie or a
1100 Kodak, jou will learn How to Make
Good Pictures from the handy. Instruc
tive little book for the amateur photog
W. J. KRORSE, Ml Q St. H. W.
We aire Herald S33.0M content votes..
Will buy you the best made Three
piece Suit of Clothes. 2-button, single-breasted
coat with high cut
vest and medium peg; pants. Tour
choice ot all-wool foods.
437 Sgv.nth at. a. W.
We give Herald 833.000 eeatest votes.
.Largest stock ever carried. Also Laces,
Dry Goods, Hosiery and
MRS. J. A. MOUDY.
430Geors1a Ave. N. W.
We stive Herald B&IM eoatest vetes.
IEREIAL FIIIISMIIG STORE
Everything; for father, mother, and
3304 Ca. Av. Col. 1334.
Crt roar votea bo la Benld COS Contest.
Pens. Ink, Tablets. Composition
Books, Rulers, and all School Ac
We give Herald 8gMH0 contest veto.
IF you want bargains in Hard
ware of every description.
Don't fail to -visit
Saill's Rtrif in Stare, 713 7th St. R.W.
w Pit. Votoa In The Halld'e mjm Cannes. .
UTEST JUR IEWEST RCSMRS IR
Bee me for up-to-date Ideas. Estimates
gladly given. ..
. JAMES TROSKEY t
MMS-M . -14J1 .!..
We giro Herald HUM eeatest
wT s X.
TO CHEVY CHASE
. SeTejL-.UtA, UH"aUUI'JUamtcsj. .
The ConaecUcu't Avenue atteeas As
soclatlon claimed a victory last night
when the Capital Traction Company In
stalled additional service on the Chevy
Chase Una .at night, reducing; the' head
way" 'from 'fifteen minutes to 'seven and
onerhalt minutes tor cars operated be
tween Chevy Chase and Calvert Street
Bridge over Rock, Creek, between Hi
and 1130 o'clock p. m.
The association, has for some time .In
sisted that a better service on the Chevy
Chase line should be provided, and the
District Electric Railway Commission
made an Investigation of the aervlce In
response to a resolution ny tne iw
M.tlnn aiklnr more freauent service.
Orders for operation of two additional
cars between 8J4 ana u p. m-
intiMi a result of the Investigation.
Several . other ' Improvements in tne
Chevy Chase line service are to be urged,
including what would be practically an
express service between the Calver
Street Bridge and the terminus of the
line af-Flfteenth Street and New York
Avnue Northwest, so aa to restrict traf
fic on the Chevy Chase 'cars as far as
possible to Chevy Chase passengers, pre
venting a use of the cars by persons
traveling only south of the Calvert
DECREASE SHOWN .
Chief Wilkie, of Secret Service,
Makes Annual Beport Beaioni
for Criminal Inactivity.
There were no notes during the last
fiscal year to suggest the work ot a
really clever criminal,'.' says John E.
Wllkle, chief of the United States Secret
Service. In bis annual report for the
last fiscal year. The decline In counter
feiting, he added, probably wae due to
the activity of the secret service agents
and also to the severe sentences Imposed
by Federal Judges upon convicted coun
"While the Issues of new counterfeit
notes during the year were but two less
than the 1911 record." Mr. Wllkle con
tinued. "It was significant and reassur
ing that most of the year's productions
were crude photographs or pen and brash
work the elementary forms of counter
feiting. The total representative value
of notes and coins. 339.000, as against
SO.000 (exclusive of JIM.000 in foreign ob
ligations In 1911), shows a decided decline
in the activity of the members of the
"aristocracy of the criminal world."
In searching for controlling Influences
that will account for this Inactivity,
careful studenta of the operations of
offenders against the currency laws ex
pressed the belief that aside from the re
lentless war waged against them by the
government there is the Important fact of
an era of Industrial activity and pros
perity. It has been noted that any ex
tended period of "good times" Is marked
by a decline In the activity of criminals
who specialize In counterfeiting. It may
be true also of general crime, but la
noticeably the case with coiners and
bogus note makers. When legitimate
work is easily obtained there is less In
ducement to resort to illegitimate pur
suits, with the attendant risk of personal
LECTURE ON M0THEBH00D.
Mrs. ISllen Spencer Maaeer
Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey made an
address last night on making provision
for motherhood before the alumni of
the Washington College of Law.
"In the double standard of morality
women are supposed to be Innocent be
cause Ignorant." she concluded, "but we
are learning that the greatest danger
to clean potential motherhood Is Ignor
ance, for the terrible white slave traffic
fattens upon Ignorance.
"Let us In every way protect and
exalt motherhood by practical means
Statistics of what Is being dona by
the States to assist motherhood were
given by Miss Emmley Splellman, who
stated that laws established to aid de
serving mothers were In operation In
California, Illinois, Missouri, and Wis
consin. Miss Florence Etherlge concluded the
discussion by saying: "If etery State
were to recognize motherhood as a pro
fession, the anxiety of statesmen over
race suicide would vanish."
The alumni of the college were well
represented. Miss Helen F. Hill presided
oer the meeting.
Sues Ire Company for $30,000.
Mary R. Farley yesterday filed suit
against the American Ice Company for
J30.00O damages for injuries alleged to
have been sustained by her June 20, 1911.
as a result of an Ice wagon running Into
tne wooden footway that ran along Flf
teenth and G Streets Northwest while
the Rlggs Building was In course of
S.tat Whit Yi Wait
nd We Will AlUw
For the purpose
r our entire
stock we are offerin
line of Ornamental
at 20 per cent off.
Desk Sets. Smokers' Sets, Note
Pads. Pen Trays. Bdok Ends and
Racks. Frames, (Calendars, Clocks.
Paper Racks. Clips and Cutters,
Ink Wells, Ash Trays. Cigar
Lighters, Jars. &c Hundreds of
these attractive pieces to select
from at 20 per cent oft.
Special line of Arm Bags,
Fine Seal Bags, gilt frames.
Everything In leather at
On F St. 1219.
We ajtve Benld l
contest etea. v I
n. - 1TJ .-! ? 3?. . ..!
afitriet Dtswenti Haw Wtlara sua
'' Brrasi AtvtMPk Phstatwjpk.
The rtcolar TfcanAar evenlagxaeetlng
of Ike District BeooratK 'AsaoMstlon
was half at the New RsJetgh las night
X. a: Lucas nra4ded in the absence of
Edwin A. Jfewman. Dissident of the as-.
ociaWfL. jruittm;8.ildrNa''ioM iwnyli
Bora'-jan-ana juiuseseu sssewnvv De
feated, dad. why, Wuso solb4ejUeU
ti.1t HV J.J Brink 'gave-a talk on the
economical problems .before the people.
A letter from XrC Costello, the National
Committeeman, wag read, extending an
Invitation to the association to 'attend
the Wilson -and Marshall Day meeting
Lat Convention Haf to-morrow night.
fraekea of Woodrow.WlIsoa.and Will
iam Jennings Bryan were reproduced on
DEGREE3 A1E AWABDP.
Fall Convocation at CleoVue Weak,
lactam Ualvevaltr Meld la Chapel.
The fall convocation at Oeorge Wash
ington University was held In. the chapel.
ton a. Street yesterday morning. The
candidates were presented by Deans Wil
bur, Gregory, Borden ana weuon. ana
were sddresed by President Stockton
Degrees were given as follows:
Bachelor ot arts Hsiao Mln Louis,
Bachelor of laws Eugene "Webster
Bond. Illinois: Guy Edwin Rowland.
Texas: Henry William Zeh. District of
Doctor of Medicine-True 8. Burgess.
Arkansas; Richard Vernon Pitt; Vir
Doctor ot dental surgery A. Alfredo
Rublra. Ecuador: Caleb Wfflerd Catna-
Her. District of Columbia; Washington
Clarence Zepp. New Jersey.
t;. 8. Dept. of Asrleeltnr, Wwthrr Boras.
WsiUnston, Thnndar, October SL ItU-t p. av
Itffln eolder maty in the Ohio VUr nd
the Eert OmK guts, sad eoUcr Batasdar la the
Atlantic But, la the TO mapuitmM wui
reasia low, bat with a rising tendocr oa Sahndar.
Burn Winnies an jCUplaTea oo us uowtr Lakts
and extreme Southern Lako Boron. Small craft
wamingi safe baen ordered for the Golf coaM.
Tae winds along the Ntw linglanil coast will be
east and soatbeut. tiw.is.ilig br Friday night: oa
the Middle Atlantis eoast. modatiti soatbeut sd
toath. Increastag sad shlrung to sorthwMt'Batar
day. Local Temperate r.
MMnlghl. i a. m.. M; i a, aw : t a. ss.. U:
i a. m.. ; II a. m.. B; 11 neon. ; 1 p. a, 40;
( K a, ; I pi a, R: I a a, M; a a a, B.
Uicbest. U: lovot. 48.
IttUtln haaMitr. I l a. I: In a. O: I a
m.. II. Rainfall II pi m. to ( p. m.1. I. Rntn ot
Kmauna, t rrr een or poeaeu lonaaise. ue
Tempsrarani eame date last narHlrliMt. C7:
Temperature In Other Cities.
Trmperatcm in other dtlas. togethet with the
amount of rainfall for the twcnty-Coor boars ended
at I p. m. jrraterdaj. an as followai
Max. Mln. I p. m. ftu.
Aihrrilla. N. C act
Atlanta. G. Tl M a
Atlantis air. K. J II 44 K
Bismarcs. N Dak 32 3 30
Bolton, Mas M 44 S
Buffalo. X. Y SO C
fWf m si u 43 eta
CladnnaU. Ohio.. .... (2 41 S3 0 0
Cbernrne. Wro ... a 3) 21 0 9
DaTenport. Iowa. C 31 40 101
Drnier. Colo 31 3 33 0 31
Dm Uolon. Iowa. 42 31 43
Dnlnth. Xllnn Si a 3j
(alTsiton. Tex M T3
Helena. Mont. 31 3) 30
Indianapolis, lnd. CO 41 S 0OT
JaduonTtlli. Fla St ca ;i 0 03
Kanaas atr. Mo 40 51 34 IS!
Littll Bark. Ark T4 SO SS 0X2
Urn Anreln. Cat Tl M ss
Marquette. Mich 40 32 H
Mnnphia. Teen 71 U a) Otl
New Oittam, La.......... 12 a Tt . 0 10
CW Ycxk. X. T. CO 44 50
North Ritte. Srtr a 30 SS 0.31
Omaha. Kehr 41 42
rhuaJelphia. Pa. 4 52
riusburg. Pa M X H
Portland. Me M 40 U
Portland. One M 41 40
Bait Lake CH. Utah 44 31 42
St. IxxiU, Mo 41 41 44 1J0
Bt. Panl. Minn. - M X 34
San rnncUco. Cat SS M e
SiringSlld. IU II 42 40 1.12
Taonu. Wajh........ M .. M
Tampa. Ill II (4 Tl
Toledo. Ohio 90 31 41 0 OS
Vkksbarg. MUa. O 12 ca 0 14
Todar-Hleh tide. 1210 a, m and 1240 c m : 1.
Ude. 5T a. m. and TB p. m. Tfr-mormw Hlfh
tide. IU! a- m., 1-ii p m. Low tide. 8:0! a m.
andJ20 p. m.
Condition of the Rivera.
Hann rerrr. W Va.. Oct SL Potomac and
Shenandoah rlTera both clear.
George P. Chile. 9. of Lick Bun. Va.. and Pearl
V. Johnson. 24, of Sborea, Va. Ber Jamea S Mont
Thomas A. Botta. 22, of Midland. Va.. and Marr H
Mevick. II, of Uaniaonburg. Va. Iter. Georci W.
Blckerton V. Dleklssce, Jr , 23. of Richmond. Va..
and Alma R Flanacmn, 23, of Louiaa. Va. Iter
James S. Montgomery.
Cbarlet H. Healing. XL and Ida K. Araler. Is.
Iter Lnden Clark
Dattd C RhanU. 31, and Agnes O nicer. .
Kef. John C Ban.
Edward . Monn. S. of Manila. P. I . and Jo
hanna E. Linchan, 3. ot Tomah. VTIa. Rit. Frank
Uuliam Brownell. 27. and Ocrtmdi UtchSeld. X
Ret. George W. Swift.
Gnr Wilkinson Stewart casus, sz. united Statei
Kara! Academr. and Harriet A Barne.
William L. De Vriff.
Gordon B. snd Beaale E. Darling, boy.
Albert E. and Maud E. Banker, boy.
1L Burwell lnd Thuuelda Beid, gut.
Herrey and Mario Lauder, girl.
Benjamin P. and Mary J. Pennlnll. boy.
Frederick W. and Alice J. Dinah, bey.
Joseph L. and Mabal B, Serlrener, girl,
Frederick and HatUe Brown, gin.
Jamea H. and dla Tughman, girl.
James G. and Blanche Sanadera, boy.
avnnim V. and Mary J. Kera. boy.
William A and Lottie E. Bland, girl.
Lawn tennis has become ?ery popular m
JapaatM bleb KooJ and collego students.1 tnter
eollegiati games bies alio become popular among
t&e nuaenti ana.ueir insnpi.
Shellac either melted by heat or dis
solved In alcohol to make a thick paste,
la an excellent filler for cracks In' furni
ture. TO-DAY'S SELECTI0HS.
ByiNew York Telegraph.
Ptsallco. , .
First race Tartar, Bwana Turn
Second race Ten Point, Rob-
ert Bradley, Plammarldn. '
Third race Joe Knight, The
Busybody, Yellow Eyes.
Fourth race Gun Cotton, Bel
lo. Prince Hampton.
Fifth race Mongolian, Triton,
Sixth race Penobscot, Amelia
Tenks, Yorkshire Boy.
Seventh race Towton Field,
'Miss Nett, Double Five.
First race Lockland, Cecil.
The Cinder. ;
Second race Kleburne, Car
pathla. The Grader,
' Third race Toison d'Or, Theo.
Fourth race Mud Sill, Mock
Fifth race Wander, Capltan
" Bravo, Dutch Rock.
- Sixth race Sigurd, Love Bay.
KILLED BY CAB
KcteWWMiClaUaCteT ,f "LnWHt"
; Biivi'-awtiVrtiWai ''
Kate Branlgan, seveaty years old. one
of the beat' known aad moplctoxesoiue
Characters Inthaf. picturesque section of
rooming houses, missions, photo galleries,
ourtostty shops, and .Chinese restaurants,
known as "lower"' Pennsylvania Avenue,
breathed her last In Emergency Hospital
last night two hours after she was struck
by a street car. , -
Crossing Pennsylvania Avenue at Third
Street, the aged woman.- bUnd In her left
eye. feeble, and confused by a clatter
of traffic. lost her presence of mind and
stepped on the tracks In front of a rap
Idly moving car. ,' -'
She was struck and thrown to one side,
falling limp beside the tracks In a whirl
of dust and 'leaves. Men ran from. every
direction to aid her. but the life was
fast ebbing from' the frail and motionless,
form clad In worn and faded black. In
the auto of "J. H. Pita, of 351 Pennsyl
vania Avenue, ahe wag removed to the
Physicians found Kate Branlgan suf
fering from a fracture or the skull and
other Injuries. The patient did not re
gain consciousness. The body was re
moved to the morgue, where an Inquest
will be held at 11: o'clock this morning.
Motorman Samuel Maya and Conductor
Joseph Howser. who were In charge ef
Capital Traction car No. 132, will appear
The police have been unable to locate
relatives of Kste Branlgan. So far as Is
known she was alone and dependent
upon charity. For several months she
hss been receiving aid front the Salva
tion Army. The aged woman has lived
at several rooming houses during the last
few weeks, but at these addresses she
was little known. The police say:
"Everybody knew old Kate Branlgan.
but nobody knew anything about her."
For several days the aged woman had
been keeping two trunks, a handbag, and
a suitcase at 231 Third Street Northwest.
She had the trunks removed by an ex
pressman yesterday snd left the house
carrying the suitcase and handbag her
self. She said she was going to move
Into a rooming house In Missouri Avenue.
It was while crossing Pennsylvania Ave
nue with the suitcase and handbag that
she was run down.
CHINESE BRIDE ON
"Me Likee. Snfflage," Says Mr. Lee
Yow, First Celestial to Wed
in the Capital.
"Me likee sufnage." Is the demure ex
pression of Mrs. Lee Yow'e attitude to
wards votes for women. Mrs. Lee Yow,
who was Chu How, of New York, until
Wednesday afternoon, when she set a
precedent for Chinese in the District by
being married according to Christian
ceremonial, la Orientally deferential to
her husband, but ahe is an American,
too. and knows something of woman's
' If he sufflage, me likee sufflage, too."
she said In her small, decorous voice.
"But roe not yte-glowrn yet only wife
glown. Old 'nough mally husband, not
old "nough cast sufflage bally vote."
Whereby Mrs Lee Yow, nee Chu How,
would say fiat while ahe Is sixteen
years old, and qu'te old enough to be
a Chinese wife, she naturally lacks age
from the point of view of November 5,
when even residents of the District can
vote In the straw election which the
District Suffrage League will hold
Mrs. Lee Yow finds enough In Wash
ington to talk about wlt!-out touching
on suffrage, which isn't to be found In
Washington. She Is a New Yorker, and
she had never seen Washington until
her father. Chu Tal Foap. brought her
here for the marriage ceremony, which
Rev. Jamea Shera Montgomery per
Geonre W. Bibcock. Tl jear. National nomec
Filbert Elkrr, a. KM Kalorama Read nw.
EUrn H tlllea, 75, Gcorgi Waahlnston L'nlr. noa,
Michael C Sneer. 48 Gmrmmiit Hwpital Inaaae.
Fida S Dewey. 53 ProriJcnce HoritiL
Annie E. Putea, til, 7113 I'a. Air nw.
Jacob Hill. 73. GoTrmmmt Hoacital for Insane.
John E. Toner. C Zll ltth St. ne
Miry I. White. S3, CI Stanton Place ae.
Gertrude E. Aahby. 1, 177.1 Fort Drin re
Richard M Thornton. Z months. III Kh St. m
Clara Slielton. 43 nam. 313 Dixon Court aw.
Frincn A. Hawkins. 3. 303 X St. nw.
Oliter Steiner. 1 year 5 months, 3)07 ltth St. nw.
Martha Lcitwkn. 40 year, lith and S Sta.
Mental Strain Worth g J O.OOO.
Qabrlella Cross jesterday sued Ger
trude Sterner for $10,000 damages, alleg
ing that defendant had her arrested on
a charge of maklnK threats ,of violence
on September 21 last, and that the case
was dismissed In the Police Court, there
being no evidence Plaintiff alleges she
suffered $10,000 worth of mental strain
and other Injury to her good name and
North Capitol Savings Bank
731 North Capitol Street
' Will open for business to-morrow (Saturday) even-
ing, November 2d, at 3:30. All of our friends are
I invited to be present
' Dr. D. D. Mulcahy, President.
Louis Holmes, Vice President, proprietor of Holmes & Son. X .
O. n. George. Vice President, pen'l. agt. Adams St So. Ex. Co. t
T. Frank Morgan, Vice President, chief of section. G. P. O.
W. Hunter Haycock. Secretary, supt. of delivery. City P. O.
E. H. Dyer. Treasurer.
Leo. A. Rover. Attorney.
All officers and the following:
J. Edw. Chapman, coal merchsnt.
O. E Darnafl. Supt. National Training School for Boys.
B. B. Donnely, Public Printer.
Daniel Doody, wine mechant,
H. C. Easterday. druggist.
Eugene C Qott, manager for Sidney West.
Robert N. Hsrper. president District National Bank.
"Dr. E. B. Horen, dentist
W. P. Kenealy. druggist.
Alice E. Malone. broker.
Gerson Nordllnger, President Phlllpsborn Co.
Robert Lee O'Brien, real estate broker, Supt. O'Brien & Co.
Philip S. Roy, physician.
L. E. Robey. ass't. station master. Union Ststlon.
John A. Robinson, auditor of freight accts.. Southern Ryt
C. C Rogers. Collector of Taxes, D. C
,, C. V. Sparrow, grocer.
"J. a Tyree. druggist
Leon B. Ulrnan. manager Holmes A Son.
'Prank C Wallace, foreman printing. G. P. O.
i -Emll West, men's wear.
Warner Stutler, contractor. ,
LMne ef State Clue.
litJcnu os tke Deth
' - Tiee Pretiieat
There was plenty of enthusiasm last
night at a meeting, of the League of Re
publican State Clubs. T. Lincoln Town
send, who has been In charge of the cam
paign headquarters for the Republican
party in the District, returned yesterday
morning from New York, .where be went
to see the directors of the Taft cam
paign, and his observations led him to
predict that a whole lot of people would
be .surprised next Tuesday. He reported
a pronounced Chang. In sentiment, and
had no. hesitancy In saying that reports
at national headquarters were of a moat
encouraging character for the Taft
. Mr- Townsend's report ss to existing
conditions was received with cheers by a
large attendance of members, man of
whom will go home to vote.
The following minute In 'respect to the
death of Vice President Sherman, offered
by E. C. Snyder, was unanimously adopt
ed: "James Schoolcraft Sherman, Vice
President of the United States, came
from the ranks of the common people.
He died as he had lived, one of them. In
his death the nation has lost a most ex
emplary cltUen and public servant. His
life is an inspiration for the youth ot
the republic His death will make his
character and his achievements more
"James Schoolcraft Sherman loved life,
he loved hi. friends, he was loyal to his
party, and he died revered by all, and
he will be missed In countless ways. In
forum. In business, and at the fireside.
Therefore, in memory of his untimely
death, the League of Republican State
Clubs In meeting assembled this thirty
first day of October, directs that this
minute h sent to the family of the de
ceased." Mr. Townsend announced that the elec
tion returns would be received at the
National Republican Club, a leased wire
having been arranged for the occasion,
to which all the members of the execu
tive committee of the league are invited.
OgJee end Sales Help famished
ly. TeL 4511 Main. 107 Barrister Bldg.
The colossal stone statues and other
relics of an unknown race on Easter Is
land. 2.000 miles off the Vest coast of
South America, are to be studied by an
English scientific expedition.
About the things I make that
I want people to be happy
Yean ago I made this
statement and it's still true.
I would rather take my
furniture back than have
people unhapy with it.
And so, with every piece,
I give this guarantee :
Tata paster tegether with
my dei Ice aad signature
(branded) an n piece of
furniture stands na say
anarantee to the parrhaaer
that the piece la made with
the eame rare and earnest
seaa that haa characterised
all any efforts frent the be
alaalag. and le meant te
Imply that I hold myself
responsible for aey defeets
In material, workmanship,
or Onlah that may be dis
covered by the pnrehaaer
even after the piece has
been In iM.for n reason
able lengtsrof time, and
that I will either .make
good any defects er take
back the piece and refnnd
the pnrehaae price.
This piece waa made la
my cabinet chops at Eaet
wed. X. Y.
1512HSI..KW.. WASHINGTON. D.C.
Other Steewa MEW YORK. BOSTON
WORKSHOPS EASTWOOD. N. Y.
Fmy PrlM PiM ttr CtfjrifM if
Tilt's Nnr I MYiir"
TatMy prlcis for t1eOTlhta (
popular musM warned a eannisx 71
day when a muslo tnaavTwW Jrets.
alia, tmttmmHg smm a sannSa n Ylaa i
right of a 'song gcarMty dry font tM
mm MttMl Kt'i BTaW X Waal Tan."
And yet rstat elate ha wlUmaaa
fortune on it at onry a coma per 1
wholesale. Hera la a Mttloa of
chorus dipped front a copy Jast iiustwll
Tlvtt'i How 1 Need.You
The sasnTia bo batter tkaa a
otnara. astaSnt that tt sgsjfghH
bar nf add hermfftittn alsad. evldantly.
to develop wasnsng Tin setag la
belag guag this weak br Varna aad oom
paar sicknasa. QaM aa ovatlan la
accorded them at the tanaaro ox tna
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from dark edges, broken type.
typographical errors. Ac
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2.000 LETTERS, S4.0
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
DlatrtVt Rational Bank Bsdldlng.
1406 G Street
Phone Mala T84ML
Table Lnurits. Elgin litter.
236 E St. N. E. lhon L. 497
We GIti Votes ta The Berald'l CON Caoteat.
FXMOIS 51 Virielj CA.
r.acn pouna contains ou aincrcna
Absolutely pure candles.
1217 Pa. Ave. N. W.
tVe give Herald grWKKJ eoatest votes,
909 Seventh Street
Lowe Bros. H. s. Paints
cover from SO to 100 mora
squsre feet than the ordi
nary paint, and It lasts
from 2 to 3 years longer
therefore. It costa less. It
won't chalk or blister.
DE MAINE A CO.
mi h st, n. w.
We Gtn Votes ta Ttw Benld'a SB.SJ0 Cccte.
IF IT'S ELECTRICAL, WE HAVE IT
Phone H. J34.
CEO. W. PAREZO,
605 II St. N. W.
Electrical Supplies and Novelties.
We Gin Votn la tie UiraM s fAOSt Contset.
See Porto Rico
THIS "Island of Enchantment." rightly
x named "rich port." la moat charming
at this time of the year. Rich in natural
beauty, traditions. legend! and romance.
Porto Rico affords an Ideal outing. Your
vacation begins when you board oae ot
our big. swift steamers, equipped with
every ocean comfort. Sailings from
New York every Saturday.
RewTerk ft Perte Rice Staassskis Co.
Branch Office. 1 306F St. N. W- Washiaftoa
tKals'n Aug. vie.. Nov. . 3 p-o-HTennajltiala. Nov. s
ICorcorado Kor. 7mrlt......!0T. U
luamDarg oavn. secoria csnn ocuy.
tWti-Carllcn a la Carta Besusraat.
Miwtka.ikillK.iUjiwn, laplie, Imm
g, S. MOLTKK Nov. U. 11 A. Id.
S. S. CHfCIKNATI Dec. t, 11 A. SL
g. 9. HAMBURG Jan. It. 11 A. M.
8. . CINCINNATI (ORIENT
CRUISE) .....Jan. 3S, 10 A. M.
S. g. HAMBURG Feb. 2. 10 A. M.
Will not call at Algiers.
HAMBUSa-AiltBICAN USX. II Bnadwty;
N. T ot JLF. Droop Boas Ok, 11th sad O Ma,
ST.; Cse. W. Uoas, B7 Uth St, Waahiaftoa, S. &
isw-srsaead the 4nw. IsmS ia-ty
sesss Us ssieh er. Tnsrsasw f SMndfeaT
fwu L v
1st K leak,
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Largt WKtt Ctity,
CEO. C. AlTEMfl
2920 14th StN.W.
lsmannS Ctfla- ML
2440 18th StJf.W.
Pnsns Cot. anTaV
College of Law
li Women and Mam.
1S1T 1TBW TOHX AVKXVat IT. W.
Three vears' course, leadiru to'
degree LL. B.; tuition, $03 per. n-
Post-graduate study, one vear.
degree IX. M.; patent law for;
practice before U. S. Patent Of
Twenty-sue members of facility.
Evening sessions exclusively.
ELLEN SPENCER MUSSEY. Uean.
Phone M. 4SSS.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
US nmotn St. N. X. Fame lam. am.
Washington ScrmI if Accufntawy
rroleauonal eoacanoo a lAoaatiBcr. prvpanag
far State carUfldU ot earuai
aad let bnalaan sdmsilatrstlon.
epedtSr adapted to ana miulned Coring the daj.
eVpage bolletlB on itoaeit. Call m iililins. Csrec
tct of Uocatioa. LaaimaKuw. '
D and iismmt. Hi ii-if itlfiMT Xteta. SMsT ewtan.
Brcc Ja. Gradod. UtfL, sod boab-aM eoaiwm. Aim
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MAIHOUR, GIITAI All MUO.
Walter T. IwHiW Wat A.LKII
E En mNe mcUce wsekb'. Kcealca Chiba.
NEW STUDIOS KXWOIB BDILDIITO.
aaa u amen swunei
Indlvldnal Iaatraetloa far Twang Gtrta.
The Karllagten. latk . N. W.
NOTICE Or ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK- i
boldira. The annual matins ef the stockholders ,
of the I'nlianltj Qab BaHding Ommv, Ik.,
wUl be txii on till raOHTKrwTH DAT of
hemnber. A. D. aa. it II o'clock a. au. at the
priodnal office of the company, ta the Stale of
Virgin's, us soata ralrtu BUI. JJaxaaoni.
Vi. for the tnrnMe of eleeUag a board of di
rector and RcriTineT and ictlag apoa the svosfts
uf the officera, and for the liimai fill of each
other buKBoas aa mar propsrlr ecaae Htsfe tae
roeeUng. Dated tbe Uth dar of October, A D.
Ull M.K PARKXB. PnaMtat. G. T. BUT
VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEAUm. NATCBAU
nacanrilcal: KD-pagi book fm. Apctr br antt. '
ooloraoo Biog. rne nam tat i
at In p. m.
MAKE IT PLAIN
To roar grocer that son I
wheat. No I
will die such
MILLERS, anaraataad scnattg
E7At roar grooar'a No riaiamafa sssanM.
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO.,
Wholesalers, 11th aad XI gtn. g. .
FINNEY On Wedneedav, October ax
1912. at nis resiaenee in Alexandria
Countr. Va., LEWIS HARVIE FIN
NEV, in his seventy-sixth year.
.Funeral services wUl be held from,
chapel. Oak Hill Cemetery, on Fri
day. November, 1. at J p. m.
BOY On Thursday. October XI. 1911 at
4 so p. m, njuxux J. hui, oeiovea
wife ot James 8. Koy. in tne
tieth year ot her age.
funeral (Drlvatel from her late
dance. 801 Varnum Street Northl
Saturday. November 2. Interment la
QE0IQE P. ZUEH0XSI,
Sal KAST OAFITOtV ST.
g. CHAB. a. lunuunsT.
WILLIAM LEE. FnneJ. JMrewtwe
I rmlalawr Llnrj ta eoeMOtvav Oonmasanf
Caasel sad Medern Crtmauetnnu iiosmt
tmaajlraata At, aw. Telephone Itstn .
W. R. SPEARE.
rCXESAL OIBCCTOB AND gMBAUlBm.
940 F Street N. W.
FRANK A-SPCrstC. Mvn-. '
Ot sfretr Baailyllia Mo