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Ml PLAYER PIANOS
JOS. HAIX CHASE.
We can sell you a hlgrh-ijyda
Piano j:00 to $300 cheaper than
any house In Washington. They
can't aell at our .prices and pay
their expense. If they quote you
our prices they use a stencil pi
ano. I have looked, up some
stenciled pianos with names to
order on them, as used In Wash
ington. I have gotten these same
pianos for you. Their price Is
from $109 to 0. I sell you the
same make from the same fac
tory from- $98 up.
- Standi Pianos Exposed.
Dent Buy Wlthent Seeing Us)
First. SpeelaHBara-atan for Fri
day amd Satnrday. lUsJheot Grade
GodlU la the World. Reference
People In Wasfclnaton wis
have sued Schnoerts for SB yeans.
JOSEPH HALL CHASE PIAIO CO.,
1S07 O St. k. W.' nnd MM Tth
St. jr. w.
Both Stores Opea Satstrday
Enslssi Until SdO.
We give Herald (25,000
014 Shoes lepaire.
After we get through
with them tbey look
like new. It costs lit
tle. It saves much.
719 Ninth St. PI. W.
Work Called for and Dellvarad.
W Gin Votes In Tat Bcnld's 13.00) OostaC
Cold and Grippe
Are positively Cured with
In One Day, or Money
McChesiey & Jiachm.
COR. 34 E JT. K.
COR. 8th A F If. K.
We give Herald (23,000 contest votes.
STOP THAT ACHE
Headaches Can be Stopped by Using
H. E. S.
Heat Fatigue is readily overcome
by our Powders.
H. E. SPRUCEBANK & GO.
2d St. and Pa. Ave. 8. E..
Telephone l S28.
Wa give Herald (23,000 contest votes.
lllostrators and Deslpars
PROCESS ENGRAVERS f
Wassingin Peri BJdr. M. 673.
"QUALITY AND SPEED"
Ws GIts Votsj la Tbs Henld's
Ths Choicest the Market
Affords Can Always
Be Found at
4th and H Streets N. E.
We give Herald
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P. a Station 68. ' Tel. X. 1MB,
School Supplies. Magazines, Periodicals.
-Branch Post-office. .
1401 H STREET N. E.. .
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r President Taft sUpped quietly. ,awy
tram 'ths White Houao yesterday for a
motor trip to Baltimore, ostensibly ,to
lunch with Walter B. Brooks at the lat-
Urs country place at. Green SprsBsT
yallr.--but in reality to talk poUUcs
with, a number of prominent Maryland
Republicans, who bad aasemued at Mr.
Brooks' summer home for a quiet chat
with',the Chief Executive- '
Prominent among those present were
Gov. Goldoborough and. Gen. Felix
Anius. 'All those present frankly told
mhtv ill, itit... h wnulfl h.v 'to fleht
too ' President that; although be might
hard for It as the .Democrats are allied
as never before, the Wilson banner being
unfurled over the camps . of the "ma
chine." as wen as. over the "Independ
Following bis colloquy with the Mary
landers, President , Taft motored back
to the Whits House, where he dined
quietly with Maj. Bhoads and Assistant
PEOF. ELY JOyORZD.
Ckeaslst st Callandet Takes Cnalr
at Frederlelc Sehool.
Prof. Charles Ely, who has for a long
time held the chair of chemistry at Gal
laudet College, will leave this dty to
day to assume the .duties of principal
or tne Maryland Btate Bcnooi ror tne
Deaf, which is located at Frederick.
No arrangements have been mad as
yet for filling the chair left vacant by
Prof. Ely. It is stated at the college
that he will give the chemistry depart
ment guidance until the chair of chem
istry has. been filled, coming occasionally
to Washington. for this purpose. Prof.
Ely Is a member of the Etymological
Society and has done a lot of research
work In the National Museum.
rVnneral of Dr. J. E. Toner To-day.
Funeral, sen lues for Dr. John E.
Toner, who died Wednesday night at his
home. 31 Fourteenth Street Southeast.
will be held at 9 o'clock this morn
Ins: from the Church of the Holy Com
forter, Rev. Dr. Wheeler officiating. In
terment will be in Mount Olivet Ceme
tery. Betheeda Democrats Meet To-nlsjat.
Betbesda DIstrlot Democratic Club will
bold a mass meeting and srand rally In
the Bethesda Hall to-night. There win
be a large bonfire and fireworks and
music by the Forest Glen Band. David
E. Flnley, vice chairman of the National
Democratic Congressional Committee: E.
V. Brookshlre. ex-member of Congress
from Indiana; Charles W. Darr, and J.
S. Easby-Smlth will be the speakers.
If your household belongings should burn you cannot
collect a dollar from an insurance company unless you are
able to accurately describe the property that has been
burned or damaged.
You cannot give this necessary description unless you
have an accurate tabulated list of your belongings and their
valuation. If you wait until the Are occurs, it will be too
late to make that list except from memory. You have got
to do it before the lire; therefore you should secure a com
plimentary copy of our Household Inventory Book and set
down in it all the things of value which you possess.
The book is 54 by 8i inches in size, contains 36 pages,
and every article of furniture is listed room-by' room. All
you have to do is to place a valuation" after each article.
There are also pages devoted to the listing of books, bric-a-brac,
china, glassware, silverware, clothing, linen, pic
tures, and jewelry, and a recapitulation showing the value
of the articles contained in each room.
YOU NEED THIS BOOK. We will send you a
copy by mail, free, if you will answer this advertisement
In doing so you will incur no obligation. We are the
largest Fire Insurance Company in the District of Colum
bia, and want every householder and property owner in
the city of Washington to have a complimentary copy of
this valuable and necessary' Household Inventory Book.
WRITE FOR IT TO-DAY.
COMMERCIAL FIRE INSURANCE CO.
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"01IGDUX BDTX MOOfE"
FACX8 MAID LA1CUTT
, If Ira OUs' Oelger, thirty-three years
old, self-styled the "Original Bull
Moose," who. came to' Washington to
boost his candidacy for the Presidency;
can prove to the alienists at the Wash
lagton .Asylum Hospital that be 'is not
insane, as ( charged by the policy ha' -till
likely be removed to Oakland, Cat, to
face charges of grand larceny aad vio
lation of probation.
'Whan Oelger was arrested bar by
Detectives Burllngamo aad Weedon on
Tuesday, newspapers in all sections of
the country reported the fact, and such
an account In a California newspaper
was seen by Sheriff Frank Bsrnet of
Alameda County. CaL Ho wlred"MaJ.
Sylvester to hold Oelger, who, it is
charged, is wanted ta Oakland to face
Oelger Is now being examined by alien
ists at ths Washington Asylum Hospital
aad Is In custody on charge of being in
OK. DAYIDSOM RETDKRS.
Sapertntendent Plana Minor Inno
vations In aenool Manacentent.
With plans for minor Innovations for
the improvement of the business man
agement of the Washington public
schools, chief of which are recommenda
tions for time-saving office machines. Dr.
William M. Davidson, superintendent of
schools, returned yesterday from a
week's tour of Inspection of business sys
tems employed In the schools of New
York, Boston, and Newton. Mass. Dr.
Davidson was accompanied by. Alonzo
Tweedale, District Auditor.
Dr. Davidson Is convinced that the
business of the Washington schools is as
well managed as In any dty. He found
that the same amount of work In the
cities visited Is being done by twice as
many employes, with the consequence
that it is much more detailed than here.
The Board of Education recently
placed the business management directly
under the superintendent. The business
was formerly taken care of by the
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WASHINGTON, D. C
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- Umliattoaa on salaries wfeich may bo
paid specialists, a rtaalatioa widen has
caused 'friction la other deajsilmsnta of
government, should bo lemiiTSd from the
Bureau of Education! ft: la asserted In;
the annual report of the Commissioner
of Education, P. P. Claxton. which was,
made- public yesterday.
The report contains statements of the
accomplishments of the division of higher
education, which, betides doing statisti
cal and publishing' work, has supervi
sion of 'land-grant colleges." aad of ths
divisions of school administration, school
hygiene and sanitation, " rural education,
statistics, library, editorial, aad corre
spondence.. Special chapters of the report are de
voted to the Alaska school service, and
the Alaska reindeer,, service.
LEAVES ESTATE TO CHUDEZH.
WtU of Mary T. Hognn Filed, for
The wUlof.Mary Anna. Whits, dated
November "2. Ull. was 'Sled, for probata
yesterday. Mrs. Rebecca McLaughlin, of
Fifteenth and Iv Streets Northwest, la
remembered with. SCO. aad the rest of
the estate 'la devised to Benjamin Mack
Spauldlng, Andrew Thomas, Sarah Jans
Freeman, ,and Amanda Moore. Mrs.
Letcy L. Ashton. 'and Benjamin Mack
Spauldlng are named as executors.
Mary T. Hogan by her will, dated
October 24, 1512, and filed for probate
yesterday, devised properties 12R Irving
Street and U Fifteenth Street North
west to her children, Maria Regina,
Anna Louise, and Walter Hogan. The
rest of the estate is to go to her brother,
Walter J. Torpey. to be held in trust by
him for the beneflt of her children until
tbey are of age, when It Is to be divided
among them In equal shares.
MKS. HUTUHJLNS FILES FETUIOV .
Widow of Millionaire Aalca that Ad
ministration of Ketate Bo Speeded.
Mrs. Rose Keeling Hutchlns yesterday
Hied a petition urging that the admin
istration of the estate of 8tilson Hutchlns
Mrs. Hutchlns points out that 113 days
have elapsed since the petition for the
probate of the last will of her husband
was filed. She has made two unsuccess
ful attempts to obtain monthly allow
ances of $U0O.
Under the terms of the will, which
has been attacked, Mrs. Hutchlns is to
receive 33 per cent of the remaining
estate, a similar amount going to Walter
8 til son Hutchlns. Lee Hutchlns is to
receive 30 per cent. Mildred Rodgers, a
granddaughter. Is to receive 10 per cent
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over 2ST yean at 1323 F Street,
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IT IS A QflET PUGEFOI QflET PEOPLE
w . It offers toils patron&thebesf
of everything toea skillfully pre-
pareii and properly cooked and:
. ; served by courteous white: employ
'' est which is considered by its pa'
trons sufficient attraction, without
music and ostentatious display.
Twenty years ago the "Gentle
men's Business Lunch" was first
inaugurated in "The Losekam"
and the results have proved the
importance of keeping on hand
always a fresh supply of marine
The oysters served at "The
Losekam" are tonged, deep salt
water oysters, arriving daily via
the Norfolk steamer and opened
at our oyster bar.
The live lobsters served are
shipped direct via the Adams Ex
press Company, packed in patented
cases and are handled in the most
sanitary manner. Crab flakes and
lumps only are served, and, in or
der to retain intact their tissue and
delicious flavor, they are steamed
and not boiled.
Patrons of this popular place may
rely absolutely upon being served with
the purest and best of everything to
please the most critical epicure.
Special Attention Given
1323 F St. N. W.
T. R. MARSHALL, Proprietor
We Make Our Own Mattresses
THAT'S WHY WE KNOW THEY'RE GOOD
Nothing but dean, white layer felt used in all our Mattresses.
staw'niani MZirltlff ' S 1 M iff
Have your selection charged. Well arrange convenient easy
$150 PARLOR SET FREE to The. Herald contestant who
is awarded the $5,000 house and lot. Register at our store. That
is the only condition.
Luisburgh Furniture and Carpet Co.
512 Ninth Street N. W.
We Give Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest "
We have just received a
p Supply, of 4
Fancy Gtldep Grimes
The beauty apple, either cooklnc
or eating-, at prices . that a
riant. Qqalltr xjiaranteed'
't Wa kkvaSataM I
e Lbseka.ni located for
to After-theater Parties.
Crier's White Pine
differs (rem anr other 'offered In
Washington. It ts unquestionably
the most successful treatment for.
bronchial colds obtainable. See that
It bears the name of "CJrier"
GRIER & GRIER,
NINTH NKW YORK AVRV
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Tfcis GsMraeteei Brass 1W
' Ton would a-uess the prloa to be
I1S;00 so handsome and substaatlal
Is this bed. It will not tarnish, eras
under the most., severe" sold testsyl
Dues a. oca la your nunc is n
ture to be proud of. The low prloa
ts possible because wa msnnfaerare
oar own beds, sad aell so fHr
that. a very small profit satlsnosu.
rialtx Werk tno aoat i
933 G Street N. W.
811 Seveith Street N.W.
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Broaoway and Ufa It, Vow Team
Tbi nvams hotel hm bssa ismiiilit. i
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taUU spprsnmsnts hse bssa BntsOsd. tat
an bs oanpsnd tKnahtj vtth enr tn the dtr.
Tke OXI.T Flrst-Class BOTEIa
ItEAR ALI fIEAafaHIP UXKM.
WU3ia ov neona off easy polot at latssne.
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THE VERT BEST ACCOMXODA-
tioxs iar the crrr at
$1.00 PER DAY UP
7 Mantes from Grand Central Depot
10 SUaatea to Leading Store and
ST. DENIS HOTEL CO.
Also STA7TWIX HAIX HOTEL
Albany. IC T.
EstabUshed 1171. Tel. Worth lilt.
1715 14th Strut R.W.
Prices and Terms Hade for SSta sad
WaablnsTton. D. C Philadelphia. Pa.
Cemetery LoU Bousht. Bold, and
Exchaaxed. Cremation Arranged.
lest Servict Cnraitwtt!
All kinds of wood, cloth, aad metal
caskets furnished at moderate
5C Garden Theater 5c
""" 423 9th Street 3T. W. W"'
1 P. M. Continuous to 11 P. M.
S-reel Feature, Other flrat ran
plctarea. Garden Orchestra. To
nlaht. Danclna; Content. Silver
3C THEATER 3C
519 Seveith Strut Nirthwest
WM. A1REY. Manajer.
Fresh Film Every Day
We alve Herald 9XSJ0O0 contest votes.
MOVING PICTI1E TIEATEI
322 Pewttylvaiu Avt.S.E.
OP HIGH-CLASS PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
OPEN AT 6:30 P. M.
Ws GIts Totes Id The Btrsld'i C5.0S Oocitaa.
715 Ith St. S. E.
I : Wher? comfort and content
I -raent reign supreme.
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Csslest Theater iiTiwi.
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