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NEW YORK'S FAR FAMED H011L
Located on one" of .the .
world's famous aoenaes
near Central Park, away
from the noise of street
. cars and traffic,- yet
easify accessible to the
theatre 'and shopping-
'district ' T
Single Rooms without Bath $3.00 and
$4.00 per day; with Bath $5.00, $6,00
and $8.00; and for two people $6.00,
$8.00 and $10.00 per day.
Suites consisting of Parlor, Bedroom
and Bath, $10.00 upward; larger Suites
in proportion. All outside rooms.
133-137 West 47th St., NEW YORK CITY
JUST OFF BROADWAY.
The right kind of a. hotel In the right locality. In the heart of the
theater district and adjacent to the shopping centers. Positively fire
proof. Excellent cuisine and an exceptional orchestras A large addition
just completed, containing library, grill, and billiard halL
Handsomely Furnished Rooms, Private Bath,
$1.50 per day upward
Trvnm rsmnd Central Station, cars marked "Broadway" without transfer?
Pennsylvania Station. Tth Av. cars without transfer. Booklet upon request.
H. K. SHAKES. I'KUF.
Successor to Hansell Wall rarer 'Co.
Te Klve Herald 923,000 contest votes.
S07 F STREET
leading Opticians far Over n Quar
ter of Century
Oculists' Prescriptions Filled
We Glra Votes in The Herald's (3.300 Costa.
SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY
Service and comfort out of a
pair of shoes that we have soled
and heeled bv our efficient and
SHOE MF6.& REPAIR CO., Inc.
Work called for and delivered.
Phone SI. 1619.
B Works: 403 11th SI. H.W.
S Hive Herald 133,000 contest rates.
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! mono to throw tbcm away Tboaa part ei
tba. thee bar cotwtant wear and br no Beam 1b
Urate the Ufa of tha abee. Bo tike tbcm to
Tony Guiffre, l?..
Eboea to order. Orthopedle work. No deformity
no eurienjt to com peneeu? ana eomrartsbiy.
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i Herald's S3.008 Cot.
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Whether jou own a LOO Brownla or a
HOO Kodak, jou will learn How to Make
Good Pictures from the handy. Instruc
tive llttlf book for the amateur photog
W. J. KROISE, HI fi St. R. W.
We give Herald tTLOsO contest Tetea..
Largest stock ever carried. Also Laces.
Dry Goods. Hosiery and
MRS. J. A. MOODY.
r?0 Georgia. Ave. N. W.
We arrre Hernia S2SMW content vocee.
Everything for father mother, and
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3304 Ga. Av. Col. 1334.
Get rocr votes beta In Herald CUS0 Contest.
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ware of every description.
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. JAMES TROSKEY'
f. 1IIS4I ' 1451 P .
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NEW YORK CITY.
47th St., Just Off Broadwav.
Convenient to Everything.
Library, Billiard Hall and Restau
rant in Connection.
All Rooms Handsomely Furnished.
75 Rooms, $1.00 per day.
100 Rooms, with Private Bath,
$1.50 per day.
50 Rooms, with Private Bath,
$2.00 per day.
D. S. Dent, at Agricaltore, Weather Borfaa,
Wuhiacton. Friday. Norembtr I. ISO- n m.
Indicatioos are that the neither will be xraenllr
jajr sacuraar ana hunaay In ail pans of the coun
frr. eiotpt in the I'anfle States, where there will
be local rains.
The temperature will bo much lower Satnrday
throughout the Atlantic States and on the East
Golf coast, and it will rise Saturday and Sunday
m uie onnwesiern stales, tno a'Xalns atates, and
the Upper Mississippi alley. "-
Storm warnings are displayed on the Atlantic
coast irom llaucrsa to Cabtiort.
The winds along the New Cncland coast win be
brisk west and northwest; on tho Middle Atlantic
coast, moderate to brisk northwest; on tSe bouth
Atlantic coaft. moderate west and nortbnest; on
the East Gulf coast, moderate northerly; on the
West Gulf coast, light to moderate northerly, be
coming rariable. oa the Great lAkes. moderate
Midnight. SI; 2 a. m.. . 4 a. m , SZ; S a, in.,
52; B a m , 53; 10 a. m.. 61; 12 noon, 63; i p. m..
5; 6 p m.. 64; 6 p. m . ; 8 rv m., 56, 10 p. m.
53. Higheet. 66; lowest, 48.
Relatire humidity 8 a. m , 100; 2 p. m SO; 8 p
m , 56. nalntall (8 p m. to 8 p. m.), 0 25 Hours
of sunshine, 0; prr cent of possible sunshine. 0
Temperature same date last year Highest, 60;
Temperature In Other Titles.
Temperatures m other dties, torethel with tba
amount ol rainfall for the twenty four hours ended
at I p. m. yesterday, ar aa followa:
v Max. Min. 1p.m. lau.
Asherllle, X. C 3 56 44 0M
Atlanta. Ga 71 62 64 0.3)
Atlantic Oty, X. J 66 51 61 0 M
Burmarck. N'. Dak 14 2t 3 ....
Boston, Mass 64 4 64 0 41
Buffalo, N. Y 58 44 40 0.3
Chicago, 111 40 X X 0 48
Cincinnati. Ohio 18 42 40 fl IS
Cheyenne, Wyo 43 W 34
DaTenport, Iowa 40 33 32 ....
DcnTcr, Colo.. .............. K s t ....
Des Moinea, lowa.u. 33 39
Duluth, Minn 28 20 23
Galreston, Tex 60 49 M ....
Helena, Mont. 40 18 30
Indianapolis. Ind 43 33 36 (59
Kansas City, Mo. 38 33 32 0 01
Little Hoc. Art 82' 42 46
Loa Angelas, Cal 54 R
Marquette, Mich. 32 28 28 0.28
Memphis. Term. . 50 44 46 0 02
New Orleans. La. 82 63 '50
New Tors, N. T M 52 58 0(1
North Platte, Nebr. 48 30 X
Omaha. Nebr.. 36 30 32 . .
Philadelphia, Pa 68 SO SO 058
Pittsburg. Pa .'. 62-66 42 8 03
Portland. Me 58 38 56 0.66
Portland, Orag. 52 48 50
bait Lake City. Utah. 50 30 46 .
St. Louis, Mo 41 36 40 012
at. Paul, Minn. .... 34 28 30
San Frandaco, Cal t 82 52 58
Hnringseld. IU 42 38 38 cjj
Taeama, Wash . ,5! .. 50 002
Tampa, Fit TO 7
Toledo. Ohio ... 42 38 36 0 54
To-day HighUde. 1ST a. m. sad 1:48 p. m.; low
tide, 8:01 a. m. and 830 t m.
TtMnorrowIigh tide, 2 II a. m. tad 255 p. m.;
low tide. 91S s. 7a. and f 5 p. m. t
Gen.- Xoaby Better.
Gen. John A. Mosby. the famous Con-
leaerate leader, who has been seriously
III at -Garfield. Hospital1- for, the past
ten days.-, was reported yesterday to be
out ,of ; immediate ''danger and .greatly
Improved: When .first .taken to, the hos
pital it was thought that an operation
would be necessary, but Gen. Mosby Is
progressing so -well- that Dr. rranT-i.
R. Hanger, his attending physician, de-
ciaea yesieraay.nof W .perform the oper
ation unless" there-, sfcorUd be a change
for the -worse m'hia patknt's condition.
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Irt.il Mawaiats AMoebUm
ail s4iic GsitH
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Mew.Meaben Are Elected Briag-
iag tke Total Up to Oae Hun
dred tad Porty-one.
Appointment ofj standlna; oommlttees
and a cenaral dlaiusslon of trade abuses
and the means to eliminate them occu
pied the attention of the board of ov-
ernors of tho Bctall HercbanU Associa
tion at Its' November meetlnjf yesterday
In the 'rooms of the Chamber of Com
merce. President Joseph Strasburger
preslded and E. F. Ellers was secre
John-Dolph. chairman of the conven
Uons committee of the Chamber of Com
merce, was present and outlined the plan
devised by his committee to raise a gen
eral convention fund of CWW, and asked
that a committee of twelve, representing;
the Retail Merchants Association, be ap
pointed to form a Joint committee with
the Chamber of Commerce and Board
of Trade to raise the fund and supervise
Its expenditure. The governors approved
the general features of the plan, and the
appointment of the committee of twelve
by the chair was authorized.
President Strasburger announced the
appointment of tha following chairmen
of standing committees, who. according
to the rules of the body, will name other
members of their committees: Credit and
collections. O Kordllnger: membership,
R. P. Andrews: freight and transporta
tion. I. Qoldenberg: arbitration. If. A.
Leeie: trade abuses. George De Neal:
publicity. Isasc Cans; home trade. Owen
Owen: out-of-town trade. A. D. Prlnce.
A communication was received from
the Bureau of Labor asking the co-operation
of the merchants in aiding the
government to obtain accurate statistics
regarding employes in department stores.
Includbig wages, hours of service, aver
age time employed! sex. and general con
ditions under which the labor of such
employes is carried on. It was explained
in the communication that this data is
to b used with similar facts from other
cities in tables to show the actual facts
of such service. The names of the de
partment stores-fumlihlng the data are
not to be published or made known
The major part of the meeting was
taken up with a discussion of what was
termed trade abuses. W. J. Eynon called
attention to the itinerant merchant who
comes to Washington, uses some hotel
as a temporary shop, and sells goods at
cheaper prices perhaps than the local
houses, because they are not under as
heavy expenses. Robert Pluym spoke of
the same abuse connected with the sale
of women's suits and apparel. M. A.
Lcese called attention to the custom of
the Board of Education In having the
suits of the High School Cadets made
out of the city. A. D. Prince rpoke of
the matter of furnishing badges, pins.
and other articles to the classes of the
high schools and other assoclatlpns of pu
pils. In all these cases the speakers de
clared It was urgent that a committee or
committees of the association should
tske up these questions and try to solve
yie problems Inolved.
President Strasburger called attention
to efforts made in this direction by other
trade bodies, and said nothing had been
accomplished because of the difficulty of
obtaining the necessary legislation from
Congress. He said that under the pres
ent laws it n as impossible to reach these
people, and he was much discouraged
about getting such laws as would stop
the ells complained of. A special com
mittee of five was named to take these
several matters up The committee
named was Owen Owen, G. Nordlinger,
M. A. Leese, Edward Droop, and A. D
Attention saa called to the congrega
tion of fruit lenders In certain parts of
Seventh Street, and the goternors were
requested to take action looking to the
abatement of the so-called nuisance.
The following new members of the as
sociation were elected by the governors:
James E. Rosenthal, C. F. Sudnarth. W.
T. Moon. W. D. Peck. William L. Kins
man. Sworxjn &. Bros.. I. Newman, JJ.
B. Frank. F. C. Chorley. Lewis Dlno
witz. F. J. Helbcrger & sons. H. G. Ad
ler & Sons, Alfred Mayer, and Edward
Kohner. This brings the membership of
the body to 141.
AT PANAMA EXPOSITION
The executive committee of the Board
of Trade adopted a proposal at its meet
ing yesterday that tho District of Co
lumbia should exhibit at the Panama
Exposition in San Francisco in 1915 and
voted that the matter be referred to
the District Commissioners.
Twenty applicants to admission In the
board were elected by tho committee.
The applicants who had already been ap-
protcd by the membership committee
are Henry P. Amos. C. W. Bell, J. J.
Betton. S. Hazen Bond, Gustav Buch-
holz. Maurice J. Colbert. Cornelius T.
Daly, David B. Edmonston. A. Ward
Evans. Ernest Gichner, Paul F. Grove.
A. G. Herrmann, John A. Hunter, Ed
win S. Kean, John L. R. Miller. John
E. Shoemaker. A. H. Snow, O. N. Strat-
ton, G. Harris 'White, and Charles S.
Zurhorst. This' brings the membership
Of the board up to 99S.
John Dolph, chairman of the conven
tions committee of the .Chamber of Com
merce, explained to the committee the
plan suggested for raising a S,C0O con
ventions fund to bring conventions to
Washington The executive committee
decided to refer the matter to the board
of directors, which meets Monday aft
ernoon at 4:15 o'clock.
Ossee and Sales Beln furnished nromat-
?et. aais aaain. ioy .Barrister xiiag.
Jlina Lockmr. TO rears, IMS K St. nw.
Marr K: Campbell. S, 1113 O 8U wr.
Kancy J. Bor. 70, 801 Ysrnnm St, nir. ,
Jfcrgirrt A. Bean, ST. ( Tth St. ne. .
Braxton D. Aria, 82. George Wash. Unlr. Bospt.
Jolin C. Poston. I. 8C0 Jth St ne. ,
Thos. McCarthy, 70. Gamranent Hcspttal Insane.
John L. Frex, , Gorerament Hospital Insane,
Thos. VV. Ladaon. 72. Gorcmmcnt Hospital Insane.
Grace Dixon. IT. SIT B. I. Are. Mr.
Marr Hansen, ST Tuberculosis Hospital.
Cecilia Hartrtr, Is. 33) 15th St. n.
Hamnel HOI. 78, Government Hospital Insane,
Carlolto U. Lee.1. lilt tth St. aw.
John J. Motes. 18. TO F St, mr.
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heads 0f.tlHU8rvA.nisan.Ma4at an
WasblngHoairMAIet; tiaUaan4s' wiH
tin Sse-tJra-iBeawSTWssT aa'tha-ma.
chinas. The cmnjntttaa of tan ahdsMtofa
Association now has thaowanaat of the
union ttnekr'consiltratimFad will re
port to -tho orsnnisaUsfi .!?,' at
which time Us rutthBartas aCtka eta
ployers win be gtren.. H 1
The demands -of the; men are for one
day a weak off. for'a raise la wages.
snd for overtime. for-extra work on the
machines. Host of. the men are now
paid at the rats of M cents' per. hour and
their scale of Increase would brine tkotr
psy "up to 8 cents in soma eases.
HOGAN NOW CLAIMS
ProgreniTe Hational Conunittee-
man Sayi Colonel Will Carry
Utter, faith that Theodore Roosevelt
win be elected President was expressed
last night by Frank J- Hbgan, national
committeeman of the Progressive party
tor the District who had just returned
from New York, where he met repre
sentatives of the Bull Moose party from
all parts of the country.
Mr. Hogan was the only one of the
three national committeemen for the Dis
trict who would estimate the results of
the election. ,
A landslide is expected by the Bull
Moose party. Mr. Hogan stated. He said
that the Progressives would have at
least 2S6, or 30 more than are necessary
to elect. In the electoral college.
"Progressive leaders from practically
every State, certainly from all the de
batable States, were present at the con
ference in New York," Mr. Hogan said,
"and w- were able to get definite in
formation." According to Mr. Hogan's estimates
Col. Roosevelt will carry twenty-six
States, and Wilson twelve. He assigns
two States to Taft. who, he predicts, will
be "the worst defeated man in the his
tory of the country."
J. Fred Kelley, chairman, and William
McK. Clayton, secretary, of the Demo
cratic Central Committee of the District
said last night they were confident of a
They had Just gotten back from New
York where they attended the Wilson
rally, and they said the reports to Demo
cratic headquarters there showed beyoi.d
a doubt that Wilson and Marshall would
VOTE FAV0ES TAFT.
Mrnw Vote on Cars Shows President
Jn the Lend.
President Taft remains the' favorite
with, the patrons of the cars for Hyatts
ville. Birwjn, and Laurel, with Wilson
and Roosevelt holding the places of sec
and and third choice. A straw vote
taken yesterday gives Taft eighty-one:
Wilson fifty-one: Kooseelt thlrtr-eiaht:
Debs eight, and Chatin four.
Questions as to their present and past
political persuasion were asked of each
of the oters and the fact de eloped that
the defections seem to be principally from
tho Republican party to tho Bull Moose.
There were t.cntytno who had made
that snitch; sixteen who had changed
from the Democrat'e faith to the Pro
gressive; foar Republicans who had be
come Democrats, ahd fourteen Demo
crats who had decided to cast their des
tinies with the G. O. P.
Lcuis V. fetrTenton. 31. and Faira N. Onrand. 85.
Rrr. John T. Hnddle.
Jolin It (.allahan. 30. and Margaret A. Ctonler. &
Her. Martin 1. J. Fan
Uoorgo M. rtilT. 56. and Julia II. Nellson, a
Iter. E. Iirs Sm.
McItUIo and Le'la Ualand girl.
Jam L. and Dell W. Vhit!e. girl
Charles H. aiid 3dn C. bdKiMe. bio-.
Altin R. and Mary U I'rtmon. girt.
Gordon and Ollie Payne, girL
John T. and Agnes Jenkins, tor.
Charles E. and Mary Roofer, girt.
Janes B. and Nellie Greenweil. girl.
ltudWrh F. and Ellen Bailey, gill.
CO LOP. EH.
Jerome and Ellena Jenkins, boy.
Tnomaa and Ada Cary. boy.
Mirk and Sadia Berkirith. girL
1 H Hours
Through Sleeping Car
It's overnight service. Leave Washington at 3:40 P.
M. to-day and arrive Chicago 8:55 to-morrow morn
ing. There is no loss of time, and the going is as
i comfortable as the latest appointments and conven
iences of the
can make it In addition to the through sleeping car,
there are parlor-smoking, dining and observation cars
from Harrisburg, with barber, bath, anl buffet; stenog
rapher, ladies' maid and manicurist; periodicals, pa
pers, libraries, and electric lights.
CITY TICKET OFFICE: 15th and O Streets. N. V, Wash
ington. D. a B, M. Jfewbold, District Passenger Agent, 15th
and a Streets p. W.. Washington.
Telephone "Mala B8-S4V
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Bras though they are deprived frSra
registering their preference for. candi
dates for public office, national, muni
cipal and otherwise, this people of Wash
ington will not be deprived, from.gtrtns'
voice to their sentiments and cheerUs
the returns which favor their particular
choice for the Presidency on Tuesday
evening. Tho night of the Presidential
electlpn finds ths people of this city
out on tho streets in search of ths latest
news snd the open places in front of the
newspaper offices where the returns are
displayed on screens are usually solidly
packed with a cheering, noisy and good
natured crowd, the police having but
little difficulty to maintain order.
' It Is expected that there will be more
people on the streets on Tuesday night
than on former occasions on account of
the deep interest which has been evinced
by the publio in this election, and extra,
arrangements have been made by clubs,
theaters, political organizations, hotels
and other places to furnish their pa
trons with the latest news. Extra spe
cial wires have been Installed to flash
the news to an anxious public
The National Republican Club has ex
tended an invitation to ita members to
be present at the clubrooms on Tues
day evening. Through the courtesy of
the campaign committee of the League
of Republican State Clubs and T. Lin
coln Townsend, director In charge of
campaign headquarters, the National Re
publican Club will receive the returns
by special v. Ire. E. C. Snyder, the presi
dent of the club, will be In personal
charge on Tuesday night.
Get Special Reports.
The Wilson and Marshall Democratic
Association, through Charles A. Doug'
las, president of the association, has is
sued invitations to Its members and
friends to be present at the clubrooms
suite 300. Southern Building. Tuesday
evening for the purpose of hearing the
returns from the elections. A special
Western Union wire will be used and
the members are assured that the news
received oer this wire will be identically
the same as furnished to the local pa
The District of Columbia Democratic
Association win hear the news at its
headquarters in the oak parlor of the
Raleigh Hotel, and Invitations have been
sent out by Edwin A. Newman, presi
The Democratic Congressional Cam
paign Committee, with headquarters in
the RIggs Building, has made arrange
ments for a big crowd. Special wires
will flash the news from the various
States and will be announced to those
who will be present
Members and friends of the Progres
sive party will assemble in the office of
J. Frank Hogan. the national committee
man of this city In the Evans Build
ing, where they will receive the news of
The New Wlllard and the New Raleigh
have made arrangements to announce to
their patrons the latest returns and the
theaters will satisfy the cravings of their
audiences by announcing from the stage
the returns as they come In over special
Lectures on Bnhnlsm.
"The Twelve Tribes of Israel" was the
subject of a lecture given yesterday at
noon by E. F. Young in the reading
room of the Bahal sect In the Wllklns
building. He traced the development of
the world and argued that the millen
nium promised by the prophets is ap
proaching. Abdul-Baha. the teacher of
the cult, who Is now In Chicago, is ex
pected in Washington the first of next
week. He was for years a prisoner of
the Turks because of his religious teach
ings. Civic Scrs Ire Mnrfnrlnnda Topic.
"Civic Service" Is to be former Commis
sioner Macfarland's topic for his address
at the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion Sunday afternoon assembly to-morrow.
In line with the policy for these
assemblies the first address In each
month Is to be centered around the theme
Service and on "Civic Service."
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BOYS' CLOTHING REDUCED
Far a 9twk tttariaaa Friar ta
Mattff ii tar law MMiiS .
Our constantly arrowing? Boys
tto more commodious quarters In our
serve our patrons, previous to -which
giving yon ths benefit of great prion
Strictly All-wool Double-breasted Bolts for
boys 7 to 17 years, in plain1 Una, fancy mix
tures and novelties; warranted as' to make
and quality. IC-00 and $7.08 values
Overcoats for the little boys from' 1 to
years. In Juvenile styles; military cut; plain"
cloth or fancy weaves; with or without astra
khan collars and cuffs. $4.00 value...,..,...'
Strictly All-wool; Brown and
Kersey Overcoats; sizes 3 to 10
astrakhan collars. Sold for ft.OA
Boys Reefers, msde with stonn
collars; sizes S to 16. Value, $3.00
CIEAN UP WASHINGTON.
In an effort to rush legislation to
"clean up Washington for Inauguration"
a meeting was held yesterday afternoon
at the Churih of the Epiphany by the
Women's Interdenominational Missionary
Union. Mrs. Wilbur F. Crafts, of the In
ternatlonal Reform Bureau, spoke on the
Iowa Injunction and abatement law for
the suppression of disorderly bouses and
the start made in the same line here
in the Kenyon bllL
Rev. Dr. D. C. MacLeod, pastor of the
First Presbjterlan Church and chair
man of the committee on moral con
ditions in the District from the Men and
Religion Forward Movement, announced
that a federation of all the religious
forces of the District would be formed
for the suppression of vice.
The mlon passed resolutions urging
that Kenyon bill be rushed to a hearing;
protesting against the former divorce
laws being reinstated In the District, and
upholding the Works-Jones excise bill,
the Johnston District Sunday rest bill,
the Kenyon-Wcbb Interstate liquor bill,
and the Lea-Sims Interstate gambling
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price as $1.65, electric
same price, both com
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Lowe Bros H. S. Paints
cover from SO to 100 more
square feet than the ordi
nary paint, and it lasts
from 2 to 3 years loncer -therefore.
It costs less. It
won't chalk or blister.
DE MAINE & CO.
I21J If St. N. W.
Wa Grra Totes to Tba Herald's tOMBl Cents.
aSOTICE OF A.VNUAl, iJXETIXG Of STOCK-
horder. Tha annual maetfnf of tba atockhoUn
of tilt Unlteriity C5ab Bolldlnc P-Tiprir, Inc .
wiH b tli oa tba EIGHTEENTH DAT of
XoffBhir, A. D HI.,, at 11 o'clock a- m.. at tht
principal offlct of the companj. iz the Stata ft
Vtrgtcisv 11 South Fairfax Btrwt. Aleracdria.
h., for tba purposa of clectinc a boaM of di
rector, aod rccelTicx arid acting cpon tha reports
of tha officer, and for tea transaction of and
other boxineas aa may proprrlj coma befora tfct
mtxtinf Dated the 29th. day of October. A, D.
191. M. M. PARKEB. President. O. F. 35Y
IAV1 SC1E.SCE OF HEALTH. KATCRAU
nocjorgleal; MlVpace book frea. Apply by mall. M
Colorado Bldf. Frea lectara far woman Wednaadara
at 2J0 p. m. amvti
MAKE IT PLAIN
UN I CQ'C To mur fnxxr thst jou most bait
ILLCr! O MILLER'S Self Rabies Bock-
Cslf-Rllelnor "nU Xo antetttuta he can o9rr
OCII nillll0 ,rui gfc. .orf, uHrfactfcn
Buckwheat. JXR'S- G
ETAt your gTocrrs. No cocscmera wpplled.
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO..
Wkaleaalera. 11 tk aaa X Sis. S. B.
LARRABEr3 On Friday. November 1.
191A CHARLES F. LARRABEE. In
his seventieth year.
Funeral from St. Thomas' Church,
Eighteenth and Church Streets. Sat
urdaj. November 2, at : p. m.
MILITARY ORDEIt OV THE LOYU. LEGION
lit- THE USITKn STATES
ODmmaraletT or tha District of Colsmbta.
City of Washlnston. Norocber 1. li
The death of Comranloa CHARLES FRE1-
ERICK LARRAPLE. Bretet Major U. S. Volun
teersex member of tha Cbruicilba this cttr. on the
1st Instant. Is annouiiOed to tfca CommasderT.
Funeral senlcei. at which the attendacca of Com-
ranions is requested, vlll be held at St. Thossaa'
Chnrcb. lSth street near Onpont Ctrcle. on this daj
at 2 o'clock P. M.
Interment at the National Cemetery. Arlinssoa.
Br command of
MaJorseral GEORRE B. DAVIS.
TJ. S Armr. Qnaanosr.
THOM VS H. McKEE.
rOSTON On Friday. November 1. WX
at 4.40 a. m. JOHN CLARENCE,
only and beloved son of E. Clarence
and Elizabeth Poston (nee Healey),
aged eighteen months.
Funeral from the home of his parents.
SO) Fifth Street Northeast. Saturday.
November 2. at 2 p. m. Interment in
ROV On Thursday, October SI, U12. at
4.30 p. m. NANCT J. HOT. beloved
wife of James S. Hoy, In the seven
tieth ear of her ace.
Funeral (prhate) from her late resi
dence. SOI Varnura Street Northwest.
Saturday, November 2. Interment In
GE0BGE P. ZUBH0BST,
3n EAST CAPITOL ST.
Ettabtlshed or. CHAS. a. ZCRHOKST. :
J. WILLIAM LEE. Fnacral Dtraete
asa Kmbalssrr. Umy In eonncetlon. .nanrin.iHis
Casual sad Modern erematortmn. Moaa
BS ranaairfaats Asa. rra. Tilaphoaa Msss sat.
W. R. SPEARE.
rtrsKatAL OIBSCIOat AMD taUAUItB.
940 F Street N. W.
wAsHUfOTOaT. D. a
Phones Main St
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