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Norfolfc. Va,. Nov. 1-The only aur
vlvor of th'a wreck or the three-masted
schooner John Maxwell on the sboala of
New Inlet. North Carolina.. la Captl Fred
erick Godfrey, master or the Ill-fated
After enduring- unbelievable hardships
for twenty-four hours, Capt. Godfrey
was pulled out of the water about 1
o'clock this mominr by the lire savers
as he came through, the surf lathed to
a piece of wreckaxe. After being; re-"
rived the captain told how the other
aeven 'men on the schooner died.
Only the names- of the mate and stew
ard are known, the five menv composing
the crew having; signed recently. The
mate. Walllck by name, came from Boa
ton, and, has.no fsmlly. Alexander Pill
mos, the steward, lives on Long; Island.
and la survived by a wife and two-chll
According to the story told by Capt.
Godfrey, the mate and the, five men com
posing the, crew put off In a small boat
soon aner the scnooner struck tne snoais
Saturday morning. The lifeboat was
soon swamped, and the six occupants
were drowned less than a hundred feet
from the schooner. Some or them tried
to swim back to the Maxwell and others
made gallant but vain efforts to strug
gle through the turmoil of water to the
Capt Godfrey and Plllmos. the only
ones left, took to the rigging, and,
lashed to the mast, waited for daylight.
After, the five vain efforts of the lire
savers to launch their boat early Satur
day morning, and after he had missed
the lire line shot across the vessel, Plll
mos went Insane and suddenly Jumped
overDoara. Me tried to swim ashore,
but was soon swept under by the high
As the schooner began to go to pieces
during the afternoon, Capt. Godfrey was
compelled to seek first one place or ref
use, then another. About midnight Sat
urday the lone mast standing, to which
he wag clinging, began to totter. Just
before it fell he made himielf fast to
the crane on the stem, and floated
ashor on that. The sehnonpr was r
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NOTED WOMEN PbANGAMPAtm
Aid Five Fight.Mf Rations
Mme. Bakhmeteff and Mist
Mabel Boardtnan to Call
for Money to Help
Immediately after the election Mme.
Bakhmeteff, wife of the Russian Am
bassador, and Miss Mabel Boardman, di
rector of the American Red Cross, will
begin a nation-wide campaign for funds
for the relief work and nursing In the
Balkan war. Miss Boardman has made
definite announcement that .the appeal for
funds Is awaiting only the passing of
election, and there is a well authenticated
rumor that Mme. BakhmetetTa plans
are maturing; and will be announced at
an early date.
Mme. Bakhmeteff, n who Is an .American
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woman, has previously done splendid
service In Red Cross work In the various
capitals at which her husband In the
course of bis diplomatic career has been
stationed. Her work has been so notable
IHhafshe holds decorations from the sov
ereigns of the lend of her adoption. Rue- L
sia, from England, uermany. France,
Belgium. Italy. Spain, and Turkey. Her
decoration from the Cxar and Caarina of
Russia Is a diamond and ruby cross, for
tier great service In Red Cross work, and
from the Sultan or Turkey. Abdul Hamid.
she holds a five-pointed star or diamonds
ana ruoies. measuring lour incnes across,
which Is worn on a broad white ribbon
edged with green and red. and which,
contrary to the usual fashion In lm
perlal decoration, is worn from left to
To understand Mme. Bakhmeteff's spe
cie! Interest In raising funds for the re
lief of the Greeks the connection by mar
riage of the throne of Greece and the
ruling house or Russia must be called to
mind. King George or Greece Is a first
cousin or the Cxar or Russia. Queen
Olga Is a Russian grand duchess, an
aunt of Cxar Nicholas.
Princess Helen who Is the wire or Prince
Nicholas, third son or King George and
Queen pigs. Is a Russian grand duchess,
the daughter or Grand Duke Vladimir, a
brother of Alexander III, whose son Nich
olas is Cxar of Russia. That connection
makes Princess Helen first cousin of the
Madam's Bakhmeteffs rail for money
ror the Teller work on the battlefield may
meet with prompt response from several
or those In ambassadorial life In Wash
ington, for the royal house of Greece Is
connected with practically every "throne
of Europe. Princess Sophie, wife or Crown
Chairman Hilles Gives Line-up olPr,nc?. consumine. is sister or the Oer-
r i man Emwror. eranddatisrhtef nf th lat
Committee On Vice Uueen Victoria, and cousin or King
'(eorge or England.
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W Gin Votn In The Bmld's E5.OT Contest.
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New York, Nov. 3. Despite the appeal
from Chairman Barnes, of the Republi
can State committee, to declare ror John
Wansmaker as the substitute ror James
S. Sherman as Vice Presidential candi
date on the Republican, ticket. Presi
dent Taft left town without expressing
his preference as between the Pennsyl
vania merchant and Gov. Hadley of Mis
souri. Chairman Hilles late to-night is
sued this statement:
"The suggestion that members of the
Republican National Committee should
authorize the executive committee or the
chairman of the committee to nominate
a candidate for Vice President to fill
the vacancy caused by the death of Mr.
Sherman Is not feasible and. therefore,
has not received favorable consideration.
"A majority of the members of the
committee have, however, publicly ex
pressed their choice for a candidate as
"For Gov. Hadley Lewis, of Vermont
Brooks, of Connecticut; Barker, of Ala
bama; Jackson, of Georgia; Jloseley, of
Mississippi; Brown, of the District of
Columbia; Granger, or Ohio: Goodrich,
of Indiana: Warren, of Michigan; Haw
kins, of Minnesota: Nledrlnghaus. of
Missouri: Harris, of Oklahoma; Behn,
of Porto Rico; Marlow, of Montana;
Manson, of Nevada: Sexton, of Wyoming;
Spiess, of New Mexico.
"For John Wanamaker Barnes, of
aw York; McCuIloch. of Kentucky.
"For Hadley or Wanamaker Mc
Gregor, or Tennessee.
"For Congressman McCall Eitabrook,
or New Hampshire.
"For Justice JIughes Jackson, of
"For Gov. Gotdsborough Martin, of
"For Secretary Stimson McCoy, of the
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I'rince Andrew. King George's fourth
son. married Princess Alice of Batten
burg, daughter of Prince Louis of Bat
tenburg, commanding admiral of the Brit
ish navy, and that not only strengthens
the British connection but forms another
link to Russia her mother Is ii sister of
the Grand Duchess Serge of Russia. By
marriage to Princess Marie Bonaparte.
Prince George haa consummated the
matrimonial alliance to the French.
The American Red Cross, so Miss Board
man announces, already has sent $5,000
for relief work, the money being equally
divided among the five righting nations
Greece. Turkey, Bulgaria, Servla. and
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Asks for Cemferesce witk'
Special Commissioners Doyle and Mc-
Intyre, sent from the United States to
unravel the tangled situation in the Do
minican Republic, arrived at Puerto
Plats Saturday for conference .with Hor
atio Vieques. . the leader' of the revolu
tionists 'operating In that, .region. This
move on the i part of the commissioners
Is regarded here as most significant, and
likely to prove the means of a final ad
justment of the situation.
'Doyle', In reporting to the' 8t De
partment yesterday the arrival or him
self and Gen. Mclntyre-at Puerto" Plata,
stated that they had come there on the
Invitation or Vasques himself. The fact
that it -was the rebel leader who sought
the"conference. Is regarded as giving the
American commissioners'- a distinct ad
vantage In the discussions which arc to
With the American commissioners is the
Archbishop or Santo Domingo. He win
represent the Dominican government in
the conferences, and has been given full
powfr.to treat with the rebels In any pro
posals they may submit. The archbishop
waa chosen for this mission aa an indica
tion or the sincerity and good Intentions
with which the Dominican government.
with the aid of the American commission
ers. Is endeavoring to bring to an end its
Horatio. Vasquez, who held a cabinet
office under former administrations in the
Dominican Republic, Is understood to
control a sufficient number of the rebel
forces to mske It worth the while of the
government and the commissioners to deal
Itli Mm. He is known as a man or con
While not a single word has been re
ceived here aa to the probable result of
the conferences with the rebels at Puerto
Plata, much is expected to result from
them. President Victoria has already of-
rerea amnesty to tne rebels; and as a
further conciliatory move haa agreed to
retire from office July L 1914, Instead or
serving until 1918. The situation thus
brought about has given rise to the be
lier that the forthcoming conference will
result In Horatio Vasquez being given
some position in the government which
will assure the rebels or representation,
with ,tlie understanding that he Is to be
a candidate ror President when Victoria
4Wlwre Gosif ort b fatmomt
FsjerterftW NMtk Citsfa.
The Lafayette is the lead
ing hotel of Favetteville,
and one of the best in the.
State, it was designed to
offer every obtainable lux
ury in every department to
the better class of patrons.
The Lafayette is the ren
dezvous of all visitors to
this section desiring first
W. B. Hibbs 6 Co,
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.ad sold an same taToraala
STavk stocks aad
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WEATHER DE LUXE
FOR ELECTION DAY
-CorrlaAt bj narrtvBrfcf.
At the top Mme. BakhsartrrT. wife of
the Russian Asabaawidor.
Loner MU. Mabel Boardanaa. director
of the American Red Crews.
NEW YORK STILL
GETS ITS ABSINTHE
In Other Farts of Country, However,
Opalescent Delight Is Slowly Dis
appearing Undef Federal Ban.
The operation of four absinthe distil
leries in New York is affording much of
Interest to officials or the Department or
Agriculture, since the department's ban
on the opalescent delight or the morning
after became effecUve October 1.
The department called absinthe "taboo"
in an order approving a decision of the
Bureau of Chemistry. The Insidious re
viver of lost spirits, the dispeller of de
jection, the ever-present help In time of
matutinal discomfort, was declared by
the Bureau of Chemistry and the de
partment to be amenable to prohibition
under the pure food and drugs act from
interstate commerce, as well as from Im
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED
TO VISIT CONTEST HOME
Musical Programme Daily and Other Features Make
' Gall at Thirteenth' Street Building Worth While.
The Advocate's Invitation to the public
to visit the headquarters of The Wash
ington Herald's 125,000 competition at 714
Thirteenth Street Northwest Is a stand
Not alone contestants, but Washing
tonlans at large are urged to call at the
building. There Is no admission fee, and
a good time Is Insured. There will be
music every day. Demonstrations of tho.
VS, player pianos and the 1400 upright
pianos, which are on display, will be
given by experts. The building will be
merry with the dulcet strains.
Many of the manufacturers advertising
lr connection with the contest will give
away samples trom time to Ume. The
booths on the first floor of the buildinsr
ere wen worth seeing. The second and
third floors are occupied by scores of
matchless awards. These articles are
open to careful inspection. The public
Is most cordially Invited to drop in and
Inspect the building and Its contents. If
you are down town, make It a point to
call at tbe contest home. It Is centrally
located and la easily reached bv all car
lines. If when down town you 'become
real cold. drop. In at the headguarters
and warm up. If while shopping you be
come tired, visit the Contest home and
rest. Remember, the home belonsra to
the public, and not exclusively, to Tbe
Advocate and his assistants.
Bolldlap; Tastefully Decorates.
The building 'is beautifully decorated
throughout. Several additional booths
nave been erected at the rear of the
first floor, and add materially to the ap
pearance. Many additional,, artistic
touches wUl be made as time goes on.
so that the building will increase in
beauty almost dally. The second 'and
third floors form a veritable fairyland.
To think that all of those articles are
to be given away absolutely free!. What
a there! Ranoa. bicycles, brass beds.
chiffonlercs, dressers, trunks, traveling
bags, satchels, suit cases, parlor suites,
parlor tables, statuary, fancy lamps,
Japanese screens, dining-room sets, dining-room
tables, book-cases, sectional
book-cases, chairs, lace curtains, pic
tures, and scores of other things too
numerous to mention. That Is enough
to make the visitor catch his breath.
But to think, that these are not all of
the awards. This Is only a portion of
the list of articles. Truly, this won
derful competlUon Is worth entering.
It should be borne In mind that the
principal awards are a COOo house and
lot. four tl.SO touring cars or the latest
design, four J750 Baby Grand pianos, four
J625 player pianos, and four M00 upright
Three- "Ways to Wis Votea.
Contestants should remember that there
are three ways or obtaining votes. The
first Is to purchase goods rrom retail
merchants advertising iH connection with
the contest. Votes will be given upon
request to patrons at the rate of one
tor each S cents in purchase. The sec
ond way Is to purchase 'manufactured
goods advertised In connection with the
competition. The labels, wrappers.) trade
marks, tee., from these products will be
redeemed by The Advocate at the- con
test headquarters in Thirteenth Street
at-the rata "of one vote for each cent in
purchase. Tbe third way la to get readers-of
The Herald to enter the contest.
Every contestant' who. gets a Herald
reader to Join the competlUon In an ac
tive manner, will be given 1.000 votes.
This offer holds good unUl 'the end of
the rsce ;iet,February. The reward 'of
1.000 votea. will be given as soon as the
new contestant has demonstrated that
he Is In earnest, by obtaining 1,000 votea
In addition to the 1,000 given him nnon
entering the race, or," In other words, as
soon aa he vastest votes to hit crsddt i
portation. and the edict, therefore, went
forth that this distillation of wormwood,
famed In song and story, must not be
brought into this country, or shipped
from State to -State, or even sold in the
District of Columbia and the Territories.
That has put an end to much or the
drinking of the beauteous drink. The
ferocious absinthe cocktail, the splendid
ly soothing absinthe frappc. the decep
tively dulcet absinthe anisette those
wondrous liquids which have been lifted
to shuddering lips by shaking hands that
firmly put back the emptied glass are
less frequent offerings on the mahogany
altar of Baccjius.
Kxcept in New York this, like almost
everything else except in New York.
None- In Cnpltnl.
In Washington, as was suggested, ab
sinthe cannot be sold, even where bar
tenders have left over a supply from
a stocking up before the ban on importa
tion and entrance Into Interstate com
merce became effective. In other cities
the supplies are slowly, surely giving
way before the steady inroods of those
whose nocturnal Indiscretion has an echo
In piteous appeal for an effective morn
But in New York there are four ab
sinthe distilleries, and. according to re
ports, they "are distilling some." They
can awaken New York every morning
until tne cracx oi doom, so far as the
order of the Department of Agriculture's
ban is concerned. They cannot ship their
absinthe Into other States, but they can
dispose or as much or it as anybody will
buy In New York State.
"The States generally follow the lead
of the Federal Government In these mat
ters, an official of the Department of
Agriculture said last. night. He did not
express any opinion as to the. probability
of New York placing a ban upon the
manufacture of absinthe, but said it
would be InteresUng to watch the prog
ress of events there.
Sunny Skies and Warm Breezes in
Host Farts of Country
Any ot the parties to Tuesday's con
troversy findipg its platform Incomplete
can profitably use the weather as a
plank for the finishing touch.
Fine weather It Is going to le. In near
ly all parts of the country, the only ex
ceptions being In certain sections where
the political storm centers are the foci
of such violence that fair weather would
vne earner mireau. which is non
partisan In practice if not In theory,
has promised that except for the re
gion west or the Rocky Mountains, where
there will "unsettled" conditions "with
local areas of precipitation." and the
upper part of the Mississippi and Ohio
Valleys and the Great I-akes Region,
where there will be cloudiness, the
Heather will be generally fair to-morrow.
While the harometer will hold up its
end of the business, the thermometer
-m 111 rise to meet the occasion, too. and
warmer breezes are expected for to-day
and to-morrow. No matter what hap
pens to the candidates, the voters will
All around Washington, where the Dis
trict Suffrage Iesgue w-ill afford the peo
ple of the District an opportunity to vote.
there will be weather de luxe.
"For the District of Columbia. Eastern
Pennsylvania. New Jersey, Deleware, and
Man land fair Monday and Tuesday:
warmer Tuesday; light variable winds, be
coming moderate southerly" that Is what
Is ordered for this section, for Virginia
Is to have pretty much the same.
One of the oldest Inhabitants or the
District said last night:
"I have always noticed that when there
Is fair, warm weather on election day, the
victory Is decisive.."
Reservations Can Be Made by
Wire or Letter.
Robert Irvin, Manager
A Message of Love
To all My
He Is Charged with Beating An
other Waiter Who Befused
After a search or nearly a week, police
or the First Precinct yesterday arrested
Thomas Albozlno. twenty-six years' old,
a Greek waiter living at 315 Four-and-a-
nait street i ort n west, wanted on a
charge or participating-in an, assault on
Benjamin Vincent, a strikebreaker at the
New Willard on Tuesday night last. ,
According to the police, Vincent refused
to -walk out when "the waiters at the
hotel struckT and. aa a consequence 'of
alleged plans to "get -him," he was. at-i
tacked at Fifteenth and H- Streets North
west by three strikers while on the way
home from work. " ' l
Vincent's cries for help were heard by
Policeman Mertx, who 'captured two
waiters, charged them1, with assault and
locked them In cells atrtha First. Precinct
station. A warrant waanhen Issued for
the. arrest of Albozlmvwho. It-la alleged,
escaped .Mertx. - "'1
Alboxlno was viewing the exterior of
the -New Willard. yesterday 'afternoon
when he was arrested by Policeman 3.
H.(Moran. The 'prisoner ."probably will be
Watts and Atherholt land in
Northern Bussia, Covering
One Thousand Miles.
Kansas City. Mo- Nov. S. "Both well
and free" was the cheering message re
ceived to-day fcpm the two American
aeronauts, John Watts and Arthur T.
Atherbolt. who started in a borrowed
balloon from Stuttgart. Germany, one
week ago to-dav In tht- Coime Inter
nationale dea Aeronautics. No news or
the two men having been received for
several days after the start of the race,
the Kansas City Aero Club sent a dis
patch to Washington, asking that three
of the European governments be asked
to be on the lookout for the men. and
took other means of discovering the
whereabouts of the missing balloonlsts.
Their friends feared they had landed
In the wilds of Lapland or In the watcra
of the arctic circle. They were, there
fore, much relieved to-day when
George M. Myers, president of the Kan
sas City Aero Club, received the, follow
ing cablegram, dated Pskow, Novem
bers: "Both well and free."
"Pskow" Is undoubtedly Pskof..a city
or 10,000, capital of the 'government of
the same name. In northwestern Russia,
and south of St. Petersburg. To-day's
have made splendid records, going close
to a thousand miles from the starting
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Place in the race, the winner of which
set a world's record, were It not for the
fact they were disauallfled because Dart
ot the gas was taken in after the sun
had ceased to warm the bag.
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al trial of It and I know thlaSOe Box of Balm
or Figs Compound wiU cosrisce yoa of its
merits then if you are satisfied and wish to
eontinna farther. It win cost yoa only a few
centsaweek. Either ail in the coupon today
or write me a letter in strictest ccnfldcnca.
Box. E 13 Janet. TfTttssiai
The Safest Investments
are taoss.rsat as set Sartuite sbjcTssj aa
tartat esstTsneas sf the auaer r eTasaf saa
sets, tin ass. of treat sates (Brat ssstfr
asass). weU second on real estate la Bas Ds
tact ef CV-masia. eonetttst iltl sss sa
asaassana. lae ds not liunl assa tea
aTsasdal leapniatHTltj at linluisssls ee eas
satauosa tor than- rtanflttj. sad ass easasss
Swartzell, Rheem &
1ST lStk Strew STa
When ys imssj It ysrs bios' It
We raavar THSi Vsdaaualsaaaee TMaaMt Ma1
cast yaw wscfc ajealastty, svasrtly. sosS
win is aausa
For Your Boy
E. P. HAZLETON
42S-31 lOtksH. R. Hwl
VTe Olee Totes t Its Herald's C9.SM miliar
WARREN MOTOR SALES GO.
Has Kesaoveal te X
1 1610 14th Stmt N. W, !
Phase .North BUST.
"BUY A WARREN AND
BE A WINNER"
We give votea la The Herald
Gaaraueleed auralast defects tat
rwaa) mllee, Abaolately
asaae. cau asm aa
We Cte Votes ta Toe BeraliTa T3.C0S Coatest.
Dsr Ifrtu JUc riatrds? A I mm in need eat rein
dr bk BsJa of Fairs Cotnrwtmd. pis nil' bm
fine of eoet one llfty cent box by return ouL.
I free of cort-neftfty cent box by return nut, I
Qikk lekkf fir 5fferr$ frta
Dan FrM Trial. Write tnimr
mod tret our 10 days free trial
oner ox u guaranteed
RsJferea (nstwtlr keeps
It on free trmJ hsb
TSSrw If HA (e)lif -
BOcParthU u of .ihoj sad It
riant or ich root.
AS MarMT Baltsttfjji
"Csg . -
f-? il3rv -st-
N. ii'r !-4
Why ahemis Aatosaaklie enaire aw teas,
aacateel settle lira trembles ssbea (Say
rati few seaaltlvoly Sea away with by
The Wsrid's Best FOer
for AstsaeUe Tart.
Ends Tire Tumbles I
,fHrcu Tire rmer C.
SOS SovTMian Buajwa
FllUsur Plant. 230-4 Faeurteearts)
We CIra Votes Is Tbe Herald's J3U Obatast.
Introductory Offer Only
Seat Coverings. Storm Aprons. Dust
Covers, Side Curtains. Send Postal
latiina. A-tt Tip Gonpaif
4C6-7 13i St. N. W. M. 6212
3pp. District BIdg.
We Cite Votes hi Tbe Herald's 12.000 CBoteat.
DR. MATCH ETTE'S
INDIAN TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
ST ssaWa It SJ
DurUaaC -fortV TMl-91 hats nll tn trJistS-n nur
WMtt .-"TPfrdy lor tobacco habit, Tbo it h
vxa uKrnsKiuj xnea. SMI ttOUMnSJ vl IDOfl WHO
"I "f? " directed iutc attested Its men I
i looscro antidote, it eliminates tot
tae tetascrs user's iTatem. ateadift
I aaaarttwiaaaka Tktee mmI.I aeul nliiaual
fiaor. A real sridenes ot Its efflcecr in antidotins
the crarjeg for tebtaco Is the bet that for mani
gsrs, retsfl 'fj''.hs' rdered tt by doreneja
erfflare' cWna. TaertnSanaiidT eftmtbat to
the Sebnnated.- stotise-eoieoned tobacco utn i
PWS -tertajn. I0ct renewed Tlttlltj. and health.
fgr.'-H Jetne- oldest; best, and surest renedr
KJcAsteo habtts; also. Is the ehupwt. its tsrtee
,wbi a dob. aesrerea dt nraaziNa or
nder taa lfnod aa Drain Act of June !9.
IT m ownea. snaDoiaanna
arrmlsrned In Police. Court this, mornlria'. Ittav iVrisi No.
. w ". 'r.. - . - -. r..---j -
At :a late hour-last rdght he bad not-f Ur"-1 ra. -a?. m o -v,
nlsbed tlOO bond demanded by-the pollc -stTiETTr. TMiiM CURE CO., IK.,
lornls relesss. - .1 mstaisatt riasja,CMcacv HUaots.
Expert Electric Vshicle Repairng
Storage Eatterlea repaired and re
newed. Ignition and Lighting Batter
ies Charged and Built to Order.
S0ITHW0RTH KEISEI CO.
Phone M. 2239. Rear 1120 L St. N. W.
wi utts vctce tn Tne utrmia s S9.Bs
Tbe ilritUh cDTrTTtmrnt has aticnnnced its plan
for a new S390.000 gout fcr aid to sxTmUry rdaca
tion in IrcIaDd. It pmritles for additional teachers
at MOO and Jd in esUULihed schools. Another
draft plan proTliles $30,000 annnallj ror sdtolarihtpsi
atsa Irtrh univsrniti tv-otj-nTe tarh fear from
day scbootU and fifty frcm tajeidins fihooJs,
The Washington I
1 AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES
1317 New York Ave.
We give votes la The Herald
GEO. W. BEALL
W Gir. Totes in Tbe Herald"e XSJBt Contest.
AITOMOIILES F01 HUE
Five and seven passenger cars.
1319 L St. N.W.
Phone N. 1470.
We flits Votae la Tbe Herald's aB.008 Oeeteat,
We Clrs Votes la Tbs Herald's sa.a Ccsttsst,
England imports more than 100,
pounds of rags annually.
Many a n-an sets rattled when a joimz vHuw acts
as If be was trying to flirt with ber.
P. M. CORR,
tint for Flaadera aad Tala
eyelea aad Core's Special BSeyctet
Stetorrycle Overkaaltasr aad Salt B
aatrtaa. Accessories aad Saadrtea.
Bicycle Repalrlasc. Braxtas;. aaS Os
aanllDK. snpne aao aeeeaaatsas.
IS Mk St. M. W. Tfcasss Mate stSa
O h U occasions.
ooks sre perfect.
fj ependable and easy.
S plcndld examples
autolsts feel confidence in tbs Oldsmoblls W
"It Is clear" speed and safety is tha chief Ids A
All confess its perfect mechanism commands succes S
patrons view at tots Ceaatetlesrt tvsasj tP
m. t. pollock, wu a'iiTjar
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