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'933 G Street N.W.
811 Seveith Sfreet N.W.
Pnilihiry Patmt Surcbis
aid MtfdNMieal Riports .
Tli Worth While Kind
With Business Advice
Five or mora copies of competing pat
ents, &c, JJ and up: worth JSO. Savins
hundreds often and sometimes thou
sands. A. separate service not connected
with patent law. Try an Engineer
bearcn; the- are different.
Elf IIEER SEMCliltl CO.
Washington. D. C.
ef $1.25, $1.50 an. $2.51 lazers
The razors sre of the very finest
grades. We are sacrificing them to
make room for new stock.
W. T. & F. B. WEAVER
1211 rneawn Jto. R.H.
Phone W. (T.
We give votes In Herald's $2,000
OO GROCERS' OO
Stve the labels. . Good for 5 votes la
The Choicest the Market
Affords Can Always
Be Found at
4th and H Streets N. E.
We air Herald S2SJUOO rmmtrmt vetes.
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Fresh Meats and Provisions.
Home Dressed Poultry and Gams In
901 U St. N. W. Fhone 1. 687
Phone Orders Promntlv TspIlvAforl.
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Last Gall for 1913 Calendars
HAMILTOH PIIHTiRG COMPARY
1S17 M Street . W.
Telephone North 435.
Hodgkin if In doubt as to what
Paints or Enamels to use.
We aire Herald M3SJQ00 eoMteet -rptes.
N. Rosenblatt, Prop.
Home Dressed Poultry.
Orders sent for and delivered.
Phone N. 23M.
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In Good Taste and Appropriate
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Wt stive Herald rwi.000 eeateet vetee.
Pens, Ink, Tablets." Composition
Books. Rulers, and all School Ac
We aire Herald )
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The thick on Cream Polish that does not
' settle nor leave powder or sediment.
The Polish that makes any car look
We artre Herald gaKM laaissl aslea
G. and M" Capsules
The surest remedy for COLDS and
GRIPPE. Will break a cold in a day.
Seat to your address on receipt of X
cants, postpaid. , -
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The national contest la orarkBt Tha
Washlagtoo HeraU-BncOM conpatltlaa
has about four saotba,to run A
The aad traubla' with, .tha" raoafar-tfca
PresldeBcy Is that only oak man aa -ste.'NeUoTr - j-r
But not so with The Heraia'a siaaxao
contest. It (a poaalbla for a .persons to
win. Aad thafla"why Tha Herald wm-
test-u mors Important tn tha -eyes ot
mlnr 'Washlngtonlans than tha Presi
dential election. - -
.Here In tha District a man doesn't gat
a chance to vote for the Chief ExscuUra.
or even for the municipal oScers. But
there Is no such injustice In The Herald
competition. Every reader of The Her
ald, regardless of race, age or color, ia
ellalbla to enter the race. There ls.no
Inequality. Every voontestint has a fair
chance. There are no powerpu oonnnna
tlons to flght Brer man, woman and
child Is on an even footing. It Is a
democratic contest In every aspect.
SBO .ifateUeee Awai-ta. v
There are SO matchless awards. Taj
ued at an aggregate of t&M. which
will be given away absolutely' free to
the winners of the competition. Wow,
It doesn't directly affect you which of
the Presidential candidates waa elected
yesterday. That U. unless you put up
some money on the outcome of the race.
But the flnish or-The Herald's great
$25,000 contest should be of Immense Im
portance to you. Here you have a
chance to get something for nothing.
That Is what man from the time of
Adam has been seeking. Something for
nothing! At last It Is found. Three
hundred and fifty awards absolutely
gratis! Did you ever hear the like of
that before? Twenty-Ore thousand dol
lars to be distributed among the readers
of The Herald! Does that sound inter
esting to your ears? If you are wide
esuns w jruur ura. u jvu .mw n.uwiv. um iw oauj unuid puuxos, xour
awiln von . will snatch these oppor- I $CS player pianos, four MOO ncrliht nlanna
tunltlei while they are dancing within
your reach. For, remember, Mr. Op -
SEEK $7.500 DAMAGES.
Alice XeMeaasaln aad Hasbaad
Sue Sowtaera Rallrray.
Alexandria. Va.. Nov. 5. The suit of
Alice UcMenamin and husband against
the Southern Railway Company Is slated
to be heard in the Circuit Court for this
city to-morrow. Judge J. B. T. Thornton
presiding. The object of the suit Is to
recover damages In the sum of $7,500 for
Injuries alleged to have been done the
home of the plaintiff at the southeast
corner of Duke and West Streets by
smoke and soot from the engines and
roundhouse of the defendant company.
The complainants is represented by Judge
J. K. M. Norton and the defendant com
pany by CoL F. U. Smith and R. R.
Tnnstall. the latter of Norfolk.
This case has been tried twice in the
local court, and on the first trial a ver
dict was given the plaintiff, and-the sec
ond trial resulted in a hung Jury.
It is announced that the case of the
Board Motor Truck Company and the
Board Armstrong Company against the
Mutual Life Insurance Company of New
York to recover $15,000 on two life In
surance policies on the life of the late B.
K. Board, who-died at Wake Forest. N.
C, have been posponed until January 8
R. E. Lee Camp, Confederate Veterans,
is arranging for the celebration of Lee's
birthday, January 19 next, in accordance
with an annual custom. Tha camp has
appointed the following committees to
arrange for the affair: O. Tilllam Ram
say. Edgar Warfleld, sr. J. W. Ham
mond, and E. C Graham. A committee
composed of G. William Ranuay, Edgar
Warfleld, sr., and John M. Johnson was
appointed to procure orators.
Plans have been completed by Alex
andria Canton, No. 1, Patriarchs Mili
tant, for a reception which will be given
the ladles at Odd Fellows Hall Thursday
night. There will be an Inspection of
the canton at S o'clock by Fred J. Groom,
military secretary of the Patriarchs
Militant and grand master of the Odd
Fellows ot Man land. Supper will be
eerved at 8.30 o'clock, .and at 9 JO o'clock
there will be dancing.
A charter has been granted by the
State corporation commission to Monroe
& Monroe, Incorporated, this city, with
a maximum capital stock of $25,000 and a
minimum of $5,000. Officers and incor
porators are: John L. Monroe, president;
J. W. Monroe, secretary and treasurer;
H. Noel Gamer, all of this city.
R. S Barrett, exalted ruler of Alex
andria Lodge ot Elks, has appointed the
following committee for the ynn'"1
memorial services of the lodge Decem
ber 1 next: Harry Flelschmann. chair
man: Charles C Carlln, Howard W.
Smith, Charles B. Marshall. Herman
Fredlander, Thomas N. Dunbar, James
W. Bales, and George T. Caton.
Mrs. Sarah Buxton, a well-known resi
dent of Franconla, Fairfax County,
died last night at her home at that
place. The body will be shipped to
Mount Airy, Md., for burial,
Funeral services for William Sillex
were held at Z o'clock this afternoon
from Demaine's undertaking chapeL The
services were conducted by Rev. Dr.
John Lee Allison, 'pastor of the Second
Presbyterian Church waa In Bethel Ceme
tery. The funeral ofJohn Thomas Bemr.
who died In Fredericksburg, took place
hub auernoua iram wneaueya unaer
Pays 'Heir f 6.85 Claim.
After tracing the, family tree of Mor
ris Hayes,- an enlisted man ot the Four
teenth heavy artillery (colored) of North
Carolina, rrom the ctvn war to the nra-
er.t time, the .Comptroller of the Treas
ury-nas aecmea mat taere la due Mrs.
Mary Ellen Simpson, of Kelly, N. C
his heuVa claim of 95.95, representing the
proceeds, with interest, from the ui. hv
the Government of the soldier's clnthoi
aiter nis aeain in name. The Comntml.
ler estimates that it cost five times this
ngure to prove ine claim.
Ordered to Santo Domlaaro jOlty.
The gunboatr Nashville waa yesterday
ordered to proceed at once to Santo Do
mingo City. In the place of the cruiser
Baltimore, wnicn sustained , Injuries to
her engines while en route to Dominion
waters. The Nashville' Is now, at Blue-
neias. .Nicaragua, wnere ehe arrived a
few days ago.
CASTOR I A
Jr Tariartraei OkObm,
'"Mi"7 - T - - . - ij:ivy - -ts
yarttatty knocks uahladen only once at
vary awe. ix yaw siw jmi yon
had aattar wake; if feaatlag. you had
hatter rtea,"for. dent forget. K Is the
hear of fatei Remember that those wso
goodly thing, that mortals desire, but
those who doubt and hesitate, are con
demned to fallare. senary aad woe.
They then seek Mr. .Opportunity tatrala
ana suseiesstr implore, oat he answers
not, and ha returns no mora.- That la
xne trageoy or toe waoie wing, patient
reader.- If you doubt and hesitate, some
day you. win regret 1L . -Opportunity
Is. still -Mngerlnr with the
people of Washington, offering .them
something for nothing. This fair pros
pect wis not always be on tha horlson.
Whoa It lasts you would do 'well by
snatohmg It by the whiskers with a
death grip. -
If yon are oaa of those who doubt and
hssKate about entering' Uncontest, there
Is a staple method of removing all doubt
aad earing tha hesitancy, rust Halt the
contest home at 714 Thirteenth.. Street
Northwest Ton will see some -things
there that win convince you la abort or
der that the Advocate's' proposition is a
most wonderful, one,, and the competition
is well worth entering.
On the second and third floors of the
building are scores of awards on display.
Because of the large number of articles It
will be Impossible to place all of them on
display at the same time.. In order that
the public may get an opportunity, how
ever, to see all of the awards before tha
close of the contest the articles on display
will be changed from time to time.
Among -the principal awards will be a
$3,000 house and lot, four $1.30 touring
cars, four $750 Baby Grand pianos, four
I bicycles, statuary, furniture, and scores
1 of other articles.
CLERK BEPOBTED MISSING.
Police Bead Oat General Alarm for
Stewart P. Richards.
A general alarm was sent out by the
local Police Department yesterday for
Stewart F. Richards, a clerk In the War
Department, forty-five years old. who
has been missing from bis home since
Friday morning. His wife told the police
yesterday that she does not think her
husband has gone away voluntarily, but
that he has met with foul play or some
The couple Iled at Mount Rainier, Md.,
and Mrs. Richards and her children aro
without means of support, according to
the story told by the woman to the po
Richards left the War Denartment
about 11 o'clock Friday morning, and has
not been heard of since.
SUFFRAGISTS HEAB RETURNS.
Red Room at Xcrv Enbltt Crowded
Tilth Women's Rlchts Advocate.
All the suffrage sympathisers In the
District tried tto attend the gathering
held In the red room 'of the New Eb
bltt by the Federal Woman's Equality
Association last night.'
Election returns were received, and
special attention was given to those re
turns from State where suffrage Is
hanging In the balance. Senor Manuel
de Oltvelra Lima. Brazilian Ambassador
to Belgium, who Is Usltlng in Washing
ton, addressed the gathering on the sub
ject of suffrage. Several other address--es
were made and received with ap
plause. In the early part of the evening
a musical programme waa given.
Addresses were msde by Mrs Fred
Dubois, Dr. Elnora C Folkmsr, and
Mrs. R. E. Lambert, and briefer remarks
by Miss Janet Richards. Miss Henrietta
Hilton, Mrs. Evelln Beldon, and Mrs.
Jennie L. Monroe.
Tnr notice bear prood the swage sna ia ef ttia
things be la fotaf to dal
Hurry Dp Your Essay.
Only Three More Days
Before Contest Closes
Children Eligible in
Herald Rebecca Con'"
FACTS ABOUT CONTEST.
nast be written by
school v children, waMIe or .pri
vate. Kama, aad address, saost aad
ajade atnst fee alataty written .
at aedtaaa ef eevy.
Write em eae adds ef naaer
ay mast awl
Subject, "Farm Use."
' Prlseat 9W tn amid aad IX
caestra tickets CelambU Thee
ater, sfeaday, ICov. u, to see
"Rebecca af Snaayareek Farm.'
Contest cloaca Friday at C
arcleefc, November 8.
Essays ahanld be addressed te
gassy miter. The Waahlngtea
Boys and girls ot Washington ere-altve
to the advantages of the "Rebecca'
contest, which The Herald announced
Sunday. They are busy writing answers
in an earnest effort- to win one of the
prises offered. Already about 200 an
swers have been received, and doubtless
many ethers are en route. Certainly no
contest ever opened with such a show
of interest. . ,
The prises which are offered by The
Herald and the subject of tad contest
are uniting In stirring this tntsirest. Two
hundred seats and a cash srts of tss
m goa.aervea as a magnet to draw the
attention ot many hundreds, v at In "sold
la a tot .of- money and any girl or hay
can do muck with It 'these days. They
sbouM'be urged to1 send-In their answers
right away.., They should be tnuni
atonee and mailed. to the Eaaay Editor,
car m Aovnenua.
Taerett no 'm ration of thsi mria.
taxable value of "Bebeoea." rCie'tbe
baatbeokaC Maaatt taaCaaa beeantt-
an. jst .ay i
aaa -neiaM- lat-aw
United Mate -aad; Chsuda; ", V1
Tals eemaaajraVasaat aaaaA-.aa'jrop
ertr formerly. -owned BT-tttoXatlBBa
Flra'Pree Oaawaayr waesa there la a
Jara aeaaaK'aC "Mm? wMf aaad Haiti 1
to' DrlokBakWgAsaoneT taeaaere lav-
lime brick wiisfs'sfMl by We ooasea
U the twetrs story aaaee' ballatagof . ths
on Pont powder rwesaa uy, at -waaaa
ton. Del The aew Bateau ad aarewl
and Printing stUld-BSaUta aaaatlSes.
of them also. , j .",
All through the Dietriet ofCotumhta
are restdencee bultt of these brfcka..They
are also bejayapeclaed for "interior 'sad
exterior work by aoaMjBf tha architects
of this city,? AM. thHUeh tha middle
WesCJn-ToToato, 'Buffalo, Koatraab Ko
cheater, Woroestsr, and' many other
places tfeis'olasa of building material la
now taking the lead, the. old theory that
good building material . could "not be
msnnfsctured from aaad aad lime baring
been exploded. ,
The more recent produots hare been
tested with satisfactory results. Vtost
does not affect them, end they are are-
1EATDT Oil HIS BDtTHDAY.
Encen V. Dens Flftf .seven
, Old en sBeetta Day.
To Eugene V. Debs yesterday held un
usual Interest for two' reasons. It was
the deciding, day of his race for the
Presidency oa the Socialist ticket, aad It
waa the day on which he waa bom his
fifty-seventh birthday. It waa also the
birthday of several others of public Inter
Debs waa born November B, MS, at
Terra Haute, lad., and began life as a
railroad fireman. Later he was city
clerk of Terra Haute, and waa elected to
the State Legislature. He was tha So
cialist candidate for President in 1304 and
1903, as well as this year.
Right Rer. John S. Foley, Ida f. Tar
bell, former Secretary of the Nary New
berry, Representative Gardner of Mas
sachusetts, and Representative Long
worth of Ohio, also celebrated birthdays
Lleat. Ellysea Experiments
New Canvas Pontoon.
Although the army aviators have dis
continued hydroplane flights on the Po
tomac River for the whiter. Lieut. Elly
son. ef the Navy Aviation School, made
several flights down the river yester
Lieut Enyson has been experimenting
with a new style pontoon at the navy
yard for almost a month. It required a
number of experimental flights before the
proper adjustment of the weight of the
pontoon could be determined. In the final
flights made yesterday the proper ad
justment was obtained, and Lieut. Elly
son is of the opinion that the new pon
toon, which Is constructed of light frame
work and canvas. Is a decided improve
ment over the old wooden pontoons.
MESSAGES OF CONDOLENCES.
ThlrtT-dve Nations Extend Sym
pathy on Sherman's Death.
Expressions of condolences on the
death of Vice President Sherman have
been received at the State Department
from more than thirty-five governments.
More than thirty of the legations and
embassies In Washington have sent notes
to the department, snd many of the Am
bassadors and Ministers have made per
sonal calls at the department.
Elevator Slips No One Hart.
A slipping of the counterweights of
an elevator In the Interstate Commerce
Commission yesterday afternoon caused
the elevator to slip rapidly for several
feet, frightening the passengers, but in
juring no one. The drop of the counter
weights made a big noise and created
excitement throughout the building.
A nev tn ef sseul roctlsc " '"f of sheet
terl, emted wtm pen letd, la dahncd to ban
Buy adnatages anr man familiar manga.
la "Bebacca of Bossybraok Fana."
mon consent It Is regarded as a master
piece. There are soma scenes In Tto
beca" which,. If fixed in the minds of
the people will never.be forgotten, and
everybody who sees It will not only en
Joy .It to the full 'extent, but 'will be
benefited by It. 4 In setting; the story of
"Rebecca" before, the. public; Mrs. Wis;-
Sin had the assistance of Charlotte
Thompson, one of the most promising
dramatists of the day. J"or iaorethan
a year "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm"
entertained the citizens ot New York at
David Belssco's Republic Theater, and
before 'that she had ventured Into the
stronghold of New England Boston it.
self and' was received there with open
arms and overflowing bouses for morel
wan. lour montns. it- nas lust nntanea
La run In London, England, and received
.there as much praise aa It did In Ameri
ca. This is indeed- gratifying to Kate
Douglas Wiggln. who gave us this ex
quisite story: and to'Xlaw aVErlaager.
waa 'are. responsible for the dramaUaai
tlon'of.'aer work.--.aeti busy, boys aad
Me, and' send la your aaawsrsv, Brarjp
Tha sraad. total of."
actions hi the United- Staves waa IMW
face value bonds aad H shares f stock,
about the lightest record la -the history
of the-United States.
. Knowing that tha -ayee of America
wars oa them the brufceia oa tha local
market should hare made'a record, even
If they had not actually traded at aay-
uung. iney owed ltto thimaelves.
W. B. HIbbs and a fa other ettk
were absent, attending td the duties of
American citizens who lire'- elsewhere
than la the District of Columbia
As regards values, the feature waa tha
sale of Washington Railway aad Bee
trie preferred, at M 1-J to a, the low
oa this movement.
Evidently the Cltv aad Surtmrban itan
has had some effect.
And at tha same time U 1-4 was Md
for common stock, accentuating the situ
ation. No sales were reported. The
closing price of both Issues waa nomi
nally 90 asked, although this waa nothing
like the actual price. Any Increase InJ
bMfl aajij1ra Kawa Kaueem.k .e e)jul
-" " w iwta wiuum vu MrvaeaJB.
a saie ot Washington Gas waa made
acs7, with as 1-2 bid and $71-2 the ask
Mergenthaler was steady at 2M 1-1
In tha bond market there waa aa ex.
eellent demand for Capital Traction (a
but-at eaater prices, OO S-t being the
luuug ugure. roiomac uonsonaated m
were low at 100 $-4.
This Is the day when tha Maryland-
Virginia Company proposes to evoluts
Into the Washington Utilities Company.
with $50,000,000 capital snd $100,090,000 5
per cent bonds.
Conferences are said to hare been
going On to prevent tha "marmr" hnt
iuuicauous ior a carrying out of the
November 6 programme are said to be
isir ana Drignt.
The public representatives desire no
further steps taken until a utilities
commission has been arranged for, and
It is not likely that the plans of the
promoters will halt, unless forced to.
On the face of the lack of Intent to
merge tne purchase of stock will
pronabiy be continued the possibility
of Federal authority questioning the
right of a State of Virginia corporattlon
to change its name Ac is not seriously
That the representatives of the various
corporations will wllllnslr nut tha
matter up to Congress or public repre-
cuiauves ooes not look reasonable.
They feel that they are acting within
meir ngnis anaxwui proceed.
Sike-Bcgnlar call, U o'clock noon:
United Bute nguterad XStmit 1SSK.
CtrtUl fraction So. B eon al unit ti ana tuat
H.0M at lint. Jl 000 at 110S. II 0a at lis.
rounuc croa. an. sino at WFk.
WsctngtOB Raflwar A EJectria nM. m at ana n
at SPi. 3 at Sfla. 23 at SJH. It at 6T
nauungun Gaa, J at KV.
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tVa.4ilngton Ot U at ST.
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Waahtetton Qm ia. .,
CapiUl Traction ia
Aoacoptla a Potomac Sa
Anacostla rotomie ia, fnaTanteed....,
Cltr SODTrtan 6a. ms,
ColambU ..... 100
lohmxtla Ca ...............A..... 101
Metropolitan is las
Wartdrgton Rallwar A Eltctllo Sa. . S3H
Uashlsctos. Aire, a ML croon Sa.... S!
rotoeue Bcctda com. Si low,
FMomao Dcctrie Iattt St ........... MSH
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Amwicaa TeL & TeL 4s IM
D a Piper Mft i. ... IB
Norfolk k Wtabmctca Bteusboit Sa.... 1MH
RIaxa Realty 5 (lane) lflSH
nijs rteaitr Si (jiiort) m
PUBLIC CT1LITT STOCKS.
Cipital Traction. HP,
WaahhiEton Railxay a Rlectrlo am..,. SJi,
Wuhisgtoo Railnr a Electric Ui..... S
Waifcicgton A irffisia Itaflwir oora. 45
Norfolk & WuMnaton Steamboat. an
aihlccton Gaa. H.H scu
GeorseUrwii Gia H. loo
Eattern LUtit a Kurt 13
American TeL A Teu 1W
TTPB SIACBINE STOCKS.
Merrantbaler Iisotjpe SI
Lanaton Monotrpe SI
Gnrsa Cananea. I
NATIONAL BANKING STOCKS.
American ....... m
DUtnrt . IK
c armera a Mertianlm. S3
Lincoln - 13)
National Bank of Waanlncton.....? 2S1
TRVVT COMPAXT STOCKS.
American 8ecorUr & Tro 300
National Sarlnga & Trnrt 30
Union Tratt UiU
aihlnston Lean i. Trust S8
CnUed SUtea Truat 13
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Horns ......... .............. ............ h. 33
Bank of Oaumeito a SaTlnfft............ 12H
East Waabinctan..... II
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arintjtfln .................. 14
.Corooras ................................ 80
ainmao a .....a................ ............ 137a
S laSKUa .................................... .....
RatloBal Cnion.... ............ -. TH
T1TLB nCSUBAKOB BTOGK&
Baal Sauls.. 5
Chastn-flocks ,,,!,, , ft
D. OPapar Jtts. Co. . 135
Onxaopbone ccan... .h.h. ............. ffia
Mercaanta Tram, a Storaao............ KB
Becsrltr Storasa ........... B0
Washington Market............... .... H
Haaaattan's "llgat Clock."
Letter to New Tort Ban.
Where we live, on Washington
Heights, the ground Is very high.
There Is more or less building going
on all the time, but there are still
plenty of wide, open spacea; and you
ase grass here and trees, regular big
trees, and If you happen to live In
Just the right spot you get wide ex
We live on the top floor of a house
facing south, from which we can look
down over New Tdrk by day. And then
you ought to see the lights at night.
Including many with which we are fa
miliar and which we can readily pick
out, the one that thus far hsa moat
caught our fancy being that on top ot
the Metropolitan, tower. Eight mllea
or mora we are away from It, but wi
can see It very clearly.
-.Totr know abour this light? Ot
course. It. shows with a steady white
glow through' the night, except at the
Quarters and at the completion of the
several hours. At the first quarter
after any hour-the white light disap
pears, and after a second or two of
time your see a red light ln-its place.
marxlag the 'quarter. The red showa
briefly and. then, disappears; and then
oo.aa.M ,lJBa.ew a -. -" . - ".. --
wTf . ".. " 'wtarvai 01 aaraness ant
-while light ,sgaln appears, to show ,
steaentyuu the ,1ialf hour comes. Thsn
.,"?- T. '"r1."!'"." I
A BANK ACCOUNT
laM man mgtaSaact to
,It has a' collateral benefit in establishing bis endkj-m
ittaows toe Maker tuat
. .. .
tip sxicpoacoBt. oi a poruon ox me earnings 01 sa mi
man ldeatmed as
of opuoi tmuaes -better than the man with ao
aad no banking credit established
THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
14th and Q SfrMto :
is retrponsible for tie
iaaneial noecss of auay
Our knowledge oa tse
object of sound InTtit
Bteats is always at the
posal of deporiton.
Perhaps we eaa assist
YOU ia this connection.
nSOL ATJV, OlP. U. B. TKBASUKT.
Capital .tW Mi
gnrphia and tmdlrkitd prcSta orac t2.000.ES
trustee for your estate,
remember that a reliable trust
company is best qualified to
act in such capacities.
This company accepts all offlces
of trust. Its extensive experi
ence and adequate facilities In
sure satisfactory service.
The Washington Loan
and Trust Company.
Cor. 9th and F Sts.
JOBS JOT KDSON. PreaUent
W. B. Hibbs & Co.
fTew Tors Stncft bttasss,
T s W ii 1 11 rulnsaa.
Ckkaae Bsanl af Traoo,
xocAi. aerjuitiTiKS bousw
aad aold sn eame faTorable tarma
aa wa offer for tradlna- la Near
jTark stocka aad booda.
The Safest Investments
axo taoro that do n
tsroad eoodltlooa ef tha aaosay or ateck
Sa. Itat dead ef traat ootea lint :
, wen aorand en real eauto is tka Dl
ef Columbia, cooautata aUids- ta-
zta. They do not denrod nsoe tss
sandal reacjoojIbClrj ot lndtrldoala or sac
ajeratlono for their atabOltj. and am axtsiw
tnsn ta ration ao ccnoeal pnpartr. Wo oaa
oapplj aoca liiioatiawita Is anonnfa fnoi ass
aoward, Send for bnoslet. Tr muSie Unas
Swartzell. Rheem O
TXT SSth Street Ifertftweet.
Expert Electric Ythiele Refturiif
Btoraae Batteries repaired 'and re
newed. Ignition aad iicbtlnc Batter
lea Charred and Built to Order.
SOITHWOfTI KEISER CI.
Phone M. WIS. Rear 1MB T, St. N. W.
We Olae Totaa ta Tha HenM'a IBV.S Oontaat.
We Save Teat "K Per Cent em
We use only Valentine's Van
adium Varnishes.- the only var
nishes that will stand sosp, mud,
and water. We bake enamel on
hoods and fenders.
Autos painted,!! 50 and up.
Used automobiles and motorcy
cles for sale.
Cor. 14th aad W Sts. N. W.
Phone X. MSI.
We a-tre Herald gagJOO contest veten.
fixed white light as before nnttl three
quarters of the hour have passed, when
you get three red flashes. At the ex
piration of the hour you get four red
flashes, and then after a brief Interval
you get-an evenly spaced succession of
brief white nasnea, indicating wnat
hour It is. Tnns last night aa we
watcheo. we aaw first the whltellght
go out and then the succession of tea
white Cashes, marking the hour, aad
then tne steady white light again, so
to glow till the next quarter.
Fascinating it is to us now to watch
tbi- light, but I suppose we sbsll get
used to It. and then we shall give lt.no
thought except as we set'our clocks by it.
O " all occasions, autolsts feel
I ooks are perfect. It la clear",
anon, - - -.
sj cpendacia and easy, au confess Its
m . .. A .,' M,MM, !
e "- , -a a- ;..
so T DsTalil-raRar
woo so nareaaanna'Brsma
tne young man is, asse to I
m . m a a-
a bank depositor can always.
WARREN MOTOR SALES N.
1 1610 mjm R. W. j
"BY A WjUKM Alt
- K A WIRIER"
ssaae. CaH aaa
Ws Ohm Votaa ta Tss HeralTi 1
WkT eaenM AaieaeMie imi no aaaa
sseateel attth eta treaelea wkaa Be
earn be aaasttvety aeae away wMa ay
Tka WarVs Beat PBar
SKrwtuTlre ITIIer Ca
SOS SovTMCas Buiisins
rtlltna Plant. 2ZS-ZM rasnteeatfe
Street X. W.
Wo aire Tataa In Tbo BeraMa PM Oaetaat
GEO. W. BEALL
IMS MIL. I. W. M.7II5
We aire Votaa in Tno Haralfa aCOB) Ceetaat.
Introductory Offer Only
Seat Covering, storm Aprons. Oast
Covers, side Curtate. Bead Postal
ffatiual Ait Tip Crapn,
4C6-713MSt.ll.aV. at. 8213
3pp. District Bids;.
We Giro Votei tn Too Heralifi CSjnj-Cbaenm,
AITOMOBILES FOI HIE
Five and seven passenger cars.
BROWN BLAIR GARAGE
1319 L St. N.W.
Phone X. 1470.
Wa Che Votaa Is The Borald'a C3.M I
P. M. CORR,
agent far Pleaders aad Tale afata
eyelen and Cart's Special sUsfiisa,
Stetnreyele Oreraaallna- aad Belt
tan-lag. Aeeconarlea aad Snndrtea,
Blerele Resalrta-c i-asiaur. and Oa
aanllna. aaaallea aad A-renoerioav
ana nta at. ia. w. t-aon
Whan yoa tisssl It jm
Wa nave TBI Vaaaaaastasr Plant east
can d year weak ajatekly, neatly, sad
wftk the selnissasB aeaaanl at arefanlty
WisJmitM Afji Sftffty Ct.,
We Otis Yi
sa Toe Borald'a MOOt t
D A R T
For Your Boy
4SS-31 10th t-B.Sir:
We CMos Totea tn Tbo HaraM'a I
aoaSdenre ta the OtdaanMSa. ft.
speed aad sststy U taa eMeC taa sa
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perfect mechanism comaandai
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FOR SALE I
I Absolutely Nw 5
K-R-l-T CAR 1
Just from the factory. ISIS mod- H
eL Has never beea run a mile, it
Tin WasliigtM Jitir Gar !
EfiipMHt Ci., I
8 1317 Haw York Ava. 5
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