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to the United Daughters" of the. Confed
eracy yesterday a letter. In which he de
dared that he would not sell HontloeUo
at any price. The letter aroused much
comment, and was praised by many data
sates. eapecJallyUlose. of Virginia, most
of whom declared they wished not to see
the "place taken over by the United Etates
"States rlffhts were guoted by one delegate.-
who asserted that she did not see
how the government could take the place-l
lr jur, L.evj; was unwilling to aelL She
said that the goovexnment certainly could
not aeulrqe it through condemnation pro
Numerous other delegates, however, at-
serted that the place ought' to be ac-
ALK.VANDKn B. WHITE,
Re-elected rremdent GcceraL
quired by the government, and have fol
lowed the lead of Mrs. Martin W. Little
ton, wife of Representative Littleton of
New York, In her endeavors to have
Montlccllo become government property.
Done an Injustice.
Mr. Levy protests In his letter that
an Injustice is being done him by the
campaign tor the purchase of MonUcello
by the government. He declares that
he has made every effort to restore
Montlrcllo to the state In which Jefferson
kept It. that the public has had access
to it. and that he has been a patriotic
custodian of the place.
"Appeal is made to your patriotism;
this movement was originated a year
ago. yet there Is concealed from you
the fact that for thirty-three years,
alone and unaided by government or
any association, 1 have spent time, en
ergy, and a great amount of money re
storing MonUcello and the bringing back
to their original settings many of the
relics of the great American statesman.'"
Mr Levy's letter states. "I do not ask
commendation; I seek only jusUce.
"Before the House rules committee
last August I stated In the most positive
way that I would not listen to any pro
posal for the sale of MonUcello. As
Mrs. Martin W. Littleton -has formed
an association, with herself as managing
director, and Miss Laura Littleton as
treasurer, and appeals to the public for
funds to carry on a campaign for the
acquisition of MonUcello, I feel In duty
bound to notify the public that such
subscriptions will be useless.
Expect State tn Get It.
"If the campaign were founded on a
real affection and reverence for the
memory of Jefferson. I could look upon
It with different eyes, and, however ui.
pleasant It might be to see an effort
to wrest from me this property. It would
be some consolation to me that I could
respect the motives of those behind the
movement. Dut this campaign has been
attended by numberless and wholly, un
necessary misstatements about Monti
cello and about my uncle. Commodore
Levy those about myself, I suppose,
Some of the Virginia delegates stated
yesterday they thought it probable that
some day the property would pass from
Mr. Levy to the State of Virginia, either
as a gift from Mr. Levy In his lifetime,
or as a legacy at his death.
NOTES OF THE D.D.C.
"Echoes from Dixie" Is the title of the
only Southern song book ever published
and which was complied by Mrs. J. Griff
Edwards, of Portsmouth. Va.. the leader
and originator of the United Confederate
Choirs of America. Mrs. Edwards has
attended every session of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy for a num
ber of years, and one of the delights of
tnc aeicgates is to hear her sing "Dixie'
in true Southern style.
Mrs. James Dinwiddle, of the New
Ycrk I'nlted Daughters of the Confeder
acy, entertained Informally at tea at the
New winard yesterday In honor of Mrs.
Wlllard. wife of Capt. WHIard. U. S. N.;
Mrs. Fltzstmmons. wife of Dr. Pltrslm-
n-ons, V. S. N.. and Miss Christine
The Mississippi delegation entertained
.at a pretty reception last night at tljp
confederate Memorial Home. A large
number of the delegates attended, leaving
the late session of the convention long
cnougn to pay tneir respects and return
i;ic In time to vote on the amendments to
Miss Mary Custls Lee, daughter of Gen.
Robert E. Lee, received a number of the
members of the U. D. C. In the chapter
house of old Christ Church, Alexandria.
MIm Lee explained that owing to her
residence abroad, this was. the flrst time
that she has been In the church for
eleven years. Refreshments were served
in the chapter house, after which Miss
Lee and her guests went to the old
church and she pointed out to them the
places where George Washington and
Gen. Lee used to worship. Miss Lee ex
pressed great satisfaction that the
church has been restored to Its original
OIITAIX SEW LIFE. HOtVELU'
himtM rtUUty mOuiBf Jtba dead ntm1
and brain tiarae. A remedj for INtog
Proalration, Neurasthenia, Paraljala. and
all Titiated or weakened condition of tha
antra in men and iramen. A poatlra rem
,ir for DYSPEPSIA-mod INDIGESTION.
Umnntnd frts from merphis eocjlM.
chloral, or nr other narcotic drcc Ertrr
Inch of tarromarat noes .to sur. writs
for oar new book. Each tuilt, containing
foil 30 o;a' tnatmoit. by Ball. $L tt H.
HOWEIXS & CO.. U Cbnrdi St. tin Tort
Cllr. Sold at all O'DodmU Pharmacia,
AgiwVa Irnc stotr. and alt droyslsta,'
- rfatp.. b. iW.-3icfns?rBy,v t
Ba-eteciad 'Beccritag Secretary Oeotrtl;
artistic white painting- instead of tha
oak flnsh which it was treated to shortly
after "-tha war. Tha altar and tha ( whole
ensemble of, tha ..church are exactly now
as they wera whn Oeorgo .Washington
worshiped there. Miss 'Lee. who la'atay
lng with her brother in Virginia, ,ex
pressed, great 'delight that she' is allva
to see a Democratic administration; as
this Is the first one she has seen for
Manv M9r m ah was in Europe during
the Clevelsnd administration. She spoke
of the first day of her return to America,
November 5, when before she retired that
night a Democratic era had arisen. Miss
Lee had the flrst picture sne nas oaa m
twenty years taken outside the church.
Mrs. Stonewall Jackson is another
womsn of great interest to Daughters of
the Confederacy. She is now seventy-six
and was unable to leave her home In
Charlotte. N. C, for the convention.
The members of the Texas delegation,
all of which are loyal and active work
ers, have taken an Important part In the
proceedings of the convention and the
social affairs during me wees.
Mrs. William Coleman, formerly of
Himtmriiu. Tji has been very gracious
and hospitable to Texans attending the
u. D. C. Convention.
Mrs. S. H. Watson, of Waxahachle, ac.
companied by her daughter. Mrs. A. B
Small, of Dallas, is here for the con
Gen. John Charles Black entertained
at Chevy Chase Club Friday evening
with a dinner party, complimentory to
Mr. A. R. Howard and her friends.
Mrs. Henry Ai Cllne. Mrs. Corlnne Nunn
Corry, and Mrs. William it. Aianage,
Among the many courtesies extended
one of the popular delegations from
Texas was a motor party to kock
Creek Thursday, given by Mrs. William
Coleman, formerly of Huntavine. Tex.
The charming personnel of this delight
ful outing Included the hostess, un.
Henry A. Cllne. Mrs. A. R. Howard. Mrs.
Corlnne Nunn Corry. and Mrs. William
A party of Texaa women who went to
Annapolis Friday to attend the Govern,
or of Maryland's reception, the lunch
eon at Carvel House, and a visit to the
Naval Academy which waa given com
pllmentary to the V. D. Cs in Wash-
lngton Included Mrs. Corlnne Nunn Crr-
Mrs. Hal. Aldrldge. Mrs. B. H. Wat
son, Mrs. A. B. Small, Mrs. A. K. How
ard, Mrs. Henry A. Cllne. Mrs. T. U.
Westbrook. Miss Sklles Westbrook. and
Literary evening ot the convention
was one of the conspicuously splendid
sessions. Historians formed a back
ground for Historian General Ruther
ford, and Texas was represented on the
stage by Mrs. Henry A. Cllne, past his
torian and poet laureate of the divi
sion, who graceful)- accepted the hon
ors for her State In the historical con
test. Miss Rutherford emphasized the
fact that the historical record of Texas
division had always stood flrst In the
general association since Initiated by
Miss Adeline A. Dunovant. of Houston,
down to the present splendid Incum
bent. Mrs. Charles G. Barrett. Mrs.
Cllne. In accepting the banner of honor
for Texas, and Mrs. Barrett. State his
torian, acknowledged the pleasure In
pretty words, and sssured the conven
tion that It would be a sacred souvenir
difficult for other States to attain, and
could not easily be wrested from Tex--as
because of the untiring efforts and
ability of the historian, Mrs. Barrett.
Mrs. Cllne was applauded for her san
Corporal James Tanner received an
ovation from the convention when he
made a short address there. He was ac
companied by S. A. Cunningham, editor
of the Confederate Veteran, and was
escorted to the platform by the acting
president general, Mrs. Frank G. Oden
heimer. Children of the Confederacy residing In
Washington presented a floral trlb-
OFFICERS AND INCORPORATORS
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Top row (reading; from. left to .right)
V. S. A. i Carl H. Butman. Second row George H. O'Connor, Samuel T. Kla
wans. Third roir Xorman P. Foster, treasureri Col. Myron M. Parker, presi
dent! George. A. Bentley,, corresponding secretary. Fourth rovr Donald SI. Sic
Leranv librarian! Howard R, Tan taw, recording1 secretary, .Fifth' row Odell
U Whipple, Ednard J. Walsh, rice president! James D. T. Schneider.
uU to jfrk Frank' O'. Menhelmer,
flrst Ttoa preaMeat. general. -UnttsA
Daughters of the Confederacy!- and pre
siding: over the convention In the ab
sence 'or the president, gerieriC'TSi prs
senUilon teoki place- at - o'clock' Friday
evealng. In.-UieviaHroom of " tha" -Ttaw
lWIUard HoteL MUs Frances WWeeks.
aireetew-or anMrtT-.,Capter; k. i.w
... arraacea. ior me ,csrsmonx
The'AUbffes. delegation, 'numerltig
thlrtronewomn,l.ls one-of the 'Strong
est' (n thecon,venUon." Mrs,- ChapeH
Cory js president br'the'dlrUlon.. ind
was lisaimmentaJ imtaalcinsr.'tha erec
tion i, of, 5n. C09feasraia Kon'urijentJ to
- JJr. Jasies .it .Marys, 'of Frederjclu
burg, 'U now" ylattlnjr'h'sr ;son, Lieut
Marye; 'near ' -Arlington. Thts lriteresfrig
woman. elehty-elxht rears of See has
many thrilling anecdotes, to relate. Her
home, at Hamlltdrts Crossing. to whicts
they'had retired, ,fro"m .Maryes, Heights
for" safatr during- lhavHvfl war proved
to. 'h In " nitflrtv. hnt flpfnV aa 'that
rioted Maryss. Hill. Durlnr that fataful
rhoto by HarriaIlnc.
MRS. KATE C. .ICHXABKI.,
Re-elected Cormpondlnx Secretary General.
winter of "63 It was the home of Gen.
and Mrs. Longstreet. as well as -many
others, which the elastic Virginia house
can always be made to hold.
Congressman and Mrs. Jack Beall
entertained at dinner complimentary to
Mrs. S. H. Watson and Mrs. A. B. Small,
of Dallas, Tex., Thursday night.
The Alabama delegation was one of
the most notable at the convention. Its
members, some of whom came from "the
cradle ot the Confederacy," as Mont
gomery. Alabama's capital city, and the
Confederate States- flrst capital. Is called,
were prominent In general work which
has been done during the year, and In
debate and deliberations here.
The delegates were Mrs. Chappell Cory,
Mrs. Clifford A. Lanier. Mrs. William A.
Durr. Mrs. Joseph Orum, Mrs. R. C.
Bankston. Mrs. S. A. Annesley. Mrs. 8.
H. Gardner. Mrs. L. S. Hendley. Mrs. B.
F. Crabbc. Miss M. Ad lie Shaw. Mrs. L.
M. Bashlnsky. Mrs. Ed. R. Malone, Mrs.
Bell George, Mrs. Lucy Holltngsworth.
Mrs. Charlotte V. Beck. Mrs. W.
Sharkleford. Mrs. T. L. Hobsrt. Mrs.
A. Hardwick. Mrs. F. E. Davidson. Mrs.
Jessie L. Lamar. Mrs. A. V. Newsonfa
Mrs. Frank Dowe. Miss Kate Collins.
Mrs. Ellen Peter Bryce. Mrs. John
Moulton. Mrs. J. Tyler Turner. Mrs. R.
F. Gould, Mrs. Woods.
AH but two of the officers of the L D.
C. were re-elected unanimously. The
exceptions were the former registrar
general. Mrs. James B. Gantt of Jeffer
son City. Mo., who declined re-election,
and was succeeded by Mrs. Orlando
Hallburton, of Arkansas, and Mrs. J. J.
McAlester, the third -lee president gen
eral, who declined re-election, and was
succeeded by Mrs. I. W. Falson, of
The officers re-elected are: Mrs. Alex
ander B. White, president general; Mrs.
Frank G. Odenhelmer. flrst vice presi
dent general; Mrs. Drury C. Ludlow, of
the District of Columbia, second vice
president general; Mrs. Roy Weeks Mc
Klnney, of Kentucky, recording secre
tary general; Mrs. C. B. Tate, of Pulaski.
Va.. treasurer general; Mrs. Mildred
Rutherford, of Athens, Oa. historian
general; Mrs. L. H. Raines, of Savan
nah, Ga.. custodian of crosses of honor;
Mrs. Frank Anthony Walke, of Norfolk,
Va., custodian of flags and pennants.
(rant C. and Marlon Wllaon. rrl.
Tbomaa O. and Pay L. Wanalebaa. boj.
Karl and Jliry A. Srtwnr. bor.
Thomaa and Brftrf M. Perona, dot.
John V. and LIUv A. Slum. Ctrl.
Daniel B. and Anna B. Lloyd, dri.
Verarn E. and Grace A. Keljer, pit.
Earl and Mary J. Godwin, nor
Joarph VT and Bertha O. Gibaon. sir!.
Clyde C and Marion M. FHter. sir!.
George F. and Emma BuelU sirl.
Daniel and Eta Walla, bor.
Robert and Mabel Washington, ho?.
Ranter and Martha Pleaaant. boj.
John and Eleanor Grov. bor
Otla and Iretha Edmonds. rJrt.
John and Frances M. Brown, boy.
OF THE PLAYERS' CLUB
Paul W-Erasta, Capt. Warren rjean.
IK HISWIFE; '
Frederick $T, -EnglertY 'Wife .Leads
', J Hjm Unwittingly Into. '- -?
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EKBEZZLEJG TS'THE CHAEQE
Frederlcki W., Englert, twehty.-sven
years -old, a, "bookkeeper, wanted -for,em-bexxlrnrmore
Co.. .packers, walked In. a trap unwitting
ly, laid hy his -wife -last nlfht and twas
For three days Englert has been hunted
by detectives, but no clew to his where
abouts; could' be found, arid thai, police
were1 about to arrive at a 'conclusion that
the fugitive had fled -from the National
Detectives "German and Cor 'and Police
man Boyle; in plain clothes; whb -were
shadowing Englert'a house at till M
Street Northwest, saw Mrs-. Eriglsrt,
heavily veiled, leave .the house about 11
o'clock' last' night. ,
Surmising "that the wife was going to
meet her husband, the detectives fol
lowed her to Iowa Circle- She,. walked
abont the circle for nearly fifteen min
utes, and then was Joined by .a man.
"Waiting until the man and woman
passed beneath an are light. In order to
be sure that the man was Englert, thi
.detectives stepped from the shadow of
a. tree and took Englert In custody, Mrs.
Englert was surprised, but took her hus
band's arrest calmly.
At police headquarters Englert was
formally accused of embezzling )0 from
the packing firm by which he has been
employed as bookkeeper since Ju!. The
police say, however, that Englert has
embezzled nearly H.SOO.
According to officials, Englert admits
taking about 1K0 but says he does not
remember the exact amount stolen. He
made on effort to procure ball and was
placed In a cell at the First Precinct
Station. He took his arrest nonchalant
ly and refused to talk. John W. Red
mile, auditor for Armour & Co.. Is com
plainant against Englert.
John J. Younger, fifty-two years old.
a salesman living at 3Z12 Thirteenth
Street Northwest, was arrested yester
day by detectives Cox and Berman on a
charge of embezzling HIS from the gro
cery Arm of Llebman Brothers, C74 Penn
sylvania Avenue Northwest
According to the police. Younger ad
mits the charge. He was released under
11.000 bond. Abraham Llebman. of the
grocery firm. Is complainant against
Younger. It Is charged that Younger
has been collecting for the firm for sev
eral months and converting the money
to his own use.
AND THEIR WORK
Mrs. Alice Stebbins Wells to Talk
on Subject at Unitarian
Mrs. Alice Stebbins Wells, ef Los An
geles, will lecture on "The Need of the
Policewoman and Her Work" at the L'nlr
tarlan Church at S o'clock Tuesday night
under the auspices of the Committee for
Social Betterment. Commissioner Ru
dolph will Introduce Mrs. Wells, whose
lectures have .attracted attention In many
cities of the country. Including Baltimore,
where three policewomen have been em
ployed, and where five are authorized by
an act of the Maryland Legislature
As the flrst policewoman In the I'nlted
States, Mrs. Wells has had to bear the
brunt of much ridicule, but she claims
that wherever her "experiment" has been
tried the ridicule has given way to praise.
Ushers for Mrs. Alice Stebbins Wells'
lecture are the following students from
the Washington College of Law; Miss
Hope K. Thompson, Miss Msrtha M.
Krumke. Miss Adele M. Stewart, Miss
Mary L. Klddoo. Miss Sue M. Lacy, Miss
Antoinette Avery. Miss Susan II. biye.
Miss Margaret Stewart.
The committee for social betterment for
the District Is as follows:
Cuno H. Rudolph. Rev. I'lysses G. B.
Pierce. Judge Wendell P. Stafford. E. H.
Droop. Blahop and Mrs. Earl Cranston,
Mgr. William T. Russell, Rabbi Abram
Simon, Rev. Randolph H. McKlm. Rev.
Wallace Radcllffe. Dr. and Mrs. Harvey
W. Wiley, Hon. and Mrs. Henry B. F.
Macfarland. Rev. John Van Schaick, Jr.,
Hon. Chas. P. Nelll, Mr. John Joy Edson.
Miss Flora Wilson, Mrs. Miranda B.
Tulloch, Rev. Samuel II. Woodrow. Miss
Janet E. Richards, Mr. Michael I. Wel
ler. Justice Stanton Peelc. Col. and Mrs.
Henry F. Blount. Judge William H. De
Lacy. Rev. Henry Noble Conden, Judge
William Mack. Mr. William F. Gude.
Rabbi Louis Stern. Mr. Ernest P. Btclt
nell. Mr. and Sirs. Arthur T. Ramsey.
Mr. and Mrs. William Tlndall. Dr. and
Mrs. Lyman B. Swormstedt. and MUs
Nettle L. White.
INSANE 0VEE POLITICAL
DEFEAT, MAN KILLS WIFE
AND ATTEMPTS SUICIDE
Mount Vernon, Ohio. Nov. 16. Insane
over his defeat for nomination as county
treasurer in the primaries last spring.
William B. Magill. forty-seven years old.
a school-teacher, to-day shot and killed
his wife with a shotgun and then shot
himself. The lower right side of his face
was torn away and he probably will die.
The woman's head was nearly blown off.
Marriase lxenaea were iswed jrsterdaj to the fol
lowing: Copeland P. Jonea, Si. and Marie L- Wood. 3.
Iter, atom F. Dudlrr.
Ilirrr N. Hnxford. 32, and Jraie Morrij, a, of
Beaton. Uaa Jin. John M. Bchlck. jr.
Samuel S. KaUahrr. X, of Chicago. Ill- and lima
Bum. a. iter. uu stem.
SamocI y. Cooper, a. and Uicr O. Hirrif. IS. brtb
of Ltndan. Va. Rer. Sajmirl A. Bowrra
Walter 8. Murray, ft,, and EUtabrth L. Mr. 3.
It(T. John Van Schaick.
Gears F. Rxlner. 32. and Clara T. Macfcintoaa, IX
Iter. Edward M. Cortett.
Harry L. NtmoOAoi ream. National llcmm. Hnart.
Ltxiua Rochester, &. Oeorre Washington Hopital.
John A. Conner. O. Bo O 8t. .
Frank Rcgtn. K, Tnberculoila Hcrrital.
Drania Lctig. H. too H St. nw.
Marietta riant. S. 306 Ga. Ate. nw.
George H. "Maiaack. Is, Gecrfttown fnir. HoapL
William W. HantratT. a, UD3 V St. ae.
Vincent Guy, 11 montha. St. Ann'i Infant Aajlum.
Horace P. Jaekaon. jr., 3! rears, 16H Fla. Ate. nw.
Mary K..Tolaon. H. Prorfclnict Hoarital.
Ellen Uttehtfc'h. SOI Freemani ADer nw.
Maria WUllama, . 71 Hth St. ae.
Carrla Bawklna. 63. Tabrrnilatki Hoarital.
Elizs Carter. 85. 129 Uadn Court.
John L, Carter. If. 93 Acker St. Be.
John Strother. tT. Waahingtcrf Aijlnra Hcenital.
Sarah Tneanaa. 72, Horn for Aged and lnArm.
Mary C. Wlnaton, ST. Waihlngtoo Ai)Iinn Itcarital.
Gorernor Grares, S3. Home for Aged and I&flnn.
Sarah E. Smith. 33. Tobercnleati noK'HaL
Lola Nelson, 3, Frtedmen's Howi Ita!.
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DEMOCRAT COMES TO
SENATE FROM IDAHO
Boise, Idaho, Nov. 16. Gov. James II.
Hawley to-night appointed Judge K 1.
Perry, Democrat. United States Senator
Gov. Hawley decided at the last moment,
not to resign and All the unexpired term
V. 8. Dane, cf Aariealtcra, Weather Boreaa.
Waahlrgtnn, Saturday. Nor. IS. 1J12-S p. m
A high prrawure area of great magnitude orerlie
the entire country, with the result that dear weath
n, with moderate temperatures, rreralla eterrwhere
eieept in a few acaUred localitJe. There were light
local fnowa in the- Xake regioa and ralna In New
Mexico and eiterme Wertem and citnrme Southe-n
Trzaa. tut no other precipitation, and it la quite
cool in the Snuth Atlantic Statea.
Th winda along the New Ecgland and Muldle At
Untie coast win be moderate northwett and west
on the. .South Atlantic and East Gulf roaata light
to moderate northerir: on the Wet Gulf coast mod
erate nortbeait and eat: on tha Lower Lakea mnt
crata wntittl; on the Tprer Lakea moderate west
and ncrthwrst. becoming rariable Monda;
Midnight. 41: I a. m. : I a. m . . t a m . 3.
8 a. m a: 10 a. m.. 41: II n.m. 41: I p. m..
4 p. m . 4S: t p. m . 44: I n. m.. 40. 10 p. m. X.
Highert. : lowest. SJ.
Relative humiditj S a. m.. CS. S u ra . GO. Hours
of sunshine. S.t Percent of toasihle sunshine. M.
Temijerature aame date last year Highest. C;
Temperatures In Other Cities.
at 8 p. m. yeterdar.
Athetille. N. C 55 U 41
Attanla. (ia M 34 iZ
Atlantic citr. x. J s: so a
Blemarck. N. Dak tt :t H
RoMon. Ma j; 35 ...
lhiffaln. N. V 41 30 41
Chicago. HI 41 U 43
Cincinnati. Ohio 52
Cheyenne. Wyo 43 M 39
Iarenl-ort. Iowa. 44 34 W
Dcnrer. I'olo t! 30 38
Dc4 Moines. Iowa 50 38 43
nntuth. Minn 39 33 30
Gslrestcn. Tei M m 64
Helena. Mont. 41 S 3
Indianapolis. Ind 54 39 40
Jactaonrille. fit 58 41 59
Kansas City. Mo 0 38
Little Rock. Ark H .. SB .
Los Angeles. Cal Tt 83 74
Maniuette. Mich 38 33 34 0.01
Memphis. Tenn CO 38 is
New Orleans, t 62 48 K
New York. X. Y 41 H 38
North Platte. Net 48 tt 38
Omaha. Nehr 48 X 43
Philadelphia, l'a. 48 40 41
Itttsourg. Pa t 33 40
Pcrt'.and. 3Ie 38 33 39
Pcrtland. Oreg SS SO 33 ...
Salt Ike City. Utah SO I 41
St. Louie. Mo 31 U V
St Paul. .Minn 44 33 38
San Krancis-o. Cal 64 (n
Siringdeld. Ill 4 33 43
Taeoma. Wash 58 53
Tampa, 11a 70 50 60
To-day-High tide. 1:11 a. m. and 3:: p. m . low
tide, 528 a. m. and 823 p. m.
To-morrowHigh tide, 2:33 a. m. and 3:05 p m.,
low tide, 9:17 a. m. and 930 p. m.
Condition of the Ttlvrr.
Harprrs Fcrrr. W. Va.. Nor. 18. iWomae and
Shenandoah Rlrera both clear.
Tt) THE UNION HIVE, LADIES' O. T. MAOCA
Uta and also the other orders and sorietles in our
Northeast Temple Building: You are intited to an
address, to which the public la likewise innted. on
Christian Fellowship." br the Iter. W D. White.
Wi our Temple, on Sraidaj. Norember IT. at S:U
p. m. and to bring your friends. Mrs. ELLA
WEEKS. R. K.. Na 6. There wUI be a little talk
to children In the Northeast TcmrJe br Her. W. D.
White at 330 p. m. Their friends insited. Mmic
Scata free No collection.
REV. UK. tllARLES U CARHART. aahing
tmi Heights rrrbjtrrian Church. Snndar. 11 a. m.
lecture on Tntker and the Balkan Htates.
The Choicest the Market
Affords Can Always
Be Found at
4th and H Streets N. E.
We It Herald (23.000 contest rates;
ii'g4'gl"lsW'sssss1sli ssit ''
Body Prices I SO to 4O0.
ChataaU Prleesi S-toa, 2.M0i 3-ton,
S3,-I00i 3-ton, 94VS04X
THE LUTTRELL COMPANY
DUPONTCIRCLB ATNIHCTHaiTM STSSIT
anrlc SUtlsn. at. H. Aeut as St.
Washington School of Chiropractic,
P. . BOX 2S. WASHINGTON. DC.
Write for armouneement showing aplendkf epportu-
nitr ti leam a rocratlre rrofession. Hpecial offer to
first 3 students. Daily occupalkai can be followed
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
143 Eleventh St. N.E.
Washington School of Accountancy
IProffiatLI edtxttioa fa ccoentncj. prrptrtsg
fcr EUtt certlSate cf ertlfld pablie Accountsnl
tDd for ttufness atiniziUitkic. rncticsU work
. rsprcUnT dpttl to num esploitvl duns tint day,
iSpag bulltrtln oo rcquat. Call cf iddmi, Dim
tcv of Educaticn, I. M. a 1, LH C 3L K, YV
Dit nd nurh!
CvaMacationiL Tenth jir cpi:i
fiept. 30. Graded. bib. tod busiseM
FTIANCES MANN HALL. A. M
SI E St. N. W. ftindDal.
MISS AtlNErt CCXABAUOH.
Fremerly buyer and manager for Jnlms Jarralcs
Gloee Department has rieued a likne Hvie- a 4
Neciwear Deft, with Illurstein Co . 13th ATM nw.
VIAVI SCIENCE OP HEALTH. NATCRAL.
nonsurgical: 400-page book tree. Apply br mail. Ill
Colorado Bldg. Irea lecture for women Wedseadara
st 23) p. m. tU-tS
Mil I FPTC ' v'in wWl rJesse thrtr custom
, . '" honM he sure to J- th-
Self-raisin? " Miiwa eifRivg n.
UT0 IONSIMERS SLPrLIED
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO..
Wholesalers, 11th and at Sts. S. C
NOBI.B On Friday, November 15. 1911,
at t p. m.. at her residence, 12T La
mont Street Northwest. GRAC3
LINCOLN, the beloved daughter ot
Kliza C. and the late Col. Joseph No
ble. Funeral from her late residence Mon
day. November IS. at 5 p. m. Inter
ment In Arlington Cemetery.
rLANT On Friday. November 13, 1912.
at 10 a. m.. at her residence. 5305
ticorsrla Avenue Northwest, .MARI
Funeral at Church of the Sacred Heart
Monday. November IS, at 9 a m :
thence to Alexandria. Va.
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
Sil EAST CAriTOL ST.
Established ltsT. CHAS. 8. XCBHOBST tr.
J. WII.LI.VM LEE. Funeral Director
and Embahner. Liaerr tn connectioo. Coeimod.ont
Chaptl and Modern Crematortmn. Modest pneea.
S3 Fraasrlannla Are. nw. Telephone Msia Ual
IV. R. SPEARE.
IXNEBAL DlBtXTOB AND KilB.lI.iin.
940 F Street N. W.
WA3UIX0TON. D. II
'hones Main Ht
FRANK A. SPEARE. Mm
Of Eierr Descriptlco Modenlalj iTirad.
raaeral Dealgna. aTuatral Deatgas
Armrdinff to records cf the Internist. Cbmmercw
Commixkn, rctcticallr ererr mlrtad rmrloe Is
tha United Ststrs has had his par mcrraucd wlthta
tha last Sis rears, and the great Tohuna 'of tha la
creaae has come withla tha laat tint gsags.
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