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.THR WASHINGTON HERALD. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 17,' 1912,
Broadway and 11th St. n York
Tilt funeos hotel ha ben renorUed, re
teeanUO. refurnlabed. and nun modem, up-'
to-fiata arpointmenta hare baea installed, loa
on bo compared TaTorabb; with say In ths cHy.
The OXLV Ftrst-CIass HOTEL
NEAR ALL STEAMSHIP HUES.
Within rr7 1RM at imy point of Interest
IUU block flora, Wanamaker'a.
Fin minute.' vtlk at Sbcppls District.
JOTET FOB- Exctnesra of cosine, com
fortable ppoli!liatnli.'couitrai errfc tad
THK VERY BEST ACCOMMODA
TIONS IX THE CITT AT
$1.00 PER DAY UP
7 .Minutes from Grand Central Depot
10 MInntea to Leading Store and
ST. DENIS HOTEL CO.
Alio STAJfWIX HALL HOTEL
Albany. N- Y.
ODD FELLOWS TO
Virginia .lodges to Make Pilgrim
age with Alexandria
DISTRICT MAN IS FINED
Brine back replies Oeeaose each
order receive the same pergonal
attention. Irrespective of size.
Ton -will find our lettera free
from dark edges, broken trpt.
'typographical errors, &c
Ton can safely intrust !mpor
tant form letters to us being as
sured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2.000 LETTERS, 5451
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
DUtrl.t National Bank Ball ding,
t40S G Street
Phone Main T30&
Ls Akias he Time to Start
Sending Your Linen to Us
"Our Work Is of the Better
Lannderera. Dry Cleaners. Dyers.
437 New York Ave.
Phone North 281
We aire Herald IB3.000 contest votes.
Fine Diamonds tnd Watches. Established 1!"5,
Gents' Solid Gold Chains
THE W ILDEMAR EST CHAIN 1 o
the met ropular and ttrlish Mens Chain, vd
mlrahly euited for bosineM or drrM. JISTBE
mtl OIR HOUIIW AHSORTMEVT ef
kudnar lluk and rob. rf ctm tn SO Lt I
JCJ1A8 Hate jous aelertlon RESERV ED 0
A UALL DEPOSIT Prtcet very reasonable.
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH
S23 O St. N. W. Phone M. 4243-Y
We give Herald SC5.000 contest votes.
n rinuht as to what Paints
or Enamels to use
We give Herald tzr.jOOO contest votes.
PHONE MAIN 6463
FifT-class Groceries, Heats, Provisions
WAUL CO. 928 19th ST. . W.
We give Herald SSSJHK) contest votes.
Blue Ribbon Cream Helal Polish
The thlcc Oil Cream Polish that does not
fettle nor leave powder or sediment.
The Polish that makes any car look
JUST TASTE THEM!
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
e ctve Herald $35,000 contest votes.
PENN. RYE I
Ten years old. SL2S.
Order by phone i
AUn TEVNE5HEE, tlJM Bottle. A
The Snoomakcr Co.
1331 E Street N. W. i
established 1S31 'FhoneM. llSSsa. i
t I ''
Neural trl a.
Cold In Head
Twenty-four Tablets Fifteen Cents.
151h St. and Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
We Giro cte In Tbt Henvlds S3 j00 Lootett.
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
Superior quality of California Port
Wine an excellent artl- 35e Of
Or 3 quarts for J 1.00.
HEH RCSEHFELD'S, 218 44 St. S.W.
We cite Van to The Hmlii XSJXB Contest.
le-cnisnan Jr ".cldValtkl.
f(h and M Sta. X. W. Phone !. S39S.
We RIM Vote, tn The Hmlii COCO Contrit.
In Good Taste and Appropriate
la llxe cITinc of articles of Jewe.Tr, bold, allra and
tilled Ware. Clioice Cut Giaea plma, ic. for nd.
tin r btrtbdir prnenta. Frcm oar Una and select
srrsr cf artutlc and rrettUj oetlcncd artidea. tsj
article will rJate the ledplent.
COLE & SWAN, !3 W.SM-
We slve IleroM S33.000 contest votes.
Will repeir your sewing; machine
properly, jto matter what make,
fiend posta-i or phone M-33JS.
Corner 3ri and H Streets N.W.
We Gin Tetei1Bia TbUcriM ra,l.CoUj. J
Alexandria, Va , Nov. 16. Final plans
have been completed by the various lodges
of Odd Fellows of this city for partlcl
pstine In the -Odd Fellows' rally which.
will bo held In Weshlntrton Tuesday night
next.- A number of members of the vari-
ous lodges of Northern 'Virginia will em
bark with-the members of the ibeal lodges
for Yashlngton thst night. It Is ex
pected that fblly 00 members, including
the visitors, will go from this city.
According to plans mapped out, the
members of the city ledges, together with
the visitors, will assemble In Odd Fellows
Hall at 8 o'clock that evening, and at C a)
o'clock will march from the hall to "Prince
and Royal Street, where they will board
a special electric train for Washington.
The delegation will be headed by the
members of the canton, who will wear
their lodge uniforms. It Is expected that
the following State officers also will ac
company: the local contingent. A. M.
Southall. grand master, Danville; W. E.
Allen, deputy grand master, Covington,
Park P. Deans, grand warden. Windsor.
Members of the following lodges will
assemble here Highland, Independence
Hill. Prince William. Manassas. Charity.
Marshall, Remington, Remington, Phoe
nix, Culpeper. Accotlnk. Accotink. Cres
cent. Lorton. Mount Vision, Occoquan, R.
E. Lee. Dumfries
The .first, second, and third degrees of
the order will that night be conferred on
fifty candidates from this city and North
Fined for Issanlt.
Coming to this city and claiming he
found his wife, from whom he had been
separated since last April. In company
with a male escort, J J Grace, of Wash
Ington, last night assaulted her, and In
the Police Court this morning Grace was
fined TO for the assault. He subsequent
ly paid the fine
The affair created considerable excite
ment in the street, and the arrest of
Grace by Policeman Newland followed
a snort time thereafter.
The woman appeared In court to-day
with her rlaht eie badly blackened ana
claimed that her husband knocked her
down and beat her She also testined
that she had not been living with mm
since April last and their troubles she
said, were once brought before tne juve
nile Court In Washington
Grace admitted the statement that they
had been separated since last April, but
added that It was not a legal separation.
According to the prisoner he came here
last nleht for the purpose or seeing nis
children now in the custody of the wife.
and flndlne his wife In company witn a
strange man he demanded an explana
tion. whereuDOn he asserteo tne man
struck him and he struck back, and sub
sequentl. he said, his wife took part.
and then he assaulted her
Creditors of the Emerson Steam rump
Companj. In oluntary bankruptcy, held
meeting to-da In the United States
Court room In this cltj. before Walter
U. Varnej. referee in bankruptcy, and
unanimously elected T. C Smith trus-
A number of claims were presented
and passed on and several allowed An
other meeting of the creditors will be
held Noi ember 30, Mr Smith gae a
bond In the sum of Jlo.OOO
Dr James J Garve. Deputy Health
Officer, and C J W Summers, of the
fire committeo of City Council, went to
Georgetown this afternoon and Inspect
ed two steel gray horse", which It Is
proposed to purchase for the Reliance
Fire Engine Compan The horses are
from Hamilton. Loudoun county, va.
They we'ght 1S00 pounds each The
animals will be brought here Monday
for a trj-out In the eent of their ac
ceptance one of the present horses of
the engine companj will be sent to the
clt almshouse for duty and the other
probably will be disposed of at prhate
sale or auction
ReBnlnc Compnny fo Resume.
The Washington Refining Company,
which recentl acquired the plant of the
Columbia Oil and ProUsion Corporation
at Relee. Alexandria County, will. It is
announced resume operations at that
riant within the next month Officers
recently elected follow J L. Cooper,
Dresldent. Atlanta J W Hall. -.Ice
president and general manager. Fred
Craig, secretary. John W Martin su
perintendent. Memorial services for the late Charles
N Crittenton founder of the Florence
Crittenton Homes throughout the coun
try, who at one time Hied here, will be
held Monday night at the Children s
Home here There will be speaking and
also a musical programme The Rev
Dr John Lee Allison, pastor of the Sec
ond Pretbvterlan Church, will make the
principal address. Mr James of Wash
ington, will also make an address
John A Travers funeral took place
this afternoon from bis home. Mi South
Henrj Street The sen Ices were con
ducted b the Rev. Edgar Carpenter,
rector of Grace Episcopal Church, and
the Rc H M Canter, pastor, of the
Methodist Episcopal Church South
Buriil was in Union Cemeten A
delegation of members of R. E. Lee
Camp Confederate Veterans, attended
The Alexandria Hospital Training
School will affiliate with the Episcopal
Eye. Ear. and Throat Hospital, of Wash
ington, thereby giving Alexandria pupil
nurses special training In e. ear, and
throat nursing Misses Elton Bowles
and Elizabeth Baker are now taking
the special course and will return to the
hospttsl upon the competition of the
The condition of Charles Flelschmann,
proprietor of the Hotel Flelschmann,
who was tarda) stricken with an attack
of vertigo, is reported to be constderabl)
Dr S B Moore has Just returned from
a meeting of the clinical congress ot
surgeons held In New York.
Thanksgiving will be what is donation
day at the Alexandria Hospital and the
managers ot that Institution request do
nations of money, rood, clothing, ic.
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GOMES TO AN END
Third Annual Session Toted Xtnt
Successful Ever Held by 3,000
CHICAGO NEXT MEETUG PLACE
MRS. INEZ SPKAGUE STINES3.
The name of the American divorcee, who ls the ajrandaaghter of the war
governor of Rhode Island, flgurca In a salt brought In Parla against
the Marqnla de "illlenenve by hla secretary, who charges that Ma maatrr la not
a noble, but the son of a minor public official. In his suit the aecrrtary charges
that the marqula had Mrs. Stlnesa photographed white she was unconscious in a
dentist's chair, and that by ahowlBK this picture to tradesmen as that of hla
nance, "Itlleneutc vras enabled to obtain large credit.
Mississippians Gather and Hear Ad
dress on This Subject by
RECEPTION FOR DAUGHTERS
MRS. DONALD McLEAN
NOT TO OPPOSE PRESENT
HEAD OF THE D. A. R.
Mrs. Mathen T Scott, president general
nf the Daughters of the American Revo
lution, who is staying for the present at
the New Wlilard. stated last night that
newspaper reports to the effect that Mrs
Donald McLean had announced her Inten
tion of being a candidate for the position
nf president general at the next election
were absolutely untrue
In 'support of her statement. Mrs Scott
displaed a telegram from Mrs. McLean,
which read as follows
"Newspsper reports absolutely untrue
and unauthorized You are at full liberty
to deny report- rite me.
(BUned) 'MB8 DONALD McLEA.N '
James Duncan, of the Duncan Livery
Stables, to-night entertained those en
gaged in building the stables at a ban
quet at the Hotel Rammel
AU male rarlcrea of the General Electric Cmr,.
ot Bcbroectadr N. Y . receirv a penlkm on reachlns
the ifc cf aerentr mn If ther ha. ot. t. ..
serrlce ef the comrlnr for twenty rtara, Women art
penapnea at amy u iner pare comujeted tbia aerrlcc
Increases Men's vitality. I
Price, L At all drug-stats'. Always I
ea hand at OTJOVltELLI DHTJO I
TORE, tx4 F Street Northwest. I
llntl Order. Hollclfed I
AY. C Tlleo Itcslcns.
The resignation of W E. Bleo As
slstant Electrical Engineer of the Dis
trict, taking effect December 1, was an
ounced jesterda Mr Bleo will take
the position of chief engineer of under
ground electrical construction at Jack
sonville, Hla., where a new sjstem of
underground construction and electrical
distribution of which he ls the inventor,
will be Installed under his supervision
MISS STERN TO WED.
Daughter of Rabhl
Mm. S. f. Iw
Miss Irma Stern, daughter of the Rev
Dr Louis Stern rabbi of the Eighth
Street Temple and Samuel S Kalisher.
of Chicago will be married by the
bride a father assisted b the Rev Dr
Abram Simon. November 19, at the
The ceremon will begin at 7 o clock
Miss Leona Stern sister of the bride,
will be maid of honor and Alexander
B Qusdorf, brother of Mr. S.ern will
act as best man The ushers have not
A musical programme will be given
before the marriage service The soloists
will be Mrs. Shlrcllff soprano, and Sol
Minster. Lewis C Atwater, organist of
the temple, will assist
A small party, consisting of the fami
lies and close friends of the bridal
couple, will gather for the wedding din
ner at the Hotel Continental After an
extended trip through the South, the
bridal couple will return tn this cltj.
where they will make their home
Admission to the services at the temple
will be by card
Completely filling the rooms at Con
federate Veterans' Hall 17SZ Vermont
Avenue, the Mls'tsslpplans In Washing
ton and their friends gatherca to re
ceive the delegates to the f D C con
vention and listen to the eloquent ad
dress ot Mrs- S. E F Rose, president of
Mississippi Division L' D C. entitled I
'Arlington. Past and Present.
Mrs Rose- Impressed three beautiful
word plctuVes of Arlington upon her au
dienceArlington the colonial estate,
home of George W ashlngton Park Custls.
Arlington the home of Gen Robert E
Lee, a point of gathering for the bright
est beaut) and truest chlvalrj of the
Southland, and Arlington, to-day a si
lent city of heroic dead
Speaking of the colonial home she said
"George Washington Park Cutls was a
nan of artistic tastes and when the
mansion was completed, tn TO It met all
Hit requirements of perfect architectural
beauty and refined taste
"The rooms were stored with many pre
cfous relics from Mount Vernon rich
furniture, costly ornaments and splendid
silver table service while the walls were
adorned with beautiful old portraits and
handsome pictures '
She next described the Arlington In
which Lieut and Mrs Robert E Lee
spent thlrt happj. peaceful jears
tbode of Dead.
' To the present we direct our steps All
Is -chaiged All ls quiet along the Po
tomac now No longer the abode of llv
Ibg Arlington Is now the silent cltj of
"The mansion still stands, and from
the exterior looks much as of jorc, but
there ! nothing to tell the stranger Its
hlstorj The grounds are beautiful In
contour and adornment The art of the
landscape gardener by flower beds, or
namental shrubs and trees nas accom
pushed much, but nature has given to
the place its majestic oeauiy.
It was fitting, shesald, that those who
had died for their country should rest at
such a beaut) spot as Arlington.
Besides Mrs Rose and many delegates
to the V. D C. convention. Senator John
Sharp Williams and Representative Ben
jamin G. Humphreys, both of Mississippi,
were among the guests
A piano solo by Mrs Thomas Herndon
i contralto solo. ' Creole Love Song."
Miss Lillian Chfnoweth. bass solo, Fred
C Schaefer. and a piano solo, ' Southern
Melodies," Mrs Fred Beall. completed
the programme of entertainments which
had been arranged b Mrs C V. Pet
tejs. ew Lights for nivcr.
In addition, to the new light Installed
Inst week near the Kettle Bottom Shoals,
there win be installed early this week
five new bescon lights in the west branch
and three In the south branch of the Yeo
comlco River, a tributary of the Potomac
near its mouth on the Virginia side. Prep
arations for the coming of winter are now
being made by the lighthouse service and
vessels are busily plying between stations
and hadquarters stocking the lights with
winter supplies ,
Associated Charities Meet.
The Camp Pleasant committee, of the
Associated Charities, held its first an
nual meeting Friday night In the Shlloh
BaDtist Church and 'listened to the re
ports of the superintendent and medloal
director of the camp. The following
officers were elected: Rev. W. D Jar-
vis, chairman: Kev. u. t. Wiseman, first k Th' fpllor trint ratrfips, a Wcr
vice chairman: Prof. George W. Cook. i" . J . .. . CaKHieS a Dig
treasurer; F. D Lee. .secretory; Rev. j String O fish allUS has t walk right
Arthur Randall. D D. chaplain: Drs. v.' ,,...., : l,mn
C W. Chllds and G W. Cabanlss. medl-l ,, h v "v"r
cai directors. - When jou look at some fellers
,r,-rZZrZZZ7ZZZr. . Iynt can t help thinkin what good
AD of Trfirra ImrxrU are sub.Vct la s lu. n I -' . . r . . .
uuoo.o4dv, . .. , v-ives triev a. make some. gins.
New York, Nov. VS. The third annual
session of the Clinical Congress of Bur
reons at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel ended
this afternoon. Most of the tX visiting
surgeons returned to their homes after
witnessing a. number ot operations equal
In Importance to any that took placs ear
lier In the week.
One of tne most enlightening events of
the session was the cinematographic dem
onstration of the technique of serial ra
diography of the stomach, given by Dr.
Lewis Gregory cole, at KB Park Avenue.
These pictures, taken some days ago by
means ot X-rays, showed all the stages of
digestion from the time food was taken
In a person suffering from stomach trou
ble. It la said by Dr. Cole that the Infor
mation thus obtained wUI be a great aid
In the fight on cancer and ulcers of the
stomsch, In that they readily show the
Deginnmr ot tnose troubles.
Operation for Cancer.
Some 100 surgeons witnessing an oper
ation by Drs. F. Kanfmerer and DeWitt
Stetten, ai the German Hospital, for can
cer of the ascending colon, were reriest-
ed by Dr. Hammerer to Insist that pa
tients apply for treatment In the ver)
early "stages of the disease In this par
ticular case the cancer was or consid
erable growth, and had not been treated.
The growth was removed In Its entirety,
but It Is not expected the person from
whom It was taken will live
At the New York Hospital Interest
war sh)wn In an exhlbllon of "weak
foot plates, that have been used by
Dr I. D Stelnhardt with, considerable
success. Here It was pointed out that
many of the foot troubles that at pres
ent require treatment by a phjslclan or
that cause the victim to speed to a drug
store to buy patent powders, can be
oltmlnattd by the very simple means of
a foot plate.
The congress was voted the most suc
cessful of an) held In any place In the
world Chicago has been decided upon
for the next congress to be held In
NEW WINSTON GRILL OPENS.
Mntiaser Spate Popnlarlxcs New
Hotel Pacing Capitol Grounds.
The New Winston Hotel. First Street
and Pcnns) lvanta Avenue Northwest,
facing the Capitol grounds, formally
opened the grill room last evening for
the season of 1912-13, entertaining an
Elaborate decorations gave the room an
artistic effect and an air that charmed
The musical programme arranged by
Bovellos Orchestra proved delightfully
Each guest was presented with a
handsome souvenir and Manager Howard
J Spates made a most gracious host.
Bringing to the New Winston Hotel
the experience acquired at the Haddon
Hall, of Atlantic City, and other well-
known hotels has enabled Manager
Spates to make the New Winston one
f -the delightful hotels of Washington.
patronized b many In Congressional,
financial professional, and commercial
circles. On Sundaj a a table d hote din
ner Is served and a musical programme
ANNOUNCES A SALE OF "
Board to Meet.
The board of governors of the Retail
Merchants Association will hold a meet
ing called b President Strasburger on
Wednesdaj at 3 p in to take up Im
portant business relating to the organiza
tion. The meeting will be held In the
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce
Applications have been filed by several
new members and their election will be
one of the matters to be considered
Veuro ntera fo Orarnnlsr.
The National Independent Civil and Po
litical League of American negroes hss
decided to establish permanent headquar
ters here to take up the work of reorgan
izing the negro vote In the Interests for
which the league stands It Is a Taft or
ganization The Rev S. L. Corrothers.
President of the league, announces that a
wceklj bulletin will be Issued to oppose
the spread of Bull Mooslsm
Extension Table, China Closet,
Sideboard, Four Chairs, and
One Arm Chair, at
Regular Price, $95.00.
Craftsman Stores at
1512 H St. N. W.. Washington. D. C.
29 West 34th St., New York.
468 Boylston St., Boston, Mass.
BRYAN LEAVES TO-DAY.
After exactly a week spent In Washing
ton, during which he has appeared fev
eral times st public functions. William
Jennings Br) an will leave to-da) for his
winter home In Florida He with his
wife has staved In Washington at the
home of his son. William Jennings Br) an.
Jr. at 1830 Belmont Place Northwest
Yesterday morning Mr Br) an spent
more than an hour closeted with John F
CosteUo, Democratic national committee
man. Tbx- talk was of general politics
The sentiments of the ' peerless leader
on accepting a place In the Democratic
Cabinet, should uch a place be offered
him as rumor has It It will be are not
known for during his visit to Washing
ton Mr Brjan has refused steadfastly to
discuss his possible connection with the
Mr and Mrs. Br) an dined and spent
the evening last night at the home of
William W Brde
GERMANS FIGHT TOBACCO TRUST
nroada of tmerlrsn Goods lu Em
plrc Cause Action.
rcul Cable to The Wajhinrton Herald
Berlin. Nov 16 - The Dresden cigar
Dealers' Society and Cologne Cigar Deal
ers Association sa the government is
considering measures to stop the Increas
ing power of the American tobacco trust
in Germs ny
Man) German cigarette manufacturers
alread) have sold out to the trust and
man) others are dependent on the trust
Members of the soclet) make It a point
of honor, according to a resolution to ex
clude trust merchandise The Cologne
manufacturers are also resolved to fight
the Engll'h-Amerlcan trust
villains: Boy's Hotly Found.
Buffalo Nov It, After a search last
ing for more than a )car the police of
Lackawanna, btedtng a postal card re
ceived two dajs ago. this morning found
the badl) decomposed body of Joseph
Joenh the sev en-) car-old Do) wno
dlraDDcared thirteen months ago In an
abandoned house Evidences of foul pla)
were apparent. The boy's disappear
ance excited the State at the time It
was believed he had been kidnapped b)
Svrians and was being held for ran-V)tn
TRACK; 19 HURT
New Haven Express Wrecked on
Crossover Three Cars
Bridgeport, Conn.. Nov 16. As a result
of the wreck of the Merchants Limited
which Jumped a crossover Just cast of
the Greens Farms Station to-night, ditch
ing three cars nineteen perons c
Injured The most seriously hurt are
W II Harber. of New York wound in
head, face cut and bruised, arm dislo
cated. J H Ruff en New Rochelle face
badl) cut and lacerated arm broken.
None of the others were seriousl) hurt
Among those Injured are
J William Barthran Jr New or
face cut H Gailadde New York, bruised
George Mainbaek New lork shaken up
and badl) bruised I. A Allison, New
lork. shaken up and bruised
The- train left New Haven running la e
and had attained high speed through
here earning five coaches three parlor
cars, a diner and a smoker The train
parted while taking a crossover the loco
motive tne parlor car and the diner
going ahead and leaving two parlor cars
and th smoker 1 $ feet behind The
derailed cars plowed along beside the
track and were about to overturn when
the) fetched up again't one of the
stanchions being erected for the elee'rira)
equipment of the line and stopped M
the passengers were badl) shaken up
None of the cars overturned
eel Girl tor Einrem Ttobbcrj.
Lake Charles La. Nov K That t e
j authorities are seeking a twent)-ear old
Kir: who is suspected or having roobetl
the Wells Fargo express office here of
$.1 Sm liecame known to-dav The police
claim the) have a definite clew and a
search extending to New Orleans lou3
ton. Tex and other cities In this part of
the countr) has been Instituted Thorn
ton Chevls. who was arrested shortl)
I after the robber) Is being held but he
I maintains his Innocence
IVp Eeituh lnrentor ha enrcriaed a Tibher fVi
rvuih and nap d ,h and has sivra it a Tacnnm c n
In the bottrjn to bold It uitlsht -when ucd f(v tne
Utter n rroee
Post-office Snfc Robbed.
Columbus. Ohio, Nov 16. Robbers to-,
day battered open the post-office safe at I
O-lent, near here, and obtained 10,000 I-j
cent stamps and 3,000 1-cent stamps, as
well as a small quantlt) of tobacco Fed-
eral authorities are !m estimating The '
safe was blown several years ago, and as
it had never been full) repaired. It offer
ed little resistance
ABE MARTIN SAYS:
1226 to 1236 Maryland Avenue Northeast.
(First Time Offered.) 300 Cash Balance Monthly.
Large lots, with 45 feet of park
ing to alley.
Holland window shades.
Side-oven gas ranges.
Extra large closets.
Floors planed and oiled.
Paed streets and sidewalks
Room for garage or stable.
Two styles of houses.
Six and 8 rooms and bath
Hardwood finish throughout.
Double porches, 7 by 16 feet.
Open Daily and Sunday and Lighted Until 9 P. M.
Maryland Avenue is one of the finest streets in Northeast, and houses at aboe prices are
seldom. Don't miss this chance. Come -out before too late.
H. R. HOWENSTEIN CO.,
1314 F Street Northwest.
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