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TffE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1912.
Pure Lard, lb.,
Smoked Shoulders, lb.,
Fresh Hams, lb.,
Fresh Shoulders, lb.,
Lean Eork Chops, lb., I
Selected Pork Chops, tiB
PureSausage Meat,lb., I
Hamburger Steak. Ih..
New Sauer Kraut, qt.,
Selected Eggs, doz.,
Millbrook Eggs, extra
selected and graded
for weight and size;
in sealed cartons;
each egg guaranteed;
Old Ditch Market,
830 L. (lb. W.
8th and E SU. S. C
Slat and M Sta. X. TV.
7th at Que Sta. .V M.
Hit II St. .V E.
1SS3 lorth Capitol St.
3420 Ga. Are. A. 1.
.1833 14th St. V. 1.
Tlh & B Sta. . E.
1TT8 V Street N. XV.
3113 14th St. A. .
Grier's White Pine
differs from any other offered la
Washington. It Is unquestionably
the most successful treatment for
bronchial colds obtainable. See that
it bears the name of "Grler."
GRIER & GRIER,
NINTH & NEW YORK AVE.
t e aire Herald C2000 eon (eat -rati
107 F ITIEET
trading Opticians for Over Quar
ter of Century
Oculists' Prescriptions Filled
W Ores Veto la lbs Bsrald'e 33J9 Cottast,
JUST TASTE THEM!
UHll tO Other CosleelioM
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
t rive Herald WS3J0OO contest Totes.
LATEST MB HEW EST BESIfilS II
Sea me for up-to-dsta Ideas. Estimate
R.1695-M 1451 P SJ. II. W.
ff a-lve Herald S3SJO0O eontt.t Tsrtsa.
Largest stock ever carried. Also Laces.
Dry Goods. Hosiery and
MRS. J. A. MOUDY.
3430 Georgia Ave. N. W.
We a-ira Herald 133.000 contest niu
OPTICAL ( )
co. SNk M
BRINE TO MAKE
Tax Expert of George Committee
to Answer Charges of Dii
TO ADDRESS PINEY BRANCH
CITIZENS MONDAY NIGHT
War of Words Over Alleged Dis
crimination Now Goes
The war over the George tax report
goes merrily on. Assessor Richards,
following the exclusive report of the
larger part of his reply in Tho Wash
ington Herald a. week ago last Sundaj.
made his appearance Tuesday before
the Columbia Heights Citizens Associa
tion to fire a few broadsides into Rep
resentative George and his expert.
Herbert J. Browne. Now comes tne
announcement that Mr. Browne will
speak before the Plney Branch Citi
zens Association at Fourteenth and
Emerson Streets Northwest, next Mon
day night Mr. Browne's appearance
will be in the nature of a. reply to Mr.
Richards' charges of unfairness against
the House probers.
Stand by Guns.
Neither Mr. George nor Mr. Browne
Is Inclined to retreat one step from the
aggressive stand Indicated in the re
port, or to grant that there is any seri
ous conflict of facts between the re
port and Mr. Richards' reply thereto.
Moreover, they charge that Mr. Rich
ards" answer cannot be expected to
carry the weight which their report
commands because all the figures given
In the report were given to the com
mittee under oath, while Mr. Richards'
figures. If they were received under
oath, were not so advertised
It Is understood that Mr. Browne's re
Flv will center largely around the sup
posed fact that Mr Richards Is making
id his tables through which he in
tended to refute the charge of
widespread and systematic discrimination
relied upon the bare statements of prop
erty owners and real estate agents, and
old not require the protection of the oath
Moreoer. Mr. Browne will call attention
to the fact that Mr Richards apparently
did not depend upon court records of
sales for his values. Inasmuch as In the
cases of ter few real estate transactions
is the real consideration set down, this
Is hardly to be wondered at. It Is under'
stood that few of the George figures
wtro obtained from court records
Anxlons to Iteplj.
Mr. Browne was present when Mr
Richards appeared before the Columbia
Heights citizens, and was anxious to
reply at that time, but was not permitted
to do so because of the lateness or the
hour when Mr Richards concluded his
SHIP BIDS ARE OPENED.
Cramp, of Philadelphia Strikes Low-
cat Did for rvr Destrojrrs.
Of the six bidders for contracts for
the construction of six torpedo-boat
destroyers for the navj, William
Cramp &. Sons Ship and Engine Build
ing Companj. of Philadelphia, offered
the lowest price, according to propos
als opened yesterday.
The Cramps offered to build three of
the six vessels authorized for JS46.900
This price is for the construction of
three vessels only, however, so that
this firm will not receive the contract
for all six
The Fore River Shipbuilding Com
pany, at Qulncj Mass.. made the next
lowest price, offering to build one of
the vessels for 1854,000 The Bath Iron
Works, with a price of J8S2.000 came
next, and the New York Shipbuilding
Companj. at Camden N J. next, with
$875 000 for one vessel
The destroyers are to have a speed
of twenty-nine knots, and must be de
livered within twentj-four months.
V B Per, e! .Agriculture. Wether Bureatt.
Waahinston I C Noe W UII-8 r
Pressure hta fallen oter th. entire country ei
cert In New England and the Middle Vtlantlc
Rtates but dear weather was reneral eieept In
New York eastern I ennorrania and New hng
land where there were lurht local snows and
in Waahlriaton where rams continue
The winda along the New England coast will be
moderate nonbweat becoming rariable, on the
Middle Atlantic Coast moderate west and south
west on the South Atlantic Coast light to mod
erate aouthwest, exeert moderate northesat on the
Florida Coaat on the Last Gulf Coast light to
moderate northeast and east on the veat Oulf
Coast light to moderate rariable, on the lower
Lake moderate to brisk south and aouthwest, on
the upper Lakea moderate to brisk southwest and
we t, diminishing Tuesday night.
Midnight 39 2a.m.. 40. 4a.m. 39 6a.
m. 39. t a m. 39 10 a. ra.. 4t, 11 noon 41
2p.m. ti.ln.rn 45 4 p. m. 43 1p.m.
37 10 p. m. 34. Highest 47 lowest 34.
Relatira humidity a ra.. 41. 1 p. m 31,
I p. m., 43. Rainfall (8 r m to S p. m.) 0
Houn d sunshine, 14 1'et cent ot possible
Temperature aame date last year Highest 85,
Temperntnree In Other Cities.
Temperatures in other cities together with the
amount of rainfall for the twenty four hours ended
at 8 p m yesterday, are aa follows
Max. Min. 8 p.m. fall
Asnrruie. o . .. , n 3 44
Atlanta. Ga. tu 36 M
Atlantic City, N J .. 41 35 31
Bismarck N Dak . . 38 31 41
Boston Mass. .... 38 31 34
Buffalo V I . . .38 30 M
Chicago III 34 34 S3
Cincinnati, Ohio . . X X 43
Cheyenne Wro . . . c 36
Davenport. Iowa .58 34 so
Denrer. CoL ... 63 34 VI
Dea Moines, Iowa. . 83 34 52
Duhlth, Mhro. . 52 36 44
Gaheston Tex 64 54 eo
Helena. Mont. .54 34 K
Indianapnlta. Ind. SS 32 ifi
Jackaoorillp Fla. . . 68 48 58
Kansaa City, Mo ... 86 38 S3
Utile Rock. Ark ... 61 36 58
Los Angeles Cal fl CO fit
Marinette Mich 41 30 40
Meopble Term eo 34 56
New Orleans, la. 66 48 CO
New Tork N 1 . . 40 35 -4
Vorth Platte Neb . . .68 14 50
Omaha Neb . . .. 62 36 54
Philadelphia. Pa ... . 11 40 j
Pittsburg. Fa ... 46 32 44
Portland Me ... 38 S 30
Portland. Org . . 58 (3 56
Salt Lake City. Utah .5 31 44
St Inula, Mo . . C 38 56
8t Paul. Minn . . 56 3 50
Ban iTaaclseo Cal .. .. 63 54 64
Springfleld. Ill 56 33 48
Tacnma, wash .... 52 - 51 I 06
itmna, l-la. 74 54 66
Toledo, Ohio 59 30 (4
Vlcxsbanj. Miss. 51 3 56
Tdaj-Hurh tide.' J JO a. ra. and ZSt p. ra.: low
tide. 10:03 a m and 10 JS p. ra.
To-morrow High tide C2) a. m. and I Jt p. ra.:
low Ude. 10H6a-m. and U25 p. m.
Condition of the River.
PaESCTHED-IS 6 TO 14 DATS.
Teexr drucitst srUl refund nsnn If Piwi mvr.
UEXT falls to cars anr ass d itching, titled.
wmwust tu las la stall 4 Boa.
ASKS FOR PICTURES OE ,
WILSON AND MARSHAL!
Secretary of the Treasury Mac
Vesgn has written to President
elect Wilson anc) Vice President
elect Marshall asking for their
favorite pictures and signatures,
to be used by the experts of the
Bureau of Engraving and Print
ing in the preparation of the of
ficial programme of the inaugu
ration. The portraits will also
be filed with the archles of the
government and used later on
money and stamps.
J. BARTON MILLER
AGAIN ON TRIAL
Begnlar Panel Exhausted, Justice
Gould Summons Extra Venire
of Sixty Talesmen.
John Bsrton Miller, former secretary
and treasurer of the First Co-operative
Building Association of Georgetown, was
yesterday placed on trial before a Jury
In Justice Gould's court, charged with
embezzlement and destroying or secreting
tho records of the association.
This Is Miller's third trlaL Twice the
Court of Appeals has set aside the ver
dict of the lower court after Miller had
been sentenced to twenty jears In the
penitentiary In each case.
The regular panel of talesmen Became
exhausted and Justice Gould summoned
an extra enlre of sixty talesmen to re
oort this morning at 10 o'clock
The orlKlnal Indictment charged Miller
with the embezzlement of sums aggregat
ing jm.000. there being thirty-four counts
In the bill The Jurj at former trials
found him guilty on two counts, charg
ing the misappropriation of funds
amounting to J1.T00
OPPOSE GOVERNMENT CHANGE.
Tnkomn Pnrk Cltlsena to Vote
Asalnat Any Proposal.
The Takoma Park Citizens' Asfocl-
ation went on record last night as op
posed to any plan of the Federation of
Citizens' Associations advocating a
change in the present form of govern
ment in the District- The delegate to
the federation was instructed to otp
against any such proposed measure
The association also declared Itself In
favor of the plan of the Commissioners
to build a municipal garbage plant at
Occoquan, Va. The rjue'tlon of the de
livery of telegrams at night, was taken
up, and a committee appointed to con
fer with the telegraph companies.
A committee, consisting of W G Piatt,
J. W. Dyer, and W W. Stockberger.
was appointed to confer with the Ta
koma Park Historical Society regarding
thr compilation of a history of Takoma
MAZE GIFT TO CHDECH FAIR.
I'realdrnt-elect and Mrs. Wilson
President-elect and Mrs. Woodrow Wil
son have Interested themselves in the fair
to be held starting December 11 b the
Cosmopolitan Baptist Church, by the
donation of a handkerchief which win
be voted for at the fair Tho gift of the
President-elect and future ' lirst lady of
the land" was acknowledged last night
by the church through a set of resolu
tions. The fair will be held for the purpose
of obtaining funds to raise the church
debt of 117,000. The resolutions express
the thanks of the church for the gift
and the hope for the success of the new
President s administration
The committee on resolutions was
made up of Rev Simon P V Drew
pastor. Mary Roberts Eliza Campbell,
Louisa Waring. Virginia Peyton. C
Blanche Drew. Uzzle M King. fc.lla
Barnes and Mildred Walle The hand
kerchief will be In charge of Mrs C
Blanche Drew The fair will be open
from December 11 to 3 and Invitations
have been sent William Sulzer, Governor-elect
of New ork, William Jen
nings Bryan, and Judge E M Hewlett
to speak during that time
SKINNER FUNERAL TO-DAY.
Last Illtea for Former Teacher at
Calvnrr Baptist Clsnrcb.
Funeral services for Miss Sarah Skin
ner, who died Sundav after an Illness
of five dajs at her home, 941 H Street
Northwest, will be held at Calvarv Bap
tist Church at 2 o'clock this afternoon
Rev Dr Greene pastor of the church.
assisted bv the Rev Dr Wood row, pas
tor of First Congregational Church, will
officiate Interment will be In Rock
Miss Skinner was born In Boston
Mats., In 183S. She held the professor
ship of Latin In the Western College for
Women at Oxford, Ohio She retired
from active service in 1S07 and hss since
resided In Washington She leaves one
brother. Prof. Aaron N Skinner. V
HARIUAQK LI CEASES.
Herbert F Wrlctit, and Anna C Blakenrj S.
Iter Euame A Hannan
Charles E. Gardner S3, and Aule. E. Thompson.
23. both or lenna. va
James Fowlkes 39 and Acme B Baas St both
of Richmond a
Frederick L. Fox. S. and Helen M Smith a. of
HrattartU Md Rer A H Thompson
Francesco Merrill. 13. and I'lanum Karri. 37
Rer Samuel II. Woodrow
Wlnlam J O Connor SB. and Hattie L Leonard.
3 both of Richmond, la. Her Jl J Kenneadr
Frederick W I'aimore S3 of Richmond, t a., and
Frances U Ki, 3J, of Fork union ll Rer K.
Charles L. Knons. SI and Maude H Aiken S3.
Rer HenfT T Brnndaxe
Alcxander Williams, . and Lncr M Shetton 3
both of Passatanzr a. Rer U I MeKranejr
Rot Rernolda 20. and Mabel I Iluaslus, 30 Rar
raul R Hlcknk
Joseph Y ITar-is 41, and Pauline StcTenson 31.
Rer John Weidler
Ralph Chambers, SS (white), and Irene Brirss. 23
James E. (loodloe. H. ltd Grade D Oral 3.
31 D Bellneld 38 and Ratio Murpftr. 29
R D. Smith. 22. and Lnctiia W Webster. IS.
W H. Levis 37, and Maria Walker, 3C.
Francis and Helen Walker, fill.
Charles E. snd Clara M Taller, her
J Clarke and LiUlaa & Swarze, bor
Edsrard and Bertha V, Monroe tor
John W and Mary T Lyona. dot
Oraftoa I and Generiero Htllcarr. bar
Guy G and Emma L. 8tanlon girL
Joseph and Charlotte Morton. cirL
Wclllnrton L. and Hattie Jones, bar.
Charles and Florence Jcnea sirL
Isaac and Hattia E. Hlthavaj, box
tola Warner. I) years, Walter Reed Gen. Hosts
harsh Skinner. T4. Ml H 8t. nw. v
William C Mc.Natt. S3. Gort Hasp. Insane
Edwin F. Borer, U, ZR Eighth St sw
Charles A Herring SO. Tuberculosis Horn.
James Griffin. AC, 30C Betroth Kt. rrc
Benjamta F Warder. 57. f Qnlncj St, ae
Oscar Corder. 33. GarfleM Hospital
Jennie K. Barr. S Garfield HospitaL
John D Scfaofleld, 77. 31M N St, nw
Charlotte A Maason. (7. iS Maaa. Ue. nw
Richard Corcoran. 7S. Oort Hospital Insane
John D. Grans, S3 117 Third St, nw.
Saaton B Wright BL 311 N J.. Atk. tttr ,
East Washington Association Con
siders Committee Report on
Eastern Branch Plans.
The East Washington Citizens' Asso
ciation met in East Washington Hall,
314 Pennsylvania. Avenue Southeast, last
night, and considered a committee re
port on the Improvement ot the Eastern
Branch. After much discussion the mat
ter was referred back for" further report
at tne next meeting.
The executivo committee was Instruct
ed by the members to consider the George
report, and the committee on valuation
and assessments was requested to bring
in a report on the equity of taxation in
A resolution waa adopted by the meet
ing to appropriate S10 to help defray the
expenses of the test of the legality of
the new water rates, and it was urged
by several members that efforts be made
to obtain legislation from Congress, es
tablishing free water for the District,
The appointment of the following com
mittees was announced by President
James L. Parsons:
Smith Chosen Chairman.
Execulire Thomas V Smith, chairman; M. L
Weller. Albert Schutteia.
Anaeostia Rirer Thomas W. Smith, ohairman;
H. W Currides. Albert Bcrmltris, Joseph I. WeUef.
Charities and Corrections-S W Corriden. chair
man. John a Tost, Hear P. Blair, Dr. M. M.
Momr, Charles M Connors.
Lights. Water and Sewer-Cbarles A BhMd.
chairman, V C Dietrich, Lewis Flemer. U Jf
rbnta, A. B. Dent
Membenhln-C A McCarthy, chairman: J M.
Wood II. h. Simpson.
Publia Health Dr C. M FmmT. chairman;
Thornwald Solberg Dr Clchard Kingsman, Vt
A Richards. Dr. L, V? aIenUne
l"uMle Buildings and Parka-L. N. Fonts, chair
man Oeonre F Harbin; Dr W. P. C listen. Dr.
Ktreets snd Arcane W 31 potter chairman;
Charles A Shields. James J McDonald Andiww
Johnson, ir , John J MeAuliffe
steam and Street Ilallroada II II. Men.ee chair,
tan A Glrouard. Fred lieKew. D. Ti. n.nW!
D 31 HUdrrth
oVhools and Libraries A 41 Proctor, chairman;
D. 31 Hlldrelh. John D Torrer
Public Order and Comfort C F Dnnohoe chair
man F C. Coldren Joseph I. Wetter. James A.
uerrert AUlou c Vlnllner.
laxatlon and Arseiwnenta SI. I. wriler chair
un James II HamilL Andrew Johnaon. n ;
Court F Wood.
"1 enira" nob Drink.
Chattanooga. Tcnn . Nov 18 Yegrmen
to-daj dvnamlted the safe of the Kings
ton Bank and Trust Companj, at Kings
ton Tenn , and escaped with J1.SO0 in
gold and currency.
Lawsuit Is Brought
To Settle Perin Will
Executor Sues Heirs-at-law for Construction of
Instrument and Instructions as to Dis
posal of Income.
Frank L rrin. of Cincinnati. Ohio 1
executor and surviving trustee of the
estate of Clifford Perin esterda tiled .
suit against Miss Margaret Mae I'rrin
Mrs Mary C Howard, guardian of Miss
Perin. Frank U Perin, Mrs. Salllc I'
Harrison Lawrence Perin. Louise Perin.
Glad) 3 Perin, Oliver Perin. Nelson Perin
and Bradford Perin for the construction
of the will of Clifford Perin and In
structions on the part of the court as
to the disposal of the Income from the
estate and the estate Itself
MIbs Perin Is well known In society In
this city and will make her debut this
winter She i-s the daughter of Mrs
George Howard b her flrM husband
Clifford Perin and Frank L. Perin the
plaintiff is her uncle
Th petition declares that Miss Perin
was eighteen tears old October Z last,
and Is the onl hllrt and heir-at-law ot
Clifford Perin. and that Mm Mar C
Howard, the wife of George Clifford. Is
sued as guirdlan of the estate of Mls
Perin It Is also staled that the plaintiff
and Mrs Sallle P Harrison a w dow
are the brother and sister of the testa
tor who died Maj ?! 190i
Mr Perin savs that October 25 last
when Miss Perin bectme eighteen jesrs
old. he had In his hands as trustee of
the estate JiOO 136 the value of the e
tate. and JWOS130 Income, which had
accumulated upon the trust lnce the
Portland & Puget Sound Express
THREE CREAT TRAINS to take
you West this winter over a great
system on which, in the last ten
years, millions have been spent in im
provements alone, for your comfort.
Powerful engines, splendid equipment and
90-lb. steel rails, over a roadbed ballasted
with Dustless Sherman Gravel, guarded by
Automatic Electric Block Safety Signals.
Let it be Colorado, California or the
Pacific Northwest this winter. Get away
from the smoke-laden, humid, penetrat
ing atmosphere of the East. Go West
and fill your lungs with the pure air that
makes red blood.
These three trains leave Chicago daily
Direct Route to Panama Pacific Exposition, 1915
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul
Union Pacific Line
STANDARD ROAD OF THE WEST
a J. LINCOLN. C. A.
C. M. & St. P. Rjr.
818 Chestnut Street
MEXICAN FEDERAL TROOPS
DRIVEN ACROSS TEE E0RDER
INTO THE UNITED STATES
Mexican federal troops havev been
driven across the border Into the
United States, near Palomas, Mexico,
followIns; their defeat by rebels,-' ac
cording to State Department advices
Another federal force has been de
feated at the Nogales ranch by a rebel
band of eighty men. The federals who
were not killed or captured fled, while
the rebels took possession of tbe ranch
and all Its property. The town ot Clu-
dad Mala, with 4,000 Inhabitants, about
ninety miles east of San Luis Potosl.
has been captured by another rebel
MISS PUCKETT RELEASED.
Convinces Follee of Her Innocence
of Forgery Charge.
Miss Ellen Fuckett. forty-one years old,
a clerk in Center Market, residing at
the Penhurst Apartments. 48 H 8treet
Northwest, who was arrested on Sunday
on a charge ot forgery, was released
from custody yesterday, after she had
convinced the police of her innocence.
Miss Puckett was taken In custody on
a warrant charging the forgery ot the
name of Mrs. Eva Brown, of 134 North
Capital Street, to a check for Jlli which
was cashed at the store of A. L. Falk.
917 F Street Northwest.
Persons who saw the woman who cash
ed the check visited the First Precinct
station yesterday, and declared that Miss
Puckett was not the woman Miss Puck
ett was at once released. She had denied
the charge from the time of- her arrest
Ileeelver for Produce Firm.
Justice, Barnard esterday appointed
Attorney Conrad H Syme as receiver
for the Arm of Smith, Cunningham tc
Co . dealers In produce and meat, at SCO
Louisiana Avenue Northwest This ac
tion followed the filing of a petition In
involuntary bankruptcy by Michael D
Reldy, Charles W Batsch, and Bryce &
Whaley, creditors ,
The East Washington Democratic Club
will meet to-morrow night at 38 Second
Street Southeast to celebrate the victory
of Woodrow Wilson Plana will be dis
cussed for the formation of a marching
club to appear In the Inaugural parade.
Dynamite Kills One.
Fitchburg. Mass. Nov 11 Fred H
Bailey was blown to pieces and W. T
Melvln had a leg broken by an explosion
while heating dvnamlte over a fire at
Gen. Nelson A Miles farm at West
death of the testator He savs he was
advised bj his legal adviser that there
Is doubt respecting the proper legal In
trrpretation of the will There Is an
uncertaint) in his mind as to whether
the Income accumulated from the time of
the death of the testator until Miss
Perin became eighteen ears old should
be added to the corpus of the estate
or be paid to her subject to the con
dition, as to whether or not she is en
titled to all the income now In his pos
sesion or whether or not If she Is
under the laws of the District an In
fant and will remain such until she Is
twent-one It is his dut to pav the
sum over to her guardian Mrs Marv C
The will of Mr Perm dated January
1' VXS. leaves his entire estate to th
executors named therein to be held lr
trust for his daughter Margaret Mae
Perin during her life The executors
are directed to np to her all incomes
from this estate, the tlr't pavment to be
made when she Is eighteen jeirs old It
Is further provided In the will that
shojld Miss Perin dlo without isue.
tho estate Is to go to the legal heirs
of the testator Nelson Perin and Frank
L. Perin were named as executors
Miss Perin. attired in a riding habit,
appeared In court yesterdaj morning for
the purpose of having her mother. Mrs.
Howard, appointed guardian ad litem In
the proceedings She was accompanied
bj Mr Howard and Attorney J J Dar
lington The court appointed Mrs How
ard guardian ad litem
S. C. MELBOURNE, G. A.
Union Pacific Railroad Co.
841 Chestnut Street
THE NEW MEN'S WEAR SHOP
G Street Two Doors East of Eleventh.
Perries Gloves 1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 Pair
The New Men's Shop specialty because superlatively best
Gloves for men's wear. Here in medium and heavy weights,
in new tans and grays.
C1 nr. f" Adler's Walking I 1 CQ o- Glace and Suede Kid
al.UU -!.,.. i-..a n- ir,iinri. tpA.kJU Dress Gloves, white ami
Gauntlet Glove's also, at Jl to IS
THE PALAIS ROYAL
HOURS: 8 to 6.
to You in
C. A. Muddiman
616 12th Street N. W.
1204 G Street N. W.
We give votes la The Herald
Eoccnscr to Hansell nan rarer Co.
We cle Herald S25.OO0 contest votes.
E. V. RICE
anrl f . 1
143 BSt. S. E. Phone Lino. 179 H
g Ae (Ttvr Herald 25,000
g contra t otes.
909 Seventh Street
LONDOM PARIS HAMBURG
'mensa Njpt V W M Pre. Grant Der -
ll'atrlria Nor V fKaisn Dec a
IllamrairR aircet. ercona csrsn cnijr
tltiti-Cirlton a la Cane It-taurant
Madeira, Gibraltar, Algiers, Naples, Genoa
i. S. CJACINN iTI Dec , 10 A M
(17 000 tons )
S. S. IIAMDl'nO . Jan 11, 11 A. M.
(11.000 tons 1
S. S. CI'VCINATI (tiniENT
CRUISE!) Jan SS, 10 A. M.
S. S. HAMBUHG . . Feb 22. 10 A. M.
Will not call at Algiers
HAIIBCTIG-AMEIUCAN LINE, II BroaJwaT.
N Y . or E. F. Droop i. sons Co. Utb snd G SU
nw : Geo. W lloss. 511 lltn St.. Uaatilnstoo. D. U.
STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTER
For MOUNT VERNON
ROUND TRIP 50c TO GATE
Lrnvlnff Seventh Street Wharf at 10
. m. and 1:45 p. m. dally except San
ay. Cafe on steamer. A delightful onUnf
a tt htetoric and bcauttful I'otonuc
ATIANTIC CITY EES0RTS.
American and European plans. Special winter rates.
Gloves are found in all men's!
shops. The New Shop is Headquar
tersby virtue of the largest and
most coniprehenshe stock in Wash
ington. Experts here to fit the
Gloves at our risk and prove that
for every type of hand there is an ab
solutely perfect-fitting Glove.
grav. Fitted at our risk.
Bring back replies because each
order receives the same personal
attention, irrespective of size.
Ton will And our letters free
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical errors, 4c.
Ton can safely Intrust impor
tant form letters to us being as
sured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2,000 LETTERS. Sf 9
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
Dlstrfrt National Bank Building.
1406 G Street
aPboae Main 7500.
I WONDERFUL PI,T.
ha'nn ku thr rejarrertion plsnt IUr t
wtT and it tfiuH Ewnnc m twmt tur
attains full fix in twrnty four hour. Tikr t ou
of niff it curlav up md iw to alrrp. lne Uc
V O BOX . U V3H1NOTON I C
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
143 Eleventh St.N.E.
Washington School of Accountancy
Profesfciaca! etaeatiaa ia aoroaBtaacr, wwizz
lot StaU eerticaU e eertlncd pobUe accooctac.
aod for business a&ntsIsirarioB. Practical wora
especially adapted to men cmplored durtcc tat daj
t.pafi builetfa so rsqaest. Call cr addresa. Direc
tor of Education. I. 1L Q A., ia O dl. ,S. V,..
J31T NEW TfDRlC. AVUfZ
"WASHINGTON B BEST"
Booakfeptcs. Shorthand Trpewntlac and Ens )&
ar. tacxht in both our Daj and NUat 8cnooL
Oood posltloea are secured for graduates, call.
vrite or phone Main 4120 lor Cat
Dtj and nitt Co-MrttioctU Test2i ytMt epect
TrL M. 7
NOTICE TO GAS COXSIMERS-THK
gas pressure will be redured Tl'ES
DAY NOVEMBER 1". between the hnurj
orSara and 13 noon WASHINGTON
GAS LIGHT COMP.NT
MISS AftMVl CrNABAlCH
Fnercerlr bT and maiufer for Ju . carr1nte s
(.lore Derstrtmect haa opened a Glme Mosierr and
Necknear Der, with Bloesteln Cb Utb i P st. nw.
viav: sazNCE o? health atcuau
nansurxicsl CO-pase book tree Appij br mall I
Oolorado Bids. lectors toe women Wednesdays
at JJO p. nv 3tt-U
A GENUINE TREAT
MILLER'S will RijoT srldd.s cakes made
, ,, . . ot MILLLRS rVlfBaisirl
Sell-ralSing I Buckwheat You set better
, , . I buckwheat and MORE buck
ODCKWneat wheat Un ym order MILLLK -i
C3At your rrorers. No consumers supplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO..
Wboleaalera, lltb aad M Sta. S. C
BITKLER On Monday N"o ember ie.
191i at S.30 p m. at his residence.
ISM Ninth Street Northwest Z. S
HI CK1.ER. helpmeet of Susan J
Buckler, in his seventy-flfth jear
Interment in Baltimore Md Notice of
funeral hereafter (Baltimore papers
please cop) )
SKINNER On Sunday. No ember 1"
131H II 1J) p m , SARAH SKIV
NER. onl) sister of Prof A V
Skinner. V S N
Funeral Tuesdav, November P il !
p m at Calvary Baptist Church
Eighth and H Streets N rthne't.
Interment at Rock Creek Cemeterj
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
301 EAST CAPITOL ST
Establlshsd lES; CBAS. S. ZCKBORST Mr
J. WILLIAM I.EH. Fnoersl Directos
and EmbalBKT Liserr In eunnectton. Conuaodiovs
Chapel ssd Modern Crematorium, nod en sneaa,
ta IVnnailSBnla Arc nw. Telephone Mala lii
W. R. SPEARE.
IXNERAL DIRXCTOB A.ND EMBALMCX
940 F Street N. W.
WASUIVGTOS, D. a
Phones Main 1
FRANK A SPE.RE. Mnv.
Ot EOT Deacrlpticn-ModeratalJ JTksd.
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