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35c Hitck Towels,
100 dosen All Linen Hem
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Ladies' $1.10 Silk Hose,
This Is a sensational value In
Silk Hose. These are made with
a double lisle sole, high spliced
heel and double lisle garter top.
Colors, black and tan. Our reg
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Bargain Counters Main Aisle.
Maco Cotton Hose,
21c a Pair
5 pair for S1.0O.
Ladles' Maco Cotton Hose, split
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ter tops Very special at Sic.
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FOR IE SENATE
Eeports "Work Will Demand Quoi
. rum from' Practically the
Fmsi Business to be
' JUDGE ABCHBAID CASE
Six Tear Presidential Term Bill
Also on Calendar for Early
Important business that will demand
the presence of a quorum of the United
States Senate from the opening day of
the forthcoming short session up to the
holiday recess Is on the calendar.
As a rule very little real work la done
pilor to the annual adjournment of both
branches of CongTcss for the Christmas
This year the impeachment proceedings
against Judge Robert W. Archbald. of
the Court of Commerce, comes up at the
second day of the session, and will be
the leading subject for consideration at
it. 30 p. m. Tuesday, December 3, when
the Senate will reconvene as a court of
It Is understood that the managers on
the part of the House, headed by Judge
Clayton of Alabama, will submit a fur
ther replication to the answer filed by
Judge Archbald during the doting days
of the last session. Senator Bacon, who
was designated as president pro tempore
to hold over during the sammer recess,
will preside at the trial, according to the
official record thus far made.
As presiding officer of the Senate until
the 1Mb, of December, Senator Bacon has
signed the. subpoenas for the witnesses,
and unless the Senate decides to the con
trary he will act In the capacity of the
3Iany WItnenaes Summoned,
More than 100 witnesses are on the list
to give In their evidence for or against
Judge Archbald. who Is charged with
having used his Judicial position for his
own personal profit and gain.
To this charge Judge Archbald enters
emphatic denial and will make a hard
tight to secure an acquittal from the
highest tribunal of the country Two
thirds of the Senators voting must find
him guilty In order to conIct Judge
Archbald of the crimes and mlsdemean
ors charged against him
Opinions differ as to the length of the
Impeachment trial. Senator Bacon will
not express an opinion although he H
frank to admit that It will require several
sessions to examine the witnesses
Attorney A C Worthlngton, leading
counsel for Judge Archbald, who made a
successful effort to have the case put
over from last August until this lime,
against the strong protest of Chairman
Clayton, of the House managers, aavs he
win be full prepared to go forward
v hen the case Is called, although he does
not think It will be possible to conclude
the testimony during the month of De
cember. Six-Year Presldentll Trnn.
Another ery Important matter on the
Senate calendar as unfinished business
Is Senate Joint resolution No 38 propos
ing an amendment to the Constitution,
limiting the Presidential term to six
j ears and making the Incumbent ineli
gible for a second term
This resolution provoked a lively dis
cussion during the closing hours of the
Senator He burn "talked against time,"
and some of his friends think his effort
In opposition to the resolution hastened
Increased interest in the Joint resolu
tion is manifest In benatorial circles since
President Taft has come out for the one
term idea, and William Jennings Br) an,
who wrote a one-term plank In the Balti
more platform loses no opportunity to
emphasize his views on the proposition
In this connection, it Is strongly Inti
mated that Speaker Clark and Represen
tative Underwood, both of whom may
again be Presidential candidates, will
support the six- ear term, and there is a
probability that it may pass
Senator Cummins, who reported the
resolution from the Judiciary Committee.
will Insist on an early ote in the Senate.
A Prohibition BUI.
A special order for Tuesdav, Decem
ber 17, Is the Ken on-Sheppard bill to
prohibit the shipment of Intoxicating
liquors through Interstate shipments In
to prohibition or "dry" territory,
A poll of the Senate at the last ses
sion showed that the bill stood better
than an een chance to pass, but
like gauge made In the House developed
that It stood no show of getting through
that bod. Speaker Clark was charged
by the temperance people with oppos
Senator Page of Vermont, by dint of
several weeks work during the dog
days of last summer, finally succeeded
In making his agricultural educational
bill made a part of the "unfinished
business " It was really entitled to go
to a vote once or twice, but by some
sort of legislative legerdemain It did
not get to a roll call.
Senator Robert L. Owen of Oklohoma,
win again press his department
health bill and Is armed with a heavy
assortment of Indorsements for this in
The civil service retirement bill ol
Senator Cummins will hardly find its
way to the front during the short ses
sion, although there are some Demo
cratic Senators who are frank to say
that It is a question they will have to
meet and settle during the next regular
With the Impeachment trial: and
calandar loaded with public and private
bills reported out from committees, there
will be a session of great activity In
trying to clear the decks for the new
William and Birth Ten, tfrL
lkisroe tad Catherine Rcprert. clrL
Charlea and LilUe Mills, tor.
ConstanUne and Yansela Leonard, fid.
William and Maori Hickcr. drL
Cljde H. and Edna G. Harp, gut.
Charles U. and Lottie Daria. tut.
Contantlna and Angela Canefopulos, boy
William A. and Alien Bona. tlrL
Arttmr and Nannie O. Dick, tor
Mercelma a. and Eatella G BeUSeld, prL
Charles 3. and Lillian Boone, bar
Ain ctllil Trtitr, Silt Utts, rrarttit, Hnt-Cnit,
ECZEMA CAN BE CURED Tfl STIV.
inA when 1 aar cared. 1 mean ftnt ht I ..
O-U-B-E-D. and not merely ratehed sp tor awhue.
to return -won than brier. Remember I make tma
broad statement after putttar tea rean of my that
od this on disease and feanduna la tb nveastane a
Quarter ox a million caact ot tals dreadful disease.
Nov. I do not ran what all 70a htra im nor how
manr donors nan tskt yoa tiat 70a mold not be
I air it mat a enanea to aha wn rh.f 1
knowvhat Iain iatatni about. Ifjroa win wrtu
ma TO-DAY I wfflscndTou a.PREE TRIAl,
CI mr mod. tootnl&tY snaruteed enra that vUTcop-
ttnoa 700 more in a aar than 1 or aar on elat
In a maoth'a time. If 70a are dlajrested and dls
tuuiated. 1 Otn 700,10 dta me a chain, to prora
mr cUtaa. Br vritinz ma fo-dar Too trill rajor
mora real comfort than 70a had m thourtt thli
wotid holds for nu. Jest try It and 70a wJ ar I
am telltai joa the troth.
Dr. J. E. Cnsiiij, 172 irt Ssnri, UHWi, is.
Reference: Third National Bank. Sedalla. ilo.
Could yoa da a hatter act Uaav4e and Sis BoUc t
some poor mSerar of Ecxemaf
Young Democrats Club Meets and
Plans for Inauguration
W. MoK Clayton Proposes that Or-
ganization Work Should
A meeting was held last night of the
members of the Young Democrats Club
at Old Masonic Hall, and plans formed
to participate In the Inauguration cere
monies of Wilson and Marshall. J. Fred
Kelley, preJldent, and W. McK. Clayton,
was secretary. The "Young Demo
crats" are getting along in years now,
for the club was organised back In the
Cleveland and Hendricks days, but the
boys" are atlll full of Democratic ar
dor and propose to make a good showing
at the coming Inaurural.
It Is the Intention to march In the
Inaugural procession and preliminary
plans were discussed last night with
reference to appearing In a body with
suitable emblems and paraphernalia to
make their presence known on PennsjI
vanla Avenue on that proud day.
Committees were appointed and steps
taken to get the "Old Guard" together
and to Interest all the surviving mem
bers of the club In tho project.
Establishment of permanent national
headauartcrs at Washington for the
Democratic party was advocated.
"That most vuluable party asset of
earlier years nard and precinct organi
zation has become well-nigh obsolete.
Club organisation has been relegated to
the political scrap pile," said Mr. Clay
ton. "Since liX the Democratic party. Inso
far aa organization la concerned, has been
but a more or less enthusiastic mob. mov
ing without formation, of wide-awake
Should Start rvorr.
No great political party in this coun
try, embracing millions of voters, can
prepsre and present its esse for the elec
torate of the nation In the bustle and
rustle of a ninety-day crusade.
No one known this better than Chair-
man McCombs and his able assistants In
the last campaign, whose splendid con
structive and administrative work for the
party under the handicap of the existing
methods la not fully realized ana appre
ciated by those who now share the fruits
of their labors.
"Duplicate Samuel J Tilden's wonder
ful political organization work in the
'TO's for tho State of New York In etery
State of the Union Four years are none
too many for use In this great work of
preparation for 1916. Every hour tolls
opportunity, every month spells Its pass
ago on the dlaL"
Mr Clayton pointed out also the ad
vantages that would accrue to Washing
ton from the establishment of national
headquarters here by the Democrats. He
said he believed the other parties would
follow the example set by the Demo
crat. He has been In communication wltl
Chairman McCombg, and thinks Mr Mc
Combs Is favorably Impressed with the
plans as outlined The same mattT was
taken up at Mr. Clayton's lnltlattvo four
ears ago, but after some agitation was
BAND CONCERT TO-DAY.
Br the U B Soldier Home Find Or
rhntn. John S M Zlmmennuio, director,
in Stinlry BUI. tt 3 JO p m
Mircli, Cot Telit .. Zimmermen
OwrtuT. "EaymoDd" Thomu
RomJLTcr. "A Talo of Two Ilctrti".. Roberts
Selection. ' 11 TroTitore" . Vrnli
Characteristic dance, "la the Shadow"
EicrrpU from "Th Rose Maid '
R6 edditr, Geortfa Raff" (request)
.. . .Gamble
Ftaale, "Winning Klcht ... . Holrmann
D. 8. Past, ot AartCQltcre. Weather Boreas.
Vahinon. D. O. Jfoe O. mj- p. in.
Fair weather and moderately hlzb temperature will
continue Wednesday and Thuredar cut of the
Rocky fountain, except in the extreme Nortnweat.
where cnowa or ralna are probable Wednesday nlfht
or Thursday, with fallloc temperature. There will
b more ralna In the PanAc Statea. Nevada, and
Idaho, and they will extend Into Ctah, and prob
ably esters Colorado Wednesday nlfct or Thurs
Midnlzht, X: 2 a m . 3, 4 a. m.. a. S a. m ,
3, a. m., 32, W a. m. It, 12 coon SO: 2 p m.,
67. i p. m . (1; t'p. m., K, ( p. m., SO; 10 p. el, 49.
Highest. 1, lowest, 3.
Relatlrs humldity-i a. m., M, 2 p. m.. 49, 1
n. m. 44
Rainfall (S p. m. to 8 TV m ) 0 00 Hours ot
sunshine. K.8. Per cent of possible sunshine, 87
Temperature same date last year Hlchesi, S3;
Temperntnrea In Other Cities.
Temperatures In other cities, tocetber with tha
amount of rainfall for the twenty-four hours ended
at B p. m. yesterday, are as follows:
Max. Mia. 8 p. m. fall.
Asherillc, N. C 68 3 4J
Atlanta, l.s C6 44 (0
Atlaatle City, N. J 66 31 82
Bismarck, h Das 90 a 44
Barton, Mass 4a SS 42
Buffalo. N. Y ....... S 34
Chicago. tU 60 40 M
Cincinnati. Ohio.- 64 38 68
Cheyenne, Wyo. 68 33 48
Davenport. Iowa. 62 38 Si .
Danrer. Colo t2 32 S3 ....
Dei Motor. Iowa, C 64
Duluth. Minn 64 31 41
Galveston. Tex. 2 64 (3
Helena. Mont 68 42 48
Indianapolis. IdS 60 40 to
Jacksonville. Fla. 70 44 63
hansaa Caty. Mo 64 42 60
Little Bock, Ark 70 40 60
Um Angelea, CaL .. 72 68 M
Mamuetle, Mich. SI 38 4
Memphis, Tenn. 68 46 62 ....
New Orleans, La 68 S 60
New York. N Y. 50 39 48
horth Platte, Nebr 68 22 69
Omiha. hebr. H 34 M
Philadelphia, Ta. 54 32 48
Pittsburg, Pa. 56 St 62
Portland. Me 38 22 38
Portland, Orrc 52 SO 60 0.3
Bait Lake City, Utah, 60 M M
St. Louis, Mo. 68 46 64
St. Paul, Minn 60 X 50
San Francisco. Cal 68 54 K 0.11
gnrlneseld. tlL 69 40 U
Tacoma, With. 62 .. aj ,b
Tampa, Fla. 74 62 fs
Toledo. Ohio 68 Si 52
VlcksbulT. Mist a 42 62
To-day-High, tide, 431 a. m. and 438 p. bur low
tide. 10 44 a. m and 11:3 p. m.
To-morrow-High tide, SCT a. m. tad 520 n. m.:
low tide. UJJ a. m, '
Bryan T. Haalay, SO rears. 128 E St aw.
Alethe L Craig. U. 1388 K. H. Ave.
lames L Barrtck. T, 324 Mass. Are. a.
Zacharlah 8. Buckler. 1839 Sth Bt, n.
Philip N. Hear, IT, Oorcetown falTenlw Hospt.
Balratora Zanjaa, 1 rsooth, 23S WUlow Tree Alley"
Ccorge M. Kindatather, hours, 131 Tboaui 8U nw
rraaees Thomtoa. 68 years. US -Wromha Am a
Hattle E. Hathaway, 53. reedava!a HoJoi
Emm D. Lewta, 61. BE9 Yt. Are. mr.
Uary Durae, 60. vttedaea'k HearttaL "
lamei B. Lynch, 1 month, 30 I Btsa
Mn. Alice S. Wells Talks in. Unita
rian Church ,pn Heed of
ATTEND TEE MEETING
It Is Held Under Auspices of the
Committee for Social
Commenting; In laudable terms on the
work performed by the police officer and
maintaining; that the police department
should stand side by side with tho best
occupation or profession, Mrs. Alice
Stebblns Wells, of Los Angeles, Cal.,
made an address last night on "The
Need of the Policewoman and Her
Work." at the Unitarian Church, under
the auspices of the committee for social
betterment, of which organization Mrs.
Henry F- Blount Is the president. Rev.
Dr. V. G B Peiree. pastor of the
church. Introduced Commissioner Ru
dolph aa the chairman ot the evening,
who presented tho speaker
The police department, according to
Mrs. Wells, who la the first policewoman
in the United States. Is the least under
stood department In the public service,
but by no means the most unimportant
"In fact wo could not get along with
out It." she said "Very few people
know how many hours and how many
da)s tho policemen work and very few
know how much pay they receive. Little
thought Is given them, and yet they
protect us by day and by night. They
are without companionship. If they are
not socially ostracised, they are socially
neglected. Who Invites them to a social
function They are constantly associated
with criminals and their lot Is by no
means an easy one. I bellee that the
work of the policeman should rank side
by side with any of the greatest pro
fessions today "
In speaking of how woman Is Invading
man's sphere, Mrs. Wells ia!d "You
men took our work from us. Originally
women cooked jour bread, wove our
rloth, and made our soap. There are
hundreds of thousands of women In fac
tories to-day who are there, not because
they want to be there, but because they
hae to be there. You men are to
Necessity of Them,
The necessity of women police officers
was explained as follows by Mrs Wells
"Women hesitate to go to a male' police
officer for -Information This Is easily
understood, and, as a result. It behooves
etery municipality to proldo women of
ficials who can render help In many
was where man would bo almost en
"The policewoman's work Is largcb
pretentlve. Her special province la to
make complete the work done b man.
by supplying what man's work lacks.
That ought to he true In every activity
where women are concerned I believe
no woman has a right to supplant a
man, and there Is no demand for women
In strictly man's work, but woman's
place U to do that In connection with
man'a work which Is peculiarly her
The mental picturp one would natur
ally conjure up In thinking of a woman
minion of the law is tr different from
Mrs Wells' apptarance She Is rather
small, though not rllght. and one who
heard her talk In a low, sweet tone
would be apt to hazard a guess that she
was a college professor or a litterateur
Woman s suffrage has been a great suc
cess In California Mrs. Wells thinks
A'though previous to its Introduction
there were many who were bitterly op
posed to It; at present all unite In
ciaring that so far its introduction ha
had a beneficial effect
Ushers for last night's lecture were the
following students from the Washington
College of Law Miss Hope K Thomp
son, Miss Martha M Krumke. Miss Adele
M Stewart Miss Marj L, Kiddoo. Miss
Sue M. Lac), Miss Antoinette Aery.
Miss Susan M Sljc, Miss Margaret Ste
committee for social betterment
for tho District l as follows.
Cuno H Rudolph. Rev. Ulvses G B
Pierce, Judge Wendell P. Stafford. E H
Droop. Bishop and Mrs. Earl Cranstdn.
Mgr William T Russell. RabDI Abram
bimon. Rev Randolph IT McKlm. Rev '
Wallace Radcllffe, Xr nnd Mrs. Ilarvcj
W Wiley, Hon and Mrs Henry B F
Macfarland, Rev John Van Schalck, Jr ,
Hon Charles P Neill. Mr John Joy Ed
son, Miss Flora 'Wilson, Mrs Miranda B
Tulloch, Rev. Samuel II. Woodrow, Miss
Janet E Richards. Mr. Michael I, Wei
lor. Justice htanton Peelle, Col. and Mrs
Henry F Blout. Judge William H. De
Lacy Rev Henry Noble Couden, Judge
William Mock, Mr. William F dude.
Rabbi Louis Stern, Mrs. Ernest P. Blck
r.ell, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Ramsey,
Mr and Mrs William Ttndall. Dr and
Mrs. Lyman B Swormstedt. and Miss
Nettle L. White.
ANNUAL SHOW ABANDONED.
ii d Suitable Hall.
Officers of the Washington National
Poultry and Pigeon Association hav
elded to abandon their annual show this
winter because there Is no suitable hall
for the purpose here.
The success of the past poultry shows
has been such that fanciers all over the
country appreciate the merit of a win
at Washington to such an extent that
entries have entirely outgrown the ca
pacity of any suitably located hall the
city of conventions can produce.
Bobert A Joaacher, H, and Mary O. Walla, It
LesU D Watli. Ml and E43a A. Kellofi. SI.
Iter E. Has Swcm.
William H. Holt. 26, ef It Sljer. V-a.. and Ada
M. v ilUard. ffi. Iter Dooald C MacLeod.
Brj-sn 8. natter, a. and Cricsta E. YVhltacrc. M.
ItT Clifloa 8 Kolera
Hrrbtrt A Uroer. r. and EUiabtth Miller, a),
botli of Staunton. a. Bar G W Van Fossto.
Jolin H. Backer. 3. and Oddell V. Hancuck, S.
both of Ljnchbnnr. Va Iter John C Ball.
Ohriatopher F HanewinckeU S. and Florrie Bol
ton. 3, both of Bichmood. a. Iter. J. F. Wencbel.
Frederick P N'oetxel. S. and Katharine M. C
Young. H both of Baltimore. Mi. Ber. John
Daniel Le!rD. Morrla. & and Elsie Barbara Emit.
H. Ber. 8 H. Woodrow.
John J. Whallton. JT, and Marnrat tf Carroll, S.
Ber James V. Mackln ,..
Edward W. Irnin. J. " uu aoixa. a., ana
Nora C. Wltherlte. M, of Ljnchburt Va. Her.
John B. Andrew
John a MoConrtUe. 3. and Leer v,an Horn, U.
Ber Joseph H Casskhr
CldnVIse N. Ford, a. and Jtjru. Child, r. Bar.
John a Ball. .
Edward u rrowler, na " ia s-owsjj, -.
Ber. Frank X. Bischoff.
Alexander H. Kohl, of Baltimore, Ml. and
Births A. Wurdeman. S- Her. Wallace Baddlffe.
W. O Johnson. 35. and HeUle B. Henry, JOl
H. Coleman, S, and Daisy Pickling, at,
K. B. BIcks. tf. and Bets A. Parker. X ..
C. V. Smith. IS. and CathriQO Bobinson. .
W. H. Brock. S. and Ophelia X. Hard, It.
Condition of 'the River.
R.' sw.ii. W. Va.. Nor.. ll.Pntcsnaa ami
tjhenasdoah RIten both dear.
Unequaled Values Offered in
OUR GREAT SALE OF
This sale presents an extraordinary
opportunity to purchase Genuine Orien
tal Rugs of strictly reliable quality at a
The assortment includes desirable
Oriental weaves in a great variety of rich
colorings. Large and small sizes are in
cluded. Prices range from $9.00 upward
1412-14 H Street
DEAD PRINCIPAL HONORED.
Memorial hervlce for Late Isaac
Falrbrotber Held at Chnrch.
A memorial service for Isaac Fair
brother, late supervising principal of the
Eighth Division schools of South Wash
ington, waa held at the Church of Our
Father last night, and largely attended
bj leading officials, public school-teachers,
S E. Kramr. representing the super
vising principals. In a brief address, told
of Mr. Falrbrothrr's love for the people
with whom he worked During the forty
eara of service In South Washington h
persistently lived In that section, where
ho could know through personal touch
their wants and needs, Mr Kramer said
Miss Annie Van Horn represented the
teachers of the old "Island" schools, and
likened the dlvlsun under Mr Fair
brother to "one big happy famlb "
Othir addresses were made by Itev
Arthur W Spooner Hon Chapln Brown.
A T Stuart, and Dr William M David
son superintendent of schools.
Musical numbers were rendered by
Misses Florence M. Noack and Margue
rite Depue. Charles D Church, II P I
Hoover, and a quartet from the Federal
Lodge. F A. A M . composed of A I,.
Simpson, Charles Moore, R P Backing. ,
and J S M Hicks
On the Stomach
stnart'i Dyspepsia Tablets Remove
It and All Other Forms of In- ,
digestion Quickly. i
That awful feeling as though there were
a heavy weight on your stomach as
though you had swallowed an enormous
lump of lead Is caused by the failure
of your stomach to thoroughly digest your
'" Tou may have eaten too fast or
too mucn your siomajn may oe over-
-worked and tired out. It Is too weak to
Produce enough of the digestive Juices
necessary to take proper care of tho food. .
Gases form and cause all sorts of agony.
I The stomach demands more pepsin, hy-
drochlorlo acid and other digestive agents
which it la unable to secrete.
Medicines are not only worthless in
cases of this kind but are actually In
jurious to the whole system. It Is sheer
lunacy to pour a lot of vile stuff Into
the stomach-drugs that have no digestive
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain In
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Don't ABANDON a good
sown Just because you have
worn It a good ,deal. Dyed
in ono of the new shades,
you can mako a new dresa
of It at a trivial cost.
2132 Pa. Ave.
Prompt call and Delivery Service.
tHOHE W. 1343
We Gin Votes to The BenU'i ISg Ooctest,
J. S LOANE I
j SUIT CASES,
Parisian Ivory and the new
Coronation Ware fittings for
Bags and Suit Cases, are the
correct thing this season. In
spect our lines and note our
prices, before deciding for
personal or gift ue
Your own Suit Case or Bag
fitted special to hold your
own fittings at small expense.
Parisian Ivory Fitted
I TOILET CASES-,
Handsomely fitted Toilet
Cases, with Ivory and ebony
fittings, containing everv es
sential article for the trav
eler, are In popular favor. We
have a most extensive line
from S2-.0 to SlIVO.
And a beautiful line de luxe
In all the new leathers, from
J10 to 13'.
1219 F Street 1
if -otrn In The Herald
BELLE OF NELSON
$1.50 Full Quart
909 Seventh Street
B34 Oth St. X. W.
1203 U St. X. E.
We give Herald (35,000 contest rates.
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I COSHER SAJ1DH3TS. j ,
B "''"' banking home &
B I I located at the V
B v-' corner of Flf- f
B tcenth and II Streets Is &
B as complete as any
B banking quarters can 3
B be The comfort and F,
j convenience of our cus- f-
R tomers have been stud- k
fc led to the smallest de- I
H tall and we have also r
W provided a handsomely p
B furnished rest room for
R the exclusive use of our t.
H women customers, 3 h
m per cent paid on sav- &
1 UNION TRUST Co. 1
I CAPITAL & SURPLUS il
Phone: Main 4909
Gymnastics and Play
At the Y. M. C. A.
HELP THE CITY
Health! Health!. Health!!!
It's the word In everybodv's mouth
and ever body wants the answer
We are pioneers and specialists tr
body-bulldlng and health-building O' r
acuities are niot romplete ph., i. ia a
to advise, experta to direct, gymnasi
ums baths, swimming poo a
IsUtlAE' 1IB find Joy. recreation
and phjslcal stamina In our exercise
and plaj Special attention given
(I.EIIKS whore dally occupation
jnak hange from monotony by vig
orous exert ise and healthful sports lm
perative are coming to us In la'get
numbers each vear
Full schedule of 11 o clock. 5 o'clock,
and s o clock graded classes now In ef
fect Apply for particulars by call or card
Y. M. C. A.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
143 Eleventh St.N.E.
Washington School of Accountancy
I'rcfcvktocal education Ib ccctmtiDcr ptrrirtta
for Stits cn-tLSata ot Cfrti3j pcblle tcrouatam
iikS for tx.aUD?M 4tclniuacion. Ilvticml work
cIcil j adartwi to mm cinplojwtj di.rin tit day.
M-ptS bu.Ietla oo requMC. Gall or address. Dlrte
tur of EdcaHion. 3T. M. C, A.. W G St. N. W .
Co-cdocaUotal. Tenth rear optrs
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THl. CUUlXlKvN (.ALLUtV OF AllT VML1
r closed tn tlw nih lo from ! VTl ROA IA l
JN, Not,mtr 3 1'i onUl TtlvUVV MOISN
INI. Ifnilr 1" 191i fnr tlw ajullalim of t i
FOUIIT1I FMlIBlTUiS ' rnVTMIIOItlt
VMLIill N OIL I'AINTIM.S 1 It Mrt.riKL.
DiTctor nrtS) n Ji3
VIAV1 SCIENCE OP HEV.LTH SaTCBAU
Bocscrrlcsl iO-i book free. Apply br mail. Ill
Colorado Bldf. t lectors tor women Wadaaadars
at 2 JO p. m. Ut-U
A GENUINE TREAT
UIIICD'C T Ew memb-r of tli. famit;
. . MILLEK- rt(lUlslca
Seil-raiSing Hoetwhnt You ret better
, . , bnrk.hfat and 1IOUB buck-
DUCXWneSI lit liea tou order MIU.LK S
CT-At jour trocrrs. t cooaumrra supplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO..
Wholesalers, 11th nad 31 Slav. S. n.
ALEXANDER On Tuesday cvcnlnp;.
November 13. 1911, at S 15, at Qeorvre
Washington Hospital, after two days'
Illness. ELIZA HESTER ALEXAN
DER, seventy-six years of age
Notice of funeral services In evcnlns
BL'CKLER On Monday. November 1,
191!. at 8.J0 p. m . at his reslden e.
1S33 Ninth Street Northwest. 7. S
Buckler, beloved husband of ,suin
J. Buckler, In the seventy-fifth v.-ir
of his aire
Funeral services at Hamllne Methodm
Church, corner Ninth and 1 streets
Northwest, Thursday, November 21,
at 10 30 a. m Interment i Oreen
mount Cemetery, Baltimor, vd
(Baltimore papers please p )
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
XI EAST OAT1TOL ST
EsUbUsard 1S&T. CHAS. S. ZCRIIORST Mr.
J. W1LI.IA3I LEE, Funeral Dlreeto
and Embabaer. LlTerr In eenneettoe. Comtaodos
Chapel and Modern Cremator". Mcdest price,
ja Passajlasala Jin. nw. Telephone Mala UA
W. R. SPEARE.
nrjCBJAL OIBCCTOB 1ND KlIBAtvin.
940 F Street N. W.
tri.HisnTOX. D. a
Phones Main St
FRANK A. SPEARE. Mviv'v.
Ot Ertrj DaaciipUon-StolaalaU Priced, .
Ftmeral Dtstes. flasaril Otaiiaaa
Jtf- ici v.'.'te-sr..
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