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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. WEDNESDAY. NOVoEMBER 20. 1912.
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XII of Onr Switches Are Casters
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Onr On Factory.
BRAIDS MABE IP FROM COMBINSS
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Face aod Scalp Specialists.
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WASHINGTON BUnON CO.
Phone Main 1031.
912 Haw York Ave. N. W.
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Service and comfort oat of a 8
pair of shoes that we have aoled
and heeled by our efficient and
SHOE MFG. & REPAIR CO., Inc.
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$1.25, $1.50, and -f ff
$2.50 Razors... l-UU
The very flneat grades razors
that have a keen edge and keep It.
Sacrificed to make room for new
1208 Wisconsin Ave. H.W.
Phone W. 87.
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Table Luxuries. Elgin Butter.
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526 H Street N. E.
Washington's latest and most up-to-date
Sample Shoe Store has re
cently opened with the most com
plete stock of sample shoes ever on
the market 'Twill pay you to call.
He alve Herald 103,000 contest votes.
The Choicest the Market
Affords Can Always
Be Found at
4th and H Streets N. E.
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Gowns at Special Summer Rales.
613 12th St. N. W.
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No Storage Charges for
Reasonable rates on atoraa-e. aanltns,
and packing. Estimate furnished. Ex
UNION STORAGE CO..
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409 Third St. N. W.
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MEBCURY. It li mltL Fifty yttn anoceM Is
back of HEALYS RHEUMATIC REMEDY. .Tost
try it. It Is tnw remedy 50c per bottia.
HEALY'S PHARMACY, JO&r?
THIRD ST. AND MASS. AVE. H. VV.
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IF IT'S ELECTRICAL, WE HAVE IT
Phone M. 32(4.
CEO. W. PAREZO,
SOS H St. N. W.
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Means natural flavor and highest nu
HOMEMADE BREAD AJfD PIES.
2106 Pa. Ave. W. 25
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"G. and M" Capsules
The surest remedy for COLDS and
GRIPPE. Will break a cold in a day.
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BESOT W.SMITH. 22d & Pa. Art. H. W.
ITS Glr Veto In Tie Herald's J3,oot Contest,
Tdpics of Interest
Inherent -TJeicaqyt Should Be "Suf-"
"ficient to "TaVoo-'Thein.
w By FRANCES SHAFFER. v
? Philadelphia matrons and a few others
fti cities where there seems to be a i
rival of old-time "principles are coming
out In the open" upon- tffe question-of
"animal dances." J
Philadelphia' takes Its social life.. quite,
seriously, and its leading llehlrnt.the
world of society hae considerable Influ
ence vhen they try to make It felt. But
Just now they seem to be having a stren
uous bort of time In the effort to Im
press the young folk under their wins
with the stern dictum that those bane
ful dances with Impossible names shall
be known no more In their midst, and
that If they cannot dance In the good
old way they nted not danco at all
Philadelphia's social leaders are a bit
despotic In their vay. and though the
younger matrons look ery tolerantly
upon the terpslchorean gyrations that
have their beginnings In strange places.
It Is the settled matrons who are likely
to prevail In the end
And with visions of "The Jelly Roll,"
"The Horse Trot." "The Chfcken Flip."
"The Bunny Hug," and a few other wild
dances In mind, one Is very much In
clined to hope that the wave of reform
may sweep those crazy novelties back to
their original homes.
"Animal Dsncei" Excluded.
In sending out Invitations to a cotillion,
a prominent bachelors' clubs In Balti
more Included a neat little circular briefly
announcing that no "animal dances"
would bo tolerated
Wherever there Is a club with a con
science above the "rolls," the "trots,"
the "flips," and all the other dancing
monstrosities, placards, and nnwrltten
rules are making It known that the line
Is drawn at he new abominations In
the little private affairs, chaperoned by
careful ones, there Is a determined de
mand that "animal danies" shall not be
allowed And out In Cleveland tome
clergymen have banded together and
pronounced all dancing demoralizing
Meanwhile some folk are asking what s
They call to mind the fact that It
was not so very many years ago that
moralists of the older school denounced
the waltz as an Instrument of the pow
ers of evil to lead oung folk straight
to destruction. And now, they Bay, the
waltz Is turned to by later day re
formers to redeem the name and the
fame of dancing and to save the modern
youths and maidens from demoraliza
tion' And so the "Turkey Trot" and
the other barnyard movements may safe
ly be left to take care of themselves.
Bnt their very names condemn them
Tiro Thing, that Jfe-ver Fit In.
The very nicest thing In the world
to believe In our young folk of to
day, to be ablo to trust to Impulses
that are true and firm, and to think
them ulwavs right because we want
them to be
But there are two things that never
t In with our notions of youth, that
gives promise of beautiful growth later
on One is the dance that Is something
moro than Just hovdenlsh, the dance
described as "abominable " "coarse,"
'degrading" but why enumerate all the
counts against It" It Is plainly horrid
and that Is quite enough The other
Is the song whos music and words sug
gest everything but delicacy and refine
ment, because music and the manner of
Interpreting It can be Just as offensive
as the words themselves
It may be a bit old-fashioned and a
bit too severe, but some of the songs
that occasionally creep Into the same
smart places where the new dances find
favor are no whit le!s offensive than
the "trots" and all their next-of-kin
Easy to GroTr Critical.
It Is easy to grow critical and Intol
erant of the new, to forget that stand
ards change and that things condemned
yesterday are approved to-day But as
far as these dances and songs are con
cerned, their source Is rather revealing.
They started an a down and have been
picked up by folk whom one would ex
pect to have more discriminating tastes.
And If the inherent delicacy in tne
joung is not sufficiently strong that
they mark them all over, "taboo," then
It Is well for the matrons to rise up In
arms and autocratically call a halt
It Is stated that the Juice of the fresh
pineapple has been successfully used In
quinsy When the abcess has formed
and the overlying tissues have become
damaged, the Juice readily digests them.
opens the abcess without pain, obviates
the use of a surgeon's knife and shortens
by several hours or days the period of
misery often endured by the timid per
son who Is afraid of a surgical opera
In cases where a boll has come to
head and the patient Is afraid of the
knife the application of fresh pineapple
pulp will cause the tissues to dissolve
and give relief In a short time.
Small Onions Pickled.
The outer covering of the onions Is re
moved, and then they should be packed
Into dean, dry glass bottles and covered
with cold vinegar, adding the usual pick
ling spices, whole
The bottles should be filled brimming
full, and then be sealed down. Onions
pickled this way are very firm and have
a fine flavor, but It Is said they do not
keeD as well as the boiled pickles. They
will keep during the winter, anyway. It
might be well, however, to use them up
Potatoes a la Parisienne.
Pare, and cut Into small balls with
your potato gouge. BoU In hot salted
water until tender; drain and drop Into
a saucepan containing a cup of drawn
butter seasoned1 with pepper and parsely.
Stew three minutes.
Plain layer Cake.
One cup sugar, 1 of sweet milk. 1 table
spoon butter, 2 cups flour, 2 teaspoons
baking powder, 1 teaspoon com starch,
salt. Sift last ( Ingredients 4 times.
Chocolate frosting Is nice.
Line a pie plate with paste, fill tt
heaping fall with tart apples, sliced very
thin. Sweeten and spice to taste, mix
ing well with the apples. Bake with top
crust one hour and half In a slow oven.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and CMdren.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
to Every Woman
NEWEST SE3ET IDEA.
This skirt Is made with three1 piece
upper part and Is an excellent design
for costume development. It represents
one of the newest skirt Ideas and is
very simple to carry out Any of the
popular costume or suiting fabrics may
be employed In following the design.
The pattern. No 6015, Is cut in sizes
22 to 30 Inches waist measure. Medium
size requires 3 1-4 jards of 36-Inch ma
The above pattern can be obtained by
sending- 10 cents to the Pattern Depart
went of The Washington Herald.
THREE BRIDGE BAGS
VERY EASILY MADE
One of Them Balloon Shaped and
Made of Beads.
Three stunning bridge bags which may
bo duplicated at home If the worker
chooses to expend the money for the
right sort of frames have Just been
One of them Is a balloon-shaped affair
made entirely of beads In brocaded ef
fect and done In shades of mauve and
dull green on black, finely latticed with
The foundation Is of embroidery can
vas, stamped first with the floral design
which Is then worked In with the mauve
and green beads and finally filled in with
the black background and the silver lat
Down the center and at the corners
space Is left for a broad stripe and for
triangles of gold beads apparently mount
ed on silver, while across the bottom of
the receptacle goes a four-Inch fringe
composed of sliver, gold, and Jet beads
of Infinitesimal size. The cordellere of
dull gold swings from a ponderous
frame of chased gold headed by a fret
work of the same metal set with a huge
opal flanked by three small cabochons
In cut Jet.
Made of Tanpe Bfolre.
The second bridge bag is really very
easily made by the home needleworker.
for It Is merely a wide oblong of taupe
moire embroidered at the rounded ends
and straight up the center with an oak
leaf design In dull silver metallic thread
and across the bottom with a bold de
sign done In gray silk cordage floss. Its
top is fulled at the corners and attached
plainly along the sides Into a frame of
dull silver and It swings from the wrist
by a cordellere of twisted gray and sti
The finest of steel beads form double
lines of latticing over the black velvet
surface of a third bridge bag which
promises to be the most satisfactory of
all three receptacles since It can be car
ried with a costume of any color
This bag, cut square across the top and
set Into a frame of silver, widens very
gradually as It slopes downward and
across the lower edge Is slightly curved,
but by no means scalloped or half-circled.
That this bag may present a finished
appearance at the seams, the edges of
both the sides should be Joined over a
cording of steel beads basted in between
the two turnovers
And to give It a chlo look, the black
silk cordage cordellere should be Inter
woven with several strings of tiny steel
WORK OF Y. M. G. A.
IN FOREIGN FIELD
Twenty-four Hour a Day Club Starts
Winter Work with Luncheon
The Twenty-four Hour a Day Club
inaugurated Its winter work yesterday
with a -luncheon at the Commercial Club
and a reception at the T. M. C A. At
the luncheon the clnb, which consists of
Washington men Interested In extending
the work of the Y. M. C A. to South
America and the East, listened to ad
dresses by W. B. Pettns, national col
lege secretary oi tne r . M. C A.
China; Frank M. Brockman. associate
general secretary of the Y. M. C A. at
Seoul. Korea, and Dr. Syng Man Rhee, a
native Korean In charge of the student
worK in nis native country.
William Knowles Cooper, general sec
retary of the Washington Y. M. C A,
In reviewing the progress of the Twenty
four Hour a Day Club, said that In the
eight years of Its history it had rati
CO.0O0 for work In foreign fields, and that
It w as responsible for the support of two
national secretaries, Galen Fisher and
fiexcner o. urocuman. who have super
vision of Y. M. C. A. activities ta China,
Japan, and Korea.
The luncheon was attended by C A.
A spin wall. M. W. Baldwin, William
Knowles Cooper, Henry T. Domer, Gen.
John W. Foster. W. O. HUtabldle, Fred
S Lincoln, Dr. Maurice E. Miller, Judge
Stanton J. Peelle, Raymond W. Pullman,
James Sharp, and Judge W. W. War
wick. This afternoon the club win hold an
other reception from iM to 7 In the
lobby of the Y. M. C. A. Building, at
which Mr. Pettns, Mr. Brockman, and
Dr. Rhee win be the guests.
Merrlam Funeral Here.
The body of MaJ. Gen. Henry C.
Merrlam, who died at his horns In Port
land, Me., Monday, will be Drought to
Washington for buriel In Arlington
National Cemetery with fun mUltary
honors. The arrangements for tha In
terment cannot be made until the
arrival of Capt, Henry M. Merrlam. of
the Coast Artillery Corns, the. son of
Gen. MerrUun. He and Mnt Twi.
Merrlam, of 4ha Cairo apartments, will
iwud uxo tuxaagomcxjtx.
Aerosanta -ta isam za. C&tna u C "Boas ef
I ML ! eou
Minister Don Bamon Valdes Pre
sents His Credentials at the
.'In, addition 'to holding bis usual bi
weekly Cabinet meeting yesterday. Pres
ident Tuft 'also received a number of
important foreign diplomats, among
them Ambassador Bakhmeteff. Minister
Loudon from' the Netherlands, and Min
ister J3on Ramon Valdes. of Panama.
Thta was the tatter's first visit to the
White House, although he had met the
Chief Executive Informally in New Tork
last Sunday. In presenting his creden
tials, Minister Valdes said:
"In delivering my credentials to you
I am glad to carry out,-the special rec
ommendations made to me by the Presi
dent of Panama to present to you his
most cordial greetings, and express to
you the sincere friendship which he
cherishes for the government and peo
ple of the United States. Permit me to
add that these are also my own emotions
and that the respect and esteem which
you Inspire In me are not less cordial
nor less effusive than my wishes for
your personal happiness."
The President replied- Tou may rely
on my assistance to draw closer the
bonds of brotherhood and personal es
teem now happily existing between the
two republics, united by permanent ties
of cordial friendship and comunlty of
Interest. I sincerely appreciate the kind
ty sentiments you express toward my
self, and trust that your period of resi
dence here may prove agreeable and
satisfactory to sou"
BUCKLEB FUNEBAE T0-M0BB0W.
vised War Department Cleric to Be
Bnrlrd In IlnHlmorr.
Funeral services will lie held at W 30
o'clock to-morrow morning at Hamllne
Methodist Episcopal Church for Z.
Buckler, an emplove or the adjutant
general's office In the War Department
who died Monday The Masonic ritual
will be u.ed at the services, at which
Kev. Joseph M. M Oray will officiate
The Interment will be In Greenmount
Mr Buekler was a nathe of St
Mary County, Md , and nearly seven-ty-flve
vears old He and his wife, for
merlj Mis. Sufan J MrOlnlev, of Tork
County, Pa , celebrated their golden wed
ding anniversary last February He
Kcrved In the civil war In the Tenth
Maryland Volunteer Infantry lie had
been In the government service since
Mr Buckler wa. a member of Hamllne
Methodist Episcopal Church and of St
John Lodge. No 11. of the Masonic
fraternity His wife. Mrs Suran J
Buckler, and six children survive him
His children are Rev Oeorge Buckler.
of Virginia: C Howard Buckler, chief
of the registry division of the Washing
ton post-office: Frederick W. Buckler,
of this city, Henry Buckler, of New
York City. Mrs. William Seeley Hut
chinson, of this city. Mrs Hall Klrby,
of Newark, N J. Sixteen grand-children
and two great-grandchildren also
survlce htm The great-grandchildren
are the children of Dr and Mrs Wat
son W Eldridge, of Btltmore Street,
COL. FRANK DENNY
TO RESDME POST
After Years of Exile, Marine Offi
cer Will Beturn to
After two years of exile on the Pa-
clflo Coast, CoL Frank L. Denny will
return to Washington and resume his
formeT post as quartermaster of the
Marine Corps, It was learned here yes
terday It Is understood that President Taft
and Secretary of the Navy Meyer have
agreed on the return of Col Denny,
and that It will take place In the Im
mediate future It is now practically
admitted that the order detailing CoL
Denny to San Francisco, following the
Investigation and shake-up at Marine
headquarters here, was Illegal. CoL
Dennv Is a staff officer, and tt Is pro
vided by law that staff officers shall
serve at the headquarters of the Marine
Corp. The headquarters are at Wash
ington CoL Denny's post as quarter
master has never been filled
The return of CoL Denny was pre
dicted when It was learned two months
ago that CoL William H Lauchhelmer,
who was exiled to the PAlllpplnes at
the same time Denny was sent to San
Francisco, was to return to Washing
ton Col Lauchhelmer Is now holding
his former position of adjutant and In
spector, having returned to Washing
ton about six weeks ago
It Is now admitted that the exile of
CoL Lauchhelmer was Illegal, as he Is
a staff officer
In .nme parts of SwitxerUad s motor ear roost
M rncnlfd or a norsemm.
Btreucth of from two to fire times that of a wuuaeu
wheel of the same wrleht la claimed for a Dew al
ateel zntorooMw wheel.
Boston's newest hotel.
Under same manage
ment as Hotel Plaza,
Prtcts for rooms
andrtstaurant most reason-
ail considering excellence
of appointments and
SJnU Rooms with Bath, $330
Docblo Rooms with Bath (two
persons), $5.00 to $8.00.
Special prices casted-for tro-
ATLAHTIC CTTY EES0ET8.
jTnvT! and European plao. Special vbtst rata-
XSLHE BUSY CORNER
. Dollvillt's Best Offering
2,000 Infant Dolls. IAA
(As Pictured). flLll"
Regularly $1, Choice at . "VV
Think what an opportunity and Xmas Dolls to
be bought and dressed to make the little girls happy.
Last year we could not get enough of them to sell at
SI, but this year we have enough for reasonable de
mands If you are prompt, and make this offer merely
to Induce you to buy your supply to-day.
These dolls are beautifully made, some with real
hair and closing, eyes. All are dressed In One quality
High Chairs for these Dolls R
Priced Special Tp-day - a&wC
Dollvllle Fourth Floor.
M. T. POLLOCK, M1 S-nrTwr!!" irw'
The Hotel will be conducted as heretofore, until
the expiration of lease, several years hence.
Rooms with Bath. $2.00
Ceo. W. Sweeney, President. Angtu Gordon, Manager.
133-137 West 47th St., NEW YORK CITY
JUST OFF BROADWAY.
The right kind of a hotel In the right locality In the heart of the
theater district and adjacent to the shopping centers. Positively flre-
Jiroof excellent cuisine and aa exceptional orchestra. A large addition
ust completed, containing library, grllL and billiard halL
Handsomely Furnished Rooms, Private Bath,
$1.50 per day upward
From Grand Central Station cars marked "Broadway" without transfer:
Pennsylvania station Tth Av cars without transfer. Booklet upon request.
H R. SHARES, PROP.
D road way and 11th St., Ntrrr Tork
WITHOUT EXTRA VAGVTCB
Thi fiaorif hotel bu brtra lYsontnL rr
dtctrmtr3 irfornlh5 ind tsany mnrltrn, oi
todAts appointment &' been ix-vtallrd. axxl
can ba compared Unfiblj with lay in to dtj
The OaVLT Flmt-CIa HOTEL
NEAR ALL STEAMSHIP LINES.
WltblD etajy arena of rrerr prist of interest
Half Uock from Wanamakera
Flra minute walk of Shopplnc District.
IS OTZD FOR Ei caUeno of raisin, eom
fortabla appointmRita. courtcooa aerrica and
THE VERY BEST ACCOMMODA
TIONS IX THE CITY AT
$1.00 PER DAY UP
7 Mlnntea from Grand Central Depot
10 ailnutea to Leading. Stores and
ST. DENIS HOTEL CO.
Also stanwit: nALi. hoteu,
Albany, X. Y.
OPPOSITE CARNEGD3 UAL2. '
56th St G 7th Ave.
NEW YORK CITY.
Located within tv.o blocks of beautiful
Central Park and In the city's most re
fined residential district, this exclusive
family and transient hotel offers more In I
real living ana comrort than many
hotels whose accommodations are much
more expensive. The hotel is within a
few blocks of the theaters and shops
and Is only 8 minutes ride from the
Grand Central and Pennsylvania R. R.
stations. There is no more Ideal stop
ping place for ladles traveling alone.
ROOM WITH USE OF BATH.
$1 per day and up.
ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH,
SI, 50 per day and up.
APARTMENTS OF PARLOR.
Bedroom, and Private Bath,
S3 per day and up.
GEO W O'HARE. Mgr.
NEW YORK CITY.
47th St., Just Off Broadway.
Convenient to Everything.
Library, Billiard Hall and Restau
rant in Connection.
All Rooms Handsomely Famished.
75 Rooms, $1.00 per day.
100 Rooms, with Private Bath,
$1.50 per day.
60 Rooms, with Private Bath,
$2.00 per day.
Candies Everybody Likes
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
We clve Herald ysSstfl contest votes.
HE management de-
sires to announce that
2eca the recent transfer of
the Hotel Victoria property,
Broadway, 27th St, and
Fifth Ave New York City,
will in no way interrupt the
present policy of the house.
Save Money on
Many months' wear in the suits
jou cast off. If jou'll send them
to u. We'll clean, repair, and
press them as good as new
W. H. FISHER J
709 9th St. N. W. ;
Phone M 1151 and we will call J
We Gire Totes tn Herald t CS.000 Contest. J
Just Like New
ThatN wha- jou'll sav
when v.e repilr jour old
ehoes Small cost, big sav-
719 Ninth St N. VV.
Work Called for and Delivered.
W. Gin Votes Is Tha Herald's S3.000 Contest.
Particular Pqople Patronize the
Main Office and Works
623 G Street N. W.
Wa a1v Herald VO0 contest votes.
Cold and Grippe
Are positively Cured with
In One Day, or Money
McChesney & Joachim,
COR. M E !f. E,
COR. 8th A F Jt. E.
We srrre Herald SS3.0O0 contest votes.
We artve Herald (23,000 contest votes..
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
Superior quality of California Port
Wine an excellent artl- 35 p Ofc.
Or S quarts for 11.00.
BEN ROSEMFELD'S, 218 ii St. S. W.
W Gin VoUs in Tin Herald's 8001 Contest,
Just from the factory. 1911 mod
L Has never been run & mile.
Tbe Washington Motor Oar
1317 Now York Avo.
We aire votes la Tha Herald 5
tsuwn .mm.. .. TT
HiltlHtMHH H1 !
Yale Bicycles ..fjj
National Bicycles ............ .
Rami Bicycles MI
Mitchell Bicycles M2 SO
T uoya uarc uicycles J17 50
f E.P. HAZ-ETCN
J 429-31 10th at. N.w:
We Cits Votes ta Tbu HertM't E3.O0 CoctMt,
WARREN MOTOR SALES CO.
j. Has Removed ta
i 1610 14th Street N.W. !
T Plane Jforth CS07.
I "BUY A WARREN AND !
BE A WINNER" I
J We srtve Ttrtra la The nenla 5
4. 923,000 contest. 5
I s M1tt ! Mil l-M-
When you need It you need it
We have THE Vulcanizing Plant and
can do yotrr work eralckly, neatly, aad
with tbe minimum aomonnt of profanity
Washington Auto Supply Co.,
1227 Hew York Avenus R W.
Cnaranteed asalast defect, tn
B0OO miles. Absolutely hand
made. Call and tken.
W. Gtt. Votes In Tt. Hmlfi con Costa.
tlTM'ri i I TMtTlTl
Money Talks I
T We ave Ton SS Per Cent on
X Painting Antomobllea, ;,
T We use only Valentine's Van- V
T adlum Varnishes th only var- T
T nlshes that will stand soap, mud, X
T and ater We bake enamel on T
X hoods and fenders
J Autos painted, SI! SO and up. X
X Used automobiles and motorcy- J
X cles for sale. .&
I Cor. 14th and W Sts. N. W.
Phone Jt. 1881. .
We aive nerald S23J0OO contest vetea.
Why should Automobile owners be tor
mented ..1th lire troubles when tbey
can be positively done anray nlth by
The World's Best Ffflcr
(or Automobile Tins.
Cnds Tire Trcublas !
JUreaze Tire ntler Cs.
Filling Plant. 28-23 Fourteenth
Street . XV.
We slve nernld 925,000 contest votes.
Introductory Offer Only
Seat Coverings. Storm Aprons. Dust
Covers. Side Curtains. Send Postal
Rational Auto Top Company,
406-7 13i6 St. n. VV. M. 6212
0pp. District Bldg.
We Girt Votes tn Tb. Herald's E3.0OO Orotaat.
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Five and seven passenger cars.
BROWN BLAIR GARAGE
1319 L St. N.W.
Phone N. 1470.
VV. OIt. Vote, tn THe Herald a 3.09 Cbntsat.
P. M. CORR.
Aaent for Flanders and Tale Sfotor.
eyelea and Corra Special Bicycle.
Motorcycle Overhanllns; and Belt Bat
salrtna, Acceaaorlea and Sundries.
Bicycle Repnlrlna;. Brslna. and Over.
kanllna. Suppllea and Acceaaotiaa
SIS Itb St. H. W- Tass. Mala sisal
W. Git. Yob. tn The Herald's C3 000 CooiMt,
Expert Electric Vehicle Repairing
storage catteries repaired ana re
newed. Ignition aad Lighting Batter.
tes Charted and Built to Order.
SOUTHWORTH KEISER CO.
GEO. W. BEALL
1005 9th SLH.W. H. 7609
VT. OIt. Voter in Tb. Herald's J3.0M Contest.
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