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fGTON HERALDS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912.
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MAY ENTER1 SUIT
TO STOP MEfiGER
Attorney General Seeks Evidence
Against Combine of New Eng
land Railroad Systems.
WHY GRAND JURY STOPPED
United States District Attorney Wise
will come to Washington to-day to con
fer with Attorney General Wlckersham,
of the Department of Justice. In regard
to the prospective action of the Federal
government In dealing with the pro
posed agreement between the New York.
New Haven and Hartford, and the
Grand Trunk Railroads. The conference
was arranged before the complaint was
filed by the Massachusetts and Rhode
Island Railroad commissioners protesting
to the department against the traffic
Following the offer of President Mel
len. of the New Haven, and Chamber
lain, of the Grand Trunk, to grant ac
cess to their books and correspondence
to the government officials. Attorney
General Wlckersham sent William
Benbam, a special agent, to New York
to go over the records of the New Haven
It Is probable that several other spe
cial agents of the department will also
be assigned to the work of going over
the railroad correspondence and records
figuring In the proposed traffic arrange
ment. They will operate under the di
rection of Jesse C. Adklns. assistant to
the Attorney General, who has Imme
diate charge of gathering the evidence
for the Attorney General.
Will Depend on Evidence
If the Department of Justice, after
completing Its inquiry, has gathered
what the Attorney General regards as
sufficient evidence to warrant legal
steps to prevent the two railroads from
carrying out the proposed agreement, an
application of a temporary injunction
will probably be filed either In New
York or Boston to enjoin the railroads
from carrying the agreement into effect.
It is believed here that both President
Mellen. of the New Haven, and Presi
dent Chamberlain, of the Grand Trunk,
were careful enough to look into the
legal phases of the proposed traffic
agreement before they decided to enter
Into negotiations to put it Into opera
tion. The opinion was expressed jester
day by an official of the Depsrtment of
Justice that the evidence would probably
fsll to show that the Grand Trunk gave
any compensation to the New Haven In
return for Its admission to the New
Haven tracks which carries with It
trance to Boston. Providence, and New
lork and all other terminals reached by
the New Haven road.
Reasons for SnaprndlntT Inquiry.
Further information was obtained yes
terday as to 'the reasons for the sus
pension of the proceedings before the
Federal grand Jury In New York Into
the railroad case. The officials of the
railroads who appeared before the grand
Jury would have been given immunity
from subsequent criminal prosecution.
The railroads voluntarily offered to grant
to the government Investigators full ac
cess to its books and records, and In ad
dition the officials of the department be
lieve that they will be able to gather the
facts In the case much more expeditious
ly through their own force of special
agents than they icould by grand Jury
proceedings. These three reasons were
the principal considerations which
prompted Attorney General Wlckersham
to suspend the grand Jury investigation.
HORSES VS. MAN.
Novel Feat of Strencth at Poll's
Maximus, the Russian heavy-weight
Juggler, will attempt a novel feat at
Poll's to-night, when he will match his
strength agslnst that of the two most.
powerful dray horses to be found In
A few days ago Maximus made the as
sertion that he could outpull a team of
horses. A man who overheard the re
mark questioned the boast, and to-night
It Is "up to the Russian giant to make
good. Two big draft horses will be har
nessed and. Instead of taking the reins.
Maximus will hitch his arms to the sin
gletrees, and then will begin a genuine
tug of war on the stage. The effort will
be unique as a vaudeville thriller.
Suepaon and Marr Lamb. be?.
Albert C and Rom Haiden. girl.
Clears E and lUael Shake, girl.
Bernini W and Mary H. Wesler. hov.
MMul 1. and Elizabeth E. White, bur.
George T and Nellie Sirnnn, girl.
Thomas (. and Msrgarct M Clark, girl.
Jacob and Iara Kantor. girl.
Thomas It. and Rfwe Payne, boy.
Bertram G. and Marr L. Faster, girl.
Mendel and Margiierita A Behreod. gixL
Chirlei N. and Mary V T Watta. her.
Arthur C and Lillian C. Stoneburner, boy.
Hymen E. and France, Buchbinder, boy.
Dudley and Helena Harmon, girl.
Amedra and Victoria D. Fretaro, bey.
PieUo and Paollna Petrane. boy.
Francis J. and Marr B. Diggs. boy.
Chariei H. and Ida Grons, boy.
Rrmulus T. and Catherine 8heppeard. girl.
Wilbim A. and Jan. A. Procter, boy.
Fred and Regius Green, girl.
Wake Up! You
Make Your Stomach Cheerfully Do
Its Work Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets Digest Your Food and
Assist the Stomach.
People who complain they are worn
to a frazzle are nearly always dysDeotic
and arc recommended to use Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets. The stomach gets
lazy, food ferments and sours, eras
neicnes up, tnere are symptoms of bloat
ing, the blood becomes thick and slug-
gisn, tne nver is clamed, the head is
heavy, the mind a blank, and the din
ing-room is a chamber of horrors.
One of the greatest evils of" our mod
ern life Is the quick lunch. To this evil,
as much or more, than any other, may
be traced the preponderance of the stom
ach troubles of our times. Instead of
taking time to thoroughly masticate the
food before swallowing It, the average
person rushes through the meal, bolting
tne food, deglutition taking place while
it Is only partially mixed with saliva,
and only half masticated, thus leaving
the stomach to do the work the teeth
should have done.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain di
gestive elements, a single grain being
capable of digesting 3.000 grains of food.
Including meats, eggs, grain, vegetables,
starches and mineral matters. They pre
pare every particle of food by thorough
digestion for ready absorption and as
similation by the lacteal glands, which
pass It into the blood, whence It is con
ducted to all parts of the system, re
building and revitalizing It
E-cry druggist has Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets in stock and sells them
at SO cents a box.
ABE MARTIN SAYS:
li you want t' be wafted back t'
childhood's happy hours, jist bite
mt a green pear.
Sarah Bernhardt in Camille is
th' new film at th' Alhatnbry.
Tell Binklev says he's often paid
three dollars t' see her on th' hoof.
ARE HADE BY
Continued from race One.
be called In to ssslst the District At
torney's office In the presentation of the
It Is expected that the cases of Dr.
Kemp and Mrs. Frazler will be present
ed to the grand Jury In due course.
Post-ofhce Inspector Little, who had
charge of the local cases In preparation
for action, would not talk about the
proceedings. It was said, however, that
inspectors had been working on the
case of Mrs. Frazler for about eight
The "decoy letter" system Is said to
have been used by the detectives here
as In other cities.
Reports to the Post-office Department
on the raids in other cities Indicate that
almost none of the persons against
whom the government was to proceed
has avoided arrest. The early reports
that the Inspectors and their assistants
from the Department of Justice were
successful were completely corroborated
by the dispatches that arrived here yes
terday and last night.
Following Is a list of the persons ar
rested: l,ong; 1, 1st of Arrests,
Washington. D. C, Dr. Thomas,
J. Kemp, 433 G. Street Northwest.
Mrs. R. u Frazler. 133 Massachu
setts Avenue Northeast; Council
Bluffs. Iowa, James A. Clark: Al
bany, N. Y.. W. J. Morris. E. H. Mil
ler: Lancaster. Pa.. D. Fred Kline:
Omaha, Nebr.. Dr. Claudius Dlbbern. Dr.
W. A. Burke, Dr B. Prlbbenew; Colum
bia, S. C. A. W. Taylor. W. E. Helnitx:
Jacksonville. Fla.. M. McNeil. W. U
Senten; Brooklyn, N. Y., Dr. R. Curtli
Gray; Ithaca. N. Y-. Agbos L. Dratt;
New York City. W. C. Halleck; Lynn,
Mass.. W. M. Burns: Chicago, III.. Dr.
Osgood 8. Billings. Dr. J. L. C. Trulel.
Dr. W. H. Miller; Iron River. Mich.. Dr.
H. J. Larson; Chicago, 111., Dr. A. E. F.
Haxenclover. Dr. G. T. Lcedle, Dr. Mar
garet Livingston. Albert Zlmmermann.
Fannie Brine: Milwaukee, Wis., Mme.
Mamla Yanne, Dr. T. Robinson Rours.
Dr. A. W. Traverse. Mrs. C. Fuss. Mrs.
I. Selbler: Knowllle. Tenn., Kuhlman &
Chambllss Co.; Mobile, Ala.. G. T. Haw.
kins. J. H. Cox, A. Van Antwerp. H. A
Aldrlch; Kansas City. Mo., J. Valentine
Studer: Wichita. Kans.. A. B. Chat
field, Jr.; Atlanta, Ga.. Dr. J. T. Patter
eon: East Orange. N. J.. "Mme. Des-
no: ' Charleston. S. C. Benjamin Llv
Ingston; Topeka. Kans.. Frank Hobart:
Houston. Tex., Abbott Cockrell. I. Lewln:
San Antonio, Tex., Prof. A. F. Haslam.
Dr. Susanno Horton; New Orleans, La.,
Solomon Levi. Gustav Katz; Duluth.
Minn.. Max Wlrth; Pittsburg, Pa.. Mrs.
J. Holdt, Mrs. Dr. Hill. M. Treytle. Jin
r In Aloy; St. Paul, Minn.. Dr. Ida Pear.
son. Harry Sandsby. Dr. Rose Gilbert,
Mrs. Ernestine Each, Mrs. M. Schwarz;
Duluth. Minn., Mrs. M. F. J. Hanson:
St. Louis. Mo.. G. E. Jacobs, Mrs. Hulda
Koch; Oklahoma City. Okla., Mrs. Aus
tin: Plnebank, Pa., Dr. G. A. Soden:
Indianapolis, L. E. Morrison Co., Dr.
C. A. Henry. Dr. Solomon P. Stoddard;
Fort Wayne. Ind.. Charles E. Iiontz:
Cincinnati, Ohio, Alfred Vogler Drug
wo.; ioieao. unio.. Mrs. Linda M. Bow
ers: Springfield. Ohio. Adam Schmidt;
Portland, Oreg.. Dr. At wood. Evssell'a
Pharmacy. Dr. T. B. Pierce, Dr. J. 8.
Stott, Mrs. E. M. White. Dr. A. A.
Ausplund: Seattle. Wash.. Mme. Crane.
Dr. Kathryn Harrison. Dr. J. 3. Stewart.
airs. i. uratn, airs. E. Zurnsteln. Dr.
John Dunlap: Petaluma. CaL, Walter
Blackburn: San Francisco. CaL. Dr. Wet
zel, Dr. If. TV. Reis. Dr. W. Trojan; Los
Angeles. Cal.. Mrs. E. M. Schardln. Mrs.
Florence Whitney. Mrs. Zimmerman; San
Jose. Cal.. Dr. V. T. Gibson. Mrs. Mary
Bressanl; Sacramento, Cal.. Dr. L. Lam
pert: East Oakland. Cal. Mrs. E. M.
Zwlcker: Oakland. CaL. Mrs. L. Hodges.
Mrs. L. Wright. Mrs. E. Nannlng. Dr.
E. D. Curtis. H. L. Osgood. F. S. Os
good. E. J. Hefner; Glendale. Cal.. Mra
S. E. Grant: Fresno. CaL. Patterson
Block Pharmacy: Steubenvllle. Ohio, Be
all & Steele Drug Co.; SL Louis, Mo..
Mrs. Hulda Koch; Columbus. Ohio,
Charles F. Hatton: Cleveland. Ohio.
Charles G. Merritt. Dr. Henry I. Llnert:
Mount Vernon. Ohio. Harrison Hlcken
botham: Convoy. Ohio, George A. Young:
spoaane. wasn., ut. v. jackiewicz. Dr.
wary tswanz. jjt. Emma Brelnholm,
William H. Murgittroyd, H. G. Duer
feldt; Waterloo, Iowa, Dr. G. J. Ben
nett; Steubenvllle, Ohio, R. C. Hender
son; Oklahoma City, Okla., Dr. G. W
Seashultz, W". M. Westfall. W. P. West
fall; Buffalo, N. Y.. H. W. Weed. W. A
Faxon: Terre Haute, Ind.. Arthur Baur:
Marietta. Ohio, W. H. Styer, H. Fred
Curtis. R. M. Beagle; Indianapolis. Ind..
Dr. C. M. Clayton. B. F. Clark. Nellie
Whalen: Mempnis, Tenn., A. W. Carter,
Edward Lehman; Birmingham. Ala.. Eu
gene Jacobs, officers of Collier Drug Com
pany; jjenver, joio.. Frances Bode. Mra
Rlebe, Dr. J. -F. Thompson; El Reno,
Okla, Dr. A. I. True: Salt Lake City,
Utah. Ella Martin: Minneapolis, Minn..
Dr. C B. Fuller; Kalamazoo. Mich., P.
F. Marquette, N. C. Schram; Pine Bank.
Pa-, R. B. Headly, Knoxvtlle, Tenn., D
M. Chambllss: Mobile, Ala.. J. T. Haw
kins, J. H. Cox. A. Z. Van Wern? Tn.
leuo, unio, w. u. xiays.
Postal Official. Pleased.
While there were no formal statements
made at the pest-offlce Department, of.
ficlals readily evinced their pleasure at
the outcome of the work, and predicted
that the arrests would be followed by
Section ai, Penal Code, under the pro
visions of which the arrests In th. Jit.
were made. Is regarded as oult. h...
Anthony Comstock. the noted New York
'"""" ' aivrn creait for agitation
which resulted In its enactment it...-
the law, the penalty possible for infrac
tion of secUon 211 Is, a IL009 nne or flve
years' imprisonment, or both.
. OF HA J. SYLYE8TBR
Fashionable Apartment House TJn
earths One Lone Cowering
Negro with a Eazor.
"There's a burglar tn the cellar."
Whispered In low tones, the news
leaped from floor to floor of the fashion
able Northumberland Apartments yes
terday with the rapidity of wind-blown
flames and set the occupants and at
tendants agog with nervous excitement
"Call Mai. Sylvester." somebody saia
and Janitor John Jackson, leaping for
the elevator, took a running Jump and
landed. In the lift, making a record
breaking ascent to the apartments of the
chief of police, only to be Informed that
he was at the office.
In his dilemma, Jackson did not know
Just what to do. but an apsrtment
dweller sumsted rettlnr any kind of a
policeman If the chief could not be found
at home and Jackson started on a run.
He ran from Ner Hampshire Avenue
and V Street to Sixteenth Street and
At the latter point Jackson found Po
Uceman Braunlnger. of the Tenth pre
clnct, who hurried to the scene on the
double quick. Braunlnger boldly entered
the cellar, followed by divers ' persons
who had feared to go In alone.
Braunlnger found William Merritt
negro, twenty-two years old, of 1734 Sea
ton Place Northweat. cowering behind a
post and apparently on the verge of col
lapse. Merritt was collared. The police
say they found a razor In his pocket and
a quuntlty of clothes which lie had gath
ered In the cellar. He was charged t
housebreaking and carrying concealed
CLASS CLUB CONCERT.
Twenty-aecoud Annual Affair to
Given by Vanghn Club.
The twenty-second annual concert of
the Vaughn Class Club, which Is to be
held at Eighth and H Streets North
west to-night, will be something of an
Innovation. In that male talent exclu
slvely has been selected. The singing
and the Instrumental numbers are to
be Interspersed with readings given by
John Gregg Paine. Quartet, duet, and
solo numbers will be rendered by the
vocal artists. Messrs. Jack Bowie. James
8. Hicks. Charles W. Moore, and Charles
E. Meyers, and the entire programme
gl-es promise of bring very Interesting
and enjoyable. Instrumental music win
Include numbers by two soloists of the
United States Marine Band, Mr. Her
mon Hoffman, violin, and Mr. Adolphe
Beldler. euphonium. There will he ample
opportunity for relaxation and genuine
amusement In the selections to be given
bv Mr. Arthur Pierce and Mr. George
O'Connor, who sing "coon" and Ital
Ian dialect songs. It Is safe to predict
that this concert will be a real success.
C S. Der. ft Agriculture. Weather Bureau.
Waahlngton, n. C . Nor 21-J p. m
niina will cnotinu. In Eastern Florida and th.
aontA inrtbm of East Trxav, and there will alvi be
rain Friday and Saturday In th North Pacific
mates. Otee th. remainder ol uia crjiniry me
rather will be lair Saturday, with lower tempera
ture. Friday in the Gulf Sratea. the Ohio Valley,
tha north portion t the MiddJ. Atlantic RUtea.
na in Hetiem ana nomnern .e t.nsiana. ii
wtn ha colder flaturdar In the 9otith Atlantic and
th. aouth portion of th. Middle Atlantic Kutea.
la tb upper Lake region ana in. w tempera
ture change will not b. decided.
The wuida along th. ew Migund ana Hiadte
Atlanta coaati win be moderate southwest and
west; on tha Kouth AUantia coast moderate vari
able, esorrt oortheaat and cast eat th. Florida
emst; on the East Gnlf coast light to moderate
sarliblr. becoming northwest; on th. West Gulf
ezait. moderate, becoming north; on tha Lower
Lake moderat. aoutiiweftt and west; on tha Upper
Lakes moderate, mostly west.
Midnight. 11; 1 a ra . 37- a. m . 35; t a m.. 34.
la m . 35: lo a tn.. 32: 13 noon. (1. 3 p m., S:
4 p a, : I i m . 61 . 8 p ra . !. H p. m... M
Highest. TO; lowest. 34 .
Relative humldlty-a1 a. ra.. 8T 2 p. m . 33.
p. m , 56, Rainfall tl p m bi I p m.1. u.
Hours cf sunshine, 9 rcr cent of pnaubla sun
Trmperatur. sam. data list yearHighest, 43.
Tcmperntarea In Other Cltlc
Temperatures in other cities, tocethrr with tha
amount of rainfall for ths twenty-four hours ended
at t p. m. yesterday, tn as follows:
Mai. Mln. In,:
AsherUle. V C
AtlanU. Ga. es
Atlantic City. N. 1 e
Bismarck. N. Dak M
Boston, Mais U
Buffalo. X. Y M
Chicago, ni H
Cincinnati. Ohio U
Parenport. Iowa 52
Henrer. Colo. M
Dea Moinra, Iowa. 52
Duluth. Minn v
Galmton, Tea S
Helena. Mont M
Indianapolis. Ind (2
Jacksonsllle. Fla 6s
Kansas Cits. Mo 54
Little Rock. Ark S3
Los Angeles, Cal SO
Maraucttc. Mich S
Memphis. Tenn as
New Orleans. La T3
New Tcek. N. Y 64
North riatte. Nebr 54
Omaha. Nebr 52
Pittsburg, Pa '...
Portland. Ores 53
Salt Lake City. Utah M
St. Louis. Io 40
St. raul. Minn '. 48
Ran Frannacn, Cal 66
Srrlngfleld. Ill H
. . 63
To-day High tide. S.5Z a. m.. 8-5G p. m. Low
tide. 12:10 a. ra . 12:10 p. m.
To-morrow High Udr, 6JS a. m., 6:51 p. m. low
tide. ZM a. at-. 12 O p. m.
Condition of the River.
21. Potomas and
nperpair.kVtH3lll wd bmh bmh bmh bmh mt
Dotnlnick Otrano, 2s. of Baltimore. Md., and
Josephine Ransom, 1. Rev. Joseph H Caasidy.
Vincent Agnello, C and Ltna Palmiaano, I. both
of Baltimore. Md. Rev. E. V. Rtgester.
Anthroy Aneeer, 20, and Henrietta Bell, 22. Rev.
Donald C. MacLeod.
Arthur B. Gibson. 23. and Eateile E. Laing. II
Rev. Charles K. FulU
Henry W. Moses, 36. and Irena M. Malooe, 22.
both of Nw York dtr. Judge a S. Bundy.
Henry T. Mlskell. S. and Elsie. G. Heath, a.
Rev. P. W. Johnson.
James S. Taneyhill, X, and Regina IX Reich, 33.
Her. E. Has Swem.
D. D. Davis. U. and Raehael A. Hamlet, .
G. O. Carter. 20. and Susie Johnson. ID.
G. D. Hill. S. and Esther M. West, II.
F. Murphy. 29. and Rosle Williams. S.
R. Wearer. 39. and Anna Swann, .
O. a Holland. 24, and Ella Hickman, 06.
Oolia Southwortb. So sears, U1S L St. so,
John J. Qunooler. . 230J P St. nw.
Isaac Kinsley, ti. Washington. Asylum HospitaL
Wllaara H. Troiell. S3, 23 Morgan Bt. nw.
William H. Wirht. B, Govt. Hojp. for Insane.
GoMIe Levy, . 1M3H 7th St. nw.
Mary M. Schumann. 73, 228 E St ne.
Lyman H. Lamb, ft. Columbia Theater.
Veronica Oinberg, months. Chlldren'a HospjtaL
Gertrude C. Flaherty. 5 months, slfl Nicholas Ave.
Irene H. Corrlgsn, 4 months. rW 8 Bt. nw.
Francis M. Dyer, 2 months. Children's Hospital.
Ruth Jenkins, f months. Children's Hospital.
Spencer Washington, 73 years. Emergency llorp.
Robert Pollard. 41. Wash. Asylum Hospital.
Dors E. Lawaon. 37. 915 2d St. sw.
Gcorp W. Fisher, 6S, tt H St. aw.
Dr. Batton Urges Higher Wages for
Women in Factories and
Owners and operators of department
stores, factories, and all (lants where
female labor is used were attacked last
night at the convention of the Washing
ton Bsptlst Association by Dr. Samuel
Zane Batton. of Philadelphia, social
sen-Ice secretary of the American Bap
tist Publication Society, on the ground
that thiough hiring women and girls
at wages Insufficient for a livelihood
the "captains of Industry" are violat
ing the Lord's prayer by directly placing
temptation In the way of the helpless
women. Last night's session ended the
three days' convention.
Dr. Ration's theme was "The Call of
the New Crusade" and In his address
he pleaded for a practical application of
Christianity. Much of his attention was
devoted to the problem of female labor
and he said that employers were forcing
women and girls "to live below the
danger line" by paying wages too small
to support them. He appealed for the
children, stressing the neid of child la
bor -laws, b.-tter education, and more
public playgrounds for the children.
J. W. Edelln, chairman of the commit
tee on young people's work, reported the
societies in a flourishing condition, and
two-minute talks were made by the heads
of the societies. The new educational
board was named, consisting of C. A
Vrooman. W. A. Cooper, and C. S. Fair
man. Members of the executive board and of
several standing committees were named
at the morning and afternoon iwssions
The executive committee Is made up of
Anacostla-Rer F. L. Bardens and William Cook
man. BcUiany-Rer. Hugh T. Stephrnsou. C. E. Fair
min. and J. K. Daawn
Bro.land-Ker. II. W. o Millington ,Bd C II.
CalTary-Rer. B. H. Greene. S. V. Woodward.
D. S. Futer. II. V. Kellar, W. A. Wilbur, and
G. E. Duncan
Crntennlal-Rer. E. Her. Swera and R. W. Chris
tian. Congrew, Heightirter Thomas Hollows
Ctieey Ohne-RrT, Ixirrnn rrjor.
Columbia- Iter. R. M f trickier and P. A Bljler.
East Washington Hrighta-Rer. 1. M. Many and
D. C Fountain.
Fifth Church -Iter. J. E Briggs. J. J. Darlington.
C. C. Jimii. and O. I. Oeseford
First Church Iter. W V. McMialer. C. P Grady.
and Xcwtrai Vi anger.
Grata Rev F. V. Johnsnn, J. D. Punpson, and
A. C. Wbltner
Hrittsrllle-Rer. II. T. Dsriv
Emmanuel- Pt H. W. IlnkLim. P. P. Foster.
and Charlea Werner.
Kendall -Bee. Therein Outwaler. C. A. Muddlman.
and Glen T. Jones
Maryland Avenue- Rer. F. H. Wadltnston and
J. I Jones.
Metrorolitin-Rev. J. C. Ball.-W. S. Kaiser, and
O S. Sand.
Mount Tabor Rer. Gcvge W MeCullwiih and Ed
Handle Highlands-Rev. Georr- Rlakealee.
Second Churrh-Rev. H. II. IIlrtt. W. A.
Oirper and J. . Remolds
Temple Chnreh-RcT. J. J Mulr. B. S Shaw, and
II. C Johnwn
West Washington-Rev B D. Gaw. W. H Lay-
cock, and R, A. 8hlcn
SCHOOLS AS CENTERS.
Commissioner. Want Bnlldlnss as
Social MectlnsT Places.
Legislation authorizing the use of pub
lic school buildings for public meetings.
lectures, games, readings, and gymnas
tics, making them social and recreation
centers during the hole year, will be
urged upon the next Congrcs. by the-
Commissioners shortly after It assembles.
Need of such legislation has been re
peatedly urged by the various citizens'
associations In many resolutions. The
Commissioners sro heartily in favor of
the plan, and will do all In their power
to open the public schools to broader
Dancing Exhibition Riven.
Its Hayes gave an exhibition of chil
dren's fancy dancing and singing at Odd
Fellows Hall last night during which
over i eighty girls and Iks performed.
Her class of huhles from tnree to five
rs old did excellentlv. as did her class
of large girls and boys In Jig and clog
Bring back replies Oer-.use each
order receives the same personal
attention. Irrespective of alga.
Tou will find our letters free
from dark edges, broken type.
typographical errors. Ac.
Tou can s.ifely Intrust Impor
tant form letters to us, being as
sured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2.000 LETTERS, S4.01
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
District National Dank Dalldlng.
1406 G Street
Phone Mala 750&
Our Candles are much better
than the factory kind. It Is pure,
sweet, snd wholesome made by
expert candy makers. In a clean
229-231 PA. AVE. S. E.
FOR OLD AND YOUNG
Tutt's Liver Pills act a a kindly on the child.
the delicate female or Inllrm old age, as upea j
gvetone an1 -trengthtotbe weak stomach,
. kldneyo and bladder..
In Good Taste and Appropriate
Is tha giving of articles of Jewelry. Gold. Silver and
Plated Ware, Choice. Cut (Haas pieces, 4c. tor wad
dles or birthday prescnta. From our large and select
array of artistic and prettily designed article, say
aruua win pieaa tha reoplenl.
SMALL'S is the Hardware
Store with the complete
stock and the little prices.
Sm.ll'j Hardware Store, 713 7tu St. N.W.
we Pits Votes Is Tha Herald's XSJta Onrnxt,
HORNING. 9th andD
5 We ttive Herald (23,000 U
5 contest voteau g
Open 8 AM.
Established in 1860.
abi?plSko( Dress Trimmings and Buttons
From a Trade Salf Held in New York Last Week.
BUTTONS. C- J
Worth up to 50c. at 3C OOZ.
Jet and Metal Buttons. In number of styles In small, medium, and
large sizes. No cards will be cut.
75c and 98c BRAIDED
Silk Net Bandings, ZH to 3 Inches wide: beautifully braided with silk
soutache. In all the wanted colors. Worth 75c and 9Sc a yard. At 23c
81.25 CHIFFON ROSE
Chiffon Rns.hiirl Trlmmlnaa In
popular trimmings of the season. Regular J1.50 value. At 59c.
25c to 59c SILK EMBROIDERED
Several hundred pieces of beautifully Embroidered iianumgi
4 Inches wide, new and desirable patterns: every wanted color in
These are worth from 13c to 59c a yard. For to-day's sale at lie
69c SILK TAPE FRINGES
Silk Tane Krlnrre 4 1 Inches
brown, cell light blue, champagne, bottle green, cream, lavender, navy,
old rose, wistaria. Actual value Is 69c a yard. For to-day's sale. 13t.
For Purity and
'Tis Made in the Most Scientific
in the World.
See Your Reliable Dealer.
Ask for "The Velvet Kind" Ice Cream. SAVE THE CAR
TONS. Thev are valuable, and
ington Herald for votes in their $25,000 contest. One-half pint
good for 10 votes. One pint good for 20 votes. One quart good
for 3o votes, tn freezers save
I i esasssssMsstLMBasafJsMSeaaaaBEl
Broadway and 11th St, New York
This famous hotel has been renovated, re
decorated, refurnished, and many modern, up-to-date
appolntmenU have hern Installed, and
can ba compared favorably with any in tha city.
Tie O.XLY Flrst-Claas HOTEL
NEAR ALL STEAMSHIP LINES.
Within easy acre's of every pent of Interest.
Halt block frcrn Wanamakera.
Five minutes' walk of bhopptcg District.
NOTED FOR: Excellence of culalne. com
fortable appointmenta. courteous service and
THE VERY BEST ACCOMMODA
TIONS IN THE CITY AT
S1.00 PER DAY UP
7 Minutes from Grand Central Depot
10 Minutes to Leading Stores and
ST. DENIS HOTEL CO.
Also STANWIX HALL HOTEL
Albany. N. Y.
Dinner Table Linen
will be laundered so nicely that
it will add much to the success
of this event, if sent to our
Laandercrs. Dry Cleaners. Dren.
437 New York Ave.
Phone North 285.
We alve Herald S25.0O0 coateat Totes.
Werrtve Herald S2.1.0OO contest votes..
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
143 Eleventh St. N.E.
Washington School of Accountancy
I'ro.Ktlonil edaatioa In icaxmtiDcy, prep-Ming
far SUU CTTtiflemU d certified public auroaotu.
ted for basinet vdmixOstnUoa PrmcttaU work
rtpteUllr adapted ta mn employed during th daj.
U-ptra tnUetlii on requnt. Call or addx., Dim
tm of Education. T. U. & 1, UK O SL !.. W
Wiioicgton. Hall-Noyes School
Day and -nicbi. Co-educatlocaL. Tenth ;eax open
Sept. SOL Graded, high, and twiineat counts. Aim
S I Bt, ii w.
&3igrosT wnJJf xSfJBSflrel
Ssjuis- t .t. JSXnui-TVSR,
Close 6 P.M.
all the wanted shades are of
s. 14 to
n the lot.
deeD. in Copenhagen. Alice, pink. gray.
and Sanitary Ice Cream Plant
will be redeemed bv The Wash
coupon. Une gallon good for 12o
909 Seventh Street
M'Etl VI. OTI( K.
clven 'ij at a n ee- i
I k-. .rtera ;!
Fourft'rr'! ?- v
ft vrporafrri rnlM m" orgzr-vvl r ' li 9
(f th Mit of t irtmia. hi'M at Ui-h "irtnn.
I C t 'i the 3tt day of lA'tubrr. W . tia to o-i
rrtmtiias - ftsiopter.
RfDLVED. fnt. That the F -. s rrM
?firr Bank, a rorrrratirci cmtM airl Arsanlzrd
lu-fJer th laws of th SUt f We- i-ri-ia d. 3
!. rn- Ui30ntinie b"UBne a a mronristi ari iur
rf.irlfre f juid Mate it art-r and enrv - fra -
htv. The BfaaM of Dhe-tor will irv.-d v
pr "f tr reTrtj. chosen in arfior .-i a ajft
of thi oner ration tr tht lt adantr ta tn' r
th NnvH't of th drrmssttni-s and torkr'M !er- .' t1
osTTinration and to uxl up tta afaara .x unni a5 t"
tiraNe. prcwidM. that no dindend f tie fin.ili f
th on.ratior ahill br made tintil af' r tli pwb .ca
ti 11 nf ttie uoticw herrmafter rTTrndwl
RKSOLVED. aemnd. That the Prr-d- y t-
iVepnralion raite ontuv of the fnrejrr. ig wsp, t:
to be piWihed m 5ome Bewtraprr of al-era! rt
latlcfi. ruNished near 'he pnnci,-ii riflce -r piia r
Nwnrt tf thl crr,TBrftt)r,n. nnr a wefk f - - x - -re-sice
rrV, and that he rertifT thre rs.- -j
the SeeretirT of ute f rhr Mate rf ri -s "
and deli.er him a rertiflrate nJiowms th p ' -it.-of
iJd notice ts prpridiM M law
Giren under mr hard and l thfa y,tr -1 of Oe-tobt-r.
1912. ELDKIlMiK E JORDAN -ti1
no3,15.2:X3-aae6.13 I'irsident rf .Said "on oratioo.
THE COU,TRy GALLERY OF RT Wll '
Is- .Inw-,1 .. tle jvnWif fn'tn SATI"RrY E JfcN
IXI.. XoremNe 2. Ili nntil Tl'LrnY M'R
IN'i. Iecemtr.r ,7. ISli. f.-ir the nvtaliart. - f i-j
nU'RTlf EMIIIHTION nK mVTEMpoR 1U
VMERirAN IL 1'UMlNi.S. F It M,I IRJ
Dim. tor no3D 21 2J 3
VIAYI SCIENCE OF HEALTH. NATURAL.
nccfurrK-al, .K&pacr f"- Apply by mall. :l
Colorado Blit Vrt lector for women T3dnadayt
at IJ0 t ra. 244-tf
Bet for Economy.
Best for Satisfaction.
CAt ynur grocer's. No cenramiers supr-h-d-
B. B. EARNSHAW Cf BRO..
Wholesalers. 11th aad M sta. s. B.
THOMAS Suddenly, on Tuesda
vember 19. 1912, at Staunton.
KDWAIU) EOND THOMAS
Ulli' B. and the late Kduai
Funeral services Prld.iv
ri j p. m., rrom tne resld.r
Mrs. A. B. Gotta. 17 Oreaon
nue. Interment private.
QE0HGE P. ZUItHOBST,
SI EAST CAPITOL ST
Established IUT. CBA8. 8. ZUBHORST Mir
J. WILLIAM LEE. Funeral Director
and Emhalmer. LtrerT In connectloa CcrcBiod.ous
Chanel and Modern Crematortcm, Mcdest nncea.
13 Pannajlianla Ave. nw, Telanbooe Mils t&
W. R. SPEARE.
IXNEBAL D1BECTOB AND EMBALUCX
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON. D. a
Phones Main Ut
FRANK A. SPEA.RE. Mv.
Of Even Daacrlptlon MMrrstalv Prlesd,
tlosral Dtsless araastal Dsslasa,