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THE WASHINGTON HERAID. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1912.
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ir Elphonzo Yojings
Company
f 2315'2317 18th St.
Phone Columbia 88.
I Groceries
Wholesale and Retail
We Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
Deliveries Everywhere
We Ktre Herald 25.000 contest -rotes.
A Sharp Saving!
$1.25, $1.50, and fc -f Art
52.50 Razors... S
The very finest grades razors
that have a keen edge and keep It.
Sacrificed to make room lor new
stock.
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HARDWARE
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Pbon W. ST.
We clre Herald $35,000 contest votes
FRESH
MEATS
Table Luxuries. Elgin Butter.
DRURY'S
236 E St. N. E. Phone L. 497
We Glre Votea In TJ Herald a J3.000 Coolest.
For Health and Pleasure
Drink
Palmer's
Lemon-Kola
For Sale Everywhere.
ave the crown top pood for Her
ald contest votes for racy penny of
the prlee.
EWALD'S
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BREAD
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Just Like New
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wnen we repair our oia
shoes .Small cost, biff sav-
HOME SHOE
REPAIR CO.
719 Ninth St N. W.
Work Called for and Delivered.
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1G1AN TELLS
Dr. Charles E. Barker, President
Taft's Physical Trainer, Ad
dresses Y. M. C. A.
IAYS DOWN THREE EUIES
LEADING TO CONTENTMENT
Don't Be Angry Before Meals and
Take Plenty of Exercise,
Recommends Expert
Dr. Charles E Barker, physical ad
viser to President Tsft. In an address.
The Finest of All Fine Arts the Art
of Being Always Happy." yesterday aft
ernoon before the Y. M. C. A., laid down
some rules for attaining health and hap
piness. He recommended' exercise and
discouraged Fletcherlzlng
"How often we meet a man who seems
to be most highly placed and apparently
most favorably situated." said Dr. Bar
ker, "yet who seems to have suffered a
sort of catastrophe of character, how
often wo may note the loneliness he ex
periences, and the absence of real Joy.
"Yet It ia possible for any one to be
always happy, under any circumstances
whatsoever. I have seen men who were
born with a crouch, men who started
apparently with not a sunny spot In
them, yet they learned happiness as
they learned arithmetic unUl finally they
developed into the cheeriest and most
amiable of companions."
Definition of Happiness.
Dr Barker defined happiness as "the
state of being entirely fitted Into one's
surroundings until one completely har
morlzes with all the circumstances of
life." He gae three rules of obtaining
happiness
Always be well ph steal!).
Be absolutely content In your place
without losing ambition
Get Into relationship with God
"It is perfectly possible for any one
alwajs to be well," declared Dr Bar
ker "So long as the vital organs have
not been injured or their functions
changed by disease, anv one may ac
quire good health and enjoy it 363 das
in the year Good health is a matter of
good blood With the blood in perfect
condition, It is absolutel) Impossible to
catch any disease, no matter how con
tagious This statement Is the result of
jears of research and observation Good
blood may be obtained by exercise, taken
eerj da without fail, moderation In
diet, and a cheerful mind
Hit. at Kletrherlzliiit.
"The exercise should be designed to
stimulate the organs of elimination In
eating It isn t necesssr to Fletcheriie.
in fact if there's anything that will
make a man disgusted with his food
It's the habit of Fletcherlzing I know,
because I tried it.
"Don't get angr before meal time If
ou do, It will stop the process of di
gestion for an hour after The effect
of the mind upon the body Is enormous
Man) men have chronic Indigestion
simply as a result of worry, anger,
fretting, and irritation '
HIS DEATH ACCIDENTAL.
n. R. Harold Aapuyxtated While
Sleep I lit in (.eorse ton n Hotel.
A certificate of death by accident has
been issued in the case of R. B. Harold.
thirt)-flvc )ears old, an employe of the
Columbia Granite and Dredging Corn
pan), who was found dead in bed In a
hotel at 3S3 M Street Northwest ea
terda) morning
Harold was aph) xiated b) illuminat
ing gas while sleeping He left a gas
cock open when he retired There were
no circumstances to Indicate his act was
Intentional Harold was a widower and
had worked as a harness maker
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
C S Pet, of Agriculture Weather Barren
M aahineton D C -amday Not 21 1?13 p ra.
Tba disturbance that was off the irainia Capes
Saturday night has rnored to Connecticut with in
errajwd intensity causinc hUrh winds on the Middle
VtlantJc and New Lnfftand coasts. Tbe disturbance
that waa orrr Michiean has disapreared. but the
two together caused general rains and soowa over
the northern districts east of the Mtasirtin Itiier
In the South and West pressure is ffeBeralljr hib,
with fair weather.
There will be anow or ram Monday moetly snow
in N-ew ork and New Liurland. followed br fair
weather Tuesday Orer tbe remainder of the country
the weather will be generally fair Monday and Tues
day except in portions of tbe Northwest, when Ught
local snows sre probable Mondsy
Mann warnings sre displayed on the Atlantic
coast from Sandy Hook to Eastpnrt.
The winds along the New Lngland coast will be
high north, on the Middle Atlantic coast brisk to
high north diminishing by Monday night on the
South Atlantic coast moderate west and northwest,
on the Esst Gulf coast moderate north, on the
West Gulf coast moderate east, on the Lower Lakes
brisk northwest and west, diminishing Monday night,
on the Upper Lakes moderate northwest, becoming
reliable
Local Temperatures.
Midnight 4.:a.m.ria.m,t5 6am 13;
8 a. m.. C, 10 a. m., 41, IX noon, O 2 n. m , 4f.
6 n. m.. C, a p. m.. 30, 10 p. m., X Highest, IS,
lowest. 3T
Relatire humidity I a. ra.. M. 8 p. m.. 46.
Rainfall (8 p. ra. to S p. m.), 0.12. Hours of sun
shine, X9 Ter cent of possible sunshine, 49
Temperature same data last year Highest, 47,
lo-rest, 37,
Temperntnre. In Other Cities.
Temperatures in other cities, together with- tha
amount of rainfall for tha twenty foir houra ended
at 8 p. m. yesterday, are as follows.
Rain
Max. Mln. 8 p.m. fail.
Asbrnlle N C . . 40 33 34
Atlanta. Ga 46 34 38
Atlantic City, N J SS 48 40
Bismarck N Dak .... . 33 10 32
Boston, Mass ...... 38 45 03
Buffalo. I I IS 3S 33 0 2
Chicago 111 38 3 31 0 07
Cincinnati. Ohio 38 3) 38 0.K
Cheyenne. Wyo .... 52 25 38
Darenport Iowa. .... 34 28 34
Denrrr Col 3) 28 44
Des Moines Iowa. 34 22 28 0 02
Dulnth. Minn 30 22 21
GalTeston Tex M 54 82
Helena, Mont. 48 42 42
Indianapolis, Ind. 38 26 31 004
JscksouTille. FIs 68 54 5t
Kansaa City Mo 38 3 34
Little Rock Ark 48 40 44
Los Angeles, Osl 78 54 (8
Msmuette. Mich 33 32 30 0 03
Memphis, Tain It 40 40
New Orleans. La. M 53 61
New York. X Y 54 41 38 0 10
North Platte. Neb. 40 18 32
Omaha Neb 21 18 30 .
Philadelphia. Fa 54 46 40 0 33
Pittsburc. 1'a. ..36 32 33
Portland. Me 40 32 38 0 18
Portland, Oreg 50 38 48
Bait Lake City, Utsh-.. 48 X 43
SL Louia, Mo ............. 40 26 3
fit. Paul. Minn........ 34 24 28 ..
San Franciaco. Cal. 68 54 64
Springfield. Ill 28 26 36
Tacoma. Wash...... 50 46 46
Tampa, Fla. 72 62 60 ....
Toledo, Ohio 34 23 34 0 01
Viekaburt, Miss. 58 O 18
TldeTavble.
Today High tide, 320 a. ra.; 836 p, m. Low
tide, zi a, m.; zai p. ra.
To-morrow High tide, 826 a. m.; 934 p.
Low tide, 3.13 a. m.; 33)1 p. m.
Condition of the River.
Harpers Ferry, W. Va.. Nor. St PotomiO and
Phrninilr.il Hirers both dear.
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DR. CHARLES
WILSON MAY HAVE
TEN IN CABINET
Democrats Sure Department of Labor
Bill Will Be Put Through
the Senate.
The prospeefs are bright that President
Wilson will have ten, instead of nine.
Cabinet" positions to proffer members of
his part) Senator Borah of Idaho ex
pressed the opinion )csterday that the
Senate would pass the coming session the
Department of Labor bill put through
the Houe last summer
This view is quite generally shared b)
leaders In Congress The Department
of Labor bill was Introduced by Repre
senatatite Sulzer ot New York. Demo
crats are so certain that the proposed
new department will be created that they
have already launched tno or threw
booms for men supposed to be aallable
for the labor portfolio
Among those mentioned are Clfarles
T Xeill, Commissioner of Labor, and
Representative William B 'Wilson of
Pennsylvania, chairman of the House
Committee on Labor Mr. Wilson as
defeated at the last election
He was for many years prominent as a
labor leader among the coal miners of
Pennsylvnla Mr Nelll will have strong
backing for the place if it Is put at the
disposal of President Wilson
BURTON HOLMES' LECTURE.
Great Lock.
Panama Canal Dr
scribed nt Colombia Theater.
The great Gatun locks, the Culebra Cut.
the Pedro Miguel locks, and those other
familiar names which are associated in
the public mind with the Panama Canal
were made to mean a great deal at the
Columbia last night, here Burton
Holmes' lecture on "Panama" afforded
a capacity house an exceptionally clear
Idea of Just what Uncle Sam has done.
Is doing, and Intends to do in the digging
of the Panama Canal
Contrasting the methods and equipment
of the French regime with those of the
present, Mr Holmes by motion and still
pictures showed the Canal in various
stages The making and placing of con
crete used in building the great Gatun
locks, the enormous Gatun dam. now
finished, and the cutting of Culebra Cut
were graphically described, while the mo
tion picture showing the work of the
giant steam shovels in the cut coneed
some impression of the enormity of the
task confronting Col Goethals and his
associates.
The removal and dumping of the dirt
by means of the giant scraper attached to
the dirt trains proved but one of the
many examples of economy and efficiency
in the Installation of time and labor-saving
devices for work on the Isthmus
To give a better Idea of Just what the
canal will do when completed, Mr. Holmes
showed by moUon pictures the passage
of vessels through numerous other canals
In different parts of the globe, and for tho
purpose of comparison showed a liner
traversing a few miles of the Suez Canal
Mr. Holmes will repeat his lecture on
"Panama" at 3 30 this afternoon, and next
Sunday evening will have "The Glories of
India" as his subject.
FORTY WOUNDED MEXICANS
UNDER CARE OF U. S.
FORCES AT COLUMBUS, N. M.
Gen Steever )esterday reported to the
War Department that about forty Mex
icans. Inaluding both Federals and reb
els, were under the care of the United
States forces at Columbus, N. Mex.
Most of the Mexicans are wounded, and
all came to Columbus following the de
feat of the Federals by rebels at the
town of Palomas last week. The Mex
icans are being cared for with supplies
donated b the American Red Cross.
Gen Salazar, the rebel commander, who
has renewed his operations south of the
border, and who left Palomas Saturday,
Is reported to have declared that he
will take Juarez within twenty-five days.
DEATH RECORD.
WHITE.
Martha J. Hill. 71 years. 1808 Kalorama SL nw.
Marion S. Edgington, 70 years, Frorldenee Uosp.
Catherine V. Seibj. 64 years, S3 B SL ne.
Amy B. Klare, a yean, Garfield Hospital.
Charles Florence, 55 years. Wash. Asy. Hosp,
James A. Ruano. I years. 1290 11th SL se.
James M. Srrowlca, 61 years. Got, Hosp. Insane.
Samuel M. Donaldson, 4 months, 3X7 Darenport
SL, Tmnallytown.
Beagle Zangara. 1 month, 23 WUlow Tree Alley.
Cecelia Hennessy. - weeks. Froridesca Hospital.
COLORED. ,
Charles Parker, 53 years. Freedmen'a Hospital
Augusta Williams, S yean, 351 O St. aw.
Cecelia, Bombry, 3 yean. 7th and M Sts. aw.
CASTOR I A
for Infants and Children.
Tbe Kind Yon Hare Always Botgfit
Bears tho
SiSOaVtUXOOf
E. BARKER.
RED LIGHTS FOOL
NEAR-BY RESIDENTS
Pedestrian Sees Flickering at School
Exits and Some One Else
Turns in Alarm.
Red lights. Indicating exits to fire es
capes on the National Law School at S18
Thirteenth Street Northwest last night,
caused' residents in the vicinity to be
lieve the building was burning
Flickering in a draft from n open
window, the red lights were reflected on
window shades In such a way that a
pedestrian was InstanUy converted to the
belief that the school building was in
danger of destruction
A crowd collected and excitement grew
apace A man ran to No 2 Lnglne Com
pany In Twelfth, between G and H
Streets, and broke the news Capt Pat
rick Oulahan despatched Fireman Moxle)
to the scene Moxley saw there was no
flrc In a glance and hurried to the near
est fire alarm box at Thirteenth and 1
Streets
When he reached the box he discovered
that an alarm already had been sound
ed. In another minute the gong of fire
apparatus was heard and four engine
compnles, two trucks, the water tower.
and two chiefs appeared Just as thi
police reserves were departing a stranger
remarked
"I t'lnk dot dose red lights In dese
nelghboohud be a big noosance '
Capital in Grip
of Winter; Snow
for New England
Sharpl) nipping airs, dispelling the
warmth of Indian summer, brought
Washington folks last night to a rcallza
Hop that It was onl a rcpitc. Dot i
commutation, of winter that they were
enjolng The temperature, which had
hovered pleasurabl) around the even T0
mark Saturda) night, moved down Into
the thirties last night, ahd by midnight
seemed Intent upon the freezing point
With fair and colder for the prediction
to-da), the possibllttj of a cold Thanks
giving, posslbl) a white one. In the Dis
tr ct Is rather large New York and
New England ma have snow to-dav.
the Weather Bureau forecasts Locally
tho winds are expected to be brisk
northerl)
It Is notable that esterda)'s highest
and lowest temperatures were, rtspec
tivel). 43 and 37, compared with 47 and
37, respectively, for the same date last
)ear.
HOME RULE IN DISTRICT.
I)r. Thomas K. Will Ipraks from
Itellslons I'olut of View.
Home rule In the District from an ethi
cal and religious point of view was dis
cussed at the People's Church, 613 LouIm
ana Avenue Northwet, last night b) Dr
Thomas F. Will, executive secretary of
the District of Columbia Suffrage League
"To live the Ltrget life, people must
meet material requirements." Dr. Will
asserted "Poverty Is Inimical tq the
highest lite
"Because poverty and the conditions
Incident to It arc here, and because we
are barred from relieving them through
not having political powers, we aro mak
ing a political fight simply as a means to
an end
"When wo are given control of our po
litical affairs we shall start a campaign
to work out the economic problems, a
campaign to abolish the slums, control
the monopolies, and put tho city upon a
basis of benefit to the ordinary man.
"Then, appeals to the higher side of
man's nature will not fall upon deaf
cars."
PRAISE FOR NEWSPAPERS.
Rev. John Compton Ball, In Sermon,
Pros Tribute to Press.
Praise was given the newspapers es
terday by Rev. John Compton Ball, at
Metropolitan Baptist Church. In a ser
mon on "National and Individual Rea
son for Gratitude to God."
"We should be thankful for the spirit
ual awakening of the American press,"
said Mr Ball "Never before In the
history of this country has the newspa
pers devoted so much space to religious
news Jhe press Is doing a grand work,
and the people should thank God for.
what the newspapers have done and for
what they can do"
Monument to Dead Woodman.
About 300 members of Oak Camp, -o.
4, Woodmen of tbe World, went to Con
gressional Cemetery yesterday afternoon
for the unvelUng of a monument to the
memory of Samuel H. Mundell. a for
mer member. Benjamin F. Williams,
council commander, was In charge of
tha ceremony.
T. m.nni mini, in the world are used In South
jjjoasia. where there ia a coin worth one ten-thon-
sasoui pan oa an 4iuu j., .
states, when a wafer la circulated worm one-trn-Uwuaaadth
put ot a penny.
BULL MOOSE HERD
vCllLLED TO NMS
Senator Dixon Sends Out Invitation
for Jaithful to Gather
in Chicago.
GOSSIP OVER THE LEADERSHIP
Senator Joseph M Dixon Is counting
on a big Progressive gathering at Chi
cago next month, when there will be
two days of conferences and discussion
between the new party leaders from dif
ferent sections of the country.
Some of the Progressive Senators and
Representatives think that the date for
the meeting, December 10 and 11. Is
rather unfortunate for them, because
Congress will bo In session, and their
presence Is expected In Washington.
To avoid such an excuse If any be
offered for nonattendance Senator Dlx
o.n. as chairman of the national Pro
gressive party. Is sending letters to Sen
ators and Representatives who are In
sympathy with the movement, setting
forth that the meeting will be one of
the most Important in the history of the
party and pregnant with Its future de
velopment Since the election there has been no
formal meeting of the national leaders
of the Bull Moose part), and It will
not be possible for any such coming
together until next week when there
will be an Influx of politicians ot all
shades Into the National Capital
That there are differences of opinion In
the Congressional wing of the Progres
sives Is manifest by the attitude some of
them have assumed
The line of demarcation, of course. Is
not clearly drawn thus far but It is quite
apparent that the future of the Progres
sive Republican movement hinges entlre
1) on the question of undertaking to re
form and reorganize the old Republican
party on strictly Irogresslve tenets or
Joining the third party and dropping the
word "Republican" entirely as a party
designation.
Promises to I.n Folleite.
In this connection talk Is heard from
Western men that Senator La Follette
and his supporters will undertake to re
create the Republican party ami elim
inate all of Its stand-pat, ultra-conservative
and reactlonar) tendencies
In the opinion of some of the Wisconsin
Senator s friends he has already received
substantial assurances ot support for the
nomination four )enrs hence from some of
the stand-patters themselves Including
Senator Penrose of Pennsylvania
On the other hand, the radical Progres
sives seem determined to keep "in the
middle of the road ' and to go forward
from the Chicago meeting and organize
a campaign of education the like of
which this country has never experi
enced home of tho Progressive Senators, as In
the case of Senator Works, favor a sort
of compromise betwten the two divergent
views now existing In the Progressive
camp
Thne men incline to the belief that
within a ) ear, or at least before the cam
paign of 1914 opens up events will Justlf)
a union betwein each discordant element
of the Republican part)
BAND CONCERT TO-DAY.
By Cmted States Soldits Home Band.
John H M Ztnanrrmann, director, at
iAanley Hall 3:30 p. m.
PUOGR VMME.
March ' Mown Kairs . . Ball
Orerture amna llerold
Suite da ballet r-teny and Cleo
patra Gruenwald
helecti'.n The Qiaker ir! Monckton
Hag oilltr Bed l'IIT Lodge
Lartrpts from The rnchantrrsa Herbert
Finale Old Ironsides IUkemann
"The Mar spangled Banner
,tuillurr
The G I A G
Give Da
Auxiliary. No 115 to
the Brotherhood f Locomotive Kngi
neers to-night will open a series of en
tertainments with a dance at Naval
Lodge Hall. Fourth Street and Penns)l
vanla Avenue SoutheasL Members of
the committee on arrangements arc Mrs
Katie Brown. Mrs. W Henderson, and
Mrs B Smith
rl .'tM'.tI . M'.'l I HIIHtI
p
i; Garrison s hnecia s
Campbell's Tobasco 1 f) T
Catsup. .u" T
Campbell s Tomato 1 f a.
Catsup uv' X
Campbells Baked Beans Ifl-
with tomato sauce u a
1 First and You Sts. i
Phone Horlh 2377
T We stive Herald 125,000 T
J contest votes. J
.! ! i-.H'M-.44
TAKE
The first dese often astonishes tbe Invalid,
giving elasticity of mind, buoyancy of body,
GOOD DIGESTION,
regular bowels and solid flesh. Price, 23 cts.
TAVOTHE XMAS LINE IS
1 U I d COMPLETE-BUY NOW
J. A. BIRCH, 2153 Pa. Ave. N.W.
Cigar, News, and Novelty Store
We clve Herald S2S.00O contest votes.
Loans ,3
On Diamond.
Watches, Jerrelrr.
HORNING, 9th andP
Columbia Pharmacy
1401 H STREET N. E.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
P. O. Station S3. Tel. L. 1133.
-School Supplies, Magazines. Periodicals.
xsrancn a-osi-omcc.
1401 H STREET N. E.
Wl QlH otee to The Herald S S3 000 Contest.
A MALL'S is the Hardware
, Store with the complete
" stock and the little prices.
Small's Hardware Store, 713 7th St. N.W.
We Clr Votea Is Tha Brrald's CJ.000 Contest.
MEN'S SMART FURNISHINGS
The shop that sells the cleverest ot
men's fixings for less.
M. LEVITAN & CO.
3044 14TH ST. X. W.
We give Herald $33,000 contest votes.
ap ! !
uns n s
THE NEW
Second Floor
CvjTiUvecfcj CicrUvaVb style
TtiaSt.ndtrJ of Am.eioT
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER.
Hours:
CHASE'S
SCHUBERT PIANOS
AND PLAYER PIANOS
To save money, see
me before you bay,
and not afterwards
Sensational
1 PriceCutting
Don't confuse a low price wltn
a cheap article An) high priceJ
piano could be sold J200 to J300
less than asked for it.
We Manufacture
And sell you direct savinp; all
agents' profit, and give you a
factory guarantee
Nothing tyner in the World
Than a Schubert
Reference- People having used
our pianos for 25 )ears, to whom
)ou may speak
JOSEPH HALL CHASE PIANO CO.,
130T G ST. . Vs.
182S 7TII ST. .. W.
te. In The Herald
ALFORD'S
TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS
Bring back replies because each
order receives the same personal
attention. Irrespective of all.
You will find our letters free
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical errors, tee.
Yon can safely Intnut Impor
tant form letters to us. being as
sured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2.000 LETTERS, St.01
l AlPflDn IFTTFR nilMPANY
District National Bank Dnlldtng.
1406 G Street
Phone Main T508.
Grier's White Pine
Cough Syrup
differs from any other offered !
Washington. It Is unquestionably
the most successful treatment for
bronchial colds obtainable. See that
It bears the name of "Qrler."
GRIER & GRIER,
NINTH & NEW YORK AVE.
We give Herald SS2MXM contest votea,
352
Thanksgiving
Wines and Distillates
AT
Christian Xander's
90S Seventh Street.
The Choicest the Market
Affords Can Always
Be Found at
WEBER'S
4th and H Streets N. E.
We give Herald S33.000 contest Totes.
largest Morning Circulation.
v. '
Mmr , &
J JOSEPH II
IIAI.I. V
tllVsK. M
BOYS' SHOR
of the Greater Palais Royal.
Style
Norfolk and double-breasted Suits at
$5.00 are in all the Boys' Shops. Why
is it that your boy looks stylish in one
suit and not in another? This New
Boys' Shop $5 Suits have the acme of
"style," partly because they are made
to order, partly because the materials
are all wool, partly because the canvas
facings are shrunk, partly because they
are hand finished by expert tailors in a
great sanitary building.
There's another view the tens of
thousands of suits cut out by machinery
and given out to the denizens of New
York tenements, where the family resi
dence and workshop are one room.
Such suits cost less to produce but
they lack style and eery best attribute.
The New Bovs' ShoD $5 Suits have
and every best attribute.
8 to 6
G STREET.
Big Reductions
On Innumerable Pretty
Things That Would
Make Useful and Beau
tiful Gifts.
It will pay you to do the
Christmas shopping now and
profit by these attractive
values.
IMPORTED BEADED BAGS,
$1.50 to $50
LEATHER JEWEL BOXES,
50c to $20
GUARANTEED CLOCKS IN
LEATHER CASES.
S2 Value $1.00
SPECIAL MANICURE SETS IN
LEATHER CASE,
$1.00
We Repair Trunks.
Our men are experts who know
trunk construcUon thoroughly.
TOPHAM'S
On F Street 1219
EL
In Good Taste and Appropriate
la tbt flrtxi cf artfclts of Jewelry, Gold. Si!?cr and
mated Ware. Ctcictj Cut GUm Fleet. Ac. far vaV
iit$ er birthdiy crcMcts. From our larre and aalcct
array cf artistic and frttUly deaixsed articlea, ij
articlt nill plra tb rtxi fleet
COLE & SWAN, SSZV-wS-
We arlTe Herald C3.0OO contest vote.
EDUCATIONAL
VOICE CULTURE
SINGING
ELOCUTION
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
143 Eleventh St. N. E.
Lincoln 1739.
Washington School of Accountancy
Frofeuiocal (dotation In acrouctaocy. preparlES
let But oertlfleaU of certified public atxouatact
and for buaiDcaa adainittratlon. PrartlcaJ work
rtpecUIly adapt! to men employed during ths day
-Pff8 bulletin on request. Cavil or address, Dtreo
Itr cf Education. T. if. a A. 1JM a St. X. V, .
.uhiEgtou.
Hali-Noyes School
Day aod nigM. Co-educstlonal. Tenth year opvaa
Sept. 30. Graded, high, and busuieas couna. Also
ECTTai coacQirg ttaJogrje.
TaL M- ZTT
SPECIAL NOTICES.
IA I SCIENCE OP BEJUiTH NATURAL.
nonsurgical. 100-page book free Apply by mail. I
Colorado B-dg. SYeo lectors for iromca Wedseadajt
at I JO IK m. 2-ti
LEADING GROCERS HANDLE
Self Raising m,nd if Loolj '
, , i buekwheat leareoed JtsT
Buckwheat I woht
Cy t ycnir gTrxtrX No erjeisumrrs wpplied.
B. B. EARNS HAW Ct BRO..
Wholesalers, 11th nd M Sts. S. B.
DIED.
BKEXNAN On Sundty. Xo ember :.
I'll, at 5 4j a. m , at her resident e. 19
Sixth Street Southeast. MARI V T
BRENNAN. beloved daughter of te
late Richard and Catherine Brennart
Notice of funeral later.
KOPP on Sunday. November -1. WIS.
FRANZ KOPP. at his residence. -R
Street Northwest.
Notice of funeral later.
FUNEKAL DIRECTORS.
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
Sn EAST CAPITOL ST
EsUrjUsbed US7. CHAS. S. flBHOBSTMtr.
J. WILLIAM LEE. Funeral Director
aod EmtsUmer. IXrery to connection. Comraoilosa
Chapel and Modern Cremator'um. Modest prices,
a PamujlwmU Are. nw. T.lephons Msla USa.
W. R. SPEARE. "
FTJNEr.AL DIRECTOR lD EMIiVUIta.
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON D. t
Phones Main HT
FRAV'K A SPEARE. Manag.r.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
FUNERAL FLOWERS
Ot Cerr Deacrictioo-Uodcralal, Prtoai
GUDE.
arcsaral DtatrJss,
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