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THE WASHINGTON. HERALD. TUESDAY. 'DECEMBER 3. 1912.
Shoulder Chops, lb.,
Shoulder Roast, lb.,
Stew Mutton, lb.,
Loin Chops, lb.,
Bib Chops lb.,
Leg of Mutton, lb.,
Fresh Hams, little Pig,
Fresh Shoulders, Little
Pig, small, lb.,
Holly Brand Sausage,
Parr Pork and Pure Splcc.
Parked In one-pound
Country Style Sausage,
Fancy White Norway
Extra Large White Nor
way Mackerel each,
Swift's Premium But
terine, Hie only substitute for
Creamery Butter, lb.,
Extra aelrcted and grad
ed for weight and alzei In
sealed cartons, each eaB
Selected Eggs, doz.,
Sweet Florida Oranges,
Rutabaga Yellow Tur
Fine White Potatoes,
Yellow Globe Onions,
Old iHtch Market,
3It and M Sta. jr. v..
7h A Que Sta. 5. w.
1111 11 St. X. &
1S33 North Capitol St.
3420 Ga. Are. N. XV.
1935 14th St. X. XV.
7th &. B hta. X. E.
1778 V Street ST. V.
3113 14th St. X. W.
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SCHOOL SUPPLIES .
TjJtet stock arer carried. Alio Laces.
Dry Goods; Hosiery and m
KRS. J. A.MOUDY.
M30 Georgia Are. N. W.
We stirs) Herald tSSJBOO canteat votes,
"G. and M" Capsules-
Tlie surest remedy for COLDS and
GRIPPE. WW break a cold In a day.
Sent to your address on receipt of S
MERIT W.SMITH. 22d & Pa. Are. N.W.
W draTotes la Tba Bcnl4' SSjCSi Ormtftt,
Gold, silver, and plated ware
and cut glass articles are al-
wojra iu Eooa taste.
CUE & SWAN "SSflSKS
Weartva Herald IB&oeO contest votes.
"largest Soning Circulation.
"Man and Superman" Winners An
nounced at Columbia Thea
ter last Night.
MRS. HOLLETELD AWARDED $25
Last night at tha concluilon o the
second act of "Man and Superman' at
the Columbia Theater announcement was
made by the management from the
sure that the first prize of C5 In sold,
for the best essay In the Washington
Herald's Letter-Writing Contest, based on
Bernard Shaw's clever comedy In which
Robert Loralne Is appearing? all this
week, had been awarded to Mrs. H. B.
Holllfleld, of Hammond Court, whose
letter Is as follows:
"Shim," like the poor, we hate ever
with us. for it is. In truth, society's first
law. Mr. Shaw's desire lo paint a pic
ture to impress the public mind perma
nently has probably Influenced him to
put In his strokes a trifle boldly, but this
is but the prerogative of the artist. It Is.
Indeed, this feature of our "self-preier-vatlon"
that prompts us to stand with
backs against doors to closets containing
family skeletons, as well as to put In
evidence that part of the social anatomy
known as the best foot." Such tactics
are considered diplomatic and worthy,
but they are. ne ertheless. Just plain
"Laugh and the world laughs with jou,
weep, and you weep alone," Is society's
warning, and from sucn sentiments has
evolved what la seemingly a modern ne
cessity, viz. to look prosperous at all
hazards, and to answer the front door
btll with a cheerful countenance, al
though the wolf Is In very recent re
treat from-tha back gate. The business
of the Idle as well as the Idleness of
the bus). Is to sham, and we And It the
keynote to action on Wall Street, as
well as largely the open sesame to Idle
My American sisters do not "entice"
men Into marriage, but I claim for them,
through a descent from noble women
who made homes to spring In our prime-
al wilderness, as If by "magic from the
enchanters wand. ' a desire to av old a
singleness In which there Is little bless
edness They Instinctively 'charm' the
i anderer to the fireside of love and
domestic! t, but the song that brings
him Is not one of the siren, but one who
knows the song of "Home, Sweet
Home" I disclaim for the average
American mother an) thing more than
unwise zeal In wishing to obtain happi
ness for her child Restless, unoccupied,
dlscontended daughters so goad their
mothers that such conditions are met
I ow and then by negligence on the part
of the mother In properly considering the
an evldentl a necesslt to her girl s
happiness. Generally, however, that
greatest of blessings and keenest of de
tectives brings Into tlmelv Ilme-IIght
rascal seeking to purloin her ewe-
lamb, and mother-loe prevails.
There is. however. In our midst a wom-
on who Is not the average .American
mother. It Is she who coldlj gives her
sweet child, ladened with her heritage of
American gold, to a foreign title not
ladened with gold, brains, or energy ,
and the sequels we know too well, but
our real mothers And greatest Joy In
happiness reflected from their children,
and the exceptions, thank God, are too
foolish, fen, and reprehensible to merit
the consideration necessary to a fair
MRS II B ROLLIFIELD.
TALKS ON ADVERTISING.
Evert C. Palmer Glin Second Lec
ture of "Winter Series.
The Washington Ad Club gave the sec
ond of Its series of lectures last night
In the Southern Building The Adver
tising Man and His Qualifications ' was
the subject of Evert C Palmers talk.
vvnlch was Illustrated with lantern slides
Mr Palmer pointed out that the ad
vertising man first should alwavs tell
the truth about the product he adver
Uses and second, he should studv psy-
chology In order to understand how to
impress his facts favorably upon the
mind of the average persons or class he
wihes to reach
The third factor, he said, must be the
personality of the advertiser
This is the second of a scries of elev
en lectures to be given b) the club this
winter All business men and others In
terestcd In advertising are Invited to at
tend The next lecture, "The Structure
of An Advertisement." will be given
Johnson's Hearing; ilvnncccl.
Jack Johnsons motion to advance for
early hearing his arrest In Chicago for
alleged "white slave" law violation was
granted yesterdaj by the United States
Supreme Court He asked to nave the
Illinois Federal court s refusal to re
lease him bj habeas- corpus proceedings,
before his, ball was approved, considered
with several other "white slave cases
on January 8. Legality of the Mann
"white slave" law Is Involved In the
Clanrrh W omen Plan Baiaar.
A Christinas bazaar will be held be
tween December 4 and 6 bv the women
of the Ingram Memorial Church. The
booths, of which there will be about
eight will be In charge of young women,
and will deal In all sorts of things ap
propriate for Christmas gifts Between
530 and 7 o'clock at night dinner will
be served. The bazaar will be held for
the benefit of the church.
Honienarmlnc for evv School
Tha Handle Highlands Citizens' Asso
ciation will give a housewarmlng recep
tion at the new Rand'e Highlands pub
lic scnooi next baturday evening. Offl.
cialso of the Board of Education and
several Congressmen will address the
The old-fashioned Seldlltx Powder
with a Lemon flavor added Ask your
Druggist for Holt a Lemon Seldlltx. the
right kind. It's unequaled. Costs no
Capital ................ ctroocq
Undlrlded Profits Orcr .... 1OTOT
Deposits Pier TJXBJOXI
If You Have
during the present jear,
you will have money for
Christmas. If not, you should
profit by the lesson learned
and start an. account in our
.Banking Dept '
SAME RATE of Interest paid
on both large and small accounts.
and Trust Company.
Corner 15th and N. Y. Ave.
REVX&SES .LOWES COURT.
Chief Justice Shepard Acta In Cot
ton Improvement Company Case.
Chief Juatlca Shepard, Of the Court of
Appeals, yesterday' reversed the action
of the lower court In dismissing the bill
of Wlllard D. Doremua and-Addison Q.
DuBols to set aside a voting trust In
the stock of the National Cotton Inf
provemtnt Company and the General
Cotton Securities Company, because of
allege collusion between that litigation
and a suit for S1.S0O.O0O for alleged slan
der brought by Daniel J. Sully against
John Hays (Hammond.
The court held It was error to. dlsmlts
tboJblll because of the belief, that Sully
had Instigated It against the other de
fendants, and he. therefore, reversed the
decree, and remanded the cause. The
plaintiffs get a "reasonable time" to
amend their bill and to obtain service
of process upon John P. Miller. It Is
stated In the opinion that Miller Is a
necessary part to this determination.
MUST GIVE HIS NAME.
Mlsaonrl Supreme Court on Automo
The West Publishing- Company, of St
Paul. Minn.. In Its "Cases of Interest,"
gives the following; under the heading.
'In Automobile Accidents Driver Must
"The constitutionality of a statute Is
assailed In ex parte Kneedler, 147
Southwestern Reporter. 9SS. on a some
what technical ground. The statute
provides that any person operating a
motor vehicle, who. knowing that in
jury has been caused, leaves the place
without stopping; or giving his name.
4c, shall be guilty of a felony. The
contention made is that auch statute Is
Invalid, because it violates the consti
tutional provision that "no person shall
be compelled to testify against himself
In a criminal cause." The argument Is
that the driver may be charged with
the crime of culpable negligence, and
that the Information exacted by the
statute In queatlon may be used as evi
dence to establish his connection with
the Injur). The Supreme Court of Mis
souri meets this argument with its
own: That the statute Is a simple po
lice regulation Because the driver dis
closes his Identity is no evidence of
guilt, but rather of Innocence. On the
contrar, flight Is regarded as evidence
of E-uIlt The court holds that the atat
ute Imposes a proper restriction and Is
WOULD PENSION EX-PEESIDENTS
lie Forest Introduces Bill to Give
Former Cxecnttvra 2,000 Month,
Pensions for ex-Presidents, their
widows and orphans, are provided for In
a TjIII introduced jesterday by Repre
sentative De Forest of New York The
bill proposes to authorize pensions for
ex-Presidents at S? 000 a month, their
widows $1,000 a month, and all minor
children. In case the parents are dead,
tax) a month
Mr. De forest also introduced a leso
lutlon proposing a constitutional amend
ment, under which the tthure of the
President would be limited' to a single
term of six jears. The New York mem'
ber Introduced a third bill repealing
the newspaper publicity feature of the
post-omce appropriation act of the last
HEIRS' SUIT DISMISSED.
fnnlilr to Break. Will of Rear V.
nilral Levin 31. Porvell.
The suit of the helrs-at-law of Rear
Admiral Levin M Powell to break his
will setting aside a portion of his estate
for the establishment of scholarships In
George Washington and Johns Hopkins
universities for the education of pros
pective naval cadets failed before the
United States Supreme Court esterdav
The court upheld the decisions of the
District Supreme Court, declaring the
M mill 1GB LICENSES.
Alriandro Herqninir). X. and Malrina de rena.
IS. Iter Thctnll 8 Lee
Frederick C Malkus. 3. inl Lull Belniscn. U.
both of Baltimore Md.
Milton A Heldrr 3 and tula M Thompson. M.
Iter Eraol U Wooif
Jrwri C Hnsbes. 5. of White Port. V .. and
Ells V Perkie. 3 Iter It. tt Uxrrlc
IKn J I'ottrr 30 and Mrj DcurUs HsU-hinmi
3) both of Ulrfamond. V Ilrr J Housing Vlmi
Mirsaret A Cramer Zt of Frederick Md., iDd
Mibrlle F V rater. , of Mount Morris. 111. Rer
John T Huddle
John Q vnditwi. S. of Cumbrrlmd. Md.. and lil
ban M Btxion. X. of Mwm-ii. Vi. Rer Cbirin
Robert L. Canrtt r. of Glen Echo. Md , and
Marr V. Shoemaker. IS. Res. M. V i tailing
John C Hcblorb. C and Ancle Flahcrtr. 3 Itn
H O rolu.
TalUr TV. Latham. X and Marr E OUlttr. IS.
Krr Jamra T Marshall.
Charles S. Zurborst, 2. and Ewioelta S Schroe.
der a. Rer Arthur H Johns.
William Comcton. 53. and Blanche N Le Roox.
36. or rroriaence H I. Her U. It. "Wtaon
Itohrrt I- bbipler & of rYrdmck. Md and EIU
V Moisture Res CJiarlea F 8t.
Wilbur C bhrrhnd 3, and Alios L Millf. a.
both of Fredericksburg V a.
C Clark 22, and Louis Grtro, 2?
S, E. Ilummrr 27 and rare Colbert, 25.
J Lewis, 25 and Marion Harris 32.
A Minor. SO. and lrlumbia Tacr 49
L. L. Tailor. 3 and Ldith Colrman 21
Adam A and Ellen E. Wcschkr girL
S ltnij and Lillian M VAalkrr Ctrl.
Louis H. and Dolhe A Walsh, clrl
Chnvter A. and Mamie Van Horn. glrL
(iuerpc and Antooia Torrrrrossa, boj
Franeii A and Mary A Tonrns. girt.
Frangesco and Gamma Tana. girt.
John J N. and Jesale D Bcbastint girl.
Jama J and Katherlne M Rnn. gtrL
Clamxe and Alice rbtlps, girt
Thomas M. and Catherine O Connor, gui.
Charln H and HrUrn D Murphr. boj
Joseph and Marr E. Matheva, bor
Harry C. and Annie M King. girL
George l, and Marr A. Kerns. girL
Arthur P. and Hattie M Hkbrell. buj.
Joseph F and Mar K Kriri. bur
VMUlam L. and Ada Jackson, boy
James C and Ulllin M. Hsteher. boj
Walter C and Emma Haines, bor.
Uioiechtso and 8arrrte Dl Blast, bor
Frank H. and Viola DarU. rirt.
Laurence A. and Catherine. Downer, boy.
William R. and Vera V. Orate. girL
Walter B. and Lena A. Carter, bor.
James A and Modena E. Burns, bof
I'aolo and Maris Aqulnno, bor.
Andrew and Era Williams, clrl
Otho W. and Julia, K Bummerrtllr. bor.
Percr A and CUra M fimallwood. bor.
Unvood and Fannie Jeffries, girL
John W. and Estelle Green. girL
Hoirard and Minnie Gordon, girt.
Thomas and Minne Fulcher, bor.
William and Dots Doner, girL
William and Flossie Coats, boj.
DEVI II TtECOHD.
Bernlce G Wade.9 rears. 3XS Mt. Pleasant St.
jecrce Mjera, S2, SOS H JL n
George Green. C KH 11th St. sw.
Henrietta. Hodgson, 7X 320 inng 8L ne.
Itaaa Mjm, a. Georgetown Hospital
Dennis A. Gates, 71. Caaualtr HmrtUi.
EnphrssU Fraochione. SO Garntld Hospital.
Michael J. Thompson. 3S, 25M Shermao Art aw
Charln D. BrUL a. ms Ga. Are.
Emma Hares, O, 222 Llnworth Place aw.
Elisabeth A. Martin. JSlMs Bates St. nw.
Charlet S. Keeper. n7S Bth St. re.
Edward A. Keeler. 7. ea.Webster St. nw.
Daniel McArttT. 68. m H BL nw.
Howard R. Tailor, St, a N. T. Are. ne.
Georga W Webb, Jo, Gorernment Hospt. Insane.
Elsie A. Horn, ( montba, 62 V a. Are. aw,
Georn W. Robinson, tl Tears. Hcnut trw i ..j
Warner VT Beed, A 1638. rd St, nw.
Edward Williams. 63, Etsergencr HoiriUL
Edward Bracsstont, 5S. Boldlert' Home. n. c.
Juha Scott, 7 dajs, 25 G 8L nw.
PILES CURED IX 8 TO 14 DAYS
TourdrussDrt will refund rooner U PA2Q 6lVr.
MBSr fall, to em any cast of ltcJuat. Mtai
U4b or pistraltog ttlm tat uu fan. Hh
OF SEYEN HOIES
Contlnned from Paste One.
utti. Thl Is a new record for house
breaking In the National CapIUL The
buwlary outfit of the outh wm a hand
kerchief worn over the face, so as to
conceal his Identity, a heavy caliber- re
volver, and a small pocket flashlight.
Tb handkerchief wa white, and fas
tened beneath the eyes, while the brim
of a dark cap was pulled down over the
At 1 o'clock In the morning- be waa
discovered trying; to force open the street
door of the house at 712 Tenth Street
Northwest. Miss Fannie I. Qalt saw
him and screamed. The youth Jumped
to one aide and his kerchief mask slip
ped from his face. He (crabbed kerchief
and cap In hand and fled. Miss Gait
believes she can Identify him.
At 2.30 o'clock Philip Slater, asleep In
his room at IMS L. Street Northwest,
awakened to find the rays of a flash
light blinding- him. A voice said: "Don't
move or holler or I'll shoot." Slater re
mained speechless and motionless while
the Intruder crept from the room and
ran from the house.
Awakes Up Actress.
Half an hour later Miss Dorothy Del
weller and Miss Jane Kearney, vaude
ville actresses, awoke In their room at
60SV4 Thirteenth Street and at once pulled
the covers over their beads to shut out
the dazzling- glare of an electric light
The girls heard a man's voice demand,
on penalty of death, to be told the hid
ing place df their money. One of the
joung women suggested that he look
In the top bureau drawer.
They saw him standing by the bureau
looking at a photograph. He took up
a Bmall purse and extracted Its only
contents 3 cents. One of the pennies
tell from his hand and rolled on the
floor. Then the youth opened the drawer.
tooK out a roll of bills containing S19,
and put It In his pocked "I'm doing
this because I'm hungry and need the
money," said the burglar. "How about
usr asked Miss Kearney. "Do you
want us to go hungry!"
"No. little girl." said the burglar, tak
Ing a SI bill from the roll and tossing It
on the bed
'Gee. jou're generous with my money!"
said Mls Kearney.
"You're all right, kid." said the burglar,
laughing 'Shake hands with me, but
don t try any funny stunts, or make any
noise, for I don t want to hurt you,"
continued the pleasant Jimmy Valentine.
With these words, the jouth left the
room The girls made no outcrv, and
he had left the house, unmolested, In a
Shook. I'robaM) Shook.
Ten minutes after the thief had bade
good-night to the actresses he appeared
In the boarding house of Miss Rose Trun
dle, at 909 Thirteenth Street Northwest.
He awakened Mr and Mrs Henry Clay
Shook b demanding that the tell where
to find money, meanwhile keeping the
electric glare In their eves. Shook tried
to get out of bed, but la) back again
when he felt the cold nose of a revolver
against his ribs Shook said there was no
money In the room, and the Intruder
departed, declaring he would kill the
couple If they gave the alarm before fif
teen minutes had passed
Capt Edward C Kittle, dean of the
engravers at the Bureau of Engraving
srld Printing, a veteran of the civil war
and a well-kDonn resident of this clt).
was awakened in his room, which Is
mar the room occupied bv Mr and
Mrs Shook Capt Kittle heard the talk
ing and started to leave his room to
Investigate He found he had been
lucked In. the burglar turning the kev
en the outside of the door. When Cap
tain Kittle aroused a fellow roomer and
faired his release, he discovered that the
intruder had left the house
In a few minutes the twentv-nve per
sons living In the house were aroused
end a search was made II was found
that the culprit had stolen II 50 from
Captain Kittle s room and 45 cents from
Mr Shook A pair of shirt studs of lit-
value also was taken Within
twentj minutei after the burglar had
lift the house he appeared in a rooming
bouse at 1391 K Street northwest, con
ducted bv Mrs. Mar) E Coston Flftj
live persons were asleep In the house.
le burglar selected the room of
Frederick Blanchard an employe of
the I'nlted States Fish Commission, and
entered Blanchard jumped out of bed
when the flashlight fell on his face, and
started to grapple with the Intruder. The
burglar retreated saving. 'Ill shoot to
kill If you start an) thins
Blanchard cried oU, a, , he man left
the room but the culprit had gained
the street before persons on the loner
floors reached the corridor
It was about 4 o clock when Mrs R.
Hamilton WIIH-ims was awakened In her
room at her home at Tenth Street and
Grant Place Northwest by the flashlight,
bhe wras so startled the screamed Invol
untarily, and the thief, also frightened,
ran from the room, down the steps, and
Into the night He next awakened Miss
Ethel Starns. appearing In her room at
KE H Street Northwest, about fifteen
minutes after he ran from the home of
District Employe Bankrnpt.
William H Thomas, an employe of the
District government, residing at IMS U
Street Southeast, jesterday nied a peti
tion in voluntarv bankruptcy, listing his
debts at $773 il. and no assets beyond his
The United States exported mora than
IS00000 long tons of anthracite and
more than nsonnro long tons of bitumi
nous coal last year.
College Shoes for
Black and Tan the Wonderful
il to :
2 to 5H
2 to 5U
2 to 5H
Play Shoes for Boys and Girls
S to 11 2 2E and 2 50
11 to 12 2.50 and 2.75
12 to 2,.... 2.75 and J 00
24 to 7, boys only J 25 and 4 00
Arthur Burt ,Co., 1343 F
"Onyx" Hose, for Boys sad Girls.
We arlre Herald tXfiOO eoatest rotes.
A10HBISHQP IS ELECTED.
Dominicans Choose Churchman tor
President of Republic.
TV. T. 8, .Doyle, Special United States
Commissioner to tha Dominican Repub
lic, cabled the State vDepartment yester
day afternoon that Adolfo Alejandro
Nouel, Archbishop of the republic, has
been elected president for a term of
two years, beginning' at once. "
This election, following the resignation
of President Victoria, completes tha pro
gramme of adjustment worked out by
Special Commissioners Doyle and Brig.
Gen. Frank Mclntyre, -who were sent
to Eanto Domingo blty to unravel the
tangled situation which existed' In Sep.
It Is expected that Commissioner
Doyle will return to Washington In a
few days. Commissioner Mclntyre and
S0 United States marines already have
started for the United 8tates.
The custom-houses along the border,
closed through the operations of the
.revolutionists, win at once be reopened.
MAHT G0VEBN0RS COMmG."
State Executives Will Confer with
Over half the Governors of the vari
ous States of the Union will assemble
at the White House on Saturday, follow
ing their conference at Richmond. Va.,
on the Farmers' Credit System, concern
ing which Myron T. Herrlck. American
Ambassador to France, came home from
Paris to talk to them.
The Governors will come to the White
House lata Saturday afternoon, and will
be received by the President, and will
confer with him concerning the Intro
duction of a system akin to tho "Credit
Francalse" In this country, whereby a
fanner can borrow money on his land
from the government. This Is one of
the President's pet schemes, and he will
earnestly urge Its adoption upon the
CHILI) WELFAEE DISCUSSED.
Conference of Asaoctated Charities
Hears Varied Phaaes of Work.
Varied phases of child welfare were
discussed yesterday afternoon before the
West End district conference of the As
sociated Charities, at Its second month
ly meeting at the Y. M C. A. Building
Rev. Dr. Wilbur V Mallalleu, pastor of
Union Methodist Church, presided, and
Mrs. C. W. Kanolt acted as secrctsry
Dr A. J McKelway, secretary for the
Southern States of the national child
labor committee, spoke on "Child Labor
In the District. ' and was followed by
Judge William H De Lacy, who treated
the same subject. Louis Merrlam. as
sistant director of the Children's Bureau.
spoke on the work of the government
organization In which he Is an officer
Miss Sarah Matter described the work
of the Christ Child Society, of which she
Is an officer
C Y. Johnson, secretary of social serv
ice of the Y M C A., waa elected
chairman of the conference, and Miss
Helen NIcolay secretary
D. 6 VrpL. of Acricnltnre. W tier Bareta,
Uuhtngtoa, Moultr, Decrmtwr 28 p. m.
Tbe Umprntnr will be lover Tundtr in tb At
lantis BUt and WAlaeatliT In tn Northwest.
will riM Tundar In tbe Ircw Mks&lrri WW
Tb vfads alone the rw EoKUnd OaU will be
mMmte wff t and north wpt on tt Middle Atlantic
Out modmi writ on trwi South Atlantic and
Lajt Riilf maita IlrM to moderate variable on
We (ulf Coast mMerrmte eat and Mxrtheaat, on the
Lower LAkce moderate wert, twrominc smith on
Unnrr Lake mndfrUe TanaMe tcoaunr acuta
Hteemers drrtinz Twdaj for Kurorean porta
will tntv modrraie writ winds and lair weather to
tbe Grand Banks
Uidsieht. O 3a m. 'a m. 436a.m. 42,8
m. 44 10 a. m 47 13 imon M I p. m.. 59 p.
M 4 a. m. 57, 8 n. m. SS 10 p. m., SB. Ilirt
ret 59 lowest, 36.
KeUttTc mimidltj-- . m 96 2 p. m. 73 5 p. ocu.
Rainfall (8 p. m. to p. m. t OIL, Hoars of ca
iin- 0 prr cent of pnnniMe wnihine 0
Temperature same date last jear Highest, 4S: low
Temperattnrea In Other CItlea
Twnprratore In other dtlee tocetber with the
amount of rainfall for tbe twenty four boon ended
at I p. a. rerttroaj, are aj loliows
Max. Mln. 1p.m. falL
5A t: 54 0 18
S3 44 58 0 10
5 19 54 CIS
tlantic Cltr X
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Dee Moines loea
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New Wk N.
North nitte tbr
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Salt Ute Cltr Utah
PL Louis. Mo
St Tanl. Minn
San Frandar Cal ...
Tampa, Fla .. .
To-dar-Hlih tide S a. m. and 10 p. m , low
tide, 328 a. m. and 43 p m
Tomorrow nigh tide 10J0 a m. and 10X p. m.;
low tide. ISt m. and its p. m.
Condition of the Water.
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order receives the same personal
attention. Irrespective of size.
Tou will find our letters free
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical errors. &c
Tou can safely intrust Impor
tant form letters to us. belne as.
iiured that they will be carefully
sdlted and delivered on time.
2,099 LETTERS, $1.9)
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
Dlstrl.t National Bank Bullosas.
1406 G Street
Phone Main 73001
Fine Diamoods and VVstcbea. rsUbltshed XTi
A COOD POINT
IS TO SFLECT HIIR XMAS GIFTS EAR LI
and won them beiere tho nisi) tqr paring a
small amount To enccurase early shopntng we
ar. offering special Tsluea in Ladies and Ge&ls
Solid Hold Walrh'K
LAD1CH' 11-hT. IILAVT SOLID COI D
WvTCHFS, handsome carred of plain rti,
latest Urtn or Wsltham morrmenis; RIX.L
lR WAALIF. -itClAU CUa
(JKTS lt-KT 1UD 11L1 OI'EN FA( K
.WATCHFS, lslrt thin model Elgin morements.
KEGLLAU S3 VLII. SPECIAL. (MS
JEWFLUt WD SILVERSMITH
823 G St. N. W. Phona M. 424 3-Y
We aire Herald tSSAOO contest votes.
Martini and Rossi's
909 Seventh St.
BEE HIVE MARKET
Large Can Corn , JJ0
Raisins, 3 for. ' Jjc
Citron, pound i8
Tomatoes. S cans . -
Oth and 3f Slrrets.
Phone N. S3M.
We air Totea tn The Herald EJ W Contest.
HORNING. 9th and D
Mo Storage Charges for
Reasonable futrn an starasts kanllaat,
sad paeklaz.Batlraate (uralabed. 4C.
UNION STORAGE CO.,
VbamJ M. 4374. 1011 Pa. aVva,
Wt flirt u la Tts Ucnla ps,0U tootast.
Greater Palais RoyaL
Let uncle, or aunt and others
give jour boy the Christmas pres
ents that will please his whim of
, the moment It is for you his
parents to train him in matters
practical and sensible. Why not
Clothes for his Christmas present?
For Senior Boys
' of 7 to 18 years.
For Junior Boys
of 2s3 to 10 years
To-day's Bargain Spots Rarely
good Overcoats for senior boys at
$5.00 and $7.00 and Convertible
Overcoats for junior boys at $3 95
and $5.00. "Convertible" means
that the collar can be turned up or
down suitable for foul and fair
8 to 6 G STREET.
ERE is a bargain
we offer, also Gas
Stands as low
as $1.65, Electric
same price, both complete.
We loan you this handv
$2 50 portable on a week's
616 12th 1204 G
Phono Mala 140
$2,000 contest rotes.
Washington School of Accountancy
Proftstiooal education la accocEtujcy, trvparlsi
for 6UU cwtlicaU at errtld public accountant
iii for buiiacsa aAminlatratlon. Practical1 work
npcciallr adaptttl to men caplarad dmtn Uia daj
IS-paff buUetla on requnt. Cafl or addnaa. Dirro
tcr of Education. I. M. C A., D O SL N W
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES
C QemiUi St ce. Lincoln 1"3?.
SIAVI SCIENCE OF nrALTB ATCllAU
Bocsurgirsl. 400-page book tree. Apply br mail. 9 I
Colorado Bldg. iteat lertox tor vomen. Wsdncsdajs
at IJ0 p. m. IN-tX
NO CONSl MERS SUPPLIED
print to keep on hand
an ample suppljr o( MILLERS
'elfKaism: Buck.brat It in
grratrr demand ererj day smnasf
reorle desiring T1IE BEaT
B. B. EARNSHAW S BRO..
WboleaJiIera. 11th aad V Sta. s. E.
BRACKETT On Mondaj. December X
1?1A at 7 to p m . at his residence,
1310 Rhode Islard Avenue Northwest.
"JOHN EL.1 BRACKETT, M D , In
his sixt-ixth ear
I-uncrul from his late residence, Wed
nesday. December 4, at 3 p m
rRILL On Monday, December 2. VK.
at 19 o cloik. at his res'dence. l
Ueorgia Avenue. CHARLES O be
loved husband ot Clara M Brill
Funeral from his late residence on
Aedneda. December 4, at 2 p m
Relatives and friends Invited to at
tend KEENE Departed this life on Mondaj
December z. lsir. at a J p m . at ner
residence. 1004 O Street. MARY
EUZABETII. beloved wife of Thom
as P Keene.
Services Wednesday, December 4 it
4 o'clock. Interment In Lanham. Md
Thursday, upon tho arrival of the
train leaving Washington at 10 Ua
a. in Klndl omit flowers.
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
SO EAST CAPITOL ST
Established VS. CHAS. 8. ZCBHOR3T. Mrj.
3. WILUAM LEG, Funeral Dlreeto
and Embalmer. Ltrrrr ta eonnection. Commodlaos
Cbaptl and Modern 4ematortnze. Modest pnea.
tS fnnailvssta are nw. Telephone atain Usa.
W. R. SPEARE.
Ft NEK AL DIHECTOI? AND EUBALMER.
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTOV, D. C,
Phones Main St
FRANK A SPEARE. Mansrf-r.
Ot Eicrr Dtsgiptlcn-ModcrKslT rrlesd.
tacnl Dolt. Tmmal THm
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