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SHE; WASHINGTON HEBJ&EM THURSPAY,
DECEMBER '5; 1912.
Hamburg Steak, lb.,
Bound .Steak, lb.,
Sirloin Steak, lb.
Boston Steak, lb.,
Green Sausage links,
Fresh Hams, small, lb.,
Country Style Sausage
Holly Brand Sausage,
Pickled Pig Tails, lb.,
New Sauer Kraut, qt.,
New Norway Mackerel,
Potomac Herring, doz.,
Smoked Finnan Haddie,
Brookfield Fresh Elgin
Creamery Butter, lb.,
Selected Eggs, doz.,
Extra elected and rraded
for TTclsBt and alet la
sealed carton, each egg
Sharp Cheese, lb.,
Old Dutch Market,
1)30 Ll. Air. .V. W.
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Slat and 91 Sla. IV. XV.
7th & Que Sta. Jf. XV.
1111 II St. ST. E.
133 North Capitol St.
30 Gau Are. '. W.
1033 14th St. NAV.
7th 6. B Sta. Jf.Ti,
1778 V Street N. W.
3113 14th St. Jf. XV.
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THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
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The (shop that sells the clererest of
, men's fixings for less.
M. LEVITAN & CO.
SM4 14TH ST. W. W.
VVearlTe Herald f3&000 contest votes.
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Electrical Supplies and Novelties,
We Che Vote to Ju Heralds ELCGS CaaSaB.
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"Osena" Said to Be Prevalent
Among Pupils of Public
BOARD OF EDUCATION "
. HOLDS SECULAR' MEETING
Body Appropriates $38.50 for Pur
chase of Trees ,for Christmas
The noses of the children of the public
schools are to 'be examined periodically
to detect the presence of "ozena." a dis
ease said to be prevalent among chll
dren. The examination will be conduct
ed under the charge of the Board of
Medical Examiners of the school sys
tern, and was authorized yesterday at
the meeting- of the Board of Education.
The matter was brought up through a
letter from Dr. Charles Richardson,
of 1317 Connecticut Avenue, who asked
permission to examine the children. Dr.
A. M. Davidson. Superintendent ol
Schools, laid the question before Dr.
Woodward. Health Officer, who recom
mended that the examiners make the
test and Dr. Richardson 'be allowed to
work In conjunction with them.
It was found that there was little of
Importance before the board, and It was
decided that there shall be no meeting
until January 8, unless something ncces
si tales a called meeting.
In honor to the memory of the late
Isaac Falrbrother. supervisor of schools
In the Eighth division, the Commission
ers will be asked to change tne name
of the Potomac School to the Isaac
Falrbrother School, and Mrs. Caroline
W. Harris Introduced a motion provid
ing that the Commissioners also be
asked to name the new colored normal
school No. 2 after the late George F. T.
Cook, superintendent of colored schools.
Protest Asralnat Snloona.
Mrs. Harris was anxious that the
board co-operate with the Anti-Saloon
League In trying to get the Excise Board
to refuse renewal of licenses to certain
saloon keepers who are said to have
located nearer some of the school build
ings than Is provided by law. She made
a motion to that effect, and It was ear
ned. The schools affected are said to
be the Henry, Polk. Central High, Mc
Klnley. Business High, and Dennlson
The board authorized the appropria
tion of S3S.S0 for the purchase of Christ
mas trees to be used In the klndergar
tens, and referred to the committee on
high schools the request of the Samuel
Gorton Chapter of the D. A R for the
use of one of the school buildings for
the production of the play "Clnderllla"
to raise money for educational purposes.
The Board of Examiners reported that
Miss M F Clayton and Paul A. White
passed the examination October 13 for
stenography and typewriting.
The following appointments were an
nounced Transfer Miss Marion Clark. English
teacher, from Eastern High School to
McKtnley Manual Training School.
Appoint Mrs. J. N Burton teacher
eighth grade temporarily
Grant leave Miss J. M Wharton.
Promote Miss L. M. Burket from
teacher second grade, Henry School,
fourth division, to physical culture teach
er In graded schools of first nine divi
sions. Promote Miss Rosamond Willson from
first grade. Abbot School, to second grade.
Henry School, fourth division
Appoint Miss E M Kerr teacher first
grade Abbott School, fourth division
Accept resignation of Miss M. II. Llp
pltt. Grant leave to Miss K. D Jones, teach
er domestic science, graded schools of
first nine divisions.
Appoint Miss F M. Delltvig domestic
science teacher, graded schools, first nine
Appoint Miss H M Jones substitute
teacher mathematics, physical geography.
English. Latin, and history. In white
Appoint Miss Ada Trumbo substitute
teacher millinery. McKlnley Manual
Appoint J. W Adams substitute Jeacher
of electricity. McKlnley Night School.
Appoint Miss Narene Elliott substitute
teacher, graded schools, first nine divi
sions. Transfer Miss E. R. Vandcrveer from
model teacher, second grade, Henry
School, to teacher fifth grade, Alftott
School, fourth division.
Appoint Miss J. A. Ramsey teacher of
second grade, Henry School, fourth divi
TRUE BILLS RETURNED.
Jury TtrlrtKa In Indictments
for Petty Crimea.
The grand Jury jesterday returned the
following indictments: William Jones,
housebreaking and larceny; William
Koesee, housebreaking and larceny;
Raleigh Barnes, grand larceny; Harold
Crawford, alias Reich, robbery. Arthur
Jackson, housebreaking and larceny
Charles W. Lacey. housebreaking and
larceny; William Johnson, grand
ceny: Paul Blart. grand larceny; William
Brown, assault with dangerous weapon;
John Smller. housebreaking and larceny
John Clifton, housebreaking and larceny;
Percy Hamilton, seduction; Jacob Basoff,
nonsupport of wife and minor child: John
Montgomery, housebreaking and larceny.
3In. Dome Wonts Illtorcr.
Frances W. Duffle yesterday filed suit
against John P. Duffle for absolute di
vorce, alleging misconduct and naming a
co-respondent. The couple were married
at Mount Pleasant. Md.. August 11. 1308.
and have no children. Plaintiff says her
nusDand is a lawyer, with a monthly In
come of SIM, -and asks to be permitted
to resume her maiden name. Frances G.
, To cirrtE A cold i?r one day
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A pierican Promoter
Js Through Floating
Big. Loan to China
W. Wendell Jackson, the American pro
moter who was chiefly responsible for
the flotation In- London last summer of
tha Bo-oalled "Independent" loan of
tX,000,000 to China, has severed his con
nection with tha project, 01 which he
was the originator. It was learned here
yesterday. Mr. Jackson slipped Into
Washington for a few hours Tuesday
afternoon, and left the distinct Impres
sion with whom' he talked that he was
through with promoting- loans to China.
It la understood that Mr. Jackson has
'transferred his entire Interest in the
matter to Crisp & Ca. bankers, of Lon
don, who acted as the financial agent
In the actual Issuance of the paper for
the 5.000.000 loan. At the time It was
announced that the loan would be for
taXOOCTOOO. and that the S5.lO,000 was
simply the .first Installment
IN LOSS BY FIRE
Annual Report f Chief Wagner
Says Total Damage Was 11
Per Cent of Insurance.
Fire loss to the District during the
fiscal year J312 was greater byi J3M.t06
than the loss of the preceding year, ac
cording to the annual report of Fire
Chief Wagner, submitted to the Com
The total loss by ,fire for the year was
JSC0.CL The total damage was approxi
mately 11 per cent of the total Insur
ance of 17,tM,S37. Twenty-eight fires
called for additional alarms Damage
caused by these fires amounted alone
to J7KK9. A loss of (14,137, according
to the report, was caused by 1,105 other
fires. ' ,
The report recommends the substitu
tion of motor-propelled vehicles for the
horse-drawn fire apparatus. The depart
ment now has one motor pumping en
gine, one combination pumping engine
and hose wagon, and one combination
motor hose wagon and chemical engine.
In accordance with the fire enters rec
ommendations, the Commissioners have
Included In their estimates appropriations
for the purchase of additional motor ap
paratus. Attention is directed in tne report to
the deaths of Capt. T J. Brown and
Private M. A. Downes. who were ktllnl
in the Washington Tobacco Company
fire. October II. 1311 Reports by I'. W.
Nicholson, fire marshal, and i nomas at.
Robinson, superintendent of machinery,
are attached to Chief Wagner"s report
Mlulnnnrr " " Iture.
Rev. Allen Moore, who has spent many
years as a missionary In Arabia among
the Bedouins, and who has charge of the
Bedouin stlon of the missionary ex
hibit of the "World In Baltimore. ' will
speak at New York Aenue Presbyterian
Church this evening. He will tell of the
conditions In the Mohammedan country
of Arabia. He will aluo bring with him
some costumes and other things with
which he will illustrate his talk. The
public Is Imltcd.
U. 8. Dn. Arrfailtnr. Wiallar nanis.
Washington D. C Dee. 4. 1913-0 IX n
The wtm dlatnrbancn will bm( eatwant and
lusa ralna Tbnradar in the Mtarfwln Vallar.
nil Thursday and KHdar In tlie Eam Mild,
The ralna will rrohablT rbanca to anowa Thursday
In the ration of tha Crtit Lain and the upjjrr
JliMbalmil and Miaaourl allot Orrr the Silh-
rm llaina fc-taln and tne Itoraj Jioumain inn
tlauan rtjlona. the weather will be srntrallj fair
Thnmlar and rndar
D-idllT cold weather win Ttrwnraa toe I'lai
htatea and the extreme timer lliiim alley
Thumdir. and the areat central tallea. the lake
lesion, and the bouthern Btatca rrwar.
37; 4 a. in.. M. 6 a
41. 11 noon. 4. 3 p l
47. 8 p. m.. 17. 10 p l
Hisbrit, 48 lowwt. X
Relatlra humidity I a m . , j p. m., SJ:
8 p. nt.. 94.
Rainfall (8 p. m. to 8 p. m.) 0 3: hoora cf nm
anine. 0. rer cent ot rcvalble aunthlne. 0
Temperature same date lart year Hifneit, J7.
Temperntnrea In Other Cltlea.
Temrerarorea In other citiea. tccethrr with tha
amount of rainfall for tba twenty.four hours ended
at 9 p. m. yeaterday, are as followi:
Mia. 1p.m. fall.
AaheaUIe. X C 62 4 M 04
Atlanta, fia K M C 0 68
AtUntw City, N" J SO S3 48
Rixurck. V Dak 48 3 31
Boaton. Max K U 4
Buffalo. N Y 4S 3 41
Chhao. in 48 42 0.01
Cincinali. Ohio SS 38 SS
dieyrnne. Wyo 43 31 22 0 10
Datrnpcrt. Iowa 44 34 40
IJenrer. Colo. SO 31 26 0.22
Dea Moinea. Iowa 38 30 38 0 01
Oiiliitli. Minn 31 30 31
GalTNton. Tex 68 60 60 OSS
Helena. Mcnt. - 36 32 22
IndUnarulM. Ind SI 40 48
JackaooTlIle. Fla 78 S3 TO
Kanxaa City. Mo 50 34 48
Utile Cork. Ark M 46 6 JB
Loa Aocrlcs. Cal C6 44 62
Maronette. Mich 38 30 36
Memphla. Tenn M 18 38
New Orleana. I 73 68 R
New York. N. T 48 38 46
North Platte. Xebr. 48 33 48
Umaha. Xebr 44 31 44
rtuUdeliiila. I'a U 40 19
mtabure. Ta 54 36 52
Portland. Me 46 X 42
Portland. Oref SO 40 46 0.M
Bait Lake City. Utah 32 30 32
M. Loula. Mo. 66 46 54
St. Tanl. Mfam 41 36 3
San Franeiaco. Ca 60 43 56
SralnjUcld. IU 53 40 18
Tacoma, Waah 48 .. 46
Tampa, Fla..... 82 63 72
Toledo. Ohio - 50 34 40
tickaburg. Mlaa 66 60 66 1.02
Tide Tablw. ,
To-day-Blzh tide. 11307 a. m. and 113 p. m.; low
tide. 520 a. m. and 6:03 p m.
To-morrow Hlsh Ule, 11 a a. m.; low tile, 6J6
a. m, and 7300 p. in.
TtalrO A. Kern. 30. 51 B 8t nw.
Ann 8. Peck. TJ. 233 X 8t
Lure W. Kelkcx. SS. 213 Pa. Ate. ae.
Ann 31. SefanlU. 72. 2921 24th St. Be.
Margaret Malooer. 38. 1110 23d St. nw.
Ethel M. Mitchell. 1? days. TM 121b. St. aa.
William Waddy, 9. I'rcedmrn'a HotpitaL
Henrietta Curtia. 53. 923 F St. aw.
Lawrence Green, 10. US 12th St. nw.
Charity Wuron. 48. 26B I 8L nw.
Julia Payne, 54. 1011 V St. nw.
Henry Moron. X. 134 29th 81. nw.
John E. Wilson. 49, 193 X St. nw.
William Butler, 38; IS3 23th St, nw.
Suaan Robtnaon, 55; Waahinston Ashtm'HoanitaL
Ucw Ford, 46, KH U St. ae.
Jamea C. and Juliet Roberuon. boy.
JlorrU and Ancle Cohen, boy.
John H. and Nannia E. Morrii. girL
Thomas A. and Jells M. Unnano, sirL
Wrnard C. and Hala O. Klaaaon, boy.
Herbert and Ethel 3f.-Hrtterin SirL
James B. and Dors Hardy, boy.
Thorns J., and Grace A. Urany, tfrL
Frank 8. and Welti Hammer, hoy.
Winiam B. and Jraale Herpy. tin.
roffilnco and Qrln Cnnsn, girt.
Hamuli B. ndMarle H. Bell-boy.
Henry Xi Ind Joaenhine W. Bailey. gtrL.
Samuel H. and Alice M. Baker, baa.
James and Agnes Uaila, rdd.
Socialist Representative Says They
Will Poll 2,000,000 Next
Peclarltur that 'If It had not been for
Mr. .Roosevelt and his semi-Socialist plat
form, the Socialists would undoubtedly
have polled iC00,C00 votes" In the last
election. Instead of 1.000.000, Represents'
Uve Victor Berger. the only Socialist In
Congress, predicted yesterday that the
new Democratic administration under
President-elect Wilson, would fall to .sat
isfy the people, and that there would
be a big industrial panic In the course
of the next two years.
The Reoubllcan party was smashed,
but the Democratic party was almost
repudiated, says Berger, analyzing tne
result of the election, and pointing out
that Wilson had 1,000.000 less votes than
William J. Bryan polled four years ago.
The Democratic party, of course." con
tinued Berger. will have all the Federal
offices for four years, and Is. therefore.
Jubilant. But It will also have all the
responsibilities and troubles during tne
next four rears that the Republican
party has had In the past. And the
Democratic leaders have much less In
sight Into economic conditions than have
the Republican leaders.
The South is Just waking up Indus
trially. It will naturally claim protection
for its 'Infant Industries.' Now, how Is
the Democratic party to make good on
Its platform pledgesT I shall say nothing
about Tammany as a factor in national
politics. Tammany's deeds win speax
But the Democratic party will also
have a hard position on account of the
high coit of living. A dollar to-day buys
as much of the necessities of life as M
cents did about twelve years ago. How
will the Democrats change that' But If
they do not change It, there will be a
political revolution two years hence and
four ears hence.
"As for the Bull Moose party, I differ
from the general opinion that the Pro
gressive party Is going to die because
Theodore Roosevelt was not elected Pres
ident of the United States. Roosevelt Is
not the Progressive party Moreover,
Roosevelt has shown Infinitely more, per
sonal strength than either Wllfon or
Taft There can he no doubt that If he
had been nominated as the candidate of
the Republican party In Chicago that
he would hae carried the country once
more for the Republican party A re
alignment of political parties In our coun
trj Is absolutely needed and has to
NO AMERICANS KILLED.
ltcialt of Itrcrut Tjphoon.
The recent typhoon In the Philippine
Islands may hae n serious -ffect upon
the supply of hemp for manufacture In
the United States, according to advices
received at the Bureau of Insular Af
fairs The bureau has cabled to the
Acting Governor General of the Philip
pines to ascertain just how large a por
tlon of the hemp area was destroyed
So far as Is now known, no Americans
were killed In the typhoon as It swept
across Lejte and Panay J W Green,
an American. Is reported missing, how
ever, and there Is much reason to fear
for his tafet He was en route from
tflbujan for Romblon In a launch when
last heard from He was mtnager of
the Crown Hard Wood Company. Ills
wife. It Is understood. Is now on her
way across the Pacific to Join him.
To Cnre Constipation
Don't dose the si stem with a lot of dan
gerous habit-forming drugs. Physicians
everjwnere arc now prescribing jtons
Lemon Sclrilltc the good-tasting seldlltz
ponder. All druggists sell It.
Alpoonao X Jonea. 3 of lUptow Mdls Va . and
Besie J Garr. a. cf lUptdan, Va Rer W I.
Cbarlei II Walleich 31. and Martha M Me
Daniel. 28 Rel Genet; A Miller
Rufua E. Vcung. 27. and Olia Willett. 23. Rer
John C Ball
Benjamin I Ma, 3ft and Audrey U ralmer. 23
Rer. G Ll Barard
Clarene P Itmeree. 21. and Enna M Mink. I!
Rer a.arle P Wile.
William R. IN-lter. 24. and Mary W. Meredith, 2L
Rit L. M Chamrer
John E. rawlell. 3. ef Baltimore Md . and
May B Ball 18. of Prince George County. Md
Rer It L. Pliltr.
John A Hallman. 23. and Anna E. Cola-rth. 27
Rer B II f.aw
Abraham It Si iker 29. and Kathrrin Mr
Craren. 28. Ixth i Ililladelphia. Iter Earl ll
Loua Zelmancff. 23. and Ilcua t orcnoff, 23. Rer
Arthur It. Jnhntnn. 39, of Shanghai. China, and
Mary L. Shnncr 35. i Frederick. JId. Ret. La
mont A Bower
Arthur It I hike 23 and Myrtle WiUiaraa. 22. both
of Fairfax Cainty m Iter Theron Outwater
John K. Kerrett . and Bertha C Konner. 30
Rer. Jalma II Buhrer
Arthur M I'liunmer. 28. r-f Iytonaiille. Md . and
llattie J Snjiler. 30. it Gaitherburg. JId. Iter
Allan P Porrr
Richard J Kirg 22, and Hatlie U Glaaieock. 23.
er K Jnhnaon
Willie T Martin. 32. ef Row Garden. Va.. and
Mary E Lacy. 33. cf 1'alla, Va. Iter. John E.
Chark-i E. flreer. 41, anil Edc L. Bowman. 33.
tier. w. i jicucnneT
V W. Barber. 30. and C. Ilitt. 21
II.' It. Liicaa. 23. and Annie Banka, 22.
W Meads 21. and Ella J Lmrrie, 28.
R Leagtca. 2C, and Bom Gamer. 19.
A Brown. 22. and Pearl K Brown. B.
John 3lartin (white), 38, and Plorrnca Twy.
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KELLOGG Entered Into rest on Tues
day. December 3. 191i at her resi
dence, 35 Pennsylvania Axenue
Southeast. Mrs. LUCY W. KEI.
IX3G. Born January 12. 1817.
Funeral serMccs at residence Thurs
da. December 5. at 3 p. m. Inter
ment Friday in Hartford. Conn
Please omit flowers. (Hartford papers
SAVILLE On Wednesday morning. De
cember 4. 1912, JAMES HAMILTON
SAVILLE. aged seventy-two years.
Funeral services at his late residence.
1C0 Seventeenth Street Northwest.
Friday, December S, at 2.S0 p. m. In
GEORGE P. ZURHORST,
M EAST CAPITOL ST.
Eatabaaoed IST. CHAS. 8. ZURHOB5T. Mir.
W. R. SPEARE.
rDNEUAL DIBXCTOIt AND EMBALMEK.
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON. D. C
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