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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SATURDAY. PECEMBER 7. 1912.
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Baroness von Suttner Entertained
by Trustees of Carnegie Peace
SENATOR BUBTON PREDICTS
Representative Bartholdt and Other
Speakers Greet Austrian
A dinner of 16S covers was Kiven last
night at Rauscher's by the trustees of
the Carnegie Endowment for Internation
al Peace In honor of the Baroness von
Suttner. of Vienna, author of the famous
novel entitled "Lay Down lour Arms,
which occupies the place In thfe peace
movement that Un le Tom's Cabin ' oc
cupied In the anti-slavery movement
The baroness influenced the late Alfred
Nobel to Include a peace prise among
the prizes which he established b hti
will, and In 1905 she herself received the
peace prize, amour-tin-- to J40 000. for her
After words of welcome in behalf of
the trustee for the guests, and special
words of recognition for Baroness on
Suttner, James Brown Scott, secretary
of the endowment, introduced Senator
Theodore Burton of Ohio, president of
the American Peace Socletj
Senator Burton assured his audience
that the time was sure to come when
international arbitration would be es
tablished, and the custom of resorting
to war to solve international disputes
would be abolished He explained the
continually Increasing armaments of
the powers by connecting It with the
rapid advance of commerce and indus
try Represrntative Bartholdt, president of
the American group of the Interparha
mentarj I nion spoke upon the present
disturbance in the Balkans saing that
one of the greatest evidences that the
peace movement is making wonderful
progress Is that the dread Balkan ques
tion is finding settlement without plung
ing the other powers In Europe into
The guests at the dlnnt-r represented
le various classes of Washington so-
i et the Diplomatic Corps, offlcUl W ash-
ington and peace workers
Gocati Bl Banquet
I-ollowing Is the list of guests
l.iet of lionor the Ilaron vim huuner
H-i .lor Burton. eoal.r and Mr. vtoTumnrr,
-r .tor and Mr. vv ilium V Smith sn.toc anj
Mr. John hl.rp S ilium.
Itrpraratatue ard llr ln VV It, hrru Itrp-
retei Utire Mchvliile) lleprmrntatliw .nd Mr.
Ilirtbbldt. Vina Mttui Hnmrttiliir "nd Mr..
LintbJcum Hrmr?rtaUie ultrr ReiTntati
i aod Mm Wood UruresmUtlTc and Mr.
raircbild Ilcpresrntame Let RrprcscntaliTe and
Mr. H A luutfr KrprracnUtire FVmd. Ilrprt-
trntatlre Aincy llrnrvsentatiit unarm lUiwwn .
me and Mm Maydtn.
Tie Bolivian Mlniatrt- as 1 Mme LaUlrroo tba
hariie d Affaire, of lulx the Chargr d AHaire. ut
A -tna Hunjtan the Miiuatrr from NUarapia the
Mi istrr trim Guatemala and Mme VUnlcz th.
I arse d Affaire, ut t.reen the Charee d vlairra
f lUrland the Minister from Venezutla the
t hare d Vffaire. of Vrfrnttna the Mmltcr from
I t Rica the lisister from Haiti the ITiinrv
Vlinl.ter ard Mme Chan; the Peruriaii Minuter
and Mme l'ezet, tlaruueia KaiiLatein vtme Brjn
Cnmiaaionrr and Mrs. CunoTI Rudoli Mr and
Sim fharle. I HilJra Gen John M Uil.fi VIr.
and Mr. Chandler V vnderaon Sccrrtar) of Van
Ituro V iNm and Vim Flare VVtbon Mr and Mrs.
UUlrtt N Haja Minister James T Ihibow. Irf and
Mr. I li B IMrror Herbert Putnam the Conait
(.oneral to Switzerland and Un. Vtantflrld. Gtors
r Boherli Mr and Mrv f. H Butler Henrjr VV
IH-niMin fn and Mrs. Jolin V Forr Dr and
VIr- J. mm Bniwn Scntt tlr ud Mr. It h Vlnd
oatd Mr and Mix l. V rAnch Mr and VIr. T
f ait.nsht lr and Mr" Thetidore Htnckrl. fharle.
I. Irti.uk llr f 11 North Mr .ud Mrv
James H TlbbltU, I. 11. I.rreoo Antonio M.
lllw Mrs. llUrk Mi linn rlhjr V Tall
Vim. rv.de Benjamin F TrueMrtirt and Mi. Trne
hlood Mr and Mi. 1 VV White lr Jamr. U
Trjon Frank T William. Thorns 11 White Mrv
Andreirv Mr and Mrv W K Cooper Mr and Mrv
h L Siddonv and I'mf VV I Hu-1
V S Dept, of Acrtcultnre Weather Bureau.
Washington tndat lleotmher 6 19IZ S p m.
The temuerauire has rUen decided It in the
Northsestern bUU and unhtanabl .arm c.th
er prerailed Fndai throusTiotit the A lantle and
Lal l.ulf Mat. In nhicfa rrsion. temiirralurt. at
. uumUr t joint, were as huh as "T higher than
erer httore recorded in tie mrith of lletvmber
Decidedly ouldrr .rather reraiU m the reel
if the Great Last the great central iallrs and
There Hill bo r.ina baturda in Ihe south At
lantic and Gulf sutes which till tcobah!) e&tend
to the Middle AtUntic and New England Slate.
Saturday ntcht or Sundaj Snow flume, are prob
able near the iirtat Lake. In the Ohio and I pner
Miuis.ipli Vallejs the riain sute the Itocvr
Vlonntajn and ll.trau nslona the wtather .ill
be fair baturda and rmndi)
The tempcratur. will s coruudrrabli lower s.t
urdar ard bund.) thnricbotit too Vtlautie and
t.ulf Mates while it .ill ni In Ihe Southwest
and the exurrne Ipper Vliuiini V allej nd Hit.
Lpprr Lake region
Mldnurht (SSvm 19 lam (5 v m
8 a m a 10 v in. 59 IS noon 8 : p. m.
71 4 p m 73 p m. 69 8 p. m M W i m.
Si Hichcrt T3 lowest
IleUtlTe humlditv e am K : n m fiLSp.
m. 16 lUmfall 18 p. m to 8 p. m.) 0 21 hours
of sunshine a 8 per cent of possible unnshine i
Temperature same date last tar Hlffliot til
Tetnperntnrea In Other Cities.
t S p. m. jesterdar, ar. a. follows
Max. Min. trim. fall.
Vshetille N I
Atlanta l.a U M L etl
Atlantic llti N J ' IS is DU8
Bismajrk N Dak 31 I 31 0 1.
Boston Vlass 8 l (a 0 01
Ilulfalo N U if) X 0 3
Clncsfu III tl 3, 3
llncirnall Ohio 41 II 31 OK
llnrnne Vo 3 10
UaTtnpurt Iowa 3) 20 ?l
Iscnrcr tolo 32 I 2:
lies Moines Iowa a It 20
Ihihith Minn .11 ; 10 0 02
l.veston Tex 4 60 62 tl 01
Helena Mont 36 M X
Indianapolis Ind 30 x Jl 0 01
Jaekaomllle Ml S3 66 68
Kansas Oil) VIo 32 20 30
Little Kort Vrk 46 32 II
I.os Angeles laJ 60 41 X
Manuette Mich SO JD u 0 22
Vlemphis Tenn v 46 JS 42
Sew Orleans Lv 61 60 M 2.74
New Tork N l -.62 4 81 0 40
North Platte Vtbr 28 6 35
(rmia Nebr 21 12 21
Philadelphia Pa 61 is 62 0 38
Iitlabur- ra 62 it 38 0 90
ronland. Me 18 41 SS
Portland. Oreg 40 36
bait Lake till Utah 32 14 2S
hL Louis Mo 32 21 i!
HL I aul Minn 10 2 10 0 10
..an Francisco 11 60 48 &6
Kprtnitled 111 34 Jl TO
Takoau, Wash 42
Tampa, tl' 83 68 74 '
Toledo. Ohio .38 38 22 0 06
Vlcksburg Mun. 58 M 64 0 04
To-dai High tide 12aT v m. and 12 C p 'in.,
low tide 7xT v m. and 757 p. m
To-morrow-Hleh Ode las m. m and 120 p. m .
low tide J57 a. m. and 8 ) p. m.
AVnntu Absolnte Divorce.
Alledns misconduct, and namine a co
rtsporident, Robert a Johnson jesterday
filed suit for absolute divorce from Nan
nie E Johnson Thej were married in
this city August 16, 1900, and have two
children, and plaintiff asks to be award
ed their custody.
PRINCE AND BARONESS
' FAVOR FOREIGN UNIONS
Baroness von Suttner
Calls German Edict a
Retrograde Step, and
Does Not Take it Seri
ously. 'A retrograde step ' and ' a measure dl
rected against liberty" was the brand
set csterday bj Baroness Bertha von
8uttner on the recent edict of the Ger
man chancellor against members of the
German diplomatic corps marrying for
eign women As a revival of an old law,
the German noblewoman said the edict
was necessarily retrograde, and she was
not Inclined to take It serlouslv
linroness von Suttner spent the day in
Washington yfsterdas bhe Is finishing
a seven months tour or tne unitea
States In the Interest of the world-wide
peace movement She arrived at noon,
spoke and was entertained at a reception
at the Congressional Club In the after
noon, and was the guest of honor at the
annual dinner of the American Peace
Society at Rauscher s last night
in hf.r address at the Congressional
Club. Baroness von Suttner ridiculed the
attempt from some qusrters to prevent
women from taking an active part In
politics, and her stand on the edict of
the chancellor was decided
As a revived law, it has a retrograde
tendencj. she slid "Not only that, but
It Is directly against the principle ot hd
erty Not R Ilml ns It Sountla.
But I do not believe it was intended
as It sounds If a German diplomat
were to marry a woman who, bj breed
ing and education, were fitted to occu
py the position of his wife, she would
be cordlalls received In German court
circles whether she wire of the Ger
man American or any other nation.
On the other hand. If he married a
German woman below Ills station she
would not be tolerated, nor would he.
German officials have married actresses
and they have been frowned upon
It i the fact, of course, that there
are restrictions plated on the marriage
of the members of German official clr
ilts For instance, an officer In the
Austrian arm Is forbidden to marry a
woman whose estate Is valued at less
than WOOD kronen or about S'OOO That
rule Is made because the officers pay
is so small that he would be unable to
iim nn It. and thei do not want the
officers to fall below a certain stand
ard I believe that the edict as lias Deen
iggested. is only revived as a re
Inder to the men of official circles
that thev must use discretion In tne
choice of their wives
Barones von Suttner left last night
at midnight for nttsburg. Pa. where
she will speak of the peace movement
She will go from there to New York
Clt there to deliver fourteen address
es and will sail December 14 for M
enna FEDERAL LODGE
IS 119 YEARS OLD
Masons Celebrate Anniversary at
Family and Veteran Night
Banquet at the Ebbitt.
Federal ldKe, -No 1. F A A M cele
brated It. one hundred and nineteenth
annlversar and held lis annual family
and veteran nlsht at a banquet at the
New Ebbitt last nlxht
Alxiut three hundred member of the
lodKe ond their families were present
William 1 Richardson. mater of the
lodse was toastma&tcr
ddres-es wr made bj Henjamin
Murch grand mastei of the District on
Masonrj in its Relitlon to the Home
and Communitv lUv Hugh T Steven
son. chaplain on Masonry in Its Rela
tion to the t'hurch and faoclet Mr
Richardson and ( harles F Benjamin
ecretarj of tlic Itrfge who epoke on
The lodge Includes In Its membership
twentv five I nion and three Confederate
veterans all of whom have been mem
In rs for more than twent five eur.
The follow lug are officers of the lodge
William T Richardson lnaMer V T
Rallard senior warden U. K Nye Junior
warden I' F Benjamin "ecretary W
A Harries P M treasurer Rev Hugh
I Stevenson No -3'. chaplain V r.
Hohbin marshall. W T Her senior
deacon C 1 W llltams junior deicon
1 r Grove senior steward W r yuin
ter. Junior steward J R Higgles tiler,
and J Chene (No 23), organist
Sfajs riHlirn's Kxcrcatlon.
Jubtkc Stafford vesterday ordered a
postponement In the .arr-tng out of the
dtath sentence linpoed upon W H ba
btns for the murder of Ada Haines. This
is the second staj of execution granted
frank 1 bum
loth if Nomiui I
Albert A demon. 10 and L.uabeth VV White
Iter Charle Wood
Itudotph H Mrtztar 42. of Port Oglethorpe llv
and Ituth 11 bmitli 22. if (liatunoogi, Tenn.
COLO It U
A Hmilh 44 and 1 ucind. Baker 43
ti.uk !.. and Lillian 31 irgcwitz boy
Join and k.thenne M Wagner girl
William 11 and bdie L. bomb bin
Janie. E. and lsahelle outhalL guL
(eorg. W and Iwildle F Itowan boy
Ijeorgo E. and Mate) M Massey Iwj
Jt3 11 and Nora I IJojd. he.
r inest and Elizabeth Housrr boy
Clarence H and Kliaabttb 11 l.nfnn boy
viorton and Myrtle Lnfrin bo)
II arle. H and Margaret It IhiSy boy
IliarK. H and Sadie Ilsrr tn
rwlnn r and Alra S ltrpenter girl
Jovph and Mnh I Carlson h.
frank II and Lula M Blackburn boy
The mas and Grace Bell girl
VV illiam and Jnserhine Taylor h )
John T. and LcllUa L. Lewi, bov
L. Loveless 1 liars Tubcrenl ids Hcrt.
Walter Johnson 62. Tuberculosis HrsniuL
Jane Williams Ij. Ilsrfleld Hospital.
I,evu Bos.urth 65 652 7Ui M. ne
Mna V Woodward 56 1728 Corcoran St, nw
Msllld. Hoffman. 4. Protidcnce Hospital
W ilium I. Willlse 30 2515 17th Bt nw
James Shell 83, uoserommt Htepita Insane
John & Whitlcje 70 t.oit Hospital Insane
William II. hweeney 70 12 h bt. nw
Paul lfsrr 36. I H Natal Hwrital
Intont of Charles W and Caroline W Logan 10
days 2633 Adams Jlill Ro.d n. '
Hary f Young 3 year. Tuberailosu HospitaL
Itosis Tyera. IT rear 2510 I' St nw
George Robinson. 70 Uoremment Hospital Insane
Angle Brown 27 183 4th SI nw
Rtorge Waahtngton. to, WashingtOB Alvlmn Howjt.
Kvm Harris. 42. U 20th HL nw "
WtUiaa V IHgn. 2 months 1058 Potomac 81. nw
To Core Constipation
Don't dose the sjstem with a lot of dan
gerous habit-forming drugs. Physicians
everywhere are now prescribing HofTs
tmnn st.trllirz tti n4-..i. ir....
iSwder.- All driwiVuti HiiUI Ifc n"uaM
"Diplomacy Has Noth
ing to Do with Love"
Says Russian Noble
man, Husband of Bos
German diplomats marry American
women t Why should they not A man
should marry whom he loves Diplomacy
has nothing to do with love and the
German minister for foreign affairs has
taken a false stand In his recent note
on that subject "
Prince Albert Radizwlll a wealthy
Russian noble, made this statement as he
stood In the lobby of the New Wlllard
last night Just before his departure for
Mexico, where he will spend a short time
looking after his Interests
If a diplomat's wife Is faithful to
him there can bo no possibility that his
patrlotsm will be affected by her This
is especially applicable to American wives
of diplomats. Your women are of the
verj faithful sort I know this from ex
perience for my wife Is an American
' Herr von Klderlln-Waechter is strain
ing the original rule laid down by Prince
Bismarck Bismarck made this rule be
cause many of his diplomats were married
to French. Italian. English, and Russian
women In those days, when war and In
trigue were at fever heat all over the
Continent, the wisdom of such a rutins;
can be easily seen
Mnkr f.ood TV Ire..
In those das it was probable that
foreign women would seek to marry Ger
man ambassadors and ministers to aid
their own countrj in obtaining German
mllltarv and naval ecrets
To revive this ancient rule which
has caused so much trouble, so far as
American women are concerned. Is sheer
foolishness Here in America there Is
no rlvalrj with Germany, therefore, what
harm can come of such marriages
'American women make the best of
wives, and I am sure those who have
married foreign diplomat cannot he ac
cused b the widest stretch of Imagi
nation of being a detriment to their
husbands in discharging their duties
it seems peculiar that marriage regu
lations for its diplomats should be part
of the German foreign policy So far
as American women are concerned 1
believe the foreign office will see the use
lcsness of its regulation '
Prince Radizwlll married Miss Dorothy
Deacon a joung society girl of Boston,
some ears ago He Is master of an
estate nlmost as large as New York
Mate In Lithuania He wtll return to
Warsaw from his visit to Mexico
in Regular Army
The War Department jesterda) after
oon made public the names of fift-ix
oung men who had successfully passed
the examinations for appointment to the
rmv from civil life, with rank of second
The j oung men will receive their com
missions soon As there still remain a
number of vacancies another set of ex
aminations will be held early next t-ax
Among them are the following Wash
Hamilton Templeton Edwin P Parker
r John M Imager George W Polhemus
William T Plgott. Jr Russell B Pat
terson Francis P Regan, Paul Murrav
Ji hn B I oulter W llllam A Raborg Jr
John R Baxter and John P W heeler
BOY SCOUTS BENEFIT.
riorlel) Girls Form
Help the Vlovrincril.
bollowing the announcement that
Chase had turned over his plav house to
the Boy Scouts for the wiek beginning
Decembr 1" active steps have been
taken b the loial organization to put
into execution plans for the success
the benefit The theater will lie run
usual with the customarj vaudeville
act. but with the addition of a short
ait portrajlng Bov "cnut activity
be partulpated In ij the local s
Thus there rests nn the local council
only the respons bllit of filling the house
at each pfrformante To this end a com
mittee of twent-nve prominent oung
society la lies has been organlred This
lommlttee Is already activelv at work
disposing of boxes and creating enthu
siasm tnd nterest In the benefIL
A meeting was held vestrrdav morning
at the home of Miss Mar) Wlnslow. at
which plans were gone over whereby the
success of the enterprise was assured
.Nearlv a full committee responded Those
present were the Misses Mary W'lnslow,
Anna Marr Doris Drain Lucille Smith,
Marie binlth Genevieve Clark, Margaret
Parker Marjorle Moore. Nellie Howard,
Florence Silinelder, Janette Ajres. Bar
bara Stephens Alexander Fitch. Hilde
garde NhkcI Marjorle Smith, Margaret
Gould, and Mrs Earl
WANT THROUGH SEKVICE.
Old Dominion Line .ska to Rod
Tars Into City.
Residents along the line of the Great
Falls and Old Dominion Railway yester
day made formal request to President F.
C W right of the Old Dominion Line, and
President George Hamilton of the Capi
tal Traction ( otnpan). for through ser
vice to the business section
A similar petition was filed with the
Irterstate Commerce Commission some
weeks ago The OJd Dominion, it Is un
derstood would like to come downtown.
lut the attitude of the Capital Traction
Companv is an enigma
Noted Writer to Iwll Wn.hlnsrlon.
Mme Charlotte de Gollere Davenport
has written to t friend In this clt from
hoston stating she intends to visit Wash
ington earls In the new jear Mme
Davenport who Is over eighty jears of
age Is a woman of wonderful attain
ments IHUII fli ,."a- ..uuia.u ,11
Switzerland a graduate of Heidelberg.
sne went 10 iiiuu i" muui luuuiuuns
there bhe married an American. Is a
tine llngu t and has won a name for
lieiscil a rt "li." - --...,.w. ,a
at present engaged In writing a preten-
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as soon as it l finished
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Sent to ) our address on receipt of 2S
HEHRY W. SMITH. 22d & Pa. Ave. N. W.
Ws Gilt Votes la Tl Benl. tS.OO OooUas.
Hirers and Harbors Congress Honor
FINAL ADJ0UENMENT TAKEN
Election of officers and adoption of reso
lutions reaffirming its declarations that
the government should have a definite
policy of waterway Improvement formed
the principal business of the closing ses
sion of the National Rivers and Har
bors Oongnsss at the New Willard yes
terday Joseph E. Ransdell, Representa
tive and Senator-elect from Iiulslana,
was again elected president S A
Thompson was re-elected secretary
treasurer John I Martin, sergeant-at-armi.
and among the vice presidents.
W T. Galllher was chosen for the Dis
trict of Columbia, and Michael I Weller.
of the District, again was elected a di
Resolutions adopted by the congress
represented the development of the wa
terways pollcv An appropriation of
V0JXiJ,O0a yearly was the estimated ex
penditure considered necessarj Tor con
structive work. A perfect through rating
and prorating system between railroads
and water lines, and the establishment of
adequate water and rail terminals were
Liberty of shipper to choose his route
was upheld as a principle State or mu
nlclpal ownership and management of
terminals was also Indorsed Fedsral
State, and municipal governments were
urged to early enactment of legislation to
achieve these propositions
Secretary-Treasurer Thompson s report
was devoted In large part to the work of
the congress' headquarters here He
stated that more money had been ex
pended b the Rivers and Harbors Con
cress in the last year than ever before.
George Clinton, of Buffalo N Y , who
had been on the programme for Friday,
hut was detained frcm attendance upon
the convention, spoke jesterday morrlng
Mr Clinton praised the engineers of the
arm) for their abllltv to advise on engl
ntering problems connected with river
and harbor Improvement but deprecated
their discussions of the Industrial and
commercial matters involved in water
The Woman s National Rivers and
Harbors Consress which has been In
session at the New Wlllard at the same
time as the other waterways congress,
vesterdav elected Mrs Joseph M Strout,
of Portland Me president Mrs Kath
arine Stuart of Alexandria. Va first
vice president Mrs F H Vewell of
W ashlngton second v Ice president Mrs
Mary M North of Snow Hill Md re
cording secretan Mrs Elmer G Lau
rence, of Cincinnati corresponding sec
retary and treasurer and Mrs II It.
Whiteside, of Louisville auditor
As vice presidents at large. Mrs A
Barton Miller of Charleston S C . Mrs
Joseph E Ransdell of Louisiana, Mrs
E H W llder of Chicago Mrs Duncan
I Fletcher of Florida and Mrs. B. A
Houiman of Brookfield Center Mass
fter final adjournment earlv yester
day afternoon, the delegates attended a
luncheon at the Powhatan Hotel
Cnmnilns' I'ntlier Dylntr.
.senator Cummins has been called to his
home In Iowa owing to the serious 111
t ess of his father The elder Cummins
Is ninety jears old. and is not expected
live He was Indisposed when the
"Senator left Des Motnes, several days
go and has now suffered a relapse
No ship is allowed to pass through
the Suez Canal without a searchlight of
n specified tvp-
The niegfbt queslH n in th foreign
polk of the n ominik: administration
will !e the Colombian claim for the loss
of Panama Thf most candid treatment
of thia quet on that has et appeared
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The largest and most select
909 Seventh St.
TASTE SO GOOD
Chocolates and Bonbons
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
We Eire Herald (33.000 contest rotes.
F. STEWART,. st$HSts.
w a In Totes to Tt. Hmld (3.C0S Costttr.
OPEN LATE TO-NIGHT
Women's and Misses'
Dresses, Worth $7,
For to-day (Saturday' we have
Misses Serge Dresses in navy oiue
styles; sizes 14. 16. and IS. 31 to 44
First Floor Bargain Center.
WOMEN'S SERGE GOAT
Worth S30.00, To-day at
SO Women's Black, Navy, and
and cheviot serges, sizes 14 to 44.
color, but we will be sure to please
130 value to-day
Becond Floor Suit Department.
WOMEN'S & MISSES' WINTER GOATS, $11 AA
Worth up to $22.50 ---$ -WU
ISO Women's and Misses Full-length and -length t4 4 is. ft
Winter Coats. In newest wool mixtures, sizes 14. 18. 18. 34. 1 I .1111
to 40. Values un to Si: SO To-day "
10 per cent redaction on all Misses and Children's Coats, Coat Suits,
and Dresses for to-day onlj.
fl T TERE is a bargain
KKBSHlJTr JL X we -r- aso Gas
H, S. Stands as low
price as $1.65, Electric
ONLY i 5ame Pnce xt1 complete
li We loan you this hand
O aWf" 1 250 portable on a week's
MVF E trial
Complete, with Eye I f A
Shield. 10 Ft Silk Cov- f "
eredWire.6c t Mtlddimatl
j-dtslaL 61s 12th 1204 G
STSyjft Phone Mfcia 140
Me Rive 1 It-raid
133-137 West 47th St., NEW YORK CITY
JUST OFF BROADWAT
The right kind of a hotel In the rlsht locality In the heart of th
theater district and adjacent to the shopping; centers. Positively fire
proof Excellent cuisine and ai exceptional orchestra A large addition
Just completed, containing library, grill, and billiard hall.
Handsomely Furnished Rooms, Private Bath,
$1.50 per day upward
From Grand Central Station, cars
Pennsjlvanla Station, 7th Av cars
II II SHARES, TROP
NEW YORK CITY.
47th St , Just Off Broadway.
EXCLUSIX ELY BACHELOR.
Convenient to E'v er thinrr.
Library, Billiard Hall and Restau
rant in Connection
All Rooms Handsomely Furni-hed
75 Rooms $1 00 per da
100 Rooms th Pmate Bath,
$1 50 per da .
50 Rooms with Private Bath,
$2 00 per day
Bring back replies because each
order receives the same personal
attention. Irrespective of six..
Ton will find our letters rre
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical .rrors. &C
Tou can safely Intrust impor
tant form letters to us belne as
iiured that they will be carefully
dlted and delivered on Mm.
2.000 LETTERS. $4.0
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
Dltrfi-t National Bank Dnlldlas,
1406 G Street
Phone Mala 7301
Restored to Its natural color aid
Vegetable Hair Stain.
A refined scientific remedy for graj
bleached, and faded hair can be
used without the slightest fear of
Injury to the hair or scalp Sold and
recommended In Washington bv all
O Donnelly Drug Stores or direct
from Schmltz Chemical Co. Chicago
LATEST AND NEWEST DESIGNS IK
Eee me for up-to-date ideas. Estimates
K.16S5-M 451 P SL H. W.
U civ. Herald I3Z, contest vets.
Washington School of Accountancy
Profmlonal rduraUon in accountancy, rrrrjsrtrjf
for 6taU cvrttteata ot certified public accountaot
and for buaineaa administration. Practical work
trcUl!7 adapt to mm rmptorrd during tbw rUr
U-patw toillftia on nqunt. Call cr addrtsa, Dtrwc
tt of Wnmtlon. f. M. C. a. im U HI K. W,
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES
113 Etrrenth St ce Lincoln ITS.
Largest Morning Circulation.
arranged a sale ot Women's and
ana oiacK, tour distinct
A ST 00 value Special
Tan Coat Suits of all-wool, storm
not all sizes of every A4 4 AA
you None altered A ,71 I JJ
JCS.OOO content rott".
marked "Broadway" without transfer:
without transfer. Booklet upon request.
THE ASM AI. MFFTIM. OF
the sVckholdtrs of the ah
ncton mertcan Leasue Ba e
ball Club will be held at th
offices of the companj In t le
houthern Building on the "TU
DX OF JANUARY V-Y: at
o i lock neon for the purpoe of
electing a Board of Direct rs
for the ensuing ear and for Fuch
other buslnes as may be prop
frtv brought before said meet
inc EDWARD J WALSH
Secretan de" 3
bovrd i if cm i vriON or the distkiit
of loltrm'wa. VVaa.Mn?un l!cemt-r I I . T
Board of Lxaminrrs t t rotonl nchrxils wfl h jl..
examination at Krank.Ii s-ww cr UEOrVlBEIt
and 31 to Tiire lius of riirNm in all Hwrh S -r
ubjerta (ncert VtathrauUi and PhjaW arri
th fouling i bvts for tontraal .-l'i
breuraakinf CI Vlilhiur, uji mmirx nrtrk
and Htntv Masrrrr 51 natrnng t rih c
rwrtln Ian arpt at the oflce o! 1 II I,
sTMar rwiklui rtor.I Biuldine. VV1LLIAVI VI
I1WIIISON aprni:tm4ent of srtoola. d3c
hoiseiioi.i noons toreh in thi m
lowing naa- will N toil for rtanrra IVrce irr
3 10K. it :JU n m at Hsu r h R vv
MchoK vtrv, Kathrjn R 1i Junn VI -VIr.
A V Hall or It I, HfwTh Vllw. r M
I oambrra Mr I It I wrthe Ism? Cotrfflan
mnun sTORAt.i, tmirvNT
IIAV SCIENCE or HEALTH -VATXRiU
nocTOTtdl. I0nu book &f Applj br mail. 1 1
Colorado BIdf, Yrw lmnn for romrn Tttdnaavlari
at 1JI p. m. S46.U
Grocers Have Learned
U II I rDe Tiat ri tnrarr who want the tt
ir . . . ,nrt' l"l" DULLER S Sel
Sell-raiSinZ IiisBurkwhwt Unerrrfalla
nin.Lu.ti.,1 ' - V T I s p l Guaranterd
BucKwneai .trhtli i i rf
tyAt rcur cmrrr a No CTnaimers surplid.
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO..
Uholewalrrs. 11th wad M Sts. s. B.
JOHN -ON On Thurda. December 5,
ISI -t in 3) p m , at his residence,
th Denver 141" Chaptn Street North
west Dr A 1 JOHNSON beloved
husband of Anne W Johnson
r unr ral Saturdav December 7, at 3
P m Interment in Congressional
MINTL On Thurdav December 5 19LL
a 9 13 p m , ROBERT MINTK
aged thirtv-tvvo beloved husband of
h uneral from his late residence n!2
Mghth btreet Northwest saturdav.
D cember 7 at ? p m Friends in
vited (.ew ork papers p a
GE0BGE P. ZURH0RST,
30J EAST CV.P1TOI, T
EatabntHtd 19T CIIAS. U. ZCRHORST Mp
J WILLIAM L.EIU Fnneral Dlrectvs
and Emoahnrr Utctt In ccccrclloo. Commodious
Chaptl and Modern Crematorium. Modnt nrlcwa.
IS Pennajllanui AT, nw. Trlechona Mais UU,
W. R. SPEARE.
FUNEItAl, DIRECTOR ANT) EMUVUIER.
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON D. C,
Phones Main an.
FRANK A. SPEARE. Manner.
Of Eitri UtKTiption ModrraUlj Prlcad.
Tttfinl Uctlcofc lutrm Defter
Largest Horning Circulation.