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THE WASHINGTON HEBLALD. MONDAY. DECEMBER 9." 1912.
420 ft 431 7th St.
417 ts 425 8th SL
I Buy Him?
Come to our Men's Wear Shop
-to-day, and one look will con
vince you that we are prepared
to make endless suggestions as
to the proper answer. Here are
a tew gift offerings that may
Hatched Sets of Cult Links.
Scarf Pins, and Tie Clasps.
Neatly boxed, set, t:.00 S2.50
Cuff Links. In a variety of
beautiful patterns. Extra SI OC
values at, pair. 50c to
Matched Dress Sets of Links
and Studs. Priced at OC OC
jj.60 to pa.yo
BEAUTIFUL SCATtF riXS AT
.-Oc to i--,0.
I1ATII IIOUKS AT
2JS i 1 0.00.
HOUSE COATS AT
$3.00 and tUS.
A Special Sweater Coat value
for to-day. in Cray, brown. OC
and navy, at '"
A .ast assortment of Colored
Shins, in neglige plaited, and
stiff bosom styles Ex- CI fifl
cellent values at pi.UU
IRISH FLAG MEANS
Speaker Says Green Banner of Otto
, man Empire Is losing
BALKANS UNITED BY RELIGION
WHAT 00 THE LETTERS STAND FOR?
DO SOME THINKING
The doom of the Ottoman empire was
prophesied In an address "on "The New
Life of the Near East." made last night
at the Church or the Covenant, by Will
iam T. Ellis, of Philadelphia, traveler,
lecturer, and writer, and tho undermin
ing of the power of Turkey was laid prin
cipally to the Influence of America.
"The. sword of Islam baa been un
sheather only for the world to see that
the blade has rusted away and that only
the ornamental handle ts left," said Mr.
Ellis, "and the green flag of Turkey be
fore which Europe has cowered for cen
turies In terror to-day has less power
than the. green flog- of Ireland."
The speaker said that through the
teachings of the many American schools,
which now have upward of 411,000 stu
dents enrolled, a. new spirit has grown
up in the "near East" that demands
before everything the rights of the
masses. Justice, and liberty.
Religion Blndlnc Cord.
Blood has been said to be thicker
than water." he said, "but In the case
of the Balkans it has been shown that
blood Is not as thick as the waters of
baptism. The common Christian faith
of the Balkans has been able to over
come the Inherited racial prejudices of
centurler and they have taken up the
rause of the persecuted Christians of
Macedonia. Politics and lust for terri
tory have not been strong enough to
bring them together, but religion has.
"The occasion for the war was that
the Christians In tho Balkan states
heard the same cry that the Apostle
Paul heard In his dream, 'Come over
into Macedonia and help us.' "
Robert College Is the mother of the
new Bulgaria, according to Mr. EM,
who said that a large percentage ot
the leaders of that country wero gradu
ates of the American school. The school
Is held in the highest esteem by But-
bum, of the college, wished to travel
the government sent a private car for
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E. II. MALING.
MALING LEAVES CAPITAL.
Secretary of Economy Commission
Goes to Boston to Lire.
Ernest II. Mating, an accountant In the
President's Economy and Efficiency Com
mission, will assume his duties as sec
retary of the Massachusetts State Com
mission on Economy and Efficiency De
cember 15. It was announced yesterday.
In the Massachusetts commission, with
headquarters at Boston. Mr. Mating will
have charge of the technical work, in
which he is an expert.
Mr. Mating came to Wastiington In 1901
from Portland. Me., to work In the Bu
reau of the Census. Drat In the Agri
cultural Division and afterward In the
Division of Municipal Statistics, of which
he became chief. He left that office In
U10 to take up work with the President's
is expected that Mr. Mallng wilt
leave In a few days for Boston. He
and Mrs. Mallng and their children live
at 1410 Monroe Street Northwest.
IS' STILL AT LARGE
There Are Many Things
CAREFUL CARPET CLEANING
Vegetable Hair Stain.
A refinrd .--n ntiflV r-md for gray,
bl a, I'rd. and faded hair, can be
usfl without !ht- slightest fear of
1- rv i the hair or scalp. Sold and
re .mmended in Washington bv all
O'Donnel s Drug Stores, or direct
from S hmitz Chemical Co.. Chicago.
Home Shoe RepairCo,
719 Ninth St N. W.
Work Called for and Delivered.
W. Cite Votes In The Herald's J3S.0O0 Contest.
GO TO NEW YORKERS
Particular People Patronize the
Main Office and Works
623 G Street N. W.
We give Herald fS3.000 contest Totes.
Clyde Hassam Wins First Prize with
His "New York Window" Gard
ner Symons Takes Third.
Th.. list of awards for the fourth es
hihition of contemporary American o
paintings at the Corcoran Art Oallery
have been made public. The W. A
'lark prizes were awarded as follows:
First iZ.") and the Corcoran gold
medal, to Childe Hassam. of New York,
for Ins painting. New York Window "
Second th-'O and the Corcoran silver
mortal to Daniel Garher. of Philadelphia,
forty's painting. "Wilderness."
Third 11.000 and the Corcoran bronze
medal to Gardner Symons. of New Tork.
for his painting. "The Breaking of the
Fourth oOl and the Corcoran honorable
mention certilleate to Carl J. Nordell. of
Boston, for his painting. "Femme Xue."
The awards were made by a Jury com
posed of Gort Melchers. Weimar, Ger
mans., chairman: Ben Foster. New York.
W. Elmer Schotleld. New York; Frank
W. Benton. Salem. Mass , and Richard
M. Brooke. Washington.
President Taft will attend a private
vlow of the exhibition on December IS.
It will bo opened tu the public on the
following day, and continue until Jan
uary K, 1313.
l'nir ,i,-.l Audience Attend II nl
Wiv Nntlonnl 'Ilirnter.
A musical programme of a pleasing va
riety, including Instrumental and vocal
selections by celebrated composers, wa
presented at a public concert given by
the Saengerlmnd before a fair-sized audi
ence at the- New National Theater last
night, with Prof. Armand Gumpreelit
the miiMcal director of the bund, leading
anil Miss Mane Kaiser, of New York,
assisting ax sopiano soloist, and Joseph
hlttemore as tenor FOloist.
The numbers rendered by the Saenger-
i'l.nd chores showed a closer attention
to a more harmonious co-operation ot
the arious sections, such as tenors and
basses. Particularly effective was the
'Saengergehet" by Kart Zufchneld with
or hestr.i and Mr. Whltteniore as tenor
soloist. Its music Is Impressive and
dicnlfled and full of beautiful harmonies.
Mr. Wlilttemoro's tenor is sweet, al
though possibly lacking somewhat in
power "Fruehllngszaiiher." a waltz
song hy Max von Weinzlerl. redolent
with musK-al charm, was another num
ber moft favorablv revived.
Miss Marie Kaiser has a clea- voice
of wide range, but her Interpretation
sometimes lacks feeling and expression.
this being especially the case with Ital
ian songs. Both Miss Kaiser and Mr.
Whittcmore responded with encores.
The Anon Gcsang Verein also gave a
Prospects of Bringing to Justice
Assailant of Vice Consul Are
Poor, It Is v Stated.
Prospects of tho bringing to Justice of
the assailant of William B. McMasters,
formerly United States vice and deputy
consul at Cartagena. Colombia, who was
murdered near Cartagena last August,
aro poor, according to advices reaching
At the time of the murder the State
Department Instructed tho United States
consul at Cartagena and the American
Legation at Bogota to take up the mat
ter most vigorously with the national
and local authorities. Tho Colombian
government promised to make a most
suspicion soon fixed upon -one man as
the probable murderer. The representa
tives of the United States government
were convinced, from evidence brought to
their attention, that the man suspected
was Indeed guilty. This man had been In
Jail for another offense, and It was learn
ed by the American officials that he had
been released from prison Just a few
days before McMasters" murder. The
man has brought forward an alibi, how.
ever, backed up by prison officials, to the
effect that he was not released from con
finement until a day or two after the
Killing of McMasters.
Consequently, things have come to
standstill, and It Is feared that the In
vestigation promised by the 'Colombian I
officials will result In nothing definite or I
satisfactory to the United States.
SAYS TAFT'S ORDER
Here that you would lxk to possess yourself, and consequentlv that
others would also like to have. If the gift question is puzzling you,
a visit here would undoubtedly suggest a happy thought.
Den Pictures Attractive sub
jects, suitably OC
Smokers Stands .$5.00 up
Cellarettes $12.50 up
Mission Clocks $4.75 up
Genuine Brass Fern
Dishes a good Eft-
Leather Table Scarfs
4 feet long artistic de
signs and colorings $8.75
Brass Chimes . . $4.00 up
Mission and Mahogany
Book Racks 75c up
Electroliers $10.00 up
Card Tables $3.00 up
Candlesticks $1.00 up
Covers art designs
Golden Oak Morris Chairs
"THE GLORIES OF INDIA."
Yes, you can buy good
candies at 25c pound
H r. li, lous sweets at this little H
price are featured here. If you t
j ligbtful surprise awaiting you. 3
1 229-231 Pa. Ave. S. E. I
Table Luxuries. Elgin Butler.
236 E St, N. E. Phono L. 497
we Cite Vole. la The Bnll'i C3.O0O Contast.
Taught Any Man or Boy
By Mill, st Home. This i no y
cud gift i you hire supposed, tut
an art I hare taught thousands in
au parts ot tbe world. Cost tmali.
Send today Tcent stamp far partlc
ulin and proofs,
0. 1. SIITI, tuna' 230.
123 Units it. fiaril. III.
LATEST AND NEWEST BESIGXS IN
Eee me for us-to-data Ideas. Estimate!
If. 1695-M 1451 P SL N. W.
We dTe Herald ( o contest votaa.
LARKIN Tne Sewtn
"! Machine Man
Will repair your sewing; machine,
froperly, no matter what , make
end postal, or phona M-JSJ5.
Corner 3d and H Streets N. W.
aT Oils Vetet la Tie Heold ' , Owtaa.
aery Cha.e Clnli Form n rrriua
nent Orcnulznt Inn.
Members of the Wilson. Marshall,
Lewis, and Worthincton Club of Chevy
Chase met for a Jubilation party Satur
daj nleht In the library at Chevy Chase.
me occasion or their banauet. and
celebration of the Democratic vlctorv
and their organization's part in the same.
tncy aisDanded their club and formed a
new organization under the name of
"The Progressive Democratic Club of
Chevy Chase." This organization is to
bo permanent; the other was organized
merely for the work of the campaign.
All the officers of the former organiza
tion were continued In the new. They
are: iTcsmcnt. Judge George S. I
kins, vice presidents. William Law.
James Dudley Morgan, and Dr. Thomas
X. Conrad; secretary, Charles W. Pirn
Pr; treasurer, William G. Carter; chair
man of the campaign and executive com.
mitlee, Jesse W. Nlcolson; chairman of
the registration committee. Edward 11.
Jones, and chairman of tho finance com
mittee, Robert Preston Shcaley.
START DEVOTION HOURS.
Men Ires trr Held In Shrine nf the
Services Incidental to the forty hours
of devotion to be observed at the Shrine
of the Sacred Heart were commenced
with 11 o'clock mass yesterday, and will
concluded Tuesday night at 7:43
oclock. Rev. William Hemmlck was
celebrant yesterday morning. Itev. Father
Kckenrode, deacon, and Rev. Father
Rev. Sigourncy Fay. of the Catholic
I niveslty. preached the sermon yester
day afternoon at 4 o'clock, his subject
being "The Catholicity of the Church,
the Proof of Our Lord's Divine Authority
ie flMrs I'onrlh .
BAND CONCERTS TO-DAY.
By Marine Band Orchestra, William H.
Bantelmann. Leader, at Barrack.
March, "Black and Yellow" Puehs
Orerturr. "Oberon" m Weber'
(a) Serenade, "D'Amour" too Blon
(b) HmnoreHine Drank
Selection, "Csrallerla Buticna"..JIaacapd
Waltt, "The Bacbclon" Santelmann
Uabanrrs and Valquer'a eneur from
Serenade, "Lea MUIioni d'AilBinlnM..Drilo
March, "Krapp" Wacek
By C. 8. Soldier" Home Band. John 8.
M. Zlmmermann, Director, Stanley Hall,
March, "Hera Comes the Band' Milla
Otertnre. "Flntil'a Care" Mendetaohn
DeseriptlTe. "Down Sooth"... Myddlcton
Selection. "Gabriells''. Pizil
Has oddity, "That FascinaUm Bastlme
CUdV , JjDj
EiorrpU from "The Bed Wldow"....Gobost
Finale. "Waiting for the Bobert E.
"The 8tJuSpauled Banner."
"The Glories of India" In all their won
drous beauty were pictured by Burton
Holmes, at the Columbia laj-t night. In
the fourth of his Interesting series of
travel lectures. And Mr. Holmes' cam
era has neer been more successful than
in the reproduction of the Taj Mahal,
that mvst magnificent of the great In
dian tombs. One can appreciate every
detail of architectural beauty and Ori
ental magnificence embodied In this Jewel
studded marble mausoleum. And lhoc
other great thow pUecs of the Indian
Hast, In and around Agra; those palaces
and tombs of the grand moguls were
shown In all their beaut v.
An intimate view of Indian railway
travel, third as well as first ciaES coaches
furnishing unusual material for tho mo
tion picture camera, prefaced the most
interesting part of the evening's travel;
a ride of several miles along the river
front at Benares. Here on the banks of
the holy Ganges thousands of pilgrims
wero pictured In their ablutions and de
votions. The Brahmins of Benares could
be seen, each und, r his umbrella, along
the river bank, going through the com
plexities of his dally devotions, while
further along tho burning ghats, where
all thoso who have been -of the Hindu
faith aro cremated, came Into view. Un
usual pictures, and coupled with Mr.
Holmes delightful descriptions, afford
ing an excellent Idea of Hindu customs
Calcutta also was visited, the famous
Government Houe. abode of Lord and
Lady Curzou, and many other points of
Interest In and around tho city being
shown. Leaving the heated plains of the
Ganges for a cooler clime. Mr.' Holmes
made his way up tho Hlmllayan slopes
via the crooked narrow-gauge railway to
tho mountain town of Darjlllng, there to
catch several remarkable views of the
snow-capped Himalayan peaks.
Mr. Holmes will repeat "The Glories
of India" this afternoon at 3:30.
Commandant of Navy Yard States
that 2,500 Men Are Placed
Under Civil Service.
Of the ,000 skilled navy yard workers
mustered under the protection of the
Civil service by order of President Taft.
about 1.601 will be from thi Washington
Navy Yard, according to an estimate
made Ust night by Capt. F. E. lleatty,
ipL Bcatty was unwilling to comment
on the possible results of the permanency
ffend tn skilled mechanic, but several
navy yard officials seemed t" think that
It untild tend to improve the standard of
hae noi .-e.-n a cony of President
Tart's order. ' said Cant. Beatty, and so
cannot saj exactly how many men in the
WaohlnKlon yard will he affected. I be
lieve, however, that niiout :.0l will come
und'r the ruling. Not having seen the
provision of the order. I am not In a
position to state definitely the possible re
ult? II taIII bring alxiut "
I nder the prii.,nl sitein a dischargid
m.n takes his turn on the list, men who
nave K-en active service In the army or
nav Liking precedence. There are In
numeiable rul- governing the cllglhtllt
of tho men for re-employment, one "f
which Is that a man taking hutside em
ployment loses his eligibility for a period
of six months. Another rule Is that a
man. when discharged, must not abnent
ilmself for a. period exceeding six months
xrept in cac if illness
,T;ie last rule, uncording to one of the
tXhelals at the local yard, tends to a lot
of fain.- swearing regarding Illness, when
the men have taken other employment to
tldo them over the tlmo they are laid off
by the yard.
631 to 639 Massachusetts Avenue
STUDY I0CAL HISTORY.
i minK People of Church uf Oar
Father Hold 51 re I In a.
Dr. Wlllard F. Small, principal cf East
ern High School, was the principal speak
er last night at the meeting of the
Young People's Christian Fnlon of the
Church of Our Father, one of a series
of meetings beiug held this month for
the study of loial history. The ni-1-ings
are incidental tu the weklv trips
of th Boys' Woodrow Wilson Bh v, le
Club of the rhurrh. whlh. with the
pastor. Rev. John Van Sehaiek, tours to
the, various points of historic n,t, rest
Tho boys of the i hurch also haxe
formed the Theodore Boos, wit TJough
Tranip.ng Club. ' and that there u..i b
favoritism, they ale now forming the
Taft Golf Club
Ir Small spoke Iat nicht of th, hjttle
of llladensburg of the war of in;, and
from this he drew his 1. ss-.n on tli
urgen' v of being alw-nvs piepar,'d He
lold of the siege, capture, and partial
destruction of Washington by the British.
Iliv Ir Van S halck spoke of the prep
arations now l-lng made to Wehrate in
V.'l.', the enn, Iusioti of . centi.r of pcaee
betwe, n th I riit-d Stat, s .,nd li'eat
Hntali I he . tlor s.ik . Mal-
,,.lni .i i wn, ,.! I-' Sir i'l 31 . an I
My Wife and I
Want to Tell You
How She Stopped
JMe From Drinking
Capital, $1,000,000. Surplus and Undivided Profits Over $1,000,000
Money to Be Sent Abroad
should be forwarded in the form
of FOREIGN DRAFTS, which this
bank is prepared to issue in any
These drafts are safe and con
venient issued on hundreds of
cities throughout the world. Full
information upon request.
Interest on Deposits
Subject to Check
The Washington Loan&Trust'Co.
Cor. 9th and F Sts. N. W. Jchn Joy Zdson, Pres.
HAMIL FUNERAL SERVICES.
Former lrel (erlan Mlnlati
Marled from MUaimi.
Funeral services for John si. Hamtt
one time ,i welt-known Presbyterian min- For over twenty years I was a very hard
lster. of Edinburg. Scotland, but for the drinker. I loved liquor. I cared for noth- I
last thrr e years an Inmate of the Central l"g else. Every cent I could get hold of I
Union Mission, were held yesterday at . spent for beer and whiskey. My work was I
the Mission building In I-ouisiana Avenue. neglected. Our home was in sore straights.
The service was conducted by Hev. F. , My case was about as hopeless ss a man's I
couia te. My wife was constanuy beg- H
e,'"5 .,u picujug wiia mc our. a sovca
en by the
csteo cnoir ot tne .-ixtn I'resnytemn if.,,-, ,- , ,... '..
In- nr." " """ . """"". "
Church and Miss Hilda Edlr:cks-n
terment was In Capitol Cemetery.
"SCRAP EXPERT" IN NAVY.
V. B. Dr-p-J. of AcricuHore. Weather Buma.
Wuhirstun. tiundly, Der S, 1913 R 11 ni.
Th indn-ations w that th- tmtlu-r will ha penrr
Hy fiir Mondar and Tiir-IT thiTich-mt tb rtwin
try. eifarjit tint there will ! rn in th Xat
Much coMrr wthir t pmhablrt Mondajr thrth
wit thf AtluitV and Unit btatrd. wMJe a rracti'm
tn htchrr trtnicritin will et in Mnodaj in th
middte Plaint- Mat. tlw uprrr Mie4drrC VH-n.
ud the un-rr Liki iwn, and Tutrsdajr in hf
Ohio Villrr. tho lowrr Lako tffilon. umI th North
Th wlDd ilang th New England and middle
Atlantic Cnwt ilt l iciak ncftttwat; en thi
nuth AUantic Vat mM-frate tn briak DrTthwri
f th east Oulf ast rairifntf north; oa the wni
(iut Cut mndpratf ncrlh, shlftine trt nst; on thf
wrt; ou tUo upper Lakea modtrata aoathwnt and
Midnight, 3C: 2 a. m., 40; 4 a. m., 30; 6 a. m , a,
8 a. m,, 34; 10 a. m.. V: 12 soxm. 47; 3 xl m.. 44;
4 P. ra., 43; p. m., 47. p. m . 43; 10 p. m., .
lllht. V; lo-tt, 31
llelatire humidity 8 a. m , 79; 8 rt m., 44.
Ilainftl! ( rt. ra, tn 8 p. m.), 0; hoar of sua
shine, 0; prr crnt of t-iNb "inbhine, 0i
Temperature aama date Ust ytar Ulsheat, G3,
Many women WOuIdhave Ae cmirr-d anrl trittn
up all hope, but my wife didn't. She kept try inc.
tin ally, about ten years aco, she gave me a
imple remedy, hoping eeafntt hope that it
wuuia nave some enect upon my dnnklni;. Much
9 ner surpnse. u. ttoppea nit antunna wntxreivl
Tern pern ttirr In Other Cities.
TetDperatnm In other dtl-es, tocsther with tfaa
amount of rainfall for tba twtnty-fouz hours ended
u 8 p. m. resterdaj, ara aa follows:
Ahml. N. C
Atlanta. Ga K
AUantki City, N. J
Uiamarct. X. Dak 3
HutTalo. N. Y
Chicaro. Ill 32
Chejenne, Wjo-. 3fi
Daren port, Iowa 24
Detirer. Oblo U
Dm. Moines. Iowa. IS
Duluth. Mfnn 3
OahMton. T 52
Helena, Mont 2
Mac Uln. Ipva. faU,
Can you Imacine her dellcht her neat hanr-il.
ness? Really.lt seemed to make a new woman
of her. And what a chance it made In me I Our
friends and neighbors hardly knew me as the
same man. To most of them it seemed a miracla.
But It wasn't. It waa aimnlv th'e little ham
remedy that my wife cve me. We know It was
for she later care It to her brother and several ol
our ndchbers who were heavy drinkers and It
stooped everr one of them from drinkine. Thla
proved that It was not mete luck In my case.
And now, we want others to try It. We want
every man and woman who suffers because of a
dear one' Intemperance to know what this
SELECT THE GIFT AT
aii'l you can cuunt on gct-
tiriR nrncthing useful and
attract've at a very reasonable
In culnre'l ,itin and leather
-all Mze- $1.25 to $1.75
Brass Goods and Novelties
Fr the fle-k and smokers, in
complete -ct and separate
piece. 25e to $15.00
ARGE and handsome
ai)rtnient of Black
RM I5AGS. All
.MPORTED Beaded Bas
at a wide range of
In all the newest leathers and
shapes $1.00 to $45.00
CARD CASES AND BILL BOOKS
75c to $6.50.
i:rrjlhlnar In Lralbrr at
Tra ycrara Id. ttSB.
Order br 'phone.
ilio TENXESSEE, (1X0 Bortla. .
1 The Shoomakor Co.
1331 E Street X. IT.
j CatmblUke4 18S3. Tasae af. XUKa, ,
a. a li.Hnr..tii til.j
1219 F Street
remedy it tnt my wit. gave me. We want yoa ;
ry tor we believe yoa will b i
A "'scrap expert" la the latest addition
to the naval personnel, according to the
report of Hear Admiral T. J. Cowle, Pay
master. General of the navy. HI ni
duty is to reclaim materials which here
tofore have been thrown asldo as waste.
with consequent great loss to the navy.
Though no large leaks were discovered
at any one station, their total represent- J;tniitllle. Kla.
ea n consiaerame money value. Tuarci
quantities or scrap metals have been seg
regated and cLa&alfied. and cither sold to
aeaiers or sent to roundrirs to be re
worked and returned to the government
for further use.
During the last year the meat Inspec
tion service In the navy has been greatly
amplified. through the assistance of the
Bureau of Animal Industry of the De
partment of Agriculture. Better food- Is
assured the enlisted men of the naval
service through this Inspection.
During the year th& Paymaster Gen
eral disbursed a total of J133.4B 012.S3.
The value of stores was J15S,155,ao
5dTrti: 1i7,' 7I Tm us n"- Btrttt Be.
S2llWr 5 "i Blrt 6 " ' Sut wr.
?. W ?fr B"lrtiie at, and Hirer llMd.
wnilam Eoouiej, a, Emmnxj Hoapltal.
Isabell 8mith. yeara. Bin. ITalna D C
?.'la3LJ rrad'''.H. Ml P Nntt nw.
Banfly rtrnrtl MWaaUnitan Aajtom Hoapjuu.
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Karuaa Cltr, 3Io
IJUIe llixi. Ark
Loe Annelea, Cal
New Orlrana. La
New York. N. V
North Ilattr. Nebr...
Salt Lake Citr. Utah..
6t. Lmill. Mo
Bt. raul, Minn
Sn FrncipCT. Cal
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to knovr our stoi
helped by It. And we will bo more than glad to
ieu it ii you win tenaus your name anaaacreta.
Wlfela the letter writer of our famllv and aha
will gladly aniwer every letter that It written to
her. She will tell in her own way, much better
than J can, what she used, how she happened to
try It and now It worked. She will give this Infor
mation with a clad heart to do not hetltate to
" write. 8he wants yon to feel that the Is your
i ; In the ten years that have elapted since 1 was
" ; cured many folks have written and a&ked her
' how It was done and she gladly answered all
I' 'letters. Andtosbowthat her service bas been
appreciated we would like to have yon read
extracts from a few of the letters which the after
ward received from some of these people.
Dear Madam: I feel very jrratef nl to yoa for lehMnz
- m know how 1 could euro ray husband ot drunkenness.
. ivWM. Dear Friend; i waa benefitted by your letter
for my husband was a hard drinker and now b. does
' I not drink, tin. W. D. Blut, Ptm, Fla. My Dear
rneno: is curea nnn oz orunarnriess. ne is m oeuer
I- neaaui loan ever rjeroro ana uaameremmanautogctner.
It has aavad Of many dollars and we now hvo tn peace
. and happiness. Mr. Ann UMkta.VaUxant, Okja. Bear
cured in a abort time, tin, Alartia Dan, Roanak4, Vo,
Such letters as these certainly do make in
wife happy for she feels that ber efforts have
not Deen in vain and sne says mat ane wants
you to address your letter to her personally so
that the can answer It herself. She also wants
me to tay that the remedy can De given
If desired and that It la very easy to use.
My wife's sntwer will come In a sealed enve
lope ao there will be no pupiicity In your affairs.
There f s one other thing. We have nothing to
seu. so please do not tend money. Simply write
with all confidence to Mrs. Margaret Anderson,
14 Park Ave, Hlllburn, N. Y taking care to
writs your name and full address plainly. We
would suggest that you tell others who neea this
information, about mv wife's offer, for we often
wish that the whole world knew It.
mATHE XMAS LINE IS
d COMPLETE-BOY NOW
J. A. BIRCH, 2153 Pa. Ave. N.W.
Cigar. News, and Novelty Store.
We clve Herald f2S.00O contest votes.
The Safest Investments
Am tUoM ttut do ut ffTCfnat dnris li
trbr-d oeiditH'T,) if th mcaej or stock irtu
!. Hm dffj of trnst note tint orct
fafff). vteil f-t-urpri no rI stat in Urn Dt
tnpt of CofcimM.t cocatltnfw ,nlt-fd'" te
iraunrnts Th-r di net d,t,rad upoa th
ftntncul rMponsbillty of JndiTitimls trr ccr
Intlixi3 frsr tb!r stafatlttr. Bd tn-tnp
fmm UXsUion t pTVsnral rropnlj. V rax.
"Tpl? audi in.tnircij in amounts fmm OT
upn-Td. $nd for booklet. "CoacemJsj Tsut
Swartzell, Rheem Ct
727 15th Street .NorthTrrtt.
W. B. Hibbs & Co.
rw York Stork &cfuft.
T'.hinjilm. Stock EirhaEj
t'fciJco UcvitI of Tnvltx
TsOCAl- PFl"RITIES bought
id sold n Mme favo-abl
rms as nffcr for tradlnif
New York stocks and bonds.
Todar-Hlcu tide. 1:13 . m.: Z33 p. m. Low
tide. IMS a. m.: 36 p. rn.
To-morro-Mlh tide, 128 a. m. : S43 p. tri. Low
tide, aa. m.;a V- tn.
To Cure Constipation.
Don't dose tho system with a lot of dan
gerous hablt-formlng drugs. Physicians
everywhere are now prescribing HoJTs
Imon Seidlltz. the good-tasting seldllU
powder. AU druggists sell. It,.-
1491 H STREET ft. E.
WASIIINGTO.V. D. C-
I. O. Station 55. TeL 1- 1133.
School Supplies, Magazines. Periodicals.
1401 H STREET N. E.
We GIt Totes ta Its Herald's COCO Contest,
TUB ANM'AL MKITTIM! OK TUB STtK'b
holdem of The Alono O. BIr Mt-dital Cman'
for the purpose of elortinc a Hoard of Dim-li1. '
serre for the cnsmiur rear and to transact surh , II"
raulnces a may lirorerlv ovne lKfore the roeui .
will b. held at the offire erf h' prflirany 35 It NM I
Valns1on 1. C, on U'KUNKSDAT Sth Januan
1K3. at K o.kk noon. II ft. VAN LAW ,
VIAVI SCIEN'CE OP HEALTH. SATCKAL.
nocsorsical. aurpase book fre. Applr by mall. 911
Colorado Bids. lTree lecture for women Wlncadan
at MI p. m. Ut-U
CT At lour cro,fr . No consumers JnrTlled.
B. B. EARNSHAW 3 BRO..
Wbolesalera. 11th and M Sta. S. D.
Washington School of Accountancy
Profeational education In accountancy, preparing
for Stats ctrti!cate of certified public accountant
and for buslneu administration. Fracuca work
eipeciauy adacttd to men employed during the day.
15-pega bulletin on request. Call cr address. Direc
tor of Education. V. M. C A.. 1SJ O at H. W,
EMILY FRECH BARNES
lO taerenth St. ne. Lincoln ITU.
ill.l.KIT )n Sunday afternoon. Pe
..nih.r s 191i at his residence. 1S1
r, ntH'th Street Northwest. ALFRED
S UILL,KTT. beloved husband of
Klla Oratz Glllett. in tho ninety-sixth
whi uf his age.
I ! v.. the founder and also for many
,nr president of the Oirard Fire
.mil Marine Insurance Company of
Philadelphia. (Philadelphia and llart-
MOORE To the memory of our belovrd
son. DOUGLASS 1IOORE. who diel
three cars ago to-day. December 3,
i:. J. A. K. MOORE.
IDA R. MOORE.
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
K1 EAST CAPITOL ST.
Estanllahed VS. CQAB. a. ZCBU0B3T. Mjj.
J. WILLIAM LKE, Fnaeral Director
snd Embalmer. Lrrery In connection. Commodloet
Chapel and Modern Crrmatorrms. Modest prices.
123 renniylTanla Are. nw. Telephone Mala U&
W. R. SPEARE,
KINEItAL DIRECTOR AND E1IBALMEB.
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Phones Main 'ail
FRANK A. SPEARE. Manager.
Ot Ettry Description UoderaUly Plicae.
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