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THE WASHINGTON HER ALD. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15. 1913.
SEND US YOUR ORDERS FOR METAL
ROOFING AND ROOF PAINT
Furnaces, Ranges , Stove Repairs
Jobbing a Specialty
D. R. STANSBURY,
1304-6 N. Y. Ave. N. W. Phone M. 129.
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11107 ESt. N.
" PLUNGER ELECTRIC
FOR ALL KINDS OF SERVICE
Standard Plunger Elevator Co.,
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S. R. Klotz
Yard ... 26c
121 TENTH STREET NORTHEAST
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HBBRIAU " I
Keeps the cold out so completelv that you save on your ?
coal bill. . ' 2
GEO. T. KOLB,
Hub Bldg., 14th at N. Y. Ave. N. W. Phone M. 2724. f
$. We stive Herald S3,0OO rosiest -rotes. X
Job Work and Remodeling a Specialty
C. A. CAMPBELL
1212 H Street N. W.
612 E Street N. W.
Have Your House Decorated by Experts
Artistic Wall Pnper In half tlii-
looVs of a. home. Consnlt us.
LDnrtT foeii. J. ai. roEit
"No Floor Like An Oak Floor."
JOHN G. CHESTNUT CO.
1342 N. Y. Ave. Main 5999. We Also Scrape Floors.
John H. Hinrichs, Painting LlK
Hardwood Finishing and Hardwood Floors. Tinting-, tc Reasonable Prices.
1210 New York Avenue Phone M. 4645
PITCHER & PHELPS.
Successors to W. B. noltxclavr.
BUILDING AND GENERAL CONSTRUCTION
HOUSE REPAIRING IN ALL BRANCHES
1705 Pennsylvania Avenue Wain 2700
secure homes. f
Day Phono, M. 135. j
Night Phone, Col. 3487.
Always pleases when you want
WALLS PAPERED RIGHT.
Fifth St. N.E.
Stucco Relief, and
1212 H Street N. W.
9 Washington, D. C.
I'll paint your house to stay painted. I use the
sort of paint that lasts.
GWCn.it, l'AIXTl.NG coxtiiactoh.
1250 Eighth Street N. W. Phone N. 4537
'Phone Mnin ?y
Phone Main 515
Former Vice President Hon
ored by Fellow-members
of Chamber. '
KAUFMAN CHOSEN VICE
Retiring Officers in Annual Reports
Show that Organization Is
Annual election of officers of the Wash
ington Chamber of Comercc at the New
Wlllard last night made D. J. Callahan,
president; D. J. Kaufman, lce presi
dent; C. J. Bell, second vlco president,
and James F. Oyster, who retired from
the presidency. S. A. Klmbcrly, R. I.
Andrews. M. A. Winter; Harry Kins,
Sldney West. N. A. Merritt. Washington
Topham, Harry M. Kaufman and Allen
H. Rogers new members of the direc
torate. Except for the election of directors. In
which the original field of twenty-two
was scratched down to "seventeen actual
contestants, for the ten vacancies on the
n. j. cal.i,ah.
directorate, there was no contest In the
elections, and the whole meeting, which
was plcasurably interrupted by a fine
buffet lunch, was without Incident ex
cept the hearty kindness that the mem
bers howed toward their old and new
officers and toward each other.
Mr. Callahan, chosen to succeed Capt.
Oyster as president, was nominated by
Chapln Drown, who said-
"Prior to placing my candidate's hat
in the ring, I want to say that in my
opinion an election to the office, of Presi
dent of the Chamber of Commerce is
one of the highest honors that can be
paid to any citizen of the District. There
are other offices of cheater power, pat
ronage, and Influence, but none higher
.n the scale of honor.
The office has been held by three of
our mot worthy citizens, who discharged
its duties with credit to themselves and
glory to the Chamber.
"But the Rlorlcs of the administrations
of this Illustrious trio cannot be referred
to without alo mentioning the name of
another distinguished citizen and hon
ored member of this chamber. This man.
possessing these arlous and varied
qualifications and attribute", our own fellow-citizen
and fellow-member, Daniel J
Callahan. I huc the pleasure and honor
to nominate for the office of president
of the Washington Chamber of Com
Mr. Callahan's nomination was second
ed by John Dolph
The election was made unanimous, as
were the elections of Mr Kaufman, who
was nominated by Ralph W. Lee. and
seconded by B. W. Guy. and Mr. Bell,
who was nominated by Isaac Gans and
seconded by several members at once.
Drlef Speeches Made.
All the newly elected officers made
brief speeches of thanks.
Tho offices of secretary and treasurer
are filled by the directors at a meeting
to be calUd by the new president.
The names of Robert N. Harper. Frank
Metzcrott, John Mitchell. Jr.. R. F. Saul,
and George K. Walker, who had been
nominated for the directorate, were
withdrawn The other candidates, be
sides those elected, were Edwin II. Etz.
A. O. Hutterly, Walter McDonnell,
Thomas II. Melton, Edwin C. Reed, II.
E. Sands, and Harry Wardman.
The results of the election were an
nounced by Granville M Hunt, lice
chairman of the tellers.
President Ojster. In his annual report,
recounted a history of the development
of the Capital and its government, and
d'scussed the achievements and duties
cf the Chamher of Commerce.
Secretary Thomas Grant reported that
the Chamber held ten meetings, the di
rectors fifteen, the executive committee
ten, and other committees zlj meetings.
Also morc than twenty other organiza
tions. Including the Retail Merchants'.
Credit Men, Federation of Citizens' As
sociations, and other cWlc and trade
bodies, had met at the Chamber rooms
in Twelfth and F Streets Northwest.
Treasurer A. Llsner reported that the
receipts for the year 1513 were: Balance
on hand January 1, 1912, C23 95; member
ship dues and other revenues, $15,171.73.
The balance on hand January 1, 1913, was
J.'M.7?, and since that date has been In
creased to several thousand dollars. The
total assets of the Chamber were re
ported to bo $7401.56. The conventions
fund was reported to be $3,043.93.
"CLUB" NIGHT PLANNED,
Capital to Hear Business: Talk, and
to Hare Dance.
Cards have been sent out for tho first
club night of the Capital Club, to be held
at its clubhouse, 1347 Pcnnslvania Ave
nue. Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. The
evening will be devoted to a talk on "The
Need of Fraternal Relationship In Busi
ness" by Representative Thomas U. Sis
son of Mississippi. It will be the first of
a series of business talks to be git en by
After the talk there will be a cabaret
show, which will consist of dialect dia
logues and songs. There will also be
dancing. Music will be furnished by Prof.
Ruckert's orchestra. Luncheon will be
served at 10 JO o'clock.
Talk, on Education.
The third cf a series of public lectures
being delivered by Very Rev. Edward A.
Pace. D. D., on subjects pertaining to
the education of children was given last
night In Carroll Hall. Dr. Pace empha
sized the Importance of careful early
tralnlng; of children. The fourth of tho
series will be delivered some time In February.
' .B" .isslsssW. "
GET MANY CONTRACTS.
Urnno Brother.. Ornamental Iron-
worker, Report Dn.lnea. Good
Bruno Brothers, ornamental Iron work
ers, 633 O Street, report a gratifying
incease of business since their firm was
organized less than a year ago. They
have recently bcen-favored with a num
ber of important contracts for the con
struction of ornamental balustraacs,
railings and window facades.
Prominent among these is the making
and putting up of Jho ornamental Iron
work of the Seventh Street Savings
Bank, on which the firm is now engaged.
Bruno Brothers employ a force of ex
pert designers of Iron decorations, and
are prepared to execute any order in
this line, however large or complicated
it may be. Their shop is equipped with
every facility for reliable prompt work.
Though a comparatively new firm. It
has quickly become known among the
standard iron-working concerns of the
city, and is daily adding to Its re
putation for doing high-class work.
The member of the firm who manages
the business end of the enterprise states
that even during the mid-winter build
ing slump the shop is running to its full
capacity to keep np wltn orders.
Shannon X I.nrh. Renting- Sertlco
Report Renting of Quarter..
Tho Shannon & I.uchs renting serv
Ice report having negotiated a lease
on the first floor and cellar of Gil Four
teenth Street Northwest, in conjunction
with tho real estate office of Story &.
Cobb, to the tailoring establishment of
Fineman & Goldsmith, of Baltimore and
Washington, who are now located in an
A new double show window and front
of elaborate design will be added to the
building by the tenants before possession
is taken. This building is the one until
recently occupied by Donald Nlcoli &
This is the third lease of downtown
Fourteenth Street property reported by
tbls firm in the past few dats.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Alltr brtwttn II ud I, Suttfnth nd Serenirntb
Street Northrt-IjrCT I". ttutU to Moot-
femrry Itlair, lot 3S, aqiur. 166, $10
in ind 1726 SHln Strrrt Northntt-lloluid K
rt m. to .Mlra IttUne Abrrt. lot 31. tquira
150 SK four V Cum rt rfr. Ilr4.n0. to um,
lot 3X nun ISO. JIQ. A 11m McUn. Abrrt
to Kdnl II lMlhtKh, lot. 31 and &. KJ'Jire
.Ninth htrert Nortlmr h-twrrn K lxl I. tnrrU
John II yUzraiiir rt ni. to .Mirn JleUine
Ali-rt. M tt il l.ft urltiml lot li mmre K2.
J10. Allen McLine Atert mtej !me vp-
rrtr to Uiil.D-l Ktxiu S10.
Hl-hmoM INirk-lUttle I" Wmtind tt rfr. Jme
to IKxuU P. Mmoth!., lot SI. arjture S1.
Iwivnnr!-n I3iuurtb Illowijrc t
to Lmini Slithni lot X. 510.
, Juf.n U..
CS TratrfeoM Htrcrt North. ftul VIlfT l
twern TrctTfond and Tmlj tlitni. 1 and
J Strrrui .VlbrM-Bani'U CHicn rt tut to
Jacob Wolf lot. 11 and 1". .mar. 7. J10.
Ilolmnd Minor- Clurln J. Walker tt ux. to GuVn
A. Thunn l BJ. Work 5 HO
ltk&mond Park-llirhniond Park Imrnmrornt tVm
lnr to IUlli M ltrown. lot (3. nnan. 3164. JW
"trae to Michael llama, lota 50 and St. aquare
3. $10 Same to Italia S Cookarr. lot M
block Sht. 110.
Third and It Htrrfti Northi-nonTt h. BradHeld
t m to William If Uracxrkl. ln lut
anuare 5S0 $10.
Mount rimant ChariM i' Wire et m. to Mair
MrXnlilTe. lot 710. $0
Mnrinia Alfnw. S.xitlir-t nrtwrm. Tmlh and
Kltrmlh Strefta-Qiarlfi K. Wire et
Ikrtha (Mfnwmld and llmrr Wru part onjlnal
lot U. aquare S5I $10. Marr W Me Vnllfe had
-TfjTd aaroe tvfrnj to tTiarlea l wire. $10.
fhllluai Ca.tl Hlht-ahinion Land and
Iortac Cbrnranr to Joseph V Gonzalea, lot 1.
an,uarc 33S3. $1 000.
lnlr-ld-IlarTT H. Ijcodt to CMnrll T. Oradr.
lot 1M blork 3 $10
Chillum CaMlo lleuht-n. N KoHcgird rt ux lo
Waiinon I-arl and Morljuo Corananj. Iota
and S. Miiare XS3. $10
218 Konrtrrnth Mrert North, ert II Sydney Kmz
to t J. Nee tnmrnr lot 30 acjnare rC, $i0
Mi-nmin Arenne $.itmdnl V 1 Nee Com pa nr to
II tdnrjr Klnc MtXM and 30, wiuare 1300 $10.
111$ I MrrVt Vorthraat-narrna K WiHUma rt ui.
to t rrd II lUualm. lot S. aniurr 10C3 $10.
Tmt rlr Srrert Northwen brtreD K ln-1 K
Ntrreta 337 V Slnret Northwct 1T3S Ptirrt
Northmrt and Sefcnrtzen I"ark ItolMt Kibuni
rt m to Herman K. Oach. lot 12 Work 2.
(Vhnetwn Park eaat "i lot li rrnue 81 part
lot . aqnare K rrt oricinal lot 31. aquare $1;
part lot a. nviare tl. and lot K. aqnare 13, $10
ITieTr Cliate Tliomaa M tialo rt at. tmre. to
Kdvard II Junra lot ST inare If" S3T5.
K3 II Wrrrt prthwrt'Jaaton P Philip to Herman
II ITiilIp, half lntwrt in lot IS. mnare 3C. $"0.
Thbtr fourth Strrrt Northweit bctirem nrarrrwir
and It Streets- Same to aarar, rne-fonrth intor
In lots S3 to 10. equare Ol. ran lota 3B and
Kb. tquare 131. $10.
ChMT Chase Thomai M Gale et aL, tmstrea. to
Hnch J and Marj- J Mnrraj. lota 3 and 30.
wioare la68, $3,210
Pleaunt mins-Jamn D. Hobba to laaae II Rid
frrd. lot C$1. $10
Tenth Ptrret Vorthwest between U and V Strcela-
Thomas $1 Wilson rt at. to Plocence I). Me-
Anlillr, crisinal lot I. kiuare Hi $3,000.
Rmldinff pennits vre Issued, to-day to the fellow.
O. E. Howe, to build, two prirate atsiiles in the
rear of 13 O Street anoNmi O Street Northwest:
archltert. It. S. Ituitt. builder. O E. Howe; ewi
miled cost. $1Jtn.
R, 11. Porrell, to reralr dwelUnt il 307 X Street
Southwest, estimated cost, $ftT0.
$Iward II Ererett to repair atom at 817 Seren
teenth Street Northwest: estimated cv4. $30.
Iwis Ingram, lo repair store anI duelling- at 2433
Fifteenth. Street Northwest: estimated coat. $301.
;enr-e Perkins. U. repair dwetlinE at 3JJ Q Buret
Northwest: eUmted cost, $1000
A A. Cbe-ley. to repair dwrUIre it C K Street
N'oruiwest. entlmated cost. $"$.
It. It. Howrnrteln. to reralr eeere It RI D Street
Nerthweet: estimated coat. $3J03
BAB ASSOCIATION MEETS.
Want. Fls-e "Trial Dny' Hereafter
Instead of Fonr.
For the purpose of expediting the trial
of cases In the District Supreme Court,
the standing committee of tho Bar As
sociation, of which Arthur A. Birney is
chairman, was authorized at a meeting
of the association yesterday to confer
with the Judges In an attempt to nave
Saturday named as a "motion cay." tnua
clvlnr five "trial days' instead of four.
Officers were elected as follows: John
E. Laskey. president: William Myer
iv-win. first vice "resident: Jonn iewts
Kmlth. second sico president: Charles
H. Cracln. treasurer, and Edwaln I.
Wilson, secretary. Clarence R. Wilson,
John C. Glttlngs. and William E. Am
brose were re-elected director'.
Andobon Society Meets.
The sixteenth annual meeting of the
Audubon Society of tho District of Co
lumbia was held last night at the Mc
Klnley Manual Training High School.
Seventh Street and Rhode Island Avenue
An Illustrated lecture, given by Wlt
mer Stone, curator of birds nt the Acad
emy of Natural Sciences. Philadelphia,
was the feature of the programme. His
subject was; "Nature Study in the Pine
Barrens of New Jersey."
The annual reports of the secretary.
Miss Helen P. Chllds. and the treasurer.
Miss ilary Brlckensteln, showed that
large Increases had been made In the so-'
ciety membership during tho past year
and that Its finances -were In a flourish
To 'Core aHcadaeae
Ton must first remove the cause. Most
headaches are 'caused by a disordered
stomach. Hoffa Lemon Seldlitz will put
your stomach In the pink ot condition
and cure your headacb. In few mln
Continued from First I'nge.
tume of brocado satin with bodice of
w hito lace.
Mrs. Grover Cleveland wore a hand
some gown of pink chiffon, with gold
embroidery, and diamond and pearl orna
ments. Miss Esther Cleveland wore a charm
ing French gown of Nile green char
meuse, with silver embroidery and girdle
of rose pink chiffon.
Mrs. White, wife of the Chief Justice,
woro a black velvet gown with rose
point lace and pearls.
Mrs. OJler Wendell Holmes woro -a
handsome gown ot white satin and black
Mrs. Horace H. Lurton wore a becom
ing gown of tapue-colored chiffon elvet.
Mrs. Charles Evans Hughes wore a
lovely gown of rose pink satin, with an
overdress of green net embroidered with
pastel shaded beads.
Mrs. Joseph It Lamar wore a gown
of black brocaded velvet on tissue of
Mrs. Knox wore a light blue velvet
gown embroidered with selvcr and trim
med with silver lace.
Mrs. MacVeagh wore a handsome gown
of orchid brocade and black thread lace.
Mrs WickerKham wore white brocaded
satin with an ocr-dress of black net. em
broidered In Jet and cut steel, and dia
monds. Mrs. Akin, of New York, wore a be
coming costume of cerise velvet.
Miss Dorothy Kissel, of New York. was.
attractive In n gown of blue satin trimmed
with black fur.
Mrs. Nagel wore white brocaded satin
edged with a narrow border of brown fur.
Miss Hildegarde Nagel locked charm
ing in a gown of pink satin
Mrs. Meyer's gown was one of the
handsomest in the room. It was black
Jetted net. embroidered In a flower de
sign, the bodice being of white lace.
The .MUses Meyer wero dressed alike
In gowns of white brocade satin, with
Mrs. Champ Clark wore a handsome
gown of green and white satin
Mrs. John Huy wore a wore a beau
tiful gown of filter brocade satin and
point lare, and diamond ornaments.
Mrs. Henry I" Dimock wore superb
gown of white satin and point lace.
Mr. Martin A. Kn.ipp wore a hand
some gown of mauic satin and chiffon.
Mrs. Job Barnard wore a lovely gown
of grey s.itin. with train of silver and
Mrs. Roland Trench wore a becoming
gown of black velvet, with diamond orna
ments. Mrs. Huntington Jackson looked
charming In a locly gown of gray and
pink brocade and gray chiffon.
Mrs. Willis Mooro wore a handsome
gown of brown velvet
Mrs. Stephen Aj-res wore a beautiful
gown of cream gauze embroidered with
crystals over cream charmcuse
Miss Ares wore a chic gown of ac
cordion pleated chiffon over a blue bro
caded satin skirt.
Mrs. J H Hankhead wore a handsome
gown of blue and gold brocade fcatln,
with court train.
Mrs. Falrchlld. of New York, wore a
becoming gown of cream lace and blue
velvet She wore also handsome dia
Ms William Wheatley wore a hand
some goun of blue brocade with a tunic
of white French lace, trimmed with pearl
beads and mbroldcred ro-c bud".
Mrs. Tom Williams wore a lovely gown
of gray satin soup'e, with tunic of white
and black, chiffon
Mrs. Richard S 11111 wore a beautiful
costume of yellow satin, veiled in point
lace, and peifl and diamond ornaments
The Misses II1II both appeared in lovely
gowns of white satin trimmed with white
marquisette and rhlnestone buckles.
Mrs. Frank ltriggs wore a becoming
gown of white brocade, veiled In white
chiffon, with narrow panel of brocade
down the train.
Mrs James Dudley Morgan wore n
handsome dress of white satin, and
beautiful diamond ornaments.
Mrs. Francls Chlsholm looked most at
tractive In a gown of mauve charmeute
and white (hlffon
Mrs. T Franklin Schneider wore a
handsome gown of grey beaded chiffon.
Miss Florence Schneider looked hand
some In a gown of blue brocade chiffon
and white lace
MIs3 Annie Bennett Pltzer wore a
handsome gown of pale blue chiffon over
Mrs. Charles L. LInthlcum looked well
In a gown of white brocade, with dia
Miss Unthicum wore a gown of pink
chiffon and gold lace, caught with rose
Mrs E. C Murphy wore white brocade
with touches of blue.
MIs Agnes de Rlcl Murphy wore
gown of electric blue brocade w ith a bird
of paradise In her hair.
Mrs. Ashurst, wife of Senator Ashurst,
wore a handsome dress of blue and white
Manila tissue over blue satin and dia
mond and pearl ornaments.
Mrs. P. Tarv-ln appeared In a gown of
white and silver brocade and silver lace.
Mrs. Charles C. McChord. wife of In
terstate Commerce Commissioner Mc
Chord. wore white brocade with a tunic
embroidered In blue and gold.
Miss Margaret McChord wore costal
tulle over white satin and sash of pale
Mrs. Willis Abbott wore whlto satin
with a costal tunic
Mrs. Moore, of New York, looked hand
some In a gown of pale gray crepe me
teor and a collar of diamonds and pearls
and a diamond ornament In her hair.
Mrs. R. I Henry wore white and silver
brocade with touches of green chiffon.
Miss Leila May Henry wore pale blue
chiffon with rhlnestone trimming.
Mrs. 8. A. Willis was handsomo In a
gown of copper chiffon over white satin,
with touches of Alice blue velvet.
Mrs. Elmer Black, of New York, wore
a striking costume of purple velvet bro
cade, and a superb tiara and necklace
Mrs. Davenport White wore a hand
somo gown ot white lace trimmed with
fur. and a tulle, sash.
Miss Mildred E. Fearn was attractive
In a gown of white tullo spangled with
cnstals over white satin.
Mrs. Henry Krogstadt wore a striking
costume of white silk crepe, with French
lace spangled with silver.
Mrs. Charles Dulln wore o. handsome
gown of white lace and superb diamonds.
Mrs. Clifford Berry man wore a lovely
gown of mauve satin, with overdress of
Mrs. James L. Slayden wore a hand
some gown of black lace over white
Mrs. Frank Robinson appeared In a
handsome costume of light -blue and
black chiffon over charmcuse.
Miss Maty Macon worn a handsome
gown of pale pink crepe melver.
Mrs. E. V. Spencer, of San Francisco,
wore a beautirul costume of black lace
over white satin.
Is the man lo consult when decorating your home.
JOHN R. MAHONEY
324 Pennsylvania Avenue S. E.
Is the. man.
Forty-seven years practical experience in paper hanging,
painting, and interior decorating.
We Give Vote, la Herald'. tSSAOO Coate.f.
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I BllsRfi-s rrfflM
Prices" as low as for any hard brick.
Washington Silicate Brick Co.,
Work", Terra Cotta. D. C ;:
611 Colorado Bldg. Phone Main 7579.
Prompt, Efficient Hauling
WITH MY PERFECTLY EQUIPPED MOTOR TRUCKS
J. G. BENTON 0enceortaHca.uorn
Tel. M. 8017. Room 220, Colorado Building.
CEMENT LEADS ?0rSs
THE R. J. BEALL CONSTRUCTION CO..
734 Fifteenth Street N. W.
RELIABLE CARPENTER WORK
is ASSUIIUD 'WIIEN" I DO IT.
CADIM7T AOnK. CiKSEIlAI. REPAinS.
C. E. HUCK. 1727 Pennsylvania Avenue M. W.
KING HEATING COMPANY, t
Ulsh and Loir l'reasure Steam and Hwt-vi.ter Ileatlac. X
" Engine and ramp Wort, .J
827 14th STREET N. W. PHONE M. 4435
NEED MM You'll Save Time, Trouble, and Money by Consulting
AN W. S. PLAGER, 210 N. Capitol St.
A ti' ''"' C4M'"v,lH,ll"!4"H"M"i' i ? t1 'I' 'a' 'a1 ' 'I1 'I' i1 '!' 'i' I1 'I1 !' &
W. L. MORRIS & CO.
ralntlnc. raperhaajslnir. and Deeoratlnc. Estimates Cheerfnlljr GItco.
' Latest Style Paperhanglngs with Cretons to Match.
1314 G STREET N. W. M. 2839.
suPEmnn -h oiiic.
CHAS. W. BLAKENEY
Briefs and Blanks
Are the choice of mot architects
nl builders. Do jou use them?
faecal nink. Patent lUanks.
Pension HUnks. State ninnl...
Catalogues. County Ulanksj.
Commercial -work of all kinds.
D. W. Limerick & Co.,
rrlatera and I'nbllshera,
10OC II St. 3f. W. Phone Main 6368.
l When Yon .Are neady to Build 5
THE SATISFACTORY nUILDEIt.
A. H. AYLOR
S3 SEATO.V .ST. SV.
We bItc Herald 5,000 contest
MBS. BENNETT IS DEAD.
Widow Stricken islth. Appoplexy on
. Street, Expires In Hoipltnl.
ci.trli.n ultls aDODlcxv ai she was
.h,.it n nisr fhn Ralelsh Hotel to dine
with a party of friends. Mrs. Fannie
Bennett, fifty-five years old. widow of
Arthur J. Bennett, fell at Pennsylvania
Avenue and Twelfth Streets, Northwest,
shortly after S o'clock last night and
died shortly after belnp removed to
sr- n.tin.lr vns nlekpd un uneon-
cclous by two chauffeurs, carried Into
the hostelry and placed on & bed In a
private room while word was sent for
v, ii...l.. Ttr TTvis Af th Atfthftma
ayr. .iiac ... -- -
apartments. The physician found Mrs.
Bennett In a critical conaiuon ana or
dered her removal to a hospital.
Dath occurred ten minutes after Mrs.
n....t wan nitmltted to EmertreneY.
Word was sent by the police to her sla
ter, Mrs. Susan V. Klmbcrly, with whom
she lived at mi aeaton oireei, norm-
This Is Known ns "KIcKlna- In."
A. penitent Washlneton man yesterday
sent to the Treasury of the United States,
through a. Baptist preacher. J10 to be
added to the government conscience fund.
Of Artistic Taste
VISIT OR PHONE
Washington's. Headquarters for
REMEMBER. I make a specialty of
mall vrork. and five it my personal at
tention. PHONE WEST 1371.
H.ELMER GRIFFIN, "Est. 87 5"
"YE OLDE PAYHTE SHOPPE"
3049 M STREET
TWO QUALITIES, TWO g
SIZES IN WHITE BRICK.
Phone M. 3624.
:: HOUSE PAINTING
STREET N. W.
When in a Hurry
No delays. Wc are equipped to
start your work the moment It Is
Roland S. Gielow Co.,
1312 K St. X. IV.
Main 131. Odell I Whipple, MaTT.
ROOF PAINTING GENERAL JOBBING
JOHN F. CALLAN
riio.VE Mscotr loss.
JAMES BROWN CO.
Office and shop.
803 5th Street N. W.
We artre Herald 35,000 contest
719-21 13th St. N.W.
Architects Drawing Materials.
Enjclneem A Surveyors Supplies,
Builders' Transits and Levels.
We slve Herald KSfiOO contest Totes.
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