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FOR LA FOLLETTE'S
SfflG IN THE WEST
Utmost Interest Is Being
Displayed In Speech
T Making Tour.
PlMi- have been practically perfected
for the swing around the' circle which
Senator La Follette will begin aoon
after the opening of Congress, It was
expected the Itinerary would be publla
before this time, but the delay has been
cnusea Dy me fact mat senator La
Follette had to complete certain maga
xlne work. He now Is expected to be
gin his tour, of the Middle West about
a Week aftet Congress opens.
The utmost. Interest will surround this
tour,". as from the results ot it and the
. manner lnT which La Follette Is' re-
' celved, ( politicians will, to a consider
able rextent, . draw their' conclusions as
, to whether? President Taft la politically
strong enough to get renomlnation. Es
pecial Interest will attach to the
speeches La Follette will make In Ohio,
Inthe President's i own State.
Reports here are that a powerful wave
of Insurgency Is sweeping 'across Ohio
t and ."endangering . the Taft prospects
there. The La' Follette trip Into, Ohio
, will Indicate pretty clearly how far
these reports are well founded.
Senator La Follette has been making
"preparations for 'the trip' for some time.
lie has a aeries of speeches carefully
prepared' for this 'occasion. He Is ex
pected to 'deal freely with the truxt
and tariff; problems among others. Prob
ably he will: devote more attention to
t these, things than, to other themes.
Brilliant Throng Sees
1 Prelate Consecrated
KINGSTON, Ontario, Nov. 30.-In the
presence mf a great gathering of prel
ates, and priests from various points .In
onlill anil tho TTnlto atntos nnA nt
'the Catholic- laity- of this city, the Most
Rev. M. J. Bpratt, formerly of Bello-
vine, wm voaay v consecrated as ne.au
of.. the -Romaa. Catholic archdiocese of
Kingston, succeeding ArchblMiop Dau
ghter, The consecration took, place In St.
Mary's Cathedral, and was one of the
most brilliant ceremonies of Its kind
ever witnessed here. The consecrating
prelate was the- apostolic delegate to
Canada, Monslgnor Stagnl, of Ottawa,
who'. -was assisted! by several archbish
ops and bishops of .Ontario and Quebec.
Have "Dog Mouth."
PITTSBURGH. Nov. 30. "Dog
mouth," a disease discovered by Paris
physicians, and caused by kissing pet
! poodles, 4s becoming prevalent In Pitts
burgh. Hecht & Company
25c Week Pays the Bill
. IiAnuK AND EXTRA 'WELL, MADE BAMBOO .8HIKT
WaUt'Ilox, cpvered with best grade Japanese Matting; fljl 7r
Value Is $3; sp'eclal price lor tomorrow ,.., wX.IU
50c Week Pays the Bill
Leather Turkish Rocker, like
and very comfort
able: SS0 value ...
- BEAUTIFUL 3 - PIECE
frames; .upholstered In silk
seats; value u; special price
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Women's 'Board-of Children's Institution to Serve Tea
from Three Until Six o Clock Today - Further
, Contributions Sought.
Tea wltL be' served by the women's
board of ihe Chlldrcn Hospital,, at a
free public' reception at the format open
ing,. of the model .new, buildings this
afternoon from3 until s b'clook. The
entire' membership -of- the; board wlll.be
In attendance to show1 visitors" through
the various buildings: '"
Strong-appeals have been made io the
charitably inclined citlxens of ihe Dis
trict for aid' in promoting the work pf
the Institution for the care of sick chili
dren. The work of furnishing the' new
buildings has nurd a. heavy drain wpon
the resources of the Institution. and It
Is hoped that additional funds mar be
provided today.; Oh Thanksgiving days
In times past many liberal -donations
have been made. - ' ' ""
A favorite',, method J of donation lms
been In the form uf 'memorial'' bedn,
wr.ero the donor, ty the giving of 1500
toward the' support of'the hospital hns
the privilege of naming n, bed in Ihe In
stitution. The giving of 15,000 may en
dow a bed, ,the Income from the endow
ment meeting all ordinary expenses for
at irast one child all the time. It Is
hoped that several large sums will be
Want Small Sums.
Smaller donations, from a few cents
up, arc j'.nt an inanKruuy recctvea d.v
in e management, una tno dvik or tn
donations which have gone toward tho
Mipport of the Institution In the past
hive been made up of the snall coil
trlbutlona of, man V. 1
The rominlttee In chargo of soliciting
Ihe Thanksgiving Day subscriptions Is
composed of Mrs. J. D. Patten, chair
man: Mrs. Tnhn' !'. Rogers. Mrs.
Thomas .M Oale, airs. Carollni Ilenrj",
Mrs. Horace Deland, and MIjs Marlon
Oliver. Donations of money may he
tent' to any of the committee, whlli
gifts of clothing, croceilcs, ind toys
nlmuld bp lent illrcrt to the h'mpltnl.
Mrs. Fred B. McQuIre, president of
the ladles1. board, is one of the most
active Workers In the aid of the In
stitution. Other ofTlcers of the
ladles' board are Mrs. T. M. Oale,
Mrs. C. C. Glover. Mrs. W. H. Hoeke.
Mrs. Horace Wentc.ott. and Miss
Davlse. Mrs. Charles H. Davis and
Mrs. C. C. Gloyer will serve the tea
this afternoon at the reception.
There are In the Children's Hos
pital today, suffering from nil man
ner of diseases, sixty-three children,
513-515-517 7th Street.
Pays the Bill
K. NDSOME GOLDEN
quarter oak Buffet; bev
el French plate mirror; a
hlfth-Krade piece of fur
niture: value $2 2.6 0:
Pays the Bill
PARLOR SUITE, HIGHLY POLISHED
velour; Ioobo cushions; spring: 91 CA
t. . .
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THE WASHHjdTO. TDOJS; TgUBSDNOEMfeER 30, Mil.
,thc,re being fewer Just now than Is
custoraary; The usual number of the
little. patients receiving treatment is
between seventy-five and eighty,
while the total attendance at the
hospital -and (he dispensary -run In
connection, for the last year, waa
s.fiaii .Hundreds' of. the ' nattenttf are
sent to. the hospital by the. board of
cnarutes, ipr ino oupuurv ot wtiyw
Congress each year" makes appropria
tions. "' t '
r Not .ill the patients, however, 'depend
upon charity, for many .parents' Insist
on paying' for the treatment received,
even, though It bt a nominal sum. The
atf lb.A convalasoant la of the must
approved-type, a kindergarten being run
In connection With the wards. Mrs.,
ThAmftlt AT rial nnA tit ihm HntlVA
worker on the board, has. charge of the
This Day Important on
Calendars of All Nations
Besides nelng a holiday on the Amer
ican calendar, today Is an Important
a., .v.- Ui.ni.M , -ii n.tinn
un v.. -.v..-c.a . .. ....v...
On- this day, In 1SC1, Jefferson DavlB
was elected to the Presidency of the
Confederate States of America.
November 30. US5, was n. day of
thanksklvlng In eastern Europe, when
the long-extended hostilities between
Hervla and Bulgaria, which had cost so
, mucn sunenng ana so many uvea,
Jonathan Bwlft, known to the preo-ent-day
readers as the author of "Gul
liver's Travels." was born November
90, 1667. On this day also, In 1762, tho
American commissioners signed the
preliminary treaty of peace with Great
Britain, which officially ended the
Cyrus W. Field, projector of the
ocean telegraph, or cable, as It Is now
called, was born on this day In 1819.
Sixteen years later, to a day, Samitel
M. Clemens, "Mark Twain," was born.
To Arguers' Club
A woman's auxiliary of the Arguei's
Club was formed at a meeting at
Freund's Hall last night. Following the
business meeting, a musical program
was presented which included songs by
Messrs. Burdette, Hlncs. Jasper. Os
borne, Connell, and a violin solo by
Charles Schoeneman. The accompan
ists were Mrs. Burdette and Miss Gib
son,1 Miss Osborn, and Miss Shane. Re
freshments were served.
Hecht & Company
MANY, BUT EASILY AND SATISFACTORILY ANSWERED WHEN SHOWN OUR STOCKS
ed, highly polished Ped
estal, like Illustration;
round top and base,
heavy standard. Regu
lar 2.60 t C
ket for ,flpw
all brass; spe
BIB IN RULE
Frank Barter Sentenced for
Breaking Into Store.
'Three" Weddings. , .
ROCKyiLLE.. M6,(-Nov. 6,rFrank
Carter,' colored, .was sentenced to" five
.years. In' tho Maryland penitentiary by
Judge E. C. Peter. ,ln the circuit court.
Saturday, for breaking Into, the store of
Lebnard C. Burns arid stealing $10. The
crime was; committed seven years ago,
but Carter was not arrested until a few
months ago. He was located In Bykes
A One of $50 and costs was the pen'
alty Imposed upon Robert' Johnson, col
ored, In 'the., circuit court for violating
the -local option law. it was cnargea
Johnoon peddled bottles of whisky dur-
Inir thn iYfn rtnckvllln fair. -
ing the recent Rockvlllo fair,
Alexander Gorman, Indicted for com
plicity In the larceny of a steer from
William Waters, a farmer of the vicin
ity of Oermantown, was acquitted be
fore juages reicr ana oioiicr, in mo
I circuit court, yesterday. The principal
. ,..,. aifalnut uorham was ui
Poole, "who pleaded- guilty to complicity
In the larceny, and Is now serving a
term In the ponttentlary. The steer was
shot and dressed In a field on the
John M. Gallagher, ot Washington,
and Miss Grace V. Plummer, of Oalth
ersburg, were married in Rockvllle yes
terday afternoon by the Rev. William
D. Keene, pastor of the Southern Meth
odist Church, at the home of the min
ister. Miss Viola Jenkins and F.
Chauncey Sonne, both of Washington,
were married by the Rev. 8. 8. White,
of tho Baptist Church. . .
Charles Doweii King, or King's vai
and Miss Augusta ward, ot xra-1
vllah, were married by the Rev. 'Wil
liam u. Keene, pastor oi mo Doumoni
Turkey Reaches Town
The big Rhode island turkey which
will adorn the President's table on
Thanksgiving has arrived. . It reached
the White Hoiifo late yesterday after
noon, and Immediately was, turned over
to the Presidential, cook for today's
This bird weighs, thirty pounds
dressed, ' and Is a splendid specimen.
it came from Horace vose, wno nas
taken Drlde In
his privilege or suppy-
, Dn..Mnta anil thf, fr,,.U,M Will,
prise turkeys for Thanksgiving during
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tne last ten years.
513-515-517 7th Street.
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Home Comfortably at Lowest lost
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DONT be a sroaek. Don't be a slave. Don't let roar life become a
mere matter of food and clothes and rent. Let In a little sunshine.
Let la same mnilo. flood spirits and lauahter will follow. A
GILBKRT PIANO In your home -nlU hit Gloom and Melancholy a
hard crack between the eyes.
Don't say you can't nfford It. Yon can afford anything; that will
lighten your hardens aud bring; the rosea to the children's cheeks.
What's a dollar a week or 4 a month to yon If It will drive the shadows
from the house and pat sunbeams In their place f
Enjoy life while yon have It. It'a all right to be reasonably economi
cal, but when, It comes to making m slave of .yourself, It's wrong dead
Let aa send yoa this splendid sweet-toned piano for a free trial. Not
a cent of expense to yoa. flee what effect music has on yaar children.
Bee the miles ripple over Mother's face when she hears the rhythmic
patter of the children's feet keeping time with some rollicking march, or
their little voices blending In some sweet rcfrals.
We Rive a piano stool, a handsome scarf, or a rubber cover
FREE with every pfano. We keep the piano in tune FREE
for one year.
We are also Washington representatives for the
RICHARDSON PLAYER-PIANOS, OOMSTO OK piano
($225), HAYNES piano ($250), REGAL piano ($300),
CAMERON piano ($325), HARVARD piano ($375), and
JACOB DOLL piano ($400) .
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You Cr Always Have II Charged
JL JL 513-515-51? 7th 3'treet K-a I
PARTY FOR ORPHANS
TO BE HELD TONIGHT
Thousands of Persons Ex
" pected' to Attend Conven
tion Hall Entertainment.
Between 3,000 and 4,000 persons are
expected to be In Convention Hall,
Fifth and, L streets northwest, tonight
for the dramatic entertainment and
donation party given under the aus
pices of the Cathollo Knights of Amer
ica for the St. Joseph's Orphan Asy
lum. This Is the twenty-eighth annual
entertainment of this character, and
for the last several years the attend
ance has been above 8,000. It lls ex
pected that several hundred dollars, In
addition to large quantities or ciotmng
,$ flowers, will be obtained as the
stilt' of the entertainment.
Decorations used at the food show
have been loft in place for the enter
tainment tonight. One hundred ot the
120 orphan boys, between the ages of
seven and thirteen years, who are giv
en care and training in the orphanage,
will entertain tha audience with drllU
and exercises they have learned under
the direction of Miss Katherlne Lackey.
Th Rev. Dr. William J. Korby, of
Catholic University, will deliver the
only address of the evening. MuMc will
be furnished by Prof. J. I. Ferslnger's
orchestra. After the set program of
the evening the floor will be cleared for
dancing. ... . ...
E. J. Hannan Is chairman of the re
ception committee. Michael A Keane.
am ohairman nf the committee en dona
tions, has secured many articles of
value for the orphanage.
Judge William H. De Lacy, of the
Juvenilis Court, who has taken an
active Interest In the orphanage, has
charge of the entertainment features
tonight. Those to be In'chargo of the
ball are J. Henry Buscher, judge ro
tcy, Dr. A. D,
WUKinson, ana jr. j.
Year's Busiest Day
For "Kupid" Kroll
Daniel Cupid put In a busy day yes
terday, and forty-five marriage licenses
were Issued by "Kupid" Kroll, at City
Hall, most of the weddings having been
planned for today.
Applicants came from all sections, and
they were of all ages, ranging from
eighteen to seventy-eight. Many of the
prospectlves were from Virginia and
Maryland, but a majority live in the
District. The record made was the
largest of the year.
I'm thankful It only happens once a
and that the shop is closed to-
day' declared Mr. Kroll, who
plained of "writer's cramp."
Hecht &. Company
socks, In fine
velvet and ax
shapes; at 29c
Ml Ml a
THIS EXACT GOLDEN OAJC ROCK
er. with cobbler seat; very strong
construction; large, broad arms; sub
stantially braced; the value Pt T
Is S3.76. Specially reduced to tDJL.Utl
President1 Taft Gets
Box of Prlzi Apples
,i'n I, i " i
President Taft today received a box
containing sixty Varieties of Virginia,;
jniiryinu, nnu vreni TriHua uppics.
the pick of the exhibits at tho aPPle
show now in progress at the Masonla
Temple. Will F, Thomas, manager 'of
the show, selected tha .apples, himself,
ind no more luscious array of fruit has
ever been seen at the White House.
Yesterday afternoon the prise, apple
Ble of the show was presented to tho
resident by .the management.
Rich HaulTor Robber.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia,. Nov.
20. "Ulve me a thousand," demanded a
masked man of the teller of the' Royal
toward the teller, who handed him fl.000
In bills. I
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IS THE IDEAL FAMILY DUCATTVE,CA5 A
IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO ALL IS
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AND PERFECTLY SAFE'AT ALL TIMES.
CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP
mine Circle. ,
oneveruPacfeage of the Genuine.
ALL kXUABU I OMffiCISTS WCTHE ONONaL Ah
GENUINE WKtN CALLED 1X3IK .ALTHOUCH THEY COULD
MAKE A LARGER PROF IT IY SCLUNO INTOUOR nttPAKA.
TIONS. YET THEY fRETER TO SELL THE CENUWE, BCCAUSC
IT U RIGHT TO DO SO AND FOR THft'coOO OP THEM
CUSTOMERS. WHEN IN NEED OP MEWClfttS, SUCH
DRUGGISTS ARE THE OWES TO DEAL WITH, AS YOU'
UFE OR. HEALTH MAY AT SOMCTtM. DEPEND UPOrl"
THEIR SKILL AND REUAWUTY.
PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS, EAR. THE. aOTTOM. AND M
THE CIRCLE.NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKACt-Of THE
CENUINC ONE SIZE ONLY,- FOR. SALE Y ALL LEADING
DRUGGISTS. WUUR PWCE'W.rtrt.ldTTLE.-
SYRUP OF F1CS AND EUXIR OP StNNA
BECAUSC IT tS THE ONE REMEDY WHICH ACTS
AND CLEANSES .THE SYSTEM. WITHOUT UNPLEA3ANTfPTPtqFpf'AII,wWVt
tSRfTATINC DEaifATINC-OR MPmO. AND THEREFORf :DOEg WQT TERfEafc1 AT
WAY WITH BUSINESS 'OR PLEASURE. tT IS RECOMMENDED' W; MHXIONS. Of.,WlLL.
INFORMED FAMUJES, WHO KNOW OP ITS VALUE OM PBRSONAI. USE. TO OfeT H9
iENEFKIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY THE CtKUBB MANUFACTURED BY.THE '. ' '
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
513-515-517 7ttT Street
Wonderful Rug Values
Superb new designs in Axminster Rugs, in the;9xi2
foot size; Oriental and floral effects, in a great yariety of
styles and colorings; Rugs any .store would
ask 30 for. Our regular price, $27.85. Re- 1 7 . C A
duced to q)l.3U
Ingrain Art Squares, for use anywhere in the house.
Very durable and most attractive in colorings
and patterns; size, 3x2 feet. These Art Squares f) zg
sell at $3.75 A ,QD
30x6o-inch Bokanya Rugs, the best-wearing Rugs--you
can buy; neat and pretty color effects. Sold AQ
usually at $1.75 .7 Ot
Short lengths in Floor Oilcloth. In some patterns
there's enough to cover a good-sized room. Bring j q -measurement
wanted, yard .'. i" v
LENGTHS I N
at 75c always;
Glass and Metal
ly " decorate
value $3. GO; (or,
Friday at Sl.B
for the set. '
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f ORONTO,- Onbfrlo, NoV. . The an
nual 'debate between Hc'qnn:Vhvetity
and Toronto University 4akes he here
tomorrow evening, and promises' to be
oni) of ille'nipst'r'ntefe'Htrng events of
,the college year. , ., ,i
Toronto will, uPBW the'iratlv
and McOtll the negritlve Mde rf the
question r"Resojve.d.ThM war to neces-
sary as a means to the advancement of
civilisation." . . . ".
Men, Jurors Pjleas Her;
NEW YORK, Nov. 30.Mrt. Oorgo
Lund Is now opposed to tho auftrfeg
movement; a 'jury' of. men held she
was right when she refused to pay
for a suit, to be delivered In two weeks
mo noi nnisiieu in cigiu.
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