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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THOSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1012.
Supervisors of Elections En
gaged in Canvassing
Vote of County.
BOCKVILLK. Mil.. Nov. 7. The super,
visors of elections, nctlnc as a boaid
of ctinvusscis, aic engaged this after
noon In canvassing the otu cast In th's
county nt Tuesday's election. Tile of
ficial count will nut, It la thought, show
any material chnnges In tho vote as
' The funeral of William G. Counsel
man, who died ut his homo at Bethesdn,
took place nt 11 o'clock this morning,
tho Interment clnc In rtockvlllc Union
Mr. Counselman was n. native and
lire-long resident of this county, and
was seventy-four cars old. He leaves
a wife, five daughters, and five sons.
His death was due to pneumonia, of
which he had been 111 but a few days.
Marshall Conrad LUsen, uged twenty
four, nnd Miss Nellie Kleonor Hell, need
twenty-one. both of Beiryvllte. Va..
nero married III nockvllle yesterday,
nnd n lloenstjn marry was Issuid heio
yestciday to cllffoid Lee Hall of Sid
ney. Ohio, and Miss Marv Hamilton
Trice, of Bethesdn.
Nathan Hlekeirnn Poole, one of the
leadlnc dtlzens of rnoleavllle district,
died Tuesdnv afternoon at 'his home,
nged sixty-seven ears. Ills death was
due to cancer of tho stomach, and fol
lowed nn illness of several months. He
was a widower, hut left no children.
LOOKS TO SOCIALISM
FOR LASTING RELIEF
Defeated Residential Candidate
Says No Real Benefit Will
Come From Victory.
Amendment to Constitution Permits Re-election of City
Officials, Desired By Citizens.
WAHIIINOTON TIMER IltirtCAU
ALHXAKDMA, VA NOV. 7.
Alexandra Is icjolclng over the pass
nge of the amendments to the constitu
tion of Virginia. One of tho amend
ments gives Its voters tho right to re
elect the commissioner of revenue and
city treasurer. The present commis
sioner of revenue Is Charles II. Calla
han, and the city treasurer Is Thomas
W. rtoblrison, and under the existing
provisions of the constitution these
officials are Ineligible to succeed them
Doth arc popular In Alexandria, and
the piactlcally unanimous vote given by
Alexandria In favor of the amendments
Indicates the desire of the voters to
have them continued In office.
Means for financing tha new high
school building, to be erected at 'Cam
eron and West streets, will be consid
ered tonight at the regular monthly
meeting of the city school board."" A
leport to the board with suggestions for
the raising of J 10, (HO, which Is tho cstl
mated cost of the new building, will bo
presented by a special committee.
At the lust meeting of the rielalt Mer
chants' Association attention was called
to the fact that the city was selling gas
stoves nt actual cost and giving Ions
terms In which payments could be
made for same The association ob
jected to the competition, and lust night.
It. K. Knight, piesldent, and J. T. Pres
ton. seoretar of the association, ap
peared before tie committee on Hunt
and entered their protest ngalnst the
action. The committee, after hearing
the objections. Informed the rcpresenta-
TKRIin II.U'Ti:. Iinl.. Nov. 7.-ln-l8tllig
that the oiilj relief that will bo
of any leal good to the worklngmen
nnd women or the country must tomo
through socialism, and that, therefoie,
nn lasting benefit can be anticipated
from the WIlBOn Admlnlstiatlon, Eugene I
1. -. . ....1 tl .I.I..II..I ..n.tl.l.tn1
on the Socialist ticket. Issued the fol
lowing Btntemcnt todty:
"The result of Tuesday's election
ought not to be a surprise to anjone.
The Republican pnrtjl wan split wldo
open, and It was not reasonable to ex
pect that either mold win nut ngalnst
n united Domoriucv The outcome Is
fortunately so decisive as to place tho
Democratic paity In complete control
of the National (5oemnient, so that
after March 4 there can be i.i dodging
of responsibility A Democratic Presi
dent will occupy the White House, and
a Democratic mnlniltt will be in contiol
of the Senate and House of rtenresen
tatlves. nnd the country will look to a
Democratic Admlnlttntlnn for relief
from the present oppressive conditions "
Hold an Initiation
A. n. Talbot Camp. Modern Wood
men of tho World, has arranged for a
class Initiation tunlght In which tnen-t-llve
new membvis will bo taken Into
the soclet) Tho camp will also give
it euchre party on the evening of No
Myra IS. Knricht. Fldells. Amarlllus.
and Dolly Madlsun Camps, of the Jlox ill
Neighbors, htld u Joint meeting last
night In Donohoc's Hall for thu purpose
of rcceUIng the sur-reme oracle or tho
soclet. Mrs. My it II. Knrtght, of Kan
sas City. Mis. 1-nrlght was presented
wun a set ui cut giuss.
Rev. Palmer Coming
To Pastorate Here
Tho pastorate of tho Washington
Heights Presbyterian Church, made
Ancant bv the resignation of the rtev.
W. D. Moss, who went to Chapel Hill.
N C , as minister In the First Presby
terian Church of thit city, will be tilled
by the Itev John C. Palmer, pastor of
the Immanuel Presb) terlan Chapel of
,ew yorK city
The new nastor Is expectid In this
city within the next ten das.
$ TMs is a Duke's Mixture Umbrella
S Whether you smoke Duke's Mixture In pipe or cigar
ette, it is delightfully satisfying. Everywhere it ii the
wA choice of men who want real, natural tobacco.
lives of the association that the stoves
wcro being sold according to orders ot
city council and that complaint must be
made to that body.
Walter V. Vainoy, referee In bank
ruptcy for the eastern district of Vir
ginia, has cnllcd a meeting of the credi
tors of tho Emerson Steam Pump Com
pany to be held In the I'nltcd mates
court room on November 16, for tho
purpose of electing a trustee and prov
ing their claims.
Omnd Mister J. A. Groom, of tho
Maryland Odd Fellows, will be tho ptln
clpnl guest of Alexandria Canton, Pa
triarchs Militant at a riceptlon to bo
tendered to the ladles who took pint
In tho recent fair ut Odd Fellows Hall,
Tho Jury In the suit of Mrs. Alice
McAJenaniln vs. the Southern Kallwny
Company, rendered a verdict last night
in favor of tho plilntlft for II,.V)0. sub.
,'ect to the defendant's demurrar to tho
evidence. Judge Thonitcn took tho de
murrer, under jdWsement. nnd will ren
der his decision later. The court ad
journed until next Tuesday.
The officers and members of Alexandria-Washington
Lod.ro of Masons
will pay n fiatemnl v'slt tonight to
Hit Andrew Jackon I-oJee.
A meeting of the Fairfax Medical So
ciety was held today at thu Alexuudila
Hospital. The membeis were ertcr
tallied nt luncluon h the officers of
the Alexandria Medical Society.
BRIDGE WILL AGAIN
Commissioners to Issue a permit, a spe
cial act being necessary.
According to the nronertv' owners, tllo
bridge: was constructed clandestinely.
The material was unloaded nt the cross- '
Ing on a ijatuiday afternoon, and the
wotk wus carried on Saturday night
nnd Sunday, it Is alleged. I
Should the courts decide against tha
I ii 1 1 road company, the bridge will be ro
moved unless a special act of Congress
Is "i-ied. Attorney W. a. Johnson
rrpiestnts the property owners.
Finding of Lower Court
Against Protesting Prop
erty Owners Reversed.,
The question of whether lite railroad
brldgo mi on.) Foui-and-a-half street,
rectrd in the face of the protests of
pioperty owners, will remuln or will be
ordered removed will again be fought
out In the District Supreme Com t.
In an opinion handed down by Asso
ciate Justice ItoMi, of the Court of Ap
peuls, the Judgment of the lower court,
which was against the protesting prup
crty owners, Is reversed, and tho caso
remanded for further hearing not In
consistent with tlie opinion.
Action ngalnst the Philadelphia, Haiti
more and Washington Hallroad Com
pany, which consttuctcd the bridge, was
brought by S. Oppcnhelmer & Co., Mrs.
J. P. Herman, 1. Herman & llros., W.
a. Illchardson, Hlclmrd Fitzgerald, and
others owning property In the Imme
diate vicinity of the objectionable etruc
tuie. It was claimed by the petitioners that
the railroad company had no right to
construct the bridge, even with tho per
mission of the District Commissioners.
The contention was advanced that there
Is no act of Congress authorizing the
This Wilt Stop Your
Cough in a Hurry
Sate - by .Making; This Cough
riin nf llninr.
This recipe makes a pint n better
cough syrup than you could Miy ready
made for $iW. A few doses usually
conquer the most obstinate cough
stops even whopping cough quickly.
Simple as It Is. no better remedy can
bo had at any ptlcc.
Ml one pint of granulated sugar with
V- pint of warm water, und stir for 2
minutes. Put 2W ounces of Plnex (50
rents' worth) in a pint bottle; then add
the Sugar Syrup. It has a pleasant
taste and lasts n family a long time.
Take n teaspoonful every one. two or
You coir reel this take hold of a cough
In a way that mcuns business. Has a
good tonic effect, braces up tho appe
tite, nnd Is slightly laxative, too, which
Is helpful. A hundv remedy for hoarse,
ness, croup, bronchitis, asthma, and all
tluoat and lung troubles.
The effect of pine on tho membranes
is well known, plnex Is the most ynlu
able concentrated compound of Norwe
gian white pine extract, and Is itch
In gualacol nnd all the natural healing
plno elements. Other preparations will
not work In this formola.
This Plnex and Sugar Syrup recipe
has attained great popularity through
out the United States and Canada. It
has often been imitated, though never
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or
money piomptlv refunded, goes with
this receipt. Your druggist has Plnex.
or will get It for ou. If not. send to
The Plnex Co.. Ft. Wayne. Ind.
4KK0 JiM mSS-' A
In each 5c sack there arc one and a half ouncei of
choice Virginia and North Carolina tobacco pure, mild,
rich best sort of granulated tobacco. Enough to make
many good, satisfying cigarettes the kind that makes
rolling popular. And with each sack you get a present
coupon and a book of cigarette papers free.
Get an Umbrella Free
The coupons can be exchanged for all sorts of valu
able presents. The list includes not only smokers' articles
but many desirable presents for women and children-
toilet articles, tennis
gloves and masks, etc.
and November only wo
will send our Illustrated
catalogue of presents
FREE to any address. Ask
for it ou a postal, today.
Cmtons from Dukt'i Mixturi may
be atlortfd with tars from HORS
SHOE. J.T.,TINSLF.Y,S NVTU.
HAL LEAF. GRANGER TW13T.
coupon from FOUR ROSES (10c
tm ioHi cntrm), PICK PLUG
CUT. PIEDMONT CIGARETTES,
CUX CIGARETTES, and olhtr
tost or coujom utuid by ut.
Address Premium DepL
cM22V'fi44 lrt&OM (St,
St. Louis, Mo.
M ?aaTTO Durham .We. I
iwL ,lv4i,'; '"-7!,sSt3w-ct3o.
In His Effort to
Reduce the High Cost
We have been reducing the high cost of living for a
long time for residents of Washington and nearby towns.
The power of such a combination as ours in buying
Groceries at Very Lowest Prices
enables us to SELL them at less than the individual grocer.
You can easily prove this by a call at the nearest store
on the list following:
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Choice White Potatoes, per peck. . . .20c
Gambrill's Patapsco Flour
6-lb. sack 20c
12-lb. sack 40c
Cnnsumeu's demand this flour because of Itr excel
lent quality nnd the low price at which It Ii offered.
Marigold Oleomargarine, 1-lb. prints. .25c
This article Is ur'1wnir In popularity dallv It Is
uniucstlcnahly the most ucslrablo substitute for but
Pet Evaporated Milk
Regular 5c can 4c
Tall cans, 3 for 25c
Fresh Creamery Butter, 1-lb. prints. .35c
Golden Crown Syrup, per can 9c
Virginia Sweet Pancake Flour, per
This package contains more than other brands and
Is pronounced by nianv to be superior
Buckwheat Flour, 7 pounds for 25c
Fancy Head Rice, 3 pounds for 25c
Royal Velvet Genuine Maine Corn,
per can 12c
If you would have the best at a reasonable pric-)
you can get It here.
Standard No. 3 size Tomatoes; 3
cans for 25c
Good Quality Coffee, fresh roasted,
per lb 25c
The ever Increnslnu dunnnd for this article Is con
clusive roof of Its superiority
Banquet Brand Coffee, per lb 30c
Users of hlgli urnde coffee Mnd th's to their llklna;
Fancy Newly Seeded Raisins, large
Note the size of the package anil 'he quality of
Not-a-Seed Raisins, per package 10c
If you haie not tried this article it will h worth
while to do so.
Vorl, a flavoring extract that is differ
ent, per bottle 15c
Hvtrvbody likes n chanRc In flavor. Vorl has a
unique flavor that appeals. You will like It.
Golden Rod Oats, per package 10c
Imported Safety Matches, the satis
factory kind, 1 doz. boxes 5c
Crepe Toilet Paper, 3 rolls for 10c
League of Consumers' Friends
PATRONIZE THE STORE NEAREST YOU
Prank HI see. Seventh and V streets.
Columbia Tm Coffee Co, 1305 X
II. IS. Itwbersun. Fifth nnd A atreett
i. K. Allnln & Son. r.00 12b St.
J. St. Alinaudatc, 100 II street.
J. Kraua Son, 010 lilth st.
J. Ilrarsban, Jr.. Sixth and A streets,
II. T. liaison, 831 Seventh street.
i. K, Dlcsle, Seventh and II streets.
Thomas lladeu, 040 G street.
Luther P. Hall. Twelfth and I! ata.
M. J. Whelan. Third and O street.
J. II. Goodrich. Eighth and P streets.
II. T. nrr. Neeuth and C streets.
II. I). V. Schmidt. i:iithth aud D ats.
A. O. Schmidt. 4 1-3 and P sta.
K. I. Tatili, 1tnttsiille. Did.
W. J. Cook. Tuelfth aud Irvine ats.
nriiuKlnuu. U. C
1 aajff la sit' ). A.
JV XS j A. II.
"ll I ii. jji j- v. .
. Dronn A Co. 111.1 Mth st.
. Uatls. Fifteenth and I streetis
uunllnc, ni'J I'euua. menue.
Ilodce, Seientli nnd T streets.
R. Ilesley, 33'.':: SI street.
I'endleton, i:t:iu Muth street.
Plltt, Mxth, aud U streets.
Sparrow, 800 Xorth Capitol st.
Ilrcmn & Co, Mil I 14th st.
Stone, 444 Ulgliteeuth st.
Ilrlnkley llros, 033 Pourth street,
r. P. '.iisehnltt, Stcou.J nnd X streets.
James It. Tune. 330 I'.leteiith street.
Ilulnud .V. Hones, 14th and A sts
llrliikley llros, ins M afreet.
I, P. Lushy, Mth and ICast Cap. ata.
II. A. Ttiilllna. i:icventh aud 91 atrrels.
II, C. Itoberson, Dth and S. Car. ave.
G, I.', nohnnnon, B33 fourth trrt.
Milliliter llroa, 1101 Third street:
0fiTFree Delivery to Every Section of the City"J
Pictorial Review Patterns Headquarters
i i 11"-
A. LI 3NER Hours, 8 a: m. lo 6 p. m. G STREET
Take No Risks With Your Eyes
Avoid Glasses too cheap. Not only because these rry cheap classes have
their surface Imperfectly formed, and aro usually of unequal density but
because classes too cheap arc too often associated with knowledge too
little. Worse than no clusses the too cheap they create1 n, constant strain
upon th musrles of accommodation and cannot but result harmfully. Need
best classes he cry expensive? Not necessarily it depends upon the lens.
Consult a competent optometrist. No chutce to consult Dr. Italph Martin
Samuel ofllco In Ilalcony of tho first floor.
Friday in Housekeepers' Paradise
' COUPON '
Faasi 1 TT-a&snsnw WTMJVl
Itoom Dome. 2S
burner, ready to
This Greater Palais Iloyal Base
ment Coupon und ninety-seven
i'JTi cents entitles bearer to one
II. SO set (3 pieces) Imported
.lnmlnum Cooking Pans. Fri
day only, November 8, 1912.
It. SO Parlor OU
Lump, 21 Indus,
decor- (IJQ Of
30c I n v e r t cd 6 D c Nickel
Velsbnch Oas Alurm Clock,
Lamp, OQ Kuaranteed Ai7n
6U one venr ,v
(15.95 Dlnlnc Itoom Domes, hex
aeon shape, deep skirt of leuded
class, two outside Hunts and In
verted light Inside,
complete, icady to C1flQS
$7.50 Parlor Table I-imps, heavy
brass stand, ll-lnch nl.ade. with
deep frlnce. rompiete with Wels-
uacn mantel; b
12.10 Parlor Tuble Lamps, com
plete with 10-Inch creen shade.
Welsbach light and C 1 lO
feet tublnn D1.'0
Jl.tS American China Dinner
or Tea Bets of 50 pieces, white
und cold decora- CJQ nt
Si.i Austrian China Dinner
and Tea .Sets, 100 pieces, first
quality. Hxtra thin. (p-J O rj(Z
handsomely decorated. 5X5. 1 tJ
DDc White China Cups and
Saucers, very thin, low OT
shape; G for tt
75c Austrian China Tea Set.
butter dish, tea pot, sucar bowl,
nnd cream pitcher, nicely tCQp
$S.y& Dlnrn-r nnd Tea Hot, IOm
Vttii'K American Cliinn,
Ju;K Tf rf
11.39 Oil HeiltT,
full size Mlll-r
This Greater Palais Roal Base
ment Coupon and thirteen (13)
cents entitles bearer to one 25c
Double Itnastlnc Pan, heavv Iron.
Kild.iy onl. Nov ember S, 1912.
$1 7"i ilus Itu
dlators, 4 tuties,
heav tast top
tl M Stone Chlnn Decorated
Chamber hets, six pieces,
laicc funi shape
Ijh- Stone China Slop Jars, with
ball handle und QQ
aH'ATK.'ttiih iiai MP
rkv.n. . ariTta. jib ilv cover ....
VrftiKiSltfllMr irPu (,JC ftone China Toilet Titcher
WilpMiWl J ItU I and llanln. hlteordeco- At
IfH f In gV W.25 China Chamber Setit, 10
jftti 6 III jfl'i pieces, fnncy shupe, (JQ JQ
...ayg II nlBkFiX E.0,1 decorations .... WiS.O.
Jt Pi- COUPON
Step Uid- SfaiiSg-lji&jiJatfT
5 It. with lpifS?
4 steel hnn
knives . . O I C
This Greater Palais Hoyol Base
ment Coupon and nineteen (19)
cents entitles bearer to one 29c
Willow Clothes Basket, family
size, fctttmcly mude, Friday only,
November 8, 1912.
Jl,2b ,M Lad
der cialr. t ft
h I B h, stronely
7 Be N u i s e r V
Chair, with toy
made and Q7 stronely Alt
v mnile iv
JI.OO Punch Bowls on foot, with
kIx handled glasses, cut- r7Q
glass pattern 47C
11.25 Carvlnp Sets, Carver und
Fork, best quality steel, HQn
with stag handles I UK,
JI.25 Table Knives nnd Forks;
kouu quality sieei; wnite
$1.25 Curtain $100 Foldlnc
S'tretrher, 6x12 Irpnlnc Board,
feet, oentcrbtare on stand,
and nickel QQp stroiiBl 7Qf
pins . . Otl iiihiIs ... . I tC
$1 00 Oval Wash
Boiler, lieay tin.
3Hc S'nsli Tub,
size .. . . UlK,
j l JEggJgKf
This (irrnter PiilnU Itoyul
BiiBcmeut Counon und nineteen
(19) cents entltlc-l bearer to
one 2fc covered miiket Basket,
strongly made Ft Idity only,
November 8, 1912.
39c. a a r h u ro
Brend Box, can, with cover,
inrce 'JUn Kiilvnnucd
5c Needs, 3Y2c.
Bnbultt soap P &. G Oloane
Ponp. Star. Biook'n Crystal.
Soap, I'earline. Stove PollVi
Gold Dust, 60 Clothes Pins, and
large bottlo Hoii'inhold Am
monla, and other 5c articles
A. Lisner Hours, 8 to 6 G Street