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ton men m 11 that has built up here the th greatest mans mansclothing mansclothing mansclothing
clothing business in the South SouthThe Sout1l1The SouthS
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S fM M S M M1 Rain Coats CoatsH Coatsfl5oo
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the lamps lampsare are pointed toward a work bench bencha I
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a library table the results are the same samePotomac samePotomac samePotcmac
Potomac Electric Light illuminates prop properly properly properly ¬
erly it enables workmen to do more and andbetter andbetter
better work it is a wonderful aid to the themerchant themerchant themerchant
I merchant in disposing of his wares and is isa isa isa
s I a source of great comfort convenience and andeconomy andeconomy andecononly
economy in the home homePOTOMAC homePOTOMAC homePOTOMAC
213 14th Street N W
The sixtyfirst quarterly dividend of on onand onand one oneand
and threefourths per cent nt has been n de declared declared dedared ¬
clared on the capital stock of The Wash Washington Washington Vashinston ¬
ington Loan and Trust Company pay payable payable payable ¬
able NOVEMBER 1 M07 l ai when checks checksfor ch4Cksfor checksfor
for such 5u < h dividend will 111 be mailed1 to all allstockholders allstockholders allstockholders
stockholders of registered addreas The Thebooks Thebooks Thebooks
books for the transfer of stock will Ill be boclosed beclo bec1osd
closed clo d from October S 2 to November 1 1H
1907 H 07 both dates inclusive Stockholders Stockholderswho Stockholderswho Stockholderswho
who have changed their addresses since sincedate sincedate sincedate
date of last dividend dh1d d will m please notify notifythe notifythe notifythe
the company HARRY G MEEM MEEMocl63024 MEEMocl6O4 MEEMoc164
ocl63024 Treasurer TreasurerSPECIAL TreawrerSPECIAII TreasurerSPECIAL
man Plasterers Association AJJ oelatioft MONDAY MONDAYOctober MONDAYOctober MONDAYOctober
October 21 Business of importance By Byorder Br
order rder of Association S8OClation M i E GREEN GREENPresident GREENPresident GREENPresident
President oc302t oc302tPans O2IO oc2tParis t tParii
Pans FCBCHSL I Baltimore BaltimoreUave Bahi180re1IILflI 1timoii 1timoiiHave
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flmat array al1aT of ofLADIES olIADIES o o1AD1115
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Phone bone Main Iato O 138 l oclWf oclWfANNOUNCEMENT oct14AsocxcEMItcT cttttSXOtCEL
bees to announce an to her h < < friends and tbe paHfc paHfcthat pllllliethat p lle llethat
that she will open CJIIe br new esUrdfehmeot TIlE TIIECOLONIAL TIlEOLOIAL TIIZCOLONIAL
COLONIAL LUNCH ROOM 733 Fifteenth strut stwetnorthwest strutuorthwt trePtnorthWelt
northwest opposite Hibba Baildine Th IdIIIg on i TUESDAY TUESDAYOctober TUESDAYOctobtr TUESDAYOcto4er
October 22 Z BIT W KicrtJent eoistoe Inspection I IIIetjoa and andpatronage aDdJILtropap andptrvnage
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H P l PETERSEN begs to announce announce5 announce5that that thathe thathe
he has moved from iaor 130 307 F Ii to O1O 13th 13thnvr 13thnU 13thflu
flu Original Handmade Jewelry Mexi Mexican Mexican Mexican ¬
can and Indian Art Goods Antique Curios Curios1TEW CuriosNEW CurIosEw
Open for patients 2U315 UJ1i 14th 14tht st at Phone N UBS UBSOC590C 1 1oc59Ot 153A
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Call and 00 inspect 1m in our excellent ex Jot showing shoa1n of new newand DtWand nwand
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of th the fabrics and patterns patternsg7Fteest pattermpo patternsFlseet
g7Fteest po Fl Flseet est tailoring lowest consistent COII tent price priceE p pE pricesE
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That comply with the law Consult ConsultFRED ConsultFRED ConsultFRED
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Wagons trunks harness and wheels at atyour atour atyour
your our prlee HARNESS SHOP 19th and andH andII andH
H sts nw Phone Main 4321m oclt ocltJ ocltc eelUI
Watch Clock and Jewelry Repairing Repairingspecialty Repnlrlnpa
a specialty Clocks called for and ddiraed Itjoto Itjotowpplies lboto1U1JPIies beta betasIes
wpplies sIes Defelopinc DeteJop IIC and uriHtiog nat Df M 1 BLUE BLUMENKELD BLIJMENFELD > I IFEID
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Reliable dentistry reasonable prices pricesPhone prIcesPhone prlcenPhone
Phone Main Ialn 2066 1012 F st nw nwWERE nwWERE nwWERE
as well as printers Modern facil facilities facilities facilities ¬
ities insure satisfactory work workprompt workpr1pt workprompt
prompt execution and lowest lowestprices lowestpnces lowestprices
prices pricesE7Do pnces pncesiJDo prices7Do
E7Do 7Do JOB yo need special blank books booksGeo booksGeo bocsGeo
Geo E Howard 714 12th St StritlNTER StpJtINTER StPItINTEIt
Randl Highlands is the same distance from
the Car Capitol > itol as Dupont Circle The U S
rolt roltnJ Realty nJ Company ompany n broke oki all a records s sbreak in wiling dlm I
lots and Tilla villa sites it in in 1336 and expects e to
break its own record in 190 1001 Many purchaser purcbateripe4i5ee purchasera5ade purchaseraude
aude 5ade M8 per cent protrt last year yeargreater greater op o oportunittes ¬
portunities = pe4i5ee this yearlota JT5 5 to JS iGoa oti eor eormonthl snail snailmonthly smeltmonthly
monthly monthl payments Send for plat and prices pricesand prieesaocl pelesasod
and free automobile to see property Go out oatand outaDd outand
and see tb tM city spread spreadUrt spreadU spreadII
Urt U I I S Central National Bank Banding B1IDd Bnfldtn ef efil of1ica
U I il i aces issnerly = merly occupied by Central CentralNational CeDtralaUonal CentralNational
National aUonal Bank 7th Pa are nw nwYoull DWPostal nwPostal
Postal Card Albums AlbumsYoull
Youll find an Immense assortment
In this collection Its all the fad fadnow fadnow fadnow
now to collect postal cards Are vou vousaving vousaing you yousaving
saving them If so o you should have havean h havean ve vean
an album albumPrices albumPrices albumPrices
Prices Range from 10c to 3 3R 3R 3R
R P Andrews Paper Co Inc IncThe IncThe IncThe
The House With the Yellow Front FrontLouisiana FrontLouisiana FrostLoulslnnn
Louisiana Are A e near the Corner Cornerof Cornerof Cornerof
of 7th tl1 St und Ponnnylvnnln Ave AveLargest AveLargest e eLalJftt
Largest Wholesalers and Retailers of High Highgrade BieIagrade Utahgrade
grade Stationery StatAonex in the South uth uthf
Potomac Reformed Synod Is Pledged PledgedOver PledgedOver S SOver
Over 1500 1500ThnnU 15001hnnl 15OOThank
Thank OHcriiiK Olfcrll1 for Seventieth Aii AiiJilverjmry Anntversnry 11 11nITerNUr
Jilverjmry nITerNUr of Foreign Mission MiniionBoard MissionItoarti l1l18lonBouret
Board Planned PlannedMore PlunneclMore
More than JUMS was pledged toward towardthe toItrd toItrdthe towsrdthe I
the 170001 f7 thank offering to be made at atthe attM 1 t
the celebration of the seventieth anal anniversary anntyersary ¬
versary of the board of foreign missions missionsat I Iat
at the morning mornia session of the Potoma PotomacSynod PotomaSynod PotomaSynod
Synod of the Reformed Church of the theUnited thetnlted t tUnited
United States Stat at Grace Church Fif Fifteenth Fifteenth PlCteenth ¬
teenth and 0 streets northwest yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday ¬
day dayThe
The donations were e made after rter a alengthy aJencthy r I Ilengthy
lengthy appeal to the delegates by b A E EBartholomew RBartholomew BBartholomew
Bartholomew secretary cetBry of the board of offoreign oftorel 0 0foreln
foreign torel ml missions lona air Ir Bartholomew said saidthe saidthe sakthe
the fund funds collected were to be used by bythe b bthe b3 b3the
the missionaries in China and Japan JapanAddresses JapanAddresses JapanAddreee
Addresses were also aso made by Messrs MessrsLevan MessrsLevan IestirsLean
Levan Krebs and Pelfglal on the ques question question questlo ¬
tion tlo of obtaining young men to study for forthe torthe Cut r rthe
the ministry and the best method to be beadopted beadopted b S Sadopted
adopted to get them themMiss themMiss themMiss
Miss Sarah L WIdener superintendent superintendentof L Lof
of the Girls School at Sandal Japan Japanaddressed Japnnaddresed Japanaddressed
addressed the afternoon session Miss MissWeidener 111188Weidener S SWeidener
Weidener told of the great gre t progress progressmade progreamade t tmade
made by the foreign schools through the theassociation tho888Ociation tic I Iassociation
association of the girls of different castes castesunder castMunder C Cunder
under Christian influence InfluencesSertvces influenceSerivces 8 8riYcetl
Serivces riYcetl at the night session were con conducted conducted conducted ¬
ducted by Rev W E Lampe and Sir SirAllen MrAlien Ir IrAllen
Allen K J Faust lately returned mission missionaries missionaries missionaries
aries from Japan JapanThe JapanThe JapanThe
The members o 01 the synod enjoyed cno ed a atrip IItrip i t ttrip
trip to Mount Vernon between the morn morning morning morntag
ing and evening sessions The following followingtellers followingt followinitellers
tellers t llers were appointed for the election electionof I Iof
of officers Revs J S Heffnar H L L G GKieffer GKieffer GKIefIer
Kieffer J W Gilbach and J Preyer PreyerThe FrcjcrThe FreycrThe
The candidates ndidAtes are as follows followsTrwUes follo followsTrustees s sTI1IItees
Trustees of 0 Ot Catawba wba Colkge ColI ge < < six to be elected for forthw focthffe to tothree
thw three y NearaRev NnR nRer Dr J I L Mtirplijr neT Re Paul Bar BarraBgtr DarraJ Desranger
ranger raJ r Her J A Foil A A t Shwford George Me MeCorkle McComtle Ie IeCorkle
Corkle Dr Banks MeXiiqr P J Leonard II J JCrooks JCrook 1 1Ciocks
Crooks W A A5 Welker John Troxler E L Shu Shuford Shuford Shumat
ford and C C C Bust o t one to be elected for two twoyenm twoean he heyears
years ean ReT J D Andrew > > dreW and Q A Wilfon WilfonSunday Wmong
Sunday school board one to be elected for fire fireyears tireyealllHer it itycaretIter
years yealllHer It r Dr DrW W V C Schaefer and Her Dr W IV
B Krebs toss OM o e for four years Rer F S Lindaman Lindamanand Lindamanand a aand
and iler R T J B Stooestfer StooestferBoard Stooe StoeeMferBoard Uer UerBoard
Board of reseats r tJGts MeroersbHrg College CoIIe e three to be beelected bee1ectfd b C Celected
elected for three ywrs Jftrsn nrsItev Rev J H It Shontz Re ltev ltevDr
Dr C Cheer A t R Sdinebleor J Edward Om Omwake Omwake Onwake
wake John A Diehl and T G Zarger ZargerSuperiateixkat ZargerSuperiateodeut ZargerSuperIntendent
SuperIntendent bysynodic board of mlssIonsRer misslonsn
Dr A C WhKaer WhKaerMember WbitmerlIemben IVhUs r rMemnbems
Member of bysynodic board of missions one to V
be elected for four y yearsRev arsRer F A Rupley and an
Jler D N Dittmar one tile for three years 3earsl Kev Re
Howard OVoid and Ret Benjaman Bansraan
Board of ppWicatioa JabIicatio tone one to be
o elected for four fouryetrsRev fOllryeareUer ton r ryeaItev
yetrsRev C S Stegte and Rev Ellis N Hay
Board of tnsrtees of F and M College Collr e ono to Ii
be ektedW ek > dedW J 1 Zacharias and Dr C X 1 It Gettier
Board of trustees of f Potomac Synod one to be beeJectedRer beelectedRCT b e eeIectedBei
eJectedRer J S Hartman and Rev Dr T S
Land LandBoard LaDdIkIvd LandBoard
Board of maMgen of Deaconess Home one for to
four yearsA M A It Brodbeck
yea and E A Rice one on
for three years John A Diehl and J Edward Om Omw OmQke Onwake
w wake ke lODe one for two yean JeI1I3I Rer B B foyer and an an11ev
Rer E B Eaiwff ORe for one Tear Rev IL II li
Apple and Rer J W W Boll BrflBoard BollBoard BollBoard
Board of education ecl caUoB three members to be elected
for three th yeare yearsRCT ReT Dr J T T Rosslter Rev J P i
Earner H Rev Freak L Kerr Rev Robert J Pil Pilgrim Pilgram Pu Pugram ¬
gram Rev Dr F F Banner hnel and Rer Christian ci
Gnmbnt GnmbntBoard GumbrrtIkJard GwnbertBoard
Board of directors of Womans College one to be beelected beeJected b
elected for ire yearsBeT Dr William C Schaef r
fer aDd ReT Ue Dr J A Hoffheins HoffheinsThe lIoffhelnsThe flodheinaThe
The Exquisite Floral DecorationSeen Decorations
Seen at so many weddings are planned by b r
Gudes artists Consult them 1214 F pAll FAll FAll
All advertising contracts made by The Th
Washington Herald are based upon Its Itssworn Itssworn ft ftsworn
sworn circulation circulationa a circulation In Washlngton Wash Washington Vashlngton ¬
lngton larger urser argerby by thousands thousands than was ever everbefore everbefore eve
before attained by any morning news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper at the Capital Its books are open
Rabbi Itabb Loeb Tells Reason for forOpposing forOpposiug
Opposing Prohibition ProhibitionQUOTES ProhibitionQUOTES
While nn Advocate A oente of Temjiernnce TemjiernnceDenounce TemJt TenljfllranceDenounces rnnee rnneeDenonncCJI
Denounce Agitation for torjotnl fur3otiil Totnl Ali AliHtincnco AbHtlncncc
Htincnco tin Ai AntlRclhlomc tiRcliKlon Dan DanKerooK Dnngero flangerous
KerooK gero mid nd Demoralizing DcjuoraIiai1Ii4sli DcjuoraIiai1Ii4sliOut PolnlM PolnlMOut oll1tH oll1tHOut
Out Some Examples ExamplesIt
It 1 Is a wellknown fact that all over overthe overthe overthe
the world the Jets Je s exercise exercl e grunt mod moderation moderation moderatlon ¬
eration In drinking Habitual drunken drunkenness drunkenn88 ¬
ness is very er3 rare among them and they theyseldom theyeldom theyseldom
seldom appear as gHOStS at police eta atatfoiw 8taHaM etations
HaM and jails jail I therefore as spiritual spiritualadviser spirttuallh1ser
adviser of a Jewish community need needhardly needhardly needhardly
hardly assert a ert that I am strongly in favor favorof faorof favorof
of temperance and deteSt the excessive exeessJveuse exee8ivee
use e of alcoholic altybokc beverages beveragesBut beveralfesBut beveraeeBut
But to me temperance temp ranee means modera moderation Jiioderatlon ¬
tion I do not favor or abstinence and am amemphatically fimempbattcal1r amemphatically
emphatically opposed to any all kind of pro prohibitive prohibitive prohlbItte ¬
hibitive legislation My reasons therefor thereforare theTl thereforare or orare
are of a Biblical and religious character characterThis characterrhis cheraclerThIs
This statement comprises the opinion opinionof opinionof
of Rev Re Dr J T Loeb former rabbi n Jbt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Adath Israel Orthodox Congrega Congregation COftgregaIon ¬
lion Ion of this city ett Oft the question qu tion of In Introducing Introducing ¬
troducing prohibition in this city cityTime eft eftIlme
Time and alHl858ln again a1n continued Dr LuaU LoebI
I have been approached on the subject subjectby subjectby subjectby
by the numerous umero temperance associa associations tu MSIOCI5tions eta etaUons ¬
tions and asked to cooperate in the themovement thomoement
movement for prohibition My reply was wasalways WIISalwllB wasalways
always alwllB brief it was wa simply to the effect effectthat effeetthat
that an agitation a tat1on for prohibition or toe teetotalism toetotaliam
totalism of any sort is against my re religioue roJIgiO18
ligioue faith and conviction The unre unredeeming YAredeemlQC unredCeIHIU
deeming dCeIHIU and Irreconcilable plan to abolish abolishth aboltahthe
th the entire w use e of frm terltMDle4l nt d beverage beverageappears beveOaIappears
appears to me te be as detrimental to topublic topublIc
public morale mora as it is impractical from fromevery fromever
every ever point of view viewWould vIewWould iew iewouJcI
Would ouJcI IJrcnlc Many lInn Ties TienIt Tic TicIt
It is bound to break unbwrtnaaw in intercourse Intercoune ¬
tercourse and friendly z ndly relations retto amidst amidstopen amidstopen amidstopen
open honest and lawful circles of t hu humanity humL1lty ¬
manity It will drive the better classes classesinto cJusesInto
into low 10 dives dlve and many a a bitter soul to todespondency todf8pon todespondency I
despondency df8pon ency Th Ttw Bible which is the thestandard theIIUlnd3nI
standard teaching of morality and and civiliz civilizing chillzIng ctviltzlag ¬
ing principles repeatedly speaks in praise praiseof praiseof praiseof
of wine and fully grasps bra the meaning meaningof
of the situation by saying sayID Give strong strongdrink strongdrink
drink to the unhappy and wine to the theembittered theembittered
embittered soul soulThis soulThis oul oulThls
This appears in Proverbs Prover xxxi6 The TheBible TheBible TheBible
Bible contains Innumerable references to tostrong totron taS
strong tron drink recommending the use of ofthe otthf1 01the S
the same to despondent de pondmt souls aow and the theunhappy theJJnhappy
unhappy unhappyLegislation lanhappyLegislation
Legislation UOft should not and must 5not not notrule ROtrule
rule out the use of 0 wine in rell religious and andsacred alHlsacred andsacred L
sacred ceremony ceremoa such as the sancttitca sancttitcation Aaeuateatlon
tion of the Sabbath and solemn emit feasts feastsamong feastsI feasUamong I
I among Jews Jeo particularly on the theover Pass Passover P Pi
i over Eve when ben every member mber of the theHebrew theH
Hebrew H breo race is commanded to drink the thefour theCour thefour S
four cups of the best wine obtainable obtainableor
or on the Purtm festivity and the day dayof dayof dalI r
of the Rejotel Rejoicing in the Law when whendrinking whendrlnktnc I
drinking is not only commendable but an animperative ar L
I imperative duty for all those who wh can cannot cnnot n nnot ¬
not be materially injured nured by its effects effectsJiulninm e1teetaJnclnllliu effectsJulnlsiu
Jiulninm Prohibit Prohibition ProhibitionJudaism ProJanUIonJudalsm ProhibitionJudaism
Judaism positively lao IUvely and absolutely pro prohibits prohibits ¬
hibits hibIt prohibition as it strictly tttrfeU forbids forbidsasceticism forbidsasceticlaIR forbldtasceticism S
asceticism and every other extreme meas measure meuure mestsure ¬
ure For more than thirty centuries the theJewish theJ th thJewIsh
Jewish J t > 9l h peopto drank wines 18M and liquors liquorsand Itquorand S Sand
and were not worse for it in their tem temperance t tornparance m mraDCe ¬
perance raDCe and moderation as during all allgenerations aUeMrations allgenerations
generations they had offered the best ex example cxample ¬ i iample
ample for temperance versus abstinence abstinenceThere ab8UnenceTbere abstinenceThere
There Is hardly a a Jewish home where whereyou whereyou whereyou
you do not find alcoholic beverages and andyet andyet I Iyet
yet sobriety m1etT and industry Indu tIT are prevailing prevailingamong prealtlngamoD prevallIaamong
among amoD Jews everywhere It is there therefore therelorf theretore ¬
fore > bat natural that the Jews as ASUIJIItNII a abtMl a L LbuMne
btMl buMne UIJIItNII ess people and more especially e peeU from froma fromrell8Ious I Ia
a religious and a d moral standpoint are arestrongly arestro S
strongly stro si7 opposed to prohibition or any anylegislation an anJegtllatlon anyegislation S
legislation l of a prohibitive character characterIn
In striving to acompiteh our duty dut as asmen asmen as asnon
men a we oe must not to to fl go beyond 150701 hu human human 1wnsil ¬
man I nature and the ordinary conditions conditionsof S Sof
of human existence We must not be become become become ¬
come overwise and righteous overmuch overmuchIn
In just the same manner as we must not notbe notbe aolbe
be wicked and foolish overmuch Ec Ecclesiastics EeIe Ecelesiastles ¬
clesiastics Ie tuttes vHlClS vHlClSThe vii vIIllSThe 1118 1118The
The way to reform Is not to prevent preventbut preventbut preveni t tbut
but to teach the proper use u e of things and andto andto am I Ito
to prevent their abuse abuseFIRST abuseFIRST abuseflRST
Mlsnlnnipni Society Holds 1101 d 11 Session SessionFollowed SCIIllonFoIJoe1 I IFollowed
Followed 1 hy > y Reception ReceptionThe ReceptionThe ReceptionThe
The Mississippi Society Soclet held its first firstmeeting firstmeeting firs t tmeeting
meeting of the year y r in the Pythian Tem Temple Temple Ternpie ¬
ple at S oclock last evening Capt CaptFrederick CaptFrederick CaptFrederIck
Frederick Beajl Bea1 gave a talk on Cuba and andHon andHoD ant I IHon
Hon Harry Peyton assistant attorney attorneyDepartment attorne attorneDlpartment attorneyDepartment
Department of Justice delivered an ad address address adI ¬
dress after which the meeting was turned turnedinto turnedInto turnecinto I
into an informal reception receptionThe receptionThe receptionThe
The society is composed of the Mlssis MlssissippbuiK lUsslsPlanK Mtsssaippiafle
sippbuiK PlanK residing In the city Meetings Meetingsare
are held every V8ry third Saturday throughout throughoutthe tbro throughouthe hout houttho t
the winter season seasonIndiana aeeaonIncllnun seasonS seasonSInilinisa
Indiana Society Meeting SlectincThe lUectlngThe MeetingThe
The members of the Indiana Society Societywill Sele Selewl1l Scietwill
will meet at the Ebbitt House next Fri Friday FrldRY ¬
day night to elect officers and perfect perfecttheir perfecttholr perfectheir t
their organization for the new year yearThere yearThere oor oorThere
There are nearly a thousand former In Indiana Indiana Indiana ¬
diana people in the government senice senicehere scrvlcehere
here and theyVl take a keen Interest In Inthe Inthe is t
the organisation The society has given givena giveta I
a number of interesting entertainments entertainmentsthe
the talent being exclusively from Its Itsmembership ItsmembersWp ft ftmembership
membership The members are looking lookingforward lookingforward lookiniforard
forward to a more successful season than thanever thanever thaiever
ever before In the history of their organi organization orgnnlzatlon orgsn orgsnzatlon ¬
Library Association Meets MeetsThe JlcebThe
The first fall meeting of the District of ofColumbia ofCoJumbla o C
Columbia Library Llbrnr Association will be held heldIn heldIn helil I
In l the lecture room of the Public Library LibraryWednesday LibraI LibraIWedn k
Wednesday Wedn lj evening October 23 at 815 815oclock 815oclock Sli Slioclock 5
oclock Mr Ir George F Bowerman Bowermanlibrarian DowennanlIbmrlan Bowermanlibrarian
librarian of the Public Library will read reada rem rema
a paper on The system of municipal municipalpopular munlclualpopular munlcipapopular
popular libraries of Paris and Mr Ed Edwin EdwIn Edwin ¬
win Wiley Wile of the Library of Congress Congresswill Congresswill
will speak on library conditions in the theSouth theSouth thi thiSouth I
Sweet Violets Iolet 20c Per Bunch BunchKramer DunchKramer BunchKramer
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it movement movementGuaranteed movementlO
lO wMmM 9 Guaranteed 20 20ears 20years
years ears Very Verythin Vcr V e r y ythin
3 thin model modelSpecial mod m o d e I IS 1S 19OO
Special S p e cI a I for forMonday forllonday
Monday only
900Selingers 900 9000S 9OOSelingers
Selingers S e I Inger s cl Cerner F Street wi wiLook Ninth NinthftLook
Look tor the Big Clock
Goodncre Case May Iu He Postponed PostponedWhen POlCtponeclVhCn PostponedWhen
When Called CnUe Tomorrow TomorrowOn TornorrwOn
On account of the failure of the district districtattorn districtttorney
attorney attorn a to locate witnesses for the gov government govornment govrnrnent ¬
oa ernment o In the case of George L Good Goodacre Goodncre Goodcre
acre a cre charged with conducting a hand handbook handbool handook ¬
bd book b ook and because the district attorney attorneydesires attorneydesires attorneyesires
bd desires d esires tho consolidation of the two in indictments indIctments Iniotments ¬
dictments d returned against Goodacre the thetrial thetrial therial
trial t rial of the latter scheduled to begin to tomorrow tomorrow toorrow ¬
morrow m orrow may bo postponed postponedSeveral postpOnedSeveral postponedSeveral
Several detectives were W re kept busy bus yes yesterday yesorday OIJ OIJtorelu ¬
terday torelu t trying tryln to locate witnesses wltnereea In the therecalcitrant thecaso thease
caso e ase and brought h In one supJOlred supiLsed 10 lit litrceaIeltrnnt heecalcitrant
recalcitrant r rli to the districtattorneys of office 0 0nco ofce ¬
fice li ce but It is said hi he save satisfactory satisfactoryassurances satlsractonallfluranc satisfactoryssurances
assurances a he would be present when whenwanted whenwAnted whenwanted
wanted wantedTho wAntedTho wantedThe
Tho attorneys representing Goodacre Goodacreluive GoodacrehAve Goodacreave
hAve h ave b been n notified the th district attorney attorneywill attorneywill
will w ill call up Monday 1Ionda his motion to con consolidate conolidate on onS ¬
solidate S U n1e the indictments indictmentsFOOT IndictmentsFOOT IndictmentsOOT
Old O ld Connecticut Organizations Stop StopOff StopOff StopOff
Off En Route Home HomeLoud Homelou Homeoud
Loud lou L oud In Pralne of Southern hospital HoHpltnlliy 1I0Hpltnlit
liy it nt iTnnictnrrii JnmcllltownSvend Spend the Day DayHere Da DaHere Dayllcrv
Here In Sightseeing SightseeingTw SIhtllcelngTwe
Tw Twe hundred and fifty ICl stalwart men mencomprising mencomprl8l menomprising
comprising comprl8l c g the officers o Icera and rank of the theFirst theFklit the1st
First F 1st Commuty ComJIII of tins Governors Guard Guardof GuarlJoC Guarmif
of o f Hartford Conn and the Second Com Company Company Cornany ¬
pany p any of the same organization from New NewHavH Nc NewHaven > w wHaven
Haven Invaded Washington WA8lda yesterday yesterdaymoraine yesttrclamorntnc yesterdaymorning
moraine and Installed themselves at the theArlington th thArUastoft tLrllagtoa
Arlington A Hotel HotelThe HotelThe HotelThe
The companies stowed stoJ off 0 < < In this rit ritn city Iltyroute cityn >
e n route home fom the Jamestown Ex Exposition ExpoIIUon E Eosition
position p osition where they were in attentJanlfon attendant f fon
on o ft Connecticut Conu Uc t Day hut Wednesday WednesdayThe WednesdayThe WednesdayThe
The Governors Foot Guard is the > old oldest oldest oldet ¬
est s et organization or nlzat n of its kind in the United UnitedStates lnitedtates
States S tates the First Company having been beenorganised beenorsaalaed beenrganised
organised o in 1771 and Ad the Second Company CompanyV CompanSn Companyn
V Sn i n 17 17The 1715 1715The
The First Company is particularly con conspicuous conIptcUoua ¬
spicuous 5 11001 for baring AaTiD performed escort duty dutyduring duhdurl dutyuring
during durl d uring the war ar of independence for Gens GensWashington GenaTaahiAgloA GensWashington
Washington Lafayette and Rochambeau Rochambeauand Rochambeauand Rochnibeaund
and a nd Admiral Tierncy and for performing performinga perforJl performingsimilar n na < <
a similar duty in later years MlIJ for Presi Presidents lr Presileats i idents ¬
dents c Jackson Polk Johnson JO D8OIa GrantHarrison GnuttHarrleoa Grant GraMHarrison
Harrison and Roosevelt Roo velt During their theirtrip tMirtrip theirrip
trip t rip South they were the guest of the theChamber theChamber theChamber
Chamber of Commerce Co rce at the Elks Club Clubat Ctubat Clubt
at a t Roanoke Va and were also enter entertained entertalnect enteramed ¬
tained t by Guy GO Swansea of Virginia and aadthe andhe ad adthe
the t he Richmond Blues of Richmond Both Bothcompanies BothCOIftPRnleii Bothompanies
companies c stopped off 0 < < at Luray on their theirway theiraT theirwar
way aT to the fair and took in the caverns cavernsand caVeIMand cavermsand
and the First Company paid a a visit to the thehistoric thehistoric be behlstorle
historic battlefield battl ld at Gettysburg GettysburgAll GettysburAll
All the members of the organization organizationwere ornlst1o ornlst1owere
were high h h in their praises pra es of the recep reception reception recepimi ¬
tion t imi accorded them in the South during duringtheir d1 dthingtheir rila rilatheir < <
their trip and were enthusiastic over the theceremonies thecellmonlei theceremonies
ceremonies held at K t the fair on the day daydesignated daytecl daydeeignated
designated tecl for the Nutmeg State StateIn StaleI StateIn
In I n the absence aMe of any aft plan of enter entertainment eateltalnment enterainment ¬
tainment t having havbt been arranged for the theGuard theGuard theGuard
Guard during their stay to this city the theday theday theday
day was spent In sightseeing gbtseet They TMFeft TMFeftfor left leftfor leftfor
for home at 12 oclock ock ek last night nightThe n1 nlghLThe t tThe
The following followll are ar the officers of the theFirst t tFirat theFirst
First Company Com 8nr MaJ Louis R Ohacey OhaceyCapts 4hapeyCapts ha y yCapta
Capts Fred R DIE B I and Wilson W oa I L Ffton FftonLJeuts lIeanIJeuts FOsaLleuts
LJeuts Charles H Slocum William WilliamBulkeleYt R A ABulkeley ABulkeiey
Bulkeley and Ensign E Robert R Pease PeaseThe PeaMThe PeaseThis
The officers o k ra of the Second Company Compa y are areMaJ areMaj areMaj
MaJ Smith G Weed Capt Frederick W WBrown WBrwo WBrwn
Brown Lteuts George T Hewlett Hewle t James JamesC
C Twining and James H Parish and andEnsign andEn andEnsign
Ensign En l < < n and Adjt AdjtAlbert Albert Albt > rt W Mattoon MattoonAUDITORS MattoonAUDITORS MattoonAUDITORS
Expected lie Will 111 Present I rlent It to the theCourt tbeCourt theCourt
Court Next Tuesday TuemliiyAuditor Tuc8cJufAuditor TuesdayAuditor
Auditor Payne of f fof the Supreme Court Courtor Courtof
of the District has finished his report on onthe 011lh onthe
the lh application of the Georgetown Gas Gaslight Gulight GasCompany ¬
light Company to increase its capital capitalstock caJJlualalock csptaIstock
stock from JI50000 fl to gOfcMt S3CO and will willpresent willpr willprsent
present pr nt it to the court some time early earlyin earlyIn earlyin
in the week probably on Tuesday TuesdayIt T TIt
It was the auditors intention originally originallyto
to give axhearing to the attorneys repre representing reprelenUn reproseating ¬
seating lenUn the government on the one side sideand sideand sidethose
and those representing repreJK > ntfng the District Dtetrlctthe on onthe enthe
the other but as each side has thirty thirtydays Ulirt Ulirtdays thirtydays
days in which to file ftl objections if any anyafter anyafter 11 11alter
after the report has been filed ted with the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court the hearing scheduled for yester yesterday Ydilterday yesterday ¬
day was decided decl ed as unnecessary unnecessaryLOCAL unnece unnecessaryLOCAL ary aryLOCAL
To Fort Monroe cmroe Norfolk Newport X Mews ews aod aH aHpoints alJXJiIIs alts
points s ScatbNorfoik and WaaMavtoa night JdIIatas nIbtus Me Meew
ew every evening in the year Nr at tat 111II8I and dar darsteaiMr 4systeamer
steamer 8I daily at 3 a m mTo HITe inTe
Te Mow IGaDt 1mR VroonSteawer Uacakatcr < < da dalIr M Ma ItL IIa
a m i and MS 5 It p IL L as IL from S SewetIt vetrtk street wharf wharfTe wMrTe ebeefTa
Te Rock Cmk Bride zjdp Zoological I p Put Psr rk Chcry ChcryUtee ClNTJCIM ey eyUbaie
Utee CIM and KcMtagtdbCarc ItaN lgtCars from mtceatti PlfteeIl 1 atrwt atrwtaad atxtaltd Mrstand
and Xew York arcane 11 M cttry esr tlJ JUt IIfteeli IIfteeliTe n artwMfs artwMfsTa inissiesTo
Ta AlexaMMaFerrr Meaner Mea1Ac Ladrawawu n u every everyboar ererrbcNr ecyFe
boar aad a half from I a at to S PL m mTo 111To
To the Trade TradeWe Tm TradeWe e ec
We c b beg g to advise that we will offer for forsale forsale forsale
sale Monday October 21 I 1997 Hl 30000 lb lbNew hbNew b bNew =
New York State Stat Concord grapes apes for pre preserving preserving peeserving ¬
serving and wine purposes also 1000 1690crates 1000crates
crates fancy California Tokay grapes 500 500barrels 5e8bArrels 500barrels
barrels Malaga grapes gra s c 400 baskets New NewYork NewYork NewYork I
York State Concords DO 00 boxes extra extrafancy extrafanc extrafancy
fancy fanc Jamaica and Cuba grapefruit grapefruitboxes 300 300boxes 300boxes
boxes fancy Jamaica oranges Onlng 209 barrelfancy harrellancj barrel barrelsfancy
fancy ancj Jamaica oranges MO bags cocoa cocoanuts cocoanuts cocoanuts
nuts 600 boxes lemons 20ft crates Denea Deneaonions Deneaonions Deneaonions
onions SO cases imported olive oil Our Ourphone Ourphone Ourphone
phone number is Main 4t6 4t Our wagons wagonspass wa wapass wagonspass
pass your our door JOB dl Goorglo Co CoS21 Cotdl
S21 Louisiana avenue avenueEjrKOSee aenueE avenueEggOSre
EjrKOSee E OSe 8c lOc Shredded Codltah Codltah7c CoI Codhlali74c Nh Nhc
7c c lOc boneless fish 7c c 5c pickedup pickedupsh
fish sh 3c 3 potatoes 25c peck J T D DPylos DP DPyles
Pylos P leg Stores StoresCreamdipped StoresCreumdllpecl StoresCreamdipped
Creamdipped Mainga Iulan Inln n Grapes GrnpcH40c Grapes40c
40c 4 c quality special at 25c lb James JamesPoulos JamesPoulos JamesPoulos
Poulos Bro 8 SItS S 7th th sL st nw nwHolds nwUoMs uwHolds
Holds Pnbllc Meeting MeetingThe MeetingThe 1IcetlngThe
The Association of American Am rfean Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment Accountants will bold its second secondpublic seoondpublic secondpublic
public meeting for the season 19071996 19071996on
on Tuesday Tuesda night October 2 in the lee lecture leeture leeture ¬
ture hall of the Public Library Ubrar building buildingAt buildingAt buildingAt
At this meeting Mr L 1 H Mattingly Mattinglyexpert MAttlnGlyexpert Mattinglyexpert
expert accountant accou tantt office of the Comp Comptroller Comptroller Comptroller ¬
troller of the Treasury Tre8sur will lecture on onthe onthe onthe
the subject of advertising and statutory statutorycontracts statutOljocontracts statutorycontracts
Grand Grnn Republican Rally RallyMasonic Rull RulllIasonlc RallyMasonic
Masonic Temple Hyattsvllle H attsvme Thursday Thursdayevening Thursda Thursdaovenlng Thursdayevening
evening October 24 Hon George R RGaither RGaither BGaither
Gaither and Hon Sydney E Mudd will willaddress wUladdress willaddress
address the meeting meetingSunday meetingSlInclny meetingSunday
Sunday Hour Hours 5 p ni to 11 p m mPhlla ntPhlla niPhila
Phlla Oyster Chop House ill llth stnw stnwDavis stnwDnI stnwDavis
Davis DnI Vertical Feed Sewing Sedn Machine MachineThe JlnehlneThe MachineThe
The only machine for embroidery embrolder as aswell aswell aswelt
well as plain sewing Sterling Sterlin Under Underfeed Underfeed Underfeed ¬
feed 1400 Datonia Q6 062 62 Davis Agency gency I
913 9th tb st nw nwHungarian nwHunJPlrinn flWHungarian
Hungarian Gypsy Gp Orchestra nt Park ParkHotel PurkHotel ParkHotel
Hotel Summer Garden Rathskeller RathskellerY N NY
Y ave and 11th st F Endres Prop PropTable PropTnble PropTable
Table dHote Dinner 75cj 75c GcJ Lunches a ala nla aIa
la carte Park Hotel Winter Garden N Y Yave Yavc Yave
ave and 11th st Hungarian Orchestra Orchestraduring OrchestradurIng Orchestraduring
during lunch dinner and supper supperMusic supperlUulc supperMusic
Music at Harveys HarveysEvenings JlnrveysEvenings harveysEvenings
Evenings from 8 to midnight midnightWave midnightHaTe midnighthave
Wave Us U Do Your Carpet Cleaning CleaningReasonable ClcanlngReasonable CleaningReasonable
Reasonable prices E P Hinkel Co Cosuccessors CoSUCC1ssors Cosuccessors
successors to Thorp Carpet Cleaning Co Co4SS
4SS Maine ave sw Phone Main 2025 2025Hnrveyii 205Harvey O5 O5Hnre
Harvey Hnre Restaurant RestaurantWill Restnurnntwm RestaurantWill
Will be open on Sundays hereafter from
1 p m to midnight mldnJ ht
I Extraordinary ExtraordinaryandUnusual ExtraordinaryandUnusualSale and andUnusual andUnusualSale Unusual UnusualSale
Sale of Lace Curtains Curtainsand Curtainsand utains utainsand
and Portieres PortieresThe
The tansburgh Lansbur h Furniture Company announce annouuccsits its annual annualsale annualsaleof sale saleof saleof
of Lace Curtains and Portieres to take place on MONDAY MONDAYAND MONDAYAND I01TDA Y YAND
AND TUESDAY OCTOBER 21 AND 22 221907 1907
This sale is unusual and extraordinary in that it gives the theWashington theI theWashington
I Washington public an opportunity to purchase at prices that thatare thatarc thatare
are from onethird ol1 third to onehalf of whatany other store in the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country asks or the same grade of goods The curtains and andportieres andporticres andportieres
portieres will be displayed on the walls of our ir first floor floorand floorand floorand
and marked at prices pric that must cause an immediate clearance clearanceAbout clearanceAbopt clearanceAbopt
About Abopt 7200 curtains in the stock embodying every grade and andmakfe andmaJre andlllak4
makfe maJre also 1160 pairs of portieres portieresPrices portieresPrices portieresPrices
Prices Range as Follows FollowsNottingham FollowsNottingham FollowsNottingham
Nottingham Lace Curtains from 8c 8se pair iair up
Irish Point Lace Curtains from 275 pair pair up upReal upReal upReal
Real Brussels Curtains from 340 pair up
Renaissance I naissance Curtains from 270 pair pair up 1 1Marie v vMarie f
Marie 1 aric Antoinette Curtains from 1400 pair iqj iqjArabian U UArabian 1ft 1ftArabian
Arabian Curtains from 465 pair up I ITorchon
Torchon Curtains from 680 pair up upIadras
Madras Curtains from 53tJ 3 3QO < jO pair up upVell upI upSend upIll
Send Ill Your Worn Shoes to Us UsWell USWell
Well repair them the right way waynot not ruin ruinthem ruinthem ruinthem
them with half soles but
remove the worn wornbottoms wornbottoms wornbottoms
bottoms and replace them with withSsfss withWhose vithWhole
Whole Soles and HeelsThe Heels HeelsThe Heels5Thegreatest
The Thegreatest greatest improvement in shoe repairing repairingsince repairingsince repairingsince
since leather shoes were invented inventedEvens inventedMens inventedMens
Mens Shoes 150 150Ladies 150Ladies i5OLadies
Ladies Shoes 125 125laiional 125National 125Natiollal
National Shoe Mfg fg and Repair Co inc Incl 4
442 Ninth Street H W Phone M 1619
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Older Board of Trade Men fen Seek to toRetain toRetain toRetain
Retain Tried Directors DirectorsNotice Directorsotlce DirectorsOtlCe
Notice otlce of an Amendment Repealing RepealingJlylniv RepcnlingnInu Repealingflylaw
Jlylniv nInu UcKtrictiiijr Their Term TermOne Termof Ternieof
of Service J IS Posted PostedOne
0 One who Ibe vtMt visits the rooms of tb the Board Boardof Boardof Boardof
of Trade this week wilt oftt see posted there therea thereJIOUce
a notice 4gaed by Cono H Rudolph of ofan ofaa ofan
an mendmeat to the bylaws of the board boardropeattng boardthe boardreiieaflng
ropeattng the limit upon 1IP R the length of oftime oftime oftime
time directors shall serve serveIt serveIt
It 1 t is understood that behind this notice noticeis noticeIs noticeIs
is a movement of considerable proportions proportionsbacking proportionsbacltbl8 proportionsbacking
backing the proposition Last year a limit limitwas limitwu limitwas
was voted to the number of terms a mem member member membar ¬
ber of the board of directors could serve serveThe senfThe serveThe
The amendment to the bylaws imposing imposingthis lmpo imposingthis lng lngI lngth I
th this limit of service n1ee was proposed about abouta
a a year ago by D J Callahan and adopted adoptedby adoptedby adoptedby
by the Board of Trade after a hot argu argumentative argumentUve argumentative ¬
mentative fight lasting through the great greater greater greater ¬
er part of two sessions ns of the board boardThe boardThe boardThe
The plan of Mr Ir Callahan characterized characterizedas
as instilling new Dew blood into the board boardof boardof boardof
of directors was then opposed by b the theolder theoldeJ theolder
older and more conservative con ervatiYe portion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the body and it is this portion of the themembers themembfon themembers
members who bo it is understood are active actively actively actively ¬
ly behind the plan to t bring brI about the re repeal retal repeal ¬
peal tal of the bylaw bylawMr byIwMr bylawMr
Mr Rudolph yesterday in commenting commentingupon commentingupon commentingupon
upon the proposed amendment IU Qdment said he hefelt h hreh hefelt
felt confident he h would woukf not encounter encountermuch encounterma encountermuch
much ma h opposition this year to the repeal repealof repealof repealof
of th the clauSe He said it was an un unreasonable unreaaonable unreasonable ¬
reasonable restriction upon the service e of ofa ora ofa
a good man upon the board He also alsosaid a150said alsosaUl
said he had figured it out that this Urn limiting JlmtUns Urniting ¬
iting clause really rean hampered the free freechoice freechoice freechoice
choice of the body in the election of dl directors dlrectoM dlrectom ¬
rectoM and this he hekl was contrary contraryto contra contrato
to the American idea of free action in insuch inButh Insuch
such bodies bodiesMr bodlsMr bodiesMr
Mr Rudolph stated that the tlt purpose of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the amendment Is as to break up the old oldcustom oldcustom oldcustom
custom of the board of trade in reelect reelecting reelectIng reelectIng ¬
ing men who had served long In the direc directory directory directory ¬
tory Under the rule as it now stands standsJohn standsJohn standsJohn
John Toy Edswn A P Farden Archibald ArchibaldGreenlees ArchibaldGreenlees ArchibaldGreenlees
Greenlees George H Harries James B BLambie BLambie j jLambie
Lambie Crosby Crosb Noyce Ellis Spear and andv andV andW
W v P Van Wickle would retire from the thedirectory thedirectory thedirectory
directory and new members would be beelected b bejected beelected
elected in their places A majority of ofthese oftJese ofthese
these men bv lave served several successive successiveterms successIveterms successiveterms
terms as directors find it is likely that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some of them would be reelected but for forthe forthe forthe
the rule adopted last year It Is under understood und understood r rstood ¬
stood to be the intention of the older oldermembers oldermembers oldermembers
members of the boArd of trade to repeal repealthe repealthe repealthe
the bylaw before the time for the an annual annual annual ¬
nual election of directors directorsHold dlr directorsIbid tors
Hold Autumn Meeting MeetingThe JlcctlngThe MeetingThe
The autumn meeting of the Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton Congregational CongrcSuUonalClub sClub will be held at atthe atthe atthe
the First Church Tenth and G streets streetsnorthwest stre streetsnorthwest ts tsnorthwest
northwest tomorrow evening The re reception reception reception ¬
ception will take place in the church par parlors parlors parlots ¬
lors to be followed by a dinner at 630 630oclock 630oclock 6 6oclock
oclock The principal afterdinner ad addresses addresses addresses ¬
dresses will be delivered by Mr George GeorgeW GeorgeV GeorgeAlger
W V Alger of the New York bar and Dr DrS DrS DrS
S H Woodrow pastor of the First FirstChurch FirstChurch FirstChurch
Church Mr lr Algers articles on Amer American Amerlean AmerIcan ¬
ican criminal law and discontent there therewith therewith therewith ¬
with have attracted much attention attentionTIlE attentionTUE
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d ii Maury Dove Company CompanyINCORPORATED CompanyINCORrORA OornpanyiNCORPORATED
SPECIAL attention devoted d otetl to jn jnration 1ftfration peea peeaishon < <
ration of coal delivered d lir to private JUt resldenoM JUtd reeldences
LIER Coals aals bongat t under exclusive exclusivecontrarfs exclusivecontnds ezclussvecontracts
contracts enable us to guarantee per perfect perftd perfect ¬
fect satisfaction lt aCtion to t our customers customersCOKE cu5tmlersi enstesnersCOKE
COKE Is a aDependable aDependable aDependable
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any other fuel ron J u could tn ute in th the aagt
for cooking cookiD < < Well snppty you youS J IL
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41 Bushels UIbe1s Crashed Coke C e deliwred deliftrfdUI deliftrfdUIIt U
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great bargains bargainsin
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beers for all who appreciate the theFINEST theFINEST theFINEST
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