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THE mSHINGTON HERALD
TUESDAY, MAECH 28, 1911.
10
V
Children Cry
'.Eho Kind You Hare Always
in use for over 30 years,
and has
7V J1 sonal
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-a&-good" are but
Experiments tliat trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is C ASTORIA
Castoria is a. harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Kareotio
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
and ailaj s Fe erihness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething- Troubles, cures Constipation
and Platulency. It assimilates the Pood, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
) Bears the
C &CC&CM.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
in Use Fop Over 30 Years
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. 77 MURRAY STHCCT, NEW YORK CITY.
(WMWmtUtMMVtHUMUMVmiM1
? ,IX . , ., . , ,
ID
v ' i maKC me tiu-uikc 01
car mi the hab of the coal containing a certain number of
T I ": and a ccrt.iin percentage of h. Rather purchase
the coal that will evaporate the greatest number of pouncK of water
per pound of ioal Our liKORGFS CREEK COAL will demon--trate
it Mipcnonn under Mich a tc -t
J.
MAURY DOVE COMPANY
ll OnPOIHTEDl
Wholesale COAI Retail
PRINCIPAL OFFICE TWELFTH AND F STREETS.
A.VVV'VVVVVVV.VVVVVV'l.VVVVVVVVVV''V'VVVVVVV'VVVVVV'aaVVVX'VVV 4
PAINFUL FEET
Mean 1 miserable
rx stf n e on ran
r se 1 omfi rta
I I. f- et and for
oin own good
r ivf them attfnd
ri to Tt once De
I iv rman- mis r
11 1 discontent
Corns, Bunions,
And all other foot
trr- ible-. ir" 1 on
T"d In "'I" sup-prior
r'uropodv
is no
large f r ncult it mn
GEORGES & SON, Inc.
Fool Specialists. 1211 I" S(. "V A.
I It'll Pay You to
i COOK with COKE
. 1 in . nnmn il at I or
c'ighl tlrpenrtalile iii'l It makes
1 nr ii.-i right for ooKiiig
supil i k" at tlHie jini"
j I I' I ATZP Cffcr de IFTPf
t ltnl r Larr t k- ir itc-(xl
X '
irt tra l -d L r
l i n h d i ti
ll Cr iicii (oki
At 'lrprM
deliTrrod
ar.JTfrtd
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT CO.
Vi TENTH ETIfLCr N. M.
The Best Tonic
for v ou or anv
one else k good
pure hrrr, suh as
our "Diamond" or
"Munich ' Try a
rase lnyon-liOmc
'Diamond"
and
"Munich"
t dor.. SI. 75. r,Oc re hair on hottlcx.
Nalionzil Capital Brewing Co.
'Phone l.l'icoln TiOT.
THE WEATHER
has been so bad recently that
many roofs have suffered, spouts
have rotted, and gutters damaged.
DOES YOUR
&oof Sea&t
kcs. u & rr. ore
D. R. STANSBURY,
13M-6 H. 1 kn H. W. 'Ptom H.129.
'! !' --4"t't,M"M
3- The Fnmona
s
HOOMAKER
PENN. RYE
J Tta yan old. CJ5. Order bj Vone.
ANo TE.VXESSEE, J1.00 Bottle.
The Shoomaker Co
& 1331 B Street X. W.
Ec'abluhcd liji 'Vbcm Uila USta.
4
4K"I":"t' tww
H. K. FULTON
dtabllahe 1S70,
314 9th St. N.W- '
Money to Loan
Wafcues. Diamonds, and Jewelry.
BAUGAIHS AT nETAIU
k l l' I It
TRY THE NATIONAL
DINNER OR LUNCH
EIGHTH AND G STS. ?T. W.
Qnalltx and Set-Tire Unexcelled.
' OPES SUNDAYS. ,
for Fletcher's
Bought, and "wnich has been
has borne the signature of
been made under his per-
supervision since its infancy.
Signature of
inirciia'-iiijr our sicam coai im
THE ONTARIO
Eighteenth Street and Ontario Road
moilt rn Apartment Hou-e of
htirdird Firep'oor f"ontru tion
partments of 3 4. and 6
rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
h th jfir or bv the month
cu Organized Dining room
Sric operated bv the com
pim McLachlen
Banking Corporation
10th nnd
treeii . .
INVENTOR IS HELD
FOR SANITY PROBE
Owen L. Cheney Arraigned on
Charge of Assault.
Owen !. Cheney, of Blooralngton, 111
who claims to have invented a device fort
umbrellas, was arraigned In the Police
Court yesterday on charges of assault
and of carrying dangerous weapons.
Sigmund Dreyfuss told the court how
Cheney had beat him over the head with
loaded stick, and the policeman who
made Uie arrest showed the court the
stick Cheney admitted having the
weapon in his possession. After some
consideration, the court ordered that
Cheney bo committed for investigation
as to his sanity.
A Doahlc Tta in bow Visible.
The residents of the northweot section
of the city were yesterday afforded an
opportunity to view an unusual and
striking atmospheric phenomenon in a
doable rainbow, the contour and colors
of which were unbroken from one end
to the other? Tho ends ofthe rainbow
were apparently resting over Rock Creek
Park, and the, brilliant huos -wcm. out
lined against tho sky with all- the vivid
ness of a painting.
Largest Horning Circulation.
S II II
V. V. CHAFi-TIE. MANAGER.
? notei continental
V 5r" xM
firrrrn Plan ll Iki W
III
i The
! Rathskeller
I of the Hotel Continental, with I
I its richlj appointed furnishings,
II is distinctlv unique In the high- II
II clas character of its service II
:!j and menu, and the reasonableness IJ
ill of its prices II
ill 3ICS1C EVERT nVEOVTJJG. II
ROCHE DENIES BET
Emphatic Testimony in Hand
Book Case.
SUPS SHOWN IN COTJBT
tllcred Handbook Maker Tat Under
Grilling Croas-examinatlon bjr thr
Prosecution Request of Defense
that Jnrr Deal Carefully TltU
Jahb'B Testimony Is Granted.
Philip J. Roche, charred with making
a handbook, was kept on the stand for
more than a.n hour csWday afternoon
in the Police Court under fc fire of
questions from Assistant District At
torre Ralph Given regarding his former
testimonv as to his acquaintance with
Jubb and the alleged placing- of a. bet
on Juh 16
Roche claimed he had not known Jubb
I reious to Jul 13, when he came Into
his saloon, ostensibly for the purpoi
of selling- some jewelry. He denied em
phatically that Jubb had made any bets
with Turn previous to July 16. and claimed
the piece of paper which Detectives
IJowes and Cox found him examining
1 ad been left b Jubb on the bar, and
that it wa. merely his curiosity which
lec him to pick it up ard look at it.
Sliown Seized Slip.
Mr Given showed the witness the slips
which are alleged to have been found in
Roche's coat pockets and behind the
lar The oefcndaTit disclaimed all
knowledge of them On one of the slips
was written "The Uigur to win .1.
C J." the latter being Jubb s initials.
The defense placed two witnesses on the
stand In an effort to disproie Jubb s
assertion that he was with Roche about
noon Juh IB Roth admitted thrv might
have been mistaken as to the exact time
of dav at which their interviews with
Roche took place
Wilton J Lambert, counsel for the de
fence, reqjei-ted the court to instruct the
jurv to deal with Jubb's testimony with
.union, in case thej found thai he had
been paid to procure testimonv. Tins, was
granted
After arguments br Mr. Given and I.co
P Harlow and Charles. Bendheim. the
court adjourned until 1 o'clock this after
noon It Is f-xpected a verdict will be
returned to-dav
mong the interested spectators at the
trial vesterdav war: IvjuIs J Oarmody.
e reta'j of what is commonlv known
as the "Senatorial Third Degree Commit
tee ENGAGED TO HDRD,
MRS.CRAMER'SPLEA
Denies She Fsed "Spirit" to
Procure 315,000.
SI Iaura Cramer, against whom suit
i has been Instituted for the return of
'J3C000 which she is alleged to have ob
I tained from Fenton J Hurd. bv "plnt"
.communications from his deceased wife,
ve-sterd.lv advanced the defense before
I Justice Gould that s,he vsas engaged to be
married to Hurd
j Mr Cramer does not den having re-
'celved the monej, but he denies that
spiritualism had an thing to do with it
, She produced a tender little missive
which he reccivtd from Hurd in De
cember. 1WM, in which he refers to their
engagement. He signed himself "Fento. '
which Sir' Cramer said was the name
Hurd adopted in his correspondence with
i her
It wat admitted bv .Mrs Cramer that
she wrote two 'spook letters just to
satlf a whim of her nance Hurd de
clared his wife wrote him about l'X) let
ters representing them to be "spirit
messages, asking him to take good care
of Sirs Cramer, and supply her with
all the moncv she needed
Hurd, according to the defense of Mrs
Cramer, at one time made the threat to
give awav his property for the purpose of
depriving his children thereof, and that
he gave J1J.C00 to a woman to whom
he was formerly engaged
The suit against Sirs Cramer i brought
bv Dr I.ee SI. Hurd, of Greenwich, Conn
as conservator of his grandfathers es
tate The jurisdiction of the court nai
denied in vesterdav s arguments bv Sirs
Cramers attomejs Justice Gould will
ontinuc the hearing to-day and afford
Hurd's counsel an opportunity to replv
RITES FOE DUNCAN McEAE.
terrier in Charge of Theta Delta
Chi fraternity.
Nearly loo members of the Theta Del
ta Chi fraternity gathered at the bier
of Duncan SIcRae jesterday afternoon,
to pav their last respects. The body
of SIcRae, who was drowned in the
Potomac River near Svcamore Island,
while canoeing last Saturday afternoon,
lay in a casket banked with flowers in
the chapel of J. 'William Lee's under
taking establishment yesterday afternoon,
and at 5 o'clock the members of the
fraternity gathred to participate m the
last rite-s for the dead. At a signal the
group hied Into the chapel and took
eats near the bier. Then Rev. T. B.
Lewis and Rev. J. Slacbride Sterrett
passed up the aisle chanting the Episco
pal funeral ritual. It consisted of re
sponsive services and a prayer by Dr.
Lewis.
When the church ritual was over, the
fraternity rose in a bodv and chanted
their death song, a farewell with a prom
ise of future union.
Slaj James A. SIcRae, U. S. A., young
SIcRae's uncle, and his wife were pres
ent. The body will be sent to Macon, Ga.
FREE SAMPLE OF
CURED THEIR CONSTIPATION
When a person has become discour- both sexes and in" all parts of he conn
aged through ears of failure to find a try first used sample bottle and now
cure, and finally, perhaps, gives up try- have it regularly in the house,
ing, it is small wonder that he becomes You will learn to do away with salts,
skeptical. And yet, to all -who have con- waters, and cathartics, for these are but
stipation. we would say. 'Try Just one temporary reliefs, while Dr. Caldwell's
thing more." Syrup Pepsin is guaranteed to cure per-
We wish vou would, try Dr. Caldwell's manentjy- It will train your stomach
Syrup Pepsin, a laxative tonic that has and bowel muscles so that they will do
been used for a generation Thousand, JJFc&&'SSSl
are using it; surely some of your friends trv gyrup Pepsin.
among the number. You can buy it of br. Caldwell docs not feel that the
any druggist at fifty, cents and one dol- purchase of his remedy ends his obll
lar a' bottle but better still, send your gallon. Hejhas specialized in stomach,
name and address to Dr. Caldwell for a "ver.' and towel diseases for over forty.
fr Mmnin bottle Ha win xmA vnn years, and will be pleased, to give the
Mmpie bottle. He will send you rcidtr:juiy advice on the subject free
enough to convince you of Its merita, r ,,,' ii are weieom t wriiA
and then If you intact you can bur it.of,
our uruESisu tr. J. J. rony. or onion-
ville. Mo.: Mr. George W. Zimmerman:
r- HaxrlaburSp Pa. and many others of-
INSURREGTOS FOILED
RICH TREASURE TRAIN
WITHSTANDS ATTACK
Large Stock of Outfits Secured by Federals
in Scramble for Position.
Patriotism must necessarily inspire
men to stand by the property and treas
ure needed in every movement made in
the interest of freedom.
Those who know the inside of the
great revolution now raging in Slcxico
appreciate -what a struggle for relief
from oppression the SIcxicans are mak
ing. It may be a far v iew to think of the
Stste of Chihuahua. United States of
America, but that is no more extreme
than the great clothing values to be had
right here in Washington at the well
known men's clothing house of Sultan &
Eiseman. 617 and 619 Seventh street
northwest, where suits to please men in
all walks of life are to be bought for
J6 S5 which are regularly sold for $13.
Any man wanting an extra pair of
trousers can get from a limited stock of
extra fine neat stiipe and latest spring
color effect J2.S0 values for Jl 3.
Lninn-made suits, hand-tailored, all
wool, satin lined, best of trimmings and
made to sell for E2..V) and $25 CO, are to
be purchased while they last for $11.8.1
Sredrum-w eight underwear, grav and
white kind, 50c and TV value, only 33c,
are among some of the other bargains
Sultan .S. ELseman $1 SO derby and soft
hats for S?e. These may be captured by
the Insurreetos if you don t get hcm
quick A special lot of large size Sfon
arch shirts, fome II. lfc. 16S. and IT
sixes made to s-oll for $1. Tours for 50
lleautiful color effects In the lot.
One hundred men can get the last of
that big pun hasp of men's band-tailored
Uieviof. tweeds, and worsted suits.
worth $16 'A $1S and $20. for $3 S3 each if
thej "hurry up "
Don't let the dav go bv without mak
ing an effort to get to this tore of cloth
ing bargains which Sultan Sr Kiscman
have at 617 and 613 Seventh street north
west, opposite Patent Ofllce
ABE MAETIN SAYS:
What i it that like- t' shop all
da an never do-es th' car door?
.hv pawn I.ippincut as iti
pcrfectlv proper t' go t' th the
ater with a ounjj man you despise
if th' piay is upliftin".
ERRANT" GOES
BACK TO GOTHAM
Starts (Hit to See flic World.
Taking SI. 200 Along.
A ilri!s of a peculiar pittcrn and of
distinctive cut It wasn t a harem skirt,
either led to the arrest of Sirs. Stollie
Rifkin. who recentlv departed from New
York in a hurrv taking with her $1,200
of her husband s monv
Sirs Rifkin conceived the idea one dav
that she was tired of life on the East
bid" and deired to see more of the
world
ben her husband, upon returning
home, found that she and the $1,200
had ditappeared, he immediately caused
to be published in a Yiddish papT a pic
ture of his errant spouse taken in her
new gown A copv or mis papor ten
nto the hands of Detective Burman, of
the local police force, who remembered
having seen a dre:s of that description
on a woman in V. street. This led to
the arrest and he readily promised to
return to her husband
LOCAL MENTION.
EXCURSIONS TO-DAT.
Norfolk ard Withlmton Strtmbot Comrany'l
ttrsram from foot of SetenUi mt tor Ola rotot
Comfort and Norfolk dail? at 6.t P. m.
Steamer Charles Sualnter for Monat vtiuuu
VeaiM Swcnth rtrwt wharf at 10 . m. md UiS
. m. dallr eiecDt Eundar.
Cjm Irom Fifteenth atrert and Nnr York aTenui
errrr Quarter hour lor Zoo rant. l-Tiery LTuse. and
besenctoa.
vvaahlcrtoo. Baltimore am Jnntpom Electric
Hallway operates ilrtj three limited trains each da?
between Wihtnrlon and Baltimore, learisf FIT
teolb, it. and Jew York are. en the hour and halt
hour.
Jno. R. Mclnberz'n Bread AnDears
regularly on the best tables. Highest in
quality, nourishing, tasty. Any grocery.
LAXATIVE
.him. Whether for the, medical advice
or me iree sample, aoonsa-ninvur. v,
B. -Caldwell. SU Caldwell BuildisK. Afon-
Ucelio, 111. ...-.
When you see this
sign-it means "some
thing doing" in the
musical line:
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M FOSTER BLDG m I I
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WASHINGTON
WC
TO-DAY
We announce the biggest thing' in
the PLAYER-PIANO business since
automatic instruments were intro
duced to the Washington public!
Many possible purchasers of these pianos have been de
terred because of the expense of the rolls and owners have
complained of the various circulating library schemes
We, therefore, have "something new under the sun,"
From to-day we offer to the public and our patrons the
only ABSOLUTELY
Free Player Roll Circulat
ing Library Exchange Plan
ever put in operation in this city.
Call in person and let us tell you all about it no
matter what player you own.
And, mind you, our rolls are positively guaranteed to
be the best music made in America.
"THE FOSTER WARRANTY IS SUFFICIENT:1
Our Player Pianos range in price from $450 to $1,150,
and we have a few "special bargains" for less than $400, and
all the 88 note scale.
TERMS TO PLEASE YOU.
Percy S. Foster Piano Co.
Foster Building',
1330 G Street.
'Phones Main 317 and 318.
TRADE SI ARK.
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