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W. D. CO.
COFFEE, 25c LB.
W. D: BREAKFAST COFFEE, Zlo LB.
Tie -discriminating coffee user
win find an unusual flavor and
aroma -aeldom found except In the
WASHIXGTOI lAMY CO.
940 Louisiana Ave."
Telephone Main 5S0S.
.PRICE IN THIS CITY.
Tares stories, nine spadons rooms: two batb-
roomi doable floors; hardwood trim; besuufol
mim.iir axxnres equal to urn vsea in iwrau
thoosaod dollar homes; ererr room with direct
Urht: hot water heat; ileetria Hiits porch front
hrwtccr porch In rear. Ths tntirs house btsaU
fnD decorated ssd finished throcthoot. Jasl
rMjatted. Lot sSKt-rrccs. . uesaunu tonne
bar7 Imported from Hcuasd.
Tils ham is. canal to tw (T.COO heme -In ths
tier. Fries O.na. terms cut.' Dtsiriol Iocs.
Ion in ths Sortiweet, ,
N. L SARSBIRY CO.,
Exe.ttsi.e Agent, 71 Ml 13th SI. H. W
"See Etz and See Belter"
EDWIN H. ETZ
1C03 G" street
Tom Moore Pure Rye,
89c Full Quart.
One Week Only.
'Phone Orders Delivered Anywhere in
City or Suburbs.
1632 14tb SLR. W. Horth 813.
I. Z. Heist
Leading Northeast Market.
, Groceries. Meats,
1 and Provisions.
Our meats are atrletly home
dressed Partzidsre hams shoul
ders, and Bacon oar specialty.
300ESLH.E. 'Phone Un. 1624.
En Monday's Premier Show En
'JO SIX ALL-STAR FEiTHBES U
SIX ALL-STAR FEATURES
This will make you sit up and
Coolest house In town.
A Burglar's Reformation.
Kibosh & Gaaauke
A little child shall lead them.
10 a. m. to 10 30 p. m.
A Positive From the Law.
A thriller from the start.
And three other great plavs
Are on the trail.
Chere the crdwd goes tells the tale.
ALWAYS Sc, .EVER 3IORE.
ILAFLIN OPTICAL CO.,
S07 r STKr.ei
OLD JIASOMC TEMPLE.
Leading; Optician, for a quarter of a
Oculists Prescription. Filled.
"The Best Dry-cleaning Plant In the
City." A Borne Industry.
W. H. FISHER
Careful and finished work In
cleaning and dyeing of Ladles' Suits.
Gowns. Gloves, and Laces
The most expensive materials can
be Intrusted to us.
709 9th Street N. W.
Best Work. Moderate Prices.
Phono Main 11S2. No other
Vml throw t-rtr iboem txcacM totti or beeli art
pom.wTboer jmrtt rtceiTt comtant veir n4 bj no
ueut tsdic&U lift of thoe. Tike tara to
T. G Cliff re, osPENr.AVE.w;v;
tUtoei to order Orthopedic wort Mo defonxut;
too ciacalt to com perfectly asd ecmTorUWr
FRESH MEATS anil FISH
Full Line of Select Groceries.
LOWEST COST OF LI VIA G PRICES.
ECONOMY MEAT MARKET,
408 THIRD ST. V. W.
Have You Kidney or Bladder Treukle
'If to, by Goldsnith's K. & B. Remedy SB a
bottle Gairtnteed or xnoner refolded. Fa sals
' (BeWffnuji Goldsmnh,
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AMENDMENT IS '!-'
Charges iKade of Trading Between
Southern Democrats and Pa
cific Coast Republicans.
COMES UP IE HOUSE TQ-DAY
According to charges made In the
cloak-rooms of the House, nine Pacific
Coast Representatives have made a trade
with twenty Democratic members from
the South, whereby they agree to vote
against the conference report on direct
elections of Senators In return for the
vote of these Democrats against abolish
ing the mints at San Francisco and
Carson City, as provided In the bill Just
passed by the House. " ' , ,
The Democratic members are said to
have delivered their votes on Friday
when the House decided to retain the
mints by a voter of 177 to 115. It Is now
said to be up to nine Pacific Coast mem
bers to-day to vote against direct elec
tion of Senators as prescribed in the
Who these nine members are has, not
been disclosed. The roll call on the vote
to retain the mints showed a large
-number of Democrats from Southern
States as having voted with the Western
members, -and this Is regarded as making
dubious the prospects of adopting the
Brlstow amendment on the direct elec
tion of Senators. The Southern Demo
crats who joined with Western members
deserted the House leaders, who planned
to abolish the mints as a means of Bav
in e money.
The managers of the Clark Presidential
campaign. In claiming credit for the
Speaker for Important legislation ob
tained by this Congress, yesterday Issued
the following statement.
Come. Up To-day.
"Representative W. W. Rucke'r of Mis
souri, -chairman of the House Committee
on Election of President. Vice President,
and Representatives in Congress, has an
nounced that on Monday he will call up
In the House, and that the House will
then pass, the amendment to the Fed
eral Constitution providing for the elec
tion of united states senators By direct
vote of the people The House will ap
prove the resolution as it was amended
by the Senate, and thus the last step
within the power of -Congress will have
been taken to bring about a reform that
has been- denied during years of Repub
lican rule at Washington. The amend
ment. If approved by three-fourths of the
Legislatures, will become a part of the
organic law of the land."
The Brlstow amendment provides that
Congress may fix the time, manner, and
place of holding elections for Senators.
It has been In controversy In the Sen
ate and the House Conference Commit
tee for many months. The Brlstow
amendment is obnoxious to many South
ern members who are opposed to Federal
supervision of elections. Recently the
House conferees decided to accept the
Brlstow amendrrent. An announcement
to that effect was made in the House
by Representative Rucker. He has de
lated making tho motion that the House
accept the amendment In the hope that
some Democratic opponents, could Ue
brought over to its support. Just what
will happen to the amendment in the
House, in view of -the combinations that
have been made to defeat It, is a mat
ter or speculation. -Until recently U was
believed the amendment would be adopt
ed by a substantial majority
The value of church-owned property In
the United States is $1,757,575,567. Only
5j.oto.oou oi tne 95,000.000 inhabitants of
continental United States are church
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MASS ON JUNES1
Pifty Thousand Knights of Colum
bus Will Join Spanish War
Veterans in Service.
For the second tuna the United Spanish
War Veterans are- to held a memorial
military field mass, dedicated to the
memory of their comrades lost In the
Spanish-American war. Sunday, June 9,
hss been selected as the date for the
ceremonies, and the CO.000 Knights of
Columbus who will be In Washington to
attend the unveiling exercises of the
new Columbus Memorial at Union Sta
tion 'Plaza -will swell the attendance to
at least 200.000,
President Taft will be the most Im
portant figure at the services, and It Is
expected the celebrant or tho mass wOl
be Cardinal Glbbgns,
Cabinet members, members of Congress
and high government officials will 'alio
be Irf attendance. Mgr. Giovanni Bon
zano. Archbishop of Mltylene and Papal
Delegate to the United States, will assist
In the ceremonies. The mass will be
held on the White Lot, and the most
elaborate arrangements are being made
for the occasion.
The services will he under the auspices
of Admiral George Dewey Camp of thd
United Spanish War Veterans. Rev.
Eugene D. McConnell. pastor of St.
Alojslus" Church; Mgr. William T, Rus
sell, rector of St. Patrick's, snd other
clergymen wOl take part In the cele
There will be a military procession,
headed by the full Marine "Band, which
will also attend at the ceremonies. Be
sides the Spanish War Veterans, the Na
tional GuardT of the District, the Grand
Army of the Republic the Knights of
Columbus, detachments of the regular
army and other patriotic and religious
organizations will march In the proces
sion. GIRL HAS RIGHT
TO POP QUESTION
Proper for Maid to Propose in Leap
Year, or Any Other Year,
Kalamazoo, Mich.. May li "It
proper for a girl to ask her sweetheart
to marry her during leap year or any
other ear, for ihat matter.'
This statement comes from Rev.
A. O'Brien, rector of St. Augustine's
Catholic Church. Recently Father
O'Brien received a number of inquiries
relative to the propriety of leap year
proposals, and, during a rousing sermon
to his congregation, he uttered a number
of leap ear epigrams, in which he said
that It was enUrely proper of a girl to
ask for an engagement, and that It was
wrong for any young man to go with a
girl for any length or time witnout mar
riage In view.
-It is not necessary to -Rait until leap
jear to ask a man what he Intends do
ing." said Fatlier O'Brien. "Such a
question Is In order in any year, or at
any time. It Is of great Importance for
both parties to know whether they are
trifling or In earnest. Keeping com
pany for fun Is wrong.
"When a ycung man is too bashful or
timid to propose and a young woman
realizes his position. It would be a
great act of kindness and .charity. If not
a duty on her part, to tell him what Is
"Long company keeping or engage
ments are discountenanced by the
Church. Waiting for better circum
stances brings much bitterness. The
home, to be lovable, should be built by
two, not one. A wife should be a helper.
not a guest. Home builders have not
time to waste about the streets or In
saloons. Neither do they want clubs
or 'some place to go.'
"It Is true some persons keep single
to care for their aged parents. God will
bless such, but they should keep from
trifling If they want, that blessing. A
clear understanding at the outset would
settle msny sorrows that come later.
"Early marriages keep -away sin and
danger. Marry in your own faith, if
ou would be happy.
"Don't-abuse-opportunities. Once gone
they are gone forever. Whatever you
do, be in earnest. Don't trifle."
BISHOP'S DAUGHTEB IS AUTH0E.
Tne Unknown 'Woman" Written
by Mrs. William B. ewlln.
Washington may boast another novel
ist In the person of Mrs. William Beeck-
er Newun. wnose new hook "The Un
known Woman." written -under the nom
de plume of "Anno Warwick" has Just
Mrs. Newlln is the daughter of Bishop
Earl Cranston of tho Methodist Church.
She is a resident of Washington, although
at present she is traveling In Europe.
The-Unknown Woman" la Mrs. New-
lln's second novel, the first, "Compen
sation." having attracted wide noUco by
reason of Its covert attack upon social
conditions in higher life. Sbe Is -also
the author of "Stories About Plain
Mrs. Newlin is but twenty-Ave years
old, but despite that fact, critics declare
that her work is equal to that' of older
authors. She was born In Cincinnati
and educated In the public schools of that
city and graduated from Goucher Col
lege, then, the Baltimore Woman's Col
EDWARD CALLAHAN DIES.
Noted Feudist Succumb, to Pneu
monia Shot Last Week.
Lexington .Ky.,, May 12. Edward Cal
lahan, former Sheriff of Breathitt
County, and noted feudist, who was shot
from ambush ten days ago, died to-day
Pneumonia developed Jn the lung
through which the assassin's bullet sped.
Largest Morning Circulation.
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ber of votes on the top of each package.
HO WORSE, HE SAYS
Dr. Thomas E. Potterton in .Lecture
on Islands Likens the "Hoola
Hook", to Turkey Trot
Showing a picture of a native Hawaiian
dancer wearing only beads above the
waist. Dr. Thomas Edward Potterton, of
Brooklyn. N. T.. in an Illustrated lecture-
last night on "Hawaii, One of the pearis
of1 CreaUon" before a large audience at
the Church of Our Father, declared that
the "Hoola-Hoola!' danc given by Ha.
wallan dancers, such as the one pictured.
was -no worse than the turkey trot, griz
zly bear, and many other dances Indulged
In by society In this country.
Dr. Potterton told of the wonderful
opportunities open In the islands, and
said that one of the sugar refining com
panies that was capitalized at several
hundred thousands of dollars a few years
Bso Is now capitalized at S5.O0O.O00, and
pays IS per cent dividends on this amount
of capital stock, walle tne woramen re
ceive only1 75 cents per day. '"And sUll
there are many In this country," ne saia,
"who do not believe In free sugar."
Speaking of the population of the
Islands, Dr. Potterton said that there are
onlv "3.000 natives, while there are 27.W0
Chinese ana ,w Japanese, ite saia mat
the native Hawallans are fearful that in
Ume the government of the Islands may
be In the hands of the Japanese. When
this remark was made a Japanese sitting
In the audience was noticed with a broad
grin over his face, as If greatly pleased
with the Idea.
The wonderful beauty of the islands
was described In an attractive manner
b the aid of colored lantern slides, and
the manners and customs of the people
were given passing mention.
U. S Drt of Atrfcultar. Weitner Damn
WuhinrtoD. Bandar, Mar XZ. 1912-4 p. m.
It. if xnuch cooler from ths Uroer-Lise reslon
through lit Eut Colt Sutes and in Colorado, and
tnsrentiuTS ars below th oeaaocal srerase excrpt
fen-tew Alitalia snd Psiae Suiea. In the Utter
dhtiict It la my warm for. trt Jrajoo, except on
tn immedlsta coast.
Then will bo ahowtra Monday in thr Lower Last
recion snd tho Atlantic SUiea. followed b? fair
weather Tuesday. Then win slao be showers Mon
day in Goicndo and New Mexico sad the western
portion of Nebraaas and Kanaaa, extcsdins Mon
day zdfht and Tuesday into ths Mlaeouxi and Mis
afcalppl Tsllrra and probably the Gulf Statu. In
U Ohio Valley, the Cprer Lilt nttaa. snd tho
Northwest the weather wOl b ctnerslly fair Mon
day snd Tueaday
It will b cooler Monday! n the Atlantis 8U1M
snd th Eastern Lower Lais rrdon, snd aUchur
wanner in the Urper Lala retion. ths Mlddl snd
Lower Ohio Valley tho interior U ths East Gulf
States, and the Northwest.
Mldnifht. 6J. 2 a. nv, 66. 4 a. m.. , t s. m., 3,
I a, a. M, 1U a, a, U noon, S,!ia,8,
4 p. m.. TO, 6 p. m.. 71, S p. m.. 70. 10 p. SL. Cd.
Blehest. 71. loweet. C
Xlelatire honudUy 8 s. m. SC. S p. m.. 71. Rain
fall (I r. m. to I p. rn.). &M.
Temperature asms dais Ust year Richest. SC.
Temperaturc. In Otner Cities.
Temperatures in other dties, torether with ths
amount of rainfall for ths twenty four hoars ended
It I p. xn. yesterday, srs u follows.
Max. Min. Ip.nv fas.
Aaherffle. S C. .. 71 0 a
Atlanta, Ga. 73 60 0.2
Atlantic City. N J 60 M SS 0 M
Biamarcx. -V. Oak. 14 3 O 0 01
Boston. Miss.... ...-..... TO M .H 0C
Buffalo, X 1 .71 C 60 0.3
Chicago. 1IL, ....... 41 U 1 12
Cincinnati. Ohio.. ...... 63 M 49 0J3
Cheyenne. Wro........... U S 13 OJS
Dttnmt, lows...- 63 II ) O.U
Dearer. Colo.. ....... ,.... 42 S 33 13
Des Moines, lows. 64 II 60 0 01
GalratOG. Trx... ........... 76 66 76 ...
Relena, Mont. ... .56 X X tM
Indianapolis. Ind...-. ..,. 58 40 0.SI
JaexaonrtUe. Fl.... .. SI 71 SO
Kansas Cur. Me. M 46 69 0 02
Little Rock. Ark 63 M 61
Los Anjrtra. CaL 66 M 60
Marquette. Mich -.. 36 40
Memphis. Teen........ . 64 (3 61
New Orleans. Ia-.. SO 66 73 ....
New Tork. N. T. 61 sS B
North riaxta. Near......... 62 36 (6
Onuht. Nets-........... 64 44 63
Phrl actinia. Pa........ 73 62 64 ojl
Pittsburx, Fa.. 71 60 64 0 03
Portland, lie....... 63 4J 82 COS
Portland, Orrc....... ... SO 52 S3 ....
Salt Lais OtT. CU4 63 46 63
Et. Louis. Mo 56 43 (4 0.36
St. Paul. Minn. 64 62 0.01
San Frandsoo. Oil ........ 60 46 56
SprlntneM. Ill (4 46 54 OX
Tacoms. Won.. .......... 82 . 80 ...
Tampa, Fls. ...... ...... 83 71 76 0.32
Toledo. Ohio. R 63 70
netaben. Miss. 72 63 70
Duluth. Minn. 46 36 33
Today Hlrh tide IS a. m. snd 5-3" D. m,: low
uda.. 110 a.m. snd 113) p. -El .
Txnouuai Hlrh tide, 5H s. m. and 6J7 p. a.:
law-tide. 1229 s. jn.
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May 23, 2932.
Delegates to Conference of New
Jerusalem Congregation Attend
Services Sessions To-dayT
Convention Sunday was observed jes-
terday In the Church of the New Mere
salem. Sixteenth and Corcoran Streets
Northwest, with morning and evening
services, delegates and members of the
congregation filling the church to ca
pacity. Rev. William F. Wnnseh. of Bath,
Me preached the evening service, and
was followed by the rendition of Men
delssohn's cantata, "Hear My Prayer,'
by the choir.
"The God of the VaJleis and the
HIUs" was the topic of Mr. Wunsch's
sermon. The speaker traced the history
of pantheism from the early times, and
the gradual localization of deities among
early people, which was followed anally
The morning service was conducted by
the pastor of the local churcn. Rev
Frank Bewail, and the sermon was
preached by Rev. Louis G. Hoek,
Cincinnati, chairman of the Council of
An interesting ceremony was observed
at the conclusion of the sermon the In
vestiture and consecration of two gen
eral pastors and the reception Into the
church cf a new minister
The general pastors are Rev. Julian K.
Smyth, president of the convention, and
Rev. Baman N. Stone, of Fryeburg, Me.
John HEnns. of Manitoba. Canada, was
ordained. The choir also sang at tnis
service, under direction of Miss Maud
The first session of the annual conven
tion will be held this morning at the
church. Reports will be made on the
number of members of the church
throughout the world At 10 o'clock the
general convention will assemble and
routine business will be transacted. An
hour will be devoted to the discussion
of the missionary development of the
church. The delegstes will visit the
White House at 2 JO o'clock, returning
to the- .church for a business session at
This evenlpg at S o'clock the delegates
and their hosts will assemble at the an
WAVE OF BILLS
Hope for Early Adjournment Aban
doned by Leaders Important
Measures Await Action.
With all the big supply bills pending
and the House Democratic tann mils
awaltlncr consideration, the legislative
situation In the Senate is such that the
most optimistic have abandoned hope
Of an earlr adlournment of Congress.
The leaders of the three factions of
the Senate are divided as to wnat this
week will bring forth, but few If sny
believe It possible to reach an agree
ment In a legislative programme The
regular Republicans are not disposed to
sit ldlv bv and allow a coalition of in
surgents and Democrats to pass any of
the pending tann Dins, nor are tney
willing to press the appropriation bills
that have been put through the House
until they have considered them carefully
In committee and eliminated much of the
new legislation that has been tacked
on In the form of "riders "
Besides the tariff and supply bills, the
Senate Is also confronted by the Lorl
mer case and the proposed constitutional
amendment fixing the President's term at
six vears and making him Ineligible to
succeed himself It has been announced
that the majority and the minority re
ports of the committee in the Lorlmer
case will be filed with the Senate on
May 10. and members of the committee
have given assurances that a vote will
be taken before adjournment.
The Senate Judiciary Committee win
probably order a favorable report to-day
on the constitutional amendment fixing
the term of the President at six years
An amendment has been Incorporated
In the bill providing that the Inaugura
tion date shall be changed from March
4 to a convenient date In January, fol-.
lowing the Presidential election in No
vember The report of ths committee that In
vestigated the Titanic disaster will also
demand the attention of the Senate, ac
cording to Senator Smith of Michigan,
chairman of the committee. He expects
to make his report within a week or ten
421 ti 421 7ft SL
417 it 425 Itk SL
kMe of "Km-sK" H!k6
Wtrtk FiHy $5.11
That, is a broad assertion, but
nevertheless It is a true one.
The quality of silk used Is ex
cellent, and will not slip on the
warp. There are several beauti
ful styles In black and colors.
A special purchase at a big con
cession In pries tells the story
of why we are able to offer them
at such a low figure. AH lengths
in regular sizes only. Actual 15
values. While these 200 last.
'take your choice
SIAM'S NEW ENVOY
Prince Traidos, Cousin of the Zing,
But 2d Years Old and Grad
uate of Cambridge.
Prince Traidos. the new Minister from
the kingdom of Slam to the United States,
arrived in Washington shortly after 9
o'clock last night. He reached New
Tork Saturday, having sailed from Eng
land aboard the Cedric.
Prince Traidos. who comes ss Envoy
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipoten
tiary. Is the youngest Minister of that
rank ever to present credentials at Wash
ington. He is only twenty-nine vears
old. Prince Traidos Is a first cousin to
the King of Slam, and succeeds Phya
Akharaj Varadbara as Minister. The re
tiring Minister has served ten years at
Prince Traidos went direct from Union
Station to the Arlington, where the SI
amese Legation Is housed. Edward H.
Loftus. first secretary of the iegalotn.
said last night that Prince Traidos prob
ably would enter the social life of the
The prince speaks English fluently, and
has also the mastery of the French and
German tongues. He Is a graduate of
Cambridge, and has spent much time In
England, but has never before been In
the United States.
Bed Cross Officials Guests at Lega
tion To Make Sightsee
ing Tour To-day.
Delegates to the conference of the In
ternational Red Cross were entertained
last night by Dr. Paul Rlttex. Minister
from Switzerland, at a dinner party at
the legation. 2012 Hlllyer Place.
Informal speeches were made by sev
eral of the delegates and toasts were
Dr Rltter praised 'the work of the
American Red Cross, but reminded his
guests that the organization had Its
inception in Switzerland
To-day the delegates who are still In
the city will make a tour of Washington
in automobiles. The party will start
from the Pan-American Building
At S o'clock this afternoon Mrs Levi
Z. Letter will be hostess at a tea in
honor of the delegates at ber residence
In Dupont Circle.
The guests last night were the French
Ambassador and lime- Jusserand. Gus-
tave Ador, president of the International
committee. Miss Alice Favre, delegate
representing the Ladles' Red Cross So
ciety of Geneva, Dr. Ferrlere. of the
International committee, and his daugh
ter. Miss Ferrlere. Ma C de Marvel,
the Persian charge d affaires, and Mme
Mlrza AU Kull Khan. Frederic Barbey.
and John Jlgnons, attache of the Swiss
Americans are the most liberal con
tributors to religion In the world In ad
dition to providing II2.000.000 a year for
the redemption of the heathen of other
lands, they give to the churches the
munificent sum of 127,000,000 a year for
their support and malntentnce.
If you need glasses at all, you
want those that will meet your
Have Your Glasses
Maie to Order at
the Leese Optical
M. A. Leese Optical Go.
614 Ninth Street
for Monday Only.
Gordon Dry JSin 89c bottle
Booth Dry Gin . .... .89c bottle
Hilshire Dry Qin 69o bottle
Prompt delivery anywhere la city.
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Frank A. Speare. Mgr.
HEMPHILL Suddenly, on the morning
of May 1L 1S12. at 12 15 o clock, of
angina pectoris, JOHN J HEMP
HILL, of Chester. S C. in the suty
thtrd year of his age.
Funeral services at his late residence.
a08 Bancroft Place Monday after
noon. May 12. at 3 JO o'clock.
KAISER Suddenly, on Friday. May 10,
1912, at his home. 331 Thirteenth
Street Southeast. EMIL A KAISER,
beloved husband of Elizabeth Kaiser
Funeral Mondaj. May 13. at 11 a. m..
from his late residence. Interment
LINTON The members of the Associa
tion of Oldest Inhabitants of the Dis
trict of Columbia are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral services of
our late associate. WILLIAM A. LIN
TON, at his late residence. S32 Fourth
Street Northeast, Monday May 13. at
3 p. rn. THEODORE TV NOTES.
President, BENJAMIN W REISS.
WASH. GRAXITE lIOXUaE.Tr CO.
SS llli a. Dw. Lri stock or UonEmests to atisc!
from- Erected befcx Decoration Day.
GEO. a SHAFFER,
Bssntifal TVrsl Deslgss. Terr reasonable !a prln,
FboD. SOS Main. ltth Ir sts. -m.
Of Ersrr inscription WnrVrital'Prtoad.
ItDsnl Destxsa. tmeral Dealss
SI50 GASH SI50
Payable June 10, 1912.
We Will Pay to the
THREE MOST POPULAR
Public and Private School Teachers
In the District of Columb'a. as de
termined by votes cast by their
(1 S73.00 1st most popnlar Teacher.
(3) S50.00 2d moat popular Teacher.
(3) gUX 3d most popular Teacher.
THE THOMAS A. GANNON
Fruits, and Poultry
7th St Wing, Center Market
Bring this vote to our office on or
before May 12. 1912.
The flva leading contestants to
1 Miss Margaret E. Garrett.
2 Mrs. F. A. Nourse.
S Miss R. MeOrath.
4 Miss Elizabeth Caton.
i Mils Forrest Perrie.
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