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1M5-Iit7 Nua. Ave..
Where ;yo Get
No MtteiWIto Wins the
We always win
when it comes to
the champion cloth
;Are the Biggest Birthday Bargain
svinners we've ever putout
D. J. KAUFMAN.
1M5-1M7 Penna. Ave.
Amateurs wishing to ap
pear must leave names at box
office before 6 o'clock Friday.
CAM NIZES GIVER
Children under sixteen
must have permits, which may
be obtained at District Build
ing free of charge.
7th aid F Streets.
W HCTilE TIEATE t
122 PMMqrtvHH'a Aw. S. L
OF HIOH-CLASS PICTURES.
GOOD MUSIC ALWAYS.
W.'Oin Vatas in Tb. I osU't 3.a OxitH.
Vhere comfort and content
ment reign supreme.
4 Hew Icels Each lay
We rive Herald S2S.M
518 Sevtstk Street UtrthwMt
WM. AIREY. Manager.
Fresh Films Every Day
We give Herald 330 contest vetes.
Cttlest T-wtter n Teai.
lew FMtMt F9as.
5c . . 5c
W. Cln Votes is, Be Benld'a W Contr.
We have just received a t
supply of "
i: Fancy Golden Grimes I
The beauty apple, either cooking
or uuiui, ax prices uia& a
right. Quality guaranteed.
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WEST Ml IEWEST KSMIS M
See me for up-to-date Ideas. Bstlaates
f. HH-a 14H p a. i. .
W. ajva Herald Mavaea caateat
Pens. Ink.i Tablets; Composition
Books. Rulers, and all School Ac
Ve a HcraM I
I Mwty'iwJWpMwty lack.
M At the Garden
H i SENSATIONAL HIT. H
' ALL THIS WEEK.
S With 5 New Acts. B
to 11 P. M. Worid'tlsriw
M 10c and 20c- M
DISTRICT TO ASK
; FOR 113,000,000
CommiMiomen Worlriag Hard on
Auul EitiaatM, Which Kut
Be Completed October 15.
Appropriation ot tU.ceC.060 win be asked
of Congress this year to cover the pis
trict's expenses. Last year S12.t9.SK waa
asked, but Concrete cut the estimates to
$rf,R5,aaUu, About 1130,000 will hare to
be pruned from various estimates by the
Commissioners during the next few days.
The budget must be In the hands of the
Secretary of the Treasury by October 15.
The largest Item Is the amount aaked
for nubile schools. The Board of Educa
tion and th! Commissioners agreed that
JJ.100,000 would be the smallest amount
to be demanded for the educational sys
tem. This Includes an Item of $20,000 for
beginning the construction of the new
Central High School at Eleventh and W
Streets Northwest the total cost of
which Ms estimated at iXSOXX). About
11.150.000 will be asked for the Board of
Estimates for the improvement of sub
urban and city roads will be much larger
than last year. Liberal treatment has
been accorded the playgrounds. It is un
derstood that the Commissioners have
made provision for the construction of
swimming pools on the Georgetown,
Rosedale, and Cardoso grounds.
Items for park Improvements, which
were carried but not granted last ear,
will be Included In thlsyear'a estimates.
They will include the KUngle Valley
Park and highway, to cost S3B.000; the
Piney Branch Valley Highway. H3.000,
and Mount Hamilton Park, to cost $30,000.
It is also understood that the estimates
will provide for an Increase In the
strength of the police force: that 675 prl
ates will be asked for Instead of the
Provision for the construction of a mu
nicipal asnhalt Plant will be asked. Com
missioner Judson is convinced that such
a plant Is desirable for Washington.
APPOIHTED DEPUTY SHERIFF.
Harrr T. Palmer Enter. Upon
Duties In Alexandria. County.
Harry T. Palmer has entered upon his
duUes ss deputy sheriff of Alexandria
County. Va. He is the son of William
Palmer, who was Sheriff of the county
for fifteen years.
Sheriff Palmer was succeeded last N'o-
ember by the late Sheriff Birch, who
died about three weeks ago. Sheriff Birch
had appointed George F. Marcy. of Ball
ston, as his deputy, who sought to be
promoted to the office of Sheriff upon the
death of his chief. Judge J. B T. Thorn
ton, however, appointed A. H. Barber,
of Falls Church, Sheriff, and Harry
These appointments followed a confer
ence between Judge Thornton and mem
bers of the Alexandria County bar. ,
SECBETABT STTMSON BACK.
Confers wrlth War Department
Chiefs on Xext Estimates.
Secretary of War Stlmson returned to
Washington yesterday after an absence
of nearly two months, during which he
Mslted a number of the army posts and
reservations of the West.
Immealately upon his arrival at his
office the Secretary entered Into consul
tation with the chiefs of the War De
partment bureaus on the estimates for
the coming jear which are to be sub
mitted to Congress.
DISTRICT NEEDS WAREHOUSE.
Pnrchaslna Onleer Hanrrnie
mlts Report to Commissioners.
With an annual expenditure of I1.5S7,
&V7S3 for District supolles M. C. Har
grove, purchasing officer, recommends
In his report To the Commissioners that
an Item be included for establishment of
a warehouse for the storage of District
According to the report, the act of
Congress empowering the Commisloners
to make purchases in the open market
to the extent of XS without nrst calling
for bld3 has been of great aid to the
office in securing many small quantities
cf supplies needed In emergency.
The report stated that the sand and
gravel wharf, for which Congress appro
priated $16,500. has been completed. The
District receives at this wharf all the
sand and grael used in construction
REPORT OH ATROCITIES.
aart Fuller 'Wires that He Has
Investtftated Pntnmayo Stories.
Stuart Fuller, American consul at Iqul-
tos, Peru, telegraphed the State Depart
ment yesterday that he has made a com
plete investigation of the Putumayo rub
ber region. He says that a report will be
sent to the State Department by mall.
Mr. Fuller it as sent into the Putumayo
rubber region to investigate alleged atro'
cities committed by American and Brit'
lah subjects on native Pennlans. Start
ling tales of cruelties In the rubber re
gion have been told by returning tra
era irom mat section.
J.llet Fremont In "Eirybt."
One of the gypsies In Miss Angltn's
production of "Egypt" Is played by Miss
Juliet Fremont, daughter of Admiral
John C Fremont and granddaughter of
Gen. Fremont, "the Pathfinder." Miss
Fremont became a member of Miss
Anglln's company last season, and played
In "Green Stockings." Three years ago
In Washington she formed. In conjunc
tlon with Mrs. Nicholas Longworth. i
class for the study of Oriental dancing.
which was successful. When her father
died Miss Fremont went on the stage
for the most convincing or reasons sne
l-had to earn her living.
Democrats to Meet.
The regular meeting of the East Wash
ington Democratic Club will be held this
evening at Donohoe's Hall. 314 Pensyl
ania Avenue Southeast. The speakers
will be Thomas Ilonoghan, Jonn B. col
poys. Judge R. S. Tharln. and Raymond
E. Haskell,. All Southeast Democrats are
urged to attend.
Will Dine Noted Socialist.
J. Kelr Hardle. labor leader, member
of the British Parliament, who Is often
spoken of as the "member for the unem
ployed," will be guest of honor at a
banquet of the District Socialists at Ho
tel Frits Reuter this evening.
Steamer Chaika Ttfinlajtrr tor Mount V
lanes naieath Btwet Wbart at M a. m. aM 131
p. au dally, except Bander.
ICoafolk and WaaMegtoo Btrasaboat Coapany'i
rtaawrri turn fast of Banntb. Stmt far Old Font
Canlort and Norfolk ollj at (at p. aa.
Can from Fifteenth Btnat sad Mew Tort Anane
my quarter boor foe aaata antranca Zoo Fars and
To Great rtns-Waahlaitan and Ohf-Doraisloe
BaUroad can amy lev ailnrrtea from Tslrtrlzta
asd U 8treU.
lb lloast VtmoD Waaalaftoa-Vbtala BaOvaj
can vTtix hear on tbsaoar franat a. sa. to 3 p. aa.
tatlao. Xstlfta Street sad PaasajhsBla Aajnsa.
TanlVReUah Bvery Meal If Toa-Naea"
Bread Is on the table. Clean, wholesome,
savory. Nearest grocer will supply yon.
Virginia Theater to-day. "For H08."
A great feature. Don't miss It, and the
1 great two-reel aensaUon, "At OU Kort
Dearborn." glmnly Jmmanaa. l .,
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I've been t' lots o county fairs,
but I've never seen anybuddy as
ugly as Mrs. Tilford Moots.
Lots o fellers are takin th
stump1 this fall .that' ought t' take a
POST MAPS HEEDED
Postmaster General Hitchcock Lets
Contract to Geological Survey,
the Lowest Bidder.
Postmaster General Hitchcock haa
awarded the contract for printing 125,000
parcel-post maps of the United States
to the Geological Suney. which submit
ted the lowest bid.
Mr. Hitchcock is thus able to take ad
antage of the resources of the govern
ment to furnish these maps, and Is able
to rely thoroughly upon their accuracy,
a most important consideration, because
the slightest error on a map might make
considerable difference In postage rates
Since the parcel-post system must be
In operation on January 1, It is neces
sary that there be no delay In the work
on the maps, and Mr. Hitchcock an
nounces that they will be completed and
in the hands of postmasters in sufficient
time to enable them to familiarize them
selves with, the method of calculating
rates for the new system.
More than 30,000 pounds of the best
map paper. Insuring strong and durable
maps, has been already purchased by the
Post-office Department. On this excel
lent paper the maps will be printed from
enxraed copper plates, which will be
safeguarded with the same care as those
used for printing money and postage
-ORME WILL CONTESTED.
Harry A. Ornie Charge Undue In
ilarnce Waa Used.
Harry A. Orme esterday filed a caveat
objecting to the probating of the will of
the late Ella Orme and requested that
the Issuance of the letters to the execu
tor named therein, the American Secur
ity and Trust Company, be cancelled.
Petitioner protests against the will on
the ground that the execution of the In
strument was obtained by undue Influ
ence, and that his mother's subscription
was obtained by fraud or coercion al
leged to hae been exercised upon her by
Charles H. Orme. or some other person
It Is alleged that Mrs. Orme. who was
the Kldow of the late James H. Orme.
left an estate alued at about J1CO.O0O.
By the terms of this will, Harry Orme.
the son. Is left an income of 1100 per
month therefrom for life, but no provi
sion was made for any of the estate to
go to his children.
nrmoemts to 9Ieet and Arranare
Canipalsrna In ar-by States.
The District of Columbia Democratic
Association at a meeting at the Raleigh
to-night will make arrangements for in
vading Maryland and West Virginia and
assisting in the organization of clubs,
holding meetings, distributing literature,
A number of prominent speakers hae
been engaged, including members of
Congress and other prominent Demo
Among the speakers that will address
the meeting to-night are Hon. Jackson
H. Ralston, or Maryland; Hon. C C Car
lln. of Virginia, and Prof. J. W. Nigh.
HABINES AX PUERTO PLATO.
Prairie Arrives from Santo Domln
s;o, Commissioners Remalnlns
The naval transport Prairie, with 750
marines on board, has gone from Santo
Domingo City to- Puerto Plata, which Is
near the scene of the present revolution
In that republic.
The special commissioners sent from
the United States to adjust the situa
tion. Brig. Gen. Mclntyre and W. T.
S. Doyle, of the State Department, are
remaining at Santo Domingo City. IT
is not known here whether it Is In
tended to land marines at Puerto Plata
Cured at Home
Pyramid Pile Remedy Has Made -the
- - T World Glad.
Many- a bad case ot'pHes has been
cured by Just 'a trial "package of Pyra
mid Pile 'Remedy. It always proves Its
value and' you caryget the regular size
So-cent box from any druggist, but be
sure you get the ind you ask for.
Simply send your name and address to
Pyramid Drug Co.. M Pyramid Bldg,
Marshall. Mich., and you will receive a
sample package of the great Pyramid
Pile Remedy in plain wrapper, by return
mau, an cnarges prepaid. ,
save yourself from the surgeon's knife
and It torture, the doctor and his bills.
Pyramid Pile Remedy will do it, and
thousands of testimonials tell rou em
phatically it la tha worlda remedy for
311 Savanth Stmt.
Big Furniture Bargains
And Don't Forget to Join the
club 1 24 Ladies Hive Already Joined This Second
For this Full-
This stove is made
by the Loth Co.,
which in itself is a
l the best cast
DISTRICT 6. 0. P.
IS FULL- OF "PEP"
Local Republicans Hear Encourag
ing Reports of Situation in
Local Republicans this week are opti
mistic regarding the political outlook,
and the campaign is warming up Into
something or the old-time enthusiasm.
Reports which have reached T. Lincoln
Tonnsend and his lieutenants at the
Taft headquarters. Fourteenth and G
Streets, are said to be encouraging.
Gus Schuidt jesterday received a letter
from John Hays Hammond, president of
the National League of Republican Clubs.
stating that the situation has materially
changed throughout the country within
the past fortnight. Mr. Hammond said
that great conlidcnce Inspires the ac
tivity of the League of Republican Clubs
as well as the councils of the Republican
Visitors coming to Washington from
distant Statea all say that Republicanism
Is gaining, and the Bull Moose party Is
losing ground. Mr. Townsend and his
fellow-workers here express the belief
that the Bull Moose movement has gone
to Its full tide and is now rapidly reced
ing. He thinks that the deflection of
voters from Taft will be much smaller
than was at one time anticipated.
According to reports from competent
judges of the situation In Pennsylvania.
Marland. and Virginia, Wilson entnusi
asm is almost entirely lacking In the
ranks of the Democracy, and many Dem
ocrats have made the avowal that they
will vote for Taft to make sure that the
Bull Moose shall not 'force his way Into
the White House next March.
This Is the burden of the news coming
from many sources to the Republican
headquarters in Washington. It has
greatly encouraged the local workers,
and they hae gone to work with a will
to do their share In bringing their hopes
RITES FOR MBS KcCENEY.
I.lfelons; Resident of District to Be
Funeral services for' Miss Mary Eliza
beth McCeney, a life-long resident of
this city, will be held at St. Margaret's
Episcopal Church. ifS o'clock to-morrow
afternoon. Rev. Herbert Smith will
conduct the services. Burial will be. In
the family plot In Rock Creek Cemetery.
Miss McCeney was the daughter of
George and Harriet McCeney. and a
descendant of one of the oldest Wash
ington families. She was prominent in
Capital society and was frequently host
ess to the Washington Club, of which
she was a member.
Miss McCeney Is survived by a sister
and three nephews.
Dr. Davidson Addresses Trackers.
"Keep up with the spirit of the times."
was the advice given by Dr. W. M.
Davidson, Superintendent of Schools of
the District. In an address at a meet
ing of the Principals' Aasoclatlon at the
Franklin School Building yesterday. The
newly elected officers are Miss M. G.
Toung, president: Miss Josephine Burke,
vice president; Miss E. KPlraper, secre
tary; Misa Metella King, treasurer, and
Miss Adelaide Davis, chairman of the
Rites' for FathaV- and -Daagmter.
Funeral servlcesr for Andrew Baldwin
and Mrs. Kettle Baldwin Mullen, father
and daughter, who, 'died within twelve
hours of one' another at. the' family
home. S3 K Street northeast,, wIU,be held
this morning at St. Aloyalus' Church.
The father will be buried ln ML OUvet
Cemetery and the daughter,'' la -Congressional
Cemetery. Mr. Baldwin Is sur
vivedbya widow and, six children.
The suatrasMot -at Slam.win erect tens aud
atattaos and aqnlp the naals af as aaty with
shalni Ulamter. .
It's the easiest way and the best
a Hoosier. Come to-day.
This clab la limited
so dea't delay eall to-da? and
Fine Haosler Kitchen Caklaet by any.
las $1.M membership fee and balance
In daea of sXOO weekly. Year cabinet
will be delivered as seen as yon par
the 91.00 membership fee.
CC 7C For
-4y-4a m W Mattress.
PfSePSHKtfi' j "tn Far Cod H
jSjSffcatKyS11 Wa value, 12. H
iiiiriiirTrrTrrtmfrlBtr ' ' "" . ' T Far Beat aa
UIIuHjIirrnltnjiitritfe ' i '. ijsa FeitMat- aa
pSiifisgHiSaMla1sMha1 ..JbJ tresaival- Kl
FRANK T. KNOCK FURNITURE CO..
311 SEVENTH STREET. OPPOSITE SAKS A CO.
& PLAYER PIANOS
The Finest Made In the Werld.
JOSEPH HALL CHASE.
A safe hit in the Piano
Championship Contest ; e
are easy winners. This is a
factory wareroom; we offer
no sales or schemes; you deal
direct and save a middle
We do not attack your in
telligence by saying we have
$800 Pianos for $300, but we
do save you $200 to $300 on
a Piano of the Highest Grade.
Every time you see a sale adver
tised let It remind you TO SEE
US FIRST before you buy a Pi
ano. Schemes, puzzles, sales,
enormous profits, are exposed
here. Come In to-day and let us
tell you about It.
Free nse of Art Valversal Mu
sic Rail Catalearaes.
JOSEPH HALL CHASE PIANO CO.,
1307 G StrMt N. W.
162S 7th Strt N. W.
We atve.Herald tSMMM
FiM Watcbea aad Diamond! Eit. ITS.
LatflM Bracalat Watehaa
foe moat conTenieot atrle of timttioom for
ladlea to wear, and a novelty la floe qoalltr
Ws carry only the reliable kind, vhleh are
abraya flaa uaukeeprra,
Ladies' lttt Solid Oold Bracelet Watches
with a IT Baby Jeweled VViltham Movement.
Adjusted. Uracil price M2JD.
Ladies' Ukt. Gold Filled Bracelet Watehaa.
Warranted 3B yeanrwith the best grade move
Bent. 8pedal price, HiOO.
Fine Watch, Clock, and Chronometer Repairing.
tS O St. N. W. Phone M. 4243-Y
We ctva HeraM tKrMO caateat votes.
E Take FleaiRre
In giving any information you
want concerning Paints and
HODCKIM'B Family PalatStsra
nUUValMN 9 13 Seventh Street
We atve Herald aafcat contest vatea.
l7-", - 1 Estimates. Given.
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JTa Give Votes to The Herald's
noLlanlr&w QaS. Ih4a.w uhI Uslarta -b
sulfa eta belB yoe bsa an ethers tad. Oner.
We Gta Tel
jliileilliaiit l-lj JJT
Oppoaft Saks A Co.
r th6 m
chance vou'll ever have to own
ta M memae:
Felt and Fiber
Revolvers, Razors, Penknives,
Show Cases, 4c, &c,
BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
921 Pa. Aft. R. W.
10 O'CLOCK A. M.
I- P. LOVIn. Trnstee.
LINCOLN PARK PJ.AF.MACY
IIA Nd East CipiM Sis.
Day Phenss L. 1104-2774
Night Prions L. 1125
Wa GIra Votes In Tba Herald's SB.m Contest,
Cool Fall Days
Bring out the heavy Outergar
ments. We make them look like ner!'
Dry Cleaners and Dyers,
437 New York Av. v
We gtve Herald T,H contest vatea.
1411 I STIEET I. L
WASHIlfGTOX. D. C.
P. CSlntlom BS. Tel. IV 1133.
School Snpnlies. Magazines. Periodicals.
r141 H STREET N. E.
We atae Totes hi The BeraM'e CCSa Contest. ,
HOWHIWC. th and D
IWjut Htraiac Canttotiam. '
M-Mt S H
ft3 . W 3 sssl Spouting,
M for this heavy con- H
W tlnuous post E.VAM- H
I EI. BED, In best H
m white or green H
porcelain enamel H
M any size. Value. H
, VIOTh HB
ishes to order.
A stack of
with top and
lltfe at. H Sts. N.W.
We give Herald HW caateat votes.
Should be don now to stop the
small leaks that grow large.
Roof Paint, a combination ot
Brazilian copal gum. special pre.
pared pure Unseed ofL and a
suitable color, containing no coal
tar or any b7-produet of coal tar.
Elistiktfe Rttf Faiit
In gallon cans for xamlly use.
Place your order for Root
W. S. JERKS ft SOU,
Slam It bates, 721 7 SL I. W.
W GIra Votea in lb Eenld'a SUSS Cbattat
Engraving Company, I,
mutator. v4 Designers
"QUALITY AN D SPUD" I
W Olta Votes la The Benld a I3.0B Genoa.
I Your Eyes Need
T Don't waste time. Have them
T takei care of right away by a
T Practical Optician with 13 years
I A.O. HITTERLY.
J WATCHES, CLOCKS, CHRO
X Skillfully repaired by workmen
X familiar with foreign and do-
. 7nmtin mttlrAa
i 732 7th SI. I. W. Main 32SI. f
We stve Herald KKUHM roatrst votea.
viHKHIH HI llHtMIIHI
Ten years aid. txas.
Order by 'phone.
Alaa TKXXESSKaS. tUt Betfle.
The Shoomaker Co.
1331 E Street IT. W.
Eatabllaaed ISSS. 'Pban M. 11
Cold In Head
4 Fifteen Cents.
15th St. ins PaiMylftiia Ave. S. E.
We Give Votes In The Herald's S3.OT Contaat.
In Good Taste and Appropriate
Is the riving of artklea of Jewelry, Gold. SHnr and
nstrd Ware. Choice Cot Glaas pieces. Ac. for wad.
dinar or bizthdar rresents. From our larje and ariert I
amr of artistic and prettilr deslsned articles, any
artirle will rleaae the recipient.
CCLE ft SWAK, !$! W-
We give Herald (3S.00O caateat vatea.
CStope filling balr. rtlieres dandniS. aootnas. aft
CsrtawU labors tary Ca. I
BOB IT Bi. SI. IMS, SSW
Q Our lasel redeemabla In 3.0O) esnteat tor O
en voca lor ascn ivnnr Rprtaraica m ua
retail sale trice.
Wa GIra Vote In The Herald's T3JB) Contaat,
EffTTthinx ths bat at lna than tba ucal price.
Prompt. CDorteaaf mtt1cb
Edward F. Davis, '
Bemoved to 3st Uth St.. comer Park Boad.
Wa Glva Votes la Tba BeraM'a &tn Ccaant.
Kreah Meats and Provisions.
Home Dressed Poultry and Gam la
301 U St. N. W. fhni 1. 117
Phone Orders Promptly Delivered.
Wa Ores Vatea aa Taa Herald a tSUal Contest.
am Kkkaa Craa-n Maial Miah
'site thick OU Cream Polish that does not
settle nor leave powder or sediment.
The Polish that makes any car look
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