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1833 IVorth Capitol St.
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1778 B Street X. W.
Ike Market of
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Everrtliixif the best st len thui tt sacU piicci.
Prompt, covtcooi enice.
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moTtd to 300 13th 8t, comer Piik Boad.
l Htn Vote in Th Bcnld's C3.000 CoaUaatf.
'JfTesh Meats and Provisions.
JJiii DressWpouItry and Game In
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Secretary of State; Demkt Katoacat
lie life Mate. 4. , -
Secretary 5 imtmtmm., Itmtiaox
and Hansford" A, ' Miller, chief of the
division vot lair. Eastern s Affairs of the
State lfepwUociit.rrettirBed to Washlng-
ton .yesterdarmorolDa?,,, from Japan
where the Secretary'wrent as special en
voy from the United States to attend the
funeral ceremonies for the late Emperor
Mutsublto. - u '
Shortly after5 hjs r arrival, , Secretary
Knox-denied 'the statement- made 1n a
Pittsburg paper this-mornln to theef-
fect that- ne intended to retire 'from
public -Jlfe on March, 4 next, regardless
of the -outcome of .the election next
month. The Secretary was quoted here
to-night as follows: .
"I neither 'authorized nor. know of any
such statement being contemplated by
nnj one and sm not at present address
ing my mind to that subject," -!
Secretary Knox did not visit his office
at '.the Department of, State during the
day. He was accompanied from Chicago
to Washington by Huntington Wilson,
Assistant Secretary of State, who
brought the Secretary's 'Information up
to date on ail, matters relating to for
eign affairs. At his house .yesterday Mr.
Knox received Henry Lane Wilson. Am
bassador to'MexIco. "who has been con
ferring with department officials on the
Mexican situation during the last three
Mr. Knox declined to give out any
statement or to discuss his mission to
Japan. 'He stated that he would have
nothing to say for publication until he
had reported-to President Taft the re
sult of his mission to Japan. This the
Secretary will do to-morrow at Beverly.
He will 'leave Washington to-day and
arrived . at Beverly to-morrow morning,
to spend two days with the President.
Secretary" Knox Is going to Beverly on
the "President's Invitation, the latter hav
ing telegraphed him yesterday to come
to Beverly. It Is not likely that he will
return to Washington for any consid
erable stay until after the election, as
he expects to make speechcsln "behalf
of the Republican campaign in. Ohio and
JOCTS PHILIPPINE SCOUTS.
Sersct. Clifford A. Gardner Leaves
for Ills Jfrtv Post.
Sergeant Clifford A. Gardner, of Com
pany A. Engineer Corps, left jssterday
for the, Philippines to join the Philippine
Scouts, with the rank of second lieu
While located here he has made many
friends. The noncommissioned officers of
the Engineer Corps presented him with a
handsome sword at a luncheon Saturday
evening. He Is a natiie of Vernon, N.
V.. and has been in the army only three
C. S. Dpt. ot JtiriciitETe..YUiCT Itmnn.
Wuhlnston. I. a. OrtoSer 3. JSO-t v. m.
Tbcre irul 1m local mm Tumi; in th. ostmi
nprer Lake and wntfra lover Lake Region, the Ohio
aUcy. and the South, extending Tuesday night or
Wdundar Into Ac tnjUDa anc the muum Al
Untie EUtes and ooatinoiDC in the South Atlantic
States. rnr the remainder of the eonnzrr the
veathex trill be fair Tueadar, exeer in th Aorth
1'iaflo Plate, and it 1U be fair Wednesday vest
of the Allegheny Mountains, except in the extreme
Jt will be wanner Tnopday in the Atlantic 8tatc
and reader in the MiMlsurfi and Ohio Wallers and
tlie lake Ceclon. H .ill be vinner Tuesday to the
Nor&wert and wanner Wednesday between the'Alia.
euatrra Ttirer and the Borky Mountaina.
lildntf.it. ; : a. m.. C; 4 a. m.. ; 6 a. m.. : S
, m., C: 10 a. m.. S8; T2 noon, C. 2 n. m., C6(
4 p, m.. e5r fi r. m.. O-, 8 p. m., 1; IS p. nu, 0
IllCbnt. S; lowest, X.
ICelame humidity e a-m., SO, 2p.nx,4i;8iv
lUlnfall (8 p. m. to p. m.)A. IToun of son
shine, 1LC Per cent ct rosatble sunshine, 100.
Temperature eaxne date last year Highest, O; low
lemiieraiores In Other Cities.
Temperatnm in other cstws. together with the
amount of rainfall for the twentr-four boun ended
at S p. m. yesterday, are aa follows:
Max. Min. 8 p.m. fall.
AaherUle. X, a 58 S 56
Atlanta, fta. d 54 S3 0.01
Atlantic City. X J. CI eo
Ilismarck X. Dak. 42 30 34
ISoton. Masa. 5S 44 50 ....
Bnfialo. N T. "0 48 62
Chicago. I1L 72 60 70
andnnati. Ohio 78 50 72
Cheyenne. Wyo. .........H. 3S CO 30 0 36
Davenport. Iowa 58 2 50 0.82
Denrer. Colo. 42 32 38 0 42
Des Moines. Iowa... 52 50 48 0.M
Duluth. Jlinn. 41 33 38 0 01
Galreston. Tex. 80 74 78
Helena, Mont. IS 26 42
Indianapolis. Ind. 72 S 86
JaeksonTille. FU M 70 72 014
Kamaa City, Mo. 80 56 H 010
Little Unck, Alt. 80 (2 72
Los Angeles. Cat 70 51 84
Marquette, Mich. 50 a 52 0.32
Memphis, Tenn. 78 82 72 ....
New Orleans. La. 80 63 74
New lor. X. Y. M 52 H
North Rule. Nebr.. 50 31 41 0 08
Omaha. Nebr. 43 48 0t!
rhUaclelnhia. Pa. K 48 56
nttaburg. I'a 70 U 63
roruand. Me. 54 38 48
Portland. Oreg 43 38 44 0 18
Bait Lake City. Utah...... 52 30 48
Ht. Loots. Mo. 78 50 70
St. Paul, Minn. 46 44 41 0 18
Ban Francisco taL.. . ... 60 4? 56 ....
Springfield. 111. 75 40 66
Ticoma, Wash! ............. 44 .. 41 0
Tampa, Fla. 86 N T3
Toledo, Ohio ... 74 41 C6
Vickabunj. Miss. ........... 83 C . 72
TcKlay Iligh tide, 55 a. ra. aad 52. p. to.; low
tide, 11-48 a. m.
Tcwnonww High tide, 552 s, an. and 6:04 p. an.;
low tide, 12aS a. m. and 12.18 p. m.
James B. Wsttitis. SI. and Beth 1L Tlrnor. 3.
una or xuenmoea. va. iter, ixmaia u. MacLeod.
William F. Darldson. S. and Florence Dykes. ZL
Ker William J. D'Ttlomaa
Herbert H. Msnoel. S. of Mlddletown, Va.. and
uorotnea n. ueamser, a. or wateruct, va. Ker.
James S. Montcmnarr.
Georre I Htnertrt 3. of Philadelphia. Ta.. and
Aiaoavv. jveogia. zx Ker Tnomas u. tsmytli.
FrrAriek C Heiriman, S. and Juaalta Crowther.
a. Ber. W. A Mel tin.
Betxrt Best. ZL. Schist rr. Miss., and Catherine
C Blehardion. IS. Ber. H. 8. rtaoee
John M. O'Sesle.un.u0f lorloa, Va.. and Alice
i. sisrr, . or Btaunioo. va, Ber. James 8.
BasteU A. Oakley. S. and Besala & lUl "s
Ber. Edward 8. Dimlan.
John H. Ganae, TO, and Catherine Smith, 80.
Bar. Frank T. Brcaon.'
WlSiam Wachtel. S. and Sadie FeUmaa. It.
Be. Meaet A. Borowttx.
John T. Henity. JJ. and JeaueUe E. Kseaa, It.
uo. .una e. jiiacaiD,
William G. Thomson. 38. and Hope IT, Weltte, It,
both of Tort. Pa. Ber. Donald C MacLeod.
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Fraxk.B. Wad. . KB Jtd St. nw. . -
Auwuin, e, vtoTv. suenui jnmxmr
Lfdla PhBfrav 88, FTsedaen'e JBssMtal, -"
eMarx N. WilliBiia. L sS zllT8t?Bw: a.- "
mikh- aunm, i. ima usrcorasr'Bt. trar.
Marias. Hmvlley. J8. CBH M St. Sw. V
Alfred M.' Cambrrland. U months. 1S B St. tw
John J. Barnes,-!, 58 Ma. Are nw.
Robert H. Bund. C. SHI Bonth DakMa SL as.
. Eanheth B. llorton. a El F EL n. "
L VOUQBJSD r
- i . jaav sjanrcor ns nar.
Charles TOman. 55. rresdmen'e Bnsbital.
aamet DanlMs, JJ. Wash, AsylmnHoapuaJ.'
WHltam Jenkins, St. St Acker StTstTT -
Bcsair Jones. ItJtstkaal r misjllli Tfmillsl
"V1 "' au " Bt-nwVif't&'t1rvj
BuHhaa Bnesit, 88. vm X'St nsr.v T-V"sv J
w --' r - e .- '- t a." -i
successful or dtV 'otter-werdsr thsjr
are only wal ting. for; trlas to, prove Ws
anrength before ,ato0pbMr ovct M ,hls
side. The general enttmeat of the-peo
ple, or Mexico ativJa.npenea w
the same sort, that they will be lef
Gen. Diss front' the 'moment that he M
monstrates that be,ls liaely to succeed.
The entire state, of Durango Is amid
to favor the TOprrcvOltT" At Monterey
there la practically no federal force left.
and the city tt 'ready to .declare Raett
In favor of the TMa movement! atanjr
moment. It la statedj-In ttbe omclal. dis
patches. The "Mexican nnboit"Prdtfeso
has been captured -by--Dias" sympathisers
at Puerto, Mexico, and the. taking of the
port In Dial Be, 'is' expected at -any
moment. fcta. i vJ54 . -
Ambassador Wilson spent the greater
part of the dayaniie'State Department
He called wan Secretary,. Knox,' who
returned from Japan ..yesterday .morning,
at his house: as. the Secretary' did not
go to his office yesterday. The Am
bassador also aTscUssecTlEe Mexican sit
uatlon with. Assistant Secretary. Hun
tington Wllsonvrtwhorstumed to his desk
yesterday morning from Chicago.
From the north of "Mexico it Is report
ed that Gen. Salaxar-. Is threatening to
attack Juarex again. ' No serious trouble
along the border" 1 anticipated, now-
EEP0RTED BLOWN UP
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London, Oct. -2L Dispatches recel'ed
In London' toigKt'' from severar-places
of clashes te4n!to :the ypposlnr: forces
In the general -movement against the
Turks, raany-'wfa the-engagements lng
attended with rnnctialossTofiilfe.T.Terk:
lsh war -vessels vto-day,.JomDardd -the
Bulgarian fort Qf JCavamaln the Black
Sea, .destroying the .'customs house and
many "dwellings In that place. w,"l
The most startling rumor of the "day
was to the effect that the Seventh reg
iment of Servian Infantry had been vir
tually exterminated by the touching off
of a Turkish mine near NoUbazar.
This report, however, has notben con
The Turks repulsed the onward moe-
ment of the Greeks to-day in a severe
battle at Komladls Pass, on '-ha Al
banian frontier. The column of Greek
troops were unaware of tne rtrensth of
the Turks when the attack on the rnss
is made. The news of the repulse
came to London from a Turkish sourct
ConstantlnopIen Close 1st on Adrlanoplr.
The Bulgarian army Is r losing In rap
idly on Adrlanople. but it Is belloied
that the real . battle for the possession
of the strategic point will be deferred a
few days. The capture "f two of the
outer forts is reported to-day. These
are small outposts and not strongly gar
risoned. It Is known that the city Is
stronclv fortifled. that the guns are of a
modern pattern, and that the defending
forces are made up of tne oest men mat
hate been recruited Into the Turkish
service. They hae been drilled by Ger
man officers and It Is said nave reamed
a high state of efficiency.
Servian troops to-day captured Sultan
ope, an Important strategic point, to
gether with Podujevo and one or two
other smaller places.
The capture of Sultanope was effected
by the second Servian army, under the
command of General Stephanovttch.
After Investing tola Important point,
which la situated on Mount Oslgova,
General Stephanovltch'a column con
tinued Its march toward Grle-Palanka.
fifty miles to the east of Uskub, which
Is the headquarters of the Turkish Sev
enth1 Army Corps.
The Servians are threatening Prlh
tcna forty miles to'the north of Uskub.
Prlshtona Is on a. railroad and Is also
considered art Important point. Mean
while the First " Servlsn army Is oper
ating with success on the read to Kn
rr.anova which is only ten miles to the
northeast of Uskub, all denoting that
the plan of the Servian commanders Is
to hem In the Turks In the vicinity of
The Bulgarian army Is advancing
over the country In the lc!nlty of Kirk
Ilisse, the front being spread out
over a large area. According to ad
vices recrived at Sofia, the Turks are
panic-stricken and are retiring in great
disorder. They have abandoned several
small villages, leavlnc large quantities
of arms, ammunition, and stores Many
Turkish children, whose parents have
disappeared, are .being- taken care of
by the Bulgarian army. At Mustapha
Pasha, which) was captured thirty-six
hours ago, the Bulgarians seized 100 tons
of grain. Many Turkish prisoners have
A) belated dispatch from Sarajevo, in
Bavaria, says that Servian troops have
captured Nova. Varos. In the, Sanjak of
Novl Bazar, from the Turks. It Is re
ported that the capture was effected
only after fierce fighting, but no details
tav e been received.
SAYS DIAZ WHIBE
PRESIDENT OF MEXICO
New Tories Oct, Jl. "In one month
Fells Diaz will be President of Mexi
co," said Senor Daniel Garza to-day,
Senbr Garza Is one f Diaz's Intimate
friends, having been with him when a
youth in the military school and then
later an engineer In the army of Diaz's
uncle, when the latter was President
of Mexico.- r
-"Once Diaz 'is In power, the lawless
ness will be ended," he continued.
That Is. one Jf the chief reasons that
he took the field. '
"There Is little actual fighting going
on at the present time, for' Diaz has
practically 'all the' military force behind
him. The only-guarantee that Ameri
can commerce and , Interests in Mexi
co will have is'Fellx, Diaz aa President.
He Is the only man who can pacify the
country, and with that pacification there
will be "an end to all outbursts against
"I shall go to Washington In a few
day. -to arrange with a delegate Diaz
Is sending there for aid In our movement.-
Diaz. soon will seek recognition from
the' United,. States." " ,
la. XX. Pardo, an Importer, and Carlos
Perelra. former secretary to the Mexi
can Embassy,, will accompany Garza
to Washington- '
MORE FEDERALS DESERT
Vr 4t MADERO FOR DIAZ
. Ver"Cna, Mexico, Oct.-a.-The towns
of .Alvarsdo- and Tuxpan, the latter wltbj
a garnsotv or men. went over to
Felix Diss to-day, This srsln. taken in
connection with" the accusation of LOeffH
men yesieraay tnrougn the mutiny ot-
federal regimenV has placed the Diaz
revolt-on xa flmt footing.- ' '
General .Mas to-day expressed con
fldenoe that within, a-feW -days the entire
fedsral .aTmy-wlir desert i'Madero jum,
tnat-h win be'enebleUoitaae'enrrtro!
oi tne goyernBient without opposition,
warfTstara arvie.wa waBrnwna.'Tssi
lt j-,-arrj3ai.L-jcrrrj.-.'vi. -
Is.oalaaKh bos. zstv
nVV II I IHsW TaWftVO JUUD,
Confident that i-e awn' who smashes!
the'wtndowjof the Saks" Fortpomptutr
at 132 F Street Northwest wKS ft naas-.
mar early Sunday -njbrnlnr.jaasl" stole
fun worth Mo la la custody the police
are now bendtiuj their efforts to 'ft search
for the woman In the case, whom it la
bellevetV planned the theft sod Baa the
stolen. furs In her possession.
(WUn r. Edwards, alias Bradley,
alls Miller, who. the police allege, has
a criminal record, was arrested. In 'Bal
timore yesterday afternoon on. a charge
r "tteeUtarrJ fur valued at MB from
Showcase ucTforth Howard ftnd North
I Pdafce -officials of Washington are con
fident, that Edwards robbed the Sake
Fur Company. Both the Washington'
a'rrd-Balttmore pollcsmT6 Seeking Mary
Bradley, alias MlllerrrhsLeonard, who
Is susnectsaS. of. ha vlnaf shaken an, accom
plice of Edwards In! the robberies.
In the rogues' gallery tbe police found
photographs 'of Edwards vsnd Mary
Bradley. These photographs 'were identi-
ned'asi likenesses 'of ft man and woman
who noted eusctelousir ln the fur store
on Saturday. kWhllextbe man waited In
the street, "the woman entered the store
and tried on the. Persian Jamb coat
which was stolen Sunday.
, Mrs. ' Saks, wife' of A.j Ssks. who Is
at. the .heed of theHconcertitnoticed the
woman's chesp attire and wendered why
she contempUted-purchesing a fur coat
worth SX0. Mrs. Saks, after examining
the; photographs of Edwards and Mary
Bradley, said that the pictures are like
nesses of the' man and woman seen st
the store. , . . i,
Edwards 'will be tried 'In Baltimore
for" the fur 'thefts committed there. It
he Is acquitted, he will tbe removed to
Washington to race trial on cnarges or
robbing the"" Saks Fdr Company. The
furs stolen from Jhttcotnoany have not
been recovered and the police believe
they will be found, In possession of Mary
Bradley. Her arrest. It lis predicted.
probably will be effected kin ft lew aajs.
1 j-. . e 81 '
Dr. and Mrs. James B. Nixon Ob
serve Anniversary of Marriage
at Home of Daughter.
Laughing, chattering, and receiving
the congratulations of friends as they
did on their wedding night. Just three
score )ears ago. Dr. James B. Nixon
and his wife, Inst night celebrated their
sixtieth wedding anniversary at the
home of their daughter. Dr. Rosa land
M. Bain, 1301 Fairmont Street North
It was sixty esrs ago last night that
Mr. Nixon, then a dashing young Beau
Brummel. was joined in wedlock to Miss
Amelia II. Prettyman, a young society
belle of this city. Bev. B. L. Dashlell
performed the ceremony.
Gathered about the happy old people
last night were their eight children, all
of whom, are married and have families.
Mr. and Mrs. Nixon were the parents
of eleven children, eight of whom are
living. The youngest child Is thirty
three years old.
BENEFIT NETS $139.
Demnerntle Women Here Aid
tlonal Camnalsra Fond.
The proceeds of the benefit perform
ance of "The Real Thing" by Henrietta.
Crosman given at the Columbia Theater
last night tinder auspices of'the Wom
an's National Democratic League, were
'Of this amount PS.50 will be turned
over to the national Democratic cam
paign fund. Miss Katherine M. Dabney
is president of the Washington division
and Mrs. Jessie L. Lane, secretary, bad
charge, of the arrangements.
HOSPITAL BOARD MEETS.
Dr. Arthur II. Klaibaa Elected As
sistant to Or. Griffith.
Dr. Arthur H. Klmbal was elected as
sistant to Dr. Griffith. In charge of the
optical department of the Episcopal Eye,
Ear. and Throat Hospital, last night at
the regular quarterly meeting of the
board of governors.
Consideration of the report of the com
mittee appointed at the last meeting to
revise the by-laws occupied moat of the
evening.' Several Important changes In
the by-laws recommended by the com
mittee were' adopted. Bishop Harding,
president of the-board. presided.
Decide' Acalsut Atltllatlon.
The Columbia 'Jypographlcsl Union
No. 101. considered a request at a meet
ing Sunday to affiliate with the Mary-
lend State .and. -District .Federation of
Labor. Members otrthe local union are
of the opinion that no sufficient grounds
cristed for affiliating. with the Mainland
body, and decided against It
Lipscomb to Give Address.
"A Deiriocralle orally win 'be held to
night at"'Lai'Prata,-Ma. -Addresses will
bJ. made by1 Hon. A. A. Lipscomb, of
this city; Senator ,BIalr Lee, and W. L.
Marbury, of Maryland.
Oanre aad Sales nelp' fmratshed preaiBt-
lyT Tel 4518 Main. 10T Barrister Blag.
Carftal ...... KUDS.CO)
Undlrlded mots Orer. toraou)
Depoalta Orer T.BP.oai
ShotildBe Your friend
and adviser in all" financial
THIS bank isvnot only in
clined but exceptionally well
equipped to fulfill these obli
gations.' - '
C7-SAME RATE of interest paid
on both large and small accounts.
- and -Trust Company.
Corner. -lfeth and N. Y.4 Ave.
rarty-stxtk Teai , ,
Great Wsstsrn '
T $1.00 Bottle..
9 es, I 1 vr- rv w 1,
f V Wsefcct,' style
-P at.te V "' " w. . j
nroBgwiu receive jusi s catrciiu ancntuin as
Uiout yon were paying $75 J1 forgone of our
dress suits. , $ 5
Mr. Joe E. Hcarn
Is now!- in charge of thi defMttaieirt frf our
establishment His ability is probably known to
you. Come in and talk "clothes" with us.
' sssa esa. ' - V 1 .-:
Tailoring to Man and Woman
10 DISCOURAGE "SPEED BOYS."
Central Labor Unlom Favors Orsa
At ft meeUng of -the Central .Labor
Union held last night at tne -rypograpn-Ical
Temple, It was decided to promote
the organization of wasmngton, cnaur
The officers feel that organization will
discourage the breaking of speed regu
lations and losing the Identification
The fair name of their union would
demand careful dr.vlng. and con
sclentlous care In uvoldlng collision with
the. heretofore, downtrodden and abused
Xebrasksn. to Sleet.
The annual meeting of the Nebraska'
Reoubllcan Association will be held In
the rooms of the National Republican
Club, 1347 Pennsylvania Avenue to-morrow
evening. Officers will be elected
and other business transacted. Address
es will be made by prominent Nebras-
kans and refreshments servea.
To Tell of Car Crash.
Secretary Eddy, o'f the District Elec
tric Railway Commission, will tell the
board when It meets on Thursday his
experience in the crash of a George
town and a Mount Pleasant car In H
Street last Saturday. Mr. Eddy es
caped with a wrenched wrist.
Anrelo and Domenlca Zaoga, boy twins. ,
Harry and Tessle Wittgenstein, cut.
William and Ellen Turner, ciri. "
Bichard U. and Mary E. Thihadran. boy.
Clayton A. and Edith II. Thomaa, girL
Slmiaido and Praneeaca Stracpilli. boy.
Edmnnd C and bins M. Stanton, boy.
Jams. It. and Bertha V. lUchards. boy.
Italph N. and Emma L Moyer, boy.
Jlichel and Rantina JlUrttl. rut.
Addiaon and Beulah U. Maaptn. boy.
Itandolph Li. and hnsie A. Jenxlnsa, girl.
John and Atxes HeiTerman. siri.
Era W. and Catherine 11. Uarnden. sirL
Bebert It. and Honora llfcls. girl.
Daniel and Mabrl J. Hartley. slrL
Dennia J and Rose Fitepatrirk, rhi.
ClaecvP and Marl Bnmsntlnl. buy.
Raymond L. and Marcarrt iX Babcock. girL
Georse and Alioe BprLjss, hny.
Richard and Clara lfan, girt.
VViniam s. and 131 Lncm. ctrl.
Charles E. and Mary R. Hnjhes. boy.
Eusroe C and Euie Howler, girL
VV slier ao.1 Lahi llabney. girl.
Alhvt and Lottie Carter, girt.
Clarence C aad Marls. Cootnba, boy.
John and Rebecca Bell. slrL
Obartsa and Lois Blakey. Jiri.'t
Joseph and Minnie Brooks, boy.
Louis F. and LIUlan Bush, girl.
QUICKLY CURES THE
lew Kenedy Makes Kidney Troubles,
ladder liswders, aid Rlwer-
a&e Pains lisaapear
as if by Magic
It Is no
longer necessary for any
one to suffer
wnn oacKacning, Kid-
nfy trouble, have disagreeable blad
der and urinary disorders to rontend-
wlth, or be tortured with rheumatism.
sun joints, and its heart-wrenching
Cains, for the new discoverv. Prox-
one, quickly and surely cures all such
croxone is the most wonderful
remedy yet devised for ridding the
Slstem of uric acid and rlrfvlnsr nut
all the poisonous Impurities which
cause such troubles. It Is entirely dif
ferent from all other remedies. It Is
not like ans thins else ever used for
the purpose. It acts on the principle
of removinK the cause. Pills, tablets.
and other remedies at, the best, mere
ly stimulate tne Kidneys, giving tem
porary relief. Croione cleans out the
it soaxs rignt in tnrouan tne walls.
membranes and linings, like water In
sponge, neutralizes dlssoies. and
makes the kldnes sift out and filter
away, all the uric acid and poisons
rrom tne Diood. and leaves the kid
neys and urinary ortrans clean, stronc.
henlthy and well.
it matters not now long ou hae
suffered, how old you are, or what
you have used, ths very principle of
Croxone Is such, that It Is practically
Impossible to take It Into the human
aystcm without results. There Is
nothlnc else on earth like It. It starts
to work the minute ou take It and
relieves you the first time you use it.
If jou suffer with pains In your
back, and sides, or hao any signs of
kidney, bladder troubles, or rheuma
tism, such as puffy swellings under the
eyes or In the feet and arteries. If you are
nervous, tired, and run down, or both
ered with urinary disorders. Croxone
will quickly relieve j ou of jour misery.
Tou can secure an original package
of Croxone at trifling cost from any
first class druggist, such as O Donnell's
Drug Store, who will personally return
the purchase price If It falls In a sin
n V y n.-.
E. V. KIlsE,
1 143 B St. S. E. Pboie Uat.1 79
We arlve Herald SSMWO
'When you are about to throw
awayi your 'old clothes, brine
them to us. and we will return
them to you new. Our experienced
workmen' make no mistakes.
rPhonenMaln lis: and ws will
70t 9th St. N. W.
at,rJsK,"tle cuttin-; and
. st .". a. ? .
- SHADE TREES,
Washiifjn Bilb Cf.
f $1.25, $1.50 a. $2.51 lazws
The razors are of the very finest
grades. We are sacrificing them to
make room for new stock.
W. T. & F. B. WEAVER
1211 WistMia Avt, I. W.
Phone W. IT.
We give otes In Herald's 5,000
"Ste Etz and See Better"
EDWIN H. ETZ
IC03 -e- STREET
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adr-pilrd br W. V. DEAL & CO. thnrbr
nakicir thnr fvaeral tv-rtlcrs ih mtx mo
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816 H Street Northeast.
S. M. CARROLL'S
Aiericai Lad) Corsets, $1.00 in) $1.50
Ladles' Underwear, Children's Dresses
and Underwear a Specialty.
3304 Cj. Ave. Col. 1334.
Get your Totes here in Herald $3 000 Ccntert.
131T MET YORK. ArTJCeV,
Bookkeeping. Shorthand. Typewriting, and English
ar. unght in both our Itts and Night bchooL
oood poaltloca are secured for graduates. Call,
write, or phooe Main f!2s for Cat,
The National Cathedral
School for Boys
Epltcoptal couBtzT iiw)L occapjlog lu beoO
ral new boat on t
Mt. St. Alban '
X Frrptntorr School, offexins eicrptlcmU tOrta
The arfaool raildlcf Is one of tee most modern
and best ajain 1" tb muntir- The ficultj
cncDpritea collece fnaxute of ncogniua abtlitj.
Botzdlxiff sod dy dexmrtments boji Zroa I to 11
FiU tana opent Bexxemur isix
The Biftbop of Untoc president of baud ot
Fcr cmtalccne address
E. L. GREGG,
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
1U Zlnmtfc SL S. K. fhon. Use. mtL
Washington School of Accountancy
Irofeaional edocatdon In acconntancr preparing
fcr StaU certificatf ot certified pabtle aocoantant
and for buiioeis admlDlstratioo. Practical vent
r-recUlly adapttwl to men employed daring tb day.
U-page bnlletta on Teaceat. Call or address, Dtm
tor of EdotmUon. Y. M. C A.. VU G St. . w.
Day and night. Co-trdccaUorial. Tenth year opena
Sept, X. Oraoeds hiah, and tmalneaa counta, Alao
priTsVt cccblT)g Caulogne.
nUNClCb MANX HALL, A. iL.
aZBCK. U. iMncip
TeL JL T.
HflMOLIM, eyiTAa.ANI IARJ0.
WI1 T.Moll and Hi A. E.Hill
C Ensembl. prartJce arerklj, ardlca Ones.
.NEW STUDIOS KE.NOI3 BUILDING. EVmath
axd U SOteU hort&awtt. I-booe. Mala SaX.
ANff EXTB- GAVETT
Iadlvldnal lastraetlea for Yesasr Girls.
, f 1, Address s
The BarUatrtoa. 903 ISth St. It. W.
St. Rpst's TteHiiicar School
Will reopra Jti braoch-'of Dt-mmtk ScIcm on Man-
day, uctoorr sl xiMcoagbir pracucti CDont ta cook
lntz and tb ejianlatrr of food. For ftftbcf tafonaa
ttoa spplf at UH Plulxa PJub.
-SsSrer. 'vwaaw - --!
ii f n ram. .c
J" - r1 JTt , - j-.fr n yj-
T'. " V
All-over Shadow. TvaceCla-vrhiU.
and cream t II Incaea wldtrverrl
neat patterns; so much, used for
yokes and sleeves. This lace la
exceptional" value at 75c yard.
Sale' price. 45cl-yard 4
5e TevekOB taew -!
stosea yards .a"
.. Torchon Lace and Insertion. 1n
-good widths and patterns; sdfd
rea-ularly-for 5c yard. -Rebuilding
Sale price, 12c, dozen yards.
3S call area's
Chlldren's-TWoolen Gloves, in
cashmere and golf: all colors and
sizes; our :4c value, for to-day
only, 19c , , j
ChlUrca'a J3e ,
wearlnsr school hose- fast hfarle.
double sole and knee; they won't
last long at this price.; Pair., c.
Babies SIM- ' 89c
Sweat.! ...... .. .waSeirW
Babies' All-wool Sweaters, In
white with blue and pink bor
ders and Dlaln red: size.
I 'months to"3 years; our bis; 11.00
value tor to-day, sac
liti Electric, ftc.
BIG STOCK BEST
-616 12tfiSL 12I4ISL
, We stve HeraM SatVaM eeatsst
New Stire Hew Sttck
FURNISHINGS THAT WILL PLEASE
MEN VniO DRESS WELL.
M. LEVITAN & CO.
3044 14TH ST. X. W.
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NOTICE OF EXIMHATIOS OF UCnN-sESL
Office of tbe Aaaeswr of tbe District of Columbia,
Washington, D C. Oct. t. IfT-Notice i bereby
glTen tbat en the THIRTY FIRST DAT OF OCTO
1 EH. 1912, will exiire all lleraea Ijaned by tha Av
arsY of tb Diatnct of Columbua to apotbecarle.
auctioneer, aatomobll tirz warehousss, bank.
and banker bill jvun bi liard. jxl. and ether
tables., bowling abrya. proprlet4-n of bu-nxcu.
hwm and brewers agnta. bearding honsei. pub
lia baths, medium. clairTpyaxta. palmists.. &c.
cattle dealers. commIm merchanta, cigar dealers,
building ontractor. carriage and wason makers.
ronfrctione-, dealers in second hand personal prtv
ertr. dealers In markeu. dealers In gasoUee. deal-
era in krirtwne oil and oils of like gradci. dKUitrs,
fuel hncksters. florista. prcprieiors pf hoteL, eo-r!oym-nt
agent. !nTetment compaslea, proprietors
ef public balla. public park Iiiery stablea. lain
Cnes (team and band1, land and imxeorrmrnt com
paolra. railroad ticket brokers, restaurant and rnt-
inc honsn. real estate ajrents. procrtetors ot aus
machioes. pirprieturs of tbeatera. undertakers, and
wholesale liqnnr dealers. All persona derirng t
contxen the abt'Te Uescnoea mramew or prolessioni
must pcomptlr renew their Ucenaes. Wlf. 1'. KICH
ARD3. Asscsacr. P a ocl4.1 3 J2.3 3
is acid by grocers who reallia the impor
tance of having THE BEST for ther t
tron. Ak TOUR grocer for thii nrted
buckwheat and insist on hancs 1U
We an wholeaalen OMA.
C7"At yuur grocer's. o cooataners surpMs
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO..
Wboleaalers, lltk aad M Sts. S. B.
mtl SCIENCE OP HEALTH. NATUr.AU
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LATEST Ml IEWEST IESIG1S II
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We ajrve Barala tatMMO eoatest vefes.
DEARINO Suddenly, on Sunday, Oo
tober 20, 1912. at 3 38 a. m.. ELIZA
BETH C. DEARING. wife of George
T. Dearlng, In the eightieth 3 ear of
Funeral at her late residence. 1TOS
Massachusetts Avenue Northwest, on
Tuesday. October H at 3 p. m.
Relatives and friends Mm I ted to at
tend. Interment private.
GEORGE F. ZUBH0HST,
, 981 StST CAriTOt. ST.
EstaWahed UBT. C1USJ 8. ZCBUORST. Mtr.
J. II ILUAM 1.RC lenaierail Dlreetee
tot EBlasbaec. Urerr in eoonertloo. Ccmmodtoos
Chajwl aad Modem Cremaioriara. uoaeit sneae,
ta Fwnnsiltalil. Are. aw. Tskpbon. Mala lis.
W. R. SPEARE.
rUXKRAt. DIKECTOtt A.ND aJIBALMBa,
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C
Phones Main St v
fRANK 1 SPH-tfS. MnV"-. -
Je UNEKAE DESIGNS.
Of Ktcrj Deaerlptico-llmissisatr Mess.
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