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Yeaning Lamb Hind
Yearling Lamb itore-
Shoufder Chops, lb.,
Lamb Stew Meat, lb.,
Loin and Rib Year
ling Chops, lb.,
Fresh Little Pig Hams,
Smoked Hams, small,
Fresh Little Pig
Lean Pork Chops, lb.,
Lean Pork.Roast, lb.,
Holly Brand Sausage
Prime Maryland and Vir
ginia uirdar for Saturday
Selected Eggs, doz.,
Extra selected and graded
lor weight and alael, In
scaled carton, each egg.
Oranges, doz., 19c
Grapes, lb., 15c
Fine White Potatoes,
Yellow Globe Onions,
Old Dutch Market,
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Admiral Giiester, itf Addnss,
Says the Document
In advocaUne. the. abolishment of the
Monroe doctrine and -declaring Preal
dent Monroe's original document regard
ing our foreign relations as obsolete,
Admiral Colby M. Chester, U. S. N., re
tired, created a distinct sensation at a
lecture on the "Panama Canal" before
the National Geographic Society at .New
Masonic Temple last night. ,
The-applause which greeted tne speak
er's remarks on this all-Important ques
tion, -which, has jclways ..been regarded
as one of the strongest unwritten
American policies, was not very enthusi
astic In the audience were many offi
cers of the army and navy, high gov
ernment officials, members of the for
eign Diplomatic Corps, and scientists.
Admiral Chester repeated the lecture
on the "Panama Canal" which he gave
last week at the Belasco, when Piesl-
dent Taft was present, and It was after
the fifth part, when the change or reels
tookjjlacc. that the speaker read a care
fully prepared statement. In which he
set forth his Mews on the Monroe doc
trine, in part as follows:
'For my part I should like to see the
Monroe doctrine policy of the United
States abolished, not by giving up lis
basic principles, but by amending its
form Into a treaty with the republics of
South America so that they should hae
not only, an Interest In Its execution,
hut a responsibility as welf
"The original document enunciated by
President Monroe regarding our foreign
relations Is as obsolete to-day as was
the Clayton-Bulwer treaty at the time
It was amended, and no more fits the
rresent condition that that does. It was
designed ostensibly In the Interests of
both the United States and of England,
which wai. In 1K3, the only constitutional
monarchy In Europe, to guard against
the forcible interference of the holy al
liance between Spain and South Amer
ica. But now that practically every
country In the world Is on a constitu
tional basis there is no more need to
protect our neighboring republics from a
purely monarchical form of government
than there Is to interfere with tne con
troversies between themselves There are
quite aa large a number of the people
tren comprising the holy alliance na
tions who are now our fellow-citizens as
the number of the Anglo-Saxon race who
are in proportionately as large numbers
in bouth America There Is no more
necessity to to- to prevent their at
tacking South America now than there Is
to guard against them in the United
"As far as the basic principle of the
Monroe doctrine Is concerned, the right
of self-defense Is axiomatic, and It Is
no more neces&ary to continue to pay
the enormous price that we have done
in order to maintain our rights in this
respect than there is to buy the priv
ileges of erecting fortifications on the
Isthmus. We cannot, with propriety,
howev er. form an alliance, for that word
has been tabooed by an unwritten law
of the land, but we can engage in an
entente, as foreigners call It, with the
republics of South America that will
give them a share In the responsibilities
of maintaining the policy which looks to
the general good of all parties concerned,
and will, at the same time, benefit the
political and commercial interests of all
the American peoples.
"If the South American republics do
not wish our assistance In maintaining
their sovereignties there Is no use In
forcing our addresses upon them, only In
so far as it will protect our own in
terest, arid whether those Interests bo
affected or not cannot be determined
until the question arises and then only
on the principle of self-defense An an
nouncement such .as was recently made
In the Congressional resolution presented
li) Senator Lodge on the subject of
Mexico will answer the purpose
U S Dept, of Agriculture. W-ither Bureau.
Washington, D C. Not 3, 1112-S m.
There will be local rains nr anotts Saturday la
New Lnslsnd and In interior New York, followed
by fair weather Sunday. Rains will aim continue
aturdar and Sunday tn the Nona I'acinc States,
and will extend eastward Into Montana. Idaho,
ari Northern Wyoming by Sunday Orer the re
marnoVr of the country the weather will be mostly
fair Saturday and Sunday
The winds alone the New F.njUnd and Middle
Atlantic coasts will he moderate to bnk south
west and west on the South Atlantic ouait lizht
to modrrate Tanable except northeast and cast on
the Florida coet on tbe Last Calf coast lifht to
moderate east and southeast, on the west tiulf
coast moderate joutheart and south, on the Lower
Lakes brisk west, diminishing by Saturday nignt.
on the Upper Lakea moderate west, bcoomlnc south
Midnisht, 31, 1 a. m.. 30. i a m.. 3. a. m
3 8 a. m ZT, 1C a m., 3S, 12 noon, 1, t p. ra ,
M 4 p, m 44 t p. m , 40 s p. m., 38, 10 p. m ,
38 Highest, ti. lowest, 3.
Relative, humidity a. m. 62, 2 p ro , 27; 8
p m GO
Rainfall 18 p. m. to 8 p m ), 0. Hours of sun
shine. 9 7 lr cent of possible sunshine. 100
Temperature same date last year Highest, M,
Temperatnres In Other Cities.
Temperatures in other dtles, together vita the
amount of rainfall for the twenty-four hours ended
at S p. m. yesterday, are as follows:
Uax. llln. 1p.m. fall.
Asbcrillr N. O. 12 40
Atlanta, Os ...... 50 3 16
Atlantic City. N. J 41 22 42
Klanerck. N. Dak. 41 21 22
Boston, Mass. U 24 38
Buffalo. X T 42 20 42
Chicago. Ill 34 42
Onemnati, Ohio 50 30 as ....
Chejrnne. Wyo. 40 18 32 ....
DaTenport, Iowa. SO 22
DenTrr. Cola 48 3 40 ....
Dca Moines, Iowa SO 30 42
Dulutli, Minn 34 24 38
Galmton, Tex (8 52 (4
Helena. Mont 38 21 31
Indianapolis, Ind.... 41 X 4
Jacksonrllle, Fla M 33 30
Kansas City. .Mo H X 43
Little Rock, Ark..., 58 .31 56
Los Angeles, Cal ZK 56 60
Marquette, Mich. 33 20 34
Memphis. Tenn. 56 . 34 50
New Orleans, La. 58 42 52
New Tork. N. 1 40 3 26
North llatte, Ncbr. 50 30 12
Onaha. Ntr 50 30 41 ,.
Philadelphia, rn. 41 S 33 ...
nttsburg. Pa 46 28 12 ....
Portland. Me 38 20 31
Portland, Ores' 48 .34 44 not
Bait Lake City. Utah 56 30 48
6t Louis, Mo. 54 31 43
St. Paul. Minn. 42 28 36
San Prandaco. Cal 52 46 52
Springfield. IU - 46 22 40
Tacoma, Wash.. 46 36 41 0(C
Tampa. Fla ..... 70 41 c
Toledo, Ohia....i..-. 44 IS , 40
TVxlar High tide. 1221 a. m.; low tide, 6.41 a. m.
and 7:03 p, m.
Tonorro--Hich tide, 1226 a. m. and 1.15 p. m.;
lew tide. T42 a. m. and 8JI p. m.
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Fifteenth Cavalry and Third Field
Artillery Hosts at Fort
More than 1.J00 Washlngtonlans. among
horn were several Senators and public
officials and thetr families, attended the
exhibition drill given jesterday after
noon at Fort Mjer by the Fifteenth Cav
alry and the Third Field Artillery, and
In the evening the First rtegtment of the
District National Guard and the First
Separate Battalion, colored, were the
guests of the post at another drill
The two exhibitions were practically a
repetition of the drill given a week pre
vious!) for the benefit of the Army Ite-
t!e.f Socletv that was attended by Presi
dent and Mrs Taft.
Troop A, of the Fifteenth Cavalrj. gave
a saddle drill to music Troop B, bare
back riding, the Third Field Artillery, an
exhibition of expert riding. Troop I), a
drill of Cossack riding, picked mounts
from ther blue ribbon horses of the regi
ment, a Jumping vontest, and Troop U,
a saddle drill.
The only accident of the afternoon oc
curred In the exhibition of expert riding
wren the off swing horses of one of the
carriages fell It caused a slight break
In the drill, but neither horses nor driv
ers were hurt
There were many who applied for ticket-
for the exhibition In the afternoon,
and a large number had to be turned
away, as the riding hall only seats about
There was no variation of the after
noon drill In the evening Col Ourand,
of the First HeglTient of National Guard,
was In command of the brigade In the
evening In the absence of Gen Harries.
in Relation to
Interstate Commerce Commissioner
Clark, In a statement Issued esterda
In connection with the numerous wTecks
on railroads In the United States, said
that In Ills opinion conditions are de
plorable "Most of the wrecks," he said, "may
be put In the class of avoidable acci
dents. Poor rails, speed craze, and
human negligence are the causes. '
"Demands from the public and the rail
reads for high speed," continued Mr
Clark, "arc another fruitful cause of
wrecks At the present time man) trains
are kesed up to their highest speed, with
tl.e maximum strain upon rails, engines,
equipment, and the men themselves.
Whenever a slight defect In any of
these equations occur, something has got
o snap A terrible wreck Is the result.
"But the human equation Is another
cause of wrecks lapses of memory of
train employes. A conductor forgets an
order, an engineer runs by a plainly set
signal, a brakeman forgets to close a
switch. These are human flaws. Some,
becaus of gross negligence, may be prc
ventable, but others are simply Inex
plicable, except as human frailties a de
fect of the human machine."
Rndolpli llecovera Suit.
District Comrfllssloner Cuno II. Ilu
dolpli is "in" a suit of clothes and a pair
of trousers he had given up for lost.
They plaed an Important part yester
day morning In Police Court In the trial
of Clarence Taylor, colored Janitor at
the Dresden Apartments, where the Com
missioner lives. Commissioner Rudolph
was In court to Identify the missing rai
ment, and Taylor was sent to Occoqutn
for six months on the charge tf larceny.
Dr. WlnhlKlrr to Spenk.
The director of the Washington Psycho
Therapeutic Society. Dr. Charles F.
Wlnblglcr, in an address to be delivered
Monday evening, December :, at the
Women's Christian Temperance Union
Building. 522 Sixth Street Northwest, at
S o'clock, will discuss the subject, "The
Will In Relation to Health and Disease."
Public are Invited.
George Yakel. 25, and Alice D. Tett. 22. Rer
Donald a MacLeod. S ""
Oooda M. Watkini. a. and Vera T. Taaxartr 18.
Joseph H Clifflth. 26. and Myrtle I. lSundl 5
both-xf Baltimore lid. Her. Ignatius Fealr
Hrman Lelunan. a. and rande Burte. l Rer
Harry S. Kent a. and Mabel Y. Pastre 11 Rer
William L McKenury. ' " '
..nrrT.A; .")r- Ponthlcepsie. N. Y.. ,4
Manorhritornaon, S. Rer. lieorgs P. Dndler.
J.l"IJ iV'. 5??M,,r.'a' "', & M- Erabart, a
both of Gettysburg; Pa. Judge a 8. Bandy
Jsme X. Tales. 3 snrf f 1. it un. .1 . ...
of rRIchmon4 ; vT "--.-, oou.
if. Wade, 23, and Cetruds Hra 22.
G. Todd, a (white), and Alberta Waaoington. 21
(colored). ! -
H. Chapman, 22, and Marie Williams. .
Oopjrlfht by Harrts-Ewlcg.
and ahroirallnE of new treaties.
MANY TO APPEAR
Ontario Eoad Residents to Testify
in Cases Against Humane
Residents In Ontario Road and adja
rrnt to the fill In Rock Creek Park
where the material excavated, from the
site of the New Arlington Hotel Is be
ing dumped, are thoroughl) angered by
what they consider an undue negligence
In the equipment of wagon us?d and In
the care of the horses employed
Entrance to the fill Is down a ' steep
grade and most of the wagons arc not
equipped with brakes. People living In
this section sa that It is often unsafe
for them to risk crossing the street by
the Ontario at times when a number of
thes teams are congested and tho load
ed wagons are forcing the slipping
horses down the hill
Nine teams became congested on the
grade yesterday morning, and two ar
rests were made on the charge of cruelty
to animals Five of the nine wagons
were unequipped with brakes, and one
had a brake which would not mork. Wit
nesses said last night that one of the
teams whose driver was placed under
arrest b) Policeman W H Rock fell
while vainly trying to stem the momen
tum of the heav) load upon the hill, and
that the harness had to be cut away to
keep the horses from Mrangllng
Mrs R. Woodland Gates. 2725 Ontario
Road Northwest, who will be one of the
witness in the Police Court this morning,
said last night that horses trlng to re
sist the weight or their loads on the
grade often are forced headlong up onto
the sidewalk and against the stone wall
at the Ontario
Joseph Powell and John Whitney,
teamster" were the arrests made es
terday morning Policemen W H Rock
and W C Allen made the arrests, charg
ing the men with irueltj to animals
Mrs. Ira E Bennett, the Ontario, who
will also be a witness at Police Court
to-day. said that Policeman Rock was
able to identlf) one of the used-up hors's
as a mount ued bv him while .seeing
duty In the Philippines.
W J Thatcher, who bad an automobile
badly smashed bv a slipping team at
the grade several weeks ago. will be
one of the wltnee to-day. and prob
ably one of the agents of the Humane
Soclet) stationed at the dump will also
SPENT $4,813 FOR MOVING
PICTURES, BUT LOST OUT
IN RACE FOR CONGRESS
Clarence P Dodge, Republican can
didate for Congress at Colorado
Springs. Colo, found moving picture
advertising an unprofitable campaign
pursuit, according to a statement ha
filed with the clerk of the House yes
terday Although he spent H.813, of which
1156 was to display himself In the
movies, he was defeated. A brother
George C and Milh L. Ve!.ter. boy
Charles K and Lillian A Talbcrt, gul.
Earl D. and Eia M storking, girL
Alfred and Marths Hirli girt
Richard It. and Sarah Kcthwrll. bn)
Charles a and llarjurle R Nixon girt.
William J and Viuiie il Nailer. bt.
Charles V and tleaiwr S Lajer. boy
Charles W and Caroline V Uan. boy.
Charles H and Mary L. C.roTcr. boy
John J and Mary J KVtcr girl.
Wllliim V. and Uly Pay girl
Daniel and Julia 11 Curtain, boy
Leonard T and Huabrth M. Chick, boy.
Tberon C. and Grace C Brooks, boy
Prank and Kdna Items n. girl
Patrick and Mary It Kerrlgaa. girl and boy twtns.
Herbert and Katie E, Higham. boy twins.
Edward and Vdlie Tnckson. girl and boy twins.
Alexander and Clara Brown, girt and boy twins.
Albert and Snrfe Jones girt.
Harry and Sarah E. W. ilson. girt. ,
James L. and Grace Talbctt. boy
Edward It. and Alice Moorman. girL
DEVI II RECORD.
Agnes O Donnogliue. II jeirs. Gort. Hospt. Insane.
Arthur K. Ballard, 31. 21 It at. nw.
Benjamin F. Coda. 11. 613 3d St. nw.
Anna A. Hadlow. 75. X1J 11th St nw.
William A. Bills. 72. Saldim' Home. D. C.
William Swift, 80. Soldiers' Home. D. C.
Daniel )f. Rantdell. 70 GarBeld Hospital.
Jamea A. Merrill. 71. 101H Hth Ht, nw.
Sarah A. Lloyd. 72. 319 B St sc
Morgan Melnerney, 36. EW I 8t nw. -
Clara I. Stone. 8, 306 12th St nw.
John Clark. 42 years. Tuberculosis Hospital.
Lrroy II. Harris. 48. 301 11th St nc.
Willlsm Johnson. 52, Emenroiey Hospital.
Marr J Randall. 58. 12 Pierce St
Bererley Jackson, 43 Georgetown Cnir. Hospital.
Mortina Blje. L S X St. na
Maria ItUxrt!. 70. iSJl t Are. nw.
Joarnhln Holmes. 83. Frecdmen'a Hosritsl.
Lawrence K. Hollldar. 41. 723 S 8t nw.
Ereline Walstrjn. 5 months, 838 I 8t nw.
Walter Moore, a dajw. lis P St nw.
Ida Tnckson. 1 day. 11 l St nw.
Clarence Tuckaon. 1 day. 1W L StTnr.
largest Morning Circulation.
LOW DEATH RATE
. ' RECORD BROKEN
Annual leport Made to Comsjii-
sioners by Health, Officer, Dr.
W. C. Woodward.
PRAISED BY PHYSICIAN
Fish Wharf Comes in for Condemna
tion as Insanitary
Having tha lowest death rates, a tiigb
er average "of general health. In Wash
ington, and a wide Improvement In sani
tation and the handling of food products
on sals In the District, to record, the an
nual report of Dr. William C. Wood
ward, District Health Officer, which was
submitted to the Commissioners yester
day, is throughout optimistic,
naaultn of tha studies of the health de
partment of the "qpen alf" sections of
tha public schools show that the pupils
In these sections have gained both In
weight and stature, at a much higher
proportionate rate than tneir compan
ions located In the regular schoolrooms.
Dr. Woodward Is mo well satisfied with
ih results obtained In these "open air"
sections, that he recommends that they
be established throughout the entire District-Basing
the averages given In the re
port on a population of 334,019. of which
255,81, are white and 08,175 are colored, a
general death rate of 17.S Is recorded for
the year Mil. The death rates for the
two races for the same year are Hal
for the whito and 26.12 for tho colored.
Corresponding figures for U10 were, a
general death rate of 1163 for tho white
people. 14.S7. and 28.23 for the colored
A marked reduction of the death rate Is
thus shown for the time covered by the
On 3IIIk Knpply.
Dr. Woodward thoroughly detailed the
work of his department in Its campaign
for a sanitary milk supply.
The Health Department has labored
long and patiently to educate producers
and dealers In milk as to the signifi
cance of high bacterial counts and of
the presence of colon bacilli, and has
Instructed them as to the methods ne
cessary to reduce to a minimum bac
terial contamination of all kinds. Its
efforts have, however, seemingly been
In vain. Recently, therefore, the de
partment has brought prosecutions
against some of the more flagrant of
fenders, in one case a plea of guilty
was entered and a fine of 110 Imposed
In another case a conviction was ob
tained after a trial and a fine of J23
was Imposed In the third case the
defendant was found guilty after due
trial, but he has carried the case to
th Court of Appeals, where It Is still
pending And, unfortunately, the fact
that this case Is pending In the Court
of Appeals has prevented the trial of
any other cases In the Police Court,
notwithstanding that the defendant was
convicted In that court in the case ap
pealed." The report further gives an account of
the department's activities In weeding
out of the datr herds suppl)lng the Dis
trict of animals infected with tubercu
losis. By use of the tuberculin test 3S3
cattle on six dairy farms were examined
and 217 found tuberculous, which Is
equivalent of !. per cent of all exam
ined. In Mew of the fact of the serious
part that the milk of tuberculous ani
mals plajs In th spread of this disease,
the work done by the department In this
branch Is of great Import to the public
Concerning Fish Wharf.
Referring to the fish wharf at Eleventh
and Water Streets Southwest, the wharf
Is characterized as "the most Inr-anltsry
establishment in the District of Columbia
for the preparation for sale "
The report continues "The fish wharf
I owned b) the United States govern
ment and under the control of tho gov
ernment of the District of Columbia, and
some of the public markets owned and
controlled by the District government are
far from being patterns for the private
manufacturer and vendor of food to Imi
tate More liberal appropriations for the
construction and maintenance of the fish
wharf and the public markets belonging
to the District government are urged "
The report concludes that no legisla
tion relating to public health In the
District of Columbia was enacted by
Congress during the last J ear Regula
tions were adopted by the Commissioners
at the request of the Health Department
for the prevention of blindness In newly
born Infants, regulations to prevent tu
berculosis, amendments to the regula
tions to prevent the spread of the vari
ous communicable dlseaes, and to the
ordinance for the better control of drain
MaJ. Silvester Has Scheme for Po
A unique plan for the protection at
apartment bouses and tlie residence dis
trict Is being considered by the police
department This plan Involves the In
stallation of regular police telephones In
every apartment house whero the of
ficer on the beat will report to head
quarters at regular periods, day and
nlghtj Just as they now do from the po
Supt of Police Sjlv ester announced
yesterday that this plan would be made
effective Just as soon as It was deter
mined th it enough of the apartment
house owners were willing to co-operate
with the department in the work.
The plan Is said to be entirely unique,
and MaJ. Sylvester sas many of the
property owners have fallen In with It
and signify their willingness to help In
Educational Hod) .Mcels.
Philadelphia. Nov 2) -The twenty-sixth
annual .convention of the Association of
Colleges and Preparatory Schools of the
Middle States and Maryland opened here
Cafatal $1,000 M0
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the size of the deposit
makes no difference in the
character of our best service.
We give the BEST in pro
tection and facilities, without
SAME RATE of Interest paid
on both large and small accounts.
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Corner 15th and N. Y. Ave.
WE CLOSE AT
A Great Sale Is Sckerfvlei for To-day ii
Women's, Misses' and Children's Goats,
' Dresses, Suits, Furs and Waists
AT 10 REDUCTION
For to-tiay, and to-day only, we will allow all purchasers! a
special discount of 10 on everything in our Ready-to-wear De
partment, including Suits, Dresses, Coats, Furs, Waists, &c
This is an extraordinary opportunity by which you can profit
greatly. Remember, this sale is for to-day only.
Saturday's Sale of Toilets
Solid-back English Bristle Hair
brushes . . .25c
Bohemian Glass Puff Jars .. . 25c
Hand-painted Puff Boxes . 50o
Parisian Ivory Photo Frames ...50c
Cutlcura Soap, 3 cakes for 60a
Pebeco Tooth Paste . ..... 35c
1W Ktie Herald
SEVERAL IMPORTANT REFORMS
IN THE PATENT OFFICE
WILL BE RECOMMENDED
President Taft's Economy and Effi
ciency Commission will make a report
to him Monda), recommending a num
ber of Important reforms In the Patent
The commission Investigated the
Patent Office pursuant to a special res
olutlon of Congress Among the re
form to be recommended is one allow
ing Commissioner of Patents Moore to
deputize a member of his staff to sign
patent grants for him
At present Moore Is suffering from I
writers cramp because he has to sign
every patent grant himself. Minor
changes In the regulations for Issuing
patents will also be recommended.
"Fnrnnce? Chauffeur" Vabbed.
The automobile of Senor Eduardo
Suarez, Minister from Chile, was held up
with police "trouble" jesterday when
Andrew Carger, at the wheel, was ar
rested for not having a license b Po
liceman Hopkins, of the Third precinct
Senor Suarez told the police that Carger
was his furnace man and not authorized
to drive the car.
Colored Mlaalaalpnlaaa to Meet.
All colored MIsisippUns In the Cap
ital will meet In the Louis Building, at
Sixth Street and Louisiana Avenue
Northwest, at 3 o clo"k this afternoon to
pass suitable resolutions on the death
of former Senator Gordon. Rev I.. C
Moore will preside at the meeting
Bring back replies Secaue each
order receives the same personal
attention, irrespective of size.
Tou will find our letters free
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical errors. Ac.
Tou can safely Intrust Impor
tant form letters to us. being as
sured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
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Dtatrl. t National Bans: Building.
1406 G Street
Pnoae Main 7300.
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615 Penn. Ave. N. W.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL, BLDO.
Ws Glta Tots tar Ta Barald't 13.005 Cnetaat,
(07 F SHEET
The average price of glasses
ground for YOU la about 4.
We aruarantee them ahould yoor
requirements demand an outlay of
SOo or 913.00.
We tllta Votes In Tha Ilerald'l C3.00O Contnt.
T WILL PAY YOU
To get our advice as to the kind
of Paint to use In redecorating;
We giro Herald 123,000 contest vote,.
Complete, with Eye H
Shield, 10 Ft. Silk Cov- I
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O'CLOCK TO-NIGHT '
Lablache Face Powder 52o
Guaranteed Hot-water Bags r9c
1 lb. Theatrical Cold Cream .... 13c
Bargain Tables Main Floor.
HERE is a bargain
we offer, also Gas
Stands as low
4rice as $1.65, Electric
same price, both complete.
We loan you this handy
$2.50 portable on a week's
616 12th 1204 G
Phono Main 140
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909 Seventh St
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Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
143 Eleventh St. N. L
HOl'SEIiOLD GOODS STORBO IN THF. Kill
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MAYI SCIENCE OF HEALTH. HATUBAL.
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Colorado Bid. lTes lecture tor women Wedaaaeara
at lai p. m. xst-tt
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MORRIS On Friday. November 3, IMS.
at her residence. 1314 Massachusetts
Avenue Northwest, HELEN I . sis
ter of the late Justice Martin r"
Notice of funeral hereafter.
RANSDELI-On Thursday. November.
S. 1311. at 4 30 a. m . DANIEL,
Funeral services at his late residence
Saturday, November 30. at 3 p. m.
Burlul In Indianapolis.
901 EAST CAPITOL 8T.
Established ISO CHAB. a. ZCBH0E3T. JIp.
J. VVILI.IAJI LEE, Funeral Director
and Embahner. Llrery In connection, Commodloca
Chapel and Modem Crematorium. Modest nrlsea,
3 runsjlaanla are. sw. Telephone Mala USA
W. R. SPEARE.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR ASD EUBALMEB,
940 F Street N. W.
WABUINUTOX. D. C.
Phones Main it
FRANK A SPEARE. Manag-f.
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