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SPECIAL NOTICES.
JHTDCCF.D RATES ON SHI I'M RATS TO PACIFIC
roast and (ar west in consolidated carloads. SECURITY
STORAGE CO.. 1140 IStb at. Packing,
forclcn forwardlnir. safe deposit. cold storage.
BKICK FOR SALT. CHEAP AT ARLINGTON"
Hotel. Apply S. U II E?'H1NUER.
GENERA I. UOFSE REPAIRING ALL BRANCHES
f trades. Estimate* cheerfully given. A11
lakes of stoves repaired. 1114 Bladensbnrg rd.
n e. Phono T.incn. Ztt*. J. W. M ANPl-gT.
B'XIKS FOH THE TRANSFER OF STOCK OF
the Franklin Insurance Company will he closed
from October 21 to October 111. both inclusive.
W. T?. EI.I.ETT, Secretary.
HOUSE FAINTING?A Q1A1.ITY GUARANTEE.
'?itr reputation for excellent painting, loth lnide
and outside, has established a taken-forgranted
assurance of complete satisfaction.
H. MARKWARI>. 221?? l lth st. Ph. N. 221rt.
BENT YOUR HOUSES.
DAMTNESS Ct'RF.D.
Pebble Dashed or Stucco.
Oetnent walk* anil coping*.
COLRPRM BROTHERS.
' Cement Contractors,
rbone Main TOW. 1204 O at. n.vr.
S. & P. TAILORING
SATISFIES.
Special Value in Stylish
Overcoats and Suits
to Order, $117.5?.
This is your opportunity to
iearn how koih!?how sati.-fae
lory "S. A P." tailoring really
Is. Elegant line of plain anil
fancy fabrics. Every carmen t
guaranteed to flt and satisfy.
Raincoats, $11II <>5$
?of double - faced waterproof
English cassimere. Finished to
perfection.
Schwartz <& Pelzman,
RELIABLE TAILORS.
505-7 7th street.
Edison Kinetoscope
Affords Great Amusement
1
By giving you MOVING
PICTURES RIGHT IN YOUR HOME.
The kind of pictures you see at the theaters.
M. A, LEESE f ff" |
"I NEVER DISAPPOINT."
A lianrenvirs? iHlrrn "IT fl irim if* ?
uU W ULJ C U UUUUVO
Lawyers ran rest assured that they'll get
their Briefs ami Motions promptly when
they have them printi-d at
THE SERVICE SHOP. I
'"RON S ADA\IS. ^"Th"'.
Roofing For 29 Years ]
lias given us surb wide evperierwe
that we ran follow a leak as the magnet
follows the pole. Let hs prove this by
putting your roof in order.
Vi -afton & Son, yr. ?*.
IRONCLAD ROOF PAINT
"WEARS LIKE IRON."
If you want a genuine job of roof painting. ju?t
T.v this old-time favorite. Rlrh. red iron oxide
pplied by skilled workmen. Ask for estimate!
RONCLAD
fonipany. Plmne. Main 14. I *
Globe Far ml tin re Co. Has
Moved to Larger Quarters
Owing to our great Inerease in business we
have been compelled to move to larger quarter*.
' Viserjnently we have taken over the business,
entire stork and sliowptoms of
R. H. STOLTV. & CO.. 1023 7th ST. VW.
With double the floor space anil double the
stock and office force. we are doubly able to
prove that for FIBNITl-RE AND ALL HOUSEHOLD
GOODS THE GLOBE FURNITURE I'd.
is the place for Thrifty Buyers. Liberal Credit
Terms arranged. If desired.
1023 7th st. n.w.
Branch Store. 707 M st. n.w.
Printing That Is Effective
Ton can count on getting something different
and exceptionally attractive when
, you have the Printing done at the Big
Modern Print Shop.
Jiudd <& Betweiler, Inc.
.The Big Print Shop. 420-422 llfh.
We Make a Point a
< >t giving every customer prompt
attention. The small buyer fares
?* well aa the largest here. Gltd to qnote you
fgures on MILLWORK and PRESSED LIMBER.
BARKER'S, 649 N. Y. Ave.
pah NT rOR *"
L II P|"RPOSES.
The best floor varnish. 75c per qt.
The best floor wax, 40c per lb.
The best paint for all interior and exterior
work. $2 per gallon; 55c per qt.
ANDREWS', !Z"sb 17,:
Mantel and Tile
S iv? work of every description promptly
-^epaar and rarefully done.
* i'VIN E. EL LETT, 1MB ?th st. n.w. X. 7328.
Check That Cold?
Tahe a little "TENNESSEE" Whiskey
night and morning, if you'd check and enre
thai trouble some cough or cold. Large <P tl
t-otf le for n
h comaker Co..
The Harty Electric Co.
Hnve removed their otllce from B13 13th st.
n.w. to Boom 4?>5. District National Bank
.raiding. Telephone Main l>>sn. (
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU THERE IS ?
nothing letter for nursing mothers and onm- }
i sxsDH than *' ?ng>tng \
& son's pottsTiiif. pa.. iroriieir.
Ask your dealer for It, or phone Lincoln 1981.
A. 0. Herrmann, 75o-Minth-t.?.e. j
Distributor for District of Columbia.
Buy Darling's
Printing m'st. Painless 1
Right. Prices. \
Ceorge W. Drew Law Co., !
Write for free circular or call 818 F at. a.w. ]
Telephone M. 8384. 1
NO CHARGES TO SUBMIT MATIERS.
nol*
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INSECTS CABEY TYPHOID.
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Cockroaches and Bedbugs Spread 1
Disease at Naval Post.
Cockroaches and bedbugs are the latest
insects to be branded carriers of typhoid
lever germs. After considerab'e labora-*
tory investigation and a thorough study |
>>f the subject Surgeon R. E. Riggs, U. j
S. N-. makes this statement.
Experiments on the cruiser Newark
-omt time ago made Dr. Riggs suspu ious? !
of bugs In general and of these two
Masses in particular. He tells of an outbreak
of typhoid at a r.aval post on an
isolated island, where he was in charge
of the water and food supply.
I'arefu! study was made to discover
the cause of the spread of the disease. !
and after all other insects and vermin 1
had been acquitted as possible disseminators
of the disease the responsibility i
was placed on cockroaches and bedbugs.
. j
Do not neglect your
health ?laxatives are necessary
sometimes. Make sure
the Koct ?than <*n
v* u?v i/vav iuw aa aiivau*
Hunyadi Q :
Janos A
Water |
Natural Laxative *^31
Recommended I
by Fbyslcians for 1
CONSTIPATION j;
MEMBERS OF CA
ois
PHOTO SHOWN
CLUB ENDS SEASON
i
Capital Yachtsmen Have Outing
at Marshall Hall.
ITS ANNUAL OYSTER ROAST
Race From Clubhouse Precedes the
Feast?Power Boaters at
Eiver View.
The summer program of the Capital
k'acht Club was brought to a elose yeserday
with the annual oyster roast at
Marshall Hall, an event second only in
mportanee and enjoyment to the annual
rruise.
The roast was attended by members
ind their guests, numbering nearly 3K?,
md was one of the most successful ever
liven by the club. The enjoyment was
>receded by a race of all the boats from
he clubhouse wharf to Marshall Hall.
The various yachts and power cruisers
vere given handicaps in accordance with
heir size and engine capacity, so that
l11 of them arrived at the river resort
ibout the same time. The first boat to
eave the clubhouse was the Suwanee,
"apt. A. O. and B. P. Clephane, which
>assed over the starting line at 8u?7
'clock. Capt. "Bill" Heine's Sunshine
vith a large party aboard left promptly
it U o'clock. Other boats left in the folowing
order: Mermaid, Capt. George E.
iullivan; Sahwa, Judge Aukum, owner;
^ouise K., S. J. Kubel; Cloelia, Capt. G.
iV. Forsberg; Dacota, Capt. R. B Gait,
ind lona, Capt. A. O. Portner.
Louise K. Is Winner.
The race was won by the Louise K.,
:he Cloelia being second and the Mernaid
thirdThe
sailboats raced to Marshall Hall
Saturday afternoon, the starters being
:he Serena, Capt. Clyde Cruit; Freya,
Ifapt. George Bright, and Nenemoosha,
.apt. L. H. Hewing. Tne boats tinlsned
n tne order named, the best time for the
Ifteen and one-half statute miles being 3
hours and in minutes.
At promptly 12 o'clock yesterday the
>yster feast began, and before long several
barrels of raw and roasted oysters,
several tubs of oyster soup and an ample
supply of coffee, several basketfuls of
roils and the contents of otner containers
had been consumed. The feast was
followed by the annual base ball game
jetween the crews of the sa.ling craft and
those who prefer gasoline power.
The members of the "Center Boards"
vere "Teddy'' Shepherd. K. C. Cruit, L.
-lewins, George Dalton, John Evans,
denry Miller, Charles Jonscher, Joseph
.euman and William Heine. The "Spark
r*lugs" included Louis Thompson, Cheser
C'aywood, H. Acton, C. E. Wolfe, C.
Aitts, W. J. Pedigo, William Lauo, R.
j. Lloyd and Charles Wayson. The later
won the game by a score of 21 to ?.
The contest lasted but three innings and
luring this time the assistance of thirty
>uhstitutes was needed. " Doc" Kaiser
darted the game as umpire, but before
ong he was called in to treat Harry
Person, when he was struck on the head
with the bali, and George Dalton, when
Henry Miller stuc): his finger in his eye
n an attempt to catch him on third.
Patvtai* Una 4- r'ltik
v nr v* Afuav VlUU JUUUD OCttOUUt
The Eastern Power Boat Club ended
ts summer season yesterday with an
>vster roast at River View, arrangements
tor which were handled by a committee
ompose;d of William Ruckert, J. G.
Rizzo, John Spees, Harry Myer and
Prank J. Coleman. The Coast Artillery
Hand from Fort Washington greeted the
x?ats as they arrived at the River View
wharf and later in the day gave a concert.
The big event of the day was a
race between the power boats Martha,
>wned by William Halfpap: Broncho, Joseph
Northridge; August Belmont, LJeut.
Swann, and Zip, John Franklin.
LOOK FOlMMR
Drop in Temperature Is Expected
in This Section
by Thursday.
Colder weather for the entire week, to
r-xtend over practically the whole of the
I'nited States, is the forecast made by
the weather bureau today. The cold
wave that has been forming In the far
northwest?probably somewhere in the
neighborhood of Medicine Hat, where all
the had weather comes from?is now central
over the southern Rocky mountains,
and is advancing eastward. General
i ains are at company nig me OlSlurDance,
which will cross the plains states toliay,
the middle west Tuesday night or
Wednesday and the eastern states probably
by Thursday.
According to the weather bureau's forecast,
there is a strong probability of
sharp frosts throughout the southern
states during, or immediately following,
this disturbance. It is not impossible!
also, that the precipitation accompanying
the disturbance may take the form of
snow instead of rain, although the weather
bureau does not say that there will
be snow in or about Washington.
Another disturbance is forming up
along the north Pacific coast, and will
begin to make itself felt in the far
northwest about Wednesday or Thursday,
when it will start a<-r?ss the continent.
It is also noted that barometric
conditions are favorable for a storm in
the Caribbean sea.
PITAL YACHT Q
I THEIR ANNUAI
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THE YACHTSMEN ATTACKING TH
MAY NOT TAKE ACTION
ON STREETCAR ACCIDENT
Report of Secretary Eddy Is
Now Before Electric Railway
Commission.
Official action may never be taken by
f h A T~H ut rW'f nlopt rl r* ra ll n-*j if /- m m i ccintl
v*>v> ivv v-ivvu iv/ i unnuj vuimui?Joiv???
as a consequence of the accident on H
street near Idth to three cars of the
Washington Railway and Electric Company
Saturday before last in which a
score of persons were injured.
John H. Marble, chairman of the commission,
said this morning that the report
of the accident made by Secretary Eddy,
who happened to be on one of the cars
at the time, is before the commission, and
that while he, therefore, cannot forecast
what decision the commission will come
to in regard to it, it would seem from a
preliminary inspection of Mr. Eddy's report
that the accident was an ordinary
one, calling for no corrective measures
and resulting from a combination of circumstances,
green motormen, slippery
tracks and wet leaves in the way of the
car wheels.
It did not seem likely, Mr. Marble
said, that it would be necessary to
bring the report to the attention of
the interstate commerce commission, altnough
he could not tell Just what action
the District commission would taae
at its next meeting, Thursday.
To Take Trailers Off.
It was stated at the office of the
commission today that the trailers on
the Georgetown <F street) line of the
Washington Railway and Electric Company
will be taken off soon after January
1. and that sixty-five new pay-asyou-enter
cars of the side-door type
are now being completed to take the
place of the trailers.
The trailers were ordered discontinued
by the commission some time ago, but
an extension of six months before the
order should go into effect was granted
the railway company after the fire at
its car barn, in which so much rolling
stock was destroyed that it was necessary
to continue to use the trailers in
order to haul passengers. The railway
company is paying $300,000 for the
sixty-five new side-door cars, several
of which are now being used on the
line.
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BEES HAVE BUSY TIME
HI THE "MUM" EXHIBIT
Flowers Make a Fine Showing
and Are Admired by
Many Visitors.
Honey bees stirred from their autumn
lethargy to read The Sunday Star, found
matter therein of pertinent interest to
their business of making honey, sniffed
the air and found Confirmation of the
news In the perfume-laden breeze, preened
their gossamer wings and took to
flight. They were the first visitors today
at the "mum" show in the Agricultural
Department greenhouses.
Early comers of the human kind found
an army of them busy at work gathering
the sweet pollen from the great Japanese
blooms and from the little pompons and
singles. They must, indeed, have read
about it in The Sunday Star, for their
absence from the scene Friday and Saturday,
when the "mums" had already
taken their places, is proof positive that
they knew nothing then concerning the
late crop of honey-sweetThe
gardeners call them chrysantheflioti
U'hon thov IlikVPr OVVr tllPSfH
Ill U 111 IKVO ?? ?Vli IUV-J --V ? w. - VMVMV
flowers. The "muni" is the only fall
flower that tempts them from their warm
beds in the apiaries.
Attendance Is Large.
The "mums" made a braver show this
morning, when the doors of the greenhouse
were opened to the public at 'J
o'clock, than they did when set in place
for inspection last week. Many of them
had opened wider, their coloring was
deeper and richer and the structure of
the petals more perfect. There will be
daily improvement, for some are still
backward.
The number of morning visitors more
than favorably compared with the attendance
of former years. After noon the
callers came so quickly that the greenhouse
was. taxed to bold them all, and
I ?? ???-?*- <* wait * A ont or
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DEATH FOLLOWS QUABBEL.
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Dispute Over Litter of Pups Cause of
Fatal Shooting.
LOUISVILLE, Ky.. October 28.?Following
a quarrel over the ownership of
a litter of pups, William Zirnheld,
twenty-six years old, shot and killed
Fred Bauer, aged twenty-three, in front
of the former's home here yesterday.
Zlrnheld gave himself up. lie told the
police that Bauer had threatened to kill
hira when the two parted a few minutes
prior to the shooting, and that when he
saw Bauer coming toward h!s house with
a shotgun under his arm he tired on him
from a window with but shotgun.
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LUB
. OYSTER ROAST
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K "BIG FEED."
AID WARQNPUGUE
Ministers in Washington Observe
"Tuberculosis Sunday."
REMEDIES FOR PREVENTION
Arguments From the Pulpit for Correct
Living Methods and
a Cleaner City.
Ministers in Washington churches, as
well as in churches throughout the
country, observed yesterday as "Tuberculosis.
Sunday," preaching sermons and explaining
to their congregations rules for
preventing the spread of the dread white
plague. The ravages of the disease were
pointed out ami thousands of persons
were told how it could be avoided.
Rev. John Van Schaick, jr., at the Universalis!
Church of Our Father, urged a
rrvrni t ?it? f rnn/1 < w <> f antinn nn 1 ha nilT*t flf I
fei caict ai c^uv. in i/? a,\.vivii vii v...v, |'?t % ?
the District health department. In the
course of his address he declared that
"Congress, or an element in Congress,
for years has attempted to harass, hamper,
impede and. in every way possible,
limit the activities of the health department."
"Congress, or rather an element of Congress,
has attempted to destroy the bacteriological
department of the health office,"
he continued. "In a way it has
succeeded. From $10 a day the pay of
the bacteriologist was reduced to $fi at
the last session of Congress, apparently
hoping thereby to drive him out of the
service. Happily scientists "are not governed
entirely by financial considerations.
The bacteriologist was not driven
from the service.
Congress Without Facts.
"I haven't the slightest idea that any
considerable number of congressmen
j would stand for this action if they unt
derstood the facts. Unhappily a few r-en,
j under some circumstances, can wield a
| tremendous Influence, especially when so
i small and ir.rirmltlcant a matter comes
up as the District of Columbia. I asj
sert that congressmen openly boasted
| during the last session, 'If we don't get
| that fellow (the bacteriologist; this ses|
slon, we will next.' "
Health problems must be recognized
! by the church, according to the belief
' - ?-? -r * T\t _ a.
expres?eu ny ttev. j. j. uimuu <ti 01. i
Andrew's Episcopal Church. ''It Is the!
duty of the Christian to know of this
great disease and how it operates. Then
they should use their influence for its
eradication."
Kev. H. L. Hout, pastor of Marvin
Methodist Episcopal Church South, urged
the cleaning up of alleys as a step toward
the prevention of tuberculosis. He
referred to alleys as "one of the best
friends of the disease."
Miss Ruth Rizer, former secretary of
the Association for the Study of the
Prevention of Tuberculosis, spoke at Epworth
M. E. Church South, and Rev. R.
L. Fultz, the pastor, preached an appropriate
sermon. Secretary Walter S. Uflford
of the Assoc.ated Charities urged the congregation
of the Mount Pleasant Congregational
Church 10 devote their efforts
to the tight against the plague. This
disease, he said, made a heavy drain
upon the charities of the city.
Methods of Living.
Clean methods of living were advocated
as one of the best preventives by
Myron S. Jones, head of the educational
work of the Y. M. C. A., at the North
Carolina Avenue Methodist Protestant
Church. Rev. T. E. Davis conducted a
special educational service for children
at the Westminster Presbyterian Church.
The necessity of watching children was
urged by Rev. C. S. Abott, pastor of
the Church of the Good Shepherd. He
said the conditions shou.d be guarded
under which children worked, played
and slept, and that they should be properly
clothed and fed.
Rev. J. D. Buhrer of the First Reformed
Trinity German Lutheran Church delivered
a sermon on the general methods
of combating the diseasie.
cRv. George A. Miller preached a special
sermon on "The Survival of the Untittest"
at Ninth Street Christian Church
last night, and at the Metropolitan Presbyterian
Church Rev. Joseph H. Sutherland,
a retired army chaplain, preached
on "Religion and Haelth."
Rev. John T. Huddle, pastor of St.
Paul's English Lutheran Church, preach
, j ed on "The Great White Plague"; Rev.
) C. R. Stetson of St. Mark's Episcopal
i Church, on "Civic Responsibility and So!
cial Service"; Rev. Paul A. Menzel, at
j Concordia Lutheran Church, preached on
alley evils and distributed literature furnished
by the national society; Rev. Mer!
ritt Earl of Congress Heights Methodist
Episcopal Church preached on "The
Great White Plague as Allegorical of the
Great Black Plague."
Advises Sobriety.
Rev. Simon P. W. Drew, pastor of the
Cosmopolitan Baptist Church, advised his
a mi it tn ultstain from f-ciritous Honors
One of the chief causes f the spread of
the disease among both white and colored
people today, he declared, was because
they "spent "so much of their time in
drink and debauchery." He also declared
that many are first afflicted with the disease
through becoming overheated at
da?ees or similar functions and then
passing out into very cold air.
COMMERCE IS INCREASED.
Large Gains Shown in American Exports
and Imports.
If the imports and exports for the last
three months of the current year are in
proportion to those of the nine months
^i? ?
See
THAT'S a little thing for us
to ask?a little thing for
you to do.
But it will mean much to you
?much more than it will mean
to us.
Here's your opportunity to buy
a home of the "worth while" kind
with the money you are now
wasting for rent.
Six large sunny rooms.
Massive colonial front porcl
material.
Southern exposure.
Double oak floors.
Expensive lighting fixtures.
Electric and gas light.
Open fireplace with gas log;
tile facing and hearth.
Special design mantel.
Colonial glass sliding doors.
Beautiful and costly decoratii
Unusually large dining rooi
fixture.
Perfect kitchen, covering m<
than ordinary dining room.
Cold-storage room with p
refrigerator with outside v<
not exposed to the sun.
Entire kitchen and cold-s
walls covered with genuine
Drop table.
Detroit Jewel gas range w
drop and pipe connections
steam and odors from cook
Tile sink with nickel spigots
Spacious kitchen dresser.
To inspect these homes take any 9
Warder and Newton streets?the locat
Home.
SHAN
Look for Oor Green and
| For Sale or Exchange? ?
Detached corner house! ColumV
bia Heights: convenient to 2 lines y
y of cars: lot WbxOO; n rooms; - V
*t* baths; hot-water heat: all large, ?*
? bright rooms; high ceilings; beau- Y
V I W-.v.i.rV.rwllt lal STC V
Lliuny iimsiiru mi wwft..vv.v,
A porches: house alone cost $14,000 to A
A build; built by day labor under A
A personal supervision of former A
A owner; present owner Is out of .*?
A town party and Is anxious to se... A
A or will trade for smaller \property; y
> good opportunity for builder, y
|? Price only $10,000. Call for par- V
f titulars. *j*
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE? |
-r Downtown apartment! 4-story y
y brick structure, new and modern; y
y contains 8 apartments of 5 rooms y
y and bath each; all rented: janitor
? quarters: each apartment has J*
X porch; splendid neighborhood; near A
JL Conn. ave.; annual rental over A
A $3,000. Price, $33,000. Sold or exA
changed subject to a first deed of a
A trust of $20?*>>, which expires in
about two years. We regard this ?>
A apartment as above the average. ??
y For further particulars see us. y
X FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE? *<!
A Five bricks of 5 rooms and bath A
y each; all new and modefn; rented A1
y to select tenant at $19.50 each, A;
y Price of each. $2,000. Sold or y
y traded clear of incumbrance or
y subject to $1,000 on each property. V
*t* Located northwest, on a through j '
X Paved numbered street. y _
| FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE? X ~
? 14th st. business property! 3-story y
X brick building occupying lot 29x140 y
X to 20-ft. a ley: concrete cellar un- y A
A der entire building; rented to one y A
A first-class tenant at $1,200 a year; \ y
A sold or traded subject to $10,000 in- *:*
A cumbrance. Price. $17,500. Take A *t*
y smaller properties and some cash. A y
X FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE? *?
A 14th st. business corner! South A
A of Thomas Circle; 4-story brick A ?*
A building; rent about $3,000 year; A V
y sold subject to trust of $25,000, at A y
y 5 per cent. Price, $50,000. Shou.d A y
? be a valuable corner in the near ! ; V
y future. Will trade for apartments y *:*
or other properties. y /
*. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE? A !
? Pa. ave. property! Large 4-story > *t*
? building of brick and stone con- y A
*t* struction; very large lot; located y f
X In a busy block, and no doubt will V *t*
? steadily enhance; good income pro- ? A
X ducer; sold subject to $8,500 trust ? A
A at 5 per cent. Price, $20,000. Make *1* A
A us a proposition! A f
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE? X
? Preferably for vacant ground, ?
-* L-trtlr Lnildincr nonP J ?* >
have died and one more Is necessary to
complete the study. 1
The difficulty in obtaining it has led
Treasury officials to the conclusion that
monkeys are scarce.
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IWO-BlUiy Ullta uuuui?0 I |
A Thomas Circle: always rented at A y
A $30 per month; free of incum- A Y
A branee. Price only $.1,750. No re- A *t*
> pairs or expenses to owner; just A
V collect rent each month. V A
Y DO YOUR SELLING AND V A
Y TRADING THROUGH US. WE Y A
!t! HAVE ESTABLISHED A REPU- Y
A TATluN FOR EFFECTING FAIR >
A AND ADVANTAGEOUS EX- A. Y
A CHNGES FOR ALL PARTIES A Y
A CONCERNED. GIVE US A <? ?
J* TRIAL. WE SAVE YOU MONEY. A Y
A WE WANT TO LIST YOUR A Y
A NAME AMONG OUR SATISFIED A
V CUSTOMERS. ?
$ Gardiner & Dent, Inc., ? j1
i 812 14th st. n.w. :j: |
A e V
ended September 30 the year will be a
notable one in foreign commerce. y
The imports for the nine months
amounted to $1,333,169,727, an increase of
$200,250,000 over the first nine months of
1911. vThe record year for imports was
1910, with $1,557,0!)0,000 for the entire 1
twelve months. September of the cur- r
rent year shows imports to the value of
1144,900,493, an increase of $10,735,000, as
compared with September, 1911.
Exports during the current year up to '
the end of September amounted to $1,010,100,209,
an increase of $100,058,935 over '
the corresponding period last year. During
1911 exports for the first time in history
reached more than $2,000,000,000.
September exports this year were valued 1
at $199,678,002, an increase of $3,879,000.
Increases in both imports and exports
this year were largely in manufactured
articles.
TREASURY WANTS A MONKEY. '
- . . . ... I
Needed for experiments in urnsade J
on Infantile Paralysis. r
The United States Treasury Depart- \
ment wants to buy a monkey. \
For several days the government has /
been making a fruitless iffort to pro- (!
cure any kind of a monkey, however
common, to be used by the public health
service for experiment in its crusade 1
against Infantile paralyysis, which already
has established the fact that the 1
ordinary ^stable fly is a carrier of the 1
Jioaaiui Th'w monkevs thus <nnnnlut?rt
======s & u
for Yours
IiIh
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Fireless cooker,
h of selected American Radiator C
Gas water heater.
Servants' toilet.
Stone Wash Trays.
Steel beam construct
Front and rear entri
Double rear porches,
s and special Alley in rear.
Three electric lights
cellar.
Five large cellar w
doors.
ons- Round molding,
tn with dome Shower bath.
Tile floor and walls,
are floor area Glass towel bars.
Toilet paper holders
orcelain-lined Razor strop hook,
sntilation and Nickel glass and soa
Medicine cabinet,
itorage room 'Handmade decoratio
i sanitas. Genuine birch doore.
Spacious closets,
ith porcelain Unfinished usable at
to carry off " tilated by two win
Ing. Picture molding in e
i. Transoms over doors
Holland window sha
th street car, get off at Park road, and it is
ion of the properties?overlooking the bea
IVTi^klVT CU I I T/
(X L.LH
White Sign 71
^=S&L=
For Sale or
At a Bargair
This Desirable Detac
Superb Lou
One-half square from Wisconsin a
Near Cathedral School?a f
A block improved by attractive p
by prominent business and pi
Three stories and cellar, cement h
Cellar under entire house, with la
Parlor, reception hall, dining rooi
first flobr.
Five sleeping rooms and attic.
Large tiled bathroom, porcelain
Attractive decorations.
Few houses so well constructed.
Lot 50 by 130 feet.
Stone & Fairfax, 1
-4 4 /\ a
iw>iu uirara
(Colombia 1"
Onie-half Sqoare froi
$30? Cash Bal
A very attractive home;
two baths; lot 150 feet deep
plenty room for stable or gar
TT-^11 Parlor
1st Floor r??m'
kitchei
- - S lare<
2d Floor back 1
each fl
3 larg<
3d Floor house'
for lib
Open Daily and Sunday L
1314- f a:
"SYRUP OF FIGS" FO
BIUOUSNESSII
Better than castor oil, calomel or
stomach, liver and bowels.
for men, women ai
Primitive folks did not need lax- folk
atives. They lived outdoors, ate mea
plenty of fruit, and all of their food was
C v ct
was coarse. We modern people are /p
different. We exercise too little, eflfo
eat little fruit, and our food is too clea
line?too rich. ^ won
We simply can't have our ten Syri
yards of bowels clogged up, liver tate
choked with sour bile and stomach the
full of foul, effete matter and feel | post
well. It means that the food and senr
waste retained in the stomach and you
thirty feet of bowels ferments?de- of
cays. The decay creates poisons, with
gases and acids, and those poisons Ai
are sucked into the blood through Figs
the very ducts intended to suck in on t
the nutriment. Then we have The
sirk headache, become dull, bilious, nam
tongue coated, nervous, meals the'
don't digest, and we feel miserable cont
all over. So we must make our imit;
choice. We must live like primitive dece
elf.
ining Soldiers* Home Park.
Exhibit Home,
HewtoR Place N.W.
n daily and lighted until
o. ju p.m.
Prices:
,975 to $4,259
Small cash payment.
50 to $32.50 a Month
Including all interest.
Jo. hot-water heater.
ion.
Einces to cellar.
and one gas light in
indows and two sash
1
i
.p holders,
ns on walls.
tic (for storage), vendows.
ivery room.
s.
des.
i but a moment's walk (east) to
.utiful grounds of the Soldiers'
:hs, |
3 14tlh St. N.W.
Exchange
i Price
:hed Residence
ition
nd Massachusetts avenues,
ew steps from cars,
rivate residences, occupied
ofessional men.
ouse.
undry and toilet.
rn, pantry and kitchen on
tub, nickel plumbing.
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342 N. Y. Ave.
. St. N.W. I
Heights) |j
ra 114th St. Cars ||
met Monthly l:
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3 stx>ry; 10 rooms and ?
to wide, paved alley; $
age" ii
, reception hall, dining 1*11
with 3 windows; pantry, *?:
i and porch.
: bedrooms, bath and large jt. 1
>orch. A complete flat on 4
oor. 5
? bedrooms, bath and back Y
The back rooms in this 4
are very large and suitable X
rary. Y
rntil 9 O'Clock P.M. |
ukinCoh
r.N.w. I
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R INDIGESTION. 1 i
9 CONSTIPATION. Ill
cathartics to cleanse your '
Harmless Laxative | ]
id children. I 1
s, else we must take artificial j
.ns to move the excess bile and (
te matter on and out of the ?
em. !
he safest most harmless and
ctive stomach, liver and bowel
nser and regulator for men,
nen and children is delicious ,
jp of Figs, which doesn't irri,
gripe or weaken. Its effect is
effect of fruits. It is com- 1
;d entirely of luscious figs,
ta and aroinatics. Don't think
are drugging yourself. Syrup
Figs can be constantly used 1
lout harm. 1
sk your druggist for "Syrup of
i and Elixir of Senna," and see 1
i_ 11 ? ? * ?
ne iai>ei mat it is prepared by j
California Fig: Syrup Com- \ j
r. This is the only genuine? j j
old reliable. Refuse, with
empt, the so-called Fig Syrup 1 .:
ition sometimes offered to ;
ive you.?Advertisement. i' i
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AMTJSEMENrS_
POLITE VAUDEVILLE?:
Ho?t utifsl ThMtrt i* Its#nCt ?
Attractions Equa'ine the $2 Theatre?
Daily Mats.. 26c. Eves.. 26.. 60c. 76*.
| "Miss Dudelsark" Lulu Giaseir
& Co.. with Tl\os. D Richards. in H?;
"First Love" Comic Operetta Kit. Tk?
English Wil'is Family. Tom Dingle .&
I the Esmeralda Sisters. Ruby Raymond
ft Bobby Heath. etc. 8 Bis Novelties
Usi Mesa am Chip ft b ary hKblt
I Felix ft Caire. Lyons ft Ycsco. Four Hftgals.
Olive Briscoe, etc. Election Night.
? 2 shows. Returns Read. Buy Today.
?ii;' ACADEMY H 3 .V?;
i MATS. Tt'KS.. THERS. AND SAT.
I THE LITTLE TEHOtHFOOT
! ? A I'lav AppMllnc t??
I j 4?MASSIN K \n> 4.
1S&. Mutt & Jeff ??,??* * |
THE BIG SIImW! *
BLANCH BAS R1B>
STARS OF STAGELANB.
FRIDAY NIGHT THE ?'GENTRY STORE
Washluatou'* Latest and Newest Novollj.
NEXT WEEK THE PAGEMAKERS
Story of the Reformation
or Life of Martin Luther,
Bj' the Lutheran Y'onnp People of the fitj.
NATIONAL UIFEES' ARMORY.
* t>it; ?; st. n.w.
Triumphal !*rooe??iotis. lIKtoric Dialoguaa.
Dnuntif Scenes. I-'itie Singing. Lecture witi
Stereoptteon Views. >
Wed., Oct. 3d and Fri., Nov. 1st. at S o'chnk
p.m. Tickets. .A" cents. No reserved seats.
betaTco ;;',f
LEW FIELDS IVesents
William CollierIN
MJP^IPO SAV HiTIIP
1 N 1L, V !L->iJX cwni U H-y U U-? (A
New Play in Three Acta l?y W. H. Past aed
William Peltier.
Wed. A Sat. Main.. 25o t<> $1.."?<>: night*. ."jOe to f'J.
B"VfHVVWp*^NMfeT<inlgiit -.Jj
I M 111 11 * Matinee* at 2*111.
B3sJL3UU|AUm* Thursday.
"Every Tittle Movement lias a Meaning
All lta Own."
Woods, Kraree & l/-d'*rer Present
MADAM SInllMV
The Laughing Si i Cress uf Twe? Continents.
NEXT WEEK -"THE STKoXOKIt CLAIM." ,
s!|i
Zimbalist z j
'&* Wednesday <
Seats on sale at T. Arthur Smith s ttsin- J
tiers A- Staynnim. 1X27 K m. 4
national
Jos M. Unites Presents
OUR WIVES
The famous comedy of "Sex" all Europe is
laughiug at. "Funniest play ever written."?
Kaiser Wilbclui. f
rLIEIBtDEF";"^
J= HE PACIFIC COAST
Xoveiulier 7, Yellowstone I'ark. Trices, &VC>
75c.
NEXT WEEKlS; KSst'.
A. II. Woods' Supreme M'tt*i<-itI <H'eiu5
GYPSY LOVE
The Frauz Lebar International Comic Opera Success.
fast and ensemble, loo. Orchestra of So.
^ l-7?1&95n
l?4*nri '
All This Week Tun l*?-rf<o'in:itie-s l?ail>,
Astound tn^ 'hardeenE^
Feats of AMi Kins.
uwi: m<;t;i\s a t o..
IN* "MAltY KKI.I.Y'S 1'KAT'X."
The Makareitku T>no. the Williams lfrotli<+?.
Mile. Kspey. tii" tJr-at K<|irlil riste; lie- Oriole
Im?> and 4ot?n T. Murray. I'an -inr fo-iedia::.
Special?Two Performances Kir li.m Ni'-tht. Heturns
hv I.i used Wire.
GAY ETY
Two Performances Iltik be
THE GAIETY GIRLS
Headed by that sao-st ,.f >; rman Fouiediana,
GUS FAY
Ami a Bri'liant fast of < oiuedy Pri nopals.
NK.VT WKKK TiiK CINCFi: Clltl.S
S|M-eial FRKK CABtlJKT. Kbs-tbm N'iidlt.
from II to 1 a.m. I.-asnl v ire for returns.
MFSIf?KII'ST INF. NATIONAL Of AIW. n f.
Band or orchestra can lie encased for all occasions.
Address jos It t'VMiWKIX. Leader.
'' 1* s* limn# M-.iti 4'Si.V t.l*
GLOVKK'S. ~"od ST. X.W. I'll! LKSSOXS
50c; waltz and 2-step. guar. in > lessons: . last
ami daiu*e Turn.. Thin*.. Sat. cios.. 50c; tin.
ballroom: rent, fli; orchestra. I'limir \V. 112'.
YVASHIXCTOX'S \K\V DAXPIXtJ STPDIO Miss
<H APPKIJiAlt. ml st. n.w. Terms,
tj lessens. $2.r?t. Dance at the Arcade every
Thnrs. eve. Phone X. est4. 28*
ASSEMBLY DAXCKS Till K & SAT. KVK.. XAT.
Itirtes' Armory: coininuoiis dancing. S:30 (o 1"
DAVISOX'S ACADEMY. 710 6th n v.. Bost< a
and all dan'-es taught nuv lionr. I'll M. 4?>H4.
ASSEMBLY DAXCKS EVKKY SAT. KVK.. H:.'t?
to 12. I'rof. Wr rid hum's. sir! 12tli i: w. IVach"a
all dunces. lesson. 5oe: ! for $2.5*1; private,
any hour. All pupils fmll 11 Ph M. MSP.
PKIVATK DAXCIX'i SCHDOL.
Only One Taught at a Time.
Latest Dances. I'olL Dances.
Belasco Theater ton floor. Select St. Wsi-T.
EXCURSIONS.
KENSINGTON.
Ccru from 15th and N. Y. sve. far Zoo. Che*?
~bas* and Country Clubs. Connect at Lake with
Kpfidpffton llrp
? ?:?: ?s
SPIRITUALISM.
iIEETIN'C MON? WHO., FIJI., s |\M. SH.VKF;
a niMr-hage to eaeli: dally readings. Mt'.
MAI.TBY. 8>'7 Mt. Vernou ??!. n.w. Main ItTia;
I For Rent I
502 & 504 1
llth St. N.W. I
BETWEEN K AN1> E. M
TWO NEW STOREROOMS, fi
WITH CELLARS. t:
E; Located in one of the busiest see- 8
E: tions of the city; a location where i*
EI you can do business, sell your g
E: goods without advertising. V.
The people are there, brought g
I; there by the advertisements by g
; sevridl UL lUC laif^csi tuuiuicii Id: i
I houses iti the city?Moses & Son, J;
; Woodward & L,othrop. Berry & | ;
' Wh.tmore Barber & Ross, Palais J:
Royal. Near tie city post office *:
and Star office, etc. 1 ;
We offer D02 1 Ith st.. storeroom -j ;
with cellar, with six-room apart- ] ;
ment above.
504 11th st., storeroom with cellar,
hot-water heat.
The fronts are modern and at- ;
tractive. . :
The storerooms are bright and 1
cheerful, metal ceilings, toilets, etc. X
Reasonable rentals to reliable |
tenants. ; |
Stone & Fairfax, if
1342 lew York Ave. |
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