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RED CROSS STAMPS STARIT STAMPSNOT
IT FOR POSTAGE POSTASEPublic
Public p ublic lIc Reminded of Common CommonError CommonIF CommonError
IF Error Before Annual AnnualSale AnnualSale AnnualSale
Sale Begins BeginsPICK BeginsPk Beginsr BeginsPknse
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Pk PICK stick your Red Oee Christ Christraap OhrfstZB ChrlstS61t1
raap ZB seal OH oR die he beck of your ye r letter in instead Inst In Instd ¬
st stead of f at t the tppe upper rightnand rlg rtgkt t DtI corner cornerof cornrof comerof
of U Ute e envelope exvdopoartd and iMea please e please dont dontttrtnJc dontjUst don t tthSnc
ttrtnJc jUst because President Preet ent Taft and andthe andthe andbe
tstro t the be fftgjed e4 States Government are arCfoe
strong stro foe r R Reel d Crocs work that buying buyingRed buyingRetI
Red Cross Cro Cr seas aeabt Absolves ab abeol olYeS es you from buy buyIDj
Inj lag postage po tage tagenIB stasis stasisThfe staapsTbis
nIB is the tiletearful tearful appeal which rncle rncleSrila LncIES
SajH S a makes to the ssfUions of Ms people peoplewb peopleWho p1e
Who wb 1 oeatrlbwte oen ilMtte their peaJ pennies ea t u to the an 3nnua1 annual
nttai sale Ie of Bed Cross Cro Christmas Christmasstamps ChristmasstaMp Christmas5Lasnps
stamps He warns them to buy the theseals thEseats
seals seRi but last Christmas poMot postofnce MISt tftce ice em empfeyes emPJe38S employees
pfeyes wgte wer w re drtHa drhr to detraction cU8tnLctioneq6e be becatlse
eq6e ot the number of 1ettefawhIch 1ettefawhIchbore 1etterswhl 1etterswhlbore
bore only Red Cross CrG S seals It was an anat
noticed nou ced at the nwetinp meettn of ef the District DlstrlctRed DistrictRed
Red Cross Cro s Society yesterday at the home homeo homeof
of o W J T Boardman that the publicmast public publiCmust
must be reamed with regard regar to using usingRed usingRed usingRed
Red Cross Cro 8 seals seaJsor for postage po tage stampsTIM stampsThe stamps stampsThe
The Christmas Christmas sale of tamps will be besla be1B
gin 1B to Washington on December Dece btt 6 6when 6wbeR
wbeR when Red Cross Cros seal stations will be beopened beopened beopened
opened 1nlargE in large stores and public build buildlags buildThl buildis
lags is This Thl sale will be conducted under undertie underUte underthe
the tie auspices of the District of ofyCoiumbta ofyCoiumbtaR Columbia ColumbiaRed oIumbt oIumbtRtid
R Red d Cross Cro Society which test y Year ar real realceeds realhOd realizod
hOd izod S1M1 4 Oft the ask Je the entire pro proceeds proceeds
ceeds of which whic were devoted to the pre prevention prevenUoll prevention ¬
vention of o tuberculosis tuberculosisAt tu6erCGIo8isu
At u the aeett meeting me yestet yesterday dty afternoonand afternoon afternoonand afternoonaad
and presided pre Jaeod over by the District chair chairman chairInaJa chairman ¬
man I Dr > r Norcross files Strong super snperinteadeat super1QtcIMient superintendent
inteadeat of the District Red Cross Day DayCasp DayCaJilp DayCamp
Camp Dr Percy Hfckling Dr Sophie SophieNordtxffJan SophieX SophieNordtiffTung
NordtxffJan X NordtiffTung i l frJUDg Mrs Boards Boardn an Mrs MrsNora MnNM MrsNora
Nora NM NorthMcLaugbnn Dr 34 L J JShields JSbields T TSIIIekIs
Shields and Mtes II8B Mabel Boardman were wereamong werea wereamong
a among noD the speakers of the afternoon afternoonMtes afterroenMiss afternoondIss
Miss dIss Boardman explained the endowment endow endowment endowQent ¬
ment fund movement by which the Na National National National ¬
tional Red Cross Society hopes to raise raisea raisepermanent
a permanent endowment endo t fuof fund of iNi iNipian III
Mfc 8J The plan of o the organization Is to toask toask toask
ask 3 a per capita contribution of otc 1 1ceats 1cents >
cents c ats from every city of more than thanp thanThe
MMX HtJXt population populationThe p MIMIIatlonanRuaI
The The annual sa nae raeedntr meetJn < of the th National
Red Cro CrON s Society will wi l open December Decemberat < iat
at Continental Co oatinegtai Uftehta1 Memorial HalL President
Tatft who is president pnsId nt also of the Red
Cross Cr es Society of America is scheduled ukd
to make the opening speechSTATES speech speechSTATES s sSTATES
STATES TO CONFER CONFERON CONFERON CONFERON
ON IMMIGRATION IMMIGRATIONWestern I11MIGRATIQN I11MIGRATIQNWestern IJVIMIGRATIONWestern
Western Governors and Commis Commissioners Commissioners Commissioners ¬
sioners Will Be Called Cal1e To Toe
I gether At St 1 1I Louis LouisSPRINGFIELD Louis LouisSPBJNGFIRLIX LouisSPRINGFIELD
SPRINGFIELD Mo Nor M JIDYKa JIDYKatIoa5 1Invitations InvKa InvKattens
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conMnfectonGTS COIIUIIi steIIe ta the central west and andsouthwest andsouthwest andsouthwest
southwest States to attend a conference
in St LouIs to obtain national nationaltloR ie teglste teglstetfcw 1sla 1slaflea
flea which will w l send desirable de lrabJe hand immigrants JlBII JlBIIgrants handgrants ¬
grants from the congested esteel eastern cities citiesto clUesto citiesto
to the undeveloped tqMiv middle west will
be gent se t out soon by Governor Hadley H8 ley
The action will be taken take at the re request rechest ¬
quest of Jour H Ii Curran chief com comanasioner comrnieetoner
anasioner of the State board ieCof ieCofmIgratIea of im imznigratJon iatf
znigratJon of f Missouri X eotIrl Although the theeatMt UteeIIet thenot
eatMt dntse d e as not been decided the thecenter thewill thesneerin
sneerin g will prababty y ite heW ia De December December
cember centerThe cemberThe cemberThe
The fact that President Taft recently
declared he would favor any plan which whichwould wttlchwould whichwould
would result in diverting dlTertm immigrants
from the crowded cities to the western westernagricultural
agricultural country is evidence that
the proposed JKOPO ed plan will be aided by the thenations thenations thenations
nations Chief Executive ExeclltlveOnly ExecutiveOnly
Only Out BRO3IO QUININE QUIXI QUIXIThat
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SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESDISSOLUTION NOTICESDISSOLUTION
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP PARTIIoERSHIPeke
Notice eke is hereby given that the partner partDerp
sjrip p heretofore existing ng between Emmet
P Bwtye B yea and E E Robinson RoblD8 ll trading
as E P Bunyea Company has been
dissolved dIIteol ed E P BUXYEA BtD
November 9th 9thTHE It t 1 ili iliTFLE t
TFLE THE DEWEY HOTEL 14th L streets street
N W is now open for the season
Special weekly and Bd monthly rates Call
and look at rooms re ms M IlL O W TV V
BROWN BROWXTHE BROWNTHE BROWNTHE
THE THERXEB2CTH TIiI1t H SEMIANNUAL SDI UAL
dividend of twoandonehalf andonehalf 2 per percent cr crcpt
cent has been n declared on the preferred preferredstock preferredstock
stock of the Washington aah tOl1 Railway I Iof
Electric ot Company > y from the net earnings
of the th Company payable December 1 t
191 ISM + 1 to preferred stockholders steckb4 klers of record recordon r recordon rd rdon
on November ic 1319 1319Books
Books tci fc th the e transfer of preferred preferredstock preferredst preferredstO I
stock st stO ck k will te 1e e dosed from November 17
3SM 19 to December 1 IMS both dates in inclusive ¬
clusive F F Fe J WHITEHEAD WHITPHEADSecretary WHITEHEADSecretary WHITEHEADSecretary
Secretary
A dividend of one De l per cent has
been 1 een declared on the common mon stock of
the Washtesi WaahlDttl1 R Railway k Electric El < < trlc t
Company p payable yaM December 1 351 19 1910 out outof ou outof I
of the n BtproAtsoftbeCompanyfortlte net t proats of the Company for the
half year ended R4Ied June 30 110 to common commonstockholders commonsto commonstockholders
stockholders sto kbolcles of record at the dose cIo e of e I
business November 9elllber 16 110 110Books Il11Books tIe tIeBook8
Books for the t e transfer tn iater of common commonstock commonstock
stock win be dosed from November II19i 17 1719M 171 S
19M 19i to December DeceJR er 1 CTHl BIi both dates in inclusive Inelusive ¬
elusive F F J T WHITEHEAD WHITKHEADs WHITEHEADSeereta17 WHITEHEADSecretary
s Secretary SecretaryHATS Seereta17I SecretaryHAF
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Counselor of the State Department BepartmentStricken DepartmentStricken
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At Montreal MontrealCOUNSELOR MontreaLCOUNSELOR MontreaLCOUNSELOR
COUNSELOR HOYT HOYTIN HOYTIN DOYTIN
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State Department Official Still Ser Seriously Seriously ¬
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representative hi a reciprocity aegotia aegotiatJons aegotlatIoD8 aegotiatioas
tJons in Montreal Canada when he was wasstricken 13stI1eken wasstricken
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ADDRESS BY DR SULLIVAN SULLIVANSome SULLIVANSome SULLIVANSome
Some Irish Contributions to Early EsrJyAmerieaa EMJyAmerJen EarlyAmerican
American History HI totT was the subject of ofaa Qran ofan
an address by Dr Michael JI baei X Sullivan Sullivanat Sullivanat
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in tin movement mo ement to which OJ3nvtiI OranvRHs GranviligHunt
I Hunt chairman rman of the conventions OMU OMUmitt camMittee
mitt Mittee e of the Chamber plodgedthe pledged theI the sup n nport
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Meeting K Next ext Monday MondayMr
Mr Bunt today called a meeUn mo meeting tlnp of ofthe ofthe ofthe
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today tod t with W V Cox chairman of the theWasfeiagton tlaeWa9l theWa
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preciation of the way In n which Wash Washington tsshinston ¬
ington 1 OD business buslne men had interested interestedthemselves InterestedUaem interestedthemselves
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project and also her belief that she shewouM shewould I Iou I
would ou soon be b4 able to go before her herfinancial herSttandal I IABDda1
financial friends in the East and the thecountry uecountry thecountrr
country at large Ja e for the balance of the thefund thefund theland
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Mr Hunt today toda ropeated his Interest Interestin Interestla
in the plan laB and asserted that it tvouK tvouKbe wocMbe vroulrbe
be aid before the conventions CODYeDt n committee commit committee committee ¬ I
tee at its meeting meetn = Monday oooay nlht nl ht withi withbig with withfcta
i big recommendation T m ooatlon that immediate immediateteps
I Isteps steps s b taken to organize a camp campaign Jgn J
to secure subscriptions ubs rl t1ons not only from frommembers frommembers I
members of the Chamber mber and other otherbusiness otherbusinesS otherbusiness
business men of the city but also from fromevery fromevery
every e ry resident of the District Di trkt He said saidthat s saidthat Jd Jdthat I
that since talking ta1ktn with Mrs Dimock Dlrnockyesterday Dimockyesteorday Dimockyesterday
yesterday he had bad Interviewed d a number numberof numberof numberof
of officers of the Chamber and a that thateach thateach thateach
each had expressed expre red keen interest
The consensus of opinloc of men menwhose menwhose menwhose
whose Interest in the movement was wasstirred wwsstlrr wasstirred
stlrr stirred d bjj bJ the announcement in The
Times Tlm tha t that Mrs DImock had al already Mready ¬
ready secured s cttred red subscriptions subscrlptj ns amoupt amoup
iris hi to 114401 1440 14 is that Washington has
been offered a 2IOcoention 2 11 tOf convention j
hall at a tenth t th of its cost co and thatoncethtstnct that thatonce thatonce
once oncethtstnct tiltsfact is HIdJfn dJfn cfenfirall ra1l acid ia C1 cites clCaCitrunderstood citesunderstood
understood Jt will tvfl not be long longbeforo longbeforoall before beforeall bitforwin 1
all will awaken to the theu theunusual unusual asual opjjorr
tmtity which Mrs DImock has brought brought1tp
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Settle At New N v York Yorkfor Yorkfor
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cactomo Cronies duties 1lda at any 1Iy pert was set seth setIre sete
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Of tile record amount of duties col collected coIJeeted en enleeted ¬
lected Mrs r8 Collie P Huntington Huntingtonwidow HUJlUI1Ston1 HUJlUI1Ston1widow Huntingtonwidow
widow of f tb Ute California CUforaJarlload ralrvad rai > i > Ad mag magsate magJIte megsate
sate contributed CODtrR utecl 48 CMI MI M th the largest sum Slmeower sumever am amever
ever paid by on ODe person per on in this this port portor portr portor
or r any other This represented the duty dutyon dutyon
on three declarations which covered her fltrrown
own baggage bs age and that of o her son sonArcher sonArdler
Archer Huntington and Mrs rs Archer ArcherHuntington ArcherHuntington ArcherHuntinSlOft
Huntington The goods consisted eon t ted most mostly mostly j
ly of workp wor of art and wearing apparel
Young y ouns Hoottnston Ho tl tonbrouKht brought over a col collection colIectioI1 1
lection of rare postage stamps valued valuedat Tluedat valuedat
at 9Bt to > > He supposed he would otakI have haveto haveto I
to t pay d duty ty on n it a and a was surprised 3 surprisedwhen rprlsed s swhen t twftea
when he learned Je rned that there was no DOtarW notariff j
tariff on postage po tare stamps canceled or orotherwise orotherwise
otherwise othe otherwiseMrs e eJir j t i
Mrs Jir Cornelias Vanderbilr E anderbiP and her herchildren bercAlWretr herchildren
children Grace and 8cI Cornelius Jr aloowere a1eowere also alsowere
were pasnen passengers ers Mrs Vanderbilt Van eritllt paid paidbetween pekIBetween paidbetween
between tteltl 4em M3 and lid 5009 i1O i in duties prin principa1fr principafly j
cipally on wardrobe Mrs R A Van Vanwk j I 1
wk T lok and the Misses E and K Van VanWyclt VanWck VanS
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ART Gor C0MISSION C0MISSIONSERVICE1 r lssION
BEGINS SERVICE SERVICEI SERVICE1 SERVICE1First
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I Lafayette alayette s square + Were and th the future CllttlrCrthe f the theJolm theJoln
Jolm Barry monument may both be determined de determined e eterml ¬ I
termined terml e < l tonwrrow wheat wh hf n l the newly created cre creted created
ated ted connleslon commis ion of fine arts holds itsIlrst its itsnrst
nrst rst meetingThe meeting meetingThe ID Un UnThe I
The oomntfflsioa will enter upon its itsauthorized ItJIauthorlzed 1 1authorized
authorized duty of ad a4nacaItout vMag about the thelocation thelocation thelocation >
location of m m4dela defe for stataesT statues f fountains fotlBtalnsand fountainsand onatainsand
and monument to tithe the CapitalArtists Capital CapitalArtists i iArtfsUI
Artists of the Capital have e high hopes hopesof MptSof hopesof
of having their particular bob s roc rccomnended rocontmended i iomrended
omnended Ity it the commission madtl 6ola and thensee they theyee thEJee
see ee visions vI ions of othe the removal of Ute fence fencearound fencearftund fencearound
around tb the Botanic gardens of the low lowering lowering ow ¬ I IconDS
ering of the pedestal of Ole SbermnDlOIIument Sherman Shermanmonument Sisermanmonument
monument south of o the Treasury of ofthe ofthe t tUM
UM the replacing of the CogsatpeH fountain iumainat tDuutaJnat fountainat
at Seventh street ad Pennsylvania VtPenaayivaniaavenue Pennsylvaniaavenue lvania lvaniaaenue
avenue and anda a score of other artistic re reforms refOrm reforms ¬
forms formsThe fOrm fOrmTbe formsThe
The Tbe president preslde t of the eonunfeeon eoIIUI 8etOn is isDaniel IsDaniel isDaniel
Daniel H Burnbam the distinguished dfaxinguishedCfeicasoan cllaJtiDKuiahedC1IIeagOJl distinguishedChicagoan
Chicagoan and hi his eolloague E are areFrederick aTeFreda1ck areFrederick
Frederick Law Olmsted OIJD8t of Br cokl1ne cokl1neMaas rokllneMass okllne okllnearchitect
Mass who Is a ieadfag Jea JaD landscape landscapearchiteet acape acapettecti
architect ttecti Thomas Hastings th t the New Newate NewYork NewYork
York arclbitect arcntt t who fiengned the San Senate Sanate
ate and House office buildings iW Daniel DanielC
C French the New York sculptor sculptorFrancis 8CUtptorFraacis sculptorFrancis
Francis D Millet the painter who wholives wholives
lives in Washington Wu Wa hiagto t Architect lebj t Cass CassGilbert Casson CassOf I
Gilbert on I rt of New N York ork Charles Moore Moorea Moor MooreQftrolt
a a Detroit et at buaiiieeB 1MJ tRe m can a and CoL Spenc Spencer SpencerCosby r rCosby
Cosby U S 3 A superintendent e deDt of ofButMings ofBufMlngs ofBuflsings t
ButMings and Grounds IB the National NationalCapttaL NationalCapitaL NationalApproving
CapitaL CapttaLApproving CapitaLAppro1ng
Approving a deslKn deal < < n for the JohnBarry John JohnBarry J JBL
Barry BL monument is the immediate im lat ta k kof kor kof
of the commission comm lon An appropriof approprla approprlaof appropr126OO
of i 60000 eoc i has already alrEad been made for furthis j i
this work I
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KNOW YOUR CITY CITYPROGRAM CITYPROGRAM CITYPROGRAM
PROGRAM ARRANGED ARRANGEDThe
The program for the second session of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Know Y Your tr City ty Institute ID tttvte which whichwin 1rhlchwm whichwits
win be held tomorrow at the Y W C A Arooms A Ar AfiIhW
r rooms fiIhW tmr was wail announced today MI MIBWzabeth 1le 1leeth Dfiaaliizabeth
BWzabeth eth jPV F Pierce TV will preside pie lde and andMiss anaMl9S aiidMiss
Miss Jean Cole will WI direct the t e program programAmong program4m programAmong
Among 4m R the speakers wilkbe willf e Dr Henry Henr HenrL HenrJ
L 4 Lewis Lewl Captain Thomas H tMclieg McKe M MdJa
Adjutant dJa ant Loofee L ul C M L Br Brazfer Braif + aiferof r of the Sal Salvation Satvatten Sal ¬
vation Army Ar ArmyMm Mrs w J Jr r Boardmanlatad Botrn2nmnotMrs Boftraman Boftramanand
latad and others The session ses lon will begin at atDR
141 1 oclock oclockDR oe oeDR
DR CLAYTON AT MENS CLUB CLUBi
Dr J T B Clayton addressed addre lllled the Menta MentaCtab Jen JenClub ena enaChI I
Club ChI of the Eighth Street Temple last lastRight lastiiiaht t tJt
Right Jt on What Vh t Shall U We Do With Our OurBoys OurBoys
Boys In the theab5ence absence of the president presidentD pcesidentD I
D J T Kaufman KauJman Dr Abram Simon pre pretrtded presided
sided Wtd
WIFE IS ARRESTED ARRESTEDON ARRESTEp ARRESTEDON
ON MURDER CHARGE CHARGECOIUMBtrS CHARGEr
COIUMBtrS COLL afBCS Ohio Nov Novor 164ccus 164ccusof 4 cus cusof
of murdering murdeodn her husband nt rrbu 1ra Sras aa aafirst i t tfirst t
first reported T v rtetl to be a sulcide sptdie41jre EtttdWulhoHand Etti EttiMulhoHand Etttd EtttpIuiholland
MulhoHand a twaattlnr widow wldo of twenty twentyeteht tw twentyeight nty ntyelht
eight is i under Mler arrest Tea here hereSfcp heresty hereSk
sty Sk viH ill bo tak taken i back ek tt 1 Jnc Iack Iackcounty r rcounty = y ycounty
county W Va a t 14 < j Hate JUe the ere elwi Her Herbrothor HtrlrOUtttr Herbother
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TO LECTURE ON JAPAN JAPANCameron JAPWCameron JAPANCameron I
Cameron Johnson will deliver d an r rlustrated 1 1lustrated flustrated
lustrated lecture on Japan Sands Snadavevening S ada y y yevening
evening at the Fourth Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch P PresbytertaatChurch ertatL ertatLChurea
Church Thirteenth and Fairmonstreets Fatrmorr Fatrmorrstreets Falrmonstre
streets stre ts northwest The lecture t1lre coni conimenccs com commences commences
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