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2 THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALD SATURDAY DCEDU 3f iSfO f
The 1 The Thearket TheMarket
Market Marketof arket Market iarkeiCleanliness Marketof arket arketof
of ofEconomies L of ofEconomies ofEconomies
Economies A Cleanliness Cleanlinessturfa CleanlinessSaturday CleanlinessSaturday
Saturday turfa J Morning G Specials SpacialsOn I IOR
On Sale SaltUntil SaleUntil SaleUntil
Until 12 oClock loon loonAlways boonAlways NoonAlways
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Always Choice Quality QualityAlways QualityAlways QualityAlways
Always Sanitary Methods MethodsAlways MethodsAlways MethodsAways
Always Lowest Prices PricesFancy PricesFanoy PricesFancy
Fancy Iamb legs L gs yearling yearlingFancy Ib Ibl00 Ibl00Fancy lOc lOcIb l0cFancy
Fancy Lamb Hindquarters yearling t tFancy lb l0cFancy lOc lOcIb 10cFancy
Fancy Lamb Chops ChopsPrime lb 12i2c 12i2cIb 12Y20Prime 121zaPrima
Prime Rib Roast RoastNewport Ib 12V2c 12V2cIb 12Y2oNewport 12i2aNewport
Newport Rib Roast boneless and fatless fatlessFresh lb 18c 18cIb 180Fresh 18cFresh
Fresh Pork Shoulders small smallCorned Ib 12VoO 12VoOIb 121120Corned 121 ac acCorned
Corned Pork Shoulders small smallSmoked lb 12120 12120Ib 121120Smoked 12iZaSmoked
Smoked Pork Shoulders Shoulders small smallPork lb 121ZcPork 12i2c 12i2cIb 12120Pork
Pork Roast Roast lean and young 4 4Pork lb 13c 13cIb 130Pork 13cPork
Pork Chops lb He HeSTORES 140STORES 14cSTORES
STORES CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAYOLD MONDAY MONDAYA MONDAYOLD MONDAr
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Will appear in tomorrows edition of ofTHE ofTHE ofTHE
THE WASHINGTON HERALD HERALDORDER HERALDORDER 1 1III
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PLAN PLAN PUBLICITY PUBLICITYSubcommittees FOR PROJECT PROJECTSubcommittees I ISubcommittees
Subcommittees of C of C to Make MakeEeports MakeReports MakeReports
Reports Tuesday Tuesdayaicnns Tuesdaynenns TuesdayMean
aicnns Mean of Arousing Interest in inGeorge laGeorge inGcorgc
George Washington Memorial MemorialUnll Memorialhail lemor1nlnnll
hail to Be Discussed DidcusaedTbe DbcusaedThe DiscussedThe
The Georgo Washington Memorial Hall Hallcommittee Hallcommlttoo Hallcomrnittea
committee from the Chamber of Com Comm CommoMce Commeerce
m moMce rc will meet in the rooms of the theChamber theChambor theChamber
Chamber on Tuesday evening next at the thecall thecall thecall
call of the chairman Granville M Hunt Huntto Hunt Huntto Huntto
to receive reports of aubcommlttees which whichhave whichhave whichhave
have had detaIls of plans under conrtdor conrtdoration conBidoratJon conekieration
ation for several days daysThe daSThe daysThe
The subcommittee on publicity and edu education oducallon education ¬
cation callon of which O P Newman Ic 1 chair chairman ehalrman ehairman ¬
man ha baa made a preliminary survey of oftho ofthe ofthe
the field with dUl a view to arranging arran for a aplan 811an aplan
plan of action A pamphlet setting forth forththe forththo forththe
the purpose and benefits b6ae ls of the memorial memoriallias memorIalbas memorialbas
bas been suggested un ted for wide distributionExtension distribution distributionExtension dlstrlbuUonIxtenaion
Extension of ideas s among the citixen by bymeans bymeans bymeans
means of school children and by a massateeting mass massmeeting ma mameeting
meeting of delegates from organisations organisationssocfotieg orpn1atlonl5OCletle organlaaUonasocieties
societies churches and similar bodies bodiesalso bodiealso bodiesalso
also have been considered const er l as means of ofarousing ofarousing ofarousing
arousing citixens to a full realisation re of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the great benefits that must accrue to the thecity thecit thecity
city from such a building buildingTho buildingTho buildingThe
Tho jommfttoe oc1mltt e has displayed the great groatest greatest gr08test ¬
est activity in its preparatory work and andhas andbu andhas
has prepared its plans P1l in proportion to tothe tothe tothe
the magnitude of the undertaking The Thework ThoWork Thework
work of the committee on tho next night nightof nlehtor nightof
of meeting will be to prepare a tentative tentativeplan tentaUvplan tentativeplan
plan to submit to tho Chamber of Com Commerce Commeres Commerce ¬
merce at an early o date dataMAY dateMAY dateMAY
MAY HAVE IrA VE TO OPERATE OPERATELittle OPERATELittle OPERATELittle
Little Change in Condition of Bar Barones llnronesli Baroness
ones Hengelmnller NotedIf Noted NotedIf NotelI
If the condition of Baroness von On Hen Henpelmuller HenelmuIler Hengelmuller
pelmuller elmuIler who wh is critically III at theAustrian the theAustrian
Austrian Embassy in Connecticut ave avenue avenue ayenue ¬ I
nue does not Improve within tho next nextfew nextfew
few fW days the physicians after a consul consultation consultation consultation ¬ I
tation have decided that an operation willbe will willbo willbe
be necessary In this event it is probable probablethat probabletha probablethat
that tha t she will be removed to a hospital hospitalThe hospitalTh hospitalThe
The Th baroness rested re better yesterday yesterdayrmt yestertlayut yesterdaybut
but ut she h Is still feverish feverishA feverishConstipation feverishConsti
Constipation Consti pall oii oiiMunyons I IMunyons
A Munyons Paw PawPaw r 8 w wPaw wPaw
Paw PiUs are un unlike unlike unlike ¬
like all other laia laiai laxatives laistives
i tives or cathartics catharticsThey CBthartlcsThey catbarticsThey
They coax the liver liverInto UrerJnto liverr
r t Into activity by gen genI genUe gent1e
I tie methods They Theydo Theydo Theydo
do not scour they theydo theydo
do not gripe they theydo theydo theydo
do not weak weaken D bat batthey butthey bntthey I
Brol they do start aU too tbesecretions tooferetions then
secretions retions of the theliver theher t h c cs
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s s liver and aj stomach in ina ina ina
o a way that soon soonputs soonruts
ruts puts these organs orgllDsn organsin
in in n a healthy condi condition CODdltlon condition ¬
tion and corrects correctsconstipation correctCOD8t1 orrectsconstipation
constipation constipationMiinyons COD8t1 constipationMunyons plltion plltion1Junyons
Miinyons PawP PAwPaw w Pile are a tonic tothe to tothe tothe
the stomach liver and UII nerves They Invigorate in invigorate InTfgorate ¬
vigorate Instead of weaken they enrich enrichtbe enrichthe enrichthe
the blood instead of impoverish it they theyenable thoyenable theyenable
enable the stomach to get t all tho nourish nourishment noumhment nourishment ¬
iget
ment from food tbnt IB igetput put into it itTbese itpHis ItThese
These pills contain nt1in no cnlosael calomri no dope dopethey dopenre dopethey
they are soothing healing and stimu stimulate stimulating stimulateThey at at2os ¬
ing They school 8clt of 1 the bowels h els to act tisf1r4 with withr with4i
r r4 4i St L pSsy pule c Price 1rlec5 3 centsw cents centsBrol
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WEATHER CONDITIONS CONDITIONSC I
u S Dept of Agriculture Asrleu1 Weather WU Hr Bureau BureauWashington D DWIUhinctoa 1h ea eaWasht
Washington Washt toq Friday Frida Dtc 33 1908 ix m mby m mThe mThe
The IOIIthem abeam baa ys JAWd ed into the Atlantic AUaAtietr Atlantictry
by vray of the Canadian maritime prorinces with withmoch W1thmue withmode
mode ineraml intercity and satxnl rates aDd aadSHOT aDdIIOW3 andaatoa9
SHOT Itwreday night coat of the Mtetarippi lower JU1ftweN lowertmu j jwere
were followed fr daring Friday Frida by rapidly 1 riiog rlsog ilea Pftdauinc ileaamR 1 1wre
amR wre dealing weather and a decided faU ta tern teMperatmcs tarnperataros j jpafaterea
pafaterea which lAtter howerer bowew are not umwaUy 1IMI IaUlow
tow tonight except from tb Ute Lake region outward rMmiadwbeov outwardwtoaro wudwtt
wtoaro they range from 8 to 2 I decent below the thaasaaooal thea theOfC theaaL3onal
asaaooal averajc averajcOrcr a aYTaaleOre
Orcr Ore the grout grantor r portion of UM wortara half of the tteooentry 1Mcoatrr theoemttry
ooentry tto Ui baa bean a marked died praasore fan fl1l1 at ateompuded UCDDpuaIed acenmpaaied
eompuded by a decided rite in taarwratare to ni eatnro to tomath to1BBCb toate
math al abova re aormal canal ooh but also by atMsolly atMsollydear emJ emJeI senomlbelnr
dear weather except tB pt in the Noribweat orthwaat lid in the themiddle thoH themiddle
middle and northern diatricU west t of the Itocfcy lockyMormtaiae ItocfcyMonataina ltock1YCIGDtaiD
Monataina mete ere there were local raia rtJDa and MOW MOWTh mows IaOWThe mowsThe
Th The western dpr deInMIm de a rnkn tton will BHKC eaat eastward nM at attended atteD attmded ¬
tended by CBOWS mow e ewe r the northern and soowa and aadrains JDCII andmina
rains over the oagr central 1 districts dlstrkta covering nvin the North Northwe Northwent
we went the Upper Mtetasippi 1Ut MlnI 1 Valley Ya1 and te the UppoLake Uppar UpparLake UppocL > <
Lake icfioo jaatmday tunIa and acteodiDg Saturday Sabu y nl night DilhtaDd nightand it itand
and Sunday into the Ohio VaJUey alJeJ the Lower Low Ia3 Ia3region Lake IclelfIiaa Lakeie
ie region ka and probably the Middle Atlantic e States StatesLocal StatLocal StatesLeal
Local mows will also continue Satoday tanh in the theMiddle theYJddIe theMMdte
Middle and Northern Plateau while IB New Eng England ltiMgland ¬
Jud land the South Soutlt aDd South Southwelt the weather will bo togenerally bogewnlly 00era1l1
generally fair St Saturday UlrdAJ rdsy and Sunday SundayIt
It will be coW cokW Saturday in Now England and andthe ucIe andthe
the Middle 1i4d Atlaatie AtlantieStates Statee follw followed J by If rWog tern ternpoiHtme t tpvaUUe taipatatnre
poiHtme Sunday and warmer in UM caatnl tntleyaand nikgrn nikgrnand wn wnaDd
and the Upper Lake region regionwest rmouPm regionPr
Pm Pr tare id III riiIiDc iB the edZtn1e No North Northweot th thw
w weot west at with th rapidly falling temperature and cold coldWBTO 01IdW1iN midwave
wave MTsrotnga bare been ordered for the Northwa North Northwotern NOltW
Item wa tarn Slates During l Sunday the lower tempera temperatare tOlltflOlatare teri era eratere
tare will ecteod over the latral Curt ml Plains lOW States the theMiKouri uand theMlwceri
MiKouri and Upper U Iel Mktfaripim Talleya sad the theXorthera tlteorthem thethan
Xorthera orthem than and W 1Pemlern MIm < tem Upper Lake region regionatom IIIPOntDna ra m mtcm
atom tcm warnings warn III are dtaftepad die layed on the Atlantic ooagt ooagtbora tma onettram
tram Ewtpart 1 etfrirt to Jackaoortlle JackaoortlleThe J JadtnatllleThe nue nuebe
The winds aloou the New England caaat will benarthwet be benenhweat beDClrbwett
nenhweat to north BOrth atowlr IIowl dtmiBialitaf dlmtaWt < ig on UM UMMiddle UteYiddle t e e3ttddle
Middle Atlantis AUa Uc meet aodemto Dar becom becoming bOOIDills hem hemma
ills aorUmK iced cut Satnrtay batar ir alsht OK the theSooth theSoatJL theSoeth
Sooth Atlantic rout north to northeast oa oathe OGhe onthe
the OaK eaut moderate Bortheast rtIte1st to Boatheast Boatheaston
on Lake MJefaifan Ink e sodUuMt u hwat to south M UfUac llaUUDeto > UfUacto UUw UUwto
to MxMhmiit Wtllt aad wilt by Sunday and bocctsing bocctsingStoflHCis booomittckilL beccotiwhick
kilL hickriksenea
kilLSaamdQ
StoflHCis dgnut departtac ni Satarday Sapnd fiw Eoropean pork will willaace w4Uloos n ne
loos aace e dkabdehW northw nathwat t to north wtedH tti with fair faireoid f fairodd 1r 1roaId
odd MWlber lher to the Grand Bank DaakaLocal BuklLocnl BankLocal
Local Temperature TemperatureMidirfaat TemperntureUdnb TemperatureM1
Midirfaat M1 Mt M 2 a L m m H 4 a m In 32 6 a a m m 51
8 a a m mo 41 M a L m 41 K noon DOOIlo 41 3 p 1 m mo O
4 1 p tt HL m 5 6 is j m 2J 3 p Po m m 53 10 p Po m mo SLmgdaat 81 81mgbeat 3L 3Ls
mgbeat S lowest a aItekUiT II IIlteiatiTe MRekhe
ItekUiT hwniditr8 a a m In O 2 Po p nu m 3T 8 n p pa p pa
a a 61 0 Itainfalt is 3 n p ra m to 8 p Po m m X0 < flours Houwof RooQloC floursof
of suaaitiBo Mhteo li 3 3 Per I cent of possible JUMhine JI IIIIIiM X XTewpomttiTB IL ILTl8tpami1u8 i1Tewpoantars
TewpomttiTB same date last Swanltghest jwtr Iligbest 29 29lewmt 11eeat B Bleun
1eeat lewmt S STcmlerDture s sTemperatures
Temperatures in Other ClUe CitiesTanreraterea GltloTemiwaturea ClUeTemrcratetrtJ
Temiwaturea in ether cities cit tcc U weather lher with the theUBOTDt UieIUBWIIt thesunset
sunset ot raInfall for the twentyfeur hours ended endedat endedat endadat
at 8 p Po m yesterday are as follows l1 Wr =
Bain BainMax RainMu BainMar
Max MinSpta Mn nn S Po p m m fall1alwTilla fall fallAaJterillc fanJb
AaJterillc N 0 Q 3D 32 32 02G 02GAtlanta omAtlanta OyiAtktata
Atlanta 0 Oa 41 40 ro oH oHAtlantic 0 0AtlILntlo 010Atlantic
Atlantic City N J SB X XDtsnareb It 0l1 0l1Brnareh 0 0D
D Dtsnareb N Dok U 1 iBoston It IttDn iSlkatan
Boston tDn Mass Si S b t tBuffalo BS O OButfaJ OW OWBuffalo
Buffalo N Y Y 25 S SChicago 6 0 0ID 041 041chrge
Chicago ID in 21 I ICtHurnaU K KCiBeinnaU at attaneinnal
CiBeinnaU Ohio 4 vjir r 25 26 014 014CheytnBe 014Chermue 014heyrnne
CheytnBe Wyo Vr1OI t Vw H 142 142Dannport 35 BtDaweoport 35BaTFapart
BaTFapart Iowa Io 30 H 1eDearer 38 38Dearer i8Delnel
Dearer Coto CoIoII Gob 91 J3 j S3 S3l J3Dei d d1oc
l Dei > es Molest Mobu Iowa Iowa 48 s 10 M MUalreetea JtGaJfettoB 7aGalverton
Ualreetea Tex 43 43Hetoaa 40 4945 4945HtIIeaA 4S 4Slihna
Hetoaa Meat S6 S6iBdUDApaib fJj D o 001 001I oolIndlasapoase
iBdUDApaib I lad 3 22 22JacteaoTilie ° t It OW OWJacUaortlle 001Jacksonr1lle
JacteaoTilie Via 70 m 5gParana mKansas E EKaasaa
Kansas City iq Mo 40 22 22Little 3 3Lillie 3jLittle
Little Rock Ark 4S 4 25 25Los 48 40Los 48Los
Los Angeles Gal 61 46 46Marquette IS ISMlUQuette ftMarquette
Marquette Mkh l ch 8 0 0Memphis 8 073 073Memphis 073Memphi
Memphis Teen 44 3 3 3New Q QNew 41New
New Orison La La 4346 4346New 48 4G 4 43New 4ew
New ew York N Y 48 44 44North 110M 110Morth 9 0 id idNorth
North orth Platte Ntbr 4 U > 16 160aha 160wIaha 71 71Omaha
Omaha Nebr M 42 42VWabnrs 42Pithlcutg 31 31Pitbtbur
Pitbtbur Ps l ltdIsbar 31 31Vidahm
VWabnrs Vidahm Mlaa Mlsa45 M MPortland 46 a 40 0 0Portlmd 0J 0JPortland
Portland Me MePortkmd 43 3t 14 816 816Portland 086rortsen
Portland i Orec Ornc 42 42St 4t U 014 014fit U USt
St Louis Mo 35 35San 3 a aSan 7gSen
San Francisco CaL 56 56Taooma I IS ISTaooma 6CTamara
Tamara Taooma Wash Wa 40 40SpringfleW 40 011 011Sprirn1e1d 011Springilek
SpringfleW Ill 111Toledo 111 3l 14 14Toledo 2S 2SToledo
Toledo Ohio 3D 3DTthday 3 18 8 Ga GaTIde oa oaTide
TIde Table TableHI TableTodayMyth
Tthday TodayMyth Hl HI h h tide tide T57 a a m m and aDdSOJ = 303 pr p pm m Uv Uvtide kJlllUde lowtide
tide 202 na I2 a m 121 and 36 p 1 m m mTbmorro mTb1J1OnOWInh n nT
T Tbmorro Tb1J1OnOWInh IUsh tide 12 1243 49 9 a a m m and lid p Po m m
low Ode tide 6515 a a m In and 713 p p m m mf
f
n
COLD WAVE HILTS HILTSSTREET HALTBSTREET BALTSSTREET
STREET GLEAM GLEAMWater GLEANING GLEANINGi GLEANINGW CLEAMGWater i
W Water a t Freezes on Asphalt Asphaltand AsplJ Asphaltand aIt I Ii
i and Work V olIr Stops StopsEARLY StopsEARLY i
EARLY RAIN AIDS GREATLY GEATLYAnrilHtert GREATLYAenlnted i iSlIllItc
I iI
AnrilHtert SlIllItc by 1 Forces from Water ateI De Deimrtment ncI ncIImltnumt Deipartment
imrtment Laborer of Streelelenn StreeteleanIng StreelelennInff Stre
Inff in Branch Clear the Downtown DowntownThoronKhfnrcs D DowntownThoroughfares nvnton nvntonrborongbtnrcs
Thoroughfares of Ice and Snow SnowUse Sno SnolJlIC SnowUnc
Use Ice 1lckTocny 1lckTocnyI Iicks Pick Today TodayHalted TodayHalted
I Halted by the sudden dop in tempera temperature tcmporature temperature ¬
ture which sent tho mercury m reury from its itsplaco Itsplao itsplace
place in the fifties to the twenties tenU the thedepartment theI theambitious
I ambitIOus tabors ot the streetcloanins streetcloaninsI streetcleaningdepartment
I department c1 prlmenl to put the streets in a passa passable passai passabie ¬
i ble condition by flushing received reQ tved a set setback seti setback ¬
back last night The laborers were dis dismlsaedj dlsmiRed dismiseedj
i
mlsaedj miRed about 5 oclock when the water waterbegan wateri waterbegan
i began to freeze on the asphalt as soon as asit asi asit
i it loft the hose haM and rendered crossings crossingsdangerous crossln crossingsdangerous S Sdar5erou
dangerous for pedestrians pedestriansTho pedOlitrhmaI pedOlitrhmaTho pedoetriansThe
I
Tho day was not without its results resultshowever resultshowocr resultshowever
however for the section bounded by byFourteenth b bFourteenth byFourteenth
Fourteenth street t Pennsylvania avenue avenueTwentieth avenueTwentieth avenueTwentieth
Twentieth street stroet and Massachusetts avenue ave avenue avenue ¬
nue was cleaned of Ice and snow A Awarm AI Awarm
I warm rain 4n the early morning greatly greatlyaided greatlyatded greatlyallied
aided the work and at 8 oclock added addedforces addedCOrcM addedforces
forces wore detailed from the water de department departmlmt department ¬
partment But little attempt was made to todtelndgo toi todislodge
i dislodge dl lod o the lc Ice banks those being loft to tothe tothe tothe
the white wintf 1 forces forcesUBC forcesUIIC forcesuse
use Ice Picks Today TodayJust TodnyJWlt TodayJust
Just what branch of the work will be betaken betaken betaken
taken up this th morning had not been de decided deIdad deeldod ¬
cided Idad upon by Supt James Wood when he heI heleft heleft
I left tho District Building yesterday The Theimpossibility ThAImpossibility i iimpossibility
impossibility of using the water method methodof I Iot
of cleaning will preclude any further furtheroperation furtheroperation i ioHraUon
operation of either the flushing or sweep sweepins I IIng iing
Ing machines and picks and shovels shovelsprobably shovelsprobably shovelsprobably
probably wilt b be used jReferring j jWood IReCernng
Referring to the statements ot Supt1 Supt SuptWood
Wood that the streetcleaning fund was wasnot W8 W8not wasnot
not sufficient to carry on the work at atthis atthis I IthIS
this time some one was unkind enough enOUghyoterd enoughyesterday j jyesterday
yesterday yoterd y to point out to the Commis Commissioner Commitslonera Commissioners ¬
sioner that at the time of tho inaugural inauguralparade Inauguralparade inauguralparade
parade the superintendent found it pos possible possible peaatble ¬
sible to cloan a line of march eighty feet feetwido teetwldo feetwide
wide and two miles long with the snow snowand snowand snowand
and Ice tan inches Inch deep deoPiat at a total coat of ofHKJfi ofThe
HKJfi HKJfiThe
The Informant who did not give his hisname hisname hisname I
name name added that the city clt would be will willing willins w 111 111hag ¬
ins to see that 4500 1500 drop another 5G 556 556right Si6right I Irlsht
right now if as excellent results r ults could be beobtained beobtalnod beobtained
obtained H He also inquired what had hadbecome halbooomo hadbecome
become of the three gutter gult r plows pur purchased purch8JMd purchased ¬
chased by the streetcleaning sueetc1 flnlng department departmentJust departmentjUJIt departmentjust
Just previous r Vious to March 4 4 and also the theseventeen thesovonte6n theseventeen
seventeen bought Just after Inauguration InaugurationHe
Ho declared that none had bean seen on ontho ontho ontho
tho streets and that ho was all of tho opinion opin opinion opinIon ¬
ion they would be of use in dislodging dislodgingtee
tee at street corners cornersTOO COrDersTOO cometsTOO
TOO WARM FOR SKATINGDut SKATING SKATINGGood
Dut tFre Freeseever se ver May Put lee In InGood inGood
Good Shape Today TodayThe TodayThe TodayThe
The warm temperature of Thursday Thursdayhad Thursdayhad Thursdayhad
had a bad otfect on the Ice at tho Basin Basinyesterday Bastnyesterdny Basinyesterday
yesterday and tho authoritlcgjrefiised authorlU authoritIerefused rused to toallow toallow toallow
allow the crowd of skaters to t venture ventureon vcotureon ventureon
on it itWith ItWith itWith
With colder weather last night and to today todny today ¬
day there therepromiaes promises es to bo a freezeover Ureoooverand freezeoverand freezeoverand
and some good sport may be expected expectedthis expectedthis
this afternoon stt rnoon and tomorrow tomorrowWILL tomorrowWILL tomorrowWILL I
WILL WELCOME NEW YEAR YEARProgramme YEARprogrnmme YEARProgramme
Programme Is Arranged for Thi ThiEvening This TbiBvenfn ThisEvening
Bvenfn Evening at Y M f C A AServices ASot1co ASorvieos
Services of farewell to tho old year ear and andwelcome andwolcoma andwelcome
welcome to t tho new will bo hold in theassembly the theassembly theembl
assembly embl room of the Young Mens Chris Christian Christian Christian ¬
tian Association iUCNl New Years night The Thepublic Tbepublic Thepublic
public is invited to attend The services serviceswill serviceswill s swill
will begin at 10 ocfoek oc k and end at 12 12Nowton 11 11Nowton I INewton
Nowton W Yo Preston of Nebraska will willsins willsIn willsing
sins sIn sing Peccotomeafg P lomenl The Soldier of theCrow the theCrocs le leCroa
Crocs and several other solos At 1090 1090oclock 1D30oclock 1090oclock
oclock Prof George I 1 Robinson of Chi Chicago jhtcap hl hleago ¬
cap will deliver his famous lecture en entitled entitled entitled ¬
titled Life among the Arabs in Sinai Sinaiand stnoland Sinaiand
and Palestine From 11 UIO SO to 12 W K KCoopor K KCoopor KCoo
Coopor Coo er will havo charge of the meeting meetingBANK meetingRANK meetingRANK
RANK OF KNIGHT CONFERRED CONFERREDOfficers CONFERREDOfficer CONFERREDOfflcers
Officers Also Elected by Harmony HarmonyLodge HnrmonyLodJc harmonyLodge
Lodge Knight of Pytlilas PytlilasHarmony PTthlnwHarmony PythiasHarmony
Harmony Lodge No 21 2l Knights of ofPythias ofPythlu ofPythias
Pythias conferred the rank of Knight Knightupon knlghtupon knightupon
upon June Jame Charles Locke and George Georgear
ar Cook and held its annual election of ofoiflcers ofofficers ofolficers
officers at Pythian Tomple Thursday Thursdaynight Thursdaynl Thursdaynight
night nightGrand nl nightGrand ht htGrand
Grand Chancellor H P Wllley and his hisGrand hisGrand hisGrand
Grand Lodge aaeociatas ctatos ware present and andmade andmade andmade
made short addresses addree os Officers for the theensuing theorurulng theensuing
ensuing year Y r are Fred McC Smith Smithchancellor SmIthchancellor Smithchancellor
chancellor commander Maurice J Davis Davisvice Davisvtee Davisvice
vice chancellor J 1C I Davis master of ofwork ofrk ofwork
work rk John Adams jr master at arms armsE armsE armsE
E E Lodge Lod o Hill master of finance financeWilliam flnanceWmlam financeWilliam
William A Thompson master of oxCheqtMr ex exchequer C CcheqUfr ¬
chequer James B Bailey Ib ley prelate Ben BenC BenC BenC
C C McQtmy keeper of records and seal sealJames sealTamea sealJames
James Charles Locke inner guard A T TAdams TAdame TAdams
Adams outer guard Maurice J Davis DavisA Da1sA
A T Adams and L 1 V Stevenson true trustees tru trutoea truetoes ¬
tees Charles W Henderson representa representative repre representative cnta cntattve ¬
tive to relief bureau Ben C McQuayWi McQuay McQuayWilliam McQuayWlIlltun
Wi William hlam A Thompson on James Tam s B Railey RaileyJack RaneyJack RalleyJack
Jack Prescott Pr 8eOtt and G Milton Thomas Thomasrepresentatives Thomasrepre Thomasrepresentatives
representatives repre ntfltives to tho Grand Lodge Fred FredMcC FredMcC FredMeC
McC Smith M J Davis and James B BRailey BRailey BRalley
Railey auditing audltin committee committeeCommission committeeCommlHslon committeeCommission
Commission to Appraise Land LnndOrfef LandQdef
Orfef Jwtloa C3aba Qabawh rh sh yesterday algaed si a formal formalorder farinaorder ormalordr
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order oremding the demurrer of some owner ro ra to tothe totile tothe
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terday terda morning from burns received on onDecember onDecrmbfr onDecember
December 17 when her clothing caught caughtflre e8u caughtfire < ht httire
tire from a gas range in the kitchen of ofher oCher ofher
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mother Mrs Margaret Little who is isemployed 11employed laemployed
employed in a department store Bhjr Bhjrslciana DhS81cian Illtyalcians
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vive her injuries but after she had livedfor lived livedfor livedfor
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was entertained Her sudden death was wasa wasa
a shook to the physicians and nurses at atCasualty atCuua1ty atCasualty I
Casualty Hospital as well as to relatives relativesand relati relatiand relativesand
and friends of the girls mother Ar Arrangements Arrangement Arrangements ¬
rangements for the funeral have not notbeen notbfen notbeen
been completed completedIfcCLELLAN completodMcOLELLAN oompletodMCCLELLAN
IfcCLELLAN FUNERAL TODAY TOBAYVeteran TODAYVcternn TODAYVeteran
Veteran Will 111 Be Laid nt Rest In Ar Arlington Ar ArUngton Arlfngton ¬
lington Cemetery CemeteryJames CemetcryJames CemeteryJames
James O McClellan a veteran of the tbecivil thecl11 thecivil
civil war and a former employe of the theTreasury theTreaJlUry theTreasury
Treasury Department who died at Gar Garfleld G Garfield r rOeJd
field Hospital Thursday Thurad morning will be beburied beburled beburied
buried this afternoon in Arlington Cem Cemetery Cemetery Cemetery ¬
etery Funeral services will be held in inGawlers inGA InGawiers
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wife a son James Sherman McClellan McClellanof
of Chicago Chl o and three daughters Misses MissesJulia MisselJulio MissesJulia
Julia and Eunice of this city and Miss MissEdith YfssEdith MissEdith
Edith McClellan of Minneapolis MinneapolisMr
Mr McClellan was born in Bristol III IIIin IIIin Illin
in 1WO He taught school when sixteenyears sixteen sixteenyears sIxteenyeArs
years old and resigned to enter the thoUniversity theUn theUniversity
University Un cNrity of Chicago In 1S82 he came cameto cameto cameto
to Washington and studied law at the theColumbian theColumbtan theColumbian
Columbian University now George GeorgeWashington GeoreeWashington GeorgeWashington
Washington Later hQ h practiced law at atKane atKAne atKane
Kane Ill He received an appointment appointmentin
in the Treasury Department Dep rtment and moved movedhoro movedhero movedhero
hero with his family familyDuring fam familyDuring It y yDuring
During the war Mr McClellan served servedas servcdns
as captain of the Sixtyninth Sixty ninth Illinois IllinoisVolunteers IllinoisVolunteers IllinoisVolunteers
Volunteers He wag a member of Burn Burnside Burnside Burnside
side Post Post G A R R which organization organizationwin
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tional City Bank and the Union Savings SavingsBank SavingsBank SavingsBank
Bank is confined to his home 2034 R Rstreet Rstreet Rstreet
street northwest suffering from injuries injuriessustained injuriessustained injuriessustained
sustained on Wednesday night when he hewas howas hewas
was struck by a car while walking at atFiftythird atFiCtythlrd atFiftythird
Fiftythird street and Seventh avenue avenueNew avenucNew avenueNow
New York City CityMr CityMr CityMr
Mr Smith feared he had received internaI In Internal Internal ¬
ternal injuries but an examination by byphysicians byphyslclan byphysicians
physicians yesterday at his home dis disclosed disclosed dtaeAosed ¬
closed that his only Injuries Injun are a sprain sprainof sprAinor sprainof
of the right arm anncut cut of the lip bruises bruisesand bruisesand bruisesand
and shock Physician Physld believe he will be beable beable beable
able to return to his office in a few days daysWill daysVIU daysWilt
Will Try to Elect Mr Prince PrinceA
A number of triee friends d ie of A D Prince told an aninformal Aninformal aninformal
informal meeting at th the New Ne Willard last erenins ereninsfor cfenlnor erenio ereniofor
for or the purpoae of taking ooocarted notion looking lookingto ooId ooIdto
to his hi election u a member of the beard of dine directors dinet4rs dirertors ¬
tors of the Chamber of Commerce to which office officebe oftIcehe officebe
be has been nominated Mr Prince U 1 the proprie proprietor pritor proprietor ¬
tor of R n Harris Co co to 1 the treasurer and one oneof oneof oneof
of the directors of the Retail Merchants Ast Associa Association soC1ation c1a c1atim ¬
tion director of the th Merchants and Mechanics 1echanic1insa 8a 8atoga Sat Sathiss
toga Bank and i ii dosoly 1 identified ed in many WU1l WU1lwith ways wayswith rnfswith
with tho growth and progress of the city cityWife cityVUe dtyWife
Wife Seeks AlMolntc Abiolutc Divorce DivorceAlleging DhorceAn DivorceAIIegipg
An Alleging Infidelity 1nfdell cruelty drunkenness druDkonelSl8 and non nonrapport nonuppm nonsuppact
rapport Harriet P 1 t1oy Baps yesterday crday filed suit for forabsolute forab60lutc forabsolute
absolute dirurcc frera William J Dipey They were weremarried weremarried weremarried
married January 22 Z 126 at Vrlnchcater Ya and andthere andthere andthere
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were ro held yesterday tenlay afternoon at New NewYork NewYorit
York Avenue Aw ue Presbyterian Church under underUM und8lt underthe
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gation that completely filled the edifice edificaThe edificeTIle odldeeThe
The Knights of oCP7lhfu Pythias sent a largedelogattisn large largedtiosfttton JarsedelQlatlon
dtiosfttton to pay the last tribute bJbute to the thamemory tho1ftfJtDOIY thememory
memory of one of their most m t active mem members memobers membees ¬
bers and the District of Columbia Dentin Den Dental Dentilt ¬
tilt Society attended the funeral in InbOdY a abody abody
body bOdY A delegation WAS also present presentfrom preaentmm presentfrom
from the th south Atlantic Association As of ofUio orUte ofthe
Ute Amateur Athletic Union from Balti Baltimore DaIUmere BalUmero ¬
more of which hleh Dr Wiber tber was U president presidentRov presidentRO presidentRev
Rev Wallace WaJlaceRadcUCc Badcliffe pastor of the thechurch thecthtird1 thechurch
church to aa4 d for many yours an Intimate Intimatefriend IntimateMead Intimatedead
friend of Dr Wiber officiated and paid paida
a Iowfns glowing tribute to him as a Christian Christianand ChriatianaJMI Christianand
and an uplifter of his fellowman f Serv Serviette ServIces Servkeg ¬
Ices were also held at the grave in Glen Glenwood Glenwood Glenwoad
wood Cemetery Cemetor
DIED DIEDBLUMflR DIEDBLIDIERSuddenly DIEDBLUMERSuddenly
BLIDIERSuddenly BLUMflR Suddenly on Friday Decem December Dtembel December ¬
ber It 30 1910 at her residence S17 B Bstreet Batreat Bstreet
street southeast CHRISTIAN BLU BLUMBR BLUMER BLUMIER
MBR beloved wife of John Blumer BlumerNotice BlumerNotice BlumerNotice
Notice of funeral later laterMSADJOn laterMJlAD laterMADOn
MSADJOn MJlAD n Wednesday December D ember 2S 2SIttO
IttO after n brief illness CHRISTO CHRISTOPHER CHRISTOPlum Q
PHER the beloved husband of o Fate Estell EstellB EstellB l lB
B Meade in the sixtyeighth year of ofhis oraIM ofhis
his age at his residence 1307 Third Thirdstreet Thirdatreet Thirdstreet
street northwest northwestFuneral northwestFtmoral northwestFuneral
Funeral Saturday December D CfmberU > 31 at 2 2p 2p 2p
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