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A Happy New Year to
One and All
From the Man'sJStore!
With grateful appreciation of your
good will and generous patronage
during the past year, the "Man's
Store" enters upon this New Year
with' the determination to deserve
your continued friendship and favors.
It intends to keep on growing in your
esteem to keep on with its well-established
policy of looking to your inter
ests of doing everything in its power
to serve you better than any clothing
store has ever served you. With your
co-operation, we propose to make
this store more useful, more beneficial,
and more helpful to the well being of
the community than ever before.
"Money's Worth or Money Back."
D. J. KAUFMAN,
1005-7 Pa. Ave.
Half-tone Work a Specialty.
Best Facilities for Line En
graing. All Orders Executed by Expert
Designing and Illustrating by
Publishers and advertisers who
use illustrations will especially
find it to their advantage to
examine our work and prices.
Telephone Main 673.
Wc supply coke at these
Si Bushels Large Cok-. delircrcd .$2.50
40 Bushels Large Coke, deutcred .$3.70
CO Bushels Large Coke, delivered .J3J0
S Bushels Crushed Coke, dclirercd $100
40 Ruf bcls Crushed Cole, dclirem.1 . .. HJO
10 Bushels Crushed Coke. deliTercd S&St
rVASHUGTON GASU8HT CO.
OGRAM'S GIFT STORE
Xcxt to Osram's Drug Store,
Cm. 13th and Pennsylvania Avenue.
H. K. FULTON
314 9th St. N.W.
Money to Loan
Watches. Diamond, and Jewelry.
BARGAINS AT RETATU
PLACES OF INTEREST.
library of Corcresa Open 3a.ra.tn II n.m.on
secular days; from i ?. in. to 10 p. m. en Sundays
and on certain holidajs. Duties July. Auzust, and
(September, closes 1p.m. Saturday:.
Public Library Open 3 . a to J p. n.; holidays,
f a. m. to J r- ra.: Sundays. : to 9 p. m.
JWhlte V.crai- Open H a. m. to 3 p. n.
United States Capitol Open 3 a. m. to 430 p. in.
Corcoran Gal'ery 'f Art Open (free) Tuesday.
Thursday. Saturday. 920 a. m. to 4 p. m.; Sunday,
tJt to 431 p. m- Other days. 2je admiss.on.
State, War. and Na?y d"artment Open S a. m.
to Z p. au (The original Declaration of iBdepaod
enc? is in the Iibriry at the 3tate Department.)
United States Trca.ury Open 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Coiled Staid PiUnt Cilice Open 9 a. in. to 3
p. m. s
United States Pension Ecreto Open 9a. m. to I
United States porr-cCce Open 9 a. m. to ! p. m.
Wahrigton City Fort-offlce-Open all hoars. (Tot
Dead Letter Office is in the city port-office.)
- National notanic Garden-Open 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Fitii Commission -Open a. m. to 430 p. m.
Army Medical Muscom-Opra 9 a. m. to 430 p. m.
National Unarm Open I a. m. to 431 p. m. (io
Acricultnral Department Open 9 a. m. to 431
Bureau of Enxrwlng end IMnune Open I s. a.
to 138 p. m.
WaaUnctoo Momrment GSM feet in height) Open
3t a. m. to 439 p. m. (Qerator runs from 9 a. m.
to 4 p. m.)
Bmitbaonian Institution Open 9 a.m. to 431
P. to. (indndinc holidays).
Gorernaent Prhrriaf05ce Open Ha, a, lal
p. IB. -
Naty Tard OjKn 9 a. m. to S3f p. as.
Sontbworth Cottaee. 3tth and Proapett ac
Key Macs' an Home of Franas Scott Key. anther
of Toe Star Spancled Banner." JEU II atraet
BcrUrrcst. Opart dally, except Sooday, 9 a. av to
J3( p. la. Admladon free.
IN THK srjBCBBS.
Arlingtnn Xitional Cemetery.
Carry Chase and Kenamtton.
Zoolorlca Park (open all day).
Kock Crra Sridfe 4B& Park.
Umted SU'xa Natal Aeadetey. Aimapnla. Md
Kami Obserratory Orjrn 1 a. m. to 3 D. av. "
Joont Vernon (toe beret ana toast cf
tool-Open 11 a. at. to I p. av.
DnHed States SoMiaa' Boac-Opea I
Aetfas oa a tetter from Got. GUIett. ti BtjilS-
ior Trades Council of San Francisco indorsed the
nrapexed $19,030,030 bond iatae for the laproreaut
s;::s;;:;;;::;:::;;;;::;;:::;;::i:;;:iu.Trmn i .G,;nn Brn. Kietiard BartboMt. c. j. Ben. s.
" (-. Bene. Ira K. Bennett. Emile Berlinger. Miss
IS Tor economy and satisfactory j. j Mabel Roardman. Applcton P Clark, jr.. William
H results there is no fuel as wor- JJ Mc,K; Clarion. W. S. Oorby. D. J. Oallahan. John
S . ..,.. fn,. -, 5 5'r. KrntJI. Daniel. W. W. Knley. H. R.
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WILL HELP BEAUTIFY CITY
Committee Named by President
Glide, of Commerce Chamber.
Prominent Wasliintrtonlaaa Will Co
operate in Carrying- Out Park
Glenn Brown, in his excellent illustrated
cture before the Chamber or Commerce
in December, made such an impression on
the business, m-n of Washington that the
Chamber was prompted to co-opcrato
v itii the American Institute of Architects
in carrjlng out the plans of the park
comnuts'on to beautitv the cltv.
At that meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce it was decided to appoint a
committee, ami its selection was left to
the president, W. F. Gude. who has just
made his appointments. It includes some
names that are not on the membership
roll of the Chamber of Commerce, and
i this wide selection Teas made at the sur-
' pestion of Glenn Brown, with whom the
president of the Chamber consulted. The
committee is a-- follows:
liamscn. B. B. Earnshaw. Y. T. Galliher. W.
F. Oude. Tliomas Grant. Julius Garfinkle. R. H.
GoldsborDagb. Buhop Harding. R. X. Harper.
M. C. Hazen. W. D. Hootcx. Rer. J J. Himmcl.
Maj W. V Jud&on. Hcnncn Jcnnmgr. Gen. John
A. Johnson. Lou,s Kami, George King. A. Lunrr
. ai iuiron, j. Knsh .Marshall. Franklin Mac
eagh. Henry B F. Macfariand. A. C Mc&
Frank I Millet. Mrv. Ellen Spencer Husk?. Sam
nel Maddox. Charles O. Norton. Frank B. Noyes.
Thomas Nelson Page. Henry Kirk- Porter. Clar
ence Norment. Capt. James F. Oyster. F. B. Pyle
M. M. Parker. Cuno VL Rudolph. Father BirecJI.
V. P. Itichards. V. I. Stafford. E. D. hhaw.
B. F. haul. William Shannon, Albert Schultds. A.
Leftwith Sndair. Admiral Charles H. Stockton.
Rcr. Thcma J Sliahan. J. L blaydcn. Gwrxc
htuart. A Tweedalc. J. b. Tyree. Henry L. West.
Grorjro Whiti-. John U. Wearer. .Simon Wolf, J.
Jjoavi Willice. and Mrs. K. -V. Willis.
All of the mnnben of tbe committee who hare
been communicated tnth hare surcrSed their wilhns
nca to aerre.
ew dear's Receptlona.
Consult Gude about (lowers and floral
decorations. Prompt service. 1214 F.
BIG DAY AT THE Y. M. C. A.
Annual ew Vear'a Open Hoese to
Be Held -Tomorrow.
The board of managers and officers of
the Young Men's Christian Association
will hold their annual New Tear's open
house to-morrow from 2 to 10 o'clock p.
m. From 2 to 3 o'clock there will be a
reception to members of the association
and their friends, and personally con
ducted tours of the building and expla
nation of the various features of the
work. From 3 to 4 the board of man
agers will receive. From 3 to 5 a con
cert by the association orchestra, under
the leadership of Director D. B. Mac
Leod, will be given. Pastors of trie city,
assisted by ladies, will give a reception
in the second-floor reception rooms from
4 to .". A basket-ball game between the
Regulars and the Rovers will be played
inSym7asim .irom,J!, ? sS.."?. an Ifrom Holland Point, where a team waited
mJKZl1!! "5? ,?:! convey the party to Hughsvllle, In this
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will be held from 4 to 5 o'clock. An ad
mission of 50 cents, to cover expense of
meet. Is charged for the latter event. In
the game room a match game of bowling
will take place between Hamner and
Schaffer vs. Campbell and Watson, from
3 to 4. and following this there will be a
a 100-poInt exhibition game of billiard?.
In the assembly hall refreshments will
be served by a committee of ladles from
2 to S " A grand concert will be given at
S p. m.. with William A. Engel. jr., pi
anist; Mrs. Harriet Y. Hough, soprano,
and Mr. Carl Carbaugh, barytone
Ordera for Cat Flowera Promptly
executed. Shaffer. Mth & I. 'Phone. 241C.
No Visitor After 2 p. aa.
Secretary Balllngef. of the Department
of the Interior, has issued orders that
beginning January 1 the order requiring
the closing of the departmental buildings
to unofficial visitors at 2 o clock p. m.
will bo strictly enforced. The great num
ber of callers on the chief officials of
the department has created a condition
that makes,, it Impossible .to discharge
the necessary work, within the allotted
hours. , -.
Chrlatnaaa Tree Cateaea Fire.
White attempting to'Ujat caadsea on a CtirMssa
tren jestcrday afternoon. Albert CaeJoa, tba foor-
tecn-ycar-old son cf Peter B". CbeJoa. started a
flir in tbe parlor of his bane at TB I. street Mrtn
east, which caused fa dastsac before baas a.
tlreuished. Tbe Uase was ta first "CariaaM tie.
Ore" reported tab aeaasa..
Tke wcrat's jMeaullia.of pafilNw W
TO TEST LIGHT LAW
Vehicle Owners Will Fight
Ordinance in Court.
HOLD BTJUNG TTFTNECESSAEY
Also Contend It to Be Without
Lesral Foundation and Decide t
Answer Connnlaloaers' Fat tare to
Grant Extension of Time by Teat'
Ins; Resalation la Police Coart.
A test case in Police Court will decide
the legality of the new regulation placed
into effect by the Commissioners pre
scribing that horse-drawn vehicles must
carry tail lights after dark. This de
cision was reached at a meeting last
night of the transfer ard delivery in
terests of the city after their request
for an immediate hearing and extension
of time fn the enforcement of the regu
lation had been turned down by the
The only action taken by the Com
missioners yesterday was to reply to
th petitioners, stating that their re
quests would be given due considcraUon.
Inasmuch as the edict for immediate
enforcement of the regulation has already
gone forth, this answer is interpreted
by the delivery men to mean that their
requests are to be ignored, and prepara
tions havo already been made to force
a legal decision on the merits of the
Point Oat Fire ltiska.
The protests of the teamsters and
transfer interests embrace several points.
In their communication to the Commis
sioners, they declare the regulation to
be without necessity or legal founda
tion. Its enforcement, they contend,
will violate other police regulations re
specting the carrying of lighted lanterns
in proximity to combustible or inflam
mable material, and will raise the fire
risks In their stables and barns.
On the extension request, the delivery
men say that notification of the date of
enforcement of the regulation was not
given them in time; that the condition
of the streets has made it Impossible for
them to so transact their business as to
place their wagons in repair shops for the
necessary changes, and that the holiday
rush lias precluded any possibility of
sparing time for the attachment of the
lights Various lengths of time are asked
by the transfer men, varjing front thirty
to ninety dajs.
The Commissioners have not retreated
from their stand that they have ample
authority by Congressional provision to
mako and enforce 'he regulation They
declare that sufficient notification was
given as to the date when tlie ordinance
would go into effect, and that if the lainpi
havo not been attached it is the fault of
those to whom the regulation applies.
HISS GOTJBLEY A BRIDE.
W'cddlnsT Celebrated la Pletareaqae
Calvert Counts Home.
The old Colonial home of Mr. and Mre
Thomas Biscoc Gotirlo, at Holland
Point, on the picturesque Patuent
River, in Calvert Count. Md., was the
scene of a beautiful wedding Friday
morning, when their daughter, Anne
Carey Gourlei, became Uic bride of Dr.
James Dawson Recdcr, a member of the
faculty of the University of Maryland
aria one of Baltimore' prominent sur
geons. The wedding was one of the pro
nounced social features of the year In
Southern Maryland. The historic old
mansion was bcautifuUv decorated with
ivy, holly, and a profusion of mistletoe
and bowers of cedar. A handsome im
provised altar was erected, and directly
over it was a large bell of holly and
The bride came down the wide stair
case escorted by her father, who gave
her in marriage, and passed through the
parlors to the altar, where Rev. Ben
jamin B. Lovctt, of Prince Frederick,
rector of St. Taul's parish, read the
Epii copal service. She wore a. charming
princess gown of messaline. trimmed
with baby Irish lace and garnitures of
pearls. 'Her only ornament was a dia
mond cross, an heirloom of the Reedcr
family, the gift of the bridegroom. Her
tulle veil was caught with pearls and
lilies of the vallcj, and she carried a
shower bouquet of Bride roses and lilies
of the valley. Her going-away gown
was gobelin-blue broadcloth, with hat to
The maid of honor. Miss Henrietta
Ashcom Gourley, sister of the bride,
wore rose satin trimmed with bands of
silver and carried a bouquet of Marshal
Niel roses. The bridegroom was attend
ed by his brother, Mr. Maurice Lanahan
Reedcr. A wedding breakfast followed
the ceremony, attended by the members
of the immediate families of the bride and
bridegroom and a few intimate friends.
Those present from outside the tounty
were Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Reeder.
of Baltimore, parents of the bridegroom;
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice i. Reeder. Dr.
Robert P. Bav. Dr. S. "vV. Moore. Mr.
William Cook. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas E.
Latimer, of Hyattsville. and Mr. Thomas
Ashcom Gourley. of Pennsylvania. The
original idea of the bride and groom was
to return to Baltimore via steamer,
which lay at the wharf several hours
awaiting the happy couple. To evade
the pranks arranged for their discomfort
by a party of friends, these plans were
Owing to the thoughtfulness of the
bride's brother-in-law. Dr. Thomas K
Latimer, of Hvattsville. a launch was
secured, which was made fast to the stern
of the steamer, out of sight of the party.
In this launch the bride "and bridegroom
were taken to Benedicts, directly across
ma.nner the bride and bridegroom escaped
to Baltimore without even a grain of rice
on their garments as a reminder to a cu
rious public that they were a newly
AeillUry Plans Rally.
Mrs. Ellis read the "Song of Our SjTian
Guest," for the opening exercises of
Northwest Auxiliarj-. of the W. C. T.
XT., on last Thursdaj-. Dr. Lauretta
Kress, superintendent of medical temper
ance, gave an Interesting- report of her
recent trip through the -New England
and Middle Atlantic States, , and its ac-,
CTJlHpilOlllIldlU). WM iWM MIC ..OW.
York State evangelist, talked on "The
cry of the children," and arrangements
were begun for a rally this month. ..
Korfe ens WaBhtatTon Steaaaeet Cbarpur
teaasen fnsa feet of Brtcaus street far OM Pets
Cesjfort end Not oatty etc a, av
tsiaMr Caarles atsealestsr tor Mesat Temoa
haws SereST street atari st M a. m. sad la
Can frees nrsnuta iKaK and New Xerk attaae
nerjr qasrtcr awr far Sao rare, uery uana, as
IncjTsamr Yaae-trf ,Iaexpentve'
JUHKaeat) aaqtqjeMaei-' upaciaioea,
WaaUactaa. abMaaer exd Aaatajlh neat
BsHtmt eanatat ttxty-tkne nantaa Iraene each ear
eervera Waeaaatea aad FealBBw, lartaw atMaaaa
at. aad Me Xerk mm. m tat bear aad satf baac
aba. taastr ansae U CeliaHI jsVasaaaaa aa tb
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PLANS HEW YEAB'S RECEPTION
ResnbUeaa Clafe Will Bold Ones
Henac for Members ana Gaeata.
The board of governors of th National
Republican Club has arranged a New
Year's reception for members and their
guests, which will be held at the club
house, to-morrow, from 3 untH 11 p. m.
A musical programme will be rendered
and a buffet luncheon served.
The committee having charge the pro
motion of the club is gratified to announce-
the increase of membership to
01, since the organization of the club,
December S, and from present indications
its permanent success is assured. Among
the membership are a number of the dis
tinguished members of the Republican
party, both resident and nonresident of
In ebbitt house
Alligators, Palms,and Cotton
Add to Pcituresqne Scene.
The advance guard of exposition work
ers from New Orleans came to Washing
ton jestcrday. F. D. Armstrong. Sam
Blum, and Robert Glenk were on the
scene at the Ebbitt House bright and
early, directing the unpacking of two
carloads of exhibits from the Sunny
South, with which Washington, official
and otherwise, will be astonished in a
day or two. Mr. Glenk. as curator of the
State museum, will put up at the hotel,
which is the headquarters of the Loti
islanans. numerous State cxliib.ts, includ
ing nee, sulphur, and salt.
The whole lobby of the Ebbitt has been
converted Into a typical Louisiana scene.
In the center will be an enormous tank.
In which live aligators, fish, and mam
moth frogs will swim. There Is a back
ground of palms, cotton fields, and sugar
fields. Half a carload of growing orange
and grapefruit trees, with oranges and
grapefruit hanging in clusters on the
branches, is a part of yesterday s con
signment from New Orleans.
Some of tho palm trees, used lavishly
in the interior of the hotel. In the lobbv.
and main parlor, aro twenty feet high.
Many bundles of sugar cane fresh from
the fields, and cotton plants w iti t!-c i ipu
cotton bursting from the bolls, will lie
us d In the decoratlv e scheme. A deco
rator has been engaged to do the work,
which he has just begun.
With the New Orleans workers have
come consignments of pecans, fruits, can
dies, and 1.000 pounds of the coffee which
has made the Crc-cent City famous the
Union over. New Orleans bartenders, tho
kind one never sees in the North, arc on
hand to serve sazaic cocktails and ramos
fizzes, common enough in New Orleans,
but strarers here.
TAXI CRASHES INTO CAB.
Chauffeur Pay.s 10 for Driving- on
M'rons- Side of Strrft.
WhrrWMrr body was hurrying home for
dinner last night .i taxlcab, driven by
Carl Crawford, twentj-one ears old, of
oOS Seventh street northeast, crashed Into
a Capital Traction car on New York ave
nue, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth
A rear wheel of the taxi was twisted
out of shape, a mud guard was badly
bent and a window in the vestibule of the
car was shattered No one was Injured.
Crossing Policeman Lamb, of the First
precinct, showed Crawford the way to
the police station, where the chauffeur
put up $10 collateral for his appearance
in court to-morrow to face a charge of
driving on the wrong side of the street.
BB. BEABB0BN GIVES BOND.
rhyalclan Otters No Explanation of
Worthies Check Charter.
Dr. W. R B Dearborn, the oung phy
sician arrested jestcrday for passing an
alleged worthless check for 1M on John
11. Magrudcr. a grocer at Connecticut
avenue and K street, was last night re
leased on $3,000 bond He was in custody
only a short time and apparently had no
difficulty in obtaining the suretv.
Dearborn would offer no explanation
concerning the alleged bogus paper.
NO TRACE OF MISSING BOY.
Mrs. Molly Masree Has .Not Heard
from Son Since December 10.
No trace has been found of Portman
Joseph Magee, former student at George
Washington University, who lias been
missing from his home fn Brightwood
since December 10. Mrs. Molly Magee,
his mother, is on the verge of a nervous
collapse as the result of worry about
the youth. She offered a reward of $200
jestcrday for information leading to the
boj-'s whereabouts. J
Young Magee has not been in good
health since he suffered an attack of
diphtheria about a jear ago. He Is a
protege of Representative W. H. Wilcj
of New Jcrsej-, who obtained a scholar
ship at the university for the youthr
A'nttr fvAf bfivA h.An Vffrr blisv.
N.nil w know lhvi.flre now soim
and painful and need expert as
sistance. You cannot afford to
miss the relief' and comfort we
can give you.' Feet sj wrong as
well as other hriman accessories,
and their defects ahquld be cor
rected by us. who have made the
feet a studj-.
Wc are better qualified, better
equpped. and better prepared to
right air foot troubles than any
CORRECT ADVICK AND PROP
ER FaTTIVG FOR A1X
VMfVS V Mf INay
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DAILY COURT RECORD
(Saturday, December 31, lOlO.)
Coart of Appcala.
Autenmcnts for January 3 Special calendar:
No. Z. Dans ts. United States. Attorneys, Daiis
No. 3. Rcdc'rh et al. t. United Stairs ex rel.
Stuart. AttOTW, Thomas TAiekeT. Ktnyon & Mae-
No. 2102. Warner is. Daker. Attorney. Darlin;
ton Dans 4. Hran.
No. HjP. Academy of Sacretl Heart ts. lljilidel
phia. HalUmorc and ashinRtnn lUilmad Comrany.
Attomry, Wilson &. Barksdale JlcKenncy & Man
ner?. No. 21m United Ci;ar Storrs Comrany rs. Tunu;.
Atlemi-rs. JlcKenncy. Flanncrj 4. llita Jardirer.
No. an. Wassairan t Dulaiij. trustc-. Attor
neys, rctci VlilUn &. smith.
No. 2177. District of Columbia ts. Wariiincton
Gaslfeht Company. Attorneys, Themis & Stephen
Goldslioroush A Slinur.
No. 2IT8. Itnde j. neet cs. Attoracjs, O Calla
Sban & Brule Rulout & Udward.
No. 3-1. Mnilh ct al. tf. Gardiner, adrainetrator.
Attorneys. Ambrose Jlinor.
No. "JSt. Tnbb t . Hawkins. Attom-js, Boyd
Coilins llcmans and .Stewart.
Eqnity Coart Mo. X.
No. .38!:. Hares ts. Huddletcn et al.: leare to
fil- amended till Attorneys. . K. Lester- J. L.
Smith, J. J. Darlinstmi. and Archer & bniitb.
Circuit Coart So. 1.
AspiCTanents tor January 3"
Kimball t. Quebec htcam'hip Company. Attor
ney.. Kimtnll & Darlinalon Hajden
No. 111. Wnsht tj. VVaililngton Railway ard Qeo
tnc Ccmpany. AttcrDcjs, Bradlej Douslas &
No. ir. I'ntrhard ts. Baltimore and Ohio Rail
road Cempan ct al. Attorney.. O'Donehm Ham
ilton. Colbert. Icrtes A Hamilton.
No. 71. Jonei ts. Anaew-tia and Potomac RiTer
Railway Compnnj. Attornejs, AmbrobC, Kapplcr &
No. 73. Cohen t. United States Expre Oorar
panj'. AUomej-s. Brosnsn A Tobrincr Birncj.
Circuit Court Tfo, Z.
Asaimcnts for Januao J.
No. 190V: Turner ts. Washington Terminal Oaav
pany. Attorneys. Forrest A Mitchell Hamilton.
No. 130. Russell ts. Wailuntou Peet Company.
Attorneys, Wilson A Barksdale Brown. Krncst
No. 136. Taylor ts. Weber. Attorneys, McNamara
& Huidekoper Tobrincr
No. IE Finit Nalioual Bank t. Umbcnhauer.
Attorncj. Worthinstoa A Woodnard Darhncton
No. 35 Brogon iv Washinrtan Railwar and Elec
tric Company. Attorneys. iJailey Darlmston.
No. ac-Wcbrtcr r. Rjj.pcrt. Attorneys. Sin
No. 3H. Aldndsc ts. Blivt Attorneys, Ilaydcn
Johnron and Franc Dariineton.
No. 236. Thornton ts. Chesapeake Beach Laid
Company. Attorneys, Montame A Monanty 11am
tltcn. Colbert. Yerkes A Hamilton.
No. 3(1. Saltzstem ts shea, executor. Attorneys,
Wolf A Bosenbers HarsroTC A asby Smith.
Criminal Coart No. 1.
Alignments tor January 3:
United States ts Jett West.
United htatc t William Jonc
Criminal Court o. 2.
CHIEF JUSTICE CLABAUGIT.
Assignment for Monday. January 3 Appeals:
No. A. Mclntire ts. Green. Attorneys. Tucker.
Kenyon A Huidekoper.
No. 1. Luckctt ts. Schultzc. Attorneys. Hufty
Flynn A W lute.
No. X Burch A Kleps ts. Smith. Attorneys, Uay-
No. 5. Pcnnsylrania Rubber Company r. Shore.
Attorneys. Brandenburg A Brandenburg Thomas.
No. 6. Atcit T. Kayan. Attorneys. Paladini &
Pulkc Clcary A Gies.
Kbtntc of John J. He welt; will dated December Z.
Estate of Loaisc C. Ridiards; will dated Decem
ber 31. 13C9. ard petition for letters tcnamentary
filed. Attorney, Nelson W". Wilson.
Estate of Amelia J. t.lc;"careat. Attorney, W.
Estate of George J. May: petition for letters tes
tamentary. Attorney. !. P. McGluc.
No. E31S0L Shannon & Ijirhs ts. Mrs. Caroline J.
Dcughcrtj ; judgment Municipal Courr. JC63. At
torney. A. C. Well!".
No. S3Is1. Tlic Commercial National Bank t-i.
William E. Marth; notes $1,025. Attcmcy. Myer
No. 531K. Alice . Barney ts. Lanra I. ltolf
man Olcott; account, $670.18. Attorneys, Ellis A
Donaldson and J. K. West.
No. E31SJ. John, Thclman Hendnck ts. Walter B,
Hcnscy; notes, $27,UUI. Attomejv, Archer
DEEDS OF TRUST.
Dobbins' Addition-Lot 18. block 6; Edith R. Tay
lor ct Tir to Harry Norment and Charles Unk-
fk. ins. trustees, to secure Mamie E. Norment, $I.OU0.
3 jeam. 6 per cent, semi-annually.
Square n&-Orixinal lot 7 and part of lot 8; laike J.
Croghan ct nx. to Edgard D. Turner and George
O. McElwee. trustees, to secure Timothy, Cara
naush. MOOO.,3 years. 5 per cent, semi-annually.
J cVpnrc 315-Part of lot 8: Harry. Ijycock to E.
! C Thomas and Herman E. Gasch. trustee, to
secure Renalie G. Small. JS.CCO. 1 year, 6 per
cent, semi annually.
TtinSaad-Lots 71 and 72. and part or lot 31. block 3;
William V. Mahouey et ux. to O. V. M. Brown
and Theodore P. Heap, trustee, to secure Gccrgo
O. Talburtt. J3D, to days, C per cent per annnm.
Square 492-Lot 9: Mary G. Scbaefcr to Leon To
brincr and Byron U. Graham, trustees, to secure
Frederick a. Umhait, $3,CC0,- 3 years, 9 'per cent,
Square ca-Lct.3: Delia V. Burtt et sir to Frank
8. Bright and N'crria C Vbole. trustees, to se
cure Juliette Watrous, $360, 1 year; per-cent,
Mount Pleasant -LoU"SS3 and SSI. block i: Luther
A. Swartzell to Clarence JU. Rbsem and Atet
anrlcr T. Hensey. tnatcoi, to secure Harry' T.
Doner. S9.G0D. 3 years. 5H ftf not. semi anuually'.
Inglcside-loU C to 71. block 21: -Levis E.lBrrunin
grr et ux. to Julias 1. Peyarr and Geoege R.
LinMna.' trustees., to secure James' M. Wocflwaid.
113J00. 1 year. per cent, acad-annually.
Square 23-Lot 11: John O'DoBaahus to George' K.
riemlnc and Jem'U'Hcuaeir. tmstecs.to se
cure Rebecca F. WortbJeatoa, S1.8, S years,
5 per cent, quarterly. r
aVnareS-Lot ": Oeonje R. Htnrart to Charles-1'.
Btcae end Charies.W. Mrlas. Asateea, to seeex
' Maaa ,D. 'Bronca,,s,tX.;3j.yau,' per cent,
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New Year's Day
Marks but the eleventh day of winter. There will be man'
snowy das and many cold nights before it is over. Be pre
pared, therefore, with the proper kind of fuel, and see that
there, is plenty of it in the bin. The coal wc sell contains no
slate or other impurities. It is the best to be obtained in Wash
ington. Make a New Years resolution to try it. Wc make
The Allegheny Co.,
827 14th Street.
'Phone Main 7250. Private Branch Exchange.
to lleber U Thnrntoi and Wilkt- C. Prathcr.
tm-tee-". to fccuro Jatno J. Keane. $.7X). raja
blc August 11 1911. 6 ir cent. vLrai annuall.
nOAJj ESTATE TRANSFERS.
No. 717 fourth stnrt northwe&t Square S3, lot 7
and tart of lot S. Timothy Caranaugh to Luke
J Croghan. $10
Tnudad-Lot 31. block 10; John P. Stackcrt et ux.
tn Wilke C. Prathcr. $10.
Twelfth rtrect northwest, between Rhode Island
arenue and Q street Square S3, part of lot
10-Jobn P. Muckcrt ct ut. to WUkc C
b street nortliwest, between Sixth and ScTcnth
streets Square 412. lot SO; John P. Stuckcrt ct
nx. to Wilkes C. Pratlier. $10
No 60S lrring street northwest SclieuUen Park:
lot LS block 2, Dorotb M. Wildman to Mar
garet It Wroc. S10.
Nos. 913 and SLi F street northwest Square 376.
lots 13 and SO. Edvtard Vf. Gallaudct to the
Washington Loan and Trust Comjiany, trustee,
Between Serenth btrrct, Florida jienue. and Eighth
Klreet northeast sqnare S?3. lots 3. 31 to 41.
IS. 19. 31. 32. 55 to 63. )!. Bradley Dandson and
Luther T. Fnstoc. trustees, to 1'nink G. Dand
son. $21 150.
907 and 811 Fourteenth street northwest Square 230.
lot II; Rebecca F. Worthingtcn to John ODui-
17CS Tcntj-fir"t street ncrtbwct Square 63, lot 7;
Simon D. Bronon to Geo-ge E. Stewart. $10.
Columbia Height' Part of lot 6 block 27; Jamen
J. Keane to James D. Bum. $10.
ElcTcnth street ncrthwest. between O and II streets
square 315. part cf lot 5: Daniel N. BurbarJL
et ux. and John S. West et ux. to Robert
Callahan, jr.. $10.
Woodley Park-Let 31. block 17: Lida J. Purce:i ct
tir to Luther A. Swartzxll. $10. trust.
tI5 Eighth street nortbeoft Sqnare 013. lot 57; H.
eiirtico Lamson to Elizabctli Morritm. $10.
HAITIANS CELE3EATE TO-DAY.
Anniversary of Independence
Island to De Observed.
The independence of Haiti will be
celebrated In WasIunBton to-day, when
the national flag of the republic will
he unfurled over the. legation of Haiti
and the Pan-American Union.
It w.ib on January 1. 1SCU. that the pat
riotic efforts of Iilspanlola culminated in
its liberty. The history of the small
Sranish island is one that attracts the
attention of all .students, and the cele
bration to-day will be marked with
honors paid to the memory of Tousaint
I.ojverture, Gen. Dessallnes, and other
WANT HEADQTJABTEBS ttttbt;
United Spanish War Veterans Haa
Aid of Oklahoma Club.
Attempts are being made by the De
partment of the District of Columbia,
United Spanish War Veterans, to have
the next Lommander-in-chief and na
tional headquarters In Washington. On
behalf of these attempts the Oklahoma
Club of this city have indorsed and pre
sented the name of Comrade John Lewis
Smith, who has likewise received the in-"
dorsement of every camp in the District
Department for commander-in-chief, at
the next national encampment, to be
held In Oklahoma City. Okla.
Comrade Smith has, since 1902, held the
following offices in the department: Jud;e
advocate, department commander. Judge
advocate general, assistant inspector
general, aid on the staff of commander-in-chief.
The department' gives four vital rea
sons why the headquarters should be In
Washington, rirst, the presence ,of a
commander-iji-chief on the ground dur
ing the session of Congress is needed;
second, Washington being the gateway
of the South, It will enable national
headquarters, so situated, to exercise
more influence in the organization in that
section; third, that the legislative pro
gramme of the department, owing to
the political change, will demand mom
attention: fourth, the National Capital
has not had a commander-in-chief since
the amalgamation of the several organ
izations, on April IS. 1904. t '
'" Iaaieteel for False Pretense'.
Robert O. Woodward, of New York.
was Indicted here yesterday by the errand:
Jury; Charged with having secured 13,000
In cash from his employer; a. v. Uni-
way it Co.. of Tfew. York, by alleged
false representations. The indictment
Mao, gives "Wood ward's name as Robert
GratiaaC .and also John Hepry Rober.'
Hft't-r)T.-iir'New sYorit and, dci
SUHDAY, JAlflTABY 1, 1911.
PINE FOREST INN
Summerville, S. C.
NOW OPEN. Mojt artractifc Winter Report
in the south. ABSOLUTELY DRi CLIMATK.
Located m heart of Pine Forest. ROOMS KV
SUITE. WITH PRIVATE BATH. AH modern
lmprorements lrcluJing elerator. Special atten
tion giten to table and erriee. PUKfc. W Arr.K
from artesian "ell on grounds. Llegant 18-bole
Golf Links- NONE BETTER. Tennis. Bowling.
Billiards. Ac. Our own luery: best saddle and
drums horses. For rates ami further informa
tion, address A. II. BLCK. Manager, or F. W.
UAULM.lt A CO.. Owners. Charleston. S. U
"THE CITY CASE FORGOT"
America's Contention and Carniral City.
THE ST. CHARLES
Finest All year Hotel in the Sooth.
Send for Booklet.
Completely rehabilitated. Under new managemr.
European Plan Modern Fireproof
A well-ordered hotel for a discriminating i.bUe
traveling for business or pleasure.
ALrULD S. vMhlt. V. P. and Gen. Mgr.,
Lately Asst. Manager Waldorf-Astoria. N. T.
A1TANTIC CITY HCTEIS.
Ocean end Rhode Island arcane. Splendid table
and service. Special rate for tbe winter. $!!..
$15 per week without bath ; $15 to $25 per week with
batb. Sea water and other baths. Booklet W. U.
WASHINGTON, D. C
NORFOLK & WsSHMGTGN STEJW.80AT C8.
MODERN STEEL PALACE SfEAMLRS.
daily. 6.15 p. m.
Ar. Old Print Crmfort.
daily. 6.33 a. in.
Ar. Norfi Ik.
dail. 6:00 p.m.
Lt. Old Point Ctmfort.
dally. 8 S3 a. m
Thru Tickets on Sale to All Points South,
with stopoirrs at Old Point Comfort and Nortcik.
NEW YORK A.M BOSTON BY SEA.
City Ticket Office. Bond Bldg.. N.t.ar c lKh nw.
Cars from i5tb and N. T. are. erery quarter baas.
Connect at Cnery Chase Lake ntta
Founded in October, 1906.
By CHARLOTTE CRrTTENDEN EVERETT
A boarding and day school for girls, offering grad
uating and electite courses, preparation for Knrc
pean'' trarel r.nc srecial adTantages in. music, art
expression, . and languages. Indiridnat instrnction.
open-air rports erery day of the year tennis,
baket-ball. horseback ridh-g. Primary and inter
medlite departments. The Fletcher . method of
musical instruction is glten in connection with
these departments .under the direction of Miss
Janet Pierpont Rogers. French and German taught
by natlre teachers. Miss Josephine Underwood
Munford. a certified pupil of Leschetlxiy, has
charge of adtsree pupCs in music.
Special Ad-rantaaes la pay Departaacat.
Ckarlottr Crittenden Everett.
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