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THE WASHINGTON HERAIiD. SATURDAY JANUARY 13. 1912.
Fresh Huns, lb 15c
Fresh Shoulders, lb 12c
Pork Loins, lb 15c
Urd,lb , lie
Spare Ribs, Ibi.., 12c
Selected Pork Lob Chops, lb 16c
Lean Pork Chops, lb 13c
Lean Pork Roast, lb 13c
GEESE, FANCY FAT YOUNG MARYLAND STOCK, lb
TURKEYS, PRIME YOUNG MARYLAND BIRDS, lb
Ayrshire Fresh Elgin Creamery
Butter, one-pound prints 38c
Brookfield Fresh Elgin Creamery
Butter, lb 40c
OLD DUTCH MARKET, Inc.
The Mirfcti tf
Revenue-cutter Service Kept Busy
from Maine to North Carolina
Aiding Ships in Distress.
IJoston. Mass., Jan. VZ. Raging on the
Atlantic seaboard from Maine to North
Carolina, one of the most terrific storms
in -.ears is drhinu craft to destruction
en shoaN and rocky Teefs and Imperil
ing the lives of the men who have at
tempted to save crews and passengers
f the doomed vessels. In the Hydro
graphic Office and the Revenue-cutter
EcrWce numerous messages were re
ceded telling of n recks and possible
death. Revenue-cutters stationed along
Ihe sea coast hate been sent to the res
cue of vessels that are foundering In the
The Intense cold and the blinding snow
Florin hae doubled the dangers of death
b storm. Crews and passengers exposed
to the biting gale for hours hate been
curried from their ships by the rescuers
of the Reenue-cutter Service. They
nrrc unable in one instance to raise a
hand to &ave themsehes.
Thus far the wireless reports are in
complete It Is feared that by morning
the death toll from the sea and snow
Rill mount high I'ntll the weather
breaks it will be Impossible for the offi
cials of the Revenue-cutter Sen ice or of
the life-saving stations to tell what dam
age has been done to coasting vessels.
From lletenic Island. Me . came word
this afternoon of the most i-erlous of the
wrecks thus far reported Set en men of
the life-saving crew at urnt Island, who
rescued the thirty men on board the
steamer Carolvn, are on board the ves
sel. hlch Is now being battered to pieces
on the rocky shoals off the southeast end
of the Island and. despite the heroic ef
forts of two revenue cutters to reach
them, they appear doomed.
The Carol n. a big freighter plying be
tween New York and Portland, foundered
on Thursday night, supposedly because of
a miscalculation of her course during the
blinding storm. The southeast comer of
the Island, exposed on three sides to the
wa es. which ran mountain Wgh, was not
WO ards away from the steamer when
the was driven from her course and on
The life-saving crew at Burnt Island
was the first to pick up the ship's S. O.
S the signal of dire distress and the
rrew of seven men. after forwarding the
message to the revenuo cutters Andros
coggin and Woodbury, reached the crew
of the Carolyn shortly before the waves
ripped great seams In the hulll. and with
the aid of the revenuo cutters thirty men
were carried ashore to safety.
After the crew had been landed, the
two cutters Started back for the seven
men left on the Carolyn. The last re
ports were that the huge steamer was
lol breaking up and the rescuers
irere making desperate efforts to save
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SATURDAY, JAN. 13
Sliced Bacon, lb r. .18c
Philadelphia Scrapple, lb 10c
Holly Brand Pure Pork Sausage, lb. 20c
Country Style Sausage, lb. ....... .15c
Comed Shoulders, lb .....lie
Corned Hams, lb 14c
Smoked Hams, lb ......15c
Johnson's Mince Meat, lb 8c
Millbrook Eggs, extra selected and
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the life-savers. The storm Is becoming
worse, and the $300,000 cargo on board
the ship Is doomed.
Wilmington, Jf. C Jan. It A call of
distress came shortly after 1 o'clock this
afternoon, when a three-masted schoon
er, driven on the Frying Pan Shoals
near Wilmington, N. C , began tiring
rockets. This vessel was dismantled by
the storm Half of the foremast was
all that remained, the rigging and sails
havinb ecn torn away long before she
was swept on the shoals.
Capt. Berry, of the revenue cutter
Itasca, stationed at Wilmington, has
been ordered to the rescue of the ves
sel. It was he who, on Monday last,
saved the lives of thirty-one men and
women aboard the steamer Tblstleroy,
which foundered on tne Cape Lookout
MEN AND BOYS, HUNGRY
AND HOMELESS, GATHER
IN MISSIOFS BREAD UNE
Ever- morning, promptly at 6 o'clock,
while the greater portion of the city's
population Is peacefully sleeping, scores
of unfortunate men and boys, hungry
and homeless, gather at the Gospel Mis
sion. m-:i6 John Marshall place north
west, to form Washington's bread line
It Is a scene of sadness which Is en
acted each morning at the little mis
sion. Fully 100 men and boys, some
young In years, but with the cares of
the world sunken upon their wrmKiea
and hardened faces, and others old and
feeble, tottering with premature age.
stand In line each morning before enter
ing upon a day of arduous toil.
This bread line was established In Oc
tober and will be maintained by the mis
sion until March 10 next. To each person
In the line Is given a cup of hot coffee
and several rolls. It is estimated that
by March 30 more than 50,000 cups of cof
fee, li.000 loaves of bread, and thousands
of rolls will have been distributed by the
The mission Is now appealing to the pub
lic to aid in the charitable work which It
is undertaking. It Is pointed out that
j: will feed approximately 100 of the hun
gry, homeless creatures who form the
line. Henry D. Gordon Is treasurer of
the fund, and will receive contributions
at "36 John Marshall place or at his law
offices, 613 Fourteenth street northwest.
The mission has been handicapped in Its
work because of the small supply of
clothing which It has had to furnish the
ragged unfortunates. Herbert vv. Kline,
superintendent of the mission, has an
nounced that a wagon will be sent to
any home for clothing which residents
of the city may be willing to donate.
The Inmates of the mission are fur
nished with hot and cold baths, towels,
and clean beds, and are allowed the use
a piano, local newspapers, and cur
Because of the unusual amount of
poverty and suffering caused by the
cold weather, the Salvation Army yes
terday afternoon opened two branch
offices, making a total of three centers
of help for the poor. The new offices
are located at 106 Four-and-a-half
street, and 3:4:1 street northwest.
The Georgetown branch is in charge
of Albert Davis, and Percy Tew Is su
perintendent of the Four-and-a-half
street office. These two branches will
at The Herald office.
The Market f
be utilized for the distribution of pro
visions to the poor of the surrounding
neighborhoods. Clothing, food, and
coal will be given away.
At the main office, 930 Pennsylvania
avenue northwest, hundreds of persons
are being fed and clothed dally. Each
day ISO loaves of bread are disposed of.
Between S and 7 o'clock every after
noon, free suppers are furnished the
scores of ragged and hungry persons
who appeal to the Institution for help.
The sleeping quarters are greatly over
crowded at night.
DEATH OF F. A. G. HANDY.
"Well-lvnoivn Correspondent expires
at Home In Virginia.
Frederick A. G. Handy, formerly a
well-known newspaper correspondent
here, died at his home- In Barcroft, Va.
yesterday morning. Mr. Handy was
seventy years old and served In the
civil war as a member or the Signal
Corps of the James River Squadron.
For years he represented the Chicago
Tribune and other leading papers here.
and was for a number of years chair
man of the press committee of the
Senate and the House.
Ho was a charter member of the
Gridiron Club, and a member of Po
tomac Lodge. No. S, F A. A. M. The
Gridiron Club will hold a. meeting at
noon to-day to take action as a. result
of his death.
Mrs. Leila C Handy, three sons and
a daughter survive him. Funeral serv
ices will be held on Monday at 15-30
o'clock from the Arlington Presbyte
rian Church. The body will be Interred
In Oak Hill Cemetery, the Masons con
ducting the services.
V. S Depc. cf Agriculture, Weather Bureau.
Washinrton. Friday. Jsnuary It BI2-1 p. ra
The Indication are that the wrsthrr will be
renerally fair Saturday and Sunday rrcr mil dis
trict from the Horsy Mountains to the Atlantic
coast, except that there will be rain or snow
Saturday ra the. South AtUntia Stale.
Cold ware wamUft are diujand in Georria and
Northern and Central Florida.
Midnirbt. U. : a. m.. U: 4 v m.. II. C s. m . IT
I a n. t; 10 i ra.. IT: K noon, II. I p. m, 15;
4 p. ra., 15; C p. in., II, 8 p. xn. II; 19 p. m., 22:
llisbeat. IS; lowest, IX
Relaure htunldity a. m. 90: 3 p. m.. S-; I
f m.. C Rainfall (I p. m. to p. I. ftSJ.
Tcrnnerature uoi date last year Uizhcst. St:
Temperature In Other Clllc.
Temperatures In other cities, tccether with the
amount of rslnrall for the twenty-four hours rodeo.
at 8 p. ra. yesterday, are as follows:
Max. Min. Inm. f.lL
ASMTUle, Ji. U. M 31 3
Atlanta. G. It J 1 M
Atlantic City, K. J 3 3 12 o
Bismarck. X. Dak -t -C8 -
Barton. Mas. C 0 1
Buffalo. N. T. t 4 CI to
CclcacD. Ill II -I 4 0.1J
Cincinnati. Ohio... II ( r
Cheyenne. Wyo. 34 4 32
Darenport. Iowa............. 4 39 4 . .
Denrer. Colo. .,....,. 46 I M 0.01
Des Moines. Ioww. -II -3 -It
Dntath. Minn .. .-14 -.34 -3)
Galrrston. Tel 21 It -4 e 41
Helena. Mont. a -10 43
Indianapolis, Ind. 8 4 4 fl.K
Jsrajon-illr. Ml.. .......... S4 U SI Oil
Kansas City, Mo. 18 8
Little Rock, Ark. It ( II oi
Urn Angeles, Cal TJ to 64 ...
Marquette, Mkh ..... 0 li 10
Memphis. Tenu II 8 12 0 03
New Orleans. La. 48 S3 a Ojh
New York. N. Y. ....... H K
North Platte, Nebr....... 0 14 -3
Omaha. Nebr -10 -36 -13
fhlUdtltWa. ra............ 16 32 II 0 44
rutaburr. Pa................ 11 1J 4 1.3-,
Portland. Me.. 0-3 4 Otu
Portland, Orrc............. 68 3 S6 OM
Salt Lake City. Utah . 40 3
St. Louis, Mo. 3184 0 hi
St. rant. Minn W.....-H 30 -16
San Francisco, Csl. ..... St CO U
Springfield. IU............... -3 -104 om
Tacomt, Wash........ .. U M 0J0
Tampa. Fhu. C 60 GO 0 83
Toledo, Chio.... 10 3 4 0.04
To-day Hlah tide. 3:17 a. m. and 247 n
Low tide. faO a. tn. and 10 p. m.
To4nornw-High tide. 404 a. m. and I2J n .
Low tide. 1034 a. m. and US P. m.
Anthony T. TanL 23. and Clara 1L Vm it .
Sterlinz. Va. Iter. A, 8. Msvbrar.
Ttcmeo N. 8nyder, 35. of Cbarlestown. W. Ya.. and
Lillian Smith. 23. of Greensboro. X. a Ber. James
Emmairael B. Ball, 23, and EZlca Clark. 30. Ber
U 0. Wilson, a. and Alia L. Gaskina, U. Ber.
7. W. Martin.
a IT. Marshall. It. and Maud
Ber. if. W. I. Norman.
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compounded by our Oculists-. ot aPstent Med
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tice for m&ar Tears. Now dedicated to tbe Pab
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Murine Br BaJrela AaepUe Tubes, sa and toe.
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Mercury to Tumble to Near
Zero Point This Morn
ing, Says Forecaster.
SEASON'S RECORD MARK
After Four and One-half Inches'
Fall of Snow, Jack Frost Will
Begin to Recede To-morrow.
The climax of the cold wave which his
held Ihe National Capital In lis srasp
for the past week will be reached this
morning;, according to reports t the
Weather Bureau late last nleht. The
coldest weather In Washlncton this win
ter will be experienced at daybreak this
mornins. If the predictions of the
Weather Man last nleht hit the mark.
According- to the weather wirard. the
mercury will run down to 5 or S degrees
above xero this rrcrnlng".
Then the wave will Immediately begin
to recede, and to-morrow the cold spell
win break. To-day will be fair and much
colder. It will continue cold during- the
day and well Into the night. With the ad
vent of to-morrow morning tne weamer
will begin to moderate. The temperature
will rapidly rise, not only In Washington,
but throughout the entire country.
Cold Wave Contlnentnl.
When the last flakes of snow fell to
the ground last evening the weather
wirard glanced at a little conical-shaped
vessel and announced that four and one-
half Inches of snow had fallen In the
District. The break In the cold wave and
the ending of the snowstorm will be uni
versally welcomed. '
The cold wave which has been sweep
ing the entire country has already begun
to break In the Rocky Mountain sections
and In the far Northwest. The weather
throughout the country will have mod
erated by to-morrow night. There has
been crcat suffering In Wyoming and
Montana, where low temperatures have
been recorded Yesterday It was IS de
crees below zero at Sheridan. Tyo., and
at Malta. Mont., the thermometer regis
tered 50 below. With sero temperature
and two and a half Inches of snow, Chi
cago Is feeling the severity of the winter.
Traffic Is blocked, and there Is great
suffering among the thousands of desti
Yesterday the District street-cleaning
department was kept busy handling the
downfall of snow, which continued In Its
copious descent until the fall of night.
Supt, Paxton pressed Into service all of
his snow-clearing apparatus and a force
of 400 employes to clear the sidewalks
and street crossings and to open up the
The Potomac rtlver Is practically frozen
up. Scores of little vessels with thotr
spars covered with snow and Ice are
Ice-bound. Only two vc'sels ventured
to cut a path from the solid sheet of
Ice yesterday. One was the brave little
Alexandria tug and the other was one
of the gigantic Norfolk steamers.
Many Are Deatltntr.
The Associated Charities and similar
organizations are finding an enormous
amount of charitable work to perform.
Hundreds of destitute families are being
clothed and fed and given shelter. Coal
Is being furnished homes where there
am nn ftrejir fmri I htncr rilstrthute. fnl
persons who know what the pangs of
hunger really are. and clothing is being
given away to half-cnrd. shivering men
and women and children The agents of
the tarlous charitable organizations are
working from early morning until well
Into the night, and still the calls for
help come In, and still the suffering con
tinues among the poor.
Malls all over the country are being de
layed by the storm which has swept the
land. In the West trains are from one to
three days late. Mails from near-by cities
are reaching Washington as much as four
The railway companies of the District
were Kept busy jesterday clearing their
tracks. Notwithstanding the heavy fall
of snow, every car line, both urban and
suburban, was operated on schedule time.
Snow sweepers plied the tracks during
the entire day. opening a path for the
Numbers of inquiries were received at
police headquarters yesterday with re
spect to the removal of snow from the
sidewalks. Scores of persons telephoned
to the District Building to learn If there
was any law compelling the people of Ihe
District to clear the snow from the pave
ments In front of property owned by
mem. The inquiries were answered in
the negative. Thereupon tho inquirers
Tidal llasln Skaters.
Despite the heavy snow and the biting
cold, a large party of skating enthu
siasts gathered on the Tidal Basin yes
terday and prepared the rink for skating
purposes, Supt. Paxton. of the street
cleaning department, furnished the snow
clearing apparatus and several "white
wings," and volunteers aided In the work
of clearing the rink.
For the purpose of raising a fund to
pay the "white wings" furnished by
Supt Paxton a contribution box was es
tablished at the rink side. The box was
contributed by the firm of Rudolph
West. Col. Cosby, superintendent of pub
lic buildings and grounds, who has direct
supervision of the Tidal Basin, gave the
skaters permission to place the box at
The committee In charge of the fund
is composed of Secretary Meyer, of the
Navy Department: Dr. Charles P. Grand-
Held. First Assistant Postmaster General;
Count Benolst d'Azy, of the French Em
bassy; Henri Martin, or the Swiss Lega
tion: Dr. Ernest C Meyer, of the tariff
board; E. C. Palmer, and J. P. Connor,
A larre area has neen cleared, ana too
remaining snow will be removed to-day.
It is expected that hundreds will visit
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Cares a CoMta OneDay.Crspln 3 Days
73e bottles 60c foil plat.
909 7th St. N Brand. Hoosev
FOR NEXT APRIL
Washington Kennel Club to Corral
Prize-winning' Canines for" Ex-,
hibit and Offer Frizes.
Dogdora win come Into Its own again
This much did the Washington Kennel
Club decide at Its meeting held last night
In the Chamber of Commerce rooms for
the Installation of officers. The exact
date has not been fixed. Nor has the
club decided how much will be- added
to the 3745.47 which is now In the treas
ury. But the club lias decided that some
time in April the largest, most varie
gated, aad noisiest collection of canines
ever yet brought to Washington will be
placed in the most convenient public hall,
and this city's unnual dos rhow will
There was a strong suggestion, coming
rrom many members, that cash prizes
should be offered this year for winning
canines, the fund to be made up from
the treasury of the club and a percentage
oi tne entrance fees,
New York, Boston, Chicago, and oth
er metropolitan centers will be searched
for the brainiest, breedlest dogs that
they contain. The bench show commit
tee, in its report last night, stated that
between 600 and 600 canines would cer
tainly add to tha gayety of the occa
sion, and the probabilities were that
many more than the latter number
would bs present.
Before considering the dog show
plans the club installed tha following
President. Dr. Cecil French: vice
president. Edward A. Conroy; secretary,
Charles E. Watson; treasurer. John A.
Kvani: board of governors. Edward s.
Schmld. E. B. Burrltt and Hon. Wlll
llam Llttauer. Another meeting will
be held within a short time, when plans
for the coming show will be completed.
H0MINATI0H- TTrTT.T) UP.
Wlckeraham InTestlaratlng- Protests
Against Jndge Hook.
The selection of a successor to Justice
Harlan on the Supreme bench will proba
bly not be made for several weeks. Presi
dent Taft has directed Attorney General
WIckersham to make an Investigation of
the protests strains, the anoolntment of
Judge William C. Hook, of the Eighth ju
The railroad commissions of Oklahoma,
Nebraska. Minnesota, Ohio, and Kentucky
have nled formal protests against the ap
pointment of Judge Hook over his de
cision In the I-cent rate cases. The Presi
dent has received these complaints, and
has referred them to the Department of
Justice for further consideration.
While various charges against Judge
Hook have not been formally submitted
to President Taft. friends of Judge Hook
have taken steps to deny them.
Attorney General WIckersham favors
the appointment of Secretary of Com
merce and Labor NageL Mr. Nagel is
sixty-two years old, however, and has had
no judicial experience.
SCHOOL FIREBUG SOUGHT.
Klre Marshal and Oetretlvra Fall
tn Find Clew to Culprit.
Despite a careful investigation of the
Incendiary fire which damaged the
rlghtwood School, at Georgia avenue
ana rcaooay street northwest, Thurs
day night by Fire Marshal Nicholson and
Central office Getectlves. no clew to the
person or persons who started the blaze
has been obtained. It is believed the fire
was started by some person or persons
with a mania to see conflagrations.
Fortunately, the quick antral of the
tire engine company, stationed a short
distance from tha schooL rjrevented thf.
flames from damaging the classrooms.
Most of the damage was In the hallway
of tne second floor.
Cbaclea It. and Jane B. lUrnoMa, Iny.
Jotm II. snd Ami. jr. Williams, giit.
Ike and Has Kaxsan. bof.
JcMrh and lillth B. Slijv, bo.
Ilanr K. and Jnsie T. Moran, Ctrl
OIIttt T. and Surio Star Crlcxrobcrsw, bor.
Ricbaid and Sana M. Cbbo. bar.
Venwa A. and VirsinU Upthrgrora, clzL
CToodTille and Cairie Tooss. sirL
3tB and Mirth. Bar. dlL
I2nanuI SeJlaefc. 0 ywra. Washington Barru&s,
Winum It. Nojra. X. SO Ml an. sw.
Kdward O. Noacfa. C, IM K at. aw.
Jama Ik MeOanaM, M. 113) Ith at. n.
Mar Markham. C Cluulwa Dnlmdtr BospC
John C 8. Barrcr. M. Ill DeUddd st. nw.
Florence ITeodcnan. I, 13 4tt st, it.
Infant of Edsar T. and Emma Uram, TI5 A at. ae.
Robert Eerie, 71 rears, IOJ 9th at. nw.
Caxttal and Uoditidrf rnAta Orrr tl.T2.0lD
patronize a large bank.
Such depositors are as
sured of every courtesy at
and remember we pay the
SAME HATE of Interest on both
large and small accounts.
and Trust Company.
Cor. 15th and If. Y. At.
BROADWAY AND IlTtl STKEBT
NEW YORK CITY.
Within .Easy Aeceti of Ertry Potst ef
InUrrst: Mali Bloc ifroo wMamater-.
3 m-sale' walk of SWtforDistilet.
KUTEDl'OUs Exeellesc f CaiilacOoo.
EUROPEAN PLAN, .
Table d'Hote Breakfss 50c
HITlgw,r rw u b"w
Do You Want & Good
Tort can nrrjar Tooxlf for one at 8trsjrs
Bsatnaa Cotlffo ha a few months. We tH ntcora
tha noatuoa for roa bn too an nadr. Mot a
alntle mdnat of tola school la sneaptarsd. OsH.
write, or pbcee for catalacne,
ITH X5D F 8T&, WaSai.lOTOH, D. a
Eberly Emergency Service
With freezing weather come complaints of
burster! pipes from those who suffer. '
This year we inaugurate our "Emergency
Scrvicp," for the benefit of the home with the
burster!. pipe a master plumber mounted on a
motorcycle, carrying a complete kit of tools and
all materials used in emergency work.
'Phone us, day or night, and ask for our
Day JPhone, Slain 2243. Night 'Phone, Col. 2747.
A. EBERLY'S SONS, Inc.
Stover, Ranges, Heaters, Plumbing, Tinning,
Heating, Roof Repairing,
718 Seventh Street Northwest.
SEHT TO CHINA
American Expedition Ordered to
Tientsin to Guard Eailway
Manila, Jan. 1Z American troops are
on their way to China, after weeks of
waiting and weeks of suspense. The
First Battalion of the Fifteenth Infantry
sailed from this city to-day aboard the
transport Logan, bound for Tientsin.
Nearly 6C0 men form the Chinese expe
dition. In addition to the battalion, now
equipped and recruited up to full war
strength, a squad of hospital attendants
was sent, as well as one or two field
The troops will require from four to
six days to reach the Chinese coast. They
win disembark and proceed Immediately
to the Interior, where they wjll take
positions along a stretch of about fifty
miles of the Pekln Railway.
o duty other than the protection of
the line against attack from Chinese rev
olutionists Is mapped out for the Ameri
can troops. They are in no sense an in
vading party, but are proceeding to the
front under the terms of the old Boxer
treaty, which gives the powers tho right
to guard this railroad if necessary to
keep it open.
Mai. James Arrasmlth Is In command
of the American troops. Tie is one of
the most experienced of the Held officers
In the Philippines, and Is regarded as
fully qualified for the work ahead of him.
The American officer is ordered to re
port to the American Minister at Pe
kln and keep In close touch with Mr. Cal
To-day's movement of troops Is the
first into China since the Boxers ten
years ago threatened the lives of all for
eigners in the Chinese empire.
T.rU MARSHALL, Prop.
Famous for a quarter of a
century for its cuisine and
service. A quiet, attractive
place to dine. After-the-thea-ter
parties a specialty.
1323 F Street N. W.
HUNTER On Friday. Januarv 1. 191i
at 4 JO a. m., ROBERT WADE HUN
TER, son of the late Annie E. Hunter.
Funeral Sunday, January II. at 1 p. m
HTJTCHINS On Tuesdav. January .
1SU, ilARY J. HUTCHINS (nee
Klefer). beloved wife of J. T.
Funeral from the residence of her
daughter. Mrs. R. J. Dixon. IT I street
northwest. Saturday, January 13, at
9 a. m., thence to St. Aloyslus' Church,
where hlxh mass will be said for the
repose of her rout Relatives and
friends Invited to attend. Interment
at Mount Olivet Cemetery-
MILITARY ORDER OP TUB LOYAL LEGION
OP THE UNITED STATES.
Commander of the District of Colombia.
CUT f Wasbhizton. Jansarr tt, Utt.
Tba death of Comcanlon WILLIAM liKNUY
PLUNKETT. Brertt Uratrcant-CotoneL IT. 8. Vol-
cnteus ca-Mrmner or The cwncu in this city on
u. lota Instant, Is annouma to the Commander.
Funeral serricrs. at which the attendant, of
Companions la requested, will be held at hla lata
residence. The WUiaon. Foorteentb and narrard
street. N. W at U o'clock A. if. this da. In
terment at tha h'ational Cemetery. Arlington. Vlr-
Br command of
Brertt Major-Genera! CTKUS BCSSET,
U. 8. Volunteers,
THOMAS H. McXEE. Commander.
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
SOI EAST CAPITOL ST.
(tabliabed IB?. CHAS. & ZORHOBST. Mb.
TrT t TlTru-rvrraTOT nnvr
vt. a. xumrnrtti ct sua,
rUSEBAI, DIRECTORS AND BMBALMXRS.
U3 fourteenth street nw.
'Pbcca North SSu,
. "vVrLMAM LGE, Fnaeral Director
and Eabahser. XJrery la crmnectlon. Cummothous
Chaps! and Modem Crematorium. Modest price.
S3 PannaylTsnla. are. nw. Ttlrphone Mala UO.
W. R. SPEARE,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EVBALMER,
.940 F Street N.W.
WASHINGTON. D. C,
Frank A, Spoarc, Mgr.
Of Errry IJeacrtptJoo-ModcrsWy Prlosd.
GEO. C SHAFFER,
I StA, SS,
hOTICE or APPLICATION TTJB CBABTXB.
Notice Is herebr siren of tho intention at the ss
draUoed to spplT to tha Conumastonen of the Dis
trict of Cclombia. on tho TTH OAT Or FEB.
KUAItr. tne. at W o'clock a. nv. for s charter of
Incorporation under tho rxotisloo of an act of Cbn
stss entitled "An act to prorida for tha tocor
rvmtion of trost. loan, mortssfe. and oertala other
corporations within tho District of Corambta." P
nrored October 1. ISO. and embraced Is subchapter
11 of the Cods of the District of fM-rrmhis.
Tb nsma of tho propoasd enmranj shall bs "Tho
MuBsrr Trust Comnanr."
The company la to be crcanlxcd for tho parent
of dotnc fsneral trust, loan, and mortfate business,
and such other business aa mar b authorised by
said act of Conmaa or by th. Coda of tha District
The names of tha mved inonrporatoca art:
Frank A. slonsey,
Harrr M. Clabaugh.
O. W. lYAson.
lMlton J Lambert,
W. T. Itorart.
A. S. VTcrthlncton.
(.eorg. tt- Gallhar,
Urn. P. Code.
Km. Wallace ObUwrD,
winn n. rtoian.
Tho. C. Bridley.
a. v. "Woodward.
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BERBT HILL
Mineral Bccm; Company of Ylrtinia, a corporation
Incorporated under tha lawa of tha District of
Columbia, to January L ITU:
Capital stock...... ......4UO.O0O CO
Amount of stock issued... .............. 131.000 CO
The treasury stock b held by trustee to
securo a loan of. ................. ft.(D0 M
Amount of rtbtlnc dvtj.... ........... ..... usili
C W SILVET. Secy and Treasurer.
W. E. COONS. Vie. President.
Perionallr appeared bsfora ma , C W. Sdrer.
Secretary and Tteawurr. and W. E. Coons. Vios
President of the Bcrrr Hill Mineral Enrinw Cora-
panr of Vbxinla. sad beizc chuj fwmu, msd. oath
that the toRsoing- stanrmmt la correct, to tha best
i uietr anowieozo ana Deurf.
Girrn under my band this loth day of January.
!. (Seal) W. A. TOVTELL,
DrrU Clerk of Ctuppper Crrcolt Court.
ANNUAL REPORT OF LCTZ CO. A COR
poratlon created inder the lawa of the District of
Columbia. The amount of capital of said oomnany
la C10CO.00. an of which la actually and fully raid
and tho amount of eslatlnf debts of said company
I UIEK ALFRED O GROSS. PmldVnt and
Trustee; U. O. PLL'GGE. Treasurer snd Trustee.
District of Columbia, ss
I, ALFRED G. GROSS. President of Lots
Co.. the corporation aboea named, do solemnly awrar
that the forecoins report is rrae. to th. bn of mr
knowledaw and belief. ALFRED G GROSS
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Eth dsr
of Jsnnary, 1KZ. CHAS. W. BLACKWOOD.
Notarial ScaU Notary Public.
On account of tha heary los la th
rlrer. tha ferry serrice between tVaah
inston and Alexandria wal be discon
tinued until further notion.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE CERTIFI-
catrs of Class A stock. No. . ;n. TUL TIC
of the Mortfas and Load Bansinf Company cf
Mexico City. Mexico, were lost ta th. wreck of
the Ward Ltn. iteamer Merlda is May BU.
ARTHUR CUSHMAK. a!23t
Offlce of the
United Grocers Co.,
8th and F St. X. AV.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS have
this day declared a dividend from the
net earnlne-s at rate of 10 ter cent.
payable to all shareholders of record.
it. j. iiAuu.-ucik t'res.
Washington. D. C Jan. 10. 1915.
A limited number oT shares are offered
for sale at par, ilO, until
IS further notice.
j. b. r.inns.
Firstclsaa work snd a 10-rtsr suarsntee ;-rtsaoF.
sola. Call M.. SXTm.. and set rstimata. MAX
BROT8KT at SOS. Mirror Manufacturer. CI p
nw. ir. Mf
NOTICE IS UERE8T GIVEN THAT RT On
der of th. board of directors, a meetinr. of th.
stockholders of the Potomac EUwtrlc Power Com
ranj is called to meet at the oOco of the company.
Fourteenth and East Capitol streets, in the dty of
Washlsston. District of Colombia, on the a ST
DAT OP JANCART. OH. at 11 o'clock a. m,
lor tb. purpose of considerux and taMnf tha action
ceceiaary for th. compsny to further inereasa th.
amount of Its capital stock snd to extend tb. scop,
cf It business under, by rirtu of. and la conform
ity with th. prorisious of chapter It, of tha Coda
of Law of tha District of Columbia.
CLARENCE P. KISO.
M. E. A1LES.
CHARLES J. BELL.
W. F. HAM. .
CLARENCE F. NORUENT.
WM. LOEB. Jr..
WM. B. BIBBS.
VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH. NAT-
uraL nonsurgical: 400-p. book free. Apply
by maH.' Hit Colorado Bide. Free lecture)
for women Wednesdays at 2:30 p. m.
W. A. SWENK rS CO.
ESS Seventh St. N. W. Closing: out
children's shoes. Prices greatly re
duced at and below cost.
You Haven't Tasted
The floe of gri!d!e cakes unless
Hllluf'S ,on'" enjoyed tha kind tbst
SWKJISinj wheat riaids. Msde ot choicest
HAkmail anouaunsrown crain; moss ana
" C7At your srQccra. 7Co consumers supplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW G BRO..
VTbolesai Grocers. Itth sad M sta ss. -
newly invented nail splits as it is
driven into the wood, the parts separatinc
to that it cannot be withdrawn.
Chile, claims that tb: Island' cf ChCoe. od Its mt
ccasL b the oeirinal home cf tha potato, IT hatlnc
been culUratcd then stoaa aatV Jj, U aWamtilti