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THE WASHINGTON HERAiliD MONDAY. JANUABY 15. 1912.
"SfV -' """,'
ARRIYE IN CAPITAL
Here to Urge Passage of Bill Pro
Tiding for Entertainment of
President C C. Moore, Judge Curtis
H. I4ndley. and Frederick. X V. Skiff,
representatives of the Panama exposi
tion, arrived In Washington yesterday.
They will appear before the Senate Com
mittee on Industrial Expositions this
niomlnc in support of the bill to provide
a Federal commission for entertainment
of foreisn delegates to the exposition.
The delegates met Senator Perkins and
representatives Kahn. Hayes. Needham,
Knowland. and Stephens yesterday aft
ernoon. The other California Congress
men were unable to be present.
The conference cohered the bills rela
tive to the commission, and plans to
bare the government allow the exposi
tion company use of lands on the mili
tary reservation at the Presidio. Judge
XJndley will be spokesman at the hear
ing to-day. to -which the California dele
gation In Congress has been invited.
fcnator Root, of Now York, chairman of
the committee, will preside.
"The progress of work on the expo
sition has been entirely satisfactory,"
President Moore said last night. "We are
ready to commence grading for founda
tions, r have every reason to believe
our business In Washington nlll pro
ceed expeditiously and successfully,"
QUINN IN BAD WAY.
Wife Asphyxiated and Huahand
Likely to Die.
James Qulnn, sixty-flve years old.
found unconscious from the effects of
illuminating gas with his wife. Bertha,
aged sixty, who died on her way to the
Emergency Hospital Saturday afternoon,
is still In a critical condition Blnce being
found In the little room he occupied in
tho home of his stepson, Alexander
Frelshelm, at 659 E street southwest.
Qulnn has not regained consciousness.
The body of Mrs. Qulnn was taken to
the morgue. Coroner Nevitt gave a cer
tificate of death from accidental causes.
The body was removed to the undertak
ing establishment of Frank Gelera Sons
at 1111 Seventh street northwest. The
funeral will be conducted from the un
COLUMBIA FACES BEVOLT.
After Fourteen 1 ears of Peace, TJp
rlilnc Is Ilelleved esr.
After fourteen years of peace the re
public of Colombia. Is face to face with
a reolutlon According to Information
that reached Washington last night. Gen.
Rafael tribe, who fought in the revolu
tion of 1S9S. and who Is now a member
Of the Colombian congress, la leading the
present movement. He has the backing
of the radical party.
It is stated that the government will
assume definite shape within the next
"SIGNIFICANCE OF 1912."
3Irs. Janet B. McGovern Says
"W orld'a 1 ork 3Int Be Widened.
Mrs. Janet B McGoiern lectured yes
terday at Theosophlc Hall on "The sig
nificance of new year-
"The keynote of the new year," said
Mrs McGoern. "is unity, evidenced In
all lines of the world's work. The effort
of th scientist to-day Is no longer to
carry a searchlight into his own little
comer but to bring into corelatlon all
the fcflences In religion and sociology
the effort Is toward uplift, the prevention
of injustice, and the safeguarding of the
I.etTla B. Gee Granted Divorce.
On a cross-bill filed when his wife
sued for a limited dhorce. Lewis B.
Gee has been granted an absolute di
vorce by Justice Wright, of Equity Court
No L Gee was awarded the custody
of the children. He is a policeman de
tailed at the White House
Local, National, and
WILL BE DISCUSSED ON
American, Constitutional and Christian, By
ALONZO T. JONES,
A Speaker Well Known in Europe, Alia, and America.
Subject, "America Leading the World, and Why."
To-night at 7:30 'Clock.
Finn's Hall, 8th and K Sts. N. W.
Admittance and Exit Free.
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Third Mnsicale of Arion Gesang
verein Attracts large . Crowd
and Is Artistio Success.
Lost nighf a third musicals of the Arion
Gesangvereln attracted a large crowd to
the Arion clubhouse, and proved a highly
artistic snceess, every number on the
programme being given in accomplished
style, those contributing being liberally
recognized by applause and th,e demand
The programme, which was presented
under the leadership of Prof. Karl Holer,
the musical director of the Arion, con
tained the following numbers:
Choruses. (a) "Abschied" (Klrchl).
b) "Wie'a Dahelm War" (by request).
(Wolgemuth), Arion Gesangvereln; (a)
caprice. "Coquette" (Weber): (b) march.
Troopers" (Bacon), Jfordlca Banjo Club,
W. T. Holt director; bass solo, "Hybrlas
the Cretan" (Elliott). Thomas A. Mur
ray: duet for flute and clarinet, Lo,
Hear the Gentle Lark" (Lax), Edward 8.
Bergh and August Volth; polka, "West
Lawn" (Glynn). Nordlca Banjo Club;
tenor solo, 1 Love. Thee" (Buck), Mel
ville Hensey; cornet solo. "Original Air
Varie" (Dagnelles). -William T. Davis:
quartet (a) "Waltz Song" (Parka), (b)
"Good Night, Beloved" (Plnsutl). Schu
bert Quartet and Messrs. Hensey, Mo
Namee, Murray, and Duggan.
The annual meeting of the aerman
American Beneficial Association, which
took place yesterday at WaasmamVs Hall,
resulted in the election of the following
officers: George F. Meyer, president;
Stephen Frank, vice president; John
DIetz. secretary; John N. Auth, treas
urer;; "W. C. Luecker, Joe Neuland, and
Nlkolaus Wiegand, board of trustees.
The Suablan Sick Benefit Association
metatWassmsnn'sHall last night, trans
acting routine business and electing offi
cers for the coming year. They are Fritx
Hanold, president; J. A. Schnerger, vice
president;1 Michael DIetz. secretary, and
Hy Xander, treasurer.
The Columbia Tumvereki entertained
its members and friends at a convert at
the clubhouse last night.
FRANCE HAS EYE
ON CANAL ZONE
M. Casimir-Perier, Son of Former
President of France, Here to
Investigate Toll Question.
Claude Caslmlr-Perler, son of a former
President of France, who has been In this
country for three months, is registered
at the Shoreharn. He will start in a few
days to visit the principal cities of the
United States. He has been commls
sloned to Investigate what effect the open'
lng of the Panama Canal will produce on
the trade of France.
M. Caslmlr-Perler. whose father was
assassinated while President of France,
will visit Galveston. New Orleans, Mo
bile. San Diego. San Francisco, Tacoma,
Portland. Seattle, Vancouver, the Canal
Zone, and the west Indies.
"Whether France can operate through
the canal will depend, of course, upon the
canal tolls and the cost Of coal." he said
last night. "If there Is a canal charge
of. say. $1 a ton. I believe that a good
share of the foreign trade will be driven
"I think It is of the utmost importance
that this question of tolls be settled at
once. The opening or tne canal means
a deelopment of trade, and -the steam
ship lines cannot build vessels to meet
this condition until they know the canal
charges and so can figure on the cost of
Walter Overcome by Gas.
George Jackson, a waiter, twenty-five
years old. was found overcome by gas
In his room at 468 Pennsylvania avenue
northwest, shortly after 1.S0 o'clock yes
terday afternoon. He was taken to
Emergency Hospital. Physicians say he
WHAT MESSAGE HAS
Father C&vaaaujfa's Sermon on Oo
cuioa of Cardinal Gibbons' An
nual Visit to St. latricVs.
Ton cannot fltnt liquor nor tost In
a man's blood -with nutria lanterns, nor
with chsaa clothes and nice table man
ners." said Very B. Dr. John Cava
naurh, in his sermon at St Patrick's
Church yesterday morning, on the oc
casion of the annual New Tear's visita
tion of Cardinal Gibbon to the Catholics
of this city.
In further discussing the attempt of
some sociologists to provide a working
substitute for religious faith, the preach
er said, "not all the poetry aver written
could have made the truly Christian
home the lovely thing it is. Nor the
acutest philosophy ever brought about
a Christian community. Not all tha
charming literature ever penned can as
suage the sorrow-laden heart nor con
dole the grief-stricken. Philosophy and
poetry are all very well for the easy
chair and warm slippers- of the social
philosopher whose life runs In pleasant
ways. But what do they as such know
of life? How can they solve the problem
or tne great heaving masses, -of the
struggling people on whose shoulders
ride caret What can avail the thin
anemia philosopher In whose veins
the red blood never ran rlotT "What
message has be for the great heav
ing masses of the toiling populaesT
Not all their philosophy can do as much
ror people whose problems of Ilia are
real, as one whisper of the true faith,
one smoldering spark of love divine."
catholics from every parish in this
city, liberally sprinkled with Protestant.
braved the severe weather yesterday
morning and went to old St. Patrick's
to pay their tribute of esteem to James
Cardinal Gibbons, the venerable dean of
the American cardlnalate. The church
was decorated with the crimson color
of the cardinal's rank. The cardinal
occupied his throne in the sanctuary dur
ing the services attended by monsignorl
Special Musical Programme.
A specially arranged musical pro
gramme accompanied by an augmented
orchestra added tonal color to the spec
After services the cardinal and the
attending clergy repaired to Carroll Hail,
adjoining the church, where he held a
reception. There were many of Wash
ington's diplomats, society people, of
ficials of the government, and prominent
men and women in line.
The celebrant of the mass was the Rev.
Carroll Mllholland. of St. Mary's Semi
nary; the deacon, the Rev. George Sau
vase, of the Catholic University: the
subdeacon. the Rev. John If. McNamara,
of St Patrick's parish. The masters of
ceremonies were the Revs. William J.
Carroll and James A. Smyth.
The following musical programme was
preeented under the direction of Prof.
Anton Qloetxner: Processional (Gou
nod), organ and orchestra: Introlt (Mills
SIlby), by the sanctuary choir; Kyrle and
Gloria (Beethoven), mixed choir; An
dreas' "Graduale," sanctuary choir; Gou
nod's "Ad Regem Pastorum." mixed
choir: SIIbys "Alleluia, "sanctuary
choir; Gibbons' "Veni Creator." sanc
tuary choir; Beethoven's "Credo," mixed
choir: offertory (Palestrlna), sanctuary
choir; Beethoven's "Sanctus," "BenedlczJ
tus," and "Agnus Del." mixed choir;
communion (Mills Sllby), sanctuary choir.
Prominent aien There.
Among those at the services were Chief
Justice and Mrs. White. Baron Ilengel
muller. the Austrian Ambassador. Mr. K.
Haventth, Minister from Belgium, Speak
er Clark, Secretary of the Treasury Mac
Veagh, Attorney General Wlckersham.
Postmaster General Hitchcock. Secretary
of Commerce and Labor Nagel. Senators
Lodge, of Massachusetts; Bacon, of
Georgia; Penrose, of Pennsylvania;
O Gorman, of New Tork. and Bwanson.
of Virginia: Representatives Joseph G.
Cannon, of Illinois; Ben Johnson, of Ken
tucky; Albert S. Burleson, of Texas;
Charles V. Fomes, of New Tork. T T.
Ansberry, of Ohio; John J. Fltrgerald, or
New Tork; Henry M. Goldfogle. of New
Tork; George F. O'Shaunessy, of Roods
Island; William J. Cary. of Wisconsin;
Gen. and Mrs. John M. Wilson. Gen. and
Miss O'Connell. MaJ. and 'Mrs. WsBach
McCathran, Admiral and Mrs. Rand, CoL
Cosby, IT. S. A.: Lawrence O. Murray,
Comptroller of the Currency; Judge and
Mrs. Martin A. Knapp, Commissioner
Rudolph, Commissioner Johnston, Charles
P. Kelil, Commissioner of Labor; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert J. Wynne. Chief Justloe
Clabaugh, D. W. Baker, George E. Ham
ilton. Samuel G. Blythe. John Joy Ed
son, Maurice D. O'Connell. Judge Thomas
H. Callan, and others.
FOWLS ABBIVEFOB SHOW.
Old Masonto Temple Ready to
House Ponltrr Exhibit.
The main auditorium of Old Masonlo
Temple Is In readiness for the annual
show of the Washington Poultry and
Pigeon Association, which begins a four
days' exhibit to-morrow.
Every train-carrying express arriving
at union Station yesterday and last
night brought In large and small con
signments of chickens, ducks, geese,
swan, pigeons, and other birds that will
be shows at the exhibit
BAN OH "TURKEY TBOT." ,
White House Will Not Bee the Ob
The "turkey trot" "grixzly bear," and
similar dances will from now on be
barred from the White House. After
observing the movement of a sample
'turkey trot" played at her request by
the Marine Band. Mrs. Taft has decided
that it and its fetiow-dahces simply will
not do. So great is Mrs. Taft'a dislike
for the "turkey-trot" that she stopped
the Marine Band right In the middle of it
City Magistrate Gllroy Dead.
New Tork, Jan. It City Magistrate
Eugene C Gllroy died at Far Bockaway
to-night from pleuro-pnemnonla, compli
cated by other diseases. He was a son
of the late Thomas F. Gllroy, former
mayor of New Tork, who died only a
few weeks ago.
Geoniaas M. UeCaw, ?, TM Via sts, na.
i..i. Luii, Bw 133 Bamrd ct, nw,
Xatherin Maloner, . Of A it s.
Jobs H. Maria, tl.cgMst.nv.
Bobert O. Birnnm. L SI 4th at a.
Catherine Acs Cramphn. It, 123 tlh it aw.
wiw.m w Bods. U. ISBitw
Aldo 7, Love, ST, at Qulncy place nv.
Walker CStnpheTl. at, 281 Kwt.Br.
John W. Bardesty. IS. 1 Bth st nv.
Mabel Clrmmta. a. TsberaiksU Harp.
Certrjde Amfltr. 85. Erta E.. E. and T Hosp,
Witt! Ywr Evis Mewl Cart
Try Murine Ere Eemeir. No Bnntrrlng feels
Tlae AeU Quickly. Try It for Sed, Weak,
Watery Eyes and araaslated EyelUaT niui
Itxated Book in each Package. Murine u
I compottaaea by our Ocnllsts not aTstent Med
letne" tu nsea tn SBcoetsfal Fhriidint' Prxo
Moo for many rears. Mow dedlcsttn to tb Pob
lle and sold tor Piacrltts at aesaa Me MrBottle.
I Marine Kre ealToIaXpMo Tube as sadue,
HursM lr itffiMbr cM Cruoag,
COLD WAYE CAUSE
OF FIFTEEN FIRES
Bunting of Stoves Responsible for
Majority of Blues Which Seep
the Department Sosy.
From ths minutes Immediately preced
ing dawn until the fall of night yester
day, Washington's Are department that
section of It at least on duty during
those hours-was taxed ,to Its utmost ca
pacity, regarding not only the adapt
ability ot Its horse-drawn apparatus over
the snow and ice covered streets, but the
mettle of both men .and horses in with
standing ft day which will go down in
wtalhir '"history aa an extremely cold
Fifteen times alarms of fire were
founded and fifteen blase were fought
and extinguished. Probably not In recent
years has the number of Ares in a elnglo
day been exceeded. Tot with the large
number of blasss the total damage will
not exceed much more than ti.000. There
Is a probability that one fatality may
result from the day of conflagrations.
Michael FronlnL fourteen-year-old son
of Michael Tronlnl, who was struck by a.
piece of iron when a stove nursi in nis
home and caused a small blaze. Is lying
at Emergency Hospital with a fracture
ot the skulL Physicians say that the
boy's condition Is serious, but he has a
chance to recover.
One feature of the day's blazes waa
the number of stoves which burst be
cause of frozen water in the heating
apparatus attached to them. Nearly
half a dozen blazes were caused in this
way, whllo in each instance the lives of
persons in the vicinity of the explosion
Fire In Hotel.
The most disastrous of the fires oc
curred in the basement and kitchen of
the Washington Inn at SS North Capitol
street and caused damages amounting
to about t0. The fire was discovered
shortly before S o'clock in the evening.
The arrival of the fire engines and lire
men confined the blaze to the basement
and kitchen ot the hostelry and pre
vented a panlo among the guests. The
4-hotel Is conducted byP. W. Reynolds
and owned by Mrs. John Talty. The
damage dono by the Ore and aler is
covered by Insurance. The fire was
caused by a pile of trash becoming Ig
nited by sparks falling from a furnace
in the cellar of the hostelry.
The signal for the commencement of
the day's conflagrations was sounded
shortly after S o'clock In the morning,
when a small blaze was discovered in
the cellar of the hardware establishment
of Barber Ross, at Eleventh and G
streets northwest Because of the cen
tral locality of the scene of the Ore. two
alarms were sounded. About half a dozen
companies responded. It developed upon
Inestlgatlon that the fire waa Insignifi
cant A quantity of Inflammable material
had Ignited unaccountably and set fire
to some kindling wood.
Unluckily for those whose duty It was
to fight the Are. the thermometer at the
time when the hoso waa being connected
at the plugs In the vicinity of the Barber
& Ross building registered 13 degrees be
low zero. Great hardship wsjt experi
enced by tho firemen In'' connecting the
hose, aa the water coming from the
plugs froze almost as soon as it came In
contact with the air.
A two hours" lull ot inactivity ensued
after the first alarm, and about S o clock
a small lire In the vestibule of J. M.
Benberton's residence, at SCI N street
northwest, called out No. 7 Engine Com
pany. The fire waa started by burning
rags tied around a gas meter to thaw it
out This melted off a lead connection
and the escaping gas ignited. The dam
age done by the blaze was smsIL
Frederick Burgess and Mrs. Harriet
Mattlngly, of 412 Sixth street northwest
were slightly Injured on the bands and
face when a stoe in the house bunted.
The lire was extinguished before much
damage had been done. Both Mrs. Mat
tlngly and Burgess refused to go to a
hospital tor treatment
For more than an hour bursting water
fronts in three stoves at 00 I street, lit
Twenty-third street and MJ New Hamp
shire avenue northwest kept the fire ap
paratus In the Third precinct busily en
Explosion Injures Boy.
At The I street address Macbael
Fronlni, Jr.. fourteen years old, waa seri
ously injured, when a piece of the burst
ing stove struck him In the head. The
boy was playing in front of the stove
with a pet dog, when he was suddenly
knocked unconscious. He was picked up
by his father, while other members of
the family sounded an alarm of Are. and
taken to the Emergency Hospital. There
he waa found to be suffering from a frac
ture of the skulL His condition is con
Th Ores at OS Twenty-third street
which is occupied by Burrlll Jordan, and
at 903 New Hampshire avenue northwest
which Is occupied by Ella Thomas, col
ored, were easily extinguished. The dam
age done by the blazes In each case
The family ot Thomas S. Wood, at K8
Massachusetts avenue northeast, were
given a bad scare shortly after 8 30
o'clock In the morning when the kitchen
stove bunted and caused a small blaze.
About $50 damage was done before the
blaze was extinguished.
A portiere catching Ore from a. lamp
caused a small fire in the parlor of KB
Rhode Island avenue northwest occupied
by Mrs. Rena Hln. The Are caused
about 110 damage.
Explosion of the kitchen range in the
home of Frank Btackwell, at 1MT Twcnty
flrst street northwest, caused a small Are
shortly after noon. About ISO damage
was done by the Are and water.
A small Are of unknown origin was
discovered on the second floor of the
residence of James T. Anderson, 16U
Kreamer street northeast, shortly after
2 o'clock in the afternoon. The Are waa
confined to the rear room and was ex
tinguished after damaging the house to
th extent ot about 175.
A defective fireplace In the house at
VX New Jersey avenue northwest caused
a small blaze shortly after 4 JO o'clock In
the afternoon in the house next door, at
1221 New Jersey avenue, occupied by
Mrs. Margaret McKee. About C5 worth
of property had been destroyed.
Residents of 17 Chestnut street Ta
koma Park, were alarmed shortly after
620 o'clock In the afternoon, when a
small blaze in the house occupied by
William Stuennann threatened to . de
stroy the structure. Stuennann assisted
by members of bis family, however; pre
vented the blaze from gaining headway
and extinguished it before it had dam-'
aged his homo significantly. The fire
was caused by a lace curtain coming In
contact with a lighted gas iJet The dam
age done Is estimated at CO.
A defective fiue in the homo of Upshur
Moorhead. at 173 K street northwest
called out No. 1 Engine Company In the
afternoon. The fire was confined to the
chimney and waa extinguished before
any damage was done. Engine Company
No. 9 responded to a fire in the chimney
of Mrs. Adele Hillyers residence, at a
Hulyer "Place, and extinguished a slight
blaze before any damage waa done.
Risks Death, bat Survives.
, -v Tn 14 Walter Rud-
dlraan. flrsfmate of the tug Joseph Peene.
Jr., risked death tnis atioiuw.. --...-lng
across the Hudson River and hack on
a aare. -it as ininjr j - - -
mad. the trip over the lee. and attests
severity. M Vw-.
sxswosemnmmsafS 1912 1
A. LISNER WASHINGTON, D. C. G STREET
"The Bon Ton'?
Mme. Milne, the famous au
thority, says: "The Bon Ton
Corsets of 1912 are superior
in so many respects that it is
unlikely they will be excelled
by any, and are certain to be
equaled by few."
suffices for an un
usually lone "Bon
Ton" Corset, with lace"
and ribbon trimmings and1
lj-inch wide garters. Good
value at $5.00.
(JJ for the new "Bon
Jlkt Ton" Reducing Cor
tt set; has elastic gore
thighs; with silk garters and
all the features of $10 cor
for the new "Bon
Ton" Corsets; dou
ble boned: of
French Batiste, trimmed with"
all the elaboration of most ex
pensive French corsets.
Grand Opening of the Reliable Bplulsteriig Ci.
We will give a special offering for five days only on all branches ot
Beunholsterlnr E-nleoe Parlor Unites
Write or phone, and an expert up
holsterer will call with samples.
No connection with any other concern in this city; no apprentices do
our work We employ only first-class workmen. Our work is guaranteed
to be satisfactory. Take advantage of this five-day offer.
Reliable Upholstering ani Slip Cover Co.,
'Phone H. 4541. 212 Bank of Ceaaerce BI4g 7th and E Sts. H. W.
U. S. Dn. 1 Arriealtun. TO&tbv Bran.
Vftsilaitoo. 8undi7, Jin, It W3-S n. m.
Ilamirk&bta taspcntBre extras mra tended ta
U Cnitrd BUtts en SundiT. la ths Atltstu
eutn taapmbm inn mnwullr kw. sod st
ml points spcraxlsuUd the km! nsdlas hera
tofen mndrd la Juraarr. at WuMTrrfrwi. D. O.
tae Unipcntar m 23 desme helow sao, sod at
NorthSeU. L. 3 dtfran below fro. la Eotuxra
California tad Arums taspstmtsrai art ray hlia
for tho teuon. tnd it a somber af pisen eqmled or
exceeded the hlfheet mdlace erer brcre recorded
ta Jecturr. At Los Ancles the tcmpentsni 8ub
dlf tu Sfi decree.
A. dunes ta lower tempenbjn uHl eeencreed
tie Mlddl West MoocUr sad ths Atltatle SUte
MoDdtr nlcht tad Ttaredar. Rijiaf temsenhoe U
tadlcsled for tie Kortaera Flelns Bute and tha
Northern Bockr MoanUia nrko MoocUr and ths
ruin EUte and tb Misdistgcf Vtnar TnexUr.
Cold wit wunlnci bar been iaavd for MldJ
pn. IlUnol, Indiana. Ohio, West Vuxtnia, Ken
tacky, Western rennsrltanl. estrass Weetara 2iew
Tork, Northern Tenneue. Southeastern lows, aad
Local Tempera t lire.
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of sunshine, 0.1 rr cent ot posatbla smuiMn. .
Temperature sam date last roar Tllctll, 6,
Temperature la Other Cities.
lajmtoB In other due, torether with ths
amount ot rainfall for the twentjfour boon endea
at I p. n. jestcrfij. an aa foUowa:
Max. Mln. 1p.m. fall.
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Dearer. Colo ...... M IS 65
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Indianapolis, Ind. . . S t 9
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BprlncBeld. Ill "
Tampa, na.. H C 0 .
Toledo, Ohio .... a a M
Vlcxsbsrr, Wis... 2 .-.
Today-Hlca tide, I il a. a. and 11 P. a. I tow
tide, ll-t a. m,
p -at. M. ffl sn- and IIS B. CB.Z
low tide. 20 s. nv andliap. m.
Hunyon'a Rnenmatism Core seldom falla
lo relieve pains In legs. arms. back, stiff
IT. !.i.,.4ninfa In a few hoars. Posl-
trrely cures id a iew oaj. y .
put- the dlsesse tn fc-irtT?
r -w.- "- s. -,- ,. - .
efV .esawf' ,aBsr
in heavy tapestry or velour: new
springs where necessary: silk cord and
gimp, made In latest styles. Old frames
cleaned, varnished, and o A tQ
made to look like new. 2M.V3
Regulsr price, J1JS0 ifa-ge
nd good n
for a 20-yard E-plece suite. Begular
Heavy grade Belgium Linen Striped
Damask. Finest workmanship guaran
teed. We are the originators ot popular
crlced Silo Covers in Washlneton.
, ft BO, f3, and M desesu
Family Qnallty Henae.
909 7th St No Branch Houses.
C2aQdnn mxtd nfnltsv Dbt mad rL-tiL rVwrrw'
Btutness-. Grided. CoUtTta. IxtTJ. Spml CotassT Atv
rxaa&1iuuuaij juncua BXXiiVJ VtaOUIaS Vl-eF
tonn. aTsVeVjiUba mjws aAMsj
ixi. u un. ST. -raoD.1 iu ,
Do You Want a Good
Tea can trepan rocnelt tor on at Sbajtrs
Business CoUefa In a few Tnrntri, W wQl jnam
ths pMltVti for Toa when you are ready. Mot a
ainrV tradnat of this school Is saeaplortd. Can,
writ, or 'phone for eatalosn
ELocxmox a.td sixcrvti.
Mrs. E3UX.T FRECn BAIIXES,
143 Ele-rrnth St. If. K. Thone Line. 173B.
PAIMER--Boddenly. on Friday, January
IX. 1911 at Providence Hospital, WAL
LACE T. PALMER
Funeral from Oeorse P. Zorborst's un
dertaklne parlors, an East Capitol
street, on Monday, January IS, at 1 JO
?w tn. Interment (private) at ArUng
on Cemetery. Ofew York and Con
necticut papers please copy.)
PADQETT Members of Mount Vernon
Council. No. 18. Jr. O. U. A. M-. will
assemble at S3 L. street southeast,
Vednesday, January IT. at 2 p. nv.
for the purpose of attendlntr the
funeral of our late brother. W. R.
PADOElT- By order of Council.
James A. Frailer, Councilor. Attest:
John E. Smallwood, RecordlnT Secre
tary. PDHEHAI DIBECT0B3.
CtEOIGE P. ZTJBE0BST,
St EAST CAPITOL ST.
w.tji.v- US. n"" 8. ZUSBOBST. VtjT.
W. S. PDMPHEEY & SON.
rraraAi, DiBEOTOBa and anrBiiMiHtn
ISJ reoiteenta street nw.
Chanel. - 'Phone Sorts. MB.
J. WnxXAir LEE, Piineral Dtreeter"
and ssw..w.. tiesTj la ormertlnn. txaanucaovj
e , .. v, . r.iii., .Inm- Xforf,at cries.
SB Paunajtranla m nw. glphon Mala Has.
W. R. SPEARE,
rmnauii siBEoroa and rMBAi.Mtit.
940 F Street N.W.
VrASUXNOTOK. IX C.
Tatones Main ca.
Frank A. Speare, Mgr.
Of Bnn BmatBOm-UatmUti PrSaO.
aio. a SHATFEE,
x.u. u. oaaexja,
IpuuUful sTaral Dslsa. tot miosaUa to
the New Corsets.
The question to answer'ls:
"Which Corsets most satis
factorily assure style, comfort,
It a question puzzling to
other than an expert The ad
vice of Mme. Milne, probably
the leading connoisseur of to
day, has been sought and paid
With the expense incidental
to the production of long cor
sets and straight lines the
vogue the problem is to sup
ply reliable models at a low
price The new Royal
Worcester Corsets of 1912
seem to meet every require
ments Mine. Milne says of
them) "At the prices asked,
these torsets are marvelously
for New "Roy
Corsets : loneer
than ahy previously sold at
$3.00. Fitted with six garters.
for New "Roy
double boning, adjusting ar
rangement at bust, and at
tached garters of strong elas
NOTIGE OP APTLIOATIOW FOB CHABTZS.
Motto Is bereor flreo of th hrtentlm of the rm-ii-r.ipil
to apply to th OammiastoneTS ot th Dla
trtet of Colombia, on th fTH DAT Os TEB
BUAItr. HO. at 10 o'clock a. nv. tor s charter ot
trrccrporacon under th profl&ton of aa act of Con
cress entttled "An set to profile far th incor
poration of trust, loan, mortrars. and certain other
corporation wuhtn th District of Cbrmnhta. ay
prmed October L O90, aad smbraoad in subchapter
U of th Cod of th District of Cblsmhla.
Tb nam of th propossd rrsnranr shall b The
llacsey Trust Ctzspanr."
Tb ""'i"r Is to b crcanisad for th pnrpos
of dolus reoeral trust, loan, and Trvvtp Iwirljsss.
and such other Imiliuss as rasy b anrhrr'swl by
said act of Cacsrea or by th Occe ct th District
Th namss of th rattixesd liaiayuatoc arsi
yrank A. atunser.
Jsme y. prater.
Parry it fTlsUni!.
a W. Watson.
Wilton J Lambert,
W. T. Dewart-
Aasiey M. boaia.
Gears B. Oalther.
Wm. P. Code.
Wav Wallao ChlswatL
John H Nolan,
Wm. lleerr VVhlts.
.' w Woodward.
TltC ASrTUAL MEEmO OT TBS STOCBV
holders of W. T. GaUIher Jb Brother. Ina. tor ths
eleejtloa of trostee for th ensniny year and oxa
other business as may irovalj eom bators said
meeting, wl2 be held at th aSo ot th corpora
tion, comer Uth, and B lU. nw Washlnrton. D. C .
at SJB oclock p. nv. 8ATUBDAX. Jannary O. Kl
deajaiejl W. O. OALLiaXB. Bemtary
the ajot:al virnrrno or tub stock.
holders of THB nuon SEHIT CO. lac.
win b bald U th oflcea of th oompacj. CMS 1.
at., oo FSBKUABT S. Vti, at t ardocz p. m,
Offlo of the
United Grocers Co.,
8th and P Sts. X. W.
THE BOARD OP DIRECTORS have
this day declared a dividend from the
net earnings at rate of 10 -per cent.
payable to all shareholders of record.
H. O. HALLLVGER. Pres.
Washlntrtoa, D. C Jan. 10. liX.
A limited number of shares are offered
for sale at par. 110. until
18 further notice.
J. B. GIBBS,
Carpenter and BnUdsr. 2sa L aw. Those It. jocf.
ranert Hoos Bepalrtut and Iternodsttns.
able. Can 1L, 9srrnv. and set estimate. MAX
BBOTSST t SOX, Mirror Itanutactonra. tn T
NOTICE 13 BEBEBT OIVXK THAT. BT Oli
der of th board of Orsctors, meetlns ct tb
atodthotder of tha Potocnao Elecuio Power Odd
pear Is called to meet at th cflc of th errnpeny.
rborteenth and East Capitol afnets. ta th cltr ot
Waahinctan, District of OohcnbU. en th J13T
DAT 07 JANUABT. UT1. at U edoek s. re
fer th nunc ct coceioerfcir aad tatiris; th ssuon
necessary for th compear to further tncreaa th
amount of Its capital stock aad to extend th eeos
ot It bostnes under, by lirtu of. and ta eonfoem
Ity with the pnxlatoos of chapter It, of th Oodo
of Law of th Dtttrlct crOotaabta.
CLABEiCB P, KUI9, .
M. B, AILTS,
f WOODBUBT BT.I1H.
CHARLES J. BELL.
W. F. HAht.
cLABxrcs r. soBiiryt.
WM. LOEB. Js,
mi. B. BIBBS,
VXAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH. NA1
oral, nonsurgical: 400-p. boolefree. Appl
by mail. Mb Colorado Bid. Free Ijctur
for women Wednesdays at IJa p. to.
W. A. SWENK & CO. -
6Z3 cevenin dvj. n, ..... --
duced at and below cost.
You Haven't Tasted
Tb finset of sdddl cases edee
ronT enjoyed th kind that
JIILtXRtl Sell Balatnx Buck.
wheat yield. Mad el choicest
mocnuara-trowa crams looks and
tastes Ilk buckwheat.
rjrAt your sTocra Ko misi.-imi supplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW Ct BRO..
VU11 Groctn. VXh. tad U ttsU m.
700 9TH STREET
Is the place to borrow money on
Furnittire, .Fianos, ana ieams at
7 payments o $1.90- pays $10 loan.
7 payments of $2.70 pays $15 loan.
7 payments of $3.50 pays $20 loan.
7 payments of $4.30 pays $25 loan.
7 payments of ?s.zd pays sou loan.
LABQEB AM0CWT3 AT BAMX BATES.
Tb abors tabi shawl what you pay OT for
teener, he extaa-eo surpnsea. Man mau w4i
few been alter tppucaoco it mzc
MUTUAL LOAN CO.
700 9th St N. W. Second Floor.
One of Sherlock"1
Holmes' best mysteries.