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WASHINGTON T3ERALD. TUESDAY. PECJEfllBER 10. 1913
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Country Style Sau
Holly Brand Sausage,
Hamburger Steak, lb..
Fresh Small Ham, lb.,
rresh Small Shou'd
Lean Pork Chops. 'b.
Loin Pork Chops. 1L
.oin Pork Roast. lb
Sliced Bacon, lb..
fearling Lamb Legs
"earling Lamb Hind
om and Rib Chops
fl Shoulder Chops, lb..
Kxtra net rr led and traded
for Trleht aad nixes In
r.rd mrlonn, rarh rgg
Selected Eggs. doz..
Sauer Kraut, per qt..
eating r cooking, pk.,
tme Onions, pk ,
' itch Market,
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J M Sta N. -u.
One Ma. N. A.
i m. n. e
4oorth Capitol M
-tf Ase. V -A.
3 14th St. N -.
i B Sta N E.
8 II Street N. U.
3 14th St. N. IV.
ou can buy good 1
es at 25c pound
us sweets at this llttlo tj
(eatured here. If you tS
.asted them there a de- S3
surprise awaiting you. g
a av3l Pa. Ave. S. E. 1
H We irtre nerald SS3.000 8
g contest Totea. tl
Table Luxuries. Elgin Butler.
236 E St. It. E. Phono L. 497
W GIt. Totea la Tbt Jltnld s Coos Contest.
1401 H STREET R. E.
WASHXAGTOir. D. C.
P. O. Station 65. Tel. I 1133,
Echool Supplies. Magazines. Periodicals.
1401 H STREET N. E.
T Clt Tixai hi It. Bmlfl &03 Coatot.
LATEST ADD REWEST BESISMS IN
Bee ratior op-to-data Ideas. Estimates
K. 1695-M 1451 P SL R. W.
W jy lleraH tC fatrat TttH.
LARKIN Tne Sewing
LHRMn, Machine Man
Will repair your sewing machlaa
properly, no matter what make.
Eend postal, or phone M-I13S.
Corner 3d and H Streats N. W.
Sirs Votes ta Ti. HeraM aa CoEtsat,
LIBRARY FOR BLIND
Visitors Inspect Beading and Loung
ing1 Booms Dedicated by Mrs.
B. McManes Colfelt
Throush the generosity of Sirs. R.
McManes Cfolfelt. of Philadelphia, head
quarters (or the National Library for
the Blind, were opened yesterday at
ITS It Street North west, with Miss Etta
Josselrn Grlffln. director ot the library,
The blind people ot the Dfstrlct were
received at the headquarters Sunday to
inspect the new quarters, and yesterday
the rooms were thrown open to the pub
lic (or their Inspection From 4 until ?
o'clock yesterday afternoon the rooms
were throneed with visitors.
The new headquarters are located on
the ground floor of the building at 1729
H Street and consist of six rooms, a.
special reading room dedicated to Mrs.
McManes, where a tablet In her mem
orj will be placed, a pressroom, where
a French press. Iniented b a blind
professor at the National School tor
the Blind, In Paris. Ernest Vaughan. Js
Installed (or printing of books for the
blind a committee room, a dining
room, kitchen. He
One ot the main objects of the or
ganization is to furnish emploment
for the blind b) making it possible
bind their own books, which will be
transported throughout the United
i states as a traveling library (or the
I other blind people of the country to
The new headquarters also will be "fed
(or social gatherings of the blind people.
as well a (or llterarj and musical en-
itrrtalnments Kicn (or their enjojment
Hooks hate been presented to the asso
ciation to be kept at the headquarters
when not itraellnc around by the
Perk ns lntltute of Boston the School
for the Blind at Htlifax Nona Scotia.
I and h hook each month Is sent from
SKxieo lij the Baroness on SchencK
PLEADS FOB SUFFRAGE
jllr. Thomaa K. Will Makes ddreaa
Before Central labor I nlon.
Members of the Central Labor lnIon
littened to an argument for suffrage In
I the District b Dr Thomas t. 111 at
their weekl meeting In T pographical
I Temple last night Ir Will said It Is
their dut to support the moemcnt for
the realization of self goernment. and
in ited the members to attend a mass
I meeting next 1-ndi at National Blfics
rmor W I, Street Northwest at which
the question of suffrage will be dis
lr Will announced that the speakers
fir next r-rldt will be sen itor Moses 1
a'lapp Justke r Stifford ttorncy
( harles A Douglas and Re Charles
M. C Debaters to Meet
Seernl speakers will take part in a
joint debate at 8 oilotk this eening un
der the auspices of the 1 M A Con
gress The subject of debate is Rc-
olcd That no shipments of splr tuous
liquors shall be transported through In
terstate channels into dr terrlton Mr
Flora and J W TtUI will maintain the
afilrmathe while Samuel Morgan and
Kennlth !haw will take the negatic
D S Vrpt, t4 Agriculture tTfief Roitig,
S a.) fnstun luud. Pwvml'cr 9 a lu m
The tndjeation. are that tl c t.lhcr will Iw cener
all fair Tuela ami Unlcrla tltruushout the
Tencratnre will r Tuwday tbrouctiout the t
lautic and Last .ulf Mate Tenne-e the Ohw
aller and Ixwrr Lake rrsimi vthtte it will fall
TuewJar in the ccthwe-4rm States and the eitrrm
I wtt Ii8simjit alley and the regum of thetjreat
Tie ind. line tie Ne" Ei;Und OoaU "ill be
brik snuthwrvt on the Middle Xtlantie Coast rand
cratf to bnsk smitl nest on the suth Atlantie and
l.ulf Coat lteht to moderate TanaHe on the Ixiwer
Lakes hnak and hijr'i soiithnit i the I pier Lakn.
Irfck and burh wet and norutwest
I oenl Temperature
Midm.ht 3Ci i 3:4am 3a
am 3 10 a m. r 1. n. 2 1 i
1 m rsum 31erm 'WlOrrn.:
c-t TP lowest rz.
Relatire humidity 8 a.m t)2pm C trt n
U IUinfall ( p. m to I Y ml T Hours of ran
1 ine S5 per rent of prwMble un.hine 1C0
Temperature same date last )ar Highest Ji low
remperntnrea In Other titles
Tempmtures In ouier cilies, tocether with tha
amount of rainfall for tha tTentr tonr hours ended
at S p. la. yetterday, m as follows
Uaz. Mia Ir.ru. f.lL
AshenUe N C j6 S
tlanU Ci jj ! 0(1
Atlantie Otr J T( J) 3
Human k Halt i 40
ttooton Mass 2) II JI
Buffalo N 3L t a.
Chieaeo, III J 1 "
rinannatl Ohio K Is 10
Cheyenne yo 41 1 A
Darenport Iowa 28 1ft -4
Denrer Colo M 18 41
Des lloini- Iowa. 44 10 V
Duhith Mum 3 I X
GalTtttnn Tea S II SI
Helma. Mont 4S 51
Indianapolis. Ind. 3 II JK
Jacksonnlle Ha. 4 M jZ ON
Kansas City Mo 44 14
Little Ilock Ark 42 :t
Los Anceles Lai C Jl jl It
Marquette Mlctt 33 3
MemphLs, Tenn 36 22 --4
New Orleans. La 4 41 50
New Tor. NT 30 18 23
North natte Nebe J 20 3S
Omaha Nebr SO 12 42
Philadelphia. Pa 34 20 J)
Pittsburr. Ta. "8 II 1
Portland Me 21 10 2.
Portland Orr 50 10 V,
Halt Lake City Itah C 22 34
SU Louis, Mo 38 II 'A
St, rani Minn 4" 38
San tTinnsro Cal J, 41 M
hmncfTeld III 34 10 30
Tacoma Waab 21
Tsmra Fla. (8 ' 01 HI
Toledo Ohio 30 II 28
Mcksburt- Miss 45 31 to
To-day Huth tide 228 a n and 223 p m low
tide 321 a. m. and lOM p. m.
To-morrow Hlsh tide 3307 a m and 331 p. m.
lqw tide 10 13 a m. and 1020 p. m
Oindltlon of the Tttstrs
PII ES CUnED IN 6 TO 1st DAY.
Tour druKSiat will refund money if TAZO OIVT
UENT fails to run any case of itehinr. Mind.
bleed ns or protnidinc piles in 8 to II days. S0&
Lsdiiided Proou Orrr
In a bank s deposits Is proof
of conservative, wide-awako
During the past ten years
the average annual sain In
our deposits have been over
SAME RATE of Interest
paid on both large and small
and Trust Company.
Corner 15tli and N. Y. Ave.
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Whose projeet for the rjoverndienl
Jected br the Iloase yesterday.
Buckeye Residents of Capital lay
Plans for Biennial Banquet
Impressing hopes that between this
meeting; and the next the members ot
the Ohio Society of the District will be
able to Increase the membership of the
01 sanitation to 1 COO, Associate Justice
Day of the United States bupreme
Court called the first meetlne of the
season to order at Ttauschers last night.
fter the transaction of routine busi
ness Milton l Alles offered a resolution
expressing sorrow at the dtath of Judge
I-rantis 1-ox Oldham lce president of
the society who died March IJ last.
A resolution was adopted to hold the
biennial banquet ot the socktj W edncs
d January J9 1913. at Rauscher s
Mlrhacl V O Donoufihue, president of
tl i California Mate Association ex
tended an imitation to the Ohio fcoc ety
to attend a mectins of the arious Mate
a-oclatloni to be held February 2 for
the purpose of organlz nc a Federated
btates 'Hiclet Re W R Wedder
spoon pastor o Foundry M I I hurch
dcltiered in address on Ohio and the
great men if that lommunwealth Miss
Florcn e Noack sans a number of eolos
M us 1 llllan Burke accompanying her on
thi piano and Re Mr Louden pro
rounted the benediction
Ilemfltrnflc Club to Meet
The I oung Men s Democratic Club,
organized in 1SS1 will meet this eenlnr
at 8 o clock at the new meeting hall.
OS l'ennsyhania Acnue Northwest
Plans for the participation of the ilub
in the Wilson and Marshall inauguratkn
will be considered J Ired Kelley
President and Wm J Neale secretary
of the club
Illc I-Ire In V InnlpeK
Winnipeg Manitoba Dec The
wholesale hardware house of Mackenzie
Brothers ani the local offices of the
Saturday Kenlng Tost were destroyed
by fir to da with J13"C0O ios
MMIUHGR LI( PASE8.
Uilham E. DiTOfi 32. of Leuburl s ind Salt
V Oilier 35 of Fsirfal -0 ntj a Iter Ldaard
Miehele Acuilm 30 and Josephine Infant! 23.
Rer lenatiis rilr
Jul n N VhIioIs 35 of Itiehmond s and Nettie
r Hill S of Himra la
Jihn J Uoyd 23 and Emma L. Walters 13 Iter
Iibrrt I-os 31 and LkJi Sihwabb 30. Iter O
t rers H Hammer 5 and Lmma U Onndir f
Itn William M Lyon
llenrr T Fanner 25 and Laura J WiU S. Iler
. an roisen.
amn W enjjart 3 and Era U CUrk 30.
Ter t Johnson
J U Crawford 21 and Knmia L. Lowe JO
C Jones 21 and Anna M Hardy 19
J M Johuiwm 38, and Rebceea Jacks 23.
tlillism S and Mola B Uilllams boy
Uilliam and Hlzabetb Tobin ciri
t.rorce K and Affnes R hbield lvy
Petrols and Annie Seheinerman hor
Hsiid and Reherca SharhWmi d 1
Rudolph J and Annie L. Buanb. mri
Llysnes S and delle Shewmaker boy
Roeeo and Mary Russell boy
Thomas and Mary O Rrien hor
Frank J aad Maude H MeMsush prl
Frown L. and Addle L. Mothcrhcad sirL
I-iis and Ida Miller girl
Meyer and Ullie Leiy boy
1 ichard and Henrietta 31 Lueas prL
Clark and Hazel Lynn boy
William V and Nellie B. Irrine tirl
Charles J and Dalr Harlcy airl
John A and hsthertno M (loldmith till.
J Thomas and Ella O EJliott. cirL
Jlark O and Maude Parts, boy
James W and tugusta Donaldson boy
Nik and Tilomona Damario. boy
rrnr?e C and Florence nimond girl
Robert and Maria T Callow boy
rcter S. and Blanche L. Butcher. firL
John and Eliza Woodward. firL
William and Florence Walker, girl
James and Edna White, boy
CI arles W and Audrey Thompson boy
rhlBlp W and rtelrn. Thomas boy
Charles H and Mamlo 8trDtber, boy.
Richard and MolUe ScoU. hoy.
William E. and SalUe A Robinson, boy
Bernard F. and Zcrah Tarker firL
Alfred D and Edna Jones boy
Alfred and Lydla lUwUns boy N
Oeorge I and Lillian Detille bo
W UUam A and Jennie Andenon, boy
Paulroe E. Moffette Tl years Emrrrency IIotpiuL
.satrs u umricT nr lui ; et. sw.
Mary h. Ebrt SL 353 (.a. Are. w
Jiary W. Kenaer 18. Tuberenloeis HoepitaL
Laura Bird SB, 318 C St te
HiU MaaU. a, Georgetown Enltertlty Hospital.
Ella Srrfai, 30 years, Carfleld HoeptUL
Mary Mason 33 U ISth 81 nw
Boaena Webb 76, 123 23d 8t nw
Jane Ross. A Emergency Hospital
Lney Taylor 32. ProrldBiee HoaplUL
Nathaniel Butler 22, 2309 I St nw
Herbert & Dewdy, 1 mooUi. SS JUi SL nw. -.
at Montleello lias re
The Balkan States and Turkey' was
the subject of an Illustrated lecture de
Hered Ian night by J OHer Moo.ua In
the lecture-room of the Public LJbrary
Mr Moque gae an interesting account
of the people their cu toms and of the
situation there The lecture was
giien under the auspices of tha Wood
ward A. Lothrcp Employes Relief Asso
Pennsylvania Avenue. Seventh Street
Of Personal and Givable Interest
IN apportioning the Christmas money this scr
ies of one-day specials will help to its going
further than ordinarily both in personal com
fort and in the list of presents for they are
Men's Chinchilla Overcoats
HIiic Chinchillas, all wool anil fast color abo
Intel, safe and sound in wcae worth bniRlc or
Double Breasted cut. with belted back and con
ertiblc collar just the stvles of all others that
arc most wanted and made with our well-known
care and accurac, of details Sizes 'J 5 to 44
Outing Flannel Pajamas
Ncit patterns, with militar or "V" neck, fin
i -lied with silk frogs When we tell ou the arc
' Taultlesb brand, jou know they arc faultless
Pajamas All size
Children's Brownie Outfits
Put the tot" in coldproof outfit that is cornel
as well as comfortable. Made of Jcrsc. Cloth
Reefer, Lcggms, Cap, and Gloves in sizes from
2',2 to 6 years. Choice of these colors. Gra, Blue.
Brown, Red, and White
The shapes -that men want Opera, Eerctt,
and Romeo in soft and comfortable Kid, Black
or Tan, and lined with kid or chamots All sizes.
Pure Worsted, in
Crimson, or in Gray
fit All sizes.
PROJECT BEATEN '
. .DOWN IN HOUSE
Con-tinned from Pace One.
during this trying; ordeaL Notwithstand
ing; my great satisfaction at the action
of Congress to-day relative to Montleello.
I must decline to consider It In the light
of a personal victory, for I have refused
to be drawn Into any controversy con
I retret exceedingly the publicity to
which I have been subjected growing out
of these efforts to take away from me
this property, upon which I have lavished
both money and affection in an effort to
preserve it as a suitable memorial to
Thomas Jefferson. That ray care of It
has been satisfactory to the family of
Jefferson affords me much gratification,
and their letters written to mo during
the recent month have been sources ot
the greatest carrfort In the midst of
bitter attacks and jnuch misunder
standing "All along I hate had great confidence
In the wisdom and judgment of my col
leagues In Congress, and relying upon
their deep sense of fair play and their
careful examination of the facts In
volved, I anticipated no other result."
TelejrrHin to Goreraor.
Sirs Littleton made public the follow
ing telegram sent by her to (Jo Mann
Washington, D a. Dec 9, 191.
'To Go William I lodge Mann. Rich
mond Va I am authorized to say that
a prominent Virginia gentleman, who does
not wish at this time to make his name
public, offers through you to Sir. Levy
four times the assescd alue of Monti
cello property the money to be paid In
rash, the deed to be made out to the
State of Virginia
' I wish to add that If the State of
irglnla ran persuade Mr I-evy to accept
this patriotic offer and prm!t the home
and grae of our Immortal Jefferson to
be honored I belle e the whole of Amer
ica would rejoice with you and would be
glad to share In the guardianship of this
sacred shrine, and none would rejoice
more than 1
W Ith sentiments of warmest esteem
I am ecr faithfully yours
Mrs. MMtTIN W. LITTLETON
When shown this dispatch last night
Representative Levy said
' -Montleello Is not for rale '
Although Mrs 1 ittleton will not admit
it, the prominent Iranian referred to In
her mersag- Is Thomas F Ryan, of lr
glnla and New 'lork
The Oldest Itensedy Knowa
Is a seidlltz powder All physicians pre
scribe It for all troubles of the btomach,
ller. and bowels iou can now buy a
good tasting seldlltz powder It Is called
lloft s Lemon beldlltz
Brown, Nay Blue, Graj,
and Navy, and Gra and
Properly fashioned, so they
The Always Welcome Beverage
IT is Blue Ribbon time when you are
hot, thirsty or tired. A most healthful
beverage that both refreshes and in
vigorates. No other beer can approach it
in flavor or in all around deliciousness. Its popularity is
due to the successful and honest efforts of its makers
to produce a pure, wholesome and refreshing beverage. '
Bottled only at the brewery in crystal clear bottles,
showing at a glance that it is clean and pure
Phone or write for a case.
Pabst Brewing Co.
Phone Lincoln 1411
Washington, D. C
Complete, with Eye n
Shield, 10 Ft. Silk Cov- I
ered Wire. 3c II
tr jtivc llrrald (33
Broadway and 11th SU "few York
ThJi fixaoci hotel hu ttn TmortttA. re
decorated refurnUiietl and macj modem. n
to-ditt serein tmenti bait been lntUM tnt
eta t-s comp-Td fitonblj wtth nj in th eitj
The OMY Flrst-CIas HOTEL
NEVn ALL STKIMSIIIP LIES.
Wit&In etiy trrsi of erei? rwlnt tntertsL
Bait block froo ixiMker t
Fir inmate wtJ: U Snopptas Dutrtct.
NOTED FOR ExcvIIeocv or cuisine com
fortabls iproict meats, oburteoaj tcnio &nd
THE EIl BEST ACCOMMODA
TIONS I THE CITY IT
$1.00 PER DAY UP
7 3IIufr from Grand Central Depot
10 Mlnutea to Leading: btorea aad
ST. DENIS HOTEL CO.
alii STAN. IX HALL. HOTEL
Brlnp: back replies because each
order receives the same personal
atten'ion. Irrespective at six.
Ton will find our letters free
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical errors, 4c
dlted and delivered on time.
2.000 LETTERS, StO)
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
Dlstrl.t National Bank Dnlldtnc.
1406 G Street
Phone Slain 7500.
Martini and Rossi's
909 Seventh St.
Call up Main 1419 for All Kinds
of Printing Supplies.
J. W. JORDAN
, 623 D Street N. V.
TO Glra Volts la Hi. lltrald. S3.0OI Cootn..
ETtiTthlcc tb beat at 1cm Una tba tmcU prtees.
Protnj, CDorteosO Knios.
Edward F. Davis,
e-.nltf.l fit .
HERE is a bargain
we offer, aNo Gas
Stands as low
price as $1 65, Electric
ame price, both complete
We loan ou this hand
$2 50 portable on a week's
616 12th 1204 G
Phone Main 140
000 contrat Totf
TAVCTHE XMAS LIME IS
I U I 0 COMPLETE-BBY HOW
J. A. BIRCH, 21 53 Pa. Ave. N.W.
Cigar, News, and Novelty Store.
e stive Herald (33400 coat eat Totea.
Washington School of Accountancy
Cr3fciml education in icroactauic-f, rcrptrtnj
! fcr EUte certiSaU of eertifi-d pubUe accountant
iDd for bu5ino nimlnirtntioB. lrtvcUcaJ work
epedallr adat-tKl to men era ployed durtcg th day
CSparo boUetia oo mxectt. Can or addrcsa. Dtre
Ur of EdocaUos. T. SL Q. X., 1134 O St. K W
! MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES
. 113 L rrtnth -t. nr Lincoln 133.
THr. WM I MI-rTIM. (K THJ STO- K
I id r (t tru Ttrnu l Morijt? Vmran f
Ihitrh-t of 1 umUi r tl e ele-i n f A r
for the f iMiutit ear wiL t bell nTHTIW
Ja -rA It 1913 a. e ff -r f th itsmvwjj r
tier T hJtwnth ajwl II strc s Northwest W
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VIATI SCIENCE OF HELT "SATCRAU
nocjcixifal MtVpas. book tnt Applj br nuii. til
CWorado Bldi. Ytr lcctcra fcr vomca Wedstadajt
at tJO p. m. -tttl
r Hn.hrt and brttef Birkwhfit
T nvi vkimbt and satisfadtvw
W MILLKU 4
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO ,
Uboleaalera, 11th aad SI Sta. 3. E.
001-On Jlond LHrt. ember
l'li at i r nl " "' z
WOOD in her Mt nil th J car th
I a.s a laJhhter Marv E. Neccnt
anal a -on 1 Caood Th.
main' an be seen at R ITir
pine it s-ins funeral parlors 1-3
luirttanth btre. I Northwest
nal Wednevda Decembar 11 at -i
n traim I umphrej s Chapel 1
I nart at Walkers Chapel. a at
. JO p ra
GIIIITT-On &unda afternoon Pe-
a ember S 1 HS, at nis; re&iu-n- in.
Twentieth Street Northwest AL.FR1-D
v uIl.I..fc.TT badoed husband or
1 lla t.rati Glllett In the ninety-sixth
aar of his age
tuiunal services at the house Wcdnrs
ala December. 11. 1912, at 1 o clock
He was the founder and also fair many
ears president nf the Glrard i- e
and Marine Insurance Compar "
Philada lphla (I hlladelphla anal Hart-
GEORGE P. ZUEH0RST,
saaaBi rt TlTT-rtT. ST
EstaNlabcd US CAS. B. ZCBBOB3T MP
W. R. SPEARE.
FUNEHL DIKECTOK AND LJIBU-MtR.
940 F Street N. W.
VS1IIM.TON D C.
Phones Main Ji.
FPANK A. SPEARE. Manner.
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