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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912.
VIENNA PRDrtJE IS EEBE.
OF CANAL ACT
1 Diamonds! Diamonds!
421 to 438 7th St.
417 to 425 8th St
Oar Enlarged Jewelry De
partment Offer Better
Gift Values Than Ever.
Solid Gold Front Scarf PIns-SSc
Solid Gold Front Tie Hold
20-year Gold-filled Lockets .OSc
Sterling Silver Ear Pins,
hand engraved oSe
Solid Gold Front Buckle
design Beauty Pins . ... 4Sc
Bracelets . . . .st.tS
Hand Kngraved Gold Plated
Gold-plated lockets Human
or plain 11.25
Gold-plated Brooch Pins
bead edge . . I.4S
Solid (.old Babj Ring
atone settings 25c
Sterling Silver Belt Pins,
plain and engraved 9Sc and S1.4S
Gold-plated Belt PIn. -with
with stone settings . 91.48
Filigree Brooch Pins but
terfly designs . 50c
Bar Pins. daly design . 4Se
Articles of Jewelry
NO matter where jou go for
the, Christma"; Hohdajs,
our suit should be
cleaned and preyed bv u
Lannderers. Dry Cleaners. Djers.
437 New York Ave.
We sire Herald tZT,OO0 contest Totes.
Campbell s Tobaaco
Catsup . . ...
Campbell s Baked Beans
with tomato sauce
t First and You Sts.
Phone North 2377
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4 contest rotes. X
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"See Etz and See Better"
EDWIN H. ETZ
1003 -G" STREET'
We Rlvr Herald S25.000 contest votea.
vent j -four Tablets
Cold In Head
15th St. and Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
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YOU CANT GET AWAY
trim quality I;vre Bros Hijh
Mudird Paint mil itaj put. Can
J paint troi blM to
DE MAINE & CO.
3213 JIS1 X W
c In The 1 1 mid . Ji5no mtet
Wahl & Co., 926 19:h St. N. W.
W the Herald gSOOO coatnt -rote.
Ooldimlth 9 Cold. unpj. and UkUm Cap
cries will help ru vbca all other Oil Qqi
iftccuncan & "ioJdsoilLB,,
'Vif ",-" 7th & H Sts. N.E.
and cut glass articles are al-
ajs in good taste
COLE & SWAN
1918 14th St. N W.
3413 I SL N W.
iglve Herald S25.000 contest votes.
Largest stock ever carried. Also Laces.
Dry Goods, Hosiery end
VRS. .. fi. MOUDY.
:CC Georgia Ave, N. W.
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CEO. W. PAREZO,
605 H St. N IV.
Klectrlcal Supplies and Novelties.
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MEN'S SMART FURNISHINGS
M. LEVITAN & CO.
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901 U St. N. W.
Phone N. 687
areata and provi
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COIiOMY MEAT MARKE
tVhrrr & of Foodtfoffa eta
U bud tt tta fewett jrTTnnu
prW. ti. nth. od TDTO.Mi
409 ThlrU St. N. W.
W Clu .otcs ia Tbs Ucnutfs S3.(W CocU.
t l.he In
Thomas H. Jones Testifies at Im
peachment Trial Kegarding
Calm Bank Deal.
JUDGE NOT EXPECTED TO
PAY CASH TOR INTEREST
Counsel for Jurist Objects to Intro
duction of Expert Testimony
on Value of Holdings.
That in the case of at least one of the
deals for culm banks, in which Judge
Robert W Archbald of the United States
Commerce Court now on trial before the
Senate In Impeachment proceedings, his
supposed -ability to obtain concessions
frm railroads and their subsidiary coal
companies was the only contribution the
judge was expected to make in return for
his share in the prospective profits, was
polntcdlj brought out In the testimony
Thomas II Jones, of Scranton, one of
the coal operators whom Archbald sought
to Interest in the Katj did culm bank, ad
mitted this under questioning by Repre-
Hntotlva V7KI. nf JnWti rVlnlltlS nt the
' House managers The witness was being
I interrogated on an attempt by Judge
Archbald and ohers, lncljdlng Jones, to
obtain from the Eberhart estate of Phila
delphia, a leac on n coal properts known
as Packer No 2 W asherv and a part of
an adjacent properts also belonging to
the Lberhart estate, and known as Pack
er No 4 The men were to operate as the
Jones Coal Companj The part of Packer
No 4 desired was then under lease to the
Lehigh alle Coal Companj. a subsidiary
of the Lehigh Vallej Italiroad but In a
letter to Col R W Archbald engineer
of the esute and a nephew of the Judge,
the. applicants Including Judge Archbald
and Jones stated that an agreement had
irtualh been reached with the lyhlgh
people b which under certain terms, the
coal compam agreed to acate its lease
Jnnes dmlts ftinrffc.
Is it not true"" asked Manager Webb,
that Judge Krchbald s sole connection
w'th this companj- (the Jones Coal Com
pany) was for the purpose of securing
the Lehlsh Valle a consent to do some
thing which the Lehigh had not done in
thirty a cars release one of their culm
binks t our compam '
I hould a so cs responded Jones
The defense in cross examining the
witness made a tentative effort to break
down this pirt of the testimony but de
1 islsted when it was seen that Jones would
MHT1Q l IltS niHltflllII( J ill' .irtli-juriu
followed a lengths examination, in which
Manager A ebb sought to outline the true
inwardness of the connection of each
mm It d eloped that none of the men
who signed the application for the lease
was expected to put up ant real mone
JKO0O was offered for tlip lease in tne
application but that Jones was to get
the mone from a Mr Farrow of New
otH Judge Archbald was not expected
to make an) financial contribution,
though he appeared as one of the pros
pet tle incorporators The application
as testlmon before the House Judiciary
Committee last summer brought out. was
turned down bt the Kberhart estate and
the companj never was Incorporated
Jones Vntvllllnc 'Witness.
Jones proved almost as unwilling and
confusing a witness as E. J Williams,
who has appeared as Judge Archbald's
handj man in engineering deals and
near deals Jones memorv was sur-
prihingh bad his voice was wore and
his evident fnendh!p for Judge Arch
laid together witli his unwillingness to
testifj brought from Webb several
pointed questions indicating suspicion
on the part of the House manager that
Jones had been tampered with since
he lat appeared In the Archbald case
Tl is Jones dnled emphatically
Objections bv Worthlngton, of
counsel for Judge Anhhald to the In
troduction of expert tetlmon to show
that the Katjdld culm bank was worth
to the Hillside Coal and Iron Companj
and Its parent corporation the Krle
Railroad manj times the imount for
whi h It virtually whs decided to let
Williams and Archbald rve it enliv
ened the testlmonv of James H Kit-
tenhoue the mining engineer emplc
bv "Wrislej Brown investigator for the
Departnunt of Justice Twice Mr
orthington s objections were over
ruled b Presidtnt Racon and the
Archbald attornev indicated that unles.
such expert testlmonv were excluded
he would himself produce witnese
whoe tcstlntonj and examination would
render the imneachment hnrinT
even les-, terminable affair than it now
promises to be
nnnk 1'nr I nrtcrv nlue.I
juuennouse nnallj was permitted un
der questions bv Manager J-lojd of Ark
ansas t state that in his opinion
the coal in the culm bank, for which
Archbald was to pav in the neighbor
I ood of tsnort was worth nearlj J1TE0O
at tidewater This did not take into
consideration the added profit which
would accrue to the Krie Railroad from
nauiing tne coal over its own lines
Of the moo which the Katjdld culm
nanK was to cost Archbald and h
associates onlj $4 VX) was to go to tl
Hillside companv the remainder going
to Robertson and I.aw for their inter
est in tne dump
Ttstlinonv bj George F Snjder scc
retarj to the Commerce Court, stronglj
supported the contention of the prose
cution that Archbald. when told that
vice resident W A Maj, of the Hill
side Coal and Iron Companj. had refused
to grant n J Williams an option on
the Katvdld dump threatened to bring
the Erie Railroad Companj to a reallra
t on of their position as litigants before
the Commerce Court In the lighterage
cases unless thej agreed to the terms of
the proposed option
Williams, In his former testimony, had
said that the Judge threatened to "harm
the Erie unless they consented to the
option and he (Williams) had fixed the
fact In his mind because lie had not
known the meaning of the word. light
erage, he said, and the Judge had ex
plained it to him Asked how the sub
ject had been brought-up If not In con
nection with the alleged threat of Judge.
Archbald. Williams testified before the
Senate that documents on the judge's
desk had borne the word 'lighterage
and that he had aBked its meaning The
prosecution, through Snjder, jesterday
Introduced In evidence all court docu
ments bearing upon the lighterage cases
On nono of those submitted did the word
' lighterage" appear on the cover, though
In the case of one the words "Erie Rail
road' vvera written- In the list of liti
gants printed on the cover
Transit "Uncnnte Ht sts Easily.
Baltimore, Dec. 9 T. E Mitten, presi
dent of the Philadelphia Bapld Transit
Company and one of the most prominent
street railway magnates or this countrj.
who underwent an operation at Johns
Hopkins Hospital on Saturday, Is restlnc-
quletlj this morning Physicians at the
lospltal. while they would not give out
the nature of the Illness, eaid Mr Mitten
spent a comfortable night and that bis
ccnuiuon is saimactory.
Continued from Pane One.
ting rid of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty."
61r Edward then declares:
"If the rule set out in the Hay
Pauncefote treaty secure to Great Brit
ain no more than raost-favored-nation
treatment, the value of the consideration
given for superseding tho Clayton-Bulwer
treaty is not apparent to his maj
esty's government. Norls It eaj to see
in what way the principle of .article S
of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty, which pro
vides for equal treatment of British and
United States ships, has been maintain
Danger of Injustice.
injustice maj also bo done to British
Interests, Sir Edward points out. by
transfer of freight destined for a 1 nlted
States port bejond the canal In either
direction, from a ship engaged In for
eign trade, to an American ship engaged
in a coastwise trade, to be carried
through the canal exempt from pajment
of tolis, thus depriving the vessel en
gaged in foreign trade of traffic which
it would otherwise carrj
It Is stated In the note that the volume
of British shipping which will use the
canal will be very large, and that it Is
Just as Important to Great Britain to
protect the Interests of that shipping as
Lit is to the United States to encourage
its mercantile mnrlno and establish com
petition between coastwise traffic and
Tho note concludes with the state
ment that Great Britain appreciates the
emotion with which the opening of the
canal Is looked forward to by citizens
of the United States and that it is onlj
with ths greatest reluctance that It has
icit compelled to raise these objections
Congress regarding toil:
The objections, it is declared, have been
confined within tnt nartowet po-slble
limits and Great Britain reiognlxes it
Is stated In the fullest manner, the right
of thi I nlted Ftatcs to control the canal.
inbassidor Bryee presented tho docu
n ent to Seen tary Knox at his residence
jeterdav evening, in accordance with a
prearranged plan It was presented to
the British Parliament jesterday after
noon No discussion of the note took
1 lsco between the Secrctarj and the in
batsadnr It Is evpetted that th( mxt
step will be the presentation of the case
of the I nlted States in a note from
hecrtta-j Kno to Ambassador Brjcc
TOMBS PROBE COMPLETE.
special '.rand Jt
f !)! Inline.
New iork. Dec 9 The spe ial grand
Jurj Instructed by Justice C.off tu inve
tlgite the Tombs prison as lu the man
agement of the institution and favors al
leged to have been shown to prisoners.
(articuUrlj Charles II Hjdc the convict
ed ex-City Chamberlain wound up Its
labors fclav The witnesses examined
were Senior Warden Kallon Junior War
den llanlev and Ur hrank Maguire, the
Tombs phjsicUn and two witnesses fur
nished bv Deputv Commissioner of Cor
rection W llllun J W right
The W right witnesses were Mr Wright s
son and John T Martin secretary to Sec
retary of State Edward Lazansky
The grand Jurj. under the Instructions
of Justice GofT has touched upon matters
In Its investigation dealing onlj with dls
cipllne In the city prison and enforcement
of rules promulgated bj the Commssioner
of Correction Justice Goff, in his in
structions, called particular attention to
the law which Ftates a defendant, upon
conviction of a criminal offense shall be
kept In cIoe confinement until sen
tenced CEREMONY AT MT. ST MARY'S
Formal Investiture nf Mux. John J.
ritrncj TnUes Place lu-ilsj.
Emmltsburs Md Dec i Tlu formal
Investiture of Mgr John J Tleraej.
O D f Mount St Man s College will
take pi ice tomorrow morning in the
college church bishop John J Muna-
ghan, I D of Wilmington will olll-
ciate ind will be attended bv Mgr
Thomas b I ec of W ahliucton and
JUr John Ljonv, of Wilmington
The ceremonj will be followed by a sol
emn high mass, of which the celebrant
. be Right Itev John J Tiernej,
D, deacon Rev William Cunning
ham, of Pittsburi, subdeacon Rev L
ugust Reudtcr of McSherrjFtown, l'.a ,
master of ctremonies Rev John C Mc
Govern, of Mount .St Marj s, aslitant
master of ceremonies, and Rev Mr Iter
nard I. -Plato of Mount bt Marys
The sermon will be delivered bj a for
mer lupil of Mgr Tierntv s, Rev John
Morrisej of i?l Johnsvilh N As
Mrr Tiernej has been on the colli s
council and facu tv for tin past thirty
veui a large number of his former stu
dents and filerdi will be prc-ent
CONGRESS IN BRIEF.
An appeal for a single Presidential
term was made M Senator Works who
charged that undi present conditions,
that Presidents their Cabinets, and po
litical appointees devote their time to
supporting party organizations rather
than serving the nation
Senator Martlnc introduced a bill pro
viding for a bureau to investigate condi
tions among luminals, paupers and
defectives In the United States The bill
was referred to the Committee on Edu
cation and I.abor
The Judlciar Committee a(icr a
stormj session adjourned, and announced
that no consideration of President a ap
pointments would be mado for a week
Senator Overman introduced a concur
rent resolution prov Idlng for the appoint
ment of three Senators and three Repre
sentatives to act as the Congressional
committee in charge of the Inaugural
ceremonies The resolution was unanl
The House, bj a vote of ill to 101 re
fused to adopt a special, resolution making
In order the consideration of Mrs Mar
tin W Littletons plan to have the gov
ernment acquire Montlcello, the home of
The House passed the executive judi
cial, and legislative appropriation bill,
earning a total of about W4 00OWO
The House Monev Trust Investigating
committee had eleven bankers as wlt
resses before It
Members of the House Wajs and Means
Committee conferred on a tentative
schedulo for tariff revision hearings In
Januarj, and will meet again to-daj.
The House passed a concurrent reso
lution appointing- three benators and
three Representatives to arrange for the
Inauguration of President-elect Wilson,
and the following three Representatives
were named. Rucker of Missouri, Oar
ret of Tcnn"ssce, and McKinley of Illi
A special message from the President
was read, submitting a report on tho
Investigation of the Patent Office.
Fire Bouts Hotel Guests.
Saco. Me., Dec 9 Fifty thousand dol
lars damage was done by an Incendiary
fire here early to-day which drove twen-t-flvc
guests from the Saco House,
vhlch was practically destroyed Help
was scat from Blddeford and Portland.
Largest Morning Circulation.
New York, Dec 9 "Tour city, your
buildings, your men all! Your women
Magnlflaue' Is it not so'" This Is the
first impression New York has made on'
Prince Stanislaus Sulkowskv. of Vienna. I
I came to see for myself if your worn-
en Wf-re as beautiful as the American
papers pictured tbem. and. behold
They are more so' Ever where jou
turn there Is a beantlful Iovelj- Ameri
can woman Shall I marrj" one' Maj
be Mayfe not Who can tell
JERSEY CITY OFFERS
IATEST IN FREAKS
AND WANTS IT BELIEVED
New r nrk Pe ( Igar salad Is
the- latest ! s rt However It has not
jet become gem rallj impular and those
who attempt It rlk police Interference
That wbh the experience of the Inno
vator In fcmlth s restaurant In Jersey
Cltj to-daj An elderlj man ordered a
hakfast of steak, enffe and two black
10-rent cigars Having eaten the steak,
he brokt the cigars Into bits pourd the
coffee over Iht rushed leaf and levotir
ed the dls'i with a relish In th- mean,
time the waltr had Informed Smith the
proprietor that he had caught a lunatic
red-handed and hmlth had telephoned to
the polite station Two policeman en
countered the cuMomcr as lie was ijuiet
lj leaving the rcs'aurant
There Is no ordinance against he
dsh he informed them, 'and I assure
vou he aided that It Is most appe
tizhig I aiqjird mv taMi for tobacco
In the trenches Kron l-kburg and it
s a part of niv dailj diet
The veteran showed a O A R button
and took the ferrv to Manhattan
GEN SICLKES' HOME
AGAIN IN DANGER OF
BEING LOST TO HDI
New ork. Dec 9 The Bowery Savings
Bank through us attornrjs. Strong and
aua.u-r v.. iui, n.e a .,.,, ,., .ore- Ag flnaU) aiJop,j ,,. association fa
close a mortgage on the property nowlore1 tw thlr, j the TOlue , ,he
oecipied ns a home tv Gen Daniel K rroptrtv as a tiasls of taxati in It re
sl kles ami bv the Vew "iork Comm's-' j-cteii the proposition of tie puIillntton
sion of the Battlefields of Ge'tjsburc and
Chattanooka and bv the New ork Mon
ument Commission It is the propertj in
l"lfth vcnue between Ninth and Tenth
Streets In which the general lives There
is due on a mortgage to the bank $11 -
Oti and lnteret from Fibruarj 1 191i
t"nle matters are straightened out to
the sat ''ucticn of the lank it will be
nctessarj to d post of
home notwithstanding the fa t that his
t.lie uiiij t it-, u i . i ahu lof'u ni'j
mouej nccesarj t satifv t ie judgment
of $j,50fl against him, due the Bank of
ONE KILLED: FOUR HURT.
lltn films Turtle
Baltlmnre Dee one man was killed
and four hurt when an automobile turned
turtle carlj to dav oi rartrrn Avenue
evt ndetl near Oakliwn Cemetery
Three of the men ar. 1'cked up at
the Canton police M itlon on the double
cliarg. of being drunk urn or urn mc Hopkins berore their rendition
a car at reckless peed One other man 1 Ti,e programme included PTeludo in E
supposed to have le-en the man at the maj0r , iint-baens) Scherzeretto, in A
wheel of tne mat nine when wrecked is flat (Moszkowskj) aii Couvenf (Boro
heing searched fur bv the poll e The I un) Pardins bous la nine ' (DebussevV
dead man Is Benj imin "-elpp The three prelude (Choiln) ria from Samson
Injured men at the pollt e t iiwn areian(1 Delilah (Saint siem-i The Crv of
William Miller Wallace I. Miller, and
Clarence ( rart
The men sav they were on their wav
to the cltj when thev saw tho lights
of another automobile In front of them
on the road The chauffeur attempted
to turn out without slackening speed,
lost control of the steering gear, ran Into
a ditch and upset tin machine
E. E. PHILLIPS TESTIFIES.
Ironsvnrkris' Olllclnl Unlrrcil nt Dj-
there have neve- he
nonunion Iron work
i i explosions on
In his Jurisdiction,
th Iron Workers'
v, wrote what
re letters that con-
Tdward K Phillip- th
official at Sjracuse
the government sav. are
vict him of being guilt
In the McNamara dvnn
Ihllllps was on the tan I this afternoon
In his own defense Th. letters are the
onlj evidence the government has against
Ihllllps. He wrote them to J J. Mc
Namara between 1"". and PH
Richmond Mnn r
London, Dec D V man
ai ranged to occur on Janu:
tween Clemens API u-
ISC has been
irv 9 next be--bj
Plchmond a . and
ughter of Mr and Mrs llson Noble,
Barkham Manor Berkshire
By New Iork Telegraph
First race Moller Scramble,
Second race Luke Vin Zandt,
Third race Good Inient, Fran
Fourth race Bob I.v licit, Don
Fifth race Jim Cafferata, Bob
by Cook, Sliver Grain
Sixth race Compton, Parnell
To Cure CnjstlpaOon.
Don't dose the svsteift with a lot of dan
gerous habit-forming drugs I'hjsiclans
everywhere are now prescribing IIofT s
I-emon Seldlltz. the toml tasting seldlltz
towdcr. AU drucgleU tell It-
President-elect Writes Many letters
to Statesmen and
BENOUNCES SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
Hamilton, Bermuda, Doc. 9 President
elect "Wilson has been writing a good
many letters recently. Bome of them
have been to statesmen and politicians
with whom he expects to confer after bis
return. No tlmo or place has been set
for the conference with William J. Bryan.
The Governor will ask most'of the men
with whom he Intends to confer to meet
him In Trenton
"Trenton Is a good deal mora conve
nient than Princeton to persona coming
either from thu East or West," he said.
"Practically all the trains stop at Tren
ton So I shall nsk my friends to come
thero to meet me
"A man who is Governor of New Jer
sey and PTesldent-elect of the United
States at the same tinm Is apt to be a
Pretty busy man he added "I do not
expect to have much time to rest between
now and Slarch 4 There are so many
Important things to be done that I hardly
know where to begin Therefore, X cav
decided not to accept any speaking en
gagements or social engagements until
the inauguration, but to devote all my
time to the tasks btfore me."
To Keep three Kngnurments.
The Governor has three engagements,
. , . ,, ,,ih v. ,. no
nade s,ome ,,me B5" ' , , .?.. ,.
luea of ean.elin The first of the-e Is
the Southern fcocletj banquet in New
York Cltj. on December IT, the day after
return from Bermuda The next will
be a birthday celebration at Staunton,
U, where the Governor was born, fiftv
elx lears ago. Iicinber IS The third
Is a speaklnp engagetm nt at the Com
mercial Club or Chicago, on January n
On the arrival of his steamship at New
York, the Governor will go direct to
Princeton "to help Mrs Wilson get the
house to rights h ho expremes It
Tho Governor snjn rather regretfully
that he Is now entire 1 out of touch
with his friends In the I nlted States
Thej liave adhered w. rellglouelj to
mj request that I be let nlone while In
Bermuda that I have not heard from a
single one of lliem," he sajs
Tho Governor was anked If he had
given anj attention to the Cabinet "I
do not denj that I hive given It poms
thought." he i-ald but I have nit com
to apj conclusion i one rnlnL, anj detail
of It I have reeeived a good malij let
ters recommending perrons for the al
Inet Som. of the' letters have been
very Interesting '
CRITICISE GEORGE REPORT.
Northenst t Klreos
Heroin mendn I ions.
Consideration of the George report on
taxation and asessmtnt and routine busi
ness occupied the atten Ion of the. North
east Citizens Association at Its meetlns
last night In Nertheatt Temple
A special committte whlili had had the
George report under consideration for
some time submitted Its report The re
port criticised the George findings In sev
eral imiKDrtant respects. Attention was
directed almoM exrlusivelv to the eight
admlnlstrntlv and nine lcg'slatlvo '
recommendations of the George commit-
c f land value maps and
sheets Triennial assessm nt
repeil of the fixed t ix rut
of 1 1-2 ir
of the true consideration In all real ctate
transfers and the establlhmt nt of an
aisemcnt roll and the transfer of the
dutj of making bill, fr m tho as essor a
rfhco to the offlte of the illei tor
I tlnn!( of ,ne ,;e, rR(, committee were ac-
, c(.pt, wltn , ,,w
MUSICALE AT FRIENDS.
sfict lions to lllr Pupils.
A special aftemocn mu-dcale was given
at Priends Select bchool jestertlaj after
noon, the artl"ts who appeared bems
Prof Harry Patterson Hopkins of the
Peabodj lnstttut) Baltimore on the ri
ano and Mrs ra Barker Jaime J, of
Baltimore also "oloK
A unique feature of the entertainment
in the txplanations of the selections
Kve to the pupils of the nchol by
Rachel (-.alter Kiss Song" (Arditti.
and Impatience C-chubert-
SKATING CLUB PLANNED.
Ice ltlnk 'Will Be Unlit on llor.c
Permann t crganiaztion of the WaRh
Ington Skating Club will be effected at a
meeting of those Interested In the projc t
this aftenv-n at the Raleigh Hotel
Dr r R Mevcr who Issued the call f r
the meeting stated last night that a suf
hcient number had bten found to as ire
tho organlazthn of the club, and th it U
was propoed to build an Ice rink on th3
Washington Horse Show grounds M inv
prominent members of the Diplomatic j
Corps and prominent socletj people :
Interested In the project.
uc Confessed Bicnmlst.
Grace Edna Hlllers vesterday filrl suit
for absolute divorce from Rajmond B
Hlllers, who pleaded gulltj to b cam"
before Justice Gould a few- week- ago
Plaintiff names a co-respondent and al
leges misconduct. They were married
July 3, V6. and have two children w oe
custody Is requested bj the plaintiff
IT WILL GORE
Munyon's Cold Remedy Relieves the
head, throat, and lungs almost lmnic-
JlatelJ. Checks Fever, stops Discharges
of the nose, takes away all aches and
pains caused by colds It "cures Grip
and obsUnate Coughs, and prevents
Pneumonia Price 25c. All druggist
l(w .will In
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Come to ns for diamonds. We'll show you
gems of any size jou wish and at prices as low
I as those of any store in Washington. 11 I
mm c ',avc u""cut genuine diamonds, in 14-kt. IjM
J mountings, from $10 up. K
' MMl "ll tS!. ' aT pr,c' for Kenuloe U-carst, 7 "" '
II II r ) ,u" ,at diamond. In 1-t-kt. sjold mount- I
11 II sSsBtf In a; for lady or sentleman. I
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Silver Toilet Sets
II Because of an overstock we are making spe- I
I cial price offers on this entire line. Come at
I once and get first choice of the bargains.
We're perfectly willing to charge jour pur-
chases at our regular cash prices Payments will
I be arranged to suit you.
II We give Herald $:5,000 contest votes fi
Unusual Values in Black and Tan
PJay Shoes for Boys and Girls
i to 11 8 la and I 59
11 to 15 150 and 5 75
l: to 2 :75 and S 00
:S to T, bojs only. . .. 3 25 and 4 00
11 lo S
: to 51
: to s-
Odji' Hmc for Bo j i and Girls
We give Herald
Worn sles don t ruin a
shoe W e 11 repair them
so that jou can get double
service out of jour foot
wear Home Shoe RepairGo.
719 Ninth St N. W.
Work Called for and Delivered.
VTs GlT Votes tn To Hmld S3.000 CootnL
BEE HIVE MARKET
Larse Can Corn 10
Raisins. 3 for :
Citron, pound 18
Tomatoes, 3 cans 25
Oth and 31 Streets.
Phone N 73H.
Wa Oha Votes la Ths Hrnld CS OS CoqCmC
r the one ou wish
I ideal gift est Pocket
W. J. MOUSE, 908 G St. N. W.
We give Herald K2S.O00 conte.it to tea.
"G. and M" Capsules
The surest remedy for COLDS and
GRIPPE. Will break a cold in a day
Sent to our address on receipt of 23
HENRY W. SMITH. 22d&Pa.Ave. N.W.
Wa Glie Votes la Tbe Hmld'a S3.00B Contetx.
d I MALLS is the Hardware
nl Store with the complete
7 1- slock and the little nrices.
Small's Hardware Store, 713 7tb St.N. W.
ICa Glta ctu la TU Saild'i f3,ca OosusL
Co, 1343 F
w,000 contest Totes
Table d'Hote Luncheon even-.
dav pecialh prepared for buinesj
senice and 'piping hot.'!
chjojs snoxw white napcrjl
cooking and that whal
at the WINTTR GRDEN
Table d Hote Dinner from c, to S
muslc by MIb Thomas soloist and Gi
Orchestra $1 00 per plate
Particular People Patronize the
Main Office and Works
623 G Street N. W.
We bItc Herald (3.000 contest Tote.
Restored to Its natural color and
Vegetable Hair Stain.
A refined scientific remedy for gray.
bleached, and faded hair, can b
used without the slightest fear of
Injury to the hair or scalp Sold and
recommended in Washington by alt
O Donnell Drug" Sto'es or direct
from Schmltz Chemical Co, Chicago
TASTE SO GOOD
Chocolates and Bonbons
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
We llvs Herald K3A80 contest Totts.
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