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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SATURDAY. JANUARY 4. 1913.
B0m
Old
Dutch
SPECIALS
TO-DAY
Smoked llama, lb.
17c
Corned Ham, lb.
16c
Fresh ITaini, lb.
16c
Smoked Shoulder. lb.
124c
Corned Shoulder, lb.
12ic
Freah Shoulder, lb.
14c
Hamburger Steak, lb.
12c
Pare Coon try Sausage, lb.
15c
Pigtails, lb.
8c
Pure I.nrd. lb.
12c
Compound, lb.
9c
Fane EIeIo Creamery nat
ter, lb.
34c
nlff Premium Oleo, lb.
23c
elected Kcrr. dor.
23c
YIMIhrook Kcr. r.itn ae
leeted and graded for
weight and xlxe; In sealed
carton., earli egg guaran
teed, dor.
27c
llolocjna. Frankfurter,
Head thre-se. Fork Pud
dine;, lb.
12ic
Sauer Kraut, ql.
5c
Kauej- Cheese, lb.
18c
Fancy Norway Mackerel,
each.
5c
Potomac Herring, dor.
1X)c
H loafers. 3 for
10c
IJrj- Salt Cod. lb.
15c
Dry Salt Hake. Ih.
10c
Faney
lork Imperial pplea.
peek, H-peek,
35c 18c
'i-peck
10c
I arcr
nipe Grape Fruit, eacb
5c
Sireet Florida Oranges
1170 aliej, dor.
19c
White Potatoes, peek.
19c
1eIloT ,Iobe Onions,
'4-peek,
4c
The following on aale at
Branch Stores Only:
Pride of IlllUhoro Corn,
run,
8c
Garden King Lima Beans,
9c
Anrbor String Tirana, ean,
6c
Ilultereiip Succotash, can,
10c
Bine nelle Tomatoes, ean,
10c
Old Dutch Market,
inc.
030 l.s. Vie. X. XV.
h and U Ms. S. E.
31st and M Sla. IV. IV.
Tth Jt Que Ma. V IV.
1111 II M. A. i:.
1032 North Capitol St.
3420 t.a. Alt. V XV.
1835 14th St. . W.
Tth A D Ms. I. C
1TTR V Street X. IV.
8113 14t. J,t. . W.
The Market o'
Economic:
largest Morninf; Circulation.
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d other cnlerummcnts. WE10BAHK:QlSft?NSTONMS
e kVClerald ta.OOO eo,tf,t votes. ' - "' ' ' X'?r&'?!
CHARITY BALL
PLANSCOMPLETE
One of Most Brilliant Events
of Season Will Be Held
Next Monday Night
BENEFIT OF HOSPITAL
Floor Committee Announced by Chair-
man John F. Wilkins Comprises
Representative List
Final arrangements for the Charltj
.Ball, to be bUd at the Nqvv Willard
next Jlondaj night, were completed at
a meeting of the committers in charge
cterda afternoon.
The Charltv Hall annuall) is ono of
the most brilliant events ot the Wash
ington (.octal t-cason The proceeds bo
to the Children's Hospital This jcar
Washington hostesses have so arranged
their dates that thero -nil be no enter
tainment Monda) evening to conflict with
tho ball
Held for the benefit o' the hospital,
the ball this 3 car. it is expected. Rill
attract the most brilliant assemblage
ever gathered together in the Nation s
Capital Not only will the principal fig.
urea of the social world and the leading
light of the passing administration be
present, but tho forerunners of the new
order of events In Washington under a
Democratic administration will be out
In force
Mnidv man prominent Democrats
have leased residences heie. and have
taken up their winter homes In the Cap
ital, in adan.ce of tho throngs that arc
to come late.r These pepions will mingle
with the commanding figures of the piss
ing rule, who have made Washington
socletv famous during tho Iat sixteen
jears
The Floor Committer.
The floor committee, in charge of the
ball as announced vestcrdav bv the
chairman Is as follows
John F Wilkins. chairman, William C Harrow
ticf chairman
l.rn Jamri Alien Cap. Benoist d Asy, J I
dams iamunt d. Vile P AnilnMn, Joseph U.
Vndmon vnthcnr II Adli-ou, rtrron 8 Adam
Vrtnur Votfison. Butler Aim J J Monti d.
II I Bramard It. Bimie lot John Itidjle
(art Ilo bd 1-iirhue lleria lien. James
nnrtianan O U Iterrrman I . A n V too
Ilulow Vrtluir rtrowue WondtirT Blair J (
Ilovd Charles Henry Tntlrr Manuel da luti
IUrradoa U I Pricker II Btrcheuner.
Charles k 1!. nr I J IVnvh. II (1 Ixixlinf
Montgomery Blair l.eirpi V Bentlor. N k
I utl t ItrJien Ratebellcr K N Pmnke s i'
rlljihe 1-dion Bradley F 11 Bradley Vlfred
Italdieiler. nrjlawat John V llrawnrr W T
Buiham, It II Itrowmon. I' S Brown U 3.
3d l.
Admiral Ridiardn Clorrr, W Irrinff Chambers. U.
n. a i, r i.iara i,en n iinam i rozicr immui.
Casif L. I,. Caftinzcclu Count San Eehan d
Canotico . s utrtis 11 ( Chrnoweth b h A .
Benjamin b I shir Allerton Cualiman (JL 1 Court
ne J M Cnlp E B CulVy W Cox J. O
armtalr de la Cuera F Colton K P CoUnday.
II I rramrlon T.J n.ie Uhrrt Carry S 1.
( aprr It. k- Clnughton John M Conway Hon. W
M irrar ( ruie Oiarle. F Crane Mrer Cohen.
F llrlran MAP Iner tj S. A. . Cart nal
lead Uorcr I) B Uerore R G DaTecport. M l
Street Railway Employes
Rewarded for Service
Checks Are Sent Conductors, Motormen, Deoot
Clerks and Starters of Washington Railway
and Electric Co. in Profit-sharing Scheme.
Following its progressive polio of de
termination to bring iti service to the
highest tandard of efficiency b reward
ing conductors motonnen. and other
emplojcs for meritorious conduct and at
tention to duts. the Washington Rnll
wa and f-.Iectm Companv is setting an
example In management thai ma be
irotitibb cmploved lj other large cor
porations
The annual Christmas entertainment
provided for its cmploves' children, the
In. m ills il rived from the established
pension fund the newlv Inaugurated
nitrit and demerit svtem, bv which
each in in Is to have his record kept
for the purpose of ultimate advance
ment, with no attending financial hard
ship to himself and famil), and other
methods now in effect shows i dispo
sition to father a "-pirit of unlvcrsil
fairness toward its cmploves In fact,
tbe general management of the ash-
ingtnn Railwaj and Electric CotnpanJ
is pursuing an operating pollrv certain
to be Tpprcciatcd bv its cmploves and
the public using Its elaborate sjttcm
Participate in Profits.
Not content with cmplovlng the means
above Indicttol for bettering the serv
ice the conipan Ins sullablv and sub
s antlallv phowu regtrd for tmploes by
rewarding conductors motormen. depot
tlerkF and starters bv hiving 01 of
them participate in the vearlj profits of
the companv
Checks drawn on the Nitlonil H-ink of
Washington, made pavablc to the cm
ploves' Individual order, varying In
amounts according to length of emploj
ment have been distributed, accompa
nied bv a Utter signed bv President
Clarence p King showing tho car earn
ings of the companv for the last ear.
and an explanation covering the method
b whkh the profit sharing of cmplojis
has been computed
I'nder this profit-sharing plan as con
ceived bj President King, and casually
mentioned bv him to the men at i gath
ering held In th Relief Association Club
rooms last April since which time no
Mikling of intentions has come to light,
the distribution comes as a distinct sur-
FACSIMILE
yz. ix
SOI Employes of Street
, p y? 2&zJ&gsi
- Vfe3SSL"y. w ,Ji "!.rt)i'
TteMarkeiof U tSSSBmmm:yiilt',
ciiuiim :imm&sns.juiiMr-kiiiitn-rAt,;.rr,i'mJiAmii&mr
Ull wasfaassssssssssssssssssssssssssQasSl sssW assasassasasVT4 -" S ' "x: , AT 3T iaW vfM mm W - -sj-j .- yr. - 'sh ( s -JTi fi'-v" 1-
Doner. v. F. Deunla, W. D. Daridm J.-TT. Dt
rtdir. 1L Cuulo DUa. kdwaid J. Dona, Join U.
Darldaon. Edward W. Donn jrM A. 01 Downbtf,
G. U. Darim, J. F. Datts. G. Thomas Dnnlon.
r. Edler, John It. Edwmrda, Omrf. It. krana, B.
B. Earruliaw. W. V. Eoo, Frank O. CarpraUr, Don
Carlos BUs. Ed. In II. Bl, W. K. Lllia, F. E.
Zraaav V. J, Kjnon.
O. V, rnou. Fred S. FbltCJasin M. Fllnl,
W W. FlnW. Ouxlrl XV. Fllrfax.
W II (Jordan. I) 8. Gordon. Morton F. Gars,
17. a A.; n. U GrUeipM. J. O. Gawna. n. .
Gtkenemi rinl HMlfirmt 8. Grant. W. (1. tlnrr
1Gck. Hon. Simon Guxsrahebn. Froston Gibson,
J l (ialriroud, CbarM urrDardC
8 8 Heap. C. F llrdrkln. II 8. Ilonrd. John
nuDO.ru. tviuiani v. lum, .. ll. uarru. ilil
n 11 rv Hmrarth It. a lUIIidar. Jamn 1L
Harden, 3. WUUam Hmr? W. B lllbbt. Admiral
J 1 Ucmphin, H. A. Illsetlqr, T. B. Ilojcx.
WUliam A Hill. A J Hepburn, J Hlllmaa. T.
R HutdUnson. Alnmndrr Hccht, R. 8. Home.
Itcbrrt E Hnton, Cbarlcs E.-Uamrt. jr. George
iiDwin,
Tlwo. F. Jewell, V I Joon. U. 8 N : C. T.
JewrIL Jame. B Jirkra. L 8 A : O H P
Johnaon. O. If U Johnrton. Ralph Jenkins, nunt-
wctou jactaon. raul c joniuon, llolcombe u
Johnaon.
U VV kimhall. J F. krrr. 1). W. Ketekan I
Kienlin, I O. knot, letor KauSmann, J. Miller
nenon v h. Knoi.
Lonts Mca Utile. V. 8 M. C; Richard II Iith.
H. R. Iemlr, Ml J. Georse T Uninai, J K.
tefem. Baron Lersner, Blair Lee, A. B Lecare,
Arthur Lee. kdward 11 Uftua.
Gen. Neli A. Miles J. B .McDonald. Col. C. I
MrCawley, J B Murdock. Henu M Morrow, V 8
A.; Edward MrCanley Jr. II 8 N : W.ltrr A l
Clunj Frank MelntjTe. IT H. A : . F Mamidn.
Yoanuin Mmdri Mberln Mrmbienm J. K. Mahonri,
V M C . N fc. Manon Malcolm 8. McCkmihe.
Harry W Miller Jame. 1) Mnrsan. nrmabr Mc
Cmmnn (.enrre F. Mnth. II. L. Mirra Basil Mile.
Thomas P. Morfsn, Jr , William C Mimn, BenM-
mine H Minor w E. Monlmmerr Jamos II Me
Kriiney 1" I ilrkennejr. U V Mattinslr. Gharle
MuIIIken. Jrlm Merriam, Frank Moss, Grorrs Mcl
Mmilrre. Franklin MaeVracli
llarctl F Norton. Geonj. J Sewrarten. J O.
Normorle. Rntrnoos Nieholwn. Len I. Minor, r.
NordUDBvr. T Norrn, V. T Nellnn.
lenrr T Ornard.
C M d. IVna R G Putoo, A a rjekens.
P A Teiet. Hnm d Fena Georr. C Frrklns
R II mcn Jsmes C Prjor. V 8. N : It C
Pcrikts. the rostmaster General, R. Rom Perry,
it r. urn u.rrn. iinrniri.
W r IUchardson Col. Charles Richards. I B.
Roja Alexander Rndsrrs II 8 A : T 8.
RcdftTS U 8. V.: SIjtkt Juan Rlano. Hamilton
Rowan Grorf. C. Remej. C II Itobb. C. rejton
Russell. Georse Robinson. C V Richard),
Rajmond Rndsrrs IT 8 X : C B Rheem,
Thomas B Rl Jr. Rohrrt n RooktHC.
j i ncniej. I7irmi v Kymons O II Rwen
tcin, Lcul. do SarUces K E. Spafford. D I H.
Sloenra U 8 A : J Rnellman Stuart L.
rraith. Gen Alex Sliip P 8jmora, Xt M Shand
H A Sklnw V II Hterms. U 8 S . E. 1
Slellwaten. Henry W Samxin 1" E. Rartrant,
C 8i.1din2 JavtiIi Mrasbnnrer Henry O
Stewart. John ( Srlhert J Hrarr Rmin to n
ThnmM w-on. Jamni Hham '
li XI Talhot, Lawrence Townsend, In Roy Tut-
Mr ikiHxn Jl l OfmpMWl
W F an Ne V K
Ma). Blantnn lnsfaip Chartra C Waleutt ir
V . W Wotifcpmn Gen. Ioard
ii, rfonn c. hmt, jinn ji vvaunouch, A II
uaiaun. juj. uion WiUlams. M A WeBer
............ .,,..,. .wnr ,, untie isen n
Willi I M Watt O -hrl- a mi.
John C Walker. W 11 West, noraca H Westontt,
T W WilUms. Jame. U Wearer, the Attnmer
..i. 'i.ni , iiooaami, v a Wussatt-
Wellatood White
II r T.rrow
II T Zane
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
WHITE.
Charles E. Delraer ft and Candla V. Graham.
3 rter Junea II Ta.lor
Ionard A Wilvw a. and Gladys E. Boyer II.
both of MUllnston. Md. '
John M Didlake X and Carrie. Robertson, xj.
both of Richmond ti -. .
. 'ul, rtsllard . .d en. a nxn a
lioth ot Richmond a Rer John E. Brijxi.
Herbert klnp M and Elizabeth NortS r
Iter Wallace KaddlTe.
neorte. E Peyton S and Jophin. L. Estepp
B Ree L. Morfan Chambers.
COLORED
Alaod,4- M,F7 C"d'- JL
The Oldest nemedy- Knomn
llJ!J'',alitz ?1n.der .All Physicians pre
scribe It for all troubles of the stomach,
liver, and bone's You can now buv
..v.. UUIVJU UC1U1I1
IK SERVICE THIHTY-SIX YEAES.
J. D. ZIKRS.
Antorman Connecticut Aretme lane Washington
Railway and Flcctne Company
prise to the emplojes receiving their
profit-sharing checks
In an aggregate total of 19.13 02 dis
bursed to conductors motormen. depot
clerks, and starters, the distribution is
so arranged that each man emplojcd by
the companv for a period of ono jear
or more receives the sum of J2ST as his
share of ttfe plan voluntarll) put Into
effect by the companv Of the SOI profit
sharers, there are 5S4 men receiving this
sum, equaling JlbTTitS.
OF PROFIT-SHARING
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KatsaflasaRaasst"' saaaassPall
BnssSaslxnsssEr astaasssssl
IBsSSSaBaaVBaBBSSkBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBB
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K.
Kailway Company Heceive Checks
MANY OFFER AID
TO SUFFRAGISTS
Capital Citizens Want to Help
Women in Their Plans
for Parade.
COMMITTEES ARE NAMED
Inritations Are Now Being Sent Oat to
Those Who Are Likely to
Participate.
I'nsnllcltrd proffi rs of co-operation are
pouring Into national suffrage headquar
ters at tho rooms of the Congressional
commltteo from leading Washington
business men. Mun members of the
Chamber of Commerce and tho Board of
Trado have announced their desire to
help the commltteo In everjr way in
perfecting their plans for the great suf
frage pageant to be held here March X
Among those who nlreadv have enlisted
as co-workers, Mr Iaac Cans, a promi
nent official In the Chtmbcr of Com
merce and the Retail Merchants' Asso
ciation, has given tho commltteo much
valuable nld
Assurances of heart! support and co
operation also have been received from
the various suffrage organizations In the
District, Including the District Suffrage
league, which Is working for the resto
ration of seir-govc-nment in Washing
ton. Mrs Helen Jill Hardener stated
Jesterday that the circle of friends In
Washington, who are denlroui of helping
make the pageant a great succes, is
much wider than at first anticipated.
lend Out Invitation..
Invitations to suffrage workers and
suffrage organizations to participate In
tho pageant andisuffnge exercises to be
held during tW Inauguration are being
sent out b tho committee A great
throng of visitors Is expected to at
tend Most of the Important suffrage
organizations of the toiinto. It Is ex
pected, will be represented, and the
most prominent women workers In the
movement from all over the country are
expected to be on hand to witness the
greatest dlsplav of equal suffrage senti
ment ever stagid In this countrv
Preparations for tho event will
stradll) on from now until the marshil
of the pageant gives the signal of "all
Is readj ' at I o clock In the afternoon
on tho dav before Inauguration, when
one of the most beautiful pageants will
pass along the famous avenue of pa
rades
V largo force of clerks and officers
was working at headquarters vetrda
on the details of the pageant The click
of typewriters, the buzz of dictation
broken bv a continual stream of visitors
and newspaper correspondents, and or
ders bv telephone and messenger, give
the committee rooms a genuinely busy
appearance
New committees announced for partic
ular branches of work csterday were
llandMrs. WilUsro Kent
nsnner-Mrs. R I Ilsstroue
CanraJBinc funds-Mrs. Burleson.
Of men In the service for a lesser
period there are seventeen who have
been emplojed for eleven months and
Who received Jiwll each, four at tea
months receiving KJ.51. six for nine
months JI1 M eighteen for eight months
113.15. fourteen for seven months, JltTb
twentj for six months. SUM. and clght
...n men who have been in the kcrvlce
for five months who have received $11 T
To 1:0 men who have bcrn In the cm-
nlov of the companv for from one to
four months thev received as their part
of the profits i-3. $17. ris and tl.
rcspectlvelv
s,(cni la Kxplnlnnl.
The Utter sent bv Prcs dent King to
each of the men In which Is Inclosed
the spciiallv engraved profit-sharing
iheck stales n part "that this fund
Is entirelv apart from and in addition
to the change in wage scale made last
Fcbruarv bv which tive-vcar men were
given i voluntarj advance amounting to
SCW for the jeor that the profit shar
ing plan was onceivcd with a desire
that conductors and motormen should
share m whitever Improvement could
lie made In the results of the ar fn
over the e.ir I'll In which lb per rent
of the car earnings (after deduction of 1
per cent District taxi were disbursed for
accidents and trilnmen s wages '
The basis hv which the profit sharing
has been reached compiled b VTce
President Him. shows tint the gross
passenger receipts less the i per cent
government tax. totaled JCl, and to I
nrrti. ,1 tti ctiirf fill tlm m.n lindir 1
the plan, trainmen's wage ind accident
accounts of 26 per cent floured on the
abov e as r!,6ri Vv Ith exendUures
9,337 for accidents and Jii".lW for other
wages paid a total of JiII.K2, the profit
sharing fund remained at $1913 for Im
mediate distribution, which has been
made
As an Instanco of how conductors and
rrotormen feel under the plan of profit
sharing, Motorman J D Zler. for
thlrtv-slx tears an emplove of the com
pany, having been appointed In June,
1ST, and i-tlll aitive on the Connecticut
Avenue line said 'Little did I think
that when I began railroading in '16 as
a hill horse boj. Iiardl) able to reach the
horses neck, would I ever be permitted
to participate in sharing with the stock
holders of the company anv portion of
the profits During all no Jears with
the companj I have. In conjunction with
other cmploves, been fulrly treated b
the companv. but receiving jesterday
that check for $S72 makes it hard to
express mv gratification at the added
consideration shown bv Mr King and
those connected with him In the man
agement of the companj fauch things
us this makes us old fellows In the
service might J proud, and the joungstcrs
of lcser length of service should give
the companj the best that is In them,
for It Is no telling what next the com
panj will do for our benefits"
CHECK.
M mssS
IT aULarmXV if! '-'"tiSScSiSr
rrr. . svj -- r.i'f-x--
?'fys2--i,' -wsO
, '- -.
for Meritorious Service.
Iiajpitalltj-MnJ. Harrey W. WBeT sal lUsi
Julia Gotdsbaranih.
Lawyers-Chairman, Mm Ellen Spencer Vuaser;
lKw chiirman. Miss Gertmds Leonard.
Fbyslelana-Dr. Hnorx C. rolkmtr and Or- Clara
Bliss Flnley.
IVmeee BuffraiisU-Mlas Nettle. Lotias White.
rosters, post cuds, ppotofraphj, colors-Mrs.
Mca E. Allendtr.
Adrlaory-Mra. GOIstt nin. Mrs. La Folletta.
Mrs. V. P. daiton, Mrs F. T. Dubois, and Mrs.
Tliomu L. MacDonald.
Llbrarlan-MIss Harriet J. Hifton.
literature-Mrs. Luln W. Hrmlnxway. Mrs. J. B.
Withers. Miss Sloan. Mrs. rionk llr. W n.
Stuart, and Mlas Alice Jenkins.
Marahai-Mra. Burleson.
Finance and oreanlxatioa of lh .nfrriM baH!
of the District of CclumbU-Mlsa Florence Lth-
enarr
Outdoor mertinrs-Mrs. Nina, AUender.
WILL LIVE IN TAFT HOTEL.
President to Itrslile for Few Months
nt esv Haven,
President Taft jesterdav informed Sen
ator Ilrandegce, Representative Tilson,
ana a numwr or citizens of New Haven,
Conn., that he Intended to make his
homo at the Taft Hotel In New Haven.
Conn., for the first few months of his
ta In New Haven, after leaving the
White House.
The President said that he and Mrs
Taft probably would select a house of
their own next winter, but that they
would take apartments at tho hotel un
til then.
Mr. Taft intends to visit Augusta. (3a.,
for several weeks Immediately following
President Wilson's Inauguration.
DEATH PENALTY IMPOSED,
Samuel XV Rauen, a former member of
thi Engineer Corps of tho United State
Armj, was yestsrday sentenced by Jus
tice rJtanord to be nanged at the District
Jail January 31. for tho murder of his
wife, Ozelah Rauen, March 10 last
Rauen heard the court pronounce his
fite without showing any signs of emo
tion Rauen was convicted recently of the
murder of his wife and his brother.
John Rauen An appeil to the Court of
Al peils may serve to stay tho execution
of the sentence. The murder was com
mitted at 1016 Seventh Street Southwest
Ranen had served sixty dav a at Occo
quan for choking his wife, and the shoot
ing followed as a res Jit of Rauen's al
leged effort to effect reconciliation.
1. II. C. A. Roys Get Medals.
Prizes yesterday were awarded the win
ners of a visitors' contest conducted by
the T M C A bojs department. First
award, a gold medal, went to John Goetz.
thirteen jears old. while Richard Mont
gomerj. fifteen jears old, took the sec
ond prize of r silver medal, and Paul
Drmonet. twelve jears old, received third
prize, a bronze medal.
DIAZ INAUGURATED.
President 1
Oath
if s.fenrniTuri Takes
rf Office.
Adolfo Diaz was Inaugurated President
of Nicaragua on New .ears Daj. ac
tonllng to ndvlces received at the State
lep irtment vesterdaj Diaz was elect
e-d Prde.ident last November, following
tin revolution In Nicaragua He held
the office of provisional president pre
ceding and during the revolution His
cabinet will consist of the following
Minister of gobernacion. Alfonso Ajon,
of Leon minister of war, Jose I'trecho,
of Rivas minister for foreign affairs
Diego Chaniorro of Granada, minister
of fomento Salvador Calderon of hego
vl.i, and Pedro 1 uadra of Granada, min
ister of hacienda
niiiTiis nKPomnu.
WHITE.
Mlltm U an I Clara War-en boy
le,wr 1 and lla E Weed bey
TIktuss 1' and Nora ".rjawn. mrl
l.Unn It and Inna M "uncox (irL
Vhi I. and Vrmle U Hrule air.
John II ami Mdi E. ItcMrr (in.
Wd.ter L and Vnme HiaTs. g-irl
ltr.tn U and I Is G Haydeo. bey
N.m and Marietta DimlM he)
Itoy W and With Cramrton sir!
Ila-mood ( and Ilrnha I Ulackrnan boy.
OI..il.Ol
Jjroo 1 and Talli- l-udlnw tirl.
I Iiim) and Iaix Jnikme rill.
1 ort II snd hi zahrt'i ( he-Vs hoe
VA ilium F and llstl r 1. I nimrton tny
Henry aud HluN-th Hr.i tie
t meat ami Nannie BUker hw.
Jchn and "Mule llrsstm 1
Grant It, and Jlarciret Vli-xarder. brry.
nr:TH ni:conn.
WUeei
J n V kiidrnli II (. il Howl al Inssne
Jmnn Krndrkk C -l t nw
Mart V I irr " "H l tie
llnslura Iliu-kholt,. f fll S L r
JiscTO 1 Ktt-imron!! 45 31 I t nw
Jenni. VI Mailer 1 IU. lllh t
J.mei rt-rrctt l"i3 hh Si nw
John J as-r 3 Pe-sld-nce II -.pita 1
mi V ill- f the T j-site Kb snd V U
ntln Majn.Irr " 1 fth st rr
Ine-4 II Jluwaler ! m titli. IjniTsency H.sp
IIUIIIIJI
Marru (. T Cmn t) l Church St
lad! li.in 8i "It lament M nw
I'erer VViIIums li in V an -it. -w
(abrrlla Bums 61 S3 11 M sw
Claries Bi-sn i va;4', Sailors O
(,e.wsi Pan 1 IVilmrn Hospital
Frilcrick VoVIivn O Wasliirxilon Anlun Hoss.
I i-cnr K Howard J9 WatluncXun Artrun lu-s-l.
IJlas (4rtir V VV a.htnirl'Si V.jliun Hoep
Iticiard F Plisi I IS" Ihircaa St. lie
lilt It Jenkins 1 in mill. Bennln; P O.
Jlarraret I mtth i months Oil S C A" se
Only One "BROMO QUTJTOiT,"tlit b
Laxative firomo Omnine
Cores a Coldin One Day, Gnp in 2 Days
$A
oa
Box.
yl)&i 25c
w
ASHINGTON TEMPLE
NEW YORK AVE. AND 13th ST.
Non-Sectarian
All Invited
SUNDAY, 3 P. M.
"Thou Hast
Put All
Things Under
His Feet."
No Collection
Why Not Be Like the Runner
GET OFF TO A GOOD START.
Start tending yonr linen to
us on January 1, then no
tice the difference.
Yale Laundry
Laundrrtrs, Dry tlrnnert Dyers.
437 New York Av. Nw.
r cite? HrraliI.,OOOrnnleat TOtea.
I
ffftSTOR RU5SELQ
Mm miAinviBU iimsPBta 1..H I
s unRidiinn aahucr a ,. 409 Third st. n.w.
l'.m.n lllKh Grade w. Ch. ...e. n. Us Cnau,.
OCOTCH iTORRE Ml ,,..
Whiskies! re
B 909 Seventh" St. J '.
Unsburgh&Bro.
421 1- 431 7th SI
417 f 425 tth St
Men's Wear Cit to
Lowest Prices for
Quick Clearance
About 1J dozen Coat Neglige
Shirts. In neat figures and
stripes: sizes li and 17 only.
Regular 59c values. Cut on
to each .0C
Odd lots of 7Se Muslin Night
Robes, with collar or V neck: not
every style In every size, en.
For quick Clearance, cut to.-rC
Coat Sweaters, In plain gray,
navy, and black; nearly all sizes.
.S1.75
to.
Men's Coat Sweaters, In graj.
navj, and brown, some made
with Byron collar; sizes from 35
soia reguiariy at 70-.
Cut to. each.
small lot, so It must go CI fc
qulcklj'. Cut to. each 4l.0
$1 00 and fl 2; Neglige Shirts,
In the latest patterns: all
sizes, except 15 Cut to, 70
each '-'C
Wxlglft's Derby Ribbed Shirts
and Pants; nearly all sizes. In
light and heavy weights Sold
regularly at II. Reduced -7Q
to, garment --
JIIS institution has
provided for the
exclusive ue of
its women customers a
special room equipped
with ccry comfort and
convenience, where thev
may wntc, read, rest, or
rnake appointments to
meet their friends. A
special teller is contant
l ' in attendance to as
sist our lady patrons in
the transaction of their
financial affairs.
LiffttRD
aSTULViACCrl,Pres.
3 INTEREST PAID IN
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
"The Light
of Lights"
I
EWALD'S
Butter Toast
BREAD
OC GROCERS' OO
E-vve tho labels. Good for S votes In
325.000 contest.
E
CONOMY MEAT MARKE
T
raere to. best ct roodstaSa ess
aw thi it tas lowest tawnlriES
prleet. tltata. rhb. aad wtuiotj
.wsts fresa.
Meats nsd provi
sions, llome
dresed Poultry
a specialty.
Orra Tctes ta Tte Banld J3.0O) contaat.
I CORNER 13 AND H STS.
I provided for the
1
tk SSSmW .
I Our Beau Ideal the very
I best llsht for business Many
stores, large and small, attest
I to the very small operating
I expense and high efficiency
of this light.
C. A. Muddiman
& Co..
616 Twelfth. 1204 G.
rhone Main 140.
I We Gilt Votes In Heralds 120(0 Contest.
V
TAU CANS OF PINK
SALMON, Per Can,
7ic
20c cans of Lemon Cling
Peaches, per can IBe
Choice Evaporated
Peaches, per lb 10c
1 gal. of Cider Vinegar in
jug for 25c
3 loaves Star of East
Bread for 10c
Fancy Head Rice, per lb. 6c
Cream of Crackers, per
lb 10c
Fancy Cabbage, per lb... lc
Fancy White Potatoes,
per peck 20c
Peanut Butter, per lb.... 10c
Isle bottles Catsup 10c
Finest Storage Eggs, per
doz 21c
Large pkg. Quaker Corn
Flakes, per pkg 6c
Wisconsin Early June
Peas, very fine, per can. 10c
Cordour's Brand of Sugar
Corn, per can 5c
THE
J. T. D. Pyles
Stores
We Che Votes la Heralds $3 MO Coolest.
HOTEL LONGACRE
NEW YORK CITY.
47th St , Just Off Broadway.
EXCLUSIVELY BACHELOR.
Convenient to Ever thing.
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF.
Library, Billiard Hall and Restau
rant in Connection.
All Rooms Handsomely Furnished.
75 Rooms, $1.00 per day.
100 Rooms, with Private Bath,
$1.50 per day.
50 Rooms, with Prhatc Bath,
$200 per dav.
TASTE SO GOOD
JANES' NJ
Chocolates and Bonbons
i?L5J4 NINTH STREET N. W.
' W I sjtv Herald S3J0O easiest watts.
EDUCATIONAL
PEOFESSIONM, EDLCkTION IN ACCOUNT
ancy Flartieal work especially adapted to men
employed. race bulletin. Call oe address Director
of Ldocstion l M c V . E.t (. St-. vvancirjToc.
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES
SINGING. ELOCUTION
lO Grrentn St. ce. Lincooi ITS.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
THl IN1 l- MLETIM. OK1 THF sTfH K
holder, cf T iltiht-r &. B-other Incx-x)r
fd. for th flPrtion of trulf tnr thr ens.il J
rar ind uch rtrer tarisroriw as raaj ctstvr
rntxe before Mid meein will b held at the
nr t.f the corTmtim. rorr!T TTitrteenlh and I
treel Nortl rrsf Uajhirztos 1 4 at
c clock p. m. Janoiry 3 U JOLlll II .
UHLlt. VsTrtirx dr?3iilX
IWU.CKAla. Cl.MMITTKK.
COMUITTbG ON ItHMC 11MOI.T
Rrvir 30 and 31 t . s Trust Bmldtnr Pennsv.
fanl Aifnut acd Terth trect No-thwest
Ml turtle dii nns to fumh raarteT t it!
durice te InaiiaTril rcnM aw rrqurtl to e.
at thi p'rtce or send dfcnpttoti of ronm tati z
ifc niuiber ef rerptw tliat can be sit(tied wttj
beds or nti ith or withntt meals term. Ac
M I UtLLU: Crtturman
Jil if Cumtnitte on Pubbe mfort
rtii vr to -fctiov i MiTHTat ix or
iSy Law notw 1 lereby men that the inn l
mettms tf tne Mnckhaldfr cf The axVil Tra-tHi
I (nifnv fur tlie election of Iirector for tfc en -tzz
yer and wch other bosineu aa may be bm-iht
before the meetirff will be -mW at the olee of t
t cripim Thlrtj lxlll and M Street! Northwet.
ahnvtfn I T on WCDNESPU Janpary
1J13. at W S ek a m. The rWls will b ofn
fit m 11 o-Inck a m. until L! o clock noon. H l
CR4MITON tecrrtary ial-Jt
rnoro-UA kkr invited for the n n-
etiav f tb lore established ami eomrJrte rrint-
!nc and iiNj-hlPr bostatM heretofore rooductnl by
T I HMim ai "ii ran St.. mm ciij r r
eircuUrs ontaining Inwentory rtrVTirt..n
termv aiv or0 M D R03EM5EIUJ At-
t4rn f r KccriTers. Tin ami i. cul jaia
VlAVI "sCIENCK OP HEALTH- WATCRAU
mtfinl. tOO-Mif book free. Appty by mad. I
Colorado Bids- Itciort for wanra WrdsiatUr
it I J9 B. m. -g
There's More Buckwheat
till I CD'C ar"l better buckwhea'
rnlLLCn O n iho packages eon-
. . taining Millers belf-
SeIl-r3ISirllT t raising Buckwheat Its
i the most economical -
Buckwheat
most satisfactory.
Order It next time
CJ- vt yonr rrocrr'a. fo consumers uirNtel.
B. B. EARNSHAW t BRO..
bolraalers, 11th aad M Sts. S. Ii.
DIED.
OOI-On Thursdiv Jinuarv 1
his resldenco Ull t iiiversitv I'laee,
WIM.IAM KDWRD UOOP K
lovol husband of Marie (J Wood
Funeral from hi- late residenee Satur
ilaj. Jammrv t. at I p m Interment
In Oik Hill femeterv tlttltlmore
and Philadelphia papern please cop
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
EAST CAriTOt, ST
CstaUlsbed UST. CHAS. H. ZCRIIOBST. Mr
and Emtatmrr Llrerr In ecnnectlon. CommotLaaJ
Cnapel aad Modern Cremstortom. Modest price
IS fnujliaala Ase nw. Telephone Mala U1
W. R. SPEARE.
FCNU.AI. DIRLCTOrt AND EMU VUIIB.
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON'. D. C.
Phones Main lt
FRANK A. SPEARE. MaiMsr.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
FUNERAL FLOWERS
Of Ererj IMscrirXlco-iiodmUli lYioa
GUDE. -twacral
Destow Irnanl DaaaaaV
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