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THE WASHINGTON, HERALD. FRH)AY, JANTJA11Y 10, 1913.
420 to 430 7th St.
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Thousands and Thousands
of Yards of
These must be disposed of
regardless of cost and profit.
Good lengths suitable for
waists, skirts or entire
dresses. All the season's new
est and most wanted silk
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all colors and black; any
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table, first floor; 79o table. Silk
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HOME SHOE REPAIR CO.
719 9th St. N. W.
Work Called for and Delivered
We Gl-e Votes In The Herald'a 33,000 Contest.
Palmer's Soft Drinks
Are pure, sparkling, and healthful. AH
PURE APPLE CIDER
In 2, 3, 5, and 10-gaIIon kegs.
S. C. Palmer & Co.
1066 Wisconsin Ave. W. ISO
Me cllr Herald f '.OOO contest lotea.
- to co-operate with you in
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cerning i-aints and Enamels.
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The Connecticut Avenue and
Chevy Chase Delegations
FOR EXPRESS SCHEDULE
George E. Hamilton Admits Traction
Company Hat Hard Prob
lem to Solre. .
Representatives of the Chevy Chase
Connecticut Avenue CltUens" Associa
tion, residents of Chevy Chase. Md.t and
Kensington. Md., together with represen
tatives of the Capital Traction Company,
discussed the questions of express and
increased service on the Chevy Chase
line before the District Electric Railway
Commission List night, sitting in the
board room of the Interstate Commerce
The increased service with an express
schedule from Chevy Chase Circle, de
sired by the citizens of that suburb and
by residents of Kensington, Is not fa
vored by members of the Connecticut
Avenue Association, who argued last
night that the adoption of an express
service between the Treasury and Cal
vert Street bridge would solve all diffi
culties of the greatly increased traffic
on this line.
AVnnt Only Thre Stops.
Members of both associations stated
that this suburban line is largely used
by people as a local city service to the
disadvantage and discomfort of subur
ban patrons. Tlicy tald that a schedule
should be adopted, calling for Chevy
Chase cars to stop only at fire stops or
three places between the Treasury and
George E. Hamilton, president of the
Capital Traction Company, stated that
an "express"' service under the peculiar
conditions which the Chevy Chase line
Is operated would, in reality, be noth
ing moro than a "special" service, as
by adopting the suggestion of allowing
Chevy Chase cars to stop only at Are
stops in the city, no gain In schedule
time would be made, as cars are operated
over the Fourteenth Street lino now on
the small headway of one and one-half
minutes, making a gain in time im
possible. He said that the company recognized
the growing needs of Chevy Chase, and
Is desirous of doing all possible under
present conditions to meet them, but
he expressed a doubt as to how far the
company could go in giving any par
ticular section In their system a spe
Members of the citizens associations
are given a week by the commission to
file a brief of their demands upon tne
car company, and from the da-te of fil
ing of these demands the car company
Is given a week to prepare and nie an
LULU M0Y IS "IN AGAIN."
ouuc Womnn Accmfil of Stealing
Another Woman's Clothes.
Lulu Moy. the seventeen-year-old
American girl, who first gained noto
riety by marrying a Chinamen and sub
sequently kept herself In the limelight
bv divers escapades, was arrested in a
downtown cafe last night by Detective
Cox on a charge of grand larceny. The
young woman walked beside Lox to
The clnthes she wore wero stolen from
le room of Miss Amelia Glngell, at
nr I. Street, on Christmas Eve.
Lulu Moy would not relate the details
of the alleged theft from Amelia Gln
gell. The prisoner is specifically charg
ed with stealing a black dress and coat,
a gray hat trimmed with two gray
plumes, and a quantity of lingerie. Sho
Is being held at the First Precinct Sta
tion rending arraignment In Police
TWO WIVES GET DIVORCES.
Decree Art? Awarded In Favor of
Mr. Cnlirn and Mrs. Hersey.
Mrs. Rosa Cohen was yesterday award
ed an absolute divorce by Justice Ander
son from Benjamin Cohen. The husband
is directed to pay the costs, In addition
to the wife's counsel fee.
Mrs. Amelia H. Hersey is given per
mission to resume her maiden name of
Amelya H. Xander in a decree for ab
solute divorce from George F. Hersey.
Justice Anderson signed the decree.
Louis P. Darrell has been awarded an
absolute divorce from Edith J. Darrell.
The costs of the proceeding. Including
an attorney's fee of J1S0 for the hus
band's counsel, is assessed by the court
against the co-respondent. Justice An
derson signed the decree.
HOSPITAI B0ABD MEETS.
Ileimeat of '20,000 to Eye, Ear,
oic nnd Throat Institution.
At the annual meeting of the corpora
tors of the Episcopal Eye, Ear, Nose,
and Throat Hospital, held last night In
Epiphany Episcopal Church parish hall,
the report of the treasurer showed that
hospital to be in a flourishing condition.
Bequests to the amount or nearly $20,000
were made to the hospital. It was also
known that the hospital has purchased
a piece of ground adjacent to It. which
will prevent any building shutting out
light from Its operating rooms.
Two new members were elected to tho
board of governors. They are Dr. Joseph
Rryant, and Rev. Dr. Joseph Scott Smith.
Tliey take the places of Rev. Joseph As
plnwall, and Dr. Frank Hyatt, whose
terms have expired. Vacancies on the
board of corporators were filled by the
election of Mrs. Bobert E. Grant, Henry
J. Morgan. Dr. John V. R. Hoff, U. S.
A., and Dr. O. A. M. McKImle. Bishop
Harding attended the meeting.
Next Thursday the board of governors
will meet and elect their officers.
First Aid Class Meets.
The first meeting of the newly organ
ized class In first aid to the injured to
be conducted under auspices of the Y.
W. C. A., by Dr. W. A. Wlckllne. or
the Walter Red Hospital, waa held
last evening In the Y. W. C. A. club
room. Miss Jessie J. MarrJner. extension
scretary of the Y. W. C. A.. Intends
to follow this class with a course In
Navy Chaplains to Meet.
A board of chaplains of the navy has
been ordered to convene at the Wash
ington Navy Yard, February 10. to exam
ine candidates for the office of chaplain
In the navy. Only Presbyterian candi
dates will be considered. The present
vacancy Is caused by the retirement of
Chaplain R- R. Hoes, who was of that
To Core a Headache
You must first remove the cause. Most
headaches ant ratis iv a ..hiHi
stomach. HofTs Lemon Seldlltx will put
-.-. kviuM. u iB yum ui cuuaiuon
aqd cur your headache In a, few mla-
PLEADS FOR PERMANENT
POLICE PENSION LAW
President C E. Smith Makes. "Inau
gural" Address at Police As
A plea for the speedy passage of per
manent police pension legislation, which
has been before congress ior several
years, was made last night by President
C. K. Smith, of the Police Association
of the District, at the Installation of
officers recently elected. Secretary
George W. Soliers also delivered an ad
dress, in which he touched upon the need
of a permanent pension.
The Installation exercises were held in
Pythian Temple. Sergt. Edward Curry
of the Sixtli Precinct, presided, and act'
ed as installing officer. In addition to
President Smith and Secretary Soliers,
Vice President A. V. Brown, Financial
Secretary Edward Kelly, Treasurer
M. P. Lord, and Trustee Henry Gilbert
After the Installation, a musical and lit
erary programme was given by the fol
lowing: Miss Virgie Clemmons, Miss
Carrye Soliers. Miss Edith Pinckney, Miss
Mabel Burch. Miss Lillian Jacobson, Mas
ter Frank Simmons, and Mr. Richard
Mansfield. Refreshments were served
NO! JUSTICE HOLMES
.ISN'T GOING TO QUIT
Muiuey's Washington Paper Denies
Report in Mansey's New
Emphatic denial was made yesterday
by friends of Associate Justice Oliver
Wendell Holmes of tho United States
Supreme Court, of the rumors that he
would resign from the bench after the
Inauguration of President Wilson. These
denials put an end to the report that
has lecn bandied around for the last
few days that the Justice would resign,
owing to his Inability to be in accord
with the Progressive public sentiment
which expressed itself In the election
of Gov. Wilson. They also put a quie
tus on the rumor that Senator James
A. O'Gorman of New York was slated
for his place.
The reports were dealt with as facts
In out-of-town newspepers owned by
Frank A. Munsey, while the Washing
tor. Times, tho Munsey paper here, was
busy denying them. Says the New York
"President-elect Wilson haa In his
hands what Is practically the resignation
of Oliver Wendell Holmes. Associate
Justice of the Supreme Court of the
Pnlted States. Several days ago Gov.
Wilson received a letter. In which ho
said that his formal letter of resignation
would be transmitted immediately after
the President-elect enters upon his ad
ministration. "Gov. Wilson is said to have remarked
after reading the letter of Justice
Holmes. 'That would be a fine place for
Senator O'Gorman. He would be Just the
man for the position." "
The Baltimore News, the Munsey
afternoon paper in the Monumental City,
reprints what the Press, the New York
Munsey paper, had to say yesterday
Says The Washington Times, yesterday
afternoon at the same time the Balti
more News was assuring the public of
Justice Holmes' contemplated resigna
tion: "A story that Associate Justice Holmes,
of the Supreme Court, would resign
from the bench is ridiculed by his
friends and denied by Justice Holmes
himself. As a matter of fact. Justice
Holmes would not resign In any event.
He is eligible to retirement at any time
he choscs, being seventy-two years of
age and having served on the Supreme
Court bench more than ten years. But
he Is in good health and is showng no
disposition to retire."
CHEMICAL SOCIETY MEETS.
At the meeting of the Chemical So
ciety at the Cosmos Club last night the
following short essays were read:
"Drying by the Freeaslng Method." by
L. A. Rogers, of the Dairy DIvtMon.
Bureau of Animal Industry; "Concern
ing the Pharmacological Action of the
Tartrates," by William Saiant and
Clayton Smith, of the Bureau of Chem
istry; "The Effect of Lime Upon the
Alkali Tolerance of Wheat Seedlings."
by J. A. Le Clcrc and J. F. Brexeale.
of the Bureau of Chemistry, and "The
Estimation of Tartaric and Sialic Acids
by the Ute of Uranium Acetate and
Ammonium Molydate," by H. C. Gore,
of the Bureau of Chemistry-
Ileed Blocks " ote.
An effort was made in the Senate yes
terday by Senator Newell Sanders of
Tennessee to secure an agreement by
unanimous consent for a vole on Jan
uary 10 on Senator Kenyon's bill regu
lating Interstate shipments of Intoxi
cating liquors. But an objection by
Senator Reed of Missouri prevented the
Chtrln A. I.uslii. and Charlotte M. Mir,
Iter. Richard Schmidt.
Jewie P. Tmnmeu. 2X and Horn. Snrter. Is. both
of Great Fallft. a. Her. James o. Mootancnety.
Barmond W. an llora. 3. and Lena M. rhultra.
19. both of SUnr Enm, aid. Iter. Jimn V. Uah
P. Thornton. 21. ud LaTina Johnvm. Is.
A. V. Dlen 2S. and Sadie E. Cdrmin.
T. DaVraccioi S (unite), and Pearl Weat, W lx-
P. Morgan. ZS, and Addia L Cook. 33.
William A. rrrry, 4S, Gort. IToapiUl for Insane.
Mar? B. Doreey. 33. California apartment.
William M. Donald. 73. 213) G fit. nw.
Accuit n. Danmbacx. 3, II N fit. ce.
Hiinrd Hanarn, 70. 6)1 7th St. nw.
Elizabeth a Qriath. S3. 415 Cth St. BV.
Marr W. Tucker. 71. 311 13th St. ne.
Charlea E. Price. 68, Waab, Aijtam Hospital.
Walter P. GriSn, M. Utile Sisters of the Poor.
Mary Bennett, 57. Utile Slaten of the toor.
Alrin William. 3 months. Children's Hospital.
Louis Gray. S3. Emergency Hospital.
Clarence Gaasavay, 35. 733 Nary Place se.
fiarah Stocai, 3. Children's Hospital.
Sjlria Walsh, i. M Jackson St. na.
Kdaard L and Katia E. Klotz. girl.
Charlea D. end Hand D. Wearer, hny.
Jerome B. and Florence R. Gray. rirl.
nniry O. and Retire Dahlen, Ctrl.
Edward E. L. and Margaret E. Lynch, boy.
Michael and Lenora V. Horowitz, boy.
Jacob and Rftsie Barnard, boy.
Samuel and Jennie Peldman. boy.
Frank and Rosa retrona, cirL
Walter T. and Vlrgia L. Trittipoe. cirl.
Joseph L. and Kettle Calhoun, gui.
Richard T. and Isndonla Doner, girl.
Jsmes M. and Marian L Carter, boy.
Arthur and Susie Butler, boy.
Eugene and Cora Slmnu, boy.
Samuel and Flossie Pierson, boy.
CASTOR I A
For Infant! and Children.
Thi Kind Yoa Hare Always Bought
IN BIHER FIGHT
Continued from rase One.
mentality, and unswerving adherence to
tho principles of pure democracy, undis
turbed by any of the Isms which would
mar Its harmony or bring discredit upon
"The woman to whom I refer the wife
of a distinguished New York Represent
ativehas demonstrated her ability In
many lines of service, especially during
the months of suspense preceding the
election of Gov. Wilson."
I.nuils Sirs. Ayrea.
As Its corresponding secretary, tha
great burden of organization rested
upon her shculders; and when the work
outgrew the office established in her
home, ahc at once secured an office In
the business part of New York City,
and continued actively at work for the
league until after the election.
"Her beautiful and effective work in
behalf of tho convention speaks for Its
self, and I am told it was largely through,
her personal influence that the National
Monthly Magaxino became the official
organ of tho league.
"As the plan for educational work
In the National League and the study
programme were Mrs. Ayres" sugges
tion, Mr. Wilson expressed a wish that
she take the presidency of the National
League and develop It along those
lines. Ho has recently appointed a
representative to take up all details
relative to tho preparation of the study
programme, a man who has had the
advantage of long friendship with Mr.
Wilson, who knows thoroughly the
Woodrow Wilson principles of Democ
racy. "For these and similar reasons too
numerous to mention. I ask your votes
for president of tho Woman's National
Democratic League for Mrs. Stephen B.
Mrs. Claude A. Swanson. wife of the
Senator from Virginia, seconded Mrs.
Mrs. Crosby was nominated by Mrs. u
Brlckell Holmes, of New York, who In a
brief speech declared that by reason of
her fine executive ability and her record
ns president of the league since Its or
ganization, she ought to be re-elected.
Miss Katherlne M. Dabney, of Washing
ton, seconding the nomination, declared
that Mrs. Crosby had been hampered by
Interference by Mrs. Ayres and others.
The discussion of the single tar and free
trade Issues. Miss Dabney asserted, were
forced upon ttie convention to defeat
The other officers elected were Mrs.
William A. Cuilop. wife of the Rcprei-cn-tatlvo
from Indiana, first vice president:
Mrs. Edward T. Taylor, of Glenwood
Springs, Colo., second vice president,
Mrs. Duncan I'. Fletcher, wife of the
Senator from Florida, third vice presi
dent; Mrs. John K. Raker, wife of the
Representative from California, recording
secretary; Miss Josephine McMahon, of
New York City, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Grace Porter Hopkins, of Washing
ton, field secretary; Mrs. M. B. Adams,
of Washington, treasurer, and Mrs. Will
lam F. Dennis, of Washington, historian;
Mrs. Charles Morton, auditor.
The following board of directors, which
has served s'uoe the organization of tho
Uague last June, was reinstated: Mrs.
Kate Henry, of Washington: Mrs. Adlal
H. Stevenson, wife of the last Demo
cratic Vice President of the United
States; Mrs. J. Hedges Crowell, of New
York City: Mrs. William Jennings Bryan,
nnd Mrs. J. Borden Harriman, of New
Miss Katherlne M. Dabney. prominent
as founder of the league, was a strong
supporter of Mrs. Crosby. She declined
nominations to places on the executive
The executive board met at the New
Wlllard last night with the new presi
dent. Mrs. Ayres, In the chair. After
organization the board adjourned, to
.t at 10 o'clock Saturday morning.
January IK. when formal work of or
ganization will be taken up. Mrs.
Ayres has nsked that members of the
league send in suggestions of State
Ice presidents, who are to be elected
by the board.
Will lie Installed I'nator.
Rev. William A. Wade will be installed
s pastor of St. Mark's Lutheran
Church, Eighth and C Streets South
rest, to-night at S o'clock. An elatx
rato musical programme has been ar
ranged. Rev. Luther Hess Waring wll
preside at the services. Rev. Dr
Charles F. Steck will deliver the ser
mon. Prayer will no said Dy jiev. jonn
Huddle, and a Scripture lesson
be read by Rev. Richard Schmidt. The
charge to the pastor will be read by
Rev. John C. Bcwers.
O S. Pert, of Acrteulture. Weather Bureau.
WatlHngton, D. C. Jan. J. 1S1JS p. m.
Treasure is still low west of the Rocky Moun
tains, with the principal center of depression orer
Northern Utah, and snows ana rains wrr grnem,
eiccnt in Arizona, Orer the remainder of th
country the weather waa generally fair with high
Temprraturea bars fallen considerably in the
South Atlantis States and are generally, though
slightly, below the Beaonal aterage. except in the
rturthwru. where tbey are Quits low.
It will be somewhat wsnner Friday In the Lower
Lake region and the Atlantic States snd colder in
the northern snd western Upper Laks region, the
Upper Mississippi Vsllrr. South Dakota, and
Nebraska. It will be colder Saturday from the
Rocky Mountain region westward, the Ohio alley,
aud the Lower Lake region.
Midnight. 3: 3 a. m., 3; 4 a. m., 3; f a. m.,s:
S a. m., 3; la a. m., 3; U noon. 30; 2 p. m,, 33;
4 p. m , 36; 6 p. m.. 33: 8 p. m., 3; 19 p. m., 3.
Highest. 36: lowest, 21.
Rclatlte liumldltj-J a. m., 58; 1 p. m., X; S
p. m.. 53. Rainfall (I p. m. to I p. m.), 0. Hours
of sunshine, 9 6. Per cent of puesible sunshine. 100.
Temperatures same data last year Highest. 73;
Temperatures In other cities, together with tbs
smount of rainfall for tha twenty.four hours ended at
I p. m. sesterday. are aa follows:
Max. aim. I p. m. fall.
AllanUo City, N. J 31
Blsmsrck. N. Dak It
Boston. Mass. 7.1
Buffalo. N. Y
Chicago, 111 30
Cincinnati. Ohio 36
Cheyenne, Wyo..... 44
Davenport, low 35
Deneer. Colo......... 44
Dea Molnee. Iowa. 34
Duiuth. Minn S
Gslrestcn. Tn 43
Helena, Mont. M
Indianapolia. Ind 3t
JackaunTille. Fla M
Kansas Citr. Mo w.. 30
Little Rock, Ark 34
Los Angeles. Cal M
Marquette. Mich 34
Memphis, Term 33
New Orleans, La 4S
Portland. Oreg...- 44
New York. S. Y. 33
North rialte, enr -.. ju
Omaha. Nebr. 36
rhuadeiptua. ra-.. s
Pittsburg. Pa. 34
Portland. Me. II
Salt Lake City. Utah 3S
St. Louis. Ho. 3
St. Paul, Minn. 3
Ban Francisco. CaX 40
Springnela. 111..... 3
Taoezna, Wash 38
Tampa, Fla. 74
Toledo, Ohio 31
Viduburg. Miaa. 41
Many advantages are claimed by the
New York Inventor of an automobile) Ura
having a vacuum chamber running
through It Instead of being pneumatic .
TO BRING SWORDS'
BODY HERE Tb-DAY
Wife of Honse Employe, Found Dead
in New York, Bringing Re
mains to Capital.
New York, Jan. 9. Charles Lee Swords,
who was found dead in a chair In his
room in the lodging house at 473
Seventh Avenue Wednesday night, was
a deputy assistant sergcantrat-arms of
the House of Representatives and was
In New York as one of the Federal force
that recently was besieging William
Rockefeller's Fifth Avenue residence.
How Swords came to the little room In
which he was discovered dead Is a mys
tTy that apparently will never be solved.
He was n guest at the Hotel Martinique
headquarters for Scrgeant-at-arms Rid
dell during the active operations
against Rockefeller. Records show that
he left there January I, but it is sup
posed that this was merely because he
was sent on some secret mission pertain
ing to the service of the subpoena on
the much wanted millionaire. He ap
peared at the lodging house Monday.
To-night his wife, accompanied by
friends; arrived In New York. She is
ut a loss to explain the reasons why
her late husband went to the little lodg
ing house. Arrangements were made Im
mediately, for the removal of the body
on the midnight train for Washington,
where it is understood a Masonic funeral
will be held.
Dr. Albert T. Weston, of the coro
ner's office, found the cause of death to
hnve been heart failure.
Swords was forty-two years old and a
native of Mississippi. He had lived In
Washington for a number of years.
RECEIVERS FOR BOTTLER.
Frank 3f. Flnler Cited
Is Not Ilankru
Ionard A. Block and Ralph R. Fle
harty have been named by Justice Bar
nard as receivers of the bottling estab
lishment of Frank M. Finley, at 210
Massachusetts Avenue Northeast.
Tlie bond of the receivers was fixed
at 57.500. The appointment Is based on
a petition In Involuntary bankruptcy filed
on behalf of creditors of Mr. Finley. who
trades under the name of F. II. Finley
& Son. The charge Is made that he Is
insolvent and has admitted his Inability
to pay his debts.
Justice Barnard cited Mr. Finley to
show cause January II why he should
not be adjudged bankrupt. Flnley's as
sets are estimated at $38,000. while his
debts approximate $y...V0.
AUTO SHOW PLANS DISCUSSED.
Local Dealers to Attend Netr York
Exhibitions This Month.
Details of the coming automobile show,
which Is to be given under the auspices
of the Washington Automobile Dealers'
Association, were Informally discussed at
a meeting held last night In the Wood
Plans relative to members attending the
New York show in a body were discussed.
The party will leave Washington on Jan
uary IS and will return January 2?.
giving them opportunity to witness both
the pleasure qar show, which closes
January IS. and the truck exhibition,
which opens two days later. It Is ex
pected that several features of the New
York show will be incorporated In the lo
Many minor details of the show recom
mended In the reports of the various
standing committees were adopted. In
dications are that the timing show will
he mors elaborate than anything of its
kind ever attempted In this city.
Aid Jrlah Con
A dance a given last night at Old
Masonic Temple by the Junior League
for the benefit of Jewish consumptives.
It is estimated that COO was realized.
More than 400 young people attended.
Tart of the proceeds will be sent to tho
Jewish Consumptive Relief Society of
Denver. Part will be retained for the
benefit of Jewish consumptives in Wash
ington. Only One Way to
Eat Three Meals a Day and let
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Digest
Them. The Stomach Soon He-
covers After This Brief Rest.
The very w-orst thing you can do Is
to starve yourself to overcome stomach
misery. Make your meals Just as com-
Erehenslve as possible. use Stuart's
lyspepsla Tablets freely for a while
and all trace of stomach trouble will be
gone. Dieting is a fallacy. The Inten
sive farming nnd gardening of the pres
ent day forces such quick results that
nur dtptftrv in laefctne In the ousntltv
of flesh-forming elements of former'
days. Thus we get a surplus of starch;
You Can Make Kvery Meat Feel Snug.
meats are often despoiled of much of
their nutritive quality, the soil Is de
pleted of the amount of vegetable salts
It ought to have. Wo do not obtain the
nntural ripened fruits and vegetables,
hence the stomach requires assistance
to digest an overabundance of fibrous
material and take care of fruit acids
that Nature had no chance to convert
Into grape sugar. So wc need more
pepsin than the system can supply, more
diastase, more of the natural tonic and
preservative properties which ripened
vegetation should gtve us. This defi
ciency Is made up In Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets and Is the only way to have
stomach health under modern conditions.
Try Just ono box and you will never
want to be without this wonderful rem
edy for stomach troubles. Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets contain an Ingredient,
one grain of which will digest 3,000 grains
of food. They are entirely harmless
because they nave aDsoiutely no effect on
the system one way or another, except
to ao just me one ifuiiKuiRrsi looa.
Even- drutr store Bells and recom
mends Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. The
price Is 50 cents per box.
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Chocolates and Bonbons
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
Wa arlva Herald tZSAOO comteat vatea.
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New spring patterns of Baby Vehicles are almost due to ar
rive, so wc have decided to close out all our winter stock quickly
by making a big reduction in price.
will be offered off every pattern
in stock irrespective of style and
kind. Our assortment embraces
all the popular styles, including
Perambulators, Pullman Chaises,
fin-forte rn-rinclferc nnA 0f
, w..ww, .. VUl-
JS.T5 Go-baskets, lined 7 fin
with corduroy, now iJsUU
110.00 Go-baskets, lined Q f(
with leather, now O.UU
3 r,n rvillnnafhle flutfnr- Sn11rl
rubber-tired. go fin Handsome English Perambulator,
now 4J&.OU Dark brown coach body, brass
.. - r. ,u . .... trlmmlnga, Upholstering and hood
J7.I0 Collapsible Go-carts, with of brown leatherette. Excellent
iTo00.:.."?!1.". J6.00 ll&o'io ""V"m 514-80
631 to 639 Massachusetts Avenue
Does for the Invalid.
When it becomes necessary to move the sick and the injured
X to or from the hospital human ingenuity is taxed to its utmost to
provide means of making the journey in safety and comfort,
I Automobile Ambulance !
AT YOUR SERVICE
Prompt response to every call.
JOHN R. WRIGHT COMPANY
? 1337 Tenth Street N. W.
The Corcoran Gallery of Art
Fourth Exhibition of
Open until January IS. 1913. as fol
lows: Week days, from 9:00 a. m. until
4.30 p. in. Sundays, from 1:30 p. m.
until 4:30 p. m. Friday evealnna, from
N p. m. until lOrOO p. m. Tuesdays,
Thursdays, Saturdays. Sundays and
FRIDAY EVENINGS, the admission Is
free i on other days an admission fee
of twenty-five cents Is charged.
HOT GRIDDLE CAKES
Mil I FH'S Are drtldou and vholorcna vhra
" " . . . m,d" ' MlLLKIt'S Srif-IUisina-
Self-raiSin? Bociwrirat, It'a economical, too
- rarfcaci-s rxintain more bues
buCKWnS3l lrint thin tho of other brands.
ty.U Tour rroeer'a. No crotnincrs supplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO.
Wholesalers. 11th aad X Sta, S. E.
$6 to $16.50
$4.50 to $12
$4.75 to $18
Wc repair Trunks, Suit
Cases, and Handbags.
1219 F Street
909 Seventh St.
Of Cstty DtscrtiitloD-yodcnUly Print
largest Morning Circulation.
Phone North 47
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NOTICE TO rSTOCKHOLDERS-THE AXSUAl
medic of tha stockholders cf Tha WaaMnftjoc
Loan and Trast Company, ftr tha election ot
Directors snd for the rsirxnee of transacting suca
OUMT business as nur tawTUlly come betora tha
itoelholdsrs tn general mertlnc. vttl be baM as
the oifios of tha Oompasy at 22 o'clock- nooa
TUESDAT, JANUARY II. 1H Tha potli lll
remain open to reoriTe votea for such clactioa r
tvrcn tha hours of tl o'clock: nooo and : o'clock
p. m. on that date. HAKKT C. ME EH. Treas
THE ANNUAL .MEETING OF THE STOCK
hoidjra of the Union Tniat Company of tha District
cf Columbia, for tho flection of directors fcr tha m
aclnz year, will be nttd on TUESDAY. January 1.
1913, at the oOCtt ef the company. Fifteenth and II
burets Northwest, WaaUnfton. D. d. at 1 o'cinri
re m. The rolls vQl be open fraa I to Z o'clock
p. m. Transfer bnoaa ill be closed from tha 1st U
the Uth day of Jancary. 1913, both, dajs indnsiT.
THE ANNUAL MXET1NG OF THE STOCK
holdera of the CTashictoa Railway and Eectrw
Company, for the purpose of electing a Board ot
Directors to erne for the ensuing year and to trans
act auch other business aa may property come befors
the meeting. C1 be heM at the oSoe of the com.
pany. Fourteenth and East Capitol Streets. Wash
ington. D. C. on SATURDAY. January IS. 1513, at
12 o'clock noon, a R. BOWEN, Secretary.
THE-ANNUAL-IEETINOOF THE 'STOCK
holders of the Anacostia and Potomao Rirer Ran
road Company, for the purpose of electing a Board
of Directors to serfs fcr the ensuing year and to
transact such other business as may properly come
before the raeetirg. will be held at the oCce cf the
rnropany. Fourteenth snd East Cspltol Streets.
Wsabington. D. a. on BATURPAY. January 18.
1513. at 12 o'clock noon. 8. R. BOWEN. SecrrUxy.
THE ANNUAL MEETINO OF THE STOCK
holders of the Georgetown and Tennallytown Rail
way Company, for tha purpme of electing a Board
of Directors to serre for the ensuing year and to
transact stich other business aa may properly come
before the meeting, will be held at the ofe ef the
Crxnpany. Fourteenth and East Capitol Streets.
Washington. D. C . en SATURDAY. January U.
1313. at 12 o'clock noon. S- It. BOWEN. Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETINO OF TI1E STOCK
holders of the City and Suburban Railway cf Wash
ington, for the purpose of electing a Board of Direc
tors to serre for the ensuing year and to transact
such ether dusIem as may prrreriy come before the
meatier, will be held at the oCce of tha company.
Fourteenth and East Capitol Streets. Wsshlngton,
D. OL. on SATURDAY. January II. HIS, at U
o'clock noon. S. R. BOWEN. Secretary.
THE ANNUAL SfEETINO OF THE 6TOCX-
holdcrs of the Bnghtwood Railway Company, for
the purpose of electing a Board of Dtrecton to serre
for the ensuing year and to transact such other buat
neaa as may properly come before the meeting, will
be held at the oSce of the company. Fourteecus and
East Capm Streets. Washington, D. C-. on SAT
URDAY. January 13. TJ13. at 13 o'clock noon. S. R.
BOWEN. Secretary. JaS.10.13.13.lf
THE ANNUAL MEETINO OF THE STOCK-
holders or me rotcmae EJertnc Power Company.
for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for
the ensuing year and to tranaact such other business
may properly come before the meetine. will he
held at the office cf the company. Fourteenth and
East Capitol Streets. Washington. D. C. en SAT
URDAY. January 13, 1313. at 12 o'clock norm. 8. R.
BOWEN. Secretary. JaS.10.UJ5.1T
COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC COMFORT.
Rooms 30 and 31 U. S. Trust BoUdlne. PerrrsrrV
Tsnla Asenue and Tenth Street Northwest.
All parties desiring to furnish quarters to Ttaitnrt
during the Inaugural period are requested to call
at this ofnee or send description of rooms, statttg
the number cf persons that ran be wrnnllnt with
beds or cota, with or without meals, terms. Ac
M. I. WELLER, Chairman.
Jal.Wt Committee on Public Comfort.
mVI BC1ENCB OF HEALTH. HATC1UU
Bonsurrlcal: tOO-naga book free- Annie be nan eis
Colorado Bldg. Irrea lecture far woman Wadnaadayi
s-J p m. awXJ
EVANS-On Wednesday. January t
1313. at Phoenlr. Md.. MARY KVANS.
wife of the late Joshua Evans, sr.,
and mother of Joshua. Evans. lr or
Funeral services at Phoenix. Md.. at
11 a. m.. Saturday. January 11.
GEORGE P. ZUBH0RST,
SO EAST CAPITOL ST.
tstabusbed lag. CBAB. S. ZCBHORST. Mas.
J. WILLIAM I.EHS. I!.....! nir.,tM
and Tmbalmsr. livery ta connection. Cararaodlena
Chapel tad Modem Oematortnm. Modest prices.
Si eanasylTuta Are. nw. Telephone Mala 131a,
W. R. SPEARE.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBAUIEB.
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Phones Main St
l-RANK A. SPEARE. Manas;.