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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. (THURSDAY, JANUARY 16. 1913.
2
Old
Dutch
SPECIALS
TO-DAY
Pig Tails, lb.
8c
Frankfurters, lb.
12i2c
Bologna, lb
12I2C
Green Sausage, lb
12i2c
Pure Lard, lb
12I2C
Compound, a lard Sub
stitute, lb
8I2C
I 3 lbs , 25c.
j Fresh Elgin Creamery
Butter, lb.
34c
) Brookficld Creamery
Butter, lb
' 38c
I Selected Eggs, doz
l 23c
j Millbrook Eggs,
' Extra selected and grad-
-d for weight and size. In
I seal d cartons each egg
I guaranted doz
27c
i i
1 New York State
Cheese, lb
I 20c
j Norway Mackerel, each
5c
Sauer Kraut, qt
il 5c
1 Old Homestead Mince
Meat, lb
10c
Pink Salmon, tall cans.
8c
Old Dutch Market,
Inc.
no la Ur W
81b and i: sin S E.
ll.t and M Sin V. W.
7h &. Que St. . 'XV.
1111 II M N. E
J6T2 s.orth Capitol St.
SI20 t.a Ave N. W.
11T5 ftb St . XV.
Tib A n Ms E.
1J78 U Street V V4.
3113 Ml- St N.. XV.
The Market 0!
"See Etz and Sec Better"
EDWIN H. ETZ
OPTICIAN
1003 "G STREET
W e give Herald 2T,000 conteit Totea.
J&
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YEATMAN'S
DRUG
STORE
.'if "-ST 7th&HSts.NE
TORRE "',
Meats and provi
sions. Home
dressed Poultry
a specialty
W. Olr. Tata la Tb. Herald i CS 000 uaiai.
CONNECTlCUr MARKET
Wahl & Co., 926 19th St.N.W.
QUALITY GROCERIES
AND MEATS
We Etve Herald 92ZJOOQ cQatent Totem.
BEE HIVE MARKET
Large Can Corn lot
Raisins. 3 for .2S
Citron, pound 1&
romatoes. 3 cans x
. ROSENBLATT.
01 h and 31 Streets.
Phone N 2334.
V h Veto ta Tb. nmld 13.000 lactase.
HAIR TONIC
C Steps tailing hair Ktlerea dandrun. taottus. f
lnrlgoratei. W
L Carter's Laboratory C
HFsr U. I3UL la
As for Cirter. Shanpoo Crcaau Q
Sj Oct libel redeersabls la X23.000 eootot tor Q
d Tot. for each xaor rtxxtarataS la uu
retail Ml. prln.
Ks Gin Veu la TO BtnUs 3,001 Coote.
I
jjj The Market o! Tre Market of Jjl
M Economies Cleanliness M
HIGH STANDARD
F0R4,UBL4C MEN
Awakened Public Sentiment
Demands They Mast Be
Above Suspicion.
TIMES HAVE CHANGED
Judge Lamar, of Florida, Makes a
Comparison to Show the Adrance
that Has Been Made.
Judge William Balle Lamar, nlio, as
a member of the House from Florida
presented the resolutions of the Florida
I eglslature calling for the Impeachment
of ITnitcd Mates Judge Charles Svvayne,
of Florida, has been a pecullarl inter
ested observer of the proceedings against
Judge Robert Archbald. of the Com
merce Court.
The conviction of Judge Archbald by
the senate proves that thert Is a new
rublic sentiment an awakened public
conscience Judge l.amar raid last night
at the .Nf ill.ird where he and Mrs.
I.amar are staying during an extended
visit to the Capital
In m opinion the case against Judge
Swane was far stronger than the case
against Judge Archbald let Judge
Swanc was acquitted of all of the
twtlve articles of Impeachment brought
Photo by CI nedn
.ILW. I' W1LIIVM It I M lit
npainst him and Jt-dK rcMrId wa
convicted h a er significant major
u" , indudiriK members of the stnate
ft ho in 10S otod to acquit Judpo Swajne
This is but ono manifestation of the
changp of sentiment The peoplt. hae
come to realize that a man is not sacred
beca ise he Is i l-edcral judge or InKrause
he holds an other oRko Tlu h ivt
come to demand that ht comport him
sell not onlN with outward diRniU hut
uith true propriet and with true honor
so preat f the chanse that ont misht
fa that impeachment has become quite
ta-hionable nowada
ilinueeil liilill Tnllmcnt
To demand tint pnhlie fflcials be
fre of corporate rontrol or cen atlilii
tit n to demand that railroidi and other
powerful commercial ifiencles b rtpu
lated to ktc the people properl to
demand that trusts be dissolved and
prohibited these in popular cne- now
anl ar ailed rropn scivlsm
The in d to hi c tiled demaKoffism
The mm fth prea htil those doctrines
Ufced t be t alkd i dcmaoKut Uut
the peji.le have learned letter Thc
Know more about publle affairs, and
I th Ki ow more about public men The
ltsht has ben turn". n and the
hae en
I hell. f the impcn hinent of Judge
Archbald offers -t proof of the chanpe
The enactment f lecislation to regu
late the rnilroif's offers a proof I was
called an inurronl and worse for In
trodiieins in Ct npres bllla to amend
(he Hepburn rate 1 ill ?o as to ple th
Intertite Comnerce Commission the
rlt,ht ti ht upon its own inltiatle just
an 1 reasonable rats of railrnid
chars to precnt a rallroi I from In-cr-aMnsr
an oxlstlmr rate without the
consent of the commission to prescribe
t uniform tlasjuflcatlon of freight and
traflic thrcuphout the I nited States so
is to fix the true basis for prescribing
Just and reasonable rates and to ascer
tain th phjsical alu ot rillroads
With the exception of the physical
aIuation clause which fooii will be en
acted all that legislation has been en
acted It was enacted bcause the people
wanted It enacted It is a new public
fcentlment that is working
Judge Umar during his six jears
pert ice in Congress beginning in 133
was a member of the House Interstate
and iorelgn Commerce Committee ind
a leader in the agitation for railroad
regulation He was known as a constant
insurgent and hid frequent differences
with th Democratic leaders in the
House He is a member of the Umar
famllv of Georgia Resides his
in Congress he has been n member of
the Florida I oglMature in IRS." and was
attorney general of Florida for fourteen
3 ears during which he made a close
stud of Federal control of public serv
ice corporations
Mrs I -a mar who was Miss r thel To
of irginli has man friends at the
Capital She is a niece of Prof Craw
ford Howell Toj professor of Arabic
and bemltic languages at Harvaod
1 III Prnetlcc- I'linrniaej-.
At the regular qi-arterlv examinations
of the Boaril of Pharmacj of the Dis
trict of Columbia held Januar 9 and
10 ten applicants presented themselves
of which the following were licensed to
practice pharmac William II 'Whltt'
lesscj jr Frederlek L, Dudie Jr Paul
Silberstrom and V Leslie Wight Jr
BAND CONCERTS TO-DAY.
llj the t S Soldiers Home Band Orches
tra John S M 7immennann director at
htanlr; Hall at 2J0 orlock
Marrli llfro of the Isthmus lmpe
(Itrrturr U illiam Tell ' Rossini
Idsll Vttfr f msft rnor
Selection Luda dl Iunmrrmoor
DoturetU
(Includins the famous vextrL)
Veto charactrratic Afncas Dream
land vtwater
rotnourri The Winsome MM'tw Datunark
Tl e SUr Spansled Banner
To Care Constipation,
Don t dose the svstem with a lot of dan
gerous habit forming drugs Physicians
everywhere are now prescribing Hoffa
Lemon Seidlitz. the good tasting aeldlltx
paw der Ah drugglsU sell it.
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RUBENSTEINCLUB.
ENTERTAINS FRIENDS
Most Artistic Performance in Organi
zation's History GiTcn at
Raleigh Hotel
The most pleasing and artistic per
formance ever given In the history of the
Ilublnstcln Club was presented last night
before a representative audience of
Hashlng-on music loiers. wnicn over
flowed the large ballroom of the Raleigh
Hotel compelling the use of several
reception rooms
Mrs A. 21 Blair conducted In her usual
artistic manner, showing her truo con
ception of tho composer s meaning In
her reading of the various choruses pre
sented Mrs Blair undoubtedly wields
a very effective Influence over her
chorus as their response to her baton
was never failing and of a highly fin
ished character A conductor who can
train a large chorus such aa the Rubin
stein Club and produce such charming
results as were heard last night cannot
be given too much praise
Assisting the chorus were Mrs. Porothv
Johnson Baseler, harpist of Philadel
phia Mr Kelnald Vverrcnrath, bar) tone,
of New ork. Mr Richard Iorlcberg
cel'lst Slgnor Imperatnrl. violinist, and
Mrs Mamie Morrlco Burdette. pianist, of
vl ah!ngton
The programmo opened with three
choruses Wanderers Night Song.' bv
Rubinstein: " Indian Cradle Song b
Matthews and 'Indian I.ovo hong ' by
Cadman, all of which were given In a
dignified manner
Mrs Baseler followed with two beauti
ful harp solos" Prlere " by Hassclmans,
and Rcve d Amour. by Faure In
these the harpist endeared herself to tho
audience by her finished clear harmonics
and effective pedal work letter Bhe
plajed Salnt-Saens Fantasle In
E minor" In this number Mrs Baseler
did her most effective work, showing her
consummate skill In the execution of
rapid runs, giving to the contrapuntal
work a most artistic fln'sse Mrs Base
lcr was compelled to respond to several
encore one of which was Dcvenant s
Lndcarlng Young Charms '
Mr W errenrath a solos were ' Mlcr-
seelen by Richard Straus I.auf der
Welt bv Grieg M True Love lies
Asleep bv Alexander Russell and 'The
Ringers." bv Herman kohr They were
given in a charmlnglj sjmpathetic
voice showing true poetic Interpreta
tion The Beautiful Blue Danube" was sung
bv the chorus In a manner characterised
by gavety. dash, and spirit. This surely
remains the waltz de luxe
The climax nf the evening came with
the last number, when the "Viennee
Serenade bv Frederick Stevenon wus
sung bj the chorux with Mr Werren-r-ith
ai soloist The work of the chorus
in this niunber was most exacting In
this Mrs Blair demonstrated her com
plite control over the singers as their
vcrv effeitlve light and hcav contrrsls
were always llmeli and ttu 1 lending
of the voices most pleasing
The iccompanlmt nl wis beautllullv
plaved bv the harp cello violin and
llano Mrs. Jlurdette s Admirable work
at the piano wa of material assistance
to the artistic performance of the club
She deserves greit commendation
TAFT NOT A KISSING BUG.
tin- OIHclnls Disappoint
. I ond Mother
Ill
'Jince President Taft rmdc an engage
ment with a six vear old girl to cime all
the wav from Wjomlng to Washington
to kiss him and kept his appointment
he his been flooded with requests for
simllnr f iigHgeim nts
sim. mothcra havo lirouglit their little
girls to the hlte House hoping to a'
tract the Presidents attention with their
offspring The President his received a
number of these this week but the little
girls had to depart merelj with a Pre!
ilentlal hanrishiki and smile it is
nilveU explained to these proud mothers
in behalf of the President that although
he has established i precedent in the
rise of the little Wvoming mis he does
not Intend to take on the kissing bus!
ness as a part of his bite House duties
I etter making this situation chnr were
addressed v,stcrdij to twent) two inx
loua mothers
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
D S Prrt. or jnicultirc VWalhrr Hurwi.
Wiihinjlon rltiedjr Jtm rT 1S-R r n
The rrrvtit r- - re di4ni tlon in bctr thI
tte wratlrr mil I-- nttlrd dunrj; the mt two
dat oter th ciratT (rtion r-f thr euuntrr with
rain Tburwla fntn He ln Ob o illr ami
thft I-ikr n-sion ftinl ronlmuinc I-Viday in eir
orV nd New hcfflimi Ruins and mows will aivi
mntin e Thuisday in t!-e eitrrtn-' West awl uill
rxtrnd rtwanl v l-Yi jiy errr the IUbHit Mntintain
rccirm the I Iain Matt tLe Mivuiri aty and
the cL ulf MxtM.
The wifi alons thr Nw Enjlan 1 rt mil l
mulrrat'' ttt bntk enuthvrtt. en the Middle Allan
llf cuaU't modrratr w-uthwet nn the syth At
Untie mast lift t in mMr-raLr nnrthea.t and rut
en th Kt ulf nat hrft to modrrate touthrat
and rKith en Ihe Wert alf cnut mmlerate cth
rmt and Krt tl nn Lake Midusan moknte ao-1
tarist lr
local Temperatnrps
Vlidnisht 3:im 74am.Ka
Z i a m r 10 a m. 31 IS nono .
rtpm B p n -8rm tSlOpn
Hilhest 51 lMrrst ")
I elatue humidil Ram 'S 2 p. m.
I Mi k lUinfill iS p m. tn It p m.
hours of unahlne 9 " ixt on t of ixsiMe
shine 100
Trmppf-aturo Fam date la-t Trar Hishrft
loet 11
Temperatures In Other Cities
Trmrerararrs in ether cities treethrr with thl
amount of rainfall for the twenty four hours ended at
I B, m. yobterdar ar aa follows
Ttaib
Max, inn. Inm. falL
At rtille N C 5o S
Atlanta (a & t W
VtbntK- atr N J IX 41
P n-3c' N Dak " 2 1
It st -a Vlsss tl 3 il
ItulTalo N 1 tl 34 r
Chicajo III 41 32 42
Onrlnnatl Ohio 4 X. 44 0 C
Cheyenne VVjo 44 32 34
Dasenrort Iowa 42 31 4
DwiTfT 4olo in 2R 4
Dea Moines Iowa. 4t .4 40
Dnluth Minn 1 It 20
Calrrston Tex. f M M
Helena. Mont. 42 22 40
Indianapolis Ind 40 10
Jaclsonrille Via H V J OK
Kanssi City Mo 40 32
little Roci Ark C 44 (n
Los Angeles Cal 52 4fi SO 0 C
Marnuette Mich X 1? 10
Memphis Tenn C2 4C VI
New Orleans la (3 Jl JK
New lork N 42 2" 40
North Platte Nebr 54 H 40
Omaha Nebr 44 22 40
I hUadelphia Pa. 44 31 4"
Plttslain: Ta M m 4 0 01
Portland, Me 42 22 3d
lortland Orrj 4 14 42 0 06
Salt Lake City Utah SI 18 42
t. Lonis Mo 82 Zi 50 0 03
St. Paul Vlinn 31 U 32
ban Francisco Cal 50 42 4 1 42
Srainrleld III 44 -2 44 0 20
Taeoma Wash 4 41
Tamrw Ha . K SS
Toledo Ohio 2 30 2S 0 01
Mcksbor: Miss "0 61
BIRTHS REPORTFD.
WHITE.
noward P and Mary C Wrenn hor
Charles T and Addle 8 Wriaht hoy
Joeeph and Lena Sherman boy
John F and Vlary A rerry tirl
Gtorst S. and Emily Merwin bny
Joseph F and Mabel Hester, girL
Jonu VT and Gertrude Greene boy
Mortimer and Brldset Dowd. sid.
Bamuel J and Irm& M Dennis, airl
Ezekiel and Esther Coppersmlui hoy
Gearse T and Annie M Brent, Ctrl
COLORED
John H and Jennie Brown, boy
TO fTTRE A COT.D TV OVE DAT
Taia LAXATIV E BROMO tjuinlnt Tablets Drni
ftists refund money If it falls ta cure, 1". V7.
CEOVtS ticratun la so cai Uu. Sc,
Abollinaris
M "THE QUEEN'OF TABLE WATERS"
Its pure Natural Carbonic Acid Gas
acts as a Gastric Stimulant and Tonic
and promotes the Digestion and Assimilation
of even. the Richest Food.
OTHERS TESTIFY
IN LETTER CASE
George F. Stump Testifies that
His Brother, a Witness,
Has Died.
WINKFIELD CONFUSED
Mooney, a Witneu, to Prore He Ha
Threes He It Now an
Editor, but
George F Stump of Etmhurbt, Iong
Island who explained to the Senate com
mitter that he was a brother of Charles
Stu-np, the joung in in who with 'Will
lam 'Wlnkfteld obtained and sold private
letters belonging to John D Archbold of
the Standard OH Compans was the prin
cipal witness jesterdav In the investiga
tion Into the theft and sale of the letters.
The witness who said he was connected
with the tnfile department of the Long
Island Railroad explaltcd thit his
brother was nly seventeen vears old
at the time of the thefL Ho stated, after
the hearing that his brother has dtea
and if there was itnj out-stlon about it
the mortuar) record of BrooklJ n would
be produced to prove it fatump told the
committee that the first Information he
hal of the fact that his ounger brother
had an part in the mattir was a tele
phone message from the late Frank P
Barstnw askli g him to come to K Broad
wa lie rescinded and was told that
his brother 4 harles was suspected
M suspicions had N en inuised b the
stvl In which m 1 rother had been Ilv
Ing said the witness He followed the
races and fcpent mone freel, md It was
ivster to me where he got It.
he witness told the committee that he
visited his brother 111 Last Inlrtv-flrst
Street and afier a I ng argument ol
tained two Anhlxild letters which Ms
brother still r. tained and was Using to
sell and also secured from him a full
written confession s gned 1 the lo
ind witnessed ly himself This he gave
to Mr Barstow
WinLflrlil (.rilled
William Winklleld the col red forn er
Pullman emplove wh 1 ailmlttr I on the
witness stind 1 uedaj that he had help
eel to ab-unct letters telegnms and
lrtlpr nress tKnks fri m Air Vrehholrl n
oltice nnd sold them made a lot of eon
tradictor statements jesterdaj He
eorrected his testlmon ndmlttlng he
was suffering from etage fright when
he testified Tui sd e He said h knew
of the theft onlv of two litters one
telegram and two copv ing books 1 es
terda he admitted that three batehes ot
letters were taken Other contradictions
of his testimon Tuesda were made M
the witness Merrill whos, nam whs
hrought to the heinng l W Inkflel I
b the statement that Merrill who wi
a mebcngcr 1 o In Jolm 1) VrchboM s
ofti e hid offered to turn over the letter
tile to Mumr and Winklleld to get a
copv of 1 telcgnm which later sold for
Jl fin has written isking to be cilll
as a witness He is now sccretarv ot
an t il companv
Mr Moones nm or the Hearst di
tors referred t In W inkflel I stite
ment las been identified lie is now
editor of u dail newspaper in the Muth
anl has expresel a willlngmss to a)
peir and tcstif full But will not sa
an thing in advame of his heirlng be
fore the e mmittee 1 he name if
Mooncv wis mentioned nlong with
1-ddj and I lelridgi is Hcir't editors
who earrled on negotiations for th
Archbold correspondence
PROVISION FOR COURT.
ccpls n
I cUslnti'
enilmrnt to
.- nm
The Senate v esterdav accepted the com
mlttee amendment to the legilatlve ex
ccutive and Judieial appropriation bill
penses of the Commerce Court from
March Z to June St. The vote was 33 to
ind was not along partv lines The
tiouse laued to mane provision lor tms
court and here was a disposition in the
Senate to sustain the House hut this
was overcome
After the disposal of the Commerce
Court amendment the fcenate made rapid
progress with the big bill nnd It seemed
as If it would pass v esterdav At the
last minute however Senator Martin of
irginli offereel an amendment to in
crease the salaries of the clerks of the
House Committee on Judieiarj This pro
voked lots of discussion and resulted In
a point of order which developed the
nbsence of a quorum The Semte ad
Journed to resume consideration of th"
bill to day.
WANTS.0LD HULK RAISED.
Representative- Moore sKa for n-
pmnriutiort in tsrrj oil "Work.
The United States frigate Philadelphia
the hulk of which has lain in the harbor
of Tripoli for more than 100 J ears will
be raised and stripped of such parts as
may be preserved as relics If a plan
started bv Representative J Hampton
Moore of Philadelphia Is carried through
Mr Moore jesterdaj introduced a bill
appropriating money for a preliminary
survey of the present resting place of
the old ship by the Navy Department
with a view to its being raised
The Philadelphia was the central figure
In one of the nation 8 heroic historical
events and the feat of her destruction
bj Corrmodore Stephen Decatur nnd a
few picked men following her capture by
Barbar pirates In the Mediterranean In
the early part ot the last centurj.
DEVril RECORD.
WHITE,
rtemard Money M jean, t.irflrld nop.
Cornelia F Jaeobson 03 Gort. lloap. Insane
Henry Morgan T to E St M
Sarah L. Little "i MS U St. nw
Ramie .N StcTtns 4. 33 Cedar St.. Taloma Park.
JnlU Hnirrrr 3S. Tuberculosis Roup.
garahJ Stewart. 7. 33 Md. Are sw
Edytba 31. Richardson 3 404 10th St. se
Margaret A Febrrr. 14 354 Bth St. nw
Etelm Srmgzuu, 4 montha, CDS 33d St. nw
Annie Brent. S hours 335 13th. StVse
COLORED
Simon Pollard, C2. H aod 3d Rtl. ne
James E. Janey. 40 Gort. Uoao. Inaane
Lnuu E. Denhan. 43. alley la rear 173) Pa. Are.
Flita R. Taylor U 1CS J2d St. nw
Jan Briscoe, , Fretdawn 1Io-r
A $675 SCHUBERT PLAYER
PIANO WILL BE THE
NEXT SPECIAL AWARD
Right nn tho heels of the presentation
of tho Conover Bab Grand Piano. The
Advocao announces another wonderful
special award In The Herald s 5,000
Contest
This time. It Is the famous Schubert
Plaver Piano, a tBi Instrument known
cv erywhere for Its perfect construction
and beautiful tone.
Tho Advocate has purchased this piano
from the Joseph Hall Chase Plana Com
panj, 1307 G Street Northwest, and 163
beventh Street Northwest, and will give
It to the person casting the most votes
In The Herald's contest between the
dates of January 16 nd February 1, 1911
As with former special awards, the
person casting the votes need not be a
contestant, though all votes must be cast
for some contestant This special com
petition Is open to all, and Involves ab
solutely no expense. Slmplj ask for
votes everywhere you make a purchase
and every time You are Invited to visit
the contest building. 7H Thirteenth Street
Northwest, and see for jourself the mag
nificent quality of the Schubert Plaver
llano Sine P m . Februar 1 Is the
closing hour for this special balloting
TAFTS PROPOSAL FAVORED.
Congrrsa Kxpectcil
to study I I
tpproie
c Coat.
President Taft s proposal thit the I nit
ed States Invite the powers to Join In the
ereatlou of an International commission
to study the caufes f the high cost of
l'ving with-a view to suggtstTns reme
dies probablv will be enacted Into law
before the adjournment of this Congress
Action was taken esterda b the
House Committee on I-orelgn Affairs
looking to the passage of the bulzer bill
Representatives urlty of Missachutetts
nnd Garner of T xas were instructed to
eeirfer with Pcprcentattve Henri of
Texas halnnin of the committee in
reles md to ropiest that a special rule
lw reportid provillng for the consldera
tl'in nf the Sulz.r bill
The plan for the creation of an inter
nal! nal c mmlssion to stud the cost of
living was LOiieelved bv Prof Irving
M-her of 11 irvanl I nlverslt who
trought It to tlis attent on of a scientific
lsxl that met in Washington a vear ago
flutters I nleui I lects OrTlcrrs
The Jourmmcii Bakers Beneficial
I nlon jesterdiy l te I the following
officers Wm It hrlsman. president.
Wm Ro"il r viee president John
-nnk recording m -r tirv John (,ros
Hart financial secrttirj and red II
-.rulze treasurer Trustees Carl Helnz
ninti I hlUpp Melcher Albert Miller
W m W assum and W m Drechser and
sergi ant at inns Chris Iiewenstcln
AVonlil lncrcnur Vnr to 4.. P. O.
Representative 4'arv of Wisconsin ves
lenlav introduced a hill nislng the rom
p nsatlon f liookbltidi rs printers and
I ressm 11 in the Oovrrnm. nt l"rlnting
Ofli
1 cents in hour
MARRLA.GE LICENSES.
I it J I n W ri II
li-airlT Malhmall 2i an.1 vlar lmai
'I Uh Wanrnt. n Va It Jaeiib A Norton.
W rt 11 lirr 21 of -lrtn V. and I th A
J) I rr
II
ltenjarnln l Nash 22.
Vladaun . Ilrnwn
is Iter IliiUrt Itrwcer
Inr saMti 27 anl olira M Onesty 20 bh
rf I I hiroiyl V a I ef James srovlh
Ma inre v U-, khan 2e and via Irf-IIn I inney
S It IVwul-i Vfa Lr..t
11 .1 V Hlis 10 anl I rrtnrfe VI arrenttr
2r llr Tl in. It Th mpssi
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HORLICK'S
The Original and Genuine
MALTED MILK
The Food-drink for All Ages.
I At restaurants, hotels, and fountains.
Delicious, invigorating and sustaining.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel vVithout it.
! A onick lunch prepared in a minute.
, Take no imitation. Just say "HORLluTi" j
1 Not In Any Milk Trust
SMALL'S is the Hardware
Store with the complete
stock and the little prices.
Small's Hardware Store, 713 7th St.N. W.
We Gl? Voles la Tna Herald a ROM OoUasa,
COMPLETE
FUNERALS,
$75
UP
Inrlndmg casket, outsUa as embalming,
ahrcud, oprnlnc of grase threa carrlagsa,
htant, Ac, &eJ Call or phona fa further
rarticulars.
W. W. DEAL & CO.,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERH.
818 II STREET NORTHEAST.
TELEPHONELINCOLN 3464
ChWIArTxArl
H FMOUS H
I Old Reserve I
Rye Whisky I
H SI 00 FULL QUART H
E 909 SEVENTH STREET M
Capital
Earned Surplus
We Offer
Every
subject to check.
Our Trust Deot. pfePar n
a is . y other kg1 docu
ments; Acts as Executor, Trustee, Guardian, Eeceiver, As
signee, Agent, &c.
Real Estate Dept. a"ends a11 details
r of property manage
ment, its corps of experienced men and complete equipment
insuring customers every advantage.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES for valuable pa
pers, jewels, etc., rented $3 per year upward.
Travelers' Checks and Letters of Credit
issued available everywhere.
OFFICERS:
John Joy Edson, President.
ElllS Spear, -vicc president.
John B I.arncr,
Ice President and General Counsel
Andrew Parker, vice president
A S Worthington,
J. J. Darlington,
DIRECTORS:
George A King,
U llllam King
Martin A. Knapp
Ji hn B Larner
Illiam A Mearns,
If D Mirick.
Watson J Newton
Theodore Nojes
ndrew Parker,
Arthur Peter,
Charles
William
John R
Ft Ballev
F Barker.
Carmodj,
Clapp.
John
Augustus Crane, Jr,
Joseph J Darlington.
John Joy Edson,
A V I- ox
John V Hamilton
John A Johnston
The Washington
Loan and Trust Co-,
Cor. 9th and F Sts. N. W.
in iTi
The Brilliant
Kalamazoo Light
Put It Up Complete.
You
Get Satisfactory Results.
It
Is Good (or Parlor, Dining-room,
or Stud.
Jun
Phone Us an Order Main 140.
C. A. MUDDIMAN
&C0.,
616 12th SI 1204 6 St.
VTe Gilt Votes in Herald a $25 000 Contest.
You're Invited to
Enter Our
Beauty Contest
Call and have a altting- Too
will be pleased with our hlgh
claas work
Tour picture will be entered In
the beauty contest. "Valuable
prizes to winners.
The Harvey Studio,
438 7th St. N. W.
Wt give rotea la The Herald
f23,000 contest.
tON'T FORGET
we are only too pleased to
have, you consult us If you
are In doubt as to the proper
Faint to use in your noma.
HODGKIN'S a-i'eSVtrSe?
We fc-lre Herald 135,000 contest rotea.
iv vijr
$1,000,000
$1,000,000
Depositors
Facility
for the satisfactory transaction
of banking1 business in all its
branches.
Our central location makes
tanking here convenient for
EVERY ONE.
Efficient officers and a strong
board of directors insure that
conservatism essential to sound
banking.
Those desirous of opening new
accounts or making a change in
their present banking connec
tions are invited to confer with
us.
INTEREST PAID on denosits
Harry G. Meem, Treasurer.
Bod Taj lor, Asst
Thomas Bradlej,
Real Estate Officer.
Frederick Eichelberper,
Trust Officer.
Advisor
Counsel.
Samuel r.. Phillips.
Joseph I Saks.
N H Shea
Ixuls P Shoemaker.
Thomas XV Smith.
Fills Spear,
t.eorge Truesdell.
R II 'Warner
Harver W 'Wile.
A. S 'W orthington.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
MR JOHN POOLFi rORilDtLT CASHIER OF
THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK -.
NOW LOCATED VT TUB TEMPORART QCAR
TERS OF THE FEDERAL NATIONAL BANK
IIOS O STREET. TELETRONE MAIN MIL
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
holders of the Hugh Rally Qanpany. Inc.. will
ha held at the oC3res r the company 133t tew
Trek ATtsrne on FEBRL vR r. 1KJ. at I
odovt p. m. JaWOt
LEWIS JOHNSON & COMPANT
Bankers announce the retirement ot
Mr Charles P Williams from the firm
and the admission of Mr Benjamin
Woodruff, effective January 15. 1913
VIWI SCIENCE Or HEALTH NATLRAI
nonsurgical 400 paga book free Arply hs mail 9 S
Colorado B dg Free lecuire for women VVednesdajs
at 2 JO p m. 2tX
YOU'LL SURELY LIKE
MILLER'S
Self-raising
Buckwheat
I the flavor of griddle
cakes made of MII,
I Elfs Self Raising
, Buckw heat They re
I different from cakes
made of ordinary buck
wheat Order a pack
age of Miller's to da
rer s. No Consumers Supplied.
XS"At Tour Grt
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO.
Waoltaalera. lltk aad it Sta. S. B.
DIED.
CHILDS On Wednesdav, Januarv Is
1913. at 1 p. m. nt his home In Wood
side. Md WM H CHILDS
I uneral service from his late .residence
at 2 p m., Saturday Januar 18. In
terment at Grace Church Cemeter
Woodslde Md (Baltimore papers
please copj)
DrMMICK On Wednesday, Januarv- Is
113. at 30 a in at the Cairo, in CI
Street. FLORENCE PV.LMER DIM
MICK beloved wife of Brta; Gen. Eu
gene D Dimmlck. U. S. A.
Funeral Friday. January 17 at 2 p m
from Gawlcr & Sons ChapeL 1T30
Pennslvanla Avenue Northwest
HALL On Sunday. January 12, 191J. in
Denver. Cola. FRANCIS RICHIE,
only son of Francis Richie and Mar
garet Lackey Hall.
Funeral from the residence, ot his
grandfather, James Lacke, 12U8 La
mont Street Northwest, at S a. m ,
Friday, January IT Requlam mass
at St. Patricks Church. 9 30 o clock
Burial at Mount Olivet Cemetery
SIMPSOV On January 13, 1913. at her
residence, runcora, cniDa, is l
AGNJS CLARE, beloved wife of
Frederick B Simpson, and daughter
of the late Carolan O B Bryant
Funeral from Gawler'a Undertaking
Parlors 1730 Pennsylvania Avenue
Northwest, Thursda, Januarj IS. at
2 o clock p m Interment In Rock
Creek Cemeter
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
GEORGE P. ZTJRHORST,
XL EAST CAPITOL ST.
EaUbDsbsd ISO. CHAJ. H. ZTJBBOS3T. Mgs.
J. WTLLIAJsT LEE. Fnneral Dlreeta
and Xmbahatr Lrrrry ta eonaectlon. Ooovnodlaas
Oupsl aad Modem Ormatorrom. II coast crkaa.
tn raonajlTaala Asa. aw. Ttkrahooa Uata Uai.
W. R. SPEARE,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AVD.EMBALMIB.
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON-. D. C
Phones Main St
FRANK A. SPEARE. Manaf n.
FUHFJtAT. DESIGNS.
FUNERAL FLOWERS
Ot Zttnr DesCTtDdon-Modarataly Prieal
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