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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1913.
420 to 430 7th St.
417 to 425 8th St.
$1.25 and $1.50
Silk in Remnants
2.O0Oyards of the season's newest
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most any color desired. Included In
the lot are 36-incli Colored Mes
calines, 36-inch Checked Taffetas.
36-Inch Striped Taffetas, and 36
Inch Black Teau de Sole. Taffetas
and Mescalines These
will be on sale liarrcnln
Table Mlk Section, at.
Remnants of Silk
Worth Up to 75c at
Included In this lot are silks
suitable for most anv purpose,
all mod lencilis check and
striped messalmes and taffetas
ina plain coiorea mfufla-
lines viius worm up tc
75c To-da. at
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J 909 SEVENTH STREET S
Aged Attorney, Business Man
and Writer Dies at Home
in the Capital
AILING FOR LONG TIME
For Thirty-fiTe Yean He Wai Promi
'nent in City as Public
Watson J. Newton, a well known busi
ihss man. promintntly identified with
campaigns for the cits 's betterment, died
ot mwn esterday at his home. 3309 Del
feld Place Northwest. Mr. Newton, who
vas slxt)-four viars old. had been In
falling health for some time
Born In Wlveliscombe. Somersetshire,
England. Maj 16, IMS. Mr. Newton came
to the United States at the ace of twe'n
t J ears, settling In Massachusetts,
where he married Miss Kllen J Black, in
1K73. He removed to Washington In 15T6
and had since resided here.
He was admitted to the liar of the Dis
trict Supreme Court In 1877, and
Inter tn the bar of the United
Mates Supreme Court, and was in the ac
Ue practice of law for thlrtv-flve jears.
lit formed an active partnership with
Miss Kmma M Gillett In the real estate
and Insurance business about twenty
years ngo Mr Newton was for many
j cars a member of the directorate of
the Washington I-oan and Trust Porn
inn and was for six ears president
of the District Title Insurance Com
ian He was president of the Realty
Arpraisal and Title Company since Its
organization In 1SS9 He was one of the
organizers of the Lincoln National Bank,
and served on its directorate for many
Mr Newton was aio Interested In in
surance matters, was one of the or
ganizers i't the Commercial Fire Insur
ance Companv, and was one of the or
ganizers of the Grand Fraternitv, a fra
ternal organization, built from lus ex
perience witn ether organizations of
which he was a member, and the flrEt
of such to hae a protective reserve,
and which Is now a flourishing institu
tion having its headquarters in Phila
delphia I'ulillc-M.lrKrrt Man.
Mr Newton took an active interest
In matters relating to the betterment of
Washington lie organized the law
fcchool of the National UnlverMtv, soon
after cuming to Washington, and later
organized the medical department He
was a member of the board of regents
cf this institution for men) years. Mr
Newton was a!o one of the Incopora
tors of the Washington College of Law,
organized primarily for women
He took an active Interest in Improving
al'ey conditions and drafted a short and
sharp bill, which, with the assistance of
Joseph Hall, was passed by Congress
The hill prohibits the building of houses
in allejs less than thirty feet wide
Twenty years later Jacob Rils made an
examination of alley conditions for
President Roosevelt, and congratulated
the municipality upon this wise measure
passed so many years ago He was a
member of the board of directors of the
Washington Board of Trade for nine
ears, and while chairman of the insur
ance committee, the board of Insurance
if the District was organized.
Mr. Newton was a member of the
B French Lodge. No 16. F A A. M..
and also the George Washington Chapter
of the Raja Arch Masons He and his
family attended the Unitarian Church,
and he helped build the Universalis
Church He was a writer of note, some
of his books having been a novel. "Cupid
and Creeds. ' a play "Brambleton Fair,"
and many patriotic songs
He leaves a widow, Mrs Ellen J
Newton, two daughters. Misses Cath
erine A and Ellen E. Newton, two sons.
A P Newton, of Buffalo. N . . and
Watson P Newton, of this cltj A
rephew. George P Newton, also resides
tn this city
The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock
taturdav afternoon at the family resi
dence. Sr Delafleld Place Northwest.
O fi IVpt. r Aprieulture Weather Boreaa
UiJiimvn. n C Jan 1 WO-I p m.
AlthmcU irrteure ll rUins in the far Wmt, it
mnatn low mi tUe north cm and aa orsh
from thia deprrftscn hae moved raptdlj eastward to
r-outhern Minrtevrta i a cciwtjuence. ceneral
nnoi bare fallen in tbe cmuml al!e?a. the. Southern
Inrer Lae and th Iower lax. resion Southern
New England, and the Middle Atlanuo Slates.
There were alro local ralna in the Southwest, loral
nn ui the Northwest and th Plateau States, and
ceneral raws in th. ranfle sutea.
Ttie wind, along th. New Lnjcland cvaat wCl l
mrdraLe variable hrvnmms htmixh itn Ih. Middta
Atlantic crat moderate to brisk anuth and south
K on the South Mlantic and Lat (Qlf ruaats
moiierate south and southwest, on th. West Golf
exsl moderate south, on Lax. Micrucan brb
south, shutln to northwest.
Vlidntht C:Hm.:li m.. . 1 1 a. U,
la m il 10 a. m.. . U noon, 49. 5 p. tn., J3,
l m S5. C p m . S3; S p. m.. 51 UicheM, 56.
Relative. humiditjS a m . 90, 2 T m.. 60. I
P m., n Kalnfall (t p. m to p. m.l 0 3.
llour of auruhme. "". Ter cent of posiuble aun
Trmperaturs same date last year Highest, 19.
Temperatures In Other Cities.
Temperatures In other cities, together with tha
amount of rainfall for the twenty-tour hours ended at
t p. m. jeatercar, art aa follows:
Max. &lin. I p, m. falL
Akhenlle. N C C S M
Atlanta, V.a M 40
Atlantic Citr. N J 52 41 46 0 Is
Bismarck. N Daa. IJ 10 Z ..
Boston. Mass. 50 4H
Buffalo. N V 45 3 4t
Chicago. 10. XI K 31
Cincinnati. Ohio M 41 EA OT
Chejenne t)o . 40 2fi 3)
DaTcnport. Iowa 54 40 SZ ..
Denrer Colo 41 3 3
Pes Motaes. Iowm. 53 3ft
Ouluth Minn 34 11 34
GalTevton Tex...... C W 60
Helena, Mont. -4 2 0 04
Indianapolis Ind 52 40 52 0 51
Jteksonrille. Fla. 72 52 C
Kansas CUT. Mo 60 44 68 0 01
little. Itodc. Ark 63 56 63
Lm Angela Cal 54 46 33 0.S
Marquette. Mich 2 .10 34
Memphis. Tenn 60 54 60
he Orleans. la. 68 54 63
New Yrrk Jf Y 43 IS 44 0 14
North Platte Nebr I .
Omaha, Nebr. 91 34 4
hiladelphia I'a. 50 Z 41 " 35
rnisburg. ra. si 4: o a
IVxtland. Me I) II II
Portland. Orcg 42 16 3 0 43
Salt Lake CUT. Utah.... 3S 31 36 0 02
St. liouis. Mo SB 50 56 0.14
San Franeisco Cal 53 44 46 0 41
Springfield III 5 43 53 0 43
Taooma, Wash 36 . 34 0 22
Tampa. Ha 75 56 70
Toledo. Ohio 50 38 48 0J1
WlVw H Agar 60 rears. 1022 17th St. nw.
France. Bennett. 60, Emergency Hospital.
Gertrude H. Adler, 60. 3CS I St. nw.
Esther Henderson. CI. 496 H SL aw.
Florence It. Demmlck. 63. the Calm.
Joseph P. Bjrne, 10. 631 Md. Ate. ne.
Mar B, Keys, 3. 451 M 8t- nw.
George Hmslry. 36 Tears. S1SS Snows Court mr.
Joseph Winston, a, L'nion Station.
Elizabeth Edelin. 60, Washington Asylum Hoapt.
Jo"ephlne Battle. 60. Washington Asylum Hosntal.
George Locker, ICO. 1 Snows Court BV.
Washington Johnson. SO. Washington Asylum Uos,
Joseph E. Dongtas. 20, US 8. C. Are. se.
FlorrtU Bell, t memtia, ait E St.sar
CAIXED BY DEATH.
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WANTS $36,000 TO BRING
CONVENTIONS TO CITY
Joint Committee of Three Commercial
Organizations Plans to Raise
Fund for Purpose.
Rcprcsentatires of the Chamber of
Comtnerie, Board of Trade, and Retail
Merchants' Association met last night in
the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce
and decided to Inaugurate immediately
an active campaign to raise R fund ot
C6.0"0 to be expended in bringfng con
ventions to this city during the next
John Dolph was elected chalrmin of
the joint committee of the three organ
izations, and Thomas Grant secretary
Chairman Dolph was authorized to a
point a committee of six. two representa
tives from each organization, to perfect
plans fur raising the fund The personnel
of the committee will In? announced
A letter setting forth the benefits to the
city of the conventions held here during
tho last four jears and po'ntng out the
adv.mtages of having j ruItkii'M fund
to obtain other convention- will be mailed
to every business house In tho District
Those present at the meeting last night
were Representing the Ret ill Merchants'
Association. II 1. Kaufman, Sidney
West. Claude Miller, and N A Lees",
repre-entlng the Board of Trade. Chris
GocKeler. Frank Gibson, and CoL George
F Schutt. and representing the Chamlx-r
of Commerce. John Dolph. D J Caili
han. Hugh Harvev. Albert Schultels, mil
W T. Galliher
SUBJECT OF LECTURE
Miss Rodman, of New York, Talks to
Teachers and School
At the Franklin School vcslerdav after
noon a large company of graded school
principals, high school principals and
teachers, and officials of the lioard of
education and of several educational In
stitutions of the citv, gathered on In
vitation of Superintendent Davidson to
hear an address on "Vocational Guidance
of outh," by Miss Rodman, of trc fac-
ultv of the Vadleiah High Schoid for
Girls. New York Citv Mis Rodman,
who has been chairman of the provision
al organization of the Association for
Voeational Guidance, started in New
York last fall, related her experience as
a teacher in pioneering with a large
group of girls in new methods of aiding
In the choosing of occupations
Tracing the growth of the idea of vo
cational guidance of vouth .is suggested
origlnallj bj Prof Frank Farsons and
his Boston colaborators. the past five
jears. Miss Rodman declared, have seen
a remarkable awakening in some of the
large cities leaders in the movement
have been pooling their findings in a
more orderlv tta ol late, and Miss Rod
man epitomized the rcsultc. as she has
observed them "This whole movement."
she detlared. 'is an effort to stop eco
nomic loss a movement for the conser
vation of natural abilit. It involves an
accurate knowledge of conditions In ths
industries, with a survey of tho various
occupations It calls for a reshaping of
school programmes to fit the occupational
needs and for an adequate scientific
study bv qualified people of the occupa
tional conditions of to-da "
Following tha lecture Dr Davidson,
Miss Edith Westcott. principal of West
ern High School, George F. Bowerman,
of the Public Library, Mjron Jermaln
Jones, director of education In the Young
M-n's Christian Association. Principal
Frank Daniel, of the McKlnley Manual
Training fcchool. and Principal Allan
Davis, of the Business High School, spoke
briefly, indicating how their institutions
were co-operating here In Washington
in the general movement for vocational
training and aiding in the choice ot a
BAND CONCERT TO-DAY.
By Lnltdl Staloa fruldiera' Home Band.
John h. M Zunmcnnann, director. Stanley
Hall. 3 JO o dock. ITogranime:
March. Tho Two Eagles ' Bohm
OTerture, "Aroldo' ., erui
I'arathrase, "The Meledie In K," Itublnstein
Selection. "The Hose of Castile" Haifa
An Amencan sletco, "On the Saanee
Excerpts from "The haugbtj Marietta"
Waltz suite, Tales from the lenna
"The Star Spangled Banner."
Warren M. Cooler. 21, and Bertie V. Lisker. 21.
both of llanisonburg, Va. Iter. James 8. Mont-
James M. GandiU. 31. of Letcher, Kt and Beulan
E. Buuell. a Her. W. I. McKenney.
Murray C RafTel, 27. and Bertha Abramson, 21.
Rer tl. SJrentone
Burton II St. John. 24, and Ethel G. Carter. 24.
Iter. Edward (1 Gallaher.
Samuel Baruch. S, and Ella D. Price. 21. Err.
Joseph Weiss, 22. and Mary 8. Peebles, 18. both of
Lynchburg. Vs. Rer. Earle Wilier
Ernest I" Campbell. 34. and Ella G. Camp. 22.
both of Caroline County, Va. Rer. James 8. Most
John 31. Eraru, S3, and Josie M. Seals, 21. both of
Caroline County, Va. Iter. James 8. Montgomery.
O. H. Ward. 48. and Mary Hurley. 40.
Isaaa Bynl. 30. and Mary N'orrls, 24.
H. Dtgrs. 21. and Haiti Stoma. 13.
T. Johnson, a. and Peart B. Fleet, 24.
N. Perry, 24, and Sadie Edmonston. 26.
A. B. Steward, 22, and Olire V. Grimes, a.
For Disordered- Stomach
HOfTs Lemon Relrllitz Is thi. cm.fn.
thing In tha world. It Is prescribed "by
physicians everywber. and for sal by
all tlruscixta. -
COST OF PAGEANT
Committee of the Suffragists
Makes Estimate of Money
to Be Expended.
BLANKENBURG TO COME
Suffrage "Specials" to Bring Marchers
Here From All Orer
Thirty thousand dollars will be the
cost ot producing the wonderful suf
frage pageant here March 3, according
to an estimate, regarded final, by the
committee in charge of its preparation.
Nearly all of this large sum will 1 ex
pended among the merchants of Wash
ingtos, the suffragist leaders say.
Eventually the Item of expense may
To meet the great expense connected
with their work many sources are to
be called upon. Liberal contributions
have been promised b suffrage organiza
tions scattered In all parts ot the coun
try Wealthy Individuals, who faver the
suffrage movement, have asked for In
formation as to the amount the women
will need in staging their great dis
play. For the purpose of answering
these inquiries, work upon the estimates
of cost has engaged the steady appli
cation of the pageant committee through
out working hours of the last few davs.
Mnyor lllnukenljuryg Contlnn;.
Mavor Blankcnburg. ardent suffrage
supporter, and widely famed among "re
form Mayorsf' us the great renovator
of equally famed Philadelphia affairs,
has written to tho suffrage workers that
he will lead the Philadelphia contingent
In the pageant. Both he and Mrs.
Blankcnburg will come with a company
of their friends upon the Philadelphia
'suffrage special" to 'participate.
Another "suffrage special" will bring
MIb Ruth Verlenden with a full delega
tion of Swarfhmore girls, who are to
march in the college woman's brigade. A
"suftrapte special." with eight large State
do'cgatlons. under the leadership of Mrs
William Klllcott, will come from Balti
more Representative Richmond Pearson
Hobson will lead the District men. and
he expects tn have one of the largest
contingents in the line
Bcttina Adams Miller, the famous little
vlatrix. announced her Intention es-
terday by telegTaph, of bringing greet
ings from "The World" In her aeroplane
en the day of the pageant As she ilellv-
rs her message and sars again into the
lr. the signal for the start of the pro
cession will be given She will sweep
up the course of the pageant, deliver her
isige to Ubertv, one of the group on
Treasury steps, then disappear Into
esT lurk Writers to March.
Oswald Garrison Villard. associate edi
tor of the New York Evening Post, has
written that he will murch In the pag
eant, and will lead a large party of
writers from tho Lmplre State
Meetings to create interest in their
event are being held by tho suffrage
leaTjers all over the District. Miss
Florence Etheridge, president of the
State Suffrage Association of the Dis
trict, has been devoting the greater part
of her time toward making the part the
District women will take in the great
pageant one of Its most prominent fea
tures Miss Alice Jenkins, daughter of
dmiral Jenkins. M!w Elsie Hill. Mrs
Jennie Monroe, and Mrs Allender are
spreading interest In the event through
out the homes in the District
Under the able leadership of Mrs Les
lie Stret a large company of visiting
Australian women, wumen who have
been long seasoned to the ballot In their
home eountry. Is beinjr rccrulteel Thev
will march in trig khaki costumes, lrK-cln.-,
and rakl.-h, wide-brimmed soft
The West will have Its own local at
mosphere In the section of the pageant,
which is to be composed of "Oklahoma
suffragists ' They have ordered from
their State mounts to bo used in the
New names upon the advisory com
mittee announced jesterday aro Repre
sentative Richmond P Hobson, Repre
sentatl.e and Mrs. Edward Taylor, of
Colorado, Senator Perkv of Idaho,
and his sister. Dr. Ionora Perky Web
ster, who has also accepted the vice
chairmanship upon the physicians' com
mittee. MORE COMPLAINTS.
Chevy Chase Citizens Not atlfled
with Car Service.
The Connecticut Avenue Citizens' As
sociation, through Its agents. Dr C. W.
A Vedltz and Jesse Crawford, yester
day died formal complaint with the In
terstate Commerce Commission against
the so-called "interloping" short haul
passengers, who get on the Chevy Chase
cars at the Treasury and discommode the
through haul passengers.
The brief states that to the short haul
passengers a one minute and a halt
service is available on Fourteenth Street
and a. three-minute service on U Street.
With such service at their command it
Is argued that the short haul passengers
have no business on the Chevy Chase
cars, "which are Intended primarily for
the use of persons riding beyond the
The Chevy Chase Circle men who pre
cipitated the tight by filing a peUtion with
the Interstate Commerce Commission,
will file their brief to-day and renew
their request for "express service" all the
way from the circle to the Treasury De
partment, cutting out the Cleveland
Park and Woodley Park residents. They
ask that four express trains In rush
hours be arranged.
FIVE BANQUETS IN TWO DAYS.
With five banquets scheduled for two
nights a record for tha Chief Executive
of the nation President Taft will leave
Washington this afternoon for a four
day visit to Philadelphia, New Tork, and
The President will attend the banquets
'of the Clover Club, the Poor Richard
Club, and the Pennsylvania Medical So
ciety at the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel in
Philadelphia to-night, reaching New
Tork to-morrow afternoon. There
will speak at the dinner in honor of
former President white, of Cornell Uni
versify, and at the Ohio Society banquet
at the Waldorf to-morrow evening. Sun
day he will attend tho general confer
ence of the B'nal B'rith, and will Journey
to New Haven on Monday to attend
the meeUmj of the Yale Corporation, re
turning to Washington Tuesday morn
ing. CASTOR I A.
For Infanta and Cliildren.
TTis Kind Yod Have Always Benight
-V NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR TO THE UNITED STATES THEAUKr ft-'
Special Banking Facilities
Wc arc particularly well equipped to handle ladies'
personal or business banking accounts.
We have placed every convenience at their disposal.
Their department is distinctively separate from the coun
ters where the regular business of the bank is transacted,
so they can attend to their banking without interruption
A special room, fitted with every convenience, near
the entrance of the bank, is provided. We supply at
tractive leather-covered check books and pay all checks
in clean notes and coin.
Besides the courteous and careful attention of the
c,crks in this department, ladies may at any time call
upon the officers of the company on any banking or in
Wc pay two per cent per annum, credited twice a
year, on all deposit accounts.
Charles J. Bell President
Henry V. Blount Vice President
Corcoran Thorn "...Vice President
Howard S. Reeside Vice President
James F. Hood Secretary
Charles K. Howe Treasurer
lfrcd B. Lect Assistant Trust Officer
David X. Houston Assistant Trust Officer
John G. Holden Auditor
W. W. Keck Assistant Treasurer
James E. Fitch
William J Flather
Henry H. Klather
James M Green
John S. Larcomhe
John R. McLean
Edward B McLean
Milton K. Alles
Charles J Bell
Henry F. Blount
Samuel S Burdett
Murray A Cobb
William M Coatcs
tT.l!U. Crncr JflfittnS) iprii6mttft 2ewxe
C&pposile tfeuttia -Slatted Srtnaui-g
Ilward K. and Henrietta F Baker girl.
Henry ami Vnne F Fox I
Harry II and Mary E. Clark lrr
Juliirs 11 and Maggie nHer mrl
niiie and Jennie Llghtf girt
IVs-ar K. and Helen lanlm girt.
Fella and Mary Falehetla girt.
William K. and Irene Funitirey hoy
Ray T. and Cora E. Jenkln" lr
Mward E. and Era V Sima. hT.
LJsin M and Nanrie C Masters, girl
Andrew J and Elisabeth F Baldwin, girl
Iiois and ailire Triantajlo. boy.
Krederte J and EstelVa h. Richardson, gui.
Charles and Beatrice Brent twlrs girl and boy.
Benjamin and Laura William., girl,
"The Truth Shall
Make You Free"
This remarkable scriptural cita
tion on the front of be Union
Station Trill be uses! by Pavator
Rnaaell for hi. third lecture
tnt Sunday afternoon.
All Are Invited.
Seat. Free. No Collection.
New York Ave. and 13th St.
No Storage Charges fori
Reasonable rate, on .torasre, h.nllnar,
and packing;. Estimate. lurnlaneu. Ex
UNION STORAGE CO.,
OFFICE OF Tl(t COMMISSIONERS OF TlTfe
District of Colurota.v, Washington, January U.
191X-Bealed reoroeabi will be raceired at this
office until Z o'dork p. ra.. January SI, UU, for
furnishing and deUrerlng 100,000 gallons, or more.
of Emulalfiabla Iloasl Oil. for us. In th. Surface
Division, this city. Specifications and form of pro
posal may be obtained from the Purchasing Officer,
n. a cono ii. nuDOLrn. joun a. john-
8TON'. WILLIAM V. Jl'DSON, Comml-alonen,
D. a Jali.U.W.lT.lJJD
OFFICE OF THB COMMISSI O.VEK8. D. a,
January II. Mil Scaled proroaala will be r
ceired at this office until 3 o'dodt p. m.. JAN
UARY 27, UU. for grading certain aweta, aggre
gating about IT.an cubta yards. Blank forms of
troDosal and SDedneatlons. and all necessary in
formation may be obtained from the Chief Clerk.
Engineer Department, Room VS. District Building.
waantngtanrr'. CL CUM i. uuluiu'ii. jun.t
A. JOHNSTON, and WILLIAM V. JUDSON.
Cbmmjasiooecs, D. a JaH,t.,18,U,l-J0
aaaaaaaaaaaaV lT ansaal
Clarence F. Norment
Frank B. Nov es
My ron M. Parker
Albert M Read
Howard S. Reeside
Frank A. Vanderlip
John F. Wilklns
$5, $5.50, & $6
Made of extra strong leather,
cloth-lined and steel frames.
In Slack, Brown, and Russet
Leathers, Leather Lined.
Very Great Values,
$5.00 to $7.50
Wc do repairing of Trunks,
Suit Cases, and Hand Bags.
1219 F Street
Phone Main 4406
Bring- back replies because each
order receives the same personal
mention. Irrespective of size.
You will find our letters free
from dark, edges, broken type,
typographical errors, 4c.
You can safetly Intrust Impor
tant form letters to ui. belnfr as
sured that they will bo carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2.000 UTTERS, $4.0
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
607 15th Street N.W.
Second Floor Over Ford A Gra
ham Dairy I.unch, Opposite
U. S. Treasury.
Phone Mala 7300.
Palmer's Soft Drinks
Are pure, ipwklinr;, and healtifuL All
PURE APPLE CIDER
In 2, 3, 5, and 10-galloa kegs.
S. C. Palmer & Co.
IISIWiscmiriAv.. W. IM
We Blv. Herald fasuVSOO coatert -rote.
IN THE MATTEB
WASHINGTON AMERICAN LEAGUE BASE
We. the president and a majority of the board of
trustees of the Waaoiogtoa Americaa League Base
ball Club, hereby certify that the amount ot the
capital stock fixed by the charter of th naahliue
toa American League Baseball Club la two hundred
thousand dollars (COO.OX), whkb sura is fully paid
in, and th oqtatanding debts amount to ahout an.
rnty-acren thousand eight nnadred dollars (!7T,ax.
Benjamin B. Minor, president: Edward J. Walsh.
Clark Griffith, W. H Kapler. Itadolpb. Kaufmans.
Thornton Cheater, and J, Miller Kenyoa.
Diatrirt. of Columbia, to wit:
I. BENJAMIN H MINOR. PresMert of the
Washington American League Baseball Qub. do de
pose and upon oath say that the matters and
things slated in the forexoinc atatemrnt signed by
ma and a majority of tha board of trustees of tha
Washington Americaa League Baseball Club are
true, to the beat of my anowlrdge. information, and
belief. BENJAMIN 8. MESOR. I-resldent.
Subscribed and awora to before ma tola ISth day
of January, A. D. Bll NEENAH LAUB.
ISeai) Notary Public. D. C
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
holders of tha Washington Hallway and Eleetna
Company, for the purpose of elacttng . Board of
Directors to sena for tha ensuing year and to trans
act such other bustneea as may properly come befara
tha meeting, will bs held at tha office of th com
pany. Fourteenth and East Capitol Streets, Wash
ington. D. a. on SATURDAY. January IS. 13U. at
B o'clock noon. S. R. BOWEN. Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETINO OF THE 8TOCK
holdera of the Anaouatia and Potmae Riser Rail
road Company, for tb purpose of electing a Board
of Directora to arrre fr the ensuing year and to
transact auch other busuM as may properly eras
before th masting, will he beM at th office of th
mrnpasy. rourtaanth and East Capitol Streets.
Washington. D. C. en 8ATCRDAY. Jsnusry it,
1SU. at K o'clock noon. 8. R. BOWEN. Secretary.
THB ANNUAL MEl.TI.Ntl OF THE STOCK
holders of th Georgetown and Tamallytown Rail
way Compacy. for th yurensa of electing a Board
of Director to serr foe th ensuing year and to
transact r-h other easiness a may properly com
beta th meeting, will b. held at th offlos of th
Iksnrany. Fourteenth and East Capitol Streets,
Wathlngton. D C on SATCRDkT. January 13.
MB. at 12 o'clock noon. S. R. BOWEN. Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
hollers of the City and Suburban Railway of Wish
Ington. for th purpose cf electing a Board of Direc
tors to serr for th ensuing year and to transact
such ether bosmees sa may proreely ersn before tb
meeting, will be held at th office of th company.
Fourteenth and East Capitol Streeta. Waaaxgton
D. a. on SATURDAY. January W, MB, at LI
o'deck noon. S. R. BOWEN. Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE 8TOCK
holders of th Brigatwond Railway Company, foe
the purpose of electing a Bosrd of Directors to aerre
f"r th ccauicz year and to transact auch other oust
nen. as may proieaiy curse before th meeting, will
he held at the office of the crsnpany. Fourteenth aafl
East Capitol Streets. Washington, D C. on SA
t'RDAY. January U. MS. at 13 o clock imsi a R.
POWE.V. Secretary. Jas.lu.13.li.lf
THE ANNCAL ML.ETI.MS OF THE BTOCK
holders of th IVvtonue Electric Power Company.
fT the ptirpos of electing a Board of Directors fnr
tb ensuing year and to tracaart auch other buslnf-.
as may rroprlr com before th meeting, win b
held at th orire of the company. Fourteenth and
Eaat Capitol Streets, Waahington. D. C. on SAT
LKDAT January VS. 1313. at 12 o'clock noon. S. R.
BOWEV. Seeretary JaJ.WJJ.lJ.il
THE 1W1ULAR QUARTERLY MEETING-
winch is also the -""' meeting of the Rochdale
rkvopsrarjTe Society, will be held on TUESIMi
evening. January 3. 1X3, at 730 o'clock, in Fred A
Beockway a Hall, ne onrrer of 7th and U Kta,
I'AUL F GROVE. Secretary
OFFICE OF THE W 1HIM:TON G vS LIGHT
Washington. D C , Jan. IS. 1113
The ."tit-iT meeting cf the shareholders of the
Washington Gaa Light Company for the election nf
directora and for such other business aa may pror
eriy com hefor said meeting will be held at the
office of the enmpany. No 413-417 loth St, nw
MONDvY, February 3. ISO. at 13 o'clock sm
Tho IjoIIs will be oien from 12 o'clock noon to '
o'clock p. m.
WILI.IM B ORME Secretary
IHk. A.NNLAL Mi-ETINll OF IHL sIVM-K
holders cf th Hugh Reilly Oanpany. Inc.. will
be held at th c5ces of th company Id New
York Asenue, on 1EBRUARV 17. 1313. at I
o'clock p. ra jalMt
LEWIS JOHNSON & COMPANY
Bankers, announce the retirement of
Mr. Charles P 'Williams from the firm
and the admission of Mr. uenjaratn
Woodruff, effective January 15. 191S
VIAM SCIENCE OF HEALTH NATURaL.
nonsurgical: 403-paga book fre. Apply tv mail til
Colorado Bldg. Free lector for wobam Wednesdays
at 2J0 p. m. SeHf
THE FIRST TRIAL
MILLFR'S Iff SIILLER'3 Sertiste; Bark
Ss5lfr2ISin? iut nude no cuitAke in crdrrin;
Dti.lVui'rsi4l Iil- Tfc hwt ind moeit txncmicil
DUCRWllCai lTjrkwtet c Xht mirk.
C3" At jemr cTOocr s. No coMijaeri supM.
a B. EARNSHAW & BRO.
Waalesalers. 11th aad 3f Sta. S. C
SUl'REVLE COLRT OF THE DISTRICT OF rl
lumbu, hakhcg Probata Court. N'a W0. drain
lstration. This is to give notice that the auwenher.
of th State of Fermsylrania, has obtained from t
rrobata Court of the District of Columbia letters
testamentary on th estate of France A. Suddards,
late of th District of Oolumtsa. deceased. All prr
sons harleg claims against th deeeaeed are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with tho voucher
thereof, legally authenticated, to th aubsenher on ee
befor th TTH DAT OF JANUARY. A. D. 1J14.
otherwiso they may by law be excluded from all bene
fit of said estate. Given under my hand this 7th day
of January, 1313. JOUV HENRY DIEHL. Ill Snnth
Fifth Street. Reading. Penn. Attest (Seal.1 JAMES
TANNER. Regiater of Wills for th District cw Ov
hanbla. Clerk of th Pmbat Court. ROBERT iv
UCME and STErHEN JL MEREDITH, Attorneys.
SLPREMl. tX)URT OF THE DIkTRICT OF CO
lumhia. holding ITohat Court. Nov 1XSJ. Admin
Lstratlon. This is to give notice that th sub-enber.
tf the District of Columbia, has obtained fwen the
Prorate Court of tb District of Columbia, letter of
administratinn on the neat of John F. Waijawt.
late of th District ef Columrsa. deceased. All per
sons having claims against th deceased are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with th vonchers
thereof, legallT anthenticalod. to th subsmber. rsi
er before th STH DY OF JANUARY. A n Ml
otherwise they may b law 1 excluded) from all bree
flt of saU estate Given under my t'and this tth day
cf January 1913. 1D H WATSON". Raleigh Street.
Congres Heights. Attest ISeaJL): JAMES TIN
NER. Register of WTOs for th District of Columbia.
3erk of the rrohsle Osrrt. DANIEL W O DONO
GBUB and JOHN II. ZABELL. Attomeya.
AGAR On Wednesday. January 15. Ml.
at t 30 a rru, vv ij-ci.i is .aiv.aji. win
of the late James B. and Susan i
Funeral on Friday mornlnc. January
17. at II o'clock from 1CC3 Serenteenth
NEWTON On Thursday, January 1.
1913, at ujj p. in., ai ins Homo. iv
nelafleld Place. WATSON J NEW
TON, beloved husband of Ellen J
Newton, in the sixty-fifth year of his
Funeral at his late residence. Satur
day, January IS. at S o'clock p. m
THni Invited Interment nrivate.
THUlfMEIy-On Wednesday, January 1
ivjj. on uujsru, o. o. s jiuciiiuiiu ra
route San Francisco to Honolulu.
Mrs. EDITH HEPBURN THUMS1EU
wife of Warren F. Thummel, of Gar
den City. Long Island, and daughter
of Hon. w P. and Mrs. Hepburn, of
1124 East Capitol Street.
WIMSATT On Thursday, January 1.
1913, EMMA ISABEL, beloved daugh
ter of William A. and Josephine
Funeral notice hereafter.
GE0BGE P. ZTOH0RST,
SO EAST CAPITOL ST.
rjjtataxocd urg. cbab. a. xuehobst. mq.
J. WILLIAjH jLEIS. Funeral Direct
and Eabatoer. Lrrery tn connecUon. Coauxodjoa
Caarjal aad Uodera tsTjialortran. Uodsst rJrieajk
(8 Psajjaayhui Ave. nw. TelarjhoB Main las.
W. R. SPEARE.
rUKERAL DIRECTOR AND XMBALME.
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Phones Main S
rRANK A. SPEARE. Manasr.
Ot rvary Daaoirjtion-ModeTltaty FrletaV