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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SATURDAY. JANUARY 18. 1913.
' - IN THE KENYON BILL
Xutiienj Who Ask for Injunction Must
Pay the Court Costs if
The Kenjon "red light" bill, which
providea a permanent Injunction against
the use of houses In the District for dis
reputable purposes, was passed In the
Senate yesterday without discussion and
The measure now roes to the House,
where it will be referred to the District
Committee. The committee already has
on Its calendar the same bill. Introduced
by Representative Prouty of Ioa.
N'o action will result from the bills
at this session so far as the House Dis
trict Committee is concerned. There is
nothing In the present situation, so far
i rs District legislation is concerned, to
Indicate that, tho House District Com
mittee will transact any great amount
of business before March 4. when the
life of the present Congress expires
By the terms of the bill whoeier main
tains or re-leases a house of Ill-fame Is
jruilty of maintaining a nuisance Citi
zens are permitted to ask for permanent
Injunctions against anj such places, and.
having brought the suit, the citizen is
compelled to push It through. If the
"Ncourt decides that there Is no reasonable
ground for the suit, the costs are to be
assessed against the citizen bringing the
For iolstions of the injunction a per
son may be punished for contempt of
court b a fine of not less than 1200 nor
more than Jl 001. or by Imprisonment in
the District Jail for not less than three
nor more than six months, or by both
fine and Imprisonment.
Whenever a iermanent injunction Is is
sued after i criminal prosecution, the sale
of the propert and its closing for any
use for a vear is to be ordered bj the
court The owner however, ma (lie a
terms of the Injunction and thus have the I
propertv released W hen a permanent
Injunction Is issued against a piece of
property, a tax of 1301 is to he assessed
against the properts. to he paid within
An amendment recommended bv the
Senate District Committee and adopted
j esterdaj bv the Senate w ould enable the
" ITnited States attorne or other attorney
representing the prosecution to grant
Immunity to anv witness called to testify
In behalf of the prosecution
Congress in Brief.
After a two hours' executive s
the Senate adjourned csterday without
having confirmed an additional Taft
nominations for Federal offices Senator
Martin of Virginia, led the Democratic
light against the nominations
' t the open session the omnibus claims
bill appropriating FXttOCO to individuals
having claims against the government,
A resolution was pissed authorizing
Mtornev General Wlckersham to investi
gate the alleged misconduct of the Indian
Offi e in managing the affairs of the
t'r w Indians In Montana
Tho credentials of Senator-elect Bur
leigh of Maine and Senator-elect Weeks
of Massachusetts, were presented
Senator Hoke Smith of Georgia, pre
entelsented a bill providing for agri
cult iral educational aid bv the govern
ment This bill has passed the House
The flapp committee continued its
hearings as to the manner in which the
Archbold letters were abstracted from
t in Standift-d Oil files
The rubllc Buildings and Grounds Com
mitter favorablx reported public build
incs bills aggregating more than Rflo.COO
Uer i seven-hour filibuster the House
adopted the conference report on the
Burnett immigration bill During the
filibuster s x points of no quorum were
made and as many roll calls were had
After the House had demanded the
previous question on the conference re
port bj a vote of 167 to TT. and during
the fortv minutes debate whhli follow
ed under the rules Representative Sabath
of Illinois made the sixth point of no
quorum and kept the House long past
the usual hour for adjournment The
filibuster against the conference report
was lead by Representatives Mann of
Illinois. Moore of Pennsvlvania, Hamill
of New Jersey and fcabath of Illinois
The III buster was a nonpartisan affair
and was conducted mainlv bv members
from citv districts which contain a large
element of foreign population
The chief objection to the Burnett bill
on tile part of its opponents is the II
literaev test wh'ch excludes from Ameri
can ports anv alien unable to read his
cwn or tome other language The bill
.was bitter j fought when it originally
pased t f House, and the conference
OCCASION FOR ECONOMY
Our Clearance Sale
Riddance tunc brings the opportunity to buj Bennett Clothes and Furnishings at
saving1 of l-.T and more
The well-known superiority of our stocks the uniformly correct stjlc of every ar
ticle the fact that regular prices are consistently low for such faultless qualities, make
our clearance the center of interest at the end of each season.
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
$18 00 Suits and Overcoats
120 00 Suits and Overcoats
$22 50 Suits and Overcoats
$23 00 Suits and 0ercoats
$27.50 Suits and Overcoats
$30 00 Suits and Overcoats
$32 50 Suits and Overcoats
$35 00 Suits and Overcoats
$40 00 Suits and Overcoats
report was met with equally bitter op
position. The Ways and Means. Committee con
tinued Its tariff hearings, but the Money
Trust Committee and the Glass Com
mittee were not In session.
Representative Howland of Ohio intro
duced a bill to simplify Impeachment
proceedings by providing that except in
cases concerning- the President, Vice
President, and Chief Justice, impeach
ment trials .shall be conducted by only
twelve members of the Senate- A Con
stitutional amendment is necessary to
make the change.
Representative Borland of Missouri in
troduced a bill to appropriate 120.500,000
for a national highway from the Atlantic
to the Pacific Similar bills have been
introduced In former Congresses, but
The Committee on Expenditures In the
Department of Agriculture began an In
vestigation of the work of the Bureau
of Plant Industrv.
The Shipping Trust, investigation was
continued by the House Commlttea on
Merchant Marine and Fisheries, and the
Vmni Affairs Committee reported tne
bill appropriating S5.000 for the "Pnses
of the commission appointed to study
the question of aerodynamics.
Vra Senator.' Credential. Filed.
Credentials of F.dwln C. Burleigh as
Senator-e.ect from Maine and of John
W Weeks as Senators, from Massachu
setts were filed In the Senate ec:. "-
Actuary Led to Conclusion by Ques
tions that Company Lost Money
During the Year.
While Lee Wolfe, expert consulting
actuarv of New York, in his tesiimcmj
before the House subcommittee Investi
gating the affairs of two local In
ranr romnanles. protested loudly
that there were no figures to Justify
such a computation, or rather that the
condition indicated bv the figures ne was
...,. . nut down did not exist
T.AH..Anatu a nrnntv v esterdai led him
. o r-nnr-luslon that a loss of J1OT.IXO
..ih. in iho Accounts of the Com
mercial Fire Insurance Company for the
vearliii Mr Wolfe, who was called bv
the defense concluded his testimony es
...-.I,., mnmin? nnd immedtatelv there
after a recess was taken until Monday
After a great deal of sparring between
Mr Wolfe and Judge Trouty. the wit
ness returned an affirmative answer to
From a policyholder's standpoint, vou
were $167 001 short"" This figure, how
v.e Inrluded the Insurance reserve
Mr Wolfe contended, however, that at
the end of the vear the compan had
lost 97,000 on Its operations, Dut sun
had a surplus of 111.000 If the affairs were
to be wound up at the end of that
The examination of Mr Wolfe jester-
day was about as strenuous an affair
as the hearings have nrougm ionn r.i
forts to reconcile the viewpoints of Mr
Wilfo with that of Judge Prouty and
Representative Redfield. both viewpoints
involving different handling of the same
flcures. left the lav mind sadly tumoiea
Apparentb either party to the contro-
vers can Trove his point bv the same
figures arriving at widely different re
sults CLAPP COMMITTEE QUITS.
lnvr.tlcntors to Meet galn Only
on Chairman' Cnll.
Gilchrist Stewart, the colored lawyer-
detective, was recalled to the stand yes
terday before the Clapp committee In
vestigating campaign funds Stewart
made certain corrections In the testi
mony which he giv'e earlier in the week
Senator Pomerene then asked him a
series of questions based upon a state
ment made In Philip II Brown of Chi
cago concerning Stewarts movements
and his elilms while In Chicago last
month ostensiblv to obtain information
from inkfleld the colored messenger,
formerlv emploved In Archbold s office
Inktield also took the stand and denied
certain statements made by Brown, and
said that he had deposited no Standard
Oil letfrs or documents In Cleveland,
that he had never had an Standard Oil
letters there and that he had not been
in Cleveland for five vear.
The committee adjourned, subject to
the rail of the chairman
Holds I p llnod lie
Annapolis. Md , Jan 17 The Court of
Appeals to-day hld tint the good roads
loan of J1.50rt oca for Baltimore Counts
sanctioned bv the Legislature of 1312 Is
unconstuuiion il This reverses the opin
ion of the District Court of Baltimore,
which hi Id the -ct to be valid
$43 00 Suits and Overcoats.. $32.75
$1, $1.50, any $2 Shirts, choice. . . 85c
75c Elastic Derby-ribbed Under
wear, garment 39c
Other kinds of winter underwear at corre
$1.50 Tan, Chamois, and Gray Glace
Gloves, in all sizes $115
Any $2, $3, $4, or $5 Soft Hat in
the house (Stetsons excepted) . . . $1.45
New York Avenue and 14th Street
We give Herald $25,000 contest vole".
FILIBUSTER BY MANN
ON ALIEN MEASURE
Conference Report on huugrarioa
Bill to Be Considered
By a vote of 17 to 73, divided on non
partisan lines, the House decided late
jesterday afternoon to consider Imme
diately the conference report on the
Burnett immigration bill This test vote
indicated that the report eventually will
be adopted, but as soon aa It was an
nounced the opponents of the bill, lead
by Representatives Mann, Moore, and
Sabath. renewed their filibuster, which
had staved off action since the convening
of the House yesterday.
In renewing the filibuster. Representa
tive Mann made the point of order that
the conference report contained matter
which was not properly before the con
ferees, and that they had included in
the, bill matter which had never before
been considered hv the House. Mr.
Mann's point of order brought on the
second parliamentary wrangle of the day
and temporarily sidetracked Representa
tive HamtU of New Jersey, who was
waiting to offer a motion to postpone
consideration of the bill. Speaker Clark
ruled that the vote on the Immediate
consideration of the bill should take
precedent over a motion to postpone its
Before the vote on the question of con
sideration was taken, the filibustering J
opponents of restricted Immigration made
three separate points of no quorum and
caused as many roll calls.
The chief bone of contention In the
Immigration, bill Is the Illiteracy test,
which has been fought from the outset
and which precludes from American
shores any alien who Is unable to read
his own or some other language The
bill as agreed upon in conference also
Increases the head tax from $4 to S3 and
requires that steamship companies shall
keep on board nurses and medical In
spectors for the benefit of steerage
ASK FOR MORE POLICE
Prof. William C Wells Addresses Meet
ing of AssocJson on "South Amer
ica and Its frincipal Gtiei."
Improved street car nervlce. mora ef
ficient policing, and the restortatlon of
lights recentlj removed from streets
claimed to he lightly traveled were ends
oward which it was decided to work at
the monthly meeting of the Brlghtvvood
Citizens' Association In the Brlghtuood
Hotel last nlgnt Resolutions setting
forth the sentiment of the association
on thcs matters were adopted, and other
resolutions urging the construction of
sidewalks along Georgia Avenue In the
Urightwood lelKhborhood and the filling
in and extension of streets In the area
between Sixteenth Street and Georgia
Avenue, also were favorably acted upon
New members admitted to the as
sociatlon at the meeting last night were
Fred Heine. B Joy and Mr Fo'tcr
After the business meeting Prof ill
lam C Wells, of the Pan-American ln
lon. delivered an Interesting lecture on
"South America and Its Principal Clticn '
Beginning with Caracas, the capital of
Venezuela, and taking In turn the cities
of Bogata. Quito. Lima. La Paz San
tiago, Montevideo and Rio de Janiero
Prof. Wells gave a brief description of
each Rio de Janiero he said. Is with
out doubt th most beautiful city In the
BABY BORN ON OCEAN
STEAMER HAS TWO HEADS,
THREE LEGS, AND IS ALIVE
New York. Jan 17 During the vojage
of the steamer Grosser Kurruerst, which
arrived here to-daj from Bremen, Mrs.
Helen Mantz, a second cabin passenger.
gave birth to a oany wun two neaas
and three legs. The child was still living
hen the ship reached here and doctors
ho examined the human monstrosi't
said it would probably live Owing to
storms and a break in her machinerv, the
Ilr.er was 'three davs late
Charleston. W. Va Jnn 17 -Much
criticism Is being leveled at Gov- Glass-1
cock for pardoning the men sent up trom i
coal strike region bv the military j
court, as Investigation to-day shows thit I
e of the men Involved In shooting un'Iovce. Ilenrv T onrterdinger. Tneodor'
passenger train on Cabin Creek were I
strikers, the Governor pardoned last I Thomas Grant. A I.. Gatlev, w H
week The strikers contlnu to stone ( Davis. Sam I.ouls. Jules A Demonet. M
trains and It is not believed the Gover-D Rosenberg. Harr Franc, Kmile Ber
nor will dclav much longer the calling I l'ner I W Nordlinger J Maurice Bird
out of the militia
CITY TO LAST
Continued front Pace One.
be represented In Congress, but that
upon'second and more mature thought
he rame to the conclusion that the mer
chants' and citizens' associations pre
sented their needs and demands and
those of the city before Congress; that
this body could not and would never re
fuse to grant what Is fair and Just,
Mr. Kahn-sald he believed that the sys
tem of taxation in vogue in the District.
whereby the government pays part of
the taxes and expenses. Is a good, sys
The speakers of the evening were intrO'
duced by Toutmaster Roe Fullcerson.
He opened the session by announcing
the fact that "In union there Is strength.'
referring to the organization of the Re'
tall Merchant's Association and other
similar bodies In the city. The toast'
master was "Interrupted" between
speeches by "telefake" messages from
various "celebrities" to members of the
association, among which were Joseph
Strasburger. president of the associa
tlon; R. P. Andrews, chairman of the
dinner committee; Isaac Gans, D. J.
Callahan and others. A message was
read, from Commissioner Rudolph re
gretting his Inability to be present, of'
flclal business preventing It. MaJ. Syl
vester, who Is at Atlantic City, also
sent his regrets.
President Mraaliareer Speaks.
Joseph Strasburger, president of the as
sociatlon, was the first speaker, and be
reviewed the history of the Retail Mer
chants' Association from Its Inception to
the present dav. He said he hoped to see
the membership grow to 400 within the
next year, and voiced the sentiment that
It was the aim of the association to work
solelj for the benefit and Interests of
Washington Mr Strasburger mentioned
the fact that it was due to the efforts of
the association that more than 515,000 was
saved to the merchants of this city. In
that thowere Instrumennl In prevent
ing the dead letter sale of the Post-office
Department before the Christmas holl-
das. The speaker advled co-operatl
between business men. and asked the
merchant" of this cits to stand together
In their efforts to benefit their Interests
and those of the city of Washington
Senator Polndexter of Washington said
he would advlse the people of Washing'
ton to use their Influence and devlsf
some means by which the District of
Columbia can decide local and municipal
affairs He said that the people of this
city had as much ability to attend t
their own affairs as the people of any
other community In America
AVnnts Manufacturers Here.
D J Callahan, president of the Cham
ler of Commerce, pleaded for admlss'on
to the citv of manufacturing concerns,
and assured the audience that If any of
these enterprises decided to settle
Washington they would not despoil the
residential part of the city, hut that
they would seek proper sites where they
would not prove nn obstacle or nuisance
to anjbodv. but a great advantage and
benefit to manv Mr Callahan also
press'd his complete satisfaction with
the commission form of government, and
said that man cities In all sections of
the country are adopting this form
government, having concluded It to be
the more sat!sfactor and effective
Isaac Gans read letters from Commf
sioner Rudolph and MaJ Sv!eter, c:
nresslng their Inablllt to be present, and
extending the s'soclatlon their liest
llirrv Tranc protested tint he Is ai
ojtlmlst. and said that honest In husl
tires Is not only the best polio, but that
it was manlv and hononble and that
it spelled success
Those In chime of the dinner were Jo
seph Strasburger, president R P. An
drews, vice president. M A Leese. treas.
lirer, W F Kller, secretary The din
ner committee consisted of R P An
drews, chairman Isaac Gans. nnd Sidney
West, and the reception committee was
composed of Gerson Nordllnger K H
Snvder, George Toplnm T C Dulln. J
Maurice Bird, F Klllian Edwin II
Ftz. P T Hall and Uallev Shumate
George O Conner entertained with songs
Present fit n
Among thpe present at the banquet
wer Isaac u ins. sumey west, r.ugene
C Gott Morris Haasburger. Hoe Jul
krrson, Mr BalJerson. Gerson Nordlin
gf r. D banger 1 Behrend. Samuel lien
singer H Zlrkln T S Vandoren. W I.
T Offterdinger, Joseph Strasburger.
Grumman Oscar Baum, I.eRoy
Mark F II Snvder. K C Graham.
Ralph W I.ee. D S Torter. D J Calla-
hin. Jacob Klsenmann, Moses Klen
mann F V Klllian. Joel Hlllman.
Charles Schwartz, I. B Schloss. S. T.
N?hwrtz, Julius H Duehrlng. W" F.
Kller. C 1 IJnz. F W Mackenzie.
George Topham. George K Huhhard.
Albert Sigmund, W. W Griffith. Edwin
II. Etz. C I Bowman. Edward Kohner,
K Sommers. T C Dulln. Anton Stephen,
Welistood White. Horace Dulln, I Gold
enlerg. H C C Stiles. A F Jorss. A
McSween. Philip T Hall. W M Furr.
M A Ix-ese. Frank P Milburn, Michael
1 leister. W F Brire. E I.. Brlce. D. J
Kaufman, Joseph A Berberlch Joseph
Auerbach. C K Sowers, R. Wallace.
Harold Levi. W Slarche. R. L. Lowe,
A. P Conwav. J p Herrmann. A. IJs-
ner, Tler Nordlinger. B A. Mattlngly
and I.man D Post, proprietor o
"Paper Mill." New-iork
J'cdrirl Einplojm, In Convent lo
Here, Attend Reception.
Delegates to the National League of
Government Employes' Convention, now
In session here, were entertained last
night at a reception given by Washing'
ton members of the league In Mount Ver
non Hall There were nearly 500 mem
bers present Among thf prominent
speakers present was Dr. l.lewelljn Jor
dan Dr Jordan said that the league was
becoming the greatest organization among
salary earners and that it would eventu
ally Include among Its members all gov
ernment emplojes In civil lite. Including
all men working In armories, navy yards,
"With government emp!oes organized
solidly and strongly there can he little
danger that their rights will Be
trampled under foot." said Dr. Jordan.
"I urge ou to present a strong solid
front in all negotiations wttn the gov
ernment. Put aside all Internecine quarrels
and remember that in urllty there la
Dr. Jordan also made a strong ap
peal for nfcourt wherein alt disputes be
tween the government and" Its employes
could be settled. He said fhat such a
court would save much trouble.
Refreshments were served. The conven
Uon has been in session since Monday, it
will adjourn to-mqrrow. it Is probable
(hat the next convention will be "held in
I.rctnrra on China.
Dr. Headland's lectures on China open
Monday night at i o'clock In New Tork
Avenue Qhurch. The ladles who are In
troducing' Dr. Headland are meeting wrlth
encouraging response, keen Interest In
the new China adding to the drawing
power of the lecturer. The second lec
ture comes Tuesday at 11 a. m.
AROUND the WORLD
A FEW ,
S. S. CLEVELAND (it.wo tons) .
SAN FRANCISCO, FEB. 6,
$1200 AND UP.
Indodlnf all tucMMiy !- afloat and aahevo, rail
wwr, boUl, abor wuiataoa, caittafM, fuldea, fa, with
pririlaf t-ntuming on 8. S, IMKRATOR,
41-45 Broadway, tyaw York.
Or E. F. Droop A Bona, ,13th aad G
Bt Washington, D, C.
GO TO BERMUDA
FORTY HOURS FROM
, C C t'RnKmnrlinn"
" L. U. UClUlUUiail
- record trip of forty hours. $??
.sll every Wednesday. 10a.ro. Sultea de Inxe with private baths. Orchestra.
Rllge keels; double bottom, electric fans; wireless telegraph, submarine
signals; no steerage.
Ka'trat, newest, and only ateaner landtnc passensera and bagaage at
the dock In Bermuda without transfer.
SQ OBflTAVA I (WHS toaa displacement. Sails every Tues
. O. JR.J 1AVA day from New York, beginning February 4
Tours Include Hotel, bhore Excursions Lowest Rates. Tickets Interchange
able with R. SI. S. P. Co.
rrr S. S. Guiana' sails Jan. 25th, March 8th. and other steamers fort
nightly for St Thomas, St. Croix. St, Kltts, Antigua. Guadeloupe. Domin
ica, Martinique. St Lucia. Barbadoea, and Oemerara. For Illustrated
pamphlets apply to A K. OITERIIRIDOB & CO.. Gen'l Agents, or E. F.
DROOP SON'S CO. lJth and G Sts. nw. and GEO. W. MOSS SIT 14th St..
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Culcn. I Fit Irr.
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121 1(11 105 Ltcrnt
W IV 103 ( rm!l
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to 411 (f ToUIl
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cvnnou. council K nro i.rvr;cn.
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CITT INDIVIDfAI. CHAMPIONSHIP.
191 t naldie
111 I Hardle
1-J Hurtle .
135 j H.rrlto . .
m 1 v Miller
Gold nail for Matty.
New Tork, Jan. 17 Christie Mathew-
son. the Giant pitcher, was presented
with a gold-plated ball by C. E. Prltch
urd. an admirer, whom Matty had never
By New York Telegraph.
First race Brevity. Hykl,
Second race Jolly Tar, Free
Third race Jack EJlls, Horl
con. King Stalwart.
Fourth race Orbed Lad, Gold
Point, Swede Sam.
Fifth race Miss Jean. Feather
Duster, Parlor Boy.
Sixth race Black Male. Gift,
Sts. W. W., Geo. W. Moss, BIT lth
FROST TO FLOWERS
the ship President-elect home
that brought Wilion
LORION PARIS HAMBUIG
tKili n uc. lcjn.rn m. Pm.IJncnln 1K
IPrtUMjlrsnu Jul 2b t Vrntttka .ttb. 8
flUmtsirz dirrct trew4 rahin clr.
tlUU-ClilI.Ti a U lr1 ItnUorut.
Madeira, Gibraltar. Algiers, Naples, Genoa
8 8. Hamburg (11 W tons), Feb 2. 10 am
b S Cincinnati U7.CC0 tons). Mar 11. 10 a-m.
HAUBURO AMLB10AS UM, Braiiau,
N. S. or E. P Droop & Sou Co.. nth ud G SU.
i : Geo. W Mom. SB Ilth St.. Wuhlcctoo. U U.
Four pa'criRcr body, top wind
shield, speedometer, electric lights,
and extra tires Engine just over
The Cook & Stiddard Co.
1140 Conn c
GEO. W. BEALL
'(15 Sib SI- N. W. M. 7S0S
V. nita Vol.. In Tri, Hrrald'a 13.009 Coataat
IF IT'S ELECTRICAL WE HAVE IT
Phone M. 13(4.
CEO. W. PAREZO,
605 II St. N. W.
Electrical Supplies and Noreltles.
W. GIt. V oua la Th Barald a ES.0O1 Omlaar
Expert Electric Vehicle Repairing
Storage Batteries repaired and re
newed. Irnltlon and Lighting Battr
lea Charced and Built to Order.
SOUTHWORTH KEISER CO.
P. M. CORR,
Afcrnt for Flnndrra nnd lale Motor
cycle and i.ortn pcclnl nirycle.
Motorcrl OTcrhaullnic and licit lie.
palrlns:. AcccBOiica and Sundries.
I! I cycle Hcpatrtnic. Itraclnic. and
Overhanllaa;, Supplies and Acccorlea.
SIS 9th St. . A. Phone Slain C18S
Room 206, Woodward Bldg.
Phone West 213
Wa Olt. Volaa la tin Barald a tS.K Oxamu
Second Spmriler IVIna.
The second semester team, of Business
High School, defeated the fifth semester
team, of the same school. In a fast
gamo yesterday. 15 to S. Harold and
Healy scored most of the points for the
second semester team, while Pcdloiv
starred for the losers
Trinity I'lve Vfter Gamea.
The Trinity Athletic Club would like to
arrange games with basket-ball teams In
the city avernBlnK 130 to 1 pounds. Ad
dress D. I DuPre, Conduit Hoad
Polo Irfader Snlla.
London. Jan. 17 It was announced to
day that Capt. Edward Miller, manager of
the Hurllngham Polo Cluh, will leave
for New York to-morrow to complete
arangements for the polo matches
against a United States team for the In
ternational Polo Club.
The veteran Marty Hogan has been
appointed manager of the Zanesville
club, of the new Interstate League.
M. T. POLLOCK 'fe" t7S5 '
THE ELECTRIC LINE
$1.25 R. T- .
, ti TO
Erery "Saturday and Sunday,
Inetudlaar Washlasrton eltr ear fare.
Good to return until Monday mldalcht.
The EASTERN SHORE OF MARYLAND
Oxford Cambridge Claiborne
and all points down U C. & A. fly.
The, Jleat Route to the Eastern Shore.
Washington, Baltimore & Annapolis
Electric Railroad Company,
14th Street aad evr York Avenue .V.W.
OLD POINT COMFORT
t. to Mod 7V)
Frl. to Sim. or Sat. n Tuea . fUJSO
Prt. to Toea or Sat. to 1ed . (1SJSO
NEW lOItK aad DOSTOV nV SEA
City Ticket Office, 731 13th St. ."t. IV.
M oodirard Ilnlldlnc.
STEA3IDO IT CO.
I.eesburc, Paeonlaa Sprlnca. Pnrrell
vllle, Aahhurn, and Intermediate M
Hon. From Maablnaton, Sl.OOt Thrlf
on, I a ale. Cara leave Tblrty-aUtb
and M !. . IV.
36th and M Sts. N. W.
ATLANTIC CITY RESORTS.
AmrrkTtB and CoroPsrtui p- Mpadatl vintr rmtrv
Why iihoald Automobile oirnrri te tor
mmtrd with tiro troablfo nhen iliey
ran be posltlrcly don anay with by
Tkt Woiid'i Best Fmr
for Automobile Tire.
If o Experiment.
Cads Tire Troublast
JflreaieVn TVltr Co.
203 Southi as Bu.uia
Fllllnc Plant, St-t Fourteenth
Street N. W.
We aire Herald IC3.000 eonteat s-.l
I National and Yale
1 High-grade Bicycles
I E. P. HAZLETON
S 42SI-ZI 10TI1 T. W.
OpenKvenlnca Until Ti30. 31-030.
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AQTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Fire and seren passenser car.
BROWN BLAIR GARAGS
1319 L St. N.W.
Phone N. 1470.
w. OIt Vaba to Th. Inkl E3 300 CoataM.
WARREN MOTOR SALES GO.
TTaa nemoTfd ta
i 1610 14th StresI N.W. t
v Phone North 5S97.
I "BUY A WARREN AND $
BE A WINHEV 1
We arrre Tofea la The Ileraia n
5 133)00 contest.
We Save Ton S3 Per Ceat oa "jf
Palntlasr Automobiles. .
We use only Valentine's Vaa- T
sdlam Varnishes, the only Tar- i
nlihes that will stand soap. mud. X
and water. We bake enamel on X
hoods and fender. .
Autos painted. (11 SO and ua. 4,
Used automobiles and motorey- 4,
cles for sale.
Cor. 14th and W Sis. N. W.
Of Every Kind Always Here-
Tel. SI. 0444.
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