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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SATURDAY. JANlTARY 18. 1913.
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OLD
DUTCH
SPECIALS
TO-DAY
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I 3
Hams Honey Brand,mild, sweet and tender, lb 1 7c
Hams Fresh, small, and lean, lb . . . . 1 6c
Picric Shoulders, lb 1 2l4c
Corned Shoulders, lb 1254c
Fresh Shoulders, lb 14c
Pure Lard, lb 12i2c
Compound, a lard substitute, lb 9c
Lean Pork Chaps, lb. ....... 1 6c
Holly Brand Pure Pork Sausage, lb. . , . 20c
Country Style Sausage, lb. . . ... 1 5c
Sliced Bacon, home-cured, choice quality, lb 20c
Selected Eggs, doz. ....... 23c
Millbrook Eggs, extra selected and graduated
for weight and size; in sealed cartons,
each egg guaranteed; doz. .... 27c
Fresh Elgin Creamery Butter, lb ... , 34c
Brookfield Creamery Butter, lb ... , 38c
Swift's Premium Oleomargarine, lb . . . 23c
New York State Cheese, lb . .... 20c
Fancy New York State Baldwin Apples,
1 pk., 35c; 12 pk., 18c; V4 pk.v 10c
Michigan White Potatoes, pk .... 1 9c
Yellow Globe Onions, pk ..... 17c
OLD DUTCH MARKET, Inc.
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030 La. Ave. N. XV.
fith and K M. S. E.
Slat and 31 Ma. N. IV.
7th A Que SI.. . TV.
1111 II St. X. E.
TAKE ELEVATOR
Ladies, Save from $1.00 to
to $2.50 on Your Shoes
'When aurh high-grade, faahlonnbly designed footwear can be bought
for $2 50, It Is no wonder that Washington's best-dressed women have
made this store their choice i
Our Shoes are masterpieces of good leather, good st)le. and good
workmanship They fit so trimly, and are so flexible, that absolute com
fort is assured
Even leather every size 14 shades In dainty satin evening slippers.
vj More
COLONIAL
SAMPLE SHOE SHOP
Fourth Floor Washington Loan and Trust Bldg.
9th and F. Open Until 9:30 Saturday Evenings
Mr clve Herald $2.1,000 eontrat Totes.
ALFORD'S
TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS
Bring back replies because each
order receives the same personal
attention. lrrespectie of size.
Tou will find our letters free
from dark edges, broken tpe.
typographical errors, 4c
Tou can safely Intrust Impor
tant form letters to us, being as
aured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2.000 LETTERS, S4.Q1
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
INew Address i
607 15th Street N.W.
Second Floor O.cr Ford fc Gra
ham Dairy Lunch, Opposite
TJ. S. Treasury.
Phone 31 a In 7500.
The Famous
HOOMAKER
PENN. RYE
Ten yeara old, S1.25.
Order by phone. ,,
Also TENNESSEE, 11.00 Bottle. X
The Shoomaker Co.
1331 E Street . XV. 7.
Established 1853. rhone M 11 Mm J.
I Z 1 't1 11 'I1 C1 'I' ft i' 'h '1' j C' fr '
TORRE ",
Heats and provi
sions. Home
dressed Poultry
a specialty.
W Girt Veto la The Hmld pS.OOO Contest.
1033 North Capitol St.
3420 Ga. Ae. X. IV.
1B35 14th St. . XV.
7th & H St.. . E.
1778 V street X. V.
3113 Hl- St. X. W.
wZ.Ulfless MT
tv slve Herald tZSJOOO contest vote..
Successor to Buu.Il Will Piper So.
We clve n.rald g5.00u contest vote.
STOP
In to see us any time
you need advice as to
the best Taint to use.
HODGKIN'S '""rrant Store
nwuwnill O 013 Seventh Street
YEATMAN'S
DRUG
STORE
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MRS.jilAM$
Reception at New Wfllard for
New President of Demo
cratic Lague.
PLANS FOR THE FUTURE
All Working to Make Inauguration of
Woodrow Wilioa a Great
Success.
National leaders of the woman's move
ment In support of Democracy and Dem
ocratic candidates met in a brilliant.
triumphal reception In the red parlor
of the New Wlllard last night, and paid
their respects to Mrs. Steven B. Ayres,
wife of Representativs Ayres of New
York, and president of the Woman's Na
tional Democratic League, and to other
newly elected officers of this organiza
tion. More than 900 of the best-known
Democratic men and women of the Cap
ital gathered at the reception.
The reception was riven In honor of
Mrs. A) res by the Southern Wilson and
Marshall League, and Mrs. George A.
Arraes, wife of CoL George A. Ames,
U. 8. A., and president of the Durtrtot
Stats organization of the Wilson and
Marshall League, received on behalf of
this body. She was assisted by many
officers of the national board and mem
bers of the local section
From now until the climax is reached
In a reception to be given to Mrs. Wil
son and Mrs Marshall on March 6. a
programme. Increasing In Interest and
splendor. Is to be carried out by the
Jubilant Democratic women.
Women tn Prmenl May.
The women at the head or the two
groat women's Democratic organizations
became acquainted, exchanged mutual
congratulatory words upon their past suc
cesses, and dlscussd the projected plans
for making the coming event socially
unique In realization of their plans,
both organizations will heartily co
operate. Nearly all of the Democratic fcenators
and IUm-fcsentatl es and their wives
were present, and it Is expected that
this reception will bring about a con
certed effort on the part of all promi
nent Democratic women In wasntngton
to make Woodrow Wilsons Induction
into office a gala event.
A pla entitled Miss Secretary, writ
ten bv Mrs. Burleson, wife of Repre
sentative Burleson, will be given by the
members of the Wilson and Marshall
League at the New lllard next Friday.
Following tho play refreshments will be
served, and the rest of tho evening will
be devoted to dancing. This and several
similar entertainments will bo given by
the lair Democrats to swell the hank
account against the round of Inaugural
festivities.
Among the gue.ts last night were Sen
ator and Mrs. Bankhead, Senator and
Mrs. Swanson, Mrs Mathew T. Scott.
Mrs. John Miller llorton. Miss Nannie
Heth, Representative und Mrs. Alexan
der, Representative and Mrs Thayer,
Representative and Mrs. Claypool, Mr.
and Mrs Perry Belmont. Representative
and Mrs. W. a. Sharp, Thomas Nelson
Page. Mrs. Keith. Mrs. Wakeman, Mrs.
Cobb, and Mrs. Rlttenhouse.
HENRY NESBITT DIES.
Knnrral erTlcea for Civil Wnr Vet
eran Monday Mornlnii.
Henry Nesbltt, seventy years old. and
for fifty years a resident of Washington.
dledat George Washington Hospital yes
terday afternoon at 2 odock after a
month's Illness. Mr. Nesbltt was cm
ployed In the Interior Department. He
was a veteran of the civil war. and
fought In the battles of Gettysburg and
Anttetem.
Funeral services will be held at 10
o'clock Monday rooming at Arlington
National Cemetery. Members of 'Wash
ington Grand Army camps will attend
the funeral.
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
C 8. Deit. of Arriculture. Weather Bureau.
Washington. 1-riday Jan. 17 Ml-8 p. m
Them will be rain Saturday in the Ohio Valley.
the Lower Lake rrtioti. .nt the AtUntie but,
and lin or mow Hundr In the lvn Lake fecit)
the Middle Atlantis State. iM rw UnUnA.
Th.re will tlw be rain and .now Saturday and iwob
ablr 6undar wrsi of the Kocky Mountain., excert
in the Middle anil Southern Plateau and .now by
Runday in tho Nnrthwert. TTie weather wM be fair
Sunday in the Ulivr lake region, the Central Tal
lcrt. the f'.ult and the Ilalna HUtes.
It will be colder Saturday In the lake rrsion and
the Central Wert and colder Sunday in t&e Lower
Lake redoo and the Atlantic State. It will be
warmer by Sunday In the atliwiBt.
Local Temperature..
MMnidit. V. S a. m.. , 1 a, m., 51, 6 a m., S3,
8 a. m., 53, 10 a. m., ST. 1Z noon, 3, Z p. m., (A.
4 IV m , 69, 4 iv m.. 61, 8 p. m., S3, 14 p rn., G.
Hllht, C8. lowert,
Kclatire humidity 8 a. m., "5, - p. m , 55,
8 p. m.. S3. Rainfall (8 p. m. to 8 p. m.1, 0 01.
Hour of lunahlne, 5 Per cent of poutble tun.
ahine. 6L
Temperature aamo date last year Ilighest, 2S.
lowest, 8.
Tempcrnturea In Other Cities.
Temperature In other dtlei, together with th
amount of n Infill tor the tvent four hours ended al
I p. m. ytataruay, art a souowt:
RIb
Mil. Win. Inn. fall.
AaberUle, N. a 14 II SS
Atlanta. Ra. . M IS C
Atlantic City. N. J S3 it W 0
lt'm.rdt. h. Dai -4 10-4 0 04
Boston. Mai U 49 K 0 09
Buffalo. N y K it U On
Chicago. 111. H SO C On
Cincinnati, Ohio. H H M 0 ia
Cheyenne. Wro 3 18 a 0 01
Dareoport. Iowa. 38 38 33
Doswr, Colo. i. 40 Zt 32
Des Hoincs, low 30 2 28 ...
Dnlntb. Minn. 3 8-3 OM
Galrefatrm. Tex. 88 80 44 0 3
Helena, Mont - 30 -S a 0.01
Indianapolla, Ind. M M 54 0 54
Jactaontille. Fla. TO GO 84
Kara City. Mo. M 40 48
little Uock, Ark CO K
Lot Angelea, Cat CO 43
Marqutfte, Mich............ 40 31
Memphis, Tenn S8 Sft
New Orleans. La Tl 58
New To-k, X Y. CO 44
North Matte. Nebr. 43 18
Omaha. Nebr.... 8 18
Philadelphia, . a
nttabunj. Pa M 48
Portland, Me 41 38
Portland. Oreg . 34
Salt Lake City. Utah - ... 31 3!
St. Louia, Mo (4 M
Rt Taul Minn -4 8
Ban Francisco. Cal 51 44
RprincSeld. Ill S3 K
168
Tacoma. Wulu 33 33 33 0 10
Tampa, Fia ..,.. 78 60
Toledo. Ohio 58 48
Mcksbunr. Mlai TO 63 U 0 36
BIRTHS REPORTED.
WHITE.
George and Rosa Segel, girl.
Neanith P. and Clara Nelson, boy.
Karl and Bnma Gubuch, girl.
Domlnico and Piacrntira Falaaco. girL
Antonio and Rosa Fratantcono, boy.
Arthur A. and Pauline Cnnr, boy
Benton and Ylnnifred O. Bowie, girt.
Walter and Laura Osbom. girL -
COLORED.
Lee and Dorothy Woodson, girl.
Charles and Luella Reed, boy.
Tlenry, jr. and Mary H. Matthews. girL
Louia A. and Matlie B. Durrett. boy.
James asd Snsie Barnes, girL
Largest, Morning- Circulation.
DOLLAR DIPLOMACY
DEFENDED BY DAWE
Editor' of Chamber of Commerce of
United States Speaks to Mem
bers of Y. M. C A.
"Dollar diplomacy" was heartily In
dorsed by O. Urosvenor Dawe, editor of
the Chamber of Commerce of the united
States, last night In a lecture on "Train
lne for Commercial Conquest." delivered
before the Educational Institute of the
Younc Men's Christian Association. The
lecture was one of a free public series
dealing with the nation's business.
"Within the last few years," said Mr.
Dawe, "the government has come t
realize that unless we organize for com'
merdal conquest abroad, we shall 'surely
have want and still factories at home.
It Is greatly to the credit of the Depart
ment of State that the consular service
In recent years has been practically re
organized, till to-day the consul Is really
the sharpshooter of business America.'
Mr. Dawe said that our greatest mar
ket awaits development In South Amer
ica, and added that no better opportuni
ties await the young man of to-day than
are ottered In extending American com
merce to foreign fields. He emphasized
the necessity of training for the work,
however.
The speaker was Introduced by James
M. Pepper, a foreign trade adviser or the
State Department, who called the com
mercial traveler abroad a potent factor
for world peace. I
BODY OF ELEVATOR
VICTIM IDENTIFIED
Woman Killed in Accident in Hotel
Mrs. Maggie Marshall Coroner's
Jury Returns Verdict
The body of the white woman who
was crushed to death by one of the
elevators In the New Wlllard yesterday
morning, was Identified late jesterday
afternoon as that of Maggie Marshall,
of 32 Missouri Avenue Northwest. The
Identification was made by her husband.
Herbert Marshall
At the inquest held over the body yes
terday afternoon at the District morgue,
the coroner's Jury returned a verdict,
"death due to being caught in elevator
while trjlng to alight from the same."
The verdict does not state whether death
was due to an unavoidable accident or
to the carelessness of the victim.
Mrs. Marshall went to the New Wll
lard to seek employment as a char
woman. The housekeeper, who has her
office on the second floor, sent word for
Mrs Marshall to come to her office The
woman entered the elevator used ex
clusively bv the employes of the hotel,
and asked to be taken to the floor on
which the housekeeper had her office.
Morris Adler. of 601 I Street Northwest,
operator of the elevator, and Harry A.
Sullivan, a bell bo. were me oniy pis
sengers Adler stopped tne car at mo
main floor to allow Sullivan to get off.
As he was about to cloe the door the
Marshall woman brufhed past him ana
tried to get out The elevator threw
her against the side of the shaft. Before
Adler could bring the elevator to a stop
the woman's body had been crushed
against the wall After the elevator
passed over the woman's bod), the
crushed form dropped to the bottom of
the st-aft. The woman was taken to
Emergency Hospital, where It was found
that almost every bone In her body had
been broken.
POTASH DEPOSITS
ON PACIFIC COAST
Dr. Frank Cameron Tells George Wash
ington University Students of
Recent Discoveries.
How the I nlted States can secure a
plentiful suppl) of potash from the kelp
sea weed bank along the facinc Coast
was the subject of a lecture last night
before Oeorsc Washington L'niverslty l
Dr Frank K. Cameron, of the Bureau of
Soils, United Statw Agricultural Depart
ment Dr. Cameron savs ho has already
discovered a large bank of kelp ort the
California coat, wherebv the Cnltcd
States can supply ltclf lor many vcars
to come with potash. The bank contains
f (l(Xl.tIO tons of the fertilizer.
In addition to this. Dr Cameron sas
there are probably largo banks off the
Alaskan coast, and that he is going to
make investigations In that direction this
summer
"Hitherto the German pota'h mines
have had a monopoly on the potash In
dustry." said Dr. Cameron. "There Is
no need of this, so far as the United
btates is concerned This country has
ample means of providing Itself with all
the potash It needs. In the West there
undoubtedly are large deposits of potash
lt one form or another, although none of
these large deposits have been located.
"There are desert basins west of the
Mississippi which contain rich deposits.
If they are properlj worked Americans
will not spend from J10.000.000 to J15.PO0.-
UiO per sear for German potash as hith
erto
"The preparation of kelp Is becoming a
prominent Industry on the I'acltle Coast.
There is a factory at Scaltle and one
near San r"rancisco, both of which pre
pare kelp In a number or ways and sell
It directly to farmers within a radius of
1WJ miles of their respective lactones.
"Americans also place their entire pot
ash supply on the result of the manage
ment of German mines. Keccntly a big
Prussian mine was flooded and 1 per cent
of the world s potash supply was lost,
because once a potash mine Is nooaed
its potash Is lost.
"In view of the large native ocpo-its
of potash in tne United btates ana along
Its coasts there Is no need of this coun
try buying from uermany.
Spent One Dollar More.
Davis Klkins expended just one dollar
more than his rival. Isaac T. Mann, In
their candidacy for the United States
Senate from West Virginia, according
to their statements niedyesterday with
tl e Secretary of the Senate. Davis
Klkins spent 3,081 while Mr. Mann paid
out 13,080. The West Virginia Legisla
ture has not yet made a choice. Davis
Elklns Is the son of the late Senator
Stephen B. Elklns of West Virginia.
DEATH ItECOItD.
WHITE.
Annie V. Mchrjson C rears. U lTth St. m.
Wesler Markward, sT, SU UU St. Wocdrlclge.
Ovrar O Hollins. Cost, lloaiv Insane.
William S Ballard. TO. M It Bt. nw.
Frederick G Phllpltt, TS. 1 Florida Art nw
Retina Gundrrsbehner, C2, NO Columbia Road.
Emma I Wlnsatt, It, rroildence Itcep.
.Matsna J. Nsirtrm. C. 1300 Ddaflcld St. nw.
"John Nefl. M. 735 Mnrloa fit. nw.
Centre E. Elliott. 10 months. 131 loth St. aw
COLORED
George Oox. 3. Gent. Hosp. Insane
Jchn Anderson, 30. 333 Greens CL nw.
Mattie C Johnson. Zs. MS B St. ne.
Rom Marshall. 3Z. Wash. Asjtlum llcen,
Charles II Wallace. B dan. 55 Fla. Are. nw.
Only One "BXOMO QUIWNI," that b
Laxative IJromo Quinine
Cam CoMio One Day, Crspa 2 Dya
6&
ox.
35c
FEDERAL BANK
Record Set for Capital in Or
ganization qi New Finan
cial Institution.
WORK DONE IN SIX DAYS
Stock Selling at Premium on Wash-
injtoB Stock Exchange Total
Subscriptions $1,250,000.
The Federal National Bank will open
for business on Monday morning, less
than six days after the action that led to
Its establishment.
It Is a record for Washington. It prob
ably will stand as a- record for years to
come.
Split at tho Commercial National Bank
on Tuesday, organization of a new na
tional bank planned on Tuesday after
noon, put Into effective operation on
Tuesday night; opened for subscriptions
on Wednesday morning, selected a loca
tion on Thursday, closed and allotted
subscriptions on the same, day, obtained
cTiarter on Friday, received payment on
JSO.000 stock on Friday, will close up
routine matters on baturday, rest on
Sunday, and open lor business on Mon-
day.
The swiftest pace set In 'Washington
since the days when the Britishers came
up the Potomac Klvcr.
Total Solncrlptlon 91.SSO.OOU.
Moreover, the total subscriptions for
the K00.CO0 capital stock reached the ag.
fTegate of 11,250.000 and were coming
along, a whit slower when the sun
went down on Friday and business came
to a standstill
To-day 60 per cent of the subscriptions
are payable not a man will default, for
the stock Is at a premium of So a share
now; February IS, or In 30 days, practi
cally cash, the other W per cent Is pa
able and It will be paid.
President Poole, of the new Federal
National Bank, has taken his private
secretary. and Messrs Smlthson,
Charles B. Lyddane. and Charles D,
Eoyer, respectively receiving teller, note
teller and general bookkeeper of the Com
mercial's staff with him to tho Federal
National, where they will take up the
same duties.
Stock 91S8 n Share.
On the Stock Exchange yesterday, SCS
a share, was bid for Federal National,
1130 asked, and later on J 130 whs bid and
At the Commercial National Bank
business proceeded as usual jesterday
Mr Jordan was in New York, not on
Inaugural business, but. as treasurer and
director of tho Arlington Hotel Company,
he was in attendance at a directors'
meeting
With sundown last night a truce was
called In the battle of the financiers and
the tired officers, directors and share
holders cnjoed an evening at home for
the first time during the week
MONEY TO GUARD WILSON.
Congress Urd for Appropriation
by Secretary SfacVe-ach.
A request for S3.0) for secret service
operations to protect President-elect
Wilson was made upon Congress ester
day by Fecrptorv of the Treasurv.
"I believe It Is the duty of tho govern
ment to afford adequate protection to the
I'rcldent-clect." said Mr MacVeaugh In
his letter "I Instructed the Chief of the
Secret Service immedlatclv after the
election to do everything possible under
existing conditions to safeguard the
President-elect, but I feel this work
should bo specifically provided for and
directed bv law "
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Thenlora V. Kill, it . Zt. as4 Juliet IT Fairla. 20.
net F IT. Hilni
Kocert ! Klnknaur, 3R, and Suzanne L. Walton,
3. Iter II Smith.
Aim William t. of Lmiln Lncland. and Anna
. Itneter, C Iter Ilul It. Iliraok
IHiU a jlanMI. and Doea U Grernburc 39
lire. O Slleerstone
tleore I' IlnUuK. 3. and Mattie Callahan. ZX
both of Prince Oeorra County, a. Her II. V. How-
lett
William V Recan. 3 and Margaret u COBEell, X
Iter. W. U. lUrnco.
To Care Constipation.
Don't doe the ejMem with a lot of dan
gerous hablt-forrolng drugs. Physicians
everywhere are now prescribing HofTs
Lemon Seidlitz, the good-tasUng seldlitz
r-twder. All druggists sell It.
(fi)
The Brilliant
III slllimasAA I imhI
iH.ia..auu B.ig.u
We
ill Pin ll Dp complete. II 1 1
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in ei saiiuaciorj nesuus.
It I
Is Good (or Parlor, Dining-room, II ll
or Study. lilt
Just I
rnuno us an uroer main iv. 111.3.
L. . ....... -a. lilt
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616 12th SI. 1204GSI. ' III -
III Wa Glta Votes in Herakl'i $3,000 Contact. 1 1 I
pSIsTIArSNlS
I VIRGINIA PORTS I
I Finest health I
- wines known
J 909 SEVENTH STREET J !
OPEN UNTIL 9Q'CIeOCK TO-NIGHT
rBiLTtiTfiPffinT.
Boys' Clothing Bargains
Bargain opportunities only made possible by reason of our
Pre-Inventory Clearance Sale
$5 to $8 Double- CfcO fiQ
breasted Suits . . POiQ9
All-wool, Double-breasted, Medium-weight Suits for Boys
7 to 17, in a large variety of styles and materials, thoroughly
made and fully guaranteed for value, wear, and quality. These
Suits sell for $5.00 to $8.00. To enable us to sell t TQ
before inventor)", special price for this sale jaJcOV
Choice of any Youth's or Juvenile Overcoat in the store
$4.00 values $2.49 $6.00 values $3.98
Bargains in Men's Wear
At January Clearance Prices
Most all sizes in White and Col
ored Plaited Bosom Shirts up to
1H. that sold regularly at CCr
,1.00 To go at .uac
J2.S0 Wool Coat Sweaters. In
black, gray, and navy. One 1.70
day only 4".i
25o Split Foot Half yc
for 50c.
HOTEL LONGACRE
NEW YORK CITY.
47th St., Just Off Broadway.
EXCLUSIVELY BACHELOR.
Convenient to Everything.
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF.
Library. Billiard Hall and Restau
rant in Connection.
All Rooms Handsomely Furnished.
75 Rooms, $1.00 per day.
100 Rooms, with Private Bath,
$1.50 per day.
50 Rooms, with Private Bath,
$2.00 per day.
"See Etz and See Better"
EDWIN H. ETZ
OPTICIAN
1003 -G" STREET
We give ITerald g5,0O0 contest votes.
m
FRESH
MEATS
Table Lwuries. Elgin Butter.
DRURY'S
236 E St. N.E. , Phone L. 497
We Ctr Votes la The nersiTs t.ajs Oomaat
H' . 1 1 1 1" M' It I' 1 1' !
5 BOTTLES
Pure Cilifonia Wine
$1.00
A pretty Wine Decanter Free.
Orders delivered any wh era In the
city and suburbs. Store open
from 7 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Sydney Guggenheim,
1612 14ASLR.W. North 81S
Wa Give Votes In Herald's 3,000 Contest.
! .t'l' 1 I H-i
GONOMY MEAT MARKE1
T
wkera the bast ef roodatuSi au
ka had at the lowast prsrallmt
prlcea Meats, flan, and krorlalooj
always btah.
409 Third St. N. W.
Wa Glta -oUaJa The HaralcTs taocs ContssL
DURESCO
FLOOR PRESERVATIVE
F. STEW ART,1st&H Sts.
Wa Civs Vatas to The Herald's JAfBt Cooler.
Lajgst Morniflg Circulation.
II II
PastorRussell
in Washington
Ri suNDAY
j9janJ9,
Topic:
"The Truth Shall
Make You Free"
Thlis remarkable scriptural cita
tion on the front of the Union
Station Trill be used by Pastor
Roaaell for his third lecture I
text Sunday afternoon. I
All Are Invited. jj
Seata Free. Xo Collection. II
t Iterr lork Ave. and 13th St. H
59c Neglige Coat Shirts, with at-
ia6cHh.el7?ua1,onryf!!:!.!4:..1.,:.3Jc
S1.50 Coat Sweaters; some with
Byron collar: In sizes up to fiO
40. One day only OyC
Men's S1.00, JI.S5. and 11.60 Dog-
Bjt.u Miu oufas moves,
sires 7, 7U. 74. 7?, 8.
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SPECIAL NOTICES.
Tfia Corcoran Gallery of Art
Fourth Exhibition of '
Contemporary American
Oil Paintings.
Open until January 2. 1911. as fol
lows: Week days, from H0n.ro. until
30 p. m. Sundays, from 1.30 p. m.
until t 20 p. m. Friday erenlna, from
1. ra. until lOrOO d. ra. Tuesdays.
Thursdays. Saturdays. Sundays and
PRID.v EVEMSCS, the admission Is
freei on other days an admission fee
of twonty-flve cents Is charged.
AN MIA I. IlBIfJKT Or THL, ATIOAl. E.N
rraTi-)2 Company lne We, the undersigned, the
president and rnsyxur of the board of treateea U
the National Ehsjaslnc Oompanj. Ino. cf Wash
injton, D. a. tn herebr cettlfr that the canital
stock of the amid eorjmratloo. Is JUOOO. all it
which has been actually raid In. and that there are
S300 exlsUrc. debts. EDWARD C. MARTIN
PrealdenJ. jr. B HOOPER, neo reesMent. CHAS.
r HA-NCOCK. tressurer
I. EDWARD It. 1IAKTTS-. -era-ArrA rf tho N.
tional Enzratlnz Comnanr. Inc.. of the District
cf Columbia, do hereby swear that the facta tatl
la the abovw certificate arw tree a the best of nr
knowledge and belief EDWARD D MARTI V
peesldent.
Subscribed and aworrs to refore me. a ncearr
public in and for the District ef CWmnbta. this
Pth day cf January. D UU
ISeaJ.) JENME jf KYAS. Notary Public
My cnmmlsMon r ires Jlsy t. lilt.
ANN0UNCE3EEHT.
Ajrr ONE 1UJI.NG A BSALLT PItACTICAI.
and xneritorloua potent or rMfntefl artlc which
they want promoted or aarlceted. and which offers
lar poeilMUtles. Is retruested to send to adirr
tlacr, who has experience and facilities essential to
a suceuwful rraliiarton therout, fua tanleslars.
BCCCE33. Bos 4. Iterald OSce.
THE DISTRICT TITIX IN3CR INCE COMPANY
ai a meeunt cc tea boart of dlnetors cf the Dis
trict Title Insurance Company, held 00 January U.
TO the renlar aemlnnual dlTldeod of 3. to
ucher with ar ertra dividend of l" oa the capital
stock of the said company, was declared payable out
of the earnings for the all month, ended December
S. IM, the books for the tnxafsr of eteck to be
dosed on January li. MIX. and remain, closed until
January S. 19U. en which date said dividends shall
be payable. WILLIAM CLABAIGH. Secretary
THD REGULAR QUARTEBLT jrEETING
which is also the annual meedes of the Rneada
Oo-operatlaw Society, win be held on TTESDAl
esenins. January 3. ZTJ. at TOJ o'clock. In Fred A
Brockwar'a HaD. ne. corner of Tth and O Sts. nw
PACT. F. GROVE. Secretary
JaIT.lia
OFFICE OF T1IE WASHIVGTON OAS LIGHT
OOJIPANT
Waahlnitcn, D C. Jan. Is, Wl
The annual meetlnc of the shareholders of th
Washtaeuu Gas Ltlht Conpany for the election of
directors and for such other business as may prop
erly come before uid mecunf will be held at the
oflce of the company. Nee. tU-t'.T Bth St. nw .
MONDAT, February 1. WJ. at 12 o'clock noon.
The polls wm be open from 12 o'clock noon to I
o'clock p. m.
WILLI A jr B ORME. Secretary
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK-
holdera of the Hcsh Rellly Company, Inc.. will
be held at the oCcii of the company. 1st New
Tork Avenue, on FEBRUARY If. 1X2. at 1
o'clock p. m. ialSJt
LirVvlS JOHNSON A COMPAXT
Bankers, announce the retirement of
Mr. Charles P Williams from the firm
and the admission of Mr. Benjamin
Woodruff, effective January 15. 1913.
VIAYI SCIENCE OK HEALTH NATURAL.
nonsGrrk-al; tx-pace book free. Apply by malL tu
Colorado BlJff I'ree lecture for women Wednesdais
at 231 p. m. lit-tf
THE FIRST TRIAL
MILLER'S ll0f M,U'ER'S Selfrslsfri Buck-
Self-raiSing " nade no mbUka in erderisz
RiieVuihoaf lr- Tre re and meet eoonorcical
DUCKnneai llbncawheat en the market.
E7 4t your rrnrer'a. No consumers supplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW Cf BRO.
WkolessUera. -llth aad M Sts. s. EL.
DIED.
XEWTONT On Thursday, January 18.
1912, at 12 39 P. m . at his home. 1303
Delafleld Place. WATSON J. NEW
TON, beloved husband of Ellen i.
Newton, In the sixty-fifth year of his
age.
Funeral at his late residence. Satur
day, January IS, at 2 o'clock p. m.
Friends Invited. Interment private.
WIMSATT On Thursday. January 1&
1913, EMMA ISABEU beloved daugh
ter of William A. and Josephine
Cleary Wlsmatt.
Funeral Saturday, Jan. IS. at 9 .30 a. m
from late residence. 215 Eighth Street
Southwest. Requiem high mass at St.
Dominic's Church at 10 a. m.
FUNERAL DIBECT0HS.
GE0BGE P. ZURH0HST,
n EAST CAPITOL ST.
SstatrBsbed VS. CHAS. S. ZURB0R3T. Mas.
J. ntl.LUH LEE. Funeral Direct
and Embalmer. Urery in connection. Commodloas
Caapal and Vcdam Cnmatartam. Jcodest prtasav
13 Fsnasylvula An. aw. Taaphau Uals Uas.
W. R. SPEAR12.
rUNERAL DIRECTOR AND KMBALMEI.
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C
Phones Main S
rRANK A. SPEARE. Manaisr.
FUNEBAL DESIGNS.
FUNERAL FLOWERS
Of Ever DaacrlptWy-Modarilsly Prioa.
GUDE.
Loans A 3
Om Dt4UaomAa
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jlORNINC. 9th and D
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