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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SUNDAY. JANUARY 19. 1913.
AMB PLAYER PIANOS
ffi But Piijnr Fiats tv S25 ptr Qairtir.
Joseph Hall Cbane.
The Schubert is the most
talked about piano in America
to-day. We manufacture. Tou
liao no agent to pay, and our
factory guarantee means guaran
teed for life.
Ion can bay a Schubert player
piano, tbr beat plaser In the
world to-day, barring none of
any name, for S3 per week.
If ou bu a jiliver or a piano
without seelnp Mr Chase ou
will deliberately throw money
away that vou might otherwise
save. See Mr Chase before you
buy a piano anywhere
JOSEPH HALL CHASE PIANO CO.,
1307 a ST. . w.
1B2S TTII ST. . W.
Seventh street Store Open Every
G Street Store Open Saturday
TVe Giro Votes in Herald SSOCO Contest.
See me before ou order that
and Tuxedo Suit
I'or the present social season or the
Fourth of March
My tailoring will conform with your
highest ideals in clothe".
Import in s;
730 13th St. N. W.
We clre Herald ri.OOO .
Brfiif? back replies because each
order receles the same personal
-mention. Irrespective of size.
You will find our letters free
from dark edjre. broken type,
typographical errors, &.c
You can safely Intrust Impor
tant form letters to us beinp as
stired that they will be carefully
edited and dellered on time.
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ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
607 15th Street N.W.
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; The Famoua
.;. Ten years old? M.S5. .J.
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.J. Alno TKESSEE, SSl.OO Bottle.
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Meats and provi
Olrt Votes tn The Herald ES.0OO Coma.
In to see us any time
jou need advice as to
the best Paint to use.
We clre Herald 3,000 contest vote.
SMALL'S is the Hardware
Store with the complete
stock and the little prices.
Small's Hardware Store, 713 7th St.H. W.
r Cite VoUs tn "fne Herald a (3.001 Corneal.
MEN'S SMART FURNISHINGS
The shop that sells the cleverest of
men's fixings for less.
M. LEVITAN & CO.
Call up Main 1419 for All Kinds
of Printing Supplies.
J. W. JORDAN
623 O Street N. W.
trr Gin Votes In Is Heralds SUO Contest
a-MaTa-tlal, Machine Man
Will repair your aewlns maehlmt
properly, no matter what main,
Bend postal, or phona M-iftS.
Corner 3d and H Streets N. W.'
Gin Tab la Tie Herald s 0
Fines and Imprisonment for
Those Who "Borrow"
Others' Motor Car.
SENATE'S BUSY DAY
Bill for Establishment of a Bureau of
Mines to Supplant the
Joy riding with Informally borrowed
vehicles will be less general if the House
passes an amendment to the District
code which was passed In the Senate yes
terday. The amendment reads as fol
"Any person who. without the consent
of the owner, shall take, use, operate, or
remove, or cause to be taken, used, OP'
erated. or removed from a garage, stable.
or other building, or from any place or
locality on a public or private highway.
park, parkwa), street, lot, field, lnclosure.
or space, an automobile or motor ve
hicle, and operate or drive, or cause the
same to be operated or driven, for his
own profit, use, or purpose, shall be pun'
lshed by a fine not exceeding one tbous
and dollars or Imprisonment not ex
ceeding five years, or both such line and
Among the bills that passed the Sen
ate were tho following
A resolution Introduced by Senator Dil
lingham of Vermont authorizing the
Committee on Printing to publish the re
vised list of expenditures In Senatorial
campaigns as prepared by the Senate
Committee on Privileges and Elections
A bill authorizing the appropriation of
J100.CO) for the erection of a Federal
building at Las Vegas. N. Mex.
The House bill establishing a bureau
of mines, with a director who will re
ceive a salary of K000 a J ear. This
bureau is to supplant the bureau now
operated undr the Department of tho
Interior The measure prohibits the di
rector of the bureau from holding a po
sition -ith or receiving a compensation
from any mlno or mining industry in
A bill recompensing the National Cart
age and 'Warehouse Company, of New
York, for excess duty charged on impor
tations Into this country.
A bill permitting Slates to reserve oil
and phosphate lands under the general
land act The mcasuro was introduced
bj Senator Borah
A bill authorizing the extension of
Twenty-fifth Street Southeast, in Wash
ington. I.nnd for Cemetery.
A bill authorizing the Fort Bidwelt
People i Church Association to use gov
ernment land for a cemetery In Modoc
Countv, Cal , was passed by the Senate
jesterday This measure has already
patted the House
A bill appropriating Jl SOI to John IV.
Mortimer, of Philadelphia, for damages
sustained through the cancelation of a
contract for the construction of a post
office A bill providing for the establishment
of park and community centers on lhnds
held in reserve The lands in Question
are conserved under the various reclama
A bill authorizing the celebration of the
100th anniversary of the treaty of Ghent.
A bill reinstating Robert N. Campbell
as a lieutenant in the Coast Artillery
Corps Campbell comes from Salt Lake
A bill canceling certain overdue per
sonal taxes in the District of Columbia.
A resolution authorizing the President
to appoint a member of the New Jersey
and New Tork Harbor line commission.
The resolution specifies that the com
missioner shall be paid by the two States
Other Dills I'asard.
The following bills also were passed
Providing for the parole of life prisoners
who havn served not les than fifteen
rars This bill already has passed the
House. Also a" bill Incorporating the
National Academ of Arts and Letters.
rIeo a bill Incorporating tho American
Acadcm of Arts and Letters, also a
bill to accept the cession by the State
of Washington of exclusive Jurisdiction
over the lands embraced within the
Mount Kainier National Park, Fort Nio
brara is made part of the homestead
territory The bill authorizes this former
milltan reservation to be opened for
settlement in 1311.
The following measures were Intro'
Senator Ixdge of Massachusetts intrO'
duced a bill authorizing the Secretary of
the Treasury to turn over to the New
berry Historical Society of Newberry,
Mass, all data relating to tne mstory
of the customs house there.
To protect the town of vaidcz, Alaska.
and the neighboring district from glacial
destruction. Senator Jones of Washing
ton Introduced a bill authorizing
emercencv appropriation of to3.000
Senator McCumber of North Dakota in
troduced two amendments to the Indian
annrnnriatlons bill providing a total of
JXJOO for the education of Indians at
niBinRrck and wahnepon. N. uaK
Precedents were offered In the Senate
b) Senator Lodge to show that the chair
has the right to oner a motion to re-
rnniMer a oroDosltion of unanimous con'
sent. Four examples were reciteo Dy
benator Lodge in support of his conten
tion that a unanimous consent agreement
is not binding when there Is objection
after Its adoption by.a oenator absent or
not aware of the proceeaings.
Senator Lodge submitted the confer
ence report on tho Immigration bill, and
it went over for consideration until Mon
day Delegate Kalanianaole of Hawaii
through Senator Poindexter, filed a pro
test against the confirmation of Gov.
Walter Frear, of Hawaii
An amendment to the Smith agricul
tural extension bill was introduced by
Senator Gronna prohibiting anu univer
sity, other than a State university, from
expending money as provided In the bill,
unless the Governor of the State and the
National Bureau of Education have given
their consent. The purpose is to prevent
a duplication of the work done by State
schools through the interference of pri
Senator Perkins of California presented
to the Senate the favorable report of the
Committee on Naval Affairs on the bill
authorizing the Secretary of the Navy to
pay cash for valuable suggestions made
b civilian emploves which are accepted
Clianffcnra Given Treat.
James E. Connelly, manager of the
Dupont Garage, 3K0 31 Street Northwest,
gave a reception and stag luncheon to
the chauffeurs connected with the estab
lishment In the garage rooms last night.
The rooms were crowded. Mr. Connelly
was continually toasted by "the boys,"
with whom he has proven a very popular
manager. A. A. Chapln, of Chapln &
Sacks, addressed the party, expressing
his pleasure and appreciation at being
Invited to be one with them throughout
the evening. I
Tel Cure a Heaaaeae
Tou must first remove the cause. Most
headaches are caused by a disordered
stomach. HofTs Lemon Seldlltz will put
your stomach In the ninle of condition'
and cure your ncadacb In a few mln-1
ADVANCE GUARD OF
WINTER ON THE JOB
Tnspentare Takes Tamble and he
Weather Man Predicts Bad Days
Ahead for the Ice Dealers.
Cooler to-day is the prediction ot the
weather man, who Indicates that the
present neat wave Is about to subside.
ana people, who In disgust have post
poned (heir winter sports until next
July, may take new hope, for a cold
wave Is reported to be meandering: in a
desultory sort of way In the general di
rection of Washington and may reach
the city "ten the robins nest again.
At noon yesterday the mercury stood
at CO. Overcoats looked foolish and felt
worse. The weather was right for cro
quet and lawn tennis. Washington kept
up Its reputation of being an ideal win
Last night, however, some one sight
ed a cold wave somewhere on the Ameri
can continent, and the Weather Bureau
predicts that Christmas presents of fur
may vet be displayed this year, perhaps,
without extrems discomfort. The tem
perature went dt.wn to 3 last night at
10 o'clock and may continue this low for
several davs. In which case sleeping In
a hammock under the maple trees will
lose its present attraction.
It will be fair and cool to-day, but not
cold enough for members of the Wash
ington Skating Club to use the Potomac.
AERONAUTICS IN LIMELIGHT.
Pauasp of IIIII rrovldlnjr for Com
mlaalon Aronsra Interest.
Navy aviators have done much toward
making aviation safer by their experi
ments with automatic stabilizing devices,
and the resulting simplifications In the
Dutre stabilizer. This Improved stabil
izer, which depends for Its action on the
pressure of air gusts on planes attached
for the purpose, and the Curtis gyro
scdplc stabilizer will be tried out by the
Navy Department in the near future.
Stabilizers have given great satisfaction
In France, where they have been tested,
and it is felt by all interested in avia
tion that such devices will soon come Into
Much interest Is being shown In avia
tion circles In the meeting of the Aero
djnamlcal Commission In this city on
January 3. The commission was recently
appointed by President Taft to consider
tho establishment of an aeronautical In
stitution In Washington A resolution
providing J3,oro for the expenses of tne
meeting has been passed by the bfnate
nnd Is expected to be acted on favorably
bv tho House to-morrow.
While the army aviation appropriation
will be J100.0CO. the same as last ear,
no figure has been arrived at tor the
navy appropriation tor aviation worK.
Naval aviators are anxious to have the
necessity for specific appropriations done
away with, and tho amount of naw
funds to be used left to the discretion or
the Secretary of the Navy.
NO CAUSE FOR FEAR.
American Phone Co. Vndrr Jurisdic
tion of Interstate Commission.
In discussing the relations between the
Department of Justice and American
Telephone Company, and particularly the
status of the company under the Sher
man law. President Thco N. Vail, of
the American Telephone Companv. savs
"We do not think we have anj thing to
fear from the Attorney General's office
To be sure, his office has been investl;
gating the telephone and telegraph situa
tion. That the Attorney General cannot
think we are entirely bad, for since the
investigation began we have, with his
expressed approval, put together Bell
and opposition services In several large
places where local authorities and the
public have expressed their desire for
such action. At Detroit, for instance,
the opposition was merged after approval
by and at the desire of all local nnd
State authorities, and with the acquies
cence of the Attorney General, and the
same thing has been done In other places
of almost equal Importance I bellcvo
the Attorne) General has found that the
public does not want two sUms. and
we hope that fuller appreciation of that
fact will lead him to leave the question
entirely with State and Interstate com
missions, where the matter belongs, and
where It is bound to go, anvwav. Last
5 ear the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion assumed Jurisdiction b expre'
authority of Congress over the telephone
and telegraph companies so far as Inter
state business is concerned That lodv,
together with the State commissions,
should be able to arrange matters tatls
factoril to the company and to the pub
lic" Bank for 'VVIlon' Savings.
President-elect Wilson will not be de
prived of a home depository for hit sav
ings out of the 173.000 salary which w'll
be his to collect after Slarch 4. The
Comptroller of the Currency vestcrdav
approved the application of the Firit
National Bank of Princeton, N J , for
the extension of its corporate existence
for another twenty jears, or until Janu
ary 18, 1931
O 8 Dept. of Agriculture Weather Doreau.
Waahlnrton, Saturday, January IS. 1913-4 p. m.
The disturbance in the Northwest will spread to
tho aoutheiatwaid. attended by ralna and hijher
temreraturea in ita front and nun, followed by
clearlri and much colder weather in ita rear Th
precipitation area durtnj Sunday will cover the
Centrsl and Northern ruins Statea and the North
west, and during Sunday nlsht and Monday It
will extend throujh the Misaouri and L'pper Mis
sissippi ralleya. the Upper Lake resion. and prob
ably tho Ohio alley. In the East. South, and
Southwest the weather will be generally fair Sun
day and Monday, with lower temperatures Sunday
in the Atlantic SUtea, the Ohio Valley, and the
Lower Lake return.
Midniiht, GO. z a. m.. 68, 4 a. m., 5; C a m.. Si;
8 a. m.. K. 10 a. m., 56, 12 noon. 56. 2 p. m.. 60,
4 P m , 62, 6 n m.. 3: B p. nu. 58. 20 p rn., 43
Highest. 61, lowest, 43. Relatite humidity, 8 a. m .
89. 2 p. m.. 78. 8 n. m- 22. Rainfall (S r m in
8 p. m.). 0 03, houra of aunahlne. 0.2. per cent of
per cent of
possible sunshine. 2. Temperature same date last
jear-Mit-nest, , lowest, Jl.
Temperature In Other Cities,
Temperatures In other cities, together with the
amount of rainfall for the twenty four houra ended at
p. m. jwwaay, are as loUovri:
. Max. Mln. 8 n m. fall.
Asherllle. N C SO 48 52 0 X
Atlanta, Ga... , 60 54 S8 0 30
vtlantio City. N J .,
Bismarck N. Dak
Boston, Mas. S6
BoSTalo, I. Y (3
Chloaso. Ill 32
Cincinnati. Ohio. S6
DaTrnnort. low 28
DenTrr. Colo 56
lVi Moines. Iowa Si
Diihith. Minn I
Galreitcn Tex K
Helena. Mont. . 42
Indianapolis. Ind 41
Jackaonnlie, Fla 7J
Citr Mo. to
Utile Hock. Ark to
Los Anrelei, Cal SS
Marauette. Mich IS
Memphis. Tenn. 58
!ew Orleans. La M
Tork. Jf. Y 56
North riatte .ebr. 4S
Omaha. Jebr. X
Philadelphia. Ta, 58
PltUban. r, SS
Ponland. Me 52
Portland, One .. 38
Salt LUa Citr, Utah 41
St, Louis, Mo...... 2
Bt. Pad, Minn 10
Ban Francisco. Cal 54
8nringneld III 36
Tacoma, VTaan ....?........ 31
Tampa, Fla. H 62
IVlcfcabcrr. Mln ....
Knights of Momus to Hold Big
Banquet at Rauscher's
COMMITTEES ARE BUSY
Prominent Men of the Country to Be
Guests and Will Respond
A-Alh.. tTnn.lrr' dinner, with a
programme of .pithy, pungent speeches
bv noted, knowing men. and wild, weird
stunts hv a romDanv of trained stunt
era. Is on for 7 o'clock next Sunday
night at IUuscher's. It Is the sixteenth
annual fcstlvitv of the "Knockers."
whose proper name Is the Knights of
Momus. and whose membership Is com
posed of members of Columbia Typo
graphical Union, No. 101, ana Kinarea
Th guest list for the Knights
Momus dinner alwajs Includes some of
the country's most prominent men. ana
the Catherine Is always memorable urn
cers and committees said last night that
this dinner will be the most memorable
of all the knights have nlanned.
The officers and committees of the or
OfBcct Tiiotnu A Itinua. ivrMdrat; Frank D
Smith, ties rresldmt, llxard Iturthnldrr rrardlnz
MarUiy, Jobn A. Huston, financial Mrrtlarjr: Mina
A ttcutnnuncr, Ixfruurvr, Ilenna A. Jtuian,
Lntrrtainmrnt ranmJttFe Itobrrt VT. Rummna.
chairman, John P. Atainam. Maurice Jarrta, Uatla
R. IjirinctXt. VTink II Lone. Philip rtarhmau,
A C Van Horn. JaMG Waterman.
Guet crasmlttre IX II It an. chairman, fteorza
D ruu. Uanlrl A. (iiDIn, II. II (KOdrTII John K,
Lamsn J lT VlcOrmlck. T. J. Itowr. Ceorze A
Tuttle, Charlf K lotinfi
Printing eanmittfe A 3 AmoM chairman: K. K
r.ryrr. 51. L. Sutler, Hut H. Barman. I Walter
rrra oommittr'" T CL raraoni chairman; Cliarwa
Lore Joarph bitlfr. William A rralth, II B
RcrrplioTi epmmittpp E. E. talhotjn, chairman;
I C Brown. Will IX nurrlifltld. B W. Butler
Wllvm H . Willum II Cornish John It
I)H-kmin Titua K Elliv T J itrwllliaraa.
Jtwcrh (iitnnn Oscar Z. Homer, Harry 11. Hum
Uf Harry N kclrtir.fr rTack A Kidd. M L.
LcrTler Tliomaa A llrllorw. Thomaa F MeKrun.
Jph Mann. John W Mre John W. Michael,
l n rnnls. IU1V7 r banter Michael .
hemno. VT S WaiKlbT 1 S Whitehead. Jojerfi
Whjte. Inuia Winter Bert V Wolfe. Harry
ELECT TWO NEW MEMBERS.
The executive hoard of the Woman's
National Democntlq League, nt a meet
ing at the New Ulllard jesteraav. elect
ed two new members of the board, Mrs
L. M House, of Austin, lexas. ana Airs.
Charles McChord. of Kenluckv Mrs
Steven B Avrcs. president of the league,
presided over the meeting
The board received lrom the "Wilson
and Marshall C'lun, ot UKlanoma City
OkU . application for membership In the
league The club, it was stated tn tne
application papers, recently has been re
organized Thoe present jesterday were Mrs
Avres. Miss Joephine McMahon, of New
Tork, corresponding sccretarj . Mrs
Grace Porter Hopkins, field secretary.
Mrs. M C Adams, treasurer, Mrs
Charles Morton, auditor, and Mrs. Will
lam I Dennis historian
no S-couts of Troop l. to the number
of fourteen, went on a "hike" jesterday
to Cabin John Bridge The expedition
started at 10 o clock in charge of Scout
master It L. Taj lor Tetts for merit
badges were also on the programme of
srout activities vestcrdav The tests In
public and private health were given by
Dr. Murrj. of the board of health. Those
in tlremanship. life-saving, and other
branches of scout work were under the
direction of Assistant Scout Commli
Five new conventions, have been se-
cured for Wnsnlngton. it is announced
by the conventions committee of the I
Chamber of Commerce The are Tho .
Knights of the Golden Kagle, Grand
Castle. February H. Federal aid good
roads convention. March 6-7. I O B B.
District convention, for a date in March,
tu be determined later. Navy League of
the 1 ntted States, indefinite date In'
March, and the Patrlclano, March 3.
Joint committees on conventions from
ahe Chamber of Commerce, the Retail
Merchants Association, and the Board
of Trade will soon enter upon a cam
paign for raising a three j ears' conven
tion fund of K6.100
M MtltlAf.t: LICENsn..
William II Wjman. li and JIarj L Barlnp. 38.
Iter William I McKenner.
Charles II Kendall, 31 and Blanche D Kirbr.
3 t Eaat Fall. Chnrch. U Her. Cbirlea T
John I-. O nrien. 30. and Helen II llauer. 3,
bMh of Cumberland JId Iter II Schroeder
Clande 4, VV ard. 3, d BrovnsTille. Pa , and
Mamie U IWell. 3. ot Rocky Mount. a IV.T.
James II Little
Joseph W. Ilodnett, 23 of ew London. Conn ,
and Lettre Landlord, 22. Rer James S Slontcom
Jcaerh J and Masdalen VV UUrlm, boy. V
ll,trn,n anrf It.lli. VV Mln. nrt
Herman and Halite Winner. nrL
Logan B. and Marr 3 Woolard. bor.
Kdaard R, and Kate II Williams, bo-r.
Kllwood IT. and Lbzabeth A Werner, cui
Cecrre O and Mable U Talburtt. tor.
fleorce M. and Mamie Thomaa. cirL
jonn .d Lajth belby. irlrt.
Kmcata and Marr VkUotil girl,
t-bailrs J and Nellie M luff. boe.
Paul L. and Lama Reed drL
Edward F and Ida M Ramsay. drL
Emroltt L. and Blanche L. Rudd. cirt
Edward A and Anna T. O -Neill. boy
Euffeno M and Olire Mcreland. box.
Duncan and Hannah McLaren. ClrL
John W. and Ethel McCraekrn, drL
William B and Ella Lowly, boy
Frank and I la Irene M. Lev, boy
Charles O and Marrarvt Koonce. hoy.
A Eugene and Mabel D Gates. orL
Clinton P. and Virginia. E. Gooding, boy.
Harry A and Lvriia II. Glorius. boy
Matinee and Catharine A Enrifht. girl.
Frederick H. and La-enla K. Burroughs, boy,
Charles a and Mary !. Beach, girl.
Martin It and Bessie If Bourne, boy.
Jmso H and Bessie B Arnold, girL
Benjamin and Helen White, boy.
Ernest E and Su'le V Twyman, boy
Edward and Hester hmllh boy.
Arnold and Emma Lofty, girL '
Ollie. and Adline Jiiwaon, boy.
Cbarles and Bettle Higgs girl.
Edward and Helen Ererett, girL
Charles A Wardnina. 69 3 ears. Gort. Hosp. Ioa.
Margaret F Watson. 71. 50J B 8L ne.
Bernadme Harvey. 2, Providence UospiUl.
Anna L Wells. II. T22 4th bt ne.
John F Llewellyn. 26 U. S Soldiers Home, D. a
John Dunn, 51, U. S. Soldiers' Home, D. C.
Wm. Hazen Bourne. 1 day. 2627 Adams Mill Rd.
Jessie Dsnlels 50 yesrs. 1U B St. sw.
Wm. Jordao. 72. 13S 12H St. ne.
Jeremiah Jenkins, ar, S3. 1111 N. J. Are. se.
Catherine Smith. 20. 3174 B St. ne.
(JoaeplADar. 42, Tubrrmlosia Bosnia!.
Mary Smith. 29, Georgetown Unlr. Hosp.
Infant of Albert and Haltie Dyer, X dajra, 32 G
FIGHT FOR BABTES.
Plrat Bulletin Issued by Federal
One hundred and fifty thousand babies
might be .saved from death in this coun-
Ltry If there were proper registration laws
in all the (States, according to tne nrst
publication of the new Federal Chlldrens'
Bureau, published yesterday.
"The United States is now losing 300,
000 babies a car." said Miss Julia La
throp, chief of the bureau, in her .report,
and experience has demonstrated that
half of those might be saved If the sim
ple methods already known to science
could be brought to bear. To apply these
methods, however. It Is necessary to have
good statistics and an immediate report
of every birth. Without these It is prac
tically Impossible to reduce the high rate
of Infant mortality. Immediate notifica
tion of births Is necessary so that the
babies born under adverse conditions
may be sent the assistance which may so
readily be given by the health authori
ties, visiting nurses, or other agencies."
'Phone Company Subject of Com.
plaint by Mercantile Agency.
A formal compalnt was died with the
Interstate Commerce Commission yester
day by the Stone Mercantile Agency
against the Chesapeake and Potomac
Telephone Company, In which the com
plaint was made that because of the
discriminatory rates charged the Stone
agency it has been Impossible tor H to
compete on an equal footing with other
companies or a like nature.
One of the companies cited In the com
plaint as being granted, a lower rate
by the telephone company is C'ocKrell ec
Co., also engaged In mercantile
porting, it Is the contention of the Stone"
company that for the six trunk line
telephones they have In their office they
pay 1744 for a limited service, while the
Cockrell concern was granted a contract
calling for three trunX'ne phones with
a flat rate of lilt per annum on eacn
for an unlimited number of messages.
t Co, re-
WILL DISCUSS DANCING.
Monday HtenlnK Club to Hear n ti
"Dancing as a Recreation" will bo the
subject of a dlscuslon at a meeting of
the Monday Evening Club tb-morrow
night. A report upon tho public danc
ing In the District of Columbia will be
presented by Miss Elizabeth Brown, of
the Associated Charities, before the dis
cussion Is opened Deaconess Carroll, of
the Girls' Friendly Society, and Miss
Helen M Wyman, of the V W C A .
will wtlgh the recreation during Its gen
The meeting will be held at the T W
C. A IJulldlng. beginning at S o'clock.
Mrs W. Murray Crane will prelde. The
meeting will be open to all wishing to
give voice to their reflection" upon "bun
ny hug." "grlzzley bear," nnd "turkey
Mr. Charlew H Isreals. chairman of
the committee on amusement resources
of working girls. New York City, will
be the chief rpeaker Other speakers
will l E S Martin, superintendent of
plaj grounds Mrs J P 8 Nellgh. head
resident. Neighborhood House, and Mis"
Sue Ann Wllon, of Friends' School.
NEWSPAPER WOMEN ELECT.
ira. Mlllan V. ltoonr Nnmed Head
of 'National Prr Association.
Mrs Lillian 1 lloone was elected
president of the Woman's National lres
Association at the lat regular meeting
of this body at the New Italelgh
Other officers chosen by the members
of the association were Mrs Joseph t
Klch and Mrs Orace Porter llopKlns.
vice presidents. Miss Grace Pierce, cor
responding secretarj , Mrs .Mannle M u
Davlw, recording secretarv Mrs Mar"
Wright Johnson, treasurer, Mrs Susanne
(!. llickev. auditor. Sirs. J O Lsta-
brook, librarian. Mr Mary S Lock-
wood, clelegate-at-large All btate vice
presidents were re-elected Mrs Hannah
It Sterrr, former! or va ashtngton, now
of Pittsburg a past president, was elect
ed honorar) member
SAVILLE WILL FILED.
Calntr of More Than fSOO.OOO Left
to Widow for 1,1 fr.
The will of James II Saville. dated
December l" 1911. was tiled for probat
. v esterduv The bulk of the estate, valued
at more than EM),0O, is left for III
his widow, Susan Saville On the death
of his wife tho estate is to vest In Kul
ton Lewis, his son-in-law, as trustee.
The trustee is directed to carry out the
various bequests In the will, and upon
the death of his widow divide tho estate
equally among his two daughters
'the entire es
estate of the late Henry C
Eddlns Is bequeathed to his widow. His
will, dated February "3, laii was niea
for probate vesterdav. on the death ot
the widow the estate goes to his daugh
ter. Julia S Eddlns. Alfred n. F.aflms
and Charles W. Newhouser are named as
LINCOLN MEMORIAL SITE.
Snggesllon Is Vlnde thn
Placed ,nt Fort Lincoln.
J. C. Robertson, of the Ontario, has
offered the suggestion that the Lincoln
Memorial would be most ntttngly placed
at Fort Lincoln, which lies just mside
the District lino on the Uladensburg
Pike, on ground rich in historical signi
ficance. lhe tamous "dueling ground
Is here, and In the same neighborhood
tne battle of jliadensburg was fought.
-ur. xvooenson siaies mat plenty
ground may be secured around Fort Lin
coin for the purpose, that l.OUU acres
could bo found ttrere, if needed, 'lnere
is also a beautiful view from this point
ior miles around in every direction.
Al for Ta "samples.
George F. Mitchell, supervising tea ex
aminer for the Division or Customs ot
the Treasury Department, jesterday
sent out a circular letter to all Import
ers of tea, ln-tructlng them to send as
early ns possible ail samples of their
goods, which they consider suitable for
standard to the chairman of the United
States Board of Tea Exports, at the ap
praiser's store, WI Washington Street.
New York City. The supervising exam
iner notified the tea men that in order
to Insure a proper standard that as
large a number of samples as possible
should be furnished the expert.
To Probe Mall Contracts.
A resolution asking ' an investigation
of the letting of contracts by the Post
office Department for transferring for
eign mall from Incoming steamships In
New York Bay to the steamship and
railroad piers was Introduced In the
House yesterday by Representative Tut
tle of New Jersey. The resolution di
rects the Post-oltice Committee to In
vestigate specifically the recent contract
made between the Post-office Depart
ment and Howard Carroll, of New Tork,
which Is to run for , four jears.
Bill to Re-move Taxes.
The Galllnger bill, providing for the
removal from tax books of personal tax
accounts of five ears' standing and
which have been reported as uncoun
table by the collector of taxes and the
corporation counsel, was passed in the
Senate jesterday. It has not been con
sidered In the House.
Tho akin of a black fox is worth from (3 to SIC, and
W animals are now being railed la oapUrlUr to ut
fJy the demand for their pelts, , ..
Members of Congress1 Divided
Into Three Groups Some.
Approve Others Do Not
GOV. WILSON IS SCORED
Say the Prerident-elect Should Hire
Spokem Sooner Plan Afoot
for Capital Reception.
Members of Congress have been di
vided Into three groups by the action
of President-elect Wilson In calling off
the Inaugural ball. The first croup con
sists of those members who oppose the
action of Gov, Wilson in abandoning
the ball. These members claim that it
Is outrageous to think: of abandoning
the ball at this late date. Representa
tive Estoplnal of Louisiana yesterday
"If President-elect WUsop had any
Idea of railing off the Inaugural bail.
he should have done so long before
now. It Is unfair to the men who for
weeks have neglected their business to
make preparations In order that it
might be a success. He should consider
the feelings of the people of Washing'
ton who have their hearts set on attend
ing the Inaugural ball."
The second group of members consists
of the members who were opposed to
holding the ball in the Pension Office.
They are glad President-elect Wilson
has taken steps to prevent it, for many
Democrats hostile to the plan have
been saved the embarrassment of having
to vote against the resolution permit
ting the use of the Pension Office for
a Democratic inaugural.
Plan Hie Reception.
They maintain that to hold the ball
In the Pension Office would retard the
work there at least a month, and as
the bureau already is nine months be
hind in its work, it would be folly to
further hinder the business of the office
Among the members who belong to this
group are Representatives Langley,
Rouse, and Sheriey of Kentucky. Raker
of California, and Slsson of Mississippi
The third group consists of those mem
bers who are In favor of abandoning the
Inaugural ball and holding in its place
a monster public reception at the Cap
itol. In support of their plan they con
tend that comparatively few' Americans
have ever seen the Capitol illuminated at
night, and that a reception there would
not Inconvenience the business of the
country. They point out that the entire
Capitol could be easily put at the dis
posal of the public The Presidential
party could receive In the rotunda, and
a promnade could be held In the halls
of the Capitol extending from wing to
wing. They also propose throwing open
both of the Chambers of Congress, and
argue that many people would find en-
Jojment In sitting In the galleries and
watching the throngs below This plan
was originally proposed by James Pres
ton, superintendent of the Senate press
gallery. It has been taken up by a num
ber of Congressmen who Intend pressing
It for consideration
LOCAL SCOUT A WINNER.
Fred C. need fiets I'rlrc for Llght-
lucr Fire Without Mnlclin.
Fred C Reed, h first-class scout ot
Troop No 17 of this citv. has been of
ficially declared the champion of all the
300 X0 Boy Scouts of this country In the
art of fire lighting without the use of
matches, according to an announcement
received vesterdav by Scout Commls
sioner E. S Martin from the headquar
ters of the national council of the organ
lzatlon In New York Citv
At one of the exhibition performances
at Chase's Theater the week before
Christmas, when a benefit was held for
the local scout organization. Fred Reed
had a fire burning thlrtv-one seconds
after he hadl started to work
Scout Commissioner Martin reported
Reed's performance to the national head
quarters, not knowing, however, he had
lighted a fire In record breaking time
Testerday, Mr Martin learned that the
local boy had even surpassed a record
set by Chief Scout Ernest Thompson Se
ton. the organizer of the Boy Scouts of
Fred Reed is one of the crack Boy
Scouts of the local council He is sev
enteen )ears old and Is a student at
Western High School He has already
been awarded five special merit badges
and has made application for examina
tions In six other subjects. He Is con
sidered the most proficient of the local
scouts In first aid work.
IF YOl" have Rheumatism in anv
form, acute or chronic, no matter what
vour condition, write to-day for my
FREE BOOK on "RHEUMATISM. Its
Cause and Cure." Thousands call It
the most wonderful book ever written
Address JESSE A. CASE. Dept- 322.
Palmer's Soft Drinks
Are pare, iparklin-, and healthful. AD
PURE APPLE CIDER
In 2, 3, 5, and 10-gallon kegs.
S. C. Palmer & Co.
1066 Wisconsin Ave. W. 190
We kItc Herald $33,000 content -rotes.
909 SEVENTH STREET
F. STEWART,. st &HSts.
W. Olta Vataa In TbasraU a V5JXO Contest.
rnorrssioNAL education ik Acconsnv
acey. Plactleal work esreriallr adapted to men
employed, iS-psgo bulletin. Call or address. Director
ct Lducatton. 1. il. u. A . 17W u St.. waaUnrton.
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES
jo Bnrath St. ne. LIssaiB LTJaV
Society Meets and. Elects OfflcerVfor
At Its regular, monthly meeting at the
Pythian Temple last night the Missis
sippi Society elected officers for the ensu
ing year. After the election a pleasing
musical programme was heard, all the
numbers being Tendered by members of
the society. The programme consisted of
a vocal ,olo by Miss Julia Irby. a violin
solo by Miss Leila Spear, and reading
by Mrs. J. H. Brlnker.
The newly ejected officers are: C P.
Clark, president; CoL J. E. Coleson. vice
president; Harry Peyton, second vies
president: Mrs. J. V. McCormlck. third
vice president: Mrs. C P. Clark, fourth
vice president: R. J. Fondren. treasurer.
Miss Bennle Nabers was re-elected sec
retary. IT. D. C. EHTZETAIN.
Dixie Chapter Presents Two rlaya
Dixie Chapter. No. 11L U. D. C. cava.'
attractive productions of two one-act
piays, "On o' Me Thumb" and "Margery
at the Playhouse, 1S11 N Street
Northwest, last night. A long pro
gramme of dances was given. Receipts
of the entertainment are to be devoted
ONE DOSE WILL MAKE
That You Ever Had Stomach
Trouble or Gall Stones.
FIII. STOMACH IlEM
EDV for all Stomaeb.
I.lrer, and Intestinal
pepala, Presanre of
lias around the
Heart. Sour Mom
aeh, Dlstrca) a.fter
sented nnd Tornld
Liver. 1 ellow Jaun
and Gall Stones.
The above ail
ments are main
ly caused by the
clogging of the
with mucoid and
tions, backing up poisonous fluids into
the stomach, and otnerwise derancinc
the digestive svstem.
Mayrs wonderful stomach Remedy
is th B?st and most wldelr known
Remedy for these ailments and should
quickly relieve and cure the most
chronic cases. Put it to a test. One
dose will prove Its great curative pow
ers It acts like magic in the most
chronic cases of Stomach Liver, and
Intestinal ailments. Appendicitis and
symptoms of Gall Stones. Thousands
of sufferers are highly praising the
remedy and are recommending it to
others for restoring them to perfect
Do not nermtt a dangeroaia operation
for these ailments until you have at
least tried one dose of this great Rem
edy. Guaranteed by me to be abso
lutely harmless, contilnlng no lnluri
ous drugs, under the Pure Food i. Drug
Act. S-rtal No ;J793.
UliU II VIA lit. -vug v nemiai
1S4-1S Whiting St. Chicago, I1L
For sale In A ashington by James
O'Donnell. Dr' cist. 90S F St N W
and other - gglsts
Dodr Prices I 30 to MOO.
Chans! Prices: 3-ton, SS.S0O1 3-ton,
-3,400 1" 3-ton, JH-'OO.
THE LUTTRELL COMPANY
OUPONTCIRCLB AT NINETEENTH STREET
ervlc nutlon. N. H. v..t M St.
M-vTii vrnKFrrniRivriis. cnuRCH,
lh and D -is ne
Rer. 4eorge V Miller pastor.
SerTiers. 11 a. m. and 7 15 p m. by the pasto-
Sunriay school 9J0 a m.
STECIU, EV Wf'ELHTlO SERVICES E ERIE
Mt.HT NEXT WLEK
ANY ONK HU1M. K KEALL1 PR 1CTICAI
and merUorir.- rutc-nt or patented article vhtcti
tbrj wwt rrmntrd or maxkrUil. and which &Zer
larse itrA-ihilit.r-t, in retTnrrtrd to ail to aJur
tlarr, who has exTnK-e and faciliti r-wntut t
a cucrvr-il rralization thrrron, full imrticular.
RUCCR-- JV 4. tierald -
OFFICE OF THE W .IUNGTON CAS LIGHT
m5hiDCton. I C Jan. le. 1711
The animal mtin;r of th ahareholdcrs ct th
Waah-nctflo Ga Lizht Onmpany for the rkcticn of
diirrtom and for Mich other buine a nay prop
erly come IWore said mertinff will be held at the
ofl.ee of the company. Not -m-JlT 10th St. nw
MOVDsiY. Felrnarr l nu at c ocioc noon.
The polls will be open front 12 o clock noon to 1
. clock ix m.
WILZ.I 5f B ORME. Secretary
VIAVI M'lLNCB OK HEALTH NvTURVU
nonaursical MO-page book tree Apply try mail, 9i
Colorado naif free lecture for weenen Wednesdays
at 13) p m. J-tt
THE FIRST TRIAL
MIILFR'S Of MILLER'S Sell ralsire Buck
, . . ,hnt m "-"tora Joo. that you
SClfT3ISing nare made no mistake in crtcrfnz
Dnlriaifialt . The boat and most economical
DUCMinedl barkheat on the market.
C7At your aimer's. No consumers supplied.
B. B. EARNS HAW Ct BRO.
Wholesalers. 11th and M Sta. s. E.
HERRIOTT On Saturday, Januarv IS.
1913, at Rochester. Jlinn . DANIEL,
V. HERRIOTT. late of this citJ
Funeral services will be held at the
Georee P Zurhorst funeral parlor".
SOI East Caoltol Street, on Tuesdij.
January 21, at 10 a. m Relatives and
friends Invited to attend.
Pentalfha LodKe. No "3, F A. A. M.
A special communication is called at l.C
p. ra . -Monday. January si. no. to at
tend the funeral of Brother JAMES A.
TUPPER. of 37 P Street Northeast
PAUL. SCHUBEMAIM. .Master.
ISAAC B. FIELD. Secretary.
GEORGE P. ZURHORST,
SI EAST CAPITOL ST.
raUtnaBed VS. CHAS. B. ZBBHOB3T. Mr
VVII.I-IAJf LEC Funeral Dlrrrla.
and Xmbabner. Ltrcr tn connection. Contmodloai
Cbapal and alodera Ctenvatortnm. Modest prices,
IB "nnjsDta Are, nw. Tttopbou Main USA
W. R. SPEARE.
FUNEBAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMZB,
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Phones Main Sl
FRANK A. SPEARE. Man-r.
Ot Irerr DeacrlpOon-ModcraUi. Fries.
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