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poultry, wines and liquors.
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GEO. W. FARR, Jr.
Phone Col. 458.
Fresh Home-Grcwn Vegetables,
High-Grade Groceries and
Fresh Country Eggs
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Triangle Grocery Store.
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200 Florida Ave. N. W.
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Alnas a completo line of groceries
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Cor. Georgia Ave. and
Shepherd St. Northwest
Tel Col 4W3.
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C. D. ALLEY,
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always good, always fresh, always
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and ou arc assured of prime
qualities, absolute cleanliness,
and modest prices.
100 Sixth Street S. E.
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insuring the most delicious qual
ity to the consumer.
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131 E St. S. E.
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NEW CANNED GOODS
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9 Second St. N. E. L. 703
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U Street Market
Prices and service to please.
1608 U St. N. W.
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Sherman Ave. and Park Road
Phone Col. 3S26
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The Famous Market
4th and Eye Streets N. W.
Telephone M. 2968.
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PURE CANDY and CAKE
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THE WASHINGTON HERAII. FRIDAY,
Continued, from Pane One.
States and Great Britain, which failed
In the United States Senate.
It Is understood that Secretary Knox
was Impelled to make this proposal of
Investigation and report on the facts In
th case, which may hereafter remain In
dispute, by the fact that the present
arbitration treaty expires by limitation
on June 4 next. Mr. Knox offers to carry
out his proposal of Investigation by a
Joint hlBh commission, either through a
special agreement or under the general
arbitration treaty recentl ratified by the
Senate. In other words. Mr. Knox pro
pose, in order to meet the present emer
gence to exchange ratifications, if Great
Britain la willing, of the remains of the
general arbitration treaty which Presi
dent Taft sent to the Senate a ear ago
and which emerged from that body with
most of Its vital parts missing.
The Idea of a Joint high commission
to Investigate International controversies
preliminary to submitting thenv to srbl
tration was the distincthe new feature
of the Taft arbitration programme. The
Senate left this feature untouched In so
far as It provided for an Inqulrj by the
commission and a mere report on the
facts in controersy, and this Is as far
as Secretary Knox proposes to gn at
this time Obviously. Sir. Knox believes
that an in estigatlon of this character
will result In convincing Great Britain
that she hss no ground for seeking arbi
tration. Secretary Knox'a present propo
sition is designed therefore to clear the
air or at least narrow down the points
at issue. It Is the first practical applica
tion by him of one of the big principles
contained In the general Taft arbitration
The Joint high commission. If one should
be organized under the recent treaty
with Great Britain, might be made up
of three nationals from each country or
otherwise constituted aa agreed upon by
the parties to the dispute.
State Department officials believe that
Secretary Knox's offer wlll demonstrate
the sincerity and good faith of the United
States, even though this government
holds that suggestions of arbitration are
at this time premature
Coming down to the onl two points
which Mr. Knox helietes his note will
leae In dispute, he sajs
"When, and If, complaint is made by
Great Britain that the effect of the act
and the proclamation together wlll be to
subject British vessels, as a matter of
fact, to lnequalit of treatment, or to
unjust and inequitable tolls In conflict
with the terms of the Ha-Pauncefote
treat, the question will then be raised
as to whether the United Mates Is bound
by that treaty both to take Into account
and to collect tolls from American tea
sels, and also whether under the ob
ligations or that treaty. British teasels
are entitled to equality of treatment in
all respects with the vessels of the
United States Until these objections rest
upon something mora substantial than
mere possibility It is not belleed that
they should be submitted to arbitration.
It is not now deemed necessary, there
fore, to enter upon a discussion of the
lews entertained by Congress and by
the President as io the meaning of the
Hay-Pauncefoto treaty In relation to
tuestlons of fact, which have not yet
arisen, but may possibly uiseln the
future In connection with thp administra
tion of the act under consideration "
Mr. Knrx then makes his proposal of
a Joint In estigatlon of the facta at Issue
provided that Great Britain still con
tinues to dlnVr with the United States
after further examination of the situa
tion The Secretary says:
It is recognized by this government
that the situation developed by the pres
ent discussion may require an examina
tion by Great Britain into the facta
above set forth as to the basis upon
which the tolls fixed by the President's
proclamation hats been computed, and
also into the regulations and restrictions
circumscribing the coastwise trade of the
United States, as well as Into other facts
bearing upon the situation; with the view
of determining whether or not, aa a mat-
of fact, under present conditions.
there is any ground for claiming that
Vhe art and proclamation actually sub
ject British vessels to Inequality of
treatment or to unjust and Inequitable
"If It should be found as a result of
such an examination on the part ot
Great Britain that a difference of opinion
exists between the two governments on
any of the important questions of fact
Involved In this discussion, then a situa
tion will have arisen which. In the opin
ion of this government, could with ad
vantage be dealt with by referring the
controversy to a commission pi Inquiry
for examination and report, in the man
ner provided for In the unratified arbl-'
tration treaty of August 3. 1911. between
the United States and Great Britain.
"Tlie necessity for inquiring into ques
tions of fact in their relation to contro
versies under diplomatic discussion was
contemplated by both parties in nego
tiating that treaty, wntcn provides for
the Institution, as occasion arises, of
Joint high commission of inquiry.
which, upon the request of either party,
might be referred for impartial and con
scientious investigation any controversy
between them, the commission being au
thorized upon such reference 'to examine
into and report upon particular questions
or matters referred to It. for the purpose
ot facilitating the solution of disputes
by elucidating the facts and to define
the issues presented by such questions.
and also to Include in Its report such
recommendations and conclusions at
may be appropriate.'
This proposal might b carried out.
should occasion arlst for adopting It.
either under a special agreement, or un
der the unratified arbitration treaty,
above mentioned. If Great Britain Is pre
pared to, Join In ratifying that treaty,
which the United States Is prepared to
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Some New Recipes
One quart of good white
stock, one teaspoonful of whole
peppers, half a cupful of cream,
the jolks of two eggs, one heap
ing tablespoonful of butter, one
blade of mace, one teaspoonful
of salt, one onion, one carrot,
one stalk of celery, two heaping
tablesponfuls of grated cheese, a
bunch .of herbs, one tablespoon
ful of flour, a bunch of parsley,
anil savory custards.
Cut all the egetables in slices
and frv in the butter with the
herbs, &c, for five minutes, then
add the flour, then the stock ; boil
for one and a half hours, then
rub through a sieve, mix the
yolks of the eggs, cream and
grated cheese together, add to
the oup and reheat, but take
care it docs not boil.
.Meanwhile prepare savon cus
tards, two eggs, one gill of
stock, one tablespoonful of grated
cheese, pepper and salt. Boil
the cheese, in the stock, beat up
the eggs with the scannings,
strain the stock to the eggs, pour
into vomc mall wcll-birUered
molds, stand in a pan of hot
water, allowing the water to
come within half an inch of the
top of the molds; when set turn
out and allow to cool: divide
into dice, put into a hot turnecn,
and pour over the soup.
Spaghetti with Heat.
This is a very appetizing and
nourishing dish, costing very lit
tle comparatively. It should be
good for your large family. The
recipe is as follows :
Put a teaspoonful of butter
into a frying pan and when hot
put in a sliced onion and a clove
of garlic, cut fine, frying to a
Next add one pound of chuck
steak and two or three slices of
bacon, cut into short lengths. Let
this cook for about five minutes
and then put in a cupful of
canned tomatoes, and a few
mushrooms. Season with a little
salt and paprika, and let all sim
mer for an hour and a half, or
until the meat is soft. In the
meantime cook spaghetti by put
ting into boiling salted water
and cooking twenty minutes.
Drain and lay half on a large
platter. Pour over half the con
tents of the savory pot and
sprinkle a little grated cheese
ocr all. Add the remainder of
the spaghetti, cover with the rest
of the meat and gravy and serve
very hot. This quantity is suffi
cient for eight persons.
Because cod costs less than
halibut is no argument that it is
cheaper or more economical to
For instance, five pounds of
cod contain more than two-thirds
of its weight in waste in the
shape of head (which is large in
proportion to the body), skin,
tail, and bone, while two pounds
of halibut is solid fish, with prac
tically no waste at all. It costs
more a pound than cod, it is,rue,
but in the end it is quite' as
cheap, if not cheaper.
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JANUARY 24. 1913.
for some time he had been stealing
stamps from the association and "hypothe
cating them. An emplove of a large
automobile concern in Indianapolis had
In a like manner been stealing stamps
from his employers and disposing of
Advertised In Wall Street.
One broker advertised, by means of a
sign carried through the financial district
during the noon hour, that he purchased
printed uncanceeld post cards. This re
sulted In numerous office boys stealing
cards from their employers and selling
them to him at 2S cents a 100. The printed
portlcn of the card was then dexterously
covered by the broker with a thin piece
of paper and resold, one lace firm buying
as high as 310,000 a year This broker
during the last two ears. according to bis
sdmlsslon to the Inspectors, sold over
Z.OOO.OOO cards, a large number of which
were stolen by these office boys from
their employers. The evidence obtained
by the Inspectors shows conclusively that
the broker knew the cards were stolen
when he purchased them.
The department redeems post cards
from the original purchaser at S per cent
of their face alu(. Some time since a
Representative and an ex-deputy com
missioner of police of the City of JJew
York requested the Third Assistant Post
master General to redeem over 1.000,000
cards for a constituent The Inspectors
Investigation developed the fact that these
cards were the property of a broken en
gaged In this Illegitimate business who
had purchased them by methods ex
plained above. Another dealer confessed
that, on the assumption that the next
Postmaster General would redeem cards
at IS per cent of their face value, he waa
buying them from JS to 30 cents a 100. and
at the present time had en hand over 500,
000. These are but a few of the many In
stances with which the department haa
become acquainted, not onlv In the city
of New York, but In other large cities of
the United States The Investigation dis
closes that stamps stolen from post
offices ultimately reach the market
through these stamp, brokers The In
dictments rendered are hut the beginning
of the department's determination to put
an end to the Illegitimate marketing of
stamps stolen from employers or by
yeggmen from post-offices.
SHEPAKDS GOING ABB0AD.
Rumored Ihnt Upon Itftorn Former
Miss C.onld Will F.nter Society-
New York. Jan SI It was announced
to-day that after a stay of about a week
at the bride's home In Tarrtown, Mr.
and Mrs Flnley J Shepard. who were
married yesterday, will go to Europe for
an extended honeymoon
Upon their return. Mrs. Sheparn, who.
as Miss Helen Miller Gould, has worn
half mourning for more than twenty
years, wlll lav aside tne drab colors.
wlll abandon the seml-secluslon of more
than a decade, and accede to the wishes
of her brother. George Gould, to take
her place in society.
Mrs. Shepard has given orders for the
making of some elaborate gowns, and
In future wlll take part In the social
life of the exclusive set.
LURED BY FOOTLIGHTS.
Kochrstrr Woman, Held Thief,
Tells of Iter Downfall.
Baltimore Jan. 23. Mrs Dolly Calrnes.
twenty-two, a brunette, of Rochester,
N. Y.. and wife of J. W. Calmes, la be
ing held by the police here to-day charged
with stealing a trunk containing cloth
ing and T10 In cash from Edward Scott,
a vaudeville actor.
The young woman admits the theft,
and says the lure of the stage caused
her to leave her husband and child In
Rochester. She said she took the trunk
because she had been deserted and left
penniless by Scott, for whom she had
WBIGHT TTTTT.Tt TOR GRAHD JURY
Nesrro Accused of Flrlnff On Realtr
Clerk Arralsmed In Court.
Pleadtn not guilty to a charge of at'
tempting to kill Howard A. Burns, clerk
In the rent department of jhe realty firm
of Stone &iFalrrax. after a quarrel con'
cernlng payment of rent on Wednesday
afternoon, J. F. Wright, negro, forty-five
years old. of 509 U Street Northwest, waa
arraigned In Police Court yesterday and
held In $5,000 bond for action of the grand
Attorney Thomas U. Jones, counsel for
Wright, Intimated yesterday to Judge
Mullowny that Wright is probably suf
fering from mental trouble. According
to Jones. Wright haa been treated for
mental ailments in four hospitals In the
last fourteen ear.
Killed Trylnsr to Rctcne Child,
Canfield. Ohio, Jan. 3. After he had
rescued his wife and daughter Evelyn,
aged twelve, from their burning home
early to-day, Curtis Shafer lost his life
when he rushed Into the hsuse to save
his daughter Efne. aged (fourteen, who
was also killed when the roof crashed
down upon them. Mrs. Shafer and Eve'
lyn were fatally burned before Shafer
could reach them, ana tne son. will
lam, aged ten, was painfully Injured.
Itnlil Three Oplnm Pens.
Paris. Jan. H French police, who are
Investigating the' opium traffic In France,
to-day unearthed three more opium dens
In Toulon. They charge that opium was
furnished to the proprietors by officers
In the French navy. Naval officers and
sailors chiefly frequent the dens.
WA WAK UN
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Best Tub Butter . . 32c lb.
916 La. Ave. N.
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806 N. Capitol Street. Tel. L. 1366.
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Come to the New Store.
J. S. Gurevich
1501 S St. N. W.
Groceries and Home-Dressed Meats
And Provisions of Finest Quality
Branch Store, 12th &KN.W.
Thone Main S48
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Always the Best
Meats, vegetables, groceries, and fruits
of every sort, delivered promptly
JOSEPH J. CAYLOR
1033 Sixth Street N. E.
We give Herald S35M0 contest vote.
The Groceries that
621 7th St. S. W.
Phon M. 6333.
We slw Jlerald 933,000 contest -rotes.
FIST BLOW FATAL.
Colored Mnn Hies Follow Inc riant
Knocked unconscious by a blow In the
face in a barroom fight. Thomas Snow
den, colored, thirty-five iears old. of
Uncolnville, D. C. died yesterday after
noon while being removed to Casual t
Hospital In an ambulance.
As soon as physicians pronounced life
extinct. Sergt. Tales and Policemen Ryan
and Dellamlco. of the Ninth Precinct.
arrested Thomas Sharp, alias Buck, col
ored, twenty-four years, old. of 1S2 Tur
ner street rtortneast. on a cnarge ot
According to the police. Snowden was
knocked unconscious while fighting with
Sharp In Lawrence Mack s saloon, at 1CS
H Street Northeast.
An Inquest will be held this morning.
THREE MORE TRIPS FOR TAFT.
President rinns Several Short Jour.
ncy llrforr Starch 4.
President Taft has closed engagements
by which he will make three more Jour
neys out of Washington before he re
tires from the White House on March 1
The first will be to-morrow night, when
he will go to Baltimore to be the guest
of the Merchants and Manufacturers'
Association a( Its annual dinner.
Union League Club, of Philadelphia, will
give a Lincoln Day dinner In his honor
February li and the American Peace
Arbitration League, of New York, will
give him a Washington s Birthday din
ner on February :2.
BAND CONCERT TO-DAY.
Br the I', fi. SdUlm' Bom Rind, John
8. M. Zlmaermmnn, director. Suoler Ball.
330 v. ra
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Fhiaie'-fbe' llklriiht Klrer"" '."".' "llazrr
"Tlie 9ur Sptnglrd Danaer."
Eggs, 28c lb.
W. Tel. M. 228
Z5,000 contest votes.
If it's good to eat,
We have it !
Groceries, Meats, Provisions,
Vegetables, Fruit-', and Candies.
J. A. Keys,
3701 New Hampshire Avenue.
Phone, Col. 3822.
Vleeive Herald $12,000 contest votes.
PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE
Seventh and Eye S. W.
Phone M. 774.
W e give Herald 925,000 contest votes.
FAJIOIS CHOCOLATE MINTS,
The Box. 10c.
2006 Fourteenth St. ". W.
Phone N. 36S1.
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contest, and labels from Wood-Dais
Boxes are redeemable for Herald
(F. M. HODGES, Prop.)
Dressed whlls you wait and absc
1800 T Street N. W.
Phone X. 379.
We gtve Herald 35.000 contest votes.
Win, H. Leimbach
Meats and Provisions
Game in Season
Cor. Sixth and G Streets S.W.
PHONE MAIN UTS.
Automobile for special delivery use.
Wo arlve Herald 123.000 contest votes.
BEE HIVE MARKET
Corn. 4 cans rsc
Evaporated Milk. 3 cans ;Tc
Mixed Nuts, 2 lbs 5c
Salmon, tall can. 9c. 3 cans 5c
9th and 31 Streets.
Phone N. 3391.
We clve Herald K5.00O contest votes.
$1.00 Qt. $3.50 Gal.
Ohio Port. Bherry. Catawba. nnifC
Blackberry. Gallon OC
Let us Have Tour Sunday Orders.
423 412 Street S. W.
Tel. 51: Main.
We aire Herald 3&fi00 contest votes.