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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. FRIDAY. JANUARY 24, 1913.
Shampooing This Way
Is Genuine Pleasure
"The time has passed when women
Klve over half a day to a mussy, un
satisfactory shampoo," writes Mr. Mae
Martjrn, authority on beauty, "and now
instead of going to the hairdresser,
she performs this toilet function in
her own home, taking but a few min
utes and obtaining far more satisfac
"A teaspoonful of canthrox dis
solved In a cup of hot water makes
sufficient mixture for a delightfully
soothing and cleansing shampoo This
makes a rich, white lather that dis
solves all dust and dandruff, neutralizes
excess oil and cleanses every strand of
hair. BlnMng leaves hair and scalp
Immaculately clean and promotes a
healthy condition In both With can
throx shampoos a luxuriant growth of
Blossy hair, richly beautiful In Its nat
ural tint, 1 certain to be the legacy
of every w oman "
2315-2317 18th St.
Phone Columbia a.
Wholesale and Retail.
We Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
Clv Herald SSS.O0Q oilnl Totaa.
907 F St. f
Better have tboe eyes attended
to novr. Delaya are often harmful.
cite Iftrt In The Tlenld i 3 000 Contest.
For Satisfaction Just Try
5 A rich, mellow, Miiooth
i. Whiskey that 'hits the spot" as 4,
4 a bewrage. and is an ideal me-
i Sydney Guggenheim.
t 1632 14th SL N.W. North 813 X
-J. We OUo crfrs in Utraldi $2 000 Contest.
VTV V VV TVTT VT ? vXWVV TVtT V
Holes like this are rasy
for us1 Send jour shoes to
Ins and get them back prac
HOME SHOE REPAIR CO.
719 9th St N. W.
Work Called For and
We Ohe Votes In Tlic Uenldi
WASHINGTON BUTTON CO.
Phone Main 1031.
912 New York Ave. N. W.
It Ifs a Button. We Have It."
We ;lv- vote. In The Herald
26 H Street N. E.
Washington's latest and most op-to-data
Sample Shoe Store has re
eently opened with the most com
plete stock of sample shoes ever on
the market. 'Twill pay you to calL
We ctve Herald 2540O contest Tctea.
If your clothes are worn out of
shape, or soiled, well fix them up
to look like new Expert cleaning,
repairing and pressing.
W. H. FISHER
700 Mh St. nw.
rhone M-1153 and We 1I1I Call.
We Cite Vote In The Ilenli s 2.000 Contest.
513 12th St. N. W.
TTg GIib Yotw te TNe HcnM s C3.00B GootMt.
CCtops lining bur. rcllere tUndrutt, aoot&a., f
LCirtir'i Laboratory Cx
308 F ST. U. ll L
Aik ta Cuter Bfeunpoo Croatia,
Q Oer Ubel redecxnibl ia 323.000 coeteat fa R
co tou for edi pentr R&rtacated ta Vu
nun uli prlet.
V Glr Totes In Tba BettU s E3.0C0 rvtwL
Means natural flas-or and highest nu
IIOHEMAOB BREAD AND PICA.
2106 Pa. Ave. W. 25
We Oil. Vote, la Tin HgaM a C3.CCS Contest.
No Storage Charges for
Reasonable rates on storage, hauling;,
and pecking;. Bstlmatea furnished. Ex
UNION STORAGE CO.,
rhone M. 4374. 1911 Ta. Arc.
W Glr. otcs in Tba Brrald i K3.000 Contest.
Call up Main 1419 for All Kinds
of Printing Supplies.
J. W. JORDAN
623 D Street N. W.
Gin teta la Tin Bmlds I3.S OmttsV
TOPICS OF INTEREST TO EVERY WOMAN
Prejudices Mean Nothing
When Once Brushed Away
Ily FRAKCES SIT 4.FFER.
In the report of the New York Bu
reau of Labor Statistics prepared by
Senior Statistician George-. A. Stevens.
the chapter on "Women Printers in
cludes a right 'interesting- editorial
written by Horace Greeley In the New
It was back In Id. but some of the
self-same ghosts that haunted the
dreams of compositors In those days
are still stalking abroad to disturb
the peace of men workers In other In
dustries and professions.
It seems that the Journeymen print
ers had prepared a manifesto against
the employment of women in tvpeset
tlng. which thej asked to have printed
In the Tribune The grievances which
the printers wished to air were fairly
numerous, and a cry "natural." so they
The asserted that women could be
cmploved at much lower rates than
men demanded and were "properly en
titled to." If vou please, and that con
sequents employers would clve women
the preference and they would be left
out In the cold.
Then they declared their belief that
no possible good could come from the
plan to take women from the sphere
of action that God intended them' to
occup. as evidenced b their "physi
cal end mental qualities" And any at
tempt to take them awa from the
position they held In life "should be
met with that opposition from the
American people which would be ex
erted against immorality and vice."
And one says, alas for the poor
tromin' AH the) were tnlnc to do
was to learn and practice a trade which
would permit them to lay aside the
needle which they were plying at starva
tion price, because it was practically
the only work they knew how to do
Hut that did not finish the story of
wrongs, ns told b tho compositors.
Tlie said that all the honeyed talk
of the press In its apparent desire to Rive
workingwomen a wider field for their
activities was the cheapest kind of pre
tence, a flimsy disguise for the real pur
pose "to depress the libertv and reduce
tre wages or males. And they tleclared
that with Women flocking Into the busi
ness wages would fall so low that the
inevitable result would he that wives
would hae to work side bv sldo with
husbands In order to gain the same
compensation that husbands earned alone
under the rulings In wiser davg
And so, with all these grievances well
In mind. tliev felt themselves quite Justl-
nea in refusing to work in any estab
lishment where women were employed
Mr. t.rrrlr Took. a. Hand.
And then Mr. Greeley took a hand.
He said thev certainly did have a right
to staj ouf If they wanted to. and to
influence other printers to do the same
If they could
But as to their fears that women would
supplant them, or seriously reduce their
wages, in told Mr Compositors' that
thej were neither wise nor manlv ll
pointed out that girls who married and
had other interests to look after would
stop setting tipe, unless they were so
luckless as to get worthless husbands
who did nothing to keen the pot boiling.
Then." he added, "they must work, and
jou ougnt not to be mean enough to
fctop them, or drive them back to making
snirts or wnuing snoes at 3 or t EhUllnss
per day "
In this easier period for women does
the traged of that shirtmaking, shoe
binding appeal strike In If they had
cen received a decnt wage for their
work with the needle'
Then Mr Greeley turning In another
direction and told the protesting com
positors that, waxing theologic and pious,
they referred to the "sphere of action God
designed woman to occupj of her 'pur
ity and of the 'Immorality and vice" she
must Inevltablv sink into should she be
admitted into the composing room to st
tvpe bes'de vou " And he admitted that
sometimes there might be force to these
suggestions, that sometimes the company
might be very bad indeed, but he naively
Inquired' Did it never occur to j ou that
tnis is her lookout rather than yours'"
He assured them It was all right and
quite fair to warn her of the moral at
mosphere she might encounter, but when
thej assumed to tell her that she would
not be allowed to set tjpe because of the
corrupting Influences, the were carrjing
the joke a little too far.
Told ot to W'orrj.
Then the great editor told them not to
worry, that women never would seriously
Interfere with their printing craft, that
much of the work on a big newspaper was
too heavj, and the requirements were too
Have You a Disordered
I Stomach and Liver?
Do you start the day feeling that the whole world is against
you? You cannot hope to "make good" under these cir
cumstances. Nobody can. You must have a clear brain
and every organ in perfect trim to do justice to yourself.
Dr. Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery
Will Bring Quick Relief
Dr. R. V. Pierce found years, ago that a glyceric
extract of Golden Seal and Oregon grape roots,
queen's root and bloodroot with black cherry bark,
would aid in the assimilation of the food in the
stomach, correct liver ills and in nature's own way
enrich the blood, tone the "entire system and con
sequently help in the restoration of perfect health. Many
who have used Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery tes
tify that they have been restored to health when suffering
from stomach and liver ills. Let this famous old medicine
start today to lead you to health and strength.
Now if you prefer you eon obtain Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription tablet of your druggist
at flper box, also in 50c size or send BO one-cent
stamps toR.V. Pierce, Buffalo, for a trial box.
Yon can learn mil about hygiene, anatomy, medicine, etc., from the
People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, by Dr. R. Vv Pierce, a newly
revised, up-to-date edition of which is now offered, In cloth covers.
post-paid, for 31 cents In one-cent stamps, to cover cost of wrapnine ""1' ". but Dr. Fterce'e
and mailing only. Address, Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel. Buffalo, K Y. ?ni"uiwr'?o5naorit?,i
. , . , bnittlr urtM it nsf u iprin
EDITED BY-JULIA CHANDLER
exacting. But there was some that they
could do as well as men, and the com
positors might better bow gracefully to
the entrance of gfrls In their particular
field "you must land there at last, and
you may as well go there at first."
And he warned them to "Just leave the
girls alone, to work at printing or some
thing else as their (not jour) sense of pro-
priety and perception
what is best
for them shall dictate."
A very wise man, Mr. Greeley, and an
Mr. Stevens' recital of the story of
women printers Is particularly striking,
because It shows to these who read be
tween .the lines, the utter mcanlngless
ness of prejudices, once they are brushed
CANDLES ARE COMING s
v INTO FASHION AGAIN
The candle Is a more popular article of
use and decoration to-day than for many
If jou don't believe It visit the art
shops and see the multitude of candle
sticks and holders offered there For all
the modern convenience of gas and elec
tricity, there Is something so cozy and
attractive about a candle light that
ewery' woman likes at least two -candlesticks
or her bureau
Some of the candle holders are of rare
beaut'. The inexpensive little ones done
in plain whits china with a rough finish
suggest marbl- articles and are very
pretty. The glass and the china ones
decorated in Dresden effects are among
the most popular of alL The Japanese
candle holders, too. are pretty
AH sorts of candles, too, are offered.
The plain whlto ones are really in the
lest tasto for ever day use. the colored
ones being saved for table decorations
and such things on festive occasions It
will pay to get the good, white tallow
candles, which burns Jonger and brighter
than the purer white wax ones
Sometimes It Is hard to make n candle
fit the holder. Instead of shaving off the
end of the candle to fit the holder, dip
candle in vcrc hot water until It
softens enough to- be pressed Into the
holder It will te pressed securely
this way and none of the candle will be
A hint about blowing out a candle.
too. will save bother Alwavs blow the
candle out with an upward blow Hold
the candle high and extinguish it with
a sudden breath This will leave the
wick standing erect readj for the next
lighting A blown-down wick Is hard
to raise up
This skirt can be used to complete a
coat suit or It can be wo-n with separate
shirt waists. It Is a four-gored model
with an under box plait at each seam
Serge or broadcloth can be used to make
The pattern. No 4jJJ, Is cut in sizes
22 to 32 Inches waist measure Medium
size requires S jards of Js-lnch material
The above pattern tan be obtained by
ending 10 cents to the pattern depart
ment of The Washington Herald
itoa'tMimM-Mar-y-uiggufcMwels. Dr. Pierce's
Pleauut Pellets repriate rod iivigerate stowach,
liver ami towels. Sagar coated, .tiny granles.
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4 . . s
VELVET AND SATET.
This sketch shows how a pleated skirt
can be made without a flare The
pleated part Is of charmeuse with a
fvelvet flounce lclow It, both of the same
shade of Bra
The coat, made of the velvet, has a
vest of white moire closed with crjs
tal buttons A bla k enameled leather
belt Is worn
.WOMEN NAME OFFICERS.
DUtrirt II ranch of Hl-r nml llnr
hirH CuiiRrms Mrct.
Th District branch of tho Woman'
National Hlvcm and Harbors Congrrsn
held a meeting jcstcnlas at the New
Wlllard Thre vn an Hddroi on th
watfr supplies alv a short address by
Mlfes Kdthirine Mcart. viic jircMdcnt
from lrgtnla The prim ipal xubjet t dis
cussed was the purlflnz of the pol
luted "stream A commlttie was appoint
ed to act on the bill Introduced by Mr
Carlln. of IrfHnla, now pendlnc lcfore
Congress, for an appropriation to cover
the expenses ot analvzlng waters of the
Tollowlnc are the otIUers for the eniu
Ins vc-ir To succeed Mrs I). I". Fletcher
as president Mrs. Leonard II Wilder:
vice president. Mrs F. II Newell; sec
retary and treasurer, Mrs Arthur John
son, chairman of education. Mr. W E.
Andrews, president of the Federation
SUNSHINE SOCIETY TO MEET,
Prominent AV omen to vddrria Or-
gnnlratlon at Srw llalciRh.
The District Sunshine Society will meet
this afternoon at the New Raleigh,
which time addresses
Mrs Margaret Dje
the legislative committee of the District
W C T. U . Mrs. Fred T. Dubois, head
of the "big sister ' and "big brother'
movement, and II C Martin, superln
tendent of the Boj Scouts. Several of
the bojs from Wie scout organization will
be in attendance
The soeietv ilso will be addressed bj
a representative from the local Woman
buffrage headquarters, who will tell of
the plans for the pageant and tableau to
be given March
From the New Totk Pros.
Kvervthintr that Is seasonable In sum
mer can be had'in New York in mid
winter, even mosquitoes
The Best Physicians
Gave Him Up
I arts attacked with a ssrera
Derroos disease, which was cstuied
bra disordered stomach snd Ut
fr."wrltosta. Jab D bmi.tl
Wsjhbarn. TenD, Boats . Box a.
ABjmy meads tMncht I would
die and tba best physicians f's
jnecp. I was advised to try Dr.
Pierce's Qoldea Vied leal Siaeor.
jry. and dartTtd much brasllt
from ssn My ess had ren so
10BS. It had Mram. an ,hmnl,.
that notatn would cSect a per-
tonic, and further adrlss sills .
people to tas Dr. Here s medl
elnes before their dlsesses hsrs
ran so Isdi that there Is noehanee
to bs cored.
Rivalry Grows Keener as the
Since the announcement published last
Sunday, In which Illustrations ot the
foremost awards and the relative stand
ing ot leaders among contestants were
featured. Interest In the contest has In
Midnight on February 23 Is the closing
This means thirty-five days of acllve
vote-setting, which will make, the final
spurt a memorable occasion.
The Advocate and his assistants are
being overwhelmed with votes, each day
rolling up a larger volume than Its-predecessor.
Every one in the contest will receive
an award. But that fact Is not causing
any cessation of efforts on the part of
On the other hand, they are striving
with might and main to land the higher
The $5,000 house and lot, purchased
from II. R. Howenstcln Company. 1311
F btreet Northwest. Is located on the
southeast corner of Tenth and D btreets
Northeast. It Is In the m!dstof a pros
perous, growing, and refined neighbor
hood, and adjacent to a through car
line This house Is one that the owner
can take pride In. It is a home in every
sense of the word
Six commodious rooms and bath Insure
plent of space It has hardwood finish
throughout and polished floors. The front
Is of pressed brick and the porch is In
colonial design, overlooking an attractive
Large closets, oak mantels, polished
floors, combination electric and gas
lights, hot-water heat, laundry trajs.
and servants tlosets combine to make
this one of the best equipped homes It Is
possible to build and tu sell for $5 0
The four U.ZA automobiles to be given
a second awards to Herald contestants
ma be seen at the establishments from
which thej were purchased Here is the
Reo touring cars, purchased from
the Rarnard Motor Car Company, 111
Fourteenth Street Northwest: one Over
lind touring car, purchased from the
Overland Washington Motor Company,
3 Fourteenth fctrcet Northwest, one
btudebaker (K-M-F) touring car, pur
chased from the Commercial Auto and
hupplj Company Incorporated. 1311 New
Jork Avenue Nortlwaest.
TImi four Conover'Rabv Grand Pianos.
purchased from Percy Foster, and the
four hehubert Player Tlanoj and four
Schubert Upright Pianos, purchased
from tho Jeph Hall Chase Piano
Compan-. are dilaved at the Contest
liulldlng. Til Thirteinth btreet North
west Htm also nre exhibited the ma
jority of the other awards
In a few rtajs The dvocate will pub
'li a isimplete list nf contest awards
The dvocutes spot ial awards. Intro-
duct-d as an auxlllarj feature to assist
trstants in securing votes, have been
Psrticulars concerning the special
award now being offered will be found
on the two-page section In to-day's Her
ald Any one. whether a contestant or
not. Is eligible to compete for the extra
V list of winners if special awards al-
readj delivered follows
Mrs M V Thompson 1213 N Street
Northwest on November 22. 1912. received
I a certificate for a lady s 3 suit
I Mr J Finlej, sa c Street Southwest.
on November 23. I'll received a certifi
cate for a gtntleman s 3J suit.
C V. Gates, 149 beaton Street North
west, a Schubert upright piano valued at
Jlflo. on December T. 1911
Mr O J Le nau. 1113 Eighth Street
Northwest, a CM Rrafonola. on Decem-
ner n. ni:.
Mr G H. Conncll loo K Street North-
will be made Dyi"1' " -"" 'r Baby Grand piano.
Kills, chairman of "fdat J' on January li lSli
me iisi oi me twenty leading conest
nnts In each district, arranged in the or
der of their relative standing, which we
print below, should not create undue con
fidence on the part of the leaders and
near-leaders nor should those whose
nsmes do not appear In this list of the
elect lose heart-
C. It. Comnell. 3315 l t. nw.
M. naddoek, Florence Court.
J. I Frer. 122 30th St. nir.
Mrs. C. I.jnn. 71 S SSd t. nir.
Kdna n"rll. Mil II St. BTr.
J. I. lotinc. 2T.00 Win. lr.
n. -W Ciller, 11)1.1 Pa. ve.
I. M. Hart. 1010 Taltert S.
It. C. Harris, 10.-. 34th St. nrr. ,
Frank Lavrxsa, 3)1: M M. nrr.
K. It. Green, Tennallytoirn.
G. K. Pel auKbn, 224 F S. nw.
Irene I.ampVIn, lOOI 23d si. nrr.
R. H. niabork. Apt. 404. The rlaxa.
Sirs. t'. II. Rvann. 1029 .loth St. ntr
Mr. II. T. Darnellle. 2SI0 Q St. nir.
John Cropper, 1157 20lh St. nrr.
G. . Cornier. 1204 M. vr.
I- J. Krltley. .1023 Dumbarton Ave.
II. B. VA ellman. .M)33 M St.
Mrs. C. K. Campbell. The SI. Larrrene..
T. A. Taylor. The Olympla.
lira. A. II. lion re r. 101 u st.
I- A. Wldnilrr. 2107 lt M. nir.
Mn. n. II. nianton. 4412 Kinin Ire.
Mra. Mlchaelaon. 3004 14th St. nir.
Mlaa K. A. Forney, 612 It. C. Chnreh lid.
K. C Doaher. The antueket.
11. I SteTrason. 157 U St. nir.
J. E. Lynch. 4007 nth SI. nw.
hit. Bakrnmlth, 3670 -. II. tlr, nw.
Mayoa Caraaban. 1712 Rnrllrf 9t.
C. Wbeatler. 132S Florida Ave.
M. C Beanlae. 2000 Flaa-er Place.
G. D. Price, 2601 Geonsla Ave. nw.
Mrs. B. Burner, lilt Irvlnsr St. nw.
Mra. J. H. Breen. 1713 Euclid St. nw.
"V. D. Parker. 50 thannlna; St.
Ionia nlcfcrrtnn. 724 Kuelld St.
Mlm :v. G. Fltzalmmona, 3578 13th
O. J. Le Bean. 1115 8th St. nw.
Frank Gerarl, 1235 G St. nw.
Mra. 31. F. .Thompson, 1215 V St. nw.
E. H. Glascock. 11 II St. nw.
B. A. TowsA. 40O 31 St. ntr.
C. F. Ilerrn. o. 4 Truck Co.
R. I. Hawllnic. 133 K St. nw.
Mlaa Grace Turner. 1310 Mass. Ave.
J. Flnler. 331 C St. aw.
Mlaa cllr Phillips. 704 C St. aw.
Mlaa I- It. Lone, 61.1 Florida Ave. nw.
MU J. . Bloomer, 1017 10th St. nw.
A. A. Preston. 431 4th St. nw.
Harry Cohen. 722 4th St. nw.
Elisabeth Bursa. 6.10 (I St. nw.
II. L. Poynton, 7 N St. nw.
C S. Chapman. 120 F St. nr.
Mra. M. C. Sweeney, 473 I St. aw.
3IIs Edith Warren. 1216 loth St. nw.
Mrs. B. II. Gibson, 706 X. J. Ave. nw.
II Ins F. D. Kapey, 123 111b St. ne.
Thomas Solllran, 610 Elliott St. ne.
Mra. F. 31. Fuitltt. 60.1 S. C An. if.
Jamea Qulcley. 233 C St. ne.
Mrs. I- G. lletnllne. His N. c. Are. ae.
I F. Simons. 034 .1th St. ne.
O'Learr. 723 zv. uapltol St.
R. H. Alcorn. 1000 B St. ne.
II. IV. Lewis, 720 nth it. ar.
Dr. II. K. nntlrr. 230 0th St. ae.
Marsruerlte Smith,' 431 G St. ne.
G. R. Georges. 1707 Ft. Drive ae.
Msltle Jones, 831 I. It. ae.
C. X SasuFciHon. 331 C St. ae.
Marsrsret Caaaella. 403 C St. ne.
Daniel Murphy, 39 O St. ne.
Bin. 51. Ronatree, 007 4th St. se.
G. J. Jseirer. 007 4th St. se.
Blanche Slple, 142S Ann St. as).
P j THE BUSY CORNER
letifiici Ont.it jf These
Skirt and Dress Lengths
of Fine Wool Goods
time aa this is a golden harvest time for those who have had In mind the
purchase of material for waist or skirt, because the savings are worth
Jl.IS to tZSO SERGES,
Cloths, Cloaklngs, Panamas, Pop
lins, In black and . colors;
lengths from 2 to 5 yards. SO,.
A vard .". O'C
"MILL ENDS" of All-wool Batistes. In colors and black; all in
short lengths Worth 50c a yard. Sale price, a yard 1C
Bargain Tables Street Floor.
For Purity and
'Tis Made in the Most Scientific and Sanitary Ice Cream Plant
in the World.
See Your Reliable Dealer.
Ask for "The Velvet Kind" Ice Cream. SAVE THE CAR
TONS. They are valuable, and will be redeemed by The Wash
ington Herald for votes in their $25,000 contest One-half pint
good for 10 votes." One pint good for 20 votes. One quart good
for 35 votes. In freezers save coupon. One gallon good for 125
CH APIN-S ACKS
IHsh-CIass Standard Drawing-room Sleeping; Cars, Club and Library
Observation Cars. DIiIie Cars Sopplled from Beat Markets of the World.
Tlates and Steamer Reservation. Janan Cfelaa, Philippines, Around the
A. J. POSTON, General Agent, J rsrv?v'
PURPOSE OF REVISION
Chairman Underwood, of Ways and
Means Committee, Reiterate
A reiteration bv Chairman Underwood,
of the House Ways and Means Commit
tee, which yesterday concluded Its hear
ings on the cotton schedule, that "the
primary purpoie of a committee In re
vising the tariff was to raise revenue,
and tint protection to American manu
facturers was only Incidental." marked
the hearing. Charles M Howard, a p-lnt
cloth manufacturer, of North Adam,
Mass . told the committee he could not
understand Its attitude, and that he
would like to be enlightened
"Even It the reductions we make in
the tariff." said Underwod. "do not bene
fit the consumer bv lowerlntr the prices
which he has to paj for the necessities
of life, we expect to beneflt-hlm Indi
rectly by Increasing the revenues neces
sary for pa ine the expenses ot me, sov
ernmcnU W'o do not Intend to write
any rates Into tnettu wnicn no not
provide for a. reasonablo amount of Im
portations and a consequent revenue to
the government." -
Howard disputed the Undines of the
tariff board in relation to the cost of
proOuclns print cloth here and abroad
The board found that In some cases this
process cost the American manufacturers
less than it did the British manufac
turers. Howard declared this wan not
io, an urg-ed a 5 -per cent preferential
In favor of manufacturers here.
Arthur II. Low. of FHchburc. Mas .
a manufacturer of gingham, said his In
dustry lost IS3.000 last year. Ho appealed
for a continuance of high duties.
Boy Corn Grotrera Vlalt Xsry "rd.
Tho twenty-three, boy corn growers,
who have beeni In Washington for the
paat week had a busy day jesterday.
Thev visited the Capitol and after see
ing bulness transacted In tho Senate
and House expressed themselves as not
being very much Impressed with the
nation's wiseacres. They believe Secre-
trv Wilson of Agriculture and his auues
are far more Important to the country
than are both houses of Congress
In the mornlnr thev visited the N'aval
Gun Factory and saw how Uncle Sam
makes his big- guns. They afterwards
visited the Congressional library, and
the Government Printing Office. Last
night they took In the National Theater.
The boys will remain in nasmngion
until Sunday afternoon. Their annual
visit to Washington will be a regular
affair Jlereafter. The Department of
Agriculture will pay all expenses.
Mrs. Ci 11. Colby Speaks.
Mrs. Clara Berwick Colby, of Portland,
Oreg. has started a series or eight lec
tures to be given in ine isew .tooitc.
The first of the series was given yester
day afternoon on "The Dual Personality
of William Sharp and Flnoa MacLeod."
The lectures are gtren under auspices of
the Woman's Federal Equality Associa
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