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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY. JANUARY 27. 1913.
Price Gutters on Pianos.
Wi Bent Hijjr Pints Iff J25 pir Qtirttr.
WE I VOTE YOU to call and
fee tlie MOST BEAtTIFfL LINE
OF TIANOS IN WASHINGTON.
and let us explain how we sell
jou STANDARD MAKE TIANOS
for so MUCH LOWER TRICES
than any other house can offe
THERE'S A REASON
Have yon cer heard the beau
tiful tone of the SCHl'EERT
PIANO and seen Its construc
tion' Well worth jour while in-
Afler jou come we will treat
ou well, because we want to
keep -.our trade and that of
your friends Ol R TIANOS
Ml"ST .MAhb GOOD. OR WE
COME T ONCE. AND SAVE
JOSEPH HALL CHASE PIANO CO.,
nor a st. . m.
jics tth vr. . A,.
North Mde C. Street. Hctween
Thirteenth and Fourteenth
He-aids 12 000 Contest.
Only a Few Left
To Close Out, $6.00
A suhstantiil well built Irunk.
adopted b the I'nltcd btates
Armj for the enlisted men for
field and other sirMce. where a
trunk of Rreat strens'h and en
durance is required.
The rank is covered all oer
and hi. ind wnh hird tiber. with
he .. steel trimml cs j'1 riveted
on T e interior is 1 bcr lined
Lapeclally ullnhlr for Honk, or
Mnnufncturcd Only Tty
1219 F Street
Phone Main 4406
2315-2317 18th St.
Phone Columbia 8S.
Wholesale and Retail
We Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
te civ Herald .000 content -rota-ay
Sce Etz and See Better"
EDWIN H. ETZ
1003 G" STREET
W e sTire ITernld $2,000 contest Totea,
Xleans natural flavor and highest nu
noiinsiAnc riuad and ties.
2106 Pa. Ave. W. 25
W Gift otrs la TL Uerald i dOutf lontart.
HORNING, 9th and D
Larcest stock ever carried. Also Lacta,
Dry Goods. Hosiery and
MRS. J. A. MOUDr.
:s30CeorUAvc N. W.
W glTj llrU C5.000 comtemt nttm.
No Storage Charges for
Reasonable rates on storage, hatxltBfT,
nnd packing. iUtlmotefl furnished. Ki
UNION STORAGE CO.,
Phone 31. -I1T4. 1011 Pa. Ave.
Wt Glre oui in The HcrtU i t3.M0 Conttst.
Largest Morning Circulation.
I SAVE il
I MONEY -- L
We Glto Wn u
Highway to Annapolis Is In
dorsed by Central Asso
ciation at Meeting
FOR LA F0LLETTE BILL
Resolution Patted Atkins Congress to
Increase Police Force of
Claiming that a military and post road
between this cltj and Annapolis as laid
out and Indicated in a bill to be submit
ted to Concrcss b RcpresentatU e Frank
O Smith of JIarjIand will be of Kreat
and practical benefit to tho citizens of
tho District of Columbia. William J
Neale made a motion at jestcrday's meet-In--
of the Central Citizens' Association,
held il the North Capitol Street Savings
Bank building. L A Rover presiding,
to Indorso the movement and make everj
effort to see that the bill is pushed
through the ConRcs and the enterprise
carried out The motion was unanimous
T M Neale deplored the InefHcicno
of the police to cope with crime In cer
tain sections of the city where there are
not a sufficient number of police A mo
tion made hj him to Join the Federated
Citizens Associations in a resolution to
ask Congress to incrcaso the police force
In this city for tho more effective and
better protection of Its citizens and prop
ertv wss adopted
The Tssociati-m Indorsed n bill Intro
riueed in the Senate b Senator Ia Fol-
Ictte to rcgulite tho rourn of employ
ment and safeguard the health of fe
males employed In the District in am
mill, factor., manufacturing or mechan
ical establishment, or workshop, laundrv.
bakers, printing, clothing, dressmaking.
or mlllinerj establishment, store, hotel.
restaurant ofllce or where anv goods
ro sold or distributed, or by am ex
press or transportation companj, or In
the transmission or distribution of tele
graph or telephone messages or mer
The bill mis indorsed upon motion of
Thomas R KcklofT who --.as seconded
hi William J Xeale
letters from William Coreor-in Eustis
Rozler Dulnn and Eldrldge Jordan were
read in which the expressed their ap
preciation of the congratulations prof
fcred to them b the association and
the promise of Its assistance at the forth
coming inaugural festivities
The following new members were ad
mitted Jimes S Dugan, Daniel Doodj.
and I) D Courtne)
Willlim J NcaU Informed the meet
ing of the dr-ith of James Driscoll. a
member, and made the motion that when
the me"t!ng ndjourned it should do so
out of repect to the memory of Mr
Driscoll. which was done
AGE OF THE EARTH.
It la 1S.OOO Irani In Maklnir,
Says the "penlrr.
The earth is about s.C"1 cars old
according to the reasoning of Genera
Secretary E W. Brenneisen. of the Peo
ple's Pulpit Association of New York. In
his address on Proj-resslv e Creation."
Riven before the Washington Temple
Congregation (nonsectarian) in New Ma
sonic Temple jesterdav afternoon Tho
next thousand scars ho declared, will
see perfection on the earth
Dr Hrcnneisen quoting M Peter 'A
I Lord divided up the Creator's building
o' the tarth into cjclcs of . "1 vcars.
ind argued with numerous scientific ref
erences that the earth Is now in the
final prt of 6 0O) jears of the last
c-vcle, when it is predicted in Hol Writ
that the Messiah is to come to the earth
for the second time for the beginning of
the last Judgment
Formerlj geologists hive tleclared. said
.Mr Rreneiscn. that the earth was onlj
formed after a work of millions of sears
hut at the present, he averred, they are
content to bring the evolution down to
thousands of cars and aro thus coming
to the teachings of the Bible
HARLAN P. MAXWELL BEAD.
peclal Kznmlner In Pension OBIce
Hxplres nt Acr of sixty-nine.
Harlan Pope Maxwell, for thlrtl cars
special examiner for the Pension Office,
died at his home at 119 Maple Avenue,
laKomi I'arK. Ma. .estenla evening.
He was sixty-nine ears old and had
been 111 for three months
Mr llaxmll was born In Pennsylvania
but in arly life he settled in Memphis
Tenn During 1S7& and 1871 when the
clt was snept bj an epidemic of el-
low fever, he was a member of the cltj
council and handled the fund raised to
fight the disease and take care of the
sufferers He was one of the few mem
bers of the cit government who staved
to race tho dangers of the epidemic
In IPC he enlisted as a private In the
Fifty-second Ohio Infantrj and fought
through the war. being raised to the
rank of first lieutenant
Mr Maxwell Is survived bv his wife.
Mrs. Kllzabeth Wood Maxwell, a daugh
ter, sirs c C. Galloway, and a son,
William W Maxwell, all of Washington
They were with him when he died Tho
funeral arrangements will be announced
ELECTORAL VOTES COMPLETE.
Olllelal Copies from rort-r-eitbl
states Have- Dern Filed.
Official copies of the electoral vote for
each of the fort. -eight btates have now
been filed with the President pro tem of
The law requires that two copies of the
ofiicUI electoral vote shall be sent to
Washington from each State one bj mall
and one bj messenger either of these
copies without the other being sufficient
evidence of the result. To be counted,
the vote must be received in Washing
ton not later than the last Monday In
Januar) All mailed copies have been
received, while messengers from forty
States have also filed additional copies
The ballots will be canvassed officially
in the hall of the House of Representa
tives on February 1 the second Wedncs
da of the month. The sealed envelopes
from the various States have not been
opened, but there is little possibllit of
the result being found In any respect dif
ferent from that already unofficially an
nouncedWilson, 433; Roosevelt, 38. and
Describes People of Palestine.
"The New Jews of Palestine" was the
subject of an address delivered by Mr.
Zerubavel before a large audlenc at
Carroll Institute Hall last night. Mr.
Freillghoff, of this- city. Introduced Mr.
Zerubavel, who said that Zul Zionism Is
taking a strong hold on the Jewish people
In all parts of the world
To Cure a TIeaAact
You must first remove the cause. Most
headaches are caused by a disordered
stomach. HorTs Lemon Seldlltx will pat
your stomach In tha pick of condition
and cur your headach In a ttw xols-
MAKES STRONG PLEA
FOR LOCAL SUFFRAGE
Mtj. W. 0. Owes, Retired Army Of
ficer, Addreues Crowd at Typo
MaJ. VT. O Owen. U. 8. A , retired, a
fcrother of Senator Owen of Oklahoma,
made a strong plea for local self-goi, em
inent at Typographical Temple last night.
"I sincerely believe." said MaJ Owen.
"that the District of Columbia should
be represented In both bodies of the Con
gress of the United States, and In all
municipal affairs that they should say by
and of their own motKo what form of
government they prefer to live under and
to namo the Individual men they wish to
administer this government of their own
Ho described the different functions of
the District government, showing how
their authorlt) is derived from different
sources so that the si stem lacks co-or
dination and responsibility.
Tho speaker called attention to th
gross discriminations In the assessment
of real estate In tho District, revealed
bj Tom L. Johnson In ISC and again
unearthed In the recent report of the
George committee of the House
' I do not bellete that voters should be
compelled to return to their States to
otes but that when a voter comes to
this city In the employ of the United
States, we should gle him a ote here.
HORSES PERISH WHEN
LIVERY STABLE BURNS
Place Owned by Norman Corbin
Partially Destroyed and Dam
age It $12,000.
While Norman Corbin, the owner of
a sales stable at 311 Missouri Avenue
Northwest, and a number of emplojes
sat in the office of the stable last night
at 9 30 o'clock, a lire raged in the bat U
of the building Two alarms were turn
ed In and ten pieces of apparatus re
sponded before the (lames were subdued
Eighteen horses were burned The danv
age was about JliOO. half of which was
coiered by Insurance
The horses that were killed were in
tho rear of the building, and It is sup
posed that the flames were started bj
one of the animals stepping on a match
dropped b a stable hand
tamest Lee. of S3 It Mrret North
c-ist, saw the glow of the flaires In tno
alle and. heard the snueetlng or tn
frightened horses He turned in tne
alarm at Pennsylvania Aenue and John
Marshall Place Mr Corbin tlnallj heard
the noise at the retr or the stable, and
as he went to the telephone to call the
tire department, the engines drew up in
'the horses In the box stalls an were
killed, but fifty or more in the front
part of the stable were led out to safet)
The Mall opposite the stable looked like
a circus ground with Its herd of horses
There were about nfty buggies lost in
tho lire There was some damage trom
water In tho building at 313 Missouri
Avenue, used ns a stable b George J
Mueller & Co, but the flro did not rca-h
the structure A fiuantu of hay In the
loft of the Corbin stable also was oc
MRS. MILTON SCORES HIT.
Her Soprano !9oIo One of Fratni-rs
of Saencerbnnd Programme.
The soprano solo by Mrs. Inez bey-
mour Milton was one feature of a
splendid musical programme given last
night at the fourth mulcale of the
baengerbund at the Iiund Hair A large
audience was present
The tenor solo. hlciliano from
Cavalleria Rustlcana. bj Mascagnl, was
sung bv Jowph W hittemore lie pre
sented this gem of the great Itiltan mas
ter with fine umlrrhtandlng and a spltn-
did voice vibrant with feeling and ex
pression Tho following numbers were
alsi favorablv received lto solo b
Mrs Margaret Koontz Hullind. Ilut
solo b Robert Seel, 'cello solo, bv P
Koester, bas solo bv Arthur K Mld-
dleton. i-axophone solo, bv J Bjptli.ta
The ftiale chorus sang two numbers un
der the direction of Mr Gumprecht
WILL DISCUSS CHINA.
Dr. Isaac Ilrndlanil, Former Chinese
MlnloDnn. AMU Speak.
Rev Dr Isaac Headland, of Pekln.
China, will give his famous lecture on
"Vmerici's Part In the Making of
China' at the New lork Avenue Pres
byterian Church to-night at S o clock
Having lived for twentv jears In China.
Dr. Headland has had an experience and
an Intimate knowledge of the conditions
This lecture Is one of a series of seven
addresses Dr Headland is to deliver on
conditions In Chini.
I . PcpL of AGncuItttrp Wrttfifr nurrso.
affcinslon. SurxUr Jt-mary 36, ln3 8 p. m.
The Ohio Itlrrr Is TmrlT t a tid it Culrr.
atje of IS 9 ft ha-ins tsm rrwrxled Sunday mon
Inz a rt" tl 0. foot In II hours.
Tha losrr Misa-!pnt niter cootinuM to ri.e and
do Chandra from nrrtouA forccuu are iDdicatrd at
Tcmpe-atm- Is Mill abnse the xrasonal a-traco
orrr practically ibe entire counlry.
TheTB will ho rain M-ndar in tho TjjLt flnlf n
South AtliMIc htati-s extruding into tho Middle
Atlantic btates 3Iooday night and continuins Tlifft-
Slorm wee-nine- are displayed en tha Gulf coast
imm "ew oneami to rrnaarola.
The winds mrmz tho New Enrfand and tliMe At
lantle roasU will he moderate to t-riss: sonthwret and
wrat, ahiftina- to north hr Mc-ndar nltht. on
South Atlantic coafct, southeast and south Inarjs-
lnc and etufuns to nottliwrst tloodar night.
Midnight l. "lib. X.(Ln Q S a. m.. 31
laa.35 10 a m., 43. ! noon. 49 2 p. ztu, E7 4
p m. p. m,. au. tv, m., 50 id p. m.. .
Highest. 6), lowtat. S3. Htlaure humidity. I a. m..
91. 2 p. m. - ( p. m.. ST Rainfall (J n. m. to 8
r. m ). 0.0 Hours of Minahlne. 10 P-T rent of
pos-iMe sunshine. 100. TcmntTatura sama date last
rear, ugnest, 36, lowr-t. 3).
Tempcrntnrea In Other Cities.
Tt-mppratn-rs In other cities together with tha
amount of rainfall for the twenty four hours ended at
a p. m. yesterday, are aa lollowa
Max. Min. 1p.m. fall.
Anherille. N C v
Atlanta. Ga. C
Atlanta City, J J S)
Btanarca- N" Dai .... 39
Boxon. Mim 51
Buffalo. " T 48
Chicago, III 48
Cincinnati, Ohio. S
Cheyenne Wyo. X
Darrnport. Iowa 48
Denrrr. Colo 43
Des Moines Iowa 44
Duluth. Minn II
Galmtoo Tex- M
Helena. Mont... ..- 43
Indian-rota. Ind 53
JartaonTine. Fla. 7
Kansaa Utr. 3Io 9)
Utile Itn, Arte 54
Urn Angries. Cal......... 71
Mamuelte. Mich 21
ale-nphrs. Tom SO
ew Orleans La i........M "I
New lork. X. T M
North I-latte. ?ebr .... , 4
Omaha, Nebr 40
l-Miadeipbia, ra. .. . 56
Pittsburg l'a. M
rortlind Mr ... 41
Portland. Oree 42
Hilt Lbe air, Utah .. .. to
St. Lows, Mn SS
St. Taul. Min
baa rranraco. Cal fs
Bpringueld III S3
Tacoma. Wash 40
Taarav fu n
Tolesjo, Ohio .............. SS
Vfc-ksbuR. Miss ..'. 64
House Request for 'Service
Records Keeps Them All
Guessing What It Means.
SKELETONS TO RATTLE
May Lead to Bitterness as b Case of
Promotion of Gen. Leonard
A dragging out of War Department
skeletons and a general rattling of the
dry bones of tho scandals of Army pro
motions will follow the Information asked
for by a resolution of Representative
Linden Kvans, of Illinois, member of
the House Military Committee, who
wants the Secretary of War to send to
Congress the "service" records of all
colonels and officers above that rank.
On Its face, tho resolution asks Inno
cmtly only for Information, but officers
last night admitted that the publication
j of tho service records of the officers In
cluded In Its scope will lead to a revival
of all tho bitterness that followed the
npid elevation out of the medical corps,
ol Gen Leonard Wood, who now stands
at the head of the major generals, and Is
Chief of Staff of the Arms.
Onb recently the effort to give Oen
W W Votherspoon the rank of major
general, which was approved b Gen
Wood and the President, was held up
In the Senate for man weeks. The
bitterness In this caso arose from tho
fact that claims of Gens Funston. Per
shing, Host, and others who have seen
long service in the Philippines were dis
regarded The point made by their friends was
that mere seniority ought not to count
against acti.-ll gallant field rv Ice and
that the true thror of promotion ought
to be for merit
Another case of milltao promotion
tint caused gnat mi ntal dltrtps among
arm officers was th-it of Col Clarence
B Kdwards. head of the Insultr lturcau
at the War Depirtment. to the rank of
brigadier general, ami he now holds tho
command at lrrt I Itussel W'jo
Col Kdwards in the arguments of the
critics, came under the head of "swivel
chair' warrior llo was a favorite with
both President Taft and President
llo sovelt Ills friends, howevrr. provid
that he had done good service In the
Philippines, uiulr Gen Ltwtou and
his nomination went through
Secrrtarj of War will send the records
of colonels and all above them with the
irivitt uffirui i-ipinm nts on them to th.
OBSERVE CHILD LABOR DAY.
Following a custom inaugurated seven
tars ago in the Washington churches to
set aside one Pundav In -ich rar as
Child l.abnr Daj, a iumtcr of tho min
isters in the city delivered strmons jes
terda) urging tho passage of some ade
quate legislation to rimed) man) of the
existing evils prevalent here Not onl)
was tho da) observed In the District
churches but throughout the rountr)
The movement In the Plstrict Is led b)
the National Child I-abor Committee, of
which A J JIcKclway Is secretar)
The chief efforts of the minister!
the District wire towird tho passage
of measures to prevent night work for
ihildreii under -Ighlecn )ears of agi
The) also deplore tho laxltv of the la'
In the Distrh t which allows children
as oung as six )cars of age to appear
in or take part in vaudeville and sing
In moving picture theaters
Uev I li.'irlos Wood, pastor of the
Church of the Covenant, idvocated th
passage of a bill b) Congress prohibit
ing manufacturers to employ chtldren
under lightren cars of ige for night
work Right Rev Ufred Harding.
Dlshop of Washington. Is another promi
nent clergyman hoartll) In favor ol
child labor legislation
TRIBUTE TO MALBY.
Memorial Vers Ices Held for I ate
e YorU Ileprenentnt Is .
Memorial services in tribute to the late
Rcnrescnt-Utve George R Mulbj of N
ork were conductrd at a spec! il session
of tho House of Representatives )estcr
day huloglcs were delivered b) Representa
tive Fitzgerald, chairman of the Appro
priations Committee, of which llr. Malb)
was a member. Representative Merritt.
successor to Jlr JIalb) ; Representatives
Talcott. Falrchlld. and Jlott, also of the
New ork delegation, nnd Representative
Ta)lor of Ohio Former Speaker Cannon
and Representative Pa)ne of New lork
obtained permission to Insert in the Con
gressional Record their tributes to their
Representative Fitzgerald. In delivering
tho principal memorial address, declared
that while ho differed from Mr Malby
politically, he was alwa)sj Impressed
with the latter s strength In his convic
tions and his stand for what he consid
ered right without fear of publlo clamor.
ARRANGE FOR FUNERAL.
Dody of Miss nlrtcll Will Re Taken
T C T Owens and Mrs Owens, brother-in-law
and sister of Miss Resale N
.Elwell, the joung woman who killed her
self Saturday afternbon b) drinking car
bolic acid, reached Washington yesterday
from Winchester. Va . to take ch-irge of
the body of Miss Kin ell for burial The
funeral will be held at 10 jj clock to-morrow
morning at her old home In the
W. IL Elwell. the aged father of the
dead woman, was not strong enough to
stand the Journc), and tho mother is In
a state of collapse Mr and Mrs. Owens
will leave Washington with the bod) this
morning at 9 10 o'clock Resides her
father, mother, and sister. Miss Elwell
leaves a brother, Joseph G Elwell, of
Held for Richmond Poller.
William R Campion, thirty-six )ears
old, a traveling salesman, was arrested
at Union Station jesterday afternoon on
complaint of Richard Goode. chief of
police at Richmond It Is alleged that
Campion passed a worthlesat check on
Mr. Goode for J100 The arrest was made
by Dctectlva Wnrrcn Mullln
President Attends Church.
President Taft attended services at the
Metropolitan Methodist Episcopal Church
yesterday morning by invitation of the
pastor, Kev. ur. james snera .Mont
gomery. The President sat In the pew
that was occupied by Presidents Mc
Klnley and Grant.
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form, acute or chronic, no matter what
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Address JESSE A. CASE.' Dept. 2,
Southeast Corner Fourteenth and G Streets
Capital, $500,000.00 Surplus, $125,000.00
The qualities which should influence
a merchant in forming a banking connection
should be safety, sound business manage
ment, and a willingness to be helpful in
The Federal National Bank possesses
these qualities in the highest degree.
J. J. DARLINGTON, General Counsel
Byron S. Adams
Walter A. Brown
John H. Clapp
J. J. Darlington
Ralpr W. Lee
Wilton J. Lambert
PLANS TO DEDICATE
Second Presbyterian Church to HolcifRer. Wallace Radeliffe Praue Patron
Special Serried on Comple
tion of Building.
Alexandria A .1 Jan X. Tentative
plans wire prpard lo-da) b the elders
and deacons 01 thi second I'rcsti) tcrtan
htirch for the formal opening of the
Westminster Building, now nipldl) ne-ir-mg
completion, located at the northeast
corner of l'rlnce and St Asaph Streets
While no definite date was decided
upon lor the opening. It was planned to
open the building about March 15 next
The attalr will last three nights There
will be a musical and literal-) programme
given each evening and a number ot
promtnint speakers will take part, man)
of whom will be from distant points
Among those who will lie Invited will
he all former pastors of the church, and
It is expected that man) will attend
One night will be known as "Fellow-
shin" night and will b attended by tne
pastors of all of the local cnurcnes in
the rlt). who will bring greetings I""-"
their rtspecttve hurches
The W cs'min-tcr IlulUling. now
Ing completion contains hunda) school
rooms auditorium, gvmnislum. and read
ing rooms It is one or -the bct Mjulp
pd buildings ol the chiracttr In the
Will Ulcet tonnrllmai
A matter of interest which will come
before the lower branch of the City
Counvil at its meeting Tuesda) night Is
the election of a successor to J It
ates. of the First Ward, who recently
tendered his resignation as a member of
Common Council The names of several
(andldatrs have bt.cn mentioned in con
nectlon with tha position
It is expected that a favorable report
will be made b) the finance committee
on a resolution carrying with It an ap
propriation of fl.roo for tho purpose of
taking the annexation suit of the city
to the St-ite Court of Appeals. Papers
in tho caso are now being prepared b)
the attorne)s. Council having reccntl) de
cided to appeal thd case
Arrangements have been completed for
the reception and banquet which will bo
given Clark Griffith, manager ol lh
Washington liaseball team, at the Hotel
Rammel at S o'clock Wednesda) evening
next b) the tardlnal baseball club,
this citv Ma) or Thomas A. Fisher
act as toastmaster It Is expected that
about Ii-3 fans will attend the bannuet.
among whom will be several from Wash
Ma) non-resident clerg) occupied the
pulpits at the various churches to da)
Rev C D Bulla, formerl) pastor of the
Methodist episcopal Church South,
rreached at both services at that church
The morning services at Christ Eplscipal
Church were conducted by Rev. Ur. S
A Wallls, of the Episcopal Theological
Seminar). Services at Trinity M E
Church this morning were conducted by
Rev. Dr TV L. McDowell, superintendent
of the Washington District of the M E.
Church. Resident clergy officiated at the
Suit for divorce on statutory grounds
has been Instituted In the Corporation
Court by Samuel Harrington against his
wife. Minnie L. Butler Harrington. The
complainant Is represented by Attorney
Polk Miller, Tuesday night, will give
an entertainment at tho Elks' Home
under the auspices of Alexandria Lodge
The Decatur Club will give a country
social at Odd Fellows' Hall, beginning
to-morrow evening, which will be con
tinued for four nights.
A meeting of the Alexandria Light In
fantry will be held at Armory Hall to
morrow night, when a second lieutenant
will be elected to fill an existing v acancy.
MAYOR AS TOASTMASTER
t Runqnet to lie Tendered Griffith
In Alexandria Wednesday.
Stmal to Th W ash totton Hcild,
Alexandria, Va , Jan. X.A meeting of
the Cardinal Atldetlc Club was held at
the residence of President B. A. Breen
to-night and all arrangements have been
completed for the banquet, which will
be given at the Hotel Rammel Wednes
day evening In honor of Manager Clark
Griffith, of the Washington baseball club.
The fans are sura to turn out In large
numbers to meet the best little manager
In the American League. Hon. lnoraa
A. Fisher, Mayor of this city, will act
as toastmaster for the Cardinals.
Tha honored guest from Washington
will arrive In Alexandria in time for, the
spread, which will take place at 8 p. ra.
India, tui ItT Tereaculir lisrutxs. '
Arthur D. Marks
Frank B. Noyes
John L. Newbold
Clarence B. Rheem
N. H. Shea
LIFE OF ST. CECILIA
THEME OF MINISTER
of Sacred Music Elaborate
St Cetilia as a p-ttron of thurth music
Hud the life of that saint was the sub
ject of a Khort address b) the Rev. Wal
lace Radillffe at the "sew tork Avenue
Tresbjterlan Churth last night Dr
Radeliffe declared th-it because St
Cecilia went to her martjrdom singing to
musical instruments, she has since then
been looked up to as the patron of sacred
'Music has a strong place in the wor
ship of all churches. ' he said ' It has a
strong appeal to the soul which raises
It above the fuss and turmoil of every
da) life The fact that the lllurtrlous
saint went to her painful death singing,
proves that there Is something of inspira
tion attached to music
" Reall) beautiful mush sffects som
people Just as would a sermon In some
1 rMPects music can be called that Inter-
prrtatlon of poetr) which brim
closest to God For the person who has
an) appreciation at all for the beautiful
no effort Is required to feel the beauties
of good mulc
An elaborate claxic-il musical pro
gramme was rendered b) the churth
choir In honor of St Cecilia s Da
Fifteen new members were added to th
niw local cf the Brotherhood of Chauf
feurs, affiliated with the International
Brotherhood of Team'ters. at a meeting
In T)pographtial Temple )esterday after
noon The total membership now
thirtv-flve Org-inlier J E. Toone and
Delegate Thomas McGUton. of the Cen
tral Labor Union attended the meeting
Marsam Urranan. to years, Wash. tsjl. Hrvfx-Its-hai-l
I". I.rrm 1 112 Oh M. str.
txTfna )t firrtnsrtl. B 505 fth -t m
Charles "iwlri 49 KG Clifton St. n-r
IlmJc N Usrll. S, the rirmisitli.
Mars- Clancy. 40. Emersrnc, Hirstal
VVlUiara II Uouctas 4" tt? Va. tie. ssr.
C-abnel Walker 5R 3B1 K St si.
nnie L Co k n 1 Howard St.. Reno, I d
Mnnl oran. 33 4K 64 St. w
Nannie t. Jenr 5 t.sfrtown Lnlr Hor-p.
s-nes I War B K3I -th :. nw
Mandr Curtis 40 306 O st te
JcMThine Jones. ! dajs, 13 Fla. Are. Hi
lt U estimated that the Viaj-al-a Valla, if enm
pletrlr harrcwfl vtmU yield 500 OTO honersnrfr.
rvuri-alrot to tlie consumption cf W 000 tons of cos!
Also CallitJ Titttr, Silt Rbiia, Prartnt. Hill Crest,
Hlipllt Skli, &c
KC7KM1 CVN HE CUI1ED TO VTAA.
ml -Bh-ra 1 say cuml, I mran just nhat 1 j
C-U It L-D. and not mrrrly ratrfard up tor a bite
to rrtnm worse thmn before ItexBanht-T I mike this
bitMd ttitrmnt ittrr r-utt.ne twtlt inr cf my
Urn ot. this onr div-aw and hand in I fa th.- mttn
time nearly a half to ill ion ram 4 thin dread fi 1 di
easr Now 1 do not tare what all twi hars uurd nor
how many doctor hare told you that jou could not
be curtd-all I ask is inst a chaneo to ahow you tht
you will wnta
guaranteed trratment that will
a dlT than I or anr otw elte
ruuld tn a month t time If you are dcuxl and
discouraged, 1 dare yon to ciie m- a rtiance to irore
Dr. J. L CuaKix, 243 Cost! Block, Sti-lli. Hj
nafcTtncei. Tlilrd National Bank -Vdslla. Mk
CouM jou do a trttrr art than to K-tjd this notica to
sne ro"T saffcrtT of Ecawnat
CONOMY MEAT MARKE
ITlwri U test fooJaiifl sa
t tad it tb t nmniai
t-ricsa. Hiatt, nah. and s-ronaKo
409 Third St. N. W.
Wa Clia sota la Tk UaxaM t.a CcataX.
Ill II If r?UN Risks
H W With the palntln-r.
when you can Kct the
proper faint to meet
jour requirement! at Hodgkln'a.
UAnf-tsafllU'Ca-'a-nllr Paint Store
nUUVllMla O 013 Serentl. Street
W tiT Uerald C3,000 coatcat -rotea.
H PPT A Spanish banquet
m -vine, of wonderful
H Sole Dlatrlbuler
PJ 909 SEVENTH STREET J
421 't. 431 7th St.
417 te 425 8th SL
40 inches uide; beautiful,
fine woven cotton fabric;
looks like the all-wool oilc.
This material is to be one of
the leaders for both street and
evening wear. In these
Light Bine, Fink. lavender,
Yellow, Green, Bose, Peach,
Russet, Cinnamon, Brown,
Gray Copenhagen. Navy,
Cream, and Black and White.
Wash Goods Dept Sth Street
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LCirUr'i Laboratory Os. I
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rttall aaJf erica,
ffa Qhra Vote, la To BarvU a 3.00 CtaetaaU
TASTE SO GOOD
Chocolates and Bonbons
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
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LATEST AND NEWEST DESIGNS IN
N. 1695M 1451PSLR.W.
We sire Herald f 25,000 coat eat vote
rnorxEsiosat. education it accocvt
aner Practical wort fsp-t-lallr aiarifd t9 raea
etsplo-Yd. iS-Fac KiOetio. Call or addms. Dlrtetoe
c( Lducatlon. I. M. O. A . CM O St- U aaMitfoo.
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES
lO Oaieulii St. ce. Unaxa) 13.
ONK nr TIIK Br T KNOW IOI I THfrt!
in the c i. In ccder lr div-PTr talented rrtl It
ilarihli- makes the red iced rate of J3 for ectir
terra (can h xa-d 5-V per leoni lolin.- and mu
fumLthed free J. Fox fA Herald
office or nib wNiu.iTo cvb light
Wahi-tnon. I C Jan U
Tha annual rneetioa of the ahareh.dfT rf t m
WaahiEftoc Gat Ujrht rinrTTy fcr tie etfeticn ot
directon and for melt rtNr tftfirea as nay rr"T
trtj come Nfore. wid mmc.? tl N he d at tht
o9ca of th companT No-. 413-41 15th ct. nw .
MONO IT. rehroary 3 W3 at 12 o clotli noon
Tha rWH ill be cia frwn 12 odock woa to I
o clock i m.
WILLI KM B ORir Feartary
I-WI MIKMK Ol Hr ITH N TUItAU
BOilSsirtfeal 4C0rca book tree. Arrlj tT mail, ll
Colorado Bldff. tree lrtur for wumen Wednesday!
at 2J0 p m. :-tf
Cr t rmr e
B. B. EARNSHAW Ct BRO.
Wholeialera. 11th aad II Sta. S. C
COFFKY On I-rida January "I ll
at her resitenee i.u n --treei .-ort-est
lIt KIRHCOKKH, nidiro
of Titian J Coffe.
runeral senires at the house on lion
da. Januar T7. at 1 3) n m In
I. NCY On Saturdai, Januar 2." I'll,
atll-.p tl S!ls M AGNF- nN
C. daughter of the lati. John and
V lit n Olanr.
I uneral from 1331 Fifteenth street north
west. Tuenda Januar) S at 'J'.
thenee to M M-itthe s Church .it 11
oeloek when mass of requiem will It
nine Interment. Mount OUert Cem-
DEVIN On FricU, Januan Zt l"
MirilAKI neli-Ted son ot Klnani
and Marj Dein. iKd tnent-four
Funeral from his Inte residence "M
Fourteenth treet Northeast on Mon
tia lanuao IT it s TK a m then e
to lloli Narre nurcn nnere mas
., V, . 1 - th of -
GREENWELL On Saturdiy. Janu-iry
3. WW. at 6 IT. p m . SF.RENA M .
wife of the late Daniel C Green-Nell,
ased sixt jears
Funeral from residence. S"G I.lshth
htreet Southwest. Monda. January
17. at IJU p ni l-riuHls and rela
U-.C3 Invited to atttnd
MAfc.l.l- on "Miiiuo Jinuirj .'
1913, 11AM.AN I'AfiK JIAXW KI.I, at
his residence. 1U Maple .Ucnui Ti-
koma Par. Sid
Kolli e of funeral later
Of Eitfl Ucscrl-itioQ ModoaUlj PrUaA
.Ftaaral Dftlmft- Vananl Datn
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
XI EAST CAPITOL 8T
nubtliild VS. CHAB. H. ZUBHOBST. yitt
J. WILLIAM LEE, Funeral Ulreetv
and Kmtalaer Utstt ta ctmnertloo. Owpmodlcwj
Chat-al and Modcro Cttinat--tera. IfodMt pnas.
CI t-aosajhanla An tnr. TsWphons Mala UaA
W. R. SPEARE.
FUNEltAI. DIRECTOR AND EVIBAUIEB.
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON. D. C,
Phones Main St
, FRANK A. SPEARE. Mtutu.
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