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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1913.
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420 to 430 7th St.
417 to 425 8th St
Clearance Sale of
Men's Plain Color Benpa
line Four-in-hand Tics, in the
most wanted shades. Made
Odd lot. of Colored Negli
gee Shirts, nearly all sizes.
Regularly old at
G9c and Tjc" Re- ",
duccd to vjyC
Odd mzcs of Men's Sweater
Cfiat-. that Mild regiilarh at
2 50 Reduced
ALL THIS WEEK
A Surprise of Ix Feature.
7 Magnificent Uhlrtra In Sur
prfnlnc: lal af Mrrnclh ami
IcHIty. af of Hie IlInRllne
IIism," trlrrus. I lrt 'lime In
In the N.01CI SurprKc I'lajlet,
'THE GIRL WHO DROPPED I H"
Thr "Minstrel "onSHlrr.
AX.ltlI Mirpr.HC In Make-up nail
3 Jlalatr I Kfle Clrllc In a
urprt"liU-Tly ( leer MnKlnc and
Van and Vadefte
In the "Crfmun Dasrinc MHter.",
m el That l J-uriirlslngl?-l"uno
See Display on Table.
Elegant styles, leather
lined, brass trimmed ;
finest grades in Russet,
Repairing Trunks, Traveling
Bags, Suit Cases, Pockelbooks,
Document Holders, Mnsic Rolls;
in fact, Leather Goods of all
kinds by expert workmen.
1219 F Street
Phone Main 4406
We One lota in Timid s S2.CCO Crotest
Save Your Shoes
and Save Money
Send them to tin, and set
them back looking like new.
HOME SHOE REPAIR CO.
719 9th St. N. W.
Work Called For and
We Che otn is Tho Xlerald'a
And Provisions of all kinds. Try
our plump home-dressed Poultry.
TOPRP 901USt.N. w.
Mr Girt-Yett is Tha HeiM'i p,(S9 irrnnt, .
f MAXIME I
M Tli Noiel 1 rntTlInqiilot. E
La -nd Thli III lie n llrnl surprise S
Many Who Fought in Spanish
American War to Join
GEN. WOOD A MEMBER
Mattering In of Charter Members to
Take Place Next Wednesday
Tho last call for muster has been sent
out by Gen M Emmet Urcll Camp, No
9. United Spanish War Veterans, and a
lame gathering is expected to Join com
rades of the camp at camp hall. Eleventh
and 1Z Streets Northwest, Wednesday
night, for the purpose of being mustered
In as charter members The camp al
ready has upon Its rolls many of the best
knonn letcrans of the Spanish-American
Capt Henri It Lemly. U S. A . re
tired, one of the charter members of
Urcll Camp, h is loaned to the Depart
ment nf the District of Columbia. Unit
ed Spanish War Veterans, a life-size
painting of Maj Gen Ieonard Wood.
Chief of Staff of tho armi, made whlln
Gen Wood nas Governor General of
Cuba. This painting Is to be hung In tho
hall of Urell Camp, of which Gen. Wood
Is a charter member.
Gen Wood has frequently expressed
his desire to see all tho officers and en
listed men who sericd during the war
nlfh Knnln. the Phlllnnlne lnsnrrMf Inn.
J and the Boxer rebellion, and now resi
dents of the District. Join the United
Spanish War Veterans, not only to per
petuate th friendships made then, hut
to net an example of patriotism to the
lounger men and to strengthen the spirit
of Ioie for the ft.ig and tho Institutions
of the countrv
Man commissioned pfllcers of the
armi. as well as mans- who served as
commissioned officers atid enlisted men in
the lolunteer. hale Joined the cimp
Tho late Gen Mich lei Emmet Urcll. for
whom the camp was named. Is a cher
ished memory to most of the letcrans,
u-d his nimo has -ittrarted many appli
cations for membership In the camp
The Charter Membera.
The following haio been mustered in
as. charter members of I rcll Camp
Mil Gen. Ixjnird Wood. Brigs. Gen
William Crozler, H Garllncton. Will-
,iamir Blxbi and Frank Mclnts re Cols
Chirles C Walrutt. Jr. and Dai Id I..
, Bruinard Lieut Co! John T Thompson.
1 I i. it Ciminander IJiingnton G Banrd.
Mais 'Willnin P Vin Ness and llenr
Leonard Cants Joseph B Morton,
Charles t I orrest Charles M Brock-
Iwii. W C-f'and U S HodBFon.
J n Clarke A E. Hirding. Albert B
1 Fill Senator from New Mexico. Henri"
R Iml and Paul Wuttke. Second
, I leuls Charles o Pierson and Kobert
I A Hiln e Contract .'-urn Jam. s W
Hart Passed Quartermaster Pcrgt Gott
Ileli Vas.ahl Hop tal Steward H II Tet
ttr, ir-rst Class j-crgts n I,. Jacohson.
r C, Murrai and I. N Cullin First
Sergts J Mi Donald, C Ilrnzman. and
James Frecland scrgt Harn F Patter
sen, Quartermaster Serct Thomas F
Dier, Sergts Charles C Wolsc. John J
Pringle. Edward I. Cotran. Alfred It
Mf"Gonegal John Gul'erme. and UnU
1 hit". orps Frederick A Dellar. John
B Matzrn and John Murphv Musician
W F Chapman First Class Apprentice
Frank Ricker Appr nticc Jotm R Dillon,
and Privates John T Griffin Con in V.
Saaw John Johnson. John M Watts,
Joseph F Cossrnie, rthur G Suidam
George Thompson Rohrt I)ewi",
I Martin Pennela Joseph W M. Clanahan
A F Sides. J c W ilon i illlam O
sto r K V earmark Arthur I Husted,
Ralph Dai William II Watson. Jm.
Jim. s McDonald Edward Deshazo.
I'raiik H f-niith. Joseph It McKei.
'iarles Benson Gilbert R Brewer.
Rl. ard J Kcler Bert I'erscll Charles
1. n A II Chace. Charles M Rowe.
Ross G Miller. John H Morris 'William
M Well", stedman P Cannon. Frank D
Pi rce Peter II Quinn Daniel H Roh.
ens Kdgtr M Eshclman, and James P
i AUTO SHOW OPENS TO-NIGHT.
President Taft Press Bntton nt
the While Ifonse.
Th W ishlnston Automobile Show for
I " 3 will be opened at Convention Hall
at So clock to-niRht I'rcsident Taft.
I who hcciuse of a preiious appointment.
I will b" unahlo to attend the show at th
! opening, will, neierthcless. start It by
I pressing at the A hltc House a button
I which will illuminate the hall
It is expected he will ist the show
later in tho week Convention Hall has
been decorated especially for the show,
and the Mirine Band will ciio concerts
afternoon and nicht Thursda nicht
has been set asldo as "society night."
Most of the exhibits have been placed.
Evervthlns will be in place by the open
ing of tho show to-nljrht. it was an
nounced by officials of tho show
rHirn TarVw, f rwrs Z3 R St. nw.
John fahcrt. (0. U II 8L mr
Irll SL SeJIem. 3. K) B St sr.
I Arthur T Kicatn. 53. llammon.1 Court Arts
MT B Oiler. S4. tta Balfour, ICth and V bt
j Mam-re! I rnrener tl GeorRttrwm TnL TInr4
i Infant of Jacoh and adie tMesrl. H hoars, 1931
Raehcl ni. 70, X T St w
John I). WilVi. S. JVrdmena Hntal
Jesrrh llfrodon, 3, B Charortajn Tlaon.
Alleo V Oilier. !C 1 Fcma Court
Uhrt M Cjtus, 28 31 X St, nw
lanra Malloy, S monttvi, 9P3 I Rt nir
Matilda Jadiaon. S month . 23 IOh St hit.
The person casting the most lotes in
The Herald's $25,000 Contest between
February 3 and 14 will be given a J750
Conoier Babi Grand Piano, purchased
from Percv R. Foster
MAYOR'S WALNUT OIL
Restores Color to Gray Halror Beard
auftha. mm natbt hnn u
dtftit black vlifila 40 bvsra. a atza
rlM tarlunsa prvvaraUea. natarca
para rtnr.paHUnlr kuml,
IffectMlor Brad fbrtcatim.
Elala fram B1KBCRS aad paapla aala(
lamtlrtlUalali 10. addrM.
ktura 1.U.11.1 Mayor Walnut Oil Co.
Onl Watk. 2127. Wful! silt Jt . Casus City, Mo. U.S. .4.
Mitt ttw Par riant tad Dm Uw.
S1.25 Full Quart
909 SEVENTH STREET
SHOOTS AT BULLET; HTTS HBL
Boy, 'Wounded In Peculiar Acci
dent, Taken to Hospital.
Calvert Hass. fifteen jcara old. was
removed to Casualty Hospital from his
borne, (23 Twelfth Street Northeast, yes
terday afternoon, suffering from an In
Jury sustained In a peculiar accident.
Hass pushed a .22 caliber bullet In a
crack between two boards of the fence
around the rear yard of his home and
began shooting at the bullet with an
air rifle. Hass showed unusual skill In
The small lead pellet from the air
rifle struck the .2 caliber bullet and ex
ploded It causing the shell of the bullet
to fly towards Hass and strike him In
the forehead, causing a painful wound.
After physicians had attended young
Hass, he was allowed to return to his
Many Issues Directly and Indi
rectly Affect Election
MRS. SCOTT IN LIMELIGHT
Bills Asking $300,000 for New Build
ing Cause Gossip Among
Campaign lines to be followed at the
congress of tho National Society of the
Daughters of the American Reiolutlon
In Washington In April will bo drawn
at the meeting of the society's national
board of management here to-morrow.
While the contest for the presidency
general, for which Mrs William Cum
mlng Storj, of New York, who was de
feated two J ears ago bj Mrs Matthew
T Scott Mrs John Miller Horton. of
New York, and Mrs Charles B Bran,
of Nasln III-. Tenn. nre tho most promin
ent candidates. Is the issue that will
stand out clearest when D A. R. officials
gather together, there are man Issues
which directly and Indirectly affect the
election nnd claim the attention of the
soclet in general
One of these matters, the recent in
troduction of bills In the House and
Senate to appropriate J3u0,y for a site
nnd building for tho D A R . to be ued
as a supplement to the Memorial Contin
ental Hall, and to commemorate tne
senlros of American women In the Re
iolutlon The bill was Introduced In
tho Hou&e b Representatlie Towner at
the request. It was stated, of Mrs Mat
thew T Scott, the present president
general of tho socletj
Opposition to Mfaiorr.
There already has del eloped strong op
position to the measure for some of the
I) A. It members ds lare that the presi
dent general acted without authority In
asking that the bill be Introduced, nnd
they assert that they aro unwilling that
tho Federal goicrnmcnt. by appropriat
ing mone for the Daughters of the
American Reiolutlon. should he in a
position to exert a control, howeier
.11 mpr tho society or Its properties
The blS Introduced by Mr Towner, they
claim, would glie the Federal goiern
mr.nt 9 nominal iurladlctlon not onlv
01 er the new building but oier Memorial
Continental Hall, for the cost of which the
soilety Itself assumed obligations it
meeifles that the Secretin of War shall
be a member of the building commissi n
On that account, some of tne u A it
mambcrs sa. tho society has -tcad-fastly
refused to accept sny aid from the
government The also point to the re
sources of tho D A It., which has an
annual Income reported to be JlOO.nfVt
.Senator Williams Introduced the bill on
the Senate fide
It Is expected that this matter will
come before the National Board for dis
cussion The members of the National Boird of
Managemcrt nre the officers general and
the Statu regent- They will be In es
slon here f"r th-ee di
stAn,Knrtiln nf Tnkoma Park Church
December 31. 1D1- numbered 20. accord
ing to statements by officials of the
church last night This Is an increase of
sixt-six finee I'm? The number of Sab
hath school members was '. and of the
loung People's Soclet. niry-six. ine
irrxii.l total of funds from the church
and all Its departments was $1...S1
I s Dept. ef Aricultnre, WeaOVr Bureau.
Waihlcltnn. Pundar. Ibnrirr i IlS- n m.
The BOUlhwestera atrrm mil adTtnm eastward
and be attmdel by ralna In tho FVaith MlanUo and
Gulf SUIM, mow tn the mlddla Muisupsa and
Olm rallrja. and anow or rain in Tennessee and
the Ml Idle Atlantic SUtM Mmdar and rains and
no In the Atlantic But Tursrlaj. Sou flur
Tlra are alto .robablo in Ui- rrmon of Uie Great
Lake and the Northwest Ifondar and Tuerfar
rhndcdlj 01 wrmUiiT iU oteratrtad the
Northern Rodiy Mountain reclon the Northern
ltains hUtcs, tha Lrrer Mlasiaoirpt Waller, and the
t prT Iie rrtr'on Henday, and tho cather will
he colder Monday arl Tuesday alonz th Gulf
caul and Tueday throuchout tha AUantle Statca.
Mldnitht 3). 3 a. m.. 3: 4 a. m.. 19. a. m .
IS, a. m.. 19, 10 a. m., 3, 13 noon, 31. C rx m..
'A. 4 p. m.. 3. 6 p. in., M: 8 p. m.. 32, w p. m..
JL Iliebert. 35. Unrest. IS.
ItriaUra humidity 8 a. ra.. 83. Z v. ta.. .
8 P. rn . 6L Pjunfall ( p. m. to p. m.), 0,
houra of aucahine, 10J, per cent of ponibla asa
Temperature m data last jrar Ilijhnt, J4.
Temperntores In Other Cltlea.
Tcmperatnrrj In other fitl-a, teireUier with tha
amount of rainfall for the twenty four hours ended at
8 p. m. yeatrrday, are aa follows:
Max. 3fln. I p. m. falL
AaherUle, X C. ... 41 2t 40
Atlanta. G 44 H 41
Atlantic City. N J ... Si
Hismaxclt N Dai ... . H 0 Z
Rotten. Maw 30 1 3S
Buffalo, N. T I W 3 0 3
Chicaco. Ill 3S 56
Cincinnati, Ohio. SI 13 33
Chjenne. Vjo 23 II ....
Darcnrnrt Iowa- 31 4 34 ....
DcnTrr. CMo : -J is
Des Moines. Iosa. 3b 4 33 ...
Duluth Minn 10 S 10 0 03
Galrrston. Tel ... H S3 W 0 43
Helena. Mont 33 8 23 ...
Indlanapolla. Ind. 3 S 3 003
Jacaaonrille. 11a. 64 3 0 04
Kansas City. Mo 13 3) 0 18
Litt Rock. Ark 33 3 33
tns Ancilea. Cat M Bl W
Manraetts, Mich 0 3 ....
Memrrna. Team ............. 33 31 38 ....
Vrw Orleana. I. M M 0C
New Tork. V. T 3 1 ?
North Platte. Nebr. St 3 M ...
Omaha. Netr .. 3 8 31 ....
rhnadelphla. ra 33 . 18 10
rittsburg. Pa 3 1" 3C ...
Tertland. Me 3 . 10 S
rorUand. Ores 3 41
Bait Lake City. Utah 3 31 33 0 03
Ft. Iila. Mo 3 Jl 3 0 03
St raul. Minn. 3 0 3 ...
Ran Frajiajcn. Cal 63 S3 St
KprincfirJd. in............ 3 8 31 0 03
Taeoma, Wash.....-.... 43 .. 40 0 01
Tampa, Fta-.. ....... 7S 63 63 ....
Toledo. Ohio ................ 33 S3)....
Victaburc Miss 44 X 41 UI
The Oldest Remedy KnoTrai
Is a seidlltz powder. All physicians pre
scribe It for all troubles of the stomach,
liver, and bowe'a. You can now buy a
good-tasting aeldlits. powder.. It la cailtd
Hnffat.Iarmnn.StiailtJe . Ts--;t
Organization to Work for
Larger Army, Navy, and
KAHN IS CHAIRMAN
Aim of the Society Is to Prepare for
War in Times of
To work for a larger navy, an adequate
army, the lmproiement of the National
Guard, and for all things that will bet
ter prepare tho I'nltcd States for war,
the National Defense League was or
ganized hero to-day in the House Office
Representative Julius Kahn of Califor
nia waa elected chairman of the execu
tlie committee and the board of direc
tors The board of directors Includes
prominent persons throughout the coun
try. While the National Defense league will
work to strengthen all forces which
would make the Country better prepared
for war. It states In Its constitution.
"This league abhors war and believes
In uniiersal peace, but It firmly believes
that preparation for war Is the best guar
antee of peace " Work for peace, but
be prepared for war, is the motto of the
Tho cxecutlie committee, which will
manage the affairs of the league. Includes
Representative Julius Kahn of Califor
nia, chairman, Representatlie Robert F.
Broussard of Louisiana, vice chairman;
Representatlie Krnest W. Roberts of
Massachusetts, Hon. James II. Blount,
of the District of Columbia, general
counsel. Winfleld Jones, Washington, D
C , secretary.
The lioard of directors comprises Gen.
Charles W. Harris, Phoenix. Ariz., Rep
resentatlie Joseph R Know land. Ala
meda Cal Reprtsentatlic Julius Kahn.
San Francisco. Cal ; Oeorgo II Carr. Des
Moines Iowa. Representatlie Robert I"
BrousMtrd New Iberia. La. Gen Harvey
C Clark Nevada, Mo . James T Stan
ford. Great Kails. Mont . MaJ II J Don-
ohue. Glendlie Mont Representatlie
Ernest W Roberts Chelsea. Mais Cot
Charles I De Remise. Rmokljn. N T ,
Maurice Simmons New York City. Gen
C If l"nglebj. Watertown. S D: MaJ
O C (jtiessaz. San Antnnlo, Tex . Hon.
James H Blount Washington. D C
W Infield Jones Washington. D. C
Goiernors of all States Territories, and
foreign possessions of the I'nltcd States
haio len nsked to appoint two members
ea h ori the board of directors Man
hale done so and others are now mak
ing their selections Besides the two
members appointed by the Goiernors.
there w 111 be on tho board members from
the t-enate. tho House, the State, War,
and Nai departments, and representa
tlies of the National Guard Association,
the Grand Armi of the Republic, and
th I nlted Spanish War Veterans
The league has opened offices In the
District National Bank Building, nnd has
started a propaganda throughout the
countrv It will publish a monthly bul
letin for the use of Its members and the
Kahn Makes Statement.
Chairman Kahn jesterday gaie out the
Tho members of the National Defense
League would welcome tho day when all
nations would enter Into an agreement
to dismantle their warships and disarm
their armies But tne millennium has
not let como So long as other great
nations continue to build dreadnoughts,
so long as tlie adiance In milltar) sci
ence and Increase the efficiency of their
armies so long must the I nlted States
maintain an army and a nai commen
surate with ur standing as one of the
world s great powers
"While we do not belieie in an un
neesearll large standing armi", we
helieie In an efficient mllltarr force
Our past experience In warfare has not
redounded to the credit of our coun
try We lisie lmarlablv lost largo
numbers of men at the aery beginning
nf hostilities on account of our unprc
paredness "Conditions haie materially changed
in the United states in the list fifteen
jcars Tho building of tho Panama
Canal and the acquisition of Hawaii
have added considerably to our bur
dens Both were neccssai- to our wel
fare. The Hawaiian Islands are the
i ' ii
Southeast Corner Fourteenth and G Streets
Capital, $500,000.00 Surplus, $125,000.00
The Federal National Bank has every
facility for the successful handling of the
accounts of individuals, firms, and cor
porations. It offers the highest class of banking
service and extends to its customers all
privileges and accommodations consist
ent with conservative banking.
J. J. DARLINGTON, General Counsel
Byron S. Adams
Walter A. Brown
John H. Clapp
J. J. Darlington
Ralph W. Lee
Wilton J. Lambert
key to the Pacific. In the hands of a
hostile foreign power we would con
stantly have an enemy on our flanks
that could attack: us on the Pacific
Coast whenever the occasion for at
tack might arise. And In that very
connection It la well to remember that
wars come suddenly. We believe that
the surest guarantee of peace Is readi
ness for war. It has been well said
that "battleships are cheaper than bat
tles,' and so we believe In the upbuild
ing and maintenance of an adequate
"Wo believe that arbitration Is a
good thing. It has been vogue as be
tween Individuals for centuries. In
most civilized countries courts are the
mediums of arbitration, and yet we
find that Individuals constantly refuse
to arbitrate their differences in the
courts. It has not been unusual to And
a party wth an alleged grlevanct de
liberately kill off his antagonist, even
though tbe courts were open to him
for redress of his grievances. We have
even seen persons who have submitted
to the arbitration of the courts kill off
the judge because the award was not
favorable to their side. It Is even so
with nations. In the life of nations
there arise problems that cannot be
arbitrated, and the only way of avert
ing conflict on such occasions Is to b
prepared tor any emergensy that may
"We feel that wo cannot permit tho
navy of the United States to fall below
its present standard so long as other
nations constantly add to their naval
strength. We belieie that It would be
the rankest folly on the part of our
government to adopt a policy that
would make our navy a negllglob
quantity, while the navies of the other
great nations are constantly being aug
mented, and we feel that we can arouse
the sentiment of the American people,
through our organization, to the needs
of the hour In the matter of military
and naial preparedness"
OF AUTO CARNIVAL
Committee Engages Two Bands for
Parade of Hundreds of Cars
All or the details of the big street pa
rado that is to bo ono of the features of
th automobile carnlial to be held In
Wasihlngton, February 10 to IS will be
definitely aettled In th- caurae of a week
by tho committee on arrangements whose
members have been working hard for
weeks. Tho parade will boast two bands
and the line will be made up of hundreds
Thoso who haieannounced their In
tention of taking a place In the parade
Dai Id S. Hendrick. Abbott-Detroit
and Franklin, Bulck Motor Company,
Buick, the Cook A Stoddard Compaiu.
Cadillac nnd Baker Electric. Zell Motor
Company, Chalmers, Dupont Garage
Company. Hudson, Columbia and Hupp
Yea tn. Miller Brothers' Auto and Supply
House Ford. Oirland- ashlngton Mot'r
Company, Oierland. Garford and Pope
Hartford, II K Lean, Jr Maxwell.
Rambler and Mitchell. M T Pollock,
Oldsmoblle. the Luttrell Company, Pack
ard and Waicrly Electrics. Warrington
Motor Car Company. Palmer-Singer;
Foss-Hughcs Compan. Plerce-Arrow ,
Barnard Motor Compan. Reo and Stod-dard-Dayton
Commercial Auto and Sup
ply Companj Studebaker and Flanders
Llectrlc, William P Bamhart & Co.
Warren anil Standard Eleetrlnue
CHECK CALLED A FORGERY.
Central OOre lien eeL. Carat Who
Vanished from Hotel.
Central Office detectives last night be
gan a search for a man who stopped at
the ht James for two da)s recentlj,
passed an alleged forged check for $21
The man registered as W, N Wood
burl and salil he was relatlxc of l.eil
Woodburj, proprietor of the hotel Be
cauae of the supposed relationship.
Clarence D French, night clerk, did not
hesitate to cash a check for the guest
The check, drawn on tha Third Na
tional bank of Philadelphia, payable to
W N Woodbury and signed by C. M
Gilbert, was returned as a forgery, the
police b). Tho man who said he was a
relatlio of the hotel proprittor had lan
Ishcd The fucitlie is twcntl-scicn jcars old.
and drssed In good taste Ho told the
story that ho owned a string of race
horses In Virginia, and declared his
jumpers aro among tho best in the
country. A nephew of Leil Woodbury
denies that W N Woodbury Is a rela
tlio of tho hotel keeper
. According to tho police, a warrant has
been Issued for tho arrest of tho self
stjled horse-lover and his apprehension
In the near future Is expected.
Arthur D. Marks
Frank B. Noyes
John L. Newbold
Clarence B. Rheem
N. H. Shea
UNION TRUST CO
S. W. Cor. 15th and H Sts. N. W.
WASHINGTON. D. C
THE large capital and surplus of this institution,
amounting,to $2,300,000.00, the uniformly con
servative policy, characterizing its management, to
gether with the strict supervision of the United States
Government, make it in every way an ideal depository
for the safeguarding of funds. 3 interest is paid on
savings accounts, and 2 is paid on checking accounts,
both large and small, compounded semi-annually.
EDWARD J. STELLWAGEN,
GEORGE E. HAMILTON,
First Vice President,
Attorney and Trust Officer.
GEORGE E. FLEMING,
Second Vice President
and Assistant Trust Officer.
J. NOTA McGILL,
Third Vice President.
Joseph H. Cranford,
G. Thomas Dunlop,
George E. Fleming,
Bernard R. Green,
George E. Hamilton,
Walter S. Harban,
Frank C Henry,
D. J. Kaufman,
A. S. Kenny,
James B. Lambie,
William P. Lipscomb,
Capital and Surplus, $2,300,000.00.
Wi Sut mrir Nubs a 25 pir Qairtir.
To save money, are1
mr before you buy.
JOSni'H HALL CH SE.
To knock a good piano is Ig
norance hence, lie don t do it
There are many good pianos
but wo say there Is no higher
grade or finer made, piano in tho
world than a Schubert, and wo
can undersell any house In
Washington from J200 to J300.
Let Us Explain Our
Tou get a monej-baek guar
anty and we can refer jou to
people in Washington who have
used Schubcrta for 2" years.
Terms to suit you. Come hero
and save your money.
JOSEPH HALL CHASE PIANO CO.,
1307 a ST. X. w.
less 7Tn st. jt. w.
We CIra Votes la Herald a J35.CO Ocaiteat
Largest stock erer carried. Also Laeaa,
Dry Ooods. Hosiery tad
430 Georgia At. N,W.
Wat sir Herat aWrc.000 eratest Tat,
Call up Main 1419 for AH Kinds
of Printing Supplies.
J. W. JORDAN
. 623 D StrMt N. W.
W Ch Vataa ta na Baralda Sajos Ooetaa.
HORNING. 9th and P
EDSON B. OLDS,
EDWARD L HILLYER,
W. FRANK D. HERRON,
WILLIAM L. CRANE,
J. Nota McGill,
Frederick B. McGuire,
George X. McLanaban,
James D. Maher,
George H. Myers,
Daniel W. O'Donogbue,
D. S. Porter,
Francis A. Richardson,
Harry L. Rust,
John H. Small, Jr.,
Edward J. Stellwagen,
Charles F. Wilson.
LARKIN Tne Sewlnar
L.srriii, Maenin9 S!an
Will repair your sawing maehtaa
froperly. no mattar what males,
end postal, or phone M-tlJL
Corner 3d and H Streets N. W.
a aita Vctaa in Ta Uaraal a U
PItorXSSlONAt. EDLClTION IN .ACCOUNT-
aar;. Piaetlcal wprk earerlallr adapted to rami
exDPtojed. iS-rare bulletla. Call or addrraa. Dtraetoe
ef Ldcntica. I M. C A EJt O St. Waatilrtfim.
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES "
to OrcnUi St na. Licaxs trja
A meeting of former Bostonlans will,
be held In the near future to organize
a Boston Club If you are from Bos
ton, send In your name, address, and
J. G. KOLSKY, 140i,.c."d-
ONE OP THE BEST KNOWN liDMN SCHOOLS
In the eitj, in rcder to ditcerer talented rujala for
acriolarihir makes th red wed rata of SS fear rntira
term lean be raid 50l rr !eon lolma aad mus a
famished free. J.. Pol 0. Herald.
OKKICE OF THE WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT
TashiDCen D O Jan. 14, 1IU.
Tbl annual meeting of the ahareholdera ef tha
Washrcrtra Gas Lifiht Compaar for tha ttecttaa of
directors iM for aach other business aa nay pro
cru coma before said Deetins vlll ba htTd at tha
oSee of the eonranl. -os. 1SL7 ath 8t s .
SIONDAT, February IM. at II oelocl noon.
Tha rolls will be open frco 12 o'clock noon ta 1
o'clock p. m.
WILLIAM R. ORME. saertKarj
Mill MIKCE OF HEALTH NATURAL,
nonsurrical. MOpaca book frea Apply by null 1 1
Colorado Bids" Free lecture for woman Medntdarl
t IJ0 p m. Iia-U
Every One Enjoys
Jli a PBie -BUCKWHEAT CAKES h-a
rnlLLXn O they are GOOD laa MILLER
stiilf.Rtlieiner elf raisin Park-wheat and yen
Buckwheat nd' i-
K7At yoar ckctt'i. No onrjtmiT tot-tIIM.
B. B. EARNSHAW b BRO..
Wholesaler. 11th and M Sis. . u.
IIALSTED On Sunday morning. Febru-.
an 2. W13, rENNIXGTON HAI.
STED, at the Albemarle arartment
Funeral from the New Church. Six
teenth and Corcoran Streets North
west, at 2 o'clock Tuesdaj. Febru
BORLAND On Sunday. February 2. 131X
at 10 10 o'clock at her late residence,
C3 Sixth Street Southwest. ELIZA
BETH, widow of John Borland
Notice of funeral hereafter
Ot Ertrr DtacripUoD-UcxVralatj Fries.
GE0BGE P. ZUBH0BST,
am s.a-e rtapisYlT. as
CstaMlabad 1S4T. CBAJ. B. gCBHOBST. Sip.
t. WILLIAM lC lmaeral JHtjttn
and XmbahBerVLtTaTy to cocneerlnn CoouSBdaraj
Catapal aad Motea Crasutortaaa. Modaat prtaaa.
ssj Faoaajbanla Ara. aw. Tttapaost Mala a.