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THE WASHENGTOlSr HERAIjD; TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1913.
At All Markets
Pork Loins Whole,
Loin Pork Chop, lb
Sliced Breakfait Bacon, lb .. ZUc
Pure Lard, Home-made, open kettle rendered, lb 12c
Holly Brand Sausage, pore pork and pore spices, lb. ...20c
pantry Style Sausage, lb 15c
f&Jogna, Frankfort, Pork Padding, and Head Cheese,
all home-made, lb 12c
Elgin Creamery Butter, lb. . . 33c
Brookfield Creamery Batter, lb 37c
EGGS, Fancy Storage, doz 19c
FRESH EGGS, New Laid Milibrook
Brand, extra large and heavy, doz., 28c
Our Fish Department is replete with a fine assortment
of Fresh. Salt, and Smoked Fish. The variety is greater,
the prices more attractive than may be had anywhere else in
Old Dutch Market, Inc.
H30 La. At. ". XV. 1KB North Capitol St.
8th and K St. S. E. :H2 fieorarla At. X. XV.
. j . c. v .. IMS 14th St. Jf. XV.
Stmt and M St.. . . ?Ui an, M,
Jth and Que St.. ST. XV. j-yg jj st. ST. W.
1111 H St X. E. 3113 14th St. If. XV.
"S Efr and See Better"
EDWIN H. ETZ
1003 "G" STREET
We R-tTe nerald fSS.000 conte.t Totea.
Save Your Shoes
and Save Money
Send them to us. and set
i them back looking like new.
HOME SHOE REPAIR CO.
719 9th St. N. W.
Worlc Called For and
We Glre Vote. In Th. Herald's
f- Etopa tilling bM.tr. rrllerr Uadni3,
, c.rt.r laboratory Co.
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en tot. tot ech pennr represented to U.
retail sale prlca.
W. Or. Voce, la Tn. neM' ma Contaa.
CONOMY MEAT MARKE
tTnert th. belt ot rocdstnCs oi
k. til .t ti. lorat preraClal
prices. Heats. a. a-ronaM.
409 Third St. N. W.
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The Famous J
X Ten Tear, old, fl.23.
X Order by phone. X
X Alio TE.VESSEC fl.OO Bottle. X
t The Shoomaker Co.
X 1331 E Street X. XV. 3.
X Eatabll.hed 1S5X Fhone 31 1158m J
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YOU CAN RELY ON
However little you pay. a full meas
ure of quality Is assured.
COLE & SWAN, S&VWzr
We sire Herald 8S5.000 conte.t Totes.
fiLXERAL FURNISHING STORE
Everything: for father, mother, and
Q304 Ca. Ave. Col. 1334.
Ott jour tote. her. la Benld 13.000 Ocmtert.
And Provisions of all kinds. Try
our plump home-dressed Poultry.
TfeRRiP 901USt.N. w.
VI.lTK,a Phone N. 687
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ma have tlic reputation of giving LONGER 1TJ " u m
M ACTUAL SERT:CE than any other Hose. Kaw j
g This is the broad and comprehensive R l" J
S Your satisfaction with neither a time- SjL ' aV
9$ limit nor coupons and every Colonial JjHstifca.lllw
g dealer makes good any fault. adl
Lisles, 25c Silks, 50c Ki
TB In three Tveishts and twelve colon. i aBBB 2.
B The 50 best stores in Washington sell S
fi and guarantee Colonial Hose. fllalPRp3
small, lb. . . 14c
Brine; back replies because each
order receives the game personal
mention. Irrespective of size.
Tou -will find our letters free
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical errors. Ac
Tou can safely Intrust Impor
tant form letters to us, bclnc as
sured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2,000 LETTERS, S4.01
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
607 15th Street N. W.
Second Floor OTer Tord A Gra
ham Dairy Lnnch, Oppoilte
U. S. Treaaarr.
Phone Main 7508.
IF IT'S ELECTRICAL WE HAVE IT
Phone It. I3M.
CEO. W. PAREZO,
W. OIt. Vote. I
MEN'S SMART FURNISHINGS
M. LEVITAN & CO.
E(YT7thlnc tbt bnt at lo Uiin Uw nsuil prlcea
rroenpt. cocrteooi eniot.
Edward F. Davis,
Bemored to M UUi St, comet Park Ibad,
V. Glr. Vote, to Tb. Betald'. CSJSa Oootad.
lleans natural flavor and highest nu
riOMCMADE BREAD AZVD rtES.
2106 Pa. Ave. W. 25
W. GIt. Vote, to Ibm Bd. S3.0DO ContM.
Special Jordan and OQa
These delicious Candles will please
the most fastidious tastes.
K03 II St. N. E. 921 Bth St. N. XV.
Ve clva HeraU tSSlOO conte.t votes.
Is the Square-deal Coal Man.
Coal, Wood, Coke every kind, for
every kind oi stove and fur
143 B STREET S. E.
Phone Lincoln 179.
We give Herald M6VOOO ouatejt vatea..
Trade Bodies to Ask, Hearings
to Protest Against Tax
RATES TOO HIGH NOW
Chutes in New Traffic Regulations to
Be Proposed to Commissioners.
Banquet to President Taft
A number of matters of leclslatlon came
up before the meetlns of the board of
directors of the Board of Trade yester
day, and among these the Borland
amendment to the District bill, aeelclns
to abolish the half-and-half system ot
taxation for the District, was tbe chief
tarsrt for the wrath of the members ot
the Board. The bill was declared to be
everything that Is unfair, and the mu
nicipal finance Commltteo waa empow
ered to appear before the Senate Appro
priations Committee to lodge the pro
test of the Board of Trade.
It was said by George W. Harris that
an Increase In the tax rato for the Dis
trict waa manifestly unfair. In that th
tax rate hero Is even higher than It K
In Pittsburg, one of the most wealthy
Industrial cities In the world. He said
that even at the present rats property
In the District called for higher' taxes
than In most places, and. finally. C. J.
Gockeler put the motion that the mu
nicipal finance committee appear before
the House committee and produce the
statistics to show that the District Is
In the midst of a silence eloquent of
the Board a disapproval of the new trac
tion legislation. It waa announced that
the tramc committee would hold a meet
ing this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock In the
rooms of the Board, at which a hearing
would be given any one who wished to
attend. Tho meeting Is for the purpose
of framing some proposed amendments
that will be aent the Commissioners for
The secretary waa authorized to send
letters to the members of the Board and
other citizens of the District, asking
them to attend the dinner that Is planned
for February 3) In honor of President
Approve Rockefeller Foundation.
The matter of permanent tariff com
mission, the erection of exhibition build
ings In Washington by the various
States, and tho Rockefeller Foundation
The tariff commission matter waa
brought up before tho meeting in a let
ter from tho National Tariff Commission
Association asking that the Board of
Trade Indorse tho permanent commission
plan. This was referred to the executive
committee for report at the next meet
ing of tho full board. The directors
went further In the request for tho In
dorsement of the board of the foundation
and a motion of tho director's approval
It was felt that the erection of the
State exhibition buildings should be
broUKht to tho attention of the Chamber
of Commerce of the United States of
America, and this will be done. A letter
from Millard F. Owens served to bring
this matter before the meeting.
Dr. Frank n. Gibson, chairman of the
committee that last year arranged the
shad-bake, read his report on that en
tertainment, showing that it had been a
financial, ax well as a social, succc.
The attack on the Borland amendment
was led by Wnilam II. Saunders, who
said that he waa afraid that if no posi
tive stand was taken against thn meas
ure It would be railroaded throuch both
Houses of Congress. Figures were read
to show that. In 1907, tho tax rate In
the District was something oer 513. that
the following year It Jumped one dollar.
and that It now stands between S19 and
The point raied by tho Board of Trade
as to the equity of the Borland amend
ment caused much discussion among DIs
trlct officials themselves jesterday
The engineer officials hold that the ef
fect of the amendment would be tc
caufo a decrease in tho number of re
quests from property owners for street
The title to the streets of the District
Is in the name of the L'nlted btatcs ana
there are those who hold that to re
quire private property owners to pay for
Improvements on Federal property would
be unjust. On the other hand, it Is
argued, that In many municipalities prop
erty holders pay half and In some places
all the costs of street lmprovemtuu.
U. 8. Kept. eC Airkultae, TVntler Damn.
VuMniton. Moodiy. Fetnurr 5. BU-s p. a.
Dnda- the teflnenc. of in un of talsh buwnetne
mum tilt cofen th. Northwest Cndlin
rcmlnce., temperature. tte " decHertlj In the
upper Mtaiidnt wller. the northern piila. Bute.,
and th. northern Baoir Moontiin reeion. and Mod
dJT nliht temperatures were below lero In North
Dtkou, UlnnewU. and Montani. Tho weather
was aoraewhat wanner Monday thronshont the At
lanUo 6Ute. and rmr th. aouthem pUtean.
Th. Indication, are that the. weather will be eener
all fair Tuesday and WednewJay throughout th.
country, etrpt that local mow. are prebablo In ths
far tVtM and anow flurries near th. Great Iaiea.
Temperature will he. lower Tuesday throughout the
Atlantic and Gulf State, th. srrat central Tatters,
and th. lake region, and cold weather will continue
Tue4ay and Wednesday throuthout th. Northanrt.
Mldnisht. 31: 2 a. m . 54: a. m.. S: a. m.. M; S
a. m., W: 10 a. m.. SI: K noon, 35: 3 p. m.. S; 4
p. m.. : 6 p. m., 36; 8 p. m., ; 10 p. m., SS.
Hltbeit. 36; lowest. 3L
Relattre humidity- a. m , 86; Z p. m.. 91; S p. m..
SS. KatnfaU (J P. nt to p. '"t&v . ,
Tnnrerattir. nle data lat jear-uijbest, 31: low
Temperatnrea In. Other Cltle..
Temperature. In other dtln. trcelher with th.
amount of rainfall for the twenty-four hours ended at
6 p. m. iraterday, are as follow.:
Max. Mis. 1p.m. Jill.
Asherffie, N. O. K
Atlanta. Oa '
Atlantie Citr. K. 3
nianarck. N. Dak. 6
Boston. Mass 3t
Buffalo. X. T 33
Chlcaxo. Ill 33
Clndncati. Ohio............ 34
Cheyenne. Wyo 3t
Dareaport, Iowa. 36
Denier, Colo. 33
D Molne. Iowa. , 33
Duluth. Minn : 3
GaUeaton. Tex M
Helena. Mont. -i- 4
Indianapolis, Ind. 33
JaciaonTllle. Fla........ 73
Kanau City, .Mo 34
JAiOt Bode. Ark. 40
Lea Anreles, CaL S3
Marquette. Mich............ 1
Marquette, Mich. It
Memphis, Tenn 34
New Orleans. Ia....s..... 73
Sew Tort. K. I". 35
.North Flaue. Nehr....... 3S
Omaha. Near. 31
ruiadelraia. ra........... 36
Ftttaburz. Pa. ."......... 34
Portland. Ma.... ....... 23
Bait Lai. Cltr. Utah 40
St. Louis. M0......... 34
Br. Paul. Miss 3
Ban Francbeo. CaL........ M
Bcrlns3e)d. HL.............. 39
.Tamra. Fta.. ... 73
Toledo, Ohio................ 38
Vlcktbcrt, Miss....... 44
TO CURB A COLD Iir 0!fB BAT .
Tak. LAXATIVE BttOMO Qulnln.-TableU. Dn
gists- refund. oonrx At it. laila.to.rurA- A
fHOVX'S aUaatsnali co drloc.-Sso,
TO PE0BE CONDUCTOB'S DEATH.
Coroner'. Jnrr ta- Hold Inquest
An naueat nhf b. held at the Morgue
at' 1030 "o'clock Wils 'morning over the
bpdjrof "Willlamtlplett; arxrelght Con
ductor In the etnplojr.or the Baltimore
and Ohio JtalroadV whowaa crushed to
death between two box, cars near Uni
versity, station. "Brookland, D. C, yes
terday.' Triplett' waa- killed while shift
ing, loaded can on- a-siding at Brook
land. i ,
Hs was causht between tho coupling
apparatus of a two cars 'and "was horribly
mangled. The blame 'fir the tragedy has
.not-been fixed by the authorities, and
JtUUr AQVlbfc .UhCUUB a'VWa ll fc..Q
bottom to ascertain who waa responsible
for' the conductor'a death. " .
" Tiiplett was thirty years old and lived
with his wife and four children at 633
Morton Street Northeast. Sirs. Triplet!,
who recently left a hospital after a se
rious Illness, was prostrated when In
formed of her husband's death. Arrange
ments for the funeral have not been
DANCE AND SING
Sororities of National Park School
Present Fete Galante in Honor
of Junior Class.
By dance and song, a number of the
members of the Alpha, Kappa, Beta, and
Delta sororities of the National Park
Seminary last night carried the audience
that filled the Odeon of tho school back
to the days of the old French courts.
the occasion being the "fete galante," pre
sented in honor of the Junior class.
The dainty pageant was produced be
fore the king and queen of the Junior
carnival. Miss Budd and Miss Hesten-
hclde. The sceno was a part of an old
French chateau garden, and the cos
tumes of the players were faultless re
productions of the gorgeous creations of
tho days in which the songs and dances
of the evening were the popular court
Tho dialogue that Interspersed the mil
steal numbers was taken trora the writ
ings of Austin Dobson. and the songs
themselves were folk songs handed down
irom tne nrst days of French people.
The following young women took part
in the programme: Misses Marjorle
uokks. .-wary snarpe. Harriet Ade, Ks
qullne Coons. Mary Glass, Mabel Nlcol.
Frances Stevens. Elizabeth Waggoner.
Amelia Washburn, Adelln Wis. Helen
Ferguson, Florence Bczner. Portia Clark.
Bessie Cook. Gertrude Foster, Beatrice
uooaacre, uraco Harris. Amelia Ludwlck.
Elizabeth Mott. Augusta Rutherford.
Marie Coggtns, Constance Oldham. Marie
Breyham. Slarguerlte Deutsch. Mildred
Getty, Madeline Cassady, Mitchell Scan
land. Bernlco Wellington, Constance Tell
ing, Dorothy Lyttle, Lillian Robinson.
Helen Ueelman, Pauline Ensign. Marga
ret Gunther, Marguerite Shotwell. Beat
rice Smith, Maybelle Gray, Kdna Patton.
Kathryn Martin. Clara Henry, Edna
Ptupp. Mary Herndon. Graham Little.
Viola Ludwlck. Janet Campbell. Dorothy
Sauer, Gayle nails. Ruth Brown. Helen
Walter. Florence Klechle. and Glad)s
Tho usher, were) the Missel Greta Lnne.
Hcrmlne Warnslng, Alma Blttner, Ernia
Hunrlchouser. Dorothy Bragdon. I.uclle
Evans. Elizabeth Trjon. and Mary EIlz
TO TAIK ON EIGHT-H0UR BILL
Merchant, to Have Hearlna: Before
Members of Retail Merchants' Associa
tion will take part In the last hearing
on the La Follette bill providing an
eight-hour workirg day for women In the
District, before tho Senate District Com
mlttee. at 10 So o'clock this morning.
After to-da's hearing the committee
will begin dUcussion of the measure.
$50,000 FOR ENTERTAINMENT.
mil Contain. Appropriation for Rt
pen.e. of t onTcnllnn Here.
The House Committee on Foreign Ar
talrs completed 1M consideration of the
diplomatic and consular appropriation bill
Among the Items in the bill are J."n,ono
for the entertslnment of the Pan-American
Scientific Congress, to be held In
ashlngton In October. 1J14. and r.'.rW as
the contribution of the l'nlted States to
the International Radio Telegraphic Con
vention A new item is an appropriation of a
Ilttlo more than J1.O0O to meet the ex
penses of this government in maintain
ing the Peace Palace at The Hague.
Ilray Granted eir Trial.
Martin H. Bray, a contractor, who
was sentenced April II last to serve
thrco years In tho penitentiary, follow
ing his conviction of Improper relations
with a joung girl, whom ho later mar
ried, was granted a new trial yesterday
by Chief Justice Shcpard of the Court
John Hlozek, K, and Annie M. Tum
pach, 29, both of Baltimore, Md. Rev.
J. A. Roth.
Oscar F. Ellis, 13, and Nettlo SL Bur
ton, 18. Rev. C. XV. Whltmore.
Andrew B. Anthony, 39, and Josephine
L. Heeke, 23. both of Richmond, Va.
Rev. James A. Smyth.
Chester J. Bern". 22, and Florence T.
Lyons, 19. Rev. P. J. O'Connell.
Mlchele Mattera, 23. and Elclna De
vlto. 17. Rev. Ignatlu. Fraly.
William F. Marsh, 23. and Frances B.
Mann. 20. Rev. John M. McNamara.
William II. Agrlcola. 45. and Freda A.
Broman, 29, both of Brooklyn, N. T. Rev.
John T. Huddle. t
Ethelbert Elmore. 63. of Richmond,
Va.. and Bonny V. Stowe, 22, of Dry
Fork, Va. Rev. J. S. Montgomery.
James R. Teasdale, Jr.. 23, and Cora
L. Booker. 22, both ot Richmond, Va.
Rev. Hugh T. Stevenson.
William R. Wamran. 30, and Adelaide
L. Waring. 3. Rev. J. J. Dlmon.
E. Bell. 22, and Alice Hawkins, 23.
C H. Carter, 61. and Minnie Burke, 25.
F. Brown. 25, "and Elberta Campbell, 22.
J. Hoban. 27, and Carrie Gray, 20.
CuroU 8. and Beulah Zepp. sir!.
Ralph E. and Belma TOmMrfer. boy.
Pater and Oeotrl. Veils, tirL
Thomas and Bernlc. Taeaa, slit.
Jacob and Badl. Slerel. boy.
MUton and Bs Strasburcrr. till
flcorsw .N. and Mary . Small, Ctrl.
William J. and Mary A Stein, br.
William F- and Lillian Squires, boy.
IUymaod T. and Marraret L. Racin. cui.
Thomaa H. and L. Catherine Undderforth. boy,
Joseph W. and Florence E. Itabbitt. boy.
James R. and Alma M. Ilobertaon, girl.
Clarence L. and Edna E. Rrretti. cut.
Raymond E. and Dorothy V. nezold. tui
William R. Mid Ma. E. Poole, girL
Andrew J. and Martha IL refers, boy.
William F. and Bertha M. rrrntlsa, boy.
Walter X. and Matilda C. Laiiur. boy.
George X. and Caroline B. MeLanahan. boy.
Maurice and Ida Leflshetz. girL
Nicholas and Mary Lanrjola. girL
Charles H. and Mlnni. M. Blld. boy.
Entvx L, and Mary Oreenwald, girl.
John H. and Dora M. Fries, boy.
Norman T. 'and Margxnt Embrey. girL
James B. and Klrabeth 11. Eprea, hoy.
Dennis J. and Jan. E. Donchoe, boy.
Herbert E. and Myrtle S. Wlhon. boy.
Lawrence A. and Lillian Wooden, boy.
William A. and Myrtle FtJe, hoy.
John II. and -Cornelia Moore. girL
William and Rosl. Maddwon, boy.
Charles C and Margarltt. Harris, boy.
Ifh vr. and Laura V. ButehhaoB. boy.
1 Jaasi A, and EiUl. JJ. Banal, grl.
SOME TO TALK;
Suffragists Plan Continuous
Performance for Parade
SPEECHES FROM AUTOS
Marchers to Drop Oat at Each Street
Corner and Expound Their
Rights to Crowd.
Unlike the Presidential Inaugural,
which consists ot two parades with a
speech In between, the suffragists are
planning for a speaking adjunct to their
own parade on the day before the in
auguration. Tho project Is to be a con
tinuous performance In the way of
speechmaktng. In the great procession
of the host of equal suffrage will be
scores of experienced speakers, some of
them of considerable ability and all of
acknowledged lung power. At eacn
street comer an the parade passes up
Pennsylvania Avenue ono or more of the
women will drop out of the ranks and
start a little meeting of her own from
tho sidelines. This announcement was
made from tho suftrago headquarters
Miss Julia Lathrop. chief of the newly
established Children's Bureau, will march
at the head of the department women In
the suffrage pageant on March 3. This
section of tho pageant la expected to be
a large one. Leading equal sunrage
spirits In the various departments have
been busily organizing their coworkers
slnco the receipt of Gen. Black's letter,
stating that civil service employes will
be allowed to participate In the parade.
Welcome to Women.
Resolultons extending the welcome ot
the Chamber of Commerce to the visit
ing suffragists have been drawn up by
Thomas Grant, secretary of the Cham
ber, and will be offered to the mem
bers of this body In general meeting by
the executive committee.
Mrs. Glendower Evans, of Boston,
Mai's., ono of New England's promi
nent social workers, who Is a guest at
the home of Mrs Robert M. La Fol
lette. will speak at the Public Llbrnry
to-morrow- evening at S o'clock upon
the working woman's Interest in obtain
ing the ballot.
WASEANT AGAIN HELD UP.
Police Fall to
at Mr. John II.
A serond warrant for the arrest of
Mrs. John B. Henderson for unlawfully
cutting down a tree near her home, at
Sixteenth Street and Florida Avenue,
was lsued esterday from tho office
of Corporation Counsel Thomas, but up
to a late hour last night It had not
The police of tho Tenth Precinct,
through whom the warrant would be
served, had not received It. they said.
It probably will be served to-day.
Mrs Henderson will bo Informed that
a warrant has been Issued and asked
to appear In court. This will amount
to a legal service. Mrs. Henderson will
be let off with a fine, tho punishment
Imposed In tho case of the laborers.
GALUNGER'S BILL INDORSED.
North IVaahlngton Cltlaen. I'nvor
Former Water Hate.
Senator Galllnger's bill to restore the
cost of water furnished by the District
to tho former price, wa Indorsed by the
North AVashlnston Cltlzcnn Association
. I. a m..Hni. IiaTH In fhA narlsh hall Of
the Church of the Advent. Second and
V Streets Northwest. last night
Tt.A ..Mnr v,MKinea nf the cvcnlnc was
a discussion of the action of a local real
estate firm In renting a nouse in mis
section to a colored family.
German Society Glte. Ball.
Tt.. fA-n.qnt fn.nn.rphnr m Its
nnmi.-il mask ball at old Masonic Temple
last night. Prizes were distributed for
the best group masks, original masxs,
and beautiful masks. The committee In
charge consisted of John Belf. presj
dent; Karl Braun. vice president; Cr
Hammcl. Max uex, ana i ucnu
"The Terrible Meek.'
Terrible Meek." a story.
rha.i.1 n,nn irnnedr. was read last
night before a large audience at the
Bristol School, In Mlntwooa nace. Dy
Mrs. Helen Nell, under the auspices of
Mis Bristol and the Washington Peace
Objection, to Jfrmorlnl Bill.
The House bill for a Joint memorial to
Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jcffer
ron was brought up on the unanimous
corsent calendar In the House yesterday
and following a brief discussion, oD'
lected to. It now goes to the union
Samuel A. flee, eighty-three year, HS Florida
Edward a Schneider, thirty years. CoTemment
Hospital for th. Insane.
EUisoo Williams, eighty-flr. yews, Goreraraent
Tfnmltil foe th. Imane.
Katherln. Crowley, ninety-Are years, Goremmrnt
Hospital for th. Insane.
rennicgtnn Halsted. Hfty-dT. years. Albemarle
apartments, houo, Beienteenth and T Streets
BophU M. Joachim, aewnty-four years, CS N
tr,tfcn r..n kfrte flee Tears. 1711 V Street
liddlo CersoowUx, twenty nino years, Sibley Ho
pitaL Bridget Baldwin, serenty. BJ K Street Northeast.
Samuel Aken, thirtjr-thre. years. Tuberculosis
Mamie A. leffersnoj thlrty-fiie years. 1129 Twenty
third Street Northwest.
Luey Mitchell, thirty-four year. S3 Fourth Street
Arthur W. Tandl. flflr-thrw years, 1120 New
Hamrehlr. Arenue Northwest.
Walter C. Mahammltt, thirty six years, 4SS Maine
A renu. Southwest,
Leror Wilson, two yean. ChOlrm. BoepiUL
Thomaa Kenney, thlrtrtwo years, Tnberculosts
Carria Ixmir. alaty three year, 133) Tweotietb
Original and Gsnulne
Th- Food-drink for All Ages.
More healthful than Tea or Coffee.
Agrees with the weaiesl fjigetjioii.
Delicious, invigorating snd nutriboos.
Rkh milk, maltej cram, powder form.
K quick lunch prepared in a mintite
Take no tubsirate. AikforHORUCK'S
WW Others are imitations.
RECEPTION TO PENH ALTJMNL
Ladle.' Auxiliary to Entertain As
sociation at Entertainment.
An event unique among college men
will be the reception to the District
alumni of the University" if Pennsyl
vania by Its Ladles' Auxiliary Society.
This society Is tho only ladles' auxiliary
of its kind In the United States, and
Is composed ot tne wives of university
of Pennsylvania alumni residing In
The reception will be held at Studio
Hall. 12tt Connecticut Avenue, Thurs
day, February 13, from S30 to 11 p. m.
A buffet supper will be served.
The guest of the evening will be Dr.
Joslah II. Pennlman. vice president of
tho University of Pennsylvania, who will
deliver an address on "The Problems of
tho Modern University." During his stay
In the city. Dr. Pennlman will be en
tertained by Prof, and Mrs. Thomas XV.
TALKS ON BATTLESHIPS.
Commander Pratt Criticise. Present
Commander XV. V. Pratt lectured be
fore the Washington extension of the
Naval War College yesterday at the New
National Museum on "The Influence of
Tactics" on a shipbuilding programme.
He declared that If the present building
programme was adhered to. the United
States would be from SO to M per cent
Inferior to Germany In power ships of
the dreadnought type.
He divided naval ship. Into two
classes those who get Information, or
scouts, and the big power ships, which
are enabled to use the Information to
best advantage. In strategy , Jid tactics.
EXONERATED BY GRAND JURY.
aTngheavIIIe Men, Accn.ed of linn
nine Down Pede.trlan, Freed.
Five residents of Hughesvllle. Md .
who were arrested In this city several
months ago on charges of manslaughter.
were exonerated yesterday, when the
grand Jury refused to Indict them In
connection with the killing of Charles
Satterfleld. thirty-five years old. of TH
Seventh Street Northeast.
Satterfleld was run down and fatally
hurt by an auto occupied by a party
of young men at Pennsylvania Avenue
and Fifteen Street Southeast, about It
o'clock, on the night of November S.
The nutolsM drove away, leaving tho in
jured man to die In the strcet.
Two dais later detectives arrested Am
brose Smoot. Raymond J. Hitch. Fred D
Chappcller. William C. Woodburn. ami
Spencer Carrlco. who were held as oc
cupant of the auto which ran down
Satterfleld. A coroner's Jury held the
Ave men for the action of the grand Jury
The prisoners were released on bond
The evidence gathered by the police
against the five men. officials admitted.
was very weak, and all of the accused
denied knowledge of the accident. Their
arrest caused much Indignation near
their homes, in Prince George County.
and the news that the grand Jury had
Ignored the charges of manslaughter
against them caused much favorable
comment In Hughesvlllo last night.
The Oldest Itemed? ICnowsj
Is a seidlltz powder. All Physicians pre
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liver, and bowe'e Tou can now buy a
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In the ctr. In order to disooter talented puila for
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