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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 0; 1913.
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WILL BE TRIED HERE
Combination of Basinets and Philan
thropy May Remit in Better
An experiment, which Is an interesting
combination of business and philanthropy,
is soon to be undertaken In Washington.
The housing committee of tho Woman's
Welfare Department, National Civlo Fed
eration, has organized along the lines of
the Octai ia Hill Association, in Philadel
phia, in an attempt to improo alley
homes of Washington.
A well-know rr social worker is to be em
ployed who, with two reliable volunteers,
will collect tent weekly or bi-weekly and
will act as frienaly visitors to the various
families, noting tho needs of the houses
at the time of tho rent collections and also
the needs of the famalics themselves.
A number of houses have already been
turned over to tho welfare committee for
the collection of rents at the regular com
mission, and these houses, which aro oc
cupied by colored people, Rill servo as a
basis for the experiment.
This work Is not to take the place of
any permanent improvement of alleys,
but Is an attempt to make conditions
there more livable, while awaiting leg
islation, by brlngllng landlords nnd ten
ants Into Closer co-operation and Sym
pathy, by raising standards of house
keeping by securing general cleanUness
and even beauty in tho Immediate sur
roundings. Haps Interior Department.
A severe arraignment of the Interior
Department's administration of Alaskan
affairs was made before the House Com
mittee on Territories yesterday by Falcon
Joclyn. an attorney of Fairbanks, Alaska,
Joclyn advocated the passage of the
Wickersham bill which would permit coal
land claimants to tako their cases Into
Tho government's policy in Alaska, he
said, was so bad that It would have in
cited to rebellion the people In any other
Bill to Iletnrn Hansom.
Senator GalUnger introduced In the
Senate a bUl authorizing the Secretary
of the Treasury to pay 319.600 to those
persons who had contributed to the ran
som fund for Miss Ellen Stone; the
American missionary, who was seized
by brigands in Turkey.
Bnlldlntr for Archives.
The Senate Committee on Public Build
ings and Grounds, yesterday favorably
reported the Polndexter hill authorizing
the "War Department to prepare plans fcr
the erection of a public archives build
ing In this city. The bill requires that
the .building must contain at least 8,009,
000 cubic feet of space.
piles CURED IX TO 14 DATS.
Tour drursUr. will refund money it 1'AZO OINT
MENT fills to, em asr ess. of rtdunttiHnd,
BOARD TO FRAME
Trade Body lit to Present
Amended Traffic Rules
CASE IN POLICE COURT
Reasonableness, of Recently Enacted
Laws Brought Up by Attorney
for Roy C McDonald.
A MOTORIST'S ASSERTION.
One dozen automobiles, operat
ed under the now traffic regula
tions, would block traffic com
pletely for the dlstanco of one
square on a street with a car
Under the rules, tho first of
the twelve cars would bo com
pelled to stop fifteen feet behind
a street car coming to a stop at
a street Intersection. The next
car in line would stop behind tho
first, the third behind, the sec
ond, and so on.
Twelve automobiles frequently
are within one block's distance
going in the samo direction.
Managed as theso regulations
would hae them managed. In
relation to the street cars, the
twelve automobiles would take
up the street for a. whole square.
It Is not difficult or unreason
able to Imagine many blocks of
streets rendered practically use
less for traffic by this single reg
ulation relating to management
if automobiles when passing or
rather not passing street cars.
Citizens opposed to the District trafllc
regulations as they stand are .confident
of victory In their campaign to have the
regulations reduced to understandable
form. In fact
"The regulations cannot stand they
will fall of their own weight." It was
predicted last night.
The Washington Board of Trade com'
mlttcc. of which Leroy Mark Is chair
man, will not wait, honcicr, for the
regulations to prove their own need of
simplification, but through a subcora
mittec will present to the Commission
era an amended form of tho new rules
and ask that the less Involved and less
intrlcato system under which tho wagon
and automobile drivers and the riders
and tho pedestrians of the Capital are
to bo governed bo adopted.
Upon a main contention that educa
tion of the dlrvcra is tho chief pur
pose of traffic regulations of any sort,
tho advocates of simple rules expect to
base most of their arguments . Mr Mark
and the members of his committee as
sert that tho rules adopted by the Com
missioners cannot bo understood by most
drivers, and that, therefore, the regula
tions fall to accomplish anything except
Call, llcgnlatlon I nrraaonalile.
Until the subcommittee Is appointed by
Mr. Marl: to simplify the trafllc regula
tlons. It is expected that no action will
bo taken by the Hoard of Trade's repre
sentatives. Roy C McDonald was taken
to the Police Court jesterday on a charge
of violating a part of the new regula
tlons, designated Section 33 of Article 12,
which Is as follows:
"A driver passing Into a circle or Inter
section of mora than two streets shall.
In his progress, follow the right curbi
nearest the building lines, and at a speed
not exceeding eight miles per hour. '
Mr. McDonald was charged with having
driven an automobile northward In Ver
mont Avenue Into Thomas C rcle, anil
then turned directly to the left Into M
Street, on which he proceeded west.
Mr. McDonald's attorney moved that
tho Information against his client bi
quashed on the ground that tho regula
tlon Is unreasonable. The court. Judge
Pugh presiding, had not been supplied
with an official copy of the new traffic
regulations, and, therefore, did not go
Into the merits of tho case, hearing of
which was postponed.
The regulations relating to tramc in
the circles had already been pointed
out by members of the Board of Trede
committee as not being properly drawn.
By compelling all traffic to keep to the
outside curb of the circle, and move
In the same direction. It Is contended,
the regulations will prevent the utiliza
tion of a large part of the circle
Decision to Be Delayed.
It would seem, however, from the
temporary disposition of the case of Mr
McDonald jesterday. that- court pro
ceedings which would finally determine
the reasonableness or unreasonableness
of any of the regulations will not be had
until the official copies of tho regula
tions are published and distributed. It
was stated jesterday that copies will be
ready for distribution by tho early part
of next week.
The District Commissioners yesterday
reiterated their confidence In the regu
lations, and stated that they have no
intention of changing them.
Edward McCawley, jr., 37. and Jean Ollrer. 31. of
nuaourr, 1 . Iter, Roland I'olUm Smith.
William B. Russell, 3, ind Ella MrShaw, -4.
Rer. E. net Swem.
Hurfi C Grimra, 23. and Moartle 31. Kenu, 125.
both of IUctortom, V. IUr. John C Bill.
Br7aat O. Bnaea. zz. and tloresco II. Difs,
I. Brr: John W. FHaell.
Ciltb Cnm Botnn. 36. and Sadia E. IfiUorr.
X both of Blehmond. Tt, Iter. B. IL Gretne.
Arthur C. Burke. 3L and Oner If. Earrre.
both of Cbenir&ile. Ya. iter. S. U. Gretna, i
KuawII umr, 3. of nwruit. w. Va.. and
Catherine G. Greater, 1), of Staunton, Ya. Sir.
Donald C. MacLeod.
Dana C l'ort. X. and Helen il. Dick. 19. Rer.
Wallace A. Krmmons. 3. and Inez H Ball 3-
of naahesrille. Pa. Ber. Jamea S. Uonifomerr.
umi aTTacr. ez. or sooth Corratrr. Coim..
and EIoiM H. Bunnell, it, of Sew Hares, Conn.
Ber. Donald C. MacLeod.
oauoa u. cocann. :i. or llanhin. Ya.. and
Margaret M. Murphr, 28, ef Becxortowii. Ya. Ber.
ttuuim j. uarrou.
warren G. Lneas. 2s. of Maibrook. Ya.. and
Ethel Thomas. 3. of Roanoke. Ya. Ber. S. II.
John E. StenrL 21. and Sinclair P. rhrfr.. IS.
both of Clarendon, Ya. Ber Theo. JL Swxn.
W. A. Marshall 23, and Vera a Montcomcrr. U.
U W. Hkxa, 3. and Mary E. McPnenon. 2S.
W. T. Banka. S. and Jennie Pearson, 9.
J. O. Allen. 3, and Octarla L. WUliama. 3.
J. W. Tammn. 3, and EUnbeth Kit, 3.
J. wnnmaka, a. and Ollia Wrtt, 2Z,
W.lEL Dirla, n, and BojetU L. Smith. 11
Lecture on Sermon's Philosophy.
The third In the series of literary lec
tures which Mrs. Clara Bewick Colby is
glvng under .auspices .of the Federal
Woman's Equality Association on Thurs
days In the New "Ebbltt, will be on the
"Philosophy of Henri Louis Bergson.of
the College de. France," whose writings
have caused him to be Invited to give
a course of .lectures this winter at.-Co-
IttinMa -TJnlVtrsltr: ' -
Health of Mrs. Taft
With a Number of White House Set She Has
Learned All the.L'aiest Steps at Regular Les-
son Hours Every Wednesday.
Mrs. Tail's health and proficiency In
dancing", remarked by hundreds of guests
at the army and navy reception at the
White House Tuesday night, afe tho di
rect result of her taking part In a danc
ing class whlt'h has met regularly for
weeks In the Blue' Room on Wednesday
mornings and the Hast Boom on Satur
Though It has practically been un
known to the public, the class la, per
haps, the most notable In the country.
Besides Mrs. Taft. a number of her
friends, including Mrs. A. Garrison Mc
Cllntock. Mrs. Thomas K. Laughlln, the
Misses Patten, Mme. Christian Hauge,
Mrs. Nathaniel Francis. Mrs. Hugh Wal
lace, Miss Boardman, Mrs. Frank Ellis,
and Mrs. Henry C. Corbln, havo taken
While the President has taken no les
sons with tho class, he has looked on
several times, and joined In 'the laugh
ter over tho awkwardness of some ot
the class In beginning.
Tho aids ot tho White Houso Joined
CITIZENS TO OPPOSE
DRAW BRIDGE PLANS
Minnesota Avenue Improvement Asso
ciation Has Ideas of Its Own
About Redaiming Lands.
A resolution opposing an appropriation
of SGO.O0O for placing a draw In the Pcnn
s)lvunla Acnuo bridge has been sent to
the District committees of Congress by
the Minnesota Avenue Improvement As
soclatlon. This association feels that this
sum Is entirely toe large to spend for
a temporary Improvement when tho only
reason given Is for tho purpose of get
ting dredges bejond this bridge for the
purpose of continuing the reclamation
wurk. It Is believed that It would be a
much cheaper proposition to dismantle
tho tmall number of dredges that will
be required to reach tho work beyond
this bridge, and It has been so recom
mended by the association.
The young men connected with Em
manuel Episcopal Church aro at present
engaged in soliciting funds for tho pur
dosc of purchasing athletic apparatus to
be Installed in tho parish hall of the
church In V Street, and already have
been successful In securing a large sum.
It Is proposed to make the game of
basket-ball a feature and already a team
is being formed.
The regular meeting of the Embroidery
Club 'Jf Anacostla was held yesterday
afternoon at the home of Mrs Upton
S. Howser, In Minnesota Avenue, with
Mrs. Kdmund Mallett In charge. Those
comprising this club aro Mrs. Howser.
Mrs. Edward F Wood, Mrs. Harry
DeWalt. Mrs V W. Tolson. Mrs. Will
lam SettleWy. Jr.. Mrs. Ernest Pelby.
Mrs. Mabel Hoffman. Mrs. N n. Harn-
ish. Mrs Nettle BoswcU and Mrs. Ernest
The fourth quarterly conference of
the official board of the Anacostla
Methodist Episcopal Chunh was held
last evening in that edifice In U Street,
with Bev. Samuel W. Graff lin In charge.
This meet'ns -aas the lat to bo held
prior to the assignment of ministers for
the cominr lear by me Jiaiumoro con
ference, and every effort Is to bo made
to have tho present pallor, iicv .iir
OLD RESIDENT HAS BIRTHDAY.
Benjamin W Belss. one of Washing
ton's oldest Inhabitants, celebrated his
six t -sixth birthday jesterday. Mr.
Relss was born In ihU city and his spent
all his life hre For the last rbrty
ears ho lias Ix-cn a clerk in the Wnr
Department He it a member of the
Association nf Oldest Inhabitants of the
His father, Benjamin Hciss. was born
in Hesse-Cassel, Germany, in I'll. Ho
tamo to tho United States In 1K3 and
located In Georgetown, where he taught
music. He served as organist in several
Gusurns T. and Glenn Worthlojrten. clrL
Shaw T. ud Katherine Waurtwy. tlrl.
John H. and Maode N. Wlltihlrr. cirL
Ctrl J. and Edna E. Schmidt, hny.
Earl M. and Lillian A. Rhoderlck. tor.
Arthur E. and Elzado C. KIcMer, boj.
T. Riler and Bertha F rhelra. sirL
Jamra W. and Era K. Kanode. box.
rhiUp It. and Agnrt Hooton, ber
Sam and Sarah llrlt. Dor.
miim H. and Lillian B. Drer. cut
Barnes and Francca Tolaon. boy.
Prank and Boulla Stbirx. 1rl
Charles and Barah Hajaard. boy.
Errrttt and Maliaia Lotnax, bny.
Lewis and Nellie Jomcr, boy.
Robert and Bertha Uont, boy.
Frank and Mamla Herbert, lay.
Thomas and Julia Fletcher, boy
Wade and Ode Fairfax, boy
Harry and Beulah Urrd, boy.
Cornelias B. and Mamla A. Burke, airl.
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the class, as welt as a number of the
other young men of society, and IJeut.
Greble. Commander Timmons, Lieut.
Henry B. Claggett, Lieut. Beverley C.
Dunn. Ma, nhoads. Lieut. Manley,
Lieut. Rogers, and Lieut. Sterling have
all become proficient In the new dances.
A player piano furnished the music
The class has had lessons and has
learned all the latest dances. Including
even the much-maligned turkey trot,
though It Is a very graceful and proper
turkey trot that has been learned at the
White House. The new steps, as they
wero danced by "tho Presidential class"
Tuesday night were In perfect taste and
form, and won much admiration.
Former President and Mrs. Boosevelt
brought back tho custom of dancing In
the White House, and while Mrs. Boose
velt was not fond of the art, she danced
gracefully and well. President Boose
velt was very fond of dancing, and
learned all the new steps, and, bo It
said, the historic East Boom has never
known a more graceful and gallant
URGES VOTES FOR WOMEN.
VOTING KEEPS WOMEN
YOUNG, SAYS SPEAKER
Mrs. Elizabeth Glendower Evans Urges
Equal Suffrage at Meeting In
Mrs. Elizabeth Glendower Evans, trus
tco of the Massachusetts State Reform
Schools, told an audience of about 400
whj women should he given the ballot
at a meeting In tho Public Library last
Among other thing, she said that giv
ing women the ballot would keep them
joung. It would give them something to
think and talk about: Keep them Inter
ested, and make them far more enter
taining to their men folk than thej nre
"Before I became Interested In politics.
I Insisted upon darning stockings to have)
something to do." said Mrs. Evan.
went to church a lot, and dirt chant j-
work I told people how to live comfort
ably on less money than 1 could buy my
Commodore Caro G Moore, U. P. A.,
introduced Mrs. Evan", saying that men
are beginning to -think logically about
the suffrage question, and that Its com
plcto adoption was sure to come. Alex
ander Aaronsohn also spoke
The person casting the most votes In
The Herald's 125.000 Contest between
February 3 and 24 will be given a X750
Conover Baby Grand Piano, purchased
irom i-ercy s. faster
C S. Ilert. ot Acrlcullarr. Weather Burran.
Waahlnston. WedneUy, Feb. S- p. m.
Porinc the last twenty four hours there were no
flurries In Northern ?ew Endand. the rccion of the
Great Lakes. Montana, ?torthrrn Idaho, and vvawi
inrton. and rain.. In rrtrrrne Southern California and
Southern Arizona. Ebewhere the weather remained
A ditturbtnce that la now derelorinff nrrr the far
southwest will canm rains in that region Thurwlay
and Friday, and unvtUed weather, followed by rains
Thursday nlaht or Friday in the West Gulf States
and ,niw In Oklahoma. Arkansas, and Southern
MlMourt. In other parts of the country the weather
wilt be fair Thurvlay and Friday, rtrer that there
will be anow locally near the Great Lake
No decided temperature chances are Indicated for
any part of the country durl&x the next forty-elzht
The winds alons the New England CoaH will be
moderate west: on the Middle AtUntlo Cnt lUrht
west; on the South ACtntlo and Eut Gulf emits
Ucht rarUHe; m the West Gulf Omit tnwlmta
east; on Lako Michigan moderate weat.
MIdnlfht, 33; 1 a. m.. : 4 a. m.. St: a. m., X; I
a. m., 30; 10 a. m . 30; 12 noon. 32; 3 p. m., 31: 4
p.m.. SS:Sn,m..33:Sn.m.. ijiorvm..M. HlaV
est. 37; lowest, 2P.
Keiattra humidity s a. ra.. 4s; 2 p. m., 47; s rv m.,
49. Rainfall On,m.toSn.m). 0 Hours ot sun
shine. 10.4; prr cent of pondbla sunshine. KJO.
Temperature same date last year llianeat. 19: low
Temperatures In Other Cities.
Temperatures In other cities, tenther with the
tmouni of ralnfaU for the twenty-four hours ended at
Ilka, yesterday, are as follows:
Max. Ula. Ian. falL
AshcTtlle, N. 0 41 28 SK
AUanta. Ga . 12 2 4
Atlantis City. N. J........ 32
Bismarck. N. Dak.........
Boston. Mass.... .......,. 28
Buffalo, N. T........... 1
Chlcaso. HI 12
Cheyenne. Wyo..HM....... 22
DaTeoport. Iowa II
Denrer. Colo 22
Des Moines. Iowa... 16
Duluth. Minn. -t
Gtlreston. Tex 54
Helena. Mont 4
Indianapolis, Ind. M
JacksonrUV. Fla... C2
Kansas City. Mo II
Little Rock. Ark 40
Los Ant-rlea, Cal.... M
Marquette, Ulcfl. ........... 4 ,
Memphis. Term 33
New Orleans, La M
.New York. X. T 24
North Platte. Xtbr....... 22
Omaha, Nebr. 20
Philadelphia. Pa............ 32
FltUburs. Pa... 20
Portland. Me 24
Portland. Oree. X
Salt Like aty. Utah 43
St. Loma. wo. is
St. rani, Minn............. ; '
San Francisco. Cal M
Scrlncfleld. 111... U
Taeoma, "iWad.. ............ 31
Tampa, Fla. , ;
Toledo, Ohio................ II
ykiaburz. Mm.............. B
P , ffUsH
I v 1isasasassal
Iv' 'iY.(-:-V rJafsafsssssssal
Mrs. Elisabeth Glrndnwer Evans,
TO D JJ. BE
Fear of Federal Jurisdiction
Over. Proposed Building"
MANAGERS MEET HERE
Board Votes. to Censor All News of
the Next Continental t
The bill pending in Congress to appro
priate S300.000 for site and building as
an "addition" to Memorial Continental
Hall was Indorsed "with such correc
tion as the president general and a com
mittee sppolned by her deem best." at a
meeting of the national board of man
agement of tho Society of the Daughters
of the American Revolution at the hall
The bill, which was introduced In the
House by Representative Towner at the
request of Mrs. Matthew T. Scott, the
president general of the society, names
the Secretary or war as one or a com
mission to supervise the expenditure of
the money appropriated, nnd this pro
vision, with the fact that the Federal
government would provide funds for the
new building, would give the govcrnraent
a Jurisdiction over the Memorial Contl
nental Hall, some members of the so
ciety contended. The resolution to pro
vide changes was accordingly adopted.
In order that only such "news" of the
D. A. R. gets Into the public press, the
board voted yesterday to establish a cen
sarshlp of the press during the sessions
of the Continental Congress In April.
The meetings of the congress will be
held In executive sessions, and all report
ers will bo excluded therefrorh.
At tho last congress an attempt was
made to pass such a resolution, but when
the congress realized that it was voting
practically to eliminate all mention of
D. A. R. events from the columns of
the press. It hurriedly took It all back
and said the reporters were tho greatest
of Its blessings.
In place of the reporters It was voted
to Issue the news of the star chamber
proceedings through a publicity commit
The society will use at its elections at
the meeting of Its congress here this
spring voting machines, which were Used
It was announced that the debt of
the society on tho Memorial Contlnetnal
Hall had been reduced by S20.000.
Tho Continental Hall committee will
hold a meeting at tho hall this morning
By New York Telegraph.
First race Stare, Camarada.
Second race Gift, Galcne Gale,
Third race Transparent. Mazur
Fourth race r.irlor Boj. Daddy
GIp, Lack Bose.
Fifth race Tim Judge, Cosgrove,
Third race Fern L.. Malzle Girl,
First race Gordon, Salon, Edna
Second race Strike Out, Bcrtls,
Third race Vcncta Strome. Syl
Fourth race Amoret, Sherwood,
Mack B. Eubanks.
Fifth race Kelly. Tiny Tim,
Third race Wander, Col. Cook,
Jime. R Cralrhnl. II rears. 3TB2 Q St. nw.
Rjland C Turner. 42. M6S O St. aw.
J Thomas Brown. . EC 25th St. nw.
William II Trtptrtt. PI, KB Morton St. ne.
Enoch Edmocston. 75. Ill) R EL nw
Hampton McCreary, 9k Walter Reed Hosn,
Joh-pn T Street, 1. SO Potomac Are. ae.
Sarah E. Taylor, 79. 906 4th St. se.
Either Aaron. SI. S3 44 RL sw.
William C. Bliek. . 121 Q St. nw.
Frederic L. Salty, 3, Tl Bates St. nw.
Uiiam Lawrence. 75. 331 N. Y. Are. nw.
Louis W. Eoppert. 35, Bladensburz Road.
JIary StitcneiL 61, Wash.' Asylum noap.
Rufua Brorks. 23. Gort. Hosp. Insane.
Smith Twymxn, 8S. B02 21rt St. nw.
Emma Bell. 15. 2004 I 8t. nw.
Jane Brown, 57, 27 10th St. nw.
Howard Whitney. 1 months. 2311 L St. nw.
James Stewart. 10 months, 273 16th SL nw.
Harrison Lomax. 1 day, 2XLls Georzla Are nw.
Ten thousand hew coke ovens are to
bo built In ConnellsviUe, Pa., at a cost
Fat women who are exiuteiu plating a
sew gown In the mod wlU have to con
template a reduction of their flesh before
they visit the dressmaker.
Fortunately this is nothing like the
hard labor It was when one had nothing
but exercising or dletlcr to set results
with. Nowadays a short course of the
Marznola Prescription Tablets aho-old brine
any woman, however fat, to the propor
tions -necessary xor ner to wear a JJirec
Let har take a Marraota Tablet (made
in accordance with the famous prescrip
tion and. therefore, harmless) after each
meat and at bedtime and she should Tlry
soon be losing a pound a day. This re
sult, srcompllshed without disturbing
one's) table customs, forming wrinkle ot
flutresslnr the stomach, astonishes every
body. Hvea one Urge, case, costing only 78
cents at any druggist', or the same
amount direct by mall from th Mar.'
mola' Company, Farmer Bldr.. Detroit,
aaica-, arrresa aseasRrra rssrnita. tbm cm,
421 ti 431 7th St.
417 ti 425 ltd St.
To-day's Bargains in
Fine While Goods
20C White Mer-IOIn
cerized Batiste, l2u
30 inches wide; beautiful,
fine quality; permanent silk
finish; an ideal material for
waists, dresses, also under-
19c White English Rep,
28 inches wide; fine, heavy
quality; splendid, soft French
finish, and one of the best fab
rics for skirts, suits, nurses'
uniforms, and children's wear.
I NOTICE j
11 bear to nolUy the general ?
T pnbllr that Plnkrrton A Co.. X
T United State. Detective Agency,
T h.Tlnar a Commercial Depart- .t.
X snent, 1. not connected lis any ,,
X way nlth (be original Plnkerton .;.
X TSatlonn! DeleetlTe Agency, nor ..
X with the Plnkerton. Bank Jt .
X nankers Proleellon operated by .,.
X us. .;.
I THE PINKERTON t
t National Detective Agency
i A1A.AX PIXKERTO.V, Jetr York.
Table Luxuries. Elgin Butter.
236ESt N.E. Phono U 497
Wt GIt Totes la Th BtnWt CS.OS CoctML
': tn 1 1 1
X Ten yearn old. f lS. J.
j," Order by phone. a
3. Also TE.t.NESSEE, S1.00 Boitlr. J
X The Shoo maker Co.
X 133t E Street X. IV. i
X Cat.bll.hed 1S53. Pbone 31 llS8na X
4 1' '! HUlt ! I' '! : !' 1 ! ! '! t -
Iododtef cirtrt. emtri-J ct, rabalralnfc,
tvhrood, oprnlng of cnTe, thiro arcitf.
bcartt. &&. eta CkU or phrc fcr furtbtr
W. W. DEAL & CO.,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBAIAIER3.
, 818 II STnEBT NORTHEAST.
rnorcssioKAL edccatiom i4 account-
secy. Practical work especially adapted t. men
employed. JS-rare bulletin. Can or address. Director
f Education. T. M. 0. A, I7M O SL. Waahlcitan,
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES
W a3arenth St. ne. Ltneota &3L
A VfbUIAL MELTISO OF THE MTOCkHOLIK
era ot the LOV1NQTON COAL MIXING COM
PAST will bo held at 1U0 P Street Northweat.
Washlmton, D. ti. on FEBRDARV 3. U'J. at 1
nk. for the rauroM of toubs upon rropowt
amendments to the charter by Inerrasina: the capital
lock to 9150.000. and by increaainc tha Board of
Tmateea to nine- (9) members; ami to authorise fh
ism. of 315D.0D7 second trust bonus tor rertmomz
present secured sod unsecured indrbtedncm and rm
tile additional wnrkins raritaL J. M. DUNCAN.
JAS. O. STOCKS, JOHN BENSOV, W. It. SIU
VKR. A3DRr,W 3WEN3UT,, ana rj. tlUAKr
KNATP. Trustees. ia3Wrs.ll
Gallery of Art
Will ,Keopen to the Public on
FRIDAT. FEBRUARY 7. 1013.
F. B. McGUIRE.
VIAVI SCIENCE Or HEALTH. NATURAL.
rttniurdeal: tOJ-pafft book free. Apply by mall. Ill
Colorado Bids. Free lecture fcr women Wednesdays
at 33) p. m. " 4-U
III I CD' ' ed exdustnly in mnltari
miLLCH a) MOleTs Self-ralslnaT Bucwh
SavlLBaieTar That's why the cakes It yi's
alCII-fiaiSing , always wbolawo. and -
taoanatliael crpUonally deLdous. Try MILL
KtvlTRCai ER'S neit tto.
tZTAt your Irtrer'a. No consumers surcUed.
B. B. EARNSHAW O BRO.,
Vholeaalrrs, 11th and 31 St.. S. E.
4M Irery DtantptJco-ModgilsTj Prla.
GEOHOE F. ZUBH0HST,
SJt EAST CAPlTOLsT. '
BrUbBabad Ut7. CBAa. 8. STntBOB. atss,
UBS. Piuseral Dlreetar
lOMfsj) ast afoasrs Oistjii la. Jaodasa satsasV
ImktJtm ii.li i m 1 1 mmimm
I flORDON'S AA. I
I CHRISTIAN XAM1ER I
H 909 SEVENTH STREET S
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