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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13, 1913.
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A Full Evening of Entertainment
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Of course, in connection with the most tempting Cafe
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Jour Combination at 40c.
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After Conference with CoL
Cosby, Inaugural Details
Go to President-elect
JERSEY OFFICIALS HERE
Weller Fills Public Comfort Committee.
Women Barred from Parade.
Seat Selling Fast.
What nlll probably be the last official
O. K. from the Presldcnt-eleU on the
plans of the Inaugural committee for
March 4 should arrle from Trenton In
a day 'or two, after Gov. Wilson places
the mark of his approval on his personal
Itinerary that Is to be compiled to-day.
Col. Thomas II. Birch. Gov. Wilson's
personal aid, will hold a conference with
pnl CnAnnt Pnhr. stinerlnt endent of
public bulldingsvand grounds, and wjth
tne powers mat oe in me iiu&ut,uii
committee this morning to settlo on the
Induction Into office. This Itinerary will
be suomilica to tne i-resiaem-eieci id
Trenton late to-day, and the programme
will be O. K.'d In all probability and re
turned to Washington within a day or
Col. Birch and C E. Grosseup, State
treasurer of New Jersey, were In Wash
ington esterday for two purposes They
came to attend the count of the elec
toral vote in the House as reprcsenta
tlcs from the President-elect and the
State of New JrrMj, and also to arrange
the final Itinerary
Man Who Introduced Ilrsaii.
Col. Birch has the distinction of being
the man to bring about the introduction
of President-elect 'Wilson and William
Jennings Brian. The meeting took
place in April two jears ago. Col Brvan
vas a visitor at the home of Cot Birch
In Burlington. N J The day was Sun
day and In the afternoon the two coloncli
motored oer to Princeton University
There the then president of Irlneeton
and the Commoner were Introduced and
at the same time the) both passed their
words to sneak at a meeting to le hel
In Burlington a few days later. Thus be
gan the acquaintance that now is af
fording much material to cabinet fore
The full committee of Chairman Wcller.
of the public comfort committee, was
named jcsterdiy, the list comprising
nearl TiO names These men were picked
ai the representative business men of
Washington .ind will sere as a reception
committee for the mass of visitors that
will come for the inauguration They
work in "watches" at the Union Station
day and night while the crowds are
arriving and departing and it will be
their personal dut to see that every
stranger reaches his or her lodging place
In safety. The Boy Scouts will co-operate
with the committee as guides. As
each visitor arrives he will be met by one
of tho committee of which there will be
fifty or more members constantly on duty
day and night, and then turned over to
one of the Scouts to be conducted to the
lodging place reserved for him
It was definitely decided yesterday by
the inaugural officials that no women
shall fake part In the inaugural parade.
Cnalrman Harper, of tho committee
on civic orsarlzatlcns. expressed hlmsotf
as much pleased at tne way the i nlted
Mates Senators are responding to his
request that each name two men from
Ins St.ite to act as aids In the parade
The whole lino will be dlvid.sl Into sev
eral hrigodes. .ind each brigade into
several subdivision". Kadi of these sub
rect'ons will be unoer the charge of one
of the aids.
Tho sale-of heats in tho I-afaette
stand practically closed estenla. With
the ccrvtitlon of a straggling few. every
wnt naj sold. The sale opened Taes
Jn In (irder that there might be no
dissatisfaction, the committee took pains
to destrov .vcr ticket for a scat oe
hlnd a tree, and a number wire thus
Macs M Bernhardt. and Klencfa B Hurl,
Iter. James H Vlontgomerr.
William Adler. 2.sjnd-Ona 31. Newrcnib, JS. Her.
! II Cirme
H'llh.m Uorth Hale X, and Helen Mane Ltuh.
. Her S IL Cnrnt
Charln A MottUimI 3S. and Katherine B Hw,
?1 both of Blucmont, a. Rer. James Mootan
Burton J Kier. S. of Sajie. ra., anil Jennie M
offrt ZS. oT Atbens C. Iter. Janiea S. MontjaneT
Uobrrt Minor Atklcscn, Si cf Caaco, a , and
BUnrhe O Jlo.br 3. of Ruckulle. Va
VlTiena T1iunr3.ia 3S, aLl .Vsnea If. Orter. ZS. of
ViH Church a Ber James S. tontoinerr.
Jdin Jovrh Down. 39, and ltobrrta Kmma Ua
rold. 47. Iter. S- II Greene.
Adam J. Kamloota, C and Helen Marrhin-ki. ;i,
trfh of Chiosrj. III. Judse C S. Borxtr.
Hanr F Leirtton. r. and Eta 8 Bennett, 2).
bolh of Ccrinrton. a. Bn. Oiarlea P. Sontar
Manricr I), ilalonr. S. and Clara M. Hanna. Zl. of
Atlanta. Ui Ret VVUlam It. V eddennoon.
Our K. Calhoun, Z of AnnapolU. Md., and Kdna
A Earlcmber. 3. Iter. W liaddlfle
Baul I, roiiina, 3, if Aahburn. Va., and Marx
Elln Th.tai, 3 of Aldie. Va. Iter, Georsa .
r, r. Lee. 90 and Marr Hall,
J II Hint, a, and Martha L. short. IL
W C Braxton, 2, and Dannie JonfM. 3C
hlltn P. Pooke, 8S jear. UB 10th St. n.
Henrr .V. IVar. Zi. CarirM Hnaraul
Jam R. Rodftra. tC. Maaoulc and Castern btar
IJojd P. Ixirke. HI, OR I. Ut nir.
Bartara StriBer. tt KS tlh f-t aw.
Jolin It. Mrmiee. TO. ;eorcrtown PniTeroity Iloan.
Cliarlea It. Oregon, C3. ott. Hcerltal Irtoano,
ilium J Banett. C iTroridcno! HosrltaL
M.ryS Cole. ZS. T3J Tth St ra
Mrliacl J. Lolilxr. 33 (ooldirn' Home I C
Alfred Sarorr. 60. 23 Uth gt. is
Million JlilUck. 7, Walter Reed Hrrntal
Mh bar! Conlon, 73. Georgetown UnlTemtjr Ho.rt
Johanna O Connell. Ct, 33 I SU ne
Chsrlfl, R. Heiilop. 3. CbiMren'a HoFpitaL
Curie Scil-rt. CI, 131! 6th PL n.
Robert U Jones, 3d. Garfield Hosrttal.
Blanche A Tounc. ZZ. 11S lith Su nir.
Georse K. Webb, 7 montha. 130 E St. ae.
Clara V. Lindarr. 9 monlha, Bennlcc, It C
Eda M. llclnriiti. i uisitlis. 1134 Pa t. mr.
Gcr.nrda B. VVatlint. 1 month, an 13th St. .
Seedr D Greenleaf, 63 years, Caanaltr HosntaL
Waahinston Johasun. 6JD Preedmea'a HnartlaL
Ruth renn, 3 montha. Prredmen's UoarataL
Jaeib ami Man tutrr. prl
Charles I' and Mary I- Whittirnton bo.
Cliarlea f and Laura H. Tbcsblii, bor
John C, and Plcrenc I Unsw ax, girl.
Lawrence J. and Inns Jmes, bn
WlllLun B. and Jcoale M. In in. rlrl
KizMi T, and Gran M Grlxalrjr, drl.
Olichael and Manle Faccuano, sirl
totafford G. and Freddie LVIe-idrrnlcr. crl.
Mward R. and Nellie G. Blue. airl.
IToward R and Catberins A. Bamea, bor.
lloraco and 31ar Bamhart. boy.
Edward and Suaan Smith. strL
Richard and Marj Bramlford. drL
The Oldest Ttemedy Karma
Is a seldlltz. powder. All physicians pre
scribe It for all troubles of the stomach.
liver, and bowe's You can now buy a
cood-tatlng seicTtz powder. It Is called
HofTs Lemon Swldllta.
DISCUSS FREE DEUVEEY. J
Chamber of Commerce Committee to
Act This Afternoon.
Discontinuance of free local delivery of
freight, of -which the Pennsjlvanla and
Baltimore and Ohio Railroads have filed
notification with the Interstate Com
merce Commission will be considered by
the Chamber of Commerce committee on
freight rates and transportation, of
which P. T. Moran Is chairman, at 4-30
o'clock to-morrow afternoon -at a meet
ing at theChamber headquarters.
t The executive committee of the Wash
ington Chamber of Commerce will meet
at the Chamber at, noon to-day. Among
the matters to be considered Is the rati
fication of the election of twenty-two
applicants for membership yesterday by
the membership committee. The pro
posed members are:
Louis Bush. 8. L. Nye. Silas A. Man
uel, P. J. Grlnsfelder. Lent Towers. Jr.,
James A. Cahtll, K. J. Gardiner, T. P.
Murphy. William Corcoran Eustls. T. A.
McKee, William C. Johnson, Charles W.
Semmes, Frank B. Essex, Francis Boyle,
Patrick J. Collins, John O. Gheen, John
L. Newbold, William J. Latimer. W.
Hamilton Smith. Eouthwlch C Briggs, E.
C. Ileald. David E. Buckingham.
Miss Grace Walters Appears
Before Small Crowd in
MADAME SAPIN SINGS
Movement to Dvorak's "Hamoresque"
One of the Delights of the
Miss Grace Walters, one of the best
known exponents of the dcscriptlvo
dance. m.ido her first appearance before
Washington society at the Playhouse
Thoso fortunate enough to be present
saw In the truly wonderful Interpretative
Wanclrg of Miss Walters proof that
dancing at Its lie-st Is 11s trulv a great
dranittlr art as Is tho drama Itself
Miss Walters showed great dramatic
ability, her interpretation of sentiments
and emotions embodied In musical com-
loslUonn varying from the Jovous aban
don of Poldlnl's "Dance of Joy" to the
tragic emotional depths reached li
"vsf's To-l" of Greig. Her Interpreta
Hon of Dvoraks "Humoresque " wad
marked by the best exemplification
the pure technique of her art that the
programme afforded, but it was the un
restricted fr-Kdom and grace of -note-
ment and posture in such Interpretations
as that of "Ar lira's Tanz" that left the
most forcible and .leasln-j Impression of
her abilities as an artut
An Important clement in the success
of Miss Walters Interpretations was the
excellency of the musical rendition at
the piano li Prof. I.ouls Hlntze. of New
York, and late of the Roval Academy of
Vlnie. -nplu Mnita.
Th programme was made doubly en
jo able by the songs of Mme. Clara
Sapln, -which made a most Important
part of It Mme. Sapln has a contralto
voice of unusual mellowness and range,
both of vhich qualities were strikingly
shown In the selections. Great delicacy
of expression was shown In the rendi
tion of the "Vision," Krieus. which Mme
Sapln sang in her own tongue Her
powers of dramatic expression came out
most strongl In the singing of Salter's
"Cry of Rachel." to which her audience
made such enthusiastic response that
Mrf Sapln accorded them tho onl
encore of the afternoon, which was an
irttl from the collection of American In
dian songs of Charlts Wakefield Cad
ni an, 'From the 1-anJ of the bk-blue
Waters. It was the most effective con
trast with the other portions of the ex
cellent programme, and showed even
more clearlj than "Vision" Mme. Sapln's
abilities in simplicity and delicacy of ex
pression. The programme:
"Sprlnr Song ' . ..... ...
"InTitatioo to the Dance" ..
MIsj W altera.
r-onza-lal To -Jou"
Ibl "That a Life '
(cl "Through a Primrrw Dell'
'Pince of Joy" roldini
Humoreaqne . .. .....Drneak
Vtarche Miliuire Sdrabcrt
"Aw a Tod. ' frcm lver Gynt" GreLj
Sffijo u) "Triura Iunh die Daemraening"
lb) ' Vlalon" Krleoa
From rcer Gjnt -(a)
"Morgeoftimmnru; ' .. . .
(b "Amtra'j Tana.
Encore From the Land of the Skj blue W"a-
"Blue Danabe" Strans
WANT EXTRA TRAIN.
Chempeoke flench Cltlaens Hold
The North Chesapeake Beach Citizens'
Association held Its regular monthly
meeting at the residence of its president.
Dr. B. H. Smart. ST Rhode Island Ave
nue Northwest, Tuesday evening. A
large number of members attended and
after electing Dr. Elmer E. Jackson,
secretary for the unexpired term of J.
H. Bangs, resigned, discussed plans of
Improvement for the coming season.
These Include an additional early train
from the Beach In the morning, leaving
the Beach at S a. in., street car service
between North and S3uth Beach, restora
tion of pier carried away by breaking
up of heavy Ice List winter, and Im
provement and protection of beach front
on Bay Avenue.
The secretary was Instructed to take
a census, with a view- to determine the
number desiring to become legal resi
dents of Maryland with a view to the
exercise of franchise. A plat of the
new addition to North Beach embracing
Holland Point was exhibited and elicited
ICE RINK READY.
Grounds Flooded and Sport Will
Skating on the new Ice rink of the
Washington Skating Association Is
scheduled for to-day. The rink, which
Is in the horse sh6w grounds below
Pennsylvania Avenue, was flooded last
night, and at the end of to-day's sport
will be flooded again. It will be ready
for use again to-morrow.
The public Is invited to, watch the
sport, and those who wish to Join the
associtlon may leave their names with
the caretaker at the link.
Infant's Body Sent by Parcel Post.
Glrardvllle. Pa.. Feb. 11 An infant's
funeral casket sent by parcel post -from
Sunbury was the consignment received
by Undertaker Connors here to-day.
PILES CTjriED isf TO 14 DATS.
Tour drusxlat win refund money if TAZO OINT
1IENT faill to'eun anr eaaa of itebinc, bUod.
binding er probMdinf piles la I t J I dajs, Ws
Lenten Innovation to Be Tried
To-day by Smart Set
A LEVEE ON ROLLERS
Idea Originated with the Viscountess
Benoist d'Azy, of French
a r.ni.n innovation that elves prom
ise of becoming popular with society In
the Xatolnal Capital will be Inaugurated
this afternoon, when the first or a neo
of "kkatlng teas" will be held at the
Arcade. The idea Is to skate urtll a
respectable thlnt has been ncqulrcd nnd
then drink tea at little tables arranged
for that purpose and chat with other
skaters or with some of tho matrons
who w ill grace the occasion as chupe
rones or patronesses.
Tho "skating tea" Is an original Idea
with the Viscountess Benolat d'Azv, wife
of tho naval attache of the French Em
bassy. The viscountess, sponsor for nu
merous unique Ideas of entertainment for
the smart set of Washington, several
daj.s ago decided that a subscription
'skate" would prove a novel diversion
during Lent, Other society women to
whom the viscountess mentioned her
scheme waxed enthusiastic, and arrange
ments wr made to hold a rries of
"skatos" every Thursda, beginning to
dav. Thr Viscountess d'Axy and Mrs. George
Howard will receive the guests this after
noon Among those who have signified
their Intention of being presmt are the
I'rench Ambassador and Mme. lusserahd.
Mr. de Pcrettl de la Rocca, Counselor of
the Embassy, and Mme. de la Rocca;
Capt. de Chambrun. Military Attache of
the Embassy, and the Countess de Cham
brun, and other members of the embassy
staff. Mr. Giuseppe Catalan!. Counselor
and Charge d'Affalres of the Italian Em
bassy, and Count Mauro Tostl del duchl
di Valmlnuta. Secretary, and the joung-
er members of the embassy staff, Senor
Algara, the Mexican Ambassador; the
Netherlands Minister and Mme. Loudon,
the Norwegian Minister ahd Mme. Byrn,
and practically all the members of the
vounger diplomatic set
Among a few of the society people
who will be present are the Viscount
nnd Viscaiintess Henri dl Slbour. Mr.
and Mrs Preston Gibson. Mr and Mrs.
Chandler Sliuey. Miss Gladjs Hinckley,
Miss ileyer and Miss Alvs Meer.
Mrs. Richard Townsend, Mrs Mar
shall Field. Mrs Henry F. Dlmock. Mrs.
Hope Slater. Mrs Edson Bradley and
Mr? Thomas F Walsh are among the
older matrons who will visit the Arcade
to witness the Initial "skate.
The Viscountess d'Azy has great hopes
for her latest project and states that all
to whom she has mentioned It have given
their hearty approval
An orchestra will furnish music dur
ing tho merry whirl of the "rollers'
and add to the soothing effect of the
tea when skating becomes tiresome.
A TRUST A DAY
Cleveland Stone Company WleUer-
Ktaant's 1 Ictlru Yesterday.
Another suit under the Sherman law
was filed vesterday in the Federal court
lor the Northern District of Ohio, under
the direction of Attorney General Wick
ersham. who, an the eve of going out
of office Is maintaining his record of one
anti-trust suit dally
The suit begun vesterda) was against
the Cleveland Stone Company and sub
sidiary corporations and a number of
Individuals resident In Ohio, Indiana,
Chicago, and New York, who are alleged
to lie engaged In a conspiracy to re'
strain trade snd commerce In building
stone, flagging, curbing stone, and grind
The defendants named In the bill, In
rddltion to the Cleveland Stone Com
pany, the holding corporatldn. include a
score of Ohio and Indiana companies.
The bill alleges that the Cleveland
Stone Companj and the corporations and
defendants are combined In one concern,
with a capital stock of SI.OOO.OOO, of which
the Individuals named are directors or
It alleges that alleged competition Is
maintained by certain of the subsidiary
companies, but that It Is apparent and
not real, nnd is Intended to deceive the
rublic. The bill alleges that these so-
called competing companies alwas ap
pear and offer bids against the Cleveland
Stone Company, but that the last-named
corporation dictates their bids. The al
legation is made that competition has
been aestrovea ana mat an uniawiui
monopoly exists in all of the products
V. S. Dert. of Agriculture. Weather Bureau.
Washington. W'ednevdar. Feb. 13-S p. m.
Fair weather will continue Thnncaj and Frklar
oter practically all dbtricts from tfu, MaKladtni
Hirer we-tward. eacrpl in tho West Gulf NtaU.
when, there will be rafca. In th Hut Gulf and
tacuth Atlantic btaten Trnneeoee. and the Ohio Val
ley the weather wltl be fair ThnrxlaT and unsettled
Fridar. In the region of tho Great Laara. the Mid
dla Atlantic and New England Stales fair weather
Thundar will be. followed br lncraalna; doudlncaa
Tho temperature will be higher Thursdai In the
Miaalaaippl and Ohio Talleja and the L'rrer Lake re
gion, and Friday in the Middle Atlantic aiM New
England htatra. the UjvtT Ohio Valley, and the
Lower Lake region. The temperature will not change
decuedly in w cetera en&tncta.
llidmeht 42. 2 a. m.. 43: 4 a. m
a. m.. 3: IS a. m.. 3f . 13 noon. 3. 3 n. ro., 30, 4 p.
m., 9, (p. a.. 3;P.-. 3;10p.m- V. Highest.
43: lowevt. IS.
Retallrr humidity- a m.. 0 1 p. m.. 7S. 8 p.
4& Rlinfall (8 p. m. to S p. m ). 0. Houra of :
ahine- 10.: nrr cent of Doasible sunshine, 1C0.
Temperature same date Ian year Highest, 30, low
Temperature In. Other Cities.
Temprraturei in other
dtlea. tceether IU tha
twenty-four hours ended at
amount of rainfall for the
1 p. m. yeateiday. are u
Max. 51 In. trim. fan.
AshetUle. N' C.
Atlantis City. X J
Ptematck. N. Pak
Buffalo. X. Y
Pes Moioes. lowa.......
Kanu-i Cite, Vo .. ....
Little Rock. Artr.
Los Angeles. Cal
Memphis, Tenn. ,
New Orleans. 1m
New York. N. T.
North riatte, kebr.......
Philadelphia. Pa ,
Bait Lake City. Utah
FL Louis, Mo.....o....
BU Paul. Minn
fan Tranciaoo. Cal
MIDDIES TO BE DINED
BY EDWARD B.McLEAN
Fatve Admiral to Figure ia Biggest
Private ETeaLof Iaaa
Nearly E00 of Uncle Sam's future ad
mirals, constituting the detachment of
Annapolis midshipmen assigned to the
Inaugural parade, will be dined by Ed
ward B. McLean, following the parade on
Mr. McLean, one of America's roost
prominent young millionaires, is the son
of John R. McLean, publisher and finan
cier, of Washington and Cincinnati. The
dinner next month to the "middles" will
bo In observance of a custom Inaugurated
by .Mr, McLean's mother; who died last
summer. Last Inauguration the snow
storm prevented the attendance of the
detachment of midshipmen on the Inaug
uration, so the dinner was eliminated.
Big preparations are being made for the
affair, which will be given In Mr. Mc
Lean's Massachusetts Avenue mansion.
A small army of waiters and caterers
have been arranged for and the lists
of additional guests are being carefully
prepared. Many a young neart 01 tne
fairer jex Is missing beats regularly in
anticipation of attending or not attend
ing the affair.
Tariff CommissioB and Improved Con
sular Service Urged Member
Directors of the Chamber of Commerce
of the United 8tates are holding a two-
das a' session st the Chamber's headquar
ters In the Riggs Building to put Into
effect by a referendum to Its component
members certain resolutions adopted by
the first annual convention recently held
The directors, at whose meeting Harry
A. Wheeler, president of the Chamber,
li presiding, met yesterday, and probably
will adjourn to-day. Resolutions that
Congress be urged to enact legislation
creating a tariff commission ana improv
ing the consular service were put In
Those present at the sessions sre Presi
dent Wheeler. Vice Presidents II. E.
Miles, of Racine, Wis.; W D. Simmons,
of St. Louis; A. B. Farquar, of York,
Fa.: Treasurer John Joy Edson. of Wash
ington. D. C: Chairman John II. Fahey,
of the executive committee, and Direct
ors Fredeiick A. Bode, of Chicago; A.
S. Caldwell, of Memphis. Tcnn.: C. G
Craddock. of Lynchburg. Va.; Homer H.
Johnson, of Cleveland. Ohio. W. M. Mc
cormick, of Baltimore: W. A. Marble, of
New Tork; Ellas Michael, of St. Louis,
Edward G. Miner, of Rochester, r. 1.;
William D. Mullen, of Wilmington, DeL,
John W. Phllp. of Dallas. Eex.; R. G.
Rhett. of Chareston. S. C. and T. U L.
Temple, of Texarkana, Ark.
The following organizations were
elected to membership- Spokane Cham
ber of Commerce. Washington State
Muskogee Commercial Club, Indian Ter
ritory; Commercial Club of Duluth. Wis.
Board of Trade of Kansas City; Lemont
Commercial Association. Illinois: Michi
gan Avenue Association of Chicago. Na
tional Manufacturers of Soda Water
Flavors, Philadelphia: National League
of Commission Merchants of I nlted
States, New York; Portsmouth. N. II,
Board of Trade and Merchants Ext-
change: Woonsocket Business Men's As
sociation, Rhode Island: Association Na
tional de Productores de Cafe, Ponce.
Porto Rico; National Association of
Master BakelT Philadelphia; Holyoke,
Mass.. Board of Trade. Galnsville, Ga.,
Chamber of Commerce.
The total membership of the Chamber
of Commerce of the United States Is
now 397 organizations, with an aggregate
membership of lCCX) firms and Individ
WHL GET FISCHER.
I.os Amcelra Fugitive- Held by 'cot
Secretary of State Knox to-day prob
ably will sign extradition papers re
questing the police authorities of Lon
don. England, to deliver Victor C
Fischer, alleged embezzler held by
Scotland Yard. Into the custody of De
tectives Paul Flammer and Daniel Mil
ler, of Los Angeles. Cal
Fischer who is accused of embezzling
S3.500 from the Crescent Creamery-
Company, of Los Angeles, while em
ploved by the firm as cashier, was pur
sued by detectives across the United
States and Atlantic Ocean and through
several countries of Europe before he
was nabbed by Scotland Yard.
Flammer and Miller arrived in this
city and presented their plea for ex
tradition papers at the State Depart
ment yesterday The Issuance of the
papers was postponed until the depart
ment has had an opportunity to in
vestlgate the charges against Fischer.
Largest Morning Circulation.
Capital ....... ..............P.CCO,00
Lamed Snrplos. .. ...................1.000 000
Deposits Oier........................ IOO.eOJ
a Small Deposit
does not necessitate begin
ning in a small bank. This is
a big bank, bnt it invites ac
counts of every size. Let as
SMH ItATK of Interest paid on
both large aad small account.
and Trust Company.
Comer 15th and X. Y. Ave.
Table Luxuries. Elgin Butter.
236EStsN.E. Phonal.. 497
tr Ott. Tote U TVs Haravrs S.00S Oootast,
513 12th St. N. W.
tVe till vote, re w Ber aid a COM Omtsst,
will renaJe vmir sawlnar maehlaa
properly, no matter what make.
Bend postal, or pbons la-SISS.
Cornsr 3d and H Stre.ts N. W.
wits Vaua la The slang's fJsM CxaaaaV
421 ti 431 7th SL
417 U 425 1th SL
$1.00 26-inch. Fancy Marquis
ettes for 59c.
Positively all pure silk, per
fect and durable. They come in
white grounds with satin stripes
and beautiful floral designs, for
soft dress drapery- Regu- COc.
lar 11.00 quality
$1.00 24-inch Fancy Gold
Cloth for 50c.
In Persian and floral designs;
full 24 Inches wide and S1.00 Cfl
quallty. at halt price "
$1.00 40-inch Dewdrop Net
Made on all-silk net. with close
metal dots. In ten different
ground shades: beautiful for
overdrapery. nd sells regularly
at J1.00 a yard. To-day's Qq
24-inch 85c Colored Messa
All pure silk, heavy, soft and
perfectly finished. In 3J street and
evening shades: very desirable
for spring wear. Regular CQr
SSc quality. At "'
2315-2317 18th St.
Phone Columbia St. "
Wholesale and Retail
We Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
Wa srtva Herald 9SSJOOO eaatest vstaa. i,
Particular People Pafremze the
Msm Office and Works
623 G Street N. W.
Wa artva Herald 133-JOO eaateat vteav
CHRISTIAN XANDER'S,909 7t. St.
Means natural flavor and highest nu
HOMEMADE BRKAO AXD PIES.
2106 Pa. Ave. W. 25
W Cit Vote, la Tlss Barald'a (3.O. Coataac
No Storage Charges for
Iteasoaable rates on storage, baollng.
aad packing. Estimates furnished. Ex
UNION STORAGE CO.,
Phone it. 4374. 1911 Pa. lie.
Wa Urea Vote in Tea Heralda 73 000 Coolest.
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES
lO Xlaooantb St. ra. Uaeobs VOL
A SPECIAL MEETJSO OP THB CTOCKHOUV
era of tlM LOVIMTTOX COAL MINING COM
PANY wlU be Md at 1110 F Street crthwet.
Vaougtm. P. C. on FEBBUAUV 3, 1JU at -p.
ra.. for tie purpose of voting npon proposed
amendments to the charter by lncreaainz the earatat
stork to SZIOCOO. and by lncreaalnir tne Board of
Trustees to nine h memrera; and to authorise the
isne of $150000 .eeond trnat bonds fee refunding
present secured and unsecured Indebtedness and tto
Ue additional working carltal. 3 it DCVCtV
JAS. C STOCKS. JOHN BENSON. W. H SII
VEIt, ANDREW BWENSOX, ad H. STCAKT
KNAPP, Trustees. JaW.ll
VI AVI 8CIEXCE OP HEALTH. NATCRAU
nonsurgical: rCO-pagi book free. Apple t7 mail. Kl
Colorado Bldg. Fra lectors for women VYednesdajs
at SJ0 p. m. SU-tx
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B. B. IpARNSHAW BRO..
Vholenalrrm. 11th and M Sts. S. K.
FORD On Tuesday. February 11, 331i at
S a. m, EilNEST. beloved brother of
Funeral Thursday the ISth Inst.. t 3
o'clock from his brother's residence.
2t Eye Street Northwest. Relatives
and friends are Invited. Intermnt at
Newtown Cemetery. Charles Count),
STRIFFL.ER-On Tuesday afternoon.
i-ebruary ii. aii. at 3ju o ciock, h.vi;
BARA. widow of Leonard Strlffler
Funeral from her late residence. JS
Sixth Street Southwest, on Thursday
afternoon, at I o'clock. Interment at
Prospett Hill Cemetery.
Of Eterr Dtacrlption Moderateb; Pricsd.
GEORGE P. ZUEH0E5T,
M EAST CAPITtll. 8T
EatabUshed tSST. CH-i- S. ZURHORST, Mgr.
J. WILLIAM I.BR, Fnaersl Director
arsl Emtarmer. tirerr In conneetkm. CommodKius
Chapel and Modern Crematorium. Modest price.
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