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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1913.
Lansburgh&Bro.
420 to 430 7th St.
417 to 425 8th St.
SILK REMNANTS
Worth Up to 85c
a Yard
Many dress and waist lengths
of the season's most desirable
weaves and colors, such as 13
inch Black Taffetas. 54-Inch
Foulards. In dots only; 21-inch
Striped Messallnes. 5 7-Inch Black
Jap Habutals. They are all
pure silk and perfect f
and worth up to 85c a jWr
yard, at jv
Bargain Tables Main Floor.
$1 36-Inch
BLACK SILKS
69c
26-lnch Black Messallnes. Taf
fetas and Peau de Cygnes all
pure silk and perfectly finished;
crow blacks. Every one JT
our regular $1.00 quality. OVC
For to-day's sale at. "
Silk rVnrUaent Elfbtb Street AliTirT.
.
C. A If em us
FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS
EVERY DAY
SUGAR CURED
BACON,
15c Ibn
STEWING CHICKENS,
15c lb.
POT ROAST,
15c lb.
PURE LARD,
124c lb.
FRESH COUNTRY
SAUSAGE,
20c lb.
BEST WHITE
POTATOES,
20c pk.
75c bu.
CREAMERY BUTTER,
40c b.
FANCY
STRAWBERRIES,
25c box
GEO. C. ALTEMUS
292014th St.N.W.
rnone Col. 54S.
2440 18th St.N.W.
Phone Col. 3S30.
We clvr Herald 25,00
contest votes.
Relief
For Weak
Women
tiyz iHrrlAtM cxtrern dcttockmm, tmnl
wsaaa and other tllaci pectdUr to th k.
(LH purctii rood for X30 Bermli costal Totea,
Hy'ne Company,
Chicago. III.
FRESH
MEATS
Table Luxuries. Elgin Butter.
DRURY'S
236 ESt, N.E. Phono L. 497
tl GIt. Vote. In Tb Herald' C3.0GD rVTnfete.
"See Etz and See Better"
EDWIN H. ETZ
OPTICIAN
1003 -G" STREET
We Eire nerald C23.O0O contest Totes.
IF IT'S ELECTRICAL, WE HAVE IT
Phone M- JS64.
CEO. W. PAREZO,
tr GIt tote i
BEE HIVE MARKET
Large Can Corn .......J0e
Raisins, S for. ...........Se
Citron, pound -ISO
Tomatoes. 3 cans So
K. ItOSEXBLATT.
Oth and 31 Streets.
Phone N. 2334.
T rt Tota is Th Banld'a t3.S CimlX
MEN'S SMART FURHISHINCS
The shop that sells the cleverest ot
men's fixing for less.
1YI. LEVITAN & CO.
S044 KTH ST. If. "W.
We give nerald SS3.00O cosiest rotes,
A BUSY DAY FOR
Details of Next President's
First Hours in New Home
Announced.
GUEST OF HIS COUSIN
Attends Princeton Smoker Inaugura
tion Etc Morning of Fourth in
Hands of Committee.
After a conference yesterday with Col.
Thomas II. Birch, of Burlington. N. J.,
personal aid to Gov. Wilson, Walter W.
Vlck. secretary of tho Inaugural com
mittee, announced the following pro
gramme, showing what the movements
of the President-elect will be from the
minute, ha arrives In Washington until
C o'clock on tho evening of March 4:
Mr. Wilson Is to arrive in Washington
on the afternoon of March 3. and will be
met by a committee of tho Joint Con
gressional committee of the Senate and
House. wht"h v. ill escort him to the
Shorcham Hotel, vvhero ho is to be the
guest of his cousin. John E. Wilson,
until March 4 at 1030 a. m
The President-elect will bo the per
sonal guest of the Princeton Alumni As
sociation of ths District of Columbia at
smoker at the New Wlllard on tho
evening of March 3. To this only Prince
ton men will be Invited.
The Joint Congressional commltteo nf
th Senate and House, composed of Sena
tors Crane. Overman, and Bacon, and
Representatives Rucker, Garrett, and
McKlnley, will call for Gov. Wilson at
the Shoreham at 10:3) March 4 and escort
him to tho White Home, where he will
be Joined by President Taft and an
escort of honor and proceed to the
Capitol.
The ceremonies at the Capitol, In tho
Senate, and on the Inaugural stand are
in the hands of the Joint Congressional
committee, and the President-elect Is in
their hands until the return to tho White
House for luncheon, after his inaugural
address.
Upon arriving at the Capitol, the
President-elect and President Taft will
be escorted at once to the President's
room In the Senate wing, and the Vice
President-elect to the vlco President's
room Shortly beforo Die adjournment
of the Senate, the President and President-elect
will bo escorted to the Senate
Chamber, as will the Vice President
elect, the presence of tho Senate, the
members of the House of Representa
tives, the Chief Justice and Arsoclata
Justices of the Supreme Court, and a
inrong or aiMingulshed representative!
of foreign nations and high officials of
the United Statis government, the Pres
ident pro tempore of the Senate will
administer tho oath of office to tho Vice
President-elect.
ice President Marshall will then de
liver his inaugural address and adminis
ter the oath of office to the Senators-
elect Tnls completes tho ceremonies In
the Senate Chamber. In order which has
been officially fixed, a procession will oo
lormca ana win march to the Ktand
which has been constructed nt the east
iront or Uie Capitol. Chief Justice
White, of the Supreme Court will .n.
minister tho oath of office to the Prosl-dent-clect.
who will then deliver his in.
augurai aaarcss.
Upon the conclusion of the address
President Wilson, accompanied by Presl-
utin xn.ii ana me committee of arrange.
memi, win proceel to the Executive
.AiHimon. .During the luncheon at the
omit House me parade will h haitoH
Follu
the luncheon the President.
with his family and guests, and with the
.ite i-rcsiuenr, win go to the reviewing
siami n rront of the Wl.ito House
watch tho parade.
Dr. J. II. Perrlman to Lectnrr.
.ine puptis or Friends' Select School
whs morning will hear an address by I)r
J II J Perrlman. ilcc president of the
.uirr?Mi- oi i-cnnsyivania He will gio
a detailed description of tho university
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
WHITE.
Brnju
13. tuth of BrKUhiw. Jid. rtfr. wTr. McKcnSr
C H Akera. 3, nd Pnrrille Djjot. S
U T Hill. C. ind Amindi I-reelicd, a
births nnroiiTED.
1 , WHITE.
James J. and Mary C Burke, clrl.
Jomenico A. and Teresa Radlce boy
Morris and Rustle Manas, boy
IJomenlco and Maria Emillo, girl
Henry C. and Agnes B. Peacock, girl.
Abraham and G oldie Pickofsky t-lrl
Oeorge J and Katharine il. Sloan girl.
George and Josephine B. Hall, boy
George F. and Margaret F. Kane. girl.
Nicholas W. A. and m.nh.,1. lrl .
lamp. boy. "" "u"1"
Henry C. and Mamie Chan. clrl.
Patrick J. and Mary a Corrigun, boy.
James and Clara B. Collins, girl.
Joe C. and Katherlne Johnson, boy.
Harry E. and Bessie Honabarh, boy.
Lniil D. and Sl?np. Mnnrn.M r.-..,..
hcrg. girL
Vinton Y. and Mary C Dove, boy
Ralph C. and Bertha M. Fawcett. EirL
COLORED.
Robert and Nellie Thomas, girl.
John C. and Viola U Steward, rirL
William anJ Ella Kldwell, glrL
Oscar D. and Beatrice Morris, girL
William and Kmma Whitley, boy.
Washington and Nellie Crutchfleld, girl
'""iw wm nvuevca Jlcnson. 001.
Albert and Viola Jackson, girl.
DEATH RECORD.
WHITE.
Charles Ruoff, S3 years, 10 Florida Ave
nue, nw.
E. Wlllard MItburn. 40, Northern Dis
pensary ana jiosmxaj.
Amanda M. Swain. 69. 3H E st. nw
Annie M. Griffith. 33. Georgetown Uni
versity Hospital.
Washington I. Landele, 64, T. M, C. A.
Buuamg.
Margaret A. Wlster. 54. 414 Eighth st.
sw.
William Folrkman. 58, Government Hos
pital for tho Insane.
Winfleld S. Neelr. 6S. Garfield Hosrrir!
E. Frank Toung, 93, Washington Asy
lum xiospiiat.
Ada B. Cheattlam. 79, 1311 Massachusetts
Avenue nw.
Benjamin R, Catlin. 84, 1735 Thirteenth
st. nw.
Royal E. Whitman. 77, 1449 Massachu
setts Avenue nw.
Henry T. Tatum, SO, 1006 Pennsylvania
Avenue nw.
Laurance A. Bladen, 3, 13) Eleventh st
nw.
COLORED.
Mary Lucas. S3 years. EC3 Loudoun
Place Ee
l-rank Miner. 39. Tuberculosis Hospital.
Henry Wilson. 6S. 110 Van st. se.
Mary Day. 33. 10 Browns Court sw.
Martin Ouash. 63. 1719 Massachusetts
Avenue nw. (rear).
Thomas Robinson. IC Government Hos
pital for the Insane.
saran forrest. . isa Corcoran st. nw.
Austin S. Ricks. 19. Tuberculosis Hos
pital.
neorgiana J. Fester. fc 613 w St. nw.
Ernest Ford. 40. 424 I nt. nw.
Paul Washington. Z Woodburn, D. C
William H Carrlson, 1. 133 T St. sw.
Betrana Du Bose. 3 months. Angel
Avenuej Garfield D. C.
Charles J. Jones, z months, 319 M st.
nw. I
Infant or George and Maiy Johnson, I
2S days. Garfield Hnsnltal. I
RAUEN HANGS TO-DAY
FOR DOUBLE MURDER
Soldier Who Killed Wife and Brother
Will Pay Penalty on the
Gallows.
For the first time during President
Taft's administration a hanging will be
held in the District to-day. Samuel W
Ftauen, a. soldier, convicted of the mur;
dcr of his wife and brother last spring,
will go to the gallows between 10 and :
o'clock. Efforts yesterday to obtain a
further reprieve for Rauen, to whom
executive clemency already has been
extended once, proved futile.
Rauen's attorney. Kthelbert Frey, and
Representatlvs McDermott of Illinois yes
terday held a conference with the Presi
dent, urging that Rauen's sentence be
commuted. After an hour s consultation
with Attorney General Wickersham, who
had an investigation of Rauen's case
made by the Department of Justice,
President Taft decided to take no action.
The execution will take place at the
District Jail. The erection of the gal
lows was completed yesterday. The
death watch was put on Rauen at mid
night last night.
FIREMAN SUSPENDED.
Jnllnn Sydnor Tailed to Appear in
rollre Court Yesterday.
Fireman Julian Sydnor. of No. IS Kn
cine Comntny. private In tho Fire De
partment for more than a year, who
failed to appear yesterday lr the Police
Court to answer a charge of sounding a
false alarm. In order that His brother
from the country might see the horses
run. was suspended from the depart
ment last night.
Talmagc Sydnor. the brother from the
country, who was arrested at the time
the fireman was taken In custody, was
released. The suspension of Fireman
Sdnor by Battalion Chief Kcllher, act
ing chief of the department. Is regarded
as virtually a dismissal. By failing ti
appear In cour. Fireman Sydnor forfeit
ed 10 collateral.
According to the police who arrested
tho Firman, Sydnor sounded a fire alarm
at Four-and-a-half and N Streets South
west on Wcdncsdav night. Fireman
Sydnor and his brother Talmage, from
JxKlgc Landing, Md.. the police say.
stood on tho corner and watched a chief.
truck company, end three engine com
panies gallop to the scene In search of a
blaze
BAND CONCERT TO-DAY.
Br tb C S Soldier- IIn Bind Jn S.
ir Zinunrrmmn. director, 1a Stanley Hill,
mt 3JD n. m.
March. "Rite CStr" Weldm
Orerture. "SiaJin Yemen" Ve-dl
Suite. "LonUni Cpwlrd" Sous.
L "Br lb laebt of the roUr Stir "
2. "Beneath the Southern Croe. '
3 "Mar and Vom."
Releetion, "The Mikado" (request) Solano
r-opultr dittr. "I'lrlajenne" too Tiler
Wilts nlte. "Bride Bells" Rabenj
Finlle. "Kins Bombardon" EcjUah
"The SUr Simcded Banner "
STREET IMPROVEMENT ASKED.
tor Slyer. Proposes Amend
mend to District Bill.
An
amendment to the District of
Columbia appropriation bill, making pro
vision for the improvement of several
streets In the Northwest section, was
presented by Senator Myers of Mon
tana. Items of KOiOrn for the cradlnc
and improving of Now York Avenue be
tween Florida Avenue and Bladensburg
Road, of SS.00 for grading and improv
ing M Street between Bladensburg Road
and Twent-elghth Slreet. and of Sir..
COO for grading and Improving Bladens
burg road from II Street to the Dis
trict Lino are advocated
ARBITRATION EXTENDED.
t'nlted Stnte
France
itlon.
Com
Secretary Knox for the United Stales
and Ambassador Jusserand for France I
ycsieraay signed a comention extending1
iui Auuiiicr jienoa oi live years the ar
bitration treaty between the United
States and France, which will expire
aiarcn i
This treaty I similar to the Rritiah
arbitration treaty which exprlse by limi
tation June 4 next, and which it wai
proposed to replace by the general arbi
tration treaty now awaiting exchange of
rauncauon
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
U. B Dtpt. of Asrleullurf. Welthw Bonu.
Wlthinirton. TlmrjdiT. IVb 13, 1J!J- S p m.
Tempcnture is much lower in th Swith AUlnlic
mna ui i.uil Mitr, ina it hu mm dirtrtlj
la Uie Vpprr I.il,a rrpion. thf Mitftwppi tr.
Urn 1'luns bulea. jid Ktukr MounUin TJdnn.
With the cierption of rln or unow Fridlj in
the houth AOintic StitM. the weather mil b fur
IViday and Kitnrdir in ill part, of th cnuntrr.
except th North 1'iaSc Stitr where there ul
b runs.
TemperiUirB will rU Fridlj oter prirtleillr ill
distneu elt nf the Mliifw.rT'1 IUrrr ind Biturdir
in the South Atlantic and East Guir Stiles. Mod
erat temperatirres will prmll l"ridlj ind Sltur
dar wrst of the Miwiislppi Hirer.
The winds lion the ew Lorland emit will be
moderata muthwrst. on tho Middle Atllntlc coi't
moderate Tariable. mostlr nuth lad southwest; on
the South Atlantic rost bruk east to north, on th
lust iulf emit raodfnte north: on th Wrtt Onlf
oout Iicht nriible, and on IJto Mjctlfia moder-
il to brisk soutawrst in4 west.
Local Temperature.
Mii4nichr IS. ? Tn . IS Ian. II. e . i.
lla, 13; Vt a. m.. r;'l3 noon,' lj.'s p. m.' I.
p m., jj. p. m.. ., a p. m., , 10 p. m. 2L
Wlheit. 3. lowrst. 13.
Ileliun, fcumidtlr 9 i. ra.. M; 3 p. ra.. TO; 8 j
m., S8. Houri of nmshtne. 197. Per cent of pout
bl tnnshine, 10(1.
Tempenture nine dit list Tear IlUbejt, 3. low
etlt It. "
Temperatures In Other Cities.
Tempentnrra fa other dtiei. tntthtr with th!
mount of rainfiU for the twentj-four hours raiea it
1 l Hi. JGMCIU.J, U U lOUOWS;
I
HlL Jhn 8 pm.
Aabnnlle. N". C 35 H as
Atltnts, fla a :i j
Atllntio Car, N. J 30 l; ;
Bismirck. N. Dik 41 2 40
Boston, Mus Zi 4 3)
Buffalo. N Y is g ji
Chtajo, 111 as s 22
Cindnniti, Ohio 23 s 35
Cheyenne, Wwo 3 22 31
DlTenport, low 30 4 30
Denrer. Colo 41 21 43
Dcs Moines, ' lows... 40 s 3$
IhJiith. Minn. 25 4 22
Galteston. Tex. SO 41 SO
Helena, Mont. 40 38 32
Indiininoli, Ind 26 4 22
Jickionrllle. 11a. M 4S 43
Kasu Cltr. Sto. 41 II to
tittle Bock. Ark 40 22 38
Ijos Ancelcs. Cal K 42 M
Marqueue. Mich. 21 -2 21
KieniphM, Tennl 30 20 2S
hew Orleans. La. 40 38 33
New lork, X. Y 2S 10 23
North PUtte. Nebr 46 12 40
Omaha. .Nebr................ 43 16 40
Philadelphia. Fa. 28 II 24
Pittsburg, 11. 24 8 22
Portland. Me. .'. IS -2 14
Portland. Orre. SO 32 4
Salt Lake at;, Utah . 46 23 41
tt. Ixxiis. Mo 30 10 30
St. Pial. Minn. 34 4 38
Eu Frindsco. CI Hi 41 52
SprinrfeM. Ill 26 22
Ticarna, Wash. .. 43 34 41
For a Disordered Stomaeh
Hoff's Lemon Soldlltz Is the greatest
thing in the world. It Is prescribed by
mini? in tae wono. 11 is prescrioea ay
physicians everywhere, and lor sale by
all druggists.
BOARD OF TRADE
HOLDSDINNER
How to Increase Membership
Principal Topic of Discussion
at Monthly Meeting.
H. C. BANGS PRESIDES
Efforts Will Be Made to Get Dinner
Promised by President
Droop.
Th principal topic discussed at the
monthly supper of tho Washington
Board of Trade membership committee
nt the Hotel Sterling last night was the
increaso of thj membership of the Board
uf Trade and ways and means to bring
about this result.
H. Clifford Bangs, chairman of the com
mittee, presided and at the opening of
the programme. Mr. Bangs expressed his
appreciation to the members for their
kind sympathy and thoughts while sick
at Providence Hospital. Mr. Bangs told
the members of the effort being made to
secure 1CS new members this year In
order to win the dinner offered by Presi
dent Droop, of the board.
William H. Singleton spoke In high
terms of the results achieved for the
city of Washington through tho Board
of Trade.
E. F. Colladay suggested that each
member pledge himself to secure a cer
tain number of new members during the
j ear In order to achieve the result ex
pected by the president of the board.
William M. llallam paid a high com
pliment to Chairman Bangs for his un
remitting zeal in behalf of the committee
of which he Is the chairman.
Bouquet for SInfrer.
A Handing vote of thanks was con
veyed to J. W. Gibson, manager of the
Sterling, for the splend'd supper and
the highly satisfactory service and ar
rangement of the evening.
Miss Marjorle H. Bowie, who con
trlbutcd song numbers to the programme,
wm presented with a bouquet of violets
and orchids In behalf of the committee,
by John M. Cherry, who made a few
pleasant remarks
Others who spoko were A. R, Serven,
Odell S. Smith. John R Ergood. Frank
Cunningham. Harry F. Allmond.
Chris J Gockeler and others.
The guest list Included Harry T All
mond. II CllfToid Bangs, John Hretver.
Edwin R, Brooks, Lyman E. Burdine.
George W. Brace. Stacy II Briont, Wal
ter M. Brown. John M Cherry. L. Le
Combs. Frank E. Cunningham. E. r
Colladay, Richard L. Conner. Chtrlea F
Cram'. P D. Cone. Clarence Dodge. Dr
Clarence Duffey. William K. Ellis.
John R. Ergood. Chris J. Gockeler.
Thomas Bryan Huyck, William M
Hallam. Jsmes L. Owens, Louis R.
Peak. George riltt. George C. Schafer.
R Serven, William II. Singleton.
Odell 8 Smith, Edwin K Staley. Parker
Sweet, Frtfd J. White, and Tom A.
Weaver.
GIRL SHOT ACCIDENTAILY.
Callle Nolan MIstiM- Wound Ills
Vounc Consla.
Callle R. Nolan, seventeen years old.
who was arrested jrsterday after he had
accidentally shot his six-year-old couln,
Roo E Winfleld. was released from cus
tody last night.
Nolan was cleaning a .3 caliber re
oIcr In the kitchen of the home of
Andrew Winfleld, 111 Fifteenth Street
..uimt-uBi, ui-n iw weapon arciaent-1
ally exploded The bullet penetrated rj
door and wounded the girl in the left I
siiouiaer. t'hysiclans at Casualty Hos
pital found that the wound was not
s.rlouf, and the child was allowed to
return to her home.
erette means perfect table service.
An Invitation!
(you)
Are Invited
To Hear
EVANGELIST
CLAYTON J. W00DW0RTH
OF NEW -VOIUC
What Is Man?
Sunday, 3 P. IW.
WASHINGTON TEMPLE
CONGREGATION
sectarian
Ne-ir Masionlc' Trmptt,
GEO. D. SINCLAIR
IKPORTINO TATLOst.
MAXXR or
RIDING BREECHES
AND
DRIVING SUITS
615 Penn. Ave. N. W.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL BLDO,
V&xir Htrald S25.O00 comtest Totsa.
MME. LEON
MODISTE
513 12th St. N. W.
5 Uh. Vou u Tb lltnld'i COO OontMt,
I10LISHED EDGE PLATE GLASS
rls extensively uvd now to
protect tabln and desk tops
from scratching. Get it here.
HODGKIN'S ?i;p'sss:
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Largest stock ever carried. Also Lacai,
T)ry Goods. Hoslarr and
Embrolderits.
fRS. .'. I. MOUDiT.
ZiZCCtottWATe. N. W.
tlacln Herald ISSJOOO coateat vatea.
High-gradeGroceries.Pfovisions&c,
CTerjttucs tbt brat at lcai tMa tbs oaiU prlcta
Pxuuipt. court ted MnlOaV
Edward F. Davis.
Capital, $750,000,00
EVERY BUSINESS MAN NEEDS
FINANCIAL HELP, occasionally, in the regular course of his
business, whether his operations are large or limited.
V One of the MANY ADVANTAGES of having an account
with The Commercial National Bank is that customers, in good
standing, can always get help, when help is needed.
Consult with our officers relative to YOUR business and
financial requirements.
OFFICERS:
Ashton G. Clapham President
Eldridgc E. Jordan Vice Pres.
Arthur Lee Vice Prcs.
James A. Cahill Vice Pre.
Tucker K. Sands. .V. P. & Cashier
Frank E. Ghiselli Asst. Cashier
Herbert V. Hunt Asst. Cashier
The Commercial National Bank
Cor. 14th 'and G Streets
THE
CHASE'S
SCHUBERT PIANOS AND
PLAYER PIANOS
We rent Flayer lMno $25
per quarter.
Joseph Hall Chajie.
T)ont jco o "pecUil nae or
hoy pianos through ttehemea, aee
tnr nrnt. IH tell )Ou ukr.
Ae znanufarlure. ,ou aave the
irrulV proflt and expense. Thin!,
ivhat that neanjt to yon.
Ae Mfll our best for a fair
price, nnil do not hold tt at an
enormonn price ?ou pay for
o tli em names, and thrn make
orae eJiep flilnj tt ent nn, Ouni
are all low pricea for liest ffrade
iroods. .Nothlnc letter In the
world than a icbuberl.
Conrantrcn unlimited. Talk to
pro pi r who hate ued our pianos
28 J cars In Washington.
IjTvent prices, easiest terms,
loosest miarantees ever siren In
1 asalnirtoa.
JOSEPH HALL CHASE PIANO CO.,
1307 S. X. AV.
iS2s n'li st. x. iv.
.sTn(h strrrt More Open Ererr
i:vrnlnc
C Strrrt Store Opn Stardr
n-trnlnc.
We trire ller.ld eS,0O eon-
trt vote.
BALTIMORE & OH.ol
EXPRESS TRAINS
"Every Hour on the Hour"
To and from
BALTIMORE
WEEK DAYS
Tickets Good on All Trains
$1.75
nOTJXD TRIP
TICKETS GOOD TWO DAYS,
Includlnc Date of Sale.
$1.25
ROTTjrD TIUP
Tickets Good Golne on Saturday
and Sundays. Good Retarnlnc
Until DiOO A. 91. Train, Monday
Inclusive.
ALFORD'S
TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS
Bring hack replies because each
arder receives the same personal
intention, irrespective of size.
Tou trill find our letters free
from dark edges, broken type,
typographical errors. &c
Tou can safely Intrust Impor
tant form letters to us, being as
ured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
. 2.000 LETTERS, S4.01
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
JVctt Address i
807 15th Street N. W.
largest Morning Circulation.
tvjtfu g money
JLJ J ?f nie
t f before
U307-6 Ijfl28
HlfiBHrtH
Eitnblbhed October 19.-1904
Surplus and Undivided Profits Oyer $500,000.00
Resources Over $7,000,000,00
James A. Cahill
Ashton G. Clapham
H. King Cornwell
H. Bradley Davidson
R. Golden Donaldson
T. Coleman du Pont
Wade H. Ellis
Charles J. Faulkney
Samuel J. Henry
Geo. Tully
BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE
OXFORD BAGS
$4.50 up
SEE DISPLAY ON TABLE.
Clcsaiit trle( leather lined,
Inu, trimmed fineit cr.de
in Rnxtt, Broira, Black.
SUIT GASES
In Russet and Brown
Leather; Steel Frames;
Sole Leather Corner's. Ex
tra Strong,
$5, $5.50, and $6.
Ttepalrlnc Trunk. Traveling
Dae, Salt Ca.es Poeketbook.,
Document Holder., Mnile Roltit
la fict, I.r.tkrr Good, ot all
kinds, ar expert workmen.
TOPHAM'S
Pioneer Manufacturars
1219 F Street
Phone Main 4406
We Git (4n in Hnlii COD Cbatnt.
Is Linger's Low Price for This
GUARANTEED BED
AH our beds are excellent in
fleslsrn they add to the looks of the
home. More than that they outlast
the general run of beds, because
constructed of best materials and
put together to stay. The finish of
this bed at J1I.75 Is covered by the
tamo guarantee we grlve on a bed at
150. Come In and look over Its un
usual gjood points.
Well make orer your old mat
trees like new at small cost.
H. A. Linger, Jr.
933 G Street N.W.
We sire Herald (33)00 contest Tolee.
Highest Grade
GERMAN
WINES
Mr as
CHRISTIAN XANDER'S. 909 71& St. j
LARKIN, uaehlna Man
Will repair your swln; machlma
properly, no matter what make,
tend postal, or phone M-1HI.
Corner 3d and H Streets N. W.
em Votes ta Tk Bald's mm COBtaa.
RISON'S
Ucans natural flaror and highest nn-
irition m
DOHCXADE BREAD AXO PTJCaV
2106 Pa. Ave. W. 25
We eite TetM.ta Tk Henlds t& Ceatael,
H$12-75h
mfrjTj
DIRECTORS:
Eldridge E. Jordan
Arthur Lee
FrcdTc E. Nolting
Arthur Peter
Arthur E. Randle
Hollis Rinehart
Tucker K. Sands
O. G. Staples
John P. Story, Jr.
Vaughan
Established laea,
Elphonzo Youngs
Company
2315-2317 18th St.
Food Colombia M.
Groceries
Wholesale and Retail
We Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
Deliveries Everywhere
W. ctT. Herald S33JMO eaateat Tstaa,
Particular People Patronize the
COLUMBIA
LAUNDRY
Main Office and Works
623 G Street N. W.
VT ctr. nerald KSJOOt eaateat Tvtea.
No Storage Charges for
First Month.
Reasonable rate on stores;, aanllne-.
and p.eklDs;. Estimates furnished. Ex
pert .errlee.
UNION STORAGE CO.,
Phone M. 437-1. 1911 Pa. At.
W. GIt. V otae la Tb Brtld (3.000 Cocteit.
EDUCATIONAL
PROFX88IONAL EDCCATIOrt IM ACCOCXT-
ccr. Prictlal wcrk eapvdinj idipCfd ta nrs
moored. rre bslMln. Call or idiiro. Dtnctor
of ZdvrMlen. I. II. a A.. n4 C St.. Wuilaftxi.
"MRsTEMn-YnFRECH BARNES
Bl.NQI.NO. elocution.
lO EllTIEUl St. B. LlHODi 1TJL
SPECIAL NOTICES.
viav: bciECE or health, satcrau.
Tioniuilcal. 4CO-rt book fr. ArolJ br mil, t'l
Colcradd Bklc. Free ltctar fcr mod Vcdncadaja
at t J) p. in. HHI
You Will Get More
MILLER'S 'Buc1tJ ,B1 bftte- budr!ift
Selfn3ISinZ l Bnb. Mt omrni-
lcal nuet
binof It.
ZT At jwor crwer a. No ookkxpti anrtllRL
B. B. EARNSHAW BRO..
Wholesaler, lllh and 31 81. S. E.
DIED.
GEDDIXGS-On Thursday. February 13.
1915. at S.3 p. m.. Dr II D. GEI
DINGS, of the Public Health Berlce.
at hi residence. Florenrn Court. In
the fifty-fourth year of his nee.
Notice of funeral later.
O'lIOURKE-On Thursdav. February 11
isu. at 5a5 a. m., Verv Rv TIM-
otiiv v. o'RoriucE, o. p.. or Pt
Dominic's Church.
Funeral Saturday. February 15. office
of the dead at 9.30 a. m.. and solemn
requiem mass at 19 o'clock. RelatHes
and friends Invited to attend Inter
ment at Mount Olivet Cemetery
POMMEIt. DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
Washlncton. D. C February 11. Mil-
Information has been received at this
Department from Amos P. Wilder.
American Consul General at Shanghai.
China, of tho death, on December 3& 1912,
at Shanghai, China, of John Pommer. an
American citizen. The legal representa
tives of tno aectasea can oDtam further
Information by applying to this Depart
ment. Per despatch No. , dated Jan
uary , 1911
.YHITMAX.
M1LITABT ORDER Of THE M)YUj LEGION
OF THE UNITED STATES.
CommiiMlfrr of lb Dlatrlct of ColnmbU.
Citr of IVaihlifton. rrtmnrj H. a
Tb death of Companion IIOYAI, HMERSON
WHITM.VN. Oolostl C S. VolantMn. In tbil
citr. on tb 12:h Inatint, U innoooced to th
Commander.
Panerit icrfloe. it vhlch th ittlrtdiace ot
Compuiionl U requeatd. vtll b held at bit lit
nsldanc. 1M9 Uiauctuuettl Arena Xettbveat.
it 2 o'clock p. m. tbii day.
Interment it tb NiUouil CemeUrr, Arllrfton,
Vlrjtaia.
By eommi&d of
lilt On. GEORGE B. DAVIS, C S. inar.
Comminder
THOMAS H. SfcKEE.
Recorder.
FUNEEAL DESIGNS.
FUNERAL FLOWERS
Ot Erery Dueription Modantely Priced.
GUDE,
mwnl uesUBA.
Fonenl Deidre.
FUNKRAL DIRECTORS.
GEORGE P. ZURHORST,
II EAST CAPITOI, ST
Eatlblubed VC. CUAS. 8. ZCRHOR8T. Mrr.
J. 'WILLIAM LEE. Funeral Director
od Emtmbner. Iiiery in conaectloa. Commodtouj
Cbtl and Modem Cramtoctem. Modict rrlcea.
S3 renacmuda Aim. irr. Tstcohoo Kaia UH.

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