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THE WASHINGTON HEItAIJ; SATURDAY. 'FEBRUARY "15; r19i3.'
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Fresh Shoulders, small, lb 13c
Smoked Shoulders, small, lb 12c
Corned Shoulders, small, lb 12c
Sliced Bacon, lb 20c
Honey Brand Hams, lb 17c
Pork Loins, small, lb 16c
Pork Chops, lean, lb 14c
Pork Roast, lean, lb ' 14c
Holly Brand Sausage, Pure Pork and Pure Spices, lb 20c
Country Style Sausage, lb 15c
Philadelphia Style Scrapple, lb , 10c
Selected Eggs, doz , 20c
Millbrook Eggs, strictly new-laid, fresh eggs, extra large
and heayy, doz 26c
Elgin Creamery Butter, lb 34c
Brookfield Creamery Butter, lb 38c
Sea Trout, 3 lbs for 25c
Virginia Red Apples, pk , . .35c
Michigan White Potatoes, pk 19c
Yellow Globe Onions, -pk 4c
Large Heads Green Cabbage, each 5c
OLD DUTCH MARKET, Inc.
930 La. Ave. N. W. 1632 North Capitol St.
8th and E Sts. S. E. ?420 Geo Ave. H. W.
, . v c. . 1935 14th St. N. W.
31st and M Sts. N. W. 7th and B Sts. N. E.
7th and Que Sts. N. W. 1778 U St. N. W.
1111 H St. N. E. 3113 14th St. N. W.
contemplating a change, communicate
THOS. P MORGAN, Jr.,
The Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
423-429 Southern Building,
Washington, D. C.
ALL NEXT WEEK
Hyne aHertalea extreme nerrousness, geueial
mboi, end ether eBmente lsernllar toUL
n to purchase food for M0 Baill conUs rotes.
"See Etz and See Better"
EDWIN H. ETZ
1003 " STREET
We aire nrrald 123.000 contMt Tote.
TASTE SO GOOD
Chocolates and Bonbons
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
Mr cItp Herald g.000 eonlesl smc
BEE HIVE MARKET
Lars Can Corn 10e
Raisins, 3 for. ...,o
Citron, pound jja
Tomatoes. 3 cans So
Btt and M Streets.
Phone N. 2394.
T. arte Tote, la The Berald'e 13J CaotMh
WE CAN MAKE
BEST OIL STOVE MAIE
$3.50 $4.50 $5.00
$2-75 $3 75 $J.0I
Mr.Focht Says Pennsylvanians
I llnn't Want (htt nn RnrlcrA
CALLS HIM TRAITOR
Senator Wesley L. Jones Says There
I a Teadeacy to Believe Pub
lic Men DkhoaetL
rffStfk& The Market M
WL C Sv) H ' c,ean,iness P
Protest against the suc;ctlon that 11
statue of tho late Jefferson Davis. Pres
ident of the Confederate huites. bo placed
on tile proposed memorial bridge con
necting 'Washlnston and Arlington, was
madu nt tho annual lianquct of tho Bona
f Veterans' Club at tho New Ebbttt
last nicht by Representative B. K.
Representative rocht declared that the
lK-opIo of Pennsjhanla had lieen silent
when a ttatt-e of Gen. Robert E. I.ee.
commander-in-chief of the Confederate
Mates army, was placid in Statuary
Hall, in tho Capitol. Lee. Mr. Focht
stated, was a soldier and a ircntleman.
But Mr. Focht called Jefferson Davis
"that arch traitor and conspirator." and
asserted that "there isn't a llvlnc; man
in Pennsylvania who can belles, e that it
is possible for anybody to suirtrcst" that
.1 statue if Davis be placed on the
He also alluded to the agitation to call
the cUil war a war between the States."
He opposed tho proposed chance, and
said the scat of the conspiracy which
resulted in the rUH war had neither
been in VirRlnia, Kentucky, nor In Ten
nessee, all of which bad furnished the
Union army with hundreds of thousands
of soldiers, but In "South Carolina,
Georgia, and Mississippi. 'The I'nlon
army marched into the Southland to
suppress trcison," exclaimed the speaker.
Kxprrt. to Come Bark.
Referring to the statuts of the Re
publican party and its defeat at the
polls last November. Representative
Focht said he himself had been de
feated, but confidently expected to be
returned airaln to Conttrcss before lonir.
He spoke In favor of reunltlnc the Re
publican part, but not of dc'troylnff
it. and said that all the trouble at
the national convention In ChlcaKO had
been due to the dishonest and uncon
stitutional representation at the con
tention of the Southern States. Mr
Focht said that either the colored man
down South must tote or the Southern
representation must be reduced. H
stigmatized the talk about the recall
of Judges. Initiative and referendum
an 'moonshine." and declared that cen
though defeated he Mood "pat "
I T. F. Johnson. preldent of the club
mide the address of welcome and In
troduced MaJ. K. It. Campbell, past commander-in-chief,
Sons of Veterans, U
S. A , as toastmastcr. Letters of regret
were read from Charles D. I lilies, sec
retary to the President, sating that
President Taft conteyed his best wishes.
Senator McCumber. Senator Curtis.
Postmaster General Hitchcock. and
senator Jones Speaks.
Senator Wesley I.. Jonrs of Washing
ton deplored that there was a tendency
abroad to regard etery man who occu
pied a public position as being corrupt.
"Sometimes we think." said Senator
Jones, "that our public men arc not
what they ought to be. There is an opin
Ion abroad that men In public office are
corrupt, which Is the result to a ver
great extent of the last political cam
paign Sometimes It looks as if people
want the man who talks the loudest and
does the least
"When a man honestly tries to do
his best and honrstlj differs with other
people he Is regarded with suspicion
There is little Inducement for a man to
hold a public oftice. Lincoln was ma
ligned, his patriotism was denounced and
certain people accused him of going too
fast, while others said he was not going
fast enough. There are those who are
traduced to-dav In a similar manner, but
who can take consolation from Lincoln's
Others on the speaking programme
were Rev X H Holmes. Capt Thomas
II McKce. senior tice department com
mander: H. V. fcpeelman. past com
mander-in-chief of the order: Ralph M.
Grant, commander-in-chief of the or
ganization, and others. Irwin Cosetovc
accompanied on the piano by Miss Grace
iiaiies. entertained with comic songs
J 110 guests included Ralph M. Grtni
"THE Q0EBN OF TABLEWATERS."
Its pure Natural Carbonic Acid Gas
acts as a Gastric Stimulant and Tonic
and promotes the Digestion and Assimilation
of even the Richest Food.
OF MAINE'S DESTRUCTION
Special Memorial Services Will Be
Held at Arliajtoa Ceme
At Arlington Cemetery this afternoon
will bo observed tho fifteenth anniversary
of the destruction of the battleship
Maine. The ceremonies will be conducted
under the auspices of several patriotic
societies, and will consist of devotional
services, conducted by Rev. Father Eu
gene A. Hannan: ocal mustc, selections
by the Tifteenth Cavalry Band, military
ceremonies, and speeches.
The principal addresses will be deliv
ered by Representative John W. Langley
of Kentucky. Cant. Thomas IL McKee.
U. A. R.: Col. John McElroyr editor of
the .National Tribune, who will preside;
Representative Thomas S. Crago, who
served In the war with Spain as an army
officer, and Capt. J. Llgon Kins;,
of the United Spanish War Veterans.
Through tho courtesy of CoL M. A. Win
ter and Harry C. Grove, the well-known
speech of Representative Robert Cousins,
then a member of the House from Iowa.
dclltered on the receipt of the news of
the Maine s destruction, will be presented
on the phonograph as a port of tho
The War Department has. designated
two troop of the Fifteenth Cavalry to
act as a firing party, and has provided
the Fifteenth Cavalry Rand and an army
trumpeter. Floral offerings from Presi
dent Taft nnd Senor Ledo Antonio Mnr-tln-Rltcro,
Minister from Cuba, will be
placed on the Maine's anchor, at the en
trance to the Maine section of the Na
President Taft has issued an execuUve
order for the excuse from duties of all
members of patriotic societies in the
goternment sertlce. In order that they
may attend the services
ANTIS GET BUSY; PLAN
FIGHT ON PAGEANT
SEE SELVES ON FILMS.
Congressional Pnrly Witnesses Pan.
Hj imitation of Manager Tom Moore,
of the Garden Theater, a party of twen-
ty-me. Including Senator Polndexter.
Rep-esentatlte I.oud. Mrs. Champ Clark.
Mis Genet (etc Clark, and their friends
In the Congressional circle, were enter
tained by a spe-tlai showing of an exten
sile motion picture featuring the Con
grcssional party inspection of the Pan
ama canil lat December.
This film was taken by the 1'nlters.il
Film Oompant. of New Tork. and sent
to the Garden Theater to-day for the
express purpose or helng exhibited to
members of the party who made the trip
nnd wh- are featured In the film.
Aside from the personal phase, the in
teresting features of the great canal
project are shown. Including the great
Pedro Miguel locks. Gatun Dam. Culebra
Cut. giant steam shot el-, enormous con
crete sections, and crews of men actively
engaged In the work at different points
along the eanal.
In addition to The Panama film, other
rcenlc and dramatic motion pictures were
shown, and a special musical programme
by the Garden Sjmphony Orchestra was
rendered, the whole making a thoroughlv
interesting entertainment for the Con
BOOM FOE R0THERMEL.
Society Opposed to Woaaa Suffrage
May Hold DeaoastratioB of
Bitter opposition to the women suf
fragists la being organized by tho Na
tional Society Opposed to Equal Suffrage.
A call has been sent out. It was learned
jesterday, for Its leaders and support
ers to gather In the Capital and take
steps to make vain tho proposed effect of
The National Society Opposed to Equal
Suffrage, will open the struggle with the
National Equal Suffrage Association with
a meeting to be held In the Belasco The
atear, February a.
Mrs. Arthur Dodge, national president
of the antls, plans to establish headquar
ters In Washington soon, and the two
women's associations will fight each
other to a finish.
Man Washington women, of high
social position and prominence, have en
rolled themseltcs under the antl-BUffragn
banner. Among them are Mrs. Arnold
Hague, Mrs. George WIckershsm, Mrs.
Elihu Root, Mrs. Nagel, Mrs. George
Howard, Mrs. Murray Crane. Mrs.
Chandler Hale, and Mrs John Hay.
Circulars are being sent throughout
the States by the antls. nnd they ex
pect to bring an equal host to Wash
Ington to counteract the suffrage dem
onstration of Inaugural week by a dem
onstratlon In opposition equally largo and
They expect to make a 'definite an
nouncement of their plans shortly. It Is
understood that their course will
" ' TAKES OWN LIFE
REVENGE FOR AUTO
OWNER IS DELAYED
District Commissioners Postpone En
forcing Regulations for Mary
District automoblllsts' last night ex
pressed keen dlspletasuro at the action of
the District Commissioners In postpon
Ing until January 1, 1311, the effectiveness
of the new license regulations providing
that Mar land automobile owners enter
ing the District in their cars mut pay
tho same license fees charged by Mary
land for District automobile?
The regulations were frankly intended
as a plan to "get etcn" -with the Mary
land authorities for the Mainland laws
under which District automobile owners
ar charged, for operating their cars In
that .Mate, rates alleged to be exor
bitantly unjust and discriminatory. To
postpone their effect for nearly a year.
It was asserted by a Washington auto
mobile man last night, is to deprive them
of any force in bringing the Maryland
authorities to terms.
It was stated at tho timo tho new li
cense regulations were promulgated that
they would become effectito at once.
Liter the Commissioners decided that
new- regulations are not retroirllve.
and only those .Mar) landers getting Dis
trict licenses between to-day and Jan
uary 1. 11H. will have to pat- the in
creased license rates, which range from
A. P. Gardes, Aiwstaat Doorkeeper,
Cab Hk Throat Fond
Dead ia Rooa.
Despondency Is thought to have been
the cause of tha suicide of A. P. Garden,
Assistant Doorkeeper of the House of
Representatives, who cut his throat with
n razor in, his loom at 22 Third Street
Southeast some time between 6 o'clock
Thursday morning and 11 o'clock yester
dav rooming. Garden left a note telling
of his Intention to kill himself and hint-1
inff mat it wbjs Deouus ui . iwoi vf
sonal difficulty with, an acquaintance.
The coroner held that the roan was par
tially demented. Garden was formerly
of Wheeling, W. Va.
Garden lived at the home of- Fred
Shake, 23 Third Street Southeast. Ho
came Into .the house at 5:45 o'clock
Thursday evening, and, asking Mrs.
Shake the time, went to his room.
About 7 o'clock a slight noise was heard
In his room, but no thought was given
Yesterdav morning about 10 o'clock
Mrs. Shake started to leave the house.
hen the noticed that the light In Gar
den's room was -burning- Suspecting
something amiss. he called R. E. Clem
mons. who lives ntxt door. A key to an
dJolnlnc room was found, nnd Mr.
Clemmons mado his way to Garden's
roam. There ho found the man with
several deep cuts across his throat.
The police were notified and. at ths
same time, word was taken to Represent
ative Davis of West Virginia, who Was
acting as Speaker of the House. Mr.
Darts turned the gavel oter to Repre
sentative Garrett of Tennessee., In order
that he might make arrangements for
the removal of .Garden's (body, to his
home In Wheeling. If will be sent there
The note Gar.en left, explaining his
Intention o take 'his life, was turned
oter to Mr. Davis. Its contents were
not made public Mr. TJavls said last
night that the note mentioned a trifling
difficulty with an associate, and that its
tone Indicated that Garden was mentally
unbalanced when It was written.
Garden was well known in Washing
ton. Sixteen years ago he was captain
of the Capitol police He was candidate
for marshal In the northern district of
West Virginia, and was a thirty-second
degree Mason, prominent In the lodge
work of his State. Garden was born In
Wheeling, and waa fifty-three years old.
He Is survived by three brothers and two
W0MAFS CLUB BALLY.
new Canlnet boom has made Its
appearance on Ccpitol Hill in the shape
of a movement bv friends of Represent
ative John H. Rothrrmel of Pennsjltanla
to urge ills appointment by Prcsident-
lect Wilson as Secretary of Commerco
and Labor. Ills name has been sug
gested to Gov. Wilson, It Is stated, by
seteral of his fellow-members and by
persons of prominence from Pennsjl
Mr. Rothermel also lias sirtcu on the
Senator Wesley L. Jones. t. G. Dustln!!much Interest In the affairs of the DIs-
V. Speeiman, Representative Focht
Col. B F. Bingham. CoL O. II. Oldroid.
Col. John McElro.t. Capt. Thomas II.
ticivee. irwin cosgrove, and Rev. N. H
(16 12th St. 1214 6 St.
We cite Herald t35,000 contest
MEN'S SMART FURNISHINGS
The shop that sells the cfeverest ot
men's fixings for lea.
M. LEVITAN & CO.
aoaa 14TH ST. 1- W-
We give Herald S2S.O0O ceateat retea, 'Largest MohuBE
CEtops fillmz fcur. nllnra '"Unit.
Carter's Laboratory Ox
On label RdeoaabU ia C3.0OI eoatatt for B
cos fots for csca zcbsjt nrxrarattd to tas
tatatl tala zaie.
a Cira Vote, la Tss Bcr.u ta.oa Vmitm
FIRE ALABMS PATIENTS.
Second Dime Within Week mf
G. W. I". Hospital.
or the second time within a week
ratlents at George Washington Hospital
reccited a fright jesterday afternoon
from a fire in the neighborhood of the
sanitarium, when the garage and sales
room of D. S. Hcndrlck. at 1317 H Street
Northwest, was damaged by fire.
The lire started In the back of the
building where seteral mechanics were
at work on a car. They wcro working
with an electric torch and one of the
men stumbled against It breaking tho
connection. It is thought it was tho
spark thus caused that Ignited some
gasoline that was being used on the
car at the time.
The names quickly spread to tho
greasy noed and two alarms were
turned In before the blaze was placed
under control. In the Hendrick garage
there were two small trucks belonging to
the government They were valued at
SliOO and SLIM and were almost totally
destrojed. The damage to the building
was about SIpCOO. The damage is cotexed
In the salesroom of G. R. Cowlc &.
Company next door there were a num-
uer 01 cars dui iney were all taken
safely to the street. There was about
J00 damage from water In the office of
Skl Thirty Truck Loads of Stamps.
Thirty heavy truck loads of stamps.
tciueei 111 -i.orc iran SJ.000.0oj, will ba
snirpea 10-oay tnrobghout the UnlteJ
States. The number of stamps reaches
the 170.00cOM mark, and Is tho largest
sins," biiif"-;"i vi oiamps eter recorded,
exceeding the next highest record by
Asplntrall Funeral To-day.
Funertl services for Rev. John aii
AsplnwaU, rector emeritus of St,
Thomas' Episcopal Church, -will be held
at that church at 4 o'clock .this nftoe.
noon. Right Rev. Alfred Harding, Bishop
of Washington, officiating. The body
will be placed temporarily Jn a vault at
The Oldest Remedy ICaawa
'LS. w'J,JtI :Sw!,er.Aa Physicians pre
scribe It for all troubles of the stomach,
liver, and bowe'a Ton can haw hi,. .
trict. The Central I.abor I'nlon, it
understood, favors his selection for
V. 8. Drpt. ot AfrtailtuiT. Weather Boreaa.
Wintton. KBir. tell II 151J-8 It m
The disturbriiu lhit i now owr the UnT Mi
surippi Valk-y will mole caird and he attended
pv .now Saturday ia the extreme Upper Mih&ifeippi
taller and lite Urner Lake irgitTO, and baturday
nizht or feundi in the Lower Laae rcsioa, tlie Lp
prr Ohio ller. and the. North Atlantic States.
Kains ill cunnsua in tho North Pad He States.
With thce exception, tho wratheT will bo ceiHTallr
fair Saturday acd Sunday throochout the country.
The temperature trill rlw Saturday la the aliddle
Atlantic and South Atlantic and East Golf Stain,
and will fall decidedly Saturday ia the Late region.
tho L'rpcr MivUslppi alley, and the I'lalni States.
Ctold wtaUier will orerjpreaa tno MKMIe jllaMa-
sippl and Ohio Taller and tho North Atlantio
SUtea Sunday or Sunday rJjht.
Midnight, 2; s a. m . 3: 4 a. m.. 19, a. m., 17;
8 a. m , 30, 10 a. m, 21; 12 coon, 33; 2 pl m. :
4 p m., 42. p. m . 4), S in m., 21; 10 p m., 3)
lllghrat, 43. lowest, IT.
ltelatiTO uumidity-s a. m , 71,, z p. m.. m, H
m.. 42, lluurs eJ sunshine, , X Per cent of posst
le aun-'hine. CI
Temperature same date lait year Richest. 42;
Temperatures lit Other Cities.
Temperatures In other cities, torether with the
amount ot rainiau for tha twenty-tour hours coded at
idld, resuraay. are aa rouowa:
alax. alio. S p. m. fall.
Alherllle. .N. C 40 31 24
Atlanta. Ga 44 3 40
Atlantic City, N J 24 20 32
Bismarck. N. Dak. 4S i! 24
Bcston. Mass - 40 14 54
Buffalo. N. T 23 16 SS
Chlcaco, 111 45 20 to
Cincinnati, Ohio 42 16 28
Choeune. Wyo 46 30 36
DaTCBport. Iowa. E2 20 41 ....
Denver. Colo M 32 ....
Dei Moines. Iowa. M 20 SO ....
Duluth. Minn 3) 16 :t OH
Galrestem. Tea 52 42 4!
Helena, Mont 41 23 42
Indianapolis, Ind 40 16 X
Jarasonrltle. 11a 46 X 41 0.50
Kansas City, Mo. 56
Utile Beck. Ark. 54
Los Angeles. Cal $4
'"L'Y 'owin". 2J and e:ersldme SI. Sinoene-
woir. 22. both of IU!!nc Mil Iter II b,4,nrter.
Oouimor K MotT- 34 ml Martha II Danricr
... w.ui 1-1 niaricHen. . a. Key. bamuel t.
Thomas I. P-errr. tr 21 . IVIenburs ta and
I Hhan I'. Camrbtl. 1J Iter U u. Lnwrje
e.eorso K. lfoTmauu. 2? and Gertrude t CVnnor
X trth of l!altini,T. Md. !:cr. W. I MeKenney
Jack Ctox. 21, and Mary "mith, 19, both of Staun
trei. a. Iter Henrr B. Iln-Iey
Temple S. Allen of Ui4)inond. t a . and Annie
, . wiwi, m, 01 womjTiuc, ta Iter. James 3
Ont-of-toTTn Guests to Be Hosts at
The DItrict Federation of Woman's
Clubs will hold n club rally this after
noon at the Raleigh. An unusually In
teresting programme has been arranged.
Brief addresses will be made by a num
ber of out-of-town guests, among them
Mrs John Miller Horton. of the Buffalo
Federation; Mrs William Elllcott, of
Baltimore, president of the Maryland
State Federation: Mrs. William Town
send, president of the Montgomery
County (Md.) federation, and Mrs. Hugh
S. Armstrong, president of the Woman's
Club of Kentucky.
Others who will speak will be Mrs,
Horace Towner, wife of Representative
Towner, of Iowa; Mrs Dion Miller, pres
ident of the Twentieth Century Club, of
ttashlngton, and Miss Helen Cummlngs,
of the Cameron Club, of Alexandria.
417 ti 425 Stfc St.
Worth Up to tSe
Many dress and waist lenvtha
of the season's moat d.alrable
weaves and colors, such aa 18
inch Black Taffetaa. 14-ineh
Foulards, in dots only; 24-inch
Striped Messallnes. 27-ineh Black
Jap Habutals. They are all
pure silk and perfect J
.nd worth up to S5e a 3f
yard, at -BsW
Bargain Tables Main Floor.
SS.lneh Black Messallnes. Taf
fetas and Peau de Cygnes; all
pure silk and perfectly finished;
crow blacks. Every one t
our regular 11.00 quality. flVtf
For to-day's sale at. sa
Sia Denrtment-Eljhti street Annex.
OQ, PAID IN SAVINGS I
J O DEPARTMENT
Sersrltt makes an appropriate pres
ent. Something different. Inquire at
KEW SEBVICE PB0MISED.
Sixteenth .street Coach Company
Ready to Announce Plans.
Residents of Sixteenth Street and the
adjoining sections dependent upon the
settle of the Metropolitan Coach Com
pany for their conveyance to and from
the business section of tho city and their
homes are oagerly awaiting the improve
ment of thlsl line In accordance with the
requirements of the law toon to become
e ff ectlvc
The new- law makes a standard of
sertlce which will practically require the
installation of new auto buses by the
company. It Is understood that plans
for the reorganization of this sertlce are
THE Union Trust
not place a lim
it npon tlie size of ac
counts which it will re
ceive in its baalrinf de
partment Deposits sub
ject to check are invited
in any stuns, and a rai
ned feature of our serv
ice lies in the fact that
interest is paid on check
ing accounts at the rate
of 2 per cent, and on
savings accounts at the
rate of 3 per cent per
1 Knhrjne C l'lekctt. 2t
Walt,r K, vmith a
Iter. s. II. Greene.
J Brosn. 22. and Katie E. tlrtinder
Harry D and idoline L. A Watts, orl
Edward J. and Rati nine M MacMnllan, h"y.
Herman A. ami Kannie kabanaky. girl.
Henry T. and Amelia L. Grimes l.w
Thomas and Tcrna tt right, hoe
Olarrnoe and nna t are. girl
NoUey and Maria Strart bor
(.loiter and ICoa Peterson, girl
James and laicu Carter pil.
llarry and Mane Cha-v or!
I Will Refund Your Money if My
Cold Remedy Fails to Cure.
John A. Ainnwsll, 73 years K Ii-innnt Circle,
Harold R. Wilson. 4. S fth St. ne
Arthur Gable, 52. Govt Ho.p ln.anc
Anna R. Girard. (I. 1331 II M. nw
John It IIIIL T2. 13C Newton t. nw.
Rer. TlmoUiy I', o'ltnorke. 4t, 516 6th St sw.
John V. Wallace, 64. bmergency llwix
Cora B. Williams, 51. IToiidence Hosp.
Henry D. Glddlngj. 54. norenco Ct
Sara H. JlcCaHa. ft 232 P. St. nw
Samuel W. Kauen. 23. Wash. Arjlura and JaiX
Carrie R. Detclin, 8 month". 1715 13th St. nw.
Mall Marshall. 20. Columbia Hosp.
James Kelly. L 780 Kenyon SL nw
StempMa. Tin n
New Orleans. Lai 50
New Tork, N'. Y 36
North riatte. N'ebr. 54
Omaha. N'ebr.... 60
1-hlladelpaia, Pa. 4)
Pittsburg. Pa 36
1'nrtUnd. Me. 31
Foruand. Oreg. I. 54
Salt Lake City. Utah 42
St. Louis, Mo 50
St. raui; Minn 44
han Francisco. Cal (4
Siaingneld. Ill 41
Tacoma, Wash 52
Tampa, 11a. 62
Toledo, Ohio........ 38
Only Oao "BROMO QUTNIfsX," tkat b
Laxative Bromo Onmina
CareaaCoMia OneDay.Citpfn 2 Days
An Invitation !
( vaii Ni Are Invited
q J To Hear
CLAYTON J. W00DW0RTH
OF NEW YORK
What Is Man?
Sunday, 3 P.M. '
Ae.Tr Slnsonle Temple,
ew Vorlc Ave. A 13lfc Ht.
, 4AI1 Invited! Ko.Callecttea!
I know that my Cold Remedy will re
lieve the head, nose, throat snd longs
almost Immediately, and prrTent Pneu
monia, IironcbltK Grippe and other dis
eases. Get a 23 cent Iwttle of these little pel
lets todjr and If you are not perfectly
satisfied with results I will refund your
If yonr blood Is Impure, or If yon are
ronxtlpnted. or If you haTe Dyspepsia, or
any liver or stomacn tronnie. notrt ran
PKOFXSSIONAT, EDCCATION IX AOCOUKT.
aney. Practical seork cspedany adapted ta men
eapioypd. 4S-pag buTXin. Call t address. Director
ot Ldocation. I. M. a A, CJ4 O EL. Waahtigtaa.
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES
lO saerenth 8t. na. Uncois 172.
Carital 11.000 MD
Laroeil Surplus. l.troon
Deposits Oier......... ...... ........... 7.0M.00S
in amount of deposits and
number of depositors is a
sign of good banking service.
This bank ran point to a re
markable record or aroerth.
bavina" nearly ten millions In
resonrres and over 31,000 open
SMK RATE of Interest paid on
both large and small accounts.
and Trust Company.
Comer loth and N. Y. Ave.
CHRISTIAN XANDER'S.909 7th St.
jOLISHEl EISE PLATE IUSS
' la Ideal for Table Tops and
furniture. Safeguards them
The eighteenth semi snnusl dirklend ef two ard
one-half (:";) per cent has been declared en the
preferred stork of the Washington, Railway ami
Electnc Comrenr. paysNe Jrnie I. I'll All held
era of eertlncates of said preferred Mock of reeori
the 18th day of IVbruary 150. bearing a stamn
charging the time and manner of Dsimrat of rtrri-
dends thereon from aenu annually to Quarterly, shall
recelre one-half tif said semiannual diridend m
March 1. D13.
A quarterly dmdcM of one ll) per cent on
the common stock of the Washington Radway and
r.lecmc lomrony has been declared. naTsbte
March I. 1913. to common stockholders of reeo-d
at the close of business on the inh day of Feb
llxiks for the transfer of preferred snd nitniMn
stoc will bo dosed from the elov of busiceu
tie 35th day of February. 1J13. to the open
ing of business on tho 20th day of February. Mil
felS.r 8. R. BOWXN. Secretary
VIAVI BCIBXCB Of HEALTH. NATOIIAL.
nonsurgical: IPJ-page book free. Apply by mail, tit
Colorado Bids. Free le&ue far women Wednesdays
at 2:30 p. m. Jnf
You Will Get More
MILLEfS IlDC,"rtt nd better buckwhesa
till" hm Iott Mdw 3tluxKi s1'-Sell-RaltlrTg
raising Bnciwht. Most econom-
IkrCklVrrfiat 'a,'I0 satisfactory. Inaut on
C7At your grocer's. No conwimera supplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW O BRO..
tVboIe.alrra. 11th and M Sis. S. E.
GEDDIXOS On Thursday, Tcbruary 13;
1911. at 8.43 p. m.. Dr. II. D. GED.
DINGS, of the Public Health Service,
at bis residence, Florence Court lit
the fifty-fourth year of his aee.
Funeral services prlatc, on Saturday.
February 15, at 2 p. m.. from the
chapel at Glenn ood Cemetery.
(Charleston, S. C, papers pleaso
IlllX-On Friday. February 14. 1313.
JOHN ROSS HILL. In tho seventj
thlrd lear of his age.
Funeral private, on Saturday after
noon, from his late residence, 1127
Newton Street Northwest.
O'KOURKE On Thursday, February 13,
13, ni ;:ii a. m.. verv Ilev. TIM
OTHY P. OROURKE, O. I', of St.
Funeral Saturday. February Z, office
ot the dead at 9.30 a. m.. and solemn
requiem mass at 10 o'clock. Relatives
and friends invited to attend. Inte'
nient at Mount OlUet Cemetery.
Ot Erery Description Moderately rriced.
Funs-rtl DiWftia. Fomrral Dftlcn.
GEORGE P. ZUBH0RST,
331 E.VST CAPiTOI. ST
EstiNuhed 1167. OIVS. S. ZURHORST. Mrr.
J. -tVILLIAX I.KK. Knaeral Director
Mim sWrssatfA'sPMM cw mm.
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