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THE .WASHINGTON HERALD. SATURDAY, MARCH 1', 1913.
"RMIEO AND JULIET"
SPEAKS AT MEUT1KG
AT THE COLUMBIA
a Policy of
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Specials for Saturday
Yellow Globe Onions, pk 124c
We guarantee these onions to be of the best quality obtainable.
Virginia Red Apples, V4 pk.f 10c; P, 18c; pk 35c
Sweet Florida Oranges, doz 17c
Large Ripe Grapefruit, each 6c
Fancy Ripe Bananas, doz., 13c; 2 doz. for 25c
Choice Lemons, doz 23c
Best Michigan White Potatoes, Pk 18c
Fancy North Carolina Yams, J2 pk 19c
Cape Cod Cranberries, qt 13c
Spareribs, lb 12Vc
Fresh Small Shoulders, lb 13c
Loin Pork Roast, lb 16c
Smoked Ham, small and lean, lb 18c
Lean Pork Chops, lb 15c
Lean Pork Roast, lb 15c
Loin Pork Roast, center
piece, lb 18c
Newport Roast (a bone
less rib), lb 22c
Elgin Creamery Butter, lb 35c
Brookfield Creamery Butter, lb 39c
Swift's Premium Oleomargarine, a fancy substitute for but
ter, lb 23c
Strictly Fresh Eggs,
gathered from near-by farms. You don't want storage stock
now when you can buy these new-laid eggs at O
Millbrook Brand Selected Fresh Eggs.
These are unusually large and weighty and each egg OT
guaranteed, doz sCfaJsL
Extra Fancy Cooked Ham, Sliced Bologna, lb 12V2c
sliced thin, lb 35c
Fancy Sardines, box 9c Salt Water Trout, lb .... 8c
Home-dressed Poultry of all kinds, Prime Young Steer Beef,
Choice Spring Lamb, Fancy Milk-fed Veal and all other Meats,
Vegetables, Fruits and Fish that are seasonable may be had at
any of our markets.
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llil j55 m
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Loin Pork Chops, fancy,
Country Style Sausage, lb. 15c
Holly Brand Sausage, pure
pork and pure spices,
Smoked Calas, lean and
mild, lb 121oc
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of Ldocation. ?. M. Q A.. tfM O St.. Waahlnftos.
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES
JO Bmnih SL cs. laoooba ina
Mrs. John Martin, of New
York, Speaker at Mass
Meeting of "Antis."
THEATER IS CROWDED
"Movement Is Distemper of Moment,
and It Sign of Decay,"
Decrying the equal suffrage move
ment as a distemper of the moment,
branding it a sure sign of decay, a
cause prosecuted by restless, nerve-
tormented women to create for them
selves a false independence, to repudi
ate their natural functions and to Jus
tify their exploitation by industry. Mrs.
John Martin wife of the commissioner
of education of New York State, made
a searching and scathing review of the
votes for women" arguments In her ad
dress at a mass meeting at the Belasco
Theater yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge, president or
the National Association Opposed to
Woman Suffrage, presided. Represen
tatives from sixteen States, among
them the mother and sister of the
noted suffragist "hiker." "Gen " Rosalie
Jones, wire among the audience. Mrs
Kllhu Root and Mrs. Wlckirhim. wire
of the Attorney General, also were
"Women are trlng to sell their
birthrights for a mess of politics.' said
Mrs Martin "Thp materialism of our
time has sxplniteil woman h labor in
Industrj. has forced her out of her
home In competition with men. which
li the greatest wrong that has ev r
been perpetrated upon her. This has
created a race of nerous. re'lless
women, who believe equal suffrage is
progress, who crave something, and
think It Is the ballot.
The mlrk of Independence of the un
married, childless woman, unscxed by In-
dustr. Is an evil portent to the race.
superior woman s chance of mann
ing Is becoming less The man who hears
that the woman's life Is an end in Itself
begins to think that hib life Is likew Ue
He takes his marriage vous lighter, for
they hae lost their mianlng What
reason is there, lie feels, to take care
of and bhelier this new fern lie creature
who is his equal" He feels that his
right to Hie an independent. Individual
life is as good as the woman'"-, and he
ib-indons her with a, light heart, which
III be lighter still when she Is en
Some nf the Results.
On! occasions! women of Infirm intel
lect wiil imm In the future Divorce
111 come eslcr The best tvpes of the
race will die out, as tne lnnivinuaiisiir
oman will find herself, as man will
concede, best suited by lives of celibacy
The loe of women and children lor
each other ! being rcniled by these mod-
wnmtn The separation of these two
primeval loers 1" the most dlastrous di-
ce ever granted or appncn inr.
Parental responsibility Is riving out
place Is being taken bv the Ptate
The mother of little Wllllo wants to nil
lot that her bov may be brought up to be
a good man Uttle Wllllo U not to be
UEht to avoid neooming a ururmurti !
a gambler by his mother In the nome.
he wants to get me nauoi una re
move thee tnings irom mm- ...i.i.-.
reich He Is not to be taught to walk
1 through ftrrets lima wun nouscn
of ill fame, but his mother 1- to get a
. anil regulate thee poor wreicurs
somihow The woman inuiviiiuaui. in
suffraglsts. accepts nure-imdi streit
made children In place of (he old home
"When soriot takes tne women imo
1 Ire it bins iimre thin her Hbnr power
It buvs the best of the unborn race P-
cirtv mortgages Its future nv pavm iwi
salaries to women
Rncp Is Nl for -nle.
The race should not be for sale Wom
en hould not be forced into lndutrv
and tie filling birthrate among the fit,
and the lucre ising birthrate among the
unfit will soon bring s-mietv with an
awful warning to its senses Woman's
reason of exigence Is to rear famllks
Although the suffragists hid thr,';'lt:
ened to paik the house, and had tilled
the gnllcrv with i large comranv of
their number Mrs Martin's scnthlng
iron, and s, arching cxsmlmtlon of their
cans went unrebuked by a single hiss
Miss Lucv 1 i'-iee. of Clev eland, for
m'crlv a newpjpor worn in In that citv.
spoke She said that the women were
classed with the men of the United
St ites arnn and navv In not having th
right to vote, rather than with tmbeleilcs
MM Minnie Ttronson. genenl secre
tary of the "antW association, gae
oluminlous facts as to how equal suf
frige has fallen down In those States
where It has been tried out. Miss Bran
son pointed out Mr rankhurt. whom
she characterized as being half demented
She also aid that women's vote would
not purify conditions, but leave them us
they are or worse
Among the prominent out-of-town
guests were: New Tork. Mrs. W. A.
Putnam, Mrs. George Phillips, Mrs. J
Crumpacker. Mrs. John Church. Mrs
Knight Neftel. Mrb. A. Harper. Mrs R
M. Donaldt-on. Mrs Joseph 11. Willetti-,
Mrs. niihu Root, Miss Alice Chittenden,
Mrs. Arthur M. Dodg. Mrs. William P.
I Vortki-Pk'Mtio I-Vancis" M. Scott, and
Elizabeth Burnell. and Mrs Daniel A.
Markham, Man land, Mrs Robert Gar
rett, Mr" Francis T. Redwood, Mrs.
Charles H. Penrose; New Hampshire,
Mls Anne de li. Mcllvaine: Pennsyl
vania. Mrs. Horace Brock, Mrs John
It. Hcrnon; Rhode Island, Mrs Roland
Doroenico and Klimna Vita. hrv.
atlian and Rebecca blatrtr, bpy.
Mai and llecale Robin cirl
Henry J. and Eleanor Roberta, boy
Antonio and Caramella FhUla, hrw.
diaries T and Mary K Pratt, boy. ,
J AniWo and Julia aasella. lry
fharlcs 11. and Ruby Michael, tul.
Prank S. and Mabel Miller, cirl
McIIenry and Laura I Mitchell, Bui.
CVwi'tantine and Emma Jorh. KirL
E. Madison and Annie A Hall, sirl.
John H and Lory Holloway, prl
James N , jr , and Mary U Fltzn&trlclc, boy.
Arthur and Pearl Wilmc r. boy
ChrMrWier and Lottie Thomas, hoy.
lfilllip and Beatrice Steward, boy.
Mluam and Addle Suter. cirl
Charles and Annie Jackson, boy.
William It Henry, 36. axd Praners It Fncliam.
27. both rt Rappahanock County, Va. Rer. Henry
Wilfred M Bemct. S3, and LUy D Hart, M,
both of New Tork. N. Y. Rer R. W. Lowne.
Ensene L. HamJ. M, and Ethel M Wood, IL
Iter. II T. Sterenann.
He Forest W Morton. 3 of Philadelphia. Ta.,
and Eather T. Hmlth. 22 Rer. II. S Smith
George Btem, r. and Mary Turoburke, 3. both of
Prioos George County, lid. Rar. Janus W. Many.
To Car Comanpatlea.
Don't dose the system with a lot ot dan
gerous habit-forming drugs. Physicians
everywhere are now prescribing- Hoffe
twwder. All aronlsts icU it.
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" SSSSB. ',.. ' :
MISS LUCY j. pnicc,
Of CleTrland. OhK
DEMOCRATS TO GATHER.
Women's Wilson and SInrahnll Clab
lrnltes'VUItore r Cnll.
Visiting and local Democrats are all
invited to attend the "open house" of
the District of Columbia branch of the
Southern league of the Woman's Wil
son and Marshall organization, of which
Mrs George A Armes Is chairman, at
the New Wlllird. commencing Sunday
afternoon and lasting until Thursday aft
ernoon They are also invited to bo the guests
of the leaguo Monday evening, when
they will give a largo reception at the
t lllard in compliment to the Governors
who will be In Washington at that time
The Governors who have accepted the
Invitation alreadv are from Maryland.
Virginia, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Ne
braska John F. Costello Is chairman of the
men's entertainment committee, assist
ed bl Ma J Hancock, Col. John Clem,
Gen McDonald. Ur i:cllffe Rose, Dr.
J W Ileum!". Dr Chase Pnlmer, R. F
Howie. Lester llarr, Fred W. Swindell,
Mr Fountain. Mr Puller. E. J lock
wood. J. I" I.lttle, L.leut. R W. Lesher.
Heln Von Mollcr. Capt. Camden. South
Trimble. Jerry South, and Bron S.
Dr Clarence J. Owens will make the
Introductions, nssted by John Poole
Orlando II mith and David A Skin
r.er are tho committee in charge of the
REFORM SCHOOL TRAINS BOYS.
Superintendent .aj. It Is Neither ft
Nor n Jnll.
O F I'amal! superintendent of the
National Training School for Ho. ad
dressui the Minhhln- ''bib cstcrd-i at
th retrular muting --.
Mr Darnall .made
training i-chuol. m n
"reform hchool." i t "
bojs were comm
ment lcause of '-iw i "".
ordnanci . but t i - t .r nif ,
might be g ilnc
"People have ' "- i-'- ' " '
school. Mr i-r'i -- he
National Tw - '- . -""i
or a toil, as i - ,
a real sihoo' r r '
ar.ts and th
(II 113 IHVIUUIII ....V.....J ...n . -
cementing, carpentering, all of which are
put to practical u-e in oonstruciirg new
hfildings for the use of t'lf school Mr
Darnall gave man lntan-cs of success
ful products of the schorj. and said It
w is onlv the unsuccessfu of which we
Reports were read from the brineh
presidents, and other routine business
TATT PLAYS LAST
GOLF AS PRESIDENT
rrcsiilcnt Taft jeHerdav after
noon plived what prob.ibI will
lie his list game of golf .is Pres
ident of the l'nlte.1 Ft.ite- Ac
companied by Peeretarv llilles. he
went to the Chew Chase links,
where be Ins plave.l so frequent
lv in the Hst four cars His
game lasted an hour.
C. S. Dept cf Atricultnre Weather Bureau.
ahirstii 1-ndar Feb 3 1013 S i m.
Thers will I" 1"! " baturJir in the Old
alley, nnvttlod weather with local tains in the
Sojth Allsntic Midd e tlantle. ana tat i.u I
states folld b clouJy wrather in thes- ditmets
vi r Jay Snow Barries are al prebiMi Saturday
and Sunday m U1" extreme Lpir jnasi.&ipri ai
Ver and the Lai rest si. hi!e in Vew Erdar-d nn
settled weather Saturday will he follrnrd fry nm
. tn hatt.rli. nieht er wunday Neat of tho
Mlssls-lrpi r.iier the weather will re jrnerally fair
Saturday and Stmdar
The temperature will be lrwer batnrday throuirfiout
the Atlantic and liull Mates, aon -junciay in ice
South Atlantic -Mates and alio in the Northwest.
f,Hn,.L fi) "a. m.. f. s a. ta.. SI. C a m ,
8 a m . -3. 10 a. m.. W 12 wvsi, (A z p. in . M:
)nm.,CiM,B,Sp m., 5.. W li. m. O.
IlltheJ. 67. lowest. 13
IWatlre humldlty-d a. rv,. PO: 3 p. m . 53: 8 p.
m.. HI. Italnfall llF.n to p. m.1, trare llmrs
nf sr.nshlne. 10 Z Per rent or rosaiMe sunshine, sa
Temperature same date, last year HleUest, , low
Tempernlnres In Other Cities.
Temperatures In other cities, toetlher with tha
amount cf rainfall for tLo twenty four boon ended at
I p. Ja. yesterday, are aj follows:
Max. Mfs. 8 n. in. fall.
AsheriUe. N C '. . M 4' M
Atlanta. Ca 13 V tA
Atlantto Otr. V. J (C 51
Human. N Iak H -1 1
tloJnn. Mass C 12 it 0 U
nniT.!o N Y on :i 3i o:
Chimin. Ill 26 l 25 0 01
Cincinnati. Ohio 38 33 33
Chejenne. Wjo .. 2 2 12
riarcnport. loaa. H fi II
Denier. Colo 3) 2 33
Pes Moines Iowa. 16 0 K 0 02
rvnluth. Minn 1 1 OUi
Galreston. Tex M fj 62
Helena. Mont 3 W 3"'
Indianarolis. Ind X 31 3 0 02
JaikscmTine. Fla. 7 (8 W
Kansas City. Mo IS G 1 0 18
Utile Iters:. Ark 31
Los Ansetes. fal SI 2 Si
Manpiett. SIfch 3 .. 12
Memphis. TenV M 41 ?
New Orleans Ia 71 31 f4
New lork. X V
.orth ITatte. Sebr..
Omaha. Se .
a JT, sz 0 Jb
PtiladelrWa. Ta. (
Plttsborg. Ta t 34
rortland. Me.., 3
Portland. Ores. 4
Salt Lal CIt. Utah. 32 22
St. Ixsiis. Mot 2B 22
St. Taul. Mini 1 -
San Franclseol Cal .
Taeomx. w af
Tamna. Fla I
Cure a neaaaetw
Ton must rst remove the cause. Most
h.sitsehes re caused bv a disordered
stomach. ImtCn Lemon Scldiltx will put
your stomsp fn the pink of condition
and cur ju headache a a tnr mln-
Through Courtesy of Discov
erer of Phthisis Remedy Gov
ernment to Treat Afflicted.
NO CHARGE WILL BE MADE
Treatment Will Be Under the Super-
vision of the Public Health
If Dr. Frederick Frledraann, the Ger
man medical specialist, has really
found a cure or reliable remedy for
tuberculosis, sufferers from that mal
ady In the United States will have an
opportunity to obtain tho treatment
free through the United States uovern
ment by the courtesy of the discoverer
of the cure. This announcement was
made by Burs. Gen. Blue, of the Publlo
Health Service, last night, followlnc a
conference which he had with Surg.
John F. Anderson. In charge of the
Hygienic Laboratory. Dr. Anderson re
turned yesterday afternoon from Kew
York, where he was In conference for
several hour with Dr. FTledmann. Al
though Dr. Anderson returned to
Washington without the much-desired
cultures for the antl-tuberculln serum,
ho was given a definite promise that
tho cultures would be provided within
the next few dais, on condition that
the Public Health Service detail one
or more officers for Instruction under
Dr. Friedmann before treatment is ad
ministered to human patients
Dr. Friedmann informed Surg. An
derson that he was highly apprecia
tive nf th Interest of the American
people and of the medical branch of
tho government In his discovery, which
he declared to be absolutely reliable
In the trc-Urnent of all tubercular
cases. 'While Surg Anderson was con
vinced of the earnestness of the Berlin
specialist, the Public Health Service
is not prepared to give the cure Its
stamp of approval until actual experi
ments have demonstnted Its worth.
Conditions lre Accepted.
Surgeon Gen Blue has wired his ac
ceptance of Dr. Trledmann's conditions,
and as soon as tho culture Is received
experiments will be put under way In the
hvgienic laboratory under the personal
direction of Surgeon Anderson Exhaust
ive experiments will be made on
guinea pigs rats, monkevs. and other
ntilmils used for tills purpose. In the
meantime an nffUer. as stipulated by Dr
Frhdmann. will be detailed for Instruc
tion duty under him In New York Dr
Friedmann informed Surgeon Anderson
ttat under no circumstances would he
permit the use of this serum bv any one
until they had taken the course of In
struction ringing from six to eight
weeks In the administering of It and
treatment of patients The acceptance
'- nroDosltlon was made, with the
MicViagh. of the
r i .. j a TJtl k,- n r- ' '
tr.'s t-eot. ' L ' t
.-,. !- - Pct'l ITr J 'VT.
.c - 1. 1 "v Jt-tw it.lr
.1 . t - " tewair"-
Pince the arrival of lr Krledminn a
fen d-vvs ago an almost eo.ua! number of
telegrams have bten received, many of
the writers urging and ome demanding
that their friends hive the first oppor
tunltv for the treatment. Hundreds and
even thousands it is underto.d hive
communicate.! with their fcen aors and
Kcpr-st ntat ves in Congress, according to
members of that bodv, who have been
making these rro.uests dlrfct to Surgeon
ileneral Iile It is understood that strong
political pressure i- being brought to
tca- in order thit the onstltumts of
some Congresfmen he fir-t favored The
problem of who stall be firl is jet to be
Surgeon General I'lue stated lat night
that he would determine that, in e.ie the
treatment Is found vsluable, there shill
be no partialitv in tho stiertlon of pa
tients The Public Health authorities feel that
Dr Friedmann his taken the proper
course In requiring tint "-urgeons be
given instruction for sW or eight weeks
before admlnisterlnf the treatment to the
public, heiauso tho German doctor ex
P'alns that a grcit measure of the suc
cess of the treatment depends upon the
tidmlnistratlon of the cultures The fact
that Pr Friedmann was unable to give
Surgeon Anderson anv of the cultures
jesterdiv indicates that he brought a
ver limited supply with him, and that
It will require at least a few dajs in
order to produce more He was Invited
to come to Washington and use the Hv
gienic Laborator) for this purpose, but
he declined, saving he preferred to re
main in New York, where he hi-s ar
ranged for the use of a private labora
tory. Mission Krdcrntlonlst to Speak.
Sidney Vhittcmore. of New Tork City.
president of tho National Federation of
Pescue Missloi s. Is to speak at the Gos
pel Mission to-morrow nlgnt. A spienam
prosrammo of music will bo given.
Open to Innnsmrnl Visitors.
The buildings of the Smithsonian In
stitution and the United States National
Museum will be open to the public dur
ing Inauguration week, aiarcn 3 to ,
inclusive, from S.S0 a. m. to A 30 p. m.
Only One "BROMO QUIMNE,"that fa
Laxative Bromo Quinine
Cores Coldin One Day, Crip In 2 Days
Room 17x22, with two win
dows on second floor, on 15th
Street, opposite U. S. Treas
ury, next to National Press
Club, steam heat, toilet room,
for rent March 4.
Aiford Letter Co.
MacLeaa-Hanf ord Tyler-DrofBah Com
pany in Shakespeare's Impas
The drama which has as its central
theme a love which stands all tests
need never go begging for an audience.
This Is the reason that "Romeo and
Juliet." the most Impassioned love story
of all the ages, never falls to entice
folk to the theater, and once there to
draw from them every token of approval.
Again was this fact demonstrated last
night when the MacLean-Hanford. Ty-ler-Drofnah
Company presented Shake
speare's tragic tale of the two faithful
lovers of Verona.
This wonderfully tender story, through
which runs the Bplrlt of youth at Its
morning, love at its springtime, should
never be unfolded save by those who
have the fever of youth coursing through
their veins, or who can at least create
that Illusion for an audience, a thing
which the MacLean-Hanford Company
hovers Just on the brink of doing, for
R. D. MacLean Is too mature a Romeo,
and the voice of Odette Tyler does not
convey the Impression of Impulsive youth,
the one characteristic of Juliet which
was so largely responsible for her tragic
Charles B. Ilanford presented a clear
cut characterization of Meroutlo. al
ways consistent and well within the
spirit of the witty friend of Romeo.
Mr. Hanford was the recipient last
night of unstinted applause, which was
To Marie Drofnah fell the task of
painting the portrait of Jullet'B old
nurse, which Bhe did with distinction.
Fortunately for the capabilities or
the supporting company, the minor
roles exacted little, and It Is Just as
fortunate that after the matinee per
formance of "Romeo and Juliet" to
day and the repetition of "Othello" to
night no further demands will bo imde
upon the scenic investiture, for it has
reached n. etato of shoddinesa which has
detracted from the artlstlo success of
the MacLean-Hanford productions.
At the close of the Washington en
gagement Mr. MacLean will Join Will
iam Faversham's company, succeeding
Berton Churchill In the role of Brutus.
In which characterization he scored so
distinguished a success In the Columbia
Theater last Tuesday evening.
Miss Tyler has accepted an Invita
tion from Mr. Faversham to play Juliet
In a special performance for the ben
efit of the Drama League in Chicago,
opposite his Romeo, after which she
last night declared to mi that she
would have one good, long rest.
It seems more than possible tint Mr.
MacLean. Miss Tyler. Mr. Hanford. and
Mies Drofnah will all Join forces with
Mr. Faversham in a stupendous Shake
sperean revival next season.
J. C. M.
Jnlia Phillip. St yrars wab An!um Iloep
WaLaee S. nnrrh. t. KS H St. ne.
orr T. IIIbNe. 67 "J. fpjhtir SL
rUzatUi F J.siea. TJ I5V) Marion St. nw.
I'atherin- wasnrr. 71 V.1) 10th . ne
Francis fwn. U fl" Wash t'niT Itosp.
Thmas Crar-, W 0"ot TUp Insane
John IT fiates 67. 123 Ilth -t se
Antmi Kin. G5 PnifVnre Hov
Walter K. Like. 75 TK "to St. ne.
Henry W Rush. 5i Wash Asyhita ITp.
Il-mey V orsood 2?. H -wnenpatMa Hosp
"&&& ' V(.
The famous writer of short stories,
has written the leading storv for
the March number of The Washing
Sunday, March 2
The title of the great Morris story Is
We know- it will delight every ono
of our readers, and in order to make
it doubly intcrtsting we have had
the story Illustrated by an equally
There's a combination of author and
artist that's hard to equal.
Other Interesting features of our
Literary Magazine Section for
Bv W. Carey Wonderly.
Illustrated by Howard Heath.
"The Ail-Wool Girl"
ny Arthur William Beer.
The Sheriff of Galloway'
By Edwin Carlisle Lltsey.
"School House Tales"
By Margaret Small Dodge.
A PAGE OF LATEST
And now that we hae told you this
much, we think It would be an act
Jf kindness to your neighbors to
tell them to be sure and get Liter
ary Magazine Section.
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Raisins. 3 for JU
Citron, pound Uo
Tomatoes. S cans ,...J&
tk d M Streets-
f bono N. aM,
420 f 431 7th SL
417 tf 425 ltd SL
Worth Up to $2.00, to Sell at
This is one of the best
values we have ever offered
in our Leather Goods Dept.
Genuine Suede Leather
Handbags, with trimmings to
match, in black, tan, navy,
and gray, finished with nickel
plated frames. Also Black
Seal Grain Leather Bags;
leather lined throughout and
oxidized silver frames. Ac
tual values worth up to $2.QP.
For this special sale Qr
Bargain Table Main Aisle.
IQ, PAID IN SAVINGS
KNOW the fads
about your ex
oat jut what yon mutt
spend money for and
what you can do with
out. Yon will then be
better able to sare
you will know which
expenses to eliminate.
Whatever you are
able to save, deposit
the money in the sar
jV at ts
' SDir. T.-g;t
s fun a 2-J
When the grocers tell you other
soaps are "Just as good smile at them
and knock on wood
Bring back replies because each
order receives the same personal
attention, irrespective of size.
Tou will rind our letters free
from dark edges broken type,
typographical errors, &c.
You can Bafely intrust Impor
tant form letters to us. being as
sured that they will be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2,000 LETTERS, $4.00.
Alford Letter Company,
607 15th Street N.W.
Second Floor Orrr Ford Jfc C.ra-
ham Dsirr Lunch. Opposite
V. 8. Treaaurr.
Phone Slain 7506.
PASTOIt AND PEOPLR.
Dr, Montfonfrr fe announced to mak t ti
MrtropnJiUn MemcrUI MthodUt Church BarkUr
momlntf at 11 o'clock on the ubrt, "The Olory of
the S.-cond Mile." In the ermine at 8 ocUx Pr.
Montsomnr will deuitr & iDcnii cre-mau -rant inn
h&drtm oa the sabsret. "The Americas fiernblie.
I'atzlouc mTJBio ana irte teau to au th peopie.
VIAVI SCIENCE OP DEA .11. FllEB LEC
tnre for woman. Vfd.. 3 pw m. Natural, non-
aorsiral: cloth-bound bock hn. li CoJondo Bide.
C7-N0 CONSUMERS SClfUEO.
For Your Breakfast
RaialEf Buckvlieat. There'a noth
tr4r more wholMtvne vr arwtLdnj.
Tour crocer wlU auij this notl
tuckwhrat-a for It.
B. B. EARNSHAW O BRO..
Wholeaslerm. litis and l Sts. g. E.
GEORGE P. ZUBHORST,
301 EAST CAPITOL ST.
Established ISC. CUAS. 8. ZUBHORST. MfT.
J. WILLIAM LEE, Funeral Dtreetor
and Lmbalmrr. Urery in cocnectlec ConuaOklloui
Cbapil and Modern Crematorium. Modsvt prices.
23Z Pesssrlrania Are. nsr. Talsphose Main UU.
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