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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1913.
JffE AW-sroffE
1UMULTY SAVED
WAGEDECREASE
House Takes Action to Keep
Stipend at $7,500
a Year.
K Official Weathtr Report Fair
FuNSjze Felt Mattress
A substantially built sanitary, and comfortable mattress made
in our own shop, filled with best felt, and covered with strong
ticking.
We have secured the services of Mrs. M. H. Hosr. who has been
connected for a number of years with the United Gas Improvement
Company, of Philadelphia, as an educator. She will conduct a series
REVERSES FORMER STAND
of lectures on
f5lirT aaaaraW
Pskt7 AC
', ;T'hwcIs One of
" OitrConBopolitin
, , - . Sprin JJata.
Lm-"t'it a "peach?" Get
to-day. 2.29
'Monty's Worth or Monty Batk ,
D. J: KAUFMAN
1H5-W7 PenwylvanU Ave.
3 Loaves Star of
East Bread for
10c
36 Boxes of Safety
Matches for 10c
tried Lima Bean, per
lb ...... 7c
Fruit PuddieneJ per pack
age V2C
Molase,'per large bottle. 10c
Mustard, per large bottle. 10c
Fanc Michigan Potatoes,
per peck 18c
Small Smoked Ham, per
lb 18c
Xear-b Egg. per doz...23c
Finest , Storage Egg, per
doz -...,. 18c
Large. New Fat
Mackerel .' 5c
Wisconsin Pea, ,ery fine,
per can 10c
Four-String Parlor Broom. 35c
Ripe Tomatoes, per lb. . .10c
Large-size Grapet nut. 6c
MK
J. T. 0. Py les
Stores
The Beer
ThatBetters.
the Meal
B
Put an edge on the ap--petite,
and helps the diges
tion Imperial Export
Beer
It-will-help jou'to bet
ter, more robust health.
24 Bottles for $1.25
An additional charge of
50c i made, which will be
refunded on return of bot
tjes.,1 .. .'.
Phone Lincoln "54
Washington Brewery
Company
PrUimiiar) Patent Siarcfiis
wdMKtimlcal Riports
ftw WMt Wall JCte ifltt
Eater Ir-ndrssta often and aaata-
A 9panMilrvle, set eonnaeu
rftb n4t law. Try an Knslaaar
earth :-th ay IITaTaart.
EWIHEE1 SEMCWRt CI .
oantf Brak aarfMta t rim
JEWEliY OF MERIT
Noteltles for personal adorn
ment and wares" for household
uat. all of guaranteed quality.
COLE SWAN, 23 -
' BEE -HIVE MARKET
if C" cam : u
jvamina, a zor..... .,., .................
cttrun. pound i.
Tamatoac 1 cans
1T. XOIBXTCATT-.
Mlaai at f treats.
. . "PboB N,-aH.
. (Un:$fcL49JfoT -All Kinds
f Printing Supplies.
"il 'm 'JORDAN
. ,, 23 D Street N. W.
Hfrt-triliGfictfriPremlMs,.
"draqdukc tfc beat at lis tku the nail nm
PnBjj- esataeus awiicr
'. edwardfjdaVis,
JUuud to mt.Vth ttf. eapV;Fark &.
Lwrt Morning Circulation.'
Had.Redaeed Salary of Preadeat's
Secretary from Marck 4, Before
Coming Into Power.
Joseph T. Tumults , of New Jersey, who
wjll become secretary to President Wil
son on March 4, "ill be compensated
between that date and July 1 next at
the rate of V 500 a year. Thereafter Mr
Tumult, as Ions as he holds office, will
recelie the same salary, unless Congress
should again change Its mind on the
subject.
Charles D llilles, secretarj to Presi
dent Taft. receives a salao of J7.S00 a
ear. as did his immediate predecessors.
It looked for a time aa If Mr. Tumulty,
who has a wife and six children, would
have to worry along on IS 000 a ear. It
took an act of Congress to save Mr.
Tumulty from working at the White
House for a lower figure than his prede
cessor rn the office
Last year the House Democrats, pos
seised of a spirit of econom, forced the
adoption of an amendment to one of
the appropriation bills providing that
after March 4 1913, the salary of the
secretary to the President should be $$.000
a ear That was before the Democrats
had won the Presidency. As the new
rate wis to hA e become effectU e on the
day that Mr Tumnltj will be sworn In
Democrats came to realize that they had
made a serious blunder a ear ago Th
matter was fixed In the Senate, which
incorporated an amendment In the defi
ciency bill, fixing the salar of the ec-
retars to the President at J7 WO Instead
of ROW. the increase to date from
March 4
Mann Has Some Fan.
The question was discussed at the se'
sion of the House vesterdav afternoon
Representative Mann of Illinois the Re
publican leader, started the debate He
chnrzed that the Democrat nao re
duced the salars under consideration at
time when thev were in doubt as to
hlch partv would be in control of the
White House after March 4 The Demo
crats smilmglv admitted that they nd
vocated the reduction and further ad
mitted that thev favored the increase
Mr Mann had a lot of fun with the
Democrats before the House was per
mitted to concur in the Senate amend
ment He made the motion that the
House concur
Representative Roddenberv of Georsl
Democrat rebuked his partv col
leagues charging that the proclaimed
economv as a th'on but were aetuallv
extravagant in practice
Addressing Uncle Joe Cannon the ror-
n.er speaker. Mr Koddenoerv ex
claimed "I find mv dlsUnguishcd
friend from Illinois urging an increase
the salary of the secretary to the
President In all the davi when with
our tvrannous hand sou presided over
he House vou uere unable to appro
priate more than JloOttOOuO for pension"
and we Democrats before we have got
the Senate and before we have got the
President have appropriated $1S00u0ij0
We know how to legislate '
This salU made the Democrats squirm.
while the Republicans howled with
laughter.
Platform Mrrelr otr-nrtter.
We have reformed the rules of the
House so that the people of this coun-
ean get action from their Repre
sentatives" continued Mr. Roddenbery,
ho wjs urged to go on bv the Repub
licans ''Whs the gentleman from 1111-
is (Mr Foss who presided over the
Committee on Naval Affairs in the Re
publican ide, was never able to get
more than J113 000.000 for the navy.
and before our President comes Into
power we have got Jl 40 000 000 under
our reformed rules and we are legis
lating for the people W'e are going to
demonstrate to the great ex-chairman
of the Ways and Means Committee
(Mr Pavnet that we can reduce the
tariff and increase the appropriations
The people of this countrv drove vou
from power because su were incom
petent and incapable of properlv ap
propriating and caring for these great
industries of our countrv
Oh. do not go about chiding us
about our platform that aid we de
nounce the Republicans reckless ex
penditure of the peoples monev. That
platform was made like the Republican
platform to get into office on and
wc have won
NEW SCHEDULE ARRANGED.
Electrte Line Prepares for Innap
olls and Baltimore Crowd.
The Washington, Baltimore and An
narolis Electric Railroad Company is
making provision for extraordlnars
hea'vv traffic
Trains will be operated between this
citv and Baltimore every ten minutes
practicalls all of March 3, 4, and 5
until midnight, and a frequent service
will be maintained between midnight
and Sam March 3 and 4
Additional service has been pro
vided from Annapolis and the local sta
tions on the line, and the electric line
la doublinc ita force of ticket agents
and baggage agents and emploves In
various other capacities at its stations
In Washington, Baltimore, and An
napolla
Besides tne large number of pas
senders the electric line will bring into
Washington many visitors to the city
probablv will take advantage of the
popular side trip to colonial Annapolis
ann the irreal raval Academv.
The old historic buildings at An
napolis and the great United States
Naval Academs. with the drills of the
m!ahltiraen and the many features of
interest centered there have proved
very attractive to visitors
Fir Ball T.rd to Dralh.
New York, March i braham Abrom
owlu. seven, of 1M East HSth Street, was
a fielder In a baseball game yesterday aft
ernoon on Ultli Street, between Park and
Lexlntton Avenues A fly was batted
cer his head "Ulth his eye fixed on the
ball alone, he ran under a large auto
ttuck belonging to the Oscar Daniels
Companv, and was killed when a rear
Tvheel passed over him
LOCAI MENTION.
$XCrilSIOS TO-DAY.
btetuntr Cbsrlw Maaltter letrei from foot of
Sereoti Street Southwest for Mount Vernon boms
and tomb of Wishlnitoo daily, except Bandar; t
i9i,a. and is pl to.
.Norfolk asd Washington Steamboat Omnnany't
ttnmrrs fion foot at Serenth Stmt for Old Point
contort aad erfoik daily at 15 p. m.
Cart from Fifteenth Street and New Tort Awrm
wry quarter hour for main entrance Zoo Park and
CtretT Cbaaak
To Grett Fall wathiBflofi and Old Dominion
RaflrNd art every few minute from ThirtT-itxta
tnd t Street!.
To Mount vernon WasMsitan Yirrioia RaUwv
en ererr honr r rb hour from to a. m to X n. m..
Im car. bttftioo. Twelfth Street and PenuilnnU
Atenue.
Grraf r Draaan. i
To-day, TiraTtnla Theater,
PRACTICAL COOKING
. AND THE
ECONOMY OF GAS
During the first ten days of each month from 1
m. at our Sales Department, 425 Tenth Street
WASHINGTON'S
YOUNG BRIDES, OLD BRIDES, AND
BRIDCS TO BE
Are Cordially Invited to Attend These
HELPFUL DEMONSTRATIONS
Mrs. Hoar will also be
WASHINGTON GAS
425
Particular People Patronize the
COLUMBIA
LAUNDRY
Main Office and Works
623 G Street N. W.
TRY
BAKING POWDER
BAKING SODA
INIIAN CORN STARCH
MAKES
DELICIOUS
DES
SERTS liUfil-llflal
BAKCR iCOlK.
gUMtHTO,C.
Save Your Shoes
and Save Money
Send them to us, and get
them back looking like now
HOME SKIE REPAIR CO.
719 9th St. N. W.
Work Called For and
Delivered.
MAYOR'S WALNUT OIL
Rstor.s Color to Gray Hair or Beard
rrtfcUk wiiilBiBBr. A high
claw BMrtuwMM preparatl rutstt
w T rrta47,a4tl(ljbMwltsM,
eullTiM.l.e4 aVta.ui.U tWl.
rmfcelTM tbplltov. TU 4 btlif
abMrb4 will i-MM run alrUfre
ri4hftiih7. rpMitii 4,ifu
hr UttlM earllBf lti tvt Irai
wlllBctcnetMlcf fl far tttUiM
t4U from BABBBB8 a4 pMplt itf
It- Aik7ardni;(ltferlttrritffu
WmJ tull im-I trial lM,aoto
A Mayor Walnut Oil Co.
CnLWttt,Ztn.IrtiniSt. bans City. Ma. 0LS. A.
lMMlnihtmranTmtMltrmlaw.
QUALITY HEATS
And Provisions of all kinds. Try
onr plnmp home-dressed Poultry.
TORRE wiustN. w
SMALL'S is the Hardware
Store with the complete
stock and the little prices.
Small's Hardwire Store, 713 7th St.N. W.
H 93iJi
tattnl traM
pleased to arrange for special classes for Private
Instruction. HER SERVICES ARE
FREE TO ALL
Write Her in Care of
Tenth Street
Phone Main 8284
Chalmers'
Gelatine
Old-fashioned Shredded
ALSO
Instantaneous emulated
Will make four pints clear or
pink jellies.
roil !m.i: m iu (.notions.
Established :
Elphonzo Youngs
Company
2315-2317 18th St.
Pboo. Columbia ai
Groceries
Wholesale and Retail.
We Kdve Moved to Our
18th Street Store
Deliveries Everywhere
Relief
For Weak
. Women
II'no allcla(os extreme nervous
ness, general weakness, and other ail
ments peculiar to the aex
Hy'ne Company,
Chicago, III.
THIS SIGN MEANS
PURE MILK
SLeL
"T
i
J.WM.eSTLE-t
0. 3T-
LAKK1N, Michlne Slan,
Will repair jour sewlnc machine
properl, no matter what make
Send postal, or phone M-3:35
COR.XRR 3D AND II 8T. X. W.
o'clock to 4 o'clock p.
N. W. -
LIGHT CO.
N. W.
N$12.75N
Is Linger's Low Price for This
GUARANTEED BED
AH our beds are excellent in
design they add to the looks of the
hom Morn than that they outlast
the general run of beds, because
constructed of best matcrlils and
put together to stay. The finish of
this bed at 112 75 Is covered by the
anio guarantee we give on a bed at
too Come in and look over lta un
usual good points.
We'll make over yonr old aaal
(resa like new at amall cast.
H. A. Linger, Jr.
933 G Street N.W.
Established 1S3. Tel. North 1395.
S. H. HINES & SON
Undertakers, Embalmers,
and Funeral Directors
1715 14th Street N.W.
Trices and Terms Made for Lots and
Burial Sites
Washington. D a Philadelphia, Pa.
Cemetery Lots Pought, Sold, and
Exchanged. Cremation Arranged.
Best Service Guaranteed.
All kinds of wood, cloth, and metal
caskets furnished at moderate
prices.-
CALL N. 2013
For an Auto Ride
TOURING CIRS tD SIGHT
SKEI.NG DUSKS FOR HIRE.
Reasonable Rates
Quick Service
Washington Auto Service Ct.
ISIO 1ITII ST. . .
Largest Horning Circulation.
1 1 MLafr tip j Vail
liiigiritifi Supplies Fir Sale or leit
Ever thing needed for the accommodation of inauguration
visitors Beds, Cots, Springs, Mattresses, Blankets, and Com
forts. Thousands of flags too. Prices that will please jou.
LANSBURGH
512 NINTH STREET.
MOORE'S
423 9th
GARDEN
CONTINUOUS TO 11 P. M.
FEATURES TO-DAY-g
"WHAT THE UNKNOWN CONCEALS"
OTHER FILMS AND
"THE HIKERS"-AIRIVAL III WASNIIIGTM
First Motion Ploturo of Suffragatte Army.
Garden Symphony Orchestra of 10
To-morrow, March 4 Special Feature
Marion Leonard, in "As in a Looking Class"
EXTRA SPECIAL
Mr TO-DAY'S GREAT SUFFRAGIST
m PROCESSION AND PAGEANT
WiH Be Taken by the Garten Camera Men ami
Shown Here Exclusively Tuesday, March 4
Craat Inaugural Day Faaturas
it
For Purity and Wholcsomcncss
INSIST ON
ICE CREAM
Tis Made in the Most Scientific and Sanitary Ice Cream Plant
in the World.
See Your Reliable Dealer.
CHAPIN-SACKS
MANUFACTURING COMPANY
SMOKES THAT
AFTER-DINNER
5C
& 10c
OFFTERDINGER QUALITY SHOP
508 Ninth Straat Northwest
INSIST ON
GETTING
doctv2
ClOCOUSU
"THIS SIGN MEANS PURIT."
Frrdertelc . Llppn. Balllnore. Hd
Maker.
NO STORAGE CHARGES FOR
FIRST MONTH.
Reaaouatite rate on atorage. hauling.
ad parkins. Iilinae tarnished. Ex
pert nervier.
UNION STORAGE C0
Pkonr M. 4tTt. 1011 Pit. sr.
t t mtloril l j-.llo! ' it.iiferctici'
recenllx held In lWin lie Eovcrnmcnt
T,as nrknl to take steps tGnrd supplj -
Ins: Chin i with a phonetk- alphahet to rc-
place Hie piescnl.noru s stis.
CO.
THEATER
423 9th
Motion Pictures of
SATISFY
DEER HEAD
atie-nacr to BitikII Win Pit. s
DURESCO
FLOOR PRESERVATIVE.
F. STEWART. 1st &HSte.
ti- j.humI
ti
Mito h ftiraitei to
FIIHITIRE
Ml CAIPET
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