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, i THE WASHINGTON HERAiLD.. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY T. 191. ,. ,
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For today we have pre
pared three groups of Lin
gerie Waists to sell out, in or
der to make space for new
arrivals. Many different
styles all fashioned correct
lyand any waist you. may
select will be a veritable find.
Second Floor Waist Section.
values up to $3, at.
values up to $4, at.
Lingerie Waists, t rn
values up to $6, at. vOiOU
Climaxr in' Seventh Street
TO HOLD MASS MEETING
Business Men Will Gather at Carroll
Institute Hall' to Outline
F. F. COOK
OF MJ1V aORK.
If you are dl.trra.ed la your aplr
Itual life you should aat fall to
hear Mr. Cook, kaovra la maajr of
the rtitm of the country a. "the
au "It a a heart message to hu-maalty."
VOIl THE PEOPLE
New Masonic Temple
$2.50 $3.50 $5.10
$1.40 $2.25 $2,51
Tbs movement for the repavlnaT of
Seventh street northwest ha become
city-wide. While originally launched by
the mrrchants ami residents of that Im
portant business artery. It developed rap
Icfly Into a. campaign participated in by
every large and representative business
and civic organization of Washington,
showing on their rolls many thousands
of public-spirited, tax-paying, property-
owning clUzens of the NaUonal Capital.
Thus. 'Washington has taken It upon
Itself to fight conceitedly the cause of
those whose health, nerves, and business
suffers under the present disgraceful
cobble-stone surface of Seventh street
TThe movement will come to a climax to
night when the campaigners will gather
at the Carroll InsUtute Han. Tenth street,
above New York avenue, at a mass meet
ing to be arranged by the Mld-Clty ClU
zens Association, under whose auspices
the campaign was started.
William F. Gude, president of the
Chamber of Commerce: William H. Sing
leton, first vice president of the Board
of Trade: D. A. Edwards, head of the
Federation of Citizens' Association, and of
the Lincoln Park Association, and A. J.
Driscoll. president of the Mld-Clty ClU
zens Association, will be among the
Retailer Join Movement.
The Retail Merchants Association is
taking a very active interest In the mat
ter. President R. P. Andrews has ap
pointed a committee to attend the meet
Isaac Cans, second vice president of
the association, will be the chairman of
the committee, and Joseph Berberlch.
vice chairman. Other members of the
committee are A. D. Prince. J. PbUlp
Herrmann. Joseph Strasburger. Lee J.'
Lauman, Harry Mayer, Charles C Van
All.n. Jacob Eisenmann. A. Sid Heller,
Myer Fellhelmer, Charles Schwartz.
Harry King. Jacob Kohner. Louis 8.
Jackson, A. St. Flshtl. Melt In Behrends.
Robert Berberlch. M. D. Rosenberg. Mor
ris Hahn, Gus Eberly. C Eugene Ed
wards. Harry Franc. Morris Ganss, Fred
Hahn, II. II. Levi. Edward Kohner.
Frank T. Knock. Sol Louis, I. L. Blout.
H. a Adler. Edwin Hahn. Max Needle.
W. G. Thomas. Joseph Jacob!. Charles
E. Flesher. D. B. Gusdorf, I. B. Hartz, A.
Slgmund. Harry F. Barnard, Isador Saks.
John Hansen. Alexander Hecht. and
President Driscoll has addressed a. let
ter to the three trade bodies asking their
co-operation in the securing of this much
Item. Stricken Ont.
CaiBMlaaU-cT Will. HeM
A BUbUe hearing on street traJBc regu
lations wlH be held before the District
Coamlaaiooars next Tuasday morning in
the board'room In the District Building,
according to announcement made yester
day. The changes recommended In- the
existing regulations are embodied m a
schedule drafted T)y the street traffic com
mlttee of the Board of Trade and sub
mitted to the Commissioners.
This committee, with Le Roy Mark as
chairman, worked In conjunction with
William P. Eno. one of the foremost
traffic experts In the world, who has
1J m l( esVu4 ntwinlnanllw ! vttlss s4 ft I n a I ha
-c-s fl WMKMCItUJ . Htatiuiisj . V4
regulations for many large cities. Includ
ing Paris and New York. Mr. Eno and
Mr.' Mark will -be present at the hearing.
BILL IS MERGED
CONTINUED ntOU 1'AGE ONE.
INCOME TAX LAW
Social Organizations, It Is
Announced, Will Have
to Pay. .
MUCH SURPRISE CAUSED
Under Former Act. Returns i from
Corporation "Not Organized for .
Profit" Were Not Required.
himself that the assets of the company
are of the value claimed lor them.
Sect lea la Disrate.
Expenses and salaries paid officers are
to be Included In the annual reports of
financial Institutions affected by the act.
and if either the superintendent of In
surance of the Comptroller of the Cur
rency shall decide that the company is
not prudently managed he may require
such changes In the administrative meth
ods as he deem best. Appeal from such
decisions lies to the District Commis
sioners and thence to the courts.
Section 10, the disputed section, and
upon which Mr. Prouty insisted, reads as
"Section 10. That no oncer or director
of any such Insurance company shall be
financially interested in any company.
Arm or corporation holding or having a
general underwriting contract or agency
with said Insurance company, and any
person now holding suoh dual relation
shall sever his connection either with the
underwriting agency or aald Insurance
company within ninety days from the
passage of this act."
If the compromise measure Is framed
in such a way as not to conflict with the
Federal reserve act. Its effect upon bank
ing Institutions In the District probably
will be alight, as most of the trust com
panies here will come in under the new
Federal organization an) how. Thus
trust companies would be exempt 'from
the operations of the provision which
declares them In competition with real
estate Arms, unless some effort Is made
to reconcile the local measure with the
requirements of the Federal reaene act.
RV E. Coraer mat aaf D Streets.
! largest JMonxjj Circulation.
The chief object of the meeting, and of
the campaign tn general. Is to impress
upon the members of the District House
Committee the urgent necessity of plac
ing back upon the District appropriation
bill the Item for the repaving of Sev
enth street. This Item was provided In
the estimates submitted by the Commis
sioners to Congress, but was later
stricken out by the committee. The en
thusiasm displajed by practically all
Washlngtonlans and the earnestness and
vis-or with which they have gone about
this matter, it is expected, will go a
long way toward convincing the members
of the House commltteo that they are
morally compelled to give the people of
the District what they so urgently need
Among those who jesterday cae em-
pnatic expressions or support to the
movement were Charles C. Glo er, presi
dent or tne Iliggs Sank; Charles J. Bell,
president of the American Security and
Trust Compan). and B. B. Haberer, of
nit seventn street northwest.
"There cannot be found one man In
Washington, lawmaker, official, or pri
vate citizen, who has an argument
against repaving this street." said the
latter last night.
A petition urging the House Commit
tee on the District to arrange for the
Immediate resurfacing of Seventh street
was signed by every merchant and resi
dent of that thoroughfare as veil as by
numerous other business and orofes-
sionsl men of Washington. It was for
v.arded to the House committee jester-
day and reads as follows:
Has Many Hlgaera.
"We. the undersigned residents on
Seventh street northwest between Is'ew
York avenue and Florida avenue, and
merchants and property owners thereon.
do strongly urge the Immediate resur
facing of Seventh street northwest be
tween these points, owing to the present
long neglected and dilapidated condition
of eaid street, endangering life and
health, and unjustly Impairing the prop
erty values and business conditions on
this, one of the oldest of Washington's
The petition was signed by the follow
John T. D. rjlea. Charles R. Schott (per B. .
G ). a W. Goodnek. W. J. MUlra, J. laalm
Matthew F. Rapptrt. A. T Bronauih. B. R.
Batterer. The NewDort Store. A. I. Stein. I.
Shapiro, R. Solcsnon. M. Retehrut, Karl Xsader,
L. W. Maddux. Jr. J. H. Joschanf. R. Flastrhut,
M. H. Richardson Ox. Ernest Seaad. Gears
Lee, H. W. retire. W. Tarwillifer. C. T. Mlahss.
H. WalrtT. O. Btllin. C L. Uarriaoa. Mrs.
Refcrakel. W. A. Moaner. T. V 6impoD. J. Sickle,
M. L. Elliott. E. Darid. M. Dliaoa, X. rriedmaa.
G. 1. Martin, Mrs. Terser, fieri Llcataui, t.
Waldon Beatj . Beatr, Helblz Bros.. Rothes
Broa,, M. Morris. It. Tox, P. II. Cohen. H. Frted
llnr. H W. SelU-nnen. R. BlaaMnthaL M. a
Klnteln, Hinr Diet. Harrj Knilasd. Hearr J.
Barter, William Kaplan. Thoaui H. Unaworui.
A. Glansnan, F. A. Dodxa. leala J. Brora,
Brown t. Co., F. Eomeu. Wlllm Lepmld. E. L.
BeU. W. P. Vapper, Henry 8. Adler i Soeu,
Ernest G. Plumper., teeretarr O Street ifirkrt
toarxuu: Sam C Robinson, It. L Pimea. 8aa Lit-
u-siob ipn B. I-.). Harry Abnmaon. Jacob Iu
nhcrz. Adolnh Saubtr, Mama Hlrth. Jamea N.
bparxa, W. T. Kerfoot, jr. Max Cohea 4c Co..
Simon Goldberg. Robert Berbrrich'a Sons. JL R.
Bauer, C. E. LactUr. D. F. Eiaemu, Nathaniel
H. Berman. Elitabeth Bums. J. O. Akers. L. Edia.
witx. M. Berman, M. Feldmaa, Chirlea F. Putt.
Wolf Sohloeberz. William Brown, Philip Lotetch,
juara oiiraw, Mnua umn, joaepQ Jlelper,
Labender, Harry Hntt, A. Slaaelman, M. Stotoft.
Christlsnl Pbarmaey. Max a. Roarntha. Dirid
Berzazm, tvunam l. u uooneu. R. u. Brows,
Semtti Street Saltan Bank. F. W. Basse. I.
Tarshea. B. Garflnklc. Samuel tUIbrr. lira. D. Bero-
suts. narrr Svanrman. isaoors nauaaa. M. Bin.
J. W. Koman. Somerset R. Waters, WUlaat
Coondia. Jt Frank Rnppert, H. F. Onakhont.
Georta Vt. Irrj & Bra., Patrick IteCirthr. Chlcasa
Ftrmltrm Company. J- Ferman, E. K. Wheelar.
Albrrt U Johnion, ConatanOse Bourne. Frank
Oeiert Sons. Itlehclas Botrra, X. Oarflnkle, M.
Each. Cart C. Brana, 8. Sherman. W. 8. Hemdon.
Kathea TXaaar. Joarph Ottenbar. It. Cobaui h n
Jones, ia v. B.csny icanpaay. siarcoa Karma
PLAN TO REOPEN CASE
OF NEW HAVEN HALTED
Senator Newlands Reads Letter from
Judge Prouty Saying Little
Would Be Accomplished.
NORMS RESOLUTION GOES OVER
A letter read In the Senate estcrday
by Senator Xewlands. chairman of the
Committee on Interstste Commerce, that
had been written by Judge Prouty, of
the Interstate Commerce Commission,
practically called a halt on the proposed
reopening of the Investigation of the af
fairs of the New York, New Haen andlamong those specifically exempted, they
Hartford Railroad by the commission, jwere apparently subject to the tax and
After the Senate had considered a res
olution Introduced by Senator Norris, of
Nebraska, a few da) a ago, directing the
commission to reopen the Investigation
That the income tax taw Is an almost
Inexhaustible mine of surprises was dem
onstrated afresh yesterday when It was
discovered thst clubs such as the Com
mercial. Metropolitan, University, Cos
mos. Press, and Army and Navy were
subject to the tax. provided they are in
corporated. It la suoDOsed that Congress
did not Intend that such organizations
should come within the law, but failed to
exempt them through an oversight, and
the result is that they are taxable, ac
cording to an official determination by
Internal Revenue Commissioner W. H.
A lawyer who Is a member of several
clubs noticed that the income tax law,
in re-enacting, with soma modifications,
the older corporation excise tax law, had
been differently phrased and that there
seemed to be no specific provision as to
clubs of this sort.
Formerly Were Exempt.
In the former law returns were re
quired of all corporations except those
"not organized for profit." which ex
empted social clubs. In the Income tax
law the phrase "not organized for profit'
was dropped out, and In lta stead was a
clause stating specifically the kind of
organizations thst were exempt from the
These included labor, agricultural, or
horticultural organizations; mutual sav
ings banks, fraternal beneficiary socle
ties, orders or associations operating un
der the lodge system, domestic building
and loan associations, cemetery com
panies operated for the mutual benefit of
their members, religious, charitable,
scientific, or educational societies; busi
ness leagues, chambers of 'commerce,
boards of trade, and "civic leagues for
the promotion of social welfare."
The only language even remotely sug
gesting a social club was that concern
ing "social welfare," and the view taken
by the lawyer was that this must mean
"uplift" societies for the social welfare
of others. He knew that under the older
law clubs had been exempt and none of
those he belonged to had contempated
for a moment the necessity of making
returns of its Income and operating ex
pense this ear.
Maay Have- No Proats.
Many clubs have no "profits" or net
Income at the end of the year and it Is
not uncommon for them to be run at
loss, but the Income tax law, as affecting
corporations. Is different from that
affecting Individuals, in that It re
quires a return from every corporation.
without any S3.0CO exemption and even If
It has a net loss for the year. Under the
old law corporations were exempt from
taxation on ti.000 of their profits, but
nevertheless all had to file returns Un
der the Income tax law there is no ex
emption for corporations and, of course,
no exemption from making returns.
The lawver in order to clear up all
doubts, wrote to the Internal Revenue
Commissioner and yesterda) he received
reply, saving that, as clubs were not
tctk $e Camp ctnn
would be required to file returns of their
net Income and pay any tax shown to
All returns under the law must be filed
on or before March 1, so that the officers
and bookkeepers of social clubs, thus sud
denly awakeneJ to a rqulrement the
never dreamed of, will have occasion to
get to work at once on the compilations
of their receipts and expenditure-
TWO ABE HURT IS FIRE.
with a view of fixing Individual respon
sibility. Chairman Newlands came for
ward with the letter from Judge Prouty.
In the letter Judge Prouty stated he
did not believe anything could be acco-n-plished
by reopening the Investigation.
He declared that the commission already
had exhausted its jurisdiction.
Senator Newlands concurred In the
view expressed by Judge Prouty. The
Prouty letter threw a damper over the
proceedings. At 1 o'clock the resolution
wss laid aside, and It will be taken up
again today or Monday for further con
sideration. During the debate over the resolution.
Senator Borah said:
"If the facts nhosn In Judge Prouty's
report and In the press are true then
four or five men. If not more, should be
in the penitentiary. The 'spectacle of
these men In the penitentiary In stripes
would have a more wholesome effect
than all the laws that we could pass."
Senator Borah was appealing to Sena
tor Norris and the advocates of the reso
lution to stay their hand for the time
lest they embarrass the administration In
the work of bringing criminal prosecutions.
Senator Ixdge asked Mr. Norris If it
were not true that there was more in
formation in the possession of the com
mission than had been made public and
of a more damaging character. He said
It was possible the commission may have
had a reason for pausing in its Investi
gation at the point it did lest it rive
away Its hand.
Senator Cummins said there was no
TTmAmrl lav. mm ft, a ta tnt KaaW l,(f .
which the. looters- could be ounlshed. ! bl to regulate the pavment of postal
'Sale of Men's Suits
?Jw up . $16.75
Plain and Fancy patterns English and Con-
servative models in practically all sizes. Before
inventory such selling could not be. After inventory
it must be.
Sale of Men's Overcoats
fotoo up . $14.75
Chinchillas and the rough-finished v. eaves; with
shawl or notch collar; plain or belted back; patch
or regular pockets. The exact styles that are in de
mand, and a reduction that makes clearance quick
Sale of Separate Trousers
AH the Men's Fancy Winter-weight Trousers
conventional styles; novelty mixtures in our fault
less fitting, models. '
HIGHLAND PINES INN
SOUTHERN PINES. N, C
A "Wres rsvr Kaaaga faatlL
.? stair Madera Raaext Betel.
inrwiArriiaB. now opaST
Meal CUssatte Caaalttetsa.
1-vUaatt Stead. Goad Haatlag.
nrSRB U-HOI.a COLS COtmax.
AH aatdaer averts, every assdsta
tana-a-vesaeat, private hatha, areaes
trav e. Throeca Pallsaaua aerriee
S .!5J -Mr " Writ xer
Beeklet ul Rates.
A. C CREAMER. M. H. TTTOrXR,
$2.40 Grade, $1.95
$3.40 Grade, $2.45
$5.00 Grade, $3.95
$6.00 Grade, $4.45
$7.50 Grade, $5.45
$9.00 Grade, $6.45
Sale of Men's Shirts
Mostly our own make of Shirts including
French Flannel, with separate collars; Woven Mad
ras and Mercerized Madras, with soft cuffs; Per
cales and Woven Madras, with laundered cuffs.
Our special --election of pattern?, and in all sizes,
14 to 18.
The New Spring Hats
You're going to like the new season's Block bet
ter than in many a day back. E cry one of than has
character and smartness that is cry effective, and
a distincticness withal that's exceedingly becoming.
Blue, Green, Brown, Pearl, Gray, and, of course,
Black in our standard $2 quality.
ATLANTIC CITY, W. J.
Vlnrlala Aveaoe, JTear Beaca.
9?ss . It. afler utecaiM alterations aad m
tain. laelodlBs runnier: hot aad eoM nur ttwriri
room, auam heat aad .lertnc limu. eZ abckoS
ana readtor ronra Ronro en anita with rlrail
bath. MO.s'roE HCTCJtl.NS. Proa
REHOBOTH BEACH, DEL.
REHOBOTH BEACH. DBLAWARB. J
est occean mort to W.Jitnjne.
Oren AIJj war Write fnr 1!M. )
Clara Vall aad .1. I.. Sillier
n uracil riahtlns: Flame.
While attempUng to extinguish a tire
at 151T Kllborne street northwest last
night. Mrs. Clara. Vall. and J U Miller,
rrere burned on the face and hands.
Fire waa discovered shortly after S
o'clock In a front room on the second
floor. Mrs. Vall and Miller, a roomer,
kept the blaze fairly under control until
Engine Company No 11 arrived. The
damage to the building amounted to VJO.
Mrs. Vall was burned about the eyes and
on the side of the head and face, while
Miller was burned on the hands. Their
Injuries are not serious. The origin of
the blaze Is not known to the firemen.
MERCURY WILL DROP
TO ZERO IN FEW HOURS
P.O. MONEY ORDER BILL
On Signature, Postmaster General
Names Committee to Prepare
Rules for New System.
President "Wilson jesterday signed the
Then he read Congress a lecture for Its
negligence In refusing to pass leglala
tlon bringing railroads under Federal
supervision as to their stock Issues.
"JOBLESS BAY" IS HAHHEB.
Uaemplnyrd to Held Desnoastratlons
All Oyer Called States.
Chicago. Feb . Celebrations pattern
ed after Labor Day observances, were
advocated today by Axel Qustafson for
Idle men of the United States. He sug
gests that April I be set aside as a par
ticularly appropriate day .on which all
unemployed in the United States should
"Jobless day should be observed In
every city In the country," said Guatar
son, "and representaUves should be
chosen In every State to go to Washing
ton and ask Congress to provide relief
for the men who can't find Jobs."
Lottie geswtttisg. aUcaatl CBa&lsn. Baa) Khrft
U. DeUner. M. Cobra. A. X. Baltaell. j3a Ken
dSj. Oecrr Caspar. Caarlea A. Scblara, Klcholaa
Weatera. Ant Daea-tnt. Capitol KtWntCamimj,
if. PWlUp. Wmiam Cannon. Darid GoMmlth
Mid at Theater. M. Abnunotjita. J. O. Lereh. M.
OhnorsT. Max Awraea. J. W. Xealise. Charles 8.
Same, jr., John B. Bnth. Charles J, Btdtn, Jobs
A. Users, Edtria Nance, ArUntr T. Talks, F. M.
Crii-reO. M. Botsbaarleln. W. W, Oraat. Frauds
B. Hmraid. Teter it. Dorado. Joha C. alaop. var-..
End Storaie Conrpa&r. PhUlp R. VTIhoo. Anxmt
A. Brcehl. A. W. Portio, Bodies O. Haslce, Jaatee
atomy, ana B. A. wstter St Co.
Oalr One "BBOMO atnmTrteo
OBOVK. Ttats a Cold ia Oas Da Be, K w I
New York. Feb. 6. The vanguard of
New York's 300,000 unemployed men called
on Mayor Mltcbel this afternoon and
pleaded for Jobs. They were turned down.
,"I am sorry that I cannot give work to
yeu men," Mltchel said "If some one
can suggest to roe a way tn which work
can be created for the unemployed in this
city, I shall be clad to give It my immedi
ate and full consideration."
It was suggested by Dr. Halllmond
that tao.O00.OO0 be taken at once from the
city treasury and used In 'public works,
such work creaUtur Jobs for many thou
sands. Mr. Mltchel, however, said that
such a plan, cannot be carried out.
tVagon and Automobile Collide.
A horse cab, driven by Edward Veach.
rear 1010 Fifteenth street northwest. nd
an automobile driven by James Richard
son, of Golden and Company, collided at
New Hampshire avenue and R street
northwest yesterday afternoon, the horse
recelvltur a deen cut In the breaat Ttnth
men escaped uninjured. The cab was I or Bed, Weak, Watery Xyi
going north on the avenue and the m. SRlNUtiTin arv-rtLlri
tomoblle west on R street at tie tlmefc elsffawtpwea-ltBiii laaj.we'alt'ala
Postmaster General Burleson Immedi
ately appointed a committee to prepare
rules and regulations as provided for In
the bill. The bill provides for the Issu
ance of postal money orders pavable at
any money order office, even though
drawn on a specified office.
The Installation of the new sstem will
perhaps require several months, and will
not become effective until the rules and
regulations for Its operation are promut
gated "by the Postmaster General.
In the last fiscal vear nearly 91.000,000
domestic money orders were Issued,
amounting to almost JO.000.COO. The net
Income of the Postomco Department on
account of money orders Issued was over
15,000,000. On June 50, 1313 there were more
than 65,000 order offices In the United
The committee appointed by the Post
master General Is as follows: A. M.
Dockery, Third Assistant Postmaster
General: C A. Kram, auditor for the
Postofflce Department: C. E. Matthews,
superintendent, division money orders: C
H. Fullaway, assistant director, dlvusion
of postal savings; L. M. Bartlett. expert
accountant, auditor for the Postofflce Be-pertinent.
Cold Wave on Its Way Here Will
Spread Over All Atlantic
Washington folk who saw esterda's
early snowfall turn to rain needn't pre
sume that the quick change forecasted
another warm spell and that the coop-
ful remaining from the last ton ot coat
dumped Into the cellar may suffice for
the rest of the winter. Not so. For If
the Weather Bureau's warning Is worth
anv thine neoDle hereabouts ought to
make hasty preparations today for zero
The cold wave will overspread the Bast
Gulf States. Middle Mississippi Valley
and Ixwer Ohio Valley In the next
twenty-four hours. It was announced jes
terday afternoon, and will bind In its Icy
grip the Atlantic coast States from
Maine to Florida bv tomorrow morning.
"The severest weather of the jear now
Is prevailing In the Upper Missouri Val
ley and the Plains States." says the
statement, "as far South as Oklahoma
and the Texas Panhandle. The temper
ature at Ilarve. Mont.. Friday morning
was 4: degrees below zero, and zero tern-
ANTIS WOULD RESTRICT
Complaints Made of Luncheon Held
at Y. W. C A. and of Consumers
Strongly objecting to suffrage propa
ganda being carried on In or by or
ganizations organized on nonpolltlcal
or nonpartisan lines and depending on
tho general public for their support,
the District Association Opposed to
Woman Suffrage, at its monthly meet
ing lat Thursday, adopted a resolution
"strongly protesting against the in
troduction Into any nonpartisan or
ganization of active political propa
The resolution was offered by Mli
Htrrold, and was unanimously adopted,
with Mrs. Augustus P. Gardner, presi
dent of the association. In the chair.
Complaints had been made by mem
bers that the woman suffrage dele
gates who visited this city last Mon
day were entertained at luncheon at
the clubrooms ot "the Young Women's
Christian Association, where they made
Another complaint was to the effect
C. H. Si JIB aad JAMES FHAJfCI
1.V THE SCPRME COURT OP THE DISTKIC!
t Colombia, boldinr a tXstrict Oocrt. Ia re
Um opesiaa; of a minor street thrrrash square STaa.
from V street to W street, ia ntenaloo of Stan
non plae. tn th District of Colombia. Distrt-S
Court. Its loei-.NcUo, ia hereto- dea that ttd
Commbatoners of tb. District of Colombia. poH
sosat to ths prorlsntta ot sKtlon ISM to soetlcrf
UOS 1 lnclosit.. of th. coda of law for ti. Diai
trict of Columbia. hT sled a petition ta tlud
court praline tb. eoodemnsuon ot tie " nocra
sair for th. opemar of a minor street tirouzSJ
sqnan Sa. from V street Is w tf i. m1
sion of Shannon pise, in the District of CohsaMa?
aa shown en a pla or mip Sled with th. said
petition, as part thereof, sod XTsrlac also thst a
iurj of flee Judlnous disinterested man, nst nlafed.
to anr person iBterrsted In the. proOMdiacs andi
not In th. aerric or emplorment of th. District!
of Colombia or of the United States, be run.
mooed br the United States marshal for tie Dim
trict of Qrfumbls to saiess the damafra esch owbsS
of land tn bo taim rnsj sustain br reason of tAJ
cpminr of th. sard minor street snd th. condemna
tion cf the land EreeturT for the purponrs thsrcoC.
and to asft-ss as benefits rrsuiuns therefrom the
entire amount of said dsmsres. ududins th. tt
proses of these rroreedicss. upon esch lot or pari
of lot. or parrel a land in the squsr. or bleett
In Men said alley or mirxr street is to b opened,1
aitended. widened or strslshtcned. and jroo ear
lot, part of lot. or parrel ot puuud in st-m.t
or blocka eonirontms; ths sqoar in. - s t
alley or minor street ia to be opened. - rv J
for in and br the aforesaid cod. - 3
is by the court this ?lh day of Jan i , V O
Itll. ordered thst ell rerfons hatirtr ui-l.
In these peoeeedian be. and they are he varnM
and eommarfded to appear in thu enct T 1mm
for. th. irm DAT 01" FEBRCARY. a O T.I,
at 10 o'clock a. nu. and centinu. in i'u
until th. court sLsll hsse mad. Its - nl
rstifriBS and confirazins tbs award ot t JZM ax4
the aaiessment of bm.Bts of tho lu u
psneled snd sworn herein; snd it ia fort
thst a copy of this notice and order t
000 in the War-hinctcn Lsw Reporter
a week for two suceeMire wteks in the
Ereainr Star. th. Washinrton Times
Wsahinxton Herald, newsrapers pubus1
ai.4 TW..-. T .L- IJ ...1. J .
A D. ML It is further ordered, that a - -i
neties and order be isrTsd by the United in e
shal. or hia deputies, upon each of the o rf
fes of the land to be e-edeoned her as
be found ry th. sard manhal or I - k
within th. District of Cclumtia berera t 1
dsr of February. A D ITl By e t
VVRIOnT. Justice A true copy-Test
R V.OI.M7 aerk. By F. E. CC.N !
Assistant Clerk -.
peratures or lower prevail as far South that a meeting held recently at the
as Kansas. Moreover, these unusually
low readings have been attended by
snow, high winds and gales.
CHILD CHAINED TO BED POST.
Constable Kinds Children Brutally
Beaten b Drunken Father.
Passaic. N. J.. Feb. 6. Attracted by
cries of "Help, Murder," uttered by a
little clrl. Constable Louts Walllsch
burst Into a house In Second street to
day to find Ernest Kurzon beating his
daughter, Frances, eleven jcars 01a.
Held to a bed post by a heavy Iron chain
was a son of Kurxon, nine jcars old. The
boy was black and blue from beatings.
Seven other children, ranging from three
to fourteen years of age. were in closets
and under beds, all In terror of their
Kurzon. erased by liquor, did not leave
off beating the little girl until the con
stable pounced upon him and then he
put up a fight. Ha was getting the bet
ter of the constable when Detective
Sergt. Crawbuck arrived. Armed with
a poker, he stood at bay until one of
them clinched with him and the other
used a "pocket stick" to subdue him.
Columbia Theater, under the auspices
of the Consumers League, was also
turned Into a suffrage meeting. Both
of these organizations are supposed to
bo of a nonpartisan character.
NORFOLK AH WASHINGTON
XORTHIaAIVD AXD SOUTHLAND
Dallv :43 p. m. for OLD POINT. NOR
FOLK, and .Ul points SOUTH. City
Tick: Office. 731 15th St. K. W.
C. H. SYMK, aad JAMeTS I
8 MIT He AttoraeTa.
IV THB SUPREME COLItT OP THE
of Cotumtna. boUlnx a District. Ctva
Th cprairc of Kine pUce northut,
fori SoMimion ta Bry-rnier tUtr.
met oi jolumMi UtUrtct Court, "I- -4
is hmbr edien thit the Cessziusucoers s i-
trwt of f olumtvav, poriris-in( f the r
iMctlon 160t to Stttion 1 I. htcInaltY, rf
y U for lh Dutrx-i ot CalnmHa.
rrtition in thi rourt crarinz th
tion of tbe Uo4 BKTssarr ftir th opn
plv9 ncrthcirt, from Wrstford but
IlnBinr Tirf in th Dts4nct rf C
t.hoa on -. pJt tr tup ftlVd ith tt
tioo. is tatrt thnrof and rrjint. s
jury of Cr itjdiooiui. dtstalfrrsti-l m
latrd t air rrwm intrfel in th
lnx and B in th rtie finr-torn
IhOict of Ooiiirabii or cf th LnltM
urnra'Vfi-d bj the Ualterd SUlc min i
rKtnrt of tolnmht; to atavc tb d
owner of IM to or takrn msr ustil
of the oiarnms of ukl Kan platr r
dmosticn of the UM ceiMrf for t t
thrreoP sod tr mr as benfts rrsuitiax titer--
from the entire amocnt of nid r!amj7fs. ioeaVv
inx tlie eipen of thi-? rvrrviincs. cr-an eaCt.
lot vr rrt of lut. or fairer! of laod In the awrosrtj
or blork in -which Mid slVy or trirK-r tsttttt 4
t l-e rprocd. rtteQdrd wnJeni?d or straJchteordJ
and upon ca.h lot. part of it or pairel of CTourniH
In th? av,uarei or h.Iorl.t nmfrnntiiuc the KJiri1
tn whieli Mid alley or minor ytrrrt i to h- oi-r-wd.l
aa profided for In and t the aforesaid co! of
law. It is, br the c-Mirt thi -th day of
Jatmil-r A T 111 ntTfrf fhat all IfVsaf-a- '
harm; anr Intrrert in theie- rmcjediej K. aai
they are herebT. warned ard rmamanded t- ar
Iar in thu court on or befrre ire tTU IT OP
FEBRC-XRV T Ml at 10 orlork a m.. an-t
continue in aittrndance until the rtnirt shall hire
made its final order rattf:ii; and coaflnalcx the
award of darssrra and the aMsment of heoefltaj
of the jury to be empaneled and sworn herein, and.
It Is farther ordered that a copy of thi nHie
and order be rmMirhoJ oeoc in the Wajhirrtooj
Law IlepoTter snd tioe a week for tw surreasita
weeks in tb Washlictuei Ftecins Star, tho Wash
inston Tott. and Th ahinTton Iferaid new
papen puMishrd in the m! I District, before the
said 17th day of FVu.-rT A I 191L It is
further ordrretl that a oory of this notice aad
order be -ened by tho I mted Statcm marshal, ot
hi decutie uron each rf the owirers of the 1m
of the land to 1-e rondrn-ned herein as may t-
foand bj the taid n.arJ.aI or hi deputies, within
the District cf oUmbia before the said 17th dan
of Feoniary K V 1911 Hy the emirt WKIGHTj
Justice V truf copt Tost (Seal , J n TOCN.;J
Clerk. By F a CUNNINGHAM, Assistant CletkJ
Can front Uth SL aad New Tort J.ra. and IU SL
etary 12 mlxmtaa, eoantct with Ecsislcxtaa Um at
Gxery Chasa Xeua.
riaated Boose In Cardea.
Annlston. Ala.. Feb. (.Another laurel
was added to the crown ot Annlston
police officers when they captured Bill
Harris and unearthed the lair wherein he
stored his blind t!er liquor. It was
found planted In the garden behind the
house in. about flftjr different places.
Heretofore the offlcers have uncovered
the contraband goods in baby carriages.
beds, under beds, beneath dor Kennels.
up chimneys; between walls, etc but this
is the first time they have found a man
Ingenious enough to plant the stuff.
CAPITAL ........ ..ROm.OW
XiJlNED BDHPLC3.. 1.00O.0ro
This Is a Bank for
We arc big-, but not too big
to appreciate the small ac
count Whether you deposit ten
dollars or ten thousand, you
will realize that you are pat
ronizing the RIGHT bank.
asTSAME RATfl of Interest paid
on both large and small accounts.
' and Trust Company,
Corner 15th and N. Y. Ave.
LOMON PARIS HAMI1RG
tKjLAnx.V. FWxli am. I lAraerika .. Feb.
rrea, Grant .....Frb. 11 IrrenMTrrarua.. Feh. 3
Itt--IIW3a e taV -seTkTI-r IMvaaWZailla
Secood eabta only. Uaatars; direct.
FIOM I0ST0N TO RS5Sl
Fnerst Biaat'ek-Keb. 37 1 nkaetla Mar.lS
Hatfeira, Gibraltar, aJrJtrt, liplit, 6iih
. S. Hamburg Feh. IT, 3 P.M.
8. S. Claclaaatl... If arch 0. 3 P.M.
S. a. Hamburg April 4,3P.M.
8. S. Mollke April 11,3 P.M.
HAatBURO-AMEBlCAN LI.M2. O BKOADWAT.
N. I, or . F. Droop Sou Ota. UtA tOb
tnr.; Geo. W. Moss. Sir 1K& st. Wsahiastoa. D. li
1 NOTES. ViKtlcnfrr
ON H:II)VT FKItRl K r 1JII AT 11 A
w. will jwH st labile aurUon u rtwrr stiwarvj
thsrrr. A". sll cnotls sml rhsttU stoird with us
in th. following nuifi ilonl Bookrr. Mi J.l
1'ajnr. Mrs. rYiKlrstrr rli Qiunn. Estrlo Morwaf
Arthur Lrr. CUrtnte Smith. Thomss I.ooiTr. sr,
LniU Krsun-. Clarars Hsrrrr. sod VV. E. 8rock.
I'NIOV STOR-VUE INO TRVNSFElt COMPVNY,'
FJ) CWi st. nw.
A real quality product.
Guaranteed strictly pure.
ETAt jour trowr'a N consumers suppU-4
B. B. EARNSHAW C BRO..
NVbolesalera, Uth aad M Sts. 8. K.
WORCH Suddenly, on Thursday. Febru-.
ary a. isi. at u p. m. at her resi.i
dence. 191 ' Pennsylv anla avenue north.)
west, MRS. ALFRED WORCH.
Funeral from the residence Saturdari
at 30 p. m
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
io rxrvevTU st. ne. una rm.
srNOR H. CBANADOS. A. a. Cnirtnitr of
8et!e. 8pain. has nopratd cooitts ia 8paalsa.
fcr. Cutliisn tsotbt bj apcrond suthod el ts
stroction. Ptirst. or cnersl dams: alas lcssaal
at rtaidcaets. Call or wdu far ftrrtasr '-1ir.
aa careoraa anudat.
OE0EGE P. ZUEH0RST,
W rAST CAPITOL 8T.
EsUbliahsd 1X7. CHA8. 8. ZDEHORST. afar.
Of XteiT Isaaiptloo-eiodratal7 Prlesd.
Featral DeUxns. Fonersl Dtslraa.
Vaccination is an essential nualincatloaaf
V MtV OTMaVBk. 4 .
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