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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 7, 1012.
; v Congressman Conry of New
rork, and Others to As
sist at Exercises.
' '0rMnnan Conry, of New York, and
. MNMjIbly one or two .other Congressional
atwibers of th Ancient Order of Hlbor-
Muft, will attend and assist In the joint
, laatUatlo'n, this afternoon, "of the newly
' .'tooted offlocrs of the seven divisions
,Of ,' he A. O. JH. In the District Mr.
f (Conry Is scheduled to make a brief ad-
mmo District board of directors, headed
. Jby President P, T. Carr,1 will conduct
the ('Installation of the presidents, sec
'j retarles, and other officers of the seven
''1.''TB Installation will beain at 3 t. m.:
' lit j
M'in Kagles' Hall. The officers to be In-
itSstalied are the following:'
Dljrlslon No.' 1 Patrick T. Moran, pres
,tdent; James Lcnnon, vice president;
Thoinas F. Cook, recording secretary:
' James P. Greeley, financial secretary;
(auaonuiB r.jvouacr, treasurer, mm jrui-
.S'Krick1 T. NUand, chairman of standing
MJMyslon No. 2 James D. Flynn, presl-
ni, Miciiaei m. uvyie, vice yrcsiucm,
yfctVTi Mark H. Tolan, financial secre
,ni tary; Cornelius J. Carmody, treasurer;
V Michael -ilclnerny, chairman of stand-
r !,. "..- .. lll.l.n.1 Tm ..- ..
WS UUUlUUVlCOi JVllttCl iVCClltUIf DCf-
l'flutA lCAwin-vr. ftalllnii. medical exam-
Division No. 3 Edward J. Cogan,
ws president. Richard A. Curtln. vice presl-
ent; James J. Breen, recording secre-
v; lary; Thomas Mcuratn, nnanciai secre
tary: rauiCK J&enneay, treasurer; nqv.
Ignatius Fealy. chaplain; John P. Leo,
cnairman oi standing cominmee; orytw
' Connors, sergeant-at-arms; James A.
MoCleary, sentinel, and John P. Dunnl
,' gan. medical examiner.
Division No. 4-FTancls P. Shcehy,
President; ' James A. Kehoe, vice presl
,. &ent; George Callaghan. recording scc-
j, rotary; jonn U wa vbou, lumutim dcuc-
l" peary Hughes, chairman of standing
fcoxnpiltee; Edward o JNein, sergeani-ai-
I? Li-ii anA ..Tnhn T TCilrUa. snntlnel.
Division No-'S-James A. Myers, presi
dent; John Bheehy. vice president; Jo
seph Bradley, recording secretary; John
McMahon. financial secretary; Michael
'JKatianey, treasurer; Matthew Malloy,
chalrma-of standing committee; WIN
,'f llaxa O'Connor, sergeant-at-arms, and
(Division No. &-J. Frank O'Meara,
I;' wrwddent: Dr. Charles I. Griffith, vice
president; Thomas A. Cullon, recording
eemtanr: Raymond O'Meara. financial
rj aecretary; wUllam J. Frlzzell, treaa-
nrer; JraincsL J. u,re, ciiurnuui ui.
st-mdlng eodmlttee; John, Qulnn, ser-
j "! st irnsj nun ii ' i nanioy, bcjiu-
No. 7 Frank J. Rafterry,
moviuwiti JfcU, XJi. .&.., v.wu f..o.-
Bent: Michael E. Buckley, recording
secretary; Daniel M. Stanton, financial
y, Secretary; James Hackett, treasurer;
I? 4 James sunce, cnairman or sianaing
- committee; F. t. Mcuermott. sergeant
.. tt-rms, and Francis Donovan, sentinel.
t i- '
i Lecturers to Tell of
t Civic Work by Women
,'it 'Some of the facts connected with the
. . social work, which has been done quiet
ly im 'Washington for the last three
" years by the women's welfare depart-jme-t
of the National Civic Federation
' will: bo made public in connection "with
tho series of six lectures which have t
eea arranged to be given at tho home
f Mrs. A. J. Parsons, 1701 Eighteenth
' street northwest
te first lecture will bo given Wednes
ayv at 11 o'clock by Dr. A. A. Pratt,
Of the New York School of Philan
thropy. He will explain what the term
t "welfare work" means, as understood
by.the National Civic Fedoratlon. Sec-
Pitmry of the Treasury Franklin Mac
eagh will Introduce the speaker.
I Te work of the women's welfare de
partment is directed from New York
e-quarters, and It has been the prac-'4-
Use? of "the federation to carry on its
w""!" no lime puDUClty as
possible, It being stated that publicity i
1 might prejudice its efforts.
Tho series of lectures, under the dl
CV management of New York head
guarters, will be given as nearly as can
11. arranged Wednesday morning every
Iher week during tho next three
SM 1 M., y
From the "Washington Herald,
FOR GIRL'S DEATH
Faulty Fixtures, Not Gas,
Following a three-hour conference
yesterday afternoon, the Commissioners
decided that the death of Miss Margaret
Shawhan, of 1310 Massachusetts avenue
northwest, who accidentally Inhaled
carbon monoxide gas, was caused by a
defective heater of the class prohibited
by law, rather than by tho quality of
gas rurnisnea to the house.
Tho Commissioners determined to
xorce uie plumbing regulations requir-
bm oiuves 10 do provided with ri
ijue pipe ana cowl for the purpose of
carrying away noxious gases emanating 1
from the heater.
'Thev District officials decided not to
urge the enactment of the Smith bill,
limiting the amount of carbon monox
ide in 'illuminating gas to 10 per cent.
This bill was Introduced In Congress
three years ago upon the recommenda
tion of the Commissioners. Commis
sioner Rudolph announced yesterday,
however, that the matter would be con
sldered. It developed , at the conference that
the heater which caused the death of
Miss Shawhan was of the type prohib
ited by law. The Washington Gaslight
Company announced yesterday that it
will soon begin an inspection of tho
lights and appliances in every home In
the Dlstrtot, for the purpose of locating
tov possioie aeiecuve neaiers
Honored By Masons
IBlHHlHr'i0k" '-' $SHi
CARTER B. KEENE,
Chief of Washington Division of Post-
office Inspectors, to Bead Wor
Choose New Officers
Carter B. Kcene, chief of the Wash
ington division of postofflce Inspectors,
today began his flft'terav as president
of the Association of .Worshipful Mas
ters, a Masonio organization composed
of officers of the grand lodge and mas
ters andsenior wardens of 'the twerity
nlno Independent Masonio lodges of tho
District. TUft Keeno Is now master of
Templo Lodge, F. A. A. M.
Tho election took place last night at
tho Now Masonio Temple. Thomas W.
Bramhall, master of Dawson Lodge,
was elected vice president and Wallace
Streater, master of Washington Cen
tennial Lodge, treasurer. Charles Qal-
ljouge, were elected membera nf thn
Christian Church in
No more fitting-tribute than the read
ing of reports showing the' Improvement
of tho church could possibly have been
extended to the Rev. George' A. Miller,
pastor of the Ninth Street Christian
Church, who celebrated the fifth anni
versary of his pastorate this morning.
Approprlato exercises were held, in
cluding a report showing that 608 new
members have, joined the church. The
Bible class ' Is- shown to have doubled
la, membership, during the last, iflve
Greater gain is shown in the flour
ishing condition of the pastorate by
the fact that the building debt of tho
church has been reduced from J1B.000
to W.600. There Is no shortage In the
running expenses and the church has
raised between $45,000 and $50,000 for dif
ferent purposes during the years of Mr.
1912 HUDSON "33"
Built in four models Totuing Car, Torpedo, Fore
Door Roadster, and Speed Runabout.
Fully Equipped (No Extras)
The only 1912 new Hudson Cars that canor will be offered
for sale in this city, backed by factory guarantee and agency
service, will be sold entirely through us.
HUDSON SALES AGENCY
0. M, STORM, Manager.
1012 Fourteenth Street N. W.
Only authorized factory selling agency in this city.
z ---- ym
We Attend to This Part Ourselves!
WE PROTECT YOU!
en - i
our Heaters and Stoves must give all users.
New "Method Stove Co
TO URGE TEACHERS'
Federation Appoints Com
mittee to Co-operate With
Board of Education.
J The proposed teachers' retirement law
! will have new support from the Federa-
tlon of Citizens Associations. D. A. Kd
, wards, Allan 'Davis, and W. H. Rlch-
ardson were appointed at tho Fedora-
tlon's meeting last night -to co-operate
i with the Boardof Education and other
! organizations In urging the passage of
I the measure. '
School matters from another viewpoint
were also before the 'federation. B. F.
Cplladay, president of the Chevy Chase
Citizens' Association, charged that Dis
trict schools are crowded by pupils
from over the border In Maryland and
Virginia, who pay no tuition fees be
cause of the law, covering persons em
Ployed In the District and living beyond
Its borders. He thought the law should
Mr. ,CoUaday and Mr. Edwards will
call upon the Democratic National Com
mittee tomorrow to urge that Baltimore
bo chosen as the scene of the national
convention. They were appointed a com
mittee 'for this purpose.
Tho question of increased water rates
consumed most of the Bession, and re
sulted,''' in the defeat of a resolution
brought . In ' by Mr. Edwards, .who Is
(president -of the Lincoln Park Citizens'
Association, indorsing the course of the
President William MoK. Clayton left
'the chair, to tight the resolution and to
'denounce the, method bf the Commis
sioners In ordering the Increase without
giving any opportunity for public hear
Engineer and Fireman
Hurt in Rail Mishap
RICHMOND Jan. 6. Engineer W. R.
Bishop-and his, colored fireman were In
jured.' and a- number of passengers bad-
lysh&Ken ".up, when the northbound
Beaboard'-A- Une Florida express was
derailed, forty: miles Bouth of Richmond
There is no better treatment for
Rheumatism and Lumbago than a
simple rubbing with Omega Oil, the
famous liniment. Trial bottle ioc.
And Remember We
Make All Plumbing
STRONG POINT FOR THE
FIRST, our Now Method
Water Heatera are perfect,
eliminating all dangers of the
"old fashioned," imperfect
SECOND, our staff of plumb
ing experts see tp it that they
are Installed properly with
due regard to the Importance
of your well being, as well aa
for the BfttlHfantnrv aarvtna Y,n
REMAIN IN HOSPITAL
1 ONE WORE MONTH
Grocer's Injuries Much More
Serious Than Was Thought
at First. '
Morris Bennett, the grocer who was
attacked and beaUn on November 20,
and who accuses James Smith with the
assault, expected to bo able to leave
Coavalty Hovpltal this week, but his de
parture will be delayed nearly a month
' His case is one of the most serious
the hospital has had for a long time,
but ,hls recovery now seems assured
Numerous fractures of his skull aro
healing, but his broken jaw Is causing
some trouble Dr. Charles H. -Beach
has bscn engaged to put In his mouth
a, dental splint, an operation by which
it la hoped to save his teeth, most of
which were 'oosenod by tho heavy blow
on his Jaw
Albert B. Hyatt, proprietor of the
"Whet Your Dollars Com Mm?
Continuing the Biggest Bargain
Clearance Sale in Washington
COATS-AT UNHEARD OF PRICES
Won tea's) Long and
Short Coats, 81.98
Warm A 1 1-W o o 1
Coats, in tan and gar
net; romnants of lines
that sold to $10.00.
For q u lok d- QO
clearance . . . DAt0
$5.08 Short Winter
Kersey Black Coats;
newest style, short,
formerly JQ QQ
$6.08. Now... D-it7t7
10.00 Suits, 94.83
Black, blue, and col.
ors; all wool, desirable
Suits, remnants of
lines that sold up to
$10.00 ; all aatln lined;
918.00 Suits, 97.05
All-wool Cheviot and
H e r r 1 n gbono Scrgo
Suits; this season's
nobbiest short semi
fitted jacket, with
broad, satin - faced
lapels; French pockets
ana rurn -
SKIRTS AND DRESSES-L"l
95 to 97 Skirts. 92.00
Tableful of Finest
Chiffon Panama, Serge,
and Cheviot Skirts, in
over 20 styles to se
lect from, including
richly trimmed, htgh
walsted, or tailor
mado garments. Black
and col- J0 QQ
ors ... .... viVU
910.00 One-Piece Cloth
and Panama Dresses,
in black and colors.
Itemnnnta tot oholce
lines that sold up to
jju.uu. i- o r
Sleep Peacefully and Comfortably Under
These Warm Bed Coverings
llgha col orcd;
ed; pure whlto;
making light in
weight, but un
warm 3 'OV.
75c Comforts, 40c
forts, with, dur
t y coverings.
Throe cases Full Double-Bed-Size, Splendid Quality Bleached
Sheets; free from dressing; hand torn and Ironed, and finished op.
with three-inch hems OuC
Outing Gown Btrgains
and blue striped
cut, well made
and fast Afjn
colors ... "
men In fast
pink and blue
terns; all 4Qn
sizes .... tuf
Men's :iOc Neglige
Pretty Strlpo and
Shirts for men.
ed cuff a; all sizes.
!0o Ulack Nean.llk
Underskrlts of good
wide, full-cut gar
ments, with doep
Pleated ruffle iVK
With Coupon Only.
Winter Underwear Reduced
Fleece - Llu
Lincoln Hotel, who la at Emergency
Hornltal suffering from nearly. 100
imslvb on his body Inflicted with a
razor is fan tho road to recovery, but
some of tho wounds aro healing slowly,
no e-sltiUlng a siuy of two ur threj
Weeks more at tho hospital.
It N thought that Thomas Dreur, tho
flfty-ycar-fcld colored driver tnken to
emergency otter falling from i
Standard Oil wagon In front cf W
Warner s'tifel northwest, will gel well.
Also reported to be recovering Is
.Archibald JT.ewK an aged colored em
ploye of the United States Suprema
Court, whp started to wcrk their when
ho was a slave and has been there ever
ei'ice. Lowis wan taken to Cuvualty
Hospital following a fall In which he
frntured his frontal bono.
A Simple -Herb, Qulrkly Cares This
Dread Dlce, ,to Stay Cored.
Clabetea haa heretofore been considered in
curable and the only hope held out to the
afnicted hM been to prolong their years
by strict dieting-.
A plant recently discovered In Mexico,
called Dlabetol Herb, has been found to be
a apeclnc In the treatment of dlabetea,
quickly reducing the apeclflo gravity and
ugur, reatorlng vigor and building up tho
Thti harmleaa vegetable remedy will relieve
the patient of his worst symptoma, in the
ino patient ot nis WDrsi aymiJiuuia,
most aggravated caaea. within a. wee)
to prove It we, will mail the first Mo pa
for 26c, with free booklet of special
to the dlabetlo. ctfntalnlnr lateat diet Hat
and exclusive table of food value, giving
percentage of atarch and sugar (carbohy
drates) in 260 different food.
Telt your afflicted friends of thta offer
and send ,2So today for full-sized 60a pack
age. Amea Chemical Co., Box IMA. Whitney
Point, N. T.
Street N. W.
S3.RO Children' White,
Dlack, and Colored
Par Coata, 11.85
Coats, for children, 2
to 6 years; double
breasted; nicely lined,
and worth double.
Clearance "-j op
930.00 Sulla, 99.90
Any Suit In the house,
serge, and wlde-walo
garments: all this sea
son's choicest models.
Including the pointed
atln collar style, with
silk frog fas
tenings. '.Sale. n QA
price ,A... D-MTU
Fluent Voile Skirts,
Worth to 910.00, 93.00
All-Wool Voile Skirts.
Handsomest front and
back flying-panel mod
els, richly silk braid
ed. Also neat tailor
made styles. (Q QQ
For this sale. u0tf if
75c White and
91.50 Big Blan
Nap Blankets, m
white and gray.
whlto and gray,
with pretty pink
and blue bor
Sheets . . .
10o Men's and
Hose for wom
en aim" Sox for
all sizes; spe.
Fine Rib Wool
Hose for In
fants, that sold
H eaters, 83c
White and dark
and light gray fancy
Sweaters for wom
en; coat stylo;
pearl button fronts.
Fleece - Lin
Actual 60 o
girls from 2
to II vears.
morning by State Detective McCoy.
ah. will hA hMd n a witness. She and
her husband havo not been living to-
gether, and she maae her home with
TO THE BEPUBUCAN VOTERS OP THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. J
We, the undersigned, constituted an elec
tion board by tho Republican National Com
mittee, to' direct and aupervlso tho election
of delegate and alternates from the District
r.r rvitixnhi. to tha Renubllcan National Con
vention to be held In the city of Chlcaco
on Tuesday, Ji
dred and twelvi
reated In ua by U6 aald Repub-
1lcan National Committee, do hereby adopt
and promulgate tno Knowing reauiauon.
and arrangements for holding and governing
Official Call of the Republican National Com
mittee under date of December 12, Mil.
"Tho election bf delegates 'from tho
District of Columbia shall bo held under
the direction and supervision of an Elec
tion Board composed of Leonard P. Brad
shaw. Esquire, John Lewi' Smith, Es
quire, and Mr." Andrew J. Thomas,, of the
District of Columbia. This Board shall
have authority toflx the date of aald
lection, subject to prior provision here
in, and to arrange ail dotr'ls Incidental
thereto; and shall provide for a 'regis
tration of the votes cast, such registra
tion, to Include the name and residence of
In accordance with the requirements ol
this official call notice la hereby given that
the election of delegates and alternates t
the next Republican National Convention tt.
be held In the City of Chicago on Tuesday,
June eighteenth, nineteen hundred ana
.twelve, will take place on Saturday, the
10th day of February, nineteen hundred and
Every male citizen of the District of Co
lumbia twenty-one years of age or over w 1th
out regard to .paat political affiliation, wlii.
believes tn the principles of thtf Republican
Party and endor e Its policies, and who has
resided In the District of Columbia for one
year next prior to the date of registration
and election herein provided for and has
resided for two months next prior thereto in
his voting precinct, and who does not claim
citizenship elsewhere shall have the right to
The District of Columbia shall be divided
Into twenty-one election precincts correspond
ing with what hav formerly been known aa
tho legislative districts. The voting places
shall be hereafter designated.
Prior to tho election, this election board
shall appoint for each polling placofthree
citizens of known Integrity aa a board of
Judges whose duty It shall be on tho day of
registration and election to determine tbe
qualifications of the voters' aa herein pre
scribed, to receive, count, announce and re
turn the ballots to a Returning Board here
inafter provided for. Bald board of Judges
shall choose one of Its membera as chairman
and another as clerk.
The Election Board shall, prior to the elec
tion, select three citizens, qualified toters aa
hereinbefore prescribed, as a Returning
The polls shall be kept open during such
hours of the day as this. Election Board shall
No person will be eligible to vote who shall
not have registered.
The Election Board will furnish ballots
printed In pain type which shall contain the
following words only:
"For delegates- and alternates to the
Republican National Convention In the
City of Chicago, III., June 18. 1S12. Dele
gates . Alternates ."
Each board of Judges shall ascertain and
determine the .qualifications of any person
offering to register. If the right to register
and vote Is challenged by any person said
board .of Judges shall at once determine
finally such person's right to register and
cast a vote. When any such challenge Is
made no other ote shall bo received Jby the
board until It shall hae determined the
qualification of the person whose right -la
Each board of Judges shall keep a regis
tration record, upon which shall be entered
before the vote Is deposited, the full name of
the voter, his street and the number of hlff
residence. No voter shall 1ms allowed to de
posit his ballot until such registration Is
Ten minutes prior to the closing of the
polls, the chairman of each board of judges
shall announce that the polls will be closed
at the time hereafter to be fixed by this
Board of Election. At the cne of the
polls, each board of Judges shall open tho
boxes and openly count the balloUi cast and
make a return thereof, to be signed by them,
or a majority of them, which returns shall
state tho -fianie of the persons for whom bal
lots were cast, the number received by each,
and shall thereupon make a public declara
tion of the results. The board of Judges or
a majority of them Immediately after mak
ing auch declaration ahall seal up all tho
ballots and over their names shall address
and deliver the same, duly certified, together
with the registration record, to the Return
ing Board within two hours from tho time
of such sealing. In no case shall the board
of Judges' adjourn until Its duties are com
pleted. The Returning Board shall choose one of
Its members as chairman and another as
clerk. At the expiration of two hours from
the close of the polls, said Returning Board
shall convene to receive the returns from
tho several boards of Judgea at such place
an may bo hereafter designated. Said Re
turning Board shall unseal the packages of
ballots and tabulate the returns as made by
the board of Judges. No appeal shall be
allowed by the Returning Board from si de
cision of the board of Judges relative to the
qualification 6f a voter. When.the Return
ing Board shall have completed Its tabula
tion. It ahall openly announce the names of
persons for whom votes have been cast and
the number received by each.
The Returning Board or a majority of
them shall upon the completion of Its duties
file Immediately with the Election Board, a
statement over their signatures showing the
names of the persons for whom votes have
been cast and the number received by each
This Election Board, or a majority of
them, shall give to each of the two candi
dates' for delegates and to each of the two
candidates for alternates on tho ballot re
ceiving the greatest number of votes a cer
tificate of election as delegates and alter
nates, respectively, to tho Republican Na
To secure recognition under this call
each ticket must be complete, consisting
of two candidates for delegates and two
candidates tor alternates', and must be
endorsed In writing by at least one hun
dred citizens of the pistrict of Columbia,
to be filed with the election board at Its
offices In the Union Building, 61S-I1 O
street, Northwest, on or before 12 o'clock
noon, Thursday, February 1st, 1912.
The candidates comprising each ticket
must deposit with tho Finance committee
to be selected bv the Election rtnnrrt nn
or before January Mth, 1912, the sum of
four hundred ($100.00) dollars, payment
to be made to the chairman of the Finance
Committee on or before 12 o'clock noon.
February 1st, 1912.
The money so subscribed wlU be used
to defray the expenses covering the pur
chase of registration books, printing of
ballots, compensation of judgea of elec
tion and clerks', registration and voting
booths, and other necessary expenses.
The finance committee will make all
disbursements and after this election Is
closed an accounting will be had and
any unexpended balance remaining In the
hands of the finance committee will be
returned to the candidates representing
each ticket, every ticket to receive Its
pro-rata of the surplus.
Changes or amendments to these regula
tions may be made In the discretion of the
LEONARD P. BRADSHAW (Beal).
JNO. LEWIS SMITH (Seao!""""8"'
ANDREW J. THOMAS (Seal).
Washington, D. C, January 6th, 1912.
The finest whisky obtain- o
able. Full quart , jl
Family Quality House
nrtfl "JH. Ct Phone M. 274.
zua fin -i. No Branch Houses,
An Elopement Spoiled -By
Arrest in Newark
WILMINGTON, (Del., Jan. 7.-Lcw!a
V. Renshaw, aged twenty-threo -years,
of Newark, Del., was arrested at tho
Pennsylvania railroad station hero last
evening, while waiting for Mrs. Elsie
Pyle, aged nineteen years, of near
Newark, with whom he was to have
eloped. The young man la accused of
stealing two teams and disposing of
them here. The police got wind of his
presence in the city, and picked him
up as, he was about to leave the city.
Mrs.' Pyle was taken into custody this
r-pHAT the Republi-
I tr'iAtctKpA in favnr
r i 1 J l
Oi ZliC OlU DOSS SVSteiTl
is all the m ore reason why
the Democrats should
decide ii favor of the new
If, after both conventions
L? L LJ ..., ...
rt lp tcort fttilt flCXI' iltrff'
mer it is .clear that one
candidate has been chosen
by delegates coming chiefly
from the bosses and the
other by delegates coming
wholly or chiefly from the
people, that fact' alone
will make a great deal
for January 6
ON tTH 8T.
A NEW. UP-TO-THE-MINUTE
WHERE IT'S MADE BEFORE TOUR
Practical candy maker,
well known and liberally
patronized by Washington's
best pepple at Dur former
store on 14th st N. W.
Home-made Candy and old
Fashion Black Walnut Special
ties. REMEMBER THB7NEW STORE,
919 9THAN. W.
READY FOR BUSINESS-NOW.
GEORGE GARROW, Prop.
WITNESSES who saw car strike taxi on
11th st. near Meridian Saturday night, De
cember 30th will confer favor by communl
eating with BOX 144, Times office.
FRED J. WHITE, Iron Works, 462 Maine
ave. 8. W., bega to announce that the fire
of yesterday will cause no interruption to
business. The loss, while considerable, be
ing confined almost exclusively to patterns
JANUARY 4, 1912 On and after this date
I will not be responsible for any bills
unless contracted by myself. WM.
PKINCE. 452 K St. N. W. -,i
PURBUANT TO SECTION 1. ARTICLE
IX, of By-Laws, notice Is hereby given
that the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Capital Traction Com
pany for the election of directors 'for
the ensuing year, and such other busi
ness as may be brought before the
meeting, will bo held at the office of
tho Company, 36th and M streets N. W.,
Washington. D. C, on Wednesday, Jan.
uary 10. :912, at 10:45 o'clock A. M.
The polls will be open from 11 o'clock
A. M. until 12 o'clock noon.
H. D. CRAMPTON.
Is REAL buckwheat having all the de
licious flavor of the choicest mountain
grown grain. Try MILLER'S next time
It's different and better.
KAt your grocer's. No consumers supplied.
B. EARNSHAW & BRO.
Wholesale grocers. Uth and V ata. a B.
INGRAM MEMORIAL CHURCH. 10th and
Mass. ave. N,E. Congressman I. L. Lenroet
of Wisconsin will lecture In the Lyceum
Course, on Tuesday, Jan. 9, at 8:1$ p. m.
Topic, "Ploneera of Progress." This will be
a rich treat. The public Is Invited.
810 14th St. MW. Phone Mala 3S17.
Branches In over 300 leading cities In Amer
ica, Europe, and Africa. Pupils traveling
may transfer the value of their lessons from
one city to another without additional cost.
PRIVATE AND CLASS LESSONS AT
SCHOOL OR RESIDENCE, DAY
BEST OF NATIVE TEACHERS.
Terms reasonable. Catalogue on application.
GRAND PRIZES AT ALL RECENT
The public Is cordially invited to Inspect
the Light, Spacious, and Finely Equipped
Quarters Occupied by the School In the New
Equitable Building at above address. '
ELOCUTION AND SINOINO.
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES.
l Uth st. N. . Phone Lincoln tnt
When you need fuel for cooking.
It Is economical und yields ex
We supply coke at these prices:
25 Bushels Large Coke, delivered... $2.M
40 Bushels Large Coke, delivered. ..$3.70
CO nushels Large Coke, delivered. ..tS.34
28 Bushels Crushed Coke, delivered, 13.00
40 Bushels Crushed Coke, delivered, tt.BOi
CO Bushels Crushed Coke, delivered. ja.50
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413 Tenth Street JV. W. I
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