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THE WASIITNOTOiV TIMES, RATl'llDAV. NOVEMHEU If,, 1012.
DEMOCRATS TO GET
JLF.OFL
IITNE
INTERRUPT STORY
IS
PEJUS EOR WAR
Prominent Men Insist on
Defense of Mongolia
Against Russia.
April 15, Date Set by Wilson,
Considered Tentative
.1 Here.
Referendum Vote on Federa
tion Officers Seems
Largely Favored.
Informer Will Not Be Able to
Resume His Testimony
Until Next Week.
FOR CONVENTION TO
EM SESSION
RECONVENE MONDAY
Announcement of Governor Wilson
that lie will call an cxtia session of
Congiees not later tlian April 15 means
that throughout thlH winter thu Demo
cratic leaders In Houm and Senate will
1'C laying tlielr plana for tarlrl revision.
That the 'ny and Meuns Committee
will do much preliminary work hr the
way cf Investigation of schedules Is
txpectid.
The date of April 15, as Uew here, la
tentative. It Is expected that In all like
lihood Coiutress will be brought toeelher
at an earlier date. Thin will depend on
parlous circumstances. That the leaders
of House and Senate will be eager tu
net down to business beforo that date
li antlclputed In order that the session
may. not run fai along; Into the summer.
The nnnoumemciu of tho extra sea
vlin Rives additional Interest to 'the
Jiroposed reorganization of the Henatc
Finance Committee, and of the other
Senate committees, it also lends Inter
est o the question of maltu-up of the
tVajs and Means Committee. Leader
Oscar 1'inleiwood will not be deposed us
chairman, but thcic will be a strong ef
fort to get a many low tariff men on
the committee as possible.
Washington Not Surprised.
Washington was In no sense surprised
at the announcement that thcro would
bo an extra session. In fact, It has been
considered settled here for dayB. Im
mediately after thu election It was
known that the President-elect had
made up his mind to call an extra ses
sion. Indications arc strong that the coming
extra session n III be a good deal hioad
el tlun n intio tariff session. MHiiy
Deiuoi-ratli- lenders uie demanding trust
legislation and also cuircncy legislation,
'the piospcits aio that the Democrats
will grapple with the biggest problems
of the next foui )eur at tlm outset ot
the Administration Speaker Clark Is
one of those fuvoilnz the conaldeiatlon
of the currency uuestlon. Senator John
Sliaip Williams believes the trust ques
tion as well as tariff should be taken up.
It the tariff, the tiust question, and
the currency question are tackled, thla
will mean that the extra session will last
most 01 all of next sumniei. It Is not
unlikil), in fact, that It will reach Into
the fall.
Much Work for Congress.
In otliu wolds, with the announce
ment of the extra session there Is llttlo
reason to doubt Congress Is going to bo
In session most of tho time for the next
four jeurs. Washington Is likely to seel
about us much of Congress In the next
-Admlnlsli atlon as It has in the present
Administration.
Oetuial appiovul of the extra session
is expressed among leading Democrats.
William Jennings Ilryan, Senator Wil
liams. Speaker Clark, and even Senator
Dixon, Colonel Roosevelt's cumpalgn
manager, approved the Idea.
Mr. Ilryan said
"It wuh the wine thing to do and I
expected it would he done."
Senator Dixon said Wilson had done
the wise thing and that the country
voqlrt Mion have, an opportunity to
Judge of Democratic performance.
Whether Progressives supported the
Democratic program would depend
whether It squared with their own be
lief. Senator Dixon said about twenty
five Progressive members of the House
would caucus separately.
Sees Business Disturbance.
Senator McCumber foresees business
disturbance in the rolslon of the tariff,
hut he does not believe the Democrats
'will dare put through such a revision
a their platform calls for.
Spnaker Clark does not expect much
legislation In the short session save
itppronrlatlon measures. He does not
expect action on civil pensions In thu
short session, but he says If any ono
can show Congress through a good
actuary some system of getting rid of
the clerks after they have reached the
ge of sixty-five or seventy, he think
Congress will adopt the plan Immedi
ately. "I do not think." he said, "that Con
Kress is going to give these people a
straight pension."
Congressman Henry of Texas wants
n entire new tariff act passed on reve
nue lines. He approves the extra station.
ItOCHESTr.n. N. Y. Nov. 16 -Com
mlttrrs of the American Federation of
Labor were busy today ptepurllig the
reports which will le presented to thV
convention when the lutir Kconvrnns
on Monday. In addition the mining
trades department of the fetlcintlon, uf
which Charles II. Mojer, of Denver, Is
president, met,
The miners ure strongl) In favor ot
a resolution which will bo presented
to the federation next week jirovldlng
tlmt In riitiir elections the
officers shall be chosen by refeienil'Mn
vote. The preparation will recelvo So
cialists support also and piumlsex to m
come the subject of a closely contested
tight. . ,
Last ycai's convention ut Atlanta
adopted lesolutlons favoring election by
teferendum vote "If. after tholoiigh In
vestigation, mature and deliberate con
sldetutlon, Jt Is found to be prai tlcnblu
and for the best Interests of the Ameri
can l'Vderiitlon of Labor."
President Oompers and Secretory
Morrison were delegated lo Investigate,
and their report, presented lo the con
vention by tie executive council, was
to the effect that twenty-three national
and International unions fuvored the
referendum and fifty-two were opposed.
The exerutlve council refrained from
making uny recotnmendutlon In the
matter, but It Is no secret that the offl
ccrs of tho federation are opposed to It
J. Muhlon IJarneH, Socialist leader In
the convention, declares that If the ref
erendum were adopted It would mean
certain defeat for the present mtmber.i
of the executive council.
hull
tlie
INDIANAPOLIS, Iiul.. Nov. lli.-Ortle
i:. Mc.Manli'al, utar n line's for tlui
Government ngnlust the Indicted Inn,,
workers, did nut lesume his t stimuli)
loduy. mid Dlslilct Attorney Mlllei said
that It might be u vvcrK lieloro he told
the l.alatice of his utou .Mote III
I'll witnesses will testin befoie
dnumlter Is hcanl again. These wit
nesses were expecteil to corioborale
small details of McManlgal's testimony.
A grilling cniSH-examlniitloti by llnid
providing ,ig, rr thp defense, fulled to shake Ihe
fedetatlon story of Cdward Clink, the flncliin.nl
l minuter, who pliuilcil guilty. The
onlv damaging admission Mauling itie.v
fonn Clark wus that he had been nr
reslud nmnv times for various of
fenses. Askcl why lie did the dyna
miting Jobs, Cluifc said lie thought It
n good way to further tho Interests of
the union.
lie snld that President Trnnk M.
Ilyun rnme to Cincinnati and mild that
the local them was In n had condition
and that he did not like tho way It wus
runnlni;.
I'UKINtl, Nov, IS.-I'resldcnt Vuan
Shi Kal was delugnl with telegrams
fioiri prominent Chinese today demand
ing win on Russia In defense of Outer
.Miingol'ii.
Against acciplaiica of the repmted
offer from the French and Japanese
ministers to mediate there was a nil'-
etsal outcry. To Trance thcro was not
so much objection, but tho Idea of
Japan, which has long been believed In
ngieement with llusslu to divide part
of China between them, us mcdlatu
win considered ridiculous.
t'nless Yuan lelds to popular clamor.
It was felt that his speedy overthrow
may bo expected. It was rumored that
several generals were planning to lead
tlielr commands against the Russians
In Mongolia without awaiting tho Presi
dent's order or consent.
ru.rcs cviti:n in a to h days.
Your druggist will refund money If TAZO
Ointment rails to cure ltehlnf. Wind, lllrt4.
Inc or Protruding Piles In e to It days. Mc.
HEAD WAS FULL
OF
Hair Came Out by Handfuls. Head
Itched So Nearly Scratched Skin
Off. Cuticura Soap and Ointment
Cured. Hair Now Thick.
1802 Reynolds & 34th St.. Sarannah. Gs.
"My bead began to get sore and all
round the edge got white with tba disease
until I wm quit scared. I thought all
my hair would drop out. It came out by
handfuls, and my bead Itched so I nearly
scratched the skin off. It was full of cUn
draff which showed plainly In my hair.
"I alto had trouble with my hand. It
peeled every time I put It In water, and
It was so badly disfigured that everybody
noticed It and asked me what It was. It
was red, and bumed awfully. My mother
tried several things but they were unsuc
cessful, and It seemed as If nothing did It
any good until I started to use Cuticura
8oap and Ointment. I washed my hair
with tha Cuticura Soap and applied the
Cuticura Ointment afterward. It bad
lasted about four wseLs, but then It started
getting well and my hair stopped falling
completely. Now It Is cured. My balr
Is now nice and thick and It growing to a
nice length. Lots of people tell me how
thick my balr Is getting. I also used the
Cuticura Soap and Ointment for my band
and completely cured It." (Signed) Mist
Battle M. Jones. Nov. 8, 1911.
A tingle hot bath with Cuticura Soap and
a gentle anointing with Cuticura Ointment
are often tufSclent to afford Immediate relief
In tht most distressing cases of tkln and
scalp diseases when all else falls. Sold
throughout the world. Liberal simple of
each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Ad
dress pott-card "Cuticura, Dept.T, Boston."
jnrTender-faced men should use Cuticura
leap 3hTlng Stick, 25c Sample free.
"You can rely on what we say"
Horses
At Public
Auction
MONDAY, NOV. 18, AT 10 A. M.
Reliable Horse and Mule Co.
212-14 Eleventh Street Northwest
We will dispose of 3 carloads of animals for every purpose;
40 head by McHcnry Bros., 20 head by Virginia shipper, 30 head
by private parties, 1 hunter, 3 good jumpers, I pacer, 2:1614;
1 extra fine seal brown horse, stands 16 hands high, weighs 1,200
pounds; a handsome specimen of horse flesh, also heavy draft,
saddle, and driving horses of every description. This is an ex
cellent opportunity to get the kind of horse you most need. All
horses bought at our stable must be as represented or your money
will be refunded. You take no chances here.
Terms cash. RELIALE HORSE AND MULE CO.
Buy Your Own Home
Don't Spend Your Money
Helping Some Other Person
to Buy His or Her Home
It's time you stopped putting your money into another man's home
lime you began putting this money into YOUR OWN HOME high
time you acquainted yourself with the SHANNON & LUCHS way of
buying a home of your own with the money that you are now wasting
in rent month after month.
The high character of the homes we sell, the readily recognized
desirability of their locations and the number and character of the people
to whom we have sold during the years of our business existence should
appeal to you with the same force that the SHANNON & LUCHS Easy
Payment Terms must appeal.
These terms make the purchase of a home the SHANNON & LUCHS
way as easy, or easier than the .payment of rent. An amount of
cash only sufficient to insure the purchaser's good intent secures you
the privilege of these easy terms.
Here's a Home in the
Fashionable Northwest
Cash
B$1
It is a neighborhood where homes sell for $5,000
and upward -Columbia Heights. This home com
pares favorably with neighboring homes inside and
outside.
But it sells for $2,750 instead of $5,000 $150
cash and $22.50 per month.
Gov. Wilson Names
Date He Will Call
Special Session
NEW YORK, Nov. 16. Governor
Wilson added nothing today to hla brief
declaration of laat night that he will
call Congress together In extra session
not later than April 151 lie made It
plain that ho believed the baro an
nouncement that the call -rIU be Issued
should bo sufficient at this time, and
nothing will be decided on the matters
to be Included In the call until he re
turns from the vacation trip on which
he will start today.
The Rovcrnor spent tho night at his
hotel with his family, and this morn
ing went shopping preparatory to start
ing at 2 o'clock this afternoon for Iler
muda. The governor, with his family,
sails on the llermufllun. or the Quebec
line, and Capt. J. w MiiKcnile declared
he would see that the next President
was properlj protected on the brief sea
Tojnge.
Am proof that every precaution had
been taken, Captain McKmzle and
Chief engineer Alex lidwards cited the
Uft-savlnir equipment which thev said,
r.ns iiiiiiHiiullv laige.
The licnmidlHu cariles. In nddltlnn to
life tads, ten wooden lifeboats of tho
so-called unslnkabte lpe, euch of which
has a capacity of flfty-llvo persons;
4M life prtscners, two steam and two
hand file pump', and TOO feet of hose.
The Heriiiudlun Ih licensed to carry 3C8
passengein In addition to her erew of
il. hut the calling uetc far from being
completely filled.
TOR SALE A VERY CHEAP HOUSE A
PARTICULARLY CHOICE LOCATION.
PRICE, $4,500
No. 1319 Monroe St. N. W.; the first street north of Park
Road; near 14th St.; two stories and cellar. One of the attrac
tive features about this house is the exceptionally large rooms;
thoroughly well constructed; southern exposure; one of the most
desirable squares in that section of the Heights. If you wish
to secure a good, solid house for a home or investment, you
cannot do better than buy this one.
STONE & FAIRPAX, 1 342 New York Ave.
Jm-t-f--9---- -'"--' ------'9 '' Msai
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Why One Family
(Bought at
HIGH VIEW
ssBBI tBafeiH iis5 lH
Kant hKb w- H aSkMjJs Bj iUk C B
sttSniiiiisMisvfcZSH
$38
Per
Month
Cabin John Bridge
Car Jumps Track
A in. humid car on ihe Cabin John
lliidKf line Jumped the Hack m'ur l'o.
hall loud la.il nluht llm.iinl A. HUlls,
of I'otonmc Heights, vim uuh btandlug
on the n'.ir plulfoiui. Jumped from the
cat and was bruised about the Ickh.
TIh cur wuh iioing at a moderate rate
oi speeii unci onlv trueieu a row feci
after UiivIiik t'ic tracks.
U SEVERAL doc
3 tors advised
us to live in a high and
dry place.
"We filled their pre
scriptions by coming
to HIGH VIEW.
"The health of the
family has been much
improved since coming
here, so we are de
lighted with HIGH
VIEW."
T
HIS REASON happens to be one of health. And
what could be more Important than the health
of yourself and of your family.
Health means happiness and happiness means
EVERYTHING.
You obtain more than health at HIGH VIEW.
Here your rent money purchases you a home a six
room (and bath) home a home of beautiful design
(inside and outside).
THE PRICE IS $3,300
Terms $200 Cash and $26.92 Per Month
The money you've been paying for rent will buy
one of these High View Homes.
TO INSI'KCT Take an ll ntiert .111
iiiinlieil "llionklnnd" hi "North Cupllnl
iinil V f II eels." get lift lit Kliiup In
land nOetiue and walk ono Huarc east.
Looks Like $5,000--Costs But $2,750
A home of pressed brick and steel construction
6 full rooms and bath terraced front lawn spa
cious Colonial porches all modern conveniences
throughout the entire house. All ready for your fur
niture, and but little of that is actually needed, so
complete is the entire interior equipment.
TO INSPKCT-Take any llth street
ear going northwest, got off at Colum
hla road und walk one square east; or
an llth street car going northwest, get
off at Columbia road, and walk three
Miuures oast; or any Ninth street car
going northwest, get off at Columbia
load and walk ono square west.
Buys One of These
Homes of Refinement
at 1 4th and Perry Sts.
Other homes may surpass these in size
but in completeness they are C-O-M-
P-L-E-T-E.
Other neighborhoods may be inhabited
by more expensive homes but no neighbor
hood in all Washington is more desirable
from the standpoint of refinement.
And this home sells for S3oo cash and
S38 per month.
You have your choice of hot water, or
hot air heat. There are two fireplaces.
There are four porches. The terraced front
lawn is extra large. The rear yard is extra
deep. Both first and second floors are hard
wood throughout. There is a complete laun
dry with stationary tubs in the cellar. Also
a servants' toilet.
We could go on indefinitely describing
feature after feature that is either exclusive
or of a far superior quality to that found in
the average home of this price.
TO INSPECT Take any 14th
street car going northwest. Get off
at 14th and Perry streets, and you
are right at the properties.
Our EREE AUTO Service.
This service is. for tho fiee ncommodatlon of those Interested In any of our properties. It does
not ubllgato you In any way. In fact, wo will t glad to tulte you to any other properties nt the
rame time, so thot ou can make comparisons. Just drop a postal or phone Main 23U for till
FnUE AUTO 8erIce, and wo will call for'pou and bring you back again.
SHANNON & LUCHS
713 14th Street N. W.
Look For Our Green and White Sign
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Our FREE AUTO Service
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Laxative Bromo Qriatae
Curia Cold In OneDty,CrV 3 Days
&CDLI,
Till Keivlm l fur Ihe fiee .u-iommecl.illnn of those Inleieslrd In iinv of our piopei ties.
Rate nu In any wn. in fuct, we will Im Kind t mke jnu lo mij other piu,)citli-H lit the hiiiiic tl
eun make comparisons. Just diop a postal nr phcuu Main ilCi fur Mils 1'ICI'K Al'TO SoinIcc, anil
you and bring nu back again I
It does not olill
inc. so that you
wo will call for
SHANNOM & LUCHS
Look For Our Green and White Sign 713 14th St. N. W.
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