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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
SUIT TO CHECK
Department of Justice Sends
Investigator to Probe
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Invoked against It, Just as If It was
an American company.
"By operating on American spll In
New England, the Grand Trunk Is
amenable to the laws of this country
on th amp fnoilni: with domestic cor-
I' Derations." he said
necclnt of u copy of the traffic agree-
l ment exchanged bectween nciien ana
Chamberlain would not be connrmed at
the department. It was stated by a
high official, however, that a "clear
caso" of conspiracy to lestraln trade
would be made out If the agreement
Includes an offer by the Now Haven
road to relmbureo the Grand Trunk for
expenditures In beginning construction
of Its new lines from White Itlver June
tlon. Vt.. to ProWdencc.
Conferences were held today between
Attorney Adklns and lallroad commis
sioners of Hhwle Island and ,New
Itampshfte, sent here by Governor
Pothler, of Ithode Inland. It was stated
that the New England officials, upon
being apprised today of the depart
ment's plans, made no objections, and
expressed satisfaction with the pro
cedure. New Haven Grand Trunk
"Agreement" May Be
Put up to Wilson
Unless Attorney General Wlckcrsham
and the Department of Justice push the
Investigation of the New England rall
'rnad monopoly, held In a lcc-llko grip
by the New Haven road, or unless the
House of Representing es Itself, or the
Interstate Conimerco Commission has
uncovered fully the facts In regard to
this monopoly, President-elect Wood
row Wilson, as soon as he comes Into
office March 4, will be urged to take
the matter up, reopen It and turn on
It Is not at all unlikely that the first
great nntl-trut struggle of the Wilson
AdmlnlH.ratlon will be against the New
Haen railroad which has New England
In Its grasp. Against the oppressive
monopoly of the New I lav en, the people
of New England are crlng out with a
Vigor and bitterness reembllng the up
risings of public sentiment against the
railroads In earlier das (n Kansas,
Iowa, and other Wes'ern 9'atcs.
The New Haven situation took an
astonishing turn In New York yester
day when there was a sudden halting
of the. Federal grand Jury Investigation
to determine whither the twenty-five-year
agreement between the Grand
Trunk rallwa and the New Haven sys
tem wua a.ixHnblnaUsn In restraint of
trade and designed to stifle competition,
The grand Jury Investigation halted,.
It la charged, after J. Flerpont Mor
gan, William Itocl'-feller, and other
noted financiers, who would have been
compelled to tietlf, directly appealed
to Attorney Utiiei.il WUkersham by
long distance teltpl.one to call oft the
Tho sudden stopping of the In
quiry caused a sensutlon In big finan
cial circles as will us In Washington.
District Attorney Wise, at New York,
was chagrined und the New England
railroad commissioners were disgusted.
Attorney General Wlckcrsham eenta
ally made this explanation through
Assistant General Jisse D. Adklns:
The Attorney Gejieral had di
rected a giaml Jury Inquiry at New
York Into the alleged agreement be
tween the New ork, New Haven
and Hartford railroad and the Grand
Trunk rallioud He bad also writ
ten to President Mcllen, of the New
York. New Haven and Hartford,
nd President Chamberlain, of the
Grand Trunk lines, asking for an
explanation. These gentlemen have
offered full aciess to thur records.
It was thought that a full and
completo examination of the mat
ters offered by the railroad and the
statement made bv the Massachu
setts and Rhode Island officials and
Of the aourcos of Information sug
gested by them should nrst bu made,
and for this riuson. and this alone,
the grand Jury Investigation was
auspended for the time being,
Tho Attorney General has directed
that the fullest Information bo made,
and Is detormlned that tho matter
bo probed to the bottom. Unless
the Investigation re'iilts In the com
plete disclosure of all the fucts the
matter will be takm up by tho grnnd
But this does not satisfy the New
England railroad commissioners. They
fear that powerful Influences have got
to work on the Administration and
that aa a result the Investigation bv
the Department of Justice will be al
lowed to lag und the whole buslned"
will come to nothing o fur as giving
relief to Now England Is concerned.
William C. Miss, of the Rhode Island
public utilities commission, who has
been In Washington several days says
the fight will not he stopped, that it
will be pushed to the limit, and that
tho people of Ntw England will win in
The situation Is given a profound In
terest from thu allegations that tho
"Money trust" has bee n a potent figure
In the dlfflcultlei between tho New
Haven and the Grand Trunk. It is de
clared bv tho Nvv England railroad
commissioners that Morgan & Co.,
backing the New Haven, reached over
Into England and shut off the credit of
tho Grand Trunk In order to force tho
Grand Trunk to abandon the Southern
New Englnnd extension, which wna de
signed to reai.li Into Boston and Provi
dence and thus strike at the monopoly
of tho New Haven
Reason for Probe.
This gives a substantial reason for
an Investigation b the Pujo commit
tee of the House which is probing the
Money trusV It was unnounccd several
days ago the matter would be carried
to that comn Itteu
It Is expected the committee will tnko
the matter up and probe It to tho
If tho Pujo committee proves luke
warm, as It seems to bn on the general
Money trust Inuulrv, then an appeal to
the House or Senate Interstate Com
merce Commute Is likely,
A copy of the agi cement which was
Wise Is Believed
On His Way Here
NEW YORK. Nov 21 -United States
District Attorney wise left this city
Ifurrledly Just before noon odny and It
was supposed that he had been sum
moned unexpectedly to Washington, In
connection with the Grand Trunk-New
Grand Trunk and
New Haven Roads
That the agreement shall continue
for the next tncntr.flre year.
That there shall be an exchange
of trnfllc by the Grand Trunk,
the Central Railroad of Ver
mont, and tho Boston and Maine
orer the lines between Battle
boro and Windsor and White
That there shall bo a Joint traffic
between the Grand Trunk and
New Haten 'that will giro the
Grand Trunk entrance to all lm
portant points of tho Now Harcn
system orcr tho New Karen
That the Grand Trunk will bo re.
Imburscd for the cost of pur
chasing rights of war nnd rail
road sites, an expenditure ap
Haven Investigation by the Department
Wise was at his office early today and
spent the morning at his desk. He has
made no comment on Attorney General
Wlckersham's action In taking the In
quiry out of the hands "Of tho Federal
Session Starting Today
Promises To Be Conten
tious and Bitter.
OTTAWA, Ont, Nov. 21. The Domin
ion parliament was opened today by his
royal highness, the Duke of Connaught.
The occasion was marked with tho
usual ceremonial, which Included the
tiring of a roal Balute from Nepean
Point and a cavalry escort for the gov
ernor general from Illdeau Hall to the
parliament building and return. The
general expectation that the spcerh
from the throne would deal with sub
jects of far more than ordinary Interest
and lmportanco to the public led to an
unusuully large attendance of visitors
nt the opening.
Unless all signs go astray the parlia
mentary session now begun will be one
of the most contentious and bitter In
many yea is. There is every reason to
believe that the much-discussed naval
pulley will bo one of tho first matters
brought up. Tho government program
Involves the voting of un Immediate
'emergency" contribution of large
amount to the British navy, leaving to
be negotiated later the terms and con
ditions of a permanent policy. The op
position, particularly tno lrencn-cana-dlan
element, are preparing to make
vigorous protest against Imposing a
vast naval expenditure on the people
without their mandate The govern
ment, novvevci, run j expects to get its
naval program through luirllamcnt, but
only after a determined opposition.
Other important subjects on the agen
da Include Important amendments to the
bank net. alterations In the law of nat-
ularlzatlon, tho West Indian trade
agreement, legislation respecting the
control of Western lands, and several
questions of party pollcj, Including that
of tho tariff.
The red'stributlon of parliamentary
constituencies made necessary by the
last census, which will deprive conser
vative Ontario of four seats and will
glvo the liberal west some twenty odd
seats, may be allowed to go over to the
next session. A postponement will, of
course, preclpltato a bitter opposition
from the liberals
Fiom present Indications there will
not be a particularly heavy list of pri
vate bills at the present session. An
oxccptlon, however. Is the divorce cases,
which number more than 100 and thus
exceed all records.
Today Is Anniversary
Of First German Line
Tho first trip on the first railroad In
Germany was made seventy-seven yearb
ngo today, November 21, 1R33. The pio
neer lino woa less than four miles In
length, nnd connected the towns of
Norembcrg and Furth, and Is still In
operation. Tho first train over the
rails consisted of a crude locomotive
and five open cars, transporting over a
hundred passengers. The time for the
Journey was twelve minutes. John
Scharrer, u brewer, was tho builder of
The first announcement of tho Inven
tion of a practical phonograph by
Thomus Edison was made twenty-six
icnrs ago toduy. Tho first breech-Ioad-Ing
rllle for the use of the Imperial
army wns Introduced Into China thirty
eight years ago today.
Can Expend Money
For "Stool Pigeons"
Detectives employed on the Isthmian
Canal Zono may spend tho public
moneys for liquors, or for tips to "stool
pigeons " when the necessity demands.
An official opinion, to this effoct was
given by tho Comptroller of tho Treas
borne time ago each detective on tho
Canal Zone was allowed mi expense ac
count with a ICO maximum for cab
hire, cigars, liquors, and money spent
In entertainment In tho pursuit of theli
calling In the quest for Information,
They were not nermlttcd to charga
small sums paid to Informers, or per
Nons who could give them Information
If thcro was "something In It." Feel
ing that this would aid operations, tho
Canal Zono government asked for uu
thorlzatlon for such expenditures, and
Forced nis Way
Into Her House
Charlie Jones, colored, charged with
assaulting Iloalc Mathews, wns put un.
der 'WO bond to keep the peace bj
Judge Mullowny, of the United StateJ
branch of the District Police Court, yeB.
terday, Jones procured a bondsmav
and was released
Witnesses said at one time Jones nnd
the Mathews woman were vcrT frlmdly, i
but that lately thero had been an es- I
trangement. Jones Insisted on going to
see the woman In order to explain and I
forced himself Into her house.
A HERRING, EVEN
BY ANOTHER NAME
Treasury Department An
nounces What's What in
Finnydom in Future.
All anchovies, brisling, sardines,
sprats, pilchards, and alcwlves coming
Into tho United States In tins. In tho
guise of herring, will In the futuro
have to pay a duty of M per cent ad
volorem, unless the United States'
courts reach a moro complex conclu
sion as to "what Is a herring" than Is
Aft wrtaiNC aac
cnteitnlned by tho Secretary of the
Assistant Secretary of tho Treasury
Curtis displayed Solomonlo wisdom In
the grave declaration that a herring Is,
uh Is uh, why Is a herring. Secretary
of tho Treasury MacVeagh wagged his
head yesterday In solemn approval of
this dictum, making It unanimously
carried, so far as the Treasury Is con
cerned. This, of course, means that various
and sundry other llttlo llshes are not
herring, but something else again.
This Is the wherefore of It. The tariff
provides that herring shall pay an
TltfAR ..a, ma
CWPl ICatiON, HHVkOL-t '
Import duty of 1 cent a pound If fri'fh,
and one-half cent u pound If plc'tled.
Sardines, and other llshes In tins pay
30 ncr cent ad valorem Consequently
various of the small fishes were labuled
herring In small letters for the benefit
of the customs Inspectors; anchovies,
or something else, appearing In larger
letter for the consumer. Just llkn the
pure food label combinations. This be
cause Importers wished to Impress on
tho customs officials that anchovies, and
others were reully, after nil. Just hr
rlnvj. but of a fancy variety, being plain
for the Inspectors and funcy for tho
purchaser. They offered to support this
contention, und did with arguments und
or the otc
unci, ee An
w Tl)t SUBJECT
declarations on tho relations, antece
dents, genealogy, and general clasilli-
nntinn nt th amall fishes.
The customs officials, with tho nld of
tho Fish Commission, likewise delved
Into the genealogy of fishes, but this
aa tint anneal to Secretary Curtis It
seemed to him that u herring was n
herring, and that as for anchovies and
tho rest, why anchovies were anchovies
and so on. Anyway he reasoned, no
one ever called a Potomac herring a
(or maybe an) anchovy, or any such
Will Lecture on
Loans and Discounts
Tho fifth lecture on banking nnd
finance, under the auspices of the
Washington Chapter of the American
Institute of Hanking, will be delivered
tonight In tho chapter room of the as
sociation by A. 11. Claxton, who will
speak on "Loans nnd Discounts."
Mr. Claxton was persuaded to deliver
the lecture by tho education committee,
which recognized his knowledge of the
subject assigned him and Insisted that
he speak before the club members. The
lecture will begin promptly at 8:15
o'clock in the chapter room of the asso
ciation, 1214 r street northwest.
Tho next lecture after tonight will be
delivered by John Moody, of New York,
an authority on tlnance, who will speak
on "Stocks and Ilonds."
Daniel McGlll, seaman, fell overboard
from ii whaleboat on the davits of the
Fish Hawk, at Tompklnsvlllo, N. Y
November 10. and was drowned, ac
cording to Information received at the
Navy Department today. McGlll was
thirty years old and had been In the
service four and a half 5 ears. He
camo from Passaic, N. J., where his
father lives at 1 Passaic street.
Side step purgim-e their huih tdioa b
IUbU to injure the bowels. Why not tu
CARTER'S UTTLE LIVER PILLS
a panlr vegcuble rented
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uxd by atunons let
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coaitipstioa. Um them far diuutest, indigts
b'sa, uck headache tad all livet troubles,
S-.ll Plfl, Ssull Dm, Small Frke,
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CLOSING DAY OE
Morning Devoted to Naming
Of Committees and
An address by the Ilev. Samuel Vano.
of Philadelphia, secretary of tho Social
Service nnd llrothcrhood Association
for the Northern IJaptlst convention,
will closo the thirty-fifth dnnual, con
vention of the Columbia Association of
Baptist Churches tonight at Metropoli
tan Haptlst Church.
Most of tho morning was devoted to
appointment of standing committees for
the ensuing jear, selection of a place of
meeting for next ear, and exposition of
doctrines of the church In a sermon
by the llev. Theron Outwater. Tho
third day of tho convention opened at 10
o'clock with devotional services led by
the Ilev. N. J. Hcarlte, tn cnargo of thu
work among Italians of the city.
Report On Funds.
Reports of committees Included that
on the founding of a building and loan
fund by tho Ilev. S. W. Johnson, of
Graco Haptlst Church, and the Hov.
John K. Urlggs, of Fifth Daptlst Church.
Tho doctrinal sermon was commenced
at 11:15, and occupied the remainder of
the morning services.
This afternoon pratso service will be
opened at 2 o'rolck under the direction
of the Ilev, Hugh T. Stevenson, of
Hethanv Haptlst Church. Ileports of
committees will Include those on sys
tematic benefactions, by J. J, Darling
ton; on obituaries, by the Itev. Theron
Outwater and others.
Servlco for tho young people with
song service under tho direction of
l'ercv S. Foster, will commence at 7:50
J, W alter Edlln will report on tho work
done by the young people, and there
will be a two-mlnutn talk by members
of the Young People's Society.
Exciie B1U Discussion.
Discussion of the Jones-Works exctso
bill occupied most of the tlmo yesterday,
being brought up through the report of
tho social service committee, of which
the Ilev II, V, Howlett Is chairman.
It was recommended that tho associa
tion use Its Influcnco with the District
of Columbia committee In the Houso to
further passage of the bill.
Edward H. Taft, of the Columbta Dap
tlst Church, spoke In favor of this por
tion of tho committee's report, which
also recommended that special servlco
problems be given Increased attention
In local Haptlst churches.
EOR STAMPS HERE
Four Slot Arrangements Are Now
on Official Trial in
Four stamp vending slot machines
have been placed tn Washington for of
ficial trlut by Postmaster General
Hitchcock. These machines are made
by a New York automatic machine
company, and If successful will prob
ably be adopted for the postal service.
One of them Is In the lobby of the city
A second Is In the lobby of
tho Union Station, one In an art shop
nt Thirteenth and F streets, and tho
fourth In n drug store at Thirteenth
street and Pennsylvania avenue north
west. The machines In the postofflui
and Union Stullon sell both 1 and 2-ccnt
stamps. The other two sell only the (
The machlma have metal cases, and
are of simple construction, no buttons
or levels being needed to operate them.
It Is only necessary to Insert a penn
In the slot for one 1 cent stamp and
two pennies In thu slot for one 2 cent
stamps, and the coins automatically
cause me mecnanism to operate ana de
liver a Btamp of the proper denomina
tion. The purpose of the test Is to deter
mine the desirability and practicability
of such machines for use In the nostal
service. Ttio Postmaster General has
appointed a committee, consisting of W.
f l.-rVi Mtinorlnfpnriont Hlll.lnn nt
C. Fitch, superintendent division of
stamps; C. F. Trotter, assistant super
intendent division of salaries and allow
ances; and L. J. Robinson, assistant
postmaster, to supervise tho test and
submit to htm a report of the results.
Provides For Jury
In Summer Months
With a view of making Jury trials
possible In criminal cases, during the
summer vacation, the District Supreme
Court toduy unnounccd tho following
"At any tlmo when Juries are provided
by law between the last day of June
nnd the first Tuesday of October fol
lowing, any person Indicted for an
offense not capital and committed there
on to Jail, may apply to tho Justice pre
siding for an Immediate trial before
him, and such application shall be de
termined as the speedy administration of
Justice may require.
POCKET BOOK DIRECTORY
CONTAINING FULL DESCRIPTION OF
Washington sMostPopular Apartments
S323 14th St. N. W.
14th and CIIMob Sis.
8rd and O 8ts. X. W.
12tb and Md. Are. . W.
TO Rhode Island Ave. IV. W.
Capital Man and Woman Ar
rested in Raids By
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said at the Sixteenth street address that
Dr. Kemp's family Is absent from the
It was also stated that Dr. Kemp Is
busy todar attending to professional
calls and that he would reach one of
his offices later this afternoon.
Mrs. Frailer was taken to City Hall
by a deputy marshal, and her counsel,
Attorney Henry I. Qulnn, conferred
with United Suites Attorney Clarence
It. Wilson on tho nucstlun of bond. Tim
district attorney Insisted on a bond In
the sum of $2,500, which Attorney Qulnn
thought was excessive.
While her counsel was urging the re
duction of the bond, Mrs. Frailer sat tn
the witness room adjoining Criminal
Court No. 1. Sho was greatly embar
tassed over her arrest, but refused to
discuss the charge against her, saying
that her attorney would make a state
ment. "There has been no violation of the
postal laws bv Mrs Frailer," declartd
Attorney Qulnn. "She simply conduct
ed a maternity hospital at nor home,
139 Massachusetts avenue northeast, and
compiled with the law In'every respect.
Sho has not engaged In any Illegal
practices and has sent no obscene mat
ter through the malls.
Says Business Legitimate.
"Mrs. Frailer advertised in the news
papers regarding her business, which
was strictly legltlmaite In every way,
and when she received Inquiries about
her hospital she replied through the
mall, but In none of her letters has
there been the slightest Intimation that
she engaged In Illegal practices, nor
won thero the mest remoto semblance
of anything obscene,
"A great lnjustlio has been done Mrs.
Frailer, but she will be completely ex
onerated when her case comes to trial."
Attorney Qulnn declared that In view
of tho circumstances and Mrs. Fraitefs
standing In the community In which she
reside the bond should not have ex
reeded 11,000. The United States attor
neys office, however, Insls ed thai
heavy bonds had been demanded In all
the cases throughout the country, and
that there should bo no exception In
May Be More Arrests.
According to Inspector Little, who Is
temporarily In charge of tho Washing
ton division, the crusade has but Just
"Wo have no more cases for Immedi
ate action." said inspector Uttle, "but
It Is possible that the next few days ur
a week will bring more. Activity of tho
Inspection force for such violations of
the code is to be continued "Tho depart
ment proposes to do its utmost to halt
any sue h use of the malls. It Is not
pulley tu talk of prospective cures, but
I may say that thero aro no more Im
mediate ones. We will continue on tno
watch, not only for these, but for all
other violations of tho postal laws"
Postmaster General Hitchcock had a
similar statement with respect to tho
country at large.
"Thl raid." he said. Just before leav
ing Washington, "Is not a spasmodic
effort to obtain observance of the postal
laws. Whllo there may not bo soon
another raid so far-reaching and signifi
cant, there will be a steady watch for
violations of tho law."
Addresses Pen Women.
The League of American Pen Wom
en was last night addressed bv Prof
Mitchell Carroll, secretary of tho
Archaeological league of America, at
tile nome or r. i iiaxion. unuru
States commissioner of education. He
laid stress upon the excavations at
Pompeii. Troy, and elsewhere.
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Goes After 'Plane In Automobile
And Serves a
OAHDEN CITY. U I., Nov. 21.-WI1-Ham
Jaeger, sheriff of Nassau county,
rode In an mitnmnbtle at full spectl af
ter un aeroplane, but tho airship went
faster than tho aulomotllo.
Jaeger had a writ of attachment for
tho-neroplano. Aa he saw It gradually
getting ahead of him, he ordered tho
automobile slowed down, saying ne nau
lost tho race. ,
.runt fhii th neronlano careened
nnd fluttered to tho ground. Jnegcr
rode to where the aircraft had de
scended and served the writ.
A. Oelson had been operating the aero
plane. He explulnid he wns unable to
remain In the ulr becauso of trouble
with tho engine.
Costo Rican Official
Inspecting U. S. Soldiers
After a conferenco with United States
Commissioner of Education P. P. Clax
ton, Senor H. Brcncs-Mcsen, under sec
retary of public Instruction In Costa
Tlffa atnrfort tnrtnv nn ft tnur of lnsnec-
tlon of rural schools In Maryland, VI r- i
glnla, and other mules.
Costa Itlca desired to find out exactly
what this country Is doing tn rural and
Industrial education, and sent Senor
Ilrenes-Mcsen here to Investigate.
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This Is a medlclno for external ap
plication and so penetrating In Its
nature as to thoroughly lubrlcato
every muscle, norvo and tendon In
volved during tho period beforo ba
1)t comes. It aids naturo by ex
panding tho skin and tissues, re
lieves tenderness and soreness, and
perfectly prepares tho system for
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Friend Is sold
it drug stores.
Write for freo book for expectant
mothers, which contains much val
MADriELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Ca-
On the Heights. 14th st.
car line. Janitor service.
N. W. '
Fine location. All con
veniences. 14th it car
In the heart of business
section. Janitor service
Q st. car line.
Uth and 14th st. car
Heat and hot water: electric
llshli, telephone and lels
BTuph service from bullittna,
Unilor. upartmrntM ipni lor
Impaction, Itt iy.or fp-int apt
Optometrist and Optician.
No charge for Consultation.
Pictorial Review Patterns Headquarters
A. LISNER Hours : 8 .
Look for Haviland's Signature
Decorated China Open
Dinner Plate 10c
Fruit Saucers 4c
Cups and Saucers 9c
Dishes, 11-Inch 15c
Dishes, 17-Inch etc
Hauce Boats 23c
Pickle rushes 17ri
Urcakf.ist Plates 9c
Tea Plates 8c
Bread and Butter
Soup Plates Sc
Individual Butters 3c
I Vegetable Dishes 17c
Babbitt's and Other 5c Articles, 3ic
U W Dinner and Tea Set,
thin china, gold decora
$9 00 Dinner and Tea
pieces, first quality, thin
china, gold decorations ....
13 50 Kngllsh Turkey Sets, large
dUli and 12 plates, deco- (Jl (rt
rated to match SlaiI
89c Decorated Cranberry Sets, Ger
man cnina, large Dont and
six saucers to match
S?c Decorated Bread or Cake Sets,
large cake plate, open handles,
and six sirall platts to CQn
75a Carlsbad China Celet-y Trays,
assorted snapes and decora
5c Extra Thin
O 1 ass Tumbler;
first quality, as
75c Punch Bonl
on foot, 13-lncli
7c Punch Olasics,
dies, llrst quality
3c Colonial Glass Cranberry
Saucers, first quality
10c Colonial Glass Cranberry
Bonis, on foot; flnt rT
quality I -
5c Crystal Glass Wine Glasses,
H 50 Chafing
Dish, solid cop
per, nickel plated,
nlth hot nater
best (IJO Q7
17.50 Table Per
colator, brass or
SI M Carving Sets, Carver nnd
Fork, best quality steel, nlth CQ
stag bundles , UiU
10 English Tnblo KnUes (ItogerH').
white bundles, finest quul- (pJ Q
Ity. Dozen dJU.fiO
13 00 Sheffield Carving Sets, best
steel, three pieces, stag (1JO JfT
hnndles. In satin lined caso W.'i I
11.60 Oval Double Boasting Pan,
nun insiae mining pan, win
hold 20-lb. turkey
50c Turkey Roasters, nlth
extra largo size, 10x15 Inches,
lie Squaro nnd Oblong Iron Boost
ing Pans, assorted (n
tiiUi'il ill .1 IjjqJ
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. Lisner Hours, 8 to 6 G Street
In first floor Balcony.
Glasses fitted & guaranteed.
m.' to 6 p. m. G STREET
it's on each piece of this
Dinner and Tea Set.
Don't doubt or hesitate
these last half dozen sets
will be gone while you do.
Stock Always In Stock
Vcgctuble Dishes lth
Butter Dishes Oc
Sugar Bonis 31c
Cream Pitchers 13c
Bonis, various lis
110.75 Squnre D'nlnp Boom
Domes, 18 Inches, art glass, assort
ed colors with deep glass flje no
I8 60 Dining- Boom Domes, 18
Inches, umbrella shape, bent art
Class with fringe. Com- gr QQ
112 60 Dining Iloom Domes, 22
Inches, new shape, bent art glass
v.lth fringe. Complete
with Welsbach Inverted ?rr or
12.50 Parlor Gas Lamp with 10
Inch green dome i shade. Welsbach
mantle and six" feet of (ft AO
tubing .,i Dl.40
39c Inverted Gas Lamps, with
Welsbach Mantle and en- OQ
gruved globe tOK
25c Bracket Lamps for Hair or
Kitchen. Complete with 1Qrt
large burner J.S7C
This Greater Palais Tloyal Base
ment Coupon and ntty-aeven (57)
tents entitles bearer to one 11(0
"Keystone" rood Chopper, with 4
steel cutters, and recipe book.
Friday only, November 22, 1912.
11.50 Aluminum Saucepans, 3
in bci, . quarts, a quarts, and
39c Double Bice
one ear. .til
11 25 IMshoI'h "Popular1
Sweepers, best quality
Six rolls best quality Toilet
Paper and nickel plated OC.
Oil Heater, Mil
ler siuok e 1 e s s
75c St;p Ladder
er .. .