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THE nWASHINGTON TIMES. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1913.
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FINANCE AND TURF
LOSE REAL LEADER
BY KEENE'S DEATH
famous Horse Lover and
Stock Operator Falls to
Survive Operation.
Turf Leader Dead
NEW-YORK. Jan. i There was reali
nxournlnc In sporting and financial wr
citB'ivhen the death of James R. Keene.
a pleader JiV both circles, at 2:13 a. m. ,
Irida in a private hospital, foJIowlwj u
-eerious abdominal operation, begaine,.
generally known. ' ' 7
Tile very last blc operation with which 1
hfij name- was connected the Hocking-
pool wmen coiiapsea because it was
claimed' .he had "double-crosssed" hit)
ai';piitbs. and .which-" brought -ruin to
doiine'or tiliall Investors ln.tha middle
west and East, was one of his charac
teristic deals. He skimmed tlfe "creatai
and left the others -to. take' the skim
milk that was left.
?oqn "after that spectacular operation
Kpene went to .London.' It was given'
cut that he was sick ''.unto 'death? but
lie1 eeemed to Tecover. An operation
v 4s .performed and it was declared 'suc
CMafcL This . was in .the fall of 1711,
i.jtKcne'nad been unable' to 'take any
active interest In business since.
-fTV. i iast Operation Too Late.
JThrcri months ago .Keene' returned ta,
-America. He .went to t'he'TValdorf" and
Jitter left his room. Two days ago. he:
was Oaken to tne private Hospital anil
yesterday, another operation was per
formed by -Dr. 'James P. Tuttlc and Dr.
St. Clair .Smith. It was a last resort,
lnlt.it was too late.-
Foxhall Keene. his son, and pride, the
one "person who seemed able to rouse
the financier from his intense absorption
in money setting and the doctors, were,
with, him when he died. His daughter
r.nd other relatives were notified, but
too late to reach the bedside.
It' was the' turf which" found lils heart.
Aa a child he loved horses, as a man he
irioliied-them. His greatest joy in life
was.in rearing .victors for .his colors and.
in ovaacmg-ineieresr oi me Amen
can sport" of racing. His sardonic hu
mor dropped from him1 as a mask .when
lie-breathed the air of the track." One
has but to call upthe names of Syson.
toy, of Domino, or Colin, to realize, what.
James R. Keene did for the develop
ment of the turf and for wholesome
rijorL
Married jVirgiaia Woman.
He passed several years" mining,
freighting; and. editing a country news
paper and" fighting. Going to San Fran
cisco he began speculating in mining
stocks, then as always, on tne bear side,
and soon piled up his first fortune.- He
luct llls Sara Daingerflcld, daughter
of a, Virginia Judge, there and they
Ware married in. 1S69.
-V year iater the market Vwent against
liim and .he was soon broke He ntrpd
JSOO.OOO aftfer the crash, but within a"
veen ne nau raaae a connection witn.
ctuui ruiuu, men just appointed
Assistant Treasurer of the United States
Keene" took Felton's seat on the San
Francisco Alining Exchange. Almost
immediately afterward Keene declared
war c
otTVV
with 'an attack ron Bonanza. Mine stock.
then 'selling at'JKW a snare! Gould
could, not withstand;the raid and KeeneJ
twrarva up uuu,tvj personalty ana ior
tunesfor his friends, 'running the' prices
to" Sa share. - t
' ,' .Ban&r -Killed Himself;
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BURNETT
RENEWS
FIGH
T IN HOUSE
ON BAHLESH1PS
Lining Up "Little Navy"
Men to Oppose Fund
For War Craft.
JAMES R. KEENE.
CHINESE WOMEN
DISCARD" TROUSERS
Government -Edict Orders
and "Directs Attire of
Men.
.Skirts
.SAX FRANCISCO. Jan. 3.-Chlnntown
soon -will lose all lt old time plc
turesqueness. ,A11 daughters, of the
Orlentstartedtpday upon a grand
dressmaking. bee.-"
Th. government .edict, .has. tronc
forth" f rom'.Peklng-and Is published to
day in -local Chinese- papers -that .the
poetid" trousers 'of-old sar to "bo1 dis
carded by.;Chinese women and their
proner .garb-fihaii oe me uccioeniai
skirt. , .
The 'sumptuary edict bans not only
trousers but the pannier skirt as
well."
oh' Jay Gould, then the "biggest inan'j' 'The edict also, provides drastic
Vail Street. Keene opened his fight J changes" for men's garments. The
an ,ittacl:,nn Rnnanu Mini. stn.ir--'.froek or 'cutaway cot is prescribed
as the, only business garb". Tho derby
hat has'the, eselirslve field for every
'day iand" the 'high hat ,for society.
H.lgh'alfskln -or low tanshoes are
"permitted the'meh," w"hlle women may
.wear-any style cf.shoe.
.During the resultant panic" the Bank
of California failed and its president.
"William C,AHston. killed himself. Keene
"reorganized the' bank and then went .to.
JS'urbpe, returning to "Wall Street this
time -to rl$ht Gould. Tie Jatter soon'
stripped the .young Englishman, getting
everything, even his famous picture of
'the horse fair by Rosa Bonheur. Gould
hung it on the wall saying at the same
time: "There is Keenc's scalp. It looks
good, for he came here to take mine."
But in later years Keene got the plp
tnre back. In 1SS0 Keene had another
fortune. tl2.000.QOO this time. Then he
coupled up with Russell Sage .arid' Sage
got his $12,000,000. But he came back
Again: and .In 1S93 made an alliance
"tjth Havemeyers and picked up j5.ftHi,ou,
in. three years. In '1S03. he fought Harrl
raan and lost, but only part of his for
tune .this time, and he soon got most
of It 'back.
.'He had the same of being the only
man Morgan was afraid of and the
1dng of them all" usel Keen in his
steel operations in 1901 to boost prices.
This was one of the very few times
that Keene'was on the bull side of any
Choice Navy Beans
Per
5c
Dried lima beans,
per lb.
New hominy, per
lb
Pure lard.
per lb
Best compound.
per lb
Fat back.
per lb
Boneless' breakfast
bacon, per lb
J4 bbl. sack.Nobility
Flour, per sack..
3 Loaves Star of the
East bread for
Fancy white potatoes
per bu
5. Rkgs. Spaghetti or
Macaroni for
Taney yellow onions,
pur ijj
1 5c Boxes Toilet Soap
4 fOc'pkgs Gold
12ic
9ic
The anil-battleship fight Is again on
In the House, Congressman Burnett of
Alabama Is moving systematically
among his colleagues In the endeavor
to prevent any appropriation for bat
tleships at Ihls session, and Is "clrcu
larktlng'' the members.
Mr, Burnett's antipathy to appropria
tions for battleships Is an echo of the
fight of last session, when the Public
Buildings Committee, of which Jtr. Bur-
j nett wasaptlng chairman, and the a
i val Affairs Committee engaged In a leg
j Islatlve duel, for thrre months. The cau
J cus declined to permit the bringing In of
a public buildings bill, commonly known
' as the "uork barrel." and the Bur-
nettltes adopted the slogan:
Have Not Forgiven House.
"You can't have battleships if we
can't have 'public buildings."
The Democrats of the House held four
caucuses and flnally.compromlsed, upon
i the Insistence of the Senate, on an ap
J proprlation .for one new sh'P.
rne .public jjuuainjr uommmco is now
drafting a J30.000.000 pork barrel bill, but
Mr. Burnett and a number of his col
league's have not forgiven the House
leaders for the partial defeat of last
year. Partly In consequence of the
former struggle and also because Mr.
Burnett is opposed to the customary
authorization for two battleships each
year.' the Alabama member has inau
gurated a campaign to prevent a bat
tleship appropriation during the pres
ent session. - y
No Caucus Probable.
It is not believed that the Democrats
will again make a party matter of the.
increase of the navy, and 'no caucus on
battleships Is probable. This; however,
does not interfere with the plans of Mr.
Burnett, who hopes to sign up a suf
ficient number of "little navy" men
to put up a.sUff fight against the naval
appropriation bill. In 'the event the
committee. recommends. two new ships.
The suggestion by navy officials of
the need of three. new ships sends shlv.
ers down the back of Mr. Burnett, who
redoubles his effort at the very thought
'of such an appropriation.
Wilson Engages Suite
Precedinglnaugural
According to dispatches received In
this city. President-elect "Woodrow Wil
son has engaged a suite of- rooms at the
Shoreham Hotel for the day previous to
Ills inauguration. It is said that he
was compelled to decline the Invitation
of President Taft to spend the same
period at the White House as his guest.
Mr. Wilson had engaged rooms for him
self and a number of close relatives,
it is sald
OBly (me "BROMO H?ININK"
That UIAXATIVE TirtOMO QUININE.- Look
(or the ilznature of E. W. GROVE. Cures a
Cold In Oo Day. Cure Grip in two days. aCc.-
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Shoes
' . They are certainly "Going
Some" these hi?h-erade Girls'
J and Boys' Winter Shoes which,
only because of the manufactur
er's delay in shipping, we are en
abled to offer at nearly One-third
below real value!
These are good stout, HONEST
Winter Shoes solid soles and heels
... . . . ..uppers of reliable leathers and every
pair bears, the. name of "HAHN" to GUARANTEE SERVICE.
Six attractive k'fnds of Misses' and Children's Gun Metal Calf,
citra nign cuu oiuitjl fcriuts also Patent Colt, Dull Calf, and Vici
Kid School or (Dress Boots.
$2.50 Kindsi
11H to 2
$2.00 Kinds
8J2 to 11
$1J0 Kinds
o to 8
and
250 iairs Bbyo' STORM" SHOES high cut with buckles
straps at top stout Storm Cnlf Uppers and Solid Soles, tfj-f f mm
Also C regular height styles -winter weight, tan or black Jb I U
button and laced shoos for boys. Sizes 1 to 5'. 1.XJ
10c pkgs uoid OCr
Medal Oats for . A ... Z3w
THE
J.T.D.Pyles'
Stores
I RESOLVED I f3A
I I WILL BUY myjMli
iBLACK'RAVEfB
1 Shqcs ' JHr 111
1 a AVE A SL, If
Here in Thirty-five Snannv Styles
Tans, Blacks and Patents In Any
Desired Shape, at
$2.50
rpFlJABLE SHOE ToZTSJ
Cor. 7IS and k.St
I9I4-I3I6Pa.Ave.
. Z33.Pa.7We5.E.
DYNAMITERS BUSY
AT PRISON LABORS
Hockin and Tveitmoe Peel Potatoes; Ryan Cuts Wood,
And Others Do Special Work in Convict
Garb.
PARROT VS. DIAMOND
IS ISSUE IN COURT
f
LKAVEX WORTH. Kan.. Jan. 1 Dep-llke place at all. It is light, open, sanl-
uty Warden W. H. MacKey, today saw
that twenty of tho' thirty-three union
officials convicted aa dynamite conspira
tors, pot down to their prison work. This
is their second day In prison here. Olaf
A. Tveitmoe, the labor leader of San
Francisco, was put at the task of peel
ing potatoes in the kitchen. At his side
tho warden placed Herbert S. Hocfiln,
hated as a traitor by his fellow-unionists.
Hockin was -put to washlnR dishes.
Preslden Ryan, or the ironworkers,
was sent to the carpenter shop to learn
woodworking, and at his side was placed
Pete Smith, of Cleveland.
Eugene A. Clancy, of San Francisco,
right-hand man of Tveitmoe in running
the Coast labor affairs, who also was
vice president of the ironworkers for
years, haa a Job in the prison store
room. Henry Legleltner. of Pittsburgh,
Denver, and Indianapolis, former mem
ber, of the executive board, was sent to
learn brickmaklng in the big prison
brick plant
At Work In Kitchen.
Billy McCain, of Kansas City, was
given a Job at the vegetable table Tn
the prison kitchen. E. G. W. Basey. of
Indianapolis: Frank Webb, of New
York; Mlko Young., of Boston; J. E.
Munsey, of Salt Lake; John T. Butler
and Phillip A. Cooley, of New Orleans,
ana the others of the dynamite party
were given "work in' the structural steel
construction work on the new wing of
the prison.
Mentally and physically changed were
the thirty-three convicted union official;
today. They were not tho same talka
tive men of a day or two ago. They
spoke and acted automatically, stopping
occasionally to bend a quizzical gaze
upon their prison earb, a sort of coj
larless, shapeless blue Jeans material.
' meais tney do not dine together, but
M"v.. rea aD0""""- i"0 D"s aining room.
Thirty-two of the men are cellmates
and may talk to each other In the even
ing for a little time In low tones, but
Herbert S: Hockin, branded traitor, sits
ajone in his cell, scorned by his assist
ants, more alone than any of the 1,37
prisoners.
Fall Into Routine.
Today the thirty-three men had fallen
well into the routine of the orison.
Their step was military and their bear
ing erect. Jn marked contrast to the
easy, slouching gait of many of them
about the court-room .aflndlanapolls.
xeacnnortli prison is not a prison-
tary, and built of white stone, marble
and brick. The prisoners have enter
tainments, an orchestra to play for
them at meals, a baseball and football
league and other forms of recreation.
They are permitted 100 cigars a month
and chewing tobacco once a week. They
get half an hour 'to smoke and talk af
ter noon dinner.
Senator O'Gorman
To Succeed Rayner
Senator'O'Gorman of New York has
been chosen by the Democratic steer-
Ling committee of the Senate to succeed
senator ayner on me rorcijjn nciii
tions Committee. Senator Fletcher will
succeed Mr. Rayner on Judiciary. The
Republican, Senators have decided not
to fill theyacancy on the Finance Com
mittee caused by Senator Hcyburn's
death until the reorganization of the
committees next spring. ,
NEW YORK. Jan. i-Olga Petrovav
Russian singer and dancer, and Bar-
thoidi, the bird trainer, who appear in
rival acts on a vaudeville bill at a
local theater, go into civil court to
day to decldo which is tho more valua
ble, Bartholdl's 'Jl.OOO" trick parrot or
Miss Petrova's $300 diamond, now re
posing in the bird's thorax.
The parrot nipped the diamond outl
of the dancer's ring.
She wants the bird "opened," and'
Bartholdi protests that the fowl is
worth more than the diamond.
ft'
SPECIAL NOTICES-
HUNDHERS TJPO HUNDHEDS et th
salary and wage camera of Washington
are facing tha New TTcar cheerfully became
they have money with ua to which they art
regularly adding; which la earning more
money for them all the time, and upon
which they can draw at any time In cat.
of a real need, desire, or opportunity. Steady
and persistent saving brings the big -results.
Call or send for the little pamphlet
that tells all about It. '
Perpetual Building Association,
11th and E Sts. N. W.
"CASCARETS" BEST
FOR THE BOWELS
No headache, bad taste, sour
" stomach or coated tongue
by morning.
It is more necessary that you keep
your Bowels. Liver and Stomach clean,
pure, and fresh than it Is to keep the
sewers and drainage of a large city
free from obstruction.
Are you keeping clean Inside with
Cascarets or merely forcing a pas
sageway every few days witn salts.
1
'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiti
SOW IS THE TIME.
REMEMBER THE HOME OF
GOOD ICE CREAM
AND -ICES. ALL. FLAVORS.
$1.00 peraaL 50c haIfGal
We give you the best.
We- Deliver Promptly.
GEO. H. AilREIN,
1003 N.- y. ave. Ph. M. z3t
ANNUAL. MEETING of the stockholders of
the Slemund Wenzel Electric Welding
Comoanr. of Washington. D. C. will tv hM
at the ufflces of the company. Room 51: Col
orado Building. Washington. D. C. Monday;
January 13th. 131J. nt 2 p. m.. tor the pur
poses of electing Directors for the ensuing
year. y. . junum, secretary.
OFFICE OF THE FIREMEN'S LNStTRAXCB
comi'a-m or wasnington ana Georgetown.
tn street ana .Louisiana avenue. nartnwt-
The stockholders oC the .Firemen Insurance
iAHvnnn.. M, TtTa.flf flirt., .nil np..l.An. s.ltl
cathartic pills or castor oil? This is im-,meet at the otflce on Monday. January a;
portant..
.Cascarets immediately cleanse and
regulate the stomach, remove the sour,
undigested and fermenting food ' and
'foul gases; take the excess bile from
the liver and carry out of the system
the constipated waste matter and poison
in the Intestines and bowels.
No odds how badly and upset you
feel, a Cascaret tonight will straighten
you out by morning. They work while
you sleep. A 10-cent bo from your
druggist will keep your head, clear,
stomach sweet and your liver and
bowels regular for montl's.1 Don't for
get the children their little insldes need
a, good, gentle cleansing, too.
1 1513. for the purpose of electing II directors'
lor tne ensuing year, mm open ai u. a,
ra.. and dose at 12 m. W. M. HOFFMAN,
Secretary.-
RECEIVERS' SALE.
Entire stock of the F. K. B. Co.. No. 1118-11
Kth St. N. W.. consisting of a complete aa
sortment of automobile supplies and acces
sories, also rubber goods In great variety.'
All goods at bargain prices for quick clear;
nee. '
THE BEST BREAKFAST EVER. PHIt.
LIP'S "GENUINE" HOME MADE SAU
SAGE. ,'AL.L, PORK. For sale at all leading
stores or Columbia Prow Co., SJ3 La. -ave.-
OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 9 P. M.
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High-Grade Furniture at 25 to 60 Less Than Our
Regular Underselling Prices. Liberal Credit Terms !
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"Help me to deal ;
honestly with woriis ,
and people, for they are
V
both alive." Van Dyke.
THE thought exprMMd in the above quoUtiwi
has been a guiding star for Parkr-Iridgtt,
the nationally known men's store, i tlwir
advertising and btuinew methods.
JlWe want the confidence of the public w iirite it.
We realize that men, with bargain shouts comttaatly
dinged in their ears, are prone to take kindly to
boastful, of ttimes impossible statements.
UThere is a general awakening on the public's jart
our quarter of a century's success in dealing with
men has proven to us that men are JUfTLY
jealous of their confidence. -"' "' '
HP-B, the nationally known men's store, has "creed
of business" a simple creed we want to giW fe
licity to today ibis is the creed:1 "VnmiMtwtvn
prices in regular season and an absolute dlearaaoe at
the end of each six months' business.
flThese clearances, or "sales," are na4eis a
straightforward manner, the prioep are in pWai.lg
uree, the original prices remain.' Yo gsttfcc bssidfc
of the OENUnfE and GIHIXOUS reduoladM. :'J"''
Aside from this business policy and the neaetary
savingmen are interested' in the znagnifieeat &
plays of winter-weight Suits and Overcoats the
"P-B" hand-tailoring the quality materials tae
great assortment of styles. ' ., '
The P-B Mid-Winter Clearance 8fJe;: '
is a model of modern merchandising aetheds.
Every article at Parker-Bridgefs is sold with a. gaartmtee -of
absolute-satisfaction .';' "r J
'until. i n
&
Extraordinary Sale of Over
Three Thousand -Yards ir
Room-Patterns of Sanford's I
and Smith s Famous Makes
of Genuine Tapestry Brussels
Carpets Qualities Worth Up
to $1.25 Yard SQi
Sale Price .... OJJ C
An extraordinary bargain in carpets famous for
their quality and durability. All choice patterns in
Sanford's and'Smith's' famous Tapestry Brussels Car
nets. Room-size patterns only so bring the dimen
sions of your room.
is?
ThisCombination
High Chair and
Room Cart
-$4.00Value
$1.95
An ideal High Chair
for baby. Has tray
front. When collapsed it
makes a convenient cart
in which to move the
baby around the house.
This Exact $15
Double Door
OAK
WARDROBE
The Avenue at Ninth.
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SPECIAL NOTICES
Very roomy Oak
Wardrobe ; carved top
and double doors, with
one large lower drawer.
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FURNITURE CO.
Corner Seventh and D Streets N. W.
THE
JOHN
WEDDERBURN
CO., v
LEADING LIQUOR DEALER,
v6!6618 F ST. N. W.
Telephone orders given prompt atten
tion. Main SIM.
OUR LEADER IS
SHERWOOD WHISKEY,
79C PER QUART.
SaUsfactlon guaranteed or money
refunded.
PROMPT AND POLITE
SERVICE.
LADY CLERKS.
When your purchases amount to $3.00
we give you $1.50 rebate In trade.
' THE
JOHN
WEDDERBURN
CO.
SPECIAL MQTICE
THE ANNUAL. KEBTDfO of Mm -filif)-"
ers or the' 1Tsihlrlsiillsl..j MtTtrin
Company trill b hWat tAo oMw eC tk.
Compsny. Hth and Bast CHWi 8USIIS.
juhlagton. D. C on Satarday. T.anarr K
Utt at 1S.-W, o'clock, noon.
In connection thtrewHh. ta. boeta.fsr Um
tnnsfKr or stock or said nmp.nTP'iniisii
? "e, By-Laws) will tw ckuMd..&em tt
elewe of boslness on Jaasary A. MU. t. ta
opcnlns of bustnesa oa January ja. UtU.
a- xt- juwan. egtay.
THE ANNUAL. MEETING of lb. SSacIjImW-
N.riJU.'i A00 nacosua Pntsmao. .Jilvsr
Ballraad Company will bo beld at.tbo oflk.
oi ms (.ontpany. iitn and East Csallirl
Streets. f'ashlneton. D. C. oa Stter.
January IS. JSH. at KM o'ctockTuooaT
In connection therewith, the book foc the
transfer of stock ot said CowpanMparsua
I?n.UwrIlyIraw, wUL doseoV.froa ta.
clow or business on January .. 1JU. t. ton
openlnr or business on. January 1ft" IJ.
S. It. BOWEN. Secretary.
THE ANNUAL. MEET1NQ of the atockhoM
era or thi nMr.fAn a nr-...fiM..
nii. .:.ii77r i.Ti. "V?" ' ??
-r"""J j-wnpj win ue? neux at tne on
o. um ompany. aitn ana. East Oa
blreets. Waditnrtnn T.. - .cJ
January is. isii at i-nn nviv J -.
In connection therewith, the bookr fortti.
transfer of stock of said Company tporsaaat
to the Iw-Laws) will be closed front iK
close of business on January 4. ISO. to ta
openlnr of business on January l. 1M3. S
II a R. BOWEN. SecretarxT
THE ANNUAL. HEETINQ of tho atockhoM-
Vashlncton will te held at 'the of See of. Hi.
j..,.vuj. jtu, ana rjji uipitot streets.
Ykaahlnston. D. Ci. on Saturday. January, tt.
ISO. at K.-OJ o'clock, noon. w''
In connection therewith, the books forces,
transfer of stock of said Company (pursuant
to the By-Laws) will be closed from the
close of bustnesa on January 4. ISO. to ta.
openlnr of business on January 10, jjb. '
o. tt. tiUKia. Secretary.
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WHILE YOU AEE
DOWNTOWN
X Stop In and try one of our FAMOUS
T LUNCHES. 13 to 229 p. m. DeUcloua .
Dinners. & to 7:30 p. m.
LUNCH 35c
DINNER 75o :
Itestaurant A LA CARTE.
FROM 7 TO 7:J0 P. M.
LINCOLN CAFE :
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HIIMIM-I'-HIIlIII't'M'III.
THE CORCORAN GALLERY
OF ART.
Fourth Exhibition of Contemporary
American Oil Paintings.
Open. Until January :5th. 191:. as Follows:
Week days, from 3:00 a. m. until 4:20 p. m.
Sundays, from 1:30 p. m. until 4:9 p. m.
FRIDAY EVENINGS. FROM S:C0 P. II.
UNTIL, 10:C0"P. M.
Tuesdays. Thursdays. Saturdays. Sunday,
and FRIDAY EVENINGS, the admission Is
FREE; on other days un admission fee .!,
twenty-five cents Is charged.
INAUGURAL. COMMITTEE.
COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC COMFORT.
Rooms 30 and 31. U. S. Trust Uutldinp. Penn
sylvania ave. and Tenth st. N. V.
All parties deslrtne to furnish quarters to
vliltora durlnc inauzural period, are re
quested to call at this office or rend de
scription of rooms, statins the number ot
persons that can bo supplied with beds or
cots, with or without meals, terms, etc
M. I. WELLER. Chairman.
1 Committee on Public Comlort.
BUV A COPY of "AVIATION." latest catetii
son.. published In Washington. ,,1
THE ANNUAL- MEETING, of th. stockhold
ers of the Brlahtwood Raflv t'nmns..
wil! behei.d Jf. oUce ot tno Compaay.
S . tTV',ri'"r a trews', naanington.
D. a. on Saturday. Janoarv u, lJU. at'UM
o'clock, noon. t " ..
In connection therewith, the books for th.
transfer ot stock of said Company (pursuant
to tha By-Laws) will be closed from th.
close of business on January t 1JI3. to th.
openlnz of business on January 10. lSli.
a R, BOWEN. Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of th. stockhoW-
f.?.? the Potomc Electric Power Compaay
will be held at the ofnea of th. Company.
Jlth and East Capitol Streets. Waahlnxtoo.
D. C.. on Saturday. January IS. 1S1J. at XZ:t
o clock, noon.
In connection therewith, the books for th.
transfer of stock of raid' Company (pursuant
to the By-Laws) wUl bo closed from th.
close ot business on, January 4. UU. to th.
openlnc of busincsson .January 10, lm.
S. It. BOWEN. Secretary.
THE ALFORD LETTER CO. ba moved to
607 15th st.. over Ford & Graham's.-, uppo
slte the Treasury, i
CEDAR CURE FOR RHEUMATISM. AN
EXTERNAL TREATMENT AND A POSI
TIVE CURE. .NO- CHARGE IF NOT
HEALED. CALL OR DROP A POSTAL. MS
IRVING ST.
PURSUANT TO SECTION L Article IX of
By-Laws, notice Is hereby dm thsr th.
annual meet Ins of the stockholders of The
ufiM. iiuuu ruijujr iut uiv uccuys ot
directors for the ensuing year and such other
business as may be brousbt before the meet
Ins, will be held at the otflce ot th. Com
pany. Thirty-sixth and M streets northwest.
Washington. D. C. on Wednesday. January
8. 1313. at 10:U o'clock a. m. The polls -Will
be open from 11 o'clock a. m. until 12 o'clock
noon. IL D. CRAMPTON.
Secretary.
THE ST. J AMES HOTEL
SPECIAL FOB
SUNDAYS.'
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER.
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