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T-JIE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1913. "
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II CROW" GARS ORCHESTRA HEAD .
1 OPPOSED BY DESIRES 160
BODir OF CITIZENS TO GIVE CONCERTS
Randle Highlands Association
Gives Instructions to Its
Federation Delegate.
Declarinc that It has no knowledge of
ny demand In the District for the sepa
ration of the white and the colored
races in the street cars, the Randle
Highland Citizens' Association has In
structed P. E. McKInney. its delegate
to the Federated Citizens' Association,
to vote against such a proposition should
It arise in the federated body, and to
report to the central association that
the Randle Highlands Association wjll
not Indorse any legislation looking to
the separation of the races In cars. The
icsue arose on a reference of the subject
from the Federated Citizens' Associa
tion, which reported that It Is trying to
obtain the sentiment of each citizens'
association before taking action.
Robert F. Bradbury expressed what
rrcvCd to bs the opinion of the asocia
Hon when he asserted that the organi
zation Is not concerned with the ques
tion of a separation of the races so
much as It is with the one of getting
more ctreet cars for the suburb.
At the same time the association
directed Delegate McKInney to cast his
vote In favor -of a tax on collateral In
heritances when that matter comes up
in the Federated Citizens Association.
There was a lengthy discussion of this
question, on which C. A. Barker de
mended that the association have ful
ler 'Information. It was given by Dele
sate McKInney and there was so much
sentiment in favor of the taxation of
Inheritances generally that the vote in
favor of having the association declare
for tills form of taxation was unani
mous almost.
Discuss George Report
Starting a prolonged discussion of the
Henrv George report on taxation In the
District, a matter presented by a spe
cial committee, of which P. E. Mc
KInney was the chairman,, the associa
tion was compelled to lay the recom
mendations of the committee aside tem
porarily to consider other business.
Two of the committers recommenda
tions had been dUcussed when this was
done. One of them was that property
should be taxed on its full value, the
other that the true consideration should
be named in all deeds and bill's of sale.
Many views for and against each propo
sition were given. Finally, the commit
tee's report, with Its list of recommen
dations, went over for a while
Because It Is feared that If the asso
ciation demands a new bridge to span
the Anacostla river at Pennsylvania
avenue southeast 'In lieu of the $50,000
drawbridge the Commissioners propose
to build af the Instance of the War
Department, that the plans for the
reclamation of the Anacostla flats may
be delayed Indefinitely the organization
determined to request the Commission
ers to build a new bridge Instead of In
serting a draw only, but to 'make It
plain that the organization will be sat
isfied. In the event that the new bridge
cannot be constructed In time, to have
the draw built to "harmonize -with a
new" bridge which will be bunt ulti
mately. It Is necessary to have a draw
bridge put In to get the machinery for
the reclamation work above the bridge.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company, It
was 'reported.! has plans for a new
bridge, with a fifty-foot" draw. Just east
of the structure at Pennsylvania ave
nUe. to replace 'the present railroad
bridge. - - '
Ask For Lights.
Members offhe association expressed
themselves strongly over a report from
Captain Schley that when the munici
pal officials deemed certain lights asked
for by the association to be necessary
steps will be taken to provide them.
The association had asked for the street
lights, and on motion of Mr. Bradbury
it was voted to send back a communi
cation stating the association considers
the lights necessary.
2lew members elected were C W.
fitaasberry, E. Minor and W. H.
Sweedie.
Resolutions on the death of George E.
Crane, who was a leading member, were
passed at the instance of President S.
B. Snyder.
J. M. Brooks, chairman of the com
mittee on police, said street lights are
needed on the south side of Minnesota
avenue between the street car line and
the town. It was agreed to ask the
Commissioners to erect additional lights
or to move from the other side some
ef the existing lamps.
.Secretary R. Relchard read a com
mcnlcatlon from the Commissioners
stating that the flagstone crossings,
asked by the association, will be put
down In different parts of Randle High
lands. George V. Blakeney. of the entertain
ment committee, reported plans under
way for an entertainment by the asso
ciation In February.
Washington Symphony Needs
Sum, Says J. Martin, for
Betterment.
GIRL TURNS TIF
BECAUSE SHE WANTS
t war
BETTER CLOTHING
Sees No Reason Why She
Should Not Dress as Well as
Other Persons She Meets.
Urge Brigade Posts
To Better U. S. Army
The concentration of the army or the
United States at brigade posts Instead
of at more numerous regimental po3ts,
a plan of reorganization which arm
officials have had under consideration
for some time, has been given great Im
petus by the discussions held during
the conferences of War Department
officials and army officers during tho.
last week, according to Secretary of
War Stlmson.
A plea for an endowment of JSO.000 for
the Washington Symphony Orches'tra
was made during the second of the sea
son's concerts at the Columbia Theater
yesterday afternoon. J. Martin Scran
age, treasurer and manager, vo'cing the
plea.
"We need to have the musical mas
ters presented to us In' sound Just as we
need to have the literary masters set
forth in print," said Mr. Scranage.
"Without endowment we cannot do this.
Chlcego ra'sed $750,000 for its orchestra.
We ask but a tenth of that sum. an
amount proportionate to the size of our
city. Give what you can and a few
powerful friends will do the rest.
Must "Pay to Dance."
"I shall not detaln.you longer for you
are doubtless recalling the concerto you
have Just heard and anticipating the
Slavonic dances yet'to'b'c" pluj cd. 'Those
who dance let me remind vou, 'must
pay the piper.' "
The powerful friends referred to by
Mr. Scranage arc a number pf wealthy
Washington men and -women willing to
give generously,' but they Insist.- It Is
said, that' the generalipubllc shall .show
some tangible appreciation of the worth
of the orchestra -to. the National Capital.
The concert yesterday began with jvj
concerto in wmch Miss Dasrman de
'Corval Rubnar was at the piano. It
being her second appearance in this
city with the Washington Symphony,
orchestra. She and Mr. Hammer's
men addressed themselves to difficult
music and proved their ability by in
terpreting a variety of masters. The
prelude to "Lohengrin" required the con
trol incident to a long crescendo and
a long diminuendo, while the listener
imagined meantime a vision of glory,
as expressed by the music a vision
In which the angelic host bears the
Grail toward earth that it may purify
mortal nearts.
Miss Rnbner Appears.
The Tschaikowsky concerto slgnalel
the appearance of Miss Rubner, who is
the daughter of Prof. Rubner, who
holds the chair of music at Columbia
University. Though but twenty-two
years of age. Miss Rubner made her
first bow to the public ten years ago.
Miss Rubner's performance seems as
tounding to those who .have heard other
concertos In which the solo has 'been
played only by women of mature
years.
The music, difficult as it was, show
ed the technical ability of ,leader,
pianist and orchestra. The andante
abounded In changes of motif. The
andantlno was lovely In its flowing
character, with woodwinds In the fore.
The majestic allegro -was a fitting
ciose. Great appreciation marked this
concerto and many floral tributes were;
showered upon the triumphant sollst!'
J. M.
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE A OHIP.
LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine l-emcne the
cause. There U only one "BROMO QUININE."
look for signature, of 8, "TV. GROVE. Sc.
NEW YORK, Jan. 15. Six weeks ago
Resale Gartneberg. eighteen years old,
of the Bronx, wore plain, cheap clothes
cud worked for $5 a week In a cigarette
factory on the upper West Side. Yes
terday, attired In a long fur coat und
earning a lynx pillow muff, she waa
locked up in the Elizabeth street police
station, on a charge of being a pick
pocket. It was the desire, for the line clothes
that caused the arrest of the girl. She
could not help it, the explained. Other
girls had line clothes, so why couldn't
she have them?
Detectives McKcnna and Cassassa
arrested the girl on the Eighteenth
Mieet station of the Third avenue "l"
in the afternoon, after they had seen
her take a purse from the chatelaine
baji. The Bronx police did not place an
credence at first In her story of being
a beginner In the pickpocket ranks.
They said tlat opening a chatelaine
jag and getting a purse from it with
out attracting the owner's attention
was one of the most difficult stunts a
pickpocket is called upon to do. And
they urged her to tell them who had
instructed her. But the girl Insisted all
she had learm-d about picking pockets
had beim self-taught.
"I dlc.Yt' Intend to keep on stealing
much longer," she said. "Only tho
women were so easy, and well. 1'
did want to get a few more pretty
clothes before I stopped.
"But If you will only let me go this
time," she continued, "I'll go back to
the cigarette factory and work. I'll
never take ano'ther purse."
She said the had had to give the Jo
she earned each weekas a cigarette
maker over to her mother, and she had
continued turning this amount in each
week from the proceeds of her thefts
after she had quit her Job. Her mother,
she said, did not know that she was not
working, as she left the houe each
morning at the same hour she had when
employed In the clgaretto factory.
Holds Baby for Board.
NEW YORKV Jan. IS. Frank Sanchor
was arrested on a' charge or abduction
because he refused to give up Joseph
Magber's baby when he was behind In
a board bill. Ho was released on 11,500
ball.
T
UCKER K
D
IS ORDERED TO PAY
T
ALIMONY TO WIFE
New Jersey Court Sets Sum at
$125 Monthly and $100 for
Counsel Fees.
Tucker KIngsford Sands has been
ordered to pay his wife, Mrs. Mary Har
vey Sands, who Is suing him for divorce
In the courts of New Jersey, $125 a
month alimony and $100 counsel fees.
The order for the payment of these j
moneys, which was signed by vice
Chancellor Howard, of Newark, N. J.,
decrees that Sands shall pay the ali
mony pending the decision In the suit
for divorce which Mrs. Sands brought
on the ground of desertion.
The Sands were married In 1890, and
have two children. Mrs Sands In her
suit avers that her husband left her
in i'jw. av that time tho family was
living in Richmond, Va. Sands, ac
cording to his wife's allegations left
her. saying that he was going to New
lork to better -his condition. She did
not see him again until the following
rebruary, when he visited her in Rich
mond, she says, leaving her the same
day. She alleges she has not seen him
since then.
Though Mr. Sands was not represent
ed in the New Jersey court yesterday,
counsel for Mrs. Sands said that the
nusband had been regularly served With
a summons In New Jersey, and on that
The Real Cause of
Most Bad Complexions
(From Family Physician.)
It Is a stern fact that no truly beau
tiful complexion ever came out of Jars
or bottles, and the longer one uses cos
metics the worse the complexion be
comes Skin, to be healthy, must
breathe. It also must expel, through
the nores. Its share of the body's effete
material. Creams and powders clog the
account the1 court had Jurisdiction, and pores. Interfering both with elimination
granted the allmnnv order.
Mrs. Sands avers that her husband
owns much property.
Mr. Sands lives at 200 A street south
Ocean Route Changed.
NEW YORK. Jan. 15. Another step
In the movement for greater safety at
sea was taken today, when an agree
ment to change the route of travel be
tween America and Europe was put
Into effect by all of the trans-Atlantic
steamship lines. Beginning with this
date it has been agreed that all of th
shlpi shall follow a line about sixty
miles to the south of the crossings
heretofore used at this time of year.
and breathings If more women under
stood tnis, there would be fewer seii
ruined complexions. If they would use
ordinary mercollzcd wax Instead of cos
metics, they would have natural, healthy
complexions. This remarkable substance
actually absorbs a bad skin, also ua
clogging the pores. Result: The fresher,
younger under-skln Is permitted to
breathe and to show Itself. An exquisite
new complexion gradually peeps out,
one free from any appearance of arti
ficially. Get an ounce of mercoltzed
wax at your druggist's and try It. Ap
ply nightly like cold cream, for a week
or so, washing it off mornings.
To eradicate wrinkles, here's a mar
velously effective treatment which also
acts naturally and harmlessly: Dissolve
1 oz. powdered saxollte in pt, witch
hazel and use s a wash.
SPECIAL NOTKJt
THE ANNUAL. MEETING of- tiw
holdera of the WA2HUNOTOX KAU
ELECTRIC 'COMPANY, for lbs nmi
.WAX
electing- -a .Board of Directors, to serve for
iu unai year asa IP innent'mii OtMr
basiaeesrs may properly! corn, betere- the
neio at
meeting, will be
at' th office, of, the
Company. lh asd Bast Casftet 'Streets,
WaahtaitoBj. tf C..a 8etHTday..Jawry
1U,- at- ll.-ee o'clock, noon.
a. R. BOWgN, geesetary.
Tim ANNUAL,' MEETING 'of-the' stock
holders or the ANACpSTIA aVFOTOMAO
RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY, fer.ahe .
poae of electing a Beard of Dlruwn;. to
serve for 'We ensuing; year- and to transact
such other business' as rear property ooaw
before -the meeting, will be held at to offtos
of the Company. 1Kb and East CatibJ
Streets, Washington. J. O. es-Sa&rlayv
Jexuary If. lHi'at '13.-o o'clock aooaf
8. R. BOWE.V. Secretary..
See Rent List of J. L. Kolb, 933 N. Y. Av. 1
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January Disposal, Sale
Of All
Winter Garments
Every 'Suit, Gown, Dress, Coat, Wrap, Included
in This Sale (Without Reservation)
" S$ecial Suits a $lj&.50
Formerly $30, $32.50 and $35
A group of (one-of-a-kind) alt this season's garments, in all the wanted fabrics and shades.
Special Coats at $.5.00
Formerly $25 to $30
One rack of Coats of Imported Chinchilla, Boucle, Imported Mixtures, and Novelty Cloths, in all
shades.
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26 Piece Silver
Set with $50
Purchases
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25 to 40 Reductions
FREE!
31 Piece Dinner
Set with $25
Purchases
Knights of Columbus
To Have Celebration
Carroll council. Knights of Columbus,
it HI celebrate Its fourteenth anniver
sary tonight with an entertainment to
which women have been Invited. An
address of welcome will be delivered by
Grand Knight William J. McGee. The
boy choir of the sacred Heart Church
will sing several selections as a part
of the musical program. Later there
will be dancing.
LOT Of ODD
Dressers
and
Chiffoniers
Values up to $16.50,
to close at
$7.95
Well Built Oak Dressers
and Chiffoniers, with French
plate mirrors. Various styles
to select from.
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Another Odd Lot of
High-grade
Dining Chairs
At Genuine Bargain
Prices.
We've assembled all the odd
chairs one to four of a style
to close ouf quickly at these
bargain prices:
$1 .00 Chairs, 39c
$1 .50 Chairs, 59c
$2.00 Chairs, 78c
$3.50 Chairs, 98c
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-V)NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR TO WE POTTED SIAXIS TBEA5UHY
. Special Banking Facilities
For Ladies
We are' particularly well equipped to han
dle ladies' personal or business bank accounts.
We have placed every convenience at their
disposal. Their department is distinctively sep
arate from the counters where the regular busi
ness of the bank is transacted, so they can attend
to their banking without interruption or annoy
ance. A special room fitted with every conveni
ence near the entrance of the bank is provided.
We supply attractive leather-covered check
"books and pay all checks in clean notes and coin.
Besides the courteous and careful attention
of the clerks in this department, ladies may at
any time call upon the officers of theNcompany
on any banking or investment matters.
We pay two per cent per annum, credited
twice a year, on all deposit accounts.
OFFICERS
Charles J. Bell .". President
Henry F., Blount Vice President'
Corcoran Thorn Vice President
Howard S. Reeside Vice President
James F. Hood Secretary
Charles E. Howe . Treasurer
Alfred B. Leet ...Assistant Trust Officer
David N. Houston Assistant Trust Officer
John G. Holden Auditor
W. W. Keck Assistant Treasurer
u
Milton E Alles
Charles J. Bell
Henry F. Blount
John C Boyd.
Samuel S. Burdett
Albert Carry
Murray A. Cobb
William M. Coates
Itobert Dornan
ILulph Kills
DIRECTORS
James E. Fitch
Daniel Fraser
William J. Flather
Henry H. Flather
James M. Green
Henry Hurt
John S. Larcombe
John R. McLean
Udward B. McLean
Clarence F. Norment
Frank B. Xoyes
Myron M. Parker
Joseph Iaul
Albert M. Read
Howard S. Keeside
Corcoran Thorn
Frank A. Vanderllp
John F. Wilkin s
Joseph Wright
p3f
Sore Throat
Tou owe it to your family to have
a bottle of TOXSIXtIXE ready for
instant use at the first appearance
of Sore Throat TONSILINE will
cure it, and by curing it you avoid
the danger of Tonsllitis, Quinsy,
Croup, Diphtheria and otherdlseases.
No wonder TOXSILINE- is o
popular a Sore Throat Cure. It is
made to cure Sore Throat When
you have Sore Throat the gateway
to the body is nick." T&en you neea
a- remedy you can be sure of
one made especially ror
rurinar Rpre-Throat-Don't de.
lay TONSHiINE'.Isthertltch -
in um&r- - ---' .
2 5-cents and B0, centg. Hos
ntal'eixe L00. All Dnif ffists.
THIS MAGNIFICENT MISSION SUIT
Table, Rocker, Armchair and Side Chair, Covered in Boston Leather
$1 3.75
m I H i H PUsm -Ma
ll 1 I U " Sirs' IV
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Four massive pieces, exactly as illustrated.
Designed on true mission lines, built of se
lected kiln-dried solid oak; finished in rich
early English. Every joint is mortised and
glued, and the construction is fully guaranteed.
The Rocker, Armchair, and Side Chair are up
hostercd in .genuine Boston leather. Th.e Table
Khas large top and lower shelf, with magazine
and book rack.
Cor. Sevenths
and DStreets
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Cor. Seventh
and D Streets
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LOCATION QUALITY DESIGN
COMniMS TO MAKE T1IKSI3 TIIUI.Y
DISTINCTIVE HOMES
tt TIIKY OVKHLOOIC FAMOUS
i ROCK CREEK NATIONAL PARK
5 (19th Street .o. 3140-31301
r-utory and attic.
R rooms and bath.
1-arse front and rear porches.
Lots. 22x125.
'O-ft alley..
19-ft. illnlnjc room
IS-ft. parlor, beautifully decor
ated. Illinds to all windows.
Hardwood floors throuRhout.
Beautiful hardwood staircase.
Decorated bath, with shower.
Large kitchen and pantry.
Itefrlgerator. Cold storage In
cellar.
Laundry, servant's room and
toilets.
Artistic electric fixtures.
These homes are built of the very best materials and the -workmanship
is strictly high class. .
$7,250 Terms as Easy as Rent
Take Mount Pleasant car to Lamont street, walk two blocks west.
it Open and lighted till 3 p. m. Salesman on premises.
H L. E. RREUNINGER, Owner and Builder
EDUCATIONAL
BERLII
ALt. LANGUAGES.
Superior native teachers
Terms Ileaionable.
Trial lesson free.
Tim Best MethoJ.
Day & KxeulnK heas1ns
At Kchcol or rtril'Iencc
LUises and l'rhst.
SIC Itth ST N. W. PHONE MAIN C1T.
ltruni-tu'i In oer CCIHcatllni; cities In Amer
ica. Europe anil Africa. Pupils tratellns may
f-uiuur tlic aiun 01 ineir iruns iroin una
city tu another wltbout additional cost.
NEW CLASSES CONSTANTLY rOitlHNG.
rmi lesson ircc.
SCHOOL
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
113 Kleeritli St.
SINGINO.
N. K. Til. Line. 1733.
ELOCUTION.
TIMES WANT ADS
BRING RESULTS
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
FIREPROOF
STORAGE.
We hao SI0 fireproof locked rooms, at J2 a
mrfnth up. Also spvclil atorass rooms for
planua, palntlnss. fun. etc.
MOVING. PACKING. bHIPPING.
MERCHANTS' TRANSFER
& STORAGE CO..
KO-r E ST. N. W.
1
GET OUR ESTIMATES on absolutely era
proof storage, rmnlng; packlnr. UNITSO
ETATE3 STOKAUE CO.. US-IO lwh sU N. VT.
Pnone M. ta. t
WAREHOUSE or atorace for rent near
UNION STATION: rear of K U. N. W.
Apply bctnwa 5 and p. m.
WE CO VACICING Ho use hole" mods tor
shipment: storace la private apartmenta.
Free haulln: to our storage. LdTTLEi'lELXJ.
AUVOHD 6z CO 607 Ulh aU nur. .
i'AUDEll ns. M&5 Id.: S-h. wagon. 3 Id.
Phnnr Main 19I5-191&.
COr.UMIUA TRANSFER & STORAGE CO..
90S N. Y. Axe. N. W.
PacUns and Shipping. Stone, ft va least.
THE ANNUAL aMSTINO at tta 'stock,
holders' of the OgORGETOWX ivn
itAMLbllUW.I 1MU.WAI COatPAXT,
for the purpose of alectlns; Boom
of Director to aerve far tif ' csaulnc
Tear and to transact such .utber hnri aa
may properly come before the BMetltHc. wilt
bo hekt at tHe ofrtoa oC the -Cuiwpaay. im
and Eut Capitol Streetsv WaatilnDH..U. c
on Saturday. Janary'Ja,llSMUrfB 'dock.
S. It. BOWSN. StcrqUry.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of Vbm ataak
holdera of the CITY SUBURBAN BAIL
WAT OF WASHIKOTOJf.'for too purooarot f
l.flln. Va m.9 mSl fill i I n . . .a.
Ike enjulnsryaar aBdrto-'tranaTt.awcB'oHwr ' 1
bualrteaa aa' may proenly- eombeTer ther- i
meetlnjr.,. will b held at the oSiet of tk-t i
company, iwn and jaaat capital t streets.
Washington. D, Con 0atudar. Jaaajryjs. .
Iizii mi mw 9 cioca. soon- f
. S: R. HOWEN. Secretary.
THE ANNUAL. ' MXBTIxb.' k tbo latoeaT-
holdera ot tho BRIOHTWOOD KAlbWAT
COMPANY. farCUe-pirjnaa Of .'tloctlctJ; a. ,:
Board of 'Ulrectora to aenra for tho eswutaa-
year and to transact ,aefe otter -b4Jnr aa a
may properly come, beforo ike meotlaaX, t wat '-,
bo held at the' oSIca.'of' the Ct.3ny;.Ur3t
and East Capltoj Streets. Waahlmlon. P.VC..
otr Saturday. Janoarr M. 1HX, at 13 iaeetc. i
Boon. - ".";
S. R. BO WEN., Secretary. -i
THE ANNUAL, " MEEtUTG of. the,mtAc3c. &
L boMera or the POTOMAC SLXCTKIiT ,
POWER COMPANT.-forrUw putaoaaaf eteei
Ins a Board "-or LMrectorr to' erV 'far
the ensuing year and; to traaaavet audi
other bnslntoa-. aj 'may , praoailr come .
before the raaetfeg; wilt be. lsea.t tiw osTlee
or too Company. Wh and -Beat Capttsl
Btreeta. Waahlngtoo. D. C. ,os Batordajv ."
January IS. 1313. at 1I.-00 clock, aoen.'
a R.-BOWBN. Beeretary. -,
DRUOLB88 HEALING-haa-XHeASKCON- :
QUEREO BY RESTORING theClRCULA-
TION of the. BLOOD .and NERVO-VITAL.
FLB1DS without MBtHCINEor SUROICAL, '
PROCEDURE. LOCOStOTOR-ATAXlJl. i.
BRIGHT-S DISEASE. yDIABBTES, 'INSOM
NIA. RHEUMATISM. aR fortna of PARAU
Y8IS and CHRONIC mllnteMa UtatBATFLS "
MEDICAL. SCIENCE. TIEU) qbK readily -l
to ine tuiuTivsiruwBK oiruaa eyatam '
of DRUGLESB HEALINO. It; baa the Is- j
doraemeaC of- the moot 'eminent P4nittaa 7
fof all aehootsl of thit voeld. ss-nklet sad
Consultation Free. Hoors.-Wa. m. to-s bmo. i, (
Bondaya. 11 to J. LADY- ABgHTTANT. , A
1825 U at, N. W. v
THE CORCORAN GALLERY
OFART.? it
Fourth Exhibition of Coatemporarr
American Oil Paintiags. - '
Open. Until January tfth. 1MJ. as FoBewK
Week, daya. from S.-09 a. m. unftl tM 9. 9. t
Sundaya. from 130 p. m. uatll tt p. as.
FRIDAY "EVENINaS. FROM .- P. M.
UNTIL. 10:00 P. It .
Tuesdays. Thursdays. SatOTdara. Soaya.
and FRIDAY EVENINGS. tbe admlaalQB to
TREE; on other days aa srtmlsatoi fecaf
twenty-fire cents la charged.
K'M-M-K-M-I-K-M-l-M I"1"I I-M !
WHILE YOU ARi t
t DOWNTOWN
Stop In and try b of oor TJLitetm
LUNCHES. U to 2dft p. m. rallclaiat
Dinners. J to 7:3 p. SB. """i
LUNCH .... Sfirt
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DINNBB i i. . 35gg
FROM -t JBJfmiKT ici-'i
L1NUOLN CAFE
u. -. a - -
K. tt aufl, ir, IL.tMC.
41 1 M-I I iH 1 1 XI.H I l"!.l I III
INAUGURAL COMMrrTEE.
COMMITTEE ON PITBTJC mvmBT
Rooms 30 and XL U. STrnst BolldJng. Pean
srlvanls, ave- andi.Testh sr V w
AH parties1 dealrlng to furnish quarters to
visitors during lnaugursT period, at re
quested to call at thla offlce or aead In
scription of rooms, stating the number of
persons that can be supplied with beds or
cots, with or without meals, terms, etc
M. I. WEXXER. Chairman.
Committee on Public Comfort.
THE
JOHN :
WEDDERBURN
CO.,
LEADING LIQUOR DEALER,
616-618 F ST. N. W.
Telephone orders given prompt attea
'tlon. Main 5431.
OUR LEADER IS-SHERWOOD.'WHJSKEY,
79U PER QUART.
Satisfaction roaranteed or money
refunded. '
PROMPT AND POLITE '
SERVICE. e
LADY CLERKS.
"When your purchases amount to.J5.0S
we Eive you tL50 rebate In trade.
. THE
JOHN
WEDDERBURN
CO.
: 1-
r;
HEAL.TH CHOCOLATES of-dellelons fresh
ness. DOLX.Y MADISONS'havo the' repu
tation. 40c lb: W Ulh N. W. Phone M. 61H.
THE ANNUAL. MEETING FOR ELECTION
of Directors of the EUREKA LIFE IN
SURANCE COMPANY OF BALTIMORE wBt
be held st the home office of the jcoaiv&ay
at Baltimore. Tuesday. February Ui 1112,'. at
13 o'clock, nooa.
J. P- HANSOM-
rresweni.
THE BEST BREAKFABT EVER. "PIIILv
LJP'B "GENUINE" HOME MADE SAU
SAGE. ALL. PORK. For eale at all lsadtca;
atom or Columbbx Fror. Col. S3! La.-st.
SUCCESSFUL. WOMAN COLLECTOR-aealres
bills to collect: have city references. Ad
dress BOX J45. Tln.cs office. -
001.1.1" MADISON CANDY.
40o LB. KNOWN AS THE BEST.
T HTH ST. M. SUt
MR. FRANK BORZE wishes to announce
that he has moved his business across the
street, opposite his recent establishment. M
it st. Shoe Shop. js
WEDDING RECEPTIONS
HNE CATERING
SteaM
BANQUET PARLORS
IU 1Kb St. JCs W. j
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