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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15. r 1913.
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Mallory Freighter Colorado
Strikes Reef Near Key
i West on Florida Coast.
KEY -WEST, Fla.. Jan. 13. Revenue
cutters from St. Augustine. Charleston
nd Savannah are hurrying litre to aid
the Mallory liner Colorado, whose wire
less messages say she Is ashore on a
reef south of here. She ha a crew of
fifty. Reports Indicate she is In no
danger. Wrecking tugs will aid reve
nue cutters in an attempt to float the
Captain Gambe, of the revenue cut
ter Mfaml, reported by wireless today
he was sailing under full steam to the
rescue of-thc Mallory steamer Colorado,
Which Is reported wrecked on a reef
of the Xortugas. Captain Cairnes, of
the revenue cutter "Windom, has re
ported by wireless that he has sailed
over the route' taken by the steamer
Eldorado, which was caught in a storm
off Hatteras, and is. several days over
due at Key West, but has seen no
traces of hen The Tortugas are situ
ated, at the extreme end of the Florida
keys, and. the channel there winds
through many treacherous reef. The
illaml-wlll have to proceed 125'mlles to
reach the Colorado.
Schooner on Shoal.
MOBILE, Ala Jan. 13. The three
masted schooner Melville Smith, owned
by a Philadelphia firm, ran ashore In
Mobile bay today, striking a shoal in
a danse fog. The vessel was en route
to Mobile from Porto -Jtlcan ports.
UnionCard Man May
"Head Labor Committee
Another union card man, and a former
president of the Bridge and Structural
Iron "Workers' International Union at
that, may head the Labor Committee In
the next House If the determined effort
no'w being made by the American Fed
eration of Labor in behalf of Congress
man Frank-Buchanan, of Chicago, for
tho Job succeeds. The retiring chair
man. .W. B. Wilson of Pennsylvania,
former general secretary of the United
Mine Workers, wai "defeated in his dis
trict .last .No vember.
Breach Is Caused Over Fight Concerning Resigna
tion of Member of Board Man Goes to Peni
tentiary for Two Years on Stabbing Charge.
WASHINGTON TIMES BUKEAU.
ALEXANDRIA- VA.. JAN. 13.
The breach between the two factions
of the common council of Alexandria,
Which has JVUltvl In a iHnirnTviitit
with the board of aldermen, preventing J
joint sessions of the two bodies to fill
vacancies in the city offices, was fur
ther widened last night when six mem
bers of the body Smith, Spinks. Mar
shall. Bryan. Burke, and BIrrell In
censed at the action of the majority
in accepting the resignation or Coun
cilman Tatcs, on the night of Its pres
entation, left council without a quorum.
The action of the six members fol
lowed a stormy session of the lower
board, wnlch, was"prec!pitated immedi
ately on the: J convening of council.
Councilman Charles; B. Swan, of the j
Fourth ward, recently gave an Inter
view to the- newspapers that he would
tender his resignation at last night's
meeting, but Instead of Mr. Swan re
signing, as he had promised, tho resig
nation of Mr. Yates, from the First
ward, was presented.
A motion to lay the resignation on the
table was lost and eight members of
the board voted to accept the resigna
tion and proceed with the election of
a successor to Mr. Yates. The minor
ity made the claim that this would be
unfair to them as they had received
no notice that there would be a va
cancy from the first ward and wished
time to consult with the voters from
that ward before electing its repre
sentative. When it became apparent
that the majority was in control and,
after the ruling by President Brumback
that nine members constituted a
quorum, the six members withdrew In
a body, leaving council without a
quorum for the transaction of business.
-t A banquet in Lord Memorial Hall
celebrated the fifth anniversary of the
BrooWand" "Brotherhood last night.
President Charles F. Tansll was toast
.Mwter, .and iheRev, "W7 "O. -Mllllngton,
Fred Barnes, and the Rev. J. M. Long
were Ihfe speakers of the evening. New
members elected to .the organization
were Charles H. Cox, H. I Leslie, H.
V. Bice,' C Staley. A. Sargent, J. A.
Smith and Dr. L. W., Fetzer.'
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Kill the Loathsome Germs
of Catarrh and Banish
Just as 'Jontr as .you have catarrh
your nose will Itch, your breath will
be foul, you Ti'ill -hawk and spit, and
you will do other -disgusting things
because you can't help yourself. The
germs,, of catarrh; have you in their
power: they ore continually and per
sistently digging Into and Irritating
the mucus membrane of your noae
and throat. Thev are now maklnsr
your life miserable; in time they will
lacerate the -membrane and prove a
fertile field for the germs of Con
sumption and other microbes.
There is one sure remedy for ca
tarrh and that Is Uooth's HVOMF.I.
Jut breathe it ttrouKh the Inhaler
and use the vapor treatment as di
rected. A complete out'it including inhaler
and bottle of HYOMKI is '51.00 at
druggists' everywhere. Separate bot
tles of Booth's HTOMEI if later
needed. 50 cents. James O'OonnclI
suarantees It. I
The jury In the suit of the iBoard,
Armstrong & Co.. vs. the Mutual Lire
Insurance Co.. of New York, to recover
115,000 on a II f? insurance policy held1
on the life of B. F. Board, president
of the company, returned a verdict yes
terday afternoon in favor of the plain
tiffs for 'the full amount of the poticy
with interest. The jury was out only
five minutes. All three cases which
have been recently decided against the
Mutual Life, on policies held on Mr.
Board's life, will be carried to the su
preme court of appeals of Virginia.
Henry Stephens entered a plea of
guilty In the corporation court yes
terday when he was nrralnged for stab
bing and cutting l'ctcr Snelllngs and
was sentenced to the penitentiary tor
The annual meeting of M. B. Corse
Camp. Sons of Confederate Veterans.
wkm held last night, but owing to the
absence of a number of members the
annual election of officers was post
poned until the February meeting.
In the circuit court today? the fol
lowing decrees were entered: John
Harris and wife vs. Gertrude Level 1
and others, confirming report of Special
Commissioner H. Noel Garner. John
Gordon Blake vs. Southern Hydraulic
Construction Company of Washington,
overruling motion to quash return and
Pupils Can Secure Points on
School Card for Labor Done
in Offices of City.
New German Anthem.
COPENHAGEN, Jan. 15. "Rule Teu
tonia rule the air. Drcadnaught build
ing nations please beware" to the tune
of "Rule Brlttanlt," Is a Danish news
paper's suggestion for a German na
tional anthem. '
Beginning with the February term
students of Business High School may
do as much as one-sixth of their work
outside the school and get full credit
for this outside work. Superintendent
Davidson today gave formal approval
to the credit system prepared by Prin-
j clpal Davis, of the Business High. Book-
Kecping. typewriting anu wie una are
ways in which a student can get school
credit for home or office work allied to
While as much as one-sixth of the
total work of the pupil may do accom
plished outside, the student will really
have to do It The installation of this
new system has been carefully safe
guarded and subject to restrictions in
suring Its efficacy, it Is believed.
The pupil will have to consult with
the principal first of all and after a
lengthy oral conference will submit in
writing the "data presented in the In
terview." Then the principal, the pu
nli s parent or guardian "and the em
ployer of the pupil must all approve in
writing this application. '
GIRLS! GIRLS! SURELY TRY THIS!
DOUBLES BEAUTY Of YOUR HAIR
All you need is a 25 cent bottle of "Danderine" Hair gets
lustrous, fluffy, and! abundant at once. - h i -
Immediate? Yes! Certain? That's the
joy of it. Your hair becomes light,
wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as
Eoft lustrous and beautiful as a young
girl's after a Danderine hair cleanse.
Just try this moisten a cloth with a
little Danderine and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. This will cleanse tho
hair of dust, dirt, or excessive oil and
In just a few moments you have dou
bled the beauty of your hair.
A delightful surprise awaits, particu
larly those who have been careless,
whose hair has been neglected or Is
bcaggy, faded, dry, brittle or thin. Be
sides beautifying the hair, Danderine
dissolves every particle of dandruff;
cleanses, purifies and Invigorates the
scalp, forever stopping itching and fall
ing hair, but what will please you most
will be after a few weeks' use' of Dan
derine. when you will actually see new
hair fine and downy at flint yes but
really new hair growing all "over the
scalp. If you care for nretty. soft hair,
and lots of It: surely get a 25 cent bot
tle of Knowlton's Danderine from any
drug store or toilet counter and 'just
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Now that Midwinter Clearance ShoeSates-are in-order, we
deem if our duty, as leaders in the Shoe! "Business-in Washing
ton to maintain our position, and offer-better values for the same
money than other shoe stores will offer, and therefore-announce
a sale of dependable Shoes (each pair bearing a wonderful ,guar
antee) that will outdo any of our former efforts, considering that
the Shoes offered in this sale are not "Safe" Shoes, but the
cream of our entire stocks, the largest and best selected Shoe
Stocks in this city. ' '
Choice of 6,000 Purs
Men's Burt & Packard $4.50, $5.00
Each pair carries the guarantee of a New Fair Fre& if the-upper breaks
through before the sole wears through.
In every conceivable style, all sizes and widths, all the new !&.'
Even the Patent Leather "Burrojaps" are guaranteed. (Can yourdealer do
this?) '. . '
'Remember, the price is stamped on the sole and the guarantee labeT is sewn-6a
the lining of the shoes by the Burt & Packard. Co., Inc.,, and you may choose from any
Burt & Packard Shoe in our entire stock. " .
General Clearance Sale
"A Word to the Wise Should Be Sufficient."
200 Smart Suits $Q.75 Tailored Suits. . . $'
Values up to $22.50. " Values up to $30.
Inspect these suits. Youwtll find them ideal.
All wool and beautifully
tailored; $22.50 value
$1 A.75 25 Handsome Coats A 95
tutifully I I 1 Beautifully lined. In as- V g'
1J . trakhan and Persian cloth; j g
Two of the biggest values of the season in coats.
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Tailored Dresses in charmeuse
crepe de chine and velvet. Values
up to $29.50.
75 Serge Dresses J
In white, navy, and brown.
Values up to $12.50.
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$6,$7nd $8 VtosT-AUSiieu
Widths, and ETerr Pir Lm
60 Dy in Obt Stock-Ckoice
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Ever Offered in This
737 to 741 12th St. S.E.
Just South Pa. Ave.
I Make Pain Fly
Lots 16.8 by 117.50 to 30-fl. alley,
Floors planed and oiled.
1'aved streets and sidewalk.
Itoom for RaraBe or btable.
Six rooms and bath.
Hardwood finish throughout.
Large lots and parkin? to alley.
Double porches, 7 by 16 feet.
Holland window shades.
Extra large closets.
Open and lighted evenings until 9 o'clock.
' COME OUT THIS EVENING
Take Pa. Ave. cars to 12th Street and walk south one square,
r o(, 1th street cars to J 1th, and G Streets Southeast and walk east
one square. Don't delay.
There's no "pain to my work.
It's done without the slightest
trace of suffering. Your aching,
decaying teeth are made sound
and whole, and comfort, health
and beauty restored to your
Easy Terms Low Prices
Gofd Crowns $!
1314 F ST. N.W, of 7th. AND H ST5 .N.E.
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FOR WOMEN -A
Choice of Over 3,000 Pairs of
Ladies' Goodyear Welt Shoes
Berberich quality, and in Patent Leather, Tan Calf
skin, Gun Metal Calf, White Nubuck, Black Satin
and Velvet every size and width-pl2, 14 and 18
button heights also Blucher and Laced Models and
extra high cut patterns our own $3.50,
$4.00 and $5.00 values choice
Gofd Crowns $! $ a $r
Bridgework. Jf t 3
Fillings in Gold, Silver, Plati
num and Porcelain, 50c to $1
427-429 7th Street N. W.
LarKCNt and Mont ThurouUIy
Kqulpiictl Parlor In Washing
ton. Appointment Mn lie
Mode Hr Telrphouf.
We Iterp open until H p. m,
far the arrontmoilatlnn of thoue
who cannot romp during the
da. .Sunday hours. 10 to I.
Choice of 600 Pairs Ladies' Hand-Turned Satin Slippers,
Plain or beaded vamps. White, Pink, Blue. Everysize
and width. Our own $3.50 values. Choice, $1,55.
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Shoe House Established 1868
1116-22 7th St.
813 Penna; Ave.
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