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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1913.-
Was Interested in Financial En
terprises and Also Author of
The funeral of Watson J. JCewton.
who died shortly after noon yesterday,
at his resldence(3a. Delafleld place,
will 'be held tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock from the residence.
Mr. .Xewton was one of Washington's
prominent business men. At the time
of his death he was president of the
Realty Appraisal and Title Company:
for six years he was president of the
District Title Insurance Company; he
was a founder of the Council ,FIre In-
. aurancc Company and the Lincoln Na
tional Bank, "and -"-for many 'years he
va a. member of the directorate of
---the Washington Loan and Trust Com-
' In addition' to his business activities.
Mr. Newton was known as a worker
for civic betterment and was the origin
ator 'of a bill prohibiting the building of
houses' on alleys leas "than thirty feet
"wide. For iilne years he was a director
of the Board of Trade. Mr. Newton
ivu a member of B. B. French ixxlge.
No. 15. F. A- A. JI. and also of the
George Washington Chapter, of the
Royal Arch. Masons: He was' an organ
izer of the .Grand Fraternity. .
Despite his other Interests Mr. Newton
was also an author of note. Among his
works Is a'novel, "Cupid and Creeds."
nnd a play, "Brambleton Fair." He
Also wrote -a. number of poems.
.Mr. Newton Is, survived by his wife,
two daughters. Miss Catherine A. New
ten .and Miss' Ellen E. Newton, and two
sons, A. 'P. Newton, of Buffalo, N. Y.,
and Watson P. Newton, of this city.
His nephew George P. Newton, also re
sides 'in', Washington. 0
, MRS. F. P. DIMMICK.
The funeral of Jlrs. Florence Palmer
Dlmmlck, "the wife of Brigadier General
Dtmmlck. who died Wednesday after
noon, took place this afternoon from the
chapel'of Wllllam'XJawler & Son. The
burlaljwlll he at Arlington Cemetery.
FRANCIS RICHIE HALL.
The last rites for Francis Richie
Hal, who died In Denver last Sunday,
were conducted this morning from, the
residence of his grandfather, James
Lackey, 1109 Lamont street. Requiem
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$ If vou want to be T
thankful on a
"Cold Winter" Morn,"
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S Prrillins' "Genuine" All-
?Pork Home-made Sausage t
? It Makes a Delicious Breakfaat. 4
4 ror ae at all the' best, stun and !
mrrieti or i
? COLUMBIA PROV. CO. ?
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4 ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY f
T DELIVERED. j-
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UKCGLESS .HEALING hu DISEASE CO,..
qb'ERED UY RESTORING the CIRCL'li
TION of the BLOOO and N'ERVO-VITAL,
FLUIDS -Klthout MEDICINE or SURGICAL
rnoCEDURE. LOCOMOTOR-A T A X I A.
BR1GHTB DISEASE, D1AHETES. INSOII.
A'lA. .RHEUMATISM, all formii of PARAL
TBIS and CHRONIC aliments that RAFFLE
MEDICAL SCIENCE. YIELX) quite readily
ta th CURATIVE POWER of thl. Syatem
of DRUGLESS HEALING. It bsa the In
doretment .of the niot eminent Ihyilc'ani
(of all schools) of the world. Booklet end
.'onJltatlon Free. Hours, lu a. m. to p. m.
Eiuuiaya. II to 1. LADY ASSISTANT.
PROF. H. X D. PARKER.
HT th at. X. W.
THE ANNUAL MEETING FOR ELECTION
of Directors of the EUREKA LIFE IN
BURANCE COMPANY OF BALTIMORE will
be held at the home office of the company
at Baltimore. Tuesday. February II. 113. at
13 o'clock, noon. J. P. SANSOM.
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t .WHILE YOU AEE $
? DOWNTOWN i
X fop ln and ry s jf our FAMOUS $
T LUNCHES. U la 2:S0 a m. Delicious X
X Dinner. I to J:"1 p. n.
Restaurant A La CARTE. Y
J. FROM 7 TO 7:30 P. M. V
LINCOLN CAFE X
JfTOP- MTH H N. W. AL J4U.
LEADING LIQUOR DEALER,
616-618 F ST. N. W.
Telephone orders jrlven prompt atten
tion. Main htat.
OUR LEADER IS
79C PER QUART.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money
PROMPT AND POLITE
When your purchases amount to $5-00
We give you JL50 rebate In' trade.
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UTtX BEST BREAKFAST EVER. PHIL-
LOTS "43ENTJINE" HOME "MADE SAU-
(AQE. ALL FORK. For cat at all leadlnj
alara 'f "-ColCmfcU Pror.- Co..- tj: La. ave.
FUCCESarUL WOMAN COLLECTOR desires
Villa -to collect; fcv city, references. A4
tM BOX Nc. Ttrata offlca.
mass was sung at St. Patrick's Church.
Mr. Hall was the son of Francis Richie
Hall and Margaret Lackey Hall.
WILSON B. AGAR.
Funeral services for Wilson B. Agar,
son of the late James B. and Susan
Agar, who died. 'Wednesday, were con
ducted this morning from the residence.
1022 Seventeenth stiect northwest.
WILLIAM S. BALLARD.
William S. Ballard, for twelve years
employed In the office of Senator Pen
rose, died last night at his home, 24 R
street northwest. Mr. Ballard was em
ployed In . the Senator's office at the
Capitol until 5 oclock last night and
was then apparently In good health.
Mr. Eallard - was a member of the
Ccmmandary No. 1 of the Knights Tem
plar. He also was a Shrlner and a
thirty-third degree Scotlsh Rite Mason.
Funeral arrangements have not yet
For Titanic Heroes
A memorial fountain for Major Arch!
bald Butt, military aide to President
Taft, and Frank Millet, the painter,
w.ho lost thelrllves In the Titanic dis
aster, which Is to be placed ln the
parking outside ' the White House
grounds wf.en- completed. is being maae
by Daniel Chester French, the New
York sculptor. Mr- French Is now
working on "the model of the fountain
ln his New York laboratory. Both the
sculptor and .Thorn is Hastings, the
architect, have donated their services,
and the actual cost of materials and
labor Jn erecting the memorial will be
paid from a- fund -subscribed by Inti
mate' friends of Major Butt and Mr.
Millet. President Taft is head of the
committee' In charge" of the memorial.
New Doctor for Senate.
Dr. Gallinger, Senator from New
.Hampshire, will' have a" professional col
league ln the-.Senate-In a short time.
The House has three physicians, but
Senator Gallinger is' the only physician
ln the Senate. Dr. Harry Lane will be
chosen Senator by the Oregon legisla
ture. Twice Jn Same Place.
HACKENSACK. N. J Jan. 17.-Automobile
burglars cracked the postofflce
safe a second time and were "stung"
again.- Mindful of 'the first attempt, the
postmaster had taken $700 worth of
Ban on Dime Novels.
BERLIN. Jan. 17. The municipal gov
ernment has undertaken to suppress all
trashy literature of the "dime novel"
variety, together with French roman
ces. SPECIAL NOTICES
THE AXN'UAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
holders of the National SaInes and Trust
Company, for the election of directors and
for such other business as may properly
come before II, will be held at the olflce
of the company, northeast corner ot 15th
street and New York avenue northwesl, on
Monday, the ZOtb day of January, 1S1J. at
I oclock n- m.
CHARLES E. NTMAN, Secretary.
THE DISTRICT TITLE INSURANCE COM-
PANY-JAt a meeting of the board of
directors of the District Title Insurance
.Company, held on January 15. 1911.. the tec-
IjUnr semi-annual dividend of i. together
'tl(htan extr4ivldenj of VZ. on the capital
IOCJ...DI wz Bdiu nnniAiujr W0 UCCI1CU
payable out- ot jthe earnings for the six
months ended' December II. 1912. the books
for the transfer of stock to be closed Jan
uary IS, '1912, and remain closed until Janu
ary. X'.. 1311, fm which date said dividends
shalt be payable.
WILLIAM CLABAUGH. Secretary.
COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC COMFORT.
Rooms 30 and 31. U. S. Trust Building. Penn
sylvania ave. and Tenth st. N. W.
AH parties desiring to furnish quarters to
visitors during Inaugural period, are re
quested to call at this office or send de
scription of rooms, stating the number of
persons that can be supplied with beds or
cots, with or without meals, terror, etc.
M. I. WELLER. Chairmen.
Committee on Public Comfort.
OFFICE OF THE WASHINGTON GAS
LIGHT COMPANY. Washington. D. C.
January 1G. 1913. The annual meeting of
the shareholders of the Washington Gas
Light Company for the election of Directors
and for such other buslnerv as may properly
oime before said meeting will be held at the
office of the Company. Nos. 112-417 10th
street n. w.. MONDAY. February 3. 1912. at
i; o'cljck. nnon. The polls will be open from
11 o'clock noon to 1 o'clock P. M.
WILLIAM B. ORME. Secretary.
.i. iitt.Tl.NG of the stock
holders of the WASHINGTON RAILWAY i
ELECTRIC OOMPANr. for the purpose of
electing a Bord of Directors to serve for
the ensuing yar and to transact such other
business as may properly come before the
meeting, twill be held at th- office of the
Company, llth and East Capitol Streets.
Washington. D. ('.. on Saturday. January IS.
1912, at 12:00 o'clock, noon.
S. R. BOWEN. Secretary.
THE ANNLAL MEETING of the stock
holders of the ANACOSTIA & POTOMAC
RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY, for the puj
pus! oi tlecting a Board of Directors to
serve for the ensuing year ami to transact
such other business as may properly como
belott the meeting, will be held at the office
of the Company. Kth and East Capitol
Streets. Washington. D. C. on Saturday.
January IS. 1912. at 12:00 o'clock, noon.
S. R. BOWEN. Secretary.
THE ANNLAL MEETING of the stock
holder of the GEORGETOWN AND
TENNALLVfOWN RAILWAY COMPANY,
for the purpose of electing a Board
of Directors to imt for the ensuing
ear and to transact such, uther business as
may properly come before the meeting, will
be held at the office of the Company. Kth
and East Capitol Streets. Washington. D. C.
on Saturday. January Is, 1913. at K:(J o'clock,
S. R. BOWEN. Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the stock
holders of the CITY & SUBURBAN RAIL
WAY OF WASHINGTON. lor the purpose of
electing a Board of Directors to serve for
the ensuing year and to transact such other
business as may properly tome Lelore the
meeting, will be held at the offlca of the
Company, llth and Eat Capitol Stieets.
Washington. D. C. on Saturday, January IS.
1913. at i::W o'clock, noon.
S. R. BOWEN. Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the slock
liolders of the BRIGHTWOOD RAILWAY
COMPANY, for the purpose ot electing a
Board of Directors to sere for the ensuing
year and to transact such other business as
may properly come before the meeting, will
be held at the office of the Company, llth
and East Csplto streets. Washington. D. C.
on Saturday. January It. 1913. at i::C0 o'clock,
S. R. BOWEN. Secretary..
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the s'tock
holders of the POTOMAC ELECTRIC
POWER COMPANY, for the purpose of elect
ing a Board of Directors to serve for
the ensuing year and to transact sufch
other business as may properly come
before the meeting, will be Jield at the office
t the Company. Kth and East Capitol
Streets. Washington. D. C. on Saturday.
January Is, 191:. at 1::00 o'clock, noon.
S. R. BOWEN. Secretary.
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NOW IS THE TIME.
REMEMBER THE HOME OF
QOOD ICE CREAM
AND ICES. ALL FLAVORS.
100 per Gal. g0c half GaL
We give you the besL
We Deliver' Promptly.
GEO. 1L AMREIN,
100-J N. X. ave. Ph. M. 223.
I WILL NOT BB RESPONSIBLE for any
debts contracted by my wife, Mr. Irene
Mlnltor Rundlett. or Mrs. Thorns II. Rund
lett. T. H. RUNDLECTV '
LEWIS JOUNBON & COMPANY. Bankers,
announce. ioe Teilretnrnt of Mr. Charles P.
Williams from the firm and the admission ot
Mr. EoJsmIa Woodruff, effective January
Court Grants Week's Delay in
Case of Man Convicted as
Justice Stafford In Criminal Court No!
1 continued- th'o case of Nathaniel
Green, colored, convicted of assaulting"
Mrs. Adelaide -J3. Grant on ChrlsUnas
nlglic until next Friday at lhc request
of the counsel for 4hedeftnduhL
One of the motions asks that the court
stay the pronouncement of the death
penalty", and' the ' other requests the
court to- disregard the verdict of the
Jury and Irrjpose sentence on Green's
plea 'of guilty. '
Justice Stafford gave counsel for the
defendant urit!ts Tuesday to file briefs
in support of their, contentions, and trier
Governrrient prosecutors -were given un
til Thursday .to'isubmlt their brlfs.
It was expected '.that- Green would bo
sentenced today, following arguments
on the motion to arrest Judgment. The
Jury convicting him recommended capi
Attorneys George II. Macdonald and
Benjamin L. Gasklns intend to make a
vicorous fight in the upper court to
save their client from the gallows. Their
principal contention is that Justice
Stafford should have 'accepted Green's
plea of guilty, and that the defendant
should not have. been placed on trial for
his life, but' rather 'should have been
given a term1 in-the penitentiary.
of Mrs. Mussey
Gives Surgical Prize
A fund of JL20O is provided in the will
of Mrs. Caroline LIndsly Mussey, dated
March 17, 1907, for the purpose of es
tablishing "the William H. Mussey Sur
gical Prize" at the Ulami Medical Col
lege, or Cincinnati, unio, me income to
constitute the price each year. The In
terest of Mrs. Mussey In the. estate of
her father is devised to her sisters.
Jul'a and Harriet LIndsly. The residue
of her estate Is left to the former sis
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The big Sale started yesterday and hundreds of eager shoppers have already been here,
saving HUNDREDS of GOOD AMERICAN DOLLARS on the best. Shoes to be had anywhere.
"MOVE-ON!" "MOVE-ON !" thousands of pairs of Winter Shoes at our three stores are
tagged "MOVE-ON!" with a price that will MAKE them "MOVE-ON!" n
SAVINGS for every member of the family from "Dad" down to the smallest Kiddie
For Men: 40 bind, of "TRI-WEAR"
SHOES, oir great leader and other
splendid shoes that usually sell at
$3.50. $4. and $5.
STRIKING WINTER STYLES
embracing almost the entire range
of shapes excepting the "STA
PLES" carried seaspn after season.
Button. Bluchcr and Laced Shoes, in
Tan or Brown Willow and Spartan Calf,
Black Steel and Gun Metal Calf, and
Tatent Colt Dress Shoes
choice or flat or high, narrow, me
dium and wide toes.
Men's $5 and $6 Shoes
Our annual "FLORSHEIM" Sale has started
with great excitement and YOU had better not
put off but COME NOW!
The sale Includes nearly all winter wclKlit "KL.OU
SHEIMS" but not the lighter sprliiK styles.
In all the choicest ten, black and patent leathers
most any desired style or shape.
f p Mens Winter shoes
OD That were $3 & $3.50
Moil of- the styles in this salt-
arc extreme Novelties, such as Patent Colt and
Tan Willow Calf Button Shoes with Tan Whipcord
Other styles are m re conservative shapes, for
young men a.id middle-: ged men, in Gun Metal
Calf and Patrrt Colt Blucher Laced and Button
Shoes. Narrow and Medium Toes. ALL SIZES
.while they last, at SJ..".
BIG SAVINGS on YOUNG FOLKS' SHOES
Boy' "Move-On" PricM.
A dozen heavy winter weight styles of
TItl-WEAIl" Shoes, easily worth $3 In the bent
tan and black lrathera Kcgular height and flJO OQ
high ciit Storm Shupn OuttmO
15 styles of other durable S2.50 grade Tan,
Black nnd Pati-nt Leather Shoes, lr.clud- (g-J AC
Ins "Ian ut Storm Shoes. Sizes 1 to C',a Oi.'Vu
Boys' Serviceable S1.75 and $2.00 Quality
Storm Calf or Box Calf School Shoes. (g" AZ
Sizes 3 to aVi Oi.lM
Small Boys' Dressy School Shoes, with
solid Doles and heels. OK a anil 21 1Q
i'and J1.50 kinds, at 7W
Cruelty of Husband
Starts Theft, She Says
Charged with the theft of a quantity
of dress goods from Mrs. Adelc Beau
haln. n mnrlltto liv whom she was cm-
: ployed for several weeks. Mr. Daisy
Cas'jy, who gives her desldencc as At
lantic City and declares that her pres
ent nlleht Is dun to the fact that her
'husband mistreated her, was sentenced
to pay a fine of $50 or serve a term or
six months when adjudged guilty In
United States branch of Police Court
yesterday. "My husband's attitude
toward me drove me away from home
In Atlantic City about eighteen months
ago." said the woman to the court wnen
asked what she had to say ln ner ae
fense. "I worked in a department store
In Baltimore for about nine months and
.,. nam. In U'nohlnHnn T tftrtk thft
dress goods because I needed clothing
and money." Mrs. Foster, probation
officer of the court, was oraerea to in
vestigate the woman's story.
Save Goats, Expel
Pest. Stop Malaria
Fort "Washington Is malarial; mos
quitoes carry the Injection; the mosqui
toes can be driven out by destruction
of rank shrubbery; goats are the proper
destructive agency but how can the
Jiollow-homcd ruminants be prevented
from ntbbllnc mountain laurel and
shuffling off before their work, Is done?
Tnis train or mougnt. ana we pruu
inm it pntalls will nrobablv be con
cluded and solved by detailing some
of Uncle Sara's artillerymen to act as
official goat-herds, to shoo the animals
away from laurel, according to officials
of the fort today.
Fort Washington, situated down the
Potomac river from here. Is known as
the most malarial po3t in me army.
62 Years Old Today
rMnf-,arTnfln Rrtlnmon F. Prouty of
Iowa. Is celebrating his sixty-second
v,i-ti,iav frulnv. He was born ln Del
aware, Ohio. Baron Barrymore,. Irish
unionist leader. Is seventy years oia
.l . AT, - . vim. Hmiwa tt r3rnrf
Is celebrating her thirty-first birthday.
Former .fosimasier ucuciai uou ju
rf-Yt ... . vAaffeAA Vlt ffIxtV-!(P.Vnth
year, and Congressman Ben Cravers of
Arkansas IS lorty-utm yen-ra uw.
See Rent List of J. L. Kolb, 923 N. Y. Ar.
For $3.50, $4 and $5
"TRI-WEAR" Men's Shoes
"VENUS" Women's Boots
For Women: 60 style of peerless "VENUS"
and others of the Wghest grade S3.50
to $5 Boots shown in Washington.
Smart, distinctive "NOVELTIES"
including 12 to 15 Button Boots.-7-button
College Boots, Blucher and
Straight Laced Boots.
Somo of the new Enprllsh recede toe
Htvles also medium to wide, short-front,
Vtubby'- toe styles, with low or hlsn
In Tan. Kussla. Willow or Spartan
Calf. Black Demi-Calf. Brown or Giay
Buckskin and Patent Colt.
that were $3 and $3.50,
were J3.50. Some
Girls' "Move-On" Prices.
SO shapely, correct flttlnc; styles of Misses' Boots,
worth 12 and J2.."0.
Extra Hlnh-eui STOHM BOOTS in Gun Metal
Calf and Regular Height School or Dreas Shoes
in Patent Colt. Vlcl Kid. and Gun Metal Calf.
Sizes 11'. 5 to 2. V.iluos. $2 and $2.50, at
$1.45, $1.69 and 81.95
Same for htnnllcr children wearing sizes
Same fcr little tots: nlze-H as larjre as 8.
u V?!:L?'??.... 95c and $1.19
2-fiEJjABLE SHOE HdLi
JURY CONSIDERING DIPLOMATS THINK
CASE AGAINST MAN TURKEYINTENDS
WHO DEFIED PUJO
Money Trust Pr.ober Tells of
Broker Refusing -to Give
Names of Bankers.
The grand Jury today took up the
case of George G. Henry, of Solomon
& Co., New York, bankers, who refused
to give the House Money trust com
mittee the names of twenty-four na
tional bank officers who profited ln a
syndicate formed to market stock of
the California Petroleum Company.
Chairman Jujo was. the only witness
to appear before the grand Jury. United
States Attorney!-Clarence R. Wilson Is
handling the case ' personally, and con-,
ducted tho examination of Congress
PuJo, who simply related the circum
stances of Henry, declining to answer
the question aDOUt'the names1 of the
d.... r wnnr is following the
procedure adopted In the prosecution of
Eiverton . unapman. a. c ..";;
broker. In,. Chapman was Indicted
-:. .. 4-wa tha'mimAii nf united
States' Senators "who w,ere alleged to
have had dealings in sugar stocks with
Refusal to answer pertinent questions
misdemeanor punishable Wboth flne-
ana impnsnmem iw w .vw ...... ..
from one month to one year lmprlsn
ment. Research; Bureau to
Aid Congress Urged
ncMrh on law-drafting depart
ment for the convenience of Congress,
modeled upon the -Wisconsin legislative
1... a.. ...Ill Via nmvlHftrl In
reierente nuicau, ."," J; l;r 1
a. bill which Senator La Follette an
nounced today he', will introduce.
tOnly One "BTtOMO QUININE"
Is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look
for the signature of E. W. OROVK. .Cures a
CoWIn.One Day. Cures Qrlp In torn days. 3SC
Thousands of pairs of Goodyear Welt Sewed
up-to-date, smartly fashioned boots in fully 50
different kinds. . , , ..
PATENT COLT or GUN METAL CALF button
and laced hoots, with cloth, calf or whipcord tops
medium or wide toes-low or hleh heels; 3 snappy
styles TAN CALF Button Boots.
Women's Stylish Boots dj I Qtf
and Satin Party Pumps, P 1 ZJO
A sale of $2.50 and S3 values!
Black. White-. Pink, and Blue Pumps, or tnstep
Htrap Pumps. 10 prettr stylrs. trimmed with pretty
satin bows it ltrse chiffon pompons.
S2 splendid w.ariiiK styles of Gun al C air.
Black Velvet. Patent leather, and Vlcl Kid Button
and I.ate Boots; In popular shapes, with low or
!. .s..k.'.n S1.19 and $1.39
233 Pa. Ave. 5.E.
Envoys of Powers Sure Silence
of Sultan Means Pressure Is
LONDOX.Jan; 17.-DIpIonjats were
marking time oday,, awaiting, some word
from Constantinople, and even the best
Informed , persons .were considerably ln
the dark, but It was confidently ex
pected that peace would bo brought
about, very soon. The silence of Tur
key was taken to mean that the porte
was persuaded to give In to the terms
So far, as was known here the much
herald!) 9-ron.t '..........it ' .f
1 - 0w wwm.jwH ill UUIISUIIIU
nople .had 'not been called, and tho am
bassadors Wem. fnrirttl'no. tn, nnnnhlli.
.note of the greats powers, until Turkey
maae some move.' '
The German nmna.!i m n.i,A.
Ity for the statement, that the -powers
cre in accoru on tne- Turkish ques
tion, the note was "ready, and the 'am
bassadors were awaiting only 'to 'give
Turkey a chance to take the Initiative.
In the- meantime, all of the peace
plenipotentiaries remained Jn London.
-Turks anfl Tat1rnn .rAm..- i, '-
They said they were awalUng Instruc
tions - '
Pigeon Brings News.
'NEW -YORK. Jan. 17.-AIbert Lewis'
was awakened bv thn tannine t ..
pigeon at his window: A note told
Him icuiy uiuer oiscons naa Deen re
covered by the -police.
25 to 40 Per
This Exact $38.50
aaa---rfZiiaflgjr 7 . 7aaaai -.
DAVENPORT COUCH BED
INCLUDING GENUINE PELT MATTRESS . :
Only one pull of the
lever one turn of the
mattress is needed to
transform this Sanitary
Steel into a
coir i b 1 e
bed on re-
storet . . tractive
Davenport Couch. The
price includes a gen
uine felt mattress.
ilW)laiF bMbk wl
Strike-breakers to Sing.
PPRINCETON. N, J.. Jan. 17.-Twclve
students will go to Trenton. N. J., to
sing In a choir as strike breakers.
Women are generally careful about
the state' of their health, and they are
ant, to 'make sood use of remedies
Known as disease preventives. Germl-
ciaes and antiseptics are inciuaea in
this class, but the. greatest care should
bn xe'rclscr in Yiilnc-anv" which contain
poisons," unless prescribed by a physi
By reason of Its absolute saTety and
its beneficial results, physicians have
strongly recommended Tyree"s Antisep
tic Powder. It is unequaled as a pre
ventive of contagious disease, healing
diseased tissues, ulcers, and delicate
membrane passages and Ideal as a
iiminh. A -u-pnt tncltafre makes two
gallons standard solution. Sold by
druggists, everywhere. Send lor book
let and free sample,
J. S. Tyree, Chraalst, Washlastua.. A C
'We'luiv'sl0 fireproof locked rooms, at C a
mohth up.': 'Alio tpcclal atoracs rooms for
planoa.'.palntlnss. tors, etc
MOVING. PACKING. SHIPPING.
& STORAGE CO..
scc-r E ST. N, w.
GET OUK. "SSTI MATES en anaolufty a
nnsaf rtoraza. movlnjc Dacklnrl UNIT.
STATES-STOPAaE CO. tUO 10th ac N. W.-yhonaJC-4S!.'
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AL.VORD CO . EOT th at. nw.
PADDED vans. 1 & Id. : I-h. waon. J3 Id.
Phone Main 1915-19M.'
S05 N. Y. Ave. N. W. I
Packlnc and Shipping. Storare. XZ van load.
Reductions on Quality
This Exact Swell
Mirror Top .
$4.50 Dinner Set
31 Pieces, $32
Quartered Oak Finish
China Case: full swell
Door, three-mirror top,
carved claw feet, bent
glass ends, and heavy
glass door; containing a
beautiful 31-ptece Din
ner Set a. total $32.00
value. All for J1S.T3.
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Lecture Mm Catftiorhii? (
The New California will bo tnejafc
Ject ot atf Illustrated lecture U -be-j glveri
tonight at 7:38 at the llc Ubrarr.
under tho auspices of the- CaHlernla.
State Association. ',
9 P. H.
in the House
of 1 75
to Go at
" in Solid,-Brass; 'either
bright or satin fiatsfc;
' the $4 kind. On sale
til Jjan. 19, j
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I New Yark-Ave. asi 13li M. .W
Beautiful Three-piece Parlor Suite; heavy
crotch mahogany-finish frames; best mercer
ized silk velour cushions, with silk tassels.'
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Corner 7th and
D Streets N. W.
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