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THE WASHINGTON TBIES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1913.
TO Si PRAISE
Opera Stars Will Take Part in
Big Display in Capital on
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dety of Columbus, Ohio: of the famous
singing: society of Sacramento, cal.; of
the Mendelssohn Cjlee Club. In New
York: of the St. Cecilia Society and
the Handel and Haydn Society of Bos
ton, and s'.ee clubs from other cities will
be There to take. Dart in this section.
Miss Flora Wilson, daughter of Sec
retary Wilson, of the Department of
Agriculture, chairman of the music
section of the pageant, pave out today
Hrellminary details of her section,
r 'which includes what will probablv be
the . finest' musical display ever given
in any city.
.Miss Wilson Is an opera slneer of
tsqme note, and Is, familiar with -the
work. If Is her-nuroose. -she' declares..
In hls pageant to show what 'has Jfceen;
r accompusnea .nere in music lines, to
.present a contrast of the showing with
the past.- and indicate as far as possi
ble .what can be accomplished in the
Aims To Show School.
"I want to show something' in this
Bgeant that shall .demonstrate, the
benefits of a National School of Music,"
said' Miss Wilson today: 2.Tihe work
of vwomen In music "has been great and
will be greater. It-Is not, however, my
'intention to confine the showing to
what has been done by women alose.
The pageant must mean more than
sorely "votes for womns. and in thie
ssusfc section, at least must show not
so'rfauch what has been actually done
by women at what has been done
through woman's Influence by 'both
,men and .women alone."
The biggest thing in this section "trill
bef, the presentation of certain scenes,
poasiblv all the scenes, from Pccird'
famous opera. The Girl of the. Gold.
en' 'West." it is' proposed as fas- as
possible to have.' the characters repre
sented by those who have actually pre
sented them on the opera stage.
Just who will be engaged to take
nat can not vet be rfven out. Miss
Wilson la In commuicatioo with mm-
iagers of the Metropolitan opera win
pany, and declares that she Is meeting
with' splendid success. The .principals,
it is said, are many of them enthusias
tic over the aqalr and there win prob
ablv be little difficulty In obtaining
.their5 services unless there Is a conflict
of concert engagements.
equires Several Float.
, Proper presentation of this feature of
. the pageant will require the use of sev
eral floats, it Is pointed out. and work
.will be started on these at once. A
color' scheme is now being worked out
and a place will' 'be found later for
every detail of the section.,
Visa .Wilson savs that she already Is
l In -rrnnimiirilMl1nWiv1th( several hundred
jTmusicarilubs-ln cities all oyer, the courifl
.'f-T..".ma.X ' amm " all. .Saw tIA
will be .entire -clubs here.
Musical organizations from Baltimore",
Philadelphia; "and other nearby cities
'will Drobably be here In force. From
Boston. New-York.T Pittsburg. Colum-
DUS, unonnau, Jjeiroii. Bacramenio,
.Portland, Ore'., Spokane, Omaha; and
Milwaukee there will "be representatives
. of slnclnr .societies. An effort also Is
being ' made to procure the services of
.at least one singing party from Scran
'ton. Pai. where ther eare a number of
t Xamous weiah musical organizations.
'It also Is proposed-to utilize the school
? children In this portion of the pageant.
0nperlntendents of school In several of
-.the nearbv cities are communicating
with Miss Wilson oa the possibility of
' Bringing parties 'Here.
Mnric In Tableau.
Music will also form a prominent part
1 erf .the -tableaux which wil be presented
fmmilin jwuthern TJortleo of th Ttkls.
1 ry building. Miss MacKaye, sister of
1 Percy MacKaye, of New Tork, who has
t. charge of this feature of the pageant.
-oald today that It will' be necessary to
.f obtain the services. of some large music
, ,J organization to accompany the evolu
; dons of 'the' tableau. The Marine Band
tt Tna been'' suggested for this purpose
jl kmt.no move has yet been made toward
securing It Mma. Nordlca will probably
take the character of Columbia, and will
to attended by number of other famous
f Women representing the five virtues
-wTalch .axe supposed to Belong to wo.
MacKale said that the tableaux
be timed to end with the arrival of
the faeadi of the pageant opposite the
Tiesiinrr steps. The figures will then
present a' beautiful picture, before which
tfaa Jiageant will pass in review. The
rotations win tell a story, and will
laneae dancing try aprtles of wel-ktiown
jaeoers. slnglnr and instrumental music
is, people well known in their art.
Mrs. Glenna Ticnln, who has general
charge of the design of the pageant,
said" today that the pageant would tell
a story, from, beginning to end. The de
velopment of women from a position of
dependence 1 one of force and promi
nence' in- the world will be told In a
series of floats. Thke spectacle will bo
.enlivened by numerous bands and
squadrons of prancing cavalry women.
As far as possible, every organization
xvtolch takes part In the pageant will be
made a portion of the general story.
Special attention will be paid to the
color scheme. This is important, in an
affair of this sort. Mrs. Tinnln declares.
The suffrage colors, green, white and
purple, will be pronjnent and probably
will dominate in the color scheme. Tel
low and white and the national colors,
red, white and blue, will also play a
large part in the general color display.
Miss Alice Paul, chairman of the cojn-mlttee-onarransements
for the pageant,
snd Mrs. Tinnln, In general charge of
the. artistic portion of the pageant, went
to aBItlmore this morning, They will
be entertained at luncheon by Mrs.- Don
ald Hooker, and will meet a number of
ladles In order to confer retarding de
tails of the floats" from Maryland. Eight
"floats -will he brought here from that
State. Bands of marching women will
aleo figure largely in the aMryland dele
gation. Oregon Society Will
Hold Meeting Tonight
TTie annual meeting of the Society of
' the Oregon Country will be held tonight
at S o'clock in the red parlor of the
New. Ebbltt Hotel. Besldents of the
States .Included in the original Oregon
' country Invited. The States included
are Oregon Washington, Idaho, and
Montana. The principal business will
be, the election of officers for the year,
and -the planning for the annual ban
quet; .a- w. jrescotu presaent 01 tne
society, will occupy the' chair.
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ENDS IN BIG ROW
Women Bitter in Verbal Contest Between Miss Fola La Follette
and Mrs. A. J. George Trouble Prevents Decision
on Whether Fair Sex Should Vote.
NEWARK. N. J., Jan. 18. With a
scene such as has been described time
and time again in, conventions .of male
politicians as being "disgraceful and
shameful,.'- .the-debate between- Miss
Fola Ea Follette,. daughter ot'lSenator
Robert M. La Folette of Wisconsin, and
Mrs. A. J. George, ,ofBrookline, Mass.,
In Club Hall, Montclalr, came " to a
close last night in such excitement that
no decision was rendered.
Mies' 1 Follette took 'the side that
women should be allowed to vote, and
advanced many arguments as to why
that should he. Mrs. George took the
opposite side, and advanced numerous
arguments against women voting.
There were no interruptions except ap-
Slause during the debate, but the trou
le started when It was announced that
questions written ou on paper
and handed to the ushers to carry to
the platform -would be answered by
either Mls La Follette or Mrs. George
Then Bomb Exploded.
The first few questions were ordinary
ones, which were answered and re
ceived without any show of excitement.
The one which acted as a bombshell
was about the fourth or fifth, and the
usher who received It Is still trying to
remember who handed It In. The ques
tion was: 'Is It not true that the anti
suffragettes are allied with the liquor
This was handed to Mrs. George, and
without a minute's hesitation Mrs.
George emphatically declared that such
was not the case. She gave a lengthy
explanation to prove her statement, and
BY WHITE MAN AS
SHE CROSSES LOT
Woman's Screams Frighten
Away Man She Declares
Determined efforts are being made by
the police today to learn the identity
of the young white man who last night
attached Mrs. Genie Adolph. twenty
three years old. of 1437H A street south
cast, in "a vacant lot between Four
teenth and Fifteenth, A and B streets,
Mrs. Adolph, who Is the wife of Ar
nold Adolph, a railroad brakeman, had
been to a motion picture theater and
was on her way home about 8:30
o'clock when the man ran up back of
her and threw his arm about her shoul
der. There Is a path across the vacant
lot and Mrs. Adolph had taken this
path as a short cut to her home.
Mrs. Adolph called for help and the
man let go of her and fled. She told
the police he was under the influence
of liquor. She said he stumbled and
fell several times before getting out of
Mrs. Adolph described her assailant
as being between twenty-six and twenty-seven
years old, five feet seven inch
es tall, and weighing about ISO pounds.
He had a smooth face with a dark com
plexion. He was well dressed in a dark
suit of clothes and Wore a light-colored
felt hat with the crown telescoped. He
wore a blue shirt, with a white collar
arid tie. -.-.. . . - , .
" - ,
- Alliance Charge
ended by saying: "It is iust the op
posite. In several of the States where
women have suffrage it is proven they
are killed with the liquor interests, and
that It Is even the case in Wisconsin."
Miss La Follette, with hand raised
high above her head and eyes blazing,
jumped to her feet and, advancing to
th frnnt of. the ataee. said: "That
is my home- State and I have a right
to defend It. Mrs. George must be
speaking from hearsay and has been
Condemns Mrs. George.
Following the closing of the debate
and the subsequent excitement, those
on the platform gathered about the
chairman and were discussing the even
ing when a well dressed woman ad
vanced to the platform.
"I would like to speak to Mrs.
George," she said.
Mrs. George was Informed df the re
quest and smilingly advanced to the
edge of the platform. As she reached
almost to the edge the woman raised
her bejeweled fist and shaking It at
Mrs. George yelled: "You are a dis
grace to your sex."
With this she made an effort to seize
Mrs. George, but the latter quickly
eluded her and walked calmlv back to
the group which she had left. It was
long after midnight when the hall was
cleared, and every precaution was taken
to see that neither Miss La Follette
nor Mrs. George were subjected to any
insult or abuse after they left the hall.
In the audience which "was Jammed
Into the clubhouse hall millions of dol
lars were represented. The most influ
ential society persons of the millionaire
colony were In attendance and showed
Just as much excitement as their sisters
of lesser wealth.
NOT TO END PROBE
OP "MONEY TRUST"
Attorney Untermyer Declares
Next Congress Will Be Urged
to Finish Quiz.
The retirement from Congress on
March 4 of Chairman Pujo. of the
Money trust Investigation committee
not cessation of the Inquiry because of
unsatisfactory results was authorita
tively btatcri today as the cause of sus
pension of the investigation next week.
Before leaving her.; for St. Louis.
Samuel Untermyer. attorney for the
committee, emphatlcaly stated that
strong pressure would be brought to
bear upon the next House to continue
"The Inquiry Is merely suspended not
stopped," said Untermyer. "because we
desire to present an 'intermediate re
port to the present Congress, to try. if
possible, to necurc early enactment of
legislation deemed necesary."
Thief to Catch Thief.
NEW YORK, Jan. 18.-After spending
twenty-eight years behind the bars for
burglary and other things, William Cor
nell, now In the Tombs, has invented
and patented a burglar alarm.
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Lativ Brorao Qui
IN CAPITAL CITY
Stone Agency Asks I. C. C. to
Compel Potomac Company
to Lower Charges.
Alleging, excessive, unreasonable and
unjust rates, the Stone Mercantile
Agency, incorporated .today fl'ed formal
complaint -with the Interstate Commerce
Commission, against the Chesapeake
and Potomac Telephone Company.
The Stone Agency declares that It
has been discriminated against and put
out of competition with a rival com
pany, by reason of a difference in rates
charged the two agencies by the tele
The Commission Is asked to command
and enforce upon the telephone com
pany Just and reasonable rates.
Tells of Its Service.
In fits complaint the Stone Agency
sets forth that it Is a corporation in
the 8tate of Virginia doing a mercan
tile reporting business in the city of
Washington, with offices at Twelfth
and F streets. That It has In its office
six trunk line telephones under a lim
ited contract which provides 27,000 mes
sages at an aggregate cost of tJU a
year, with excess messages at the
rate of 3 cents a message.
E. 11 Cockrell, of Cockrell & Co., re
fused today to discuss In any way the
complaint, naming his company as re
ceiving rates allegedly more favorably
than those given the Stone Agency.
"I have nothing to say In respect lo
such a matter," said Mr. Cockrell. "I
cannot discuss it in any way and do
not care to state what telephone service
my company receives.
The agency declares the telephone
company applies to others In the same
vicinity under the same conditions,
rates which are in each Instance much
less, to wit.: In the office of Cockrell
& Co., three trunk lines which were in
stalled under contracts providing for
a flat rate on each of said telephones
of 144 per annum for an unlimited
number of messages.
Cockrell & Co. is engaged In the busi
ness of mercantile reporting directly in
competition with the Stone agency,
which says that difference In cost of
telephone service determines the differ
ence in charges for mercantile reports
furnished by the said Cockrell & Co,
and that the Stone concern is unable
to compete with the prices of Cockrell
Commerce Committee "Reports
Organizations Are Coming
Just as the new Joint conventions
committee of the Chamber of Com
merce, Retail Merchants' Association,
and Board of Trade is about to begin
its campaign for a three-years' con
vention fund of $38,000. the conventions
committee of the Chamber of Com
merce reports five new conventions se
cured for Washington.
The new conventions reported today
The Knights of the Golden Eagle,
Grand Castle. February Zi. 1913: Fed
eral Aid Good Roads Convention.
March 6-7: I. O. B. B. District Con
vention, for a date In March, not yet
determined; Navy League of the
United States, for a date In March,
not yet determined; the Patrician.
March 3. 1913.
the value of good looks of a fine com
plexion, a skin free from blemishes,
bright eyes and a cheerful demeanor.
Many of them know, also, what it means
to be free from headaches, backaches,
lassitude and extreme nervousness,
because many have learned the value of
as the most reliable aid to better phys
ical condition. Beecham's Pills have
an uncqualed reputation because they
act so mildly, but so certainly and so
beneficially. By clearing the system,
regulating the bowels and liver, they
tone the stomach and improve the
digestion. Better feelings, better looks,
better spirits follow the uce of Beech
am's Klls so noted the world over
Sold erery where. 10c. 25c
Women especislly should rend the direction
with every box.
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Feared Being the Target for
Parliamentary Attack if He
Remained in Cabinet.
PARIS, Jan. 18. M. Raymond Poin
care. President-elect of France, today
tendered his resignation, as premier, to
President Armand Fallieres, whom
Polncare will succeed on February 18.
His resignation from the prime minis
try, Polncare's friends explained, was
made necessary by his victory of yes
terday. It would be incongruous,, Poln
care thought, for the President-elect to
remain In the cabinet. He would be a
conspicuous target1 to possible parlia
It was thought probable that M. Bri
and, minister of Justice, would be desig
nated to act as premier until President
.Fallieres' term expired, and that all of
the Polncare cabinet would be retained
for the month's interim, with M. Bour
geois as minister of foreign affairs.
With the Balkan situation unsettled,
the loss of Polncare, as the practical
hi.-bd of the government, was felt to be
rather a blow, but It was believed the
President-elect would freely offer his
advice to the cabinet. Polncare will go
Into retirement and take a thorough
rest between now and the day of his
The election of Polncare to the ninth
presidency of the third republic Is uni
versally regarded as a telling victory of
the people over the politicians.
Bill Aiding Soldiers
The Commissioners today' sent to
Congress a favorable report on the bill
Introduced by Congressman John Q.
Tllson, of Connecticut, authorizing the
admission of former, soldiers and
sailors of the Spanish-American war to
the Temporary Home for Former Union
Soldiers and Sailors In the District.
Since 1904 Congress has provided in
the District appropriation bills for ad
mission of veterans of the Spanish
American war to the home, but the
section was eliminated In the current
bill. Restoration of the privilege is
provided by the Tilson bill, which Dears
the indorsement of the Board of
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All Sold But 5 Out of 112
That's the record of sales of these homes a wonderful home selling record brought
about by a wonderful home value.
Only the fact that we are in the midst of winter instead of spring, leaves us with even
5 of these homes for sale. And this fact should tell you something should tell you that it will
not be well for you to put off any longer if you want a home in the ,fashionable northwest for
so little as $2,750 on terms of $150 cash and 522.50 per month.
TO INSPECT Take any 11th street car going northwest, get off at
Columbia road, and walk one square east: or any 14th street car going
northwest, get of at Columbia road, and walk three squares east; 'or any
Ninth street car going northwest, get off at Columbia road and walk one "
SHANNON & LUCHS
Look for Our
Green and White Sign.
Georgia Declares. Country: Does
Not Need Weed Grown by
Lrglng, a retention of the present
duty on, tobacco,'" Henry j. Bruton, of
Georgiawho halls' from a section con
taining theMargest fbbacco. farm Jn the
world. Is. here, to,nfewlth."the.i'Waya
and Means Committee the views of tha
farmers' . Protective. Tobacco Associa
The; 'tobacco growers -in southwest
Georgia and northeast Florida, assert
Mr. Bruton, want.conflnued protection
on .tHe- w"ecd. The- -Ways and Means
Means Committee has been informed
that the United States .Is capable of
producing all' the. tobacco needed' lthln
its D0rder8,.l-UvB-farmer Is -encouraged
to growUly T
"Around my town of Balnbridge, Ga..
said Mr. SurtOn."andiri vicinity of At
tapulgus, the headquarters of the .as
sociation, we now have .four thousand
acres. of shade tobacco. There are ten
thousand acres' In sun tobacco .making
a total of fourteen thousand acres in
Decatur-county alone. It is recognized
that, the -finest tobacco lands, in the
world -lie" in southwest Georgia and
across the i Florida' line. ' .
. "I, hope: the Wy andMeans:Commlt
tee willz-take into- - consideration" the
hazardous 'nature' .of the tobacco "crop
and retain- the. present"duty.A"tobacco
grower is. prosperous noaa"-" ana; tomor
row there 'may come a hall which' will
also wreck him.- -If-the-farmers are .'en
couraged, 'and if the country is. not
flooded- by Importations., -'"tjie United
States can grow enough tobacco' to sup
ply every smoker and .chewer in the
Mr; Bruton says- that' the tobacco
farmer isforced ,to take. what is offer?
ed" for bis productr 'tFarmers' are un
organized:" he added, "and. wc cannot
set a prcie on tobacco. The man who
makes steel or iron -can determine' what
he will take for his product. We are
force dto take what is offered us.' and
a reduction In duty will play havoc with
.Awards for Print Paper, t
The Government Printing- Office' will
uso 32,ooo,oou pounds or more . 01
print paper in. the fiscal year of 1911.
Contracts for this amount have been
let by 'the Joint Committee on Print
ing to thirty-eight successful bidder.
The contracts aggregate $1,125,000.
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Youth Is Arrested -On
William Smith, nineteen years old.
wanted in Leeaburg, Va., on a charge
of forgery, was -arrested today by Po
liceman. Short.'-of the Seventh precinct.
as a fugitive from justice. The arrest
was made at the request of J. R. Jt.
Alexander, a justice of the peace, w'he
Issued, a. warrant for- Smith's- 'arrest,
.It Is alleged the young man passed
worthies checkfor "JsOVdrawn on the
Purcellv'ille National Bank, signed Wll
Jlam T. .Smith, and made In favor ot
John Lewis. Smith' home is In Blue
mont, 'Va. ,
The -Aerodynamical- Commission, re
cently appointed by .President Tatt, to
conslder'the establlahnwat of an aero
nautical' institution in Waaataton,wIll
meet-"here January '23. The 'House 1
expected to pass on Mondj'tlw'SeaaU
resolution providing $5,000 fpr'.the ex
penses of the coming meeting.'
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your little one
has- stomach-ache, diarrhoea; sore
throat, full -of, coM. tengm coated;, give
a teaspoonful'of' Syrup.-f, Figs, and 'in
'a-few hours all'' the clogged-uo waste,
nniiirMtM) 'food, and sour bile .will sen-
without nausea,, gn ping or- weaaaesv,
andyou will, surely'have'a'weH.-happy,
and -smiling child aralnshortly. . '
With Syrup of Figs you are not drug
ging- your- children. Deing composea en
tirely of luscious figs, senna, and aro
matlcs. it cannot be harmful., .besides
they dearly love Its delicious fig- taste.
Mothers should 'always keep Syrup: of
Figs handy. It is the only stomach,
liver and bowel- cleanser, and regulator
needed a little given, today- will save a
sick child tomorrow.
Full directions for children of. all, ages
and - for grown-ups plainly printed' on
the package. t
Ask,-) our druggist for the full name;
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prepared by the California Fig Syrup
Co. This Is. the delicious tasting,, genu
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right! -Yd have. taken. fygiri fronr
me; now atf4t'mrin&:minAm twenty
one years oM," Was the dessaadof John
Tedras, aged, twenty-seven, awMi-tc-io
merchant, made ..on, Ueutenaat'ot Police
Howard See,.,whi!n-hewa toM-that
.be- could not. marry KaryfAJWe.-Obrts.
Sgedourteen-afterthe couple. hadbeen
arrested on the, cesapUint of .the 'gf rfs
sister. wnen xoeaxennnti seese prom
ised Tedras'tnat He wouM-.try and get
htm a wife before the" weektek)t.. it
disappointed" Kor- leRv -tne -station
house.- He: promised tokcall later-far
Ms-wife.' 7. '-... ?.
The marriage, of Tedras and Ml
Obris was frustrated. bf, Meter 'of
the girl, who called PnKoewsn Snew
from hie beat tettMiichtaRCtteU, hiss
thst her' fonrteen-year-eM.sleter was
preparing to elope to jBHtsfcwgh -wRh
Tedras on a late train- ' . .
18 VAWETIES.ilOc; E?:
-All ",tae2,Vrue;. si4alT
the :'raerlU of'-ithev'best.?.
- ''-rviTTV "..
C i ,
r "WHOIjESOME SWXETS ,yOR
i ; ty ' ',
PTJHE. '.FRESHf DELKlOfca."
, 'MAIL ORDERS .QTVEJf -
HEW ST(E,.-720''iIthrSt f.-W.
TeL- Main- SIM.- r
- . - r - V 1
OPEN SUJiDAT. - . - ,
0V71OS OF THBT'MDTUAl.-raUB.IXguR- "
anaaal moetiae otjih .JlUTUALiTlIIB :!
SURAXCET COKPANT OP-.Tmx CiaTBICt j
atCtaa oflee .ofThi -eawBeiffeVmerTSS '
s.treet and .New Tortc U.vene' aerttnrest.' cea- '
merximg-'tLVJi.aJMt'aJ'm.-" ' 4'
By the chArterot the-ceasy'theit
tioa' of seven' rniwiirj.to'cendvct-tlw aWrs
of. the .onapaax Jvreairta to. bhM- at
the -shove mUaf. ,t '" J1' -
By tbe.stxtlt-amVHe.or the' by-Iw of ; ike
company It 'Is, .pro-vlied: i "Attlrt 'aasjoaJ
meeUsg of.-be CTwimeny, .'tTriTJTiinlniis'
to order shall ..be tlc- -:iofwtmm ot : a
ebalrsua wKeattan esadaet- the Bwetteg.aaa.
flection In accordance, wtth thctvoC 1
corporaUon. betweea'tlie'hosrraf Vetoes:
a. m. and Sp. m.
Amount of nwaiuai notes ftiw.BSiM
Amosat of , caa-oa haad..i tctsacx
Real estate ...
Office furniture ant fixtures 7. ...
Losses by Are-paid iaMSU -... ;'.!
Th aaaoal statement will be ready; fer
dlstributiOB at, the offlca of. the cs-mbst-
about Febraaiy t, .Mti -
By ower of board, of .minMsrs:
U PIESCE BOTKUK.- Secretary.
ANNUAL. RETORT of the W.--T-- GALU
HER BROTHER. INCORPORATED.
COMPANT. We. the tsaderabsned. ,beMc
PreddeBt and the majority of tie Board of
Trustees ot said Ceraeaay do' hereby- certify
that the capital steckrof the' said Corpora
tk'is1-MMB. all of which has Deen'actnaUr
paid to. The amotmt of extattar-deetjC.SK.-i.t.
William 1. -GaHiscr. Ckariea'B. Gal-
Uher. Jeaesh H.GaUHm-.
.r,. William T. GaiatMr.. PresUent'-of tim
W. T. GallQier & -Brother- Incorporated. Com.
paar. jit XhcPlatJtetoCJCliiiw'i.-JfcJereer
Sstecrlber aaeswon ; t bafere ssaa ' S"o-
tary.Publhr In anoT for the: Dtetrlet of Co
lumbia this lth day-of Jaaoary.-A: jD. JC
ALBERT C. WEST. Notary Poetic; ..
THB.ANNUAI. StEETrNO Of THBvSTOCK-
ootucrv o&- ie xvaimuii oTintai.-.aag ixvk
Company, for.,thee!ectloa.of-iarctor as4
for auch 'otkep bullnfi jaluv nroeert
come before it. wWbe.Vheld at ttrs office
of the company, northeaat. corner' v of nth
treetand''Neir Torlcraveoaet Brtiwet.oa
Monday, the-reth. day; 6r,-Janaary-. JSU, at
f oclock -p.ra.- . a . -JtCX L
CUML13 K NT3CAN; Secretary.
COMMITTEE ON PUBUC COMFORT".
Rooma-30 and JL U. Si Trust -BeiMfrtg. Ptna
aylTanla ave..and Tenth U,N. W.
AH parties' deaHtag to- f aralatr -quarter te
visitors- durlaf- Inaugural period, are . re
quested' to call at this' ofllceer send de
scrtptloo of rooms. jtat!nl-tlje.;namber -of
persons- that .can be supplied , trite beds or
WHR.UT WbLRUUb UlCTWi icreuunu
3. L WELLER. ChalrmaB.
Comralttee oa PubUc Comfort,
OFFICE OF- THE TVASHINCSTO GAS
UGHXrCOMPANT: .rasalngton D.'.CU
January U.'11V The sa"aU Taeetlnr of
the abaretiotders'.-of- the -"n'asttlBston Gas
ZJsht Company 'for the' election of. Directors
come before said mettlsg TrJU.be b!d sx'the
ornce of. the Company Noa.; -OX-B7 lta
atreet n w., JiONDAT. February J. r'lSHTat
K o'clJck. nnon. Tbe-polla.wm'bei'open fran
i; o'clock noon ! 1. o'clock-P M.
i W1I.UAM a ORME. Secretary.
.i.ib jUnNsq.N.a COMPANY. .Bankers.
announce .the retirement of '.Mrx Charles. iP.
tVUIlams from the flrm and th admUiloa of
Mr. Benlamin wooorus. eaecuv jaaoary
IS. 1MC - -' 1
SUCCESSFTJU WOMANr COrXJSCTOR desires
bills to collect; aaveTcUy.. reference. ud
tnm BOX.Mt. Times of flee. ' ,m
n-I rM-M-M'I'H't'I ll-li-l Vl-l-l
WHIIiFi YOU ABE
Stop In and try Jao-of oor FAMOU3
LUNCHES. U to IJS o. ta. , CUdoua
.Dinners. I to 730 p. so. -r- .
LtJNCH : ...,35c
ReaUurant A LA CARTE.
FROM T TO- T:3 P-. itV
..xr. irru h N.
w- x. tt. ?
u 1 1 1 M'WW r 1 1 1 n 1 1 TI4.
DRUGLESS HEAIJSG ha DISEABE CojH
QUEUED SJ; RESTORING the CIRCULA
TION - of. the. BLOOD and'NERWvrrAL
FLUIDS without MEDICINE or- SURGICAL
PROCEDURE? . LOCOMOTOR. TA X JA.
BRIGH-TS DISEASE. DLVBETES."t INSOM
nia. rheumatism; airfoimsof pabsal-
TS1S and CHRONIC ailments that BAFFLE
MEDICAL SCIENCE. JIELD .quits readar
mnmmmmmm tm im iii m mj aaii
dce aeiMteUef. WIIOJAJt-T. QA1XWW.
ti iin'.-uiviiT. un 4w ot ,uus system
of DRUGLESS IIEALING. It W ie-n- - a
dorscment -of the most eminent -Physicians t F,
(of all schools) 'of the-Trorld Booklet and
Consultation Free. Hours.- W a. nu to 1l ra.
Bundays. 11 "to" 1." .LADT. ASSISTANT.
i"KW-. M N. xx PARKER. ,-
1CCS th aU N.'.W, . f
I WILL NOT BB RESPONSIBLE fcr'any
debts contracted by. my wtfe.r Mnr. , Irene
Minltor Rundlett. or Mi'Thaqas H. Rund
lett. T. H. RONDLETT. 'j.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
Tour furniture, chloa.brio-ajrac c .fox
shipment" tO" other cities. We employ ainert
packers .only. "" jTj rT
STORAGE.. MOVING SHtPPTVrj
Merchants' Transf ec &, Storage Co
.. veu-.az Xt- ot.ySnl,Y.
OET.OUR. EiJTIUATEB .o assolutaly
Phone M. 42 ? 5i"tV
WE, DO PAaaNC-.Hou8ohM. iods"l7
hlnment; Swim, tm nVt4t-rfe...,.-u.
starts I. prlrate. sjartmeats..
Fre haullnx to our
ALVORD at'CO. It7 llth.st.nw.
PADDED vn;. fcte Mi: I-ru. wagon., mid.
TRANSFER. gTORAQB CO.,
IK N, T., Are-N, W.
FsesJag-sad. ShlsBjajr.-, tstata.Hailoa4.
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