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THE WASHINGTON TDIES: FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913. ""' '"
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KM DELAY FOB
HEW TRAFFIC RULES
IS ASKED BY
Leaders of Directorate Assert
Regulations Are Four Times
as Long as New York's.
Becretarv William J. Ejnon. of the
"Washington Board or Trade, today
wrote a letter to the Commissioners re
questing that the date on which the
new traffic regulations are ordered In
to effect be postponed for one month.
The letter was written at the direction
o: the board of directors, who have se
erely criticised the new regulations
lor secral reasons.
The board of directors has also In
structed the street tratf ic committee,
of which Le Roy Mark Is chairman, to
conduct a series of public hearings on
behalf of the Board of Trade in the
.Board or Trade rooms, and these near--lngs
will begin early next week.
Say They're Too Long.
. Leaders in the board's directorate
have objected to the new regulations on
the ground that they are too long, as
sertlnc that they are almost four ilmes
as long as the traffic regulations or
the city of New York: because they are
.not uniform with the regulations In
other cities that have proved successful;
and becaus many or the clauses are
nothing more than police regulations.
It Is held by opponents to tne nw
regulations that If they are to prove
effecthe they must be raade as brief as
possible and should contain no clauses
except those pertaining to the regula
tion of traffic.
It was understood by Chairman Le
Roy Mark that the Commissioners
uould grant this committ: the privilege
of Investigating the new regulations be
fore they were promugated. This was
not done. It is asserted, and President
Droop then asked the Commissioners to
krant representatives -of the Board of
Trade a hearing on the matter. The
Commissioners replied that no hearings
would be granted except in writing.
To Have Hearings.
"it is stated that in case the Commls
aloners refuse the request of the direc
tors for a postponement of the date on
which the regulations are to take ef
fect from February 1 to March 1. the
Board of Trade will conduct hearings
anyway In an effort to hae the ob
jectionable features of the regulations
TUie senii-monthly meeting of the exec
utive committee of the Board of Trade
will toe held In the Board of Trade rooms
Monday at noon. Fourteen aplicants
tor membership have been recommend
ed by the membershio committee, and
will be voted on by The executive 'com
mittee. Evangelist Services.
The Rev. John Compton. Ball will con
duct a series of evangelistic meetings
In the Metropolitan Baptist Church, be
ginning next , Sunday. Dr. Webber
jBruner and tHc Rev. F. D. King will
auto speak at the meetings.
0lr One "BJtOMO QU1S E"
That If LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look
for the slmaturs ot E. W. GROVE. Cures a
Cold in Ooe Or. Core Grip In two dun. 21a.
Per n 1
i 72 L
Finest Storage Eggs,
Fancy Yellow Onions,
5c cakes Pearl Soap,
Quaker Matches, per
Evap. Apples, per
blarge pkg .. 1...
Fancy White Pota
toes, per peck
50c Little Bessie
- 15c jars Molasses, per 1Ap
15c jars Mustard,
Large New Fat
12c bottles Catsup,
50c Tea, any kind,
J. T. D. Pyles
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
Vv have HO nrepnxrf locked rooms, at 12 a
month up. Also special storage ruoiu for
planus, palntlncs. fur, etc.
s- MOVING. PACKING. SHII'I'INC.
& STORAGE CO.,
X-Z E 6T. N. W.
PADDED van. t & tS id.: :-h. wacon. T.
Phone Main 1915-1913.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER & STORAGE CO
BS N. T. Ave. N. W.
J'addnc and Etalpplnc Ktoroce. linn load.
GET OUR ESTIMATES on absolultly Rr-
proof storsse. moving. pacVlnc. UNITED
STATES STORAGE CO.. 41S-Z0 lOib at. N. V.
Phons M. 81. l-
JVEJX) PACKIXG-Houseboki cooda for
ahlDfflcnt: atoraca In nrliate SDartmsntt.
ST. hauUoc to our storagjt. LlTTLEFIELD.
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Clerk Tore Pieces From Bills,
Then Pasted Them Together
A novel fraud scheme which a trusted
woman counter In the Treasury Depart
ment confessed she had been practicing,
was reealed today by officials. The
woman would tear small scraps from
different bills which she handled, until
she had enough pieces to paste together
and form a complete bill. This she
would substitute for a bona, fide bill.
The woman was discharged from the
sen Ice, but will not be prosecuted.
Forty dollars, the total of her embezzle
ments, was deducted from her salary.
Eloping West Point
Cadet Is Dismissed
Elmer A. Adler, former West Point
cadet, who loped with Miss Florence
A. Davis, of Buffalo, has been court
martialed and dismissed. He sent his
.resignation to the superintendent of the
academy after his marriage. Court
martial followed because It is against
the rules for cadets to marry, and be
cause Adler was absent without leave
for a little more than a week.
Officer Ordered Home.
Lieut. Col. Herman Schumm, of the
Coast Artillery, who has been stationed
at Manila. P. I., has been ordered to
return to the United States on-account
of ill health.
Selling Fine Winter Clothing
At Honestly Reduced Prices
There are clothing sales all over the town but
the Man's Store is doing the selling. Can't help
doing the business 'when we're selling mer
chandise like ours at such reductions as these.
Every Suit Every Overcoat
In the House at Honestly Reduced Prices
Window b to Rent
Apply Office, Hotel Drhcoll,
First and B sis. nw.
TUB ANNUAL MEETING of Uie stockhold
ers of the FRAZEE-I'OTOMAC LAUNDRY
COMPANY will be held at the main office
of the company, at ISth and D atreeta N. ..
on Monday, February 3rd. 191J. at 4 o clock
li m LEON TOHIUNER. Becretarj.
DOI.LT MADISON CHOCOUVTES the choc
olatea that Dleane Biaj mane u
7 11th. I'hime M. SHI.
WINDOWS for Inauguration; good view of
parade. For reaeratIona apply IW Ta. ae.
DISEASE CONQUERED AT LAST.
UHUGLEHS HEALING. By RESTORING the
CIRCULATION of the BLOOD and NEIIVO
VITAL FLUIDS of the Body THAT CURE
the DESPERATE. HOPELESS and INCUR
AIJLE (K-called) DISEASES that hate
raised HEIOND the reach of MEDICINE
and the aklll of TOUR PHYSICIAN All thla
ulthont Medicine or Surgical Procedure.
LADV ASSISTANT. VALUABLE BOOKLET
nnd CONSULTATION FREE. Houra. 10 a.
tn to S i. in. Sundaya. 11 to 1. PROF.
II. N. D. PARKER. Ntt Jth at. N. W.
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J. op In and try jno of our FAMOUS
T LUNCHES. 1J to lot) o. m. Dellclou
T Dinner. 6 to I'M p. m.
? LUNCH 35o
' B'ttaurant A LA CARTE.
FROM 7 TO 7:J0 P. M.
.7: LINCOLN CAFE
..R. 10TH V II N. W. U.
THE MILTON PRINT SHOP
Haa Removed to
HOI PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W.
Oier Davis Hat fotore. !
WINDOWS for rent for Inauguration.
IU Pa. ave. N. W. B. LEWIS.
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i Vacant Lots and Alleys Filled
With Those Who Will Take
" Part in Pageant.-
Training brigades to prepare for the
"big hike" in connection with the suf-
ragettes pageant here March . are
now being organized all over the city.
The women, clad in stout shoes, short
skirts, and felt 'hats are practicing
marching in acant lots and alles-
Kollouing the enthusiasm of the first
announcementlpat marchers would be
needed hundreds of young ' women
agreed to take part in the pageant. As
the time draws near, however, and
stories are rife about bad weather,
with snow and, sleet on March 3, they
have become doubtful of their ability
to march from the Capitol to Continen
Accordingly there was some loss of re
cruits until leaders of the different sec
tions hit upon the plan of training their
followers to march.
"On to Baltimore!" is likely to be the
cry. also, some time before the pageant,
the intention "being to meet "General"
Rosalie Jones near that city and escort
her with her "army" Into the Capital.
Permission was received from the
Public Printer today for putting up suf
frage posters all through the Printing
Office. It is expected that all women
Government employes who wish to
Suit and Overcoat
Suit and Overcoat
Suit and Overcoat
Suit and Overcoat
Suit and Overcoat
Every Tuxedo Suit Reduced.
Every Full Dress Coat and Trousers Reduced.
Every Frock Coat and Vest Reduced.
Every Pair of Trousers Reduced.
Money's Worth or Money Back
D. J. Kaufman
The Man's Store, 1005-7 Pa. Ave.
v JOHN '
LEADING LIQUOR DEALER,
616-618 F ST. N. W.
Telephone orders slven prompt atten
tion. Main 5131.
OUR LEADER IS
79C PER QUART.
BatUfactlon guaranteed or money
PROMPT AND POLITE
When your purchases amount to J3 00
we give jou 11.50 rebate In trade.
GEORGE W. JORbS.
101 Munsey Building. Washington D. C
ALL PERSONS take notice. I will not he
reaponirfblft for any debt contracted by mv
wife. Minnie L. Harrington Signed SAM
UEL HARRINGTON, HIS King St., Alexin
march will get a half holiday on
Word has been rcceUed from Balti
more that Mrs. Calvin Gabriel, of the
Just Government League, will ride
horseback in the blc pageant. Sho will
not Join the Petticoat Cavalry, but
will ride to Washington.
The announcement that Miss Ethel
Lloid. of Paterson. will take part In
the "hike" from New York was made to
officials here in a letter from Sarah
M. Ruhlln. who will have charge of the
New York contingent
Lew Dockstader. who nearlv broke up
the open-air meeting Jast Wednesday,
lost his marching license for his action
on that occasion.
irfdians, on Warpath.
Kill Destructive Bugs
The Cheyenne Indians of Montana are
on the warpath again. Their activities
are being confined to a fight on a Black
Hills Insect pest, however.
Eleven thousand and seventeen trees
were cut and barked on the Tongue
River Reservation by- the Indians last
year. In a war on the Black Hills bettle,
which had Invaded the forests of the
The beetle killed more than a million
board feet of mechantable timber In the
Black hills of South Dakota in ten
years. Similar devastations were threat
ened In the forests of the Tongue River
Reservation' of the Cheyenne Indians In
One Killed, Two Hurt.
When Train Hits Van
NEW YORK, Jan. 24. Frank Fischer
was killed and his two helpers were
probably fatally hurt when an automo
bile furniture van 'on which they were
riding was hit by a Long island railroad
train, near Far Rockaway today.
See Rent List of J. L. Kolb, 933 N. "t. Av.
THE ST. JAMES HOTEL
TABLE DHOTK DINNER.
THE ST. JAMES HOTEL
S. E COR 6T11 AND PA AV?: N. W.
Ktme, Latrobc "furnaio nork Roof Re
pairing Md nnd Sixth S W M. K3
THE CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART
will b- cloned to the public for th purpose
if relnatalllng the iwrinnnrnt collection
from Monday mornlnc. Januarj :7th, until
haturdaj. February Slli. 1313.
F II McOUIRE. Director
THE ARCADE POOL PARLOR
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Ilth and Park
road brx-clal for ladlfH dally IS to S."0 p. m
Frei intructlon Rraronable Rules.
it C KNIGHT. Proprietor. Col KS
OFFICB OF THE WASHINGTON GAS
LIGHT COMPANY. ahlngton. D. U.
January 16. 1S12. The annual meeting of
the kharcholden) of the Washington Gas
Light Company for the election of Directors
and for suih other buaimss' ua may properly
come before said meeting "Ml bo held at the
office of the Company. Nos. 113-117 lOtli
Mrcet n. w MONDAY. February 3. 1M3. at
H o'clock, noon. The-poll will ho open fiom
12 o'clock noon to 1 o'clock P. M.
1 WILLIAM B. ORME. Secretary.
COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC COMFORT.
Rooma 30 and 31. U. S. Trust Building. Pena
alvanla ae. and Tenth '. N VI.
All parties' desiring to furnish quarters to
lsltors during Inaugural period, ni re
quested to call at this office or send de
scription of looms, stating the number of
persons that can be supplied with beds v:
cots, ulth or without meals, ttrmr, etc
M. I. WELLER. Chalnnan.
Commutes wo Public Comfort. ,
SENATORS TO TALK
Republican Members to Settle
Policy of Party Toward
Republican Senators are planning a
conference In the near , future to dlj
rti th situation resardlng; confirma
tions. Senator Srrioot Is circulating a
t .. tor a loiitercnce. and the expecta
tion Is that one will be held within a
The projected conference Is expected
to ttr,. on the Republican policy re
specting confirmations. If there Is to
i a ab.it uga-nsc tne Democratic planB,
it will have to be concerted, otherwise
it will be dropped.
One plan suggested for ,the confer
ence Is to appoint a committee to con
fer with the Democrats, but there Is
'strong Republican opposition to having
any ne)tlatlons with the Democrats,
as long as the Democrats propose that
they shall make the selection of what
Republican appointments are to be con
finned, and the rest shall bo dropped.
The Republicans do not want to agree
to such a proposition.
It was talked, today that some of the
Democrats are -weakening on the hold
ing up of Republican appointments. Ro
publlcans heard of. this, and expected
It to crop out in the Democratic caucus
To Wear Cough Badges.
NEW HAVEN", -Jan. 24. All sufferers
from whooping cough, men, w omen," and
children, must, according to .orders from
the board of health, wear a badge stat
ing that they arc thus afflicted.
HERE'S your chance to buy. the Furniturer ou need at 25
per cent to 40 per cent less than our underselling prices.
You can arrange to pay as your convenience permits.
Extraordinary Bargain Sale of All Odds and Ends
in WHITE ENAMEL BEDS
' Oak, Solid
Bird Which Weighs 42 Pounds
Dressed Is Received By
Col. George F. Schutt, proprietor of
the New Ebbltt House, received today
the largest turkey seen In Washington
this winter when an expressman de
livered a bird weighting forty-two
pounds dressed. The turkey was
tho leading .gobbler of the flock of
an old friend' of Colonel Schutt. who
lives in Indiana and raises turkeys for
market. A letter accompansing the
turkey stated that It was the largest
ever raised on that farm
The turkey will go the way of all
free lunph tomorrow as it is entirely
too large to serve individually, unless
a regiment was going to have an an
nual dinner within the next, few days,
and its portions would overflow any
plate the hotel possesses.
Prizes For Navy
The Senate has passed 'a hill already
passed "by the House which authorizes
the Secretary ot the Navy to pa7 cash
prizes to civil employes of the de
partment who may offernraluable sug
gestions tending to economy in manu
facturing or otherwise. The bill goes'
to the President for signature. A like
hill was passed some time ago regard
ing the civilian employes of the army.
OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL
A splendid chance for you to
during the Inauguration for little
This Exact $1650
Hand - polished
Oak Dresser, like
cut, panel end;
large French plate
tion ; latest style
This Exact $15
January Sale Price,
full 6 ft. Size, With 3 Extra Leaves
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Minister to Tell
Of Chinese Situation
"America's Part in the Making of
China' Is the subject of the first of a
series of lectures to bo given by the,
Rev. .Isaac Jt Headland. Ph. JJ.. in the
New Tork Avenue Presbyterian Churcfi,
next MondaV evening. "He will lecture
Tuesdar evening, January 2S, on .Re
ligion end 'Literature in China;" Mon
day evening February 3, on "By
products ot Missions;" Tuesday even
ing, February . on "Medicine in China;-
J rnd Monday evening, JFebruary 1". on
-xne rmect Man."
BREAKS A C01 IN X
First dose of Pape's Cold Com
pound relieves all grippe
After -the verjr first dose of "Fae'a
Cold Compouna' you diitluctly feel th
cold breaking and all the disagreeable
grippe symptoms leaving.
It is a positive fact that a dose of
Pape's-Cold Compound taken every two
hours until three consecutive doses are
taken will cure Grippe or break up the
most severe ,co!d. either In the head,
chest, back, stomach, or limbs.
It promptly ends the most miserable-
headache, dullness, head and nose (un
fed ,up, , feverlshness, sneezing, sore
throat, running ot the nose, raacoas
catarrhal discharges, soreness, stUQMSS,
and rheumatic twinges.
Take this wonderful- Compound with
the knowledge that there Is nothing:
else In the world; which will cure your
cold on end Grippe misery as profflPtir
and without any other assistance or pad
after-effects as a 2&-cent package of
Pape's Cold Compound, which any drug
gist xan supply it contains no canine
be sure you get what you ask for ao
rept no substitute belongs In 'every
home. Tastes nice acts gently. , ,
9 P. M.
secure the extra Beds you'll need
French plate mir
r o r ; dustproof
drawers, and new
style wood pulls. ,
Colonial Quartered Oak
unidi yudnereu uan
Corner 7th and
0 Streets N.W.
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of omit jl,
Ereryri- MUST B SW
428 9fli Simf
nave cat-Into prices for the anal
clean-ap ot oar stock. Tfce last
sensational raark-dowa of prjees
to make clearance prospand
absolHte. Yob nave never'beard
of suck astounding ivalaep -.be-v
iorer ana wiu aareiy ever-iagaia
newest style, perfectly "tailored
clothing. Act at eace!y ,
Mm' $10 St......$4.8
Mi's $12 Ss.....$8
Mm' $1S Sjilr..:.:-.$7J0
Mm?$20 Site. . . 10.0jP
Men's $25 Smb. . . .. $12.50
Mn's $10 OtxcoIs.$4.96
Me&'s $12 OvjraK5
s $18 Ofrcia4s:$S.75.1
Mn'i $20 Ovroa:$lG.OO
Mw'i $25 Overcorta;$12J0
-... -V' . -iil
$50 Far Ovrcet.23.7S
Men'i $2.50 Fa... .$00 1
Men'. $3.50 Pssts.. .TSl
Men's $5.00 Psan
Boys' $30 Sails $1.
00 96ms $2.M
Uoy' $6.60:5aks. . . . ,$3.50
Boys' $5 Overcoats. . .$2.4T
Boy; $6 Overcoats... $2J
Boy; $7 Overeoals. . .$3.50
Boys' $10 Overcoats. $.00
$3 CoreWoy Paais. . .$l:4t
Boys' Odd Coats $1.50
(Stxfv 10 to 17 yearn.)
Mea's Fancy Vests 79c
(.Worth -up ta 32SM.
Men's $12 Ukters....$3.75
(Sbn 34, 38. SHi3r.'-s
$5 Suit Cases. ...... .$2.79
Yorths' $12.50 Sots. .$3.25
Boys' Mackmtoaaes 79c
(Snintl silxot only,)
$22.50 Black Saits $10
$1.50 & $2 Khaki Paats.$l
Boys' Knee Pants. . 25c
(Worth op to 9l.se pair.)
Men's 15c Half Hose.... 7c
Men's 50c Suspender. . .19c
Men's 75c Neglige Shkts.45c
I $1.50 Neglige Shirts 79c
50c Pure Sift: Hose 25c
$1.50 & $2 Pajamas. . .89c
$1.50 Umbrellas 89c
Men's Shoes $1.89
(Worth up to S3 pair.)
Fleece-lined Underwear. 38c
Boys and Girls
Watches, Cameras, Gold
Bracelets, Lockets, and Chains,
Lavalier Necklaces, Fountain
Pens, and Pocket Knives.
Free for Selling 5 Pack
ages of Radium Sacket
Powder at 10c a Package
Other Boys and Girls are get
ting these handsome prizes
everyday. So CAN YOU.
Address or Call
Ben Schwartz Building,
920 F St. N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
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