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THE WASHINGTON TDIES, FRIPAY, JANUARY 24;
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VETOED BY ACT OF
Caucus Votes Unanimously
, Against Project, Which
Deals It Deathblow.
IN mm RICHES
Efforts to Gain Fortune Bring to
Light Story of Exchange of
Live for Dead Child.-
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attended by 50.000 to 100.000 persons. At
the ball the people could see the Presi
dent but he would not be compelled to
Khake hands with 100,000 persons."
Opposes Suffragettes' Request.
Mr. Hamilton fought the suffragists"
.request because, he said, an amendment
to the bill which passed the House
yesterday would cause grave danger of
delay, tfesvt unanimous consent to the
Sheppard resolution regarding the re
viewing stands was obtained last eve
ning only with the gravest difficulty. If
the bill Is amended in the Senate It, of
course, must co back to the House.
Senator Ashurst offered the amend
ment which the women had brought
with them. Senator Wetmore seconded
It and Senators Polndester and South
crland had previously spoken In favor
of this amendment. Senator Culberson
had spoken against combining the
amendment with the original bill. Just
at this point, the committee went Into
executive session and'-emerged some
time later to say that It had discovered
that no quoroum was-present and that
the matter would have to go over.
This afternoon Senators who were not
at the hearinfc. but who are on the com
mittee, are being 'buttonholed by mem
bers of the Inaugural committee. Chair
man Kustls, Mr. Hamilton, and others
went after the hearing to the office
of Senator Swanson and were closeted
with him for some time.
Arguments Wax Warm.
Just before the committee went lntoi
executive session, the debate before the J
committee became general. Miss Mlce
Paul had spoken first of all for the suf
fragettes -and Mr. Hamilton for the
committee. But when matters warmed
up, John B. Larner, John B. Colpoys.
and Arthur Peter, who Is chairman of
the reviewing stand committee, all
spoke or interjected remarks, while
Mrs. Robert Baker, Mrs. William Kent,
wife of the Congressman: Miss Lucy
Burns, and Mrs. Helen Gardener chimed
in for the suffrage cause.
Mrs. Baker suggested that the '"buying-
portion of the visitors are entitled
to some. consideration."
"There Is some patriotism In "Wash
ington," shouted Jdhn B. Larner. "This
la not a commercial proposition."
"All the various considerations ought
to count," retorted Mrs. Baker.
Eeject Eustis Proposal.
Chairman Eustis, of the inaugural
committee, proposed to the women while
the Senate committee was in executive
session that they could have all the
committee's stands free March 5, if
they would put their parade over until
that date. The women said they would
not consider this for- a minute. They
were turned down yesterday by the
committee on their proposal to split
receipts on March 3.
Tbe suffrage parade leaders want the
stand across the street from the Treas
ury la order that visitors to the city
may Bee the tableaux to bo staged by
Nordlca and other prominent women.
Tbe Sheppard bill gives the Com'
mlssloners general supervision of the
stands, but puts the building- of them
under the inaugural committee and its
contractor. The contractor, it was
stated at the hearing, expects to sell
the seats for the inaugural parade,
although the Inaugural committee doe
not wish them used the day before the
Recalling Four Years
Ago, Will Not Attend
The Richmond Howitzers, the crack
artillery brigade of Virginia, has de
cided unanimously against attending
the inauguration of President Wilson.
The decision was not reached because
'the brigade Is not of the political faith
of the incoming President, but because
for several Inaugurations past the com
mand has been forced to stand In snow
and sleet for hours on inauguration
morning waiting to take their place In
line. The suffering endured by the
command on these occasions has con
vinced the members that the .honor is
not worth the chill.
When President Taft was inaugurated
the Howitzers were placed on a side
street early In the morning, and had
to watt in tbe .snow and slush until 2
o'clock, when they took their place in
the parade. Several cases of pneumonia
resulted from the exposure, and the
whole command suffered intensely with
Instead of the Inauguration the Ho
witzers will probably make their an
nual trip to the Confederate reunion,
which will be held In Chattanooga.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Jan. 24. The
efforts of Lieut. H. .Charles Slingsby.
of Yorkshire, England, o gain control
of a JoOO.000 Inheritance brought to
light here today a strange .story of the
substitution of an Infant for one. born
dead. According to Mrs. Fred Certain,
she became the mother or an "illegiti
mate son In W caven llle, Cal.. In 1910
and her child was substituted for a
still-born infant of Mrs. Slingsby.
Mrs. Certain, who Is now married
to a young working man who knows
her past and has forgiven her.then was
known as Lillian Anderson. She said
today that she gave up her child to Dr.
W. W. Frazer, of Weaverville.
"There was nothing crooked about It."
she said. "I could not take care of the
baby and the doctor said he would give
it a good home. Otherwise I wouldn't
have let It go. I got no money for it.
but I heard later that Dr. Frazer got
J75 for taking my baby to Mrs. Slingsby
and substituting It for her dead inrant.
Dr. Frazer, himself, told me about this
substitution se-eral months later."
Lieutenant Sllngsby's claims to the es
tate depend upon the legitimacy of his
supposed son and the disclosures made
today by Mrs. Certain will have a sen
sational effect uponthe case.
Knights of Columbus
; Play "Bachelor Hall"
The opening performanace of "Bache
lor Hall" was given by the Spalding
Dramatic Club, of the Knights of Co
lumbus, In Gonzaga Hall last night,
and will be repeated tonight
Taking part -were Joseph T. Fitzger
ald, Miss M&rjory Corcoran. Francis J.
Cleary, Miss Sue .Murray, Miss Gertrude
Clements, Miss llargaret FisherT John
H. Zable, Dennis E. Connel, Oliver J. Le
Beau. J. Devlny. Michael J. DrlscolU
and Joseph J. Dcgnan. -
Refused to Believe Trick.
NEW YORK, Jan. 24. George M.
Brown, of Cleveland, fell for the wiles
of wiretappers and lost $2,000. The po
lice had difficulty in convincing him
that he had been "stung."
Fat women who are contemplating
a new gown in the mode will have to
contemplate a reduction of their
flesh before they vl3lt the dress
maker. Fortunately this is nothing- like the
hard labor it w-as when one had noth
ing but exercising or dieting to get
results with. Nowadays a short course
of the Marmola Prescription Tablets
should bring any woman, however
fat. to the proportions necessary for
her to wear a Dlrectolre gown
Let her take a Marmola Tablet
(made In accordance with the famous
prescription and. thrrefore. harml-sssl
after each meal and at bedtime and
she should very soon be losing a
pound a day. This result, accomplish-,
ed without disturbing one's table cus-1
toms, forming wrinkles or distressing
the stomach, astonishes everybody.
Even one large case, costing only
75 cents at any druggist's, or the
same amount direct by mail from the
Marmola Company. Farmer Bldg.. De
troit. Mich., gives positive results.
This constitutes the acme of economy.
$4 and $5
A Sweeping Redaction
A room-making sale sweeping In Its scope Every pair of $4
and J5 High Fhoes, Evening Slippers and Low Shoes Included all
latest styles and If you come quickly ALL SIZES.
Women like these Shoes.
Shoes of patent leather, gunmetal, vlcl kid, and tan Russia,
lace and button, high and low heels.
Slippers of satin in 14 of the best colors for evening wear also
patent leather or dull beaded: French or Cuban heels.
ALL $3.50 SHOES
SHOE SHOP, 9th & F Sts.
- 4th Fleer, Washington Lean an Trut Blag.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 9:30
DUE IN FEBRUARY
Long Delayed Recommenda
tions Will Be Presented By
Taft Next Month.
The long-delayed message of President
Taft to Congress on the proposed bud
get will be forwarded to the Capitol
shortly after February 1. Two things
have been responsible for the delay, the
inability of the President to spend much
time on the subject and the fact thnt
the President's oftlclence and economy
commission, to which the real writing
of the message Is delegated, has not yet
determined precisely writ It wishes to
communicate to Congress on this rela
tively unfamiliar subject.
Prior to President Taffa trip to Pan
ama sceral conferences were held
with Dr. Fred Cleveland, In charge or
thi budget question, and the President
was then practically ready to send In
THREE SHIPS ARE
SID BY APACHE
Revenue Cutter Pulls Them Into
Deep Water From Positions
Three" schooners that have been hard
and fast ashore In Chesapeake bay
since the big storm of January 3, have
Just been floated by the revenue cutter
In wireless messages to headquarters
today Captain Carmine of the Apache
gave no detail of the rescue of these
vessels, but it is probable that' provi
sions have been running low. Officers
and men aboard the vessels were saved
from acute hardship. It Is believed, by
I the moderate weather which has pre
vailed ror wpews.
The Elizabeth Ann. trading in Chesa
peake bay and the Potomac, -was, pulled
from the bottom bf Cockrcll's creek,
where she was blown Into shoal water.
The schooner J. J. Underhlll was
pulled from the rocks at Drum Point,
njid the schooner Jessie Irving was
pulled oft the reef In Great Wicomico
river. All of the vessels had been hard
and fast aground since January 3. They
were towed to safe anchorage.
Bumper Wheat Crops
Bumper wheat crops have been re
ported from most every big wheat pro1!
duclng nation of the world for the -year,
191ir A cablegram Just received from!
the International Institute of Agrlcul-;
ture In Rome, gives the production of
Argentina, Australia, and New Zealand
as 321.000.000. almost a third as much
again as the production of 1911.
Taft Sends Greetings
To King of Spain
A birthday message to Alfonso XIII
of Spain was sent by President Taft.
"Upon this anniversary I wish," ca
bled the President, "to present to your
majesty this nation s greetings and my
own cordial wishes for your happiness
and prosperity and that ol the Spanish
Five Straight Years of Straight Savings
TO THE PUBLIC
For This Great Sale We Are Offering Two
Carloads of Choice Pig Pork Cats
and Many Other Attractions
NOTE THE PRICES
Fresh Shoulders, l01
Little Pig, lb?V. lCfcC
Pork Loins, Small, i s
Very Choice, lb. .;. Ot
Fresh Hams, small, lb. .16c
Lean Pork Chops, lb . , 15c
Honey Brand Hams, from our own smokehouse,
Picnic Shoulders, from our own smokehouse,
Pure Lard, Open
Kettle Rendered, lb.
Compound, a Lard Substitute, lb 8c
Holly Brand Sausage, Pure Pork and Pure
Spices, lb 20c
Sliced Bacon, mild and sweet, lb 20c
Beef, Prime Young Steer Cats at Very
JLamb, Prime Native Quality in Large
Home-dressed Poultry. The Choicest
Young Birds Come to Market.
Butter, lb. . .
Brookfield Creamery Butter, lb. 36c
Swift's Premium Oleomarga"
rine, lb 23c
Old Dutch Market, Inc.
930 La. Ave. N. W.
8th and E Sts. S. E.
31st and M Sts. N. W.
7th & Que Sts. N. W.
1111 H St. N. E.
1632 North Capitol St.
Tbe Market of
3420 Georgia Ave. N. W.
1935 14th St. N. W.
7th and B Sts. N. E.
1778 U St. N. W.
3113 14th St. N. W.
The Market of
Millbrook Eggs, extra selected
and graded for weight and
size; in seized cartons, each
egg guaranteed, doz 25c
New York State Cheese, lb 20c
Fancy Sauer Kraut, qt 5c
Norway Mackerel, fat and white,
Best Michigan White Potatoes. Pk., 1 8c
Large, Sweet Florida Oranges, 176's, doz ; 25c
Ripe Florida Grape Fruit, each 5c
Cabbage, Large Heads, each 4c
Yellow Globe Onions, a4-pk 4c
llffi.IWMH MSMBf W sas flat u
OM f tke,BHMt WMkfcffttl Sh.
YMtttoea optical soienoe has pro-d-es
I iMrfr yean. T-p4c
Krjrptote teokieoaettr Mm i regu
lar. alacie-vJafeK. hN
See Near aad Far
Dr.' K. "X, Safemel har fitted
thousands of theae double vision
leases. HJ ofcl la BaJeeBy.ef
Srat floor. Special rates for th
the next ten days.
Presented to Patrons-a Work of Art
A Panel Picture One Yard Long -With Calendar-for lt!3
The Greater Palais Royal Toilet Department Washington's principal depot forv Jhe distrifeu..
tion of Riker & Hegeman's Toilet Articles is. to distribute one thousand of. these art pictures, and caK
endars, one to-each patron of Riker's "Violet Cerate," the last and best of Facial Creams. Headqwr-
tcrs ior au ouniicer negemans preparations.
Hiker's Violet Cerate. Jar. 50c
Hiker's Dresden Face Powder,
Hiker's Cold Cream, Jar 25c
Hiker's Antiseptic, bottle 2Sc
Hiker's Tooth Powder, box.. ..45c
Riker's Toilet "Waters, bottle..25c
Hiker's Cream of Hoses, bottle 50c
Hiker's Liquid Houge, bottle.. .25c
Riker's Illusion Cream,, bottle 75c
Riker's Rice Powder, box lie
Riker's Smelling: Salts, bottle. ..25c
Riker's Excelsls Face Powder
Riker's Violet Cerate for the
coraplexloa. A soothlagr healthful
lace cream. The -rlrtae f VlaJet
Cerate creates a beautiful
With above, we will present
FJIEB The Beauty Calendar:
Rigairfs "Mary Garden" Extract-Presented to Patrots
-One Bottle of "M. CL" Presented With Rigaucfr "Emasa Trentim Toilet Powder
Rlgaud's Violet Extract,
Rlgaud's MIgnon Extract, 9 AA
Rlgaud's' Rose des Rose,
Rlgaud's Mary Garden,
Rlgaud's Mary Garden Pas
Rlgaud's Trentlnl Ex
tract, smalt bottle
Rlgaud's Mary Garden
Rlgaud's Mary Garden
Sachet, ounce.. ...... .......
Rlgaud's Mary Garden,
Toilet Water.- bottle, ,
RIgaad's Carala Faca
0 "VANITABSTTie Last and Best Powder
PewJerTaW ScaUry, betvieaaJ, Dtsdess b Stali Packafce, 3 ftr 5c
Hub-Kot Tooth Brushes 35c
Sempre Glovine 45c
1 ounce Absorbent Cotton 5c
Cut ex Cuticle Remover 25c
Ring Handle Pumice Stone c
Nail Polishing, Stones ............25c.
Fisher's Glove Cleaner ...,j,j...10c
Sample Bottles Perfumes loc
Imported Sachets ......5c
Monogram Wash Cloths 10c
Vaucalre Galega Tablets .79c
Best Witch Hazel 15c
Tir. for tired feet 19c
Hush "Deodorant'' 25c
Peroxide Face Cream. ......... ...25ci
Wrinkle Eradlcators ..'...25c
Spotless .Hair Brnshes.........$i:66
Colgate's Toilet Soaps .........Uc '
Derma Viva Xlqpld Face s
f owflcr" aa39c
Freeman's Face Powder . .....2c
Peroxide, full strength. plnttHc
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Suits, Dresses and Long Coats
$5.00 $40.00 tl&SQ
Were to $18
Were to $40,
The psychological moment for the year's best bargainfrr-when spring V
not far off andrwhile winter is still here. Come tomorrow and fed Ootir
Suits at $5.00 that cost mucji more for making alone. Come for cordtsraiy
velvet, and fancy worsted suits and dresses, at $10 that wer as much as
$25, at $16.50 that were $40 until now.
Girls' Garments, $1.97 to $7.50
The College Girl's Norfolk Suit, with patent learner belt is only $1.97. 1
One-piece Peter Thompson Suits for only- $3.98. One-piece Serge Dresses
for $4.98, Superior Coat Suits of sponged cloths, man-tailored, at $7.50 in
stead of $20. The $10 Mackinaw Coats are now $5. Garments for girls of
13 to 20 years.
Children's Dresses and Hats Reduced
The $1.00 Wash Dresses, sizes 2 to 14 years; reduced to 50c Cloth
Coats, sizes 2 to 6 years, reduced to $2.98 from $5.00 and up. Only $1.50
for Velvet and Felt Hats that were to $5.00. Babys' Caps that were to $1.00
for only 19c.
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On Buaal Flew t Oily lie wU 25c nt Tmi MVV"
Reduced to Only 50c
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Sec great table on first floor near elevator for "broken
lots" of lingerie worth to $1.00, at only 50c for choice. Forget
that some of the garments look mussed and carefully examine
the quality of materials, the trimmings, and the finish.
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