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THE WASHINGTON TBBES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 26, 1913.
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LAW COMPELLING
LOIR STEP MAY
DUKE OE RICHELIEU
AND BRIDE TO LIVE
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m'-'Mim
OLD SPELLING BOOKS
MAINE GOVERNOR
DEfflOCRA
S AWAIT
lilo CHE
CONGRESSMAN LAUDS
SPECIALISTS HEAR
CHANCEATJUDSON
RATE FAVORITISM
URGED TO PUT END
ISLATESTREPORT
Engineer Commissioner Said to
Be Unpopular With Members
of Majority.
The decision of President Taft to not
end to the Senate the names of Colonel
Goethals and JJeut. Col. W. V. Jud
Fon, Engineer Commissioner of the Dis
trict, asappolntecs to the positions of
Rovcrnor and vice governor of the
Panama Canal Zone is be!ieed, in con
nection with the ruction between Demo
crats in the House and Commissioner
Judson, to have defeated, during the
next four years, the advancement of
Colonel Judson to any high position in
the Panama Canal government.
It has been disclosed that bitter feel
ing exists among certain Democratic
members of the House District Com
mittee and that a number of Democrats
not on the committee are in sympathy
avlth them.
Witness Story Stung.
During a recent hearing, a witness
before the committee quoted Colonel
Judson as having made disparaging re
marks of practically every one of the
members of the District Commltlee
Thls testimony, of which a record was
made, was subsequently, stricken from
the records of the committee.'
A report of what the witness had said
reached Colonel Judson-and he attempt
ed to mollify the offended members by
calling on them, in person .or by'tele
phonc, to assure them that the testi
mony of tho particular witness did not
correctly represent -what he, had said.
Instead of .accepting his explanation
frankly, at least one member of the
committee is reported to have told
Colonel Judfon that ha, the Congress
man, did not care what might have
been said.
This attitude, which correctly repre
sents ths position of several Demo
cratic members, who, during the ante
convention fight were both Wilson and
Clark boosters, forebodes trouble for
Colonel Judson whenever it is suggest
ed to Governor Wilson that he appoint
the engineer Commissioner to a high
position in the Panama Canal Zone or
eleewhere.
Outlook Far From Rosy.
The sentiment has been communicat
ed to. Senate Democrats and the outlook
Is now anything but roseate for the
District engineer Commissioner.
President Taft. when he named two
District Commissioners last Tuesday,
-coted that Col. Chester Harding re
lieve Colonel Judson as engineer Com
missioner, but the change was made
contingent upon the confirmation of the
appointment of the Commissioners
Consequently Commissioner Judson
will remain in his present position until
after March 4.
Addison and Virginia Highlands
Ask Commerce Commission
to Order Tariff Altered.
Charging a discrimination in favor of
Alexandr'a and against Washington,
citizens of Virginia Highlands and Addi
son, In Alexandria county, have nsked
the Interstate Commerce Commission
that the Washington-Virginia Railway
Companv be ordered to alter its tariffs
"fo as to remove this discrimination
and Injustice
The complaint follows one made sev
rral weeks ago that the Washlngtoii-
! Virginia company, following the mer
ger, nad raised its tariffs on transpor
tation from Alexandria to Washington
and return. That case has failed for
want of prosecution, the complainant
not appealing bvfore the examiner of
the Commerce Commission when the
hearing was called.
In the Drcsent case- it is alleged that
for practically the same sum the Washington-Virginia
hauls passengers twice
as far In Virginia as it does between
Virginia Heights and the Distrct.
Dr. F. r. Ouen, I. C. Spangler. S. C.
Clark. Col. W. T Chantland. and J. L.
Dlsaver are among tne complainants
SCR
NEW
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Washington Electric Officers
Worried Over New Ruling of
Commissioners.
GRANT ENG
INE
RING
SOCIETY
ORGANIZED
Deans and Professors of Thirty
State Colleges Included in
Organization.
;Dip!omats;Wiil Talk
TVSpanish Veterans
The Spanish-American Atheneum on
January 25. In the auditorium of the
United States National Museum, will
hear addresses bv the Costan nlcan
minister, Sr. Joaouln Bernardo Calvo on
"El pcrlodlsimo en Centro-Amerlca;"
the Rev. Charles Warren Currier, vice
president of the Atheneum, on "Gene
sis of thtr Castilian Language' Senor
T'ernandd Cadalso. special commissioner
f the ministry of public instruction of
fipaln and of the faculty of the Central
University o? JIadrld, on "La Tradlcion
y El Progreeo en Espano," and Sr. Jose
Martel, of the University of Seville, will
rr-cite Andres Hello's "La Oracion por
Todos."
With delegates from more than thirty
State colleges present. Including deans
and professors of engineering, the Land
Grant. Engineering Association was or
ganized yesterday in this city.
J. P. Jackson, dean of engineering,
Pennslyvanld State College, was chosen
president: Dr. P. P. Claxton. United
States Commissioner of Education, vice
president, and Prof. A. Jiarston. Iowa
State College, secretary-treasurer.
These, with prof. H. W. Tyler, Massa
chusetts institute of Technology; G. WT.
Bissell, Michigan Agricultural College,
and President Riggs, Clemson Agri
cultural College. S. C compose the
executive committee.
Efforts will be made to secure Federal
appropriations for engineering exten
sion work by the State colleges, and al
so to affiliate with the American Asso
ciation of Agricultural Colleges and Ex
periment Stations.
Vaudeville Is Seen
At Hoosier Meeting
The meeting of the Indiana Society,
which was held last night in the Cham
ber -of Commerce rooms, was In the
form of a vaudeville entertainment.
There were several Impersonations and
a banjo and mandolin concert. The
Indiana Society is one of the largest of
the State societies, having a member-
send a representative to the meeting of
the State societies, wnicn -win oe neia
next montii.
Flowers for Social Functions.
When you entertain have Gude provide
thp flowers and decorations. .1211 F sU
Advt.
Eyes Examined Free by Onr Eye Specialist
S3 per cent of headaches, nervousness, dizziness and eye
strain are caused by imperfect vision. Jet our SPECIALIST
examine your eyes and prescribe for 3 our Individual need.
Look Over Our Specials
dffijiH'flB
Best Gold-filled Cannot-sllp Eye
glasses; fitted with fine French
lenses. Sold elsewhere, (j1 ff
$2.25. Special price Ol.UU
Jo Solid Gold
Eyeglasses, fitted
with finest French
crystal lenses.
Epe- co or
clal .... D&iO
Kahn's Special Bifocal Lenses
"One pair to see near and far."
Madp of finest quality French
crystal. Special (-1 AA
price Ol.UU
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tc cat and
grind our own
lenses on tbe
premises.
$10.00 INVISIBLE BIFOCAL LEXSES. Solid one
piece lenses, ground to see near and far. (No ce
ment, no division line.) Sold everywhere $10 and $12.
This Special offer for Jlondaj- and Tuesday.
H.25
Kahn Optical Co.
Cor. 7th and G Sts.
Opposite U. S.
Talent Office.
625 7th Street N. W.
Established
-XB65
353 Foreign and Domestic
Wines and Distillates
All the summer equipment of the
Washington "Railway and Electric Com
pany is sa'd to be tlircati-jied by the
lower car step regulation drawn up by
the District Electric Railway Commis
sion and Included in the revised rules
and regulations which will be recom
mended to the Interstate Commerce Com
mission for adoption. Announcement
that the District Commission had
voted a considerably lower rnr uteri
was made some days ago, the result
being heralded' as a victory for the
women, led bj Miss Janet Richards,
the lecturer, and Miss Elizabeth V.
Brown, the school official, who fought
a campaign or six months' duration.
Now comes the street railway com
pany protesting that the order will
relegate to the Junk pile its new open
cars, standing on the running board of
which was the subject of a special order
by the District commission last sum
mer. Members of the District com
mission decline to say whether they
will be moved by the plea of. the com
pany to rescind this part of its new reg
ulations. Opposed to Car Type. ''
But the members of tho commission
are known to feel strongly on the mat
ter of passengers standing on the run
ning boards, a practice which It Is al
leged the company tacitly encourages.
Consequently, the commission does not
feel particularly friendly to this type
of, car.
Members of the commission said dur
ing the summer that the. company was
making no great effort to enforce the
order in spite of the fact that placards
announcing it were posted in all cars
of this type.
The District commission instructed
its secretary, H E. Eddy, to get evi
dence of violation of the order. This
was done and a test case came tu
trial in the police court.
Time Limit for Retirement
The verdict of the Jury was to the
effect, members of the commission say,
that the copipany disobeyed the orde"-,
but that it was an unreasonable order,
and the Jury refused formally to con
vict. This case was held near the end of
the Bummer.
The commission. It is bWicved, will
stand firm for Its lower car step, rule,
even If it means the abandonment of
many cars of the open variety. A time
limit for their retirement is a likely
concession, however.
Cleveland Park Citizens Are
Felicitated on Being Satis
fied With Public Works.
Declaring that there was a world of
merit in the old blue-backed spelling
book, and the blackboard demonstrations
of his youth. Congressman Slsson ad-
.1-....., t. nlni.Alani1 Ttarlr rMMzpnn Af-
soclatlon last night In the John Eaton.
school. . . . . A
Mr. Sisson said he was delighted to
find at least one section of the city
that was satisfied with Its public Im
provements, and congratulated the
members of the association on their
work.
In speaking, of the education of chil
dren. Congressman Slsson. who was
once a school teacher, stated that he
--., a -u .1... lma whitTi nnminnnrn
by mental strength would be abolished
ust as dominance oy jjbbh.-o.i Bucbiu
las.
TO RAILWAY STRIK
E
OLD
GLASS
CAUSE
Loss, to Potato Growers and
Delayed Freight 'Causes
Alarm of Business Men.
OF FOREST FIRES
St. Paul Man Thinks- Focusing
of Sun on Broken Bottles
Often Starts Flames.
That fnreit flres are often caused by
the focusing of the sun's rays on the
broken glass of bottles thrown Into
underbrush by picnickers, Is the theprj
OI dames .ait-'. w ,t
Minn., now in Washington. He believes
a crusade now being opened by the
Forestry Bureau wi)l go far toward
eliminating the conflagrations of unde
termined origin. a.,
Tlie agents oi me ruirait ""r'S
t .i,i I..... hum 1n.tnmtra tn Dend
x urn luiu, u U.-W. ...-- ---- --. m
their efforts to prevent the throwing or
1....I.. . ....rlnrhmistl T ftlOnCT the
roads or trails leading through forest
country, says Mr. smun.
"The inspectors are convinced that
many of these fires for -which they can
not account are started by the focusing
of the sun's rays upon Domes or "iy
en glass, which act as a 'burning
glass," Igniting dry leaves or grass.
In pracucauy every iuihucuui; tn...
i. n n.on Yuiin am fnnd nf their
drink, and they are careless where the
throw their discarded flasks or beer
bottles. This heavy glass, cast Into a
. . -. J11 Afllnli 4 I K l"n Vsf
bundle oi ary leaven, win tnu . "
of the sun and start a fire jus.t as John
c-miM, t i.Aii,.f it wan. Atarted one for
the Indians with his pocket magnifying
glass."
D. J. Kaiaf itten
Is Doing More Clothing
Business Than Any Other Store
Because he does business on a
larger scale and at smaller
prices that's what has built this
Big Business.
Every Suit and Overcoat
in the Man's Store at
Honestly Reduced Prices
Every S15 Suit and Overcoat
9.90
Every $20 Suit and Overcoat
5 12.90
EveryS25 Suit and Overcoat
9 16.90
Every $30 Suit and Overcoat
18.90
Every -S35 Suit and Overcoat
22.90
Pedro Domecq's
World Renowned
Spanish Sherries
(Established 1730)
19 VARIETIES
Imported Direct by tbe
SOLE DISTRIBUTER
Christian Xander
909 7th St.
Every Full Dress Coat
and Trousers Reduced
Every S25 Full Dress
Coat and Trousers
19.9
Every $37.50 Full Dresb
Coat and Trousers
s3il.90
Every Tuxedo Suit Reduced
Every $25 Tuxedo Suit
9 16.90
Every $37.50 Tuxedo Suit
38.90
Every Frock Coat and
Vest Reduced
Every $20 Frock Coal and Vest
15.90
Every $25 Frock Coat and Vest
19.90
Every Pair of Trousers Reduced
Every pair of $5 Trousers
3.35
Every pair of $7.50 Trousers
5.35
Money's Worth or Money Back
0. J. Kaufman
The Man's Store
1005-1007 Penna. Ave.
BANGOR, are., Jan. 26.-Whlle the
Bangor and Aroostook railroad, favored
by the weather, is making desperate
efforts to move strike-stalled freight
and to hold Its trainmen from going out
In sympathy with the engineers, the
authorities of Kennehec county are pre
paring for a clash at MUllnocket today.
The loss to the potato growers, the
damage to seed potatoa now stalled in
freight cars, the tie-up of paper and
lumber shipments and the loss of wages
to strikers and others affected, all com
bine to make the huslnexn lntirpsta In.
slst on settlement by arbitration or
There Is a strong call for Governor
Haines to brini? official nressnre in honr
to this end.
P. J. McNamara. assistant vice presi
dent of the Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen, Is scheduled to address tOOO
union paper makers of the Mlllinockct
mills this afternoon.
Private detectives have so far failed
to discover the culprits charged with
putting soap into the freight engine
boilers each night, thus causing hours
of delay and extra work. Strikebreak
ers are still being imported from Can
ada -and the States as rapidly as pos
sible, but the englnemcn are confident
that their places cannot be satisfactorily
Ailed and "that the end of the strike
will be in sight before another week
has passed.
DR.REBER'SLECTURE
Eye and Ear Physicians of
Washington Hold Annual
Supper in New Willard.
N NEW YORK HOME
Tlie annual supper of, the yvashlngton
Society of Opthalmologists and Otolo
gists, consisting of eye and ear special
ists, was held In the red room of the
New Willard last evening. It was pre
ceded by a lecture by Dr. Reber, of
Philadelphia, on the relation of diseases
of the eye and nose.
Those In attendance were Drs. Malone,
BJshop, Dabney, Ecker, Lamb. Matshall,
Pryor, Weaver, Greenwood. Bartsch,
Muncaster, Warner, Moore, Davis. Fox,
Hazen, Green, Smart. Burke. Logue,
McKlmmle. Jackson, J. J. Richardson.
C. W. Richardson, Fisher. Robins. Sel
ver:. Abbey. Newell, Clark, Magee,
Kimball. BuUer, Acker, Bryan. Walker.
Roy, Hcnnlng, Shtite. Reeves, Wllmer.
Miller. Mason. Randolph, Dye. Wells,
Bennett, Harding. Spear and Hunting
ton. The officers of the' society are Dr.
Robert Scott Lamb, president; Dr. J. H.
Richardson, vice president, and Dr. A.
B. Bennett, Jr., secretary-treasurer.
Will Pick Jury for New
Hyde Trial-Tomorrow
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Jan.' 26. Tha
venire of forty-seven men was compet
ed when court adjourned at the Hyde
trial yesterday afternoon until 'Monday?
At that Jlme the work of selecting the
twelve men who will sit as turors In
the third trial of Dr. B. Clarke Hyde
on a charge of murder will begin.
Miss Wise Chooses to Stay in
' America Rather Than Re-,
side in France.
NEW YORK. Jan. 26. When the
Duke de Richelieu, whose ancestrylfl
cludes the famous cardinal, marries,
Eleanor Douglas wise, BalUmore heir-'
ess, he also will adopt her country as
his. so 'he told his friends yesterday.'
The wedding wljl occur February 8
After a brief honeymoon abroad they
will return to America and probably,
will take mansion In Fifth avenue. "
Several reasons are given for the
Duke's renunciation of" his native
France. The principal reasonis that
his briae-to-be chooses to live here;
rather than in France. Another rea
son is that Richelieu Is half an-Amerl-
can anyway. His mower was ajk
Heine, daughter of Michael Heine, a
New Orleans banker. She became a;
widow and then was married to Prlrfce
Albert of Monaco, from whom she af
terward was separated by tha courts.,
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Vaw urlfH whltA or rrav
striped sleeve: irray wltn nary
or red striped sleeves.-" J tut -the
thlPfC for skating and gym Bar
ium uses.
-e Sweater SIm
JULIUS A. WOT-
800 7ciM
Carroll Electric Co.
We earry a emasleto stack t
ELECTRICAL SUP-PLIES
aaa ear prices are law. C,
514 12th Strt N. V7.
Pfcoat Mala TS3a-T32i
8e Oattaff Flannel
3ie
1,500 yards splendid qual
ity Hcece-nap Outing
Flannel, in fast color; neat,
pretty stripe and checked
patterns; 3 7-8C.
75c aid M CailireB's
Ke4 FteBael Uider..
wear,
19c .
Odd sixes. All-wool Medi
cated Shirts and Drawers.
Clearance price. 19c,
We Occupy Our New Store Next Fall and Intend
fo Open With New Stock Only Hence
These Tremendous Gut Prices -
79c
$4.50 Girl' Coat Suits
Odds and enN of Girls' Red and Green Serge Coat
suns; w ana i: year sizes only; clearance
tfrlce, entire suit
$6.50 Women's Long Black Coats
Heavyweight Wool Kersey Coats, full length:
braided collars and cuffs: smalt'slzes only. PO QA
Clearance price waiii
. $2.00 and $3.00 Serge and Voile Skirts'-
Remnants of tan and gray serge and btXCg-and
white check cloth, and black voile skirts. QA.
Clearance price .V. 7. C
$10.00 Zebeline Coats
All-wool Blue and Brown Long Coats, with
snake button-over collar and turn-back
cuffs. Closing price
stylish
$3.99
$15.00 Coat Soits
Our very best All-wool Satin-lined $15.00
Suits. ,A11 this season's, newest models. IT QQ
Clearance price . tjlt7
$20.00 and $25.00 Saks
Finest of Whipcords, Cheviots, and Corduroys And
Serge Suits. In handsomely trimmed or flJQ QTJ
plain-tailored models. Clearance, prjee 'Ol'
$4.50 SSkSkkts WkkUk Dwt Rafles
Klegant- Quality Soft MessaUae SlUc. Skirts, with slllc.
i o&nasomes-.jaoioi-a, ingiuu-- CTdMK
dust ruffle
ing cbangeables.
.:tS?.
$25.00 and $30.00 Coats ,
Any coat In the house. Including the sty
lish black and white stripes; values to tyk Q QC
Clearance price Oi77tF
Gloves at One-Half
Price and Less
25c Fleece-lined Gloves
Warm Black Cashmere Gloves,
fleece lined. Clearance 1 1
price -LAC
39c Silk-lined Gloves
Silk and Doeskin Lined Black
Cashmere Gloves; two Q
clasps. Clearance price.. XV,
75c Suede Fabric Gloves
Imitation Kid; can't tell dif
ference, in brown, black, OtZn
and gray Clearance price. Out
15c and 25c Women's, Chil
dren's, and Infants' Mitts
Infants' White and Colored
and Misses' and Womeh's tn
Black Wool Mitts Vi,
Almost Given Away-
Infants' and Girls'
Headwear
$2.50 Girls' HaU
Corduroy. Plush, and Felt
Hats in four snappy shapes;
prettily trimmed; all col- Q,
ors. Clearance price.... UtC
50c Corduroy Bonnets
All colors Velvet Corduroy
Bonnets for Infants and small
children. Closing 1Q
price JLtC
$1.00 Velvet and Corduroy
All Bonnets of Velvet, Cordu
roy, and Bearskin: handsome
models; richly trimmed. ATJn
Clearance price txl
Silk Bonnets
39c Bonnets 22c
1.00 Bonnets -17c
$5.00 Bonnets 85c
Sweaters Attrac
tively Priced
50c Small Tots' Sweaters
Red. White, and Blue Coat
Sweaters for one to four
year children. Closing OQj
$1.00 Boys' Heavy Sweaters
Gray and Blue Heavyweight
Coat Sweaters, coat style, two
pockets; sis to sixteen A7
years fill
$2.00 Men's and Women's
Sweaters
Close-woven. Fancy weave
Gray and White Coat Sweat
ers; pocket (In- QT
lshed UlC
$3 to $5 Women's Sweaters
Any Sweater In the house. In
cluding $5 Norfolks; red. white,
gray, blue, and black. &-t QQ
Closing price dJ.0
$1.50 Flannelette House Dresses -
Fast color blue and gray heavy fleece-lined
one-piece House Dresses; best ji.50 quality. Q7
7lcurancc price OJC
75c iy2-Yard-Wide Broadcloth
Black. Gray. Green. Blue, and Brown Wool Ger
man Broadcloth, full oi Inches wide. One-half
price for quick clearance
39c
Laces and Embroideries, 6 yds. for 5c
Odds and ends of medlum-uldiTT laces and K
embroideries; values to 5c yard. 0 yaids for....
25c Men's, Women's, Infants' Hose
Black. Gray, and White AH-Wool Hose, for 1 1
men, women, and children for quick clearance '
See the 4c and 7c Remnant Tables
Short lengths of choice white goods. Satlue. Pcr
ralcs, and Ginghams. allies to 12 l-5c at one-third
tn one-half actual allies. .
$10.00 to $15.00 Fur Muffs and Scarfs
Choice of finest Gray Wolf and Black-hair
Fur Pieces, heavy satin lined; biggest (grt QQ
shapes , iJU
Timely Waist & Dress Sale
III
li
$5.95 Silk Bengaline Dresses, $3.77
New Spring Model Dres.-es of mercerized silk Benga
llnn, stllt.h buttons down the front, style with Robe
spierre collars and turnback cuffs of mutched striped silk.
Well shades of blue, brown, old rose, and QQ fjfj
tiu
na
2 $10.00 Whipcord Dresses, $3.99
1 Blue and 1 Brown, all-wool, expensive quality whip
tord dresses. Remnants of the season's cholc- Cq QQ
eat Jluo models. Closing price tDOtUif
$2.00 Gingham Dresses, 99c
Of Best Corded Gingham, suitable for street as well ns
house wear 5 Handsome Styles to select from. Includ
ing high and low necks. Plain lavender and blue QQp
and neat checks and stripes Jt
$2.00 Girls' Dresses, 98c .
Warranted fist color Galatea Corded Madras and
plain white llncne dresses, mudo in the popular Nor
folk belted stylo with pleated sep.irato skirts, or 1
plece prettil braid and button trimmed, all QQn
colors. to 11 years trOl
$1.00 Sample Waists
69c
S dozen White Union
l.lncn Waists made in
the new Robespierre
collar style with pearl
button trimmings and
turnback cuffs, on
length sleeves. Also
line pleated tailor
made garments with
soft collars Q
and culTs DtC
89c Girls' Norfolk Middy Blouses
aftjVKOfcX
69c
Good washing quality
white Middy Blouses
for girls 6 to lp years.
Made with red and
blue sailor collars and
cuffs of fast color ma
terial, rieated front
and back and finished
with black patent
leather belts.
Special
69c
mijoo asa i saa wapvn. s ,j
AII uuiuuan' F'Ufo, y
Regardless of condition repaired -
and guaranieeoxor oao jr.
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LMl.fS a4 ItR.ltMN
The Arcade
Six-PuM ttthra "aritr
FOR LADIES
.2ftS:3IP.M.
Lcaratfcl faavtaaUaa; ante, !
ml taai.aBd. excellevt tilalag for all
you as ladles. The a
kind fa Wasalaatasw
Oa ext Weaaesaay inr aegiaMi
from 1 t StM p.'m. free iaatraettoaa
nlta use of tables.
RE. KNIGHT,
Pkwe CfehwMa 838
YEATMAN
-Stoe; Latrobe furnace worlc
pairing. Mi. asd Slxta 3. W.
Hoof Ba
le, a.
Windows to Rent
' ' - for, 3
ljfaation Day.
ApplhOStfc Hotel Drfccoll,
First and-B sts.N. W. .
THE CORCORAN OALLERT Or JJLT.r
am be closed i.tothe public, for the puryeM
of reinstalling- tne permanent coueettoa.
rtom Monday morning; Jaaaarr Z7ta,BatS
eainroar. enrury w. pa,
F. B.-MCGD1RE. Director.
te tui)WM ! -'?fl
coUeettao. W
THE ARCADE POOU PARLOR.
LADIES AND- GENTLEMEN Hth and Park
road. Special for ladles, dally 12 to 5 JO p. b.
Free lnitructlona. . Reasonable Rataa.
R. C X3SIOHX. Proprietor. CoL ML
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OFFICE OF TUB -WAamNQTOX OXS
LIGHT COMPANY. -WaahlMton. D. C
January la, UI2. Tne annnal meeting at
tbe shareholders" of the Waahlnztoa Gas
Ll(ht Company fcr tha election of Director
and for such other famines- u may properly
come before aald meeting will be held at the
office of the Company. Noa. 4U-U7 19th
itreet n. w.. MONDAT. February lHi at
12 o'cIjck. noon. The polls will be open from
12 o'clock, noon to 1 o'clock P. M.
1 WILLIAM R. ORME. -Secretary,
INAUGURAL COMMITTEE.
COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC COMFORT.
Rooms SO and M. U. S. Trust Building. Ptna
aylvanla avc. and Tenth at. N. W.
All partler dcatrinr to rarnlah quarters ta
Ultdr durlnc tnaucural period, are- rt-queued-
to all at this office or send de
scription of rooms, statlnr the number of
persons thai can be supplied with beds ur
cots, with a- without meals, terms', etc.
M. i. WELLER. Chalrman.
Committee on Publla Comfort.
Tho Woman Worth While Wants tha Candy
worth While uuu.1 uauisua. .t inn.
Phone M. S1SC Open Sunday. t
DISEASE CONQUERED AT LAST.
DRUGISS HEALING. By RESTORING tha
CIRCULATION of the BLOOD and JERVO
V1TAL FLUIDS of the Body THAT CURB
tbe DESPERATE. HOPELESS and INCUR
ABLE (so-called) DISEASES that' ha'.a
passed BEYOND the -reach of MEDICINE
and the skill of .YOUR PHTSICIAN. All this
without Medicine or Surgical Procedure.
LADY ASSISTANT. VALUABLE BOOKLET
and CONSULTATION FREE. Hours, 39 a.
m. to 3 p. m. Sundays. 11 to L PROF.
U. N. D. PARKElt. 192 3th at. If. W.
THE MILTON PRINT SHOP
Has Removed to
JOT PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE X. W.
Oxer Dai la' Hat Store. !
GEORGE W. JORSS.
"ADVERTISING SPECIALmES"
401 Munsey Bulldlns. Waihlnston D. C M.,
11. . -
YOU'LL GET BETTER
HIT ! FDN Buckwheat, and MORE bucb
BULLbli d wheat, when, you order MIf
CaULntnasT XT? Se'f-Ralslnc; Buck-OCB-nsftag
wheau Ifa pure, whole-
D.U.,L..I wine, ana economical. In.
BiCIWieaC 1t on having it.
jtWM your frrocer's. No cocsujnera aupplled.
B. B. EARNSHAW BRO.
Wawleaalera. 11th aad M ata. S. E.
i
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
Let Us Pack
hlpment tu other cities. Uo employ exrrj
STORAGE. MOVING. SHIPPING.
Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co. .
iTiu-ir iii oh n. y.
PADDED vans. Jt id-: I-h. wason. C Id
none uaiii ajia'ib.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
Packing and Shipping. Storaxe. 12 Tan load
QET OUR ESTIMATES on absolutely Ore.
STATES STORAGE CO. ill-tOlOth St. N. W.
Phone M. 2a. ; l
WE DO PACKING Household goods rot
shipment: storaxe In private apartment
Free haullnc to our stoma. UTTLEFIELD.
ALVORD CO EOT Hth St. nw.
OUT OF WORK?
WHY DON'T
YOU LOOK UP
THE TIMES'. WANT ADS.
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