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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, JANUARY -28,1913.
.ONES CHARGES ll-fo KENS1TONLAWYER
Attacking the American Govern
ment In the Philippines as "a law-defying,
which had plunged the islands In
debt, violated the acts of Congress
and defeated the ends of justice,
Congressman William A. Jones,
chairman of the Committee on In
sular Affairs, delivered a vigorous
speech in support of his bill for the
ultimate independence of the Philip-
Mr. Jones challenged the propriety
of President Taft's act in criticising
legislation now pending in Congress,
and In "giving advice" to the new
. Administration. The President's
function, he said, was to recommend
legislation, not to criticise pending
Denies Taft's Views.
In speaklns; of the present government
of-the Philippines, he said:
"I not only assert, but I shall under
take to prove by Incontrm ertable facts,
that the government which the United
States has Imposed upon the Filipinos,
and under the dominance o which thcy
are forced to live, is an oligarchy ,of
Ihc most despotic, intolerable, and un
Congressman Jones replied to the re-t-ent
speech of President Taft,' made
fceforc the Ohio Spciety m New York
and radically differed with the Execu
tive's views that American control,
umilar to that which Great Britain
exercises overlier colonies, should con
tinue in the islands.
Jones charged Governor General
Voibes with cross extravagance and
declared that undei his administration I
icsldent bureaus had leen created witn
fabulous salaries for chiefsand assist
ants. 1 'The- Government which this country
has imposed on 'the Filipino." he said.
'18 an oligarchy of the most intolerable.
aerpouc ana unrestricted cnaracter.
J. DAWSON WILLIAMS,
Candidate For Seat In Maryland
m RANGE SHOWN
i High-Class Offerings Vary From
Caruso and Paderewski to
Elsie Janis' Number.
Truly impressive-ist the array-of music
provided in .the Victor Records for Jan
uary. From that perennial favorite ot
Victrola owners, Enrico Caruso, to El
sie Janis and' thVErminie '"Good Night"
chorus, the new monthly offerings re-
teal the great range and resources of
the Victor organization.
Caruso sings that roost famous of
French sacred songs. "Because.,"' and
the climaxes employ the full power of
his masnlflcent voice. TIfta RufTo tne
I fnrpmnRt rxrvmilr itftrti'nnr itin rnnilfl
The Hanguel road, built through the 1 hIs American debut this, season, is heard
ASKS ELECTION TO
J. Dawson Williams Avowed
Candidate for Place of Sen
ROCKVILLE. Md., Jan. 2S.-J. Dew
son Williams, of Kensington, has
made formal announcement of his can
didacy for the Democratic nomination
for the State senate from this county
io succeed Senator Blair I-ee. The
probabilities seem to be that Mr. Wil
liams will have no opposition. lie will
have the support of the Peter broth
ers, who arc his close personal and
political friends, and he Is also the
choice of the friends of Col. Spencer C.
With that combination behind him,
considered in connection with his per
sonal popularity and influential family
connections. h,s nomination seems as
sured. Senator T.e nt pmirap wlllTinr
! be a candidate, as he is Just now en
gaged in hunting bigger game" in the
shape of a United States Senatorship.
No. Rival Expected.
Should Mr. Williams have an oppo
nent for the nomination, it will be
due to the faction of which Senator
Blair Lee is the leader, but it is not
thought likely that the Lee people will
put forward a candidate ' for the
reason that Mr. Williams and Senator
Lee have been political friends since
each became active in the politics of the
county, and as the to have many
worm mutual friends among whom
there is a feeling that Mr. Williams
deserves the honor.
In 3909 there wag a movement in the
county for Mr. Williams as the succes
sor of Mr. Lee In the State senate, but
Mr. Williams would not consider a con
test, and earnestly supported Senator
Lee. as he did, also, in the gubernatorial
Mr. Williams was a member of the
legislature of 1S0S. He served on the
ways and means committee, and was
early appplnted.by Speaker Ray a mem
ber of the Democratic steering commit
tee. He was the first man in that legis
lature to respond to the suggestion of a
good roads movement outlined by the
late Governor Crothers- in his inaugural
j address, and introduced the Joint resolu
tion providing for the present State
roads. ' later leading the fight .for that
part of the lav; which gave to each
MANY STATES WILL
KEEP TROOPS PROM
Legislatures Block Appropria
tions for Sending Militias
Here for Inauguration.
.mountains, to the summer homes of
the American colony, the speaker as
tertpd. cast the Philippines ovei .$!.
000.000 and an annual upkeep of
"Governor Forbes, having in hand
$12,000.1)00 to $14,000,000 in funds this
ear. has proceeded to spend them ac
cording to his own wijl and in utter
disregard for which tho prior legis
lative appropriations had been njade,"
Jones declared - " ".
Tells Of Automobiles.
Anions other things, Jones said, 123
new bureaus had been inaugurated.
and that besides furnishing automo
in three numbers an aria from "The
connty a definite proportionof the road the pageant.
Giovanni serenade of MorarC. He sings
mem with" the grace amr-fluency which
have gained him his position in the mu
Only second in importance are John
McCormack's two new ballads and the
favorite. '."Love's ,OId 'Sweet Song,", by
Clarence Whltehlll: Faderewskl's -tendering-
of -Liszt's "Etude'ln F Minor" Is
n his characteristic style. Miss Maud
Powell, 1oIinist, plays a WIenawsk!
dance., with dazzling brilliancy, and
Frank 'JjTForge presents two splendid
piano solos. GottsehaJk's Pasmilnadp"
biles to bureau chiefs, the governor J and .one ot Chamlndae's most popular
had appointed a private secretary tor ..Paf;,laccn the -era 8.,ected for
his own .use at a salary of 4.50-j a ; the" medley by the Victor Opera Com-y??r-
. ..' ,,,, i.j, Pan'- Robert Hllllard gives a moving
Part of the .C0p.OOO appropriated by Una thrillimr recital of the dramatic
Congess for use in alleviating suffer-J poem. "Christmas in the Workhouse,
ing among the starving natives, the , EIsle Janis cemtnand of dialect is
speaker charged, was mverttd by the I snown in her- ItaIIan song ..Wnen An.
governing body and used in building the lei0 Plays the Cello." ruc-Marsh sings
Benquet road. Thts policy, pursued 1ha iV.k- ., nf3 TSL"" ..Ir"
iHM An.nlnnn n.I,T,'l. ' . c I! . . . ' - " V. M .--!;
has turned what affection the natives
had for this country into Tiatred.
In dilating upon the expense which
the islands are to the Government,
Jones declared that it had cost the
United States nearly $000,000,000 to main
tain an army since American occupancy.
Mr Williams is treasurer of the. Dem-
cavaiu?8 o7era of'S,' and then ! -tic State central committee for this
and Ada Jones and Leon Spencer sing
a lively Southern number. "On the Mis
sissippi." The Trinity choir and Elsie
Barker records are also excellent.
The variety ot the Victor monthly list
Is exceeded or.ly by its quality. Music
lovers of all tastes are provided for.
Dog Holds Police at Bay.
MILAN. Jan. 21 Six policemen were
reou'red to subdno a diminutive fnv
unions of Norway now have CO.OOO mem- terrier standing guard over his dead
bers. having Increased the'r rolls b , master's body. He finally was riiovcd
7,000 last year. j with a lariat.
Norway Unions Increase.
CHRISTIAXIA. Jan. 28. The trades
county, and In the last campaign raised
in this county by popular subscription
more than $1,700 for the Wilson' fund.
He Is a graduate of Western Maryland
College, and took a special course at
Johns .Hopkins . University in history
and polltlcar acfence.
He is a member of the bars of Mont
gomery county and the District of Co
lumbia, and practices his profession in
Rockville and "Washington city. He i3
a director of -the Kensington Bank and
resides In that town with the family of
his" father, Arthur Williams. He is
thirty years old.
Dog Bites Boy.
Jairtes A. Cumberland, fourteen years
old, of 209 Massachusetts avenue north
east, was bitten on the left leg by a
dog while visiting at the home of
friends at 72S Marjland avenue north
east last evening. He had the wound
dressed at the Casualty Hospital.
(Continued from First Page.)
governor general of the Society of Col
onial Cavaliers and author of the ultra
fashionable Peerage ot America, said
"The Smithsonian Museum could eas-l
11 v hRVf heen altered over for the nur-1
poses of the inaugural ball. The Presi
dential, Executive and social business
Is the chief industry of Washington, as
much as the ecclesiastical and ancient
ruins business is that of modern Rome.
Anything which militates against that
strikes Washington in its solar plexus
its tradespeople. In the abandonment
of the ball, one falls to detect whether
the latent motive Is one of the residual
elements of Princeton blue Presbyteri
anlsm or the ineffectual bid of a species
of demagoguery. "But the Ideas of the
Cavalier, not of the Puritan, are ram
pant today in every grade of American
society. It is not the ultra-fashionable
whose pleasure Is to be curtailed by
the omission of the ball, but representa
tives of the backbone of our common
wealththe middle and upper classes.
"At all events, after the rcrormed so
cial etiquette of the "White House, so
successfully inaugurated br Theodore
Roosevelt, and ablv seconded by Presi
dent and Mrs. Taft, we humbly thust
that the Executive mansion is not going
to fall back Into a state of social sans
cullotlsm. "Being myself a Democrat, and hav
ing been in the recent campaign a zcal
ou amateur political worker In support
of Mr. "Wilson's election, both in Fifth
avenue. New York, where I live, and
down in the lower East Side, where a
whole army of beneficiaries of a phil
anthropic association founded by me
more than ten years ago reside. I can
not be charged, in the expression of
these somewhat radical social views
with a spirit of poltical partisanship."
Keen Rivalry Under Way.
The inaugural commute is pitted
against the suffragette pageant organ
izers In a keen competition for su
premacy In parade matters. Blocked Jn
etery move, the women have made up
their minds to eclipse the Inaugural pa
rade. The citizens Inaugural commit
tee, stirred by the women's intrusion, as
tl ey secretly call it, are Just as de
termined that the inaugural parade
shall be far brighter and better than
committee, has his back to the wall
and is in the fight to make his parade
the best in history. Major General
Wood, too. Is planning a tine military
section, but smaller than In previous
The cdntrovcrsy between the inaugu
ral committee's stands contractor. Wil
liam S. Riley, and the suffragette or
ganizers Is not at an end, but there are
signs today of a compromise.
May Compromise on Stands.
Mr. Rllev wants the women to give
up the Sherman Squaro stands plan, but
tney feel that their fight to obtain tho
permission was too difficult to allow
them to make such an easy surrender.
Consequently thty have refused point
blank to submit to Mr. Riley s .propo
sition on that point. He has modified
his terms, and it seems today that the
warring factions may come to some
agreement, satisfactory to the women,
and likewise prolltable to Mr. Riley;
The Sherman Squaw stand for page
ant day will be constructed by some
contractor, soon to be selected by the
suffragettes. The remaining stands,
under the direction of Mr. Riley, will
probably be used on pageant day under
a partnership arrangement with tho
Veto Ends Reception Plan.
Tile President-elect's veto of the
White House reception plan makes it
positive that there will be no public in
augural social event. Private Individ
uals and societies probably will provide
brilliant affairs for even a larger crowd
than would have attended an inaugural
ball or reception. Tho inaugural com
mittee Is glad of Mr. Wilson's stand on
the White House reception, and is en
tirely satisfied over the certainty that
there will "now be no reception. Mr.
Wilson'd ban on an invitation reception
and his mandate for a democratic af
fair. If any were arranged, has put tho
final nail in the social arrangements of
the inaugural leaders.
The veto of the reception and ball is
turning the attention of society women
to the suffragette pageant event. They
will now take a more active part In iu
arrangement than they would have done
if there had been some social affair
planned by the citizens Inaugural com
mittee or the Congressional Inaugural
Syrup- of Figs is
Best for a Child
If its little tongue is coated, breath
feverish, stomach' sour and
ECZEMA CURED IX 10 TO 30 DAY?.,
The Fart Jiwicine ko.. j- i-ioe nui, ou
luU. Mo.,manufieturtr of Laxative Brome
Quinine, have a new and wonderful dtecotery.
GROVES SA-NAItE CUTIS. hlch they
guarantee to cure any cae of ECZEMA, no
matter of how lone atandlnc. In 10 to JO
dayi and will refund money If it falli.
CROVE-'B SA-NARE CUTIS Is perfectly clean
and doei not uln. If your drucultt hain't
It. send u SCc and It will be zent by mall.
Meantime, the efforts of the two or
ganizations are making for the finest
inaugural week program ever given
in Washington, visitors are assured
of two magnificent spectacles as the
result of the bitter rivalry between the
Say Woman Have Advantage.
Around Washington. Congressmen 'and
citizens are saying under, their breath
than the women have the inside track.
and thaf they will stage) a far more
remarkable and beautiful affair than
the men. The women feel that way.
In fact, the only thing hat now causes
worry Is that the pageant will be so
enormous as to be beyond the scope of
the organizers. '
Chairman R. X. Harper, of the civic
organizations committee, perhaps the
hardest worked man on the Inaugural
Every mother i mmcdlately realizes
-fter giving her child delicious Syrup
of Figs that this is the Ideal laxative
and physic for the children. Nothing
else regulates the little one's stomach,
liver and thirty feet of- tender bowel
so promptly, besides they, dearly love
us ueugniiui n g taste.
If your child isn't feeling well, rest
ing nicely, eating regularly, and acting
naturally. It is a sure- sign that its little
inside need a gentle, thorough cleans
ing at once. , ,
When cross, irritable, feverish, stom
ach sour, breath bad or your little one
has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, sore
throat, full of cold, tongue coated; .give
a leaspoonful of Syrup of Figs and In
a few hours all the foul, constipated,
clogged up waste, undigested food and
sour bile will gently move on and out
of Its little bowels .without nausea,
griping or weakness, and vou will sure
ly have a well, happy and smiling child
again snort ly.
witn JSITUD of Flirs vou ar not
aruggmg your children, being composed
entirely of luscious figs, senna and
aromatics, it cannot be harmful.
Mothers should always keep Syrup of
FTgs 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 are
and grown-ups plainly printed on the
Ask your druggist for the full name.
"Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna-
prepared by the California Fig Syrup
Co. This Is the delicious tasting, genu
ine old reliable. Refuse anvthlntr !.
YouVc the Doctor
)f your own future you are a privi
leged character when it comes to spending
your own money.
COMMODIOUS COLONIAL HOMES
In the Choicest Location OVERLOOKING ROCK CREEK PARK
19th Street: Nos. 3140 to 3150 8 Rooms and Bath Two Stories and Attic
In a neighborhood of 110,000 to S25.000 homes, convenient to schools, churches, markets, and street
cars- Large front and rear porches. laundry, servants room and toilet. Hardwood floors throughout. Bath
room with shower. Beautiful decorations. Artistic electric fixtures. Blinds to all windows. Built-in re
frigerator. Cold storage in cellar, etc. Some are finished In sol'd oak, others In mahogany and white.
Looking through the beautiful I8-fU parlor with its artistic mantlcplcce, open fireplace, gas logs,
snd BlibTvef chandeliers, into the magnificent dining room with its built-in china closets and deep window
seat, overlooking the Park.
Lighted Till 0 P. M. Take
M. Pleasant Car to I-a-raont
Street! Walk Two
L. E. BREUNINGER,
Kcprcsentathc on Frcmixcs.
if you have $200 cash and are paying
rent, you are living beyond your income.
An illustration of what you should be
doing with your rent money is to be found
at High View. Here you will see families
living in attractive homesof the most mod
ern design, and they are paying for these
homes with monthly payments which arc
undoubtedly as low or lower than your
present payment of rent. But, where you
lose all of the amount of rent you pay out
each month, these High View families are
saving an average of over 50 of this
monthly payment. This 5o and over you
are wasting unnecessarily spending injudicious!)'.
Wife He Killed Is
RIVER HEAD. it. Y.. Jan. 2S. The
wife that Henry C. Edey, a retired Wall
street broker,, killed at their home In
Bellport, I I., about a month ago,
was the chief beneficiary named, In his
will. JMey committed suicide. The
value of the estate Is estimated at sev
eral hundred thousand dollars.
The will Is dated during tho period
Just before Edey and his wife separated.
Mrs. Edey's death lets the property re
.vert to Mary ,E. Edey, the testator's
daughter bv a former marriage. The
sum of $30,000 is left In charge of the
executors for the life Use' of Edey's
former wire. Charlotte 31. Comlns.
After her death the principal goes- to
- Bars Freak; Dances
WETXESSLEV, Mas.", Jan. '2.-Ta
prohibit the turkey trot and bunny hug.
the faculty of Wellealey College Maa
ordered that "norRtrt-shall- aHow any
young man to hold her clsr to Mm
han three Inches-" $ i
Read these reduced prices!
AncLreraember that all these goods are absolutely new stock. The linesare
complete in i sizes and styles there, are no "odds and ends,'rho?.'back
Our entire stock of Manhattans,xthe
latest patterns, at re- -- - -duced
prices, beginning 31,15
$1.50 Union Suits now ,..$1.10
2.00 Union Suits now 1.35
2.50 Union Suits now 1.88
3.00 Union Suits now 2.35
5.00 Union Suits now 3.50
10.00 Union Suits now.... 6.15
Two-piece Suits at corresponding
Regular Si. 50, $1.25,' and $1.15
qualities of Street Gloves, .
from the best makers in the 9Csf
country, at .frtJP.V-
$1.50 Silk Squares now 9Sc
2.00 Silk Squares now. $138
3.00 Silk Squares now 1.95
Broken lots of $1.50 and $1.00
Four-in-hands, English Squares,
Our entire stock of Bath" Robes at
one-third off the regular prices-
300 Imported Wool Hats, in the. season's newest $J mQQ
shapes and colorings, all sizes, reduced to. .". .
Our Spring Display
"Subway 'Shoe Shop
Is Town Talk
rwmtnrXt s '
To Get to High View
phone Main 2345 for our FREE Auto
Service or take a North Capitol Street
Car marked "Brookland" or "North Cap
itol and W Streets," get off at Rhode Island
Avenue, and walk one square east on You
Street (Rhode Island Avenue and You
Street cross at North Capitol).
SHANNON & LUCHS
713 14th Street N.W.
Look for Our Greenland White Sign
We are months-ahead of other stores with our
Spring showing miles ahead of them when it comes
to the quality of our footwear and you will be a
dollar or two to "the good on the price.
Here-and here only can you
obtain Tne STEADFAST Shoe -
for $.0, 6 JO and 8.00 arid
Shoe at 4.50, 5.00 and
satisfaction is guar
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Rama Calf BaL
Oxford, English hut.
1319 1321 F Street
')'. I.APIICS & GKNTLEMEX!
T Si i 'n "' ry onp of our FAMOl'S X
II to 13) .
IOIs DIXXEItS. 5 to
T I!ctiunint A I.A CARTE
'. M'XOII Kc
V TIIK LINCOLN HOTEL
:0 p. m. 3!
from 7 to J,
in miii.i 1 4 ...-.- . . . 4 . .
A UOOKLKP OX DKVCLUS'S HUAMXC
RKAD1XO IT will dlwocr TO vol' that
I womotor-UaU. J'arabslf. RheumatUm.
Inaomnla. Athma. Arterial SclrnuU. Xeu
ruMhpnla. NVnoui Kxhaustlnn. anu tbe aerl
nus Incuiatile (o-calll( Disease, can be
i'iirrl without Medicine or Surgical In
cedure Information, llooket. and COXSUL
TATIOX KREE. LADV ASSISTANT. Hours.
10-s p. m. Sunday. 11 to 1.
I'ltOl. II. X. V. PARKER. IPS! 9tli tt. X.
DOLLY HAUIsOX TRINITIES and eery
HrlrU of ("liocolatei -delicious and pure
c lli. 7W HI- I hone, M- orders.
Windows to Pent
Apply Office. Hotel Driscoll,
First and B sts. N. W.
THE MILTON TRIXT SHOP
Has Remoed to
TEXXBYLVAX1A AVENUE X.
Oitr DU" Hat Store.
THE ARCADE POOL PARLOR.
LADIES AXD GEXTLEMEX-Hth and Park
road. Special for ladles, dally I: to 5:3) p. in.
Free Instructions Reatonablo Rates.
R. C. KNIGHT. Proprietor. Col. S3S. ,
February f we will In-.
OFFICE OF THE WASHINGTON QAS
T IIT1IT 1-nMPAKV n'flihlnrinn r r
January IS. 1913. Tlie annual meetlnc ot j
MNhn hm. nr inn ua.nmotnn Co.
T stall a 10c X
T SPECIAL MESSENGER SERVICE ?.
j for tho convenience of their many J,
T patrons. la order to Insure tho 8UC- 4.
T CESS of this new department all SPK- 3.
thai. iii-TT.ivfc'iTV- nwrtro .m
tne snarenoiacrs or tne ivasnington uas -J-EARNESTLY solicited. Our Ann name J.
Light Company fer the election of Directors u sufficient suarantce. THE MER-4.
and for such other business as may properly l4,cmTS- TlUVSPm x. Sno iAv T
come beiore said incetlns will bo held at th ! m vo?V- ' .i - STORAGE
office of the CompW. Nos. m-UT 10th XhY". ''TV; K .'V .".'. ."". .V
treet n. w MONDAY. February 3. mi. at TvI"I-I-I-I-M"M"I "H i I I I ! I-M ;;!
12 o'clock, noon. The polls will bo open from
1; o clock noon to 1 ociock 1: 11.
1 WILLIAM a ORME. Secretary.
COMMITTEE OX PUHLIC COMFORT.
Rooms :0 and :i. U. S. Trust Bulldins. Penn
sylvania ac. and Tenth st. N. W.
AH parties dcslrlne to furnish quarters to
visitors durlnK Inaueural period, are re
quested tu call at this office or send de
scription of rooms, statin; the number ot
persons thai can be supplied with beds or
cots, with a- without meals, term?, etc
M. I. WEL1.ER. Chairman,
Commlttea on Public Comfort.
Stove; Latrube furnaie wuik.
palrlne- Md. and Sixth S. W.
Uucknheatls in great
er demand oery day
amons thoso who
want the REST Al
viaM Ktrlctlv uure.
0At lour crocer"s. No consumers supplied:
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO.
GEORGE W. JORSS.
4dl Munsey Buildlns. Washlncton D. C M.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
PADDED vans. J Hid.: I-h. wsron. Id.
, Phone Main 1315-1318. .
COLUMBIA TRANSFER Jfc STORAGE CO.
903 N. Y Ave. V W
Pachlns and Shipping. Storajs. jj Yan luJ.
GET OUR ESTIMATES en absolutely fire
proof storage, movtns. packlnr. UNITEO
STATES STOR.VCE CU.. 4lk-30 IWn st. N. W.
Phone M. O. t
WE DO PACKIXO-Householi cooda tot
shipment: Moras !n private apartments.
Free haullnc to our stone. LITTLEFLELD.
ALVORD & CO . MI Hth st, nw.
Mrs. Emily Freck Barnes
IU Elevecth St. N.
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E. Ph. Untr. XZX
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