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WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1S0L3. ,rT
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.James F,, Stone. peclares That
Expert Tried Jo Sell .Books
(Continued frqm First Pafjc.)
It!rnl ii.iu subsribeU to 1.000 of Best's
imokit .il Jlo ac.li.
"I told him tliat tvc couldn't buy the
tfboks: that it vr.is impossible."
w -t Who did he saj had bought his man-.-Cuals?"
"U'resldent Lewis, Amonson. of Hie
'""People's National Insurance tomi.an.
? ' 'State whether .your organization has
been criticised by Best."
w """Ve have been tcvcrcly criticised."
"ttld Mr. Stone, rather indignant!.
TBest & Co. issues what they call n
-it;jfistcr." and In this the "People s man-
"'iU'cment lias been given as "fair, '
while ours, has been put down as
" "What was the organization expense
i'l'ot the People's, as compared to jour
oi4'Our organization expenses were on
'"the same basis uf 10 per cent. Ours
wdld not Mtcced lh2t amount. I don't
""Know about the other company."
-"Do you thtnk vour rating would liavo
'"-been better If jcu bad bought Best's
tbck?" asked Chairman Johnson.
'Would Be Nice."
"By inference only I gathered that
JJSpresslon. J8?st said he thought It
""tvtuld be nice "It Ve "would purchase
some of his books for distribution
J among our agentt..
"You are willing to give Information
" about your business?"
"""J "We are willing to answer all rcasOn-
able questions," said Air. Stone, "but
J" Best Imagines all new insurance Com
- panles must answer every question he
" asks. AVe sulfertd tortures from this
"". man's persistent efforts to make us tell
him everything we did."
X ClAlirnian Jonnson, with decided em-
phasls, asl cd:
5 "lis it not because this man had a
C paper, the columns ofCnfalch you .were
JJ afraid of If you did not "give ln-to his
. unreasonable demarfasT which "worried
"Vts. exactly," said air. Stone.
2 . "Has Best any official standing which
v. entitled him to demand such Informa-
5 ot- that I know df."
- "1 thought when he testified, com-
J2 tnented Chairman Johnson, "that he
i was a presumptuous, self-constituted
J2 censor and that Insurance men were
.afraid of hlai.beuisejot the. columns
22 of his paper." JJJ
"": Were Persecuted.
X "You are exactly-Tight," said the wit-'
r? ness. "We suffered a series of perse-
cutlons from Best."
Mr. Johnson asked If Insurance peoe-
pie would comply with Best's demands
for information In the event he did not
5 publish a paper. -Mr. ;Ston?' thought
- not- "I may be Jeopardizing myself.
" now, In making these statements," said
T Mr. Stone as he left Ihe stand.
' "The examination of Mr. Ingham
again hinged upon the practice of the
Insurance companies In paying for
their examinations and the expense
fm money received, by3ngbaffl 'whej';he
4T went to Montgomery Co investigate the
v- cause or the ban against the First Ca
Jg tional company.
3 Congressman Prouly developed that
the insurance superintendent had no
is public record In his office of the ex
! penses of the Alabama trip.
Ji Ingham said he keut the expanse fig-
ures in his, head, and Mr. Redfleld
JJ wanted to know, whether a public of
w fleer, recelyjng -ffionjx. from acorpo- J
J2 ration undernlsesupenrlalotC noum&t-1
li ter now iegrnnjatihe proeeeinp might
be, ought to-kep -aorecorI of 'such
JJ transaction. Mr. Ingham said he saw
-. no wrong in Ce first course.
"But. suppose you died or went
- .wayl" said Mr. Redfleld.
Mr. Ingham said he always told other
employes of the offlce-when -receiving
n expense money ofThls"sortr and that he
2 sl.vays Inserted In his annual state-
.1,Afc b 1WW1U J. SUVt UI.I.UUUM.
Do you personally examine the ac-
V4 counts' of your assistants when they
go away on these' out-of-town asslgn-
Mr. Ingham said he didn't examine
t all of them. He said he had confl-
2J dence in the honesty of the employes
of the Insurance 4epartincnt..and didn't
2 regard false 'entries' on expense 3tate-
4, znents as PT&babler "
2 "When you are given a check for an
X out-of-towajnlsslon," asked Mr. Red-
Jleld, "do you turn it over to the ex-
2 amlner?" " "
"If they "are here t turn the check
over to them: If they are away I
.. deposit the:. checkto jny -own account
and send"-the examiner my.'check."
2? Mr. Redfleld 'asked a' few more qaes-
tlons regarding the fees paid Insurance
examiners and real estate appraisers.
and the superintendent of insurance
2J mlllngly left the stond. He had op
rt, parent! y made a" favorable lmpressiun.
2 In Writing.
21 In closing the Investigation the com-
mlttce decided that Charles' C. Glover.
Charles J. Bell, and Edward J. Stell
wagen may submit in writing certain
data desired by the committee. This
data will consist in the value of prop
erty held by these three bankers In the
lcinlty of the Southern building, as
carried on their books. The three
bankers arc also asked to infrm the
J2 committee what amount they derive
m. from insurance holdings and Insurance
2T A long discussion regarding the time
for submitting the arguments of couu-
"' cl followed the testimony today The
m three attorneys. Messrs. Douglas, Kas-
by-Smith, and Carusi, thought it would
22 be Impossible to get up the briefs and
1. oral arguments before next Friday or
" Saturday, but finally agreed to make
5 an attempt to present them Tuesday
night, as Congressman Redfleld will
" IravB the cily for two days Wednesdaj.
e houj-c District com.ttcc was at- j
led last night ata meeting ol the
ot providing mon;
en-ice. iiimbera or the jsfco'ciation de- choicest barley, regardless of
lated that police proiec.ion was more.. . -" . , , .
hair the object- for
Bridges and "other impro'i emenis, a.:
hough welcome, are not nejwry.
;Mle llie aiciy oi me ciuzens is. one
''Membercessed disapproval of the'buy in the store at a less price
rchool Hhould have been less, declared .
William McK. C!aytotr and the money
chould have been iifed for the establish
ment uf graded schools.
The request of FUffrage pageant or
anlzcrs to be allowed to speak before
he association at the nciit meeting was
(My Om "MOMO gW&tt," fe
Laxative Broo Qwmm
i CtMfcB Om Day. Grip la 3 Dy
! DRUDGERY IN CITY
Laundry Worker, Amid Hand
somely Gowned Listeners,
Pleads for Eight-Hour Day.-
Clouding through close! nedwl
women, clad in furs and silks, a woman
laundrv worker tolay appealed to fie
House libor Committee to pas3 the
I'ctcrs bill for an eight-hour dav for
women woikcrs. She waj Mrs. Grace
Coulon. of 613 Sccoiid street northwest
In a chenn but neat velvet hat. shabby
black coat and flimsy pink dress, ahc
told the committee why women work-
' ly. caused considerable comment on the
women's wage scale In the Capitol.
"I am twenty-six years old." she slid.
"I went to work in a laundrv when
I was thirteen. I am a widow and
have a babv boy and mother to support.
' p.?1 S-'r II, WTC. wl,cn ,l ,
work. When I quit two weeks ago '
1 got 51.50 n week when I began
was getting Ji0 a week I' or o'er
twelve' years mv highest wage.wns JS.M
a week. " '
Hours Were Long.
"Standing at machines, I worked
alongside of men getting $15 to $20 a
week. We girls had to work from 7:30
a. m. to 6 at ntght. If we had a lioll
da, a brakedown, or rush of work, we
had to stay until 10 o'clock the next
night, and never got a cent extra pay.
I got raised 50 cents a week at a time,
but never got over 17.50, and that only
the last two weeks.
"My nerves got unstrung from the
whirr of the machinery I had listened
to It half my life and I had to quit."
President Uompers followed Mrs. Cou
lon. "Her testimony graphically shows the
necessity for passage of this bltt." Gom
lrs declaied. "It Is unanimously In
dorsed by our executive council.
Hoursoflaboc. right Tiere In Wash
ington are abnonnally long often sub
ject to control ot the whim or fancy of
the employir. Its not a good tmng
when nothing stands between man's
cupidity and humanity."
Welcomed Short Hours.
Maude- Younger, of San Francisco,
laundry worker, told how laundry
girls fainted from joy when the eight
hour woman's workers bill was passed
there. "One girl told me she never knew
what heaven yas until after that bill
became operative,' sa:J Miss Younger.
"The expense of shortening the hours
Is expense born by the public. We In
California arc glad to bear It."
"By pedometers we found some of
these girls," shestated. "walked twelve
to fourteenanlh aflay. The Govern
ment forces Its pack-mules to-walk only
thirteen miles a day."
Miss Florence Kelly, head of the Na
tional Consumers' League, and Jose
nhlne Goldmark. of the same organiza
tion, told how various States and the
supreme court have upheld eight-hour
laws for women.
"We want this law to be judicially
bomb proof." said Miss Kelly.
C. M. Kober, of eGorgetown' "Univer
sity, told the committee that Dassage of
the Peters bill would "do more than
any other measure in Congress for
womanhood and motherhood."
Congressman Peters urged the com
mittee to fight for passage of the bill,
to "havejhe Government .talcthe initi
ative In this work for women.
A favorable report to the House of
the bill will be made soon. '
Salazar, Leading 1,000 Rebels
on Juarez, Aims to Resume
Inez Salazar, the Mexican rebel chief
laln now Jeading more than 1.000 men
headed toward Juarez, has been made
chief' ofthe" revolution and Col. de la
Fucnte. who Jumped J3.000 ball demand
ed by a Tex3 court, is chief of staff,
according to information received by the
War Department today from Gen. K. J.
The promotion of Salazar to be offi
cial d.1 ! ntanlul iai It(.h1. oltvnlfl
cant, portending renewed operations in I to the State of Arkansas, v ,hlch, h
northern Mexico and a reorganization said, has been misused, misunderstood,
or the rbel forces. and misinterpreted. The Senator was
The accession of Salazar has also congratulated by a number of his col
roiinert Inouirv reirardinir th where- . leagues. He said his successor. Judge
abouts of pascual orozco. one-time reb
el leader, of whom nothing has been
heard for several months. He is report
ed to be In hiding In the United States.
As rebel chieftain he is now moving
on Jaurez and the annual conflict at
tnls citv is thought to be imnending.
A report was received today of a driven ashore off Croatan sound. X.
.skirmish on Texas soil between Mexl- J c. January ?,. by the storm which
can rebels and a number of Texas rang-I swept the Atlantic coast, was today
ers. in which two rebels were Injured floated bj the revenue cutter Pam
and one captured. J llco.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
THE MOST VALUABLE MEDICINE
Hade From The Choicest Grains
Barley is a very old grain. It was an important article
of food in the primitive days when men were strong. The
miehty Greeks ate bread and barley flour. Since the begin-
!?ing of drinh Tde
in CaScS or llincss. rill uic nm-iciii. uauuus ickuuucu no
wonderful curative powers.
R.,r1j,r ,c i rncrlv orrnn
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m connection with otner selected era in in
.making; Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. Other
. t.nU ,l,:ci.:AC rhrh unn nn
3U-vrtllfcU mail itijijjii-j
Malt use cheaper material witn a meager
ornrmnt rf malf' llllf hnr ihte
aiTlOUIU Ol mdll, UUl UCilI 11113
these imitations, while they are made to
look like Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, have
not the Medicinal Strength-Giving Proper
ties nor palatability and fine flavor that
characterizes Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey,
"Wlien convalescing from Illness, or
when the system la runjdown. or In
cases of colds, roughs or ""aftections or
the throat or I'lnga. no medicine is so
Tn'aT, a"c'nd,Vl!e'MaUk Whef
wjilth has the utmost of strcngth-giv-
Tiit Duf.y Malt Whitkiy
WORRY IN CONGRESS
Political Activity at Standstill
Until Democrats Learn His
"The political situation in Con
gicss is at a. standstill." paid Oin
grtssman Victor M unlock f Kansas
In commenting on the fact that there
ii little Important political activity
among Democrats. Kcpublicans or
Progressive party men at the Capi
tol Just now.
Thc are all waiting. They don't
know just where to turn. It all revolve.-
around Wilson. Until It is
known what sort of a Cabinet he wUl
select and what course he Is goiig
to take, you will not see much stm1
I ,, .
Must Be Progressive.
It is the opinion of Mr. Murjfcocl.-,
who has accumulated a lot ot politi
cal wisdom In the battles he has
fought in the House and down in
Kansas, that much depends on wheth
er Wilson proves a thoroughgoing
progressive when he grots Into action
as President. If he is, Mr. Murdock'
believes the country will approve of
him and that he will set strong: sup
port In Congress without regard to
It he Is not progressive, then there
will be widespread condemnation of
The utmost anxiety Is being manifest
ed in Congressional "circles as to the
new Cabinet. Up to date. Governor
Wilson has been talking more or leys
about his course as President. But
Congress wants to take a look at the
Cabinet Then it will pass a. pretty
shrewd guess on what It may expect
the next four years. 3Jost of the men
being talked of for the Cabinet are
known here thoroughly. Their meas
ure has been pretty accurately taken.
If the Cabinet Is made- up of strong
and forceful progressive Democrats, it
will be considered WUson means what
he savs when he talks about being pro
gressive. If it is spotted with Demo
crats of the opposing type or the type
that stands for nothing in particular
but partisanship and opportunism, it
will be taken for granted the new-Administration
Is not going to make a
Old Guard At Sea.
The Old Guard Democrats are com
pletely In the air concerning Wilson.
Ihcv look on him as a puzzle. They
can't make uji their minds whether he
i. ill prove strong or weak. They re
fearful he is going to stick the knife
deep Into the Old Guard Democrat
wherever he finds him. but they don't
believe he' will dare do It. If he does
do It. they wonder whether he will "get
away with It."
Maiden Speech Is t
Also His Swan Song
Senator John N. Helskell of Arkansas,
who has served In the Senate a short
time by appointment, since the death of
Senator Jeff Davis, and whose successor
has been recently ejected, madS a
speech to his-colleagues today that.was
at once his "maiden effort and his fare
well. Senator Helskell, who is one of the
youngest members of the body, told In
a humorous way of some of his exper
iences on coming here and said his
stay had been made pleasant by "the
historic courtesy that guides and sweet
ens the course of this body.
He alluded to the 'fact that in return
ing to his editorial duties he would
suffer "partial paralysis of my editorial
faculties." because he would no longer
like criticising the Senate.
Recalling that he was appointed to
the Senate, he said: "When a man
gets the Senatorshlp as the result of a
popular primary he Is, indeed, entitled
to It. I pin my faith to the popular
He entered a spirited defense of the
"red neck and the hill billy." who are
so often sneered at In allusions to Ar
kansas. He declared they were a de
sirable element at the foundation of
society and if they were sometimes
misled. It was not so much their fault
as the fault of those who misrepre
sented things to them, who talked to
them in their own words and phrases,
of the man who garbed himself as
they did and put his arm about them
to get their support. Instead of being
an element to be feared he reminded
the Senate they would In a crisis prove
to be the men who would defend the
Senator Helskell paia a warm inouie
Kavanaugh. was "bearing down" on
him and would soon arrive.
The schooner Lizzie A. Williams.
fr.onbar.cy have n "
vpi flip vprv
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cost, is used
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ins.ii jj.i wtwi
Don't trifle with
Ing elcments'-elemenU which can only
be obtained through the use of BAR-
;.j;y MALTi-ls Duftj'n.
Hecommeded by physicians for al-
"tost half century. per large bott.e
of any drdgglst. giocer; or denier.
Ca Rbohistir, N. Y
Postoffice Inspectors Searching
For Younr Man Who Worked
Postoflice inspectors in Washington
and the other eastern cities have spread
a dragnet, for a modest appearing
young man, who Is evidently working
a new swindle in the eastern clues.
Several days ago this young man,
who Is described as about twenty-five
years old, smooth shaven, and ap
parently weighing about 133 pounds.
drifted Into the Hotel Garland at South
Boston, a., and expressed disappoint
ment that a party whom he was to
meet there had failed to appear. He
loitered about the hotel prctendljjg to
do some long distance telephoning. He
did not register, declaring that he was
going to leave on a late train. After
tho colored porter, who was on duty
In the hotel office, had lapsed into
peaceful slumber, the unknown isltor
proceeded- to make rapid examination
of the mall which had accumulated
there for traveling men. He procured
one letter sent by a Richmond firm to
Its representative containing a check
ror xi'&oo, and another containing a
check for JS0 sent by a Baltimore con
cern to its traveling salesman.
Two days later the young man ap
peared Jn a Richmond furniture store
and purchased a baby carriage and
presented the S2G.50 check In pay
ment He ?ae explicit delivery in
structions and had no difficulty In
getting the balance In cash.
One day later he appeared at a Bal
timore house and purchased another
baby carriage, again giving explicit
delivery instructions and getting the
balance on the $50 check In cash. He
explained to the salesman that the
carriage had to be delivered prompt
ly to avoid the wrath of his wife. No
baby carriage was wanted at the ad
ress given. It was learned, and the
check was then questioned and Its
Though the responsibility of the
Postoffice Department ceased with the
delivery of these letters at the hotel,
a number of Inspectors are out. aid
ing the local authorities In South
Boston, Richmond, and Baltimore. In
the meantime search Is being made
In Washington hotels and boarding
By Tin Can Alarm
How tin cans, strung on barbed wire
encircling the camp of the American
forces on the Island of Jolo, Philip
pines, probably saved the entire detach
ment from massacre at the hands of the
fierce Mora tribesmen now In revolt,
was reveai ed In ofllclal despatches to
the War Department today.
The American troops were sent to
the Island to kill oft the belligerent
head -hunters. They have been en
gaged in daily brushes with the wily
natives since Sunday, the American
casualty list to date being eight dead
and twenty-five wounded. Fear of a
night attack led the commander of the
expedition to devise the unique "alarm"
plan. He sent a score of men out aftr
dark to encircle tbe camp with barbed
wire entanglements. Then they hung
tin-cans oirtrtrlps from the wire. Threo
hundred feet within the wire barricade
sentries were posted.
In the middle of the night one of the
sentries heard a tell-tale tinkle in the
brush, gave the alarm, and the Amer
icana checked the Moros in their at
tempt to surprise the camp. The three
hundred soldiers put to disastrous rout
the 1,000 tribesmen, killing several
score. No Americans were killed or in
jured. You're the
To Get to High
phono Main 23 J5 for our FRISK Auto Service or
take a North Capitol Street Car marked "Brookland"
or "North Capitol and W Streets," get oft at Rhode
Island Avenue, and walk one square east on You
Street (Rhode Island Avenue and You Street cross at
SHANNON & LUCHS
713 14th Street N.W.
Look for Our Green and White Sign
TWO WOMEN CALLED
Second Mrs. Taylor Asks That
Son Be Considered Legal
Heir to Fortune.
IN'EW YORK, Jan. 30. On the morn
ing after the birth of her son, Mrs.
George Henry Taylor received a caller,
ja strange woman, who produced proofs
J that she, and not the young mother.
was xnp wiie oi me man who uiu
tricked them both. When the husband,
a well-to-do civil engineer, returned
that evening ho found his wife and baby
gone. They had been driven to her
mother's home in an ambulance.
This w-aa six years ago. Mrs. Tay
lor has applied In the supreme court
for an annulment of her marriage and
for an order making the boy the le
gitimate son and heir of his father As
Boon ns the papers in the suit were
served on Taylor in his office he left
According to wife No. 2, wife No. 1
told her the morning of her visit that
she had been married for six years to
Taylor, ana had discovered his duplic
ity by finding a woman's hair on his
coat. The first wife said she was Miss
Rose O'Neill, and that since her mar
riage she and Taylor had lived together
near Stamford. Conn. His frequent ab
sence over night since his marriage
with Rose Wagner he had attributed to
business In the city.
Taylor Is an Englishman of fine fam
ily. He had been in this country six
teen years. When he left his offices
a few days ago to sail for London he
told the superintendent of the building
that he would never return.
Sirs. Taylor No. 2 told the court xhe
had waited six years to bring action be
cause she had only Just learned that
her son's legal status as his father's
heir would be in question.
Italian Mission Is
Wrecked By Bomb
NEW YORK. Jan. 30. The rooms of
the Pentacostaio Italian Mission in
Brooklyn were wrecked early today by
a bomb explosion The director of tho
mission told the police he believed the
bomb had been planted by a man who
had been expelled from the mission for
spreading antagonistic doctrines.
Sidestep purgstmt their hana adaoa it
liible to injure the bowel. Why sot taa
CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS
a purely vegetable remedy
that hat been toccsatiully
tued by million foe
naif accahnr. Ada
(eatly but rarely
and aot oaljr
trot forem end (
tbe maerr oM
eoaitlpatioB. Uaa tkem (or dizzine, Imfinaai
boo. ode headache sad all lire trouble.
Sad P. SwH Dm. Smn Prica,
la GENUINE Boat bear taataBs
W .Air -
of your own destiny you command
the wheel of the good ship "Future."
it is up to you whether you steer your
bark into the harbor of success or wreck it
on the reefs of disaster. Disaster comes
less to those who own their own homes.
The owning of a home is made as easy as
the payment of rent by our easy-payment
plan in operation at High View.
I ligh View Homes sell for S200 cash and
527.92 per month. The full price is
S3, 4oo and after the first cash payments
these monthly amounts S27.92 are all
that's required until the home is entirely
free from debt.
You are probably not a High View home
owner because you have never been to
High View. Don't you think it about time
you made an investigation of High View
Homes and the basis on which one may be
Now on dis
play In our
Tomorrow A Sale Within a Sale
Our usual Friday "Green Ticket" Sale, in conjuactwo with our Great ImproTMseiit
Sale. Even the extraordinary Improvement Sal bargain far surpassed for one
day's selling tomorrow.
Remaaafa, Table Diramk,
lengths up to 3 yards;
neavy quality: full
bleached; 39c value.
a yard .....!
Remnants, Dress Linings,
consisting; of Percalines,
Sattc-ens. etc.; all are In
useful lengths; ni
values up'to 25c. I "T"
A yard..: laatC
Apron Ginghams. Dress
Ginghams, Outing' Cloth,
Jiusnn, eic; val
ues up to 12c
Sale price, a yard
4 afl t f
Fancr RauTfllasa .of Pine
Lace, suitable for collar and
cuff finishing. BlacK. qreamq
and white. Regular
price, 25c to 60c a
yard. Sale price
Hand Bags, Black only; 6
to 12 Inch Gilt, KlckeL,?or
Oxidized Frames; some lea
ther lined: each with com
purse fitting. Ac
tual $1.00 value.
Sale price, each
tChlldren C a r an e n ta;
Sleepers, and MIddyBlouscsr.'
aH are absolutery perfect,
but slightly soiled
or mussed. Values
up to J1.00. Choice.
Children's Hats, all styles,
all colors; of Felt, Flush,
Not one In tho lot worth
less than $1.00, many worth
more. All at one
Chlldren'a Drawera; well
made, of heavy canton
flannel; knlckerbocker or
ruffle-trimmed styles. Each
and every pair a.
regular 25c value.
SPECIAL MESSENGEn SERVICE
to be Installed by the
MERCHANTS TRAPtSfER and STORAGE CO.,
Feb. 1st. Special rates to Merchant.
I'tompt service. Reliabl mcssrns'rs.
A trial Is all we ask.
I'hnne Main 630. 9-JCK2 B St V
OFFICE OF THE WASHINGTON OA3
LIGHT COMPANY. Washington. D. C.
January 16. 1S13. 'he annual meetlnc ot
the shareholders or the Washlnston Gas
Light Company fcr the election of Directors
and lor suth other bustnrss as may properly
come be I ore said meeting: will be held at the
ufflce of tho Company. Nos. 113-117 10th
street n. w.. MONDAY. February 3. M1J. at
IZ o'cl "Ck, noon. The polls will !e upen troin
l" a'clock noon to 1 o'clock I. M.
l WILLIAM B. OKMK. Secretary.
$ LADIES & GENTLEMEN.
"E Stop In and try one- of our FAMOUS
3. Li'M'tiKS. i: to :a p. m. deli-
7. ClOI'h DINNERS. 5 to T:S0 p m.
J. Itestaurunt A L.V CARTE from I to
T I)INNi:it Tie
? THE LINCOLN CAFE.
.. for. 10T1I & II st. N. W
COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC tOMKORT
Rooms 50 and ZL U. S. Trust Bull ling Peaa
avltania ae nnd Tinih st N W.
All pirlley dcslilng to turnlsh quarters t-
lstlors during Iraucurat period, are re
quested to fall ot this oHlce or send de
scription or iwms. stating the number o
persons lbl can be supplied with bedj u
ton with i- without meuls. temix. etc.
' M. L WELLER. Uhalrmaiu
CnmiultUe on Public Cointiirt.
WINDOWS TO VIEW INAIGLRAL PA
livnE we hae them m let: no bettor.
,.,h ,. iiit'liiR Pa. ae. N. W. Apply
GEO." WASHINGTON HOTEL OFFICE.
nvnTrr.r. W. JORSS.
01 Munsty Building. Washlnston D. C
IF YOU WANT THE MOST
Delicious buckwheat ctile
thut can be made order a
packago or MILLER'S Stlt
Ralslng Buckwheat. It Ioika
and tastes like buckwheat
tUTM jour grocer's.
Nti consumers aupplle.
R R. EARNSHAW & BRO
A aolesnlcra, Hth and 31 Sts. S. IZ.
r - . i tf . ; . 1 I
FAMOUS FOR LOW PRICES
tUMC SEVENTH SWEET
Wash Goods Repliants
Valuta up "to.flVab'
-25c a Yard- V Jj. C
Here is an" extra, special, lotfof Mercerized
Poplins, RamielLincns, SecrJSilks, Scotch
Madras, India iLinons, inHenitJis suitable for
dresses, waists, etc. They're of the best qual
ities. India linons and madras in plain white.
Other materials in all colors. -
Qearance of Coats and Suits
Lei ef atari' M laek AstraUu aai Bevele Ceats.
ActHal Talaes up to 9t&00 eack. Ifldle the let lasts.
These are beautifully lined throughout with' guar
anteed satins, are cut la the latest style and faultlessly
tailored and finished.
Oar entire stock of Leas; Coats, ! all the laiest
styles aad colors. Formerly! price at $lt to $I"
Fashionable Tailored Salts; including Velvets, Cor
duroys, Plain Serges, Fancy Mixtures in Black, Navy;
and all colors. Formerly priced ap to 9S5.M. Choice. .
Continuation. of the Great
" 'Sale oF,f
Hen's Linen Collars
Standard 2-for-2a brands, all sizes (12
to IS), all the latest and most desirable
This lot of Underwear,
consists of all-wool, nat
ural 'and acarlet shirts.
This lot of Shirts con
sists' of Negligee styles;
and! wHlte unlanadered
values up to 75c
each. Sale price, i
$1 and $1.50 Kid Ones
Women's Short Kid Gloves, some are
slightly'solled, others with a!mostun-
notlceable Imperfections or tnendea.
Colors are Black. White, Brown, Tan, and
All sizes In the lot.
$1.50 "R&G" Corsets,
Latest models. 'medium bust, straight
seams, lace trimmed. Six extra heavy
supporters attached; sizes IS
Cambric Brassieres, Special, Eack,
A BOOKLET ON DKUGLESS HEALING
UE-kDING IT will discover TO TOII that
Ijoeomotor- Ataxia, raralysls. Rheumatism.
Insomnia. Asthma. Artrriai Sclerosis. Neu
rasthenia. Nervuuaj Exhaustion, and the seri
ous incuraole (soalledi 'Diseases, con he
'ured without Medicine or Surgical Pro
cedure. Information Booklet, and CONSUL
TATION FIIEE. LADY ASSISTANT. Hours.
I0-S p. in. Sunday. 11 to I.
Prof. H. N. D. Parker,
10 3th at. X. W. -
DOLLV MADISON CltEAM CARAMELS
tune that linserlng sweetness: S varieties.
7 nth st. N. V. Phone M. ilZi.
LARGE NUMBER o. ladles took advantage
of the use of the Arcade Billiard Parlor
jestercay afternoon. Mr. Knight wilt con
tinue to Instruct, with use of table, ever
Wed. afternoon from I to 5:50 p. in. free.
All Incited. ARCADE BILLIARD PARLOIC
Hth end Park mad.
-Sfne; Latrobe furnace work,
pairing- Md. and Sixth 3. W.
Windows to Rent
' Inauguration Day.
Apply Office, Hotel Driscoll,
First and B sts. N. W.
Insert this Want
TrJs is the initiative.
Ti Y :C:f
- rw "- - m
fctey la our
partment, Reaaaaate. TaWe Oil Chia-
serviceable lengths la Hgfit
Inssv Besrolar 25c
value. A yard....
Soiled Blaaketa.. Cailfor-.
nlav and Australian, wool,
eortra heavy, pencil plaid
aiiK Douna. u- ana l?t
size: a-i.ifv ana
J5.00 values. A. . 1 1
Keautaats, Dreaar Geaatet
wantable lengths; Serges.
Panama. Mixtures, moraits,
uneviois, eic; res-
ular values "up 'to
75c. A. yard...,
Priaceaar SUaav raadec-f
trlmmedt.wlth Snest. laeee
and embroideries. J"
ie pace, eacn. ...
Coraet Coverm, made ofi
laces, embroideries, aad
Swiss medallions; slishtly
soiled and mussed.
Values, up to 11.00,
-Coraet B'CaTavi madeiief.
seams;'' ready ior trlmmlarfj;'
all' sizes. Regu- Ai
Tnr 9!! vol,, a I w I
; Sale price.. i.....Xaat 2 (,
Coraex Covers aai Draw
era forewomen, made ii-n&
tra heavy canton flannel
plain and' embroidery trim
med; slightly soiled. A P
alues up to 73c. ,Kj
Sale price.. ......... WtV
27 rlnches, wider whto;
grounds, pink aid blue-em-
broidery; beautiful designs.
egularly sold at
j a yara. sale
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
PADDEDvjTn.M.:l-h . wasoa. wl
Phone Main UlS-lJlt.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER" STORAGE CO.
S N. T. Ae. . TV.
Packlnr and Shipping. StoraeaL. C taa load.
i. ,. ""f" on oaoIutly Be.
. proof storage, raovlsg. pacilnr. UvrTB
WE DO PACKINO-HousehoW coeds ar
shipment: storage in private apartment.
Free hauling to our storage. urrfFwrrn
ALVORD A CO 807 14th at. "wt
1100 N. Y. Ave.
IMT3IAX t fiflKr.i:
Stenography. Typrfrittng, Telegraphy,
HIsh School student can continue
their courses In Barnes. Pltmitn. mm
Business Branches. "
Day and Night Graded and Hlga
School Courses. ChUdrea and Adults.
Also Private Coaching. Catalogue.
FRANCIS MANN HALL A. M., Pnndsal
Tel. M. 3SX. aiSE If. W.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
IU Eleventh St. N. E. Ph. Line 13.
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YES ' 1
Classified . I
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