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THE WASHINGTON TBIES, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1913.
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IS GIVEN TO TAFT
Wilson Inaugural Parade Is
Made Subject of Jest at Din
. 'ner of Journalists.
Hanging in President Tuffs private
office today is a little golden gridiron,
a. gift of the Gridiron Club, received
last evening at the last function of the
sort he will attend as President of the
Vnited States. The presentation of the
souvenir was one of the leatures of a
dinner at the New "VVIlIard. given to
signalize the Inaugural of a new presi
dent of the club.
The occasion of last nights dinner
naturally led to a burlesque of the ap
proaching events in March, and the
Inaugural parade or th3 evening was
one of the most elaborate affairs the
Gridiron Club has arranged. Rah-rah
boys and Tammany heelers, Kentucky
colonels, suffragt-ttes. and the "VVanta
Eata Pie fraternity were in the line of
march, but conspicuously absent were
the Champ Clark Houn Dog Club, the
Underwood' Protection Phalanx, and the
Harmon Buckeyes. "The president of
-The club. Rudolph Kaufman, empha
nized the absence of these organiza
tions. Report Assignments.
Samuel Blythe. editor of the Gridiron
Oub's own model newspaper and pro
fessor of Its School of Journalism, call
ed upon Reporters Oulahan and Cool
Idge fcr reports on assignments. Mr.
OSlahan had been Investigating the
BY GRIDIRON CLUB
health of John Barrett, director of the
Pan-American Union. Mr. Barrett's
mind ..has been affected for sixteen
years, it appears, and his memory is
but recently restored. He is now able
to remember that he used to be or al
ways was a Democrat.
I Mr. Ccolidge told why Senator Lodgo
i the only Senator on the list of the
American Academy of Immortals. "Be
cause Senator Lodge made up the list
himself." he raid.
' Mr. Coolindge said that Secretary Mac
Veagh's idea of a poor 'investment is to
build a $300,000 home in Washington on
the eve of a Democratic landslide. "Will
iam Corcoran Eustis idea of a poor in
vestment, so the interviewer said. Is to
subscribe to lhc inaugural fund.
William Jennings Bryan's fame and
name was the. target of -many an oral
shaft last evening. The Wilson Cabinet
was represented by nine figures, all
looking like Mr. Bryan, and each was
interviewed about his ideas of finance,
diplomacy; upkeep of the army and
navy, and other matters.
A voice from the past was represent
ed by the Image of former Vice Presi
dent Adlai CE- Stevenson, who professed
himself much disturbed at the changes
seen here since he was president of the
The guests of the dinner included
many dignitaries and personalities, be
sides.Presldent Taft. the German arn
, . basrador, various Cabinet members anrt
Senators, and Congressmen being
SENATE UY PROBE
Watson and Chilton Elections
Are Contested in Statement
of Governor Glasscock.
A strong possibility of a Senate in
vestigation into the elections of Sena
tors Watson and Chilton developed at
a meeting of the Senate Committee on
Privileges and Elections yesterday. The
committee took up the charges which
were made by Governor Glasscock last
session and discussed them at length.
The charges allege that corrupt prac
tices, including bribery, were employed
In the election of these two Senators,
and an investigation by the Senate with
a view to expulsion is demanded.
The committee took no action, but
strong sentiment for an investigation
was shown to exist. Another meeting
will be held next week, when a decision
will probably be made. The charges
against Senators Watson and Chilion
have been freely made both in West
Virginia and outside the State, ever
since their election.
About the clone of last session. Gov
ernor Glasscock prepared a detailed
statement of charges and sent them to
Washington in the hands of William
Seymour Edwards, who is now the Pro
gressive party national committeeman.
Part of the charges were read in the
open Senate, and then, at the Insistence
of Senator Bailey, Senator Bacon, and
some of the other Democrats, thev were
expunged from the record, and were
referred as an executive matter to the
ommuiee on privileges and Elections.
The friends of WaUon and Chilton in
the Senate are seeking to make light of
the charges. The Clapp committee on
campaign'contributions. which Is a sub
committee of the Privileges and Elec
tions Committee, held a short session
after the meeting of the committee had
Senator Clapp bald later that no de
cision had b-en reached as to when
the hearings will be renewed.
$35,000,000 in Year
The Income of eighty-seven State uni
versities during the ear of 1312 was
approximately J35.Wfl.000. according to a
bulletin Issued by the Federal Bureau
Of thl3 sum the Federal Government
contributed about S3.O00.C00 and the
States J18.000.000. Institutions deriving
eupport from public appropriations rep
resent a caDltallzation of nhm.i
The year" income passed the $2,000,000
mark in the case of the universities of
Illinois, with nC5,7fl; Minnesota, with
JI.6S2.40, and Wisconsin, J2.ir.237. Cor
nell University, which Is technically a
private Institution, but receives State
and Federal aid, reported total receipts
of more than $3,000,009, with a net in
come available for current expenses of
Other Bute-aided Institutions in the
$1,000,000 income class include the uni
versities of Michigan, with $1,343,057;
Ohio, with S1.0U.57J. and California,
with Jl.-ni.293. The latter.had an addi
tional 1500,000 from private benefactions.
The State of Iowa supnorts seevral in
rtltutions of college and university rank
with a combined income of over
Raps Administration for "Trying
to Unload 1,500 Postmas
ters" on Incoming Regime.
Democratic Senators and Congressmen
told of the mighty hunger for "Jobs"
that exists among their constituents, at
the banquet of the North, Carolina So
ciety of Washington at the Raleigh last
night, and Governor Craig described
how high freight rates are retarding
the development of the Tarheel State.
Senator Johnston humorously declared
the population of his State had vastly
increased since the November election,
and Congressman Webb of Tennessee
told of a-little girl, poor, but ambitious,
who is determined to become dress
maker to Mrs. Woodrow Wilson.
Dixon Raps Administration.
"I have little sympathy with a dis
credited Administration 'which tried to
unload 1.500 postmasters on an incom
ing Administration under the mask of
the civil service," said Senator Dixon,
Progressive national chairman, who is
a native of North Carolina.
Josephus Daniels, editor of the Ra
leigh News and Observer; Senator Sim
mons of North Carolina, , and others,
List of the Guests.
Those present Included Governor
Craig, of North Carolina; Senator Sim
mons of North Carolina. Senator Dix
on of Montana, Senator Johnston of
Alabama. Senator Webb of .Tennessee.
Representatiye Small, Josephus Daniels,
A. T. Hill. J. M. Small. F. H. Atkin
son, D. M. Robinson, J. H. Gordon, J.
A. Hendricks, E. B. Sheiril!.P. M.
Wilson. J. J. Skinner. J. J. Brltt. J.
W. Turrentlne. L. B. Eaton, Gibson
Brenlzer. H. C. Rothroche, T. M. Rob
ertson. J. G. Williams. Dr. Q. J. Bat
tle. Dr. Wade H. Atkinson, Hannis
Taylor, Victor H. Olmsted, E. F. Hart
ley, Charles Hassell, Lee V. M6ore,
Cnarles Keel. R. O. E. Davis, J. A.
Doughton, G. W. Kernodle, j3. Howard
Kemodle, V. F. Darden, A. M. Noble.
M. L. Rltche, John H. Bell. A. X,
Fletcher. Wade H. Hampton. J. A.
Holmes. Jr., T. S. Page. J. E. Page.
A. S. Jones, L. S. Connor, E. W. Pou,
J. R Collie. J. M. Thompson. D. B.
Perry. R H. McNeill. E. P. Bennett,
William G. Hunter. Charles M. Jester.
'.V. K. Carr. William B. Joyce.
George B. Furman. F. D. Rice, Simuel
T. Dorsett, E C Bruse. iJohn W. Wrenn.
J. H. Eldridge. George M. Ruffin. W.
S. Davenport. J. Monroe Brltt, G. D..
Ellsworth, -W. W. Scott. William Whtt
nev Christmas. F. D. Koones. W. F.
Ellis, Carter L. Wright, Capt. s. A.
Ash. W. W. Leinster. W. F. Heritage.
Dr. George E. Jordan, J. M. Faison.
B. W. Marshall, G. K. Denmark. H. L.
Goodwin, H. E. C. Bryant, T. J. How
erton. Dr. Mitchell Carroll, G. M. New
all, E. R. Fontaine, Roscoe Lamb. John
B. Brown, the Rev. C. D. Bulla, George
W. Connor. .Howard G. Brown. W. F.
Tomllnson. George F. FarnelL j. W.
McNeill. IV. E. Rose. Dr. B. H. Swain,
TV. N. Brockwell, Maj. H. B. Ferguson,
Wade H. Cooper. Andrew F. Smith. S.
L. Faison. Jesse M. Clark, E. R. Robey,
II. C. Shook. Parker R. Anderson,
George C. Jordan, Charles K. Cooke,
D. Sherman Hoover. P. C Lamb. T. H.
Lamb, Frederick L. Sale, S. Cooper
smith, W. G. Fry. W. W. Lenwood, A.
8. J. Atkinson. W. 3. Sheetx, F. R
McFadyen. W. W. Ash. George F. Raw
lins. R. H. Harstin. V. L. Brown. James
E. Bost. A. L. Brown. R. S. Gallowav.
J. V. Carpenter. Dr. Thomas Liville. A.
W. Wells, Morse Brown, Arthur Craig,
and Charles H. Martin.
Measure Will Be Sent to De
partment of Justice for
The electrocution bill for the District,
which was recently passed by Con
gress and then recalled on account of
a defeat, has been sent back to the
Capitol by the President. It was re
turned to the eSnate esterday and was
referred to the District Committee
The Department of Justice will be
asked if it wants tlic bill modified and
how. It is expected the Department will
buggest an amendment wnlch will re
move the defect and will specifically say
the bill shall not apply to persons al
I'nless this is done, it would not be
lezallv noeslble either to hang or elec-
) trocute three prisoners already con-'
lcted or murtier in tne District.
It Is expected that A. T. Stewart,
superintendent of intermediate instruc
tion In the public schools, who has been
convalescent from an attack of grip,
will return to his desk this week.
The loose statements, that all
Cough and Cold cures are loaded
with dope, do not apply to Dr.
Humphreys' "Seventy-seven," which
is strictly Homeopathic and is free
from all so called dope or habit
It acts through the nerve centres,
directly on the sick parts, without
disturbing the rest of the system, and
it acts quickly.
"Seventy-seven" breaks up hard
stubborn Colds that hang on. It is a
small vial of pleasant pellets, fits
the vest pocket. At your Druggist,
25c, or mailed.
Humphreys' Homeo. Medicine- Co., 154
William EL, New York-Advertisement.
AT NORTH CAROLINA
SOCIETY'S BAN OUET
PUT! HAS BILL
AND FEDERAL LAW
District Committee Member
Says Washington Real Es
tate Is Leaping in Value.
The announcement that he Is at work
on a bill to change the present system
of government in the District and to
divorce the District from the Federal
Treasury was made In the House lale
yesterday by Congressman Prouty, a
member of the House District Commit
tee. Mr. Prouty's bill would repeal the
present organic act and provide an en
tirely different system of local self-go"-crnment.
"For thirty days." said .Mr. Prouty,
"I have been listening to testimony re
garding the value of real estate here
and It has been clearly established thai
real estate is leaping In values."
Mr. Prouty said he addressed letters
to the mayors of several cities asking
information about the assessment and
taxation of real estate. "It appears,
without going into detail," he added,
"that real estate values In every city
of the United States arc more than
twice in their assessment than those In
Congressman Prouty continued:
"In my own city we pay twenty-two
mills on every dollar of real estate
value. In Washington It is eleven mills.
In addition. In other cities every .man
has to pay for special improvements. In
Washington that Is all absorbed by the
General Government and by general
taxation. That Is not fair. ,
"Furthermore I undertake to say that
tl)e tact that tne Government owns
large property here throws no burden
upon property of the individual owners
in the District. On the contrary, it re
lieves them of a large burden.
"The people of Washington per capita
are the wealthiest people in the United
States. The average wealth of the citi
zens of Washington is 32,300, and the
next highest Is $LS00.r That shows the
people of Washington are able to bear
"I am making up a bill which I will
have the pleasure of presenting to this
House, covering all these questions, and
I propose to call on the House to con
sider a general proposition for reor
ganizing the entire system of govern
ment In the city of Washington. In
other words, after having looked this
question over I do not believe there Is
any way that these questions can be
solved except by an absolute divorce
"between the District of Columbia in its
purely municipal affairs and the Fed
"There is no greater wrong in my
opinion that a sovereign power can ex
ercise than that of taxing one class of
people for the benefit of another, and
the first thought of every member of
Congress must be on the line of ad
justing things so that unreasonable bur
dens will not fall upon any one."
1 Scrwbert Pianos and Player Pianos
I WANT YOU
I xu aaon that this is the adver-.
iiBcmeui uiai an jjiuuu uujera
BECAUSE you will know there is
one nlano nn thp mnrlrpt thnt ban
I never'had a misused name the
Pianos and Players
(are and have been ever since 1880
one of the
LEADING MAKES that
has always been ONE
GRADE AND THAT
Over 40,000 in use now, over 200
professional and most leading
musicians indorse it
D0NT BUY A HIGH GRADE
Or Any Other Flano or Player
Before Seeing and Hearing a
"Silent" Fiano (Piano not being
used) exchanged, full Talue al
lowed. VK HKVr l'I,AVEn-I'IAMI!)
KOIl $Zr. Pi:il QUAIHKIt,
I See Me Before You Buy to
Save Money Not After
Joseph Hall Chase
1307 G Street N. W.
llemember, North Side of G St.
nttwern 131b and 14h Sta.
1628 7th Street N.W.
G 8t. Open Until 20 Sitiirday Xlclita.
Jth St. Open Until :M Every Night.
0 DIVORCE CIVIC
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Deported From Tampa
Marcclo Salinas, an alleged anarchist,
was taken from Tampa. FJa,, to Key
West today, according to advices re
Branch P. O. Station 29
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While they last.
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at cut prices.
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bruises. An excellent mouth lET
wash. Full pint bottle f.. J.OK,
Boracic Acid, 1-lb. box, 20c
The medical properties of this wcH
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approved 'ijy the medical profession
throughout the world as a cooling
healing, sedative agent, as a wasTi
for sores, aa a gargle for the throat,
and as a bath tor the eyes. Sprin
kled in the stockings or shoes, it
makes an' excellent foot powder.
Crude Carbolic. 1 pint.
Compound Licorice Ponder,
10c Household Ammonia 5c
Senna Leaves, 1 lb.,
Sal Ammoniac, lb., enough
for four batteries
Epsom Salts, the best. lb.
The Twenty-Mule Team. No house-
hid is complete without this article.
Jn the orlgimu 1-lb. box, 3c.
Effervescent Phosphate Soda, 1 lb.
bottle Usually sold for 75c AOn
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Effervescent Klsslugcn and Vichy,
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Department of Commerce and Labor.
Salinas is a friend of Manuel Parlnas,
alleged assassinator of Premier Cana
lejas of Spain.
Immigration and other Department of
Commerce officials profess satisfaction
that the deportation order in, Salinas"
case has been" issued without arousing
That are worth
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25c Prophylactic Tooth
00c Hinds Honey and Al
25c Pond's Extract Vanish
50c Pond's Extract vanish
ing Cream ;
23c Woodbury's Facial
Amorlta Beauty Cream, the
greaseless cream, cut to
50c StIIlman's Freckle
25c Sanltol Face
75c PInaud's Lilac
With Spelscr's Freckle Cream. OQ0
50o Jolrs cut to &UK,
Hess Theatrical Cold Cream. OOp
'7-pound rans tOK
Daggett & Ramsdell's
10c tubes cut to . 7c
25c tubes cut to ISc
25c Jars cut to 23c
50c Jars cut to 38c
S3c Jars cut to C3c
Pompeian Massage Cream.
50c Jars cut to 23c
75c Jars cut to 49c
Jl jars cut to 69
Gun boat Wheeling to
Leave Mexican Port
The gunboat Wheeairig, of derctl to
Vera Cruz when American Interests a
second time appeared to be seriously In
danger, has been relieved of duty there.
F Street' N. W.
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23c Fletcher's Cast'orla 21c
50c Phillips Milk Maghe3ia.r..7.r..33c
EOc Parisian Base .....'. S3c
25c Mentholatum...., 12c
25c Glyco ThymoIIne, 18c
50c Glyco ThymoIIne .'..35o
$1.00 Glyco ThymoIIne 68c
?L00 H. S. Wampole's Preparation of
Cod Liver Oil cut to 49c
25c Piso's Cough Cure 15c
4-oz. bottle Compound Syrup White
EOc Cnnthrox-cut to .33c
75c Mercoilzed Was cut to .T...53c
EOc Parnotis cut to 23c
50c Capillaris cut to., '. 35c
EOc Westphal'a Auxillator cut to. ..35c
25c Arabian Ess Snampoon cut to.ISc
25c Danderine cut to 15c
EOc Danderine cut to...... 32c
J1.00 Danderine cut to.".... 69c
25c Llsterine cut to 13c
EOc Llsterine cut to 2Sc
J1.00 Llsterine cut to 58c
EOc Herpiclde cut to 33c
$1.00 Herplcide cut to .. 79c
EOc California Syrup Figs 31o
J1.S0 Fellows Syrup 86c
1.00 Bussell'a Emulsion 65c
$1.00 Plnkham'a Vegetable Com
25c Charcoal Tablets 18c
25c Lapactic Tills , .25c
35c Steero' Beef "Cubes .23c
EOc Armour's Beef. , 35c
EOc Lleblg's Beef..'. 35c
EOc Burnham's Clam Bouillon .23c
Aspirin Tablets; dozen, 10c; bottle of
Antlkamlnla Tablets; dozen 15c
5-grain Casdara Tablets; chocolate
coated; 100 In bottle 21c
Blaud's Iron Pills. 100 in bottle.. ..15c
2-graln Quinine Pills, 100 in bott!e.l8c
Calomel Tablets, any strength, 100 In
Strychnine Tablets, any strength, 100
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Compound Cathartic , Pills, 25 pills in
bottle ..?,.'. ,.."....". 9c
10 grains each. 1 am
Corns, bunions, and callous skin
removed without pain- by the use of
Korn Paint; causes no inconvenience
whatever: shoes may be worn as
usual. Easy to apply. Just in
pain it on. Bottle 1UC
Also called Tetter, Salt Rheum,
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your money if you are not satisfied.
TWO SIZE BOTTLES,
50c and $1.00.
K Ym Cu't Get Yw Stsaack Replaled
Try Rogers' Digester
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A dose gives relief in five
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weather for coughs and
colds. Break it up at once don't
t it han? on. However slight it
if you get another on top
almost sure to develop
pleurisy, or bronchitis.
sure cure for coughs, colds and hoarseness
Regular Size 25C
Extra Urge kettle
and h been, ordered to return to
Mobile. . . .
The- transport Prairie,- now at Phlla-
j.i-li. .jii ... ,.a,1 In tmnannrtlnfT
men and of fleers, to Washington, when
mey tvih parucipuwj ""
parade. The JJes .Moines, which has
been plylng-between Santo Domingo
City and Monte Christ!, Santo Domlnso.
will proceed to Guantanamo for target
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Hayo de Montcney Perfecto im
ported. Cut to 20c. Box of 23, 1JS.
Henry Clay Perfecto (imported).
Cut to 20c Box of 23, W.73.
La Carolina Purttana Finos (im
ported). Cut to 2 for 25c Box of CO,
Garcia Puritana Finos (imported).
Cut to 2 for 25c Box of 50, $6S.
Romeo and Juliet Puritana Finos
(imported). Cut to 2 for 25c Box of
La Carolina Perfecto (Imported).
Cut to 20c: box of 25. H.75.
La Carona Perfecto (imported). Cut.
to 20c: box of 25. H-75.
La Carona Belvederes (imported).
Cut to 15c; box of 25. C50.
Garcia Perfecto (imported). Cut to
20c: box of 25. tt.75L
Bock Panatelas (imported). Cut to
2 for 25c: box of 100. tH.
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Imperlales 2 for 25c size; cut to 3
for 25c Box of 100. J7.50.
piplomallcos 2 for 23c size; cut to
10c straight. Box of 50. JH.50.
Concha Esp. 3 for 25c; cut to for
2Sc Box of 50. J3.00.
Aristocrats 2 for 25c; cut to 3 for
25c. Box of 25, JL9S.
Rosa Perfecto 20c size; 3 for 60c:
cut to 2 for 25c Box of 25. $100.
Concha Eap. 3 for 25c: cut to 4 for
25c Box of 60. J2.95.
Rossini Clear Havana. Cut from
10c to 7c: 4 for 25c Box of 50. 100.
Pilarlca Porto Rico: cut from 3 for
25c to 5c straight. Box of 50. t2-2a.
FLORA DE MANUEL.
Concha Perfecto. 7c: 4 for 25c
Panatella, 7c: 4 for 25c
Box of 60. S3.00.
Perfecto, 6c Box of 50, $2.73.
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ALL CIGARETTES CUT FOR
tPall Mall, box of 100 for.., .JU0
Mogul. box of 100 ror. $1.10
Murad. box of 100 for. 4U0
Melachrlno. box of 100 for. $Lto
Philip Morris, box of 100 for. $1J0
Remccsse. box of 100 for. J1.G5
I.a Tosca 10c cigarette, cut to
xuriusn .flavor extra quality.
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Richmond Straight Cut, 15c; 2 for 26c
Lord Salisbury So
ALL 25c CIGARETTES COT TO 28c
Omar. 12c Natural 10c
Fatlma. 12c Harem, 12c
Turkey Red. 8c
Prince Albert I-lb.glass......f....75c
Prince Albert, 1-lb. tin 69c
Prince Albert. H-lb. tin........ ISc
Bohemian, 1 lb. .....'........6Bc
Tuxedo, 1-lb. tln. .........6Bc
Tuxedo Glass Humidor. .......75o
Twin Oaks. 1 lb .75c
Plug Cubes, high-grade pipe
75c U-lb. box, now
JL50 1-lb. box, now
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