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THE WASHINGTON TIMES,- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5r 1913.
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IN RECEPTION BODY
Democratic Leader Writes to
Committee That He Is Going
to GiVe Self Treat.
William Jennings Bryan, probably the
next Secretary of State, is going to give
himself a treat at Inauguration time.
From Miami. ,Fla.. lie writes to Secre
tary Walter' W. Vlcc. of the inaugural
committee, that her;will be here wjth
bells on. His letter says: 'I am ex
pecting to give myself the pleasure cf
attending the inauguration, and shall be
pleased to serve as a member of the re
Mr. Bryan was as "tickled" with the
appointment to the reception committee
as a child with a new toy. He will
probably be in the special section of
the committee, which it Is expected nlll
Rieet the President-elect upon his ar
rival here the afternoon of March 3.
The Kentucky Colonels will be one of
the big features of tne inaugural pa
rade. Nearly every other resident cf
Kentucky is a colonel, so -a great big
delegation is promised. They will join
with the Mose Green Club of Louls
vlle, Ky., to make the'-group one of the
most picturesque in the5 pageant. '
1 No Uniforms.
They need no uniforms. Their regu
lation clothes broad black .felt hats
long black coats, and flowing black
" neckties will make them "distinctive.
Headquarters of the Colonels and Mose
Green club will be open to every Ken-
tucklan and there will be a generous
supply of old Bourbon and corkscrews,
.direct from the land of moonshine and
feUds. (The Bourbon will not "be moon
shine brand, however, and there will
be no .feuds or feudists).
" The Indiana Democratic Club, of In
dianapolis, will be here in force to pay
tribute to Vice President-elect Marshall,
their fellow statesman. Tho club has
made arrangements with the- Ches
apeake and Ohio railway to have a
whale ieclal strain. Other Dai-tiei.
now planning to come on special trains
of the Chesapeake and Ohhlo. are a
aX. Hotel. Plans for "the trip are now
ana tne UJormar party ot gins iroro
The Thirteenth regiment of New Tork,
1.000 strong, may come here for the
parade and be quartered at the Nation
al Hotel. Plans for the trip are nuow
-Culver Boys Coming.
The Culver Cadets, the personal es
cort of vice President-elect Marshall,
have engaged practically the entire Eb-
bltt House as their quarters lor in-
' augural week.
1 Local graduates of Holy Cross Col
lege,' Worcester,, Mass., will meet to
night to decide upon tho Washington
delegation's plans for the "parade!. The
president of the collets has written
here to have the local men get together
-fotiasblg a. section as possible. Holy
(jross is one tji me uiil uuuuup iam
oHe colleges in the North, and will un
doubtedly have' a fine section 'in the pa
Chairman Harper, of the civic organ
tenMnnit rnmmlltfd In trvlnc to make
arrangements to bring here Hollow
Hern Bear, the famous f South Dakota
. CJUei. wno & jew uajasu rcitucaicu
that ha be .Permitted to present Presi
dent -Wilson with, a peace pipe.
Chairman Eustis. of the inaugural
committee, and Chairman Gude. of the
Illumination committee, are conferring
today relative to the protest of the Re
tail Merchants' Association against let
ting contracts to out-of-town concerns.
It appears likely that the remaining
contracts will be granted to local con
cerns. Mr. Eustis declared today that the in
augural committee was favorable to
Washington merchants in every case
that they could turn the business to
To Protect Entrances.
Chairman Gans of the fireworks com
mittee today received the following let
ter from aMJor Sylvester, of the Police
Department,, relative to protecting
crowds at he fireworks display the night
of March 4:
"I am In receipt of a plan of the
President's park and fireworks, sent me
by F. F. allien, of the office of Public
Buildings and Grounds, and I shall
make police arrangements in conformity
therewith, to the extent that mounted
officers will protect the entrances in the
rear of the fireworks and footmen will
look after the ropes and prevent the en
trance of vehicles at points named on
There will be a general police dispo
sition looking to the protection of the
interests, to the extent of the lmlted
force that may be available."
Cyclists Ask Honor.
President-elect WlUon, advocate of
the two-wheeler bicycle, may be hon
ored with an escort of fifty motorcy
clists in the Inaugural parade, presi
dent E. M. Dodson, of the National
Capital Motorcycle Club, has written di
rectly to Mr. Wilson asking for the
honor qf sending a group of officially
His letter to the President-elect is as
"Hon. Woodrow Wilson,
"Princeton, N. J.
"Dear Sir: If information to that
effect circulated through the public
press is correct, we are soon to have
the pleasure of seeing inducted Into the
Presidency the first advocate of the
Two Wheeler represented in your case
by the "bicycle.
"Such a signal event in the history of
the spcrt should not, we think, be al
lowed .to proceed uncommemorated.
There being, to our knowledge, no local
bicycle club sufficiently well organized
and equipped to offer themseves as your
escort on March 4, next, we take the
Xberty of offering our services.,
We will furnish, subject to your ac
ceptance, a well-mounted body of fifty
motorcycle riders, members of our club,
equipped in the official -uniform recent
ly adopted by Uie Federation of Ameri
can Motorcyclists, with which our club
Is affiliated. This uniform is olive drab
In color, and makes a very military ap
pearance. "Assuring you that the acceptance of
this offer by you would be appreciated
as a signal honor by ourselves and all
other devotr-es of the sport we repre
sent, we remain,
"Very respectfully yours,
."THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
"per E. M. DODSON, President"
To Bring Indians.
The Democratic central committee of
uraHmng rvinntv. Arts' 1i9 flrrann in
bring with Its delegation an Indian J
band ana zw cowooy nacrs, T-rno win
form a WlldWest section. These rldem
may ship here their own cow ponies,
but It Is considered better to have
Washington and, Virginia mounts that
ere accustomed to city sights.
Soda! leaders of Washington, Phila
OVER CHANCE TO BE
delphia, New York, Richmond, and oth
er cities will be In the exclusive hunt
club section. These riders are already
swamping tailors with orders for pink
Entries for the civic organizations
division of the parade will close soon.
Chairman R. N. Harper is planning to
issue his final call within a day or two.
Arrangements have been made
through Chairman M. 1. Weller. ot the
public oomfort.cummlttcc, to house the
First and Fourth Maryland Regiments
in sleeping cars in tho Baltimore and
Ohio yards. Dr. William Tlndall Is
chairman of a subcommittee now plan
ning for the construction of Informa
tion booths and public convenience sta
tions. Extra Electric Cars,
n-:tra forces cf experienced men and
special schedules will be in effect on
Uie wasmngion i;aiiway..'anu j.iecinu
Company's Unc3 dpring Inaugural
ueck. Probably 1,000' hands will be
employed and the ""cpn-pany's entire
out-It of 6C0 cars wlll'be run on extra
tim.e- Officials of the,road believe that
the crowds will be far greater than at
any previous inau,iuraUon.
Sixty-five members of the Delaware
Legislature will come here for the pa
rade The Minnesota troops want to camp
out during their stay, but this plan
Is regarded as impracticable.
New Yorker Who Admits Killing
Two Persons,May Confess
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NEW YORK Jan. 5. Their suspicions
aroused by the peculiar nature of the
outrages to which John Paul Farrell
ha3 confessed, the police have placed
Urn on the grill to try to sweat from
him a confession of other similar
crimes that have occurred recently.
Convinced also that at-least a portion
of the confession of Farrell is bona
fWe, Deputy Commissioner Dougherty
lias placed a dozen detectives at work
today to" verify his tale. - -
Farrell asserted yesterday to the po
lice that he had dispatched nitro
glycerin bombs to Helen" Taylor, Judge
Otto Rosalsky, and Bernard Herrera
superintendent of the apartment house
where 'Farrell had been employed as
The first of the bombs killed Miss
Taylor, when It exploded in her apart'
ment house, February 3, 1912- The one
sent to Judge Rosalsky did no damage.
although it exploded in His apartments.
The third, said to have been sent to
his former employer because he was
nngry over his discharge, killed Mrs.
Herrera, injured Sarah Faughtman. a
boarder, nnd may cause the loss of
Herrera's right eye.
Farrell's motive for sending the bomb
to Helen Taylor, he said, was Jealousy,
caused by ber attentions toxother men.
He sent the bomb t6 Judge Rosalsky,
he. said, out of a sense of gratitude to
ward Joseph De Rosa, alias "Joe the
Bull,"" who went to Prison on a thlrty-
nine-year sentence "from judge Rosal
sky rather than "saueai" on Farrell.
.who was associated, with .him in bur
glary enterprises. " "
His only intention in sending the Her
rera bomb",' he Insisted, was to scary
Herrera and not- to cause death. To
emphasize this point, he' insisted that a
short time ago he had planned to have
his life Insured in favor of Mrs. Her
rera. the'borab s victim.
All the "bombs, "according to Farrell.
were manufactured in his own basement
room from the same stock of nltro
glycerin purchased eighteen months
ago in a drug store near the corner of
Third Avenue and Fourteenth street.
He refused to give the exact address
of the drug store. The bomb Kent to
Judge Rosalsky was the most compll
cated of the three, he said, while that
placed near the door of the Herrera flat
was the simplest. Both the bomb serf!
to Judge Rosalsky and the bomb sent
to Helen Taylor were attached to elec
tric batteries, upon which they depended
for a spark to ignite the nitroglycerin
while the bomb made for the Herraras
was arranged so that a percussion cap,
such as boys use in toy pistols, would
Army and Navy
Second Lieutenant FREDERICK W.
STEWART, Third Field Artillery.
transferred to Fourth Kleld Artillery.
Second Lieutenant JACOB L DEVERS,
Fourth Field Artillery, transferred
to the Third Field Artillery.
Rear Admiral J. B. MURDOCK. placed
on the retired list of officers, Feb
ruary 13; detached all duty; to
Lieutenant W. F. HALSEY, jr., de
- tached command Flusser; to connec
tlon fitting out sumner and as ex
ecutive officer and navigator when
Assistant Paymaster R. S. ROBERT
SON, detached Bureau of Supplies
and Accounts, February 15, 1913; to
Assistant Paymaster O. D. CONGER,
detached Tacoma, February 18, 1913;
to wait orders.
MARINE CORPS ORDERS.
First Lieutenant H. N. MANNEY, jr.,
detached Marine Barracks. New
York; to the receiving ship at New
York. MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS.
Arrived Dixie. Roe, McCall, Drayton,
Pouldlng. Terry, Sterett, Warrington
Monaghan, Ammen, Burrows, Pat
terson, TriMpe, Jenkins. Jouelt,
Jarvls, Fanning, Yankton, at Gua
canayabo bay. Mars at Norfolk
yard, Minnesota. Idaho, Ohio. San
Francisco. at Cristobal, Nero at
Sailed Justin front Mare Island for
Tlburon, TonopaH, Castlne. D-l, D-2.
D-"3, E-l from Nuevltas bay for
Guantanamo, Kl Cano from Slak
wan for entire on Yangtze. Vllla
lobos from Sakwan for Shanghai.
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Zt U ("reails, Soro ana Bate.
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"Votes for Women" Advocates
Will Take Leading Part' in
Parade in District.
Three of the original "hecklers,"
from Boston, Miss Margaret Foley, Miss
Alice Carpenter, and 'Miss Frothlngham.
sister to Louis Frothlngham, former
candldatr for governor, will be here to
take part In the fwomajj's pageant.
This news was r'ceclved today. 'Re
ports that representatives of proml
nent Massachusetts families .would'bq
here on March 3 have stirred people at
MissFoIey'ls one of the.most active
workers for woman's suffrage in the
State, and has "been associated with
sociological wont. Miss Carpenter Is a
member of a real old Puritanfamlly
of Brookline. and , Miss Frothlngham
also belongs to what might be called
me oiue oiooas oi isew ,ngiana.
Miss Foley and Miss Carpenter
earned the title "hecklers," for their
work during the gubernatorial cam
paign of Louis Frothlngham. when thsy
followed him ubout and Tnndp the
'cause'" Qf woman's suYfriige prominent
ai ni8 meetings, ahss . oiey is saia
to be .one of the finest speakers for
woman s suffrage in the country and
will be beard at a number of meetings
- vWyoming Leader Coming.
It was announced today that Mrs.
Isabella Campbell, wife of, a former
governor of Wyoming, win-lrohere to
take part in the "pageant. Governor
Campbell was chief executive of the
State in 1869, when "Woman's suffrage
was Instituted In the State and Mrs
Campbell was closely" associated with
the movement. She will be a prominent
figure in the pageant, suffrage officials
nere aeciare , ,.
Ohio intends to be well represented
at' the big pageant, according to the
report-received here today from Colutn
bs. A special train will leave, there at
6, o'clock the night of March 1, en
route to Washington and carrying the
delegation from that State. AH women
who Intend to come here for the inau
guration are urged to take this train.
Banners, streamers, decorations and
a band will be among the features fur
nished. Letters to people all over tho
State have been sent out telling of the
big pabcant here. Enthusiasm equal to
a political campaign has-heen aroused.
It Is said, and it is proposed to make
the Ohio delegation the "biggest and
best of the pageant." '
Agitation for having stores close.the
afternon'of aMrch 3, to permit em
ployes taking part in the pageant is
meeting with great success, it Is re
ported. Already three F street stores
have announced that. they will close
and others are expected to follow
suit soon. '
Finances 'InGoodShape. ,, "
It was announced , today that fin
ancial arrangements for the pageant
are in.. nt-excellent condition. Con
tributions are constantly coming' inl
from all uorts of sources. .
Mrs. Anson MilU has "been apolnted
a member of the finance commlttee.'and
Is assisting greatly in placing-the un
dertaking on a business basis. "
Plans for filling as much.tlme'as.-pos-slble
with meetings are now being;car;
ried out. There were, eight". meetings
yesterday and' six' more arevafready
scheduled forJtoday. 'These 'trtcjufle-'a
meetinc'at tbejJT. 'Mj C. A. bulldingjthte
afternoon, a meeting at the Esperanto
Club, at theTPuwie Library, ana atltne
and one at the Pension Office at -1:30
o clock tomorrowarternoon.
Complete' details of the tableaux to
be given, on the southern steps, of the
Treasury bulldlnc- have inow been ar
ranged and characters" will be rbrought,
together as soon as possroie. .itenear
sals for the Individual parts will be
conducted In small halls. Whether or
not a complete rehearsal can be held
for the entire pageant Is doubted. It
may be necessary to conduct this at
night, it is said.
Coming to Take Part
In Suffrage Pageant
John W. Bengough, of Toronto, the
famous Canadian cartoonist, has ac
cepted an invitation to be here during
the Inaugural ceremonies.
Mr. Bengough Is an ardent supporter
of woman's suffrage. It Is said, and will
march in the woman'r pageant March
3. He will deliver a number of lectures
and show some of his pictures while
here. Two addresses already scheduled
are for March 5 and C before the Wom
an's Single Tax Club.
Pageant Leaders Are
Divided Over Question
Of Parade Costumes
Conditions similar to the armistice In
the Balkan war exist at suffragette
headquarters today as the result of a
suggestion made there regarding cos
tumes for tne pageant. Hiking cos
tumes, with high boots and short skirts
ot corduroy, and caps of good, sub
stantial cloth may be ordered for the
marchers on account of the bad weath
er. It Is said.
With Consternation depleted on every
fnce, fair suffragettes were anxiously
discussing the possibility of bad weath
er. "Just as we have today." If this
occurs on March 3. of course, the naire-
ntit can be postponed. But suppose It
happens .also on starch & postpone the
pageant? Never! On that day, no
weather win be too had to prevent our
marching, they declare.
Mrs. Glenna S. Tinnln. designer of
.the costumes, and who has staked
her reputation with t'i women for
producing a wonderful tllstilny of col
or and beauty. Is at the head of one
Party at headquarters. Mrs. Allender,
.strong In the. cojirage of.hec convic
tions that the nai;c:mt meiins "votes
ror women," v-Jtliout -tiio.ianch "non-.
sense," is at the liea:l or jnc other
''Such lovely creations of blue and
mauve and cerise and sheer materials.
properly ornamented with gold and sil
ver cord, would -look 'prtfectly awful If
tVAm In the Mil. ., Xffa AllnnrlAv
On the other hand, she is in favor of
stout boots and waterproof clothes If
the pageant must be'hcia." Accordingly
"To buy'a 'heavy, p-Ur of Toooli
To wade the "watery OatJ"
and orders may. sooil 'be'-Issued to that
Convicts, Rajlying to
1 Aid of Suffragettes.
Sent Back to Jail
,,'Two former, convicts, anxjous to be in
the 'iWe-Have-NbWotc" se'cllon'of the
suffragette pageant, havo been arrested
at Sparklll, N-Jk .Tlieyjtarted trouble
there en route to thfs "city to answer
the - suffragettes' advertisement for a
convjet, a male .imbecile, a baby,. and
a beaqtjful woman to take part in ra
The Mwo ' Jailbirds are William J.
Hartnett. .whlte and Robert Goold. col -
oredr They thought they'd just fill the
bill on the convlctrln-str.pes feature.
Four miles out from SparkiU, on the
ragged edge -of sobriety, the two would
be suffragette assistants got into a row
which earned; for uooid a six months
term, and for Hartnett a" chance to go
back to Auburn. N. X.. to serve out
the .eighteen' years , oalance of a paroled
sentence. .t -i---
Suffragette, headauarters this after
noon is deep In gloom, over the sad
fate of the two men, who were coming
forward bo nobly in. the "interest of a
."It's too. bad they couldn't have kept
sober long enough to' reach Washing
ton, and be the horrible examples for
the anti-suffragettes," declared an ar
dent suffragette .this afternoon when
the shocking news reached here.
Speakers to Tell
Attention, ladies! '
Now is the time to learn how, why
and where to march.
If you arc Interested In the coming
pageant on starch 3, draw near and
Details of organization, formation ot
parade, what it means and-'why you
should take patwlll-all be explained
in full at a"meetlng tonight in the au
ditorium of the-Publlc Library.
Mrs. Glendower Evans, Massachu
setts suffragette, will explain the prin
ciples which; govern the "votes .' for
women"; movement. Mrs. Richard Cope
Burleson, wife of Lieutenant Burleson,
and grand "marshal of the pageant, will
expla!naeiafl3''of the parade and tell
where you should mar,eh;-,MUs Alice
Paul, chairman of the procession com
mittee, will explain how you should
march. Alexande-TAaronson will speak
from the man's standpoint. Mrs. Helen
Gardener will preside at the meeting.
. - .- m
Womenemployes of the several Gov
ernmental departments , win be given
leave qf absence the afternoon of. March
V"in ordeij.to take -part. In the --woman s
stiffrage jiatteant." If .they make .Individu
als application tfor such privileges.
, Miss AJlce'Paul." Mrs. Helen Gardner.
"nnd"Mss; Glynn, representing the or
ganization in charge of the pageant,
called'b'n-; President Taft yesterday to re--uesf
thafhe subject of. granting un
conditional leave for that-date.be taken
tip in"Caolnet meeting with a view to
inaking Jr- a general order. The subject
uW'as noUdlScusse'd in the "Cabinet meet
ing. " ' - ' ', - t
AVfeek 'ago the 'same question.was
given. .brief consideration and, it 'was
then". "decided "that" "a 'general holiday
would 'i-ot be ordered, but that divi
sion heads would b'e'-so Instructed that
'any suffragist desiring leave for the
afternoon could. obtain it.
Tho .call of the ' suffragettes at the
White House was the first that has
been made since headquarters were
opened In ashlngton to organlzeW a
pageant which. In view of the lack of
an Inaugural ball or a reception, prom
ises to vie in interest with the In
augural parade the following day.
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RELATED BY BEACH
Tell Court Different Version of
Night Attack on Millionaire's
(Contlnued from First Page.)
earrings which Mrs. Beach was
posed "to have lost in her scuffle with
the assailant, the defendant said they
were yorth "H,0o0 or JS.OOO." An Aiken
jeweler,1 Holley testified, had deqlded
they were imitation Jewels, df little
value. I ' ,
K Mr. and Mrs. 'Joseph Harrlman, Mrs.
C. Oliver Iselln. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Holllns,Jr., J. B. Lxon, ands Frank
Hitchcock, ' all prominent New Tork
society "persons, were In the court room
I throughout the day. Mrs. Beach seem-
led. less Interested in proceedings today."
one upiiearcu luijiur iictwu-u - -
Pretty Marion Holllns. tho girl who
was visiting the eBaches on the night
or the assault, enjoyed the procedure
immensely. , ,
The twelve Jurymen, who were per
mitted by Judge Spain to' go to their
homes last ntght,"' mstead of being kept
In a hotel, sauntered Into the courtroom
shortly after 9 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs.
Beach arrived at 9:45, Just as the bailiff
rapped .for order. Every chair In tho
little hearing itom was occupied and
there were scores standing up in the
Unique In Legal Annals.
The Beach case Is unique in South
Carolina legal annals in that It Is one
of the first prosecutions of its kind in
the State which is based solely on cir
cumstantial evidence, and also In that
It is a trial under the technical charge
of "assault with Intent to kill," which
has been given precedence over seven
murder cases set for hearing this term
before Judge Spain.
The State apparently is not attempt
ing to. present a complete story of tho
assault based on its contentions. It-is
relying en circumstantial evidence to
discredit the original story of the
wounding of Mrs. Beach as told by
her husband at the time he conferred
with city authorities on the matter.
Beach's story of the assault on his
wife by"a mysterious man" was that
he was sitting in the "houseat the time
Mrs. Beach first screamed; that he ran
outside, heard Mrs. Beach say her as
sailant was 'colored, carried her Into
the house, ran upstairs and got a revol
ver, and then hurried outside In pur
suit of the man. .He suggested the
great wound In Mrs. Beach's neck was
made by a razor. -
Testimony Aids State.
.The State's testimony tends to sup
p'ort the prosecution's .claim that suf
ficient time did notelipse between Mrs.
Beach's screams and B'eacli's pounding
on the door of the house to regain ad
mittance to -permit of his running up
stairs for the revolver; that the. wound
was not caused. by a razor; that .Mrs.
Beach, apparently, continued to scream
after she had been carried into the
Other circumstantial evidence against
the "mysterious man" storv nu thnf ih
assault occurred. at 3:30 p. m., that tho
Beach cottage is In a frequented part
of the town, that the street near by Is
well lighted and1 that so far no witness
has 'been found who saw a man run
ning away from the Beach home.
The case, it was expected, will go to
the Jury late this afternoon. .
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Feb. 5. The
Masonic grand lodge of Connecticut be
gan Its one hundred and twenty-fifth
annual communication In this city to
day with an attendance of prominent
member of the fraternity from all
parts of the State. Grand Master Justin
Holden, of Norwich, presided over the
Initial session this morning.
The National Hotel
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ROUNDLY SCORED BY
Manager of Plaza Would Not
Permit Her to Enter a Room
NEWarORK, Feb. S. -It Is true thai
we refused 'to permit the Countess
CIsneros to enter the ea room wearing
a riding habit. V!e, .'would oermit no
one else In a riding habit, to enter thaf
room, -xsaiu tne 'manager or the Plaza
today. ? ;
"And this is America. theulandof the
brave and. the homn.of th frr M
the countess, as she told of her "experi
ence. "Ias accompanied by my hus
band, but I was ejected for wearing" a
riding habit Paris,,. Rome, Berlin,. Sti
Petersburg, no European capital,' would
countenance such'- tyranny-:"
Tne j'laia jnnar pointed out" today
that he had to exclude rirflnir hnhlts
in order to protect other guests.
vny, on rainy aays," be said, "they
would come In 'here from Uie nark, nil
water-soaked and covered with .mud.
and If we. would permit it, they would
rusn against guests In beautiful
Towns and spoil them, and then. too.
they often even smell of the horses. We
have a room where they may go for
tea, but they cannot so Into the main
The countess todav mrvw" nntlrn nn
hotel and restaurant "keener in' n.
eral, as follows:
Take warning by Europe. Over there
the people are throwing off. the shackles
of unjustifiable custom. They are dressing-
as they choose' and not the war
some restaurant proprietor wishes. They
have abandoned the full dress rule t
nearly every theater In "Condon. People
will not submit Monger even In Amer
icato tne aiciauon ot upstart restau
Your Hair Needs
Use k As a Dressing Baoish
Dandruff Stop Falling Hair
and Scalp Ren. .
Parisian Sage. the. delightful and In
vlgoratlng hair tonic. Is a true hair
nourisher. It penetrates into the scalp,
gets to the roots of the hair, kills the
dandruff germs, and supplies the hair
with Just the kind of nourishment it
needs to make It grow abundantly.
Since its Introduction into America
Parisian Sage has had, an immense sale,
and here are the reasons:
Jt does not' contain poisonous sugar
pf lead.nltrate of silver, or any Injuri
It cures dandruff In- two "Greeks, by
killing the dandruff germ.
It stops falling hair.
It promptly stops Itching of the scalp.
It- makes the hair soft, " glossy, and
It gives life and.'beauty to the balr.
It -Is not sticky or -greasy.
It Is, the daintiest 'perfumed hair tpnic
It is the best; tho most pleasant and
Invigorating hair dressing. "
Made onlv In America by the Glroiix
iifg. Co.. Buffalo. N. T. The price Is
only 0 cents at drug stores and coun
ters where toilet goods are sold.
""James O'Donnell guarantees It.
$2 Per Set
BARBER & ROSS
11Ui aaa G Sts.N. W.
$1,00 and Thl Coupon.
ANY AMt'IUCAN WVTC1I.
Regardless of condition, reptlred
md guaranteed for one year.
MAX JAIVOF, Jeweler.
804 E St. X. W.
1 i nTlll 1 jif
. W MH if UTV
JBr lilf 7&i
Hjfc ', m nwWI Ur2l " "S
815 lit St N. W.
At Brjghton; England
BRIGHTON. England. Feb. 5. Ed
mund Tearle, perhaps tho foremost
Shakespearean actor In ,iagland
since Sir Henry Irvine. lle-l here to
day. He formerly was prominent on
the American stage.
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ESTABLISHED -IN IMO
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The coming season's' most stylish wool fabrics aretto'be'seW -at
exactly wholesale cost tomorrow. These most wanted and -searce
dress goods are perfect in every particular;, full 36iHwide.uThey
have our unqualified guarantee to give good service, ffoie the
color assortment Cream, navy, black, tan, modered, garaetvgray,
beige, greenr Copenhagen, slate, etc.;-spleadid-fer'sepcratesldrts
or one-piece dresses. " " " . " "
5'On sale and display on first floor bargain. table as-you enter
the main entrance. If you're prompt you can make a substantial
saving by buying a skirt or dress length from this-'lot. . Ato -nr-only,
per yard ......."I ...vfy
42-inch' All-pure-silk and Wool Poplin; the post -fashionable
nwterial for dresses; it has a very handsome, satiny- luster and a
rich crow black. Positively worth $1139. For ose day only, QQ
Perj-ard .. .-.,.,.. ?OW
56-inch Fine Imported Chiffon Broadcloth; spojproof,, sponged
ind shrunk, ready for the nee'dle; it has a very brightliistrois; "and
permanent finish, in a pretty black. Positively worth j ZQ
$2.50. Tomorrow only, per yard'. .,. Uy
Dress Linens .
36 inches wide, superior fine
e, 2 shades pink, 2 shades helietrope, 2 shades greengray, ft Q
, brown, and natural linen color. 50c value Thursday at."'
ThurtdayBairf ainf in
20c White Mercerized Batiste, 12ic
30 inches wide; beautiful fine quality ; permanent silk finish;
an ideal material for waists, dresses, also underwear. To- t-li
morrow, yard - - -. .4 &
19c White English Rep, To- Ol,
morrow, a. Yard AAiV
28 inches wide, fine, heavy quality,, splendid, soft French finish
and one of the best fabrics for skirts, suits, .nurses'; uniforms, and
children's wear. ? A
MEN'S NEGLIGE SHIRTS,
Values Worth 59c . . . . .
A small allotmenrof spring styles in nearly all sizes of neat
stripes and figures, in light and dark grounds; some made, with
attached cuffs r others with wrist bands. We offer this fresh, Afo
tmin anA nan jn-snrtment tn vnu tomorrow flt onlv Tf
Cambric;.Mull and Muslin
and $1.25. A small lot to sell at
Sheets and Domestics
At Special Prices for Thursday
42-Inch Bleached Cotton, un
dressed, for pillowcases, etc. Q.
12i4c value. Special ''
36-In. "White Cambric for ladles'
and children's undergar
ments. 8c value
36-'iu Bleached Cotton: soft, and
undressed lor summer wear.
8c value. Special......
81x90 Soft, Undressed Double-bed
Sheets; hand torn, with 3-ln. CA
hem. 75c value. Special.... w
S5c ltx33 EverlRStlnjc Sheets. 63c
These Sheets are 2 yards wide
by 2 3-4 yards longr. Regular CtZg
85c values. Special UtM
Thursday Silk Bargains
$1 & $1.2Sl Plain & Fancy Silks, 59c
24 and 26 Inch Plain and Fancy Surahs, Chiffon Taffetas, and. Messa
lines. These are absolutely perfect and all pure silk; a great variety
of colors and styles from which to choose. Regular 31.00 and -ZQn
31.25 silks to go in this sale at ..tJ7C
$1.00 36-Inch Black Silks at 79c
These are all pure silk, absolutely perfect and nicely finished; ex
cellent blacks: Included In the lot are Messallnes, Satin Duchesse. Taf
fetas, Bengallnes. Moire Velour and Peau de Sole. All our regu- IJQn
lar $1.00 qualities. During this sale JtC
Glace Kid Gloves
Worth Up to
$2.50, at . .
Odds and ends In IG-button-lcngth
Clace Kid Gloves: colors, green,
gray and black. Gloves In the lot
worth up to JiM a pair. J- rtQ
'$1.00 and $1.25
Kid Gloves. .
Odds and ends In Two-clasp Glace
Kid Gloves; sizes 5',A, 514, and QQa
6. , Special .. OUC
Soon to Lean-Town
The famous '"traveHror trt-w!vwill
be placed on exhibition for' the final
UHe-lB"in -ir,tnnet at icwugnis men-
Ins of Columbia Chapter. No. -X. Jtoyal
Area Masons, on trnat
Banled by 389 members
On Friday-niht, accom
memfeers'of the chapter.
It -will b carried on toBaKlmbre.
CIom 5:30 P. M.
Aftml to Wm Time
m Tmrytiw's Safe
uwc u - -
quality varn dyed; in 5 shades
Night Robes.' Worth $1.00
81x90 Atlantic Sheetsr extra
double-weight hand torn, with 5
Inch hem. 90c value. Spe- "70
81x90 Double-bed Sheets; Caswell
brand: heavy linen finish, with S
Inch hem. 75c value.. Spe- "TQrt
63x90 D. "3X. C. Single-bed Sheets,
heavy linen finish, with 3-ln. KA,
hem. 60c value. Special OUV
42X.T6 Pillowcases Regular "A
124c value. Special JLUC
42x36 Heavy and Firm Pillow
cases. Special value at in.-A
15c. Special J.A7U
50x36 Pillowcases, made straight
with the selvage. 19c value. - "Trt
Women's Fine-ribbed Combination
Stilts, in high neck, long sleeve,
ankle length; fitted In at waist
line. 59c value. Special for QQ
one day Ou
Boys' Heavy Fleece-lined Combina
tion Suits. In high neck, long
sleeve, ankle length. 50c QQr
value. Special for one day..... OOL
"Women's Light-weight "Wool Vests
and Pants, In gray and white: vests
high neck, long sleeves; pants ankle
length. $1.19 value. QQ
Special ,.. O''
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