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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY,, FEBRUARY 6, 1913.
LIVELY IE1G IS
Debt of Organization Has Been
Subject of Spirited Debate
PROGRESS IN FIGHT
Members of the Continental Hall com
aalttee of the Daughters of the Revo
lution are holding this afternoon what
was predicted before the- meeting wouM
be a fairly lively session. Question of
.the debt owed by the Daughters on the
hall has for several years produced
vigorous meetings of this committee in
advance of tho .continental congress,
and this year the question Is more than
usuallv complicated and" made .danger
ous by the program of the "regulars"
to have passed by Congress a bill
granting $500,000 for the erection of an
annex to Continental Memorial Hall.
This morning the board of manage
ment held its final meeting and debated
again the proposition passed yesterday
to exclude reporters from the meetings
of the continental congress in April.
The. point, was made today oy oppo
nents of the measure that it Is not con
stitutional, it being held that to ex
clude all but delegates is to go Into
executive session, and the constitution
does not allow regular sessions of the
continental congress to be "executive."
Friends of Mrs. William Cummlng
Story in Washington took alarm at the
action of the board of management be
cause it Is proposed to Institute a press
committee which will give out the news
of the convention. Friends of Mrs. Story
are not likely to be numerous on this
committee, for the "administration" will
- Mrs. Story herself, who is at the WU
lard, was not disturbed by the action of
the board of management and did not
share the concern of her followers. Mrs.
' Story refused to be Interviewed on the
matter, but It is known she pointed out
to her friends that the action of the
j committee will be challenged as uncon
stitutional and might not be of any
great avail even If it is sustained on
Meantime opponents of Mrs. Story aro
sauly conseraed over tms question:
Who is the rightful heiress to
the administration, -or trie Mrs. Matthew
T. Scott-Mrs. Donald McLean, support.
In the coming convention of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution?
Two candidates, armed with awe-Inspiring
documents showing that theirs
is the heritage, and that they will gain
the full strength of the anti-Story
forces in the fight for the president
generalship next April, are aiming
heavy artllery at each other.
They are Mrs. John Miller Horton, of
Buffalo, and Mrs. Charles B. Bryan, of
Memphis, Tenn. Both are stanch
friends of Mrs. Scott, the present president-general,
tnd both say the yare in
the rightful line of succession to the
Going To Fight
f "I am a stalking horse for nobody,"
says Mrs. Horton. "I am in" the fight
to the end, no matter what, situation
"I am certainly not a wind-shield for
Mrs. Horton nor any one else," aays
Mrs. Bryan, who Is n5w In the city at
the New Ebbltt. "I shall certainly not
turn my delegates over to Mrs. Horton
under any circumstances."
DesDlte. these two statements. Mrs.
Matthew T. Scott, who has 'repeatedly
'said she does not have anr candidate
In the race, has confided to friends that
he expects that either Mrs. Horton or
Mrs. Bryan, will withdraw from the
light when.lt becomes apparent that
tho other has developed more strength.
Only in this way can the administration
forces hope to win over those marshaled
. by Mrs. William Cummlng Story, of
'tw York, who, as the insurgent leader,
has proved an extremely troublesome
factor to the dominating faction more
than four years.
"Mrs. Story will win in a walk, it
Mrs. Horton and Mrs. Bryan divide the
administration strength," say friends of
the former. This Is conceded to be
the case by all in touch with D. A. R.
affairs, and it is expected that great
pressure will be exerted upon one or
the other to withdraw before Mrs. Scott
raps her gavel In April.
Mrs. Charles B. Bryan is collecting
the full Southern vote of the D. A. R.,
and a determined effort will be made
to elect a. daughter of Dixie president
general, as the South has not bee
honored with this office In more than
Lecture on Body.
Dr Otwell Owen, of the Brotherhood
House. Rochester. K. T., will lecture
tonight at the Ingram Memorial Church
at 8 o'clock on "The Care of the Hu
Instructive Visiting Nurse So
ciety Hears Reports of Work
at Annual Meeting.
SIS FOUR LIVES,
GIRL MY RECEIVE
Progress in the fight here to prevent
infant mortality and some occasional
discouragement In combatting tubercu
losis' were reported to the members of
the Instructive Visiting Nurse Society
at the annual meeting, held at the resi
dence of William Corcoran Eustls. The
chief report on the work of the society
the past year was made by Mrs. Will
lam Grinnell. the secretary. Technical
addresses were made by Dr. William
C Woodward. District Health Officer;
Dr. W. H. WUmer, Dr. S. S. Adams,
and Dr. James Mitchell. '
While the meeting last evening was
at the Eustls home, on II street. Mrs.
Eustls, president of the society, was
not present, and Mrs. Arnold Hague
presided In her stead.
Miss Helen Tart, a member of the
society, was among the auditors, and
she applauded heartily a eulogy of the
work of nurses In general and of the
Visiting Nurse Society In particular
given In the course of Dr. Woodward's
"Washington," said Mrs,. Grinnell in
her report "is an exceedingly difficult
place In which to make progress against
the ravages of tuberculosis. The work
in the fight against Infant mortality
has greatly Increased during the past
year. There are now four nurses de
voting themselves entirely to this
branch of preventive work."
Plunges Into Icy Water and
Helps Vassar Students to
Point of Safety.
. I. ff.
POUGHKDEPSIE. N. T.. Feb. 6.
Through her heroic act In rescuing four
of the five Vassar girls who tobogganed
through tho Ice of the campus lake last
night, Phoebe Brigs, daughter of Dr.
William L. Brlggs. of Sacramento, CaU,
and a Vassar student, was spoken of
today by the faculty as a candidate for
a Carnegie medal.
Miss Briggs saw the five girls speed
down Sunset Hill on their toboggan,
skim out on the lake and break through
with a crash. She ran out on the thin
ice and plunged into the chilling water.
SLEUTH WILL BIG
Detective Cornwell Arranges for
Removal of Alleged Betrayer
of Girl From Atlanta.
Castro L. Rivera, the former George
town University rtudent, who was ar
rested Monday night In Atlanta, Ga.,
on a charge preferred by Miss Mary
Easterday, who for two years believed
she was the young Porto RIcan'a lawful
wife, has been formally held for the
Washington authorities and will be
brought to this city within the next
few days by a deputy United States
This Information was contained In a
dispatch received at headquarters from
Detective Cornwell, who went to Atlan
ta to make the necessary arrangements
for tho prisoner's removal to the Dis
trict. Rivera Is under Indictment here
and the police had been searching for
htm nearly six months when he was
Afti f-llMtn fmii nf ttA crirl ti fe&
edge of the Ice. where thev could sun-1 located in Atlanta a few days ago.
port themselves temporarily, Mlsa Miss Easterday charges that Rivera
"" "b"" uvin; iui iuc way ui won wiruugn a mocK weaamg cere-
Tomorrow-Aiiother Record breaking "Green ticket'' Site
IMPROVEMENT SALE jtsSSSSSi.
In Conjunction With
79c Undermuslins, 50c
fine Cambric and Nainsook Un
dergarments; well made, full cut,
and handsomely lace and em
broidery trimmed: the lot in
cludes Nightgowns, Combina
tions. Drawers, Corset Covers,
$1.50 yndermaslins, 98c
These garments are made of
finest cambrics, nainsooks. &c.;
beautifully trimmed with lace
and embroidery, and consist of
Skirts, Drawers, Corset Covers,
15c Val Lace, 5c
Matched sets of fine val. laces,
(edges and insertions), most
beautiful patterns In widths vary
ing from 1 to 2 Inches Not a
yard in tho lot worth less than
10c; most of It worth 15c; all at
one price, 6c a yd.
$1 FkniBcuift, 59c
, JDeepfemhrolderled voile fJoBBC
Ing's fn the handsomest designs,
full. 27 inches wide. Oar; superior
purchasing facilities ekaMe us
to offer this actual $1.60 fiotise'
Ins; at 59c a yd-
W Spring Suits
Have arrived within the past few
days. Call and inspect them; spe
cially priced at from
$9.98 R 35.00
FAMOUS FOR LOW PRICES SINCE '5S
1-1S SEVENTH STREET
Now on display In our spaclea
millinery department. Attractive
prices prevail about half Jttraat
you'd expect. -
Elizabeth B. Mylod, of Poughkeepsle,
who had slipped under the Ice. After
an hour's search Miss Mylod's body was
founds Additional aid came from the
The four girls rescued were: Anale J.
Olham. daughter of J. R. Olham. of
Cleveland. Ohio: Mildred Kennlston
daughter of Frederick A. Kennlston, of
tamnriage, .Mass.; Laura Kelner,
daughter of John Reiner, of Kingston,
N. T., and Myra Mulst, daughter of
C. J. Mulst. of New Hamburg, N. T.
Mother of Miss Martha Bowers,
Hurt in Accident, Narrowly
Escapes Serious Injury.
SchAcrt Player Pianos and Pianos
Repairs are being made today to the
automobile of Mrs. Lloyd W. Bowers,
which was damaged in a collision with
a Capital Traction car at Tenth and U
streets northwest last evening. Mrs.
Bowers, who Was driving the automo
bile, escaped Injury, but the front of
the machine was wrecked.
She is the widow of the former So
licitor General of the United States and
mother of Miss Martha Bowers, who
was seriously Injured In a runaway ac
cident while' riding with Miss Helen
Taft one day last week.
Mrs. Bowers was on her way home
from Garfield Hospital, where she had
been visiting her daughter, when the
accident happened. She was driving
south In Tenth street, and In turning
out- for another vehicle, drove the front
of her automobile Into the vestibule of
a westbound U street car. She was not
Slipping on the Ice-covered, pavement
at Thirty-third and Prespect streets.
Georgetown, this morning, a horse at
tached to a delivery wagon of the
Holmes Baking Company, fell and over
turned tho wagon, scattering a quantity
of breadstuff m the street. A. T. Mc
Wrenn, the driver, was thrown out and
badly shaken up, but declined to go to
Charles W. Bowles, an Inmate of the
Soldiers' Home, fell as he was about to
board a car at Ninth and T streets last
night and was Injured about the head.
He was taken to Freedznen's Hospital,
and later removed to the home.
While riding a bicycle at Fourteenth
street and New York avenue northwest
last evening. Omar Bushran, twenty
one years old, of 901 N street northwest,
was struck by a Capital Traction car.
The bicycle was demolished, but Bush
ran was not hurt.
HELP TO ITili
New York Prosecutor to Go
After "Higher Ups" in Graft
NEW YORK. Feb. 6. With the con
fession of Police Captain Thomas W.
Walsh In his hands District Attorney
Whitman prepared today to follow the
broad trail of vice protected graft from
Harlem direct to headquarters and
bring about the Indictment of at least
three Inspectors and a high "civilian
Not since the days of the Lexow Com-
mlttee exposures has the New York
police department been so shaken as
by the admissions ot the veteran police
captain, who, lying as he feared at the
point of death, sent for the district
attorney and eagerly poured out every
fact and circumstance connected with
his many years of. graft taking from
.the vice haunts, of his precinct.
"I want to tell everything. It la
my only hope' were Walsh's first
words when whitman. In response to a
telephone message from the police cap
tain's wife, entered the bed room. late
Walsh told about a great part of the
graft from protection money nald by
disorderly houses, saloons, gambling
houses, and Individual prostitutes to
headquarters, wnere tne "civilian orn
clal," whose name was temporarily
withheld by Whitman, got hla share of
the hush money. This official served
as the backstop for all complaints, and
attempted exposures coming to head
quarters. Bald Walsh.
Carnegie's Friend Dies.
MAYS LAND. N. J.. Feb. 6. Ellsha
M. Fulton, who gave Andrew Carnegie
his first Job, died at his home here. His
estate was worth less than a million
mony with her In Baltimore in May,
1910, and until he deserted her last June
she believed she was his legal wife. She
is the mother of his two children.
Rivera is the son of a wealthy Porto
Rico sugar planter.
"There's another woman in this case,
and I think the law ought to have
something to do with her;"
A pretty, smiling, nineteen-year-old
girl, not in the least downcast over her
matrimonial misadventure, is Miss
LtrV Rasfprrtnv Ytfhrt Mllmmfkri nn nnA
phase of the cae against her putative !
nusoana. senor Castro Lino Rivera, in
inese woras toaay.
With her two babies romping around
her. Miss Easterday, or Mrs. Rivera,
laughingly faced all Inquiries, and re
fused to give any further Information
about the woman whom she thinks Is
now loved by the man she alleges,
trapped her Into a "mock marriage" at
Baltimore some years ago.
"The woman lives on P street In this
city, and I know her name." she added.
"I haven't heard anything today about
Mr. Rivera, and I don't care to hear
anything about him."
Miss Easterday Is now living with her
mother In a small apartment at 810 I
street northwest. The latter Is work
ing In an F street store, and Is the
bread-winner for the family, since her
aaugnter must stay at home to care
for ner babies.
We Announce An Important Sale of inauguration Supplies
i jwi n m
$1,691 to Degin tomorrow
Made of genuine human
hair, fine and wavy. We
can match your hair 'with
almost any shade. Only
10 dozen on sale at this
Lugs Wert Affictii
Niw In and Htaltk
It Is beyond human power to perform
miracles. The makers of Eckman's Al
terative, a remedy for Consumption, do
not claim that "it will restore every
one to perfect health, but so many have
voluntarily testified It saved their Uvea
that all who have this dread disease
should investigate and try it. It should
stop the night sweats, reduce fever,
promote appetite, and In very many
cases prolong life. Read what It ac
complished in this case:
Catherine Ave. and. Ascot Place,
Queen' Court. I. T.
"Gentlemen: In the year IKS I km taken
with a heavy cold and ainaaty couth, and
went to Mveral doctor. Including a specialist.
Their medicine failed. I then Trent to tbe
Catikllla. but tho couth itlll kept up. I
stayed them a year and then nent on a
farm near Jersey City, a very sick man.
"My brother then recommended Eckman's
Alterative to me very highly. At first I
would not consent to use It, owing to the
fact that T had taken so manv medicines'
gambling without being helped In any way. but Anally
now nearly two years
I am now cured and I
Values Up to Ofi
50c & 75c, Choice, &DG
Special purchase 'of several hundred
dozens of Robespierre Collars, Fancy
Bows, and Novelties. All the latest
styles and colors.
Attention! Mr. Man!
Here's Regular prf g
Factory Seconds of the
famous " " Brand.
These imperfections are so
slight that they are almost
unnoticeable. All the new
striped and figured pat
terns, printed on finest
percale and madras. Ever
one perfect In fit. Cut ex
tra full, all sizes.
Special Purchases Along With Oar
Own Big Stocks Will Make Ttis
An Event Without Precedent in
the City's Mercantile History.
Maalin Bed" Sheets, kaowa as Ran o tie Mill Sccaaaa.
Titer kave almost aaotleeable Isaperfectioa, bat every
one wUl-irfve tae beat errlee. Jfade wit Improve weld
ed ceateryseama, kaad tora and lroaerf. At tfeeae special
75c Sheets, 81x90 Incites Me
65c Sheets, 72x99 inches Je
59c Sheets, C0x99 laches 35c
Sheets, 81x90 ......
Made of extra quality
bleached sheeting, deep top
and bottom hems.
17c Pillow 192-
Cases. 4SxM.... JL7C
"Well made, of extra qual
ity, heavy round-thread cot
ton; hand torn and Ironed.
VaJaea9 to 9Uf
Made of finest nainsook. They are-slightly
soiled, .otherwise absolutely perfect; -fH
blouse f root, beautifully trimmed with fittest
laces, eabreMertes aad Swiss . medaliiofi.
All styles and 'sizes. -
Tataea mm to 9LM
AD the latest and 'best styles-la-every
popular color of Bearskin., Velvet,
Plush. Corduroy. Cloth, etc Soae
trimmed, others un trimmed; shapes aad
sizes for; chUdrea'agea 3 to S years.
12Kc MhsIIh Pillowcases, Xc
These are good, durable cases, well made of fine, round
thread cotton and are full 42x36 inches In size.
75c Pillows, 37 He.
Covered with A. C. A.
stripe tlcldncr filled with fine
selected turkey feathers.
Cottoa Filled SllkolUe
91.8 Pillow. 73c
Covered with fancy art
ticking filled with fine, soft
feathers. Large sire.
Covered Straaarlv SUteaed UinrUIV10
Large size for full double beds at tbe following extra
ordinary low prices:
$1.00 Coaforts. Stle Price 59e
W.59 Comforts. Sale Price 9fie
12.09 Coaiforts. Sale Price - $L45
I consented. It la
Inc I drat took It.
dare ssy that I would hare been burled long
ago If It had not been for Eckman Altera
tive. L wish to thank you for the Godsend
to me. Wherever I go I highly recommend
the Alterative, as I owe my lire to it.
(Sworn Affidavit) JOS. J. TROE8CHER.
Eckman's Alterative Is effective In
Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever, Throat
and Lung Troubles and In upbuilding
the system. Does not contain poisons,
opiates or habit-forming drugs. For
sale by O'Donnell's and other leading
druggists. Ask for booklet telling of
recoveries, and write to Eckman's Lab
oratory. Philadelphia, Pa., for addition
al evidence. Advt.
WE iu:kt player, pianos
FOR S25 PER QTJAItrKR,
I TOT SAVE JoJwKJSjy
. L MONEY SEE . djfljtfc.
ME BEFORE YOU jflsPfc
UV-HOT AFTER f
jjf Friday Only
For 600 Pairs $2.50, $3, and $350
Women's High Grade Boots
and Handsome Evening Slippers,'
Ak a larsre factory with tinineiit.e
ropltal we are nhle to sell jou
the highest crade Player Piano
In the world for 9H per month.
This gives yon nn unlimited guar
antee. No njrent to deal vrtfn nail
pay for fabuloa expense.
TOU SATE THAT HERE
lowest price nnd terms ever
quoted to Washington, nnd tbe
flJieM (roods ever seen to thin city.
ee Mr. Chose before 70a liny.
Joseph Hall Chase Piano Co.
1307 G Street N.W.
Remember, Worth Side of G St.
Between 13th aad Hth ft.
1628 7th Street N.W.
ith 6t. Open Until (30 Every Xlfht.
There will be a BARGAIN FEAST INDEED at our
7th St. Store tomorrow and every voman who prides
herself upon practising Economy should not fail to take
advantage of it.
AT ONLY SUA PAIR considerably less than HALl-
THE ACTUAL VALUES we shall endeavor to dispose ot
Broken Sizes, Small Lots and Discontinued Styles which must
"MOVE ON" before next week's Stock-Taking. CALL AS
EARLY AS POSSIBLE.
The Doct include to to 20 different styles of
"Weslilng-ton Belle." "Vt l-Mo-Dsii-SIs" and "Venus"
Patent Colt. Gun Metal Calf and Surpass KI1, But
ton, Laced and Bluchers, In various sorts of hceM
and toes. KJIOKKN" SIZES small or narrow ones
predominating but some as large as Xo. 7. and
quite a sprinkling of wider widths In the lot
Tlie Sllpner Include all the season's Proken
Sizes. Remnants and Samples from our Evening
Slipper Department Among the kinds are Satin
Slippers. In various colors: Bliick Suedo Pumps
and Strap Sllppeis; Patent Leather and Blnrk or
Colored Kid one nnd two strap Slippers In none
cases only a pair or two ot a kind but slzer from
L to S Included In the lot.
Values up to $1.50. .
The final shipment of these Gloves ar
rive In time for tomorrow's sale. About
1,000 dozens were bought at a big un
derprlce. They are slightly soiled or
mended, but this does not affect their
wearing "qualities In tho least. Colors
Include Black, White, Gray, Tan and
The lot includes velvets,
corduroys, serges, etc., in
black, navy, and all the
wanted colors. Latest and
best styles of the season.
Values up to $25
Stylish Long Coats
Full length styles of boucle, zibeline,
striped and novelty mixed materials,
beautifully tailored and finished.
91.25 Blanket. 85c
Fine wool-nap 11-1 size,
gray or white, with neat
SIM Maaketa, SIM
Australian, wool. 11-t size,
gray or white, silk bound;
same warmth as all -wool.
$G.ee California Wool Blnkets, I&S6.
Finest quality soft, fleecy nap, neat pencil plaid pat
terns, deep binding of all-silk ribbon, fancy pink or- bine
borders; full 11-1 size.
f 1.00 Bed Spreads, 78c
Heavy marsellles patterns,
pearl trimmed, 11-4 size, for
full double beds.
Tals, assortment Is com
pose of.is up,, cur
, Creye ae Cktaea,
e. They're elaborately
trimmed with flaeat Im
ported laces. Colors In
cises) black, navy, brown,
aad white. All sizes.
1.50 Sea Sareaaa, MCe
Beautiful raised marsellles
patterns, pearl hemmed- ex
,tra large size for double
120 Cat-Coraer Bed Sweats, sii.
For metal beds, extra large size; handsome stroll and
figured patterns finished with deep fringe. '
OOO Bert Spread. 91.70
Large size, extra heavy
raised patterns, in pink,
rose, and blue.
9&M Bed: Spread, 91.96
Extra large size for' fun
double beds; handsome raised
$1.25 aad $1.56 Table Damask, a Yard, 9it.
Best Irish and Scotch linen, full two yards wide, double
satin faced, open bprd er effects.
40c Damask, a yd., JBe
Full bleached, regular
width. Extra line quality;
63c Damask, a yd-, 39c
Heavy durable quality.
Full bleached: beautiful pat
terns; full a Inches wiae.
$IA Hemmed Ifapklas, a Bozea, 75c.
Full bleached extra good quality, neat patterns. IS inch
.size. Most extraordinary napkin value we ever announced.
Sc Toivellar, a ydW 8e
Union linen, dice pattern,
crash toweling, strong, dur
able quality, extra absorbent.
15c uBarnsIeyB Crash Toweling, a Yard, SKc.
Gcnulno linen, with fast color, red stripe border. Suit
able for roller or hand towels. Only 100 pieces at this
price: 15c value. A yard, Sc. .
40e Napkins, dos 23c
These aro hemmed and in
tho size usually used by
lunch rooms and boarding
13'c Towels, each, Dc
Iluck Towels, white with
fast color, red borders, large
size; in lots of a. dozen. Spe
cially priced at J1.C0.
SSc Towels, eack. 12 He
Turkish Towels, extra
large size, heavy two thread,
pile. In lots of a dozen. Spe
cially priced at $1.5.
$1.00 Roman Striped Coneh Corers, 45c
Made of heavy mercerized tapestry. Beautiful combina
tion colored effects In red, gold and green; finished with
BOc Window Shade. 29c
Scotch Holland Opaque
Shades, finished with gringo
bottoms; absolutely perfect;
23c Oilcloth, 16c
Best non-crackable qual
ity, white enameled, tiled
and fancy dark and light
patterns; 5-1 width.
We Never Iistd a Greater
Waist Bargak Tkai Tlas!
Accumulations of the sea
son's best styles la voile
lawn, and madras. Butl
'fully designed, and' 'trimmed
models .isr all ' slsm.-ar
.waist sa the let ware, lea J
,1 s m
Hade of fancy
In pretty figured or
floral effects; shir
red at the waist
line. Regular SOc
value. Sale price.
Made of plam' tsa
batiste. weS made
and finished;, extra
special 'value- at
JL0O each. Bale
price. toT'oae day
(Exactly like cat)
Made of velvet,
soft conforming ef
fect. In Black,,. Gray.
Brown, and' Black
with White Bands,
Regular JLOO value.
On the "Bargain Tables" Friday at $1.39 Pair!
Men's $3 and $3.50
Dreu Shoes; Friday. .
At our 7th St. Store Tomorrow:
This week's Friday "MOVE-ON" Sale Sensation
for men will be another big hit!
At the fractional price of J1.C3 a pair we offer
122 pairs Men's $3.00 and J3.50 Patent Colt Blucher
nnd Button Dress Shoes remnants of six good
styles which we want to close out before Stock
taking. With medium or narrow toes. THESE
5 W, 6 6V3 7 V.i 8 MS 9
B32 46 2C 63 2
C33 8 5 54 33 4
DC 6 4 2 3 2
E 6 2 4 3 1
Boys' and Girls' Fine
$2.50 and $3.00 Shoes.
At our 7th St. Store Tomorrow:
Bioken sizes of the highest grade Young Folks'
Shoes ever seen on a Bargain Table, consisting in
Boys' "TRI-WEAR" Shoes
"BOY SCOUT" Elkskln Shoes
Boys' J2.50 High STOBM SHOES
In Tan or Black Leathers. Broken sizes. 10 to 5'.4.
Also Misses'. Child's, and Rome Grow lng Glrl:
Famous "BEN'D-EESY" Shoes
. Superior "RITE-FORM" Shoea
and High-cut STORM BOOTS
In Tan Willow Calf, Black Gunmetal Calf, ami
VIcI Kid; Patent Colt. Broken sizes from Child s C
to Misses' 5. All sizes in the lot.
-jiBEaMs- pjBSJ Tj J. f I t ' I a-
233 Pa. Ave. 5.E.
SEATS ON STANDS
BALCONY. IN WINDOWS AND ItOOMS.
To View the Inaucural Parade.
909 Penna. Ave
A BOOKLET ON DIU'OLKSS HEALING.
HEADING IT will DISCOVER to YOU that
the SEHIOUSf DISEASES of mankind that
hae passed 11EYOND the reach of MEDI.
CINE and YOl'It PHYSICIAN can, by MOD-
nns METHODS of HEALING without medi
cine or aurKlcal procedure HE CUDED. LADY
BOOKLET and CONSULTATION FREE.
Hours. 10 A. M. to 8 P. II. Sunday. It to L
PROF. H. N. D. PARKER,
1K2 Sth St. N. W.
GET BOOKLET. IT WILL DO YOU GOOD.
SPECIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
Has Been Installed By
THE MERCHANTS TRANSFER &
Special rates to Merchants. Prompt
sen Ice. Reliable messengers. Courte
A TRIAL IS ALL WH ASK.
FfrMc Man 6900 920-22 E SL N. W.
LADIES & GENTLEMEN.
Stop In and try one of our FAMOUS
LUNCHES. 12 to 2:C0 p. m. DELI
CIOUt DINNERS, 5 to 7:30 p. m.
Restaurant A LA CARTE from 7 to
? I.TIVp-fT Sic
THE LINCOLN CAFE.
Cor. 10TH & II "st. X. W.
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Tho CANDY with the taste that llncers
DOLLY MADISON. At the new store. 720
11th st. Phone orders M. SIM.
GEORGE W. JORS3.
Ml Munsey Bulldlns. Washington D. C. M.
Btoe Latrobe funiaco work,
pslrtns. Md. and Sixth S. W.
A MONTH Suit pressed each week;
also cleaning at low rates.
CAIMTVL rilKSal.NG Cl.lD
410 Hth N. V. Phone M. 1292.
GENERAL house repairs. Is there anything
ou want done? Phone M. 7177. Mlt.
Gallery of Art
will re-open to the public on Friday,
February 7th, 1W3.
JT. B. McQUIRE. Director.
Jill T rnC Is used excluslelr In milling
lYllLLbrV 3 Miller's Self-nilrins Buck-
,,n . . wheat. That's why the
SIi-KaiSl!2 cokM " 'ld are always
" """o wholesome and exceptionally
Buckwheat ,. Try M,LLER-3
tarAt your grocer's. No consumers supplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO.
Wholesalers, lllh nnd M St, s. R.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
fDinr'Q PACK. STORE.
nKIELj o move, or ship
quickly, safely. cheaply.
122S II st. N. W. Phone M. 2010.
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PADDED vans. HKld.:2-h. wason, U Id.
Phone Main 1915-1516.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER & STORAGE CO..
MS N. Y. Avo. N. W.
Packtns and Shlprrlnr. Storage. J5 van load.
QET OUR ESTIMATES en absolutely fire
proof stores, moving, packlnr. UN'rraD
BTATES STORAGE CO.. 415-20 10th at. N. VT.
Phons M. 42a. t
WE DO PACKING Household (roods tot
shipment: storage In private soartnaat.
Free hauling to our storage. UTTLEi'IKLD,
ALVORD CO. MT 1(U it nw.
March 3rd '
From a Window in the MUNSEY. BUILDING
Best Location on The Avenue
Entire 3rd Story, 70-foot GLASS FRONT
EXTRA LARGE WINDOWS
Unobstructed view. Ratal cmrsbtikfcjs
Splenid effortawty for a pirate seta), cM it
Act ergaiizaiiM to view the pOrade.sWkrtii
fros bad wealker.. Ratal carers toti days . .
MAKE RESERVATIONS WITHOUT BSLAT
Renting Agent, Room 913, 'Munsey Building
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15- &r3r wvVit .j't. .
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