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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913.
GOES TO SENATE
Hatf-and-Half Principle Upheld
When Favorable Report Is
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paying for paving and resurfacing
Street In th tilths ...o.:. ... Kclns approved py
- .u... -, .., -1 crs.
nan me cost or tne
market, the water frontage on Po
tomac river front lying south of Water
street, between Eleventh and Twelfth.
The telephone company Is required to
maintain 'phones In the residences of
the superintendent of the water depart
ment, superintendent of sewers, secre
tary of the oBard of Charities, health
officer, chief engineer of the fire de
partment, and superintendent of po
The Commissioners are directed to
submit. In their next annual budget,
estimates for not to exceed two bathing
beaches, with needed buildings, on sites
other than those now used.
Leaves of absence of the Fire De
partment members arc restricted to
twenty days with pay Leaves be
yond that time shall be without pay
and require conbent of the Commis
sioners. Total sick leave In any year with
out disallowance of pay is thirty-tlays
but this may be extended In case of
Illness or injury In line of duty on
recommendation of the board of sur-
DIES OK GALLOWS
OB KLILING TWO
PRICE AND QUALITY
Soldier Slayer of Wife and
Brother Protests He Failed
to Get Square Deal.
REDUCED BY BIL
AT SCOTT IMORIA
cost of the same upon the
abutting property, instead of paying
the whole cost from the general fund,
as has been the practice under the
organic act. AVer believe ihls change
wou,d be unjust to the small property
owners in tne city of Washington ami
favor the continuance of the plan here
It Is claimed that the plan of paying
for such woik by asse&sing part of the
cost upon the abutting poperty was
given a thorough trial in the District
during, the reign of the board of pub
lic works, and after a. searching Inves
tigation of District affairs by a joint
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prisoner. A few minutes after
House Committee Reports Out
Bill Fixing Cost at 80 Cents
and Power at 20 Candles.
The House District Committee met
to-lay and transacted business In whirl-
o'clock guards entered tho cell, hand- wind fashion, reporting out four Impor
cuffed Kauen, and tied his hands be- tan, hm inriiiHinr th MHn moo
death .".... IT . 7 . r.7
uru iu reuuee inu price uj. sas in ino
hind him, and led him down
Dignitaries of English Realm
Join in Paying Tribute to
Dead Polar Explorers.
.Action of tho Commissioners In lo-
roflnt, n nltm.l o i)i1a n. I, n IIaiUIi
....... fy ,i tuuM .n.wv ,,, kite livuilli I .. . . , lliu iu ICUUCi; II1U Ui 1UU VL KilS 111 UK
Department on reservation 200 along row. through the corridors of the big D,,trIe, nd f. KVnvnn ., Ilirht hln
pal at the insers-ctlon , jwi. ana into noui- ? " " .... ,,: . "" .-. "J " -
luriner euu 01 which swuu wm wimu -..w ....w ... uuo aeovu me ocunK,
scaffold. . The committee, however, did not take
Father Gallagher preceded Raucn, on 'action on the Jones-Works excise bill,
either side of whom marched a unl-, whn h i, ,i, m
.i .,j n. mi,!. raiirrf Hnnn ' "" tne time approached for calling
s.he lone fflKht of steps leading Into the up ,hat measure Congressman Cary of throng cried aloud.
corridor wh,cro the scaffold stood. Wisconsin left tho committee room and Not since the funeral of the late King
tne nee down tne cornaor, a distance 01 oroKe tne quorum. The remaining mem-1 Edward VII has there been such
James Creek Ca
of South Capitol and I utrcts south
cast Is rat fled and title to tho reser
vation transferred to the DIstilct
The amount of reimbursement to be
paid the Government under tho sun
dry civil measure of lat-t year on nc
count of deficiencies in pavments of
Jhe District for care and maintenance
of the Insane Is fixed at J719.536.09.
In connection with the reclamation
and development of tho Anacostla
river and flats from the Anacostla
Bridge to the Dlstrlctl ine. the Sec
select committee of Congress, lasting retary of "War is authorized to acquire
several months, it was found It hal by purchase or by condemnation, for
wrought so much disaster and injus- highway, and nark purposes, the abso
lute upon me tmaii property Holders, iuie tine to ine land along the Ana
and so mans Inequalities upon all class
es or property, that It was discorded
and the plan now in vogue of pajing
for the same out of the general fund
was substituted therefor.
"After most careful consideration,
your committee recommends a con
tinuance of the plan for paying for
such improvements which has been
lowed since the enactment of the or
The Items of Increase and decrease In
the amounts of the House bill recom
mended by the committee are as fol
Executive office O.SM00
Collector's ofnee 100 CO
Auditor's office 150 00
Coroner's office J40 09
Farmers' produce market, erection
of. shelters at the Intersection of
Ohio and Louisiana avenues with
10th and 11th sts
TUti whar and market..
Municipal architect's office
Free Pjibllc Library
TaV-oma Park branch
National Library for the Blind
Contingent and miscellaneous expenses:
Erection of tablets to mark his
torical places In the District of
Improvements' and repairs:
Pavtnc certain specified streets.. .. J20.0GO CO
Viaduct and brldre to carry Ben-nlng-
road over railroad. tracks... 110,000 00
Construction of suburban roads 9LS30 00
Replacing" sidewalks and curbs
around Patent Office and old Post
Office buildings 4.000 00
Sewers, suburban 53.000 0)
-Bathing beach (net) ..-. S1SS0OO
Pla grounds ,. J.KS0O
Central High School S300.O00 0J
I Street High School 150.000 00
Slxteen-room buildlns: west of Sol
diers' Home Grounds US, OCX) 00
ccttla river en both sides between
tho high-water lines, as determined
by the United States Coast and Geodetic-
Survey, and lines following ap
proximately the contour of ten feet
elevation on each side above mean
low water at the United State Navy
Yard, from the Anacostla bridge to
the northeast boundarv line between
the District and Maryland and also
all land below the high-water lines
on each side of Anaco-itla rlvei be
tween tho limits named that is not
now owned by the United States; and
the appropriation made for the recla
mation and development of the Ana
ccEtia river and flats frcrn the Ana.
ccstla bridge northeast Ai the Dis
trict line, is made ava'laMe.
Amendments are put in providing Tor
important park Improvements. Includ
ing Kllnglc Valley Park, containing
over twenty-six acres; the land adja
cent to Plney Brancn valley, between
Sixteenth and Fourteenth streets north
west, and the land adjacent to the Mu
nicipal Hospital grounds, between Four
teenth street and Georgia avenue. In
all forty-two acres.
The assessment of benefits to the ex
tent of not less than one-third of the
cost of the Improvement in each case la
authorized against land within one
fourth of a mile of the proposed parks.
Numerous street changes consequent en
the proposed park improvements are
LONDON-, Feb. 14. By far the most
impressive memorial ever held In Lon
don for persons not of the blood royal,
was the service conducted at noon to
day In St. Paul's Cathedral for CapU
Robert Falcon Scott, the Antarctic ex
plorer, and his four gallant comrades,
who died of starvation and exposure
after attaining the South Pole.
King George wept unabashed; the
lords of the admiralty, cabinet ministers,
and the brilliantly uniformed members
of the diplomatic corps of all nations
of the earth let the tears course down
their cheeks, and at times the vast
Managers Are So Gratified Over
Result They Are Planning
Exhibit Next Year.
twenty-five yards, d mounted another &, were evenly divided on the excise
series of steDs. twelve In number, to hin h ,tu . .. .i . .. .
j v. -j - i .,.,, .h. i --n consequence of todays action, tho
yard march, and as he passed the
dozen witnesses, lokcd each squarely In
Twice his eyes roamed to the gal
lows, and he stared at It unflinchingly.
Whllo tho guards held either arm. ho
did not need support. -Rauen twice
KviBe Din simpiy remains in committee,
and its status Is unchanged.
Reduces Price and Quality.
Tho report on the gas bill la a partial
victory only for the gas consumers of
fused proffered stimulants, one of the the District, As amended by tho com
nhy8di?mlcsnaV'nB agreeU t0 KlVC hlm,nilttce the bill provides that aJi gas
lttook the guards but thirty seconds companies in the District shall here
from thiv time Rauen reached tho tOD after furnish cas at SO cents Tier 1 f on
of the scaffold, to strap his legs, place feet, but a separate proviso allows tho '
the noose around nis nccK, tne niacK companies to maKe L-o-candlepower In-
Army and Navy i
cap over his head, and to tprlng the
As the noose was placed around his
neck. Rauen turned to the guard and
asked him to draw it tighter. This was
done, and the nan continued delivering
the prayers suggested to him by his
spiritual adviser. At 10:09 the trap was
sprung, and in ten minutes he wa pro
nounced dead. The neck was not brok
en, and he died from strangulation.
The body, was taken to Jit. Olivet
Cemetery, where, under the direction
of Father Gallagher. It will be Interred
this afternoon. Rauen has relatives In
Chicago, but none of these appeared In
Washington to claim the body
The extenuating circumstances of
which Rauen spoke in his statement
referred to the alleged Inndcllty of his
wife. Ills belief that the relations be
tween his wife and his brother were
not proper led to the douMo murder.
It was claimed by his-attorneys.
Hears Decision' Coolly.
Following the murder. Rauen feigned
Insanity, but officials declared be was
not a victim of insanity In a type ma
lignant enough to be an excuse for his
President Taft, after granting a re
prieve, appointed a special Investigator
to examine into the claims of Rauen's
wife's alleged Infidelity. Rauen's attor
neys believed, that the' Investigation had
resulted favorably for their Client, but
Cap4lnW.ILyAM PATERSON. Coast jpVsident Taft yesterday afternoon
Probation system, .salaries,..
Police OoUrt ..; 1.:
Charities and corrections:
Board of Charities' .
Columbia Polytechnic Institute
Home for the Aged and Infirm....
National Training School for Girls
nasninrton Hospital lor iouno
llngs 1.000 00
Artillery Corps, assigned
Captain DENNIS P. QUINLAN.
Twelfth Cavalry. Is relieved from
duty at Jefferson Barracks. Mo.,
and from duty on recrultlnsr aer-
s;s,CC0 CO j vice.
i rirsr Lieutenant uun tu rAiti-
.'ULrUD, .XI1UU VA2U1J, UCUUiCU lUi
' jgeneral 'recruiting service.
The retirement of Brigadier General
JAMES ALLEN, chief signal officer,
from active service on February IS,
1913, Is announced. Brigadier Gen
eral ALLEN will proceed to his
.. JL0O0 00
Water department, salaries .....
Total increase SS3.00000
Janitors and care of buildings and
grounds .T. tlMOO
Medical lnipctor 1,100 00
Motor car. etc., for superintendent. 4.700 00
Net increase SS3.2
At the request of the officers concerned
the following changes in the stations
of recruiting officers are ordered:
Major CHARLES B. EWING. U S. A.,
retired, from Savannah, Ga., to Bal
timore, Md. "
Captain CHARLES P. ELLIOTT. V. S.
A., retired, from Baltimore, Md..
and will proceed to Savannah. Ga.,
and enter upon recruiting duty at
the latter place.
Captain ANDREW E. WILLIAMS.
Third Cavalry. Is detailed for gen
eral recruiting service to Jefferson
Captain ALVIN K. 3ASKETTE. Ninth
Infantry, is detailed for bervlce in
Amount of bill as reported to the j the quartermaster corps.
sne 11.W3.SS3 00 - Thc following named officers arc jf sis
Few Changes. I nated as captains of the respective
Comnaratlvelv few chances aremade a."ny teams to be entered in the na-
: . . - . . . r: t:onai team matcn to ne neia in con-
In salaries they stand In the House
A provision is added that the cor
poration counsel shall be appointed
by the President by and with the ad
vice and consent of thc Senate.
An amendment is put In allowing
132.000 for erection of shelters at the
farmers' produce market and the Com
missioners are allowed to charge SO
cents per day for each space Instead
A provision Is Inserted directing tho
Commissioners to take over and oper
ate as a municipal fish wharf and
nected with thc national matches
Captain ROBERT H. ALLEN. Twenty
ninth Infantry, armv Infantry team.
Captain William H. CLOPTON, jr.,
Thirteenth Cavalry, army cavalry
Captain C. M. McCORMICK. placed on
the retired list of officers of the
Navy from February 11, 1913 phs
ical disability Incurred in line of
sealed the young man's fate .by refusing
to tnterrere runner.
Rauen took the news of the Presi
dent's decision coolly and while express
ing disappointment, did not break down
when he knew that death was only a
few hours away.
He slept well during the night, and
though looking haggard and tortured
to some extent this forenoon, he-walked
bravely to the gallows, with his head
erect and his. eyes straight ahead. Not
until a few mlnutea before the execu
tion did he make his nubile statement.
S There was no condemnation of Rls wife
and brother, nor any expression of re
gret over the deed. Ills only plea was
that he hadn't had .a chance to put ln,to
evidence the things that would have
saved him fr6m-.the hangman's noose.
Chaplain Gallagher took, charge 'of the
body after the hanging, and this. 'after;
noon he will conduct simple funeral ser
vices over It at the Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
Taft Refuses to Interfere.
Rauen was convicted, of double mur
der, having shot to death his eighteen-year-old
wife and his brother John
Raucn, last spring. The former sol
dier, returning to his home in South
west Washington early in thc evening
found his wife and brother seated on
the porch In front of their residence.
He was intoxicated, and began firing
at the pair. While he was convicted
of double murder, he was executed for
the murder of his wife.
His attorneys made desperate efforts
to have his execution stayed tor a. sec
ond time, but failed. He was to havf
bcn hanged the latter part of Jan
uary, but eleventh-hour pleas made b'
his attorneys to the President resulte'
in a reprieve until today. Testcrda
his attorneys made another effort tt
have the execution postponed. Th
President placed the matter In th
hands of the Attorney General, wh
detailed a special Investigator to re
port on the case. On the recommen
ilatlons of the latter the President re
fused to interfere.
stead of 22-candlepower as at present.
v hue tho bill reduces the price of gas
therefore, it also reduces the quality of
gas. The Madden bill. In its original
shape, fixes the price at 75 cents with
out reference to candle power.
TRe Kenyon "red light" bill to enjoin
and abate Questionable resorts in thn
District was favorably reported, and it
Is the intention of the committee to put
this bill through if possible before
March i, in order that owners of such
property may be enjoined before inaug
Street Car Changes.
The Cannon bill authorizing an ex
tension of the lines of tho Washington
Railway Company was also reported.
This bill authorizes, the company to.
matte extensive cnanges in and addit
ions to Its lines in the northwest sec
tion oi tne city along a previously pub
Strike Riot Cases
At Salem Dismissed
SALEM. Mass.. Feb. H. The last
cases growing out of the riots at Law
rence last winter during tho strike of
nearly 30.000 textile operatives were
cleared away today when District Attor-,
ney Henry C. Atwill. prosecuting attor
ney In the murder trial of Joseph Ettor
and Arturo Glovannltti, nolle prossed
cases against a large number of strike
The case against the I. W. W. leaders,
crush at such a gathering. King George
V, a representative of Queen Mary,
Winston Spencer Churchill, first lord of
the admiralty; Admiral Lord Charles
Beresford, Premier Herbert Henry
Asqulth, Sir Edward Gray,
of state for foreign affairs; David
iioya-ueorge, chancellor of the ex
chequer; Col. J. E. B. .Seely, sec
retary of state for war, and other cabi
net ministers and government officials
occupied prominent places at the cath
edral. Members of tha diplomatic corps, at
taches of the war office and the ad
miralty, all the .admirals, at home,
naval commanders and distinguished
professional people were there. i
Members of the Royal Geographical
Society, members of the North British
Antarctic Society, and many other
dentists were given sections and In
HYATTSVILLE. Md.. Feb. 14 A
record crowd was present for tho final
night of tho first annual "exhibition of
the Southern Maryland Poultry Breed
ers' Association, held .here in the Ma
sonic Hall. The show was a success
from every standpoint More than 2W
chickens and 100 pigeons were on ex
hibition. The managers are so gratified
with the result they have begun work
lnr for next year, and several busi
ness men have signified their Inten
tion of donating cups to be awarded
In the various classes.
One or the birds that attracted much
Mention this week was a golden pheas
ant. The Identity of the exhibitor i
unknown, even to the managers of the
show. The seeietary says a boy
brought the bird into the hall the night
previous to the opening, and paid his en
trance fee, but failed to give his name.
The'bfrd Was Ta warded a blue ribbon.
secretary Other birds tjiat attracted considerable
nouce were a snver-spangiea Ham
burg hen and cockerel, entered by D.
Roy Matthews, of Woodridge, D. C,
ind the White Leghorns of George A.
Godey. Mr. Coder's birds swepr the
field In their class, getting first ' and
second prize each for hen. cockerel
and pullet. Mrs. W. E. Thome, of
Riverdale, also took everything with
her Buff Orpingtons.
Census Bureau Report
Shows Cotton on Hand
A Census Bureau crop report today'
consumed during January: 1,911.157 bale -
... ...... maximum caiaoiisnmenta on I
January 31. and S.fi69,079 bales in Inde-
r.---". " jiuinjris were oz.-i
.equivalent 500-pound bales: exports.
900.844 running bales.
were rffi. ln January
Theft Discloes Thief.
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Dlalned that , h. k. ...-j - ;
. w, . : "v . vc,, avmuu ui val
uable jewelry, the police discovered that
loVWO1 wanted In Canada for stealing
Sore throat Cure
To cure Sore Thfett ikkly.
Mfely sad surely you nut m s
remedy nutele-for the ateil'r
pose. TON8ILZXE to simply s Sera
Throat Care. It doesa't perform
miracle bat It doe do- Ka whole
duty ta caring sore throtUa.
TONSaXJKE J? an aaUaefKic
juiw tne gore Turoat cerntr aao
correjcts the conditions' which pro
duce Sore Throat and like disease.
The ant, dose give relief.
aaa a few doses core.
A autck. safe, soothtar.
healtasr aaUseMlc care for
8ore Throat fcrledy describee J
t$ ceata aad 5t ceata. Has- H
attal fltoe If. AM Pragma. "
OPEN TILL 9 P. M. TOMORROW
Parcel post figures of the local office
for January show that the people of
this section aPbreclate the new method
of shipping go-ids. Miss Mary W. Tlse. j
yosuuisiress, reports' uia.1 ouu parcels
were mailed daring the past month, for
ggs 7 t .
E TABUSHED IN 1850
a total amount of $22.77 in postage. So
cleared and guarded places In the center! li!l,s.nln.thlJl?23ffe,s .have bee-n
William D. HaywardoWIllIam E. Treat-
m.n V.iflT nA t ..',r .t...Jt
m, uuuii u.u .u. walnut!.-, uiiurjSMiti
of the cathedral were 200 relatives and
close mends of the dead explorers.
The King, the admiralty and war of
ficials, army and navy officers, and dip
lomats were In full unirorm. and It was
one of the most brlllant assemblages
ever seen In St. Paul's.
The dean of St. Paul's officiated, and
the archbishop of Canterbury and other
Church of England dignitaries were
"Rock of Ages," sung by a great or
chestral choir, opened the memorial
services, and while the band of the
Coldstream. Guards .softly played "The
Dead March From Saul," solemn pray
ers were offered for tne repose of the
souls of the dead heroes. The dean
mentioned each of the five men by
name, beginning with Captain Scott.
By the time the first song was ended
there was not a dry eye ln the cathe
dral, and the King, unabashed, allowed
the tears to roll down his cheeks un
checked. The sobs or the relatives of
the explorers punctuated the prayers,
for the dead, and so affected was the
vast audience that nearly everyone was
'weeping audibly by the time the as
semblage was asked, ln conclusion, to
join ln singing "Jesus, Lover of My
The scene was such as haa. not been
seen In London since the great me
morial service for the victims of the Tl-
malled at the local office.
STAMP SHIPMENT IS
Washington Postoffice Will
Make Biggest Consignment
in History Tomorrow.
One hundred and seventy million
stamps, with an estimated value of more
than 13,000,000, the biggest single ship
ment ever recorded are to be sent
throughout the United States tomorrow.
The previous high, record shipment
was 100,000,000 stamps made several
It will take thirty heavy trucks to
move' tomorrow shipment, and each load
Simultaneously with the memorial -In
St. Paul's, thc pupils of every school! will be sc full one. r There were but
throughout Great Britain stood with eighteen truck loads In the previous rec-
consplracy. and charging tho latter als0j achers' TelTdTo them the stoVy of Cap- ord shipment.
A GREAT SPECIAL PURCHASE ENABLES
US TO OFFER TOMORROW
$1.50 and $2 Silk Hose
At 95c Pair
ALL WANTED COLORS AND BLACK
There are only 600 uairs. so vou had better hurrv for W
They are from one of the leadinc makers, and are the "mn of h
milI;'Vmade with double sole and high spliced heel and garter topsj
some nave tne lisle sole; colo-s are black, white, sky, pink, taa,
navy, and gray. Excellent values at $1.50 and $2j0f, bat for a
morrow's sale, your choice, 95c.
Ori sale bargain table Hcdiery Department.
The other cases dismissed were world and his heroic and pathetic death
against Edmund Rossini, William Yates. " th,c return journey
. . Whit. Inr. .1 pvirfl.
James inompson. Thomas Holllday.
Glldo Mazzarclli, Antoine Schlbllle. Sal-
vatore Torrlssi. and Raphael Magllo.
Colonel Liggett Promoted.
Col. Hunter IBgett, a. director of the
Army War College, has been named by
President Taft as a brigadier general
Colonel Liggett has been an officer f
the line for twenty-seven years. In both
volunteer and regular services.
with rioting, was among those nolle. tain Scott's dash to the bottom of the ' Thls Increase and record stamp ship
ment Is ascribed to the parcel post
and the Increased mall business, par
ticularly ln the stamp line resulting
from this new- feature of the service.
Both kinds of stamps, parcel post
and ordinary, will be included in the
shipment. Tho greatest number of
them will be of the 2-cent variety,
though more of.the higher denomina
tions are Included than ever before
because of tho parcel -post. All of
these stamps are made up in regis
tered malL They are brought from
the stamp division of the Bureau of
Engraving under heavy guard.
While the services were mine on
within St. Paul's the thousands without
the building stood patiently with un
covered heads, and when the strains of
the. sacred and solemn music drifted
out. the street ciowds Joined in expres
sions of grief.
i adu irom tne tnrong witnin ana witn-
out there went up many a silent prayer
for tho widow, far out on the Pacific,
nailing buoyantly to meet her hero
husband, perhaps not knoxvlng that his
starved body lies burled in the snows
jof ths Antarctic.
Ladles' Ma co Cotton Hose; dou
ble solo, high spliced heeL OK
35c value. Special aUC
Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose, double
sole, high spliced heel, gar- OCT
ter top. SOc value. Special.. OuC
Ladles' Silk Boot Hose: double
sole, high spliced heeL 65c 4JT,
value. Special "4tC
UlMPC' V!n. TMKK.J Ta.a ..
walte and tan. Spe- 9Ssi
cai ..... .. ....., ,.. sivv
Misses' Lisle Hose; dotrble sole.
spliced heal- 35c value. OC-
Special I 0C
"Children's Cashmere Hose, dou
ble sole., spliced heeL Special.
25c, 35c, 50c
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sogginess, grease and indigestion. The reason is
that Cottolene contains vegetable oil not animal fats
-heats to a much higher degree than butter or lard,
fries so quickly that it forms a crisp, dry crust over
the dough and prevents the absorbing of the fat
Cottolene is decidedly better than butter or lard for all
f- shortening and frying. It is healthier, it is quicker,
; it is more economical.
Cottolene costs no more than lard, you use but two
thirds of a pound of Cottolene to do the work of
a lull pound of butter or lard.
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The Abdoband supports the abdo
men in a normal position; prevents the
corset from riding up; is easy to adjust;
-andby relieving the strain on the sup
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only is the Abdoband Corset delightful
ly comfortable to wear, but it plays an
important part in molding the figure
and preserving the shape of the corset
R & G Corsets are priced from
$1.00 to $5.00
At Special Clearance
AH remaining lots of Medium and Heavy-weight Double
breasted and Norfolk Woolen Suits; sizes 6'to 17; a large va
riety of patterns; light and dark colors.
Values Up to $7.00 Sale Price, $3.98
All remaining lots of Heavy-weight Juvenile (3 to 9 years)
and Long Overcoats (14 to 17 years); fancy mixtures, solid
colors, with or without velvet collars; juveniles in the Russian
and military style.
Values Up to $4.00 Sale Price, $1.98
Boys' Light-weight Reefers; slight
ly soiled from handling- and window
display. In light and dark colors:
sizes 3 to 9. Values S3.50. &1 QQ
Sale price HOU
Boys' Raincoats: heavy weight
plaid linings: cemented searasr
sizes 6 to 16. Values ROO. n QQ
Sale price 9&UO
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Cre2att 3 tahlespooss Ccttolene. add ii cup sugar
and 3 yolks of eggs well beaten wuh 1 white.
Sdr fa 1 cupful freshly mashed potato and !4cup
milk. Sift 24 cups flour with 3 teaspoons bak
ing powder. J$ teaspoon each of salt and ground
mace. aUo a little nutmeg, and add to first mix
ture, working in flour enough to handle lightly.
Soil zhd cut oefore fryingand have CcttoUnehct
enough to brown a bxofbread lightly in half a
minute. Turn doughnuts as they come to the
top. and again when nicely browned.
Made only by
THE N. K. FADtBANK
Price Savings Now on China for the Lunch
room and Boarding-House Trade
Yuu win neeq an extra iuppiy ror inc inauguration ousiness. wny not Duy now ana save
money? 'e are aiming this sale for your benefit by closing out all the odd lots suitable to
the lunchroom and boarding-house trade, at prices that will save you at least 50 per cent,
including White and Decorated wares that are best suited to this trade.
6-inch Vegetable Dishes. ... .50c
8-inch Vegetable Dishes 60c
7-inch Meat Dishes 60c
7-inch Soup Plates 60c
Dinner Plates 60c
Lunch Plates 60c
Soup Bowls 60c
12-inch Meat Dish, each 10c
18-inch Meat Dish, each 25c
Big Bargains in White I Silver-Plated Knives,
Forks and Spoons
(On Nickel Silver).
Teaspoons, dozen 85c
Dessertspoons, dozen $1.60
Forks, dozen $1.60
Tablespoons, dozen $1.70
Knives, dozen $1.65
Dulin & Martin Co.
Pottery, Porcelain, China,
Glass, Silver, Ac.
Double Egg cups, each 5c 1 1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St.
Covered Waste Jars, with bail
handle, each, 65c, dozen, $7.50.
Pitchers and Basins, set, 65c,
dozen sets, $7.50.
aoap uisnes, aozen 7cc
Room Ice Water Pitchers,
Special low prices also on
Decorated Toiletware. Patterns
to close out at the price of our
regular White Toiletware.
Only 150 in the lot. They are made of excellent quality mes
salines, in black and colors; plain tailored and pleated flounce;
regular sizes only; lengths 38 to 42; extra good values atjgft -
former price. Very special tomorrow at y It 1 V
"Mendels" $1.50 and $1.68 QO
Flannelette Wrappers . . . 'OC
These come in gray, blue, and black and white checks; neat
tailored styles, with turn-over collars; skirts are finished with
flounce; all sizes; only 150 of these $1.50 and $1.68.wrap- fQr
pers to be sold at this price VOv
75c Extra Size Gowns, 57c
Extra Size Gowns; made of good quality cambric; high
and ve neck; neatly finished with fine tucks. Regularly fjy
75c. Special JC
59c Women's Drawers, 50c
Women's Drawers; made of fine quality nainsook and cambric;
cut full widths and circular; trimmed with lace; buttonhole pi-..
stitch and embroidery. Sizes 23 to 27. Regularly 59c. Special. UC
59c Corset Covers, 50c
Corset Covers; made of good quality nainsook; neatly trimmed
with lace, embroidery, beading, and ribbon. Sizes 36 to
42. Regularly 59c. Special
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