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THE WASHINGTON TBIES, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1913;
IN FACE OE RAIN
''General'' Jones' Suffragette
BancNReaches Hyattsville in
Time forYuncheon Today.
(Continued from First Pase.)
triumphantly into Washington tomor
row. She donned only some waterproof
skating shoes today, refusing to wear
rubbcrsas other members of the band
advised her. A few of the women, with
especially weary feet, decided to keep as
dry as possible.
May Reach Bladensburg.
The "Renei-al" ordered that the hikers
rroceed to Hyattsville today, and if!
possible to Bladensburg. a short dis
tance nearer to this city. She wanted
.tc make tomorrow's hike as short as
possible so that the pilgrims could come
into Washington with Hying colors.
Hyattsville was prepared to welcome
the pilgrim band in royal fashion, de
spite the fact that there is a sirong
anti-suffragette spirit in the little own
of. 2.509 inhabitants.
"Votes For Women." In white letters
three feet high startled the quieter In
habitants of this peaceful Maryland
communitv this morning when they
gazed forth to the hill back of the town
where is situated the 150-foot tank sup
prying the town water.
During the night, some intrepid
climber had made the perilous ascent
of the shaky ladder up to nealy the
top of the wate tank, and there in
enormous letters had inscribed "Votes
'This desecration of Hyattsville's sac
red water tank annoyed the "anti"
delegation, but pleased the suffragette
army when they learned about this
In fact, the visit of the suffragette
"hikers" may become a political issue
In the town. The anti delegation de
clared this morning?
'Hyattsville has the highest respect
for women, and will greet the hikers
. &k such, but it does not encourage their
propaganda. If the town officials
winked' at the painting of this huge
sign on thev water tank, it will become
a political Issue. They are elected to
serve all the people, and If the antis
nhd that the officials permit favoritism
to the suffrage cause, there will be a
sharp reply at the polls." ,
VThe orders for the morning called for
luncheon at Beltsvillc. six miles distant
from Laurel. Then with six miles more
in the afternoon, the army was
before tli gates of Washington, ready
to snoop down in the morning.
"Colonel" Craft declared today that
stories concerning "General" Jones' bad
humor were false. "General" Jones was
directing the maneuvers of the army at
the time, and permitted "Colonel" Craft
to speak for. her.
Fraise for Baltimore.
"Baltimore people -were delightful."
declared the, "colonel." "These stories'
shout the 'hikers' being disappointed or
peeved are untrue. The people with
whom no came In intimate contact were
.nqst gracious. The suffragettes of Bal
timore are not chicken-hearted or feeble
In their patriotism for the cause.. They
am jii!t as loyal as any suffragettes, in
the world, and the fact that they could
not all stand the rigors of walking, does
not signify that they are 'chicken-heart
eC They were "only physically weak.
Their. hearts are-strong? and their en
thusiasm In tho votes-for-women' cru
sade is Just as keen, as anybody's."
("Colonel" Craft declared further that
tliere will be no discrimination against
anyw women who wish to make the
"lasf leg'" of the journey Into Wash
ington.' "All resDcctable women are welcome
to Join .this 'hike' today and tomorrow'
said "Colonel" Craft. "We welcome all
the recruits that we can set. It Is a,
great cause and needs the support of as
many respectable women as it la pos
sible to' ret."
Tomorrow morning the "hikers" will
get the welcome of their lives. Suf
fragette headquarters is organizing a
band of enthusiastic leaders to greet
"General" Jones and her troops. Be
sides this group, there will be several
hundred Washington citizens not
aligned with the suffrage cause.
Reach Capital at n O'clock.
They will leave Hyattsville- or Bla
densburg, In time tomorrow morning to
reach Fifteenth and H streets north
east by 11 o'clock. An hour and a half
later, a great open-air meeting will be
held in front of suffragette headquar
ters in F street.
VPilot' Lemmon has arranged with
the local headquarters for all the de
tails of the hike tomorrow. Major Syl
vester, Superintendent of Police, has
granted the permit of the march Into
the cltv, and also for the open-air meet
ing". This permit was sought after the
. "general" received word of possible ar
rests for Iolatlon of traffic laws in
She didn't want to take any chances
of such a nature, so sent "Pilot" Lem
mon ahead to consult with the "Army
i of the Potomac'' here. Major Sylvester
v cUlcJUy allayed the fears of the pll
.' grims bv granting them the use of the
streets and promising immunltv from
, cixsst, so long as there was no disorder
v of violent nature.
"General" Jones and "Colonrl" Craft
both declared today that there would
nothing of that nature. They will be
gentlewomen, and Washlngtonlans will
receive them with respect, thev assert
ed. Alfred Henry Lewis
Now Inquiry Witness
ALBAXY. X. T.. Feb. 27. All sorts
of, rumors today followed the return of
the guternor's investigating committee
from its unsuccessful attempt to ques
tion Harry K. Thaw about bribery' and
other matters at Matteawan.
The committee announced that it
would tomorrow hear Alfred Henry
Itowis. Hoffman, the Thaw agent, who,
it is altered, naid over the $25,000 fe
to Lawyer AnhuU had not been found
by the committee's process bervers up
to noon. As Chairnan Carlisle put it:
"Things are up In the air."
Grand marshal and four aides.
The Stars and Stripes, and the offi
cial colors of the suffragettes.
"Our National Honor and our Na
tional Hope that women as well as men
may become truly patriotic American
Herald, mounted and carrying out
rage banner of yellow and purple, rep
resenting "the nobility of "the cause"
and the dawn of hope for its fulfill
ment" Ten ushers In light blue an,i gold
and carrying vellow and blue pennants.
Officers of the National American
Woman Suffrage Assoclation.
Fortv ushers In ll?ht blue ami gold,
and with yellow and blue pennants.
Mounted Brigade, Washington Divis
ion, In golden tan capos. ,
Large banner. "Women of the World
Banner, "Countries where women
have fuil suffrage."
Norwav contingent rollowcd by float.
Finland contingent followed by float.
New Zealand contingent followed by
Australian contingent followed ty
Banner "Countries where women
have partial suffrage."
Swedish contingent Leader with na
tional flag of Sweden and followed bv
ten girls dressed In Sweden's national
Danish contingent Leader with na
tional flag of Denmark and followed by
ten girls In Danish colors.
Iceland's contingent Leader with na
tional flag and followed by ten girls
In Iceland's colors.
Great Britain's contingent Leader
with national flag, three girls dressed to
represent Wales, five girls for Scotland,
seven girls for Canada, five girls for
Ireland, and three girls for India.
Austro-Hungary contingent Leader
with national flag and followed by Bo
hemians from Baltimore, three Bos
nians, three Tyroleans.
Belgian contingent Leader with na
tional flag and followed by ten girls in
costume of Flanders.
Banner "Countries where women are
working for suffrage."
Herald Mounted and with trumpet.
Yellow and purple banner.
Banner float Amendment to United
Gtn. Rosalie Jones and her Ambas
sadors of Justice.
Mounted brigade Baltimore division.
in purple capes.
t.Mrtln- hnnner. "The seventy-flve-
years' struggle for freedom." "Justice
Floatr-"Suffrage as it was In ISM.
Pioneers liv- light purple. 'Scomers In
Float "Suffrage as it was in 1S70."
Pioneer and eight allies in light purple.
Float "Suffrage as It was In 1$90."
Pioneer and eight allies In light purple.
Float "Suffrage as it is today." Large
float, pioneer and thirty followers In
Friends equal rights.
Herald Mounted and with trumpet.
Yellow and purple banner.
Mounted brigade Virginia division, in
Leading banner "Man and woman
make the State." "Man along rules
the State." i
Float "In the field." Men and women
In brown and followed by contingent of
farmers in brown.
Flpat "The Home makers." Man.
woman, and boy In gray and followed
by home maker in gray. Banner, "We
prepare our children for the State. Let
us help to prepare the State for our
children." "Women have free fathers,
let men have free mothers."
Float "In Patriotic Service." Sol
dier in blue and nurse in blue-gray.
Contingent of nurses In blue-gray.
Float "In Education." Man and
woman in college caps and gowns. Con
tingent of college women in cap and
Float "In the Practice of Law." Man
and woman In lawyer's cap and gown;
Contingent of women lawyers.
Float "In the Practice of Medicine."
Man and woman in doctor's cap and
Contingent of woman doctors.
Float "In Labor." Man In working
man's costume, and woman in dress of
working girl. Banner "The Toll of
women helps to make the nation r'ch.
Contingent of wage earners In blue.
Huge float telling "The btory of
Float Sweat Shop Float. Man. wom
an and five children. Banner " Om
an's Place Is the Heme. The hweat
Shop is the Home of Thousands o
Contingent of wage earners.
Float "Government." Man bearing
"State" on his shoulders. Woman witn
hands bound. Banner "Man Jset-ds Her
Help, Hut She Cannot Give It.
Groups arranged actording to occupa
tions. , . ,
Marchers; each group preceded by a
Social workeis in dark blue.
Teachers, In lighter blue.
Business women. In still lighter blue.
Women In Government strvice. ,
Librarians, in very light blue.
Writers, in white and purple.
Artists, in pale rose.
Actresses In deeper lose.
Musicians. In very dtep ot.e tint.
L'nltormed sections, marchers repre
senting professions and occupations.
Women In Agriculture.
Women in Government service.
First Division of States Banner, "The
Equal Suffrage States."
A New Crtmttoa
with a specially
late, not quite as
sweet as usual.
are 80c a pound,
packed in handsome
More and more
people are eating
2 Washington Stores
Cor. 12th and F Street?.
Cor. loth and G Streets.
Sales Agents Everywhere.
Business hours until further notice. 8:30 a. m. until 6 p. m.
Rush Orders for
Dulin 6 Martin Co.
HATRI rAK ANA
ir- -: -ii roiyiff w ' w ""ill
Manner. "National Men's League for
State tar. Banner. "No country can
rxist half slave and half free."Abraham
Women on car represent States hav
ing suffrage. Marchers around float
it-present States not having suffrage.
ICach marcher will bear some law- un
just to women.
Women on car are in light green, those
walking in dark green.
Second division, delegation from States
working for equal suffrage. '
Banner. "States Working for Equal
Suffrage." Alabama. Arkansas. Con
necticut, Delaware, District of Colum
bia, Florida. Georgia, Illinois. Indiana,
Iowa. Kent'ickj. Louisiana. Maine.
Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan.
Minnesota, Mississippi. Float. Missouri,
float Montana, float, Nebraska, Ne
vada, New Hampshire. New Jersey,
New Mexico, New York. North Caro
lina, North Dakota. Ohio. Oklahoma,
Pennsylvania. Rhode Island, South
Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee,
Texas, Vermont, Virginia, West Vir
ginia and Wisconsin,
The pioneers of woman suffrage In au
tomobiles and carriages."
J . R. Wood, of Pennsylvania
Road, Quits As Passenger
J. R. Wood, long passenger traffic
manager for the Pennsylvania railroad,
retired today from service in accord
ance with the pension tules of the
Wood was seventy years old February
9. He was appointed general passenger
agent of the railroad in 1SS1. and was
made general passenger manager in
1?03. He had thus been with the com
pany nearly twenty-two years.
He wasjborn In Auburn, N. X, and
commenced .his railroad career in 1S63
as secretary to the superintend nt of
the Burlington and Missouri Railroad,
at Creston. Iowa. He then was ad
vanced to be trainmaster, and In 1S71.
was appointed general Western passen
ger agent with offices in Chicago.
He became general ticket agent of
this road vin Nebraska and subsequently
Western land and passenger agent.
After service with the Michigan Cen
tral and Chicago. West-Michigan and
Chicago. Burlington and Qulncy rail
roads, he went to the Pennsylvania.
Shift Is Ordered
In Army Commands
Brig. Gen. Edgar Z. Steezer today was
directed by President Taft to-report In
person to a retiring board at San An
tonio, Tex., of which Brig. Gen. T. H.
Bliss Is president.
Brig. Gen. Clarence R. Edwards has
been assigned to temporary command of
the Sixth brigade, which has been or
dered to concentrate at Galveston.
Will Urge Passage
Of An Inheritance Law
.A resolution advocating the enact
ment of a law providing a collateral
Inheritance tax for the District almflar
to" the laws -now In force in Maryland
and other States, will be presented to
the Federation of Citizens' Associations
at the meeting of the federation In
the Chamber of Commerce Saturday
The resolution originated in the Cen
tral Citizens' Association, and received
the cordial Indorsement of that body.
It Is pointed out that such a law Is a
means of raising large revenue for the
States where it Is now In operation.
The committee which were Instructed
at the last meeting of the association
to urge Congress to increase the ap
propriations for streets and highways,
especially in suburban sections, and to
Increase the appropriations for the po
lice department, are expected to bring
in reports Saturday night.
Fraternity Victorious ;
' In Solving Mystery
The Chi Upsilon Fraternity, a youni
men's organization of the Sixth Pres
byterian Church, has been declared tht
winner of the VS prize of the Second
district In connection with the faraoui
Jennie- Brlce puzzle casee. The contest
stimulated activity Jn the organisation.
It is declared, and members are delight
ed with their success. A mock trlsl con-,
ducted at the church recently has at
traded a good deal of attention.
Awy tackle 1841. OMaaMtfiten.
bar those thy? SMI sjm. fer
Atk Yew Dexter. &&&
i . . . i i i 'i i t KTrTfig P1 - - -KlMf.'s PALACE . KIKG PALACE " 'I '
Building up tho System
tkst has niff ered from
the attacks of
it a slo w and precarious work.
It requires somcthisz more
than merely fresh air and
The success attained abroad
in treating diseases of the
respiratory orsans places
blrolia in tl:o foremost ranks
of remedial measures la toe
It you oryonrs ore oQlcted
do set tail to enlist tho aid of
KTrltt Itr tttiUt and imltrwuiitu
321 Wat lcMWt Kv Twic Qtr
Recommended and distributed
vj James O'Ponnrll and all
for Hotels, Boarding Houses, Cafes
TflTT E ARE amply prepared to furnish at short notice the g
Vv era supplv of CHINA, GLASS, SILVERWARE, and H
KITCHEN UTENSILS needed for the Inauguration.
This store has been the recognized headquarters for these goods
.for nu-ny years and its dependable stock satisfactorily meets h
the requirements of this trade. H
A price list of China, Glass, and Silverware will be fur- 8
ished on application, or a salesman will call if requested. H
Our Silver-plated Ware is sold wjth the accurate informa- ft
tion as to the amount of silver used and the quality of the metal
upon which it is plated. j
Dulin & Martin Co. I
China, Glass, Silver, Pottery, Porcelain, Etc.
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St 1
IJflllOl ll Ml
dyiMMygr" v. ut w g
Not a Dozen HaU or a Hundred, but ThouMack of Beautiful New Model
Comprise Our Opening Exhibition.
The newest designs from the French metropolis Paris are shown side by side with
clever modifications by America's most talented artists.
- In this announcement we direct special attention to these few interest compelling values:
TU J UAtA Tbt Are ExtraKiwrj Vakes
I rimmed fiats $6.5o,$io.oo $15.00
Are SKciaftr Piked ftr the Omhu at
$495, $7.95 and $9.95
They're designed of the finest straw braids and effectively- trimmed
with the new Ostrich and various other Feather Fancies, Beautiful Flowers,
Crepe Meteor. Crepe Francalse, Ribbons. ,,3tc. Small and medium effects
with high and back trimming seem to predominate the display. Colors in
clude nell-rose, brass, burnt, brown, new, navy and king s blue, mahogany
and black. ' '
ffll AM iflrvLakkSm yLw I'll
$2.00 Milan Hats,
Twenty-five dozen Extra Fine
Milan Hats for misses and
children: silk and ribbon trim
med: all colors and sixes. An
ceptional offer one that will
surprise you the Instant you
see style and quality of materials.
Newest and prettiest designs
In semi-trimmed. Ready-to-wear
Hats, of .finn hemp braid
.artistically trimmed with taf
feta, velvet, etc.: all colors.
More then a dozen styles to
$2.50 Heap Hats,
Beautiful and becoming new H'
spring models or real Remp
braid (not an imitation). All
the new- shapes In large, me
dium, and small effects for
women and misses. Black and
all the new colors.
Extra quality chip crown
and fine -silk velvet brims.
These pretty hats suitable for
present wear they're modlsn
spring styles. In black and all
the latest colors.
No Phone or Mail Orders Accepted
Fast black, fine quality
Hose for women. full
Ehaped all sizes. Regular
1214c value, special a 7
., . .. I .. fcy
made of line wavy, human
hair. II Inches Ions?, all
shades. Regular rJQn
J2.00 value. Special '
made of plain tan llncne
and fancy tlgured lawns in
various colors. Regular
Jl.no value. Spc- CQ
made of finest quality
n a 1 n s o ok. handsomely
trimmed with laces and
embroideries. R c g u lar
3c values. Spe- OCp
odd sizes of the Famous
American Lady brand,
straight seams, six hose
J2.00 value. Spe- QQp
I-eathcr Hand Bags, de
blgned In the latefct styles,
metal frames, all sizes,
black only. Regular
11.00 alue. Spe - Cjlp
made of white and fancy
fctr!u'd madras, plain or
tucked styles. Regular
$.ro value. Spe- CQn
extra kIzp camlrlt- drawers
for women, trimmed with
fine rmbroidcrlus. Regu
lar t9c values. OQn
Demi flouncing and cor
set cover embroidery
tlouncings. 27 In. wide cor
set cover cinli,, with bcad-
Imr ton. S.c value.
Special, a ard
matched sets of French
and German val. laces
Regular 8c, 10c. and 12VJC
values. Special, a AJhp
women's medium weight
vests and pants, form fit
ting, all sizes. Regular
50c values. Special, QQp
a garment OuK
Silk Boot, also tine lisle In
black, white and tan. Reg
ular 35c and 39c IQa
values. Special a pr AJC
men's fancy striped Hale
suspenders with leather
ends, ali colors. Regular
23c value. Special IQ.
a pair X,
. Kid Gloves
for women, nearly every
size in black and white,
extraordinary J1.00 value.
boys' ribbed, Jlcece lined
shirts and drawers. These
are extra good 23c values.
Special, a gar- "
fine lisle half hose, blue,
green, tan. gray, etc. Reg
ular 50u values. Special.
3 pairs for 60c or "I Hg,
a pair XIC
Men's silk knitted ties, all
colors, striped and novelty
patterns. Regular "fOp
5ic values. Special itC
for bows, lVi incites wide
satin back. In black and all
the new colors. Regular
3Dc value. Special a OXr
JUST AN EVEN
t Extraordinary Value .
- -at $3.00 EaclT
Special for the Opening
Charming new designs of
messaline silk, in black,
white, and all colors, also Jap
silks in neat striped effects.
Prettiest "high or low neck
styles. Open front or back.
A Most Complete Line of New
$2.98 $10.98 j
Charming few Spring SAsfof Women
, We have been exceptionally fortunate in securing 250 suits at such a modest
figure that we are enabled to offer:
Suits Made to Sell
Regularly at from
$18 to $20 for . .
Every new style, including the new cutaway effects. Some
olain others beautifully embellished with fancy braids, buttons,
satins, etc.; the materials are the ever popular men's wear serge,
' whipcords, and fancy novelty effects. Colors are black, navy,
and the new shades of blue, tan, brown, gray, etc. Coats full
j lined with black and high-colored peau de cygn'e. Skirts with
l side pleat.
Suits That Would Be
Lowly Priced at From
$25 to $30 Are . . .
The smartest, snappiest styles to be seen this season com
prise this lot of garments. Every one the product of a master
designer. Plain effects and elaborately trimmed effects. They're
made of serge, whipcord, etc., in black, navy, midnight, and new
blue. The skirts have a neat side pleat. Coats full" lined with
Skinner's guaranteed satin or peau de cygne in black or high
With Inauguration "Just Around the Corner' It Behooves
You to Supply Your Household Needs NOW !
75c Blankets, Special 35c.
Heavy cotton In gray only, striped borders; full 1M size
tomorrow only, 35c a pair.
$1.25 Blankets, Special 89c.
Heavy, fluffy fleece. In sray and white, striped borders,
full 11-4 sire tomorrow only 89c a pair.
$1.00 Seamless Sheets, 69c
Famous "Sew York Mills" brand, full 81x90 Inches In
Bize, hand torn and Ironed, tomorrow only. 69c each.
65c Bleached Sheets, 35c.
These are elapsed as run o' the mill seconds, but will be
found with excellent wearing qualities; size 72x90; tomorrow
only, 35c each.
$1.00 Crochet Bedspreads, 69c
Pearl hemmed, beautiful raised, scroll and floral patterns,
full 11-4 sizo tomorrow only 69c each.
$1.00 Bed Comforts. Special 59c
Filled with cotton and covered with light and dark sllko
llne: extra large size. Tomorrow only, 59c each. -
15c Pillow Cases, Special 10c
Well made of extra quality muslin, full bleached size.
45x36 inches; extra 15c value, tomorrow only 10c each.
60c Feather Pillows, 34c
Covered with extra good striped ticking, filled with thor
oughly cured hygienic feathers, tomorrow only 34e each.
12 l-2c and 15c Muslin, Special 7 3-4c.
"Lonsdale" cotton, noted for Its excellent wearing quali
ties, full 36 inches wide, tomorrow only 7?c a yard.
25c Table Oilcloth, Special 9 3-4c
This Is slightly Imperfect 'but is the famous Sanltas brand,
full 5-4 width, tomorrow only 9?ic a yard.
FAMOUS FOR LOW PRICES SINCE '59
810-16 SEVENTH STREET
$3 Taffeta and Messa-Jf JA
line Silk Petticoats, Special, VJtD
Cut In the prevailing fashion, with deep a-
cordlon-pleated ruffle (also dust ruffle); WeU
made and finished. In black "and every wanted
shade. This is a most exceptional petticoat bar
gainone that should appeal to every woman
withla reach of this store.
HU JlMlttD5 Attn; fJUJUlNUI
J I V don't you hear Evangelist
w n 1 G. B. RAYMOND,
of New York.
"The Oath-Bound Covenant"
. SUNDAY, 3 P. M.
WASHINGTON TEMPLE CONGREGATION
NEW MASONIC TEMPLE,
NEW YORK AVE. 13th STREET
A Cordial Imitation to nil. o C!lrtloii.
Hb v. 0" rSfctsiflslBiL
MOVING. PACKING. STORAGE 1
Let Us Pack
Your furniture, china. Lrlc-a-trac. Ac. for
chlpmcnt lo other cities. We employ exprt
STOKAGE, MOVING. SHIPPING.
Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co.,
020-922 E St. N. W.
MOVING. PACKING, STORAGE
GET OUR ESTIMATES on absolutely nre
nroor itoraer. mux Inc. packing. UNITED
STATES STORAGE CO.
Phone SI. K3.
S- 10th it. X. W.
PADDED VANS ffiUft-,.
Get our estimate. Packing anil blilpplnc; a
Itrf II it. Phone WIU. 1
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Phone Main 1S15-1JU.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER & STORAGE CO
WS N. Y. Ae. N. W.
Packlos and Shlpplna. Storaae, 13 van load.
WE DO PACKINO HouhU oad tat
hlpment: ataraxa In prl ViVPS&mbtji
tna bauimc to our atoraca. UTTLETU.IJ
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It Pays to INSIST.
Mil 1 FR'Q O" n&vint; .MIIXER'S 'Self-
ir, . 'ln Buckwhe.t-p.xi la
Sdf-RUSIlC bo,h atlfactlon and econ.
vh nwt omy UILLER'S packasn
HHrkwkr'sl contain MORE buckwheat
UBiawucA than other brand.
tiTAt your grocer's. No conaumrrs supplied.
B. tf.EARNSHAW;& BK0
Wholesaler", 11th and M St. S. K.
Day and Nlcht Graded and lllsh
School Coursea. Children and Adults.
Also Ptlvate Coaching. Catalogue.
FRANCIS MANN HALL, A. M., Principal
Tei. si. an. S3 E ST. X. w.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
will do w-ell to coniult dally th nurair
aus and unusual bartralns ottered la The
Titnea "For Sale Miscellaneous" Col
;t3 Eleventh St. X.
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