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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; FRIDAY,1 FEBRUARY 28,' 1913. "
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WILSON IS ELD
BY BREAK IN
from Castro's own announcement, was
obtainable In Washington, but the fact
that Minister Beaupre gave It official
cognizance Is takeh as sufficient
grounds for the acceptance of the In
HUB FURNITURE CO.
18 BEATLY IS
JAILED FOR SPEECH
Socialist Is Dragged From Ros
trum By Police for Attempt
to Address Workingmen.
The report that Castro Is coming to
Washington raises the question of
whether he will not be detained when
he enters Florida. He could be held
there and required to again obtain his
freedom under a writ of habeas corpus.
Until 6 P. M.
Transfer Means Erection of
Building on Property on
Rhode Island Avenue.
Trackwalker Finds Track Torn
Up Just Ahead of Train
Bearing Next Chief.
Exiled Venezuelan Declares His
Intention of Seeing Fete,
BETTER THAN MEDICINE
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Breathe HYOMEI'S Tonic Healing and
be Cured of Catarrh.
Alr-i -action Involving two large busi
ness jinpertles and a large lot on Rhode
gland -cvenue, which probably means
thi i tlon of a large apartment house
t,r otf i building on the Rhode Island
arenue lot, was effected when the Co-
Hotel, or "Goldenstroths," at
-nsylvanla avenue, the business
licase i 933 Q street northwest, and the
tot at ihe northwest corner of Xlnth
jjxeet -'id Rhode Island avenue north
?t, anged hands.
The dnnsylvanla avenue property Is
v&jutxi -it about $90,000, the O street
property at about $80,000, and the Rhode
Julami avenue property at about 140,000,
-although, because of the complications
in the transaction, no actual purchase
.prica cold be arrived at.
The arst step In the deal was the
purewss by James J. Lampion, acting
ior he i-elrs of the Cugle estate, of the
PfXr'anla avenue property and also
of pr R,artment house on R street, be
twiT Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets,
Ihit, V Jig one of a row of apartments
cref . br Harry Wardman In that
Tvc rert step in the transaction was
fff " 1 wtien Henry H. Hazen, repre
ftet bv "Weaver Bros., sold the bulld
iag at SJ3 street to George I. D. A.
an J JiCis F. G. de Geofrey, taking as
part payment the property at Ninth
and Tihode Island avenue.
Huren then deeded the lot at Ninth
Afifi 3hQde Island avenue to James J.
Xamttcn free of incumbent and secured
ttu I'enrsylvanla avenue property sub
ject to S- deed or trust of J52.500.
It ia sir derstood the property at Ninth
E.n4 Ii de Island avenue is to be re
WriJ jut-I that a new building, the
hsrtetcr of which Is not yet deter
THlncS. will probably be erected.
Girls Abandon Strike
And Go Back to Shops
ItOCKESTER. N. Y.. Feb. 28. The
cSester clothing factories, where a
xtiike lag been in progress since early
In January, reopened for business today.
According to J. A. Flett, organizer for
the American Federation of Labor, not
more than 200 persons returned to work.
Incit of them girls and cutters.
PHILADELPHIA. Pa., Feb. 28. President-elect
Wilson missed what might
have been a serious train -wreck by
five minutes this morning when a brok
en rail was discovered Just ahead of
the Pennsylvania train on which he
was traveling from Princeton to Phila
delphia, to -visit his dentist for the last
time before inauguration.
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son's broke a rail in front of the sta
tion at Tacony, Pa., a few miles above
Philadelphia. It passed over safely,
having split out a piece of rail ten
inches long where two rails were join
ed. The broken end of one rail was
held in place by the connecting plates.
Five minutes before the arrival cf
Wilson's train, which was not scheduled
to stop, a track walker found the break.
Wilson's train was flagged and held up
fortv minutes, finally being transferred
to the freight track on the Inside and
brought to Philadelphia.
Governor Wilson rushed from the
train at West Philadelphia and took a
taxi to reach his dentist, being ten min
ute late for his engagement.
Workman Hurt When -
Scaffold Rope Is Cut
Centrol Office PelccllvfSv E an aM
'tv. ova invMtfnTinf? n, cliafTA tiia.t
an accident In which Harry -U ileCor-
mlck. of 60S Tennessee avejiue lonn-
-a... ..4 ..Uniit- tlia H?fiV.
cast, was Daaiy inn uUv - ----. i
was caused by a rope bing deliberately
cut, allowing tre scaffold on m A.
Cormlck was -parking, to fall-
Delaware avenuo and D atreet so tn-j
-west. MCfJonrx xru bwuu , -
suffering from njurie to his spin1.
Police HeadqiTtars today o. d WU at
dent and ascetta red that the rep lJ
DiiIt Oar "BHOMO OCniNT"
That li LAXAIZVE JiRQi'O QOlKtKV JUx
f- the signature or B. V. r.povi; irB .
Cold In One Day. Curei Grip la 'to daj, 25o.
PATERSON. X. J., Feb. a. When
Wilson KHIenbeck. of Orange, the So
cialist candidate for governor of New
Jersey at the last election, attempted
to address the striking weavers and
dyers In their headquarters in Turn
Hall yesterday, "he was taken from
the platform and arrested by Chief of
Police Bimson and his men.
The arrest was in line with the anti-
free speech order of the chief, which
he claims has the backing of Mayor
SIcBrlde, that out-of-town labor leaders
will not be allowed to address the
strikers anywhere within the corporate
limits of the city.
A crowd of 2,000 strikers followed the
officers and their prisoner to the station
house. Jeering and hooting the police.
They were dispersed without serious
The action of the police has aroused
bitter feeling, and It Is feared there will
be serious trouble lf-the present atti
tude of the authorities is maintained.
T-he committee in charge of the strike
announced that it will apply to the
court for an Injunction restraining the
Tllce, tiad If this Is not granted they
v.ill oPriI to tlovernor Wilson.
t h.' t ot PolKe Bimson this afternoon
wi'-'iU.ew Jl leaves of absence from
t e jollc end announced that all not
"H prt-ol tvUI hereafter be held In the
israttoi louse ready for strike duty.
CIprlano Castro, exiled president of
Venezuela, butt of the Immigration
Ian 8 of the United States, convicted of
crime in his own country and reviled
by the Taft Administration. Is coming
to Washington to attend the Inaugura
tion on the Invitation of Go. Woodrow
This information was given out b
the State Department today on the
strength of a telegram from Arthur SI.
Beaupre, American minister at Havana,
in which It is stated that Castro an
nounces he has been Invited by the
President-elect to attend the Inauguration.
Castro will leave Havana Saturday.
according to the same information, and
will return to Havana within a very
few days, remaining in Washington
only during the inauguration.
Secretary of Commerce and Labor
rsagel. whoso eorts and decision bar
red Castro from the United States,
exhibited surprise when shown the In
formation. "I am not remotely interested in
this." said Secretary Nagel. "I am not
Interested in Castro; I am Interested In
the rule of law."
Sir. Nagel had Just come from tho
Cabinet room in the executive offices.
The Information that Castro had an
nounced his trip to this country and
the Invitation of President-elect Wilson
was subsequently conveyed to Presi
dent Taft. He made no comment.
No confirmation of the report, aside
Nature has a remedy for catarrh, a
treatment that is far better than dos
Itk the stomach with medicine.
It is the healing oils and balsams
of HYOMEI which medicates the air
you breathe, reaching the most re
mote air cells In the nose, throat and
lungs, killing all catarrhal germr, and
restoring health to the mucous mem
In using HYOSIEI you are treating
your catarrhal troubles with thi only
natural remedy, for it gives a cura
tive air bath to the air passages that
has as powerful healing and antisep
tic effect as that found in the moun
tains where the pine forests give off
thtlr fragrant and healing balsams.
Breathe the Invigorating and heal
ing HYOMEI, and see how quickly
you will set relief from your catarrh
al troubles. "
HYOMEI has benefited so many suf
ferers of the worst cases of catarrh,
with offensive breath, raising of mu
cus, frequent sneezing, droppings in
the throat, and spasmodic coughing
that It Is sold under an absolute guar
antee to refund the money If it does
not do all that Is claimed for it. If
the treatment does not help you. there
will not be a penny's expense, while
if It cures the cost Is nominal. A
complete HYOMEI Outfit sells for
only $1.00. Extra bottles of liquid if
later needed 50 cents.
O'Donnell's drug store and-druggists
CAPITAL f . 1,000,000:1
UAKMUD SURPLUS . . . Si ,000,000
We Will Pay YOU
For the Privilege
of caring f ofyour money -t
and place at your disposal
every facility ofour modern
We conduct a general banking busi
ness under direct supervision of U. S.
Treasury, inviting accounts, both large
on deposits subject to check.
'Other Services We Perform
WRITE WILLS and act as Executor, Trustee or adminis-
trator under same.
ACT AS GUARDIAN, Trustee, Receiver, Assignee, Fiscal
MANAGE PROPERTY for customers, giving prompt and
careful attention to every detail.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES lor valuable papers,
jewels, etc., rented $3 per year upward.
Travelers Checks and Letters of Credit
issued available everywhere.
- ' - OFFICERS:
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John 'Joy EdSOn, President
v ElliS Spear, Vice President.
'John B. Lamer,
Vice President and Gen. Counsel.
Andrew Parker, vice President
A. S. Worlhington, "(Advisory
J. J. Darlington, J counsel.
Harry G. Meem, Treasurer.
Boyd Taylor, Assistant Treasurer
Real Estate Officer.
The assortment is as complete and comprehensive as you would
find in most stores at the beginning of the season in fact, the
greater amount is only just in from the Kuppenheimer factory and
the values are greater than in any season in our history. Included
are black and blue serge suits.
Long and short length models, combining comfort with cold-defying service
Values Up to $30.00
Every Garment Sold Here Carries the
Same Liberal Service Guarantee That You
Would Hate Received at Its Full Price.
Charles B. Bailey,
'William E. Barker.
John R. Carmody,
John H. Clapp.
Augustus Crane, jr.
Joseph J. Darlington.
John Joy Edson.
A, F. Fox.
John A. Hamilton.
John A. Johnston,
George A. Kins.
Martin A. Knapp,
John B. Larner,
"William A. Mearns.
H. D. Mlrlck.
Theodore W. Xoyes,
Eamuel ti. Phillips,
Joseph I. Saks,
N. li. Shea.
Louis P. Shoemaker.
Thomas W. Smith.
B. H. Warner.
Harvey W. Wiley.
A. S. Worthlnston.
Loan and Trust Co.,
Cor. 9th and F Sts. N.W
HUNDREDS ARE COMING!
UUV don't you hear Evangelist
YV T 1 G B RAYMOND,
f New York.
"The Oath-Boond Covenant"
SUNDAY, 3 P. M.
WASHINGTON TEMPLE CONGREGATION
NEW MASONIC TEMPLE.
NEW YORK AVE. 4k 13th STREET
A Cordial Invltatioa to all. .No Collection.
You earn by the week,
pay us by the week
Clearance Sale of
Lndlen'. Mm', Iloyn'
nnrt Cblltlrrn' Clothing:
nnd KurnlNhlncx. nutl
Kntlrr tuck lielnir xni--rlflcrd
In onlcr i nuke
room for nprlnx kuoiIm.
900 9th St. N. W.
Open Until 0 I. M.
II it ' I as
MOVING. PACKING, STORAGE
Your household goods let us rurnlh an es-
vans and reliable movers. PacUnc. Shloolne
Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co.
l'honc Stain 6000. S20-SC2 E at. n.w.
PADDED VANS ?,n1 cV,e"il Men
Makes MolnR Kaiy.
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Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
43 Eleventh St. N. E. Ph. Line. i;
K DO I'AClvING Household sonils for
shipment. storaKc In private nparttnents.
Frr hauling to our storase LITTIJEKIULD.
AI.VOltD . I'Oj, SOT 14th. N V.
PADDED vans. U K ld-:S-h. wajon. tl 11.
Phone Main 1815-19IS.
COLUMBIA Tn.VNSt"ER & STOHAGB CO.
80i :'. V. Ave. N. W.
Paeklni nnd Shlpplnc storase. S3 van load
LET Ol K ESTIMATES on absolutely flr-
iiroor storoce. movlnr. narklnc UNITED
STATES STORAGE CO . tlS-20 10th U N W.
Phone M. 123. 1-
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v your ambition to have a comfortablejandttractive home. You
can buy all the Furniture you need here, at genuine money-saving
prices, and SETTLE THE BILL A LITTLE AT A TIME.
PCI HrY "" A
Hand - polished
Oak Dresser, like
cut, panel end; large
French plate mirror;
style wood pulls.
PolWied 'Oji k
French plate mirrer;
and new-style wood
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Iron Bed, Woven Wire
Spring and Soft
Sensational Sacrifice Sale of Slightly Damaged
Davenports at Less Than Cost
Five 924 Boston Leather DaTen- Q OCT
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One 942 Imperial Leather DaTen- JJ0fi CCA
This $12.50 Boston Leather Oak Frame Couch
Full length oak frame couch, up
holstered in genuine. Boston leather
sanitary spring construction.
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