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CAPTURE IE CITY
Suffragette Jrampers Arouse
New Interest in Parade Set
for Next Monday.
(Continued from First Page.)
officers to president-elect "Wilson tvlH
be presented by "General" Jones. But
officers of the National Association will
This -will add dignity to the affair. It
Tras declared today, and while there
is no intention of detracting from the
glory of the "little army" which
brought the letter, presentation will be
more impressl-e. officials of the asso
ciation say, is the affair Is carried out
directly under the auspices of the as
Members of the Congressional com
mittee, headed by Miss Paul, will ac
company the "pilgrims" and the Na
'tlonal officers, but will take no part la
Heralds Deny Intent '
To Slight "Gen." Jonjs
k By Cool Reception
Mnt Margaret Hopkins "Worrell and
to. Lucy M. O'Neill, heralds in yes
terday's greeting to the "hikers' army,"
declared today that they did not inten
tionally slight "General" Jones. They
assert that they smiled at the "general'
and waved a greeting to her, after
which, they were ordered Immediately
to eo to the head of the procession.
""We had no feeling- against the
general, and we would have greeted
her further except that .we were or
dered to the front and did not feel that
we should disobey or Interrupt the
parade," asserted the women today.
They arrived early, as they iKd not
take the same road that th? other
members of the local commit re had
I ono we tt.
"All 'the Way Hikers"
Will Lead Division
In Suffragettes Parade
The "all-the-way-through" hikers of
Gen. Rosalie Jones army will have the
places of honor in the suffrage pageant
jne -nneen-minute nikers get a
place to the rear. The pilgrims, who
walked att the weary way- from New
Tork to this -city, insisted today that
they lead In single file. "So "General'
Jones will be at the head. Then her
fourteen valiant soldiers will follow in
single file, after which will come the
"fifteen minute" hikers and. war cor--respondents.
The war correspondents and hikers
will be guests of "General" Jones at
tea in the "Willard at 3 o'clock this af
ternoon, " after which they plan to go
to the ' White House to pay their re
spects to President Taft..
."Antis" Give Reasons
For Their Opposition
To Woman's Suffrage
Emphasizing the greater value of wo
, man's activity In what was termed
"her natural vocation," speakers repre
senting the National Association op
posed to Woman Suffrage at the Be
lasco Theater yesterday pleaded for
more sanity in the present suffrage
movement and pointed out the dangers
of women giving too much attention
toTaffalrs apart from those of woman's
Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge, president of
the .National Association; Mrs. John
Martin, of New Tork; Miss Lucy Price,
of Cleveland, and Miss Minnie Bronson.
general secretary of the National As
sociation, were the speakers. The thea
ter -was packed with women, a large
delegation of whom in the balcony were
suffragists, and frequently Interrupted
the speakers with crys of "votes for
Deny Uplift Argument
The speakers confined themselves
principally to refuting the claims that
woman's advent into the political arena
armed with the ballot would procure the
uplift of the working woman and eradi
cate evils of the bodies, politic and
social, or to pointing out the evils which
barve . acompanied woman's entry into
the business world.
Mrs. Martin Eald women were too
docile, and Incidentally scored men for
bringing about a condition where women
were being forced out of their natural
"Customarily through the ages." Mrs.
Martin said, "man has specialized on
the getting of a living woman has spec
ialized on the rearing of children, but
in time by the extension of machinery
and the discovery of large natural re
sources, man hag come to overempha
size the importance of his part in the
division of labor. He -has forced wo
man to leave her natural vocation to
come and help in his pursuit."
"They have follewd where man beck
oned Ihem, where they are of neces
sity at a disadvantage, have accepted
economic bondage, calling it freedom
and are signifying their willingness
furthermore, to sell their birthright for
a mess of politics."
High Cost To Nation.
The speaker declared that women in
Industry produce a. considerable part of
the national Income but. In a lessening
birthrate, in a lower national vitality,
and ln a deteriorating - tm.v hr
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Notice to the marshals and Aides
Woman's Suffrage Pageant!
Report at 11 o'clock Sunday morn
ing at the Peace Monument for
MBS. RICHARD C. BURLESON,
IQUDR FIGHT AGAIN
PROMISED IN HOUSE
gressive in name only. She referred to
Mrs. Pankhurst as a "half-Insane" woman.
Five Hundred Dollars
To Defray Expenses
Contributions aggregating $500 have
been received from special contribu
tions to the cause of woman suffrage
here to be devoted to expenses of the
pageant. These contributions are here
with presented as furnished by Ellen
Spencer Mussey, chainpan of the fin
ance committee, as follows: Alice T.
brandies, - J30; Elsa Coumbe, $5; Mary
Xk Adam, $3; Woman's Clinic Socity, $6;
Susan M. Stenger, J5; Fred L. FoUs, $10;
Pennsylvania Guild for Suffrage, $25;
Miss I H. Coburn, $5; Mrs. L. M.
Foulko, $10; Columbia Theater meeting;
$21; Medical Women's Club, $5; Kqual
Suffrage Club, Lynchburg, Va., $6; Seat
tle Suffrage Club, $5; Mrs. Gilbert
Grosvenor. $5: Emily Atkinson, $10;
Alice P. Hadley, of Swarthmore, $27;
Theodore W. Noyes, $15; Dr. Ida Hel
berger, $5; Dr. Harriet N. Jones, $5;
Elizabeth Towers, $5; meeting at Ro
chambeau, $12; Grace Woodruff, $5;
Jnna Rosenfleld, $5; Mrs. C. C. Cooper,
$3; Myrtle L. Bum. $5; Florence Eth
eridge, $5; Garfinkle Co., $25; Janet
Richards, $30; Misses E. F. .and Ida
Mason. $25; Rosalie Jones, $25: Penn
sylvania, through Mrs. Lawrence Lewis,
jr., $50; Margaret Judson,- $5; Eliza O.
N. Montgomery, $5; Columbia Theater
meeting, $47.50; Mrs. Lucy Madleria. $5;
meeting at Mrs. Clephane's $22: W. S.
A., Mi, $10; North Conway, $3; Mrs.
Mary S. Lockwood, $5.
On Special Train
Bound for Capital
On a special Baltimore and Ohio train
bound for Washington tmorrow at noon
are 100 or more Chicago suffragettes,
coming to lielp their sisters In their
fight for ballot. The suffragette special
started from Chicago today.
"We have abandoned the original idea
of marching through the streets of Chi
cago," a telegram to Miss Paul read,
and now are flying toward Washington
as rapidlv as possible."
The train will stop in" the larger cities.
and the speakers accompanying the
delegation will make rear platform
speeches at every stop. There isn't a
man on the train, except of the crew.
Many Meetings Held
To Make Preparations
x For. Suffragette Pageant
In preparation for the women's
pageant Monday, Sunday will be filled
with meetings in favor of the suffrage
cause. At Poll's Theater there will be
two meetings, at which the United
States Marine Band will play.
At 3 o'clock Mrs. Raymond Brown
wltl speak, and at 8 o'clock Miss Inez
Mllholland. A. L. Radcllfte, of the
Marine Band,' will Introduce the speak
ers. Dr. Cella Parker Woolley, of Chicago,
a prominent lecturer and writer, will be
the principal speaker at theuneetlng in
the Public Library Sunday evening at
8 o'clock. Mrs. Stowe-Gullen, said to
be the. most gifted woman in Canada,
president of the Canadian Suffrage As
sociation, and Dr. Flora Denison, hon
orary president of the Canadian Suf
frage Association, are also scheduled to
Appropriations Committee May
Act, Following Rejection of
Following the refusal of the House to
accept the Burleson substitute for the
Jones-Works excise bill, carried as a
rider on the District of Columbia bud
get, the Appropriations Committee re
sumed Its wrestling today with the
problem of liquor legislation for the.Dls-
The end of the session is but two days
away, and immediate action on the part
of the Appropriations Committee is
necessary unless the District appro
priation bill is to be allowed to "die in
committee, where it was sent after Its
return from the Senate. House leaders
are opposed to the chloroforming of any
supply bill. The Appropriations Com
mittee Is expected, therefore, to take
seme action today which will again
throw the liquor fight into the House.
The Burleson compromise for the
Jones-Works bill was voted down in the
House 171 to 129. Mr. Burleson moved
to suspend' the rules, disagree to all the
Senate amendments to the District bill
and to agree to that legislation with an
amendment. This latter amendment
materially nfodifled-'the terms ot the
excise bill. -
The Appropriations Committee needed
a two-thirds vote to suspend the rules;
It did not receive even a majority. Fol
lowing the vote the District bill was
sent back to the Appropriations Com
mittee, where it had rested for a week.
Mr. Burleson's motion was purposely.
drawn to -prevent motions to amende it
or to concur In the Jones-Works bill In
Its present form.
After the defeat of his motion late
yesterday, Mr. Burleson made one more
attempt to get the District bill out of
committee. He asked unanimous con
sent to bring the bill into the House,
disagree to all Senate amendments ex
cept the liquor rider, and to debate and
amend that section In the House as in
Committee of the Whole.
Congressman Cary objected to the
unanimous consent request.
' As published In The Times yesterday,
The Burleson compromise for the Jones
Works rider left existing excise laws
unamended except in the following Im
portant respects: .
No Additional licenses shall be issued
until the number of saloons is reduced
to one to each 1,000 of "noulatlon.
No saloon license for hotels having
less than fifty rooms.
Provides gradual increase In license
fees until wholesale license is fixed
at $800 and retail at $1,500.
No saloon to be within 600 feet of
any public or private school 'now in
No saloon to be within 500 feet of
anv "established church."
Kules of eviaence in cases or iriai
for nlleeed violation of law substan
tially as "carried in Jones-Works bill.
No saloons In residential sections
and abolishment of "growler."
Mr. Burieson comenaea mat me
above restrictions would mean a de
cided Improvement upon present conditions.
congressman weoo contended mat
the Burleson substitute had eliminated
some of the best features of the Senate
bill. Both Mr. Webb and Mr. Willis
criticised the fact that.the Jones-Works
bill had been "strangled" In the Dis
trict committee, thus driving jbeSenate
to Insert It as a rider on a supply, meas
ure. Congressmen Burleson. Fltztrerald.
and Cannon defended the substitute as
a fair compromise, 'in view of the con
flicting opinions of the prohibitionists
Then the vote was taken "and the Bur
leson substitute was overwhelmingly de
feated, the liquor bill remaining with
the Appropriations Committee.
Congressman Will Talk
To Pennsylvania Society
Benjamin K-Focht, member of Con
gress from the Seventeenth Pensylvanla
district, will deliver an address at' the
meeting of the Pennsylvania Society of
at, 8 o clock. Samuel R. Stratton is
president and E. A. Ness, 61 Rhode
Island avenue northwest, 4s secretary.
Restraint of Trade
Public Health Service Details
, Surgeon to Investigate the
PRAJSE COL. JUDSON
FOR DOTCT WORK
NEW YORK. March 1. The Gov
ernment today instituted a suit' in
equity under the Sherman law against
ne Corn Products Henln rvimnnm.
. Natlonaa! Starch Comnanv. St, T.ntil-
"- an.i Prwrving Co.. the Novelty
" i-orpotauon,- ana jfcnicK &
The court is asked to restrain them
j.n0 out existing contracts.
DO you wish to improve your
complexion, hands and hair?
If you wish a skin clear of
pimples, blackheads and other
hands soft and' white,
hair live and glossy,
aod scalp free from
dandruff and itching,
begin today die reg
ular use of Cuticura
Soap for the toilet,
bath and shampoo,
assisted by an occa
sional light applica
tion of Cuticura
Ointment. No other
method k so agree
able, so often effec
tive and so econom-
'jpcal ,'in treating poor complexions, red, rough
hands, and dry, thin and faffing hair. liberal
sample of Cuticura Soap, and Coticnra Ointment
sent free "with 32-page Skin Book. Address post
card "Cuticura," Dept. 44, Boston.
Simple and Easy Means of Treatlair
Golterons Growths Without
Operation. Found At Lat.
Dr. Munn, the famous and recognized
authority on Goiter, offers to send to every
Goiter sufferer his Book explaining fully th
secret of his practical and successful Home
Treatment. Thl boolc wHl be BENT TO
EVERT SOFFERER ABSOLUTELY FREB
OF CHAROE. It tells you about the recenC
advances of science in treating; these eolt
erous growths and explains clearly how you
ran get rid of your goiter without pain and
Send for this great 'book at once. Every
sufferer from Goiter should hav a copy.
Bending for it places you under no obli
gation whatever. Write for It today, this
very moment, while you think of iL
M. C. MC.VJV. sr. n.,
04 K. Van Duren Street.
Dept. 215 Chicago. III.
Send to me at once, FREE, your book
giving the secrets of your Famous Homo
Treatment for Goiter.
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MrtVlNG, PACKING. S
FILES CVREO IN 6 TO 14 DAI'S.
Tour druggist will refund monev ir TAZO
Ointment falls to cure Itching. Blind. Bleed
ing or Protruding Plies In to 11 days. E0c
Surgeon John F. Andernon, director
of the Hygienic Laboratory here, and
one other surgeon of 'the Public Health
Service, will be detailed to work with
Dr. Frederick Franz Friedmann, for
a period of oix weeks, in studying his
"cure" for ' tuberculosis and Its appli
cation: Secretary MacVeagh has issued
an order, giving the necessary authori
zation for this work, as a public bene
fit: According to information coming to
the service today. Dr. Friedman
preparing cultures In New Tork, and
Is willing to work under the observation
tof .Public Health surceons. A portion
oLtnts culture win be Drought to Wash
ington for examination and analysis ar
me Hygienic Laooratory.
It was made, plain that if Dr. Fried
man can demonstrate that he has a
successful cure, he will be licensed to
exploit, use .and sell his vaccine in the
Dr; Rupert Blue, surgeon general, has
Issued a statement in which he-says that
participation of Public Health officers
In gDr. Friedman's t work should not be
taken as an indorsement.
His Fellow-Commissioners Pay
Tribute to. Engineer Who
Goes to Canal Zone.
The opinion of his associates and'
those who know of his work here Is
that Colonel Judson accomplished more
good for the District In the shortest
time than any other Engineer Commis
sioner of recent years."
This tribute was paid CoL "V. V. Jud
son by Corporation Council E.H. Thomas
at a gathering of District officials
arid employes In the board room of the
i'lstrict building this afternoon, called
to bid farewell to the retiring. Engineer
Colonel Judson was unaware of the
reception that was to' be given him until
a few minutes before the appointed
time. He was escorted into the board
room by Commissioners Jtudoloh. and
Commissioner .Rudolp explained the
purpose of the gathering and Introduced
Corporation Counsel Thomas, 'who re
viewed Colonel Judson's administration.
Colonel Judson will -leave this after
noon for Lexington, Ky.. where he will
spend a few days prior to his departure
for Panama as assistant to Colonel'
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look at the tongue. If coated,' give i
teaspoonful of Syrup of Flg,ntnej
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have a well, smiling child. IB a- tvn
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nrMinii the stomach, makes the llvef
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a feV hpura all, our' .blle. wHajeste 5!
fermenting rood,- -ana. cvaaupaica.
waste matter geatly moTee aad
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Directions tor cnawren oiiiu;. a
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T HERE is more food value in one
A good, pure, dean, wholesome $c
loaf of bread than in 25c worth of
any other article of food therefore
you and your children should et
only the very best bread.
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Do Not Rent
pi 1 a home with the money
DU I you are wasting in rent
At Tennessee Ave. N. I
(Between B and C Streets)
Small monthly payments sim
ilar to rent are all that's required.
These payments buy you a mod
ern 6-room home of pressed brick
construction, reinforced with steel.
They have 3 porches and a full
three-story front effect. Very im
posing in appearance on the out
side practically planned inter
iors. 'Immediately adjoining are
public parks, and within one square of beautiful Lincoln Park.
Price, Only $3,575
Cash or Easy Payment Terms
To inspect these homes take any East Capitol Street car,
get off at Tennessee Avenue and Lincoln'Park, and you are with
in one square of the properties, or take 13th and D streets car
and get off at 13th and C Streets northeast, and you are within
one-half square-of the properties.
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We make only one quality with the purest, highest grade of flour,
yeast, granulated sugar, milk, and other ingredients.
Insist on bread with our name-on it General Baking Company
and you will be taking no chances of impairing your health. ."..
Pure, Clean, Wholesome; Nourishing Bread
Cannot Be Made to Sell for Less Than 5c a Loaf
We put our name on every loaf
of Bread we bake because we are
proud of it. Look for it when you
want GOOD BREAD, and WHEN
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