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THE i WASHINGTON TDJLES, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1913,
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CABINET LIST HELD
President-Elect Will Not Send
His Nominations to Senate
Today, as Planned.
President-elect Wilson will not send
his Cabinet nominations to the Senate
until tomorrow ir.ornlnc;, his secretary,
Joseph 1. Tumulty, announced today
The nomination! would have been sent
this afternoon, but the President-elect
learned that the Senate Is r.!ttins today
with the sole &owcr ol swearing In the
New President and Vice President. The
personnel of the Cabinet, the secretary
announced, tvould not be made public
until they were sent to Congress.
The probable list of appointees is as
Secretary of State William Jennings
1'ryan, of Xebraska.
. Secretary of Treasury William G.
-'SIcAdooTdf :"S-etJ Vorl& - '
Secretary of War LIndley M. Garrl
on, of 'cw Jersey.
Attorney Uent-ral James JlcRey
nolds. of Tennessee.
Postmaster General Congressman Al
bert Burleson, of Texas.
Secretary of the Navy Josephus
Daniels, of North Carolina.
Secretarv of the Interior Franklin K.
Iane. of California.
Secretary of Agriculture David F.
Houston, of Missouri.
Secretary of- Commerce Congressman
William C. Redfield. of New York.
Secretary or Iabor Congressman
William B. Wilson, of Pennsylvania.
The names of most of these men. are
well known to the public. The new
Secretary of War, Vice- Chancellor
Garrison, pf New Jersey, is a close
friend of Mr. Wilson anil a man of re
puted high administrative capacity.
Professor Houston, who will be Sec
retary of Agriculture, is president of '
Washington University, St. Louis, and
also a friend of the new President.
William Jennings Uryan. the new Sec
retary of State, was the first member of
the Cabinet to pny his respects to Mr.
Wilson. He arrived shortly before 9
o clock and was closeted with Mr. WH
M.ii for a brief time. He would make
no comments upon his departure, but
greeted the newspaper men cordially.
Mr. Bryan wanted to see Mr. Wilson
earlier, but could not reach him until
this morning on account of Mr. Wilson's J
William F. McCombs, chairman of the ,
Democratic national committee, was
closeted with the President-elect longer
than Mr. Bryan. He. too. had no com
ment to offer after leaving the Presl-J
No Legislative Plan Outlined.
Mr. Wilson will recommend no cur
rency legislation, nor in fact any legis
lation, aside from tariff measures, until
after lie has conferred with a number
of the Democratic leaders.
lie indicated that April 1, as already
selected will be the date for' the open
ing of the extra session of Congress,
but declared that this is subject to a
slight possible, change. ,
'Further lexpllcit questioning as to
the make-up of the Cabinet failed to
draw from .the President-elect any
word on his list of selections. He: prom
ised only that the world should have
them officially when he sent them to
the new Senate.
The President-elect, after giving this
information, retired again to his suite,
then to make his final preparations be
fore going to the White House to ride
with President Taft to the Capitol.
Mall swamoed the President-elect. He
had not the time, however, to attend to
it this morning before the inaugural
does more than clean
CMdJ)HSi. sterilizes and leaves your kitchen,
things sanitarily safe. The ordinary soap
washed utensil is not fit to eat from, because
soap does not cleanse as thoroughly as it
should does not kill germs of decay which
are bound to lurk in oft-used utensils.
Gold Dust does most
of die cleaning witn- OpportmiitMockini
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and does it, too, m a
quicker and more
than will soap or
Gold Dust makes
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do your work1'
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. V worklusually beginsxto.tire.the'operator
.. three ojclock,; theiconstantr. strike, strike;,
"strike; on 'the. usual heavy-touchy machine
shoys its; fatiguing effect in. mid-afternoon?
;But.when the operatorhas theiadvantageof
:;jthere is neither Uiree o'clock fatigue nor closing
Jiour fatigue. The Monarch operator doesn't1
Jtanwtcr the keys, she touches them. The
mechanical principleTexclusively incorporated
In ,the Monarch completes.the impression. A
feathery touch starts it therefore .strength,
isn't called for and fatigue doesn't follov&
Letters written on' the' Monarch Typewriter
are uniform in spacing, alignment and colof
In addition to the Monarch Light Touch, and the exclusive;
.Monarch Rigid Carriage feature, every other important
Improvement of the modern typewriting machine, such
as Back Space Key, Two-Color Ribbon Shift, Contained
(Tabulator, etc., will also be found in the Monarch)
Let us demonstrate Monarch economy "of strength!
fime and money.
SEND FOR'MONARCH 'LITERATURE'
?Then' try the Monarch, to the end that you may know
that Monarch merit rests in the.machine Itselfyjiot merely
jn.what we tell you about it.,
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the Honorable Woodrow Wilson and the
Honorable Thomas Marshall President and
Vice President, respectively, of these United
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The Palais Royal
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a SOUVENIR Sale for Washingtoriians
and visitors. The last moment SprjnjDress
- Needs not !essrthari pocket souvenirs will be"
Solid Cold Jewelry
with solid sold
front. Per (g"
with ff-l 9K
mond. Per pr
Choice of hun.
dreds of small
'H o 1 1 d Gold
' 50c to $50
Watches at $1 and $3
At $3.00 rare dainty little Silver, and Gun Metal -Watcher
wftbi-'Swiss; movements. At, $1.00 are the;
larger Ingersoll Watches, forboys 'and men. Note
that the guarantee given with these watches holds good
in any city or the united btates.
- Bracelet Watches
Prices range from $2.50
to 17.95 for Gold-filled
and Sterlnt Silver Watches,
with bracelets of the
same metal, or of leather.
Pure Linen 12k and 25c
Souvenirs of Washington
10c 25c 50c
Each With View of Washington
Small at 10c, large at 50c. Medium at 25c. Over 1,000 different articles, among which
are Post Card Trays, metal, assorted views.. Minature Capitol' and Washington Monument Paper
Weights. .Enameled Brooch Pins, in box. .Metal Ash Trays, with cigar rest. .Paper Weights with
mirror back. .Metal Napkin Rings with views.. Leather Watch Fobs, with nrtital medalIiori..Pen
Knives, 4 views, 2 blades. .Metal Hat Pin Holders. .Letter Opener and BobkMarker combined i.
Pictures, pearl inlaid, aluminum frame, easel back.. Calendars, perpetual. .Metal Tooth Pick and
Match Holders.. Pennants, felt, 18 inches. .Standard GuideBooks, illustrated.. View Books,
showing 50 colored pictures of Washington. , ,
Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons
50C Medium 75C Urc $ .QQ " "
At $l' are very.large Sterling Silver Spoons, on each of which is artistically crowded
the following Vfews-Capitol, White House, the New Library, the Monument, u: S&TMsf
ury, wasnington s tomD.'tne u.o. nag, ana ine insenpnon wwmngwn, u. .
Seal, Morocco, Pigskin,
and Pin Seal Wrist and
Knuckle Handbags, each
fitted with purse and card
case, at only $1.00 for
$2 1 Q Ft SJr B,
These German' Silver Bags have
the full and fine mesjQKat is prac
tically indestructible'The 6-inch
pierced, frame "isri)bth" artistic; and
fited-at our. risk. The
new spring shades an
styles in kid, cape, taa,
and mocha. Black with.
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Parisian Jewelry, 50c, 75c and $1
The question is how sheer is the linen? Inspec
tion invited with the confidence that superior values
invite. Note that French linen handkerchiefs are here
for as much as $7.50. Real lace at $1.00 to $25.00.
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The new Spring
styles s amplea of
models made to re
tail at IIS to So, of
fered as follows:
Worth to $20 b
It is milady who can afford expensive costumes who can afford to wear 'Parisian Jewelry.
Such jewelry, perfect facsimiles of real gold and real gems, is real to all but the wearerit the
costume is otherwise appropriate. Samples here at 50c to $1 that include pieces' worth to.OO
looking worth $500.00.
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The Hatu to -ear
with the Sulta, re
productions of the
Worth to $12
In conjunction with
the displays and sale
of new Spring Dress
es and Suits, logical
ly comes this demon
stration of the new
It. & O. C'oisets.
Lingerie at $1 Better Than Usiial
The Palais Royal has a national reputation is famous for Lingerie at $1.00. Washington
is a cosmopolitan city and for more than a quarter century the Palais Royal has been reputation
building. The $1.00 Lingerie bf 1913 includes better than usual combination garments, separate.,
gowns, skirts, etc.
The Men's Shop-The Boys' Shop
A distinct shop for men G street, two doors east of Eleventh. See the men's shop window
display or furnishings and you'll understand why thisMittle shop is so busy within. The Boys'
Shop, on the second floor, is having its "Opening" of the new Spring clothing, hats, and furnishings.
The Price Falls
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The Prodlgral Judge. By Vaughan
Burning' Daylight. By:-Jack Im,
don: Butterfly; on the "WTjeel. A. By'C.
Initials Only. By Anna Katherlne
Maggie Pepper. By Charles Klein.
Torchy. By Sewell Ford.
When Tragedy Grins. By Grace
The Girl of the Golden West By
The Grain of Dust. By Phillip.
Bought and Paid For. By Horn
Wow. ; His Sombre Rivals. By E. P. Roe.
Dawn O'Hara. By Ferber.
Adventures in Friendship. By
Adventures in Contentment. By
Washington's Famous Balcony Book Shop
While on the flrst floor. It is away from tho busy aljtes.
The few steps to this Balcony Shop, on north end of Ie
vator No. i. All the new books are here and experts to
tell you of them.
See 'TTie FreeP
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Tke 1913 Model
The Heart of Washington
Nearest to Public, Builcjings.and Hotels
Corner G and 11th Sts.
This is, the Sewing Machine,
the Dressmakers and Home
sewers df Ufiis'city are buying
now."; They, simply cannot -get
along without a machine thaf
Take Elevator to Second Floor
Why The Free Is Best .
Because no other machine is as light running,
because no other machine 'has 8 sets of ball bear
ing'; "4 ---
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Because no other machine-is. as fast running,
because no other machine " -lias .ftHe Rotoscjllo
movement. .??' " ' .
Because no other machine.:-is as beautiful, 'be
cause no other machine has the French Leg Design
and dustless japanning. I,
Because no other machine Is-as. convenient, be
cause no other machine has all the modern im
provements, such as the Rotary Spool Pin, the
Shuttle Ejector, Improved Head Latch, Automatic
Locking Drawers, Belt Guards, Automatic Tension
Release, Automatic Thread Controller, etc.
$1 Per Week Pays For It
The FREE Is the only naehtao guaranteed for
life- And the only nachlnc iasHrvd for 5 yean.
At 10c to $2,5:0
See table near Eleventh street door JilleEd' with
leather purses, photo frames, cigarette and agar esses;
smoker's sets, 'thread holders, a hundred and dne- dif
ferent articles, samples worth 25c to- $5. at 'ltic to
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