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TUESDAY, MARCH 4; 1913.
BHYAN SEES WILSON:
Supposed New Secretary of
State Tells Auditors to Wail Lr
for Official Appointment.
I T T
Company F; With More Than
Sixty Men, Will March in
Tou won't have to wait Ion? now to
know definitely," said AVilllkm J. Bryan
this momini relative to his being Sec
retary of State. Sir. Bryan's eje
twinkled wlicn lie said this and his ex
pansive smile was in evidence. None
of his auditors had any doubt as to j
what he meant. !
' Mr. Bryan 'was up early this moriims I
at the' New Willard and his iirst pre- j
raration for the S-cretar ship of State
nas lo eat a robust breakfast. A few
b minutes later and he posed for a pic
C ture in company with Gov. John IL
Moorehead of Nebraska and Col. Her
bert .Daniel of Omalia, . military aide
"torthe Nebraska executive.
Mr. Bryan then went to the Shore-
"ham,walking up Fourteenth street to
H and then to Fifteenth. Nearly every
man and woman he passed recognized
the famous Nebraskan.
J Confers With Wilson.
' At the Sliqreham 2lr. Bryan chatted
a. few minutes wjth 3Ir. Wilson and
with Sir. Marshall. His calls on the
President and VJce President were
-Jnade separately, but the three were
soon In conference together. The con
ference did not last but a few min
UUs. After the visit to the Shoreham Mr.
,Stryari 'Returned to the Willard, and
't a little afterlO o'clock started for
y ,v5eturnfnfe'fr0m witnessing the in-
t-'augrur&l of both "the President and
Vice President. Mr.TJryan was to go
to the White House for luncheon. Af-
J ter that he was to sit fal the Court of
Honor and watch the parade.
"Just where will you sit?" Mr. Bry
an was asked.
Bryan Evades Question.
Mr. Bryan's face grew Inscrutable for
- a-minute,- Then he smiled at his ques
tioner, and made reply to the effect
that no one would have to wait very
long to be absolutely certain about who
fills the Secretaryship of State.
Mrs. Bryan and her husband have a"
ulte on the second floor of the Willard.
Governor Moorehead's rooms are near
Mr, Bryan has already Eat in the
Secretary of State's chair. At the
White House late yesterday- afternoon
he called upon President Taft, and
Mr. Taft at the end of the call said:
"Here'3 something I wan't to Miw
you." and Jie led Bryan Into the Cab
inet room, t
Mr. Bryan dropped Into the cha'ir
"which has supported Philander Cliae
JCnox the laai tour years. But he
rnade no comment 'then' or later on
a as to'howiiCfeit. '. -
HYATTSVILLE. March 4. Company
F. First Maryland Infantry, .of the
State National Guard, under command
or Capt. O. A. Greaser. 4cft here this
morning on a special train of the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad and will
join the balance of the regiment in
Washington at the New York avenue
The company numbers more than
sixty men. The civic organizations
from this section will be the Scat
Pleasant Democratic Club and the
Democratic Club of Riverdale. A large
number of the Hyattsville Democrats
will join either one or the other of
The City and Suburban Electric rail
way is running a three-minute sched
ule from Riverdale, and an elght-mln-ute
schedule from Berwyn.
PEACOCK ALLEY IS
FILLED WITH GUESTS
Hotels Large and .Small Crowd
ed to Capacity by Visitors
and Marching Clubs.
on smoker was going on with the new
Picsidpnt as the guest of honor, was
the chler object of Intercut Iat evening
ll though the Shoreham In the earlier
hours of the evening was the real point
of interest. It was with difficulty that
the throne was kept moving In Peacock
alley at the Willard.
A tremendous throng was al."o in the
Raleigh where the Tammany braves
took the hotel by storm. At the Beile
vue. cverone asked "which Is Cnitro?"
At the L'owllatan and the New nbb'.tt
ind In every other hotel, large and
small.. In- the city, there wa3 an
enormous number of persons. At Con
gress Hall and the New Varnum where
nanv members of Congress live, "the
folks from home" paid visits and mem
bers w ere .busy thaking hands with
con-tituentB. At the New Varnum, the
Mose Green Club, or i.omsviiie, UI3
pen-ed Kentucky hospitality.
FRACTURE OF SKULL
RESULTS III DEATH
Irving Burrows Is Held by.
Police in Connection With
The Rev. Mr. Skelllnger, of New Jer
sey, began last Sunday In the First
Presbyterian Church, a series.of ser
mons, "Soncs hi the Dark," and stere
opticon sermons. They will continue
through the month of March, and those
for the next three Sundays will be:
March 9, "The Baptism and Battles of
Jesus;" March 16, "The flighty Mira
cles of Jesus;" March 23, "The Traitor,
Trial, and Resurrection. The church
has engaged Mr. Skelllnger to All the
vacant pulpit during the present month,
and there is a possibility of his being
Invited to take the charge permanently.
Kent, one of the banner Democratic
districts- in this county. Is alive with
aspirants for political honors. Among
the candidates from this district is
Jeremiah J. Crowley, who represented
this county in the house of delegates
of the State legislature at the 1910 ses
sion. This time Mr. Crowley has en
tered the field for the nomination as
register of will3, making the fight for
that office . a four-cornered affair,
Messrs. George P. Hickey, W. A. Miller,
and Linden Briscoe having already an
nounced their intention of fighting for
the nomination. Edwara Magruder. of
Kent, has announced himself as a can
didate for., the nomination for sheriff.
Jackson. A'. Suit, one of the best .and
mostrravorably known Democrats In the
county Is ffjcandldate for the nomina
tion for countv commissioner. Bernard
H. Walker, ;one of the younger mem
bers of the Democratic partv of the
county is anxious to secure the nomi
nation as a read director. Just over the
line in Bladensburg district Is another
candidate for the nomination for sheriff
in "the person of John Finn. Mr. Finn;
who lives at Ardwlck. is an old "tlrhe
worker in the Democratic partr and'
says he Is going to make's, strong fight
to secure the nomination. , ' , '
Pennsynania avenue .during the suf
fragette parade was not'jnore crowded
than was Peacock nllov. Jn n. -v-.
Willaid last owning. Tlibs and tithe-
Mnr Al i am in mtnn.l An !... If - -
',w"o t jtiuuuc! n auujuine capaci-i ircsco.
LU"pn ecrveu " tyilu ca:iiuain iu
.ail nf rtls.'i-Louisville Courier-
"What do you mean ly luncheon al
; ty by- the tremendous, tlu-ongs of visl
. tors all of whom vinv nn .3fao. nn ,.
The .New Willard," -where the Prince
j. Richart Saylor, fort years old, died
sfcort-before 1 p. in. yesterday In Emer
gency Hospital froma fractured skull,
ald by the police to have been, the re
sult of an altercation at Center Market
Saturday night with Irving C. Bur
rows, of S3G Indiana avenue. Saylor,
w ho recently came to Washington from
Philadelphia. Is sard by tho police to
have been staying at the Indiana ave
Uurrnw8 Is employed at Center Mark
Vt: - Saylor called to see him at his
Place of business and tlie,iolico were
told the men had a misunderstanding
about a key to the house. Illows were
exchanged and Saylor was knocked to
the floor. He was Uiken to Emergency
He refused to remain there, but yes
terday his condition became serious and
he was taken back tn tho lin.nitii
where he died. Burrows is held by tlid
police pending the action . of tho
coroner s jury.
Terry L. Brlcker. of Washington, hos
pital, apprentice, was drowned at Guan
.tanamo',. Cuba."recently. according to a
cablegram received by the Navy De
partment. He was tho son of Abraham
Brlcker,-of 615 N street northwest. "
MADAME FATIMA IS
BROUGHT TO EARTH
Rude - Policeman Interrupts
Communication With Stars
on Pennsylvania Ave.
i pjychle xrlre on k charge or vagrancy,
especially tnfe policemen.
"Ere another quartette of yi
'.?X JimfrJ "?tho " hast-lM tidoth the Br.:-
i ion .who 'saya hf ih al season pa
mystic vein, "you ir.en'wlll find viomem
voting in nearly every State In tM
Union as tho result of today's parade."
"At that rafV" (ejaculated Jad
Pugh. "yon'H'bepovr.' If you prom
When "Mmc. Fatlma Ilajos, greatest
seer of the Wcsiefri Hemisphere, reader
of the stars and Intimate' acquaintance
of the future, who can te?I ycu -who
your future husband or wffe Is to be."
(whether you' have one already or not)
was arraigned In the Police Court yes
terday after the police had cut her
.n.A i,rlh?- rnmmtiniCAHM --
I ise lu oao ..., - - i
l-wlth the UuiJ of mj-Mery and ao a mite
t;.,;...i..i,6vwt foi-'lthe- cause of tvl-
frage say. for instance, march in that
paradeyou' may go .without fine.
"Maiame'Fatlma Ha Jos," etc.- after
explaining to the court how her
psychic waves were Interrupted whj
she was conversing with the splrtt
world" on' Pennsylvania avenue fcr
"rude policeman", promised to march M ,
the parade and lett.the.court room.
n... .. nni mitikke connected
words for connected thought. Lite.
fi" IT PAYS TO DEAL A AT GOLDEN BERGS
SEVENTH AND K THE DEPENDABLE STORE"
Sale of Spring Suits,
Brand New and Snappy
Styles, Sold Regularly at
$20.00, Offered at
"We obtained these new Spring Suits
from -a noted New York maker, who made
the lot for a specialty house, but, owing to
labor troubles, was unable to deliver them
on time. The order was canceled and the
maker turned over the entire lot to us at a
The styles are entirely new and. smart
beautiful, snappy models, fashioned of ex
tra good quality materials and tailored in
They consist of fine quality navy blue
French serge, with jaunty 26-inch new cut
away front coat, back with gathered waist
line and embellished with buttons. Newest
model gathered skirt. Coats lined with
guaranteed peau de cygnc silk.
AH sizes. Come tomorrow and select
your New Spring Suits from this lot at
Si 2.50 and save $7.50 on your purchase.
at $5, $7 and $ 1 0
A Great Collection of New Spring Millinery That Cannot Be
Matched Elsewhere for Less Than $8.00 to $15.00
Last week's "Opening" clearly
demonstrated our leadership in
milinery matters. The fame of
our styles extends from one end
of the city to the other fame for
individuality of style, for exclu
siveness, for becomingness, and for
For tomorrow's special sale we
offer new evidences of our ability
to provide exceptional values in
Spring Hats. At five, seven, and
ten dollars we shall have on dis
play an entirely new collection of
styles entirely without an equal
for the money in Washington. We have faithfully reproduced
the most expensive creations, and in them you will find the
same smartness and beauty of the foreign hats from which they
How well our artists have caught the charm of this sea
son's fashions is revealed in this great collection of Trimmed
Hats on4 sale1 tomorrow at $5, $7, and $10. "Come in and see
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.Tte Opinion of Others Is Always of Inestimable Value
Whathe KHasbtnatOn flfcbst Says
Of MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE HEIGHTS
. , r y "To those who are lending aid to the movement to maker - s; 'Tj --:
ikfJ- WaiHiniton, inhe-fiuest sense'The CUBeautifuV among f ilrJr-
the greatest capitals ofitfie uijftljf nbjrecnjfreal estate prpr :tt--Jt
motion has given greater satisfaction thalr&he development ; f tf
Of iviU88Ui;nuseiis rwviiuv xjLetgiio.
Zbe XKHasbington post m
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We Want YQU W See
"The Best Buy
IV f ASSACHUSETTS AVENUE HEIGHTS is an UNUSUAL real es
Y ' tate development. It has-norc"6mpetitor. It never 'can have. The.,
iJz: . reason is found in, th'eJfaotilJner subdivision can ever
beHeveloped having-thesafne adWntaeroMmily to the city and
'wbnderrul natural taauty. ' 'f'r- '
It is in the direct line of Washington 'finest residential develop
ment, and but a step beyond SheridafTCircleflie social center of America.
The advance in values at Sheridan Circle Has been proportionately greater
than at any .other point in the city's, residential section. . n .;,
- History will repeat itself al Observatory Circle, the axis r on which
Massachusetts Avenue Heights swings. Here the same type of mansions
will be found as now adorn Sheridan Circle. Plans for one such residence:
have been drawn and others will soon follow.-
The Famed "Villa Section."' .
f - North of Massachusetts Avenue and adjoining RocfcTCreek Park- is?th.
famed 'Villa Section," destined, webelieve, to be the most talked-of resi-"
dential park in the world. Here the c'ontpur of the land has been followed
and Nature's beauty preserved. Thr ough the heart of this tract a parkway
has been laid out and dedicated to th e District. This parkway forms a spur
WKi 'iVashingtopfeK. 3 . -v - ,
of Rock Greek-Park, which skiftsthe 'eastern end-of the Heights. The road-
waYsvjnd 'around the villa sites in graceful curves and on easy .grades.
TerriGes have been planted" wlth'ldTifinys'uckle.c.Thefroadwaysfirfe
f" macailamizecl. Sidewalks, g.uttersse,aJldi.w.alfi.mains.laid.All!qf these
" - improvements at the expense of 'the trustees. The sites in this "section vary
from f-4 acre to 9 acres in size. ' -
.Hs,nosettp this Villa Section al;sObservatoryDfeircleou7"ny
ouy moaerate-pncea io-toot lot.neyajgn the grounasdrnneiKrores-?
tant Episcopal Cathedral, thg.exterisive estates of Senator Francis G.
Newlands ancfthe late Senator George S.'Nixon and others equally promi
nent. These lots afford-an 'opportunity .to secure at a low cost a home sife
close to the.citys finest presidential sectiorr'. . . - -
The pjfices at which these lots are sold are so low and terms so"rea
spnable ificomparison to those, askedor adjacent property that "there can -be
-no, question as to the investment possibilities. The amount ofmoney
needed to.take advantage of this opportunity is small. Let us show you
this propetty, A phone call Maiir6'83(-'will' bring one of our represent
atives. -- a r ; ' : -
American Security and Trust Co.
Amos H. Plumb, Trustees
Thomas J. Fisher & Co., Inc.,
General Sales Agent
lllustratedrBooklet, "STORY OF
THE HEIGHTS," on Application.,
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An actual photograph of the intersection of Rock Creek Drive and Woodland Drive after the installation of all street improvements.
What the Camera Shows-
At MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE HEIGHTS
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