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THE WASHINGTON TBIES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1913.
COL. JUDSON'S FOES RENEW ATTACK ON HIM
lo'mson and Carry Open Fight by Dragging Old Stories
Into, Light, and Asking Chance to Question
(Continued from First Page.)
mrormed of the reasons -why such an
of locr as Colonel Judson disagreed with
Ji inson. The feud between these two
-& largely responsible for deadlocking
r strict legislation for the last two ses
e ns of Congress before Colonel Judson
ohnson was busilv engaged In fight
i the windmill hosts of Imaginary
i. aft and maladministration, -while
J deon was trying to better conditions
. hir practical lines, and to Increase
r Clclencv and save monev throughout
t e whole structure of Ioc- govern
rrent. Near Feud With Gallinger.
Colonel Judson had a feud with
' lalrman Johnson of the House com
rcent did subsequently take place the
lights were restored. The Judson action
nas simply an economy measure, dic
tated, as he and his associates on the
Commission believed, by good business
policy. Colonel Judson had no power
to take such action without the concur
rence of a majority of the board.
"He has been accused." savs Con
gressman uary's charge
fanners and othere to whom the lights1
were a means of protection.
"He has been accused of being a tra
ducer, a double-dealer, and a notorious
"His trump card is ta undermine those
with whom he has dealings.
"He suppressed the Fernald bribery
charges involving eomething liko $S0.C00.
"He euchered the District out of a
revenue of 14000 per annum in the salo
of street sweepings.
Renews Osborne Incident
"He hired a man named Osborne, of
Columbus, Ohio at a salary of $10,000
per annumh, a whole year in advance
of any appropriation, and Congress re
fused to make the .impropriation as soon
of nplnc a i
traducer, a double dealer, and a notor-: as Judson's scheme was exposed,
lous prevaricator." nO that point, it! "He censured the head of a depart
need only be said that Colonel Judson rnent tor being- economical In the con
unqucstionably liad a way of saying duct ot his office.
t. lie luuubui uuuui men unu mea-i-1 - v-a" uuuiui, aiivei wjciuuig
ures, and that he won a good many
enemies by reason of his frankness of
It is charged that Colonel Judsoif sup
pressed tne tcrnaia bribery charges,
involving .aDout jsu.wu.
Ittce, ana, a near-icuu wiu. aouiu, ln , d - .- ., . s - .
illinger, head of the Senate District j trict attorney beforo Judson became
ommittee." ' commissioner, acd the matter was ad-
On the other hand, during the same I judlcated through the law officers, Col-
i jriod, judson's "hands were constantly onel Judson having nothing to do w!h
i piiela oy (congressman cuuewn iiu ur, m most, oniy an incicentai nun
n nnw Postmaster General, and
t ongressman Kedfield of New York,
j on Secretary of Commerce.
Air. Burleson was chairman of the
Hous5 Appioprlation Committee's sub
committee on District affairs. He had
c harge of making up for -the committee
the District appropriation bill. This
ai-k brought "him Into very close touch
: nd relationship with Colonel Judson,
t art they became firm friends. Burleson
iully sympathized with the difficulties
that confronted Judson in getting along
lsterial relation to It.
It is charged that Colonel Judson hired
a man named Osborne at Columbus at
$10 000 a year without authority of law.
TlTX'Aot a.ftnn n 1.1 ..T.SI... ,1..., T. ......
t.ivd-iikLV'U ! uaj Mr U14L dUkUUti
wanted to establish a modern and more
erncient system or garbage reduction,
and had found that Osborne was man
ager of the Columbus plant, which "Wats
a mode!. Judson corresponded with
Osborne to learn at what salarv he
"would come here and builJ and Inaugu
rate such a plant.
Judson never hired Osborne at all; he
Willi tne JJistnctomnuuee. . mnted to ,.. Wm ,n r-nnsa
On repeated occasions air.. Burleson WOUId expropriate money for an invcsti
took up for the District Commissioners, nation nnd ti,e construction of such n.
measures. tbat the Johnson District plant. No appropriation was made, and
Committee would not report, and at- the matter wa3 droppsd. Judson offered
tached them as riders to the approptia- j $4,000 a year, tentatively, to Osborne.
Jon bill. This, indeed, has been about conditioned on tlio appropriation being
tsio oniy enrecuve -way or gcung any-, mane. nen the correspondence waft
stables on land bfore the title to It
passed to the District.
"He urged the appropriation of $2,000
for an automobile xo be used by the
hoad of one of the denartmonts. and'
That case was then Purchased the machine for his
u use, ana so usea it.
"Ho attempted to securean increase
of his own salary by false pretenses.
"He attempted to get an Increase in
the pay of the corporation counsel by
Data of Judson's Career Here.
Congressman Cary has had prepared
a most Interesting abstract of data
about Colonel Judson's career in the
District government, made up of ex
cerpts from committee hearings, the in
surance investigation of a few months
ago, and other sources.
This abstract, made up of cxpiesslons
from people generally highly unfriend
ly to CoVnel Judson, follows:
Jilnn done, for the District since John
sun has 'been head of the District Com
mittee. It will be recalled that this course
Tiad to be adopted In getting the excise
Taw. the public utilities commission
measure, appropriations for ar5ous
parks, and various other ineasi, . v r.t
tes into the statutes.
How He Got Occoquan.
One of the measures that became law
aa a rider to an appropriation oilL was
the legislation to establish vae work
house fit Occoquan. The District under
tills measure bought a site and estab
lished an industrial plant. That estab
lishment was a- pet Project of Colonel
Judfon, and it is now regarded by au-i
"ivuuw . uuo ui me inuaeis ot penal
management in the country.
fr. Cary charfws that Judson was re
oon?ible for. mceatlng Uie appropria
ilor for the Aorkhousa from 520,000 to
5T1t Cttll n vajif n,S .,v. I. ... ...
-"" - .. .,UV tAJMl... Xa LAUC, UUk
droDDed Osborne was holding out for a
The entire matter was explained in
detail form the floor of the House while
the District appropriation pill of 1S13
was under discussion.
Eager For Probe.
The other charges which have been
filed Against Colonel Judson are of the
same general character as these. It Is
generally hoped, by people familiar
with the Judson administration and the
lonB controversy between him and some
of the District Committee members of
v-ongress, mat uoionel Judson will be
r -r- i'aKafc
On January 3. 1313. Senator J: H.
Gallinger Of -ew Hampshire testi
fied as follows, at the Investigation
of the insurance companies of the
District of Columbia:
"This Is the first time I ever have
Who "Opens New Attack on Colonel
hearing before a subcommittee of
the Commltteo on the District of
Columbia, investigating the Insur
ance department anl certain local
Mr. Darneille under oath said:
"Colonel Judson haa said to me that
Mr. Lobeck was a crook, Mr. Cary was
a grafter, and that Ben Johnson was
absolutely insane. He has also said to
me that 'We (meaning the 'Commis
sioners) would get our increase of pay
if Burleson was toting fair, but that
he was not.' "
Thereupon the Hon. Ben Johnson,
. chairman, .said:. s
"Before going further with this I feel
1 that I am entitled, to say something.
I As to whether or not I am crazy, I shall
nriu nn o t-m i m pn t with Pnlnn! -Tiidrtn.
or w ith anybody else, because that may
.be true. I am not ready to accept for
any purpose that the gentlemen named
aro corrupt. If everybody who differs
with Colonel Judson in his high-handed
methods of doing things here is to bo
callta crazy, I believe that .nine-tenths
of the people of the District of Colum
bia vould be put in tho insane asylum.
Tht question arises as to Colonel Jud
son as a witness, and as to his credl
b Uty as a witness. If it could be es
tablished that he is not entitled to
credit on oath because of a lack of ver
acity, I think that would be admissible.
If it can be established that he is a
common traducer, without regard to
truth, I think that would be adm sslble.
It occurs to me, from what I have seen
of Colonel Judson s conduct ln this mat
ter and others, that he Is entirely too
free with tho use of other people's
names. In addition to the names Just
mentioned, uoionei juason nas told me.
Lin this room, that Mr. O'Shaunessy, ot
tlic District committee, was a common
"Ho has also told mc that another
member of tills committee, when a can
didate for re-election two years ago,
had gone among his creditor constitu
ents and had said to them that If he
could be re-ele:ted to Congress he would I
rnon traducer, and Inasmuch as the
Commissioner of fire Insurance -now
complains that his character is being'
uauucea Dy uoionel Judson. I am bound
to say for myself that I believe that'ls
competent evidence, and I hope It Tvill
noi be expungsd."
have spoken to that meraber-jupon the
subject and ie has asked mc not ' to
Charles F. Camsl, ln a written motion,
declared that "a public ofllclal, Hn
rineer Cnmmlwlnnop TJmitnnnTif rvir.nni
Judson," was servln? as Uie instru- ue ,nade chalroun of tho District Com
ment 01 a ocllucrate conspiracy to "ci i"ni viucn source ne wouia
wreck certain Insurance comnanis ofiet money enough to pay his debts. I
th ilistrlrt " ITInr Vn oo !.. t .
rltlnlo rA1AM, T...1 I.. ,!. ,( ,-- - J ,v -l -IS. .IXltia
- uiuhci juusvii in iiiv uie. uiiLioii. H- nil .
In thinking the matter over, I recalled the On February 10, In the course of'an
fact that a certain prominent citizen of argument before tho s.im mmmitiu
the District said to me not long ago, Charles A. Douglas referred to Colonel Judron and C. C Glover sit here and
'Colonel Judson Is a very able man, but Judson as "a man whose wind Is filled testify the other day, and I saw the
his mind Is so queerly constituted that wltn suspicion of everybody and every- utmost good faith upon tha face of Mr.
no one but Infinite Wisdom can under- tnlnS excepting himself." (Doc No. 25, Glover when he testified as to Colonel
stand It,' Xow. I do not knibw whether P-w3) ' , .Tud?on haing told him, over, and over
that Is so or not. I think he Is a little i " -no follw''iK day, resuming his ar-'a:a'n' tn!t It had been necessary for
tnnicui: to understand at times; but, .1 wj Aougias, aiier declaring "" -"iuei juusun; 10 aeiena air.
wti.thn- I f .... ... t- , . tliat "thl 5lttnp1v u'nfl K-rtiifTi- n .I,,,,. Rlnvpr' svinrl 'Mimn nirrtimA tha Panllnl
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Herrick Flies Half Mile
Up in Air With Aviator
BUC, France, Dec, It The American
ambasador to France. Myron T. Her
rick. made his first aeroplane flight to
day. Ho ascended In a biplane with the
aviator Bldault to a height of half a
When he returned to tHe grmnd he
remarked that the only moment of dis
comfort he experienced was wben tne
engine stopped at their greatest alti
tuue, and they planed down in great
spirals. The sensation then resembled
a swift descent In an elevator.
Ambassador Herrick, the Italian am
bassador, SIgnor Tittonl. and several
senators and deputies motored here from
.raris to watcn the flying exhibitions.
After Fegoud had turned aerial somer
saults with Deputy Girod as a passenger
the American ambassadorcxprcsscd a
desire to try a fight.
Coughs Up aWreck
SANTA BARBARA. Cal.. Dec. 14.
For several days a submarine disturb
ance haa kept the ocean along the
south coast in fury, durlig which time
the weather has been fine and the water
comparatively calm several miles from
the shore. Today the wreckage of' an
old ship was cast up.
A rew miles southward part of a mas-
todon's skeleton, which aoDarenllv hn'il
ho.n firoilirht nn frrnn a orm.nt ilnnth
1 ' mention his name, and In consequence I was washed asnorc. The ske eton rair
,f of that I will not do so. I heard Colonel ' ments included about thirty-five feet of
vertetrae. ana tne skuii, with eight-foot
Tho shin's wreckage bore indications
that-it had lain on the ocean bottom for
pcrnaps luo years. i
this attack was brought on these Glover's good name around the Capitol.
f M H n I AA VI rm Iba MttlA. 4 . llir l A Z4 tnl lT,..t.H - A.. . M
tne conclusion that hrs restless SDlrlt. -'""-' " mc n;.ui oi a ueuuerute - . i" '-uiuiici juuaun nimscu
after he lias attended to his affairs as ?nsPlr?cy to ruln them," charged that a- the only man that I eer heard
rammlinnpr i,S- hVL L S.... the originator of the plot "nut the defame the name of Mr. C. C. Glover
He did so ln this respect:
with th finHo. .,-. ;u .... lor?n 'n the hands of Colonel Judson.
hnV. ", 7 i,r .-T:: '.ZZ.?.'m "na made out of him a willing tool to
: charge that the
jetween Mr. Ru-
t that Rudolph
If so. it is promised bvlils'trineds. h I Proprieties if I said that-I think he Is without hearinir. wmiM nnt inA Mrfi Jt
will have- a great deal to ay about Dls-1 something- of a marplot as some mill- to thl3 charge without an Investigation ne woul11 seek members of the Senate
body else in the District of Columbia. S ib Tworl- . . nl.m TaJvTTt0
Colonel Judson is a martini mJ , i n" ,.VS.Ji0lh,. T ? charge that the
miiitoT. . ,,. : ; , " - "mu iuuk (iiaco Detween .Mr. ru-
Hi'K.'J? ?-mlDJl.n,t SS- 'h and th-c ! "the Commissioned
to,,m -. i.-'firf.'i K wa3 his way of dolnic thlncsr that
Described Glover's Methods.
"Colonel Judson told me not once, but
three different times that Mr. Glover
Arrested for Speeding.
Walter H. Bolt, was arrested by police
let the Ninth precinct- today, charged
witn driving nis automoDiie at too .high
a rate of speed.
orouj,ni. to tvasnington and given an ! " "Kes lo control airalrs and men, gew out of the fact that Rnrtninh i, . TJ d --.. -. ..
"InvestigaUon." b and. I think. I would not transgress the would not lend hlmsf tn .hi. St d toId. h,m over and ovcr aSa,i that
trlct affairs that Is not suggested in 9" tn are' -lVnd so ho reaches out and when Rudolph refused to Join hands ani members of tho House of Influence
any of the accusations, and that Willi?.1"1 ttkes control of things which per- with them, they took the Insurance de-and that he would lend them monev
be of bsorbinr- intro!t t rv, .,...,,. i 1 haDs he mlirht wpII lmr, iinn, w nartmenf nut nr M ),.,.i k,ih.. .i i j .. "Jr.... ... c"'..I"one
the people of the city. because , of this resUcss aeUvIty of took it to themselves." (Doc. No. 2S, pp. purchase property In the District t
trii i A service at tne District """"c ouucun, mm great desire or HIS " -"-
oioa1!? Mis s-srss
nciuaaiLy oi imuniaming at least nomi- x" "enanie or tho bnUn a little
Appi opriatlona Committee by he Com
niitsloners when the 1312 a- r -o-ariation
measure for the District wa. ng pre
pared The Occoquan establishmcr in addl
llor to being a model of its lrind !
doing M'lendJd reformative ivo-k among
W ftv nfTanow n I. ., 1
JH.v offenders, and had became prac-1 the most
Said He Dealt Doubly.
me assessments mignt De kept down
and the improvements kept up. an
"'" muco no nao spoxen to me dls
nally good relations with a good many twisted. That Is rather an unusual On February 1 James S. Easby-1 Paragingly of Mr. Glover in that re-
Sr.tt0le actJ'V's, the- District ord. 'dendrite,' but it was one I SntK addresstair tho committee, said:
nlePee1nidentfrleSlslatlon.approprl- S. - W to . "ft.tte.BwI .hii not attempt to
i.ss-ajHBS'ssss 2 "-letfcSSrygro.aisrataS 5SSMi.rjci,os?
Of anr organization er its steteawats is
measared largely by what K dees mi
says uni hon well they nay carry eat
what Is said or offered te do. Seferal
years aco wc iatrpdaecd ia ihU dty the
ircscnt tync of mrnt mnrkrf with thr Uxfi boUct la ariad-of
proTldJnir for cnsli'tbe I'cst aaalltics of iwats-at the lowest
possible prices. ThU policy wc hare carried late ear grocery
-uepanmeiu. nweu onlryoar nioatlM. afro, aaa teaay te con
sumers of TVnsIiImrton enjoy more real satlnprs ea the 'best
stmidnrds of srrocrrlos when bought at ear arkets tbaa
they h:irc ovor had heforc- lVc faraJMi the best cirhIKIcs of
gTQCci'Ies nt the lowest possible costs all, the tiaie. All, excess
prolits arc eliminated. ,Ask soato of your frieads what they
sntc trading at an Old Dntch Karket Seaw preefbeariagr
MONDAY & TUESDAY ONLY
Kirteian S?SL 4c SOAPffiTSfirllr
Fein Simp, ."c nice.... .2 for Oc
Oleine Soap, Sc Ixc,,.3 for JOc
Snnta Clnns Sor.?,
Se lrc....v ....n for 10c
Tar Sap, 3c !zc each -ti
1'nramo Voap,c jlc. ca..:il4e
CoKtilc Snnv, triple bar.i....!K'
J"tnr Aaptba lndcr..2 for tc
putlcli flcnnurr 2 for Oe
nrn dutch Reg.
ULU CLEANER Size
Uloait Starch, larse iHaip,
ArKOtarch, 5e Ic. VtC
Cora Starch, 5c nlxe ..ic
notila IHae, 5c nice 4c
Majrlc JJIac, 5c Mle.........4)c
Amraoala, 10c faie..........Tc
Matchcx, Doable Tip, do....Sc
CIothexptHa, per 108... 12e
BORAX. TEAM Slae OC
Golden Scche Peaches,
20c rno i
Elk Arpnraf., AVhlte,
Snno A.tpnraK'ux, White
Iluulta Ilncap.plc, 2Hc eaa
Monroe Pearo, ua ....
Bel .llontc TIp, meillam,
not jtmall. ............ .......
PinientoM, Kanc-.....15c &
Kaacy JHalac Cora, Mc eaa.ISc
Forney .Walne SHCcotaah,
Hea,.WedrflaK, 12 eaa 10c
Pcaa, Hoehestatv 10c eaa.... Sc
Tomatoeit, Elac Helte,
15c can....u., .......llc
Xlma Beans, BrMsetoa,
M.MC CBaTMHiiftt 90
Slrlaa; Beams, BerUa,
A ! fWntnimt)mnnttlHC
Hit by Unknown Man.
John Giles, of 715 Sixth street south
west, walked to the Emergency Hos
pital today to get treatment for a severe
cut over the eye. He claimed that a
unknown white man hit him with a
loubt that he' would be one of Kmltt ?ud80n ln thI ce. The course of dis-1 would speak disparaging,
interesting witnesses that has drite of his brain A ifm miCL ; hn- which he haa pursued In ttils ! ?.flzze .,n f.nt ot me, the
spect. I do not think I eror had n mn.
versation with Rnlnnol .Tiuiann nt t.
minutes' duration that he did not brln '
in me name or someDody of whom he
I see Mr.
-- ....0 ..uicodo vuai. nas ariifi or iiik hMin o iitfin mi a . Mvv4 tAi;ij itu jio3 nursuHi in ni ' "."." .v...fc VM. .,, uro utcoiucn; oil
bte'&ckSSSlplant tha. ''turning LTrt ST " c ' . that he does not . Vhings '.tSght 3U ycably ,-", taperI.hBWy uoVinTt ? "ZlfZ&tl '
cut pnu-tically all the brlclr 1 in con- Postmaster General Burleson and s.o ,10r lhlnk 'nion isht lines, nor act bun,a HP "', ese Pr'nte.1 pages, which Colonel Judson when Mr kSJSi 3.
Hnl -W0 r"r thaAU -' ?g i-tary ISSTS ggSSl n stralSt "nes. -Pe. khu aoquently than aWtoewmnalteeni orwhln a?"
arc; worked in these establishments. son-Cary feud, and the fornix Rnl Mvr, think of what Colonel Judson t..a man w?.? ba -Jft doubly with , he did not alnav hrfitfii S iSi VSl
Another Charge Brought Up.
Another charge which Congressman
Cary levels against Colonel Judson Is
that Judson was prime mover in a
scheme to tell to the Government for
53CK),0CO a tract of twenty-four acres of
worthless land known as the K'ir.gle
Valley tract. Air. Cary says tK v. as
denounced as a steal and Coi0ress
refused to consider it.
The facts are that the estimated cost
or acquiring this land for an Im
portant addition to the park system
was ns),c00. and the true value of the
properly as based on the assessment
was tlLS.000. As to the land helnc
worthless, the facts are that Its own-
SSWj:H..Jrtttoutup. did. Here Is a young man who was ScVwho "hS1" i8hm,n,nmC.0": 'aJ? ?
- - w m a. u u iLJiui. ilv in i-;i . Tin l n tiir.nrn i n n iitn .,. j .11 . m .. - .
nuirv ! hnlr) H1 "'
"" . I supportin,
Carys Fifteen Chanres. made nn
Tlie series of specific charges that I made mistakes, no doubt, and only bee r?nA?iEf nilHwS ma,n ,who has . 2" whIch the Southern buHdlns. stands. J
Congressman Cary has mado acninat heaven knows who has nnt n-..-i mu. ZZIuP. ..y..c?ntra.d,cte1 b' every One of the names was Mr. Wilt
Colonel Judson. fifteen i number. , takes; I do ,ct know. And yrt tli ? ou In'rtto clujel
most of which have already been re- entire investigation was precipitated Colonel Judson would have hesltau-d son had told me that William Corcoran
ferred to. are: . without the Commissioners of the Dis- ,?",? " ?"terlnff uPn his course of ac- TI'll was on of the biggest foo!s In
"Major Judson was the prime mover ! !rIc of Columbia sa ing a single iord ,lJ." 'nJi,,,s,!?Ee, .hadu he realized thut town. I could not .see very well how
In a schemo to. sell to the Government. that young man concerning It. ,, , "is,. l .i truth J'0"11! be turned thesp two things could be true that
for $300,000, a tract of twenty-four acres Colonel Judson went to tho extent of ?" apusf un- anJ ttat the x-ray Colonel Judson should tell me that Mr
1 he asked his .,- ,'- """"" ,'"' -V"".ia. Penelral f1"' was one the blgsrcst fools In
g his wldo.ed mother and otrt "1 XVcS Z UUWTSi
j x i4 cr ln.T t .1-a f Ylf li I Ver r ii?l ivfrltfA nflm
vi. uiuiib iouu in Miiai is Known "" iuwuiuuu, r im.ii iiu uaneu ilia ,i, i " . , : u junuaio
as the KHugle Valley, which, he said, associates to pas.s, to depose this oups , ,e '""ermost and darkest recesses of
was needed for nark nurnosen Th man from his position. Whv. thiv iln
scheme was denounced as a steal and not do fhat in the departments in
Congress refused to consider it. Since Washington with reference to a watch
ers were opposed to its acquisition bv then a considerable part of this land man. The man who sits at the door
the District, and for two j ears Colonel, has been given to the Government. f one of our departments has a right
Judson successfully resisted their ef-1 "n February S. 1311, Major Judson to be heard and has a right to present
forts to get a permit to grade and appeared before the subcommittee of his side of the case. But Cjlonel Jud-
fcjbdivide the nroDertv nn1 n It nn the Committpa on Annrnnri.illnna nr !, SOr proposed to take this vounc m.m.
the market. He wanted it for the park i United States Senate, and urged the ap- wltn 'lIs widowed mother dependent
system, because experts agreed that nronriatlon of shot fnr the. mm imu nt upon him, and his own family denend-
It was the uw to the whole nark svs- btrcet sweenimr m.nriinp nVinn e"t upon mm, ana throw him out of I
lum 112 iia eecLiun vi v amiuigion. it
was wanted as an approach to Rock
his Insinuating and suspicious soul."
W" 1U. 3, pjl. ill!, i'Jli.;
H. H. Darneille's Testimony.
Extract from testimony given by
H- H. Darneille under oath and
statement made by the Hon. Ben
Johnson on January zi, wia, at tho
town and- at the same time send his
navip hern to be nubooenaed tn nm in
and testify as to the value of the site
vpon which the Southern building
n'nrds. It has occurred to me that In
view of the chnracter .which Colonel
Ji'dson ha established for himself In
tni". committee, and, to my certain
knowledge, out of It, as being a com-
Wear Them While You're
Paying for Them
A Most Com
plete Stock of
Stylish Clothes for
Boys, and- Gnll-I,.,
Millinery ere a-
! tlnna r1 am4ii4
ings. Our goods are of
the best quality
and are offered at
the easiest terms
and at prices as
low as cash Drlces
900 9th Street N. W.
Cor. Oth aad Eye Sta.
Opca Until 9 P. M.
.jT ww mw .aitavaB ywwvc.t;Mi.ire
4ic SL, SUGAR pP?mi 4ic
Blue Label Catxiin....21e A ltc
C'Iam,jlon Catnup 8c
Uelai-a Cataap ..r..S5c JtJ5c
Beechoat Catnp Z5c&J5c
fiolU Medal Pickles, ra Uc
My Wife Snlod Dress-
aaaBV aTaaVTJs sosos 4 iJtiC
Stas- Chill Since. 15c slxe..l2c
"Vlaesar, Cider or While. ,.9e
Seeded Halslas, 10c tlir,
pkar...i.v ,. JKr
Mixed Nnts, per lb 19c
Can-ants, eleaaed. 12c
size, pkr.. aoc
FIrs, California, 15c
v size, pits: .ISc
Plsrs, SaiyraVPr lb. ...... ..lie
Peaches, Evast, jjcr Ib.llc 3c
Apricots, Rrap, per
Dates, Htrse pkr; 9c
Palled Figs, Antler Uraad...Sc
Walanls, lance, per lb 19e
COCOA ff&' 12ic
Mother's Caok;f3,3 fl 9c
Preserves Coraponnd, per Ib.Oc
Jelly Cnrnponad, per jar,....Sc
Van Lira Chow, per Jnr.....9e
Horse Hdlh, per bot........Oe
liongMeld's Saace, per hot... .0c
Stac Salad nresstos;, bot....Sc
Peanut Bntter, 10c slxe. Vc
Cocoa nnt. Shredded. ..0cJt4ie
Golden free Sjmp..-..3c 3c
Pare Maple Syrap,- large... 2-le
lastaar Poataar..... ...24c:
Sweet Cider, er icni.. 21e
Mlaeeateat, per lb ......19c
Hominy, Balk, per lb 3c
Yellow MeaV r lb 3e
Blackeye Beaaa, per lb 7c
system, because experts agreed that proprlatlon of JG,yo for the purchase of x'Poa n'm and "'s own family depend-
mattet of fact, the machines for which h s offlce th?Yt an opportunity to
he asked this appropriation had beon lay?'or?t nJf own defsnie- It s I
Illegally nurchased a month h.fn oT; a most extraordinary procedure, the
paid for out of a fund which Congre i "t"KrS5aS; .5ISSS,.u-re ."f1.1"!?
National fike.6 25c
Tpaper wJum 8f If 25c
Breakfast Bacon, Sliced or Pieces, 20c
Smoked .Sauuagc 14e
Green Suumurc....... ........ .lie
I Fork Shonldera:
fCorncdi.i .':'.. Uv-
' Smoked.; '.&. J.'.
.y..llC TO 1f7
.C.17c to 20c
Holly Jiraad Sannagc .e
Country Style Snn3ajce......lSe
Pare Home-made Lard...l24e
Coaponnd (White Doae)..10c
Bean t'orlf Sail.-:'....; .....12c
Fresh Hams, small and lean . . .16Y2c
Corned Hams, mildly cured '; I6V2C
Smoked Hams, sweet and tender A6yzc
BUTTER "SSr 40c
Holland Belle Brand.
DUl 1 tKjjrryoaltBr'djZC
Samp quality sold elsewhere at
25C to Sic.
Machines Illegally Bought.
to buy street sweeping machines; when
In fact the macnines had been illegally
uscht a month before, and paid for
Jro.v a fund that Congress had set apart
lor mother purpose.
The facts are Jim Colonel Judson was
not Jn charge of the street cleaning de
partment, had nothing to do with any
aucn transaction, and that if all the
had set arart fnr nnnfhor n,l ,i(l . i'"1!". "' oosen-aiion, ana I UO
numose. Snd aV th Tim f S.r ". ,,'?LJninK l an b J00 severely cou-
iig man ought to
the nffirp lt It
un none aecenuy anu in order .and let
iiiiii nave an opportunity to be heard
Another Cary charge is that Colonel """'"'h";,1"""""!1 specII,c "ot think It can be t
, j - 1 , . , ' purpose, ana at tne time of Ms appear- damned If tho vmm
edson urged an appropriation of W00.ance before the committee were stored be riven out from tl
in me lisinci street-cleaning stables,
Says He Increased Cost
"Major Judson was Instrumental In
in his own defense anJ give his side of
the case before such drastic action is
f.iet in he matter which are of record J tion of the District wholly it Govern
Ir the auditor's rrice are investigated.
they will be found altogether creditable
'r the authorities .then in charge of the
attcc cleaning business.
I. is charged that Colonel Judson
lavcrcd buying park lands In the north
west section anJ paying for them en
tirely lth Federal funds, while ln East
Washington he wanted the property
twwners to bear half the cost. As a
oat er of fact. Colonel Judson's policy
nnd recommendation favored assessing
one-third of tne cost of park lands, I
;irn:cr lucaieu, aiunai aajacent pro
One Charge True.
It Is charged that Colonel Judson
caused lights to be discontinued on cer
tain suburban roads. That charge is
rue Colonel Judson did shut off lights
r certain regions where he was con-1
iinced the -represented a waste of,
loncy. with 'the und-standing that
whenever there should be such deiel-i
opment as to warrant It, the lights i
ould be restored. When the develop-
Increasing the cost of operatlnc the'taken- II ia greatly to the i'l!t of
-'"-' uuuui! : uwuuaie commission
ers that they refused to pass that reso
lution wnlch would have been, to my
mind, a wicked thing." (Insurance In
vestigation, December 5, pp. 433, 410,
Scored By Canisi.
On February 5, 1313, at a inciting of
me suncommutee or the Committee en
wirk house ':om $30,000 to $325,000
"Major Judson favored the acquisition
of land for parks In the northwest hec-
"tnt expense, ojt recommended that in-
East wasningion tne property owners
bear half the cost.
"In face of the strong Drotrit nf tho
pople. ilajor Judson caused the lights llle J istrict of Columbia, investigating
fin ftllhllrnnn r-rvirla In Hj fllAii. , ' Ln... 3i.i i... y-.i 1 v.. .
Uieicby causing great incomenience to, the Commissioner of Fire Insurance,
Vas " Sf
Solid Gold Ring of heavy de-
si-jn, fcet with a magnificent
oiue-wnup sparHJng Diamond
an exceotionnllv nii.'Mt- utnu
One of the jewelry gifts thai
"ccr mil 10 piease.
e hnvo iiviFu)?.d .4Kr.
designs In Hiruis for mwi nn,?
leetion an easj- matter for you
The largest Credit Jewelry
Uouw in the World.
Ottt. - "" AVe.
j'-"vcopcn Evenings Unt:i Xtrns
The S P U G Movement
Is for the purpose of encouraging useful Christmas gifts. Can
it not be observed wisely in this instance. What could be more
useful than a pair of the right kind of eyeglasses or spectacles
for Mother, Father, Sister or Brother, fitted correctly to the eyes.
Relief from eyestrain, headache, and blurred sight would be a
pleasant result not to be forgotten in a little while, and would it
not be the most appreciated?
Special for this week, my
Regular $2.50 Glasses $1.00
Regular $5.00 Glasses $3.50
Invisible Bifocals ,. $8.00 up
Gold-filled Eyeglass Chains, were $1.50 $1 00
1209 G Street N. W.
SPECIAL JEWELRY SALE
On Account of Our Small Expenses We Sell the Best Goods
At the Lowest Prices
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL X-MAS ENGRAVING AND BOXING FKEE
$0.00 Silver S-plece
$7.25 Stiver tl-picco
$2 5ft German Silver fl1 (TA
Non-breakable Vesh BagsDJLOU
5 Gold Filled Bracelet ....$320
$7 Gold Bracelets $S.OO
10 Gold Braceleta B7JJO
$7.50 Ladles' aim .titn's (JfJ Art
Solid Gold i'C-t Rings.. tDD.UU
H 75 LadltJ.' Solid Gold QQ AA
Tiffanj Kinj,s tDO.UU
$-'50 Children's Solid (PI f(
Gold Rings OI.UU
J5.fi0 Solid Gold
Ii.illlers and (po AH
Chain . rf'M
JlJ-ft S b 1 1 d
mond settings .
Mn'm Solid Gold
Luv-illitrs md C liains.
$10 Ladles' Solid
$15 Ladies' and
move- gQ fa
ed 20 years; Wal
tham movom f
I Select Graded
32c Fancy EgfGaOc
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
21c&w White Potatoes 21c
(PRANGESass, K 15c MaTaa Grapes g 15c
Apples iJperlai MPcck 15c Cranberries, Sr 12c
19c p"ktoraSweet Potatoes 1 19c
III UmunUG.oKi 1-4 Pack lUb
Grape FnflBfc 25c
3 TEA H, M V
ONIONS sKSt, 2 for 5c
HOME Per 1-2 19JL
uiuuuiiuuiuri. pgf uuu uuuiuuH unun.i, rcv,u j v
7cea"'bmi.iN.Y. State Celery $Jg'7c
OLD DUTCH MARKET, Inc.
J12 Iadies' Gen
uine Full-cut Dia-
S3S 4-KARAT GEXUINTS i
$70 Blue White Diamond; KA
Tiffany setting 5DU
J135 Blue White Dia
mond; Tiffany setting.,
What $1.00 Will Buy
$1.50 Solid Gold Scarf-Pin
$165 Gold Link But
$L65 Gold Filled
$1.73 Gold Filled
$1.75 Set of Gold
What $3.00 Will Buy
$3 Silver Military Set.
$3 German Silver Un
breakable Mesh Bass..
$3 Silver Varvftv
Cases; hand engraved..
What $5.00 Will Buy
$7.50 Silver Comb,
Brush and Mirror
$7.00 Percolators and
$7.50 Bracelets, Brace-
ici waicnes, Laval
Hers, Brooches, Locke
ana Chains, Fobs.
aim umicai Co.
625 7th Street N. W.
Corner Seventh and G Streets.
930 la. Atc. X. TV.
Stii and E Sts. S. .
31st and H Sts. X. W.
7tli & Que Sts. JS T7.
1111 H St. N. E.
1632 North Capitol St.
The Market of
3J20 Georgia Atc If. IT.
1935 Mtb Ct. Jf. TT.
7th & B Sts. X. E.
1778 U St. X. TT.
2112 14th St N. TT.
7th & H Sts. 5. E.
The Market of
Opposite Patent Office.
Duffy's Malt Whiskey 75c bottle
Italian Vermouth ( Ztv ) 50c bottle
Gordon's Dry Gin 80c bottle
Black and White Scotch $1.10 bottle
Bass' Ale (hoIiada:,,) $2.00 dozen
Guinness' Stout $2.00 dozen
Great Western Champagne $1.00 bottle
909 . SEVENTH STREET
Phone Main 274
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