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THE WASHINGTON TTMES, TUESDAY. APRIL 14, 1914.
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RATE CUSHiM
WILL REMAIN OPEN
URGING HOME NEEDS
Interstate Commerce Commis
sion Refuses to Be Hurried in
Passing Railroad Application
Thi Ii lorstatc Commen" Commission
re'lerates its intention of keeplnp the
o iJ ii' Hi" idanco rate cases open
o if 'ikin of testlmor.v reiallpir to
shleraice switching storage, eir pOi
S "id othe- free service js coti
, tr1
""Ms 6 iiken as a reaffirmation 01
e 'ommission s intention to pass upra
e main question, whethe- the rH
e ads ire in reed of additional revenue.
Tier argument are submitted Api'l 2".
hut o withhold decision as to the melli--f'l
hi -vhich th carriers miv increasa
" eir reenues until It .s fully detcr
jnmed how much the carriers would
benefit by making charge for furnish
ing services now given free.
The commission also declares that rt
plies aie expected from the carriers to
the list of scv entv-eight questions sub
mitted on December 20, objection to
f lrnlshing vhlch was made by the car
firs. ? The statement of the corrmisslon's in
dention to fuilv complete the record
pefore closing the case brought by the
farriers on their application for a fl
ier cent rate advance, is vieweo. in the'
ught of an ultimatum from the com
missioners that they will not be hurried
tnto action. fc.
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Judge Aldnch Allows Application
3 1 But Gives Time for New
York to Perfect Appeal.
T. C. S- BLACKBURN.
Resident commissioner of the Lincoln
Memorial Commission, who will as
sist the District delegation in plac
ing before President Wilson, tomor
row, the needs of Washington.
Funerals
i J. rRAXK BAYNE, at 41 W street
sorthwest. Mass at St. Martin's Church
pnl 16 at S a. in Interment at Rock
Creek Cemetery.
I SAMUEL BURR, at 420 Tliih street
crtheast. tomorrow at 2 p. m. Inter
ment at Glenwood Cemetery.
t CAROLINA BACHE McMAHON, at
Si Margaret's Church, tomorrow at
I 30 p. m.
Obituaries
J KRANK BATNE. at 41 W street
porhwest, yesterday.
ZHBULOX V. HARRIS?, u Wendell.
X r April 11 Xotlce of ftmeral later.
SAMUEL BURR, at 420 Fifth street
iurtbeast. April 12
I ATHARIXE SLEVIX, t 1307 B
Uicet southeast, yesterday
MRS. CAROLINA STRAUS, at 32J0
Thirteenth street northwest, jestcrdav.
Notice of funeral later
Sees Cure for Ills in
Single Tax System
That many of the Ills and sufferings
of humanity could be prevented by the
operation of the single tax was the
statement made last night by H. Mar
t'n Williams, speaking to the Woman's
Single Tax Club, in the Public Library.
His talk was in answer to the query,
'Is poverty a Divine Institution."
"Land monopoly is the cause of near
ly all of tho great wrongs of the day,"
he said, "and until land monopoly is
prevented by the operation of a single
tax on land values, there must be such
th ngs as poverty, and suffering, and
misery in the world."
Walter I. Swanton, secretary of the
Tax Reform Association, explained a
series of charts on "Taxation in the
District." He said that Washington Is
not considered a manufacturing city,
' but that It is manufacturing and ship
ping to Federal prisons In all parts of
the country a large number of con
victs " "Only last week, ' he continued,
"twenty-six convicts were sent from
Washington to Leavenworth, Kas. This
costs the District taxpayers about $50,
COi a j ear."
CONCORD, X. H , April U -The de
mand for a writ of habeas corpus by
Harry K. Thaw, millionaire fugitive
iron: Matteawan Hospital for the In-
sine. was upheld today hv Jud?e Udgar
J. Aldrlch in a thlrtj-one Pag opinion
devoted to a dismission of whether or
not New York State took the Proper
i .ourst In seeking the return of Thaw
1 h the process of t-xtrailitio l.
i The court holds that the constitu
tional right of extradit'on for crime
docs not reasonablv annlv itself to such
a case as this, where the right con
tended for by the demanding State re
sides In a decree of custody based on
Insanity, and where its papers upon
their face negative the lea of personal
criminal responsibility
The court made no formal order to
discharge the prisoner, but will give
Xew York StAte ample time to rerfct
its appeal to the United States Supreme
Court.
When the appeal Is readv an order
for discharge will be made and then
suspended b- some appropriate method
! Old Washington Resident
To Be Buried Tomorrow
Thomas Heany, sixty-one jears old,
who died yesterday at his residence,
129 Third street northwest, will be
buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery tomor
row morning after requiem mass has
been celebrated at St. Alojslus Catholic
Church, by the Rev. Father Scully. Mr.
Heanv came to Wash'ngton In 1S73 and
engaged In business. He was a member
of the Knights of ColumbU3. the Catho
., T..ti.,. Avn-4rn ihp Ancient
Order of Hibernians, and the Associa
tion of Oldest Inhabitants. He leaves
a widow, two sons, and three daughters,
all residing in this city.
WINNING PRIZE EASY
AS FALL! OFF LOG
Ball Teams Already Forming All
Over City. But There Are
Plenty of Outfits.
Malcolm McCrone, Junior warden of
Takoma Lodge, Xo. 29, F. A. M., will
ciempllfy the first degree at the lodge,
tc.nmht. at 8 o'clock at the first April
.stated communication.
By THE PRIZE EDITOR.
Each mail brings numerous requests
tO thO nffiCP fni- Inrnrm.tln. u
plie oITor to equip and uniform baseball
teams of the District and vlc'nitj. Al-
.uj uire are several teams in process
of formation, and from the way the
members appear t0 be scratching gravel,
their" " lnS Pre the ,,nlforn"' are
U1S, j!'ist as eas as fa'ling orr a log
," tIle,f equipments. nach man
h- in? ."l of le Fble Persona
vnv? take,a subscription-only ONE
, .1 eac"' CENTS-then goes
after them. After that, tho team cap-
fnL"oaslcnu,a ,certan number of streets.
Hsts wm'Iocks' t?.ea,ch man' and thi
lh;,.l.m e completed within a very
short time. Tell them what you want
and what their subscriptions will bring
jou-the i unlforms-as well aa what
wm,nmJne es d,elUered l "eS5
nvLm.ean' Thev a" read the paper
anywav, So most of them will be glad
to have It left at their home.
Here Is what jou get. To any team
mbr?, W,' w! send to the PwS
Vur ",'1 reilulred number of now
wL1 nn Sundav subscriptions to The
i'Jh nsrton .T."1168' ,n accordant
SA' the conditions as given, we will
I Mil. Iii m r.'-i'"RII?i;F:s for orly or.o
niu'ilh (jili, as above, we will give
I om- ilrvt cla.s uniform with a selec
tion from ten colors. The uniform
consists of shirt any style, with,
monogram or name of not over eight
letters, pants pltMn, llnd or padded:
cap. any styl-: heavy ribbed wool
li'.bo uii'l belt
FOR FIFTY UBSCRIPTIOXS. as
nhi ve, v;e will give one second-grado
uniform the same as thf lirst ftrad".
with tho exception of the quullty of
tho flannel.
FOR THIRTY SUBSCRIPTIONS, as
above, wo will give ono third-grade
uniform, with a selection of nine col
ors, the same us first grade, with the
exception of the quality of the flannel.
WITH TWENTY SUBSCRIPTIONS
wi' will give tho choice of a catcher's
mitt, bodv protector or a mask.
FOR TWELVE SUBSCRIPTIONS we
will give one Reach "Official" Amer
ican League hall, cork center
FOR TEN SUBSCRIPTIONS wo will
THE JOY OF DANCING EXERCISE
Very few women or men seem to care to
Tanco or get Dancing Exercise unless they
ara assured the freedom from achlnc feel
that Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic pow -der
to be shaken Into the shoes. alaj
give Since the tendency to hold Dancln?
Sanies has become almost a dally and hourly
necessity In every community, the sale of
Aliens rooi-cc. .,- . -.-.- -. .
has reached the high-water mark, sold every-
Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy. N. Y.
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McCRAY
FRIGERATORS
THE BEST BCAOE
HcCray Refrigerator Ce
611 PST. N.W.
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mb low A WTTTlTiTrptT TAfS I where i Nk
0mk i" price f feiB$99U I
JjSy? 32 STORES oL Jg
ONE NEAR YOUR HOME Xgf-
WHERE
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Granulated
Sugar
Lw.4c
Quality Merchandise-Lowest Prices
We guarantee every item vre Hell to be satisfactory
to jou. Aote the price quoted below:
Best Michigan OC
Potatoes. nk UOv
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Extra Specials This Week
Sanitary Oats JO pkgs. 1 P
Sanitary Cora Flakesfi for IDL
Amort in purchaainfr aa 3 on like. We particu
lar! j- nrse yon to tr anltar Corn I'lnkea.
SANITARY
BUTTER, Lb.,
30c
TAKHOMA BISCUIT Qlf).
Famous Sunshine Sodas tJ for ' X Vv
btnetly rresh OQ
EGGS. Doz. . L JC
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BERMUDA -I e
(TexJS) I I I
ONIONS, Lb. 1V-
TUBE ROSE FISH
Formerly 5c Each, Now pkg.
2'2C
Fine
Oranges, Doz.
15c
SANITARY FLOUR
(UBrnntreil the equal of an flour made. i thrnc
prieei ou sale one-fourth and srrt the heat quality
flour made.
GRAPEFRUIT or
3 for . . . DC
6-lb. Bag . . 17c 24-lb. Bag . . 65c
12-lb. Bag . 33c 196-lb. bbL, $5.25
White Cross
Bread
The Kind That's Better
BLUE RIDGE
CORN
7c
STANDARD
TOMATOES .
7c
SIFTED EARLY
JUNE PEAS . .
7c
GE UINE 1 0i
MAINE CORN lC
Argo
Salmon, Can,
15c
RED BOY
SALMON .
15c
e Don offer for the flrnt time
Sanitary Brand
GINGER ALE
1 ou ii 111 fitiil lliik (.liiKiT Me
tine mn any jou eer Inidecl. nod e
llm that It Ih the ecjunl of an,
nml all jou can 1mi for ttuifu ou
mom poi km hi(ti an 15 oentH per
bottle.
We are colnc lo Introduce an
ilarj l.luKer Me nt an exeeptlon
nll lo" prl e. 'I he iiiallt; In
Kuaranteeil anil nt our priee i ou
ae almost one-half.
Large Two-Glass Bottle,
One Bottle 10c
Three for 25c
GOLD BAR
PEACHES .
20c
Evaporated Peaches
Choice, lb 8c
Fancy, lb 10c
Sunshine Clover Leaves
Thla dainty ronfeetlon at a
arreatiy reduced price.
Per Lb 10c
Shredded
Wheat, pkg.
12c
A great big package of San
itary Washing 1(r
Powder iUt
25c Size Gold 01
Dust Alt
25c Size Star 1 fly
Naplha IVC
Procter A. f.anilile'a Olelne
onp . 4C
l'ructer A. Gamhlen tar
oap 4fe
I.enox nap: S for .. I0e
Old Outeb C'leunner . Sc
"potlen (leanMeri 2 for . .tie
Fela nphthn Soap; 2 for ..Oe
Sapollo, eake . He
Hon Anil tic
SANI-FLUSH
h ndterllned In the leading
maK"lr.
25c Cans, nQr
Special v
Sanitary Grape
Juice
same hlch quallt bh laat jear.
with price jjrentl reduced.
Vz-pint bottle 10c
Pint bottle 16c
Quart bottle 29c
The purr, unferraented Juice of
the finest Concord CJrnpca. froth
ing; better can he made. Why pay
ntorcT
Every Patron of Our
Store Should
He, nware Hint our guarantee nn
an Item e xell reall meann
HomethlnK. I'erhnps jou inu.t lie
one of the man; ttlut hnir felt
that It nn iieexiir lo pn Ml
cnta per pound for hich-Krade
leaa. When wo offer "flornoou"
llrnnd Tea Ml prleew iiuoted lielo
,fu mnj he Mkeptlcul in reciird
the Iniin no inn Uc recnrdliisr
riuHllt, and preMoiiM experience In
lulnK leiiM eUehere mnj bmr
lcn too kooiI inline therefor, lint
oi ii (.i iiwir.r. w ii.i, i'iiii
ii:cr .
I'urehBNe an; pncUjce iioled he
low, lile an; portion ton like In
tetlnK It earefollt and If It ixn't
fullj up to Jour oxpectntliiiiH, re
turn the unused portion and we
will refund the en (I re purchaxc
price.
Afternoon Brand
( guaranteed NOc t nine. I
i -lb. Canister. . . 13c
i-lb. Canister . . . 23c
'Ihree arletle
llreen, lllled, Colon-India.
Mosque Brand
IA guaranteed OOc aliie.l
"Mb. Canister. . . 10c
i-lb Canister. . . 18c
Three inrletlea
Oreen, Mixed, Ceylon-ladla.
gle one Reach bat.
HERB IS ALL. YOU HAVE TO DO
Anv ba&eball team or Individual
within the twenty-mile radius can
take advantage of this offer. MEM
BERS OF TEAMS OK INDIVIDUALS
SHOULD SEND US THEIR NAMES
AND ADDRESSES IMMEDIATELY.
AND WE WILL FORWARD THEM
SUBSCRIPTION BLANKS, RECEIPTS.
AND ANY OTHER MATERIAL
NECESSARY TO bTAUT THE CAM
PAIGN. '
Each subscriber obtained must be a
new order- to the DAILY AND SUN
DAY TIMES FOR ONE MONTH that
18. some one who has not taken The
Dally and Sunday Times reKulaxIy
thirty davs previous to March 31. 19m.
Each subscriber agrees to take Tho
Dally and Sundav Times for one i
montn, paying au cenis iur m u-
scriptlon. In advance.
No one connected with The Times
Company, emplojos direct or Indirect,
is eligible to take advantage of thU
offer.
IF
iaf
Be Particular
Ask your grocer for Boston
Bakery Bread Oeneral Baking
Company.
:
House & Herrmann
Seventh & Eye Streets
House & Herrmann
Advantage Argues Coming
Here for Every Home Need
If it is at a less price than we quote it is for a lesser quality, because we
are never underpriced for the qualities we can commend. We must be able
to guarantee or we won't offer. Your transactions here are free from any
risks or responsibilities.
Don't Hesitate to Ask for Credit if You Want It
Pure Aluminum Water Kettle
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Everywhere
the usual Special
price is $3.00
$1.89
This is one of the evidences of your advantage in buy
ing here. These Water Kettles are pure aluminum; of the
most desirable size with strong attractive handle. You
know aluminum is the best kitchen ware for service and
appearance.
Only the Best Refrigerators
e are careful so you do not have to be. Alaska and McKee are the two makes which
are recognized as the most practical and desirable of them all. Examine them and you'll see
why. All sizes in all the various
finishes.
Atlrartiv.) hardwood case, with tine
lining, spacious iroslon chamber,
uitli reinoablo nhl(.s and ample
He o.ip.iiitj lo insurt
rri'ct refrigeration
This model in niny
Kr.ules.;
pax mmmr-Vl
If v ' .-. "'. " " I
w,W-rSi7:tV-Tfci .h'T mi n
$5.85
The I'p c hct illustrated is of
hardwood, with galvanized linlnsr
vorj tonenlent size
.mil Ii KUarantccd In
every respect
nizea linlnsr
$4.25
Refrigerators from $5.85 to $140.00
Ice Chests from $4.25 to $16.50
JI".V ' " Jll
Porcelain Ln;i
Handsome hardwood case: Golden
Oak finish, and porcelain stccl-Uncd
provision chamber: hea y
Insulated double walls. SS
Ib. ice capacity, the popu
lar size
$20
A i
Splendid Value REED-BODY
ML- PULLMAN
ji I aTJii i, l,....,iJi
Neit JPMiKn, i tllent iliiish MtmnK on-iti notion.
1'l.itc mirro'-i o' Ki'oil h '. imd pit nt of ilruut'ri.
Moth Unisur a 1.1 I'liiffmiier match titlj I" C.it-
tcrn .Make un itliaLtixe tuitr.
i:itli r
Worth $10.
$7.00
one of thf mobt
-ihtly of our new
IJabj CarrirfSeiT--ts
well' as ono of the
most durable large
protecting hood of
-ecd. rear wind
liiiold, hea riibber
lired u hetls
Special
$16.25
House &
1L SEVENTH STREET
Herrmann
EYE STREET
Open 8:30 A. M. Close 5:30 P. M.
Close Saturday at 6:00 P. M.
ft Katttt Bum Sc (ftL
'Tlie Busy Corner" 8th St. and Penaa. Ave.
8,000 Sample
Pieces Artistic
Japanese China
Find Them on Street Floor Bargain Tables Many
At Less Than Half Regular Prices
We cleared the importer's shelves prior to his depar
ture for Japan to look over the lines for next fall.t Because
we took his entire sample line an extra concession was
made.
A more attractive line has never been shown, as you
will admit when you see some of the pieces in the window.
Buy for yourself, buy to give away, buy for prizes
you will always thank us for giving you the opportunity
We can only hint of items and prices. y
At 39c
At 5c
Match Safes
Halt Shakers
Pepper Shakers
Indv. Nut Dishes
Covered Boxes
Toothpick Holders
Pin Trays
Olive Dishes
Almond Dishes
Celery Dips
At 25c
Sugar & Cream Sets
Cups & Saucers
Olive Dishes
Comb & Brush Trays
Plates
Jewel Stands
Teapot Tiles
Tea Strainers
Footed Sherbets
Rose Jars
CONDENSED MILK JAR
CHOCOLATE POTS
FOOTED SHERBETS
TEAPOT TILES
BEER MUGS
ICE TUBS
SALAD BOWLS
MAYONNAISE SETS
PLATES
TOBACCO JARS
AtlOc
Cups & Saucers
Bon-Bon Dishes
Mustard Pots
Salt & Pepper
' Shakers
Hair Receivers
Puff Boxes
Cream Pitchers
Plates
Egg Cups
Spoon Trays
n TTnaaT A
At 49c
Nut Sets
Condiment Sets
Chocolate Pots
Sugar & Cream Sets
Vases
Celery Trays
Salad Bowls
Manicure Sets
Cake Plates
Syrup Pitchers
At 15c
Cups &. Saucers
Comb & Brush Trays
Tea Strainers
Mustard Pots
Creamers
Syrups
Hdld Bon Bon
Spoon Trays
Footed Nut Bowls
At 69c
Sugar & Cream Sets
Salad Bowls
Tankards
Hot Cake Dishes
Comb & Brush Trays
Tobacco Jars
Cracker Jars
Jelly Jars
Mayonnaise Sets
Vases
At 98c
Cracker Jars
Cake Plates
-Sugar & Cream Sets
Vases
Plaques
Chocolate Pots
Trinket Sets
Celery Sets
-Mayonnaise Plate
Hot Cake Dish
At $1.49
Vases
Sugar & Cream
Hot Cake Dishes
Chocolate Pots
Trinket Sets
Jelly Jars
Celery Sets
ChOD Plates
Tobacco Jars
Smoking Sets
Other Prices Range from $1.98 to $39198
Pretty and Popular Pieces of
NECKWEAR
Visitors to Washington are buying many of these
beautiful little ties and other dainty kinds of neckwear
to take home with them as souvenirs. Some of the
most in demand kinds are these
50c
At
GARLAND CHAINS,
made of a com
bination of saUn or
messallne tubing, com
bined with fancy beads,
with little chlf- X(0
ton roses, at tlul
Dolly Madison Crepe
as unine lies, in an
the pretty new
colors, at.
Argentine Ties, of
messallne piping or
tubing combined with
beads: in the wanted
tango shades, the new
greens, new blues and
nthkj. of tipw color
ings; Jl alues. CQp
Sleeveless Gulmpes, in high and
plain or crushed stock styles or made
little leatee of pleated net. at
Neckwear Store-Street Floor.
K(c
The New Butterfly
Tie. made of a very
tine quality of crepe.de
chine, in the most ex
quisite ombre
shadings. Cft
Choice DUC
Crepe de Chine Bows,
many combined with
bead ends, silk tassels,
etc.. in all colors: a
tine assortment from
which to select. fTftrt
Choice DUC
New Soft Roll Col
lars, made of fine or
gandy, can be worn on
XIZ?.. 50c
low neck styles, in cither
with low neck and rn.
Bring the "Babes" to Our
Little Folks' Store
This Is Baby Week
There Is Much of
Interest Here For You
Complete displays are to be
seen of every thing Baby needs to
wear arranged in such fascinating
manner as to be of much hdlp to
the mothers with infants to outfit.
Have the '' Weighed
Free Ball onsfo Each Baby
The Demo istration of
"Vanta Vestments9'
With Nurse Miller in Charge
is one of the most interesting features of Bbj Week in the Babj
btwothcrs it is to our interest, and that of our b.ibics. to coroo
nnrl'talk with a woman who has been &cientlrtcally trained along the
lines that espec ally have to do with the proper and healthful dress
ing of the i hUd Her talks will bo a c-ltab!e rc elation to sou of
the strides that have been made In the construction of comfortable,
common-sense carinentH for the little one .....
common 'f". VEST mH bo one of the garment of Ilrt Interest
to von It has no plns-for which tho baby w-Il be very grateful, t
ha- no buttons to be pulled olT and sewed on agaln-for . &?
mother or the nurse will Klve thanks. In Ureine the child in the
vVntT Vet there Is no neoeslty of turning the little one over-a fact
that should timke both mother and child happv The "Vanta Vest hai
a tn.oot . b.,c" n,,d seamless sleeves; it Is double over the abdomen,
list There tho uabv needs the extra protect on. It Is made in sizes
for Infant .iml children, and developed In various materials-cotton,
merino worsted silk and wool, and all silk, and sells from-
ill V
25c Up
nn. a.n i
all others, in that it is
isivn iv HlnVrfiit from
abolute'lv 'impossible fo'r'lt to slip from IU position on the shoulders,
due to the inamier In which it is con-strmUd In which respect It is very
tikt t man's suspcniiors rru w noni
25c to 65c
Littlo Folks Store Second Floor.
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