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Charles Ceas Shoots Himself HimselfThrough fl HimselfThrough 1nself 1nselflhrough
Through the Heart HeartFOUND HeartFOUND HeartPOUND
Ilnrry Jlnrr A Riley nne with Whom bom He HeBoarded lIconrtletl lieBottrtleI
Boarded Unlocks Door nml am Finds FindsHim Flntls111m Fincl111w
Him Partially Dressed with Revol Revolver ncolver Rev ol olver ¬
ver Lying on Floor FloorDevote Devoted Ills IllsLeisure 11111Lelsurc lIiiiLeiurc
Leisure Time to Study Stuel of Religion ReligionMentally RclhlonMentally ReligionMentally
Mentally deranged as a consequence of ofreligious ofreligious ofreligious
religious study stOO Charles Ceas Cea fortyone fortyoneyears tortyoneyears fortonoyears
years old an employe at the Government GovernmentPrinting GovernmentPrinting GovernmentPrinting
Printing Office shot himself through the theheart theheart theheart
heart yesterday afternoon dying d1 1S In Instantly In5tantlY In3tantly ¬
stantly stantlyHe 5tantlYHe 3tantlyHe
He was sitting In a chair in his room roomat roomat roomat
at 6 65S S Twelfth street northeast when he heended heended heened
ended his life lifeHarry liteHarr lifeharry
Harry Harr E Riley with whom Ceas Ce bad badboarded badboarded bedboarded
boarded for more than a 8 ysar discovered discoveredthe dlle dteevtwedth vOtOO vOtOOthf
the th body about SJf JU oclock Rlley nlley8mlned ex examined oxnmlned ¬
amined tho body and a glance showed showedTeas showedCea howedC
Teas C Cea AS was beyond human assistance Po Police Poli P0Iie ¬
lice li Iie of the Ninth precinct made an in investigation InesUgation investlgatlon ¬
vestigation after which Coroner Nevitt Nevittissued Ne1ttI NevtttIssued
issued I sued a certificate of death by suicide suicideWorked suleldeVorketl suicideWorked
Worked in Print Printcr PrintcrC Prln1erCas cry cryCeas
Ceas C as bad been employed at the Govern Government Government Governnient ¬
ment Printing Ontce O ke for about eight eightyears otg eightear tt ttear5
years ear5 ear lie was Wl8 unmarried About a year yearago yrago eAr eArago
ago he engaged a room room at the Riley Rlleyhouse Rileyhouse Rileyhouse
house Ceas never Intimated a desire to toond toend toend
end his life so far as ha na been learned learnedIt leunedIt
It was wa known kDOI Ceas devoted most of his hisleisure hisleisure heleisure
leisure time to the study of religion religionHe religionHe religionHe
He frequently talked on the subject bject IDa Htaone IDaone fle fleOne
one fallacy seamad to be a a desire to ar argue argue argue ¬
gue on perplexing questions concerning concerningvarious c concerningva1ous ftcernlngatious
various forms of worship worshipIn p pIn
In the latter months of his life tie Cia Ceaswas CMSlRS Ciawas
was looked on as a religious fanatic His Hisfriends Hiafriends Hisfriends
friends feared f ed he would grow insane 9 if ifhe ithe Ifhe
he continued his studies Efforts to per persuade persuade persuade ¬
suade him to abandon what was termed termedhis termodhis termedhis
his hobby were unavailing unavailingSubject UBavaWnXSubject unavellingSubject
Subject to Fits FitsIt FitllIt Fit FitIt
It is thought Cia C was subject to fits fitsof fitsor ts tsof
of Insanity It is probable he was 88 in insuch Insuch Insuch
such a frame of mind when he arose aroseyesterday a1M4te arne arneyesterday
yesterday e terday afternoon att OOft He dressed in inpreparation Inpreparation InpreparatIon
preparation for supper as he was due to tobegin tobegin tobegin
begin work at S oclock o eloek at night nightWhat BightWhat nightWhat
What transpired in th the room where whereCeas whereCellS whereCea
CellS Cea committed suicide will never be beknown beknown beknown
known He wrote wrot no notes in explana explanation explanatIon explanation ¬
tion of his act No one heard the re report report report ¬
port of the revolver Riley went to the theroom theroom theroom
room to arouse Ceas Cea A knock at Il t the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door brought no response re ponao Riley unlocked unlockedthe unlockedthe unlockedthe
the door and entered Ceas Cea sat it t in a achair ahair achaIr
chair hair in the center of the room He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was partially dressed On the floor be beneath benlath bernath ¬
neath the chair was u a Xcaltber Ke eaIber Jl er revol revolver revolpr revelvr ¬
ver pr The drawer draw where Ceas had kept keptth keptthp keptflt
th thp < > weapon was open openCeas openCeas openCeas
Ceas is survived by three brothers brothersGeorge brothersGeor brothersGeorge
George Geor T Samuel I and andRobert Robert obert E k Ceas Ceasand Ceasalllone Cesaii
and alllone aii one sister tr Mrs rs Bite 311 SiMon of otw ofXew M MNew
New w York Y rk rk avenue northwest No ar arrangements arr arrngements ¬
rangements r have been made for the tit fli flint 11n runral ¬
n nral nt rat ratDISAPPROVED
Auditor AndiorTwecilales TrrecilalcM Plan Would ould Com Complicate JODIpUente Oornpliente ¬
plicate lUntterJt lint tors He Declare DeclareJudge DeclnreJudKe DecInreJudge
Judge William H De Lacy comments commentson comnieniout
on In the apparent shortage of ttSjt In IntliR Intile Intlu
tile accounts of former Deputy Clerk ClerkMeiTlam ClerkUtrrlam ClerkMerriam
Merriam of the Juvenile Court in an anofficial aniflitial anflkial
official report taken up for consideration considerationby
by the Commissioners CommissionersAuditor CommiuionefSudltor Commissionersudttor
Auditor udltor Tweedales suggestion aestlon that some someofficer SODMffker someffier
officer ffker be authorized to receive the money moneyoming moneyjlming moneyirning
oming into the court does not meet with withthe withtIt Withthe
the approval of Judge De Lacy La y H He says sayssuch sayssuch S Ssu
such su < h a plan will In complicate matters de delay deJay dolay ¬
lay the payment t of the nonsupport funds fundsto fundito fundsto
to needy women and children and ud entail entailheavy entailheavy entailheavy
heavy clerical work for which there is no noprovision noproilion noprovision
provision provisionIt
It is suggested by Judge De Lacy that thattho thatth thattI
tho th tI better plan is to place additional additionalfinical additionaldpfical additionaltierical
finical help at the Juvenile Court have havethe havethf havetbp
the funds paid out direct to tf7 beneficiaries beneficiariesand benefkJariesIntI beneliciarlesnd
and nd thus facilitate the transaction of ofbusiness otbusiness ofbusiness
business businessLocal businessLocal
Local Applications ApplicationsAvail ApplicationsAvail
Avail Nothing NothingA
A Fair and faultless au1t1ess Complexion Is IsGained IsGained IsGained
Gained Only By Purifying Purifyingthe P Purifyingthe ifying ifyingthe
the Blood BloodA
A Trial Fnckngc Pnckn e of Stuart Calcium CalciumAVnfcra Cnlclumnrers CnliiluniWnfer
AVnfcra Wnfer nrers Sent Free FreeTr JreeTt FreeT1
Tr beat and only permanent colors colorsof oolorsIf colorsof
of tne face are those which Nature
herself paints a1nts thereon not on the sur ¬
face of the skin kln but down underneath underneaththe undernMththe
the cuticle and which can be supplied suppliedonly suppliedonly
4 only by a strong current of pure rich richred richred richred
red blood constantly flowing through throughthe through111e throughthe
the capillaries or superficial blood yea vessels yeaoIa 08 ¬
sels oIa ls in such a e way wa as to maintain a per ¬
fect condition of the skin with the pores poresfmtirely poreAntirely poresntirely
fmtirely unclogged by foreign or effete effetematter etetimatter effetematter
matter of any kind kindIt kindIt kindit
It Is Impoalble Impo lble to estimate the num ¬
ber of dollars yearly wasted through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the vain aln and foolish fooU h attempts of pen pecmi pe0 penpie
pie to rid their faces of pimples blotches
blackheads and mi other oth r facial bleml blemishes he
by using salves ointments lotions cold coldcreams coldcreams coldcreams
creams c to say noting of the wide widespread widespread widespread ¬
spread use of facial massage both man manual manual manual ¬
ual and electrical by which they attempt
to coax the thin and sluggishly flowing
blood to the cheeks in order to give them thema
a rosy and healthy appearance and al ¬
though by such methods they may suc succeed succeed sueceed ¬
ceed In drawing the blood there tem temnently tmporarlly ternporarily
porarlly they cannot keep fl there perma permanent11 permanently
nently as only Nature can do that and andcheeks andm
m haIr an hour or so later the massaged massagedchecks massagedcheeks
cheeks are as pallid as beCore beCoreThe beoreThe beCoreThe
The skin food fallacy is another one onaof oneor oneof
of the many foolish fada of the day The TheskIn Theskin
8k skIn In has no more power of absorption absorptionthan absorptiontLan absorptiontLan
tLan a rubber coat and Is simply an en enflope ennlope
flope lope over the muscular system for
the th protection of the body bod and is intended
to keep things out not to admit anything
The epidermis or outer skin Is con conPtantly conFtanUy contantly
Ptantly peeling off The epithelial cells clls
drop away carrying with IUl them the things thingswhich thingswhich
which hove been applied to the skin
The skin kln cannot be fed from the out outside outsid outside ¬
side sid and nothing of o a nutritious heal ¬
ing or fatproducing character can be
Introduced through It so that tho time timev tlm8and timeand
and Jnone money spent on socalled skin
v > > < > lwu nm nmi
foods i are simply wasted for such
treatment Is contrary to Nature and
the th skin like every other organ of the t1t
bady bad must receive Its nutriment from
the Inside Insideblackheads InsideIf Insideit
If your complexion I Is fun of pimples
blackheads liver spots or blotches blotctl
dont waste time on local theatmant
but purify the blood thoroughly and
these the bleml blemishes hcll will quickly depart
STUARTS CALCIUM WAFERS are aregetting arcgetting aregetting
getting excellent exct > llent results In curing all allskin anskin allskin
skin and blood diseases and not only
do they rid the blood of all Impurities
but also build It up and strenghten and
Increase the blood current curr nt making tho thocheeks thocheeks thecheeks
cheeks rosy rOB removing pallor and wrinkles wrinklesand wrlnklosand wrinklesand
and causing the whole countenance to t
fairly beam with good health <
Secure a box be of those bloodpurifying blood urlf3lng
and complexionclearing wafers afers for SOc SOcand 500and iOcand
and make your skin smooth rosy ro and
free from blemishes and wrinkles Also
forward your name and address to the
F A Stuart Company ITS li Stuart Bids BIdS flld
Marshall Mich for free sample paokajte
AntoLitM luu to 0 Aotc So rothtppeal Appeal of Justice JusticeWrlgrlita JosueVrJght JusticeWrights
Wrights VrJght Decision DcclnionJustice DccblonJustice DecisionJustice
Justice Wright right of the District Suprome SupromeCourt SupromeCourt SupremeCourt
Court bas declared tho wheel tax on onautomobiles onautomobiles onautomobiles
automobiles to be valid validTho validTbo validThe
The wheel tax on automobiles owned ownedand ownedand ownedand
and operated in the tJ e District was imposed imposedby Imposedb imposedby
by b the last District Dl trkt appropriation act and andprovided andprolded andprovided
provided a tax of J8 3 on all automobiles automobileshaving automoblloshaving automobileshaving
having seats for two persons pc ns and 2 each oachfor O eachfor ch chtor
for additional ftddltlonalslats ftddltlonalslatsLoroy seats seatsLoroy seatsLeroy
Loroy Mark brought suit in behalf of oftho ottho ofthe
tho owners to have the law declared declaredinvalkl declaredhwalk1 declaredivalk1
invalkl on the ground that tho tax WHS WHSdouble wait waitdoublo sa sadouble
double It is understood an appeal will willbe wl11be willbe
be noted in behalf of tho automoblllsts automoblllstsDEFEAT nutomobtJIsts nutomobtJIstsDEFEAT automobilistsDEEEAT
National Nut bun Law School Champion ChampionTeam Chnmilionrcunl Championlcant
Team Declared Victor VictorNeedham VictorNeedhani Ictor IctorNeedham
Needham Debating Society SClot went down downin downIn downhi
in defeat before the National Law School Schoolteam Schoolteam Schoolteam
team in the assembly assem l3 hall of George GeorgeWashington GoreWashIngton GeorgeWashington
Washington University last night Eus Eustace EtI8tIlee Enstee ¬
tace tee D Smith John L McMaster and andJoseph andJOieph andJoseph
Joseph II 1 Young argued for the victors victorsThat victorsThat lctOrLhltt
That hltt the establishment of a central centralbank centre1bank centralbank
bank of issue under government control controlwouhl controlwonkl controlwouki
wouhl promote the economic interests of ofth oCthe ofthe
the th country was the subject of di 1 discus discusston = cu cusion ua uaslon
sion Needham Society Soclct took the alllrma alllrmative aJUrmaUve afllrmative
tive and the til Law School the negative negativeThe n negativeThe the theThe
The Needham team was A F Millott MillottArthur MiIlottArthur 1U1ottArthur
Arthur J KauB and Oscar Thompson ThompsonCharles ThompsonCharles ThompsonCharles
Charles E Howe treasurer American AmericanSecurity 4tmoricanSecurity AmericanSecurity
Security and Trust Company Owen T TReeves TReeves TReeves
Reeves jr national bank examiner and andJ andJ andJ
J O ManS lt of the Treasury Depart Department DOpltment Departmeat ¬
ment were judges John G Capers for former torIftir foriner ¬
mer Commissioner of Internal Revenue Revenuepresiding Rennuepr8ldlng Revenuepresiding
presiding started the proceedings by lay laying layin laylug ¬
lug in down the rules of debate Mr Millott Millottof Millottof nnouor
of Illinois spoke > first lit for the affirmative affirmativeJoseph aft1rmatheJOHph aflirmativeJoseph
Joseph II 1 Young ofQtovr York York closed closedthe eiOlec1the closedthe
the debate for the Law School He was wasa wuII wasa
a favorite with the audience audiencePLEAD audlel audlelPLEAD audiencePLEAD
Park View Iew Citizen Will 111 Petition PetitionCoiiKrehs PetitionCongress letltlonCougret
Congress for Appropriation AppropriationCitizens 4ipproria1IonCitizens llIrOlrlntlonCIUns
Citizens of Park View and adjacent com communities 00IftmunlUes coinmuntlies ¬
munities held a mass meeting in Whitney WhitneyAvenue WhitneyAvenue Yhltne YhltneA
Avenue A nue Christian Church last night and andpetitioned andUtionoo andpetitioned
petitioned Utionoo Congress Con eN to reinstate In the theDistrict theDitrlct theDistrict
District appropriation e bill th the item pro providing ptGtldtng prokUng ¬
viding kUng for the erection of a twelveroom twelveroomschoolhotsse twelveroomscltoolhoUl twelveroomschoothoucO
schoolhotsse in that section sectionRev eettonRev sectionRev
Rev W Yo V E Smith pastor of the thelchurck thelchurckprestded ichurch ichurchpresided lchurchpresided
presided and arid Introduced T A Teller Tellerchairman Ten Tenchairman Tellerchairman
chairman of the school committee as the thefirst theftrat thefirst
first speaker Mr rr Teller outlined the thenecessities th thn thenoeaeItles
necessities n IUea for a school stating a canvass canvassskewed eanvaaI canvassshowed
skewed I the need was pressing pressingPresident prosslnrPrtstdont pressingPresident
President Cromwell of the Petworth PetworthCltlMR PetworthCttlaena PetworthClttmns
CltlMR Association stated there were wereapproximately wereappre1mately ere ereapprQ
approximately apprQ tely 1MO it4 children In Park View Viewand Viewand Viewand
and Petworth with one schoolhouse of offour o ofour offour
four rooms ns to accommodale aecommodaJt them Judge JudgeBundr Jud JudgeBundy e eBundT
Bundr president of the Columbia Heights HeightsCitizens HehtsltlHMI HeightsAesciatlon
Citizens ltlHMI Association epok epeko of th the neces necessity nteNslty necessity ¬
sity of a schoolhouse lhoUH in Park View Vie Rev RevMr RevJilr RevMr
Mr Butler made a few remarks and de declared dttdared declaret ¬
dared it was folly to economize In educa education education educetion ¬
tion tionA
A resolution directing the secretary to tosend tolend tosend
send copies dt the proceedings proe of th thmeeting the themtln themeeting
meeting mtln to the chairmen of both the Sen Senate Senate Seeate ¬
ate and House Committees on Appropria Appropriations ApproprtaUons Approprlatioris ¬
tions and to the Commissioners as pro proposed propoHd propeon ¬
posed peon by Arthur L Webb was IIi > carried carriedARMY carriedARMY carriedARMY
Army Orders OrdersS OrdersdIAeat OrdersSsdJAiL
sdIAeat S coodLi at DONALD DO ALD M I liEERE jEER oar l lIIieIcI lIIieIcIArtiDeu Plaid PUdArtUkrr PlaidArtifleTy
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The following nanol afflcvn will report spor te t MeatOok Meat JJeut0aL
Ook WILLIAM A NICHOUS TkttfcMitli In Intartry Infht1 Infatrj
tartry pmMent t of UW esaRl ewekths mM l6lll f to k4 < 4 at Frt BoctLM FGrtLa FrtLetnrctth
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Dent HENRY S BKIXKKIUIOFF Jr Ninth NinthInfantry NiuthIDfalltry NinthInlintry
Infantry Served Dent FRANK C McGUXX McGUXXSixteenth lcCUNXSlxueoth CGUNX CGUNXSixteenth
Sixteenth Infantry InfantryHa InraDtryas Infantryit
Ha as it EDWARD l P OHERN OUER OrdnMOp Depirtment Depirtmentwill I lifiartaintwill
will make not to exceed four ttttt tLa to Itidmoad Itidmoadprior ItiduMDdIrior UIcbSeQOdw
prior w Uv t April 1 oa oflteial oIieilLea al baitoMt baitoMtLeave tnMi tnMiLasee
Leave Lea of a aisrore bt Me for two Month oetM is granted pan rantet Pint PintLieut PIrttIieuf
Dew BENJAMIN M t BAILEY Fifth Field FieldArtillery PkJdAnillnJ FieldArtllkri
Artillery ArtilleryThe AnillnJThe ArtllkriThe
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VAN DKUSEN D1ClS DETSE Eighteenth Infantry T o 01 his hisoommMon hisOJIIUDaioD hisrnmmlauion
oommMon baa ha been accepted by the Pre PiecideotLoire deDLLean JrdeetItve
Loire of absence 3tw ce for fourteen fow due daJ to take e Jectupon edetum 0rct 0rctupon
upon um his II hi relief from fe duty at Fort ItorrancM ItorrancMFk BHraIlCUIa JiirnaFla
Fk Ia ii granted Lieut Cal WARKBN 1 It NEW NEWCOH XKWCO NEWCOM8
COH CO COM8 Coast Artillery t iliery Corps CorpsMa CorJ5Maj CoqaM4
Ma Maj GEORGE BELL IL Jr iMfMeter nt ter VtMttl seeI 1 will willretain 1011at siltNUnu
retain at one to Vaaeonwr AIIee Itamcks Vtth W WaacI Waiband Vtthand
and reaniM his hi chats at headquarter Dentrt Dentrtcat Dtttt Deitaet
cat t of o the OotaNett OotaNettXnrnl chluabiaNaval
Naval Order OrderThe OrelerllTIle OrdersThe
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CbBBunder W Y W GIIjMEIt GII lElt1JIdm orders of January B BModified Dcl IiModith4I
Modified dotaened cl duty eoowMnd ncI CMttoe to toduty toduQ Induty
duty coawandinff 1Idi1lll Padnoah PadnoahCommander PrtdueIbC NdnamhCoamisuidri
Commander C J 1 L r PUKCEU detached doty trmandin c ee eems at atnutndir
nutndir mandin ms < Padua Pldu Peduceb h U Ii > Nan Medial School SdtcolllDl SdtcolllDlPta1 llot llotpiUl lie liefor
piUl for treatment treatmentWEATHER t IrvateamztWEATHER rntlDel1tWEATHER
U I S 5 Dept of Agriculture Weather V Iiom IiomWMhtegton n nw Thuee ThueeWsIngtcm
WMhtegton w StcnUf S Jan 153 p p pNr M MFair amPair
Fair weather will prevail ireII Sunday and Monday lIoada in inthe iathe inthe
the Middle Atlantic and North or Atlantic Jtlantlcwtth States Statesirtth Statesith
irtth rfeiuc rla4u temperature Monday ay Fair weather and andMckraie aDdpaaturo med4nMe
Mckraie 4nMe tewpcraUiro paaturo is indicated I for the South SouthAtfeftUe iAttA SoothAtilc
AtfeftUe AttA and East Gulf States Sunday and Monday MondayTbent 1laadarlbeN MondayThee
Thee are no indications ns o I any dIa change to colder ra rathe Ia Iatile intb
the tb Mfcataippi 11 Valley and the dttriete Mat thereof thereoftaring UIenidwtDI throdidils
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Special clal to The Yasfelnrtoo Herald HeraMHarpers HeraldUarpen HeraldHarperm
Harpers F PmT ry W Va a Jan JaR KtiheDaBdwili dear dearawl olearAltd eear eearaed
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Rev Re Reuben Bunyea pastor of the theFirst theFirst theFirst
First Baptist Church of Chelsea N J Jhp JhIs Jlip
hp accepted accept d a a call to Handle Highlands HighlandsBaptlet HighlandsSapUet Highland8flaptiet
Baptlet Church He will preach his first firstsermon llntsermon firstsermon
sermon here on Sunday February 6
Continued from Puu lue One Onea
a member of the committee that made an anInquiry aninquiry anInquiry
Inquiry into the submarine scandal pre precipitated precipitated procipitated ¬
cipitated by tho charges of the late Rep Represontative RepresontaUc RepresOntative
resontative Lllley of Connecticut ConnecticutRepresentative ConnoctloutRcpr88ontaUvo ConnecticutRepresentative I
Representative McCall is Independent IndependentIn
In thought UlOu ht and action lie Is not sub subservient tmbsOItfent nubservient ¬
servient to the House Hou e organization nor la lahe l lhe Ishe
he identified with the Insurgent band bandRepresentative bnnJRepresentauro bandRepresentative
Representative Representauro Stevens proceeds along alongpractically alongpracUcally alongpractically
practically the same lines Representa Representative Rcprescntattva Roprosentative ¬
tive Madison Is one of th thE1insursont < insurgont lead leaders leadora leadera ¬
ers Representative James belongs to thu thoBryan thuBryan thuBryan
Bryan faction of Democracy and Repre Representative ROlmsontatho Reprosontative ¬
sentative Rainey is as strenuous strenuousProbe strenuousIrobe strenuouslrobe
Probe to 0 Be Brief BriefIf DriefIe BriefIf
If the powers that be have their way wayabout wayabout ay ayabout
about It the labors of the joint commit committee committee committee ¬
tee will bo brief The Th present resont plan Is to tocomplete tocomplete tocomplete
complete the Investigation and make a areport areport areport
report to Congress before adjournment adjournmentSenator adjournmentSenator adjournmentSenator
Senator Nelson ll will Introduce in the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate and Representative Repre ntatlve Mondell in the theHouse theHOUN theHouse
House the bills bin that are to be given con consideration considerstion on onaidera ¬
sideration aidera tlon by Congress Congr In connection with withthe withtne withthe
the Taft message on conservation Tho Thoindications Thoindlcatlona TheIndications
indications are that action on these thesemeasures thotiemeaures thosemeasures
measures will be held in abeyance ab fanco until untilthe unUlthe untilthe
the joint committee has submitted its itsreport Itsreport itsreport
report reportThe reportTbe reportThe
The scope of the committees investiga investigation hWelUptlon intastigation ¬
tion Is broad br tI and comprehensive It will willinquire willinquire ill illinquire
inquire into the causes loading up to the theBallingerPinchot tnenaUinf6rPlncbGt theBalllngorPlachot
BallingerPinchot row it will give con consideration conslderaUon consideretlon ¬
sideration to the merits of the question questionwhich questionwhich questionwhich
which provoked the controversy it will willmake slllmake ill illmake
make recommendations as to the policy policyof polle polleof policyof
of conservation and will suggest just justhow Justhow justhow
how this policy should be enforced by bythe bythe bythe
the government governmentAccording governmelltAccording governmentAccording
According to statements matemen made In ad administration almlnlatraUcm administration ¬
ministration circle circ circisi President Pro ident Taft will willbe wtUbe willbe
be guided by the report of the joint com committee colnmtttee corninittee ¬
mittee mitteeOFFICERS mttteeOFFICERS initteeOFFICERS
President Small Mnlcex Jll1lu Address to toaiuauulo toJlullonlo toiIiiaonio
aiuauulo Temple AnaodnUou AnaodnUouThe AIIIIQclniouThe AiocItIonThe
The tenth annual meeting of the Ma Masonic Masonic Ia IaIOnic ¬
sonic Temple Association was IUS held last lastnight JI1tnight lastnight
night at New Masonic Temple J Henry HenrySmall HenrySmall HenrySmall
Small who has been president pr ldent of the theassociation theatlHcl8tlon theassociation
association since I ce Us inception delivered deliveredhis dolveroohis deliveredhis
his annual address giving a detailed ac account account account ¬
count of the transactions for the year yearand yeftrand yearand
and a comprehensive retrospect of the thework tbework thework
work in the last ten years yearsHe yrHe yearsHe
He mentioned that a matter of the thegreatest UUtreatest thegreatest
greatest reatest Interest not only to the nasa association aMOciatlon nasaelation ¬
elation but to the entire Masonic fra fraternity fraternity fratrnlty ¬
ternity of the District adopted adot ted during the thelast theJut thelast
last year was U the practical transfer of oftha ortho ofthe
the management of tho Grand Lodge Lod The Themovement Themovement Themovement
movement which will culminate this thl year yearin yenrIn yearin
in the vesting of the title tltI In the th Grand GrandLodge Gl1lndLod GrandLodge
Lodge Lod e began In November 1SW IW when whencommittees whenmlttoes whencommittees
committees mlttoes from the association and the thoGrand th thGrand theGrand
Grand Lodge were appointed for that put nurIMW purpM4 putpose
pose pM4Repor poseReports t tReports
Reports Repor of the secretary and treasurer treasureras
as to the Jinancial transactions traa etions showed showeda
a a gratifying Ufyln increase Iner in the last year yearThe yeaIThe yearThe
The election of otHcers resulted r aU6d as tel fellows 181ows tellows ¬
lows President l e teat J Henry Small vice vicepresident vtc vtcpreiident iceprMklent
president Matthew Trimble secretary secretaryP
F R n Underwood treasurer James JamCiStinaple A ASample ASample
Sample counsel J J Darlington DarlingtonExecutive Dtrl1altoaExecutle DerllngtoisExecutive
Executive committee S S R R Bond James JamesA JamesA
A Wetmore Benjamin S Graves Alex Alexander JIxa Alexnader ¬
ander a ler McKensie George W V Evans EvansHenry EvanHenry EvanslIenry
Henry K K Simpson on and Thomas P Met Morgan lorIn Metgasi ¬
gan in addition to the officers Auditing Auditingcommittee Auditingcommittee AudlUngcommittee
committee Henry K Simpson Lafayette LafayetULeaman LafetteLeaman LafayetteLeaman
Leaman and James B Lambie LambiePIKE J LambiePIRE ambie ambieFIRE
Edward 1 1 Cowell of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPIondN Pliilnilelpliliil1lentls JhlluelellhlnJlenelN
PIondN for Concrete Cone rete Structures StructuresMaintaining SfruetnreaaJntainlng StructureMaintaining
Maintaining > that lire losses are unnec unnecessary unn unneAfY unnecersary ¬
essary and d suggesting au reatln concrete construe construction conltrnction construetioi ¬
tion as the remedy Edward P Cowell Cowellof Cowellor Coweilof
of Franklin Institute Philadelphia lec lectured lectured leetured ¬
tured at the th Y M C A last night nightWaste nIhtWaste nightWaste
Waste by Are rO and its remedy was his hissubject hissubject hissubject
subject He used lantern slides depict depicting deplctIn depicting ¬
ing In fire tests on varieties of building ma material material materlal ¬
terial and illustrations of results of ofsomo orIOmo ofsome
some of the th hi tg conflagrations con araUons or the thecountry tbecountry thecountry
country countryConcrete countryConcrete countryConcrete
Concrete houses should be exempt exemptfrom exemptfrom exemptfront
from taxation ta atton he said because they theyare theyare theyare
are not only absolutely fireproof but butact butact butact
act ae a a Are wall and protect adjoining adjoiningproperty ncljohtlntpropert adjoiningproperty
property No 0 blaze can get through thro h a aconcrete 8concrete aconcrete
concrete Building aul1dtn and if reenforced con concrete conCIOW concrete ¬
crete is properly used no fire insurance insuranceis
is I necessary necessaryAs necessaryAs to toAS1i
As AS1i u practical engineer O llMCr and constrtfctor constrtfctorbe
be gave facts acts and flgures sures to tOiubatanUat tOiubatanUathi substantiate substantiatehis ubstautiatehis
his hi statements and went into the tech technical technical technical ¬
nical advantages of proper nreproonng nreproonngat tlroJroonngat
at length The assembly hail was well wellfilled wenfilled wellfilled
filled a number of o contractors and en engineers 011ngers ongineers ¬
gineers ngers of construction attending attendingHemlines atte attentlingReadings 1lng 1lngnendln
Hemlines nendln II for the Blind BlindThe DlInc1The BlindThe
The following Is the programme for vol volunteer volunteer velunteer ¬
unteer readings and music In the reading readingroom r readingroom tidlngrwm
room for the blind at the Library of Con Congress Congress Congress ¬
gress 236 3 to 330 p in Tuesday Janu January January January ¬
ary IS reading redln by Miss Helen Nicolay XicolayThursdsy NicolayTbursday NicolayThursday
Thursday January JanUttr SO song and piano re recital recital recital ¬
cital Mine Devonne Hempstead pupil pupilof pupilof pupilof
of Bouhy Bouh of Paris and Tosti of Lon London Lonton iondon ¬
don assisted by b Miss Katharine McNeal McNealSaturday lIcN McNealSaturday I ISaturday
Saturday January 22 reading by Mrs MrsJane 1lrsJane MrsJane
Jane C Cunningham CunninghamWill CunninghamWill
Will 111 Observe 01J crc Lee Lees Uirthdny UirthdnyConfederate JUrtl111nyConfooerate Ihirtliti ny nyConfederate
Confederate Camp No in assisted by bythe bytbe bythe
the camp of the Sons of Veterans and andthe ane1the andthe
the several chapters of tho Daughters of ofth orthe oftime
th the Confederacy will celebrate the birth birthday birthday birthday ¬
day of Gen Robert E Lee on January Tanuary1e
19 at tho Arlington Hotel HotelMr HotelIlr HotelMr
Mr Mcltinmis to 0 Lecture LectureSevmas IccturcSeum LectureSeumnas
Sevmas Seum MacManus Mac lanu Irish poet and hu humorist humortt liiilalorlet ¬
morist will 111 lecture In Belasco Theater this thisevening thisYMlng thisevening
evening on Irish fairy and folk lore loreThe loreThe loreThe
The lecturer lech ror is said to have a groat num number nurnI numher ¬
ber of friends and admirers in Washing Washington Washington Yashlngton ¬
I ton
i Claim They Hare 1I1 Been Ignored bj bjCivic bTI byCivic
Civic Federation FederationThe FetIernUoni FeilerationThe
The Equal Suffrage Association has hasaddressed hasaddressed
addressed 1 a protest to the Clmmisslon Clmmissloners
I ers calling attention to the fact that thatwomen thatwomen thatwomen
women have been ignored in tha th ap appointment apI appolntment ¬
polntment of delegates to the conference conferenceon
I on uniform legislation by the National NationalCivlo Nationali NationalCivic
i Civic < 110 Federation Fod Federatione ratfon which is to bo held at attho ati attime
tho Belasco Theater for three days com commencing commenctng cornmencing ¬
mencing tomorrow morning in which the theexecutive tneI tbieqcut1vo
executive officers of the American Fed Fedoration FedI Fedoration
I oration of Labor and national and local locallabor locali locallabor
i labor leaders will participate participateOfficers IHlrtlcipatoI participateOfficers
I Officers Om fJrs of the Ut Suffrage Association are areMiss areMiss
Miss 111 Harriett J Hifton president pre ldent Mrs MrsHelen Mrsifeleti lrs lrsHelen
Helen Rand Tindall vice president Mrs MrsF MrsII MrsF
F II M 1 Gregory executive board Miss MissAnna 1U9SAnna MissAnna
Anna C Kelton corresponding secretary secretaryMrs s secretaryMrs retnr retnrMrs
Mrs J M 1 Bradley recording secretary secretaryMrs sccrotarllrl secretaryMrs
Mrs Carrie E Kent treasurer troo urer and Mrs MrsR MrsR MrsR
R R C Whiting and aut Mrs Jessica Jos lca Penn PennHunter PennHunter PennlIunter
Hunter auditors auditorsIn auditorsin
In connection with the protest It is ispointed Ispointed I Ipoint
pointed point out that the governors of several severalStates severalStat08 severalStates
States have appointed these thc c woman to torepresent torepre torepresent
represent repre nt their State at the th conferences conferencesMrs con contoroneasmMrs rtmCs rtmCslIrs
Mrs Clara B Arthur of Detroit Mich MichMrs MichMr MichMrs
Mrs Mr Huntley Russell of Grand Rapids RapidsMich Rapids1Uch RapidsMich
Mich Mrs Abigail Scott Dunniway of ofthe orthe ofthe
the State of Washington Mrs Irs Emma EmmaSmith EmmaSmith EmmaSmith
Smith Do Voe of Oregon and Mrs MrsOlympia MrsOlympia Irs IrsOlympia
Olympia Brown of Wisconsin WisconsinNEW WI WisconsinNEW onaln onalnNEW
Fifty Stores in One Now Under UnderNew UnderNew UnderNew
New Management ManagementMcNHrN 1YIanagementJhlurH
McNHrN iVey Ve2 P A Goldenljcrir Acquire AciiuireIlalnos Acquirehumus I
humus Department Store StoreCrowd Stor StorOroeJH SoresCrowds
Crowd on Opening Day DayAnnouncement nnyAnnouncement IayAnnouncement
Announcement of the opening day of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the reorganIzation sale of the Haines HainesDepartment HainMDepartment JtaIneDepartment
Department Stores Pennsylvania avenue avenueand Rvenueand avenueand
and Eighth El hth < street southeast yesterday yesterdayunder ye yesterdayunder terc1ay terc1ayunder
under th the new ownership and manage management management managemeat ¬
ment of Mtlton R Key and Joseph Gold Goldenbftrg GoJc1rDberC Gohinberg
enbftrg two of Washingtons aslltqton wideawake wideawakeenthusiastic wklwakeenthUtriasUe wIdeawakeenthuslestle
enthusiastic and energetic young Oun bus business btWtndS busmess ¬
ness men made a new record in volume volumeof
of business 00 of f the d department partm nt stores t les of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city cityMessrs cityMeilts
Messrs 1 Ney and GoMenberg recently recentlyacquired recentlyIICQuroo recentlyaesuired
acquired the property in its entirety and andafter andArter andafter
after preparing Preparing the stock for tho opening openingday oponlngclay openingday
day of the reorganisation r sale Ie with withprices v1thp1cea withprIces
prices marked down U to unheardof bar bargains barpbtll bargebsi ¬
gains for highclass gcofc the sales sal of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the first day yesterday surpassed any anysimilar anrslmUar anysimilar
similar sale ever attempted in Washing Washington Washington ruhlnalon ¬
ton tonFrom
From I oclock yesterday morning momln up to tolate toteR tolate
late teR Jn the tb evening the th fifty stores stor in inon inOII litone
on one were crowded with a throng of cue customers eNtomen cuetomers ¬
tomers that taxed the capacity of the thel thoIn theurge
l In urge rge number of salespeople JMOpfe managers managersand I1UlnaC8rsand managersand
and others connected connect with the house houseAt houeAt houseAt
At th tM close of bustaeM b last night de department departeat depnrtseent ¬
partment store mew who have ve had 1 1years long 10agrelr longyears °
years > of experience in that line of work workdeclared worledeclared workdeclared
declared they had never before witnessed witnessedin
in Washington department stores Ii such a avolume aGlum asolume
volume Glum of l buatft4 business > usin ss and such ueh a continuous continuouscoming continuoucomtnl continuouscoming
coming and going In of the crowds of cus customers CWitomfn enstomera ¬
tomers Clerks bundle wrappers wrap 6ls floor floorwalkers oorwalkers floorwalkers
walkers managers cash girls delivery deliverymen dellveomen deliverymen
men and others were worn out when th thbuilding t1lbulldln the thebuilding
building bulldln was closed for the night nightIn ni nightin ht htIn
In anticipation of the great t rush rw b of ofueopte orpeople ofpeople
people to share In the great sacrifice of ofhighclass orblpelufll ofhighclass
highclass goods the police took the pre precaution precaution pm pmcaution ¬
caution to send a squad of officers to tethe tothe tothe
the store to handle the crowds And it is iswell I I3t Iiwell
well that they did for their services were wereneedctt wereft
needctt ft ede to prevent men women aftd ItA chil children ehlldren cliiidren ¬
dren from crowding the t e stores and getting gettingInjured JottlRInjured gettinginjured
Injured in the crush Several times dur during durI ilurlag ¬
lag I the day it was necessary for the po police po1Ice palice ¬
lice to hold up the crowds from crushing crushinginto eruahlngInto crushinginto
into the building when every available availablepace ailablepa availablespace
pace pa e seemed to be occupied by human humanbeing humanbelolll humanbeings
being struggling in an effort rt to make maketheir maketheir maketheir
their nurchases punha e However no one was washurt wasburt washurt
hurt hurtA hurtA
A veteran police officer who has h seen seentwenty seent seentwenty
twenty t nl1 years on the force aDd who was wason wason as asOn
on duty at the Hainc Department Store Storeyesterday Steweyeatenla Storeyesterday
yesterday said in all his h long experience experienceon
on duty at similar bargain sales tee In the thedowntown thedowntown thedowntown
downtown section of the city he had hadnever badJMI hadnever
never seen anything like the rush that thatwent thateat thatwent
went eat in and came out of the Haines De Department DeINutment Dopertinent ¬
pertinent Stores yesterday yesterdayMr
Mr Goktenberg said 41 last night to a aWashington aW aWshlpgton
Washington W Uihl oo Herald reporter at the close closeof elOieoC closeof
of business bW Ae that he and Mr Ney were werenot wertnot werenot
not only onl more than pleased with the re results ro romll tonulLs ¬
nulLs mll of yesterdays yeat rday business but were weresurprised wer werlurprlHd wereurpr1ed
surprised at the great throngs t that con continuously CORInuou8ly conIinuously ¬
tinuously packed their stores all day yes yesterday y yter yeaterday ¬
terday ter y and up to closing clOtltn tim time last night nightMr nightMr i t tlr
Mr lr Qoldafiberg said leI it was s the purpose purposeof purposoof
of the new ew management mana ement < to make mak the theHalnes thoHaines theliaThes
Haines Department Stores the peer of ofany orIIny ofany
any in the city and to provide for the rca residents res resIdents rcaidents ¬
idents of the city clt and the southeastern southeasternsection Mutheltorneetion southeasternsection
section > in particular a department store storewith MtOf MtOfwitb storeWith
with facilities and advantages that will willwin willwin m mwin
win the trade and hold it with an ever everIncreasing eerIncreX everIncreasing
Increasing volume volumeHe volumeH volumelie
He H said Id the stores > would ouk1 carry cur nothing nothingbut nothlobut nothingbut
but the beet of gods and w0ufcLbe kiwi identical l41entleal kiwitical ¬
tical in every eI respect with Ut the big de department de dePttment dopartment ¬
partment stores > torel in the uptown business businesssection businesssection eU eUMellon
section sectionJust MellonTaut sectionJust
Just as rapidly as the old stock t ek on onhand nhand onhand
hand is depleted said Mr Goklonberg Goklonbergan Goklonbe Goklonbean
an entirely new stock of goods will be beput 00put beput
put in As soon as practicable the entire entirebuilding entirebuilding nUrobuilding
building from top to bottom will he thor thoroughly thorouhly thoroughly ¬
oughly overhauled overhaul d modernized and andequipped nue1equlpJtd andequIp
equipped equIp with uptodate methods If Ifbusiness ICbumDNS itbtislneas
business enterprise enterDrl e liberality and apKrew apKrewsive UKrNlIIv8 aggresalve
sive methods coupled with publicity will willaccomplish willaccomplish willaccomplish
accomplish it we intend to liavo hsatvothe the moot mootpopular Jfto mostpopular t tpopular
popular and successful and widely wld y known knowndepartment knowndepartment kmiovndepartment
department store in the District and will willcater willcater rhllcater
cater for the trade of all sections of tho thoDistrict thoDbtrlet lie lieDistrict
District and outlying territory territoryFor terrttor terrttorFor territoryFor
For a score of years the HainoB 1IalnOJl depart department departmeat leptrtmcnt ¬
meat store has supplied the needs h 13 of ofSoutheast orS ofSoutheast
Southeast S uthoast Washington ashlnston with InoroHftlhg InoroHftlhgefficiency ItcrOfhlfiomclenc incroashti incroashtiefficiency
efficiency omclenc as the years went by And tho thowho t1ltHI t1ltHIwlao lies lieswho
who have watched the evolution of the thedepartment nl nldeparunent thedepartment
department store in that HeUon metionWokonte metionWokontethe eeUonw wOko wOkothe olconi olconithe
the transfer tr to Messrs Ney awl Golden Goldenberg Oohlfmberg Gohilenberg
berg as the final culmination of the he per perfect perfccttore t t tfeet ¬
feet fccttore itore
OrneI mega til tilThe il ilThe >
The Great GreatFamily GreatFamily
It Family Liniment LinimentFor
For RheumatismLumtarjo Sprains Bruises BruisesQe
Sore Qe Throat Cold in Chest Asthma Bron Bronchitis Bronchi Bronclutis ¬
chitis chi tis Difficult Breathing ColdinHead Cold in inHead Head It Itffives ItEJ Itffive
ffives EJ ffive ves quick relief 1O925 lO 25 5O 5O3Milhion
3 Million Bottles sold every year yearI
Ooutlnllcel font limed from Pace One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of meats vegetable and food oo 1 down to toreasonable toreasonable toreasonable
reasonable figures figuresIn figuresIn SUre SUreIn
In other words either to the general generalmembership generalmombershlp generalmembership
membership mombershlp of the league or to a section sectionof sectionof ecUonor
of that membership mombcrshlpJ1lng living in some par particular particular partlcuiar ¬
ticular locality will go forth tort an order orderthat orderthat orderthat
that the members of the league in that thatparticular thatparticular thatparticular
particular territory will not use a certain certaincommodity certaincommodltYtlfty certaincommoditysay
commodity commodltYtlfty say beef heoftor for a I certain period periodor
or beginning at a certain date The re result result resuit ¬
sult the promoters believe boll eve will be to tocompel tocompol tocompel
compel wholesale dealers apd combina combinations combinations combinatlons ¬
tions of all sorts to coma across with the thecommodity thecom thecommodity
commodity com mod It under Interdict Int lct at a ii reason reasonable reaonable reasonable ¬
able price priceIt priceIt
It was emphasized that the success of ofth orthe ofthe
th the leagues object will depend upon the thestrict thettrlct thestrict
strict observance by all members of the theorders theordors theorders
orders for abstinence from rom the interdict interdicted ¬
ed article during the period recommended recommendedby
by the central organization organizationRepresentative organizatlonRepre organizationReprosentatiy
Representative Repre ntatlve Harry H rry M M Coudrey of ofMissouri otMls ofMissouri
Missouri Mls url presided Dr Emil L I Scharf Scharfmaster Schartmater Scharfmaster
master spirit in th the formation of this thisleague th thisleague l lletguo
league against the food barons wan wanelected wallelected waselected
elected president The lb following followtn other otherofficers otherofficers otherofficers
officers were elected Vice 1ce president pr ldent J JLynn JLynn 1 1Lynn
Lynn Tangle of Th The Washington Herald Heraldsecretary HeraldsOCrotarr Heraldsecretary
secretary John Milton treasurer pro protern protam protern
tern Edward G Sckarf directors to tocomplete tocomplote tocomplete
complete the l hoard oard of which the th four fouroflkers tourofl1cel1l fourofficers
officers are also a members Representa Representative Repretl8ntattve Representathe ¬
the Coudrey Coudre John B Colpoys president presidentof
of the Central Labor Union and Mrs MrsMary MrsMary MrsMary
Mary Fits Parker ParkerWill ParkerWill
Will 111 Ignore Trusts TruiitHDr TrustsDr rrut rrutDr
Dr Scharf in explaining CXpla1I D the objects objectsof ob objectsof tI tIoC
of the league said it proposes to ignore ignorethe IgnorpUli ignoretime
the truft trutI rather than to light them In Inmentioning InmenUonhg Inmentioning
mentioning the effectiveness of the meth methods method mothotis ¬
otis od proposed to b be put into operation operationDr
Dr Scharf Sch rC cited the success 8uc < e which at attended attORded attended ¬
tended the boycotting boycotU of cofte cof coffee when whenthat whenthat whenthat
that article was under the ban in Ger Germany Germany Germany ¬
many because b cau of its high cost The pro people propie o opie ¬
pie rose en mass mesas and declared they theywould thtoYwould theywould
would forego the beverage beYer se and their theiraction theiraction theiraction
action promptly regulated thl th price priceCiting priceCiting priceCiting
Citing a speelde p eel clne e instance Ita e th the price of ofbreakfast orbreaktut ofbreaktaat
breakfast bacon 28 2 and JO cents a pound poundDr poundDr poundDr
Dr Scnarf said tb the league will have no nocontention nocontaaUon nocontention
contention with th the farmer who receives receivesS
S or 10 1 cents < nta a a pound for his pork The Thefault Th Thwit Thefault
fault is not with the producer The league leaguewilt le1ueIn leaguewill
wilt In attack the speculative margin and andsaid andsaid nd ndsaid
said the speaker when the price gets getstoo getstoo
too high it la I going to Jlrop JlropThe jhopTb rop ropTh
Th The oIlmen elected comprising the theboard theboard theboard
board of directors will probably have the thepower t h6 h6JOw hepower
power JOw r to pronounce an Interdict and the thethe thethe thethe
the strict > observance oi o that order among amongthe a amongthe lonl lonlthe
the members of the league IN to whom it is isdirected iscUrecte4 isdirected
directed will Ill be all n that will ill be necessary necessaryto
to bring the food tract barons to time timeThe timeThe tImeThe
The members will not eat a prohibited prohibitedfood prohibitedfood prohibitedfood
food during the period p rlod of prohibition even evenif evenit evenIt
it it were given away awayDirector awayDirector awayIlrecors
Director In Every hpr State StateTo StnteTo SlateTo
To extend the organisation it is plan planned plann planned ¬
ned n to have a a director who is a responsi responsible reaponalb1e responsiMe ¬
ble person in every State and then to tos toelect toselect
s elect > loct several evera1 good leaders for every town townand townaad townand
and city clb cI As A soon as the league has a asulttctait aBUIUc1ent asufilciont
sulttctait membership it will ill be ready to toact toaet toact
act The membership f fee t is 2S cents centsAt cent centAt centsAt
At a meeting of o Us the directors to be beheld beheW beheld
held Tuesday a a committee will be ap appointed a apofnt appointed ¬
pointed pofnt to draft a constitution and by bylaws byla bylaws ¬
laws lawsAmong la lawsAmong Wg WgAmong
Among thoe who spoke Jut evening eveningwere eveningwere entng entngere
were ere Representative Repr nttive George Geor C Sturgis Sturgisof Sturlt18or Sturgtsof
of West t Virginia who bo urged ulC publicity and andunity anduaUr anduaity
unity A S s Trundle who woo in dlscussinr dlscussinrpure dwuaah1 dwuaah1pur dlseusa1ngpure
pure pur food legislation condemned the themodlctl themodlcal themedcl
modlctl trvst as the worst or on 0 osa encoun encountered e eneountoted oun ountered ¬
tered Cape pt W M L Potter who be paid the thefirst theftM thefirst
first quarter q rter for membership and Charles CharlesHanbaek CbUluHanback CharlesHanbock
Hanbaek HanbaekFAVOR HanbackFAVOR HanbockFAVOR
Commit Conuultte lees Hold Joint Meeting Mrs 3IrnMamiuy 31rRlolIe MrsIussey
Mamiuy lolIe Prcxidlngr PrcxidlngrPlanning lrcAIcJJngPlanning lresidingPlanning
Planning for the construction of the theGeorge theOeor theGeorge
George Oeor e Washington Memorial Building to tobe tothe tobe
be the borne of culture and patriotism in inthte Inthis inthis
this city th the building bul1 ln committee o ot the theaducational theeducational theeducational
educational institutions Intkul of l Washington Washingtonheld Wa Washingtonbold dn oD oDb1d
held a a joint meeting mettUa with the tbeashlngtOit George GeorgeWashington GeorgeWashington
Washington ashlngtOit Memorial AMOdation yes yesterday YMtenlay yesterday ¬
terday terdayMrs tenlaytrs terdayMrs
Mrs trs Ellen Spnc Spencer r Mussey ey ob D akJqlD akJqlDprealded shlrapresided lrman lrmanpresided
presided The Tb members JIMIft ptaeM tbemMlves tbemMlveson tlMtluelv themaeWeon
on record in favor vor of an aMc lc which will willeclipee willeclipse 111 111eclip
eclipse e similar lI lar buildings tn this country countryconuitnlag eoantryconwmia countrycontaining
containing an assembly alMiemot hall large enough enoughfor eDOuhtor enoughfor
for any convention conventionThe CO conventionThe nntlon nntlonThe
The committee received T the indorsement indorsementof
of th the board of education and expressed expressedthe UlrMHdtb expressedthe
tb the opinion that the cttisens cUI of Wash Washington WMhlngton Washtngtou ¬
ington would lend their support supportSlmly IIpportSt1H1 supportStudy
Study St1H1 Club Entertained EnferfnlncilTb BntcrtnluelTIM EntertainedThe
Tb TIM Emerson Fivefoot Study StUd Club Oubwas Clubwu Clubwag
was entertained on Thursday T by b Mrs MrsJohn raJobn MrsJohn
John T Cole of S S28 H street reet northeast northeastTha JtOItMutThe northeastThe
The roll call was answered wered by quota quotalions quotaUOM quotaIons
lions from the ancient phnosofwers phlloeoplaer11Irs phflosopbersPapers phnosofwersPapers
Papers wora read by Mrs r James Atkin Atkinson AtklnSOft Atkinsoft ¬
SOft and Mrs lnI W V T Hastings HastingsMarrlnivc HuttaplnrrhtJtC lrastinginrrInge
Marrlnivc License Returned ReturnedAccompanied RturncelA ReturnedAccompanied
Accompanied A < omPAnied by a note saying san It would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not be used the marriage license issued issueda
a w week k ago to Mrs Georgia Kilbourn KilbournSchotleld KilbournSchofield KilboumnSchofield
Schofield widow wldo of Lieut Gen n Schofleld Schofleldami SchofteJdalh1 Schofieldand
and John H llswson a a banker of St StAugustine St4ugsUn StAugustine
Augustine Fla was yesterday returned returnedto
to the City Hall HallIocnltnntnft Halllornhoutnll 1111iicnhonlns
Iocnltnntnft Annnciniloii AlIoe lntion Meets MeetsA JlectA siecl sieclit
A meeting Inltll 9t the l ocahoiitac AModa AModation A Atlon Aseocisiiou
tion iou VM hokl at the Xbbltt House Thurs Thurstlay TIt TItd Thutday
day d nftonioon Swfllclont money has t en en1ftt8Cl beenrnted en enntuiMl
ntuiMl to pay for th tlM monument to Poca Pocahotitan Pocahonta3 Poethontas
hotitan Mt Jamestown The next meeting meetingof
of th the association aaod tlon will itl be held Thursday ThursdayJanuary Thur ThursdayJanuary aT aTJnultrr
January SO
Occnn Steamships SfcttmslilpsKwr StcrnnNlIlplYNt
Nan York J ji llArriwd Lusttani frost f Ur Urrp u uIJIIOOI j j4w
IJIIOOI 4w rp ol January s Irhu IrtnM Frtedrrich WII1MI WIIbe4iI 1Ibehn from fromIlmMN fnII frontlimits
limits II JMioary JNI 4 I Arrfwl Am out t K ew r Yo todt otr k lit litnnlCa atChavlmuv t tChfrliownr
Chfrliownr nnlCa from r New ew York Sailed Canapania Canapaniafww C Cf Caaiaimlafio
fww f fio UT UftOl TV < X > I PrMMwit l ldtont Grant rnt from MIl Uwnburjr UwnburjrNwntam Iburstl ltaamburgsnhm
Nwntam l snhm n1 from from nottcnlani Celtic for New nr York Yorkfrom YOTkfrnm Yorkfeei
from lihrrpnl tA T Trait1 < Hir itK > from Southampton SouthamptonMinurapuHs SouthaMptAJO1InIoltl SouthamptonMinnapolli
MinurapuHs free Sotithinpt 8olhaln 8olhalnSPECIALS SoiithamnptnSPECiALS n nSKERRY
7 years old j JTOKALON 3 a aTOKALON 50
614 61414th 14th St Sf NW H w Phone M 998 998I
I t tJ
420 O to 426 7th St StTwo 417 41 7 to 425 8th St StPreInventory StPreInventory
PreInventory Sale SaleMTwo
Two Extraordinary ExtraordinarySilk xtraordinarySUk fSSf fSSf3lfV
Silk Bargains BargainsI 91 3lfV EailiSi EailiSi2inch i9 P e >
SOlE SOlE27inch
A I S N S A A A27inch
2inch 27inch All Pure Silk Messalinc de Soie the silk that is in insuch inuch insuch
such strong demand this season and so hard to get is to be sacri sacrificed sacrificed sacrificed ¬
ficed tomorrow in ill order to reduce our stock before our annual annualinventory annualinventory
inventory The color assortment is complete and includes mul mulberry mulberry mulberry ¬
berry mustard olive brown tan gray atlantic wistaria old oldrose oldrose oldrose
rose cedar ciel pink navy navy light blue catawba peach c These Theseare 1hesare Theseareactual
are areactual actual 100 values To go tomorrow tomorro v at 590 590These 59I <
i FOULARDS FOULARDSThese 59c I Ifliese
These are the new 1910 designs and colors but came in earlier earlierthan earlierthan earlierthan
than rdered and the consequence is they must be taken in our ourinventory ourinveTltory ourinvelitorv
inventory Xaturally we want our stock as low as possible and andin andin andin
in order to reduce it we must make unusual prices These Foulards Foulardsare
are strictly all pure silk colored grounds with white dots and andthe andthe andthe
the new spring sprin styles actual 100 values valu Tomorrow 590 590This 9JCI cycI
S 2 8 9
This T1ii rh announcement will viil meet with approval by Lv a great num number number 1mmher ¬
ber of ladies who were disappointed the last time we ve advertised advertisedthese advertisedthese advertisedthese
these skirts You can get most any color you desire also black blackAll blackI blackAll
All 11 are made of an excellent quality taffeta cut full width with uithfull withfull withfull
I full foundation and dust ruffle all lengths actual actual5Ot f1l2 89
3 500 5Ot > oo values alue For one day rlay < onlv onlvThrough only Olll iP iP9a50 9
9a50 Guaranteed All AllWool AHWooll
Wool Blankets BlanketsI Blankets5g90 anketh anketh59OAPAR
I 5g90 59OAPAR 59OAPARllirough A PAIRM PAIRMThrough
Through an 1l1 extraordinary extraordinary piece of oX good fortune we ve have se secured secured secured ¬
cured from from rom the Royal Royal Mills of California their surplus stock of oftwelve oftwelve oftwelve
twelve cases of these fine Blankets Knowing Knowincr our capacity for forhandling forhandling or orhandling
handling large lots of Bedwear Bed fear they naturally rooked looked to us to buy buytheir buyth buy buytheir
their th ir urplus Their representative was here h re just before Christ Christmas Christmas Christmas ¬
mas and stated that they the had twelve cases they t y were willing to todispose todispnse todiS1tse
dispose of at a great gre t sacrifice We Ye made an offer which was ac accepted acc accepted ¬
cepted c pted These Blankets have arrived and will iI1go go on sale tomor tomorrow tom tomorrow r rrow ¬
row morning morning at 8 30 sharp Remember they are full size 72x90 72x90inches 72x90inches 2X 2Xinch
inches inch s warp and filling absolutely guaranteed pure California Californiawool Californiawool Californiawool
wool pink or blue borders every pair neatly nent1ybound boui bound with a 2inch 2inchsilkandmohair 2inchsilkandmohair 2inchsilkandmohair
silkandmohair binding bindin the nap is very very fine and soft and the theBlanket theBlanket tileBlanket
Blanket weighs 5 pounds p und and sells the world over overat oyerat overat
at j5o O a pair pair IKtv tomorrow or whilt the th Jot frtlasts C Clasts
ta lasts at P < e 90 u I
COLHOUNAt COLHoe t midnight January 13 IMO 1S10in 1910iA IMOa
in a h her r anartmcou apartments In th the Cecil CecilCLARA CecilCLAJL CecilCtRA
CLARA li H COLHOUJC wif wife ite of f J JHose JGIS 3ltoes
Hose GIS Colhoun ColhounInterment cot cotI1Iter COIhOUiInterment
Interment I1Iter nt private at convate convenience ce of the thefamily thefamily I Ifamll
family familyDE famllDE familytIE
DE FORDO Saturday January 1 JM JMat 1HO 1HOat 1910at
In his fortyeiahth fortYeI < hth year yearInterment yearIntennent yearinterment
Interment Monday MondayDODSONOn Monda MondaDODSONOIl MondayDODSONOp
DODSONOn Monday onda January 1 1j 16 W10 W10CHARLES 1fl0at 1910at
at the Washington hlnltOl Asylum lIospit Hospital HospitalCLIARLE I ICHARLES
CHARLES DOD9QN colored coloredat coIorfdBod coIorfdBodat Body Bodyat
at city morf mor i If not called eaU for or by b 3 3p Jp 3p
p ra January 1C l DM 1fl such remains remainsWill remainswill
Will will 11 1fe h deposed ed of in accordance accordancewith arcorcJancewith cordance cordancewith
GRINDEROn Saturday Saturda January Janua7 15 1
1910 191 at her resident real6etMa lOA 1 Fourth Fourth8tr Fourthstreet rourthstreet
GRINDER beloved < wtf wife ite of Joseph JosephGrinder J JosephGrinder ph phGrinder
Grinder GrinderFuneral GrinderFuneral GrinderFuneral
Funeral Monday January Jal 17 1 1 at 3 p pm pm pm
m Relatives and friends frl invited to toattend toattend toattend
attend attendGRISWOLDOn attendGRIWOLDOn attendGRISWOLDOn
GRISWOLDOn Friday January If U MM MMat tt1Iat 1Ileat
GRIS GRTSWOLD VOLD of N New w Dectaur Al Algd Ala Ala84ventylbc Alaaged
aged gd vntyslx years yearsRemains yursRemalni yearsRemains
Remains at t the undertaking undlJltaktn parlors of ofJoseph ofJo ofJosepit
Joseph Jo ph A RepettI 117 Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaavenue PonnliylvaniaaV Pennayivenlaavenue
avenue aV nu southeast Interment at Ala Alabama Alabama Alaborne ¬
bama bamaHARRISDeparted bamaHARRISDeparted borneHARRISDeparted
HARRISDeparted this life January 14 1419W
1910 at 2 2 p m at her residence resid nce 737 737Twentyfourth TTwentyfourtb 37 37Twentyfourth
Twentyfourth street northwest Mrs Mr MrMARGARET MrsMARGARET j jMARGARET
MARGARET HARRIS daughter usbter of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs John Cooper CooperFuneral C CooperFuneral I IFuneral
Funeral from Mount Zion M E Church ChurchMonday ChurchMonday hurch hurchIonda
Monday Ionda January Januar 17 at 2 p m mFriendi mFriend mFriends
Friend are requested requ ted to attend attendHOOVEROn attendHOOYEROn attendHOOVEROn
HOOVEROn Friday January 14 1M 1Mat 1414 1414at 1910at <
at his residence r idenct 142S Euclid street streetADAM street streetADAM > t tADAM
ADAM M 11 father of William D DHoover DHoover Diloover
Hoover aged seventyeight years yearsFuneral yearsFuneral ean eanFuneral
Funeral from his late residence Mon Monday londa Monday ¬
day da January Janur 17 i at 3 p m mNICHOLSOJCAt mNICHOLSONAt inNICHOLSONAt
NICHOLSONAt 730 II a m on Saturday SaturdayJanuary Satu1dayJAnuary SaturdayJanuary
SON son of the th late Walter A and andMary andIary andMary
Mary Iary E E Nicholson NicholsonNotice NicholsonNotiee NicholsonNotice
Notice of funeral in Sundays Star StarNAYLOROn StarYLOROn StarNAYLOROn
NAYLOROn YLOROn Saturday January 15 1910 1910at 1910at 1910at
at 10 oclock oC cIoek k a m CHARLES II IINAYLOR HXA IINAYLOIt
NAYLOR XA YLOR beloved husband of o J Jessie JessieSmith ssi ssiSmith tlSi tlSiSmith
Smith and son SO of Rev Henry R Nay Naylor Naybr a a1or
lor D D DFuneral DFuneral DFunrsl
Funeral from the residence re M1en e of his hisfather hl hlfather hisfather
father 913 R street northwest > on onMondRy onMonday onMonday
Monday afternoon January Ii at 2 2oclock 230 230oclock 30 30oclock
oclock Interment private privatePARKER privatePARKEROn privatePARKEROn
PARKER PARKEROn On Thursday Thursda January January 13 1910 1910Throat 1910At 1910at
At the Episcopal Ey Eye J 1iar ar and anetThroat andThroat
1 PARKER husband of Ruth Barnard BarnardParker BarnardParkr BarnardParker
Parker ParkerFuneral ParkrFunernl ParkerFuneral
Funeral from St St Pauls Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpispalChurch EpiscopalChurch
Church Twentythird street near nearWashington nearTashington nearWashington
Washington Circle at 130 p m Mon Monday Monday Menday ¬
day January 17 Interment private privateUNDERWOODOn prhatelJrDERWOODOn privateUNDERWOODOn
UNDERWOODOn Friday January 14 H1mb
3910 9 at 6 a m at Garfield Hospital HospitalROBERT lIosplt ifospital ifospitalRObERT J JRO
ROBERT RO 1mb ERT L UNDERWOOD of the thePension thePensIon thePension
Pension Bureau formerly of Barry Barryill
111 aged fortyeight years yearsBody yea yeaBody yearsBody
Body at Zurhorsts undertaking parlors parJorSi
301 East Capitol street where funeral funeralwill funeraHI funeral funeralwill
will HI take place on Sunday sundar afternoon afternoonat
at 2 oclock Friends Invited InvitedWOODWARD htJtedWOOD instedWOODWARDEntered
WOODWARD WOOD WOODWARDEntered ARDEntered Entered Into intoret rest Thurs Thursday Thursday
1 day January JS 1910 at 2 a m mJAMES mJAMES mJAMES
JAMES WOODWARD In his seven seventyfifth sevent3ftfth seventyflfth ¬
tyfifth year yearFuneral yeoarFunt1I1 yearFunral
Funeral Funt1I1 services Sunday January 16 16atr2 1 1at 16at
atr2 at 1 p m at his late lat residence reslden 23i 23iTenth ZWTenth 5 5Tenth
Tenth street northeast northeastFUNERAL northeastPUEBAL t tFUNERAL
UOl East Cnpltol Street StreetJ
J WILLIAM IIIA JEB Funeral Director Directorand Director1nd DirectorBid
and Enstalmr Livery in connection Cotnmcdtoui CotnmcdtouiCbtpel CommcdiomChapel us usCIipel
Chapel and Modem Crematorium Modest price priceS32 prictt pricttPenDlybanla prlcuPeuntyltanla
S32 Pennsylvania aTc nw Telepltone Telepl1 ne < Main 13S5 13S5FUNERAL 1355FUNERAL DISFUNERAL
Funeral Designs Itinenl Dcslgtu DcslgtuGEO DesliUGEO DraignaGEO
B Beautiful iatifnl Coral dealciu de3l very reasonable rtllo abh In prlca prlcaThono priaP pricsPhone
Phone P ooe 9115 1 11 Main 14th Ey 1 stl U nw nwFUNERAL 111FUNERAL owFUNERAL
Of Erery Descrlptlon DucrIDtlon1ooeBtelJ Moderately PricidL PricidLGUDE lMdGUDE LricadGUDE
Christian Xanders XandersF g gXX
Yllms rnt 1 1I A 1 inA inAeiher xl xlirlLhr
irlLhr 1u jO ttt tttrI1I11 ttteIani1
rI1I11 F niij Q Qaiit aiitj House Househ Housenn
nn ii Piw M f r 4 4I
909 7tl h St f
I ILl ll 1 01 L X J iranch anth an l bonse bonseRalph b IomaSPECIAL se r rSPECIAL
Ralph W Lee LeeCommercial LeeCommercial LeeCommercial
Commercial Bank Building Bulldin
700716 14th Street N W WPhone WPbOM WPhone
In All Its Branches Particularly Fire FireWe TIeWe Tiree
We e Want YOUR Bu BUllineN BusineesS50 5ne
Organ Pb Pboo P1itocgarh o rarh rarJi M frst rst payment on new sewngI v vrishts 1 1rir
rishts rir t Siu sllln1 Tfs > J10 10 Iidght f 75 1 Eaay tfna tfnaLAWREHCES ttrlllLAWRENCES irTamLAWRENCES
LAWRENCES 506 10th 10thI JStV JStVI
The difference in cost costbetween costbetween costbetween
between ordinary print printirp printisgandoumnorkissomallthat
irp isgandoumnorkissomallthat and our work i so mall that it u iaeatamrmga extnme extnmeto fttrlr > ca cato
to ate the other kind kindBYKOX kiI1flYltO kindnyltos
Phone tt 312 12 nth llt b ttrf ttrfAT 1trf1AT 5reetAT
t teM of The Th District Title Insurance 1nnrran Own Owntold 0 tonraheld r rId
told Id Jamarjr 1 13 n 30 a ami IkIDhnnual auraaJ dividend dividendJ didck 1 1per
J B per r soot t aad M e extr sf tr dividend of I per fae prwee < v vwere
were ae declared naimbat ysh after JANUARY V DM o oof nC1l oet
of th tl e eamimn 1t of th tbe MId company for th tb1DOIIUII the themonths v vmonUtt
months pMcedior tug JMDJUT 1 1 ifm 11 Toe hook hookthe f fUte 1be
the be UMwfer of Mock will be closed oa JUHMO Janterlin i itttt
11111 tttt and ramta ctoeed to January 3 S If 1tIt 1180ciusire i ichisiw Jclust
chisiw clust clustAT ciusireAT s sAT
AT A MBBTIXG wflJ G OK THB TH BllAKU OF 0 TRI TKlteen TRIt Tuis Tuisteei >
teen t of the 1k WaaWpffton Wa iuos Title > Inaatanoe Cenpan CenpanheU Cciepanbelt
belt JMINUUT J 13 U BM 111I a MbiHumn leal dividend drrfdendI
I jr 1 eent and an extra dividend of 1 per prrwere o otwre cwee
were declared vajrabl after gte JANUARY a aof Wo Woof amieof
of the eunivRA of tlw tU laid oo oompmy apuv for the themonths tiltIIKIaths themonths <
months pr iwetvdti cr < Hiw Jtnuary 1 1 SIlO W The bonks t tthe fr frthe Ithe
the tranafer of Mock will be rlowd OB January i iJII
1 JII 18 M and remain dnatd eed to Janury JanuryWIWIBR SI 30W 30WduelTe I IdIIi
dIIi dIIiWI duelTe duelTeIIjM1ctt
that h be baa aevernl fnd hfe hi ooutectiona with t tfonner 1fCll1ll ifeaer
fonner < PostooOnai retne Cannanr 18 and nd i now with withW withv < J JW
W v L L Owen G cre AdTtrtWnf AcI Advtrtbli A Asoncy K Jfaineey h JWJdi JWJdiwhen Udiwltonr hsi1diwhois >
when h 1Ie will b be ptew pleased d to Me hit Mead i iANNOUNCEMENT aclients I IclielatJ
Notice XoU c is hereby herebyjyen given fn that on onafter ari ariafter Ania
after a Wr thin date Edward Kd ard Floy Caverly CA Oftly Oftlyrepresent wii wiirepresent wi wirepresent
represent E F F JIITTTOX A CO O a an mar marager matRser manor
ager or of their Washington ubln lon branch offl offlThomas omn omnThorntlll OfiltThomas
Thomas IA L Hume Hum having withdrawn withdrawnfrom UhdralCrtm U Ufrom
from the Joint management mana emfnt to trontlnu trontlnutho continuith ntlnli ntlnlitho
tho th local stock exchange exhan e business neM on onit onhi onhis
hi his on account at 1 1301 F st it t 11 laW laWJftnusry 11WJanuary w wJanuary
January IS 1 ISM jal jaulot jaulotTJIPi UiIOt UiIOtTlIPi 10t 10tTHB
hnUem of the American ftMwrity riQ and nd Trait Trn Com Comiwnj ComDr Coapany
iwnj Dr will b be brti 1 at he office nn n th the northwrt northwrtcorner nortbwrtcomer 11Oi11IWtconier
corner of IeaMtfvania iTrane and nd FHlMvUi 11 Atlfo AtlfoDonJur Mr MrflrtiIWiSt trr > r rnorthirMt
northirMt DonJur in i th tbe tity it ity of Wasblnaten e 1 n C M MTUESDAY 1TCESDY i iTUESDAY
TUESDAY Januan 18 18 1910 It twelta oclock u k n DOH DOHnUItL noiiiAitLiS < x i iCHARLES
CHARLES nUItL J 1 nnr BELL ELI l lnIIdtnf lnIIdtnfJA lreddotJAMItS re < dfnt dfntJAMBS
JAMBS JA IRS F noon SecretarY SwrrtaryCHURCH MrrttarrOHURCH SecretarYCHURCH
ALT SOUI sourrr CHlRCM 1 14th and I 14 tfe Dr DrUI DIUJJftI DrUI5OEs
UI UJJftI eM 0 1 II Pierc I miniMer t CIC a nv a Loads Sundtrh Sunda1CbnoI r rmeboel
1CbnoI h ol dim ci for the tli Cunpaimtif OIIIp ttodjr ttodjrBckrn etl If IfBda Hlinksi
Bckrn and Unity Studs CUwa lam 11 a HL am moni moniwrrtce lMnIitterTke merriterrier <
terrier scran HI1MIa eii py the mtntttcr T p p m Yours YourgP YoursITeyicS oor oorleeJlo
leeJlo ITeyicS P tp e8 ItpNgtom Union 8 Po a m iiinlnt n nMnIlOO atri atrisnrmon 4e 4ecermnen
snrmon by 1 Her Htnry J II Un ilaileam l a SmaeHuja Tte 111 111VJb1k Thugnblle
VJb1k inrlW te alt sinlea

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