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A t bargains than any that have preceded l them i
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Senator Carter Kept Busy Explaining Away Ob Objections Objections Objections ¬
jections to Postal Depositary SystemOffered System SystemOffered SystemOffered
Offered by Idahoan
A brik brt k debate O on the postal po tal savings savingsbank Mylqsbank ving vingbark
bank bill that afforded much amusement amusementto
to Senators was tho th closing feature of ofthe otthe 01the
the session In the Senate yesterday Sen Senator Senator Seeator ¬
ator Heyburn was the principal speaker speakerHe speakerHe spenkerHe
He was denouncing deno nclng the measure un unsparingly unsparingly unparingiy ¬
sparingly as a schem sche scheme for coaxing away awayfrom ftwa ftwafrom ftWafrom
from the people their savings savtn s and tying tyingthem tyingthem tyingthem
them up indefinitely Indefinite where here the depositors depositorscould depollltorscOilId depo4totiCOuld
could not recover them themSenator themSenator themSenator
Senator Carter Carterof of Montana who ha1ehwge had hadcharge 1ta4lhuge
charge of the bill asked Senator Hay Hayburn Reyburn Heyburn
burn If he was not aware that every everysavings everyravings veryfavlngs
savings bank in the country demanded demandednotice dMJkletrtotice emaacl emaaclnotice
notice of from sixty txty to ninety day da be before before belore ¬
fore permitting depositors depo ltons to withdraw withdrawtheir wltbdnlwtheir wIthdrRntheir
their money moneyTin moneyTin moneyTin
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dont ont require sixty lxty or ninety days daystice no notice DOtlce ¬
tice said Mr 11 Heyburn HeyburnBut HeyburnBut HerburnBut
But we think suavely remarked remarkedSenator remarkedSenator romark romarkSenator
Senator Carter that we have some something something something ¬
thing better here than thana a stocking or an anold anod arold
old tin can canAs caDs CLAs
As s the debate progressed progras ed Senator Hey Heyburn Reyburn Heyburn ¬
burn tried to make it appear that there therewas therewas ther therwas
was a book agent plot concealed in i the thepostal thepostal th thpostal
postal saving 881 o measure He demanded to toknow toknow tc tcknow
know why tho framers of the th bill had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not provided rules and regulations for forconducting forconducting forconducting
conducting tho system of postal sav savings savIngs sayings ¬
ings ingsSenator IngsSenator ingsSenator
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been committed to the board of trustee trusteeunder tru trueteeunder te teunder
under the bill following the rule of every everycountry everya everycountry
a country that had passed P Uiled a II postal savings savingsLank savtnslank navingstank
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Introduced Into the debate a book contain containing containIng containing ¬
ing about 300 30 pages bound in green cloth clothwhich ClOt1which cloth4 cloth4which
which purported to give the rules nntl nntlregulations and andregulations an anregulations
regulations governing postal savings savingsbunks savingsbanks savingsbanks
banks in certain parts of Canada Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Heyburn thereupon scented the plot plotFirst plotFirst plotFirst
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Carter what the book would cost Then Thenhe Thenhe Thenbe
he Inquired how many possible depositors depositorsIn
In postal savings banks there would be beAnd beAnd beAnd
And then he made a 8 mathematical com computation computation cornputation ¬
putation of the number n mbcr of these books booksthat booltsthat booksthat
that the American people would have to topurchase topurchase topurchase
purchase in order to make the postal postalsavings postals1ngs postalsavings
savings plan a success successTried successrrled successFried
Tried Persuasion PersuasionSenator PcrsunllionSenator PersunIonSenator
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Heyburn He burn that the books were only for forthe forthe forthe
the guidance of the managers of these in institutions Institutions instltutions ¬
stitutions and nd that there was no dutyImposed duty dutyImposed dut dutJmpo5t
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to keep the depositors In ignorance re regarding regarding regarding ¬
garding the operation of the system systemBy systemBy systemBy
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cited tho case of the postal guide which whichcontained whichcontained whichcontained
contained information respecting the pos postal postal postat ¬
tal service of the United States a book bookivhlch book bookwhich bookwhich
which he commended to Senator Senator Hey Heyburn Ueyburn heyburn ¬
burn Mr Carter explained that it was wasa wasa wasa
a larger volume than the one under con consideration consderatlon conideration ¬
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buy a postage stamp without first being beingput beingput beingput
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This book is simirir forttte for Uw instruction instructionof
of the men who ho execute th tM law said saidMr s81dIr saltMr
Mr Ir Carter CarterBut Carternut CarterBut
But what becomes of the men who whoare whoare wh whare
are executed by the th law 18 roared Mr MrHeyburn MrHeyburn MrHeyburn
Heyburn Have they no right to be in informed informed Informed ¬
formed formedFinaIl formedFinally r rFinally
Finally FinaIl after he had analysed anal the book bookto bOOkto boo booto
to his own satisfaction Senator Heyburn Heyburnhanded HtYburnhanded Heybiirshanded
handed it back to Senator Carter remark remarking rrkIn remarklug ¬
lug In as he did so that inasmuch as the thebook thebook tINbook
book was Wtl issued for prate circulation it ithad Ithad 11 11had
had no place In a public debate debateGot debateCot < lfbateGot
Got Book Duck IlncUWell DuckWell Daelzwell
Well remarked Senator Carter meek meekly meekIy meekIT ¬
ly I am glad to s set t the book back buckAbout backAbout backAbout
About this time Senator Kean of New NewJersey Ne NeJerRY NevJeisey
Jersey crept over near Senator Heyburn Heyburnand Heyburnand Heyburrand
and whispered h pered to him that he would like liketo 1Iketo l1k l1kto
to move an adjournment if It was as agree agreeable a agreeable ree reeable ¬
able Mr Heyburn smiled and nodded noddedand noddedanti noddedand
and Senator Kean turned the trick bring bringing brlnsIn bringlag ¬
lag In the colloquy to an end ondSUNDAY endSUNDAY endSUNDAY
Petitions Flood Semite Proteatlng ProteatlngEnactment IJrotefttingEnflcttnent Proteetth ProteetthEnzLctluent
Enactment of Johnston Measure MeasureThe JlenllureThe ensnre ensnreThe
The Senate iaJtil la6tlll receiving a flood of ofpetitions ofpetitions 01 01petitions
petitions protesting against the enact enactment onaclmetlt enactmont ¬
mont of the Johnston John on bill for the properobservance proper properobservance properobservance
observance of Sunday a as s a a day of rest restin restthe restin
in the District These protests the ma majority maI majorlty ¬
jority of which are in printed form come comefrom comefrom coxn coxnfront
I from all the States StatesTh Sta StatesThe tes tesI
I Th The proposed pro ed law is characterized by bythe bythe
the petitioners s unconstitutional un unAmerican unAmerican unAmerican
I American and unChrlstian who declare declarethat declarethat declarethat
that it It Is foreign forei < < n to the American idea ideaof i idesof 9ll
I of civil government since it is a union unionof unionof
of church and and state tatA to the extent of the thelegislation theI thelegislatIon
I legislation Involved and in principle con contains ooni contales ¬
i tales all the evils vlls of such a union unionPURCELL unionPURCELL unionPURCELL
XCAV Xe Senator Succeed Pnjrnter on onIlnlliiiKcr onnnlUn onIlallinger
IlnlliiiKcr nnlUn er inquiry InIUII HoardW Hoard HoardW Bonrdv
W v E Purcell the new Senator from fromNorth IromNorth fromNorth
North Dakota was yesterday afternoon afternoonappointed afternoonappoint afternoonappointed
appointed appoint a member of the BRlltnger BRlltngerPinchot BRlItnlerPlnchot Balileger1inchot
Pinchot investigating investl tlog committee to fill fillthe fillthe
the vacancy caused mUlle by the resignation resignationof resl aUon aUonof
of Senator Paynter PaynterMr Pa PayntorMr ntor ntorlr
Mr lr Purcell was only sworn in Tuesday TuesdayThe Tueeda TueedaThe TuesdayThe
The place was offered to several other otherDemocratic otherDemocratic otherDemocratic
Democratic Senators who declined Most Mostof Mostof lost lostof
of those thos to tohom whom it was offered objected objectedto
to being second choke choiceOthers chokeOthers chokeOthers
Others assigned the reason that the tea testimony t88UmonJ teatiniony ¬
timony of Glavls the principal witness witnesstyad wttne witnessItad s sIl
tyad Il d been practically concluded and they theyobjected theyobjected theyobjected
objected to coming In after the hearing hearingwas hearingwas hearingwas
was so far advanced adYan d None of these the e ob objections objections obsectIons ¬
jections could be urged by b the newcomer newcomerHe newcomeriJo
He was helpless and had to accept acceptRAILWAY acceptRAILW acceptRAThWA1
In Its annual report transmitted to toonKreag toCon toongress
Con onKreag e s yesterday the Washington Alex Alexandria Alexand Ale Alendria ¬
andria and ndria ria and Mount Vernon Y lnon Railway Com Company Compan Cornny ¬
pany pan ny places its total receipts rp elpts at 774473 774473The i74476rhe 74I7LThe
The corporation paid out 30609 oeo in divi dividends dili dlvilends ¬
i dends and states its capital stock Is150o0o3 Is
11500000 11500000The 1500003 1500003The 150o0o3The
The total funded debt Is 2410000 noOOJ and andthe an anthe andthe
the floating debt Is 194i59COlTGRESSIONAL 15694759 15694759CONGRESSIONAL 15691789CONGRESSIONAL
The Senate Cwaraltte on Inkntale Cetli Ctmunerce Ctmunercewill C4 C4wnt
will begin hearing betri tnd tndy jr on the KBcif E1k1TOtt E1k1TOttbill kITOThCj kITOThCjili Twt > tojxl tojxlbill
bill ili the t admiHteaatkxi measure llIre propwteg prnposk amend amendments Alldments aasoinents ¬
ments to the inters IDtersle vie csHowrce eaan + eroj Jaw The hearinca hearincawill MtiriDC9Till hesrinanit
will but about four days daysTh darsThe dayaThe
Th The bill inln inldllc intndiwsd < lmd d by I b IfoprarataUre DnweU DnweUpraridiB Drt1DtttJrofldiu Drnnetrorkiiu
praridiB Jrofldiu that the Secretary of I f the th Trourory TrcuI and andnot aMnot andsot
not sot the Attcnwy t General shall pass I ia wnon upon pon the thebond theboodI theondl
bond ondl offered by auroty companies was wfcml r4f fa fannbt farorabl f firabty
nnbt irabty reported y Jttttrdar Wrday by the Ho II 1IOOS s < Committee Committeeon
on H the Judiciary JudiciaryA
A fawrable fll 11Lb report was ordered hj l the Howe Com Committee CommlUte Cornnittee ¬
mittee on the Jndtehry JII < iickry en the measure providing pmiillngt
for f r t the appointment of an additional Uuital States SUtesjudge Statesiudse Stat Statudge
judge in the Northern district of Ohio OhioThe OhioThe OhioThe
The Humphrey bill kiwvwn as a the adminwtration adminwtrationshipsubsidy admJniatntion5bipsubtidr admJnistrtjonh1p5Ubbidy
shipsubsidy massore will be taken up u today by bythe bytlM b bhe
the he > How Committee of Merchant Marine andhberics and andFisheries andPiiherlcs
Fisheries hberics The public bearings j JIfOlllbr > rol > aUr will w I last lastT 3atereral
ereral f T ral 1 wVs k It b generally understood u ntood th tI the com oomraiUee comIR coinijiUpe
raiUee IR t ttee will i11 make It farxable fa 11 blf report reportAnnouncement 1lPQrtAnnoon reportAimrnncisnent
Announcement Annoon me t was made yesterday eterdar by the Senate SenaterctamlUeo SenatecmmlUoo Snatacemlucu
rctamlUeo oa Committees of the enlargement of oftho ofthe oOhc
the hc membership of the Committee on Civil Serviw Serviwto Serrl Serrlto
to 0 tTOlv The T three new W Itorxiblican members merab < < 3 of oftha oftho
tha ho oummittee OJDm Uee will I be Senators Borah onh of Idaho IdahoKmoot ItWwi IdahoimOot
Kmoot of Utah ut > and Dixon of Montana
Lodge Iiitroduce iiitrOdUCeItCSO1UtiO iiitrOdUCeItCSO1UtiOFavoiable SJtcsol Kesoliitioi KesoliitioiFavorable ution utionFavorable
Favorable to Members MembersWANTS Mell1belsWANTS Mem bers bersWANTS
UrAC rpreK President Jr Ildent to Appoint Fir FirSenators I FlySenators l lScnntora
Senators to Awcertaln Vhethe WisetbeIrlces VbetberIJrIce
IJrIce Hne Illcren Iizcrenaed l in Last Pc PcYenraElkins Icn IcnYearsElkin ci ciYcnra
Ycnra YearsElkin KlkInB Protests l Against At Attempt Attempt Aitenipt
tempt to Steal JIb Scheme SchemeThe SchcmcThe SchemeThe
The Senate Is going to appoint a a com committee commltte COnlrnittce ¬
mittee to delve Intothe Int thc subject of the Iccreased in increased Increased ¬
creased cost of living livingA < ji jiA i iA
A number of resolution r oluUon providing fo foan for foran Ican
an Investigation on this subject hay havbeen have havebeon haybeen <
been introduced In the Senate but oiupresented one oneprealCnted on onpresented
presented yesterday e terdoy morning by Senator SenatoiLodge SenatorLode SenateLedge
Lodge of Massachusetts empowering empoweringcommittee i icommittee a acOJDlnlttee
committee ot five Senators to conduct conductsuch conductsuch conducsuch
such an Investigation will lk k Is expected expectedmeet oxpcctcmeet oxpect oxpectnieet
meet the approval of the Senate though thoughIt thougIt
It Is likely to undergo some chqttgp chqttgpSenator chqn chrz1g chrz1gSenator p pSenator
Senator Lodges resolution re olutlon was referrec referrecto roferredto roferreto
to the Committee on Finance whlqh whioh will willreport willreport wi wireport
report It favorably favorablyThe favorablyThe 0 0The
The resolution provides that there shall shallbo shanhe shalbe
bo appointed by the President of the Sen Senato Sonato Senato
ato a select 1fJCt committee of five Senatorto Senators Senatonto
i to Investigate I eathate the coat co t of living IhIn and the thiprices theprices th thprices
prices of the necessaries of life to ascer ascertain ascertain oscartam ¬
tain tam so far as possible whether such pricehave price pricehave prlccJhave
have Increased during the last ten years yearsand YOliraand yoarflI
and flI the cause cau o or causes of such Increase increaseMay
31 May 111 ny Study StUll Wages AVnReThe WagesThe n c cThe
The committee OO lmtUee shall also Investigate thi thisubject Ute Utesubjeet thsubject
subject of wages and ascertain ascertitin whether whetheiwages whetherwages whetheages
wages ages have increased during the same sameperiod salnoperiod samperiod
period It shall also al o Investigate Inve Urnte the cos cosof co coof COlt COltof
of production prod ctlon of said articles and of theiidistribution their theirdlfltrlbuUon tholdistribution
distribution and sale and shall report tc tcCongress toCongre8S V VCnngres
Congress the results o of their Investiga Investigation Investl investigaLion a atton
Lion together with any recommendations recommendationsand
and with 1th a bill or bills If In the judg judgmont jud judment judgmont
mont of the committee eommlttceleslslation legislation Is nec necessary necessary necessary ¬
essary in regard to the subjects of tho investIatSon In Investigation Inv ¬
vestigation vestigationThe v vestIatSonThe tlkatlon tlkatlonIhe
The committee Is authorized to employ employexperts omploYexperts empIoexperts
experts administer oaths and take toe testimony tOtittmonJ toetimony ¬
timony timonySenator ttmonJSenatorElklnK timonySenator
Senator SenatorElklnK Elking voiced his protest in th thSenate the theSenate thiSenate <
Senate yesterday afternoon against what whatappeared whatappearfd whaappeared
appeared to him as an attempt to steal stealhis stealhis Men Menhis
his thunder In the matter of tho Senate Senateinvestigation SenateInveatlpUon SenatInvestigation
investigation into the high coat of living livingThe JIvingThe livingTh
The Th introduction of Senator Lodge Lodgeresolution Loogos Loogosro Lodgeoeolut1on
resolution ro olu Uon which had been talked over oveiIn overthe ovaIa
In Ia the Finance Committee yesterday yestordayftni yestordayftnihe e torda tordaland land landI am amthe
the he apparent disposition to pass pI pa it alarm alarmed alarmed alarmid ¬
I ed id Mr Elking lkins who offered the first mee meeuro meu meui measire
i uro looking to the Investigation of th thhigh the thehigh thugh
high cost of living livingKlklns lIlngEl livingFllkins
Klklns El klnlJ Enters Iu terl Protent ProtentRising IJrotctRising lrnteatRising
Rising to a question of privilege Mr MrElklns MrEClklns Ilr IlrElkins
Elklns asked Chairman Koan of the S Sen Sento Sentta n nata
ata to Committee to Audit and Control th thContingent the theConUngent tIeontingent
Contingent Expanses ECPmse of the Senate why whythe wh hy hyUte
the 110 committee had not reported the rose resolution re roseution o oluUon ¬
lution lutionVUjthe utioni
VUjthe i the proper time when committee committeereports commlttoeropOns eornmittoopGts
reports opGts are In order said Mr Kean Keansmilingly KC1DmngIY Keanenhlingly
smilingly mngIY I JUI vi1l 111 either report or or oreport not notreport notreport
report the resolutionThat resolution resolutionThat r0801u1l0QThat
That is unsatisfactory un tlfactor said Mr Ir El Elkins XIkin Elrise
kin rise I am entitled to a report The Thechairman ThochaJrman Thehairinan
chairman of the committee shock not sit sitn sitOft eu eun
Oft > n the resolution I have ha asked him daily dailywhy dAilYwhy d5113vhy
why action was not had I have ha c urged urgedhim urgedhim urgecdm
him to report It favorably or unfavorably unfavorablybut unfavorabbI
I but nit to get it before the senate not stmpl stmplut simply simplyput simplYput
put ut the resolution to sleep sleepuHOCEES sleepGROCERS sleepROCERS
The action of the board of directors dlre < tors of ofthe ofthe 01 01he
the Retail Grocers Protective Assocla Assoclakm Associaktn A88OClAUon
Uon ktn km in issuing a statement Monday night nightn nl ht htIn
In n which the charges that the organiza organization or organiaaion lutl lutltlon ¬
ion was a grocers trust were denied deniedvas deniedU deniedems
vas U approved at a general meeting of the theissociation theassocatlon theLssociation
issociation held at the Jolly Fat Mens MensMub Monslub Iens IensClub
Club lub last night nl ht There was a large atendance at atendance attemance
endance and many of o tho members made madetddresaes mdeaddreSics madeddresses
tddresaes on the subject of the atacks atackshat atackthat Macksbat
hat were made on the organization by bywitnesses brwltn byitnesses
wltn witnesses before the District Committee Committeejf
jf If the House HousePresident HoueP IlousePresident
President P sltlent F A A Dodge said after the theneetlng themeeting therteeting
meeting that the directors would voulrl ouId go onhe on onhe onthe
the he stand if called upon to do so and androve andprove androve
prove > rove to the satisfaction of everyone everyonehat evcnonethat everyonehat
hat no effort had been made to control controlrices controlprlc controlr1ces
prlc rices in fact that nothing illegal lIIe 1i1 of any anyind anykind anyiml
kind ind had been done doneR doneDR doneI doneR
The Commissioners spent three hours hoursyesterday boursyesterda hoursesterday
yesterday In public hearings commencing commencingit
at it t 10 oclock and closing at 1 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The initial hearing was on tho Cornissioners Com Commissioners Comsioners ¬
missioners sioners bill to regulate the weight of ofread ofend ofread
read end sold In the District Dr Harvey HfUve W WiVIIey Wflicy V VI
Wllc iVIIey chief of the Bureau of Chemistry Chemistryind Chcmlstrand
I and ind pure food expert of the Department Departmentif
of if I Agriculture urged the passage of o such suchlaw sucha suchlaw
a law He told the Commissioners that thatiread thatbre thatread
bre read d should be sold by b weight and not notcaf notlliaf notf
lliaf caf f that some standard weight in ounces ouncesnd ounc ouncCsud s sand
and nd pounds should regulate the sale and andlot andnot andot
lot ot Just what the bread makers see fit to tolve toshe tolye
she lye to consumers Ho further said thn thnaw tholaw thuiw
law aw should be so framed as to prohibit prohibitin
1 in w 6 baker from turning out bread contain contalnng containIng containg
Ing ng g more than per cent moisture and andtlso andiso mdalso
also regulate tHe sanitary sanltar handling ot otreadfrom 01bread otreed
bread > readfrom reed from bakery to tcP consumer consumerDr consumerDr consumerDr
Dr Wiley Wile said there was 35 per r cet ceitt ceih ceihf cetot
ot > f moisture and 10 per cent of flour In the theiverage U theverage e eaverage
average good loaf of bread He pointed pointedtut pointedout pointedUt
out tut Ut that flour In the form of loaves ot otread orread I
bread > read is sola by b the bakers at from 16 to toiltJ tolti
iltJ 16 a a i barrel which Is more than three threelmes threemes i itimes
times mes what the flour costs in the barrel barrelDr barrelDr barrelDr
Dr George M 11 1 Kober a member of the thenilk themilk thecilk
milk commission and one of Washing Washingions Washing11S rashlng rashlngtons
tons ions 11S best known sanitary experts fol folowed followed foinved
owed Dr Wiley in advocacy of a pure pureood purofood pureOd
food ood Od regulation that should cover the thenanufacture themanufacture thetanufacturo
manufacture and sale of bread breadR breadR breadIt
R It M l Greathouse E D Thompson and andI andII
II I 1 C Graves representing the practical practicalAT practicalect practicalect
ect ectAT ect 1v tJdl tJdlAT
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Original t and Genuine GenuineMILK GenuineHDRLICK GenuineALTED
OJhei4 JmilaliiJ1u JmilaliiJ1uTheF JflJyjheFoodDrinkforAjlAges
TheFoodDrinkforAllAges TheFoodDrinkforAllAgesRICH TheF oodDrinkfor AlIAgcs AlIAgcsRICH
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FEBRUARY 2 1910 1910SENATE 1910SENAI 1910The
The Senate convened at noon noonArmy noonAnny noonMiny
Army appropriation bill passwi vus < d without dlsca dlscaion dlscumon diaehleyburn
mon monSetUtor ion ionSenator
Senator Heyburn continues rontlnu opposition to poeUl poeUlswings r rT1ngs reotalrnrlngs
swings T1ngs bank bill and engaged in humoroui debate de debate debate ¬
bate with Senator 1ator Crt CrtBcmal Carter CarterScrerul CarteScroTal
ScroTal District bills introduced introducedInternal jntroducOOIntnml introduoNtInternal
Internal UCT Uefene B C Commissioner Cabell Cabelllimol con confirmed contlnnfd ¬
firmed and favorabte report orderod by Kinanco KinancoCommittee irltUnroC 1thaneoCeuuntttao
Committee C < Jmtnttw on nomination of Assistant Secretary tiecrctaryCurtiL SecretaryCurtic SecretarJCurti
Curtic CurticUrpmt Curti CurtiUfFnt CurtiLUrgent
Urgent deficiency bill passed without difficulty difficultySenator dtmcIl1 dtmcIl166U1ltor dilhleifty8enator
Senator Lodge LOOl > offered resolution t1UOn for a Senate SenateInquiry SenateInquiry nl1e nl1einquiry
Inquiry Into the htefe cost t of living HringThe UlcgThe livingThe
The Senate adjourned adJ1Jrn at 425 4 oclock oclockHOUSE oclockHOUSE oclo ocloHOUSE
The House corneiicd at noon noonCalendar noonLnleDdar noonCalendar
Calendar Wednesday dnesday resulted In passage paSM of ofnumber ofnumltfr o onumber
number of minor blUe WIUSsTcntl bl1 bl1if blUeerceti
SsTcntl if erceti ni1 bilj blll rei retorted ortd favorably by District DistrictCommittee DItr1ctOomndttee DistrtctCommittee
Committee CommitteeCofltM Oomndttee1d CommitteeConideratiqii
CofltM Conideratiqii 1d raUon cf proposed vr amendments to law lawgaiemlng lawgnrnl lawsremiu
gaiemlng gnrnl sremiu e caustic consumed OOIIf > tIWtd n most t of tho session sessionThe 6eSlonThe searmonThe
The Hoaeo adjourned at 539 5 = > oclock oclockconsumers oclockconsumers oclockconsumers
consumers addressed adclre aed tho Commissioners Commissionersin corymrssloner corymrsslonerin
in favor of the bread br > l law that would give giveto giveto gir girto
to consumers a II pound Ound of bread for fof forcents 5 5cents 5cents
cents instead of twelve or less le s ounces ouncesMr ouneerMi
Mr Thompson asked for a law that would wouldmake wouldmake woulmake
make tho grocers groc grocers rs keop their bread boxes boxesclean bexesclean hoxeclean
clean and not leave them unlocked unlockedDEFICIENCY unlockedDEFICIENCY unlockedDEPIGIENOY
Senate Strikes Out Out Item for Custom CustomCourt CustomCourt CustonCourt
Court Salaries SalariesImmigration SalariesImmlgrntlon SalariesIntntlgratlon
Immigration Commission GCM Gem Aevt AevtLene XcwIen y yLene
Lene Ien c on Life 11feArUlT Army Appropria AllrOlrlaHon Allprolrinlion Appropriation ¬
Hon Bill IluiiliIlyEnucted IluiiliIlyEnuctedTho
Tho Senate paseod the urgent urg nt dO1lcIe dO1lcIeappropriation dellcicncy dellcicncyappropriation deUclenc deUclencappropriation
appropriation bill yesterday but the pro provision 11011110n pro1sIon ¬
vision fixing the salaries larlel of members of ofthe ofUae o othe
the customs court whIch hleh was created by bythe byUte b bthe
the PayaeAldrich Pa neAldrtch tariff law was wasstricken wa wastricken
stricken out outThe outThe outThe
The point of order against the provision provisionwas provllJlonwas provisiocwas
was mado by Senator Bulkeley of Con Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut ¬
necticut who ho holds that Congress has hasno buno hi hino
no right to reduce the salaries Janes of mem members members meathers ¬
bers of the court which was fixed in the thetariff the thetariff
tariff bill at HM 10 per annum The pro provision proielon provision ¬ I
vision ielon In the urgent deficiency deftcle d ficlency cy bill made madethe madetlM madethe
the salaries 7000 Th The point of ordeiwas order orderwas orderwa
was wa raised ral ed against asam t this reduction with withthe withthe jtJ jtJthe
the object of restoring r < the salaries to te te10cKO
10000 10000Tbe 10cKOThe 10000The
The Senate accepted the provision mk mkiag fJVtk fJVtkiog inkleg
leg an appropriation of W3SOO 100 iS for con continuing lontlnuln uonthtuing ¬
tinuing tlnuln the work ork of the Immigration ImmigrationCommission ImmigrationConnnblBlon ImmigratloCommission
Commission until December of the pres present presemt presirnt ¬
ent year There was much opposition to tothe tothe u uthe
the provision In the House h1oeaewItere swhere where it was wasknocked wuknocked waiknocked
knocked out and In the Senate Senator SenatorStone SenatoiStone
Stone of Missouri made a a point of order orderagainst ord ordeiagainst r rasalnst I
against the appropriation which the Sen Senate Senate ¬
ate by aye and nay vote failed to sustain sustainAfter irostainAfter sustainAfter
After an explanation of the work of if the thecommission thicommission
commission and the purposes purpo es for the thepresent theprettent thepresent I
present year by Senator Dtllingham the thechairman thecha1rm thechairmen
cha1rm chairman < < n of the th commission opposition oppositionwas oppositiorwas I
was withdrawn by Senator tnator Stone Sen Senator Sentor SenMet ¬
Met tor Dtlllnghant stated that during Its Itsthree it itthree I Ithree
three years existence the commission has hasexpended hatexpended I Iexpended
expended M 570CO iOCI Of this thl sum he said SlLII09YJO said00crjo
209000 had been disbursed for the col collection collection colleetlon ¬
lection of information tabulation of sta staUstlcfl staUst1C11J etaUstics
Ustlcfl field work ork and clerical hire hireThere hireThere I
There are SO clerks and MO 1 field ft ld agents agentsin agfntsIn agenttIn
in the employ of the commission The Theexpense Th Thexperute Theexpense
expense of the trip the Immigration Immlgr ion Com Commission Comml86loft otn otnlnIaSIon ¬
mission made to Europe was 30676 9671 which whichSenator whichSenator whielbenstor
Senator Dilltaghant said was a much less lesssum lestsum eY eYsum
sum than the public had been led to tobelieve tGbelieve t tbelieve
believe was U expended expendedThe upeOOooTbe expetwiodThe
The Senate also passed the army ap appropriation appropdaUon appropriatlon ¬
propriation bill later in 11 the afternoon afternoonsubstantially afternoonfIIubfnanUally afternoorwbatantlally
substantially as reported from the Com Committee Committee Cornetittee ¬
mittee on Military Affairs AffairsSENATE AffairsSBN AffairsSENATE
lOn Fnvornble orable Report Ordered on Sec Secretary Scoretnr Seeretary ¬
retary retnr Conic Nomination Nominationv XomlnntlonThe NominationThe
v The Senate Committee on Finance yes yesterday yeserday es esterday ¬
terday authorized a favorable report on onthe onthe onhe
the he nominations of James Freeman Cur Curtis Curtis Curlie ¬
tis lie of Boston Assistant Secretary ret of the theTresury theTr9A8ur thtreasury
Tr9A8ur Tresury reasury and Royal Ro al E Cabell of Vir Virginia Virginia VirlnI ¬
ginia lnI Commisioner of Internal Revenue Revenuen
In n executive session Mr tlr Cabell was con conirmed confirmed conIrmed
irmed firmedThe irmedThe IrmedThe
The nominations have been held in thfe thfeCommittee th thcommittee rhoommittee
Committee sinceearly sinceearl In December Dec mber Sena Senaors Senators Sofaore
tors ors Lodge Lod e and Crane were responsible responsibleor
tor or Initiating the delay In confirming Mr Mrnrtla Mrurtls Ilr IlrCurtis
Curtis nrtla They desired de lred time to look into bis bislualiflcations bisquaJincaUon hisuahflcatlons
lualiflcations Mr Ir Curtis was selected by bySecretary bySecretary byecretary
Secretary MacVeagh of whom he had hadong hadlong hadng
long ong ng boon a a personal friend without con coniultliiK consultlnK consiting
iultliiK tho Massachusetts Senators SenatorsAfter SenatorsAfter SenatorsAfter
After th the nomination had been finally finallyipproved finallyapJKoc41 finallypproved
ipproved by the Bay State Senators As Assistant Asswtant AsIstant ¬
sistant Secretary Curtis had a disagree dlsagreenent disagreement disagreeient
nent with Senators Aldrich and Lodge Lodgeater Lodgelatoc Lodgetec
ater tec over the construction con lructlon of the tariff tarifflaw tariffIW
1 law IW This ledto further delay delayThe delR delRTho delayThe
The nomination of Mr Caboli WAS ob obected objected oblctod
jected ected to by b the Illinois Senators who whobought whothougbt wio wioleought
bought the commissioner had disregarded disregardedhoir disregardedtheir disregardedheir
their heir recommendations and by Senator SenatorScott SCnRtorScott SenatorcoLt
Scott coLt of West Virginia who threatened threatenedaball threatenedCabell threatenedaboii
Cabell aball with political extinction aa the re remit ret1lt renit ¬
nit of a a difference of opinion over a de dewirtmental departmental deartmentai
partmental wirtmental promotion promotionWOULD promotionWOULD promotionWOtJTD
Bill Mnkes Discoverer of Pole 1Polcllcnr a aRcnr aRcnr
Rcnr Admiral Retired RetiredRobert lletlretRobert RetiredRobert
Robert E Peary the discoverer of thenorth the thelorth tileorth
north pole will be elevated to the rant ranfcf ran ranof
of f a rear admiral of the United States Stateslavy Stat Statna Statesavy
na lavy and placed on the retired list if a alll abill aii
bill lll ii Introduced In I the House yesterday yesterdayy
b > y Representative Allen of Maine Is Istnacted Isenacted isnacted
enacted Into law lawTho lawTho lawThe
Tho measure has tho Indorsement ofIe of ofhe oftho
tho he Ie Maine Ialne delegation and irvery every er effort effortvill effortm effortill
vill m be made to pass It ItParing itParing j jrnrlnj
Paring Waterway atcr1Ta Appropriation AppropriationAs pproprln1onJII pproprln1onJIIAs
As a rult IIIIt nl l notice given I rcn br the administration administrationiBd
and iBd at house leaden the Committee on Itircra and andLUrbors andUnbol andirtsw
LUrbors irtsw now prepBrk irsrsnetg the bill authorizing eppriatloin ftprro ftprroxiitioua approlJriItioM
xiitioua for the improvement of waterways has hasC MSbegun haseun
begun eun C m stashing expenditures and xthe the indications indicationsfK
now fK are a that the memre will carry cern 3000009 10ftOtrocad in inlead Intd
lead of WCOQOOO as asSenate proposed proposedSenate JllII JllIISenate
Senate InsKot 1nyiie Bill BillThe DillTbc BillThe
The Smate yerfenhv enJay i tlMAd steed tred the Payne bill Mftking Mftkingill hWlkit1iaU
aU ill i BOTcrnment uWipatkua hereafter bere feer kmed ed either eitherbond eitherI ther therbanda
I bond or certlfattea of indebtedness piabJe in inM InJ
J 441 M coin TMs TJri was w rantdial legislation to carry carrywt OU11out awryit
out wt it the intent of CMIRTM in tho legislation author authorizing autberizing authorjog ¬
izing jog the Panama 3 iwr Jer cent bund This meawro meawroraa 1DfilUOW85
W85 raa 3 passed In the House lIcu e last 1a t t1m week weekMR rc k kMB
MB YOUNG GIVES DINlffiRUtrecntnthc DINNERcoresemltahive DINNER DINNERleprcKentsilIve
leprcKentsilIve from New York En Entcrifiinn Entertnlnll Entertitinm
tcrifiinn Colleagues Col1en u mid Other OtherRepresentative OtherltRlpresentaUe OtherRepresentative
Representative Richard Young of of f New NewTork NewYorl Nework
Yorl Tork entertained a number of friends friendst frIendsat
at t L dinner at the Shoreham last evening eveningncluding eveningIncluding eveningeluding
Including several of his New York col coloagups coll colagues
l agues > a uC > i Plates were laid for eighteen eighteenThose eishteenThose eighteenThose
Those present besides the host and andtfr andlIr andrs
lIr tfr rs Young were Admiral and Mrs Bar Baron Barton Baren ¬
ton on en Admiral and Mrs R R Ingersollopresentative Ingersoll IngersollRepresentative IngersollRpresenta
Rpresenta Representative ve and Miss Mllllngton Rep Repesentatlv RepresentaUnd Repscntativland
resentaUnd esentatlv < jf8nd Mrs William W V Foulk Foulkod Foulkrod Foulkd
rod od d Representative and Mrs George D DtfcCreary DlfcCrear DcCreary
lfcCrear tfcCreary Representative and Mrs Will 1111lam Willrn Willam
lam am rn S Bonnet Representative and Mrs MrsCharles MrlCharles Mrshones
Charles B Law I w and Representative ana anflIrs anaMrs andrs
Mrs Irs rs William M Calder
1 1I
There I Ij > No AlternativeWe Alternative We Must Sell or Fail FailOur FailOur
Our bank has refuse to come to our assistance Only niy eight more days in which time we wemust wemust
must realize 14000 on our 560000 6OOOO remaining stock of Goodyear Rain Coats and Cray Crayenettes Cravenettes
enettes or fail To avert this great catastrophe we are offering these splendid coats at the most mostsensational mostsensational
sensational reductions this city has ever seen Never never have such phenomenal savings been beenoffered beenoffered
offered the people of Washington WashingtonGenuine VashingtonGenuine
Genuine Goodyear Garments Are to Go at a Fraction of Their Value ValueSale ValueOpen ValueSaie
Sale Now In Progress Open Tonight Till 8 oClock o Clock
I For Women
400 Ladies Rain Coats CoatsMade CoatsMkde CoatsMade
Made of new English rubborlzed rubborlzedmaterial rubbvl rubbriaedmaterial ed edmaterial
material full loose cut I Ut swwgger swwggermodel sWf swggermodel ger germodel
model These rhe e garments are all new newU newlob
1910 U lob 18 models and are suitable for forrain forrain forrain
rain or shine Our regular J10 10 to toI
15 garments Sell or fall price
I 438 4 3itl
250 Styles in Ladies Silk SilkRubberized SilkRubberized SilkRubberized
Rubberized Rain Coats CoatsIn Co CoatsIn tS tSIn
In all 11 colors and styles stylese a sen sensible fienIble censible ¬
sible Ible garment for all kinds of ofweather orwlathr ofweather
weather These Tht > se garments are not notrarried notrarrletl notcarried
carried by department d partmtnt stores or orsmall orsmaU orsmall
small dealers all our our own exelu exclusive exeluiiln exelusiva ¬
siva styles and patterns 15 to US USvalues US1lIu 13 13aliioe
values 1lIu Sell or fall priceS price i
210 Imported Parisian ParisianModels ParisitnModels ParisianModels
Models ModelsHighest ModelsBigbet ModelsIlighest
Highest classed tailored molro molrosilks molroUk moiresilks
silks Uk manufactured Guaranteed not notto notto notto
to crack or spot pot and absolutely absolutelywaterproof abllOlutelywaterproof absolutelywaterproof
waterproof make a swell automo automobile autOmobile automnobile ¬
bile or evening coat Ask A > > k to tsee tseetbese seethese see seethese
these garments values up p to 55t 55tSell i iS1l 50 50Sell
Sell or fall price prl pricei35O e
F FFor
1350 1350For 1350For
For Men
365 Mens Rain Coats CoatsHeavy CoatseHMV CoatsHeavy
Heavy HMV and light weight just the thecoats thecoats I Icoat
coats coat for stormy winter wear In Indark Indark inark
dark ark grays rays and mixtures These are arenot arenot arenot
not tl tla the ordlmtr ordinary macklntOAb but buta buta
a genuine cravenette cra > nftte regularly rt > gularly soldfor sold soldfor aoldtor
for 51250 1250 Sell or fall price priceS
S 440 4 4Q
Positively no goods sold to dealers de lers no goods delivered deliveredno no mail orders filled dur during during during ¬
ing this sale Our entire stock of Policemens Firemens and Teamsters Rubber Coats must mustbe mustbe I Ibe
be sacrificed Sold regularly from 7 to 14 All to go at one price price 350 350Notice 350Notice 350NoticeThis
Notice NoticeThis This is positively a Bona Fide Sale Saleevery even garment will be sold as advertised adn rtised We Wemust WeflhiSt Je Jemust
must must raise 14000 in 111 the next eight days or fail Hundreds of o other bargains too numerous to tomention tomention tomention
I 1307 r Street 1307 F Street III
Members Give Second Recital of ofSeason otScnson ofSensohl
Season nt Arlington ArlingtonThe ArHuJtonThe ArlingtonThe
The Rubinstein Club Mrs r A M I Blair Blairconductor Blaironductor Blairconductor
conductor gave Its second morning momln recital recitalthis recltalthis recitalthis
this season yesterday in the ballroom of ofthe 0 0the ofthe
the Arlington where th the club holds its itsweekly Itsweekly itsweekly
weekly rehearsal Th The T audience was wascomposed WUcompo wascomposed
composed compo oo of the associate members and andguests andruests andguests
guests of the singers singersThe sinselsThe inger5The
The soloists were Mrs Irs Morgan Mor 8n D DLewis DLewis DLewis
Lewis and Miss Uss Marion arlon McFall sopranos sopranosMiss sopranosMiss
Miss 1155 Adrienne Klrkman m m9OlOpranO m9OlOpranOrs so oprano opranoMrs
Mrs rs William T Reed contralto Mb MbMary Miss MissMary JI JIM31
Mary M31 Emily King violinist and nd Miss MissVera lI1ssera MIssera
Vera era lone Murray pianist all au members membersor
or the club The Rubinstein Club Clun anoegnnlsUon an anorganisation anorsanlsUon
organisation of ninety women soloists soloistshas solelstsbas soloistshas
has had unprecedented success and has hasgrown hasgrown hasgrown
grown to bo one of the important organi organizations orpnlzatlons organizations ¬
zations in this part of o the country They Theyhave The Thehave Theyhave
have gained greatly in tone ton color and andshading andshading
shading and their Uu r work yesterday e terdar was wasbeautiful wasbeautiful
beautiful in every every number Nothing couldhave could couldhave
exquisite than their ren rendition rendition rendition ¬
have been more
dition of The Night Has Ha a Thousand ThousandEyes ThousandE ThousandEyes
Eyes E es Their enunciation is clear and andalmost andalmo andalmost
almost almo t perfect the body of tone in their theirfortissimas theirfortlsslmas theirforUssimas
fortissimas like a sweeping avalanche avalancheTheir avaJaneheTheir avalancheTseir
Their versatility was shown howaifl hn in the two twonumbers twoRu tworntxnbers
numbers Ru bers the one mentioned and the one onewhich onewhich onewhich
which closed c10 ed the programme Bembergs BembergsNymphs BembergsNymphs emller 8 8N
Nymphs N mphs and Fauns for its tender t ndr sen sentiment sentiment seetiment ¬
timent the other for Its sprightlinessMiss sprightliness sprightlinessMiss sprl hUtne s slI1ss
Miss Adrienne Kirkman one > of the theyoungest theyoungest theyoungest
youngest of the club made her debut as asa asa asa
a concert tnger and an displayed a beauti beautiful beautiful beautiUI ¬
ful UI voice with much temperament le rtUnent and nndgood andlood andgood
good trainfng She sings with the re repose lepos sopose ¬
pose pos and finish of a much older artist artistMrs arUlitIrs artistMrs
Mrs Irs Reed whose who e beautiful work In theincidenthi the theIncidental theIncidental
Incidental solo in The Water W ter Nymph Nymphof
of Rubinstein at the lh clubs ubs recent even evening 6onIng evoning ¬
ing concert made the hit of the morn morning mornIng tserning ¬
ing with her remarkably good ood work In InGrlt InGritss InGritgs
Grlt Gritss s Autumnal Gale and Van der derStuckens derStuckens derStuckens
Stuckens Oh Come With Me in the theSummer theSummtr theSummer
Summer Night she 511 displayed great im imSKiN imSKIN hoSKIN
Many eczema sufferers have failed so soutterly soutter soutterly
utterly utter with salves and other othc > r discover discoveries discoverhali lI over overle ¬
ies le hali that even the assurance of the best bestphysician bestpfiyelclan bestphysician
physician or druggist cannot induce inducertiem Induceiliem Inducethem
them to t Invest another > r dollar In any anyremedy an anramedr anyremedy
remedy remedyIt
It is to these discouraged sufferers In Inparticular Inrt1cular inparticular
particular rt1cular that we now offer at pnly Jmlycents pnlyi5 pnlyb
i5 b cents a trial bottle bottl of the accepted acceptedstandard acceptedatandarc acceptedstandard
standard eczema remedy remc y a simple wash washof washof washof
of oil of wintergreen 1ntc > rgrc > en thymol and gly glycerine glycerine glycerinc ¬
cerine as K compounded in D D D DPrwcriptlon DPrel 0Prescription
Prescription PrwcriptlonHundreds Prel PrescriptionHundreds rtpUon rtpUonHunclrecha
Hundreds of cures have convinced us usanil usanll usand
and we know ydu 01 can prove instantlywith instantly instantlywith InstanUvwith
with the first application that It takes takesaway takaS takaSawa takesaway
away awa the Itch at once Henry Evans EvansHOC
HOC 100 000 F street northwest Peoples Drug DrugStore Drug DrugStore DruiStore
Store Seventh and Massachusetts lIa58chu etts avenue avenueJJorth avenueorthwsL
JJorth orthwsL S t
a < <
500 Imported Mohair MohairSilks MohairSilks MohairSilks
Silks SilksThese SilksThfst SilksTtcse
These garments are guaranteed guaranteedabHolutely guaranteedabllJOluteh guaranteedabsolutely
absolutely waterproof and spot spotproof spotI spotproof
proof I roof This lot consists of grays graysbiackt graysIiatcke rays
black > blues and tans These gar garments garmerits ar arments ¬
ments are made with high collars collarstrap collarsstrp
atrap trap soams and are cemented cementedthroughout cementedthroughout cementedthroughout
throughout Sold everywhere for
25 5 Sell or fail price
175 Silk RubberizedRain Rubberized RubberizedRain RubberizedRain
Rain or Shine Coats CoatsIn
In I a beautiful array arra of colors and andstyles andatINi andstyles
styles to select from frl rrn > 1 suitable for forevening forv forevening
evening v nlng wear In a bewildering bewilderingassortment bewilderIngn8llOrtment bewilderingassortment
assortment of stripes strip s checks plaids plaidsand plaidsMad plaidsand
and plain colors finest Skinners Skinnerssilk SklnnetJisilk Ski nneP nnePsilk
silk Custom price 30 Sell or fall fallprice fftlf fftlfpr1cc fallprice
975 975A
A Special Lot of 50 50Priestleys 50Priestleys 50Priestleys
Priestleys Cravenettes CravenettesHand
Hand tailored throughout silk silkpnd Bilkfnd silkand
and Venetian Yt > neUan lined in allwool and andsilk andsilk andsilk
silk worsteds made of Priestleys Priestleysbest Prle Priesticysbest tleys tleysbest
best cloth Included in this lot are
15 military collars These coats are arevery areYe arevery
very Ye modish and are > sold at all other otherstores othertores otherstores
stores for 522 n 3 = Sell s n or fail price priceSI
SI 1275 275
110 Genuine Cravenettes CravenettesWith
With and without military col collar collar collas ¬
lar absolutely the best rainproof rainproofcoat rainproofcoat rainproofcoat
coat manufactured guaranteed wa watet watt waterproof
tet terproof tt proof for 5 years This Thl lot con consists consists conslats ¬
sists of mostly novelties for this thisfall thisfall thisfail
fall and nd winter wear aI Only one or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two of a kind flares where the theswell thesw theswell
swell sw 1l dresser can avail himself of ofunheardof ofunheardot ofunheardof
unheardof opportunity to buy a ue ueeoat 10 10coat 40coat
coat at our sell or fail price
provement pron > ment In her singing having great greatbreadth greatbreadth greatbreadth
breadth of tone and splendid sustaining sustainingpower sustalnngpower sustainngpower
power Her voice Is an even pure con contralto contralto contraito ¬
tralto of rich mellow quality which she shehas shehas shehas
has under beautiful control controlMiss controlI19s controlMiss
Miss I19s McFall j lIcFsll cFan sang Chamlnades Portraitand Portrait Portraitand Portraitand
and Lehmans Soul Blossom bota of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which she has sung 8Un for the composers composersHer composersHer composersHer
Her French diction Is 5 excellent and sung sungwith sungwith sungwith
with stylo and finish Miss 1Is Murray Murrayaroused l1urrA Murrayaroused
aroused much enthusiasm by b her play playing pl pling playleg ¬
ing of the Chopin etude Her other num numbers numhers ¬
bers were a Chopin mazurka and a waltzMis5 waltz waltzMiss waltzMiss
Miss Emily King gave ae a charming rendi rendition renditine 1 ¬
Hon of the Walthers Preisleld The Theaccompaniments Theucoompanlments Theaccompaniments
accompaniments were ere Mrs E P Dlckinson Dlckin Dickinson Dlckinson ¬
son Mrs W W Yo W V Burdette jr Miss nSt Lucy LucyBrlckenstein Luc LucBrlekensteln LucyBriekenstein
Brlckenstein and Miss 1155 Mamie Mullaly MullalyWAGNER MulialyWAGNER IullalrWAGNER
Quickly Orders Second Alarm tnlm for forCommission forCOmmllJIIilon forCoiitniission
Commission Honne District BlazeFire Blaze DInzrFire nln f fFIre
Fire Chief Wagner agner in a flgufatJve flgufatJvesense figut figuiaqve figuiaqvesense ve vesense
sense jumped on a lire in the commission commissionhouse commlssfon commlssfonhouse contrnissonhouse
house district last night with both feetIt feet feetIt feetIt
It was W S shortly after 6 oclock when an analarm analann anl
alarm l nn was sounded from Box Bo 153 When Whenfiremen Whenfiremen hen henftremen
firemen arrived they saw flames coming comingfrom comingfrom corningfrom
from the secondstory windows of a II brick brickstructure brickstructure
structure at 937 and 939 Louisiana avenue avenueThe avenueThe avenueTime
The fire was gaining headway he dway rapidly rapidlyChief rapidlyChief rapidlyChief
Chief Wagner was one of the first on the thescene theene thesceite
scene ene He glanced at the flames and andthen andthen andthen
then ordered a second alarm sounded soundedIf
If you ou let these little fires become big bigfires blgftreS bigfires
fires ftreS said the chief there Is trouble troubleahead troubleahead troubleahead
ahead As he spoke several streams of ofwater otwitter ofwater
water were turning turnips turn ns flames Into steam and andsmoke andsmoke andsmoke
smoke and the fire was soon extinguished extinguishedSeveral extinguishedSeeral extinguishedSeveral
Several hundred empty egg crates were wereburned werebumed werebunted
burned and about SCO chickens were weresmothered weresmothered weresmothered
smothered by smoke smokeTWe smokeTIf smokeTIfO
TWe TIf loss is estimated at 800 insured insuredThe InsuredThe insuredThe
The building Is occupied by b the new firm firmof firmof firmof
of Beasley Beasle HIckman Falk Co which whichwas whIch whIchwa whichwas
was wa Incorporated a few days da s ago agoSONS agoSONS agoSONS
Th The Sons Son of American Revolution held helda
a a short business meeting at the RIggs RIggsHouse RiggsHouse RiggsHouse
House last night and nominated officers officersand oftleersanc officersand
and anc named delegates delcg ti to the national con congress consress congross ¬
gross to be held wld In Toledo Oho May Iay 13 13On 13On 13On
On February Fcbruar 22 10 a m a meeting will willbe wl11be willbe
be held at Rauschers when officers and anddelegates anddOle anddelegates
delegates dOle ate5 will be elected electedIn electedIn electedIn
In the absence of the president ox oxPresident exPrlsldent oxPresident
President Hon E B Moore loore presided and andread andread andread
read a letter from rota Vice President James JamesDu JamesDu JamesDu
Du Bols United States counsular atSingapore at atSingapore atSingapore
Singapore SingaporeIn
In his letter Mr Ir Du Bois praised the theEnglish theEnglish theEnglish
English colonization as progressive progre sle and andstated andstilted andstated
stated that the British have turned the theisland theislancl theisland
island into a garden of flowers and fruits fruitswhere fruitshet fruitswhere
where het once a few savage eked out an anexistence anexistence anexistence
existence existenceJ existenceI
150 Mens Crayenettes CrayenettesAll Cra Cravenettes CravenettesAll venettes venettesAll
All new 1910 winter Intermodels models guar guaranteed guaranteed gearanteed ¬
anteed and stumped fltam d absolutely absolutelywaterproof absolutelywaterproof absolutelywaterproof
waterproof hand tailored through throughout throughOut ¬
out serge and Venetian Vt > netfan lined in inall inall Inall I
all this seasons snappy patter patterliJakoR pattermie pattermieMakos Ms MsMakes
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Standard price 20 Sell or fail
150 Mens and Young YoungMens YoungMens YoungMens
Mens English Slipon SliponRain SliponRain Slip on onRain
Rain CoatsVell Coats CoatsWell Coatsll
Well ll tailored throughout In plain plainprays plainra plaingrays
prays ra rs olives light and dark tans tansThese tansTheile tansThese
These coats suitable for all kinds kindsof kindsof kindsof
of weather take the place of any anyovercoat an anovercoat anyovercoat
overcoat Sold regularly fjr Jl JlSell l lSell 13 13Sell
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300 Imported Winter Winterweight Winterweight Winterweight
weight Cravenettes and andSlipons andSlipons andSlip
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Guaranteed and stamped by Priest Prlegtley PrlestIf Priest1ev
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proof Included In this lot aro aroblack aroblack areblack
black grays tans and Scotch mix mixtures mixtures mixurea ¬
tures urea Positively most serviceable serviceablcoat serviceablecoat serviceablecoat
coat ever made to sell for or 526 25 Sell Sellor Senor Sellor
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fancy mixtures and plain colors colorsan colorsan colorsan
an uptodate garment rment loose and andJilted andIItted andfitted
Jilted effects all aff new 1910 winter wintermodels wintermodels
models These garments are hand handtailored handtailorerl handtailored I
tailored throughout are made of ofheaviest ofbeaItSt ofheavi
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Enjoyable Evening Spent at the theJolly theJoJ1 theJolly
Jolly JoJ1 Fat Mens Men Club ClnbEverybody ClubEverbody ClubEverybody
Everybody laughed laugh at the sraokecord sraokecordentertainment smokecnrdentertainment mokercrdentortalnment
entertainment given last night by the theGreater th6Grooter theGreater
Greater Washington Yashinbr on Outing Club at the theJolly th thJolly theJolly
Jolly Fat oat Mens lens Club in D street The Theold Th Thold Theold
old adage was somewhat reversed reversed and it itwas itas itwas
was as a case of these who laughed first firstlaughed firstlaughed firstlaughed
laughed the longest longestCol JongtstCol longestCol
Col R B Montague was 85 the story stor teiietof teller tellerof telleror
of the evening and he told his comrades comradramany comradf3man comradesmany
many man funny jokes which he said were werebrand werebrand ere erebrand
brand new ne and while hlle they the wer were still stilllaughing stilllaughIng stilllaughing
laughing at his Jest je3 jests Richard Smith Smithsought Smithsought Smithnought
sought to prolong the mirth by comio comiosongs comloSO comiesongs
songs songsA SO songsA lS lSA
A distinctive feature of the programme programmewas prob18mmeWRS programmewas
was a vaudeville act by talent from the theGayety th8Gaet theGayety
Gayety Gaet Theater which came ca 1e in at the tnetwelfth t11etwelfth thetwelfth
twelfth hour and an made it necessary n y for forthe forthe It Itthe
the club to sing We wont go home homeuntil homeuntil homeuntil
until morning Solos Sol were given by bYW by V J JHumphrey JJiumphrey
Humphrey Jiump re J W Yo V McNulty and d William WilliamA
A Scuiiey SculieyThose ScuiieyThoHo Scull j jThose
Those who arranged arrangedtJae toe programme prog mme aro aroIVV aroJ areJ
J E I Graw Ernest Humphrey A
+ McGraw IVV ii JW R nullIlMliCJ t i iDoeffler D DDoemer I IDoeffler
Doeffler M II r P Cane j w Hurley J G GODay GODay t tODay
ODay W r J Madugan lIaduganFrank Frank B Swartz Swartzand Swartzand Swartzand
and W T J Mullen MullenHIGH MullenHIGH luUenHIGH
Interment in Mount Olivet Cemetery CemeteryTVIH Ccnreter Ccnreter11ill
TVIH 111 Follow 10110 Service ServiceFrom SerTJeelFrom ServiceFrom
From St Stephens Catholic Church Churchthe Churchthe Churchthe
the body of James J Sheeny SIMeh a promi prominent promInent prominnt ¬
nent patent attorney attorn attorn4 y and long time resi resident resident restdent ¬
dent of Washington nRhlngton who died Monday Mondaywill 1londarwill Mondaywill
will be carried to Mount Olivet Cemetery Cemeterythis Cemeterythis Cemeterythis
this morning for IntermentHigh interment intermentHigh IntannentHigh
High mass of requiem will be cele celebrated celebrated celebrated ¬
brated at the church at 10 oclock by byRev byRev byRev
Rev Father T G Smythe attended by bydelegations bydelegations bydelegations
delegations from tb t tke e Knights of Colum Columbus Columhus ¬
bus and Carroll Institute The pall pallbearers paHbearers pallbearers ¬
bearers chosen from Mr Ir Sheehys Sheeh sper spersonal per personal personal ¬
sonal friends will be Judge William It ItDeLacy IfDeLac It ItDoLacy
DeLacy DeLac Hon Edward B Moore James JamesA Jam > 3 3A
A Cahill Thomas E Turpin Dr John JohnJ JohnJ JohnJ
J Darby Darb T F Cuslck uskk Wallace Marrow Mar Marrow Ilarro ¬
row ro Charles A White YhitE > and Dr L F FDavlP FDavis
Davis D aI Frank A Sleehy brother br ther of the thadeceased thodeceaed thedeceased
deceased was burled Tuesday Tuesday0AHYTO Tuef TuesdayCAYPTON5 lay layCARYPTON
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