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The Following Gives a Sug Suggesfion Suggestion Suggestion
gestion for Savings SavingsAlways SavingslIways SavingsAlways
Always Choice Quality QualityLowest Lowest Prices PricesCreamery PricesCreamery PricesCreamery
Creamery Butter and Selected Eggs at Cost CostWe CostWe CostWe
We Sell All the Best Grades Grad s of Butter and Eggs EggsLamb EggsLamb EggsLamb
Lamb Legs I I Ib 1 b 12c 12cLamb 12cLamb
Lamb Groin Chops I I lb 15c 15cLamb 15 15c15c c cLamb
Lamb Rib Chops Ib 15c 15cLamb 15clamb 15cLamb
Lamb Shoulders I lb 10c 10cLamb 10cLamb lOcHams
Lamb Stew II Ib 1 b 10c 10cHams 1 Dc DcHams
Hams smoked small and lean I Ib 16c 16cHams 16cHams lBcHams
Hams corned II I 11 Y lb 16c 16cHams 16cHams 16cHams
Hams fresh 1 Ib 17c 17cSmall 17cSmall 17cSmall
Small Fresh Shoulders I Ib 1 b 13c 13cSmall 13cSmall 13cSmall
Small Corned Shoulders I Ib 13c 13cOLD 13cSmall 13cSmall
Small Smoked Shoulders Ib 13c 13cOLD 13coLD
OLD oLD DUTCH MARKET Inc Inc9
930 La Ave 8th and E S E E31st E31st E31st
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WRITTEN BY WILLIAM C FREEMAN
All who know knowFRAN PRANK H R HITCH HITCHCOCK HITCHCpCK HIICHC9CK ¬
COCK CpCK Postmaster General appreciate appreciatehow apprecIatehow appreciatehOW
how THOROUGHLY he digs dg for facts factswhen faatswhon fautswhoa
when he makes up his mind to go goafter goatter goafter
after them themHe themHe themHo
He does not talk much HE WORKS WORKSHe WORKSHe WORKSHe
He is very persistent and generally generallyaccomplishes generallyaccompUshes gncra11iaccompUsies
accomplishes what he e undertakes to toIo tod toHis todo
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His fight t to put the GETRICH GETRICHQUICK GET1UCHQUICK GETRICKQtTICIC
QUICK CONCERNS out of business is ismeeting 15meeting tsmeeting
meeting with a swifter success su s than thaneven th neven theneven
even ho thought it would because the themen themen themen
men operating them are usually such suchclever suchclever suchciever
clever scoundrels tJQoudr coujdrels Is that it is hard to todetect t tdetect todetect
detect them themBut themDut themBut
But tho Postmaster Po ter General has got gotthem gotthem gotthem
them on the toboggan all right and andit andIt andIt
it wont be long before they will get getout getout getout
out of business altogether altogetherThe altogotherThe altogetherThe
The hundred hun ed million dollArsMY dollArsMYhave dollars they theybavo theyhave
have already taken out of the people peopleluring Maplehiring peopleluring
luring them to invest ipvest in flybynight flybynightHchemes t1ybynlghtlIthemoa flybynightshemo
Hchemes should be sufficient reason rosonfor reasonfor roasontor
for sending sandin them to the t o Atlanta or orswne orSClJDe orsome
some other prison pri on THEY WILL WILLGET WILLGET WILLGET
GET THERE ULTIMATELY ULTIMATELYBut
But how were these the e gatrichqtuick gatrichqtuickera
er era able to get all of this money out outof outor outor
or the people peopleIT peoplo1IT peopleiT
IT WOULD NOT HAVE ItA VB BEEN BEENPOSSIBLE BEENPOSSIBLE BEENPOSSIBLE
POSSIBLE EXCEPT THROUGH THROUGHPUBLICrrY VHIOUOHPUBLIcrrt HROUGBPUBLICITY
PUBLICITY PUBLICrrYThey PUBLICITYThey PUBLIcrrtThey
They bought bo ht tho publicity from pub ¬
Ushers whose editorial consciences consciencesseem consciencesleem conscienceseom
seem eom to be all right but whose busi business business business ¬
ness conscience permits the accept acceptance accQptanco acceptanco ¬
anco of advertisements of every kind kindand kindand kindanl
and nature natyre so long ong as a they bring in inmonay inmonlY Inmoney
money monayThe monlYThe moneyTh
The Th publications that have been the themost thomost themct
most guflty gu ty and continue to be guilty guiltyof cuIltyof guiltyof
of placing before their readers IR IRRESPONSIBLE mRESPONSIBLE IRRESPONSIBLE ¬
RESPONSIBLE ADVERTISEMENTS ADVERTISEMENTShave
have been using flaring headlines and andnews andnows andflows
news stories that toll of the great out outrage outrage outrage ¬
rage perpetrated on the people peopleWhat JieopleWhat peopleWhat
What is the matter with publishers publisherswhose publlilberswhose publisherswhose
whose moral sense Is so dulled Are Arethey Arethey Arethey
they less gnf guftY gulty tJn wZ wZquiokers th etjch etjchqulokers t ch chqwakersl
quiokers qwakersl Shduld ShdUld tney ey not not bo DO pun punished punished punished ¬
ished also also1 Why should they be im immune 1mmune hnmime ¬
mune muneDoes muneDoes mimeDoes
Does a publisher who accepts acceptsFRAUDULENT acceptsFRAUDULENT acceptsFRAUDULENT
FRAUDULENT ADVERTISING en enJoy enjoy onjoy
Joy special privileges that prevent him himfrom hImfrom himfrom
from being called to the bar of jus justice jus justice justice ¬
tice to answer for his crime Is It Itnot itnot Itnot
not criminal to publish tho advertise advertisements advertisements advertisemoats ¬
ments of scoundrels scoundrelsMonty scoundrelsMoney ecoundretsMoney
Money is tho god of most men menthats menthats incathats
thats the real basis of most BUSI BUSINESS BUSr BUSINESS ¬
NESS r S DISHONESTY But there is a aday aday aday
day coming when gatriohqulck Qtrl hqulck pub publishers pubItsbet3 pubUshers ¬
Ushers will have to render rcner an ac accounting accountIng accounting ¬
counting to tho Federal government governmentaa
aa B well as the men who have sold soldand soldand soldand
and aro soiling gold bricks to the thspublic thlpublic thepublic
public
TO TO BE CONTINUED
THREE ARRESTEDINSANITY ARRESTED ARRESTEDINSANITY ARRESTED1SAMTY
INSANITY CHARGED CHARGEDOne
One one Returned to St Eliza Elizabeths Elizabeths Elizabeths ¬
beths and Others Held HeldThree HeldThree ileldThree
Three persons one an escaped patient patientfrom pationttram patientfrom
from the Government Hospital for the theInsane theInMue thelusaue
Insane InMue were arrested yesterday after afternoon attor1Ioon afternoon ¬
noon for insanity Insanlt The government hos hospital hospital hospital ¬
pital patient was returned and the th other othertwo othertwo othertwo
two are under observation at the Wash Washington WashIngton Vashtnlrton ¬
ington Asylum Hospital HospitalCatherine HospitalCatherine HospitaLCatherine
Catherine Roland fortythroe years old oldof oldor oldof
of 100 1006 K street southeast was seen wan wandering wandering wandertng ¬
dering about the woods near St Eliza Elizabeths Elizacths Elisaboths ¬
beths cths about 3 oclock by two citizens citizenspassing citizenspassing citizenspassing
passing in the roa4 The men watched watchedtho w wzttthedtho tched tchedtho
tho woman and her peculiar ul1ar actions actionsPedro actionst actionsPedro
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They escorted her to the th Eleventh pre precinct precInct procinet ¬
cinct station Inquiry by the police re revealed reo reovewed ¬
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vealed that the woman was not a patient patientat t
at the government hospital Relatives Relativessaid Rolativessnld Relativesaid S
said she had been missing from home homesince homesince horn hornsince
since early morning She was removed removedto rernove rernoveto
to the Washington Asylum Hospital HospitalJohn HospitalJolln HospitalJohn
John Clarke sixty years old who says sayshe saysho say S Sho
ho is a laborer excited suspicions of his hisInsanity hisinsanity hi S SInsanity
Insanity while at his home In Bowen Bowenroad Bowonroad n nroad
road southeast shortly before 5 oclock oclockMounted OClockMounted ocloclMounted
Mounted Policeman Gillott went to the thehouse thehouse th a ahouse
house and arrested Clarke on a charge of ofinsanity otlnsanlt o f fInsanity
insanity He was removed to the Wash Washington Washington Washhigton ¬
ington Asylum Hospital HospitalWalter HospitalWalter HospitalWalter
Walter Epgle twentyseven years old oldformerly old oldformerly ol L
formerly a clerk in the War Department Departmentescaped Departmentescaped L Lescaped
escaped from St St Elizabeths late In the theafternoon theafternoon th a aafternoon
afternoon The police were notified and andthe andthe an anthe
the fugitive was found at the home hom of ofrelatives ofrelatlvas o If Ifrelatives
relatives at 1721 G street northwest Bi Bicycle Bicycle 1 1cycle ¬
cycle Policeman Mundie took Englo Inoustody in incustody I n noustody
oustody he was removed to the govern government government government ¬
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Present thl ibis Coupon n with TEN CENTS at the Circulation Department Departmentof D tulrtmeDt
of The Washington W ahblJrtol1 Herald aid yon will be given a copy cop of oac of thesegreat theSeftat these thezegreat
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CRIME IS LESSENEDBY LESSENED LESSENEDBY
BY PARKS IN I CITIES CITIESt
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J Horace HoraceMJfar1and McFarland Sounds SoundsCivic
Civic Congress Keynote KejnotADDRESS
ADDRESS AROUSES OUSES AUDIENCE ATFDIENCEFrom AUDIENCEI AUDIENCEfFronl
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From Standpoint of public nbUc Order Orderthe QrdertIle
the Park la IaiNeccSlti Necessity Asserts AlIsertFoNmost
1 Foremost Advocate In Stirring StirringSpeecbt StirrIngSeecb
Seecb Speecbt Which End Ends First Days Day DaySes
Ses SessionOutlines Session lonoutllne Outlines Finns PlanaTODAYS
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TODAYS TODAYSPROGRAMME TODAYSPROGRAMMEdORNtNd PROGRAMME PROGRAMMEMORNING PROGRAMMEMOnIDiG
MORNING MORNINGBusiness MOnIDiGDudness dORNtNd
Business Session SessionPresident 8e tnlon lon londent
President dent McFarland McFarlaMTbe presiding presidingThe reteldI
The years year work warkR1clwd Richard B Watrous Watroustatr seers aeerotir seersTreasurers
tir tirTreasurers tatr
tatrTreasurers
Treasurers rcixwtWnHam WIlHam B Borland HenrlandReport HowandRtpOrt
Report of ccmmltte eamml on nonisaUonsIIenry nonisaUonsIIenryA tiansDetU1 tiansDetU1A
A A A Baker chairman chairmanCity chaJnIWIOftr
City CQ Planning 11Wu11 Stfalon StfalonFrederick StfJSlonFtedcidt
Frederick L It Ford oily engineer Hartford HartfordConn HrtfordConn
Conn presiding presidingWhat PrWdlngWhu
Whu What b jwir wr city ideal 1d IdealtClinton f rcunton rcuntonWoodruff Clinton Rosen RosenWoodraff
Woodruff WoodraffWashinston Woodruffyahingtoa Woodruffaihthgtee
Washinston the O QJpitAlTbcmw piUl Tbonus Nelson NelsonPAKC NelsonlAce
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AFTERNOON AFTERNOONSecond RNOON RNOON8ecmd
Second City Planning Sesdoa SesdoaHon m0I1Don
Hon Franklin MaeVrasti cVeah SeoreUrr eretary of the theTreasury theTrtaQ1
Treasury presiding presidingTh IJ esidlDJThe dIng
The Th A ADO B O of city plannins pJann1n11rcder pJann1n11rcderLaw Frederick FrederickLav PruletLaw
Law Ohrtstead OhrtsteadSana O OSome OheshedScans
Some serioraproWena smOQJ prOOIcm in fnd dty planning ptonlcsArnold planningArnold O OArnold
Arnold W V Bnmnec BnmnecCJomp BrmmuCun
CJomp Cun Octnperislto hcnsSro hensi planning P tf for until towna townaJobn tamJ townaJoan
Joan J n Mokm MokmOcttioQ oIoo oIooOettlD OO OOfletUn
OcttioQ fletUn into action for f a a dty piaa piaaGtorst nG1or ttinGeegs
Gtorst B Dealer DealerG D DealerGoWn er erGeWne
G GeWne GoWn Uins oat th the tote ete for A city plan pUanarold pIanIhroJd planlbrold
narold J Ilowiand IlowiandReports HowiaDdReparta flociandltepcrta
Reports cf progress in Tsrions dttes dttesDeclaring dtiesDeclaring dtl
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Declaring that park extension has been beenresponsible beenresponslblo beenresponsible
responsible In avery city for a swooping sweoplnsreduction swoopingreduetlcm swoopingreduction
reduction In crime crlm J Horace H raoe M 3TeFarIand 3TeFarIandproIdnt vFarland f4Ftlrlandpr08ldent < vFarlandproslduit
proslduit of the American Civic Associa Association AssocIation ¬
tion last night sounded the keynote oC oCthe otthe
the convention and aroused aroul tho large au audionce audlonce
dionce to enthusiastic appreciation appreciationCrime appreclatJonCtlme
Crime in Chicago said Mr McFar McFarland McFarland McFarland
land has been shown to decrease 50 per percent percent
cent near the th social centers Give the theworker theworkJ
worker > a playground and he will never neverturn neverturn
turn to vlciousnew vlciousnewProm vlcloumeuFJm
Prom the standpoint of public order ordertho ordortho
tho park Is a necessity n6C It is a a simple simplestatistical stmplestaUaUeal simplestatistical
statistical fact that the policing of 1000000 1000000people 1000000people 1000000people
people in parks ic not onetenth as costly costlyas
as the policing of 50000 In the streets streets sa saloons Baloons
loons loons and congested housing districts districtsOn dIstrictOn
On a purely economic basis the city can canbetter canbetter
better at any co cost t of money provide provideadequate provideadequate
adequate park systems than add to its itsbluecoated Itsbluocoated
bluecoated army arm of policemen policemenEiulu pcllcomenEIHha
Ends Day Da Days DeUberatlons DeliberationsThe DeUberatlonsThe
The address of Mr McFarland M arland one of ofthe orthe O
the foremost advocates aNoc te8 of civic Improve Improvement Improomont
mont in the world came as a fitting cli climax climax climax
max to the ending of the first days de deliberations d6 d6Uberations ¬
Uberations of the association The even evenIng evenIns
evenp
Ins was given siv 1n OTAT ovtf1 to consideration consldlf9Uon of ofscenic ofBconle ol olscenic p
scenic beauty as asit < a fi natipnal natI mal aWot rlsSt nst and andsuoeoedlng andsuoeeeding I Isucceeding
succeeding the orilllnnt address of Mr MrMcFarland MrMcFarland MrMcFarland
McFarland came a practical explanation explanationby
by William M I Ellicott of Baltimore on onthe onthe
the simplicity f transforming the forest forestaroa forestaroo forestarea
area between b tween his city and Washington Washingtoninto WashingtonInto
into a great national pleasure park parkWe parkWe
We need such a park said Mr El Elllcott EIUcott
llcott OW We e have a Yosomit a Yellow Yellowstone Yellowstono
stone even our great Alaska may be beproperly bepropOrly
properly a vast un unexploited exploited park parkbut parkbut parkbut
but how many miles distant d tnt they are arehow arebow
areI
bow inaccessible InaccosslbIqoxeeqt except to the tourist who whovisits whlvilts wh I
visits them qnda or twice in a lifetime lifetimeThis UtettmeTbls lifetimen
This opportunity lies Jle at our door The Theforest Theforeat n
forest is there in all the noble grandour grandeurwhich grandourwhich
which has qhaiJbtenlzed ha tonlzcd it since the time timeof timeot I
of man It only requires action by our ourCongress ourCongress
Congress to make nkeltFbt it iibt ibt only a wonder wonderful wondorful wonderftil
ful park for the citizens of Washington Washingtonand WnshInlrtonand Washingtonanti
and Baltimore but for the nation and andtho andtho andthe
tho nation visll 1s1ts 1s1 its Capital CapitalShows CapitalShOW CapitaLShows
Shows Excellent Slides SlidesIllustrating SlideDlustraUng Slidesfllustrating
Illustrating his lecture wlth many fine finely finely finely ¬
ly prepared slides thrown upon a screen screenas screenas screenas
as he spoko Mr Ellicott passed from fromthe fromthe L
the showing of graphic illustrations on ontho ontho I
tho fast tlBt deforestation of our country to toplacing toplacing teplacing I
placing before the audience a carefully carefullyworkedout carefullyworkodout
workedout plan for the forest park to toadjoin toadjoin I
adjoin Washington This by tho plans plansof plansof planiof I
of Mr Blllcott would embrace all of the theland tholand th I Iland
land adjacent to the upper Potomac Poto Potomjic to toGrat toGrat n nI
Grat Falls and extend across Maryland Marylandto MaryIu MaryIuto I
to the outskirts of Annapolis and the theSevern theSovern theSevern
Severn River RiverSix RhCfSix Rivermillion
Six million dollars was the amount amountnecessary amountnecesat
necessary by Mr Ellicotts estimate to topurchase topurchnse tepurchase I
purchase an n area extending over 200000 200000acres 0000C OOO OOOacros I Iacres
acres This estimate Mr Ellicott Ellfcottcom Ellfcottcompared com compared cornpared
pared with the he vast sums expended for fordevelopment fordevelopment fordevelopment
development of other ideas ideasTwo IdonsTwo
Two hundred members and guests guestsgreeted guestsgreeted guesLgreeted r
greeted the chairman of the th evening eV Dlng the theHon th thHon theHon
Hon Joseph E Hansdell member of ofCongress otCongress 01 01Congress
Congress and president of the National NationalRivers NationalRivers I IRivers
Rivers and Harbors Congress when he hecalled hecalled
called the session to order orderI orderCongratulating orderCongratulating
I Congratulating the association upon upontho upontho 1 1the
tho work thOy had already accomplished accomplishedin I IIn
in the furtherance of civic improvement improvementin I IIn
in America Mr Ransdell called the at attention attenUon attontlon ¬
tention of the audience to the fact that thatalthough thatalthoush thatalthough
although unable to be present President PresidentTaft PresidentTa1t PrealdenTaft
Taft had remember them with a letter letterThe letterThe letterThe
The Presidents letter expressed 1Xpre d his re regret re regret regret ¬
gret at not being able to attend the con convention conv
ventlon v ntion
II
Tribute io McFarlnnd McFarlandPaying lcFnrlnncLPalng
Paying a notable tribute to Mr Mc McFarland McFarland M MFarland ¬
Farland when ho said that it was indeed indeedan Indeedan i ian
an honor to meet and hear this great greatexponent grrattPonent grea t texponent
exponent of American civic development developmentMr developmentMr
Mr Ransdell briefly introduced the presi president president president
dent of the association associationOur associationOur associationOur
Our public recreation relation we treat treatas treatas trea treaas
as we do the conflagration problem probl probldmw probldmwcheerfully mwc mwccheorCuIl we wecheerfully
cheerfully cheorCuIl spend large sums for equip equipment equipment equipment ¬
ment to fight fire and Olass as arbitrary arbitraryand arbitraryand arbltrar arbltrarand
and oppressive oppre slve the rules that would re require require require ¬
quire us to pay p 1 per cent as much to tothe tothe ti tithe
the means of prevention of fire disaster disastersaid disastersnld disastersaid
said Mr McFarland McFarlandPassing McFarlandPassing McFarlandPassIng
Passing briefly over city county and andState andState am amState
State park work Mr McFarlanfl took up upn u uin
In n close discussion the national forest forestplan forestplan fores foresplan
plan I IThe
planThe
The time has come he saldi said when whenthe whenthe wherthe
the Federal government needs n ds a park parkplan parkpan pan panplan
plan pan It has never purchased parks but butsimply butsimp bu busimply
simply simp retained certain areas They are arenot arenot ar arnot
not located with any definite relation to toaccessibility toaccessibility t taccessibility
accessibility or are they the distributed with withany Withnny wItiany
any relation to proportion proportionIt
It Is however a pleasure to state statethat statethat stat statthat
that the beginning be lnnlng of a modern policy In Inrespect tnrespect Ii Iirespect
respect to national parks Is In sight sightPresident sightPresident nightPrealdent
President Taft in his last message to toCongress toCongress ti D DCongress
Congress recommended tho establish establishment establlshment establishmont
ment of a bureau of national parks In Inthis Inthis Ii S Sthis
this he follows the admirable admir ble suggestion suggestionof a aof
of Secretary Balllnger who In a recent recentrecommendation recentrecommendation recen t trecommendation
recommendation for the creation of such sucha and anda
a bureau said saidThere saidThoro
4 There should be such planning plannln of a aconsistent nconsistent EL ELconsIstent
consistent and broadly broadl considered scheme schemeas schem e ea
as a will fit th thq futureneeds of our country countryand countryand countryand
and be in line with the policy outlined outlinedby oUUlqedby ouUIei ouUIeiby
by the first President without which whichplanning whIchplannlng wind I Iplanning
planning no such civic convenience beau beauty beaut beauty ¬
ty t impressiveness and national dignity dtgnit
asw as the city of Washington Was lngton now enjoys enjoyswould enjoyswould enjoysould
would w ould ever havo boon possible possibleTho possl le lerho
Tine opening session of the theconvenUon theconvenUonwns convention conventionwas conventionas
was w as called to o order at 10 oclock yester yesterday yest yesitery r rday
day da daIn y morning when President McFarland McFarlandintroduced McFarlandintroduced McFarlandtroduced
introduced In Inw troduced Hon H B F Macfarland Macrar1andWho Idactarlandho
who w ho made the address of welcome welcomeTho welcomeXbo welcomeThe
The morning was W S given over to reports reportscf reportsof reportsconventions
cf Cfor conventions and gatherings of other otherorganizations otherorsmnlzaUons oherganlzaUofl5
o organizations or orbi with kindred ldn rod alms and am ambitions omblUons nrations ¬
b bitions bitionsIn blUonsIn bi tions tionsIn
In the afternoon tho school child as a ameans ameans aoans
means m oans of furthering tho Ideals of civic civicbetterment civicbettcrment civictterment
S
SC betterment be beci tterment were wer discussed Tho junior juniorcivic JuniorcivIc junIorvic
C civic ci cith vic leagues onguos Ir Cleveland and the work workthat worktbat workat
thw that th 1 at hag lna boon fjeoomnllahed through them themwas t themas em emwas
was w as ably presented by Mm Agnes Me MeGlffort MeGlttort Mcirfoit
Glffort G Glo irfoit Bailey UaltoyBy UnllyD BaileyBy
By D moans ot ninny colored slides show showing showIng showg ¬
loM ing lo g actual results Miss Louise Klelne KlelneMiller JOenMfUQf KIelneIller
Miller M Iller curator of tho th school Burdens of ofCleveland orClevalnnd ofleveland
Cleveland C Cw leveland explained the methods methd by bywhich bywhloh
which w hich the work had boon furthered In Inher inher iner
her h er department departmentIf
If we will but give the children fa fachnnccu a achance ahance
C chnnccu chance SAid Mill Ml Miller they will willwork willwork willork
work w ork out their own wilvntlon I think thinkthe thinkthe thinke
the th thb thd thin e benefits of tho childs garden can canbest canbest canest
1 best b est bo attested ntt 8tcd to by the remarkable remarkabledecrease rcmarkablodEcrOaie remarkableccrease
decrease d ccrease In tho number of boys and girls girlsIn girlsin girlsthe
In inIs tho Cleveland Juvenile courts and It Itis ItIs Itmy
Issl is my belo that such results are pos possible posslblo posblo ¬
sible sl blo everywhere evorywhoroOther evorywhwoOthor everywhereOther
Other aubj subjects ct ctn taken up In the after afternoon afternoon afteroon ¬
noon n oon session of the convention Included Includedla Includedresume
la aP a resume of tho work of the National NationalPlant NatIonnlPlant Nationallant
Plant P lant Flower and Fruit Guild ably pre presented preient pronte1 ¬
sented ient e nte1 1 by tho president of tho organiza organization organlzation organizaon ¬
tion li on Mrs John Wood Stewart StewartIlia Stewnrt111M Stewartlitre
Ilia Lecture Applauded ApplaudedEspecially ApplaudedEBpooiaIly ApplaudedEspecially
Especially interesting was Mr David DavidFarchilds DavidFarahllds Davidarchilels
Farchilds F talk on New plants for forpeoples forpeoplos foroples
peoples pe oples garden Mr Farchild In his hisofficial hisofflotal hismetal
official o capacity ns head of tho Bureau Bureauof Bureauot Bureauf
of o f Plant Industry him hft had many notable notableopportunities notableopportunities notablepportunities
opportunities o to thoroughly master his hissubject hisubjoct hIsubject
subject s and his hi lecture was frequently frequentlypunctuated frequentlypunctuated frequentlyunctuated
punctuated p Uy U hoarty applause applauseThe applauseThe applauseTine
The closing lecture of the afternoon afternoonwas afternoonwas afternoonaa
was s aa delivered by J Ix LockIo > cko Wilson sec secrotary secrotary seeotary
rotary r of the Ontario Horticultural Asso Association Association Assolation ¬
ciation e of Canada M r Wilson told an anInteresting anInteresting annteresting
Interesting I story of the work of the theCanadian theCanadian theanadian
Cd Canadian C government in encouraging the thedevelopment UI0development theevelopment
development d of horticulture through gen general genal en eneral ¬
eral er al moral and financial support supportCLEANIMHOTION suPPOrtTAFT supportAFT
TAFT T AFT GETS STREET STREETCLEANING STREETCLEAMG
CLEANIMHOTION CLEANIMHOTIONCommissioners CLEANING IN I MOTION MOTIONComnlissioners IOTIOommissioners
Commissioners C Put Snow SnowShovelers SnowShovelers SnoivShovelers
Shovelers to Work WorkLike WorkLike V ork orkLike
Like a magic wand President Tafts Taftsbrief Taftsbrief p prief
brief b rief Interview with Commissioner dommJ loner John Johnston Johnston Johnton ¬
ston s ton at the Whit House yesterday yesterdaymorning yestordaymorning yesterdayorning
morning m orning regarding regartn the conditions eondlU ns of the thestreets thestroots thetreets
streets s bad its effects effectsWhen etecttWhen effecttWhen
When Commissioner Johnston returned returnedto returneeo
to t o the District Building he held a a con consultation consultation conultatlon ¬
sultation s with 1th the other members of tho thoboard thoboord theoord
board b oord with the result that an order was wasIssued wasIssued wasssued
Issued I ssued to Supt Wood ood of tho street streetcleaning streetclonnlng atreelleaning
cleaning c department to put his force of ofwhite orwhlto 01 01white
white wings to work workHalf workHalt workHalf
Half an hour after there could be seen seensigns soensIgns seerigns
signs s igns of improvement in the th downtown downtownbusiness downtownbusln061ll downtownusiness
business b sections where the th streets are arein areIn aren
in I n an especially bad condition for traf traffic tra trafic tratic ¬
fic fic t ic Two hundred and fifty tty street clean cleaners cJennerst cleanra ¬
ers erst e ra comprising th th entire nUr force ap spent nt all allday al1day allay
day d ay yesterday diligently plying brush brushand bruhand brushnd
and a nd shovel In an attempt to clear the theslush thoslush thelush
slush s out of the gutters and dispose dll ole or ofthe orthe orhe
to the t he piles of snow heaped along alon the side sideof sIdeor sidef
of o f the car lines and at street comers comersBut eornarsBut cornersBut
But to the casual observer more than thanthis thanthis thanhis
this t his has to be done before any real bone benefit bonefit bonet ¬
fit fl t is derived It seemed omod that President PresidentTaft Pr06ldentTaft PresidentTaft
Taft took a short Walk Tuesday Tuo day night nightwhich nightwhch nightwhlch
which explains natters niattersHe mattenlIe nattersHe
He called Commissioner Johnston up
the first tiling thin yesterday yo morning and andasked andasked andsked
asked a sked why tho streets had not been beencleared bn beenleared n nclenred
cleared c of snow snowAs SAOWS snowAs
As a result ro ult of the Interview Intervi w with tho thoChief thoChIe theChief
Chief Executive Commissioner Johnston JohnstonIs
Is I s preparing a a gUUuent of oetlmatoa oetlmatoanecessary o ostimatosecoary tlmatoa tlmatoanQce
necessary nQce n ary to cover the expenses of clean cleaning clooning cleanng ¬
ing I ng the Districts streets of snow and andice andiee andce
ice I ce I IThis IThis
iceThis
This ha declares will cost as much as asOOO as3XK
l 300000 OOO as may be se Hen n by the expense expenseaccounts expenseaccounts expenseccounts
accounts a of other large cities Ho ex explained explnlned cxlumed ¬
plained p lumed to President Tuft that already at atleast atlout ateast
least l 5000 5000 of the 10000 10000 annual appro appropriation appropriation approrlattlon ¬
priation p rlattlon allowed the District by Congress Congressfor CongressCor Congressor
for f or shoveling away snow has bean spent spentfor spentCor spentor
for f or that purpose purposeHODGES purposeHODGES purposeEODES
HODGES GETS PEOMOTION PEOMOTIONOfficer IROMOTIONOUlcel PROrxIOTIONOfficer
Officer Will UI He Appointed Major MajorGeneral MajorGeneral MajorGeneral
General Next January JanuaryPresident JanuaryPresident JanuaryPresident
President Taft yesterday decided upon a asorios af
sorios f of military appointments to fill fillprospective fillprospective fillrospecuvo
prospective p vacancies Brig Gon C C L LIlodffos L LHodgGS LHodges
Hodges now in command of the Depart Department Dopartment Departmeat ¬
ment of the Lake Lak 8 with headquarters at atChicago atChicago atChicago
Chicago will be appointed a major gen genoral ganamI genral
oral o ral January 13 nest next upon the retire retirement retirement retiremont ¬
ment of Maj Gen William P Duvall Duvallwho Duvallwho Duvallwho
who Is now in command of the Philip Philippine Philippine ¬
pine p ine jiivlsion jiivlsionCon division divisionGen dlIslonGen
Gen Hodges will serve until March 13 13when 13 13when 13whoa
when he will be retired Brig Gen Ar Arthur Arbur Arthur ¬
thur bur T Murray chief of Coast Artillery Artillerywill ArtllloryWill Artillerywill
will then be appointed a major general generalsucceeding goneralsucceodlng generalsucceeding
succeeding Gen Hodges Col E M MWeaver MWeavor MWeaver
Weaver chief chic of the Division Dlvl ton of Military
Affairs will ill be appointed chief of Coast CoastArtillery ConstArtJllery CoastArtillery
Artillery to succeed Gen Murray MurrayBankN MurrayDankH MurrayBaukN
BankN Stockholders Elect ElectThe ElectTho ElectThe
The annual meeting of the stockhold stockholders ¬
ers of the Potomac Savings Bank was washeld washeld washeld
held in Alexandria on Tuesday Owing Owingto
to t o the death of Joseph G Wafers and andJesse andJesse andJesse
Jesse H Wilson and the resignation of ofT orT ofT
T Dyson Waters Emory H Bogloy
Francis B LJbbey and George Geor e W Yo Of Offutt Otfutt Offutt
futt jr were elected new members of ofthe atthe ofthe
the board On Wednesday the new board boardelected boardelected boardelected
elected all the old officers officersSale officersSale officersSale
Sale of Antiques On OnTho OnTho OnThe
Tho Goldburg sale of unique household householdfurnishings householdfurnishings householdfurnishings
furnishings Persian rugs antique furni furniture turniture furnlture ¬
ture ture and Sheffield plate now being con conducted conducted conducted ¬
ducted by Marcus Notes Not s at 1322 New NewYork NewYorle NewYork
York avenue affords an opportunity to toprocure toprQcure toprqcure
prQcure some choice pieces at a rare bar bargain barbaln bargala ¬
gain The entire list as catalogued must mustbe mustbe mustsold
be sold without reserve reserves reserveI reserveCURED rcserveCOLDS reserveCOLDS
COLDS COLDSCURED I s
CURED IN N ONE BAY BAYMunyons DA DAMunyons
J JA JMunyons
A
Munyons Cold Remedy Relieves the
head throat and nags almost immediate ¬
ly Checks Fevers stops 5t s Discharges of
the nose takes away nil aches and pains
caused by colds It cures Grip and ob ¬
stinate Coughs and prevents Pneumonia
Price 25c 25cHave 25cHave 25eHave
Have you stiff or swollen Joints no mat ¬
ter how chronic Ask your druggist for fo
Munyons Rheumatism Remedy and ECO
low quickly you will be cured
I It you have any kidney k1dn or bladder trou
Me le get Munyona lIIuD ona Kidney Remedy
Munyons VitalIzer makes weak ma m
strong uon and restores lost powers powerai iowerg
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OPEN 9PE EVENINGS EVENINGSCALLISHERS EVENNGSi EVENINGSCALLISHERS
i i CALLISHERS CALLIS HERS SPECIAL XMAS SALE SALEDont SALEDont SALEDont
Dont Miss This Chance ChanceBig
Big stock of Toilet Sets Military Brushes Manicure Sets Sets c cpurchased cpurchased cpurchased
purchased from a manufacturer that was overstocked at prices pricesbelow pricesI prices pricesbelow
I below the cost to make makeI
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COMB BRUSH AND ANDMIRROR ANDMIRROR ANDMIRROR
MIRROR SOS SOSThat SEllThat SETSr
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That were 2000 now nowl now1350
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1350 1350c
c 15 Sets now 950 Ele Elegant EIegant Elei0t0ets ¬
gant i0t0ets Sets that were 850 now now1500
500 500Large 500Large
Large Elegant ElegantContaining ElegantManicure
Manicure Sets SetsContaining
Containing 10 pieces piecesworth piecesworth
worth 1000 for
500
1500 Sets for 1000 E
500 500 Sets for 250 250MILITARY 250MILITARY 250MILITARY
MILITARY BRUSHESHeavy BRUSHES BRUSHESHeavy
Heavy Solid Silver Sets tha that were 15 for 10 10Sets 10Sets 10Sets
Sets that were 8 for 500 500SOLID 500SOLID
SOLID SILVER MESH BAGS AT BIG 1EED8CTIONS
500 Mesh Bags German Silver 350 350Chatelaine 350Chatelaine 350Chatelaine
Chatelaine Sets at big reductions Elegant Silvermounted SilvermountedUmbrellas SilvermountedUmbrellas
Umbrellas for lady or gentleman gentlemanCome gentlemanCome gentlemanCome
Come see what goods and prices we can offer ffer you youGALLISHER youCALLIS
I Ft GALLISHER CALLIS HER 917 Pa Ave NW NWCitys N W WCitys
l Citys Jeweler JewelerUnderselling Underselling AH Others Ii
ABE MARTIN ART SAYS
Tilford filfordIoots Moots kicked his wife wifeyisterday wifeisterday wifeyistcrday
yisterday an tday hes busy tryin tryint tr n nl
t l keep it out o th card clubs clubsFolks clubsFolks clubsFolks
Folks you ou ask a favor of never neverlike neverlike I Ilike
like you as well agin aginPOHCEMAff aginPOLICEMAN aginPOMC1MAN
POLICEMAN UNDER BOND BONDArraigned BONDArraJgned B0ThArraigned
Arraigned in Police Court yesterday yesterdayPoliceman yesterdayPoliceman yesterdayPoliceman
Policeman Georg Gcor George W Armstrong who whohas whohas whohas
has been b n figuring in the third degree degreeinvestigation dogreeInvestigation degreeinvestIgation
investigation of tho Senate entered pleas pleasof pleasot pleasof
of not guilty to charges of assault and andbattery andbattery andbattery
battery preferred by b his wife and William WilliamH
H Weaver Armstrong demanded dom nded a jury jurytrial jurytria jurytrirti
trial and was held under BOO bond bondAfter bondAfter bondAfter
After his arraignment Armstrong Is Issued Is Is9Uod issued ¬
sued a statement setting forth his slda sid sidaof sidaofthe of ofthe ofthe
the two cases Both ho contended ware warethe warethe werethe
the result of the Senate investigation investigationTo
To tho Weaver charge he said that he hewould hewould hewould
would be b acquitted on a plea of selfda selfdafease selfdefe15e selfdctense
tense The charges made by his hl wife wife ho hostated hostated bestated
stated would be withdrawn wIthdranWEATKEIt n nWEATHER V VWEATHEE
WEATHER CONDITIONS CONDITIONSu
u a S Der Dept of Aericnltfare Weather Bureau BoreanWashington BuresuWashinGtoo BureauWashington
Washington D C c Dec U 19105 191 PL p m mThere m mThere enThere
There has been a rjipid pi and terr TOT UJ decided decld fall in inpmsure invrft3ure Inprute
pmsure vrft3ure over the entire country except ex pt tko t o North Northwest NOfthwest lortbyest
west and extreme West West and II proafwnced d dttftS dttftSllion deres deresen pre preMOD
MOD en is central ttmight over the lower St St Law IwTCHCO LawJfS1ro Lawrenne
TCHCO Valley the tow pressure rimure ertondlnj westward westwardthrough wcdwudthroolth weuxdthrtigh
through the Lake region regionLocal re regionLocal oc ocLocal
Local Temperature TemperatureSfidnifiht TemperntureMIdnidlt TemperatureMIdngiut
Sfidnifiht S3 u 2 a a ra mo 2 D B4 4 a a nu m ci 19 S a a m en D
8 85 a a m m fl 10 a a ra m 25 12 noon nooo 35 2 p 110 nv 1110 W 0 0I
4 p m m 43 fr Op p P m m 41 418 8 p II a mo 38 10 p Po sx moHIb en 36 36HisfcKt 35Higheat
HisfcKt HIb t 43 knrest 18 18Rrtative IS ISIlebtire 13Ilelatne
Rrtative humldltr8 a Ie m m 79 9 2 p p m m X 3 8 8p aJI 3p
p JI m 42 42lUinfall 42 42ltainrl1ll 42Rainfall
Rainfall S p II ra to 8 p 110 m m 00 00 Hours of sunshine SW1wiDe sun sinbine ¬
shine 07 Per cent of a poeslNe jX sunshine 7 7Temperature 1Temperature 3 3Temperature
Temperature same W1e aIe date last earHi earllighest earllighestlowest jhest 43 43lowest 43lowest
lowest 35 35Temperatures 35 35Temperatures 35Temperatures
Temperatures in Other Cities CitiesTemperatures lttea ltteaTem i1leaTemperatures
Temperatures Tem era in other cities together t < d1 e with the theamount theatlount thesxuouut
amount of rainfall for the twentyfour hours ended endedi endedPo
i 8 p Po m In yesterday arc as ftllows ftUowsRaIn
RaIn EainMax RaInMax RainMax
Max Min Mm Sjvra 5110 III fall fallAsbcrtlla fall fallAsbcriUc fai1AsbetU5NC
Asbcrtlla AsbetU5NC N a 4J tt 1 1tIanta 3S 3SAtlanta SAtlnta
Atlanta tIanta Ga 50 3 3Atlantic 9 45 45Atlantic 4AtlAJlUO
Atlantic City N J T 36 IS 36 36Bismarck nlsmarcl 35lllsinarelt
Bismarck N Dak 4t 23 2 36 36Boston IEB ZRestore
Boston B toa Mass IaS6iG IaZe IaZeBuffalo 56 2 33 33Buffalo 2Bu1Ao
Buffalo N Y X G 25 s 36 001 001Chicaco 001Chlaago 001Chicago
Chicago Ill IlCInCInnttI 42 i 49 49Cincinnati 4Clnclntuti
Cincinnati Ohio 40 IS 35 35Cheyenne 16CIlelnne 35heyeune
Cheyenne Wyo S3 2i 35 35DaTcnport 36Darcnpnt 35Darcupent
DaTcnport Iowa IOWL43 43 2i 2 43 43Denier 41DenreT 42Denrer
Denier Colo Cob CobDes 23 46 46D isJ
D J Molnes Iowa 1 52 2G B 4J 4JGalveston GGaheswa tiGaheston
Galveston Tex 55 43 55 55Helena 56Holena 35Helena
Helena Mont ont 3 18 St StIndianapolU 21Indial1apolil ZtIndianapolis
Indianapolis Ind I 40 4 M 18Jac1cs 31 31Jaelesonrille 35Jacksonville
Jacksonville Jac1cs l1rtlle Fla I h 5 S 31 > 43 43Kansas 48Kansu 45Kausas
Kansas City Mo SB 23 42 42Little 43L1ttIe
Little nock Ark 43 26 5 46 46Loa 46Loa 46Lee
Loa Angslea Jljti Gal 78 S2 l 70 70ManjueUc 70ilarquette o oMJrquette
ManjueUc Mich IDchsa 33 32 35 35Memphis 3iMemphb a aMemphtiTenn
Memphis MemphtiTenn Tcnn 43 2S B BNew 45 45New 46New
New Orleans IA S6 43 43lew 51 51New 52New
New York N Y YIi 3G s 22 31 31North tNrth 31North
North Platte Ncbr 45 4 B 111Omall 30 30Onjabl 35Oneahi
Onjabl Omall Neb 44 30 42 42Pittsburg ePittsbJi 42Pittsbarg
Pittsburg Pa 33 Z 13 38 38Portland IePortland ZPortland
Portland Portland Me le c 34 4 16 16Portland 30 30Portland Y YPortland
Portland Ores 45 K 42 42Salt tt 42Salt
Salt t Lake City Utah 33 30 56 56St 6St 35St
St St Louis Mo 48 22 12St 44 44St 44St
St Paul Mo Mo 44 t 23 42 tTllJeTalJJc 43Tide
4 Tide TllJeTalJJc TllJeTalJJcTI Table TableToday Tab1eTodyEhh
Today TI drDIIh High tide 642 6 2 a a m In 703 T p 1 m m Low Lowtide JAwtide Loetide
tide 1235 a a mr In m t 123 57 p Ii I m mTomorrowHigh mTcmoTO inTotnonowUigh
TomorrowHigh TcmoTO llfgh tide ide 733 33 a ra In f36 p Po m Low Lowtide LowWe Lostide
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Walter WaI L L Canton S and Berth L L Golndoo GnJDdoo2i 35 35Br
R Br James J PlIM A A SmythChrke Sm1thClarke Smyth SsnythQarke
Clarke T Eratoey 21 t and Era M M L Kills 22
both of Faaqtier County Coun Va a Her E Eo Ilea Sworn Swetnrkreacs Swornarec
rkreacs arec = It n Tayter 19 and Jan JIM V Martin 11 17l 11Jama 11Lei
l Lei > r James J 1 OConnor OConnorIrrins OConnorI
I Irrins 1riin L 1 I Taylor 21 and Mary V Darers Defers IS both bothi in4J
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I AnJoa B Marchant 23 of Lott Lott Va and Cbrs On I
L Lnmpkia 23 of Clearden CJeauden Va Va Her lUuddph lUuddphi C
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John F Butler 34 3 and Mary E EShfplfl1 Shipley 32 J 33tho Her IlM100D
John tho B PUtar PUtarRichard 1JttarRichard Pittrlliebani
Richard W AUwitt AUautt 46 4 and B Rosin A A Perry r rlath 44 44both
both rf Mo M Mootgeenary tgtmjy Confety tl Md B Bef T Edmund 1L U Uylauroo
Bonxnn BonxnnMaurice Banmaa
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both ef Richmond Va Va Tier James M 3 t Little LittleAln LittleAlTt UtileM
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Gtarec Vf Patterson jr le 32 3 and Acnes F FThompson I ITboeapon
Thompson 23 8 5 Her A S Johns JohnsTory JohnsTU1 JohnsTerry
Tory D Sharne 23 of Greensboro N C c cGertzude and andGertrode as d dGertrude
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J JeM kn C Co WatU 30 and d Annie nnie Herring D 29 bah bahof bc tan ti tiof
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of Amelia County Va Va Her lie James M Yo Little LittlePttOil IJttJeailip LittlePhUip
PttOil ailip > B n Shurfiter 37 3 and Sarah E E Anderson AndersonS Anderaxg
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both irf f Calmton Va Rev W A A Melvin MelrinJ YdrinJ
J Asbtar Whitinore Whitmore 41 of Martiiabarz Mut Stnrz W Va Vaaad YLad Vaand
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Darid Lamsden 23 and Edna Pick Dkk 25 So 5 both bothSlansten of ofStaontco ofSanteD
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John Jt lD J 1 PeerN UCCTCB 25 ll and Florence E E Riley 2L 2LIUt lll L L11ev
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fr Trtd d E Eo Kennard Kennan 25 5 and Pearl J McDonald McDonaldRev fcDoDa1dIter 22 22Rer I
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James Benjamin Revue J 21 and Maria L L Eimsis EimsisM m mRev
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WHITE WHITENcrraan WmTENcmau WHITENorman
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Henry lIIIlY J and Mary M 1 Rainy boy
Ulysses K K and Marcsret M t I > i Owens boy boy111n
John J and Alice K MeAuliffe fuU1fc boy
Bernard and Annie MoNad MI ll bot botJay bor
Jay Ja and Wortley F Moffctt girl EirlThomas girlT girlTheinas
Thomas P and Margaret braret L 1 Larkin Lamn girl girlFrank irl
Frank D and Lucy J Klimkissricz boy
Isaac L L and Lena Jscobsen girl girlLeafs girlLcofs
Leafs R and Annie O Jones boy
Carl awl WlHan Halky girl cirlFred iirlFred girlFred
Fred and Gertrude IldSinan boy
John Jo R and Lottie L L En English ish girl girfJesaes girtJeurea
JailS W and Terresa 8 B Battles Battles girl girlCOLORED PrlCOLORED gutCoronstn
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WIlliam T Kry ry ry 72 7 years 306 0 st it nw nwJames n n1ame sewJams
James I 3 McGlll 59 years Uomcoiathic Hospt
Joseph E Eo Crandall 52 years Hospt far Insane InsaneJoha masseJohn
John L L Hazutrd Huzard 90 years 70 R R L arc nw n11EHubeth
Efeabeth Sdbj 63 3 years 1313 10th st atJerinanma nw nwJerinanna 1111JeriDanna
Jerinanna Rocco 43 years G W U inept
Sarah Jarina Jarln 53 yean Providence Hospital HospitalSaffle HospitalSaBle
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Locy A K K Van an Mater 54 years 1001 8th st at nw see r
lace I D BaMenton 33 Homeopathic HoenitaLCoarse Hospital HospitalGorge
Coarse W Sargent 56 x5 years 1M6 Irrinjj lnin Irvlnst at at nt ntCOLORED DeCOLORED noCOLORED
COLORED COLOREDCharles COLOREDCharles COLOREDt2iariea
Charles F Stewart ST years can U40 Euclid st stSarau stSamu1 atSamuel
Sarau Samuel Stos 00 years 1115 16th st at nw nwBenjamin nwRenjounin nwl3ijunin
Benjamin Harris 8 years Freedmens Hospital
Samuel Hargrorc 35 years Wash Asy Hospital
Mary A Butler K years em 101 14th st stFrank Ie so
Frank Fowler Ofler 33 ymrs 127 1 Van An street S S E E l
Frederick Henson 50 yean 13J P stsw riJ5V1 etsaBernard
Bernard Evans rears 1006 ie 30th lot d or orJohn
Joseph ChUds 17 rem ZI2 3 Libertr st at mr
John Henson 64 years 620 3d st stPiles At at sw swPUr sePiles
Piles PUr Cured in G to 14 Da Dafails Days
Your dlUgibt will refund money it Pm Olntmtnt Olertener t
fails 115 to cure any case of Itching Blind BUnd Bleeding Bleedingor BlecdiD BlecdiDor
or Protruding Piles PI1 in 6 to 14 days daJsCo daysOapthl 5 < v vCapital i
I IStability
Capital Co and Profits Pn 16 Over SLTKMi SLTKMiStability 11 177L001Stability
Stability Stabilitysuch
such as we offer our de depositors depositors depositors ¬
positors means absolute pro protection protection protection ¬
tection tectionOur tectionOur tectionOur
Our facilities and methods methodsinsure methodsinsure methodsinsure
insure the most satisfactory satisfactoryservice satisfactoryservice satisfactoryservice
service serviceCySnme serviceQ7Snme service7Snme
CySnme rate rne of Interest paid paidon paIdon paidon
on both large and mall ac accounts Reu Retional acCOUSIN ¬
counts u
National tional Savingsand Savings Savingsand Savingsand
and Trust Company CompanyCor
Cor 15th and N Y Ave AvaFORTIFOURTH AnFORT AveFORTlOUltTIl
FORTIFOURTH FORT FORTlOUltTIli FOURTH YEAR
i 1
SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICESTHE I ITHE iMEETING
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF OFTUE THE STOCK
bolder ho of tt the Washington Baflway and Electric
Company win U ba held at the office of the ccreponr
14th and Beat a t Capitol st at Wufataeton Di D a C on
SATURDAY Janturj ft 1 1SH lt at1 at i 12 od od ck noon noonIn noon QOOI1accordanQl noonIn
In Mcortoce with the tyJaw las KxAs for the th5er
transfer er of stock of bId compiny win 111 be closed
from from December ZJ 1910 to Jimmy 21 19U both
d dates te iBdusite F J J WHITEHEADE WHITEHEAD WHITERIIADSeerasy
I Secretary SecretaryTHE SeerasyThE
THE E ANNUAL MEETING lU rlNC OP THE STOCK BTOl
holders o of < the be Anacostu and Potomac Hirer Bail Eailroad Bailroad
road Company ComIJ nr will be held at the offluof om oitlcs o the Cora Corapiny Compull Conepany
pull HU > and Rut Capitol Capit l ala U Waab WashlpstOB tOfJ D C Cen c CCu
en SATUftAY Janoary illlIWY a 1911 utI at 12 oclock coon coonID JOOI1In aeonin
In a aamdaJllt OTdaBC with the th bylure the books for tha
transfer of stock of cUdcompany all b be closed e1
from Dwoaber ber 23 1910 lG to Jazraary 21 1311 1211 both
dates indasirr P J WHirEUBAD WHirEUBADSecretary wnrrEIJADSecietu1 WUITEIIBADct
Secretary SecretaryTHE Secietu1THE ct ctTUE
THE ANNUAL ANl AL MEETING OF THE STOCK STOCKholders STOCKhadm STOCKholders
holders of the Georgetown and TennaDjtown Bail Bailway twaf flaBway
way Company win ba held h 1d at the office of the com company eompali1 onenxmy
pany pali1 Mth and East Capitol its ta Washinston D C Con Con
on SATURDAY January 2t 1 1SU at 113 12 oclock oclockDOOn oclockDOOnIn noon noonIn
In accordance with the bylaws the bocks for th thtransfer the t1Jetrasfer thetransfer
transfer of stock of said company win be dosed dosedfrom closedfrom dosedfrom
from December 23 1310 to January 3 1311 both bothdalea botbda boththtas
dalea da induce P J WHITfHBAD WHITfHBADSecretary WIlTJnEADT1I WHITEBEADeery
Secretary SecretaryTJU3 eery eeryTilE
TilE ANTJLAL MEETING ETISG OF THE STOCK STOCKLoWfrj STOCltbold STOtKboldeie
LoWfrj bold of c the City and Suburban Hallway 1U oC oCWashington 0Wuhlngton ofWuhlngimi
Washington wfll be held at tho office otnceof oon of the cce ccepany om ompanr o o1J3y >
pany llth and East Capitol Capltoll5tA ate Washington D c con C X Xoa
oa SATURDAY January J 2 1911 1I at 12 oclock ocIockIn coon coonIn DCQ1In
In accordance with the bylaws the boots for the thatransfer tbtnmfn thetransfer
transfer of stock of said company riB be doted dotedfroro eloedfrom dosedIrons
from December D her 3 1310 tn January H 1311 belle boddate bot1IdWJ belledates
date inclusive F J WHITEHEAD WHITEHEADSecretary WIIITEHEADTIlE
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THE ANNUAL A NUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK 8TOCKholders STOGKholders STOCKholders
holders of the Brijbtwood Railway IWhra Company will willbo Iri1tbJ slItbe
bo held at the office of the company COO1 11th and East EastCapitol EastCapitol FastCapital
Capitol its Ita th Washtoeton D C on SATURDAY SATURDAYJanuary SATunDAYJantW1 SATU11DATJauua3
January Jauua3 21 1911 at 12 odocfc noon noonIn noonin
In accordance with the bylaws by1a the books for the thatransfer thet thetausftr
transfer t of stock of said company sill ill ba dosed dosedfrom dOlrldfrom dosedfrom
from December 23 1910 to January 21 21 1911 both bothdata bothchta bothdates
data indadTe mc1u re F J WHITEHEAD WHITEHEADSecretary WHITEHEADmE WHITEHEADSex
Secretary SecretaryTHE Sex SexTHE
THE ANNUAL iUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK STOCKholders SlOCKhodtrs STOCKholiltrs
holders of the Potomac Electric EI Power Company Companywfll CbnpaD1will pni pniwin
will be held at the tb office of the company axn lAth and andEut dEut aidEast
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DAY Jantary a 1311 1311 at 12 odock coon coonIn ooonIn noonIn
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from roar December 23 1310 to Jantary 21 1311 1911 both bothdates bJtAdates bellsdates
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on Wednesday ednesday December 14 Ifflfl 1910 at atS
9 a n m INEZ D beloved wife of ofWalter atWaltar ofWalter
Walter C Baiderston BaiderstonFuneral BalderstonFuneral BaiderstonFuneral
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Nineteenth street northwest on Fri Friday Petday ¬ J
day December 16 at U oclock a a m mRelatives mRelatiYes inRelatives
Relatives and friends invited to at attend attend atterd ¬
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McGILL McGILLOn On Tuesday December IS 1 1910 1910JANE
JANE L McGILL widow of James
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Funeral from her late residence 1915 1915Third 11115Third
Third street str et northwest on Friday De December De December Docamber ¬
cember 16 at 1 p m Friends are In Invited invlted ¬
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SARGENTOn Monday December K 1
1910 at 11 p m at hie residence 1M6
Irving street street Brookland D C c
GEORGE W SARGENT beloved
husband of Annie M Sargent aged
flftyslx years yearsFuneral yearsFuneral ears earsFuneral
Funeral from his late residence on
Thursday December 15 at 230 p m
Friends and relatives invited to at ¬
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