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THE WASHINGTON HERAED, THUBSDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 1912.
Fresh Spare lifcs, lb 10c Fresh Pork Shoulders, lb. - 10c Corned Pork Shoulders, lb. . . . 10c Smoked Picnic Shoulders, lb 10c Pore Lard, Open Kettle, lb 10c Honeycomb Trise, fresh, lb , . .10c Philadelphia Scrapple, lb 10c Pork Padding, Ih 10c Smoked Pig Jowls, lb .10c Dry Salt Bean Pork, lb . . . . .10c NEW STORE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd. Bloomingdale Branch, located at 1632 North Capitol Street (near R), will be opened Saturday, February 3rd, and the attractions will be great. DON'T MISS IT. I OLD DUTCH MARKET, Inc.I I The Market if 5Sjfc, THe Mtrtet tf J mm Economies (u)UE OewHotss &p DUTCH &UDDBON SOCIETY HEARS BIRD TALK Durator Beebe, of Hew York Zoo, Lectures on Ceylon and ' the Himalayas. The Audubon Society of (he District held 4t fifteenth annual jneetlnc at JIc- Klnrey Hlch School last-nlcht. In the nbsence of Judge Job Barnard, president nf the society, MaJ. Richard Sylvester, the lce president, presided. He spoke bricfl of the society's progress in co opt rating- nitli religious and educational institutions The report of the secretary. Miss IL P Chlld was approved Miss Mary Brkkenstcli), treasurer, reported receipts tor the j ear amounting to J2M.65, with an expenditure of J156.SC There is now t3K tn the treasurj C ilbam Beebe curator of birds at the .Nor 1 ork Zoological Park, cave an illustrated lecture, entitled "A naturalist in Ceylon nnd the Hlraelavas" Ofliccrs were re-elected, with the addi tion of Dr William M, Davidson The list follows President, Hon. Job Bar nard, honorary v Ice-presidents, Cbarles J. Bell, Mrs Henry F. Blount. Georpe F.. Bonerman. John Burroughs, Dr William M Davidson. Dr Theodore GUI, Mrs Ar nard lionorary vice presidents, Charles T, Janncy, Mrs Rudolph Kauffmann, Sirs William Brunt Kins Dr. F. H. Knowlton. Mrs. George Colton Mavnard, Dr C Hart Merrlam. Theodore W. ves, H C Obcrholser. Mrs John Dew hurst Patten, GlfTord PInchot, Theodora Roosevelt, Dr C XV Richmond, Robert Rldgviay, Miss Alice L. Rlgjs, C. H. Ru OTTO COKE OTTO COKE , Prdf.r OTTO COKE from jour dealer. This Coke Is prepared specially for family use. and has no equal. It Is amuch stronger coke than the kind you are now using, and will last longer in burning. Your dealer can deliver jou i this coke the same day that you order It for J6 00 per ton f.ori.5rualld '"tove aiae) coke, with a heating value of 0 bushels of lighter coke, and for which you are paying JS.50. ORDER OTTO, and save so cents a ton. Order from We sell to STANDARD Wholesale) Coal 12 Eye Street croscup's United States History coupon THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1. Cot no coupon aid present It at the offlce of Tbo Washington Herald wltB tha Incidental exseaso arnooat mentioned below (which covers the Items of cost of packing, express from tha' f aetory, checking, clerk hire, and other accessary expenses), aad rcedra tao book, CROSCIPS IHiTEl STATES HISTORY With Synchronic Chart This fjTaloaBlo wtrrtr baa beesi folly cTtaerfbea and fllnsf rate in fct. paper. It U a JCEW jEXIrtGED Uom.gtU &mpimtl. "55rT,,?eri.?a 5"""dJ? b,,Ty U" . The an" chart. U color, ceatnrea. ""e "waerowi other dUgraas bJ aVacbil ONE COUPON AND 89 CENTS GETS THE BOOK BOOK Br MAIL, 20c EXTRA FOR POSTAGE Call aad examine this book at The Herald eJBca. Another Business Building Saie of 20 Meats at 10c For Thursday, Feb. 1st. BEEF, PORK and SPECIALTIES ry Salt Fat BMk, Hamburg Steak, Ik Chwk Roast, Ik ...10ck PotReast,lb 10c OM htch M, lb 10c CntedBeefRell,lb ....10c teef Liver, lb 10c fireen Sausage, lb 10c Belegna Sausage, lb 10c Frankfurter Sausage, lb 10c dolph. Rev. Dr. Frank Sewall, Thomas W SIdwell. A. T. Stuart, Maj. Richard Syh ester. Henry L. West, James Wilson, and S. W. Woodward: secretary. Miss Helen P Chlldi, treasurer. Miss Mary Brickcnsteln. Executive committee Judge Barnard, chairman. Mrs Clarence A Asptnwall, Mrs. Florence Merrlam Bailey. Dr. Paul Bartsch, Frank Bond. Miss Elizabeth V. Brown, Miss Marie Boynton. Miss Ella Given, Arthur H. Howell, X D Miner, Henry Oldvs. Dr. T. S. Palmer. Mrs. Wallace Radcllffe. G, R. Shoemaker, Miss Emma. Strlder, Miss Suter, and the officers, EASY FOR PAYJgGHI THIEVES, Ransack William Vlanimer'n Home and Kacape with 200 Loot. Thieves operating 1n daylight entered the home -of William Flammer, a, clerk. lhlng at 13CT Newton street northwest, jesterday. ransacked the house, and es caped with loot valued at 00. Breaking a glass pane In the front basement door, the Intruders found it simple to turn the lock from the Inside and enter A Jimmy was used. In prying; open the locked door leading Irom tna basement to the kitchen, and then the culprits had the run of the house A gold watch and chain, a gold trophy for marksmanship, a pair of diamond earrings, a ladles' ring set with opals, a gold neck ahaln, a gold pin set with pearls, a sunburst, a gold locket, and a, number of costly trinkets and old coins. In addition to two $10 bills, were gathered by the th!oes and carried away. TTorsea Killed by Blrda. Louisville, Ky, Jan. 31 Blackbirds, carrying infection from the South, through mosquito bites, are responsible for the death of great numbers of Ken tucky horses from a disease akin to pellagra, in the opinion of Assistant State Veterinarian M. A. Purdy. Com munication of disease Is through laying eggs In damp fodder. your dealer. dealers only. COAL CO. and Coke Southeast ZxsSl lb 10c 10c W.C.T.U. LEADER CENTER OF THRONG Women Cheer Mrs. Lillian Stevens, National President, at Pro hibition Reception. rro&IMtioa's still la Maine. Shout the sen afar. hlrrma led the mat casual?!, IUhl Rahl IUhl" inree nunarea w. c T. U, women shouted this cry with the quick staccato of a cheering section at a big football came when Mrs. Lillian M. Stevens. na tlonal preslderft of the W. C T. U , step ped to the platform to say a few ttords to the Washington members mho held a reception for visiting delegates last night at the W. C. T. V. building, la Sixth street northwest. Mrs. Stevens, avowed leader of the Prohibition party In Maine, told the women that she had been erro neously reported as telling the House Judiciary Committee that prohibition In Maine is more of c. theory than a fact." "This quotation was a misunderstand ing," she said, "for the Prohibition party is stronger than ever In Maine. It is true the majorities in tho 1311 election were smaller than previously, but the results were a great moral victory. ' Miss Anna A- Gordon, vice prcsldent-at-Iarge, told tho gathering that prohi bition had taken a great brace, follow ing the Introduction Into Congress of Rep resentative Hobson's resolution favoring constitutional prohibition throughout the United States, and that from now on "all roads would lead to Washington and would be filled with white rlboonera on their way to Congress." Gneata of Honor. Guests of honor at the reception. In ad ditlon to Mrs. Stevens and Miss Gordon, were Mrs. Chauncey Goodrich, national president from China; Mrs. ballna Moore, Tennessee: Mrs. Ella M. George, Penn sylvania; Mrs. T. E. Patterson. Georgia; Mrs. Sarah H. Iloge. Virginia. Mrs. Mary R. llaslup, Maryland. Miss Kileii M. Stone, Macedonia: Mrs. Margaret Dje Ellis, national superintendent of legisla tion. Brooklyn: Mrs. Frances w. Graham, national musical Director. Mrs. Emma Eanford Sbelton. president of tha District V a T. U.. had ap pointed Mrs. W. J. Cawthon as chairman of the receiving committee. Shn was assisted by Mrs. Curtis Gresham. MUs Gussle Nichols, Mrs. C. TV. Bridwell, Mrs. Johns. Mrs. Nicholson, Mrs. Rice. Mrs. Chapln. and Mrs. Topham. Miss Emir ua cnaxsa oi ine ica isuic. The programme for the evenings en tertalnment included the W. C. T. U. song and rally call: solo by Miss Lillian Chenowltb: reading by Mr. Roderick: solo oy miss uinora; reauing by Miss Flora Kua Hanson, "rno Blind Archer.1 "When Melindy Sings." and "How Did You Die?" "solo by C W. Bridwell: solo oy Mrs. w. J. fawtnon. "Moonlight' and "A Perfect Day?' "America." led by Mrs. Anna la Grlgsby; reading by C. H. 'Hanson. "How Gavin Blrse Broke His Engagement." More than 100 members of the vr. T. U. descended, upon the House Com mittee on .judiciary yesterday to urge the passage of bills which give States having anu-uquor laws the rutht to seize and destroy Intoxicantstshlpped Into dry territory for retail use. Mrs. Ulllan Jf Stevens, of Portland. .Me., me nauonai president of the v. c T, IT., spoke for more than an hour reviewing the work the organization has accomplished, and especially mentioning that of Georgia. Mrs. Mary Hamsj Amor, the Georgia "cycrone," told the committee that most of the crimes com mitted In her State during the last year have been the result of liquor brought Into the State of Georgia from other States. Ellen M. Stone, the. Boston missionary for whose ransom fco.ax) was paid to Turkish bandits, said: "The west coast of Africa Is a. big saloon. Why., ono day l was riding through a mountain defile and saw a long pack-train approaching. Ws they neared roe I -saw the animals -were loaded with cases of rum from Boston, and l was ashamed, of jrty city." TlYWRINEEYEUIKIl lor Bed, Weak. Weary, Watery Byes V and WIANULATED EYELIDS 1 I KIWt W-$b &, M, DOLLAR MUM "ADS" MADE A HIT Stores Thronged with!Bea(fc ers of Washington Herald. STOCKS WERE ALL SOLD OUT The PoIUnar Power of an Adver tUeneat In Tlie Herald Demon' atrated to the Satisfaction of the Merchant Who Vied the Paper to Itench the (Public Thousands of eager purchasers, mostly women, lured by The Washington Her ald dollar bargain day ads and prlght sunshiny weather, swarmed downtown stores from early morn till closing time yesterday, and literally '"cleaned out" the stock. Business streets gave the appear ance of Christmas shopping crowds. Crowds were waiting at Berberich'a before the store doors were opened, and the spacious salesrooms were thronged all day. When the doors were Closed tna bargain shelves were as bars as Old Mother Huobard's cupboard. Goldenberg's shoe sale marked an epoch in shoe selling. At 11 a pair they went like the proverbial hot cakes. The corps of extra clerks said they had never seen such a rush. A throng of purchasers -laid In a stock of shoes at the Family Shoe Store, where Jl bought just three times as much as on other shopping days. At the store of Dennis & Ellis one woman who Is not counting on her leap year chances laid In a supply of low summer shoes to ust for years. Sho bought twelvo pairs- As If Sfrcpt by a Cyclone. Bargain tables groaned beneath their weights of Jl shoes when Wm. Hahn & Co. opened for business, but when the stores were closed the tables locked like they had been swept clean by a cyclone. Scores of women who visited A. L. Falk S. Co.'s store to buy a dollar waist for 63 cents went the limit and bought half a dozen. Six only to one customer, you know. Parker, Bridget & Co, sold satisfac tion as well as raiment. Hundreds at tracted by dollar bargain day througed the clothing house and bought every thing from overcoats to kerchiefs. Hundreds of Lace Cnrtalna Sold. S. Kann, Sons & Co. sold enough lace curtains at Jl tbo pair to make, a canopy big enough to cover their busy store, at Eighth and tha Avenue. Sateen petti coats, too, went fast. Several carloads of potatoes, celery. tomatoes, onions, probably would ho required to fill all the vegetable dishes that were carried away from Dulln & Martin's store, at Jl each. Yesterday waa not the Saturday before Easter, but you would have thoucht so TT ou had visited Gude's, where tulips. ejeurnen ana azaleas sow for tho bar gain price of Jt A sightseer who went in the Peoole's Drug Store for headache medicine asked clerk If a famine in drugs was an ticipated here. The clerk said: "No. Dol lar bargain day." Drifts of llnrerie dlsaoneared from thn (Palais Royal tike the drifts of snow t-nder a typical thawing son In Wash ington. The white fluffy stuff went fast at a dollar. lanaburgh & Brothers, who are noted for their fine broadcloths, report a record sale In the black J1X0 variety, which they offered for Just two-thirds of the original price. A J. Bennett & Co , drew throngs to their annual clearing sale by offering all sorts of high price hats for the price of II Did they dear outT Well, ask them. Jackson Brothers had a big sale of Smyrna rugs, at Jl. and brass Jardinieres, containing embalmed palms, at the same price. The merchants got results. The pub Ho got bargains. Dollar day made a bit. Marshal Becomes Dentist. Dr. A. W Gash. deputy-United States marshal at the Police Court, has resigned to practice dentistry. His place will be filled by Deputy Marshal Robert Liv ingston. WEATHER COSDHIOHS. U S. Dept ot Arrimlturr. WciUwr Boraa. Wuhtuztcn, D. a, Jn. 31. ms-t p. m. With tlu eusEtlca of loo! inffwi la tbs rtxioo cf the Gmt takra, the wetther Trill rtmala ftlr to4ir and ttMaorro thxourboct the coantrr. rto eroded trmrcrmtore etunccs tie lmucaua for ny rit of tl United SUtea draisc ttie sat fcrtj-eiiM hoots, Local Temperature. Mldnht, 30, z a. m.. 3: t s. a.. 3, i a. n., I. a. b.. 3t. 10 a. m a, IS noon. 1, ! n a. 31, 4 p. m., 31, S r- 9, t p. m.. a, 10 p. su. . JJfduat. E, lomct. V rtrfatiTs hnmldJlj-S a m.. H. 3 p. m.. X. I p. m.. C Caiofall (S p. m. to t p. a.), T. noma of auatalsr. .$. rrr cent u pgauue stut- etln.C Temcmtun suns dale lut lear-Hlautit. 35. kneat. a. Temperatures in Otner Cities TapcntsM Is other dues, tocotbrr with tit amount of rainfall for toe tweatr-foor heats coded at I p. a. raterair. tn foumrs: Baut- Slti. )ilc.!n.m. fall. Aaberille, K. C. U a S 0 M Atlanta. Ga.. 3 3 3 Atlantic Otr. X. 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Ill 34 II 31 Taroraa, Waah. ............. U .. a .... Tampa. Fla C f Toledo, Ohio.. ,.,. 3 U a iieusarg. Mta. so a W .... TldeTabte. To-dai-Bixh tide. Cdt a. m. and f JT n m Ixnr tide. 12-44 a. m. and B13 n, a. , TooorrovHUa- tide. 13 a. m. and I.U p, k. Low Uds. 136 s. m. and 111 p. m. , Nabbed on Assaalt Charge. David Kits, thirty-one years old, a stu dent living In apartments at First and H streets northwest, waa arrested last night on a charge -ot assaulting a feltow-itu- dent, Charles G6rdon, twenty.seven year old, ofv&IS H street northwest, with a hammer. Gordon was removed to Emer- Igtncy Hospital, and later went to his roots. Xat produced SCO collateral and rreleased, SUES ESCroW B0A1D. Gen. Bart Wants Separate Dates tor "Voting; aad Registration. Gen. Andraw 8. Burt, V. S. A., retired, asserting be appears for "the people," has filed suit In the District Supreme Court to- compel the Republican election board of tha District to name separate dates for registration and votlnsr In con nection with tha election of delegates to tna .Republican national convention. Plaintiff charges fraud and corruption in connection with the election four years ago, and gives alleged instances of "lightning" voting. The suit Is brought against John Lewis Smith. Leonard P. Bradshaw, and An drew J. Thomas, who were appointed as tha election board by the Republican National Committee on December 12 last. They have called for registration and election on February 11 WILL SOT SUPPORT CLARENCE DARROW A. F. of L. Will Not Defend lawyer Indicted in Los Angeles orf Bribery Charge. That the American. Federation of Labor will take no official cognizance of the Indictment in Los Angeles of Clarence Darrow, and that no movement baa been started to have organized labor aid In the defense of tho accused lawyer, was the statament of President Gompera yesterday. To-day Mr. Gompera will re sume his arguments before the Senate committee In favor of the eight-hour law. Should he be called to appear before the Federal grand Jury Investigating the alleged dynamite conspiracy. Mr. Gom pera said ho would cheerfully give any Information .asked. He said the books and records of the federation are open to the Inspection of any legally consti tuted body. Asked tor an opinion regarding the Indictment of Clarence Darrow, the at torney who defended the McNamaras, Mr. Gompers declared ho believed Dar row innocent. He said tho federation would not tako any steps to aid In the defense of Mr. Darrow Frank Morrison, secretary of the feder ation, and Henry H. Flather. cashier of the RIggs National Bank. left Wash ington Jesterday morning for Indian apolis, in compliance with the subpoenas served upon them Monday, as stated In The Washington Herald. JORY HAY INDICT ANOTHER LAWYER Attorney Harrington, Who Was Im ported by Darrow to Direct De tectives, May Be Summoned. Los Angeles, Jan. 31 The admission by Assistant District Attorney W. J. Ford that Attorney John R. Harrington, ot Chicago, who was Imported by Clarence Darrow to hare charge ot the detectives employed on the McN'amsra case, wilt be among thwe concerning whom testi mony will be presented before tbo county grand jury In Its investigation, further statements made by Bert Franklin con firming the report that he had held conference with the assistant district at torney, but denying that a third party acted In the affair, and the return from Indianapolis ot Deputy District Attorney Arthur Vcltch with a large amount ot new evidence bearing on the Western end of the alleged dynamite plots, were the most important developments In the dynamite conspiracy Investigation to-day. Clarence Darrow, who was Indicted Monday on the charge of jury bribln?, held a long conference with Earl Rogers, his attorney, to-day. In a statement he further reiterated his Innocence ot any crime. He will be arraigned tie fore Pre siding Judge Hutton. of the Superior Court, at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning. Bert Franklin, wrose determination to turn State's evidence when the bribery cases against Attorney Clarence S. Dar row are tried was announced yesterday, stated to-day that his Interview with Assistant District Attorney Ford, which led up to his decision, was held In Los Angeles. Russell called upon Karl Rogers, chief counsel for Clarence S. Darrow, to-day and when interviewed corroborated what Franklin had stated concerning bis duties at tho Darrow offlce. Deputy District Attorney Arthur Veitch, who has had charge of most of the documentary evidence at this end of the alleged dynamite conspiracy, returned from the Federal investigation at Indian apolis this afternoon, bringing with him a large amount of new evidence which has a bearing upon the Times explo sion and the Western end of the alleged plots. The Investigation In Indianapolis will De concluded In two weeks." he said. I have enough additional evidence to guarantee some very Important new de velopments In the cases." Birth of Dlckenn Observed. An Interesting musical and literary programme was given last night by the young people's branch of Christ's Luth eran Memorial Church, In celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens. The programme included a paper on Dickens life, by ueorge jonannes; a rcaaing. oy Howard Sedgwick: an address, by Ker. j. Vrea erick Wenchel, and musical numbers by Mrs. George jonannes, miss uiga Helt muller, and Edwin Callow. HARRXAGD LICENSES, WDllim A. SUrraron. S. and Mardalen Ende, 32. both ct Baltimore. 114. Iter. Junta X. Smyth. Bora O. CWcmas, 3, and Jocrlm IV Cochin, xa. Dota or vcicniera. wr. awara ouruer. itmtt D Itnrdae, 31, ant 131 C. Utiiaaara, a ttxr ABdrw J. &lrr. 8aamtt C. lleakt. 35. sod Oats C Rktaidsca, 3. Bar. Grorte A. MSlrr. Gwn W. Ktotrl. 21. nd Mabrl I. Zirmehla, u. Dotb or luitimorr, mil nrr xiwani Btauejr John K. Martmr, 53. of Bnnnrtoim. "a., and Ultahcth J. a. Moot. 33. of Hint BIB. Va. Scr. O W. Tan Yemen. .John P. ntrrtej. 25. of York- City. X T., and Jcaactte I. Sierras, 25. Bar. P. J. OCoo. sen, tteem U Jtffrle. a. and On. Lee Jeaue, U. both of Bicfanmi. Va. Itrr. Edward Btanlcr. Dankl W Cash. II. and Janes nianrh Drtticr, 3, both of Giro Wilton. 1. Bar, W. A. Jldrta. RIRTII RECORD. vTBITi "William T. and Emmie M. Ward. boy. Oeorae and Minnie E. Stein, boy. R. Harvey and Hellen Sargent, boj William pnd Ethel A. Rutter, glrU William A. and Mabel Marccron, glrL Katale and Grasla Maschero, boy. Calvert and Ethel L. Lowry. boy. Tonl and Anna Koaok. boy. Israel and CccIIIa Friedman. glrL rbim.nl.. nlA rnnrffnl TW1 VM.Vrn grl., . .. . . . .Utnes SICC ana limn a. uecK, giru John R. and Helena O. Bennett. wy. Nicholas and Antonlnn Berezoakl, boy. Nathan and Etta Becker. glrL Clifton P. and Cora F. Ash, boy. OOUJBtlv William E. and Bertha Walker, alrl. Charley and Janey Plummer, girL Oeorgo and Rosetts. lagans, girl, William I. and EInora. Dysxin, girL BOARD APPROYES HOSPITAL REPORT C. of 0. Directors Defer Pinal Ac tion, However, on Committee's Becosuaendations. . The board of directors of the Chamber of Commerce went on record at a spe cial meeting last night as favoring the recommendations of the public health committee urging a J1M.O0O appropriation by Congress for the use of the Emer gency Hospital and, protesting against the Board of Charities' proposition to separata private and public charities In the District. Members of the board were of tho opinion, however, that final decision in the matter should be left to the entire membership or the, Chamber. According ly, a special meeting will be called within the next few days, iast night President James F. Oyster waa unable to say Just when the meeting would be held, but declared It would be called as soon as possible. In order that the Chamber's recommendations can be forwarded to Congress before any action on the bill dealing with the Emergency Hospital question Is taken. At a meeting last night It was expected final action would be taken. Dr. Harry M. Kaufman, chairman of the public health committee, was on hand to answer questions asked by members of the board regarding matters pertaining to the local hospital situation. After considerable discussion. It was decided, the Importance of the question warranted action on the part of the entire membership. Unanimous approval of the committee's report on the question was-expressed by the board, however. BOY SCOOT CHIEF TO HAYE BUSY DAY Many Entertainments Planned for Gen. Baden-Powell Daring His Stay in Capital. On his arrival hero early Saturday morning Gen. Baden-Powell will he es corted by President Colin H, Livingstone, of the national council of the Boy Scouts. They will take breakfast at the New "WUlard and will be received by the British Ambassador before going luncheon at the home ot Mrs. John Hays Hammond. Early In the afternoon there will be a private review of about COO Boy Scouts on the lawn of the "White House by President Taft. the British Ambassador, Gen. Baden-Powell, and the president and council of the scouts. The line will form with the Boy Scout Band at the Corcoran Art Gallery at I JO o'clock. The public will not bo admitted to this re view. Gen. Baden-Powell will be kept busy during the afternoon by Boy Scout on cers and has been Invited to dinner -by the British Ambassador at C 43 o'clock. The general will close his stay here with a lecture at S JO o'clock at the D. A., R. Memorial Hall, after which a reception will be held on the. stage,, Mrs. W. Murray CrancC wife ot the Senator from Massachusetts, la chair man of the committee tn charge of the reception, and la to be assisted by Mrs. Leonard Wood. Mrs. Samuel "W, McCall, Mrs. Julius Kahn. Mrs. Huntington Wil son. Mrs. Robert G, Sharp. Mrs. Robert Shaw Oliver, and Miss Mabel Board man. , The signal honor of being appointed to ride with Gen. Baden-Powell yesterday was conferred upon J. Howard Fellows, of tCOt Wisconsin avenue. Fellows is fifteen sears old. five feet seven Inches in height, and a member ot the first scout class. lie Is a pupil In the eighth grade ot the Eton School. DEVTII RECORD. WHITE. Mary Williams, SO years. Government Hospital lor tne insane. William II. Shavender. 1 Tear. S 3d at. nw. Mary L. Thomas, 7 ears, 31U Jt St. nw Marr E. Orton. 4S vears. Washlneton Asylum Hospital. james b. sariy. m jcars, power- ouse, Freedmen a Hospital. Reginald Shirley. montlis. Washing ton Home for Foundlincs. Margaret Schumann. 3 months, Wash ington Horn tor Kounanngs. James . White, s raontns, uc lztn st. se. Joserjh F. En aid. 4 da vs. Georsre Washington Unlversitv HospltaL Hennr V Robinson. 63 years. ISM Marion st- nw unaries I. west, n years, s f st- nw. Daniel Jackson. 70 vears, 1015 6th st sw. Lorenza Norrls, 4o years. 42 3d at. sw. Nicholas Kellv. veam.ltLS Church St. Sidney Penn, SO years. Emergency Hospital. Robert Lewis. 70 years. 2115 II st. nw. Rosella E. Spriggs, 4 years. 1510 CTth st nw. Helen Louise Mirshall. 3 days, 2C3 M st. nw. Largest Morning Circulation. Carital and PndirMed ProflU Orer ll.B0.eo3 STABILITY Tested by Time. SINCE 1867 this institu tion has had the pat- ronagc of tlie most consen'ativc depositors. It is the OLDEST as well as one of the strongest sav ings depositories in the city. tVSame rate of Interest paid on both large and small accounts. National Savings and Trust Company. Cot. J Sen and N. Tf, At. cryoRTT-nrra teab. THE FLORIDA INN GOOD FOOD CABJCFCU,T COOKED. Chh Bnakfait, sun Cents. IA1o H; Bandar, lull Luncheon a la Carte, K to 3 and Club Lonrtieon, SS to B Orata. KTH STItErr JOV. 'Kiop 31. oo. cmistim xjuncri Tatnoas VIM1N1A PORTS Atedal awarded Paris Exposition, 1900. Family Quality Heuae 1-boasU.ai. K Brandt llouan. AerVVt(ey aaa'4 421 it 421 7 SL 417to.42f lli.t. LINENS AND TOWELS 1tS Soft-finished Union. Huck Towels: 15c quality. Spe- lOl claL each...... 2 72-lnch. Bleached Irish Dam ask. In 10 new and desirable pat terns: 11.15 quality. Spe- so cial, a. yard,.. 0C Z-S Bleached Irish N'ap ktns; 11.73 quality. Spe- Jl tn ::-lnch Extra Weight Irish Napkins; 13 50 quality, 9 rvn Special, per do .,JUU All-Ilnen Undressed Hem stitched lluck Towels: 30c Ot quality. Special, each 37 patterns In Extra Weight Bleached Irish Table Damask: a good value at 11.25. Spe- 1 fin claL per yard .UU 20-lnch Bleached Scotch Nap kin: snow white, perfect finish, and new patterns: 12.50 tto fin alue: per dozen.. ......sv," Double Damask Pattern Table cloths: 2x2 yds.. were Jl 50.. now 13.50 2x2H yds.. were 15.75. .now $4 IS 2x3 yds.. were 17.00. .now 15.25 2x4 yds.. were S.00..now 37.00 3-t Napkins to match, were 1(00. now 13 00 per dor. Round patterns, newest designs. vevvAV,svivvi): EDUCATIONAL. If Toq nerd coaebta for the Clerk Pronation, or w anr other tumlnatlo- tain mi fJVIL. grJtV. ICE CLAhS. Our prpUl raja. THE MILTON SCHOOL STENOaBAPHT AXD TTPEVnUTIXO. ta H atrrrt nenhwrat. HALL-NOYES SCHOOL Oilldnn and adalta. Dar and nlahL Oma; BearoeM, Gxadad. Course, prrp. sprctal Coutae Ar mutioa rormins i ma, aw. iaares. caxa . niANCEalli.SN RALfi A. At Puna. six. 3 E at. it. rhon 1L3R1. Do You Want a Good Position? Ton an rnnn Touneli for aw at Btir Bnrfscu Collestt a trw enntba Wt will jrocor tb DOsritloa for you wbca joa n rtmdj. Hot m iIuxm fnttaatt of this acboel U vna&ej9&. CalL wrttt , or pbcc for caii2crL STRAYER'S BUSIM9ES COLLEGE. STB AND T STtU VTA8HI.NGTOK. D. C SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE OF APPLICATION POR CHAETEB--hotiot Is hereby tltcn of th Inttntka of tbi na dvilcsed to aptfr to th Ccwvmiminoen at th Di trict cf CohimbU. on thm TTH DAT OP FCS RUART. VKX, at W o'clock a. ta., for a charter of tDCorporatSoa oadcr tho prorialoa of an act of Qm ttrcas nxtiUetX "As act to prarlda fco tha tsecx rotatloa of trrat, loan, mortrace, and certain other corporatioo within ta District of Cbhssbfa," ap ITOeed October 1. 1130, and embrace4 Is eabchapur 11 of the Coda of tho District of Ctrftzmhu. The name of the rscopoectl cenpanr ah3 he The Uawj Trust Company. The conapeny t to be crzanbed for the pnrpcae of dot&c grarral trust, lean, and mortnse oistnssa. and feadi other buiineee aa may be eathcrixed by uid act of Coosrcaa or by the Code of the DlstUca of Cohnabia. .. Toe saous of the proposed Iccorrcratora ertf, raak -ftS?', c SR&.i3S. : t Hirrr t Clabasxa. Perry IValnwnt. Morr.'K. uaitaac " CrwrA V. Goga. Hin Vdvard ueLean. WUton J Lamoart. niat Rl.ir A- liarxf Jollua Oarsnal. Wm.-WaUaaa CluaTaQ. Tboa. C BrajlaT. jaaea Baixd. f-A.1 e. vfertSnrtoa, rfpcm n. jtoian, vyas. B'arr vnitt. r. a waiacr. 8. w Woodwarf. iaC-St SPrXIAf. MEETING OF TKIS STOCkHOLOEIU ci u WASHLNGTO.V CDUNTSr CUB ia raU- ei at tb Oobbouae. in Alexandria Count? a (or iixncn. I. Utt, at p. m. ftl EtiS OFFICE OF THE WASHINCTOV GASLIGHT Ckxnpany. Waibisston. 1 O, Jan. It, llli Tba anneal xncrtisx cf tha abaraholdara ef ts. TVaihiartoo Caalixnt Comsaar for tna .lection ot dlrtdora to serra tb cnaams rrar and for tha frana- acuon or soca 9uer ouaiaaaa aa aaay prorwnj am bafoM tha aaid xotttlnz wilt ba hrld at tha nSeo of the comcaar. No. U3-4IT 10th at. irH MONDAT. Fcbnarx 5, WZ. st n o docx nooo. Tha nous wul ta orra from 0 o'clock noon to 1 clock n. au Jalt-Ut WILLIAM B. OBME. STttarT. VIAVI tiCIENCB OF HEALTH. NAT oral, nonsurgical: 00-p. book tree. Apply br mall. Sit Colorado Bide. Frta lecture tor women Wednesdays at 223 p. aa. Zt-U Order Miller's Self Raising Buckwheat MADE OF FINEST MOUNTAIN GROWN GRAIN LOOKS LIKE BUCKWHEAT. TASTES LIKE BUCKWHEAT. E7At jour crocera. o consumers sarrbrd. B. B- EARNSHAW & BRO.. Whoteala Crocars, Ilta and V. ats, aa. rilHERAL DIBECT0RS. W. S. i?UMPHEEY & SON. ruhcau. DuncToua and eubaues3. va FourtKrth stmt aw. ChirL Thoc. Korta sea. J. WH.UA3I LEE, Fnarral Director and Embalmcr. Llitrr in cccsacnon. CbssaodMns Caspal and ilod-rn CTtoutorlum. UadoU priori. S FaoBQlTanU aia. nv. Talaphona Alala 1S1. QE0BQE ?. ZDBH0RST, SI EAST CAPlTOr. ST. Eatataiatitd UST. CHAS. 8. ZUoBOaST. atxr. W. R. SPEARE, rDNEBAL D1CECTOR AXD EVBALillB. 940 F Street N.W. WAsni.NGTo.v. d. a Tboncs Main est. Frank A. Speare, Mgr, DIED. CROOGON-Suddenb'. on Tuesday; Jan uary OT, uu, juh.i ii. -i.ujvi... aired sixty-seven years. ..,,,, Funeral at prayer room of foundrr Church. Frldar. February i at 1 n m. riusAKD-qn wc idf Jnnr no. mother of Lo'uls J. Frisard. ajed seventy-nine years. ... , Funeral from J. W. Lee's chapel, on Thursda. February I. at, 3 p. m. Frlends Invited to attend. WcMAHON-Suddenly. on Tuesday. Jan uary SOI ISii. at ber residence. $U C strtet northeast. ELLEN, widow oC James JlcJlahon. aged sUty-nve Funeral from her lato realdeneo on Thursday. February 1. at I JJ a. m. Solemn requiem mass at St Josephs Church, Second and C streets north east, at 9 a. m. Interment In Mount Olivet Cemetery- Relatives and friends Invited. (New York and Bal timore papers pleasa copy.) FUNEEAI DESIGNS. OTHERM. FL0WEBS Of Ertr DctcrliaJar-Uodfntatr rMoad, OUDE, rancral Dearaa. rttaaral PKpn "" GEO. C. SHATFEB, Braoural Floral Dcalssa, rtr raaaonabla la nice. Thee it Ualo. ltt j at. a. Despite unfavorable-climatic conditions, the production of beet sugar In Sweder has Increased until that nation has prac tlcally atopped ImportlnaT usjar 1 ., i-. , , jv wTfafenaiiW -j. - j--s