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- - -J-"WS THE WASHINGTON HERALD. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1912. Lansburgh&Bro. 421 ii 4317th St. 417 ie 425 8th St Gifts He Will Heed pure Silk Half Hose, in a num ber of plain shades. Including nav). tan. and srai: as also an endless variety of striped ana lacquard effects. In all colors; made with spliced heel and toe; regular 75c qualllj. all Eg. sizes. Pair """ And endless variety of patterns In Gold and bterllng Silicr Cult Links priced at 50c io $1.50. A great pick of Jewelry such as he 11 appreciate Is awaiting your Inspection in our Men's Wear Shop. Cuff Links, Scarf Pin and the Clasp to match Ncatlj boxed for presentation $2.00 and $2.50. A beautiful Scarf Pin Is alwajs appreciated We can show jou a .great value at $1.50, $2.80 or $2.50. $7.50 Men's Rain Coats, $5.23 What does anv man need more than a rain coif They are the popular English sllp-ons. double texture with plaid reverse, all scams cemented and buttons fas tened iv lth button back A cash offer made them ours to C 09 sll at "'" Mies 31 to : NO matter where ougo for the Christmas Holidajs, jour suit should be cleaned and pressed by us. Yale Laundry Lannderers. Dry Cleaners. Dyers. 437 New York Ave. W e Kive nerald $35,000 roctest T.tea. e tt i i i m i . i. .1. i I Garrison's Specials T Camnbell's TTtobaseo 1A. ! T Catsup - 5 Campbell s Tomato 1 ft X A Catsup lut 4 4" Campbells Baked Beans 1f v with tomato sauce UC 4 I First and You Sts. j Phone Horth 2377 f I We clTf Herald (23,400 i. 4 eoateat votes. J ! fr-M-M-i-M-fr-fr ! ! ! ! ! -X-Z-j Yes, you can buy good candies at 25c pound H DMirlous sweets at this little price are featured here. If 5 ou Invent tasted them there a de- lishtful surprise awaiting you. I Buckingham's 1 229-231 Pa. Ave. S. E. BEE HIVE MARKET Tirco Can Corn 1ft KaiMns J for Z Citron pound ISi Tomatoes, 3 on 2 . ROM:Nm,lTT, Oth and M slrrrts. Phone N ZSt din Toto la Tba Benld C5B0O Contest. 'CONOMY MEAT MARKE T Vbert the ten ef Foodatuffi cat be bad at tb lowest pmaiUsi prices. Meats. Flab, and YrorUiocs Jiraja fresh. 403 Third St. N. W. We GItc otes la The Herald 15.000 Contest. TORRE 901uPfiNN-. bleats and provi sions. Home dresscd Poultry a spcclaltj i Voles In Tli Benld E3.0CS CootMC For Health and Pleasure Drink Palmer's Lemon-Kola ror Sale Everywhere. itc the crown tops rood for Her ald contest otea for eacy penny of the price. CONNECTICUT MARKET Wahl & Co., 926 19th St. N. W. QUALITY GROCERIES AND MEATS ,e civ : Herald S2Z.OO0 coatest votes. LATEST AHD NEWEST DESIGNS IN FURNITURE COVERING. Eee me for up-to-date Ideas. Estimates Cladly given. JAIWES TROSKEY H.1G95-M 1451PSLH. W. Wa alv HeraU 23. contest vataa. Wo Storage Charges for First Month. Reasonable rates on Moras;, fcaaltna. ca parking. Sstlaatea fnraiabed. Kx cert arvfe. UNION STORAGE CO.. Phaae M. 4374. 1SJI Pa. an, W Glis Votes la Taa Herald C5.0OJ Gootaat, CARROLL'S GENERAL FURNISHING STORE Eiery thing for father, mother, and the children. 3304 Ga. Ave. Col. 1334. Get tout votes neiw la Berald C&OOO Coctest. HAVE YOU RHEUMATISM? When yon tm a natdj ctt one that contains NO MKRCORT. It il safest. Flftr mn' auconal Is lack et BEAUTS RHEOMATIO BOIOX. Jo TIT It. It Is a Un remedy. Mc per tot Ua. HEALY'S PHARMACY, JohPnroFIT.rr'- THIRD ST. AND MASS. AVE. H.W. W uiTt Vctn In Tha rienld X5.x Cotuad. LARKIN The Sewinc lMrCIVinf Machine Man Will repair Tour sewlnic machla properlr. no matter what make. Eend postal, or phono U-UXS. Corner 3d and H Streets N. W. We Girt Votei la Tat HenM fS,B CtxJw. t "i e-JTif, UNVEIL UJGLEY TABLET IN M Regents of Smithsonian Institution Meet and Adopt Design for Memorial. REPORTS ABE RECEIVED OF YEAR'S EXPEDITIONS Chief Justice White Elected Chan cellor to Succeed the Late Vice President Sherman. L'nvellinB of the Smithsonian Institutl tlon bronze tablet In memorj of tho lato Prof. James Langle will take place on Ma 6. 1913, the Langley Da set aside by the Aero Club of Washington for the an nual celebration The regents of the In stitution made this decision and adopted a design "for the tablet made by John Flannlgan of Now York, hen the an nual meeting -Has held at the Institution jesterda and officers were elected. Chief Justice Edward Douglass 'White of the Lnltcd State Supreme Court being made chancellor, to succeed the late Vice President William S Micrman Resolutions of repect to Vico President fcherman wero adopted Annual r porta of the cccutle 10m mlttee, the permanent committee, and becretar A alcott were adopted The secretary reported on hl own ln estlgatIons concerning the geolog; In the viclnltj or Icllowhcad Pas, British Columbia A brief report was made on thr results of the Ralncv zoological expedition 10 British East Africa. In which Kdmut 1 Heller represented the bmlthsouian In stitution and the United btatcs National Museum , Chllds Frick of Sew Yo-k made an expedition of a similar nature to Ab)s slnla and Northern British East Africa, In which Col Edgar A Mearns partici pated A fine collection of material was gathered and 5 000 of the birds collected came to the National Museum The secretary also reviewed the work cf the Biological Surve of the Panama Canal Zone Through the liberality of Dr Theodore Dman of Cambridge another expedi tion organized through the co-operation of the National Museum and the Mu scum of Comparative Zoology at Har vard explored the highlands of falbena, where collections of mountain sheep and other large game were secured Ned Holllstcr the representative of the mu seum, states that a fine collection of birds and mammals was secured, and that the trip was very satlsf actor . Othr-r Expedition. Bj the kindness of Dr V I Abbot, of Philadelphia, the fcmlthsonlan was en abled to send an expedition to Eastern Dutch Borneo for the collection of the characteristic animals of that countrj A biological survej of the Robson re gion in the Canadian Rockies was car ried on through the courtesj of tho Canadian government and many fine specimens w ere gathered Dr Ales Hrdlicka, of the National Mu seum spent some time In Siberia and Mongolia investigating the native tjpes vith a view to their comparison with klu American Indian C G Abbot, director of tha Astrophjs Ical Observator, continued his work In aMrophv slcs at Basfour. Algeria, where he conducted experiments relative to the variability of the sun's rays. The secretary s report included a resume of the work carried on In the six government branches under the In stitution He alo spoke of the work of the Lnited States National Museum, dwelling especially on the splendid do nations bv William T Kvans who has now presented lo the National Gallerv of rt 13 painting representing 100 American artists Th board adopted a resolution thanking Mr Evans for his public splritedness and for his generous gift to tho museum Announcement was made nf the ap pointment as regents of Hon Charles Fairbanks to succeed Dr James B Angell and the reappointment of Dr ndrew D White of Ithaca N The other regents present were fcenitors Shelby M Cullom Hcnrv Cabot Lodge, and Augustus O Bacon Representatives John Dalzell Scott Ferris and Irvin S Pepper Dr ndrew D White Dr Alex ander Graham Hell, Charles F Choate, jr and J B Henderson Jr , and for mer ice President Charles W Fair banks WEATHER CONDITIONS l S Ppp of Acnciilturr Weitber It irr.u Wahmrton Tlmrsiiv lc 12 8 p. in Bimmrtnc rrcsMire continues hijli orrr prtciiciUy th. entire country and uidff t. influence the weather remained fair except in the retina of the I, real Iaaes where there were local Know, and in the ulf Statei where, there were rains Temperature was decidedly lower Thursday throucu out the hfljtcra and Southern fctatcs while it in creaked decidedly oyer tho Northwest The indicanntM are that the weather will he fair throughout the country Friday and Saturday except that rains are probaWe In the far Northwest. The wind, alons the New Enzland Coast will be moderate west on the Middle Atlantic Coaat light to moderate variable on the South Atlantic Coast moderate north on the caf moderate north and northra on the West Gulf Coaat Ugnt to moderate sanable on the Great Lakes moderate southwest and I.ncnl rempemturen. Midnight r:am.40a.m.2(am.33 a.m 3 Hi m. ? 12 noon 3 :in. 3 4 p. in. 3(jia 3 8 p. m r. llicheat 41 lowct. a Relative humulity-8 am.s32n.rn 76Sp.nl 19 Rainfall 18 p. m to 8 p. m I a Hours of run shine 9 5 per cent of possible sunshine 100 Temperature same date lat year Hifhest S3 low e-t O Temperature In Other Cltlea. amount of rainfall for the twenty four honra ended at S p. ca. yesterday. r aa f oUowa Mar. Mia Inn. fa." aherule N C 3X2 tlanU Ga H 3 30 Ctt.ntb. ritv N. J 30 M "4 Bismarck. N Dak 44 2 U Itoston Mass X 31 3 Buffalo NT 18 14 II rhlnen 111 3) 4 ?0 Cincinnati Ohio . 2 II 31 Cheyenne Wyo .48 2 40 Datenport, Iowa . . .22 4 20 TVntrr Coin. . 30 14 41 Dea Motnes. Iowa. . . 6 4 24 Lniluth Mum . H 6 10 Galrraton Tel 41 44 M 0 12 Helena. Mont. . 46 24 C , n...it. iw.A "n . I. Jacksonrille Ra (a 50 O Kanau City Mo ... 34 13 30 I-mle Rock Ark . 38 30 T6 Los Anseles. Cal . .72 S3 62 Marquette .Mien . . 11 j 10 Memphis. Tenn ... .22 28 30 New Orleans. La ... 46 44 44 0 06 New York. J. X . 30 26 24 !irta riaxte s.ebr . . SJ 12 16 Omaha. !rebr .... 32 8 32 rnUadelpaia. a w jb si . . P1tt.itmr. Pa. 20 12 16 . . Portland, Me 30 23 20 Portland. Orec ... . M 42 0 Bl S.lt take. Cltr. CUh . 46 30 sj St. Louis. Mo. 2 14 24 St. Paul, Minn II -t U Saa Francisco lai ...... .. w u se . . qrfAl 111 22 4 3D .. . Tunni. Wash. ... 44. 24 42 . . Tampa, Fla 70 34 2 Toledo, UDJo. is jo it MAiburc Miss. ... n 30 3 To-dayHich tide 120 a. m. and 4 17 p. to.; low Ide 1137 a. m, Ta-morrow Hlch tide 5J7 a . and IJ0 p. m. low tide, tin a. m. and 12 Jj b ns. fi Ji,i.Jiifc SdCieJiilSi. At BALLROOM OF SOCIETY THEATER. rhoto by llirrU-Lwlnc. stew plnrhonse ndjolnlns the Edaon Ilradlrv residence, which rrn furmallr opened last nlsbt. Brilliant Throng Attends Opening of New Playhouse Private Playhouse of Distinguished Gathering of Social Elect at Initial Performance. n audience that could be nowhere duplicated in this countrj for distlnr tion, prestige ind benut gathered In the gnat hall ' of Mr and Mrs son-Bradlev s superb addition to their alread) beautiful and artistic house last night to hear the famous KiMlel quartet, assisted hi Mile Yvonno de Treville. the well-known soprano at the formal opening of the new Eds.on-Brad- lev piivat theater Tho guests ntered the new wing from Nineteenth btreet. tilt ground floor of which Is given over the cloakrooms, and ascended the winding staircase to the fojcr In the lurve of the stair case on the first landing hangs a price less tapesto called The Fruits ar ' belonging to a pci lod anterior to Goblin The staircase and newel posts were mihoganv, supporting carved gold en candalabram, and a superb chande lier was suspended from the celling Two dourwavs some dlstanc eapart. lead from the foj er Into the ' great hall " as It Is called, the macnlflccntb porportloned medieval room The stage is at the north end, facing the entrance Tho vaulted room Is wainscoted In Eng lish oak, with massive carved beams and crimson velvet hangings and por tieres embroidered in gold Three boxes are on the right-hand entrance and two on the left, on cither side of a hand some stone chlmne) The are level with the floor The three others mak ing a total of eight boxes aro in a bal cons, the projecting sides of which are beautifully carved In medieval deigns The walls above the wainscoting and celling are white plaster. In keeping with the period of the room The staircase leading to the baleom boxes Is In the broad fovcr. which w nds around a fireplace and chimney catliiK Capnelty Lrsrire. The seating capacit) is er large over COO small gilt chairs occupy the floor of the 'Great Hall, and the acoustics are remarkablv good Against the side walls are large and comfortable divans upholstered In green brocade A figure in armor guards each entrance. On the walls hang a shield and spears, and man stags heads add to the me dieval appearance A smaller room opens off the fover It leads to the tow en room In Connecticut Avenue, which is not completed It would be painting the lllj to praise the Kneisel Quartet, which stands at tho head of sueh musical organizations and last rrrght they excelled themselves Mile lvonne do Treville sang delightful! and received enthusiastic appHuse The pro gramme follows Q lartet in ( minor or 27 t n pico Andante AUesTO m to ed agitato Romjnze Andantin Intermezzo AUrrwo nWto marrato Finale Lentm Pre-to al saltarello llach Buite in I Major for yioloncrilo alone Mr Willeke. Dell rqua Chanson Provencale Msenet virjoureufce M Dowell- The Ttluebell lnxh Thema e anazioni Mile de Trenllf Dtorak -Terzetto in O major for two n thus and ytola, op. "4 MUsro ma non tropro Larrhetto vrherzn ( iyacc). Oliere Theme and variations from Quartet in A major op. 2. Leo IMibe-Indian bell sors from Lakzce Mile fie Trrnlle sntril Persona ttend. The German Ambassador and Coun tess von Bcrnstorff entertained the Count and Countess bcherr-Thoss In their box Mrs Marcus llnana had with her In her box former 5-pcaker of the House and Miss Helen Cannon, Miss Phelps Rear Admiral O Ncal and Mr Maurice Lflvv Former becretarv of the Navy and Mrs Victor Metcalf enter tained Mr and Mrs Hcnshaw and Miss Hensnaw In their box Dr and Mrs McKIm were accompanied b Mr and Mrs Charles Henrj Butler The Misses Patten occupied one of the upper boxes as did Rear Admiral and Mrs Thomas C McLiean. Mrs Charles Broughtota Wood, who entertained the British Am bassador, and Mrs Brycc, Mrs George T. Marve, Col ind Mrs Robert Thomp- on, and Mrs rj T Stotesbury were the other boxholders sjuperb toilettes were "worn bv the man beautiful women Mrs Edson Bradle wore a superb gown of black velvet, the bodice being of old rose el vet with crystal embroiders Mrs Reyburn wore black velvet with lace and Jet embroidery Miss Eleanor Re burn was dressed In palo green chif fon, with roses embroidered In crystal. Mrs MacMurray woro white char meuse. and Miss MacMurray wore peach colored charmeuse trimmed with gold embroidery. Mrs Roscoe C Bulmer was dressed In orchid colored charmeuse and chiffon Mrs Samuel Emmons wore black and white chiffon over white satin Mrs Thomas Chatard wore pink char meuse and old lace ' Mrs 'Walter Smith, of Baltimore, wore i handsome gown of black satin and old lace. Miss "Woodhull was dressed In green and black charmeuse, the skirt being In panlercs Mrs. Dundan McKim wore black lace over white charmeuse. Mrs Ralph Jenkins was in black charmeuse, trimmed with white lace. Mrs. Francis B Poe wore embroidered blue brocade. Mrs Christian Hemmlck was dressed In sliver brocade, with pearl trimmings and diamonds. Other Klnhorater Toilettes. Mrs. Richard Harlow wore black net over blue brocade. lira Ten Eck WcndeiTa cown waa of calmon cbarmeuac. iraaajStrA anaaSHelSanHnHVRIHKkXLJ aRftfHaMafaraaaannn3r(V Edson - Bradleys Scene of Mis, Alice Shcpard wore blue chiffon over white satin Miss Marjorle Colton wore white char meuse draped with rose pink chiffon Mrs Charles Campbell was dressed In embroidered brocade Mrs I T Mann wore cmbroidtrcd blue satin Miss lvonne Townsend was dre'sed In blu brocade Mrs Buckner Randolph wore pale blue ihlffon over blue charmeuse Miss aruln Ogden Jones blue i har- meuse and chiffon trimmed with lace Others In the audience were Mr Ill lam Marrow Mr acJk Slcbert Mr and Mrs Jack Biddle Miss Mlmmack. Miss Fremont Miss Dumbell Miss Utchtleld of New Vork, Mr Trescott Mr n thonj Addlon the Bishop of Washing ton and Miss Douglas, Hear Admiral and Mrs McGouan, Dr Chatard Dr Jim- kns Mr Frank Poe Mr Christian Hem mlck Col Francis Colton, Gen Wood hull MARRIIGK LICENSES. WHITE. (.eorje G ItickeUs, 29 and uiie C Lnch 32 t I otomae. Md Hay Rrawnrr 2? and V loM Terry lj both of Ihimfneft. a. !.? U i MacI.eod. Thomu Roudar 42. of Rid mood V a. and Mien Thiraon J6, of Baltimore Md Rer Thomas L. MeOuican Louis a Mueller 13 ird Rosa nrndkr .2. both of Baltimore VH Rolwrt M oroe 1 of Goldtain V and 1 is. lie Noipin 2 of Culne iier a. Iter John t Ba 1 I OLQIIM) Trier. 23 and Kie Unmons I) VV Rronk. 49 and Nannie Hhumate. M WelU 25 and Uila T Holler II Hill. X and Mum. Raldsin 18. iiinTii4 dcroRTun. WIIIT2 Ham I) and Una VI lairs tirl Joph A and Mary K t onor rirl VV illlam and Cathcnno Gats buj Tlteodore C and Gcorfia llees prL Normsn O and Sarah I Braham girt Thomu VV, and Kathln Marshall ta) Robert W. and Gertrude Godrrev girt utuont v. Thomas and nnie FHls. nrl VV luum anil Hunxell VVanL iirL neat and LKttie Ixe inrl Webster and Ix!l- Wilklns. ptl. James and Louisa IIiU t DEM II ItFCnnD. tVIIITK Hsnnah Kellncr 6 ear Ijnertmey Hofr.tal Maneul iuanral 33 twt llcrttal for InsaM Io Itaneis Sulliran. 8 mouth roxhall Road Morris Green i mimths, 622 N M nw COIJRLD William II Lucas ) rsx 43 R. I Aye nw. Mary Wa.hirurton 72 jeara. 303 3d St. sw. Marie VV illiams 13 221 1 St. sw Tliomas V (.nfflth 50 1ST t Are. nw kr-an lUmes W 10S a te w The Oldest RetMedy Known l stidlltz powder All phvsiclans pre scribe li for all trouhles of the stomach, liver and bowels a ou can now buv a good tasting seldlltz powder It Is called lions Lemon beldlltz aVlsVtV'lVsVsysVlrVVMVts HOTEL STERLING Corner 13th and E (Formerly Hotel Johnson) Now Thoroughly Remodeled and Refurnished Formally Opens To-morrow Saturday, December 14, 1912 Every modern convenience of an up-to-date hotel has been installed Rooms, $1.50 day and up Rooms, with bath, $2 day up Running Water and Long-distance Telephone in every room. Ladies' Cafe Gentlemen's Grill ON MAIN FLOOR Service a la Carte Music for Luncheon, Dinner, and After Theater J. W. GIBSON, Manager aVVVVVVVVVStssvstsVwStsVVVsVVst PRESIDENT WORKS ON BUDGET DRAFTS Chief Executive Sees but One Caller, Former Mayor Busse of Chicago. President Taft divided Ms time yester da between the preparation of the first draft of his budget message to Congress and attention to a large pile of corre spondence which had accumulated dur ing the past two weeks In order the better to attend to this work, the Chief Executive locked himself In his library, with strict orders that no one was to be admitted. Former Ma) or Busse of Chicago was the only one who got past the blockade. He called In behalf of Judge Carpenter, of Chicago, whom he waa advocating for the circuit Judgeship left vacant by the resignation jf Judge Peter S Grosscup during the last session of Congress Tho name of the new appointee will probably go to Congress before the President leaves for Panama, a week from last night In addition to his regular work, the President also found time to make out a long list of persons whom he wishes per sonally to remember at Christmas, de sp'te the fart that he will be In Panama. Fifty turkes have been ordered for the White House clerical force, and other presents will find their wa to a large number of the President s friends in all sections of the eountn The President's family will be wldel scattered Christmas Day The President ind Mrs Taft and Mr. and Mrs Chi-Ics P Taft will bo In Panama Miss Hc'en Taft. who recentl visited the Canal Zone, will remain here to enjo the m'l da soclil festivities. Robert and Charlie Taft will spend tho holiday sea son with school friends The President has decided to go to Augusta, Ga . when he goes out of of fice on March 4 next, to spend several months upon the golf rourse there He will spend the summer somewhere in New England In the tarly fall lie will Ru to Southern California for a few months, and will return to New Haven, Conn, at the opening of the universit year at ale to lecture upon constitu tional and International Ian Although Mr Taft has not reach'd a definite decision, he probabl will act pt the Kent professorship at 1 ale w U h has been lnformall offered to him lie ma make a trip around the world In I'll, lecturing In the principal cipltals f Europe on 'nternatlonal peat e I pon his return to this countrv Mr Taft probably will reside permanently In Cincinnati or New Hiven V fortunate Undslil a nch drpoMt of cca r Pal hsd li known t , Chr reentry trim whrrf aij TOPHAM'S Headquarters for Leather Gifts Colored Arm Bags $2.50 to $8 cr datntv line of col ored nu Bas, in morocco, seal, and goat, leather, lined, German Mlv.cr and French pilt trimmed Special Table of Sewing Baskets, $1.50 up. SPECIAL XMAS GIFT TABLES 50c, 75c, $1.00 Each table contain a large assortment of beautitul leath er and brass articles, suitable for s;ifts, winch at their rc specme price arc the bcst allies to be had am where Ks.rrytblnr In Leather at TOPHAM'S 1219 F Street I I i Our Management THE MANAGEMENT of this institution is vested in a Board of Directors, consisting of representative Washing ton citizens of high standing, who are in constant touch with business and financial conditions throughout the countrj". They arc men of achievement who maintain the confidence of the communit. No banking institution can rest on a better foundation. OFFICERS EDWARD J STELMVACEN. President. GEOHGE E. HAMILTON, riret Vice President Attorney and Trust OIHcer GEORGE E FLEMING. Second Vice President And Assistant Trust Officer J NOTA McGILU Third Vice President DIRECTORS JOSEPH H CRANFORD. G THOMAS Dl N'LOP GEORGE E FLEMING. GEORGE GIRfcON RKRNARDR GREEV GEORGE K HAMILTON. WALTERS HARBAN, FRANK C HER CHARLES JACOBSEV RUDOLPH KA1 Fl-MANN, D J KA1 FMAN A S KENN1, IAME.S II LAMBIE W ILLIAM P LIPSCOMBE. Union Trust Company S. W. Cor. 15th and H Sts. N. W. Capital and Surplus - - - $2,300,000.00 I Established 1865 I I Christian Xander Sherries! P ROFITABLE ADVICE We will tell sou Just tvhat klml of Paint 'o ue for the Interior I'alntlnp The kind that will look lest and lait lons;pt High-gradeGroceries,Provisions,&c. EvcmMcff (he bnt tt leu tlian tbm cu&l x.ctiw Prcmpt. cuuitojut kxtIob. Edward F. Davis, LEGAI NOTICE. in thk pi rit Mr ecu nr of thf pitrict rf ttumfcw holdmc IHMnrt Court In t The oprnfojt nf & mci ilen? the Artorvtia Ititpr fa thi Uwtrict nt (yIumtit I.rin mm No 1091 So t - 19 iisrTPtrv jiirn tht th ( (cnmiwinrrrs cf th Ih'trtrt of ioTambti iirw.nt in th- rrrisiniiw of h it jut 1 Mj l 1910 itit1. n Act I itrinru.- th rr-mlrtir of a mad I'wic ! Dcrtia KiTfr in the IiHrt tf Coluintiii " ha fllM a rrtition in this court rratirc tl" coMrm nation rf the laixi m-r.-iry tcr the o,niina of a nd aloes the nactvtla R.tct and hounded by uM TlTer from MnDi-rw Str-et eitrcded to the right cf way of the outfall wner at arn' rear Poplar I otnt aitd from the lotithfast comer of the jrrmind of lire oorrmmect Hon pita I fr t' e lnane alnn aaii naa?la Riirr trt t.iSxo IVtnt ner th UKm ter minus nf Mrrrrfm reet khowm on a plat or map tiled with the id retjtiort a lrt thereof ind jra-inc alo tht a jiirr of Are pidinris rtperieirred diMnterrsted mm who nhaJI be free lioldera nithin the Ihtnrt of Colombia, not related to any jier-. interr-ted in theoe iriveedlnr " not in the rrTfcv cr rmrlojment tf the Dint net of Vo lembfa or of the X nitrtl tate- be MimmonM by the United Mate Marshal f ( r the Dirlrtct of (VlamNa to aiM the damaprt rarh rmrnfr of land to m taken may sunt a in by reaj-ou of the rpcrtrf of te aiotr id road and the riidemnauoei of the land roe ewary for tho purrmae thereof ard to aise aft bene fit resuiUnB; therefmm m i than one-half of the rntiro amount of aid darcafea. pins the cneta of thi proreedinc npcm toe land abnttine udoo the vid road to be- rened and al-o npoo all other rircca anl rrrrls of land hnh tlie jury miT flnj will be bre Cted liy the said or-ninff of the said road, u jrorided frr br the a foresaid art rf Corcrra It I by the Out. thi th dar nf nerernber Crrdered that all pemoTw bums anv interest In theo rXcecdinci be and they are hereby warned and commanded to ap pear in thlt court on or before the TTII DA r" JINCUU l mXitWortocka m . and con tintae in attendajioe until the conrt shall hare made Its Aral order ratifvin; and connrminir the award ct damasea and the a-waneot of beneflti of the ny to be empaneled and -morn herein and it is further ordered that a ropy of thi notice, and order be pub lished once tn the Manhlseton Law Hepnrter and on riz aernlar day in the Washington rTeninj tar The Washiccton Herald and the ahinjrtno V newiparem N-frre the aaid "th day of Jajruary W13. It i nirthcr Ordered tnat a cory ot this notice and order bo erred br the I nited States Marshal nr Us depatie, upon aoch of tbe owners of the land tn be condemned herein as may be found by the M Marshal or hi deputies within the Dbtrict ef tlnrabia and upon the tenant and orenpanta. of same hrfom the raid til nay of January A V, 1911 By the Court ASHLFT M GOULD Jurtfce A Iroe ropr-Teat (!ea1 ) J K. OtNG, Clerk. By F. F Cl NMNGHAM. Asaiatant Clerk delO 11 lilllll. BANXRUPTCY NOTICE. IN THB ll BEMC COCI-T OF THE DISTRICT of Columbia as a Cocirt ot lUnkruptry In the matter of ilham H Thotnaa Bankrupt In Bank ruptcy, No M? To the creditor or William if Thorns of Washington Da lunkropt Notice is hereby ri.ra that on the M day of December VS1X the Mid William II Thomas waa dulr adjudicated bankrupt and that the flrt mcetinc of hU cred itors will be held at my office Rooms 6 7. and a U Loidiians ATrnue nw WaahlnjCton, jy C . on the 3D DAT OF DLCEJIBER WU, at U o clock a, m, at wnicn xwno m niu cttuiiots pmj ttMrf nmn their claims appoint trustee, ex amine the bankrui, ami transact such other twain as mar rrererly come before said meeting. WILL IAM M HALT-AM Referee In Bankruptcy FTJNEBAL DESIGNS. FUNERAL FLOWERS Of Xrtrr Deptlco-UodoiUlj PrlcsA GUDE. rratrsl DesJjnfc Tuaml Vmlptk EDSON B OLDS, Treasurer. EDWARD L. HILLTER, , .Secretary. '. FRANK D HERRON, Assistant Treasurer. WILLIAM U CRANE, Assistant becretary. J NOTA McGILU FREDERICK B McGI'IRE, GEORGE X McLANAHAN, JAMES D MAHER. GEORGE H MYERS DANIEL W ODONOGHITE. AVLICK PALMER. D S. PORTER. ORD PRLSTOV FRANCIS A RICHARDSON, HARRY L. RUST. JOHN H SMALL. Jr EDWARD J STELLWAGEN. CHARLES F. WILSON 'SPECIAL NOTICES. THE CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART WUI reorra tn the rbbe ri Turs&T ra-sxlrf D resnbrr V 1712. The will be on pabEe Tie the Fourth Exhibition of Contemporary American Oil Paintings. Th ( or 1 t '-ipra it follow dujirg "Jv cran t hitntjon tfn dju frnn Jim nnlil 4 Jtl j in n s irdav from 1J0 until -JD I. m. It win alio be njwu on FVtdJT rcnfTr N-twr-m the ham of 8 xn& 10 j. u, JV" .tree Th il)?r w.11 N- rkner. -a Chmtm IHt SPECIAL M3TICE. Notice la hereby siTen that at a meetiBi ef tha Mockboiders of the FVn-trenth btrt-w, ric Baa. a corporation orated aid orsanued nsdr the aw-g of the ate of Wet tryinia held at Wa inff-" l C on the rt day ff October IJli the fo! t ij riao ntiorji were adopted RF.-OI VEI fnt Tl at the Fourteenth ctrert arirja Bark a r -rnnUf-a. created and trsarued nder he aw rf "e etate of Wert lrjinia d-es hereby di-mrtm e b(jan-i m a corporatinn srd r r reDders trt jii ite ita charter and corporate fra r w- The L Mrt ef D.ieton will fpneeed to di nwe of the r-rtwrty chna m action and all aawts of this corpajiatirni to the beat adractac. to and f r the betiet rf the derrawtor and TockhoIreM of this co-pontJ -c ard to wind up its a-airs as soon as tra ticabe ixoHled that no dindend of the nds of the corporation jOiall be made until after the public ti n of the notice hereuafter prmided. RFihOMEU wcrnl That the Prmder-t of this Ccepnratp'n ca i-e nnri- of the fTrecoirc resolution to I pil-Jihed n tome nwsparrr of reneral cinr -lation prblirfied near the principal oflce er p'aoe of b-uanea f thl ctarporation cnee a vttk for six aue eeslre weer-s and tnat he certifr these r-ohniora t1 the Serr-tarr of Mute ef the Mate of West Mrgicia and de'tier him a certi'cate Ciowmj the pubaicatixi of eaid n tice vj v-owided br law Oiren under mr rand and seal this 33 it day of 0 tobcr 1911 FLDRll.F E JORDAN deal no 15r.defi.IJ rreaident of Said Corporation THE WlQHrNt.TON TITLK INSLRANCE COM pany 6 13th St. nw WaKhmgTon. I C Tb- rtpiUr annual mcetirur of the sucfchotdrTi of th Ua-Jinfftm Title Inuiranc- lororany wiJi h- held at tl sjflce nf the company at 13 oclork noon on MONIIU January 13 115 Polls for the elertiwi of directors to rtrrr for the mating -tt w t bt ojened at LI o ekvk noon and cloned at 1 o rork PmWM CTBALC.n Secretary. de3t THB DISTRICT TITLF 1N-CRACE COM parr Si Lrth St n Washington D C Th-i rrrilar annual meetui2 of the stockho.ders of th Dlatnrt Title Imuiranca Company srU b bed at th iv ce of th ctmiponr at lj oclork n-on on MONDV1 January 13 mx .rolls for the election of directors to ivtt for the rnwtina! year wil? Ws cpencd at 13 o dork nonn and eloeed at 1 o clock p m. W"M CLAJ.IGH Secretary de3t IAVI 13CIENCE OF HEALTTL A1XBAU nonsurcical. 400-pafs book free. Apply by mail. tU Oolorado Bide Frt lsctnr fear women Wadnaadan at 130 p. m. 2M-U If You'll Specify Miller's ftl T.TR a Clf nalan wheat when orderinir ynul! pt the best that money can bny. Looks and tastes like buckwheat -guaranteed PIRK. Self-Raisin? Buckwheat ITTAt CJTT CTTxrr'a o consumers supplld B. B. EARNSHAW 6 BRO,. jtMUICsWICIass A.M BSU aU Bit. 3 Caws DIED. CL.V KIjAN1 SuddenU on Thursday, December 12. 1911. at Odenton JOHN C LK'ELAND of 512 D Street North iaFt. husband of Annie I. Cleveland (nee Pierce ) Notice of funeral hereafter (Alex andria Va , and Baltimore. Md , pa pers please copy ) HUTTON On Wednesday. December 4. 1911. at Georgetown l"nlcrslty Hos pital, JEROMK a HUTTON beloved husband of Clementine Huttnn, and son of the late Sarah Hutton Funeral from the residence of Wn daughter, Mrs P J Ryan. Ill P btreet Northwest, Frlda, December 6. Requiem mass will be said at St. Aloyslus' Church. Interment in Rock Creek Cemeten FUNERAL DIRECTORS. GEORGE P. ZURH0RST, XI EAST CAPITOL ST EMlbllslMd VS. CBA8. H. ZUBHOWT. He J. VIIM-IAJI UEE, Funeral Dtreeto tad Emtxlmcr Unrj In ctmacction. Comasodloes Chapal tad Modtni Otsnatortsn. Modest vrlestw 13 ItnnsjltsnU in nw. Tlkphona Mala Uil W. R. SPEARE, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EUBALMXB. 940 F Street N. W. WABHIf.GTOX. D. a Phones Main a FRANK A. SPEARE, Manaitr. St Paul will have the. Northwest De velopment league land show In 1913. ( H i !