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'r '. 'saJ ?""IR,? """3?3? -irgrvT"- ; yuri rw - THE WASHINGTON HERALD. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1912. G. Aftemus Roast Pork, 15c Pound Machine Sliced Bacon, 25c Pound Stewing Chickens, 15c Pound Leg of Mutton, 12ic Pound Loin Chops, 20c Pound Florida Oranges, 20c Dozen Cooking Apples, 30c Peck Potatoes, 20c Peck, 75c Bushel Cranberries, 10c Quart GEO. C. ALTEMUS 292014th St. N.W. Phone Col. B4S. 2440 18th St. N.W. Phone Col. 3S30. HNG CLOSE Prosecution Springs Surprise in An nouncing that Evidence Is About All In. DEFENSE UNPREPARED AND ASKS EOE DELAY Bacon Denies Bequest for Delay, but Special Order Reversing Ruling Is Passed. RESTRICTS LABOR OF WOMEN. Senator La Follette'a Bill Proilde Dn or Eight Jlonra. I A revision o his bill limiting the work- ins noura ana dais ror women or the District was Introduced esterday by Senator La Toilette. The bill 'restricts" the labor of women to eight hours a day and alx days a week In commercial concerns, and the responsibility for the enforcement of tho law Is placed entire ly upon employers. The bill prohibits the employment of Slrls under eighteen jears of ago be tween the hours of S o'clock In the evening: and 7 o'clock In the morning. Employers are required to ascertain when women employes are doing add! tlonnl work elsewhere and to so regu late their hours that the combined time does not exceed the legal limit. Three Inspectors at J1.3W each are pro vlded for in the bill. Fines for violation of the law are provided for. from X$ to Ko for the first offense; JoO to 00 for the second, and not less than 50 for the third. BRITISH PROTEST NOTE NOT GLEftR Some Passages in -Grey Document May Have Double Constructions. ALFORB'S TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS Brine back replies because each order receives the fame personal attention. Irrespective of size. 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A. BIRCH, 2153 Pa. Ave. N.W. Clear. News, and Novelty fetors. We give Herald C2SX00 coatesl Totes. "G. and M" Capsules The surest 'emedy for COLDS and GRIPPK. "V ill break a cold In a das'. bent to jour address on receipt of 25 ctria, pu5ipa4a HENRY W. SMITH. 22d & Pa. Ave. N. W, W Cjrm VotM tn Th Hmid COM Qnttc How Judge Archbald succeeded In in ducing the officials of the Lehigh Valley Railroad Companj to break a thlrt-car precedent and agree to vacate a lease held by the companj In faor of Judge Archbald ond his associates was related in the benate vesterdav b officials of the railroad The lease In question was held bv the Lehigh on a propert owned by the Gl rard estate of Philadelphia. The railroad people agreed to the proposition on con dition that the Glrard estate Interposed no objections The board of directors of the estate, however, denied the Jurist's request and the deal fell through The prosecution in the Impeachment trial against Judge Anhbald Irtuall has completed the presentation of Its case. It dee.loped jesterdaj Chairman Clavton spring i surprise on the defense when he announced that the Ilous, man agers might conclude to-dav. and cir- tainlv would conclude some tlmi Satur- da Attormv Worthlngton chief of counsel for Archbald. Immediately an nounced that the defense had not ex pected so carl a closing and could not hae its witnesses on hand before Mon- da Mr Worthlngton asked that the defense be given until tlun to commence the pre sentation of Its case President Bacon. In his ruling denied thii requet. but a i-peclal oroer reversing the action of the chair and granting the time allowance asked was Introduced bj Senator Knot of New ork and received unanimous consent. Inland Ilccolleil In stand. The proFOcution made another attempt jesterday to examine witnesses upon the true inwardness of Judge Archbald s connection with George M Watson, at tornev for the Bounds In the latters attempt to dispose of the Marian Coal Companj to thi Delaware. Lackawanna, and Western Railroad for !! 000 T'lls point has been hanging fire for several ddjs owing to a ruling -of the chair on an objicton hv counsel for r-hbald when lirtstv o Boland was on the stand eirlv in the week At that time tho prosecution asked Boland what he understood to be Judge rchhald s in terest In the deal how much Judge rch bald epe ted to get out of It The chair, on objection of Worthington ruled that until some material evidence of Judge Archbald s connection with the case be established the question was not ad admlssible Chrtstv Boland was recalled to the stand again yesterdaj. the prosecution main taining that through testimony of TV. P Boland and numerous officials of the Lackawanna thej had established a foundation for the question In accord ance with the previous ruling of the chair. Manager Flojd asked Boland If Watson had advised him that Archbald was to receive my share of the J3 000 the Bolands had promised Watson for settling the affair Wurthlngton again objected to the admlss-blllty of the evi dence contending that it should not be admitted unless the prosecution could establish either that Archbald was pres ent when Watson made such a declara tion or that he knew- of the declaration and had not denied Its truth Flojd argued that the question was proper cs dealing with the conduct of i Federal Judge Wortlrngton asked that decision be reserved until to daj, when the de fense would present Its arguments against the admissibility of the question The House managers acceded to this request . Kxplnin te Indorsement. John Ilenrv Jones, cf Srranton. whose rrto for $yjd Judge Archbald Indorsed In 1W was the last witness of the daj Jones testified that the note was to paj his expenses to England on a Venezuelan land deal and that Judge Archbald had no interest in the affair Jam s R Daintv who could not be found for th hearings before the House Judlciarv Committee appeared jesterday and was questioned about the Judge s interest in Dainty s attempt to Induce the Lehigh Valley Railroad to grant him 321 acres of coal land In return for his offices In securing for thm certain inter ests In the propcrtj of the Kbcrhart estate belonging to Mrs Clara Llcwelljn of Scranton Dalntj said that the trans action had been proposed during a con ference with Judge Archbald over an othei matter He denied that Judge Archbald had offered to use his Influence with the Lehigh people or that he fDalntj) had asked the Judge to do to Testlrnonj has established the fact that the Judge did Interview certain officers Congress in Brief. Ths Senate devoted further considera tion to the omnibus claims bill. Senator Swanson Introduced a resolu tion to appoint a committee of eight Sen ators to participate in the unveiling of the memorial to Thomas Jefferson at St Louis April SO. ISIS. Senator La Toilette Introduced a bill to regulate the hours and conditions of em ployment of women In the District Tho Democratic members held a caucus and discussed the question of confirming the President's nominations. The mat ter was placett in the hands of a com mittee of five The Senate continued the trial of Judge rchbald. and the prosecution sprang a s-urprlse on the defense bj announcing that all its tistlmon) would be In by baturdav After ousting from his seat Representa tive Charles C Bowman, Republican, of Pennsylvania, the House began debate on the Indian appropriation bill and received from tho Post-office Committee the an nual post-office appropriation bill The Rules Committee po'Poned action en the O Shaughnessj resolution, de manding an Investigation of the traffic agreement between tho Grand Trunk and New York. N'ew Haven, and Hartford Railroad The Money Trust Investigating commit tee continued its inquirj Representative Jcfferon Levj Intro duced a bill to amend the banking laws which was referred to the Banking and Currency Committee Representative Old Held introduced a pure shoe bill providing that If ma terial other than leather be used In the manufacture of shoes that fact must be stamped on the article LONG AND SHCIir OF IT TO TRY AND STRIKE A MEDIUM IN MATRIMONY M Ixiuls. Mo Dec 12 A romance of a curious Mdc show reached Its Umax In bt Louis to-dav when Jack (' Barnett of Iloxboro N" I . twentj-one veara old, thlrtj -eight lnche- high and weighing tnirtj-four pounds, got a II cense to marrj Miss Dorothy Warfield of &t Louis nineteen vcar- old about live feet eight inches In height and weighing lJn pounds Mrs h l. jiorrls, i-cven feet four Inches tall -ind weighing IX pound will be matron of honor Barnett had to he lifted un on i hleh stool when ho was called on to sgn me application ior a license FULL TEXT OF LETTER TO BE DISTRIBUTED Answer Being Prepared, but Will N6t Be Completed Duringr This Administration. BLIZZARD RAGES IN NORTHERN NEW YORK; SNOW 17 INCHES DEEP P.ome. ir. T.. Dec. IE A blizzard Is raging In Jforthem New York. Snow lias been falling- for fifteen -hours at Swancott Mllls-twenty miles north of this city, and Is seventeen Inches deep. Rallrcad traffic throughout the affected section has been hampered, and-If the snow fall continues It will crlppjo busi ness or several days. - BELIEVE DERNA LOST. - Italian Steamer Said to Have Been Craft Sank by "Warship. London, Dec. U. The Italian steamer Derna and not the Trlsh boat Osprey was the vessel gunk by the new British Dreadnought Centurion In the early dawn Tuesday morning In the British channel. The Osprey has been located while the Derna, which was known to be In the vicinity of the wreck when It oc currerL Is missing. No survivors or bodies have been found and no wreckage has com.) to. the surface The Derna Is nc pnnung ot me complete ,, o. rMtefed eMrtaI a w ot twcnty Edward Grcj's note of protest on the men A boat from the Derna containing free tolls provision of tho Panama Canal act was ordered yesterday by Secretarj of fatatc Knox. While the document will not be sent to the Senate as an official communication from tho administration, tho printed copies will bo available for Senators and others Interested In It It Is felt that the- complete text of the the body of a. man was picked up to-day off tho Isle of Wight JEWELRY STORE ROBBED. (lever Thieves Get Avvnj Tilth Gem nlued at BS5.0O0. New York. Dec 12. With two police- British note cannot be too soon put In i n.Ja , ...., i . tmmerfl.itn I men Ull IIACU evrst M"w u .......- . neighborhood and a watchman for a. pri vate detcctlvo agency petrolling outwae, burglars gained an entrance to the Jew elry shop of Varga & Co, at S1 Fifth Avenue, early to-day and escaped with gems valued at J2S.0M The burglars cmploved a method as Ingenious as It was daring to get into the Jevvelrj hop, the windows doors, and walls of which aro wired with burglar -larms. First thev forced an entrance to V n the adjoining building at 326, tho ground floor of which Is occupied by the firm of J Fields, modiste Then they made their wav to tho second floor, and unseen and unheard, cut an clghtccn-lnch hole through tin wall Holes were drilled through the floor of the second storj. u twelve-ineh square being cut out. By means of a knotted sash cord, the burglars lowered them selves Into the Jewelry store Tho burglars broke the glass in five of the cases and carefully selected the most valuable pieces. Then thej escaped the waj they entered DSES LEGAL CODE OF BABYLON KIHG St. Louis Judge Harks Back to 2185 B. C. for Authority Upon Which to Base Decision. "St Louis Dee 1" Tho legal code of the grett Babvlon King Hamurabi, who died 213 B C Is one of the authorities on which Judge Muench. of the Circuit Court, based a decision to-daj bj which he dismissed the suit of eight-year-old Louis Bcroero to set aside the will gov erning the disposal of the SIOOOOTO estate left bj Mrs Theresa Berncro. who died July 15. 1911 The boj Is tho son of Emanuel Bernero, adoptea son of Mrs. Theresa Bernaro and her husband. Louis Bernaro The suit wis brought by his mother. Mrs Lorraine T. Bernaro, as best friend Judge Muench s decision Is that the child of an adopted child has no rights as an heir after the adopted child is dead The relation of the grandchild to the adopted Is contractorlal rather than a blood relation he holds This Is the first time", he sajs. that tliis precise point has been adjudicated in Missouri Arguments In the case were made two months ago, and Judge Muench has been consulting legal au thorities ever since to get basis for his decision. License Clerk Defends Himself. Chicago Dec 12. Friends of County Clerk Robert M Sweitzer to-day were of the Lehigh on the. subject. Dainty f" TZ""'" der that they may become familiar with the questions of treaty interpretation and points of argument raised in the British note That the Taft administration will con duct only the preliminaries of the Pan ama Canal controversj with Great Britain is dailv becoming more and mure apparent- Though President Taft In tends to carrj matters as far as li in the short time left to him. it is be coming recognized that comparative!) little can be accomplished In the ten weeks before the Incoming of the Wilson administration This view. It Is known shared b the British Embassj and the British foreign office. PreKldetit Taft will not. however, shelvo the matter merelj because ho Is to retire from office on March Neither will he shift respon slblllty bj putting the w hole matter up to the Senate at once Three Months' Preparation It took the British Torcign Office- three months to prepare the note delivered to becretarj Knox last Mondaj. and It I now realized that It will take a consid erable time to prepare the answer of the I'nlted States Though much has been done 'In c last Jul, when the British government first gave notice that i would object to legislation permitting anj I ntted Stales ships to ass through the canal without pajment of tolls, the real task has onlj Just begun Records dat ing hack more than rixts jcars must be brought out and searched for anj thing which will throw further light upon tl irrumstances under which the Claxton Bulwer treatj of 1M and subt-equcnt ireatles were negotiated Ore at Britain has liased her case lirgelj on the rcidlug of th Clayton-Bulwer ami the Hiv Piuncefote treaties, thus miking it neees 'arj for the Lnltcd States to product evidence which will controvert her view of tho two documents and the under standings which existed on both sides when they were drawn and ratified Aside from this phase of the task, how ever, the Brltleh note Itself Is to be care fullj studied There Is much In th note of Mr Edward Grej which, manj- believe Is not quite clear Double constructions are p. slble with regard to kevcral para graphs, according to the view ol many international law rxperts. It Is not Im probable that the British government will be arked to explain more prcclselj what Is meant bj' some passages of the Grej note It is considered, for example, that the references the note makes to the agreement as to "neutralization." and also ome of the passages regarding the lim itations set upon the right of the United States to grant ship subsidies, might be made clearer The interesting observition was made to-daj that the present situation with re gard to the canal controversj with Great Britain Is quite unusual In that nothing has jet actuallj been done against which Great Britain Is complaining N'o United States ship has jet passed through the Panama Canal under circumstances more favorable than those accorded to a Brit ish ship Nothing has vet been don" which would afford ground for a charge ot discrimination. ITotests are seldom made. It was pointed out, against some thing that has not been done, while ar bitration of an alleged discrimination is most unheard of before the alleged dis criminatory act has been committed R jlTeette YEATMAN'S DRUG STORE 7th & H Sts. N.E. EDUCATIONAL Washington School of Accountancy Frofeniaes! ednatlm fa (00)011111x7, prepsilns fcr Stite crrtiScste cf certified pebue aooooaUust .srd for tatiaess cdnuautntioo. FnctioU vorl rvpedsllj sd&pttil to mza cmr-lored curies th dir SS-pofa bulletin ca reqeest. Call or addroa. Dine. tor of fli"-""". I. U a 1. Bl O Et . W, Wuhiajton. MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES eINOING. ELOCUTION. 1C Elcrcnth SL re. Lincoln 1:2. Cleveland s mcntallj deficient children rr5 Le sent to studv classes un the city's pauper farm. denied that the Judge had anj interest whatsoever In the proposed deal BITTER DEBATE IN HOUSE. Unseating of Representative Don man Brings Falsehood Cliance. lot of soiled political linen was dis- plajcd in the House jesterday Incident to the action of the House In declaring vacant the seat occupied bj Represents Charles C Bowman of the Eleventh Pennsylvania district Bowman s unseating was marked bj a bitter partisan debate in which Representative Palmer of Pennsjlvanla. Democrat, and Representative Tarr. also of Pennsvlvania. a Republican, de nounced one another in bitter terms. Mr. Palmer characterized as 'a wilful de liberate, and malicious falsehood ' an accusation of Mr Fair that the Dela ware, Lackawanna and Western Rail road had adopted measures to drive its employes to the support of Mr Palmer In tho Xov ember election. Rising to reply to this charge. Mr Palmer spoke to a question of personal privilege, and called upon Mr Farr to prove his insinuations or "apologize like a man " "It Is true," shouted Mr Palmer, shak ing with emotion, "that I am the local uttornej of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad in Monroe Countj, fa 1 nave oeen since 1 was admitted to the bar, and it is no secret. But so far as the statement of the gentleman that I have ever solicited that corpora tion or any other corporation to coerce Its employes to vote for me. or anybodj else. Is concerned. It Is a deliberate, wil ful and malicious falsehood," Mr. i-arr stood pat. declaring that the railroad officials helped Parmer In his campaign, and he Insisted that Just as much coercion had been used In Pal mer's election as Palmer had charged naa been cmploved In tho case of Mr. Bowman, who was then defending the right to his scat Th United Sutrs,v Gmt Britain, ind Ccimiay Issuing a license to Jack Johnson to wed LucHIe Cameron John Connor, asked to serve Sweltzers place as toastmaster a banquet of the De La Salle Alumni As sociation, asserted that he would not act for a man who had issued a licence to Johnson The county clerky to-daj Issued a statement declaring it was his sworn dutj' to act as ho had done and that he had fulfilled his oath, though knowing that bj violating it he could have won a considerable amount cheap fame Mlsnlonai-y lo Give Lecture. Rev. C. T Colljcr. missionary to Ko rea, will deliver a lecture on the mis sionary work In that far awaj land to night, at Mount Vernon Place M E. Church South, under auspices of the Fpworth League Union Mr Colljer has spent a number of vears In the far East, Train tVreel.ers Confess. Wilkesbarrc. Pa Dec 12. Michael Miller and Ellis Sherman, who were ar rested for attempting to wreck the Pennsjlvanla fljer by placing stones upon the track, confessed to-day that thej- were responsible for a number of at tempts to ditch Pennsylvania trains. Ile-elect Sillier' Inlon Head. Pittsburg, Dec 12.-J6.hn P. White, of Oskaloosa, Iowa, president of the United Miners of America, has been dnanlmously re-elected, according to returns from the Pittsburg district received to-day. Show lie" Folks to Sleet. Representative William P. Borland will address the Missouri Society at Its sec ond meeting of the season to-morrow night at the Cochran Hotel. A musical programme will be given and refresh ments served Representative Lloyd will preside. FIRE CAUSES $6 000 DAMAGE. Illaze In parlnient House Started by Uverhented Move. Investigation of the Arc which caused J6,(00 damage In the Irene Apartments at Eighth and K btreets Southeast yes terdaj morning resulted In the dlscov- erj last night bv Fire Marshall Nichol son that the flames gained origin from an overheated stove In the basement. used to supplj the building with hot water Woodwork was fired bv the heat fro-n the stove, and lead pipes attached to gas meters were soon melted bj the blaze, allowing quantities of gas to escape Into the flame-filled room Two alarms were sounded and firemen had difllcultj In saving the building The damage to the building is esti mated at $3,003, covered bj Insurance The stock and fixtures in the men's furnishing itore of Mirk Blum on the first floor were wiped out at a loss of $2 501), Insured Damage in the barber shop of b. Malasplna, also on the first floor, is estimated nt $200. uninsured. Smpke caused about $300 damage In the apartments on the upper floors TRY TO AGREE ON POLICY. roll ter Senators Take Up Mat Tnft'a omlnnllon.. Democratic Senators were In conference for an hour jesterday trjing to agree on u part j pollcj to be pursued in dealing with nominations wnt t" tho Senate bj President Tuft and others that maj t-o mi ll! before March I Nearls everj Demo cratic Senator ircent had something to saj A resolution e lie red bj Senator Hoke s-mlth of Georgia was adopted tinxllj which prov'iled for the appointment of a committee if live Senators from lhe con ference with authority to confer with the Repulilii an leaders In the Senate and tr to work out a plan that will bo agreeable to both sides The following committee was appointed t halrman Senator Martin of lrglnU, ..nd senators Hoke Smith of Georgia, William J Stone of Missouri. Robert L. Owen, of Oklahoma, and James P. Clark of Arkana This committee will not report until after the holidavs, which was generally construed bj Republican Senators to mean that the Democrats will oppose tho holding of anj- executive esions of the Senate for confirming nominations until after ths holldav n cc's PRESENTS UNANIMOUS REPORT. Fraternltj Klects Officers. John I Cosgrove. retiring master of the local Senate of Theti Lambda Phi Fraternity, has been elected tribune and! delegate to the National Senate The of ficers elected to serve for the coming jear are Master, Ldwin Tjlcr. vice master, Humphrej S ott shaw . warden, John L. Peters, keener of rolls, Harrj M Carroll, keeper of exchequer, Albert F Fesiendcn, and guard of the Senate, Alexander W. Prescott, Jr. lliinne Alarming To-morrow. The Randle Highlands Citizens Associa tion will give a house-warming recep tion at the new Randlo Highlands public school Saturdaj- night. Speakers will be present from Congress, the Chamber of Qpmmerce, Board of Trade, and Board of Education Senator noot'n Committee I. ruje pprnval of Memorial Plan. Just before adjournment jesterday aft ernoon Senator Root from the Commit tee on Ubiary presented to the Senate a unanimous report on adopting the re Krt mado bj the Ianroln Memorial Com mission In favor of the Burnham plan The report. whlih includes a concur rent resolution formallj adopting the Burnham plan of memorial to the great emancipator, was ordered printed It provldej for the expenditure of JlPfiOCOn In 1 marble memorial at the west end of the Mall i e lumned temple hous'ng a huge statue of Abraham Lincoln facing the Washington Monument and the Capitol It is expected that the Senate will adopt the report and pass the resolution at an earlj date, and efforts are being made to Insure similar action bj tho House, as work on the structure tnaj' no. be started until the approval of both Is registered Hour Eat Anything Without Fear Tightness of the Stomach Caused by Undigested Food Stopped with a Stuart'3 Dyspepsia Tablet. When jou feel as If jour stomach was being tlghtlj choked when the pain Is Intense and you break out in a cold and clammj perspiration ind there Is a lump In jour throat and you are weak and nauseated all you need Is a Stuarts DvSDenala Tflhl tn elear awaj the vreckage of undigested food left In the stomach and Intestines and restore jou lo your normal self again And this can all be accomplished with in a few moments To Care a rfeadaehr You must first removo the cause. Most headaches arc caused bj a. disordered stomach Hoffs Lemon Seldlitz -will put jour stomach In the pink of condition fnmtfc. .. il . . r iWM wiuncn in ma piniv o conaiuoa iSlTcJT " tt" P t of u.jand cure your beadach- in . Uw roln- MaJ. Gen. AVontf Goes to Gotham Maj Gen. Leonard Wood. Chief of Staff. U. S A, left Washington last night for New York, wherehe will spend to-day In making inspections He will visit Forts Wadsworth, Hamilton, and Wood, and expects to go down to Sandy Hook proving ground to see the 14-Inch gun which burst there last Mondaj", SelSe Quantity ot "Dope." Phlladelnhla. Dec. 12 The police of this clC, aided by Joseph Dl Giovanni, State agent of the pharmaceutical poara. and two Burns detectives, made a series of raids on tillered cocaine and morphine dealers In this cltj last night and to-daj-4 Rna arrested twenty men ana women. Tbey- seized $10,000 worth of morphine, cocaine, and h roin. ' iou May Have Often Knvled the Hearty Eater! Why Not Emulate Hlmf Thousands of people have learned so well how- attre and dependable Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets are for all stomach ilia that they now eat anything they want without fear of distress They are never without a package at horn and at the office, and upon anj indlca tlon that the stomach Is a little wearj they take a Stuart's Tablet after each meal for a few days until the digestive or,n.Kt r,atfa up again. This is a splendid plan to follow and always results In much good The appetite Is Improved, the food -Is rel ished more, your sleep la more refresh ing, and your disposition w ill make you friends Instead of enc-eiles For Indigestion. Sour Stomach, Belching. Gas. Coated Tongue. Intesti nal Indigestion and all Stomach Dls-o-ders and Pains or for Loss of ap petite gtusrt's Djspepsla Tablets are invaluable . Use them freely they arc as harm less as sugar would be and are not to be classed as "medicine" Thej have no effect whatever on th ftAm v. cpt the benefits thej brlDg vou through the proper digestion of jour All Srua stores a11 ntti-.- nv.M.. sis. Tablets. The price U SO cents per A City in Itself The Southern Building is the most popular and populous office building in the National Capital, and is generally regarded as the finest office building in the South. About 14,000 peo ple pass through its doors daily. From 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. the average of tenants and visitors is 1,600 per hour. The tenants of the Southern Building represent industrial and financial in terests whose combined resources aggregate many millions otdollars. Located at 15th and H streets (the new financial center of Wash ington), the Southern Building affords you un paralleled advantages for the location of your business offices where you will be brought into daily personal contact with the maximum number of thrifty and successful citizens. The space in the Southern Building is 93 per cent rented. The few remaining offices still subject to lease are all desirable outside rooms, with splendid light and ventilation. The Rent ing Offices are located on the second floor, and your application for a lease should be filed promptly in order to receive favorable consid eration. William Frank Thyson MANAGER Southern Building, 15th & H Sts. N. W. The Southern Building at present has nine stories. Being completed only fifteen months ago, it is of strictly modern architecture and equipped with every business facility, includ ing four high-speed elevators which run at minute intervals. The original plans of the architects (the well-known firm of D. H. Burn ham & Company, of Chicago) provided for the construction of eleven stories, instead of nine. The Management contemplates the early erec tion of these two additional stories, in order to meet the demands for space made by various clubs, social organizations, and business cor porations, which cannot now be accommodated. Useful Novelties For Gifts Wright Ah Tray. Cigar Lighters, $3 00 up. Nassau Cigar Lighter-, $1 to to. Lighters large arictv 25c and 50c. "Zipp! It lights" Cigar Lighters and Tra, 50c. Electric rocket Light (.Tungsten burner). $100 up. Bras Desk Set and sh Tray, Clock-, Compasses IHoroacopcs, Magnifier-, and Reading Glasses. Special low price-. WALFORD'S, 909 Pa. Avenue N. W. Established 1373 TeL. North IStL S.H.HIMES&SON Undertakers, Embalmers, and Funeral Directors 1715 14th Street N.W. Prices and Terms Made for Lots and Burial Sites Washington. D. C. Philadelphia. Ps. Cemetery Lots Bought. Sold, and Fxcbanged. Cremation Arranged. Best Service Guaranteed All kinds ot wood, cloth, and roatsJ caskets furnished at moderat prices. GOOD JANES' Chocolates and Bonbons 514 NINTH STREET N. W. e give Ilerald SSSJOOO ronteat rotes. .ARTISTIC GIFTS Mr .Gold, silver, and plated ware anu cue glass articles are at wan In good taste. PHI C . cut AM I9IS 14th s-NW- bULt & dnAn 3413MSLN.W. TV. e1t Itersld S3S.000 eoatest -rotes. M l Jaf MM WHAT DO THE LETTERS STAND FOR? D0S0MZTHIHKIH5 Largest Horning Ckeolation. V tMkJaucu ,i.Wi -faWWM.XdfeaaaAit- fcjfcjtoJkvlsKtfjJjk