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THE. WASHINGTON. HERALD.. WEDNESDAY, MARCH '5, 1913.
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THE MAN'S STORE
Official Weather Report Fair.
PROBE TO FOLLOW
SUFFRAGEPARADE
M00RFS
423 9th
GARDEN
THEATER
'423 9th
1. ' V CONTINUOUS S mJm. TO 11 P. M.
Investigation of Police on
Charge of Negligence to
Be Made.
SENATE TAKES ACTION
Our Great
Spring Hat Sale
Now in full swing. Sec our two
great winners they're unmatch-
able.
S3 Cosmopolitan Hats,
$2.29
$2.50 D. J. K. Hats.
$1.90
Money's Worth or Money Back
D. J. KAUFMAN
1005-1007 Pennsylvania Ave.
CHASE'S
SCHUBERT PIANOS AND
PLAYER PIANOS
Maj.
Sylvester Probably Will
Called on the Carpet to
Explain.
Be
We rent new Player Pianos
for f3 per quarter, music free.
To Save Money See Me Before
You Buv, Rot After
1 yL
Joseph Hull Chaae.
It's All Over Now and You Can
Think About That Piano Again.
An manufacture of falchest
crade Upright and Players, we
ntand read to site ou the best
In piano quality and to eliminate
nil the asVnt'M blsr rxpenne and
profit and ajlte )ou a guarantee
for an unlimited time from our
fartorr. ivhlrh mrnnn a new pi
ano ir oum doea not suit. Me
are not onlj manufacturer but
out financial resource la praetl
rall unlimited, and we are ut-
Inc the lovtrat tertaa and prices
rier neara in inin ciiy.
See Mr. Chase at Once
JOSEPH HALL CHASE PIANO CO.,
nor a st. . i.
16S8 TTH ST. . A.
I
GEO. D. SINCLAIR
IMPORTrNS TAILOB.
maxxb or
RIDING BREECHES
AND
DRIVING SUITS
615 Venn. Ave. N. W.
METROPOLITAN HOTXI BLOOL
I Save Your Shoes
and Save Money
Send them to us, and get
them back looking like new
HOME SHOE REPAIR CO.
719 3thSt.N.W.
Wort Called For aad
Pellterrd.
The Senate esterda took official cog'
nizance of the ncstlcenie of tho metro
politan police department Senator
Knute Nelson of MIncsota. after a bitter
erbal attack on the department on th
floor of the chamber. Introduced a reso
lution looking to an immediate lnAestlga
tlon After Kelsons resolution vat adopted.
Senator Weslej L. Jones of Washington
made a speech In which he scored the
department, and offered a resolution,
Mmllar to Nelson's and which most
likely will be adopted, which will mean
that bjl ester will be called on the bena
torlal carpet.
ReprescntatU c Richard Pearson Hob
son, on the floor of the House, also at
tacked S Hester and the police depart
ment, and stated that he would demand
an in estimation
nas disgraceful' said llouson I
was told 1 a woman that a ruffian
climbed onto a float and insulted her
daughter"
Her daughter ought to hac been at
home,' remarked Repreentatlte Mann,
at d Immediate!) there was an uproar In
the Hbue ocr Manns sallv
' The gentleman ought to, be avhamed
of hlmelf shouted Raker, of Cali
fornia, and It was seeral minutes be
fore rebukes directed against Mann coull
be silenced.
lvestrr I Denounced.
The suffragette jestcrda) denounced
S-I ester in no mild terms. They assert
the) told him In advance that the crowds
might proe unrul), and requested that
he demand the presence of troops to re-
enforce his small squad of bluccoats.
The women go even further b saving
that Silvester Is a radical antl-suffra-glst
that he was against the holding of
a parade, refused the first request for
perml"lon and later gae it only when
forced to do so b) higher officials
Thoe who witnessed the disgraceful
scenes on Monda) when the crowd broke
through the ropes and literally mobbed
the hiking suffragettes, sj the police
stood Idl b) while the rowdies mauled
the women who walked from New ork
tu this cil).
The actual conditions permitted during
the piradt. jestcrda) were a disgrace.
all Senator Jones, in his t-peech 1 am
rtliibl) Informed that the police were
ntgllgent
homlor Nelson declared that the npathy
of the police Alonda), when the paradcra
wer being mlstreited was a mo-t dis
graceful Tffalr, ' and that it dl"credltcd
tbe police of the clt
Maj S)h ester wrote a 1-tter In his de
fense to the Commissioners )csterday
He stated that the police had done their
best to maintain order, and blamed the
whole disturbance upon the breaking of
a cable In front of the 1 lllard Hotel He
also .said that he had too few men at his
command
"TRUStlRElERS"
WILL BE RETAINED
Department of Justice Official Hare
Many Cases to Prosecute
to Finish.
.saBL& v s a aj waaMaw v ' -
i" -FlS.1 C ' T.tS"lW '
Help your Stiff I j
JL.N Every time you Jlj
f help yourself to -A
yourself
WRIGLEYShw
you help yourself wHhlit
Am your 'teeth open and doge upon the deJJdovtnMmirthe
friction brightens them the mint juice preserve them. You
create digestion-aiding saliva offset the effect of hasty
eating. You sharpen ytjur appetite by digesting your. food.
You soothe your throat relieve heartburn. And you're
passing tuVie pleasantly, inexpensively purifying your
breath besides. Help your Self regularly
BUY IT BY THE BOX
It costs less sad atsys fresh until assd.
mnssBBT aauPVPS 7'ffi Qe -jcSr
X
TO-DAY-wi
EXCLUSIVE MOTION PICTURES
SUFFRAGIST PAGEANT
AND TABLEAU
TtKEN BY GHDE. CAMERA MEV KBOSI FOSITIOV OUT THK
' TJEASCnV STEM.
SHOWN AT THE GARDEN' OM.V.
THE ORKATKST PKATURC FILM-OTHER FILMS
CtMill-FIBT. MIT10N P1CTIIES OF INANIIAL PAIAIE
Garden Symphony Orchestra of 10
SENATOR FLOUR
Once Tried, Always Used
YOUR GROCER HAS IT
CHANGES WILL BE FEW
INSIST ON
GETTING
"THIS SIGN MES PURITY."
Frederick M. I.lppa. Baltimore, Md,
Maker.
THIS SIGN MEANS
PURE MILK
J.Wh.Castle
0. ST-
1'ractlcal immunity Tor mans at the
fort portfolios now held bj Kepubllcans
in the Department of Justice was forced
upon the Wilson administration jesterda
hv the press and Importance of the Tiork
1 cfore Uncle Sam s Republican " trust
busters. '
Litigations ncaint the Steel Trust, the
Bathtub Trust, Han ester 'trust. Moving
I'icture Trust, Keystone Match Trust,
CoITee 'lrust. and the prosecution of thi
United States bhoe Mach!ner Company
and the Southern Paclhc Ilailroad Com
pan in CallfornlT hae all been carried
on by Republican attornejs in the Tat'
administration, and it therefore seems cer
tain that i large percentage of tho law
jers emplojed In the department will
hold office, despite the popularitj suj
posed e(Iicac of the spoils sjsfem
Jne wholesale dismissal of these men
bj the new Attornej General, it was said
jesterdaj, would seriously cripple the
government s cases In litigation. Among
those mentioned as prob-ible hold-oers
from the Taft administration are Judce
John M Dickinson government prosecu
tor of the sti.l Trust. Attorne Ldwln
S -Grosenor. in clnn,e of the cases
ngainst the Han ester trust Moving Pic
ture Trust and a number of other impor
tant suits Special Assistants Kcrcher
ana Chantlanu who In connection 1
goernment attorneys in several large
cities. hao been ensiged In prosecuting
ine vvaicn ano uonee trusts 'and ttor.
nes Gregg and Caldwell who hae had
charge of the cscs icalnst tho United
Hates Shoe Machtnerj Compan and the
Sioutnern Paclnc Ilailroad
To this list ma be added severil Kcd
eral district attornejs In various Judicial
districts mrougnoui me countrj
Choice Home-irrOM n Flou.r..
Gude s flowers last longest because thev
mrtJUt.oinp
Look for the spear
Avoid imitations
I
t fresh cut. 1H F
More Rnbbrr 'Worker. Strike.
Cleveland, Ohio March 4 In sympathy
with the striking rubber workers at
Akron 1 S emploj es of the Mechanical
Rubber Companj, makers of rubber
goods, struck here to-daj They de
manded an increase of from IS to 25 ner
cent in wages, shorter hours, and anl
tarj working places
DURESC0
FLOOR rRESERVATIVE.
F.'STEWART,lit&HSts.
LOCAL MENTION.
EXCURSIONS TO-DAY.
Mrtmer Charles Uacalestrr Iavts from fmL'Ar
Sevnth fatrtet Southwest for Mount eraou home
aod tomb of Washington daily, ezcfpt 8uadar, at
iw a u. uu i u Ek la.
Norfolk and Wtthlfictoa Gtramboat Compa&j a
attamrra from foot of Snrnth strttt for 014 Point
Conort and Norfolk dailj at C 13 jv, m.
Can from nftcenth Surct and ew Tork Arenue
errry qnartcr hour for maia cntnoce Zoo Tark and
Chery CLaw.
'To Girat Falla Waihlnaton and old Dominion
Railroad can nnj few murato from Thirtj iixta
and it hherta.
To Monnt I rrnon Waahloaton Tlrrtnla
eara errrr hour tn the hourfrom 10 a. m. to
but car. station. Twelfth Street and FnmlnHi
affair; rmt o-lr. Coaa-I
allwar
Airoa.
HVs Law
"Yoa can Cet it at ANDREWS"
Novelties
in Fine
Correspondence
i Papers
The most-complete as
sortment you can find
anywhere, which includes
all the latest products of
the best makers in this J
country and abroad. J
t We make our own im- 5
portations and are always
S first to show attractive
novelties.
X . ' We also carry a full as-
sortment of conservative
t styles.
i l
I R. P. Andrews 1
! Paper Co. 1
I Two Stores
! 1331 F Street I
25-629 La. Ave. I
H"TTTTT'HT' I
Chalmers'
Gelatine
LJ -CT
VCE? MliiTlimi ()) I
OI.:fhioiea ShreMei
ALSO
iRstaUiMK GraMriaM
Will make four pints clear or
pink jelHes.
for sle Bi 'm.i ehocEns.
EWELRY OF MERIT
Novelties for personal adorn
ment jind wares for household
us. al! of guaranteed'quallty.
CQLE ic swan,-; jmizr
J
FOR
HEADACHE
INDIGESTION
NERVOUSNESS, Ac.
FUSS
MUSS
FIZZ
Foar-aloaw Bottt
At All Soda Fountains and Bars, by
the Dose.
NO
BEE HIVE MARKET
Large Can Corn
Raisins. 3 for.
Citron, pound :
Tomatoes. 3 cani.
, IT. ROSEN BLA1T.
Otk M Scrrata.
PBona r. aw.
rtHJlh
Is Ursst's Low Price ftr This
GMRANTEEI IED
All our beds are excellent in
design they add to th looki of the
hom. Mora than that they outlast
the general run of beds, because
constructed of beat materials and
put together to stay. The finish of
this bed at I12.T6 la covered by the
same guarantee we give on a bed at
150. Come In and look over lta un
usual good points.
Well aaake over Tear eli Mat
tress like aew ait amall cest.
H. A. Linger, Jr.
933GStred:N.W.
The Essence of Contentment
An After Dinner Smoke.
DEERHEAD, 10c
God For 10 Votes.
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AFTER DINNER, 5c
Good For 5 Votes.
Sold Everywhere.
Offtewlinger Quality Shop
508 Ninth Street N.W.
EstablUhed 1ST3. Tel North 15J3
S. H. HINES & SON
Undertakers, Embalmers,
and Funeral Directors
1715 14th Street N.W.
Prices and Terms Made for Lots and
- Burial Sltea '
TjVashlngton, D C. Philadelphia. Pa
' Cemetery Lots Boucht. Sold, and
Lr Exchanged Cremation Arranged.
Best Serrke Guaranteed.
All VrnjUofT ood. doth, and metal
caskets lurnlshed at moderate
prices.
SMOKES THAT SATISFY
KnER-MHRER
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OFFTERDINGER QUALITY SHOP
60S Ninth StrMt Northw.st.
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Special Iliad Ceffee.25cli.
W. I. IretklMt Csffee, 21c lb.
Tie Coffees
Par
Excel
leice
AnstHr's
ItftwisSw-
ckllittefwe,
.25c,tlhfktt
erase Rifae-
Iure4.
Washington
Dairy Company,
(40 LOUISIANA AVENUS.
rnon Main 5908.
r Wt 6TK Ctj li Ml Paris o! Cr.
Ins. "Malcolm VHorton.'
t XotaunCirciilatiem,
VlrttnDk Theater.'
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