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Mm sgwfyWJ'l ' i . THE WASHINGTON HERALD. FRIDAY, MARCH 21. 1913. Buy Where You. Can Save Money Fancy Sugar-cured Hams, lb 19e Granulated Sugar, lb Be Pure Preserves, , in gla.ss jars... ...15c California Umon Cling Peaches... 15c Sir Cakes Star Soap 23c Fancy Print Butter, lb 3c Onions, peck 10e Three cans Campbell's Beans 25c L. F. LUSBY, Cor. 8th and East Capitol Streets Phone Lincoln ISO. The Fwtis Market . F1ESR WITS CIOCEIIES AMI P10V1SI0HS POPULAR PBICESL 4th i Ije Shuts 1. 1. Telephone M. 2963. BF Till? mjmmmJmmMmpqmmmMmmggmmmmmmgr rpjjp H BBBaHh If You Want the Best, Make Your Table Purchases Here This store Is Washington's famous headquarters for High-class Groceries, Poultry, Vegetables, Fruits. Wines, and Liquors. P. K. Chaconas & Co., Telephone Us Tour Order. 9th St. and La. Ave. GEO. W. FARR, Jr. ARCADE MARKET Phone Col. 458. Fresh Home-Grown Vegetables, High-Grade Groceries and Fresh Country Eggs The store -with one aim to please. SEA FOOD OF ALL KINDS Phone Us Your Order. PROMPT SERVICE. Lincoln 2207. A. W. TAYLOR EASTERN MARKET Triangle Grocery Store. M BRILL, PROP. 200 Florida Ave. N. W. Complete line of high-grade gro ceries at popular prices. Clean, courteous, and prompt serv ice. Give us a trial. GROCERIES Of Highest Grade. PROVISIONS Of All Kinds. MEATS And all the household necessities. Prompt and courteous service Is our blogan. C. D. ALLEY. 4th and A Sts. S. E. MASONS OBSERVE MAUNDY THURSDAY Act of Extinguishing tee Lights Part of the Impressive Service. DOGS BITE SEVERAL CHILDREN Mcxandrio. i March 2" Randolph i haptor Rose Crui No 3, Am innl -rd Aieptt d scotti-h R'Il of l-reema'.onrv, hold its. M iiindv Thursdav banquet to night in the ouns People h Building, which j .mended bj a large Cather ine oi member of the order The oxtin cuishing of the lights whs a art of the The banquet w is presided over b James. K Alcvamler, worshipful master It was cpened with the singing of 'O Worship the King in which all joined Invocation wab pronounced b Rev. Dr. John I.ec Alli'-on Toats re-pondi-d to follow To the memorv of Allrt Pike his influence is ever present in -iliicc 'Our Countrv Brother. Rev H M Outer. II D . To the Ancient and eceptod Scottish Rite, the sovereign grand commander, .lames Daniel Richardson and the Su preme Council of the Thirtv-third negro" for the Southern Jurisdiction of the 1'nited States. ' Judge C K Nicol, thirt) -second To the Scottish Rite In Alexandria. a F W 1-ntham. eighteen venerable master, solo, "When with Doubting and Dreading" (Tosti).MIss Marguerite Whcatlev Field. "To the Most Worshipful Grand 1,xlge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons in Virginia." Today's Beauty Recipes By Mme D Mllle "The best groomed leaders of fashion have abandoned the use of face pow der Tluj relv upon a complexion heautifler. the secrit of which Is not common propertv. Just applv to the lace neck and arms a solution made maj-atone in a half pint of witch hazel This will do in making the kln smooth, clear and satfnv. Eatlln hql. n .... 1.-1.1 caused b) vegetable parasites, the re- j ou.i v4 an uiiticdii rt.aij, anu are easily conveyed from one person to another Mother s hliampoo i a scientific formu la that directlj attacks these parasites A package containing ten shampoos can be had at an druggist's for 2" cents Dissolve a teaspoonful in a cup of hot -aater. pour on the head, wash and thoroughly rinse EJeorows ana lashes deere atten- ion. If the are thin and straggly. assage them dally with nroxln. and he eyebrows will grow een and regu- eil-iormea arcnes. while the ashes will be long and silken WiId hairs and fuzzy growths that cause many women humiliation can be palnlessb removed by one application or deiatone jume a paste witn a little delatone and water, apply and nash skin and the hairs are gone. "Mother's Salie qulcklv heals sores, ruts, and burns, without leaing a scar. It Is cooling, soothing and comforting, and gives almost instant relief. It Is fine for the removal of certain kinds of eczema, pimples and skin eruptions. "A Vaucalre treatment for rounding out the bust that seldom fails can be prepared in the privacy of the home bv making a sjrup with 1 14 cupfuls of sugar and a pint of water, to wHTdx. is added one ounce of gallol. The doe I li two teaspoonfuls-before meals. Deal with Us and You Will Be Satisfied. W. E. BELL 131 E St. S. E. CAPITOL MARKET FINE FRUITS, MEATS, PROVISIONS NEW CANNED GOODS M. 0. LIPSCOMB, Prop. 9 Second St. N. E. L. 703 U Street Market CHOICE MEATS, GROCERIES, and Delicatessen Prices and service to please. M. KIMBERLY, 1608 U St. N. W. NEW MANOR MARKET (THE BIG STORE.) Everything In Fresh Meats. Provi sions, and Select Marketing Wo direct special attention to our own brand of Sunbeam ColTee. 5 fir" Quality alwa)s the same; lb JUt. WM. GASS Sherman Ave. and Park Road Phone CoL 3826 Right Worshipful Ilenrv K Tuld. four teen, grand senior deacon, To the mem orv of our brethren of this, degree throughout the world who have 'entered Into rest' during the vear," mors non separabit. in silence. Masonic quartet. "Abide With Me" "True Freemasonrv. a bulwark of lovalty to the btate, a con servator of morality to the community, a defender of the sacredness of homo and familv. Brother J E. W. Timber man, fourteen "To all true Masons wheresoever dispersed, tht bonds, of fra ternltj ' circle the earth. Brother Will iam I.evvis Allen eighteen, past venerable mister solo. There is a Green Hill Far AwaV (Gounod). Jli's rield . The teremonhs incident to the ex tinguishing of the lights included the singing of Miserrere, ' hv- the Masonic quartet composed of R S-amuel I.uckelt, Hems K Field. Marshall L. Dinwiddle, and Dr Charles i: Outcalt Mrs George I WarHeld was accompanist The bene diction of the chapter ended the cere monies Officers, of the Scottish Rite Masons Ir the citv follow Frank W Latham, eighteen venerable master, Washington Memorial perfection. No 7. James E Alexander, thirtv-two, wisemaster. Rait' dolph Chapter of Rose Croix, No S Arthur Paul, thirtv-two preccptoi , 1-afajetto Council of Knihts of Kadosh, No r George T Burroughs, thirtv-two, mister of Kadosh Virginia Consistorj No 2 James M Duncan, thirtv-two, treasurer of all bodies, Virnon A- Slaugh ter, thirtv-two. secretarv Hog- Kite Childr. n. Doroth) Wells, nine sears old, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Wells, and Havwood McClear.v, thirteen ears old, were both bitten on the leg jes terdAv afternoon by dogs Justice Ca- ton in the Police Court today ordered the dogs destroyed The heads of the animals will be sent at once to the Bureau of Animal Industry. Washing ton, to ascertain if the canines were suffering from rabies at the time they attacked the children The Wells girl was bitten shortlj after 6 o'clock yes-, tcrday afternoon while in Cameron Street, near Tltt Street The dog was the property of Ernest N Duffey. T)ie dog which attacked the McCIeary lad was in charge of W. T. Helms. Mr. Helms stated in court today that the dog was not his propertv. but belonged to his brother-in-law. He had never known It to attack any one before. attack by supposed mad dog: the two children has created a strong sentiment against all dogs found roam lng the streets It also has increased the mad dog scare prevailing in the city. Orgnnlre Haymaker.. A loft of Haymakers, which Is a side isue of the Order of Red Men. has been organized in this city by A J Butcher, State organizer, with the election of these officers: A. J. Butcher, past chief haymaker: V. L. Clark, chief haymaker: Andrew Sullivan, vice haymaker: E. R. Clark, collector of straws; F. L. Ent wlsle, keeper of bundles; George S. rinch. chief hornblower: E. L. Crum baugh. boss driver, A. D. Deeton, guard of ha lof t: ,W. J. Garrett, guard of barn door; Henry Callan. C. C Brawner, and C M. Schwab, stewards. Meetings of the organization will be held the first and third Wcdne'days of each month. The annual Holy Thursday procession this morning at St- Mary's. Catholic Church was participated in by more than 100 little girls, dressed in white and wear ing long white veils and carrying Easter Recipes Welcome in Any Scotch Cnrrant nun. Four pounds of bread dough, two pounds of seedless raisins two pounds of currant", one pound of butter, a quarter of a pound or blanched and chopped almonds, a quarter or a pound of candled orange peel chopped tine, two ounces of chopped citron peel, one ounce of powdered cinnamon, one ounce of powdered singer, half an ounce or pow dered allspice, a quarter of an ounce of powdered cloves, and one grated nutmeg Mix the butter and the dough well to gether, work it In with the hands, then take one pound of the dough roll it out on a baking board with a little (lour and cut otr as much as will rorm a top crust for the bun Then with the other part of the pound of dough line a but Woodland, Straight Kentucky Whiskey, $1.00 Qt. $3.50 Gal. WINE. Ohio Tort, Sherry, Catawba, andC Blackberry. Gallon Let us Have Tour Sunday Order. Beaver's 423 4 Street S. W. Tel CIS! Main. Goods to please your pal ate and your purse. Salect Groceries, Meals and Provisions. Game in Season WM. H. LEIMBACH Cor. Sixth and (Streets S.W. PHONE MAIN Uli Automobile For Special Delivery. Fine Groceries PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE BEHRMANN -AMD- BEHRMANN Seventh and Eye S. W. Phone M. 774. lilies. Tather Elliott pre-jched on the Euchinst at the night service. Holv communion was administered at the three Episcopal Churches tonight. The usual Good Fridi services will be held tomorrow at the Catholic and Epis copal churches. The following prisoners were this after noon tKrn to work on the State convict road ! Guard Mitchell John Boswell. Michael Sullivan. Hamilton Rebbald. Clvde Sullivan, and George Johnson, the last named olored Mo'l of the prisoners will serve terms ranging from three to six months on the force The Fortv -seventh Companv. Coast Ar tillerv Corps tonisht held a military ball In the auditorium of the Elks' Home, which was attended bv a large gather ing The hill was prettilj decorated for the occasion Following the hall there was an elabo rate banquet served at the Hotel Ram mel, which was attended bv Fcventy guests There was a meeting of Tost F, Travel ers' Protective Association, at the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce tonight, at which time a visit was made to the post bj National Director A McQulllkin A smoker and buffet luncheon was served In his honor Attornevs S G Brent, F. L Smith and Howard W Smith left tonight for Rich mond, and tomorrow thev will argue be fore the State Court of Appeals the case of Recker against the Southern Railway Companv. The case was appealed from the Corporation Court here Recker seeks to recover damages In the sum of J10000 for Injuries alleged to have been sus tained while working at shops of defend ant company. The body of Mark E Miller, a former resident, who died in Washington, will be brought here tomorrow afternoon and buried in Bethel Cemeterj. Plans for a new clubhouse for the Alexandria Motor Boat Club, prepared by W. E. Spofford. have been accepted. They provide for a two-story frame structure. The house will cost S1.S00 It will be erected at the foot'of Wolfe Street. A charter has been granted by the State Corporation Commission to the Foreign Train Control CorporaUon, Ma nassas, Va.. with a capital stock of from 5,000 to 450,000. Officers are: H. B. Miller, president. Staunton, Va.; W. F. Hale, vice president, Koakesvllle: Thom as H. Lion, secretary and treasurer, Ma nassas. The. public and private schools closed today for the Easter holidays They will not resume studies unUI Tuesday next Rich Man Slain and llobbed. Warsaw, March SO. Bandits today at tacked the residence -of Alexander Ven olinsky. a rich-Und-owner In the Brnbe- shovsky district.' murdered vVenolinsky and his valet,, plundered tie mansion, and escaped,, r tered cake tin. Now put the remaining dough into a large basin, add the fruit, almonds, peel, and spices, and work well with the hands. Then till the tin neatly, and after wetting the edge or the dough with a little water place on the top crust and prick over the top with a fork. Bake in a good, stead) oven for four hours After the top Is browned brusn it over with beaten egg urns vvni glaze it. , I'uliaur l In Ilrlne. The da- before needed, place on the fire two chickens and a Joint of vial covered with witer. boil slowlv until very tender: press through the colander and set aw a) in a cool place until the next daj Then skim off all the fit. place on the range, gradually heat to a Marion Market (F. M. HODGES, Prop.) Specialty of Home-Dressed Poultry Dressed while )ou watt and abso lutely guaranteed. 1800 T Street N. W. Phone N. ZZ!i. FAMOUS CIIOCOLATC MI. NTS, The Box. 10c G4NDIES MM Fourteenth St. X. IV. Phone N. 36SL Best Goods Best Service Fill your market basket here and oii arc assured of prime qualities, absolute cleanliness, and modest prices. J. WELLS 100 Sixth Street S. E. Line. 333. GJ022? Easter Bunny Has New Job; Is a Spring Santa Claus Elaborate Toys Instead of Eggs Show Change in Celebrating Festival Grown-ups Also Get Gifts. In j ears gone bv it used to be consid end some feat when the Easter bunny laid a few candy eggs In the nest care fully arranged bj the little girl or bos in ever) household The Easter hunnv, like everv thing else, has progressed, and now thinks nothing of depositing a tricvcle, babv doll, or tov automobile on the eve of Easter, besides dozens of tojs and boxes filled with rand) eggs or sugir plums To the modern child Easter is aseeond Christ mas, more or less, and a most important occasion In spite, however, of how times have changed. It is the rabbit that still holds the center of the stage and which Is here with all its numerous family, crowding the shop windows and wait ing anxiously for a future home. Bis bunnies. little bunnies, soft flannel bun nies for the baby to bang on the floor, white rabbits like Alice met in Won derland, fuzzy fur bunnies, chocolate candy bunnies, and Baby BunUngs wrapped In a rabbit skin, are to be seen now. The rabbit Is all-Important Just now. He Is Incongruously dressed In all man ner of attire, from a dandy with cane and top hat. to a clown In Pierrot cos- tune. The chicken and waddling duck come In a close second, and are as vcr saUle and original In their disguise Waltlna- for Kiddles. They are all homeless and looking for dozens of .kiddles who will be glad to entertain them. The Easter bunny does not forget th grown-ups. either, and this even fur nishes an excuse for a general exchange of gifts. Just why the rabbit should hold such a verv Important place at this season is a question that perplexes many. vv are told that the rabbit, as an Easter feature, was brought to this coun try from German, where from the ancient days of paganism the hare was regarded as the emblem of abundant re production. When Christianity was In troduced Into Germany the people re tained the old symbols which made the rabbit represent the birth of a new life. There Is great diversity of opinion as to why eggs should be associated with this feast day. It Is known that the cus tom of exchanging them at this season is almost as" old as .time Itself. The Egyptians were' the first to brilliantly color the eggs, and we are told that lit tle Hebrew bojs tapped eggs at the Paschal season. Bojs in some parts of England played catch with hard-boiled eggs, and In other places matched their "pace eggs," as they called them, against each other, the. Kitchen. boiling point: just before serving add a Pint of cream, season with, pepper and Fait, tlavor with celery salt and a little onion berve verv hot. I'lll.rrt Tart. l'ound one cupful of filbert kernels fine; with one large teaspoonful of orange flower water, mix one heaping cupful ot powdered sugar and graduallv the jolkB or eight eggs, well btaten: next add hair a cuplul or sifted flour, beat thoroughl. I.istlj add the whites uf the eggs beaten light with an egg whip Mir all ligntiy together Spread this mixture out Into three well-greased granite pans of equal sue. v nen none spread eacn laj er w itn strawberrv marmalade, chopped raisins and nuts lop ore witn wnippea ana sweetened cream. HOME-DRESSED MEATS Partridge Shoul ders and Bacon i specialty. Staple anC Fan cy Groceries. H. Z. HEIST 300 E STREET N. E. 'Phone Lincoln 1624 The Groceries that Good Housewives Like. A. LUSTINE 621 7th St. S. W. Phone M. 6333. Quality and Economy Both imitc o to buy our srro- . . cenes and proiions from Renshaw Bros. 13th and M Sts. N.W. Phone North 117 hardest shell making Its owner the win ner. Towed 1 1, Men. With all the Jovful surroundings and happy thoughts that should come at this season, take a few minutes to be thank fu' that the aniient Easter custom of lifting" has passed out of stle It was sometimes called 'heaving." but under anj appellation was equally unpleasant On Easter Mondav the women in groups of six or eight surrounded any lone man thej might chance to meet and with or without his consent, seized him and tossed him thrice into the air above their heads, and with each elevation ut tering a loud shout. The excitement was intensified the following dav. when the men returned the compliment. Jian otner quaint and curious cus toms might be described But the sim ple and beautiful rtt.at ..i.k .. now at Easter time in churches of so man names nas freed Itself in the course 01 tne centuries from many ex travagant and degrading accessories. stcp n. 4, THE CAUSES OK POVERTY Must be discovered before intel ligent efforts can be made to re move the trouble Itself. Success In restoring dependent families to self-support depends primarily upon an accurate diag nosis of their troubles. The Associated Charities' trained, experienced visitors, sta tioned at eight strategically lo cated district offices, have the help of resourceful district com mittee members In devising plans to see poor families through their difficulties. These plans are based on a correct diagnosis. THE ASSOCIATED CHARITIES. OH H Street Northwest. Supported Entirely by Voluntary Contributions. T Care a flea oaa he rausi Too must first remove the heaifaehes an rail..", vsv stomach. HofTs Lemon SefdUts will nut your stomach !n tht pink of condition ana cur your neaaacn in ;a tew mla .sVsVAVsVJ)sVVsV Best Tub Butter, lb. - - - - 32c Best Fresh Eggs, dozen - - - 20c Best Fresh Roasted Coffee, lb. - 25c REDMAN'S 916 Louisiana Ave. N. W. Groceries Retailed at Wholesale Prices Phone Mean 228. sVsltsssVlsVsVsVsWMlljlisVV Always the Best Gaylor, THE OLD ESTABLISHED GROCERY. of ecry sort, delivered promptly. JOSEPH J. GAYLOR 1033 Sixth Street N. E. You'll Enjoy Our DELICIOIS FRUIT AND -)AA POIRI CAKE, Pound . . . &VC ICE CREAM $1 Gallon. 51c Half Ballon. AMRCIN 1009 New York Ave. N. W Main ::3S. Free Delivery. COFFEE COMPANY DINES CUSTOMERS Manhattan Mills Throws Open Its Doors During Inauguration and Suffrage Parades. MEALS ALSO WERE S.ERVED On March 5. during the suffragette pa rade, and on March 4. during the inaug ural ceremonies the M mhattan Coffee Mills, Incorporated, bl lennslvania Ave nue, between feixth. and beventh btreets Northwest, Invited the friends of the comrin, and turned over to them their entire premle, consisting of Mve stories to witness the magnificent pjgeants pre sented to the people of a-hington as well as visitors. Not alone did the Manh man Coffee Mill, Incorporated, give their friends a magnificent view of the parades turning over their entire building, hut had prepared for them a breakfast, luncheon, and dinner, consisting of the vers best that could be procured at the Washington markets, besides havtng an ever-flowing well of th Ir celebrated Martha a'hing'on Coffee on tap There was nothing that could be wish ed for In the wav ot eatables, and lur- ther than this the -untiring ertorts or the president, Mr. L ry Uanenberg. as well as th treasurer. -Mr. William Freese. together with Vhe emploses ot the compato, was so hlgni appreciated b the guests that unknown to the officials or the compiny a committee was formed to express thetr gratitude to tne Manhattan Coflte Mtlls. Incorporated, its officials and enip!oes. for their more than generous and unselfish kindness, and on -Mondav. March IT. the committee, con sisting of Commodoro and Mrs Hoag, Mrs W. B Cochran, wife of Capt. W. H. Cochran, t s A . and Mr. Isaac Gans, of Saks A. Co , called at the offices of the Manhattan Coffee Mills, Incorpor ated, and Mrs. Hoag. on behalf of the gueste. in a ver) pleasant address, voiced the sentiments of gratitude for their more than generous entertainment, and pre sented to the president. Mr. Cry Danen- berg, a magnificent solid silver salad dish. and to Mr. William B. Freese, the treas urer, a solid sliver flask, both suitably Inscribed to commenorate the pleasant event Reorganisation la Complete. New rork. March M. The reorganiza tion committee of the Allls-Chalmers Company todav announced the company had been fullv reorganized and would take over the properties of the old com pany at an earl) date and begin opera tions at once. Notice also was served on holders of common and preferred stock that the balance of the assess ment levied under the reorganization plan lspa)able as follows- On the pre ferred. M. on or before April II. and the same amount on or before May 15; on the common. J3 at the above dates. Veteran Editor Dies. Chicago, March "ft Paul Selby. aged eighty-nine, veteran Illinois editor. Is dead today in River Forest, having been III since July. He was the last survivor of the group of Illinois editors who held the anti- Nebraska convention in Decatur, III s February J3. l'SS. He called the con ference to devise means of rail lng the anti-slavery men of the Whig and Dem ocratic parties In one party to fight fur ther advances into tree territory. Everybody Knows Berman's Comer The best the market affords la meats and groceries. BERMAN'S IU Md I Sts. I. W. THE BREAD QUESTION Was settled lonp aj?o Particular housewives always buy Sparrow's Real Homemade Bread, 5c Loaf C. V. SPARROW MS N. Capitol St. Tel. L 1366 If it's good to eat, We have it ! Groceries, Meats, Provisions, Vegetables, Fruits, and Candies. J. A. Keys. 3711 New Hampshire AveiM. Phone, Col. 3822. THUtTY EEP0RTED KILLED. Iteacar I'nrllM Search Rnlns at Me.llclne Hat. Calgar). Alberta. March la Rescue parties toda) reached the ruins of the Malcolm Canning Company's plant at Medicine Hhr, where it was reported thirty men were buried and were believed to be dead. A gas explosion, followed by fire, late jesterday destro)ed the plant The men were caught and held b) falling Umbers that later were burned Five bodies had been recovered at S o'clock this morning. Two of the dead were firemen. One was a lad thirteen ) ears of age. Another was Charles Behannon. who arrived in Medicine Hat recently from Boton. Minister Gets I.ontr Sentence. Benamln. Tex March M. Rev. J. K. Hewitt, formerlv nastor nf a chureh here, was today sentenced to fifty vears imnrfsonment for xtnlatlnn of the State white slavery law. Hewitt as convicted of Indurinvr .a flftean- ear-old parishioner to accompany him to New Orleans. MAKES RHEUMATISM PROMPTLY DISAPPEAR Chronic, Cripplerl-np Sufferers Find Belief After Pew Doses of New Remedy Are Taken. It is needless to suffer any longer with rheumatism, and be all crippled and bent out of shape with Its heart wrenching 'pains, when you can surely avoid it. Rheumatism comes from weak. In active kldnevs that fall to filter from the blood the poisonous waste matter and uric acid; and it is useless to rub on liniments or take ordinary rem edies to relieve the pain. This only prolongs the misery and can't possibly cure )ou. The only way to cure rheumatism la to remove the cause. The new dis covery. Croxone, does this because It neutralizes and dissolves all the poi sonous substances and uric acid that lodge In the Joints and muscles, to scratch and irritate and cause rheu matism, and cleans out and strength- the stopped up, inactivo kidneys. so the) can filter all the poison from the blood, and drive It on and out of the s)stem. Croxone is the most wonderful medi cine ever made for curing chronic rheu matism, kidney troubles, and bladder disorders. You will find It different from all other remedies. There Is nothing else on earth like It. It mat ters not how old you are, or how long you have suffered. It Is practically Im possible to take it Into the human S)s- tem without results. You will find relief from the first few doses, and jou will be surprised how quickly all your misery and suffering will end. An original package ot Croxone costs but a trifle at any first-class drug store such as that of James ODon nell. 901 F Street Northwest AH drug gists are authorized to sell It on a pos itive money-back guarantee. Three doses a day for a few days Is often all that Is ever needed to cure the worst backache or overcome urinary Usordera. f s . . -t -ly - ffi. -?' Ai-a. -Ai &..