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Store hour 8S0 a. m. to 6 p. xa.
For His or .
Her Dresser
3 pieces, consisting. o hairbrush
with English bristles, mirror, and
comb; nicely boxed Tor presenta
tion. -Worth J4.48.
PUFFS and Hair Receivers, In
beautiful designs; also
Jewel Cases to match. gflQ
Choice today at...... ."'"'
consisting: of brush and comb. In
white, pink, or blue:
nicely boxed and
offered special at.. ..
-ith sterling silver
trimming, bpecial,
a set
including - MIlltax Keep Klean
Brushes, shaving brush, shaving
tick: nicely boxed
and offered
Accer&r to Departoeat of Labor,
WuUsstea's Hifet Mark
Wu 48 Cests.
Gordon's g(JQ
909 7th
4br butler that
maintains the lane
blfch standard of
quality day- In and
day out through
? cars.
The Drillery
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
iu Euvcvia it hi. wa m.
sUNOU IX. UUAAUOa, A. JK. (JunnUj ot
beTille. Spun, bu reopened coarse in bjaniih.
lcr t-mtiHan uusbi bj appro ml method ol
instruction. ItlTfti or grcenl cltuea, a.Kr it.
vru tor tnrthtf
1hlerin Aug. .. Dec. 11 9 s. m.jri'retrris, Dec. 3
Vrtnn Dee 16Prea. Gnat Jan. !
Tltitz-Carlton a 1 Carte Restaurant.
'becond cabin enly IHamourg direct.
risa Dee. sa Hamburg.. Jan. S3
TbeM btearoers oner exceptional accoramoda
tiani is both tint and eecond Cabtna.
Madeira, Gibraltar, Naples, and Genoa
S. S. Cleveland (17.000 tons) (Orient
India Cruise) Jaa. IS, 13 noon
S." Cincinnati (17.000 tons) Jan.27.3p.ni.
N Y, or E. F Droop 4 Eons Co., Wh & O eta.
nw . (in w Mon. In" 11th 8t, Washington. D. XX
for the name of visitors to the Library of Congress
on December I and S Address BOX S5, Herald
trades; experts on stove and roof re
pairing: all work guaranteed; lowest
paces. rootle Lincoln 2ZS. J.
MANDLEY. 132 Bladensburg Road.
Figures given out yesterday by the De
partment of Labor, showing the rise and
tall In the price of eggs In November of
each year since 1907 testify to the cause
of the present nation-wide boycott. .Ac
cording to this schedule the pries of eggs
climbed to 75 cents per dozen In New
York and Newark, N. J, last month,
with a low level In those cities of 40 and
SO cents respectively.
This represented an Increase of IS cents
over November, 1911, In New York, and
5 cents In Newark, N. J. Washington
prices showed as high a. rise. During
November of last year. eggs sold at the
highest, at cents, and. at the lowest,
45 cents. Prices quoted for the District
last month place the high mark at GO
cents, an Increase of 1! cents over last
year, and the low mark at 40 cents, or
an Increase of S cents.
The lowest price prevailed at Kansas
C1H ind Birmingham, where eggs sold
at 30 CLiiti last month. There wero sev
eral cities c'urlng November, 1912, where
eggs were old at this price, but there
were but two this year.
The Department of Agriculture yes-
terday Issued a bulletin announcing a
decline in the price of eggs. This but
ietln was attacked by Representative Mc-
Kellar. or Tennessee, who claimed the
Department is trying to "whitewash the
cold storage men." Representative Mc
Kellar recently Introduced a bill attack
ing tho cold storage Interests.
Mrs. Ellis Logan, of this city, who in
stigated tho boycott In this city, an
nounced that the boycott had been called
oft. "'We haye accomplished our ob
ject In forcing the drop In the price of
eggs." said Mrs. Logan. According to
the Department of Agriculture this drop
in tho price of eggs Is the result of pul
lets laying for the first time, bringing to
market a flood of eggs hitherto not avail
able. Thus the pullets are given the
credit for the downward slide. In the price
of eggs. Instead ot the boycotters.
Death Toll Heavier Tasrn In Case of
Bichloride, Says Dr, 'Woodward
"It Is more Important to devise means
for the better regulation of the sale of
carbolic acid." Dr. William C Wood
ward, Health Officer for the District,
commented yesterday, when asked for
his opinion of the recent amendment of
the New York Sanitary Code to govern
the sale of bichloride of mercury.
The New York amendment, that bi
chloride of mercury, or corrosive subli
mate, shall not be kept or offered for
sale at retail In dry form except In
colored tablets Individually wrapped and
marked Dolson.' Is a good one," he son-
tlnued, "but bichloride of mercury has
not been nearly so destructive of life
as has carbollo acid."
"I also believe that the bichloride
tnhIMm should be of a shape that would
prevent their accidental use. According
to the German law, -the tablets must be
sold In cylindrical shape and oi a certain
Dr. Woodward pointed out. In conclu
slon, that no matter bow this drug Is
sold it "win not protect children. Into
whose hands it might come,
imitrewire Service. Are Held for
John I'ranela lloran.
Funeral services for John Francis Mo-
ran, son of Mrs. Mary E. Moran, who was
killed bv an automobile driven Dy ur.
Scott Lamb last Friday night, were held
yesterday morning from the boys resi
dence, 3003 M street northwest.
Solemn high mass of requiem was sung
at St Matthew's Catholic Church at 10
o'clock. Mgr. Thomas Lee was the cele
brant. Fathers Mills and Buckey, deacon
and subdeacon. Fathers Smyth, of Ten-
nallytown. Froellck and Mcuraw. of St
Stephens, were in the Bantuary. The pall
bearers were members of St. Stephen's
Sunday school, of which the young man
was a member. The hearse was pre
ceded by an open carriage filled with
floral offerings of relatives and friends.
Qn the casket yested two beautiful bou
quets of white roses and palms, the or
ferine of classmates In the Eighth grade.
Corcoran school, ana several teacners.
The choir of St. .Matthews, of which
Moran was a member, sent a lyre of red
TOses. His teachers and classmates at
tended the service In a body. Mgr.-Lee
paid a beautifnl tribute to the young life
eo suddenly ended.
Educator, to Speak Under Auspices
of Howard University.
course of fifteen lectures by
prominent educators of this country, to
be dellered under the auspices of the
sociology department of Howard Uni
versity, has been announced. "A Square
Deal for Every Man of Every Race " will
be the subject of the first lecture, and
will lie delivered by Albion E. Smith, to
morrow night in Rankin Memorial ChapeL
Lectures will bo delivered by Presi
dent John L. Hlbben, of Princeton Uni
versity. Prof. Albert B. Hart, of Har
vard. Prof. Samuel McCune, of Columbia;
Joseph A. Hill, of the Census Bureau;
Louis F. Post, Assistant Secretary De
partment of Labor, Bishop W. P. Thlrk-
leld. Bishop J. II. Jones, Prof. George
E. Ilaynes, of Fisk University, Prof. R.
R. Wright, jr. Dr. J. E. Moorland. In
ternational secretary Y. M. C A.; MaJ.
R. Moten, Hampton Institute: Archl
bold H. Grimke, and Prof. C G. Woodson.
rurs rot women, wee, i p. m. Natural, aa
Krpcal ciclhbound book tree 111 Colorado my
Quality and Quantity
You pet better buckwheat and more bak
wtirat when jtju order
fctnetly pure properly learned.
C7"At tout efcer. No coaworrs wrj.pJid,
Wholesalers, lltn .ad M Sta. 8 B.
GRANGER On Tuesda. December 9.
1913. at the home of his sister. Somer-
vllle. Mass.. FRANK De WOLF
liKAKUEB, in his sixty-seventh year.
HUGHES On Monday. December 8, 1913,
at 6 p m.. Mrs. JULIA R. HUGHES.
agea nny-mo. nie-iong resident ot
Georgetown, mother of ten children.
;-een living
Remains can be viewed at 1221 Thlrtv-
thlrd street. Interment at Holy Rood
Cemetery. Notice of funeral here
JtANDALL Suddenly on Monday. De-
cemoer s, jhu, JUUN w. RANDALL,
beloved husband of Anna L. Randall
and father of Mrs. P. F. Sparrow and
Mrs. H. O. Flugge. In the slxty.seventh
year ot his age.
Funeral services at Joseph Gawier's
Sons' Chapel. 1730 Pennsylvania ave
nue northwest. Wednesday, December
10, at 1 o'clock p. m. Interment at
Kentland, Ind.
Ol men ttacrrpuos-coodentelj farad.
rtngal DeatcBS. fraaral Passu
tmbllihed H67. CHA3. 8. tOHHOBST. Kit.
Largest Morning Circulation,
Services Arc Held at the acred
Heart Catholic Clinrcli.
Funeral services for the late Harry
James Smith, of 1370 Spring road, who
died Saturday morning after an Illness ot
sir weeks, were held yesterday at Sacred
Heart Catholic Church. Rev. Father
Eckenrode officiated.
The body was placed in a vault In Glen-
wood Cemetery, where it will remain
until spring, when It will be taken to
Leesburg. Va., and buried In the lot of
Mr. Smiths mother-in-law, Mrs. 8. E.
Wright, wife of Judge Joseph W. Wright.
Mr. Smith, who was thirty-seven years
old, was a member of Central Council,
No. 29, National Union, and a former
trustee of Kismet Council, No. USB, Royal
Arcanum. He is survived by his wife,
Maude E., and a son, Randolph J.
Capt. John Land, Ordnance Department, will
make not to exceed four Tiaita dnrinr Jasnarr,
PebroaiT, March, April. May. Jsna and July, to
Baltimore, )iL, on ornciai Dcauteas.
Leite of ahaenca for treaty dan la panted UaJ.
Jamn 11. JfeBae, adjutant reneral.
The f ollovinc changes in tbe stations and datiei
of officers of tho Corps of Engineers arc ordered:
Cot William C. Lanjfltt is rellered from duty In
this city and will taoceed to Saiumah. Oa.
Capt. John J. Klngmin is reUsred from duty at
Washington btmcxa, and will report to command-
Ins of Boer lor only wtia ue run ffiim of En
gineers. Capt. Francis B. WUby Is rellered from duty with
First Battalion of Engineers, and win then xroaci
to wneeuM. w. va.
By (Unction of the President, CoL Adam Elaker.
Coast Artillery Corps, upon his -ova application ts
reurea irora scuts semce.
Lesre of absence for two trmethi is granted Capt.
Bobert Jritixtr. Twentj-slab. Infantry.
Lear for sixteen days, to take effect on or about
December IT, 1913, Is granted Second Iieot. Oilier
L Sptller, Coast Artillery Corps,
Lear for one month is granted First Lieut. Ka.
thaniel P. Borers, jr. Coast Artillery Corps, to tax
effect on or snoot December . 190.
Mil. William B. Eastman, Medical Corps, Is rs-
uerea tram xartner icxophsct war in ue Boatners
Department, and wQl return to Ms proper station at
rbrt uuey, una.. ,
Leate for one month Is granted Second Elect.
Arthur Boettcher. Elzhtaenui Infancy.
Lean of abaencB tor two months zrutal rtrrf
Lieut, unory n, Aoams, xwcou-uura inimtrT.
nr Admiral F. 1 Beattr. detached ".t
Fourth Dirlsion: to command First Drriatco. At
lantic feet.
Iieot. Ccemunder HDary Vftasims. to Nartl Bta-
mw.mi.nnn.nm i.nii..
Meat. Boptrt Henaenon.. to-rnniMiii.T Bimjj.
I ToceJa.Weak. Wsttery.Eyos aed
Prof. A. S. Itaact, of New York Uni-
Terairr, Narrate Gesiu of
Dutch Pakter.
A trip through quaint Holland via the
Illustrated lecture route, and a narra
tion of tho life of the noted Dutch
painter. Josef Israels, was the treat
given art lovers of the National Capital
last night by Prof. A. S. Isaacs, ot the
New York University, under the auspices
of the Washington Society of Fine Arts.
A gathering that taxed the spacious
auditorium of the New National Museum
attested to the facts that Israels genius
Is well known In Washington, that Prof.
Isaac's ability as a lecturer Is widely
appreciated and that the series of winter
lectures under the auspices of the Fine
Arts Society has been recognized as too
good to miss by local artdom.
Israels' chief quality, said Isaacs, was
his love, admiration, and even adoration
of Rembrandt, and, like Rembrandt
Israels possessed the genius of light and
shade. Israels also had a special gift
In his sense of color and It was this
sense that gave marvelous expression to
his works, Isaacs declared.
From the birth of the Dutch master In
1S24 Isaacs traced his career through the
time when Israels' parents tried to edu
cate him for the clergy, through the days
of his study in the art school at Am
sterdam, through the days of early man
hood In Paris, through his first and
only failure, and then down to the shore
of the sea, where Isaacs lived with the
people, learned them, loved them, and
finally painted them so he attained the
fame he wanted.
'Israels was mora than a painter, said
Isaacs, 'for he was a poet He was
more than a poet, for he was a prophet,
and his pictures were texts. In them he
brought to us a keener sne ot man
kind's unity." The lecturer concluded
with the death of the artist last year at
The Hague. In his eighty-second year.
Anna Seaton-Schmldt. writer and lec
turer, will tell of puvls de Cbavannes,
the French mural painter, at the Mu
seum, under the auspices of the Fine
Arts Society, January 13.
Aalf Clemency for Minister in Jail.
Trenton, Dec. 9. A delegation of clergy
men today appealed to Gov. Taylor for
0..rLe in behalf ot the Rev. George D.
HugguTs, c venerable Methodist minister
of Jacobstown, N. J., who has been ex
onerated by a fifteen-year-old girl of a
trlme for which he is aertng inirty years
in JalU 1
Mrs. "Wllaon Mstkes Donation.
Rev. Simon P. W. Drew, pastor of Cos
mopolitan Baptist Church, has received
.. rtnnatlnVi from Mrs. Woodrow Wilson
for the Ladles' fair, now being held at
the church. Contributions may be sent
to Hon. It B. F". Macfarland. special
treasurer, whoso office la In the Evans
0. 8. Deet. of Asriealtmr. Weather Bureau.
Washington, D. a, Dec. , 1912 8 p. m.
Fair weather was general daring the last twenty
focx hours orer practically tha entlro country, and
with the exception ot the California coast tha tem
peratures wets generally or bdow normal, with
fnah Tntadar momlnx in ths Golf ssd South At-
Untie States, except the Florida peninsula.
Tbo winds along tha rtorln Atlantic coast win
be moderate west; on tha Middle AUanua coast
light to moderate west and southwest; on tha South
Atlantis and East Cult coasts light Tsrlsbls; on tha
West Gulf coast light satiable; on ths Lower Lskes
high southwest and west; on the Upper Lake bruk
and high southwest snd west.
Texas rtierv The crest ot the Colorado Eher
1ml has reached Bay City. While tha rlnr is fall-
lug at Colmnbus, it is still 1M feet shore the flood
Tha crest of the flood In ths Krsxos Birer is now
between Hempstead and Bosexberg. There has been
a rise of twelr feet st tha last-named point in tha
last eighteen hours.
Tha Trinity Biter u sun ruing at Long Lake.
Anderson County snd now lacks U feet of the
record stag of ism.
Nota Tha display or storm and smsn craft warn
fairs on tha Great Lakes will ba discontinued for
the season at the termlrntioa of December 1. UO,
Local Temperatures.
Ifidnizbt. ST: J s. m.. 30: t a. m.. : t a. m.. 5J
J a. m.. 3; ID a. m.. ; 12 noon, 31; s p. m., );
p. 104 ; p. m.. m; s pv a., ; a p. n. a
Highest, a; lowest, 3.
Bclatit numuity-s a. m., u: z p. m.,
n. m.. M. Balnfall (J p. m. to t n. m.). 0.00.
Hours of sqnsMna. It. rer cent of possible sun
shine, 99.
Temperature same caie ia year Highest, 3:
lowest, a.
Tcmpermtnrea In Other Cities,
Temnentnres in other dUes. tortther with ths
amount of rainfall for ths twecty-tour hoars ended at
inn. yesteraay, are aa muows: '
Max. aBn. 1p.m. fall.
Aahrrffle. X. a. a . 11 32
Atlanta, 0a... .-.......... 25 i
AUanUo atj, N. J ..... 2 21 a
Bismarck. N. Dak........... 49- II 36
Boston, JIut.... II a
Buffalo. N T.......... St S 32
Chicago, in .......... 44 !l 38
rMnrt.Ti.H, Otlo...... 31 21 32
Cheyenne. WTO.... 34 II 3
Darsnport. lows. - M 21 3S
Dearer. Colo-..-.. . 3s u a
Des Moines, Iora.....- 24 31
Dnhrth, VUnn.......... M 22 39
Gahresum. Trz.......... a W 52
Helena, Wont................ 31 M 29
Indianapolis, Ind............ 39 20 30
JacxsottTtrie, FIa-......... 62 32 45
Kansas City, Mo..-.... 41 39 40
little nock. Art............ 49 24 42
Los Angeles. Cal....... T9 94 ft
Marcnette. allch.. .- 11 -M 49
Memphis, Tenn. ............. 44 30 42
hew Orleans. T. . EO . SI 49
lfewTork.K. T........... 44, . 31
iMlrth Platte, Ncbr....... 42 2D 39
Omaha. Nebr.............. 49 21 . 40
rtintrlelpMs. Ps-,.....-.. 42 24 31
nttabnfih. Pa.. ...... 32 24 21
Portland, lfc............... 31 22 X
Portland. Orec.. 39 40 39
Bait Lake City, Utah. 40 91 34
Bt. LouU. W 49 29 a
St. Paul, M12a.....-. 49 21 49
Oaa Francisco. Cal... 66 49 99
SprtatSeld. IO.MM.M.M 49 24 31-
Tanm, Fla...... ........... (t 39 M
Toledo, Ohio -......... 39 It ' 34
Vickabart. Miss ...... s o 41
know that these experiments lead to the
Ilka on human subjects. Furthermore, It
is their belief that tbe practice will re
sult In the wholesale polsonlrg and de
generation of the human race."
"Within two miles of Boston, there ex.
1st conditions In slaughter houses that
would wrlner the heart ot any animal
lover," declared Francis E. Rowley, cf
Boston, president of the Massachusetts
froclety for the Prevention ot Cruelty to
Animals," and the 10,000 slaughter pens
of American methods ot slaying cattle
are In use that belong to on earlier, less
enlightened age. We are far behind Eng
land In this regard "Mr. Rowley sug.
gtsted that more humane methods would
be used In the slaughter houses If the
women customers Insisted that their
butchers get their meats from houses
where better methods are In vogue."
No Orphan Children Used.
Surgeon Pelt us, of the Public Health
and Marine Hospital Service, partly
corroborated the charge that human be
ings as welt aa anlmrls are used as sub
jects of vivisection In the laboratories
ot the service of which ho Is connected.
He denied, however, that orphan children
were used In experiment In the govern
ment laboratories or In any hospital where
public health surgeons aro experimenting.
He declared that be had never heard of
orphans being used by doctors such as Is
charged by antl-vlvlseitionlsts now In
convention here.
In the Hygenlo Laboratory In Washing
ton, Dr. Petttis said, only animals such
as monkeys and guinea pigs are used for
experiment purposes. "In-other hospitals,
I have heard," said Dr. Pettus. "that
human beings are used In experiment
work. The practice of medicine." he
said, "depends upon this experiment
'A score of children between the area
of thirteen and eighteen lears had
diphtheria, scarlet fever, smallpox, and
tuberculosis germs sprayed Into their nos
trils and throats recently when thev be
lieved they were being treated for catarrh
of the throat," declared Frederick P.
Bellamy, of Brooklyn, counsel for the
Society for Prevention ot Ause In Ani
mal Experimentation.
"The doctor guilty of these crimes
confessed them a few days aro In an
article in a leading medical Journal, and
took pride In tbe fact that he had de
ceived his Innocent patients,' continued
Bellamy. "It is a fact that cannot be
denied that insane patients are Inoculated
In their sleep while in asylums."
Dr. Hamilton Fisk Bigger, of Cleveland,
private ph slclan to John D. Rockefeller.
offered no defense ot Rockefeller or the
Rockefeller Institute when he addressed
the congress. Bigger heard denuncia
tions of the Institute earlier in the day
and the assertion It should be "wiped out
of existence.
Ernest Thomson Seton. author and
naturalist, called attention to the fact
that the majority ot women delegates
were wearing furs when he delivered an
address on "Cruel Methods ot Trapping.
He said that .one of the objects of the
congress Is to prevent animals from
cruelty, and asked the women 'delegates
wearing furs If their consciences were
Mr. Seton's remarks created a flutter
among the women, but the excitement
subsided when Ston launched Into one
of his animal lectures.
ilryan Welcome Delegates.
Secretary of State Bryan addressed
the congress, saying he welcomed the
delegates as the representative of Presi
dent Wilson and the Federal government.
He explained that h could not discuss the
vivisection and other subjects under
consideration because his duties as Sec
retary of State has given him no time to
Inform himself upon the many themes
that the people are discussing.
Letters were read from Senators Gallln
cer and Myers, in which they expressed
themselves as advocates of the object of
the congress. Rev. C Ernest Smith,
chairman ot arrangement committee, an
nounced that President Wilson U In
sympathy with the anti-vivisection move
ment, and would havo addressed the con
gress personally If he had not decided
to deliver no addresses during the first
year of his administration except in the
performance of executive duties.
Mrs. Caroline Earle White, of Phila
delphia, introduced as "the pioneer of the
anti-vivisection movement In this coun
try," delivered an address relating to the
history of the movement from Its begin
ning to the present day.
1 rjnjNtiM 4t. tr
w.OT.., - .w ,r..,v.
Tfamnsratare sad condition et wsler; Great Falls.
Tamperstsre, 31; comlttsTi, 3M. Dalecvns. reserrotr-
aTmpaniTTrro, si, tirswrmrn aa sixv nwniu issa, is,
ccndttMn st snath fmmfrrlMi,.13. Georgetown dls
trlborlng rtserrolr Temperanaw, 4C; rrrwtwian at fc
fluent - gatehouse, 19; coodWon si; efsaeat rtte-
Bcese, liv.
"" TIde 'Sable...
Officials AVant Hablt-formlng Drags
Kept Ont of Country.
Alarmed over the Increasing use ot nar
cotics, officials of the Department of
Agriculture are considering the rigid en
forcement ot that section of the pure
food and drug act prohibiting the Impor
tation of any drug dangerous to the peo
ple of the United States.
L believe that an estimate of 1,000,000
users of drugs In this country would be
conservative." said Dr. Carl L. Alsberg.
chief of the Bureau ot Chemistry, yester
day. "The United States Imports annu
ally 1,202,300 pounds of cocoa leaves, from
which 140.000 ounces of cocaine is manu
Miss Eva, L. Moran, daughter of
Thomas M. Moran, has been made a clerk
In the War Department by executive
order. Miss Moran is a daughter of
Thomas M. Moran, clerk la the War De-,
partment ror nriy years, mob mar w
partment advised that Miss Moran be ap
pointed because of the Jong service and
present Illness of her father.
TheTresJdent bos ordered the reinstate
ment, without regard to civil service
eligibility rules, of Herbert L. Botyom.
as assistant examiner In the Patent Of
fice. Th famous ynlnt bed at the White-
House, according to report, has dlsap-
peared, whether by neglect or intent is
not known. It had been In existence since
the days of Andrew Jackson.
Water will be drawn from the Chesa-i
-- - . fit.!, rnal tapftnie T5H1W.
and trafllo for the wint' will be stopped.
Repairs will bo made during the winter.
The canal will be reopened next April,
Plans for the new T. W. C A, building
at Thirteenth and I streets are being re
vised. It Is proposed to make tho build
ing, which wD.1 cost JB0O.00O, a model for
associations In this country. '
The District Board of Education, in
stead of the Civil Service Commission,
in future will have charge of mental ex
aminations of prospective policemen and
The Cornell Club of Washington yes
terday gave a luncheon at the New Eb
bitt Hotel.
A smoker will be given tomorrow even
ing at the Raleigh Hotel by the Wash
ington Alumni Association of the Delta
Kappa Epsilon Fraternity.
Candy, aprons, and useful fancy work
will be on sale tomorrow and Friday,
from to 10 o'clock, at the Raleigh Hotel.
where the 'Aid Association for tbe Blind
will arlve a tea and bazar. There win te
dancing in the evenings from 9
The most suitable site for the Lanxley
memorial aerodynamical laboratory, ac
eordlnr to the committee In charge, would
be In thb recently reclaimed section ot
Potomac Park east of the fennsyivania
Railway embankment Permission to nse
this slt has Deen asaea ot uou tviuuun
Harts, engineer officer in charge ot
public buildings and grounds, by Prof.
Charles D. Walcott, chairman of the
No vacations will be granted to Post'
office employes during the Christmas ho!!
davs. Notice to this effect was given yes
terday by Postmaster Merritt In an order
savins- that there would De no leave
granted between December IS and Jan
uary 6.
Improvement has been noted In the
condition ot L. G. nine, former District
Commissioner, who has been ill at a Bat
tle Creek. Mich., sanatorium.
Charles A. Rlchey and Mr. and Mrs.
Shelley Pleteher. of Ohio, have started a
Journey In a covered wagon from Colum
bus, Ohio, toward this city. They will
go to New York and then to San Fran
cisco. They expect to reach the Pacific
Coast in time for the opening. In 1315,
ot the Panama Canal Exposition.
M. and Mme. Hlppolyte Dreyfus
Barney, the renowned Bahai authors and
travelers, will address a meeting tonight
at the Washington Conservatory of Mu
sic, SOI T street northwest.
A meeting of the Capitol Hill Literary
Society was held Monday night at 111
Hobart street. Addresses were made by
Mr. Carr and Miss Marlon Guild Wal-
port- Several numbers of Instrumental
and vocal music were given by Mrs, Carr
andSMrs. Frear.
Mm. Curtis Elsincer. a well-known so-
rrano of this city. Is visiting in Cincin
nati, Ohio.
Robert M. Rlculfl. a prominent attorney
ot Jacksonville. Fla., is in Washington
as the guest of his uncle. Representative
Walter M. Chandler, of New York. Mr.
Rlculfl Is the author of "Rlculfl on tho I
Sherman Anti-Trust Law."
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Governs Income Tax Collections,
The Secretary of the Treasury yester
day made public some more regulations
of tha Internal Revenue Bureau apply
ing to income tax collections. These are
supplemental regulations prescribing the
form ot certificate which may be used
by fiduciaries when such fiduciaries do
not desire to claim any exemption from
having the normal tax of 1 per cent
withheld by the debtor organization at
the source.
Government Not to Bo Party.
inn,T General McReynolds yester
day decided that the government will not
become a party to wo sun moo. ujr uu
DeWolfe, an actress, seeking an opinion
as to tho constitutionality ot the Income
tax regulation.
"Jim CroTi" Rill Introduced.
Representative Tribble. of Georgia,
yesterday Introduced a bill directing the
local street railway companies to pro
vlds separate accommodations for white
and colored passengers in the District.
Ellen V. Mason. 91. MO B t- aw.
Julia a Hughes, SJ. SW rroowt see.
William L Boy Toung. f month. 1T13 Bth st, nw.
Thehna V. Mlmston. 9, 339 Ma H. m.
Carolina B. IarsUtrtst, 39, tha Lanier apt.
John W. wm.n (s. 1913 Cslrert st,
Mary Barrett, 19, 1111 19th at, nw.
aS Sandert ft; Gort. Hospital for Inane.
Johanna FitxgeraM. 95. 151 E st. .
Msry A. Darts. CS. Rt F at, ne.
Sabina BoU93, 495 lv st ne.
Francis Honiker. 99. 399 Pa. ste. nw.
Ann! M. GloUbach, 39, Bit I at, pa.
Edward M. Magmder, months. HI K
Henry L. Irnrneyhongli. 3 months, 131 9th St. nw,
Lncua Boots. X. US linger ct znr.
John Tocma. 99, Heme for Ased and Intaa,
ar.H. I.!. wr Vmmmm, Hoaraul.
John L Turner. 39, Gort. Hospital for Insane,
Annl E. Fxawlck, 39 xaonth. IMOtUm.
Mary & Bell, 1 month. 319 3d at. ow.
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VrmZTShrt'b. PA& OtNIMESfP fan.
to cars Itching. Shad, Blsedlng. or Prgtrate
HUs, Mat ITirttntlrm atra rtBst, 9to
Gut W. Sanders. 29. of Enmney. W. Vs.. and
Lilnaa B. Mattlngly. 20. Bee. Qarenca EL Wlsa.
Zrerett J. Crobb, . and Alma P. Daria. 19. Bar.
7 r ar
Max Kaon. 29. and Batal Wattmans. 24, of New
York City. Judge Charles B. Bandy.
William u. Wearer. 3S. and Marraret E. Ward. B.
Rer. L. C. Clark.
Henry A. Suuiran. 25. and Besato C. Ponton. 25.
Ber. J. D. Msrr.
Richard W. Stewart. 25. and Edith T. Blatter. O.
both ot Dash. Va. Rer. H. Schrotder.
'V ana E. and Marian Wilson, boy.
Wiulam H. and Mary J. Ttppett, boy.
Isador and Dora Sherman, boy.
Charles U. sad Catherine E. Pngri. girt.
Timothy H. sad Cedlla E. CCoanor. girt.
Paul and India Nicholson, girl.
James S. and Ida F. Maynard. boy.
William E. and Florence E. McDonald, gin.
Wolf and Jennie MargoUus, boy.
Samuel and Sarah Kolker. boy.
IL H. and Irene Howell. girL
Charles and Tearl Hudson, boy.
John P. and Virginia Grore. boy
Walter M. and Anna E. Finnacon. girL
Edward and Byrd G. Femeyhough, boy.
Percy A, and Margaret J. Datb, hoy.
rerey and titw.- Washington. girL
Charts H. and Iffldrri B. Wallace. girL
William and Edna Thomas, boy.
W. C. and Collie Shellman. girL
MarctQus snd Clan Johnson. girL
Augustus and Jdener Jonas. girL
Ricnard and Edith Hill, boy.
John P. and Virgls Green, boy.
Hampton snd Coral Gaaklns, boy.
Lots ud Hsttia Dixon, My.
Work days remaining in
which to do yourCriRISr-
be selnih. SHOP EARLY.
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(Saturday SaUlnr.)
CtsURka tad Pocsfafa
by me atw, fast Tra Scrrw Super, Ead L.
Bws, Carl Scban aaJ the poraUr rttimrri,
rVisiiseEfctm ssd Prita Aasstt WuJbs,
11 to 18 Days - $85.50
25 Day Cruises $140-150
trrwf ftr WottrtUt HtlAitt
Hamburg -American
41-4S Irosstway, N. Y.
V. a. TtLa.- AH, 9sfA. UW L n aV4. s
ArHVD SB. 0srsra AsaBi xa vug Swsssyf I
Ceo. W. Moss, S17 14th St. jr. W.
New Y k-M-m Orkais Limited
-No Extra Fare.
New All-Steel Pullman Trains, Berths.
Drawing-Rooms, Compartments.
Through Dining Cars. Oil Burning Lo
comotivesRock Ballast Automatlo
Personally Conducted t Ithsnt Change.
New Schedule from Washington 14
hours quicker to Los Angeles, 20 hours
quicker to San Francisco.
A. J. POSTOJf, General Agent.
SOS F Street Northwest.
70S 13th Street Korthwest.
People's Drug Store's Open Letter
Te the Peopte of Washington and SBnovtrdiBg CoaatMity:
This year our Holiday Offerings surpass any we have ever made to
our patrons. Everything that gives comfort and beauty will be found
among our toilet selections. All the luxuries that come from ths labora
tories of tie world, such as Creams, Powders, Rouges, Perfumes and Tonics
are here for your Inspection. ... ...
We always endeavor to be first to secure the latest productions In medi
cines and toilet articles, and to buy in such large quantities that we may
be able to retail them at about what the average druggist pays. Merit first.
low prices, quick salts, and satisfactory service are Inseparable features of
this store.
We like to 'please. We are constantly hunting bargains. Our thought
is to make this store YOUR STORE, where anything you want In medicine,
toilet articles, or stationery at any time may be found.
Thta year we have thought of your health aa well as of your comfort.
You cannot enjoy the holidays unless you feel welL If you are run down.
If you have a cold; If you have Indigestion; If you have rheumatism, you
will be t-nable to enjoy the spirit of tha season's festivities, and Christmas
will be the saddest part ot the year to you.
By spec'al arrangement with Munyon's Homeopathic Home Remedy
Company, we receive their popular remedies fresh from the laboratory with
all their curative and subtlo strength. In our opinion there has never been
a more efficacious and satisfactory remedy for constipation than Munyon's
Paw-PaT Laxative Pills. They school the bowels to act regularly without
a phyata and tcno up the entire lntestinsl and digestive tract. If you have
Indigestion: If you belch wind; If ou have sour stomach; If you are dizzy:
It your food does not digest properly: if you feel weak and debilitated, we
urge you to come In and get a bottle of Munyon's Paw-Paw Pills, which
we are authorized to ell under their guarantee to refund your money If
you are not ertlrelv satisfied. Surely nothing could be fairer than this.
Every rheumatic sufferer, no matter of how long standing the disease,
should get t bottle of Munyon's Rheumatism Remedy. It hss cured thou
sands where doctors have failed, and all other remedies htva proved in-etfet-tuaL
PEOPLE'S DRUG STORES. 7th and K Sts. N. W.; 7th and Z Sis. N. W.
Rain or Shine These Houses Are
Open for Inspection
New Row of Colonial Homes
Nos. 617-619 KSLN.L
Eight Rooms and Tile Bath
Lots 20x142 Ft. to 30-ft. Alley
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Inspect These
Homes Today
Open and Lighted
Until 9 o'Ciock
Every Night
First floor contains large entrance hall, double parlor, dining
room, kitchen, and pantry. Second floor has four large bedrooms
and tile bath. Cellar under the entire house, with front and rear
entrance. Hot-water heat; laundry trays; servants,' toilet; 40 feet
of front parking. Big lots, room for garage. $300 cash, balance
monthly. Inspect today.
1314 F St. N. W. or 7th and H Sts. N. E.
holdi tha rorf 40 hoat-t-la tiia twtt tmd
csUr trrtn-acrew iteai.Mi.tp ttiltSf to Bwmofl,
tad tba coir cea buuluc jmwmsm at tha
do at ba.JJcS'i!' tDte'
Bound Trip withmeals st9B aa4
snd stateroom berth w np.
For full particulars apply to A. E. OCTTK-
BBJDOEJs CO- Areata Quebsa 8. 8. Co. Ltd..
S Brosdwsy. NewYorksll. MHlcks, B
Bt, J. W.: Geo. W. Moea, 1U1 O 8L N. W.;
15. r. Droop at Bon, 999 Pennsyhanl Ate.
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Tea ywaxa said, SUB. T
Order by Psoas, T
Uso TENNESSEE. Sl-80 BertJa. T
T rtabUhed 1SB3- Paoaw MlISSss T
Spain, has S0.0GO textile
Short Water Trips
Tickets Including Stateroom and
Accommodations at Famous
Caamberlla HoteL
Bat. to Mon.. ................. ,ST.sa
Frl. to Mon. or SaL to Tu .... noo
Bi-I. to Tues. or Sat. to Wed... 17.00
City Ticket Offlce, 7J1 15th St,
MerfoUc Waihlagton Seambwat Co,
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Richard Blanche, of Pasadena, CaL. to
celebrate his seventieth birthday recently,
climbed Mount Wilson In less than S 1-3
"r1.- C3?
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