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Ftam a. us
Rdlisf Th0Smaim&
C irging that Sm, was extrted.
bsm be Amertea People by the 81001
seempely last year, the lissate Agricul
to Cmnitteg yesterday reminmeded
that the State Departmnt open negotia
_Uas with the Mexicas da facto govern
to obtain relief for farmers In the
States who have bpen enaUpelled
pay excessive prinem for binder twine.
The connitt e abe arged the Depart
ent of Justice to "tate Such wation a.
(UD-TIME 1.0
CURE-DIUNK TEA1
Jet a small package of Hamburg
Ureast Tea. e as the German folke
gall it. "Ham irger Brust Thee." at
.ay pharmacy Take a tablespoontl
eo the tea, pu a cup of boiling water
Wgen it. pou. through a sieve and
datak a teacup full at any time. It Is
the mest effective way to break a cold
and cure grip, as it opens the pores.
yelieving congestion. Also loosens tne
bowel, thus breaking a cold at onee.
It is Inexpensive and entirely vege
inft therefere harmless.-Adv.
R Har
anuary4
A Wo
Hundreds of pieces of fine f
.ual underselling prices
Get in as early as you can
Remember, you are welcome
at the sale prices-have the go
come permits.
We mention a few of the sa
to fully appreciate the many wo
This 4-Piece C
--including Four-Poa
$and Triplicate Mir
January Price ....
A beautiful Colonial Mahogar
indu! a Four-Poster Mahogany
Genuine French Pla e Mirror. Us
This 1
8-Piece Olon
-including Buffet, E
Leather Seat Chairs
A substantial Solid Oak Colo,
indude large Colonial Buffet witt
Oak Chairs with best black imil
A 31 -piece
Dinner Set free
1with every cash
or credit par
c seof funi
' to$25 or
mee.
thi Vw" ad the fo UAW' warrat
4o," -= euing the 0mopd.
Subinittbig its rert to she senate.
the canmittee. after Jong ionrigation,
so";
"'be cowunittee ugw the rne.rs of
the oountry to make oesvw efert to ntd
a suitable substitute for siwte bk ean
be grown *ithin the United States at rea
sonable cost in order that they may no
i8g be t8 the Power of a foreign mo
nopoly for so essential a product as
binder twine. The report is referred to
the Department of Agrkmlture with the
roisuan aItiro tS' It aOe a speeiai
investigation toward this end."
The investigation was started last
spring. The proe developed a series of
sensational revelations of the competi
tion between the tnternatiea Harmster
Company and the Comision Regulatora.
an agency created by the Mexican ge.
ertment. to control the Sla output of
Yucatan.
The committee offered no criticism of
the International Harvester Company.
THOWJ TEROUGH WNDOW.
William H. Woodcock. proprietor of a
lunch room at (.2 Pennsylvania avenue
northwest, was arrested by the police
of the Sixth precinct last night accused
of assault. The police say that dbring
a fight between Nathaniel R. Allen, 30
years old, of Good Hope road moutheast,
and Woodcock. the former was thrown
through a glass door. He recetved' cuts
on the face and was removed to the
Emergency hospital.
Attreetive Route. Couvenient Sekadute
to Augusta, Aiken. Columbia. Augusta
Special Lv. Washington 7 p. In. daily.
Southern y. 705 15th and 311 a sts.
N. W.-Adv.I
UB FURNITURE 0
.urniture
iderful Bargain
irniture from our regular lines are rep
and select the things you need to con
to USE YOUR CREDIT duning this
Is sent to your home and arrange
e values in this announcement, but y<
nderful bargains to be had.
donial Mahogany
ter Bed, Dressser, Chiffc
or Toilet Table-Spe
y Bedroom Suite at a wonderfully
Bed. Colonial Dresser, Chiffonier and
your credit and buy this suite now.
lal Oak Dii
.-tension Table, Six Imit
J..anuary Clearance Pri
iial Dining Room Suite at a genuine
French Plate Mirror, full size round
ation leather seats. Use your credit
V
1n
Measure Providing Federal Aid foi
stow Insstiio Ailpt
The Hughe" veentiona eduentionsl
upon Coness by Presldast Won is
his aninial mama1 taet umasib P8
the Heuse yaeiaa without a rem
vote. it passed the aesate Iafst lden,
ad after eenaideation in enference, ii
likely to be the ftat legislation in th4
PresideUt's prsram to reesive .eecutivo
approval thin session.
The bill carries apropriations for vo
cational training. inerensing on a slidini
scale from .700.000 for the next aca:
year to aNMetbing more than $7.000000 ir
12~.-5. and annually thereafter.
This money In to be expended througt
the several states Under the control of a
I Federal boayi of voeational educational
consisting of five member.
When the scheme is in full operatior
after 19M the annuaI appropriation wil
be $3,=.D0.
HOUSE PANS RAILROAD ORDE1
stripped of a apaalal provision provid.
Ing a salaried position for Representatlv4
('ullop. of Indiana. by continuing him as
a member, the House today passed I
resolution continuing until next Decem
bar. the Newlands Joint Committee
which is Investigating the railroad situa,
i tion.
Clearance
Event
riced at considerably less than our
Wplete the furnishing of your home.
sale. Select everything you want
to settle the bill later, as your
u must come to the store in order
Bedroom Suite
mier
F $118.75
ttractive price. The four pieces
Triplicate Mirror Toilet Table with
rung Suite
ation $3975
bargain price. The eight pieces
top Extension Table and six Solid
Ind profit by this bargain now.
IA 26-piece
atee silver
(free with every
tpagrchase
~0 asse:_Igt
0-a-er
Okiest Attorney in Ofice of SolAto,
for DputmpMi of hairidr.
JOseph lt. Webster, eldest of the attor
neys In the aisce of the solicitor for the
Department of the Interior, died at Ms
home, 3M Harvard street northwost. yes
terday afternoon at 19:4 eeck. fea
eral Rnnths ago he lad sugered a physt
cal b .eebewa, but partilay ree..ered.
and. althoUgh past T7 years of age, re
toned to his duties. Sunday afternoon.
WNie Ou his way to visit a friend. he
eees'iesed a severe attack of sicknes.
"Oneafl" Webeter, as he was known
to hil friends, was bet in Dombay.
&AMi., in lam Iis parents wern mission
arese. They returned to the United tate"
during thejr son's boyhood and settled
in La Granowe County. Iama.
The outbreak of the civil war found
Webster a student in Wabash (olege
at Crawfordsville, and. together with
most of his class, he enlisted in a eom
pany Of infantry organised by Capt.
(later General) Law Walliao. author of
"Ben Hur." Webster participated in fve
great battles. lie rose to the rank of
lleutenant-colonel, and at Chickamauga
commanded the fragments of his regi
meent remaining after the ght of the
first day. He completed a law course at
the Iowa State University, and in 1871
he was elected attorney general of the
State. and was later county judge of
Lancaster County. He occupied the chair
of Instructor in equity jurisprudence in
the Nebraska State University for a
time.
In t1 he was appointed assistant
United States attorney in the office of
the Assistant Attorney (Jeneral for the
Iepartment of the Interior. which posi
tion he held until his death, being from
time to time promoted In grade.
Judge Webster Is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Lenore P. Webster. and a
daughter. Miss Joy L. Webster. The
funeral under auspices of Burnside Post,
G. A. R.. will be held at the family real
dence at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Is
terment will be at Lincoln, Neb.
SALESMANSHIP CLUB
TOLD OF IMAGINATION
The Salesmanship Club of Washington.
formed to educate its members in funda
mental principles of scientitli salesman
ship. held its first meeting in the rooms
of the Chamber of Commerce la.t night.
E. E. Perrine, president of the Denver.
1aleamanship Club. made the chief ad
dress of the evening, discussing "Crea
tive Imagination. tbe Magic LIght of
Modern Business."
Officers elected are: President. 4_. G.
Reiniger; first Nice president, P. W. H.
Snyder: second %lee president, McCarthy
lianger; treasurer. John Poole: secre
tary. C. E. Harrington; executive com
Piittee. W. F. Gude. H. L. Mooney, W.
K. Evans. J. C. )e Villibls. Max Fischer.
Morris W. Sheldon, E. C. Rodgers, F. C.
Stewart, George C. Jordon. John M.
Cherry.
The next mreeting will be held in the
Chanmber of Commerce rooms January
23. when Robert G. WalH will speak on
scientific salesmanship.
FUND FOR T. W. GBSON
IS INCREASED BY $5
"Mirm. Brown.' of this city. has n t S7,
to The Washington Herald to be fop.
warded to T. W. Gibson. a former Wash
Ingtonifn, who Is now In a sanatorium
at Ap_4querque. N. Met.. receiving treat
mem for tuberculosis.
This swells the fund to more than s100
and Mr. Gibson needs $:3 more to pay his
expenses to the end of this month. by
which time he says he will be cured.
Many have responded to his appeal for
financial assistance. Mr. Gibson at
tributes his improved health to this aid
and promises to repsy all his benefactors
with Interest when he Is again able to
work.
POL CLUB TO EXH IT.
'c Amer..tn Tolish Club nill hd I
Rnnual convention in cOnnte ti.a v. ih '
Washington Poultry Show. Chiih will Ie
held in the Union Buildim;t at Sixi it aid
G streets, January L to 1.
The annual club exhibit will be ied in
conne tion with the poultry show.
John Lack. of Baltimor, secietary of
the Polish Club and a mem.er of the
1local association. informed Secretary Lil
lie tiit tihre would be about 31' birds of
tht Polish variety on exitbit.
I Among prominent breeders of this va
rity who 1ill exhibit hrre at, : A. R.
Hamilton. Auburn. N. Y'.; charlit, E.
Smith. Fall River. Mass.; R. I,. Knauus5,
Altoona. Pa.: Hill Top 'oultry F.-rm.
Gettysburg, Pa.; Mr. IAck: W. J. Nelly.
Cambridge s4prings, Pa-; Chars I.. 5ee
1v. Afton. N. Y.: T. L. Andrew. Boion;
Edward 4' Pentalow. Ilartford. Coi.;
Edward Sten. Buckland. Conn : .t. E:
twiale. lochester. N. V.: R. E. Te. Kn
sington. Md.. and lRafeel Rod'ikeu..
Havana. Cuba.
FIORIDANS RE-ELECT FLETCHER
Senator Luncan 1'. teher presided
last night at the Friiia tute Pnriety's
ioreting in the Logan lntel. After a brief
business seselon thesce officers were
elected:
Fresident. Senator Flct, her: filst vice
president, Maj. W. C. 1a:e; second ite
president, Mrs. Kilcougi: treasurer, W.
W. Pollock: secretary. 71r.. Fowler.
A musaleal and literary program con
cluded th meeting.
Do You Want
-to make certain that
under no possible circum
stances will your import
anit papers, jewelry or
vahaabkes of any desctip
tion be exposed to danger
of ioee from any cause
whatsoever?
Our Safe Deposit Vaults
aford this perfect form of
prtcn
coo . Vs
[Big*
In These Timely Garments
Madame Finds Smart Style,
Comfort, Beauty and Service
Corduroy and Quilted Robes
la the Jaary Marane at thse iterescompeag rdm- -
Cordaroy Ro in blue. wistaria. coral, gray and American beauty. Dvded into two
bes lots, but not all colors in each lot.
Unlined Robes, at Lined Robes, a
$3.95 values... e $5.00 values.. $ 2 .9 5
Quilted Robes A Shrt Qited
Long robes, In navy.
Copenhagen and black
with contrasting or same
color lining. finished -in Ch5~ twiat
with lay-down collar ar a
turn-ba ck cuffs andna Okt.aP n
pockete, also cord endcoarndttbh
tassel. $5.50 value, at cuffs $6.9e Valu. at
$4.75 $3e9:w
beautifully hand-embroidered, striped and
I15n Japanse Crep KI monos checked patterns.
White grounds with embroidered designs in Copenhagen, light blue, pink.
salmon, lavender and gray. $3.95 value, at .................... $ 3 .4 8
Kann's-Second Floor.
Determined to Hold My Lady's Attention
Smart Silk Petticoats
Rustle Coquettishly Into Prominence.
In Wonderful Shades and Colorings.
TUB SILK PETTI- i "KLOSFIT" PET!1- EXTRA SIZE TAF
COATS, with tailored COATS, with Jersey FETA PETTICOATS,
topp and messale fwth ta ored flounce
flounce or flounce 6n- flouace; nished with finished with two
ished with two small four small ruffles; in pleated ruffles, cotton
ped ruffe in pu- tan, Russian green, underpiece; in put
- mrald, navy. red. pA. reseda. batedup
pi, reseda. black, old duck and king blue; gray. emerald, navy
rose. emerald and black, white, pink, and blue and changeables.
navy. a few chamgeables. Kann's-Second Flow.
at $2.95 i at $5.50 at $5.50
Kann s Second Floor.
Flannelette Gowns and Knit Petticoats
FLANNELETTE GOWNS, in high and "V" neck styles; with
and without collars; in all white; white with pink; 75c
white with blue stripes. At . ...........................
FLANNELETTE GOWNS, of better quality; made with high or
V" neck; collar or co'larless styles; in white with pink. blue or
gray stripes; prettily trimmed with wash braids.
frogs. etc. At.................... ........ $1.00
B~etter qalities at $1.50 to $200.
KNIT PETTICOATS, in w1hite. natural and gray
with colored borders. At........................... UC
KNIT PETTICOATS, in g ay and natural with color
ed borders; also plain white, natural, gray and black. At 1.
Better qalities at $1.50 and $2.N.
CapitalScon andSurru
N MWWe Invite Your Account
Whether It re Large or Small
H A Ei .u Deed- -a Mortgagt
lI .urance Polic-Bo'ndt --
- F'ri.ate tetters---or \\'ilt or
Vluabtc Papers lying about the
house *r officc?:
A lifetime's rental of one of our
SA'FE DEPOSIT BOXES repre
sent' a cot~ nwh es tha in
average burgtary. Rentals per year
are so low as $3., according to sire.
Capial ad SuplusCome in and sec the advantages
$5,000000.00offered by a private sIfe intside 'u~r
The Largest in Washington A' coi i~
American Security and Trust Co.
Pennsylvania Avenue
At Fifteenth Street
Chidig J. Ben,
President.
We Pay Interest
On All Deposits

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