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riwlasi vztdfl, Has Cam
hed P e of Ceeas.m
of seie conditions in the
SW of rumorg that liquor deal
ao bew. ''hakea d9w0" by whisky
ha ben practially completed
A. Bruce uetaki. eblef of thb 3b
e Investigation of the Department
tinum and Important revelatlos are
0e rerse whteb have been cur
io that an applicant for a nesame
-aked his petition would be acted
feveraty If he paid S1,0W to an it
inieutal with the Eziege
1he appieant refused to pay
hi. application for a loense was ro
He claims that another applicant
was submitted the same proposition
accepted was subsequently granted a
A member of the Racla Board lost
characterized the report an "non
" and claimed that the rejected ap
was turned down on principle.
heard does not make publio its rea
*1 r refeatg applcations, but In this
there was good reason for negative
A number of dealers have told the De
t of Justice that they paid large
of money to attorneys credited
"Wt influence with the Excise Board,
SIn ome caMeS they have bought
? from antjemen who Intimated that
11aaes would mean influence with the
i0uor dealer generally believe that
he agitation han been started by din
80r=led dealers whose applications for
LesOes. have been rejected.
*There Is no truth in these rumors that
arm being so generally circulated," said
61e Iesnse last night. "They are being
Circulated maliciously by men who have
been turned down by the board for good
0a11e. They believe that by starting
thin agitation, they will help the Shep.
Yard bill. designed to make the Distriot
"dry." I am glad the investigation has
been made. because it must show that
the regulation of the liquor trafmo in
this city Is cleaner than in any other city
of Its sine In the entfre country."
NEW RONE FOR POST.
MsWMig Paver Will Move te Ver
mOet Avenue Site.
Announcement was made yesterday that
the Washington Pos will move uptown to
Vermont avenue, be wean H and I streets
The Post will occupy the Gramercy
Building. formerly used as an offie build
ing, and now to be remodeled at a cost
of the Post and Its new home. The Posi
of the Past and Its new home. The Post
has been on the Avenue for twenty-five
years. occupying what has been known as
the Post Building. facing E street, be.
tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth.
The new building will be occupied en
tirely by the Post. The first floor will be
taken up by the business offices, the cir
culation department. and Mr. McLean'a
private offies Occupancy of the new
building will begin about the first of
Arril. Alteration will commence Imme
Quality - Pur
the leading MWt
Nothing but the fines
MaIked in the sealed '
grance of a Easter
your pleasure. in
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bearing dm m...itn., m depr
ehould neer fail to take tis tried an
Mrs. L. Ltanole's statement pro'
for many year. with woman'. weakm
dreadial acacs end paina through
weak and nervous, could not eleep
and would fall right over. My doctd
any relief and 5nally told me nothing
Iddntwant. I began at once ti
and this medicine restored ma to got
'Zhie preecriptiot. of Dr. Pieroe's,
temperance remedy. Ingredients prim
To get rid of 'reu rteores
tantmes, to oeromerte lyand
Pierce's Favorite Preeorlpion I in ui
Dr. Pierce'. Invalde' Betel, BulII
yaf -a e need et deatal
ette belmesame toemsu et
denta westthe les pa
U yea Deed a teeth Siled, seews
tenseed. bet as de that mne fee yen
we. that we de eetly what we a
Dr. Smith L
Inge Kmerd md
R-"ia i Sam Dsi
(BY Emaisd Neue 1eebe.
chicago. Jan. l.-Ragtime got
a kick &ad a boest In Chiago
The council committee on ju
dicIaary 0. KId an ordinance pro
hibiting ragtime baada from
playing "The Star-Bpangled Ban
ser as part of any medley.
Prof. Robert W. Stevens. of
the University of Chicago. sooth
ed the "rag" artista with the
discovery that Brahms and Wag
ner wrote classy ragtIme in their
TO FLAUNT ISONS
Sentinels' Banners Will Bear Quota
tions from President's BooL
Two new suffragist battle flags besring
exoerpts from President Wilson's book
'The New Freedom." will be brought
to the White House picket front at noon
today by a small army of New York
"Buffs." who are expected to arrive ir
Washington this morning for sentinel
The New banners will read, "Mr. Pree
ident. you say: 'Liberty Is the funda
mental demand of the human spirit,''
and "Mr. President, you say: 'We are
interested in the United States political
ly speaking. In nothing but human lib
Miss Alice Carpenter. chairman of tho
New York City branch of the Congres
sional Union, will lead the New York
era to their post of duty. Included ir
the New York delegation will be Mrs
John Winters Brannap, Miss Anna Con
stable. Mrs. William L. Colt, Mrs. Georgo
Elder Adams, Mrs. Philip Comstock, Mrs
L. . Pelafleld, Mrs. Edmond Kelly, Mrs
Walter B. Thompson, Mrs. John Rog
erm, Mrs. Calvin Tomkins. Miss Marior
Burritt. Ais Minnie Friedmann. Misi
Wenona Marlin. Mrs. J. E. Lamble. and
Mrs. Charles W. Farnham.
A new and prominent worker "for th(
cause" joined the ranks of silent sen.
tinelx yesterday afternoon in the persor
of Mrs. B. Boormann Wells. of London
She organized the picketing of Parlia.
ment for the non-militants in 1909.
WILL PREACH CHILD
LABOR DAY SERMONS
Child Labor Day will be observed Il
Washington, and throughout the nation
Rt. Rev. Alfred Harding, Bishop ol
Washington, has sent a letter to his
clergy urging co-operation in celebrating
the day, and special sermons will b
preached by Rev. J. J. Dimon, of St.
Andrew's Church; Rev. Everett M
Thompson. of the Nativity Chapel, and
Rev. John R. Esalas, of the Methodisi
thil-grown leaves are
'Salada" package. The
L Garden imprisoned for
t NATURAL GREEN
)h ! My Back !
NEED THIS FAMOUS
Lt the first symptoms of any derange
at of the feminine organism at any
riod of life the one safe, really helpful
medy is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Preecrip
n for the painful ailments and dingeuss
a womanly nature.
rhousands of women who are now
med with robust health cannot under
ad why thousands of other women
stinne to worry and suffer from ail
ints peculiar to women when they can
lain for a trifling sum Doctor Perce's
vorite Prescription which will surely
hquiybaniah all pain, distre. and
ry dre rthe womanly funiom
or headahe, backache, hot dAess,
mIOn, un9 fainting spell, women
I true women's medicine.
em our claims; she lays: "I euffered
sand kidney trouble. I would have
my side and itomach. I became vr
or eat. I would have fainting spell
r did not sem to be able to give me
but an o on would h m-ti
IigD ' avorite
4 health, which I am stll enjoyn to
extracted from roots and herbsn, is a
led on package.
mrrhal conditions, to avold pain at ee
weaknee., waste no time, but get Dr.
I or tabhs form this very day; or write
. Y., In full sondaine.n Trial pkg. 10s.
Bee t em ad we will gladly do
noe ewe. disefort. netter still,
Easy Payment Terms te Al
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GM rw ,..$3, $4, $5
E St.e N. W.
Cypsy Smith. Jr., Hill Toa Temor
fow Mit for Boat with Dgvil.
Gypsy Smith, Jr., famous evangelit,
bill bt Washingten tomorrow night with
a saurative broom in mne hand ead the
Gospel In the other, according to tboe
who are promoting the great evnsaellsti
revival to be -onmenoed hero n the
tabernacle near Oibteenth and V etreets
'northwest, on gunday.
He to expected to launch a whirlwind
campaign In the name of Christ that will
sweep Washington morally ceam
, The grat demonstration that was puan
ned for his arrival has been cancelled on
account of the late hour that will bring
him to the city. Members of the eeam
tive committee who have been In om
plete charge of the arrangements for the
evangelistic service announced last night
that every detail is complete.
The tabernacle is ready to acood ate
3,000 persons, and It is confidstly be
lieved by Dr. John Carpenter, hairman
of the executive committee, that the edi
fice will be crowded to capacity at every
"World T..per.ae. and ....,ble
in the Trenches" will be Mrs. Wilbur
F. Crafts' subjects this afternoon at 2
o'clock before the Interdenominational
Mussion-study Class in the Public Li
brary. Mrs. Crafts is Sunday school
superintendent of the World's Chris
tian Temperance Union.
The Heusekeepers' Alliaaee will be
addressed by Robert E. Belt, chief ac
countant of the Federal Trade Commis
sion, on "Cost Accounting In the House
hold," at the Theodorus Bailey Myers
Mason House, 1606 Twentleth street
northwest, this afternoon at 3:30
Dr. John W. Boves will speak to the
National Society of Keep-Wells this
evening in the parish hall of St. John's
Church. "A Talk to Women" is his
WWillam I. Cuahiag Camp, Ne. 3k
Sons of Veterans, will meet this even
ing at the Olympia, Fourteenth and
Clifton streets, to arrange for its an
Judson King will speak em osome
Ideals of Popular Government" Sunday
evening at 8:30 o'clock, in Perpetual
Building Hall, Eleventh and E streets
A father and sm social will be held
at the Y. M. C. A. Boys' Department
this evening at 7:30. The purpose of
the social Is to give fathers a chance
to see the activities of the Y. M. C, A.
for the welfare of the boys.
William Knowles Ceper, secretary
of the Y. M. C. A., will deliver a lec
ture on "America a Christian Nation."
at a meeting of the Knights of St.
George, Sunday afternoon in the boys'
department. The Hero Club will meet
at the same time to hear Gen. W. E.
Harvey talk on "Heroes of the Civil
The Kansas Day ban~met of the Man
eas State Society of Washington will
be held January 29 at the New Ebbitt.
The annual reunion of the KAnsas
State Agricultural College Society,
which had been set for that date, has
Topics coecerning the mother, the
home and the child will be discussed
at a series of meetings in the public
school buildings under the auspices of
the Health and Mothers' Club of the
District W. C. T. U., beginning next
The Washington College of Musie
will hold its seventh complimentary
students' concert in Masonic Audito
rium, Thirteenth street and New York
avenue, on Saturday, February 3, at
"That the United states Own and
Operate the Railroads of the Country"
has been announced as the subject for
debate by the students of the George
town University Law School Wednes
day evening, February 7.
"A Woman in the Philippine Islands"
is to be the subject of a lecture by
Mrs. Agnes McKay Kelly before the
National Geographic Society at the New
Masonic Auditorium today.
Frank Alvah Parsons will talk In
the auditorium of Woodward & Loth
rop's this morning at 11 o'clock on the
problem of furnishing a home on a
The Ashlar Club will hold its regu
lar meeting in the clubrooms In Old
Masonic Temple, Ninth and F streets
northwest, tomorrow evening at 7:30
o'clock. An elaborate musical program
will be presented and refreshments
The Senators and Repreoentatives
from North Dakota will join with the
National American Woman Suffrage
Association on February 4 in celebrat
ing the recent passage of a Presiden
tial suffrage bill in North Dakota. A
reception will be held on that date at
1626 Rhode Island avenue.
The Naval Gun Factory ead dance
has been postponed from January 80
to Tuesday, February 20.
Mrs. Abby A. Peterson, chairman of
the committee on Southern circuit
work, will speak on "Educational and
Religious Work in the South," at a
meeting of the Women's Alliance of
All Souls' Church. to be hold in the
lecture room at Fourteenth and L
streets, at 11 o'clock this morning.
The Bielegienl Soeiety of Wahing
ton will he addressed tomorrow even
ing at 8 o'clock in the -new lecture
ball of the Cosmos CluenDy H. M. Smith
on "Exploitation of Neglected Aquatic
Resourcen" and by W. L. McAtee on
"Showers of Organic Matter."~
"Some Ideals of Popular Gevm
ment" will be the subject of a lecture
by Judson King, secretary, in Perpet
ual Building Hall, Eleventh and E
streets northwest, Sunday evening at
WillIsa E. 3andal% ot Beeten, a
member of the executive board of
Bahal Temple Unity, will address the
Bahai assembly of Washington upon
the subject: "The Bahal Teaching as
a Factor in World Peace," in Studio
Hall, 1219 Connecticut avenue, Sun
day evening at 8:.16 o'clock. The pub
lic is welcomed.
A ma.. meetIng to discuos the pro
posed increase in fares on the Kens
intnRilroad will be held In the
tw halat Kensington ofi Monday
evening at 3 o'clock.
DM, Leedae Outen Powell will leetuso
at 8 o'clock tonight at the Portland
Hotel en "How to Select Children's
TRhe dist et a amrs.e et ltes.. e
"Men and Their Influence on Jewish
Histor" will be given tonight at *
o'oloch Ia Adsa Israel S ynagogue,
31xth and I streets northweet, by Babbi
Beujadeta L, Gree--a
GUYMEKE lAGS 37TH YT.
Pais Je.E-Lisu Guyaeer breeght
down his twenty-seventh- Gea ero
plane todap-his. seood in fertyeight
hours-the war edmaonse.
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tifr inean ain Gen g Equ ity ourt o. o
the Dastict Supre Crt aainst the
U-nited States Realty Company inolring
Snote vae ato apprximatedy Eva00
ABrwead twohayls of Tcerli-. lin
at tmhe beeniphnting paiits"rygar toe
Proeits cspeh Weneda the wasatonly
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grthelstnd menohial owsnefad tolde
howresientefred ntoe Agment wnitn
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thansdens.Ms ilinD ad
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colopns,: n ereFacsWlim
mand anie W.haker peahugrin forh
a n kite d tte Realom ay . Fhc omer
browne anide chanries d Tucker.
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detndtU akwt h ets~r d
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fom finecus bew eatos
viw ofathesai teoe and ee
Scao Abraham AinClar, yo haeona
know a the soperitofgtheroeo of
The Disrict Sprtm ourtexicocnsst tof
-nie eleates plaealty monyin on
teest aud aet. appro pmatey is ofol
Alredyto day thf mautre oflt-men's
hars tire haver ben scht in ryi tot
asilte aroetoa.ur, byesa heatook
theetsand timiong hal advncd told
boc eent edito anreent-- with ie tl
a.Atur B.ond.ons arin r-e
in proertin tadtnin RwllbteHigw
ompanie that cereFan besquolcd on
anhDneldgarpear for netflt he o
Fredrtats Reat Corany 1omert
streetorCak is repesndig asc
lre and Cmn's at ukrcae
That the fiin acit" rear ofhAe
destned o rak1wthh ~isbude ad
dres, wa madclas toan other con
gralatnor eaother chneste to the
Prdent fromal the ria non
Th oetr wh ats ivre in esntot
ncit Nw or C ity It ne in para
t Sale of J
ire Surplus Stock of Soi
Every Suit guaranteed
ais Royal-to prove abe
ir. A new suit in excha
ry suit has two (2) pair
watch pockets, all sea:
erior in every detail. A
ge Suits with one pair
rs. See display in G s
Palais Royal Boys' Shop-Third Fla
"The Morality Books
For Bad Little I
The bad little boys in the Washingt
schools are going to have dreadful at
prises one of these line days.
"Johnny," the teacher will say. "t
'Morality Books' just arrived today a
I am so glad. It will be a fine oppc
tunity for you to study what truthfi
ness means. Read every one of t
seventy references on truthfulness. T
other children may go home now.
And if Johnny is wise he will discov
that there are also in the book exacl
seventy references on about thirty oth
virtues which are excellent for the you
of our land to be familiar with.
Its a strange new idea-"The Moral
Book." A mysterious donor in Washir,
ton has set a prize of $6,O0D for the bf
morality code that can be drawn f
children, with descriptions of hon,
courage, temperance, respect for Pe
ents. and several other excellent virtu,
The codes are to be about 3,000 words
The contest Is now being held und
the direction of the National Institutl
for Moral Instruction, the directors
whom are Milton Fairchild, Philander
Claxton, United States Commissioner
Education: Willard a. Small, principal
the Eastern High School; William
WHISKY AND CIGARETTE
THRIVE DESPITE REFOR
Despite the onward march of prohl!
tion, more whiskey and other intoxicI
ing liquors were drunk during 1S th
in the previous year. according to I
records of the Treasury Department 5
Internal Revenue receipts. Twenty-fl
million dollars worth of Uiquor, a 5t
big enough to build and equip a mode
Dreadnaught in the latest style, was I
excess of last year's liquor bilL.
Some say that this extra amount w
consumed, and others attribute it to t
unusual activity of the revenue agen
Cigarettes also ran way up the sea
the increase being 40 per cent.
FOR 80 YE
When a Tea has enjoyed the st
the public appreciates superior
Buff Label "Housebol," India-'
Orng Lbel ''Famous," India-'
Silver Label "5 o'Clock," IndiaA
Gold Label Gemune Orange Pek
Black Label Finest Russian Car
"H. MI. B." Her Majesty's Blen.
HE most -~--wul establi
loons. he stock is kep
sional losses. As now-m
hurried out at irresistibly low pri
Were to $19.5
The many have been distril
ing few are to be hurried out
lot but, in combination. all sizes
other, for both men and young
Were to $35.00
The Suit sizes are from
among the smaller sizes. The 0
are superlatively best in every 4
giOther lots, which inclu
tation $22.50 Suits and Overo
$25.00 garments reduced to $1'
ase of Boys
mneborn Brothers, New Y<
l by the makers - and
olutely satisfactory in I
nge for any that fails. Alry
s of fully lined Knickerbc
ms taped and double-stitcl
lso all-wool, fast-color B
f Knickers. Si ze s, 7 to
E 0 a ze E N0 0m a N
" to Be Nightmare
3oys; $5,000 for Code
xn Ruediger,. dean of the teacher. college &I
r- George Washington JniversltY. and
Margaret Bell Merrill. of the Wester
he High School.
d seventy persons-mostly educators
from all Parts of the country, were ae
ilected by the committee to write codes
he and the best code will draw the N.0
he prise. The contest closes February 23
and the winner will be announced soo!
ly The entire seventy codes will be print
er ed in a book, to be called "The MoralitY
th Book," and these books will be distribut.
ed to all the school teachers in the
ty United States.
eadily increasing popularity that RIE]
iuality. 'The proof is in the drinking
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I (renowmed for generations) ..
Soli airtight tins.
warded Gold Medal. San Francisco,1
bly Low a
himent is the One wilin to iffvit
continually ae 0ee Wit oa
when r--ninng winter Adin is
auted at a fair prokt-the e w a
at a judicPo l c Few Of "a
will be found in one st or asi
M4 to VMrete varietyM
vercoats, in size mosty3 to4, a
lle fany makers of standayd rep
sat&. reduced to $12.75, and the
Vek.ots inszsmey,4t 0
h e $
Iot maymkrso 8 5nar qa
u a e fged .o ae n ed
MAY USE MEMORIAL
TO HONOR HERO DEAD
ihe Arlington Memoerial Ainphithter
may be the final resting placs of the beer
of Admiral George Dewey and other na
tionailvzgres who havs distinguiahed
themselves If the plans now being con
sidered by members of the oommlissia
in charge of the construction ' f the
amphitheater are carried out.
Col. W. W. Harts. executive .ad dis
' buroing officer in charge of the work, said
last night that he could conceive of no
hgonrto the memory of tbanse
who have served their country I a ib
tinguished manner than to pevide a last
resting place for their oodles.
It has also been suggested that tabiets
bearing tribute to national heroes be
placed in the amphitheater.
GWAYS has since 1 836-it proves
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