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SPECIAL NOTICES.
"F.VEREADY" IGNITION BATTERY FOR
automobiles, cas engines ami l?ell circuits; a j
hieh amperage ami a hot spark JOHN J. i
ODENWALH, Electrical Contractor. 1204 H
o. n.w i?h. M.
THOSE HA VINO ACCOMMODATIONS* FOR
visitors during th** Harry moniimnt t.nve.lici..
Mut ir? am! Id. niav register same at T1 Southern
Mdsr. liefor** Ma* I M. (I. M?*'
"R.MICK. chairman ?om. on visitors' w' faro. |
IHRolGII FREIGHT CAIl SERVICE TO I'A-i
< ific roast. Reduced rate*. CreattT security, j
SKCFRITY STORAGE CO.. 1140 15tn st. I'a? k- ^
rs. forwarders, safe deposit, cold storage.
WE'RE HITI.HERS: TWO RIO FEAT! RES ;
are T;i.- REMODELING A M? FAINTING of
iiiiil'linzs. Get our '"one cost" estimate. M. 11.
HER RIM AN A SOX. 1101 V at Ph. N 1011.
\ COMPANY ENGAGED IN' A PROFITARTJ
hush ions needing increased capital to handle
Its rapidl* growing business offers an ovellen,
.>,i|N.r;i;ii ty for investment. Ib'X 172. Star efHc'-'- j
1 WILL MIT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY !
I oil* ; :!> ted bv nnv one other than intseif.
2>" R. E. DEN N ISDN. !
THIS is TO CERTIFY THAT I WILL NOT BE
responsible for any debts except those eon- !
tractwl Iiv tnrself. _ j
W II. ?:??!?! ?A RI?. !
W \ I.I. PAPERS. THOSE WHO ORDER OR
< rooms papered to give. absolutely i Itl.r..
-nongh j?aper for another room. ARTHI R J.
HoFGHTon. IIIT Conn. at'' I'iione V ' o.
INCREASED III "SI NESS I'RI'.SSFRE
= fired b y t he fuel ?.r forceful PRINTING. I
'sn'r m-i-i ssarilT tin- expi :>h v p.'rrir.*:.
M" plan ami execute the in-si pa; . i i d:ir jobs :
tii:-( ? (] nit in town. As "advi-mrs mi rii..- p ing"
iro'rc equipped s'TVi- t?'ii in*-.:
nil. \?:\ \11 \\ press
r.ni* r st. n.u. ph. m hois.
spring's here: painting ami fresh k.ning
up are in order. Think ?>f nalnting - think 1
emplov lip' best servie-. Notifc
G.H. M \RKWAR1). 2210 14th. j
I'hfiW North 221". j
POSTAL TO PREINKERT.
1200 I! st. n.e..
To- the best opaque window shades. oOc. '
Hartshorn rollers hung free.
THE ANNUAL MEETING ' T THE STOCK '
holders of the Great Falls l*<-wer Company for '
the election of directors and the transaction ,
of such other business as may properly conic before
said meeting will be held at the office
of ?*. ?f'arlin. No. 107 North Fairfax street, i
Alexandria. V?.. on Thursday. April 2. 1014, j
a i 12 o'clock noon.
- S. T:. HoWEN. Sf>.-rotary.
CHURCH. LODGE & SOCIETY PRINTING.
Till L1BR\R1 PRESS.
R. .1 MEARS. I'ropr
Pnnne. Line. 2.'t66. 335 Pa are. 0.
LETTER H K A DS A A LI PRINTED ,
l?0 ENVELOPES - FOR
100 BILLHEADS 1 $1.00.
Aak for prices on tvpewrttten fetters.
.101 14th ST. N W Phone M. 6271.
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THE CAPITAL OF THE
NATION
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Tihe Pride of Our Country.
Why does Congress
allow a few of its
members to waste time
over District matters,
of which they know
little?
The residents here
are like those of other
cities in most respects. 1
Many of them came
here from the several
-tates of the Union.
Let us alone. Who
wants a change of gov- \
ernment? <
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RELIABLE ROOF WORK !
Hoof RoT,alr:nc. Tinnlnc. Gutrorinc.
It >of Pa In tins. Sla^ Roofing. KVKKY :
DETAIL PROMPTLY LOOKED i
AFTER P.Y PitAi.TF" \\L IIOOFKKS. 1
IRONCLAD
(n:|>n7. Phonn .Main 14. | |
Don't Pay High Prices
For Photo Goods
WHEN YOC CAN GET THE BEST l>.N |i
THE MARKET HERE AT SMAI..I. COST. ! '
WE ARE 1IEADQI AKTEKS FOR ANTI- j
TRCST PHOTO GOODS.
M. A. LEESEisL-n ?-r
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I NEVER DISAPPOINT." j
Invite More Business
?by using the tno?? attractive printed mat- !
tor v?"i '"in bur tP kind ? ' i
THE SERVICE SHOP.
BYRON S. ADAMS V"'T???L. |
SPIRITUALISM.
MEETINGS M< i.NDAY. \V EDNKSD AY. FRIDAY. ,
S p.m sharp; a message to ea-h: dali rea 1inz*.
Mr?. .7 E. MALTBY. SOT Mt. Vernon pi.
ii.w., ha- k of Carnegie Library. Phone M. 3706.
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LUBRICATK
ArriiALb TU
High engine speed de
pressure to all \vorkiri
the thrust side of the
stroke. Oil fed to tl
in proportion to the
The Packard force fe
vides fully and depen
rication under every
This means long life to
velvety, silent operati
THE LUTTRE
Sale-room: Dunont Cir
Telephone 1
Service Station: 121'
Telephone
LINCOLN H1CHVA
i Qs4sk the man
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STREET NAME PLAN I:
IS NOT FOUND GOOD
District Engineer Officials
Criticise Suggestion of
W. X. Stevens.
CHIEF CLERK GARGES
DFFFWDS PRFRFMT CYQTFM
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Scheme to Indicate Relative Lo- J
cality by Name Not to Be i
Taken Up. f
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Distfi-t engineer department officials | ^
who have been examining the merits of r
a now street nomenclature system, pro- J
posed by \v. X. Stevens, have reached *
the conclusion that the plan does not ^
offer advantages over the existing sys- r
tem. c
On the ground that the present method .
of calling east and west streets by letters ^
and proper names tends to confusion. Mr t
Stevens recently suggested that every t
street lying east and west be called an ,
avenue and numbered. In addition, the 'x
plan provides that the fifteen streets now
lying cast and west shall remain un- c
changed, both as to titles and numbers. P
and that the seven avenues lying nearest 1
north and south shall retain their present
titles, but be called streets in harmony 3
with the streets nearest parallel to them. 1
The scheme, in brief, is to have every s
street name relative to some well known i
center.
Present System Defended.
Defending the present street nomcn- '
clature system. Daniel E. Garges. chief 5
clerk of the engineer department, yes- ^
terday said: t>
"The method of naming streets in the j c
ity of Washington was adopted '.n ;s
L7V1 by the commissioners who had ! e
' barge of laying out the city. They in- j
formed Maj. I/Enfant, who planned
the city, of their action in that respect, '
as follows: j j.
" *Wc have also agreed that the streets!
be named alphabetically one way. and j,
numerically the other, the former to he
divided into north and south, and the
latter into east and west numbers from
the Capitol.'
".\Iaj. L/Enfaut adopted this street 0
naming in making his map of the city,
and the diagonal highways on the map s
were named after the ;tates of the
Union.
"Outside of the original limits of the
city, and before the adoption of the
highway extension plain in 1904. no
systematic naming of streets was in
force, but by an art of Congress passed
in 1904 the Commissioners were au- \
thorized to change the names of exist- a
ing streets and to name new streets ac- A
cording to the highway plan. j;
Florida Avenue Then Boundary. !)
"The Commissioners, after carefully
considering ell suggested systems, I
finally decided that the best system to b
be adopted was one which would ex- p
tend the numbered north and south jf*
streets of the city into the country front ;
the present city boundary to the Dis- .1.
trict line, and to extend the alphabetical K
system on east and west streets pre- jJ
vailing within the city to the District y
line outside of the city by using the \\
following method, namely: Florida ave- \
nue was the boundary to the old city N
of Washingtob on the north. Streets N
running east and west which stopped
at the boundary were continued be- *,
yond the boundary. These run to the j,
letter *\V.' Beginning at that noint the p,
ilphabetieal system is used, with names s.>f
two syllables, which system is con- Si
inued northwardly, using the letters of s
the alphabet consecutively until extausted,
when names of three syllables, y
alphabetically arranged, are used until
the District line is reached. Highways v
which do not run parallel to the let- \>
tered or numbered streets are given'
u..- ucoihiittuoii oi avenues or roads.
This in general is the system that has
been adopted for that part of the District
of Columbia lying north, northwest
and southeast and northeast of 1
the city of Washington, and in these
sections lias been formally adopted by
recording a map in the office of the
surveyor.
No Authority to Change. v
v
I he plan of Mr. Stevens does not ap- j
pear to be any improvement over the ex- ^
isting system. There are certain minor s
streets within the old city limits similar j a
to the one he suggests. Wiltberger street. 1
which are not in accordance with the sys- ! ,
Lent of names adopted by the Com mis- I '
doners. These names were applied to such
streets, however, before the system I *
was adopted, and the Commissioners have j u
no authority to change such names unless '
within the District there are two or more!
streets bearing the same name. Under (
the adopted system Wiltberger street, as '
it lies between 6th and 7th streets, should i
properly be called 6th place, as place or : f
minor streets between major streets, un- ; ;
tier the system, arc supposed to bear the ; .*
designation place and to bear the number i
of the lowest numbered of the two streets j between
wliieh they are situated, if such 1
a minor or place street is situated be- ! 1
twoen A and 11 street it would receive a j designation
of a place street with a name ; "
beginning with the letter A. To change j
the name of highways now designated as ^
streets, to avenues, and thus place them ?
on the plane with the broad diagonal 'd
highways now designated as avenues ?
would tend to belittle the designation 5
2**^ 48" I?
)N SYSTEM
MECHANICS
mands oil fed under
ig bearings, including
piston on the power
tie pistons should be
power requirements.
ed oiling system prodably
for proper lubcondition
of service.
the engines?smooth,
on after years of use.
LL COMPANY j
cle, Washington, D. C. i \
North 1619 <
* N. H. Ave., N. W. 4
West 985 j
Y CONTRIBUTOR }
who owns on&
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avenue* as adopted by the founders of the
L-ity.
"If there are streets in the city having:
seven or ten different names in their
ength. as has been suggested, this situation
could be corrected, but no such situa
WEATHER. :
Unsettled and Probably Rain Today
and Monday: Moderate Winds.
For the District of Columbia and Maryarid?Overcast
weather and probably rain
odav and Monday; moderate brisk east !
vinds.
Overcast weather prevails over nearly! j
lii parts of tlie United States with rains ; .
vithin the last twenty-four hours in the;
niddle Atlantic and New Cngland states, j '
lie region of the great lakes, the gulf I
states, the great centra! valleys and on :
he Pacific- slope. Two storms of im- ,
lortance were charted on the weather map J
?f Saturday evening, one over the south- .
un plains states and the other on the
lorth Pacific coast. i 1
Temperatures have fallen considerably j t
n tl:o Atlantic states north of Virginia, i ,
ind they remain high throughout the! .
on111 Atlantic and gulf states, the lower! '
}hio and middle Mississippi valleys and 1
he southern plains states. I ?
The indications are that the weather;?
vi 1! continue unsettled with rains Sun-;?
lay and Monday over much of the conn- j t
ry cast of the Rocky mountains, while I
?ver the Rocky mountain and plateau re- i
;ions fair weather Sunday will probably j <
?e followed by unsettled weather and I ?
ains over the northern portions of these j |
listriets Monday.
The temperature will be lower Sunday j *
n North Carolina and Virginia, and Mon- j t
lay :n the middle Mississippi valley and g
he. southern plains states. The tempera- c
ure will rise Monday in the northwest. t
Storm warnings are displayed on the j
Atlantic coast from Nantucket to Dela- ?
rare breakwater. r
The winds along the north Atlantic r
oasf will be brisk northeast and east, j c
robably high over south portion; on 1:
lie middle Atlantic coast brisk arid prob- n
ibly high east; on the south Atlantic J
nd east gulf coasts light variable; on I
he west gulf coast moderate to brisk j
outh; on Rake Michigan brisk east.%. ;
Yesterday's Temperatures. ; a
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Midnight. 04; 2 a.in.. 60; 4 a.m.. ; ??; *? ?
in.. 77: s a.m., 78; in a.m.. 02; 12 noon. r
O; 2 p.m.. <51); 4 p.m.. HO; H p.m.. 07: S
>.m.. 41); 10 p.m.. 42; highest. 70. 1
Relative humidity?S a.m.. 02; 2 p.m.. i
2: S .p.m., *2. Rainfall (S p.m. to s p.m.). t
.17. Flours of sunshine, 3.8. Per cent t
>f possible sunshine. 30. Temperature
ame date last year?Highest. 40: low- :
sr. .'to. ! *
Tide Tables. i j
Today?Row tide. 3:70 a.m. and 4 :2b j i
.m.: high tide. 0:43 a.m. and H?:10 a.m. 1
Tomorrow? t,ow tide. 4:23 a.m. and r?:<>:> j
.in.; high tide. 10:10 a.m. and .10:47 p.m. ; '
The Sun and Moon.
Today?Sun rose. 7:72 a.m.: sun sets. '
:20 p.m. t
Tomorow-Sun rises, 7:71 a.m.; sun f
ets. 0:20 p.m. ?
Moon sets 0:20 p.m. j *
Temperatures in Various Cities. ' 1
t
Precip- s
Max. Min. itation. t
Sat- I'ri. Sat.. S p.m.t > '|
unlay, night. S p.m. S p.m. \
sh#?viIU?. V C To 72 04 ... f
tlanta. (hi 70 58 04 0.40
tIan11< City. N. J.... 4* 42 ;js 007 | J
i>marck. N. I? 2?5 22 2) n.o2 I
instnn. .Mass as gs ::4 1.22 k
iifTjil??. v v 40 ;u o.4o t
hfcago. Ill ii .54 44 <>. !;> ]
iifimiati, Ohio 00 44 70 O.oO ?
boyonm*. Uyo 5n 2s 3S
avenport. Iowa To ;;s To (M57
'rnvcr. Col r?s ;t?; r,i? ....
s Moines. Iowa .... 70 40 72 o.It )
ninth. .Minn. ........ :io 2(5 2o 0.10
alveston. Tex 72 02 01 ....
lel^no. Mont -is 20 4(5 O.ni
:ulianapolls, Ind 7s 42 50 o.oi I
aeksonville. Fla 7s 02 7" '
iansas City. Mo 72 52 15(5 <> 0; I
ittlo Hock. Ark 72 02 00 O.r.7 j
larquette, Mich )< 21 70 O.t'2
lemphis. Tonn 70 60 ?;<; ?
cw Orleans, I<m so 02 71 .... \
ew York. X. Y .72 50 .78 0.7.8
orth Platte. N?-b IS 74 .74 0.0s r
nialia. Neb 00 42 .72 0.81 (j
biladelphia. Pa 6?> .70 40 0.16 ..
illsbursjh. Pn .70 .74 is o.4? 11
art land. Me 12 .70 .70 C
urtland. Ore .78 42 48 <M?2 ,
tit Lake City. I'lali.. .74 .71 is 0.00 *
r. IX)tils. .Mo 7?? .70 02 .... r<
i. Paul. Minn 40 .78 O.lo .
in FraniibfO. Cal.... .78 40 .74 o.cl '
irinirtii-ld. Ill 7" 42 02 0.04 I
a in pa. Fla 84 04 72 .... *
ulcdo. * ?hl?? 40 70 40 O.Ol
irksburj:. Miss so ?iO 70 1 .'.'2 f.'ASHIXGTON,
I>. C.. 70 50 41) 0.1-7 f.
CASE FOR POLICE COURT. : Javid
Steinberg Accused of Passing j
a Forged Check.
David Steinberg, twenty years old.
whose home is at G08 I1-.- street southwest,
will be arraigned in Police Court
omorrow to answer a charge of having
iassed a forged check for $29 at the
tore of Harnett Cohen. 022 Pennsylvania ;
.venue northwest. i *
The young man resisted arrest, the j
jolice state, and during the exciting _
cene that was enacted a dog attacked ~
oli'ceman Downs. Steinberg was locked
ip at the fourth precinct police station.
J. F. Nesbitt Talks "Yellow Peril.'*
"The Yellow Peril" was the subject
>f an address delivered by Charles F.
Nesbitt. superintendent of insurance,
ofore tiie George Washington T'niverity
Society for the Study of Socialism,
n the Arts and Sciences building, last
light.
\ Only One Left
{ Open, Lighted and 11
\ No. 1623 Irv
t (Just west o
I/? '/$(* ' ^ , C*"*l ''' - '
gr;
I' a 'wmmmtk
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B3KSB H
a Lot 17x190
5 Six big rooms; beautiitil
* electric and gas lights.
? To inspect take any F streei
\ get off at Irving street, walk we
2 Phone for our free auto ser
! jat&m.
{S 1314 F ST. N.W. or ytli
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DANISH SENATE FAILS !
TO RAM PEACE PACT
U. S. State Department Officials Sur-'
prised. But Make No
Comment.
COPENHAGEN. Denmark. Mare 11 2S.-The
Danish seriate today failed to
atify tlie new obligatory arbitration
reatv with the T'nited States. The old
reaty expires tomorrow.
Action Causes Surprise.
The refusal of the Danish senate to
ipprove the Danish-American arbitra:ion
treaty greatly surprised State Department
officials, although 110 cnmnent
was forthcoming: in advance of
!ofmal notice of the action. That the
reaty might be rejected by the I'nited
States Senate because of the consistent
attitude of the Senate against
til general arbitration treaties. >r
hose which did not expressly except
'roni compulsory arbitration questions
nvolving the national honors, matters
>f state legislation and affecting the
donroe doctrine, had been deemed a
possibility.
Secretary Bryan recently addressed
he Senate committee on foreign relaions
in support of this treaty. While
tome objections developed among the
rommittee members on the ground
hat the interests of the I'nited States
n the West indies were not properly
ruarded. it was believed that these
ould be overcome by slight amendnent
and that the Senate could be inluced
to accept the principle of ununited
arbitration to which it had formerly
objected.
Made at Request of Denmark.
The action of the Danish senate was
i genuine surprise, for the reason that,
is stated on the authority of Secretary j
Sryan himself, this treaty was made]
it the request of tlie government of
)enmark. which had made a similar
reaty with Italy. Secretary Bryan
*ealized that while it might not be
imely to enter into such treaty rela- J
ions with the great powers, there was !
very reason why the I'nited States !
ihouid test unlimited arbitrations with
ill of the smaller nations. He felt
hat this gave an easy approach to the]
iltimate settlement <>i' all international j
lisputes by arbitration.
The Danish proposal was accepted. !
herefore. and tlie plan of .general j
irbitration ingrafted upon one of the I
eace commission treaties, nine of which 1
lad previously been negotiated. In the j
Danish treaty it was proposed that if
he international commission provided
or to examine into the merits of disputes
between the principals should fail
o reach a direct adjustment within one
'ear. or if within that period the comnissioners
should concur in the opinion
h;rt such an adjustment was impesible.
the dispute should be referred to
he permanent court of arbitration at ,
"he Hague. The treaty was signed in
Vashington February 5, 1914.. and has
ormed the base of several other proeeted
treaties. Hence it becomes im ortant
for the State Department to
mow precisely the reason for the aoion
of the Danish senate, as it may
?e necessary to amend some of the
tendinir eonvent.ions to insure their aeeptability.
ARGUERS CLUB ENTERTAINS.
"ifth Annual Banquet Held at Hotel
Sterling Last Night.
Impersonations of President Wilson,
eeretary Bryan, Speaker Clark, Gen.
'ilia, Victoriano Huerta, "Butch" >1c)evitt
and other national and internaional
characters were features of the
fth annual banquet of the Arguers
"lub, at Hotel Sterling. last night.
- vaudeville performance which included i
ecitatlons. piano and violin selections j
nd vocal numbers was contributed by
)ennis E. Connell, president of the club;
irthur MdCreight. Edson Browne. Paul
lines, Charles Osbournc, Charles Schoenman,
George Skilton and others.
The committee in clj^rge of the banTell
Us Your Little
Tooth Troubles
WITHOIT FEAR OF
BEING HI RT Wl)
EMBARRASSED \< ITH
A BIG DENT A I. Ill El..
)RS. PATTON & LEONARD,;
SI 10 V STREET N.W. MAIN J577. j
rIRandle Highlands!
A A CAPITOL OF U.S.
j| A "' M?USS
WATCH FOR A CITY, ;
RANDLE HIGHLANDS.
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Inspect Today |
eatcd Until 9 P.M. ^
ing SLN.W. fl
f 16th st.) ^
to alley. ^
tile bath; hot-water heat; 5
t car marked Mount Pleasant, 5
st 100 ieet to house. *
mifeitiGtii
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hquet was composed of Walter D. Fealv,
[chairman: James W. Burdette, and John
! Victory.
The special guests of the club were:
Charles N. Fisher. Robert E. I?ng, Wilbur
E. Fookes. Richard E. Price. Julius
A. Kaiser. Thomas A. Gray. William A.
Walsh and R. A. Ralph
Others present were John Waters.
John Victory, John O. Allen. Albert
Kearney. Paul Croarkin. James W. Burdette.
Kdson Browne. Dennis E. Oonnell,
Peter Espey, Walter D. Fealy. Paul A.
Mines. Jack Daly, Arthur McCreight.
John McGraw. I>an Nee, Charles Osbourne.
James Quinn. Charles Schoeneman.
George J. Schoeneman. George
Skilton. James Woods. Charles G. Williams.
and Thomas Jefferson Thompson.
FORTY EASTERN CADETS
PLAN EASTERTIDE CAMP
They Seek Permission to Spend Four
Days in Virginia During
Coming Holidays.
Forty members of Company F. Kastern
High School Cadets, plan to go into camp
fo rfour or live days during: the Faster
I holidays. Permission has not yet been
received from the school authorities for
the encampment. The boys feel certain
It will be forthcoming.
Supt. Ernest E. Thurston is known to
be in favor of extending the work* of
the high school cadet organization. One
of the features in particular which he
favors is an annual encampment by boys
who desire to take part and whose parents
are willing. He is. however, willing
for this to be done only under proper
supervision.
Supt. Thurston also favors an officers'
school and a change of work each year,
so that a hoy who enters the cadets
in his first year in high school and remains
throughout the four years may
learn something new instead of repeating
the same tactics year after year. As
one feature of this, extension, open order
has been taken up.this term for the first
time in several years.
The ramp which the Eastern boys plan,
if permission is granted, is to he pitched
in Virginia and will be conducted in a
military manner. Each morning is to be
devoted to drilling, inspections, reviews
! and the like. In the afternoon the young
; soldiers are to be free to do as they
i wish.
J. N. QUINN GIVES TALK.
Ulster Irishman Addresses Federation
of Patriotic Societies.
John X. Quinn. an Ulster Irishman, adih'PQcod
tho hi-mnntVih- m#?otinc?- of tliP
American Federation of Patriotic Societies
at tbe Pythian Temple last night
on "Freedom: Its Author. Friends, and
Foes." Mr. Quinn asserted that Jesus
Christ is the author of freedom.' In another
portion of his address he said that
of the two names signed to the first draft
of the Declaration of Independence, one,
John Hancock, was that of an American,
and the other. Charles Thompson, was
that of an Ulster Irishman.
"Current Events" was discussed by
A. J. .S. Hourdeau, and Mrs. C. B. White
gave a recitation.
The meeting was presided over by Oscar
Xauck.
f A"Star
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J Free! Free!
1$ To EVERY CUSTOMEJ
? during this sale we will give
y i box of Kodol Dyspepsi
? Tablets and i box of DeWitt'
? Kidney and Bladder Pills.
| Free!' Free!
j One 1
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D? D i
j uy I\C4UC?I
\ Guaranteed
/ \en 1 ork Klaatie 7Q- .4111]
J Ttumm ' v liin**
^ *4.r.O Crewent Spring for k
^ 'I'riiMM. rovrrpil with a line Mumm<
i quality of grny a belt
1 leather; very du- OA spring
/. rn hie ^,7U *4.."WJ
2 J$."?.00 Double Hard Huh- domln
^ b e r TruNN; Intent Will
J patent; in all O CA for j?
jj alxea i,r|nK,
^ 9IO.OO Dr. Pieree'a Double KIj.\
2 TruNM; the only tru*? that Thrr
2 lioldM nn obstinate nip- InycM, ?
X ture without nn under- mater
2 strap; with the type <
2 *?drop-rln?" a d- frC QO Mable
juMtment ?P*/?70 awolle
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ALPHA BETA CHAPTER DINES. !
Sigma Tau Sigma Fraters Enjoy;
Continental Hotel Fare.
j Alpha Beta Chapter of the Sigma Tau
Sigma fraternity held a banquet at the
Continental Hotel last evening. William
[G. Moore, was toastmaster. The speakers
J included David Gibbon. Francis Crow.
| Lawrence Hurley. Leon Fessenden. ConI
rad C. Kinyun. and William B Deuter
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lints (of "This Star") to
man. The committee on arrangements
consisted of Mr. Deuterman. chairman:
Herbert Balkam. Mr. Hurley and Mr.
Crow.
In addition to those already named there
were present John Rudy. Ralph Stoddard.
P. Meddly, Arthur Hahn. Bernard Dick- j
man. Hal Hugins, Paul Van Overmeer, 1
Charles Thour. Raymond Nelson. Henry
Holzbeierlein. George Main. Raymond
Koler. William Xitchner and Walter
Rath bone.
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All Points. Just Phone
Clerk Charged With Embezzlement.
John B. Harris, tw enty-nine years old.
employed as chief clerk in a tire store on
14th street northwest, was arrested yesterday
afternon by Detectives Howlett
and Vermillion, and charged with the embezzlement
of *130. Frederick C. Craig,
auditor for the tire firm, swore out the
warrant. Harris, who gave his address
as 1411 14th street, denied the charge He
furnished bond for appearance in Polite
Court tomorrow .
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15c Hnnke'x Hat Bleach; ^
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lb 4
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lb Jg
Pills $
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