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Women V omen Tell of Projects for forWhich forWhich forWhich
Which They Will WillSave WillSave WillSave
Save SaveONE SaveONE SaveONE
FIRST TRAIN RIDE RIDEX RIDEGrandmother RIDEGrandmother RIDEGrandmother
Grandmother to Divert Girls GirlsMoney GirlsMoney GirlsMoney
Money From Candy Candyto
to Savings SavingsBy
When a woman has made up her hermind hermind hermind
mind very VCI definitely del uftely what she wants wantsmost wantsmost wantsmost
most In the world and has determined determinedto
to got it the thing is I going to happen happensome bftppenaome happensome
some day And many things are going goingto
to happen as a result of the distribution distributionto di trlbuUon trlbuUonto
to women this morning by The Times Timesof
of pocket banks and checks checksFor checksFor checksFor
For Instance one woman Is 1 certainly certainlycoing certainlygoing certalnlygoing
going to take a trip next summer summerWhat summer111at summerWhat
What 111at do I want ant most in the world worldeho world13h6 worldnho
eho repeated when the question was wasBasked w wasked wasasked
asked her Why 111 I dont dot have any anytrouble an antrouble anytrouble
trouble telling you Its a trip Do you youknow you4tnow OU OU1m
know 1m ow Ive been b en married nftfcen ftrt years yearsand yearsland rearsand
and I never have ridden on a train traince traincesince once onceince oncel
since l ince I married Of course it would be befine bene beone
fine ne to save up and buy pretty things thingsfor thingsttor thingsfor
for my little old houae bo housesay say y a piano or orin ora ora
in a Bet of dining room furniture but Im ImJust Imdust Imdust
dust that hungry to go traveling that thatas thtas thatas
as soon as I get some money mone sa sivd sivdIm d dJm
Im going to buy a railroad ticket ticket3ar UcketBsk ticketBak
3ar Bsk k for Granddaughter GranddaughterAmong f fAmong IAmrS
Among thoee standing in line was a atomely aCOmel acomely
comely COmel woman with silvery hair Her Herjface Herlface Herrace
race was finely rtnel seamed a with wrinkles wrinklesibit wrlnklM11nt wrinklesbit
bit Just the same there was an air of ofytmthfulness otouthfulnes ofyouthfulness
youthfulness outhfulnes about her that would have haveimade havehnade
made Impossible the suspicion that she shelie sheG shean I
lie G a greatgrandmother greatgrandmotherThe
The bank Im going to draw she shefwas abeVas sheisms
isms Vas gayly t ly explaining to h her r neighbor neighborIn
In line is to start at once on a long longjourney long1ourne longtourney
journey 1ourne I intend to send end It to my little littlepranddaushter IItUegranddaushterI lItUegranddaughterI
pranddaushter I mean my little great greatgranddaughter greatlTanddaughterway greatgranddaughterway
lTanddaughterway granddaughter way out In the Philip Philippines PhUlpI11nes PhilipDines ¬
pines Her name Is Mary Bronson de deJa de1a
Ja 11 Vare I wish wl h you OU could see ee her shes shesn abesear
n dear dearSo dearSo ear earSo
So this Is how It oomes about that thatamong thatRmong thatamong
among the depositors in the Fourteenth FourteenthStreet Fourt FourteenthStreet nth nthStreot
Street Savings Bank there will be a alittle alIttle alittle
little girl who has never even seen the thecity thecity thecity
city of or o Wiirhlngton hlngton and knows the chil children chllJr children ¬
dren < Jr n of the Philippines better than she shebows sheitnows
bows those tho e of America AmericaWUl AmericaWill AmericaWill
Will Start Church Fund FundAnother FundAnother FundAnother
Another bank given out is to contain containthe containthe
the nucleus of a building fund for the theproposed theproposed theproposed I
proposed St Agnes Chapel which members mem members ¬
1 bers > ers of the Episcopal Episc pal denomination intend in intend ¬
tend to erect at Fourth street and Jew JewYork NewYork lewYork
York avenue avenueDont avenueDont avenueDont
Dont you think The Times ought to tofeel toSeel
feel very proud of being beln the means of ofstarting oCstartlnJ ofstarting I
starting a fund for a new church 1 was wasasked wallasked wasasked
asked by the e woman who drew the bank bankfor bankjor bankfor
for St Agnes A 11les Chapel Chapellira Chapelrs ChapelMrs
lira rs Martha Sullivan of 390 > > 0 0 streetwho street streetwho atreetWho
who has twelve grand children all allSulllvans allSu1Uvans allSulllvans
Sulllvans as she proudly explains explainsdrew explalndrew explainsdrew
drew out j s bank check for her thirteen thirteenTearold thlrteenIIarold thirteenyearold
IIarold Tearold granddaughter Catherine CatherineXow Catherine16OW
16OW how Xow Catherine It seems has ha a habit habitwhich habltwhich habitwhich
which muiy other little girls also h have h8veIn haveIn ve veIn
In fact It Is a habit to which little littlegirls Jlttlegirls littlegirls
girls as especially prone proneShe proneShe proneShe
She spends all hr money for candy candypays candyas candysays
pays as her grandmother Sullivan So
Catherlno Sullivan is going to reform reformand reformand reformand
and the pin money mone whlct has been go going going going ¬
ing for candy will now flrd ftr d Its way into intothe Intothe intothe
the opening of the little savings bank bankwhich bankwhich
which hfch her grandmother took home to to2ier
her today todayThe todayThe
The long lon line of waiting oaltinJ women each eACholdln I
holding oldln her place tenaciously was al alfnost almost a1lnost
most disorganized dlsor anized by b the late arrival arrivalpf
pf p two quaint little Chinese Chln girls 1drl whom whomevery whomevery
every woman stepped out ut of oflilWl line to take takeJVIoye takeep takepeep I
n peep ep at t They ee Mantle and Katie Katiejloe KatieVloye
JVIoye and they were going to save their theirmoney theirmoney theirInoney
money they said until they were weregrownup weregrownup wereTownup
grownup Chinese Chi e and nd could invest in a aunous
famous ttese unous restaurant with a sign 1d in Chi Chinese ¬
nese nE8e hanging outside outsideKnew outsideKnew outsideKnew
Knew Her Wants WantsMamie WantsIamle WantsMamie
Mamie Fox who came with her hatnother herpiother herp
p piother other had no trouble in telling telHn what whatpho whatrho
pho will do after she has saved money moneyIf I
If you ou only knew how I want a apiano aplano apiano
piano so I can learn to play she said saidwistfully j
wistfully Do you think if I save un until until
til I am a big girl I will m have money moneyenough moneyoenough moneyenough 1
enough to buy one oneA oneA oneA
A little boy whose who e mother came for forp forpo forIt
p bank and check sent the following followingpotc
vote potcDear te teDear
Dear Washington Times Please PJ 8Se give givey
hiy y mamma a bank 0 and check for me mehave mehave
ty fe have been away from school since sinceFebruary sinceFebruary
February bruary 1 1and and I cannot stay home homefciny bornepny homepny
pny more Your loving friend friendAnd friendAnd rlendAnd
And this is not all After hundreds hundredshart hundredsbact hundredsjlad
hart received th their lr banks and checks checksland checksRnd checkssand
land the long line had wedged its way wayn
In n The Times building and out agar agarpn aganpnc 3 < < D Dpnp
pnc pn of the White Wt House officers J D DliHauze
liHauze called with apologies for not notihavlng
having been able to come earlier S Sorlth an anjtltb a4 a4tnith
jtltb orlth a request for a bank and check checkas H Hjvras I Itwas
jvras as given hen one > and a savings fund will willpe willbegun 111 111begun
pe begun in his little sons name nameY
r rGrandmother
Grandmother of Twelve WhO IsGoing Is Going to Teach Little Girl How to Save
Pageants Portraying His Historical Historical Historical ¬
torical Events Will WillBe WillBe WillBe
Be Feature FeatureWashington FeatureWashington
I Iwuhl
I Ithe
Washington wuhl on is preparing to celebrate celebratethe celebratethe
the most mo t glorious Fourth in h Its history historyPlansfor historyPlans historyPlans
Plansfor Plans for the forthcoming event were werediscussed wered werediscussed
d discussed Mu eed at a meeting of the joint jointcommittee jointcommittee
committee of the Board of Trade and andChamber andChamber andChamber
Chamber of Commerce on the safe saf and andsane andsane andsane
sane celebration of the Fourth of July JulyJin JulyJln rulrJln
Jln the office of Commissioner Comml 6loner Rudolph Rudolphthis RudolJhthJ Rudolphthis
this thJ afternoon afternoonA
A PanAmerican pageant will be the theprincipal theprincipal theprincipal
principal feature providing the cooper cooperation coo cooperation r ralIon ¬
ation of the other republics of Northand North Northand Northand
and South America can be obtained obtainedThe obtainedTh obtainedThe
The Th plans proposed include a procession processionof
of beautifully decorated floats on which whichwill whichwUI whichwill
will be presented pre ented in costume eoenen soeneeerepresenting eoenenrepresenting oen9Hrepre
representing repre entlng the principal events ents in thhistory th thhtetory thbi8toly
history of the countries represented representedWater representeater representedWater
Water ater color sketches of the distinctive distinctivefeatures dI8t1nc distinctivefeatures ve vefeaturei
features the work of a Philadelphia Philadelphiaartist Philadelphiaart18t Philadelphiaartiat
artist were submitted to the committee committeetoday committeetoday committeetoday
today by Commissioner Rudolph RudolphSpeeches RudolphSpeeches RudolphSpeeches
Speeches to Be Made MadeA
A public meeting at which patriotic patrioticaddressee pAtrioticqdr patrioticaddresses
addresses addressee qdr 6llet will be made by prominent prominentmen
men band concerts and a display of ofnight ofnight ofnight
night and day fireworks will make up upthe upthe upthe
the remainder of the program programThe program1ho programThe
the sale and anduse anduse anduse
The regulation re < < uJaUol1 prohibiting
use of fireworks by oy individuals will be bestrictly bestrkUy bestrictly
strictly enforced So Impressed Is the then thenw thenew
with the thesuccess the8UCCe8S thesuccess
nw n w Board of Commissioners
success of last year that they will fol follow tolJow follow ¬
low strictly In the footsteps of their theirpredecessors theirpredeceaors theirpredecessors
predecessors In + he holding of a public publiccelebration publiccelebration publiccelebration
celebration None of the dealers d 8Jcrs In fire fireworks fireworks fireworks ¬
works attempted to evade the law last lastyear laStyear lastyear
year The citizens obeyed the regula regulations regulations regulations ¬
tions tionsmade literally and only ono arrest was wasmade wasltude
made of an Italian who could not read readEnglish readEnKUsh readEnglish
English and who fired off a pistol not notknowing notknOMJII of ofknowing
knowing that tle law prohibiting such suchan su suchan < h han
an act had been suspended suspendedNo
No Accidents Last Year YearThre YearThre YearThre
Thre were no fires and no accidents accidentsthe
the hospitals ho pttals reporting at the close of ofthe orthe ofthe
the day that not a single patient had
5 Days l ddreI Trial ie FREE FREESend
Send us your name and address Please and we w wrect will forward to you di direct dlrect ¬
rect from our factory free of All Expense this highgrade bi barade guaranteed guaranteedEmpire auaranteedEmpire guaranteedEmpire
Empire Collapsible Folding FoldingNo GoCart GoCartNo
No Down Payment Required RequiredIf
If nun rurn5 S to be thoroughly satisfactory sat1 tactot7 and ax axrepresented aarresente asr
represented rresente r resezd d keep it and send us us50c UII50c us50c
50c Weekly Weeklyuntil
until paid for otherwise otberwlsoreturn otberwlMtum Shown ShownBelow Shownreturn
return tum to us at our ex expens expen Below Belowas Belowpease
pens > as it
pensYou You Get the theWholesale theWholesale p f AQ SYr1Cn SYr1CnClosed itcars cars ear earSYr1Cn carsAnd s
Wholesale Factory FactoryPrice FactoryP Facto FactoPrice Closed
Price P ce
985 985And i JJF1 JJF1And
And our TwoYear TwoYearGuarantee Written WrittenGuarantee WrittenGuarantee
Guarantee GuaranteeFolded GuaranteeFoldec GuaranteeFoldei
Folded with one onemotion onetnoti4n C Cmotion
motion in less than thanonehalf thllAonehaIr thanonehalf
onehalf a j second secondweight secondwfght secondweight
weight 24 4 pounds poundsentirely poundsentlrely 1 1entirely
entirely iretalllc up upholstery uphol r rhestery
holstery hol tet7 green Em Emplr Empire Empire
plr pire lertVr In Liar pad padded paddedseat paddedseat < Jed f fseat
seat and back high highgrade highgrade II IIgrade
grade tn t rea 8 and ball ballbearing ballbearing W Wbeating
bearing wheels A Ahandsome AbandOD1 Ahandeom0
handsome appear appearance appearance aDDeatt
ance and nn firstclass firstclassarticle Ctrs Ctrsarticle t tclas tclasartlclo
article In every re rot respect X Xepect
epect spectCart epectCart
Cart t will be expressed to your Door DoorAll DoorAll DoorAll
All Charges Char es PREPAID PREPAIDDo
Do not class this cart with th the cheap and d Inferior makes sold s td In this market Wegunrant Weguarantee We Weguarantee
guarantee that this c Art rt cannot b be purchased at any store for less than 11700 17 00 The
EMPIRE Is the universally unlvers lly famous folding cart with an established reputation
As these carts will be shipped direct from our factory we will require from one oneweek oneweek onetveek
week to ten days to establish e abJl b delivery Orders rom dealers will not be accepted
No more than 008 OO orders will be tilled filledMall tilledMall tilledMall
Mall orders filled and freight frel ht charges char es allowed any where within 500 miles
Empire Furniture Furnit re Mfg Co
56 M 58 West West22d 22d St New York Yorkarest YorkL3rcest YorkLartest
L3rcest arest Makersof lIakersotFurnltureIn Furniture In The World WorldWiu WorldWMb WorldWash
Wash Wiu h Time 9 3r 3s 9
applied for treatment for Injuries due dueto dueto dueto
to explosives explosivesThe expl08iVe8The exploalvesThe
The number of such e eases a reported reportedon
on the preceding Fourth F Unl was 7 W
As was th tM oa case e last 1 year an It appeal appealwill appealwUl appealwill
will be made to the publtc for funds
The amount asked for last year was wa
too 2 but so sen generous neI0U8 rou8 was the respond respondof respon e eof
of citizens that the total exceeded
X2SOO X2SOOCommiflBtoner > tibtuCCommieioner MO
CommiflBtoner Rudolph succeeds XT
Macfarland a a7 > chairman of the Joint Jointcommittee jointcommittee jointcommittee
committee which 1 Is cofposed tpoeed of Henry
B F Macfarlfcnd Charles J Bell James
F Oyster y3tcr rerresentlnc the Chamber of
Commerce and William V Cox George
H Harries and Thom a f Noyes oyes rep
resenting the Board of Trade TradeFormal TnidTURKEY TradeTURKEY
Formal Announcement of ofZia ofZia ofZia
Zia Pashas Appoint Appointment Appointment Appointment ¬
ment Is Made MadeFormal MadeFormal
Formal announcement bas been re recelTed reccl7ed recei7ed
celTed at the State Department DepartJll nt yt the toappointment tfeeappointment theappointment
appointment of Zia Pasha as Turkish Turkishambassador Turlt18hambaasador Turkishambassador
ambassador to the United States StatesZia StatesZia StatesZia
Zia Pasha was one of the leading
spirits splrl 1 of the Youn Young Turk movement moveme
that resulted uJtod in the overthrow of Abdul
Hamtd He wag sent to Washington Washingtonr WUblA < < ton
last taU as special envoy to Inform the
President r of the accession of the new
Sultan SultanPrior SultanPrior SultanPrior
Prior to his entry into the diplomatic
service he served atJ > minister mlnl ter of the
imperial archives and Del public instruction
of the Ottoman government His most
recent diplomatic poet po t was that of am amambassador
ba88ador at Rome > He al also o served as 8
ambassador at t Vienna
LIVERPOOL March 9James A APatten APatten APatten
Patten who arlived UI ived ed In Liverpool yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday will return to the United States Statesby Statenby
by the Tauretanla > next Saturday There
Is ° a Arm belief in Liverpool cotton cir circles clrcles cirelse ¬
cles that he is arranging to engineer a adeal ad8aI adeal
deal in May cotton notwithstanding his
disclaimer di eJalmer of any an such intention intentionKING IntentionKING intentionKING
STOCKHOLM March iKlnl Klnc Gus Gtwtave Ou Outae Gustave
tave who recently underwent an opera operation operation 1eratlon ¬
tion for appendicitis has started for fo fothe
the Riviera to convalesce coma1e ce He will In break breakthe breakthe breakthe
the journey by staying a week In Sonata Scaniaand Scanlaand Sonataand
and will III then go to Karlsruhe where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the Queen Is staying The King had a agreat asrOllt agreat
great popular ovatUn at the station
Mothers and Grandrnpthers GrandrnpthersJostle GrandmQthersJostle Gran dm9thers dm9thersJostle
Jostle Side By Side SideWith SideWithLittle With WithLittle WithLittle
Little Ones OnesContinued OnesOmtinued OnesContinued
Continued from First Page Pagebefore Pagebefore ge gebetor
before I ever get a house of my own ownlaughingly ownlauShlnEly ownaughingiy
laughingly responded the sum sUm young younggirl younggirl ounl ounlslrl
girl who stood next her in line lineA lineA lineA
A grandmother declared her intention intentionof
of starting a saving fund for her grand grandson grandson grandson ¬
son who is still too young to appreciate appreciatethe
the blessings ble alng15 of a savings bank while whilemany whilemany whilemany
many women drew out a bank for some someInvalid someinvaJid someinvalid
Invalid friend or relative relativeLine relaUveLine relativeLine
Line Formed Early EarlyThe EarlyThe EarlyThe
The line began n forming at least an anhour anbour anhour
hour and a half before the time named namedfor namedtor namedfor
for the distribution of the banks There Therewas Tberewas Therewas
was no ill nature displayed dl playd no push pushIng pushIng pushing
Ing no crowding the bargain sale salespirit salespirit salespirit
spirit was entirely lacking ckinE Every wom woman woman woman ¬
an was satisfied satl fted that a a bank and check checkwere checkwere checkwere
were coming to her and all wore ere con content content content ¬
tent to laugh and chat with theirneighbors their theirneighbors theirneighbors
neighbors until their turns arrived arrivedAt arrivedAt arrivedAt
At the bank window a half dozen dozenclerks dozenclerks dozenclerks
clerks or more were straining every everynerve everynerve everynerve
nerve for two hours taking the name nameof JULm85oC namesof
of applicants and handing out banks banksWhen bankSWben banksWhen
When word was passed pas ed along the line linethat liDothat linethat
that the Fourteenth Street Savings SavingsBank S8dngsBank SavingsBank
Bank on which the checks are issued issuedis J au d dIs
is open from 9 in the morning until
9 IB the evening a number of women womenwere W womenwere > lft8ll lft8llwere
were heard to express expre ll their approval appro1 rnl of ofthis orthis ofthis
this plan One woman was heat heard d to todeclare t tdeclare todeclare
declare that she often saved ed h her r pennies penniesand P4mnlesand penniesand
and then spent them in sheer despera desperation desperatJon desperation ¬
tion because the bank Ok always alw closed closedbefore cIcMedbefore closedbefore
before sh she could get there To go godinner gohome gohome
home fron work In the afterndon ttefDdiJn have havedinner
dinner and an l th then n strollleisurely stroll troll leisurely downto down downto do doto
to the bank and deposit ones one savings savingsthey savmg1tthey savingsthey
they all agreed eed was indeed a luxury luxuryMany luxuryIrtany luxuryMany
Many Mail Requests Received ReceivedMeantime ReceivedMe ReceivedMeantime
Meantime Me ntlme letters keep pouring in from fromoutoftown fromoutottown fromoutoftown
outoftown readers asking fur banks banksThee baJlkLTheee banksThose
Thee readers are requested re4ue utM t d to trait traitpatiently waitpatiently = aJt aJtpatiently
patiently for their banks The Therush Therush Therush
rush of business bustn at The Times office officesince otftcesince ofileesince
since the distribution of banks began beganhas beb11has beganhas
has prevented tle immediate Ailing of ofmall o omafl ofmail
mall orders but these will m not be for fortrotten forgotten forgotten
Stomach Gas Indigestion IndigestionHeartburn IndigestionHeartburn IndigestionHeartburn
Heartburn and Headache Go
A little Diapepsin regulates regulatesbad regulatesbad regulatesbad
bad Stomachs in five fiveminutes fiveminutes fiveminuteS
minuteSEvery minutes minutesEvery minutesry
Every ry family here ought ou Rt to keep keepsome keepsome j jsome
some Diapepein Dlapep 1n in the house as any anyone anyone anyone
one of you may have hav an attack of In Indigestion Indl Indigestion ¬
dl digestion e5tlon or Stomach trouble at any anytHn anyUfne anythine
tHn Ufne day or night nightThis nightThis nightThis
This harmless preparation will digest digestanything digestnyth1n digestanything
anything nyth1n you eat and overcome a dis distressed dbtre distressed ¬
tressed tre ed outoforder stomach five min minute minutes minutes ¬
ute utes afterwards afterwardsIf
If your meals dont tempt you or orwhat orwhat orwhat
what little you do eat seems to fill you youor youor
or lays like a alump lump of lead in your yourstomach yourstomach our ourstomach
stomach or I If you have heartburn that thatin thatIR thats
in s a sign of Indigestion IndlgostionAsk
Ask your Pharmacist ftr f Jr a 50cont 50contcase JiOeentea b0centcase
case ea e of Papes Diapepsin and take i a
little Just as 8 soon as S you can There Therewill Therewill
will 111 be no sour risings rl btS8 no belching of ofundigested otundigested ofundigested
undigested food mixed with acid no nostomach nostomach nostomach
stomach gas or heartburn fullness or orheavy orb orheavy
b heavy vy feeling fe Uag in In the th stomach Nausea NauseaDebilitating NauseaDebilltatlng NauseaDebilitating
Debilitating Headaches Dizziness or orintestinal orlntefJUnal orintestinal
intestinal griping plnS This will all go and andbesides andbesldp j
besides there will be no sour food left leftover leftover leftover
over in n the stomach to poison = aeon l8on your yourbreath our w i ibreath
breath with nauseous odorsPapes odors odorsPapes odorsPapes
Papes Diapepsin is a certain cure curefor curefor curefor
for outoforder stomachs because itj itjprevent it H Hprevents i iprevents
prevents fermentation and takes hold holdof holdof j jof
of your food and digests it just the thesame thesame I
same as If your our stomach wasnt there thereRelief tLereReUet n nRelief
Relief in five minutes from all stem atomnob stcmach j jach
ach misery is at any drug rUI store wait1 wait1Ing waitIIn wait waiting
Ing In for you youThese youThese I
These large 50cent cases contain more morethan morethan i
than sufficient to cure almost tny tnychronic Taychronic y ycbronle
chronic case of Dyspepsia Dnpep la IndigaVJon IndigaVJonor
or any other Stomach trouble I
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9 Mens Me s and Womens WomensSpring s sSpring
2 50
Spring Shoes atv at atReally atReally
v Really Worth a Dollar More MoreStyled MoreI MoreStyled
I Styled right uptotheminute uptotheminuteEvery uptotheminuteEvery uptotheminuteEvery
Every Everyopair pair fits and holdsits holds its shape as well as thelJest ihebestj
350 shoes shoesTheir shoesTheir o oJ
Their genuine Goodyear Welted Soles Solesexcellent Solesexcellentteria1s Solesexcellentmaterials excellent excellentmaterials
materials teria1s and good workmanshipmake w them OUTWEAR OUTWEAIvTWO OUTWEARTWO OUTWEARiT1V0
For Women WomenEnglish omen omenEnglish
English OneEyelet Pumps Pumps Pumpswith Pumpswith Pumpswith
with Ankle Straps latest effects in inRibbon inRibbon inRibbon
Ribbon Ties with wing win or straight straighttips straightUps straighttips
tips also Spring Button Boots Bo in inall inleatherskid inall
all leathers leatherskid kid or cloth tops topsChoice topsChoice topsChoice
Choice of Over d T JJA
2 50
60 Snappy Styles tp eJ
Banking by mail is as easy e as sending sendinga sendingJetter
a letter All that Is necessary Deee Mry is to toprocure 10procure toprocure
procure a postorfice po61 po tatfice > aftce money order for at atleast atJea atleast
least Jea t 5t UM tSS This order should be made madepayable madeptLable madepayable
payable to the Fourteenth Street Sav Savings Sa SaInn Savings ¬
ings Bank This order and The Wash Washington Washington WashIngton ¬
ington Times check for fifty c cots cotsshould < hts htsshould ts tsshould
should then be inclosed in a letter and andforwarded andforwarded andforwarded
forwarded to the bank The Fourteenth FourteenthStreet FourteenthStreet FourteenthStreet
Street Savings Bank upon receipt r elpt o othe of ofthe ofthe
the letter will mail th the depositor tMlCM tor a ap aPAR apass
PAR p book showing IIho 1ng the amount of the thedeport thedepoMt thedeposit
deport depoMtIC t tIf
If the new depositor has an account In Ina InI Ina Ina I
a bank in the town where he or she sheIttve theItvf sheltvas
Ittve a check on that bank may be sent sentin sentin tntIn
in lieu of a money mon y order or an express cpessoMer expressorfler = pess pessort1er
orfler will be Just as good goodThe goodThe goodThe
The point of the matter is that a de deposit depost deposit ¬
posit can be made by a person living In Inanother Inanother doanother
another city BO to matter hew far distant distantjust distantjust distantjust
just as 8 easily one ly as it can be made by a aresident aresident aresident
resident of Washington WashingtonThese WuhlngtonThese WashingtonThese
These simple impl suggestions u eKIomI are made ma e for forthe forthe forthe
the benefit of hundreds who live outside outsideof
of the city aad want to become oJfte de depositors depositors des ¬
positors with the Fourteenth Street Sav SavInss Saylags ¬
lags Bank
r For or Men MenThe Men en enThe
The popular 2 and 3 eyelet Pumps Pumpsalso Pumpsalso Pumpsalso
also 4 or 5 eyelet e elet Blucher or Ox Oxford Oxford Oxford ¬
ford Ties Tiesand and very newest Hig HigShoes HigShoes HigShoes
Shoes Wing Shield or Straight StraightTips StraightTips StraightTips
Tips Patent Colt Tan or Black BlackCalf BlackCalf BlackCalf
Calf Vie Kid KidChoice KidChoice KidChoice
Choice of Over OverOSell i
40 Swell Styles
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All But Alfred C Cox Are AreAgain AreAgain AreAgain
Again Put onList on onList onList
List ListA
A reconstructed personnel persGn el for f r real President Pe ¬
dent Taft s otwtotM court was aoral aoralnated DOmInated nonulhated
nated today with Judge J ge R Robert ert 3L 3Llotgomery > L LMontgomery LIontgomry
Montgomery of Michigang Michigan as presiding pce tdlnJ tdlnJjUdge
jUdge judsreAll jUdgeAll judgeAll
All of the other
judges whose
names nameswere JNUIIe8were nameswere
were seat se t to the Senate by the President Presidentsome Prw Presidentsome t taome
some tlra Unto ago but withdrawn becausethe because becausethe HeauMthe
the salaries of the judges Jud = 88 were cut from fromieiioe
SW003 to 57M9 were renominated with withthe withtbe withthe
the exception of Judge TucI Alfred Al r cl C Coxwho Cox Cexwho Coxwho
who was named presiding
Judge In the
former nomination The President with
drevltlje drew the l names raes of the Jude judges m 1ft 1 a ordersalaries order
to obtain their views on the cut in the thethe
salaries before asking them to accept a ept
the Places AUbut AU but Cox was s satisfied atIdedt1th i
with the out The reomniaated r INMDtQ4 mom ¬
bers of o the court are areWilliam areWilliam areWilliam
William H Hunt Montana
James F Smith Smttt1 California
O M I Barber Vermont Vermont vermontMarlon
Marion de Vrtes VrtesSmith VneSmith VriesSmith
Smith and de Vrics are Domserats Demeeratsl
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Companies Want Protectors Raised RaisedSix RaisedSix RaisedSix
Six Inches About Abouttfie Abouttle Aboutthe
the Ground GroundAt
At a meeting of C the District Dl trlet Mec Mectric Blecule Eleetrie
tric Railway CommMo this after afternoon atterJMOR afterneon ¬
noon the question of pilots p eU t b H need needon aeedOft usedoa
on the Interurban dectrie el etrte cars will be bedecided bedecl bedecided
decided decidedThe decl decidedThe e4L e4LThe
The Washington Baltimore and aadAnnapolis andAnnapolis lid lidAn
Annapolis An poU el eMetrlc ctrie railway bas M offered offeredobjection ottereelobjection offeredobjection
objection to the order of the commis commission comalliion commisMon ¬
Mon ion directing the installation of ofpilots ofpilot ofpilots
pilots to bang within five inches of ofthe orthe ofthe
the roadbed The officialso e et > lctbo f this thisroad thSlsroad thisroad
road contei contend d that the grades along
the line are such as to make pilots > > lots
hanging hang a within five inches inch OL of the theroadbed theroadbed theroaeibed
roadbed impracticable lmpract lcab1a and ad have ask asked askedtbat lik likedtht ¬
ed edtht that they be permitted rmltted to hang
their pilots pllo l six Inches from the road roadnum ¬
bed bedA
A number num r or complaints from citizens citi citizens citizens ¬
zens regarding overcrowding flat flatwheels flatwheels flatwheels
wheels and n l late schedules also will willbe willbe
be conBld considered r rid < d by b the commission comm a lon
For the ne next = t fortnight t the troops o othe of ofthe ofthe
the District National Guard mill t be beceed1ngly exceedingly ex exceedingly ¬
ceedingly boer bu y with inspections nspectJ S Sannual fcbe Rbeannual fcbeannual
annual Inspection started en Monday YODdaynight Mondaynight Jfoadaynight
night and will continue thrtra tbnJttgboat faout thl thlweak this thisweek thisweek
week and next The ins inspecting officer officerIs
Is Maj Sampson L L Fateon Headquar Headquarters Headquarters ¬
ters and the Sooond Battalion of theSeoond the theSecond theSecond
Second Infantry have been Inspected iaapeetedXext 1D InspectedValuable pected pectedValuable
Valuable ValuableLaxative ValuableLaxative
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as wen as that of John Smith Moorhead MoorheadMb MoorbeadMice M00Ihe8dM
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