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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JASTUAliy 12, 1913.
IN PAGEANT, IS
Daughters of Congressmen
Among Those Working for
Success of Parade.
(Continued from First Papc)
much fun to permit such a trlfler as
Cunid to disrupt the organization, Miss
General Jones -asserts.
"Why do you know, we had the most
delightful time on our trip to Albany,"
she said with marked enthusiasm. "Ev
erybody -was perfectly lovely every
where we went, and we were enter
tained splendily in several places.
"Wherever we met a coasting party the
Boldiers would feet right into the fun
-.ana have a little coast for themselves.
.People came from miles to welcome us.
Our recruit? just entered into the fun
of-the whole thing. It was a serious
movement with a Jolly side."
General Jones admitted that she rea
lized the advertising and propagandist
features of the suffragette army.
"W rpflchpd the farmers and the mo
toriststwo classes that wou'd never,
come to a suffragette meeting in a nsji.
Tou know that nobody wants to sit
around a. couple of hours listening to a
dry discourse, but they will stop to
watch a band of women marchers and
tc listen to a street corner meeting."
General Jones' "marriageable army"
won't include many marchers at the
start, although a large delegation of
Sew "STork society women plan to assist
In the first, stage of the parade.
.But by the time it reaches Washing
ton the "marrlagpttes" will number sev
eral hundred. General Rosalie says
that the suffrage hosts pardon, host
esseswill flock to the standard of the
army at Trenton, Philadelphia, Wilm
ington, and Baltimore.
" Striking Army.
It will be a striking army that
blvouacks on the battlefield of the Po
tomac about March I, after a three
weeks" hike. Uniforms of the soldiers
will be long cloaks like the early Pil
grims vore, and in the suffragette
pageant these will be one of the best
General Jones today made the point
that her cohorts all in brown will be
real suffragettes, not suffragists. The
distinction she makes Is one originated
in Boston, where they say "a suffragist
Is a noman -with a wishbone, but a
suffiagette "is a woman with both a
wishbone and a backbone."
General Jones Is the advance guard
of the great marriagette army, so to
day she Is seeking to enlist the aid of
several prominent Baltimore women of
her personal acquaintance. Then will
proceed to Wilmington and Philadel
phia, after which she will take a little
rest before going Into the leadership of
the army again.
Miss Jeannette Rankin, of Micsoula,
Monl-, has accepted General Jones' In
vitation to be the speaker on the march
here. The speaking is one of the prin
ciple features of the hike, and on the
Albany invasion it succeeded In winning
-coiwerts. at -every country cross roads
andln nearly every church In the- towns
.along the route.
Already promises of a Virginia army
to Join the northern forces have been
The Great Sale of "Miss Bessie" Ruhenstein's Stock Continues
By Long Odds One of the Most Important Merchandising Events That Was Ever Your Good Fortune
to Attend. Broad in scope Greater in Value-Giving and Vastly More Interesting From Every
Point of View, Than Any Other Sale of Similar Character Ever Held In the City of Washington.
Divided Into 4 Lots and Priced as Follows:
Yahes up to $5 Yalnes up to $7 Values up to $8 Valies up to $15
$1.00 $.95 $2-95 $3.95
UNTRIMMED FELT HAI. for women, mlsst. and children, 0
In all colors. Sold up to $1.0. Our price uu
Velour Plush Tams
Three different and distinctive
models in black, navj, and kingx
blue, brown, and gray Sold
at SZ.V). Our cji oq
FUR TURBANS. Jaunty styles.
These are the new close-fitting
styles. The crowns are of silk
velvet In all colors, and brims
are of black fur. Wer (g- QQ
J.O0. Our price D.Oi7
Fancy Feathers, Wings, Etc., All Colors
Values up to $1 00 -I Q I Values up to J3.00
FRE-NCH CURL OSTRICH PLUMES; finest qualities, all
and combination. 12 to 1 Inches long. Rubinstein's price
$3.00 Our price . . ..
HAT TINS AND FAXrv ORN VMENTS, Ru- C tn aTWJ - n
bensteln's prices. 25c to J1.50. Our prices, each Ot) C J.OC
Every Coat and Suit in the Store at Radical Price Reductions
Rubenstein's Stock of Waists
Beautiful Models in Chiffon and Messa- fyf fQ
line. Actual $7.50 to $10.00 Models . . jP't.VO
Charming All-over Pleated Chiffon Waists; beautiful
styles in silk messaline; some with lace collars and
yokes; others in Robespierre effect; many models richly
embellished with embroidery and bead trimming; colors
include black, navy, brown, tan, white, etc.
$1.00 and $1.50
Strietly tailored, mannish
styles of pique, batiste,
madras, mohair, and ltnen
ctte; laundered or French
collars; open in front; all
The arm) of Gen. Rosalie Jones
in tlic suffragette pageant will
be dressed as Pilgrims, but one
feature of their attire, known as
"hiker-?," will he garments
which the Pilgrims would hare
looked at askance.
The make-op will be as follows:
Hikers A costume of brown, de
scribed as n cross between
bloomers and a sheath gown.
Cloaks Long brown cloaks, such
as the Pilgrims wore.
Knapsacks of brown to match cos
tumes. Long Pilgrim staffs.
Sandals of Pilgrim design and
obtained by General Jones as the re
sult of her isit to Mrs. Pauline Adams,
president of the suffragettes at Norfolk.
Wants Suffrage Here.
Miss Jones declared today that she
favors suffrage for the District. In
fact, while she gets time for lots of
fun in life, her primary view Is suffrage.
Plans for the tableaux feature of the
pageant are rapidly shaping. Mme. Xor-
dlca, it Is believed, will take the part of
Columbia, the central figure In the
spectacle at the Treasury steps. Mrs.
Otis Skinner, Mrs. Florence Flemming
also take prominent parts, it is thought.
Besides Columbia, there will be the al
legorical flfures Justice, Liberty. Chari
ty, Peace, and Hope, representing the
principles for which women have always
stood. Many children will participate as
followers of these virtues.
The matter of accommodations for
the suffragettes Is giving the leaders
pause. Miss Jones today wrinkled her
brow while she pondered over the
question of housing her soldiers. She
doesn't want them to literally b'.vou
ack along the Potomac where every
thing is proverbially quiet, yet she
may resort to this plan. She finds
that hotels in the center of the city
are already booked for inaugural week
to capacity business, but she is In
hopes that some of the family hotels
a half mile out will be able to ac
commodate her soldiers.
To "Get Together"
Congressman Julius Kahn of Cali
fornia. District Commissioner Cuno H.
Rudolph, Harry Franc, and possibly
Senator Stvanson. will be among the
speakers at the second "get-together"
banquet of the Retail Merchants' As
sociation, at the Raleigh Hotel, next
Fridaj night, January 17. Discussion
of subjects relating to the progress of
the District and to the Improvement cf
business conditions cere -ulll be the
feature of the meeting.
This will be the second "get-togethir"
affair held within a few months, and
already the request for seats indicates
that the attendance will be larger
than at any similar event ever con
ducted by the organization.
Ross P. Ardrews Is chalrnran of the
banquet committee, and he Is assisted
by Isaac; Sana and Sidney West. .The
toastmasterfor the evening will be
Roe Fulkerson. A number of surprises
In the way of entertainment are prom
ised by the committee.
UNTRIMMEI) HATS, of Aus
trian velour. silk velvet, F-encn
felt and beaver, black and all
colors Included In this as
sortment. Sold up to $3.00. HQn
Our price JUC
EXTRA FIXE IMPORTED UN
TRIMMED HATS, of hattrv and
erect pile plush; also genuine lilk
velvet In black. whlt. various
colors and combinations.
Sold up to $10 00. Our (J- QQ
Waists worth m lq
up to $4 each at JJ) . JJq
Beautiful new models of
taffeta, ) messaline, brocade,
and net. High neck or Robe
spierre effect. Black, brown,
Worth hp to $15,
SAYS TURKEY TROT
IS ALL RIGHT IF
Mrs. Storrow, Boston Society
Leader, Gives Directions to
Prove Her Claim.
BOSTON. Jan. 12. As the climax of
the "turkey trot war" which is rag
ing In Boston society at present, with
the ounger members persisting in
dancing It, and the older ones refus
ing to rema'n at any function where
It la permitted, comes the statement
today from Mrs. James J. Storrow,
perhaps the most prominent society
leader and social worker In the city,
to the effect that the turkey trot is all
right If executed properly.
Mrs. Stocrow not only says this, but
has compiled Instructions which, she
claims. If followed, will end the ob
jection to the turkey trot. In this
statement she says: "The 'one step,'
of which the turkey trot is a vulgar
form, can be danced as unobjectlona
bly as the waltz 'or any other round
dance, though It can never be so grace
ful as the waltz.
"It all depends upon the position of
the dancers and the way In which they
"The man should place his right hand
at his partner's back, just below the
shoulders, not at the waist or below.
"With his left hand he should hold
her hand or wrist outstretched, in
dancing they should move about the
room, using the muscles of the feet
"The body should be perfectly quiet,
upright or leaning slightly forward.
The weight should be on the balls of
the feet and the partners should be
several Inches apart.
"The awkward way of dancing comes
from partners holding each other with
both arms and too close; second, from
moving the shoulders or legs or sway
ing the body; thirdly, .from dancing In
one spot, bobbing up and down or
kicking all ungraceful and unneces
sary." Wil Send Radio
Signals Each Day
Both night and day signals will be
rent dally from the radio station at
Arlington within a short lme. By
means of these Ignals It will be pos
sible for all vessels. In nearly all parts
of the Atlantic, which have radio re
cei ing sets, to keep their chronometers
accurately-compared at sea a3 well as
It Is expected that many jcwelcis in
this country will use the schvice also.
The Waltham Company, of Waltham,
Mass.. has recently Installed a radio
receiving set and has Informed the
Navy Department that the New Year
time signal sent out at midnight. De
cern oer 31, was received clearly and dis
tinctly. FAMOUS FOR LOW
810-16 SEVENTH STREET
31,500 YARDS OF
Advance 1913 Spring Styles
2.000 VARUS Or DEMl-FLOl'NCIXGS AND CORSET COVER EM
BROIDERIES, 18 inches wide in all-or effect, also with !a.I- Qr
lng edges Regular EOc nlues. Our price, a yard CtOs
Fine Swiss and combination ef
fects, with ul la e Insertions and
judges: s'-l-on ruffles R-Kilur
75c and $1.0i values Our
price, a jd
27 lncl.es wide, deeplj ombro'd
crcd designs Regular $1 00 J ftp
alues. Our prlir, a Jd . 1IV
Large lot of prettv effects. In
German and French Va! '.nce, s
to 3 Inches wide. Rfgulur he
to ll'.sc values. Our prl
Long Coats, Mackinaw Coats, Johnny Coats, Etc.
of Chinchilla, Boucle, Ziheline, Broadcloth, Striped and Plaid
Coatings. Colors include Mack, navy, brown, etc. Also two
toned and combination effects; full lined, body lined and unlined.
$15, J.Jl J
Deeply Cut Prices
Worth np te $20,
Is 13 Unlucky
A combination in which thirteen
occurs often will be faced by
Judge Archbaid tomorrow.
The "hoodoo" number appears as
The number of the dny.
The number of the honr of the
The number of the jenr in the
The number of impeachment ar
ticles to be considered.
The number of roll calls to be
made In the aggregate charges.
If conTlctlon comes on any one
of them It will require two more
roll calls to Impose sentence
one roll call for removal from
office, and another for disquali
fication. Miss Grace Wilkins
Eastern Star Head
The new worthy grand matron of the
Grand Chapter. Order of the Eastern
Star, Is Miss Grace Wilkins, and the
other officers elected are the following:
Kenton N. Harper, worthy grand pa
tron; Mrs. Jessie W. Cowles, associate
grand matron; Mrs. Rose A. Yost, grand
secretary (re-elected); Miss Cecilia At
chison, grand treasurer (re-elected):
Mrs. Catherine Loffler, grand con
ductress; Mrs. Ida Faber, associate
irrflnd nnnrtnntrnss? Mrs- Tlprtha G. 'Hud
son, grand marshal ; Mrs. Lillian CarlL
grand chaplain; Mrs. Bena uarnnart,
grand warder, and Arthur ST. Poynton,
The worthv grand matron. Miss Grace
Wilkins, announced the following selec
tions for the appointive officers; Mrs.
I.lllie Mackensie, Adah; Mrs. Elsie R.
Moulden. Ruth; Mrs. Iena Stephenson,
Esther; Mrs. Marie Helena Pierce. Mar
tha; Mrs. Maude E. B. Wright, Electa,
and Mrs. Rosie J. Carter, organist.
The officers will be installed next Sat
Battleships in Cuba
For Winter Practice
Six battleships of the first line have
reached Guacanayabea bay on the Cu
ban coast for winter practices. This Is
the first of the dreadnoughts of the At
lantic fleet to arrive on the target and
practice grounds. The battleship divi
sion comprises the Virginia, Georgia,
eorasKa. -Minnesota, unio, ana luano.
Seven auxiliary vessels arc ako in
,h.. .,r. rnmnri.inr ,, ,.o. q-
noma. Ontario, Jatapsco? and Patuxent.
the ammunition ship Lebanon, the hos
pital ship Solace, and the repair shin
iSr ZFLPZJS&K SXXS:
Theft From Boat.
Capt. George Ellis, of the bugeye
Hallle K., at the Eleventh street wharf,
reported To- the police today that the
cabin of his csael had been broken
lnt olast night by forcing a hasp on the
door, and much clothing. Including that
of his wife and baby, were stolen.
PRICES SINCE '59
Sheer nalnnook and SuIh Bi'jy
Emlirmilci les, also all-over ef
fects laige and small designs.
Regular 7.'ic and $1 00 al- AQn
uis Our prlie. u id . ItJL
Ilandfcome patterns embroli'ered
en line SuIsk ami cumin k Regu
lar .7k wiliic. Our price
a j d .
Genuine Linen Torchon Lifec.
In widths vurvlng up to 4 Ine'ies.
handsome matched : ets Rc-gu-lai
8c to lJ'c values Our T
Mice, u d . .. . dv
Coats worth $
on Stylish Suits
Worth np to $25,
Worth op to $35,
TO FIGHT FOR FINES
Corporation Attorney Prepares
Answer to Order From Of
ficial of Maryland.
HYATTSVILLE. Md., Jan. li This
town will light any attempt of the au
tomobile commissioner of the State of
Maryland to obta'n the fines collected
for the violation of the speed limit for
automobiles within the corporation lim
its. ,A communication from the com
missioner was read at the special meet
ing of the mayor and common councS
last night In which he inclosed an op-
plnion from Attorney Edgar Allen Poe,
which stated that all fines collected for
the iolatIon of the automobile laws
should be turned over to the automobile
commission. Vincent A. Sheehy, the
corporation attorney, has prepared an
answer to this letter in which he calls
attention to that provision in the local
charter where the State leglslaure
gives the mayor and common council
the right to make all police protection
and to regulate the speed of vehicles,
and all fines collected for infractions
are to be qturned over to the town. The
council voted to refuse to comply with
the automobile commissioners request.
The question of the speed jlmlt was
discussed and the only definite action
tcken was an amendment to that part
giving the bailiff half of the fines col
lected. Hereafter he will turn all over
to the town and receive a stilted sum
per diem. The speed limit stll remains!
at ten miles par hour, but tne attorney
was requebted to prepare an ordinance
for the consideration of the council rais
ing the limit to fifteen miles.
The members of PInkney Memorial
Church, of this town, are much inter
ested in the new rector of St. Thomas'
parish, the Rev. Clayton A. Chrisman,
which Includes the territory of Croom
and vicinity In the loner part of this
county. This interest of the local
church lies In the fact that It was their
rector. Rev. Henry Thomas, who In
duced the Rev. Clayton A. Chrisman to
study for the ministry. Mr. Chrisman
was born in Martlnsburg. W. Va., and
while the Rev. Henry Thomas was rec
tor of Trinity Church, "of Marflnsburg.
he persuaded the ygung man to study
for the church.
Th -p-,. -.. rhr4tn.i.. i. j...
ciirisman's , 21SSSL SLZ i , JftT"
I V'.lrlsman a Lw enteen i ears In the mln-
TCX. frCS "SJ.E":
years ago he'marrled Miss Julia Croth--rs.
whose grandfather. Isaac Duval.
i ?- Vn jn. this cou: HiTne paV.
Ish church is one of the oldest In the
state, Deing Duilt in 173.-. Among Its
rectors of the past It has the honor of
counting Bishop Claggctt, who was
burled near Croom, and a few years
jiso removed to the Episcopal Cathe
dral near Washington.
The "GuII.l of .the PInkney Memorial
Church will meet tomorrow evening
at the residence" of Mrs. R. G. Whlt-tlng.
Rubenstein's Neckwear, vEtc
Women's Fancy Nec'twea". in
one big lot that Ruber.stcin's
priced $1.30 to $2.00 each. CTQ
Our price ItC
Women's Embroidered Collars,
that were formerly priced by
Rubenstein's at 25c and 1 Art
50c each. Our price J.UU
All Face Veilings In the ".u
bensteln stock have been as
sembled Into one big lot and
priced regardless of former ;
selling prices at. a yarJ ... OC
W French Kid Gloves, 59c
Some slightly soiled- others mended or with slight Imperfections:
black, white, brown, tan, and all shades.
9.1.00 I.onc Kid
Will made of the best skins. In
12 and 16-button lengths, bltck
and white; slightly soiled or imperfect.
The Entire Stock of
Rubenstein's 25c to 50c
Rubenstein's Entire Stock
in wide widths that were priced
In Two Bargain Lots
All It u h e n a t c I n's
Handkerchiefs that were
priced at Sue ami 50c
each. Our price,
Handkerchiefs that were
priced at 1214c 15c,
and 19c. Our price.
OHIO'S SONS TO SAY
FAREWELL TO TAFT
Executive to Be Honor Guest at
Society's Dinner to Be Held
on McKinley's Birthday.
President Taft will be the guest of
honor at the annual banquet of the
Ohio Society, of Washington, at
Rauscher's, on January 2a Justice Wil
liam R. Day, of the United States Su
preme Court, will preside as chief ex
ecutive of the society. Senator Pome
rene of Ohio, a native of Canton, the
home of former President McKlnley.
will speak on "McKlnley at Home," and
Senator Burton will propose the fare
well toast, chosen from the lines of
Byron to Tom Moore:
Here's a sigh, to those nho love me, '
And a smile, to those who hate.
And whatever sky's above me.
Here- a heart for every fate.
The banquet is to serve not only as
a farewell to the President by his
friends here before he leaves to take
up his position in connection with the
Kent professorship at Yale, but will also
commemorate the third anniversary of
the society and the birthday anniversary
of William McKlnley.
Many features of the banquet will re
vive old associations. Two of the speak
ers will be alumni of the Cincinnati
Law School, of which President Taft
was dean previous to being sent to the
Philippines. The subject of one toast.
"The Rainbow Comes, Down in Ohio,"
Is the message brought to Washington
by the Corn Club boys from the Buck
Milton E. AHes. chairman of the ban
quet committee, Is preparing for a large
Champagne at Dinner
Is Severely Scored
BOSTON, Jan. 1 Boston debutantes
who put temptation in the way of Har
vard men by permitting champagne to
be served at their coming-out parties
were bitterly scored by Milton Reed,
jurist and lecturer, before the Twen
tieth Century Club today. He said In
"As long as young women will per
sist In having served quantities of
champagne at their coming-out parties,
with suppers given at 4 o'clock in the
morning, we cannot expect model be
havior from our young men."
Carroll Electric Co.
We carry complete stock of
aad oar prices are low.
-CesctradiM. - MadsKi-j' -514
12th Street N..W."
Phonr 9fata, 7330.7331
Women's Fancy Neckwear, in
one big lot that Rubenstein's
priced up to $4.30 each. Z(n
Our price QJ
Women's Laundered and Soft
Collars that were formerly priced
by Rubenstein's at 15c and fTn
25c. Our price OC
Women's Fancy Neckwear, In
cluding Stocks, Jabots, Chemi
settes, etc. Rubenstein s prices
were 25c and 50c each. in.
Our price -LUC
$1.50 .Men's Kid
These are absolutely perfect In
every detail: cape, mocha, cha
mois, etc.. black, brown, tan,
WOMKN'h SILK HOSE, with -
Inch lisle parter tops, tan and
white only. Were Jl.oy and
$1.30. Cur price, a pair.
WOMK.VS SII.K BOOT AND
AIX-LIS1.E HOSE, excellent qual
ity: black. tan, anu
white. AVerc 50c Our
price, a pair
WOMKN'S SILK HOOT AMD
ALL-LISLE HOSE fine quality
black, tan. and white. OXf
Were COc. Our price, a pair tuf
WOMEN'S LISLKHOSl exen
tionnlly tine quality; black, tan.
whltt. and i-eeral colors. -J ?
Were -'5c. Our price, a pair Uv.
of Ribbons, f
up to 50c a yd. I J
Beautiful now styles,
in black and natural
price, $3.50 each Our
In Northern Mexico
An aggravated condition of brigand
age forty-flva miles northwest of San
Luis Potosy was reported to the State
Department todav by Consul W. L.
Bonnel. The situation is entirely be
yond the control of the new federal
troops in the vicinity and thieves and
brigands are parading under the cloak
of the name of rebel and arc burning
and despoiling much property.
The State Department expressed the
opinion shortly before Christmas that
the situation 'in eMxico was materially
worse than In September when Presi
dent Taft sent his first note to the Ma
dera government demanding protection
to American life and property. A State
Department official today expressed the
opinion that the situation had not be
come better within the last three weeks.
It Is appreciated that the Mexican Fed
eral government has a difficult propo
sition ahead of it and State Department
officials are frankly pessimistic regard
ing Mexico's future.
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Duffy's Malt Whisky S 1.00 bot.
Martini and Rossi's Italian Ver
mouth 65c bot.
Gordon.Dry Gin Sl.OObot.
Black and White Scotch Whisky. . $1.25 bot.
Bass' Ale (White label and Dog's
Head) 2.25 doz.
Guinness' Stout - 2.25 doz.
Great Western Champagne $1.25 bot.
Family Quality House,
909 Seventh Street
I able to help uu to hear norraall).
Why not gle It a teat at once? Our
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tical demonstration. Why not call
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COMMITTEE OX PUBLIC COMKOHT.
Ruums CO and 31 V. . Trust Buildtns. Penn-
syrtanla ae and Tenth st. X. .
lsltors during Inaugural period, are re
quested to call at this office or send de
u . .. .. .- .ttn th. number of
persons" thit 'can 'bo Topplied l.h beds or
COtS, Wlin ur niuiwui ..-..- ---
Cummlttee on Public Comfort
THE ALFORD LETlbR
CO. HAS MOVED TO
fiH7 15th ST..
Over FORD & GRAHAM'S,
Opposite the 1 reasury.
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Hot Griddle Cakes
Mil I CD'S Are delicious and wholesome
mlLlXtV O Hhen maJu 0t MILLER'S
c I, . . Self-liaising Buckwheat. Ifa
Oell-raiJing economical, too packages
J 1 1. t contain more buckwheat
DUCKWneai ,an thMe f uther bran is.
iSf At jour srocer'n. No consumers supplied.
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Wholesalers, 11 th and M Sta. S. K,
Meyer Asks Fund for
Navy Yard Incrtise
Secretary of the Navy Meyer has
asked Congress for a deficiency, appro
priation to cover the Increase of 10 per
cent in wages contemplated for cm-'
ployes of the Was'hIngton,""navy yard
during the remaining' naif of the fiscal
year or Mil Henrlll also seek an addi
tional J2M.0C0 for the succeeding year fa
order to maintain the- Increase.
The Increased pay proposed .Is In ac
cordance 'with recomntenda'tlons made
by a board of, experts from .the Navy
qoepartment. created by the Home
Naval Cdtnmlttce, wn'ch. Investigated
conditions at the local navy yard. In
the letter embodying the request tor
funds. It Is made plain that either more
of men employed must be decrease.
the spiritualist ltir'I:;J,vr,C.' .-'
will meet sunoay.a p. ni- -. X.SL.V JiS
XT. MR3. ROTH. Rev. Susanna Harris will
be here, AH are welcome
Kahn's Special Bifocal Lenses
"One pair to see near and -far"
Made of finest quality French
crystal. Special fljl AA
price p'fc,v j
1ft est Md
grlad ear aim
leases em the
Opposite IT. S.
DOLLT MADISON CANDIES 40c lb. In.
dispensable for all social functions. 73
11th st. Phone M. 5134. Open Sundar.
MR. FRANK BORZE wishes to announci
that he has moved hl business across th
street, opposite his recent establishment. P)
11 bL. Show Shop. l
Superior native teacher.
Trial lesson Iree.
The Best Method.
Day & Evenlns Sessions
At School or Residence.
Classes and Private.
SIS Hth ST. X. W. PHONE MAIN T.
Brcnches in over SCO leadlnr rltf in Am
tea. Europe and Africa. Pupils traveling m-i
transfer the value of their lessuns from oa
city to another without additional cost.
NEW CLASSES CONSTANTLY FOMlINn
D-iy and Nlsht Graded aad Hfca
School Courses. Children and Adults.
Also Private Coachlns. Catalogue.
fRANdS MANN HAIL, A. M., Prwopa
TeL M. zm. ra E ST. N. w.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
113 Eleventh St. X. E. Ph. Line 173
Your atteatton la called to the chance
ot management of the
WESTOVER UVERT STABLE.
Gov. alley. bet.3th and list. L & M sts.
IIalns purchased the stable from Mr
Wm. Blatcher. the former owner. I will
conduct a first class boardlns and livery
Saddle. 'driving, and work horses for
hire by day. week or month. Saddle in
structions If desired.
Patrons of these stables are assured
first- class service In every detail. Let
us verve yet.
. E. FERNEHOUGH
Vet Surg. Proprietor
Day llwne N. 4111 Night Phone W". 1TM
eterlnary service free to boarders.