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THE WASHINGTON TBIES,' TUESDAY,' APRIL
1913.
16
to the South Dakota primary law re
specting the nomination of Federal of
ticlalu, avs he does not "recognize any
obligation" on his part to observe the
fAe,i... r nrofarnHni nHmaries in the
GAPITALWOMANFILES
OPEN 8 -A. M.
CLOSE 6 P. M.
JELLY
ROLL,
Sunshine
Cake,
selection or persons for appointment as
postmasters, but that he will consider
F
the results of such primaries as sug
gestions and take them Into account,
along with other suggestions relative to
the appointment of persons to rostor-
Th'e same question is up to the Presi
dent and much interest is felt on how
he will decide It.
9c
each
each
9rftPiv.wt
Capital Shows Gain Over Feb
ruary, But Loss From
March, of Last Year.
Mrs. Clarence Moore Among
Jhose Seeking to Recover
For Loss of Husband.
Albert de Cenera to Act as
Auctioneer at Thoroughbred
Sale at Horse Show.
Postmaster General States Po
sition With Respect to Ap
pointment of Postmasters.
HC SUSY CORNC
Bakery, 3d floor.
Bakery, 3d floor.
Traction Company Is
WASHINGTON HIGH
GEN ANDES TO
BURLESON NOT TIED
swmv,
INBIJILDINGLiST
CLAIM
OR 500,000
BE ill STEWARDS
BY PRIMARIES VOTE
Named in Two Suits
William j. Cook filed suit in the Dis
"Washington is twenty-first in the list
of cities arranged by comparison of tne
amounts for which building permits
were issued during the month of March.
Although this position is higher than
that held by the Capital for the past
several months, it shows a decrease of
42 per cent from the corresponding
months of last year.
This fact becomes less discouraging
when it is noted that losses are shown
In many of the most prominent Eastern
cities. New York shows a slight loss
2nd Boston, Brooklyn and Pittsburgh
show Tosses of from 36 per cent to 57
per cent.
The building situation generally Is en
oouragtng. according to Construction
News .. There were gains in forty-one
and losses in thirty-four of the seventy
five leading cities canvassed. Permits
were taken out for buildings to cost a,
total of more than J70.000.000. in Wash
ington the total amounts to J760.O0O.
Gains are especiallv significant throug
hout the Middle West, and althougn
many eastern cities lost as compared
with March. 1913. the comparisons are
more encouraging than those reported
for February.
Cites Compared.
Folllowing Is a list of twenty-five
largest cities, showing the amount of
permits issued in each during the
months of March 1912 and March 1913:
Cities 1913 1912
New York ,. ...Sll.702,268 J19.726.571
Chicago. HI 7.690.600 4.743,000
Philadelphia 6,206,500
Boston and vicinity... 3,902.000
Ixs Angeles, Cal 3,034.213
Brooklyn ...-, 3,018.295
Detroit. Mich .......... 2.295.825
Duluth, Minn 1.797.205
San Francisco. Cal... 1.399.967
St. Louis, Mo 1,542.930
3.691.S95
9,13!.0u0
1.657.7S0
4.6S6.495
1.328,001
114.125
2.592.7S0
U37.13S
790.234
507,000
455,011
435,473
294,320
1.782.441
561,375
673,146
868,305
848,985
1.334.52S
1,272,215
. 55S.7S1
1.506,838
1.517.452
Newark. N. J 1.173.SSS
Buffalo 1,094,743
St. Paul 1.063.2S6
Dallas. Texas 1,054,640
Birmingham 949.725
Portland. Ore 856,760
Baltimore. Md. 814.871
Oakland. Cal S12.394
Cincinnati, Ohio 790.410
Seattle 76S.850
Washington. D. C... 760.950
Minneapolis 755,885
Indianapolis 754,305
Rochester. N. Y 732,941
Pittsburgh, Pa. 716,817
CInb Buys Home.
Negotiation-? have practically been
closed for the purchase of the large
residence property on the south side of
Farragut square by the Commercial
Club. The property is now In the hands
of a syndicate which will hold it until
the club Is ready to finance It.
The price paid to Mrs. A. C. Tyler was
about J80.000. and it is expected about
$30,000 will be spent in remodeling the
buildinc for club purposes. The build
ing is five stories high and has a broad
frontage. While it was built for resi
dence purposes, it may easily be con
verted into a modern clubhouse. It was
occupied for some years by the Rus
sian embassy. M. E. Ailes. president of
the Commercial Club, said today It is
hoped the building will be readr for
occupancy by beptemner i. iredenck
Mav represented Mrs. Tyler in the sale.
and Weaver Brothers represented the
purchasers.
Institute to Meet.
A regular meeting of the Sunday
School Institute of the District of Co
lumbia will be held tonight at 8 o'clock
in Epiphany Parish Hall. The question
of closing the city Sunday schools in
summer will be debated, and Miss Mary
A. Wilbur will give a review of the
Temple series of Bible handbooks.
NEW YORK. April 15. Judge Holt, in
the United States District Court today,
extended the time for the filing of
claims for loss by death or cargo re
sulting from the Titanic disaster, for
thirty dajs In the case of seven Swiss
claimants. An extension of one week
was granted in the case of about fifty
immigrants. No other claims can now
be filed, the list, with these exceptions,
being ordere closed today.
The total claims now amount to $11.
774. 604 in 6S5 cases. One of the largest
claims filed is that of Mrs. Henry B.
Harris, who asks JLOOO.OOO; Mabplle
Swift Moore, widow of Clarence Moore,
broker of Washington. D. C. asks for
J500.000. Mrs. Frederick R, Kenyon, of
New London, Conn., asks for J250.000
for the death of her husband.
TOWER WILL 1
FATE OF TITANIC
Memorial of New Seamen's
Institute Is Dedicated on
First Anniversary.
Announcement of the appointment of
John O. Gheen and Thomas Bones as
ring stewards of the National Capital
Horse Show on the exhibition grounds.
Eighteenth and C streets northwest.
May 3, 5, 6, and 7. was made by Melvin
C. Hazcn, manager, today.
Both Mr. Gheen and Mr. Bones are
experienced hors-jmen and their selec
tion received the unanimous approval of
the board of directors. Mr. Gheen will
list the Brooklsn horse show Thursday
and Friday of this week and select
thoroughbreds for presentation at the
Washington show. He will confer witn
Albert de Cenera. who will act as auc
tioneer at the sale of thoroughbreds at
the local show. Mr. Gheen has been
named sales manager for tho event.
It is expected the sale will be held an
nually as a nart of the horse show.
The entry list Includes a number of
famous thoroughbreds, among them the
blue ribbon winners at the Madison
Square Garden and London shows.
Miss Ethel MacMurrar. of Washing
ton, today donated a cup to be awarded
thn winner of ono of the hunting class
post entries. Miss MacMurray will be
on of thn ludsres. the other two to
be selected by herself. The value of
the prizes offered is approximately J5.000.
Music for the show will be furnished
by the Fort Myer and United States
Engineer Band of the Washington Bar
racks.
NEW YORK, April 15. The first an
niversary of the Titanic disaster was
commemorated this afternoon when the
memorial lantern tower of the new Sea
men's Institute was dedicated. Bishop
David Greer, the Rev. William P. Mer
rill and Dr. Henry Lubeck delivered the
addresses.
The memorial was erected with funds
collected by the Seamen's Benefit So
ciety and the American Scenic and His
toric Preservation Society. The late J.
P. Morgan contributed $100,000 to the
fund.
Clue Found Here to
Missing Yonkers Boy
A clue which may lead to the finding
of Leo J. McGrath, the ten-year-old son
of Peter H. McGrath, a contractor, of
Yonkers, N. Y., who was last seen here
on Inauguration Day, has been given
the police by Mrs. A. J. Murphy, of 209
First street northwest.
According to Mrs. Murphy, the boy
was adopted as mascot by the militia
from Plymouth, Mass.. who made their
headquarters in the old Business High
School building, in First street. A few
days after the militia left Mrs. Murphy
received a postal from Joseph Sylvia,
cne of the soldiers, saying they had
arrived safely and that young McGrath
accompanied them as far as Philadel
phia, where he got off the train, sajing
he was going to Trenton.
Police of Trenton and Philadelphia
have been notified.
Wooiey Denies Charges
During Call on Wilson
Robert Wooiey, a Washington news
paperman, who is slated for a position
in the interior department, called on
President Wilson today to explain some
references in a scathing article publish
ed in the La Follctte Weekly recently.
He denied the reports charged to him.
5
IT IS THE
CONSTANT
endeavor of the Union
Trust Company to
maintain a due regard
for the cardinal princi
ples of safety which
have marked the his
tory of this institution
ever since its establish
ment, thirteen years
ago.
Checking accounts
are received in any
amount, paying 2 in
terest 3 is paid on
savings.
CAPITALS-SURPLUS
$ 2.300,000.00
EDWARD J
ITELUNM2EN
PUBS.
flfatfrig ZrZr H STS-
Those Two Big Sales
of Women's Low Shoes
Have been keeping us busy in spite of the bad
weather. Some really Worth While Savings on
desirable Women's Shoes largely made pos
sible by underprice purchases from big manu
facturers. Don't miss these savings tomorrow:
$2.19
Women's $2.50, $3.00,
and Some $3.50
Low Shoes at
20 up-to-date stjles of Smart Pumps with
plain toe or tip instep-strap Pumps and
Blucher Oxfords
In splendid-wearing grades of TAX RUSSIA
CALF BLACK GUXMIXVL CALF PATENT
COLT BLACK VELVET.
Really highly desirable shoes but wp were
enabled to secure part of them WAY BELOW
PRICE from an overstocked manufacturer. And
home of the styles are our own regular goods
reduced specially for this sale.
$2.95
Women's Finest
and Newest $3.50
Spring Shoes
A saving of at least 5!c a pair right at the
start of the season on the following desirable
shoes
8 striking styles of PATENT COLT Pumps
and Oxfordb high or low lu-els
5 styles of BLACK DEMI-CALF PUMPS
with leather bow and straight or shield tip
low heels. Also Blucher Oxfordn
5 styles of TAN RUSSIA. WILLOW and
Heavy Brown BOX CALF Pumps and Oxfords
2 styles of White NUBUCK BUTTON BOOTS
and 3 stles of TAN RUSSIA CALF BUTTON
BOOTS.
"TRI-WEAR"
Menfe" Shoes at $3.50 & $4
They are here in a brilliant array of NEW
STYLLS including all the latest novelties in
both ultra and conservative effects which are
"STRONG" with good dressers this spring-
They are here in those QUALITIES which
have been the foundation of "TRI-WEAR"
supremacy for 22 years "THREE TIMES THE
WEAR" AND SATISFACTION OF THE AV
ERAGE SHOE!
The ntflm include "English" blind eyelet
models "high toe" effects and plain comfort
lasts both low and high cuts
The leathern include Tan Russia. Willow or
Spartan Calf Gunmetal, Steel or Velour Calf
Patents Vicis
"BEND-EESY"
Real Comfort Shoes JC AA
for Men and Women P-""
SOLES heavy enough to protect your feet
cither against cold or wet in bad weather or
against the burning sidewalks in hot weather.
Yet they REND to every movement of the feet
and are like walking on cushions of live rub
ber and the uppers are made of finest, soft
est tan and black leathers with perfect work
manship. The Women' .s (! Include smart neamlpss
Pumps "English" blind cjc-let Oxfords
Blucher Oxfords and Boots
The Mrn'n M!m Include xhapely hygienlcally
correct Blucher or Oxford Ties and High Shoes
rZjfgJjAflLE SHOE HOu&
Co.7T-5oK.5Td
1914-1916 Pa. Ave
233 Pa. Ave.. 5.E.
Base Ball Contest Ends Saturday
And every contestant should make a
determined effort to set otes this
last week All otes must be In by
closing time lK-xt Saturday night.
5 votes for.,
Postmaster General Burleson has de
clared his position with respect to post
office primaries. Ho has been pressed
from arious quarters to Indicate his
position with respect to such primaries.
The lssuo Is a burning one In various
sections, and especially in South Da
kota, where the Progressive Democrats
are urging that the spirit of the Rich
ards primary law be observed.
In a letter to Congressman Dillon,
Postmaster General Burleson, alluding
trict Supreme Court today for $10,000
damages from the City ana suouroan
t' i, rv.OTninf fnr Inlurlps alleged
to have been incurred l-ebruary 27 when
a street, car coiuaeo. iui a.
which ho was riding.
Five thousand dollars damages Is
asked In a suit filed hy Malcolm Stokes,
through I.loyd Stokes, against the Capi
tal Traction Company. The lad was
Injured. It la asserted, in hording a
street car. February 24.
Early Buyers' Sale
Fine Furniture Priced Low for the Benefit ofFirst Buyers
The early buyers will get the best of it. We are starting the
season with the biggest Furniture values of our career. Don't fail
to see these great specials for this week.
Our New Method Credit Plan Is a Real Help
$6.85
Up for
Jackson Bros
Refrigerators
Are the best that money can bay
they are fully guaranteed and have
every advantage and Improvement
of the mnch-advertlaed make at
double onr prices.
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$38.75
For This Rich,
Massive
Colonial
Buffet
Extra Heavy Con
struction. Regular
Price, $55.
Fine Imported Grass Rugs
Far Superior to Any Domestic Makes
WALL OF TROY DESIGNS
16 in. x 36 in -. . 35c
27 in. x 54 in. 70c
36 in. x 72 in $1.25
6 ft. x 9 ft $4.15
8 ft. 3 in. x 10 ft. 6 in. $6.10
9 ft x 12 ft .,..-...$8.10
9 ft x 12 ft. Fine Wool Fiber Rug. $7.85
Inlaid Linoleum, yard : 95c
nTDrrl P" Jaaflat
19c
For These Fine
Matting Rugs
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$12.85 1fPd
For Handsome Large, Roomy Rattan
hooded Baby Coaches Big varietv
white, natural, French, gray, and
brown; elegant springs; easy riding.
psHaHJBr
GOOD SIZE
Shirt Waist Box
$1.85
Covered With Best
Matting.
Value, S3. 00.
ftacksoiveJkos.
S-JKeSi9Store .915.to925,SewnhStreeti
Two Big Lots
TAILORED SUITS
$25 to $45 Values in a Big Wednesday Sale
Choice $15and $24.75
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In placing re-orders for several of our best selling lines we were informed by the mak
ers that they would be unable. to duplicate them, because no more material was to be had.
The remaining numbers of these particular lines have been grouped into two lots for im
mediate disposal. If you have waited until now to buy a suit you are fortunate, because tho
savings make it an object for you to be here tomorrow.
Bulgarian Blouses, New Cutaway
Effects and Plain Tailored Models
Not every size in every style, but all sizes in one style or another, so you are sure to
find something to fit. Ask to see these two lots tomorrow at $15 and $24.75.
Garment Store Second Floor.
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Every Woman Knows the Popularity of
TAN CALFSKIN
FOOTWEAR
Every woman should also know that if she
wants the prettiest shades and the largest range
of selection in tans she should come to the Shoe
Store of the House of Kann.
Nearly 75 different kinds to select from in
tan low shoes.
In calfskins; also TANS in all the other
wanted leathers and fabrics.
Made up in the new low-heel pumps.
In English Pumps, Button Oxfords, Lace
Oxfords, Plain Pumps, and Strap Pumps.
Prices $2.95$3.50$4
A Pair
Shoe store Second floor.
utn rii-. - i f
China Silk and
Satin Striped Tub
Silk SHIRTS
For Women
Made up in
high or low
collar style.
Strictly tailored.
$2.00
The very
est models
lat-
of the
silk shirt. Plain white
with fancy crystal buttons. Self-colored satin
striped white Shirts. Satin striped effects, col
ors on white ground. Narrow stripes, up to
broad stripes.
Unequaled Values at Our Price
Waist Store 2nd Floor.
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HERE'S A
RUG SALE
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Room Size
All-Wool Rugs
Always best rugs for hard wear.
Many want them the year round. Ex
traordinary low prices prevail.
Xotice
910.00 BRUSSELS RUGS, TxlOH
FEET. All-wool; close, hard weave,
three designs; colorings of blue,
green, tan. and red. 28 A qj
Rugs in this lot '.. dx.lD
Stenciled Matting
Rugs
The cheerful designs and color
ings just right for summer use.
Oriental and floral patterns: bor
dered all sides same as high-priced
rugs.
200 bales fresh, newly imported
rugs underpriced as follows:
9x12 ft. $4 Value . . $1.95
6x9 ft S2 Value 95c
21x54-in. 39c Value. . 19c
18x36-111. the -Lima Each 5q
$15.00 Brussels Rugs, 9x12
ft.; seamless; oriental and
floral designs, in blending col
orings; a firm, even
weave, easy to
sweep. This sale . . AO. uO
$20.00 Brussels Rugs, 9x12
ft.; seamless; heavy grades,
fine designs; greater line of
colorings. Besides orientals
and florals there are two
tone greens,
blues, tans, rose.
This sale, choice..
$25.00 Wilton Velvet and
Axminster Rugs; 9x12 ft.;
Seamless Velvet Rugs and
Seamed Axminsters; choice
colorings, in flor
als and 'orientals. AlA Al
This sale 5l0."D
Rug Store Third Floor.
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The Fashion World Talks Enthusiastically oj
Silk Brocades
Here at an Average Saving of a Third
Bought of a big importer and manufacturer
who wished to dispose of his surplus stock be
fore going abroad.
We have these in three different kinds, as
follows:
j- - j f Crepe de Chines
BrOCaded ?cc Charmer
I Crepe Chinos
In all the new shades for spring such as
copper, new rose, new blue, tan, violet, green,
yellow, orange, black, and white.
$4.50 to $6 kinds at a yard $3.00
$3 and $4 kinds at a yard $2.25
$2.75 kinds at a yard $1.85
Widths are 36 to 42 inches.
Bargain Tables and SI1K. Store Street Floor.
S12.45
Because Short Lengths Left From
Fillings Orders, Hundreds and
Hundreds of yards of
Wanted 10c to 30c
TRIMMINGS
Are Priced for a Big
5lcx
Special at
Included are braids, gimps, fringes, etc.,
Silk Mohair and Cotton iq the leading shades
also black and white.
Trimmings you can always find use for look
over the lot tomorrow and take advantage of
the chance to save.
Trimming Store Street Floor.
Bolero Crepe de Chine Jackets f
Very Latest Dress Accessory Fad for Smart Dressers
White crepe Ie chine, embroidered in the latest Unitarian coloring.
Xew York has itist received them, anil is buMng- fccarielj -i daj sooner
than ou are offered them her".
Priced according to the elaborate-
r,U."!...$5.50 - S8.50
S7.50
nOI.KUOS of white
Mousscllne
In black
Mous&eline
$5.25
$4.50
W1IITK I.AC1: BOLEROS Imi
tation Clunt. short front with
habit back, flat ul.
1 Pilars, at.
NT.W III LGARIAX V UbT OR
COAT SETS, of voile or ratine.
Thehp are the cry latest models
nnd effects in Bulgarian emhroi-
der.
Prices. CO OC to CO QO a set.
Utlu
$2.25
f
The Dainty Little Neck Bow
In Us Many Varieties
Little Velvet Rows, with little vel
vet tabs, and floral centers. At
Shadow Lace Bows, with floral cen
ters At
And Long Tab Bows, to be worn
with the new sailor collars. At
50c
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We have at this time the greatest aggregation of varieties and
novelties In Neckwear to bo found in the oltj, and everything that is
new is here. Neckwear Store Street Floor.
1 m 1 1 1
These S4.00
Folding Tables
$1.95 I
Our illustration, while made from
the tables cannot show the
beauty of the wood, which is of
selected maple, beautifully grain
ed, in highly polished piano finish.
Top sire is 25xC2U inches, firmly
fastened together; the legs are
graceful and lock to stay up or
down Other points of interest
are their lightness, portability,
and the fact that they occupy
little room. When you see them
you will say they are the best
ou ever saw and buy.
i-urnuure s;ore Kounn Floor, jj
Address.

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