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'THE WASHIUGTOIT HEBAXD, PEIDAY, MARCH 24, 1911.
WHERE BUSINESS MATTERS ARE DISCUSSED.
ENJOYED BY DINERS
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WATCH FOR OUR AD IN
TO-MORROW MORNING'S HERALD
Men's Suits and Overcoats
Women's Suits, Goats and Skirts
Every Garment Must Be Sold During this Great
CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT SALE
Sale Now Going on
TUF QIIDPDICir 421-4237tbSt.
I lit wUnrillvC Formerly The Famous
IN OWN .DEFEASE
Commercial Club Opens Saw
Claims "Stool PigeoifDuped
Him on Bace Bet.
i PRESIDENT AIIES HEAD CHEF
JTTBB GRILLED ON THE STAND
Protected hj- fircat White Apron, He
Superintends Cookinf and Pauses
Vronnd MenU. as Fast a Ther
Come Off C.rlddle Members Unenge
in "Close Harmony."
Witness for Prosecution Testified He
Was Mot Promised Immunity, bnt
"Thoujjht It Wns Ail Right Be
cause lit Was WorkinK for Detec
tives" Trial Rcsamed 3Ionday.
nii re welcome, if wary.
Thnco wricorc if ra.
fxTOf Tw bnrtt and cheer,
Dd jcm ui the p'aj
th these word1; of welcome tacked
ovpr the door of the Commercial Club.
the ofif-ers ami boinl of governors ex-
tide 1 their ho-p!talitv to ill the mem
. f - to a Iwefsteak dinner last night on
trr o caMon of the opening of the new
f.n 1 -oom. vvh-li rainrd i thorough ln
! t m
i iformal dinntr it a too fjr the
il.r- cAftinj: ajilc all frmalitv.
' n . f their i.is and protr tid bv
j.'-e t white aprons broiled steaks in true
' inch n -taurant stvle
r t th s was on!v a pirt of fie pro
u ami'ie for in--te id of the u--ual corps
tf uji rr- Milton t Aile president of
if lb and head ihef of the evenins
rf --ira ' M.ptrintended the rooking
x i f thr governor-- forgot thnr dignitv
d pird around the vte iks as fi t a
' irro off the griddle
There "W n Harinonr, Too.
To pass the time awa tho-e who were
r"t t onking engaged in a ' close har
monj In the front parlor when popu
ar vongs were sung or otherwise ren
dered. Each member was provided with
a booklet, and the governors announced
tl-at each holder of the booklet had pcr
m sion "to use his oice in singing these
-orgs, whether it 1ms been cultivated
rr i still in its origin il wild and wooU
raw state, provided honeer. that he
s ngs on time and keeps within a reason
able distance of tl e tune
Clifford K. Berrvman was responsible
for th olev er caricatures of the officers
and governors drawn in the booklet, and
took pains to bestow a significant nig
Kfstion m each drawing, which added to
the merriment of the partj
There was Informal speaking by Head
fhff Ailej- and earh one of the gov
rnors was forced to respond to the
rif.- of Speech' Speech' ' before the
rat'v adjourned to go upstairs to where
i PaHight photograph was taken
Unrolled nt niter.
President iles was aided by G F
S hutt who acted as assistant chef, while
I i pi II "ran ford C J Bell. Thomas
Now, K lriham. Arthur r
"Moso William n Hoover, Commission
er R idolph Thoma.s W Smith. John L.
Wner John f Dividnn. Ralph W
y-e lohn H Smill James Cahill
1 i .f no Hendlev and'H " C fctiles were
enroll -i is waitf-rs tjeo'ge O Connor
o n;r to the cooking utensils and othe-
I- .n "f the plj" that were scattered
I it was net possible to pet a er
p nl lHra of the nci grill tooti but
a de from all this it will rank with an
n V ashineton
NEW PROGRAMME ANNOUNCED.
Pates Niunrd for llnrj land Jockey
Club. priiic Itnee.
T proprammc ef the Mainland Jockev
Clah for the annual sp- ns meeting at
Pmno was issued vrMerdav It
shows manj interesting features for the
lorrs rf turf The rai s will open April
2t and will extend to M i 17 starting at
S r click
The first div's raring vill hae two
features namel tne Inau;rura Steeple
chase and the Country Club Purse Other
M ! -tvtiftcrd Inrv and Dntirz I"ark Handicap.
M " I alapsv sxrrf4exJia and HcJd Keraan
! " Tn1 Hill Pari rnirv HJfaldce btnrris
r -, Onole Haniirar
M 4 s-T.m f'unr hlrrtnc Park Stnrp frta.-.
i I riti ! Hunt Cn-sf
M - l.fainert Hacdjcap and AriuyrUra StfipJr-
M e. e-ahaurii reiin-iJl eip M"imt Washins
sfrj-pjpsasp and Italtimo-e Cluji rvp.
X! - Mcn-hanti seHjn.-HanijjQp ajjj potMEae
i et iv
Mi ttiew itvr&tcSiZc and Trwn Piitwu
XT ft -incj- Uaadicap s-Lcrplechaae and Lotaw
M 11 rrrers V:'lir4: Uardicap and lUltinore
Mi I T3iad stY-plfrfiafie ard Owners Haodi
i Tu ma.cu- fup. rvdtia-w Mc-armal
s s v- v Handicap and Punlran Nnrscrj.
h iicuke bltieiJtx-ta. and Maryland
i 1 . kr Hub Parw and Grora Srrins Val
i r r c Irrn-. Consolation Stnerdrcha
11 -ani itirs.
iif Inyer Rrcnlii Sanity.
u e right jesterdav ordered the
pi tmrat to jail of Charles S Fletch
i in g-o who. in Julv I"!?, was con-
ed f the murder of his wife, but
' I as sp,nt tn, last three jcars In the
e nnn nt Asvlum f"r the Insane as
of unsn.nd mind Plctcher. accord-
o a i ertaicatc from Dr White, su-nt(-ndnt
"f the asvlum, has recovered
t Mitil b.ilarn e The court will pro
r tie penalt for mjilcr in the
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Foil ml (iiiillv of tlanlnui;hter.
The jurv in the case of S imucl Mat
thew., negro charged with Fecond degree
nurdei in onneotion with the killing
of Thorn is ; Kimstrong a motorman. on
I)ec-mier 13 last vstcrda returned a
e-dict i f manslaughter Matthews
pleaded selfdetensi He was represent
ed b At'omovs a Birnej and Camp
(jpiljl ard SUFTlu s "P.300.000.
Is Your Surplus
To earn more money for you?
If not, start an account with
this company. Interest paid
on all accounts; deposits sub
ject to check.
E7"Safr Deireit Keats for nlcible paper.
c, rcaUd, $5 jcir, np.
Union Trust Co..
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ABE MAKTIN SAYS:
" nij nrtr know how many
comical fellers lue m our town till
jou cut our mustache off
The' hardest tiling a farmer docs
next t' plow m' i jriMn' half th' road
t' a tounn car
CHURCH CLASS ENTERTAINS.
3t. Ilarin Lot in-rnu unln.T chool
St Mirks Kuthenn Sunda School
diss No 11 pae ui f ntertainmt nt last
nisht in Tithiin Temple which included
!i ins )ii.turei5 and inijsiial and literarj
Th h .np putuns were posed as fol
low Charlotte Cordaj,' Miss C An
derson rm and Na, Mrs Kred
Hiwett. halmers Oroff. and Willie
oltz CItie. Mrs C, Krskine. lo
in a Tub Miss I.oraine Hellen and Eu
gene Lampkin ''Vestal Tim i i. Miss M
Anderson soldiers farewell Miss Lil
lian Butler and Miss Vien Miller bol
dier s Return" Cirl Kimbai h. Kduci
tion. Airs ti Erskine. "bpirit of '7C, Krtd
Kellinsrer, Russell Klusc. and Master
Benjamin Reitks, "Snct Sixteen." Will
iam Scheid- . Ancel Mrs G Krsklne.
'i:eninfj Praver." Miss Maud TaIor and
Miss Icssip Hurle. arid 'Good NlRht."'.
Miss Ivossio Hurle
The other numbers on the programme
included b u-s solos and dialert recita
tions bv bdwin Callow, soprano solos
h Mrs. Asnes Rice, a teno- solo b
Horace ard, and violin solos bi Mrs
I is Drp- Acnaiitnrr, WcathfT B-relli.
ishin;toa. I C TUuriday. Ureh 23 S p. m
The ftonn nt thn Middle Stiles UodiKrsdJr mzbt
u dot bind the eastern limits of ilftrf3Xioi. miyl
the 1 lrh lunini'inc nrci follwrms in the trirk of
thfl storm and a.rlpmd Tuumlav nijci iwer me upper
Ijk his earned dctadrdly coldfr vreatacr irnm the
AliisLsapia Uivtt eastward. i seGood distnrbancn
of mirt.i intrtiMtv oTw th British Northwest
and has cau6! a ;-rwril ne in tfmrcraturo orer
the lLArm Hnrkv Mountain diKtncts the Western
Ilauis hUtis and the extreme NethwJ.
Midnislil 42 2a.m. tl li. m. TS. fc a. m. 3o
Sim "ff 10 a. m. "3 12 noor. . 2 p. m.. 40 t
p. m 33 6 p. m.. "i, S p. m., ZZ, 10 p. tn II.
Maaunum tl minimum. ZL
llativo humidity S a. m., 41; 2 p. m-, 37, S p.
m. L TUinfall (3 p m. to 8 p, m.) 0. Hwin of
tanphicr 8 9 per coat of pmubla sanshinr, n
Temperature came dale laa year Maximum, T9,
Temperatures in Other Cities.
Terarerature in other atiw, Uxxther mth lb
anvxmt of rainfall fcr the twenty-four hours ended
at 6 p. m. yesterday, are aj foUcm.
Mm. 8 p.m. falL
Aiherille . C
Atlantic City. N. J...
Itisnardc. N. DaJc
Bostm. Masa. -
ItafTaln. N. Y
fjnAnnatl. Ohlo.. ....... 41
ChejTOce. Wyo ............. H 2t 0
DiTenport. Iowa.. ...... ? 30 41
l)iirr (Mo M 24 0
Des Moines. lcnva-.... M 23 4fi
Galreston Tex.. 6t fi2 (a
Helena. Mont. 62 SZ M
Indianamlu. Ind. .... 42 2S 36
JadraocTillo. huu 61 0 58
Kansas City. Mo.. . 52 32 SO
UUle Itock. Ark 53 43 5S
Loe Anceles. QJ 6S 50 64
IUm.irff. 411 . . v la
Memphis Tenn 56 44 52
New Orleans. lua...... ...... 6o M 64
Ts- V V. V 3S .T' n
North natte. Ncbr. 60 3fi 54
Omalu. Nebr 52 30 43
Ilttsburs. lu. X 28 24
Portland, Me. 32 26 20
Portland. Orec . 55 54
bt. Louis. Mo -m 34 48
fct Paal. Mum 46 2, 40
sti IVinffim Cal ATI 43 U
.nrfntT4I.M III M 1? iJ
Tacomx, Wash 52 .. 45
Tampa, Kla. . - IB 66 70
Toledo, Ohio. 34 24 32
lCksburs, Mm. 64 54 5S
To-day Hish tide. 3-00 a. m. and 3JI p. ta.; low
tide. 9:27 a. m. and 10 J2 p. m.
To-morroip Hish tide, 3-5T a. m. ard 1J2 p. m.;
loir tide. 1023 a. m, and 11 -D) p. m.
Allejje Company Is Iasolrent.
M. H. Watklns and eight other busi
ness firms yesterday asked the court to
adjudge tho Monarch Toy Company, In-
rnmnrflleH ThnnVvmnt allAn-l.. 4kn
I debts amount to $1,000 and that it is in-
New Grill Boom at the Commercial
MONEY LENDERS WILL FILE
PLEAS OF DEFENSE TO-DAY
Director Ralph Confident
Will Be Dismissed
To-daj the ne cmplocs of the Bureau
of EnRrains and Printing who are
charged b Pire tor Ralph with beinff
professional moncv lenders, who charge
exorbitant rites of Interest, and to whose
manipulations illiam J W aple, jr fell
a ictim and forged a note to escape their
clutches, will tile their picas "f definse
to Mr Ralph
The were piin three das In which to
defend themsele after w tilth the Secxe
tarv of the rrasur will pass judgment.
"I haxe no doubt that the fle men
will pleuil Kiiiltx aaid Ii-ector Ralph
last night We hue 1 clear cose against
them, and I believe thej recognize it so
I will recommi n 1 to Mr. MacVeagh a
.ourse of action and that these men will
be disml-scd I am confident.
Mr Ralph said he bclteed the loan
sharks had been put to rout for all time
m the bureau, and following this It is
expected a sweeping in estlgation will be
miMe in other government departments
J. esterda., however, I'ostmaster General
Hitchcock. Secretary of Commerce and
CHASLIE M0Y AREAIGNED.
Vllcgcd Opium Uenl-r DemaniU Trial
Whn arraigned in lh Police Court
yesterd.iv Charlie Mo. alleged to be the
proprietor of the largest "opium joint'
in Washington s Chinatown, entered a
pica of not guilty to a charge of iolat-.
ing the pharmacy law and dcmandid l
Jlo was arretted for conducting a hop
joint in Pennsylvania i.enue. and put
up $2 0il eolliteral to insure his pres
ence in the Police Court when his ca.se
-.tat. called This is the third time in
two earb. that Mo has been arretted,
cithet for selling opium or permitting
gaming On the other two occasions he
forfeited collater?l of $100. and endeavored
to lMe hi colliteral reduced in this
rise hut Assistant Corporation Counsel
Ous S huldt ref Uhed to allow it, siying
the autliorltlb were tireel of his contin
ual iolations of the law and would de
mand a trial
BURGLAR LOOTS A STORE.
John Weildrrhnrn'i Place in I
Street Robbed of ?37T.
Burglars entered the store of John Wed
derburn. CIS K street northwest, early
jcterdaN morning and looted the each
drawer of $3C0 in cash and $77 in checks.
The robbery was discovered by a woman
clerk about S o clock, when the opened
the store Mr. Wedderburn was notified
and went to the establishment, later
notifying the police
Detective Armstrong, of the Sixth pre
cinct, vvas put in charge of the case, and
upon investigation found pieces of pipe
and a small watch charm, supposed to
have been left by the thieves. The cash
register, valued at $710. vvas demolished
Jlr Wedderburn said last night he had
passed the store about U o'clock Wcdne-s-da
night, but saw nothing suspicious A
patrolman reported he had tried the door
to the store about 250 o'clock In the
morning It was locked.
PROTECTION FOR SUBURBS.
"Water Hydrnnts May Be Installed
After Jaly 14.
The perilous condition in which the sub
urb of Kcnilworth is placed on account
of a lack of water mains will be relieved,
for an appropriation for the laying of
necessarj mains and tho Installation of
fire hydrants will become available
More than a dozen houses in Kenllworth
have been burned in the last year, and
the need of more adequate fire protection
Is strongly felt.
MuDTon's Cold Remedy Kelleres the
head, tbroat and lungs almost immediate
ly. Checks Fevers, stops Discharges of
the nose, takes away all aches and pains
caused by colds. It cures Grip and ob
stinate Coughs and prevents Pneumonia.
Write Prof. Munyou, 63rd and Jefferson
Sts, Phlla, Pil, for medical ad vie, ab
- rhotn by hdmocetna.
Five Alleged Loan Sharks
Investigations in Other
Labor Nagel. and Maj bvletcr had no
report to make as the result of their in
vestigations William I. Currv. one of the accused
men. who will make his defense to Mr
Ralph to-dav, would saj nothing list
night about lis pimp l'e soemed to
think It was i foregone conclusion that
h ind the other four mn among them
Orville Butler would loe their positions
"It is impossible f0r mo jo rnike a
statement si id Mr Currv I realize
the predirTment we are in, and I care
rothing about public opinion 1 will muke
niv defense to Director Rilph. and if
h.- se-s fit to give ir lut, verv well
few tears ago emploes of the Gov
ernment lYintlng Office and several of
the other departments were discharged
for the same offense, and it is the con
sensus of opinion among those who know
that no monej lenders aro to be tolerated
in the service
At the request of his attornevs. the
preliminary hearing in Waple's case was
vestprdav continued in the Police Court
until March Waplo is nt libertv un
dir pjn bond, furnished bv his father
ACQUITTED BY JURY.
John . Onrrlnnn Found Ant (nllty
of Robbery Clinme.
John A Garrison, who appeared in the
prisoners dock vesterdav in a sailor's
uniform was acquitted of the charge of
robberv bv a jury In Justice right'"?
He wns charged with relieving Marion
Williams, a Virginia farmer, of two
watches and JK" on December 13 last.
Two dai later illiams reported his loss
to the police Garrison in tho meantime
pawned the witch, which, however, was
The hr:t time the case was called Gar
rison produced a doctor's certificate stat
ing that he was sick The case was post
poned un,til Hebruarj 2G, and when it was
called the sailor failed to answer. His
bond nas forfeited
Garrison had gone to Norfolk, where
he enlisted tn the navy. His bondsman,
Malcolm Stewart, followed him, got him
off the U. S S. Richmond, and brought
him back to Washington, Ironed both
bands and feet
Garrison's plea and defense was that
he won the monev and the two watches
in a iriendlj game of crap, that the very
idea of appropriating to himself strange
property had never occurred to him In
all his born davs. He was represented
by Attorney R. L. Miller
WIFE ASKS FOR DIVORCE.
Sirs. Ishcnrood Annies Co-respondent
in Her Suit.
In her suit for divorce from Harry F.
Isherrwood. filed yesterday. Mrs. May
Isherwood makes the allegation that "in
the fall of 1206 her husband began to show
indications of indifference, and on nu
merous occasions refused to speak to her
or have anything to do with her for sev
eral days at a time.
"About this time he also began to re
main out until unreasonable hours at
night, and frequently remained away from
his home the entire night. He frequent
ly swore at me, and said to me and to
others ho wished he were free of his
Mrs Ishcrwood also alleges infidelity
and names a co-respondent, and charges
her husband with excessive uso of liquor
and nonsupport The plaintiff savs her
husband Is employed at a salary of $S0 a
month, and that he was married July J?,
1902. at Baltimore, Md.. and that there
are no children.
Want Lower Rates on Wool.
The wool growers of eighteen States
west of tho Mississippi River have begun
a movement for lower freight rates on
raw wool to "eastern and Atlantic sea
board points. Through the National Wool
Growers' Association they filed a formal
complaint yesterday with tho. Interstate
Commerce Commission against the
Union Pacific, Northern Pacific, Southern
Pacific, and other transcontinental lines
and their Eastern connections, including
th6 Pennsylvania Railroad, the Erie Rail
road, tho New York Central, and others.
Snes for f. 10,000 Damages.
Raymond G. Eberly yesterday filed suit
against tho City and Suburban Railway
Company for $10,000 damages for personal
injuries. Eberly alleges mat on Decem
ber 6 last one of the cars of tho defend
ant company knocked him down, inflict
ins serious and permanent injuries.
Nor York. Hants SL Anited oat: Oltic, at
Genoa; Mnaha. at London; President Grant, at
Sailed from fcrtdan ports: St. Paul, fleas Qbmds
tow; rsuflsjliaala, fnoa'Hamljo "
The announcement that th trial of
Philip J. Roche, accused of making a
handbook on the races, would be con
tinued in tho Police Court vesterday, at
tracted a large crowd to the court room.
Among those present were a number of
the other alleged bookmakers who arel
awaiting their turn to be tried on similar
The day's proceedings did not bring
the trial to a close and the court ad
journed late In tho afternoon, after the
defendant had been examined bv his
counsel, with the understanding the trial
would be resumed on Mondiy morning
Joshua C Jubb. the government's prin
cipal witness, was recalled to the stand in
order to be further cross-questioned by
Attorney Lee Harlow for the defense
The attorncv demanded to know If Jubb
had been promised Immunity by the gov
ernment for his share in the "making"
of the case
Hintn nt Immunity.
"Did Assistant District Attornev Given
or any of the elctcctlves employed on the
case at any time promise you Immunity
from prosecution for what jou did for
them, or did they at any time Inform
vou that jou. In turn, might be brought
before the bar of justice for a violation
of tho statute regarding handbook mak
ing"" was one of tho questions asked
by the attorncv for the defense.
"No. thev dio. not, ' came the some
what frightened answer from Jubb, "but
I thought that it would be all right, be
cause I was working for them "
Further questioning brought out the
fact that the witness had never been
formally summoned to court, but that
Detective Howes had told him over the
telephone to appear when the case was
It was evident from the trend of the
questions put bi the attorney for the de
fence that an effort would be made to
Indict Jubb himself for a violation of
the statute concerning making books if
later events made this advisable.
Harrv B Cllne was the next witness
called by the prosecution He testified
I that on April H last he entered Roche's
1 placo of business, at 13T3 E street north
Iwest. and made a bet with the proprietor
Ion a hors-e race After a spirited dls
cusslon between Attorney Wilton J Lam
Ibert for the defense and Assistant DIs
itrict Attornev Ralph Given the court
ruled the Introduction of certain slips
found in Rocbe s possession at the time
I of the raid was allowable, and Cllne
Identified one or tne.se as tne one wnicn
he claimed to have given Roche at the
time he gave his commission
Detectives Give Testimony.
Detectives Meser, Howes, and Cox
f'f nct examined in order, and the do
tails concerning the raid on Roche's saloon
were gone Into Detective Howes told of
tho finding of marked bills in Roche's
cash register, and claimed that the
were the same that he had given to
Jubb that morning for the purpose of
betting Ho also said that he had given
Jubb $15 for each case that he had
"made. ' and had allowed him $3 to 110
a day for expenses, allowing him to keep
his winnings No itemized account of
the-e transactions was turned in to the
police department, said the witness, but
all went down under the head of "ex
panses. ' He further said that he did not
know the total sum of these "expenses "
After two defense witnesses had been
heard. Roche himself took the stand, and
in the course of his testimonj claimed
that Jubb had duped him Into becoming
a partv to the transaction bv leaving a
slip of paper on the bar Just as ho
picked up the paper to examine it, Roche
said, he was arrested and hurried to
Roche also claimed that ono of the uni
formed officers, whom he was unable to
Identify, answered his telephone when It
rang, and informed his ten-year-old
daughter that "if she wanted to locate
her papa, she had better call up the
First precinct police station." When ask
ed to point out the officer who had been
guilty of this breach of etiquette, the
defendant admitted that he was unable
to do so. and added that his treatment at
the station-house had been all that he
could ask for
At tho conclusion of the examination
of Roche the court adjourned until Mod
dav morning. wh n the trial will be re
sumed, probablv commencing with the
cross-examination of tho defendant by
the prosecuting attornev
BOARD TO END DISPUTE.
Croxler and Director RaJpb
Earned by the Preldent.
Gn. "vV. H. Cro-der. U. S. A., and Di
rector Joseph E. Ralph have been selected
by President Taft to form a board, select
a third member, ana seme a aispuie oe-
twecn the Weather Bureau and the Hy
drographic Office over the preparation of
charts and maps for the use of mar
These commissioners will form a plan
whereby a saving of $200,000 a year can be
made by avoiding duplication of effort in
the making of charts. They will submit
their report to the Cabinet through the
economy and efficiency commission.
Vcgroca Thank Taft.
A delegation of negroes, headed by
John G. Napier, of Nashville. Tenn., re-
cenUy appointed Register of the Treas
ury, and Whltcfleld McKlnlay. collector of
the port of Georgetown, went to the
White House yesterday to thank Presi
dent Taft for his letter of confidence to
Booker T. Washington. The delegation
characterized the letter to the negro edui
cator as "splendid."
WHETHER OX INFANT OR GROWN
PERSON. CURED BV ZEUO
AND ZE3IO SOAP.
AN UNUSUAL. OFFER.
The O'Donnell drug stores say to every
person, be It man, woman, or child, who
has an irritated, tender, or Itching skin
to come to our htore and procure a bottle
of 52EMO and a cake of ZEMO toap and
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STOVE THIEF SENTENCED.
John DennLs, a "ejiro, AMII Spend a
tear in the District Jail.
Having entered a plea of guilty to three
charges of stealing stoves. John Dennis,
an elderly negro, was vesterdav sen
tenced by Judge Mullowny to spend a
tear in the District Jail
The stoves were the propertv of L,vdla
McPheron and Klizabeth Johnson, and
they Informed the court that the had
felt the loss of the articles keenlj last
night, and would be much obliged if the
Judge would see that they were returned
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?It 11TH ST. NW. 'Phone Main 5301.
APPLEBT On Thursdaj, March C3 1911.
at the residence of Mrs T Ritchi
Stonp. 1717 Connecticut avenue. LIL
LIAN STONE, only child of George
1 . jr. and Lillian Stone Applebv.
aged one vear and two months
EEXHAM- Suddenlj. at his home, on
March 21. 1911. Maj HENRY HII L
BENHAM. V. S A . retired, son of
the late Gn Henry Washington Ben
ham and Elizabeth Ann McNeil
Interment in Congres'-'onal Cemetery
Fridav morning. Marcn '1A
DUKE On Thursdaj, March 3, 1911. a'
fi 30 a. m . at the residence of h 1
brother. TZl fjirard street northwest.
RAYMOND W. DUKE, aged twenty
Funeral service will take place in
Charlestown W Va on Saturdav,
March 25. at 11 a m
FELAND-On Wcdnci-da. March 23. 1311
at the residence of ber son-in-lavv
Chariest K Gannon. 2S17 Q stiwt
northwest Mrs MARY ALLEN FE
LAND. widow of Dr. William Feland
of Hopkinxville. Ky . in the seventj
eventh vear of her ace
Funeral at the residence at 2 p m .
Saturday, March Interment at
Arlington (Louisville, Kv , papers
GORDON On Thursday. March 23, 1911,
at 2 30 a m . at Providence Hospital.
ELIZABETH V GORDON fnee Cal
lahan), beloved wife of Benjamin K
Gordon, in the twenty-sixth vear of
Funeral from her late residence. 712 G
street southwest, Saturdav, March 2T.
at 10 a. m . thence to St Dominic'"
Church, where high requiem mass will
be held Relatives and friends re
spectfully invited. Interment at
Mount Olivet Cemetery.
HAILER Suddenlj , on Wednesday.
March 22. 1111. at 1120 p. m. Mr
CATHERINE B HAILER. widow of
Charles W. Hailer. native of Con
stance, Germanv, aged seventy vears
Funeral Saturday, March 25 at 3 30 p
m, from the residence of her daugh
ter, Mrs John E Mills. 1227 F street
northeast Friends and relative, in
vited (Philadelphia papers please
HERBERT On Thursdav. March 23. 1911
at 1 45 a m , at her residence. 1121
Sixth street northwest, MONTREY
TAYLOR HERBERT. widow of
William K Herbert
Funeral services (private) at 2 o'clock
on Saturdav. March 25
JOHNSON On Wcdnesd-iv. March 25.
1311. at 3 o'clock. REUBEN, husband
of the late Winnie Johnson and the
beloved father of Martha Robinson.
Eliza Tyler. Hattie Hurd, and George
Funeral services Saturday March 25.
at the residence of his daughter, Mrs.
Eliza Tvlcr. 1207 Twentv -fifth street
northwest, at 3 o'clock: thence to the
I nion Wesley Church. A. M. E. Zion.
Twentv -third street between L and M
KING On Wednesdav, March 22. 1311. at
Providence Hospital. WYVILL D.
KING, aged twenty-three vears.
Funeral from the residence of his
parents, 328 Tenth street northeast.
Friday. March 24, at 3 30 p m. (Balti
more papers please copy.)
KRJ"ITER On Wednesday. March X
1311, at 9 40 p m . of paralv sis. FAN
NIE MARGARET, beloved wife of
James Monroe Kreltcr and mother of
Robert E. P and James Monroe
Kreiter. jr. in her fifty-fourth vear.
Relatives and friends are Invited to
funeral services at Congressional
Cemetcrv Chapel on Saturday. March
25. at 2 30 o'clock.
LLOYD On Thursdav. March 23. 1911, at
3-40 a m . BARCLAY LLOYD, of
Purcellvillc, Va.. aged seventy-three
MATTEsON At Washington Heights
Hospital. Broadway anc 18Tth street.
New York Citv. a' 2.30 p. m,
Wednesday, March 22. 1911. Mrs.
WILLIAM F MATTESON.
Funeral will be held it West Perrys
burg. N . Fridav, March 24 (Out-of-town
papers please copy.)
O'KEEFE On Wednesday. March 22.
J31I at 10 a. m , at the residence of
Thomas F. Hering. 23 Qulncy place
northwest JOHN J., beloved husband
of Lillian S. O'Kecfc. aged thirty
High mass at St. Martin s Church
Saturday morning at 9 'o'clock. Rela
tives and friends Invited.
THAW At his residence. 1123 Eleventh
street. COLUMBUS THAW, In his
Funeral (private) Saturday afternoon.
WOOD Departed this life, on Thursday,
March 23. 1911. FRANK E, youngest
son of Richard I. and the late Mary
E. Wood and beloved husband of
Funeral from his late residence, 1204 I
street southeast, on Saturday, March
25, at 3 p. m. Relatives and friends
invited to attend.
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