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XE WASHINGTON HEBALD, TUESDAY, MABCH 28, 1911.
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Tf you take a gloom v view, as votir journey you pursue, yon
will have a car jaunt, crctlmg nothing that yru want, for the
man who aluas knock finds In pathway strewn with rocks. In
our village there's a man who has followed up this plan, saying, as
he jogged along that all things on earth are wrong . and the gods
have wear grewn of his dismal monotone, and thev surely make
him prance eer time they have a chance Tf a thunderstorm is
loose, lightning hits his cheap caboose: if a flood is raging round,
he's the onlv one that's drowned: if the fire fiend tsits town, it
will burn his ha stack- down, and hi- pig? all roam astray, and his
hens hae ceased to la. and his daughters all elope, and his heart
is oid of hope For the man who alwas wails of misfortune sel
dom fails to encounter all there is of that melanchoh biz.
CopnJeht U lGnrve Matlheir Adaaivl WaIT MASON.
WIFE ASKS FOR DIVOBCE.
"Wr. IIorenc W. Turner Charcea
Htuhand l)srl-d Tlrr.
Askins the ourl to Rrant hfr the cus
lodj vf her tuo children and to tnjoin
her husband from intent rin with net
nnd her children, llr Uortm-e Wallace
Turner eUerda filed suit for mainte
nance and support against George W
The Turners ucre rrarued October 11
J5. In Bilnmore Mrs. Turner alles. a
th.it hrr hvband dperted her last Oc
tober She also churls lntutllclent "tip
port Mr Fannie Hall eIrda filed suit
for divone Irom Leonidai H Hall, a
Boi prnmrat employe, (Siunrmp; cruclf
fiho says H.ill instituted uuorce prtveed
iniys in Maryland and a-k a decree of
licx own Mrs Halt says tht-v were mar
ried March 2 1S95. at Plvmouth Church
PICKFORD PUTS TIP BOND.
Will Appear for Trial on Chance of
Thomas H Pickford, indicted for al
leged briberv of a witness in a case
pending in the District Supreme Court.
Mterdaj appeared in court and cave
12 W bnil He was accompanied h hi
j.ltorne H Prescott Gatlev. and his
son. Percy W Pickford. who qualltieu
ts surety on his father's bond
William J Dusan and John H Walter
jpintrv indicted with Pickford saie bond
in the Police Court list week
Wild Wrat ShoTr CotnlnK.
Washmston lans wfll have a ta.ste of
"WUd West" :ene and incidents on
April C and IS. when Buffalo Bill and
Pawnee Bin will be her" with their com
bined thows They will open the 1311
Reason in the, Capital r"it
Accnsations of Gnards With
Allc?citions Said to Be Uinor-
thy of Notice.
Branded a (lie !pifcfnIConipalniii
of a Fctt Dlscharjted employes
Who Are So Ungrateful a to Hide
Their Own Uliidecdn by Attempting
to MaUe a Seapeoat of the Saprr
Jiicndciit" Row a Cloned Incident.
After weeks of investigation of
high-sounding accusations brought
against the management of the
District workhouse at Occcquan,
Va., including the printing of col
umns of alleged news, gossip, and
heavy editorials and lengthy discus
sion by high and low officials, the
District Commissioners yesterda
officially dismissed the charges.
or.v ojvk m:iut:.
Onn hearing was sufficient to convince
tho Commissioners that the changes were
wiUiout foundation unworthy of serioua
"They can scarcely be called charscs
at all." said Commissioner Itmlolph yes-
torday afternoon. "They are BO more
than tho spiteful complaints of a few
discharged employes, who are 80 ungrate
ful as to hide their own misdeeds by
attempting to make a scapegoat, of their
"We could not possibly convict SupU
Whlttaker on the grounds presented by the
men who brought the charges, for -we
found them to be absolutely without
foundation. We have discovered the ex
istence of no mismanagement at Occo
quan. To the contrary tho institution
seems to be running admirably, and Supt.
Whlttakcr'a administration Is entirely
satisfactory to tho Commissioners.
The single hearing of the charges was
hold more than a week ago The Com
missioners have studied the sltuaUon
carefully, and have weighed the testi
mony of tho complainants. The testi
mony of Supt. Whlttaker was taken. He
refuted the charges, staUng the men
who made them were "a set of worthless,
dissatisfied, and often drunken men." He
explained the various methods of pun
ishment administered to refractory con
victs, convincing the Commissioners that
thojreformatory methods wcretho most
To Wore Hearlnsru.
Commissioner Rudolph stated another
hearing will be unnecessary, and that as
far as the Commissioners aro concerned
the affair is a closed Incident.
It Is understood the men who mado
the t harges are not anxious to carry
tl-em to other authorities. The history
of the matter is rather Involved Sev
eral months nno a discharged guard
claimed the institution at Occoquan was
badly manned: thit Intoxicating liquors
were smuggled Into tho workhouse and
sold to the prisoners and consumed In
large quantities by the officials In charge
It also was claimed by Supt.
Whlttaker's accusers that prisoners
were tied by the thumbs and thus ktpt
securely In their cells for hours
visrroBs bukn to death.
Womnn and Three Children Perlnh
in Fire at ItelntiTes' nome.
Harrodsburg. Kj . March 37 In the
destruction of the home of J T Veach
by fire, four miles from here, early to
day. Mrs J M. Bridges and her three
children burned to death Her parenti",
Mr and Mrs each, and their three
children escaped with flight burns. Mrs
Bridges wag the wife of an evangelist
of Bath, N. C. and was visiting her parents.
CHARGES AGAINST WHITE
WILL BE PRESENTED SOON
42M2S 71b SlretL
417-425 Ilk Street
Ladies' Iawn Dressing
Sacqucs, of good quality lawn,
in neat patterns; some with
Dutch neck; others with perfect-fitting,
round collar ;
gathered at okc and belted at
waist: tucked back: new
bishop sleeves, with cuff-.; 7.1c
PARDONS TO WALSH
AND MORSE DENIED
Taft .Refuses Clemency
Attorney Evans Announces He Will File Them With
Secretary Fisher, Alleging Mismanagement
of Insane HospitaL
Form il charges will be filed with Wal
ter I.i Fisher, Secretary of the Interior,
against tr William A White, superin
tendent of the Government Hospital for
the Insane, some time this week bv
Richard P Evans, who last Friday made
the charge that the asylum was mis
managed, and that the frequency with
which patients escape from Howard
Hall, the building used for the housing
of the criminal insane. Is a menace to the
PecTetarv Fisher ald iesterday he did
not intend to do anything in the matter
unt'l the charges were fonnallv pre
sented to him Mr. Evans is now prepar
ing his data
CharRes thit the asvlum I not ade
quately equipped in case of fire were
v Iporouslv denied b Ir White and
his assistants at the hospital jestcrday
Dr White said about 5X had been
spent m equipping the institution with an
electrical lire alarm system and more
than S3",000 in erecting tire escapes and
fireproohng many of the older buildings
Out of tho forty buildings on the
grounds, eight are equipped with Iron
fire escapes on the outside of the build
ings. Others have what is termed fire
wtllh. which arc fireproof inclosnrcs lo
cated In the center of the buildings Iron
steps lead from the top of the welLs to
the first floors where iron doors lead
to one of the halls
Besides the fire escapes and the fire
alarm system the only protection the
asylum has of Its own Is an antiquated
fire engine and about a hundred feet
of hose About six ears ago. Qr White
said. Chief Belt passed upon the merits
of the fire protection and pronounced It
Chief "Wagner said yesterda thit. to
the best of his knowledge, the alum
was amplj protected from fire, but that
a doubt existed in his mind as to the
efficiency of the water pressure He said
he knew nothing of the fire wells The
fireproofing and fire alarm systems were
authorized In the sundry civil appropria
tion bills of m and 1301. when $33.W
and $5,01 respectively, were appro
priated The necessity of protecting th
lives of the Inmates was then full
It became Known here jestcrday that
President Taft will not exorcise executive
clemency In the cases, of Charles W
Morse, the New York banker, and "Ice
King ' anil John It Wal-.li, the Chicago
financier, two of the most prominent men
e er put in prison 1 the Federal author
ities for violation of the national bank
Walsh will be eligible to parolo in
Peptemher and It is believed that this
figured in his cae He is in Iy;av en
worth penltentiarv nc was sentenced
to five j ears
Morse Is In the Atlanta pen'itenUary
He was sentenced to fifteen ycirs and
his served but a short part of his term.
I'nder the pafolc law he would have to
serve one-third of his term, or five ycarh,
to become eligible to parole
I S. Dort. AmcclUirr Wmlhr Hurron.
Wafhinston. Vloaday March 1911-3 n. m.
The ftnnn over ismnvin Sunday nisht has
moicd rastvard In Btrrn OoUno bHne n
trrd cner tMt section at 8 p. m. Vlordaj mrht
R has caafi rain orrr Nrw KnsJtnd tad th9
Middlr States the Ohio and Tennmw tallfjrs
and rain Uirainr into nxrw oer the Lakes, some
rain bat also fallen in t-e South Atlantic Slate
and rain or snow over scattered sections of the
extreme North ireM.
Midnight. M - a. m, 51. 4 a m. 51 6 a. m.
52. S a. m. K 19 a. m. M 12 noon. 61 In. m,
70 i p. m. 71 in. 61 8 p. m. SI, 10 p. m.
SO Muimu&i Tt minimum 3)
RelatiTr lnunidllt 8a.m. 18 2p.m. S3 Sp.
n- .. Rainfall ( n. m. to S p. m.1, 0 3. Hours
of unhinr. 1 3. Per cent of prwraWe sunshine. 39
Tnaintam same date last rear Maximum, 5
Temperatures In Other Cities.
Temperature In other efties. tcctbfr with the
amount of rainfall for the twenty four hours coded
at 3 p. m ycaterdar. are as follows:
Max. Mm. San. lalL
Answer the Coffee
Question for Yourself
We force been tfJIfog you that
iMABXHA WASHINGTON is better
coScfftan yoahaye-been'Tjsirrg. We have
hrwa fefling you why it is better. But there is
omy ooe way to wracn vua can assure yourseu
fVixS- tt-ic- lH -fT rrrwi Urit m-1 U f hnf 1 itrwmrl vo-
"The First Coffee of the Land"
IteamoanttrflrlARTHAWASmNGTON Coffee J
used by tbBboosewiTes of Washington today is truly Ul
remarkable. That's became of the truly remarkable
quaEty of MARTHA. WASHINGTON Coffee. Just
how TcaTtarkable, a-trialanister wiD-tEH yon.
Ask Your Groasr for
the Red Canister
Manhattan-Coffee Mills, he
JttBttePLijiiJLIMtfrihntrr, . tfjihinxtnn ft f,
Vrthin- nrnrer 35. and Vera O fJuUrndrn.
S. both of St. Ijoms. Mo. Hot. James O. Wnjht
A. J VToodfork. 2) and Mamie K. ShormaD. St.
Iter. Oeorjr K. Dudlcj
Ettc Simms. S and Fintai ChUds. 2. Ber.
B T. W. rrrw.
Ahrarara Oir, Si, and Jennie fWlms IUt.
1. U Cowthrr.
Ohane P DMev (S year, fl) T . rnr
John P. Bcnham ro year" Oor. ITosn. for Invne
Krrd Korark 68 jear Tubercnlosis Hop.
FVank O Ran- vmv HXG 12h si .
nrrrr White E jcars. 300 ? st. nw.
John R. Karnum. Tl jears, CEth and errit ate..
Lanrdon P C.
IvluutN-lh n. Stone, 71 years. ITS Columbia rd. rnr.
Stephen Ilmldra, W years, Protfdence Hosp.
Wit H. Maddox. 7 jrar nJ N Capitol n.
AtpPrtiis ileCreary. C ycar-v Ecxrcenry nosp.
JosephiDe C. llerer. 53 jtbct. HOT Soih t- nw.
Infant of vrtbur and F31a Cooper, 13 mmntes,
Nat. Homeo Ho.
Thomas ffreir 27 tcui. Warfl. Asjiuin Horhv
Georgia nankins. SS years, HO 1st at. nw.
Lney SUley. S years. Tuberrnlosls Hasp.
Joseph Haywood. T! yean. TuberailoiM Ilanp.
Georse Washlncton. 3 yrari. 710 15th M. na.
Arthur Uathmcs, 37 years, Toberculosi IIosp.
To Cirrr- a Cold In One Day
Take tiAXATIVB BTtOHO Quinine Tablets. Dror-
Cists refund money it It falls to cure. E.
UROVK'S aizcarnra is on each box. 2c
vtnin. V. C M 41 0 0?
Vtlanta Oa. . 70 'O 51 001
Vtlandr Citr. V J V G 4 0 41
Bismarck. N. Da 31 1." Zi
WrXrm, 1U ... " 3 30 OS,
Kutlalo .N Y . V 41 M 0 M
Wirapj III 31 3 & 0 J)
Pinnnnati. Ohio . V V. 0 tS
rhoynne Wyo M 43
lUTenprrt, Iowa H U "O 0 03
Unuer. Colo - 62 14 58
Pes Moines Iowa. 40 IS T 0 JO
t.alrmlon Tex. .... 65 M M
Helena iloot. ... . 42 Tfi 35
lndiananolts. Ind . . 40 1) 0 01
JadwnilHe. Fla. 72 61 1 (K
Kansas Citr Mo .58 2R in ...
I.ittlr Hoi. Ark 62 10 Jf
n vnixles. Cal . ...... 65 5n fl
Mamnette. Mich .... 3 S 3) 4).j0
Memphis. Terra 60 42 55
New Orleans. La. 76 tf
"Vcit ork. V V. . . 54 41 ; 0 62
North Piatt-. Vebr. 62 16 75
Omaha. Nob-. 4fi 20 42 0 01
IVtsbu-s. Pa.. 66 16 J 0 10
Po-tland. Me. 41 38 .42 0 J)
Portland. Ores. 54 f. M
Salt lAkr City. Ctah ... 60 T2 55
St. Iuls. Mo. 50 32 0 01
ht. Paul. Minn. 3 II 3 0 08
Ban Francisco Cat.... . fo VI 62
Spnnirueid III. . 42 30 TS 0
Ticoma Wash. 52 C
Tampa. Fla. SO 6i1 72 '
Toledo Ohio. 51 32 0,23
VKJabors. Miss. 4 j6 58
To-day High tide. 6:27 a. m., 6i0 p. m.; tew
tide. 12 J8 a. m., 1237 p m.
To-morrow Hith tide. 710 a, ra 737 p. m.;
low tide. 131 a. m., 1-42 p. m.
HUMAN BONES IN CASE
PARTS OF TWO BODIES
Thorough Inquiry Made by Sheriff and Detectives
at Scene of Discovery Near Great Falls, Va.
Human bones, fourid in an oH suit
case, near Great Falls Sunday after
noon by rr. Frank B. Lanoy. are sup
posed to belong to tho bodies of two
This was learned after a thorough
Investigation yesterday by Sheriff J.
R. Allison, of Fairfax CSoanty. Va-, ac
cotnpairied by Detectives Warren and
Satrr. of th Washington police de
partment, who spent many hoars
se&rcbinc the surrounding1 territory In
an nTort to discover further erldence
of the supposed crime.
The- ground waa turned up In sev
eral ptaoos where traces of Are were
found, mm it Is believed the body or
horlles of the victims were burned fn
an effort to hjde the mtirder. If aach
- Ditecthw Warren said last night thai
the two pelvta bonea did not eor
rturpond, leading htm to think ino-ona
did not belong to one Individual.
The grewsoiM remains were taken
to Fbnstvflle, Va lata last night and
to-day an inrruMt will be ttaU by 'Mag
istrate J. W. Anderson to determine, If
posarfbli, the identity and means by
whtca tlhqinanbetnirsweira. tjgae to
to determine whether th bones were
severed from a male or female, body.
Residents of the vicinity are much
disturbed by what seems direct evi
dence of a crime. They say, however,
that the sections of tho skeleton could
have been brOutjht across the river
from the Maryland side and deposited
where they were found.
Detective Baur Is of the opinion that
medical students might have dissected
a cadaver on that particular spot, and
carried away all birt tho thlRh and pel
vic bones. It was learned that last
summer students had a camp In the
neighborhood, but they could no't be lo
Lsrfest. WoaM's OBttrpnnent Store South of New York.
IsMs "WE mURT COMPARISON - .
WE COURT COMPARISON.-
1106 G Street, Next to Corner of 11th,
Immense Variety of Styles
And nowhere will you find such
Jf Tailored Suits
Every Smart Fabric
Our Suits at 19, $25, & $35
Are $10 less than regular
Special Sale Foulard Dresses
at $15, $19, and $25
You'll not get a better opportunity to get a
Stylish Dress at very moderate prices.
Capital and fregU Otr OW.OMl I
as well as one of the
STRONGEST savings depos
itories in this city when yoa
depobit our money in this
r3T! 3IE IH.TE of fntert
paid on both larxce and aaall ae
ro nn tat.
and Trust Company.
Cor. 15th and N. Y. Ave.
William D. and Matilda Stewart. prL
Chirlrj ; and Jesie K. Slddnth, box.
ujU5t B. and Lillian B. reaper, girl.
Mjrr and Rniue FurT. bor.
IMacidn and cna ttusolo. girl.
Randolph T and Kiie II iolrt. boy.
IMward O and Brcbn M. Tinner, bos.
Waller T and Lillie S. Manln. prl.
J, Tbamaa and Bill C Elliott, crl.
C. Hecrr and Helena C Aschenbach ed.
John K. and Matilda kaldraback. crt.
I'rtrr A. and Helen Staados, bor
IjTfin and MrrU M lraler. boy
Wilfred and Catherine D OITntt. hoy.
Richard U and Caroline I. Ball. boy.
Ifcind J and Bertha J. Foley, tfrt.
Mn3riui and Frances Sehleehter. rW.
KTank A and Aenea Bnyder, boy.
John R and Mary E. Bowctu bny.
William P. and Mary Fi. Jones, toy.
Thoma I., and Laora (5. Ilnma. boy.
John S. and Annie II Hoenua, ciri.
aron and Ann Cocan. girt
John R. and Morsaitt E. Borbe. boy
Unorr I'- and Emma A. Steffey. boy
John Mae M. and Harriett W. a 1UD, boy.
Elnn R. and Mabellc Troid. boy
Arthnr and Selena Oootee. boy
Gilra and Lottie Hastnn. csrl
Charles and Anna Better, boy
Oorje Vi. and Fannie Peter, bny.
William and Adrll Coleman. Drt.
Arthnr U and Blanche U Scott, (irl.
Robert and Eleanor fi randy, boy.
John R. and Irene E. Pcmple. boy
Ctxrlei H. and CLtrlce MeEntree. rlrl
tTarkinB' Trial Thowday.
A "sacred concert" which Is altered to
have been far Irom sacred was the cause
of James Harkins' appearance at the
Police Conrt jestcrday. He waa arrested
at a local theater Sunday. The ease waa
continued until Thursday. Harkins was
released on ZZ collateral.
BARKER-On Sunday. March IS. 13T1. at
2J5 a. ra., at the residence of his
brother-in-law. E F. Parent, at LanK
don. D. C. GEORGE C. BARKER,
beloved son of the late William H.
Barker and Hattle V. Barker.
Relatives and friends a respectfully
invited to attend the services on
Wednesday, March 23, at 2 CO p. m.
Interment at Glen wood Cemetery.
GOODWIN On Sunday, March 2S, lSTi. at
12 M o"clock. at his residence 1617 V
street northwest. WTL.LJAM ENNETT
UOODWIN. husband of Isabel Good
win. Funeral from residence Wednesday;
March 29, at 2 o'clock. (Petersburg
papers please copy.)
HENDERSON-On Sunday, March 26.
1911. at 930 a. m., at her residence.
1J16 Twenty-seventh street northwest.
MARGARET HENDERSON, belOTed
wife of Walter Henderson.
Funeral services at Nineteenth Street
Baptist Church on Tuesday. March
28, at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends
invited. (Richmond papers please
KOSACK On Bunday. March 38. Mil. at
10 a. m . FREDERICK W husband
of Augusta Kosack. aged sixty-eufht
Funeral from chapel of Frank Geler
Sons. 1113 Seventh street northwest,
on Tuesday, March 28. at 2 p. m.
Relatives and friends Invited to at
tend. Interment at Rock Creek Ceme
tery. liEDERER On Sunday, March 36. Mil.
at 2 a. m , JOSEPHINE C. beloved
wife of Charles W. Lederer.
Funeral from her lata residence. 1107
Sixth street northwest. Tuesday,
March 2S, at 2 p. m. v
LEWIS Departed this life on Monday.
March 2Z, 1911. at 6.-J5 a. ro.. at bis
residence. 2110 Ward pl.ioei northwest.
JAMES H. LEWIS, the tMloved hus
band of the lata Lucy A. Lewis.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
RABBIA On Monday, Mnrrh 27, 1911, at
10 a. ni., Rer. 8. RAKBIA, pastor St.
Mary's Catholic Church, Hacerrtown.
Md., and for many years .assistant
rector of St. Peters Church, Wash
ington, p. C
Solemn high mass At 19 a. m. Thurs
day, March 30. at St. Peter's Church,
Washington. D. C. Friends tnvlted.
SMITH On Monday, March 27, 1911, at
6 a. m.. at her resldimca. at Seventh
street northeast. FMiLT McK.
SMITH fnee Dally), daughter of E.
H. Babbitt and mother of Richard E.
ana Thomas W. Smith.
Funeral at 10 ao a. m. Wednesday.
I DO HOUSE PAINTING
Let Me Estimate.
John H. Hinrichs
1210 New York Ave.
Formerly Superintendent H. Newton
A table Wine of oft.
pleasant taste, $3.00 a
dozen. Only at
THE FAMILY QUALITY HOUSE I
909 7th St. .No branch houam.
Wetfdta? Rttep&HS. Ftm Catering.
815 10TH ST. N. W.
A Delicious Peanut Butter
Aak Your Grocer.
Vegetarian Food Mfg. Co.
Aeerpt No Substitute.
No Other Buckwheat
Self -raising wheat. Trj . paduga aad proto
C7At joor grocer a. No ihimiiiw ra auAHiwli
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO.
WnOLESALK GROCEBS, lltt aid It ats. ae.
VIAT SCIENCE OF HEALTH. NAT-
nral. nonsurgical: 400-p. book free. Apply
by mall. 918 Colorado Bids. Free lector
for women Wednesday at iJ p. w.
-I NB7EB VrSATTODfT."
Mv Personal Typewriter Letters
go DIRECT to your customer and
produce DIRECT results.
BYRON S. ADAMS. EM
Hartshorn's Shade Co.
EXdnaife Manufacturer cf Wiodov Shade.
IM UTH ST. XW. ThBO Mala .
JOSEPH CAWLER'S SOUS,
mvS rnmajlTsnla iicm nmmrat.
ptL Telertoo. afaia MM.
W. TL PUMPHHEY & SOW,
FCNEBAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMfBS.
IS roortenth St. nw.
ChrpcL fbeat North 9KB.
J. WILLIAM LEE, Panerml Dlretr
and Embalmer. Lltrrj in cenmctlOB. Comaodtoo
Chapel and Modrrfl Crematorhrm. Ucdest nrlett.
as Prnsajlrtnia aro tw. Tclephoo. Main 1WL
GE0BGE P. ZTTRHOBST,
SOI Eaat Capitol Street.
(M Kmt DeKrlptleo-Modenttlj Frio
rautral IVttfss. rnnml Dfttro
GEO. Ci SHAFFER,
Bnnttfal Saral deafa wry maenlDk ta eriea.
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