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THE WASHINGTON HERAm WEDNESDAY. MAY 1.. 1912.
420 to 421 7ik St!
417 ii 425 Itk t
35-inch $1.00 Black
Taffeta for 75 c
Strom:. lustrous, and all-pure silk,
perfect In every respect, beauti
fully finished and a Jet black.
It trill plve satisfactory
service. The regular 11.00 r
35-inch $1.00 Black
All pure silk, perfectly finished,
and very lustrous, beautiful Jet
black: very much in, de
mand this season. The r '
regular Jl quality, for a flC
35-inch $1.00 Black
Heavy, stronc: a good crow
black, with a. high satin finish.
Absolutely perfect ana wears
as well as any -silK made.
The 1.00 quality, to-day
"See Etz and See Better"
EDWIN H. ETZ
1003 " STREET
Need to be brought
to Georges'. Quit
and other Foot
Ailments. We can
boast of the "better kind"
GEORGES & SON, Inc.
1214 F N. W.
High-grade Wines, Liquors,
and Table Delicacies.
A complete line of the choicest
variety. EvoryUjins the best at
LOWER THAR THE USOAL PRICES.
IBM 14lhSLH.W. North 813.
W. D. CO.
COFFEE, 25c LB.
W. D. BREAKFAST COFFEE, 28c LB.
The discriminating coffee user
will find an unusual flavor and
aroma seldom found except In the
10 JCoulilana Ave.
Tafephone Main 530.
bSPECIAW" ATTENTION' GIVEN TO
LM; CLOCKS. CHI3IE CLOCKS,
'Phone or drop noitaL Will call amd
A. O. HUTTERLY.
TI3IEPIECE EXPEIIT FOR U. S. GOVT.
71 n St. is. XV. Tnone 31. 398.
"The Best Dry-cleaning Plant in the
City." A Home Industry.
W. H. FISHER
Careful and finished work in
cleaning and dyeing; of Ladles' Suits,
Gowns. Gloves, and Laces.
The most expensive materials can
be Intrusted to tit
709 9ih .Street N. W.
Best Work. Moderate Prices.
'Phone Main 1152. No other
1205 New York Avenue.
Emitl CflAfv CfAoV Plain WVtA TMa-
rX toes. Coffee. 2Bc
GLASS FOR AUTOMOBILE
We are making s specialty et
till line of work. Our charges
in exceptionally reasonable.
HODGKIN'S Family Paint Store
813 SEVENTH STREET
FULL QUART. JSe. OSLT AT
909 Seventh Street
Tie Beit litis
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Also 420 N. Charles St,
KING HORSE HAS
Society to Pay Tribute to
His Equine Majesty at
TANBAKK KING READY
Hational Capital Hone Show Opens
This Afternoon with Many
When to-day's sun has wheeled two
hours past high noon. Washington society
In all its May Day splendor will throng
to a slanting grand stand, which over
looks a tanbark ring; to pay its respects
to his equine majesty. King Horse, for
this Is the opening day of the second
annual National Capital Horso Show.
The horse show grounds, at Eighteenth
and C Streets Northwest, are In readi
ness for the event, and hundreds of
horses are champing In their stalls In
anticipation of the victories to bs theirs.
while Impatient and grinning grooms are
plaiting glossy manes in preparation for
the reception of ribbons blue, red, yel
low, and white.
Thoroughbreds Are Ready.
Tanbark was laid yesterday In the show
ring preparatory to the opening events
this afternoon. On the sodded exercise
path outside the ring nearly 300 thor
oughbreds were marched up and down
by stable boys before the critical eyes of
owners and exhibitors. Many of the
hunters were put over the bars for prac
Left to rlBht aotdfinder. Prides
flE mUm VA
lsnnnnnnnnnnnnnVstnnnnnnR(satY ssf bT Hw
Is? 1 Ilv 11 . 4JL I'as&joS
s. - - - - r.-
Rifle, and Tlsatnsrton Belief,
through their paces in preparation for
the various contests of the day.
The first event is scheduled for 2 o'clock,
but fifteen minutes before this the an
nual parade of the Washington Road
Drivers and Riders' Association will
take place. A large number of team and
single horses will be driven by members,
according to L. D Sale, president of the
association. The parade will be led by
Gen Nelson A. Miles' turnout. With him
will ride P. V. De Graw, both past presi
dents of the association. Following them
will come Representative Isaac R. Sher
wood, of Ohio, driving his pacers. Prince
D. and Robert Kernan. which hate rec
ords of 2.MH and 2:OS, respectively. Other
horses in the parade will be Biddy Mc-
Glnity and Lady McDermott, driven by
Edwin B. De Graw; White Ghost, the
well known road horse of John O. Gheen,
and his new team, Boscobel and Cieophas.
W. Dunworth will show Ilobson
Boy, and J- A. Jones will drive Miss
Kushan. Charles Weater and Bernard
Dougherty will display new driving
horses. A number of circuit trotters and
pacers, including Michael Morris' Kovonl,
. nana Hilda and Keapnnceps, M.
Heflln's Sleeping Ander. and D. J
McCarthy's Black Fatchen will be in the
parade. Trotters owned by Robert
Brown, of the Herring Hill stock farm,
of Virginia, will be shown. President
Sale will diie his roadster.
Many Llght-rrclsht Charges.
After the parade, the thoroughbred
stallion class will be summoned into the
ring, following which fourteen light
weight chargers will contend for a cup
and two cash prizes. The entries in the
light-weight charger class are: The Pink
Un. Lieut. Francis Ruggles; Lag, Lieut.
C. S. Bradford: Bolo, Troop B. Fifteenth
Cavalry; Rebel, Lieut A. D. Searles;
Dillard, Lieut. J. W. Downer; Dixie,
Lieut. F. W. Stewart, Graybelt, Lieut.
C S. Patton, Jr.; Enchantress, Lieut. Col.
T. S. Foltz; Roy, Lieut. CoL F. S. Foltx;
Phoenix Park. W. 1L Carter: Dan Cole,
Capt. Frank McCoy: Rapid Flight, Capt.
R. J Fleming: Fleo, Lieut. R. N. Whit
ney, and Steptoe,.Capt. R. N. Wallach.
Shortly after this will come the ralra of
roadsters In which Rtiby and Norcata,
entered by E. T. Stotesbury, of Philadel
phia; Billy JucGlnty and Lady McDer
mott. P. V. De Graw; Cieophas and
Boscobel, J. O. Gheen. and Nellie 8. and
mate, . j. Bellman, will contend.
Gig horses aro another class. This
contest win be for a prize cup presented
by Joseph Lelter. Five horses aro en
tered. They are The Illustrator, Miss
iouia .Lang, or Kansas city; Consterna
tion, also Miss Long's entry: Pride o'
Prides, Edward B. McLean; Moonshine,
Fairmont Farms, and Attica. Miss Ma.
The same horses, with the addition f
iay wiicnam, iTlar. and Supreme, en
tries, respectively, of the Fairmont
Farms and H. L. Pierce, of Leonmln-
ster, Mass.. are entered in another sis
Green Hunter Entries.
The biggest class of the afternoon Is
for light-weight green hunters. Among
incso are aiaj. .Henry x. Allen s. The
Dargle, a four-year-old chestnut gelding;
ur. cary T. Grayson's Morlass; Wan-
oerer, an entry by Miss Gladys Earle,
of Philadelphia; Merry Xmas and Gunga
Din, owned by Julian Morris, of Kes
wick, Va, and Richmond, the property
of M. C. Bazen. will be seen In this
The show is under the direction of "!al
;R- M. Thompson, president; Francis M.
ware, general manager; A. D. Addison,
ctreiary, ana .aiaj. Menry t; Allen,
chairman of the executive committon.
the. other members of which are Gen.
C R. Edwards. William Llttauer. w. w
Brownson, and M. C Hazen.
Gen. Leonard Wood. W. P. JEno, and
TRT mUKiNE NeefLs7
EYE REMEDY t va u. u
Ulld Fenn. Kb. fiOe. Saira Tubas. - - l. " v" "
Edward B. McLean are "rice presidents
and 7, William Henry Is treasurer,
A new tier of boxes on the north, side
-of the ring baa been erected, and both
tiers are beautifully decorated with
boxes of. growing and brightly blooming
plants, Flower beds and shrubbery
have been placed Jn every available
spot, and everything not adorned "with
a fresh coat 6f paint has been white
washed. Among the box holders are
President and Mrs. Taft, for whom the
central box on the south side has been
reserved i Secretary of the Navy and
Mrs. Meyer,; Secretary of War and Mrs.
Stimson. Attorney General and Mrs.
WIckersbam, Senator and Mrs. Clarence
Watson, 'Senator Wetmore, Senator
Llppltt, Oen. andMrs. Leonard Wood,
Gen. Buchanan, Rear Admiral Clover,
Commissioner Johnston, Mr. B. T.
Stotesbury, of Philadelphia; Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Tuckerman. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Cle7eland Perkins, Mat. Henry
T. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Boardman, Mr,
Herbert Wadsworth. Mr. Archibald
Barklle, of Philadelphia; Mr. Mitchell
Harrison, of Philadelphia and Washing
ton: Mr. W. H. Dykeman. of Philadel
phia; Mrs. Charles Boughton Wood. Mr.
Victor Mather, of Philadelphia: Miss
Harriet Wadsworth. Miss Katherlne
Elkms, Mr. and Mrs. George X. McLan
ahan, Mr. Eldridge Jordan. Mr. C C
Glover. Mr. George O. Totten, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Beala McLean, Mr. and
Mr. J. William Henry. Mr, and Mrs.
.Thomas T. Gaff. Mr. and Mrs Joseph
Lelter, Dr. and Mrs. w. Sinclair Bowen.
Mrs. I. T. Mann. Mr. Walter B. Pene
gre. Mr. Horace Westcott. Mr.' and Mrs.
Hugh Legare.-Mr. H. L. Pierce, Mr, and
Mrs. Joseph E. Thropp, Mr. Frank Wal
ter. Mrs. Hendley Smlttf, and Mrs. Met
WILL COMPARE LIGHTS.
Commissioners Order Installation of
Lamps for Experimental Pentoses.
For the purpose of ascertaining the
relative value of MO-candfcpower incan
descent electric lamps and the new style
-6 ampere magnetic arc lamps, these
twp types of lights will be temporarily
Installed on Pennsylvania Avenue North
westr"between Third and Sixth Streets.
The -experiment was ordered yester
day afternoon by the Commissioners upon
the recommendation of Walter C. Allen,
District Electrical Engineer.
TO BID FOR HONORS
.Photo br Harris-Eats.
Prides, Onardiman, Snapshot.
HAS MYSTEBIOUS HEKESS.
Mrs. Meyer Loeb Suddenly Taken
Sick and Removed to Hospital.
Stricken III suddenly and mysteriously,
Mrs. Meyer Loeb, fifty years old, wife of
a tailor at 31 Pennsylvania Avenue
Northwest, was removed from her home.
at 1340 Columbia Road Northwest,
Emergency Hospital last night.
Her predicament so upset her husband
that the tailor found It necessary to sum
mon a physician.
His condition was reported to be even
more serious than that of his wife, who,
physicans say, will leate the hospital to
Mrs. Loeb was remoed to the hospital
in the auto of Fred Marline.
Lewi, Bermin, 23, tad Mtrj BiranjvrUn, 3.
Rll. O SflTrntdoe.
Hrcir F. Fnr. O. isd Miit Fnneu HiU. X
Itn. H. 8. Pinibam.
John W. Dtfk, 3. and Annie L. Jcfcnion, 21,
of Bidunoed. . tier. O. W. Van Fcnea.
Arthar C. Barticr, 3. and CUjol S. Btwja. 3.
both of AnntpoUi. JId. Iter, iusn 8. Moot-
Jimn H. Batsfr, X. of dntUnd. Ohio, and
Leila Btlle Hum, S. Ber Gtotf F. Dudley.
KUrim T. Johnson, tt, and Oiiria J. Snla, 3.
Urr. Sim T. MorrU.
Joseph A. Barrett. 33, and (trace J. Tfenor, 3d.
both a Richmond, Va. Ber. J. J. Diracm.
Arnold FrKdler. 3. of Cnrsaccaka Bstcb, Mi.
and Lanra W. Brows. 11 Ber. D. C MacLeod.
Otarxt V. Jenatni. jr. 39. of DilUdeliWa. Ta..
and Ertelle a Waller, S, of Clartan, N. J. Ber.
John A. Freeiralt. n. and Leila M. Stickett. 9.
both of Brentwood, Md. Ber. C. n. Butler.
Arehla u. Solomon, a. and Mabel M. Jlinrtn.
!. both of Alexandrli, Va. Ber. Jamei T. Uont-
Albert w. Muon. 36. and little Dorritt Bmllh.
S. both of Baaenneld. CaL Rer. S. H. Woodrow.
tecent A. stmmelL S. and Marr 31. Downer. 3.
Ber. J. A. Oonan.
John C Foster. C and Arncs Ward. 33. Ber.
L. Morsan Chambera.
Walter U Finer, s. and Eueane T. wuliama. a.
Bar. J. J. Dmtoo.
. Alien, 11, and Ocrtrnda BUSord, 3). Bar. L
,. F. Albert. 3. and Ethel J. Tsarnton. U.
Rer. F. I. A. Bennett.
E. Carter. 9. and Munia D. Jarksan. l
Bet. A. J. TOef.
O. Gaines. 2L and Louise Garden. 13. TLtr.
O. M. Butler. 33. and Marrtrtt L. Brooks, 39.
act. . u. usrnej.
Tjamaa and Cm C VaUerria, boy.
William 8. and Acnes B. gammons, drl.
Frandi A. and Katie Iteillr. bar.
James It. and Joeechlne It. Feed, bar.
Harold and Isabells JIsrA. glrL
Benjamin M., jr.. and Maria IX. Msndell. sirL
Charles It. and Alloa T. aoidsborotisb, boy.
John B. and Mabel L. Eltlnc boy.
William B. and Grses Obatner, bar.
Edvard and Jessie Brown. Ctrl.
Junes E. and Gna Arnold. cirL
William W, and Edith A. Adams, boj.
Lawrence O. and Anni Smith, boy.
Lea A. and Sarah Barnes, rfrL
Chaiiea G. Fattmon, Tl yean, Lincoln Hotel.
Matilda F. 8 terms. 71 rears, af A St. na.
Chrbtira C. HoermsTm. 49 rears. 1(3 Xtb. St. ,
uarenc Keur, 53 yean, Froridenca Hospital.
John S. Keale. (I rears. ISO 3th St.
Martha W. Hutchinson. B rears. Mlsn. Are. ae.
William H. Koettrr. 3S years, Emerceiuy Hosp. I
hot a-nuups, if years, so rs, are. mr.
Walter Compton, yean. Wash. Acta Hosp.
Lola r. Jackaoc, 51 yean. SS Mass, Are.
Henrietta Lee, M yean, Cort. Beep. Insane,
Charles M. MeEenney, I yean. ISO 5th St. aw.
Hecrr Batrea, a rears. IE1 Uh BL n.
Amelia Brown. BO Tears. KslJonil Rmv YTMn it I
Katherlne Dickson, a yean, Frredmen's HoapiUL I
Vedrine's "Badly Injured.
Paris, April Sa Jules Vedrlnes. tha
aviator, who yesterday met with an acci-1
oem wnue nying near St. Denis. Is stin I
Z?Ji"l' - . J i ""?'?
FJoft God Atar May
" GOOSD TOR FIVE VOTES M
The Washington Herald's Boys' and Girls' Pony Contest
District No... Address
This counon will count for
and sent to the Boys and Girls'
Herald on or before the expiration
should be neatly trimmed and
ber of votes on the top of eac
Mrs. Sherman Promises to
Obtain a Dollar Each from
BECEIVE MANY LETTERS
I will pledge myself to obtain a dollar
from 1,000 women toward the fund for
The Woman's Titanic Memorial.""
This was the enthusiastic promise
made yesterday by Mrs. James Schoolcraft
Sherman, wife tof the Vice President of
the United States, when she handed In
a crisp new dollar bill and one from
each woman in her household here and
In Utica, N. Y. Mrs. Shermsn declared
thai she wanted to do her share toward
making the unique memorial, known as
"Woman's Tribute to Heroic Mankind,"
a tremendous success.
The campaign for the erection of the
memorial arch to the heroes of the
Titanic in the Capital has already
given abundant eldences of Its national
scope. The first 2,000 of the tens of thou
sands of letters to be sent to women
in every pert of the United States were
put in the malls jesterday. Despite, how
ever, that these were the first letters
sent out. letters from Women In msny
States, who read of the organization in
press dispatches, have been received by
Mrs. John Hay, honorary cnairman.
and Mrs. John Hays Hammond, sec
retary of the memorial. Scores hava
been received by Edward J. Stellwagrn,
treasurer, and at headquarters In the
Union Trust Building.
Mrs. Cleveland Writes.
Mrs. Grover Cleveland, widow of the
former President of the. UnUed States,
in a letter received yesicroay oy ars.
Hammond, In response' to an Imitation
to serxe on the memorial committee.
said In psrt:
am delighted to have my name go
on the Committee of One Hundred of
the Woman's Titanic Memorial. I en
close my dollar."
Mrs. John Mitchell, wife of the well-
known labor leader, accepted member
ship on the Committee of One Hundred.
The clerical force of the memorial
headquarters Is constantly Increasing.
Six Oung women are at present em
ployed This number will be doubled
before the end of the week, and as
result from 5,000 to 7.000 letters will be
The desire of women to contribute more
than the nominal sum of tl named, which
amount was chosen In order that every
woman can find It within her means to
subscribe. Is shown by money Inclosed
for women and girls of their households.
Mrs. Hammond's contribution, the second,
was accompanied by fifteen others from
the women in her home, servants as well
as the members of the family. Mrs. Sher
man did the same.
Clob rledttes Members.
Mrs. II. A. Strong, of 603 East Avenue,
Rochester. N. T.. inclosed a check for
S3 from herself, her mother and three
granddaughters. Mr. and Mrs. Strong are
at the New Wlilard Hotel.
Mrs; E. G. Hartshorn. Halldon Hall.
Newport. R. I., said she had read of the
beginning of the campaign In a New Tork
newspaper and hastened to forward tho
donations of her daughter and herself.
Mrs. J W. Peck, well known In literary
circles in Brooklyn, declared that each
of the 50 members of the literary club, of
which she was treasurer, would contribute
and offered her services to Interest other
woman a clubs.
Among the others whose contributions
were received yesterday were Mrs. Loren
Day. of Westport, Conn., and Mrs.
Frank S. Emerson, ef Sioux Falls. S.
STRAW & CANE
Fir SmMtter Travel
50c and Up
Our 0p Make.
Only Selected Materials Used.
linen lined; hvo trays and
straps. Great Cf 1A fr
value at WlU.fO
1219 F Street
Five Votes when iramrW flltx nni
Contest Manager of The Washington
date shown above. Coupons
Dak., who is stopping at the" Hotel Con-
fln.nta1 hr -
Honors Brave Deeds
Thomas H. Herndon, President of the
American Cross of Honor. In Inclos
ing Mrs. Herndon's contribution, wrote
that Inasmuch aa the organization of
which he la the head has for Its purpose
the honoring of brave deeds, he felt
compelled to wish, the memorial move
ment all success.
Many of the letters received yesterday
have commented favorably upon the fact
that all the money contributed will b
expended In the memorial Itself. This Is
due to the fact that the money until
paid out for the object for which It is
being gathered will earn Interest at the
rate of 3 per cent. This sum earned will
undoubtedly more than pay for current
expenses aa the rund grows.
OLLIE JAMES' MAN
LOSES HIS WATCH
Despite Zenrnckian's Assertion that
He Was Best Detective Ever
in Hunting Down Crime.
Up to last Saturday George Quaries
was constable of Swaliowfield. Ky. De
siring to give a large public the benefit
of his ability as a detecUve, Quaries ap
plied for a Job as a plain clothes man on
the Capitol police force. Quaries report
ed for duty yesterday. In presenting him
to the chief of the Capitol police. Repre
sentative Oille James of Kentucky was
enthusiastic over Constable Quaries' clev
erness in hunting down crime and crimi
nals. "He's a wonder," exclaimed Mr. James,
patting the constable on the back. "He
can pick out a criminal a hundred yards
away, and he seems to scent crimes.
He's a born detecthe. and don't you for
The newly made Capitol plain clothes
man was Instructed in his duties, and
started off on his beat Quaries made
the rounds of the Capitol and everything
was going well until he was aDDroached
rjy a stranger in statuary Hall.
"Captain," ssld the stranger, "would
ou be good enough to tell me the
"Certainly," responded Quaries. and he
reacnec tor his timepiece.
It was gone.
INDICTED FOE MURDER.
Grand Jury Brines Flndlnsr Against
Murder in the first degree Is charged
In an Indictment returned yesterday by
the grand Jury against Ernest McXeilL
WHIIa E. Vermillion, a former police
man, was indicted on a charge of forgery
and uttering. Other indictments Include:
Grand larceny, Charles E. Jones. Rosle
Sims, and Daniel Mahoney; robbery,
Edward Allen, housebreaking and lar
ceny, Fred D. Johnson and FIo)d J.
Bell; assault with a dangerous weapon,
Henson Butler, forgery and uttering,
Ennls G. Syphax; nonsupport of wife
and children, Robert Jackson; collecting
money order by false pretenses, Minnie
Dod'on and Christina Bates
D. B. DepL of Acrleoltnr. Weather Boreas.
Washington. D. C. Tuesday, April 30-t p. m.
Tempmtirra remalna low thraugnoat th Middle
Atlantla and New Enslsnd States, the Ohio VaUej.
and the Lake region, while a cnacg to conskler-
ablr Warmer weather is In xcosrese orer the Mis
sissippi Valley and tha Plains States.
Temperature, wffl rise Wednesday in the Missis
sippi Valley, and edne-day snd Thursday In the
Ohio Valler. the Lake refios. and the Middle
Atlantic and New England states. Temperature
changes elsewhere win bs unimportant
The winds along the Atlsctlo snd East Gulf
roasts will ce llgnt to moderate rartable. on
West Gulf coast moderate soutberbr on fne Iin
Lasts moaenue ranaue. Detuning souUKsst and
sooth; on the Upper Lakes moderate southerly on
Harm, modenu to brisk soatinlj on Michigan
Steamers demrtlnir VTtdnesdir for Cmunn
porta win hare modents tarlable winds with, fair
sum u ue urand Barks.
UidnlzhL 4T: I a. m.. IS: 4 a. m a- . m i..
t a. m.. 44; 1 al m . 44; 11 noon. 4S, 2 p. m., S;
4 p. m., 4J; 4 p. m.. 4S. p. B..44. M p. m.. 43.
Highest, 41: lowest. K.
IWatiro humlditr I a. m.. sir : n. m.. ! i
p. m.. si Rainfall (I n, m. to I p. m), O.OJ
Hours of sunshine. 0. rer" cent of possible sun
Temperature same data but rear-Highest. TV
Temperatnrcs In Other Cities.
Temperatures rn other dtiea. together with the
amount of rainfall for the twrntr-four soars ceded
si t p. m. yesterdar, are aa follows.
Max. Ilia, 1p.m. f.n
. (4 S4 M o.N
.44 II II 0C3
. a a C4 aa
. SO 3T U U
AsherOle, N. a
Atlantic Clrr. N. J .
Bismarck. N. Dak.
Bnffslo. K. T.
Cheyenne, Wyo- ....
Iareonort, Iowa ....
Dea Moinea Iowa..,.
GalreatoB, Tex. ....
iTvlllnsnoUa, Ind ....
Kansas City, Mo........... S 44 CS
Little Bock. Ark........... TO U a
Loa Angeles. CsL .. Ct 12 fit l m
Marquette. Mlcb... ...... 41 34 3 - ....
Memphis, Tron.-.....-. .. 64 a J
tie Orleans. La.......... M eg :
New Tot X. T. as as in
North Platte. Nebr 64 U U 0.H
Nebr. ....... CO tl m
rhlladelphia. Pa. 43 40 41 ji
nusburr. Pa..... .... M C SI 0J4
Portland. Ma . M a 44
Portland, Ores..., 52 41 10 0.3
Salt Lake CUT. Utah....... 0 SS m 0.W
St, Louis. Mo.... ...... (3 4t K ....
SL Paul. Minn. 13 C to
Ban Frandsco. Csi....... 60 60 B ....
SrrinsSeld. HI C 3 u
Tacoms, Wsso....... ....... 65 .. O 0.34
Tampa. JTa. .......... M H IS
Toledo, onio............... M M n
Vkxsborg. Mis....... II 51 to
To-day-High tide. 130 a. a. and 135 p. m.; tow
tile. IJS a, m. and ZM p. m.
TmorTOw High tide. 131 i. m. tad IHV
low tide, t.a a. to. ssd 331 p, tn.
EditcfJ by VanrJ
"Draper" characterizes Van
doren Tailoring more correctly
than the more common term of
"tailor." Because it is the grace
with which your garments iit that
really makes for satisfaction.
There's a vast difference be
tween mere fit as relates to size
and the details of line and fash
ion which comprehend both
proper size and becomingness.
The tape-line is the law of the
former. But judgment and taste
are essential to the other.
You don't want to be referred
to your doctor's assistant nor
for your legal adviser to turn you
over to his junior clerk. For the
same reason Mr. Vandoren PER-
With Officers of Titanic fle
Slips Out of the City, ,
ACTI0NCA USES S U JJPBISE
Disregarding an order of the court is
sued by JusUce Gould commanding J.
Bruce Ismay, Joseph G. Boxhall, Charles
Herbert Llghtoller, Fred. Fleet, and Har
old S. Bride, and served on them early
yesterday morning, to appear jesterday
afternoon at 3 o'clock before Examiner
Ralph Qulnter and answer depositions In
a suit filed by Louise Robins, against
the Oceanic Steam Navigation Company,
charging this concern with negligence In
connection with the drowning April 15
of George Robins, her husband, the re
spondents left the city and Jurisdiction
iesterday afternoon without heeding the
order of the court.
A second service was made on Boxhall
and Llghtoller at Union Station by
Deputy Marshal Roberts, but an attor
ney who was In the company of the
two respondents Is alleged to have told
them: "You have done your duty; you
may go. and saw them safely on the
Congressional Limited, which left the
station for New York at 3.55 o'clock
Deputy Marshal Hawkins wss waiting
around the New Willard to serve sub
poena on Ismay, but was not successful
In doing so. as Ismay had given up his
room early In the afternoon, not
returning to the hotel after the Sena
torial committee permlttad him to go
shortly iufter 3 o'clock. Summons to
appear 'forthwith" were issued but
they were equally futile.
ley were equally iume.
Mrs. Roblps i, the widow of George
Intends to bring suit for damages and
she sets forth in the claim that should
the witnesses In question be permitted
to depart there would be a failure or
delay of Justice.
The departure of the respondents
without obeying the order of the court
was a great surprise to Herbert & MIcou,
the law firm Intrusted with the interests
of Mrs. Robins The opinion was ex
pressed that the respondents' conduct
amounted to contempt of court, while on
the other hand it was thought that in
appearing as subpoenaed witnesses in
the Senate inquiry they are immune
from service in any other matter
Itab's war with Turkey has caused
the postponement of three International
scientific gatherings, which were to have
been held In the former country.
kUR Savings Bank
established for the
convenience of those
people who desire abso
lute safety for their
savings, and also a sat
isfactory rate of Inter
est. It is under the su
pervision of the United
States Government, In
vites deposits from J1.00
upward, and pays 3 per
cent compound Interest.
Claflin Optical Ce.
Doct tbrom twir shoe txcstnsa mIm r hecli im
worn. Tbow ptru rvcdrt coosunt mr n& tqr a
ranni axucmi uie uoe. ti mem 10 i
Kroej to orter. Urtbocetlio work. Ho dexoauiTl
CORNER I52fAND H STS.
A UTtS' essssf JwsSUScSJ
H I J"-rwsaa
8 MTFeHW. Mil 211
WwT wsIsMe.sj kW CV1C4T ii-VSUJ 'Tl lyrjinriciij
m. Co,, Inc.,
J. Fred Gatciell Co.
JONALiTV TVESTfiNS Arn
ftErVPES EVERY SUIT OR
IEJUBDHERE. You set HIS
fHM-HIS taste HIS txain
cdeyeJand hand and not an ap
prentice's, nor a lieutenant's.
vV are offering a very attrac-tiveYdouble-header"
as in. baseball fans would call it
TW6 $35 Suits for $60. The
only bndition being that both are
ordered at the same time and
mat o shall-be a Blue Serge
just whi-yoU really-want.
It's '?jt or No Pay" here al
ways cider all circumstances i
and no dposit required.
They will bcsdentifically cor
rectexactly a your oculist pre
scribes. The winner oitia Leeae Ad-writing-
contest tjj b, announced
In Sunday papers
M. A. LEESE
OPTICAL ML. miHt.SL
EMILY FBEC, bjlrV?
143 Eleventh St. X. KPtJSfnlf. ?,
TO WHOM IT MAT COXCt!T. HEBEBT
totifr the public that I ham daTsoH
interest and serered my connectk, s ta, fl-n
of LCTZ CO. engsged inWi7rnT and
lesther goods busi-ess at US O .,( jjorthwtsf,
and there is no longer any ore eorj wfth thtt
Una cr company bearing the aa int.
FRAN. a. tCTZ.
NOTICE IS II EH KBIT UIV1..N TtT tmk .
nual meetinz uf tha atoeaholora-ii .... . .
Land and limtmeat Gompasr win , setd at tse
ofilce of the corapanr. lit South thta street.
Alexandria, Va.. on MOSDAT. UjTCaS
tween the hoon of IS and C o'elei, . T fx
the purpoK of electlrg a board of AL, 72 .s.
ensuing jnr, and for the trsosacdek-f ari hnif
bm tkat Mr "-. baton a J"" ? tMt
of Urn board of dlrecta-m. KDWAjbrraaiaAH.
:.-..- w ,. niif-t i-s-
pS" eiag"c?E.BrI SJSSdSM S" etS.'
I rrutlng Companr win be held at t, aacm of the
IcompanT. Ill South Fairfax. Street, A,.th.i va
v..waa. mj. . aLi, uciveu. XhM hours OC
10 snd 12 o'clock s. sl. far the purpt gM etsetlna
ton the meeting. By order of th ird
irogm LUIIAW a. 4HUJ1AS, occn.ry
OFFICB OP THB '
LANSTOJf MONOTIPE MACHWS CtjtpxST.
Philadelphia. April jg. ml
The annual meeting of the etockboldev, eg the
LASSTON MOXOTYPr MACH1WC1IPANT
C1 be held at the Eis" Home. T- r niim
snd RoTSl Streets. Alexandria. Vs.. at It Mlae
noon, on THCBSDAT. the M day of Wi. US
for the purpose of electing a board of dctcea to
terra for the ensuing year and traztsacHjj men
ether busiceaa sa msr properly come beUnT s
Trsnafer booka will be doted on Arril. at e
o'clock p. to. snd win be reopened est Ijjj y, at
v vowi a. io. 4
By order cf the Board of Dirretors.
W. ABTHDB. SELIAiirr
Genuine Homo Cooking, route Berries.
VIA VI SCIENCE OF HEAIfTK NAT
oral, nonsurgical; 400-p. book! free. Ap-I
ply by mall. Sit Colorado Bids.' Free l
ture ror women Wednesdays ax 13) p. ta.1
Our Prompt Delivery
And low prices on "i-eztig Salt!
and Flarorings cT dependable I
quality make tn- gooda ropularl
with druggists sot confectioner!.
garWrit or 'phone. Xo coevto: n fcMnlled.
B. B. EARNSHAVr i 3RO..
Wholesale Grocers. 11th aJi l t-a S. X.
0"NEILL-On Tuesday. April 3D. lSli at
7-15 p. m . at cis rresiaence. - nun- (
nesota Avenue Southeast. GEORGE
F O'N'KILL. husband of Ida O'Neill
(nee Jloorej, agea iorty years.
Notice of funeral later.
J. T.CJk merits' Sons
Prompt and efficient ferries, nlzht at
day. 12C-43 Wisconsin avenue.
'Pbona West 801.
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
I EAST CAPITOL ST.
fitshtished 1ST. CHAS. S. ZDBHOBST. Ha.
W. . PDMPHREY & S0H,
JTJrJEBAL D1RXCTOBS AND KMBALMTBi.
US Iborteenth street aw.
Chapel. 'Phone North SCSI
J. WHVLTASI LEE. Fuaersl Director
sad finbahner. Ltrery In connection. Corsmodious
Cbapei end Modem Crematorium. Modest priest,
IK FssnsilTania are, trw. Telephone Maha Btt
W. R. SPEARE,
IXXZRAL DIBECTOB AND KUB1LMZS.
940 F Street N.W.
WASHINOTOX D. a
Tlfo'nes Main at
, Frank A. Srware. Mer
WASH. GRANITE MONUMENT CO,
a lltb st, nw. Larxe stock of Monuments to select
from. Erected before Decoration Day.
GEO. C. SHATTER.
Beautiful Floral Desigmv my reasonable la price.
raone xus Miin. ista aye sta, net.
Uf Erery Uescripaon-MoieraUly Priced.
fwneral Deslgna, runerat Deabrsa.
largest Horning Circulation.