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THE-. WASHmGTONHERAIJ.WNESDXY. r -JULY 24, 1912.
"S Etz and See Better"
1003 tr STREET
THIS SIGN MEANS
W. D. CO.
COFFEE, 25o LB.
W. 1. BREAKFAST COFFEE, 2lo LB.
The discriminating coffee mar
will find an unusual flavor and
aroma seldom found except Id Ua
WASHINGTON IAIRY CO.
940 Louisiana Ava.
Telephone Main 5J0S.
H E S
Beat fatigue la readily overcome
br oar Headache Powders.
Are headaehea- nseesaryt Wot
with II. E. S. Headacbe Powders
H. E. SPRUGEBANK & GO.
2d St. and Pa. Ave. S. E.
gY OUR NEW
VThere the stitch la
locked Inside the sole
we can give you com
fort and new life to
HOME SHOE REPAIR CO.
719 Ninth St N. W.
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PHONE N. 2377
t rineUrocer.es, meats
I and Provisions.
I BISHROD T. fiARRISON
First and You Streeta N. W.
Prompt Delivery Service.
We Have the Combination.
Demi ttrow awij i&oc tcauu lolei er fieeit an
om. Tbose jartj item connaot wcu umS try bo
3i trtUcat. Hie of t&oe. Ttlt Ucs to
T. Guiffre, oospexx.ave.w.w.
thou to order. Ortbctvdle wort. t drtornuty
mscalt to eortr pertocur tod eomloruwy.
MEDICINES AND PRESCRIPTIONS
YEATMAN'S DRUG STORE
7th and H Streets N. E.
Phones. L. 232 and L. 2785.
-VELVET" CREAM AT FODNTAIW
Watch and Jewelry Man
ufacturing and Repairing.
Special prices one week.
COLE & SWAN,
KODAK FILMS DEVELOPED
10 cents per roll, by experts.
Photo Supplies, Stationery.
W. J, KROUSE
Phone M. 4330.
SC8 G Street
Lowe Bros.' 'HIGH STANIARI
Goes Further and lasts Longer.
DE MAINE & CO.,
2213 J St. N. W.
No more Indigestion If you us
Goldsmith's Indigestion Remedy
25c and SOo Bottla
Phone orders delivered. K. 2393.
ISchUTman as Goldsmith),
Sw. Cer. TUT and U St. K. W Waahlncton. D. a
LCUIS F. BRADLEY
Sthnd E Stra.U 8. E.
POSTAL -TELEGRAPH BSANCB.
Talenbsn Uaaota SO.
HAE NO EQUAL
McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO,
aUl F 8 treat Hortawee,
,, . Healthy
2i2ji . Cows
Cluurman of Old 'Central Demo
cratic Committee Has Way
' .to Solve Squabble.
COSTELLO OPPOSES THE PLAN
TTnleaa the, lnr.l courts era wllllnr to
take up the quarrels of the District
Democracy; the existing discord caused
by the three contending factions will
contlnn indefinitely. .- i
J. Fred Keller, chairman of the. old
Central Democratic Committee, has re
fused to answer any of the communlca-
tu. .i.m, tn htm tiv sh. (Tnst.Uo
Central Committee, demanding the prop
erty ana zunas oi ue ohuuh wjua
tlon. Mr. Kelley stoutly refuses to yield
,n fv ,iMminni It 1 understood that
he Is in favor of solving the controversy
by proposing the reaismouuon oi m.
funds on a pro rata basis to the dele
gates who paid In the fees.
The Costello committee Is opposed to
this plan, aa It thinks that the entire
sum belongs to It. Consequently, If Mr.
Kelley does propose the redistribution
plan. It will probably be rejected by the
TIr of Grace Given.
Mr. Klley has been given by the Cos
tello committee until to-morrow to turn
over the funds and other belongings of
the committee. A meeting will be held
to-morrow night In Building Trades Hall
to decide upon future action In case Mr.
Tr.ii. ..ftt... n .,,Mt tn fh. demands.
An attempt to Institute legal proceedings
will then be made. There Is great doubt
as to whether the courts would take up
the matter, as the committee la not In
corporated. vjl .,.
In sucn case mere w do naunujr m
authority to decide which of the three
.-...Mi Ann.n.iAa f lprallzrd ajid de
serving of recognition. It is contended
by the Kewmanites xnai me iu ,iuvua.
Democratic Committee was the only body
which had authority In the matter. That
committee, they say. recognized the New
man committee. The Cojtello faction
presented no claims before It with respect
to their committee. The Newmanltes
maintain that the convention had no. au
thority to recognize any central commit
tee, as such power was ested alcne In
the National Committee.
Hn. . hA Ta1,mal rnltllYltttM Is OUt
of existence, there is no political tribunal
In a position to decide the contests. The
tion. The three committees will conse
quently continue to struggle aiong unm
by the law of the sunivsl of the fittest
one of them outlives the others.
Mr. Kelley absolutely reiuses to oiscum
night. 'Therefore, It is not to be ex
pected that I hould do anything. They
tola me in uamnio ui a m .iu
nated from District Democracy once and
....... T annn nnrf,rtanH thn YttlV I
should be the center of all this dusturb-
SEABCH TOE BLACK IS FUTILE.
A.sallnnt of Alexandria County
Woman Etadea l'unnlw: Poasr.
The search for the black, who Monday
morning attempted to assault Mrs.
Maude Hoffman, wife' of Edward Hoff
man, of Addison. Alexandria County,
was resumed yesterday morning by the
Sheriff of Alexandria County, together
with the deputy sheriff and a number
of constables, special officers, and others.
No trace of the black was found.
A colored man giving his name as
William Archer, ho appeared at po
1 ce headquarters In Alexandria Monday
night, and made Inquires regarding the
case, and who was subsequently detained
foi Investigation by Policeman GUI,
wss taken Into the county esterday by
Constable James Burke, but he proved
that he was not the assailant of the
woman and was released.
The opinion prealls umong many resi
dents of the county that the guilty man
has made good his escape. The officers
of Alexandria County are still on the
RAINFALL DID NOT COME.
C Lombard y, a trumperter In B Bat
tery, Third Field Artillery, of Fort
Bliss, Tex., agrees with Prof. "Willis
Moore of the Weather Bureau that rain
cannot be caused to fall by the firing of
high explosives Into the air as claimed
by a Texas farmer a few days ago.
"I have been in the Rocky Mountains
for fifteen days target practice," said
the trumpeter, "and during that time
we fired off enough guns to hae
caused a cloud-burst If explosives fired
Into the air will cause rain, but it did
not rain a single drop during thoe fif
Mr. Lombardy also states that while
at Comfort. Tex., on June 23, 1910, a
wealthy farmer expended 11.100 on powder
and other high explosives which he dis
charged Into the air to cause rain, but
it was a waste of money as no rain felL
He stated that he had seen twenty-four
three-Inch guns flred for four hours at
a time and no rain fell.
Floral Emblems that Are Alvraya
In good -taste, fabaffer, Hth and Eye.
Store Taken to Camp.
Eighty more women and children from
the poorer quarters of Southwest Wash
ington will be taken to the Associated
Charities camps In Rock Creek this aft
ernoon. The children will first be ex
amined by physicians, and then will go
to the park by car. The camp con
stantly entertains 190 mothers and chil
dren, who are changed every two weeks,
so that during the summer a great many
of them are glen a taste of fresh air
and country life.
Fresh, Fragrant Itoaea.
Choice home-grown specimens of different
varieties, SOc doz. Gude, 1211 F.
Stftmpt Ourlo MieilntiT for Mount Tcraea
kin emsth Street Wfcuf t 10 a. tn. and X3
p. as. dailr. except Sunday. For Uinhall Hall dau
sad Smxlir, It a. m., 130 and tn p. m.
Btauner St. Johns lrttn Strmti Stntt Wharf
at t a. m. for Colonial Btieb.
Norfolk and WuhlnEton Steamboat OomptDr'i
ttrtmrn from foot of Snesth Stmt for Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk dailr t IIS p. m.
Cart from Fifteenth Street and htw XoaV Aran.
rtcrj quarter boor for main rntranca Zoo Park and
To Gnat Falls Waihlniton and Old Dominion
BaSroad cam ererx few minutes from Thirtj-iiiti
and 11 Streets.
To Chess peaks Bcaeb Dsflr trains of Chesapeaka
Beach Ballwir lesTS 139. 1030, and 1130 a. m.;
23). to, and T-U p. m.
To Mount Ternop Wsshlrrtm-Tlrtlnla Itanwaj
on crerr hoar on ths hoar from 10 a. m. to 1 p. a.
Station, Twelfth Street and Pcnnarlrsnia Arena.
Darlns Jaly and Aagnat apeclal 50-
cent lunch will be served from noon
till la. tn. at Harvey's, Eleventh and
The Wrtek of the Aurora. 3-reeI JVaa-
tlcal sensation. To-day. Virginia Theater.
Try Murine Eye Remedy
For Eed.'weak. Weary, Watery Byes and
Xfnrtn t)on't Smart Soothe Era fain.
ttoasanmal Bosmactstlo Consmlttoemam
Kathmataurtio Over WUaosu
The Middle West is solid for WHson
and Marshall' la the opinion -of John
F. Costello, national Democratic com
mitteeman for the District of Columbia,
who has Just relumed from the meet
ing of the committee la Chicago.
"The situation is very encouraging,"
he ,said last night. "Sentiment In Illi
nois,, Indiana, and the surrounding
States u all for Wilson. The Middle
West la solid for hlml Democracy Is
enthusiastic 'over blm and many Re
publicans have changed their party af
filiations for the purpose of being able
to vote for him.
"On the trip I stopped at Indianapolis
to pay a visit to Oov. Marshall. I also
had a talk with Mr. Dunn, the Demo
cratic nominee for governor of Illinois.
He Is confident of victory not only for
himself but for Wilson too. I believe that
Wilson will receive a larger vote than
any other Presidential candidate In the
entire history of Democracy."
TO 'ENLIST WOMEN .
IN STAGE CRDSADE
Aloyiins Truth Society Would Ask
Them to Sign a
The Aloyslus Truth Society has under
consideration plans for enlisting the
women of Washington In a vigorous
crusade against Indecent and unwhole
some theatrical performances. Announce
ment ft this effect was made last n'ght
at Georgetown University.
An attemnt will be made, with the
assistance of the Holy Name Union of
the District, to have all members of the
Sodality of the Blessed Virgin In every
parish pledge themselves to remain away
from places of amusement where the
standard of morality Is not of the high
The Sodallsts throughout the city will
be requested to sign cards, reading aa
"I pledge myself to remain away from
all places of amusement where the
standard of morality Is not of the high
est. It Is not necessary that I take such
a pledge, but I hope by so doing to In
fluence others to attend only those
amusements which are wholesome and
It is believed that if the women of the
city thus make clear their stand upon
the subject of theatrical performances
the booking houses and stage ssndtcates
will soon realize that the public disap
proves of Immoral plays and will with
Complaint Filed Against Erection
of Motrins; Picture Shorn-.
Complaint has been filed with the Com
missioners by the rector of St. Stephen's
Protestant Episcopal Church against the
erection of a proposed motion picture
theater on the vacant ground located In
Fourteenth Street, Just north of the
Application for "the Issuance of a
building permit has already been filed by
Charles Sonne. The rector of the church
requests that a public hearing be grant
ed on the matter. The members of the
Columbia Heights Citizens' Association
are likewise opposed to the erection of
the proposed place of amusement, and
the organization has passed resolutions
disapproving the proJect.
WONT DISCUSS CASE.
Spiro I.adlcos Deportation Seems to
Soterlos Nicholson, attorney for tho
Greek Legation, refused last night to
discuss the deportation case Involving
Spiro Ladlcos. a former "honorary at
tache" of the legation. Ladlcos is
charged by the Department of Com
merce and Labor with having received
financial assistance to enter the country,
thus placing him in the class with con
Mr. Nicholson, -who resides at th
Wyoming, stated last night that he had'
no authority to give out any informa
tion concerning the case. The case is
attracting much attention among mem
bers of the Diplomatic Corps. Ladlcos
lost his position at the legation about
February 1. He Is said to be a de
srter from the Greek army, and is ac
cused of several offenes against the
Greek and Italian governments.
nenolaltlon for Fisher.
Requisition papers for Eugene Fisher.
Indicted on a charge of arson, were
yesterday honored by Justice Wright and
the prisoner was taken to the Fort Myer
Heights Jail to await trial. Fisher is
alleged to have set fire to his home In
Alexandria County, Va.. July 7 last, the
residence belonging to Mrs. Ellen Glover.
His wife and three children had narrow
escapes from death. He will bo placed
on trial In Alexandria County In October.
Death Is the maximum penalty for arson
In Virginia, the minimum sentence being
eighteen years In prison.
Hard on Lecturers.
Special lectures which the Department
of Agriculture experts are accustomed
to make before contentions of farmers
and at State fairs came under the ban
of the Comptroller of the Treasury yes
terday. Ho decided that the agricul
tural appropriation did not provide for
the payment of expenses of these trips.
If the lecturers visit such conventions
and fairs and make addresses, they will
have to pay their own expenses, he held.
The Comptroller's opinion was rendered
at the request of the Secretary of Agri
culture. lArtTH RECORD.
Frank and Xettie Van Ilorn, boy.
Charles M. and Virginia B. Thomas, boy.
Herman and Rode Tursb, boy.
Henry and Rebecca Smith, boy.
James A. and Flora V. Richmond. Ctrl.
Fred W. and MazeDa L. Farks. girl.
Abraham and Bcssla Levy, clrl.
Joseph F. and Jiary Kendall. iW.
Joseph H. and Marylee Kirby, boy.
Mortimer and Lillian Johnstone, glrL
George and Annie Dans, boy.
Charles and Era Day, gVL
Charles O. and Anna M. Curtin, boy.
Edward and BUenee Collins, boy.
Aaron and Fannia Berkmsn. cirL
Washington B. and France Bowie. cirL
Alcace C. and Isabel G Brent, till.
James and Henrietta Williamson, boy.
decree A. and Carrla Eoornscn. boy.
Harry and Sarah Roots, cirL -Arthur
and Minnie E. Qnarles. clrl.
Thomas W. and Eliza Moorr. CirL
Frank and Christiana Bowman, cirL
Ribccca C. Cock, K years. 1SS sth 6t nw.
Ellen Doyle. 70 years, 1121 K. J. Are. rnr.
Edna Connen. S6 years, Frcrldraee Hospital.
Robert A. Helleary, Fswters Hill .
Francis Collins, 2 day. TS I St. ne.
Walter Prince, is years. 1321 U SU nw,
florrnc Jackson, I year, 1TB Kslorama Are.
Sosao Douclas. S3 years. Columbia HaspitaL
Robert O. Johnson. 63 years. Tnbercolosi Horp.
Laura Bannister, TO years. Wash. Asyiom Hosp.
Made Hannihla, 22 years, MI Brown's Ct. k.
Carrie Brown. 23 jeaav 13? D SC se.
Delia Cant, O years, 1102 Swan St. nw.
Jansai Taplett, O years, Tsberniosia Hospital,
Kami Anderson, 3 month. pT 3d St. .
Brtian Bell. 2 boors, 2M E St. nw.
The Teti Commandments
Applied to Fair Typists
Mistress of the Keys Tells Reporter How Ideal
That land whereof Kipling sang.
"Where- there alnt no ten command
ments." Isn't the lan(i for the typist.
One of them said so yesterday, when a
reporter interrupted her to ask her what
she thought were the best rules for a
stenographer and typist to follow to win
She thoughtfully played "Now Is the
time for every good man to come to the
aid of his party," on her machine, her
pretty fingers making It sound quite like
a fugue, certainly quite as Intelligible to
the reporter;- and then she livened Into
a staccato rendition of "The Quick Gray
Then she spoke, the while her fingers,
like a musician's, toyed with the discs.
"I don't mind telling you If you prom
ise not to use my name." said the fair
typist, . "that Just a few minutes ago I
made out "ten commandments" for ste
nographers and typists.
"Of course. It Is not my business to tell
people how to behave, and It Is not my
desire, either. But If I do aay It myself.
wno Should be the last to do so. these
ten commandments make a pretty safe
line or conduct.
"I dare say you know as well aa I do,
even If your pencil Isn't very sharp, that
employers differ. Just aa employes differ.
I always say. 'I am different, you are
different, he Is different, we are different,
you are different, they are different "
Just why she always makes that con
Jugatlve remark, the fair typist didn't
explain. Instead, she plsyed "Quietly
wandering" In a strain of "dolce far
nlente ma non troppo" that proved she
had perfect control over her machine.
Then she resumed i
"But here are the commandments, and
though I got them up only for myself.
I should feel both proud rand glad to
think they might have helped some girl
that couldn't get up any commandments
And with that, the fair typist wrote
with Incredible swiftness the following:
Thou shalt have no other employer;
BROKEN CRANE EXPENSIVE.
District Paya 5 Centa sa Yard More
Until the hoisting drum of the crane
at the District sand wharf, which was
recently broken, is repaired, the local
authorities will be required to pay an
additional amount of five cents on each
cubic yard of material brought to the
city from down the Potomac
As the crane Is temporarily out of
commission. It Is Impossible to place ad
ditional material upon the wharf. The
present supply of concrete sand Is only
about seventy-five yards, so the situation
Is rather a serious one. Because of the
Inadequate supply of sand and gravel on
hand. It will be necessary to receive the
materials at the contractor's wharf. This
change will lnvohe an additional cost
of five cents per cubic yard.
Upon the recommendation of M. C
Hargrove. District purchasing officer, the
Commissioners yesterday authorized the
expenditure of additional funds to meet
the exigencies of the case. The contract
prices for materials are as follows:
Building sand, 3 213 per cubic yard; con
crete sand, 3.35 per cubic yard; and
screened gravel. 3 S5 per cubic yard.
Dnnne Not In Prl.ou.
Patrick Dunne, of Newark,, N. J, who,
tho State Department was recently In
formed by Kepresentathe Klnkead of
New Jersey, was under sentence of
death In Mexico, has been found alive
and well, and not In the custody of the
Mexican authorities The case, which
has thus proed a false alarm, occupied
the attention of the foreign offices of
the two governments concerned, besides
setting In motion all the machinery of
the Mexican government. The consular
officer of th United States, who visited
Berlstaln to look for Dunne, stated that
he had never been arrested and was not
to be arrested
Clerk and Carrier Wanted.
An examination will be held here on
November G by the Civil Service Com
mission for clerk and carrier in the post
office. Women will be barred. Appli
cants must be between the ages of
eighteen and forty-five years. They
must not be less than E feet 4 Inches In
height, without boots or shoes, and must
weigh not less than 125 pounds without
overcoat or hat. Applications must be
filed by October 1.
U. S Dert. r Arricultnre. Weather Barean.
WaJiinttan. D. C, July 2J-8 n, m.
It will he warmer Wednesday in New Enciand,
the. Middl. Atlantic States, the Lower Lake rrslon.
and Upper Ohio Valley, and somewhat cooler tn
the Upper Mississippi and Missouri raHeja and ths
Nortnwe. It wul bs wanner Thursday in New
England and the Middle Atlantic States and will
continue warm in thn South snd Southwest
The winds aiors the New EndaM and MifMlo
Atlantic coasts win be moderate Tariable. becnmlns
eOLthtat, on the 6outh Atlantic coast light to
moderate Tariable; on the Esst Gulf coast moderate
south and nuthwest; on the West Gulf ensst mM
erate southerly; on the Lower Lake moderate souuV
esst snd south; on the Upper Lakes moderate
southeast and south, shifting to northwest by
HHilriit- 0: 1 a. m.. 65: 4 a. m . H: 5 a. m.. C:
8 a. m . 66; 10 a n , , 12 noon. 73, 2 p. m , 7S;
4 p. m., 76; 6 p. m., 74, 8 p m., 70; 10 p m., 60.
H tebest, 77; lowest. C
ItrlaUTO numwixy a a. m.. a; , p ex.. j. ; a
m 71 Rainfall M TV m In ft T m.1. 0
noura'c sunshln. Ha Ter cent of possible sun
Temperature same data last year-Highest, SS;
Temperatures In Other Cltlea.
Tftrnpnlnm tn other rltlca. torether with th
amount of rainfall for th twenty four hours ended
it I 11 a. yesterday, art as xouows:
Mit. Min. I p m. fall.
Asherill. N. O. M 68 T8
Atlanta, Ga. 71 IZ
Atlantic City. . J "
Bismarck. N. Dsk 68 M
Be-too. Mas 73 SS 45
Buffalo, N. X 73 B w
Chicsgu. Ill - M 80 Oil
Cindnnstl, Ohio..... 88 48 81
Cherrnne. Wro. 80 62 71 0W
Dasenport. Iowa 94 70
Dennr. Colo B 63 80
De Moines, lew,.. W 78 91
Duluth. Minn...- 60 50 84 0a
Galrnton. Tex. 88 82 84
Helena. Moot...- 74 48 74 014
Indianapolis. Ind.... .... 86 68 80
JscksonTille. Fla 84 76 90
Little Rock. Ark 92 76 H
Kansas City. Mo. 76 78 0 91
Los Annies. Csl . 78 56 73
Manrnette. Mich 70 60 ffi 0.34
New Orleans, La w n h
Memphis, Tenn 90 76 88 ....
New Tork. X. Y 73 58 70
North Platte. Ncbr. 94 T
Omaha. Nebr. WS 76 98
Philadelphia. Pa. 78 60 72
Pittsburg. Pa 74 60 74
Penland. Me 61 54 2
Portland. Orel 70 60 68
Salt Lake City, Utah o M 81
St. Louts, Mo-Sv. 94 76 90
fit. Paul. Minn...- 88 6S 86 19
San Frandatm, CaL 66 54 64
RpringSeld. in...- 70 M
Tsrspa. Fla-.....- 93 76 82
Toledo, Ohio.. 7J 61 80
tlCkSDUrg, 311SS.. CO 4S H ....
To-day High tide, ttf a. m. and 41T p. D.; ion
tide. Mil a. m. and 11:04 p. m.
To-morrow-Hlaa.tide. 430 a. m. and la. n. m.:
lost tlda, 11SJ v B. snd 11 34 p. a.
Act Toward Employer.
before thine own, but shalt render to
blm only faithful and diligent service
and loyally guard his Interests. And If
thou labor for a 'soulless, corporation'
than (halt do likewise.
"Thou shalt not speak lightly or flip
pantly of thy employer, nor prate of his
shortcomings to strangers. If he require
admonition let it be administered in pri
vate. Six days shalt thou labor honestly and
cheerfully, but on Sunday thou shalt
don thy good clothes and go faithfully
to church or spend the day as thou
Thou shalt honor thy employer, if
he be worthy of thy respect: and If not,
thou shalt skldoo and find another Job.
Thou shalt not kill nor malm the In
tent of thy employer's words by mis
reading thy notes; but if be makes a
slip and wound his mother tongue, thou
shalt silently repair the damage.
Thou shalt not study the face of the
clock toward S o'clock In the afternoon,
but If thou hast performed all thy du
ties thy employer should allow thee to
depart In peace.
Thou shalt not steal thy employer's
time by coming late to thy work; neither
shalt thou pilfer bis stationery or post
age stamps, nor anything that Is his.
Thou shalt play the game fairly and
not seek to advance thyself by Injuring
any of thy associates.
Thy shalt not tattle thy employer's af
fairs, remembering if thou wouldst be
trusted thou must show thyself worthy
Finally, thou wilt (If thou be wise)
study thy employer diligently that thou
roayst learn how best he can be man
aged, for he must not always have his
own way, but must think he has.
"And what did you say your name
was?" guilefully asked the reporter, who
believed his wit was sharper than the
pencil, which the fair typist bad
"I said It was not to be printed," the
fair typist admonished hlra In reply.
FLOCK TO CAMP BUTT.
Every Day Boy Go and Return
from the Summer Resort.
That the youngsters who ar. spending
their vacations at Camp Butt, near River
View, are having a vacation which they
won't forget for some time is evidenced
from the way in which additional boys
are Joining the camp from day to day,
and the looks of satisfaction on the faces
of the campers who have returned. The
steamer Black Arrow arrived yesterday
with a new boat-load of boys, and will
return for some more.
The campers spent a strenuous day by
generally reorganizing the baseball and
basketball teams, the Whites and Blues,
as the teams are called, electing new
captains. Edwin LInder and John Stock
ett were elected captains for the Blues
and Whites, respectively. The first bas
ketball game of the week was won by
tho Whites, the score being 11 to 8. The
baseball game was also captured by the
Whites, the score being 9 to 5.
RECEPTION FOR WANDERER.
Ellta Returns to Tsvlnlne City Afte
John F. Ellis, of Twining City, who
returned home Monday night after an
absence of ten J ears, during which he
was thought dead, last night told the
impressions of a returned wanderer. He
said his experience reminded him of
Rip Van Winkle's story, for though it
seemed but yesterday that he went away
as a high school boy, he found those
whom he hsd left as children now
grown persons. The little suburb, which
consisted in a few scattered houses when
he left, has grown into a well-built
Besides servtnc; three leara as a sol
dier In the Philippines. Mr Ellis has
wandered all over the West from Ne
braska to the Pacific Coast Neverthe
less, he now finds Twining City very
pleasant, and will probably remain there
and go Into business.
His return has created a great sensa
tion in the little town. He Is holdins: a
perpetual reception at his home, and on
the streets he Is an object of admira
tion and wonder
Jury Convicts Hotel Man.
Edward J. Gardiner, as manager of the
Grand Hotel, was yesterday arraigned in
the Police Court on a charge of selling
Intoxicating liquor to minors Lillian
Sears, nineteen years old. gave testimony
against the management of the Grand
Hotel, which is alleged to be a mecca
for minors obtaining Intoxicants with
out question as to age. After admission
by Miss Sears to the effect that she was
served In the grill room of the hotel
Grand with a bottle of beer and a
creme-de-menthe, Gardiner was found
guilty by a' Jury. After being adjudged
guilty counsel for defense appealed. A
new trial was granted by Judge Pugh.
Chevy Chase Lake.
Wth the weather so favorable for
dancing, the splendid music and free
pavilion at Chevy Chase Lake have been
taken advantage of by unusually large
crowds the post few evenings The mu
sicians from the Marine Band are on
hand nightly from 7 30 to 9 o'clock for
the concert, and after 9 o'clock at the
big pavilion, which remains the center
of attraction for the majority of patrons
until closing time. "Freak" dancing la
discouraged, out of consideration for
general comfort, as well as for other
reasons. Delight and amusement for
younger patrons are furnished by a large
merry-go-round and swings, while for
general diversion there are motion pic
tures, bowl'ng allevs. a shooting gallery,
and boats on the lake.
Frank E. Darts. 36. snd Viola O Ruxrli. X.
both of Camden. N. J. Iter. Edwsrd SUnVj
AlTin T. Steele. 0. snd Jennio T Soper. 16.
Rer. Jsmea M. McCaoley-
Harris A. Mudd. 15. of King Guar- County, Vs.,
snd IabcUe Bryan. 23. of Westmoreland County.
Va. Rer. W. 1 McKenney.
WUliam Warren Dahney, 25, and Mary Louis.
Coabr. 18. both of Richmond, Va. Rer Edward
Edwin N. Fox. 25. and Jean F Bartow, 16.
Ref Thomas G. Smyth.
Oeorgo A. Craerln. 27, and Nellie B. Hern. 25.
Judgs CL a. Bundy.
R. Jackson, 19. and Rosa Colbert, 15. Rer James
CONTAINS NO QUININE.
ARRANGE TO MOVE
. DISTRICT TROOPS
Preparations Being Made for En
campment at Harpers
" Ferry. ,
At a meeting of the heads of the staff
department of the .National Guard of the
District of Columbia, which Included com
missioned officers of the separate organ
lzatloxuv battery. Signal Corps, and the
First Separate Battalion, last night, ten
tative consideration was given detailed
plans for the camp of Instruction to be
held at Harpers Ferry early next month,
which were prepared by Adj. Gen. A. L.
Pannerter, and a cepy of a map of the
camp site prepared by MaJ. Wheaton. of
the Engineer Corps, showing the loca
tion of the various commands and the
The question of details from the va
rious commanders for the handling of
tentlngs and baggings were fully dis
cussed, as was the movement of the
troops from Washington.
The movement of the troops will begin
on Sunday, August 11 and the battery and
Signal Corps will take up the march for
camp grounds, while the Infantry will
entrain on the morning of August II.
It Is estimated that about 1.300 men will
participate In the maneuvers, and ar
rangements will be made to take care
of that number.
The plans, as adopted, will be forward
ed to Brig. Gen. George H. Harries, who
Is at present In Louisville. Ky.. for ap
proval. The site of the camp at Harpers
Ferry Is an Ideal one for a military camp
and Is situated at Bolivar Heights, which
Is one of the most beautiful sites In that
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damages, alleging that on June 12. Bit).
while engaged In his business as postal
clerk on a trip from this city to Greens
boro, N. C, he was exposed to the rain
which leaked through the roof of the
car, resulting in a severe cold and pleu
risy, necessitating an operation and pre
venting him from transacting his neces
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