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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. FTttDAT. JULY 26. 1912.
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719 Ninth St N. W.
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PHONE N. 2377
z Fine Groceries, Meats
and Provisions.
BUSHROD T. GARRISON
V First and You Streets N. W.
4 Prompt Delivery Service.
SHOOTAWK
.Won't throw iwiy that tectum aotei or htttt r
worn. Those parta receir contunt wear and fix &
MUM lEOlat Ul0 CX ftAO. lEl the tO
T. Guiffre, pexn.ave.iv.w.
teboea to order. Orthopedic wnt U dtfonmUj
o tnfflcclt to cctcr pcrlcuy aod camlorUblj.
MEDICINES AND PRESCRIPTIONS
YEATMAN'S DRUG STORE
7th and H Streets N. E.
Phones. L. 332 and L. 2761.
TELVKT CREAM AT FOUXTAIW
TcU-JlM.
FINE
Watch and Jewelry Man
ufacturing and Repairing.
Special prices one week.
COLE & SWAN,
2018 14th nit. 9 STORES MUw.
North 1H0. wIVHEO We.tieas.
KODAK FILMS DEVELOPED
10 cents per roll, by experts.
Photo Supplies, Stationery.
W. J. KROUSE
Phone M. 4330.
$08 C Street
Lowe Bros.' 'HIGH STANDARD
PAINT
Goes Further and Lasts Longer.
DE MAINE & CO.,
2212 if. St. N. VT.
No more Indigestion If you use
Goldsmith's indigestion Remedy
25c snd 50 e Bottle
Phone orders delivered. N. 229S.
CHRISTIAN! PHARMACY,
(BcMAnan & Goldsmith),
'. Ccr. Tth and U BU. N. W., Wtihiejton. P. a
LOUIS F. BRADLEY
PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST,
8th and E Streets S. E. '
POSTAL TELEGRAPH BBAKCB.
Telepfaoo Lloeola SO.
No Storage Charges for
First Month.
rteosonable rates on atoraee. ttanllas
snd paeklnc- Estimates furnished. Ex
pert service.
UNION STORAGE CO..
'Phone 21. 4374. 2911 Pa. At.
Comp. Bispan Tablets
Relieves Indigestion Quickly.
25c
Postage Prepaid on Receipt of Price.
HENRY W. SMITH, Pharmacist
d St. and Penna. Are.
VODB MACHINE OUT OF ORDER?
. Send Postal, and
. LARKIN The Sewing
arrISI Machine Man.
Will Make Price and Work Right
Corner 3d and H Streets N.W.
FOR SALE
Cos good, comfortable homes for
tired feet OUR U. S. ARMY STAND
ARD SHOE. Built by Government
contractors.
CHAS. A. RICHARDSON
735 8th St S. E.
U-WANTA EAT?
McCRAY
Refrigerators
'HAVEvHO EQUAL
McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO.,
611 XT Street Sorthwest. .
AT RIFLE SHOOT
CapV F. H. Heidenreich and Cor
poral T. E. Fehr Have
Perfect Day.
CAPT. HOLT HOLDS HIGHEST
INDIVIDUAL SCORE AT HEET
Mosher, Company SMrmish, and
Harriei' Long; Range Hatches
Are Ban Off.
Two perfect scores at the dlfflcult dis
tance of 600 yards, were' the most strik
ing performances seen at the annual
shoot of the District National Guard
yesterday. They were made by Capt F. II.
Heidenreich and Corp. J. R. Fehr. In the
contect for the Moser trophy. Capt Cook
son's team, of which both were members,
won the event with the remarkable av
erage of 47.S out of a possible CO.
The Mosher .match. Is open to teams
from the Army, Navy. Marine Corps, and
the militia of New Jersey. Maryland, vlr.
glnla. and the District The Marine Corps
were holders of the cup, but as they were
unable to send a team to defend It,
three teams were made up from the can
didates for the brigade tearj. which will
go to the national shoot at Seagirt end
the trophy awarded to the winners.
Day Good for Firing;.
The day was favorable, with a steady
light and no wind, so that good scores
were made all along the line. In the
Berry Whltmore Company skirmish
match, the Second Infantry team won
with a score of 19! Capt Holt of the
winning team, made the best Individual
scores, 94 and SS out of a possible 100.
In this match the men deployed In
skirmish line at 600 yards and advanced
upon the target at double time, lying
down at every 100 yards to Are, as In an
actual attack. The target was a sil
houette of a man prone, and only twenty
to thirty seconds were allowed for each
shot.
The Harries long range match was a
contest for Individual scores ut t000
yards. It was won by Lieut It Powers,
of the Ordinance Department, with a
score of 72.
There were a number of visitors to
the range yesterday, lacludlng Assistant
Postmaster L. J. Robinson. Capt C. H.
Smith, of the Post-office Department;
Col Charles Ourand, Lieut Col. A. L.
Parmerter, and the wives and daughters
of officers. A luncheon was served to
the visitors and contestants.
MaJ. G. L. Talt. First Infantry, chief
range officer, commented upon the
promptness and efficiency with which
the match had been conducted. Ho gave
especial credit to the executive officer.
Mat Thomas S. King, the officers In
charge of various ranges, and the sta
tistical officers, Capt C It Sherwood
and Frank Slgourney.
The scores follow:
The aioaher Mntch.
Second trua Capt. W. W. Coolant
3rudi. en
&F. R.F. lards. Ttl
UraL Tbomaa Brown 45 i) 47 132
6rU 3. D. SduiTtr.. 42 51 43 13
Print P. J. Kahrs 41 3 45 115
Capt. Hfiaenr-ich 43 41 10 138
Corp. J. It. Fthr. IS U 50 1M
Saxt. F. B McFasjes 43 41 47 131
Team total 777
First team-Capt, Lieut. (XL G. B. Toucr
Lieut. R, ABmu 43 38 41 13
Capt. t. w Holt 41 a 44 is
Strrt. A. G. Schmidt. 41 38 43 IB
IMiate IT. F. Blrtarrtsm,... 43 44 41 13
rnrate R. Clouser 41 43 43 132
Unit. O. C. Caldwell 42 33 46 121
Team total ,f5
Thirf tram Capt. Thomas F MeAcallj
Cain. K. It. Brian 43 3 45 13
Print E. II Ortrr 39 33 41 113
Lirat. IL C Earashiw 13 32 43 117
erst U. n. Barron. 49 33 4S III
IJtut. K. Fowtu 41 34 45 13
Berzt. C E. Groome.. 40 43 43 13
Tnm total .-. 73
Company Skirmish Match.
Beaond Icfantz7.
Capt. Holt 132
fcerirt. C E. Groorne 130
Lieut. T. F. MrAnallr 153
Capt. Hrid-nrtich. 1S9
unit. R. Alderman.
Eeoood Lieut. R. E. Burton. 132
ToUL
First Infantry.
Laeuu Tbomas Brown.... H......H..H..........
Bast, R. CHoumt.
Seryt. A. O. ScSmiit .... 1M
Berst. J. B. Fehr
Serst. 2. D. Sriirtrer.
Eergt. F. B. McFaTdi.......... .......
Total .
First Separate Batalllon.
Serst. J. E. Slaughter....
Prints Wade
Corp. Brown
Beret. R. X. Carter.
Sergt. J. O. Frailer
Llsnt. C. B. Browne.....
so:
Total 2S8
Harriett lAtna Range Match.
1 Iieat. B. Powers, Ordnance Department. 72
2 PrinU M. B. AUlnson. Companj E. 1st Inf.- 71
3-Capt. F. n. Heidenieich, 8. A. D 71
4rriTate Chas E. Groome, Companj E, 2d Inf. 69
J Cart. W. W. Cookjon. 8. A. D 60
Prtiat J. K. Frtir, Compan; K, let Inf 7
7-LieuL H. C. Caldwell. Ordnance Department.. ST
8 Prirate It. II. Clonstr, Companj B, lit Inf.... 66
Butt. H. n. Banows. Companj B, 2d Inf....
10 Unit. R. Alderman, Ordnance Department...,
11 lient, Thomas Brown. 1st Inf
12 Ctnt. A. G. Schmidt, Companj K, Ut Inf
13-Cent. J. D. Sehrtrer. Companj K. Ut Inf
14-Berjt. n. F. Reese, Companj E, 1st Inf.
IS Capt. F. T. Holt. Ordnance Department
lt-PriTite F. J. Kahra. Companj K. 1st Inf.....
17 Print H. F. Richardson. Companj K. 2d Inf. 62
ia ueut. x. a-. McAnauj. umnaneo ITrpartment 61
lJ-Capc. E. H. Brian. 2d Inf. 69
20 Print J. A. Wade. Companj B. Ut Sep. B.. 59
21-Serrt. F. R. McFadjen. Compear B, 1st Inf.. 87
22-W. C. Curtis. Companj K. W Infantry........ u
23 Beret. J. C 8weenej. Companj E. 2d Inf S3
24 Prints B. A. Hopkins, Companj G, 1st Inf... 4a
25-LioDL J. E. Emlta. 1st Sep. B 47
25 L. It. Scott. Companj B, 1st Sep. B 41
27 Arnold C Otto, Companj F. 1st Inf ... 4!
23 Serst. L. A. Cole, Companj F, 1st Inf 13
23 H. W. Slee. Companj G, Ut Inf 41
30 Printe J. Morris, Companj G, 1st Inf 37
a fiersx naj. a. j. urate, ut mr....... a
35 William F. Rlexa. CcmnanrG. lit Inf. i
33 Ensign B. C Getainger, Nanl Battalion 3
54 Arthur P. Phelps, Companj G, lat Inf 15
35 B B. MenTman. Companj O, Ut Inf 6
36 v. i ttecaro. companj o, 1st Inf 2
J.AITO Fete Closes.
The lawn fete given under auspices of
the Church of the Blessed Sacrament on
the library grounds. Chevy Chase, closed
last night Rev. Tomas G. Smyth, pas
tor of the Church of the Blessed Sacra
ment expressed himself as well pleased
with the success ot the fete and said
thst a large sum was realized for the
benefit of the church.
Mechanics Enjoy Outlutr.
More than 500 members snd friends of
Mount Vernon Council, No. 10, Junior
Order United American Mechanics, en-
Joyed the annual outing of the council
to Chesapeake Beach yesterday. A big
programme of amusements was carried
out
'RY MURINE EYE REMED
Y
For Red, Weak. Weary, Watery Ejes
a GRANULATED EYELIDS
Murine Doesal Sourt Soetbta En Pals
THRICE Df SAME. PLACE.
C&MaVtjr Cktekea Train .After
Three Arrests En Route.
.Charged with' violating the speed Jaw
three .successive times while conveying a
wealthy Chicago broker and his two
nieces. Misses Mildred and Eleanor
Evans, both California heiresses, from
apartments In Ontario Road."to,the Union
Station to "catch a New Tork train, Glenn
Boise, a, chauffeur,, was arraigned In the
Police Court yesterday.
The defendant was taken Into custody
thrice whlfe making "the run. He ex
plained , o the court that the broker
and the nieces, had to catch the train,
and that speeding was the only solution
of the problem, as the hour for depart
ure was at hand. Judge Pugh fined the
chauffeur J3 in one case, and dismissed
the other two.
"Washington certainly has a peelsh
bicycle squad," muttered Boise, as he
pulled five dirty paper bills from his
pocket and clapped them down on the
clerks desk.
TOO MUCH WHITE
Physicians Condemn the Use of
Color in Wall Paper
and Dresses.
HUBTS EYES; CAUSES FEVER
The ban has bettn placed on those
pretty white baby carriages. Also tb
time-honored "Mother Goose" nursery,
which usually consisted of white wall
paper, bordered with the famous fairy
characters. Is a thing of the past Dr.
Louis Delattre. a Belgian specialist has
said so, and his sentiments are echoed,
on this side of the Atlantic.
TVhlto paint Is extremely hurtful to
children's health, as the whiteness
strikes and Irritates the delicate retina
of the eyes," says Dr. Delattre. "This
Is not only damaging to the sight but to
the brain as well."
He attributes much of the fever and
even meningitis to the effect of white
light on young people and urges moth
ers to recolor the walls and hangings In
either blue, green, or even yellow.
It has been a long established fact"
Dr. U S. Anderson, of 13C5 II Street
Northwest a well-known physician of
this city, said yesterday, "that white Is
one of the most trying colors we have.
It makes older people cross and Irritable.
while the younger ones become weak.
Although It may not be trua that a glar
ing white light can cause meningitis.
which is a germ. It Is possible for a child
to become very sick. These white peram
bulators, which are so much the fashion
at present and which mothers believe are
the best thing posstble tor their DaDies.
are really very Injurious. It would be
a different matter If they were lined In
brown, but as they are now a mother
can hardly cipect to have healthy, happy
children.
"I suggest that mothers keep the walls
of the rooms In which the children live
papered In dark colors. Blue Is excellent
for Its calming restfulness. The old
fashioned mothers, who drtssed their
little ones only In blue, surrounding them
with blue tints, recognized the health
worth of the color.
"White represents nothing, and Is abso
lutely ot no advantage to humanity. Still
fashionable mothers persist In dressing
their children In white, whether summerj
or winter. iqe i&aurun is nusuru, uiiu
shonld be done away with."
1VI11 O. K. Dissolution Plan.
The government's long war with the
Beef Trust Is practically at an end. It
was learned yesterday. Tho plans for
the dissolution of the National Packing
Companj. which contemplate a physical
dlvls on of the properties of the company
Into three parts, representing, respec
tively, the Swift, the Armour, and the
Morris interests, are almost certain to
have the approval of Attorney General
Wlckersham when they are presented to
him In the course of the next few days.
Scots Pfrnlo To-day.
For the purpose of keeping fresh In the
minds of the local Scots memories of the
old land, the Caledonian Club will hold Its
annual excursion to-day to Marshall HalL
An Interesting programme has been ar
ranged. Including a long series of ath
letic events for both children and adults.
The committee In charge of the outing
consists of Chief Rae William Jardlne,
Alexander Douglas, William Grant John
Robertson, and John Mitchell.
Found Gnilty of Aananlt.
Charged with assaulting Moses Sin
shelmer, whom he alleges cheated him
In a horse deal. Walter Bllck. an Ice deal
er. was arraigned In Police Court yester
day. He was found guilty. Sentence will
be announced to-day. Edward Bllck, the
Ice dealer's father, was also before the
tribunal on a similar charge of assault
but the case against him was dismissed.
If Yonre Fond of Roaea
You should see the beautiful specimens
here at 60c dozen. Gude. 1211 F.
BIRTH RI1CORD.
WHITE.
Dsllas O. and Marie G. Southworth. girl.
Benjamin J. and Amj K. Qrtijenberrj, boj.
Clarence M. and LftretU B, Korton. boj.
James F. and Catherine C Merchant, girL
Alfred O. and MiWa Maddren. girL
Horace and Marj A. Ewin. boy.
Millard F. and Annie Ecaloff. boj.
John and Kathtrise Comek. girL
COLORED.
Garneld and Annie Wall. girL
Joseph O. and Annie Saroj, girL
Samuel II. and 3Urj A. Itoss. girL
Thomas and Edna Johneon. boj.
William and Ij L. Hanllns, girl and bej, twins.
Charles and Beatrice Butler. girL
DEATH RCCORD.
WHITX.
Elizabeth H. Mumj. 80 jeare, 133) P St. nw.
Rajtnond E. Burns, 7. (13 7th St. ne.
Irene Young. 29. 143 31st St. nw.
John Tor, M, Ml B St. ce.
Labrete Abood, 7 months. OT K St. nw,
COLORED.
William Jennifer, 26 years, 33 Logan Place nw.
Clarence Saunders, 3 Tears. Children's HospitaL
LOCAL MEN1I0N.
EXCURSIONS TO.DAY.
Eteamer CSisrles Msealester for Mount Vernon
hates Serenth Street Wharf at 10 . m. and 230
p. m. dailj. except Sundaj. For Marshall Hall dallj
and Sundaj. 10 a. m.. 230 and 63e p. m.
Steamer SL Johns lesres errata street Wharf
at 9 a. sn. for Colonial Braeh.
Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Compass's
steamers from foot of Seienth Street for Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk daily at 6:15 p. m.
Cars from Fifteenth Street and New York Arenas
eierj Quarter boor for main entrance Zoo Park and
Cberj Chase. '
To ureat taus nsiaington ana ma uonunlos
Railroad ears ererj few minutes from Thlrtj-slxta
and M Streets.
To Qiesaceake Beach Dallj trains of Cheaaneaka
Beach Railwaj Iran 130. 1030. and 1130 a. m.:
230. 10, and IS5 p. m.
To Mount vernon naaaington-virginu naUwaj
ears ererj hour on the hour from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
mation. Twelfth Street and Pennsylnnls Aram.
Daring Jnly and August a special 50
cent lunch will be served from noon
till 3 a. m. at Harvey's. Eleventh and
Pennsylvania Avenue.
OLIVE BRANCH OR
BRICK FOR KELLEf
Costello Committee Offen Chairman
of Old Democratic Central Com
mittee Alternative.
CAN HAVE PEACE OB '
WAR, AS HE MAY ELECT
Meeting at Building Trades' Hall
Makes More Threats Court
Action Likely.
The olive branch will be extended to
J. Fred Kelley, chairman of the old
Central Democratic Committee, by the
body commonly known as the Costello
committee, and If he refuses to accept
It with one hand and turn over with
the other the records and funds which
he now holds, legal proceedings will be
Instituted as a final resort
This programme was decided upon last
night by the Costello committee, of
which Robert E. Mattlngly Is chairman,
at a meeting In Building Trades Hall.
Resolutions were Introduced by Daniel
F. Flnucane and unanimously adopted
authorizing the officers of the commit
tee to assume charge of the matter and
resort to action In the courts If Mr.
Kelley could not be brought to terms by
moral suasion.
The resolutions are as follows:
Resolutions Adopted.
"Be it resolved by the present Demo
cratic Central Committee. That the chair
man, secretary, and treasurer of this
body, representing the Democratic Cen
tral Committee. Immediately take such
steps as may be deemed necessary on
behalf of this committee to begin pro
ceedings of a legal nature, civil or other
wise, to determine the title of this ,body
to all such funds, documents, Ac and
to employ counsel for that purpose It
found necessary."
Mr. Kelley and the other officers or the
old central committee were bitterly de
nounced In spirited words. Toward the
end of the meeting, however, the rancor
gradually disappeared, and the members
began talking about the olive brancn
and harmony. Then those who had pro
nounced Imprecations against Kelley and
his followers arose to say that tney ear
nestly hoped their words had not been
misinterpreted, that they, too, were In
favor of the olive branch, and that after
all they thought Mr. Kelley was a "good
old harmless wheel horse of Democracy,"
and would soon come to terms.
Denounces Kelley.
Capt Miller denounced Mr. Kelley
toundly.
often recall." he said, "the night
of the primaries last May with that mob
of irate Democrats In Mr. Kelley's little
otlice, the lights out, the hour growing
late, and the chairman himself forced
to the sill of the open window, while
several talked of fighting and curses
were filling the sir. And I often think
that the best thing that could have hap
pened that night would have been to have
thrown Mr. Kelley all the way out."
Tho proposed ratification meeting was
discussed but no definite action was taken
in the matter. Mr. Colpoys said that no
replies had been received from Gov. Wil
son and Gov. Marshall with respect to
the proposition. The plan Is to hold a
big mass meeting In Convention Hall In
August with the Democratic Presidential
and Vice Presidential candidates as the
speakers and guests ot honor. If August
Is too early to suit the convenience of the
tvo big guns of Democracy, the date
nil! be changed to beptember.
Costello Make Explanation.
Prof. Thomas E. Will spoke on popular
government In the District at the meet
ing last night. He said that the lack of
suffrage here Is a national disgrace.
John F. Costello. the National Com
mitteeman, announced that he wanted It
distinctly understood that he has noth
ing whatever to do with the squabble
between the "Costello" committee and
Mr. Kelley.
Mr. Kelley still holds on with a firm
grip to the committee's possessions. He
Is sphynx-llke and noncommittal, but
determined down in his heart that
courts and National Committee resolu
tions shall not force him to yield up the
property to a tody which he considers
undeserving. He has but one answer
to all questions:
"I have been eliminated. Tes, for
ever! (Tears.) They told me so In Bal
timore." WEATHER CONDITIONS.
C. 8. Dept of Agriculture. Weather Bureau.
Washington, D. a, Julj 25-1 p. m.
There will be local thundtntmns Fridaj and
probablj t-atvmiay lu the Missouri Valley, the
Northern and Centnl Plains States, the RJtj
Mountain region, and Eastern Arizona, and tl
showers are also probahla in the South Atlantic
and Esst Gulf BUtti, Oter tb remainder of tie
country the weather will be generally fair Friday
and Saturday.
Te-aprratur changes will not be decided.
The winds alowr the New England ccast wia be
moderate southwest and west; on the Middle At
lantic onaas moderate west and northwe; on tha
South Atlantic coast moderate and cyvtlj aeutb
': en the Eat Gulf coast light to moderate
ariable; en the West Gulf cnst mod-rat sonth
erlj; on the Lower Lakes moderat. mostlj north
west and nnnh; on the Urper I-akes moderate
northwest and north, brooming variable Saturdaj.
Local Temperatures.
Midnight, 63; 2 a. rol, 62; 4 a. ra, 63; ( a. ra.. 62;
I a. m., 64; 10 a. m., 67; 12 noon, 73; 2 p. m.," 77
1 p. m.. 79; 6 p. m.. 7; 8 p. m., 76; W p. m.. 73.
Highest, M; !cwet. 62.
Belatire humidity a. m., 89; 2 p. m.. S3: t
p. m., 73. Rainfall (t p. m. to 8 p. m.). ".04.
Hours of sunshine. 4.9. Per cent of pos!b!e sun
shine, 31.
Tempentnn aama data last rear Hlrkest- K?
lowest, 66.
Temperatures In Other Cities.
TMnpentures In other cities, together with the
amount of ninfall for tht twenty-four hoars ended
at p. m. jesteroay, art ai rolkrwa:
Rain
Max. Mis. 1p.m. falL
Asherille. N. C....... 84 M 76 n.29
Atlanta. Ga. K 71 76 0 K
Atlantia City. N. J 76 60 70
Bisns-ck. N. Dak !6 M 7?
BOFton. Maas 74 W 70 ....
Buffalo. N. Y 74 S3 61 T.
Chicago. Ill 84 n 70
Cincinnati, Ohio. 88 76 tl
Cheyenne, Wyo 78 54 72
Darenport, Iowa. 88 60 82
Denrer. Colo. 7J H 78 0.01
Des Moines, Iowa 80 63 81
Duluth. Mfvi .6 M 72 .
Galmton. Tex 88 80 81
Helena. Mcnt M
Indianapolis. Ind 88 71 80
JsekKmrille. Fla SS 89 8
Kansas City, Mo SS 72 86 0.32
Little Rock. Ark 100 79 M
Los Angeles. Cal 76 38 70
Marquette, Mich...- 70 S3 61 T.
Jlemphi-. Tenn M 74 88
New Orleans. La. 91 76 S3
New Tork. N. T. 83 61 70
North Tlatte. N'ebr 76 72 0.N
Omaha. Nebr 70 M
Philadelphia. Pa. 81 68 78
Pittsburg. Pa - 80 62 78 0.C2
Portland. Me TJ 16 tl
Portland. Ores .... 78 66 76
Salt Lake City. Utah 90 70 86
St- Louis. Mo 88 76 83
St. Paul. Minn...... 78 61 76
SpeingDeM. Ill 22 70 81
Tamra. Fla - 93 83 81 T.
Toledo, Ohio..- 83 63 76
VickiUurg. Mis. 92 76 83
Tide Table.
Ttwlay High tide, 2:50 a. m. ant 631 p. ra.; low
tide. 12:12 a.-m.
Tomorrow High tide. 638 a. ra. and TU3 p. B.;
low tide, 12:18 a. m. and 13 p. In.
CHEVY CHASE DEMOCRATS.
Orsanlsa and Indorse National avnO.
, Local Tickets.
The. Chevy Chase-Democratlo Club was
organized last night In i Chevy Chase,
ML. af a well-attended meeting.. The
Democratlo candidates for President and
Vice President and the Judiciary and
congressional tickets were heartily In
dorsed.
- Hon. Andrew j. Cummlngi, State dele.
gate, from Montgomery County; Ashby
LcavelL R, E. Yellott and others ad.
dressed the meeting. The following offi
cers were elected:
"E. H. Jones, president: Thomas Con
rsd, W. P. Brooks, and W. law, vice
presidents; C W. Tlmper. secretary, and
E. J. Murthy, treasurer.
HOUSE LEADERS
ARE 'AT WAR IN
WARSHIP FIGHT
Coatlnneil from Face One
pointed at the Capitol yesterday. It was
charged that Mr. Burleson repeatedly vio
lated the rules of parliamentary pro
cedure in his rulings. The steam roller
was reversed and applied to Its natural
engineers, and they were not pleased
with the experience. Mr. Burleson. It
was charged. Ignored the demand for a
division on the vote to adjourn the meet
ing, although there were enough votes
to defeat the motion.
Party Split Poanible.
That the Wednesday mucus may re
sult In a serious split In the hitherto
united House majority was apparent
Many members took the position that
the matter resolved Itself Into a decision
between misguided party loyalty and
patriotism, and that they would be gov
erned by the latter Influence rather than
by the former In any future action In
the primaries. Others, taking Into con
sideration tho Democratic platform,
which declared for "an adequate navy"
and one which will uphold the dignity
and prestige of the United States, de
clare that even party loyalty directs
them to disregard the caucus pledge.
The questionable motives of many who
voted against further battleship construc
tion this year offer another reason for
disregarding the caucus pledge. That
arge number of mmbe snoiild mates
their ipo'oval of battleship construction
contingent ui on their ability to reap per
sonal benefits from a "pork barrel" pub
lic buildings bill Is looked upon by many
as sufficient justification for breaking
through party ties In this Instance. That
Representative Underwood, wnoeo lead
ership has been the principal factor In
the excellent record the Democratic House
has made, sides against the no-battleship
programme la considered further Justi
fication for an Independent stand in the
controversy by many who have been
Mr. Underwood's strongest supporters or.
the side of party regularity In the House.
May Mean Tito Milp.
In view of the lndepcndant attitude
which a large number ot Democrats as
sumed yesterday, it Is not believed the
possibility of re-enacting the 1J11-12 naval
bill, and thus providing for two battle
ships, will materialize, though It Is pos
sible that a strong bolt In the Democratic
majority may result in two battleships
instead of one, as suggested as a basts
of compromise with the Fenate.
Just what significant attaches to the
fact that Speaker Clark and Majority
leader Underwood are on opposite sides
tho controversy is problematical.
Speaker Clark Is known as an advocate of
small navy, and the "pork barrel"
buildings bill can have no bearing upon
his attitude.
On the other hand, as a leader of the
House and the national Democratic party.
he should Ie expected to support the
party's platform and follow us closely
as possible the desires of the party's
new leader. Gov. Wilson.
A refusal on the part of the Democrats
of the House to sanction the continua
tion of the battleship construction pro
gramme In the face of the party's plat
form might prove a handicap In the
campaign, and one which the party's
legislative leaders should stand ready to
obviate
However. It Is probable that when Mr.
Burnett and his "no pork barrel, no bat
tleships" followers again are called upon
to meet the Issue, they will find them
selves pitted against an organized force
under the able leadership of Oscar Un
derwood and his lieutenants.
Asks Abnnlute Divorce.
Pearl V. Butterfleld yesterday filed suit
for absolute divorce from Adam Butter
fleld. alleging misconduct and non-sup
port. The' were married at Alexandria.
Va., February 12. 13TC, and have one
child whose custody. Is requested by the
plaintiff.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
WHITE
John H. Moon. 43, and Annie E. Win. 33, both
cf narrfaonburs. Va. RT. W. I. MeKenney.
Thomaa L. Iloorer, r. or tAiote store, (a, ana
Lula M. Keiater, 13, of Slnger'a Glen. Va, Ber.
Arthur II. Thompson.
Leonard M. Boer. 26. and Madeline F. Horton,
IS. both of Richmond. Vs. Rer. W. A. Melrtn.
William E. Bowers. 21. and Hazel B. Long. 19.
both of Harrisonburg. Vs. Rer. William J. CarrolL
Earl A. Uoi. 23. and JulU E. Cutauo. 1. Iter.
Eugene J. Connelly.
Robert C Cronk. 23. of Parkers. Vs.. and Ann! J.
WUihire. 23, of Mine Bun, Va. Ret. Edward Stan
ley. Robert M. O Crnnor, n. ana 3lartS uioa, a.
Rr. Edward D. Stone.
James R. McCiellan, 23. and Julia E. Lee. 3. Kit.
Jcepb. U. Cassidy.
COLORED.
Philip Steward. 23. and Beatrice Walker. 22. Bct.
V. Westrsy.
J. R. Douglass. 23, and Annie Burkett, ZL Iter.
W. Westray.
S. H. Walker, 24, and Bessie L, Addison, v iter.
ToUlrer.
IL Johnson, 27. and Page Lewis, 23. Rer. W.
Westray.
F. Kelly. 39. and Alberta Jones, s. Key. 31. c
Clair.
8. Johnson, 22, and Inez a. Bancs, 22, Ber. A. J.
Tjler.
J. Beattr. 23. and Lzm w. uoumenaco, is.
Rer. S. M. Brown.
T. Bullock. 21. and Jttliett E. Stewart. 22.
Rer. E. Ricks.
W. M. Hamilton. 2L and Nettle M. Tibia, a.
Iter. W. Westray.
31. J, Thomas, 30, and Helen Hunter, 3). iter. it.
Hawkins.
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BALKS AT ALTAR; .
RETURNS LICENSE
Harris A. Mudd Learns Wife Is Liv
ing; on Eve of Wedding and
Bomance Is Shattered.
With the possibility of charges of big
amy being brought against him it he
carried out his plan to marry Isabella
Bryan, twenty-five years old. of West
moreland County, Va.. Harris A. Mudd,
of King George County. VaT, yesterday
afternoon returned the marriage license
which he had obtained last Tuesday, and
asked CoL KrolL who Is In charge of
the marriage license register at the City
Halt, to cancel the license "for the pres
ent at least, as the wedding won't take
piace ior a wniie."
Mudd, who Is twenty-five rears old. re
lated a queer tale in connection with his
request to have the license; annulled. On
Tuesday, when he obtained the license, he
swore inat his nrst wife was dead, and
yesterday he told CoL Kroll that his
mother-in-law, whose name and address
ne am not give. Informed him on Wed
nesday that she had hearrt from Tier
daughter. Mudd's wife, and that she was
living In Chicago. Being asked why he
made affidavit to her death when he ap
plied for the license on Tuesday, Mudd
said that his mother-in-law had told him
some ume ago that his wife was dead,
and that only after ha was rnv tr
iiuane juies uryan nis Driae aia she tell
him that his first wife, whos name was
Etta Hicks, and whom he married in
1D06, was still living. Mudd said that
they lived together for three years, when
she deserted him. He said he had en
gaged a lawyer to enter suit for absolute
divorce from her.
War Veteran Dies In Bnlllmore.
Ludwlg W. Dorr, formerly of this city,
veteran of the Franco-Prussian war,
died yesterday In Baltimore of Bright'e
disease, after a long Illness. He had
received a medal for bravery as a mem
ber of the French Emperor's body guard.
Two sons, L. W. Dorr, Jr.. and Joseph
Dorr, of this city, survive him.
Mrs. Klild Wants Freedom.
Alleging that her husband Is now- In
the Federal penitentiary at Culebra,
Canal Zone, and that ha deserted her
six years after their marriage. Mrs. Ger
trude Webster Kldd yesterday filed suit
for absolute divorce from Allan R. Kldd,
charging him with misconduct and nam
ing a co-respondent,
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