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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY. &OYEMBER 19. 1912.
JFHOTOGRAEH SHOWING ACTUAL FATTLE" SCENE, IN BALKAN WAR.
WARREN MOTOR SALES' GO,
Is My Price
. Ha Removed tt
1610 14flL Street rT.W;
Paone Jforth 68fT.
"BUY A WARREN AND
We give votes la Th Herald
Of correct style and faultless qual-
y LEO DAVfS
Inporlins Tailor. 739 131h3f.ll. W.
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GEORQE A. EMMONS
207-207 1-2 Pa. Ave. S. E.
Always the Same
tea v nrm a. w. Thcas iuta urn.
This rcmaTkable picture shows Gen. Martinovitch and "Gen. Patikoff, directly behind the gun, with field glasses, scanning the Turk
ish position, Tarabosch, as it was being bombarded by the big field guns of the Montenegrins. Tarabosch was taken during the advance
on Scutari, in Albania.
Annual Meeting of Organization
Held in Board Room of
OFFICERS ABE ELECTED;
TO RAISE FUND OF $3,500
Scoutmasters Organize Club to Ob
tain Closer Co-operation To
Hold Camp Next Summer.
The roll of the local council of the Boy
Scouts of America has now reached the
500 mark, with twenty-flve scout masters
emploved according to the reports made
yesterday afternoon at annual meeting
of the Scouts in the board room of the
District meeting. Officers were elected
and the records and experiences of the
bojs were discussed Arthur C. Moses
nas elected president.
It was decided at the meeting that 3M00
should be raised this ear for salaries,
office expenses, and the camp neason. and
the plans for the inaugural parade were
discussed Tho bovs are not only to
march, but are to act as guides for the
The following officers were elected -President.
Arthur C Moses, vice presi
dents. Cuno H Rudolph. Henry P Blair,
Colin II Livingstone, treasurer. Paul Du-
lanev . scout commissioner. Edgar S
Martin, assistant scout commissioner,
Frank C Wood
Executive committee Chairman. Ar
thur C Moses. Milton E Alles. Albert
M. Chesley. William M Daidson. Paul
Dulaney. Stephen E. Kramer. G A
Lvon. rthur C Moses, William T Rus
sell. James E WestC Henry P Blair,
Philander P Claxton, William II De-
lacy. Harry M Kaufman. Coin II LIv
lngstone. Edgar S Martfi, Cuno H. Ru
dolph Rabbi Louis Stern
Finance commltee Paul Dulaney,
William H DeLacy. Stephen E Kramer.
Harry H Kaufman, Colin II Living
stone, Rabbi Louis Stern
!coutinatT OrgnnUp rinb.
A Scoutmasters' Club Is now being or
ganized by the scoutmasters of the Dis
trict, the purpose of which will be to
secure closer co-operation and leader
ship for the -troops of the city
A more careful selection of scoutmas
ters is proposed during the coming jear.
requiring every organization to provide
the hcoutmaster before the troop is or
ganized, with a local committee of from
three to five to assist the scoutmaster
In his district
Attention was called to the work done
during the last weo kb Boy Scouts go
ing from tchool to school demonstrating
first aid to the injured in the case of
It was decided that camp should be
maintained next vear The valuable as
sistance given the movement by Its
president, Arthur C Moses, was men
tioned, and the fact that he spends a
part of one day each week In tho office
was commended by the mceUng
Mention was also made of assistance
given bv Colin H Livingstone, presi
dent of the National Council Boy Scouts
of America, and Paul Dulaney In obtain
ing a camp site during the last 5 car and
offering another one for next year at
Three Held for Slur.Icr.
Watertown, Mass.. Nov. 18. Three men
arrested early to-day charged with the
murder of Frank Cirillo. an employe pf
the Hood Rubber Company, at East
Watertown, during an argument over
his returning to work, were held without
ball for a further hearing Monday In tho
Waltham Police Court to-day
The men are Tomasso Flllardi. twenty-
MOST SICKNESS COMES FROM
WEAK, INACTIVE KIDNEYS
Recent Resorts Show Hundreds
Suffer With Kidney Troubles
aad lon't Know It.
Tbere are scores of nervous, tired.
run-down people throughout the city,
suffering with pains In the back and
sides, dizzy spells, weaknesses of the
bladder (frequently causing annoyance
at night), who fail to realize the serl
outness of their troubles until such con
ditions aa chronic rheumatism, bladder
troubles, dropsy, diabetes, or even
Bright' disease result.
All this Is due to weak. Inactive kid
neys. The kidneys are the fllterers of
the blood, and no one can be well and
healthy unless the kidneys work proper
ly. It Is even more Important than that
the bowels move regularly.
If you suffer with such symptoms,
don't neglect yourself another day and
run the rise of serious complications.
secure an original package pr the newUails to, give thel desire xtaulti thi -i
Butitij uuaacbj tuu costs out a
three; Gabriel Lcpora, twenty-eight: and
Vlncenzo Ristogono, all of East Water
town Cirillo wis shot through the neck and
PASTOR OFFERS $1,000.
Micr. Russell Will Pay 1'rnott Prov
ing; Author of Mimed Oatlm.
One thousand dollars i offered by Mgr
William T Russell, pastor of St. Pat
rick's Church, to tho person who will
establish the authenticity of the oths re
cently circulated as a part of the Cath
olic ritual by anti-Catholics, and who
will prove that these oaths arc taken by
the officers of the church
This offer was made by Mgr. Russell
last night from the pulpit of the church
after reading one of the questions deposited-
In "the question bo- ' which will
be open until after the service Thursday
night for those who wish to propound
questions on religion
The particular question that drew rfom
the minister the $1,000 offer, wab
"Why have Catholics never denied the
oathes said to be taken by their minis
try as a part of their church obligation"
Mgr Russell proceeded In a speech of
some fifteen minutes to deny the oaths
In question, saying the stories bore no
sUntUla of truth
He said that, in tho first place. Cath
olics had never taken the trouble to deny
theso stories because they had considered
them too ridiculous to be taken serious
ly. He said that beside the calumlnous
oaths ascribed to the priests, Jesuits,
bishops, and cardinals, there had been
circulated in Washington a slanderous
oith ascribed to the Knights of Colum
bus This. Mgr Rusell said, he had no
doubt had been started because of the
demonstration made bv the lodge last
"I will give anvone who proves that
the clergy nf tho Catholic church takes
such oaths." said Mgr Rusell, "J1.00D.
And if there are any newspaper men
here to-night. I hope they will give this
statement all the publicity possible
Mgr Russell last night delivered the
first of a series of lectures he is giving
this week There will be lectures to
night and Wednesday and Thursdaj
TOO ILL TO APPEAR BEFORE
MONEY TRUST PROBERS
That William Rockefeller, brother of
John D, is too 111 to appear as a wit
ness before the Money Trust committee.
Is Indicated In information received by
officlais of the committee esterday. Mr.
Rockefeller was asked some weeks ugo
ff he would accept the service of the
committee He replied in the affirmative
T jttttr Mr Rockefeller's nhvsirlAn anrt
his legal counsel advised Chairman Pujo
that Mr Rockefeller was not phvslcally
lit to come to Washington, and that he
would not do so unless Chairman Pujo
felt that his presence was urgently need
ed Whether Mr. Rockefeller will be sum
moned is a matter that will come up
for discussion at u meeting of the com
mittee to-orrow If the comlttee de
cides not to summon Mr. Rockefeller, it
Is understood that a subcommittee will
be ssnt to his home to take his testi
mony. M0RNINGSTAR WINS.
Defeats Taj lor br Sco
New York. Nov. 18 Mornlngstar and
Cllno were tho victors at the afternoon
games of tho international 18 2 balk line
billiard tournament now In its second
week at the Hotel Astor. Mornlngstar
defeated Tavlor by a score of 500 to 310
His high run was 121. while the beat
Taj lor could do was SS. Mornlngstar's
average was l. and Taylor s 14
Demarest. of Chicago, gave Cllne
nard ngnt. but was unable to win. the
latter finishing the game when Demarest
naa a total of 443. High runs. Cline, 53.
uemarest, iu Average. Cllne, 11 4-45
Demarest, 10 3-41
Largest Morning Circulation.
trifle, and commence IU vise at once.
Whenyou have taken a few doses.
will fL "urpr1"1 how differently you
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cleans out the kidneys and makes them
filter out all the poisonous waste mau
ter and nrle add that lod.r. t,T7l. ,25:
and muscles. causing rheumatism
soothes and heals the bladder and"
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You will find Croxone different from
all other remedies. There is nothtaar
?iU0UT.r.e or how lan a h uf
fered. It Is so prepared that it Is orar.
tically impossible to take it int ... u
man system without results.
You can secure an original package of
Croxone from any flrst-class druea-ist:
such as CDonnell'i Dm. U.Iru-Bti!
and P Streets Northwest, who will Sir.
J0!"11 "turn the 'purchase price iflt
tails to, give the desired; xtaulU tfct verV
ant Umtrjou us U, - - - - - '"
The little czaravltch. whose Illness Is
reported In comequence of an accident
when thrown by his pon. Is Indeed a
"child of many prayers."' Born August
H. 1904. at the darkest moment of the
fortunes of Russia, during the war with
Japan, his birth was hailed as a good
omen and an encouragement to the
troops lighting In the far Esst He Is
the fifth child of the Czar and Czarina
and their only son. and therefore the
heir to the throne of Russia The Rus
sian people, four times disappointed In
the expectation of an heir, welcomed the
little stranger with transports of en
thusiasm, and tho baby, all unconscious
of his great Importance, was hailed with
a salute of 300 guns The Czar was over
loved, and It was reported at the time
that he drank his little son's health In
champagne and declared that he felt
more happy at the birth of an heir than
If his soldiers had secured a great vic
tory As the vears passed the little Grand
Duke Alexis Ntcholalevltch developed
Into a bright, healthy little fellow, the
darling of his parents and the adored of
the people of Russia He is described as
a handsome child, with golden hair and
blue eyes, full of mischief No thild.
perhaps, was ever more carefully at
tended, and he is more strictly guarded
than an) of the other members of the
Imperial family, although they have been
described as living the life of prisoners
almost. The fear of Nihilist attacks ever
was in the minds of the Czar, and espe
cially of the Empress, and night and day
the little czarevitch Is watched over by
the secret service officers On several
the Illness of the heir to the
tnrone nas caused his parents consider- i
able alarm I
His mother, the Czarina, was the
Princess Allx of Hesse, a niece of the
, late King Edward, and therefore a cousin I
of King George of England and also re
lated. of course, to the Kaiser
There is a remarkable outburst of feel
ing on the part of the Russian press
against the action of England and
France In their relation to the triple
entente Let me put the Russian case
In general terms. The Russian asks Wm
self the Question as to whether the
triple entente Is for the equal benefit
of the three powers or whether It Is for
the benefit of England and France, and
to the detriment of Russia The latter
view Is the one expressed at the present
moment. Th Novoe Vremva, the gov
ernment organ and thoroughly Anglo-
phl'e. at last has lost patience, and In
a leading article has warned. If not
threatened It points out that "it Is
to England's advantage to re-establish
the power which she has lately lost at
and that, accoraingiv
she and also France are most reluctant
to put pressure upon the Porte Rus
sia s interests are quite the reverse, but
she is fettered bj her agreemnt with
the other two powers England thought
more of her wounded pride at the time
of the Bosnian occupitlon that she does
now of defending the Serbs Austria Is
anxious to keep open fie road to Sa
lonlkl, through the Sanjak. and thus may
occupy It Russia will seek compensation
In the direction of the Dardanelles, but
England bends to Austra. as she Is In
the enemj's camp, but thunders at Rus
sia, 'because she is a friend "
During the Japanese war the alliance
was shown not to extend to the far East,
and now It Is made clear that Russia ob
tains no support In the near East. As
for England, the only effect that the
entente with her has been that Russia
has ben tied hand and foot In Persia.
Russia has her greatest Interests in Eu
rope, and It Is there that she needs her
friends' help She N treated like a sec-
ondarv power Russia has a huge army.
and if It Is fhinged from one rcale of
the balance to tne otner it win te m
for some one
This growing Impatience with Russian
diplomacy has been marked for a long
time. Up to the present the diplomats
have been allowed a free hand, but this
Idea that Russia has been the dupe of
England and France has been growing
stronger and stronger, and has nearly
reached the breaking point, and when
It does, no one can say what will be
the result The power will be wrested
from the diplomats and Russtan policy
will be dictated by the nobles and the
And it Is there that Is found the spirit
of the Slav. Under their guldence. Rus
sia would make tho Pan-Slavic cause
a crusade. Therein lies the real dan
ger, which Is not at all understood by
the people, who take Russian policy from
the ljpa of Sazonotf A burst of feel
ing will sweep him away, and that may
be easily brought about. A little more
presumption on the part of Austria
or a defeat of the Balkan League, might
do It. Furthermore. Saxonoff may be
forced to resign at any moment, and
Count Wltte, well-known to Americans.
take his place.
Public opinion In Russia Is not as In
England, of the masses; tt Is the opinion
of the, classes A growing Impatience
with their diplomacy, a growing conn
dence In the army, and above all. their
enthusiasm for the cause of the Slavs
against the Turks, their perpetual enemy,
at any moment may force the Emperor's
Let us consider the question from the
point of view of the masses. They regard
vtar with the Turks as their heritage In
the disastrous Japanese war they had
no .enthusiasm; It was used as a. lever
for social agitation, an opportunity, .for
It Is In the very blood of every Russian
and shows the united nation fighting at
Its best Diplomac) draggrd the people
to the war with Japan, but It will be
the people that will drag diplomacy to
a war with Turkey That the clergy,
whose Influence Is so great would wel
come a war with the Mohammedans
needs no explanation It Is their dream
The "peace and calm of Sabbath."
which are a feature of all Scotch vil
lages, have not been conspicuous at
Crathle during the autumn residence of
the King and Queen at Balmoral There
was a "scandalous hurlv -burly every
Sunday morning, people arriving In
shoals from Bra. mar, liullater. Ballater,
Banchorj. and even from Aberdeen, to
see the King and Queen go to church,
and leave It after service Man) motors
and bicvcles wen to be seen, and the
fuss and noise was intolerable, as most
of these unwelcome visitors were obliged
to remain outside the church during the
service, there being no room Inside
It is not unlikely that next year the
rojal pair will discontinue their attend
ance at the parish "Kirk." and that serv
ice Is to be held In the castle About
thirty vars ago Queen Victoria fitted up
a private chapel In the house at Bal
moral, which. In deference to Presbj
tcrian prejudices, was known hs the
"service room" King Edward converted
the room to other use"
The "rubv" wedding Just celebrated at
Iledworth. near Nuneaton, England, does
rot constitute a record for British mar
ried life In the churchvard of a village
near Denblgl. are the graves of John
and Elln Owen, who had been married
eighty J ears before the parting came,
and also another couple whose married
life extended over seventy vcars In
both cases husband and wife died In th
same ear At Nottingham also In 1879,
a couple who had been married seventy
J ears, were still hale and hearty In the
village of Cotgrave lllMin
iCcnrUbt DE. bj Court Ccij hrodicite I
B New ork Telegraph
First race Fairv fiodmother.
Fl by Night. Pikes Peak.
Second race Norbitt, Lamp
Black. Lizzie Flat
Third ract Caugh Hill. Gro
vcr Hughes Besom
Fourth race Altamaha, Carl
ton G . Paton
Fifth race Black Chief. St.
Regis. Tow ton Field
fclxth ra e Herbert Turner,
Seventh race El Oro, Idle
,..,,,. ... ,c t... ent. besidei Mr Stott were E C Co
Cambridge. Mass. Nov is -The penhaA.r victor u slpos P D Mor.
Harvard squad was In good shape to-rison Joseph Baruch. W M Furr. and
daj. despite its tierce battle with theii c II ibirht
heavy Dartmouth team Saturdav. hut
light practice session was the coachs'
order The team will most llkelv face
Yale In New Haven on Saturdav
its regular lineup The team will go to
Farmington. Conn , Frtdav . for the re
STADIUM IN NEW YORK
JA3IF.S K. SliLLIVlV.
New Tork. Nov. IS A call for a meet
lnr of the New York Stadium Association
has been Issued by James E. Sullivan,
secretary of the Amateur Athletic Union,
and the president of the board of pub
lic recreation. It Is the Idea of Cle as
soclatlon to erect a 35,000.000 athletic
stadium In Central Park. According to
the plans the stadium would be of white
marble, and almost the exact duplicate
of the famous stadium at Athens. Greece
At the present time .New York has no
large athletic field where Barnes of na
tional, international, or even local Im
portance may be held.
A micrometer Used bv & EwiM mtrh ranMni irrti.
nttiy measures put to tio hundredth of a mUllsft-
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Our Stock of Teas
There Is no one article- that yon want
with a better flavor, more delicious, or
agreeable than the tea you serra. We
offer you the best.
Rldgway's 5 o'clock Tea 73c
Capitol Household Tea Me
6 Bottles Pure CaJ. Wine CM
we asxrvEB it.
1632 14lhSL N.W. Phone North 813
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Particular People Patronize the
Main Office and Works
623 G Street N. W.
We KlTt Herald $23,000 con teat Totes.
Cold and Grippe
Are positively Cured with
One Day, or Money
McChesney & Joachim.
COR. :j i E 1. E.
COR. 8th F . E.
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MEN'S SMART FURNISHINGS
The shop that ells the cleverest of
men s nxlngs lor less.
M. LEVITAN & CO.
3044 J4TH ST. X, W.
VV e cive Herald S33.O00 contest votes.
FORM A SECTION
Preliminary Steps Taken to Organ
ize Within Eetail Merchants'
At a meeting of the retail -tatloners
of the cltv lat night in the rooms of
the Chamber of Commerce preliminary
steps were taken looking to a perma
nent organization as a "ection of !he
Retail Merchants Association This
meeting was called bv Charles G Stott.
who is a member of the board of gov
ernors, and chairman of the section.
The purpose of the meeting was et
forth bv V F Ellers. secretarj of the
Retail Merchant Association that it
w is deemtd desirable to organize
within the association sections of each
trade to consider the particular needs
of that line md to work out such
problems a might properlj come be
fori It Some of the stationers pr s-
The matter of organization was dis
cussed In an informal manner and sev
eral applications for membership in the
association were hied with the ecre
tarv, with the understanding that the
organization of the section should pro
ceed It was the scn-e of the meeting
that the organization wis desirable and
another meeting will be called in the,
near future to complete it
The board of governors of the aso-
c atfon will meet to-morrow afternoon
at 3 p m to take up important matter
It Is understood that a number of ap
plications for membership will be acted
upon at that time
R P Andrews, chairman of the m
berhlp committee, esterda announced
the personnel of that committee as fol
lows George S De NealeT Isaac Gans
A D Prince. Joseph Jacobl. A O Hat
terlj. Charles G. Stott. M Leesc. Roe
Fulkerson. Sidney West. Owen Owen. C
L, Brice, and Calvert Rosenthal.
The shoe trade section of the associ
ation will meet to-night at 8 o'clock In
tho rooms of the Chamber of Commerce
RAYNER GROWING WEAKER.
rhialrlarm II. .1.1
it No Hope
Senator Isador Rayner of Majvland.
wno is sunering from neuritis at
residence. Eighteenth Street, is growing
weaker, according to a statement made
bv his son, William B Rayner. last
night Ills phvslclan are not holding
out nope to his family of his ultimate
In rerorts late last night, the Senator
was resting comfortablv Throughout tho
day he had Intervals of quiet sleep, and.
considering this critical condition, pass
ed a good day. free of the acute suffer
ing of the earlier stages of his malady
The Senator Is fully conscious o his
condition, and In his wakeful moments
he talked quietly with members of his
family, doing much to cheer and con
Jlonng rirturrs. their drrtlormrat and reduction.
mtan tedj nsplormrnt In 11 the branches of tne
DiulntM tor abont 80 000 per in the Lnitcd Stitn.
Morins picture, thrlr drrclupment. and traduction
mean itcadr rmtOorment in all th brinclin of the
bu-inr-s for about 80.COO persona in tbe lnitcd
M. T. POLLOCK, 191S &...e,&"w3.,, W-T
rust from the factory. 1311 mod
eL Hit never been run a mile.
Tbe Washington Motor Gar
1317 New York Avb.
P. M. CORR,
agent for Flanders aad Tale Sotor
crcleo and Con's Special Blcyelo.
Motoreyel Overkanlias; nad Belt R
aalrlas;- Aeeesoortcs aad Soadrlea.
Dieyeie ltepainajb snuuK ana urar
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VT. Gin VotM to Tks Btnld'l J3.0M Coot.
Expert Electric Vehicle Repairing
Storage Batteries repaired and ra
ntwed. Ignition and Lighting Battar
Us Charged and Built to Order.
SOUTHWORTH REISER CO.
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GEO. W. BEALL
1005 9th SL. IT W. M. 7605
W Glr. Votes In Th ZZcnld'f 3,00 Contmt.
Tale Bicycles J3D
National Bicycles 340
Rami Bicvcles 325 T
Mitchell Bicvcles 322 50
Bovs' Dart Bicycles 317 50 T
428-31 10th St. N. w: J
W Cltt Vct la Tin Bcnid'l 33 (to Coaft.
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We have THB Vulcanising Plant and
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with the minimum amount of profanity
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VTt G1t0 otM In Tht HfrmM't 33.GCS CbBtMt,
We Save iiiB Ter Cent oa
We use only Valentine's Van
adlum Varnishes the only var
nishes that will stand soap. mud.
and wate1 We bake enamel on
hoods and fenders
Autos painted, ji; "-a ana up.
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revolution.. But u war with the Turks!
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