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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY. JANUARY 6. 1913.
TRAGEDY IN BAY
Gov. Wilson Put End to Ru-
mors by Emphatic and Un
HIS MIND STILL OPEN
No Announcement to Be Made Until
All Are Selected, He
Princeton X J Jan. 5 rcople who
have an idea that somen here, or some
how. William Jennings Urjan. or any
out elsi has 1m. en offered a portfolio in
tin Wilson Cabinet, will find themselves
r much mistaken for the President
elect made the positive assertion to-da
that he had not trade a single Oder to
inv one as jet
Mr Ilson said alo that he had
foimed no conclusions either as to men
or to'lcies lor his administration and
ti at as for the Democratic leaders who
ha" Imiii in conferenct with him so far,
hi had obtained their Mens but had
not di ulted hii, decisions In fact, the
I'lesidcnt-elcct indicated clearlj that the
reason uh nulolv in Washington or
elsewhere could sac dcfinlt' Iv what
would be the make-up of the next Cabi
net or the programme of legislation, was
because Mr Wilson himself dldn t know
He Is still taking counsel, and keeping
his mind open
Making a Cabinet is a difficult thing,"
he said Sometimes I hear something
about a man whom I ma perhaps have
not been considering ienouslv It makes
me prkk up m cars and want to know
more about him The field of choice is
cunttantlv widening '
Will "Walt Till Inst Minnie.
nother announcement that came from
the President-elect was that he would
not make known a single member of hi
ablnet until he w is rcadv to make all
the names publii He -lid he would
wait until he had decided on all before
making inv offeis and he indicated that
thec would 1. last-minute announce
ments He was asked if it would not
ineonenience the future members of
the Cabinet not to know that they would
hac to seer connection with their busl
ness until quite late
Oh, the men I probabl shall appoint
will be foot-loose," he remarked "They
could bo sworn in and spend a little time
afterward in getting readj There is no
liecessitv for starting In the departments
exactly on March 4
Mr. W ilson said how ould send a spo-
c al message to the new Congress uQ
realized he said that Congress was not
bound to legislate only on the thing:
for w i h it was convened by Presi'
dcntial proclamation but he expected to
. Indicate m his special message some of
the subjects on which ho would like to
bee tlie lawmakers t to work
Though the Governor speaks citem
poraneouslj always and has done so
with but one exception since the Balti
more ronv ention on the occasion of ac
cepting the nomination he will prepare
in advance his inaugural address
The President-elect spent Sunday at
home receiving friends. He said he only
had read the head 1'nes of President
Taft's speeches jesterdaj.
Commander Smith, of Indra-
kuala, Paces Deck and
Refuses to Eat.
TRIED TO HELP SEAMEN
Survivor Deicribe Death of Mn.
Gilbert in the Arms of
Norfolk. U, Jan 5 Capt A B
Smith, commander of the British steamer
Indrakuala. which sent Ihe steamer
Julia Luckeiibai.il to the bottom of Ches
apeake Bay during an eight -mile north
west storm Kridav morning, causing the
loss nf seienteen lice, to dav walked
the deck of his ship and wept like a I
child . He shook his head sadl when
told that eight survivors of the Laicken
bach. who were landed her jestcrdaj
b the Danish steamer Pennsvlvanla. dc-i
clared his crew made no effort to rescuo '
them from the rigging of the sunken
ship, to which thc clung for six hour
"The don t know what they sa." he
declared It was a terrible thing, and
none of us are certain about what hap
pened after the ships went together It
was such an awful storm We could see
nothing The seas were so high the)
beat over us like a cloudburst We did
all we could
"I will neer get over this awful thing
If I could have gono intcid of Capt
Gilbert and his wife, icrhaps it might
have been better
"We lowered our boats and picked up
as many of the crew of the Luckenbach
as wo found One poor fellow died after
being brought on board our ship I am
so sorr I cannot express mv feelings."
Meager reports recehed here say Capt
Smith has not eaten anc thing since the
terrible accident occurred lie and the
other oflicers of the Indrakuala show
their grief plainlx
TELL HOW WIFE DIED
IN ARMS OF HUSBAND
Baltimore Md . Jan 5 One of th
most pathetic Incidents of the wreck of
the Julia Luckenbach was the death
Of Capt H A Gilbert and his wife,
clasped in one another s arms
t the crash of the impact of the
iron prow of the Indrakuala again't
the port bow of the Luckenbach, the
captain's wife rushed from her room
Into the pilot house and Into the open
arms of her husband There was not
i moments time for them The csel
bank almost Immediately
Thlh story was told today bv the five
urv Ivors of the Luckenbach, who were
picked up bv the Indrakuala They re
peated it to officers of the revenue cut
trr Apache who boarded the Indrakuala
at Diamond Marsh in Tangier bound,
where she was beached after the col
lision gain and again Mrs Gilbert, who in
sisted on traveling wjth her .husband
had told friends that if the ship ever
went down the wanted to be as cloc as
possible to her husband and that she
did not want any one eer to try to
rescue her if he was to be lost.
Men who saw the accident said that
tiere wis no opportunity for any rescue
of the captain or his wife The six men
fn the Indrakuala declare that not more
than a minute elapsed before the ship
The Apache has been on the scene of
the wreck since cstcrday afternoon look
ing for bodies A wrecking tug is hurry'
ing from Norfolk to aid in floating the
The children' of Capt. and Mrs Gilbert
are to-da fai ing, with what philosophl
al calmness that youth can sum up, the
gnef for thejloss of their father and their
I m going to be c sailor and one just
like daddc I like the water and drown
ing is no worse than any other -way of
dcing said the sou John onl two
lavs before the Luckenbach went to the
bottom with his parents Now, with the
horrors of the ocean brought before him,
Inhn reiterated his statement and still
declares he will be a sailor "Jun liko
NABS FUGITIVE HUSBAND.
Dougall of Trenton
1 rails .poune In Ion
nil Can. en rrest.
, Jan 5. Mrs Martha
. trailed her
The Rajah of Sarawak has issued a
proclamation establishment a barawak
Government Agency in England, with an
Advisory Council consisting of three
members. The principal object of the
creation of the council is to be the
strengthening and upholding in the
United Kingdom of the authority of the
reigning Rajah to the end that the future
prosperity and the intefcritv and inde
pendence of the state may be main
tained Allegations recently were made that a
movement was being engineered to un
dermine the authority of the Rajah.
The tory of how an Englishman came
to De me absolute monarch or a por
tion of Borneo Island, with in area G -CV)
square miles and a population o
some Sol) 000 is a romantic one fair James
Brooke, the uncle of the present Rajah
of barawak. having been left a fortune
of 30,000 by his father, bought and
armed a vacht and with a crew of picked
men he arrived In Borneo during an in
surrection After much hard fighting he
was Instrumental In keeping Muda
Hassim, the then Sultan, on the throne
As his reward, Brooke was presented
with Sarawak. (The name, by the wav,
is pronounced with the accent on the
hard "a of the middle sy lable ) The
new Rajah undertook vtgorous reforms
At nrst he was much troubled by pirates,
but peiee was restored whin the British
government sent ships of war to his as
The present ruler. Sir Charles Johnson
tirooke, is a nephew of the first Ralah
wuose name ne adopted jic Is a son
r the late Rev Francis C Johnson
icar of White Larkington. in Sommer-
set. Engl end He w as elected to succeed
uncle forty five rears ago and Is
In his eighty -fifth year His son.
Brooke, the Ralah Muda. was mar
ried last year to the Hon Svlvia Brett,
daughter of Lord Esher.
Hostilities were suspended between the
allies and the Turks, and i number of
Turkish regiments withdrawn from the
Tchatalja lines to form a guard of honor
t the funeral of the Patriarch nf lh
Greek Chureh in Constantinople
The pictures of the elaborate ceremonies
attendant on the death of Joachim III.
patriarch of all the Greeks in Turkey,
present a spectacle almon unbelievable,
when existing conditions in Constanti
nople as the result of war and cholera,
are considered and also in view of the
fact that hostilities practically were sus
pended three days that proper homage
mifcht be paid to the dead ahnnt all of
which the daily press had nothing to say.
The scenes depicted are a unique pano
rama, showing an endless procession
passing through the Patriarchate, paus
ing onh long enough to kiss the hind of
the dead pontiff It is estimated that
more than Jinftfl people performed this
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DISTRICT PSSE.EIt S.GENT.
Abdul Hamid of course, was doing cverr.
thing In his power to fan the flames of
hatred between the Christians of the
But Joachim was more than his match,
and tjfc present istoundlng concord be
tween the Christian Balkan states Is
largely the work of the late patriarch
It is most pathetic that he should die at
this critical moment when his presence
and work is so much needed
His last words were 'Christians must
not light among themselves, or the cause
is lost " True, only too true'
The Duchess of Rohan, who is the
acknowledged leader In Parisian society
since misfortune compelled the Duchess
of Uzes to give up her palace In th
Champs Llysees, has recently opened her
drawing rooms to many Americans for
her receptions The Duchess of Rohan
has the blue blood of ancient French
arisfocrvcy flowing in her veins while
her husband s ftmilv for centuries was
among the small number of powerful
houses ruling the destinies of the King
and the nation producing cardinals and
ministers, taking their wives from ro
alty The Duke of Rohan h is become a
Republican and sworn allegiance to the
present form of government His rea
son for doimg so is to sit in the Chamber
of Deputies and protect the interests of
his tenants and his estate in Normanv.
Otherwise he is an out and-out Royalist,
and both he and the duchess would not
give social countenance, even to Presi
dent and Mme Fallieres
The duchess has remarkahle literary
and artistic gifts She works as indus
triously as a student of the Latin Quar
ter, while her poetrv Is of so high an
order that some day she may become a
member of the Academy. She has practl
callv the only salon in Paris to-day
modeled after that of Mme Recamler
and Mile de I Espina'se. where the most
distinguished men and women congre
gate The American mbassadors in
Paris always have been Invited to the
Hotel Rohan, along with the other diplo
mats stationed in Paris But the women
of the American colony, even those living
in mansions in the Bois and whoso hus
bands are multl millionaires, have not
been able to get an entree to that feudal
residence Everybody else seemed to be
Invited, even actors and actresses, who
by the way. never have been received
in exclusive French society as they have
In the English
The Duchess of nohana. s capitulation
By New ork Telegraph
First race Henry Williams.
Free v. ill, Adolante
Second race Sharper Knight.
Loan Shark, Don Ramon
Third race The Bailiffs Daugh
ter. Falcada, Ben L'neas
Fourth race Gilpy, LI Pulo
Fifth race Parlor Boy, Cos
grove. Edmond Adams
tixth race Console, Balcllff.
PRAISE FOR BLUEJACKETS.
The bod of the Patriarch cinti,H in to the Americans has caused amuse-
the gorgeous robes of his hlirli office ment of the French women It Is be-
husband. Joseph Dougall,
nrf l.aa him i 1 ... "ant service h a-ui
.?.t"f'r.m,J0,Cieillaler as Metropolitan
1 onkers vesterda
ip on a charge of bell
with crown on his head and pastoral
scan in 111s ngnt hand was seated, on
his throne In the cathedral On the day
of the funeral the throne holding the
Dooy or tne oeiu, seated as in lif
borne through the streets of the city, es
corted by the olgnllanes of the church
the Diplomitie Corps and high officials
of the government Following them came
thousands of mourners the members of
his flock, whose outward expression of
feeling showed the great hold which the
dead prelate, who did so much for them
had upon their hearts Regiments of
Turkish Infantrv. withdrawn for the pur
pose from tne battle lines at Tchatalia
formed the hedge from the Patriarchate
at Pnanir to the Adrianople gate of Old
Joachim III was distinguished for his
to I Piety and great learning and after bril
liant service as ivrcuuisnop 01 varna and
1 made Patriarch 111 the trvlng days of
the Ru-so-Turkish war He guided the
II -ill, ccs Sh ..hi-i thc Ru-so-TurKish war lie guided the
!m in Trento, tece L lhurch uccessfully through the difllcul
Ini in Trenton several weeks', 1 M-v. frnm ..rit..,-,i -.-..I..-.
ciiargc oil . nd from Turkish resentment nfter
the war. and then bent his energies to
the development of the spiritual and in
tellectual life of the Orthodox Church
His efforts to obtain a better educated
clergv were seconded by all the Greek
warrant for hi
go to prosecute him on
11011 support lie eluded the police and
fled She took their four-year-old son
list week and trailed Dougall to Eliza
beth From there she tracked him -to
Newark but lost trace of him again. A
,,"C'rJ,.he.rt iCf,?,C"J..r?: "ien. but won for him the hostility of
ecclesiastics o cuter was his own
clergy against him that he was dethroned
iii1SS4 and sent to a monastery on Mount
ing house only to hnd he had started for
1 onkcrs A hell she arrived at the honk
ers address he left by the back door
vvnile she entered the front She gave
base and overtook him She seized
1 Is coat collar and tried to drag him
toward a police station
Thc couple were having a rough and
tumble scuffle when a policeman inter
fered ard arrested Dougall on his wife 3
omplaint and he was held in $500 ball
awaiting the action of the Trenton police
To Core a Ueadacne
ov must lirst remove the cauee. Most
headaches arc caused by a disordered
s omach. Hoff s Lemon Scidlitz will put
your stomach In the pink of condition
and cure your headache In a few minutes.
But after seventeen years of exile he
was again called to the patriarchal
throne in 1901. and filled his high position
with great ability during ten of the most
critical v cars that the Eastern Church has
known since the Ottoman conquest. The
MflpMlnnlan nnPfllfdn nlwacn hlltAr V.A
tween Bulgarians aiyrGreeks, reached the
point of effervescence in 1901. A man
with less tact and ability on the patri
archal yirone would have hopelessly di
vided the Bulgarians and Greeks. There
vas great provocation on both sides, ard
cause the duchess greatly admired Amer
ican men the American husband who
spends most of his life in the United
Mates working hard to make the money
which his wife fritters away in "gay
Farce," paving ruinous prices to the big
dressmakers of thc RuocJe la Paix in
vieing with other compatriots "In vul
garity of displav " Thus the "Tlgaro "
tLopjnsht 191J br Court Gosjip Syndicate )
Silk manufacture has grown enor
mously in thc United States In the last
ten years, and now this country leads
the world In this Industry.
Hoar Vtlnilrol Souiliennud Reportx
on 12xpeditlon to 'Mcaraitun.
The highest commendation for the
bluejackets and marines who partici
pated in the expedition to Nicaragua
during the revolution in that country
last summer is contained In reports sub
mitted to the Navy Department by Rear
Admiral W H. II Southerland. who
was commander-in-chief of the Ameri
can forces operating In the Central
Vmerican republic Admiral Souther
land also names .1 number of officers as
having signally distinguished them
selves for heroism and efficiency in the
He singles out for special commenda
tion Lieut. Commander Major, who had
charge of the railroad, and First Lieut.
II Conger, of the Marine Corps.
whose practical knowledge of Iocomo-
' engineering proved lnvaluablo
the American forces Lieut Commander
v Steele Is also specially commend.
for his conduct In command of the
bluejackets of the California, and Pass
ed Assistant Paymaster R XV. Schu
mann U S N. who kept thc California
battalion supplied with food under tho
most difficult and trying circumstances.
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Miss Violet Asquith. daughter of the
Prime Minister of England, and Lady
Aberdeen, wife of the Lord Lieutenant
of Ireland, who were house guests of
Ambasador and Mrs Bryce, yesterday
saw the sights of tho Capital on a drive
around the city. Yesterday evening they
wero tho guests of Mrs Richard Town
send at a dinner, at which Ambassador
and Mrs. Bryce. Cabinet officers, and
prominent officials were present.
The English visitors to-night will be
tho guests of Mrs. Henry Dimock at a
dinner party before the Charity Ball. It
Is probable that they will attend the
ball as members of a party of diplo
mats and society leaders who will be
prominent figures at the event.
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STATEMENT OF THE
First National Fire Insurance
Company of the United States
WASHINGTON, D, C.
Result of Examination by Insurance Department of the District
of Columbia as of .November 2, 1912.
Mortgage Loans (first liens) $172,05000
Cash in Bank and Office 63,916.11
Real Estate 350,000.00
Bonds (Book Value)
City of Danville $20,000.00
State of New York Canal Improement. . . 25,000.00
Virginia Railway and Power 10,000.00
Southern Building Corporation 25,000.00
Accounts Receivable 18,077.94
Accrued Interest 2,815.36
Capital stock $250,000.00
Accrued taxes and interest on real estate 11,850.67
Deferred loans 30,600.00
Capital, $250,000.00; Surplus to Policyholders, $644,408.74.
ROBERT J. WYNNE, President.
Hon. ASHLEY M. GOULD, Vice President
ROBERT N. HARPER, Second Vice President
ROBERT R. TUTTLE, Third Vice President.
FREDERICK S. DUDLEY, Secretary-Treasurer.
WILLIAM J. DAVIS, Assistant Secretary.
CHARLES F. CARUSI, General Counsel.
In addition to the admitted assets of $686,859.41, as
shown in the above statement, the First National Fire Insur
ance Company had, on November 2, 1912, a subscribed capi
tal and surplus of $840,025.00 on which $239,407.50 had been
paid. The balance on account of these subscriptions is being
paid in monthly installments and will be taken credit for in
the Company's statement as admitted assets, when paid in
full. On December 14, 1912. the total subscribed capital and
surplus of the company was in excess of $1,700,000.00.
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