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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY; JANUARY 28. i913.
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HORNING, 9th and D
largest Morning Circulation.
,, TbeMarkeio! Ite Market of III
Ijt Economies Cleanliness fi
DAY TO DISTRICT
Six Bills Affecting Capital Are
Passed by the Lower
UP TO PRESIDENT TAFT
Fire of the Measures Hare Already
Been' Passed by the United
At the first day In court which the
House has granted to the District at this
session, sir District hills. Ave of which
already have been adopted by the Sen
ate, were passed yesterday without a
division. The District field day is tho
direct result of a rutins recently pro
mulgated by Chairman Johnson, of the
House District Committee, to the effect
that, barring a point of order against
such proceedings, his committee would
meet on its regular meeting das In the
future, whether a quorum was present
or not. Following that ruling, nine
members of tho committee met and re
ported out fire of the bills passed in tho
The substitution of electrocution for
hanging as punishment for first degree
murder in the District may be expected
as the result of yesterday's action, the
.Senate bill to this effect being among
those called un and passed at the sug
gestion of Chairman Johnson. This
measure further provides that In capital
cases the jury may nnd the accused
guilty of first degree murder and instruct
the Judge to sentence "without capital
punishment." In which event a sentence
of life Imprisonment shall bo Imposed
Allnorit Leader Mann wanted to know
If the proposed la would substitute
death by cletrocutlon In cases of con-
Icts upon whom sentence was passed
unde- the existing law. Chairman John
ron replied that while the committee had
not considered that question, he was of
the opinion that the provisions of the
bill would apply onlv to conlcts sen
tenced after the enactment of the pro
posed -vr. There was no further de
bate on t"e measure
Other 1II1U Fmtneil.
Other HIM passed wrote a self-perpetuating
clause Into the incorporating
act of the German Orphan Asylum Asso
ciation prohibited the dumping of refuse
In the Potomac Imer, or its tributaries
In the District, imposed a maximum fine
and term of Imprisonment for "Joy
riding' with ' borrowed chicles: auth
orized the Commissioners to censor mov
ing picture films, and authorized Cathe
rine Maronej, of LeadvWe, Colo, to take
title as heir-at-law to all real estate In
the District of Mary Shugrue. deceased
A Joint resolution nrantlng to the Fifth
Regiment. Maryland National Guard, tne
ue of the halls and corridors of the
courthouse from the afternoon of March
3, to the afternoon of March 1, was pass
ed without dissent
The measures will go to the President
for aDDroal this week, no material
amendments having been mide since they
passed the Senate
WOMAN'S NOTES IN
DEAD MAN'S CLOTHES
Letters from Miss Louise James Identi
fy Arthur BunrJy, Found Dead
Italtimore, Jtn IT Tho bodlts of Ar
thur Ilundy, aged thirty. tra cling sales
man of New York, and an unidentified
woman about tent-flve jears were
found aa.phxiited in bed at the St
"orgefc Hotel. 9 North Front street
here to-da. The couple were registered
is Mr and Mrs Charles For, and had
said they were theatrical people, but
later the mans body nas Identified h
Charles Hamilton, who represents ItnCD
thorn i. Co . dr goods merchants of
New York, for which firm Ilundy wan
Several letters were found by the po
lice in the man's clothing, all of which
were signed "Louise James, SH M Street
Northwest. Washington. D C They con
tained mam endearing terms, and the
police are of the belief that the woman
found dead with the man was Jealous
of him and during the night turned on
the. gas in the room. A letter found lr
ono of the stockings of the woman was
addressed to Elizabeth, and signed either
' K. llomej" or "K. Homey." This let
ter also contained sentiments of much
love from the writer to the woman.
When seen at lr home last night b
a reporter. Miss James, who Is a student
at a local business college said she knew
Ilund), having met him during the
Christmas holtdavs while he was em
' I have not seen Mr. Hundy since he
left this city shortly ufter the holldavs.
said Miss James "I have corresponded
with him and rei cited a letter from him
several dais ago He has been in Balti
more for several weeks and wrote me
about two weeks ago be was coming
over to Washington to see me"
DENTISTS BUL $7,500.
"Nctv York Tooth Carpenter Snrn
New York. Jan rTJust what opera
tions ho performed on the face of Miss
Marguerite Guggenheim, daughter of the
late Benjamin Guggenheim, to warrant
a bill of J7JO0 was shown in the Supreme
Court by Dr. Asher F. F. Butbaum. who
Is suing the Guggenheim estate for that
Miss Guggenheim's features wero se
verely lacerated by n tumble from her
saddle horse In April. 1911. Dr. Buxbaum
claims he replanted tho teeth in the up
per Jaw, made gold splints for both Jaw s.
hammered the lower Jaw into shape and
set ". made It possible for Miss Gug
genheim to eat by making Impressions
of the upper right and left side of the
Jaw and reproduced the upper teeth In
gold and platinum, recemented the upper
splint and ultimately removed all the
splints, after Miss Guggenheim had fully
Sheriff Stabbed by Strikers.
nttsburg. Jan. 17 With the arrival of
fifty deputy sheriffs under Sheriff Jurid
Hruff in Rankin, where 300 employes of
the American fated and Wire Company
are striking, trouble was renewed there
to-day when Deputy Sheriff J. Davis
was stabbed in the back and fatal'y
wounded during a fight with two
Numerous fights and riots have marked
the strike and a number of persons
have been injured.
Wonld Bar "Westward, Ho!" '
London, Jan. 27. Rev. Canon Hawkins,
rector of St. Mary's Catholic Church, at
Glossop, is carrjlng on a determined
crusade against the use of Charles
Klngsley"s "Westward Ho," In tho Glos
sop secondary school. Canon Hawkins
contends that Prof. Kingsley's well
known book contains passages which he
denounces as 'Mle. lying, and blasphe
mous, and should not be in the hands
of any Bcholar-Catholic, Protestant, or
JOHN D.'S GBANDSON A HEBO.
Chicago. Jan 3. Harold F. SlcCor
mlck. son-in-law of John D. Rockefeller,
If toslbIe. is prouder than ever of his
fifteen- ear-old son, 1'owler. Tho )oung
man was driving his motor car along a
narrow roadway at n fast clip when, on
making a sharp turn, be came face to
face with ex-Senator lxirlmer's car. com
ing at him at n rapid pace Young Mc
Cormlck took his life in his hands In an
effort to avoid a heiad-on collision b
swerving his car Into n ditch. As It
was. the cars scraped each other and
McCormlck was fortunate in escaping
with a few cuts from UIng glass.
TO HUGE COLD STORAGE LAW.
Gov. Salirr I'ledBcn v-nppnrt to Ob
tain I nlfiirm IlcKulntluti.
Albany N Y . Jan ?? Gov. Sulxer
pledged i delegation from New York
City master butcher to-day his hearty
co-operation In securing from Congress
the enactment of a national cold storage
"The butchers throughout the State."
said the Governor'h.ive complained that
thej are nt the mercy of unscrupulous
Jcbbcrs and packers outhlile New York
and New Jcrses. where excellent cold
storage laws prevail Whereas in other
stiles than those beef, poultry and other
meats can. If need be, kept In cold storage
ten years, in New York and New Jersey
It Is illegal to hold them more than ten
months. The butchers also complained
that the packers and Jobbers are guilty
of short weight, and vet chirge exactly
the same prlie as for full weight.
I promised to help them In getting
throught Congress a uniform Federal
cold storage law ami also to do what I
can to Fecure the most rigid Inspection of
meats in th, country outside of New
BRITONS FEARED GUNMEN.
elir nml Ire Fined for Cnr
rslnc; Coneenled M rnpom.
New York Jan 17 Thomas Connor
and Thomas Smallcy, Kngllshmen, who
arrived in this city on tho ste-imslilp
Baltic. Januirv 30 en routo to Los An'
geles, Cal , paid Hues of $3j each before
Judge Kosalskj to-dav for carring re
volvers. Thej wire arreted the day
Both were penitent to-day The had
been Indicted and the majesty and quick
ness of the law dazed them Kach ex
plained they were wealthy and carried
revolvers to protect their propert
"That is not necessary In this countr."
Judge Bos-ilsky told them
"Beg pardon " interrupted Connor, "hut
we were told different, Wh, sour wor
ship, the Knglish papers said the streets
of this clt were full of blooming gun
V 8. 11. of Agriculture Mrather Bureau.
Wi-liuictun. Jan. 2T. 13U 8 n. m.
Tli northern and southern storms of Sandar nlrht
eomlKnfd into a uncle troiisli of alinormallr low
T-rrsMire that cxlrrds to-mcht alone the rntirp
lanlK Coat sith dutiect centers of disturha
ovrr ( pc llnrton laland Or Col. and the South
( arolina crt General rain fe'l throushnnl the
Vllanlic ana t.uir Mates with an exoriTe fall
ovpr rnrtiona of TfnncM-e. Geursia. ajd Ubama
"Torre wire al-o local hoik in the upter Lake re
cion and the ortharst. dre to m moderate depres
sion central to-nisht orrr Iowa !n the Southwrnt
and the extmne vet Oie weither waa fair
Temperatures hato fallen considerably from the
lj.,t r.ul! Hates nnrthraatwanl and rxvn In the
Mlsworl I alley and the rlains Rates, and thej
are still mneh below the seasonal armco ewer the
central and northwest portions of the eountrr
Midmsht. W.:i.d.i(i m . IS, S a m.. 45,
S a. m It. 10 a. ra.. II; E noon. fl,!n m . 40.
4 p. m.. M. p. m. H,lm.,3, 10 p. m.. 33,
llinc. u lowest. X.
Ilelathe hnmUitr-8 a m., 33 C n. m . S
p. ra.. B) Italnfall (8 p. ra to 8 r m.) 0.53. Hours
or sunuiine 0, per cent of roslli!e Miiuhlne. a
Temperature same data last jear lUshcst, 34, low
Temperature In Other Cities.
Temperatumi In ether cities, toecthrr with the
amount of ralnrall for the twenty four hours ended at
8 p m. jestrrdar, axe u follows:
Max. Mill. rhm. ML
AsJienlle. N C 4J 43 38 1 TS
Atlanta. Ca 51 50 C -TO
Atbntie Clljr. N J 4C 41 34 PC
llumaR.k. N. Ilak 38 SI IS
Itoton. Mass SO 44 32 0 10
HurTalo, .. 1 3 2S S
rhlcaeo. HI 3 S 26 0 03
Qncinnati. Ohio S 31 X 0V3
Cheyenne. Wyo 44 D 3S
Paienrort Iowa 35 1 3S
Denser Colo K S 48
Dea Moines Iowa. 46 2) 42
Dnluth. Minn 1! 0 4
Galrerton. Tex..- SB SO 54 0
Helena, Mont 46 38 41
Indianamlia. Ind 35 3 33 .. -
JacssoniWe. 11a. 71 f 61 01
Kansas City, Mo . 30 IS tS
Little Rock. Ark....... 40 38 46
Ian Anceles. Cal CI 43 . 56
Marqurlte, Mich It 10 10 0CC
Memphis. Tron. 43 40 40 OK
New Orleans. La , 54 GO M 0 03
Jew Tort. X. Y.-.... 44 40 34 0 20
orth Katt, Nehr. SO S3 41
Omaha. Nebr . SO S 44 .. i
I-hlladelFhia. ra 4C 42-40 0 50
Pittsburg ra .... 33 30 3 0 08
Portland. Me M O 3
Portland, lire; It 3t 41 ..,.
Salt Lake City. Ctah . 40 II X
EL LouLs. Mo. 40 II 38
St. rani. Minn.............. It II 13 0.06
San Franosco. Cal.... C 4t 13
Rpnnsneld III 34 U 34
Taeoma. Wash............. u .. 40 ....
Tampa. Fla 72 70 C6 OH
TcJeUo, Ohio......... 23 II IS ...'.
GARY TO TESTIFY
IN STIE PROBE
Executive Head of "Trust"
to Reply to Testimony of
W. E. Corey.
FARRELL TO TALK, .TOO
Former Head of CorporatioH Declares
He Is Out of Sympathy with
New York, Jan. 27. Elbert H. Gary,
executive head of the United States Steel
Corporation. Is to go on the stand in the
government's suit to dissolve the trust
to refute Corey's sworn statements that
Gary had personally participated In one
or more of the secret meeting of steel
manufacturers at which prices were
fixed. James A. Farrell, who succeeded
Corey as president of the Steel Corpora
tion, also will Jie called to the stand by
the trust's big array of lawyers. The
date of their appearance has not been
definitely decided upon. They probably
will be among tho first witnesses Intro
duced by the defense as soon as the
government shall close Its case.
It was Intimated to-day by Judge
Jacob M. Dickinson, the government's
chief counsel, that his side of the case
may be brought to its close within a
veek Hicham v. L,tndabury, cniel
counsel for the trust, said that he was
not jet prepared to state how much
time would be required by the defense
lor tho development of Its testimony.
though he hoped not more than a few
weeks would be consumed.
Opposed to Salt.
To-daj's bearing before Special Exam
iner Ilrowne was held in one of tho large
rooms that constitute the headquarters
of the steel trust on the top floors of
the Empire llulldlng. 71 Uroadway.
for the proceedings heretofore havo been
used by the government. Judge Gary,
learlnlng of this, tendered the use of a
capacious nnd well-lighted room on the
twentieth floor of the home of tho huge
A delicate touch was made by Judge
Dickinson to-day on the personal re
lations between former President Corey
and Judge Gary, obviously with the view
of discrediting the rumors that Corey Is
taking advantage of his opportunity as
a government witness to "get even" with
Gary for supplanting him as president
of the corporation with James A. Far
rell The latter has been known in the
parlance of steel trust factions as a
"Gary man," while Corey was known as
a " Carnegie man." Instead of respond
ing to the government's lawyers, how
ever, ho promptly declared he was wholly
out of sjmpathy with the suit, and that
at least a quarter of his personal for
tune still was Invested In steel trust
James S Grat, professor of geology
nt the Cnlversltv of irglnia succeeded
Mr. Corey as a witness He was called
by the government as an expert on tne
amount and value of tho Hlnnlngham
Iron Ore Held. He said that there were
it least Blx hundred million tons of com
mercial ore within easy access of the
Birmingham plants, and that about four
hundred millions of this was tne property
of the Tennesi.ee Cil and Iron Company
at the time President Roosevelt give
special permission t tne steel trust to
absorb It only potential rival.
Walter Scranton. of Scranton. Pa., and
who until the organization of the steel
trust had leen at the head of several
large concerns that were absorbed by
the combination, was questioned much in
detail as to the exlstenco and operation
of mil pools prior to tho formation of
Noted Poet'ai Fortune .Small.
New York, Jan 27 That poets, even
those who are widely known and ociovea
do not die rich was foctbly Illustnted to
dav by the tiling of the will of the late
Will Carleton, "Tho poet of tho farm
in Brookljn. Aside from what manu
scripts he may have had. his entire lor-
tune consisted of less than x.TO.
The will Is dated December 17. 1912, one
day before the poet died He leaves
everything to Norman E. Goodrich, his
nephew of Brooklyn His only other rel
atives living are his niece. Mrs Clara
blosson. of Toledo, Ohio and Charles C.
Goodrich, of Redfleld, N. Dak.
I'ete !. rhamhas. 3. and Grace M. Grcsory, H
both of staimtoo. va
Jack E. Walters. 22, and Irene Boss, 3. Rer,
W. U McMaitcr
Mfred G Holmes. 7. and Miry K. O Council. 23.
Iter Edward L. Bnckler
Samuel J Aahury 3, and rhoehe M Scott. 21.
both of Richmond. a. Iter. James S Montcomrry.
Milan L Roy Gates. 3. of Auburn, X. 1.. and
Rnth Darley, u. of Lrnchburz, Va. Rer. S. H.
James S. Wallace. 27. and ITltzahrth R. McLellan,
3, of New jork City. Rer. James II. Taylor.
G K. Chapman, 43 and Matrida A Greenhowd. 40.
I llalley. 30 and Mart Butler. II
I' It. Lewis 32. and Mary V. Smith. 19
II V. Mct'all H, and Lra R. Thompkim, X
J C. Hrown. 41. and Lucy E. Ward. 19
J W. Saniwio 24, and Hlen Bates. 2L
J L. Vance. 22. and Dora H. Hill 20.
W KHuirk. 3, and Horence Day, 25.
mill us rtHPortTED.
nunett U and Mahrl r hitford. prL
Maurice ami Morfe Vilsock. boy
Alfred II and Alice L. Terry, rtrt.
M. V and Nora Thrift girl
Karl and bellie Saunders, arlrl, '
Theodore H. and Lelu hvbeffer. girl.
Charlm A. and Julia Strickland, boy.
Heldrn and Ilattie R, Kmithwick. buy.
lav P and Acnes K. Stock boy.
Antnneno and Gertnide I'edme. boy.
Lewis II. and Lillian M. Masruder. boy.
Ererett B and Olirta C, Mlddox. tirL
Joeerh G. and Canncla LaTczzo. girl.
J. Howard aud Nora G. Johnson, xul.
John F. and Anna Hancock, boy.
Irrins M and Ahre. K. Grey. cirL
Henry It. and Ethel B Floyd. sirL
lank- H. and jauabrui Eastman, firl.
Carl XV. and Annie M Dauber, boy.
Joseph F. and Maude V. Baits, tirL
Lewis H and Flora 31. Cook, boy.
Charles F. and Delia B Brown, girl.
Lrtsnn and Jeanetts Adams, boy.
James A. and Mabel Ameson, tor.
Joseph and Sarah Waaldncton, boy. .
Jerry and Geonriana Etrothrr, cirl.
Ambrotia and Rebecca Pearson, boy.
Francis E. and Addis Prce. boy.
Ilenson and Virginia Martin, boy.
James 11 and Mary K. Maaruder. girl.
George and Mabel Marshall, hoy.
John P. and Snsie Jones, girt.
William D. and Slary Green, girL
Henry W. and Elizabeth Banks, boy.
Elizabeth Cummin;. 36 years. Wasb. Asylum Itosp.
Charles A. CWby. 43, B. S.,Soltlirra' Heme, D. C.
John Slade 71. Naral Hospital.
Archibald Xoang. 66. 1731 Corcoran St. nw,
James W. Stow. 9 1I7C Belmont at. nw.
Ellse M. Holland. S3. Hamilton Hotel.
kaUinine W. Walmslty. O. 900 I it, nw.
George C. roolton. 89 393 M at. nw.
Alice V. Orem. 43. C2Hs Maryland are. sw
Michael J. Keller. G. S3 Missouri are. nw.
Lester C. McArdell, 3J. ll I'mrrQlranU at, nw.
Reuben M. Harlon. 7. 1131 Tark ITace.
James Drbcoll. Jl t5 K at. nw.
CO U) RED.
Clara A, Mitchell. 107. Ct Franklin rt. nw.
William King. 43,'Freemen'a Hospital.
Anna V. Thomas. 1J. 1113 I at, nw;
Rachel niurhes, S, 1Z5 Church at. nw.
Emma Johneon, 33. Cohnnbia Hospttal.
Mil Mfckcnv . H08 Ward Dace nw.
Thomas Jordan.. 65. M0 U at. as,
Southeast Corner Fourteenth and G Streets
Capital, $500,000.00 Surplus, $125,000.00
We are building a banking business
based on conservative methods, combined
with courteous treatment and excellent fa
cilities. We invite the accounts of all who are
seeking the services of such a banking in
JOHN POOLE, N.H.SHEA,
President Vice President
J. J. DARLINGTON, General Counsel
Byron S. Adams
Walter A. Brown
John H. Clapp
J. J, Darlington
Ralph W. Lee
Wilton J. Lambert
International Anticipates Action of
Courts and Will Reorganize as
Two $70,000,000 Corporations.
-uinnv. inn 7 The International
Harvester Company Is to be dissolved into
two corporations ot STO.tXO.CX) each. Of
M..I..1 nnnAnenr nt the nlnn naw made
to-day. followlns tho Inception in New
Jersey of the international naneaici
Corporation, and it will tako effect at
While the olnclals of tho Harvester
Company avow thtt this move 1 not In
tended to Influence the Issues of the suit
...... .,..!...- ISrealdent Cl rtU H MC-
Cormlclc. in a statement lsued today.
declares It to tie a dissolution aions "
lines laid down in the government suit.
T ,s.A. th. Ytarvester ComnanV
Is mcetlns the complains of the govern
ment in advance ot me ncmciucut. m
the aroirterninent suit.
nrs.A wmh, (vtmnnnv will tnke river all the
plants of the Harvester Trust, toitether
with certain properties in me cnueu
tates. acquired subsequent to the organ
ization of the combine In 1501
A very simple method has been worked
out for the distribution of the new stock.
Half of the present outstanding stock.
l..u ..Ammin a n,l Trf erri1. SI 111 Vie turn
ed In fort cancellation: nnd a like amount
of new stock Tvtll d irsuea in lis piaca.
After this operation has been completed,
there will be two separate and distinct
corporations, each liavlnB S.0Jsitt. 7
per cent preferred stock, and JW.OklOX)
In the distribution of assets and earn
ing power, It ha been the purpose of
the directors to make as even a dlclslon
between the two scfrments of the trust
The action of the company Is the re
sult of the suit now pending ncalnst
the International Harvested Company In
the Federal court under the Sherman an-tl-tnist
law. The suit, however, probably
Tho move enables the company to effect
at least a partial dissolution In accord
ance with Its own idea, without inter
ference from tho Attorney General and
the courts. It has the arvantage of
keeping all the ofrclgn properties intact,
and enables the new company to con
tinue to develop the foreign business
without concern for what the results of
the anti-trust litigation may be.
German I'laywrlBhtis Ila-se CInb thnt
Special ONe to The Wsanuujton llerrld.
Berlin. Jan. 3. Berlin critics arc fam
ous for their merciless sternness, and
German playwrights are used td beltur
flaed by them without a murmur, su
it created quito a sensation in literary
circles here when the famous dramatist.
Herrmann Sundcrmann, the other day
..Vij th, -nolle tn stelae and confiscate
the whole issue of a foremost dramatic
magazine, "Lle EcnauDuenne van
Stage), because ltVontaIntd a ever
advance criticism of his new play, "The
Good Reputation." Under an old Ger
man law It Is a penal offense to damage
the prospects of a play by criticizing it
before it Is produced.
WAY TO MEET NOBILITY.
French "Woman Secnrea Introdoc
tlons on Pnjnirnt Baals.
Special Cable to The Washuiston Herall.
Paris, Jan. S To American snobs
who no longer find tho door of the Eng
lish court open to them, it may be
some consolation to hear that for a ridi
culously small sum they may meet some
of the members of the highest French
Within a stone's throw of Avenue de
l'Opera there Is a house presided over by
a kind-hearted .noblewoman, who Intro
duces jou to our titled ladles at a fixed
rate. To bo presented to Marquise de
V costs forty francs, the Duchess
-i ir r MfS at flftv franeM. while
Princess de B. comes as high as Ave
louis. inere arc, nowcitr, picmjr "i
mere lcometesses and baronesses jou
rtinv meet and talk to for a single
ixmis a or.
TURNS ON GAS; HANGS SELF.
Woman Learves Note for Sen ant,
relllnp Her o Open Window,
Breda! Cable to The Washington Herald. .
London. Jan. 23. Tied to the door of a
bedroom. In which Rose Thomson, flft)-
two years old, wife of an engineer.
banged herself, was a letter to her
"Open the bedroom window from the
outside, as I expect you will find the
place- full of gas, and turn off the, gas
Deiore jou usm up.
LJ. J, Darlington Clarence B. Kheem
Ralph W. Lee N. H. Shea
Wilton J. Lambert Leon Tobriner
Arthur D. Marks
Frank B. Noyes
John L. Newbold
Clarence B. Rheem
N. H. Shea
ORDERS HIS ASHES
BURIED BY DOG'S
Englishman Provides Penalty for Fail
ure to Obserre Peculiar Con
ditions of Will.
Special Cable to The Wa.oinfton Herald.
London, Jan. S. That he wished his
ashes to be Interred with the remains of
his dog was among tho instructions left
to his executors by James Deardon. or
Rochdale, and Walcot House, Northamo-
ton, former high sheriff of Northampton
shire, whose will has Just been proved.
Sir. Deardon left an etate or tne vaiuc
He directed his trustees to carry out the
It is my will und wish that my remains
be cremated and then Interred at the same
place where ml dog Pompey is now
buried, in the space at the top or tne
monument the urn over which Is to be
o constructed as to contain the ashes.
Falling this, then in the open ground as
near to my dog's remains on may be. On
no account at Barnacle
"I further charge my estates in South-
rope with SiSTO in addition to whatever
T may hive already bequcather. to the
Stamford Infirmarj If these Interments
are disturbed or removed, both as re
gards the dog's remains and my own,
from their present position within a hun
dred )ears of this date
bpecial Cable to The WaJiinrton Herald.
TarK Jan. 25 A ery amuslne story
of Jr. Pasltch, the Servian Prime Min
ister, U Koine the rounds of Paris
Some time aco a special correspondent
of one of the Paris newspapers inter
viewed SI. Pasltch at his house In Bel
grade. The Interview was a Ions one
and extremely interesting. The Prime
Minister spoke of Austria, of the possi
bilities of a conflict, and of many other
vital questions. Just before the Journal
ist left, a woman came into the room,
and SI Pasltch said, with tenderness.
"You do not know my wife, Heiene. I
think. Allow me to present j ou."
The special correspondent, delighted at
the interesting interview he had ob
tained, telegraphed it to his paper. It
was promptly contradicted officially. It
nu the more easuy contradicted be
cause the correspondent had not re
frained from mentioning the touching,
picture of the connubial bliss ot SI
Pasltch and his' wife. Heiene, and be
cause Heiene Is not the name of Mrs.
Pasltch. The carelessly dropped name
was a little stratcgem of the premier in
case diplomatic reasons should make It
necessary to repudiate his conversation
with the journalist.
WOULD HELP DRINKERS.
llngl'trtite Offer Prises for Sobri
ety DnrliiE 1I 1.1.
Special rAbla to The Washington Hmld.
London. Jan. IS. York has fifteen men
and lite women who are frequently
brought before the magistrates charged
with drunkenness, and with a iew to
assisting them to reform one of the mag
istrates, B. IL Vernon Wragge. has sent
each of them the following notice:
"The chief constable informs me that
during the past three years or more
jou hae been frequently convicted of
being drunk, and you must know that
this is a practice very Injurious to Jour
health, and also brings discredit upon
jourself and the city of York.
"Therefore, with a view of helping
jou to reform. I am making you this
promise: If. during the jear 1913. you aro
not once convicted, I will give you a
sovereign on January 1, 15H."
JEALOUSY CAUSES TRAGEDY.
Alcerlnn Physician Slays Ofllcer
Special Cable to The Washinfton Herald.
Paris. Jan. il A tragedy due to Jeal
ousy is reported from Blldah, Algeria.
Dr. Batut, a retired army doctor and a
ehealler of the Legion of Honor, re
turning home toward dusk, found his
wife and Lieut. Gavet chatting in an
avenue leading to his villa. A iolent
quarrel followed between the two men
nnd Mme. Batut fled Indoors. The re
port of a revolver was heard, and Lieut.
Gavet dropped dead.
Dr. Batut then followed his wife to
the bedroom and fired at her. but missed.
The wife ran from room to room, pur
sued by the husband, whose young son
vainly strove to restrain him. The wife
was at last unable to escape and was
killed with three bullets.
Dr. Batut has been arrested. His mind
appears to have become blank. ,
Take. LAXATItE BltOSIO Quinine Tablets. Drce
fists refund teener It it rails u rare E. w,
CBOTX-S aigsitan It do each box. Sc,
421 U 431 7th St.
417 t9 425 8th SL
Ifcans natural flavor and highest nu
noJIEMADE BREAD A?TD TIES.
2106 Pa. Ave. W. 25
W. Cits Vote, ta Th. Bmld's t3.0U Cottfaac
TASTE SO GOOD
Chocolates and Bonbons
514 NINTH STREET N. W.
VV tri n.rald agnjoo folet vote.
rnortssioxAii edccatiov i"-ACConTf
ancj. rtaetiral work esreciallr adapted to men
tmptored. U-rS bulletin. Call cc address Director
cf Education. I, U CL a., ffl Q nt, WasUrjUai.
Id Cftnth St. nsw Unaxa tTJa,
OVE OF TUB BEST KhOWN VIOLIN SrH(KI-S
In tho-etr. in order to diserxrr talented inptU fr
chriUrsf-it. males the reduced rale of (3 for r-tire
terra (can b paid SOe res- lesscei) Violins and nru.c
furnished free. J.. Pox H. Herald.
omCE oy tub vvashinoton OAS LIMIT
Waihintton, O C Ian. U. 13U
The annual mcetlcal of the shareholders cf u.e
WashinetfTB las Licht OranDSJif for the ekrticn nf
directors and for such ether Irtsiness ss msy proo
er y com. before ssid mrctine will be held it t
offce of tho ecenpany. Nr. UZ-M7 Mlh qt. nw
MIIVDtl, rebruarj 3, HU. at K oclock noon
The polls U1 bo open from 13 ociock soon to i
oclock p. m.
WILLI I n OP.ME. SecrtaT
MSA! CIEM'E Of HUXLTI1 NXTlItAL.
nonsuTaicsl flft-p.W bock free Applj by mall 9H
Colorado Bldf. Ires lecture for women edrdai
3) p m :-tr
WHEAT:- B-,T WHEAT
C7At your ctwtt k o cnntuimm R.nKl-
B. B. EARNSHAW BRO.
Wholesalers. 11th aad M sta. S. C
COFFEY On Friday Jinuary U. 1313.
at her residence. 1713 K Street North
west. MARY KKRR COFFEY, widow
of Titian J. Coffej
Funeral sen Ices at the house on Slon
day. January z;, at 10.30 a. m. In
CLANCY Ort S-aturdar January K. 1911,
at 9 13 P- m . SIlss M AGNES CLAN
CY, daughter of the lato John and
Funeral from 1331 Fifteenth street north
west. Tuesdax January 3S. at 9jm.
thence to St Slatthew's Church at 10
oclock where mass of requiem will be
sung Interment. Slount OHert Cem
etery GOODACrtE On Slonday, January 71.
1313. at 3- a m . at ner resioenee
1KII Monroe Street northwest, KLIZA
rtETIl HOLSIAN. widow of IVIUIam
If. Goodacre. In the slxtj -seventh
jear of har rge
Tuneral pri.ate. Tuesdtj. January
at J p. m. fWatcrvlIct. N. Y. rapcrs
JIILITAHY ORDFJl OP THE LnTL IXRIPV
(IF THE UNITED "STATES
Oxnmanderj of the District of Oilcmbit,
Otr of Washincton January 3. 'Ml
The death of Companion nAULAV PAfiB MA
EW First Lieutenant V R. Volunteers, at Ta
Vnmat Park D C, on the 3tb. Instant, is announced
tn the Commandeer
Funeral serflres. at srhic'h Uie attendance of cr-tn
panlons is requested. iU be htld at his late re"!
dence, I Maple Arerne. TsLoma Park, D C. en
Wednesday 3th Instant, at S odork T JI
Interment at Hock Creek cemcKT;.
Tie command ot
Usor4;encrsl GtORI.E B DAS. V S. Armj.
Ot Iroj DcaorlptJon-Modcratslj PricasV
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
S3 EAST CAPITOL ST.
rsUNltbed IttT. CHA8. B. ZUBUORST. Up.
J. WILLIAM LEE. Funeral Director
and Embahner. limy tn exnnection. Commeagocal
Cbapal and Modern Cmnatortem. Modest prtoss.
tSX a'axuisjriasla Arc nsr. TeWpooas Itaia 11
W. R. SPEARE.
rC.SEJIAL OIRECTOB AM EM BALM KB,
940 F "Street N. W.
WASHINGTON. V. C.
'hones Main t
FRANK A. SPEARE. Manar.
Largest Morning Ciiculatio.
I Gordon's Q Ac I
I DryGin,0U I
I CHRISTIAN XANDER I
J 909 SEVENTH STREET Jg