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Chairman Oeorse K. np Neale. of the
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'1 trade abuses, yesterday announced
the. appointment or the following mem.
bers of his committee:
I. G-oldcnbcnr. M. A. Lwse, Sidney
West. A. O. 1 1 utterly. V. J I. Warner,
and A. I.evy.
rt. I". Andrews, chairman of the frelcht
and transportation committee of the Rc-t-iil
Merchants" Association, has an
nounced the appointment of his commit
tee as follows: I W. Bolsiano, A. I).
V. Burr. P. K. Chacomas. George S. De
Neale, Myer Kellheimer. E. C. Graham,
I Goldenbers, Fred Ilahn. Alexander
Uecht. Harry Kins, Anton Stephan. and
Anderson yesterday granted
an absolute dU'orcc to Fannie Rupert
from Harry Rupert. They were mar
ried in this city In December, 1906.
The wife Is also awarded the custody
of their one child. Mildred. The wife
was represented by Attorneys Mark
Slearman and Harry H. Hollander.
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Continued from Pave One.
she wired back, "either the war corre
spondents march with me or I do not
"Miss Alico Paul should worry." she
concluded, giving the message to the
All through the day Gen. Jones had
all kinds of trouble on her hands. In
the first place, the merry battle with the
rebels, led by Col. Ida Craft, continues
apace. A temporary truce has been mode
by the two factions, owing to the near
end of the hike. Everybody was pleased
to bo entering the "homestretch." Then,
as soon as the urmy entered Laurel, It
ealrned that an Incipient race war was
In progress. Some twelve highly colored
women residents of Buzzards Glory
Laurel's negro settlement. It was report
ed. had formed a suffrage club and were
going to march to Washington with the
pilgrims to take part in the suffrage pa'
When Gen. Jones heard this. Just after
she had made a speech to the assem
bled residents of tho "midway city," she
"I'm going to go to bed.
The general had previously Intimated
that when she reached Washington she
was through with hiking. Uneasy, she let
It bo known. Is tho head that wears a
crown, or the arm that wears a chevron.
Col. Craft, on the other hand, it is said.
plans to lead an army Into Maryland,
Pennsylvania, and Ohio.
Col. Craft, who has been somewhat
handicapped In her marching as re
gards feet recently, owing to the hard
country roads, was more cheerful to
day. I've got my walking feet back, she
The suffragists added two more ani
mals to their menagerie to-day, when
some Laurel residents met them about
miles outside, the town with two
goats. The army now has the goats, a
donkoy hitched to a cart and led by
Miss Margaret Gelst. who Joined the
hikers at Wilmington, and says she Is
going to give the donkey to President
elect Wilson when he declares for equal
suffrage, and SufTragettc, the bargain
horse, which looks as If It needed a
meal. The horse Is quite an exhibit In
Itself. It belongs to Elizabeth Free
man, better known as "Gypsy," and
now Is laboring under Its third name.
The animal was known as Emellne,
after the well-known militant English
Mrs. Pankhurst, when the pilgrims
started. Then It became known as
l-iusanne. Now It Is Suffragette. Miss
Freeman, who Is official orator of the
pilgrims and who drives a yellow
wagon hauled by Suffragette, also ad
dressed the people of Laurel from the
hotel porch to-night.
Met by l.nrse Crowds.
The pilgrims passed through the vil
lages of Hall. Ix)ng Green. Wnterloo,
CJlnry. and Jerusalem to-day on the
hike from Elk Ridge to Laurel. They
i were met everywhere by crowds of
ischool children and the hardy tillers of
'Maryland soil. Miss Frank Smith, a
Kentucky girl, who met the pilgrim
In Raltimnro while visiting friends
there, led the march and carried one of
The hiker? are all weather-tanned and
show In their gait the effects of the long
walk. Gen. Jones probably Is the least
affcetcd of any of them, although some
of the others look as If the march had
airreed with them rather than otherwise.
They were all In good spirits to-day
over the near approach of the end of
j the hike, and their triumphal entry Into
concerning the preparations to receive
them. They paid a visit to the Mayor
of Laurel upon their arrival this after
noon. Acting Mayor John Hubert, of
Baltimore, had given them a long Utter
of introdurtlon to Mayor McCeney. of
laurel, and when they hunted him up to
present it they found that he hadn't
held odlee for n year. They located
Mayor Roberts, who succeeded Mr. Mc
Ceney. however, and he welcomed them
to tho town.
The pilgrims will enter Washington
about noon Friday by way of Rhode
Island Avenue and the Rrentwood Road.
They will march down North Capitol
Street to the Capitol, thence to the Peace
Monument and up Pennsylvania Avenue.
They march to Hyattsvllle, a matter of
twelve miles, to-morrow, stay there to
morrow night, and start for Washington
at 9 o'clock Friday morning.
Ok-n. Jones to-night sent from head
quarters hern by parcel post to President-elect
Wilson a yellow "votes for
women" flag and this letter:
"Suffrage Headquarters. laurel. Md.
"President-elect Woodrow Wilson:
"Wo send and beg of ou to accept
this 'votes for women' flag ns a me
mento of our pilgrimage through New
York, New Jersey, Delaware. Pcnnsyl
anla, and" Maryland. Yours very truly,
'ROSALIE GARDINER JONES."
The members of the party who will
enter Washington arc:
"Gen." Rosalie Gardiner Jones, "Col."
Ida Craft. "CapL" Mrs. George Wend.
"Lieut." Minerva Crowell. "Sergt." Eliz
abeth Aldrich, "Corp." Klatschken.
"Privates" Mrs. John Holdt. Mrs, Mario
Balrd. Miss Constance Lucpp, Miss Helen
Rergmark. Miss Virginia Platschke, Mrs.
William Schultz. "Pilot" E. S. Lem
mon, "Guide" Dr. Ernest Stevens, "Bug
ler" Milton Wend, "Beauty" Phoebe
Hawn, "Perfect Venus" Amelia Dotesch.
"Official Orator" Elizabeth Freeman.
"Boy Scout" Norman Spcr, "Added
Starters" Miss Margaret Gelst, Mrs.
Lehman, Alphonse Major, head of the
commissary department, and Edward
Van Wyck. assistant head of commis
MAJ. SYLVESTER GIVES
"GENERAL" JONES' BAND
PERMIT TO ENTER CITY
MaJ. Richard Sylvester, superintendent
of police, having given the necessary
permit. Gen. Jones and her band of pil
grims will make their entry Into Wash
ington In style. They will parade from
Fifteenth and H streets down Maryland
avenue to the Peace Monument, up Penn
sylvania Avenue to Fifteenth Street, up
Fifteenth Street to F Street, and thenc
to suffrage headquarters, where a great
open air meeting will be held.
On this last lap of their long Journey
tho "pilgrims" will be headed by a brass
band. Ever- loyal suffragist In Wash
ington, with the exception of those who
will be occupied at headquarters, will
turn out to meet the heroines of the
New York-Washington "hike."
The women promise that the "little"
general will have a most notable entry
Into the District.
There will be excitement, then more
excitement; enthusiasm, then more en
thusiasm, demonstration, and noisy Ju
bilation. In which more than half of the
people of Washington are expected to
The "pilgrims" will arrive at Fifteenth
Street shortly before noon on Friday
and the open air meeting will start
about an hour and a half later. E. S.
Lemmon. pathfinder and special emissa
ry of Gen. Jones to arrange for the
police permit to march Into Washington,
left last night to rejoin the "hikers,"
Jubilant bearer of the news that Wash
ington's complaisant police chief had con
sented. T Car OBanpatlon,
Don't dose the system with a lot of dan
gerous hablt-formlng drugs. Physicians
everywhere are now prescribing Boffa
Lemon' Seldlltx, the good-tasting mUUU
pawaer. All drugglits sell It,
LEADERS OF HIKERS, FOQTSOREAISD
Left to right "Bugler" Milton Wend, "Sergt" Elizabeth Aldrich, "Gen." Rosalie Jonei, Mrs.
Wend, Mrs. Williams, and "Pilot" E..S. Lemmon,
CUBA SENDS ENVOYS
TO THE INAUGURATION
Two Other Latin-American Countries
Are Thus Represented, Al
though Not Inrited.
METHOD NOW IN ACTION
President Gomez of Cuba, has desig
nated three special representatives of
the Cuban government to attend the
Inauguration of President-elect Wil
son at Washington March 4. The Cu
ban delegation includes tho present
Minister at Washington, Mr. Itivero;
Dr. Gulllcrmo Patterson, Subsecretary
of State, and Dr. Pablo Desvernlne, a
professor at the National I'nlverslty.
President Gomez Is the third l-iun-Amerlcan
President to appoint special
representatives to attend th Wilson
Inauguration. The governments of
Guatemala and Salvador have already
designated special representatives. In
addition to their accredited ministers,
who are now en route to Washington
from Central America to attend the
This anxiety of the three republics
to be specially represented has caused
some surprise. It Is generally ex
plained on the theory that all Latln
Amcrlcn. and especially the more tur
bulent republics north of tho Panama
Canal, ar basing many hopes on th
Democratic administration about to
take otllre. and wish to take advantage
of the first opportunity to present
themselves to the nttentlon of the Wil
In the cse of .the republic of Nica
ragua, which went through a terrific
upheaval lat summer, this expectation
that Mr. Wilson's Secretary of State
will reverse the Republican policies of
the last sixteen years seems likely to
render her helpless In the face of a
revolution which Is being openly
planned to take place after March 4.
The government of Nicaragua has
ben practically penniless ever slnre
the days of Zelaya. Awvre that the
revolution Is Impending, the govern
ment Is seeking to obtain money with
which to finance a defense against the
expected outbreak. For this purpose
they have asked Brown Brothers, or
New York, to purchase the balance of
the stock of the Nicaraguan Railway.
of which they now hold Ul per cent.
It Is understood that the bankers are
extremely desirous of purchasing the
railroad." but that they hesitate to do
so because of the fear that another
revolution Is coming after Mr. Wilson's
n. P. Pert, ef Aerirultinr- Weather Borrao,
Wa5hiccton. Weilnwdar. rrbmarr 2&-J P. m.
There will b run tfhmvdar and rcptably Friday
throughout the Middle Atlantic and South Atlantic
and Eafct Oull States and Tcnnctaee, mow rr rain in
Nfw England, the smith-m portion of the Iltf
Eton, and the Ohm Valley, and nor la the Middle
MUvuipli VallrT. the Middle Ilaim States, ant
the Vuvty Mountain and Ilateaa rrciona. In
West tlulf fetatii rains Tlmrsdiy will bo followed
insrttlert ther Fridar. The weather wUl no
fair alenjr the rinhrm lionler from Montana to Lp
rrr Mk-hinn Thursday and Pridar.
Tho trmreraturo wiu lw onoudrratty lower Thurs
day In tbo Wwt tiulf State, the MiMipri and
lower Ohio Tallrjr and Friday in tho (iull Mates.
Tennessee, the Ohio Valley, and the Lower IaVo re-
. Moderate temperature will rreratl in tho At
lantic Statea Thumlay and ijrobaUy Friday.
Midnuftt, Z a. m.. 3: 4 a. m.. CI: 6 a. m.. 7:
i a. m.. 3: 10 a. m., 38; i: noon. C; 2 p. m.. 42: 4
Ik m.. 43; 6 p. m., C; 8 p. m., 41; 10 p. m., 46.
Ilicheat. : lowot. 2
ICehUire humidity 8 a. m.. TO: z p. zn.. C: 8 p. m..
!. IUinhll (8 p. m. to 8 u m.). 0. Hour of ana
ahine, 1.0; per cent of possible nnine. 0.
Temperature tame dat last ycac llishcbt, 41; low
Temperntnres In Other Cities.
Tanpmturcw In other cities, together with the
amount of rainfall for the twenty-four hours ended at
B p. m. yesterday, are as follows:
Max. Mln. 1p.m. Ian.
Awierule, X. O - 52 31 46 0.01
Atlanta, Oa 60 41 M 0.01
Atlantic City. N. J . 42 :i a
niimarcr. Jf. Dak 11 .. S
Itoiton. Mass 33 It 31
Buffalo. Jf. Y 34 IS rt 0.12
Chicato, III X 31 S 0.M
Cincinnati. Ohio. 43 M V 0 !
Cheyenne. Wyo. 18 8 II 0.18
Darenport, Iowa. 3) 31 35 0.M
Dtnrev Cdo 21 K H 0.06
Da Moines. Iowa 3 3 :t
Dulcth, Minn 10 4 2
GalrexUm. Tex.... 68 62 C8 0.01
Helena. Mont 10 -2 6
Indianapolis. Ind 12 M W CM
Jacksontllle. Fla "0 18 (G
Kama City, Mo 3 2 2S 1.16
Little Rocx. Ark C2 13 60 CM
Los AnrrtoJ. Cal S2 44 52
Marquette, Mich 21 16 12 0.01
Memphla, Tean 53 50 M 2J
New Orleans. La. 71 M 70 0.08
New York, N. X 3 20 36
North Platte. N. Y IS 16 12 0.11
Omaha. Ncbr 21 21 31
Philadelphia. Pa. 40 3) at
Pittsburg. Pa. K 21 10 0.22
Portland. Sle 29 8 21
Portland. Ores ) 31 10 0.18
Salt Lake City. Utah 31 26 28 0.18
St. Louis, Mo 51 31 41) 0.18
St. raul. Mum 16 8 10 0.02
San Francisco. Cal 54 K 50
Springfield. Ill 38 32 31 0.40
Taooma, WaA 42 .. 42
Tampa, Fla 73 52 70 ....
Trne Rrtomeni to Meet.
An "Inaugural get-together meeting"
of ail visiting and resident True Re
formers will be held at True Reformers
Hall, Twelfth and U Streets Northwest,
next Monday evening, Mrs. Sarah F.
Lewis, chief of tho Washington divi
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OLYMPIC ATHLETES TO MEET.
Reception Will De Tendered Con
testants for World's Honors.
The first reunion of participants In the
Olympic games at Stockholm, Sweden,
last summer, from the District, will take
place to-night ut tho Toung Men's Chris
tian Association gymnasium. The ath
letes will be tendered a reception by the
Y. XI. C. A. boys, and the feature of the
performance will b a series of moving
pictures In color showing the games.
The pictures will be explained by Lieut.
Col. Frederick Foltz, of the General
Staff, who was ono of the athletes com
peting. The other Olympic contestants
at the reunion are Lieut. J. W. Patten,
of the General Staff, and Sergt. Adams,
of Troop It. Fifteenth Cavalry. l S. A..
who was on the rifle team that won the
world's championship at tho games, and
who is famous as the only enlisted man
competing. All the guests of honor are
connected with the Fort Myer garrison.
Iloth the moving picture show, with
Ucut. Col. Foltz's lecture, and the re
ception afterward, are freo to the at
tendance of the general public.
Class Otllcrrs KIccted.
The senior class of Central High School
yesterday elected Lawrence Jones presi
dent of the class or 1513. Hazel Spear
was elected vice president; John Stokes,
treasurer; Esther licit, secretary; Ldgar
Hoover, valedictorian; Claude Bubcoek,
historian, and Mr. O'Connel, poet.
Roawel! R Mason, P, and Lillle It. Hin-T. O.
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Edmrd Vaas. 57. and Lsura Carls. 37. both of
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Ktchsrd R Huntt. 20. and Florence K. Greer,
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Oliser C Va-jshsn. 23. of Marsham. Va . and
r.sa II Kirby. 21. of Stone Pnclie. Vs. Pet.
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Harry It. Shepherd. 3. and Kosa V. Prown, 73.
t-.er Jamm L. MeLain.
F-fcar l Pallirt. 32. and Mrrtha A lacy. 35.
both of Guinea. Va. P.rr Donald C. MacLeod.
L. J. Iwis. 21. and Grace Randall. 21.
It. Jnhnon. 23. art! lmoore S. Jenkins 30,
II. Freeman. 31. ami lluth Harns. 21.
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A Novel by John Breckenbridge Ellis
A YOUNG girl arrives at night at the home of the man who
is really her father, but who had not known of her exist
ence. By the strength of her secret she forces him to take
her into his household, because she "wants to belong to some
body." Once established, she undertakes to set right a situation in
tense in its possibilities. This girl Fran is the charm of an ex
traordinary book; a girl whimsical, quaint, and shrewd, with a
wonderful smile, the highest courage, and a great longing" for
home and love.
You can't really describe Fran any more than you can de
scribe your best friend. She comes so close, is so human, that
analysis is impossible.
ILLUSTRATED BY KING
Fran Will Appear in the Magazine Section of The Wash
ington Herald on Sunday
WEARY, AT LAUREL.
MOST MEN STAET WEOKG.
Mr. niomerrthal Sara Few Individ
nals Follon- Troper Vocations.
That SS per cent of the men of to
day havo pursued a vocation not fitted
for them eras the startling statement
made by Gustavo A. Blumcnthal. of
New York City, In an address at the
Public Library last night on the sub
ject of "Character Analysis In Its Re
lation to the Problems of Vocational
Mr. Ulumenthal Is an expert in dis
covering personal aptitude by study
of the Individual, and claims to be able
to advise a young man In the selection
of a vocation which fits his tempera
Mr. Blumenthal add'd that if large
corporations would have their sm
ployes examined to test their fitness
for the work at hand, a much higher
efficiency would be attained. Many
members of the Chamber of Commerce
and teachers of the public schools at
tended the lecture.
This was the first of a series of vo
rational lectures to be given at the
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Mary V. O'SrlL 21 years, al 34 St. re.
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Dorrthv McKrnri''. 8. I'rosidero Horpital.
Annie T. Morrr. 58. 505 Wenmlnsler M. nw.
John A. Gnufbauer. 6J. IS Cth St. nw.
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PROrESSIO.VAL EDUCATION I.N ACCODJTT-
aae,. naetieal wcvfc especlall adapted to ars
emplored. it-pace taCeun. Can or addnaa, Dtnetof
of IVlucaUoa. I. M, C A, CM O SI, Waahlixtosk,
MRS. EMILY FRECH BARNES
K Deisath Bt. sa. Lioasls Itm
BOARD OF EDUCATION" OF TUB D1STIUCT
cf Colombia, Washintton. Feh. a. IKi The Bnant
ef Examiners for Cdored School will hold an esamt
nation on March 13 and 3. 1913, to eecuie lists of
eligible in ChraifctrT, Zoolotr. llotanr, Cerman.
iTirsical EdncaUon. in the Hirb School, and frai
tic Teacher of grade 1. slid J la the Normal
K-hooJ. fbr information loiuire of A. II. GLENS.
SecrrtatT Board of Examiners. Franalin School,
Waahlncton. I. O. Bj- order of WILLIAM M.
DAVIDSON, Saperintondent of niblic: Schools.
VIAVI SCTENCE OF HEALTH. FREE LEC-
tare for women, Wed., 3 p. m. Natural, non-
BUElcal: doth-bound bock free, til CMonda Bide.
It Pays to Insist
ass a r-Be I On hastns MILLER'S Self
niLLCH s raidnz Buctwheat-rri ia brth
fj.ll ..;.. atlfactioo and economj. ,
aelI-n3lIRg MILLER'S ractafn contain '
iBckwheat tSE MM lMn ""
C7At joar frooar'i. No eoriMttam mrplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW O BRO..
TVholesaieTs. llth' ssnd M gts. g. R.
CIsARKt-Suddenly, on Tuesday, Febru
ary Zl, 1313, at. . p. m., IL.L,IJLZI.
TOUNG CLARKE, eldest son of tha
late James Bayard Clarke and Eliz
abeth Webb Baxter.
Funeral services Friday. February SS.
at 2:30 p. m.. from resldenco of his
sister. Relatives and friends invited.
GEORGE P. ZURH0RST,
1 EAST CAPITOL ST.
EMabUahed MR. C1IAS. S. ZCRH0S5T. Vgr.
WILLIAM LEE. Funeral Director
and Embalnter. Lirery In ccnnectloo. Conrmonlout
Chapel and Modem Crematortam. Modest pcicaa.
S3Z Pennrrlranla Are. nw. TeleiAoce Main 13U.
Of Erery Deacriptlon-Moderatelr rrlced.
FdbctU Designs. FuntTil Dadins.
Tfcewrti nearb' 000 Tears old, a rrmtly dlxotfml
Boocn Btrror. made tj aittarhfrrr lead tal to llaM
tu w OicUTt a nbm anr