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fHE WASHINGTON -HERALD. f-SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1913.'
Gen. Reyes' Cousin Describes
Horrors and Treachery of
Battle in Mexico City.
REYES WAS MURDERED
All Her Possessions, Eren Her Hat,
Taken by Bandits When She
Fled to Safety.
Xe ortt. March 1 Talcs ot atroci
ties as horrible as the Indian massacres
of pioneer dajs were brought here by
feenora de Rendon. a refugee from
Mexico Cltv. and a cousin of the late
Gen Rcvrs. who arrived to-Jaj on the
Ksperanza. stripped of her baggage and
cen her hat by bandits
The SOOO Americans still In Mexico
Citj are in hourly peril, said the se
nora, an English woman who has lived
In the countrj many jears as the wife
of a Mexican planter
The senora arrived in New York with,
no possessions save the clothes she
wore Bandits had repeated!! robbed
the train which carried her from Mex
ico City to Vera Cruz.
First the money and Jewels of the
pacngcrs were taken The next party
of robbers rifled their baggage
Rich Her Hat Taken.
Each robber stripped the long-suffering
refugees of more possessions un
til, in the llnal holdup. Senora de Ren
don s hat was torn from her head, and
coats and outer garments taken from
others on the train
The bod of Gustavo Madero murder
ed under el lev de fuga." was hacked
to pieces. Senora de Rendon said, and
Uen Rejes, Instead of falling at the
head of his troops, w.is treacherously
On the feunda) morning when the
Tlalpam cadets started the revolution
bj liberating Felix Diaz. Gen Rejes
tailed Senora de Rendon b) telephone
and told her what was going to happen
The general, as reported, was In the
forefront of the attack on the national
lalace At the palace gate he was met
bv Gen Munllo There was a parle.
Itcjra shot Down.
Munllo smiling with extended hand,
professed friendship for Gen Rejes, and
asked him to enter aloni lie did so
nithout suspicion No sooner had he
Mepped inside the gate than MuriUo, still
Mulling shot the old man down
When Gustavo Madero brother of the
d posed and slaughtered President, rran-
ico I Madero. was killed his slavers
xhibitcd savaserj equal to that of can
nibals she aid
Told th.it he was free, after he had
bcn taken to the arsenal. Madero start
d to walk anas from his captors, prob
ablj knowing that he would die before
lie had gone man steps toward the
He fell shot in the back bj a dozen
rifles Then his murderers, who had
ovcred thur crime with the law of
flight, drew their knifes and literallj
lucked his bod to pieces In their fury
of revenge, the senora declared
During the long bombardment Senora
do Rendon and her famil had one par
ticular! narrow escape from death The
de Rendon house was rext door to that
of President Madero
When the Madero residence wis
Mown up two of the ue Rendon serv
an's were kill c! and the house vlr-tu-ill
wrecked The familj hid In the
cllar for davs to escape the dangers
of bursting i-hells
Bodies are still being" burned in the
streets, said fci nora de Rendon, anil
the cih is almost uninhabitable
llnabnnd In 3Irxico.
lhr husband, who has extensive hemp
estates in ucatan. is still In Mexico
lie is held there by his buslnes Inter-
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JOSH IVES LIHAnTOOR,
Mexican Minister to France,' w ho was a
power in the Mexican goernment during
the dictatorship of Porflrlo Diaz, and who
has been mentioned as successor to Gen.
Uuerta In the provisional Presidency.
ests, asare virtually all the Americans
who are braving constant danger.
Senora Bertha Levi. Mexican -wife of
an American, with her two children.
was on tho Esperanza. Her experi
ence In fleeing from the city was much
the same as that of Senora de Rendon
Gen Uuerta, said Senora de Rendon,
Is not strong enough to bring order
out of the situation He Is hated, she
sajs by.thc greater part of the popu
lation, and his rule, she thinks, will
be ver iiiort
NEW COINS CRITICISED.
Other Dies liny II r Made A ithnnt
The Indian buffalo 5-cent piece. Issued
bj the mint esterday. has awakened
criticism, and it mav be necessary for
the mint to have new dies made to
eliminate the feature objected to This
feature is the Initial of the designer.
James A Fraser, a sculptor of New
An Infinitesimal capital ' F" is cleverly
worked In the design and Is found Im
mediately under the numerals 1913 As
the result of the objection made to the
designer of the Lincoln pinny putting
his Initial on the coin, the mint was
compelled to eliminate the Inltal and
make new dies street fakers hawked
the new 5-cent piece to Inauguration
crowds here to-day at 10 cents eich,
and did a thriving business.
ARBITER NOT NAMED.
Can't crrr on Third One to Settle
Judge Martin A. Knapp, of the Com'
merce Court, and Acting Commissioner
of I-abor A W. Hangar hate received
word from W. Atterburj. 'lice presi
dent of the 1'cnnsj lranla Railroad, and
Albert Phillips, vice president of the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and
Enginemen, the arbitrators named to con
sider the control ers between Eastern
railroads and their firemen, that thej
were unable to scree on the third arbi
trator Under the law the two named had to
reach an agreement last night or pass
the matter up to Judge Knapp and Act
ing Commissioner Hangar Judge Knapp
stated this afternoon that he and Mr.
Hangar would name the third arbitrator
in all probabilit bj to-morrow noon
NO PEACE FOR
Continued from Pace One.
Mexico, and several small detachments
In other States.
Gen. Felipe Angeles, who during; the
street lighting refuted" to Join Gen.
Uuerta In the arrest of Francisco Madero
and who was arrested, but later released
and appointed military attache to Bel
glum, will now be detained In Mexico
City and tried on a charge of executing
Miguel Garduna without warrant during
the fighting In the capital.
The election of Felix Diaz to the Pre
Idency was certain to-day by the decision
of the Liberal Democratic Club to name
Francisco de la Barra. a candidate for
the Presldencj. for Vice President on the
Diaz ticket This gives Felix Diaz his
chief opponent as a running mate.
The next great demonstration In Mex
ico City In celebration of tho overthrow
of Madero will be the welcome to Por
lirlo Diaz, who will return from exile In
Kgvpt to assume his old place In the
armv and exert his Iron hanft In behalf
of his nephew.
Clldrti (.nine Inroad.
With the officers selected to escort Diaz
back to Mexico will go a delegation of
the cadets who took such a daring part
In tho liberation of Felix Diaz from pris
on. Several of the cadets will remain
abroad to stud aWation. with the view
to establishing an aviation corps as an
arm of the Mexican Army. At a meet
ing of residents of the American colony
to-day. resolutions were adopted calling
upon the people of the United States to
lend all possible aid to the people of
Mexico In their efforts to restore' peace.
Ambassador Wilson was praised at the
meeting for his "noble and patriotic
services, rendered under tnlng circum
stances," and Individual acts of heroism
were noted In the minutes.
Attempts to aggravate the HI feel
ing on the part of Mexicans against
Americans In Vera Cruz were frus
trated late to-dav, when It became
known that the shell which Mexicans
claimed had been fired Into Vera Cruz
from the American fleet was In reality
an unexploded shell, which exploded
w hen handled by a Mexican laborer.
The laborer was killed and three per
Among the documents of urquldl.
the Maderlat subsecretary of commu
nication', have been found letters Im
plicating the Maderist government and
the Binco National de Mexico In a
conspiracj to fraudulently deprive
Ernest Slmondettl. a New York jour
nalist, of his paper. El DIarlo.
Slmondettt was forced Into exile two
jears ago on trumped-up charges and
his paper forced Into bankruptcy Diaz
has expressed an Intention to restore
the paper to Simondettl and reimburse
him for his los.es
CANAKEA NOW FURNISHES '
MOST SERIOUS SITUATION IN
At onl one point In Mexico is th
situation critical. ecording to reports
to the State Department jesterday from
the American Embassy and United
At Cananea, where there are a large
number of American mining properties
a battle Is considered Imminent be
tween Federal forces and a number of
Maderlstas The Federal commander of
the barracks has said that while he Is
prepared to resist an attack, he has not
a. sufficient force to send out a detach
ment to disburse the rebels who have
occupied a nearbv suburb and are said
to be fO In number The United States
consul at Nogales has asked the Federal
commander at Acui Prleta to send ad
ditional troops to Cananea at once to
Reports of hostillt) to the Huerta gov
ernment come from elsewhere In the
State of Sonora and from Coahullla It
Is said that In many place, there Is
great unrest among the people, chieflv
because of the lack of accurate Informa
tion as to the situation In Mexico City
and at other points in the republic. At
Acapulco conditions remain unsettled,
and the attitude of those who have re
cently been leading a rebellion against
the Madero government is not known
At Montere all Is reported quiet. Gen
Trevlna is acting as governor
Krom the south of Mexico the most
optimistic reports are received Ambas
sador llon mjs that 3,500 men of the
rebel forces in the States of Vera Cruz
and Puebla have submitted uncondition
al! to the provisional government. Four
rebel leaders in the State or Mexico, with
a combined force of V00 men. have also
submitted to the new government. Four
chiefs, with X men near Charcas. have
declared their allegiance to the Uuerta
The Ambassador reports that as far as
he has been able to learn. Zapita has de
clared his adhesion to the new govern
ment and Is In communication with it,
but has not jet surrendered Orozco Is
said to have announced his allegiance to
the Uuerta government, but Is still hold
ing Neubo Laredo, a border city, pend
ing the conclusion ot negotiations.
Later advjees to the State Department
jesterda were to the effect that the con
ferences of the Mexican peace commis
sion at Neubo Laredo jesterday were
most harmonious The commission left
Neubo Laredo Friday for San Antonio
and El Paso, Tex, where the sessions
will be resumed The party Includes Col
Pasqual Orozco. sr. It Is expected that
an arrangement will finally be made for
the adhesion of the Orozco forces to the
new gov ernment The government of the
United States his removed all obstacles
which might have prevented the gather
ing at San Antonio through the fact
that many of the conferrees are under
charges of violating the neutrality laws
of the United btates.
Consul Kirk telegraphed from Manza
nlllo that the former minister of com
munication under the Madero govern
ment. Manuel Bonilla. was arrested on
a train and Imprisoned In that city.
COL. JUDS0N RETIRES.
District Commissioner Given Fare
Col William V. Judson was relieved by
an order of the War Department from
further duty as Engineer Commissioner
of the District jesterday. He formally
turned over his office to Capt, Mark
Brooke, Assistant Engineer Commis
sioner. He left Washington jesterday
afternoon for the home of Mrs Judson,
In Lexington, Kj. He sails for Panama
MaJ. Chester Harding, who has been
ordered here from Panama to succeed
CoL Judson, will arrive In Washington
The departing Engineer Commissioner
was given a farewell reception In the
board room of the Municipal Building
shortly before noon jesterday by the
officials and employes of the District
government. Corporation Counsel E. H.
Thomas was In charge of the -ceremonies
Mr. Thomas lauded the abllltj and ef
fectiveness which CoL Judson has
brought to the administration of his of
fice, and at the conclusion of his ad
dress Gen. Johnston presented a resolu
tion that the remarks of Mr. Thomas
be sent to the War Department, there
to be entered upon Col. Judson's effi
ciency record The resolution was
CoL Judson, thanked his friends brief
ly. He expressed bis admiration of the
men who are working for the welfare
of the District, and assured them that
he left his. duties In Washington with
GOV. O. II. COLQUITT,
Of Texas, whoso action In sending his
State militia to the Mexican borders with
the threat to the Mexican commander
across the Rio Grande that he would die
If an American in the vicinity was
harmed, has Intensified the Mexican sltua
tlon from an American point of view.
Wires to Be Placed Under Ground.
Yacht Club to Hare New
The new sjstem of electric Incandes
cent street llghUng recently Installed
along Nichols Avenue and the approach
to the bridge Is only of a temporary
Several citizens were Informed that as
soon as the fill to the approach to the
bridge had sufficient! settled, the street
lighting wires would he pltced under
ground and additional lights established.
The same work will be done along Nich
ols Avenue, at least as far as Talbert
Street The citizens arc hopeful that
tho authorities will require all of the
companies hnvlng overhead wires along
this avenue to plice them underground
when the underground street railway
8 stem is Installed
The marriage of Dr Joseph J Mundell
of Anainstla to Mifs Annie Swart, of
Fourteenth and h Streets. Washington,
former! of Maple View Avenue, will
take place on the evening of March 25
in St Paul s Roman Catholic Church,
aslilngton Dr Mundell Intends to con
tinue his pnrtlce In Amcostla and they
will make thtlr future home at Nichols
Avenue and Mnple View Place Frienilfl
of Miss Swart have tendered her a num
ber of linen shower
The Suffragette and Her Bible ' will
be the subject of the wrmon to be de
livered this morning bv the Rev. Hubert
Bunjea In the Randle Highlands Baptist
Church on the Najlor Road
Preparations are being made bv the
Washington Yacht Club, which has its
quarters mar the Pennsjlvanla Avenue
Bridge, for lic erection of a new wharf
in the neir future
To-night in the Eist Washington
Heights Baptist Church Rev James W.
Man will admit Into tho church ten
AN ELECTRIC PRINCE OF NIGHT.
Walklnc Advertisement VHrncts
Crowds on the venne.
Crowds on the Avenue last night were
given a "line show. The loadstone of
attraction was a distinguished looking
personage who wore a fur-trimmed ovtt
coat. plug hat and walking cane, and
looked like a Beau Urummel out of a
He dlsplajed an expenIvc silk shirt
front that was saturated with a chemi
cal solution, chieflv camphor, to p-event
Ignition, give strength to the fabric ami
cause transp-vreno .
On the bosom of the shirt a printed
In red letters the electric advertisement,
"D-. Sawjer Cushion Shoe." In his
hip pockets he carried electric batteries
weighing eighteen fiounds. To thee
were attached copper Insulated wi-rs
that nn behind the sign on his chest
and down the sleeve of ni oat Into
the left hand that held the walking
Bj this means he was enabled to con
trol the current that Illuminated the
sign, or turn it off at his pleasjre.
TURKEY GETTING MEEK.
Places Cause In Hands ot Potnrera.
ot So Rxnctlntr.
London. March L Abandoning lis pro
hibitive stipulation, the Ottoman govern
ment has placed Its cause In the matter
of peace with the Balkan allies entire!)
In tfie hands of the European power.
The notice came to London to-da) and
contained the request that pejee becon
cluded as advantageously as possible.
It Is now believed that direct peace ne
gotiations will be resumed speedily, unless
Turkey again changes her mind before
things can be concluded.
All active operations In (he vlcinltj of
Adrianople and Tchatalja have been sus
pended, that country at present being
swept bj a severe bizzard.
HONORED BUNNY BAGGED.
la a null mooae Jnat tkla oaee. Hlat!
w far the natural atatarlest "If la
waleh,Wa!tr D. Hlnek'a aportasaaa aid taxidermist of Portland. tf, aara ne
aet In tae wood ( kw Bruaawlek tkla winter. Hlnea, asserts he ahot the
knit, when It atlfntrtl to a his ehsnnaalen la the lea-. Hlaea added that If
ihe natural', histories ,ittanotHaa;
NO PUBLIC LIFE,
Mr. Taft Tells KmighU f
Columbus He Has Quk
DINNER IS FAREWELL
Remarkable DemoMtratioa Girem the
Chief Execanre by 1,6M ,
Members of Order
What undoubtedly was one of the most
enthusiastic reception ever nccorded a.
President of the United States by any
fraternal organization waa ext'ndrd
President Taft last night at a far-well
reception given by the Knlgtta of Co
lumbus In his honor, held In their hal'.
.Sixth and E Streets Northwest.
The appearance of President Taft in
the hall was the signal for an outburst
of tumultous cheering, which completely
drowned the strains of "America." btlng
played by a band In the oalcony, and
which continued unabated for five min
utes. President Taft was visibly affected
by the demonstration.
For fully five minutes the President
was kept standing amid the cheering,
which could be heard for blocVs nnd,
when at last his voice could be heard,
his simple expression of gratPude, "I
thank jou," was the signal for another
deafening outburst of applause.
President Taft put into his address
much of the strong feeling, and pointed
darts aimed at the agitators of the "Il
logical unrest that grows out of mental
Indigestion" which swept the country last
year, characteristic of his last campaign
speeches and unveiling an unknown side
of the President's character. President
Taft dwelt particularly upon the Consti
tution, and defended his administration
upon these grounds Several times dur
ing his speech the thousand or more
members of the order who filled the hall
to Its unmost capacity rose to their feet
and cheered wildly.
I.rnvra Pnbllp Life Forever.
The President's farewell was character
istic. Ho declared that he was leaving
publlo life forever, and Intended becom
ing a part of the common people and
concern himself with the solution of the
problems of their life. His parting words
were Good-by, good luck, and remem
ber that when I am one of the crowd
I look back upon the honor jou have be
stowed upon me In Inviting me here to
night and will alvvajs cherish its ment
or)." The President talked of the Constitu
tion He dwelt upon the safeguards of
the people's rights, which form Its great
est bulwark, and reiterated the pleas
made by him during the campaign for
in Independent Judiciary. He declared
that the day of miracle Is past, and de
plored the ability of demagogues to sway
tho people's reason and cause them to
lielleve that "the poor could be made
richer In a week and the rich poorer In a
week." 'If believing that It Is better to
do a lltt'e each da) toward helping your
countr) men la reactionary. I am a reac
tionary. I do not crave an election every
morning for breakfast 2 dajs In the
vear. and do not believe It the proper
a) to bring about desired results."
E. L. Tucker, chiirman of the reception
committee, escorted President Taft to the
rotrum. where Frank L Hewitt, acting
grand commander of Potomac Council,
under whose auspices the reception was
given, and Edward P. Harrington. Stato
leput) of the Knights of Columbus of
the District, were waiting to receive him
Members of the Alhambra. the highest
desree of the order, formed the honorary
ecort nnd occupied "cats immediately In
front of the platform
Acting Grand Commander Hewitt, who
extended to President Taft a welcome on
behalf of Potomac Council, was Intro
duced b) E. L. Tucker, chairman of the
reception committee Mr. Hewitt, In
turn, presented StiSe Deputy Harrington,
who spoke In behalf of the entire mem
bership of the order in the District. Mr.
Harrington paid a. glowing tribute to
President Taft. and testified to the re
gard and affection In which the President
was held b) the order-
"As members of an organization." said
Mr Harrington, "now numbering over
300,000 men. fpunded thirty jears ago In
the beautiful and classic cit) of New
Haven, soon destined to be honored as
the scene of our future labors, we aro
here assembled to honor and to welcome
tou we desire to testify our regard,
respect and affection for J ou for the rea
son that during jour term of office jou
have most faithfully and acceptably per
formed the duties of jour exalted sta
tion with equal and even Justice to all of
the citizens of this republic, ne also
w lsh to show our appreciation of the fact
that as a man jou have exemplified In
jour life, all those noble virtues and
qualities of mind and of heart which
have endeared to you to all fair-minded
and right-thinking men of all races and
creeds who love virtue and Justice and
At the conclusion of his address. Pres
ident Taft aFixed his autograph to a
large steel engraving of himself, which
will be framed nnd hung In the hall It
lore the inscription: "For the Knights
of Columbus of Washnlgton. with heart
felt gratitude for their cordial farewell
on March 1. 1911 William H. Taft,"
The cold pen used by President T-vft
In autographing the picture will become
one of the cherished treasures of Poto
mac Council It was engraved: "Pen
la It a nature faker Or la It ometnlnB
tae head of a so-called "mvose-rakait,'
about "mooae.rabhlts,' it, la their fault.
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March 1. Mil"
The committee in charge of the re
tention uera as follous
iDTitaticvi committer mak U. Hewitt chairman;
It. P. Mjot. Wilhim F Loluxntw, I. Mint.
Thomaa 3 Donovan ..
Reorpticil cunmittre-E. U. Turarr, chairman, l
IV. Atigtiinbauzh. John R. Dillon K. J. Smith.
B CcateUo. P L. O Brica. J U Hosu. Dr B.
Vim Howard. M D henaefer W S Bradr. J 1.
Dawson. W G. IVclr. F I Helan. Jawro. B
(lloccr. F A. Doushertr. O 3 Moorw. A V. O Con
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THAW MAKES ANOTHER
ATTEMPT TO GO FREE
Attorney Applies for Writ of Habeas
Corpus, Returnable Early Part
of This Week.
Xet York. March 1 Dr. Charles Ken
ned, phjslclan and'lawjer. to-daj ap
plied to Supreme Court Justice Guy for
a writ of habeas corpus for Harry K.
Thaw. The writ was made returnable
the earl part of this week In the Su
preme Court of rfe York Count.
The writ is directed to Dr. Roy I
Leak, acting superintendent of Mattea
an State Hospital for the Criminal In
sane. It notifies him that Thaw, must
ha brought to the Supreme Court some
daj this week to have the court deter
mine whether or not he Is sane
The petition declares that Thaw Is Im
properl restrained In the Mattcawan
State Aslum as he "has not been com
mitted, and Is not detained by irtue of
an mandate Issued bj a court or Judge
of the United States, nor by Irtue of a
final judfrment of a competent tribunal
of clil or criminal jurisdiction, or the
final power of such a tribunal made in
an special proceeding Instituted for an)
cause, or bv virtue of an execution or
process. Issued upon such a Judgment,
decree, or final order."
The petitioner then states that Thiw
is now sane and not a menace to the
community, and will not be a menace if
released from the asylum.
The petition recites the order of Su.
preme Court Justice Dowllng committing
Thaw to the asjlum until his release Is
ordered by the court.
This is the fourth time that Thaw has
tried to be released from Matteawan upon
a writ of habeas corpus. Each succeed
ing attempt has been unsuccessful. The
people of the State have always obtain
ed the services of former District Attor
ney Jerome, who prosecuted Thaw for
the murder of Stanford White.
While Thaw and his family have spent
more than J1.OCO.000 In the spectacular
battle for his freedom, the many at
tempts which have called for the serv
ices of dozens of attorneys have cost
New York County close to SMO.000.
Thaw killed White June S. 190K. On
February 1. 1S0S, he was found not guilty
of the crime, because he had been Insane
at the time. Justice Dowllng committed
him to the asylum for the criminal In
sane at Matteawan.
Closely related to east. fungi discov
ered In breweries by a Japenese scientist
have been found to dye silk a beautiful
rose color, but to be harmless when used
In the manufacture or Deer.
In regard' to skin diseases, medical au
thorities are now agreed on this..
Don't Imprison the disease germs in
our- skin by the use of greasy salves,
and thus encourage them to multiply.
true cure of all eczema to us diseases
can be brought aboilt onl by using the
healing agents In the fcrm of a liquid.
WASH THE GERMS OITT.
A simple wash: A compound of Oil of
Wlnterereen. Thymol, and other lnare-
Ulenta. as .combined 'In the ,D. D: p. Pre
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INTRODUCTORY Wr T mull
advertise and quickly introduce this greatest of
all inventions for the deaf, we are going to sell the first
lot of these new Four Tone Instruments direct from ur Isliina
terrteuxrs. ThisofferapptiestoonlrausutMnumhwr. Writ
tauar. Send the coupon below and you can tare more than one
bait the retail price. A few dollars, payabU en my farm af
attrmd, assure von complete reuez ironi roaramiciign. n
will name the special introductory price onlr Ja direct per
sonal letters. So write today. Do it now and you nan am
bach the waohuakr's and retailer's profit.
For Ten Days.
Every Mears Ear
Phone Is sold onlr on fret
trial. Let us send you
one. Test this wonderful Instrument on year own ears, under
any conditionsof serrice for ten dsjriat our expense, liothiaa;
to pay for the trial. The Mears Ear Phone most lira absolute
satisfaction or we iaast on Ukiaa k back.
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D. Ba. i
Mears Ear Phone Co.
SattwSen 4SW. 34tfe Street
Haw York, N.Y.
Gentlemen: Please mall me free and
noatiaud. vour Mean Ear rhone Booklet
MARSHALL HAKES CALL
ON PRESIDENT TAFI
Two Detectives Who Were Guarding
Next Vice President Are
STRONG FOR HIGH HATS
Vice President-elect Thomas It. Mar
shall Jesterday paid his respects to
President Taft. calling at the White
House for a short visit during the aft
ernoon. As the Indiana Governor ex
pressed it. he "changed a est and put
on a high hat ' to make the calL So
far as he is concerned the high hat Is
going to be the approved head covering
for statesmen during the next four years.
"A Democrat Is not to be Judged by
what he wears." said the Governor, "but
bv what he does A man can be a JJem
ocrat under a high hat as easllj as un
der a soft hat. Personall. I have al
was had a weakness for high hats."
When Gov. Marshall reached the White
House he was shown into President
Taft's ttudy at once. From the room
there Issued sounds of laughter. Indi
cating that the meeting had been de
cidedly enjojable for the retiring Ex
ecutive and the Incoming President of
Except for his vllt to the Whlta
House yeMerrta, Vloe President-elect
Marshall took no part In tjie social
activities. During the first half hour
of tho morning he declined two din
ner invitations, one request to attend
a reception, and Innumerable "little
affairs," ranging from visits to near
by bars to afternoon teas. The Gov
ernor Is a devout Presbyterian, and
does not drink Intoxicants
Gov. Marshall will make It a point
not to attend the church selected by
President-elect Wilson as his place of
"I will wait." said he. "until he
picks out the church he wishes to at
tend Then I will go elsewhere. I
don t want the Impression to prevail
hat we are trying to boost one par
Fifteen minutes after two detectives
had "guarded" him yesterday the Gov
ernor fired them both. He explained
that they made him nervous.
"I felt like I was under arrest," he
complained. "Nobody Is going to shoot
Parcel Poat Fraud Found.
New York. March 1 Frauds in the use
of parcel post stamps are being revealed
here. Although the denominations of the
new stamps range from 1 cent to H.
they are all printed In the same color,
red, and are of similar design.
In the dollar stamp the word "dollar"
takes the place of "cent." It has been,
found. It Is said, that In a number of In
stances the word "dollar" has been cut
out of an old stamp and pasted over the
word "cent" on the 1 cent stamp.
scrlptlon. Tills penetrates to the disease
germs and destroys them, then soothes
and heals the skin as nothing- else has
A SO-cent bottle will start the cure. and.
give you Instant relief.
We have made fast friends of mora
than one family by recommending thla
D, D. D Prescription to a skin sufferer
here and there, and we want you to try
it now on our positive Pay guarantee.)'
D. D. D. Soap Keeps the pores clean:)
ask us. O'Donnell a Drug Stores, 9th antU
r.sts. nw.ana M ana fa. auuvae.
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