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1 J. KAUF MAN
TO HIS GREAT -
Making the Selection Stronger
Than Ever, as if the Sale
Had Just Begun
t What a phenomenal sale this has been! The
selling has been tremendous eclipsing all rec-
" ords of the Man's .Store.
The selection in this sale is a perfect one
jou'H find most any style,- size, or fabric you
want the garments we've "added represent the v
very cream of the season's best styles and fab
rics fine M. S. .M. Clothing the standard of
Today and Saturday Will Be Two of the .
Biggest Days of the Sale
Now is the time to buy. XJet in while the
"picking" is good.
20 Overcoats and Suits, $10.00
$25 Overcoats and Suits, $12.50
30 Overcoats and Suits, $15.00
$35 Overcoats and Suits, $17.50
$40 Overcoats .... $20.00
$45 Overcoats .... $22.50
Money's Worth or Money Back
D, J. KAUFMAN
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Wash B. Williams,
2016 14th SL North 1294
ATLANTIC ITY, X. J.
Vlrxiala Avenue, Near Beach.
Open Feb. 11. aner extensiro alterations and re
fairs, inelndinc rnmrtnr hot and cold water is every
room, steam beat and electric bants, hew mmrjT.t
and readisa roncn. Rooms en suite vita trirata
rath. MONROE HCTCHINS. Prop.
REUOBOTU BEACH. DEL.
KEHOBOTH BEACH. DELAWARE.
iv-west occean resort to Wsahlnrton.
Open ALL year. - Write for leaflet
XQIF0LK All WJ.SMIRITIR
Modern Steamers '
SORTOLAND AND SOOTHXAJTD
Dally : p. m for OLD POINT. NOR
FOLK, and all points SOUTH. City
uicjtet vmco. in into ax. rt w.
Cars from Uth 8t aad New Ices Am sad Tthst.
srerj 22 tshmtca, ccctsect wnb KeaslsstoD lias at
Chars Cbas Lska
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
1Q ELEVECTU 8T WE LINQ ta.
Herald Want Ads
. Always Brkf Resaks
U. 8. Ocrt. at AtTicaltarr, Westter Barms.
tVaiUnxton. V. C. Thursday. Fab. U-J p. aw
FORECAST FOR FRIDAY AND
For the District of Colombia and
Virginia Umt Friday and mot aw
cold. Saturday probably falrj moder
ate northeast, shifting; to surataeaat
A great area of hifh pressure orer the Upper
Lake region in connection with the derelopmest of s
barometric mmfrnnm orer Western Texas has caused
widespread rain In tbe Lower Mississippi Valley and
Texas and snow ia th Lower Missouri Valley, the
Middle Mississippi Valley, and the Lover Ohio al
ley. Unnsoally low temperatures hare been experienced
In Nw Y!n-1afMt ind Nicw Vnrit- tn fli fin 1111 thi-
lowest temperature, stnos the beclnntos of the j
neatoer Bureau obterrationa, were recorded at a
Diusocr ot puce, uio mnpnuun i-n'rg 10 s of
(u below ten at ratoefcet.
The depKsaun bow oratn.1 orer Kirtern Texts
win .vdTanca into the Ohio YoJler Fkidaj ud to
New ELtxlud Saturday, it wilt be attended br
tacm in the Ohio Valley, the aiiddle AtUntlc States
end New England, and rain In tbe Golf and South
Lower Vinperatnres win orencread the Lower
Ohio Valley Friday end the South Atlantic and
Ea-t Golf States Satnrdaj. Elsewhere the tempera
ture win moderate acmewhat, especially in the ex
treme Northwest, where temperatures hare already
began to rise.
Mx. night, S;2a. m.. 19; 4 a. nw 15; S a. m.. &;
8 a, m,, 11; 10 a. m., 13; 13 noon, 14; S p. rtu, 17; 4
p. m.. 18. p. ul, 17; 8 p. m., 18; 10 p, m., 14.
Highest, r. lowest. 1L
Itelatirc humidity 8 a m.. 37; 2 p. m., 27; 8
p. m.. II. Rainfall (8 p. m, to 8 p. m.). 0 Hours
of nmrhine. UXC; per cent of possible aanshlne, 100.
Tcmperatnre same date last year Highest, 43; low
Temperatires In Other Cities
Temperatures In other dtles. together with tb
amoont cf rainfall for the twenty-tour bores ended
at 8 p. m. jesterday, are as follows.
Uar. llln. lara. all.
Asherille, . C...
AtUntlc Cltr, V. J
Bismarck, -V. Dak...
Boffalov . T.. .
Cberenne, W ro. ..
Darenport. Iowa ..
Des Moines, Iowa...
Helena. Moot.. ......
Kansas Cltr. Vo...
Uttle Rock. vrt.......
Los Amrdes, CaI...HM
Memphis. Ttan. -.
ew Orleans La........
Kew Tork. N. T.
Itorth tTstte. Kebr.....
Omaha. ebr... ........
Portland. Jle.. ..... ...
Portlud. Ores ........
Bait Lake Cltr. CUh.
St. Loots. Mo ..-....
1 St. rani, Minn ..
Han Francisco. fal...
William nraadenberser. 24. and Sadie dlaritch.
n. both of Baltimore, Md. Ber. A. Simon.
Charles H. Uakiss, 44. and ABce C Bitter. 4a
Ber. Fan A. Mrnzel.
Himj B. Schiller, a. and Blanche V. Hiaaoo.
18. both of Laadorer. Md. Ber. J. E. Brlns.
1. H. Miers, 41. and Martha E. Cbenr. S.
1. B. Lishtfoot, a. aad Martha Woodhoose 30.
A. Meek and Annie M. rattenon. a.
An automobile carrying all the id.
paratus necessary for thawing froxen
water pipes by electricity Is In use in
-'fc. .. " -l'-Ary.,
stMwmaooa or nwk ufwr
f die rPottMtter GwSWnl-
ftOPfORTID . IT UNTttMYER
Tha Banata Committee oaBanklnr and
Currency yaattwr-aTo-meriided Its hear
ing on toe Owen Dtu, prov-aing ior saw
rcsmiaiiBB of node exchanges through
th medium of thePot-nster- Oeneral'
upervtalon of the malla. 'John Q. MH
burn. counsel for' the NeF Tbrlc Stock
Exchance, coaapleted hla summlnc up of
the objection! to the bill, and Samuel
Untarmyer. ,ji!oc framed the- jneaiur f or
the Pnjo committee, and 'later succeeded
In ettlnr Senator Owen to Introduce It,
nMjt In vnnfwire ef the hHL After Mr.
Untermyer bad eonclud'ed, VepresenU
tires of the Boston tnamoer 01 om
mrnwt and the Boston Stock Exchange
were heard In. opposition to incorporation
of exebanse ud upon the general terms
of the bllL
Mr. MHburn's poalUon. .witn retara to
projected IetUUtlon tendlnc to recuUte
stock axebanevs. Is that Instead of regu
lation through an Inhibition upon the cir
culation of quotations of ties stock ex
changes through the malls, with the
Fostmaster General the sole Judge of
what shall or -shall not P. i attack
ing alleged evils In the wrong way. He
said that the stock exchange would feel
that none of Its constitutional, rights
were Invaded If the transmission through
the malls of fraudulent quotations were
made a misdemeanor or a felony and the
Individual or group of men" promoting the
oiiviiimtion nfaueh Quotation penalised.
Mr. Untermyera argument was a vir
tual review of his previous statement to
h. mmmitte. In advance of the presen
tation by the stock exchange members
and others or tne oojections tu mo iu.
J. Randolnh Coolidge, Jr.. president of
h. Ttnutnn Chamber of Commerce, ln-
imdnivd Jamea F. Jackson, of that body,
who reccntlv- headed the committee of
six delegated by the cnamoer to maxe
a study of the Owen bill In Its relations
to the Boston Stock Exchange. Mr.
Jackson gave the committee a detailed
statement of the Investigations by his
committee opposing the bill In Its present
George It. Rich president of the Boston
Stock Exchange, told the committee ot
the flint In Massachusetts against bucket
shops and explained that manipulation as
such was not countenanced by the Boston
Stock Exchange, and that he thought
under modem conditions manipulative
methods were seldom resorted to. He was
convinced that washed sales and matched
orders, in Boston at least, were a thing
of the past.
GIVE AID TO 46 WOMEN.
Central Committee's Plan 'for "Red
Light" Dcnlscna Saecessfal.
Forty-six of the women who lived In
the former "red light" district of Wash
ington have taken advantage of the offer
cf the central citizens' committee named
by the Commissioners, according to Rev.
Dr. Wilbur V. Mallalleu. chairman of the
executive committee, jesterday.
A meeting of that body is to be held
this afternoon In the office of the Dis
trict health officer, when reports from
the different subcommittees will be made.
It Is said that several of the women who
have accepted the help of the committee
have already- found work In offices and
MI1ITAHTS BUBN A LIBRARY.
Also Try to Blorr L'p Maaaloa of
Late Arthwr Chamberlain.
Birmingham. England. Feb. 11 A
Carnegie library at Northfleld. a suburb,
was destroyed today by a fire set by
suffragettes. This is the first tlmo a
Carnegie library has been attacked by
the militants, al'hough they have offered
shining targets for suffragette anger.
The women also tried to blow up with
oynamlte Moor Green Hall, the mansion
ot the late Arthur Chamberfaln, brother
of Joseph Chamberlain. Fuses connected
with a quantity of high explosive was
found upon the lann. Scattered nearby
were a number of sheets of paper covered
with handwriting. These warned the
government that suffrage must be con
sidered at this session of Parliament.
GUNMEN HOLD DP DINERS.
Three Arrested After Slabbing- Mam
Who Resisted Others Escape.
Brcdal to Tha ashinttua UcrsU.
New Tork. Feb. Ir. Six gunmen early
toda held up five men and a woman In
a Broome street cafe, near the Bowery,
relieving their lctlms ot JZS00 In monej,
rings, and Jewels. Antonio Celentano.
who resisted the gangsters, was stabbed
In the hip and side. Ills condition Is
Following the hold-up, the men ran to
the street, where three of them were ar
rested. A core of detectives are search
ing the city for the other three men.
"NO JAG" CLUB FOE HARVARD.
Undergraduates Form a, "Water
Cambridge. Mass., Feb. li Harvard is
to form a "watertragon" club. Tho ex
ponents of the "no-Jag" club got together
this evening In the Union and listened to
an address by Nell D. Cramer, secretary
of the Intercollegiate Presbyterian Asso
ciation, after which a local branch was
' Bannah S. Van Sjckel. IT years, UBS Bdmoat
Diana Chacooas, 31. Georretown Usieersity Hospt.
fiarautl E. Galler. 3. Gott. Horralal for Insane.
Philip H. Nrakn. C. rrorldence Hospital.
Martha L. MnUrn. t, B0 C St. sw.
CsdwalUder K. Hill. SO. Gort. Hoariul for Insane.
Irene Baslm, TJ. Ueorsetows Cnlraaitr UospiuL
Theresa W. Jackson. 9. 1424 tla. are. nw.
William F. VUIama, U dars, aOiLst
A student board of health has been
organized In Columbia University to Im
prove eating houses and restaurants near
ZcoksrJcal Park. Cherr Chase, the Csmny dobs,
and Kaainxton. Cam bom Fifteenth sc and N. X
are. rrerj 8 minutes, also trom Ttb at. polats
erery 12 nuntes.
- After p.' m tram Trtssurj ear erary a mis
sies. Comsct with Kentintwo lis. at Caarf
Zoolopcal Park. Cherr Chase, the Conatrj Crah.
and Kensiatton. Cars trom fifteenth and Me
York atcsoe every qnarter hecr-
rtcrfotk snd Wastunzton, Steamboat Companr
steamers, trom foot of gerrnth street, for Old Point
Cemlort and Norfolk. dafl7. at O p. a..
To Great Falls Washington aad Old Domhuas
ItaQroad cars crerr tew misntes from Thirtr-stith,
aad SI stnrta
To Ucsnt VerBon Waihmrton-Vhxisia rUllws
Conuau cars ever? hoor on the boor from If a. m.
tn rs. m 1st est;. Station. Twelfth street sad
rraasr ifania ateana
Violet. RaHsea, Sweet Peas, and Orehlda.
ShatTern New Store. 90014th at- Adv.
The Beat Oysters and the Best Flaee
At M0SSBCB0-8 BESTADBAMT.
)4a4 Pa. ate. nw, ermeslta tat WlHard.
A imm3rf? !2S
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NEWSSETIONIU coniwtsare fixraUbed lyrSalTge oorps ojexperidictiwi3cr
- writers, augniertedby tWrvioes of twobig press (associations and articles onijiadmgiiifta ot
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SPQRTINp SECTION All sfdrts are-fully-covered by well-known sporting wrkers' with
special features-'pn eotMstgandpaat erents. Clark Griffith's '-Talks with Fans" are attracting' mi-
...usual attention. Tl " r
SOCIETY SECTION Miss Natalie Sumner Lincolntells -of the doings of tbesodal set
and Miss-Margaret-Wade what they wear. Mr. A. C Wilkins gives all the views of tht secret
and fraternal organizations, A well-known lover of music looks after that department Mrs. Julia
Chandler Manx's pages that are devoted to amusements are classics and a guide, to .every theater
goer. The James S. Metcalfe Hew York theatrical letter gives all the stage news of the metrop
olis. The Herald's "Page for Every Woman," the automobile "departrrent, -well 'looked after, bv
L. C Chew; the cartoons of Mam, and other illustrations add to the value of the paper!
"THE MAGAZINE SECTION One glance at the following contributors to this unrivaled
section will convince you of its superiority. '
A APOLEON. .,..'. y Jame. Mwraraa
ROOSEVELT. .--. -By Hlsaself
SEEING LIFE WITH JOHN HENRY
y Gwwrge V. H.barrt
THE COURTSHIP OF THE BOSS. ...Br Aaae Ollagaa
PNCLE iBHDOP f....By Ellis Parker Batler
JUDITH LEE By Richard Marsh
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respective fields. . - .
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THE SUNDAY HERALD
DEFIED SENATE, IT IS SAID.
Railroad OfHclal Refwsesl Allow
Iavspeetloa of Records.
Senator Williams yesterday made pub
lic In the Senate a memorandum from
Chairman E. E. Clark, of the Interstate
Commerce Commission, showing that
W'lpte L. Mapother, vice president of the
Louisville and Nashville Railroad, has
defled the Senate by refusing to permit
agents of the commission to Inspect rec
ords and memoranda of the railroad.
The commission's examiner reported
that Mr. Mapother refused to permit an
Inspection of the flies showing passes
Issued. A part of the records were se
creted and destroyed. It Is stated. Chair
man Clark also reported that Mr. Map-
other denounced the examiners as "spies"
and stated they would have to "lick"
Mm before they could get the records.
A resolution Introduced by Senator Lea
for the appointment of a special Sena
torial committee wlU be reported shortly.
Senator Williams beUevos, so that this
ccmmlttee msy compel the railroad to do
wlat Its lce president has refused to
CONGRESS PAYS HONOR
TO ABRAHAM LINCOLN
Gettysburg Address Read in Senate
for First Time and Also De
livered in House. N
FIRE DESTROYS $250 "ROLL."
Man Unable- to Save Tronsers
Where Bltta Were Tacked.
Fire that attacked the stables and
buildings at the Benning track yesteiday
morning destroyed about JJ50 In property.
KM of which was represented In a roll
of bills tucked in a pair of trousers be
longing to Robert D. Carter, a horse
The flames were Olscoverea in one m
the stables about ? o'clock by Carter. He
hastily removed three horses quartered
In the stable and llitn remembered the
"roll" In an extra pair of trousers that
hijng In the stable. The money was the
proceeds of a recent horse "trade." He
rushed to the building, but was beaten
back by the flames nd badly burned on
The Senate adjourned early yesterday
on motion of Senator Overma. of North
Carolina, and as a mark of respect to
the memory of Abraham Lincoln. For
the first time In its history the Senate.
as a special mark of respect for the fact
that it was Lincoln's birthday, listened
to the reading by Senator Bradley, of
Kentucky, of Lincoln's Gettysburg ad
dress. Senator Kenyon. of Iowa, halted the
proceedings of the Senate shortly after
J o'clock and called attention to the
fact that it was the anniversary of Lin
coln's birth, and moved that Senator
William O. Bradley, of Kentucky, be In
vited to read the Gettysburg address.
Senator William Hughes, of New Jer
sey, was presiding at the time. In the
absence of the Vice President, Standing
at his desk. Senator Bradley read the
memorable address of Lincoln and at
the conclusion Senator C erman made his
motion for adjournment.
The routine business of the House was
suspended for more than an hour while
tribute was paid to the memory of Abra
Representative Russell, of Missouri,
read Lincoln's Gettysburg address, and
Representative Fess. of Ohio, Interrupted
constantly by applause, eulogised the
martyred President. Representative
Golden, of New Tork. paid a flve-mlnuU
tribute to Lincoln, asserting that he
(Golden) was the only man In the House
today who was at Gettysburg and beard
Lincoln deliver his famous address more
than flfty years ago.
.n.Tmtr IlinmiRM ITIUCPTTII
UiAVXaaj nnnwia nimnr.nr.
Montsroraerr Conntj Consnaltteemam
Snrreadera to Authorities.
B. Ashby LoaveiU Democratic commit
teeman of Montgomery County, for whose
arrest a warrant was Issued at Annapolis
and forwarded to Sheriff Peyton Whalen
yesterday morning, went to the Mary
land capital with a party of friends and
voluntarily surrendered to the State's at
torney. After giving bond, Mr. Leavell
returned to Washington.
The warrant was Issued at the Instance
or Harry N. Martin as the result of an
encounter at Annapolis last week be
tween Martin and Leavell, in" which Os
good H. Dowel!, a nonpartlcipant, was
PRINCES TO TOUR CANADA.
Dominion Under Secretary Laying;
Out Ronte for Trip.
Ottawa, Ontario. Feb. li A London
cable to the Montreal Star sajs:
"It Is understood that Sir John An
derson, permanent under, secretary of
states for the colonies, has been directed
by the King to draft a proposed route
for the Prince of Wales' tour of the
empire, which Is expected to take place
In the autumn of 1915.
. "The Prince will probably be accom
panied by his sailor brother. Prince Albert."
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X. QUAD'S NONSENSE..
I.ATKIT FASHIONS... N.
GOV TENER. mt PtsasT!vanta..By James B. Morrsrw
EMBROIDERY......... r.....By May Maatoa
THE HOKE v.. ......... ...By Marlsv nml.ad
NEW FATHER BROWN" TALES - - ""
By Gilbert K. CaeXertwsi
The American Federatloa.rratrt.tle
Societies will meet tomorrow night in
The East tVaaalasrtn Cltlsema
elation will discuss "Taxation In the'DIs.
trict" at a meeting on the night of Feb
ruary It at Cast Washington Hall.
Mrs. Clara Bewick Colby- will repeat.
by request, her lecture on "Bergson's
Philosophy" at the W. C T. U. Hall.
S:: Sixth streettnorthwest, this even
ing. Henry Moakowlta will address tbe
District section of the woman's depart
ment of the National Civic Federation at
a meeting at Rausehcr's Tuesday morn
ing at II o'clock.
B. Blogett. A. Tenor. Ttlillasa Lclab.
ler, William Holts. Arthur Pierce, and
Miss Hodges will be among those to ap
pear at the entertainment to be given at
Pythian Temple tonight under auspices
of the Grace Parish.
Howard Clark, chief probation onleer
at the Juvenile Court, holds that school
children of this day are less prone to
"hookey" than they used to be and the
truant officers are said to be having an
easier time than of sore.
Mods Prag, arrested tedneadny
night on the charge of having cashed
a bad check in an Atlantic City. N. J..
hotel, will be taken to that city today
by Detective John A. Barnshaw, who
came to. Washington yesterday.
Dr. IlsUbert Isaac, head of the de
partment of food Inspection cf the Dis
trict, will lecture on "Safeguarding a
City's Food Supply" at the Y. M. a A.
tonight. The lecture will be the flfth In
the community's health series.
The American Racing Plajewn Union.
of 1S38 East Capitol street, has offered
a reward of 110 for the arrest and con
viction of the person, who, on the night
cf January Z, stoic a number of pigeons
from the lofts of F. P. Leach and Charles
One hundred Washington dairymen's
cases nre pending for trial February
St in Police Court on the charge of
adulterating milk. The Police Court
was given Jurisdiction In these cases
by a recent decision of the Supreme
President Archibald It. Grlmke, of
the Washington branch of the Na
tional Association for the Advance
ment of Colored People, yesterday an
nounced a mass meeting will be held
at the Nineteenth Street Baptist
Church on next Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Charles Rlehardaon wilt .peak
on "The History of Washington CItj-,"
and Mrs. Henry F. Dlmock on "Tho
Plan and Progress of the Washington
Memorial" at the annual Washington
Birthday meeting of the District Feder
ation or Clubs at the Public Librar).
Raymond Ball, 1819 Xerth Capitol
street: James Magruder, 491 I street
southwest, and Lawrence Merchant. 1117
Fifth street northwest, boys under twen
ty years, were arrested yesterday
charged wlthJireaklng Into the showcases
of several stores. The police say the
boys admit the charge.
Frank Thompson Dodsr. died at the
age of seventy-three In Portland. Oreg..
February 8. according to word that
reached Washington jesterday. Mr.
Dodge was born In Georgetown and re
ceived his education In the District
schools. At the age of twenty-one he
settled on the Pacific Coast.
Frederic v. Murphy lectured
"Early Renaissance Architecture" In
jtcjiano,, jrall of the Catholic Unlver-
sity yesterday afternoon. This wss one
jor a series ot puDiic lectures pianncu
for the winter course. The next will
be "The Philosophy of Henri Bergson."
by Rev. Charles A. Dubray, Febru
vGllhertM. Elseman, president of the
Engineer Department Banquet Asso
ciation, has completed arrangements
for the twelfth annual dinner to be
held Saturday evening, February SI. at
the Grand HoteL Covers will be laid
for 100. A line musical program has
been prepared. Including popular select
tlcns by a local band.
Mrs, Jamea E. Padgett died yester
day morning In a sanitarium at Werners-vUle.-Pa.
She was a IlfeKng resident
of Washington. Death was caued by
heart trouble. Burial will be at Frederick.
Md.. Sunday. She Is survived by her
husband. James E. Padgett, two sons.
Edward R, Padgett, ot this city, and
Harry H. Padgett, and a daughter.
Hclenita Padgett, both of Chicago. III.
Dr. William .Kelly, of the surgical
staff of Casualty Hospital, entertained
a few of his friends last night at a
"'bus" party at his river cottage, near
Glen Echo. Some of "those present
were Dr. H. W. Moffctt. William F. An.
Uarrr Fleishman. Raymond Flsish-
u '. as V
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x that isiTtick.
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.....By FsuaaUa'a Le.de rs
man. Dr. Fay X. .Fields, Phil 8Imms.
F. W. Regan. William 'Elslnger, and
A. T. Denver. Th. party, went out. on
a truck of the Elslnger Lumber Com
pany. Isaac Miller, Bh Lowisisaa venae
northwest, reported to the police yes
terday that on February . the stable
in the rear of 30f H street northwest,
was entered and a saddle worth 118
ORPHAN ASTEUX REMITS.
Annnal Statement Shows Iastltatloa
to Be Kloarlahlatt.
"And whoso shall receive one such
little child in my nam. recelv.th. me.'
Th. above quotation heads the 103d
annual report of 'the managers of th.
Washington City Orphan Asylum.
Fourteenth and S streets, northwest.
made public yesterday, showing that
of th. IC children 'cared for in th.
past year not one was lost, through
This statement Is followed by a Mr
port of the asylum physician. Dr. E. L.
Mason, who says: "We- had .a tew
cases of measles with no complications.
and one case of typhoid, which recov
ered. The general health of the chil
dren baa been very good and they are
very well now.
Thlrty-flve children were received
during the year, two were Indentured,
one was adopted, and eighteen were
taken to homes by relatives. Expendi
tures during the year amounted to 115.
159. The cost of caring for each child
for the year was less than SIS.
SEARCH FOR RILL THIEF.
Postal Clerks 'Now Get jBaay am
Theft at Engraving; BaTcasu
The search for the person who stole
bills representing KOOO.from the Bureau
of Engraving and Printing nas been
taVen up by the postal inspectors. An
arrest Is expecud soon.
It has been discovered that the schemo
to abstract the notes from the bureau
was developed partly through the malL
A number of the employes of the bureau
has been placed "on the carpet" and
questioned, but in each case suspicion
has prov ed groundless-
ANNAPOIIS WOULD "GET EVEN."
Will Ask Congress for 10,000 for
A rather novel request on the Federal
government is made in a bill to be in
troduced In the House today by Repre
sentative Smith, of Maryland, The Com
mon Council of Annapolis will ask the
government to make an appropriation of
310,000 as a contribution to the support of
that municipality. The ground upon
which this request is made, is that the
government, by extending the U. S. Naval
Academy grounds In Annapolis, has
diminished the taxable area In that city,
thus reducing the city's revenues about
110.000 a ear.
BENEFIT PROGRAM PLANNED.
American Theater Comes to Aid of
Friendship House bos and girls who
are trjing to raise money to equip a
xvmnaslum for East Washington, whence
most of the members of Friendship House
social and athletic clubs axe drawn, an
nounced Jubilantly last night that they
had secured a new and potent ally In
The manager ot the new American
Theater at Eleventh street and Pennsyl
vania avenue northwest is the ally. He
has promised "Wednesday, February IS.
as "Friendship House Benefit Day." and
Is arranging a top notch .program of vau
deville as clean aa Friendship House it
self. The Council of Clubs of Friendship
House announced last night that they
would accept their new ally on those
Chemical Society Hears Talks,
The Chemical Society of Washington
held its :3th meeting in the Cosmos Club
last night, A brief session, of the execu
live comrnmee -a lonoweq ox ncicnuuc
talks by F. P. Dewey, -of the Bureau of
the Mint: F. K. Cameron, ot the Bureau
of Soil, and P. H. Walker, of: the. Bureau
rietro and Paslino Prtrone. tit.
Antimo and Itoaa Di Frsncesuo. siL
Glolacchiao and Bareria Blaat. bar.
John II. and Emur J. Darn. bar.
Peter M. and Uric M. Andrraon. llrL
Robert U and Blanche Moses, dot.
Claude U. and Elizabeth Brown, hor.
Hcnrj E-' and Marr Stanffrr. tor.
Jesse J. and Lou E. Durrcr, tirL
::UI W. and Emma Srrinjer. hor.
tncenx and Anna Keller. sirL
Maiimll-laa B. and Lottie tlran. .hor.
Rodolrli C and Irene B.roprcr, zlL
liany O. aad Urace KlmmeD, hU
Jamea and Louise Robinsoo. hor.
Jamea and Aznes Darla. box.
Arthur and OUria Worthwrtoo, fill. .
Benjamin and Helen Loneaome. box.
ldward and Ella aeikuuvbnr.
CUniW and Rose U, Resnrr. hor.
Jamea H. and Gertrude Brooks, bor.
Charles P. aad Annie Blaker. boy:
Geoen H. and Xliabeth Fraaisr, Vsj. ,
William and Marr Jenkins, so.
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Douglas, 'Arts., Feb. UL-Maxtao Caw
tlllo,. the bandit. who' is charged with
having causedTth. wreck of lbs passu. '
gar' train In th. Cumbre taaael UK
Wednesday, In which more, than forty .
Uvea wer. lost., has been located with
Dfty followers on the continental djvld.
In tbe Sierra, Madic r3a?e, about twenty
mile, east ot Doug'as. .
A stroll- forcj vt coprUtntlonaiista is
ltrri Agua rr.t'A t3uigbt t surround
asd capture th. oasU- if p slble.
Mexico City. 'Feb. li-A dispatch from
San VaiM Potest says the pisaenger trait,
which left San Luis 'this morning for
Tampieowas dynamited at Las Canoas
ana mu su-osuu kuicu. a wo passenger
trains between San .Luis and Cardeuas
have not been heard from, and It Is feared
they, too, have been dynamited.
Vara-"Crux, Feb. 12. The supply of
fuel oil now on band for th. us. ot
the Mexican- and -Isthmian railroads.
and -for 'commercial .purposes Is said
to b. adequate for only about thro
The Mexican lieutenant and sergeant
who killed- a former United States ne
gro soldier some time ago wer. found
guilty and shot this morning at Tara
plco. El Paso. Tex. Feb. 1. "An attach
upon Juarex by federal soldiers waa
prevented early today by the vigilance
of "United States troops, who seized 404
horses with -equipment and other sup
plies, near Tslets. twelve miles east ot
here, where they had been placed there
for use of th. attacking force.
Four hundred United States cavalry
men went to .Tsleta.. on the north sldo
of the Rio Grande, while several hun
dred constitutionalist soldiers from tho
Juarez garrison were rushed to stragetio
points outside of Juarez when Gen. A. E.
Bonavldes learned of the proposed at
tack. Six federals were arrested oa the
American side of the Rio Grande.
Cumbre. Chihuahua. Feb. li The res
cue parties have been compelled to give
up the exploration of the Cumbre tunnel
because of the intense heat and Jeft for
EI Paso tonight to await the burning out
of the big bore and the cooling of the
embers before resuming operations.
They penetrated WOO feet from th.
south-portal today, passing over a high
cave-In. but found no more bodies or
traces of bodies.
EXECUTION OF CASTILLO
IS NOT CONFIRMED HERE
No confirmation of reports that Castillo,
the Mexican bandit, has been captured
and executed by soldiers under command
of Gen. Villa' has been received at either
the State or War Departments.
In many quarters here the reports of
tbe capture, of Castillo and six of his
men are not credited. There la a sus
picion that the reports of this alleged
event were put forth from the constitu
tionalist headquarters on the border for
the purpose of convincing the Wilson
administration and the general public in
the United States of Villa's eminent fit
ness for governmental power and his
desire to obey every wish of the United
States. He has been asked by Secretary
Bryan to do his utmost to capture and
to punish tho. responsible for the killing
of fourteen Americans In the Cumbra
tunnel disaster, and the blame for thla
was put upon Castillo snd his followers.
Secretary- -ef State Bryan said yester
day that Charge 08haus-hnossy had n.
Instructions from Washington to protest
to th. Hqerta. government against ar
ticles published lq El Impartial, a Mexico
City newspaper, referring to President
Wilson aa a "horse-toothed functioaary"
and otherwise seeking to stir up senti
ment against him.
WHITE STAR APPEALS TOXOIDS.
Decision on Taae LtahilH-r Taken
"to Highest Trlhamal 1st England.
London. Feb. li The International
Mercantile Marine Company has ap
pealed to the House of Lords against
the decision by the Court of Appeals
dismissing the Ocean Steam Navigation
Company's appeal from the decision of
the King's Bench declaring Illegal the
conditions printed on the steamship tick
ets exempting the company from liability
for loss by a passeriger. This is the
highest court tn England and its
decision in the matter will be final.
According to those in close touch with
the company's affairs, the decision ot
the English court, recently rendered, can
and will have no effect on the. financial
position of the company. The court
simply decided that certain clauses In
the passage ticket are Invalid and there
by affirms the decision of tbe lower court
giving Judgment for S5C0 each to the
relatives of four third-class passengers
n ho lost their lives In the wreckr of the
DISTRESSED SHIP WASN'T THKHB
Life-saver Fall to rind St
Which Called for Aid.
Chatham, Mass.. Feb. li Reports that
a steamship waa ashore on Peaked Hills
Bars In a dense fog wtre denied by llfe
sayers of the Peaked Hill Bars station
this afternoon after they went offshore
In their lifeboats and scoured the seas
for a mile around.
All during the forenoon a steamer waa
offshore blowing four blasts, a signal for
help. At times the steamer seemed so
near shore that It seemed certain to the
life-savers, who could see but 100. yard.
In the dense fog. that the steamer had
grounded on the bar.
At 1 o'clock the life-savers of tha
Peaked Hill Bars station reported the
steamer ashore and set off In their life
boat. Two other crews came to .the
Peakd Hills Bars station to give aid.
Then the Peaked Hills Bars crew came
ashore and reported that If th. vessel
had grounded It had been able to get' off
the bar Itself, as no steamer could be
found on the shoals.
INDIANA REPUBLICANS MEET.
Rally Held.Uader Auspices at Stat
Indianapolis. Ind.. Feb. li Republicans
of Indiana celebrated the anniversary of
the birth of Abraham Lincoln today with
a rally this afternoon and a dinner to
night Augustus E- Wlllson. former gov
ernor ot Kentucky, was the principal
speaker at the rally, under the auspices
of the Indiana Lincoln League.
Tha dinner, at which Representative
William E. Humphrey, of th. Stat, of
Washington, gave the principal toast,
was arranged by the Indiana Republican
Editorial Association, which held Its mid
winter meeting today.
Col. Barnett to Head Marines. '
Col. George Barnett yesterday was
ordered to 'assume his duties as com
mandant of the United States Marina
Corps on February It, by Secretary af
the Navy Daniels.