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SECTION TWO-PAGE i?. WASHINGTON. D. C.. SATURDAY. AUGUST 13. 1921. PAGE 0-SECTION TWO.
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SALT WATER FISHING WILL OFFER ANGLERS BEST SPORT FOR NEXT TEN DAYS
UTTLE JUST NOW,
BUT ARE CLEARING
1 Black Bass May Be
Biting in Short
They Can Be Caught in the
Shallow Places This
By UCK PKKD.
Salt water fishing should be at Its
beat for the next ten days. The full
moon of August has long been noted
for salt water trout fishing when
there are no storms to interfere with
the sport. Night time under the big
moon Is said by many to be better
than daylight, and at feast has relief
from the hot sun to commend it.
If you go take some bait or make
doubly sure of obtaining it from
your boatman, as there Is a scarcity
of both crabs and shrimp around the
f In fresh water there is but little
to expect today, but the rivers are
clearing, and if more hard rains do
not fall they should afford black
bass fishing in a few days.
Arthur Surguy tells a story that
should prove a good tip to the Maryland
fish and game warden. While
visiting near Frederick several
weeks ago one of his host's neighbors
invited Surguy to go fishing,
and told of a catch of more than
eighty bass taken a few days before.
The invitation was accepted, but
when the countryman showed up
next morning with a roll of seine as
big as a barrel the ?nr?m?n declined
to be a party to breaking the
flaaicfcerty Get* String.
Attorney General Harry S. Daugherty
found time for a day's fishing
up in Michigan one day last week
and was rewarded with an unusually
- large catch.
Mo.e than forty fishermen combed
the waters of Herring Bay last Saturday
with little or no success.
Strange that some days you'll get
them and the next day you won t.
t Charles J. Abbott reports taking
a big sir inc. of pike from the Severn
River near Annapolis the early ?art
of the week.
A Little Optlaslstle.
James S. Tones of the Pension Bureau.
accompanied by some of his
fi lends last Saturday on a trip to
Great Falls, explained to them on
his way up a sure m*ans of catching
ihe channel catfish in the big eddy,
promising all a good sized string.
After a day s effort in the muddy
water, losing numerous hooks, lines
and sinkers, he reports having had
two bites and no exhibits.
R. A. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. W ill H.
Harding. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C.
Cox. of Cleveland, Ohio; Dupont
"Bornar. and Emil Peterson will
leave today on a cruise to Colonial
Beach in Mr. Martin s power boat.
"What Ho." All of the party except
Mr Peterson will camp there for
two or more weeks.
A Flftr-P??"d Bay.
John F. Murrell caught a stingray
weighing over fifty pounds in
He-ring Bay last Sunday
Mr. and Mrs Edward Furman and
tamily are encamped at Colonial
r.each for an extended outing, durf
ing which Furman will sP*nd ?
goodly portion of his time fishing.
Representative Oscar A. Larson,
r tf Minnesota, was one of the many
successful fishermen at Solomons
Island during the week.
George McKee and George McKee.
jr. motored to Point Lookout last
haturdav. They report excellent
fishing and good hotel accommodations
at this celebrated fishing
astern' Cl?* <
The Potomac Anglers' Club wil
meet In Muaicians- Hall Wednesday
n.ght. Under the guidance of P"sloent
Louis Perron, the club has
done more good toward breaking
..p unlawful fishing than any other
agencv. and deserves the hearty co.peratlon
of every angler in t*.
rlty. The club has President Hardins.
former Postmaster General
Burleson and other notables on Its
roster, which should carry the name
of every angler In Washington. Be
a good sport and join the club and
i.elp along its laudable Purp?se_
The local Anglers' Club of Will:amsport
has just completed the
planting of 50.000 bass in the Potomac
and its tributaries near that
' Cood Catfish Prospects.
Fishing for Miss?sippi catfish
should be at its best for the next
month or six weeks, and is good
snort The shallow waters around
' Glen Echo and on up above Cabin
John Bridge are thebest grounds
l for these game and edible fish. Live
or cut up smelt and green shrimp
are the best baits, but these vigorous
biters will take most anything
a<Mr. and Mrs. W. I>. Eltett and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. EUett
and little daughter, accompanied by
M.sa lola Sullivan, enjoyed a day s
?port on the water at Rock Point
early in the week, reporting a large
cateh of rather small trout, hardheads
Billy O'Brien has returned from a
two weeks' outing at Piney Point,
where the fishing has been excellent
for several weeks. He brings a
story new to most anglers. Almost
every day aviators from the naval
frying field near Norfolk come to
these waters in hydro-airplanes,
anchor. catch a string of fish and
then fly back to their base In
Heads Dramatic Guild.
* i>ennls Council was "Chosen last
night at a final organisation meet- i
l?g to head the new Dramatic and
Musical Arts Guild of the National
Council of Catholic Men. which was i
launched at a meeting held at the i
National ("ounell headquarters. 1111 I
Massachusetts avenue northwest. (
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Bass in Mill Pond
JOHN P. XIRRKLL
With a nine-pound big-mouth
bass caught in mill pond near
SIX DAMAGE SUITS
FOR $82,625 FILED
Sums Asked Range From
$5,000 Up to $25,000.
Six suit? for damages totaling
$82,625 were filed In the District
Supreme Court yesterday. The
sums asked range from $3,000 to
$25,000. In one the District is mad?
Henson Simms filed suit against
the J. Henry Miller Company, Inc..
contractors, for $25,000 damages for
alleged persona! Injuries. Through
Attorney* O'Shea. Sacks and Cooke.
Slmmi claims that on August It.
1918, while employed by the contractors.
he was seriously injured
in attempting to escape from a
falling bucket of mortar.
The suit against' the District 1*
for $10,000 for alleged personal injuries,
and was filed by Ida Helvestine.
Through Attorneys Lambert
and Yeatman, the plaintifT alleges
that on June 20. 1519. she was injured
on Second street southeast,
by tripping over a defective place
in the sidewalk.
The t'nited States Photoplay Corporation
was sued by Attorney
James K. Polk to recover $18,875.
which he claims to be due him as
general counsel for the company
during 1920. Through Attorney Andrew
Wilson. Polk claims to have
been engaged at a salary of $25,000
a year and has been able to collect
The National Bank of Kentucky
filed against the Southern Commercial
Congress and its general director.
Clarence J. Owens, to recover
$13,750 alleged to be due on a note.
Attorneys Hamilton and Hamilton
appear for the bank.
James E. Crass filed against
Henry E. "Renz to recover $5,000
alleged to be due on a note. Doth
of the men were at one time partners
in a "bottling establishment.
Attorney Henry E. Davis appeared
Irene Richardson sued the rhesapeake
and Potomac Telephone Company
for $10,000 damages for alleged
personal injuries. Through j
Attorneys I^ambert and Yeatman the ;
plaintiff claims to have been In- ;
Jured by stepping into a telephone I
conduit which was improperly covered.
INMATE IS HELD UP
AT SOLDIERS' HOME
Michael Shanahan. an aged inmate
of the Soldiers' Home, was J
held up at the point of a gun and
robbed of $5 by a lonehighwa yman
on the cinder path adjoining the east
end of the home yesterday afternoon.
Shanahan told police he was1
ptroling about the grounds when he
was ordered to throw up his hands,
and on turning around found himself
facing the barrel of a 38-caliberi
revolver He furnished police a good '
description of the bandit, whom he
believed to be an Italian.
Colored Woman Makes
Trouble for Police,
Two Emergency Hospital physU
cians and the ambulance driver
narrowly escaped death, and police
headquarters was thrown into turmoil
late last night after the arrest
of a colored *oman caught emerg ng
from a home.
At headquarters she feigned illness.
The ambulance responding
hwerved to the curb near the station
and escaped being wrecked by
quick work of the dfver.
The physicians rushed into "the
station, where they broke a tube
of amyl nitrate about the nose of
the woman in an effort to revive
htr. The woman then became violent.
requiring six plain clothes
men to subdue her. ,
Board Confirms Appointees.
Two appointments to posts In the
District government were confirmed
by the Commissioners at a
board meeting yesterday. Dr. Francis
Munson received probationary
appointment as chief of the bureau
of preventable diseases and director
of the bacteriological laboratory,
tnd Hugh H. Green was named superintendent
of the workhouse at
Fails to Bring Men
TAXI DRIVER TRIED!
Fined $200 for Permanently
Injuring Two Pedestrians
By Reckless Driving.
Forfeiture of collaterals by speed I
law violators during: the current
week shows no decrease, despite the |
campaign launched by Commis-1
sioner Oyster last week to curb the I
growing wave of traffic violations I
by doubling thee collateral required.
The Commissioner's action followed
a statement by Judge McMahon.
of Police Court, that the
majority of speed offenders were
never tried in court as the collat- '
erals were so small that Ihey forfeited
them rather than face trial.
A Typical Kxaaiple.
The recent increases, however,
have had little efTect. A typical illustration
of the working of the new
policy occurred Wednesday when
forty-two were arrested for speeding
and only five appeared for trial
the balance forfeiting their collaterals.
Among the speed cases listed
vesterdav the following fines and
forfeitures were recorded:
James Elliott. $20; James C.
Douglas. |5; Aubrey Whitlock, a
taxi driver. $5: Luther Bethea. $5.
and r?nnald Seller, $10.
Motorcycle Officers Boyle and Taylor
yesterday arrested George
Michael King, 21. a chaufTeur, of
Twentieth and I* streets northwest,
on a charge of traveling fifty miles
an hour along Pennsylvania avenue.
King deposited $50 collateral at the
First precinct station, which she
later forfeited in Police Court.
' lice Court Trial.
In Police Court yesterday Charles
O. Splllman, 20, 1341 Clifton street
northwest, charged with the reckless
driving of a taxi on the night
of April 17. last, which resulted in
injuries to follceman Frank M.
Howard, of thf Second fc>recinct. and
Harry L. Hess, of the Interstate
Commerce Commission, was fined
$100 in each case of assault. Both
men are said to be permanently injured*.
The testimony showed that the
policeman and Hess were crossing
Fourteenth street near P northwest
and were struck while on the west
side of the street. The policeman,
it is claimed, was hurled eighty feet
along the tracks, narrowly escaping
the wheels of a northbound street
Hess was thrown forty feet and
remained unconscious for three
At the trial it developed that
Spillman was driving on the northbound
tracks although going south.
He chose the middle of the street,
he explained, in order to get better
traction on the bricks between
the car tracks.
The speed of the machine at the
time of the accident was estimated
to be between 25 and 40 miles an
hour. It was raining but three
passengers in the taxi admitted
that they saw ^he men before they
were run down. Spillman insisted j
that he did not see them until after i
they were struck.
On motion of the counsel for |
Spillman, Judge McMahon with- |
held orders to the clerk to collect j
the fine until August 19, when a bill j
of exceptions will be submitted.
Capital'^ Accidents for Year
Shown in Police Reports
An increase in the number of
! minor traffic injuries and vehicular
property,, damages and a decrease
in fatalities and serious injuries
during the year ending June 30. is
noted in the annual report of the
traffic bureau, issued yesterday by
j Capt. Albert J. Headley, chief of
the bureau. 4
Cap*. Headley declares the increase
In accident* Is due to the
[ presence of several thousand more
automobiles />n the streets than
| there were in 1920 and 11,695 new
drivers during the past year. Steady
I decrease of deaths due to street ac|
cidents is shown by the report,
I there being seventy-six deaths in
I 1919 and only fifty-nine during the
Bicycles Kill Two.
The report shows there were two
deaths due to bicycle accidents and
forty-four due to motor vehicles in
1921 as compared with po bicycle
bicycle fatalities and forty-six
deaths due to motor vehicles In
Steam railways killed four and
street railways thirteen during 1921,
while in 1920 seven died in railroad
i and eighteen in trolley accidents. A
total of 4.858 casualties due to
motor vehciles, 1.232 more than in
1920, are reported.
The report include* summaries of
all casualties which occurred during
1921. There were 4,530 people,
646 more than in the previous year,
injured during the past twelve
months, 443 of these case* proving
fatal and 154 serious. There were
8,597 total accidents during the
year, Including cases of property
loss. This is an ihcrease of 1,641
la tic sport Mae.
Accident reports reveal a decrease
In baseball accident* and an
increase in football casualties. One
death Is assigned to Injuries, re|
ceived in a football game. Progress
in the air took a toll of two
f deaths and five casualties are assigned
to hydroplanes, while In 1920
only one death and two Injuries due
to this cause were reported.
ARRESTED FOR WIFE-BEATING,
MAN HEL DON MURDER CHARGE
' ' .
Spouse Tells Police and Southern Authorities
Send Warrant and Requisition Papers.
Charles Sadler, alias John Courar, Parks. It whs learned after that
alias John F. Parties, who was ar- was married under the name of
,..Ud on Ju.y 17 by th. Eighth pre- ??*
clnct police at his home, 2S 0 street he was adopted by ? family e baring
northwest, for beating his wife, is U.at name. _
wartted in North Carolina for a A pbotograuh with a. description
j v.__. ^as sent to the Mecknelburg County
murder committed sUteen years ?uthorUleg and yesterday the lnfcgo.
according to information fur- (Uctment and reuisition papers arnished
by the wife. rived at police headuarters from the
Mrs. Varices first furnished the e Mecklenburg
police with addresses where her "h*rl" w" arrlv? h*re to"
husband might possibly be appre- prisoner back,
hended and after his arrest told po- *?? " ?? wer*
lice that he was wanted by tne '?? ?"hort Urae owing to
' Mecklenburg County. N. C., author!- !Je , Mecklenburg County clerk,
lies for killing Andrew Straight, of ^amle C. Turner, addressing the
that Place on October 8. 1905. requistion papers and the envelope
! When arrested Sadler gave the '"f'? '"? ,thif .to the Ir*"dent of
| Eighth precinct police the name of received at the
' " White House two days ag> and
/)A If *?re turned over to the Department
CO. M DETERMINED :rn
aii nmiimi/i nnil . turned over to the local authoriON
WINNING DRILL I1"? according to the Mecklen[burg
County authorities, murdered
! Straight with a knife and fled.
anr . . . ^ _* * u^4 I Tears of search through that and
j Washington s Own Arc Hot other states followed.
After First Place in To- . opri ll/ftMiy niPO
day's Competition. AGED WOMAN DIES
Spurred on by tributes paid to Jjj InilALiNu (lAj
I them by various officers# members
J of Company M. "Washington's . !
Own," of the Citizen*' Training: ^ ?
j Camp at Camp Meade, have a??- Mrs. Ophelia MarstOn, L/Ong
I nounced their determination to ||. o|irr|kMlH Sn
| carry off the honors in the com-1 1U' SUCCee08 in second
petitlve drill which will be held at- Suicide,
the camp this morning at 10:4& *
Company M took part in drill yes- Mrs. Ophelia Marston. 63. 509 Fifth
| terday for the first time, the two street northeast, committed suicide
j platoons being consolidated under yesterday by inhaling illuminating
command of Capt. W. K. Oos. Fol- gas, after carefully plugging winlowing
the drill, about fifty men | dow niches of her room with towels
were required to receive their sec- and locking her door.
ond "shot* of vaccine, while the The body was discovered by James
rent of the company Indulged In r O'Connor, residing above, who deathletics.
A number of wrestling th? ?*or ??" ?nd
... . . . ., into the apartment, accompanied by
holds were demonstrated. as well | ^ 1 f-l.ischau.r, of the First
as a variety of punches In the preelBct. (;aa was flowinB fr<mi
"manly art- , j three open jets. The vfoman was
i Disappointment reigned in the pro?ounc?d dead upon the arrival
S camp last night when the much- of the hospital physician. Coroner
heralded dance had all the ear- j pr Ramsey J. Nevitt issued a certimarks
of faillnc; to prove a sue- icate of suicidal death.
cess. * j Two notes left by the aged woman
According to plans. 100 pretty, were found lying on a table. One
misses were supposed to come from,1 was a request to (Sod for forgiveBaltlmore
and a like number from ness, and the other was pertaining
Washington Arriving at the hall | *o the disposition of her body and
only about twoscore girls were on J payment of debts.
[ According to police, the woman
i Part of the day yesterday was;'"8'" *" attempt at suicide about
spent in getting ready for th, 1 thr? m0nths ,^0 b>. tnhallnK w,s.
! dance. Shoes were shlned to a1 Shf had
| luster, and the uniforms looked! * m ^
as though they had just come from AiOVSlUS vafOVCS
1 a store. On their way to the hall. J
j many of the soldiers had their! R ATni*rl
shoes bespecked with mud as the | all? IVvvUlU a Ul
I result of last night's rain and Hp IN W !
| orders have been issued for an in- ? 0111118 1H ?ISLll
spection this morning. ,
Members of Company M put in j jameg Aloysius Groves, 45 years l
I two hours of practice, under Capt. | old. giving his address as Linden. I
I Robert S. French, star pitcher of Md.. is known to the police as the
Western High School last year, for j "riiost locked up man in the Dis-1
I the baseball game today with Com- trict."
j pany I. The tentative line-up an- j Groves gets this distinction be-!
nounced by Capt. French includes: j cause he has served more than
O'DonntU. first base; Conn, second j ?eventy-flve days in jail for drunkbase;
Hunter, third base; Nogel, enness. disorderly conduct ^nd
shortstop; Conlon. catcher; Capt. other offenses since April 17 last,
I French, pitcher. Three' outfielders according to police records, and has
! are yet to be selected. rarely spent more than twenty-four
The track team reported at the j hours of freedom before being
! stadium yesterday for a long work- locked up again.
j out under Lieut. Thomas Holmes, a was given a forced "vacation"!
former track star. | yesterday when Judge McMabon
Robert T. Bayly, of Washington, j sentenced him to sixty days on a
left camp yesterday to accept a j Sparge vagrancy. Policeman
petition with the Minnesota For- J,h"y"r """"I him on Fifteenth
I ;?,?rv oarvirp | street northwest, last Wednesday
w __ ! after he had stopped to solicit alms
from Representative Joe Cannon.
CONFESSES TAKING Groves, police records show, has
r*-ui?nv rI* 1# A i? Q re8or,f,d to vsrious ruses to evade
C /l/iL A. r Ul/iri lTl L/& punishment for second ofTenses.
^ having used fictitious "*ames on sevHarold
B. Foulkrod. 25 years old, erai occasions as well as fictitious
who gave his address as 32 G street addresses. j
southwest, employed as a mall
Quant,co r..-.8 taVrinto"^- SMUGGLED LETTER
^nyg. Sd'l'tat?, Secret?Servica FROM SOVIET JAIL
agent, after hJ had ^?fhcda,<r' f Or. Weston B. Kstes. one of the
Treasury check which is alleged to Americatls recently imprisoned In
have tieen stolen from the mail Moscow, who with flvo other AmerlFoulkrod
told the police that he cana ha? arrlved safely a,t Reval. i?
had been employed In Uen. But er s wa? disr|0s( (, to.h.y, wrote a letter
office in the capacity of mall ?lerk from his c(,n to secretary Hughes !
since returning from overseas w th expressing the hope that the Amerthe
Marine c?rPs He served with ,can authoritles )et him ...rot (n
the Marines. Foulkrod xui ims that prlson.. rathpr than ^ ,hp priC
he has sought compensation from of recocn|t|on of the Soviet Kovernthe
War Risk Bureau for disability. m for hfti releasp
and his application not having been Df Estes who ord|nar||y pracacted
upon, and becoming destitute tlt,M the proffssjon of dentistry on
for the lack of funds, the tempta- the i-aciflc coast, was one of aj
tion was so great that he opened number of Americans who managed :
jU letter which he knew contained a to 8niUj?Jfie Ccmmunicatlons to in^
check amounting to |2?8. which he tennedlarles in the Baltic province#,
subsequently cashed at a local w||Q |n tun| papsod them on to the
Jewelry store. - State T>:>artn'ent.
m a . According to one passage In his
Will Teacn JLlfC-oaVing. letter. Dr. Estes was well aware
Instructions and examinations In that "the apprehension- of one copy
life saving tinder tlje auspices of will mean my finish." Naval action
th? District of Columbia Chapter of as a threat against the Soviet
the American Red Cross will be regime was suggested by Dr. Estes.
given by John C. Bragff at "Dream- who feared that unless release was
land" an amusement float on the effected before July 4. some of the
upper Potomac, Sunday afternoon at Prisoners "mlht die of starvation
2:30 o'clock. This exhibition will and IH-treatfent."
augurated by the District chapter j HOUSE WOULD TAX
c?.?'seedenby,hd"ronwUnTnbgr Ca"U!,lt'" SALE OF WAR GOODS
Tax Dodgers Pay W,666.000. S ?2rbJ&?. bfc
A drive on tax dodgers and de- levying a duty of 90 per cent oil
IJnquents by 2.000 deputy collectors American goods reshipped to the
has netted the Bureau of Internal United States for sale.
Revenue approximately $3.66fi 000 in The bill Is designed to keep out
the last three weeks, according to of American markets the enormous
| an announcement made last night, quantities of war supplies and maPenalties
on persons refijslng to terials sold in Europe following the
pay taxes range from SI,000 to fit),- armistice, hundreds of thousands of
00ft. or five years imprisonment. dollars'of which, it is alleged, have
z >" been sent back to the United States
Accuse Three of Bookmakihg. and *oId by their European purTflree
arrests on charges of hand- chasers at a huge profit.
book making were made yesterday n , r; v ,
afternoon. Samuel F. West and IfUyerS in INeW I OrK.
Walter W. Davis were arrested at NEW YORK. Aug. 12.?Washing1212
Seventh street northwest/ by ton buyers are leglstered here as
| Capt. Peck and Detectives Messer follows: Woodward and Lothrop,
land Sweeney. Peter S. Mantis, 601 J. A. Hobson, upholstery g>oods.
Louisiana avenue northwest was 334 Fourth avenue; Lansburgh A
srrested at his home by Lieut. Brother, N. J. Simon, boys' clothing.
Sheets and Sergt. Gray. ^ Sit Seventh avenue. Martnique. '
driver escapes qj 3irthdajf^)
afoot after his ^u//etf$y,
truck hits auto k s^ptlw/\
Owner of Machine Helps
Police to Run Down
WOMAN BADLY HURT IP*
Four Others Badly Injured
Also in One Day's Toll of f
day in street accidents. j
Police of the are j
| searching: for unidentified white* ^
man ! <^^^^B3BBj|j[^^B
truclc^and fled before the arrival ;
the police. After striking auto- ; ^
mobile, which was operated by I
George H Heald. 38 Sycamore avenue.
Takotna Park, and severely in- vuperlatradeat or the Wubjurinif
Mr*. l.uclndia Hall. 45. 29 j liirtM DI?tHrt of ?be MriropolCedar
street, Takoma Park, an oc- | luo l.lfc iMirai^ t'-#? ft? eelecupant
of the machine, at Tenth and | bratlng hli birthday today
R streets northwest. the man fled | the Atlaatlr iwai. Hr Is e*dowo
R street and escaped. pected to arrlte In Xew Vork
Police Have Osier. ??t Moods) oftrr a trip to
Mrs Hall, with severe cuts about, Sro(|..d ,tm I,, h?? |?,? .
the head, face and arms and body; lk, , lBb.
bruiaes. was removed to her home, i H . .... .
Accord,n* to police, th. truck Is ,f"r ^,0" hl. "dVcat."!!
owned by Arthur Tholl, 1708 Ninth i .
street northwest. It was proceed- h'~ins
north on Tenth street when it . ./?".? '".""i **.
plunged into the machine of Heaid,! " " early In Hf?. bowwhich
was koing east on It street. | wr' "n<l ,hf ' *
Jholl, who is a plumber, told po- , ?ra?ce baalaea*. lfi? flrwt ro?Il<%
he hired the man yesterday with Che ^rtroHHan
jnorning to drive the truck, but! We ln*urnnrr with which
fail* dto get his name or address. company he hmn bee* tiHMHiai!
Police scoured the city, endeavoring j e?l for about thlrt>-ciKht year*.
I to pick up the man on the descrlp- I w?? in the < bicnao office. Mace
tions furnisher, by Tholl and Heald. j 1W# hr ha? been aupcrintcndHcnry
Ward. 4. 937 I street north- i rnt of the \\n?hinrton office,
west, was severely injured about He U a memhrr of the < omthe
body and leg* when he was meniil, I lt>. ltotar> and ^onstruck
by an automobile operated day Kvcnlns data. He In the
by Charles Anderson. 1239 Ninth orennicer of tke Juvenile Prostreet
northwest, in front of 939 teetbe I.ensue nnd ehnirmnn of
Ninth street northwest. The in-J bo,v work committee of
Jured 1 ad was rushed to the Emer- lke Iniemnilonnl Mary ?Imbrn.
gemv Hoapital. He lien at SM8 ? olomdo s?e.
In ** . nne north went.
While crossing the street at
Twelfth and Pennsylvania avenue j'
northwest, Frank J. Valenta, 54. |\ I 11\ /lAiTfni Tl (T\
1758 Columbia road northwest was 'f Z1 IK I ( 11\| VII I rll
struck by an automobile operated * /HI* vVIl I Iv 1UU
by an unidentified colred man and /\m i\TT1T nvv a
.? ,... ....... qp dual charges
James Foster, colored. 22, 130S
Fourth street northwest, an invalid. " *
fell from hi, wheal chair a. Ninth Canoe Xhief and ( heCk Former
and h streets northwest, and sits- 9
taincd cuts about the he?d. Hs Sentenced to the Peniwas
treated at the Washington 4 .
j Asylum Hospital. Police believe ICflliary.
j Foster suffered an epileptic fit. . ?
f?rant Boswell. colored. 52, 77-A ?
Pefrees street, sustained (.Juries, Two penitentiary
about the body and leBs when hJ'"Vpo?'d1 !? ,
was struck by an automobile op-1Cr,mmal rou" J estcrdaj . lioth ..f
erated by Richard Revnolds.'1410 th* convicted men faced d .ub.e
Millford street northwest, at Sec- charges One was (riven a term o.
ond and Massachusetts avenue. The one ycar ami ,hre* month* an.l t*ie
(-Injured man was treated at the other two years.
Freedman's Hospital. | Robert Stewart was s?nten."d In
; serve one year and thre? months id
CJ^JF^O 'F/l ADT 4f)ir ! th* penitentiary on two charges f
OCCAO l\J UiSiA.llV brinpinR stolen canoes into t'.te
PROPERTY RIGHTS W"rtct He pleaded cuiJty :
*******M & ] st-aUn* a dnoe b^loncinfr tc
Mrs. Elolae Price, wlft of James Claud# E. Pendarvis of Glen E-ho.
U Price, filed suit yesterday in the Md.. and one from Herman F. Carl.
District Supreme Court to protect]0' W street northwest, brinuher
equity in the premises at 932 K >np both here for the purpose of
street northeast, which was pur- ! sellinR them.
chased in July. 1919, in her hus- 1 William J. Fa v. jr.. was s^nband's
name. j tenced to serve two years in *he
Price disappeared on July 3 last, ! penitentiary upon his plea of'jruilhis
wife claims, and she has not ! ty to two charges of false pretense,
been able to locate him. Their j Detective Patrick O Rrien bmurht
home cost 15.250. she alleses. and , Fav back to tlif* city from Ph'ia
a cash paymant of $1,300 was made j dei'phia. where he v as alleged t,
| at l^e time of this heing her! v,aVe driven a stolen automobile.
The balance of the : A?.onlinB ?,c police. Kay left
B, HC|e r B ? """ ? trt.il of worthless check, clearopolis
Building: Association, which .. ,? .
is made a party defendant in the ! ?cro" the continent. He .s alleged
suit alonp with the husband. ,to ha^' '.',on, a, w"J'" '
The court is asked to declare the i ch'rk from W illard l. Sur.wlfe
the owner of the property, and ! dcrca and ?4H from Ambrose \T
to prevent its sale by either thejHealy, both of this city.
husband or the building association. I
Attorneys Gardiner and Kason ap- SAYS INFANT SONS
Pe" f?r Mr* l r" e ' HELD FOR RENT BILL
LIQUORS SEIZEDj CHICAGO, aur it.?hi* two b-ys.
NEGRO ARRESTED 19 "tontH, and i-, old. ar.- bej
ing held from him until he pays a
Police confiscated a large quan- rent bill, according t o Frank A.
tity of intoxicating liquor last even- i Borndt. / street-car conductor, oing
when they raided the premises j dAy he obtained a warrant for Mrs.
at 727 Third street, northwest, and i J?*n Gill on a charge of disorderly
arrested Robe*, t S. L.atimer. colored, j induct.
26 years old. I^atimer is charged I JJorndt told Jndge Howard Hayes
with illegal possession, selling and j *n Stock ^ards Court that his wile
maintaining a public nuisam-e. He M8 'n a sanitarium and that her * *wan
released on bond of $1,500. j penses take almost all his pay. He
The Sixth Precinct .police aur- ?Mt that when he moved from the
-*e'i the house. No resistance j home of Mrs. <*ili she rettised to
was offered. | let him tak#? his children until th*
a.ic i^iu.ng party comprised in- j room bill was paid.
ternal revenue officers Harold R. ! ~ ~~
Stephenson and Guy Rone. Sergeant j Hording AttCnflS IV61ln S.
Lauton and Policemen Coffren ad ; . President Harding last night took
Leich. j a leaf out of former Pres;dent Wil
j son's notebook and became a vsudeFined
SI0 for Reatina vllle fan Kor tho flm tlme *,nre
r iracu +MU lur DZUliny ^ , hl8 |naujniratlon. Harding went te
Mules With Butt of Whip B. F. Keith's Theater and appar
ently enjbyed himself Immensely.
Dick Roan, colored, empldyed as
a driver for the L,. B. White Coal ' ^ .7 T h, m "
Company, was lined *10 yesterday ?c "ff haR continued his vaudeville
morning in Police Court by Judge ^ttendancf
llardison on a charge of cruelty to >
Mrs. Gladys U?viKnlno. of 1411 I fjat tO Use and Avoid
s%*eet northwest. complainant _ _ . ^ _
against Roan, told the court tl\at (JTI rCLCCS indt PtfSP'ft
on Tuesday the colored man sav
agely beat the mules over the head skUl to w h?Ithx, u
with the butt of his whip while ae- ,1^, muKt por?pire?must rxtwi. through tinlivering
coal in the rear of the pore?. It* nh*re of th^ body's waste material
Beilevue Hotel. Roan denied the Certain cream* nnd ponders el?c <he
charae Interfertn* hoth with elimioatino nnd Hreath
' ^ in*, eapttislly durins the h?ated period II
?more women under*tood thlw. tliere would hi
?^_ M_ fewer ?? If ruined romplesion? If the;
would uae ordinary mercolised wax tfaej
IMS *1 ' W^KaSS^ would hare healthy eomplexlon*. Thin re
V ^ markahle iDbxtiincr actually abaorba a b*c
lMirtTBIATIDir \ m, ||f *kla. al?o marloccinc the pnrw. R.-ul?
IIV0Co I Ruv 11 DLL kSfe Tbe frenher. yoiinc**r nnder nkin i? prrmlt
r, !!?,. , nAH9 gmted to breathe and to aliow it pelf Tke ex
CLtlfTKIC IROnS qniaite new complexion rradnally peep* oat
_ .. one free from any appearance of artlftdaMty.
# J ? Obtain an ounce of mercollaed wax from yoni
fT.I 3 at?fc?':p'st- dmfft.t sad try It. Apt.ljr ai?litl.? Ilk- <-.N
fuarsntaes. cream for a week or two. washing it, of
Pern Electric t fiat li^p> Co. To rem ore wriaklra. Iiere's rf marreloualti
111-2 91h Strut. ^ IT-*"'*
Maia ftll. powdered .a*ohte la a half pint witch haae
aad aaa aa a face wash.?Adv.
WEAKNESS ROUSES '
Failure to Get Army anjf
Navy Equipment Re- "*
Rep. O'Brien, of the Distric
Body, Plans to Seek Action j
In Near Future.
Delay In securing additional fir*
I fighting equipment used by th?
! army, navy and the Shipping
Board during the mar. which it mra*
hoped would be available to relieve
the shortage of apparatus in Washington.
has impressed the officials
' uf both the city and Congress with
j th*,seriousness of the situation.
According to Fire Chief George S
i Watson, figures compiled In 1VJ?
show the local department to stand
i *fticth in mot<>r eouipment amosf
| the cities of the United States.
Determined to do all in his power
to give Washngton a fire and P?!
li'-e d*oartment second to none in
the United States. Representative
i Francis* X. O'Brien, of New Jersey.
1 of the House District Committee. ?*i
| resaed the intention vesterdsy of
taking these matter* up mith the
! Coir missioners as soon ss the rsll
way merger bills now occupying the m
i tme of the committee have been disl?osed
Representative O'Brien hs* bees
associated mith the fire and pottee '
departments of Nem* Jersey for tvn
' vears. As director of the Jern?-y
?-: v department of Public Sofety
for five years he brought that cit>
up to fifth place among the cities
of the United States in fire-fighting
! t-F. This ponilisa mas determined
a* a result of a surveyby
the National Board of Fire Underwriter*.
fno Ueprenentative gained his p^.
t?ce experience dnring the five year*
he served as judge of the Criminal
I Court of Jersey City.
Remtfta f?r l)rl??.
The delivery of nine pieces of
motor appsratus is being held w ,
pendin gthe report of the *
supply i-ommittee of the
State* to Purchasing Officer lUf:,
grove The apparatus deaired is in.??
I th?- War IVpdrtment ?to % and must?
' be declared surplus in-fore It
Ih- accessible. llargro\?- pointed oW
Fiv* engine ?<ompanici> are stllr^
without motor apparatus, and if the .
additional equipment ?-ould be ?C'cured
three of the engine co?j
panics could be outfitted Thin 4
i would leave but tmo horse-drawn
vehicles, it m-a? explained, and these"
could be used in the outlying seditions
of the city J
Nets Owner Few
Bottles of Wine
John Gibson. *2 M street n??rthwest.
profited by an attempt to rol?
his house by an unidentified negro,
who left behind a bag containing1
j*ev?ril bottles of min?- when scare*
a may yesterday morning
The negro entered through the
! front mjindow. He had ransacked
the house and gathered together a
! pile of valuable loot m hen he m as
) detected by Gibson Fleeing .the
negro dropped the bas containing
the m ine, which he had brought into
the house m-?th him.
Must Ansurer to Court
For Neglecting Alimony
Harry C. Sirith. hu*t>and ?f
Ruth Smith, mas ordered yesterday
by Justice Siddons in Equity Court
'to appea o- Augu?? IS and show
ause why he should not b* ad'
ju i~ed in contemp" of court for hi*
a'leged failure to pnv alimony.
Tn rough Attorney? Ijimbert
' -\rr.rjn M s. Smith, m ho sued tor a
limited divorce on June 13. oomj
- U ,ud that licr husband had ig?.
! cored nn order requiring him to Itf
I her $50 evety l? o weeks. *'
I "TheSemmes I
Tlic sort of work tbat has
earned the indorsement of
i the motoring public?the sort
of work that can be done
only l>v competent workmen,
working under ideal conditions
and under the direction
tj of a leader .who personally \
supervise* every job and
takes pride in making every
I job a pcrfcct one.
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Semmes Motor Co.
j 613 to 619 G St N.W.
T. SMITH GAUGES. M Manager