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V HE-WASHINCfTON TIMT5S, WEDNESDAY, OVlfMBJEK StVttll.
EMPLOYES OF THE
AID COUNTRY, GARY
OF BRIBERY CHARGE
IN IH'NAiRA CASE
IN NIGHT CLOTHES
SHAKE-UP IN NAVY
OF GREAT BRITAIN
RESULT OE EXPOSE
That Is Consensus of Opin-
ion in London Despite
HI TATE A RING
Steel Trust Head Renews
Ptea for Federal Con
, trol of Prices.
Declaring that the biff consolidations
are a benefit to the country, and holding
that their benefits should be preserved,
and at the same time the public protect
ed from any wrong that might be In
flicted by great capital, Judge E. H.
Gfry, chairman of the executive com
mittee of the Untted States Steel Cor
poration, gave his views on the corpora
tion problem today before the Senate
Commltee on Interstate Commerce.
Judge Gary, as he has done In the past,
pronounced in favor of consolidation un
der strict Federal regulation, even to
the extent of fixing prices.
Pointing out that he had sometimes
been accused of radicalism in his views
on this question, and that his views had
been attacked as socialistic, Judge Gary
.declared that Government regulation
5?.cft. a5 n? Proposed was the way to
avoid the dangers of extreme socialism.
He told the committee there was need
of putting the corporation problem on
?? S.e?nitfl and understandable basis.
e held that the business of the country
U now suffering from uncertainty.
Calls Them Benefit.
Judge Gary said tho great consoli
dations were a benefit in various ways.
By their large resources, he said, they
were able' 10 bring abbut development
of foreign trade to an extent impossi
ble for small concerns. By reason of
their resources Ui6y ero able to do
much In research and In discovery of
new methods that 6mnll concerns could
not do; they effected economies and
conserved resources, and they had done
much more to Improve the condition of
the worklngman than small corpora
tions and concerns. Moreover, he as
serted, the big consolidations had trans
ferred ownership of nroportv from a
lew hands to many. He cited the case
of the Stool CorDoratlon. with Its 160.000
owners of stocks and bonds, as an ex
Ample, Outlines His Plan.
Judge Gary outlined his plan of regu
lation. He proposed that every corpo
ration should be compelled to take out
a Federal license, and that these li
censes should require publicity, no
overcapitalization, that prices bo the
same to all customers without discrimi
nation, and that the corporation be con
ducted In accordance with law. If
other requirements were needed, they
should be enforced.
Second, Judge Gary propose a com
mission for the control of corporations
like the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion. This commission should have
power to see that license conditions are
observed; to decide questions submit
ted by managers of corporations as to
whether they are In conformity with
law, and to regulate prices so far as Is
at.?.BarY to Prevent monopoly of trade.
"This plan, 'he said, "would result In
fair, honest, and healthy competition. It
U the opposite of restraint of trade,
unrestrained competition in tho end re
sults in restraint of trade."
. He then dwolt on the doubt felt by
These men," he aald, "have felt great
doubt In the last several months. Capi
talists havo been unoilllng to. make ex
tensions. This country has .bren suffer
ing and Is suffering much 'todav be
cause of this feeling of uncertainty.
These men would like to know what
uiev nave me rigm lo do.
He declared that the corporation was
striving in all lines to get the best re
sults, at tho lowest cost, and at the
same time to take care of employes.
"One of U moft Important questions
pending In this or any other country,"'
he said, "is how to protect the public
against the oppression of great capital.'
Shoots Wife, Kills Self
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. 29HIs
efforts toward a reconciliation having
failed, Christian Goehrlnger shot and
mortally wounded his young wife and
then ended his own life. The tradgedy
occurred in the room at a local hotel
In which tho couple were married three
The wedding of Goehrlnger and Miss
Minnie Gamelgard was an event at the
hotel. Within a year they quarreled
Passing by the hotel, Goehrlnger met
his wife for the first time In the two
years of their separation. He halted
her. and, encouraged by the smile with
which she greeted him, he proposed a
They went into the hotel to discuss
their troubles, and persons in other
rooms heard them arguing long Into
the night. Though Mrs. Goehrlnger ap
peared friendly with her husband on
entering the hotel her refusal to return
to his homo could be heard by those In
the next room.
Four shots were heard shortly after
mld-nlght, and when a porter reached
the room Goehrlnger was dead and his
wife was unconscious. The husband
was only twenty years old, and his wife
was two years his senior.
. Arcanum Officers See
Oriental Council, No. 312, Royal Ar
canum, was visited last night by the
officers or the grand council. Every
thing was found in a flourishing con
iltton, the membership being 815. This
. t the largest membership of the ten
councils in tne uoyai Arcanum in the
The Grand Council officers who made
the visitation were Sidney I. Besseltevre,
grand regent; H. G. Lens, sitting past
grand regent; Claude R. Zappone, su
preme sentry; M. V. Mercer, grand
orator; Benjamin White, grand secre
tary; George B. Copenhaver, grand
treasurer. The visitation was held in
the old Masonic Temple, the meeting
place of the Oriental Council.
The Grand Council officers have now
completed their annual visitations tn
the ten different councils In the Dis
trict. Each council has been founi
In splendid condition.
Saengerbund to Give
The annual Thanksgiving ball of th
Washington Saengerbund will be held
this evening at the clubhouse, 3H C
The ball committee Is composed of
Herbert Levy, chairman; B. Bousum,
C. M. Carter. M. E. Ford, Dr. H. S.
Gamble, Dr. T. P. Kennelly, R. Krahl
Ing, G, Pauls. Dr. M. P. Smith, L. C.
Btreltberger, H. Sumwold, and Dr. L.
W. Walker. The entertainment commit
tee comprises II. W. Scheuermann,
chairman; William Berens, Jr., Otto
Borchardlng. P. F, Brnndstedt, J. C.
Dehmer, E. Kuebel, Adolph Levy, Her
bert Levy, H. Lossau, H. G. Minster,
J. P. Redeker, C. Richter, R. Schneider,
M. Wlegand, John Waldroann, and Karl
Xander. . .
Grand Jury May Be Sum
moned to Conduct an
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov. 29 "They
say this is a frame-up. Well, let the
man that owns this $4,000, a fair sum
of money, come forward and prove his
property, and If it was not used to try
to bribe a prospective juror I will give
It to him." District Attorney Freder
icks. "The only real Information I have had
has been from the newspaper men. I
have no knowledge of any attompt at
bribery; In fact, not even the sugges
tion, and everybody that knows mo
knows how futile this story Is. But,
then, what can we expect? We told
our friends what would come before we
went Into this trial. I will show my
check books and accounts if the dis
trict attorney will sav when end whero
this particular money was drawn."
Clarence Darrow. .....
"Any man who says I would bribe
any bod v is a Har. I sot these men with
tne gooas.- tsumuei .u urown. croci oi
Fredericks' oecrot eervlcc.
"This Ib a frame-up, and I will prove
it. Walt until the truth Is told, that
is an." Le compte uavis. or ma mc
While both sides deny complicity, the
fact remains that there is 14,000 In ac
tual oash In the safe of District At
torney Fredericks, without an owner,
the State alleging it was used to bribe
a prospective Juror In the case of James
B. McNamara. accused of murder in
connection with the destruction of the
Los Angeles Times building. The de
fense charges the money was contribu
ted by the Merchants and Manufactur
ers' Association to discredit them on
the eve of opening the trial.
District Attorney Fredericks Is known
to be considering the possibility of de
manding that a new grand Jury be sum
moned immediately. If that is done it
will be necessary to take the chargea
against Bert Franklin, chief investi
gator for the defense, who is accused
of trying to bribe G. N. Lockwood, a
prospective Juror, before a committing
Verein Discusses Plan
Of Disposing of Fund
With all bills paid, the convention
committee of the Central Verein has a
substantial cash balance left from the
money collected to bear the expenses of
the National German-American Alliance
convention held in Washington October
5-9. The final balance was struck at a
meeting of the verein last night, at
the call of Chairman Martin Wlegand.
The exact amount of the balance and
the cost of the convention are not an
nounced. The verein Is debating
whether to return the balance to the
contributors or give the money to the
trustees of the German Orphan Asylum.
Chairman Wlegand and Capt. Charles
T. Schwegler, secretary, reported that
tho convention was called by the dele
gates one of the best In the history of
the national alliance, and that the com
mittee ltself-feels well satisfied with the
success of (he plans for entertaining
the hundreds of visitors to the city.
Painting Lectures to
Be Repeated at Library
Announcement was made by the
Washington Society of Fine Arts today
that each of the five remaining lectures
of the series on "Tho History of Paint
ing" to be given in the assembly hall
of tho Public Library this winter, are
to be given twice. This has been de
cided by the executive committee, be
cause the limited capacity of tho hall
prevents scores of persons from at
tending thi lectures.
On December 8, "Italian Painting"
will be the subject of the lecture to
be given by Frank J. Mather, Jr. Miss
Anna Seaton Sohmldt will lecture on
"French Painting," January 9. The
other lectures win ne: February 13,
"Spanish' Painting;" and March 12,
"Dutch Painting." both by Charles H.
Coffin, and April 9, "British Painting,"
by a lecturer not yet announced.
Columbia Turn verein
To Have Dance Tonight
The Columbia Tur'nvereln will observe
Its annual Thanksgiving ball tonight in
the Turn Halle, 928 M street northwest,
T..o program has been arranged under
the general direction of the entertain
ment, house, and other committees.
The entertainment committee includes
John Alt, chairman; Julius Duehrlng, G.
A. Beauverd, Jacob Baumgarten, and
August Link. The house committee is
made up of Bernhard Endres, chairman;
John Alt, Max Schmidt, and A. Buehler.
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into your home; they are the
simple means of keeping
Nerves, Brain and Body
strong, active, enduring.
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7TCK, SUGGESTIONS" JmA
Clerks .of Association in
Charge of an Entertain
Major George L, Tate- today Is wear
ing a now gold signet ring, the gift of
his associates, who are acDrvclative of
his work as president of Branch No.
15, United National Association of
Postofflce Clerks. The ring was pre
sented at an entortrlnment In National
Rll.es Armory last night, C. B. Mat
thews made the presentation sySecfi.
Tho entertainment was attended by
Postmaster N. A. Morrltt. It was de
clared equal to many vaudeville pro
grams. In a "skit," entitled a "Busy
Day In Station Q," some roal postal
work was lone. Envelopes, containing
programs of tho entertainment, were
canceled with the hour. 8:30 p. m.,
statnpel upon them These were- dis
tributed liv uniformed carriers.
Kour special delivery carriers as a
quartet won loud applause for their
songs. They were directed bv Robert
Croggon. M. W. Dvonnan, of the mon
ey order division, did some tricks that
mystified the audience. Two of the
eolpred""laborera'' who are cmployod In
cleaning up Station Q stopped pushing
their brooms long enough to sing sov
E U. Haas, as a German character
comedian, furnished much fun, and
.lames E. Bond, ns a tramn. made n hit.
Miss Barbara Pauline Jones, with her
-Manas up" reaiure. pieasea every
body. Following the program, there was
Red Cross Fund Now
Almost One Million
Elated over Increasing the endowment
fund of the American Red Cross Society
to $875,000. Miss Mabel Boardman re
turned today to the national headquar
ters after a month's tour in many cities,
aiding committees In obtaining subscrip
"We hope to Increase tho fund to
$1,000,000 by the timo the International
Red Cross conference convenes here,
next May,' said Miss Boardman today.
"A fund of $2,000,000 Is our goal, but
local charity demands In many cities
nrn mnUlnif ttiA mltiflrrinMnnii ftlnw "
The endowment fund Is designed to
rumisn money ror emergency pur
poses, without waiting for popular ap
peals to bring subscriptions.
Miss Boardman says tho two Red
Cross Instruction cars, one in New York
and the other in Nashville, are doing
a great educational work among rail
road and mine employes.
Retrial of Damage Case
Doubles Jury Award
One of the largest verdicts of Its kind
ever returned In the District Supreme
Court was awarded by a Jury in Justice
Gould's branch of Circuit Court to
Mrs. Leonora C. Hill, who was given
a Judgment for $11,260, against tho
Georgetown and Tenleytown Railroad
Companv for personal injuries received
August 81, 1908, while boarding a car
near Friendship Heights, Md.
Attorneys Wilton J. Lambert and R.
H. Yeatman, who represented Mrs. H"
won a verdict of $1,500 for .their client
at a trial In 1910, but it was set aside
by the court as execesslve and a new
trial was granted. In view of this fact,
the second victory for the plaintiff Is
the more remarkable.
Mrs. Hill, who was permanently In
jured, It was claimed, was In court In
an Invalid's chair. It was shown that
prior to the accident) she earned $115 a
How to Avoid Serious
Kidney and Bladder Trouble
The serious forms of kidney or
bladder disease, such as Brlght's dis
ease, chronic rheumatism or dread
diabetes, can be easily avoided If tak
en In time. Tho following simple
formula should be taken as soon as
first symptoms are noUced: Get six
ounces best gin, add to it one-half
ounce of Murax Compound and one?
half ounce fluid extract Buchu. Take
one to two teaapoonfuls of this mix
ture after each meal and at bed Ume.
It quickly stops back pains, rheuma
tic pains In the joints, dizziness and
other well known Indications which
show weakness of these much work
The Ingredients of this formula can
be had In any well stocked drug store
and are easily mixed.
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Mrs. Dolly Noonan Locks
Self in Room and Causes
Barricading herself In her rooms on
the second floor of a two-family fiat at
l.'S0 F street northeast, Mrs. Dolly
Noonan started a disturbance this morn
ing that attracted a crowd in front of
the house and created excitement in the
Mi'j. Noonan refused to admit anyone
to her rooms, and as the police had ho
authority to enter the premises. It wan
necessary to go to the Police Court and
procure a warrant charging her with
disorderly conduct before they could
force tneir way in. She was sent to tSu
Washington Asylum Hospital for nh.
rercons passing the house about 10
o clock this morning were attracted by
Mrs. Noonan standing at the wfnrtnw
dressed In her night clothing, screaming
at ma mp ui ner voice, in a lew min
utes a crowd gathered. The police were
notified, but wren they arrived Mrs.
Noonan refused to open tho door or pet
any attention to them.
Three Foxes for $9,000.
MONCTON. N. B.. Nov. 29.-Charl
Dalton, a millionaire fox ranch owner of
Tignlah, Prince Edward Island, paid
$9,000 for three black foxes for breeding
ONE DOSE ENDS INDIGESTION, GAS,
DYSPEPSIA OR A SICK STOMACH
Relief in five minutes awaits every
man or woman who suffers
from a bad Stomach.
Why not get some now this mo
ment, and forever rid yourself of Stom
ach trouble and Indigestion? A dieted
stomach gets the blues and grumbles.
Give t a good eat, then take Pape's
Dlapcpsln to start tho digestive juices
working. There will be no dyspepsia or
belching of Gas or eructations of un
digested food; no feeling like a lump of
lead In the stomach or heartburn, sink
headache and Dizziness, and your food
will not ferment and poison your breath
with nauseous odors.
Pape's Dlapepsln costs enly no cents
for a large case at any drug store here,
The $5,000 Kind.
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LONDON, Nov. SB. Notwithstanding
constant denials by First Lord Of the
Admiralty Churohlll, the consensus of
opinion here today Is that the shake-up
In the British navy has resulted from
the dtsoovery that Great Britain's sea
forces are In a sad condition.
The general supposition Is that the
older naval officers, who were retired.
had failed to keep abreast of the times,
arm mat unurcnui ana nis aavisers de
cided to replace them with younger men,
who are fresh from service afloat.
Admiral Sir Francis Charles Bridge
man, commander-in-chief of the home
fleet, replaces Admiral of the Fleet Sir
Arthur Knyvet Wilson; Vice Admiral
Prince Louis of Battenberg Is second
sea lord, succeeding Vice Admiral Sir
George Le Clerc Egerton, and 'Capt.
William C. Pakenham, commander of
the battleship Colllngwood, becomes
fourth sea lord, replacing Rear Admiral
Charles Edward Madden.
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HUNTSVILLE, Ala., Nov. 29. The
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and will relieve the most cbstlnate case
of Indigestion and Upset Stomach In
There is nothing else better to take
Gas from Stomach and cleanse the
rtomacb and Intestines, and, besides,
one single dose will digest and prepare
for assimilation Into the blood all your
food the same as a sound, healthy stom
ach would do It.
When Dlapepsln works, your stom
ach rests gets Itself In order, cleans
up and then you feel like eating when
you come to tho table, and what you
eat will do you good.
Absolute relief from all Stomach
Misery Is waiting for you as soon as
you decide to take a little Dlapepsln.
Tell your druggist that you want
Pape's Dlapepsln, because you want to
become thoroughly cured this time.
Remember, if your stomach feels
out of order and uncomfortable now,
you can get relief In five minutes.
91x large rooms.
Press brick fronts.
Electric and gaa
Steel beam con
struction. Double rear porch
Extra large closets.
Planed and polished
No, 4109 7th at.
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511 K Street N. E.
Open and Lighted Ereningi Until 9 O'Clock
Three Styles to Chose From.
Don't Fail to Inspect Today.
The Biggest Bargains Ever Offered in This
25 Sold JO Left
Hot-water Heat Hardwood Finish
Come Out Today
H. R. Howenstein Go.,
' 1314 F Street N. W.
Will Bay One of These
That's the situation in a nutshell. You have but to ask your
self tht question, "Do I want one?"
..But you have no right to ask this question until you see
these homes, note .their superb surroundings, the character of
construction, the exterior designing, inside and outside inside
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That's all ii requires to buy one of these homes after the
first small cash payment. All interest is included in this $32.50.
The full purchase price is but $4,500 and for such a home.
To see them is the first step towards getting your money's
worth from your rent money. And there's no better opportunity
to take this step than tomorrow Thanksgiving Day.
TO INSPECT Take Ninth Street cars to Park Road; walk
one square east to Warder Street and one square north to Newton
street, or telephone Main 2-3-4-5, our selling agents, who will be
pleased to put their automobile service at your command.
MIDDAUGH & SHANNON (Inc.),
Builders and Owners
SHANNON & LUCHS, 5S&
713 14th Street N. W.
' "Look for Our Green and White Sign."
Room Into the Parlor.
From Front Bed Room.