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Tm WASHINGTON TDEES, TUESDAY, MAT 21, 1912.
HORSE THIEVES IN
The experiences of Mr. MAKE-IT-RIGHT will appear in the columns of WE WASHINGTON
TIMES. Don't miss reading a one of them. They arc interesting and you can profit by them.
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Colonel Steever Sends War
Department Message Tell
t ing of Danger.
Memorial, Long Sought by
Southerners, to Be Placed
News Notes of Persons! and
Events in Rockville
for a Day.
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TVhlle the State) and War Depart
rotitB dallv continue to give out re
ports s.-o(Ttnsj at the Idea of American
Intervention In Mexoco, massages con
tinue to reach here Indicating that the
troops on oatrol duty along; the Rio
Ornndo are apprehensive of trouMe.
A teliRrum from Colonel Steever,
commanding the TaxaB guard on the
border, was received bv the adjutant
general of the army today telling of
renewed h)3tlllt!es near the line which
threaten complications wblcb may in
volve this Government In serious fash
ion. Colonel Steaver says be has been
watching the movements of tho federal
troops who are concentrating columns
of troops in northern Mexlc o danger
ously close to American territory. It Is
vnderstood the Madera forces contem
plate attacking Jiiatrz and routing tho
rebel body encamped there. Ho addH
that he will continue to keep In close
touch with the situation, and keep au
thorities here Informed of every now
Advices From Steever.
Colonel Stecver's telegram follows:
"'Just returned from Fnbcns, Tex.,
thirty miles southeast of El Paso, and
nearly opposite Guadalupe, Mexico. The
Mexican federals from tho direction of
OJInajra attacked San Ignaclo, which la
east of Guadalupe, Sunday night, and
met llttli) resistance. Tho federals at
tacked Guadalupe about noon Monday
and captured same with llttla difficulty.
The federal advance guard under com
mand of Major Sanchsz. numbers 150
men. followed by tho main body, num
bering: more than 6M.
"The hebels sent Kast from Juarez
today a force of nearly 200 to retake
Guadalupe. Could see their dust as
they moved eastward. Two hours
later this rebel column was rapidly
returning towards Juarez.
"Have nlaced a company of Infantry
and a troop of Cavalry at Fabens' to
vrevent violation of the neutrality
laws. Have been watching this move
ment from OJinaga for several weeks.
Fight With Indians.
At the State Department today It
was reported that In the south of
Mexico a small engagement Is said
to have occurred between the fed
orals and Juchltecos Indians near
Juchttan In which the federals had
the advantage. Conditions In Oaxaca
and Tamaullpas seem to.be bad ac
cording to officials dispatches. The
commander of the federal forces sta
tioned at Nogales has been arrested
nt Hermoslllo charged with com
plicity in a revolutionary plot Insti
gated by political exiles In Nogales.
Arizona. Twenty-three officials and
private citizens were arrested at
Maedalena on a similar charge. In
the State or Ensenada conditions re
Of the 127 refugees who boarded
the Buford at Sallna Cruz, twenty
seven are said to have come from
New Cabinet for Chile.
The State Department was today in
formed that a new cabinet had been
(strong coalition of the liberal-democratic
and conservative parties. The port
folio of the department of the interior
has been given to Guillermo rtivera,
Eenator from Valparaiso, and that of
foreign affairs to Joaquin Flgueroa,
one of the senators from Santiago.
Sought for more than fifty years by
Southerners who would keep It as one
of the great memorials of the South, the
original seat of the Confederacy haH at
last been found in the possession of
Rear Admiral Thomas O. Selfrldge, U.
S. N retired, at his home In this city.
Rear Admiral Selfrldge has permitted
the seal to be taken to Richmond, Va.,
where It Is nov locked in a vault at the
Jefferson Hotel. During the latter part
of the time that It has been sought by
natives of the Southland the great seal
has been snugly encased In a safe In
tho Selfrldge residence, 1S67 Kalorama
It Is the purpose of the Richmond
residents having at heart the desire to
preserve the relic to have It Identified
by the English firm which manufac
tured it. After this identification the
seal will be placed permanently In some
Richmond Institution, where it can be
viewed by the public.
In turning the seal over to the Vir
ginians, Admiral Selfrldge gave them
a letter attesting to Its authenticity and
the manner in yhlch it came into his
The possession of the seal was traced
to Admiral Selfrldge through records
found In the Library of Congress.
These records show that the great me
morial of the Confederacy was removed
by a clerk In the Confederate State
Department from Richmond when thu
city was evacuated.
The seal and valuable papers were af
terward sold to the United States Gov
ernment through Col. John T. Pickett
in 1S72 for 175,000. and Selfrldge acted
as agent for the Government in re
ceiving them at Hamilton, Ontario. In
recognition of his services on that oc
casion tho seal was presented to Self
rldge. SAYS 2,000 CHURCHES
HAVE NO MINISTERS
ROCICVJIXK. Md.. May 21.-Horse
thlevt'B are displaying cons'derablo acti
vity In this vicinity. Sunday night Dr.
Barrett Wilson had a fine horse stolen
front hts stable on his farm near Rook
vllle, and today John Magaha. a farmer
of Potomac district, notified Sheriff
Howard that a valuable animal had
litfn taken from a field on his farm.
A few nights ago, some orm was detected
trving to break Into a stable on the
farm of M. Donaldson Knight, near
Rockvlllo, hut was frightened away.
Vlic county authorities ate hard at
uorlc oudeavorlng to And a clue to the
Funeral services for Mrs. Genevra
Rlckott. wife of Leonldas Klcketls. of
this plaoc. who dlod Mondav mornlnif,
will be held In St. Mary's Catholic
rhurch hero at 10:30 o'olock tomorrow
nornlng. Mrs. RIcketts was sixty-three
years old. She Is survived by her hus
narid and thro sons Raymond. Emory,
nnd Albert RIcketts, and a sifter, Mrs.
Presbyterian Assembly Hears
Startling Assertion' by
LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 21.-That
there are 2,000 pastorless churches in
the Presbyterian denomination was the
assertion made by Dr. Joseph Wilson
Cochran, secretary of the board of
education, to the general assembly to
day. Dt. Cochran appealed for better finan
cial support of the ministers, declaring
that young men would not ceiard the
ministry as a man's job until the
church paid a man's wages.
"We are gaining barely enough men
to supply the church," he said. ''In
calling for more men we are calling for
heroes who must face starvation
One result of merging the ministerial
relief and ministerial sustcnation funds
Is expected to be that annuities as high
as $500 can be paid to ministers out of
service, whereas ' the maximum has
been $300. The project to ralBe a fund
of $10,000,000 to provide adequate pen
sions will be pushed.
T-Tdgar Padgett, aged twenty-five years,
h mubablv fatal! v Inlurtd In an ac-
Idrnt In a quarry near Dlckerson a few
tlhvs agn. Two-fielght cars, whlrh had
ieen irii manning on a s'Qinc leauing
fiom tho Baltimore and Ohio tracks in
to tho nuatry, were in om unknown
manner Btaitod down the tiuck, which
inclines toward th5 quarry. Padgett
was at work in the quarry loading
stone on u car, nnd bofore any una
c-uuld warn him of his danger the run
away cars crashed Into the car he was
on. Padgett had one nrm crushed bo
badly that it had to be amputated, one
eye was thrust out, and he sustained
painful anil scilous bruises and lacora
tlons about his head, face, and other
paits of the body. He Is now In a
A license has been issued here for
tho marriage of Earle Edward Datigh
tun 'md Miss R Eleanor Pjl', both
New suits have been filed In the cir
cuit court her as follows: Harry O.
Beard and others agalnrt Johr G.
Beard, for xals of land: Walter H.
White against Kdward O. Henderson, on
account; Samuel J. CoUlnsgru against
Ira H. Jon-is, to forclose mortgage,
Efjlneer Brothers against Ira H. Jones,
on note. ,
in the Back
A simple rubbing with this won
derful Oil gives quick relief. It
penetrates through the-pores of the
6km to the place that hurts and
stops the pain. Trial bottle ioc.
The Spring Road Properties
You Can Get It
This warm weather
will hatch out great
quantities of Clothes
Moth eggs and the
grubs will immediately
proceed to work havoc
with furs or wool goods.
Protect your garments
Tarine Moth Bags
And Moth Sheets
Or the WHITE PINE
Goods afford perfect
protection, if you follow
directions, and the cost is
"Everything a Home Should Be."
AFTER you are through in
specting the Spring
Road Properties, go
outside and take a good
look at the surroundings the loca
tion. Do this, and you will desire the
ownership of one of these elegant
homes for a two-fold reason.
Tma i 5500 Ca8&
lerms1 $38 Per Month
(which payi dliectly on tbs home. Including all interest.)
TO INSPECT Take any Fourteenth Street car rolnc north.
Get off at Fourteenth and Spring Rad and you are right at th
homes only a few minutes' ride from center of city.
We sell large Over
coat Size Bags, So
inches long by
Other sizes In proportion.
Large- Sheets of Tar
ine Paper; size C I
40x48. Each 31 I
R. P. Andrews
A FMALLEIt CASH PATMENT
will be accepted from those who do not nnd It convenient to Immediately transfer $500
cash Into one of the Spring Road properties. All that Is required in sucb cass Is a
umall increase of the amount of the monthly payments.
Shannon & Luchs
713 14th St. N. W.
"Look for our Green and White Slpn."
It Pays Confectioners
And drugglits to order our
Freezing Salt and Flavoring
Extracts, Quality always
dependable PRICES RIGHT
Call us up.
IffNO CONSUMERS SUPPLIED.
B. B. EAKNSHAW & BRO.
Wholesalers, 11th and M Sts. S. E.
Under Government Supervision.
THE MIGHTY NIAGARA
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Is composed of tiny raindrops
and vast fortunes are built up
out of pennies. Save your pen
nies and you will soon have
dollars; save your dollars and
you will soon have hundreds.
We pay 3 compound inter-
est on Savings Accounts.
Home Savings Bank
7th St. and Mass. Ave. N. W.
7th & H Sts. N. E. 436 7th St. S. W.
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