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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1912.
TO COUNT VOTES AT
His Faction Wins
Costello Faction Apparently
in Lead Victory for
M mini's of the Democratic central
committee of tho District met thlii after
noon at o'clock In tht Ouray bullil
Inu nl began canvaasInK election i
turns from tho primary of yesterday.
Ilij convention will bo held tomorrow
'niornlinr at 11 o'clock. In the old MaBonlo
Temple. Tho coatullo party norms to
huve control or tho situation, though
lli'nioiB are rlfs or a comblnutlou be
tween the Newman faction, the Carr-liarr-Bsntoii
faction, und some of the
On t'if returiH :ib mado. It Is known
.unofficially that Walter CobIlIIo elected
ih'i men In at least twelve of the twen-ty-twD
voting districts, and his ticket
r.iay ho .-e been siiccehsful In lliree more,
fn which no announcement has come
?iom the .lutlgen of election. The Cos
'llo tli'lcgatc? arc suppopod to be for
lEpcakcr C'laik "first, last, und all the
Doesn't Admit Defeat.
Edwin A. Nowmnn, who carried five
plstrlcls, made a btatcment this morn
(Imt In which he nays he docs not con
(ceUe victory to the Costello faction.
Mr. Newman wishes to deny that he
la contemplating tying up with anyone
jto beat Instructions for Champ Clark,
but all his active followers are assert
ing that this Is likely to be attempted.
iSome of these pointed out today that
a number of the elected Costello dele
gates have always been against Instruc
tions for anyone, and that they have
stated In recent hours they are against
Instructions. The men concerned say
they will Vote for Champ Clark Instruc
tions. Formal protest against the way the
primary was conducted In one or more
districts Is likely to he filed by the Car
Darr crowd this afternoon, It Is stated,
and If the central committee does not
support the protest an appeal will bo
itaken to the floor of the convention, It
WTun the central committee was as
sembling this afternoon many were
ready to predict a split at the conven
tion tomorrow, with rival delegations
go)ng to Baltimore as a result, each
claiming ' to represent tho District
I Clark headquarters and Walter Cos
tello are jubilant over yesterday's re
isult, and are loud In asserting the
aoyaity or their men.
The Carr-Parr-Benton men curried otto
voting district yesterday and the Har
mon men another. These were the
iTwenty-second and the Ninth, respec
tively. No Official Figures.
Until the central committee meets and
fepes over the returns, no official figures
will be given out, according to J. Fred
jKelley, chairman of the central com
ptttee, to whom the Judges made their
eturns last night. Kelley received these
eturns not In the headquarters in the
id Masonic Temple, as first announced,
ui in nis omce in tne uuray Building,
'he Costello faction protested violently
t this, and again when Mr. Kelley re
used to open and count the ballots
pr to give out tne results as complied
by the Judges.
, Roberf-E. Mattingly, a Costello leader
present, asserted that the subelectlon
committee of seven of the central com
mittee, all of whom were present at the
kime. had been authorized by tho cen
tral committee to canvass the vote. But
Kelley stood firm and the boxes remain
'unopened, while the clerks' returns are
nlso held offlclallv secret.
' The ballot boxes of two districts soent
he night under poltoe guard. At Sev-
nth and u streets southwest, the Bev
nteonth district polling place was at-
acked by u crowd of men of both fac-
lons, and a struggle started for posses
sion of the ballot boxes, which the
udges were about to take to the Ouray
Julldlng. The police Interfered and car
led off the ballot boxes themselves.
Crowd Invades Booth.
A similar occurence made the Elev
enth district polling place noteworthy.
This polling place, which was at COO
Eleventh street southwest, was Invaded
about 15 minutes before the polls were
due to close at 8, by a crowd of 100
men, said to be Costello adherents, who
were making a last-minute attempt to
carry the district. It was impossible
for as many as were present to vote in
the short time that remained. A fight
to get at the ballot box started, ana
the police prevented what would have
been a riot. .. . .
The ponce carried on tnis Danoi dox
also. Later In the evening R. E. Mat
tingly went to police headquarters anu
Induced Lieutenant Flather to bring
these two pollce-guaroea Danoi noxes
to Kelley's office In the Ouray Building.
Kelley lb alleged to have refused to
receive them and the police officer took
the boxes away again.
They will be brougnt to tne meeting
jot the' central committee this afternoon.
Photo by ldmonston.
WALTER J. COSTELLO.
About 6,000 votes were cast yesterday.
This Is more than some and a great
many less than others predicted.
Unofficial i eturns on, the various pre
cinct voting yesterday stand as follows:
First District Costello, 376; Newman,
Second Distrlct-Costello, 411; New
man, 'JOl; Darr-Carr-Benton, 2:1....
Third Dlsti let Costello. 117; Newman,
"4, and the Harmon element, 63.
Fourth, District Costello, 270; New
man. HI; Darr-Carr-Benton. 4S.
Fifth District Costello, 120; Newman.
Sixth Distrlct-Costello, 103.
Seventh Distrlct-Costello. 222; New
Eighth Distrlct-Costello, 12G; New
man. 16; Darr-Carr-Benton. 126.
Ninth Distrlct-Costello, 59; Newman,
6; Harmonltes. 111".
Tenth District Costello, 136: Newman,
63: Darr-Carr-Benton, 20.
Eleventh District Ballot box at po
lice headquarters; votes uncounted.
Twelfth "Distrlct-Costello, 376; New
Thirteenth Distrlct-Costello, 23;
Fourteenth District Judges refused to
give out unofficial statement.
Fifteenth Distrlct-Costello, 301; New
man, 109; Harmonltes. 90.
Sixteenth Distrlct-Costello. 121; New
man. 162; Darr-Carr-Benton. 94.
Seventeenth DIsti let Ballot box at
police headquarters; vote uncounted.
Eighteenth Distrlct-Costello, 2J1;
Nineteenth Distrlct-Costello, 29j;
Newman, 1S9; Darr-Carr-Benton. 58.
Twentieth Distrlct-Costello, 233;
N'Mvnun, 58; Darr-Carr-Benton, 76.
Twenty-first District Judges refused
to give out statement.
Twenty-second Distrlct-Costello. IS";
Newman, ill, and Darr-Carr-Benton, 191.
Fire in Bay State.
MILLIS, Mass., May 28. The night
force of employes at the factory of the
United Cork and Seal Company here
was driven out early today by the ex
plosion of a gasolene machine, follow
ed by a fire which did an catlmaud
damage of $75,000. Outside towns sent
aid to check the fire, which was under
control two hours later.
MARCH IN KNIGHTS'
PARADE ON JUNE 8
Plans Now Under
Way for Gala
With the unveiling of the Columbus
Memorial but eleven days away, final
plana for the big event are being made.
The massive parade, In which thousands
will take part, begins at the exact mo
ment the unveiling services start. To
day It was decided that all local Knights
of Columbus, other than thoue compos
ing tho fourth degree, will wear blucscrgo
clothes, straw hats, and black shoes.
The fourth degree knights, headed by
Thomas Fllnn, of Chicago, will be
dressed In gray trousers, frock coats,
gray gloves, gray ties, silk hats, "black
'shoes and each will carry a sword.
Washington Knights will head the
section. There are five councils In the
District, and the grand knight of each
wilt bo at the lead of his respectlvo
group. Dr.' J. A. Mudd will be at the
head of ,the representation from Wash
ington Codncll; Charles AV. Daxr, Keane
Council: William J. 'Mcdee, Carrolt
Council; n. A, Curtln, Potomac Coun
cil, and William' P. Normoyle, Spalding
Among tho officers in the District who
will tako prominent parts In the pa
rade aro John H. Pellen and William
P, Normoyje, district deputies; Edward
L. Tucker, State secretary; James A.
Duval!, Stato treasurer; Vincent A.
Sheehy, Stale advocate; Redmond De
Viiner. State warden: tho Rev P. Ji
O'Connell, Stale rhaplaln. Edward P.
Harrington, State deputy, will head the
The program for the unveiling is com
plete with the single exception that the
clergyman who Is to, pronounco the bene
diction has not yet been named. It Is
expected that a selection will bo made
either this afternoon or tomorrow.
Joy Rider Is Given
Six Months' Sentence
Jesse Maloy, twenty-two years old,
charged with taking an automobile
belonging to Harry Frledlander, by
whom he was employed, and using It
fqr a "Joy riding" expedition, was
sentenced to serve six months In Jail,
pay a fine of $1, or serve an extra
six months In default of the pay
ment, In the Police Court this morn
ing. oung Maloy pleaded guilty. Cen
tral Office Detective Qornwell told
the court that he caught Maloy Satur-
day night after on exciting chase.
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A. LISNER Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. G STREET
By Dr. Ralph Martin Saaael
"My 'Eye Talks' have been
made with the view of education
to show that the eye is hot neces
sarily diseased because requiring
glasses a lens to assist the
vision, saving strain and break
down. Yesterday my talk demon
strated that the optometrist was
the one to assure you of the
glasses needed. Today I Invite
an Interview and ask you to ap
point a time. Phone Main 4340.
R. M. SAMUEL,
Office In first floor balcony.
Thursday Decoration Day Holiday
Children Cry for Fletcher's
'The Kind You Have Always Bought has borno the signa
ture of Chns. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
Eorsonal supervision for over 80 years. Allow no ono
deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
" Just-aH-good" aro but experiments, and endanger the
, health of Children Experience agalnat Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
corlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It contains neither
Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It de
stroys Worms and allays Feverlshness. For more than
thirty years it has been in constant use for tho relief of
Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Trou
bles andDlarrhcea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,
nssimilatcs the Fond, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of
The Home Flag SMp
The 6-foot size home Flag with
sewed stripes, guaranteed fast
colors, A real U. S. Hag not
the printed makeshift that wilts
in sun or rain.
Parade Flags . . .
Each mounted on varnished
staff with gilt spearhead; size
7xll inches, 2 for 5c; size 12x
16, 5c; size 14x23, 10c; size
Plates, 6c dozen; Knives and Forks, 4c each; Spoons, 10c dozen;
Baskets, with coyer, 25c; Lunch Baskets, 25c; Saucepans,;?, 7c;
Drinking Glasses, each, lc; Wax Paper, 24 sheets, 5c; Napkins
The above mentioned are on Basement Floor.
Fourth Floor for hammocks, straw seats at 3 for 5c.
1 1 Slff
First Floor Balcony for the books told of
Late Copyrights, now only, 50c
In Use For Over 30 Years
THIS CINTAUK COMPANY. NKW VOUK OITT.
Waar Smaller Shoes, Larger Smiliij
go' stops se
corn a sec
ond s time
t o otgrowths
c a 1 1 o u ses,
ever grew on
r I d d a nee
P I a g u e d
thing g o est
Kvery time I
"Bingo'" enables lots of folks 10 wear
size 'smaller shoes size larger smiles.
Makes foot smooth as a whistle shoe
slips on bo easily, painlessly, you forget
you ever had foot trouble.
"Bingo" shrinks tho corn, loosens it
down to the root's end out It comes
Jubt like that! Doesn't hurt healthy tis
sue. Bingo's as different from usual
"corn cures" as night from day. Get
it and see.
Coati 2&c worth more. At druKglats", or
tent direct by DennUon Pharmacol Co., Ill
Kn Dearborn Ht , Chicago. III. Sold in this
city by Affleck Two Huay Drdg Storey,
WA CS street and 15th nnd F streets, Chris
tlanl Drug Co., K. 9th street ri AV.; People's
Drue Co.. cor. 7th and Mast, ave N". W
VBBBV Jt!4aBH BBlBlhRMl
Polarine is an economical
motor oil because it lubri
cates so thoroughly.
You get the full working
value from every drop then
it bums up cleanly, and you
have no trouble with carbon.
A Girl of the Llmberlost.
The Story of Thyrza, .
In the Morning Glow.
The Green Mouse.
A Gentle Knight of Old Brand
enburg. Friendship Village Love Stories.
Wcstover of Wanalah.
The Castle Builders.
Tho Well In the Desert.
The Tracer of Lost Persons.
The Tree of Heaven.
The "Wonder" Trunk, $ 1 .75 Looks Worth $7.75
$1-24 ljjp,-i JPH"
Sot J In
Katy to Handlm
For Sale Eoerywherm
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(Incorporated la Nw Jtttmj)
Traveling Trunks. Canvas Cov
ered, iron bottom, brass
lock and tray
Travel Ins Trunks, canvas cov
ered, fiber bound, brass trimmed,
linen lined, best lock, heavv
catches, leather straps, flje QfT
two trays and.vliat bos. jDOtu t
Vulcanized Fiber Travel Inn
Trunks, 36-Inch, heavy brags cor
ners, excelsioivlock, heavy bolts,
linen lined, 'two trays,
hat box, two leather t"l O Art
Dress TrunkB. round corriers, 38
Inch. three-nlv veneer, riveted,
linen llnd. hat box. two trays,
two leather straps, patent brass
Iock, neavy cast bolts
Canvas Covered Steamer Trunks,
with Iron bottom and'brass (PO rTt
trimmings, with inside traytDaSs! D
Club Bags. 16-inch imitation
Alligator, linen lined, Cj- nrj
extra deep D1I
Club Bag "lC
English Club Bags, genuine
heavy cowhide, deep cut. leather
lined, band sewed, brass 04 QfJ
lock jyid catches Ort.tI
Suit Cases. 24-inch, genuine cow
hide, steel frame, hand jQ Qrr
sewed, with leather straps tDD.tl
Fiber Suit Case, 22-Inch
size, illustrated above,
The Club Bag, with steel Q7n
frame, brass lock and catches 1 1
The 1 9 J. I D. Pyles Stores
Sell You High Quality Groceries At Prices That
Save You One fourth Of Your Grocery Dollar
W. L. DOUGLAS
and sells more $3.00,
83.50 and 4.00 shoes
than anyother manu
facturer In the world
One pair of VV. L. Douglas
$2.00 or $2.50 Boys' shoes
wlU positively outwear
two pairs ol other makes.
W. L. Dougla&;$3.O0&$3.50
shoes are worn by millions of
men, because they are the
best shoes in the world for
the prioe. They are the lead
W. L. Douglas $4.00, $4.50
and $5.00 shoes equal Cus
tom Bench Work costing
$6.00 to $8.00.
Why does W.L-Douglas make and
sell more $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
shoes than any other manufacturer
in the world?
BECAUSE : he stamps his name
and price on the bottom and guar
antees the value, which protects
the wearer against high prices and
inferior shoes of other makes.
BECAUSE : they are the most eco
nomical and satisfactory ; you can
save money by wearing W. L.
BECAUSE: they have no equal for
style, fit and wear. Don't take a
substitute for W.L.Douglas shoe?
, If joor dealer cnnot supply W. L. Douglss ioei, write TV. L. DougUs, Brockton, Mail.,
(or catalog. Shoes sent ererj where dellrery charges prepaid. Vatt CfUr JCytUtt uitd.
CallatW.L.DouKlasStor: .905 Pennsylvan.aAv.. N.W.
"There's a Store in Your Neighborhood
5 packages Eagle brand Macaroni or Spaghetti for. 25c
Fancy Boneless Bacon, per lb 16c
Best brand Hams, per lb 15V2C
Fresh Eggs, per dozen 20c
Pound Cake, per lb 12y2c
Sunset Evap. Milk, per can 4c & 7Y2c
20c cans Golden Spray Peaches, per can 16c
1 2c cans Apple Butter, per can 8c
Quart Bottles Grape Juice, per bottle 30c
5c bottles O'Mailey's Shoe Polish, per bottle 2c
Ginger Snaps, per lb 7c
15c cans Kippered Herring, per can 10c
Fresh Creamery Butter, per lb 30c
Fancy New Potatoes, per peck 70c
The J. T. D. Pyles Stores
All Jver Town 19 Grocery Stores
412 Fourth Street Southeast.
014 Eleventh Street Southeast.
12 Good Hope noad, Anscoatla.
Four-nnd-llnlf and O Sta. S. W.
fourth and II Street Northeast.
Third St. and Maryland Ave. N. IS.
11 Seventh Street Northeast.
Did V Street Northeust.
t'ilteenth and Q Sta. Northeast.
Give your Order at any of the above stores and the Express
man will deliver it, large or small, for 10c.
020 Ia. Ave. N. W.
1438 P Street Northwest.
314 II Street Northvreat.
Sixth and II Strceta Northrfeat.
New Jersey Ave. and II St. N. W.
8338 M Street Northvrent.
BS2 Park Road Northwest.
1405 Park Road Northwest.
1T14 Fourteenth St. N. W.
1420 Seventh Street Northwest.
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HJCHI vA nil LJJj !. y Jjlt.
Hats, $3.98Dresses, $4.98-Parasols, $1.00
Long Chamoisette Gloves 25c Long Handle Handbags 49c
The picture should tell youthat some of the dresses are SfO value and the hats worth $5.00 and
more. The parasols, gloves, and bags are equally good bargains. Logical enough The Times readers
are always told of the best bargain spots.
Look Worth $25
Why Pay More?
Parisian Jewelry Samples of
the agent who lately returned to
Europe. "Summer Jewelry"
the kind worn by those who own
expensive jewelry, but not willing
to risk it when traveling. See
table full of these samples the
exact center of the store.
The New Belts
and up to 75c
The best of White Wash Belts.
Unlike jewelry, the belt has to be
best or be detected. Note the.
webbing and the pearl buckles to
these belts and you'll under
stand that to make the jewelry
real, such belts have to be worn.