Newspaper Page Text
V '" -V! (
"t J " - -
V 'P'tt - j ' r -v -A ""
, -- .Tfr
THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THUKSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912.
t J '' KVl 4.' i" T9-
DISTRICT IS LOSER
SUNDRY CIVIL LAW
Auditor's -Estimate Shows
How New Bill Will Cut
. Down Funds Here.-
As the result of the provision In the
undry civil bill requiring; the refund by
the District to the United States
Treasury of the sum of "G3,&W.a for the
care of District Indigent patients at the
Government Asylum for ,the Insane,'
from 1881 to 1911. the District will have
available for appropriations., 219,867.f
less a year for the next seven years,
according; to estimates today by the
Not only will the District be required
to pay the sum of S769.SS4.09 from Us
local revenues, but In deducting; one
seventh of this amount annually from
Its estimated. Income as a "fixed
charge," It will be prevented from ob
taining; a like sum from Congress, un
der the half-and-half system. In other
words, the provision In the sundry bill
prevents the District from spending;
769,C3.09 ,of Its own money and an
equal amount that would have been ob
tained from Congress, or a total of
11,53,072.18 for the next seven years.
The Commissioners base their esti
mates on the nnnual income of the
District less certain "fixed charges"
In which repayment for the oare of Its
Indigent Insane will now be Included.
The law provides that the annual ap
propriations for the District shall not
exceed twice the amount of Its rev
The bill docs not provide for the meth
od of payment. Originally It was pro
vided that It should be .paid In seven
annual Installments, but 'the provision
wag stricken out on the .floor of the
House or a point of order. Following
a conference between the Commission
era and Auditor Tweedale It was de
cided to adhere to the original plan.
The first payment of 1109,93X7. will be
made this year.
Final hearings on the estimates will
begin tomorrow. Conferences will be
held between the Hoard of Education,
the board of trustees of the Public Li
brary, and the oBard of Charities. It
Is expected the hearings will be con
cluded bv Monday or Tuesday, the law
requiring: that the estimates be In the
hands of the Secretary of the Treasury
sot later than Octsber 15.
The Hoard of Charities, It Is under
stood, will ask for an appropriation of
approximately $1,3)0,000. Among the Im
portant Items under consideration are
an appropriation of $60,000 with which,
to begtn the cctt-tructlon of a new city
hospital to cost 1300,000 and a tug and
several barges for use In connection
with the workhouse at Occoquan.
The. estimates of the Board of Educa
tion probably will be In the neighbor
hood of $3,000,000. In accordance with a
provision of law the estimates are not
made public until they are submitted to
Woman's League to Meet.
A meetlnr of the District of Columbia
section of the Woman's National Demo
cratic League will be held at Wilson
Marshall headquarters, in the Southern'
building, tonight. The doors will be
open to the public after 8:15. J. Martin
Williams, reading clerk of the House,
and Daniel O'Connell Callaghan will
THE TIMES AND THE WORLD'S SERIES
It will furnish its readers with the greatest special service that was ever given to a national sporting event
All Ready For
The tremendous interest in
the work of the Washington
baseball team during the sea
son just closing conyinced The
Times the Washington baseball
readers would demand and
appreciate the best possible ser
vice that could be had in the
of the World's Series
games in New York and Boston.
It was no sooner convinced
of this fact than it set about to
make this service possible, and
' negotiations v. ere concluded to
day which assure a service so
remarkable for ability and
variety that it has never been
equaled in covering
1 BSRrl?fiS9R9V! : V. J IdSKtf&F.JimtwBiKmmmsrsmm '
' -Hilllwi--HH '
Li-MG-Ki3fKTO" ,vk? u-::i0Mrr7?y$ci;r;i .'h&6 - - : - ,
gV7T.sM!-uiiiiH-im'Tr ." -'-------i ;
I 2B'gHHHHW?MHHHHHKS. f " BHHHHHHHMM1 '
ggiiiiBSsnaVntnnr;ic - - v gggH
giiH-EgiH ggHTtgiis WifflUi- i
gSgBBrY v WFgsB?llBBBH I
lBgBgBgBKBgBasgBgBgBgBgBgBgBV3' gTgTgTgTgTgTgTgTgTsTgTgTgTgTgTgTgTgTB TgTt7T!gTgTgTgTgTgTgTgTHH0gTgTgTHK!'aTgl
lsssssBBBBBBBBtBBBVwks BgV9giiiBgiHgiiiiiiiH I
BUCKET SHOP MEN '
TO FACE COURT HERE
Two Dozen, Arrested in .Seven
Cities, To Be Arraigned
Two doxen alleged bucketshop keep
ers and employes who were arrested. In.
the raids In soven cities on April 1, 1910,
will be arraigned before Justice Slat
for' In Criminal Court No. 1 tomorrow.
District Attorney Clarence n. Wilson
Intends to push the casse for trial with
jn the next few weeks If the defendants
plead not guilty.
The firm of E. S. Boggs & Co., of
Jersey City, entered pleas of guilty
about a year ago and paid fines aggre
gating 18,100, but the other defendants.
Including William B. ITlce & Co.. Ed:
ward Altemus, Louis Cella and Angelo
Cella, attacked the validity of the In
dictments returned against them, and
their contention was sustained by Jus
in Trolley Crash on
tice Wright, who In turn was reversed
by the District Court, of Appeals.
Because of the litigation over the
validity .Of the Indictments, the defend
ants have not beeb arraigned. ,
ONLY FOUR JURORS
FOR ETTOH'S TRIAL
SALEM, Mass., Oct. 1 Four Juror
hail been chosen for the trial of Jo
seph Ettor, Arturo Qlovannlttl, and Jo
seph Caruso, charged' with being re
sponsible for the murder of Annie Lo
l.lzto during the, Lawrence textile strike
of last "winter, .when the venire of 0
talesmen became exhausted late yester
day, and Judge Qulnn ordered an ad
journment of the case to October li
on that-day-a-new panel of 350 men will
City Marshal Patrick J. Lehan has re
ceived a telegram from Vincent St.
John, of the Industrial Workers of the
World, a,t Chicago. In Which it wa al
leged that a conspiracy had been made
against the life of William D. Hay-
Chief Lehan assured Haywood that he
would receive- the same protection that
would be given to any other citizen.
The Times World's Series Staff
The National's premier pitcher will write every
day his impression of the game from the pitch
ers' standpoint Exclusive in The Times.
The Times' baseball editor will write an analyti
cal story of the game and point out the vital
plays and misplays. TExclusive in The Times.
Grantland Rice .
The Times' baseball paragrapher whose column
has been a daily feature will write of the series
in his usual entertaining fashion Exclusive in
Great falls. Line
THREE MEN PERISH
IN TENEMENT FIRE
Policeman Making Rescues Has
Uniform Burned Off His
NEW YOrtK, Oct. 'X Three men were
burned to death', another was fatally In
jured, and forty other men, women, and
children were thrown Into a panic by a
Are earlv today In the five-story tene
ment. 167 East Fourth street.
The dead Include Harrv Herman, a
boarder, and two' unidentified.
Benjamin Ooblltr, aged nineteen, was
so badly burned he was taken to Belle
Policeman Sheehsn. who was one of
the first to reach the scene, had hts
uniform burned off.
Most of the women and children took
refuge on the flre escapes, and were car
ried to safety.
VL av 9 'v9BBBiBgB4raBk jc rf' $ &Tvagggrat gggggggggggggggggggV m
. 'g l g "Vg BK4 W B g Bt
vissjift'i r b---f
HELPS MRS. STORY
IN D. A. R CONTEST
Administration Will Have no
Candidate for President-General.
Announcement by Mrs. Matthew (T.
Scott, president-general of the Daugh
ter ot the American Revolution, that
tha administration will have no candi
date at the Continental Congres next
spring to succeed herself ha served to
strengthen the hopes of the follower
of Mrs. William Cummlng Story, ot
New York, and' somewhat to depress
the partisan ot Mr. John Milter Ilor
ton. of Buffalo, many of whom be
lieved that Mrs..Horton would get Mrs.
Scott' aid. The follower of Mrs. La
Verne Noyes, of Chicago, also believed
that their favorite wo to get tha ad
ministration rot en bloo when the
daughter once more "mobilize on the
Mrs. Scott made her announcement at
a meeting of the national board of the
daughter at Continental Hall, saying:
"Bo many have asked me a to my
preference for president-general that I
think the time has come to make a
statement of my position.
No Dealt to Dictate.
"I do not consider It within the prov
ince of the president-general to nomi
nate or indorse or In any way indicate
a preference for her successor to this
"Any member of the society has' a
perfect right to become a csndldate
and all member of the society have
Makes the Hair Grow
And Scalp Itch Vanish
Every Woman Can Have Charming Hair Full of Life
and Lustre by Using Parisian Sage Hair Tonic 50 cts.
Look out for Imitation. Parisian
Sage does not contain any poisonous
lead and Is not a dye. The girl with
Auburn hair I on every bottle.
Hair must have nourishment or die.
If It does not have proper nourishment.
It will lose Its vitality, grow weak, and
become an easy, prey to the ravages of
the vicious germs of dandruff.
Parisian Sage Is a hair nourisher; It
Is the result of sincere study and ex
periment by one of the world's leading
It should be used regularly as a hair
dressing by every one with healthy
hair, because It never falls to prevent
dandruff, falling hair, or any scalp dis
ease. But Parisian Sage Is not only a pre
ventive. It Is a certain cure for dand
ruff; It stops Itching of the scalp In
-"& JrfPiMiff jj jK
The best-known newspaper poet in the world
and a dyed-in-the-wool fan will tell of the games
in verse Exclusive in The Times.
One of the Saturday Evening Post's greatest
humorists will get all the fun there is out' of
the series Exclusive in The Times.
Edward Lyell Fox
One of the greatest writers of baseball maga
zine stories will write a daily descriptive story
of the scenes at the big games Exclusive in
vinal rithtM as dauahtara. and It HI
becomes the chief executive, who Is the
president-general or ail we oaugnier.
to take afdea or become a partisan in
any way. ,
' we hava a 'cIaoh campaign and
may the best woman win on her
Although Mrs. Scott's formal an-,
nounccment Is taken in ood faith, by
all. It Is believed that her Immediate
personal following In the daughter is
certain to maintain an attitude of an
tagonism to Mrs Story' candidacy.
The fight of the past bave been too
oilier xur iceiia; 10 oii ai once. xui
Mr. Story Is well In the lead for the
office at present, and with vote whloh
are certain to oe pi
to be pledged to her In the
next few month her friend reel aura
she will have suctr a commanding
strength when the congress convene
that tier elecUon I certain If no com
bination 1 made against her.
District for Kr. Story, f
A large majority of the vote of Dis
trict daughter have been recorded for
Mrs. story In tha past, and while Mrs.
Horton ha many friend hare. Mr.
Story seems1 likely to set this ame ma
jority again here.
The District chantara never have In.
dorsed anyone for president-general In
advance, a position radically different
from the daughters of other State Juris
dictions, but the local vote have gone
for Mr. Btory without being pledged,
so that her friend say It makes no dif
ference In the result
There are mora than forty chapters ot
daughter of the Amorican Revolution
In the District, and local 'daughter
have phured an active role In the so
ciety slow It formation.
' Of Aviation Officer
It 1 understood that the report of
the board Investigating the fatal acci
dent which occurred at College Park
last Saturday when an aeroplane dash
ed to earth killing Lieut. L. C. Rockwell
and Corp. V. 8. Scott will exonerate
The blame will be placed on a broken
or Jammed guide or control wire prob
ablv aTMclfvlnr tha elevator.
The board will hold a final meeting
late this afternoon, and submit Its find
ing to Colonel Bcriven, acting chief of
tne Bignoi vorps tomorrow rooming.
stantly; It makes hair grow thick and
luxuriant. It Is especially In demand
by ladles, because It makes the hair
beautiful, soft, and fluffy. It Is offered
by druggists and department stores
everywhere under a nmsltlve guaran
tee to do all that Is claimed for It, or
American makers, the Qlroux Mfg.
Co., ounaio, N. Y. The gin witn Au
burn hair ( on every package. Jaa,
O'Donncll guarantee It-
On That Honorable Basis
Get a Bottle of Parisian
Sage Hair Tonic Today
Local Democrats Aid
Robert' N, Harper, chairman of U
District auxiliary, committee to t na
tional Democratic Congressional com
mitter, wo authorised, at T meetmg
held at the Raleigh Hotel last, night to
end a check for ILOW'to th national
The-contribution so tar bar
$l,m end'the member wer'o noewr
aged that they decided to' raise another
tltMO. Tha fund tsar bees ooUeeted
from ' sixty-three contributor. Th
expense of tb committee have been
till. Thl sum has bean spent and rep
resents practically all of th expense
the committee win Incur during the re
mainder of the campaign.
BABY BROKE OUT
Turned Into Festers. Head Face,
Groin; and Chest Affected, Man
of Sores. Itched Badly. Cut!-
"tcura Soap and Ointment Cured
Where All Others Failed.
93 Oeorc Ave., East Naeavffl, Tea
"My baby was about two moat old
when, he began to break out la assail red
pimple Uka heat nan,
afterward tarsg Iat6
festers. Tbey racially
spread until' Ms' llttl
bead, fees, gross and
cheat, his head being most
affected, became a sn
ot sores with a great deal
of corruption. It beeam
offensive and gradually
grew worse. I kept a white cap on htm
to keep him from scratching. It sssasd to
Itch so badly. It made him cross and feu
chest and grain would often bleed.
"Nothing, seemed to help It, 'and I had
almost coma to th conclusion that my
baby's case wa bopeleas, when bearing ot
tha Cuticura Soap and Cutleura Ointment,
I decided to try It. I used the CuUcur
Ointment on all affected part at night
and the next morning used Cuticura Soap
and hot water a directed. I noticed at
ones' that baby rested better. I continued
It for a few weeks' and my baby was entirely
cured by tb Cuticura Soap and Olntaaent.
They cured where all o r filled." (Signed)
Mrs. E. O. Davis. Not. 28. 1911.
CuUeura Soap and Cuticura Olatmaat are
sold throughout the world. Liberal sample of
each nulled free, with 32-p. Skin Boole Ad
dress post-card "Cuticura; Dept.T. Doston."
49-Tender-faced men should use Cuticura
Soap Sharing Stick. 2Se. Sample fre.
FISH I FISHI1 FI9IIII1
Oratrra! Oystersl The sraod
kind, sea fMda all varieties
IJKE J. mOBKBTB
300-311 10th t. N. v.
Phono Mlr "n
I . V i
The Times Baseball Extras,
issued the minute the game is
ended, will give every detail of
the game up to the end. The
stories of the games -will be
COMPLETE and will cover the
last innings in detail, play by
play. In order to assure readers
of The Times Baseball Extras the
quickest and bes't service TWO
SPECIAL WIRES will lead from
the playing field in Boston or
New York direct to The Times
office and will be devoted exclu
sively to sending The Times
special reports. Full box scores
will be a feature of The Times
Extras as last year. You won't
get the best if you don't get The