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TIIE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1-, 1912.
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NEW EQUITY RULES
OUT FOR PRACTICE
IN FEDERAL COURTS
Changes Announced by
Chief Justice White
J After Long Work.
Sweeping reforms In the rules of
equity practice In the I'cilcral courts
wero announced today bv Chief Justlie
White. The new rules mill buome ef
fective February 1. and will woik Knat
changes In eeiult piocedtire all the way
from the Dlstiiit couits to the Su
preme Court. The effect doubtless will
cause the Statu courts to simplify their
pioeedure.
The new rules arc Intended to simplify
and shoitcn equity promlure In ceiy
phase from the preparation of cases and
tho pleadings thieuigli the trial nnd ap
peal. While the procedure will be cut
to the bone, thu expense of litigation
will be lessened and dclas reduced to
a minimum
The new rules embody tho work of
a committee of the Supreme Court con
Blstlng of Chief Justlcu White, and Jus
tices Lurlon nnd Van eenter, over a
period of nearl a sear. As explained
by the Chief Justice, the best features
of the old practice hao been pre
served, and the best features of the
revised equity practice of England
been adopted. Present rules have been
In force foi half u century. Many
obsolete and useless rules hae been
In vogue
That the reform In equity practice
'will lead to refoims in criminal and
other procedure Is expected. The new
rules are thus of ureal Importance bath
to lawers and lltlgunts.
In announcing the new rules. Chief
Justice White made acknowledgement
to the Judges of the various courts una
bar committees who had made sugges-
ns, and also to the loid chanceiioi or
gland, who gave valuable Inrorma-
1 to Associate justice LAirton wnne
won nhrciRil thin summer.
Throughout the purpose Is not to les
sen the authority of the court. Ono
effect of the rules will be greatly to
reduce the sue of Driers, recoras, anu
the llko. The modes of taking tobtl
mony, especially expert testimony, are
much restricted Every effort Is mado
to minimize danger of delay. An Im
portant phase of the ruks Is that they
contemplate tho entire trial procedure
shall be, as far as possible. In open
court, unless before musters In chan
cery. An Important feature of the new rules
relates to prcllmlnai) Injunctions and
temporary n straining ordtrs The
rules provide no such restraining order
shall Issue without notice unless It up
pears or Is shown that Irreparable loss
to tlo applicant would otherwise ro
ault. Hearings when there is no notice
of tho issue of a temporary restraining
order shall take precedence of all other
matters, and all hearings In such cases
aro to be as expeditious as possible.
This. In substume. Is In accordance
with legislation on tho Injunction ques
tion, which conservative lawyers In
Congress havo advocated It does not
80 as far as organized labor demands.
Two Clairvoyants
Are Arrested Here
As the result of an investigation
which the police have been making of
the bui Ineso of professional 'fortune
tellers" In Washington, Centrnl Office
Detectives Ilowlett und Prutt today ar
rested a man and a woman on charges
of being unlicensed claIrvoants.
The clalrvovantB are Prince A. Halr
stron, colored, of loll Elovcnth strtet
northwest, and Annlna Andrlnl Fazzl,
an Italian woman, of 54 C street north
west. Halrstron advertises us a cliilr
vnvant under the name of "Prof
Prince, und conducts a collection
agenc undei t.ls full name at the same
address The detectives say he also
sells "German loadstones,' a small
"chaim," for some of which he Is said
to receive as high as SIS
Tho Fazzl woman advertises ns the
"sole agent for tho famous Egyptian
mills for removing spells and accom
plishes designs '
Porter Is Arrested.
Harrleon A, West, a colored porter,
In tho tobacco store of Daniel Lough
ran, 1317 Pcnnsvlvaula avenue north
west, was arrested today b Central Of
fice Detective O'Den und Evnns nn a
charge of petit lurceri) It Is charged
that West stole a qunntltj of premium
coupons packed In tobicio
OCOST OF LIVING REDUCED
That's the experience of every housekeeper who deals at the A & P Stores. The saving is con
siderable all along the line and amounts to a very substantial sum every year.
Best Elgin
Butter, lb.
37c
Nearby Eggs,
doz.
28c
Brookfield
Eggs, doz.
31c
N. Y. State f)Ar
Cheese, lb iJ
Finest OOr
Potatoes, pk.... ut
Norway Mackerel,
kit 75c and $1.25
Kippered Herring, can, 5c
Boneless Codfish, 2 lb.
box 30c
Finest Fish Roe, can. . 15c
Visit Our
Premium
Parlors
IcDroit B!dg.
8th & F Sts.
irijT ith at nw
van 7th at. nw.
1C20 llth it. nw.
1325 Wlaconsln
615 II Bt ne.
Vk i
Ith and 10 its
CARS TO CAPITAL
I
RESULT OF EIGHT
Through street car scrvlco between
Somerset, Md and tho center of the
city, effective Novembor 25, will result
through an agreement reached among
representatives of th ecomplalnlng sub
urb, members of tho District Railway
Commission, and Vice President Jlam,
of tho Washington Hallway and Elec
tric Company.
In view of this agreement the com
plaint Tiled against tho street railway
company by It. II. McNeill, represent
ing tho residents of feomcrset, will be
dismissed.
It was announced at the Interstate
Commerce Commission this afternoon
thnt, following the taking of testimony
tnd n number of confeiences, the street
a Iway had agreed to Inaugurate the
through service desired by the Somer
set commuters.
Participating In the conferences were
It. II. McNeill and W. K. Ham, of
the railway company, and John II.
Marble and Thomas W. Smith, of the
District Electric Hallway Commission.
In his letter to the commission. Vice
President Ham sa)s the directors of his
company, the Georgetown and Tenley
town Hallway and the Washlngtbn and
Hockvllle Hallway Company have au
thoilzed the operation of through cars
from Somerset, vl Tenley town, Cleve
land I'ark und Georgetown to Fifth and
F streets northwest.
Tho details of the new service, as
granted by the railway companies, are
outlined as follows br Mr. Hum:
"Tho plan calls for tho operation of
a flfteen-mlnute service between Somer
set and Fifth and F streets, leaving
Somerset from 7 06 a. m to G 21 p. m ,
und leaving Fifth and F streets from
7 KO n m. to 6 05 p m.: and a half-hour
service leaving bomerset from 5 21 p
m to 10 27 p. m , and leaving Fifth and
F streets from 6 05 p. m to 11.26 p. m
During the period the half-hour service
Is In effect cars will bo opcruted to
Thirteenth and D streets northeast, via
Union Station
"Owing to tho unusual difficulties at
tending the operation of these through
cars, we anticipate that for a time at
least wo will not be able to maintain
the regularity of service that might,
under other conditions be reasonably
expected We hope, however, that
within a short tlmo we will bo ublo
to eliminate all operating difficulties ex
cept such as ale Inherent to the situa
tion, and which experience may provo
cannot be overcome
"All Hockvllle cars will be nperatid,
as heretofore, to Wisconsin uvenne and
M street All extia cars required for
rush hour servlre will also bo operated
to Wisconsin avenue and M strict
The througli cuts will not Issue trans
fers at Wisconsin avenue nnd I street
or Wisconsin avenue and O street, ex
cept to west bound Georgetown cars,
und southbound Tenlejtown cars
Mrs. Becker Bases Appeal
On Age of Justice Goff
NEW YORK, Nov. 4. The untiring
wife of Charles Becker, In a final ef
foit to save her husband from the elec
tric chair, has begun a personal In
vestigation of the age of Judge Goff,
to determine whether proof that the
Judge Ls more than sevent), might be
regarded by the court of appeals as
sufficient cause for reversing the Judg
ment of Becker's conviction.
Before Mrs. Becker accompanied her
condemned husband to Sing Sing, she
visited a number of lawyers outside
of tho counsel retained for Becker's
trial before Justice Goff. Of theso at
torney she asked such questions as
these:
"Is there any record either In New
York or Ireland, the countrs of Judge
Goff's birth, that states his age ex
actly? "Is It true that he Is about seventy
six years old?
"What Is the law which limits the
age of Judges to seventy years?'
To the last question the reply of
one attorney was a reference to Section
S3, relating to tho laws of the consti
tution of the State of New York, which
contains the following:
"No person shall hold tho office of
fudge or Justice of any court longer
than and until and Including the last
day of December next after he shall
bo seventv euis of age"
Ah to the exact age of Justice Goff
Mis Becker Is unable to gain any
definite Information
Cohoes Salmon l's, a can
Peanut Butter, a lb
Shredded Wheat, a pkg
Seeded Raisins, 3 pkgs
Millar's Marmalade, a jar
Iona Peas, a can
Fard Dates, a lb
Rolled Oats, a lb
Corn Meal, a lb
Japan Rice, a lb
Bull Head Catsup, 3 bottles
Prunes (65 to the lb.), 3 lbs
Shaker Salt, 3 boxes
NEW CROP NUTS
Paper-shell Almonds, lb
Pecans, lb
Filberts, lb
Hard-shell Walnuts, lb
Brazils, lb
Soft-shell Walnuts, lb
New Citron, lb
New Orange Peel, lb
New Lemon Peel, lb
Persian Dates, lb
Persian Dates, pkg
Pitted Dates, pkg
nn: nor, sii:rii. rnin:s ni .not apply oltsidi: or city.
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WOMAN, COUSIN OF
PRESIDENT TAYLOR,
IS DEAD IN CAPITAL
Mrs. Martha A. Trummell,
91, Had Lived Here More
Than 70 Years.
An aged woman, who was u cousin of
a I'rtsident of the United Stutes, Kadi
nry Taylor, and who was brought to
his Inauguration reception In the White
House as a child, more than eighty
ears ago, died In this city yesterday.
rhu was Mrs. Martha A. Trnnimell,
nlncty-ono jeurs of age, who lived with
her daughter, Mrs. I. V, Doyle, at 1735
8 street northwest. Shu had been 111
Washington for mure than seventy
ears
Mrs. Trammel!, was one of the most
picturesque of the older Inhabitants
of thu city. She was born In Dallstom
Va , In IR-'l, and was a descendant of
one of the original settlers of Massa
chusetts who eumo over In tho Ma)
flower, although her brunch of tho
family had lived In Virginia for many
years. Her husband fought in the
Confederate ranks during the civil war,
and died more than thirty years ago.
Throughout life she was an ardent
southerner and an ardent Democrat,
and for the past few weeks, although
fche knew she wus not destined to live
much longer, she hoped that she might
linger to see Woodrow Wilson elected
President of the United States, as she
confidently expected he would be.
She has vivid recollections of tho
carlv davs In Washington und Virginia,
arid until about a year ago, when she
suffered a stroke of paraljsls, her mind
was active and she was as vigorous us
many women thirty jeors younger.
She Is survived by three daughters,
Mrs, G, A. Axtcll, of Kansas City, Mo ,
and Mrs I. v. Dole and Mrs, E. I,.
Chassaynge. of this city.
Guneral services will he held at 11
o'clock tomorrow morning at the home
of her daughter, 1735 H street north
west, with the Rev C. Herbert Reese,
assistant pastor of St Thomas Episco
pal Church, officiating. The Interment
will bo In Rock Creek Cemetery.
OPEN FAIR TO AIL)
BUILDING OF SHRINE
To aid In secuilng funds for the con
struction of a national Shrine of tho
Sacred Heart, mi Ml Pleasant, the
iiiemlicis of that Cithollc parish 'n
Washington aic holding a fair and
lu uhion In tho National Kllles Armor)
which begun at noon toda anil will
be continued until November 13. A
large number of church workers have
been busy for a wtek picparlng for
the evint and plans havu been made
which promise Uh success
It Is proposed to devote the funds
a lined from the fulr und luni heon to
the building of a notable inline o on
Mt. Pleasant which when completed.
ii 'i- i ureat architectural addition
to that portion of the city. To carr
out the ambitious plans of Father
MrHee a great deal of money Is needed
From todav until November 11 a
luncheon will he served ever da In
the lower hall of the armor from 11
to 2 o'clock. In the upper hall the
fair will be staged, which will present
a hundred and one amusement devices.
No admission fee will he charged
Do not neglect your
health laxatives are nec
essary sometimes. Make sure
of the best then go ahead.
HunyadiQ
Janos 0k
Water
r Natural Laxative
Recommended
by Physicians lor
CONSTIPATION
15c
lie
12c
25c
15c
10c
10c
3c
3c
5c
25c
25c
25c
25c
20c
18c
15c
15c
25c
20c
15c
15c
10c
10c
15c
Finest Coffees
in the World
Crisp Fresh Roasted
with a delicious aroma all
their own.
Sultana Coffee, OA-
Ambosa Coffee, Qf
a lb OCX
El Ryad Coffee, Qr.
a lb 031
Choicest
Selection of Teas
on the Market
40c to $1 lb.
A & P Jams, all kinds, 15c
Johnson's Preserves, all
kinds, 5 lb. crock, ,55c
Heinz's Mince Meat,
lb 20c
Lea & Perrin's Sauce,
bottle 23c and 45c
Our Branch
Store,
1318 7th St.
HAS REMOVED
TO
1536 7th St.
CJa ale N.
Center marKet
21 it and Kna mkt.
Mh K oti mkt.
Eastern mkt ae.
.Alexandria Ilrancb
ETTOR'S DEFENSE
TRYING TO SHOW
E PLOT
Woolen Company's Head
Will Be Asked to Tell
of "Plant."
COUnTIIOUUE, 8ALI2M, Man., Nov.
That the defense will attempt to com
pel William II. Wood, head bt tho
American Woolen Company, to testify
In the ciiscb of Ettur, CllvunnlUl. and
Caruso, on trial for murder growing
out of tho recent Lawicnce strike, wis
osscittd by tho attorney! for tho ac
cuted today.
They said that they Intended to get
Into tho cntee. If possible, the record
of tho "planting" of dynamite at Law
rence and tho fact that former School
s
r
t
Commissioner Ilnin was fined for bring
ing It Into town to discredit tho (trllc
crs. They said they would try to call
Wood to tell about tho d)namUe, tut.
Inasmuch, ns tho head of tho Wool
trust Is under Indictment In Iloston for
alleged connection with tho plot, he
could hardly bo forced to testify, evi n
though ho Is subpoenaed
Tho defenso attorneys also declared
just beforo court opened that they
would nubpocnue Ma or Hcanlon. of
Lawrence, Frederick Attcxaux, head of
the Atteaux Woolen Mills, Jointly In
dicted with President Wood nml Atloi
ney Cleneral Hwlft as witnesses
When court opened, Mayor Michael
A Hcanlon, of Lawrence, Dudley Hot
man, secretary to Governor Koss at
the time of the strike, John J lireen,
the Lawrence school commissioner w ho
was lined t'M for "olantlng dynnrnlto
to discredit the strikers, and Dennla
Collins, under Joint lndldment with
Wood In connection with the dnmilto
bribe, wern preent upon summonses -
Archie Adamant!, un Industrial Work
ers of the World member, resumed tho
stand, and testified that he never hcird
Ulonnnlttl counsel any form of lo
lenee. '1 hat tho strikers Wanted to eliminate
firearms, and protested ngalnst the
strikers earning guns and knives, was
testllled bv Thomas Holllda, an In
dustrial Workeio of the World member,
who was n striker He testllled that
Httor n!wos urped the strikers to "be
peaceful and quiet," nnd tint he nevci
heard either i:ttor or Gloannlttl en
courage violence In any way.
ULiil
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Bring The Modern Adventures of
Philosopher, whose Poetry on the
ADVENTURE 16
Omar Gets Away With It Election Day
Omar went to the Polls Election Day,
And got in Line. The Watchers hollered, " Hey ! "
"You Comic Section, who said you could Vote?"
"Come, make a Noise like Twilight Fade Away!"
"Hold On!" said Omar, "tightly to your Goats!"
"Here, smoke some Omars and cool off your Throats!"
The Bunch lit up, and with the First Puff chorused
"You're O. K., Turkey; you can have Two Votes!"
OMAR, the new Turkish blend cigarette of
exceptional qualiiy"Thc Joy of Lifc,'
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TO BLOCK MERGER
Will Decide If Department
of Justice Can Aid
District.
To determine whether the Department
of Justice will co-operate with the DIs
trlct In lis suit to prnent the merger
of tho public utilities by the corporation
said to bo organised foi that purpose, a
conference wus to be held bttwetn the
CoimnlssIonciB, Jesso 1'. Adk'HR, attor
ney for tho Department of Justice, 13.
)I Thomas, Corporation Counsel, nnd
Clarence P. Wllsonr United Htntts Dis
trict Attorney In Inn TSfrtre of Engineer
Commissioner Judson at -3 20 o'clock this
uftcrnoon.
following the Issuance of on order to
tho Corpoiatlon Counstl to begin pto
ce dings In equity to block the project.
K .' t
Omar Khayyam, the Great Persian
Joy o Life made his Fame Eternal,
the Commissioners nrtdrscd u letter
tn t Dep.utimnt of Jiistlce, nuking
formally for Its cn-optiatlon. Tho ion
tints of thu lettoi were not inndo
knrwn It Is understood tlure Is suir.o
fear that tlio Corf oration .Counsel I
not nuthoilrcd to piesj the action In
the necesstry form, while tho Utpnit
ment rrlght bo lecosnlzid a liav.nf;
that right.
The purpose of tie Commlfiloners In
Instituting stilt Is to prevent the mt-gei
until the assembling of Congiess, whin
efforts will Ix. made to proeuro lm
mcdlttn mactimnt of tho public utili
ties bill.
The ommlssloner are frankly taking
this method of proceduru In order Hi
bold tp the titans so re to kHo tho
Hoiiso nn opportunity to pan the bill
passed l the Senate lit the lest session.
The rnnctmnl of stieh a me.istre, Oonw
iiisslnncr Judson, d"claij, would en
able the public to glc consideration to
nil such projects to itamp with Its ap
proval measures tint would lncreaso tho
i ffnii ni or deireaso the cost of the
rirWce und to block propoelllons of any
utile r sort
Whntexer the oMcome of the confer
ence this afternoon may be, sullr will
be filed h the Corporation Counsel
within the next few elas to prevent any
ceitporttlon from recking control of the
public utilities.
Samuel Cramp Dead.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. i -Hamuel H.
Cramp, of tho well-known Pnlladelphia
fumll and who was formerly one of
the owners of the Cramp Ship and En
gine Untitling Company, Is dead at his
North llroad street home.
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