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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1912.
DEATH COWES TO
IDA DALY, A
McKinley Manual Training
School Instructor 111
III only since Sunday with appendi
citis, Miss Ida Daly, one of ttio best
known teachers In this city, died I"
Garfield Hospital yesterday. The fun
cral arrangements hato not yet been
made. She was head of the Kngllsh
department In McKinley Manual Train
ing School, hniV studied and practiced
law, and was to have been admitted to
practice In the United States Supremo
She taught In the public schools for
twenty-nine years, having been appoint
ed a teacher In the second grado of
the Montgomery School In 1883. she was
attached to the teaching staff of Kust
em High School In 1?! and seven years
ago went to the McKinley school as
n teacher 'In hlstorr and English. She
was a practicing attorney and In the
Mabel Dean case, through which th
women In tho schools got their back
Jiay, she won prominence.
She Is survived by her mother, Mrs.
Mary Daly, with whom she lived nt
SIS') nightecnth street northwest, and
her brother, Cornelius Daly, vice presi
dent of the It. V. Andrews' Paper Com
pany. MRS. W. H. FORWOOD.
After u brief Illness fiom pulmonary
trouble, Mrs. W. II. Forwood. wife of
General Korwood. IT. S. A., retired, who
was surgeon rcncral of the army In
J9ft!-tO, died yesterday at her home. 1425
Kuclld street northwest. She was more
than sixty years of age and had lived In
Washington for the past fifteen years.
She was born In Philadelphia and was
married to General Korwood, who sur
vlcs her, forty-two years ago. There
are no children, she was tho daughter
if Antrim Osborne, of Philadelphia, and
all her relatives are living there.
Funeral sen Ices will be held at I
o'clock tomorrow afternoon and Inter
ment will be In Arlington National Cttn
ctery. WILLIAM G. COUNSELMAN.
Funeral services for William Graham
t'nunselman, who died yesterday at the
age of seventy-four curs, will bo held
ot 10 o'clock tomorrow morning from
his homu In Hethesda, Md. The Inter
ment will be held In Union Cemetery,
FITZHUGH D. BROWN.
The funernl of Fitzhugh D. Drown
was held at 2 o'clock this nfternoon
from the Hamllne M. K. Church, and
the Interment was private.
Thief Goes Through
Every Room in House
Detcctles from the central offlco are
endeavoring today to get some due to
' he Identity of a thief who entered the
home of Wllmot M. Trew, 521 Rundlpu
street northwest, during the absence of
membcrK of the family Inst evening,
iind stolo Jewelry and other nrtlclcs
valued at 3IXI.
The thief entered tho house by a cel
lar window which had been left unlock
ed and forced the door leading from
the basement to tho first Hoor. Every
room In the house was i unpacked
Prizes for Citizens
With Best Lawns
The Rhode Island Acnue and Subur
ban Citizens' Association has called a
special meeting November 13. nt which
prize will be awaidcd to the winners
In n contest iccently conducted by tho
association for the best looking lawns
and flower gardens.
The Chevy C'hnso Citizens' AHSorla
tlon has u meeting scheduled for to
night. Exquisite Floral Decorations, for Wed
dings, receptions, and all social func
tions. Ask for estimate, dude, 1211 F.
MRS. LUSBY DEAD
Citizens' Associations of Suburb Postpone Meetings in
Order to Receive Returns of the
S?K,& .Election. '
WASHINGTON TIMEff IIUHEAU,
ANACOSTIA, D. C. NOV, .
Funeral services for Mrs. Clara M.
I.tisby, who died In Providence Hos
pital yesterdav after an Illness of a
few days, will be held tomorrow morn
ing at 0:30 o'clock nt St, Teresa's
Church, Thirteenth and V streets,
where high requiem mass will be of
fered. The body will bo taken to Mt.
Mrs. Lusby lived In this part of the
District all her life. She was IIIss
Clara Kennedy before her marriage to
Thomas A. Lusby, who Is one 'ot tho
mounted policemen assigned to the
Eleventh precinct. Sho belonged to a
pioneer family of dlesboro" Point. She
lived with her family at 1111 Chicago
street, and was thlrty-nlno years old.
Mrs. Lusby Is survived bv her hus
band and three children, two boys and
a girl, one of the former, Arthur, hav
ing been decorated by tho people of
Anacoslla a short time ago with a
medal for saving the lives of several
boys, who were on the point of drown
ing In the Anacostla river after having
broken through tho Ice.
clergy, children and altar attendants,
the forty hours' devotion was brought
to a close In St. Teresa's Church last
night while a throng of worshipers took
part. The Itev. Charles M. Hart, the
pastor, officiated at the benediction
Two clltzcns' associations, tho Minne
sota Avenuo and tho Public Improve
ment, of Congress Heights, last night
regarded the election returns as of more
Interest than the civic affairs in hand
and gave up their meetings to receive
MRS. HUTGHINS IS
DENIED $2,500 FROM
Third Effort Fails When
Court Refuses Application
for Special Appeal.
Tho minstrel show for which the men
of the Esther Memorial Protestant Epis
copal Parish Club, of Congress Heights,
has been rehearsing for soveral months
will be presented tomorrow night In the
Anacostla Masonic Hall.
With solemn benediction of the
messed Sacrament and a procession ot
In order to add to the funds which
are being collected by. the Women's
Christian Temperance Union for the
erection of a memorial In Washington
to Frances Wlllard. the Anacostla
branch of tho Women's Christian Tem
perance Union, of which Mrs. M. E.
Cornish Is the president, will glvo a lit
erary and musical entertainment In the
Airacostla Masonic Hall on Friday
The annual meeting of the congrega
tion of the Anacostla Ouptlst Church,
scheduled to tako place last night, was
postponed on account of tho election.
Albemarle Pippin Apples
7 lbs. New Buckwheat O Cp
Large new Fat Mack- Cr
50c Tea, any kind,
$1.00 Tea, any kind, in.
per lb 4-Vl
3 loaves Star of the 1Ar
F.ast Bread for ll
Fancy Yellow Onions, 1 n
per pk IC
Fancy Sweet Pota- IQp
toes, per pk 1 7
5 pkgs. Macaroni orrir
Spaghetti for CDj
Black Walnuts, perOA
Fruit or Pound Cake,
Seeded Raisins, per J
25 Nutmegs C-
15c cans Herring Roe, 1A.
ner can v v
3 cans Salmon
3338 M St. IM. W.
J. T. D. PYLES'
Of Nearby Roads
Request for the lighting and improve
ment of Ulalr road, Sllgo Mill road and
Shepherd road, was presented to tho
Commissioners yesterday by a committee
representing tho Chlllum Castle, form
erly the Woodburn Citizens' Association,
consisting of C. A. Lanalcy, A. Lamond.
M. K. Morgan, and William K. Fowler.
Resolutions recently adopted by the
association asking for Improvements In
the tenltory covered bv the organiza
tion were presented to the board, which
promised Immedlato consideration
The committee was asked by the
Commissioners to enlist tho services of
the association In obtaining Increased
appropriations for the Improvement of
Carting of Dirt Across
P Street Is Stopped
Justice llarnard, In Kciulty Court, No.
1, yesterday dissolved tho temporary in
junction restraining tho District Commis
sioners from Interfering with John II.
Walter, a realty broker, having teams
cross P street, near Twenty-third
street, northwest. Walter obtained a
permit for the purpose of having dirt
hauled to a dump on the Ord tract, hut
the Commissioners revoked It nnd gave
an order Unit hauling of dirt across
P street should stop.
On o showing made by the Corpo
ration Counsel's offlie to the effect that
the dirt was dumped In Twenty-third
street rather than on tho Ord tract
the court dissolved the Injunction.
A third effort on tho part of Mrs.
Jtoso Keeling liutchlns to obtain nn
advance of J2.W0 from the rcr.f on
property belonging to the tl.OtJO.OOO es
tate of her husband, Stllson liutchlns,
fulled when the District Court of Ap
peals late yesterday denied an appli
cation for a special appeal from tho
rulings of the lower court.
Moth Justices Wright und Anderson
tefused to grant Mrs. liutchlns the' dc.
sired allowance, holding that sho should
either elect to take her dower lights
or the bequest of X per cent of the re
maining estate mode In her husband
will . ... . ..
Answorlng tho petition of M.
liutchlns. who urged the Probate Court
to speed tho proceedings In the admin
istration of her husband's estate, Wal
tcr S. liutchlns, a son of the mllllorialrc,
and Charles U Kralley, two of the
executors, place the responsibility for
tho delay on I.ee liutchlns, another son,
who Is dissatisfied with tho bequest of
JO per cent of tho remaining estate lelt
him and Is contesting the will.
It Is charged by tho two executors
that Leo liutchlns has neglected to
frame Issues for a hearing on his caveat
nttucklng tho will of his father, and
for that reason tho administration of
tho estate has-been delaed, The execu
tors asked tho court tu dismiss the
invent, nnd proceed with the prnbato
or the will, which leaveH Mrs. liutchlns
and Walter 8. liutchlns each 35 per rent
of the remaining estate, t.eo liutchlns
20 per cent nnd Mildred Rogers, a
granddaughter, 10 per cent.
Urandenburg & llrandcnhurg nre it
ti.rncys for William J. Dante, collector
of the estate, and Attorneys Qlttlngs
Chamberlln appear for Mr.
Hospital Rate High
At Fort Washington
The highest hospital attendance rate
of any army post is reported at Kurt
Washington, on the Potomac river, be
low this city, according to Surgeon Gen
The rate was 333 33 per 1.000 In 1911, as
compared with Sfi.M In 1910, and 73'i In
LONG LEGAL FIGHT -TO
Fails to Have Record Printed
in Appealing Case to
After n legal fight of about two years
to retain his position on the metropoli
tan police force. Private Joseph I Oil
lott has lost. Hccause of his failure to
have tho transcript of the record print
ed on his seoond appeal tho District
Court of Appeals has dropped the rase,
t'nder the rules tho printed rciord
should have been filed thirty days after
tho appeal was taken, but this was not
drne. although an extension of thirty
days was granted.
In the first Instance In tho lower court
the policeman's right to an oral hear
ing by the trial board, which ordered
his dismissal on charges of Insubordin
ation, was denied. On the appeal he
was granted the oral hearing, the Court
of Appeals-reversing the Judgment of
the lower court and remanding the
ease with the direction to overrule tho
demurrer to the answer and dismiss the
The trial board gave the oral hear
ing and Qlllott was again dismissed
from tho service. Attorney Matthew ft.
O'llrlen, counsel for Glllott, took the
ease to the District Supreme Court on
the contention that a policeman loes
none of his right ns a clllten when' he
becomes a nicmlxr of tho Metropolitan
police force, and for that reason cannot
be dismissed fur filing charges against
a superior officer If ho choses.
The District Commissioners answered
the petition for n wilt of certiorari,
taking tho position that as n military
organisation the police force must be
gnerned by military rules and regula
tions. The court sustained the conten
tion, and the second appeal to the Court
of Appeals was taken Tho printed
transcript of the record was not filed
within the required time and the case
has been dismissed.
Grocer a Bankrupt.
Charles K. Payne, a grocer, filed a
Edition In oluntnry bankruptcy in tho
Ih-trlit Supreme Court tbiotigh Attor
ney Robert 8. Hume The liabilities sre
listen at sz,uo.t: ana tne assets ut
11.167.13 C. A. liarnard was nppolntfd
Baltimore & Ohio to Plmlico rfaces.
Uattlmore, Nov. 1 to 12. Express trains
from Union Station to Haltlmore "Kvery
nour on liio nour aqvi
Great Singers Must be "Tobacco Wise1
Tuxedo is the Tobacco Chosen by
Carl Uantvoort, who has a leading rolo
In the revival ot the SraithDeKoven
opera, "Uobln Hood," says:
" always fill my pipe with
Tuxedo. Tuxedo and I are firm
MEN who depend upon their voices come to
know tobacco as the ordinary smoker never
knows it. A sensitive throat or mouth feels
the slightest sting, bite or scorch of tobacco.
Tuxedo is the one tobacco which singers, actors,
public speakers all men who guard their throats
zealously can smoke with pleasure and safety.
Tuxedo tobacco cannot sting, bite or irritate
the delicate membranes of the mouth or throat.
Vs The Perfect Pipe Tobacco
Donald Ilrlan. of "Merry Widow" fame,
now starring In "The hlren," ia :
" have found that the use of
Tuxedo does not interfere with my
singing. On the contrary, J'vc
never indulged in a more satisfy tng,
more reauy ocnettciJl smote. '
George Lydecker, who l contributing
much to the success ot "The Girl from
Montmartre," at the Criterion Theatre,
"My voice derives real benefit
after a pipeful of Tuxedo. Its
soothing qualities are undeniable
and its very mildness removes all
chance of harmful effects."
Tuxedo tobacco has made thousands of men
converts to the pipe, because it has made pipe
smoking possible for them. Under the famous
"Tuxedo process'.' the mild tender leaves of the
highest grade Burley tobacco arc so skillfully
treated that Tuxedo burns slowly and affords a
cool, mild, thoroughly enjoyable pipe smoke.
Leading men in all walks of life well-known
doctors, lawyersj ministers, lecturers, etc. smoke
Tuxedo and testify to its soothing influence on the
A host of imitators bears testimony to the
superior excellence of Tuxedo, but none has suc
ceeded in discovering the "Tuxedo process."
Tuxedo still remains the mildest, most enjoyable
and satisfactory smoking tobacco in America.
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
OIL LAMP EXPLODES;
BURNS KILL MAN
Butcher Horribly Scared by Flames
Resulting From Explosion.
Otto Auth, a butcher, thluy-elght
years old, died today In the Emergency
Hospital from burns received last night,
when on oil lamp exploded In his room
at m-8chol street southwest. Auth
was horribly burned about the chest
nnd lower part of the body, and the
doctors realised when ho was brought to
the hospital In a police ambulance that
he could survive out a few hours.
The explosion attracted other persons
who lived In the house. The burning oil
spread over AUth's clothing, and by the
time assistance reached htm his body
was enveloped In flames. Almost
every Inch of flesh on his body was
burned and charred, and the .doctors
found that he had also Inhaled the
An alarm was sounded, but the fire
was extinguished before any damage
was done to the house. Auth was sit
ting by a table reading when the lamp
Seeks a Divorce.
A co-respondent Is named and mis
conduct charged In a suit for an abso
lute divorce filed In tho District Hu
nt erne Court by lUehard Johnson
ngalnst Herlha Johnson. Attorneys
John It. Rhlelds and It. W. Wells rrpin.
sent the husnur.a.
Right Foot Crashed
ti,. riihi foot of am
lil-tL.lhr4 VMI1 nM. b PfcrfSv
was crushed by a Vaeht-Vr3 J
car st Fairfax hU inwjJrME.
lie was brought la Wafcls a-
taken to th Kmergeixy IMngc ,
where the doctors town It - st
ably be neceasarr to amputate t -&
BREAKS A COLD NEEDS
Pape's Cold Compessd crts i
and grippe in a few
Jt Is a po'tl ' tfct a w
Tar Cold Cotnpouw. tnr-f
iwa hftiira until tare mmjmc
doses are taken, will th. Cr.
and break up the nwt f
either In the tfh nr1' "T "-T.
ach. limbs, or any I" ,
It promptly rllTe tb swwt c--
.. afiiftol ntL fevrih9
tng, sr inroai. r "-
..L...- ..t.nk.1 MwtarM.
ness, sttfTness. and rhnatletrm
Take this wonderful Oessocsti c
directed, with the HWo -
there Is ..othlng el In tle ri
which will cur yor rt cr -3
out any other assistance vr m i '
effects as a S-til paeasutr
Cold Compound. wMeh ary ercsr"
can supply accept ! tg.
contains no oulnlw. lleV"c 2a --'
home. Tattea n!re "rts cUr.
Incomparable Values Thursday
at Our Garment Store
$25 to $45 Suits, Coats, and Dresses
Washington women have
rarely witnessed the selling
of such splendid fall and
winter garments in such
broad assortments at so little
a price. Would not have the
chance now if makers had
not been hard hit by the backwardness of the season and the neei
for ready cash, which we supplied because of the excellence of &s
Kverv smart stle In Suits. Coats, and Dresses Is here carroes- tia
were originally brought out to sell at VH 'o i. In fact skv e? Cr
Identical models will he seen here and elfewhere In tkai raBf nt pe!rn
If you have been fortunate not to have nfehasd rwir rmr ttH fcT
Coat, or Dress, ou will surely hsll this event with pleantre J c
nuu l j-imr uiuiir) vwu uuj
$25 Serge Suits
$30 Cheviot Suits
$30 Diagonal Suits
$40 Broadcloth Coats
$45 Sealette Coats
$45Astrakhan Cloth Coats
$35 Boucle Coats
$30 Worsted Suits
$35 Plush Coats
$30 to $45 Dresses
In every size nnd every desirable color Ion t nuas hl
Bult Btore Hecond Floor
Forrest Huff, now playing one of the
chief roles In "The Merry Countcsf,"at
the Cutlno Theatre, lo it
"Tuxedo is miles ahead of any
other tobacco Pve ever tried. I
prescribe Tuxedo any time as a
Convenient pouch, inner-lined XL
FamoujgTeen tin, with gold 1A
art about one
half size of
Jack Henderson, the clever singer who
appeared In the "Pink Lady" production,
which has Just returned from an all
summer run In London, says:
"Loud cheers for Tuxedo. My
favorite always, I put new zest
into my singing after a pipeful or
Tuxedo. I find Tuxedo a real
Feel the Weight
and Quality of these
a yd. 12Jc
These are 17 Inches
wide, and really look
llkn ull-wool flannel,
so good and firm and
nrm Is the quality.
They are especially
desirable for the new
so much worn now.
and for children's
mur. These arc In
blue nnd white, black
and white, mid pink
New long-sleeve mod
els trimmed with German
Val. lace and insertion;
also dainty embroidery
panels, lace-trimmed cufis
and lace stocks. All sizes.
Waist 'Store Street Floor
Ms, o a scJ
6r-ifc5 o t
makes i t: c
um, s-tx r r
ta - c-4
h5 r ' o a
or. ,a c tr-
k sjoc c- S f
Mt Ti. x T;ar
Natural Marabout Trimming
Is very effective and very
popular. 50c quality, a yd.
We had a very strenuous hunt for this marabout. g-a;j
had dtetermined to secure something quite out of the arir
tomorrow's selling. You will acknowledge that have -..c:
in getting what we wanted when you see the quality aatf p-tgi
color of this we offer tomorrow at 39c a ard.
9c and 29c BUTTONS
In a Mirled assortment suc-h
tvmy, and blue offered tomorrow
Vlnor at a card of a doien for
on 1-rfrralB Tat'- i-t
100 Rope Portieres)
For Single Doors 70-
Priced Thurday . ' t
Heal JI.23 values III vehet cords
nlth tasseled ends the popjlar
I Valanco style In red, ureen, rose
und brawn, also combination, of
red and green An opportunlty
for Just ICO persons.
Drupei) Storo Third Floor.
To loirr tia tr r&
ttll hand V atraO l
ou know t cr e
for tin3 k'-am v 3
offrrw! endrr to i
Ithrr color 1T ti c
floral iTet e w
fara ni -'- 15C
J. HUMHIRD DUFFEY
;. Ilumblrd Duffcy. who plays the Hero
rolo In Werba and Luescher's production
ol 1 he Kots 11 aid," saya;
"Tuxedo surely is the singer's
smote. Cool and smooth, it helps
the voice, and it's a wonderful
nerve rest. I recommend Tuxedo
There Is Never a Dull Day at
Our Shoe Store
When Shoe, Values Like These Are to Be Found
Women's latest st)te tan Storm
Dents, lace style, In all sites and
w liltiii", made of superior
duality tan calf regu
larly 4 0, tomorrow
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all Ur an 1 k7i
row a tt
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Times Want Ads
19 IN ALL
highly to all singers"
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