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TttE WASHINGTON TDEES, THIII18DAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912.
VETERANS GABE FDR
i BODY OF THE AGED
. HAN HUM GAS
(Confederate Camp Takes
H Charge While Record As
tgi Soldier Is Traced.
The body of Simon A. Holt, tho aRed
tnnn who was accidentally hsphyxlated
by Illuminating Rita In a room at 913
Twelfth street northwest, yesterday,
was taken In charge today by Camp No.
jin. United Confederate Veterans, and
turned over to Undertaker J. William
jLoo to be prepared for burial. Papers
found In tho aged man's room would In
dicate that he was a Union veteran,
.having served throughout the civil war
hriQx an Illinois company of volunteers,
put J. T. Petty, chairman of tho Con
federate veterans' relief committee, said
po had been told that Mr, Holt was a
Confederate, and for that reason he
pad taken charge of tho remains until
ills record could be traced through tho
(War Department. ,
Other papers In Mr. Holt's room
.thewed that he was a pensioner and
had at one time been In a national sol
ulers' home. He came to this city re
cently from Tennessee. Ho Is said to
Ihavo been a lawyer, minister, and doc
tor, and at ono tlmo traveled about the
Icountry delivering tempjerance lectures.
Efforts on the part of the police to
xet any trace of Ills relatives have
Fmeral services for Otto Autli, who
Bled from burns received In an oil ex
plosion in his home, will be held from
his residence on tho tlladenburg road
'at 8:30 o'clock tomorrow morning, with
(requiem mass at St. Mary's Church nt
0:30 o'clock. Interment will be In St.
MISS IDA DALY.
The Inst rites for Miss Ida Daly,
one of the best known teachers In the
icity. will be held nt thp home nf her
inother. Mrs. Mary Daly. 31&S BIKhteemh
iMreet northwest, nt 10:30 o'clock to
morrow morning, and will be private.
Tho McKlnlcy Manual Training School,
at which Miss Daly taught for many
years, will be closed for the day, and
teachers at Eastern High School will
also bo permitted to attend tho funeral.
Tho palibenrers will bo selected from
the teachers of theso two schools.
MRS. M. OSBORNE FORWOOD.
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Osborne
Forwood, wlfo of the former surgeon
general of the army. Gen. W. II. For
wood, who died Tuesday, was held at
11 o'clock this morning at the family
residence, 1I2G Kuclld street northwest.
The Itcv. Q.- Herbert Reese, assistant
pastor of St. Thomas' Episcopal Church,
officiated. The Interment was private.
Head of Bahaists
Will Speak Again
Abdul Ilaha, the head of the Dahalst
movement, will spenk again on univer
sal peace nt tho Klghth Street Temple
Last evening he nddresiied an audience
at the Church of Our Father, 1'nlversal
lst, of which tho Itev, John Van Schalck,
Jr., Is pastor. Abdul Ilnhn was a pic
turesque figure as ho stood on the ros
trum at Dr. Van Schalck's church. He
was clad In flowing cream-colored
robes, ond he wore a whlto turban on
Abdul Daha reiterated his thesis of
the need of universal love, which he
preached hero last spring, and told his
audience that Americans ought to studv
all religions snyliie that "If we daro
not Investigate others. It shows wo
have not the fullest confidence In our
Salesman in Hospital
After Cutting Throat
Frank Curran, a salesman, of 105 Sec
ond street southwest. Is recovering to
day In the Casualty Hospital from what
the police say was n double attempt at
suicide. After cutting his throat with a
small pocket knife, while at the foot of
Howard road, Anncostla, yesterday af
ternoon, Curran, with blood flowing
from the wound, waded out Into the
rastern branch of the Potomac. When
about 100 feet from the shore, Curran
changed his mind and waded lwck to
the shore. He, was discovered by two
colored men, who notified the police of
tho Anacostla precinct. A police am
bulance was called and ho was taken
to the hospital.
According to the police, Curran re
fused to make, any statement when he
came out of tho water. Tho police were
told he had been In Ill-health. At the
hospital It was said he would recover.
Third of Lower Barnch of
Congress Composed of
The roll of defeated Republicans of
tho House grows longer todny ns com
plete returns come In. About one-third
of the membership of the Sixty-third
Congress will consist of men who nro
new to the political life of the nation.
Many of these recruits rcplaco Republi
cans, who for years hnve been con
spicuous, first on tho majority and then
on the minority side of tho floor.
Notable among them Is "Uncle Joe"
Cannon, whom the belated returns failed
Here's a partial list of Republican old
timers who are burled today beneath
the Democratic landslide
William II. McKlnlcy, of Illinois, tho
Tnft manager in the pro-convention
Kdgar D. Crumpnckcr, of Indiana, lono
Republican, who survived the Demo
cratic landslide In the Hoosler State
two years ago.
William A. Hodenberg, of Illinois, for
mer Cannon lleutennnt, and stanch Taft
"Uncle Joe" Cannon, ono-tlme "czar"
of tho House, and a veternn of more
than a third of a century's service.
Ilbcnezer J. Hill, of Connecticut.
Cyrus Sulloway, of New Hampshire.
niln II. Vnnnir of Michigan, a mem
ber of the Stanley steel Investigating
John II. Davidson, of Wisconsin.
i.v,.iil n nurrier. of New Hampshire.
Republican caucus chairman In the
Oconto W. Prince, of Illinois, ranking
Republican memDer oi mo uouno .-unitary
lly reduced pluralities Congressman
Mann, th minority floor lender, und
Congressman Nick lingworth have
pulled through. Congressman Madden,
of Illinois. Is another Republican vet
ernn who managed to escapo tho land-1M.
Congressman Daniel Ijifean, of the.
Pennsylvania old guard, has been de
feated according to late returns.
Congressman Parrnn, a comparatively
new Republican member from the Fifth
Maryland district, has been retired in
favor of a Democrat. Frank O. Smith,
of Calvert county, .won out by a plu
rality of approximately 1,000. Tho Fifth
Maryland has been Republican slnc,e
1894, and the rout of Parran was a sur
prise. Approximately complete returns In
dicate the next House will stand:
Democrats. 2)7: Republicans. 122: Pro
Goes to Canal Zone
On their annual tour to Inspect the
Panama Canal and flguro necessary ap
propriations this year, members of tho
House Appropriations Commltteo will
Icavo New York this afternoon on the
Panama Railroad steamer, Cristobal.
Chairman Fltzcerald and moat of the
committee, with several other Congress
men, will mako the trip, iney win
spend n week In tho Canal Zone and
return Just before Congress convenes.
Fortification of the canal, which will
be ono of tho principal financial mat-
tcrs under consideration, win do con
sidered by the commltteo and reported
to the House.
John Taylor, Dave Wilson, John Aus
tin, and Joe Delnncy, nil colored, charged
with blocking the public highway and
shooting craps In Morris road yesterday,
were line (5 each by Judge Pugh, of the
district branch of Police Court today.
FOR WATER WORKS
Work Is Begun on Site of Pump
ing Station on Minne
Work has begun on the grading of
tho site for the new $32,000 pumping
station to be erected at tho corner of
Eighteenth street and Minnesota ave
nue southeast, which will furnish water
to tho territory east of the Anacostla
The station Is expected to be In opera
tion by June 1. Water towers of 100 000
gallon capacity nro to be erected on the
grounds nf the Itnndle e- 1 ir
schools and at Tenth street and Ala
bama nvenue.fl Cnn-tre s riel n
twelvo Inch main will be laid froir.
Eighteenth street and Minnesota ave
nue southeast, to Oood Hope. The total
cost of the Improvement, amounting to
about (19,000 will be paid out of the gen
eral fund of the water department.
Naval Vessel Escapes
Eruption in Alaska
The collier Nero hns sallod from
Kodlac Island to Sitka, and will proceed
south to take on a cargo of sand to bo
used In the construction of tho Pearl
Island drv dock. ,
From this It Is understood that the
vessel was not Injured during tho recent
volcanic eruption In Alaska.
Gen. Wood Returning.
MaJ. Qen. Leonard Wood will return
to Washington tomorrow from nn In
spectlon of Fort Warren and the forti
fications at Hoston, and will begin the
flnnl preparation of his annual report,
including some of the recommendations
made a year ago.
Panic Is Averted
In Picture Theater
Prompt action on tho part of mem
bers of No. 12 englno company prevent
ed a panic among the patrons of a mo
tion picture theater nt 614 Ninth street
northwest late yesterday afternoon,
when flro was discovered In the chim
ney near the roof of the building,
Tho firemen were advised of the situa
tion upon their arrival by tho manager
of the theater and proceeded to the roof
by means of a side stairway. In leos
than two minutes, the blaze, caused by
soot In the chlmnev, had been ertln
gulshcd, and the audience knew nothing
of the fire. The dumagc was lu.
"Their Lives for Gold" A Greit a.Rtel
fctturo today, Virginia Theater.
Try Our 25c Regular Dinner at the
Manhattan. DIE Mb. st. N, W.
Quickly Ends Piles
and Barber's Itch!
No discovery of tho present century
has been so universally welcomed by
yhyslctnns nnd sufferers alike as Dr.
lebras' I'ngold. This Is a truly mar
velous rimedy for Eczema, Itching
Illes. l'olrun Ivy, Prickly Heat, Har
bor's Itch, Tetter, Acne, Psoriasis.
Pimples, and Hnsh. It stops the most
terrific Itching the moment it Is ap
plied. Ungold Is as good for the skin
troubles that make little babies fret
us It Is for the older folks with Im
poverished blood It enn't harm any
one. I'ngold applied to galled or Itch
ing feet relieves Instantly. Ungold
heals Hums, IJolK Cuts, Wounds and
Sores without fire or smarting. Un
gold eradicates effects of lilies of In
sects and Mosquitoes. Ungold cools,
soothes nnd heals Jovfullv. No matter
what ynu have tried without success,
get I'ngold today and live In peace.
I'ngold Is sold by all Druggists at
50r n Jnr or will be sent charges ptf.
paid by The O. C Illttner Co., Toledo,
O.. on receipt of price.
wKly STORES EVERYWHERE NSfc
Malaga Raisins, 3oc pkgs.
a Currants, pkg 10c
Seeded Raisins 8c
Citron, lb 20c
Dates, pkg 10c
Crown Figs, lb. . . : 20c.
Evap. Peaches. .. .10c & 12c
Apricots, lb 12c & 15c
Prunes, lb 5c
Prunes, lb 8c, 10c & 15c
Fancy Mincemeat, lb 10c
Plum Pudding, ind 9c
No. 1 size 23c
No. 2 size 43c
Red River Molasses 9c
Palmetto Molasses 9c
Duff's Pure N. O. Molasses,
25c size 18c
SYRUP, can . 10c
AUNT JEMIMA'S Pancake
or Buckwheat, QQ
package -. .-. .,y
ZATEK, the new 1 f) 1Q
Icing, pkg 12
1 PKG. COCOANUT 5c
8 cakes for 25c
3 cakes for . . . 10c
BAKING POWDER, 1 r q
Sanitary Brand, lb I J
Extra Specials for This Week
Morton's Sifting Table Salt "1 AC
Two Regular 10c pkgs. for "
ONIONS, i peck . . 5C
COTTOLENE, Small . . . 27c
COTTOLENE, Medium . 54c
Tioga Asparagus, can I2V2C
Mott's New Sweet Cider, gallon 23c
Spearmint Gum, 2 packages for 5c
Regular 15c pkgs. Plymouth Rock Acid- fl
ulated Gelatine, package
FLOUR ar it 20c
Our Guarantee If you ever used a better flour at any
price, or if for any reason this flour is not satisfactory to
you, we will cheerfully refund the purchase price.
BREAD LLoave! lie
If it isn't good bread vou don't want it at any price.
Try a loaf and you will know the reason for our tremendous
sales of this item..,. Quality counts.
LARGE CANS CUT BEETS 10c
Polk's Sauer Kraut, can 8c
Polk's Golden Pumpkin, can 8c
Stringless Beans (Schriver's) can 9c
Pears (in syrup) 9c
Kidney Beans, can 7Vjc
Corn and Tomatoes mixed, can 9c
No. l can Tomatoes 5c
No. 1 can Corn 5c
Silver Peas, can 10c
BEST CREAMERY 3rt
BUTTER, lb tS C
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, Etc
Potatoes, peck ; 20c
Sweet Potatoes,' peck 25c
Fine Apples, peck 29c
Grimes' Golden, peck 55c
Grape Fruit 5c & 6c
Florida Oranges, doz 25c
Malaga Grapes, lb I2V2C
BEST PURE LARD, ICC
Crisco, 1 Yi lbs 23c
Crisco, 3 lbs 45c
Crisco, 6 lbs 88c
Wesson's Oil, 40c size. . .27c
Snowdrift, can 25c
PINK ALASKA SALMON.
Same as sold last season for
12c per can regular OCC
price. 3 FOR CO
Mushrooms, can 19c
Mushrooms, 1st choice. . .25c
Pimentos, Spanish Sweet
Peppers, can 10c
13c, 23c, 33c, 63c
Grape Juice 12c & 18c
Extract Vanilla . . .5c, 9c, 15c
Durkee's Salad Dressing,
9c & 24c
PURE MAPLE SYRUP.
New England Brand.
Pint cans 23c
Quart cans 43c
For the table, rtr
C. C. Pride is One Brand
that you may be sure will give you
satisfaction when used jn place of
butter on the table. Do not give a
final opinion on Oleo until you have
tried Capital City Brand.
Special Low Price For a Few Days
Sanitary Selected Eggs
In sealed cartons, every egg guar
anteed, per dozen
14th & Irving sis. !)lh & Era sts.
SHI lSlli Rt
3.112 Georgia etc.
lUlli & S sts.
1,'ith & V sts.
Ill' I Till st.
2l)th & H sts.
3103 H st.
fitli & (i sts.
North Capitol &
1st & V sts.
SO It. I. are.
1(131 North Cap.
200 V st.
WHERE TO FIND OUR STORES
1115 11 st.
K. 317 SUi st.
&03 H st
3d A si 3.
1321 R st.
100$ C st.
7th A Fenn. arc.
207 13th st.
7th k I) Ms.
Hi A N sts.
Gth A K sts.
tasrmiMrr. - .-em
IT'S not conducive to merriment to eat some
thing nice and then have a feeling in your
stomach as though you had swallowed a brick.
? Indigestion makes one nervous irritable -unfit for
work worried and generally run down.
- To work full1 time the system has got to be in good
tuit nnrma tnr r unv titum
L,xinhvwvwnnr vruttrt t vrrui-
will rectify indiscretions in eating and drinking it will cleanse the
bowels in a gentle yet thorough manner it will carry off all objec-
DonaDie maner wimouc pain or griping ic aoes
not upset the natural functions of the body. -c.
It is a most desirable LAXATIVE BLOOD PURI
FIER contains nothing injurious the most delicate wo
man can use it fearlessly the strongest man, will find it
does its work thoroughly even in most obstinate cases.
At all druggists 25c, 50c and $1.00 a box. Write for
free sample and 100 page book to Partola Co., 160 Second
Ave., New York City.
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your Bell Directory.
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l elephone Company