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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1912.
FOUR OFFICERS TO
GET MEDALS FOR
Sixth Cavalry Men Win
Honors Because of Brav
ery in' Philippines.
'oof offleer of the Slitli Cavaliv will
ecetv medals o honor from tho
President at tho White House Nocm
or h for acts of braver) performed
ihlle In sen Ice In the rhlllpplnej
Capt. J. A. Hacr, of the Sixth Cavalry,
now stationed at Tort Myer, la familiar
th the story of the fight that, moro
Uin' three years after Its conclusion,
brines' medals to tho men.
Jlklrl, o pearl bandit, had terrorized
the natives off the coast of llorneo and
the Jolo archipelago for sevirul years
He robbed and murdered as he pleased,
""nifty expeditions were made agjlnst
him but ho fought them off or escaped
Finally he was driven to u cie In
n extinct volcano called Patlan is
land. There his forces, six men and
three women, made a last stand. Ameri
can soldiers bombarded the cave for
twenty-four hours with no effect. Then
they -rushed the defence Jlklr' e
them outside the cac. It was knives
the rushed tho defmsc. Jlrlrl wna
Killed In a personal encounter tltn
First Lieut. Arthur II. Wllcon, now
Jtatloned at Fort Dcs Moines, Iow.i
The other officers ho distinguished
themselves weru dipt Archie Miller,
quartermaster's department, l'ort
Ktough. Mont.; Pecond I.teut. John T.
Kennedy, Fort Des Moines, Iowa, and
Quartermaster Sergeant Joseph Hen
derson, Fort Des Moines, Iowa. Three
officers and eleven enlisted men or the
Sixth Cauilry were killed on this ltttlo
expedition as well as fle men of the
Second Artillery two sailors and ths
entire Jlklrl band.
Capt Julian . Oaujot. F'rst Cavalr.
now stationed at bole Harracks. Idaho,
will also recelvo a medal of honor
While on duty near Aqua I'rictu, a
band of Mexican soldiers had fled across
the International border to escape
rebels. The rebels surrounded them
and becan pouring In a hot lire The
federal leader appealed to Captain
QauJo( for aid, saving there wero (He
Americans among the group on which
the rebels had trained their lire Cap
tain Caujot. with Charlct J McKean
a private citizen, marched throimh th
fire to the Mexican ranks, pot the lle
Americans and calmlv took them, still
under fire, out of tho danger zone.
Seaman Is Drowned
In Chinese Waters
Admiral Nicholson, commander of the
Asiatic fleet at Shanghai, tabled the
Navy Department that Iluny L Hal
low, a seaman on the Saratoga, till
overboard todnv and, was drowned
Barlow enlisted two jenrs ago from
Ohio, and was nineteen jours of age.
Ills father, Henry Barlow, Ues In San
Solid Gold Bracelets
122 value 120 le value ,ll
tlLUS lA5p. value 7n.
$10" value U0
s. .'J aiuo so.su
Baby Size $3 00, Just the thins for
W. A. DEFIBAUGH,
Jen-eler and Optician,
31 II St. .V. A .
409 to 417 Seventh Street N.W.
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MISS AUGUSTA BRAUN.
OBJECT TO POTATOES
GROWN BY PRISONERS
Massachusetts Farmers Urge
Labor Union to Cease Buying
"Spuds" So Raised,
MIDDI.CIIOnO. Mass , Nov 17.-Sles
III tho retail maiket here of potatoes
raised li nrthnn lul... ,tn Ihn ai,,a
farm at DrldKunuter have stirred furm
crs or this M-ctlnn, and as a risult of
this opposition nienihf rs of the tneul
Central Labor Union have been urged to
slop liujlng the "spuds"
Tonight the Central Labor Union will
pet ofllclully on writ ther or not the sulcs
aro to bo condemned by union labor.
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f.'.lO per IIMI Ihi. per lb.
Ileil onih Hernlcb led, $2.23
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led t'oinb riKrmi Fred, f31U
per 10O lbs. .1e per lb.
(round Ment Mral, .1.00 per 100
lbs. 4v per lb.
(inltanlsrd Iron firll and Miell
Iloxes, rOe each.
Mann's Ilonr t'utlern, 0.00 rarh.
AKrntn for 'the Norvlcli Autn
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Kritln, Nara' t'me, saves labor.
I'rntls' I'oultr; I'ouda. tonkej'M
P. MANN & CO.
207 Ttb sf.'V W.T-hone "Vlnln 1121.
Suits . . .
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Norfolks, in two and three-button coats, with high cut vests, semi-peg
cut trousers. The materials are plain and fancy worsteds, tweeds, and
cassimcres, in tan, brown, gray, and blue.
Overcoats . .
Men's Convertible Collar and Velvet Collar Overcoats, in 46
inch and 52-inch lengths, with or without belts. They arc in brown,
tan, and gray kerseys, lined with serge, and well finished throughout.
and Norfolk Suits . . . .
Handsome Suits in cassimeres and tweeds, including blues, grays,
and browns. The cuts are full double-breasted or Norfolk models, with
wide Knickerbocker pants, taped seams, lined throughout, and finished
with buckles on bottoms. Sizes 7 to 17 years. Special for $4.08.
Bos' Convertible Collar Overcoats, Tourist models, in fancy ker
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coats, well made, and bound to appeal to the taste of particular boys.
Special for $4.48.
GIRL PIANIST WINS
Miss Augusta Braun, Aged Twelve,
to Have Prominent Part
Annuls Tlraiin. the tn elve-year-old
daughter of Carl C Braun, of 1139 Sev
enth street nortnwest, won sucn tavDr
enin sired tiurunYwi, "ii ," ..".
among the German musla overs of
Washington by her clever playing at
concerts clen by the Washington Baen
gerbund and the Gormanla Macnner
chor thai, during the winter, she will bo
one of the features at tho entertain
ments to he glcn oy tne iacnnercnor.
Rarelv has anv performer In the Cap
ital receUed such an oatlon aa was
given to little .Mis uraun at tun
played tho Nocturne in D flat and. as
an encoro "The vaise, also in u nai,
by Chopin. Trot. rcmiio toss unns-
markable. not only for Its sum tech-
nlque, but for Its full, beautiful tone and
nrtlstlc finish, unusual for a child of
Little "Miss Braun ha. been taking
ano le.Bona.four years. Hho Is tho .
pupil of Miss Grace Gilchrist.
TO HEAR WH1TTAKER
ON JAIL SENTENCES
Citizens' Body Will Give Smoker,
When Workhouse Head Will
The Rnutheast Citizens' Aioc at on
5.nlivrut "hlch" W II. Whli- ' """' TO"' " lcae W""""""
taker, superintendent of tho wprkhousf I I0.r,.fi?,!!Jr ,,,i,.,,e the Wrisht pro
at Oiconuan. will deliver an address In' "I'm Jhf, i,a. 1.., Si rolled park
which the intermediate jail sentence and 'J"'0"11'-"L0 -'imanst! aline k number
the suspended sentence will be udvocat- V wii?,? wSlaSTtS tho arm? avla
ed Mr Whlttakcr Is making the of 'i1ji ' '"ijUSilf" t Collea-r Park
rounds of tho tltliens' associations with l0-.1" ,T four new W?lahtm
the object in view of converting the v. hero no luarour new rig nt m
mrmbe'r. to his belief In. regard to the Mn 5'c.h..h.? . iWJSfi. 'eV" ,. ti
Jail punlshmenta for criminals in tne
District of Columbia.
ii i:. tMwards. nnsldent of the Fed
eration of Citizens' Associations, will nl
erauon or uusrna Aiiucuiraiia, mil ui.
so i Idress those present at the smoker
on the general work of tho citizens1 as-
soclatlons In Washington. Mr IMvvurds
has several plana for tho winter's work,
of the associations, which l will ex-
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hers of the association will meet to. take care of the machines and head
transact business j uiuirtera during the wUiter.
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FOR ARMY FLYERS
A yiat Otl SaUad Divided UP
rlVUUIUH iJ4Uu "'""'" -T
Between Georgia and
All preparations for the southern win-
tor trip of the army aviator, war. com-
pletcd jrsterday when seven Dipianes
wero packed unonrd icrigni cars rcauy
to ,h 0UrnP.
Four of these machine. b. -hJPj
pod to Augusta, Ga . where they will
bo flown during tho cold weather by
capt Charles DcForcst Chandler, Lieut.
?,h ,"?WUt " 7n'
Arnold, Lieut. William Sherman,
Lieut. Harry uranam, anu wt. "
C Klrtland. Three of these four are
Wrights, and the other a Burs,
which will be flown exclusively by
The other consignment of biplanes,
three Curtlss', will be shipped to San
Diego, Cal , where the Curtlss aviators
of tne army will pass tho winter months
Later In the winter one of the Curtlss
flying boata" will be shipped to Ban
Diego for ue by the men who fly
thut make machine. Lieut. Samuel Mc.
Leary, Lieut L. II. Brereton, Lieut.
Iouls tioodler, Jr , and Lieut. Thomas
1'ark now aiu at Hamtnondsport, N.
."'"-, ""'.. I""" ..' .-
Capt. Irtdrlck Ilenness, of tho Cur
ties tquadron of fliers, will remain In
fh eltv for the nresent to keen tab on
- -' ---. r,T,t. r Mir Wrlcht
'ho Government tests of the wrigni
mac bines to be flown br K"""";
Kahltzke will fly only ,,n the afternoons
when It not oo cold,
The Wright aviators leae
tr iln tomorrow afternoon.
e on a rpeelal
. taking w in
thmii tweniv-nve ennsteii men wnn win
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