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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
verified, Mr, Thompson, so Informed by
his proxy, will make out a receipt for
thp full amount, and turn It over to
Mr. McClung. There after the new
comer will be responsible.
During the, money counting, armed
Ladies of Maccabees
Plan Charity Show
National Hive, No. 1, Ladles of tho
Maccabees, will give an entertainment
In tho Pythian Templo tonight nt 8
o'clock for tho benefit of charity.
Taking part will bo W. K. Uraltha
walte. Alfred llodrlck, Miss Helen Howl,
son, Miss Allco O'Neill, Mrs. A. W. Mor
chant, Mrs. M. Tomson, Miss Makel
Klrby, Miss Catherine M. Oeracl, P. E.
Ilarbcr, and Miss Until Stanford.
Prepare for Exhibition
At Corcoran Gallery
Tho Corcoran Clallcry of Art will bo
closed to tho public from Saturday
evening, November 23, until Tuesday
morning, December 17, for the Installa
tion of tho fourth exhibition of con
temporary American oil paintings. P.
Pictorial Review Patterns Headquarters
HELD IN HONOR OE
TO COUNT UNCLE
guards will be detailed over the rount-
lug rooms and tho passageway from
the vaults. Counters will bo "check
ed" going Jo and coming from tho
task. They will be "fed" by the regu
lar vault attendants, who will bring
In gold, sliver, currency, and bonds,
and remove that that has been count
ed. The bonds will bo totaled on an
It. Mcflulrc. director, has sent out
notices of the closj of the bulldlnj
during tho spaco of time.
Informed by New York Au
thorities Photographs Will
it. Be Here Soon.
School Officials Among
Those Who Attended the
Expected to Take Two
Weeks to Make Out Mc-
IN JEWEL ROBBERY
. . . . . t
A. L1SNER Hour : 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. G STREET
Washington poller today are anxiously
awaiting the receipt of police photo
graphs of Lottie Vogcl. alleged dia
mond thief, who was slain during a
pistol duel with detectives In a New
York hotel Monday night, and Sophlo
Ueckendorf, alleged accomplice of tho
Vogels, In the hope of determining
whether either was the daring servant
glr thief who. In March. 1911, stole
$10,000 worth of Jewelrv from the home
of Miss Mary 11 Adams. 1G21 Now
Hampshire avenue northwest
Miss Adams, however. Is understood
to be out of the cltv at present, and
there Is no one clue connected with the
household who could malec the Identi
fication. If ilthcr Is tho protograph of
the right woman.
Photographs Not Done.
In responso to a dslpatch from tho
police here. Inspector l'auror. In charge
of the New York detective bureau, wired
that the photographs of the women had
not been completed, but would be for
warded as soon as ready. Inspector
Uoardman. Chief of Detectives, said ho
did not expect the photographs before
ft was on March -. 1911. that the
home of Miss Adams was robbed bv a
maid who gave the name of Mary
Miller, who had only been thcro a few
hours. The Jewelry belonged to Miss
irfftni. ,nj Mm Merrvman. a house.
RUest. The woman obtained u position
frtm Miss Adams on tho strength of
faXe references. ...... ..,.
It developed afterward that Mary Mil
ler, under various aliases, had operated
extensively In a similar manner In
many largo cities. After leaving wash.
Intton, she continued to rob homes
where she obtained emplojment, but
he successfully escaped nrrest.
The robberies whlih the Vogels, aided
tar the Ueckendorf girl, ure alleged to
bare committed I" New York, arc so
similar to the Adams robberv that the
police believe that the Vojel woman
may have been the much-wanted Mary
Miller, alias Muller alls Klein, alias
Schwartz. ..The poll' e do not believe
that the Beckmdorf girl could be the
one wanted here, us she Is only eight
een years old no. while tho servant
who nibbed M'.J" Adnnis' home was ie.
scrlbud at the time as about twenty
flYS. Got Girls to Steal.
There Is no claim made that Lottie
Voge.1 or her reputed husband, Henry
Vogel, uctuallj committed any of the
thefts In New York The Ueckendorf
girl. It Is claimed, admitted that she
committed the rohheiles under the direc
tion of the Vogels. afterward turning
the. loot over to them It was on Infor
mation furnished by her that the couple
were traced. Vogel, It Is charged, hud
a. number of girl thlctes working for
The police here believe that If the
VoAeln were actualU the brains of the
robberies In New York It Is more than
Ilkelv that the Vonel woman, during her
career, has been the principal In similar
thefts, and the fact that she Is sulil to
cnswsr tho dercrlpt'on of Mary Miller
strengthens their contention that she
was the woman wanted here.
FIRE DRILL SAVES
Beauty and Inspiration combined to
make the memorial services for Isaac
Falrbrother, late supervising principal
of the Eighth division schools of South
Washington, held last night nt tho
Church of Our Father, more than
unusally Interesting. The exercises
Wero nttendeil tiv n lnrirm nnrahnr nt
school ofllclals, public school teachers
ana menus or the deceased.
8. K. Kramer, representing the super
vising rrlnrlnaht. tnnlf. i.rlrtv tn
long service given by Mr. Falrbrothor
in noutn Washington, where ho filled a
large place In the life of the community
and displayed unusual sympathy for tho
needs of tho people there.
Other addresses were made by Miss
"" "'" an;prn, representing the teach,
ers of the Klghth division; the Uev. Ar
thur W. Hnnnnnr l-l.o -' .'
?M.Br.rH: u.nd ,Ur'..V', M- Ovldson. supor
th.e i1l .of c,$?'' ,K- " nanlels. or
the Hoard of Hducallon. presided, ind
1!' D"'- Pronounced
Hurried preparations are being made
nt tho Treasury for the counting or me
ll.550.00O.CO0 dollars, funds of the Unit
ed States that aro to be turned over
by Leo McClung to Cnrml Thompson,
next Treasurer of the United States.
Twenty-four counters, experienced
men and women, who have been long In
tho Government service will be as
sTgned tho task. At this counting they
will have the nsslstanco of counting
machines, making the process more
rapid than It has Ijccii In the past.
This great wealth of more than
11,350.000.000 will be brought from tho
aults and heaped In piles upon twenty
four counting tables. In a closely guard
ed room. Thcro tho counters will work
away until the task Is done. It Is esti
mated that It will take about two weeks.
Tho count will be begun as soon as
Mr. Thompson qualifies for tho Job as
Treasurer, both ho and Mr. McClung
will be represented by proxy during tho
counting. Neither of them can be per
sonally In attendance under the law. As
soon as the count Is completed and
Members of Engineer Corps Pre
vent Spread of Flames
The value of Are drills at armv posts
was clearly demonstrated last night,
when the 600 men tompvjng the First
Battalion. United States Engineer
Corps, stationed at the Arsenal, at tho
foot of Four-und-a-half street south
west, turned out at the sounding of the
fire gongs and prevented whut might
have been a serious mnllagratlon.
'Tho tire was on the rourth floor of
the commissary building. Just Inside the
gatos, and was of unknown origin.
Near bv uie several other buildings. In
cluding the hospital In less than five
minutes several streams of wuter from
hydrants Inside the grounds were nlav-
Ing on the Haines, which weie soon ex
tlngulshvd When the District firemen
reached the Arsenal In response to un
alarm they found little io do.
The chief damage was the destruction
of a, qimntltv of sugar stored on the
floor where the the originated. The loss
Is placed at 11.200
The home of William Ilagley, 1007
Forty-fourth street. Dinnwood, was
damaged T hv lire last cnlng. Tho
cause of the blaze could not bu detci
tnlned. WOMAN BULL MOOSE
STILL FOR COLONEL
While seated In the Columbia Theater
last night Lyman II. Lamb, eighty
years old, and for many years dooi
keepcr of the playhouse, was seized
with heart disease, and died almost ln
stuntly. He was borno through the
little door beneath tho stage as he col
lapsed, and expired before the arrival
of an ambulance from Emergency Hos
pital Besides being stago doorkeeper at tho
Columbia Theater. Lamb also guarded
a gate at the baseball park, and was
well known In the cltv. whir,. i, 1K-...1
for forty years. He was u native of
Vermont, and camo to the Capital In
1861. He lived nt 0 F street southwest,
and Is survived bv a wife and six chil
dren. He was known personally to hun
dreds of actors and actresses, and was
popular among them. 'Ihe funeral nr
langemcnts have not been completed.
E. B. THOMAS.
N'pn'H hAR hpen rprelvp,! In thin Htv
of tho suicide of K. It. Thomas, adver
tising manager of the Dally News of
Staunton, Vu., In the latter city at 7
o'clock last night. He was nineteen
years of age, and left this city six
Z. S. BUCKLER. !
Funeral services for Z. S. Huckler.
an employe of tho Adjutant Oener.il t.
office in the War Department, will be
held at 10:30 o'clock tomoirow morning
in the Hamllnc M. H. Church, with the
llev. Joseph M. Gray officiating. The
interment will nc in urcenmouni wem
CHARLES M. FFOULKE.
nt.n nt tft .Tnhn'l. KmacOllUl Church
Sixteenth and 11 streets northwest.
Itlshop Harding, assisted by the Itcv
I, award . inimap, outdated i
service. Interment was In Kock
MRS. JOSEPH E. CRAIG.
The last rites for Mrs. Joseph Kdg.ir
Crolg. wife of Rear Admiral C'ralg, I'
S. N.. retired, who died nt her home.
ISIS New Hampshire avenue northwest.
Sunday, weiu hold ut 10:30 o'clock this
morning from St. I'aul's nplscopal
Church, with the Rev. Robert Talbot
officiating. The Interment was In Ar
BRYAN T, HEALEY.
Ptipxrnl sen Ices for llryan Temple
ton Healcy, who died Sunday at his
ilium. IA r: stuet northwest, were held
at 0:30 o'clock this morning at St
Aloysltis Church. Requiem high mass
was rnld for tho icposc of his soul
The Interment was In Mount Olivet
vKLiia m. rruuLuc. a
oral of Charles M. Ffoulke, I
In Arizona on November 1., I
at 2 o'clock yesterday after- I
b Rev II
In the ill
Cincinnati Doctor Believes Roose
velt Will Win Out
fl in 1916.
on ihe Stomach
Stuort's Dyspeiisln Tnblet8 lUmoTr
It and All Other Forms ol
That awful feeling as though thcr.'
were a heavy weight on your stomach
as though you had . swallowed n
enormous lump of lead Is caused b
the failure of jour stomach to thoi
oushly digest your foods. You ma
have enten too fast or too much. You
stomach may ho overworked and tlrd
out. It Is too weak to produce enough
of tho digestive Juices necessary to tak
proper care of the food. Gases form
and causo all sorts of agony. Tht
Dr. Sarah M. Sleners, of Cincinnati,
an ardent l'rogresslve. is In Washing
ton on her way to the n.u.lonal woman's
suffrage convention nt rhliudelphla. to
wnicn sne is a delegate. She said:
"Governor Wilson will have to make
good as President if h'j wants a second
term, and we do not believe he van
The Republicans are sure to reunite,
and they will come together as tho
. Progressive party, the party of ttw fu
ture, with Theodore Itnosevelt as our
next President after Wilson. I tlilul;
Wilson Is all right, or will be when
he becomes th.,nughl, converted to
rotes for women though, of course,
I would have preferred tn see tho Pro
gresslves successful, s they camo out
for us boldly."
Dr. Slcwers Is an old cnmpnlgner,
and has led the women for many years
n Hamilton counts Ohio, notably In
the fights foi free books In the schools
and fur a woman member on the bo.nd
of education, both of which hnve been
She was a nomine,. for Congress on
the ProgieBslve ticket at tho recent
Fined for Speeding.
James Randall, colored, charged with
driving a mntorcvele delivery at a
greater speed than the law allows, was
fined U todav by Judge Pugh. of tho
District Police Court Randall denied
absolutely having speeded the motor
cycle, but the ofileer held to the charge
and he was fined.
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Rib Chops, lb.,
Shoulder Chops, lb.,
' Stew Meat, lb.,
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another party on your line has finished? Upon this may
depend your success the coming season. Get direct line
service it costs only a few cents more a week than tho
Remember how natural it is for people to turn to tho
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proper attention by telephone as in person.
Call the Business Office for rates to-day.
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Two Christmas hooks for the
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The lest 25c book" of the year
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for two hours.
Through the Looking Olass and
What Alice Found There. V) il
lustrations Human's I'llgrlm's Progress, ft II
luitr.itlons. A Child's Story of the Bible. 73 II-lustiations.
A Child's Life of Christ. O lllus.
Aesop's Kablcs. 63 Illustrations.
Swiss Family Iloblnson. V) illustra
tions. Ilxploratlnn and Adventure In Afri
ca VJ Illustrations.
Jingles tml Fairy Tales. 231 Illus
trations. Tho Htory of the Frozen Seas. 70 II
lustiutlons. Wood's Natural History. M illustra
tions. Black Beauty. By Anna ScwclL 0)
Arabian Nights' Kntertainments. 120
Andersen's Fairy Tales. 75 Illustra
tions. Flower Fables. By Louisa M. Al
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Aunt Martha's Corner Cupboard
bv Marv and Elizabeth Klrby. H
I'ncle Tom's Cabin M Illustrations
Talis From Shakespeare" By
Charles und Mary Lamb, a Illus
trations. Adventures In Toyland. 70 Illustra
tions. Adventures of a Brownie. IS Illus
trations. Llttlo Lrime Trlnce. By Miss Mu
lock. 21 Illustration?.
The Sleepy King. 77 Illustrations.
On the Third Floor
Not quite ready yet for the Bazaar but
many of the aprons are here. Come tomor
iov for dainty pointed and round Aprons;
some scalloped, some with sewing pocket; all
trimmed with lace or embroidery, ftr,
Too good to be here for long at C 3 v
Dresses Reduced in Prices
Making Room for the Christmas Apron Bazaar.
$5 for $10 HaU
$2 for $5 HaU.
$5 for $10 HaU. WjSi
$2 for $5 HaU. -JHfc
Only 28 shopping days
to Christmas so that
room has to be made for
"fancy" things. Dresses
have to give up room
for the "Apron Bazaar"
and thus a quick
$25.00 Dresses $15
with Robespierre collar
and lace jabot; Cordu
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girdle, vest, and collar;
Serge Dresses, with
$8.00 Dresses $5
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navy and black. Some
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with Hercules braid
trimmings; some with
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While the experts permanently here are famous it is none
the less imperative to be always getting new ideas. Thus the en
gagementfor this week of Mme. Donahue, the famous New York
Demonstration Models $1.29 to $6.89.
The Corsets used for demonstration purposes are for sale to
morrow at $1.29, instead of $2 to $3; at $3.69, instead of $5.00 to
$6.50; at $6.89, instead of $10 to $12.
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