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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
BUYS ACKER ESTATE
OF 36,275 EEET
J. Eakin Gadsby Pays $17,-
177.50 for Tract Near
The Union Station.
The Acker estate, at tho southwest
corner of North Capitol and E streets,
containing 36,275 square feet, was put
up at public miction cstcrday nnd pur
chased by J. Eakln Gadsby for 17.1)7.DO.
The price per foot was 12.10. which Is
regarded as about normal for land In
There aro no Improvements on the
property, and the purchaser docs not
expect to make any, at least at pres
ent. The purchase was made as an
Investment. Thomas J. Owen & Bon
were the auctioneers.
Underwood Buys Home.
Majority Ihder Oscar Underwood has
purchased tho historic residence at 2000
O street northwest, and pointers and
xtaperhangcrs are now at work on tne
This residence was built many years
o by Albert A. Wilson, United States
marshal for the District, and a close
personal friend of President Cleveland,
who was In office at the time.
During the Cleveland Adinlnstratlon
the house was a rendezvous for Dem
ocratic lenders, the President frequent
ly being anions' the number.
The property then passed Into tho
posjvsslon of Mujor Archibald Butt,
aide to President Taft, who occupied It
until the Titanic disaster, when his
heroic conduct and tragic death were
subjects of comment everwhere. Hlnco
then the house has been vacant.
There are fourteen rooms and threo
baths In the house, whlih Is well con
structed for entertaining purposes.
With Mr. Underwood ns Its owner, tho
place may again become n frequent
meeting place for the Democrats. Tho
consideration at which the sala ns
mado Is wlthcld, but it Is understood to
be In excess of that at which Major Uutt
purchased It. William Corcoran Hill
represented Mr. Underwood, and Allan
E. Walker S. Co., represented the ilutt
Seven sales wcro recorded late Yes
terday afternoon of Hlshxlcw homes,
recently built by Harry Wardman. All
the houses lire on U street, and con
tain six rooms and bath. The prices
ransid from JIM'W to JAI.50. The pur
chasers were Nathan It. Schwartz,
Margaiet L. Hunt, Joseph II Edmonds.
Ijura M. Hickman, jMin W Kenton,
Frank W. Cummins, Trunk I. Tenny
son. It U understood all the pur
chasers mill occupy their properties.
Builds Highland Home.
George A. Van Dackenhnuscn has
bought a large building lot on Madison
nvenue. In the Hlxteenth Street High
lands, from the Holmes Central Itealty
Company, and will begin at once the
(rectlon of a residence. The price of
the lot was clove to (.1,0(0 nnd the plans
for the house cull for an expenditure of
Shannon & Luchs report two sales of
dwellings today. One Is the six-room
house ut 127 L'hlnnd Terrace northeast
to C. D. Harris, tliu consideration being
33,300. The other was the six-room
dwelling at 746 llobart street to Joseph
Savla for J2.750 lloth purchasers will
occupy tho dwellings.
TRIAL IS STARTED
Attorneys Begin Statements About
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Nov. 21.-With a
Jury selected after two venires consist
ing f forty-eight men had been ex
hausted, the trial of the thirty officers
and employes of the National Cash
Register Company, of Dayton, Ohio,
charged by tho Goernment with con
spiracy In restraint of trade, began In
the Federal court here tod.iy.
Attorneys for the prosecution and de
fense began their statements to the
Jury at the opening of the court,
Stilt Ahead of Wilson, With In
dications of Split in Electoral
Vote of State.
BAN FHANCIKCO. Cal., Nov. 2L-Col-onel
Iloosevelt Is slxty-flvo ahead of
tVoodrow Wilson In the faco of com
plete returns from thirty-four of the
fifty-eight counties In California.
Tho same return Indlcato that the
ellcctoral vote of thu State will be split,
as some of the Vt Msou electors are run
ning uheud of the lowest llnosovelt elec
tors. Annual Visitation
Of Grand Commandery
The annual Ieltatlon of officers of the
trrnnd comtnamleis of the O olden Cross
to Good Will and Golden Commanderlcs
took place on last Tuesday evening In
the hall of the I.ojul Legion of Women,
41 Tenth stitet northwest. Mrs. L. II.
Patterson, deput) grand commander,
presided ner the nuctlng
Tho program for the evening con
sisted of Khon addresses by Mrs. Mury
A. Dow, grand comtnandei ; Andrew
Wilson, and Prof C Wood. Miss Annie
Wulton ri ndcred a piano polo, und Miss
Helen Itolilnson. William Rmlth. and
Samuel White sung Mis. J. U. Colton ,
gu.u u iviituituu, uiiu urorKO liuutviiy
delivered an original poem. Refresh
ments were served
OoJyOr; "BROMO OUWlSt," that h
Laxative Rromo Ouinlne
Cutm a Cold In On Day, C(VU 3 Day
A GENUINE TREAT
Uer member of the fain
llr will enloy nrliMla cakei
c.ir ..-,;,;,, ivu.'1, "' milleivh self.
dCIIr21Slng HaltMnic Ilurkwheut You Kt
w liurkwheat ana MO Hi';
iHukuheut when ou order
UTM your srocrr i Nc, consumers supplied.
B. B. EARNS HAW St BRO
Wholesaler. 11th and 31 Sts. S. IS.
GUIDE WAS SLAIN
Alexandria Officials, Working on Foul Play Clues, Sug
gested By Buckley's Friends, Certain He
Fell To Death.
WASIIINOTON TIUE8 DUnEAU,
ALEXANDRIA. VA. NOV. it.
"There Is no doubt but that Patrick
Buckley, 'the boy guide' of Alexandria,
came to his death from an accidental ,
fall, and there Is no suspicion of foul
play," was the statement made by Com-'
monwealth Attorney Samuel G. Ilrent
today, after he and Chief Goods, of the
Alexandria police department, had again
visited the uraddock House and spent I
soveral hours In closely questioning the I
Inmates. Mr. Brent, who was on tho I
scene of the accident shortly after I
Buckley's body was found, on Sunday ,
morning, went Into all the facts sur-'
rounding mo lasi movements oi me
boy at that time, and was convinced
that his death wus u result of an ac
Within tho last forty-eight hours,
however, some of Buckley's relatives
and friends, who are convinced that ho
met his death as a result of foul Dlay.
claimed to have found some suspicious
racts wnun wouia tena to prove mat
their theory was correct. As result Mr.
Brent ngnln took ud the matter to nnd
any confirmation of the rumors, and Is
more convinced man ever mat mere
are no Indications of a murder. The
police department holds the same view,
nnd Chief Goods has run down every
theory that has been advanced, but
NEW YORK FUNDS
Prosecutor Says City Official
Tried To Save Car
NEW YOUK. Nov. !!. Wticn tho
trial of former city Chamebrlaln
Charles II. IIdo was resumed before
Justice Goff today. District Attorney
Whitman opened for the prosecution.
He detailed at considerable length the
various Incidents which, he said, go to
make up tho crlmo of which Hyde Is
accused. As city chamberlain, Whit
man pointed out, Hyde wns In com
plete charge of tho financial affairs of
New York. Ho had the nbsoluto power
to dcslgnato city depositories and used
that power, according to the prosecu
tor, for his own advantage.
Hyde was Intcrsted In the Carnegie
Trust Company, Whitman said, and
when tho affairs of that concern be
came Involved ho tried to save It. Al
the request of his friend. William J.
Cummlngs, he secured a big loan from
the Northern Bank. To get that loan,
the district attorney alleged Hjde
promised Joseph O. Bobln, president
of the Northern, that ho would Increase
tho city deposits In tho Northern Bank
and kept this promise. Manipulation of
the city deposits In the manner alleged,
Whltmun said, was a felony.
THEATRICAL WAR IN
Opening of Mrs. Bradley's New
Theater Threatens Rivalry
With Gibson's Playhouse Set.
A theatrical war within the charmed;
circle or soceiy i tuinmv...., -,"?,"-as
the result of tho opening of Mrs.
Kdson Bradley's new theater adjoining
her Dupont Circle mansion. Her an
tagonist In the realm of art Is Preston
Gibson, playwright, cotillion leader, and
chief figure In tho management of the
Playhoise, which for tho past two sea
sons has been the Mecca of fashlonablo
thtatrlcal events In this city, ranging
from the appearance of Maurice, the
cabaret dancer, to the production of Mr.
Gibson's own one act sketches.
-. . I.. If nV,an nttrlhntn
tho disbanding of tho Bnchelors' cotil
lion to his Influence. It Js his plan eo
nave tno uancinK ruiy ui mc j -.
house take the placo of tho exclusive
uacnciors, ana ne nppes iu uii.uua vy
Increasing the power of the Playhouse
set, nnd minimizing that of Its chief
rival, Mr. Bradlev's J10O.0O0 theater, tho
opening of which Is now unnounccd to
take placo next month.
$50 TO $150 SAVED
New $300 Upright Piano;
F. G. SMITH PIANO CO.
Manufacturers of Pianos and Player-Pianos.
Bradbury Building, 1217 F St. rh"e M-
Factories at Leominster, Mass., and Brooklyn. N. Y.
without securing the slightest evidence
of foul play. . .- ...
City Coroner Samuel B. Moore said to
day he too Is convinced that Buckley's
death was an accident
The wedding last night In Christ
Church of Miss Pauline Kauntelroy
Nlcol, daughter of Judge Charles E
Nlcol to Dr. Benjamin Iden, Jr., of
Manassas, was one of the largest and
most elaborate that has been given In
Alexandria In a number of years.
Judge J.' B. T. Thornton closed the No
vember term of the circuit court yes
terday. Ho confirmed tho sale of the
property of the Belle Pre Bottle Com.
pany to Thurman It. Horner, of Wash
ington. City Tax Collector Patrick F. Gor
man will commence the sale of property
upon which there are delinquent taxes
due on December 3.
A final decree of divorce was granted
yesterday by Judge Thornton to Doro
thy M. Krauskopf from Charles a.
Krauskopt on the grounds of desertion.
The funeral of John T. Nails was
held today at his former residence, 801
King street. The services were conduct
ed by Huv. Mr. Nails, of the Baptist
TO BEAUTIFY CITY,
Permanency of Residence
Sections Help to Whole
BALTIMORE, Nov. 21. Beautifying n
city means Improvement In property
values and tcndB toward municipal pros
perity, according to speakers today be
fore tho Cllc Federation.
"City councils rarely moke any ef
fort to safeguard thc permanency and
desirability of residence centers, said
J. C. Nlrhols. of Kansas City. "Ileal
estate men by efficient planning, can
do this. It really pas to sacrifice Im
mediate sales for the future."
"It Is not opposition which retard!
city betterment work, but non-education
nnd Indifference," said Walter D.
Moody, managing director of the "Chi
cago plan" commission. "It Is only u
handful of years from school to the
ballot box. The school children of to
day will give us the city beautiful of
Had Big Fortune
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 21. The final
accounting of the estate of E. J.
("Lucky") Baldwin, millionaire horse
man and rancher, showing all of the
transactions of tho executor, N. A.
Unruh. for three years, has been made.
Tho report, which covers 929 tj Rewrit
ten pages nnd contains more than 1.
000.000 Items, was tho effort of a dozen
clerks worKing ror almost tour montns
The estate was shown to be worth J-U-000,000,
after all expenses and minor be
quests had been paid.
Home Face Peeling
(KYom Fashion Reporter )
No complexion treatment yet discov
ered seems to have become so generally
and so Immediately popular as the mer
collzed wax process. Kvldently the rea
son for this Is that this method actually
gets rid of a bud complexion, which can
hardly be said of anv other. To tem
porarily hide or bleach the defective
sktn with cosmetics, cannot compare
with the effect of llterully removing
tho skin Itself. Mercollzcd wax takes
off the offending surfaco skin In tlour
lllte particles, a little at a time, until
there's none of It left. Tho new com.
plexlon thus produced exhibits a heal
thy glow and girlish beauty obtainable
In no other way. This wax. which vou
can get at your drugglBl's Is applied at
night In tho same way you uso cold
cream, and washed oft next morning
Hero Is the only thing I know of that
actually does remove wrinkles, remove
them quickly, and at trilling cost: Pow
dercd saxoutc, 1 oz., dissolved In Vi pt.
witch hazel. Uso us a face bath.
On a High-Grade
Direct From Our
Factory to You
Christmas buyers should
not fail to take advantage of
fht'se great factory offerings.
New $600 Player-Piano;
BY HUMANE AGENT
Alleged He Made Proposition
With Driver To Swear
Stating from tho bench that until
tho matter was cleared up he would
have difficulty In placing credence in
any evidence that Humane Agent T
J. Hillary might give. Judge Pugh of
the District Police Court today order
ed Assistant District Attorney Bchuldt
to Investigate two cases In which the
officer had.appeared within the week
and see If the charge of subornation
of perjury was true. Mr. Bchuldt has
taken up the matter and will report
to the court within a few days.
Officer Hlllarv anneared In cuurt to.
day to press a charge of cruelty to
animals against Edward Oummel, of
the contracting II rm of. Oummel &
Son, of this city. The officer charged
tnat Air. uummei woricea a tamo norse
that was unfit for use.
Mr. Oummel and his driver, William
Sims, stated that the officer had made
a proposition to Sims that he swear
tnat tne norse was unm ror use, but
that Mr. Oummel required him to
work. Sims said that Hillary offered
to "make It all right for him."
Last week another case of cruelty
to animals was brought to Judge
Pugh'a court In which tne defendants
made nractlcally tho same chnnre
against the humane officer. The case
LOAN SHARK BILL
LIKELY TO PASS
Senate District Committee
pected To Recede on
Tt lo nrnVinfil Innn ahitrt lnllnnn
will hn nn art fA ahnrtK a ft am ih. t..nii..
" .---- ,, j ur(iir
nlng of the next session of Congress.
wibi hchbiuii lonierces or mo two
houses were unable to agree, but
friends of tho legislation believe agree
ment will be possible tho coming ses
sion. Tho Senate District Committee Is ex
pected to recede on tho question of In
cluding pawnbrokers and to Include
them In tho bill as tho HoiiBe desires.
It Is not unllkelv the House will yield
to the Senate on the Interest rate, which
tho House hill fixes at 1 per cent and
the Senate bill at W, per cent.
Extra Specials for This Week
ONE Pkg. "Uneeda Biscuit" FREE WITH
Each one-pound can of Sanitary Bak
ing Powder. Per can 15c
Perfection Mincemeat, lb 10c
Johnson's Mincemeat, lb 7J4c
Aunt Jemima's Buckwheat 0c
Van Camp's Soups, regular 10c can..7V2c
Loeber's I5c Preserves '. 10c
Superior 15c Preserves 10c
Pink Alaska Salmon, 3 cans for 25c
Easy Jell, with handsome glass dish
free, each package z
"Big Cup" Brand Coffee, lb 20c
"Little Bessie" 50c Brooms for 35c
Sanitary Brand Selected, Guaranteed
Eggs, per dozen 30c
Cuckoo (Plain) Kippered Herring,
10c can for 7c
California Lemon Cling Peaches, in syrup
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Bread 3 loaves for
Seeded Raisins, package
Mixed Nuts, lb
Better Rolled Oats for Less Money.
Sanitary Brand, one pkg 9c
THREE PKGS. for 25c
Carton IS pkgs. for $1.45
We urge you to try these Oats. We know that
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I4(h & Irrlng sts, 9th & Eye
2414 18th st.
Cth & G sts.
North Cnultol & K.
1st & V sts.
80 It. I. arc.
1G34 North Cap. St.
U0 V st.
3312 Georgia utc.
13th & S sts.
loth & V sts.
1121 7th st.
20th & II sts.
3103 11 st.
FARLEY GIRL'S HAND
SOUGHT IN MARRIAGE
"You Are Just My Style," Farmer
Writes to Defendant in
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 21,-Mlsi Ce
celia Farley today occupied the witness
stand for the third consecutive day, and
continued to relate details of tho story
which she hopes will Justify her slaying
In All In Zollinger. Tho morning's mall
brought several proposals or marriaga
to the accused girl.
"You are Just my style," wroto a far
mer from Greene county. "I admlro
your nervo and your faithfulness to tho
man who came between you and Zol
linger. I am forty years old, and not
half bad looking. Will you preside over
the household duties on my farm after
Continuing his cross-examination of
the defendant today, the prosecutor at
tempted to show that, instead of Zol
linger Influencing tho girl, she had him
so much In her power that he did any
thing she asked. This sne denied, de
claring Zollinger ruled her by threat.
Rob Lunch Room.
Ernest Dulln reported to the police
or the First precinct this morning that
his lunch room at 814 Fourteenth street
northwest had been entered during the
night and $27 stolen from the cash regis
ter. Entrance was by means of tho
rear door, which was forced open.
have caused more suffering among
men and women than any other
dlseaso tho human system Is sub
If the kidneys or liver are out of
order, a general run-down feeling
Is the result. Ambition Is lacking.
Indigestion and nirousness aru
ever present. Avoid complications
that may develop Into Brlght's
Disease. Begin at once to uso
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the tried and true remedy for kid.
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If taken In time you'll notice an
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Finest Quality Grapefruit, 4 for 25c
Onions, per peck 20c
Malaga Grapes, lb ...---...... 15c
Cranberries, per quart . . . . 10c
Lemons, per dozen 25c
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"C. C. Pride" Brand, for the Table,
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Get the name correctly. Don't judge Oleo by
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WASHINGTON CRISPS the national break
fast food. 3 pkgs. for 25c
sold in bulk.
25c bottles Olive Oil 13c
Full quart Olive Oil 63c
Full pint Olive Oil 35c
Large cans Red Beets 10c
Large cans Pumpkin Sc
Large cans Sauerkraut 8c
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WHERE TO FIND OUR
1115 H st.
317 6th st.
503 II st.
8d & A sts.
1321 Ii st.
100J4 C st.
7tlt & I'cnn. me.
207 13th st.
7th Sc I) sts.
Wi & N sts.
Says Fashions Make
SPniNGFIELD, Mass.. Nov. 21.
Modern fashions make lovely women
more unsightly than the most Inornato
billboards, accbrdlng to Mrs. J, N.
Severance, a prominent club and so
ciety woman. Discussing "Sprlngtleld'a
Needed Improvements," before the
woman's political class, Mrs. Severance
"If about 10.000 women would refrain
from making themselves a greater of
fense to tho eye than billboards have
ever heen. because of following 4Vory
now conceit that tho fashion mongers
arc disposed to suggest, a long stop
would be taken toward beautifying our
city. A pretty girl Is the loveliest thing
In existence, but when she refuses to
look pretty tho rest of ui have a right
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For rtalo in Washington by O'Don
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Costs no moro than ordinary
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peck. . .w.vr.:.-.-'.-. .25c
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Butter. Per lb 1 0c
f Health's Sake 1
Vfor Successful Bakingr
An Extra Special in New California Nuts.
Soft Shell Walnuts, per lb 20c
Soft Shell Almonds, per lb 20c
On sulo at all stores. We nre naming this sensatlon
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t "CALiroilNI.WS" llnest Wainuts anil Almonds.
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Men Over 45 Not Wanted
Man With a Good Head of Hair Hat Best Chance in Life
Men Over 45 Need
There's the sign that's getting to be
a common thing In America.
Corporations aro rotlrlnc men at (A
Ther are not hiring anyone over 40.
A baldheadcd man often looks 10
years older than he Is.
A man with gray hair always does.
It Is Important nowadays that a man
Iook as young as no is; n is vasiiy lm
nortant that a man having n family de
pendent upon him should take caro of
If you have dandruff, get rid of It
Dy Killing tne germs.
If your hair Is falling out, atop It.
Take a Street Car
YOU can reach the homes
wo are selling here by
your choice of thre6
double track car lines. Take
any 11th street car going
northwest, get off at Colum
bia road and walk one square
east; or any 14th street car
going northwest; get off at
Columbia road and walk three
squares east; or any Ninth
street car going northwest,
get off at Columbia road and
walk one square west.
Here is tho lowest-priced
home of substantial construc
tion and unquestioned quality
ever offered in this refined
residential section Columbia
Tho homes aro six rooms
and bath and aro equipped
with all modern conveniences,
including such extra features
as art mantles and built-in
bookcases in tho parlor, etc.
And You Can Buy
This Home for
Full Price $2,750. A cash
payment of $150 entitles you
to these easy payment terms
This cash payment is re
quired in order to show tho
purchaser's good intention.
OUR FREE AUTO SERVICE
This service i for the free accommc elation of those Interested In any nf
our properties. It does not obligate yau In any way. In fact, we will be glsd
to take you to any other 'properties at the same time, so that you-can mak
comparisons. Just drop a postal or plicim Main 2315 for this FREE AUTO Ser.
!ce, and wo will call for you and brins ou back ugaln.
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14th and Perry
T T'S but a very few min-
X utes' ride from thft p.ifv'a
business and shopping t
center. You can get from
hero to any other section of
the city for one car fare.
But to get back to your
destination 14th and Perry
streets. Here are located tho
last of those
Homes of Refine
ment We Are
$38 per month less thafl
these homes would rent for i
buys you one of these superU
residences with its foui
porches, hardwood floors
throughout, fireplaces in both
parlors and dining room, '
choice of hot water or hot
air heating plant a home of
innumerable ideas that aro
exclusive. You become the
owner of this homo upon tho
payment of $300 cash.
Take any 14th street car going
northwest. Get off at 14th and
Perry streets, and you are right at y
I the properties.
713 14th St N.W.