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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912.
VERDICT FOfi SALE
Suit Brought Against Art
Company Claimed Act
Mra. noie Keeling Hutching, widow
of Btllson Hutching, millionaire news
paper founder, was awarded a. verdict
for W,00O by a Jury before Justice Dan
Thew Wright, In Circuit Court No. 2,
In her autt to recover J25.000 for the sale
of the Gainsborough painting; entitled
The Olrl In the Urook." by the V. O.
Fischer Art Company.
The Jury returned a aealed verdict
laat evening, and It was opened when
court convened this forenoon.
Mra. llutchlna rialma that her hus
band bought tho painting for her in
London In 1W7, paying 12,600 to an Eng.
llahman who was hard pressed for
money. The painting was brought to
thta country, according to Mr,
llutchlna and send to the Fischer Art
Company to be renovated, and while
there was sold to Mra. Clarence Moore,
widow of tho Washington club man,
who lost his life In the Titanic disaster,
The Fischer company defended tho
ault by claiming that Mr. Hutching
was financially interested In the-com-pany,
and had delivered the painting
at the store for the purpose of placing
It on sale. It wag claimed that the
painting was on exhibition for more
than three years before it was pur
chased by Mrs. Moore.
Attorneys Olddlnrs and Chambertln
represented Mrs. llutchlna, and Attor
neys W. n. Johnson and Myer Cohen
appeared for the defendant
WELFARE OF MEN
URGED AS DEFENSE
Prize Beauty Weds
National Cash Register Defend
ants' Claims to Lawful Mo
nopoly of Patents.
CINCINNATI, Nov. H. The welfare
work done by the National Cash Heg
Istcr Company In behalf of Its employes
will be presented as a defense In tho
trial of thirty officials of the company
on trial here, charged with conspiracy
In restraint of trade.
Tho Government alleges that the Na
tional Cash Register Company achieved
a largo part of Its business success
through unfair business competition.
The company will claim that Its success
Is due to the superiority of Its product
resulting from fair treatment of Its em
ployes. The welfare work made work
ers moro efficient.
The company will claim that because
of the ownership of patents, it had a
lawful monopoly, and fought competi
tors; only when they tried to steal pat
ents. - To Repeat Lecture.
,The free illustrated lecture on "The
Principal Foood of the World," riven
this afternoon by E. P. Con-ell. of the
Franklin Institute, of Philadelphia, at
the Public Library, at 2:30 o'clock, will
be repeated next week to the students
of Howard University and to the church
of Congress Heights. The lecture deals
with the food-stuffs of the world, and
suggests the solution of many economic
IBBBBBbjki- ' ? V
PETWORTH TO GET
Columbia Association's An
nual Meeting Is Brought
rhoto by Paine Htudlo.
MRS. ARTHUR BRYON GIBSON,
Who Wai Miss EsteUe Evelyn Laing.
CLAIMED AS BRIDE
Miss Laing, Long Social Secretary
of Guatemalean Legation, Weds
Arthur Bryon Gibson.
Another of the successful contestants
in The Times' beauty contest, conduct
ed some time ago, was married yester
day, when Miss Bstelle Evelyn Laing,
for a long time social secretary at the
Ouatemalean legation In Washington,
became the bride of Arthur Bryon alb
son, a young Washington uccountant
Tho wedding was solemnized at the
home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Eva
Laing, in the Gladstone apartments.
Tho couple left for New York last night
and will be absent from Washington
a couple c( weeks. When they return,
they villi llvo at the Walton apartments
In n street northwest
Mrs. Gibson was one of the prettiest
contestants In the beauty competition
conducted by Tlio Times, and she Is
well known In social and diplomatic
circles. Her connection with the Guate
malean legation made her especially
well known in the latter set
Miss Susie Laing was the only attend
ant to Mrs. Gibson, and Owens Glbaon,
a brother, wos Mr. Gibson's best man.
Petworth Is to have ajlaptlst church,
If plans considered by the Columbia As
sociation of Daptlst Churches material
ise. An option on a lot has been ob
tained at the price of $6,000. This
amount will be raised by the various
Baptist churches within the association.
It Is understood the option on the lot
expires the laat of this year, and In
order to obtain tho property at the
Present flgure the money must be
raised within tho next thirty-five day.
The association's annual meeting camo
to a close last night at the Metropolitan
Baptlat Church, Sixth and A streets
northeast. The decision to establish a
Baptist church In Petworth Is considered
the most Important step to be under
taken by tho association during the
coming year. It Is said that Petworth
Is the only section of the District
where the Baptists are not represented
by a church. There are a great many
Ilupttat church members living In that
section who. It is said, are in favor of
Joining a new church It organized
Once the lot Is purchased plans of
organizing a congregation will be begun,
and the the work of raising a fund to
erect a house of worship.
The annual meeting of the association
was brought to a close last night by
an address by the Hev. Dr. Samuel Zane
Batton. of Philadelphia, who spoke on
"The Call of the New Crusade." The
greater part of the speaker's attention
was devoted to the problem of female
labor, and he said that employers were
forcing women and girls "below the
danger line" by paying wages too small
to support them. He urged the need of
child labor laws, better education, and
more public playgrounds ror the chil
dren. Jewelers to Meet.
Members of the Retail Jewelers' Asso
ciation will 'hold their last meeting of
the year tonight in the rooms of the
Chamber of Commerce. Several matters
of Interest to the Jewelry trade will be
acted upon and a large attendance is
WAS VIVES' DESIRE
Oxford Professor of Henry VIH's
Time Is Praised by
Students of the Cathollo University
who heard the Rev. Dr. Patrick J, Mo.
Cormlck lecture on Juan Luis Vlves,
now know that Vlves was the first man
to treat scientifically of tho education
of woman and to have been an advocate
of many other pedagogical subjects and
methods generally thought to have orig
inated In the nineteenth or twentieth
Dr. McCormlck's lecture, which was
given In McMahon Hall yesterday after
noon, was one of trie Thursday after
noon series of the university, and will
be followed next week by a talk on
"Literature and Politics," by Dr.
Charles II. McCarthy.
Vlves Is the author of "Education of
a Christian Woman," which Dr. Mc
cormick pronounced one of the pedaa
goglcal masterpieces of all time. Many
other works of his are said to be
equally noteworthy. Hlswrlt.ngsln Latin
were translated Into English In the first
half of the sixteenth century, and pro
foundly affected the course of English
education, said the speaker.
Vlves, a Spaniard by birth, became a
professor at 'Oxford bat was forced to
flee England when ho opposed Henry
VIII In his plan to divorce Catherine of
Aragon. He was a friend of the great
Erasmus, and was tutor to Henry's
daughter Mary, who became Queen of
England after her father's death and
the death of King Edward, and who
was succeeded on the throne by Queen
E TO BE
OUT IN THE HOUSE
Forty New Members, to As
sume Office March 4,
"Standing Room Only" signs may bo
hung out In the House chamber during
the extra session next spring, unless
Immediate arrangements are made to
care for the forty-odd new members as
suming oftlco March 4, according to
Elliott Woods, Superintendent of the
Superintendent Woods stated today that
immediate action v. Ill be necessary to
prevent the spectacle of Congressmen
using camp stools for seats In tho
House There are now 400 mahogany
desks In tho House for 333 members.
Reapportionment of Congress after
March 4, by tho addition ot new mem
bers, causes a seating question to face
the House next month.
Woods has an appropriation of 1300.000
available to-rcmodel the House Moor and
provide now seats. He has two plans,
one to tear out the galleries and parti
tions, and another to install benchea,
similar to thoae of the British parlla-
Elks Making Plans
For Ladies' Social
Electrical displays of unusual beauty
will be the feature of decoration, and
form a prominent part of the entertain
ment at the ludl's' social to be given
by Washington Lodge, No. 15. B. P. O.
E.. Tuesday night, November 28. Re
ports of committees for this event and
for the annual memorial services to be
held December 1 were mado at a meet
ing of the Elks last night
Plans for the memorial are now be
ing prepared, and final reports will be
made November 29. Arrangements are
being mado by committees, ot which
the following are chairmen: J. L. Word,
general committee; James A. Farrell,
reception committee; Lieut William II.
Santelmann, music committee; Charles
F. Herrman. talent committee; J. Will
lam Lee. committee on decoraUons and
electrical effects: Hugh K. Harvey,
sneakers, and Frank U. Clarkson, com
mittee on printing. John M. Carpenter
Is chairman of tho memorial committee.
SAGETEA DARKENS THE HAIR AND
RESTORES COLOR TO GRAY HAIR
Cures Dandruff, Stops the Hair From Falling Out, and
Makes It Grow.
have to do Is to call for the ready-made
product Wyrth's Sage and Sulphur
iai o .-.."------- , ,UIr Kemjy, containing Base n the
hair. Our grandmothers kept their . ptoptr ltrength, with the addition of
r dark, glossy and abundant by the j gulphur, another old-time scalp remedy.
this preparation gives youiniui coior
and beauty to tho hair, and Is one of
the best remedies you can use for dan
druff, dry. feverish. Itching scalp, and
falling hair. Get a fifty cent bottle
from your drugglat today, and tou will
be surprised at the quick rcnulla. All
druggists sell It. under guarantee that
the money will be refunded If the
remedy la not exactly as represented.
Agent, James O'Donncll.
There Is nothing new about the Idea
of using Sage lor restoring mo cuiw i (
llir wum ,."j - i
UBe of a simple "Sage Tea," Whenever
their hair feu out or w uu.
faded or streaked appearance, they
made a brew ot Sage leaves, and ap
plied it to their hair with wonderfully
Nowadays we don't nave to resort to
tho old-lime tiresome method of gather
ing the herbs and making the tea. This
Is done by skillful chemists better than
we could do It ourselves; and all you
My Hats Are Taking the
Town By Storm
Seo my windows and see my
hats and know the reason why
My five times greater variety
and my $3.00 quality for $1.60
represents value no other hat
ter can equal.
Is There a Reason for
COME IN TODAY !
MS PENNSYLVANIA ATE.
at 9th St.
STEP RIGHT IN
If vour feet eive vou any concern, just bring them into
our AVENUE STORE all day Saturday and tell their troubles
to Mr. Alick Weir, of New York, the special repre
sentative of the Anatomik Footwear Company.
Throughout the country Mr. Weir has had great sue- '
cess in relieving Flat Foot, Weak Ankles, so-called Rheuma
tism, and other troublesome ailments of the feet, by shoes
selected and fitted by him.
Mr. Weir will be glad to demonstrate the special features
of Anatomik Shoes to anybody and to show why thousands
of men, women and children find so much comfort in them,
especially those who are overweight or who have to stand or
Washington's Largest and Most Progressive Shoe House Established 1868
AVENUE STORE ONLY
813 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
ment, Inatead of the Individual desks
and swivel chairs now used,
i. A"18 ,0 "doP1 either change la now
lacking; before Congress convenes. The
work cannot bo done during the Christ
Between March and Aprlt 15. when
Governor Wilson plana to rcconveno
Congress In extraordinary session. Is
the brief time available to make the
changes. Woods says ho can do It, by
working night and day ahlfts, If Con
gress will order tho now furniture
benches made early next month.
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 22. Special Ex
aminer Settle, of the Interstate Com
merce Commission, came to Minneap
olis today to begin a scries of Import
ant heatings on complaints affecting
A Word to
Police to Elect
The election of officers of the Police
Association will be held on December 4.
Balloting will take place at all the pre
cincts. A meeting of the association -was held
last night In Pythian Temple and the
following nominations made: Presides,
C. E. Smith, No. 19, and W, C. Farqu
har. No. 7: vice president, W. J. Rogers,
No. , and A. N. Jrown, No. 7 secre.
tary, Oeorge W Boilers, No. 4; finan
clal secretary, Edward Kelly. headquar
ters. and J. E. Wilson, No. 1; treasurer,
O. 1 M. Lord. No. J, and J. II. Vaa
Bant, headquarters: trustees. Henna,
Gilbert, White House, and C J. ft
Weber. No. IL
Women are generally careful about
tho state of their health, and they are
apt to make good use of remedies known
as disease preventives. Germicides and
antiseptics arc Included In this class,
but the greatest care should be exer
cised In using any which contain pois
ons, unless prescribed by a physician.
Ily reason of Its absolute safety and I
Its beneficial results, physicians havo !
strongly recommended Tyrce's Antl3ep I
tic Fonder. It la unequaled as a pre
ventive of contagious diseases, healing
diseased tissues, ulcers, and dcllcato
membrane passages and Ideal as a
douche. A 25-ccnt package makes two
gullons standard solution. Sold by
uruggiais evcrj wnere. oeuu iur uuumci i
and free sample.
interest paid on Savings Accants.
A Bank Book with an
account opened. in her
name or his name would
look very well in that
Christmas stocking. ,t:.
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An unusual bargain.
Six handsomely polished
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This $16.50 Quartered Oak Rim
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This $26 Quartered Oak Carved
This Exact $2 Baby Walker
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This $15 Spotless Washing
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