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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25,, 1012.
TO ARREST REBELS
French Empire Period Pans Loaned to National Museum
FIFTY KILLED IN
TO THE MINIMUM
A. 6. 1DERBILT
ENGAGED TO BELLE
ML BE TESTED
Orozco and Companion Seek
Release on Writ of
Agree With Morrisey's Stand
Operator, Scared By Film
Ray Baker, Once Prison
Warden, Will Marry New
York Society Girl.
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Blaze, Causes Panic By
BILBAO, gpaln, Nov. K.-A terrible
Panlo was caused by the cry of "fire!"
The rght of the American Government
to arrest and detain Mexican rebels
who come on tho American aide of the
border and who are thought to be
ready to aid the rebel forces In Mexico
will be tested In a habeas corpus suit
to be heard at Austin, Tex., December
3 by United States District Judge T, B.
Maxoy. A telegram received at the
War Department today from Col,
Charles O. Treat stated that Pascual'
Orosco and CanL dp la Puente. Mw.
can rebels now conllned at Fort Bam
Houston, had applied for writs of
naoeas corpus ana mat tne cases would
ue neara a weex rrom tomorrow.
These men. as well as several othr
were arrested and are held undr Article
14 of the penal code. This provides spe
cltlcally to authorise the President- to
cause the arrest of those actively aid
ing revolution In a friendly state and
inereDy violating tne rules or neutrality.
It is supposed that the article Is prop
rtsr extended to cover those cases
where the men arrested are thought to
be preparing to lend aid to rebel forces.
This point will be determined by Judge
After Jiurer Again.
A telegram from aeneral Steover.
dated November 13, states that der.cral
Salaiar has left Palomas, a town three
miles south of the border, which was
taken by rebels Tuesday, and had start
ed In tne direction' of Casas Orandcs.
making the boaet that he would enter
tnai town in live aavs una capiuro
Juarez in tnety-ttve days.
There are now W Mexicans, federals
and rebels, detained at Columbus, N.
M., a town three miles north of the
border. Of this number 31 are vounded.
General steever states that rush orders'
nave been Issued to senn hospital ana
medical supplies to Columbus and that
the American medical officers are car
Inr for the wounded Mexicans.
A report was also received today that
Antonio Larra, In charge of a wagon
train of flour, coffee and provision;,
had been captured whllci crossing tho
border. There Is evidence, that Roque
domes, an officer of the Salaznr com
mand, gave Larra the money with
which to buy the supples and that they
were aesunca ior reuei iroops at
Americans In Trouble.
State Department rcportb ,f rom Mexico
today show several Instances of minor
trouble In which Americans were in
volved. It is reported from Durango that the
Oulch&tia ranch, owned by Americans.
was sacked for the second time on No
vember sz. The cotton was burned and
the animals stolen. The 'surrounding
territory is -wen garrisoned oy rederal
troops, but the rebels continue to be
On the afternoon of November 23, Dr.
Juan Avaloa, la, Mexican citizen, whllo
pistol shooting at Acqmilco, fired upon
the Paolflo Mall steamer Ban Juan, and
lightly wounded First .Engineer 0or
don. The military commander at Aca
pulco immediately expressed his regret
and offered to.'arrest Dr.. A vdlos.' Cap
tain Frailer, if the San Juan, reared
delay in sailing If he sought Dr. Ava
los' arrest and did not Insist on his de
tention. It was thought that the shoot
ing waa entirely accidental.
However, the district Judge at Aca
pulco, who waa notified of the occur
ence by the Mexican collector of cus
toms, is investigating the case and
states that he will later order the ar
rest of Dr. Avalos. The first engineer
was not badly Injured and soiled with
the 8an Juan when she left the port
UNION STATION TO
HAVE MANY STATUES
Forty-six Figures By Young St.
' jGaudens Will Be Placed
ij Among Columns.
To farther beautify tho Union Station,
forty-six statues, portraying characters
of famous warriors and generals, will
be erected sometime tho first of tho
coming year above the columns in the
Louis salnt-Oaudcns, the son and pupil
Of America's most famous sculptors, is
th designer of the statues. The statues
will be slightly larger than life size.
The original plans of architects called
for tho placing of these statues, but
they were not put up, as there was some
contention as to whether tbey actually
would add to the beauty of the struc
ture. Finally It was decided to put up
model and study the eileot. The con
clusion was reached that the statues
would help ornate tho building.
A detailed description of each statue
will not be announced for several weeks
Borah Will Work for
Proposed Income Tax
Senator William 13. Borah of Idaho,
expects to go personally into the States
which have not yet acted on the pro
posed Incomo tax amendment and urge
the ratification of tho amendment. Ho
will urge the amendment for the direct
election of Senators In similar manner.
It Is believed that enough States will
ratify tho income tax amendment the
coming winter so that It will bo possi
ble to pans an Income tax law when
the Democrats come Into power. Only
two States have thus far ratified the
direct elections amendment but many
are expected to ratify It tho coming
Rate Increase Suspended.
Proposed advances in rates on cotton
seed from points In Oklahoma to Kan
sas City, Mo., and other points, were
today suspended by tho Interstate Com
merce Commission until July 17 next,
TO Cl'HE A COM) IN ONE DAY
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Was Minister To France.
At Bottom Fan Presented to Mrs.
LEAGUE HAS DEBATE
Declared European Peasants Dis,
covered Virtue of Virus Be
fore Its Modern Use.
The peasants of Europe discovered the
vlrtuo of the smallpox irus before the
dawn of vaccination In the realm of
medical science, according to speakers
Jn the debate on the efficacy of Inocula.
tlon, held by the Secular League yester
day. The affirmative was upheld by
uyiana J. Klrx and Dr. J, O. Steven
son and tho negnviva by Harry O. Brad
ford and Dr. William TIndall.
Dr. TIndall declared that smallnnx wan
not regarded us a dairceroux disease be
fore tne introduction oi vaccination,
1721, and that slnca that time it had
been the cause of many deatlis and
other diseases. Many epUfxmlcs wero
directly, traceable to tho practice, he
With reference to the Immunising In
fluence of smallpox. Or. TIndall cited
two Instances under his own observa
tion, where a man died with tho fourth
attack of It, and another who, with tho
fresh pock marks on his face, was urn.
ployed to repair the roof of the small
pox hospital and retook the disease and
died of it. On tho other hand, ho cited
the Case of his mother, who had had
the disease and nursed him when he
had It, and did not tako It. to show
that some might became immune ond
others not. He also related that After
the postules appeared on him his brother
was vaccinated, and had only a very
slight attack of the disease;, which
seemd to Indicate that the vaccination
had a modifying' Influence.
The negative speakers pointed to the
general acceptance of vaccination after
more than a century of practlco. Had
it not served a useful purpose, Utey de
clared. It could not have survived tho
test of public scientific opinion In that
Lectures in Capital
On the Emerald Isle
With the purpose of bringing Ireland
and the Irish Into more Intimate rela
tions with the American people, the
Rev, Dr. James Murphy, of tho arch
diocese of Dublin, is now in Washing
ton, and ts planning to glvo the open
ing lecture of a natlon-wldo tour In this
He spoke in St Joseph's Cathollo
Church yesterday morning, and gave a
vivid picture on conditions now existing
In the Emerald Isle. Dr. Murphy leaves
Washington today for Chicago, where
he will stay for sovera) weeks before
opening his lecture tour in this cltv.
The Catholics of the Capital aro plan
ning to mane nis aaaress one of tho
events of tho season.
Panama Will Begin
Making Panama Hats
PANAMA, Nov. 25. Panama is about
to begin making Panama hats.
Hitherto they have all been made in
Ecuador. Recently tho right kind of
?;rass to weave them from wus found
n Code province, Panama, and u
government school wus opened to
Today the chief Instructor reported
that he will graduate a big class of
pupils In a few weeks.
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We pay 3 Compound Interest on Saving Accounts
HOME SAVINGS BANK
7th St. and Mass. Ave. N. W.
7th Ar H St M V A1G 7-U C C MT
Catherine If. Ellis, by Former Vice
Ellis By Washington Irving, Secured
ARE EXHIBITED AT
Alabama Woman Loans Two
Gorgeous Ornaments of
Two funs of exquisite design and ma.
terlal, of the period of tho French em
pirn, have been placed on exhibition In
the National .Museum by Mrs. James
Talt Beck, of Alabama. The fans wero
once the property .Of Mrs. Catherine
Maria ' Kills, .whose, picture appeurs
No. It In the on, painting of "The Prince
of wales, at the Tomb of Washington"
In the Harriett Lane Johnston collec
tion. One of the fans was presented to Mrs.
Kills by William R. King, who wus
Senator from Alabama for twenty-five
years, afterward was minister to
France, and then Vlco President of thu
United States. It Is of carved and in
laid mother of pearl with a hand
painted border. The other fan was pre
sented to Mrs. Ellis by Wushlngton
Irving, who purchased it whllo ho was
minister to France.
Tho fan presented by Irvine Is of most
exquisite design. The sticks uro of
mother of pcurl In which s carved a
group of figures of women clothed In
the fashion of tho empire. The rosy
tints of tho pearl blend beautifully Into
tho carved fabric of the figures making
them appear to be delicately painted.
On one side of the border Is painted a
scene which might bo Versailles, und-on
tho other Is the picture of a buttle be
tween two frigates.
The oilier fan, while not so wonder
fully carved, Is moro ornate and fully
represents tho luxury of the period In
which it was made. The mother of
pearl sticks are pierced In elaborate do.
sign and Inlaid with gold, silver, and
copper. Tho border Is painted to rep
resent pastoral scenes.
While Mrs. Beck did not glvo up
ownership of the fans, they will be on
exhibition In the National Museum In
definitely, and will be placed with the
already wonderful collection of fans in
Get rid of your
cold now. Take
Safe, tare no cnincei with
Reliable, Itie. your lungl.
"I m Dr. BulriCouthSrniplor coMnail eouito.
By HtEE SIMPLE tV-"ttB!aSa:
Start a Savings Account
tomorrow and you will
have occasion to remember
this Thanksgiving as mark
ing the commencement of
your real prosperity.
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Photsi by O. V. Buck.
President, Secured By Him When He
by Him When Minister to France.
WILL ARRAIGN TWO
FOR MOTOR CRASH
Court Will Probe Collision or Two
J. O. Denton, of 1330 Park road, and
C. W. Williams, of 630 Itandolph street
northwest. Both contractors, whose
automobiles collided at Georgia and
New Hampshlro avenues yesterday, en
dangering the lives of the machines'
occupants, were not arraigned In tho
D'strlct branch of the Police Court to
day. They will both be haled Into court to
horrow on charges of colliding, as Is
the custom following ull such nrcldents.
At the time of the colll.liin. Mm. Wll.
1'ams and her three ihlldren, one an
mum, wnicn mo nvitner nejii in ncr
arms, were riding In the Williams' ma
chine. It took several hours to sepatate
tho two automobiles ufleh tho crush.
Law Class Officers.
Edward W. Pierce Is the president of
the freshman class of the National Uni
versity I.uw School. II. O. Sandberg Is
vtp nrf.alfli.nt. PrnhH. Y it.-nti.l.H
secretary:. J. I). Howard, treasurer, ami
William T. Jones, sergennt-ut-anns. The
election wus held Saturday night.
Tells What Induced Them
To Buy Their
HIGH VIEW HOME
108 V Street
E first visited
High View be
cause of the fine quality
of the new homes we had
heard about there, and
their remarkable eleva
tion. We made this visit
with an idea of renting.
When we got to High
View we found that we
could not rent, but that
the homes were far bet
ter than any that could
be tinted for a similar
sum, so we bought with
the money we had form
erly paid for rent, and
are certainly glad we are
out of the rent paying
108 V Street.
OUR FREE AUTO SERVICE
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..,- rviiivu ia ui ufc .few uviufMiuuuaiiuii ui iuuhu meresico. in nnv of
pur properties. It does not obligate you In any way. Intact, va will be glad
iu mini you 10 any oiner properties at tno same time, so that vou enn mat
comparisons. Just drop a postal or phone Main 2315 for this FItEE AUTO Ser.
vice, and wo will call for you and bring you back ngaln. " ocr
LOOK FOR OUR GREEK
AND WHITE SIGN
the Commerce Court; by Labor Commla
sloner Charles P. Nelll, and by Daniel
Wlllard, president of the Baltimore and
Ohio. Mr. Morrlsey Is the only dissent-
The demands of the Brotherhood of
T ..m..h. ciiuHifiH stMft Trainman Will
uuvuiiiutn u r u which ! - r
bo pawed upon next bv the board, and
an early finding 1 looked for.
The history of the present award
datca back to last January, when the
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nun ii rat ,rt-giitEu ins " ,'"t
a long tlm a strike looked imminent.
The Erdman act commissioners. Judge
Knapp and Dr. NcllI, finally jrouglit
about an arbitration agreement. The
board began sessions last July.
Railroad Men and
Engineers Work on
BUFFALO, N. V., Nov. 26. Warren
8. Stone, grand chief of the Brother
hood of Locomotive Engineers, and the
fifty-two general chairmen of the roads
affected by the decision of the arbitra
tion commission mode public at Wash
ington, will go over a synopsis of the
commission's report, so Ihot it will bo
thoroughly understood on all sides.
The llrst session of the conference was
held today behind closed doors at the
Uroezel Hotel. . . .
Chief Btone denied that he had gone
Into conference with delegates of the
railways concerned In tho award be
hind closed doors last night. m
Seven Months' Back Pay.
Regarding the commission's award, ha
"I have no comment to make on the
fairness or unfairness of the decision.
It speaks for Itself. On April a last
we signed articles of arbitration and
agreed absolutely to stand by whatever
decision was rendered by tho board. I
will say that I. personally, am satisfied,
and that the directions will bo put Into
effect at nnei-
"The decision Is far-reaching and
will effect thousands of engineers. It
dates back to May 1, and the Increase
In pay will, of course, date from the
aamo time, thus assuring an Increase
of seven months back pay."
31,000 Men Affected.
The decision affects about 31,000 en
gineers on the fifty-two railroads east
of the Mississippi. By Us terms the
engineers are granted 14.25 for a hun
dred miles or less, and BO cents an
hour fur overtime. Tho engineers had
asked for 14.40 to J4.60 a hundred
"in "the through freight service they
were awarded 14.76 a hundred miles.
In local freight service they were
awarded 25 cents additional, meeting
the full demands of tho engineers for
this branch of service.
Betrayed By Birthmark.
KEW YOnK. Nov, 25. Tony 8omm.-s
hus a noticeable birth mark on his lei I
hand and he was proud of It until It ld
to his arrest for shooting up a street
8 1ft & Company's sales of fresh lambs
In Wjtfihlnfftnn. D. C. for the week enil-
I Ing Nov. Xt averaged 12.01 cents per lb.
IT is very apparent from
these statements that ve
have been printing from
High View home owners that
to see High View homes is to
want one, and it is almost as
easy to buy one as it is to
wish for one.
This is the reason we are
so anxious for you to see
High View homes. The mat
ter of buying rests with you,
and that is right where we
are gWd to have it rest.
Terms $200 Cash and
$26.92 Per Month
HIGH VIEW homes consist of
six full rooms and bath, and are
equipped with all modern conveni
ences. The construction is of beau
tiful pressed brick reinforced with
steel, and the type of architecture
TO IN8PnCT Take any O street car
marked "Brookland" or "North Capitol
and W streets," get oft at Rhode Island
avenue, and walk one square east.
fln A At.U Ci HI i
MJ Infill at. HL YV-
tit a moving picture show hero yester
day. About fifty children and others
were killed, only one woman up to a
late hour had been found among tho
deod. Tho number of Injured Is not
known, as most of them wero taken to
their homes by frletids.
The scene of the accident Is a largo
circus, which had been converted Into a,
continuous moving plcturo show. As
the Price of admission wus only two
cents tho building was crowded to Its
capacity, for the most part with women
and children. .
Operator Ii Blamed.
The operator of tho machine lost his
nerve when a film ignited and screamed
"Fire!" He was able to extinguish tho
flames himself without difficulty, but
the effect of his cry upon the audience
was Instantaneous, Almost every ono ,
wunin ine ouiiaing sprang up.
Tho pollco and attendants wero power- '
less to control tho panlcstrlckcn people
and wero sept away by tho surging,
mass which sought to light a way to tho
Weaker Ones Crushed.
Scores were knocked down and tram
pled upon and many were crushed to
death In the passages from the gal
leries to the streets.
The news of the disaster brought large
and frenilcd crowds outside the build
ing, and tho authorities had great diffi
culty In carrying on the work of res
cue and extrlcutlng the dead and In
jured from the plies of wrecked seats.
Tho manager and other employes have
been arrested and arc held pndlng an
Bulgarian Loves Enemy,
So They Are Married
NEW YORK, Nov. IS. Rahatnln Sam
uels, u native Bulgarlnn with three
brothers now lighting Turkey, was mar
ried to Miss Alegra Itelnuch, .ho nas
born In Constantinople.
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lor Infanta and Children.
Till Kind YoiHan Always Bought
New homes built on site
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Terms arranged to suit.
H. R. HOWENSTEIN CO.
1314 F Street Northwest
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1357, 1359 and 1361 B Street S. E.
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Hardwood Finish throughout.
Large Lots and Parking to
Double Porches, 7 by 10 ft.
Holland Window Shades.
H. R. HOWENSTI W CO.
1314 F Street Norths -at
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat, Nov. .
Report Is i that Ray Baker, brother of
Attorney General Clovcland Baker, of
Nevada, and formerly warden of tho
Htato penitentiary Ih Carson City, Is
engaged to marry Miss Murjorle Bmylle,
a society girl of New York and daugh
ter of Mrs. Benjamin Griffin, who Is
now the wlfo of Benjamin GrliTIn, a mil
lionaire manufacturer of New York.
Once before Baker nearly achieved a
position In New York society, but he
was cut out by Alfred Owynne Vander
bllt. Two years ago Baker was -attentive
to Mrs. Margaret Umcrson McKIm
at Reno. The attraction between the
two was said to be mutual, and Baker
was ver yattcntlve to tho rich divorcee,
both In Reno and when they met in
No more Blowing, Snuffling
or Morning Hawking to Dis
lodge Mucus, When You
Breathe Germ Destroying
HYOMEI (pronounce it Hlgh-o-me) is
guaranteed to end the misery of catarrh
or money bock.
Breathe It, destroy the catarrh germs,
and soon hawking und snufllng will
Breathe It and crusts will no longer
form In tho nose: mucus will not lodge
In the throat; all Inflammation will
leave the membrane of the nose and
throat and your head will feel clear
Breathe It for coughs, colds, and soro
throat; Its soothing, healing antlseptla
action Is better than all the stomach
dosing remedies In creation.
Complete outtlt which Includes Inhaler
and bottle of Ilyomel. tl.OO. Extra
hottle of HYOMEI. if afterward needed,
SO cts., at Jas, O'DonncIl and druggists
1 llett for IVonnmy.
Ilcst for Satisfaction.
TAt your srocer's. No consumers supplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW 4k BBO
Wholesalers. 1Kb and M SU. S. IS.
overlooking entire city. Through
J city houses, not suburban, and
arc surrounded oy nign
class homes and restrictions.
Lot 50 by 122.
12 Rooms and 2 Baths.
4 Large Porches.
Electric and Gas Lighting.
Room for Garage.
Balance TVfa3(Ui r
Extra Large i -Mirror
Floors Plant ' Oi1 --'
Paved Strc . .-id- ilks
Room for d t-u'' i.
Do you remember
the old Louisiana lot
tery? That fat octo
pus had its greedy
' tentacles in almost
every hamlet and was
fair gorged with the
pennies of the poor.
It seemed impossible
to oust it, and yet
when the people fi
nally woke up to
what it really was, it
vanished like a puff
As long as it was re
garded as a gamble,
v "There's no use try
ing to stop it. Folks
will gamble." But
when the country
woke up to the fact
that the Louisiana
lottery was a "sure
hundreds of millions
and paying back
ingjust a huge
vampire steadily bat
tening on honest
business the mo
ment that view be
came clear in the
public conscience, it
was all over. One
simple Federal law
was passed and the
Ped iU grip and
hit the trail
For December. Read
Thomas W. Law
See how, in a set of
vivid, pungent word
pictures, he gives
you the exact paral
lel p i c t u r e s the
sure-thing Stock Ex
change swindle that
you are up against
leads you through a
Nights of tainted dol
lars up to the simple
law that is bound to
do the work just as
surely as it did for
the old Louisiana
And it is the old
Louisiana lottery law
that has passed all
the courts amend
ed. Gambling is
against the public
policy. Stock Ex
change gambling is
like all other, gam
bling, only bigger
than all other gam
It's great work that
Mr. Lawson is doing
and great citizenship.
zine is proud to have
a hand in it.
And you'll be proud,
too, if you take hold
and help push.
The Itltlpway Company
Publishers, New York,
. I. ft. Sume Interests don't
If our nens.dralrr ean't
Bel on a copy of KVKRY-.
lUIIlVs tell Mm to urlto
tllri-ct to The Publishers
,V-u Conipan, New York.
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