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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1912.
BOARD OF TRADE
TO YIELD POINT
1 IN STEEL STRIKE
Beggar Who Asked Alms
Of Jurist Is Jailed
CHICAGO, Dec, 3. Because he made
a tactical mlstako and once obtained
alms from a Jurist, James Culklna went
to the Bridewell in servo out a t2j fine
and costs. Culklns was before Munic
ipal Judge Hopkins after being arrested
"I remember you,)' said the Judge.
"Thank you, your honor. I'm proud
to be remembered by you," put In the
"You accosted me In Michigan avenue
a few nights ago and I gave you fl.
Now you prove to be a professional
beggar. You are fined fS and costs."
"I must learn the art of discrimina
tion," said Culklns, aa he was led
Scientists to Speak.
W. H. Babcock will give an Illus
trated talk on "The Islands of Antll
II a" before the Anthropological Society
of Waahlngton In room 13, .new Na
tional museum, at 4:30 o'clock this af
ternoon. Dr. Philip Newton will speak
on "Borne Results of a Recent Expedi
tion to the Negritos of the Philippine
Famous Maryland Name
Again Active in Affairs
Charles Carroll has been elected di
rector of the Southern Commercial Con
gress for Maryland. Mr. Carroll Is the
descendant of Charles Carroll, of Car
rollton, one of the foun'ders of Maryland
and a signer of the Declaration of In
dependence, He recently returned to
the United States after a stay of many
years In France.
Mr. Carroll will go to Europe with the
foreign commission of tho Southern
Commercial Congress when" It Investi
gates the system of .rural finance In tho
principal continental countries.
Ensign Weds Widow
After Football Game
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 3.-Enslgn
.tabes L. Lowell, U. 8. N and Mrs. Ella,
V. Hartwell, a widow, came to this city
Saturday to nttend the Army and Navy
football .game, and stayed hero and
Ensign Lowell Is attached to the
cruiser Baltimore, which recently re
turned from Santo Domingo and Is now
at Norfolk, Va. Ills bride, whose home
Ir a('K Yarmouth1 street.' Ndrfolk, has
been a widow since March, and waa a
stenographer. Ensign Lowell Is twenty
six years old, and lives ut 2S0 Tate
street, Bangor, Me,
WHITE PLAINS, N. J., Dec, 3.-In-stead
of Indicting Joseph Vandersloot, a
cripple, for carrying a revolver, tho
grand Jury took up a collection to send
him to his home In Grand Baplds, Mich.
Attends Church Council.
Dr. Wallace Radcllffe left .Washington
today to attend the, Federal Council of
the Churches of Christ, which meets In
Chicago from December 4 to 10 Inclusive.
Dr. Radcrlffe went as a delegate of the
. LIVELY SESSION
Argue Over Proposed Mc-
' MHlan Park Plan
S?.l'A.,,2,:m",'c",r,r Lxate Brome
8nvSfchV,aJl?5J"d aasrful dlsoovsry.
OROVB'B 8A-NARB CUTIH, which thar
guBte to cure any east" XCXtSu, Hne
?...' iST '" ". In i lite I?
iy'-"1 "!-re'u montr If It fans.
Ova a OgMh OMBgy.Olia ay
Will Not Go Back to Work
YEPlEP XrlSsr i perfectly cun
end does not. stain. If o
It. sBd us Me and It wlfl be asat ty ssslt.
Until Blacklist Is
"MONO OUNNsT." b
Whether the special commute, for
paining the propoud McMillan park
PUn, with Arthur c. Moses an chair
man, ahouw be appointed, aa authorlted
M the laat meeting of the board of dl
rtctora of the Board of Trade, or should
be dissolved on the ground that It would
Working on the aatne lines as the
ft lively discussion between Mr.
aoae and President Droop at the meet
n of the directors at the Wlllard yes
" The result of the argument waa
9 President Droop waa Instructed to
fT068 t once with the appointment
of the commltee, with Mr. Moses as
The matter rests now exactly where
"i left at the meeting of the dlrec-
i2L2S..f,0Vmber " At ,lltt meeting
iJ'.utlon WM Psed authorising the
appointment of the special committee,
out since then President Droop and
SSir members of the board came tothe
SSi2Vhat the work ot this committee
would be somewhat the same as tlut
or the Greater Washington Committee.
Demands Iti Appointment.
r- Moaea opened the discussion by
demanding that tho committee be ap
pointed at once. Ho said tho greater
Washington committee had several ob
ject In view, the main one being tho
Proper situation of a Lincoln memorial.
Mr. Moses also showed that the greater
Waahlngton committee la working as
quietly as possible, dodging publicity.
Ha said his committee would use all the
publicity It could get In an effort to
bring the proposed park system to the
attention of the entire country.
William H. Singleton made the point
that It would not impair the success of
the project to have the two commlteecs
If they did work along similar lines.
The only danger, Mr. Singleton said,
would be to have two committees work
ing In opposite directions, but such
would certainly not be the case In this
President Droop finally said he did
not mean to dlssolvo the committer, but
merely wanted to bring tho matter be
fore the board. All motions, therefore,
wer withdrawn, and tho Instructions of
the.jprevlous meeting, that tho presi
dent ' should appoint the committee,
were not changed.
The directors authorised tho payment
of 1100 to the charities Indorsement com
mittee. Several members of tho board
aald they had received benefits from
thla committee In the form of recom
mendatlona of worthy charities and
warnings against unworthy ones.
On motion of William II. Blngletop.
tho president was authorised to appoint
a commltee of three to draft suitable
resolutions on the death of Alvln M.
lio thro p.
'!, ...Mfced to.In4one Bill
The Indorsement of the directors waa
asked for a bill, now In Congress, known
as the Sultser bill, to create a final
eourt of patent appeals. The by-laws of
the organisation prevented the directors
from acting on It.
Chris J. Qockeler made a report us
treasurer, showing a balanco on hand ot
IM2.14, with debts amounting to more
than this amount. He also made a re
port from the membership committee,
announcing the acquisition of fourteen
new members. They ara D. A. O'Con
nor, J. Bhaw, J. F. Costello. W. II.
WhltUker, Charles W. Plmper. L. A.
Roberta, David N. Rust, Jr.; Charles
H. Doing, D. W. Gall, Henry Leonard,
A, R. McChcsney, James W. McNcal,
and Robert R. Tuttle.
President Droop announced the ap
pointment ot the chairmen of all stand
ing committees except tnose on law,
public schools, public transportation,
sewerage, and water supply. The up
polntmonts announced and ratified by
the directors were as follows:
Bridges, A. Ralph Serven; charities.
W. O. f lephane; Industrial Interests, D.
fl. Porter; Insurance, Clarence Dodge;
special street traffic, a new committee,
Le Boy-Mark; membership, H. C. Bangs;
municipal art, Q. W. Totten; municipal
finance, Col. George Truesdell; parks
and reservations. Judge Charles 8.
Dundy; private schools, Thomas W. Sid
well; public buildings, William D. West;
public health. Dr. D. P. Hldlllng; public
library. Fred G. Coldren; public order,
Cbrts J. Qockeler; rivers andbarlors, M.
I. Weller; streets and avenues, William
O.' Henderson; universities, William K.
Cooper; history of District of Columbia,
0, E. Kerr, and flag, William V. Cox.
'MINER' BROWN TUTOR
TQ M'CORMICK LAD
Rockefeller's Grandson Is Learn
ing Fine Points of Baseball
' CHICAGO, Dee. 3. Mordecal Brown,
hero ot a thousand pitching battles in
the National League, today has the au
tlnctlon of being the first private base
ball tutor. His pupil Is Fowler Mc
Cormlck. aged fifteen years, the son
of Harold F. McCormlck, of this city,
and grandson of John D. Rockefeller.
The training, which began this week,
will continue until the young pitching
aspirant entera Princeton, where hla
father hopes he will be able to humble
the Harvard and Yale baseball teams.
The boy, who will some day be one
of the country's richest men. takes to
lessons a week from Three-finger,"
and next spring he expects to "make
the team." at the Francis W. Parker
PITTSBURG, Dec. 3,-The striking
trainmen of the Homestead and Brad
dock milts of the Steel trust remained
firm today In their determination not to
return to work until tho trust agrees
to lift the blacklist on the three strike
leaders. The company has offered
everything else that tho men demanded,
but today they sent word that they
"would not permit their comrades to bo
Because th-Wear that the strike may
spread, local' merchonts have ap
proached the three strike leaders In
question with an offer to raise $1,000
for each of them If they will obtain po
sitions elsewhere. The othor strikers,
however, publicly denounce this ug-
gestlon as In the nature of a bribe
There has been no disorder since tho
strike began and the strikers Insist that
they can win their points by keeping
away from the plant. The company
officials today claimed that several of
the older employes had de'sorted the
strikers, but this was denied by the lat
ter. An average of one hundred loaded
cars s being moved dallv by the com
pany, uccordlng to an official statement
but this declaration Is likewise combat
ed by tho strikers, who say that tho
mills are almost completely tied up.
To Entertain Women
The women ot Brookland will be tho
guests of the Brookland Brotherhood
next Tuesday evening, December 10, In
Lord Memorial Hall. C. B. BUnaliurd,
statistician of the Reclamation Service,
will lecture on "Winning the West."
Tho executive committee of the
brotherhood met last night. Tho com
mittee is composed of Churles F. Tan
slll, president: C. V. liurnsUle, vice
president; Fred Burns, secretary; Louis
Melius, treusurer; Noel B. Parks, social;
B. K. Hutchinson, finance; J. li. Long,
program: H. C Butler, mcmbershln:
John T. Williams, athletic: T. K. Saun
ders, iciiowsnip; franklin t. Howe,
press: D. II. Oertly, religious, and Ar
thur A. Carpenter, exhibition, which
comprises the annual (lower, fruit, and
The first of a scries of social enter
tainments was given by tho students ot
the 'Intercontinental University ami
their friends at 1113 II street northwest,
last evening. Edwin Callow was heard
In dialect stories and a musical pro
gram was given.
Aa president of the university, James
R. Caton received the students.
Rands and faces which redden,
roughen, chap, crack and burn
with winter's cold, sharp winds,
made soft and white in a single
night by these pure, sweet and
gentle emollients. No others
cost so little or do so much.
Ctntoum Beep nJ otstmmt Mid throusacut the
too. Andrew "CuUrurs," Dept. IP. Sottas.
ssTTeader-hMd moo shs la comfort with CuU
.ura Besp Bkartat Stkk, 2te. at nans or by null.
Health is the foundation ot all
good looks. Tho wise woman real
izes this and takes precautions to
preserve her health and strength
through the period ot child bearing.
She remains a pretty mother by
avoiding p.b far as possible the suf
fering and dangers of such occa
sions. This every woman iw do
through the use of Mother's Friend.
This is a medicine for external ap
plication and so penetraUng In its
nature as to thoroughly lubricate)
every muscle, nerve and tendon In.
volved during tho period before ba
by comes. It aids nature by ex-1
pending tho skin and tissues, re
lieves tenderness and soreness, and
perfectly prepares tho system for
natural and - m
safe mother- iJWLDMXQi
hnnd. Mnthor'a VVa
Friend is sold
At drug stores.
Write for free book for expectant
Bothers, which contains much val
ixAoraxo UGUuTotca. aiImu. c.
Do Your Shopping Early
You'll have a complete assortment
to choose from, and will secure much
better aetvlcc, if you buy now Instead
of later, when tho "holiday rush" Is
'on Purchases for later delivery
stored free until desired.
m to 417.
Open an Accont Here
It la your privilege to have a charge
account here, having your purchases
charged, and paying for them In email
amounts each week or each month.
We arrange the term to suit each
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Let Your Christmas Gifts Be Useful
Let your Christmas remembrances be substantial and comfort-giving, as well as attractive. Good furniture meets all three of these require
ments, and nothing is more appreciated.
Good furniture adds to the comfort, the convenience, and the attractiveness of the home of the recipient. It is a lasting reminder of the
thoughtfulness of the giver.
The "Christmas spirit" dominates in this store now Thousands of useful pieces of furniture, especially adapted for gift purposes, make '
this the proper headquarters for your Santa Claus.
This Oak Morris Chair, With
Strong Oak MorrU Chairs, like the
Illustration to the right. Thuy ur
reclining backs, strong jiOMts. wicK
arms, springs under the seats, anil itm
furnished with a 10.00 set of velour
cushions at this price.
This Massive "Lifetime"
llcnntlfiil, romlortable, and dur
able Morris Chair like the Illus
tration to the left, of the famous
"Lifetime" make. Unlit of solid
qunrtereil nuk, with rich brown
fumed finish: evcrv Joint mortised
and tenoned nnd the Joints tilercod
with wood pins to iirevent wearing
loose or xqucaklng. The cushions
are genulno leather, rich dark
brown In color, and excellently finished.
This Mahogany Finished
Attractive and Serviceable Music
Cabinets, like the cut to the rlirlit.
They aro in dnrk mahogany finish,
with lock on door, five shelves, and
are nicely polished.
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This Round Mahogany
Attractive I'arlor Table, like the
Illustration to the left. The top Is of
Kcnulne mahogany, with heavy
French leca; large, shaped under
shelf, and highly polished.
This Large Mission
Heavily Made Tutc, like the
cut to the rlKht. Tho top Is 3U
Inches in dlumoter, with licuvv,
squnro logs, und riuiU emly
ICngllsh mission finish.
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A McDougall Kitchen Cabinet
Saves Lots of Steps
Ily retaining ell tho foodstuffs, kitchen utensils, etc.. In u clean,
convenient place, win re they are Instuntly accessible, the "McDou
Rnir saves hundreds of steps dully. No better Christmas present
could be given a housekeeper.
This Is our special "McDousjall"
kitchen cabinet, the best value In the
world at 3.a. Notice the tilting, sitter
Hour bin. thut lifts entirely out of tho
rublnct for cleaning purposes. There
is ulso two cupboards, a metal sugar
bin, glass Jars for tea, coffee, spices,
etc., a sliding metal top, two linen
drawers, a metal-lined drawer for
bread and cakes and a largo cupboard
for pots and kettles.
A 'Thermatic" Fireless Cooker
Makes a Helpful Gift
A "Thcrrrattc" Fireless Cooker saves hours of labor for the housewife
dally. With It there Is no necessity of basting roasts or of watching the
ir.cals to prevent them from cooking dry
ot burning. Tho meuls may even bo
cooked while tho housenlfa Is away
hum home, and bo steaming hot, ready
to ccrve on her return.
We'll Give Cooking
Instructions at Home
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For the benefit of those to whom
fireless cooking seems new, we'll
be glad to have our demonstrator
give home Instructions. Vi'e wunt
the "Thcrmatlc" Fireless Cooker, to
save you so much labor jou'll rec
ommend it to your friends.
Be sure to lnsUt on having only
the "Thermatlc." It la the ono
fireless cooker that will not wear
out from rust or leak steam.
These Beautiful 98c
Framed Pictures . .
Mission Book Racks
This Folding Mission Book Rack
Attractive, Flat Folding Mis
sion Book Racks, like the Illus
tration to the right. They are
made of real quartered oak and
nicely finished. They are ex
tension models and open to
take a large quantity of book!
If desired. Special for He.
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This Attractive Mission
A comfort-sTlvInu present for the man that rel
ishes a quiet imoke. Made of oak, dark Early
English mission finished, neatly trimmed and polished.
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This Large Quartered
Verv well constructed dresser like
the Illustration to the right. Made of
genuine quartered oak. with full
swell front, three small upper draw
ers. French plate mirror and highly
Thla Chiffonier la exactly like the
cut to the left: perfectly matching;
the dresser Illustrated above. It la
made of quartered oak. with full
awell front, six deep drawers, .wood
knobs, French plato mirror, and
Hundsomo tandscupes and inuilne subjects fitted In glided
frames lift by 21W Inches, fitted with glass and attractively fin
ished. Eucli plcturo neatly boxed. Bpoclul for Wednesday and
This Solid Quartered Oak Buffet
Massive Buffet like the il
lustration to the right. Made
ot solid quartered oak. with
full oak Interior; and very
best construction, lias largo
French Viluto mirror, lined
drawer for allverwure. two
other drawers, two cupboards,
wood knob trimmings, claw
feet, und highly polished.
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