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THE WASHINGTON TIMES: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4; 1912.
Engineer Is Dying and Three
Others Seriously Hurt
U in Collision.
ZANEBVILLE, Ohio, Dec. 4Wlth
the death early today of William Lud
Iff, Jacob Eurgy, nnd Mrs. Nellie Tay
lor, the toll of the wreck lust night be
tween a C, A. and C. nnd C. and H. V.
pascnger train near Dresden, was In
creased to eleven.
James IJryant. forty-live, of Lancas
ter, engineer of theC. and M. V. train,
dying In the hospital here.
The Litt of Dead.
Mra. B. L. EMERSON, thirty-two. of
Zanesvllle; her two-year-old son and
' MAX HARRIS, traveling salesman.
HENRV BARTI.ES, thirty, of Akron.
HENRY UALUIAN, of Cleveland,
manager Dresden branch of the Cleve
land Woolen Mills.
L. H. BLANEV, Zanesvllle, C. and M.
sSSSJR? J HASKELL, flfty-elght, of
anesvllle, salesman for the American
Agricultural Chemlcnl Company.
JR,LwLJAM LUDWia, forty, of Zancs
ie, bridge enrpenter.
w-uu uuiiux, ntty-acven, of Zanea-
New Currency System Urg
ed to Prevent Recurrence
of Money Troubles.
Mrs. Nm.i.ni Tivrno - ....
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Air Pipe Break Blamed.
The breaking of an air pipe on the
Cleveland, Akron and Columbus train
was responsible for tho collision. The I
Cincinnati und Muskingum Valley train I
was rouomng trio c A. & C. division
train on the seventeen miles of single
track between Trlnway and Zancsvlllo.
When tho alr-plpc broke a flagman
was aetit back to atop tho C. & M. V.
train, but he urrlvcd too late, and the
last coach on tho stalled train was split
Mrs. Emerson was found with her
head forced through a window and both
tier children dead bcsldo her. Henry
lialblan was found on top of the engine
Just before he died In tho hospital
here. Max Harris, of Lodl. asked atten
dants to noslfy his sweetheart. Julia
Rodman, of Paolo, Kuns., to whom ho
was engaged to bo married.
"Frat" Brothers Die.
Harris and Bartles, who died within
an hour of each other In one room at
the hospital, wero bound by a common
tie, as each wore tho badge of the
Blgtnl Chi College fraternity.
Among the Injured are ('rank Saup,
thirty-two, of 1-nncastcr, express mes
senger, cut and bruised: Guy Altrock,
thirty, of Bremen, both hands scalded;
George Elnscl, thirty. live, Kilbuck, rail,
way mall clerk, face cut. Others were
badly shaken up und bruited.
Lease by W. J. Bryan
Is Causing Comment
William Jennings Bryan has obtained
an option on a sulto of offices In tho
Woodward Building, and politicians aro
wondering what ho Intends to do with
If he goes Into the Cabinet, ho will
have no use for them: and If he rc.
mains In prUato life, the mystery Is
qually great. Somo politicians believe
he Intends to open a news bureau hero
and report tho Wilson Administration
according to nis own ugnts.
Prophets in Conclave.
J. DUB1UV90 BVBBIUI, Ul UIU BUU
Order of Veiled Prophets will be held
In Odd Fellows Hall tomorrow night ut
8 o'clock. Nominations for officers for
the coming year will be made and short
TOrm aegrees win uu cumciim.
Declaring that as long as the hank
ing nnd currency system of this country
remains as It Is today the disaster of
a panic will remain a possibility, Bene
tary of tho Treasury McVeagh In his
annuul report to Congrets today urged
that a new aysttcm which would afford
morn protection to the country at large
"The system under which we pre
living not only will not prevent a panic,
but after a certain point In the genera
tion of panic conditions Is reached, will
mnl;o It Inevitable," ho declares.
The Secretary charges that the pres
ent syatcm established under Fedora!
laws nol only promotes and develops
panics, but at all times the country Is
carrMng a needless and neavy uurnen
of an unfit nnd whollv Insufficient
banking and currency system. "This
system never permits entirely free com
mercial, financial, or industrial action
nt any time," tho Secretary asserted.
Plan Tightens Money.
MacVeagh laid stress on how the pres
ent cut rency plan tightens money during
crop moving time. Taking largo sums
of actual money out of tho ordinary
financial use and "locking It up us u
dead mass" In tho vaults of the Treas
ury, Is, according to the Secretary, un
scientific and unreasonable.
Ilo ndvneates such a chungo In '.ho
sjttem as will provldf trustworthy
Lank reserve, a new system, ue m .
must Include provisions for never-falling
reserves nnd never-falling currency,
and for tho perfect elasticity nnd flexi
bility of both: for the permanent or-i-ntiivitlnn
nnd orirantzcri co-oneratloll
nf ih bunks, which, according to the
Secretary, are now suffering and caU8n,r
the nation to suner oy reuson 01 ineir
unorgumzeu hiuiu, wr u ii-uiiui utt-uw
to represent und act for the organized
und co-operative banks, so Independent
tnal no one nung can nc own, tun
t rolled or shared In In any. degree, di
rectly or Indirectly, by nny omcr Dang.
Tho Secretary urged Congress to glvo
serious attention to the opium situation
in America. He declared that smug'
Kline of the durg Into this country
reaches an enormous ngurc.
SAILOR IS SUICIDE
AFTER TWO ATTEMPTS
of Power Press
Favors Machine Printing in.
Bureau of Engraving as
Relating to the Installation of power
presses, which has been the subject of
a long controversy between Director
Joseph E. Ralph, of tho Bureau of
Engraving and Printing and tho Plate
Printers' Union, tho Secretary of .the
Treasury makes a concise statement of
Just what steps have been taken to
ward the elimination of what he terms
h. "remnant of the hand-printing trade"
and the Inauguration of new methods.
He said that until recently It waa be
lieved that the best work In plate print
ing could not bo done on power presses;
that. In the Interests of the arts of en
graving and printing, and as protection
against counterfeiting, tho work must
bo done by hand.
Even Exoerti Puttied.
The belief In these distinctions has'
been given up, since experts cannot tell
the difference between notes printed on .
presses and by hand. I
Such economies will be effected by I
tho Installation of tho power presses, I
he says, that the machines must be
brought Into tho bureau, although the
change will bo made gradually, so that '
no hardship will be Imposed upon tho '
He says the change will be done to
tho actuul advantage of the hand print
ers, since all the "competent printer
can within a short time be transferred
Into power-press printers, with larger
wages." Furthermore, the work Is far
moro healthful und sunltury than hand
Within the last few months a few
power presses have been Installed and
new economies have been effected. It
gives the printers a chance to become
convinced of the advantage to them
selves of up-to-date methods, says Sec
UNCLE SAM'S JOBS
LEAVES GAS ON
TO KILL VICTIMS
Robber Who Held Up Capi
tal Grocer Raids Six
Frederick R. Hager Fires Bullet
Into Brain After Being
Thwarted In two prcIous attempts
to end his life. Frederick R. Hagner,
twenty-four years old, a sailor In the
United States navy, succeeded In ending
his life last evening by firing u bullet
in his brain at the home of his mother,
Mrs. Mary Hagner, 83) a street north
east. Despondency over tho death of his
wlfo about a year ago la believed to
have prompted him to taku his life.
Huger came home on a furlough several
weeks ago. He Is said to have btcn due
back on his ship last week.
Mrs. Hager went out about noon yes
terday nnd left her son alono In the
house. While she was out he Bcrlbbled
a note on the back of u blotter, but then
apparently tried to erase some ol It, as
nly n few of the words could be de
ciphered. It read: "All of the things
sou have given me you will find In the
front room. Give my ring to Jack"
On two occasions last week J. C. For
rester, of 927 D street, a friend of the
suicide, disarmed him, hath times re
moving tho shells fiom his revolver.
Nine Civil Service Examinations
Are Being Held Through
(Continued from First Page.)
Office: C. A. Flake, J. U King, and
Mrs. Howarth. All of the places were
entered by forcing the kitchen windows.
When Mr. Kcegln went downstairs to
turn off tho gas he believed that It was
probably escaping from a burner on
the cook stove.
Much to his surprise, hn found that
several Jets wcro open. Ho also found
that the entire first floor hud been ran.
sacked, the contents of a desk strewn
on tho floor and things turned topsy
turvy. A quantity of vnluable silver
mm In the dlnine room waa not dis
turbed. In tho rear yard he found his
overcoat and several articles of cloth
ing belonging to his children 80 far
as he could learn, the only thing stolen
was somo chango which he had In his
Practically the same conditions were
found on tho first floors of the other
homes.N although Mr. Kcegin's house
h the nnlv one where the gas was
turned on. The thief for his trouble
obtained l- from tne lioncuson nomo
and 12 helomrlnir to Mr. King.
The ponce are convinced nun in rou
ber walked from Washington to Hyatts
ville after he entered the store of Abra
;ham aimberg, v6fi Florida avenue north
west, about 8 o'clock last night, where
he held up the proprietor at the point
of a revolver and relieved him of $10 In
Five minutes Inter the reserves from
No. 8, responding to n telephona mes
sage, wero at the store, but the robber
had mado good his escape and dlsap
peaied ns completely ns If tho earth
had swallowed him. Half.nn hour later
nearly a score of detectives were on the
scene, but tho man had rnvernl Ida
tracks so well that they could tlnd no
trace of him.
The police say that all 'exits from the
city were carefully guarded, and they
do not believe It would have been pos
slble for him to go to H)attsvllle on
the railroad or electric lino without be
Reward Offered for Arrest.
The man woro no mask when he en
tered the grocery store and the detec
tives have a good description of the rob
ber. A reward of $lf has been offered
by Major Sylvester for Ills arrest.
With the eight robberies In Washing
ton and six In Ilyuttstlllc. the Wash
ington police aro wondering today where
he win turn p '?; . . , ,, ,
Tho Hyattsville robberies showed thnt
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iVmf expert thief: So skillfully did tho
uutgidr worn insi
houses did he rouso the occupants.
After forcing the window of the licegln
home. It was necessary to lemovo sev
eral pots and pans from tho gns rango
so that he could get In without-making
any noise or attracting attention. Thr-so
were found pucu i b'wu,iu JMDt
outsldo the window.
At two of tho other houses it was
necessary to rcmovo flower pots and
other objects from the window sills.
"I am convinced," said Mr. Kcegln
. .i.L.. at... i,n.t Wat. ft limri.lt
slonaVcrook. and I agree with the police
Konimiuey the "bold YobCe'rio. In
Child Describes Robber.
Five-year-old I.ouls Olnberg Is the
only one who can glvo a clear descrip
tion of tho man. The child was In the
store last night when tne tnici iook ...
tho money In his father's possesion.
The boy Btatcd today that the thief
was a very thin man, about tlvo feet
ten Inches tall. Ho woro a brown suit
of clothes. 11 light cap. and brown
shoes. His h.ilr was red and his eyes
blue and one gold tooth showed when he
Br'mnffwSald today that the thief
tulkcd to him for somo time before ho
drew the revolver and spoke sucli
broken Kngllsh that , the storekeeper
asked him If he were an Italian. The
thief denied being a foreigner, saying
that ho waa of Irish parentage, born In
tho United States.
Mr. Olnberg did not notice the features
of tho robber particularly until the re
volver came Into view. After this hu
said ho couldn't lemcmbcr what tho
man looked like. The boy, however,
who began to cry Just as soon ns hu
saw the revolver and knew that his
father was In danger, took remarkably
accurate note of tho thief and what he
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ory. Mr. Olnberg finally remembered tho
particulars about the man.
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Olnberg thought It would bo n good Idea
i uo somcming m niinni mu iiiiv.ji
of the pascrs-by and picked up a heavy
pad lock on the counter to throw It
thiough the front window. The thief
was just as quick to think as he and
ordered him to lay the lock where It
was before. After thut effort Mr. Oln
berg decided thnt It would be best to
do what the thief sold.
IS URGED FOR
Board of Education's Head
May Get Post as Reward
GEN. STAHEL DIES
AT AGE OF 87 AT
Long Resident of Washing
ton and Famous in
pan, and consul general at shanghai,
China, resigning In lHSon account of
111 health. He then entered the service
of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society
of New York In an executive capacity.
General stabel waa unmarried and ha
no relatives In this city.
New Legation Attache.
Alfonso Washington reset, son of th
Peruvian minister to this country, hni
been named attache of the legatlor
here! Minister Peset recently present
ed his son to President Taft. The
younger Pexet was born on February
22, 1889, and was named In honor of
MnoUntl avinuo nortlicasi. htwn Twelfth
and Thlrlcrnth treets Herman II llcmen.
uleln et un. 10 John W. and Ullle h
Hamilton. It t, wiuare IW.".. Ilo
Ciilumiila IIHht.-ljium V. Helt t lr. Al
Mn o.. to Hsllle I' Moraell. lot b, block 2
Wmhlnitton Heights Miranda II Tullock to
J..!m II. Cain, lot .. ll"Ck . I0.
Dobbins AiMlllm-MUl-tha I. Toer to Allen
T Murrey, lot , Kiuarr SVKl. 110 Allre
V Murrey t'i Hna I. nnj Martha U TrjiT,
same proH-rtr. 110.
17V, T Ktrect ii"Hhett Helen I. Mnrrli to
Mury 1 Morris ami Kllzabeth It. Colbert,
lot la. aqua re 1M. 110
Speculation concerning the. appoint
ment of u new Uoard of Commission
ers centers around Capt. James F.
Oyster, president of the Board of Ed
Wcjl-foundcd rumors .Indicate that
Captain Ojster Is to succeed Commis
sioner Johnston. Commissioner ltu
dolph, It Is understood, will bo ap
pointed to succeed himself. Captain
Oyster, however, declined today to
comment on his probable appointment,
saying ho knew nothing of It.
The terms of Commissioner Iludolph
mid Commissioner Johnston expire
January 21. President Taft, therefore,
will have tho appointment of tho new
uonrd. Commissioner Rudolph has said
he will bo Kind to havo a reappoint
ment, regarding It as an Indorsement
of his administration. Commissioner
Johnston, who at present Is out of the
city, has made bo announcement con
cerning his candidacy beyond the
statement that ho "will cross that
brldgu whon ho comes to '."
In advocating tho appointment of
Captain Oyster, his friends have dc
claicd that ho Is desenlng cj flic posi
tion ns a recognition of his long public
scnlco In the Interests of tho, public
schools, by reason of which he Is well
versed In District nffalrs.
Captain Oyster has been a llfo long
Democrat. Commissioner Rudolph, be
ing a Remibllcan. It Is minted out
there can bo no opposition to their
xcicetioii 011 ino ground that tne L'om.
mUsloncrshlps aro not divided between
tne two paitles.
For Marriage Reform.
The Hindu Marriage Reform League
of Washington will meet under the au
spices of the Women's Interdenomina
tional Missionary t'nlon Friday, Decern
bcr t. nt 2 o'clock, In the parish hall
of the Church of the Kplphnny. Mrs.
Mnrgaret Dy- Kills and Mrs. t-'ara Doan
La I'etra will speak.
Gen. Julius Stahel, veteran of the civil
war and for more than twenty years a
resident of Washington, died at his
Several hundred candidates for Gov
ernment work are being examined to
day by the Civil Service Commission In
various examining districts throughout
the country. j
Nine examinations are being held and!
a number of candidates presented them-1
selves at tne commission neaaquaricrs
here to bo examined.
Among the positions to be filled are
several vacancies for teachers of house
keeping at Indian agencies In the West;
a scientific assistant In tho llghthouso
service; several aids In the Bureau of
Standards, and a teacher of metal work
ing and mechanical drawing at tho
Haskell Indian School ; an Instructor In
mine safety under the liureau of Mines
at Pittsburg: botanlial translator In the
liureau of Plant Industry, Department
of Agriculture; laboratory assistants in
the Lighthouse Service; analyst in the
Uureuu of Bolls. Department of Agri
culture, ut Reno, Nev.; herdsman at
Ueltsvllte, Md., under the Bureau of
Animal Industry, Department of Agri
culture, and two vacancies In the posi
tion of Inorganic chemist In the Philip
pines. Also Throws Bricks.
"Is this an up-to-date doll?"
"Oh, vcs,.madame. It says 'Votes for
BOWELS SLUGGISH, STOMACH SOUR,
GASSY, UPSET? CASCARETS GREAT!
That awful sourness, belching of acid and foul gases; that pain In the
pit of tho stomach, the heartburn, nervousness, nausea, bloating after eating.
feeling of fullness, dizziness nnd sick headache, means your stomach Is full of
sour bile your liver Is torpid your bowels constipated. It Isn't your stomach's
fault It Isn't Indigestion It's blllousnes and constipation.
Try rascarets; they Immediately sweeten the stomach, remove the sour,
undigested, and fermenting 'food and foul gases; takn the excess bile from the
liver and carry off tho constipated waste matter from the bowels. Then your
Rtomaeh trouble Is ended. A Cascarut tonight straightens you out by morning.
"CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP."
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Tterrnants of lines to & QQl
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Rich colorings of gray, brown,
blue, blnrlc, and fancy mannlrh mix
tures, till wool storm serge, cheviot
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17.50 Satin Lined Serge Jacket, $4.99
Strlctlv all wool handsome qual
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All wool novelty mixtures, black
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blonde or brunette wavy hair; sleeping eyes, with
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French Illsque, all jointed limbs, sleeping oka
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All Jointed Sleeping Dolls of French Bisque t un
dressed or richly dressed In pretty pink On
blue, and red dresses '
$2 CiiHras Ran Capes, 97c
Warranted water proof,
lllues aaMs ray striped gosxn
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4 to 14 years. Made with
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$1 Girls' Dresses, 55c
Six to 14 year Cllrls" Cham
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Newest Storm Ulster
Coats for girls C to 14
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One puir to customer, 9c.
length, m 0 -
Hum and short
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apartments In New York city at 2
o'clock this morning. He was eighty
seven years of age and was one of the
most picturesque as well as one of the
oldest survivors of the war between the
He left Washington tho last time on
November 1, last, giving up his apart
ments In tho Hrlghton at that time. He
was un Intimate friend of munr Wash-
ingtomaits, including mmon woir, ana
others, and his death will be deeply
mourned here. Funeral services will be
neia proDaDiy on rnuay from j-ee s
chapel, with burial In Arlington Na
The honorary pullbrarcrs will be den.
Nelson A. Miles, George T. Wilson, of
New York; Simon Wolf, Admiral Marlx,
Isadore Saks, of New York, and E. II.
General Stabel was born In Hungary
November C, 1S23. and fought In tho
struggle for Hungarian Independence
under Kossuth in 1818. He came to the
United States In IKX, encaging In
Journalism In New York city In that
year until 1SC1, when he Joined the
Eighth New York Volunteer Infantry
as Its colonel. He win made a briga
dier general of volunteers by President
Lincoln on the lSth of November,. 1161,
and commissioned by President IJn
coln as major general on the 14th of
March. 1803, resigning February 8, 1M3.
Ho was severely wounded while leading
his dllslon at the battle of Piedmont,
w vn jnnn s nr.l. remalnlnir In bat
tle although wounded und tor which act
of gallantry he received the medal of
honor. He commanded tho advance
column of General Fremont's army In
the Shenandoah alley, and wits placed
in command of the Kloventh Army
Corps on January 15. 1SC3. President
lLncoln uslgned htm to the command in
front of Washington on March 13, 1SB3,
nnd ho was In churge nf the esrort from
Washington to Gettysburg of Prcsidsnt
Lincoln nt the time of tho delivery of
the famous GcttjMiur.r speech.
He afterward entered the diplomatic
service of the Government, nnd was
consul at Yokohama, Japan; Kobe, Ja
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and drawers, all QQn
HIRSH'S BIB SHOE STORES
"Ths Dolltr-Ltii Pries Tht Daltar-Mara Vslus"
Men's Women's Boys' Girls9
You know HIRSH'S, and you know that whenever we offer a SPECIAL it is something out of the
ordinary, for our shoes ALWAYS are "The Dollar-Less Price The Dollar-More Value." All the items
listed here are BARGAINS and that means MORE than the Dollar-Less Price. Such announcements
as these always attract great crowds to Hirsh's and we urge you to come early. The newest Winter
styles, made after our own original ideas, and fresh from our factory are in these offerings.
A Special Lot
800 Pairs Women's
Specially Priced at
All Are Genuine
$3.50 to $4 Values
Everyone perfect everyone in the prevailing styles a
range of sizes so complete no woman need be disappointed if
she buys promptly. Latest lans, Patent Colt, Gun Metal and
Vici Kid with cloth and leather tops; button or blucher; plain
and wing tips; hibh and low heels. We caution you to buy
early. 800 pairs on hand today, but they will not ALL be here tomorrow
fiPcr u I
MMPair m 1 1
Included with the let
at the same price-
V3.31I Is a aplendld
line of exquisitely
made and finished
I. A H I K S' KVl'.MMJ
NI.U'l'Klts In urlou
Men's GIFT SLIPPERS
In tan und black, nveiett and Opera
Real $1.25 Valus
This lot is nrtVred ns nn ImentUc to bring ou to
our storo tu get a glimpse of our regulur line of
Misses' Shoes speowl
The're in black only. Hut we have them In both
button and lace (blucher). A snappy, dressy lot
they are, too, superb finish and splendid materials.
Worth Every Cent of $2.00
Bat Selling At Only
Extra quality In all colors
The prettiest, daintiest, shotting
wo hiitu ever made. Values that
are Indeed extraordinary. Home
decidedly new idtas.
A decided hit. Dressv, but
mndc stiong und duiublo tluuugh
All sizes, shapes, and leathers;
ilther button or lace.
JL iOU $2,00 Value
A great protection for the boys'
feet In wet or cold weather. Note
Its stunlv construction. Double
straps ut the top, and a general
Jaunty effect that will please the
HIRSH'S SHOE STORES
aaaggsrega 1026-1028 7th St. N. W. '" ' i
OUT OF THE HIGH RENTAL DISTRICT