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THE WASHINGTON TIMES: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1913.
UN TO BE BURIED
Miss Mary E. Wallis Will Have
Funeral From Home of Her
I Sister, Mrs. Tise.
1?TATTSVILLE. Md., Jan. 15. Fu
neral services for Miss Mary E. Wallis.
who died at the age of seventy-three
years "yesterday morning at Sibley Hos
pital, Washington, will be held to
morrow afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from
the residence of her sister, Sirs. George
Tise, of Locust avenue. Owing to the
fact that the First Presbyterian Church,
of which Miss Wallis was a member.
Is at '-present without a pastor, the
Rev. H. I Blvens, of the Southern
Methodist Church, will officiate, interment-
tv ill be at Olenwod Cemetery,
Washington. Miss Walls was one of the
oldest residents of Hyattuvllle, and was
born in Bladensburg. Her parents were
Harrison and Mary Wallis, and were
of od colonial stock. Her death leaves
but three persons who were residents
of Bladensburg at the time of her birth.
She was an earnest worker In the Pres
byterian church, and when that organ
isation moved to this town from Bla
densbunr. nearly thirty years ago. she
came' with it Miss Wallis was sick
only about a week, and was removed
to the Washington hospital last Frl
day. Death was due to pneumonia. Miss
Wallis was the .aunt of Mis Mary W.
Use, ther local postmistress.
The short course at the Maryland
Agricultural College next week will be
devoted to poultry husbandry and will
be under the direction, of Roy C. Walte,
of the Maryland Agricultural Experi
ment Station. 'Special lectures will be
Riven by "Dr. D. E. Salmon, formerly
of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Unit
ed States Department of Agricultural;
.Prof. C. A. Rogers, assistant professor
of poultry, husbandry, Cornell Uni
versity; George O. Brown, secretary of
the Maryland Poultry and Pigeon As
sociation; Charles L. Opperman of
Berwyn; A.-R. Iec of the United States
Department of Agriculture; Harry
Lamon. of the Department of Agricul
ture; J. Harry Wolsleffer. poultry edi
tor of the. Philadelphia Record; and
John H. Carter, of Washington.
Chicken Bone May Kill
"Where Wreck Failed
Ever hear the story, of the gallant
soldier who served through three wars,
escaped unharmed, and then died an
Jgnoble death from being butted by a
Here's one that has that one beaten
The Rer. William Meade Clark, editor
of the Southern Churchman and rector
of the fashionable St James' Episcopal
Church, Richmond, Va.. and known to
scores of Washingtonlans, is lying at
the point of death at his home in the
capital of the Old Dominion.
Dr7 Clark was the victim of a serious
railroad wreck several years ago. dur
ing ;whlch a section of his skull was
torn loose, his Jaw shattered, several of
his teeth knocked out, a number of i-lbs
fractured, and one or his legs cut ore.
Physicians placed a metal plate over
his skull, wired the fractured Jawbone
together, had made for him a set of
false teeth, and repaired his damaged
ribs. A cork leg was purchased for hltn.
Dr. Clark, a few days ago, while en
joying an old Virginia dinner, accident
ally permitted a chicken bone to lodge
In his throat It was removed with
directly responsible, his physicians say,
dlrectuly responsible, his physicians say,
for his present condition.
New Chilean Cabinet.
The Chilean cabinet, which resigned a
few days ago, has been reorganized, ac
cording to State Department advices.
The whole cabinet remains Intact except
that the .minister of Justice, Dr. Vllle
gas, lias become minister for foreign
affairs. -Anlbal Leteller succeeds him as
minister of Justice, and Uip war port
folio goes to Jorge Matte.
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IN GLENWOOD GRAY
INMATE OF HOME
Automobile Accident Victim Is Reported trf Be Re
covering From His Hurts Boy Breaks
WASHINGTON" TIMES BUREAU.
ANACOSTIA. D. a. JAN. 15.
Leonard Slmmacher. the seventy-nine-year-old
inmate of the District Home
for the Aged and Infirm, at Bleu Plains,
south of Congre3 Heights, who was
struck and injured by an automobile
last night in Nicholas avenue, was re
ported to be in a favorable condition
for recovery today at the casualty Hos
ior recovery loaay at tne casualty hos- ,
pital. where he was taken bv the police
alter the accident His right leg was i
broken between the knee and the ankle
and he was bruised in several places.
The automobile was driven by Dr. J.
J. Madigan, resident physician at the
home, who was on his way to the insti
tution about S o'clock in the evening.
Thomas Connors, fourteen ears old,
broke both his arms above the wrists
in an unusual accident yesterday on
the grounds of St. Teresa's Parochial
School, In V street, where he is a pupil.
While playing with companions he came
into violent contact with the corner of
a shed. Ho put up his hands to ward
off the Impact, but too late. In addi
tion to breaking both arms as a result
of the collision, he was cut about the
head and face.
FOR TIMES WOMEN
What Is Seen
Time can be made use of during these ,
days of Inclement weather by prepar
ing the supply of lingerie for the sum
mer. No matter how much is paid for
lingerie, none of It can compare favor- j
ably In strength and wearing qualities I
w Ith that wnicn is maae at nomc. xsei
ter material can be made up less ex
pensively, and with greater care, the
duality of lace or embroidery being
chosen with regard to the lightness or
the heaviness of the material. The main
reason why lingerie does not last long
is due 'to the fact that the trimming is
often too light or too heavy for the
body of the material. Sample strips of
embroidery, each one four and one-half
yards long, may be had at the depart
ment store which 1b at the corner of
Eleventh and G streets.
This embroidery Is suitable for either
shirt waists or lingerie, the embroidered
voile, 45 inches wide and 75 cents the
yard, being appropriate for the first
mentioned purpose. Heavy figures on an
excellent quality of voile form this ma
terial which Is also to be considered
as dress goods for children.
Swiss embroidery flouncing is 60 cents
the yard, and is 27 inches wide. Per
haps among the best values offered are
the more "narrow embroideries at 23
cents the yard. This lot Includes
twenty-seven-Inch flouncing, eighteen
Inch corset cover embroidery, and
twelve-Inch petticoat flouncing.
Sometimes, if one is a good Judge of
furs, coats and sets may be bought at
cost prices, but unless one is a wise
buyer there is not much profit to be
made. Some of the fur coats which are
being sold by the department store at
the corner of Seventh and K streets are
excellent bargains, an especially to be
mentioned style being the natural brown
ponysklns lined with brocaded satin,
which sell for $34.50. Hudson seal coats
are $39.60, and black ponyskln ones are
to be had as low as 115.75.
There Is an excellent chance offered
at the department store at Eighth and
Market space to buy several umbrellas.
LARGEST CREDIT JEWELRY HOUSE
Quality Jewelry At Its Best!
You will not see such a superb collection of Quality Jewelry and Precious Gems anywhere
else in the South nor will you find more reasonable prices for goods of substantial and intrinsic
Ring: gold CM A
mounUng OtV Sparkling
JLOO a week. mond
derful values at
50c a neeL.
Dr. Joseph J. Mundell took the boy to
Providence Hospital in his automobile.
The lad lives at 2!3 Fourteenth street
Presbyterian societies in Anacostia
in t. . ,i.i nnalf orpnrrtlnp In
the program they have adapted, be-!
ginning tomorrow' The Willing Work-'
ers will havp a meeting with Mrs. Rob-
ert Sowerbutts in Avalon terrace, to-
morrow aiiemoun m - uuum.
hrotherhood of the church will meet
oro.n , -g- -"- Irl(j": Z,
JMi William A. Sne I loir - rwaj . ei en
.,. m!.Rinn stndv class in her home
in 'Minnesota avenue on Friday even
ing. The class is a new one in the
church, and Mrs. Cummlngs, the wife
of the pastor. Is its teacher. She will
have "China" as the topic at tse com
The horse of Policeman A. L. Lucas,
which was bitten more than a month
aro bv a dog that was pronounced sub
sequently to be mad. has been released j
from the Government quarantine sta-
tlon at Bethesda. , Md., where it was
the dog. The policeman is unable to j
use iue aniuiui si mis nine, uuwever,
e was injured a few nights ago
bv being thrown from the horse he was
riding. He is III at his home, lnMlnne
WHO WANT TO KNOW
in The Shops
Values of J3 to $L50 are to be had for
89 cents, owing to some slight imperfec
tions. If the umbrella is looked over
carefully when bought, and If the Im
perfection be remedied at once, by the
buyer, it Is at a saving of several dol
lars. All have natural wood sticks,
carved hardwoods, boxwoods, and
ebony, the material is silk and linen,
and the ribs are of the best steel rods.
Granted there are slight imperfections,
who in this world ever keeps .the um
brella which he himself bought? Why
buy a perfect piece of goods to be en
Joyed by someone else? The 63-cent
values are Just the thing for school
children, while the lot at 79 cents a,
piece are made small with handles suit
able for little fingers.
Preparations for the summer ward
robe should be made whenever bargains
can be picked up in summer materials,
lots of the thinner goods appearing on
the winter bargain tables from Ume to
time. The silk and linen fabrics adver
tised by the department store at the
corner of Seventh and K streets are
presumably for evening dresses, but will
be designated as shirtwaist materials
later on. Thev may be had noWat'Taj
cents the yard, and comprise several
kinds of charmeuse, satin ratine, satin
pongee, and self-striped pongee. Excel
lent soft shirts can be made of these
materials, or dressy little afternoon
blouses which will be found cool and
comfortable, even in the warmest weath
er. Ollie James Expected
To Make Harmony
Senator-elect OHIe M. James of Ken
tucky has departed for Trenton for a
conference with Governor Wilson.
James Is a Clark lieutenant and sur
mise here is that he will try to bring
the Clark forces and the Wilson sup
port to a good understanding. He is
in position to do It having been a
supporter of Clark to the last at Baltimore.
Purchases to the Amoaat at
$26.00 Caa Be Paid For at
Larger Amounts la Proportion
$1.00 a week.
In new designs; won- 5JK
gold mount- fc1A
Gold Pen- CJ-I jr
GETS ONE PENNY
Asked for $25,000 Against For
mer Sheriff for Being Ar
ROCKVI Md.. Jan lo.-Joseph
H. Arnold. fiT Fort Washington, was
awarded 1 cent damages by a Jury,, in
tne -circuit COurt here In his suit against
Frank P. Hurd. of Upper Marlboro,
Md.. formerly sheriff of Prince George
. assault. In
his declaration, he asked for 123,000.
Arnold 'claimed that Hurd, while
sheriff, visited his saloon at Fort
Washington to serve papers from the
circuit court in a civil caso and ar
rested him without provocation. HjirTi,
went to' rrnold-rplace with'paper,
i dispossessing him of the premise. ?- S
however, represented that when he
occupied for saloon
inWfered with him
of nlg dutIcs aK
in the discharge
Arnold was kept locked up two days.
The case was removed to this count
for trial at the instance of Arnold who
made affidavit that he could not get
Justice in Prince George county. Ar
nold was represented by Alexander
Kilgour and Thomas Dawson, of Rock
vllle. and Hurd by Samuel M. Peach,
of PPrince George county, and Robert
B. Peter, of Rockvllle.
The stockholders of the Montgomery
County National Bank, at a meeting
held here yesterday, reelected the old
board of directors to serve one year,
as follows: Spencer C. Jones. James B.
Henderson. .William B. Mobley, Fred
erick P. Hays, Wilson B. Tschlftcly.,
Joseph T. Moore, James E. WlUlarttS,
Lee Offutt, Richard H. Stokes.-Perrie
E. Waters, Lawrence Allnutt ana Wil
liam T. Griffith, in theraIterooon the
directors met and re-elected officers as
follows: President, Spencer C. Jones;
vice president, James B. Henderson:
ashler, Richard H. Stokes; assistant
cashier. George M. Hunter; teller, -W..
Russell Brewer, clerks, George P. .Hen-,
derson and J. Gardiner Darby.
Walter P. Shaw ha tendered his
resignation ns a constable for eBthesda
district and the same has been acceptedi'ed today Among the Items listed were
by the county commissioners. It -will :900,tOO baths for children, at a cost of
take enrect januarv as. on wnicn uw;
Shaw expects to remove to Washington,
According to the county commissioners,
Skov'a rpalimntlcm had no connection
with the arrest by Shaw at Chevy
Chase recently of numerous Washington
autoists on charges of violating the
outnmohile regulations of the State..but
waa tendered because he would notbe j
eligible to serve auer ne removes irora
the countyT'' " ?.
Louis Bennett of" Washington, and
Miss Flora Tarllck. of Baltimore, were
married In Rockvllle by Rev John R.
Henderson, pastor of. the Presbyterian
Church? the ceremony taking place ,at
the minister's home.
Cife for All Febt Tertire
The following Is absolutely the surest
and quickest' cure known to science 'for
all foot ailments: "Dissolve two table
spoonfuls of Caloclde compound -In a
basin of warm water. Soak the feet In
this for fully fifteen minutes gently
rubbing the sore parts.", Tho effect is
really wonderful. All soreness goes In
stantly: the feet feel de
lightful. Corns and cal
louses can be peeled right
off. It gives immediate re
lief for sore bunions, sweaty,
nmellv and aching feet
Especially effective for frost!
bites and cniiDains. a
twenty-five cent box of Cal
ocidc Is said to be sufflcent
to cure the worst feet It works
through the pores and removes the
cause of the trouble. Don't waste time
on uncertain remedies. Any druggist has
Caloclde compound In stock or he can
get It In a few hours from his whole
sale house. Published by Medical Form
ula Laboratories of Chicago.
IN THE WORLD'
Solid Gold Case
UP Watch, Waltham or
Elgin movement; com
plete with COC
935 Pa. Ave.
TO OBTAIN SERVICE
Wants Potomac Company to
Give Connections at Ex
change of Post.
Because the Chesapeake and Potomac
Telephone Company has refused to con
nect its lines with the telephone "ex
change maintained by the War Depart
ment at Fort Myer, the Interstate Com
merce Commission has ordered that the
telephone company on or before Feb
ruary 1 transmit to the commission a
statement of Its exact position in the
matter. , The telephone company Is
formally made a respondent in the case.
The complaint of the War Depart
ment, signed by Assistant Secretary
Robert Shaw Oliver, says It Is necessary
or the officers at Fort Myer to -
-- S-5-S-;SL Ti?SUSSTJ
cera in me uuuixh hum. 'c ""!"""
company nas a trumc line to , ort aiyer
. .. .
wncn enters a swucnooara A tn who g k hands j,
of the fort switchboard, that many cf- Wm ad extended py waa John
forts have been made to obtain the w pea, of New york one of
connection and that "for military rea- UUganta m the Boland case,
sons, such as certainty of sending com- n WM planned here. f0r a commlt
mands, receiving InformaUon. securing tee of prominent' citizens to meet the
secrecy when necessary, eliminating : former Judge at the station' and cs
treacherous Interference and maintain-! cort him to the hotel, where a re
lng discipline a military post must have ception was. to be held, but the plans
enure cpntroi oi us
own system of
It is said to be necessary that the
War Department select Its own equip
ment "The telephone company cannot re
fuse to connect with the post at Fort
Myer on the grounds that it Is in viola
tion ot'approved practice, because such
connections have been made already
with twenty-three different army posts
The signal corps Is dlrccUy inter-e'spsd-in-the
outcome of the matter and
will, practically, handle the case for the
'Gives Scholars Baths.
BERLIN, Jan. 15. It cost Berlin S3
for each child In the public schools In
1912,. 'exclusive of the maintenance of
the buildings and the salaries of the
instructors, according to figures publish-
liwo ana pne-nau cents eaciu Jiore man
t $34,000 was spent In feeding pqor chll-
aren wno came to scnooi witnout eitncr
breakfast or lunch.
; Speak'at Library.
-The Jchlef speaker at the monthly
meeting' of the District Library Asso
'clatlon tonight will, be iAugust Donath;
superintendent of documents of the Sen
ate! "Anniur- tha other sneakers will be
i' Robert A. Church,, and A. P.'TUdalc
i. t-Jk. y-W'.v-J-"
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A 25c Cake Harf ina Soap
Medicated Toilet, Deodorizing Antiseptic, Cleansing, Healing
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The manufacturers of HAY'S
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the purpose of inducing you
to try this meritorious hair
preparation and to prove its
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HAYS HAIR HEALTH has
been used as a standard hair
dressing by thousands for the
past 25 years.
H A Y'S HAIR
while not a dye, removes all
hair, thereby improving one's
Hair Health and Soap, full price 75c
This Week Both for 39c
PEOPLE'S TWO DRUG STORES
7th and K Sts. N. W. 7th and E Sts. N. W.
TO. PRACTICE LAW
in nil, pa.
Ousted JudgeDeclares He -Will
Begin Life new in r Own
Home Town. -.
. 'SCRANTON.i-Pa., Jan.MS.
"I- have come back to my home ,
.town.to.. begin again the practice of -law.
I shall open an office Just as
soon as I can make the arrange
ments', and-at the age of sixty-six,
I shall begin life over again, con
scious still -that I have done no
wrong in all my Judicial career."
This Is the, language of former Judge
Robert WArchbaldtp the newspaper
men ' of his .home-'townT s N
It Is the first statement he has made
Mr.1 Archbald arrived, here last night
- Sr - SS S'V.L'r'SS:
and went direct to the. Hotel Jermyn.
u-.-, . i. ! ... ,mn.w
IIULCl. VTIICIC UC bUdklCU WV.fcll n..ww
frJ .bo came to aJl OQ Wm.
were -dropped, for fear he might not
luce it Mrs. Arcnoam reiurnea wuu
To Maintain Club
The, Woodrow Wilson College Men's
League will probably be made a per
manent institution. Chairman W. F.
McCombs, of' the, Democratic naUonal
committee, favors such a plan to keep
alive political Interest among college a.wu grains ot iooo. im. f'r
2S eS wrisonSjSsrR: Ksctes ruTr" &E2ftc
TersedaS TS5SST wrkTnn-ey .ever er-e The stomach
manent plan, and seeks to have It of te ! "CJLP" Ji stulrfs DysnensU. Tab
such a.nature that undergraduate, and .Try a box ofl Stuart's yapep Tab-
graduates will maintain cuuiuoiajra
which' would die down soon.
Declare M Street
School Is Crowded
Relief' for the crowded condition of
the M Street High School will be asked
by the Howard Park Citizens Associa
tion, according to a plan outlined at a
meeting of the organization last night
Prof. A. C. Newman and R. A. Pelham
made addresses. , ,
HAIR HEALTH filiating a njost
"Keeps You Looking Young"
traces of gray
looks and elim-
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tsssl " Lv tO sMt tftOMTTtt CO.
It is recommended and guaranteed by its
manufacturers, the Philo Hay Specialty Com
pany, to give absolute satisfaction.
x For Direct Election. f-
ALBANY, N. T.. Jan.15. The assem
bly, the lower housa -of the New York
legislature, by a vote of 123 ayes to 4
noes, has passed the constitutional
amendment providing for the -submission
to the popular vote of the question
ot the direct election or United.. States
Senators. T. " " "
. StiMuh Distms
Wkaterer tke TroiWe, It .Disappears
ia Fire Xiaates After' Takls a
Stuart's Dyspepsia TaWet.,
All of the. unpleasant sensations at
tendant upon eating too heartily, are
alraostlrstantly relieved tr aTStaarf
Heaviness of the Stomach -,-from Vm-
dlgeatrd Food Quickly HeHerv.
by a Stuart's Dynpc sta Tablet.
When you take food into a stomach
that Ms tired and over-taxed, the gas
tric Juices do not form fast enough to
digest it properly. So thefood becomes
sour ana at once dcbuis lu uuuw uu
rnu Your stomach becomes inflated
Just as surely as if you attached a toy
balloon to a gas Jet Then the gases
and foul odors issue forth and pollute
your breath. lour tongue quicaiy Be
comes, coated and you can taste the
foulness that Is withlnyou.
Now nil .this condition Is changed al
most Instantly by a Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablet lnis little oigesier geis ow
at once supplies all the digestive ele
ments that were lacking digests the
fcod in a Jiffy and sweetens and re
freshes the mucous lining of the
stomach and bowels and restores Peace
One grain of a single ingredient in
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will digest
--rr ri j urithont them. ThT nr sold
ATLANTIC CITY,N. J.
AiasacA'a rxuovm all-teak hssosz.
For Btt Racreatlas. or PlMsara.
Atlantic crrr, ir. j.
h wait sobs castaway
serious handicap to many.
It cleans the scalp of dan
druff, tones the hair cells and
lends to the hair that natural
luster so much desired by
men and women who are par
ticular about their appearance.
Will not soil skin or linen
and can be used without de-
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IN AX "ARABIA If IGirr
maw nmcii n l ri Tf
IlCXt W4Ksaf Salt Tsftwrsw
WILLIAM ELLIOTT and DAVID BELASCO
Present tie Xost-Tatked-OrFtayln Atatrlea.
The CrTenMrs laiy
Direct From Its Seasoa's Rter at the Hepab
11c Theater. Xtw Tork.
Tickets. 7Sc to KM. at T. Arthur Smith's
Acencr, in Sanders Starmaa's.
ftejcUculjr Production of Shkepere'
Production of Shakespeare's "X
With an AlOSTAR CAST. IncIn4JiC
- FRASK KEKITAJT.
MISS JVTLIK OVr.
c Company of-3WL .
not .ufUflAY ukT. um mmt
Matinee. 0c to 6J9:."Nllit. see to 8.M.
THE WORLD'S GREATEST .REUNITED
Eveafag, 35c to USaZrBtiU-mi i
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I Elsa Rnecsar Oraatast 'Cellist. Acs.
This Week LILLIAK SHAW, the sreat
lmperaoaator; Little Lord Robert, the wotltfa
amaUeat comedian: and Ave other blsacta.
MARDI ORAS CELEBRATION.
10-BIG ACTS-10 .
And 4.000 Feet of Special
Motion Picture FUma.
POLI CONCERT SUNDAY NIGHT.
The Show the Boys Ht BeaaWaltioc Tor.
Headed by ZALLAH-the Karrelooa Daaear
And a Clever Company, la Two Lrrely
FRIDAT NIGHT THE CODyTRY STORE.
Next Week-JARDIN DE PARIS OTRLS.
Two Perfonaaaecs Daily fcy
GORDON & NORTH'S Newest Suocaaa.
The World of Pleasure
WILL FOX tc HARRY MARKS STEWART.
Next Week "The Columbia- Bcrleaqtiara.-
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Tickets lacludlxs; Stateroom a4
Sat. to Mob.. S7.3
FrL to Mob. or Sat. to Toea. 11.38
FrI. to Tne. or Sat. to Wed. 13JSO
NEW TORIC and BOSTON Br SEA
City Ticket Otace. 731 15tk St.
N. W Woodward Bide
NORFOLK A WASHINGTON
Mtfdwitts aai ms 1ms. ft.
Eleven-day trip, peraonally conducted to
Savannah. Jacksonville, and Etv Ausuitlne.
Including tranaportatlon. meala and state
room accommodations on steamer. .hotel ac
commodations, drives, etc. Leave Baltimore
on steamer sailing Monday. February 11th..
Itinerary, reservations, and tickets., etc ad
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