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THE WASHINGTON TIMES FRIDAY, JANUARY 24. 1913.
LACK OF QUORUM
Five Measures, Previously Acted
on By Senate, Are Reported
Twin Sisters in Double Wedding
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too pfcture film or picture Intended for
exhibited here shall be exhibited without
previous submission and approval or the
Commissioners. A $40 fine Is provided
for those who violate the act.
A bill re-incorporating the German tl
Orphan Asylum Association of the Dis
trict. A bill making it a criminal offense If
any person removes and uses -without
the consent of the owner any automo
bile or motor vehicle. This measure is
designed to break np the habit of "Joy
riding-' on the part of those who tem
porarily purloin automobiles owned by
others, a fine of J1.0W or Imprisonments
of five years, or both, is provided.
A bill prohibiting any captain, master,
or owner of a vessel from depositing
dead fish or dead animals of any kind,
condemned oysters, decayed vegetables,
or any kind of filth or trash, in the waters
of the" Potomac river. This measure
also provles that no barge, lighter, or
scow owned, controlled, leased, or em
ployed by the owner or lessee of any
wharf used, for private business, or for
any private purpose, and not used for
public or general wharfage, 'shall be
permitted to He In front ,of or overlap
any adjoinlnsr wharf or Wharves with
out the written consent of the owner
or lessee of such adjoining -wharf or
The terms of the Senate bill abolish
lng hanging in the District are as fol
VSecUon SOI. The punishment. of mur
der in the first degree shall be death
by electrocution. The punishment of
death must. In every case, be Inflicted
by. causing to pass through the body of
the convict a current of electricity of
sufficient intensity to cause death, and
the application of such current must
b continued until such convict is dead.
"The punishment of murder In tr.r
second degree shall be Imprisonment
for life or for not less than twenty years.
In all cases where the accused is found
KUilty cf the crime of murder in the
firat degree the Jury may qualify their
verdict by adding thereto 'without capi
tal punishment, and whenever the Jury
shall return a verdict as aforesaid the
person convicted shall be sentenced to
Imprisonment for life.".
The District of .Columbia House Com.
mlttee having failed" to; report out the
JonesWorks excise. blU.,today, following
the declaration of f Congressman John
eon that he would 'make every effort to
have It so reported, supporters of the
Measure are leaving no stone unturned
,to bring it to the attention of the House
throuah other means this afternoon.
An effort is now being made, to have
Congressman Hobson of Alabama bring
up a motion fn the House this afternoon
to set aside the rules of- the House in
order' -that the motlonnow pending, to.
discharge the bill from "the "committee,
- maybe- taken n-rat once.
.- The action is being taken by represen-
l tattves of the -TV. c T. U., the Anti-
f Saloon League, the Y. M. C A., and
the Epworth .League, and other similar
organizations to force action on the bill
In the House. The bill already has
passed the Senate, but was referred to
the District of Columbia Committee In
the House when It was brought up in
the House last April,
Since that time, the committee has
not had a meeting because there "was
no quorum. Supporters of the bill de
clare that they are being held up In this
matter and that opponents of the meas
ure on the committee are intentionally
preventing consideration of the bill by
falling to have a quorum.
R. L. Holmes, or the Christian En
deavor Union, who Is pushing the meas
ure from the outside, declared today
that Congressman Johnson bad prom
ised to report out the bill In the com
mittee meeting today unless a point of
"no quorum" was raised by some mem
ber present. As the committee was In
executive cession, this could not be
'earned, but Mr. Holmes declared that
action would be taken at once to have
the bill called out of the committee by
Under the method suggested, it is
necessary to have the motion to suspend
the rules passed by a two-thirds ma
jority. If theiblll can be brought out.
It Js declared, it is practically sure of
passage, nearly 90 per cent of the mem
bers having declared in favor of the
Congressmen Johnson of Kentucky.
chairman of the committee: Aiken of
South Carolina. Ro thermal of Penn
sylvania, and O'Shaunessy of Rhode
Island are all said to be In favor of
the bilL Henry George of New York
is opposed to it and Congressman Sul
laway of New Hampshire is supposed
to be against It.
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your sprays, douches, ointments or
snuffs and end the Misery of Catarrh.
Forever rid yourself of hawking, snuf
fling, sneezing and blowing by breathing
over the germ-rid'n membrane the heal
ing germ-kllllng air of HYOMEI (pro
nounce It Hlgh-o-me).
HYOJIEI is a safe and sure treat
ment. It contains no cocaine or other
harmful drugs. It Is made from Au
stralian Eucalyptus and some of the
For catarrh, coughs, colds, sore
throat, croup and all nose and throat
misery- It Is sold on money back If dis
Breathe HYOMEI through the little
Inhaler that comes with each JLOO out
fit. If you own an inhaler you can get
a bottle of HYOMEI for 50 cents Just
breathe it no stomach dosing.
Beside, using the inhaler throughout
the day and for qiuck results, thousands
use the HYOMEI vapor treatment Just
before going to bed.
Thoroughly heat a teacup: then fill
It half full. of boiling hot water. Pour
into the water one-half teaspoonful of
HYOMEL (Vo not stir.) Hold the cup
close to the face and breathe deep In
to the lungs the healing, germ destroy
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The KISSES JOSEPHI NE and SUSIE DAVIS,
Who Weie Harried To Postoffice Employfa.
Army and Navy
Each of the following-named officers re
lieved from assignment to the regi
ment indicated after his name:
First Lieutenant PHILIP H. BAGBY.
First Lieutenant JOHN J. BUBLEIGH.
First Lieutenant JOHN S. UPHAM, in
fantry, from Third Infantry to the
First Lieutenant MATTHEW... H.
Happy all Day lug mi Sleep fine."
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THO.tLINSON. infanto. from monthB aKO, Sne gajd moro and hero lt
Twenty-third Infantry to the Sixth
Captain JOHN S- BATTLE, Eleventh
Infantry, transferred to the Eighth
Infantry. May 1, 1913.
Naval Constructor W. G. GROES
BECK, resignation accepted, to take
, effect March L 1913.
Second Lieutenant J. A. GRAY, de
tached marine baracks, Puset Souna;
"I wish it lay within my power to
persuade every woman sufferer from
dyspepsia or indigestion (or whatever:
they may think .their stomach trouble
Is) to give MI-O-NA-Stomach Tablets
one week's fair trial. J .am sure, that
every one of them would thank me from
the bottom of Jier heartif - v t
"1 am well and happyfor the first
time in years and I do not hesitate to
give MI-O-NAlStomach Tablets all, the
credit." F9II0W this advice: Give Mf-O-NA
Stomach Tablets 4 -week's trial:
If they do not benefit, the cost will be
returned 50 cents.
"Mv wife had been troubled with in
digestion for nearly 10 years. After eat
ing she would always suffer terrible dis
tress. She was sick and weak and not
at New York yard: Hercules, atia' "" w propeny. one iook
Norfolk: Denver, at Acapuico;
Charleston, at Bremerton.
Sailed Des. Moines, from Santo Do
mingo City for Monte Chrlsti; Buf
falo, from Panama for Corinto; Cel
tic, from Boston for Guantanamo.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS.
Arrived Jenkins. Monaghan. Vulcan, at
Guantanamo: aune, lonopan. u-i.
D-2. D-3,'E-1. at unarieston: Morris,
two boxes of MI-O-NA tablets and Is
now perfectly well, and able to do her
work without any distress." F. M.
Brown. R. F. D. No. 75. Tltusvllle, Pa,
James O'Donnell guarantees MI-O-NA
Southeast Corner Fourteenth and G Streets
Capital, $500,000.00 Surplus, $125,000.00
We believe this bank, with its active direc
torate, will prove a valuable connection for any
business house. We offer a banking service of
the highest character.
We invite interviews from firms contem
plating a change in their banking arrangements.
JOHN POOLE, N. H. SHEA,"
President. Vice President.
J. J. DARLINGTON, General Counsel.
'Arthur D. Marks
Frank B. Noyes
Girls of Seventeen Married on
Same Day and Will Live in
' House Together.
OF NAZI PASHA
Hospitals' in Constantinople;
Filled With Wounded, and
Jails With Prisoners.
Born on the same day, never having
been separated, and looking so much
alike that few people can tell them
apart, the Misses Susie and Josephine
Davis, seventeen years old, of 609 C
street northeast, decided that they
should not be separated In marriage I
and yesterday a double wedding, was
performed when tho Rev D. L. Mc
Kenney made Miss ' Susie Davis Mrs.
Charles M. Reed, and ' Miss Josephine
Dacls, Mrs. Kenneth Nuttall.
In order that the close relation be
tween the twin sisters should not be
severed the young couples will live with
Reed's mother and sister at 25 Ninth
Reed and" Nuttall are Postoffice mes
sengers. It was"1 announced by the
brides today that although they would
live with Mrs. Reed for a while, theyj
proposed renting a house and having,
both families live in 'it together This!
plan fits perfectly into the .wishes of
tne Dnaegrooms wno wew roommates
before they became benedicts and who
have been life-long friends.
Steamer. Is Safe.
The Philadelphia steamer Mac, which
sent out "S. O. S." calls for help on
Wednesday night, .off Lookout lightship.
Is today in tow of the revenue cutter
Androscoggin, being taken to Hampton
(Continued from Firat Page.)
posaimlsts believed the worst and op
timists had, little on which to base hope
Officially -lt was admitted that tho
Ituatlon was the gravest. From a semi
official source lt was learned mat tne
foreign offlc believed that Klamll
PashjL ministry was violently ejected
by the Young Turks and not allowed to
resign 'in an orderly manner;
-In Session All Night
The killing of Nazlma Pasha, chief of
staff by Enver Bey, a high .military of
ficer and one of tho young Turk lead
ers, vonflrmed this view. Talat Bey,
who seized the portfolio of minister of
the Interior, accompanied Envor Bey
when the shotsvwere fired- that killed
The Balkan peace delegates,- called to
gether hastily by Dr. Daneff, the Bul
garian, were in session all night and
still were conferring today regarding
the alarming situation. IU.was said that
they probably would defer action until
a consultation of the ambassadors of
tho powers was held at the foreign
"Apparently our only recourse will be
to resume -the war," Dr. Daneff said.
"We will have to acquire by forc
what we hoped to get through peace
able negotiations. I refer to Adrtanople
and the Aegean Islands.
"In view of conditions prevailing to
day, it is a serious question whether
any part of the Turkish governmnt now
could be depended upon to carry out
treaty obligation should any be un
dertaken." The foreign office today received offi
cial confirmation of tho killing of Nadir
Pasha by Knver Bey. The dispatch
from tho British ambassador at Con
stantinople said the aged general lived
a considerable time in a hospital after
he was shot. Two other Turkish of
ficers were killed with him..
Sir Edward Grey called the ambas
sadors together at tho foreign office
and gave them all the information he
had at hand. The, diplomats were In
a grave mood, and it was plain that
they believed they faced a. crisis.
BERLIN, Jan. i. An unconfirmed
dispatch today said that the young
Turks were In possession of the palace
at Constantinople apd that rioting and
pillaging we,re threatened throughout
the Ottoman capital. The dispatch add
ed that all messages, from Constant!-'
nople were rigidly consored.
Enver Bey, held directly responsible
for the killing of Nazlra Pasha, has
been made military commander of Con
stantinople on his own demand by Sul
tan Mohammed V. The young Turks,
now headed by Enver Bey, are those
who led the revolution of 1908 and 1&9
which drove Abdul HamlcTfrom the
throne and set un his brother Moham-
mei as Sultan. Mohammed is said to
be under the domination of Enver Bey
and his followers, and to be willing to
do all they ask.
"The new ministry named by the sultan
union and progress (young-Turks), who
aoutiteaiy tne man vor tne nour in tne
Ottoman empire. He was military at
tache of .the Turkish embassy at Ber
lin, up to the outbreak of the Turkish
Italian war In Tripoli, when he was re
called to command a part of the- army
in Africa. , i
, With Shefket Pasha, the new grand
vizier, Enver Bey was instrumental itf
the organization of the committee of
union and urogrcss (young'Tnrks), who
directly deposed Abdul Hamld and drove
him into Aslastlc exile. . .
The Turkish situation la regarded here
as most menacing; It Is believed cer
tain now that the porte will refuse tq
hand over Adrianople, and that Inter
vention Toy the powers is bound- to re
sult Even then, with the Turkish mili
tary party, dominant, Europe might find
it difficult to enforce her demands on
the Ottoman' without recourse' to arms.
ana inm nilgai precipitate disastrous
and unlooked for consequences.
"The Turk now stands with a torch
in a' powder magazine and there will
be wild work elsewhere than on the
Chatalja lines if prompt measures are
not taken to restrain him," is the way
one of the leading continental newspa
pers expressed the situation.
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To make room for our large
spring stock' we have decided to
cut another Slice off our .always
prevailing low prices.
A Big Assortment of
Women's High-Grade! Sample
Shoes and Oxfords
From the World's
$3.50 to $6 Values
EVENING SLIPPERS TO MATCH YOUR GOWNS
Boston Sample Shoe Parlor, Inc.
7th and D Sts. N. W. Entrance on 7th St.
Second Floor Over Harris' Jewelry Store
Tno Elevator and Stairs. Entrance Between Lannun'a and Woolnorth 5 and 10 Cents Stores.
Byron S. Adams
Walter A. Brown
John H. Clapp
J. J. Darlington
Ralph W. Lee
Wilton J. Lambert
John L. Newbold
Clarence B. Rheem
N. H. Shea
Use the Classified Col
umns of The Washing
ton Times and get
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I 406 and 408 B St. N. E. I
M One of the Best and Most Con- I
M venient Locations on Capitol Hill M
Wk six Rooms and Bath. Holland Window Shade?. jM
M Parquetry Flooring. Kxtra Larse Closets. H
A Electric Lights. Mirror Doors. mt
A Parkins. , ' Kt
m. Double Porches. 7 by 16. PnvcU Streets and Side- W
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OFFICES: 1314 F Street N. W. ana 7th and H Streets N. .
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Inventory Tfiae b rfcar at rlaid-
Every Stock Most Be ReAKeJ
Take Advantage of These -WonderfoJ
Extraordinary Value. Offered m
We have arranged a special' sale of Raincoats prior to our
inventory that so far surpasses any previous sale of its kind that
we should sell every raincoat hi the lTMeBtBrrow.- - -
rcrificed for $1,250
Women's .and Misses' Rate-
$3,000 Worth to Be
Women's and Misses' Rain
coats, -worth up to $10.00.
coatB, wsrtb up, to $20.00,
2,000 Women's Fine White
Lingerie Waists : -Style
of Sormr, 1913 '
Women's Waists, worth up to-$3XX), at..;.v.,..V5IA.$l.ii
Women's Waists, worth up to$4.00 ano $576fcit7.,..$2M
Women's Waists, worth up' to $6.00 and $7.00, at .$3,84
Robespierre 'Collars, hlrh and
low styles. All shades. Worth OfT,
50c each. Special, each WOV
Sleeveless Guimpes made at
shadow and plain nets- whit aad
cream. Regular 50c values. QCj
Special one day. each ttOVt
Guimpes, high neck and lOz
sleeves; white, cream and black.
All sizes. Regular fVSS val- IJQm
ues. Special, one day, each.. ,ISJv
1 lot of Ruffling, shadow, and
plain nets; white only. Sold reRUr
larly at 35c and 36c yard. "I j
Special, one d.ay, yard JLwv
1 lot of Neckwear. Jabots and
Collars and Jabots attached. Sold
regularly at 50c to $1.00. 9Kj
Clearance price, each tJ
Pwlnraattwj Sale ef
y ,-'- -
25c awl 35c HoaWy, ISc
Odd (.sizes, -in Ladles ; Coittm
Fleece and Woolen 3tBW.iisaW-
ole and spliced; heel. Xc TL,;
and 35c values, at
Women's Fine Lisle HH, wtik
double sole, spliced keel d-jtar-
ter tops. 50c kind. Special ;9Ka
3 VUra fr$.9! "'v ,
'WoBien'a Purs sine Hs.., with
double sole; spliced al sum mt
ter ten. All tae -wsatted'kaa,
KxtraordlBary valass S1 lAA
' Women's Pure SHk Hack Hose,
beautifully embroidered l colarrV
double, sole, high spliced keel. B-i-eellen
fquaUty. $3.) ! fC
vsjues, at. ........ w
1 New Jewelry
Ostrich and Marabout Salr Or
, naments 25c
Flexible White Stone Studded
AUuminum Braid Pins, stone.set,
$1.50 Lavalliers. new effects 98c
Gold-plated Link Buttons 4fto
Gold Top'Backlfr DoslgJ Collar
Pins, pair .:.......... .....J
Cut Steel Slipper Buckles, pair 54c.
U.-25 .Mounted SkeU BokCo Me
25c Long Bead Chains' ...........lti,
.Black Silk Sautoir Ckates, with
Boys' Clothing Sacrificed
In order to reduce our stock of Boys' Clothing before ven.
tory prices have been cut to the quick. Tomorrow we will offer
Boys' Double-Breaited Suits, O QO
Worth $4.50 at ..... . 90r
A number of different stales and materials; all sizes in the lot
$6.00 and $8.00 Suits at $3.69
All-wool materials; sizes-7 to 17; a number of pretty styles
and materials: also our entire line of Overcoats.
All our $4.00 Juvenile and Long Overcoats $12 9
All our $6.00 Juvenile and Long Overcoats t $39o
Storm Cap given with every Suit or Overcoat purchased during
$5.00 Messaline and Taffeta CO QO
Sflk Petticoats .... P'0
Black and Colors.
These skirts are made of excellent quality silk, fn all the
wanted colors and black. Some are finished with a 12-inch flounce
with pleatings; others with tailored flounce; all have percaline
underflounce; lengths 38 to 42. An excellent value at ttl QO
the regular price. Only 150 in the lot. They will go fast atS "Q
$1.98 Gingham and Cham-
bray Houae Uressea,
Splendid Quality Gingham, in
blue and white checks, also plain
blue chambray. Round neck. Jt
eleeve. Neatly trimmed with plain
and chpek gingham piped with
TAhltc. Sizes 34 to 42. Regular
S1.9S value. rre-lnventory1 A A
$3.68 and $1.50 Mendel's
Splendid Quality Flannelette, in
navy, black and gray; neat tailor
ed styles. High turnover collar.
Sizes 36 to 46. Regular $1.68 and
$1.50 values. Pre-Inventory QOgt
Toilets in a Special Sale
4 Cakes Fairy Soap for 10c
' Only 4 to a Customer.
Guaranteed White Rubber Nasal
De Vllblss Throat Atomizers. ..50c
Flexible Steel Nail FUes 8c
Guaranteed Bristle Tooth
25c Theater Rouse, No. IS. box.. ..10c
Wrlsley" Elderflower Soap, 3 or..l0c
Oranrje Sticks. 3 for 5c
Palm Olive Soap. 3 for 25c
Physicians and Surgeons Soap.
OSc White Rubber Fountain
Syringe . 69c
Sanltol Tooth Wash. S for 55c
Lansbursh's Peroxide Cold
La Relne Extracts, all odors.
25c Manicure Outfits, boxed 19c
LIsterlne, bottle 15c
Unbreakable Combs ..i 10c
Women's-Wool Vests, Worth Up to $1.50, at 29c.
Odds and ends of Women's Wool Vests: high neck, long and
short sleeves, in gray and black only. Values up to J 1.50. Special 9Qr
for one day only ,... uww
Women's Heavy-weight Corset
Odds and .ends of Children's:
Fleece-lined Combination Suits,
high neck, long sleeve, anklo
length. Sizes from 2 to 6. 29c
value. Special for one lOlfap
Covers, high neck.; long sleeve,
tape around waist line. 50c OQa
value. Special ..J. 3C
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