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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, EEBRUAKY 1, 1913.
WOMEN IN ROLES
;niOF LAWMAKERS AT
:' CLUB BREAKFAST
"Record" at Congressional Or
ganization Feast Devoted to
n Investigation of ihe "Steal" tr.'sl,
the Impeachment of the parlor car com
panies, women's ruffi-ace, ami otli-r
clever Krintls. marked the miniature j
eJItlon of the ConsrDRIonal Kcco'ul.
distributed at tudaj's annual breakfast
of the Congressional Club at noon at
One chapter of the Record is detottd
-to the "message of the president of the
Congressional Club concerning every
thing under the sun." The trust of
friendship Is the only combination rec
7 ognlzed by the club presiaenc, who de
" vlarcs Tierself strongly for suffrage for
the women, "bread winner and. bread
Everything from the comments of
women members on the chances of a
new Kaster bonnef withstanding March
gales to'the ''-'Gold Dust Twins" as ar
guments in the' Money trust Investiga
tion mark, the 'Record.
The-tariff program, as given by Mrs.
Borland wife' -of Congressman Borland
of 'Missouri is; "Life's good things
shall bear no "tax: smiles .and laughter
pay jjo dues?' nil-generous "deeds shall!
use,' - . ,
Shapes of women, styles of hats, "and
SJmiIar"opics come In for a part in
the alleged quotations of the Congress-
rj w.omen in the extraordinary session.
Th"e guests were:
Mrs. F. L- lackmon, Mrs. S. Hubert
Dent, jr., -Mrs. Carl Ilayden, Mrs. Ben
- CrsAns.'Mrs: W. A. Oldfleld. Mrs. E. A.
Hayes. Miss Hayes, Mrs. Phyllis Hayes.
Mrs. Julius Kahn. Mrs. Joseph Nolan,
Mrs. James C Xeedham. Mrs. John C
Raker, Mrs. William X. Stephens. Miss
Barbara Stephens, Mrs. John D. Works,
Mrs. E. T. Ta lor. Mrs. E. J. Hill, Miss
" Clara.HIH, Miss Elsie Hill, Mrs. Thomas
L. Rellly, Mrs. H. A. Richardson. .Mrs.
G. Adams, "Mrs. V. E. Andrews. Mrs.
George Barnard. Mrs. Perry Belmont,
Miss Mabel Boardrnan. Mrs. Z. T. Car
penter, Mrs. A demons, Mrs. Judson
Clements, Miss Claudlne Clements, Mrs.
Fred Dennett. Mrs. Stephen Elkins.
Mrs. W. A. Gaddes. Mrs. Russell
Goodwin. Mrs. T. J. Kent. Mrs. M. A.
Knapp, Mrs. L. C. . Laylen. Mrs. lie
Chord, Mrs. Charles C Nagel. Mr.
James H. Patten. Mrs. R. R. Raoley.
Mrs. James D. Scott, Mrs. Seth Shepard,'
Mrs. Howard Keeside. Mrs. A.
Roach, Mrs. M. I. Tucker, Miss Mary
Wilcox, Mrs. U. P. Bryan, Mrs. D. II.
J'letcher. Miss Nell Fletcher, Mrs. C. U
Bartlett. Mrs. C G Edwards. Mrs. O.
JL Hughes. Jlrs. Dan Hughefc. Mias
Hughes, Mrs. Gordon Lee. Mrs. Fred T.
Dubois. Mrs. Ira C Copley, Mrs. Lvn
den Evans. Mrs. J. T. IfcDermott. Mrs.
C U. Stone, Mrs. E. B. Crumpacker.
Mrs. W. A. Cullop. Mrs. James W.
- Good. Mrr. W. S. Kenyon. Mrs. S. F.
- Trouty. Miss K Frouty. Miss F. Prouty.
Mrs-, H. M- Towner, Mrs. D. R. An
Mrs. Victor Murdock, Mrs. J. C Can-
trill. Mrs. John W. Langley. Mrs. A. B.
T Rouse, ilrs-rank "H Brtggs. 2Irs. S.
E. GuernsejV"-Mrs. McGIIIIcuddr. "Mrs.
Charles F. .Johnson. Mrs., J. H.Covlng-
ton, ilra. J. Charles l.inthlcum, Mrs.
W. Murray Crane, Alra ' William F.
Murray. Mrs. A. J. Peters, Mrs,. E. W.
Roberts. Mrs. J. -V- Fair. Mrs. E. F.
Sweet, Mrs. Charles E. Townsend. Mrs.
Henry Seymour. Airs. Charles R. Davis.
Mr?.' F C' Stevens, Mrs. A. J. Volstead.
Mrs. John Sharp Williams. Mrs. J.
" Aleandfr. Sirs. W. P. Borland. Mrs.
Champ Clark. Mrs. James Dougherty,
", Miss' Lula Dougherty. Mrs. James T.
LIpd, Miss Ethel Lloyd, Mrs. Thomas
Rubey, Mrs. Joseph J. Russell, Miss
Virginia Brown. Mrs. X. W. Shackle
ford. Miss Agnes Sbackleford, Mrs.
Joseph Dixon, Mrs. W. W. Dixon, Mrs.
H. L. Myers, Mrs. Charles M. Pray.
FILES CURED I" TO 14 1)AV.
Tour drcsrist will rrfunl money If PAZf
OlMmrnt fails to cun Helling. Blind. Bleed
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Howell. Mrs. Eugene Klnkcad. Mrs.
James E. Mai tine. Mrs. Thomas J.
Scully. Miss Wood. Mrs. William Calder.
Mrs. M 10. DriscoII.
Mrs. John W. Dwight. Mrs. George
W. Falnhlld. Mrs. Charles B. Smith.
Mrs. E. S. Underbill. Mrs. Luther W.
Mott. Mrs. J. M. Gudger, jr.. Mrs. It
X Page, Mrs. A. J. Gronna, Mrs. Por
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ber. Mis. E. R. Bathriclc. Mrs. H. C
Clajpool. Mrs. Watthew Denver. .Mrs.
W. B. Francis, Mrs. A. Pomerene, Mrs.
W. G Sharp. Mrs. E. L. Taylor. Mrs.
Thomas P. Gore. Mrs. D. 1. Morgan,
Mrs. A. J. Barchfeld, Miss Helene
Barchfeld. Mrs. Thomas Crago. Mrs.
C A. Gregg. Mrs. A. Mitchell Palmer,
Mrs. S. G. Porter. Mrs. George F.
O'Shaunessy, Mrs. B. E. Flnley. Miss
Frances G. Flnlo, Mrs. R. W. Austin,
Mrs. Joseph W. Byrnes, Mrs. F. J.
Garrett. M"rs. A. C. Houston. Mrs. U P.
Padgett. Mrs. F. W. Sims, Miss Greta
Bristow, Mrs. A. Galloway. Mrs. John
Garner. Mrs. R. Hardy, Mrs. William
K. Smith. Mrs. J. H. Stephens. Mrs.
Morris Sheppard. Mrs. Joseph Howell.
Mrs. Reed Smoot, Mrs. Carroll S. Page,
Miss Alice Page. Mrs. Charles C. Car
lin. Miss Janie Slemp, Mrs. Claude A.
Swanson. Mrs. W. E. Humohrey. Mrs.
S. Warburton. Mrs. M. E. Burke, S'rs.
H. A- Cooper, Mrs. I. Lenroot, Mrs.
PAY IENT OF FINES
Suffragettes Resent Action
Which Cheats Them Out of
LONDON. Feb. li "Js'a woman sent
to Jail for suffragette, law- breaking
compelled t accept th? payment of, a
lash fine by some total stranger, ever,
when she wants to go.to prison?" That
Is ,th? question now agitating the Brit
ish "Bashi-Bazouk-Esses." and It be
pme known today that Mrs. Emmeline
PAnkhurst. Mrs. Despard. and "Gen
eral" Drummond have consulted eminent
King's counsel barristers to ueciue tnc
It was a part of the cherished plan
& the militants, when Prtmler Asquitli
withdrew the governments rrancniso
cforni bill in tne v-orarauiB, iu urcun.
. nnnirh lntci, to All the Jails of England
with wcrr.on martyrs who -would indulge
in hunger strikes ana oinerwipe soucil
the sxmpsthy of the public In three in
stances those of Mrs. Te?pard. "Gen
eraV Jones, u:d . the actress "Jackey"
Melford. the women ha-e been check
mated bv unsympathetic men. who. de
spite tlieh-. protests, paid their cash
lines Imposed by Bow street.
Todav the militants kept up their mo,
toi b.is catapulting' mid letter-box at-'
back were reported from all over the
cily. Every goir course In Great Britain
was under vigilant guard to prevent a
repetition of the suffragettes' perform
ances at Birmingham, where three links
were mutillated. tho putting greens
being ruined with spades, and corrosive
Mrs. Rogers to Talk
In Suffrage Fight
. Afr Mil Is
Mrs John Roters. ir.. sister of Mrs.
Stlmbon, held an open air meeting
in the cause of "votes for women. In
front of the Mills building. Pennsyl
vania avenue and Seventeenth street, at
noon. Mrs. Rogers" was one of the
prominent women suffragists during the
campaign in California last summer,
and recently in Ohio.
OdhrO MMtOMO QUfat,"tk b
LxUv Broo Qjfafcw
i COM Hi OatDay.Gr M 3 Dy
Inspect these houses today.
Open, lighted and heated until
9 p. m. Only S300 cash and bal
ance like rent The homes with
big lots. Room for stable, gar
age and garden. Don't delay.
Inspect today. 6, 7 and 8 rooms.
406 B st. n.e ?.$4,975
603 K st. n.e $4,250
1357 B st. s.e $4,250
5801 Colorado ave. n.w.. $4,000
739 12th st. s.e $3,500
1350 S. C. ave. s.e 53,475
1218 Fla. ave. n.e. $3,475
If you are now paying $25 or
more rent don't hesitate to see
us, and we will show you how to
save Yi that amount toward your
own home. Cut this ad out and
call at any of our sample houses
or either of our offices and use
our free auto service.
7th AND H ST3.N .
JSrfJ'iB? fertyjjtv .
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Authorities Charge Her With
Helping to Cut Down
(Continued from First Page.)
for a'permit to cutithe tree down, but
hud done so on her own Initiative with
out consulting the District officials.
Pays Workmen's Fines.
After the 'ourt had pronounced sen
tence Mrs. Henderson accompanied the
two workmen to the office of the finan
cial clerk of the court and paid their
fires. She then ordered the men to go
to their respecUve places in her employ
and left the court building in her ma
"I am tired of the notoriety of the
vhole thing." said Mrs. Henderson as
she entered her limousine, "I will not
discuss the matter."
Hardly had the news of the court's
declaration and action been learned at
the District building when orders were
Ifcfcued by Corporation Counsel Thomas
to issue a warrant summoning Airs.
Hendeicn to appear In Police Court
and answer a charge of cutting the
tree 'down without a permit.
"Up to this time we did not have suf
ficient evidence to convict Mrs. Hen
derson of the violation of the law In
cutting the sycamore down,' said. Cor
poration Counsel Thomas, when asked
why tho warrant for the socletj
woman was issued at this late date.
Hear She Held Rope.
"We had no evidence which showed
that she actually participated in cutting
down the tree. Now we learn that she;
held the rope and In other ways con-
iriDuieo. materially in razing tne syca
more, and consequently have ordered a
warrant charging her 'with the offense,"
Assistant Corporation Counsel Will
iams, prosecutor for the District at the
Police Court, has Issued a warrant to
Bicycle Policeman J. H. Davis, of the
Tenth precinct. Whether the warrant
will be served on Mrs. Henderson today
AVE.- -. CPU
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(1) Location of
the n,Wi "High
(Dotted lines one
square each side
of the "High
View" homes indi
cate street car
(t) Location of
5.500 to J5.SC0
(3) Location of
J6,iW to J10.00
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To Get to High View
phone Main 2345 for our FREE Auto Service
or take a North Capitol Street Car marked
"Brookland" or "North Capitol and VV Streets,"
get off at Rhode Island avenue, and walk one
square east on You Street (Rhode Island Avenue
and You Street cross at North Capitol).
- " - -
nr not could not he learned at the po
lice precinct this afternoon.
Thomas Explains Stand.
Corporation Counsel Thomas said his
order that a warant be issued went to
the Police Court early this morning.
"It was on my suggestion that the
Commissioners at first decided ro: to
ask for the issuance of a "warrant for
Mrs. Henderson, but to request that
warrants be issued for the two axmeii,"
he said. "Later I made a Xullcr inves
tigation into the facts and was Informed
that Mrs. Henderson assisted in the
operation by taking hold of the rop
If this is true she is equally culpable
with the men. I did not think at first
there was sufficient evidence jpon
which to convict Mrs. Henderson, my
understanding being that she had mere
ly ordered the tree removed. Tin- Qis
covery of additional evidence changes
my opinion In this regard."
Mrs. Henderson denies that she defied
the Government In regard to cutting;
down the tree in front of her home,
"When I thought over what I had
done I realized that I had done wrong,
and yesterday I went to the office of
the district attorney, of my own ac
cord, and told him that I alone was
responsible for what had been done
and would stand tho consequences. He J
torn me mat tne uovernment naa a
great deal of trouble with people who
wanted to cut down threes for' various
reasons and that the case could not be
"He cited a case of a man with a store
in front of which were several trees
which he wanted to cut down because
they obstructed the view of his' signs
"I was given to understand that the
men v ho really cut down the trees
would be fined in Police Court,-and that
as I would pay the fine; the matter
would be dropped. I paid fines for the
two men amounUng to 150 this morning,
and I think the matter is closed.
"When I decided to cut ilnnn tli in.
I thought I should be allowed some.dls- '
crcuon in sucn a matter, Because, for
several years I have employed two men
and a wagon for the purpose of clean
ing the streets in this section. A great
deal of trash and dead limbs gather on
"The tree, which was pearly dead, had
been an eyesore for two years and
failed utterly of the purpose for which
It was planted, that of beautifying the
street. I therefore, decided that It should
be cut down. I should have got a permit
trotn the government, but did not think
"The realization that the police of
ficers who failed to arrest the men who
cut down the tree, might get into
trouble, and the knowledge that I had
made a mistake in cutting down the
tree without a permit, caused me to
make the voluntary trip to the office of
the District Attorney, confess, and stand
what punishment should be Inflicted."
This Is a Time for Action Delay
Have you taken the trouble (?) if it can be called
"trouble" for a person to take the time to inspect the homes
that will turn their present RENT EXPENSE into a
Have you fully realized that you can really and truly
buy one of these homes with the money you are wasting
for rent buy it on terms like this:
HIKE TODAY IN TEST
Lord Percy Eustace Is One of
Men Examining Boys Who
Aspire to Second Class.
Four troops of Boy Scouts under the
supervision of Scoutmasters Lord Eus
tace Percy, T. R. PIrtle. J. V. Hyde,
and Vernon Bailey, and Assistant Scout
Commissioner Wood, started out early
today on a hike, during which tests for
tTcond ,class scouts wlll'be glvn. The
four troops will assemble at Cabin John
Bridge and from there will hike to
The tests given will include wood
craft, fire-craft, and first aid to the In
jured examinations. For the fire-craft
test, a hole will be scooped out qt a
dead, log and the boys will be required
to make fires in this hole without tho
aid of anything except what may be
ricked up near the log and their fire
Assistant Scout Commissioner Wood
last night gave eleven members of
Troop 4( an examination on first' a la
to the Injured In Bethesda Church. The
bandaging of broken limbs, stopping of
hUodlne. and nuestlons as to What to
do In case of accident formed the exami
nation. All of the eleven passed tno
Morgan to Lecture
On L'Enfant in War
"L'Enfant In the Revolution" will be
the subject of an address by D,r. Wil
liam Dudley Morgan berorj,' the L'En
fant ( chapter of the Daughters of the
American Revolution at the "Washing
ton Club, 1710 I street northwest
Thursday ovcnlng, February 6. This ad
dress' will be followed by one by Glenn
Brown, secretary of the American In
stitute of Architects, on "L'Enfant's
Plan for the Development of Washlns
ton.'' You Seen
at High View
Purchase Price of $3,400 Is Paid
New High View Homes are a marked improvement on an improved home,
a. home that up to the time of its construction had never been anywhere
equaled in value at the price. The fact that 46 of them sold while building
without any advertising speaks volumes.
Some of the improved features to be found in these new homes arc a greater
area of usable floor space throughout the entire house. This additional area of usable
space is particularly noticeable in the kitchen and the double closet capacity given to the
second floor. The fact that one of the bedrooms communicates directly with the bath
room and that each bedroom communicates with the adjoining chamber, in addition to
doors that lead directly into the second-story hall, adds greatly to the desirability of the
home. This additional space also permits of an unusually large linen closet on the sec
And the value of the home itself is greatly enhanced by the location convenient
to the city's business and shopping center (as near as Dupont Circle), 171 feet above
Penn. Ave., and surrounded by more expensive homes.
713 14th St.
Washington Man Cjiarges Wife
With, Bigamy in; Marrying
Him Second Time.
Wit) the dismissal of the bill for
maintenance tiled by Mrs. Ella Mercer
Franklin against Elwood C. Franklin
by Justice Barnard in Equity Court
No. 1, today, the husband Instituted
habeas corpus proceedings to get pos
session of his seven-year-old daugh
ter. Justice Wright in Circuit Court fo.
t, granted the vrlt of habeas corpuj
and .set the hearing or next Tuesday.
It 'developed that Mro. Fran 141 n s
matrimonial troubles are Uadly ta.iglea
as a" result of the rapidity with whlcli
i she has Jumped from tho alar to 'the
divorce courts. -
Mrs. Franklin was married to frank
lin June n, 190S, and obtained a di
vorce from him In the' Jfevada courts
on May 14, 1311. Two "days later she
was married-to Roland .S. Gielow, only
to be divorced from him on March 4,
lost Returning to Washington, she re
married Franklin on July, A. 'last; and
in December again sought the aid of
It was charged by Franklin that his
wife was not. absolutely divorced from
Gielow, as It was an Interlocutory de
cree, which "was granted her by the
California courts, and that the divorce
would not be valid unUl "March 4, next
He alleged that his former wife com
mitted bigamy by remarrying him.
In his answer to Mrs. Franklin's, pe
tition', Franklin charged that before
she went to Nevada, he "caught the
said plaintiff and the said Gielow in
each, others' arms, huggfcig and kiss
ing each 'other."
As an exhibit he produced the copy of
an insurance policy for $3,000 made out
by Gielow "to his finance, "Ella M
Franklln." The date of the policy was
before the Franklins were divprced. An
other exhibit was an agreement of sep
aration executed before Mrs. Franklin
obtained her Nevada divorce and pro
vided that Franklin should have cus
tody of his daughter.
and Some One Else Will
After the First Cash
Payment of $200
SHANNON & LUCHS
Cleveland Man 'Successful Bid
vder for ?Work Many Made
Contracts for the -erection of grand
stands, on Sherman square for the suf
fragette pageant were let 'today to
P. A. McIIugh, st Cleveland, and Wil
liam S. Riley, who also has the con
tract for erecting stands along Penn
sylvania avenue for the inaugural pa
raCe. Tho Sherman square standwil
contain space for 3.C00 people. Boxes
will be reserved for President-elect
Wilson and Mrs. Wilson, and members
of their family: President and Mrs.
T&ft "and a number of Government of-
nciais. apeciat seats will be reserved
In this section for representatives of
The contracts signed todav Include al
so the use of stands on Pennsylvania
avenue from which one-third of the pro
ceeds for the sale of seats will be paid
to the women.
The business.completed todav ends-negotiations
covering nearly two weeks,
and during which bids were received
from more than a score of contractors.
Airs. EHtm Spencer "Muaiey,. Mrs. jen
ness Miller and Senator Sutherland
'composed the-committee for the women
which carried on the- negotiations.
Clothiers to Be in
New Store Next Week
Friedlander Brothers, who for the
past quarter of a" century have oc
cupied a store at Ninth and E streets
win move into their new store Just
across the street next week. The nuir
store, has been fitted out handsome!?
and an "entirely new stock will be at.
sale from the first day of opening: The
new" establishment is In one of the
most convenient locations for shoppers
The new quarters of the clothing firm
have been enetfrely remodeled to wit
the needs of a men's and boys cloth
ing; store. The fixtures and furnish
ings oC'the new store do credit to the
members of the firm.
Own the Home Yon Shosld Occipy
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you had your last Hre.
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Anything to-Touch It. Cutfcwa
Soap and Ointment Cured.
Route No. 1, Box 59. MuWooo. Tex. -"aty
sister bad a -sole otthetVikk between
her shoulders. ItgottobeabusskBota-id
was red and"angry all around it. It burned
and Itched and hurt her so sheceaid not rest
day or night. It got o bd we had to est
out her clothes In the back. SfaeeeuldBet
stand iaythlng to touch it. It grew to be
as largo as bird's egz SSe w IntWa fee
a month, getttsg- worse all the tee. """fe
thought it was a cancer. A Mead Mid is we
Cutkrara Sosp.asd OteUaeat. ,We wrwtied
ttcmole wita tbePnticMn Ssa-"4aBeia4es
It irlta tho CtatfaC)tetBMBtl"eMa- s
day- Cuticura Sop,aad .Ofar-nant cured
"My cousin had scald bead: Jtwa a
yellow scab all oxer Jrifl luad wfcieh-Kefced
all. the time. All of Ws hair case oat. It
looked just Ukefcfchad wetr&ta head and roSed
It la meal braa, it wa a-atjireX Hewsald
keep his head tled'up-to keep akyoae from
.seeing It. Hia wfaotoeap--iria a aoHd see.
He- was ashamed to"'o-a7WBef--rUsked
looked so badly We- rec-mzaeaded Ctate-
Soap aad rOtetB2t, a ttiey aurv'tlH-a a
well and be bad a OnBjbeaothirr Our
two babies' heads feeolM oat te' Ut-J-ew
bBkters aad taea awde erBs.-'ire ts-Jedwr-eral
reaedlfs. thea we sot Cuew- SeWaBd"
Olatae-at-and need thesa twice-' dyed'
In two weeks they were souad sad jnH."
Sned)-Mrs. Lfflte Parker, Oct. 7. 1912.
CS?tlcnr Soap 23c. and CBtle--r0iw-8t
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each mailed free, with 33-p. SUB Seek. Ad- .
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