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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1913.
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Trio Agreed to-"Fix" Victim for
S50 Each, and Then Shot
(Continued from First Pase.)
Here is where Wlldhaber' s Brim re
( 'al comes in. "Kid Dynamite" ac
tuated Wildhabcr. the latter says, in
'e Uuffnlo Cafe, at 2 Jones street, on
nursday niRlit, asklnjr hira If he want
d to malte J50. He explains that lie
nd a "speaking acquaintance" with
"Kid Dynamite" Upholds Plot
"Sure thing." chirped Wlldhaber.
"Kid Dynamite" unfolded the plot by
hich Burke was to be "done up," as
e expressed, so that he would have to
o to a hospital.
"We've got to 'Six' him so he won't
able to get out on Monday night
(mt's the point, seer' explained "Kid
V.'ildhaber "saw" the point, he said,
nd asked what he was to do. "Kid
ynamitc" turned to "Big Slim." who
ood sipping a glass of beer, and,
rking hi3 thumb at "Big Slim," ob
erved. "He's in it, too. We three are to go
Jersey City and nail our man In a
aloon. You're to use brass knuckles
i him, "Big Slim is to jump in and
lp you knock him and, if anything
rns up. I'm to use my gun. It's easy,
Wlldhaber confessed, in his talc to
c police, that it looked "too easy"
r the money that wan In it.
Rehearse the Tragedy.
To make sure there would be no mis-
'nderstanding of the parts these actors
ere to play In the tragedy "Kid
ivnamite" nut them through their
oles. Wlldhaber fastened a pair of
nucklcs oer his hand. "Big Sl.lm"
'ood by, and "Kid Dynamite" Imper
onated the victim of the mythical at-
"Kid Dynamite" allowed Wlldhaber
o tap him on the hand with the brass
nuckles and "Big Slim promptly
umped In as though .to scatter an on
"Fine, fine," ejaculated "Kid Dyna-
nlte" when the pantomlne was over.
'We're all right. Now we'll be here
omorrow night and go to Jersey and
irn the trick. It's fifty for each of
Before 7 o'clock Friday night the
io went to Jersey City In the "tube."
retting off at therGrove streefstat'o.
""he murder followed soon afterward.
District D. A. R. Regent
Condemns Turkey Trot'
District chapter regents of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolutlpn differ
somewhat on the reception to be ac
corded the movement launched by an
Ohio chapter to have the "turkey-trot"
abolished. Most of the chapter regents
ondesnn the "turkey-trot" but no: all
btlleVc that It is proper for U chap
ters to undertake the work of abolish -
ng It and not all believe that much
will be achieved if the attempt is iwal.
Mrs. Mary Loclrwood. state regent fT
he District, said today:
"Whether the. local Daughters can ff
fccl much if fhey fall in line. titi the
Jhloans Is doubtful, but It "is not Coubi
ftil that the 'turkey-trot, as it is now
danced here in the National Capital is
"It would be desirable if we could
have a standard of dancing such as is
t In Spain by a great ma.tre de ballet.
f such a standard were set and n-
'oreed somehow In this country', there
i.uld be u.i end of tnehe moui-m in-
Customs Court Will
PLOT TO MURDER
Decide Maximum DutyjSaysFami,y can
, ! Live on $15 a Week
The United states Customs Court has j ""' "" ,w ww"
decided that the Secretary of the I
Treasury has not lawfully the power BOSTON, Feb. 2. Putting Into prac
i,b,rti, rn.iPri i. timt nrriclal. of tice his ideas of what a man should
determining the maximum duty to be
assessed against any given imports, un
der the tariff law. When an importer,
says the court, protests that higher
rate of duly ought to be charged, the
Ihsue murft be brought to trial
the customs court.
Heretofore it lias been the custom for
th customs collector to confers judg
ment before, the board of general ap
praisers and this ended the matter in
favor of the dut as set by the assessor.
Best and Most Improved Methods
For Examination of the Eye
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NAME BOOKS FOR
Monsignor Russell, .pector of St. Patrick's and Archdeacon Wil
liams, of the Episcopal Church, Compile Lists for
Seaosn of Self-Denial.
With. the Lenten season opening next
Wednesday, the pastors of Washington
have prepared lists of books for those
who wish to attune their minds with
the spirit of the season and seek the
solace of the great lights of the church
while the rigors of penitential self
denial are decreed for their conduct.
IJsts by M'gr. William T. Buss!!,
rector of St. Patrick's Church, and by
Archdeacon Richard P. Williams, of the
Kplscopal Church, have been 'compiled
at the .request of Librarian Bowerman,
of the Public Library. They have been
placed on open shelves, and will remain
their until after Easter, for either the
rambling or the . extended perusal of
Included In Mgr. Russell's list are
"The Beginnings of Christianity," by
Monsignor Russell's List.
St. Augustine, "Citjvof God:" R. II.
Benson. "Christ In the Church" and
"Friendship of Christ;" Rev. J. A.
Burns. '.'Growth and Development of
Chatollc. School System in the" United
States';" Victor Cathre'ln. "Socialism:"
Thomas Dwlght, "Thoughts, of a Catho
lic Anatomist;" Walter Elliott, "Jesus
Crucified;" Francois Fenalon. "Coun
sels to Those Living In the World:" C
H. Fouard. "Christ, the Son or God."
James Cardinal Gibbons, ."Discourses
and Sermons ;" Holy Bible, "Douay Ver
sion:" Helnrlch von Hurter, "Beauty
and Truth of the Catholic Church:"
St. Ignatius, "Manresa, or Spiritual Ex
ercises;" W. E. Baron von Ketteler.
"Christian Social Reform;" Emlle Le
Camus, "Life of Christ;" H. E. Cardi
nal Manning. "Blessed Sacrament,' and
"Temporal Mission of the Holy Ghost;"
T. W. Marshall. "Christian Missions;"
B. W. Maturin, "Self Knowledge and
Self Discipline;" Albert von Ruvlllc,
"Back to Holy Church : . J. A. Kyan,
"Living Wage:" T. J. Shahan, "Begin
nings of Christianity." St. Teresa.
T.ir. Maxims. Foundations:" Thomas
a-Kempis, "Imitation of Christ:" W. P.
-waru, ijiie 01 ttruiiuu iiciiii, ...
p s. Wiseman. "Sermons on Our Lord
and His Blessed Mother."
Dr. Johnson Retires From Active
Service in Medical. Schoolof
Dr. Bobert Taber Johnson retired
from active sen-ice on the teaching
staff of Georgetown university last
week. He has been connected with the
medical achdorsftice 1ST, and has been
a member of the medical faculty since
1876. The rector and dlrectors-of the'
university entertained ' Dr. Johnson at
a farewell dinner.
The Archaeological Society, r philologi
cal Society, the society of Biblical Lit
erature, and the Washington Archaeo
logical Society visited Georgetown Uni
versity recently to inspect the material
of interest to them in the RIggs Mem
earn. Mayor ntzgerald expects to raise
tne salary of 3,000 city laborers within
a month to $15 per week.
The mayor believes that a careful
young man can get married on $15 a
before' week- but Joes not thln!i the venture
.should be taken. He says he is only
preaching wliat he practiced.
"I was married on a slender Income
and I have never had cause to regret
it," lie says.
Kahfi's Special Rlfocal Lenses
"One pair to icc near and far."
Made of finest quality French
$5.00 Solid Golo
with finest French
Mgr. T. J. Shahan. rector of Catholic
University: and "Jesus Crucified," by
the Rev. Walter Klllott. Paulist priest,
who succeeded the late Rev. A. P.
Dovlc as head of the Apostolic Mission
House. Cardinal Gibbons is represented
by "Sermons and Discourses." and the
Rev. J. A. Bums with "The Growth of
the Catholic School System in the.
I'nited States." The list is headed by
St. Augustine's "City of God."
In Archdeacon Williams' list Is In
cluded W. S. Ralnsford's "A Preach
er's Story' of His Work," and G. H. S.
Walpole's "Personality and Power.
The list is not especially designed for
Lenten reading except that it brings the
reader in connection with the present
activities of the church.
The two lists are as follows:
Alfred Alnger, "Gospel and Human
Life;" T. I. Ball, "Pastoral Bishop; M.
C. Bickersteth. "Letters to a Godson;"
M. J. Bickersteth, "Japan as Wc Saw
It;" C.-H. Brent, "Leadership;" A.. W.
Carmlchacl. "Things as They Are: Mis
sion Work in Southern India;" J. B.
Cheshire., "Churchx In the Confederate
States;" Louise Creighton. "Missions:
Their Rise and Development;" F." II.
Duddcn, "Gregory the Great: Hid Place
in History and Thought;" A. F. W. In
gram. "Banners of the Christian
Faith," "Call of the Father," "Early
English Colonies," "Friends of the
Master," "Gospel in Action." ."Into, the
Fighting IJnc." "Joy in God." "Love
of the Trinity," "Men who Cruclfy
Chrlst." "Mission of the Spirit," "Mja
teries of God," and "Under the Dome:"
Edward King. "Duty and Conscience."
"Spiritual Letters;" Douglas Maclean,
"Famous Sermons by English Preach
ers;" "A. J. Mason. "Memoir of George
Howard Wilkinson, Bishop of St. An
drews:" C. A. E. Moberly, "Dulc; Do
mum:" James Orr, "Virgin Birth of
Christ;" W. S. Rainsford. "Preacher's
Story of His Work:" Wlllia n Sanday.
"Chrlstologtes, Ancient and Modern:"
G. H. S. Walpole. "Personality and
Power;" C. L. Wells. "Manual of Early
Ecclesiastical History:" G. H. Wilkin
son, "Invisible Glory."
Wife John. wTiat is original sin?
Husband Apple stealing, I think, my
: BIGpCTORY SALE
Kuppenheimer Suits and
With a Rush.
SALE A REAL MONEY- '
The announcement of tne arilval of
the second shipment of Kuppenheimer
Sutis and Overcoats, Friday, brought
crowds of eager men to Grosner's, 1015
Pennsylvanai avenue northwest yester
day. So great was the rush that the firm
found It necesbarv to add several clerks
to Its force to Insure speedier service
during the remainder of the sale.
Kuppenheimer clothes need little In
troduction to Washington men. They
are known the world over as the finest
examples of the tailoring art. Many
ready-made suits look well for a short
time, but lose their sbaot- af -r a fvv
weeks' wear Not so with Kuppenheim
er Clothes. For thev are made of pre
shrunk cloth and with a skill and care
that Insures the permanency of their
original lines. All the latest styles anJ
a large assortment of fabrics are to be
Then. too. the prices arc mJU .tl mo
tive. Suits that sold regularly for i and
$22.30 have been reduced for this sale
to Jlifo. Suits that usually sold for
125 and $30 are ours for only J1C.K.
i Overcoats that sold as high as $32.50 arc
now going with a rush at JH.K.
Is It any wonder that men are flock
1 Ing to Grosner's for either a new suit
or overcoat, or both. !n view of thise
offering? Especlallj when It Is remem
bered that evcrv garni' nt sold ilur ng
this factory sale Is cubWt to Vn- kiiiu
liberal guarantee as though a full price
Those who haw not -e: tal.on iij:.n
tace of this sale should do so nt once
I If they want to get In on a good bar-
i Don't Confine Your
To the Public
Passing Your Door
Secure the WIDEST PUB
LICITY; use the Washing
Ion Times and its wide cir
culation and tell your whole
message to the whole town
in one day. You can rent
your House, sell your Lot,
find the Lost, secure a Loan,
or find a buyer for articles
no longer needed by using
and reading Washington
Times Want Ads. Phone
LAST TRAILER CARS
Banned by I. C. C, Are Being
Replaced by New Type, With
Taps have been sounded for the
trailer car in Washington. Neater
more, according to officials of the
street railway companies, will this
typo of car be seen in the "Washing
ton streets.V it passed into the dls-
Rubber Goods and
Riker Special Two-quart Rod Rubber Guar
anteed Syringe, complete with rapid-flow tubing
and three hard-rubber pipes; guaran- a q
teefl for one year. Special price tiViaDt7
Riker's Rapid-flow Fountain Syringe,- made
out of best quality heavy white
rapid-flow tubing and all connections;
guaranteed for two years
Seamless special 2-quart size, red rubber;
complete with tubing, metal shut-off and 3 hard
rubber pipes; easily worth $1.00.
syringe guarantied perfect
Invalid Rings all sizes,- from
12 to 24 inches in diameter.
$1.15 to $2.25
fold to poc
$2.30 to $4.50
Collapsible Alcohol Stoves.
Made of aluminum; very light
and strong; with chafingfQ
Split Maple Crutches.
Made from straight-grained
maple; light and strong; with
rubber tips; qi Qp7
Bed Back Rests.
Allows the invalid to sit up in
bed without tiring; adjustable
wood frame ; faced
with strong, service
A Special Offer
13c each; 2 for
Regular Value, 25c Each.
The Whisk Brooms which we
place on sale are made of fresh, se
lected best quality broom. Size
about 92 inches. Our special price
for this sale, 13c eacli.
Special Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
300 Grass Sponges, for
nnrnmnhilc USC. YOUt'
25c Packer's Tar Soap
25c Resinol Soap l7c
25c Woodbury's Soap IGo
25c Johnson's Foot Soap 15c
25c Cuticura Soap 17c
Guth's Assorted Chocolates, z-
lb., 40c; 1-lb., 80c.
Chocolates Au Guth, Vz-Vo., 50c;
Guth's Maraschino Cherries, 40c.
Billie Burke Chocolates, only
50c a lb.
Jordan Almonds, lb., 34c.
Old-fashioned Horehound Candy,
thc last trailer
barn from the
Railway and Electric Company.
TIiS time limit fixed by 4ho Inter
state Commerce Commission through
the District Electric Rnilway Com
mission for the operation of these
cars expired at midnight last night.
Since then not one of them has been
seen on the afreets.
But few, of these cars have been
In service for some time, as they
were originally, banned months' ago.
The Washington Jtailway and Elec
tric Company was given an extension
ofthc time limit, howevorwbecau.se
of .delays In gettlngncrw rolling stock
for which they ivcrCnot- responsible.
Center door cars have taken the
place of the old trailer cars on the
Georgetown line, and this type of
car will be used extensively, sixty
five of them 'having- been ordered.
More than fifty are. In commission
at present, and the other will be as
sembled In the company shops within
the next few days.
card Friday, when
was run Into the
Georgetown line, of
1006 F Street N. W.,
Hot-Water Bottle Specials
Hot-water Bottle Special Our rubber goods
buyer was fortunate in securing a small lot oF
$1.50 Cloth-inserted First-quality Hot-water
Bottles, to be sold at the remarkably low price of
98c. These bottles are guaranteed for one year
and are regularly sold by other dealers aq
$2.50 Pure Gum Hot-water Bottles, 2-qt. size,
guaranteed for two years. These are positively
the best-quality bottle that can be pur- g qq
chased at any price bl0
oil and per
fume, in an
sizes and kinds.
As a leader we offer our No.
67 Atomizer, a good, -popular,'
all-round serviceable ato
mizer. Regular 75c value
others range in price
29c to $1.73
Rubber Gloves guaranteed
for household or sickroom use,
39c and 79c
Rubber Dam Especially use
ful for treating superfluous flesh
on the abdomen. ' Per Yard,
50c Magda Crea'm 33c
50c Viola Cream 31c
50c Malvina Cream 31c
50c La Blach Face Po 32c
35c D. & R. Cold Cream . . .24c
25c Herpicide Soap 15c
25c Glenn's Sulphur Soap.. 15c
25c Calox Tooth Powder 16c
The Best Hot Chocolate
With Rich Whipped
Commission Sent to Guantana
mo Will Estimate Expense
of Fortifications Needed.
The commission of army and naval
officers sent to Guantanamo Bay to
survey the land back of the bay ac
quired by the recent convention with
Cuba for the purpose of erecting, land
defenses will arrive In Washington on
You are safe when you
buy at a Riker & Hegeman
Drug Store. Your money
will be cheerfully refunded
on any .article that proves
We take the utmost care
in preserving the welfare of
Our drugs are purchased
from "dealers of the highest
reputation only and care
fully tested for strength
and purity by experts in
our own laboratory before
delivery to our stores.
Special Monday, Tuesday,
1 4b. Sugar of Milk ,. 19c
I lb. Talcum Powder 10c
4 oz. Ess. Ginger . . 19c
4 oz. Syr. White ;Pine 17c
4 oz. Tr. Myrrh 19c
4 oz. Tr. Green Soap 16c
8 oz. Glyc. and'Rose Water.24c
100 Phenolax Wafers 31c
100 Aspirin Tablets 54c
1 lb. Boric Acid..... 17c
1 lb. Flaxseed t 9c
1 lb. Flaxseed Meal 9c
1 lb. Phos. Soda 12c
1 lb. Bicarbonate Soda 9c
1 lb. Powd. Sulphur 9c
1 lb. Rochelle Salts 28c
1 lb. Cream Tartar 29c
1 lb. Pd. Alum 9c
1 lb. Sunflower Seed 9c
Special Monday, Tuesday,
50c Sal. Hepatica 36c
$1.00 Peptogenic Milk Pd..68c
$1.50 Fellow's Syrup 87c
50c Syrup Figs 31c
$1.00 Hagee's Cordial 67c
$1.00 Maltine and C. L. Oil. .71c
$1.00 Swamp Root 64c
25c Hill's Cascara Quinine.. 14c
25c Laxative Bromo Quinine, 13c
25c Nelson's Gelatine Lozs..l7c
25c Robinson's Barley 21c
1 lb. Peroxide Hydrogen 19c
Yi lb. Peroxide Hydrogen. . .10c
$1.00 Westphal's Auxiliator.50c
50c Westphal's Auxiliator. ..25c
$1 Gray's Glycerine Tonic. .69c
50c Dioxogen 29c
$1 Ayer's Hair Vigor 61c
25c Jayne's Belladonna Plas.lOc
$1 Hemabaloids, plain 71c
$1 Father John's 64c
75c Mellin's Food 51c
5AFE ujhen ijou buij
Washington 5tore . 1006 F 3t. N.W
the Mayflower tomorrow. The party,
which comprises fajor General -Wother-spoon,
Brigadier1 General Wearer, Brig
adier Gneraf batter, Hear Admiral
Hugo Oslerhatis, And Captufn Maclx"-1-1,
was ordered to Cuantanamo Janti
uary 23. (he President' yacht being
placed at their disposal
Following (he return ot the commis
sion, plan for the defense will be out
lined and Congress will receive-, the flrt
Intimation of how much money will be
needed la bexfn defenses. They will
cost at least tltt.m.
While only a small force will be main
tained there these few reglmenU may
cause a partial reorganization of amy
plans. The gunboat, " Wheeling which,
was sent to Vera Cruz when American
interests there appeared to he threat
ened, left this morning for Mobile
There was no excitement In Vera Craz
demanding the attention of the Wheul-
lng after she reached the port.
. 85c Rubber Air-Cushion-Back
Brush, with perfectly round hog
'bristles; exceptionally valuable
to ladies with abundant hair;
this brush usually retails
vfrom 85c up. Riker's rfk
$1.50 Black Ebony Solid Back
Hair Brush; nine 1 i
rows white bristles. . dl XT
$1.25 Hair Brush, rosewood
back, eight rows bris- Q&v
Good Quality Brush,
lone handle, detachable
with hand strap...-.;
Japanese .manufacture; sold by 4
others for 20c. Special
price, 2 for a)C
Round, 5J2-inch mirror, on
nickel device, attached to the
wall; may-be raised up or down
or placed at any
98c Jourist Toilet Rolls.
Various colored.- silk plaid
covers, rubber lined, to
contain 7 toilet articles
Medium size, genuine ebony,
solid Pack, with good, quality,,
pure. white, imported bristles;
fully worth $2.50; PQ
pair die v v
75c Crash Bath Towels 49c
Pine Pillows, fresh, this year, 59c
5c Wash Cloths 7 for 25c
10c Wash Cloths 4 for 25c
50c Cloth Brush, solid back,
with long black bristles; re
moves lint, etc., at the
Jaynes' Eczema Remedy.
A guaranteed remedy for all
skin troubles of an eczema na
ture, including dry, red, itching
skin troubles; trial sizer
Four times the quantity 89c
Jaynes' Dyspepsia Tablets.
Counteracts the disordered
condition of the stomach; one
taken after each meal permits
the proper digestion of a hearty
meal; their continued use will
relieve the most chronic A A
case of stomach trouble.. tUC
Jaynes' Kidney Pills.
Strengthens the kidneys, al
lowing them to throw off the un
natural waste that keeps them in
an unhealthy condition. If not.
satisfied with your improved con
dition after taking one box, bring
back the empty box and
money; iuu 3 v
FIEE & MfftiMEl
A-ttartlr-f CI4 Xe-tol mm TMntora
Oxer AH OaiKUfw. later I
KapasMlaa, Haw, aa4 Oim- Prtx,
8TUAKT8 PLAPAO-PADS are a wonderful
treatment for roptar-e. carta ts they do the
wont forms la the prtraey nt Ue homm with
out hindrance from work Bd:tt alM ex
petiae.1 RlPTME CWIEI
by bTUAKTU PUAPAe-PABS mean
that too can threw away the palatal tram
altogrthT. as the napao-PaUa ar made to
cure rapture and not ati-aply to hold It; but
mm (her are made aelf-adbestre. aad wha
adhCTlnr eloMlr to the body aMppIng U te
peartble. therefore, they are aUo an import.
ant factor In retalnm luyture that eansot
K nM I by a true. NO BTKAP8. BUCXZ.B3
Oft- SPIUNOS: Soft aa: Velret-Eaay to Ap
ply. Plapao iJboratorlea. Hpek 1 S:.
I Atlt. Mo., la sending FREE trial Plapao to
n who write.
Just as porous and pliable as
the natural sponge and will out
Size suitable for face 29c
Size suitable for the bath. $13?
Chamois Sirinc - " "
Size 16x21 -Inches,, especially
suited for automobile, use; of
special soft, even texture jiTm
j each .. .....--.. 47v
Riker's Improved CoW
Softening, whitening, and.
cleansing; not the slightest irn-'
tation to the most delicate skin;
does not promote the growth of
hair. Tubes, 15c. Jars, 25c
Septonc Liquid! Shampoo
In shaker top bottle; jjst;-
few-'drops on the wet jiah: prtP
motes a copious, creamy laincr,
thoroughly cleansing the scalp
and removing all trace of oil
from the hair, making itOC
light and fluffy tDQ
Large Size Bottle, 75c.-
L- Week-end Toilet- :
- Traveling Casei
Containing tooth powder, -
tiseptic .soap, cold creanl, tal
cum powder, vanity case"Vith
powder and pad, also good-quality
toothbrush'; all compactly
placed in rubber-lined AQ
folding case. . . .". f OC
45c Razor Strops 23c
This is the best value we have
ever had in-this kind of a brash;
medium size, with long, soft,
clinging"bristles, that bringy
a natural glow to the-skin tytfC
Long, flexible, blunt, or point
ed: made or the finest
English surgical steel
Maltoleum, for Rundown -Conditions.
A perfectly, tasteless prepara
tion of the active principles of
cod liver oil, combined-with wild
cherry and hypophos'phites. The
heavy, obnoxious tasting part of
the oilTs discarded, making the
preparation perfectly )asteless
and palatable, yet "having
all the virtues of cod liver C A
Oil m J 0
Extra large size, containing
twice. the quantity 87c
Soothing and healing to the
sensitive tissues of the throat;
used by singers and public
speakers; quickly stops a
hacking cough .,.
Six-O-One, 5c '"'
The highest cost 5c Cigar that,
we know of at the present time,"
containing a mixed filler of 70c
per cent clear Havana tobacco
and 30 per cent Porto Rican of
the finest type, wrapped in an'
imported Sumatra wrapper. We
do not believe it is possible to
make a better cigar for the
money. 5c each.
Jaynes' Concha, 7c;
4 for 25c
The same cigar as Jaynes
Perfecto, except as to size. Many
smokers thought the Perfecto
was too large a smoke. Our
sales on these two cigars are
practically the same, running one
million a year.