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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNJESDAST, 1TEBRUARY 5, 1913.
DEPUTY TO BRING
RIVERA TO PACE
Young Porto Rican Under Ar
rest in Atlanta Will Probably
Stturn on Friday.
Castro I. Rivera, son of a wealthy
Porto Rlcan sugar planter, arrested
Monday night In Atlanta, Ga.. will prob
ably be brought to "Washington Friday
y ,a deputy United States marshal, to
c? a.serlous charge preferred by Miss
Mary '.Easterday, of 10 Tenth street
northwest, mother of Rivera's two chil
dren who believed she ,was his legal
wife until he. deserted her and she found
the wedding ceremony performed In
Baltimore was a fake.
Central Office Detective Fred Corn
well Is In Atlanta today to arrange for
Rivera's return to Washington, but as
the young Porto Rlcan Is under indict
ment. It will be necessary ror a deputy
marshal to bring him to Washington.
Miss Easterday blames "the other
woman for her domestic troubles. It
was for this woman that Rivera Is al
leged to have deserted Miss Easterday
last June, When she went to the Dis
trict Attorneys office to have her hus
band arrested for nonsupport, she was
told first .that It would be necesasry to
prove the marriage before such action
oould be taken.
Miss "Easterday. or Mrs Rivera, as
she. believed she had a rlcht to be oil
ed, said that the cercmonv took place
on May CO. 1910. In the' office of a notary-
public In Baltimore. Search
was made of the records and It was
found the wedding had not been re
corded. It was also learned that not-r'"s
public tn Baltimore have no authority
to perform a wedding ceremony.
It was in June of last year that Ri
vera, who was formerly a medical stu
dent at Georgetown University. Is al
leged to have deserted Miss Easterday
and yiturned to Porto Rico with the
girt- whom Mies Easterday says is re
sponsible for the trouble. In September
he was Indicted, on Miss Easterdays
testimony, but la spite of the fact that
the detectives had been- on his trail for
several months, following his return to
the States, it was not until a few days
ago that they succeeded In locating him
Wedding to Be Notable Event
Schroeder to Attend
Milk LaW Conference
Dr. E. C Schroeder, In charge of the
Eethesda experiment station of the De
partment of Agriculture, will go to New
"fork today ae the official represen
tative of the Department of Agriculture
at a conference of State and Federal
Afflrf.la'nn unlfivm Clot mill. law
This conference Is the outgrowth of'
the inability of cities In the Eastern
States to control their rallk supply. All
of the Xew England and Middle Atlan
tic St&tear-will be represented at the
Vn John 8. Anderson has been named
as the representative' of the Public
Health Service. i
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CAPITAL SOCIETY MYSTERIOUS
GOING TO WEDD NG
OF BALTIMORE Gl
Marriage of Miss -Elinor Wise,
to Due de Richelieu, Takes
Washington society will be well rep
resented Saturday at the wedding of
the Due de Richelieu and Miss Elinor
Douglas Wise, of Baltimore, at the Bal
timore Cathedral. Many brilliant social
events are being given in Baltimore
this week in honor of the couple.
Among the guests at one of these func
tions was John W. Garrett, who Is well
Miss Maria Manly gave a tea for the
Duke and Miss Wise on Saturday after
noon In her quaint old residence In Bal
timore. Miss Sara Manly' and Miss Nina
Galther poured tea and Mrs. Douglas
Gorman served punch.' His Eminence
Cardinal Gibbons was present, as Well
as a large contingent of society.
Mr. and Mrs. John Frlck entertained
Sunday afternoon In honor of the duke
and his future duchess. They received
at the Baltimore Country Club. Mrs.
John W. Garrett would entertain but
for the fact that she is In mourning.
She is an old friend and admirer of
Wife pf Millionaire Banker
Names Society Leaders in
Suit Against Her Husband.
MISS ELINOR DOUGLAS WISE,
Who Will on Saturday Become the -Bride of Due de Richelieu.
Woman Gives Lecture.
An illustrated lecture on the customs
and manner of the Arapaho Indians
was given yesterday by Mrs. John
Cooper at the monthly meeting of the
Women's Auxiliary of St. John's Episco
pal Church held in the parish hall. Mrs.
Cooper Is connected with the board of
missions of the Episcopal Church and In
her- official capacity has traveled ex
tensively among the Indian tribes. The
stercoptlcon views shown were taken
Cornell Alumni Smoker.
The Cornell Alumni Association of
Washington will hold a smoker begin
ning at 8 o'clock tomorrow night Is the
University Club. All Cornell men arc '
invited to be present. The officers of -the
asociatlon: Lewis P. Clephane, presl-
dent: Dr. Joseph A. Holmes, first vice
president: L. C Corbett, second .vice
president : E. J. Glasson, third vice presl-
dent: Herbert R. Cox, secretary. Tho
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Mexican War Cloud Stirs
Indiana Militia Chief
INDIANAPOLIS. Feb. B. Adjutant
General McCoy, speaking before a com
mittee of the General Assembly, asked
for an appropriation for the National
Guard on the ground that this country
would be at war with Mexico after
March 4, and that the State ought to
have at least three machine gun pla
toons and an armory for them.
"I am expecting the Indiana National
Guard to be called to Mexico soon
after March 4." he said. "There ought
to be an appropriation for the building
of an armory and for the payment of
the men while they are being trained to
handle the machine guns. I, speak ad
visedly when I say that we ought to be
equipped for war with Mexico."
Baraca Class Gives ,
Banquet to Philathea
A banquet was given by the Baraca
class of the Brookland Baptist Church
in snor of the women of the Philathea
class in Lord Memorial Hall last eve
ning. .After solos sung by Fred TanslI and
Miss Ruby Schwelr. the Rev. J. M.
Long, the Rev. H. W. O. MIHlngton,
Miss Rebecca Lennon. Mrs. Bowen, D.
H. Oertly. vMrs. E. T. Mankln, and the
Kev. f. u. waumgton spoice. -
NEW YORK. Feb. 5,-That James
Cunningham Bishop, the millionaire
banker, adopted a polite method in
financing one of the women named as
co-respondent by purchasing her paint
ings on exhibition in a Fifth avenue
gallery, was one of the new charges
that came to light today when Mrs.
Abigail Hancock Bishop flled further
affidavits In her suit for absolute di
In addition to the society leader, Mrs.
Leila Gaines Gwathmey, already named
as principal co-respondent, a mysteri
ous Mrs. A.," described as an English
woman of great prominence In New
York, Newport, and London, and a
"Mrs. W." were added starters in Mrs.
Bishop's race for a decree. ""Mrs. A."
Is the woman of the paintings, and
some hint of "Mrs. W.s" identity given
in a letter written by. Mary Bishop, the
eldest daughter. In which she referred
to "Pa having spent a night at Mr&.
Willis btme, in Long Branch."
Mrs. Bishop's detailed charges of
cruelty embodied In her original ac
tion for a separation becamo known
today. One of the incidents related
brings In the names of former Governor
Merrlam of Minnesota and his wife,
and their daughter, Mrs. Laura Mer
rlam Curtis, of Washington. Mrs. Mer
rlam Is Mrs. Bishop's sister. The en
tire party were stopping at the Bishop's
country place In Irvlngton-on-the-Hud-son.
Mrs. Bishop charged that her hus
band attacked her one morning and
choked her until Her screams brought
the Merrlams to the rescue.
Bishop's main answer charges his
wife with being habitually addicted to
drink and drugs.
Congressman Berber Urges
Haste in House Inquiry Into
Laying the blame for the New York
garment workers strike on the "miser
able and vicious" subcontracting sys
tem, which "destroys the workers' age
and undermines their moral stamina,"
Congressman Berger today appealed to
the Rules Committee to hasten its re
port on his resolution demanding a
Congressional probe of the situation.
Berger, who" has Just returned from
an investigating tour of strike condi
tions,' declared that the strike was be
ing waged by little foreign girls. In a
hopeless effort to get "simple human
conditions under which to live."
"It is a strike on credit," he said.
"None of them .have money. Few of
them arc well fed or well clothed. They
are merely workers In the garment In
dustry, the victim of the 'subcontractor
system, which must be eliminated be
fore peace ever comes."
"The subcontractor is a little- man.
who earns a little' profit for sewing up
the garments cut by the great firms.
He has poorly lighted and ventilated
shops. I wouldn't call them sweat
shops, but they are unhealthy, and con
finement there for long hours saps the
youth of these foreign children twho
are shut up there almost immediately
from morning till night."
Berger argued for direct employment
of garment workers by the manufactur
"Let them provide clean, airy places
to jark and reasonable hours and the
question will be solved," he said.
Big Ships to Defy
Evils of Friday
A superstition which has been In
force since the earliest transatlantic
service will be defied for the first time
when liners of the American line will
make Friday a sailing date. The mis
fortune of Friday alway. has been
looked upon as applying particularly to
ships and no mariner heretofore has
had the temerity to begin a voyage on
that day. .
beginning April 4. the American line
steamers, Philadelphia, St. Louis, New
York, and St. Paul will hate Friday foe
their sailing days. Heretofore these
steamers have always sailed on Saturdays.
Declares Archeology- ,
Dr. Clark Wlwler. curator: of the De
partment of Anthropology-In the Assert-
can Museum of Natural History, ad
dressed, a meeting of the Anthropologi
cal Society of Washington yesterday oa
"The Doctrine of Evolution a&d As
thrapology." The theme of the address was the dis
tinction between biological and'arehee
loglcal. points' of view In the considered
tlon of the development of human civili
sation. Dr. WIssler favored the accept
ance of the ' archeologlcal viewpoint
and said It was becoming" generally
recognised as the most. reasonable way
of looking at the phenomena of civilisation.
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abundant No falling hair or dandruff.
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beauty of your hair. Just moisten a
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fully through your hair, taking one
small strand at a time, this will cleanse
tho hair of dust, dirt, or any excessive
oil In a few moments you will be
amazed. Your hair will be wavy, fluffy
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the beauty and shimmer of true hair
. Resides beautlfvlnar the hair, one ao-
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Busy as Bees
D. J. KAUFMAN'S
. of Hundreds of Fine
Suits i Overcoats
' Never 'in the history of the Man's Store hve we
given such clothing values-and never have we sold so
many suits and overcoats in so short a time. This is
the Clothing Sale of the Town the D. J. Kaufman
Half Price Sale Two Suits Two Overcoats' for the
price of one.
$20 Suits and Overcoats, $10.00
$25 Suits.and 0vercoats,$12.50
$30 Suits and 0vercoats,$15.00
$35 Suits and Overcoats, $17.50
$40 Overcoats . . . $20.00
$45 Overcoats ... $22.50
And every garment guarantied by
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1005-1007 Penna. Ave.
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Bad Teeth Cause Bad Breath
Do not be one of the nine persons out of every ten
who never visit a dentist unless forced to seek relief from
Remember, instead, that your teeth are always decay
ing, even though you may be brushing them twice or more
every day, and that eventually pain will force you to
seek a dentist. Decay results frequently because you can
not effectively remove the tartar that forms at the back of
your teeth near the gums. Only an expert dentist can
The sensible, economical, painless way to insure
the preservation of your teeth is to let us examine them at
least twice a year.
ONK OF OWn COIWPLETLY FQUIPPED ROOMS
We Will Remove the Tartar
from your teeth, clean and polish them, and fill all cavities
without pain and at a very moderate price.
The equipment of this office is complete in every
detail, not only from a standpoint of modern dental appa
ratus, but also as to our facilities for looking after the
comfort of our patrons. Only the latest and most
improved methods are used.
All our work is guaranteed and will be kept in repair
FREE OF CHARGE.
Our maid and nurse are constantly in attendance.
You may bring the children along; they will be
properly cared for.
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Do Not Worry About the Cost
This office is maintained by a well-known Washington
Dentist with a successful practice, who believes that the
best way to teach people to take care of their teeth is to
make it pleasant and .economical for them to do so. It is
easier and less expensive to fill a small cavity than a large
one that's another reason why you should see us at least
twice a year.
No Charge For Consultation or Examination.
Make your first visit tomorrow. A tooth brush given
to each patient. Sample of tooth powder and paste free.
ORAL HYGIENE DENTIST Higher Educational Dentistry
9th and E Streets N. W. (N. W. Corner)
E.vntAKci: o.v k stiiukt, 3 dour fiiom coiuvisk
I'lionr Main 574S.
Office Hours: 8:30 A. III. to 6 P. M.
Open Evenings. Sunday, 10 A. M. to 2 P.
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