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TROOPS TO ACT AS
TO CAPfrOL STANDS
Culver Cadets Will Accompany
Wilson From White House
on March 4.
The J5ssex troop and the Culver Mil
itary .School cadets, both mounted or
ganizations, will be the only troops
taking part in the Inaugural march
from the' "White House to the Capitol.
The-ilnaugural committee has decided
to,bap patriotic organizations, who
have hitherto acted as escorts on foot,
in''ther procession to the Capitol. The
parade wlth-all -civic and military or
ganizations will form at the Captal
and proceed to "Washington circle.
The Bssex troop will act President
elect "Wilson's personal escort to the
Capitol, and the. Culver Military- School
cadets "as Arlce President-elect Mar
shall'sT" President-elect W'i'son and Vice President-elect
.-.vn will ride In coaches,
each drawn by four horses. An abso
lute ban is placed on all motor vehicles,
thus shutting- out the motorcjcle clubs
whro wanted to honor Mr. "Wilson, who
is an enthusiast wheelman. The Senate
s?rgeant-at-arms has charge of obtain
ing the finest coaches and horses for
the use of the President-elect and the
iiquor men today are trying to kill
the. plan of the "W. C. T,U. and other
temperance organizations for coffee
stands In front of saloons where the
parade troops organize.
The organizers of the parade are
sending out warnings that entries must
close within a few days. AH organlza
tlons that have not' reported to thflr
respective marshals are urged' to do
so at once. . ,. w.
Olrs. Elmer Black, New York mil
lionaire, has written an evasive letter to
Chairman Eustls. of the inaugural com
mittee, concerning her plans for the
peace 'conference delegation In the pa
rade. '.She does not plan to return here
immediately to give her answer as to
Whther the inaugural parade oj- the
suffragette pageant will se favored by
the "conference group of marchers.
'Minnesota and Michigan are insisting
that the public -comfort committee ar
range camping "grounds for their troops.
They offer to "bring winter equipment,
but the committee finds that the Health
Department and the Government reser
vations department will not permit of
any camping plans. Unless the troops
were shifted to the suburbs, no place
could be given them. Hence the com
mittee is arranglngto give them regu
lar quarters, despite their urgent pleas
for camping grounds.
The committee, has decided to have a
special squad of high .school cadets as
guides and. .assistants at the Union
Station, instead of calling on the Boy
Scouts for this service. Chairman
"Weller is now working out a plan of
organization, so that visitors will be
quickly' and politely directed to their
Correspondents for out-of-town news
papers have declared war on the Inaug
ural committee and inauguration plans.
A group of the Senate and House press
gallery members last night dispatched
to their .papers stories" "knocking" the
Committee and the inauguration.
The war results from the Inaugural
committee's decision to give to the press
sallerr members free of charge tho bal
cony over the Presidential reviewing
stand. The. correspondents sought a
preferred section In the Presidential
stand or the Lafayette. Square review
ing stand at2.u0 a seat.
Hot! men today are little disturbed
over the Johnson resolution forbidding
an Increase In rates for inauguration
week. The managers declare that their
contracts are made now, and that no
Congressional resolution can force the
breaking of a contract when it is agree
able to both parties. One of the leading
hotels has doubled its rates, but at that
Is receiving dally applications for rooms
"at your own price." Practically every
hotel In the city is booked up for the
whole week. The hotel men say that
extra rates aro absolutely essential, be
cause guests are ordered out March 1
and then it takes some timo after In
augural week to again fill the houses.
Sharp Views On Hold-Up.
The JohnBon resolution followed close
ly on "the heels of the inaugural com
mittee's declaration that there is no
graft nor hdld-up in "Washington or in
the Inaugural committee. The meeting
was stormy, and a number of members
voiced sharp views of tne widespread
reports, of graft and hold-up on the part
Plans for Vice President Marshall's
part, in .the Inauguration hare been
made. When it was learned that prac
tically no mention was made of him ex-
IQ. PAID IN SAYINGS
THE great value of
a trust company
lies not only in
the wide range of service
it renders but also in its
adaptability to all condi
tions. This institution in
vites accounts subject fo
check, drawing 2 per
annum, pays 3 interest
on savings, furnishes For
eign Exchange, rents
Safe Deposit Boxes and
acts as Executor, Guard
ian or Turstee.
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ccpt in the actual induction ceremony,
immediate steps were taken to provide
for him. Accommodations have been
pnmjprt at thp Rhnreham Hotel for htm
and Mrs. Marshall In a. suite as line as
that of President Wilson. It Is prob
able plans will be so shaped mat air.
and Mrs. Marshall will be together dur
ing the Inauguration ceremonies, inas
miifv q.1 tytav art tnsenarable and Mr.
Marshall has heretofore refused to take
part In any affair irom wmen ms lle
was excluded. t .
The Chesapeake Motorcycle Club of
Baltimore Md., will ride here on motor
cvclp. to take nart in the Inauguration
event3. The Savannah, Oa,, club hasj
decided to take similar action, and the
local club has asked Governor Wilson
that It be permitted to extend special
honor to him as a wheeling enthusiast.
No answer has been given to the local
Plans for ihe inauguration are prac
tically conpleto. With Inaugural day
nnlv - little over two weeks away, the
committees. In charge find that almost
everything has been done except tne
details concerning the part of the Vice
In accordance with the plans arranged
bv the committee In charge of the inau
guration ce-emonles. President Taft.
President-elect Wilson and Vice President-elect
Marshall on the morning of
March 4, will be escorted from the
White House to the Capitol with mill-tan-
honors. The procession will be
headed bv General Wood as grand mar
shal and'hls staff, followed bythe. Es
sex Troop of New Jersey, forming the
special escort of Governor Wilson; then
will come the carriage containing presi
dent Taft and Governor Wilson, next
the troon of Culver Cadets forming the
escort of Governor Marshall, who will
occupy the second carriage.
The President, the President-elect, and
the Vice President-elect, will enter the,
Senate wing of, the Capitol bv tne
bronze door. The President and the
President-elect will be escorted to the
President's 'room, where they shaU re
main until escorted to the Senate cham
ber, to be present at the Inauguration
of the Vice President-elect, to whom the
oath of office is to be administered by
the President pro tempore of the Sen
ate immediately before the adjournment
of that body. Having taken his oath,
the Vice President will call the Senate
to order and deliver his Inaugural ad
dress. Capitol Ceremony.
The organization ,of the Senate having
been completed, a procession will be
formed by the offlcers.of the. Senate and
the House of Representatives, the Jus
ticcesof the Supreme Court of the United
States.the committee of arrangements.
tne president and tne Fresiaeni-eiect.
the members of the Diplomatic Corps In
accordance with their rank, the vice
President, members and former -mem
bers of the Senate and the House, ot
Representatives, heads of executive de
partments, governors of States and
Territories, the admiral of the navy
and his aides, the chief of staff of the
army and his aides, and such officers of
tho armv and navv who have received
the thanks of Congress. The procession
will move through the rotunda to the
platform over the main portico,' where
the Inauguration ceremony .will take
place. . "
After all are assembled, the" Chief Jus
tice of the Supreme Court will ad
minister the oath of office to the President-elect
who will then deliver his an
augurai address. This will conclude the
ceremonies at the Capitol, and the
President and the Vice President, ac
companied by their mllltarv escorts,
will return to the White House, where
they will occupy seats upon the review
ing stand to review the inauguration
The parade, in which, it Is expected,
more than 30,000 persons will take part.
Including regulars from Fort McPher
Bon. Ga., a regiment of coast artillery,
the corps of cadets from West Point,
the midshipmen, from Annapolis, two
companies of'bluejackets, militia or
ganizations from various States, and
civic organizations from practically
every State in the Union, -cvill be di
vided into eight divisions, each com
manded by an. army officer.
It will be formed In .the streets near
the Capitol .and will march down Penn
sylvania avenue to the White House,
where It will pass in review before the
President and Vice President and the
other distinguished officials and digni
taries occupying the grandstand In the
"Court of Honor."
Reviewing Stands Will
Be Ready for Pageant
The Treasury Department inaugural
and suffrage Jageant reviewing stands
are to be decorated in the same classic
designs, as are to be used on tlic
reourt of honor.
A contract for 'the decorative work
was awarded today by Chief Clerk
Wllmeth to the M. G. Copeland -Company.
AH decorations are to be -In
place for the suffrage pageant on the
afternoon of March 3. Long streamers
of evergreens will be draped over
front, top and sides, and laurel
wreaths will be placed aolng the top
rail and on the uprights. All three
stands will be covered with bunting.
Coughs Up False Teets.
PHILADELPHIA, Teb. 14. After- liv
ing on liquid diet for eighteen years.
Gapt. Henry C. Wagner made solid
food possible for himself by coughing
up three false leeth.
1 9c a Doz.
Another big lot of Fine, Juicy Florida Oranges.
Sizes usually retailing at 30c.
On Sale Today and Tomorrow Only
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Times Want Ads.
House Committee Indorses
Measure to Protect Guests
of City During Inaugural. '
By unanimous vote the House Dis
trict Committee today reported the
Johnson "resolution, Introduced late yes;
terday, prohibiting Washington hotels,
boarding houses, and restaurants from
raising their prices during .inauguration
week. The committee weni further and
Inserted In the resolution an amend
ment applying Its provisions to taxi
cabs, cabs, and other conveyances; '
Under the terms of the resolution,
which Chairman Johnson expects to
rush through the House "to protect the
pocketbooks of inaugural visitors.',,'
heavy penalties are' imposed upon any
hotel which charges during Inaugural
week prlcps in excess of those charged
"for the year preceding February 23,
The committee took remarkably quick
action on the resolution, which says
there is general complaint from citizens
of the United States who desire to at
tend the Inauguration "that they have
been required to enter into unreasonable
contracts for a minimum of five and
seven-day periods at exorbitant rates
with hntpls. lodrlnir houses, boarding
houses, cafes, restaurants, and similar
places of abode, and entertainment in
Washington." , '
Citizens Have Rights. -.
The resolution recites that It is the
right of every -citizen In the united
States to attend the inauguration with
out having to pay unreasonable rates to
Washington hotels, inasmuch as every
citizen in the United States contributes
. .i . ...... . t.A A7atfivfi1
'toward the support of the Isationai
uapiiau ,. . -i
Information has , Informally reached
the House' committee -that prices are
being greatlv raised In a number of
Washington hostelrles. One instance is
cited where an out-of-town newspaper
publisher, who wished a room in a
leading hotel for three days during the
inaugural period, was told that he must
take the room fori an. entire week and
pay theretac.the sum of $143. Two rooms
were priced afthe. same, ratio, or $2.
Will Push Resolution.
A member of the .House committee
said today that special efforts would
be made to put the Jonnson resolution
through the House. "
There was no opposition to It in
the committee." he said, "and we are
working on a plan to put the resolu
tion through Monday.'
The final section of the Johnson res
olution is most drastic and nuts prac
tically the entire burden of proof on
the hotel keeper in the event of con
troversy with a guest over rates.
The section reads:
"The 'penalty for the violation of
this regulation .shall Je a fine of 100
for each offense' and In addition
theretoMhe complainant.- If -Torced by
the involved" litigation to remain In
his temporary abode until the 'termi
nation of the litigation, shall be
maintained at the cost' of the defend
ant, provided judgment rendered is In
favor, of the complainant.''-. C
It's your inactive liver and
bowels You need
Vou're bilious, you have a throbbing
sensation m your head, a bad taste in
vour mouth, your eyes burn, your skip
u vrtlow. with dark rings under your
. vour llos are parched. No wonder
you feel ugly, mean and ill-tempered.
Your system is full of bile not properly
j rr and what iou need Is a.
ytLaavm ... .. .
inT,inir tin Inside. Don't continue be
ing a bilious nuisance- to yourself and
those who love you, and don t resort to
harsh physics that Irritate and Injure.
Remember that most disorders of the
..,oM, liver, and intestines can be
oiritW cuied bv morning with gentle,
r.n-o.Vi rnscarets they work while
vou sleep. A 10-cent box from your
druggist will keep your liver ano poweis
!..r. .tnmaxh swfd. and your head
Hrar'for monthl. Children love to take
Cascarets. because they taste good ano
never gripe or sicken. Advt.
N JOHNSON BILL TO
THE WASHINGTON TIMES.
Only One Out of 232 Children
in Washington Prove Back
ward in Studies.
.Only one child In every 232 In the pub
lic schools of Washington Is atypical
or markedly backward In mental de
velopment, according to figures an
nnounccd at the office of the superin
tendent of, school today. Only one
child In every 22S was atypical In the
school year previous to this one. The
total enrollment last year was 57.7S1.
and the number of atypical children,
253. This is a percentage of .0OH. This
year the defectives or atyplcals tmto.
ber 250, and as the present estimated
enrollment in all the schools is 28,000,
the percentage is only. .M3. ,
.'."Atypical," as used by the school
authorities means a child whose, men
tal development is retarded in propor
tion to his years, this beackwardness
being due to any causa whatever. The
retardation of mentai growth may be
due to congenital conditions or It may
be the result of disease or accident.
4The percentage ot atypical children
In the schools here is far lower tian
that recorded In most large cities of.
the country, and one reason for this.
I according to Superintendent Davidson,
ine riisiuiiy wun wnicn examinations
for atyplcahty are conducted by the
District Health Department.
'"The examinations are conducted by
Dr. Woodward's Physicians," said Su
perintendent Davidson, "so carefujy
that tho child Is given the benefit of
every doubt, and none is sent to the
ungraded or atypical school unless It la
clearly shown that the child Is an
Another reason for the small propor
tion of atyplcals in the total enrollment
is the fact that Washington school
children on the whole are more nr.
coclous than those of most other large
i Accardong to the Sunerinfpnrlont r
School "the average of IntolHc-ene. nf
tne scnooi enwd or Washington Is high
er man mat 01 most otner clues, be
cause It Is ihe offspring of parents
whose standards of atalnment in edu
cation have been higher."
The atypical children of the District
go -to special ungraded school In which
there are teachers enough so that the
number-of pupils to teach never exceeds
one to fifteen, and occasionally the pro
portion of difference is less. The atypi
cal child obviously needs more indi
vidual atentlon than the typical. In
the regular schools of the District the
number of children to teach is as 30 or
40 tO 1.
Moss Is Not Lumber,
Says f. C. Commission
Is moss lumber? The Interstate Com
merce Commission today decided It Is
rtot when It ruled that the ChlcLro
Milwaukee and St Paul i-ii.i!5?i
no right to charge "the W. w" Barnard
S,m,Panny'Cn,c,a0 fl-l" lumber
rates on moss from Math xviJ ,
Chicago. The commlslrfon dSS' .
rtuiruao. maintain n.
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separate tariff for
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late. W 1 tit
COR. 7' AND
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A SIGN OF CONFIDENCE
otZ'ZYZr v You catt always,
7th and K Streets Store yesterday, N. t)Uy WHat yOU
and bearing the Washington post- X. wish f Or a lit-
mark. It shows that "Grand- 4& . fie leSS at
pa" knows that every -v Pflnnle
courtesy will be shown to -. reopies
his grandchild while wait- L " V DlHf
ing to meet him here. - , r
oranapa nas prob
ably been acquainted
with us for a long
time, and has learn
ed to have confi
dence in our
Get One and
Keep Out the
Red 1'elt Chest
75c Red Felt AQ
Chest Protectors ffC
Dr. Slmms' Abdominal
and Kidney Protec
tor; extra large....
$1.00 Chamois Chest Pro
tectors; lined with red TO
$3.00 Chamois Vests
$3.00 Chamois Vests
for women . .
20c Belladonna Plasters.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY M; 1913.
Electrocution Order Will Only
Apply to Prisoners Convict
ed in Hereafter.
The bill providing for electrocution
instead of hanging In the District was
taken up by the Senate District Com-,
mittec today, and was ordered amended
in accordance with the suggestions of
the Attorney General.- These amend
ments make provision fo& the execution
of prisoners already under conviction
by the old law and also for electrocu
tion ..for criminal assault. Instead if
hanging In cases .where, the death pen
alty is' inflicted.
Owing to the lack of time, the eight
hour bill was not considered today. It
will be taken up at a special meeting
of. the committee -at 10 o'clock Tuesday
A number of Important bills were or
dered reported by the committee today.
One of these" Is' "the 'bill for the Incor
poration of the Virginia Terminal Com
pany. Senator" Curtis was ordered to
report It with-a large number of amend
ments.. This Is the gill for a street
railway line on M street northeast. New
Jersey avenue and. 'Massachusetts ave
nue, reaching from Thirty-sixth and M
streets to the Union Station.
The committee ordered a favorable re
port on the Commissioners' bill for .the
annual assessment of real estate.
Other bills ordered favorably reported
FVr the relief of Catherine Maroney.
A bill providing for punishment for
embesxlement or parties converting to
their own use articles loaned them.
A bill decreasing the maximum pen
alty for embezzlement of property un
der 135, to one year Imprisonment or a
fine of 1500.- '
A bill for the relief of Charlotte J.
Pile, Kastmond P. Green, and Easle C.
Gandell. with regard to assessment and
payment of damages on account of
change of grade due to construction of
The bill to authorize the extension
and widening of Western avenue north
west. The bill authorizing extension of the
lines of the Washington Railway and
Electric Company, from Wisconsin ave
nut and McComb street to Massachu
setts avenue, and thence to the Dis
The bill to authorize the widening and
opening of Rhode Island avenue from
Fourth street east to the .District line.
Brandegee to Press
River Dam Measure
Senator Brandegee made an ineffec
tual attempt today to get the Senate to
fix a time .for voting on tho Connecti
cut river dam bill. '.Thereupoivhe gave
notice :he would, continue to press the
bll lat every opportunity. The army ap
propriation bill was then "taken up. Un
der the agreement to continue consid
eration or the- Connecticut river bill, it
is not 10 iniencre wun appropriation
TWO GOOD STORES
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PLAINT OF WIPE IN
SUJT FOir DIVORCE
Mrs. Robere E. Mathews Asks
Divorce, and Charge- Mis-,
Robert E. Mathers, president and gen
eral manager of the Mathers-Lamm
Paper Company, was named as defend-
ant itoday In a suit for an absolute)
divorce filed In the District Supreme;
Court by Clara B. Mathers.
Misconduct and mistreatment of hls
wife are the principal allegations, con
tained In the bill. The couple wcrer
married in Baltimore, November 1. 1901,
and have two children.
"Defendant conducts himself toward
her more as an. employer than a hus
band and has seemed to consider plain
tiff slmnlv as a houaekMiwr and one
who was only- expected to get his meals,"
keer 'his clothes and apartment in pro
per oruer ana conauion, ana not enuuea
to his society, companionship, and affec
tion." charged Mrs. Mathers.
Mrs. 'Mathers informs the court that
her husband has lost his love for her.
ana aner dinner usually goes out in
his automobile and remains sometimes
until 2 a. m. She also alleges that he
curses and abuses her before their
Owing to the domestic difficulties;
Un Mather ivnn she la llvinr with
her two children alone, but that her
husband gives her $100 a month for
their support. She says that at least
fVS .a month is requires
Attorney J. S. Easby-Smlth appears
for Mrs. Mathers.
Milk Deliverer Tries to Cross
Tracks, But Vehicle Is De
molished Lawrence Taylor, thirty-eight years
old, driver of a milk wagon for a dairy
at 643 Piney Brach road northwest, was
badly hurt about the head and body
when the wagon . was struck by a
Washington Railway and Electric car
at Georgia avenue and Shepherd street
northwest, this morning. Richard
Brooks, a colored helper, was slightly
Taylor was taken to Freedmen's Hos
pital where it was said that he was
suffering from'" concussion of the brain
ani nnnaible internal injuries.
Taylor was driving west In Shepherd
street, ana auenipwa u enm uk
tnrk. in front of a northbound car.
The- car struck.the side, pt the wagea
nrith s-rvat.. force, throwing both men
several feetrand practically demolishing-
the vehicle. The norses escapea injury.
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MRS. GIRD TO BE
Wife ef General drard Expires
at Hospital, Foowtog an
Operation on Monday.'
The funeral of Mrs. Anna Rebecca
Girard, wife of Gen. A. C. Glrard, 'who
died last night at the George Washlng
tonHospItal. will beheld tomorrow af
ternoon from St. Margaret's Church.
The' burial will be at Arlington Ceme
tery, Mrs. Girard was formerly .Miss -Anna
Rebecca Bpplny, of Charleston, a" C
She came to Washington two, years
'ago. She was especially Interested In
Mrs. Girard is survived by her hu
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