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THE WASHINGTON TIMER, WEDNESDAY,, JAM-VRY 2G, 191G.
SENATE MAY ACT
Likely to Begin Shaping Up
Bills Before Military Com
mittee Next Week.
It looks now an If tho Hnate will
fret ahead of tlin House In tho con
M?ratlcn of military legislation.
V.'hlle the House Military Commlttco
la dragging; nlonp Its henrlngrs and
no enil 1 In ulsht. Senator Clmrribor
lain, chairman of tho Senrte commit
tee, la speedlnp up and hopes to con
clude tho henrlnsrs so that the flnnl
shaping: up of tho measuios before
his committee can bo beRiin next
Were it not for the fact that thi
Penato defers to tho tradition that
permits the House to pass appropria
tion! measures first, the Senate could
take up the military problem, which
tho Honate runiulttee will paps on
and dispose of It without valtlnp: for
However, pome pai tn of the military
pioblem, such as tho Federal pav bill
for the militia, .'an ho disponed of
without waitlintr for the Jlounc. This
iticasure Is not connected with tho
ni mv appropriation bill. Indications
tire that the Senate will not hold back
for tho House ecept as concern.
legislation that I to accompany tho
nimy appropriation bill. Meatnirei In
dependent of the appropriation bin,
nc-'ordlnR to the pipsent otitloo .
) tobably will command attention in
tho Senate first.
Carnival Has Become One of
the Most Novel Social Events
in the South.
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BRITAIN PLANS TO
SAVE THE PEERAGE
"Special Remainders" for Suc
cession on Female Side May
l-ONr-n.V. Jan S . mill). -A pro
pnral If. bclnJt coiigiikred In the 'itffhyit
I iiuartci t(. rrnhlo ru-nlnst the etlno
tlon of Uritlsh I'letnses by the cjjio
tl'ins of the wir
, Ono p.vr v. itlunil an heir, I.n-d Ki'V
linen, nlrcftdv bus been killed hi iicili-n
mid several belts to pfcrnpos, InrludJntr
, thiw of lird Lincolnshire and l.o.'d
llibblestlule, l.nvc fallen, loa-lni; no
hflrH to nrcceiMl th'tn. It Is ctvisldcred
li)jlblc that st'-ps t-oon will bo takm
to create, "special remainders" for stio
ti'slnn li titles froir thu femaU s'de
y titles hno betunie extln'.i j fa
duilnir tho v-ui. At tho beglunllif: or
l'ir. there vt-ro G1 hcredlttiry peers in
the I'nltcd Kingdom
Walter Gingell to Be
Given a Hearing Today
Walter Glncell. in tho rear of whose
homo In Twnty-elBhlh street the pollen
say they found nn outfit fjr counter
feiting small coins, will be Klvpn a
hearing before United Htates Commis
sioner Annon H. Taylor late today.
Ulnecll, who the poliro sa li a
metal Worker and electrician, was ar
rested by Scrueant .T. Wlllaid Greene,
of the Third precinct, at a moving Pic
ture house, where Greene says GlngeV!
had pucsc'J spurious coin. Secret Serv
ice operatives called Into the rase,
declaie they found tho counterfeiting
tool at GltiKell'a home yesterday.
Admiral Gcorfre Dewey fajnp, No
7, flpnnlsh War 'etorans, will meet
on Friday evening to Install officers.
TMIPA, ria.. Jan. ?3. Ameilcan and
lAtln lesidents of this city and sec
tion are completing arrangements for
holding: their aununl Gaspnillla carni
val, which In recent vcar.i has develop
ed Into tho most novel mid-wintor so
cial event of tho South, and one that
diaws vlsltots from many Statea and a
number of foreign countries, ihc dates
of the next Carnival aro February to
12. and lalhoads and stcamnnlp lines
offer reduced rates from all sections in
honor of the season of merrymaking.
Jn all features the carnival will be more
brilliant than those of former years.
Novel social functions win do given in
tourist hotels and American and for
eign clubs, and fully 100,00) people,
many in costume, will appear in tho
varied features. Including allegorical
and historical pageants and street danc
ing: at night on bay-bordering boule
In addition to the carnival features
n sub-tropical fair will bi held in the
most centrally located ' exposition
grounds in the United States, theso be
inar In Tampa's principal residence dis
trict and within a three-minute walk
from tho principal business stteet.
Twenty counties of southern Florida,
Uo the Island of Cuba, will be lepre
sented in the exhibition denartmenta
snd hlgl.-cla.s-, harness and running
races win lie a dally feature. T p-to-date
amusement attractions, such as
are presented at the leading exposi
tions, have been conti acted for, but
nothing: that is even slightly offensho
will be allowed in the city.
The carnival derives Its name from
lion Jose Oasparllla, a Spanish pirate
who Infested the gulf coast of Florida
more than a century ago, and the
scenes presented are Inspired by his
romantic and tragic life and the ex
periences of treasuio seekers who have
for generations made futile efforts to
lecover vast quantities of gold that
Gasparilla's orew in said to have buried
on and near Gasparllla Island, now
Mte i of the poit of 13oca Grande It is
held at the height of the tourist sea
son, when thousands am vl.s'.tint- Fin..
ida, -The Wintfr I'laj ground of
Italpli coffin, riding his high lumper
"Rabbit,' leaped oer a six-cylinder
automobile yesterday afternoon during
nn exhibition of jumping at the hore,
show grounds, at Klghlcentli and 1)
Mr. Coffin tooK Ins hoi he oer tho
hood tf the machine. In the car at tho'
tlnio were ynaleil Mrs. W. Shiclnlr '
Bowl, M's-. Itutb Hitchcock. Miss'
KIai.iIiiuI hcott. Thomas Moignn, r '
and Sjlvanus Stokes, jr., w ho owns tho
"Habbit Is a horse who has done
much tiiik jumping nt almw.s all ii
the t'ounti v. Mi. Coffin has taken blue
ilbbons wltli him and with othei hordes
at, the Washington and Xc v Yoik lijri
sh'owH. Mi Coffin was persuaded to '
perrorm tne reat uj tne motion picturo
Red Cross Workers Caught by
Onrushing Armies When
Serbia Was Invaded.
Victor M. Anderson.
Funeial set vices for Victor M. Andr
.'.V w'10 dled .lestorday, nged tifty,
will be held tomorrow at 2-30 nt tho
hapel of Frank G ler's Pons-. 1113 Sev
enth street northwerf. Interment will
b made in Hock Creek Utinetciy.
Mrs. John Demarzo.
Pineral .erlce.s for Mrs. John
Demaizc. who dlfd .Mondav, were hell
today :?. her late residence, 18(M Se-
i nth Ptreet northw-st Interment was
In Rock Creek cemetery.
Frank Forster, Sr.
Funeral serlces for Frank Forste-.
si , who died esterday. at his teu
ilenco. n, n stiet northwest, will be
1 eld tomoiiow at 2 ."0 o'clock.
Miss Mary C. Hickey.
Funer-il services for Mes Mnry
l atherine Illckov who died Monday
will be hold at lior lato lesldence to
morrow at v .50 o'clock, thentje to' SI
Iaul'3 athollc Church where requiem
mass will be celebrated at 3 o'clock.
Mary J. Safford.
Funeial ser Ice.? for Marv I Safford,
who died Monda at the family resi
dence, 3308 U sti.-et northwest, were
held todav Jntetrrcnt will be in
Mrs. Sophie A. Stutz.
Tu.neial 8eilc.-. for Mrs. Sophie
Ftutz. widow .if l.ouls F Stutz who
died Moridaj In ashlngto-i, Ia. aged
lty-tvo enis, wore h-ld in tlio
(hapcl at Cilenwnod Cemetery, with
the Ilev. Doorman officiating.
Miss Elsie May Minder.
T'unoral services for Miss Flsle May
Minder, daushtei of Jnrob and tinul
Hinder, who died esteidaj. need six
teen years will b held it the resi- i
denco of her parents. 710 Twentlotn '
-treet northeast tonmtrow at 2 In
"r(ocu intei nient win ti made In
Richard P. Quivers.
Tunernl ser Ices for likhard Pma.
ton Qulra. who died Monday, aged I
ills: t V 4I I' t l'(tl n, )t 111 uu lliilll ai ills
late resl lonce .S'J Delaware avenue
ioithwest, toiroiiow at 1 o'clock.
Funeral serices for llenrv Welz. 1,
who died Monday, weie held today at
his lat residence. 3JT1 !' street north
west, thenre t II dv Trinity Church,
where requiem muss was cclcbrsicd.
A&rmcrii was pilvate.
Tlie pci loin es of the Hed i loss
muses in Serbia w'-o were caught by
the onrushing ninils and saw scrvic
along the ustiial battle Unci., are dt
scrlbcd bj one of the nurses in u letter
that has just been r. ceived b the
Red t ross Magazine The nurse sas
she and In't associates had bren lfi
a. Nish in chaige of the hospital lot
f-eiblaii oiphans, but when the aimles
mhanced on Nihil tliev became suigkal
nurses foi the wounded In battW
They were actually on the firing lines
at times, and weie called upon to do
all sort3 of service. She says they were
offered an oppoi tunity to retlie to tho
rear, but declined, as thev belited it
to be thiir duty to sta with their lios-
Tht Red Cross buieau of Infoi matioii
announces It baa been infoimed thai
mall addressed to that part of Poland
In Cue possession ot the C ntral Pow
pis, has been returned marked "No
-?yoL7ro'.'r o.v' yo rscJtz
Watching "RabbitV" jump. In front
seat, left to right SYLVANTS
STOKES, JR., aiyl THOMAS
MORGAN, JR. In the tear seat
are MISS Rl'TH HITCHCOCK
and MISS BLAXTHARD SCOT!'.
I D. A. R. Plan Reception.
Plans fo t leeeptlon which will I)'
tindfri t t" all 'ocal rhintfis of the
aiiKh1i' f tbi American Revolution
i.l the Parish Mondtj. Wi r dlscu.is. 1
1 I i iTetlnc of i 'oil' ulii.i liaptr-i list
idpht it which the recent. Mrs ('herbs
S IIer. inesliKd Ml' P'ora Hi ell
linf!"!'! Grimes nddres 1 the inee -Ing
The Wiring of Finished
Houses Is Our Specialty
Not the slightest muss your household arrangement
will not be disturbed. Every workman in our employ is an ex
pert The cost of wiring your We sell every conceiva'Dh
home is inconsiderable the electrical device that makes
convenience of electricity is for labor-saving and comfo.t
remarkable. in the' home.
Borner Electric Co.
office 421 Colorado BIdg. Phone Main 7439
RALPH t'Ul I IN and
Brightwood Body Meets.
i in- i.rismwoou i-uih i uizi li"
nlion will nifit .it s o . Iin K iohilIiI
.m Hum Hull (irjri,l.i .im
Longfellow Miett noiibwi t
Hth Mount. "RABBIT."
Mid-Citv Bodv to Dine.
Mlil-( it (
I i oil
Itlzi ns' Association will
I buffet siipp. i mill
i Is this m ning at the
Next Saturday-January 29th
The Motor Shows Number
GIRLS! TRY II!
mWM, ss r
Every particle of dandruff
disappears and hair stops
Draw a moist cloth through
hair and double its
beauty at once.
Your hair becomes lUht, w.-oy, llufly.
abi.nilniit and appears us Mifl. lustrous
und beautiful as a oiihk ultl's after a
"UaniJerlno hair cleanse." Just try thts
- inolsten a cloth with a little Uandcr
lno and carefully draw It through your
hair, tnklpij ono small strand at a
time. Tills will cleanse the lmlr of dust,
ulrt und excessive oil and In Just a few
moments jou have doubled the beauty
of our hair
Besides beautifying the hair at once
Pandciinc dissolves cverv particle of
dandruff, cleanses, purines and IiivIk
ointcii the scalp. foreer stopping Itcli
Ing and failliiK hair.
Hut what will .neuse you most will
be after a few weeks' uso wlien juu
will actually seo new hair lino and
downy a' llrst ev bjt icallv now
hall urowliiff all over the calp. If
miu cue I jr pieltj, toft hair mid lots
of it surely et a -i-cent bottle of
U'liowlton's IJandeiiiie fioni am di in,
j;lsl nr tolUt co'intei, find i list ti it
finxc ini'i halt' l!t"iiuif it' Y ni
will ta this tin, bcii Jj cents uu
ever spent AdM.
The only extra- fere ttatn Chicago dbs Atopies
Limited to Stsrty persons
Male your reservations
will leave Derborn Station, Chicago
Tuesdays, beginning January 4
D. V Jontir, TaisAgt.,
l"n jn Trust Bldg ,
W-hinRton, l. C.
l'lianc, Main 7S77.
kZy ' ' NUMBER -
Be sure to get your copy. It will
contain, besides the regular motor
news of the day, many features
of vital interest to every motorist