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THE WASHINGTON Tflvn&S.1 SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19; 1916.
Ide of hor machine, watting for tlm
wind to die down. When sho finally
new tho sale was still hotter than
-thirty mllos nn hour. !
In making tho flight Miss Law Is'
backing herself financially. Her pur
pose, sho says, Is a scientific one. Her I
oniy nope or rowara is a meuai from
the Aero Club of America,
Will Dc Disappointed.
"I have breakfasted In Chicago. If
T don't cat luncheon In New York
city I will bo so disappointed I won't
eat until dinner tlmo tonight, where
ever I may be," Miss Law declared,
Just beforo her start.
Her mechanicians pleaded with her
to postpone tho night until weather
conditions were more favorable.
One of them wept openly, declaring
It was, certain death to undertake the
Miss Law, however, refused to listen
to the pleadings of tier advisers. Him
renounced all claim to daring or
Four Applications for Liquor Li
censes to Come Up.
Additional hearings by the Kxclso
Board will begin tomorrow morning
when four applications will come up.
The board recently completed hear
ing and acting on 300 applications.
Those docketed for tomorrow are:
The Cairo, 1015 Q street northwest:
John J, Ilrosnan, ROD Fourt-und-a-half
street: the Donoghoe Company, 1424
'New York avenue northwest, and tho
wholesale application of Hurry S.
Byrd, 521 G turret northwest.
Other applications for retail liquor
licenses have been (lied as follows:
Jolly Fat Men's Club, 033 D street:
James P. Byrne. 1200 13 street: Ber
nard Endres, loin I street; A. II.
Pliurge, transfer from Michael Duly,
3310 Seventh street; Clarence M.
'"Wlncmlller, 1001 12 street; Martin J
Burke. 027 Four-and-a-half street; Jo
seph F. Cole. 1301 Wisconsin avenue;
Patrick J. Daly, 020 Four-and-a-half
treet, and Jeremiah O'Connor.
Applications for wholesale licenses,
In addition to the one mentioned, ure
the Germun Brewing Company, First
and I streets southeast; Benjamin
Kots, 1005 Sixth street northeast;
Mary Danhakl, 1308 C Btreet south
east; Conrad Page Company; transfer
from 327 Thirteenth street to D street
between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets; the John N. Lawler Com
pany, incorporated, 1004 Pennsylvania
avenue, and Henry C. Talbort, 321
Fourteenth street southwest.
STRICKEN AFTER FETE
iWedding Gayety Brings Back Sor
row Over Husband's Death.
Do You Know Original
Of This' Picture ?
SUIT NOT TO DELHI
Owners May Give Bond to Cover
NEW LONDON, Conn., 'Nov. 10.
Libel proceedings Instituted hero
against tho Eastern Forwarding Com
pany, owners of tho DoutBchland, will
not delay hor In' starting again on her
homeward voyogo to Bremen
TIiIb was mado plain when' the for
warding company's officials were
given to understand that furnishing
of sufficient bond to cover any pos
sible damage proceedings by owners
of the tug T. A. Scott, jr., sunk on
tho Deutschtand'8 Interrupted dash
Thursday, would bo acceptable.
Libel proceedings aro generally
merely tho forchinnerior warning of
Intention to sue.
Interesting Disclosures Likely.
An Interesting phase of the pro
ceedings Is that, If the mattor goes
Into court the exact building cost of
the big sub-sea boat, and the value of
her cargo may be brought out.
Captain Illnsch, of the .Eastern For
warding Company, who was the only
man saved .from the rammed tug, was
out of bed for the first tlmo this after
noon and visited the Deutschltyid's pier.
Ills condition Is such, however, that
those who aro probing tho urcldent will
not ask his testimony for several days,
Tho Deutschland Is' said to be llkily
to mako anJthcr dash for tho open sea
within soyonty-two hours.
Repairs Nearly Completed.
has not yet filed bond In tho libel oult,
ana Deputy Marshal nawiey, wno
served tho papers, kept a man, aboard
tho boat. It Is understood tho, bond
"in do nica oeiore mommy nmui.i
I Repairs, consisting chiefly of straight-
completed lato this afternoon, and wilt
uo entirely compieiea ooiuiu iniyiiuu?,
GETS LICENSE TO WED
THROUGH A KEYHOLE
Prof. Barry, Quarantined, Answers
. Questions to Clerk in Hall.
NEW YOItK, Nov. 10. When Prof.
Frcdorlck Barry, Instructor In Mathe
matics in Columbia University, call
up City Clerk Hcully und said ho was
111 but wanted a marrlago llconsc,
Mr. Scully readily consented to send
a clerk to Professor Barry's homo to
grant tho license.
Prof. Barry lives In an apartment
house at 001 West 113th street. When
tho'clork got fhe'ro ho found a dlph
thorla quarantine sign on the door of
Tho clerk couldn't ontor and Pro
fessor Barry couldn't leavo. Miss
Ada Burt Norrls, of Cambridge, Mass.,
the other porson Interested, was in
the apartment. Tho clerk solved tho
difficulty finally by shouting his
questions whllo standing In tho hall
way, and tho answers wero shouted
back by tho principals on tho other
side of the door.
Then the clerk backed far down
the hall, Prof. Barry opened tho door,
and in full view of tho cleric, al
though twenty feet nwny, tho clerk
witnessed both signatures.
Miss Norrls wuh the wife of Edgar
P, Kchlebe, but divorced him last
BRITISH PUSH L NES
Advance Quarter; Mile Near
Grandcourt in First Snow
Storm 500 Prisoners.
(Continued from First Page.)
opouly assert that the direction of
the world struggle will bo found In
Transylvania and not on tho Homme.
In pursuance of this plan the Aus-tro-Gormans
under von Falkenhayn
aro slowly penetrating Roumanla
through tho Transylvanlan alps, Hon.
manias western boundary, thougli at
a standstill In tho Carpathians.
Mackcnscn's Army Threatened.
In the Dobrudja von Mackensen Is
threatened by two Russian and Rou
manian armies aiming for tho Con-stunxa-Cernavoda
railroad and tho
Danube bridge to prevent an invasion
of Roumanla from the south.
In Macedonia tho allies are attempt
ing to Invade Bulgaria from the
If the Dobrudja and Macedonian
armies can advance. Bulgaria will be
caught between millstones and the
great railroad from Berlin to Con
stantinople, $ho backbones' the cen
tral powers, will be cut.
The rehabilitated Serbian forces
acting with General Barrall's army
by establishing themselves In the out
skirts of Kanena, five miles south of
Monastlr, aro about to Invest that Im
portant stronghold. ,
Whllo this movement is going on
tho Roumanians are doing all thoy
can to stop tho Teutons near Campu
lung and with some success.
Further to the. west In the valleys
of the Alt and Jlul Bucharest ad
mits that tho Roumanians have, again
fallen nacic in tno race or Heavy pres
British Flyers Down
Eight Enemy Aeroplanes
LONDON, Nov. 19. doners! Halg re
ported from the British front tonight
that eight hostllo Aeroplanes hud been
downed In air tights and that thrco
Brlush filers were missing.
Austria Calls Reserves
Of 1876, Zurich Learns
ROME, Nov. 10. Dispatches from
Zurich assert that Austrian military
commanders have approved plans for
a now offensive In tho Betlocomunl
region, and In this connection have
called to tho colors the reserve classes
of,1870 and 1877.
ASK FOR RECOGNITION
Thirteen Applications to Board of
Ugh school fraternities Intend to
put up a determined flght for recog
nition by the Board of Education. Ap
plications to this effect will be filed
this week by thirteen fraternltlcu.
The Sigma Delta fraternity, at a
banquet laBt night, decided to take
all possible steps to fight movements
leading to suppression of "frats In
high schools here.
Tho 'Board of Education will allow
delegates of various fraternities to
come before It and give their side
of the question some day this week.
WAR ONWASTE HERE
Garbage Collected in Washing
ton Runs 20 to 25 Per Cent
(Continued from First Pane.) ,
which are mainly represented In the
higher prlco lists.
"Some folks In this town must be
getting a lot of hash, stews, goulash,
croquettes, and otner second-day
dishes," admitted one cmployo of the
These MgurcH are especially strik
ing In view of a survey made here
several years ago by an expert which
showed the content In richness of
Washington's garbagp to be unusual
Laid to Servants.
This was laid to the wastefulness
of servants, until it was shown that
tho same condition prevailed In sec
rtlons of tho city where servants were
the exception, not the rule.
But the high cost of living seems
to have worked a reformation. House
wives have joined In an unconscious
chorus of "Every little calory has
a meaning of Its own."
They are reading books on food
values, the food bulletins of the De-
Fiartmcnt of Agriculture never were
n greater demand, and housewives
aro reaming to buy only what they
need as well as utilizing overy left
LAItflE STONE bunxla fl lux: lnnptct horn
of C. V. nuuell, Montagu t 2 q. N. of
18th it. reservoir ; rra 2 baths, warm, cosy.
Reproduction of the Oil Painting,
Whose ulentity Is Being Sought.
Just as the gucsta at a wedding feast
at 3C3 Brothers place southeast, had
departed last evening, an ambulanco
dashed up to tako Mrs. Roso Yannickl,
a. atster of tho bridegroom, to Casualty
Mrs. Yannickl, It was said at the hos
pital today. Is suffering from a nervous
hock and hysteria.
Mrs. Yannickl has been worrying
over the death of her own husband, and
the gayety of tho wedding feast last
venlng. It is believed, caused a reac
tion which affected her dceDly.
Attention was attracted to Mrs. Yan
nickl' a room by a pistol shot. Police
man Larry Farquhar, who waa nearby,
hurried to tho home. ....
Ho said the revolver from which the
not had been nrea was an oia ono ana
that some of the shells In It had turned
FOR UNWRITTEN LAW
'Advocates Whipping Post and
Lash for Home Breakers.
SEEKS THE OWNER 0
R. P. Tollman Wants to Learn
History of Painting He
Bought From Storage Co.
TOLEDO, Ohio, Nov. 19. Bishop
Frank Du Mollne of the Episcopal di
ocese of Toledo, In an address here
upheld the unwritten law and advo
cated the whipping post for "moral
"Shooting Is too good for the moral
leper who dares to take from another
man all that Is dear to his hoart," he
"Physical fear Is the only method of
reaching suoh men. I would revive
the Old whipping post and lash the
home-breaker before his fellow men."
Gaelic Society to Meet.
Francis J, Hemelt, Ph. D will speak
en "The Welsh Comic Character In
Shakespeare." at tho regular monthly
meeting of the Gaelic Society of Wash
ington, Tuesday, at 8 p. m., at Hickman
atudlo, 1340 New York avenue northwest.
THE WEATHER REPORt7
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irtct of Columbia Fair tonight and
Monday.Bomewhat warmer tonight,
IfiwlT eoutlv and west winds.
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Who Is tho original of a portrait of a
handsome gentleman, of about middle
age, with a tlrm mouth and good eyes,
painted about I860?
And who Is the owner of the portrait?
This query has reached the Chambor
of Commerce, accompanied by a photo
graph of tho poi trait. And tho question
has been turned over to Tho Times.
R. P .Tollman sent tho photograph to
tho Chamber of Commerce. He bought
the portrait, he Bald, from tho Fldollty
Storage Company, for Btornge charges.
Ho has since becomo curious to learn
tho original of the portrait, he owner,
and tho artist.
The portrait was bought from the
Fidelity Storngo Company, and Inquiry
there rovcaled tho fact that the picture
was originally brought to Washington
and turned over to them by a Mrs. F.
A. Wllklns, of Roscmont, Vu. Since
that time, nothing has been head from
Mr. Tolman states he believes the por
trait was painted by an artist by the
name of Spencer.
Inquiry at Roaemont waa fruitless,
and nothing could bo learned of Mrs.
Ballet Russe Arrives
Here on Special Train
In a special train long enough to
bring a circus to town, Dlaghlleft's
Ballet Ruhbo rolled Into Washington
at 1 :10 o'clock this afternoon.
Eight baggage cars bore the cos
tume crcdrlons of Leon Bakst, and
the unHiial scenic Investiture of tho
productions, and seven Pullmans boro
Nljlnsky, Bolm, Lopokova, Revalles,
and. tho company of forty other
dancers, and symphony orchestra of
The opening performance of tho
ballet will bo at the Belasco tomorrow
CIrb Tuesday Ewnlnss.
1312 Q ST. N. W. PHONE NORTH 6841.
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BUN AVD TUt'OV TABLE.
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Moon rises 12:40 a.m.
Moon sets 1:25 p.m.
Light automobile lamps at 5:22 p.m.
Phone Main 0310
W. Q. II. IU Watch Inspector
N, E. Cor. 0th and fi Sts. N. W.
Second Floor, Room 15
Dr, i:. M. Sl'AID
Optometrist and Optician
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tnat you can use in any room (
in the house
Electric Percolators S7.00
Electric Toasters 11.75 up
Electric Toaster Stoves. . . .so.00
Electric dialing Dishes, .fo.no up
Electric Curling Irons $3.70
Electric Nursery Warmers. .98.50
Electric Washing, Ironing, Elec
tric Cleaners, tije.
Carroll Electric Co.
714 12th St.
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