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THE .WASHINGTON TDIES. FRIDAY, 3IAY 2-1. 191S.
NEW RECORO FOR
BIN'aHAMTON.'N. Y. May U4, Mrs
KailttMne- 8t.'non avlatrlx. will be
nnsbie to leave ningharaton before 2
octo4k thU afternoon on her trip
(rem Chicago to New York I.ack of
gssolr compelled Miss Stlnson to
make m Undine north of this city
last evening, and a high wind turned
nttr her machine and resulted In a
brorn propeller a she brought it,
to a standstill on a high hill
Miss Ftlnssn established a new
American non-stop record by flying
dm t'hieagu ,t Blnghemton. a dla
tance or 7M mllas. without landing-.
The alati. iade an average of
Anly.elght ralj an hour for the
xns SMnson. rhn l carrying fhl
eago mall to Xrw York. I waiting In
Binghamton for a Hew propeller which
htr trip to NW Twk.
SPLAKER WILL DISCUSS
' Eurene F. Trunin?, a member of
the. t'hieaco bar. will eoesk on "The
Morals of fieorge Washlnrton" at the
tpicrtlng or the. Washington Ethical
Rorlttr et the Hotel Lafajette at 11
o'rloeU. Sunday miming. The public
Mr. Prusslnr's- address wllf -deal
lt the education, the studles.'and J
3h racial development -or vtaening.
len's Hfe. Thr speaker has bejn a
student ID ethical fields for several
j-ears and U writing a book, upon the
aabjeet . '
They liven your liver and
bowels and you feel fine
Den't stay headachy, bilious,
with breath bad and
A Trry sraod
art far only.. .
Fillings That Stay In. Gold,
Alloy, Enamel, SI. Silver,
Amalgam, Cement, SOc
jWOflK WHILE YOU SlEEPf
DL?- WHITE, 407 7tlv ST.
The llat Kaaltary Dental Office la Waehlastaa. Opposite Waal
warth'a 6e mad ISe Store. Telepbanet llala 1.
Honrer Dally. 8t30 A. T. t roo P. Jt. iuadayai 10 A. M. ta 1 P. M.
nDr. J. K. Freiot, Prop.
Four Important Reasons
Why You Should Bank Here
1. The sound financial character of this
2. The complete and excellent banking
facilities provided for customers.
3. The liberal interest paid and the con
sideration accorded to depositors.
4. Two offices' in the city's busiest sections
mak&it most accessible.
Accounts opened at either office are
Available at both.
The Washington Loan and
S60 F Street.
2 on Check Accounts
Zco on Time Deposits
Tjie Bed Cross is calling its challenge is fair
"What have you done today?
Have you assumed burdens, just all you can bear?
Then think of the boys as they fight "over there"
And give till it hurts and then double your bhare
, What have you done today?
Times, May 21, 1918.
Called By Death
cffiftaaVm jbbbm laaaBaaHr
Funeral services were held today
t Dodck Clothing and Fur Company.
i SST Seventh sireeienoriiiwest, arm a
t business man of Washing-ton for
twenty-five sears, who d:ed at Oar-
field Hospital yeaterday of heart dis
ease. The service were at the home.
. 2123 Kighteenth. street northwrst, and
' were conducted by lUbbls Grossman
Mr. Dodek was 'born In Ituisia flf.
Is -one years aio and came .to Amo'r -
Ica In ISM. lie came to Washington
in 1S33, and started his clothing and
fur "business. He was a director of
the Central Savings KanU and a
member of a number of Jewish or
ders. He Is survived by a widow, a son.
1 H. H. Dodek. now In a msclsine gun
company at Camp Meade; Md.; three
daughters, Mrs. F. G. Mandek of
i Brooklyn, X. Y.. and the Misses
I Fennie and Eva Dodek.
.'FUNERAL SERVICES HELD
FOR SLAIN POLICEMAN
Attended by Major Raymond W.
J Full man. -superintendent of policethe
llaspcc'.ors. precinct captains, lieu-
tenants and many policemen, the fun
eral services tor i.tsuu uavia 1. uun
igan were held at 10 oclock this
inAmlng .at' the Church of the Im
maculate Conception. Tne Rev. M. J.
Rlordan sunc the requleni hlghraass.
Four sons and two hplrwB of Lieu
tenant Dunlgan were the pallbearers.
They were: David J , Raymond I.,
Francis F, and Walter B. Dunlgap,
and Frank II. and Thomas A. Helaii,
nephews. Interment v was In Mount
The-largesl detail of policemen that
I has ever attended the funeral of any
member of tbe polic department Is
said to have paid tribute today to the
The feer raplta weekly eansaBai
tlea af rxtateee In Ccnuir la 18
' qnarfat In Aastrla-Tlnniiai-y, 8 quarts.
, erhllr 'fa the 'Called State It la.'anl'jr
, If it's sanitation that you want,
both in surroundings and work,
visit Dr. White in his fine dental
.office, All of his work is guaran
teed by reason of the quality and
expertness of his' work.
SETS OF TEETH THAT FIT
Tbe bet act
fa be had CI C
anywhere at ulu
COLD CnOtVX AM) DRIDGC
Made ml thr very hlgheet
quality of said. Si-karat. (-
Onr prlee' l per I th... JO
LARNEn, BRANCH OFFICE.
President. 620 Seventeenth Street
NEWMAN, SLA YER OF JITNEY
MAN, IS A JEKYLL AND HYDE
TUB TIMM bas aaked Dr. D Perry Hick
ling, eminent a'lectlt poehologlst and crtru
Inoloclst. to study charts of the rhystocomles
of fi&raue' c. Gamble ar.d Robert U. Nofnan.
contorted slayer of John P. Wtrtee. and ef
KalherlLe Downer II lrff,a. tbe e.:hteen-yeax
old sir! bo had part !n tut eocj'iacy to kill
The rbtlocnomlcal charts were drawn by
I xt- uiciuon. THfi tiuu auui. ana are
rmrLhlr falfhftil Mnlrutale of the featarea
o the two relfcnfecsed stajers and. their
woman companion. In niaktrta; a bat at bet
rouM be hut k cursory itiidy. the etudent of
psychology may dlrcover kererat, outrtarMInxv
oonilrant cnarscterutlcs in eacn or ine races,
rays Dr Hlc-kllne. Dr Hlcktinr flnrfs the
fol owir.s craracterletir. domirraat la the
chart of Robert 1 Newman's bee;
Robert t. Nowman, twenty-three-
years of age, confessed accomplice In
the slaying- of John P. Wcrrej, is the
most remarkable type of the three
concerned In the murder, according ta
Dr. Hickllng. He rinds as fellows:
JJow wo" come to the. most remark
able type 'of the three Implicated iu
I John P. Werres' death,
ncwimn ni inc ijpicai vrHi
ear. Note Its irregular, outstanding:
lines. Combined with the rest of th
Jaw and face It makes this fart
markedly that of a reveraion to. tyre
lower type the animal.
Here Is a veritable "Dr. Jekyll anJ
Mr. Hyde" of Robert Louis Steve.t
This man In his heredity on one
side has the animalistic and the' brut
ish dominant. On the other side of
hu ancestry" was fhe higher mental,
the more renned.
In this man'a life there' is a con
stant battle between his .two selves.
the good and the evil. He - Is a
chameleon-man. When he Is with
I good companions, surrounded by jqoU
en franmenral conditions, he la an
inoffensive, weak, good-naturad fel
low. Evil Side Crops Oat.
When he Is In the association of
evil and vicious companions his evil,
vicious other self crops out, and he
The broad angles of the Jaw and
chin Indicate, development, while they
show the brutal savage development
so often found In those- of strong
Note the difference In the ttfo
eyes. One Is the eye of a cave man,
a brute, shallow, glass'.
The other Is the droopy, wak. eye
of the mentally defective.
The brow Is rather well devalooed.
and is worthy of better company than
Newman apparently kept.
This brow indicates that at times
Newman tinder proper environment
would have flashes of the higher
mentality, but he would, under a -reversal
of conditions. Immediately
lapse back into the lower mentality
ck la lteflaed-
The neck, not well shown in the
chart, is refined, jn keeping with the
forehead. But the face in the enr
semble shows lack of continuity of
purpose. It shows a man who is the
plaything of his two selves, torn
constantly between the Impulses of
his good and his evil natures.
Now take an envelope. Bisect the
face, concealing the left half. When
you change and view the left half df
the face you will And a startling
metamorphosis in the man.
The right face is that of a brute
man. Note the open, vacuous eye an
eye that really belongs to Gamble.
Note the line of tbe Jaw, thr Darwin
ear; the drawn, evil expression of the
mouth, the development of the Jaw
angle and the chin. This Is the "Mr.
Hyde" in Newman. It is the evil
Newman who, chameleonlike, takes
on the savagery of his companions.
This half of the Face would shed a
fnis nan or me lace wouia enca a
fellow-man's blood, would do a brutal,
Weak, Drsoplag Eye.
JCow with your envelope conceal
the right half oflhe face and reveal
the other man In Newman.
N'ote the contour of the forehead.
the weak, drooping. Indolent left eye.
the sensuous lips, the smile of a
"good fellow." and the softer line of
the left lower Jaw, the ear lying
closer to the head. !
Here Is the weak Newman, though 'streamed down from her face and her
the better Newman, it Is true. This j cheeks were red as berries fioin her
half the face, tinder .good environ- j exertions.
ment. would be Inoffensive. It would; About a thousand doughbos were
never commit a crime. perched on red tie roofs of adjoin-'
The left half of th-vface H lacking ins i,ousej,, crammed in trucks, and
in moral stamina and coiirag?. It is !,,,.,, al0ft in the branches of trees,
sn indolent fare wllii traces of a ,.... .,. i.n,m.,i n. iibuav
I higher mental plane, but also with i
; a.a VI PCIflUUUI,CUiC. IUIC Ut JJICa
'.ur. ..., it,,- .,, ..ir..,i-.
jtlon, with a clear-Indication of
i lack of will power and self-control.
Rlsht Half Committed Crime.
Had Xewman wanted to escape
' with another companion than
Gamble, he would have chosen other
' The right ha'f of Newman's face
he pel to slay Werres. Immediate!
Destroys The Hair
Girls if you want plenty of thl.-k. ;
'beautiful, glossy, silky hair, do by .ill
'means get rid of dandruff, for It will '
Starve our hair and 'uln it If ou,
don t j
It doesn't do much good to try to j
brush or wash It out. The only eiire i
way to get rid of dandruff Is to dis !
solve It. then you destroy It entirely, i
To do this, get about four qunces of
ordinary liquid arvon: apply It at
night when retiring; use enough to
moisten the scalp and rub it In gent
ly with the finger tips.
ny raomlric. most if not all, of our
dandruff will be gone, and three or ,
four more applications will complete I
ly dl-folve and entirely destroy every '
single sign ind trace of It. i
Vmi n.111 M..., ,.,. .,.-. j.t '
and digging of the 'scalp will jtop.
and your hair will look and feel a
nunarea times oetter. you can -et
liquid arvon at any drug store. It I
Inexpensive and four ounces Is all iou '
Ill need, no mattrr how much dan-
druff yoi hate
This aimple remedy j
J V . "
(Drawn by C. H. Dickson).
ROBERT L. NEWMAN.
Look at this fgce-the face, of one of the alleged slayers of Werres,
' the jitney driver. ' Cover the. left portion of this faee and look at the
right half. You will see there the wicked Mr. Hyde of Newman's per
Eonality; it was this half of Newman that helped kill Werres. Then
look at Ihe left portion. You will see the respectable Dr. Jekyll of
'Newman's make-up; it is this half of Newman that now is remorseful
and repentant. Sftidy this face and read a modern version of Steven
son's strange story of a human chameleon "Dc Jekyll afVMr. Hyde."
the deed 'was done, the left half of
ewmans lace regretted tne a t, oe
came fearful of the consequences.
JITNEY DRIVER'S SLAYERS,
,H CELLS, AWAIT ACTION
OF VIRGINIA GRAND JURY
Their composure fully recovered
following the completion of the
coroner's inquest, Samuel C Gamble,
Robert L. Newman, and Katherine
Bounty Burgesv-fthe former two
self-confeesed slayers of -John P.
Werres. former Government employe
and Jitney (driver, the woman neld
equally guilty with the men In the
crimr? by the coroner's Jury the
three are today settled for the long
stay In their cells at the Alexandria
county Jail until the grand Jury passes
on their cases June IT.
The, opinion of those who attended J
ELSIE JANIS MAKES
DEBUT AT FRONT
AS SOLDIERS CHEER
By JfEWTOX C. PAUKE
(International Ikrvrm Service Stan"
WITH THE AMERICAN ARMV IN
I TRANCE. May 22 (Delayed). Elsie
Janls. famous American actress, made
her debut on the "battle-front cir
cuit" Tuesday afternoon, and faced
her first helmeted audience.
In a 'little village on the Toul front
within easy range of Hindenburg's
gunners. Miss Janis danced and sang
and told stories, finishing up by doing
lively fox-trot with four coatless
doughboys, after she had forced one
, , , . .u
to dlscharce a Iiuse chew of tobacco.
"That's one thing I must draw the
line at." aho exclaimed.
One of Miss Janls stories was In
terrupted by lire from antiaircraft
guns against a Boclie airplane some
uhere in the vicinity.
The stace was a squared ring at
.the toD of a hill on which many sol
idler boy bouts had' taken place. Thei
spotlight was "Old Sol." Miss Janls
i worked so hard to please her soldier.
audience that the perspiration i
rush.hour travelers about the ring-
'ij s .,...
I'. and h,,
glte Ulaie i
I one regular welcome.
The nroersm was opened with a
bunch of stories, and then the
actiess sung songs, accompanied '
a Y. M. C. A. man on a thing that '
' The doughboys Joined in with her
'in one song about the dir.y Uermani.
I In the middle of the song an at-ro-
plane hu-zed meriMi "-om! 14 fiom
the direction of the tiring lii.e '
SUED FOR DEATH Itf
"HIDE AND SEEK" GAME
Wllllapi F Uerry. administrat
the estate of fora V. Rrady. his
year-old daughter, ha. (lied stilt
agalnu the Dorse & Miller "o. for
SIO.0OO damages for personal Injuries
a Ieged to hae been sustained by the
daughter, resulting in her death. !
Mr. Eerr. who is represented by i
Attorneys Mason N". Illchardson and ',
Charles S. Sliree, Jr. alleges that on ,
May 17. 1910. Cora was playing "hide
and seek" with several other chil
dren at the defendants' warehouse at
n and South Capitol streets when a
sliding door tumbled over on her
and crushed her to such an extent as
to bring about her death November
KOLK TO RUN FOR SENATE.
- - - "-v. -, v mj -..
Acnophon P. WW. ey. who iticceeded
the late William J. tone as Senator
from Missouri, has filed his declara-
;z . .
Democratlc candidate tor
office with Secretary of State
Sullivan. Former Governor Folk
alio announced his candldadcy today.
the coroner's inquest, aswell as those
who are conversant with the confes
sions and other facts' surrounding the
crime. Is that the grand Jury, June IT,
will grant all Indictments asked for
by Commonwealth Attorney Frank
If this Is true, all three of the pris
oners wilt go on trial as slayers of
Meantime, Katberlne Burgess Is ap
parently becoming reconciled .to Jail
life and does not complain so much
as previously, although she still asks
that Gamble tie permitted to "call" at
Newman Is the one most closely
watched npw. He Is falling Into a
state of melancholy, broods con
stantly, and shows signs of collapse.
The strain is telling on him each day
more and more, and "his 'keepers are
keeping close watch lest he do him
self some harm.
Gamble's attitude is still unchanged
Elsie stopped and looked skyward,
"What is It. bsvt, a German. I
can't be killed this afternoon, be
cause I have to work tomorrow."
She was heartily reassured and fin
ished the song. The Mr number
was Elsie's overseas version of "Over
There," entitled ijrr Here." She
finished this up by doing a series of
"cart wheels" about the ring, despite
restrictions Imposed by the. narrow
skirt of her blue traveling suit. This
elicited wild applause.
East night she repeated thr stunts
for American avli"ir. spending the
night at Toul with her mother. Miss
, Janls will give similar performance.
"In vlllne-ee liehinri the Tnlll frnnl nn
Irt villages behind the Toul front on
Friday and Saturday.
LIFT OFF CORNS
FREEZOIME IS MAGIC
Costs few cents! Sore, touchy
corns lit t nsht off with
tintrers. No n.iin'
! T?rassi a. A nV..
, --" ------ . , WJ.VIJC uil ft(l Bla"
lug corn, instantly that corn stops
hurting, then ou lift it right out.
j. rtne't hurt one bit. Ves. magic!
n hy wait? Tour druggist sella a
hiijt uuinc ui r retzone for a fir
cent, sufficient to rid your feet of
tiny come or l-reezone for a few
crj uaiu iu, son corn, or corn !
between the toes, and callu-es. I
witnnut soreness or Irritation.
Freeior.e ii the much talked of
ether discovery of a Cincinnati
RANDALL LIQUOR I
The struggle over the Randall dry
amendment In the food production bill
was transferred today frora the. House
to the Senate where there will" be
a lively time until the amendment
Is disposed.of. "-
It goes first, to the Committee on
Agriculture of the Senate. Unless
that committee kills It, the contro
versy will have to be threshed out
on th floor of the Senate,
The Administration Is understood to
be against the amendment and la
expected to exert strong Influence on
Senators to kill 1L The error, u-.. I
made to do so la tbe House but the
strength developed by tbe prohibition
rorces was greatc than anticipated,
If there Is a-oll call on th nmn
oaltlon on the floor of tha Senate, It
Is not a certainty the amendment can
be headed pff. A lot of House mem.
bers squirmed hard-when they. had to
go on -record or a roll calt and a oet
will also be troublesome to a number
Mr. Randall's amendment, as adopt
ed by the House, prevents spending
of over $0,000,000 in the food, produc
tion bill until the President shuts off
the use of foodstuffs, feed, and fruit
for manufacture of wines and beer
Mr. Randall is convinced a maJbrltv!
of the Senate Agricultural Committee,
will support his amendraeatlor one as
The flood of petitions and telegrams'
in behalf of the Randall amendment.!
.. a..... .. ucm. ,i, me nuusc, UCXBJJ
iu puur in on tne senate today.
he following births have been re
ported In the last twenty-four hours:
TAtlner A and Myrtle Watson, boy.
Georf and Ousts Poerner, boy.
Waller B. an Mary Hove, slrt.
Kdvaad S. and Helen Wlndeon, slrt.
Vertir and Ktbel Perry. xu-J. ,
William H. and Ethel Xoble. Ctrl,
Hovard and Florence Xelaon, slrt.
Rorer and Iota Epps. sir!.
The following deaths have been re
ported In the last twenty-fouT hours:
MIrnle NaUlr. U rn.. Sit ITih it. it.
Morcan T. Coddan!. Xi yrs.. 1377 Dumbarton
Hrinan Dodelc SI yrs.. GarlleM Hon.
David T. Dunnlsan. a tti.. Caeualtr Hoi.
James E. Benton. R yrs.. 37 1a. are. nw.
Margaret Gould. K yrs., Second t- ne.
Mary E. Perry. M yrs., i iethf. ne,
John A. Conrad, 7 yra.. 7 Eje it. ne.
Kan i ocei. w rre.. Providence Hoa.
Anna A". Moore, tt m. U13 IrHcr t- nw.
Julia L. Vox. I! jrrs., Garfield IIos.
Margaret E. Haworth, i yrs.. Providence
Virginia S. Carpenter. K yrs.. 1I7 S et. nw.
Hauls Williams. 3 yrs.. I'reedmen's Ho:
Kettle Branch. yrs.. lTeearom's Hoi.
James II. Ta)!or. S3 rre.. IMP Stb et. nw.
Dueele -White. !i yrs.. Columbia Has.
JtmM Holmes. 9 yrs.. TubercDtails Hos.
C. II. HolUn. S3-yrs.. H II it. ne.
-Alice M,. Walker, e yrs.. -Freedmen's Has.
Alrerman jarny. 17 yrs.. Tuberculosis Hos.
Bernlce Hawkins. 9 mes., Vreedmen'a Hos.
Era Je!uuon.M Brr., Uh and 7tb, I and K,
"The per capita weekly consump
tion of potatoe" In Cernuy Is IB
jDartat la Auatrla-Uimcary, 8 quarts,
while la the United States It la only
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Tomorrow A Bargain!
A big assortment of Men's Suits some "Conservative" and someV'
"Young Men's Models"- that are timely exceptional value. Choice .
Blue and (Jrecn Unfinished Worsteds Blue Serge; Green, Blue,
and Gray Flannels, and Fancy Mixtures and Light and Dark Blue
Serge Coat-and-Trousers Suits.
If you are looking for big money's worth here you are. All
Foreign Flag Floats
Over White House for
First Time Since 1812
For the first time since the
occupation of the Capital by th
British in the war of 1812. oldest
attaehss said, the flag of a foreign '
power f.oate over tbe White
It was the royal Italian stand
dard. flown beside the S'ars and
Stripes In honor of the; third an
niversary of Italy's entrance into
tbe world war.
CUSSED THE RED CROSS;
IS PAINTED YELLOW;
FMNT. Mich.. May 21 A clgarpisker
of this city who said, -To hell with
the Red Cross," was seized anu duk-
ed b;t nKT ""n yesterday,
' When Tie emerged from his bath, h
was smeared with yellow paint from
his shoes to the top of his bald head.
AT THETJl PRICES IN
Ask to See No. 360
Tins is a strong statement.
1 The truth of this claim, how
ever is easy to pro.ve. Trya.paxr.
If you are interested in an
extremely smart Oxford, ask
for our model 360. A classic
"English" last made in
rich Burgundy Tan and
Gun Metal, with invisible
eyelets- If you think
you'll have to pay more
to satisfy your personal
standards of quality,
don't do it until you
have seen these oxfords.
Come tomorrow. Re
member the model num
We do not operate or Stores ostler
Women's and Men's Stores in Washington
x 50S Ninth St. 1112 Seventh St.
Bet E and F Si. Bet, L and M Sts.
OPEN ."SIGHT OPES' IGIIT5
913 Pennsylvania Ave., Bet 9th and 10th Sts.
M'hN ..Tt.RIM MtnrTH
"257 STORES IN 97 CITIES",
' Cttyriiil niS. hr Tit
Get Your Money Into the Red Cross
Don't Neglect This Important Duty.
I J I Jll-mll-ISII I 'A
TWO ARE INJURED Hi
Two persons were Injured -th
morning when an automobile opt
ated by Alfred Savage, foriy-t
years old, WQ D street nortoeaat. w
struck and overturned by an aut
mobile driven by Edward J. Stall. T
Park road northwest, at Sixth ana
The injured are Mr. Savage ai
William Maroney, seventeen" yea.
old. 236 Second street northeast Th
suffered from lacerations and bran,
about the faee and body, and we
treated at tha George Washlngtt
University Hospital. Mr. Stult
eaped uninjured. Both aulomobt:.
were badly damaged.
114 AMERICANS WOIINuE
The arrival In this country of r
American wounded, was announced I
Surgeon -General Go r gas today. Klgi
were landed the week of May 10 ac
106 the week or May IT. They hat
been distributed at various point
$2.00 & $350
any oi.er came thaaThe Newark
Knrert Slot ttrt Cs.
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