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THE WASHINGTON HERALD TUESDAY. JANUARY 7, 1913.
Pure Lard, lb.,
Smoked Picnic Shoul
Corned Shoulders lb.,
A lard substitute, lb.,
Pig Tails, lb..
Sliced Sacon, lb.,
Selected Eggs, doz.,
Millbrook Eggs, extra
selected and graded for
weight and size; in seal
ed cartons, each egg
Elgin Creamery Butter,
Swift's Premium 01eo,lb.,
New Sauer Kraut, qt,
Norway Mackerel, Pat
and White, each,
Potomac Herring, doz.,
Fancy North Carolina
Yams. Try Them. - pk.
Large Sweet Florida Or
anges ,176 size. Doz.,
Ripe Florida Grape
White Potatoes, peck,-
Yellow Globe Onions,
Old Dutch Market,
330 I.o. Kir. T.. W.
flth and C Ma. S. E.
31st and M Ma. X. V.
71h t Que Mx. . TA.
1111 II St. . E.
1632 ortb Capllol St.
3420 Ga. Air. V V.
1035 14th St. . W.
7th A B M. .. E.
1778 U Mreet ?f. V.
3113 Hl- St. . V,.
The Market of
Eterythtng the brst at leu than lb usuil price
Prompt, etmrteoc Mrrtoa,
Edward F. Davis,
KrmoTFd to H 13th 8L. ccrocr Part EoaA.
Glf Votes tn Tb Htrald E5.CD0 -"
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We Cue VMM la The Mrraldo $3000 Contest
CONOMY MEAT MARKE
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409 Third St. N. W.
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908 C Stroet N. W.
We ctve Herald S25.000 contest rotes.
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ure of quality Is assured.
COLE & SWAN, L8.?;,r
i arlie Herald SS5.000 contest votes.
Labor Leader Defends Dyn
amiters for Tactics Against
JURIST GUILTY OF CRIME
Government by Dynamite .Will Be Re
sult of Government by Injunction,
Says Federation President
Go eminent by dynamite, if it ever
becomes a realm, -a 111 be tile direct re
sult of Kcnernment lij injunction, ac
cording to Samuel (Jumpers, president of
the American Federation of Ijsbor. who
5estcrdai appeared before the Senate
Judlclar Commitee to defend the Clay
ton anti-Injunction bill ana mciueniaiiy
to comment on the declvlon whereby
thirty-three, structural Iron workers were
convicted of shipping djnamlte for un
lawful purposes He aiialled the parti
sanship of the Judse in Indianapolis who
comirted the dvnamlters andarirued that
een if the were Ruilt they had Justi
fication In the lone oppression which
thej had suffered at the hands of manu
facturers "It should count for something said
President Gompcr. "that in this case
one set or men appear imucu o "-
tomes s for clients as against oincrs wno
represent a great principle In comment
ing upon the bill before our committee
I would call attention to the case, con
cluded in its first stage, at least. In
which men of a great labor organization
w-ere found guiltj of shipping dnamlte
through the States. I find It necessary
to meet the charges made and the In
sinuations which ha.e been hurled at
organized labor since this case began
Defend" Mnictnral Ironworkers.
"In order tint I may not be mis
reported I hae Jotted down n few
note It is eas to exrlaln, condemn
and plt but It Is hard to understand
I wish this committee to consider these
men pilloried b public opinion and the
Judge gullt of a great crime against
socieU I wish the committer also to
conlder that In pite of the grinding
ronclenccles tsran of those who em
ploy, there are men in society who would
haceverj member of the Iron workers
union cast out How man of these men
hae conquered without blemiMi to them
How man of the-e self-appointed
censors can JuMlv Judge the men con
victed Turn to the great cities Watch
one of those huge buildings, towering
twent). thlrt. and fifty stories In the air
The men who constructed those buildings
are men whose li-.es are in the open.
The structural ironworker breathes dan
ger and conquest Would such a man
not hB daring and recklessne-s In his
heart No weakling could do such work
The time might come when the struc
tural ironworker would ay that human
safet must not weigh too hea-.ll'
against society Thee men work for
grtat romo""'"-" " '
. .' - a re
i. ' . k-
.wini tnese union
men fatuou! declared that government
b Injunction is better than po eminent
li dynamite The worth Judge. In his
blindness, refused to see the truth, and
the unwarranted chancter of his re
marks shows how far afield he went to
take another slap t orgnnlzed labor
Assuming, for the sake of argument that
these men were gulltv of the crime of
which the were charged is it not eW
dent that goernment b djnamlte is the
result of go eminent h injunction"
President Gompers then read a reolu
tlon adopted b the United States Steel
Corporation in which that conpan
clired Itself oppMd to the extension of
rrganizeil Ubor and urgd its suhsldiar.
ofllci ils to see that care was ued In
keeping organized laltor out of
United Stites Steel mills
Gompers attacked Detective William
J. Bums and challenged him to produce
an evidence to support his assertion
that his trails In the dynamiting con
spiracv ld to the American federation
of Labor investigation
SLEET STORM GRIPS CHICAGO.
Killed nnil Score Hurt na
lte.nlt of slipper; streets.
Chicago. Jan . One man was killed
a score hurt, and traffic seriouslj Im
peded bv a sleet storm that has held
Chicago in its grasp for twents-four
hours A twent-mile wind drove the
frozen rain before it and coated side
walks and paements with ice Street
cars were seriouslv delicd, automobiles
Impeded and traffic on the elevated lines
Andrew Muuauzhunskv fell down
flight of ice-coated steps and died of a
.The sleet storm was largely locil
surrounding sections snow fell
To Core Constipation,
Don't dose the sstem with a lot of dan
gerous habit-forming drugs Phjslclans
everywhere nre now prescribing HofTs
Lemon Sefdlltz. the good-tasting scldlitz
powder Ail druggists sell IL
George 8. Abraham 23 of Richmond a., and
Cei Kajrtt. Id cf Norfolk. a nrr J ilioom.
Edwam J nrnao. 3 ef ritlhwrs. Pa., and
Oaitr Belle Landr Z Rrr J Gln'bak
Williim R. ItI1on. 3 and aliua Moon. 3. botb
cf Lrocfaburer a.
It. K. Jones 3, ard Ida CTlt 3.
J Pmitnn 3 and EJella Tjlcr 30.
M Stewart. 14 and Itnth Rammi 2
J F. Harler. 15 and Cora JI Mien 19
O C W Hey. H and Mamie V llln Jn
O. U RrH. 2. and Lillian Rarbrr S.
L. Woodson 3 and Dornthr M. Turner. Is.
Get the Original and Genuine
The Food-drink for All AgeSt
For Infants, Invalids, and Growing children.
Invigorates the numpgmotherandthe aged.
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
A quick land) prepared in a susie.
Take no tnbrtihtte. Aikfor HORLICK'S.
STIMSON ASS FOR $l,5qp.
Wanta Better Protection of White
Ifonse from "Fire Loss.
Secretary Stlmson sent to (tho Hous
yesterday a request for Jl.ouo appropria
tion for the better protection of the
"White House from losaMrom fire.
The communication says that the same
mains which supply the Are hydrant
In the rear of the White House also
supply the mansion Itself, the fountain.
the executive offices and other services,
and that In the event these were In use.
It might seriously reduce the pressure In
the hydrants at time of fire. He asks
for an Independent water main as add!
CENTRAL LABOR UNION
TO ASK INVESTIGATION
Names Committee to Probe Workings
of Money Washing Machine
Permission Is to be requested of the
(Secretary of the Treasury by a com
mlttee of the Central Labor Union. t(
investigate the working of the paper
money washing machine at the Treas
ury. In the opinion of the labor or
ganization, the money being subjected
to Its treatment is being faded beyond
all recognition, which tends to make
counterfeiting easy. The matter was
Introduced by delegate P. J Ran
Members appointed upon the commit
tee to make an Investigation are
Charles F. Smith. John II Lerch. I.
A. Stem. John A. McDonald, and John
The union also reiterated Its protest
against the anti-growler law A com
mittee was appointed to appear before
the excise board Wednesday and sub
mit a protest
New officers chosen by the union last
night were Frank A. KIdd. president
delegate from the Typographical
Union: John A McDonald, .lce presl
dent, delegate from the plumbers: John
B. Colpos. secretary, (eighth term of
office). Newton A James, financial sec
retary: Luke F. Ludlow, treasurer, and
sargeant-at-arn-.s. Joseph Clark Trua
tees chosen were W. T llaum, P A
Sucrue. and Frank Rom The new off!
cers were installed by the retiring pres
ident. Milton Sneillngs.
FOR LINE OF PARADE
Formal Request for Uie of the Avenue
on March 3 Is Made by Miss
Pressure s being brought to bear upon
the District officials to the nd that the
desired permission he granted the
lions! body of women to hold tlielr
unique pageant on Pennsjlvanla Avenue
March 3. Formal request was submitted
to Mai Richard Svlv ester, superintend
ent of police, in the name of the con
cresstonal committee or the National
Woman Suffrage Association, hv Mlsi
Alice Paul, its representative, vrsterdav
The following line of march was desig
nated In the petition.
Starting at the Peace Monument
the base of the Capitol steps, passing
alone Pennslvania Aenuc past the
south sldo of the Treasurj. thence be
tween the Treasurj and the Kxecutl
Mansion to Pennsvlvania Avenue, along
Pennsilvanla Amue to Seventeenth
Street, down Seventeenth to Continental
Hall, the procession forming at ; p
and ending in a mass meeting at Conti
Officers at suffrage headquarters ar
confident thit their petition will he
granted Prominent among the resident
workers are Mrs Harvey W llev Mrs.
John llkie. Mrs Helen Ft Tindill. Mrs
Walter Clephan' Mrs Thomas Cook.
Miss Marv Powell Miss Delia Jack on.
Mrs Daniel Paul Miss Harriet Htfton
Mrs Arthur Ramsay, Mrs MUIam Reck.
Mrs J R, Wlthfr Mrs. W R Stuart,
Mls Josephine Mason. Mrs Dana Du
rand, and Dr Kolkmar
A letter thanking Secretary Mac
Veagh for his cordial permission to use
the -outh plaza of the Treasury Build
ing for tabliaui from th pageant, was
pent him by Mrs Elizabeth Thacher
Kent In behalf of the workers, jester
day New members of the idvlsory com
mlttee announced vesterday were Col
and Mrs Blount Col and Mrs. Mieldon
Allen Da. Senator and Mrs Suther
land Representative and Mrs. 'William
Kent, and former Chief of the Secret
Service John Wilkie
TO KEEP "TABS" ON ICEBERGS.
Reglming about April 1 two fast ships
of the Lnlted Sftes Na will patrol
the steamship lanes of the North t
lantic Ocean, for the purpose of dis
covering and warning ships of the pres
ence of ice In the routes of liners It
was stated at the Navy Department jes
terdav ufternon that the scout cruisers
Salem and Birmingham probablv will be
selected for this patrol The patrol will
be maintained as long as the southward
drift of icebergs Into the path of the
trans-Atlantic steamers continues The
reports of the patrol ships will be sent
out bj wireless, both to vessels at sea,
and to the Naval Hjdrographlc Office In
A similar patrol was Instituted last
Mav, following the sinking of the Ti
tanic April 15. as the result of a collision
with an Iceberg This jear It Is Intended
to begin the patrol at an earlier date,
in time to anticipate the southward
movement of the icefields. This course
was recommended by Chief Hvdrographer
Cooper. S N . In his annual report.
It is believed that besides rendering val
uable aid to shipping Interests by giving
advance reports of the presence of Ice
In the steamship routes, much data
be gathered regarding the movements of
Ice. and means of detecting its presence
PLACED IN ALIENIST'S CHARGE.
Antbon) Haul AVIII lie Escorted t
Snnntorlnni In riilcnicn.
Anthony Hunt, wealthy landscape
architect, clubman, and society man.
Chicago, who Imagined he had been 'ap
pointed ambassador to the Court of St.
James, and called at the White. House
to discuss with President Taft the prob
lems of lining the vacancy caused by
the death of Whltelaw Reld. was deliv
ered jesterday Into the custody of an
alienist engaged by relatives and prob
abl will be escorted to Chicago and
placed In a sanatorium.
Hunt, formally charged with insanltv
Dy sanitary umccr sroufe on an affida
vit sworn by Policeman W. S Brady.
who arrested th architect at the White
House, was observed by physicians at
the Washington Asylum Hospital jes-
tcraay, round to be harmless In his Im
agination and alleged temporary de
rangement and released In the care of
the specialist In mental and nervous
troubles, whd was retained by the Hunt
It is believed that Hunt's aliment Js
due to overwork and that rest and care
ful treatment will restore blm ito a
The only coffee produced In the United
States is grpwn In Porto Rico, Hawaii,
and the Philippine Islands.
FATHER ON JURY
John E. Humphries Held on
True Bills Charging For
gery and Embezzlement
SIX COUNTS RETURNED
Bank Teller Also Accused of Making
False Entries in Books to Corer
Forgery, embezzlement, and making
false entries in the books of the bank
are the charges contained 1b three In
dictments returned by the grand Jury
yesterday against John K. Humphries,
twenty-nine )cars old, former note teller
of the Commercial National Bank. The
total of the notes alleged to have been
forged Is $21,324. A remarkable Incident
of the case was that William T
Humphries, father of young Humphries,
was a member of the grand Jury.
The charge against Humphries Is that
he embezzled money while in the employ
of the bank and used It In stock specu
lation. When the money was withdrawn
from the bank an alleged forged note waa
placed In the bank by him as teller. In
place of the money. It Is claimed that
whin these notes fell due Humphries
substituted other forged notes The six
notes referred to In the Indictment were
found In the possession of the hank when
the disclosure occurred last July during
an examination by a bank examiner.
Auirt E. Radert. special agent of the
Department of Justice, had made an ex
amination of the teller's books at the re
quest of Assistant United States Attor
ney Huidekoper, and Radert's name and
that of John Poole, cashier of the bank,
appetr as the only witnesses In the In
dictment It Is said that Humphries waa
interviewed by Mr. Huidekoper before he
was arrested and that he confessed He
was held August 1 b United States Com
missioner Taylor for the action of the
Six Counts In Indictment.
The indictment consists of six counts
and alleges that between March 21. 191.
and April i;. 1312. Humphries forged sot
promissory notts. The first count treats
of a note for 11.000 dtted March 21. pur
Isjrtlng to N signed for the standard
Motor Compan by F S Bliven. presi
dent, the second Is for J5.0X). dated
March 23. and signed with the name of
f II Ducha) . the third is for $5.'", and
purports to be signed bj the Terminal
Tax cab Corrpan The name of J G
McCrorej . Co is alleged bv the fourth
count to have been forged to a note for
JJM) W H Moses is the nunc ap
piaring as a maker of a note for K-.V'
charged In the fifth count as a forgery
Th sixth count charges the forger) of
a note for J324. with the n imc of Kdith
C Mitchell signed to It All the alleged
falso notes bear the Initials A. O C.
purporting that l'res dent Clapnam had
passed on them as desirable
The embezzlement indlctmtnt charges
that on Januar IT. 1"1D, Humphries em
bezzled funds of the bank, willfull) mis
applied such funds, and converttd thtm
to his own use, and converted and ab
stracted the funds wlthnu a -it
from the directors of the 1 '
third Indictment Is for fait ir m
the bank's books, alleged to jic i .
made from January 17 to Ju j
with intention to defraud the v.
to cover up alleged pecula i
mitted bv him
HOLDS AGAINST HOTEL MAN.
In an opinion handed down Jesterday
hj Chief Justice Shcpard. of the Court
of Appeals, the court denies the motion
of counsel for Kdjvard J Gardiner, pro
prietor of the Grand Hotel, to recall the
mandate to Polite Court directing the
revocation of Gardiner s lkaior license
Gardiner was convicted In Police Court
list summer on a charge of "dispensing
liquor to Ulllin Spencer a minor, and
whs fined J2T. b) Judge Pugh. who re
fused, however, to revoke the license
An appeal was taken b the Corpora
tion Counsel, and the Court of Appeals
ordered the revocation of the license
Fisher runernl To-In.
Funeral services for William F Fisher,
formerly connected with the National Bo
tanic Garden, who ated suddenly last
Sunday morning, will be held at St
James' P E Church. Eighth Street, be
tween B and C Streets Northeast, at
S 3) o'clock this morning.
U 6 Dept. ef Arriculture Weather Bureau.
Washington I C. Jan. 6. 1SU-1 p ra.
It will b much older Tuesday in th Ohii and
Lnser MimMpjH alio a and the Eaat Ou!f States,
tne l.rlr Le remin ana wesera iiuer i.
reason, and ovder Ttiesdu nkht or Wednesday in
the Caateru turner taka recim and ths Atlantis
State. It will GonUmte cold TurMlay In tna Cen
tral West and Southwest, followed by ruin tem
perature! Wednesday In the Gentnd Rocky Moun
tain rrril. the :vnrthweat. ana the Iir west it
will bt warmer TVocMay and Wednesday '
There win ne snows and raina Tuesday east ct
the MLesissJppi Hirer, rmbably oombmira Wednes
day in lh Atlantia Mates and alon the Lower
Lakes. In the wee the weather will tie lair,
except la the North Padflc States, where there will
r rain Tuesday and Wednelay. and In the ex
trerna Xcrthwrat. where local snows are probable
Midnlfht, 35. 1 i. nx. 34: i a. m., JI: s a. m ,
S, I I n, 35. u a. m.. : 11 noon, 42: z p m.
I P. m , i p m.. 55. p m, m; u
D. ID.. 55 lllshest. 56. Iowrt. 33.
Relative humidity J a m.. r: 2 p. ra , T.
S p m.. 7t Rainfall ( p. m to S p. m ), T
House of sunshine, 0 Per ctnt of possible sun
Temperature same date last year Illfhest. Is,
kwrrt. ( I
1 einpertltures In Other Cl'tea.
Temperatures in other cities, txcether with the
amount of rainfall for the twenty four hours ended at
1p.m. yesterday, are as follows?
Max. Mlo. I n. m. till.
Asherille. O t3 M K
Atlantic City. X J...
Rinnan V Dak 2
Ilortui, Mass 62
nun-al". X Y 48
Clileasn. I" .. M
Cincinnati. Onto 55
Da-enport. Iowa...., 16
Icn-fT. tfclo ?.
lies Moines Iowa. s
Duhrth. Jlinn -1
Helena. Stent (
Indianapolis. '"! 41
JarkMm-ille. Fla "s
Ksr-aa City, lio M
Ultle Rork, Ark 49
Ins ADttks. Cal 4S
Marinette. Mich IS
Memphis. Term W
Xtw Orleans, t. - Tt 7i Ul
vow Ttrk. X V M T H ..
Xorth Platte. Nebr -10 2 ..J.
Omsha. Xebr 04 0 0(0
Philadelphia. Pa ZS X X
rittibnj-C. Pa ft. 44 51 CM
Portland. Me 34 25 34
r.nlsnd. Ores q 2" 3J ....
bait lake Oty, Utah. 11 U
Pt. Louis, Mo 21 r 24 VM
bu Paul. Minn. 062 ....
ban Francisco. Cal .... 46 31 44
Rprisitield. Ill 21 IS 22 14
Tecoma, Wash.. ..... 30 25 30 0.30
Tamre, Fla, fa Tl
Tdrdo, Ohio... O 30 -3-0.56
RAILWAY, HEARING POSTPONED.
Cherr Chase CltUens to Appear Be
fore Commission Thursday.
The District Electric Railway Commis
sion yesterday 'postponed until Thursday
night the hearing of the Chevy Chase
service question. The hearing will take
plaee in the board room of the Interstate
It Is reported that the entire member
ship of the Chevy Chase and Cleveland
Park Citizens Associations' will attend
the bearing In a body. The Capital Tracj
tlon Company will be represented by
Conviction Is crowing that the rail
way commission eventually will order
Increased service to Chevy Chase,' but
this will not necessarily be "express"
for either the whole or part of the line.
The volume of traffic to Cleveland Park
and Chevy Chase has grown to such' an
extent that there is a great need for
more cars. The Traction Company ar
gues that additional service If ordered
should not be "express" service.
RIGHT TO BUY STOCK
Opinion of Justice Day in the Union
Southern Pacific Case Upholds
Attorney General Wlckersham won
over the contentions of the attomos for
the Union Pacific Railroad In the Su
preme Court esterday In the matter
of the form of the mandate to be hand
ed down by the court In the matter of
the dissolution of the Union Pacific and
Southern Pacific Railroad merger
In an opinion by Associate Justice Day
the court unanimously adopted the view
of the Attorney General that the share
holders of the Union Pacific Railroad
Company are not entitled to purchase as
a matter of right, substantially In pro
portion to their respective holdings,
shares of the southern Pacific heretofore
held by the Union Pacific Company, or
to receive such proportionate distribu
tion by way of a dividend, when the dls
The Supreme Court announced that It
would lrcorporate In Its mandate to the
lower court directing the dissolution. In
structions in accordance with the sug
gestion made by the Attorney General.
The opinion points out that tho usual
manner of directing the affairs of a rail
road is through an executive committee
or a board of directors who derive their
authority from shareholders and that
the mode of managing both the Southern
Pacific and tho Union Pacific since 190".
has been through an executive commit
tee for each road, a majority of each
committee being composed of the am
THE ADVOCATE IS BEING
SWAMPED WITH VOTES
Alive with enthusiasm since It started,
the contest Is now at Its huslest-
The Advocates latest special award, a
J7V) Conover Raby Grand Piano. Is the
goal tow ird which thousands have set
This superb instrument has been pur-
lnsed from Perc Foster, the piano mer
chant, 1330 G btreet Northwest, and will
b given to the person casting the most
votes in The Herald s Merchants and
Manufacturers' f2T () Contest, between
the dates of December 2 1512, tuid Jan
uary 1 1513.
The extra competition is open to every
bodj You do not have to He a contea
tint to win i- ns are that
al - u eltsii ." - i registered
i it- . i ned In not
i' n n - .714 Thlr-
es -h n S r Everbody
x i this pjano
me iini-ni Mimn instruments produced
Contestants and their friends are making
things hum, and the rac gets closer
every dav Remember it Is open to ever
bod, anil that votes cast for this spe
cial award also go to swell the standing
of contestants In the regular contest.
fcjrle I:, and ly ie White b"r
f.nirje L and Hathrjme Wevle brr
tlarnet and Ida Wafer bo
Walter M and Clara. U Wilssi orl
ErneM i and Kalhlen M Wnfit lr
Harold J andSchaM or-leMar Nt.
Thirnas and Zchrta sli-han girl
John W and delai- T r-hannon, sir.
Thoma. 1. and ilary IUwtirfi-a. tor
John r and Mane J Iturcrtua. ur
i.errce M and Vnnle VI Parker br
William H. and liou C. Potter her
fie and Mary Marm. ffirl
Iand'li4i V and lirtrude W Menefre &rL
Jnllu and IJher I. Mneller firi
Jn-nh V and ertrude I Lasrrnce boe
lbert W and Uesnor A lrelaee. ciri
Theodore A and Mary S Kittinser girl.
barlrs A. and Ethel M Kins Ctrl
JVin and nrie Hanron sir!
KVank and Sla-jarrt nrayssi tnrL
1e.sx an I Msrjr E. Piuler hoi
Walter and El.ie Ijwin bo
Joe h and Karbrl L. Corbet! cir!
Herbert M. and Flwvncr L. Camrbell boy.
Ceoece F and Mary ' Cot dot.
rrni C and Hattie A Ilairvow ciri.
Albert C and Cora E IUmes. cirL
Donald T. and Vnna I. Ballensrr hoy
Jlrrrin W and nnie M Ilartlett boy.
Frank F and Mary M. Iliac, boy.
John T and Nellie Ilowrr bey
bdwanl and flraee VV a-hirl m bor
Job U and Katie Thoroa" mtt
Wallace and Uila Roblnon hinr
Samuel M and Josephine It Pumphrer. tirl.
Clarence ami laila. Slurphy irirl
WilUam and Mary Marlow tnrl
Jrn W and Octaila Ijictt b-r.
Cecil and Pearl Jones bor
James II and Gertrude Ilmokji. tirt.
IteorKtana. Gantt 83 -twrK 5 K t. ne
rililheth U. Hoth. 10. 2I C St. ne.
TlMsxaa M. Barlow, 21, rmtidrncB llnerttal.
William E. Brown 6 R.Jdi-r Home. D. C.
Adam Urp. ST. Soldiers' II ne P. C
Herman Caskins, 57. Washlrelon sylnm npa-atal.
Oorje TV. Bell. (O 3544 lish ar nw
John Cranston. 4. W altrr Ileed Oneral Hospital.
John B. ITout, St. U3 II St nw
Walter A Shanley 1 mown l"f Cales SU ne.
lVart bhanley 1 month 18K l.alei St. ne
Infant of Elliott and Mary Brown, 10 minutes, Sib
IxiwanI 11, Holland. jears B 211 SL nw.
John T Lucas. 6J. 213 H ! "
Era Thomas. 34. 1112 Jth ft nw.
Anna L. Poindeiter. J 1'le-dmen a IlospiU.
Henry Iitis 60 1X3 Orcviran M. nw.
Mandr Jones. J. 405 3tt "t nw
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REV. GEORGE F. EMBLEM
FOUND DEAD IN ROOM
Coreur Iscaes Certificate ef Death
from Cerebral Hemorrhage Fa-
Heralat St Patrick's.
After a thorough Investigation, Cor
oner Nevitt. last night, lssyed a cer
tificate showing that Rev. George
F. Emblem, .sixty-four years old. whose
lifeless body was found in a room In a
lodging bouse at 904 H Btreet Northwest.
yesterday morning, died from cerebral
The body Is now In an undertaking es
tablishment, and arrangements are being
made for the funeral, to be held In St.
Father Emblem, It Is said, recently
Inherited a small fortune left by bis
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Emblem, of
Wheeling. W. Va.. who is said to have
died In February last. With this money
added to that which he had previously
accumulated. Father Emblem was able
to travel for his health, and during the
last two ears had been In California,
Florida and at a spring resort. He suf
fered from neuralgia of the heart and
rheumatism. He has several relatives
living In Wheeling.
Father Emblem had been stopping at
the II Street house for only two weeks
He left a letter addressed to Cardinal
SatallL which said In part:
"I studied at Munster. Westphalia.
Prussia, Onsbruck. and was finally ad
mitted to the priesthood of Omaha by
the nt. Rev. Bishop McQuade, In Roches
ter. N. Y.. October IS. 1S78.
"I am under no censure I know of.
"By direction of Ws Eminence, the
Apostolic Delegate. Cardinal Martinelli.
of Washington. D. C, I am a priest of
In conclusion, he asked the favor of
burial In consecrated ground and also
the apostolic blessing
VIRGINIA DECREE UPHELD.
Supreme Court Decides Conflict
Thompson Divorce Case.
The conflict between divorce decrees In
different States was the subject of an
opinion by the United States Supreme
Court esterday in the case of Jessie G
Thompson against her husband. Charles
N". Thompson, both of Washington. The
court decided against Mrs Thompson,
holding that Virginia was the matri
monial domicile in the case
Thompson was a school-teacher in
Washington, but claimed Virginia as his
legal residence. His wife brought suit
for divorce, with alimony, against him
In the District, where she resided, and
he brought suit for divorce In the Vir
ginia courts. The latter entered a de
cree In his favor
In Mrs. Thompson's suit for mainte
nance In the District the court held the
Virginia decree Invalid, and awarded her
alimony of ITS a month
The decision was reversed by 'the Court
of Appeals The question as to which
decision should prevail was carried to
the Supreme Court, which upheld the
decree of the Virginia: lourt.
Denounces Society Dances.
Vigorous denunciation of the turkey
trot and other farhionable dances was
made In an address last night by Albany
Smith, evangelist, son of "Gypsy"
Smith, at First Baptist Church. Sixteenth
and O Streets His subject was the
TViles of the Devil
Seeks Cost if Kranklsg.
f-enator Kenvon of Iowa yesterdsy of
fered a resolution to ascertain the
amount of mall matter sent out under
franking privileges from the various po
litical headquarters during the precon
ventlon canvass and the general cam
paign of 1312 and an estimate of the cost
to the government for Its transportation,
ni.E CXRED IX II TO 14 DAT'.
Tour drufsist will refund money it XAZO OfsT
MENT fail to cure any die of ltchiit. blind,
bleedins er protrudicc piles in S to 14 days. &0&
Cndlrlded rrof.U Or-r 1.000 000
Deroalts Orer . T.0X 000
A Desire to
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SCOTT On Mondsv. January 1313. at
the Laurel Sanatorium. Mrs. GKOR-
GIN'A SCOTT, In her eighty-seventh
Funeral services at Greenwood Ceme
tery. Brooklyn, N y. (New ork
papers please copj ).
MAYS On Monday. January 6, 1913, at S
p m , v 1U.UM .mais, in the sev-entj-slxth
jear of his age.
Notice of funeral hereafter. (Philadel
phia papers please cop).
WRIGHT On Friday. January 2. 1913. at
resiaence ot nis son at Kevier. 1 .
LEVI PARKER TVRIGIIX lato
lieutenant colonel. First .Mass. X A .
formerly Register of TAllls of this
Funeral services will be held at Gaw
lers chapel. 1730 Pennsylvania i ve
nue, at 2 p. m.. Tuesday. January 7
Comrades and friends Invited. Inter
ment at Arlington.
MIUTJsIlT ORDER OF THE LOT VL LFGIOS
OF THE EXITED STATE.
Cemmandery of the District of t"o!nmUa.
City of Ta-hincton. January ". 1912.
The death of Comcanioa LEVI TARKER
T RIGHT. Uratenast-Colonel l. S. Volunteers, at
Berier, Kentucky, on the M Instant, is anaouna-.
to ithe Ctanmandery
Funeral eerocrs. at which the attendance ef
Companion is requested, will he held at liawlera
t-Tiapel. IT3 remrt'l-ania Arenue. vv. at a
o clock P. JI.. this day. Interment at the Xatic-ul
Cemetery, Arlington. T Irginia.
By command of
Major-Genera! GEORGE B DWIS, U. B Army.
THOMAS H McKEE.
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Tllb ANNUAl. MI.ET1MJ Ob TUl. BOARD 01
Manasers of Toe wasninstna city u.-paan Aannm
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COMlilTTEB ON PCBUO OlMFORT
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Tarda Arenao and Tenth btreet Northwest.
Ul parties desmn to famish anarters to sisiters
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the number ef rersms that can be supplied eritia
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if I UKLLr-K. Chairman,
Jal.lDt Committee on rublie Comfort.
riJllSt,ANr TO SECTION 1., ARTICLE IX OJ
Br Laws, notice is nerebr cirea that the annual
meetinz of the btociholders of The Capital Traction
Comraur, for the election of Directore for the ensu
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betore tin mretlnz. wQI be held at the oSce of the
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TVsshirjton. O. C. on TTEDNESDAT. Jinuirj I.
BU. at 10 IS o'clock a ra. The pnlla will be open
from 11 o'clock a. m. until 13 o'clock noon. H. V.
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