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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY. 'MARCH 25. 1913.
3 WILSON PUNS BANKS ABROAD, 1SBELIEF President' Policy for U. S. Trade Ex pansion "Reported to Include Change in Fiscal Law. QJJR TRADE AT DISADVANTAGE Government official and otturs who have devoted themselves to tin ixpa sjon of American trade inroad ire await ing with great Interest the di tails of President WiNon s plan fur leMsl ition which slnll guB to American exjuirtern and contractors the hanking facilities sthe need to put them on a level with their foreign competitor Those who hive kins heen studlng this question teliee that I resident i Rons promise to this effect eoiitained in his statement lej-arding Chinese policj. means the amendment of tlie nation il tanking laws to iiennlt the estatilisV ment of branches of Aniericin h inks in foreign countries This is the reform for which Amcricin exporters -ind their eus tomers ahroao as well have long been asking -tuh IfhMitlm reitiitdH was recommended lv seeietirv Knov and 1'resident Taft in Hit ir fo lr veicrs elfirt to advanie Vine ne n trade iute?rcsts abroad TLe eport ti ide of tlie I i ile-d Mates to of tl; amrunt I'raetieallv Is flniimsl tlimus houses In tiie il sei banks atroad me their customeis hive to do I usiness thn other "nationalities pre it disadvantage o . than $1 i.n.i.i is enormous tr idn loreisii h inking e of am nitric, an can exporters an I no recourse except sh the lunks of Ins i er es to the merit in trade n declared thtlr intention to establish branches in South American cities and eer where there are larcr American foreign trade Interests, juT as soon as some means can be devised bj which such banks will be legal TEN REPRESENTATIVES IN NEW HOUSE PARTY llimUs Unirice which Is the field int i K ill ,Mort trade is nu e sitalest lm rcase the lai it lunks is felt keenlv Other itloiis III! In South win h tlie . enjojini. til of nierui The business ilnls of the mncan that is the I ncllsli e.crman ind trench exporters all tluaiu e their 'south Amen an business through branches ctf Hnt ish (..ermaii and rrenrh bmks in outti imrua Thri ugh thes. 1 inks likewise must pass nil the comineieMl iper of 'he uutrfinn trMng to nil g io Is in south m li a Th. onipttitors of niiruais hue te n foun 1 to 1. with 0 t s ruple in using to their own id va tat, ill tie eiiiifidc t t al mfoi illation abo it Uiiiriemi busin. -i, trans t lions Their huiks otf. i tin in a lecde mean fir striking at th. It ecimpetitm s "a iucI M Toberls uie president of the National i"it It mk of "sen ork as ,. ,g s-.-el tl. r. atl n of i u. w .lass of bankt which shall be priiileed un . ltd.ral supervision to .siiblish 1 anrh.s al roa.l and do an international business 11, woiill gi ml u. li bines t if privilege f mating tim- uirptine.es "f foreign di ifls The pow.r to lend 1 amount of outstanding uld eisll le r. stn led he ves utidn 1-el.ral nir. 1 1 anii ons roull b. tondii t .1 h consuls MeItolils u.mi js.leiutv e i". Jit and g iratees Progressive Minority Numbers Thirteen at Outside Others Subscribe to Principles. There are Just ten members of. the Hoi. .-i of Representatives who now are prepared to align themselves po"lti 1 as member!, of tlie new progressive part forsaking all relationship with the Republican parti and treating, for themselve3 at least a second mlnorlt In the IIiiiih of Reprsentatlves The m.n so designating themscles are elcprescntatlves Murdock of Kan- , fnandler of New lork Hlnebaugli ind Thompson of Illinois Falconer nd Hrvan of Washington and Ruplej, Temple I.evvis and Kellv of I'enns!- lanh There ma be associated with these dlvorcants of the Republican parfj Representatives Stephens and Hell of California and Cople of Illi nois This gives i probable maximum of thirteen members of the new part In addition to the foregoing, the mlnorlt of the mlnorltv that l the members of the House not Democrats who In grciter or less measure sub scribe to so called Progressive princi ple number in all fift Rut In order to compile Mi.h a total It Is necessary to include four Minnesota members, tie 'mm Iowa sex en from Pennsjl-v-inla one from Idaho and sin from Wisconsin who were elected on straight Repul lican tickets sometimes with and sometimes without Progres siie indorsement FRIEDMANN DENIES HYPNOTISM CHARGE Replies to Declaration of New York Physician that Mesmerism Was Employed. New nrk March 21 Or Kriederich Iranz Knlnnn nndf emphatic dentil t4n!a of th declaration of a local ph cirUn that the Ccrman "pcilctlKt has rr.orted to hrfmntltm In troitli.R tuber cuH i! i atients with turtle accine Pr Irlt-dmann -afd r do not in iK an i latin tint the patient- ufft riiis frorn tuberrulo'sls of the !oiih who ta honn immedl it lm Iiocmtnt hi I" fir a the innemerit f affntctl jmts is concerned hae leen cured t m treatment 1 nmke no i lulm whHtT is to immediate ure In no i.ise hoeer so fMr a I am concerned h is there bon an lipnotim There Is fiio doubt thit tlnt'oe patients who haie been aide to mm diseased Joirts ha e I I en subjects of atohpnotim or hjp i n tie Biiae.thesia. On my part however It her" han t I (en etn a t.upffrtion to 1. id I" this result Di I nedmann ipent trnlax Mitins the STORMS OF THE LAST NINE DAYS. March 15 Severe blizzard sweep over Northwest and Mid dle West from the Dakotas to Illinois. Train traffic crippled by jnow and gale. March 16" Hurricane strikes Mobile, Ala, and leaes 1,000 homeless. Many Georgia towns flooded b eccssie rains. March 17 Hurricane at Tampa, Fla. Much damage to prop erty. March 21 Blizzard and storm raage Middle West and Southwest. Approximately 150 persons killed. Several million dollars' worth of property destrojed March 23-24 Tornado m Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, and the Dakotas Omaha in flainc Hundreds reported to be dead March 24 Tornado hits Illinois and Indiana, causing much destruction .ind loss of life in the ucinitv of Terre Haute. TORNADO'S TOLL IS 300 LIVES . ntitlnued from Pnce One. A R Hammond 7 lfe and on A H bttinbaush ilnnr. ohnpon and In- an ii f is ii i h i i he r -ei t link fum I 1? k tLni T e vtritt I.dril &up.r ion of th I iriK would Mr Mc I rlertn lelieiss pretntthe banks fiom en arrjssln,j the soe-nment in Its for elgn i litions not-hr plan of act om p'lhhmf, the same pencral rt-ult woull re to natt laws authonziriK the exttn hum f th. piii!se of etabMshinK bra i Ins il road to t xitliisr nationil bai ks with ufhcient apital to under take international ntiam e s-ubjeet to the approal of tie Trea--urv Department - eril Ameruan banking houses hae THIS BOOK IS FREE The Mysteries ot Hypnotism and Personal Magnetism Revealed. Herliort I- Hint lpnutist in th INheJ a reinarKatili prnnil macii tiir lne It is li fir and cempr hnvlp ir irlntfl Mr i of the bot.t known orM Imp j it pjl lutik on Inpiintlsni nnd iiMniKti'' heal th' mot wondirful treiti- of the kind ! lint ha. de ided to & for a limited tn el inte fif-f-ted ' op to in th.e t c p r-oii uonderful i n . This hook is litd non ar- if raetlral txjerhnre lt a man who las hjpnotlzed more people than am oth-r nnr person ou u i now Irani altout the s-ecrets f hpnotsm and iti&onil maiatlnn at itur ovin home it "ki'lffnwl Itual hopn ils for the purpose of elect in othr ritbnts upon whom to demon strate his trt ttnient Me selet ted anout t went j patients for future clinics Kif teMi Miffert rs from various forma of the white plague hae heen eleitei tor to ne rrow s clinic at the Hospital for Pe fonnilles and Joint Dlsea-es w hich Is to take place under the observation or the I nited States government phsl cian MUSICA STRICKEN WITH HEART ATTACK Condition of Alleged Swindler Report ed Serious Daughters Released. Company Goes Into Bankruptcy. New orlean 1.1 Mar n ri Antonio Musica uho is lodged In the parish prison lat uek with his three sons and two daughters surlered .1 -eere attack of heart dlsete In his cell this afternoon and his condition is reported ier serious Both Miss 1 oulse and Miss i,race Mu sea who have been detained as mi- t'rlal wltns-es in ronne tlon wltn the Mil 1 as swindlinir s hemes wert lmsed tills mornniK The Ji'ji'X) In cnh which wis taken from Antonio and Philip Mtlsl a his oldest sun and i resident of the I nited Mates Hair Compain was seized toli b the I nited Stales maishal It will l turned over to l-zn I' I renti e in ork. recMerr the rporition Henrv Siheele, Airs and b tb Ihr Ml ,t Council rtluffs Mr and Mr fant dauKhler rartlal 1H! of atll) Injured In Onnlia IfOTKf nderson Miss Dal, riar : Cail. Mrs Duncan Mrs ijrlfiln. Mrs r N llatiston Mrs K C Silz. nd Jinuora Tomhera In Council Hluffs Iiulsa 1'arker and Mrs Bert Bard At Weston, Iowa Mrs I-on Thomas and Mrs Joe inerman At :.o!-i. Iowa Mrs I-duard tones and two joiinc diUKhters of Mr and Mrs I-e Kop yer Mr ird. mother of Mrs I e Hopper At Clenwool Iowa Mr' 1-dwarl I amhert. TlNl a Lim ber! Clde Herritt and Mr and Mrs Janus Mi Donald FIVE KILLED BY STORM IN CHICAGO; MANY FIRES Chirac. i Mar h : -ri klllul iift Injured and -were wnik.it l a ston o.r t lis rltv carlv tod, Th dtad are Cljde heridan Orlo Slo omli wlrz and I raii' I'u her p rsons w re ores of houses which swept NetrK tlf fir dreds T in. i w from their lo.nt dannce to the .1 maed al rnoe tl Th northu.st , the rtorm most at le damage nn: Park Itiuse. and reMlll.l and linn illdr fie terror The propert and suburbs is esti n SiOrfrt ctlon of the m felt ver l but o.nslder done in Pe.plrflncs ner suburbs ork Ma .1 in. FLDnS dOLLEGEOFHtPKOnSM 1 I aEVEUND.OH10.U.SJs. ill Hynotltro itrentbens jolt ron try tnd derelpps Tour wilL It OTeromM bifii1iie-e rrriTTJ' hone stimulate ambition anl dt rminMion tf Micrei'd It pres tou at self-conn Icufr hirh tiaM to onrince v ie f oiir real rth It jn Uie key to tl e inner s It ennblrn mii I r iitr I Hi of others 1 e 1 i ttnd Pirtenoin cttn ? i ar human mind- vrtMi mil U and diarawt ourw!f of dnraestie tt rp1i ntrJ tti xicht nj -tiini -liiKl thi cranl unrf iKint ajjisrttl lis it amel out in a daj lad habit! jour-If nd rthers nd 1 ntann i.h hjniotie of the eje HiUiotit their icnPwWffp and rowerfiilly influence them to c! you dfJre i tan dcr'i p t a inarrrlou d cm an mucal or dnunatH taNot mi rraj lure tm can increase your tclcratl ic or rlairtait jioneri "m can give thriirfnc an 1 funny l)rn tic enter tainmeiita. on can win the luie and eTtrlastint, fnendiihip of thw r it dciiri loi tan jTcttrt yourself aain! the intl icnct- of others ci can become a financial snerrbs and b recufinued as a power in your community Th boefc of Flints ill tell ti how to learn the secrrt of attaimcc thre tl ins? Hint ik the mt eucceftil and bet inoan lijrTMti-4. in th world He ha piired before thcusinds of audiencefc. He will carrv em rrrrv ircnL faith T M If ynn want n err of thi free NkiV send mt stock e rhantre houe or Mm lieu a in ot 4-. Kxchange I'lace which was torced to diole last week in onnectlon with the manipulation of I nited States Hair 'om lain sto k was pitted In 1noluntan Ir-tnkiuyti ti d i on the petition of Win lam Ie Mill of Manhattan I honns O Keeff of HrooklMi ind William H Cra of 1- Itzabeth N J Judpe Maer named I award llene dUt receier for the firm Attorneys for the firm announced that its aFets ire larprl in exces of Its nihilities MVIRS. GILL'S HONEYMOON EXPRESS HITS CAPITAL Eighteen Young Couples from the Old Dominion to Be Married in Washington. Another tlgzi of sprinc appeared es terdaj Mrs J R. Gill's Honevmoon Spe cial, from Richmond Va . lirlnglnc eighteen jounp couples to lie married at the Capital Mrs Gill who is matron of the Rich mond Male Orphan Asxlum runs the hones moon specials to Washington spring irfl fall, to make mone for the asUum The ounir folks who come on to mam are reall a small part of the biK part that she guides hither Rut the are of course the most Important and Interesting part, and Mrs Gill takes great pride In them y ''I brought eighteen bridegrooms and as man) bride this time, ' Mrs Gill said last night at the American House, where she Is staing Reallj. probablj mire than eighteen couples will be marred On an excursion like this, there are nearl alwas two or three marriages that are arranged after we reach Washington ou mustn't think, though that all people wno come with me come to TORNADO KILLS 50 IN TERRE HAUTE, IND. Terre Hout. Ind, Man li II The num ber of dead In T rre Haute a a result of list tihhts tornidn Is evtltn ited .it mtdnmlu at between forl fn and tift seventeen bodies hive teen recovered, n. irlv 300 were known t. le injured and he prepcrtv loss wis Mlnmid it Jl -inflon Organized se-irchers are working desperattlj cl.anng awav dlns to rtach the dead and the Injured The dead wh.se bodies have leen re cove-cl are Mr Relle Grltttn MM Hannah Tullcv Allen att Pr rmet I. Moore John Mevers Jr J vmes H Rrown Mrs Clara Mm, ml hi.v .laugh ter Helen Mrn ldi Invis Moses c-mer Clnudt dvvards Alexander Rogers Joseph Houts Rrvan I ehe limits Will iim Mathcrlv and Mien Mr.uire 1 atallj injured Frc.1 Km. James Wells ind Olli. Hldeiincli Perth CI iv Countv a town f less thin VM Inhibit mi wis complet.lv wlp.-d out MORE STORMSMAY OCCUR, SAY EXPERTS i-tites, with shifting gales and squalls In the interior and the temperature will be hi(,h In the Kast and South and coiJ i i the Northwest Storm warnings are dlsplaved on the Paclllc Const from l-os Angeles to San Dierfo The winds nlon.r tilt New Jngland Coast will be brisk to high, shiftink niostlj wist, on tho Middle Atlantic Coast I risk southwtu on tb vouth Atlantic Coast, hrlik south, on the Gulf Coast brisk south with xuuills, on 1-ikc Mlchlgin bri"k to 1 it,h north Steamers deputing Tuesdav for Kuropein ports will have brisk west winds with showerj weather to the Grand Hanks" Warnings will be sent out bj the Weathei Ittireau and bv other bureaus of the government here to sea going es F'ls to take the most southerlv course Ioslble during thn next two months as th. unustiallv warm weather It Is be lieved will work loose from their north em moorings Icebergs and Ice formation which will Incumber the -ea and prove a dinger to navlgition Coinni.nting upon weather conditions. Chief Willis I Moore of the W either Hurcau vcMerdav nude the following statement, particulars with reference to the storm at Omaha ' 1 ndnubtedlv the great loss of life at Onialn was o. nsion.d l one of a scries of viol, nt loeal windstorms er tornadoe thit o e urresl over that region Sun.la afternoon In eonne. tl.ui vvith a g.neril storm or area of low baromet. r th it vi is centnl Sundav morning over Colorado Conditions suiidai mot nlng were so tlinitenlng that this olliie d.cme-d It lie i -arv to Issue warnings of shifting K il. s s indiv ift. moon and nlkht over i he Mlidl. I'l ims stites and the upper Mississippi allev A torn ido is a vieilent revolving locil sie.riii of small di imeter ind great in t.nsltv not ofl.n lelngiiioi. than i few hotwired v irds In ill muter nor traveling i strai,htawav pith of more tli in llft miles In length The winds however. In i-u h whirls hive been estlnnted to x i.m! J"'! nulei an hour The generil st. mi tint caused these violent lonl dls turbine es Is now ..v.r the Great l-akes mi in.ivinv, down the st L.wrenee al ! ' Weather Hun-ui experts ij that 1 big storm of c untiv wide irea ilvvivs takes the path f the l est rcsimr after eiossin tb.e greatest olistru lion h .ch as i rn of mountains A a result it I e rumen, .llvidel ind the snn'I divisions mav e iuse trouble as In Oiuiha ard other pliecs HELD ON ASSAULT CHARGE Wllllnm .lolllison tlleged In llnve- tauseil He II III of II. s. Mrll r. The Washington pe.ll e .sterdav af tern..n irrest.-d William Johnson, col ored twentv . ne ears old nn the ch ire eT assaulting llarr S bcrivener, wi died s-undav nlghi on the wa to tine gencv Hospital Johnson Is held at the lentil I' ecluct station I be negr.. w.ih t work neir llvatts ville lite vestnrelav atternoon when Ser- (.eintJ J Murphv recognized him. John s.m was urprl-td when told that "strive ner hid die-d Johnson It Is alleged hit "s-rivener on the heid with e tone -atuldiv night while in i Irivvl neur Kims Horn Inn The terril.irv of the I'niteel Elates east of the r.ockv Motintiuns which has been torn bv tornadoes Morm, and devis tating win Is i likelv to . oiitlnu. to be the th.atcr "f 1 f w more disturb anevs will In the next few divs iccord into to reports of the Weather Rureau Weather Hurcau officials snv that the TO-DAY'S SELECTIONS illv Morning T.legnph ) hnrlrslon. list Raie Maurice Ree.1, KNie indon Mnrg in Wilson econd Ra.e-Hessle I atlmer. nn Ho Third II ice, am Harher nione rs Tin 11 hllton - ma Fnurtl Rn.-Col Cook u 1 irt herrve la 1-lfth Ric. rmilv lee I I. m Rea. hev -iih Hi . Tilr Goiln Pendant M ntamue PRETTY GIRLS OPEN KNIGHTS'. KIRMESS Speeches Made by RepresentatiTe Gra ham and Chairman Biggs To Secure New Hall. With half i hundred prett) Washing ton girls In fancv costumes, serving as the venders of a variety of pretty things and with several hundred people In at tendance the klrmess held by the Dis trict Knights of Columbus In K or C Hall, it U)6 E Street Northwest, opened last night it fc.JD o clock The, object is to raise funds for the construction of a new hall for the order. This fact nas brought out In the ad dress of It. preentatlve James M Gra ham of Illinois who is ,i fourth degree Knight of Columbus, and vv is the speaker of the everlng He was Introduced bj Dr J Rozler Riggs chairman of the executive committee, who made an ad dress of welcrme to the visitors, as the opening reiture of the programme Mr Graham spoke of the different occasions on which he had taken part functions given In the present hall 1 of its Inability to comfortably ise the Increasing membership of lodge He paid the women a com pliment for the aid tliev hive render'd in miking the kirmess possible allowing the two addresses, the bazair opened with a great hurrah from thessmen and Klrls In chirge of different booths Tlie klrmess is pra.tl.al i depirtment store, wlicra rvthlui, from i tik. to an nitomo- Is on sale The man who enters I leaves without lining t iken a nee on some artlele. Is courageous Indeed I.un.li.on was served to 5nO esler- div n. in ind ibout the same number bid ten in the Jipmese garden last night The luncheon room is on the grot n. floor th. lunar on the first Iloor ind the orchestra and Ice cream Pirlor Ik in the galler Dinclns starts at 10 ',0 o clock Th.rels i vetlng contest on to decide the most prpulir Grand Knights, the winners to receive valuable prizes Scbolirshlps in six locil colleges will be awirdid tin three hoes an 1 three girls winning the scholarship contest The voung women lm ire officiating in the booth of Spilling Council ire dressed in coloniil costume those In the booth ef Carroll foun 11 in Dutch cos tume Potomac I ouncil in Ge rman cos tume Keane C lunell in (,reen Iiltch costume, and th se In the Washington . eiiiii. ii ill june ri in oress The klrmess will run fir two weeks and will be epen In the evening Vvith the ex. eptlon ef a Sjturdav in itlnee this we.k to lllnw, tie stulerts In the local colleges in. I seminaries to ittend NEW COLLECTIONS EXHIBITED Drnnlncs of . 11. ekvvllb nn.I Paint. Inc. of llor.len ilmlreil. There are two new art collections now on iew In Wishington Tliev are both small I ut of rather unuuil Interest Seventeen of th drawings of Carroll Reckwtth of New ork w.re hung In form illv in the rr.om to the right of the Kraud tairwR In the Corcoran Gal ley of Ut veoteplav ifternoon Tile p'c tur. s will rem iln hi W isMngton f e r sev eral weeks it I- cxpe-ot.d Thev are osl e xnniple of Heekwlth who is a tee 1ml nu of n ite I en. il charcoal an 1 colored e h ilk are the mediums used The ether collection Is hung in tlie Moore i.alleries in fce elite enth Street, and contilus a number of wldelj known palntlni. One Is i Millet from the C D M Rorden colle. tion Le Gardeur de Moutons Corot Is represented with a landiwape with witer in the foreground This picture u nther uniq le in Its sointx-rness tit feeling quitej t nlike the usual likht touch of the famous French- m en Th re are tw.i pv iinds.ap. s Th. re also Is i bv lsr.als that and a sm ill land that has some fin I Iiubicn) bright, hap- . Mi uve and a Jacque ma!l cmvas painted is esp.. lallv h autiflll npe bv William Vrj I spots Silks in a Great Special Sale 40-inch $2.00 Colored Charmeuse for $1.59. Lustrous soft, with a close-bound satin surface that will not rough In a splendid assortment of street and evening: shades, with plenty of black Without a doubt one of the best values o the season. The regu lar j:00 qualir. while tliev last at l-".9. 36-inch $1.00 Black Silks for 69c. Absolutely all pure silk, heavj. strong, and durable, all beautiful crow black and the season most desirable kinds and weaves. All Jl 00 values, toela) at 6!tc. 45-inch Cheney's Shower-proof Foulards, $1.85. 45 and 40 in. $2.50 and $3 Meteor Crepe and Satin Meteor for $1.98. Posltlxelv all pure and earefull spun silk, beautifully soft, clingy and diirible -. street and evening shades Among 'hem are taupe brown. nav Copenhagen wistaria Nell rose, mahogany, sea-foam, emerald, gold Rurgundj flame peacock mustard and burgals These are all the regular 2 u and S3 GO kinds at fLO. 44-inch $3.00 Broche Crepe de Chines for $2.59. All pure silk, heaiv and soft The shades are brown, taupe. Copen hagen. gra nav. Nell rose, light blue, wistaria, pink and black. The regular li 00 kind at $2.39. - . Shoes of today with appropriate buckles. "Nature-Shape" The sliocs of matchless stjle and absolute comfort. For Men and Women, 5 00, 6 00, 7 00. For Younp Folks, 2 25 to 3 50. "Banister" Shoes for Men. "Onw" Hosier for Men, Women, Children. Arthur Burt Co., 1343 F St, CHILDREN ESCAPE FLAMES M Mil He lliiigbnmt.i ir Itlilre. ningli- riren ion. N M irch It A of tire l i ight from M Mirv an institution f r tie .ire of chil ent the entire fire depirtment of I this citv to tie scene Th. sisters charge of the lice vvhlih is two m from the c uv minaged however sul luo the flames 1 ef re the engines rived The dini-ege wis slight 1 hundred unl nftv cl ildre n ire In home nd ilthnugh there was consider j able e'itetneni for i while nolol wis Inj ire 1 sr5TKM CLEANSERS le- ensv to take, that quickly cleanses ihe system o7ali Im purlUfS Tt.N CENTS A BOV ILl UUIyllGini 0OIMIPJIAJLNJIU 4th Street and Mass. Avenue. MEN'S SMART FURNISHINGS Th shop tht sells the cleverest ot men's fixings tor Its. M. LEVITAN & CO. SOM MTU ST. X. W. Established 1S6S Elphonzo Youngs . Company 2315-2317 18th St. Phone Columbia Groceries Wholesale and Retail We Have Moved to Our 18th Street Store Deliveries Everywhere To il exports from the I nit Iipin in 111 w re vilued a t iipo ooo against Mtonoo.Hi in mi tit" QUALITY MEATS And Provisions of all kinds. Try our plump home-dressed Poultry. TORRE Ml "!;.!,"; DURESCO FLOOR PRESERVATIVE. F.STEWART, 1st &HSts. in get married Our excursions are ven plens-nit Hnd run for a worthj purpose, and I am a good chaperon, so that man oung people are glad to have an oppor tunlt to isit Washington with me Some of them come not once, but many times ' Mrs Gill is well known in Washing ten Her excursions which alwajs net good sums for the Richmond Male Or phan svlum ire established institu tions ind alwavs create a keen inte-est in the Capital As matron of the as lum she is known as a remarkrtWj suc cessful reform worker The Hone.vmoon bpecial will leave for Richmond at 5 oilock tomorrow afternoon last week or ten divs his presented the ( most etraordinar situation In regard to the weither that has exist, d since the creation of the bureau Storms which originated wet of the Rock Mountains Jumped the mountains and came eastw ird and apparentl, after thev had spent their force left trails be hind that crvstallized into tornidoes or windstorms which did great damage t 11 o clock last night the U either Hureau lsutd the following general fore east "1 he rf markable dev e lopment and mov e- ment of severe storms icross the coun- ln the past week show no Indication of change Ihe storm which caused severe and shifting giles and dimaglng local storms In the Middle West Sundav has passed rapldlv down the St Lawrence Vallev. while still another disturbance Is following rapldlv in its wake, it hav ing nlread reached Texas As a conse quence, weither conditions ire much un settled and precipitation is widespread with licavj rainfall In the central val lejs and severe tquills In locilitles Ow ing to heai rains the Illinois Hlver wis above flood stige Monda for Its entire length In northwestern Ohio the San dusk River was also bink full and ris ing Cold Wove In West. " hile ahuormall high temperatures prevail in Eastern. Southern and Centnl bcctlons, a cold wave, unusuall severe for the i-eason covers Northwestern States The weather will continue un settled vvith extensive precipitation over the greater portion of the countr fci the next two or three davs Heav rains v ill occur In Central and Southern To Core fieaoaefe Ion nust irst remove the cause- Most leadiches are caused b a disordered stomach HofTs Lemon Seldlltz will put your stomach In the pink of condition and curs your beadacb in tew rain U. . SECRETARY BRYAN SAFE. State Department nffle.1 ils es tcrda received a telegram from Lincoln. Ncbr. stating that William J Br an was well and had In no wa suffered from 'he tornado that swept over Lincoln Sunday Until this message was re ceived great anxiet wis fe.lt it the State Department. White House, and other departments for the safet of the new pre mier Reports from the ' Com moner's' home city Indicated that great damage was dono there and man lives lost, and until definite assurances were received of the safety of Mr. Brn there was fear that he might have been Injured r ?5Sr Home of Quality TallorUg. rr vL .WW Wj? Y W WW Ml M. STEIN & CO. Creators of Fashionable Clothes for the Man Our Newest and Greatest Creation Lord Chumley" ia- Sack Suits, s To Measure T HIS is. a sartorial creation that c consider the "masterpiece" of clcer tailoring a swell 2-button sack that presents the newest stjle ukai of 191U and we are gratified to sec how well it is received bv the smart drcsscri of Washington He in stle be among the leaders wear a Lord Chumle) Sack. You hac a thousand fabrics to thoose from and the best tailoring talent in the land. Other suits to order up to $40. Stein's 1913 Creation "Lord Chnmley" 2-button Sack Coat With Concave Collar and Soft Front. 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