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THE WASHINGTON HERAU). FRIDAY, APRIL 18, .1913.
M' CLtARV TRIAL
Testimony Relates to . So
called Third Degree' Prac
ticed on Defendant
FATHER IS ON THE STAND
Atteraey Wagganaa Abo Testifies.
Court Makes Roliag that Is
Rockville. Md.. April 17. Testimony
tending to prove that a confession was
forced from Norman B. McCleary, of
Kagerstoiv n, on trial here for the murder
last August of Mrs. Nannie B. Henry,
came to an unexpected end today. Wit
nesses for the defense had sworn that
McCleary was a victim of ''third degree"
methods. Their testimony was contra
dicted by Assistant United States Attor
ney S. McComas Haw ken and Detective
Thomas Grant, both of Washing nn
As the ssession of the court drew to a
close, attorneys for the defcn&e an
nounced that if the decision of the court
was adverse to McCIeary's interests in
the matter of the "confession" they would
ask that testimony be taken as to the
defendant's mental condition at the time
the "confession" was made.
"Take the testimony at once, then,"
replied Justice Urner. "The court will
not decide until all testimony has been
The announcement of the court caused
much comment. It had been expected
that the judges in the case would de
cide whether the "confession" should be
excluded from the evidence. Visitors at
the trial regarded the court's announce
ment as an intimation that the decision
would be unfavorable to McCleary.
Both Attorney Haw ken and Detective
Grant denied that during his stay in
Washington, where he was arrested, Mc
Cleary had been subjected to any other
than the ordinary methods of examina
tion. They traced the course taken fol
lowing McCleao's arrest, and directly
con trad icted his testimony.
McCleary Kept Incoiuiunnlradn.
Witnesses for the defense attempted to
j.rovo that after his arrival at Hagers
tewn, McClearj was kept incommuni
cado. According to Jacob McCleaiy.
father of the defendant, and Atorney
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Frank Waggaman. McCIeary's counsel
they, were unable to see the accused man
until two dayg after a. "confession" had
been made. MniWaggaman testified that
when he went, to the Jail, he was told
by Sheriff Snlvely that "Walflnger (the
State's attorney), gave orders to allow no
one tov see the prisoner until we get
everything straightened out." '
Waggaman further testified, following
the decision of the court regarding: the
"confession," that he visited the de
fendant on the day after the "confes'
sion" was made, and that McCleary
seemed highly nervous. McCleary was
pacing his cell all during the visit, ac
cording to Mr. Waggaman, and was.
"Hushed, wild-eyed, and Irrational."
Further testimony in. an attempt to
proe that McCleary was Irresponsible
at the timeof his "confession was gtV'
en by Mr. Waggaman. It was to the
effect that McCleary had called upon a
Hagcrstown policeman to live up to his
promise to release him. McCleary aiso,
according to Mr. Wagagman, cried that
the police had murdered his father, ana
that the bodies of other members of his
family were in the corridors of the jail.
At the opening of courts this morning,
Mr. Waggaman will again take the stand.
McCleary Is accused of murdering the
mother of his sweetheart, following a re
fusal to let him see the girl. Miss Lupah
Henry is the daughter of the murdered
woman, and has caused much comment
at the court here, where she is known
as the "bello of Hagerstown."
EXPRESSES JOY AT
COOKE DIVORCE SUIT
New York. April 17. "I'm so Ijappy
that I'm almost miserable. When I think
of the delight that Is to come to us
after spending six years as wandering,
hounded outcasts, my joy fairly chokes
me," said Floretta Whaiey today. In re
ferring to the divorce suit filed by Mrs.
Marinda Clarke Cooke, wife of tho
clergyman with whom Miss Whaiey
eloped to California In 1907.
Floretta Whaiey was seventeen when
she eloped with Cooke, of Hempstead.
L I. Since that time she has become
the mother of two children. Paul, aged
five, andNChester, aged three. Cooke has
been working as a painter and paper
hanger to support his family in their
wanderings from coast to coast.
At her home in Hartford, Mrs. Marinda
Cooke said she had arried at the de
cision to apply for a divorce only after
deep thought.' "I waited until by fa
ther's death," -she said, "but it was not
to seek my own freedom. My reason
was to give Jere Cooke's innocent babies
a name and their mother the right to
call herself his wife."
Greek Army Aviator Killed.
Athens. April 17. While making a flight
over Langadia today Aiator Argyro
poule, of the Greek army, was killed.
News of the fatal accident was received
by the War Office from Saloniki this aft
ernoon. Bnll Moose to Stand Alone.
New York, April 17. The National Pro
gressive party, following Its two-day
meeting, issued a statement this after
noon stating that it would not fuse with
either the Democratic or Republican par
ties, but will continue to stand alone. .
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9 Second St. K. E. ' L. 703
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Detective Bums Awaits Mes
ae from Martin's Family
Before Further Action. -
LONDON DROPS THE CASE
J. Lack-art AftfcrM. Witkdrawt Offer
f Reward far Retmni ef
London. April 17. William J. Burns
failed to make good on -his promlso made
last night to produce Joseph Wllberforce
Martin, the Memphis (Tenn.) cotton
broker, who has been missing since April
3, at Scotland Yard within twenty-four
hours. , The time limit expired at mid
night. The American detective added
mystery to the case tonight when he de
clared that his failure to produce the
missing man was due to the failure of the
Martin family in Memphis to answer a
cable which he had sent them April 15.
"Until this answer comes I can do noth
ing more," said Burns. "I am awaiting
the authorization from Memphis to make
public certain facts concerning the case."
Scotland Yard has dropped the investi
gation, temporarily, at least, as there does
not appear to be any necessity of their
An indication significant of tho turn
which the case has taken is shown by
the announcement tonight that J. Lock
hart Anderson, Martin's close personal
friend and business acquaintance, has
withdrawn his reward of $2,500 for Mar
tin's return, giving as his reason the fail
ure of Napoleon Hill Martin, the mls5lng
man's brother, to notify him of the reason
for his sudden cancellation of his trip to
MARTIN'S AGED MOTHER
ILL AS THE RESULT OF
Memphis, Tenn.. April 17. Grief over
the disappearance of Joseph W. Martin,
In London, and the bankruptcy proceed
ings of the Martin-Phillips Company, of
which ho was president, has caused the
serious illness of Mrs. Nina D. Martin,
mother of the missing cotton broker.
Physicians today admitted she might
die. Mrs. Martin prays constantly that
her son will be found.
Flans were under way today for the
reorganization of the Martin-Phillips
Company. Dan S. Elliott, receiver of
the firm, said the assets of the company
were good. He said he had assurances
from New York and St. Louis bankers
that they were satisfied with the securi
ties on th loans which they have made
the company in the last two das.
The United States is now importing
coffee at a rate of about 1,000,000,000
pounds a year, more than one-third of
the world's production.
Soak one-half of a smoked ham for
twelve hours in cold water, and scrape
very clean in every part. Make a
paste withthree quarters of a pound
of flour and water a very firm paste;
roll it out in a sheet large enough to
cover all the ham; wrap the ham up
in this, and wet the edges where it is
joined to make it adhere. See that
it is covered in every part. Put in a
roasting pan, and roast for two and
one-half hours; when this is done the
paste will be very brown and hard;
crack it oft and remoe the skin.
It may be covered with browned
bread crumbs and served hot, which is
best, or served cold, having been glaz
ed and decorated. To make the glaze,
mix one tablespoonful of powdered
gelatine, one teaspoonful of meat ex
tract and one-half a cupful of water
in a saucepan; allow to boil, then
brush the ham twice with this glaze.
$1.00 Qt. $3.50 Gal.
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PHONE MAIN 1815.
Automobile For Special Delivery.
STUDEHTS T0 01ATE AT M..A. C.
Aaaanl Contest Mettveea SfarjrlaaL
iMtUwtiena tMc Held Next Week.
Special to Tbe WUbiDeton Haald.
Colleg- Park, April 17. The annual In
tercollegiate oratorical contest will take
place In the new auditorium building at
the Maryland Agricultural College Fri
day evening, April 25. The- colleges to
be represented in this contest are St.
John's, of Annapolis; Western Maryland,
of Westminster; Washington College, of
Chcatertown, and Maryland Agricultural
College. The" contestants representing
the last-named college will be selected
from the Morrill and New, Mercer liter
ary societies of the Institution. The us
ual amount of interest Is manifested,
and a large representation from each
of the colleges entered is expected.
ANNEX TO HYATTSVILLE JAIL.
Former iMayer Awarded Contract to
Special to Tbe Wtihlnjton Herald.
Hyattsvllle, Md.. April 17.-As the re
sult of excessive fees said to be exacted
by .certain incorporated towns of Prince
George County for temporarily housing
in their local lock-ups State and county
prisoners awaiting extradition to Marl
boro, the commissioners of the county
yesterday awarded a contract to former
Mayor William P. Magruden.of Hyatts
vlUe for tho erection of an annex" to the
county Jail here.
The structure will be built of cement
will be as nearly fireproof as possible,
and will be encircled by an eight-foot
fence. The building will be twelve by
twelve, and will be available for all
State and county prisoners pending their
removal to the county Jail.
COURT IS TOO SMALL.
Henry Would Iacreane Sapreme
Conrt Membership by Two.
That an . effort will be made in the
course of this Congress to enlarge the
personnel of. the United States Supreme
Court was indicated yesterday in a state
ment made by Representative Robert L.
Henry "of Texas, of the House Commit
tee on the Judiciary.
Representative Henry said business
had increased in such volume before the
Supreme Court that the Justices were up
to their ears at all times with work, and
that the time had arrived when relief
should be afforded by enlarging the per
sonnel of the court.
"a bill Is now pending in the Senate,
increasing the number of Justices from
nine to eleven," said Mr. lenry. "I have
no doubt a like bill will 'be presented in
the House, and that it wll become law
within the next few years. The court
should be enlarged. Its docket is filled
and as a result of the Increase in busi
ness there is great delay in the adjudi
cation of cases."
Something; Wren jr.
"What's the dissatisfaction with Plunk
ville owning its own water works?"
"Why, we still pay water bills- Most
of us thought we'd all draw dividends
when he town owned its own water
Kerosene will quickly cleanse zinc or
enameled sinks, bath tubs, and refrig
RECIPES OF PROVEN
Teaato Jelly Salad.
Put four heaping- tablespoonfuls of
powdered gelatine in a clean sauce
pan, add three cupfuls of water, one
can of tomatoes or one and one-half
pound of fresh tomatoes, one slice of
onion, one tablespoonful of tomato
catsup, one tablespoonful of vinegar,
one bay leaf, one blade of mace, one
teaspoonful of salt, three cloves and
the whites of two eggs.
Beat over the fire till boiling, re
move beater and allow to boll up, draw
to one side and cover for five min
utes. Strain and color red with a few
drops of red vegetable coloring. Pour
in a wet ring mold. Turn out when
firm T on crisp lettuce leaves, fill the
center with chopped celery and broken
pecan nut meats well mixed and ma
rinated; cover with mayonnaise sauce.
(F. M. HODGES, Prop.,)
Dressed while you wait and abso
1800 T Street N. W.
Phone N. "2379.
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The Bex. 16c.
20OS FBreeatk St. N. .
-Phona N 381.
WORK ON ANACOSTIA
FLATS IS UNDER WAY
Tw Dre.f es Start m Wait h Kmwi
as Project No. 2, to Cast
The first actual work to be done
toward expending the aproprlations of
9300,000 so far made by Congress for the
reclamation of the ,Anacostia- flats in
what Is known as project No. 2, betweon
the Anacostia, and Pennsylvania Avenue
bridges, was begun yesterday, and two
dredges were placed in this space to
carry on the work.
The basket-ball season of the Athletic
Association of Emmanuel Episcopal
Church was brought to a close last even
ing In the parish hall with a large num
ber present. George Fisher has cap
tained the team, while J. C. Wlnterwerp
has been the president of the associa
tion. Salem Lodge, No. 22, Independent Or
der of Odd Fellows of Anacostia met
last evening in the local Masonic Hall.
Rev. John E. Fort, who has been in
charge of two Methodist Episcopal
churches beyond Georgetown for a few
ears, and who is a resident of Anacos
tia, expects shortly to give up his local
duties and assumo charge of five Metho
dist churches In the Laytonsvllle, Mont
gomery County, Md , circuit Mr. Fort
will sever his connection with the
Washington firm with which he has
been connected for a number of years.
Tho Ladles' Sewing Society of the
German Orphan Aslum, Mrs. Katherino
Loeffler, president, met yesterday after
noon at the institution. In Good Hope
J. E. W. WAYMAN SHOOTS SELF.
Former United State Attorney, la
III Health, Attempt Suicide.
Chicago, April 17. John E. W. Wayman,
former State's attorney, shot himself at
his home this afternoon. Thyslcians hold
little hope for his recovery.
Dr. W. O. Krohn, the family physician,
said Mr. Wayman's act was duo to his
overwrought nervous condition.
Mr. Wayman was at Excelsior Springs
Mo, several weeks ago for nervous trou
ble. Wednesday several physicians de
cided at a consultation at Strecter Hos
pital that he would have to undergo an
operation for appendicitis. He left the
hospital, but was taken back there at
midnight Wednesday night. Ho practi
cally escaped from the place against or
ders this morning.
STUDENTS IN GERMAN PLAY.
'Kontff DroMcIlmrt" to Be' Given
May 2 and 3.
"Konlg Drosselbart" is the title of the
annual spring play to bo given by the
students of Eastern High School on
Friday and Saturday, May 2 and 3. De
spite tho fact that the play is to be given
in German, the teachers In charge assert
that the play will bo as easily under
stood as a moving picture play.
The annual spring play Is given for
the benefit of the athletic association,
and always draws capacity audiences.
'Twelfth Night," the play given last
year, was pronounced by educationalists
as the best that had ever been present
ed by a scholastic company.
Two and one-half pounds of rhu
barb, one cupful of sugar, one-half
a cupful of strained orange juice," one
heaping tablespoonful of powdered
gelatine, the grated rind of two
oranges, one cupful of whipped cream,
flaored with one teaspoonful of va
ntla extract and sweetened to taste,
and a number of individual pastry
Cut the rhubard into one inch pieces.
Place in a baking dish in layers,
sprinkling sugar between the layers,
add two tablespoonfuls of water 'and
tho grated rinds of the oranges. Place
in a moderate oven, cover and bake
for one and one-quarter hour. Dis
solve the gelatine in the orange juicg,
and when the rhubarb is cooked, re
move it from the oven and add this
mixture t.o it. Let it get perfectly
cold. When redy to serve, fill the
shells with the rhubarb mixture, heap
with whipped cream and decorate with
finely chopped nut meats. Ladies
Amrein's Ice Cream
At $1.00 Per Gallon
Is the most wholesome and delicious
you can buy.
Pure ingredients, properly combined,
make it the Cream of utmost quality.
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"HELLO ,GIIIS" OE "WOLVES?
Leader Araae Operative
Deserve Caanace of Menbrloaet.
Baltimore, f April 17. The recently ex
pressed wish of the telephone girls in
Baltimore that in the future they should
not be called "hello girls" meets with
the approbation of every union sym
pathizer In the city. But there It stops.
For instead of being given the title of
"operators," the unionists wish to be
stow on the girls the name of "wolves."
It was under this title that the "cen
trals" were bitterly scored last night
at a meeting of the Baltimore Federa
tion cf Labor fbr going to Boston re
cently to help break an impending strike
of the telephone operators in that city.
"It has come to my notice," said
Delegate Neal, who led the attack on
the telephone girls, '.'that they gave a
dance a few nights ago and the proceeds
were to be devoted to charity. This
dance was simply a subterfuge to again
win the confidence of the public after
they had betrayed it. But a coat of
whitewash does not change a wolf Into
a lamb, which applies to the telephone
ON MORGAN ART WORKS
ON TRIP ACROSS SEA
London, April 17. Negotiations have
been started for the placing of large in
surance in the London market upon the
Morgan art treasures. It believed the
total Insurance taken out will probably
exceed $30,000,000, covering the books and
MSS. during their transit to the Metropol
itan Museum, and also the Morgan col
lection that is now in the museum.
Mr. Morgan rarely Insured his treas
ures. Even those that were shipped from
the South Kensington Museum to New
York went uninsured against marine
risks, but Mr. J. P. Morgan, Jr.. who has
always Insured the treasures for which
he was responsible, has ordered all the
NEW REPUBLIC ASKS PRAYERS.
Christian Chluee Ura-cd to Set
Aside Day of Devotion.
Pekin, April 17. The Chinese govern
ment appealed today to all Christian
Chinese in the republic to set aside April
27 as a day for prayer, that China be
guided to a wise solution of the criti
cal problems which i confront her.
The appeal requested prayer for the
national assembly, the new government,
the President to be elected, the consti
tution, the recognition of the new repub
lic by the great powers, the election of
strong, able men to office, and the main
tenance of peace within the country and
with other nations.
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Best Fresh Selected Eggs, doz - 22c
Best Coffee, BgE Wh-"e Y-ou - 25c
Owing to our fire, we will give you the ben
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Friday and Saturday.
916 Louisiana Ave. N. W.
Groceries Retailed at Wholesale Prices
Phone Main 228.
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of every sort; delivered promptly.
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