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Cloudr "and colder today: probably fair omomiw * HI cheat umfaralun yaatarday. M: low ML 4S. THE MORNING PAPER a tonic la ?a all day. lataraat ta Brlafi tin frank Dm. It'a Ilka _ the nornlnc. It stays <a tba home THE HERAIJD prints faaturaa of lataraat ?very member of the. family. NO. 4779 Y?far4ay's Net GrcmktiMi, 40,214 WASHINGTON. D. CM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1919. ONE CENT 'k, ? ssktadss and MINERS QUIT CONFERENCE, REJECT 14 PER CENT RAISE CARRANZA IS DEFIANT IN ?NOTETOU.S. Mexican Presidents Curt Denial to Request for Jenkins* Release Will Be Considered Today at Cabinet Meeting. i> TEXT OF NOTE KEPT STRICTLY A SECRET ' 1 Will Be Published After Course of U. S. Decided Upon?Drastic Action Is Demanded by Officials o( Government. 1 - The next step towards securing] a satisfactory settlement of the controversy with Mexico over the arrest and imprisonment of the American consular agent, Will iam O. Jenkins, rests with the Cabinet. This was the understanding lk>t night when it was announced that the State Department would not make public until today- the official text of Carranza's flat re fusal to comply with the demand for the immediate 'release of Jenkins. Reply Arrive*. Receipt of the Mexican note was announced shortly before 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon, since which time Secretary Lansing has had it under consideration. No statement as to this government's attitude was forthcoming, however, probably be k cause the Secretary desired to ?ub mit the case to the Cabinet meet ing at 11 o'clock today. ^ 'gravity of the aiU uaton provoked by Mexico's defiance | of the virtual ultimatum of the State Department. Mr. I^ansing is understood to want a consensus of o^finion of the Cabinet as to whai course he should follow. What form the next note to Car ranzar will assume depends upon the Cabinet decision, whether tte flr:n stand taken by Secretary Lansing is to be backed up or a psore con ciliatory attitude is to be taken. wA Kraflrm Mand. If the Cabinet decides to enforce the demand for the immediate release j of Jenkins, it is likely that a most . drastic note will be immediately sent J to Mexico, affirming: that the reasons given for the detention of the consu lar agent are insufficient and evasive and insisting on a literal construction of the demand for his immediate re- ! lease. ^ The Mexican reply aroused great in dignation among members of the Sen ate and House who are in the city, and It was the determination of all of them to bring the situation squarely before both, branches when the new , session is convened next Monday. Should the CaJainet order a drastic note dispatched to Mexico and the CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO. 1 AT WASHINGTON THEATERS , j Shubert-Garrick?"At 9:45." 1 Poli's ? "Business Before Pleasure." ? National ? The Ed Wynn Carnival with Ed Wynn. Shubert-Belasco ? "My Lady Friends," with Clifton Craw ford. Moore's Rialto ? Constance I Talmadge in "A Virtuous Vamp." Loew's Palace?Bryant Wash, bum in "It Pays to Ad vertise." Crandall's Metropolitan?Tom Moore in "The Gay Lord Que*." Crandall's Knickerbocker ? John Cumberland in "Gay Old Dog." Crandall's ? William Russell in "Eastward, Ho!" Moore's Garden?"Male and Female." Moore's Strand?"The Broken Butterfly." Loew's Colombia ? Olive Thomas in "The Glorious Lady." B. F. Keith's?Vaudeville. Cosmos?Continuous Vaude ville and pictures. Lyceum ? Burlesque; "The Tempter*." The Coliseum?The McClel lands; fancy skaters. Gayety ? Burlesque; "Follies of the Pay" . 1 FLEES BOLSHEVIKS I Rome, %m\. -7.?A soldier in | the famoun Rnnalnn womn'i battalion of dfath. Donna Fla vin Potenakl, ban returned to | her home in Italy nftef fleeing; from the Rolxhevlks. BULLETINS BY TELEGRAPH: Chicago?Entire west in grip of blizzard faces suffer ing from lack of coal. New York?Radicals held at Ellis Island for deporta tion refuse to break hunger strike, even for turkey. Boston?The treaty will be passed and with reserva tions. Senator Lodge says in speech. Philadelphia?Fire in toy shop, mother saves four children, one fireman in jured. Pittsburg ? Enoch Rauh, well-known in State Repub lican political circles, dies. Cleveland?Four railroad I brotherhoods in session here reject Hines' wage award. Chicaqp?The explosion of a meteor, is given as the reason for the earth shock felt here. San Jose?Prisoner to die for murder, offers to sell in terstitial glands, money go ing to wife of man he killed. New Orleans?All whisky stocks quickly sold after lid lifts. Pittsburg ? Papers here consider^ raise in price to three cents. Warrentown, Mass.?Mrs. Tom Thumb will be buried today. Ottawa?British naval mis sion will visit United States. WASHINGTON: Capital rejoices in a day of thanksgiving. James Caffe, taxi driver. ; lies 17 hours in woods after i assault by unidentified man. Political pot begins to boil as delegates to party conven tions are discussed. Isaac T. McClanahan is crushed beneath train in Union Station sheds. Gloom pervades police court as 17 prisoners ob serve Thanksgiving Day be fore bar. Col. Barry Bulkley men tioned as successor to Com missioner Gardiner. Col. Elisha Theall serious ly injured by automobile. Citizens' Associations can vass homes in membership drive. Coal Conference adjourn ed. miners refuse offer of 14 per cent wage increase. Mexican reply to demand for Jenkins release a curt denial, will be considered by Cabinet today. j Congress is divided on the advi&bility of budget legis lation which is to be brought I up at new session. BY CABLE: Rome?King. Victor Em manuel defies- Socialistic ele ment, will call Deputies December 1. London? Unionists cable support to American miners. London?Fr. Thomas J. O'Donell freed of charge of s treason. jm I TAXI DRIVER NEAR DEATH IN ATTACK 1 Slashed by His Passenger in Lonely Wood, James Caffes Lies Unconscious For 17 Hours After Rob ber Escapes in Car. IS FINALLY RESCUED > BY HOLIDAY HUNTERS l I * Assailant, Calling Himself Ex-Soldier, Hired Car ? "To Go to Wedding - Attempts to Murder Vic tim After Robbing Him. t After lying for seventeen hours in the mud and rain in the woods off Fairfax road, a mile from Occoquan workhouse, James Caf fes, a public hacker, 731 Twelfth ! street northwest, Ss in a serious condition in the workhouse hospi tal following a murderous assault : by an unidentified man Wednes : day night. By merest chance Caffes* un conscious form, his throat cut and his face slashed, was discovered by two Thanksgiving Day hunters : yesterday afternoon. Caffes was hired by the mil drive 1 him to a Virginia town, wht'*, he said, he wished to attend a wedding. The passenger represented himself as an ex-soldier, living in southeast ; Washington. The man whose wedding 1 he was to attenc^he told the chauf feur. was a former comrade-in-arms in France. Lays JTrop. CatTes, bearing his .passenger in" a big Hudson Super-Six. left Washing ton at 7 o'clock Wednesday night. Two hours later, on a lonely stretch of road near the workhouse, the pas senger ordered Caffes to stop. "The man aaid there was a house ?*ack in the woods oft the road." Caffes told Maj. Pullman and Inspector Grant at the vwkhousc. "He said he wanted to get some people from the house to take to the wedding and in sisted that I get out so that I might get something to eat. "We walked Into the woods about CONTINUED ON PAOE TWO. MAN IS KILLED BENEATH TRAIN l Returning Home After Holi day Toil, Meets Mishap In Station. 1 Returning to his humble home tired and weary from hard toil at the end 6f a Thanksgiving Day 4a which the rent of the world was rejoicing, Isaac T. McClanahan was crushed to death under a train in the Union Station sheds at ? o'clock last night. A mis-step in alighting plunged him beneath the cars and his head was severed from his body. Kor hour* passengers passing to and -fro sidestepped a bundle of raggej burlap he had clutched, lying beside track 17. little realizing that It marked the spot that darkened one unfortunate home as another day of thanksgivinc flashed by. McClanahan. 50 years old. was a car cleaner In the employ of the terminal company. His home was in Maryland Park, Md. Cyclist Hurt in Crash, Auto Driver Is Jailed Earl Coulter. 33. of 92t Pennsylva nia avenue southeast, was Injured yesterday afternoon, when a motor | cycle tandem, w hich he and Stanley |T. Bailey, of Hyattsvllle. Md.. were I riding collided with an automobile truck driven by John P. Jennifer^ col ored. 1M Quander court southeast, at Nichols avenue and W street south east. Coulter w?s sent to Providence Hospital. Jennifer was locked up at the Elev enth Precinct station house, charged with colliding and with operating an automobile whlhle under the Influ ence of liquor. MORE NEWSPAPERS PLAN PRICE RISE Pittsburg. Pa.. Nov. 27.?A move to Increase the price of the local daily newspapers from two to three cents Is now being considered by the Pub lishers' Association. | Let Election Decide Treaty, Borah Insists Senator Would Delay Ac tion, Proceed with Other Pressing Legislation. i Declaring that the treaty and | league of nations issues will be set | tied at the elections next year. Sen ' ator Borah. Idaho, last night urged | Congress to pass the Lodge resolu I tion declaring a state of -peace with Germany at once and turn attention to pressing domestic questions. Reorganisation of the railroads, elimination of Kovernmentat extrava gance, stamping out of proflteeting and withdrawal of American soldiers from Russia were mentioned by Bo rah as matters that demanded the immediate attention of Congress. There are more men in the Senate opposed to the league of nations than at any time in the past, Senator Bo rah said. The league can only be ac cepted by the Senate provided admin istration Senators accept the Ixxlge reservations, and a two-thirds vote would be doubtful even in that event, he added. The people have already assumed j jurisdiction over the league of na tions issue and propose to settle it I at the next election. Senator Borah declared. Senator Borah along with Senators Johnson. Mooes. Brandegee and oth ers of hib group have contended from the llrst that the treaty question would have to be carried to the polls. SOUTHEROUD'' JILTS NOBLEMAN ? 9 Unceremoniously Dropped By Tennessee Girl?Many Times Wounded. Nashville, Tenn.. , I^ov. 27.?Mis*, Katherine Kelson. 20, of Murfreai boro, Tenn., has announced that she has jilted Sir Gerald Royden Bald win, British nobleman, who has been the quarry of Middle Tennessee bellea all this season. Then she took a train for Ixniisville, where she can i forget and avoid her friends who, she feared, would nudge each other with j their elbow* whenever she appeared ? among them. The marriage license was Issued here Wednesday morning. Then Miss Nelson changed her mind. Sir Gerald left for Memphis and in his haste took a wrist watch belonging to Miss Nelson's chauffeur. Sir Gerald came here three weeks ago. He wore kilties and was dined ! by the best society. He had been i wounded nineteen times and gassed ' once. He is said to have spent thou sands of dollars while "rushing" Miss Nelson, a dark-eyed beauty. "Murfreesbor? was too slow." Miss Nelson exp!ained. "after life In Bos ton and New York, so I took up with the dashing Englishman. But I guess I let things go too far." Sir Gerald said his parents di?*d from influenza while he was in the service, leaving him a vast estate in j England. NEW ORLEANS BARE OF RUM AFTER ORGY ! New Orleans. Nov. 27.?"The mora | ing after the day before" was the j popular song here today, rendered in J lugubrious tones by those who par j ticipated in a night of wild hilarity, j during which virtually every last gill of whisky was consumed and more j than $100,000 was transferred from the pockets of the roisterers to the tills of saloon keepers. Drinks brought as high as 73 cents each and when the whisky was exhausted, t'l- sc)o>ns supplied gin. Restaurants and saloons did a record business during the doxen or more hoyrs the lid was off. Mrs. Preston Gibson Retains Guardianship Mrs. Preston Gibson, who with her husband is spending the Thanksgiv ing holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Rich ardson Gibson, of this city, has won her flght to retain sole guardianship of her two children, whose father, her former husband. A. D. B. Prati. sought to have another guardian ap pointed. Justice Glegerich, in New York, set" aside the motion. SrtbP EftRLY j 8<?oth? P? i lfc'-'j^) SOWETMlKC ?rN (<fJB SPORTY.the V? A,os wiciTfu. W. you WHAT" x. nm XI days to CHflNVTMA s FUELFAMINE GRIPS WEST IN BLIZZARD Temperature 20 Bejow Zero Finds Scores of Cities Without Coal?Farmers Tear Down Fences to Keep Heat in Homes. . * LIVES THREATENED AS SHORTAGE GROWS Kansas Governor Pleads for Volunteers to Dig Coal To Save Lives?Illinois, Iowa and Other States Near End, Reports Say. j Chicago, Nov. 27.? Meager coal j reserves of the country were being I hoarded more carefully tonight'as winter weather swept over the Northwest and spread east of the Great Lakes and south of the Ohio River. Snow had fallen in i most of the Middle \Vest and i Northern States, and at some 'points temperatures of JO below , zero were reported. Reports to night show scores of communities without fuel for heating purposes. Call for Volunteer*. So desperate had the situation be j come in Kantian that Gov. Allen is | sued an appeal for volunteer coal diggers. The governor worked with his secretary all day. sending appeals broadcast, according to advices from Topeka. It was expected the, first j volunteers would commence work Sit ; urday. Kanaas is one of the Middle West ern States where towns and villages I are without fuel to heal the homes. .Thought of keeping Industries run jning has Riven second place to a J battle for fuel to save the lives of the population from freezing. Farmers were reported wrecking their fences and barns to get wood to burn and In some of the smaller towns old build ings were being torn down for fuel. The coal famine had extended West today as far as Oregon. In the South ern part of the State, which depends on coal from Wyoming and Utah, | stores had been depleted. An order j to conserve fuel wan sent broadcast | over the State. Mayor Baker of 'Portland, said the coal shortage in [ that city was serious. S Below Zero la Denver. Cciorado was experiencing the cold est week of the winter and reports showed a sh art age of fuel in numerous towns. The temperature was 5 below zerc at Denver and snow had fallen over parts of the State. While only meager reports were re ceived from Wyoming, those that drifted in indicated the fuel famine was being felt at different points in the State. At Cheyenne the ther mometer registered 20 degrees beftw I zero this morning. ! Even in the far South the fuel fam J ine was being felt today. Unseason ably cold weather had settled over the i country. At Atlanta tlje fuel admin istration ordered consultation, and it was announced many Industries would remain closed until Monday, while of tice buildings and stores were expect j ed to close early each night. Illinois l.ow. The situation in Chicago was un changed, but it was expect' more stringent conservation orders would be issued. ? "We are tlown to bed rock now," said T. W. Proctor, fuel administra tor. "I haven't any idea of the move the government Is contemplating, but we do not give conl to any but public j utilities, essential industries and re ; tellers," | Coal supplies had been exhausted In J scores of Iowa and Nebraska towns ? and the people wete resorting to 1 wood and oil. At Omaha and 8ioux i City the Cudahy Packing Company J installed oil burners in their packing j plants and It was expected similar action would be taken by some other I concerns. It was said fuel oil could | be secured in abundanc#. Turkey Served Bat Reds On Strike Don't Eat It New York. Nov. 2".?The stubborn ' attitude of sixty-nine alleged radi cals held lit Bill, Inland for depor tation. nnd who have been on a hunger strike for three days, was stronger than the fragrant aroma of bin. brown turkeys and Thanks giving Day fixings. Two hour* after schedule time for the dinner today none of the hunger strikers had reported for duty at the table. HoM'Up Mm Get 140. Artello Slmi. SS Seventh street northwest, was held up at the point of a revolver and robbed of MO by two ne^r*cs. at Third straet and Mary land avenue southwest, last nliht. Descriptions of the hlshfaymvn ?ere provided the police. jp. C. Forgets Living Costs, Iinjoys Feast First Thanksgiving Since Service Men's Return Marked by Festivities. Another Thanksgiving Day has passed into history. Those who last year were yet "over^ there' still stained with the mud of Flanders Fields, yesterday sat around the family table, ate real home-cooked . turkey and asked for another help t ing of cranberry sauce, j In Washington homes the same ! gladness prevailed that marked the | observance of Thanksgiving in the I "old days." The nation's capital took j a day off and entered heart and soul i into giving thanks for the passing ? of the clouds of war and the return ?f its men who spent two preceding Thankagiving days in the trenches. President Kats Quail. Services in the churches opened the day's festivities. Then happy fami lies, smiled at each other across huge arrays of Thanksgiving goodies and | devoted the remainder of the day to ! enjoyment, for Thanksgiving comes j but once a year. ! From the lowliest citizen, who dis regarded for the time the high cost of living and dtned on the best that could be had. to the nation's chief executive, who set aside the annular gobbler and dined on a modest meal of quail, all taated appreciatively their till of Thanksgiving dainties and breathed a prayer of gratitude for living in the land of full and plenty. ChBrrliM Are Filled. ' ^hes filled with morning wor 8> \f renounced with hymns. A .nhd the Pan American mass cele brated in St. Patrick's, attended by OOXTINI KD ON TWO. MARINE COLONEL STRUCK BY AUTO * r Run Down in Connecticut Ave., Col. Theall Is Badly Injured. Col. Elisha Theall. stationed st Marine Barracks, is in a serious con dition at Emergency Hospital fol lowing an automobile accident at | Connecticut avenue and Bancroft ! place northwest, yesterday. j Col. Theall was struck by an auto I mobile driven by Eugene Abadia. of Florence Courts, a former officer in I the Engineer Corps, and. it was said ! at the hospital, probably has a frac : tured skull and possible internal in ! juries. His face and body were badly | lacerated. GLANDS OF CONVICT j PUT UP FOR AUCTION j San Jose. Cal., Nov. 27.?Floyd L*ee McClure. who killed Detective j Schoemhs. left no doubt today that j he is "game" in his offer to sell his | interstitial glands to the highest .bidder, the funds going to his vic tim's widow. | "I will do anything to help that woman." said McClure. He had seen the statement of the director of San Quentin prison that his proposed op eration would have to be performed before McClure went to prison. J "if I ran legalise the selling of my glands before I go across, than I'm ready." he said. "I'm sorry for what I've done, hut it Is finished now and can't be undone. | "The operation .would be nothing. Of course. I would want to know that I was to hang. T guess It's pretty sure I'd die." Twas Edward's Day Off So They All Celebrated | Edward Johnson and his wife. Maude. 1734 Marion court northwest, celebrated Thanksgiving by partici pating In an altercation which sa , vored of the cave-man period. The climax of the fight came when . Edward raised high a chair and low ered It with force on the head of his battling spouse ? As a result Maude was ?ent to | Freedmen's Hospital to be treated ' for lacerations and Edward is re penting Jiis violence In a cell at the ?Eighth precinct station. To Buy "Smallest Woman." WaiTentown. Mass.. Nov. 27.?Funeral services for Mrs. M. l-evenia Maig s, known throughout the I'ni ed States and practically all of the civilized |world as Mrs. Tom Thumb, will be held tomorrow afternoon in the Old Homestead here. The body will be Interred Saturday beside that of her husband. Oen. Charles Sutton, the original Tom Thumb, in Mountain Grove Cemetery. at Bridgewa'e . tconn. A regulation six foot casket will be used for the body of cne of ,the smallest women the woild has ever known ^ Mine No <poal if Demands Are Not Met by Operators i Neither Side Sees Chance of Peace As Ne gotiations End?Government Will Not Permit Any Disorders, Is Garfield's An swer to Lewis' Disclaimer of Responsi bility. , f The conference between the coal miners and the operator* broke up yesterday witliout reaching any settlement of the wage controversy. The miners unanimously rejected the government proposal, made by Dr. Garfield at the direction of the Cabinet, for a 14 per cent in crease without increasing the price of coal. I This rejection ?u made after the? operators had announced that they' would accept the government's sagges- | tion for settlement. The operators! also notified Dr. Garfield of their ac ceptance. but pointed out that to In- j crease wares without increasing the j selling price would eliminate the ] profits of a large number of mines, and seriously affect production. They i said they would rely upon the gov ernment to make later adjustments In pricea to remedy thla. ('??fereur Bads. The operators then renewed their offer of submitting the dispute to a board of arbitration but his was re fused by the miners. On motion of the miners the coal conference was adjourned sine die. The miners said that hey were go-, ing home to "ait tight." While aev- 1 eral of the operators expressed the hope that something might yet be done to renew negotiations, nothing could be found in the situation to-1 f nigh? to Justify this sanguine view. ! | The breaking up of the conference puts the coal situation directly up to the government in a more serious way than ever. It is not a matter for the J consideration of the Cabinet which! jwill meet again today. I nited States Fuel Administrator j Garfield said last night that he had j nothing to add to the statements he ' made Wednesday night when he laid 1 j 'he government proposals before the 5 ARE HURT IN | TROLLEY CRASH |W. R. E. Car Collides With Baltimore Train In Northeast. Four persons were seriously injured] at l:Jo o'clock yesterday afternoon when a Washington Railway and Electric Company, car collided with a special train of the Washington, Bat- | timore and Annapolis line on Renning I road, near Twenty-sixth street north west. A fifth was slightly'Injured. i The seriouslv injured are Mary Au gustine. 44. of Seat Pleasant. Md.: Wal ter Weaver. 33. of ?40 1. street north west. William Finchuren. 10. of 105 i Ridge road northeast: L*?ris Hurwita. '*? of *?" R street northwest. Slightly j injured: Henry Tavender, r*.".. 1M3 Olive ' street northeast. All were passengers on the W. R. and K. car. All except Tavender were J sent to Casualty Hospital. 1 Both cars were bound for Washing ton. The accident was caused when . the brakes of the train failed to oper 1 ate. the police say. PRIMROSE PATH ENDS AT GRAVE j Pittsburg Nov. K._A | in a strsnge and uncertain love af- j , fair was wrliten today in Imperial. I a small mining town about 14 miles ' from Pittsburg, with the burial of j Jessie Murphy, a l?-year-old girl, also' , known as Mrs. George R. Keltner. j Miss Murphy apparently committed j suicide in Greenville, a little Ohio i [ 'own near the Indiana state borde., j after she had been deserted by her! sweetheart. George Roy Keltner. fot merly a policeman of Coraopolls. 1 Miss Murphy was found .lead ?>, 1 bed Friday, morning in a rooming house conducted by G. T Wolre In Greenville. Indications pointed to- j ward her having taken her own lire by drinking two ounce, of carbolic j acid. Death had been Instantaneous. ' It had at first been reported that she had been murdered, but this i charge was not substantiated at an I Investigation Sunday morning in the i j mayor's court at Greenville. Tne I | ?*urt ordered that Keltner t>e helu to I await a farther hearing today. operator* and the miner*. Dr. Gar field ml id he would be here today, which mean* that he will be available at the Cabinet meeting:. HIUm la Bllnt. Secretary of Labor Wilson, whoae position that the miners should have been offered a raise of SLC per cent coxnxrro ox page two. NEW MAN FOR COMMISSIONER Name of Col. Barry Bulkley, Banker, Mentioned to Succeed Gardiner. ' t A new name was added to the list of candidates for District Commis sioner to succeed W. Qwynn Gardi ner at a meeting of the excutlve committee of the Civic Betterment Association yesterday afternoon at 1A0? H street northwest. W. Dumphr declared that Cot Barry Bulkley was 'the ideal man for the place," and the committee agreed with him. "Col. Bulkley," he said, "la a rep resentative of the financial inter est? as well as the business men of the District. He also would be fa vored by those engaged along edu cational lines and is deservedly pop ular with the soldier and sailor ele ment. He is a man of marked exec utive ability.** Col. Bulkley is an officer of the Merchants Bank, is vice president and secretary of the Crandall chain of theaters and is identified with other interests. His name will be placed before the Civic Betterment Association at its next meeting by the committee. "SOLDIER" IN SWINDLE ATTEMPT STILL GONE A search through military posts in and near Washington by the police for a man in an army uniform who is implicated in the bold attempt to swindle the Federal National Bank out of 11.3(H) Tuesday thus far has brought no results. Washington authorities are inclined to believe the man who presented a check for the above amount at the bank adopted the uniform to protect his real identity. The check wan presented to Charles D. Boyer. assistant cashier at* the bank, folloming a telephone message falsely purporting to be from Jo?in Poole, president of the bank. Tha cashier, suspecting all was not well, delayed cashing the check, with which the man disappeared. MINERS BACK LEWIS REJECTING ADVANCE Pittsburg. Nov. 27?District Num ber 5 of the Mine Workers announced today after a conference that Its members will stand solidly behind President Lewis in rejecting the 14 per cent wage advance offered by Fuel Administrator Garfield to settle the cos 1 strike. Operators are pushing plana to establish the open shop in working the mines. The coal situation In trowing daH^ more acute. Auto Accident Fatal To Washington Youth William H- Hallibough. 54. of Kit Adams Mill* road northwest, dI'-d ct t'anualty Hospital yesterday morning from injuries received IB an automobile accident on ths Marlboro road. Saturday night. Hallibough and three other per. Konr were In an automobile return ing from a party at the home of W. W. tirtfltth. Forestvllle, HI, when the accident occurred. Washington police and authori ties of Fringe Cearfea County, la which Jurisdiction the accident oo cur red. are investigating tha ted I