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viding every form of financ
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JfATHAS B. SCOTT, It?s]
in Frnldrnt _ _
CHAS. W. WARDEN, "
1st Vlee Prmldnl. Wb.
BATES WARREN, _ _
Aire President. c- c'
CHARLES W. SEMME9, J,,
.11 Vlee President.
i W*. S. WASH BURNT,
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M. J. WINPREE, ciu!
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n. Tomorrow and Wednesday II
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e of administration, will find 1
ly satisfactory banking house.
requirement of convenience
e?we have departments proial
: at your convenience.
^ on Savings
Foreign Drafts, Avail- gj
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r W. Bolgiano, William Laua,
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performance, and low y
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ly regulated protection jl
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Part of Young
Found in Sack i
By the Amcfa ted Fren.
BELTON, Tex.?The little town of
Rogers Is excited following the finding,
late yesterday, by two fishermen,
of the headless and legless body of a
young woman contained In a gunnysack
tied with a rope and floating in
The body, nude and in an advanced
stage of decomposition, was floating
In shallow water, near the mouth of
a creek. Rogers is twenty miles
southeast of Belton.
Xegro Shoots Sheriff, Also Shot.
I'EN'SACOLA, Kla.?Deputy Sheriff
John L. Owens of Quincy, Fla., was
shot and instantly killed by a negro
whom he was attempting to arrest
at Doptown. near Quiney. The negro
was immediately shot down and killed
by Corry Smith, the deputy's chauffeur.
1,000,000 CUnfae Utm Sartl.
NHW YORK.?Enough money has
been raised in China to save the lives
of a million famine sufferers, the
American committee for the China
famine fund announced. President
Hsu Shih-Chang personally gave $30,000
for the sufferers, and set the fashion
of planting cotton and vegetables
in the palace gardens.
Woman Hit by Plane Tllea.
JACKSONVILLE. Fla.?Mrs. A. Wollenkoff.
seventy years old, of Van
Wert. Ohio, was almost instantly
killed at Pablo Beach when an air
plane driven by Monte Uolfe of Augusta,
Ga, struck her. Rolfe, with
two passengers in the machine, was
attempting to make a landing on the
beach, and apparently did not see
Mrs. Wollenkoff. who was stooping to
gather seashells. The plane struck
her in the side and she died a few
37 Radicals to Be Deported.
DETROIT.?Thirty-seven aliens, for
whom deportation warrants have been
issued, have left Detroit under guard
tor Ellis Island, where .they will
await deportation. It is understood
they are to be joined en route to New
York by other groups of alleged radicals.
Some of those leaving Detroit
were accompanied by their wives and
Dry Agents Are Helpless.
JACKSON, Miss.?Wild catting," the
manufacture of illicit whisky, is
thriving in Mississippi, according to
reports reaching the capitol, and it is
said that, try as they may, the revenue
men cannot keep down the manufacture
of illicit whisky. The force
of men on the ground in this state is
not large enough to cope with the
evil. It is said that what passes for
whisky Is being sold at a price of
from $6 to $15 per quart, although it
may cost only from 50 cents to $1 to
manufacture, me purcnaser, paying
for risk taken by either distiller and
middleman before the product reaches
the ultimate consumer.
Fire at Camp Merrltt.
CAMP MERRITT, N. J ?Six wooden
barracks were destroyed on the Army
reservation here by a Are which broke
out simultaneously in all six buildings
and was apparently of incendiary
origin. Thirty other buildings
were damaged, the total loss being
estimated at 140.000. No soldiers have
been stationed in the camp for some
time. The camp was deserted save
for a half dozen watchmen, and (Iremen
were hampered by lack of equipment
and inadequate water supply.
Boy Decapitated in Aato Mishap.
BALTIMORE.?Wilbur Fisher, a sixyear-old
child, was killed and three
other children, their parents, and two
young women, eight in all, were
seriously injured when a high-powered
automobile overturned a small
touring car on the Reisterstown turn- j
pike near Finksburg, Carroll county,
last night. All the victims were pinned
under the wrecked machine and
the dead boy's head was severed as he
was catapulted through the windshield.
Burning Vessel Abandoned.
NEW YORK.?A sailing vessel believed
to be the British ship Frieda
E, was abandoned at sea on account
of fire, a radio message received by
the naval communications here said
last night. The captain and crew of
the burning ship were taken on board
the Japanese steamer Hofuku Maru
bound for Baltimore, which sent the
Huge Gambling Outfit Seised,
NEW ORLEANS. La.?Four truckloads
of gambling paraphernalia
were seized by the police in Jefferson
parish, in a place known as
"Ballard's," an alleged gambling
house. The paraphernalia seized included
devices for the playing of roulette,
faro, "coon can," "bird cage"
and a large quantity of poker chips
ranging in value from $5 to $1,000.
No arrest was made.
Kdneator Shoots Himself.
ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.?J. Paul
Spence, former supervisor of schools
in Norfolk, Va, and later superintendent
of schools in Elberton, Ga?
shot himself through the temple at
the home of his brother, Joseph C.
Spence. Spence, who is fifty-three
years old, locked himself in the bathroom
prior to the shooting. His condition
Three Sailors Drowned.
NEW ORLEANS.?Three sailors
were drowned when the crowded
launch Elvira T. was overturned in
the local harbor. Five others were
saved by passing vessels. The dead
SPRING styles in
clothes bring Spring
Styles in jewelry.
And as jewelry is an
essential of smart attire,
one's Easter costume re
quires fashionable designs
in Necklaces, Bracelets,
Rings and Pins.
Your demands for these
have been anticipated at
The style, beauty and
quality you seek are here,
so reasonably priced that
satisfaction is complete.
Flexible Bracelets, $15 to $55
Pearl Strings, $5 to $75
Fancy Rings, $5 to $25
Dainty Rosaries in Cases,
$4 to $12
Schmedtie Bros. CO
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i209 G Street Northwest
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Woman's Body "
Floating in River J
. i- rel
are William B. Mann of Boston. Iri
second engineer of the steamer Coil- un
vena; John Hurley of Bedford. Mass.. ad'
fireman on the same vessel, and Nestor
Hill of Finland, a sailor on the mj
I Women Safe From Turku.
BENDv Ore.?Miss P. C. Burt, wife C
of a Deutsche county i.metier, cap- nt,(
turerl earlier in the winter by Turkish
nationalists and held for ransom, j w 1
Is safe in Constantinople with her '
sister. Miss A. O. Anthony, according I Ye
to word received by her husband. | hei
Mrs. Burt and Miss Anthony are relief ihai
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j flNotes, drafts, coup
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I promptly handled, proc
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Safe Deposit Boxes for rex
R. GOLDEN" DONALDSON". I
Chairman of the Hoard.
WILLIAM MUEHLEISEN". J
. President. 11
a WILLIAM H. JOHNSTON", I
JJ Vice President. C
Open 8:30 a. m. to 5:30 ,
Wednesday and 5 to 8:30
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*00,000 for Irish Relief.
tOSTON.?The sum of $60,000 has
?n turned over to Irish prelates by
s Friends (Quaker) unit engaged in
ief work in Ireland for use by the
?=h White PrttK*. .Tames Doueias.
it treasurer, reported in wireless
rices received by the Massachuts
branch of the American comttee
for relief in Ireland.
Find Tiro Bodies In River.
IOVINGTON. Ga.?The bodies of two
errors, hound together face, to face
th *. (race chain and weighted
ivn with rocks, were discovered in
llow river about twelve miles from !j
re. The bodies, which apparently j
d been thrown from a bridge, were
1,600,000.00 1 'S i
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customers, FREE OF | ;
ons, real estate m j
. for collection are
:ceds being placed
?d over to you, as
r this and similar 2"
ireciate and profit
The Mt. Vernon."
s of Deposit
n t, $2.50 up, per year
:mmett c. davison*.
tOLUIAM R. BAUM. Cashier.
iOBT. T. HIGH FIELD,
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p. m. Tomorrow and
p. m. Every Saturday
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5th, 5 feet5 inches. Deptl
not low grade instna
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1330 G Strec
found by a boy. Authorities are with
out a clue as to the crime.
Robber Gets ?12.000 Hail
PROVIDENCE, It. I.?The home o
John R. Gladding-, director in severs
large concerns hetV, was entere
while the family was at dinner las
night and robbed of jewelry valued a
more than $12,000.
The robber entered by a porch win
dow on the second floor. The thic
only looted one bureau drawer.
Flsd Body to Potato Sack.
NEW YORK?The body of a mar
stabbed several times and tied up i
a potato sack, found in the Bronj
of the larges
the U. S. exclus
The most modern
chinery. Also exper
makers who learned
tories to do handwor
fine turn slippers.
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Half soles only,
ne To Pay Ba
rnS new and bej
guaranteed for 10
and protection. The
so-artistic that it is ce
contains a five-point i
three strings to unisc
qualify of felt hamn
pillar trusses, mahog:
inches. Length, 5 fee
improvements and d
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Player-Piano and an
pare These Pitmoi
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For a Great Deal M
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tnalitw of felt
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nents, but piaxtos
th the usual high
411 illlaitts, Prra
- was Identified as L<ouis d'Amico, a
produce dealer, by his brother. The
man had been rnissinff since last
Wednesday, the brother said,
i FIRE MAKES 10.000 IDLE.
;t SCRANTOX. Fa.. March 14.?-Fire
?t totally destroyed the electric power
plant of the Coal Hrook Colliery of
_ the Hudson Coal Company, north of
f this city, causing a loss of $30,000.
As a result 10.000 mine workers will
be thrown into temporary idleness.
I. Mme. Orossot has just retired from
n the French stage, after eighty-five
i, years behind the footlights.
tays in Hahn's
;t factories in If you or
iively devoted . shoes left
worn shoes. or Summei
, factory ma- bcfore >'ou
, , , awav.
t bench shoe- Possible
their trade in volI ,|lc prj,
n shoe far- When tli
k on women's you'll hard
your "old si
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, Men's, Worn- i
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men's or v
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? yfears, which assures you of
instrument is designed alo
rtain to satisfy the most sc
notor, spruce sounding boa
in, bushed tuning pins, re]
lers, nickel action bracket
my case handsomely polishe
st 5 inches. Depth, 2 feet,
pedal expression devicesinstrument
sewhere for a great deal mo
. In Writingore
! LOSES $39,500 IN GEMS.
Wife of New York Broker Bobbed
in Los Angeles Apartment.
! LOS ANGELES. Calif.. March 14
Mrs. Hazel I">e Mosstr.. wife of Borne
1 De Mossin. New York stock broker.
I reported to the police that Jewelry
i valued at $39,500 had been taken from
her apartment. She Raid she heard
some one movins: about her room,
and after she arose discovered her
A screen had been torn from a window
of the apartment.
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your family have any
over from last Spring
r?send them into 11s
decide to throw them
we may be able to save
:e of new pairs,
lev come back to you
ly recognize them as
Phone, Mail or
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seating action, good
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5 inches. The latest A
in fact, is a model %
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