WEEKS TO ACCEPT
British Presentation Delegation
Will Arrive This
UNVEILING IS TOMORROW
Former London Mayor to Make
Formal Donation, Judge Alton
B. Parker to Preside.
The British delegation, which is to
make a formal presentation of the
Burke statue tomorrow afternoon, is
expected to arrive here this afternoon.
Tomorrow, after a short sightseeing
tour in automobiles, the delegates
will attend the unveiling of
the Lord Bryce bust at 11 o'clock at
The delegation will then be entertained
at luncheon by the British
ambassador and Lady (reddes, going
from the embassy to the unveiling
of the Burke statue at 3 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon at Massachusetts
avenue and 11th street.
Sir Charles Wakefield, former lord
mayor of London, will deliver the
presentation address. On the morning
of October 13 the delegation will
be taken to Mount Vernon on the
President's yacht, the Mayflower. The
visitors will leave Washington that
Judge Parker to Prealde.
Dr. G. C. F. Bratenahl of the Washington
Cathedral will deliver the Invocation
at the Burke unveiling".
Alton B. Parker, chancellor of the
Sulgrave Institution of tfre United
States, will preside, and make the
Miss Freda Wakefield will unveil
the statue. Also, the national anthems
of the two countries will be
played. Floral tributes then will be
Secretary Weeks of the War Department
will accept the statue in
behalf of the people of the United
States. Rev. John I. Barrett of St.
Patrick's Church will pronounce the
benediction. Music will be furnished
by the United States Navy Band. A
patriotic concert will be given between
2:30 and 3 o'clock by students
of the Thomson and Franklin schools.
Committee of Sponsor*.
The sponsors committee for the
Burke unveiling consists of the fol
lowing: Arthur P. Adams or ivansao
City. Mo.; A. C. Bedford and James
Brown of New York city; George
Hum ham, jr., of Philadelphia, Pa.;
Joseph G. Butler, jr.. of Youngstown,
Ohio; Louis It. Cheney of Hartford.
Conn.; Barron Collier of New York
city. It. Fulton Cutting of New York
city, P. S. dii Font of "Wilmington,
Del.; P. A. S. Franklin, Elbert H.
Gary, Waiter Scott of New York city,
Ambrose Swasey of Cleveland, Ohio;
Charles H. Swift of Chicago, 111., and
Charles Phelps Taft of Cincinnati,
The British delegation will consist ;
of Sir Charles Wakefield, bart., for- i
mer lord mayor of London, and Lady j
Wakefield and Miss Wakefield; Sir!
Arthur Adlington Haworth. bart., JV1.
P., president Manchester Chamber of I
Commerce, M. C. Mansfield, College j
Oxford, junior lord of the treasury, |
*-tc.. and Ladj' Haworth; Harold'
fl'ii?nr and author: Sir Wil- '
liam L??*tts, hart.; H. S. Ferris, pub- i
licist and director British Sulgrave. J
pecretary. Watson chair, American
History Foundation: Hon. Lucien
Turcotte Pacand. government leader,1
Canadian house of commons,, and .
Mme. Pacand: Ideut. Gov. and Mme.
MacCallum Grant of Nova Scotia, |
representing: the Dominion of Canada,
and the Hon. D. B. Edwards, acting
high commissioner for the commonwealth
of Australia to the United
JURY DUTY CAUSES
MAN TO END HIS LIFE
Colored Man Found Shot. Leaves
Note Explaining Reasons for
"This jury duty is too much for me.
1 cannot eat or sleep. Slay Cod have
mercy' on me as He always has done.
I am so nervous 1 do not know what
'o do except go to my Slaker. Farewell.
The foregoing message was in the
room of William Henry Ricks, colored,
thirty-seven years old. 1523 Church
street, where Ricks was found yesterday
morning, suffering from a serious
bullet wound In the region of his heart.
Rlcks died at Emergency Hospital
this morning. Coroner Nevltt gave a
certificate of suicide.
Sealed messages, addressed to Ricks'
mother, in Newark. N. J., and W. A.
? T 1 Runt 11 tv.
i>v? n;, iiiuuoiiiai ? **and
IJ streets, also* were found. They
were turned over to Detectives O'Brien
and Livingstone after the man was
raken to Emergency Hospital.
Ricks, a paying teller In the Industrial
Savings Bank, had served
on the jury in Criminal Court since
October 3. He had told friends that
the Jury duty made him nervous and
he felt that he could not remain on
*uch duty during the entire October
term of the court.
Louise Johnson, cousin of the
teller, and her husband. Charles
Johnson. In whose house he resided,
heard the report of the pistal.
BAN ON BURNING LEAVES.
There will be no burning of leaves
on the streets or open lots of the
city during the fall season, if Maj.
Daniel Sullivan has his way. He
called to the attention of the police
today the provision of law prohibiting
this practice and directed a
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Addrmt But Si P, Star Oflct ?
New Pied Piper
Needed in Rat
War at Capitol
WANTED?A rat killer, who
can also find and remove them
after death; permanent employment;
apply Elliott Woods, architect
of the U. S. Capitol.
This appears to be an actual prospective
position, as Mr. Woods must
get rid of the hundreds of rats and
mica that frolic about the historic
building; and the Senate and House
office structures day and night. He
must get a man who can not only
iiiji me rodents, dui wno can searcn
them out after the ghost has been
given up and take th?m to the proper
place. There must be continuous
warfare, and -therefore the Job la
The following- recent developments
are responsive for this latest step:
Just before Congress adjourned an
appropriation of $4,500 was authorized
to exterminate rats, mice and
roaches in the Capitol and the Senate
and House office buildings. The
war of extermination was begun. It
proceeded with good results so far
as the roaches were concerned. But
the rats proved another matter.
Senators and members of the
House still in Washington and Capitol
employes making their way
through the depths of the Capitol
building in recent days noticed a disquieting
odor. Inquiry developed the
fact that holes were becoming rat
cemeteries. The rat catcher was told
this would never do; that the rat
must be killed and also removed.
When he found this could not be
done he threw up his hands and quit.
Now a new rat catcher must be
arraigned in court
Fifty-Three Defendants Demand
Jury Trial When Called Before
The first business disposed of with
the opening of the United states
branch of Police Court yesterday. Judge
Robert Hardlson presiding, was the
arraignment of fifty-three cases in
which the defendants stand charged
With violating the national prohibition
act. Assistant United States
District Attorneys Frank J. Kelly
and David A. Hart handled the cases.
Those arraigned arc:
Louis Gold, Louts Gritz, Kdward
Blight, John Kvans. John McCoy, Joe
j Edwards, Allen Colbert, sr.; Allen Colj
bert. jr.; Rose Dudley. Genevieve
Coleman, Ross "Watson, Elizabeth
Haley. Claude Bradford, Joseph Burch,
Joseph Taylor. Violet Jones, Elizabeth
McKenney. Eleonora Porter,
James Bumbey, Kelly Smith, Benjamin
Coleman, James Armstrong;, Edward
Wormley. Fred Williams, Thomas
Fells. Andrew E. Schroff. Abraham
Litvin, Elizabeth Motley, Fred Owens,
Fannie Snowden, Rosetta Allen. Elmer
E. Piper. Phil Adams, Edna
Bouise Goldsmith, Carmine Davede,
Walter Peterson, Edward Wayne,
Verling Harris, Bernard Corridon
James P. Behey, Clarence McCullough,
Richard Smith, I^ouis Turner. Edgar
W. Price, Joseph Aragona, Clarence
It. Myers. Alphonso Benedictti. Grace
Benedictti, Harvey B. Chase. Thomas
Lee Lomax. Joseph Fletcher. Samuel
In each case the defendants pleaded
not guilty and demanded a trial by
jury. Each of the defendants is out
on bonds ranging from $500 to 52.500.
Here are fifty-three cases to be
tried by juries. The best that can
possibly be done is to try three cases
a day and that is high speed. The
whisky cases have two days in each
week, Wednesdays and Thursday, for
jury trials, with a short part of the
morning hour. Tuesdays, for the arraignments.
To this fifty-three cases
now docketed there must be added
the thirty-eight cases up for arraignment
tndnr With H a nraonn*
| facilities it is impossible for Assisti
ant United States District Attorney
I Kelly to clear the docket, instead
i each week adds many new cases to
! those already on the docket.
! WOULD ADJUST TROUBLE
OVER LIQUOR SHIPMENTS
Secretary Hughes and Secretary
Weeks are endeavoring to settle the
controversy that has arisen between
the Republic of Panama and the authorities
of the Panama Canal Zone
over the refusal of the latter to
permit the landing or transshipment of
wines and liquors in that zone consigned
to Panama. That action taken
under the prohibition law virtually
prevents the importation of such
stores Into Panama, as the United
States controls the docks and towing
equipment at the Panaman cities at
both ends of the Canal Zone.
\_-ui. jiurruw, ru>cmiui ui mo zone,
has conferred with Secretary Weeks
on the subject and it is probable that
the question will be referred to Congress
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: FOR COLUMBUS DAY
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National Catholic Dramatic Guild
to Present Thr^e-Act
; '' \
Columbus day, which will be ob
served lnrormally in (Washington tomorrow,
will be featured by a threeact
play, "Columbus!" to be presented
In the auditorium* of Central
High School tomorrow night at S
. o'clock by members of the National
Dramatic Ouild of the National Council
of Catholic Men In conjunction
with the community center depart"
ment of the public schools.
The title rule, Columbus, will be
payed by Joseph Anthony Atchison.
Other principals In tho cast will be
Madelyno O'Brien and Teressa Crosson,
formerly with the Garrlek Players.
An editorial on Columbus, written
by Ira Bennett, will be read by Frederick
Stephens. An address will be
made by Miss Cecil B. Norton, general
director of the community center
Others who will take part In the
production are Miss Helen Mullane,
Joseph T. Fitzgerald, John Spreckelmyer,
Hugh Hutchinson, Frederick
Roy, Kdgar H. Lake. Philip Hufck.
Francis A. McCann, John O'Coiinor,
John Burke Walsh, Richard E.
Walsh, Edward B. O'Brien, Francis
A. McCoy, Leo V. Glorious and John
Gallagher. The public is Invited to
attend the exercises.
BELIEVED CAR VICTIM
District Supreme Court Auditor
T?- 1 l.t.
ikiivvAcu i/uwu ujf auwmobile.
Mrs. Margaret Hill. thirty-two
years old, 205 Llnworth place southwest,
was knocked unconscious by
a street car at 5th and 1a streets early
Monday night, according to a report.
She was taken home in an automobile,
the driver of which. It was reported, refused
to give his name. Her condition
improved and It is believed she
Investigation was made by police
of the second precinct. Crews "> of
street cars passing the scene denied
knowledge of the accident.
The automobile of Herbert W. Martin,
48 "H street southwest. Monday night
knocked down Herbert 1m Davis, fiftysix
years old, auditor for the District
Supreme Court, at 14th and Girard
streets. Mr. Davis was thrown to the
street and his legs hurt. The injured
man, who resides at 1241 Girard
street, was treated at Emergency
Hospital for bruises and a torn ligament.
Juuge Robert E. Mattingly, sitting
on the District of Columbia Police
Court bench yesterday, injected a
lecture on patriotism into the trial
of Christ Pappas, a Greek, before
lining mm fiv ivr uiouiuwij vwtwuyv
and 15 for stopping a pushcart between
the street curbing and a street
car loading platform.
Judge Mattingly discovered Pappas
was a Greek. He addressed him and
several other pushcart merchants
on the stringency of the Greek
situation. He asked them why they
did not sell out their businesses
and return to their native country,
where the support of every Greek In
the world against an invasion of
. Turks, was urgently needed. Tho
j court elaborated on the theme. He
j queried for reasons of the Greeks
| here in not joining the Grecian colI
ors to repel Ottoman invaders.
Pappas listened attentively. He j
took the stand and started firing i
words with the rapidity of a vocal 1
machine gun. He sought to inform
the court that he was as loyal as any
Greek ever born. There could be no
question as to that But he added,
he has a big family in this country,
and asked how can he go hack. He
started to shake the family tree and
to enumerate the horde of relatives
dependent upon him, but he was
stopped before he got very far along
in hie reply.
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| Right and Wrong *
Last week some fiend in human
form worked off on me a phony
buck, and wrath rose in me like n
storm, i- strongly yearned to run
amuck. "Ah, wen," I sighed, when
cooling down, "all is not lost, there's
hope ahead; there's some poor fish
in this man's town who'll fall for
this bum coin of lead. The grocer's1
eyes are weak and dim, he'd never
wise up to my game ; I'll shove this
Kncrtte ntnnlr nn him?hn'l! n m unr
WVQWa ? mm-** mm ?v 1 va I
know from- whom it came." First |
impulse always sways me thus, for |
self-defense is in me born; I must
get even with the cuss who steps
upon my choicest corn. JBut second
impulse comes and swings my mind
around when I. get cool; it is the
outcome of the things I learned at
home and Surtday school. "Some
guy has wrought me ill," I think,
but that's no reason, sound or true,
why I should seek some other gink,
and play a scurvy trick or two. The
grocer is an honest wight; and it
would be a rotten dfal to take advantage
of his sight, and sting him
with this pewter wheel. I'll meet
him oft in future days, and if I pulled
so coarse a stunt I'd always dread
to meet his gaze, I'd surely show a
guilty front. So I will throw this
buck away. I'll drop it down in
yonder well, where it can tempt no
other jay to hit the path that leads
to Hannibal, Mo."
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GARRICK?Grace George In "Ti
Love," performance at 8:10 p.m.
KEITH'S?The Eddie Foy Familj
vaudeville, at 2:15 and 8:15 p.m.
BELA8CO?"The Rltz Girls," am
vaudovllle, at 2:15 and 8:15 p.m.
> COSMOS?Bert Earl and GirlsBobby
Nelson, vaudevlllf, at 2, 6:8
and 9 p.m.
STRAND?"Sparks of Broadway,
vaudeville, at 2:10, 6:20 and 9 p.rr
, OA YET*?"Youthful Follies." a
2:16 and 8:15 p.m.
RIALTO?Prlscllla Dean in "Unde
Two Flags"; photoplay, at 11;20 a-m,
1:30. 2:45,- 5:20, 7:40 and 9:40 p.m.
David Pesetzkl, pianist, at 3:80, 7:2
and 9:30 p.m.
METROPOLITAN ? Norma Tal
madjje, in "The Eternal Flame," a
11:30 a.m., 1:30, 3:25, 6:25, 7:30 am
PALACE?Alma Rubens, in "Th
Valley of Silent Men," at 11 a.m
12:40, 2:25, 4:20, 6:05, 7:45 an:
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HELD FOE GRAND JURY.
James Thompson, colored, charge:
with assault with a deadly weapoi
on James M. Tannehlll, 1354 C stree
northeast, who was cut In the fac
by Thompson, was held for the actio:
of the grand Jury in the Unite:
States branch of Police Court toda;
by Judge Hardlson. The bond wa
set at $500. There was nothing 1:
the evidence to show why Thompso:
should have assaulted Tannehlll, a
the men did not know each other.
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With Mannaa Tram and Bahart Wknriek
In "TO LOVE"
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THIS WEEK?NORMA TALMADGE. with
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TODAY?GLORIA 8WASSON. In "IIER,
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"RUNREAMS." Selection. "SHUFFLE j
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I XOMUKKUW-JAftB in THK I
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TOMORROW?JANE NOVAK, in "TIIE
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MATINEE SATURDAY. 2:00.
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TOMORROW?BETTY BLYTHE, 111 "THE
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ALICE LAKE, in "KISSES."
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PBTTIT (featuring Baby Josephine), Ella
Golden. Phil White. Sid Marlon, lames
Mats. *-? Nttes
2540 Jfe. 2541
nXXX WXEX?-Hallo, Sew Xort" a
The Law of Concentration
First of Fonr Lectures on
The Laws of
By Viva M. January
Tonight, 8 p.m.t Mute, 7145
800 Homer building, 001 13th St.
Tickets for Free Will Offering
Big Gtrleogne Show
' ; \
"THE LOVES OF PHARAOH."
HIPPODROME ?* ?cYuX^
"THE TRAP" TOMORROW?"THE
FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APO< A
KAPHA PI at o Street N.W.
iv/u nnui today and TOMORROWEM!!*
JENNINGS. harry LIEDTKE and
dagny 8ervae8, in "THE LOVES OK
I YRir l^th and Irrinf Sta. S.W.
1*1 SUV MONROE SALISBURY. In
"THE GREAT ALONE." _
rupipC Mil H Street N.K.
Limine ALL-8TAB CART. In
"BLUE MOUNTAIN' MYSTERY."
A LHO COMEDY.
AMFRIfAN lat ^ 1- Are;
mULIUVAil MARY ROBERTS RIM'.
HART'S Famous Story. "THE GLORIOUS t
FOOL." With IIELENE CHADWICK and
I | RPR TV North Capitol and P Sta.
L1DLH1 1 EUGENE O'BRIEN. In
riRri P 210? Pju A ve. Ph. W. S53 UAVLL
"UP AND AT 'EM." I
UftMP 12S0 C Street NX
KlUXtlCi KATHERINE MACDONALD. in .
"HEROES AND HUSBANDR."
PV VTP 14th Street and R. I. Ave.
V*-**** MAE MURRAY and DAVID
POWELL. In "ON WITH THE DANCE "
larw TKIPATPR 535 Stb St. H.K.
ntll inLHILH MARGARET
BEECIi ICR, in "81 N8IIINE HARBOR."
Ard Clianu of the "NORTH AND
I FADFR Street Near E
Continuous lO a.m. to 11 p.m.
NORMA TALMAIKIK. in "THE PROBATION
WIPE." CHARLIE CHAPLIN, in
"HIS NIOHT OCT."
PAROI IN A ***** * c- Ate. S.E.
LAI\OLUl/l LON CHANEY. in "THE
TRAP." Also Path* News and Literary
AGNES ATRES. in
"THE LANE THAT HAS NO TTRNISG."
Snul? Pollard Comedy and Latofet .N>wg.
JACK HOLT, in His Bicgest Paramount
SArm*. "WHILE SATAN SLEEPS." B-Cinninjr
Saturday. HODOLPII VALENTINO.
in "BLOOD AND SAND."
FAVORITF H st lBt n^
** * vrai.i a ma TODAY AND TOMORROW?HAROLD
LLOYD, in "GRAND
F -~ ?
CMklietor Alexander Kocheta
America to hear Ota moat artistic and
pnicue organisation of ita kind la tha
world. Two ecnoertn?October It and 18,
THEATER, THE PRESIDENT
Price.: MOO, M.M, MOO, tl.OO.
Boats now on sale at Mrs. Greene's Con.
cert Btrean, Droop's. 18th and G *a.
Steamer Charles Macalester
Leavrs 7th St. Wharf Dally at
10 A. M. and 1:45 P. M.
"World "t Most Famous Contralto
President Theater. JJth and Pa. Are.
Friday, Oct. J3 P M.
Tickets. 12 50. |2.<X> 11.50 end II 00
and War Tax .
T. Arthur Smith, Inc.. 13M C St.
FIRST CHURCH OF
Of Washington, D. C., Autoueei
A FREE LECTURE ON
To Bo Given at tl:e <~*hurrh Edifice
Col. Road and Euclid St. X.W.
Thursday Evening. Oct. 12, 1922
At Elarht O'clock. Br
A. HERVEY-BATHURST, C. S. B.
Of London, Kaglaat
Member of the Board of lectureship
of the Mother Church. The
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
in Boston, Massachusetts,
Mr. Bathant will also deliver a
Half-Hour Midday Lecture
OK CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
AT KEITH'S THEATER
Thursday, Oct. 12, at 12:30
rider the Auspice* of This Church
it 719 9th tt. n.w., Franklin 6506, will teach
yon to dance in a few Wson* and produce
result*. Private le**uns an? time. < laevs
Tuesday and Friday; hours 10 a.m. to hi p.m.
Special rate to ladies.
Leroy H. Thayer
announces the opening of his School of Dancing
Oct. 2, 1922. at his now studio. 1145
Connecticut are. All the latent dances I aught.
Including the Maplewoi*! Pace, Wait* Trio and
Argentine Tango. Phone Main 2f?73.
JACKHOFFMAJliLllXlA* HO SKINS
Stage dancing. Argentine tnngo and ballroom
dancing correctly taught; children and adults.
Studio for rent for private dances.
1141 Oonn. wve. Fr. 89QSJ. 15*
?LOVER'S. 613 Z2sd N.W.?PHI VATS LM>
ions any time. 75c. Course, tlx lessors. 94.
Guar, reap Its Fin* environment- W. 1199.
la the O.autiful
Concourse of Mirrors ?
Week Klckta. 6|30 I. IS
Real Music?Vast Floor 1
PKOK AND MKS. ACUEKS RTI II10. 11J7
10th at. n.w. Class Monday and Friday. 8 to
11 p.m. Private lessons by appointment.
Phone Franklin 8567. Established 1900. 13*
npeCiansiOK u? me 101 irov, Dmuroom
and stage dances: also children classes, young
ladies' ballet classes and tke Wednesday
Night Club dance. Ph. Fc. 1435-W. No. H
ISIS H 8T. N.W.
Hours: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
We teach you the proper way to for trot,
waltz, one-step aud college walk in a few
private lessons. Moderate rates. No appointments
D A Y1 SON' Si329 M n.w.*??
Returned with the latent in dancin?. Tench
tou to dance correctly in a few leaaona.
itrietly private. Any hour. Separate atudioa.
Claaa and claaa dance Rat. erenaa. Instruction,
8 to #: danclns. # to 12. with orchestra.
Masters' and mlaaes' claaa Friday, 4 to p.m.
MR. STAFFORD PEMBERTOX
Former X. T. Winter Garden star, partner to
Gertrude Hoffman. Mae Murray, Maude AKaA
and others; lessons In all atylea of daaclM,
melodise now waits oad tanao foa M,
Studio. I860 BUtmora. Got. 3WB. lie*
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