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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1911.
. ' WILEY UNDER FIRE, . ITS HE WILL GIVE ' FOES HARD BATTLE jFood m Expert Angry Be , cause Committee Has Sug ' gested He Resign. (Continued from First Page.) (by was dated In New York July 11, and it was stated at the Department bf Ajrrlculture today that it had not ibeen received here. This all Indicates that Dr. Rusby was the man who pave out the correspondence In the patter. This Is the suspicion entertained by the doctor this morning, though he would not say so positively. Ho would not say one word about the bierlts of the charges against him. He Is simply standing pat. 1 "You see I am here on the Job." said ho doctor this morning. "I have been ere for some time, lou know 1 ave been fired out of this comfort- ble once or twice a week for ten ears, yet somehow I manage to stay on Serious? Wiley Evasive. "But this time the situation looks jn. little serious does it not?" the jchemibt was asked. "This, is a charming day," was the Slightly evasive reply. "I am going to phone to the Weather Bureau for a. report on the forthcoming rain. "1 am interested In rain. Ybu know I own a furm. " Farms need rain and Incidentally I may have to retire to this farm." "Now you are getting back to these icharges, it was suggested. "What charges? Have I been charg jod with something new? Impossible. There is nothing new with which to (charge me. But as I was saying, when I was a sophomore in college jl used to think that the universe icould not exist without me. "I am now of the opinion that the funlverse might eIst whether I am kshief chemist or not. At least, I am (Inclined to bellee that the sun would survive my dismissal from the service," continued the cheerful doctor. "Enemies? I Have No Enemies." "Haw you any notion that your en emies will at last triumph over you?" ,the doctor was asked in a desperate ef fort to get down to facts. "I have nj enemies. There are plenty iOf people who disagree with me on &ub ,jects 3t science, but even these folks Jove me." "Did jou give out the papers In con nection with your case?" ' "I did not. I don't know who did. 'They may have come from some one outside the city. My relations with this whole matter arc entirely con fidential. They are Mrictly between the Secretar and mjiclf. "For the present, I cannot discuss the matter with you. I am Mill in the De partment of Agriculture, and If my time of service were to last only two hours longer I would obey the ordeis of the Secretary for those two hours. Hints at Future Statement. "Hocer, If I am Hied, as has been suggested, I believe, then I- might have some remarks to make. 1 do not know Jiow pertinent these remarks would be, ,but thev might Interest a few people "Do you seriously expect to be fired?" "I see I must refer once more to the weather, to the lawns, the towering monument yonder, and to my farm. This I do hoping for a basis of conver sation, that is, a common ground upon which we may engage In talk." "The report of the attorney in this case seemed to be a triile adverse to your cause, it was once more suggest ed. "Yes, a trifle," was the smiling response COMMISSIONERS' NOTICES OFTIt'E OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE DISTniPT OF COU'MBIA. Washing ton. Julv 10. mil. An examination Hill be held bj the I'nJted States CI 11 Service Com mission on August i. 1911. to establish a list of tligtbles for appointments as sanltar and food Inspector" in the serke of the Health Department. District of Columbia Applica tions must be tiled with the Secretary to the BnaM ol Commissioners not later than July 2S 1911. For application blanks and further Information apply tu the Secretary tfo the Board i.f Commissioners. District Building Cl'XO I! ni'DOLPH. JOHN' A. JOHNSTON, WM V Jl'DSON. Commissioners, D. C. OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE DISTRICT Or COU'MBIA. Wash ington. D C . July 12. 1911 Ordered. That Section (.a of the Building Regulations of the DIstrl' t nt Columbia is hen-bv amended by adding ii the end thereof the words "The east side of 13th street northwest, from P Street south to the allev In square 210." JOHN JOHNSTON. WILLIAM V. JL'D SON Commissioners of the District of Columbia. PROPOSALS OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. DIS TBHT OF COU'MBIA. July 12. 1911. B' alert proposal ill be received at this office until ; o'clock, p. m . July 24, 1911, for replacing two condemned boilers In the base ment of the Eastern High School No. K, lo cated at Seventh and C streets, southeast. Washington. D C Specifications and all nccessarj Information may be obtained from Chief f b rk. Engineer Department, Room No. 17, DIstrl. t Building Ct'VO II RUDOLPH JOHN A JOHNSTON. WILLIAM V. Jl'D EON Commissioners D C CBlCE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Wash ington. July 13. 1911. Sealrd proposals will be received at this office until two o"clock, p. m-, Julv 20. 1911. for furnishing and delivering 70.000 gallons (more or less) emulsified road oil, and 'fifty tons (more or less) calcium chloride. Specifications and form of proposal may be obtained upon application to the Pur chasing Officer. D C , Room 3J0, District Building Cl'NO II RUDOLPH, JOHN A. JOHNSTON. WILLIAM V. JUDSON, Com missioners, D. C OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Wash ington, July 10, 1911. Sealed proposals -will be received at this office until two o'clock, p. m. July 20, 1911 for furnishing 2SS rubber strips for use In the Street Cleaning Depart ment of this city Specifications and form of proposal may be obtained upon application to the Purchasing Officer D C. Room 320. District Building CUNO H. RUDOLPH. JOHN A JOHNSTON' WILLIAM V. JUD SON Commissioners. D. C AMJSEMENTS rj.iiim-jTi nil ii.tiv. Tonight. S: tnats.Thurs.oi!!. I hj O ilu rU . nyerS tj'THE BARRIER" NEXT I ;M0 I 0,J Ct.la,,. LlliUU UU1U A HUUIUIUJ J A SUMMER-TIME FUN PARADISE 1 31 54-Amusements-54 On en-air Danclncr Free Moving Pictures EverybodjVi Playground. IQ AunilHMlon AHrnys Free. ! 14.3. ! CONTINUOUS. VAUDEVILLE . AXD PICTUBES 1-TO 11 P. M. . OLD TBIBT BUSTER TELLS OF DROPPING SUGAR PROSECUTION Purdy Says to Probers He Never Knew Why Bona parte Failed to Act. '. Hilton D. Purdy, former Assistant General and "trust buster" during the Roosevelt Administration, today told theHardwlck Sugar Trust Commltteo he didn't know why the Department of Justice had not prosecuted the Sugar trust for closing the Pennsylvania Su gar Refining Coihpany at Philadelphia. George H. Earlo, Jr.. of Philadelphia, told the committee some weeks ago that Purdy had gone Into the case and after learning the details asserted: "We will send the to Jail. This Is the case that the United States has wanted for years." Purdy said Earlo presented the facta of the closing of the- Pennsylvania to him. "I told Mr. Earle I believed the facts warranted the case being laid before the grand jury at Philadelphia," said Purdy. "I believed from the statements of Earle the case should be prosecuted. I have never had any reason to cnange my mind In this matter." "Do you know why this prosecution was not taken up at that time, and why the case was finally dropped?" asked naiuivicn. "It was delayed temporarily because Attorney ucnerai mouuj wn buuii iu go on the Supremo Court bench. When Mr. Bonaparte became Attorney. Gen eral I talked with him several times about this matter. "Mr. Bonaparte never told mo, and I do not know why the prosecution was dropped." Purdy said he gave Attorney Gen eral Bonaparte to understand that he, Purdy, believed the Government had a very strong case against the Sugar trust; that If the statements of Earl could be substantiated by witness there should bo Indictments and pros ecution. Y wob aftnr this (tynrnflll nn rt willingness to prosecute the case that you ivere nominated lor a reaorai judgshlp. was It not?" asked Repre sentative Baker of California. "Do you remember the members of the Committee on Judiciary who failed lo upprovu yuui uiJiiuiHuiiciii. Bring Bankruptcy Case Against Reo Company Creditors of the Reo Automobile Com pany this morning filed a petition In In voluntary bankruptcy against the com pany in the District Supreme Court, declaring it Is Insolvent, owes debts of $1,000 and has committed an act of bankruptcy. The "Vermont Garage Company, the Frank G. tickling Company, an au tomobile supply concern; the Century Tire Company and Michael Bazzaro are the creditors filing the petition, thejr alleged claims against theyReo firm aggregating $545. Permitting an attachment to be levied against Its property In Washing ton July 7 to satisfy a debt of J2.170. Is the act of bankruptcy Imputed to tho defendant corporation. Incorporated In the State of Delaware. Inventor, Sentenced to Prison, Evolves Aero Car NEW YORK. July 13. Hcrry S. Bret ton, civil engineer and Inventor of note, was sentenced to four years In Sing Sing. Whlleawaltlng trial he Invented a snfetv aero car wtiteh Is to be tried out by wealthy backers while he Is In prison. Arkansas Complains of Unfair Freight Rates Attorney General L. Norwood, of Ar kansas, today complained to the Inter state Commerce Commission that the Adams Express and eight other large express companies are levying unjust and unreasonable charges on shipments of butter nnd eggs from New York, Cin cinnati, Chicago, St. Louis, Memphis; Kansas City, Oklahoma City, Dallas, New Orleans, and" Shreveport, La., to points In Aiknnwis. 1106 G Street Largest Women's Ontergarment Store South of New York zfegfetctfi? w WE COURT COMPARISON" Next to Cor. 11th Store Closes Daily, 5 P. M. Saturday, 1 P. M. THE GREATEST VALUES WE HAVE EVER OFFERED There is No Time limit on These Sales But It's Better to Be Early $20 to $30 Dresses, $8.95 Choice styles, not over 3 alike. But 100 dresses in all. Foulards, Messalines, Pongees, Cloth of Gold, Silk Chiffons, All-over Embroidered Lingeries, Cluny Trimmed Lingeries, Embroidered Marqui settes, Tailored Linens. $25 to $35 Suits, $9.50 Stripes. All sizes and colors. White Serges. Checks. Rajahs, Mannish Materials. ON SALE FRIDAY 300 SUMMER DRESSES Lawns, Dimities, Lingeries, Voiles, Marquisettes The Daintiest Dresses Shown This Season $5 to $15 Dresses 1 $2.98, $5 and $7.95 Mourning Dresses of Black Lawn, $3.98 and $7.95 All Black China Silk, $15 $1.98 for Tailored White and Tan Repp Skirts $2.98 for Repp and Oyster Ramie Skirts $10.95 for Imported Tailored Linen and, Ramie Suits That Were $18 to $25 Plain tailored or trimmed. Best styles of the season. One Hundred Linen Suits, Were $10 to $15, Go at $6.95 Man tailored, regular sizes and sizes for stout women. Pure linerT'and genuine Ramie, Natural, Oyster, and Colors. $5.00 for Long JBlack Taffeta Ccats, All-over Braided Taffeta. White Serge Coats. Cloth Capes. Former prices to $25. $1.00 for $1.50 to $2.50 Waists All-over Bulgarian Embroidered Waists; Trimmed Lingeries and Marquisettes, Voiles and Linens, Wash Silks. 815 for Cloth of Gold Coats, were $29.50. $15 for Silk Evening Cnpes, were $37.50. $15 for Handsome While Serge Coats, were $30.00. $15 for Black Satin Coats, were $27.50. $1.85 for $3 to $4.50 Waists Choice styles in Lingeries, Voiles, and Marquisettes. BLEEDING GUMS When your gums bleed and are sen sitive, it is the warning of Riggs Dis ease, and unless cared for at once the teeth will get loose and fall out. There Is only one home treatment known for this condition Call's Anti ltlggs, used Instead of the ordinary dentirrlce. This quickly reiioves tne painful and dangerous Infection, makes the sums hard and the teeth Arm. Get a 50c bottle from People's Pharmacy, 7th and K streets., and have your teeth firm and sound for a lifetime. Used and Indorsed by leading professional people, who realize the attraction of perfect teeth. If you suffer from sore mouth caused by a new plate. Call's Antl-Rlggs will dve quick relief. New York. New York. v 1ssski''bbbbbbbbb7 fa A n -v Dr.WYETH Says: Let me save you days of pain and make your teeth pearls of beauty and a joy forever I can do it at a small expense in the mast scientific, painless manner. 1 nere is absolutely no need for you to suffer with bad looking aching, ailing teeth when I stand ready to help you. 1 make it easy for you to meet the payments, too, as you can arrange to pay a little now and then as best suits your convenience. Avoid J Stair Climbing Do you khow that it takes seventeen times the effort to climb stairs that it does to cover the same distance on the level? Have your telephone calls brought to you. t An Extension Telephone costs only 1 cents a day You may have one installed in a convenient location on any floor, in any room or office. Call Main 9000 today. No charge for the message. 0 The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company c te '? My Patent Suction Teeth OSET They Never Slip or Drop Gold Crowns, Bridge Work, $3, $4, $5 Filling In Gold. Silver. Plntlnum and Porcelain 50c to $1 DR.WYETH 427429 7th SLN.W. Opp. LannburRh & Dro. 'Over Grand Union Tea Co. Largest and Finest Equipped Parlors In Wanhlneton. We keep open until 8 p. m. for the accommodation of those rrho cannot come during the day. Sun day hours, 10 to 4. Appointments May Be Made By Telephone. HOTEL CHAMPLAIN AND COTTAGES ON LAKE CHAMPLAIN. CLINTON CO.. N. y jvow OPEN. CONDUCTED ON THE AMEIUCAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. 8ITUATED IN A NATURAL PARK OF NEARLY 700 ACRES. FULL LENGTH ll-HOLB GOLF COURSE. BOATING. BATHING. TENNIS. &C iC NEW CD'S CRETE-GARAGE SEPARATE ENTRANCE TO AUTOMOBILE i FOYER dl OROUND FLOOR. PRIVATE DRESSING ROOMS FOR AUTOMOBILE PARTIES. Both Hotel- New and of AboIutelr Fireproof Coaitrictlonf Kg&KS'AiSS?: AFFORD IS EVERY COM- FORT WILLIAM HENRY HOTEL LAKE GEORGE, N. Y. Now Open. Conducted on European Plan Only Both hotela reached rla the Delaware A Hudson R. R. Fast Express trains, with through Pullman serrlce. . For Information and book lets address Mortimer M. Kelly, Manager. Town & Country Bureau, 389 Sth Ave.. New York. Both hotels located oa "Adirondack Trail" and "Iroquois Trail" of the Empire Tours. Colonial Beach. COLONIAL BEACH HOTEL Now Open. Everything New. Electric lighted, running water, call bells. and all modern Improvements. Rates, 13 u dally; 110.60 up weekly; special to partlee. Don t apena ah xour vacation aoaw m Railroad fare. COLONIAL BEACH. The Atlantic City of Washington. Atlantic City. HOTEL EMVIOA Illver Front. Sanitary Plumbing Artesian Water Table Unsurpassed. Day rates, 1.50 to 92. By week, 98 up. Special to partle. Send for booklet. THE KING GEORGE HOUSE Open for the Season. Mrs. C E. Brayton t Mrs. S. Taaker. Managers. THE JERSEY J4.50 per week and upward. Gas In ererr roomi aiteiian water; pavilion oa front Dr. M. B. QBOSUON. D.D.S. LEXINGTON Pacific and Arkansas Avenues. Spacious rvLuu unjoin oeacn ana boardwalk. Only medium priced hotel where jruests may j from house to surf In bathlnir atUra without ujlns; streets, which Is prohibited. Use of bath houses with attendant to care for suits Is free. Run-la water In rooms. Fresh and sea water baths, public sua private. Special rates 91.20 to $4.00 dallyi is 00 to 2L50 weekly including choice Service. Orchestra. Tennis courts and croquet grounds between hotel and beach. Booklet mailed upon request. PAUL C. BOSECKANS gouldman;s Directly on the river. Three , miles from Colonial Beach. Boating', bathln free. Free transportation to and from Colonial Beach. Terms reasonable. A. B. GOULD MAN. WI1 cersons. Ya. GEORGE MASON Real Estate Broker. Lots, Cottages, and Builness Places. For Sale and For Rent. THE STEWART COTTAGE Beach front; bathhouses for guests. 17 ts U0 per week. Mrs. PRINCE. CIBCKBEaiDEi Most complete aria of Atlantic City, pub lished with beautiful colored map and Ums tables; also Ust of reliable hotels with rates. Mailed free. RESORT FREE INFORMA TION BUREAU. BOX IKS AtL City. N. "THE FRANCIS" Large 2-story cottage; water front; porchea n.OO per week. Mrs. H. WHITZELL. LINWOOD HOUSE One-half block from beach. Rooms large and airy. Spacious porches. Dining room unexcelled. Rates extremely moderate. Spe cial rates to parties. Mrs. McKenney. Prop. HOTEL BYKD. Open for the season under same man agement Mrs. Jennie Byrd. Prop. Reach Front. Centrally Located. MOUNT ROSE HOUSE. Coolest place at Colonial Beach. Quiet and Restful. Excellent Tablet Rates 8 to 98. Mrs. C. J. Smoot, Prop. THE ALTHEA Qn the Front Large, cool rooms; private bath houses and boat; Urst-clam table. Mrs. J D.B. PETERS. Cottage for rent at Colonial Beach. Furnish ed. Double porches, boat; reasonable. Apply MRS. M. C. GLA8COX. Colonial Beach, or phone Norh 7708, 8 o'clock. FURNISHED summer cottages. July, tM; Au gust. 0; season. 50. DICKHART. 213 7th S. W. uuariDorougft-filenDein (CAPACITY 1100) The leading resort house of America. Particularly attractive during Atlantic City's dreat Summer Season. JUNE, JULY, AUGUST and SEPT. 0O private baths, each supplied with hot and cold sea water. Exquisite music Is a feature. White service In both American and European Dining Rooms. JOSIAH WHITE & SONS COMPANY. Chesapeake Beach. NORTH (CHESAPEAKE) BEACH "The Fines and Holly:" J1.S0 per day, fl per week. Also rooms without board, and 3-rcom flats. Bathing, crabbing, sailing, etc An Ideal week-end resort. 1113 Eye St. N.-'VT. HIGH VIEW HOTEL. BOARD BY WEEK. 17.00. Lodging, EOc. TSc, Jl. Chicken dinner. BOc. CASINO. CHESAPEAKE BEACH. Choice Sea Foods, Dinners, etc First-class Services; City Prices. E. S. BENTLY. Prop. Virginia THE WESTMORELAND. 17.00 per week. 11.60 per day. Boys. K per week. Address THE WESTMORELAND. "Grand View Cottage," fronting bay. Ocean View, Va.. Mecca of the South. Salt water bathing, fishing. crabbing, amusements. Abundance of sea foods. Rates JS.00 to tn.00. EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONS See the Historic Waters of the Potomac River A Delightful 3i Hours Sail on the Seeing Washington Yacht IDLER Leaves Friday, July 14 (tomorrow), 10:30 a. m. A lecturer points out and gives a history of the interesting and historical spots. Passengers holding tickets must present them selves at the St. James Hotel at 10 A. M. Automo biles will convey passengers to wharf. FARE, $1.50 ROUND TRIP i '" i Pennsylvania R.R. tfi 00 Seashore fvtUU Excursions EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Until September 16 WASHINGTON To Atlantic City, Cape May I WirM, Holly Beach, Ocean Gty, Sea I Isle Gtv at StMe Harbor. N. J. Tickets good on all regular trains, and to return until the following Tuesday, Inclusive. Delaware Rlrer Bridge Route Only All-Rail Line. NfW RIVER VIEW OPEN EVERY DAY Is More Attractive Than Ever Excellent Dlnlnsj Room Service Brllllsntlr Illuminated. Dsnclns; and othsr araSemTnts. Athletic Held Steamer at. Johns leaves Seventh street wharf at 10 a.m.. I and 7 p. m. IWund trip: Adults. 2 cents: children, IS cents. ' 40 MILE "MOONLIGHT" TRIPS EVERY EVENING Steamer St. Johns leaves Seventh street wharf at 7 P. rn.. returning at 11 p. m. Splendid music, danclne. cafe service uniw patsed. Round trip: Adults. 2S cents: chil dren, 15 cents. r, u u m mm i i ) i HPays to Come from Any Distance NEY&CO. Pa. Ayc. and 8lh SI. S. L Colonial Beach Steamers leave Seventh street wharf every day except Monday at 9 a. m. SATURDAY at 2:30 P. M. SUNDAY at 9 A. M . Splendid beach, boardwalk, salt water bath lngr nshlne, crabbing, dancing and all amuse ments. Colonial Beach Hotel Now open; everything new: special rates. Fare, season trip, good until September t, tl.00; one-day trip. BOc. jn--f!l Mnnnlltrht Hide On the Steam Yncht IDLBIt. T ..! tUrAr Oiioon Whorf fnnt Tfh street; 7:30 rj. m. Wed.. Thurs., & Frl. 017 13th Mrcet N. XV. Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co. Special Saturday-Monday Excursions TO- Dld Point Comfort and Norfolk Round $3.50 Trip Tickets on sale Saturdays, Rood to re turn leaving .Norfolk Sunday. Tickets and statertrom reservations at City Ticket Office. Bond Building. 720 Four teenth street. Phone Main 152a Grand Concert at hevy Ghase Lake. By large section ,17. S. Marine Band Every Evening, Including Sundays. Dancing:. Admission Free. MOUNT VEnNON Str. Charlca Hacalesteti Leaving wharf, 7th and 21 its. S. Tf.. dtt. except Sunday. 19 a. m. and J:30 p. m. FAKE ISq SOUND TRIP. Sr