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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1911. " HIGHSCHOOLFRATS IN Secret Societies Find De- fender in James F. Oyster, Board President. High school secret societies are going to die hard If an effort is made to put them out of existence. Thoy are rounding up their support ers and heading these Is no less Influ ential a factor than James F. Oyster, president of tho Board of Education. Stirred by reports that their socie ties were doomed, frat members today are making efforts to ascertain their exact Btatus. Their fato rests in a largo measure with Dr. W. M. Davidson, though he has not the final word on the subject. Tho Board of Education asked him for a recommendation, but reserved for It self the right to act. So that if tho superintendent tenders an adverse re- port there Is likely to follow a lively row, slnco thoro are several warm friends of the secret societies on the board. All of these, with the excep tion of Captain Oyster, declined to dis cuss the 'matter. He frankly stated his personal views. ' "So long as fraternities confine their activity to purely social affairs," ho deolared. "I And no fault with them. I wlU make it stronger. I believe their members had better be assembled In tho home of some parent than running off and getting Into Individual and per haps worse mischief. Youth demands soma social life, and so long as It can pe kept within the confines of an organ isation sanctioned and governed by school authorities, it had better be done that way than allowed to branch off In independent quests for social diver sion." The fraternities are so well regulated and hedged about with rules now, It wan pointed out, that they can not well do limited any further. It will be a matter of their continuance under the present regulation, or their abolition. Some of the limitations now hedrfng them are prohibitions against club houses, against drawing members from freshman or sophomore classes, against having any mention of them In school papers and against .any signs of Initia tion "stunta' around the school build ings. Gen. Harries Guest 6f " Trolley Line Employes Gen. George H. Harries, vice president and general manager of the Washington Railway and Electric Company, who will sever his connection with that cor poration soon, and will go to Louisville, Ky., where he will have charge of tho electric lighting and railway system of that city, last night was the honor guest at a reception and smoker glvon at Odd Fellows' Hall, in Seventh street The employes of the railway company were the hosts, and more than 600 per sons were present. Engrossed resolutions in a mahogany frame, signed by the board of managers of the Washington Railway Relief As soclatlon, and a traveling bag, the latter purchased by 10-cent subscriptions from the 1,100 employes of the company, wero presented to him. Thief Steals Purse as Woman Telephones Victimised by a clever ruse while she was telephoning from a drug store at Thirteenth and G streets northwest, Mrs. C. M. McMullen, 149 A street northeast, is the loser of a pocketbook, W in money, two theater tickets, and several other articles of small value. After finishing her day's work in the .KeClaXnUtlon HftTVlPA VMtnlYlfiv M.. McMullen went to the drug store to tele Phone. She carried a -magazine into the booth with her, and laid her small purse on top of it Scarcely had she taken the receiver off the hook when a well-dressed man ptflled open the door and reached in, muttering some thing about wanting the directory. 8he informed him it was outside on the counter. A moment later she no ticed that her pocketbook had disap peared. Italian Hopes to Raise Purse for Mrs. Milano In the hope of raising a subscription for the benefit of Mrs. Fortutiata Mi lano, wife of Tony Milano, the Italian shoemaker, held for the murder of Harry Elton Smith, A. Chlcca, an Ital ian merchant, of Second and Canal streets southwest, at a meeting of So cleta Uniqne E Fratellanza Itallana this afternoon will aBk that the mem bers of tho society make up a purse to help the unfortunate woman. Mrs. Milano intends to go to hor mother's home in Brooklyn next Sunday with her children, and will return to Washington for the trial. Mrs. Milano paid her husband a visit at the Dis trict Jail yesterday afternoon. Beaten by Mutineers, Captain Is Recovering According to word received in Wash ington, Capt. Frank H. Powell, who several years ago tan an oyster schooner to the Eleventh street wharf, and who Is well known among river men. is rapidly recovering from In juries received in a murderous assault by members of his crew several weeks ago, and soon will be able to leave the hospital at Cumberland, Md. The members of the mutinous crow aro held In Jail at Cumberland, until Captain Powell Is able to appear against thTn. At the time of the ussault he was master of tho oyt-ter dredging schooner L. B. Piatt, In the lower Potomac. SEEKING SUPPORT APPROACHING FIGHT Brother Officiates at Ceremonies for Sister To have her brother offlcUta at tho ceremonies attending her religious pro fusion Is the unique distinction en Joyed by Sister Mary Angola Edelman, J choir sister of the Order of the Visltu ' tlon. Officiating at the function held lost Filday at the Georgetown Convent Chapel, was the Rev. Louis Edelman, of the Buffalo dloceze. He was assisted by Father E. I. Devttt. 8. 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INTERSTATE STATUS IS VITAL IN BATTLE FOR TROLLEY RATES Jurisdiction of Commission in Maryland District Case Fought. Involving & question of great im portance to all users of the Rockvllle electric line, the case of the citizens of Somerset, Drummond, and Friend ship Heights, Md., against the "Wash ington Railway and Electric Company, the Washington and Rockvlllo Hallway Company, the Georgetown and Ten leytown Railway Company, and George Weems Williams, receiver, is now In the hands of the Interstate Commerce Commission, and an early decision Is expected. Arguments in the caso were completed yesterday afternoon. The electric companies are trying tu establish the contention that the com mission does not have Jurisdiction of the case upon the grounds that thu business is not interstate commerce. It Is the understanding that the com panies are laying stress on this ques tion not merely because of the bearing of the matter on this case, but because If it Is established business between Somerset and Washington Is interstate traffic any of the communities cr per sons along the Rockvllle line who may be aggrieved as to rates or practices will have the right to go before the In terstate Commerce Commission and get redress. The three defendant companies are, according to Charles Drayton, counsel for complainants, managed by the same officers and controlled by the same board of directors, the Washington Railway and Electric Company being a holding company that operates tho threo roads, owns all the stock of tho Rock vllle road, and three-fourths of the stock or the (Georgetown road. Attorney Drayton asserted that 10 cents or a car ticket and 6 cents was the Joint rato charged for a continuous ride from Somerset to Washington, thus proving the interstate feature of tho traffic. He cited numerous decisions to uphold his position. Hale Great Farmer, Says Munsey Writer Although Hale looms large as a na tional figure as a result of a remark able career In the Senate, he has done much for the nation as a "tiller of the soil." Of this other side of Senator Hale, Forrest Crlssey writes In The Munsey for November: "As a mere boy, J. H. Hale started with a hoe, a spade, a rake, a ped dler's pushcart, and a. debt of a few hundred dollars. Today he is overlord of almost a thousand acres of orchard lands in New England and of 2,000 acros in Georgia. They said that he couldn't ralBo peaches on a profitable) commercial scale in New England He made thirty acres of stony hillside yield him 124,000 In a single crop. "He has made the old home farm of 520 acres, at Glastonbury, Conn., yield him nearly three-quarters of a million dollars in peach crops alone, to say nothing of the fruit from Its 7,000 applo trees and of Us Incidental products. The Hale orchards at Fort Valley, Ga., have yielded close to a million and a half dollars In peaches alone with more than a hundred thousand young trees Just coming Into bearing." Big Crowd at Concert. Tho guard mount and sacred concert of the Fifteenth United States Cavalry Band, under the direction of George F. Tyrell drew the usual good attendance at Fort Myer, shortly before noon to day. Guard mount began at 11:15 o'clock, and at its conclusion the sacred concert was given. Omesa Oil for Cold in Head and Catarrh Trial bottle 10c large bottles 26c 50c THROUGH CARS TO CONGRESS HEIGHTS Electric Service for Capital Suburb Is Inuagurated After a Wait of Ten Years First Car Cheer ed by Citizens. A big Washington Railway and Elec tric Company car sped through Ana costla at 6 o'clock this morning, passed rapidly up the Nichols avenue hill, be yond the Government Hospital for the Insane, rolled Into the town of Congress Heights and electrified the suburb with the knowledge that continuous street car service between Congress "Heights and the northwestern part of Washington had become a reality today. Quietly and almost unexpectedly was the new service mado effective by the managers of tho railway company. Notwithstand ing the early hour when the first car reached Congress Heights this morning, citizens were on hand to witness the in auguration of the through system, and while the informal celebration of the service is to be a town hall event on the evening of November 21, they made no effort to restrain their gratification this morning, and the first car was greeted with a round of cheers. Two pf the oldest employes In the service of tho company had charge of the first car. They were Harry Jones, motorman, and Conductor Farrar. With the inauguration of the through service came a new running schedule, In which residents of both Congress Heights and Anacostla have a vital Interest. H. W. Fuller, tho general manager of the company, preferred not to announce the exact schedule Just now, for there may be a number of changes In the running time. For the first fow hours of today all the cars running on the Eleventh street line of the Washington Railway and Ele'ctrjc Company were sent through to Con gress Heights. The cars have been equipped with air brakes In order to accomplish the down trip on the steep Nichols avenue hUl in safety. A boos ter in the transfer station in Anacostla was necessary to the success of the overhead trolley system to Congress Heights, so It has been installed. The continuous service placed In effect' today permits of a continuous trip over the road of the Washington Railway and Electric Company from Eleventh and Monroe streets northwest to Con gress Heights for one fare. This Is a distance of about seven miles. While the running time between the cars go ing to the Heights today was ten min utes, it is hoped to have a schedule of five or six minutes In a few days. Citizens of the Public Improvement Association of Congress Heights, of which W. W. Price Is the president, held an Informal Jollification In their suburb. With the establishment of through car service the efforts of ten years upon the part of the citizens of the Heights, especially the association named, have been successfully ended. Obstacles reared themselves each year to prevent the Inauguration of the system, but this year railway officials', District Com missioners, and the citizens reached an agreement, resulting In the double- Old Furniture Made New fftHr"TTtf ? 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For many years the suburban residents have been com pelled to accept a service of two cars on a branch line between Anacostla and the Heights, with transfer delays and other inconveniences In Anacostla. Rapid and continuous Bervlce to and from tho city and its northwestern sec tion is expected to play an Important part In the development and growth of Congress Heights. Milton J. Fllllus and his committee of arrangements on the Jubilee celebration, to take place In the town hall on the evening of November 21, In celebration of the street car system, water, sewer and gas services, took up the work with renewed energy today. Plasterers Needed At Printing Office Plasterers are needed for temporary work In the Government Printing Office. An examination to fill the vacancies w(ll be held by the Civil Service Commis sion November 18. No educational test will bo given. An examination will be held by the Commission December 2 to secure ellg ibles for appointment as cooks In the Indian Service of the Interior Depart ment. Funeral Services for ' Mrs. McClain Held Funeral ceremonies for Mrs. Catherine Salome McClan, who died at the home of her Bon, J. T. McCIaln, 932 K street northwest, at the age of ninety-one years, yesterday morning wero held at the home this afternoon, the Rev. John T. Huddle officiating. The body was sent to her old home in WUllamsport Md., where Interment will take place tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. McClain was a resident of Washington for nine years. After the Age of Fifty From this age the human system gradually declines and the accumulated poisons In the blood cause rheumatism In Joints, muscles, and back. These warnings should be promptly relieved and serious Illness avoided by using the following prescription which comes from a noted doctor and Is said to have no equal in curing rheumatism and restor ing physical vigor. Good results come after the first dose. "From your drug gist get one ounce of Torls compound (in original sealed package) and one ounce of syrup of Sarsarsarllla com pound. Take these two Ingredients home and put them Into a half pint of good whiskey. Shake the bottle and take a tablespoonful before each meal and at bed-time." If your druggist does not have Torls compound In stock he will get It for you In a few hours from his wholesale house. Don't be Influenced to take a patent medicine Instead of this. Insist on having the genuine Tons compound in the original one ounce, sealed, yellow package. Special for This Week Lowest Charges Five-piece Parlor Suite, upholstered and re-covered In beautiful tnpentry. All materlalM supplied fft 4"aa bj( us. Regular value HtU III! In ropalrlng, reupholsterlng, and re-covering wo excel. Our work Is equal to new and often superior to the original factory work. 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Divers and wrockers are w orktng to day to reclaim all parts and effects pos sible and the hulk of the vessel will be abandoned. , This Is tho first wreck on the Isles of Shoals slnco the establishment of tho life-saving station and cable service to the mainland. Tho cable service proved very valuable In getUng assist ance to the wrecked schooner. B SCHO FR BROKE e ENGLAND "Whre Your Dollars Count Most" EHREND 732-724 7th ffmwvf are ine new panel front and back style with or without flying panels, all colors In cluding black This $1.00 WAIST. . . 59c of splendid quality sheer white iiiu iiuwcol inn eueci; envire front of fine pin tucks with center band of eyelet embroid ery edged with 2 strips of lace inserting and finished with side ruffle, lace taped; all sizes m sss1 24c Black Pure Thread Silk Hose for women; splendid lustrous quality. Lisle tops, heels yAg ind toes Insure durability., ad JtC Gingham House Dresses QQr Worth to $2.00 . . . 301 of best 12o corded gingham, made Just like picture, with pleated fronts, re lieved with center band of plain ma terial to match. Blue, Black QQ and Lavender colorings lOC ? II f 1 -v BX3JA ajl -'Mil aW M 'JfetA 'l It $3.50 Sweaters, $1.85 Handsome, fancy weave, all wool; close knit sweaters; coat style, with French fronts and cuffs, roll collar and hip pockets; white, red (J- Q( and gray; all sizes DXO0 93.00 Beumklu Coats, V1.08. White, Red,( and Black curly vhalr bearskin coats; dou ble breasted effect. 75c Women's and Children' Knitted Aviation Cap, 45c. White, Red. Blue. Qray and fancy combination caps In pretty fancy Aen weave effects. ftOC with roll collar nicely lined . . S1.98 ELEVEN SISTERS IN REAL LIFE APPLAUD SEVEN ON m Daughters of William Beu chert, One Shy of Dozen, Accept Invitation. There aro Josie and Helen, Barbara and Esther, Nettle. Katie, and Bay, and that's not all. Thero aro a dozen, twelve, count 'em. They are tho eloven daughters and one son of Wil liam Beuohcrt, a baker, at 630 K street northwest. When Miss Jean Murdoch, who Is starring: as ono' of seven sisters in a play by that name, at the Columbia Theater, conceived tho Idea of -presenting a box to any seven sisters In a Washington family she feared there might be somo troublo In find ing applicants. , But hor expectations wore more "rnin.o.eailzedu w,hen Mr- Beuchert raised' her by four, and then an nounced that he had a son. by way ?iLan, ad.ded attraction. So this en hl1.1 ia,mlly. a"enJel the Columbia y?hr?,r . P ,tw Joining boxes rTrnnef them with the single exception of a married sister, Mrs. York cHy. " Who llve8 ln Now -tl'h-8?1'8 wou,d have gone, too, if tul" slid nnn hre wa" t0 e such run, said ono of her younger sisters who was all excitement 81Brs All At Home. All the rest of the sisters, and the boy. live at their father's home on K street They range from Mrs. Herrmann, who Is twenty-eight years old, to Ruth, a curly haired, bright eyed little girl, made her first visit to a "real sure enough" theater yester- They are all home and I don't want them to leave me," Mrs. Beuchert de clared. "I can't think what these mothers mean who only have one or two daughters and are all the tlmo trying tp marry them off. Why, 1 want to keep every one of mino with me Just as long as I can. The children's names, in the order of their ages are "Josie." now Mrs. Herrmann: Helen. Will. Barbara, Es ther. Kettle, Katie. Jtay. Dorothy, Minnie. Naomi, and Buth. Mr. Beuchert came to this country from Germany about thirty years ago nnd for the greater part of that time has been in tho bakery business here "There was a better chance over here," he declared, "and I am glad I came." Roosevelt Dee-lighted. A friend of Mr. Beuchert once showed a picture of the family group to Theodore Roosevelt when ho was ln the White House. "I want to meet that man." tho Executive declared. "You see that he comes up here. I want to shake his hand." Mr. Beuchert went. "No signs of race suicide in your family," he told him. "I am proud to grasp you by the hand. It Is you men who have courage and grit to bring up big families of loyal, healthy children that are perpetuating this coun try. Come up and aeo me again." S' Street N. W. For Monday 65 Sample Suits Worth to $25.00 - $9.98 Suits you need not hesitate to wear ln any assemblage, or on any occasion, real 526.00 garments of striped herringbone or all wool serge and cheviot, ln all the new models, in cluding the deep pointed Bailor collar with broad rovers, edged with 2 rows of silk braid and tassels, or the broad satin faced lapel models, with 3 silk frog fastenings: Skirts $9-98 batiste, In 59c $3.00 Women' Black 91 u ITs, II. 20. Large Black Pil low Muffs, soft lonK hair; nicely (JJI QQ silk lined.. D.a Two Speeders Forfeit Collateral to Court Two overspecders forfeited collateral bonds In District brunch of Police Court Vcsterdav. Thnmn IT. flmart charwed with ex;;ed!ntc the speed limit In his automobllo on Fcuitecnth street. iuneuea t5, and Jcecph Smith forfeit ed a llko sum for driving his molor cle faster than twlve miles an hour on P street. THE WOMAN WHO , CHOOSES HER MATE It Is said the woman does tho court In?. The male. thinks ho chooses, but. Instead, ho la guided, hither and thither (a merry game) by the Invisible leading string of feminine art Can this "bo true of fat ladles7 Does tho fat woman feel as safe her leading strings will hold as the girl with the lino of beauty from toe to chin? Mere man knows ns little of this as of other things feminine, but he has done one famous thing. Ho has developed a harmless and elegant fat reducer, the Marmola Prescription Tablet- This tab let taken after meals and at bedtime relieves the fat girl's soul of fear of rho straight front enemy, for it puts her on equal terms. Any one can get thin by Its means and quickly. It takes olt a pound a day in some cases. Simply take one tablet dally, as Indicated. Tho reduction Is sure; It will be uniform: no wrinkles or hatm will result. Fat wilt go as It came quietly off tho fattest places first. The Marmola Tablet (made strictly in accordance with tho famous fashionable formula, oz. Marmola, V4 oz. Fl. Ex. Cascara Aromatic, 3 oz. Peppermint Water) never Injures. It Is cheap, also, a large case, of the makers, ltieMarmola Co., 281 Farmer Bldg., De troit, Mich., any druggist, costing only seventy-five cents. Your Eyes Trouble You? Th. wlia thine to do Is to have your eyei examined by our Ophthalmologist. Proper eye teatlng Our Method U a science eoverned by principles which are mattered only bjr pedal application and experience. If (lute are needed, you can feel aat lnd ln knowlnc they will be correctly fitted. its charsea apply to Optical Department. CASTELBERG'S 935 Penna. Avenue N. W. SPECIAL NOTICES THE FIFTEENTH SEMI-ANNUAL dividend of two and one-half per cent (2) has been declared on the pre ferred stock of the Washington Kail way und Electric Company, payable De cember 1, lbll, from the net earnings of the Company, to preferred stockholders of record at the close of business on tho 16th day of November, 1911. Books for the transfer of preferred stock will be closed from November 17, 1911, to December 1, 1911, both dates In clusive. F. J. WHITEHEAD, Secretary. A DIVIDEND OF ONE PER CENT (1) has been declared on the common stock of the Washington Railway and Electric Company, payable December 1, 1911, from the net profits of the Com pany, to common stockholders of record at the close of business on the 16th day of November, 1911. Books for the transfer of common stock will bo closed from November 17, 111, to December 1, 1911. both dates in elusive. F. J. WHITEHEAD. Secretary. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT MY wife, Florence L. Avery has left my bed and board, and that I will not bo responsible for any debts contracted by her since July 14, 1911. oc29.no5.12 MORRIS V. AVERY. Mountain-grown Buckwheat Hat a delicious flaor all Its own. You'll Bet a product of the finest mountain-Brown grain If you order MILLER'S SELF-RAISING Buckwheat. It's itrlctly pure makes the lightest and most appetizing grlddlo cakes'. 7At your grocer's. No consumers supplied. B. B. EARNSHAW 8c BRO. Wholesalo Grocer 3, 11th and M sts. se. 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