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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1912.
French Aviator Tries To Win Pommery Cup PARIS, Aug. 2D. Aviator Blndcjono ascended early today from Villa Coub lay, on his way to Warsaw by way of Berlin, In an effort to win tho Pom mery Cun. Ho flew at a height of 628 feet, and messago fiom Metres utattu time he arrived thero at 7 o'clock and resumed his flight twenty minutes later, indicat ing d speed of 106 miles an hour. Champ Clark Begins Campaign in Maine BOSTON, Aug. 29. Speaker Champ Clark reached horo early today on the Kodoral Express' from Washington and left an hour later for Rockland', Me., where ho Is scheduled to open tho cam paign In tho Pino Trco Stato tonight. He was accompanied by George Fred Williams and Mrs. Clark. His (laughter Is in Washington. Picked to Succeed Dr. Wiley NORTH ER MEXICO CHEMISTRY B SON OF WEALTHY PARENTS IS HELO F0RWH1TESLAVERY Every Effort Being Made To Keep Accused's Iden tity Secret. CITIZENS CM CHIEF WILL NOT BE NAMEO UNTIL FALL President To Defer Appoint ment Until He Confers With Wilson. M 'ti V FOB INTERVENTION Rebel Band Defeated, With 300 Killed Outrages Committed. That tho depredations and bad con duct of tho scattered rebv Hordes In Northern-Mexico havo brought them Into dtsreputo and that'znost of tho peaceable people of Sonora. rendezvous of cOneral Orozco, are clamoring for Intervention by tho United States be camo known hero today. Delayed telegrams from tho northern section of Mexico rovoal shocking con ditions. Tho majority of the tnsurrcctos at last realize they aro fighting a hpe less fight an dare now Intent only on looting and pillaging every ranch and settlement in their ptfth. Unspeakable indignities aro being per petrated by the rebels. A band of 1.S0O rebels, who attacked Alamos ycstorday. were defeated and lost more than 300 killed and wounded, a quantity of am munition and scores of horses. Today it Is understood the federals havfi surrounded thn retreatlnc rnvn lutlonists and tho War Denartment 1a awaiting confirmation of the news that tno entlro rebel band has been wiped out. A band of fifteen marauders who had attacked workmen of the Richardson Construction Company were pursued and killed by federals at Bablcora. Seventy rebels who later attempted to capture Bablcora were repulsed, los ing eleven killed. Gn. Edgar '. Steever, who reports there are more rebels near the border now than evr bfore, Is keping a close watch fo insurrectos who may take the notion to cross tho Rio Grando In search of loot. The Stato Department today had re ceived no confirmation of the report would meet Genoral Huerta under a flag of truce at Montczoma, CJlhuathua Friday to dlscusse tho terms under which Orozco will agree to declare tho "revolution at an end." It Is said Madero suggested this move rather than be forced to fight a battle at Ja,urez with tho consequent danger of damaging American Interests across the line in El Paso. Governor Colquitt, of Texas', Is taking no chances, how ever, and is prepared to shell rebels and federals alike if El Paso citizens are pieced under fire. State Department Hears Of Battle In Mexico 300 Casualties Indefinite roports of a big battle In Mexico between federals and rebels reached the State Department today. It Is stated that 1,800 rebels, who at tacked Alamos, in northern Mexico, were defeated and lost over 300 in killed and wounded. General Orozco's forces are operating In that neighborhood, but whether the rebels who wero defeated aro connected with his command Is not known. A band of fifteen marauders, who at tacked employes of the Richardson Con struction Company at Bablcora, were pursued and 'killed. Peprodatlons by rcbeL. bands in the. stattKOt-Sonora. have become so offensive that most of tho inhabitants have Joined In a general campaign to put them down. Wireless Fails To Reach Disabled Ship SAN DIEGO, Cal., Aug. 29. Ropeated efforts were made today at tho wireless station to get In touch with the gun boat Vlcksburg, which reported yester day that Its propeller had been broken. The message was relayed by the steam er Stanley Drjiar. Later a message was received saying a vessel had reached Magdalena Bay. Late last night another message from the steam er Pleiades at Capo San Lazare, near Magdalena Bay, said the vlcksburg Had not reached there and had not reported. Naval officers are worrrled over the report. They could not reach the VlckS' burg after tho Pleiades message had been received. Copyright, by Q, V. Buck. DR. R. E. DOOLITTLE. Coroner Gives Verdict Of Accidental Death Accidental death wus tho verdict of a coroner's Jury today, after Investigat ing tho case of Harry W. Gates, who came to his death as a result of being struck by a yard engine In the Wash ington terminal yards Just north of H street. Jesslo W, Stansbury, John II. Sweeney, and Austin G. Herbert, work ing companions of young Gates in tho employ of the United States Express Company, testified that they crossed over a train standing on tho express runway, and that Just as young Gates stepped from It to the track, the en gine struck nlm and threw him under tho train ho had Just stepped from. The train started to move at that time and Gates was caught under one of the cars. Herbert said that he was Just ahead of aGtes on tho bottom step of the front car of tho standing train when he saw the approaching engine and stopped. Gates, ho says, stepped past htm. Albert Gates, twin brother of Harry, ithd his father, Charles Gates, employed In the Redemption Division of the Treasury, .attended tho inquest Funeral arrangemonts havo not yet been made. Services will bo held Sun day afternoon at Emanuel Baptist Church. The time and place of lntor ment have not been decided. Chesapeake Trainmen Will Give Excursion Arrangements for tho eleventh an nual outing, to be given at Chesapeake Beach tomorrow by the trainmen of the Chesnppako Beach railway, havo been completed, and a record breaking crowd Is expected to attend. W. F. Rector, chief train dispatcher of tho road, "is chairman of tho committee on arrangements. Prof, Maurlco A. Joyce, who will have general chargo of the athlutlc events, has secured several valuable prizes, which will bo awarded to tho winnorn. X hnnr-li"'! eaino lb to lie .ilavirl dur ing the afternoon, and both first and niim'9 will lh- Kiun in tin ' event. . J. llay warn, nenerai suptrinicn dent of the road, said today that a sufficient number of screened cars will be on hand to transport tho expected crowds. An appointment of chief of the Bureau of Chemistry will not be made until I late In September, and Dosslbly not until October. President Taft has deter mined not to permanently nil the place made vacant by tho resignation of Dr. H. W. Wiley until after he has had an opportunity to confer with Secretary Wilson, of tho Department of Agricul ture. Secretary Wilson left for his home in Iowa a few days ago and will not re turn to Washington or the East until after he has Inspected several national forest reserves. His return is not ex pected in less than a month. Before going to Beverly, resident Taft had a conference with Dr. R. E. Doo llttle, acting chief of the bureau. This conferenco took place laBt Saturday afternoon, when the President expected that Congress would adjourn that night and leave him frte go to to Beverly. Dr. Dooltttlo today admitted that there had been such a conference, but did not discuss It, saying that while he did not know that there was anything Becrot about what transpired, ho would prefer that nows of the conference Bhould be given from the White House. Dr. Dooltttle Is regarded a the prob able successor of Dr. Wiley. It is believed that President Taft will defer almost entirely to tho wishes of Secretary Wilson In making the ap pointment. This Is thought to augur well for Dr. Doollttle's appointment, as Secretary Wilson has expressed satis faction with tho existing situation in the department. Blames Mothers For "Disgraceful" Skirts BALTIMORE. Md., Aug. 29. That mothers aro to blame for disgraceful dressing by young girls Is tho belief of tho Rev. John T. Whclan, pastor of the largest Catholic church In South Baltimore. He told his congregation so. Said he: "We talk of children hiding them selves behind their mother's skirts. Alas, the skirts no longer hides the mother. And it Is tho mother and not the daughter who should bo blamed. Children may not know better: parents should." Illinois Progressives To Put Up Candidates CHICAGO, Aug. 29. Progressive Con gressional conventions will bo hold throughout Illinois tomorrow. In most of the districts candidate! will be put up by the new party. In a few dis tricts candidates nominated by other parties will be Indorsed. In the tenth district the Progressives have decided to Indorse Congressman Foss, Republi can, brother of Governor Foss, of Ma-sachusctts. Violent Cathartics Injure Health Side ep purgttrro lKf hanh action fa IUbU to injure the bowel. Why Dot um CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS a purely vegetable remedy that haa been roccealolly wed by millioQi fa half a oeatury. Acta gently bat radr tad not only quickly relieve butfweTexeodil the meetr oil coiutipatioa. Ute ibem.foc dizxbeu, fadigct b'oo, lick headache and all lira trouble. Small PU1, Small Dm. Small Price, TLo GENUINE mutt bear aigaatuie ImJ i mi lift JT IMfVED I .aiiiw- !;... That Robert Allls, the young man taken Into custody by Dopartmont of Justlco agents on Tuesday, charged with violation of tho lnterstato com merce section of the white slave laws. Is the son of a wealthy and influential Italian family, other members of which will do everything in their power to keep socret the prisoner's real identity, becamo known today when tho alleged whlte-slaver was arraigned in tho Fo llco Court Young Allls was held In $5,000 for pre liminary hearing, which will bo given him before United States Commissioner Taylor Saturday morning. According to the police and Department of Jjustlco agents who will appear as witnesses against Allls, the young man brought Lucy Hostcr to the District of Columbia from Maryland for Immoral purposes. The young woman was not In court today as the proceeding of arraigning tho man In tho "Police Court was merely for the purpose of holding him In bond until Commissioner Taylor fixes the real bond at the preliminary hearing. At torney D. Edward Clarke appeared for Allls and declared that he will easily obtain the acquittal of his client on rhe ground that the young Italian was lgt norant of the woman's intentions when he accompalned her to this city. Th family of the voung defendant has al ready made known Its attention to for ward sufficient funds to fight tho charge against him. INDIGESTION Makes Many Millions Miserable Acute indigestion and chronic dyspepsia aro the mo-: prevalent miseries that afflict mankind, yet are the most easily remedied by proper treatment. The Mild i.oin5- Kemedy is the surest and safest, because it aids tho natural efforts of the body to remove impurities of the blood, assists digestion and regu lates tho bowels. Bold In the following Washington drug stores: Junes O'Donnell, 904 F at. N. W., 13th and a its : Affleck's Drug Stores. Ml (J at. and 16th and F ats.; Chrlatlanl Drug Co., th St. N. W., OS Penna, ave. N. W.; Union Station; W. It. Hill, 82W M N. W.; W T. Kerfoot. Jr.. 7lh and t at. N. W.; Tajlor & Lamb, N. Cop. at. and Ilhode Ialand ave., 2d ft. and Md. ae. N. E , 11th and E. Cap. ats.; People' Pharmacy, 7th and Macs. ave. N W.; In 25c, EOc, and $1.00 boxes. wmmm P Capital Hill Mail Is Ordered To Station Mall for out-of-town points collected by tho automobiles of sub-station B of tho City Postofflco, on Capitol Hill will hereafter go direct to tho terminal sta tion at Union Station, nccordlng to orders Issued today. A considerable gain In dispatch of letters Is expected rtver the time now consumed In taking these letters to the sub-station. The terminal station Is due for abolishment when the new City Postofflco Is erected near Union Station. Pick Name For Ship. The new battleship No. 3S, authorized by Congress, has formally been as sumed tho namo Pennsylvania, and tho present armored cruiser Pennsylvania wil lbe renamed Pittsburgh Under U. S. Treasury Supervision. What Relation Do your expenses bear to your in come? How much are you saving? What are you doing with your savings? Are they safe and are they working for you? There is no question about this Bank's safety, and we pay 3 per cent Compound Interest. Home Savings Bank, 7th St and Mass. Ave. N. W. 7th & H Sts. N. E. 436 7th St. S. W. UNUSUAL VALUE IN HOMES New Hampshire Ave., North of Park Road r? r" wvy - 4-, -vzzzmzm V . ' r- J.'i.V tt. .9V Vf . i i i ;,L'i,s ?,; .' .m x-i fjt j i P 1 !P" i :'.' v r 7 . w vo , -'Tyy jm v. y !.,', j. j -... ' jp'" These homes are- located In tho best section of Columbia Heights and they are convenient to three car lines. Schools, hurches, stores and a market aro near. You need not go down town for anything. Each house has from six to eight rooms, reception hall; beam celling in dining-room; tiled bath with special fixtures; hardwood floors, hardwood trim and bronze hardware throughout; large front and rear porches; ample closet room; electric and gas llghttng and electric push buttons in rooms and halls; hot-water heat; Now Method Gas Range; tasteful decorations, special mantels and fixtures; CEL LAR UNDER ENTIRE HOUSE. DEEP LOTS WIDE LAWNS These homes wero designed by a well-known architect and they represent your ideal of a homo, as you will say when you see them. They wero constructed of the finest materials by builders of a national roputatlon and EVERYTHING IS GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR Prices $5,700, $5,800, $6,500 and $7,000. Small first trust; balance arranged to suit purchaser. To inspect take any 14th or 11th street car to Park Road and walk east, or any Georgia avenue car to Park Road and walk west Open every day and evening. Salesmen on premlses or inquire of A. F. FOX COMPANY 1311 H Street N. W. Sales Department Three Essentials Quality Price Service High quality, low prices, and efficient service is a combination that appeals. What a-relief to the housewife to know that whenshe trades at one of our stores she will get all of these and possibly more. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY American Beauty Brand Ceylon Tea, y b. packet, 30c Trial packet, 10c We are offering this excel lent article for the first tlm" and beUovo that It is destined to become very popular as soon as tho consumer gives It a trial. Fancy Sugar Cured Hams Pound, 18C Nearby Apples, Good Quality, ' Peck, 20C New York State Cheese, Potind, 30C Choice Potatoes, the kind that will please, per peck, 25c Gambrill's Patapsco Flour. 6 lb. sack 20c 12 lb. sack 40c The triumphant march into popularity of fhls article Is convincing proof of ita superiority. Maconochie's Kippered Herring. Large can 12J2C Small can 9c This Is ihe genuine Import ed article und Is very cheap at the price offered. Eresh Roasted Coffee, good quality, per lb., 25c. The steady increase In the demand for this article tells the story of its superior quality. Fresh Creamery Butter, 1 pound prints, 30c. Pet Evaporated Milk, tall can, 8c. 1 Norwegian Smoked Sardines, per can, 10c. Banquet Brand Coffee, per pound, 30c. A hlKh-Brade coffee at a very reasonable price. 1 Onions, note the price, lA peck, 10c. Naboth Grape Juice, per bottle, 17c. Just a llttlo more than 30 percent less than the regular price. Some savin?, eh! Double Tip Noiseless Matches, per dozen boxes, 15c. Cprn Flakes, the kind you will like, 3 pkgs. for 25c. League of Consumers' Friends PATRONIZE THE STORE NEAREST YOU "BSE XORTHEAST Columbia Tea & Coffee Cc 1505 V. Cap. St R. E. Roberson, Fifth and A streets. J. F. Allnlno & Son, 500 Twelfth street J. M. Annnndnlc, 1209 H street 3. Erans & Son, 910 18th street J. Urnvshaw, Jr., Sixth and A streets. D. T. Batson, C21 Soienth street J. E. DIggIc, Sorcnth and II street. Thomas Iladen, 610 G street Lather F. Hall, Twelfth und H streets. Frank Since, Sorenth and F streets. SODTHTTEST n. T. Gorer, Serenth and C streets. William n. Lelmbacb, Sixth and G streets. R. E. TY. Schmidt, Eighth and D streets.. -, A. G. Schmidt Fonr-and-a-balf and F sts. M. J. Tfhelan, Third and C streets. J. II. Goodrich, Eighth and F streets. ee Delivery to Every Section of SUBURBAN E. M. Tnbb, HjattsTlllc, Md. W. J. Cook, Twelfth and Irrlng sts, Brookland, D. C. H0RTOTTE8T W. S. Brown & Co., 1113 Fourteenth street W. T. Davis, Fifteenth and F streets. C Rammllng, 313 Penna. arenne. P. A. Dodge, Serenth and T streets. H. E. G. Besley, 3322 M street 11. Oppenhclmcr & Son, SOS Ninth street 0. A. Pendleton, 133G Ninth street A. il. PHtt Sixth and Q streets. C. Y. Sparrow, S00 North Capitol street 17. S. Brown & Co., 1614 Fourteenth street 7. R. Stone, 2444 Eighteenth street Thos. Dean, First & Randolph sts. SOUTHEAST Brlnkley Bros 923 Fourth street F. P. Zuschnltt, Second und N street?. James R. Tune, 230 11th st Rulund & Howes, 14th and A streets. Brlnkley Bros, 108 M street L. F. Lusby, Eighth and East Capitol sts. R. A. Rollins, Eleventh and M streets. U. C. Roberson, Ninth st Jfc S. Carolina are, R. E. Smith, Sixth and D streets. G. E. Bohannou, C35Fourth street Brlnkley Bros., 1101 Third street the City-3