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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1912.
,r R0ZC0F0LL OK : RAID' ROTHSCHILD RANCH IN MEXICO llll I m,m Manager and Family Pay $4,000 to Rebels, Then Forced to Leave. The State Department wan Informed by tho consul at Acapulco, Mexico, to day that' a large body of Orozco fol lowers attacked tho Laguna ranch, ono of the Rothchlld s properties, situated near the mouth If the river Balsas In Mlohoacan and forced the manager and Ills amlly -to leave after making them pay $4,000. A band of the same rebels took the (own If Carrizal last Monday. In the neighborhood of Acapulc6, con ditions are quiet today, but It was re ported that on Thursday an uprising occurred at La Union on the coast. The United States consul at Vera Cruz reports that dissatisfaction at the economic conditions Is general through out that region and that frequent rob beries are, perpetrated by gangs or In dividuals. He adds that the lives of Americans and other foreigners aro In constant Jeopardy. Tho federals are not sufficiently strong In number to awo the lawless clement. Salttllo and Knscnada conttnun quiet. On Wednesday night a special train carrying supplies ana food got through to Cuernavaca from the American side. Bands of rebels arc now frequently appearing In the state of Jalisco, and the samo applies to the state of Mexico, where brigandage Is going on unchecked dv the eovemment authorities A report received at the State Denati- ieo uanv breros and 200 federals under his com ment todav states that Santiago Cafl mand yesterdav defected and lolned forces with Emlllo Campa and his rebels at Bolubo. Gen. Pascual Orozco, jr., the real leader of the revolution. Is marching In the direction of Juarez, and evidently expects to capture his former head quarters, even If a battle )s necessary. Gen. E. Z. Steever reiterated his1 tele grams of csterday. and today Informed Gen. Leonard Wood tnat a strong force of American cavalry Is on the march to El Paso, to letaltate IT Orozco's men peiatst in ilrlng across the line and menacing American life and property. The elder Orozco and his nephew are Mill held at Fort Bliss as hostages. West Virginians Hold Meeting to End Strikes CHARLESTON. W. "a., Sept. 21. lteprescntatlves of civic , commercial and Industrial organizations from all parts of the State gathered here today it the call of Governor Glasscock to discuss legislation designed to prevent a recurrence of labor troubles such as now f.xlst In the Kanawha coal field''. Among those pnesent arc President J. P. Whlto and Vice President VYank J Hayes, of the United Mine Workers of America. There was a cessation of disorder !n the coal fields last night. DOCTOR; IS KILLED, HEIRESS INJURED E I MOTOR SKIDS Car Hits Tree, Woman Thrown Thirty Feet, and Man's Skull Crushed. NEW YORK, Sept. 21.-John L. Huhes, health officer or Mt. Vernon, was killed and Mrs. Louise S. Clement, an holreas of Pat-cot. avenue. New Rochellc, was seriously Injured when tho Hughes automobile crashed nto a tree hi New Rochell last night. Mrs, Clement has been undergoing treatment by Dr. Hughes at his office In Mt. Vernon for an aDscess behind the ear. She called upon him late yesterday afternoon, and, as she was to entertain a party of friends early In the evening, t)r. Hughes offered to drive her home In his car. The machine was speeding at a rate of forty miles an hour through Web ster avenue, a fashionable section of New Rochelle, less than a auarter of a mtlu from her home, when the 'Wheels struck a deep rut In the brick pave ment between the trollev tracks. The car skidded, leaped In the ulr and struck the curb. The left rear wheel was cut off as with a knife, but the auto dashed across the sidewalk through a hedge ana crashed Into a tree on the lawn of Claience E. Holmes. Mrs. Clement was thrown thirty feet. Htf right leg was torn, her faco was scratched, and she sustained bruises all over her bdy. Dr. Hughes was thrown against, the tree with tremendoue force. Ills skull was crushed and both legs broken In several pierce. Mrs. Clement was taken In an autq mobllo to her home on Parcot aVtnue, where she was attended by physicians. Although she was In great agony when she was carried into the house, she smiled, waved her hand to her guests, who were assembled In evening dress( and not knowing that Dr. Hughes vvs mortally hurt, called to them: "You go ahead with your festivities. Don't mind me. I'll go right to bed. and I'll enjoy hospital fqre for a while." Fire Loss $500,000 At Cold Storage Plant LOS ANGELES, Cal.. Sept. 51. Fire which caused a loss of JMO.OOO eariy today destroyed the plant of the Mer chants' Ice and Cold Storage Company hoiw. A large quantity of stored prod ucts filled the cold storage warehousa. A number of firemen narrowly es caped death when the roof, of the building callopsed. Defective electric wiring caused the fire. Major Pettus Returns. MaJ. Harry L. Pettus, Quartermast er's Corps, now on leave of absence at Boyce, Va has been ordered to repair to this city at dnce and report for duty In the office of the chief of the Quart ermaster Corps. Celebrate Anniversary Of Theater's Opening The twenty-sfxth anniversary oftli9 openlnir of Kernan', now tho Lyceum Theater, was celebrated yesterday, and "Hughoy" Kernan was the guest of honor at an Informal supper on tho stage. A. C. Mayer, general manager of tho theater, presented Mr. Kernan with an Elks' charm. J. C. Johnson and M. T. Malonoy, who have been with tho house since It was opened, were also gUen tokens of appreciation. ,' , ! - Plague and War in 1917 . Seen by Street Aptostle Various Kinds of pestilence, plague, and warfare will constitute a period in tho history of the world beginning In the 'year 1917, 'according to Brother Ir vlng, of the Israelite House of David, who, with his young wife, Sister Ruth, began a scries of public entertainments last night at Seventh and C streets southwest. Sister Ruth acted as the "spieler," and with a largo megaphone attracted the crowd. Then. Brother Irving, with his uncut hair and heard, did the preaching, K&rwaHMH 55aVlll4- zm BUY A HOME WITH YOUR RENT MONEY HERE IT IS! Don't pay another cent in rent to a landlord. Live in your own home. It's much cheaper and you have something to show for your money. You save gl.ooo the day you buy one of these homes. Houses like these in any other part of the city will cost from $5,200 to $5,500. We are selling them at the low price of g4,25o because we bought this land in large acreage while it was cheap. LOCATION IDEAL Thete homes are situated on the highest elevation in the city beautiful view overlooking the picturesque Potomac and Virginia hills. They contain 6 large rooms; gas and electricity, hardwood floors, hot-water heat; large porches and lawns; big closets' ar.d a score of other advantages to be found only in a BREUNINQER HOME. Take Wisconsin Ave. car to W place, op posite entrance to Naval Observatory walk one short square west. Just look how you can buy one: $250 Cash Balance to Salt You 1 Price, $4,250 HURRY UP 4 SOLD LAST WEEK H. V. BOUIC & CO. Phone Main 1615 SOUTHERN BLDG. fc WMWImmm, Do Not Miss This Opportunity or You Will Regret It! SAVE $650 w vtflWBBBjl, &SXwPaHBKBk 4i m w. 7m. P,tj. .jj. ZTZjI . nnV jTPWBBI hail PMPBm ' ''JM i WBBiI Price Only $3,850 $250 Cash, Balance to Suit Wc court comparison with any $4,500 house in the District of Columbia. Excellence of construction, comfort, convenience, and location are the fundamental cssen-' tials which govern the WISE purchaser. These essentials arc most conspicuous here. ' Built by T. L. Lewis, a builder of 30 years' experience, whose reputation for building GOOD HOUSES isecond to none. Not a box house with its small rooms, but a house with three rooms deep and all the comforts which such a house means. SPECIAL FEATURES 6 Large Rooms and Tiled Bath. Combination Gas and Electric Fixtures. Hot-water Heat. Hardwood Finish Both Floors. Steel Construction. Instantaneous Hot-water Heater. Double Bay Windows. "' F Double Oak Floors. Double Back Porches. Expensive Mantels and Fixtures. Laundry Tubs in Cellar. Servants' Toilet. n r I LOCATION: Hall Place N. W., overlooking NAVAL OBSERVATORY, and near MASSA CHUSETTS AVENUE HEIGHTS. One of the highest ELEVATIONS in the District of Co lumbia, and a neighborhood exclusively devoted to HOME OWNERS, where property is con stantly increasing in value. ' See these homes at once. Take. Wisconsin avenue cars. Get off at W Place N. W. and go one-half square west. Representative a't houses Sunday and evenings, or call-at office of H. F. MANDLER COM Jnc, "Exclusive Agents Look for Red Arrow Sign 702 11th Street N. W. One to Five Acres in BRADLEY HILLS t the Price of the Average City Lot! BRADLEY HILLS Washington's Most Beautiful Suburb 30 Minutes from the Heart of the City Fronting on a 10 O-Foot Boulevard J K XQfc &. .... . - M0 il H " W ' 'uiiin "Tiiini smt u?2 W I'ftSiV &H2 A er c )fx srf -; 'N0TJ5T TlLTHrlY ViftVWpSs U 1 Cfl I T IOLUUA smm ilLl .,u, 'NO 1H0WI . m. i3 SsfSS ?yirr ycf -V x wr m . m mi M fTwMk LA ' vw ,v jy vc i si U- I When you see BRADLEY HILLS you will not wonder why everybody is going there and buying Home Sites! BRADLEY HILLS has everything to recommend it to a refined clientele, desiring A REAL HOME: Beautiful, high, rolling country its proximity to Washington fine driveways, good water, electric lighting, fine schools, desirable neighbors and playmates for your children, assured ! ! ' And don't overlook this fact: Those who are buying NOW are not only getting the CHOICEST LOCATIONS, but are saving money as prices are certain to advance in the very near future ! ! ! See BRADLEY HILLS without delay. Our automobiles are at your disposal. Our agents are always on the property. Call, write or telephone for an appointment. 'The Entrance to BRADLEY HILLS is at Corner of Bradley Lane and Wisconsin Avenue Northwest Exclusive Agents REAL ESTATE TRUST COMPANY 1414 F Street Phone Main 4081 J R