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THE WASHINGTON TIMES.' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5; 1912.
SWATS DEALT IN
BY NEW LEAGUE
Mrs. Littleton, Roosevelt, and
Many Others Scored
Resolution condemning the movement
to force Congreesman Jefferson Levy of
Now York to aell Montlcello, the former
home of Thomaa Jefferaon to the Fed
eral aovemment; attacking the Admin
latratlon foT falling to recognlie the
republic of China; favoring one term for
Prealdent; criticising former Freeldent
Rooaevelt for his manner of acquiring
the Panama Canal Zone; opposing any
separation of Inaugural cercmonlea for
President-elect Wilson, and favoring a
Department of Labor, were passed last
night at the flnal session of the National
League of Democratic Clubs at the
Organisation of the league waa ef
fected with the election of Perry Bel
mont, of New York, aa prealdent; Sena
tor Hoke Smith of Georgia, Fred B,
Lynch, of Minnesota; Frederick W.
Plalsted, of Maine; John J. Lenti, of
Ohio, and Charles O. Hclfner, of Wash
ington, vice presidents.
Many On Executive Board.
The executive board Includes twenty
one Democratic governors, former gov
ernors, and other prominent Democrats
from all parts of the country, aa fol
low: Former Congressman Lafayette Pence,
of the District: Gov. John F. Bhafroth,
of Colorado; Oov. James B. HcCreary,
of Kentucky; Oovernor-elect Bulser. of
New York; Oovernor-elect Cox, of Onto:
Gov. John Burke, of North Dakota;
Gov. William C. McDonald, of New
Mexico; Gov. Joseph T. Koblnson, of
Arkansas; Gov.-elect IS. II. Hodges, of
Kansas; Gov. Eugene N. Koaa, ot Mas
sachusetts; Gov.-elect Elliott W. Major,
of Missouri; Gov.-elect Bamuel M. Rals
ton, of Indiana; former Oov, W. D.
Jelks, ot Alabama; former Gov. R. B.
Glenn, of North Carolina; former Gov
ernor Blanchard, of Louisiana; Senator
elect Thomaa J. Walsh of Montana,
Senator Francis G. Newlands of Ne
vada, Senator Culberson of Texas,
Representative Ruker of California, J.
Hamilton Lewis, of Illinois; Robert S.
Hudspeth, of New Jersey; Henry Wade
Rogers, of Connecticut; M. F. Stllca, of
West Virginia, and Representative Cur
tis H. OreKg of Pennsylvania.
William C. Llllcr, of Indianapolis, waa
chosen secretary and general organiser:
Dr. John W. Cox, of New York, was
elected treasurer; and Col. John I. Mar
tin, of St. Louis, waa chosen sergeant-at-arms.
Levy Not Influenced.
The resolutions, brought In by a com.
mlttee headed by Judge M. F. Stiles,
of West Virginia, were pasaed with lit
tle opposition. Edward Owlngs Towne,
of New York, who introduced the reao
lutlon relating to Montlcello, declared
he had been assured that Congressman
Levy, owner ot the property, would act
in a patriotic manner regarding the
estate, but that he would not be forced
by the movement headed by Mrs. Mar
A losa of toO.COO.OOO a year In trade w'l
said to have been the result of the
action of the Roosevelt Administration
in "waving the 'big stick' In the face
ot South American countries." Hope
was expressed that the Incoming Demo
cratic Admlnlatratlon would do every
thing possible to overcome the bad feel
ing engendered by tills action.
Split Inaugural Oopposed.
In opposing the division of Inaugural
cercmonlea, It waa declared Impossible
to get many Democratic cluba to come
to Washington and participate In in
augural ceremonies later than March, 4.
Addresses were delivered bv Congress
man William Sulzer, governor-elect ot
new lorn; uonRressman iiuixeiey, or
Ohio; Congressman Baker of California;
Ferrv Belmont, Dr. W. H. Hosklns, ot
Pennsylvania; 8. C. Cox. of Virginia;
Mayor Nelson, ot Howell, N. Y., and
CALLS FOR JURY
Determined to Thoroughly Probe Death of Patrick Buckley
of Braddock House Supply of Red Cross Stamps
Is Speedily Exhausted in Public Schools.
WA811INOTON TIMES BUREAU,
ALEXANDRIA, VA.. DKC. 5.
Judge Louis C. Barley, of the corpora
tion court, has Instructed City Ser
geant Robert H. Cox to summons the
following grand Jury, who will meet on
next Monday morning, when the De
cember term of the corporation court
will be oponed: James T. Preston, Oscar
W. Phillips, Leopold Ruben, Philip M.
Bradahaw, C. H. Yohe, Mark L. Price,
Jr., Thcmaa W. Robinson, John McCuen,
Lorenio Wolfora, James m. Duncan,
Charles B. Marshall, and Thomaa a.
A large number of witnesses, among
whom are a number of newspaper men,
have been summoned aa witnesses In
the Investigation, on the death of Pat
tick Buckley, at the Braddock House.
The Commonwealth will ask that the
grand Jury make a thorough inquiry In
to the facta surrounding young Buck
The body or Taylor Green, which was
found floating In the Cameron street
docks on November 10, will be exhumed
tomorrow by William Demalne & Sons,
undertakers, and shipped to Cullom'a
Wharf, Md., which waa the home of
the deceased. Positive Identification of
the body waa made yesterday by rela
tive of Green, whom came from Cul
lom'a Wharf for this purpose.
A special program of exercises has
been prepared for the memorial serv
ices, which will be held by the con
gregation of the Methodist Protestant
Church next Sunday.
Announcement waa made In the nub
ile school yesterday of prlsea to the
children that sold the greatest number
of Red Cross stamps and a a result
tne cnuaren got sucn large supplies
that the stamps on hand were exhaust
ed. The local branch of the antl-Tu.
berculoals Society will award a hand
some picture to be placed on the walls
or the class whose pupils sell the moat
atamps. The State Society ha offered
a first prise of 123: a second prise or
flO and a third and fourth prise of it
each to the child selling the greatest
number of atamps.
R. K. Lodge No. 413, Brotherhood of
Railway Trainmen have elected the fol
lowing officers: II. A. Orlfflth, presi
dent; R. C. Carter, vice president: H. A.
Lipscomb, secretary; M. -F. Kerrlck,
treasurer: C. E. Simpson, collector; B.
W. Pullen, agent official publications;
K. B. Roach, delegate; Dr. E. A. Gor
man, medical examiner.
M. D. Corse, Camp of Confederate
Veterans, will give a social entertain
ment to Its members In Lee Camp hall
tonight at I o'clock.
John Godfred Runaldue, jr., and Mlsa
Margaret Wallena Plerpont were mar
ried yesterday afternoon at 5:30 p. m.
at Trinity M. E. Church by Rev. WII
Ham Pierpont, of Cumberland. Md
brother of the bride. Rev. Mr. Pier
pont waa assisted by Rev. G. A. Lut
trell. rector of Trinity.
Canton Alexandria, Patriarch Militant
No. i, will hold a business meeting at
Odd Fellows' hall tonight followed by
the regular drill.
At a meeting of the Alexandria Motor
Boat Club, which waa held last night,
the 8herman trophy was awarded to
H. A. Cole, of the Corinthian Yacht
Club, of Wnnhlnuton, owner of tho
steam yacht Meteor. Tho trophy waa
won on July 27 by C. C. Rouse, but waa
not awarded on account of the protest
of Mr. Cole. It was decided last night
that the proteat was correct, and the.
decision wa given accordingly.
The fire department was called out
this morning at 8:30 o'clock to a blaia
at B18 South Patrick street, which was
extinguished with chemicals.
BAN MAY BE PLACED
ON MEXICAN FRUIT
Presence of Dangerous Fly in
Citrus Products Causes Depart
ment to Consider Quarantine.
ORDERED FROM RUSSIA
BECAUSE OF HIS RACE
Leon Bakst, Famous Artist, Given
Short Time to Quit
Charges Brought by Island Dele
gate Fail to Impress
. , Prober.
Gov. Walter F. Frear, of Hawaii,
waa reappointed by President Taft yes
terday. With this nomination waa sent
that of Secretary Ernest A. Mott-Smlth
to the Senate.
Charge ot official misconduct were
brought against Governor Frear last
year by Jonah K. Kalanlanaole, dele
gate from Hawaii. The Prealdent au
thorised Secretary of the Interior Fish
er to investigate the charges. Mr,
Fisher went to Hawaii late last sum
mer, held hearings and returned to
Washington In October, giving Gover
nor Pmp fl. clean hill nf health. It Was
then stated that the President Intended
in keen Governor Frear in office.
E. A. Mott-Smlth. secretary of
Hawaii, sent his resignation to the
President a few weeks ago. Subse
quently he reconsidered his decision to
cut himself from tho Federal pay roll
and Indicated that ho wanted a reap
pointment. England Had Her First
Asylum 365 Years Ago
Tho first Insane asylum In England
was founded 305 years ago today. Thla
Institution, culled Bethlehem, was the
first of its kind In Europe with the ex
ception of one at Granada. For two
centuries patients In this and other like
Institutions were treated with cruel so
verity. It waH held that the Insane
wore afflicted with devils, and tho pa
tients were treated with every Indignity
In 17D2 more, enlightened methods of
treutlng thu Insano wero Introduced by
rinel, ut the Uloctre. In Par', and by
William Tukc, u Quaker physician. In
London. In ISIS ull England was shock
ed at tho exposure of conditions In tho
Insane asylums, which led to u general
Shouts on Gallows.
MACON, Gu., Dec. C.-Oacar Clyde,
negro murderer, went to tho callows
singing. "I Don't Knok Where I'm
Going, but I'm On My Way."
A plant quarantine against all
orangea, iweet lime, and other cltru
fruit Imported into the United State
from Mexico, 1 under consideration by
the Department of Agriculture.
The department contemplate thl
action because of the alleged fact that
there I prcaent In these fruits in Mex
ico a dangerous fruit fly known aa
trypeta ludens. which attacks oranges,
mangoes, peaches, guavas, plums, weet
limes.' and other f rulta and vegetables.
A public hearing to consider the ad
visability of a quarantine will be held
at the department by the horticultural
board on January 8. All Interested per
sons will have an opportunity to uppear
and be heard.
The State of California has establish
ed a quarantine prohibiting the entry
Into the Bute of the product men
tioned from Mexican and Central Amer
ican ports, and haa provided for the
confiscation and destruction of such
fruits wherever found In California.
Mexican fruit, particularly orange,
are, however, now coming Into the
United Statea In quantltlea from Mexico,
through various Gulf porta, and being
widely distributed. Furthermore, tne
investigation of thl Inaect br expertj
of the Department ot Agriculture and
othera, ha fully catabllahed the danger
of the importation and establishment of
tni fruit riy in curus amricia uuiun
Ing the Gulf, from whence It could
easily be carried to other State.
Will Celebrate Feast
The Feast of the immaculate Con
ception of the Blessed Virgin will be
celebrated Sunday morning by the
Franciscan Father at the monastery
In Brookland. 8olemn high mas will
be celebrated at 10 o'clock instead of
8 o'clock. A sermon will be delivered
In Spanish by Franciscan Father
After the mass, the Spanish visitor
will sing a congregutloual hymn. A
special musical program will bo ren
dered. In the afternoon at 3:30 there will be
compline and benedlcUon of the blessed
sacrament. The Franciscan community
extends an Invitation to all who wish
to assist at the sacred ceremonies.
Salvation Army Service.
"The Purpose for Which Jeu Christ
Came Into the World," will be the sub
ject of a talk tomorrow night bv Col.
Samuel Brengle. at Salvation Army
headquarter, 330 Pennsylvania avenue
northwest. Major William Eacott, of
naltlmnre. and Enalfrn anri Mrs. Ru
dolph Goellnger, of Washington, will
take nart In the services. Theru will
be a meeting also at headquarter at 3
o'ciock tnia aiiernoon.
ST. PETERSBURG. Dec. 6.-On the
ground that he wa a Jew, and aa auch
had no right to remain In Russia, Leon
Ilakat. a famoua scenic artlat, wa or
dered by the police to quit St. Peters
burg within twenty-four nours. It wa
Bakst protested that he waa a na
tive, revisiting the place of his htrtn.
He also urged that he waa a rccognUed
court painter, and that four Russian
grand dukes were his pupils, but his
protests were In vain.
PICKED AS SITE
Structure Discussed by
The two-mllllon dollar memorial to
Abraham Lincoln to be erected In
the National Capital will bo built In
Potomac Park after design bv Henry
Bacon, of New York, according to the
decision of the Lincoln Memorial
Commission which met at the White
.Houae last night.
The result of the deliberation ot
tho commission will be sent to Con
gress by President Taft today In the
form of a special message.
The building design approved I tor
a marble structure, 156 feet long and
84 feet deep, surrounded on two aide
by Doric column 44 feet high and 1
feet S Inches In diameter. In a cen
tral hall within the structure will
stand a statue of Lincoln, the center
of a peristyle of Ionic columns tow
ering fifty feet In the air. On one
side of the central hall. In bronte,
will be Llncotn'a Oettyaburjr speech
and on the other side lit second in
Cost Nearly 11,000,000.
The memorial will coat $1,775,000.
The appropriation I 12,000,000, the
balance of It being required for land
scape work and architect' fee. There
ha been great rivalry among the ad
vocate of different site, Meridian
Hill, the Soldier' Home Park, Po
tomac Park, and the Union Station
plaza being plat in contention.
It I expected that the decision of
the commission will rouse some op
position In Congress. Including Speak
er Clark, who Is a member of the
commission, which favor a memorial
road from the Gettysburg battlefield
Nearly Alt Present
The members or the commission
were present excepting Congrersman
McCall, including Senators Martin,
Cullom, and Wetmore, Speaker Clark
nnd ex-Speaker Cannon. Prealdent
Taft 'presided at the meeting and
Col. Spencer Cosby, superintendent
of public ground and buildings, attended.
BIG POULTRY FARM
George N. Saegmuller Expects to
Raise 30,000 Fowls on His
Officers Are Named
By Royal Arcanum
The following officer for the year
were elected by Municipal Council, No.
2138. Royal Arcanum, laat night: Re
gent, J. E. Thomas; vice regent, J. W.
Little; aecretary, W, F. Brown; collec
tor. W. C. Schoonmaker; treasurer. G.
R. Young; orator, H. II. Talkes; guide,
W. A. Marschalk: chaplain. T. Kills;
representative to the grand council, C
D. Shackelford; past regent. C. E.
Turner. A class of twenty candidates
will be Initiated December 18 at the time
of the grand council visitation.
George N. Saegmuller, millionaire
glass and len manufacturer, ha gone
Into the poultry raising business at
Vanderwerken, Va., on a large scale,
and In the next year will probably raise
30,000 Incubator fowl with regular blue
blood In their vein.
On hi SCO acre estate he ha already
J.000 White Leghorn and Plymouth
Rocks, raised from classy egg coating
25 cent each, to say nothing of many
duck, turkey and guinea. Incubator
of the modern type, accommodating is,.
000 egg have been Installed, and every-
ining ror tne poultry la raised on the
large farm. Brooding houaes, colony
coon, sanitary aoDllancea. and every
thing needed for railing real aristocratic
nira are rouna on tni rarm.
The egg business already Is assuming
a national scope, for fancy fresh eggs
from theHaegmuller place, commanding
aristocratic price, are (old In Wash
ington, New York, and in citle farther
Many of the bird will be exhibited In
Doultrv ihnwi next aeaaon a an ex
ample of iclentltlc culture of fowl In
me ngnt aurrounaing.
Already the return from the egg farm
have been remarkable, eaUmate of the
profit going a high a TO per cent
How to Make
Better Cough Svruo
Than YouSan Buy
AS CRASH EVIDENCE
Physician Exhibits Negatives 'in
Police Court Fine
Settlement of automobile collision
case took up the major part of the day
In the District branch of the Police
Court yesterday. J, O. Benton, ,a con
tractor, charged with colliding with the
machine of C, W. William, also a con
tractor, at Oeorgia and New Hampshire
avenue last Sunday, wag found guilty
on the charge of colliding and paid s
fine of 110.
Mr. Benton alio wa fined 110 addi
tional for operating hi automobile
without a license. ,
Thomaa Smith,' eighteen year old, waa
found guilty after a trial lading nearly
two hour of colliding with an automo
bile operated by Dr. E. R. Becker, col
ored. at 'Twelfth and,F street north-wet-
Photograph! ihowlng "the.poiltlona ot
the motor, taken several mlnutea after
the accident, were, shown the court by
the complainant and convinced the
Judge that the accident waa caused by
failure on the part of the defendant to
observe traffic regulations. The court
Imposed a fine of CO on Smith.
Insurance Against Twins.
LONDON, Dec. 6.-FIve per cent la the
rate quoted by broker for Insurance
ngalnst the birth of-twin. It la also
possible to Imuro against a chlldj who
might deprive one of an eatate oritltle.
Pensions of $58,000
Are Distributed Here
Voucher for approximately m,030
were distributed' yesterday by the Wash
ington pension agency. These were
for quarterly payment of pensions, for
the last quarter of U12, and are the
last that ever will be Issued from the
Am oon a thl payment I com
pleted, which will not be for nearly
two week, John R. King, and his corps
of clerk and assistants, win go into
the Pension Office proper. For the
first, quarter of lfll. Washington pen
doner will be paid directly by check,
drawn on the United State Treasury.
They will mot have to have vouchers
executed or go through other formality,
aside from the usual check-cashing
2 A Fatally Kamlr, Bavla 3 aaa 9.
T Fully Oaaramtrca'. X
A full pint of cough syrup a much
as you could buy for 1160 can easily be
made at home. You will find nothing
that take hold of an obstinate cough
more quickly, uaually ending It Inside
of twenty-four hours. Excellent, too,
for croup, whooping cough, aore lung,
nithma, hoaraeneaa and other throat
Mix one pint of granulated auger with
H pint of warm water, and atlr for 2
minute. Put 2H ounce of Plnex (titty
cent' worth) In a pint bottle, then add
the Sugar Syrup. It keep perfectly.
Take a teaspoonful every one, two or
Thl Is Just laxative enough to help
cure a cough. Also stimulate the ap
petite, which 1 usually upset by a
cough. The taste la pleasant
The effect of pine and sugar syrup on
the Inflamed membrane I well known.
Plnex I the most valuable concentrated
compound of Norway white pine ex
tract, rich In gualacol and all the natur
al healing pine element. Other prepar
ation will not work In thl formula.
The Plnex and Sugar Syrup recipe I
now used by thousands or housewives
throughout the United States and Can
ada. The plan has been Imitated, but
the old successful formula has never
A guaranty or absolute satisfaction.
or money promptly refunded, goes with
this recipe. Your druggist ha Plnex,
or will get It tor you. If not. lend to
The Plnex Co.. Ft Wayne, Ind.
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The Women's Store, 1109, G Street
Values That Will Win Hundreds
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$25 to $29.50 Coats
Coats Worth Up to $40
$18 and $20 Coats
Special Sale of Suits
Values Up to $30.
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Remarkable Values in Waists
Thousands of Lingerie, Voile,
and Crepe Waists,
$1, $1.98, $2.98
Values $2, $3. and $5.
Thousands of Chiffon. Char
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Many of our old customers
have said that they never missed buying any needed article whenever they
saw it offered by us at a reduced price.
Beduced prices are always attractive, but they are doubly attractive when
you are certain the reduction is genuine on a reliable article.
People who have traded with us know that the figures we name as our
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know that these are not high for the values they mark; and they know that
any quoted reduction is an opportunity to save just that much money.
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Reduced to $20
120 Golden Oak Chi!
Reduced to ?
Our $25 Golden Oak Chiffonier,
Our $20 Golden Oak Chiffonier,
Brass and Iron Beds
Our $32.60 Brass Bed, 3 tt. 6 In.
wide, satin finish,
Reduced to $25
Our $32.50 Brass Bed, 3 ft. 6 In.
wide, bright finish,
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Our $35 Brass Bed, 3 ft. 6 In. wide,
Reduced to $27.50
Our $4.50 Iron Bed, green finish,
Reduced to $3
Our $12.50 White Iron Bed,
" Reduced to $8.50
Our $100 Parlor Suite, 3 pieces,
upholstered seats and backs,
Reduced to JgQ
$30 Parlor Suite, 3 plcc
Reduced to $25
$35 Parlor Suite, 6 plec
red in tapestry,
Reduced to $27.50
Our $30 Parlor Suite, 3 pieces, up
Our $35 Parlor Suite, 6 pieces, up
holstered in tapestry,
Our $27.50 Parlor Cabinet, mahog
Reduced to $2Q
Our $17.50 Golden Oak Hall Rack,
Reduced to $14
Our $47.50 Golden Oak Davenport,
upholstered in Chase leather,
Reduced to $37.50
Reduced to $15
$27.50 Pedestal Table,
oak top, 42 Inches, ezte
Reduced to $22.50
.Our $35 Golden Oak Pedestal
Table, 64-Jnch top, extends to 6 ft,
Our $17.50 Oak Pedestal Table,
early English .finish, 42-lnch top,
Our $27.50 Pedestal Table, quar
tered oak top, 42 Inches, extends to
Reduced to CCA
Reduced to $gQ
OuH $60 Oak Buffet, early English
Our $67.60 Golden Oak Buffet,
Our $20 Golden Oak Sideboard,
Our $85 Mahogany Dresser,
Our $70 Mahogtfny Chiffonier,
Our $65 Mahogany Dressing Table,
Our $40 Circassian Walnut
$37.50 Circassian 1
Our $65 Golden Oak Dresser,
Our $52.50 Goldon Oak Chiffonier,
pur $42.50 Golden Oak Dressing
8 Reducedto $37.50
Our $37.50 Circassian Walnut
ur i-Liiu uoiuen uaK uur
iur $22.50 Bureau, mahog
Our $40 Bureau, mahogany
Our $2.75 Alarm Clocks, reliable
Our $5.60 Comforts, pretty pat
Our $5.50 Laco Curtains, extra
Reduced to $3
Our $7.50 Portieres, plain or In
Reduced to $5
Our $12 Dinner Sets, 100 pieces,
Our $4 Oil Heaters, good size,
Peter Grogan & Sons Company, 81 7 to 823 Seventh Street