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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY; AP&1L 13, 1913..
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TWO AGED COUPLES
WEDDED
YEA
Capital People Will Celebrate
Golden Anniversaries in the
Next Two Days.
In the next-two days- the same num
ber of golden weddings will be celebra
ted In this city.
On Monday Capt. Isaac Robinson
Bowen and Mrs. Bowen, 3170 Elght
eenth street .northwest, will reach the
half, century mark of married life. At
their homean Informal reception will
be given -arid besides the manv friends
of the couple In Washington, many out-of-town
guests are expected.
Captain Bowen was a sklnper in the
civil war. He commanded the steamer
" Clyde, owned b the founder of the
Clyde line. "When the war broke out
the ship was put into the service of
- the United States, and, before the end
of the war. Captain Bowen was pro-
v moted to master of transportation on
the Potomac. After the war, he entered
the service of the Clyde Jlrie, and it naa
he who devised the private signal
whLch-is now used bv the line. For six
teen years he has been connected with
- the American Security and Trust Com
pany. Mrs. Bowen was Miss Mary Viney
before marriage. The children of Cap
tain and Mrs. Bpwen are R. S. Bowen,
secretary of the Washington Railway
and Electric Company; Carry F.. Mary
Emma, J. Stuart, and James L. Bowen.
, Second Celebration.
On the following day another golden
-Wedding will be celebrated at 30 Tenth
street southeast, the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John I. Prosper!. In the evening
. & reception will be held and the couple
will receive congratulations from their
rnanyfiends.
Both" Mr. and Mrs. JProsperi were born
"-In 'Washington- and have lived here all
i their Jives. Mr. Prosper! was born in
1840 ind his wife a year later. They
knew each other from children, and
their marriage was the outcome of long
xnenasnip. it was performed in Christ
Episcopal Church bv the Rev. Dr. Mor-
sell on April 15, 1S63. The church is still
In use, and stands but a little distance
.-from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pros-
-, Peri.
e J Mr. Prosper! is a.eteran of the civil
5 -war. He served In the Twelfth New
. iYork, the Fifteenth Engineers, and,
-flnallv in the First Cavalry under Sheri
dan, and was with the regiment in the
famous Shenandoah valley campaign.
, Is Able Musician.
Mr.. .Prosper! is now employed at the
v Government Printing Office. For a nura
"ber. of, years he was a musician by pro
fesslon.and occasionally he still plays
for his friends. LaEt j ear Mr. Prosperi
celebrated his fiftieth anniversary as
an Odd.-Fellow,
Mrs. Prosper! was formerly Miss
Elizabeth Ramsey. The children of the
marriage are five, all of this city Mrs
Moirris Ottobach, Mrs. Charles F. Fen
ner, Mrs. Lee L. Harrell, Clara and
IUCy. Prosperi.
Argument in Building
Case Is Postponed
The motion to quash a. charge of
1 Tiolaling the building regulations on the
basis that the regulations afe non
, enforceable, in that Congress, in giving
"the Commissioners power to enact
them, 'did not empower the heads of
the local government to affix a penalty
clause to the ordinances, was not -
trued in the Police Court yesterday as
-planned.
"Assistant Corporation Counsel Wil
I Hams asked that the argument of the
motion be deferred to give him time to
prepare the Government's case At
torney James A. O'Shea, who was to
argue the motion in behalf of his client,
-Frank d. McAuliffe. a builder, and th
defendant charged with a trivial viola,
tion of the regulations was present,
but acquiesced in the postponement of
the argument.
Thirteen Club Fails
To Attract III Omen
breaking looking glasses and every
poHsiDie act wnich is supposed to
maJte" 'fortune frown, was in vogue
last night at the annual dinner of the
Thirteen Club at the New Varnum
Hotel. The seats were arranged so
that the number thirteen was used as
often as possible and every 111 omen
which could be devised was in evi
, dence. , The Thirteen Club is a New
York organization. The members left
their homes on Friday night, arriving
here jesterday. They spent the day
sightseeing and will return to New
York tonight.
The dinner was a great success, de
spite the numberless evil omens. Tax
Cpmraissloner M. J, Langan. of the
borough of Richmond: Louis X. Dan
til tan. and Dr. W. E. MacMurrough
FpoKe.
Chilton Proposes
Another Judgeship
.Senator Chilton of West Virginia has
introduced a bill providing for an ad
ditional Judge for the Fourth Judicial
circuit It is believed the proposed leg
islature will be adopted. The circuit is
composed of West Virginia, Virginia,
Maryland, and the Carollnas.
Congressman John W. Davis, or
Clarksburg,, probably will be named to
suceed Judge Goft. who his entered th"
Srnate, and Judge A. G. Woods, of
k South Carolina, will be named for the
additional Judgeship.'
DEODORA MONARCH
PRINCE OF DOOM
Robert Lobban's Bull Carries
Off First Honors at Show
of Capital Canines.
The Third Annual Exhibit of the
Washington Kennel Club, closed last
night after the most successful show
of its history. The entry list was larger
than ever before and of a greater
average of excellence. The awards for
the three dajs of the show totaled more
than $2,000.
Deodora Monarch, Robert Lobban's
champion bull dog, took the award yes
terday afternoon as the best dog of
any breed In the show. The award was
approved by the audience and the ex
hibitors, although there were seeral
entries which pushed Deodora Monarch
hard. Mallwjd Florence, E. B. Chase's
prize-winning pointer, took the award
for the best female of any breed in the
show. Mallwyd Florence figured again
In the "best" class when she and Mall
wyd Maud took the award for the best
brace.
What might have caused a great deal
of hard feeling which was avoided by
the generosity of Howe Totten, of Wln
derbourne, came in Judging the best
local dog of any breed. Wlnderbourne
Is at Baldwin. Mr., and Mr. Howe's
Great Dane. Hellollndus. has taken a
prize at a Baltimore show. When the
local class came up for judgment Hello
llndus was protested as a foreign entry.
Before the situation became strained,
Mr. Howe withdrew Hellollndus from
the competition, and the award was
given to Revilo Tad, Lloyd A. Douglas'
Boston terrier.
One of the features of the show was
Mrs. Raymond Belmont's blue ribbon
terrier. Cupid of Allandale. Cupid won
handily in his class, much to Mrs. Bel
mont's gratification. He will be taken
to the Norfolk show.
Considerable rivalry was shown in the
class for packs of fox hounds. The
classes finally narrowed down to a pack
owned by Cy Cummlngs and another
owned by the Piedmont Hunt Club.
After examining the hounds as packs
and then examining the individuals, the
Judges finally awarded the blue to the
Piedmont Hunt Club.
Charles H. Mason judged the events
with such skill that not a protest was
made.
Critics View Work
Of Capital Painters
The twenty-second annual exhibit of
Washington artists will open In the
heniicycle room of the Corcoran Art
Gallery tomorrow. Last night a private
opening was held, and many of the art
lovers and critics of the city attended.
The lights are arranged so as to af
ford perfect views of the paintings. The
awards of the Judges met with favor
able comment from those who viewed
the exhibit last night, and the high
standard maintained was a source of
gratification to them.
The, gold medal was won by a paint
ing, "A Winter Scene." by E. W. Red
field. John M. Carlson won the silver
medal, - and the bronze medal was
awarded to Everett Warner. Honorable
mention was accorded to Bayard H.
Tyler. Chauncey T. Ryder, and Will
iam Baxter Closson.
Denounce Mormonism
To Protect Children
MANCHESTER, N. H., April 13. An
antl-Mormdn public mass meeting was
held by all the Protestant churches of
this city in the Franklin Street Con
gregational Church at noon today.
The meeting is the outcome of al
leged activity on the part of the Mor
mons recently to make converts Jn this
community and the disappearance of
several sixteen-year-old girls.
The meeting was under the Joint au
spices of the Massachusetts Council for
.Patriotic lielorm ana tne w omens in
ternational Council for Patriotic and
Christian Service.
SPRING RESORTS
Atlantic City.
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ATLAVnc CITY. N. J.
Joalah White Jb Sons Company.
Hearing Is Granted
To Anti-Suffragists
Senator Thomas of Colorado, chair
man of the Senate Suffrage Committee,
has granted a request for a hearing
April 19 of the antl-suffraglsts who want
to go on record against a constitutional
amendment allowing women to vote.
The anti-suffragists will be heard before
the suffragists.
Mrs. Arthur Dodge, of New York,
president of the National Association
Opposed to Woman suffrage, made the
request ror tne nearing.
Cullom Picture Hung
In Committee Chamber
The portrait of former Senator Cul
lom of Illinois, by A. Benzinger, of New
York, has been completed and hung in
the Foreign Relations Committee room
of the Senate. Senator Cullom was
chairman of the committee about tn
years. He is one of the few public
men now living who knew Lincoln intimately.
EUROPEAN RESORTS.
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II
Britain Refuses to Await Action
of United States in Attitude
Toward New Regime.
Smashing a precedent. Great Britain
will soon recognize formally the repub
lic of Mexico lji advance of the United
States' recognition. Ordinarily Great
Britain has awaited the United States'
position on countries in the western
hemisphere, but now taking the ievv
that Mexico has a stable government.
It will not await this country's course.
Already Great Britain has given ten
tative approval of the Huerta govern
ment by accepting Bartoleme Carbajaly
Rosas, Mexican minister-designate
News of Great Britain's plans has come
officially to the State Department. It
is followed by unofficial word that Italy
and Spain will follow the course Df
Great Britain at an early date.
Great Britain's course may be a hint
to the United States to recognise Mexi
co, but the United States Is standing
pat. The Administration does not feel
that the Huerta government is stable.
It Is deaf to the overtures of Mexicans,
who want recognition .so that Mexicj
may get Its large and much-needed loan
in this country.
Huertlstas assert that the Unltei
States position has blocked loan nego
tiations and has presented the early
quelling of the revolutionary uprising
In the north. Nevertheless, this country
is inclined to go slowly. Inasmuch as
there is doubt as to the longevity of
the Huerta regime. .
President Wilson has taken no steps
toward naming a successor to Ambassa
dor Henry Lane Wilson, because such
a move would mean practical recogni
tion of the Huerta government. George
W. Guthrie, former mavor of Pitts
burgh, and Democratic State chairman
of Pennsylvania, is not inclined to take
the berth which, it is understood. h
might have, if he desired It.
In the meantime, the United States
will maintain Its stand that there
should be no recognition of the Mexi
can government until a President has
been elected. ,
Present indications point to several
months' delay in recognition, despite
Great Britain's course.
De Graw Has New Place.
P. V. De Graw has been made vice
president and interstate commissioner
of the Postal Life Insurance Company,
of New York. Mr. De Graw was until
recently Fourth Assistant PostmastT
General and was instrumental In obtain
ing the extension of the rural mall serv- J
ice. His name is before the President!
as candidate for District Commissioner. J
THIRTY AMERICANS
E
WOUND
DM
Soldiers Shot in Siege of-Town
of Jolo That Lasts Since
Late in January.
Thirty American soldiers, seventeen of
them seriously wounded, are in Manila
Hospital as the result of the Moro siege
of the town of Jolo, lasting since the
latter part of January. Manila papers
Just arriving In this 'country bear this
information.
A censorship In the Islands makes It
difficult to obtain definite information
as to conditions, but It is known that
American soldiers are chafing under
the orders not to return the Moro fire.
On the night of February 25, a one
side battle was fought. The moros
sent more than 1.000 shots into the town,
wounding four Americans seriously.
"Come out you cursed American pigs
nnd fight like men or we will make you
swim to Zamboanga," Is the taunt the
Moros hurled at the Americans" from
talking ,dlstancerin front of the ram
parts and barbed wire entanglements.
The strain of nightly guard duty is
telling on the American- force, and the
string of stone houses around "Jolo.
formerly "held by Americans, .at last,
has been abandoned to the Moros.
Houses and crops are being burnedin
the warfare of the tribesmen.
Children Seize Picks
And Dig for Church
MIDDLETOWX. April 13.-A11 the
congregation and 100 ounday school
children of the Evangelical Lutheran
Church assembled today for the ground
breaking ceremony at the site of a new
house of worship which Is to be built.
The pastor, the Rev. G. A. Fechner,
armed with a silver spade, stood in the
middle of the lot and all his flock gath
ered about him. Fringing the edge of
the church te .were workmen -with
spades and shovels.. Near by was a line
'of wagons ready for the excavating
work to begin.
The pastor ended his .dedicatory re
marks thus: "Now. children, we are to
bulld.a fine, new chgrch'and all or rou
must set to (work", with alncere.heart
and willing bands for Its unbuilding and
glorification."
Then with the silver spade he turned
over a bit of turf. Instantly the child
ren made a dash for the" picks and
shovels of the workmen and began dig
ging furiously. Girls and boys alike
joined; in the scramble, and Jn a few
minutes the waiting wagons were filled
with earth.
The youngsters had takerr their pas
tor's words literally.
MOTHER ASKS WORLD
LD
SEARCH FDR CHI
Wants Women Everywhere to
Look for Pastor-Husband
and Kidnaped Girl.
REVERE. Mass.. .April 13. In an ap
peal addressed to "Eery mother in the
world," Mrs. John Ellis, wife, of the
Rev. Ellis, implored them to aid In. her
search for her flve-year-o!d daughter,
Olga.who was kidnaped Washington's
birthday by Ellis, after the court had
granted the custody., to the mother, fol
lowing a court hearing in which -she
brought charges of cruelty against the
pastor: -
pills, who,' prior to hla disappearance,
had been employed as manager of a
private brokerage' office In the Copley
Plaza Hotel, was traced as far aa New
York wih his daughter.
The Boston police have issued circulars
waring pnotograpns of tne auier and
the little girl, and these haveeen sent
to every police station In the United
States. -
TWO 11KUII H
ONE WAH IN JAIL
Prisoner and His Wooden Left .
1 Taken to Cells in Ssctrdrw
by Policeman. ,
NEWTON. N. J.. April lS.-Wllllat
Day, a res ted for threatening to kill
his roommate, Victor Flerson. was tk
en to the Jail .here In t sections. Day
wears wooden' legs and Patrolman
Knoll, who was assigned to arrest hn.
ovcrlocked the tact that the pegs wers
a part of Day's ensemble. '
Day was found- by thV policeman la
brd and refused to get up and -dees, so
Knoll rolled blm up in a- blanket and
took, tim along. At, the police station
Knelt found that he had left-the-. lig
neous sections of his prisoner behind
and he yrcat back and got them.; f
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15c Rough on Rats 9c
10c Sulphur Candles 5c
25c Formaldehyde Candles 18c
Formaldehyde, pint bottle 25c
Gold Dust Twins.
5 boxes
10c
Swift's Pride Cleanser. (r
Regular 10c cans Ol
10c Kitchen Sapollo Tc
10c Ivory Soap 7c
5cIorv Soap 4c
Roaches, Water Bugs and Ants Killed
With a Non-Poisonous Powder
R0CH KNOCKER
25c Boxes Cut to 1 9c
TRY
SOME
OF OUR
SPECIALS IN
MANILAS,
PORTO RICAN,
HAVANA
KEY WEST,
DOMESTIC
pipe tobaccos;
Aero Club 69clb.
Prince Albert 69c lb,1
Tuxedo -.69c lb,"
Velvet (glass) 75c lb:
Lucky Strike ,1...75c lb
Twin Oaks (jars) 75c to
Bohemian '. 69c klb.
Arcadia ..." ". $1.75 Ibl
Other popular brands for the pipe. o
Pure Red Rubber Tobacco Pouches,
cut from 25c f5c
CIGARETTES
AT
REDUCED
PRICES
Little Cigars for a Short Smoke--We
Have Them. Many Brands.
Our Special Fives 5c; 6 for 25c; 50, $1.90
Flor De Lovera, Londres 7c; 4 for 25c; 100, $6.00
Manuel, Concha Perfecto 7c; 4 for 25c; 50, $3.00
El Testo, Wilson Special 7c; 4 for 25c; 50, $3.00"
Rossini, Caballeoros 7c; 4 for 25c; 50, $3X10
Adelini Patti, Concha Esp 7c; 4 for 25c; 50, $2.90
7204, two shapes 10c; 3 for 25c; 50, $3:50
Flor de Luzon, Honorables 10c; 3 for 25c; 25, $f.9Sf
La Garceita 6c straight; 50, $2.75
Heleo, Americanos 5c; 6 for 25c; 25, $1.95
Bris del Pasig 5c; 6 for 25c; 50. $1.90
Pilarica 5c straight; 50, $2.25
La Zikora 5c straight; 50, $25
La Candillo 5c straight; 50, $2.50
Las Primas 3 for 10c; 8 for 25c; 50, -$1.50-
Sans Souci, cut from 10c -. 5c straight; 50, $2.35'
Spanish Club 3 for 10c; 8, 25c; 25 in tin, 75c
Vesper 3 for 10c; 8. 25c; 50, $I.50.
Flor de Portuondo, 3 shapes 3 for 10c; 8, 25c; 50, $1.50
TERROLA (new), Good Old Havana, 25 in tin boxes 75c
Fermentation of food Causes Stomach Sickness '
Rogers' Digester No. 2
RELIEVES ALL DISTRESS IN A FEW MINUTES
CURES CHRONIC INDIGESTION
That lump of lead at pit of stomach will melt away and all
stomach distress will vanish in fie minutes when Rogers'
Dljfeuor, No. 2, Is taken.
If ou have stomach Double, no matter from what cause,
always rcmembrr that Rogers' Digester. No. 2, will cleanse
and renovate your stomach.
Wo guarantee these tablets to cure Indigestion
or anv Stomach Trouble or mnnpy back. They
an I ot a makr-shlft remedy, but a stomach
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WE HAVE FAITH IN THIS TONIC
You know you are not feeling well. You know, that
the coming of warmer weather has left you despondent
out of sorts and generally tired out and run down. Your
system needs toning up.
Elixir Iron, Quinine
IS! Strychnine
Is What Yra Nni
FULL PINT BOTTLES---
H &aHs!
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