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4 "THE WASHINGTON TDIES. -FRIDAY; NOVEMBER 7, 1913. t NVOY IS ACCUSED IN HOTS SUIT k Spanish' Minister to China, Luis de Pastor. Assailed in District Court. (Continued Irom First Page.) tlieie to Peking, where she remained only thlrtr days. , Describing the alleged habits of her liuEband. Senora pastor testified: "lie arrived la Paris drunk, and Mayed drunk J)is whole six or eight ivcets. Sailed for the Far East drunk, ami was drunk until we got to Peking. The thirty days I spent there in China he was simply indescribable raving." Forgot His Wife. It was alleged by Senora Pastor that when she and her husband arrived In '.' York on their honeymoon he for SoL to register her at the Cumberland "Hotel, and that when the clerk called il attention to the fact he said: "Oh! The allegation was made by Senora ? trasitor that her ftusoana tnreatenea nis T fo nnil nn nni neeaslon declared he -intended, to jump off the Connecticut aenue bridge and rushed out into the .street In his pajamas. She said that lie was "subject to spells which she A trlbuted to his drinking, and that he jrcquenUy called her names. Among the. exhibits are a number of letters and scraps of letters. Several of the missives, which Senora Pastor !d were written by her husband, re fer to his alleged physical condition. Senora Pastor alleged that her hus band broke Into her desk- in Paris and "look odt everything that he thought was incriminating.'' She testified that bhv read and spoke French, German ni.d Spanish, and understood the letters One of the Letters, tttie of the diplomat's alleged letters &v in part: "Although I know it will break my heart and kill me. as my whole life Is iio? worth one day of your happiness, J really feel that I ought to give you back your freedom, which you so earn cKtly claimed. "Owing to natural and very apparent " siims, you know, darling, that I cannot lite Jong, and I had entertained the comforting hoDe that you intent have ttayed with me to the end. and I might i have- you by my bedside when tne last sftiime, so that you should have slut my lues with your dear little fingers: but it even this Providence has denied mc, a must ad this 'grief -to the many that r.'l my heart, and resign myself to my r-oel .fate: "I should like, however, before the jpartlns" comes, to haye,' my last taste of happiness in this world by stlll being " (Here the letter abruptly ends.) ' Another Part of Letter. i In another part of the letter, appears 4.tlas: "Whatever my" shortcomings may be. I think there is a certain amount of a obility in my heart, so I am leaving jtlie whole thing with 'you 'to settle and oeddc. dear, as you see, and with refer "7'ce to less sentimental things, I hope 3 ou understand that if you break away from me, and I can outlive the grief, "wMeh is next to Impossible, I will see to it, whether you marry C or not, tliat the'mOney which you have taken from your capital to help me, goes tback to you In its full total; lf.I should Vie as a result of the sorrow of seeins you go(offor If I should find it impos--r:ble to resist longer the temptation of taking my life, .1 would leave things tq arranged that you might claim with ab solute certitude of success any deposit of money that I may have in any bank -cr banks, after paying the expenses o; riy funeral." It Is understood that Senora Pastor 1i now In California. Pending some word iron! her the court will not sign any 5acree. Mine Owners, Give Basis For Strike Arbitration ' DENVER," CoU Nov. 7. Governor Am nions today was In receipt of a letter from the mine operators "In the southern Colorado coalfields, where 9.000 miners are out. setting forth the ,basls upon which. -"the operators were willing to settle the strike. The operators prom ised to re-employ miners not guilty of 'crimes during the strike, and not to discriminate against any miners re employed. The mine owners refused to recognize' the union, and promised to comply with the State laws. Special for Friday and Saturday Granulated Sugar, Ar per lb 4-Tt 4 large cans To-. f r -matoes, first quality. . ,-w t Kirkman's Borax A - Soap, per cake - .. V Fancy Creamery OOr Butter, perjb Jv - Peanut Butter, -Ar peflb vW Mustard, Jjer If). qt jar Three Star Brand Pork and Beans, per large 1A can i 1VW Large Fat Norway A -Mackerel 3 Loaves Star of the Ar East Bread for " 3 pkgs. Sure Rising1 jr Buckwheat for AJt Star of the East Patent Flour'per fljr P Dbl IJa.aV Clover Blossom Brand Oleomargarine, per 00c Small Smoked -I Qr Hanis, per lb pt ' barge Cal. Prunes, If)-perlb.-..-. At Zatek Icing, for -ja cakes, per pkg Vt r Large Cans Herring jn A-, Tomato Sauce, per'can 1 vt Fmif Puddine, Jc per pkg. v Thei.T.q.PYLK STORES New Players for Poli Stock Company IJMT:. tlF- ts fsv x KICHASO BUHLEB, (Ir2BPHiBa!lfII As He Appeared in the Title Role of MStPlSl "Ben Hur," With Hiss Alice Haynes. Wt:.Hu ' WEATHER REPORT. MiSSSMirai The forecast for the District of Co lumbia Fair and warmer tonight; Sat1 urday partly cloudy and warmer. For Maryland Fair and warmer to night. Saturday fair; warmer In east portion; moderate south and southwest winds. "For- Virginia Fair tonight, warmer In the Interior; Saturday fair and warmer in east and southeast portion; moderate variable winds becomlnc south. For Pennsylvania Fair and warmer' tonight. Saturaay clouoy ana warmer; probably local rains; moderate south winds. The temperature today as registered at the United States Weather Bureau and Affleck's: U. a BUREAU. I AFFLECK'S. S a. m 33 I 8 a. m 30 9 a. m 2S j 9 a. m 40 i 10 a. m 40 I 10 a. m 43 11 a. m 43 1 11 a. m ,.... -45 liioon 56 12 noon 55 1 p. m 60 I 1 p. m ... fao 2 p. m 61 2 p. Tn 03 TIDE TABLE. Hlfth tide, '2:56 a. m. and 3:23 p. m. Low tide, 9:32 a. m. and 10:(n p. m. SUN TABLE. Sunrises 6:33 Sunsets i:Z5 asssssssssssss Follow Style's Compass A WORD about your new Fall clothes. Of course you know that the styles are pretty English. First time- you try on one of our Kirschbaunr English-tailored models, you'll be glad it's so. And Kirschbaum Clothes are the only ones at their prices which are guaranteed all wool, London-shrunk, hand-tailored and sewn with silk thread. 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Ire- was featured In Cthat play throughout Its New York run and for three years on tour. At the end of the engagement, the young actor was dngaged by Klaw and "Erlanger to play Ben Hur'ln the play of that name. He played tho role In London, as well as in the United States, and received high praise from the English critics for his acting. Competent Judges of acting in this : country have declared that Mr. Buhler's portrayal or tne tiue roie in "ifen Hur," In which he followed three stars. Is the best- performance tho part has been civen. Mr. Buhier was Bertha Galland's leading man in "The Return of Evo." He played an important role In the original production of Israel Zangwlll's "The Children of tho Ghetto." He was starred a few seasons ago in the ro mantic play "Paul Revere." and be cause of his fine work In that produc tion was selected to follow Guy Stand ing as Beautv Steele in "The Right of Way" when Mr. Standing was called to England. Ambrldffe, Pn. Arthur C. McGllll- vray. postmaster, disappeared wrhen a postoffice Inspector began an investiga tion of his accounts. 6 P. M. w This is the handsomest and u&ful piece of furniture you home. It only requires one motion to change- the "DHofoId" from a handsome Davenport to a full size double bed. As a Davenport it-is handsomely upholstered and makes an im-. pre'ssive appearance. As a Bed it is roomy and comfortable. A felt mattress completes the outfit. This Set of Six (6) Quartered Oak, Box Frame, Genuine Boston Leather Seat DINING CHAIRS, .75 home, Solid City News Notes Practically all poatofflce anbatatlona in Washington now sell postal sav ings cards and stamps. Eighty-six new offices have been opened in va rious parts of the city. Secretary MeAdoo and Cong-reaanem Covington and Campbell will be guests of honor at a cabaret show at the Kappa Sigma fraternity house. 1100 Vermont avenue. tomorrow night. Rodney Linn, banker and comedian, will direct proceedings. Surgeon General Blue may recom mend Nurse. Anna Olsen for a sub stantial raise in pay because of her heroism In Jumping into New York harbor and rescuing Marthe Noviok. an Immigrant girl, who escaped death on the Volturno. Waaalajcton .may aoon hare a bartenders'- union. Officers of the Cen tral, Labor Union say that the Retail Liquor Dealers' Association favors the Idea. Jcre McCarthy, an organizer ' of ' the International Bartenders ' Y1i.t.B ...111 .. .1 .f ..AA.1 M m.AttflJ. rt P 4lA men w-ho wish to organize. " - The United States should proceed immediately with extensive Improve ments of the Inland waterways. At least that Is the decision of the Hanlel Webster Club of the Business Hlgft School, after a. spirited debate, the affirmative winning two to one. The afflrmati'o was upheld by Miss Mary Riley and Joseph McGarraghty and the negative by Raynor Vaughan and William Henley. v t - ' Fraacla Keya, six years olil, of 930 NewYork avenue northwest, had a HUB FURNITURE aSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBku tjss4llssJL. a'BV324VWAik r " ex jrirML WFOLD most can buy for your A CH I VBBnasrVaaBBBBVY CaaBaaDaaiasssssssssf I lassssB fl 7th and D Streets N. W. narrow escape from Injury last even ing- when he was. knocked down by an automobile of H. R. Martin, or Atlantic City, at Ninth street and New -York avenue. The boy escaped with a few slight bruises. -. r Word m received ay te reveame cutter service that the cutter Bear, Captain "Ballinser, carrying; thirty nine refugees from the storm and fire at Nome, had put to sea for Seattle. Already setterlne from a Broken hip, Mrs. MT J. Bowie. IS11 Kalorama road, was badly burnea when a hot water Dag, applied to her side, broke. She In the mother of John R Bowie, of the Department of Agriculture, Ladl-a night was held by Colombia Lodge. No. 10, T. O. O. F at Masonic Temple last night. A good program of vaudeville was given by a number of entertainers. Realty Transfers Addition to Anacostla Raymond U. Keller to Jarnea W. and Isabella 8. Aiken, lot MS. and part lot 14, 110. ITS I street northweat Henry O. Da.rU t: al. to Corcoran Thorn, lot I. and part, lot , square 12S. J10. Mt. Pleajant Edith 11. Gottwala to Mar garet E. Hauze. lot 736. 110. Fourteenthjfitreet Helghta William H. Rlcfc ard et UK. to Joeepn P. Wiaman. lot to, square 29U, J10. Bloomsbonr Park Charles L. Shank (own right and trustee), et ux. to John C. and Etfie S. Boatlc. tot 78, block 7. HO. I lit. Pleasant Ffalton Lewis et aL trustees, to Mary E. Beall, lot 3. UX. 1SX Emerson street northeast William Murphy et ux. to Malcolm C Dorsey, Iot 133. square IOCS. $10. Malcom C. Dorsey conveys same property to Edward O. and Mae -M. Castell, 80. 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