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THE . WASHINGTON TDIES, FRIDAY: MY 15: 1914.
BIRLSHEARTEACHER ARGUE COURT CASE Students From Seminary Attend Session When Lawyer-instructor Addresses Judge. ARGUES A DEMURRER Stvlishly attired and radiant with a! wealth of colors, twenty pretty Erls ' from the National Park Scminarv. at Forest Glen. Md.. were In Circuit Court No. 2 today to hear one of their In structors. Miss Harriet rreebe. aj lawyer, pitted against Attorney Charles Poe. argue a demurrer in the SoUU.wj breach of promise suit of Mrs. Ida M. McNabb. a Milwaukee widow, against John S. McKlnney. a Michigan mine owner Miss Freehey. who represented the millionaire, not only presented an arjni ment for the demurrer, but also urged the court to strike from the amended declaration certain allegations. Herj pupils listened attentively aiu nn iiul a little admiration to the "speech - Just a trifle embarrassed by the sur roundings. Mr. Poe. a veteran lawyer, gallantly and gracefully defended his declaration. There was an absence of the usual personalities between lawyers .n the argument of such cases, the pro ceedings being decidedly a la Ches- trrtnlrtlA.Tl- Justlce Anderson rather diplomatically took the case under advisement, ana will announce his decision later. There was a small attendance in the other courts during the forenoon. Law yers and others flocked to Justice An ierror's court to listen and look. u ' -v , At , 5 - Wis Ki-i tfI(7.5'& Wf J , .v Jfe&$& &4?is& fc.'i.ir.E WrT(JJ.- n WOVIE FILMS MADE WITHER FATHER, i OP GREEK PAGEANT; WOMAN DISCOVERS Capital Girls Who Dance in "The Fire Regained" To Be Seen Throughout Counrty. MISS HARRIET FREEBEY, Provide Presidential Naming of Court Clerks Two measures are pending today be fore the Judiciary committees of Con cress which are caubing considerable uneasiness among the clerks of all United States courts. The measures were introduced by Congressman Goeke. of Ohio, and Sen ator Shields, of Tennessee, and proi Mo that the posts of clerks of courts ehall be filled by Presidential appointment. Neither bill, at the present time, has been acted on in committee .and it is thought likely they will die this ses. sion. Shields' bill provides compensa tion of 53.600 a year and disposes of the fee system. Col. Roosevelt to Have No Public Welcome NEW YORK. May 13 Despite the fact that George W Perkins has re ceived suggestions from all parts of the country for a big "Welcome home" demonstration on the return of Colonel Roosevelt from South America next week there, will be no public reception for the colonel. Ihis was said today to bo due to the wishes of the family, who plan to take Colonel Roosevelt from the steamship In the harbor and go to Oyster Bay on a tug or a yacht. Asks More Room for Internal Revenue Office Explaining that the income tax divi sion of tho Internal Revenue Office is badly crowded, the Acting Secretary of the Treasury, Byron R. Xewton, sent to the House late today a request for II" CO" to repair certain portions of the old Bureau of Enwiving and Printing building, to which employes in the stamp division of tho Internal Revenue Oftlce may be sent. Wellington girls who aie to danc-i in th Greek pageant. "The Klro Re gained, which opens net Saturday night, will be performing before audi ences all over the country soon, for a moving picture syndicate has used up seveial hundred feet of lilm In ihoto- graphlng the ichcarsal at the stadium V street and the Avenue of the Presi dents. Uvery one of tho 100 classic dancers, under the direction of Miss Effio Baker, went through tho Grecian stops and movements Deiore me eye or tne cam el a. Moving pictures of the entire party probably will b3 taken at a special maiinte some lime next vvc2K. The heavy two-whaeled chariots which will be used in one of the most thrill ing scenes arm ed today, and tho drivers will practice handling uiclr four-in- hands this afternoon. The seating arrangements are about completed, and everythins: is in Kueh shape that if the opening night were tonight instead of Saturday, all would go wiui clock work precision. The advance sale has been very en couraging to the directors, and every thing points to a satisfactory engage ment, mere are many reservations from Richmond. Va.: Trenton. N. J York, Pa., ami many other cities at a distance, snowing that the mterert i general througnout this section cf the country. Tonignt will be the last general re hearsal In which all of tho 1.300 mr. ticlpants will be brought together. j ne eiure perrormanoe will be re hearsed, -vvith the augmented orches tra of fortw pieces to accompany the action. Demands $5,000 Ransom For Young Son of Baker NEW TORK. May it What at first appeared to bo only a "lost boy" af fair, developed into a kidnaping sensa tion today, when Frank Lnngo. Kast Side baker, received a special delivery letter demanding $5,000 for the return of his three-year-old son, Frank. Jr. The boy disappeared "Wednesday. The letter writer said tho child would be safe until the money was received. Lango gave the letter to tho poller. r T t I ltd V m. t " - I M "'! iV'V w "" i o rn t 1 n CO IH.Hr I OO I UCHT AW xxeasr 'jrrra I kcitt X ow. o lz:rL I o "" to r&GHT Jni UCHT THIS YAGVrc fnvro f" I nmrmr .vrifi i vwiLin TP f)Af Kttr rM KEf WSTL THIS k 1 -ihU V on COVER nn C0 ON mot V 01 PO HOT EXPOSE TO IGMT tuoiu;," DO NOT EXPOSE TO DO WOT EXPOSE! TO tIGHT KEEP THIS COVER ON KEEP THIS COVER ON DO NOT EXPOSE TO LIGHT Good Intentions -Not Enough The enlightened public today demands more. It demands abso lute protection. Every brewer tries to make pure beer and hopes it will be pure when you drmk it, but They send it out in a light bottle, and it's the light that starts decay and develops the skunky taste. Schlitz goes to you in a Brown Bottle which protects the beer from light and keeps it pure and wholesome from the brewery to your glass. Sec that Crown La branded "Schlitz. ' Phones N. 2171 2172 Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co. 3 & Randolph Place. N. E. .Washington, D. C. 7 teMft'VirWa VTSBtKBBRZ K"'' Tl-t I ,; (,JV1 te Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous. U cm ferre lr""'tFt,'imfi'ii7iM'f7f t KEEV Aged Man Taken From Hut to Live in Luxury by Children He Left Nine Years Ago. Ni:V TOXUC, May 15 -After existing for five years as a Bronx hermit, sn.ua l tint: on first one lot and then ai-other in a hut ho built himself, mostly irom sign board. Charles Drako today is living in luxury In a modern apartment with one of the six children he deserted nine jcars ago. A few days ago, the exigencies of building forced the long-haired and bearded man of sixty-two to take his K'" ,a, nc"- neighborhood. Driven Sir ,i,?.Srt-.Mrs- James McKav and J.?fioe -JlTa- Danlc' Smith, went I?. ,i?,ee hlm- ,r"- McKay recognized UV,vr!C,USa a" thcir fnther Charles T Drake, a son. - i -i - ome. Two Aviators Killed in Air Fleet Maneuvers JC511I ALL.KRTON. England, Mfty .nT.j B.ritish army aviators were Killed near foi- imi... 1.11- i..i Montrose to Aldershot A "fleet" of ten rt..M0f nrrupianes was en route to Alder shot when one fell from a great height, Killing Lieut. J. Kmpson and his pilot. Smokeless Coal in Great Demand by Governments CIIARLKSTON. "W. Va . May 33. The occupation of Vera Cruz by the American troops, together with he necessities of the Italian navy, have caused some activity in the market of "West Virginia's smokeless coal. Government officials scrvetf notice on the operators of the New River, Wind ing Gulf ind Pocahontas regions that ...nvn frn V fl TIOO.ln.1 4ml .!. l lliu.c .. ..... ...Uw.., ,.va fcji IJlltieS started running on rull time. Smcknleas operators bo.ieve that they will get a large part of the Italian business. Alread big orders have been received. Ty Cobb in New League. NEW YORK. May 13. Ty Cobb jumped to the Knife and Vork league whe" he attended a banquet of the American Book Sellers Association. He Torched the plate with a brief speech. Court in Uproar When , Militants Are, Sentenced LONDON. May 15. Wild sjenes were enacted In the Westminster police court today when Mrs. Dai'rc-Kox and "Gen " Flora Drummond were arralmed for having besieged the honvs f Lord Lansdovvne and Sir Edward Carson, the Ulster leaders. yesterday. Whn brought lrto court the suffragettes started violent harangues azainst the nrcsidinc ma2ittr.if Tints wm nA ed under J500 bonds to keep the jre.ice i mr . j cur, aro. v. nun tuey reruseu. tveitr sentenced to Jail for one month. Father of 14 Freed. LONDON. May 13.-Charsed with be ing drunk and disorderly. James 'Rey nolds pleaded that he was celebrating i the birth of his fourteenth child The cratge was dismissed. j Shows Model of Dirigible Airship for U$in.0yjar litre to Interest the War Departmejit and congress In the use of dirigible air ships In war, J. T. Rlc of New York. it- exhibiting in tho cf'ce of the board of ordnance -ind fortitlcailou of tha War Depa-tmeiit in the union Trust lu lIIng. a model of h Invention, a "ii'if oalloou wit i a lenitive controt. The mo-Iil nlll !v . i:T.lted to the Mill t. Affa'-j c.aiiitf uf the Houso r.l Senate by Mr I!Ir nrxt cek. Tl-i Rice dirigible ha a Hat bottom balloon, which sets on i frani-i of steel tubing, thu "eating rigidity by put ting the aiecessary strength iu th bndgt .work of the ur, in which pas- senrtrs. englnos and propellers', etc., ara in- r ct. l.icr claims hli alrl.lp I the onlr. cr. t.iat can be driven 'irnishl up tor straight down. ,? 1 hi . r .' Nearly 3,000 Neglige Shirts That Are Regular $1.00 and $1.25 Values 69c All new shirts, fresh from the maker's hands. All perfect shirts not "factory discards" all patterns acceptable to fashion and good taste. You are specially asked to note the detail of making. That tells the story of their high-grade character. Cuffs are hand-turned; neck-bands proper shaped; all proportions of generous cut; patterns neatly matched. The materials are Percales, Mercerized Madras, Printed Madras, Silko Cloth. The patterns are mostly stripes and in most effective color com binations. There's every size from 14 to 17. On Sale Promptly with Store Opening Tomorrow Morning We Close Saturday at 6 P. M. aks & Olmnpatttj Pennsylvania Avenue Seventh Street &