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THE WASHINGTON TDfES. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1. 1914. FL IT SECRETLV Wealthy Girl Declares She Will Enter Convetn to Avoid Re ' joining Him. MONTICELLO. X. T . Xo 1 A to nance which Involves a runawaj mar rlage, a wealthy gitl. a handsome actor, and a threat on the brld'B part to enter a convent to escape her husband, has jut cotnc to light here. The bride is Miss Alma Muller. eldest daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Rudolph J. "Muller, of Castle Muller this town and ? West Fiftieth fctreet. New York. Sho secretly man led m Ilpbokcn March " Inst, to Frank F. Wupperman, meni-l-rr of a prominent and wealthy family ' Hastings, X. Y , who also is a wcll novn actor. Vt- soon as the bride, who is nineteen, "' as married to Wupperman, who i3 six ears older, she fled abrpad to set away from him. concealing the knowledge of the wedding from her parents. They were disillusioned last week when Wup perman besieged their home. here, to induce the girl to go with him. Denies She Loves Him. "I don't love him; I never did. O married him only because he had a powerful Influence over me," said young "Vis. Wupperman. "1 never lived with Jilra as hi wife and I never will. "I want io enter a convent and forget all about 1L" Mrs. Muller, mother of the biide and chairman of t be Women's Political Union of Sullivan county, and president of the Monticcllo Suffrage Club, is pros trated over the news. With her husband she lias no objec tions to Wupperman. but on account of their daughter's attitude the parents will stand by her. There can be no an nulment because both the young people were over age when they married. They Met at Sherry's. The bridegroom met Miss Muller, a beautiful and brilliant girl a year ago last summer in New York, at a gradua tion dance of the Gardner School, at Sherrr'e. She married him latei and went abroad to set away from him. She wanted to test herself and prove that she didn't love him. She intended to stay three year, but had to return on ac count of the war. She asked Wupperman for hei free dom. He promised, but changed his mind. Groom Refuses to Discuss His Marriage NEW YORK. Xov. 1. Frank V. Wup perman J playing In "Mr. Wu" at the Jtfaxine Elliott Theater. He would not comment upon his marital affair? He Is a grandson of Commodate Randall, who owned Randall's island, any i a leUttve of the Harrimans. He was a noted amateur aitor bfoio coins upon the prolefcsional stas1 Fl II Mistress of Household Directs Servants in Removing Valu ables From the Flames. NtW YORK. Nov l-KoklaCh tin Country home of Hamilton Pish, om f the show places of We.-tchestei ounly on the high bluff overlooking the Jiudson rivei at Gammon, opposite Vest Point, was p.ntK destroyed l aire last nlglu. .cn the Muzi wa. discovered it was "working its .iy up thiough the flooi of the front hail from the cellar Mi ani Mrs. Fish won at home and wrf pre paring thf-dinnei Mr. Fifch svnt .i call to the volunteer fire department at Cold Spring, live miles away, while Mrs. Fi?h marshaled the seivantK and chaurfeurs and .set lbem to earning out her valuable paint lns. a- grandfather's tlock. an antlmn dining- rooom snt, and iar lim-n and m! vr. There were no water main.", .uid the Cold Spring hote c-art. which was brought over, towed by an automobile, was uelex:. and th fno had to b fought with hand extinguisher hiought in automobiles b a hutidteil or moie WcslthesUi reMdontr" who hud htn tn lameK. md a bucket bi triage t.uu i--inaincd at work foi more than thiee hours The entire first floor wai d'siioveil Mi and airs. Fish slept km luglu at the home of Mis. Fish's parents on an istate neai by Thev look with them 'be linen and home of the moi- valu able paintings and pieces of antique furnit'Jde that had been lemovcd be 'ore t hewallK of the dining loom and vine room wer chopped awv by the olunteed firemen. Mi Plsli .-a'd h had no Idea a to ihj loei- or ho v. the fin- orielnatc-d. It ame from the collur and had burned 'or eome nine foefoii it woi ked it wa "hrough ib i'"r oi tne tront bail Three Carloads of Gold Shipped to New York Dt.WLlt lo.Xo 1 ItUi laan. da;.s of feeret ii"p:nai'Ous thie.- e- p'-ess C8i loaded wfii sold Wt heir for Vew Yorti.. '.o be plond in the slili- rtafcurj thcie The shipment consist ng of coin jikI '.cllion fiom a local mint. i. veij.-d .. rr. ut iinr. . ..., ... - . n. hiu,v-,.i..i jinn 'in ii cai carn .i ha .iinei1 f.uaro. tb- ex.-ut number not being revcHlea. Agentf. ' iii-oal delei :ie- of ihe mil. load gurd,. eM..ehs. ,.ulpan ' 0 . r&''?rLsZi'K. ii ibout fo? wo hourf- before till ll'UV- ne nn.r 11, ii,, tra-n The aip wen of ti, iijeiil if pL viel-cortrui t d 1 j ict,n i-nin. if Oyster Dredgers Begin Their Season Tomorrow Ovster dredgei on the lower Potomac the Chei-apeaho jja anu 1U3 tributaries are todaj prepM,ng their craft for to morrow, when the o.-tcr ueafion will be opened There j re r,bout 200 boat n the ojiitcr territor anu th( dredgers will be nl Icwed b lav. to woil: until Maich 13. rhlle the tongue may cont nue their reason until Apiil Ji Reports Indicate that oysteie will be plentiful, especiallj along the western hore of the bay, although the supplj on the chore of Kent county. Md.f lo aid to have been greatly affected by filing of the eands. I H COUNTRY II I C B IE Constellation, Relic of Old-Time Navy, Mere for Inspection of Capital Folk Frigate. Famed in American His tory. Ties Up at Navy Yard With Ancient Cannon Grin ning at Ports. Every Rope of Rigging in Place, While Sheaves of Cutlasses filint in Ranks as in flaws i When She Ruled Sea. By KENDRICK SC0FIELD. Leaning upon the heaving bows of a fussy tug, the United States frigate Constellation limped up the Potomac river in the light of early morning. Xo i bellying sails booming full of wind spread above her decks. Her bare poles lay stark against the sky as she came an anachronism, a relic of the past, a craft, the wonder of her kind on the far-off day of fcer birth, but now jnerely a curiosity. The old frigate left Baltimore on Thursday, bobbing at the towline of the Standish. .Head windj? buffeted hr all mc way. and sue couiu not nave macic hcadwav under sail, even if her com mander had wished to set her sails. ' Well up the Potomac river earn- Satur day morninc the towline was cast off. and the tug nestled up under her tow ering bows to aid her to her anchor age. The iug warped her up to the &ca wall of the navy yaid, just after 7 o'clock Saturday morning. Instead of the old-time "monkey ladder." a mod ern gangway was rigged from shore to fchip, ready for visitors who will b permitted to Inspect the old craft. I The savor of the open sea, of spum- swept reaches, where in the teeth or gales great, sailing ships met in day long conflict, still hangs about the Con stellation. But it is by contrast rather than actuality, for most of the signs of fighting which .made her famous Jn the sea history of the United States have passed away. Cannon Still in Place. Here and there along her heav. straps there are scars, the mementoes of century-past battles, and as she sailed up the Potomac yesterday her open ports, alone a belt of white which broke the black hull, grir.ned bravely, showing her twenty-eight teeth old fourteen-pounder cannon. In the days of her youth when she was in her lighting prime, the Constel lation frigate would have entered port not as a silent sea-ghost, but as the ' ocean ronunror she was. Her broad side would have boomed, and when h: "mud-hooks" splashed home, her yards would have bristled with bronzed, pig tailed seamen, redolent of the water wastes from which she had come, for "mar-nine th yard" was a proper- fash ion In the early navj. But when she limped In vesterda 'be iron mouths of her batt'ries weie sil nt. her yards and tops untenanted hrr decks fo-saken. save for a so- nt half dozen fresh-faced boys the suit of husky lighting youngsters of which the naw is now made under the command of Chief Bo's'n Arthur Smith. Her KDacious main deck had been hob -stoned to Immaculate whiteness. That tfame main deck, in sea dad aqono hud beer, littered with ratlie shot-cut from her rigging. Her scup pers were scrupulously cleun those same pcuppers fiom which on many a battle lav American lifeblood had lit erally spouted in torrents. Rigging All Shipshape. Kverv rope of her rigging w as In piacc. -m. i- "o --. ., ...- Xo loot ends trailed fiom be-J lavlna nins In the fife rail. All was . All was i coiled down hipMiapv and Bristol fash- i jqh. An on tn- mam deck, wiuie the old i quaiter-gallerie oveihang her spacious stfin. the oftlcei-s' iuaiters. one-time shfiieim hi.i flr.-t commander ("apt Thomas Ttuxtun. weie empt Hflow on the wide clean gun-deck, o often grimed with powder and gore, the ane'ent cimnon whlen once made the frigate Constellation the mot formida ble of sea-lighters rang d m their oiderh iowh peered through the open jwrts." Between the guns, fastened to the skin of the old ship, sheaveB of cutglabses Klinted In their racks er head from the great beams hung a bras la-it.ii. of two Hut thej were not th" neat flnriin battle lanterns that gut tered and flickered with eei recoil ot the ..hip. afteimath of thunderous brood bides. MidhMs on t'"- gun-deck the handles t.f iw- mon,l(-i tjtimnf often the onH " - - i saftf,uatt' bttweon her .he pieued hull J and the depth" of a war-lashed sea i .spiead overhead Forwurd loomed the t ) ullc ol the huire old gall Down othei hatchways la the berth deck Once it was webbed with ham iroekt. one for eer man in Iv-r hai.1 blttei. creu Todav the hammock hooks weie cmpt SOU another oe k belovs the omptj eclh oi the chip's brig pawned un tenanted b. refractor tar oi undis ciplined satlorman Second Ship in Navy. Few ships afloat toda can boast the age and record of the frigate Constella tion Built in llaltinioie, whin el th' United States was pHifullv voung, ana launched there September 7, JTl7. .she has been afloa' foi 117 ars Placed side bj side with tut dread nought N'ev. York, the newef-t righting ciaft of the nave, the old ("o-istellalion would piesent a .'trange oontuuu The frl2it" vast tonu'derttl " bel dav. the hlgheM example of m- easel construction Slit Ih J!t t'tt ti. r nil with a beam of forty feet, .-tnii :i dm ft of nineteen feel Hei hull, foi the irc-t n:iii i.j nainlcd O.acK. excejn wnoi- u lj iiaintttl b.acK. eceji wnei hrnnil ribb-.nri of white -iue:ul9 just above lur hug'- on a line wiui me pori; ------- ... .. t . ... ,.. of b-r gun-dec... ana ncr i-opne, tne.uii- ing -ihowb "ree with corrosion pj.u aboe tin water line If-r ba.t. n originally lumbered forty-Hght gun-- 0TIndeVV, no - virbghuScoi: ticrtd aJ man anu sue co i-u -. ...ve.n-1 mc-t rrn.uu I But the dreadnought 'v- ''oik ij -Tn feet long, ninetj-flve feet 111 beam, and hau a draft of twenty-eight feet As against tho euiht or ten knots npeod ...fi.l.. ...I... . Wn ennullitlnllfin 1 1 A NT, .1 riOfcai.JHr .Villi LUl. V. VI1.1VV....V.., ..v- -' " ( Vorlr utcaniK nt twentv l.-nnt.. ilrivon l, ' engines of 28,6(r3 horsepower which alone weigh many times the total weigh- of the o'd wooden ahla. One of the guns of the New York posseKws Fifteen times the energy of the entire armament of the Constellation. And the ireadnought cofit tin Government ?i:!.000000 Has Honorable Record. No ahlp that evei boie the t ninil Stalea flag io3scs.se.s a more hoiioiable record tlian the Constellation. Her ac tive service began in 17W, in a West In dian cngngement off flic inland of St. KittE, when nhc fought and ."iptured tluJ IVInsurgentc. Captain Trurctun fought her through the engagement, which lasted one hour and forty min- I --v ""., '' '-' ,? S' '' ' " !, 1 ' f S M ?' 't ''' t ' , ' '.4?S- ' ', "l'';'''iVi, 'S, I ', Z$Ssfti '' '','y. "V &" y ' ' 1 - "ft ' ' 7' - ' V" .',"- ' '-.A V-"- '5. .' ' 5 r. ' S rf t ,'j' . r ' . , y . -tr s. . . r. , 1 .j , . I w , j-"v ''',. , v '; -iV"? ' ' "i'n. 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Ten vears lnttr she wan one of the delenders of Xoifolk durins the Jr of. iii-. ; In Kl'i then beinir on tile east Africa j Matiou. one of the ships the United luiee -t-iu io nvip wipe imi tile olHve. t rade. she apfured the noted slaver '-" nu.in lhr ,,., nf th ,K,.l,lrlll ,,,i ,.. tjitinn.i m p.nrnmin iv..t..m tn i endea ot to Mccp the v a.s of t'on'fed-J ,''.iii - iniiaim.- m.-re iii- i emumeu f """' '; . . iii T fB I tin I iiiilI AllriT i.kll . i it t t w trr I da were ovei, and she was .stationed at Norfolk, and then st I'hlladelphia, as a tialnmg ship, until In"-, wh n she was brought to the Washington navy jard ae a gunnel ship, but was later ied as a training ship for midship men. In 1S92 she was taken to New port, It. I., a.s a tralnlnc ship, .here .-hi remained until sh. -laited on hei VcMle down o-itL to the St.M-Sp.ltlgleil Buimer celebi.-ition m ISdltimoie last Sejitember. BE READY li i DAYS Part of $250,000,000 Issue Al ready Delivered to the Treasury Department. Tli nil ..np of .'.D.omvhw of t'ed ei;l Jtti-Piw uHiiknolep will lie de livered to the Feder.il UeJH'i" lio.tid ttithui th"ii't sit d:i The in-H ol fi" lm.i io ! )iimt"d, thoH of till Sj de'iomi.ifition .ilie.d h.ive been doll vei '(! to (hi Tr-ahui. "ind tho .!'. S.m, $ .im1 SiOo lull' will follow in oidi'i Nut all of the X". urnonunu t on hat ' be n pi int 0 The y, j, u on the f u 1 h.i .i poiin.it oi l..ncolii J .uid the b.ick 'hows thej dli-ioitiv of Aineiica i. Columbu? and tb l.induv of tin pHgiimp on the rii,'ht .'ind left hand side Th oth'i (Ir j In 1 nn- The b.u k of I the ii'1 HOI'" I.'p.'eSe'll tvpic.'l hCCIle.". - " - V ' of .,,,1.,,, and maniiliietuie A ,.uiMlng mac um ,uil a moduli l.u- U), ,,.,,,., .,, v" .,vml,ollo., ,,,, tu, nppe.ns .,nnsiS ,, w, ,( 4V,.U. 'i ;,.. , ,.IlUipb . e is '"; "" '' "- , z;:t ;": i :: . ... ., - .. ..... ,..,. i .'..... 1-...- ... 1 is intended to repiesuit the I nlb-d Siat iiH'i oinK ovei ll.i I'.uianij. canil. A Iiui'i0e p.etuie 1 over.s the .ntiie lack of the Vim note The gioup in th' ifi.'i iqiicsriiti Aniniw Crtlllfl HC,1-" vith figurev repi e.suitmg I'eace land Plenty on the piie A hguie rep resenting l.aboi belling the hnrvest appear." on the left-hand ,.ldc, and on the tiishi n f'l") M(Mciir. suggesting the distribution of the h.irveht. The iiohtialt" .tdoptod foi (be r nomlnin lon ol the present isue air: Khe-dollar note 1 incoln. SU nolr .laf K.on. -'" note, ( leveland. .V note, Gi.mt; l'tO onto, KiRtiklin The v-in adopted in JeMgnftls. Hie lafe.s of t e notes i. oin which wil' be followed Mi all liituir .RMiirs, ii'il (oiiipriscs the iim ol the -,u me porif.1? in .ill hsues of exerj denomination The rtcilgn on the backs ol tl.e not , in the belief of ofilelals of the 'Ircasuiy liopHitment wi, afToNl the greatest povsibl Vflot Ski enlat coustoiieli ttWBUKIOTESTD UNITED STATES FRIGATE CONSTELLATION. BUFFO TO BE SET IK I j iROOSeVelt TrOPIlieS I r Will Be Mounted Exactly as Animals Were in Life. -'ue of the mc-t Interesting le.tiues of taxidermy is soon to be exhibited in me rsHllonai jiugeuiu in uniiniiiHi If it!' the learrangement of th si enio effect of one of the Hooeelt Afneun J.jnt groups. African plantb an 1 glasses are to be filled with plastei and tre erved in theh natural state to pne tho buffalo group local coloi In the ait of modem taxul'unj the old jj"tem of bimply "stufiinq" tin skliib of .mimals luu. been done away w.th antl a standard method of .it em ate life-sire modeling cfctablisned. Uer a, carefully matle plaster cast of ihli model the skin Is strett hd, glued, and hewed, do that it w difti'Mlt to s e how it was accomplished, for the nio iiM'l it U a.s to believe t tat tne . .l'ni.il. itself, Ikls leeii prese " tl m tact in some matvelou.s mannei Real Grass and Soil Used. Foi many ear jia.st the VT.itituial Alu-t uni ha be'ii mploMiig Patuial - ner -ital giur.. loliage, .mil oil- in it biologii .nitl ethiiogi.ijihu 'loops, much a" :n tlieatrual ulftcts, to t'iate a n.itutal atmosphere X. .ut iva, iiiusetims lo not Mmpl. mount nuli vidual "iiiini.il on a iilatJorm and lilace them in a tast 1 hej are mount it in iiintuial attitudes, and ground vork .u!table to both the enMioiimt nt ami ',5'p i-osmre of me ngurts, in m..Ued. II' Illl'lUin tll II1IV11 iX.Il liltll 1111 iainiij or .social gioups that tne student oi spctlatoi can gl.-un Momethin:, moie ths.n an lnipresf.inn of how an isolated sprcimeii look I'hj.siiul geogiaphj, eoloi, .'tin' othei studlt - now entei tin t.l Icel lll In i i op iinu a nt w .setting -liijin luifi iii. gioun bull Nation ii .Miim.iih about a ;, . the thi'' iiiiinjN an to )' otany. held of I 11 the 11 the ti :iBO. tt 111 theii orij-'iual iiositioiiH. wlin h mdUatt al'irni, iu-t a" tl'v v i re ivsi )is'"o - iil l tli ni'iitt rs, but in itlditioii. tb' ait to u ii' ""iitt i i-, .tinillmr till I d" of .111 Aflll.in li.'iDMlls J .swamp I h giound-work ot ilu i oup "I .i sent tli. nct ol t' e ruarHh lauil, whrre tin l.uftalo live, th, rifbeH ami pi nits heiiig added, th it a eom- AUTOMOBILES JLolorcjrcles ant! Accessories. GASOLENE CA1US. Cadillac u1 lilt Conn ati. & S'odoard '"a. Studebaker ! Comuiorclal 9 14th SL ELECTRIC CAfiS. Baker Detroit Electric -cok . Stoddard . 11S8 Conn. A.1. .i.eij(j mi", Urm 1407 H St. ACCESSORIES. National Electric Supply Co., llll-lliO N. X. AT plete picture of the African swamp may be effected. Natural Form Preserved. Since nearly all grasses and foliage are subject to decay and shrinkage, with conseauent loss of original form ! and color, thpw like the skins of the animals, are especially prepared. Few grasses, as a rule, can be dyed or pre served In anything like their natural form, but. fortunately the papyus lends itself verv well. to this end. The plants having thick stems are opened aii'i the pithy portion removed: they are then bent or curved and secured In the position desired, wired, and flllel with plaster. When the plaster it set, the plants are painted to represent theii colors in life, and grouped together with other grasses to form a setting for tho animals. AVhen the Vfi:can butfulo gioup was first asff tnbli d. a.s no African material was yet at hand, it war decided to use temporarily cosmopolitan foliage which was to be found here as well as in Africa. Altogether the artistic .lfect prved er satisfactory . the Muslim officials deterinint d, to hae tit's .iiotip a.s ttthnic.ill orreel in e-n detail as tho lion, the hartebeest, and the i 'iiioferos gioups aheady on exhibition, anl finally arrangements were mad--wheicbv th native African material wo.s obtained. Several oase of pap tu plants and arnndo graFs were secured from the natural habitat of these buffa lo, and tne animals, set In their true environment aoon will be placed on ex hibition again. This process makes for keener inteitMt to the general observei as well as tin forms one ot the latt st det tupin.'ia-, in mnse-im exhibition work. 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ETOF1 LOW BL T Holiday Night Sees Crowds of Merrymakers in the Streets and Hotels. Black ami white grease-paint is put ting up a stubborn resistance today on the physiognomies of Washington bojs and girls who participated as ghosts and goblins in the celebration of Halloween last night. Adults, too, in many instances, spent the carl hours of the day adjusting faces which were in disguise last nignt, ana inci dentally adjusting many other things which the exuberant youth of tho com munity displaced during the celebra tion in prank and frolic. Kvcry where about the city the spirit of Halloween permeated. In the Wil lard, Shoreham. Raleigh. Powhatan, and other hotels, the ardin le Danse, Harvey's, the theaters, and other pub lic places the holiday spirit prevailed. Lodges cave nartles and dances. There were parties at which congregations of churches made up tne merrymaKecs, while in hundreds of private homes tne children and adults of tho neighbor hood gathered to celebrate. The Galla Eta Chapter of the Delta j rni .FTaierniiy oi inc ucorage vvasn- uigxon university openeu us new quarters at 1310 X street northwest with a musicalc and dance. Wash ington Chapter of the American In ,!Mtute of Banking inaugurated ite season of social activities with a Hal loween dance at tho chapter rooms, 1214 F street northwest. Scores of tho "stars" of the movies from the prominent filnjcompanics or the country attended the grand ball given a. Convention Hall by the Mo tion Picture Exhibitors League of the District. The large hall was packed to its capacity. Everybody dancod until the band played "Home, Sweet Home." Twenty-five young women students of the George Washington University celebrated the occasion with a "hike" in tho suburbs. When they had reachod a very exclusive spot, the locality of which is kept secret, the girls built a camp lire and cooked "hot dogs" and other dainties ana then enjoyed a real outing meal. The Collegia- Club celebrated the occasion with an Informal Halloween party at its quarters, 1501 Eleventh street northwest Two Ousted for Telling Government Secrets K. J. Stephens, an employe of the Bureau of Investigation of the Depart ment of Justice, and J. F. Sullivan, an employe of the income tax division of the Internal itevenue Bureau have re ceived notice of dismissal from the Gov ernment service on charges of disclos ing Government secrets. Stephens is alleged to have told Sul livan that the Department of Justice was investigating charges made against the Atlanta prison management by Jul ian Hawthorne, the former convict-author, through an agent of the Bureau of Investigation who had obtained em ployment at the prison in the guise of a keeper. Sullivan is said to have given Uiis information in a letter to John F. Maddon. a keeper at the penitentiary, with whom both he and Stephens were associated when they worked at the prison in previous years as keepers. The letter of Maddon reached the warden of the penitentiary and was sent to Attorney General Gregory with the result that the dismissals "for the good of the service" were ordered. Chrysanthemum Show Kept Open for Visitors In order to afford those who have been unable to visit the exhibition on week diy an opportunity to see the flowers, the Agricultural Department is keeping the doom of the annual chrysanthemum show at the department green houses open all day. The show will remain open until 9 o'clock this evening. The cool snap of last week had no bad effect on "mums" and today it was said the flowers are in better condition than at any other time since the opening of the show. The show will be formally closed next Wednesday evening. Club Sends $160 to Help Relief Work in Belgium For the relief of the Belgian women and children made destitute by the pres ent war the Pio Re Nata Club has sent $160 to the Belgian minister. Children's clothing to be sent to the children of refugees in France will be exhibited at an informal tea at the home of Mrs. D W. Perkins. 1S Columbia load northwest, from : to 6, Monday ifternoon. The clothing was purchased with funds raised by a mush and milk party recently held. i OFF I I i 87.5 jrm: EQUIPPED Silk Mohair Top and Bool. Two-Piece Rain Virion Wind Shield. Electric Liijht Dimmer. Electric Horn. Lock Switch. Nickel Finish. fullest conlidinir vmlioi t rein it for o i demonstrate it tn your enure sati Wtmri car and the greatest autoutobilt. wine ever one t lor less than lii rir and alter tins lot is( THEM AT ONCE! Makes at Attractively Low Prices Sale of Krag Rifles to j Be Restricted This Year The sale of Krag rifles b the Govern ment l'nder the former conditions, by which the monc was used for the pur chase of Springfield rifles, now in use, lina been suspended, owlmr tn fenr thnt the arms might fall into the hands of! European belligerents. None of the 200, 000 Krags now stored in Gocrnment ar senals will bo sold by the Government iin1f4t fhn nnnllrant fnr rmrVinRA fur- nishes a recommendation by' a member' of the Senate or House, who will guar- I antcc that the gun will not fall into the hands of one of tho foreign powers. In making this order It was necessary to suspend th former order providing that purchasers of Krags should give the Government a, bond to gtiarantee that rifles purchased should be trans ported "beyond the seas." This order was made to prevent the rifles from falling into the hands of Mexican belligerents. The Mexican or der would have permitted the sale of these guns for shipment to Europe, with the violation of neutrality that act would oause, which prompted tho new order requiring guarantees from mem bers of Congress. Steel Worker Burned. Fred Porter, an employ of the Po tomac Electric Power Company, living at 1413 T street northwest, suffered burns to hi. body late yesterday while at work at the steel plant at GiesUoro Point. His Injuries" are nob serious. IF By devoting your spare time to special training you can increase your income and your opportun ities for advancement. Why de lay? Night classes. 'Send for catalog. COLUMBIA NATIONAL UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL Apply Alter F. 31. At National Law School Bldg., sie isth st. y. w. CTEWARD'C 12th and F St. N.W. Washington's Leading Business College Largest Grenr Skorthand School la IVasalnjrtoB. Special Class, 4:45 to 6 P. M. Send for Xew Catalogue. THE DE GUERIN School of Music NOW Ol'EX. 1710 I St. X. W. (Former WaBhinKton Club ALL BRANCHES OF MUSIC. Hall Beating 200 for rent tor recitals, lectures, and entertainments. Studios tor rent for teaching W ASHINQTON BUSINESS and CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL 1317 N T. ae. nw. W. C. Poteet. Principal. VOICECUJLTURE EINOING. 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Malburn to Be Acting Secretary of Treasury Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Malburn will bo acing Secretary when the department opons tomorrow. Sec retary McAdoa and Assistant Secretary Newton are In Xew York for the elec tion, and Assistant Secretary Peters la In his home in Massachusetts, Gen. J. Floyd King is acting Comp troller, having been designated to fill the office in the absence of Comptroller Downey and Ass'stant Comptroller Warwick. .. ... j . SCHOOL OF DRAFTING McLachlen Building j GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. JCINETT-FOURTK TEAE. Cay end Lata Afternoon Sessions. OPENS SEPTEMBER 30. MIt COtrrMBlAN- COT.T.KQE. ' A. B.. B. la caem.. and "Med. - - - COLLEGE OF EXGIKEERIKO. B, S.. fa Arch., C. E.. E. E.. And 3. E. TEACHERS COLLEGE, A. B. and Teachtr's Diploma. Officea: 2023 G Street. SCHOOL- OF GRADUATE STUDIES, A. St. 8. M.. C. E.. E. E.. M. E, Ph. D. MEDICAL. SCHOOL. M. D. DENTAL SCHOOL. Dw D. S. Offices: 1325 H Street. LAW 5HOOL. LL. B., LL. it.. 21. P. 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TjI COLUMBIA SCHOOL ot nnncm? 1424 Harvard st Col 1ST6 Kate no hicher than Instruction slven demundx cSuitncis &Ginl6avux.Gwfe'i W5S.YmW1.1u.mUWm .,. ,..- & BERLITZ fREXCH GT2RMAX SPANISH ITALIAN, etc.. e The Hest method. Da and Even's Ses sions. At School or Residence. Clasoes and prl . Lessons SCHOOL S1G 14th St. .V. W. Phone Main 3217 Xew t lasses Coiistantly Forming. The University Preparatory School' . x.-Toinh Kichanls. Principal. McL-j ale Bids Uth Bna r' r,ts Opn day and nlst Htuaents no ..nrollini jtnJ for particular! ut un -c. 3IATKEMATU . i-tlcnccs. UinRUaxa tauslu by iinlversilt graduate and exDerlen,"etl Richer I'rlcc &0 cents per hour. Address XOR." UOX 314. Times offlct. !