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THE WASHINGTON TBIES. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1015. "
CLEAR! IS LOCKED UP IN HIS OLaJAIL CELL Former Haverstraw Boss Tells New York Police He Wants Even Break. NEW YORK. Nov. B.-Wllllam V. Clear'. Uic nocklnnd countv political boss, who iihot nnd klllrd his non-ln-law. Eugene II. Newman. In lltucrstrnw In July, 1911, nas locked up IfikI nlsht In his old cell In the New t'lty Jail, fol lowing his orient jestcrday In Wash ington. Cleary, who has been n fugltlvn for nine months, was taken Into custody In Washington by John McCullitRh, for mer chief of police oNNow York, on a charge of misappropriation of llo.Ooo be longing to Hmerstruw, where Clcnry was town clerk. The onetime town clerk of Haxer straw apparently waa little downcast at his arrest. His physical ruggedness was scarcely Impaired. "Well, I led "em n merry chase," he remarked smilingly before hn boarded the New York train at Washington. Just let them give me an even break, and I won't havo anything to rear on my return." Sheriff I,aurenpo Boncn. In New City, who knew Cleary of old. was greeted at the Jail with the remark, "flood even ing. I-arry. I thought It would come to this." No effort was made by Cleary to fight extradition when he was arrested es terday. Hall has not been fixed but the amount was estimated at SllOdO at least bv a Florkland countv authority who doubted a bondsman could be found for that amount. Haverstraw'a citizens generally were Pleased with Clcary's arrest. The Itev. Or. Thomas 1. Coultas nnd other re formers whose efforts caused the "ho' " flight, were lubllant. The arrest Increased their satisfaction with the re cent election results that swept the Clean outfit out of village, town and countv offices District Attorney Oagn Is preparing quickly to bring Cleary to trial. Prederlck Newman, father of Eugene Newman. In his eagerness to prosecute the Cleary ring Is said to have made political nlllancea whereer possible. Among his new allies In the reecnt elec tions campaign was "Amby" Cleary, brother of the arrested man. - Newman late last night got out an extra edition of his newspaper, an nouncing Cleary's arrest. He expressed satisfaction with the new sheriff. Hurd. who. he said, will show Cleary no favors In the countv 1n.lt $100,000 IS PLEDGED AS A SUFFRAGE FUND r.cMcnti cTCDMncDf. I RESTS AT ARLINGTON Full Military Honors Are Paid Former. Surgeon General of Army. Funeral services for Clcn. George Mil ler Sternberg. 1J. . A., retired, who dltd Wednesday, were held Jlila morn ing at his residence. tOOG Massachusetts aonuo. They wcro conducted by the Itev. Dr. Van Behalf k, pastor of the Church of Our Father, and tho Ilev. V. a. II. Pierce, pastor of All Souls' Church. The Interment, which wi" with full military honor, was nt Arlington, the following serving honorary pallbearers: tlen. John M. Wilson. V. P. A.: Surg. Ueti. Itupert lllue, public health service. Oen. Ld win A. flodwln. It. H. A.: Col. Wllllum II. Arthur, medical, corps IT. 8. A.. Col. Ilenrv C. I'lsher. medical corps. If. 8. A.. Col. John Von It. Hoff, medi cal corps. P. ri. A.. Charles J. Hell. William C. ISorden. Appleton I. lark. Jr.. Frederick V. Covllle, John Joy IMsoii. Qcorgo M. Kohcr and . II. Ualdwln. . ., ., . . At a special meeting of the directors of the Association for tho Prevention of Tuberculosa, yfstrrday, npproprlato aitlon reganllng the death of the prcr Ident, General Sternberg, was taken, the following members being Presents Burg. Oen. ltupTt Hlue, I. r. William C. Woodward. Col. John Von i n. Hoof. Ilr. George M. Kober. Dr. William l. Gwynn. Dr. C. W. Cnbanlss. Dr. J. O. Skinner. George S. Wilson, Dr. William C. Hives, Dr. K. C. Schoedor and Walter B. Cfford. U. S. EXPECTED TO ACT TO PROTECT VESSELS Real Estate Committee Meets Here in January The executive committee of tho Na tional Association of Ileal Estate l!x chnnges will meet In Washington late In January. At a meeting of the executive commlt teu of the Ileal Estate Ilrokrrs' Asso ciation last night a letter was read from Walter C. Piper, president of tho na tional association, accepting the Invita tion of the local body, and President Ueorco Y, Worthlngton and John li. Weaver were appointed a committee to ilr the date for the meeting. The resignation of II. F. Saul from tho executive committer w acceptei'. and 10 li. I.atltner. of I". II. Smllh Co., waa elected to All the Vacancy. President Worthlngton was authorized lo Invite Frank J. Catighy. of Baltimore, to address the association at an early date on aprralsit' of real eitate. Will End Lectures. I W, Ilogcra. national lecturer for the Thenaophlcal Society, will conclude, his series of lectures this evening with a dlsiusslon of "Lords of the Law" at Washington Hall, Seventh and K streets northwest. Ills lecturo last night nn I V'Xhe Inspired Life" was well attended, j lg Will Ask Allies to Stop Seizing Ships Till Dispute Is Settled, Is Report. Leaders Say Fight Will Go On. Bank High Hopes On Federal Amendment. NEW YOIIK. Nov 5 -With cries of "Victory! Vlctorj" from all parts of the house, the greatest woman suffrage meeting ever held In New York closed last evening at Cooper Union with a fund of JKO.iyv) pledged to begin a sec ond campaign of votes for women. In actual cash $W. was contributed. Tho pledcts from the floor ranged from dollars to thousands of dollars The big hall was crowded. The plat form waa lllled with suffrage leaders. A big. well-used "Votes for Women" ban ner hung nbnvo tho platform and an other from the speakers desk at tho front. There was a great hunch nf yellow flowers, nnd at one side of tho hall a band which played rousing nlrs In keeping with tho spirit of the meet ing. Tho spirit burst Into expression when Miss Mary Garrett Hay. chairman of tho Woman Suffrage Part), came to the front of the platform, nnd hack of her the big audience saw Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, national president; Mrs Carrie Chapman Cntt. leader of tho Empire stato campaign committee; Mrs. Raymond nrown. the state president; presidents of other organizations, lead ers of boroughs nnd assembly districts, nnd workers In different lines. Tho wholo audlenc'c rose to Its feet and shouted and cheered and the band Waved "nallv 'Hound the Flag." Finally the applause subsided and Miss Hay began her address Leaders In the movement declared that the ftght would e carried on and banked their hopes of success on the proposed amendment to the Federal Constitution Prompt action by the TTnlttd States to prevent further seizures of American ships under the new Anglo-French policy of determining enemy owner ship was Indicated by officials today. It Is reported thli Government will seek a "modus vlvendl" for settlement of the new ship registry dliputo by re questing that the Ilrltlsh nnd French governments refrain from further prize court seizures until the qjestlon re garding the steamer Hocking at Hall fax ran he settled. The American Government Is willing, however, that the Hocking's shall be nndo a test case. U&H The Women's Store 1109 G Street A Sale of Dresses No Woman Can Afford to Pass . lajj '7 .Mh . .ma r i iitiV- HIM- mJaUm aHHBf JB3mt te- vWfJc v I uMP AFTERNOON and EVENING DRESSES. The most beautiful creations, representing the product of THREE LEADING COSTUME MANUFACTURERS .which we were fortunate to secure. New York Symphony Gives Concert Wednesday Next Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock Walter Damrosch and lhe Sym phony Society of New York, asnlsted by Mlscha F.lman, will give the first con cert of the Wnahlngton series at tho rtelnsro Theater, rendering the follow ing program: Part 1 Symphony No. S. C minor (Ueethoven): Allegro con brlc. Andanto con mnto. Allegro and Allegro Presto. "On Hearing the First Cuckoo In Spring" melius). Andinte from String Quartet. On. 11 (Tschalkowskv). Part 2-Cnncerto tpr Violin with Or chestra In A minor (Goldmark). Alle gro moderato, Air Andante, Allegretto. Dressess worth $35 $ 4U c? ku. w nue They Last 25 cvr paw. o'axi,ivAi. RUBBER HEELS QCr All Make -" SEWED SOLES Best White Oak Leather Oar nlaat I eaalapcd nllh ill tho modern M fc e Repatriate Mneklnery. KI-KM. O N I. Y PRItTI i'i.ovi:i. Work railed for nnd delivered. Phone M. KM. m taaaaaaaHw alaiftflCL' KLEIN'S jfcgtffe. 736 14th St. N. W. J But tve IV. AvfnHr. Parker, Bridget & Co. v Bring Your Boys to the P-B Boys' Shop Tomorrow M ANY new and striking styles arc shown -i4 -m-h. !. Ki 11V irtrartivr valuta, art sVl- tured. l The one big point about this shop is the real qaality of ine one Dig point aooui inn snop its merchandise and its modest prices. $5.v5 SiPKOIAI, ItAINY DAY OUTFIT COAT AMD HAT (sou'wester) to match. G u a r a n t ed absolutely wa- y FJE t r proof and JitJ J & .,iv t ivc in w.. Por Two-aaata In Corda- rar. for scnooi wear a value you'll like. $5 TIV-'nt. Need-Met The suit wise, foreslghted mothers have found to be the beat Two pairs, of pants with this suit. Per Special Cerd arey Sekee! Balta the equal of most If values. $4.95 GENTJIPTR PATRICK KAOKIHAWS are found only at P-Ba In Washington. The famous frostproof, rainproof coat. Caps In materials to match. NOTE! Ma BLUE RKOC SUIT. One of the beat values of the season an all. wool suit, guaranteed In every way. ATTENTION la called to the Beat tirade of P.B. Salts and Overeaata at SUM. tlO and up. itmamjt cooats J SB an Tailored In the high-grade P-B way an Immense display. Baysr SwesttCTB. Old. Seheal Hese, Me r. ar. far tJf. Bera Schaal Mkaeav (XB a the Better kind. Javeafle Bats la Yelear and Plash. Bay Walklac Glevea. SaeeJal at Sc BeTa Oaaatleta, Se an. reatarlaar Bora' Cope wtth RverTthlasr far the Mttle Men. Mjifez. jffju fjjib' The Avenue at Ninth isiaci raraaSsrae'ayHanP Turning On the Spotlight BUYING FACTS FOR MEN TOLD BY PARKER-BRIDGET & CO. rjai3iafjia'JsaramnawraTixj wirHffaTOi:aBiuiiimiiim.a!ii,i Owing to the great reductions wc will have to charge for alterations. Those Famous Suits At $25 Those who come to look invariably remain to buy. Suits of this character always cost from $32.50 to $35. They are in every popular style and the best cloths, fur trimmed. Law College Alumni Plan for Endowment Members of the Alumni Association of tho Washington College of I.avv ex pect to raise a large endowment fund for tho Institution before February 1, tho twentieth annlvern.iry of the found Inc of tho school. At a meetlnir lest night reports were made which showed the nucleus of the fund hid been r ilsed nnd that it vigorous campaign would be onducted to obtain the remainder of the amount wanted Mrs. Mnreiret 'II Worrell, chairman nf the committee raising the fund, eald thousands nf circulars detailing the his tory of the colleBe had been mailed to frlnds of tho institution ami giiC Interest was manifested In the move ment The primary purpose of the In ptltutlou, xhe said. Is to give women an pportunltv for leenl 'duration. Miss Mnrv O Toole, treasurer, report ed on the llnanecs of the n'soclatlnp It C. Tracy. Jtlsi Sophie. IJ Knt. and Miss Trances Osborn vvere ndmltted to membership. follow Ine the business ressin tho members of the Tssocla Hon uijnjnd .1 dance and supper. Chinese Starves in Jail. ATIAVTA. Ca.. Nov. 5. Tnn Shi Yan. a f'hineso convicted In New York of opium smuggling, Is dead In the Fed eral piNoti heie of turvitlon, after re fusing for nearly tvyo months to eat. lielatlves summoned from New York raid Tan Hlil Yan feaieil ho would be Vlled bj members of a tong If he lived through Ms sentence. He tes'llled n.ulnst several f'hlnese In the "lnut Kilns: case In New York Why Suffer From Migraine or Sick Headache? U6E ANTI-KAMNIA TABLETS I)r. J.J.Caldwell says that thli exceed ingly distressing disease does not short en Hie. but does not appear to be curable. Hufferers from this affliction are con demned to undergo the periodical attacks every few weeks until they are forty years of age, after which tbe at tacks are less frequent, nnd finally dis appear entirely, l'alllatlvo measures during tbe attack are all that it l pos sible to suggest, while care tn the diet Is the best preventive measure. An attack may often he prevented by taking two Ami kamnla Tablets when the tint symptoms uppear, and one Antl kamnla Tablet every two hours during the attack shortens tt. eases the pain and brings rest and milet. Antt-kamnla may be obtained at all drugslsts Ask tor A-K Tablets. They saUckly relieve all palnAdvt. A PROCLAMATION THE BECK SHOE CO. WE OPERATE e LARGEST Chain of Retail Shoe Stores In New York City. wijy? Because We Give the BEST Shoes and UlLLu Service For the LEAST MONEY. Women's 7 Shoes D ! f I $3 L V V tW V" H 1 Blue Kid Harana Brown Kid Dull Kid GYPSY You cannot pay more than $3.00 for any woman's shoe in our stores although we have only the latest and best $4.00 and $5.00 values. REMEMBER!!! All Our Shoes are Bargains and sold for only $2.60 AND $3.00 We have no rejects, but only the very latest New York styles. Therefore why not buy from us at our price? Men's Shoes $0.60 $0 jJl and 1 Gun Metal Patent Russia Vici if 1 ' Vv. 1 L l r. r Newport We do not tease you into our stores with bar gains and then try and get more of your money. RIGHT Styles right ma terialsright pricesstraight- forward policies of business and absolute buying satisfaction made this big P-B store the quarter -of- a -century success of the Nation's Capital. Our thousands of Suits anrj Overcoats unquestioned in quality of materials and pre eminent in master styles and workmanship will appeal to all thinking: men this season. Our stocks are so ex tensive and so varied that every man finds what he wants in style, material and price. You Can Only Pay $2.60 or $3.00 For Any of Our Men's Shoes and 50c Extra If O'SULLIVANIZED. (BECK) SHOE J FOR MEN BECK SHOES " Wi2aAdmMww$ed" FOR WOMEN THC BECK ftHMC WASHINGTON STORES 903 Penn. Ave. N.W. ?E The "Kid" was heard to remark when passing our store "Hear the Music and Have an Apple 1012 7th St. N.W.orEV, fS $15 18 20 up for P-B hand-tailored Suits and Overcoats Shoes at $3.50 featuring unusually clever models at $3.50 this season. Introducing many exclusive novelties for your critical inspection at $4, $5 and up. r O TYLE and Quality it the keynote x . -j or popularity or hamvi ana T OMAR Hats at $2 and $3. I NTRODUCING new and exclusive novel ties in Neckwear--Shirta Half Hose Gloves. The One Big Furnishings Shop of the town. The Avenue at Ninth X on Us-r-That's the Store, Mother." $3 NEW YORK Antl llvtnru Saturday Night. November 6 Baltimore & Ohio Special Train LcftVfl Union Station, i:.:o night Ar. New York (Ubortv St.). 6 35 a. m. Ar. New ork (J3ii Ht ) T M a. m Tfie ride up the beautiful lludnon River by ferry to 33d street afford the mo-.t wonderful lew of the New York kllnr and lta "IIILUON UOLLAU UfLE" rteturnlnx earn da. 5 W) p m from 23d nt and 6 00 p, in from I Ibertv at Kull Information at ticket offices 15th St. and New ork Ar 619 Trim M , nd Union Station To Dine Well, Dine at The Century Lunch Rooms! You'll take a more cheerful view of life generally if you yfollow this advice, for poorly cooked food is followed by dyspepsia and kindred ills. Remember, when you dine here you're getting the services of an expert chef, long employed in the most prominent Wash ington and New York Hotels. The Century Lunchrooms 309 9th St. N. W. 305 9th St. N. W. 1706 Penna. Ave. N. W. SANITARY CONDITIONS ALWAYS PREVAIL HERE. P PJ