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THIS WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY, NOVE3IBER 23. 1915.
STQCKHO L D AK FOR DISSOLUTION OF INSORANCECO F Committee Is Named At District Building Meeting to Take Matter to Court. MAY ASK FOR JUDGMENT Civil Action Against Croom W. Walker Is Voted By Meeting mcfuding Number of Visitors rreredlnir the adoption of resolution skint; ah Investigation liy the District Attorney1 offlco with a view to suih prosecutions na tlic developments mnv warrant, stockholders lof the National Capital Life Insurance Company, at n meeting at the District Building: late yesterday afternoon, decided to ask for the dissolution of the company. A committee conslstlnc of Dr. Dous lns Mackall. Wilton .1. I.ainbert and W, tlwvnn Gardiner was appointed to present the i'tltlnn for dissolution tr, the court. Mr. Clardlner. seerctarv of a committee appointed by the etoeu holdcra to Investigate the condition of the companv s'lhmltted n tepoit stat in that there remain In the treasury t7.45:5. which sum the co irt will he nsked to divide ninoni; the shareholders. Croom V Walker, the nrlRlnator of the companv, Mr Onrillner said, l "t In Washington nnd his vvhei-nbotiK aro unknown to the committee Want a JutiRinrnl. It was decided, however, lo endeivnr to obtain n ludeiuent ncslrst Walker hv civil nctlon IVIouIni; consideration nf the report of the ciimmltUe It was moved In it it lie fllscharunl mil Hi Mackall was eleued fhalnnan of the tnectltiK. t). 1. Itlchmond aclinK us secrctai. N'o opposition was offered to the mo tion that the loninnnv he dissolved Miih ilntendeiit of I nun mice Nnhll nd vlftil this jct.oii slatlllR that It w o.ll 1 lie Itnpo-iMlilc for the companv lo no business without incetim. with nniiv dlftiinltles and obstacle rhe coinpiinv, according to the report of the Invest! iratlrii; rnmnitttpi vviih Inrornornted In the District hy Walker In the fall of 11 1. Its orlgln.il capital was $2;,0u) Must pilot to April. 1&1V sajs the reiiort, "theic was Incorporated what Is known as the Xnllnnnl Capital Life In surance Acenev Company Incorporated. "Tho companv, vwia Incoiporatcd by Croom W. Walker, A D Mi Kenney and lleorKC (! U.vn'ou It appears that this loinpauv was Incorporated for the pur pose of succeeding tho C. . Walker Companv hs the promoting a tents for tho National Capital Life Insurance Company." Methods by which the Rtock of the National Capital Life Insurance Com pany waa sold were brought to the at tention of Charles F. Ncsblt, superin tendent of Insurance, and an Investiga tion waa begun by his department, which was followed 1 an Investiga tion b a tommlttec of stockholders In tho report of the latter committee It Is stated "the committee finds that the of ficers of tho National Capital Life In surance Companv, with the exception of one, had no real Interest In the com pany, that the) held In their name one share each of Its capital stock, which It appears was tha stock originally Is sued to the original board of dlreetora." The meeting vesterdav waa attended by a number of out-of-town subscribers. Mrs. Florence K. Hanson Will Play Dramatic Role In Big Suffrage Pageant !ii"; v-f '?- r . vd i4 ill Vl -" K M&Tfti'fffi ill SUIT SHOWS DOCTOR PUT IN $99,568 BILL Amount Set Against Estate of Woman, Four Years III, Who Left $130,000. Mrs. Klorcme Kays Hanson, a Wash ington woman, has been selected to play the dramatic role of Susan II. An thony In the big suffrage pageant which Is to he presented hero December 13. Mrs. Hanson Is a profeesslonat reader. Is a member of the Headers Club of Washington, and Is a graduate of the Cummock School of Oratory of North western I'nlvcrsltv She has appeared In recitals In both Canada and the t'nlteil States. "I hnd thought all along 'hat no would have to go to New York and hire a professional to take the part of Susan B nthony." said Miss llaxel Mackaye. author and director of the mgeant, "and I can't tell you how delighted I waa when I discovered Mrs. Hanson. She Is fully competent In every wav to play tin irnrt. and I feel sure will give a true Interpretation of the ilmracter of Susan II Aiithotir MRS. FLETCHER RUN OVER BY A MOTOR M'.W VOflK. Nov ;j.-A doctor's hill for VM.'JS- against the estate of Mm. Vellle M. Noc. who died March 9. Mil, leaving property worth about l'lO.OeG, was disposed In the surrogate's court when the executors asked the surro gate, to construe the will. The Mil wits presented by Dr. Joseph lljrne, of M West 101st street, who says lie attended the decedent on an a v erase of three time a. day for four years. The executors have rejected tha hill, but are willing to lime the amount pavable determined hy tho surrogite. The Wltl niftrie direct lienueiita nf 13T-- 000 and gave half the residue to Robert faterson nd tho other half to tha rrtsoytertan Htrpltal. The executors have allowed claims nf 11. fin mid M.KM each for Annie Dojle and Annie Qulnn, respectively, ror nursing Mrs. oe. They want the surroBAte to determine whether they shall sell real estate val- ueu ai jmwu lo nay tne. Dequean. Sink Patrol Steamer. I'BTROOtlAD. Nov. Sl.-An official communication, Issued today, ana: "On the Italtlc Sea. November 'J), after a short light, our topedo boats near window sank a tierman patrol steamer. One officer and nineteen sol diers were taken prisoner. We suffered no losses." Funerals Mrs. Mary McLean Ludlow. Private funeral services for Mrs. Marv McLean Ludlow, widow of Hear Ad miral Nlcoll Ludlow, who died Sunday, igcd seventy-two vears, will be held at the residence of her son, I'rederh'k H. Hugher. I WD K street northwest, to morrow at 10 f 'clock, services h.inir conducted hy the Itcv. Dr. Hubert Wood, of Tnxeclo Park, N Y. Inter ment will be made In the McLean famllv vault In Hock Cieek Cemeterv John n. SturgiK. Funeral nervlces for John 'It sturgl'. who died vesterday, aged llftv-seveu )ears. will he hchr afhts'late reslderrce, 1314 Florida avenue northeast, tomor row at lO'TO o'clock. Intermvnt' will he made In (Jlenwood Cemeterv, lie nad been an cmnlove df th'e' flnrerninent Printing Ofllce for thlrtv eurs and a Hie lone tcstdertrof ' t1it"ilt lie Is survived bv n son, J, W, Sturgls Mrs. Hannah Gayer. runernl tervkes for .Mis Hannah Oaycr. who died Miwlav, will he hehl at her late residence. 47 Hldge street (lorthwest, tomorrow with hUh icipilem mass at the Church ot Immaculate Con ception at 9 o'clock. Interment will be made In Mt. Olivet Cemeterv Miss Lulu E. Jackson. Kuneral services for Miss Lulu I"ll7.a heth Jackson, who died Bundav. will he held tomorrow at : o'clock at the Nine teenth Street Ilaptlst Church. Mrs. Margaret McCarthy. rtineral services for Mrs. Margaret McCarthy, who died Sundav. will bo held at her late residence. IJffis O street northwest, tomorrow, thence to Holy Trinity Church at 9 o'clock, where mass will bo sung. Wife of Minister Taken to Gar field Hospital, Suffering From Lacerations. Mm loseph I'letther. wife of the Ilev. Dr Kletcher. Is suffering at fiarfleld Ilernltal from lacerations on the head sustained when she anil her husband were knocked down last night by pn nutomoblle. Dr and Mrs. I'lctcher. who live at Talkstnne Court, were alighting from a car at Seventh street and llorlda ave nue. Thev started tow'ard tHo side walk, stepnlns back out o( he path of an automobile belonging to K. 0 Shaf fer, of -.ns Thirteenth stcct northwest The car struck them. Mrs I'letcher falling In front of the maehlpo. which passed over her limbs Slx-v ear-old Lsther Kramer, of !5rt Ihother's place southeast, lau Into an automobile yesterday owned and oper ated hj !us Thuen. of flood llbpc 1(111. The nccldent happened at Nichols ave nue and Fifth street, Congress Heights. Tim girl was not hurt. Mrs Annie Kungo, thlrtv-flve years old, of 901 eighth street northwest, is suffering from a fracturid arm. She fell fiom a step ladder vesterday. Gridiron Hero Is Kissed by 'Prexy And His Fellow-Students? Well, They Cheered, Cheered and Cheered. liK.VVLH Nov S3 College presidents are not usually ovcrenthuslastlc, hut to lecolve a chaste salute of congratula tion on the check alter the Husslan cus tom trom a "prcxy Is a new one to f'olondo gridiron heroes. t huncellnr Henr,- A Huchtel, of Den ver I'nlversltj. Is not admnantlno heart ed about fool lull vlctoiiis not by a long shot, tpccliillv when thn victories ate li w and tat between To show his appreciation or Denver's victory over Colorado University he ap pionclieil fapt. D II. Shetwell at n stu dent iutl, and give htm a kiss on eacn i hci k, while the astonished students Kent wild with appluuse. -- ..,,,, , , t. Mrs. Charles M'ol. Funeral services for Mrs Hiarles Wolz. who died Sundav at her late resi dence In Fort Mvcr Heights. Va.. will he held tomorrow at 't o'clock at St. Mary's Church, where requiem mass wilt be said '. ' .i ...I HOT TEA BREAKS A COLD-TRY THIS ...,.H..l.ii,,.,) . I (let a small package o' Hamburg Breast Tea, or as the German folks call It, "Hamburger llrust Tine," at any ill ii tln .1 Ml' 'I nlii ik t ,i I Tftaliimi fut tt ttn I tea, put a cup of boiling water upon It. (hiiii mimiKii li ni'i-, mill UMUK a ica- cup full at anv time. It Is the most ef fective way to bicak a cold and euro rip. as it opens the pores, relieving congestion. Also loosens tho bowels, thus breaking a cold at once It 13 Inexpensive and entirely veget ahle. therefore harmless A dvt How You Can Quickly Remove Hairy Growths WHITE OAK LEATHER kUaed KxrliiaUely Men's Sewed Soles , (Aids to Beautv) A we'.l-Known beauty specialist ad vises this treatment fo- thn removal of hair from the faco' Mix Into a pis-e some powdered delatnne rnd water, ap ply to hairy surface, and after about 2 minutes rub o(T, wash the skin and evcrv trace of hair has vanished This method Is quick and entirely safe To avoid disappointment, however it Is well to make certain you get the genuine delstone Advt Bmm ssHsr Phone M. 988 Work Called for and Delivered Free. Only Kxperta Kraplojed, Free I'arcel Post Delivery on All Order All Makes of Famous 50c Rubber Heels 35c Klein's Rapid 3hoe Repair Co. lust ,....ne T)c lAtU C venue '" "" '" llranchl 714 Ulli SI, Tape's Diapepsin" makes weak stomachs strong and healthy at once. Instantly slops sourness, gases, heartburn, acidity, dyspepsia. There would not be a case of rndl Kcstlon or dyspepsia here If readers who are subject to stomach trouble knew the tremendous antl-fermcnt and digestive virtue contained In I'apc'a Diapepsin. This harmless preparation will digest a heaw meal without the slightest fuss or discomfort, and re lieve tho sourest, acid stomach In five minutes, besides overcoming all foul, nauseous odors from the breath Ask your pharmacist to show you the formula plainly printed on each M-cent caae of Pane's Dlaneosln. ih.n ou will readily understand why this i promptly overcomes inaigestion and re moves such symptoms as heartburn, a feeling like a lump of lead In tho stomach, belching of gas and erudi tions of undigested food, water brash, acidity, nausea, headache, biliousness, and manv other bad symptoms, and, besides, you will not need laxatives to keep your stomach, liver, and Intestines clean and fresh If your stomach Is sour and full of gas or vour food doesn't digest, and our meals don't seem lo fit, whv not get a Go-cent case from your druggist and make life worth living? Absolute relief from stomach misery and per fect digestion of anything nu eat Is sure to follow five minutes after and besides, one case Is sufficient to rid a whole family of such trouble. Surelv. a harmless. inexpensive preparation like Diapepsin, whlth will always, either at daytime or during night, relieve your stomach mlserv and digest vour meals. Is about as handy and valuable a thing as vou could hive In the house Advt SVISIT 'tt ' "MT'TIB TOIK, ACROSS THE STRBBTJ ..V.M.W. .- .,..- .. ... M. Vm-.-vMMMiHM jvmhm""!! "mi r iifinnuim BTunu, Jkiiua inn, biNnniM,! isri ...-if i . irr"r(E. Iivifnt Alnu in. fmatnmmmmmmmmm Store Closed All Day Thursday Extra Big Values Prepared for Wednesday to Crowd Two Busy Days' Selling In One I "" '" ' ' ' I . iT " Baft Ja ft MS t. u JM M " ' aiii.aaaaaa-aaaaaaaaa I ! 5cSSCm Gear Vision ytftwrrev he woman who likes to have her friends ex claim over new, different things in her home should learn about this new Macey Tuscan case. lit sll-gUn doon we the finil touch of refinement in ibook cam and in entirely new idea. Practically, these new case have the advantage ot bemf sections!, of hiving dustkwi in terior, adrustsble ihelvw, and remarkably low price. jPLl m 3 d I j in If iFrcb.S.XtncoIn INl'Oltl-OltATCl) 61 2 Twelfth St. N.W. Bel. FAQ .25 Ash Cans For 89c It. 25 Heavy Galvanized Iron Ash Cans, strongly made, side handles; full size, for 19c. $1 rlfj STORE HOURS: Open 8:45 A. M.; Clote 5:45 P.M. "IT RAYS TO DEAL X AT OOLDENBEROfe" wldAIiers srrowsusr tu. " ATrrrtitT THE DEPENDABLE STORET 35c Roasting Pans For 19c S5c Sheet Steel Double It o a s t I n g Pans, strong ly made; I0X 15 Inch size, for 19c. ANOTHER SENSATIONAL TEN DOLLAR SALE OF Women's High-Class Suits CHOICE OF VALUES UP TO $25 AT lo We shall hold another of our unique TEN DOLLAR SUIT SALES tomorrow with even bigger assortments and better val ues than those which created such a furore in a previous sale. Planned on a broad scale with unlimited variety of styles and carefully selected models, this latest value-giving achievement cannot fail to establish new selling and value records for our suit department. Certainly no woman with a new fall and winter suit to buy should miss this wonderful opportunity to buy a stylish, well tailored garment at one-half and less than one-half the reg ular price. There arc hundreds of smart, stylish tailored suits to choose from, in the newest models. the tincst fabrics of fashion, and Fur-Trimmed Poplin Suits Fur-Trimmed Gaberdine Suits Plain Gabardine Suits Novelty Mixture Suits Fur-Trimmed Whipcord Suits Velvet-Trimmed Serge Suits Styles 'uiclude jaunty Sport Coat Effects. Skating Suits, Military Models, Box Coat Ef fects, Newest Norfolks, Russian Blouses, as well as the always desirable plain tailored suits. A complete range of sizes for misses and women in the lot, in every new color and trimming effect. A Thanksgiving Sale of Men's Overcoats Regular 12.50 and &Q 7C $13.50 Values for ?0. We've planned to make Wednesday's Overcoat sale one of the biggest of the many sales we've held during the month of Novcmher with extra big values on the newest and most desirable overcoats. A fine lot of winter Overcoats, in the new Balma roons and form-fitting models; full and quarter lined, finished with plain or patch pockets, and self cloth or vclvol col In rK. Fashion's most approved styles for fall and winter wear. Positive ?12.50 and $13.60 values at $8.75. Men's $12.50 and $15 Suits at $9.25 Another bid value for tomorrow In Men's and Yotinu Men' Suits, nf all-wool materials. In a splendid ranno nf deslratiln colors and patterns. Including dark efferts. Ulalds croy mixtures, and novelties. Conservative ana i;nKIIn patcn-poel.ei models Hues for younif men and older men, IT to 20 yearn and II to 12 Mile price Conservative $9.25 .'00 palls of Men's Scpnrat Tants, In neat striped and Worsteds, In ncit. serviceable patterns. Good vvclKht .Sizes 28 to to waist measurement Worth J2t0 ,md 12 r.0 pair Casslmeres $1.00 Women's samEle Neckwear New and Charming Pieces C Worth 50c and 75c for . . . AO, Just in time for your Thanksgiving Day needs comes this remarkable sale of Women's Sample Neckwear the newest and choicest styles at savings of one-half and two-thirds Thn collection includes: New and be coming styles in Vestees, of oriental lace end organdy. Collar and Cuff Sets of all kinds. Roll Collars, Plaited back and Flat Collars, Point Vcnise Lace Dutch Collars, Military Collars, Imperial Frills, Puritan Collars, Guimpes in high and low neck ef fects, Fischus, and many other novel creations. Neckwear Department First Floor. M-MM.MMtMMMai- AH Trimmed Hats AT BIG REDUCTIONS More Trimmed Hats join the November clearance with prices reduced to their lowest point to make room for the holiday lines, which will demand additional space right after Thanks- i giving. Now is the time r I i io invest vour money in SJ la new Trimmed Hat for with these big savings of fered on new millinery for A r midwinter wear no woman a Jy y who has a hat to buy should I ff sM Put " any 'onSer her pur- .tr chase. IlecauFC prices are lowered don't get the idea these are old styles or shopwoir hats. On the contrary, every hat it. brand-new and of unusual style distinction. There arc Gold Lace Hats, Brown Hats, Black Hats, and Hats of every color to choose from, in the latest-moment shuptK and effects. $5.00 Trimmed Hats reduced to $2.98 $10.00 Trimmed Hats reduced to $5.00 $12.00 Trimmed Hats reduced to $7.00 $18 and $20 Trimmed Hats reduced to $10.00 Millinery Department, 2d floor. Special Purchase of 100 FrenchLynx Sets a . A OC Values Meant to Sell At $4.73 at $8.00 and $10.00 Don't judge these furs by the modest price they are worth 40 to 50 per cent more than the price we name. All furs have ad vanced in cost, and we couldn't duplicate these handsome Lynx Sets again at anywhere near this figure. Beautiful quality Black French Lynx, a fur that looks like real fox, and is warm, stylish and luxurious. Choice of half a dozen different style scarfs and muffs, in plain or trimmed effects, richly lined with satin. Despite Advancing Prices We Offer These Seamless Wilton Rugs 9x12 Ft. Room Size Regular $20 Value at $11.75 Rugs for Thanksgiving and the holidays to come fine grade Seamless Wilton Velvets, in a choice selection of medallion, con ventional and floral designs, best colorings. Suitable for parlor, dining or bedroom. In the desirable 9X12 ft. room size heavy weight, firm woven and wear resisting quality for which you will have to pay $20.00 outside this store. Here tomorrow at a special price $11.75, 9xl2-fool Seamlen and Seamed Axmlnster Hue. extia heavy weight. In medallion, conventional, and floral patterns, all tho molt desirable color romhlna- 1 0 7 tlons Worth S0 at J.t.U xlJ-foot Seajnlenn Wilton Velvet I'.ugu. extra heavy weight and dur able erade, In a laire assortment of new nnd artistic denlcna Mich us floral. Oriental, medallion, and conventional patterns: llsrlit ni dark colois. Worth 2B fc1Q rfr and I3U. at 910.40 Children's and Misses' Sport Scarfs & Gaps at 98c Thej're nil the raire this wlntei these warm and stvllsh Sport Brarfs and Caps to natch, It seems as If cver.v viiiinn; inls vv.tntx a set for school, for ska'lnir, and nil outdoors we.r. Made of soft AnKorn wool, In rose, CopenhnKen, gray, Kreen. and ted. Bet consists of pretty cap nnd wldn scarf with deep frlnse to match. Special at 9"!c n ret. 3d floor. Juvenile Dept. 50c Solid Gold Baby Rings, at 25c Many ItlnBs of solid cold: neat cold hands. In llnclv polished finish, choice of severul sizes. A special tomorrow of those, regu lar Wo rings at 2.V:. Jewelry Dent., 1st floor. Salt and Pepper Casters At 17c Vfc: Kilvei -plated Salt and I'epper Casters, nrettv designs In pierced sliver a noveltv )ou will want for the table Jewelry Dept 1st floor. Sale of Boys' $3.50 & $4.00 Two Pants Suits Tomorrow at $2.88 Another example of this store's ability to save you money on the boys' clothes a special sale of TWO PANTS suits, of good sturdy quality Fancy Cassimeres in dark patterns and desirable col orings; heavy winter weight. Correct Norfolk models, with two pairs of full cut, Knickerbocker pants. All sizes 7 to 16 years. They're strongly sewn and well tailored suits that no other store can equal for less than $3.50 and $4.00. Sale price, $2.88. Sale of Children's Coats For Thanksgiving Day 0 A QQ Regular $6 Values at $l. V O Get one of these stylish coats for your little girl tomorrow and save part of the expected cost. They arc made of good heavy weight Chinchilla, in medium and light gray, American beauty and navy blue; with wide, loose belt and fine buttons to match. New est slant pocket and striped mercerized lining. Sizes 2 to 6 years. Third Floor Juvenile Department. Maids' Aprons For Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Gifts A Large Assortment O C of Styles at . . . Jt All sorts of Aprons nt ioc Includ lne dalntv white lawns dotted svvlss with neat embroidery anil nockei. finished off with ribbon hows: as well as the larger sizes f plain material. Well made and nicely finished Just the kinds wanted now. Hee our completo stock and make your selection tomorrow from these special value at 2ic. 59c Crib Blankets At 35c l'lnest quality Woolnap Ciib manacis. me -uonax" nrann, with heavy soft fleece tho same finish and warmth of wool. In blue 01 rink Teddv bear and other mirscrv deslens Limit one to a buyer. th fiooi $1.00 Couch Covers Special at 69c Heverslblo Orlentnl stiipe Tupeslrv Couch Covers. 50 Inches wide, anil ; ardn Inn, with frlnirod side, and ends Good, serviceable quuth) an exceptional value at the nrlce VISIT OUR rtllMTHHC (TORE, ACROSS TIE STREBt; ;VIMT OUR Fl'liMTUllE TOR, ACROIS TUB STREETS