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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1915.
T VICTORIES Plans Made For Procession to Meet Western Envoys on December 6. A vqiinil nf niminteil vvopien will head the Me paimln which I Ixilnir organized 1m tin CoiiKieMlotial Union Yor Woman Suffr.-B' I" m"t tlm two nvara from IhtffMt 7 lien thev r-' tlvo fn the ounlclrt" of the city He ro I er t . . . , The priicfHflmi will ' o ' or Hi" !l yen anil mo" Mirclnciilar that ban Fieeu held In Wanhlnirton. It Ik Mated. There will he ieernl tuinilreil auto mobile nil iriv I ilcrnrntnl with until purple, nnil white liutillnr anil inanv of (he women will wear mfTrnre irsaliA and wine uffrace Imjiner A featurs. of the crpcejon will he n (toren jnnnc i;lrl In Hreck costume tiearlnc the colors of the union. Parade To Be Symbolic. Mr. Mary Austin, author of "The Arrow Makei." "The Land of T.lttle flnln." ami other works. Is In Wash ington toilav conferring vylth leailers of tho parade about the plan of I he nro ecaslon She I to meet the patade leaders this afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Jnj White. 1821 II street Mrs. White Is tij be tho cavalrv leader. The para do will be symbolic. Mrs Austin explained toda. of the lctorles suffiape h.is "on and of the efforts vrt In be made to cet n nation-wide fran chise "The twelve, toting ulrls. marching nt the heud of the narailo ' Mrs Austin explained 'will bo followed bv tweUe wnoien riders nctlni; as escorts to tho automobile. In wlileh will ride Mrs. ( II r. Ilelmnnt. Miss Allco I'sul. Miss l.urv Hums, 11ml Ml'.i Anno Martin of Nn nila Liberty Bell On Truck. "Tnihc moie women on horseback will represent the twelw su'fraRo State. Thev will carr yellow banners emblazoned with purple v letor.v vrrath. They will act as escort to tl t.-o wom en envoy, rldlmc in Ui automobile which ha carried them, without brei 8n come woman's llbertv hell, w hieli was hi Wa.ihinalon nnee hefoir at the time of I'lrsldent Wilson's Inaururittlon. and which 11 to be mnR when all women of thl counliV hive the voir " Tho 'M illstlnr.itilu'il Kuests who wl'l attend Iho President's leeeptlon Tl -orloik the unie afternoon will lunr. the net seellen of the piiaile and thiitv tevin of them will walk In advnn-. beirltiK blue pennant with a sln-r'o white star. iach represmtliiK one of the still uiH-nfiiinchlscri State. A motor section and anothoi ertl3ii of riv.ihv will roinpleto the nirade. The liairmcn of the pmadn .ectlons are Mr. M-trv ICealtv Clncett. actress es' section Mrs. Paul Desic, aiim and nav s'-ctlnn Mis. Alleen Holomons. artists' seitlon. MNs lleitha l)-ina, an tomnbile i 1 tlon Mrs Minnie llrooke. bu.lnesn wuinen'. .ritlou Mm .Inbn Jn While, envolrv rcctlon. Mi. Helena Hill Weed tnilcgp women's sec tion, Mrs Coin t 1' Wood, club women's section. ,Mr M K. McCarthy, depart ment seitlnn Mrs Nevil M. Hopkins, Dlstrli t of Columbia ectlon Mr. Del mar Smith, foreigners' section. Mrs J. A Itreckous, State delegation., Mrs. Herman Gasch, wrlteiV section At the head of the Stale delegations will be Mrs, T.tilu Kranela Alabama, Miss Klle Hill, Connecticut, Mrs. Charlotto Van Wyck. Miss l'.mlly Stearns, Virginia, Mils Chsrlotte Johnston, West Virginia Mrs. J. A, Hrockons. WjomlnK. Miss Dnrau Waldo Is chairman of the registration section. LECTURES ON Y.W.C. A. WORK AT EXPOSITION Miss Florence M. Brown Tells of Work Before Chevy Chase Chapter. 'National V. W. C. A. Work on I hit Ground of the lMnsnia-l'sciib' Imposi tions," was Iho siihject of an address thllwird by Mi's Kliirin?e J!, llrowu genernl secietary of tho Vaelilrigton branch of the association, at 11 mocttn,? of tho Chivy Chase Chapter today The m,etlii!r was hold at the honn if Sirs. C I. Corby, who entertained the mem beis of the chapter. The tenth nnimiisiiy o the local V W. C. A. will be observed December 10. at 8 p. m.. at which tlm a parieum will be pieaenWu nt St. raid's I.iitlinun riwrrli. Thi" oi.'nmlttro tivM ll!,"., tlot of the DlithJsy olebrjtlon Is made up as follows: Mrs. r I.. Wllklns. clnlntinn Mrs. William 'tnmllton Hay ly. De Aili 'lliomn.l, Miss Uslclle Vos l"" .111 1 Jus, '"ranees t'nick. 1I11,'. J he lirutes if'ho local orga i.M. 11 II 1 1- !! .-il li the pneeant. Mil. i;ilu llutlei will co ik to Wah 11. '.11111 to 1 'tend tlm round of I itnd. shl? CI I o-i hnturday. ".Mrca'r li tho Great War" w'll be the .ulijeet nf n ctoreoplleon lecture wn li rn Metikol w li deliver i-t Ine 1 ijcl..t.i 11 hcvhiuart is tin. iU'n-111.- Leaves Hundred Thousand To a Faithful Gardener OAnTIIAClK. Mo., Dec. I -The will of Charles Schlfferdccker. capitalist and banker of Joplln, filed here, leaves piopertv estimated to lie 'worth HOT, (i00 to John Ft Johnson, who served as gardener and caittakcr of Schlf fei decker's ulaen for many years. One hundred and sixty acie. of land In Joplln, estimated to bo worth S100.000. is left to the cltv of Joplln as a park, while the remainder of the estate, worth iiub,ibl lltW.Ooo, was bequeathed to iilicci and nephews. Schlffeidockcr dled ten davs after tho death of his wife. He hid no children. , RECEIVE $500,000 They Are Made Sole Bene ficiaries of Estate Left by John D. Langhorne. G.W.U. To Debate With North Carolina Team The George Washington University debating team Is preparing for tho con- ,leh Mi carrcct them without , " Yhel'nlw i Uv of North I'aro- rt ir ni "l f Hf "! "Po" 1" ' rakilown. act oss the continent from ,11R al chapel Hill. N. C. eurly In De-, JI.OOO nf the fund Is to he glien to n I lanelsco. I'ehliid Hie rni tor will ,.fmher Tbo ,ram ,(,mp0.cd of C. ' of the other legatees named, wh me. o Is c.l .le ocileil tr.iek tbo w .Tacob.oii and 1". 11. Morehoure. with .Hide Margaret M Johnson. Mary It. P Iloblnson us illternate students In the law school The eluht children are made solo heneilclarles nf the estate valued at more than .1 half-million dollars left hy John D. I-ntiKhorne, who died No vcbmei' : last at his home, 1210 K.lghtconth stieit northwest, at the age of ninety-nnv cni... Accompanied by the potlilnn of Jumes 1'. langhorne nnd Nannie T. I Clayton for letters testamentary, the will was filed In the olTIco of tho register of wills by At torney Arthur Peter, Ily the provisions of the will tho estnto, which Includes personal prop erty Milueil nt W4.000, and real estate In Virginia, Kcnluct( and Michigan, Is to be dlilded Into e'gllt equal parts among the follcwliuj children; James l. I.uni.hjme. of Sah Fran cisco. Mury I'. Uwnlliiey. nf Norfolk. John I). Langhuirc, Jr.. of Alameda. 1'nl.. Oeoigo T. Lang'liirne. of this nity, stationed teinpoiuiily lit l'ort Ullis. Tex , Maurice M. 1-nngliomc. of this ilt. lemi.omrlly in Tho Hague, Hol land . Chiv i) i.nnEhoinc. temporarily of I'hllnnelp'ila. Niinnle T. I. Clayton, of this clt. i.iul Alice I Washbutn. of Minneinoli., tcinpornilly in lxmrton, Unglniid, . . , The clnie of Allco iJingliorne Wash I111111 lr left In trut to Oeoire T. and Cot i). l.aiichoine, who arc to pay the net income to the beneficial y during fc'r life and un her death tho propeitv Is to he dlM.led among ncr rniuiren. james I', l.inghome li made trustee of the sham of John D. l-anuhornc, and he Is itlxectcd to apply the net Income to tho maintenance of the legatee and his Wile alio Cllllilieii. ,;i 111. n.-n i." piopoity Is to to to the widow and 1 hlldreu. nnd upon the remarrlagp or the widow the estote goes to the chll- ' "ihT'th- will rf Mrs. Martha J llsr rlson. also (lied for probate, four nieces, one brother nnd cno (.oiislu are msdo the benetldailes Laurn J rhlllp. " niece ieceies K.W and the residue of the cntate after the other bequests BVA r,ni,i iinrrlsmi T. Johnson, the brother, I. glien the Income from MM ueaiii each 1 In- Tiler All are Johnson. Mary J Todd and Qracr 11. Hemmes GUARD PRIVATEFINED; TORE UP A SUMMONS Remaining Ten Cases Against En listed Men Be Con cluded Tonight. Ten cases against enlisted men cf the National Oi'ird for failure to intend drill remain to bo cleared Up by tho summary court cfflceis who have been, holding court at National duard heart quartets every evening this week. These cases will be tried tonight. Fifteen rases were tiled last night, amour than being that of a private. John W. l"rarler, of Cumpanv U, Third Infantry, who was brought Into court on a warrant placed In the honds of the United Mates marshil after he hid torn up the summons served on him by a non-commlsalotied offlcor. The num mary court officer Imposed a Hi.e of Jlu and announced that (he summoning of members of the guard on charge of this kind Is not a joke, as Frailer Is al leged to h'ave treated It. Trip to Gretna Green Grows "Fashionable" s , VANCOUVER. Wash.. Dec. I.-A new fashion, stvle. or custom has been fully established In th Pacific Northwest among unmarried men and women, and that is making a trip to Vancouver to he married. Thera Is a constant stream of bridal nartlea to Vancouver. While It Is true that the Oregon law causes some to come here to eiade Its provisions. It Is eausllv true that many would come hero to be married Just for a little. Inexpensive honeymoon trip. A couplo were coming down Main street trom the court house and they had just been married. When asked why the" came to Vancouver, the nowly marie husband said: "Well. It Is the fashion to come to Vancomer to be married, and we simply wanted to be In stvle." T T Judge Latimer Says Husbands Have Been Committed When Wives Were at Fault. Pointing to the defective machinery now at the disposal of tho Juvenllo Court for handling non-support cases, Judge J, Wltmer Latimer last ovenlng told the northeast section of the Asso ciated Charities thit he did not doubt that men had been sent to Occoquan when, In reality, their whes er at fault. Judge lAtlmer cited cases to prove this point In the course of his plea that the court he provided with Investiga tors for non-support prosecutions. Ho said the present method of having the rife and tho husband testify in court Is unsatisfactory. One Instance cited by Judge Iatlmer was tlt of a man who had been sent to Occoquan because he failed to pro vide for his wife. While the husband was serving his term the Police Court sentenced the wife to the same Institu tion for a serious offense. The super intendent recommended the dismissal of the man. Judge Latimer said he hoped Congress would grant tho amount needed to em ploy such Investigators, which. In that care, could bo had by next July, Co operation nf the Associated Charities with tho Juvenile Court was highly praised by Judge I.itlmer. Walter S. T'fford outlined the alma and put poses of that organisation. He said tlm work of reihlng the spirit of the down-and-outs wns as Important as giving them physlenl aid. suss i.ouiao u. iiean, nssisisni secre tary at the central office, told of her experiences with needy families. Dr. i-ercivai 11111 presided. Major iiaymonu Pullman, who was to speak, could not be there. Man Misses Roll; Queen And 3 Princesses Jailed PITMAN, N. J., pec. 1 -Tho oueen nnil three princesses of a gypsy band. In all of their brilliant finery, nre languish ing In tho county loll nt Woodbury, while William B. Powell, sr n res taurant proprietor of this place,; Is. be moaning tho loss of his bank roll, which he suspects the -riark-cved damsels of having spirited nway from him. Ills son. William Powell, Jr.. Is smil ing over the early 1 captation of good fortune which tho princesses predicted fop him. He missed his pocketbook be fore the band left town and succeeded In getting It back, and Its contents as wen. The ryosles struck town and visited Powell's restaurant. The son missed his money. When he recovered it. he told his father, and then Powell. Br., discov ered his loss. Borough Marshal lllll rounded up the four fslr fortune tellers, but failed to find the elder Powell's missing 130. Big Profits From Junk; $23,000 in 8 Months KI'GENK. Ore.. Dec. 1. The Junk dealsr's toh Isn't such a bad sort of oc cupation, according to the statements of one Eugene 1unk firm that has Just shinned Its eleventh carload of Junk collected Jn and around Eugene In the last eight months. Tho shipments went to Heatlle, Two men with a rlcketv wagon have dnnn this cnlltotlni: and the results have Included eleven tons of rubber, nine tons of brass, and thirteen tons of copper and other metals. Itccelpts were more than I3.W0. In Love In Bad- Insane. OKI.AIIO.MA CITY. Dei. 1.-12. I' l'enlres, a low rlerk, said ho wn "striifk" bv the beauty of Miss Cnrolln. Colcord, rtniirthter of C r. coleord. re putcu to be tun weaiiniesi man In Okla homa City. He gac this as s reasot for following her nhntit tlm city, nrtd on one occasion, forcing his way lnt the Colcord home I'cntrcss hr-s bur nrrested and adjudged Insane, A Man May Eat Any Mial And Digest It EUy If But Try. He Wir FREE DIGESTIVE TABLETS. Don't be afraid of your meals. Tin reason ou hne dyspepsia is that some thing Is lacking In your digestive sp mintus necessary to Iho stoma"n'i work A perfect stomsch Iovm to work Perfect digestion Is not afraid of am mesl and benefits hv Its consumptior of food the whole machine of man Stuart's Dspopsla Tablets mafco s the work of digestion, because tli'V combine active fruit and vegetahl' essences which are needed by the stomach. These essences are so powerful Ihej digest food without aid from the stom ach. Thov have donn this with a mei encased In a glass tubr. We will send a trial pietage to any one free for his name and address. ITaI ul,nt inn lll ir wIiak ,.,, ,. 11 then take a Stuart Diapcnsia Tablet and see how you will digest that mnl In n short time your stomach wilt hav a natural supply of gtstrlc Inlets am) your whole sstem will be able lo taU tale of digestion easily Ask anv druggist about Stuart's Dya pepsla Tablets. His answer will tel mora ttnn c can sav. Ask hlrr, how thei sell. It you want to buy then give him Doc Hut If A on want to test thetn write us and vnu will leeelie a trial package bv mull without cost Ad dress F. A Stuart Co , 15 Stuart Hldx Marshall. MIch.-AdU. fi j i T. R. Calls Enemies Of Defense Wicked Denies Charge That He Would Class Christ With the Mollycoddles. TACOMA. Wash.. Dec 1 "An ab horrent piece of wickedness and folly," ta the way Colonel Itoosovclt classes the position of a man who believes a courr- try should not "prepare Itself to defend Its vital honor and Interest by force of artns." Roosevelt mode the statement In a let tei rrcelicd today hy Albort E. Joab. of Taeoma, In which tho colonel makes hot denial of a charge by William J. llrvaa. that tho ex-President would "class i nnsi wim tne mollycoddles." Itooscvelfa letter states that the man who refuses to ncee.pt the doctrine of preparedness toe his country "can be ac cepted as sincere and honest only If ha Is willing to announce that he believes that In prlvato life a man should not forcibly try to crcvent his wife's face from being slapped or his daughter from being outraged." Houseboat in River Ransacked by Thieves Tlileies rsnsarkcd a houseboat be longing to Thomas A. C'hlsotn, of 3CIT O street northwest, during tho Inst two weeks, according to a report made to the pollen tod.ij. The craft Is anchored Just above the "Threo Slaters" In tho Potomac liver A giaphophnnn, a quantity of tools, elec tric equipment, fishing tackle nnd household effects to tho value of !'J were taken To Examine for Carrier. Tho Civil Service Conunlbsloii has an nounced Hint ("cainlnitlons will he held Januar) 8 nt Washington ur.il Alexan dria to fill the position nf i ural an lei at Lorton, Vn COMMONWEALTH UflTri OPPOSITE STATE HOUSE nUltL BOSTON, MASS. INC. Offers looms with hot nnil cold water for $1 per tiny and up, which includes free use of public shower baths. NOTHING TO EQUAL THIS IN NEW ENGLAND. Rooms with pnvnte baths for $1.50 per day and up; suites of two rooms and bath for $4.00 per day and up. DINING ROOM and CAKE First-Class European Plan. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF. iStonc (loots; nothing wood but r . J ilie uui, Strictly a Temperance Hotel SEND FOR BOOKLET ST0RER F. CRAFTS, Gen Mgr. Your Credit Is Good For Christmas Gifts And our stock is more extensive than in ny previous yer. Visit our bifc store and aee the big values in Watches, Diamonds, Jew elry, et., on credit. Everylhinj; Purchased Here Engrared Free. Salld Hold si et Itlnir. lust the thloK fin the boy. $2 Up wflaaESwiMflfT' Itrst Qnndraplr Miter CoMti, rtxh i.nl Mirror rt. V.n graved Free. $3.50 up (lid (laid Masonic Kaa lens Charaa. IhnMems for II other or tirs at samt Pll e Solid (told Cltcnr fatter. $2.50 Up Ulther polish ed or ltoman. llnpravcd free. $7,50 mg fiold-micit Hrucelrli nest pattern, KUaranteed nnd with safety attachment, $3.00 Up Starlit: Mnnd Quad r uplo sllvei perfei t irlrroi, good quality brush. 'omplete, 15. Mail Ordera Promptly Filled and Delivered by Parcel Pott mim'JwSm 7ii rfyiitt HtV Haffl V ilW MI1riaaiaala Sol.d Onld Mnd llnfjravctl or l'njrlue '('uined Ten Knlfel oi)d steel J Cft ' I1 blades tUtlfilU Scarf Pin $3.50uP -; V el prettv and set with full-tut. htlllliint dlspiond Wntilemnr huliii 'nld tilled, with pietty sold shell Cjr lir knife aliacheil . 5t 3& $15()$15 yjfess, Ladles' ST Men's W wS l HoXFjffiV w i Scarf Pii $5 up BlKinorWaltham Watch . Till t Ithel elltli in in oi ludv 111 'ii tnr Kold-tllled imhi Qentlcninn's or Ladies' Model $15 I'nlque ileslkn lVi- stone cttlne, une a blilllaiu dia- liiond liold-rillril llnby Mriieelrl, with sufely iittHcliinenl. $1.00 Up 50c Up llnliy's iullil Misnet ItliiK. KiiiMd Fin i:n- l.atiilllcrr 1-diup 1Ih, set with I hi " billliant illiinHiuil'", c uniplete $10 Up We eurrr nil rleiitve nnd beiiiillf ill ' stock nf Mlverivnre, can iiisllim of siiimn, knie ami frk. trujs. iliiuulnlr el. etc., nlsn l.svnlllrrrs. I'niurjis. I.nekets, nnd ( linllls, (Ihsi-t'ullrrs, etc, l ie , lilt prlics nnd on llmr. .Open Saturday Night Until lO o'clock . ,. !, r.-, hiiiI .,ileliinn nlll cull "Ilk im.ilrlr I Inr r SmiiDles. Seabridge Jewelry Go. 802 F Street W. W. "You'll Do Better at HIRSH'S" You Can Buy Sensible. Xmas Gifts at HIRSH'S Ninth Special Sale of Stylish Shoes for Men, Women and Children As these sales continue, the values we offer grow greater. You can well afford to come from any section of the city or suburbs the havings are nothing short of remarkable Men's Stylish and Excellent Quality IMPERIAL SHOES $ Vyj jHii Another Wonderful Offer for The Women of Washington! $-1.69 stMm ?4&f$3. M a llVl ft ?li aW 0TSbbb Eveiy Pair Genuine $2.50 Value You'll agree that values like .these have never before been offered at such a phenom enally low price. In Patent Colt and Gun Metal, with Black and Gray Tops Button or Lace", Gun Metal in Button or Lace with Black and Gray Cloth Tops: Vici Kid styles; white stitching, laces, plain toes and tips; also some perforated tips. Long or short vamp with two-inch Louis Leather heels; also kid tops. Here's a special that's worth $3.50 of any man's money yet we offer it for a dollar less! Better order two or more pairs at this very special price ! Stylish new English models, hand sewed, in new mahogany, Tan, Gun Metal, Patent Colt; both Button and Lace styles with Cloth Tops; blind eyelets, low heels and broad shanks; also in conservative styles. These shoes are style creators and leaders nf individuality. Mt,A? JeWj''yfjBreeLy Comfortable House Slippers for Men & Women t. Women's Felt Juliets. Ninth Special Sale price, 98c Women's Ribbon Trim med Juliets; colors black, (tray, brown, and red. $1.50 value. Ninth Spec ial Sale price. 98c Women's Felt Slippers; plush trimminRs: leather soles. Ninth Special Sale price, 49c Men's Tan and Black Everetts; $1.25 values. Ninth Special Sale price, 98c Men's Opera Slippers; black nnd tan; with patent trimmings; turned soles. $1,50 value. Ninth Spec ial Sale price, 98c Men's Black and Tan Romeos. $1.75 values. Ninth Special Sale price, $1,39 P5 aW" T Misses' & Children's Shoes "tjkuffler Kootfoim model for inl5p' anil lillilron. St Hull and durable Mut ton or blucher xl'Ies. Oood. car welt, tan ol blneu, Miilh nei'lnl snl' Prlceni .Sli-s ML. lo .. ,.I.9S Flzei 8'3 tn 11 ai.UU girt 5 10 8 (1.40 Mlcnen' nnd Chll.lrrn'ii Patent and (lun Metal .Shoei", Comfor table, ilreiny and Horvlceable. Kid "il lilmk i loth topn. Mn Hi Special nlr l'rlrem Sizes 111, to 2 Mil .Slns Ma to It l-l .Sien D to 1 ai.m S Bronze and Kid GYPSY BOOTS $3.50 Values We'le offeiiiiK Hie ultra-fali-lonable llipny Hool model at a )Ulie tliat lepreiienU an actuol vavlnRH of Jl.Or. on each pall In bronrt' nn.l blaiK inlcuui kid ml patent roll HuUOu and lacu t5le8. Atti.u-tlvo nioilcU und all uiien and vvlthi. Ninth Special Sale Price $2.45 Boys' Shoe .A-iJam io' i:iib- lluli Shoes of nandnomii apnea ranca and wearing like Iron vn exceptional value. Ninth ripeclal' "ale Tike 1.95 Hu tnout Shot A boon to parent) In tun or black KUoi 1 to J'r UoyuUih . 2 50 Ninth ?-pp-i'IhI Sit lo Price, $1.95 LeDrolt Bulldlne Over New Stullon G Poslofflce Boys' School and Dress Shoes T h i yiAient" w ho il i in u u il itvle, lumtort, ml weni, cou pled with low in lees Ir. theii lioy)' ihni vv 111 I'nu their v.'IIk amph i".illi!ed In thlH M-oc lu both I'minii ami Hliiclv-t itvlen. Mam .' to S' i. ie(,ulni i;.ii value Ninth Special Sale Price . . $1.49 T7T 1? T? I Box of Candy with Every Pair I? IVllfllf. of Children's School Shoes r H IRSHS SHOE STORES 1026-28 7th St.N. W. Between K and L Washington's Fastest Growing Shoe House "Hard knocks' : Boys' School Shoes Here's a shoe that's especially defiirable for winter weather, for it .stiinds the strain under all . conditions. Worth $1.50. Ninth Special Sale price, -v I 98c