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E WASHINGTON TI3JLES. VvlSDNESDAY. JAMJAKY 26, 1910.
SENATE MAY ACT
Likely to Begin Shaping Up
Bills Before Military Com
mittee Next Week.
It looks now an If tha ftinate will
jrret ahead of thn House In tho con
Mdnratlcn of military legislation.
While the House, JMHtary Committee
la dragging along Its hearings and
no end 1a In sight. Senator Chantbor
laln, chairman of tho Senate commit
tee, Is'speedlng up and hopes to con
clude the hearings bo that the final
shaping up of tho measures before
his committee can be begun next
Were it not for the fact that tho
Senate defers to tho tradition that
permits the House to pass appropria
tion) measures first, the Senate could
take up tho military problem, which
thn Senate ccmmlttee will pats on
and dispose of It without watting for
However, some parts of the mllltarv
problem, such ns tho Federal pay bill
for the militia, can be disposed of
without wattling for the Houno. This
measure la not connected with thrt
army appropriation bill. Indications
re that tho Senate will not hold back j
for the Houso except as concernH
legislation that Is to accompany tha
nrmy appropriation bill. Measures In
dependent of tho appropriation bill, ,
according to tho present outlook.
rtobably will command attention in
the Seriate first.
Carnival Has Beoome One of
the Most Novel Social Events
in the South.
TAMPA, Fla., Jan. M. American and
lifttln residents of this city and .sec
tion are completing arrangements for
holding: their annual Gasparllla carni
val, which In recent years has develop
ed Into tho most novel mld-vlntor so
cial' event of the South, and one that
draws visitors from many States and a
number of foreign countries, rho dates
of the next Carnival aro February 4 to
12. and railroads and stcamsnlp lines
offer reduced rates from all sections In
honor of the season of merrymaking.
Jn all features the carnival will be moro
brilliant than those of former years.
Novel social functions win do given In
tourist hotels and American and for
eign clubs, and fully 100,000 people,
many In costume, will appear In tho
Varied features, Including allegorical
and historical pageants and street danc
ing at night on bay-bordering boule
In- addition to the carnival features
a subtropical fair will be held In the
most centrally located ' exposition,'
grounds in mo united' states, tneso be
Ing In Tampa's principal residence dls
trlct and within a throe-minute walk
from the principal business street.
Twenty counties of southern Florida,
nuo me isiana or Juoa, will be repre
sented in the exhibition departments
and hlgh-clasa harness and running
races will be a dally feature. Up-to-date
amusement attractions, such as
are presented at the leading exposi
tions, have been contracted for, but
nothing that Is even slightly oftenslvo
win De allowed in tne city.
The carnival derives Us name from
Don Jose Gasparllla, a Spanish pirate
who lnfestod the gulf coast of Florida
more than a century ago, and the
scenes presented are Inspired by his
romantic and tragic life and tho ex
periences of treasuro seekers who have
for generations made futile efforts to
recover vast quantities or gold that
Oasparllla's crew is said to havo buried
on and near Gasparilta Island, now
sl of the port of , Boca Grande. It Is
held at the height of the tourist sea
son, when thousands are visiting Flor
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BRITAIN PLANS TO
SAVE THE PEERAGE
"SpeciarRemainders" for Suc
cession on Female Side May
LONDON. Jnn. R (by null). A pro
posal Ik being considered In tho hitrhest
quarter to rrovhle nvnlnst thn extinc
tion of British peerages by tho opera-
Uons of tho wnr.
One pvvjf v.ltlH.uil nil heir, Iord Kes-
. to'ven. already has liocn killed In notion
! and several heirs to peerages, Including
I those of Iord Llucolmhlre and Lovd
Klliblcsdalc, l.nvu lallon, leading no
heirs (o succeed them. H Is constdrred
ixjsalble that flops toon will be taken
to croate "special remainders" for sue
cofolnn to llllen from tho female !de
fix titles havo beinmc extinct sa far
during tho war. At tho beginning of
rdii ther wro Kl hereditary peers In
tho United Kingdom.
Walter Gingell to Be .
Given a Hearing Today
Walter Gingell. in tho rear of whose
homo In Twenty-eighth street the police
say they, found an outfit for counter
feiting small Coins, will be given a
hearing before United States Commis
sioner Anson B. Taylor late today.
Gingell, who the pollco say Is a
metal worker and electrician, was ar
rested by Sergeant J. Wlllard Greene,
of the Third precinct, at a moving Pic
ture house, where Greene says GingeU
had passed spurious coin. Secret Serv
ice operatives called Into the case,
declare they found the counterfeiting
tool at Glngell'a homo yesterday.
Admiral George Dewey Camp, No.
7, Spanish War Veterans, will meet
on Friday evening to Install officers.
Walchinp "RabbitV jump. In front
seat, left to right SYLVANUS
STOKES, JR., and THOMAS
MORGAN, JR. In the rear seat
arc MISS RUTH HITCHCOCK
and MISS BLANCHARD SCOTT.
Ralph Coffin, riding his high Jumper
"Rabbit," leaped over a six-cylinder
automobile yesterday afternoon during
an exhibition of Jumping at the horse)
show grounds, at Eighteenth and D
Mr. Coffin tool; his horse over the
hood of the machine. In the car at tho
time were sealed Mrs. V. Sinclair
BourT, Miss Ruth Hitchcock, Miss
Jilar.chard Scott, Thomas Morgan, Jr.,
and Sylvanus Stokes, Jr., who owns tho
"RaDblt" Is a horse who has done
much .trick Jumping at shows nil ever t
tho country. .Mr. coffin has taken blue
ribbons with him and with other horses
at the Washington und New York liorso
sh'owH. Mr. Coffin was persuaded to
perform the feat by tho motion plcturo
D. A. R. Plan Reception.
Plans for a reception which will be
tendered to ail local chapters of. tho
:auBhtnrs of the American Revolution.
r.t the Rnlnich. Monday. wto discussed '
fit i meeting of Columbia Chapter Inst,.
, niglu, at wnicn in rci-m, .'irn. v.iirrie:
S. I Iyer, presided. Mr. Flora Bt-ell
Ulinplnlii Grimes addressed the mee'.-
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Red Cross Workers Caught by
Onrushing Armies When
Serbia Was Invaded.
Victor M. Anderson.
Funeral services for Victor M. Apdcr
.n' Ch2. ,,ed .vestorday, aged fifty,
will bo held tomorrow at 2:30, at tho
thapel of Frank Ocler'a Sons. 1113 Sev
enth street northwert. Interment will
he made in Roclc Creek Cemetery.
Mrs. John Demarzo.
Funeral service for Mrs. John
Eemarzc, who died Monday, were held
today at her lato residence, ISM Sev
enth street northwest. Interment was
in kock creek Cemetery.
Frank Forster, Sr.
Funeral services for Frank Forster,
,' wh died yesterday, at his reii
dence. m R street northwest, will bo
l'eld tomorrow at 2:30 o'clock. ;
Miss Mary C. Hickey.
Funeral services for Mies Mary
Catherine Jllckoy. who diccl Monday,
will be hold at her late residence, to
morrow at 8:30 o'clock, tJierw to SI.
Paul's Catholic Church whero requlom
mass will be celebrated at 3 o'clock.
Mary J. Safford.
Funeral services for Marv J. Safford.
who died Monday at the family resi
dence, 1308 R str.ift northwest, were
held today. Interment will be in
Mrs. Sophie A. Stutz.
Funeral servicer for Mrs. Sophie A.
Stutr. widow of l.ouls F. Sluts who
died Monday In nshlngton. Pa., aged
sixty-two years, wore hold in tho
chapel at Qlenwood Cometory, with
the Rev. Doorman officiating;
Miss Elsie May Minder.
Funeral services for Mss Elsie Mas
Minder, daughter of Jacob and Daisy
Minder, who died yesterday, acred six
teen years, win no neiu nt the resi
dence of her parents. 713 Twentloln
treet northeast, tomorrow at 2:3u
''clock.' Interment will be made in
Richard P. Quivers.
Funeral sorvlce for Richard Pres
ton Quhers, who died Monday, aged
ninety-five years, will be hold at his
late rssHonce 823 Dolawn.ro avenue
southwest, tomorrow at 1 o'clock.
Funeral services for Henry Wetzel,
Who died Monday, were held today at
his lato residence. 3371 P street north
nest, thence to Holy Trinity Church,
where requiem mass wajs celebrated.
ucnncnt was private.
The experiences of the Rod Cross
nurses In Serbia who were cauKht by
the onrushing armies and saw service
along the actual battle lines, am de
scribed by ono of the nurses In a letter
that has Just been received by tho
Red Cross Magazine. The nurse says
sho and her associates had been left
at Xlsh in charge of the hospital for
Serbian orphans, but when the armies
advanced on NMsh they became surgical
nurses for the wounded In battle.
They were actually on the firing lines
at times, and were called upon to do
all sorts of service. She says they were
offered an opportunity to retire to tno
rear, but declined, ns they believed it
to be their duty to stay with their hos
pital. . , ,
The Red Cross bureau of Information
announces it has been Informed that
mall addressed to that part of Poland
In the possession ot tne central row
era. haB been returned marked "N
GIRLS! TRY IT!
Every particle of dandruff
disappears and hair stops
Draw a moist cloth through
hair and double its '
beauty at once.
RALPH COFFIN anil His Mount, "RABBIT.'
Brightwood Body Meets.
The Hrlghtwood Park Citizens' Associ
ation will meet at 8 o'clock tonight lit
Van Horn Hall, Georgia avenue und
Longfellow street northwest
Mid-City Body to Dine.
The Mid-City Citizens' Association will
hold tt.M annual buffet supper and
smoker at K o'clock this evening at the
St. Jumcft Hotel
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HAVE TIHCK. WAVY. Sfr JKK
Next Saturday-January 29th
The Motor Shows Number
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abundant and appears as soft, lustrous
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moisten a cloth with a little Dandcr
lno and carefully draw It through your
hair, taking ono small strand at a
time. This will cleanse tho hair of dust,
dirt and excessive oil and In Just a few
moments you havo doubled the beauty
of your hair.
Desldcs beautifying the hair at once,
Danderlne dissolves every particle of
dandrufC, cleanses, purines und lnvlg
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ing and falling hair.
But what will pleaso you most will
bo after a few weeks' use when you
will actually seo new half line and
downy at llrst yes but really now
hair i;rowlng ull over tho scarp. If
you care for pretty, soft hair and lots
of It surely get a IS-cent bottlo of
Knowlton's Danderlne front any drug
gist or toilet counter, and just try it.
Have your hair! Beautify It! You
will say this was the best cents you
ever spent. Advt.
The only extra- fare train Chicago bs Atutefe
Limited toSisrtv persons
Mnfce your reservations,
will leave Dearborn Station, Chicago
Tuesdays, bfcginning January 4
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Washington, I). C.
Phone, Main 7377,
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