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'THE WASHINGTON TIMES; THURSDAY, JANUARY 277 1916."
formal claims tor Indemnity, llo was
Informed by tho department that tno
claims would Do prqaocuted vigorously,
It being agreed that tho Indemnity asK
c In inch caao should bo 110,000.
Secretary, of War QarrlBon today
gavn out the following' dispatch from
If Oneral Kunaton at Brownsville, Tex.:
1 -Wo have received tno following
report irom major wnuersun, jwihui
Cavalry, from subdlstrlct Mercedes,
timed 8 p. m.: . . ..
" 'Four men, Battery D, Fourth Fiell
Artillery, swam across the Rio
Grande while stripped In bathing' In
the river at Prpgreso about 3:S0 p. m.
today. Two were mado prlsbners by
three Mexicans with rifles and taken
back Into Interior from river. -Other
two mon from battery swam back:
some two or threo shots fired at them
" "Lieut. J. b, Mort, commanding bat
tery, with, Lieutenants Peyton and
Waldron, with about fourteen men of
1'attcry D and ono man of the Twelfth
Cavalry, crossed river about three-quarters
6f an hour later, went abotit threo
quartcrs of a mile back Into the In
telor fiom river, scarchod two houses,
did not find comrades. They were fired
upon 'ten or twelve times by men In
brush. They remained on other side
bout ono hour. When they returned
the crossing was covered by our m"
n bank of this side, who fired some
Sno shots. None of our men killed or
" 'The following men wcro drowned
while swimming to the other side!
" 'Sergt. Owen Clements, Corporal Mi
chael F. King, Private Harry A. Rohde.
These threo men are of Battery B,
Fourth Field Artillery.
'"Private Charles D. Wilton-Best,
Troop A, Twelfth Cavalry.
Bodies Not Recovered.
" 'All bodies wero carried away by
swift, muddy current, and not yet re
covered. Search being made.
V ' 'The following men still In hands of
Mexicans on other side: Private Will
iam C. Wheeler, Private Blggo Peterson,
Battery r, Fourth Field Artillery.
"Colonel Blocksom lias urdered
Mcutenants Mort, Peyton anc. Waldron
to bo placed In arrest, end Captain
McBroom, Twenty-eighth Infantry, uaj
been placed In command of camp. I
have directed Colonel Plururcr, Twenty-eighth
Infantry, to send ono of hla
Held officers to Investigate. Mr. Garza.
Mexican consul, lias been Informed of
exact contents of Major Anderson'3
telegram and of an est vt three of
ficers concerned. He has gone to
Malamrras to Inform the commanding
general there and to ask that Immedi
ate search bo mado for Privates Whoe'
er and Peterson. Mexicans on tho
other sldo wcro not In uniform."
Three U. S. Officers Are
Under Arrest in Texas
For Invading Mexico
BROWNSVILLE. Jan. 27.-L!eut. J.
E. Mort. commanding Battery D,
Fourth Field Artillery, and Lieuts. Pay
ton and Waldron, of the same detach
ment, wcro under arrest In Progreso,
Tex., today, because they arc alleged to
have led fourteen of their men Into
Mexico 'to rescue two American soldiers
who were captured by Mexicans. They
were arrested on orders of Major Gen
oral Funston, who reiterated that he
had Issued specific ordeis that no sol
(I er should cross Into Mexico under nny
tlrcumstances. A field officer from Mis
sion. Tex,, has relieved Mort.
Mexican and Amor can military offi
cials were making every effort today to
prevent clashes between United States
i and Carranzista troops as the result of
four American soldiers losing their lives
late yestirday in an attempt to rescue
two other.- who hi been nrietcd bv
Mexicans. - The sold lorn were drowned
while trying to swim the Klo , Grande
'J he dead are:
Scrgt. Owen L. Clements.
f-'orp. Michael F. King.
Private Marry A. Rhode.
Private Chailcs Wlltenbest.
Four soldiers of a detachment of the
Fourth Field Artlllerv stationed at
J'rogtcso, twenty-seven miles above here,
Mt'ic bathing In the river yeateiday
hen a bjitid of Mexicans appeared on
the oppostf bank. They are said to
have ordered them to cross over. Two
obeyed, leaving their clothes on the
A relief oat :y was organ zed by four
teen soldiers. They swum the Rio
rnnde under a cross-fire by Mexicans
end Amorlc'1118, but none was Inluicd.
They searched two houses on the Mexl
an side, but found no traces of Pri
vates William C. Wheeler and Uiago
Pederson. the nier taken by the Mexi
cans. On their leturu they were again
fired on by Mexicans.
Colonel Julnlinilla, Carranza com
mandant nt Mntatnoras. in the abs"nec
of Genervl rtiieaut, on rccc pt of a re
port from Kunston, Immediately te.e
si.iphod the Carranza commandnnt at
rtlo Brnvo, nine miles south of 1'ro
ptfMi. to ,end a detachment of troops
to Wheelers and Pederson's rescue.
Ptinston ti reported to have said that
the icsponsibillty for the incident an
pnrentlv vested on the American side.
'.s he had j;lvon strictest orders for no
f-oldler in i-ross the boundnry under any
Miss Gets License;
Youth Cancels It
Whether or not a demure nlneteen
veai -old miss exceeded her lean vear
in '-locative vesterdaM when she ob
tained a license to culminate the slncle
nlcMcdncss of a twcntv-vear-old vouth.
wes the (iiiestion which arose at "Cu
lld' counter" at the court house todav
whin the vtmiig man returned the
"When I wand a M-ense to ect mnr
rkd I'll cot It mvself!"" exc'alrned tho
e iicntlv much embarrassed male In
dliiuntlv. 'Colonel" Kroll who lsues th
licenses to th'-fle hcit on tnt"flnir t'e
st,te of mntrlmonv looV-cd tin from fie
roster of thooe alreadv riveted In the
lmndi of tnarrlace and a seore en mnr"
of those bent on having the knot'tlcJ
latei In t(,e (1V.
All rluht. !r. T'M cancel I' for vou."
volunteered the 'colonel." "You linow.
we don't want to make anyone dD this
at n I nst hs will."
I told her last nltht th-f I d'dn't
clve her nermhslon to eet thl" H'-e s'
end that she had no rlaht to do It." said
t'i vouncr mon. as the "colon 5l" nou"ad
"M on the trouhled waters by runnlig
hi' Per, several tlmts ac-oss t te He mis''.
"Kven a man ctm chance his nlnd in
cili'li matteis." remarked a memb'i' of
the bar as tho vounc man departed
from the office.
THE WEATHER REPORT.
The forecast for tho District of Co
lumbia Uoncrall i Imiilv and continued
vwii m ton'glit and Kilday. with prob
nld.v in ciisloiuil lain. .Modcnito soutli
Miirvlmid Ueneiii'ly cloudy and on
tinned warm tonight and Friday, with
probably on dhloual in In. Jlodeiate
iKiutherly winds, ,
iiglnia Gcnernlly cloudy and con
tinued warm tonight and Fridav; prob
nbl local ruins. Moderate southerly
(U. 8, Bureau.)
R a. m , c
! a. in C8
in a. m , ft
11 a m , ce
12 noon 6R
1 m CO
High tide at litis a. m. and 12:M p. m.
Low tide at 6MT a. m. and T:t" p. m.
Tun roie at. 7:D1 Sun ets Ht SI"
Light automubllc lamps at i.i3 p, ni.
FAMILY Pffl n
IN TRIPLE TKDY
r, ' ' ' '
Insurance Man Crushes Skull of
Wife and Daughter, Jumps
From Hotel Window.
NEW YORK, Jan. 27.-Havlnr killed
his wlfo and daughter by crushing their
skulls with a hatchet and ax, Nathan
Pullman, a former Insurance agent, end
ed his life here today by leaping from
tho third-story window of a Third, ave
nue hotel. Tho bodies of Mrs. Pullman
and Mrs. Gertrude Batell, tho daughter,
were found In the latter's homo several
hours after Pullman had told a relative
his wife was HI, and then disappeared.
The tragedy followed a family reunion,
which was marked by exchanges of
presents, a theater party and other fes
tivities. Relatives and friends of the
family could find no explanation for It.
It Is believed, however, that Pullman
suddenly became Insane.
Pullman appeared at the hotel late
yesterday, about an hour after the time
the murders are believed to have been
committed. Though he registered as
"Mr. Jones and wife," explaining that
his wife would arrive later, no woman
After Dlunelnsr from the hotel window.
Pullman was hurried to the Flower
Hospital. He died within a few min
utes. Several Incoherent notes were
found In his pocket. Three of them
contained the quotation: "The wages of
sin Is death!"
One note said:
"I wish they should not worry over
these two because the ones I am ad
dressing are better off without them."
In the hotel room the police 'found a
note reading: "Good-by. Ta-ta every
body. I guess I'll make good. I am
going away on a long Journey." Tho
note was1 not signed.
Wife Slayer to Join Parents in
Porto Rico Wants to Live
NEW VORK. Jan. ST. Porter Charl
ton, the American who was released
from prison In Italy last November
after serving twenty-nine days for kilt
ing hl wife at Lake Como. In 1!'0. re
turned from Naples on the Italian liner
America, and will leave for San Juan.
Porio R'co. next Saturday, to Join his
He was mat at Quarantine by J. W.
Johnston, treasurer of the Western
Kleotrlc Company, of Wl West street,
who traveled on the L'nltcd States rev
epuu cutter from the Battery to board
the farmer on a pass from the col
lector of the port, made out In the hime
of ox-Judge John Palmier!, t Was
slated that Mr. Johnston had financed
Porte- Charlton since ho left prison In
November, rnd had made arrangements
for selling tho story of his career to a
New York newspaper.
In a brief talk with the reporters out
side his cabin on the America, Porter
sa'd he was feeling well and was look
ing forward to seeing his parents In
"I have been through a great deal of
trouble," he said, "and wish now to
live It down. There Is nothing I can
add that has not already been prlnVd
In the newspapers regarding the trial.
I have no complaint to make about my
tieatment by the Italian off'ctals."
(Continued from First Page.)
some rction to' aid them In -rcMIng th
suff-age amendment through Congress.
"It mav be. ladles, that my mind
w orks slowly," answered the Pres'dent.
"I have always felt that those thln?s
were most solidly built that were built
piece by piece, and I have felt that the
crenlus of our polltlcil development In
this coui'trv lav In the numbers of our
States rnrf In the vcrv clear definition
if the dlffe-ence of Speve between the
State and Federal governments.
Has Not Yet Actcr.
'Wh"n I Inst saw some of you 1
nrom sed I would take nloisure In re
ferring t'ds question to nv fr'euds and
co'learu'-s '.n C"in"fPRs. I confess th"t
have not done this. Thi Is becnuse
I have felt that other matter, of legli
In'lon we-e of such Importance that
hev should tnVe precedence I believe
I was tl"'t In fnlji i heven't forstetten
the pirmlse I m-de 't tt tlne. how
ever rni I rcr n'nl" "Vnll not."
s. Pl.., 0f ji,e nuffr-"j st then at
eino'ert to miicMo'i P'e President fur
ther, p.,rt he wjthd-ew.
Th" Chief Executive arrived here nt
s o'clcck and hu bus- dav 'n the cam
nalm for defense hesan shnrtlv afte-hreBkf-"it.
He will deliver several
Order Condemnation for
Calvert Street Extension
The Commissioners yesterday ordered
that condemnation proceedings be In
uttMi'ed fijr the extension of Calvert
ptroet hetwe'en Conneetlent n venue nnrt
Cleveland avenue, of Cleveland avenue i
between Twentv-nlnth treet and '
Thirty-first place, and of Twenty
eighth and Twenty-n'nth streets -at
their Inter.-vtlou with the proposed
extension of Calvert street.
The Improvements were ordered on
recommendation of Surveyor M. C
Mazen. The extensions are In ac
cordance w'l'h the highway plar.
Readings At .Church.
Headings by Mrs. Maud McLe.n Fer
guson were the principal features of
n entertainment at Foundry M. K.
Church last nlcht. underthe auspices. of
the Havwood Sunday school class.
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Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUI
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on box. -Oc Advu
B A I : K N N W YORK
nutrn vvusun nomes
Society Begins Work
Arrival of John Ihlder, Executive
Secretary, Followed By
TO BUILD MODEL HOUSES
Eftort Will Be Made to Take
Enterprise .Out of Field of
'With the arrival In Washington this
week of John Ihlder, newlv elected
executive secretary of the Ellen Wil
son Homes Association, the work of
raising funds, settling upon a site,
and planning for the erection of a
block of model dwellings In vhls city
Announcement lias Just been made
of the of fleets of the association, In
corporated by act of Congroju. March
A, 1915. Mis. Archibald. TlSpklns Is
president and those who will assist
liter In carrying "out the work are Mrs
I J. Borden Harrlman, first vlcoypresl
ident, Surgeon Gen. William' C. Gor-
pas, U. a A., second vice president.
Corcoran Thorn, treasutcr. Miss Clara
Farrar-Smlth, seoretavv ; Miss Abble
B. McCammon, assistant secretary,
and Mr. Ihlder, esecutlve secretary.
Tho plan for the building of the
model dwellings originally designed
rlmply as a memorial to the work of
the late Mrs. Mien Wilson was start
ed by the District section. womnn'J
department. National Civic Federa
tion. Has Tnkcn Wider Scope.
With the devejopment of ;h project
It has taken a much wider scope, and
It Is hoped to mako It one of na
Mr. Ihlder, who was field secretary ot
tho National Housing Association, has
taken up the work with a view of mak
ing the Washington experiment a model
I for other cities which are looKlng abou;
ior a memou oi impruvuiK iiuubwik ui.i
ditlons. Two points are emphasized by Air.
Ihlder in the project tor the biock ot
model homes here. They are:
Ihe social value ot good dwellings in
to be demonstrated. The dwellings murfi
not only benefit those who live In them.
out thev must be shown to be a beneiu
to the city.
The Investment must pay a fair re
turn: not a high lincrest on a, specula
tive security, but a small return on a
sennd and stable securit).
Both points are designed to take the
build ng of good dwe'llngs for the day
'aborer and small wage earner out of
the f.eld of philanthrophy and put it
into the field of business. In fixing upon
the return to be oaid the examples of
the Washington Sanitary Improvement
Company and of the Washington Sani
tary Houilng Company have been fol
lowed. The Investors will be limited to
a return of i per cent. t
Wider Range of Investors.
Ry this plan a wider range of In
vestors Is secured. Many of the model
dwcl'lng projects which were not de-
i signed to pav fell through because the
' Interest of the ph'Ianthroplsts lapsed.
, and new projects of that sort were de-
Criticises President and Bryan
Personally in Violent Speech
In a violent attsck on the AdmlnlMra
tlon's Mexican twlicy President Wilson
and former .ceeretarv of State Bryn
were personallv criticised tndav by
Concressman Humohrev of Washington.
The President was oletured as "scholar
dreamer, and theorist." Brvan wss re
ferred to as "a great nreachcr of Chau
tnunua peace at most anv cish nrlce."
The Administration's "dlscouracing
and hnmlllatlnc oollcv'ln Mexico" was
c'etlared resn-nsible for the recent mur
der of ATcilcnns. '
"Our nollcv In Mexico hs aimed us
the rontemnt of the woild nnd his
cnatlv IntHienced werrlnc nations of
Kt'iopp l'l their nresent attitude toward
us" said llumnhrev "The vPrcslden"s
policv Is chnracterUed bv weakness un
ceilai.ity. vaclllatidfc. nnd uncontrollable
desire to intermeddle. He has not the
courage to to to Mexico, nor the cour
age to Htev out .
War Declared On Hucrta.
Humph j.y said wur was declared by
the President on Huerta. but "the
trampling of our (lag in the dust was
such an ins'gnltlcant trifle that It left
no Impression on the panderous Intel
lect of the gieat preacher of Chautau
qua peace at almost any cash price."
"The flag-saluting episode was but a
mere pretext, eagerly sought, to in
vudo Mexico and drive out Huerta."
said Humphrey. "Our Mexican fiasco,
discrediting and humiliating as It was,
taught us nothing, for we still Inter
meddled and lnterfe-ed.
"Then the Administration permitted
Can ana to send sold crs and ammuni
tion thiough Amolran erri oi-v to bo
ibed against Villa. This acjpn 's be
lieved i csi i nslhel fui tlfe i count
Curling Iron Kills rMr;
New Method Improves It
Many a woman loses the silky, fluffy
und brilliant appearance of her hair
through habitual use of the hot curling
iron. Certainly it can do the hair no.
good to dry up its natural oil, ajngo
the life out of It. making It harsh,
brittle and dull. And there's no excuse
for continuing the use of that destruc
tive instrument, now that we know
what can bo accomplished by applying
pin in liquid sllmerlpe.
The use of this harmless product
really presfrves the life, lustre and
beauty ofnhe hair, and the curly and
wftvy effect Is perfectly natural look
ing 'and most captivating. If yoti'vo
never tried It, by all means procure a
few ounces from your druggist and uso
enoi'gh lo moisten your hair from root
to tip putting 1t on with a clean tooth
brush. The liquid s"mcrlne Is neither
gumm.v nor greasy but ijuUe pluaiu to
POLICY ON MEXICO
(52P & - & llth
Above CORCORAN TII0M.
Below SURG. GEN, WILLIAM C.
GORGAS, U. S. A.
pendent upon finding some one with
money to sink .l these enterprises.
Hut If the proju'.t of tin- Kllen Wlt
con Homes Comtiany li cairled out It
will serve as .in example- l whi'i
t-linllar dwellings mnj ne piovided in
rvciy oily, and peit-ona with mon
to Invent may be asked to take do
in them with the assurance of a sleail..'
H"rt lixed i etui n.
To the list of illiei'tors ot ihe en
terprise hits been added t!ie nam. of
Mrs. Grace V. Ulcknell. The o.lfir
rfiro-tors nr- Mi. William Cummin-:
Stnrv, Mrs. Joseph limar. tffantoti .
Pee'lc. Oen. W. - Got gas. M'ss Jtllla
C Uthmn Mrs. .1. Xola Mi-OMI M
luth ('. Wal'ace. Mts, Rlchrrd Wu'n
rloht, MIj-s Clan Knrrir-Smith. Mm.
i v i' , i np Mi nne Moi
gan, II. K. Wllla-.d. Mrs Al'iam Sl'non.
.. .i. 1'art.ons and M'S. Arcliilald l-?-
tracedv wheie rlitern merlcans vveie
killed one of tl-o nioft nuel and un
piovoke.l nvi'idcrs Hint eci took pbico
In that land of tlool and a sasflua
lion "We make a tremendous bluster about
the killing of American cilmui.s up ..
V'e hlsh sias. and nil the a'r with the
umult of minv tvpewrltcrs. Rut we
have looked with equanlm'ty unfits' urb
ed while hundredn "' Aree-'en bo"
u"n purposely foully murdered In
"The whole nollcv of the Prssldent
has been one of mcdi'llng between f"c
tlons, of secret T'' "' - '
a:cnts i-eprcsontlng the President per
snnnltv. A ;,iod bed
the Caesars and the Hmperor of China.
Pitiless publicity has given wav to pri
vate secrer negotiations inrougn per
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The Treatment of
influenza or La Grippe
Jtii quite refreihlnBtheiedaystoread
of a clearly defined treatment for Influ
enza or La Grippe, In an article Jn .the
Lancet-Cltnlo." Dr. James Bell, ot New
York City, says he Is convinced that too
much medication Is both unnecessary
When railed to a case of la grippe, the
patient Is usually seen wheu the fever Is
present, as tbe chljl which occasions y
ushers In the disease, bai practically
passed away. Dr. Bell then orders that
tbe bowels be opened freely with salts,
Actolds" or citrate of magnesia. For
tbe high fever, severe headache, pain
and ceneral soreness, one antl-famnla
tablet every threo bourn i Quickly fol
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gtlit, k Kouihenil at Htf !-? brids
' auumahil iui i ao4 D aia, up.
Alabaman Announces He Is
Against President's Plan and
May Lead Fight.
Senator 1'nderwood, author of tho
Underwood tariff bill, today announced
J his opposition to 'resident Wilson's
, plan for a tariff commission. He inti
mated nis opposition would bo active.
Uonylng ihat ho considered the Presi
dent's plav an attack on his revenue
measure, he said ha thought there was
plenty of Government machinery .now
to gather such Information as the Presi
dent has said he wants.
Bcnator Underwood said "circum
stances would dictate" how determined
his opposition would be. It is believed,
The Basement Store Friday
of fine willow,
with wooden bot
tom, and well
gar, u u d
Cocoa Door Mats
OtCincbCi liC inches OC
Sad Irons. 3 in
set. with han
dle and stand.
!1 g ti a r a n teed one
i IB Inches high;
g white cunmcl. rub-
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1 .PUUIll M SUGAI
1 The Sunday Evening Times!
however, he Is not prepared, .Hko , Con
gressman Kltchln.to smother his own
objections and allow' tho passage or the
bill without making a contest.
Youth Admits False 4
Sweariijg- For License
Thomas N. Nuijkols,, Jr., eighteen,
pleaded guilty when arraigned before
Chief Justice Covington In Criminal
Court today on a charge of perjury,
Nuckola Is charged with having given
his age as twenty-two when applying to
Col. William A. Kroll, the marrlago li
cense clerk for a license several days
ago. Tho probation officer of tho Dis
trict Supreme Court will Investigate the
case with a view of recommending that
young Nuckols be placed on probation.
Engineers to Hear Talk
On Profession's History
The Knglnecrlng Society at George
Washington University will be addressed
on "The" History of Engineering." by
Prof. N. W. Dougherty, of the College
of Engineering. Wednesday night at
tho Sigma Nu fraternity house.
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to hang on wall,
all wood, and well
Folding, with 6
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