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'Wty?'t&rs; 20 THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 12; 1910, 0. C. RULERS FAVflR RETRIAL IS DENIED IN HAMMOND SUIT nppeat and fihtl hands for $.17,00? to net ns n si.i ctccillns. Altai ne McKlnney nnd Flannery nml Uuortre 1. Hcovr represent Air. Hammond, whllo Oltllnga and Cham berlaln are ntimnejw for Sully, Tho ftso hni already ljcen tried (wide, resulting the- fusf time lu n. dlsagroo .nent by the Jury..Ka)ly claims that Hammond v the n'ftroratlon of certain contracts wlln hlw, wilfully hurt Ills reputation ns a cotton expert. Quickest Service To Baltimore, Dal tlmora and Ohio every hour on tho hour, with Ufsand down town terminals, flats Saturdays and Sundaya.M.60. pther day $1.75 round trip. Advt Annie K. Parris Will Is Filed for 'Probate appointed executor of the estato, A sec ond codicil, dated November 1, 1915, leaves $3K dollars to each of five grand children, i 1 Ironworker Dies From Fracture of the Skull vi . - Coioncr Novltt will hold an Inquest to morrow over tho body of "Frank "U Ycarlok, fifty-six years ofd. an Iron worker f 810 New Jersey aVonile, Yearlcl fH ltj yesterday from tho first floor" of tho new Interior Depart ment building, nt Eighteenth and F streets .northwest. Ho was taken t6 Emergchcy Hospital with a fractured skull, and died seven hours later. Roosevelt Had Quiet Trip to West Indies NEW YOItK, March H.-Aslde from one mule, which died shortly after tho colonel got on tho ship, and the French steward who dropped Ills tray (n an army officer's lap when he entered a South, American banquet hall and heard tho ex-President making a speech in French, Theodora Ilooaevolt and his party had' an unoventful trip to tho West Indies. This is all, according to passengers who returned on the Quebec line steam ship Guiana, which took tho colonel south. ! UNDERTAKER BILL Justice Gould Sustains Judgment ' for $30,000, A motion by attorneys for JoJn Haja Hammond to act n'tlrio the prillct of UO.OflO returned sevcrut wcekt ngo In faor of Dnnlcl J, Sully, vho iuhl Hammond for $I,0,(v9, was denied b .Tustlco Gould In ho District Buprumo Court yesterday. Justlco Gould ordered the Judgment of $30,000 entered. Attorneys for the defendant noted nn y her will, dated July 1. 1S14, Annie K. Parr's, after dividing lier personal belongings among her threo children, leaves ,me-thlrd of her estate 'to' her daughter, fclslo Mny Parris, and one third to be divided among two-sons, Willis Pnrrls and Albion K. rti-rls, The remaining one-third Is left In trust with tho Union Trust Company, tho interest to be paid her daughter so long as sho remains unmarried. When she dies or should she marry thla part of tho estato Is to be divided among the two sous. By a codicil, dated Jan uary 7, 1915, Albion ,K. Parris, jr., Is Thorough Chiropody Half a century romforlln nrx fet means experience, warranting efflcltnt and productive amice No tnattrr what annoyance, ne m 111 itcoinplll) result. GEORGES fc SOU, Inc. CHmeroBirra 1214 F Stret NortkwtMt 'Approve .CaryMeasure Chang j: ing Statutes Relating to Df3p.6?ar of Bodies, ssp -JC5-- . U BSBBS" ' ' TODAY'S BEAUTY HINT ARCADE AUDITORIUM 14th St. & Park Road DANCING SKATING Every Evening at s:se Monday, Tncidaj 4c Thursday Ev'sa Tuesday nml l-'rtday Afternoon, T. A. WILIiAIin, Oen. Mgr. to LOANS HORNING lll rt niili anil of llllhuny l.rlJutl. Kr (Utomalill (rom vth and L) ii. n. r . ' Decttrjntf ii U no ijnusual for a cer tain clasa of undertakers to obtain pos session of a body and to 'hold It ngalnst the domands of persons lawfully en titled to Its custody In order to onforco payment of charges for remoyal and embalming, the Commissioner!! havo aent to Comrrcs a favorable report on tho Cary bill to amendf section 67b of the District code relating to tho dis posal of. bodies. The most 'important purpose 6t tho tm. tho Commissioners say, Is to sim plify present practices, thus affording persons encaged In the undertaking business relief from wholly unneces sary annoyances to -which the law now nubjects them and of which they rightly complain. Under tho proposed legl-datlon It will ha possible to prosecute criminally any ono who holds a body acnlnst the de raands of a person lawfully entitled to its custody; Removal Permit. Authorisation Is given the Health Of ficer to Issue a permit for tho removal of a body from one point to another In tho Dlstrfct wlUiout a death certificate from tho attending physician or coroner. Tho fact that under existing law", transfer permits must bo Issued upon the basis of the death certiflcato result, tho Commlssloncra Hay, In delay in the removal of bodies from place to place for embalming, and puts undertakers to considerable unnecessary troubla in ob taining such permits. The proposed law makes It necessary for the certifying physician to have seen the deceased within threo days prior to death. It is sufficient now It the certifying physician has seen the patient during his last Illness, which may have continued for a number of weeks, and possibly months. Reports To Coroner. It under the proposed legislation the attending physician has not seen the jiatlent within the prescribed time, the duty of certifying to tho cause of death devolves upon the coroner. , The Commissioners recommend an amendmrnt to provide for the issuance by responsible person connected with hospital and asylums of transfer per mits, whli h now aro Issued b the health Department. Personnel Changes in Commerce Department The Department of Commerce has announced the following changes In per sonnel: . Alfred M. Heinrelmann has been pro-; nationally appointed temporary labora tory assistant at $1,000 In the Bureau of Standirds. In the Hurcau of Navigation tho tem porary appointments of Fred H. White as clerk at two, and of William H. Prless ns assistant radio Inspector at $1,200, at New York city, have been ex tended. In the Bureau of Fisheries. Harold W. Nightingale, assistant at $J00, has re signed, and probationary appointments have been" given to Norman I J. Hose, an machinist at J60. nnd to Charles It. Huff as clerk .it 000. Paul O. Cnpp. Htirgcon at $125 a month In the Coast :(nd Geodetic Survey, has resigned Wesley Merrltt iSvlft has been trans ferred from tlit Philippine service to ex perl rlcr.i lit $900 lu tliii hurcau of for eign uitd domestic commerce. " Watch Over 200 Years Old, Keeps Good Time mVKRSIDW. N. J.. March 12. Loul3 Schmidt 1e the owner of probably tho oldest watch In this end of the State, and reputed to have been mado more than 200 years ago. It la of sliver, with Swiss conilnic t leu, ncarlv round In shape, and the movement is about an Inch In thickness, whllo tho dial Ii of china, hnud-palnted and fluted, the elevations being highest and broadest at the numerals and con verging to tlio hands. It has bQtn In tho Schmidt family for several generations, and Is in good run ning order. Choice Spring Flowers. You'll see the finest specimens In pleas ing profusion at Oude's, 1214 F. Ailvt. LOCAL MENTION. TRT IT today LINCOLN CAri il3 19th nn Hie Sunday ETenlng Times Givei reliable advertisers a last mlnittal!c with over forty thousand homes. Theda Barn's last screen appearance in new Mtns. "Gold and, the Woman, ' Sun., Mori., Tuc., Empress Theater. Phone Your Want Ad to The Times, Main KS0. i"! """ "-"" miiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiMiiiiiAiiiiAiiiiiiAiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiAiiiiiti. , 7,Wf msjtmk . j gmtk . amwm Mtimvw wj& aw' litem w ffl M AwLm ir I I V f 'If TO It is not necessary to shampoo quite so frequently if your hair is properly cleansed each time'by use of a really good shampoo. The easiest to use nnd quickest drying shampoo that we can recommend to our read ers may be prepared very cheaply by dissolving a teaspoonful of, canthrox, ' obtained from your druggist, in a, cup of hot water. This rubbed into the scalp creates a thick lather.' Hoothing and cooling in its action, ns well as very beneficial to scalp and hair. After "rinsing, the scalp is fresh and clean, while the hair dries quickly nnd ovrnly, developing a bright Itibtcr and a soft fliifTuicss that makes it seem very heavy. Advt. IIIIIIIIHMI -AS , 7y (-pSr s. C-& M Mil IIM II II WW in mi "Mtv. u iininiHfliiiiiiiiHiiiiiiinii jm wSf I . . - nARt-KOUPl s r5 to -jSibe Safe mmmmmmnm0'' v - fl Every pair of Winter Shoes in our establishment must be cleared out. They must make way for Spring shipments which are arriving daily. Cj This accounts for the truly remarkable values we are offering in the items below. Every man, woman and child irf Washington should take advantage of this sale to obtain footwear of the highest .quality at considerable reductions. Plenty of salesmen no waiting but come as early in the day as possible. Such bargains as these cannot last long Some Remarkable Values for Women-Second Floor One of the latest styles shown an old ivory lace boot with leather Louis heel; 9-inch height pattern.. A full range of sizes, tfliff fittffc J hi A $7.00 value. Choice. Ladies' 9-inch height laced boot A pretty shade of gray; Belmont pattern. A full range of sizes and a regular $7.00 &? CA value. Choice tJJO0 V A beautiful pattern in ladies' gray kid skin button boot; 8-inch height pattern; pearl buttons. A regular $7.00 value. &f Q.BZ Choice . PftCTO The latest showing in Bronze Boots for Ladies A classy style with pearl buttons and a full range of sizes and widths. Hf BSLgl Our own $7.00 value. Choice f4iJU Wi i I t I yi ii i 11 I 11 hi Ten styles in Ladies' 8-inch high-cut pattern, with 2-inch leather Louis heel; button and laced models, Midnight Blue, Battleship Gray, African Brown, Bronze, and Dull Mat Kid- tiO f ff skin. Our own $6.00 values. Choice. 35 pairs of Ladies' Side-lace Boots in Russia Calf, with cloth top; Gun Metal Calfskin, with gray Buck top; Midnight Blue Kidskin, and Bronze Kid skin, with fawn cloth top. Our own tf&O OCT $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00 values. Choice q00 36 pairs of Ladies' High Shoes, "Mary Stuart" make; Tan Lace Boot, with a neat shade of tan, cloth top, diamond tip, and leather Louis Heel. Reg istered on sale $5.00 by the makers. A BZ Choice pl 0 your unrestricted all trade-marked. We offer for Monday only choice of Ladies' Hieh Shoes, "Mary Stuart" and "Varsity Make," with their stan dard prices stamped .an the sole. Over 30 different styles to choose from, and all sizes. Don't miss this opportunity: it means a great saving to you. ALL $4.00 VALUES.... $2.45 ALL $5.00 VALUES. . . .$2.85 376 pairs of Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps A large assortment of styles to choose from. These were sold by'us at $3.00, $3.50 and & ft ft $4.00. Chojcc qf J.tfV 400 pairs of Ladies' Low Shoes and Pumps A nice assortment to choose from. These styles were sold by us at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. tit 1 A fl Choice M JL firO Third Floor Bargain Table Offerings for Women Two tables of Ladies' High Shoes, made of Black Suede and Tan Nubuck. These Shoes sold from our regular stock at $3.50 and $4.00 the pair. Sizes from 1 to 5; widths A to D. , Choice $1.00 Two tables of Ladies' High Shoes in Patent Coltskin and Gun Metal Calfskin, with a neat shade of gray cloth top; both button and laced styles. A full range of sizes. Values trom $3.50 to $5.00. Choice $1.65 Two tables of Ladies' High Shoes A choice assortment of styles and leathers. These are shoes taken from our regular stock of $3.50 to $5.00 shoes. Not every size in every style, but all sizes in some styles. Choice $1.85 Men's QUALITY FOOTWEAR Greatly Reduced A complete showing of Men's Shoes. Made especially for Everybody's, being a part of a $50,000 purchase anticipating our wants before the rise in prices or learner, an me latest snapes and choice leathers are among tnem. All $2.50 Values, .... $2.15 " $3.00 ' " .... $2.35 " $3.50 " .... $2.85 " $4.00 " ... . $3.15 U ! Ef . . H & Ofif ft.JU .... pCJ These are Wonderful Bargains at their regular prices. At these special figures they provide a rare opportunity. Don't miss it! A full range of sizes to choose from. ' l i ll i V A. Hwl Special Lot of Men's High Shoes Smith-Briscoe make. Ma kers of the famous Steadfast Shoes. Best material and workmanship in the manufac ture of thesp shoes. Made to retail at $5.00 the pair. CHOICE $3.45 For the Infant Third Floor CO pairs of Infants' Hlsh Shoes, soft coles. A variety of Mlcs to choose fiom. Sold regulaily at 60c the pah Q"l Choice OIC 41 pairs of Infants' Soft dole High Shoes and Carriage Boots A choice selection of styles. Sold regularly at "tie and AQn S1.00 the palt. Choice 'iUC 'JO pair of Infanta' Soft Sole Shoes that sold nt 36c 1 fn the pair. Choice Adl' Boys' Shoes Third Floor An rsccptlouullj lino lot of Boys,' Shoci Just iccriicd Made on English and Illton luslh a full raiigo of ! from I (PI OC to 5.: Genuine yi 60 value- Choii'o . BA.UU 60 palw of Boys' 12.00 High Shoes, made ol Rood, strong-, durable lcuthrr. These aro excellent alucs at their M CC regular pilce; sizes I to B4- Choice iDXtVU A choice lot of Bos' High Shoos, every pall CJootbear Welt sewed with good solid oak soles and a flue grade of sun metal calfskin. A full range of eUes from C9 QC 1 to 6. Choice - ww Mffixxb Kyf STORE 7 th & D Over Lincoln National Bank Entrance on D $t. Take Elevator or Walk a Flight and Save a Dollar or More Streets N.W. t rt J