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THEWASHINCTON TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1916.
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surgents control this island, according
to report .
It lit believed the1 same censorship
thiit withheld for three days the news
of tho cnpluro of Sir rtoircr Cssoment
has suppressed tiewg of tho rebellion.
Submarine Base. '
Unltliitfiy wan sold limine frWrts rif
tho Irish Voluntecit, to lo a likely pos
lblllly If the 'Oct limn ro.illy Med a
jubjiinrlno li.ise on tho Irish coast, na
, hno bcii mmorcd. Tho clmrco has
boon made that tho Qermiin U-boiUs
obtnlin-il food nml fuel from Irish
pympathlsorK. Halllnloy" la about 125
miles noith of Dublin. In the iie!tir
of & mi not Island that stands out In
tho Norlb channel
Tho ckly Ip.sh Tfmi-s. Dublin, for
April 15, copies of whlrh reached No
irk jcotcr.lnj curried bljhly sig
nificant newt. nnJ editorial expressions.
Two men arretted imdor tho defense
of tho u-rtlni net were found tn hava
olifht now flifttlM.Lrnrl hrrach-lovlInK
nhotitun slnmpcl "U. H. A." and )wick
oil In ciiscs. nlomr ttlth 110 rounds of
nnimttnltkn for nuiRnzlfto rifles, fifty
rounds of revolver ammunition, largo
sire, and n mimtor of bnyonot
CONKlECTICUt avenue
, CITIZENS AT CABARET
The Connecticut Avenue Citizens Aa
soclatton held Its first "cabaret dinner
dance" nt tho New IJbbltt last nlBhU
. And Jovlnl nnd hllnrlous It was. Until
-tho wee sma' hours of this morning,
members of tho association nnd their
friends listened to amusing sons num
bers nnd a serious address by Tresldent
Jesso P. Crawford.
Thojissoclntlon js composed chiefly of
residents of tho Connecticut avenue sec
tion from tho Itock Creek bridge to'
Chevy C'hnSo Circle
President Crawford was master of
ceremonies, lie opened tho festivities
by oJtllnlnr tlp social alms of tho asso
ciation, nnd told of Ito ambitions to
augment tho neighborly spirit among
Connecticut avenue residents. "
Tho entertainment Included sonvs by
ueorgc i i. onnor, ncrompnntcd by Mat
thew Itnrne. nnd detections by tho Mu
nrRla Quartet, composed of Mrs. Ethel
Ilnltzrlnw Oawler. soprano; MrH. Wil
liam CI. Reed, eontrnlto; Jl. V. Backing,
tenor, nnl i:dn Cnllow. basso. Hurry
. Hownrd wns director
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THE WEATHER REPORT.
Tho forecast for tho District of CoT
lumbln-Showcra this nfternoon: partly
cloudy and continued cool tonight and
Wednesday. Moderate, varlablo winds
bcromlng westerly.
Maryland Showers this nfternoon and
tonight: Wednesday cloudy nnd 'con
tinued cool. Moderate, variable winds
becoming westerly. -
Virginia Knlr tonight and Wednes
day. Moderate, westerly winds.
TEMPERATURES.
(U. S. Bureau.)
K a. m EX
. m CO
10 n. m , go
11 a. in GO
12 noon 43
1 P. m 40 .
TIDE TABLE.
High tlde-l:47 a. m. nnd '2:17 p. m.
i Low tide 8:29 n. m. and 9:09 p. m.
BUN TABLE.
Bun roso 5:10 Sun sets 6:45"
i Light automobile lamps 7:15 .p. m.
MRS
ROGERS REM
10 TAKE STAND IN
HER TRIAL TODAY
WomarWho Poisoned Her Two
Children Steels 'Herself For
Ordeal Before Jury. ,
HNS' BENEFIT
DANCE BIG SUCCESS
Four Thousand Persons Join in
Grand Review at St. Ann's
Event. .
'NEW YORK, April 25. Mrs. Ida Snlf-
Wnltir nonr. on trial for the
murder of her two nameless babies, j and William Cortlelgh, Jr., two m'ovlng
The ball given In Convention Hall for
the benefit of Ijt. Ann's Infant Asylum
last night was attended' by 4,000 persons
apd proved a great success from a
flnanclal, social, nnd sartorial standpoint..
following mo icaa oi iinzci.uawn
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OF ALEXANDRIA DEAD
Martin Lawler Lived in City for
Sixty-six years Schools Re
open After Holidays.
MnMdn" nnd Lnrldn. may take theinicturo stars. 4,roo young men nnu
stand In her own defense today. women paraded around' tho hall beforo
Her counsel said when court opened I tho beginning of the ball and contrlb.-
thaUlt all depcnds.on how tho testimony j utcd to tho making of a brilliant fashion
Af n ah m nrrrti tma mrv wncincr or "T""-''
vfc miL.(((ot. .. - r tr
not the black-garbed dercnaant win
testify.
Unless tho court rules out Jthe. testl-.
mony of Dr. Graemo,Hammondallenlst,
tho defenso wilt offer one or tho most
remarkable pleas ever .m'adeln an .In
sanity dcfcnseMn a trial for murder.
Dr. Hammond Is to point out to a
Jury of married men how the trials of
npprpachlng motherhood work -strange
changes In tho minds of women.
All but one of the Jurors are fathers
to whom this appeal Is expected to have
Unusual force.
State To Oppose
Tor this reason tn(, gtnto expects to
fl;lit strongly against testimony "along
this line. ' .
Ono of tho first and leading witnesses
for the defenso today HI loo Mrs. Anno
Duprca Rogers, divorced, wife of tho
husband of tho woman now on trial.
Mrs. I'.ogi're, tho testimony yesterday
showed had been friendly with the de
fendant, and lino visited her at tho
home of Ye' former hbsband.
Attorney- :hnnlor his laid the foun
dations fur a strony lcbuttal aad his ad-'dress-to
the Jury -will be-a-dramatlc
anpeal.bnscri on mother love., -
District Attorpcy Martin will nppeal.
fo tho Jurom' on Jhp grounds 'of moral
ity. Tho district attorney will ask for
conxictloh- or murder ntn.flrst degiee.
The case will probnbly go to the Jury
lute today or tomorrow.
As Mrs. Rogers sat In court and
listened (o several f her friends testi
fy that she was a good mother and
loed her, babies very dearly sho wept
and showed signs et extreme nervous
ness. She Jerked her veil ovr her
fpco and then removed It many times.
S.e turned toward her huabdnd excited
ly several times and spoke to him In
whispers; , ,, '
Rontis constantly adylsedMrs. Rog
ers' attorney as to questions ho was
to nxk," Mid at one tlmo Interrupted tho
court, shying "wait a moment," to a
vtnenR -when the prosecution cross-ex-nmlnril.
1 ,iiAivHlf . . I. m A AAA . a. am... tA mm
were ,mnny who did not' risk their Eas
ter' flnery In Sunday's weather nnd Who
made. their sartorlnl debut at the ball.
Tho committee an arrangements ex
pressed gratification today ovtrr tho. fact
that tho net proceeds of tho affair would
aggregate close to $2,000.
After the grand review a reception
was'held by Miss Dawn. Mr. Cortlelgh,
and Charles IV. Darr, vice president of
the.commltteo on arrangements.
Mis Dawn, and .Mr. Cortlelgh, who
are "members of the Famous Players,
and came 'to Washington especially to
attend tho ball, received a warm wel
come from tho dancers and morrymak
ers and reciprocated with interest.
After thoT grand march nnd reception
tho fourth degree drill team of tho
ll"tf ll a gt l,.h. .. I.a mvm-
mand of Ms lor E Eueeno Edwards.
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gave an c)iii)nion arm wnicn prcsemca
a scries of quick, snappy military move
ments with a musical accompaniment.
Many Enojy Danclnjr.
The entire company thon tinned its
attention to dancing and tho great floor
of Convention Hall was alive with
happy couples until an early hour this
morning. '
The ball was given under the general
charge df a committee of arrangements
of which Malor1 Edwardo wns.thc head.
Othcrocln'-charge' of 'the different fca-
iuivb 'vvuif V'--1'' .IJIIIIUU, lui'.u
committee; ax I Harlow, donation;
Frank I. Wcller. reception; .lame-
Kahoe, badgcsT Richard Ij. Uainb,
music; Andrew I. Hlckcy, flnHnci
l'erci-.C. Rrady, dance;James P.'U'Dca,
public order: Howard Brooks, ubllcltv;
E. tl. Maloy, Jr., tickets; Thqmps Qaff
ncy, dpor; Seftpn Darr. floor; E. P.
Smith, public comfort: Krnnk J. Haske,
refreshments; James l Drcnnan, decor
ations ; Thomas A Cant well, program
nnd printing: Dr. Charles I. Orirflth.
ilrnt nld- James M. llassctt. hat box:
Dr. W. il. I'airo, pnvnegen; i-niricK
O'Rrlen, booths, and Mrs. 8. M. Ti'ckor,
ladles'' auxiliary.
Would Handle Estate.
An estate valued at W2.500 was left by
James White, 'who dledAprll K without
leaving n will. His son, Robert I.
WJilte. petitioned tbc Probate Court to
day for tho privilege to administer the
estate. A wldbw, two daughters, and
the petitioner are. tho only heirs.
ALEXANDRIA, Va April . After
nn Illness of two weeks Martin Lawler,
a retired merchant nnd well-known resi
dent of Alexandria, died of heart trou
ble and the infirmities of old age, nt
2:30 p. m. yesterday at his home, E17
H. Wnshlngtfin street. Mr. Iawler was
seventy-eight years old, and had lived
Jit this city for sixty-six years, emlgrnt
from County Kilkenny, Ireland, his
birthplace, when twelve years old.
When a young man he entered the
grocery nnd liquor business, In which
be continued to work actively until
about twelvo years ago.
Air. Jawier is survived oy six cnimren,
Edward E. Inwlcr, City Councilman
Nicholas J, Lawler, John N, Lawler.
James T. Lawler, Miss Ella Lawler. and
Mrs. Michael Downey. The funeral will
be held Thursday morning at 9:30 o'clock
from St. Mary's Catholic Church.
Warren Wellford, district deputy of
the Virginia Elks, paid an official visit
to Alexandria Lod.gc. No. 7W. B. P. O. E.,
last nlglit A' called moiling of the
lodjro was Held, nnd Mn Warren deliv
ered an address of the principles of
Etkdom, Mr. Wairen Is n member of
the Roanoke Lodge of Elks,
Public and private schools of the city
reonened today after tho Easter holl-
!das. The Episcopal High School, near
mis ciiy,- reopens 'iitursaay.
Vestrymen for the year were chosen
yesterday by Christ nnd draco Epis
copal Churches, a,t tho annual meet
ings. Those selected nt tho former
church wero Uardner L. Moothc, O,
Villiiam Rnmssy, k. h. ixauucnier. Gil
bert J. Cox, George S. French, Clyde
H. Lamond, V. W. Boswell, W. D.
Wood, U. N, Rust, Jr., W. A. Bmoot,
sr., Alexander Sutcr, and II. R. Uurko.
Uraco Church chose the fol!wvlng:
C. N, Moore. Charles K. Cox, KranK
V. King, Charles J, Dcahl, C. A.
Bchafer, E. J, Ustos, II. H. Brown, 8.
M. Pullman, James F. Wood, J. W,
Ualnes, II. E. Arnold, A. M. Simpson.
A large delegation from Alva Aerie,
No. 971, Fraternal Order of Eagles,
will attend the past presidents' recep
tion to Washington A3rlc, No, 126, And
the. local lodge In Washington tonight.
The Eagles from this city wilt leave
in a oody on tne tizo eiectno car.
City council will hold Its regular
semi-monthly session tonight.
An adjourned meeting of the board of
police commissioners will bo held at
r.J3 o ciock lonigni.
The Old Dominion Boat Club hot de
rided to admit to membership very
shortly boys under eighteen years of
nge. Heretofore, no one under this age
was allowed membership, and It Is be
lieved thnt tire new ru'.o will result lu
a large membership of Juniors,
Iron Is Greatest of All Strength
Builders, Says Doctor
A Secret of the Great Endurance and Power of Athlete
ONE DAY
SALE of PIANOS
AND
PLAYER-PIANOS
THIS WEDNESDAY ONLY
Begining 8:30 A-M.
. All like new and fully guaranteed. Price
and term without precedent
,a Only a few of the many sharp reductions are
listed below.
Urdlnnry Xnxntrrt Iron Will Make
llrllcate, Nervoun, Ilumlown Peo
ple 200 Per cent. PdoiiRer In Trro
Weeks' Time In Many Cairn.
NEW YORK, N. Y. Most people fool
ishly seem to think they aro going to
get renowed health and strength from
somo stimulating medicine, secret nos
trum, or narcotic drug, said Dr. Bauer.
a well-known specialist, who has studied
widely, both in this country and Eu
rope, when, ns n matter of fact, real
nnd true strength can only come from
tho food you eat. But people often fall
to get the strength out of their food
because they haven't enough Iron In
their blood to cnablo It to change food
Into living matter. From their weak
ened, nervous condition they know
something is brong, but they can't
tell what, so they generally commence
doctoring for stomach, liver, or kldne
trouble, or symptoms of some other ail
ment caused by the lack of iron In the
blood. Tills thing mav go on for years,
while tho patient suffers untold agony.
If you are not strong or well, you owe!
It to yourself to mako tho following
test: See how long you can work or
how far you can walk without becoming,
tired. Next take two live-grain tablets'
of ordinary nuxated Irntir thrco times!
per day after meals for two weeks. I
Then test our strength again and sec
for yourself how much you havo gain
ed. I havo seen dozens of nervous,
run-down people who were ailing nil the
while double their strength nnd endur
ance, and entirely get rid of all symp
toms of dyspep'ln, liver, and other
troubles In from ten to fourteen days'
time simply by tnklng Iron In the prop
er form. And this after thoy had In
some cases been doctoring for months
without obtaining any benefit. But
don't take tho old forms of reduced
iron. Iron acetate or tincture of iron
simply to save a few cents. You must
tako iron tn a form that can be easily
absorbed and assimilated like nuxated
Iron If you want It to do you nny good,
otherwise It may prove worse than use
less. Many an athlete or prlxe-tlghter
has ts on the day simply because ho
knew the secret of great strength and
endurance nnd tilled his blood with iron
berore he went Into the aflray, while
many another has -none down to in
glorious, defeat simply) for the lack of
iron,
NOTE Nuxsted Iron refommendrd above
by Dr. Rautr U not a patent rnpUlcln. nor
secret remedy, but one which Is well known
to rirucctsts and who Iron constituents Is
widely prescribed by eminent physlclsns
eerywhere. Unlike the older tnorganlo Iron
products. It Is easily asslmllsled. does not
injure the teeth,' mslte them btaeW, nor up
set the stomsch: oa the contrary. It Is a
most patent remedy. In nearly all forms of
Indigestion, as well ss for nerous, nuvdown
conditions. The Msnufacturers have such
crest confidence In Nuxated Iron that they
offer to forfeit 1100,00 to any charitable Inttl.
tutlon If they cannot tske anr man or wom
an under M who lacks Iron and Increase their
strencth 309 per cent or over In four weeks'
time, provided they time no serious organic
trouble. They alio offer to refund your
money If It does not at least double our
atrensth and endurance In ten days' time.
It Is dispensed la this city by James O'Don
n.ll's Drug Ktores. People's Drue Htore, and
nil other drusslst.. Adt. K
STBIITWATl Rosewood:
square; second haa4;
formerly ISO; bow...
AALINGTONi Ebony;
second hand; a bargain;
formerly $2B0; nbw...
BMBRHATTs Ebony: ao
ond haml: fins value (
formerly 1100; now...
NBW EXOIiANBl Bb
ony; second hand;
goo condition; for
merly $216; now
S nOLMKB t SOtTl
English Oak; anr,
lightly marred In
ahlpplnr; formerly
fSIO; now ,......
Uprights'
$25
100
$195
KXABK4 . Rosswoodl
sUrntly used: Aim ok
Gltlbn; formerly 00j
now . ..,.
KIT ABB I Rosewood)
slightly used: perfect
tons; formsrly fl00;
now ;: ,..:...
KJTABBl Bbonyi
lightly used; a gem;,
formerly 00; new...
KJTABBi Art finish:
artist used; like new:
I formerly $5et; now...
88-Note Player-Pie.no
rsDTBIti Mahogany; 9AA
'w- simple ease; for- "'tHU
merly $600; now....;
3 PBIX ATONE, Art Oak;
like new; merely t3H
shopworn: formerly jfeD
$E0; now www
primatowe," Mission nrrtt
case; perfect condition; "YJ O
formerly $50; now...
Grands
WOnMANDiK, Mahog
any; new; discontin
ued style; formerly
$(00; now
HAINES BROS- Stand
ard; demonstration
use only; formerly
$700; now
HAIffBS BROS, De
Luxe; like n,ew; the
perfect player; for
merly $760; now
KlfABE, Babyf very riA
lightly used; former- 9OiJJ
ly $850; now
STBIIf WAY, Concert
Grand; rebuilt like tdttn
new; formerly $1,000; JDU
now
K If A-B B Mlrnotreite,
mahogany; merely
shopworn; exquisite
tone; a rem; formerly
$700; now
$225
$235
$250
V
$390
$390
$500
$525
$590
TERMS AS LOW AS $5 A MONTH
Liberal Allowance for Pianos Taken in Exchange
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