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- THE WASHINGTON TIMES; FRIDAY, JANUARY 5; 1917. 11 U ,V ARE PEOPLE FROM YOUR HOME STOPPING AT CAPITAL HOTELS? List of Arrivals From the Various States and Other Countries Recorded on Regis ters of Local Hostelries. Followlnr Is a list of the arrivals at Washington hotels during the past twenty-four hours. The names' of the arrivals are listed by States as a method of easy reference for Washlntjtonians who want to get In' touch quickly with their friends: ALABAMA. , "W. n. Fairley. Pratt City. Drlscoll. Charles X. Dean. Rex City, Capitol Park. Mr. and Mrs. TV. B. Bank bead. Jasper. Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. W. D: Harrl tran. Fulton. Wlllard. John F Cochrane. Mobile. Wlllard. CALIFORNIA. R.. M. Cloris and wife. Bak anfleld. Harris. TV. H. Smyth. Berkley, Con tlnentaL . Charles F. Henderson, San -Francisco. Richmond. Albert Edgar Lone San Fta&dsco.. Wlllard. Tbomaa A. O. Darnell, Los Angeles. Wlllard. CAXADA. Mrs. . Robert McLaren. St. Catharines, Ontario, Ev erett. Mlases Kavanamctf. St. Cath arines. Ontario, Everett. CONNECTICUT. Frank TopMns, Maldson. St. James. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. De Manrlaz, MIddletown, Lo gan. Miss Ruble Thompson, New Haven, Logan. Mr. and .Mrs. S. M. Melggs. ?evr Haven. Locan. 'Mr.' and Mrs. George W. n uson. iiartxora, conn cental. ' J. J. Fitzgerald. New Haven. Continental H. F. Cassidy,. New Haven, Continental. J. B. Cronln. New Haven. Continental. 1 George Pope, Hartford, Wll lard. Geonre L. Fox, New Haven, Ebbltt, COLOHADO. H. L. Johnson, Denver, Capi tol Park. CHINA. Jean Adams, Foochow, Wll lard. FLORIDA. Mra. A. C MunhalL Enslls, Continental. Master A. C UunbaU, Eus lis. Continental. Mrs. S. Patter. EusU. Con tlnentaL ' GEORGL1., MraTh. C; Brown. Atlanta, RalelEh. J. M. Nevis. Atlanta. Ra leigh. J. D. McCartney, Rome, Raleigh. II. R. McClatehey, Ronie. Raleigh. H. Orchard. Atlanta. Capitol Park. ILLINOIS. C. I Laporte. Peoria. Ra leigh. Henry W. Shabad. Chicago. Conrress Hall. E. Klnnrar. Chicago, Con gress HalL John" H: GernaL Chicago, -Hmrrts M -- - t-ri L. h Newton, Chicago, Har- tri. O. L. Hinrlchs and wife, Chi cago. Capitol Park. W. G. Grimes, Chicago. Cap itol Park. Mirs Gladys Grimes, Chi cago. Capitol Park. J. Kllia Mecum, Galesburg, Capitol Park. C. E- Marshall, Chicago, Canltol Park. D. P. ConnelL Chicago, Con tinental. John M. Glenn, Shoreham. J. G. Macfarlane and wife, Chicago, Oxford. Joseph O. Donoghn, Oxford. Mr nnd Mrs. Jese L. Straus. Chicago, wiiiara. Carry C. Moss, Sprlngtleld, Wlllard. M. II Cbamberlln. Chicago, Wlllard. Henry H. Llppert, Chicago, WUIard. E. A. MeHInger, Chicago. Wlllard. Stanley Claque, Chicago, Wlllard. INDIANA. M. M. Bernard. Indianapolis. Capitol Park. Fred II. Moore, Rochester, Congress Hall. F. F Moore. Rochester, Congress Hall. fc ' IOWA. Franklin Piatt and wife. Waterloo. Raleigh. E. L. Smith, Harris. J. H. Henderson. Des Moines. Wlllard. E. G. Wylle. Des Moines, Wlllard. K S. Moran, Clinton. Met ropolitan, KENTUCKY. . S. R- Stairs, Covington. Na tional. F J. Jones, Russell, Na tional. C Harbour and wife, Rus sell. NatlonaL W. I. Trout, Lexington, Na tlonaL . ... .J. M. Chilton. Louisville, I varnum. 'llyroel Davlss, Lexington. Drlscoll. Harj-v Helen. Stanford, ' Drlscoll. C W Megular, Louisville, Wlllard. J v Nalman. Louisville, I Wlllard. E. H. Davis, Wlllard. LOUISIANA. J. A. Humes, Homer, Ebbltt J1AKVLAND. W L. Herjsley. Farming- ton, vongress nail. L. L. Billengslea. West minster. Congress Hall. Miss Emma B Ohler. Em mitsburg. Winston. J A. King, Baltimore, Har rington Walter O. Glbbton. Ilaltl more. Harringtuti Mrs Miller. Baltimore. Ra leigh. D. E. Heller. Hancock. Ra leigh. W E. Baker and wife. Be lalr. Harris. George Gilbert and wife, Baltimore. Harris. H. I. Gann, Baltimore, Har ris. D. Wilson. Baltimore, Har ris. D. E. Guntre. Frostburg. Capitol Park. ' M II. Hardy and wife. Bal timore, Capitol Park. I. H, Scoter. Baltimore, Con tinental. H. K. Dodson, Baltimore. ContlnentaL A W Hawks, Jr.. Baltimore, .continental. F. A, Warsnent, Baltimore, National. T. J. . Chappellar. Benedict, National. W. II. Warfleld, Damascus, National. . J. E. Smith, Walday, Na tional. F. L. Byrne, Baltimore. Na tional. C. M. Taulman. Baltimore, National. L. Mitchell, Baltimore, Na tional. Miss S. Wilson, Baltimore. Oxford. Miss H. Loocheman, Balti more, Oxford. , Joseph S. Caugnman, Balti more, Oxford. Miss M. Hoffman, Balti more. Wlllard. MUs N. M. McNulty, Balti more. Wlllard. S. H. Beacey. Baltimore, Ebbltt. W. S. Holland, jr.. and wife. Prince Ann. Ebbltt. P. P. Burton, Baltimore, Ebbltt. L. R, Stridden, Baltimore, Ebbltt. MAaSACIIUSKTTS. Miss A. M. Guggenhelmer, Boston, Raleigh. Miss H. V. Banktord. Boa ton. Raleigh. Ellas McQuald, Boston, Ra leigh. Albert J. Shaw, Boston, Congress Hall. Mrs. John Shaw, Boston, Concrers (Hall. W. B. Jack. Boston. Har rington. H. M. Cohen. Boston, Har rington. L. T. Slutb. Boston, Ra- lelgn. Mr. and Mrs. George 8. Par- low. Adams. Rslelgh, J. H. Connelly. Fall River. Raleigh. Arnold G. Tew, Andover, Harris. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Coughlln, Holyoke. Harris. Rose M. Coughlln, Holyoke. Harris. O. E. Wheeler, Boston, Con tinental. Mrs. .E. F. Hoppln, Worces ter, ContlnentaL Miss M. E. Foley, Worcester. Continental. W. J. Robinson. Lowell. Con tinental. Mrs. C V. Brown. Boston. Bancroft. Miss N. T Gregerson, Boa- ton. Banerort. Lillian Whiting. Boston. Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, Bos ton. Bellevue. . Mrs. Jr. C Clough. -Lynn, Wlllard. Mrs. A. W. Harford. Phippa Beach. Wlllard. C. H. Hood, Boston, Wll lard, A. H. Gilbert, Boston, Wll lard. Charles S. Pierce, Milton, Wlllard. William R. Fears, Boston, Wlllard. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holden, Boston. Ebbltt. . L. A. Lunette and wife. t-Bostott. Ebbltt. J. W. Kerr. Boston, Ebbltt. W. Polncer. Salem, Na tlonaL Ma, "Polncer. Salem, Na tional. MICHIGAN. Mrs. J. J. Held. Detroit. Winston. Miss Elizabeth Held. De troit. Winston. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jack . son. Kalamazoo. Wtllarri H. P. Rowe, Detroit, WlUi lara. B. H. Edwards, Detroit, Raleigh. - SIINXESOTA. Mrs. G. W. Htnellne. Min neapolis, Cochran. Charlotte Fox. Minneapolis. Cochran, Evelyn Miller. Minneapolis. Cochran. Fred J. Brown, Minneapolis, Wlllard. Mrs. and Miss McConna.1 .Minneapolis, wuiaru. MISSOURL J. E. Carroll and wife. St. Louis. Drlscoll. C. G. Cerbel, St. Louis. Wlllard. ' MISSISSIPPI. G. IL Brunson. A. and'M. College, ContlnenUL NEBRASKA. V. Friend. Lincoln. Ra leigh. Mr. ana Mrs. L. S. Mllllken. Ordway, Wlllard. NEW JCil.lEV. C J. Campbell and wife, Rldgefleld Parle, Con gress Hall. Frank N. Reford and wife. Orange, Drlscoll. E. C. Yeats. Meucben, Con. tlnenul. John H. Waters. Gloucester, Continental. Elmer A. Cook, Trenton. Continental. George II. Lotey, Newton, Login. J. A. Brhl, Newark. Na- tl i H. Burgess, Baltimore, Continental. George Bowers, Baltimore, ContlnentaL R, M. Kline, Cumberland. ContlnentaL A H. Baldwin, Baltimore, Lafayette. J. T. Knel, Baltimore, Met ropolitan. K. B. Plnkerton, Baltimore. 'svf Metropolitan. JG. M. Gals, Baltimore. Met ropolitan. C C. Crabbe, Baltimore, National. onaL R. F Dale. Newark. Na tional. B. S. Burt. National. Edward S. Wood, Trenton. Cochran. MUs Mayo. Essex Falls, Cochran. Mir C. P. Klngsley, Eliza beth, Cochran. Miss Grace Klngsley. Eliza- Detn. uoenran. F. Byrne Fay, Essex Falls. WllUrd. NEW HAMPSHIRE. John F. Osborne, Plttsfield, Wllmat. ' Mrs. F. G. Osborne, Pitts field, Wllmat. NEW YORK CITY. Max Tobenstien. Raleigh. II. S. Llppncott, Raleigh. Fritz Wyland, Raleigh. J. T. Blackman. Raleigh. O. V. Robinson. Rslelgh. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Murray, Raleigh, M. T. MacLowry, Congress Hall. L. G. Hayes and wife, Drls coll. Edraond C. Whlttier. Drls coll. W. H. Mitchell and wife. Winston. . L G. Davis, Harrington. P. J. Greenwood, Harring ton, M. LeRoy. Harrington. William Hocken, Harring ton. W. B. Hoffman. Harrington. P. llutler. Capitol Park. T. Hart Anderson. Jr., Capi tol Park. Mrs. T. Hrt Anderson, Cap itol Park. Miss Helen Lee Anderson, Capitol Park. A. T. Dwlght, Capitol Park. R. n. Bailey, Capital Park. H. Walker, ContlnenUL C F. Sturnl. ContlnenUL J. M. Creamer. ContlnenUL B. J. Ross snd wife. Conti nental. Mr. and Mrs. William Trues- dell, ContlnenUL J. J. Murphy. ContlnenUL C Molina, Wllmat, Cary T. Hutchinson. La fayette. Mr. and Mrs. Wlnthrop Rutherford, Lafayette., Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Blout, Lafayette. Thomas J. Kerr. Bellevue. Harry L. Lourle, Bellevue. Harry Wortman, Bellevue. Gerard Vandeveer. Bellevue. W. F. Buckley. Shoreham. R. H. Patchln. Shoreham, H. C Lewis, Shoreham. Fulton Cutting. Shoreham, ' W. Mv Plalsted, Raleigh. Mr. and Mrs. I. Iaraelson, Raleigh. E. Resbower and nlfe. Ra leigh, i Walter Danman. Raloigli. Leonard Danman, Raleigh, in i A. Marbleston. Raleigh. J. "H. Seater, Ratelcb. Mlas Leila Weller. Raleluh. Miss Venn Fong. Raleigh. B. Gross. Ral-t;.i. a M. Krepsar. Raleigh. B. H. Coffer. Raleigh, Bell Price, RalelgX F. W. King. Raleigh. F R. MarshaU. Jr Occi- oenial. Irvln S. Cobb, 'Wlllard. MIsi L. Bertntn. Wlllard: Mrs. M. R, MlllirJ. WllUrd. James Ajurn. WlllirJ Mr. and Mr. EJw. S. B. Adams. Wlllard. S. A. Reddln?. Wlllml. Mr. and Mrs. N, W. lUoker. Wlllard. Mrs. E. B, Remington, Jr.. ' Wlllard. E. U Howie. WillarJ. Miss J A. HavilL WllUrd. Arthur M. Marer. WIIIanL Edwin J. Prindle. WllUrd. G. H. Davis. WllUrd. Mrs. Henry Rosenwasser, Wlllard. MUses E. and G. Rosenwas ser. WllUrd. LouU Schwab, WllUrd. Mr. and -Mrs. J. S. Hlrsh. WllUrd. Albert A. Snowden. Wlllard. Arthur N. Bristol. Wlllard. 8. Dennlson. National. A. W. Lenon, St. James. B. T. Hadley, St. James. C H.. Tllton and wife. Na tional. Dave Brown. NatlonaL Charles Malang and wife. National. . W. M. Riddle. National. G. M. .Blauvelt. NatlonaL John Schaffer, NatlonaL W. H. Black. National. J. P. Lewis, NatlonaL George Alhaur. NatlonaL Theodore Stern. National. 8. J. snverstlne. National. IL Schoen. National. T. C. Spelling. Lincoln. William O. McDowelL Hud soiC Miss Kedney; "Cochran. 8. A. Dragna, Cochran. John C Knox. Cochran. Robert Patterson. Wlllard. G. W. StllL Ebbltt. Melbourne Smith, Ebbltt. Joseph Haggerty. Ebbltt. J. M. Katz. Ebbltt. A. R. Angelo, -Kbbltt. J. A. Latimer. Ebbltt. John N. Drake. Ebbltt. K. W. BUnchard, Ebbltt, 'Mr. and Mrs. "F. A". Rice, Ebbltt. W. L. Meyer, Ebbltt. . John Glmbel. EbbltL NEW VHRK STATE. M. O. Cook, Tonkers, Har rington. William E. Ward, Cornwall. Harris. E. D. Butterlleld and wife, Harris. F. C. Llsk and wife. Belfast. Harris. E. R. Amos, Buffalo. Harris. N. F. Barrett. New Rochelle. Capitol Park. C J. Lumley, Fort Plain, Capitol Park. C L. Powell and wife, Vic tor, Capitol Park. Anna R, Taylor, Elmlra, Con tlnenUL Mrs. Charles GetchelL El mlra. ContlnenUL Leo J. Walsh, Syracuse, Con tinental. John Courtney. Jr.. Cortland, ContlnenUL G. J. Mager, Cortland. Wll mat. Mrs., Mager, Cortland, Wll mat. II. E. Rudney, Troy, Wll mat, E. W. Remlng and wife. Eastport. L. I., Varnum. Mrs. F. Kernan and daugh ter, liogansDurg. win F. C Hastings, Cleveland, ContlnenUL Mrs. F. C. Hastings, Cleve land. ContlnenUL W. T. Slaughter. Cincinnati. Continental. Mrs. W. Zeler. CleveUnd, Barnum. Willis Whining, Sales, Con gress Hall. Lyda Conroy, CleveUnd, Drlscoll. Bemadette Conroy, Cleve land, Drlscoll. Frank Walton, Cincinnati, Drlscoll. Robert Crosser, CleveUnd, DriscolL Mrs. Levi P. Falke, Mt. Cory. Winston. Harold Madden, Toledo, Winston. Edward Madden. Toledo, Winston. Mrs. Henry Guthardt, Cin cinnati, Winston. William Guthardt. Cincin nati, Winston. Miss Margaret Guthardt, Clnclnnntl. Winston. Bruden Bruden, Cincinnati, Winston. E. R, Root, Medina, "George Washington. T. H. Williams. Medina, George Washington. A. C. Wrigley. Dayton, George Washington. Mrs. A, C. Wrigley, Dayton, George Washington. W. C. Mooney. Woodfleld, WllUrd. Richard Lowney, Youngs town. WllUrd. II. R. Moon. Toungstown, Wlllard. Charles William Burroughs, Cleveland. WllUrd. J. D. Robinson, Jr., Toledo, WllUrd. J. G. Mohler, Columbus, WllUrd. W. D. McKeefrey, LeetonU, WllUrd. -N. C. Ball. Toledo, Ebbltt. Mr. and Mrl. Slgmund San ger, Toledo. Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Hunt zlnlon, CleveUnd. Lincoln. L. A. Chrlstl, Cincinnati. Cochran. J. J. Mitchell, CleveUnd. Cochran. C H. Spragglns, Tiffin, Ra leigh. C. F Gelslnger. Portsmouth. RaMgh. Mrs. J. N. Taylor, East Liv erpool. Kaielgn. H. E. Gilpin, Cleveland. Raleigh. Orvllle WrighL Dayton. Ra- leign. OKLAHOMA. J. Dronab. Tulsa. Raleigh. W. Abbott. Tulsa, Raltlgh. Wlllard Maxton, Muskogee. Raleigh. PENNSYLVANIA. J. H. Rotherned. Reading, Varnum. Robert aDoriis. Philadel phia, Drlscoll. W. K. Goerltner, Hatboro. Winston. J. II. Mason. Philadelphia, Harrington. N. W. Hawkins. Pittsburgh. Harrington. E. B. Stoner. EphraU, .Har rts. E. S. Stoner, Ephrau, Harris. Walter Bremman and wife, J Auicaster, nams. J. P. Johnson. Philadelphia. Harris. J. C. Walker, Philadelphia. Harris. Herman Van Fleet. Towando, Capitol Park. J. W. Collins. PhlUdelphU. Capitol Park. G. B. Leltch. Philadelphia, Capltor Park. F. R. Thomas. PhlUdelphU, Capitol Park. J. 8. Coulter and wife. Phil- j uciiuic ipuoi xara. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Hensey, PhlUdelphU. Capitol Park. J. J. Freeman and wife, Bradford, Capitol Park. John Long and wife, Phila delphia, Capitol Park. F. H. Dickinson. PhiUdelr phis. Continental. Paul -A. Helster and wife, Reading. ContlnentaL Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Dalflre. Philadelphia, ContlnenUL Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Reed, Boyertonn, Contlnen- J. B. Black. Jr., Philadel phia, Continental. V. G. Rowley, Philadelphia. ContlnenUL Mlas 'Schlnl and Miss Berved. PhlUdelphla. ContlnentaL H. McCauley, PhlUdelphU, ContlnentaL J. S. Mlngos, Towsnda, Wll mat. Ruth Mlngos, Towanda, Wll mat. J. B. Walton, Waynesburr, Raleigh. J. C. Venning, Pittsburgh, Raleigh. B. K. Wilson. PhlUdelphU, Raleigh. J. A. Hmltb, Philadelphia, Raleleh. G. E. Stratton. Philadel phia. Raleigh. A. Adelman and wife, Pittsburgh, Raleigh. T. K. Morris, Pittsburgh, Raleigh. Edward Seym6ur, DeUwars Gap, Raleigh. F. A. Ogden, Pittsburgh. WllUrd. J. C. Davles, Johnstown. Wlllard. Alfred L. Mooney, PhlUdel phla. Wlllard. J. P. Orr. Pittsburgh. Wll Urd. ' G. Lsyton Grill, PhlUdel phU, Wlllard. Mae Murchy, Pittsburgh, Wlllard. R. F. PrlnU, Reading, Wll lard. George D. Gordon, Pltts burgh. WllUrd. John J. Koch, Pittsburgh, Wlllard. M. S. Connelly, Pittsburgh, Wlllard. G. W. Prescott, PhlUdel phU, Ebbltt, G. W. Gllllger. Philadelphia. Ebbltt. Charles Gulentz, Pittsburgh, Ebbltt. A. Lcven. Philadelphia, Met ropolitan. William Vail, PhlUdelphla, Metropolitan. F. B. Curran, Philadelphia, Metropolitan. J. C. Moon, Philadelphia, St. James. ' G. M. Rudolph, Oxford, Na tlonaL Miss E. Rollins. Oxford, National. M. B. Rupp, PhlUdelphU,' National. C. P. Watson, Philadelphia, National. Mrs. Gorden, Wllkesbarre, National. H. W. Goebel, PhlUdelphla. National. II. K, Kimbel. Philadelphia. Lincoln. C. J. Demmlng, Philadel phia. Cochran. Mr. and Mrs. R. Carter. Bradford. Cochran. W. C. Pfenger, Wllkesbarre, Gordsn. George II. Thomas, Phila delphia. Bellevue. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Endsley. PhlUdelphla, 8horeham. Miss Endsley. PhlUdelphU, Shoreham. PHILLIPINE ISLANDS. Francis B. Smith. Honolulu, RHODE ISLA.Mt. H. P. Hopson, Providence, ContlnenUL .SOUTH CAROLINA. J. E. McDonald. Wlnns- boro. Raleigh. D. Hill. Anderson. Harris. D. G. Burden. Flbresce, Con. tinentaL John T. Roddy, Charles- town, Wlllard. SOUTH DAKOTA. C. P. Gormlly. Walertown. Wlllard. TENNESSEE. F. C. Wgtsoir, Lexlngtsa, Drlscoll. J. O. Devlin, ChatUnooga, Harris. Henry C. Btoekell. Nashville, Capitol Park. Mrs. Fred I.. Rlggs, ChatU- nooca. Raleigh. F. Graham Dull, Nashville, WllUrd. Charles Laurem, Memphis, Ebbltt. TEXAS. H. Rawlins. Yaleta. Logan. E. G. Perry and" wife. El Pa-o. Wlllard. O. S. Van De Wash. Hous ton. Wlllard. M. S. Stewart, Galreston, Wlllard. a M. Morechal, Houston, Lafayette. VIRGINIA. S. Haines, Winchester, National. J. A. Sprint and wife, Win chester. National. R. S. Kennard. Covington, NatlonaL 11. K. Arthur, Covington, NatlonaL Daniel W. Lupton. Winches ter, NatlonaL J. B. Srafranols, Petersburg, NatlonaL J. R. Fletcher, Richmond, NatlonaL W. R. Rubantz. Norfolk, Na tional. D. E. Saturfleld. Richmond, NatlonaL P. J-f. Hardin. Richmond. Nailonal. L. W. Garth, Charlottesville, NatlonaL W. T. Lewis. Berryvllle, Na tional. William Lerch. Clifton Forge, Natldnal. J. L. Brown. NatlonaL S. W. Grunea. Richmond. Metropolitan. II. N. Kern. Winchester, Na tional. J. F. Kee, Roanoke. Ra leigh. G. R. Goheg. Lynchburg. Harrington. William Yount. Staunton, Varnum. I. Jonson and wife. Balls ton. Varnum. Joseph Johnson. Staunton, Winston. J.'Ed Johnson. Jr.'. Freder icksburg. Winston. B. II. Fleming. The Plains, Raleigh. W. F. Lee, Roanoke. Ra leigh. Mrs. Paul S. Keen and chil dren, Richmond, Oxford. Luther W. Velly, WlllUms hurg. Ebbltt. M Black. Charlottesville, Ebbltt. Arthur B. KInsolving 24, Charlottesville, Ebbltt. Mrs. G. Harvey Clarke, Richmond, Ebbltt. C. B. Garnett, Richmond, Ebbltt. it. G. Pollard, Richmond, Ebbltt. W. J. Moran, Richmond, Eb bltt. H. M. Burnley, Jefferson ton. National. H. L. Smith. Charlottes ville. National. R. E. Garrett, Norfolk, Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. G. Basil Hall, MIdJIeburc. Cochran. George E, Walsh, Richmond. Harris. Myrtle Walsh. Richmond, Harris. J. W. Philips, Winchester, Harris. S. W. Kay lor, Grottor's. Harris. i F. U. Woods. Covesvllls. Harris. , A. D. Wright, Richmond. Harris. Ernest Erdt, Richmond, Har ris. 8. H. Lewis, Richmond, Cap itol Park. B. F. Arthur, Winchester, Capitol Park. Dr. and Mrs. C C. Bowman. Waynesboro, ContlnentaL P. R, Maasle. Lynchburg, Continental. W. H. Taylor, Richmond. ContlnentaL W. E. Thornton, Lynchburg, ContlnenUL W. D. Cardlvell, Ashland, Continental. A. E. MagllL Richmond, Con tinental. Mrs. M. V. Copplnger, Rich mond. Wllmat. R. Perdue. Gretna. Wllmat. WASHINGTON. F. J. Chrtstoften. Seattle, National. WEST VIRGINIA. J. L. Connor. Huntington. National. W. F. Whltten. Hlnters. Na tlonaL A- W. Cleary, Martlntburg, NatlonaL Paul V. Fagan, Huntington, Harris. E. T. Cramer and wife,, Parkersburg. ContlnenUL J. A. I-enhart. Klngwood, ContlnenUL W. H. Langhorne. Albe marle. Wlllard. .WISCONSIN. B M., Schrrckengost. Mil waukee. lUlelah. C. D. Conkcy, Superior. Ra' lelgb, George A. Longer, Ebbltt. POLICE CALL MODE MDRDERSOLYED Declare Suicide of Rich Pitts burgher's Son Clears Up" Mystery. (Continued from First Page.) delphia detectives to Atlantic City last night, after the newsl Lewis suicide arrived. Up to, the last Lewis had main tained His Innocence to hla friends. He had telephoned to the Misses' Kyle,, of Gcrmantown, the young: school teachers. In whose company he had been before he visited Mazle Col bert, saying: "Did Not Know Woman." "I am absolutely Innocent of the crime. I did not even know the woman. I went to a downtown hotel for the night," The Atlantic City detectives had received Instructions from this city to detain Lewis on a charge of hav ing defrauded the taxi driver who drove him to Mazle Colbert's rooms. This was a technical charge. What they wanted him for really was mur der. Something was worrying Lewis the night he drove to the Wilton apart ments, according to tho story Powell, the chauffeur, has told the police Powell says that after the Kyle girls were left at their home, Lewis Jump ed on the front seat of the taxi be side him, saying he needed a little air. .. Had Tale of Woe. WOULD CLEAR LEWIS' NAME st on. W. Texter, Buffalo, Metro politan, C. E. Kulp, Rochester, St. James. II. P. Kelly, Rochester, St. James. L Marks. Brooklyn. Na tional. , C. P. McCormlck. Rodesen. National. F. W. Judson. NatlonaL Ed. A. Nlel, Rochester. Wll lard. W. Blakely. Tonkers. Wll lard. J. C Gone. Niagara Falls, Wlllard. Sherman Loomls, Brooklyn, Wlllard. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ten Eyck. Albany. Wlllard. F. W. Bhyster. Niagara Falls. Wlllard. C. s. Havlland. Brooklyn, Ebbltt. Charles A. Welden, Brook lyn. Ebbltt. Hsrrr Welden, Brooklyn. EbbltL Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Snell, Potsdam, Lafaette. NORTH CAROLINA. Rudolph Hesht, Rldgeway, Harris. i Mrs. Rudolph Hesht, Ridge- way.tnarrls. W. B. Stalnbuck, Capitol Park. Grmer C. Smith, Canton, Capitol Park. C. D. Pierce, Warsaw, Con- tlnenul B. T. Atkins, Gold Hill. Wll mat. J. F. Byrnes. Ackern, George Washington. Mrs. J. F. Byrnes, Ackern, George Washington. Andrew Gennett, Franklin, Raleigh, O. W. Loving. Charlotte, National. E. Barbee and wife, Ra leigh, National. A. C Hortnn. Winston Salem. Ebbltt. J. F. Smlthdeal. Ebbltt. 8. J. Harklns, Ebbltt. John Rorison, Wilmington, EbbltL OHIO. James G. Fllnn, CreenAeld. NatlonaL A. O. Ritchie, Cincinnati, National. 8. S. Robinson. Hlllsboro. National. W. J. Semple. Van WerL Na. tlonal. Miss O. C. Chaney, Colum bus. Logan. W. B. Robinson. Columbus. Capitol Park. Emma G. Wilson. Oberlln. Capitol Park. Ang L, Wilson. Oberlln, Capitol Park. Minnie E. Wilson, Oberlln, Capitol Park. Merrill E. Burden. Cleveland. Capitol Park. ' Father of Suicide Plant to Spend Huge Sum for Probe. PITTSBURGH, Jan. 5. The name of Bernard Wesley Lewis is to be cleared, If possible, of actual connec tion with the murder of Mazle Col bert, Wenman A. Lewis, father of the spendthrift young broker, today plan ned an investigation with the hope of learning whether or not his son's sui cide was an act denoting guilt or one of hysteria. His mind is absolutely open, he said, though in his heart he hopes his son had no conectlon with the crime. Won't Spnre Money. Money will not be spared in the In vestigation ontemplated. The wealthy retired coal magnate Is prepared to spend a goodly part of his fortune to bring out the truth. . Mrs. Bernard Lewis" was Bald to be still prostrated by the shock of her husband's death early this forenoon. For a year the broker and his wife had been estranged and she has made her home with her mother, Mrs. Jo seph Fawell. , In Pittsburgh Little. Lewis had been In Pittsburgh very little since the estrangement. Three members of IPttsburgh's ex clusive social set are paying today the toll that Mazie Colbert declared In Warren, Pa., seven years ago, she would exact from society because it refused to accept her. They are the father and mother of Wewls, nnd his widow. Snld The) Would 1'ny. "They will pay; I'll make thcin or die in the attempt," Mazle Is said to have told a girl friend shortly before she left Warren to embark wilfully upon the course that brought death to her and to Lewis. By, "they" she meant society. Mazie was a waitress in .the Ex change Hotel In Warren. There she fell in love with a young millionaire, a member, of one of tho wealthiest and most prominent families in northern Pennsylvania. The matcn was broken through the Interference of her finance's parents. Real Lave Hatch. Her friends there declare that It was a real love match on the part of each and probably the only sin cere affair of the hoart that tho Kane beauty ever had. Because of the refusal of his family to permit the marriage, Mazle declar ed vengeance; sworo quietly but em phatically that she was through with the path of rectitude. A few days later she left Warren, went to Erie nnd wan initiated by a woman no torious throughout the East in the baiting, blending, heart-breaking and home-rendlng game thatshc pursued for the next six years In Phlladlphia. FUNERAL OF M. HAYDEN Services . HeM This Morning at Daughter's Residence. Funeral services for Michael Hay den, who died Tuesday, were held at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. W. M. Braswell, 1451 Monroe street northwest, this morning. Mr. Hayden, who .was seventy-four years old, had been a resident c f Washington for over sixty years. He was a member of the Oldest Inhab itants' Association. Born in Stokestown, Ireland, In 181'.', he moved to Washington in 1854. He Is survived by his daughter, and a son, Harry D. Hayden, of this city. HEADS PEACE SOCIETY. Dr. George W. Klrchway, formerlv dean of the Law School of Columbia University, and recently warden of Sing Sing prison, today formally as sumed tho duties of president of the American Peace Society. He has held this office nominally since December, 101C, but ill health and emergency demands upon his time have hitherto prevented Ills active service. IE A " CASCARLT" TONIGHT AND SEE!. Spend a Dime! Liven ' Your Liver and Bowels and Feel Fine. Enjoy life! Your system Is filled with an accumulation of bile and bowel poison which keeps you bilious, headachy, dizzy, tongue coated, breath bad and stomach sour Why don't you get a 10-cent box of Cascarets at the drug store and feel bully. Take Cascarets tonight and en-Joy the nic est, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced. You'll wake up with a clear head, clean tonirue, lively step, rosy sKIn and looking nnd feeling fit. Mothers can give a whole Cascaret to a sick, cross, bilious, feverish child any time they are harmless never gripe or glcken. AdvL As the car sped downtown, Lewis said to Powell: "I have, a tale of woe that you might want to hear." "Go ahead," Powell says he told him. "I am used to hearing thos tales." But Lewis didn't continue his "tale of woe." Instead he asked Powell where the Metropolitan Opera House was. Powell told him at Poplar street. Then Lewis asked on what street the cars ran down to Broal Street Station, and Powell said that was Kirteenth street. "Is there an apartment house at the corner of Fifteenth and Poplar streets?" Lewis then asked. Remembered Apartment. Powell remembered that the Wilton was there. And Lewis' told him to take him there. '. As they came down Broad street, Lewis told Powell to turn west on the first street above Pdplar. "the broad street." He said he could get his bearings better If Powell drove that way. Powell turned west from Broad street on Glrard Avenue and went down Fifteenth street to Cambridge, where Lewis told him to stop. Lewis got out and looked around. Then he returned to the car muttering that It wasn't theplace. Powell told him that the small street was jrot Poplar, and Lewis directed him to drive on a little further. About seventy feet from the corner of Poplar street, Lewis got out of the car telling Powell to wait. Went Around Corner. Powell's car was standing then near the Fifteenth street entrance to thf Wilton apartment. The apartment oc cupied by the Colbert woman is en tered from another driveway on the Poplar street side of the building. Powell says that Lewis went around the corner of the apartment house toward that entrance. That was the last he saw of him. It was probably 1:30 Friday morning when Lewis left Powell's machine. Powell does no know that he went into the building. About 5 o'clock Richard Benjamin, the negro Janitor of the Wilton, got up to attend to the fires. Powell heard him and began to Inquire about his missing fare. He wanted Benja min to try to And Lewis. Benjamin refused, saying that he couldn't arouse the whole apartment to find a man. Waited Until 10. Powell waited until nearly 10 o'clock in the morning, but his fare had not returned. Then he left. Lewis then owed him $10. His bill when he left the taxi was not more Lhan $5. When the body of Mazie Colbert was discovered Saturday night, 'Ben jamin, memembered the taxlcab driver wnose pasengea aia not. return ana told the police. No effort was made to locate Powell until Monday. He was brought to the detective bureau while the police were quizzing one of Mnzle Colberts inti mates. At that time. he did not tell much of his story, but said that the man being questioned was not the one who owed him $10. Led To Discovery. It was Powell's description of the neighborhood In Germantown where he had taken Lewis and the two girls before the ride to the Wilton that led to the discovery of Lewis' companions and his Identity. The news of the suicide of Lewis was a great shock to the three Kyle sisters, who, though grljf-strlcken, still refused to believe Lewis had killed Mazle Colbert. The youngest sister, Mabel, was nearly prostrated. Their father, an invalid, has not yet heard of the girls' connection with the man, and they are keeping the facts from him lest It have an Injurious effect upon him. Miss Ethel, the eldest sister, stated that she had met Lewis as late as last Tuesday afternoon at Broad street station, and that Lewis had not yet learned that his name had been Implicated In the story. She told him to buy a newspaper and read the story, she said. Soon after she reached home, she said, Lewis telephoned to her In great agitation, and told her he read the story and wanted Rn to believe that he had nothing to do with the mur der. 'He called .up again on, Tuesday afternoon at 4. o'clock, according to appointment," she. said, "and that is the last I believe we heard from hlro, I am positive now that the person or persons who telephoned to us this afternoon three times were not Mr. Lewis. The voices did not sound like his, Jfot Lewis' Voice. "On one of the calls the voice said, 'I suppose you know who did this, don't 'your Well, It was Kaler. Everybody knows that.' Now, Mr. Lewis had never mentioned this man's name to me, and I, of course, had never heard of him. So I said. Why, this is not Mr. Lewis speaking. I know his voice too welL' Then the voice disappeared. "If Mr. Lewis led dnnMa llf. nr. never knew it. We were Introduced to him properly, and as w fnnmi h. w of a family of respectability and weoitn, ana conducted himself as a gentleman, we had no reaann to rinuht Tilm. We never heard of him. how ever, rrom tno time we met him. a year ago, until last Thursday, when ho telephoned from New York and said he was coming over." circumstances, however, was Indicated by the fact that he had little luggage and only 16 and some change In money, . According to the occupants at States Villa, Lewis arrived 'at tho house at 10 o'clock Wednesday night. He appeared rather morose and un communicative. He had been absent much of the day, but his movements between the time he arrived Wed nesday nlgh.t and the hour of the shooting have not been definitely traced. A towel was found pinned over tha transom of his bedroom door. On the bureau was a box of cartridges and an extra cartridge lay on a ledgs within his easy reach In the bathroom. Lewis frequently visited this city and had the reputation here of being; a "high flyer." Four years ago last summer, his family occupied a house In States avenue and the son resided with them. MUSTEROLE QUICK RELIEFIJiBLISTER! V Soothes and Relieves Like' a. Mustard Plaster Without the Burn or Sting Muiterole is a dean, white intaJeSc made with, the oil of mustard. It docs all the work of the old-fashioned rnujtard. plasterdoe5 it better and docs not blis ter. You do not have to. bother with a cloth. You simply rub it on and usually the pain is gonel . Many doctors.and nurses use Mujtcr ole and recommend it to their patients. Thev will gladly tell you what relief it gives from sore throat bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and acnes of the back or joints, sprains, sore muades, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of the chest (it often ore- Tcnis pneumonia: Telephoned Last KIshL Lewis was in telephonic communi cation with the Misses Ethel and Ma bel Kyle as late as 6 o'clock last even ing. Frequently during the last few days the sisters had talked to him over the phone, and urged him. it he were Innocent of any wrongdoing, as he asserted, to come forward and tell everything to the police. The police took up the hunt for Lewis When they found tbet Powell bad taken Lewis and the Kyle sisters to their Germantown house on Thurs day night and then had driven Lewis to the Wilton. Lewis told one of the sisters yester day that he had placed the matter In the hands of a lawyer, and that he would soon see the police and prove an alibi. This Information .was fur nished by three Kyle sisters who made every effort to defend Lewis and to show that he could not possibly have had any connection with the murder. They said that he had been with them every evening after the murder,-and gave an account of his movements each night from Thursday to Sunday, inclusive. Membera of Good Family. The girls are members of a good family, are refined in their manners, pretty, and show the best evidences of high' character. Their ages range from twenty-one to twenty-six years. At first they were reluctant to speak of the affair, but after a while became c yrer to tell anything to shield Lewis, whd, they said, they believe to be of a character beyond reproach. "I do not believe, the story of that taxlcab driver Is true," said Ethel, the eldest sister, "I do not believe that Mr. Lewis aid not pay his cab bill. I know .him too well for that. and. he had plenty of money. And I know that if Mr. Lewis had had anything to do with this horrible affair, that he could not have come to see us and taken us out every night from Thursday to Sunday without showing some agita tion or betraying something suspi cious in his manner." S Dramatic Death. Lewis' death was dramatic. Early yesterday afternoon a "filer" was Is sued for "him here, on the technical charge of beating Powell out or his $19 fare. Late last night detectives trailed him to his fashionable apart ment In Atlantic City. As they en tered he ran Into the bath room, locked the door, and, lying In the tub, shot hlihself with a new rifle through the temple. Powell Identified the body. Lewis' clothes were terribly mussed, and he wore a shirt of cheap make a direct contrast to the neat society man of several years ago. Lewis had removed his coat. He was attired in a blue striped shirt, black trousers, and black shoes. There was little blood save about his temple, where the bullet had pene trated. His- fingers showed several scratches, as If he had been in a struggle with some one. There were blood marks on nearly all the fingers of one hand. A dried blood-soaked handkerchief was found in Lewis' back pocket, which the police believe definitely links him with the murder. Experts stated that stains were old, and the disagreeable odor also convinced the detectives that it had not been used recently. Identification Destroyed. Lewis was careful to destroy all means of Identification, and it could be readily seen that the act had been carefully planned beforehand. There were no letters, notes, or papers in his apartment. On the bureau were several copies' of the day's Philadelphia. Atlantic City; and New York newspapers. One con tained the flaring headlines across the front page, "Girl May Solve Model Mystery." Underneath this was a large two-column picture of Grace Roberts. That he was in rather straitened SALTS 15 FINE FOR . KIDNEYS, QUITHEAT Flush the. 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