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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1918.
CAPITAL WOMAN
KILLED IN WRECK
Washington Circus Star
Who Died in Wreck
n
Beneath the twisted steel of a
sleeping car of the Haeenbeck-Wal
lac circus train, wrcker by a fast
lag. Mile. Jewel, famed animal train
train at Ivanhoe, Ind , Saturday morn
tha dead girl, told a Times reporter
r, known the country over as a cir
cus farorlte, met death, according o
word received today in Washington,
her "home town "
Thousands of "kids" will miss Mile.,
Jewel when the circus makes Its tour
next year, for Nel'le Jewel and her
lions and tigers are known in nearly
erery city and town In which large
circuses "show"
Washington Woman.
Mile Jewel, who Is known outside
of the big tent as Mrs Charles Moore
field, lived In Washington at 511 Sixth
street northwest, with her father, Jo
seph F Borrow, and her sister, Mrs.
Sarah Washburn She had been a
resident of Washington for seven
years.
Mrs. Washburn received a telegram
today from the chief of police of
Hammond. Ind., saying that the body
of Mile. Jewel was among the first
to be Identified. She immediately
telegraphed to have the body sent to
Washington It is expected to arrive
Wednesday
Miss Genevieve Washburn, niece of
the dead girl, told a Times reported
the story of the life of Mile. Jewel.
Bora In Kngland,
Mrs. Moorefleld was born In Long
ton, Staffordshire, England, thirty
years ago. It was there that she
first got a chance to get In a circus.
As a child, her friends say. she al
ways played around the animal;
whenever a circus came to town The
deft way she handled all kinds tf
animals attracted the attention of
the owner of a small circus
Her first engagement was with the
"Buckskin Ben" show, when she was
living at Warren, Fa, with her pa
rents. Mile. Jewel has played with many
small shows In this country. This
was bar first season with the Hagen-beck-Wallaee
Circus. They had
Showed" at Michigan City, Ind., and
were en route to Hammond. Ind,
wben the fateful wreck occurred.
Two weeks ago Mrs. Washburn re
ceived word from her sister that the J
X Jones Carnival, with which she had
tiled to """"' the first of the season.
Toad ugeml her a place. She expressed
a desire to go with the Jones' Carnival
Today Mrs. Washburn bemoaned the
fyt that "Jewel" had gone with the
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AUSTRIAN CABINET
COPEN1IAGEN. June 24. Emperor
Karl has refused to accept the resig
nation of the Austrian cabinet, ac
cording to a dispatch from Vienna
Ntoday The political crisis is ex
pected to be solved by reconstruc
tion of the ministry.
The Hungarian cabinet is reported
to be about to resign. Count TIsza,
former premier, will form a new
ministry a Budapest dispatch said.
FEIGNS DEATH; ESCAPES
FKOM GERMAN CAPTORS
LONDON. June 24. Stunned by the
fill of his horse which had been shot
under him. Private C. E. V. Mac
Donald, British cavalryman, feigned
death when the Boches came up and
commenced to kick him
When they left, he noted hostile
positions and crawled to his own
trenches with valuable Information
ALLIED CONSULS ASK
HEP FOR SEMINOFF
MBe. Jewel was connected with the
MLLE. JPWEL,
Washington woman, employed as animal trainer with Hagcnbeck
Wallace circus, who was killed when circus train was wrecked
by fast express train.
Jones' Show three years ago. It came
to Alexandria, Va- and this was as near
to Washington as she ever came with a
show. She had been in the circus busi
ness for ten yars.
Mrs. Moorefleld is survived by a father.
three sisters, and a brother The
sisters are Mrs. Lee Phillips and Mrs.
Mary Gill, of Warren. Pa. James H.
Barrow, the brother, lives in Erie, Pa.
INQUEST INTO CAUSES
OF WRECK BEGINS; DEATH
TOLL ESTIMATED AT 8S
A PRIESTLEY
MOHAIR SUIT
Such as the B-K store
sells, will keep you
comfortable on the hot
test day and will give
you a smart appearance.
Sizes to fit the stout
and slender man at a
price that will fit the
purse of both.
$15
'Others Charge More"
SMART
PALM
BEACH
SUITS ARE
$10
THE
Bieber-Kaufman Co.
Incorporated
901-9 8th St. S. E.
"Down By the Navy Yard"
GART. Ind. Jane 24. Inquest Into
the deaths of the victims of the
Hagrenbeclc-Wallaee circus train
wreck was begtm at Hammond to
day. In the meantime surviving
members of the tragedy the death
toll of which is estimated at eluhtr
Ave showed under the "ble top" at
Belolt. Wis.
Indiana State and county officials
will Join In an effort to trace re
sponsibility for the wreck. Alonzo
Sareeant. engineer of the train that
crashed into the four cars of sleep
ing circus folk, will testify today
before the coroner's jury. The In
diana public service commission has
announced it will bend every effort
in advancing the search for re
sponsibility. The last body that win he recov
ered from the tangled mass of what
was a train of sleepers and now Is
the death pyre of scores, is of the
three-year-old son of Joe Coyle.
which was removed yesterday after
noon. Sixty-two bodies have been taken
from the wreck and are now in
morgues at Gary and Hammond. It
Is believed the bodies of twenty
three other victims have been fused
unrecognizably with the ash heap
of the ruins.
FIRSTAMERIGAN
HA LAN 1
WELL GIVE LECTURES
ON CARE OF BABIES
The second phase of the fight for
the lives of the children that the
children's year committee Is waging
started today.
The weighing and registering of
7,000 children of Washington com
plcted, this work Is being followed
up In the families where nursing and
medical care was found necessary by
the doctors
In connection with this a series of
lectures and demonstrations of the
proper care and feeding of children
will be started with a lecture at the
Church of Our Father. 13th and L
streets, on the afternoon of July 5. A
corps of flve-mlr.ute speakers Is being
organized to address the audiences of
Washington theaters.
OF FOE'S SHELLS
WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY IN
LORRAINE. June 24. Chaplain Wal
ter F. Dankers. of Worcester, Mass.,
died last night of wounds received
during the German bombardment
which followed mass last Sunday He
is the flrst American chaplain to be
killed in France.
The doughboys considered Dankers
the bravest and stanchest friend they
had. He was recently decorated with
the French war cross for carrying In
wounded men from No Man's Land
during a heavy enemy barrage.
TO SELL WAR TROPHIES
FOR RESTORATION FUND
NEW YORK, June 24 German war
trophies which were presented to Mrs
Sartorls, wife of Capt. Algernon Sar
toris and granddaughter of Gen. Ulys
ses S. Grant, will be sold at auction
next Saturday for th) benefit of the
French Restoration Fund, which Mrs
Sartorls represents here. The auction
will be held at the Nassau Country
Club, and It is expected that many
men and women of social prominence
will be there.
The trophies were presented to Mrs
Sartorls on the battlefields she, vis
ited recently They include a German
bayonet from the battlefield of Alte
rnant. German shells which were
found Imbedded in the ground after
the attack on October 23, when the
Germans were routed by the. allies.
machine-gun belts picked up by Mrs g
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field of the Somme in November, 1917,
German forks and spoons taken from
enemy dead in the trenches at Alte
rnant and mouthpieces from German
gas masks found In trenches at Alternant.
TOKTO. June 24. A dispatch re
ceived here from Peking says the
Vmerlcan, British, French, and Jap
anese consuls at Harbin have ap
pealed to their respective govern
ments to assist the Cossack leader,
Semlnoff. In his attempt to set up a
stable government In Siberia.
Band Concerts
ATU B. MAIUNS BARRACKS.
This Afternoon, a: 4 JO O'clock,
Jlr tha
UNITED STATUS MAIUNF: BAND,
W1L1.LAA 11. SAiTJLJkAX4ri,
March. "Cnder Freedom's F!r".Nowow1eeH
Overture. "Huniarlan" Keler-Bela
(a)Serecade. "Amlna" Llnck
(b) Characteristic. 'Tha Butterfly'
Bendlx
Trumpet Solo. "Iafutmatus." from "Sta-
fcat Mater" ....Rossini
Musician, Harry Quuiz.
Grand Scenes from "Boccaccio" Sucee
Suite, 'Xooklnr Upward" Sous
(s) Br tbe Li rut or tne Four star,
(bl Beneath the Southern Cross,
(cl Mars and Venus.
Oescrtrilve Fantasia. "In a Clock Stora"
Orth
Marine's Hymn. "7110 Halls of Montezuma."
"The Star Spangled Banner."
BT THB V. B SOLDIERS' HOME BAND,
Thlw afternoon, btgranlor at 8 4S o'clock.
FENSTAD. Assistant Director.
PROGRAM
ZJUL, A.
"Mr Coustry, Tut of Thee."
March. "Heart of America . Rollloion
Overture, "Telra" . .Relslngmr
Reverie. "L Volx des Cloches" .Luliuil
Selection. "Furs and Frills" ... .Heln
Fox Trot. "Wondrous Eyes of Arabr."
Spencer
Waltz, "Gold and Silver" Iebar
Finale, "Tour Lips Are No Man's Land
But Mine" . . . .Empey
"The Star-Spansled Banner."
SCORED HIT ON U-BOAT,
PRAISED BY DANBJS
For scoring a hit against a sub
marine. Chief Gunner's Mate Harry
R. chambers, armed guard com
mander, was today officially com
mended by Secretary Daniels.
The submarine emerged at 8 a. m.
May 12, fired four torpedoes at
Chambers' steamer, 'and then sub
merged. As the U-boat was going
down a shot from tne armea guara
hit the conning tower and caused a
heavy black smoke to appear over
the U-boat.
The shot Is not listed as having
destroyed the submarine, but It Is be
lieved the vessel was badly damaged.
Chambers' mother. Mrs. Mollis
I Chambers, lives, in Atlanta.
JOHN 0., JR., SEES
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UNVEIUNGOFTHE
UDLOW
MEMORfAL
NEW YORK. June 24. Miners
unions have announced that an un
expected guest was present in the
person of John D. Rockefeller, Jr
when a monument to the victims of
the "Ludlow massacre" was unveiled
near Trlndad, Col.
About,000 miners had gathered at
the monument which was erected al
most on the site of the dugout where
eleven children and two women were
kjlled by bullets. Most of the audi
ence were Greeks, Poles, and Slavs.
While the ceremonies were under
way an automobile drew up and Mr.
Rockefeller and his wife got out and
walked to the edge of the crowd. Mr.
Rockefeller stood with' uncovered
bead while the services were being
conducted. He sent his card to the
chairman of the gathering, but even
bis Immediate neighbors In the crowd
were Ignorant of his identity until
after his departure.
Funds for the memorial were raised
by subscriptions, the cost being
112.000. The monument Is, twenty
feet high and in front of the shaft
are carved the figures of a miner,
a woman and a clfild.
PLANS ARE DISCUSSED
FOR BOY SCOUT DRIVE
Plans for the $40,000 drive for the
Boy Scouts of Washington are being
discussed at a meeting at the Cosmos
Club. It Is expected the complete
program of the campaign will be an
nounced today.
Huston S. Thompson, campaign
chairman, had aa his guests the divi
sion chairmen, H. L. Rust, Isaac Cans.
M. O. Chance, C E. Stewart. J. T. K
Plant and the captains of the twenty
five teams; Colin H. Livingstone, pres
ident of the national council; E. g.
Woosley, special scout commissioner
and S. A. Harris, national scout com
missioner. The date for the dinner that Is to
open the active campaign has beea
changed from Tuesday to Thursday
night- It Is to be held at the Lafay
ette Hotel.
A cablegram received from Gen.
John W. Pershing says:
"The Boy Scout movement has my
unqualified approval. . Honest and
faithful service in the Boy Scouts de
velops those manly qualities that lit
our bova for tha more serious duties
of citizens and soldiers.
HERRICK TO AID WAR WORK.
Myron T. Herlrek. former governor
of Ohio and one-time ambassador to
France, has accepted the chairman-
ship of tho national finance commit
tee of the war camp community serv
ice. Mr. Herrlck says that "the war
comes flrst, while other business
comes second." He declares that the
directors of all corporations should
make ordinary business secondary to
war work.
Work Called For and Delivered '
SAVE MONEY
On Your Shoe Repairing
This Week at Our Main Shop
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We have been serving Washington
fort many years and onr reputation for
good work and low prices is established.
This offer is merely made to 'acquaint
newcomers with onr expert workmanship
and materials.
Work Called for and Delivered
Oar workmanship is the best and ma
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PURE FOOD NEWS!
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These Items Are for Tuesday, Wed- B
nesday, and Thursday Selling,
At All of Our Markets
CORN,
Sweet Meadow
Brand,
'Maine Style,
Exceptional Value,
2
CANS
25
I OLIVES,
Large Queen,
Meaty Fruit,
qt. 35c
! COCOA,
Absolutely Pure,
Bulk, Lb.,
24c
i BEANS,
Campbell's,
With Sauce,
can, 16c
BEANS,
Ritter's Pork and
Beans, Can,
15.
FLOUR,
Corn and Barley,
Best Quality, lb.,
7c
Ginger Ale,
Gosmw s,
14-oz. bottle,
14c
1SOAP
Ivory and Star, Choice, This Sale,
4 for 25c
MACARONI Bulk, a Snap At the Price, 2 lbs. 29c
PEANUT BUTTER P- Virginia Made,
lb 22c
SPAGHETTI In Bulk, Nutritious, Economical Food, 2 lbs. 29c
The Best Coffee
Value at the Price!
Dutrli
COFFEE
PMC BKTTk.IV AT TWCRW,
&o?
BAKING POWDER
Davis O. K.
Brand,
3 oz.
Cans,
14c
6 oz.
Can
9c
. ONC POUND NCTWCIOHT,
Always of uniform cup
quality and self-satisfying
flavor. Freshly roasted ev
ery day in our own roaster
under expert supervision.
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U. S. No. 1 Grade, New
-POTATOES
Peck
(IS lbs.)
45c
Y.M.CA.WHLOPEN
WAR WORKERS CAMP
Lemon Juice
For Freckles,
GIrisI Make beauty lotion at
home for a few cents. Try ltl
quetzp the Juice of two 1. mons
Into a bottle containing three ounce
of orchard white, shake well, and
you hae a Quarter pint of the best
freckle and tan lotion, and complex-
Ion beautlller. at very, verv smll
cusL
lour crocer has the lemons anil
any drurr store or toilet counter will
supply three ounces of orchard
white for a few cents Massage
this sweetly fragrant lotion Into the
face. neck. arms, and hanA .ai
day and see how freckles and blem
Ishes disappear and how clear, soft,
and white the skin becomes Yes'
It Is harmless.
Tlie Stora Tour PHrstelsn Recommenaa
URSERY SUPPLIES
Bar In mind that no
matter what you need Id
Nursery Supplies, we ar
read to supply tbem
nu
V4 Peck
(3 lbs.)
12c
ONIONS!4Pck,15c
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A camp for workers In the Gov
ernment departments here and for
all Washington men who care to
attend will begin July JO, under dl
lectlon of the Washington T M
C. A.
The camp will be held at Edge
water, Md , on the South River, and
will run for two weeks. Men desir
ing to enroll should see U. W De-
Oast at the Y. M. C. A 1730 G street i H
northwest.
The camp may b reached via the
W, II and A electric car to Camp
Parole, near Annapolis, from which
point a bus will transport the camp
ers to Edgewater and a launch will
take them across the river to
camp
MILK
Challenge
Condensed,
can
15c
. MEAL ww" lb.
5c
: Rolled Oats, 3 lbs. . 20c
BEEF!
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Tender steaks at these very
special prices
PORTERHOUSE STEAK
BOSTON STEAK
SIRLOIN STEAK, Lb.,
BOTTOM ROUND
STEAK,
HAMBURG STEAK, Lb. 32c i
Lb.,
Lb., 45 c .
42c!
B
40c
the
CREDITORS ASK COURT TO
CALL DAIRY INSOLVENT
A petition was filed In the District
Supremo Court today by creditors of
Charles G Dade and James Ash, trad
ing as C. G Dade & Co , milk-dealers
at 403 East Capitol street, to have tho
Arm declared Insolvent and to appoint
a receiver to wind up the affairs of
the concern Justice Slddons Issued
an order citing the milk dealers to
appear July 5 and show cause why
they should not be adjudged 'jank-
riDCnW m I oiTPCi irup- Atmrne raui k. Lsn appe,
uuwun w., inc., ail UJI. ed for the petitioners.
: SMOKED SHOULDERS, lb.
; SMOKED HAMS, lb
. BACON, sBu MChke i lb. . .
. SMOKED SAUSAGE, lb. . .
Pure Lard
lb.
30c
Compound
lard substitute, lb.
25c
33c
25c
30c
26c
FRESH FISH
We will have a variety of fresh
fish at our markets; but recent high
winds and storms have greatly
upset the supply, and we are
therefore unable to quote prices
on same, at this time.
Holland Belle
Mb. Print.
BUTTER , .
52c I
BJ
DTt 50cl
OLEO ?
Swift8 Premium Pound Q A.,
Nut Oleo
Print,
ear
FRESH EGGS, Closely candled, of good size
. Dozen, 40c
B
J Potato
Salad, lb.
15c
Combination
Salad, lb. . . .
30c
Cole
Slaw, lb.
18c
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