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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY: FEBRUARY 26; 1919.
REJECT JOBSPLAN OR R TROOPS Washington Babies Who Will Have to Be Introduced to Their Fathers No. 35 DUBLIN. Feb. 26. A serious crisis "is understood to have arisen as a re sult of the war cabinet's rejection 'of Xiord French's request that fie Irish recruiting council undertake tiv re-employment of 100.000 Irish sol idlers. In connction with demobiliza tion in this country. Chief Secretary sMacPherson has informed the coun cil that its services are no longer re quired. 'The soldiers may be so neglected that they will join the Sinn Felners." tsald Ca.pt. Gwynn, a member of the council I In addition to Gwynn. the council included Sir Henry McLaughlin. Sir eMaurlce Dockrell and Sergeant Sullivan. 4Pjy00LLA2fL I "-. rvB BBSSBSBSr WHY PAY 25 II AIA 1. I I 5-nucr.l j -1 f BSSSSBSSSOka. 'JBje EBff59E3HBaalBMBBYsBSSSSSSl bLBbmhSbbhLLLBF MHHBiflBlH8BIBssH ; f ? 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W, Opposite Iatuburgb . Bro. and over Grand T'nlon Ten 'o. I irjiet and Host TfeoroBshly Equipped Parlors in Washington. Phone Main 8133. J in WNE E KILLS 2; OTHERS ILL BOSTON. Feb. 26. A home-made Wine served at a christening cost two lives today. Several other persons be came ill. The police say that Harry Dally, at whose home the festivities were held, told them he made the wine from grain alcohol, aniseed, sugar and water. John 1 Dally and Gaetano Guill amo died after drinking the wine. The Revenue Man Will Get You If You Don't File Your Income Tax Blanks Member Federal Reserve Syntetn. Set a Mark And Save Systematically TAKE stock of your financial affairs right now. Open a savings account with this Bank set a mark and save systematically until you reach that mark. Each additional goal will be easier to reach. The start is the important part. 4 Commercial and Savings Accounts. Interest paid on deposits. CostlnenhlIrust Co. Disposing of ap estate valued at about $600,000 and bequeathing it to relatives, the will of Mrs. Harriet Lothrop Luttrell, wife of Lieut. Na thaniel Horace Luttrell. U. S. A., and daughter of the late A. M. Lothrop. one of the founders of tho firm of Woodward & Lothrop, has been of fered for Drobate. Mrs. Luttrell died Febriary 15 at her residence. 2132 Bancroft . place northwest. She is survived by her nusband and thre children. Alvln Lothrop. Nancy Lee, and Nathaniel Horace Luttrell. jr. One half of the estate, after other bequests have been satisfied, is left to the husband and the other half to the children. Others remembered in the will are E. V. Lothrop and Mary Lothrop, uncle and aunt, re spectively, a cousin, F. B. Lol and an aunt, Sarah Eastman, of P"a Hi Church. Va.. ar each to receive $10. 000. Earl Lothrop and Carol East man, cousins, are each bequeathed f.1.000. and a servant. Martin Mit chell, is remembered with a gift of $1,000. The will is dated December 20. 1913. The estate consists of household furniture, motor and other boats, farming Implements, Washington real estate, consisting of the home at 2132 Bancroft place: her father's former home at 2101 Connecticut avenuo northwest, the premises at 1301 K street northwest, three lots in Massachusetts avenue northwest; a warehouse at Ninth and Maryland avenue southwest, and property In Massachusetts, Florida and New I Tork. The husband and Frank East man, of Falls Church. Va , arc ap pointed cx-rutors of the estate. SENATETOPROB is FoirrBenftH at H Street ? Few Know How to Sell Their Services to Advantage DO YOU? You see men and women every day who are holding positions who are able to fill better ones. If you are one of them why don't you change your posi tion and get a better one. Others do. You can. Put an advertisement telling of your ability and experience in the "SITUATION WANTED" column of the Washington Times 9 Free to Discharged Soldiers E PALMER'S OFFICE The office and activities or A. Mitchell Palmer, alien property cus todian, will shortly be subjected to an exhaustive probe. The inquiry was authorized yesterday by the Sen ate on resolution by Senator Calder of New York. Not only will Palmer's official rec ord be gone into, but his attitude to ward various German Interests be fore and during the war will be look ed into, ii is stated. "I am Informed that a great deal of German-owned property is being sold In this country," Senator Calder said last night, "in which Americans j are minority stockholder?, and th.it ' the interest of thi Arn.Tujn ,ir- in- I Jured gratlv. I am tld ih-it much i of the proporty owned by 'rraans has been sold at much less than value, iomc of it at a loss of as much as 50 per rent." Hundred A men have bf-on thrown out of employment, due to the activi ties of Palmer's burpati, it is said, and thousands of dollars In invested capital arc lying idle because Pal mer's office is several months behind in its work. RABBI WISE TO SPEAK ON "AIMS OF ZIONISM" A mass meeting to be held. Sunday night at the Central High School auditorium at which Secretary Raker will probably alho spak will l ;ih I dressed by Jr Stephen i W, who has Juft returned from Parle xjh "The Aims of Zionism." Tho attitude of the allied states men at the peace conference and President Wilson toward the estab lishment of a national Jewish home In Palestine will be revealed by Rabbi Wise, who was the chairman of the Zionist delegation to the peace con ference, at Versailles. He will also discuss the proposed League of Na tions. Judge Julian W. Mark, presi dent of the American Zionist organi zation, will preside. japv B1H33 Si tn 'jaafT oiJBauion EMOi -jo; uv paJmaAV '6161 'JJ qd ,Xpjniua ni jq jo i a,Anviuioo v ijimb ttfoo pints: oh. joy: DETROIT. Feb. 26. The happiest man in Michigan today was August Marhausen. The court ordered and the police returned 5,200 bottles of Imported beer taken from his home in a raid. Flic your income tax reports. Only a few days remain. All re ports must be In by March 15. Heavy penalties, the Internal revenue colcctor warns, may bo assessed if reports arc not in within the next eighteen days. Form for filling out your In come tax schedule may be had from any internal revenue col lector. ITALY'S NAVAL LOSSES. ROME, Feb. 26. The Corrlere D'ltalla has published the first com plete list of Italian and Austrian na val losses, showing the former lost lKv-four and the latter forty-five units. NSANITY PLEA FOR 'TIGER'S' ASSAILANT TAKIS, Feb. 26. Insanity will be the defense plea of Emilc Cottln, who shot Premier Clemenceau. it became known today. The father of Cottin has demanded that the authorities permit a mental examination of his son. Young Cottin became angered when he learned of the move his father was making in his behalf and swore that he would not consent to it and that he "was responsible for his acts." Cottin remained calm during the gruelling examination before court martial yesterday afternoon. Thrift Stamps bought for rnnelf or your children caltlrate the right ptrlt. BAND CONCERT BT THE SOLDIERS HOME BAND ORCHESTRA THIS EVENING IN STANLEY HALL, BEGINNING AT 6.15 O'CLOCK. JOHN S. M. SgMMERXANN. Director. J! arch. "Arma of Americ,,.....Iryor Overture. "Zampa." Harold String Quartette, "Andante can- tablle" Tsch&lkowBld Mr. Richard Lorleberr Violoncello. Mr. Anton Polntner Viola, Mr. Hlrsch Perlm&n Second VIolla. Mr. Henri Sokolov First Violin. Grand Selection, "Madame Butter fly" Pncdnl Characteristic, "The Turkish Pa trol" :..MIcom1Is ropular Songs (a) "Love's Telegraph".. VU Hotter (b) "Till We Meet Again- Egsn Finale. "Tell That to the Marines" Al Jolaon "The SUr-Spangled Banner." BEAUTY MUST BE BEAU NEW YORK, Feb. 26. Two hun dred thousand dollars will be for feited if any irregularities are dis covered in picking the beauty at the Moulin Rouge ball. A bond for this sum was given by the man who will count the votes. IS WILSON SHAT SETS BOSTON STYLE BOSTON. Feb. 26. Mrs. Wilson re turned from Paris wearlnfe a fasci nating turban hat. but what has dls- lurueu mb locai miiiinery export was Its peculiar shade. The elite aro demanding: that their bonnet-makers Produce "that color Mrs. Wilson had Albert A. Allendorff. president of the New England Retail Milliners' Association, declared the President's wife "certainly has sta-tef a fad"' both in the color and design of the turban. He tried to describe the color "No, it Isn't maroon and It Isn't rote.' he said. "It's somewhere In between there." That is the best description to date. 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