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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1919.
HELENS ME TO
STOCKBRIDGE. Mass., March 16.
"Vve have come to an understanding,
but there 4s no reconciliation, and
there will be none," declared "Charles
S. Mellen, former president of the
New York, New Haven and Hartford
Railroad, today, commenting: on tue
report that he and Mrs. Mellen were
soon to be runited.
Last fall the former railroad execu
tive sued for separation from Kather
iae L. Mellen and was granted a de
cision in probate court. The case is
still pending since Mrs. Mellen's at
torney filed an appeal to the supreme
court. Mrs. Mellen's attorney also
iHed a libel, seeking: divorce, but this
action was blocked on a legal tcchnl
callty by Mellen's attorney.
Mrs. Mellen was accused in probate
court of having: written letters, signed
'Kitten," to Harry Douglas Brown,
.assistant manager of a New York
GENEVA, March 16. In accordance
with a law pnt-sed by the new socialist
government of Hungary, the great
landed estates of the nobility ai
being cut up and the ground is being
llstributed to the workmen. The es
tate of Count Karolyi, famous Hun
garian statesman, was one of the first
to be divided up, said advices from
Conditions In -Austria are growing
worse. Meatless weeks have be.en In
troduced and the lack of coal Is in--rfering
seriously with railway traf
Navy Chief and Flyer to
Whom He Talked via Air
We Amerlemw pay for trhat we
Set" Ik a boast yon can make after
Toa have mailed year Income tax to
MK1N SUNFLOWER MILK,
MOSCOW. Idaho.' March 16 Slak
ing milk for stock out of sunflowers.
That's what cattlemen of this vicinity
are doing. The practice has come
about as the result of experiments at
the University of Idaho. These ex
periments show sunflowers make ex
cellent cattle feed in the form of
silage. The cattle like this feed and
thrive on It.
' Secretary DAnielff ax Ensign Pagaoiwarer
Reference, Second National Bank
Our reputation is the best and our prices for pain
less dentistry is most moderate. All work done .by
skilled dentists. Don't hesitate, come tomorrow for
a free examination and estimate.
iv frivixflki ra
Set of Teeth $5.00 op
Gold Fillings .... m'u ,75c' op
Silver Fillings. ,50c up
Gild Crswns Per Tetffc $3. S4. $5
$5 A SET $5 Easy Payments to AD
DR. SMITH DENTISTS (Inc.)
437 7th St N. W.
Open Dally. 8 A. M. to 8 P. 31. Sunday. 9 to 3.
Reference. Second National Bank. Lady attendant.
A new epoch jn aerial wireless telephone communication was es
tablished recently when Secretary Daniels, from his desk in the
Navy Department at Washington maintained conversation with En
sign Faganwater, piloting a seaplane, until the latter was 150 -miles
distant. The photograpHs show Secretary Daniels at his desk, and
Ensign Faganwater in his seaplane with his receiving apparatus
strapped around his head.
RAIN IN SOUTH DOES UN'S TRAINING
MIAMI, Fla., March 16. Dam as e
estimated at between $3,000,000 and
$4,000,000 was caused by the rains
which fell over southern Florida yes
terday. "It 'Js estimated that above
75 per" cent of the State's winter crops
was ruined; . - t. , '
" FOURTEENTH AND C STREETS NORTHWEST. ',
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NEW YORK, March 4& Katherlne
.Von Delin, forty years" old, of 391
Central Park West, paid $15 in the
West Side Court yesterday for tell
ing the fortune of Maude Leslie, a
t Magistrate Corrigaft admitted tho
woman was a wonder, but when she
offered to go Into his past for him he
quickly called the next case.
Mrs.- Von Delin testified that she
was riot a fortune teller but a spirit
ualist. The complainant. said the de
fendant had read passages from -the
Bible to her and then asked: "Who
"Bridget is my aunt," answered the
plain skirt cop.
"I hear John. Who Is John?"
'John Is my brother. He Is with
the 28th- Division in France and I re
ceived a letter from'hlm only a few
"Now I see Isabella. Who is Isa
bella?" "Isabella is my superior officer
The detective gave the seeress a
dollar, then arrested her.
"I believe yoa can tell the truth
but I must fine you and have your
firsrer-BTinted." said thn mns-latratP
'Do you want me to go into your
past?" asked the woman.
"Next case," called the- magistrate.
Mrs. Von Delin refused to let' her
finsrernrints be taken, nn thn tr-rnnnA
that the Court of Appeals hadruled
she could not bo compelled to do so
for such an offense. The magistrate
looked up the opinion and decided in
Toted Casualties Announced Now 274,860;
47 Dead and 64 Wounded: InTodayV-Lwt
The War Department gave out three anjay casualtyiistsr today which
contained 111 names, bringing the total for'thearray up d 267J664. No
marine corps list was issued, but the total previously reported for that
arm of the service was 5,923. The total for both army and marine corps
so far announced is now 274,860.
The army lists issued, today contained the names of 47 died of
disease, 7 wounded severely, 25 wounded to a degree undetermined, and
32 wounded slightly.
The boyn shelled theHuns. Xt'a ap
f o as to akell oat the aaadred. Have
yoB paid year Income axf
DIED OF DISEASE
Md., An&apolls, Bobert C. GUdart.
8. C, Columbia, James L. Bryant.
N. T Jamaica, Frederick. A. Modes.
I.Ohio, Bqcjtbs. William C Gates.
Ohio, Hlnro JnncUoB, Carl Cleveland Smith.
WaaiL, Anbarn. Clarence J. Hemphill.
CaL, BlTenlde, Nye O. Obenr-
Iowa, Iowa City, Boy Lewis W. Cfaopek. .
Me., West Eden, Cecil U. Hodsoa.
Mu Portland, Kllby Sv DeaaUoa.
TLMmmm SiwilliH,. dhrmtrr (I. Hartahnrn.
I iib.. HmnaBsTllle. Charles Edward Saxe.
51,, Adrian, Earl Chapman.
Ner Fallon, Geonce L. MeCalL
Ohio, Clnclanatl, Clifford C. Boblmon.
Porto- Blco, 8AB Juan. Aastla B. Edwards.
Tex., Beaton, Blehard B. Caanlashara.
ML, Woodhnn; Hortoa L. Andreen.
III., Corniana, Annor t.Tiiana.
IacL. Madlsoo Emraett Bemareew
Iowa, Iowa Falls, Orrillo E. Bomp.
Iowa, Marahalltown, Thomas Vaahoy. .
N. H Eaat Aadorer, Frank A. Saperaer.
N. Yn Oxford, Clifford Van Bares, TVack-
Paw GreeBbarr, James V. Qalna.
S. C, Colombia, Jobs W. HoUowell.
p. C WASHINGTON. WABNEB M. BOD-
TY-THIBD 8TBEET N. W.
Utah-, BIchfleld, Lawrence E. Parker.
Ahw tireensboro, Blehard r. Bhodes.
La., La Payette, Sidney Wnltmeyer.
Ore., Banter, Look .E. Andersoa.
DeL, Wllmlaxton, Pelopldas HadJImieheL
Ga., Boehelle, Thomas A. Smith.
Me Toiwbam. James E. Hall.
Matin Lyaa, Thomaa E. Nooaaa,
Haas., Hattapaa, HarrUoa E. Bon.
Mlch Qalaey. JUrry E. Smith.
Paw, PltUborsh, Patrick Joseph Plaaasaa.
Pa Emerald,- Merwla A, WaaaBalcer,
Ark Graaals, Bobert Bard.
La.. Homer. Ed. Birch.
. FleetiBff Hllto, Aatheay D. Ahe.
Mich., Detroit. Joha F. Adams.
Mlaiu, Aaasadale, Andrew Amlmon.
Ohio, Mallata, Praaklla Bereihymer.
Pa-, Brookvllle, Clareace P. Alfafeoa.!.
Tex Tlmpsoa, Prestoa Archer. .
FOR EARLY CONVOY
The War Department has an
nounced that the following organiza
tions have been assigned to -early
Ambulance .service sectionrs-MT, 523,
539, 651, 558, 592, 593; 028, 630. and
641; 409, th,. telegraph battalion; base
hospitals 14; 44, 50, 72, 46, 110; and
84; aero -Squadrons 98, 102, 496, 497,
and ' 1105rlHth flerd signal bat
talion; 13th engineers; field hospital
42; bakery companies. 305, 327, and
394; and-photo- section 15
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VANDAL PUNTS OUT
HONOR ROLL NAME
SOUTH NORWALK. Co8t, Msfok
1C Harold Southey, of Westprt,
came frear IlevolutioHary payenws
and his" "fja Oiax1 waarjproUd when hia
son enflsttfi imiong tKerfst In th
war against Germany. His greatest
pride was his. son's name la gold tet
ters7 at the head. of the big roll of
honor in front of the towa halL
When the father passed the
this morning and looked on his faotll
name, as was Ids dally custom,
rubbed his eyes, took off his. gl
and. put them on again. He coi
scarcely believe what he -saw.
there was a big yellow streak
paint right across the name of HarsI
Mr. Southey has retained detectl
to find the perpetrators. The select
men have offered to have the name
stored with new croTd letters, but MfJ
Southey Indignantly refuses, 'sayMg
that, 'when tho culprits. 'are foand'hel
intends to see they remove the yellow
streak with, their finger -nails.
Young Southey did not go out of the
country, but his war record warrants
no such embellishment. Considers
excitement has. been aroused by ffce
vandadiimV-ss the board, faces the Jtew
mentjts dlsce j-sa&le to ail -traveler.
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TEBRat TIAlJTJB, IaL, Jaareh J-
James- Albert'Plgf, pf this city, aas
a hen. The hen's name Is Thelma.
Figg also has a rooster. The rooster's
name Is Tom. Now, Figg aayis wkea
he lifted the hen recently he foatod
"ihn had laid an esr with a moaocraas
Initial T In raised shell-3t oae eafi.
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Establishment of a United States
Training Corps for Women, an out
growth of the war activities in
Washington, has been announced
The object of tho organization is
better health for women, which is to
be gained,' it is stated thrb'ugh semi
military training forr -.both physical
and mental, development ' The War
and.i Navy departments-4 have been
asked to lend some o'f the 'vacated
camps in different sections of the
country, where women, may go this
coining summer for health training.
Mrs. Charles F. Headington, of
Chicago, has been made director of
the corps, and Admiral Cary T. Gray
son, general medical director. Other
actively associated with the new or
ganization are: Provost Marshall
.Geheral Crowdcr, Surgeon General
.Ireland, Congressman Julius Kahn,
California; P. H. Claxton, United
States Commis'sio'neripf . Education;
Brig. -Gen. J. P." Kerr adjutant gen
eral of the War Department; Dr.
Joseph MacDonald, jr., of New York;
Mrs. Franklin K. Lane, Mrs. Robert
Lansing, Mrs. James W. Wadsworth,
Miss. Mabel T. Boardman. of the
American Red Cross; andP Mrs. P. N.
Moore, of St. Louis, president of the
National Council' of Women.
Headquarters will be' established
in Chicago. '
.- - MAKES VILXAGrf DRY
BOSTON, March 16. Peru, Mass.,
the smallest town in the State, went
dry by one vote, 18 to 17. Out of the
forty eligible men voters, five passed
up the liquor question. Twelve wom
en voted on school matters. Thirty
five men and. women were candidates
Ail Peru Is wondering how Briggs
Eldrldge voted. Briggs is eighty-four
and "hired man" for Deacon Robert
Haskell, aged seventy One faction
tried to freeze out Eldridge by nor
providing conveyance to the polls
The other faction sent a driver for
him, and it is believed his vote made
the town dry
10 Per Cent Discount
for Cash on Electric Toaster allowed during -At arch
to those presenting discount coupon secured from month
ly electric light bill.
Potomac Electric Power Co.
:14th and C Sts.
V AMD J
Phone M. 7260
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For Hair Healtli and Beauty
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Q-ban Liquid Shampoo - - .50.
Q-ban Hair Tonic - $ .501.00
Q-barr Hair Color Restorer - .75
Qrban Depilatory - - - .75
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