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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THUKSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 10H.
. , , . . - e "I Am Rightful Prince Of Wales," Says This American Shop Clerk SBAXTLS. WmIl, OtL . Vtetw Mown, Awtrhii dttoMi aaa saMlar of fortwaa. taaar staa4s elatataat ta tht aoaKisa aa fffetr aM ay Pria DftvM of WsJa aair taaria: Caaa aaa soob ta s uKtrUiMd ay afSeial WaaaiBaTtS. Nonaaa 1 tairtjr-faar yaars eM, a Clark ia a saafe ob a Saattl sH straai aaa a keaa ataiaat a iatar nattoaal politic. Macawa fa the rifhtful Prtao of Walaa, aaooraiaa; to hie atory. aseaass Kiaa; JHwara VII of Oraat Britala asarrfea Lacy Mary XoMtacw. Irtaa iiMiwiww. ia Irslana la laat, wrlta all Un rttual of taa Cathotfc church. Har la taa atory. aa Manaaa tails tt: Qoaaa Victoria waa furioaa at this natch to which aa had aot gtvsa nor ooaasnt. To the Yatieaa ia Kama want fotth a royal domaa4 that th nuptials he saadarad. Blaak refusal caoia from taa Vatioaa. Victoria then orders Sdward to chooaa aotwooa hU wlta aad taa tare. Mward caasa the tkroao. asBsaai Attar Say's Mraa. Lady Moataca was aaatoaaa from Baaiaad hy royal aeraa, aot aot he flarc aha had alvaa birth to a hoy hahy, the father of Tictor Karsaaa. Booorda of this flrat lasnU aarraa-e of Sdward 11a aeoMeriac la the Tower or t oa bob. aa were declared proper hy ao leea a asrssa thaa Sdward fctat elf whoa oa oae occasion ha feared that death waa aaproachW. Aecordtatr to Norman all Borland's ooroBotod elaaa knows of the flrat atarrta hat speaks of It oaly ia whlaaors. The claimant of the Je of Priace of Wales asalBtatas that the hoy hahy bora la Windsor Castle aa the flrat sea of Sdward waa srea to a faaiUy la Kent Bated Xorataa for care. Re stow up, was haaJahed tf Saa-lasM aad easaa to this couBtry whore he ssarrled aad hoeaaie the father of Victor Manama, Alt oaly soldier might claim his peaUiea aad throw aeethiae; Bag-land late revolt. Norman says, hat a reyal pardon ar riTod froai the King's palace aad Xaraaa was liberated to retttra to this eoaatry. Kefasod a BrltUn PoaaUa. Victor Mersaan has rotaraed to aaiartca front Bna-tand, whore he aanred aa a private for two years to arrant war. British secret sorrioe ansa wore ooaotaatly foUoeHaa; him, the yoaar man asserts, rtnatly he was arrostod for aa army misde meanor, ho says, aad throwa lato a military prim while affldala hi;h la the OoTorasAOBt sonrlce debated his case for tweaty-two days as they aanmlBo hia aorooaal papers. Daath by a flrliar anna .was the aoatoBco pTomiUaatod hy the court u was roared that the young Kormaa says Be has worked as a waiter, sailor, moos boy, quartermas ter aad clerk ia all parts of the world. He was in Aalska and the Xloadyke aad at one time floated down the Yukon on a pair of logs to Nulato. Steadily he has refused pea 4ons from the British goverameat aa a bribe for his silence, he says. "If I were a fake they would ig nore me." Kormaa declares. "I am the rightful Prince of Wales and therefore feared ia Windsor Castle. There are .strong factloas in Scot land aad Ireland that know my life history- Some day they will rally to mar cause." DRAFT OBSTRUCTOR FACES NEW CHARGE ATLANTA, Oa., Oct, 2. Alexander Berkman was taken ia custody today by immigration officials aa he left the Atlanta Federal peaitentiary and hold to answer t6 deportation charges brought by the Government. Berkman. who has been serving a two years' term on conviction of con spiracy to obstruct the army draft. announced he had deposited l.da ball in New York oa the deportation case, but immigration officials said they had not been advised of this. Ia addition to the prison term in the eoBoplracy case, Berkman was sentenced to pay a .10.006 fine, but this waa remitted today whoa he made oath that ho was unable' to nay it. PIE, CRACKERS, BACON ON MENU OT THIS BOVINE CONCORD, W. H., Oct. 2. A plc aic party at Island Pond, returning from a walk through -the woods, found a cow standing in the stream eatins; out of the boat. She had eaten one large loaf of bread, oae pie In a pasteboard box, a pound of fancy crackers, a pound and a quarter of bacon, half of a magazine aad two red bathing caps, and waa ia the middle of a ball of twine, chewfng it down. foot hr foot. s snwj i I jm jf Bbbssbi WEEK THE WHEEL WITH A NATIONAL REPUTATION GUARANTEED FIVE YEARS Equipped With the Famous Firestone Blue Top Non-Skid Tire Recognized as the standard of American manufacture. Built in our own factory at Philadelphia, perfect in design, material nd finish. Immediate delirery and fully equipped. HAVERFORD CYCLE CO. 522 Tenth St. N. W. Main 6588. If yea eaaet call, write fer Illustrated booklet, srnt pent ace frre. W carry coapiefct itse of accoMoriM aad Hsodrkc for bicycles amd motorcycle), sold at factory prices. Stock Books Open fori Subscription Tna Books of THE WASHINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, organized to insure against Iocs or damage by fire, breakage of plat glass and auto fire and tWt, -wftk x capital stock of $10O,OO.OO, are open for subscription f stock at tbe East Washington Savings Bank, 312 Pa. Are. S. E., and you are inrited to participate in what we consider an excellent opportunity. Stock $11J0 per snare (fls.Of par raiue, $1.00 surplus). Pay sots in full or 25 with subscription, aad balance in monthly paysaants. SUBSCRIBE BEFORE BOOKS ARE CLOSED! OFFICERS AND TRUSTEES. Goevce X- Reaetti. Presiaeat John C. Yot. 1st Vice Pres. Jaawsa A. Deaoaae. 3d Vloe Pros. Walter H. Marlow. Jr.. Attorney. TeeVta Floater Morris K. Marlew Joeeah A. Herbert, Jr. XawHos fcoerback Uay T. Stcuart Hubert Kewtem Alex, sftyeajali "W. P. Malone Clarence F. Donohoe ltfeawei JUTeUer Chas. A. Carry Louis Hartic MOTHER, SUPPOSED DEAD, CLAIMS BODY Wilfrid R. Hew, Perth Amboy Builder, Loei Tight for Girl in Court. NEW YORK, Oct 2. Confronted In court by the mother of a four-year-oM child he was seeking- possession of and whs he believed was dead. Wilfred R. Hess, a builder of Perth Anker, stiaulated yesterday before Supreme Court Justice Morschauser at White Plains to withdraw his habeas corpus proceeding's aad allow the mother to have the child. Hesa, who is a bachelor, claimed that Mrs. Bfnlly Thorley, of New Jersey, mother of Doris Hess, whom he adopted sev eral years ago, g-ave him the girl on her death bed and he took out formal adoption papers in 1617 aad g-ave her his name. "I am s.ure the mother Is dead, as I saw her death notice." Hess had told the court. He said shortly after the adoption Doris was stolen from his home, and oa October 31. 1917, was committed by the children's court In Richmond borough to aa iatltu tloa in Dutchess county. Counsel for the Children's Society opposed the writ and to the surprise ef Hess said they would produce the mother of Doris, who later walked Into the court room and claimed the child. She said she had been searching- fer her daughter for several years and that the Children's Society aided her in locating her. KEPT FROM BABY, HESLASHESWIFE Cornelius Cummings Trie to Cut Own Throat After As sault on Spouse. NSW YORK, Oct. 2. Cornelius Cummings, a laborer, was taken to Bellevue Hospital last night under a charge of felonious assault, growing out of an attack he is alleged to have made on his wife, Mrs. Bthel Cum mings, with a razor, because she ob jected to his looking at their two-year-old child. It ie charged by the police that, after cutting his wife's throat, Cummings turned the razor on himself. Cammings and his wife had been playmates on the West Side in child hood. Three years ago they were married and had one child. Later they were separated. According to the police, he went through West Sixty-seventh street on a truck, late yesterday afternoon, and, en seeing; his wife in front ef her home with the baby In its carriage, jumped down and asked permission to look at the child. , Mrs. Cummings objected and there was a struggle on the sidewalk. Wit nesses thought little of it, until they saw the wife suddenly fall to tha street, while almost simultaneously; her ausbaad pfuaged over backward. Both were found to have cuts en their throats. The wire appeared to be more se verely injured, and she was taken ia a passing automobile to Roosevelt Hospital, where it was said that she would recover. Cummings was taken to the hospital In another car, but re fused treatment. 160,000 PERISCOPES TO BE SOLD BY U.S. Washington Could View Pa rades in Comfort With 'Surplus Equipment. BW fSJWSJBjeasal llffBr ATCXNKNC. Xasw Oot. X Tfcoft la tSMft. no matter If tie aooaa taaVs Tnaa a? Mm ateasl of County Attar- T. tmady. of At slits in oeewty, In an oaoa fetter to tao sr- ttr ao in caw of poflea aero. To la tao outwit of a soaaosoeat y Ue oMof of pottos, wno roiwassl to tar a tutelar who la aUaared to Princess Mary Inspects Her "Own Regiment tuaaaaBBBBBSBBisBBBBBBaamaBBBBsm bf feAaasMte 2snBB tjb'i a? " u. . ?. . tSWElrri; a.; . , fJvsSnSiwSRBaBSBBBBssl m m mZmsKsiaEFW. 2m&m&H-y&Wrf ' ""-- ? rslxNei0BaBBffI SI nor caariss m fcJa" . d r ' vi "Tssiir ' ''"'jjr- s . - . JhisaiaBaauilBeaTC i FTJiiliinnriBaT m lotnar ItX'':' - . '"' wHts 'V. 1 - .BBTaTBTaaBsfaynSHa! m m ffiSSSRaP'se ?k" v5 . wu 'i 4 .. -. -. . jsaasBsaKnensar- aw sa5KiMisssBBi sa siatsa IPT' - -?L-??3M'WtW. ?S :-!jBsBfflBinBBBBBiaBafr::BB -w . at i J? f jBBBKr v KsZLjBBBBamafBBSBHHBBBBBHBBfSl daBBaasBaSHfcsBBasBBaMrSBtsaBaWssW SB S X' 'i .BSC " .BBBT l BBflSeBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBB9aBB9Br9Bflk JtBSBUBBjBBBajlasl aBBBBBBBJBrBBBHgaKj SB at anHBKik. bbbbWskl. VBBBaaBBBBBBBBBeasBV9sBB as ABMOVaBsCaaasT vsaattHaeeeaBTaaMHHal X kaBB) jSBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBmBBBBBBBBE'" -i VBBBBBBaBVSsBBHBBBEfBBBBBBSBBBBB BV jSVPbbbbsEbsbbbbbbbbbbbH mKflWilKliWn m 'POBaBBEHBHaBHaBBBBBBBBBBSBBBLm SBBBasMBBSSBSBaBaBBBBBBataBBB It BBMBBBaBBBaBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB S nHBBBBSBBBBBSMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB SB m to tao aotteaw tae t tM. a. WaTW TORJC. Ott. X Vtea Adnata! Sir DavM Boatty. af tao Brtta aavy. wm vtatt ta fh oorainc to CaaC fer ana aWa naval attaeaa to arrlvoej aoro oas who BH5 lia JUjQpiasiflg Saturday October 4th Tea Dances 4:30 to 6 Daily Prinuu IT.mt x 1Suianj innuKn fraaaut a K font ttaffaltAn 'Baval Seosa a Tilinknroh - ww MJ r a6""'l Wvo " m-p- wmn Ur w. - eonuy. rnneoss jaary is an non orary cotooei ex uw iantoua ocm nti, wnsosi "Priaoaoa Mary's Oira." - ra in a more healthy fashion. Bvery dentist will advise his patient that, teota dooay may be prevented by sys tematic cleaning. Feur-Iftaa of the entire trouble with our teeth could be eliminated by the systematic toachlas; ef proper care ef the mouth aad teeth." The furtheranee ef propaganda ta Inculcate into school ealldrea. the 1m- portanoe of proper are of tao will be aided by tao 1U.NMM dowaoat fond now aosne Harvard University. by MyerDavi Orchestra Wardman Park Hotel Avs. onbfl WijBsM Mm& PWm NaHk lOrOiO lor BnUBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBaBBBBaBBHnnnnBBaBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBnannBBannaa I "k. t i i - asssssssHsasEsaBBBBBBBBBSB -1-TiT-irssssrMMsaMaaaaaaa One hundred and sixty thousand rifle periscopes have been declared surplus by the ordnance department ef the array, and will be offered for sale to the public at reduced prices, the War Department has announced. The periscopes, which consist of a little mirror, inclosed in a metal case, were formerly used by the sol- J aiers 10 sec over me top or me trenches without exposing themselves to the enemy. Th mirrors were fitted to the soldiers bayonet, fixed en his rifle. The War Department expects to find a market for the periscopes in the children's organizations, such as the Boy Scouts. When first issued to the American Expeditionary Forces abroad, the periscopes were used by the soldiers as pocket mirrors. In fact, the doughboys thought a generous gov ernment had been exceedingly kind In furnishing them with metal pro tected mirrors for shaving. It was some time before the real use of the periscopes became known. CLEANING TEETH DUSTS THE BRAINS Harvard Professor Says Den tal Care Will Decrease Backward Pupils. CAMBRIDGE, Mass.. Oct. 2. The number of backward pupils in the public schools of the country can be materially decreased by keeping their mouths and eeth clean, according to Prof. Eugene H. Smith, dean of the Harvard Dental School. Dr. Smith today issued an appeal to the school authorities of the country to give greater attention to the teeth of pupils. "The number of backward pupils in the schools at Bridgeport, Conn., has been greatly reduced by forcing the children to take care of their teeth." said Dr. Smith. "Diseases of the teeth are the caii'e of much sickness in the present day. and If corrected while young our people will grow up ' ,' '' Mt. The Washington Loan and Trust Ce. Main Office 900-902 F Street .. . 618-620 17 th . M ,1. First i Board of Directors Charles areohf.Bsller rwe T, Seaaler- James U Barbear. T. Fraakaa Beholder teorre E. BaWel, . ' Theatas Somerrlile BsoihpI Cress Jeha A. Swepe J. J. DarHagtea J. 8. Bworwitcdt Jeha Joy Edsea lEattenley W. Ta)betr Caas. J. pkaBtaer Ceerce TraesdeM Albert F. Tex B. H. Waraer O. C Greea Leal D. Wtae Wm. B. Garley 8. W. Weedwsrd Jeha B. Xaraer A. A. Wertbbigtea OFHCERS A. D. 1889 I B. H. Warner .PraaWlaat i John Joy Edson VicePraaidant W. B. Robicon Sacraary Wm. B. Gvrley Tfaaawar John B. Lamer Gen. Coonaal y A VVG?ord erf steady,: contimasl growth, which is 1 5 Acoosequence ;, of courteous coia sideration for cus tomers and the ' conservative, but progressive policy of an administra tion which has re mained practical ly unchanged through three dec ades, warranting the confidence manifested Jn it by over 40,000 de5-positors. StnN.Vf. 3fc bL.bbP!? a 2 jfTjnBBBMMiiLaBBBBBBBai tff JIOV Mtf99 aaBJ BBf BBBBBBBBBBBBBJ t OrrlCERS j - A. D. lflt MUOf av uuftxaft i... AXORSW PAKKsHt. .-? . wKV a BTpffvWaaTX. MHI X XaB"C VHstW KAJUtY . vsM ATlWW TJMaf AS BA1)UY, f Mv TaWaWafWaav BTP TAXJjft OHABXae ST. JiX6, Jr. CHARUM Jt. OKAXT. . . AsslXaat WM. XT. BADJWC AsskisaBt Trat ARTHUR PBTBrR ,.,.sMMl Cmh PrMidit .1889-1894. Prawdaet 1894-1917. . B. H. Warner ' John Joy Edson Present President John B. Larner DEPOSITS 1889 ....... $100,000 1892 $1,000,000 1897 $2,000,000 1899 $3,000,000 1901 .. . . .'. $4,000,000 1902 $4f,4ttQ,MM 1906 $6,000,000 1916 $7,00,f00 1917 $8,000,000 1918 $9,000,000 1919 $10,000,900 No Financial Matter Too Small to Receive Our Courteous Consideration ' i & j Banking Trust ReJ Estate aB )EdB) 3 Paid on Savinfs Accounts . Acts for Individuals and Corpor- 5. FfFactad ' V 75 2 Paid on Checking Account. tions as R.M. . CWUciWI Hfc If Loans Made at Current Rates Comraitta R-asa-rs Mftfe ' II r sTra aa II ro Racanrar Taaaa awn PWoad i ,' B II tj n -MMJ-L. M run A laBaBrBBBBBt " f H Frelgn . RS Ac-iUcW . 8 j Drafts Bought and Sold Transfer Agent, Etc f ' 1 1 IV Cable Transfers . . . , x Qsfaa riaanrkatif Post Remittance, ActS for gges as- Sate LfcpOSlt jl Utter, of Credit T A Travelers Cheques SnSor V Sor cf VaJ bIm jfA Jj Foreign Coin Purchased Traaia, Etc BoaA Saf agBWdaal yyjfcs