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tiout Man Found Stav Abandoned Farmhouws After Losing His Memory. NNW LONDON. July 13.-After *im helpless in the, cellar of .a8 eabsdoned farmhouse for seven days. Drgest Morgan, a resident of Ledyard. wmad found 1riday by men who had bow' searching for him several days. Mergen. woo is th 4..s~s of Mrs. Simesa Morgan, lives on the Bandy Kolow road, about eight miles from MUtie. and is employed in Noank. Ze has been in the habIt of going bome for over Sunday. -He did mot oappear for two weeks and his mother hecome worried and made inquries. On learning that he had not bees at bis place of egployment or boar4 iag place for several days. search. 'was made for him, as It was learned he had started for home. Mo was finally found in thp collar of the abandoned farmhouse. wh4r* hl had sought refuge from a stcrtn. Dr. 0. F. Congdon, of this place. wa ealld to attend him, but could not 91v ailmeat except lapse of momory. Morgan has only hasy recollection of hbw he came to be in the cellar. .t ia-thought he was taken suddenly 'll 6ad wandered in there and before the malady left him he. was so weak aned from lack of water and food that he was unable to get out. $1,000 LEACY IDDEN 14 YEARS FOUND INGRK Cavas Shot Bag Full of Gold Coins Revealed When Man Goes to Repair Root. ROCKAWAY. N. Y., July 12.-) itouching scene - was laid fourteen years ago in the old Abrams home jtead in Ocean avenue. East Rocka (way, when, her children gathered around her, Jane Ann Abrams died. B~eckoning her oldest daughter to her ,side she whispered: "In the attic some money-under the- " and then she sank back into the pillows dead. The daughter was Mrs. Charles Jnmith. She and her husband inherft ed the old house and have lived In it - vet' since. They often searched' the attic, but in vain, and finally decided the money must have been a myth. The roof leaked this spring, and. owing to the high cost of labor, Smith decided to repair V. While at work recently he suddenly called to his wife: "Here's something!" Undet the shingles, wedged in tight 17 between the rafters and the chim ney - he had found a tin bdx. In it wad a canvas "shot bog." He brought I it down and emptied it on the front porch. It was a little shower .of 'old coins-five, tens and twenties. The Smiths -counted etanetly $1,000. "11e Stora Where the Sp 1107-1109 C Legitimate Reasoni July Clea Rebuild Another Shipme 500 Wash Values up Go on Sale Tomorrowe MllSisee-16 to44 T Mr'd Flmo-M. Brook. & Ce. ONSAOUSTATION Milk Prod tion Also W s s, Say Scientists Who Made Unusual Experiment. MADISON. Wis.. July 132-Cows fed on a ration of pine sawdust produce an increased supply of milk sad cream. They also increase is beef. Preliminary experiments conducted by V. 13. Morrison. of the agricultural department, i oonnection with the United States forest products Isbora tory here give these results. So far the ration of sawdust has boom only 25 per coat feed in Coeanetioa with other cow foods. New experiments are te be tried at once increasing the sawdust ration to 93 per esat and ultimately to 00 per Cent. It is believed by invest'gators and scientists here that a great cow P04 that is pl tiful in the N rthwes ern States, where cows and beef are raised has been, discovered. an4 that millions of dollars will be saved to the cattle raisers as the result of these experi ments. The experiments conducted so far show that not only is the treated saw dust nutritious, but that the cows eat it with relish. EAT IT NVITh RELISM. "We took white pine sawdust and put it through a treatment that con verts the starch in the sawdust into sugar." said 0. .' Buler. assistant di rector of the United States forests products laboratory, who assisted in the experiments. "Then. in co-opera tion with the agricultural department of the University of Wisconsin. a feeding experiment was conducted. Five dairy cows were given the saw dust ration in quantities of 25 per cent of their regular food was used. "These animals were kept on this ration for one month with the result that thley Increased in weight and the amount of butter fat produced. DROPPED TO NORMAL. They were then taken off the naw dust ration and .put. back to normal feeding for one month, with the re suit that both their weight and milk supplt reduced to about noftnal. For a second time they were put back on the sawdust ration and again the weight of the animals and the amount of milk produced increased. "These are only preliminary experi ments, but they show the food value of sawdust is exceedingly. good. Fur ther experiments will be conducted first with a 33 per cent sawdust ra tion and then with a 50 per cent ration. The cost of treating or hydro lysing.the .awdust makeu'the food much less expensive. than the grain And other cow feeds at the present time. The sawdust of all. coniferous woods, with the possible exception of yellow pine, which Is rich in resin. cap probably be used for feeding pur poses." rit of Woman Prebails" Street N. W. ifor Big Reductions rance and ing Sale t Arrived Today New Dresses to $22.60 ioning at 9:15 o'clock $ .98 Voiles Organdies Ginghams Swisse. Ths lot os... of S00 fared today at this price. The Styles... Shemwd, Draped, T..lc, Ruffed and Lae. FTemn.d. SqwIr and Roinmd Neck Effects. Short or longa slev Snodels. Thefe is a style for every type of HAPPE News- of the Dipli Major EAiR ADMIRAL J. M. HNELM. who has been i the South os buas a~ for the Navy Department, is expefte4 in Wgshington today or tomorrow to join Mrs. Holm. who has been &taying at the Wihite Mouse dur ing his absence. Mrs. Helm. who was formerly Miss Edith Benham, was Mrs. Wilsoe's social secretary and if her close friend and freo~unt com panion. On his arrival. Admiral and Mrs. Helm will return to their apart ment in the Dasmariseotta. where Mrs. Helm made ner home before their marriage. The Brazilian ambassador. Dr. Alen car, will return to the emboassy today after spending the end of the week with friends In the obuntry near Sal timore. Miss Katherine Lowe. who has been staying with the Secretary of War and Mrs. Baker for severil months, has returned to her home in Cleveland. The minister of Denmark, Constan tin Brun, who is at Bar Haroor. will return to Washington in the fall. The minister of Cuba. who ba been lt New York for a week, will jgIn Mme. Cespedes at the legation today. They have been detained In this coun try longer than they had expected. but will sail soon for Europe. The Minister of Salvador and Mme. Sol and the members of the house party they are entertaining are In Atlantic City for several Jays. LOCKE-GIUSOy WMDDING. The marriage of Mrs. McMillan Gib son and Major Morris Ernest Locke, IT. S. A., will be solemnised this after noon at 5 o'clock at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel New York. where Mrs. Gibson has been staying since she went to New York a week ago. The ceremony will be simple in detail, and it will be witnessed by a small but distinguished company, a number of relatives of the bride and friends of both Mrs. Gibson and Major Locke going to New York from their summer homes especially to be present at the wedding. Mrs. Gibson will be given in mar riage by her uncle, Francis Wetmore McMillan, of New York, who, with Mrs. McMillan, made announcement of her engagement a fortnight ago. Her only attendant will be her two small children. James McMillan Gib son and Mary Preston Gibson. Major Locke will have Maj. Gen. William Mason Wright as his best man. The ceremony will be performed ,by the Rev. Dr. Charles Wood, pastor of the Church of the Covenant, who will go to New York from his summer home at Jamestown. R. I. The bride witl wear a modish gown of Ivory white chiffon combined with very handsome old family lace. Her hat ie fashioned entirely of feathers in an odd shade between flame color and Pompelian red. It is a Paris model and was a gift to the -bride from Mrs. Cromwell Brooks. who in one of her close friends. Mrs. Gib son will carry a bouquet in which the autumnal tints of her hat will be repeated. The little bridesmeid will wear a dainty white lace frock and will carry a Colonial bouquet of sweet heart roses. Mr. and Mrs. George Jarvis. of Rut land, Vt., an uncle and aunt qf Mrs. Gibson. will be present at the wed ding and the company will also in clude her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Larz Anderson, who have been at Weld. their place at Brookline. Mass., since early spring: Mr. and Mrs. Frank L Polk. who are spending the summer at Manchester-by-the-Sea: Mrs. Breck inridge Long, who has a cottage at York Harbor, Me.: Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury, of Philadelphia, and her daughter, Mrs. Cromwell Brooks. Mrs. Brooks is on her way to York Harbor to spend the rest of the summer. Major Locke and. his bride will spend their honeymoon motoring and will stay with Mr. and Mrs. Anderson at Weld and make some other visits before returning to Washington. He has a month's leave. In the autumn they expect to buy a house here, and will make their permanent home here. Major Locke's home is In Cincinnati. He comes of one of the most promi nent families in that aristocratic olgi city, and through his mother, who was a Miss Longworth. is connected with Congressman Nicholas Long worth and with Mrs. Gibson's kins men. Mr. and Mrs. Lar Anderson. Mrs. Gibson was formerly Miss Grace McMillan Jarvis, and Is the grand daughter of the late Benator and Mrs. .ames McMillan. Bhe was educated abroad, was presented to court in Berlin, and made her debut in Wash ington about ten years ago. WILL RuCTUnit TO CAPITAL. Mrs. George T. Marye will return to Washington Sunday from Call fornia and join her~ sisters, Miss Callie Doyle and Miss Flora poyle, at her residence. 1800 N street. They will leave shortly after that for White Sulphur Springs. Va. Mrs. Marye's young daughter. Mtss Helen Marye, is at a summer camp ait South Stafford. Vt., where she will rhmag.u until the early fall. Governor James M. Cox, Democratic nominee for President, and Mrs. Cox are expected in Washington late this month to stay wfth Judge and Mrs. Timothy T. Anaberry, who are now visiting Governor and Mrs. Cox at Trail's ECnd, ne r Dayton. They ex pect to bring their baby daughter. Anne Baker Cox, with them. The marriage of Miss Pabsaie Kin deberger, and Major Maxwell Kirby. U. S. A.. will take piece on Tuesday, September 21. at the hofne of the bride's parentdi Mr. and Mrs. David M. Kindleberger. The ceremony will be followed by an informal reception and will be attended by a small company of relatives and close friends. ' Miss Kindleberger is the granddaughter of Rear Admiral David Kindleberger. Mr. and Mrs. Phelan Hawn are re ceiving congratulations on the birth of a son yesterday. Mrs. Hennen Jennings has elosed her Sheridan Circle home and taken a cottage for the summer at Buena Vista Springs, where she will have with her her daughter, Mrs. Chaun ey Hackett, and the latter's two small children. Miss Isabelle Wells has closed her house on Connectieut aventie for the summer and joined friends in Vir ginia, whet'e they have a home near the Old Sweet Springs. Mrs. Aherman McCallum has return ed from a brief stay in New York |NINGS IN SC nats--Mrs. McM Locke Wed in Nev MRS. ROBERT LE Formerly Miss Mabel Poole, of Gler took place on June 30. visits, purposes to. remain at her Washington home during the summer. Mrs. Norman Williams has gone to Niormanhurot, her place at Dublin, N. H., for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Grosvenor. who have been occupying their country home in Maryland since the early spring, have gone West to sail shortly for Hawaii. where they will meet their ldest son. Midshipman Milville Bell Grosvenor, now on a cruise with his class from the Naval Academy. Dur ing their absence' Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Grosvenor, of Amherst. will occupy Wild Acres. The Minister Resident and Coun selor of the Greek Legation and Mme. Tsamados, who are in Atlantic City, were joined there Saturday by George Dracopoulo, second secretary of the legation. who spent the end of the week with them. Rear Admiral and Mrs. V. E. Featty. who are staying with Mrs. Beatty'so sister. Miss Peachy, at the Decatur, will have as their guests lor a few days their daughter. Mrs. Charleb Henry Drayton. jr.: or Charleston, S. ., and her young son, who are on their way to New England for the remainder of the summer. Mrs. Dion Kerr has returned to Washington after spending several days with Mr. and Mr.. E. R. W. Barker, in Warrenton. Va. Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Magruder have closed their home at 1$25 Jeffer son place and gone to Frederick Junc tion, Md.. for the summer. Canon J. W. Austin, of the Cathe Que Great Se Queen Hundreds Ties f Brown Kid, E and a fes Queen CIErY Alan Gibson. and r York ROY WARFIELD, Ellen, Sellman, Md. The wedding dral of 18. Peter and Paul, has gone to the Catskills for a month's stay. Miss Marguerite Delvene Kessenwer has returned to her home at 2137 Ie Roy place, after spending an inter st ing ten-day visit with relatives in Lock Haven, Pa. . Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Finch are staying at the Hotel Elberon. Atlantic City. QUIET REIGNS IN PEKING AFTER MINOR COMBATS Chinese Cabinet Orders All Follow era of Revolutionary Party to Disarm. LONDON. July 12.-Quiet haa been restored at Peking following a series of minor skirmishes betwen revolu tionary forces and government troops, said an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Tien Tpin today. The Chinese cabinet has ordered all followers of the Chilhi party to dis arm. Part of the Shanghai Railway has been destroyed. HUERTA THANKS YANK WHO LE DFLAGUE FIGHT VERA CRUZ. July 12. -Dr'. Car'l Mitchell. American medical expert whose efforts were succtssful in halt, ing the bubonic plague in this city. 1 "has probably saved Mexico from a serious epidemic," according to a let ter of thanks received by the doctor from Provisional President de la I Huerta today. 119 F ST..N.W ?n Quality Boot S tie of the Quality of pairs Pumps, Oxfords anc ar below the cost of manufa< Made to Sell for $10, $12, $14 and $16 rown Calf, Black Kid, Black r Buckskin and Reignski~n or Quality Bo 99 F Street N. H 'SETY MRATE IS SEIED IN CUiOAGO lad Book With Names of Women As Prospects in Money and Love. CHICAGO. July Il.--Robert Allise. Ieseribod by the polie as a "eemmer ial "eairey pirate." Under arrest here a his luzrious spartments. charged with defraudiag scores of weaJthy women through the medium of his mapert knewledge of their * weak. tommes." Misn Etta Scott. an alleged oafederate. was alos taken into cus ody. 'The business preiato. with which allison is said to have obtained his onds has astonished the lechl police kuthorities. Allison, it Is declared, sad limtid in a small boek every 'weak point" of his fnt'nie victime. ater to be played upon i further mnce of his own grasping deslres. CLAD IN 1164 PAJAMAI. When arrested Allison was clad in oaquisite pink milk pajamas and was lolling comfortabjg in a large #oft ,hair. He accepted his detainment samally, the authoritieg say. Close beside him was his "book- of informa in," the key to his numerous alleged wrongdoings upon the unuspecting members of his exclusive circles. One entry in the Allison "Code book" mays: "Mrs. -- lives in the Fernwood Lpartment on Sheridan road. She Ia unlimited money. She may receive ne. She has $20.000 in Liberty )onds, $40,000 in real estate. $40.000 in stocks and some steel and railroad ponds. Sh6 has three cars." Another read: "Of Mrs. , *of Woodlawn ave ue. She is very ricb, very easy and very susceptible to young men." The police are holdieg= him while letectives compile a biography of his >perations in various cities. They iave followed the trail to prison rec )rds in Chicago, Loulville and Rah way. N. J. Allison turned "nasty." as he ex preseed it, and promised that the next woman who brings any charge against against him calculated to prolong his stay behind the bars will be "shown itp to the world as a ane lesson for )there." CHARMER OP WOMEN. Having admitted his activities f~ seeking out rich women, charming Lhem with.him soft voice and alluring ways and causing them to "invest" when-they were compromised, Allison now decares that if the unnamed com plainant against him does not with :raw all charges. "she will be the first to know how hard I can hit back." Suave and dressed In the height of Fashion whin arrested after admit ting the detectives and posing around in pink pajamas during their ques :ioning. Allison is now worn out and i at ease. "Damn the woman anyway." he said, in making his threat. "I'll tell You flatly that if the woman who nade the complaint against me over L measly mess of jewelry does not eke bhck her charge. I'll have some :hing interesting to say about her." 4e added: To begin with, she is the wife of L wealthy and well-known man in a iIddle Western city. He'd be proud o hear some of the things I can tell tim. I will not only tell him, but I will make public every detail of my -elations with this woman if she per mists in her attempt to keep me 'in orison. Let the police try to get something on me. They've got little, and they'll have less when they're .hrough." hop Famous Shoes IColonial :ture. Calf, Patent Canvas. t Shop 7' We 0cm AM Doy Wel DaUS MV sod -"l N.imy c"Um PG - AT VI. Opum 9:15 A.K cae ooP. ._. Kann's Mid-Summer Disposal of ClS E L KSI Began Today With 25,000 Yards of the Very Choicest Summer Siks, . Offered at CAst and Below Cost -This is the remartable otter that should make the Silk Section the center of buying Interest Tuesday. 25.000 yards of the most wanted silks-Silks, every yard. of which has been much higher-all to go at greatly marked down prices. Will you share in this saving tomorrow? Another Si-Pm- Ju"t In- Spert Ok, Formrly 40-Inch ABs&k Georgefte $6, $1.md $S.e Crepe -Such as Kum9-KumIa, PrInt -The same excellent quality we ed Dewkist, Novelty Tiane Crepe, have sold in our stock r the Roshanara Crepe, Canton Crepe, past yedr at $3 yard. Firm, Khaki-Kool, Newport Cord, heavy, crepy quality for aftcr- Fancy Baronette, Plain Baron noon frocks, evening gowns and dainty lingerie. Choice of twen- stte, etc., in good patterns and ty-five of the most wanted col- colors, with plenty of white. ors with plenty of white, flesh and pink. Also a beautiful cgepe de chine in white, flesh color, pink and turquoise. A yard $ $3 $ .69 -Few weaves are more pope lar, handsome or cool fo' froeks $4 bitorted ' P0 and blouses, yet tly are In -For . cool frocks that nre eluded in the sale. Lovely. ef smart in appearance; 33 inches fects and colors. Choice _d wide. This sale. a twenty-five designs; 40 hanham yard. ............ $250 wide; regularly $3.50 to $4.00. $5 Wht. Soit aiZ. This sale, $ w t- ort aNIONS . ... ........ $2.00 -40 inches wide; very practi cal and desirable for $3 C,.,.,de Cme St,. all sport wear. Yard esPY Suhitings $2 Washable Japanese Saths -In eleven crisp, clean, new -In white nd flesh cotor;' ex. color combinations. These. will eellent wei'ght and high luster.: makq hwadsome summer dresses, This sale, a blouses and mei's shUts. Note yard ............. I... U the width, 40 inches; regularly ................ Printed Foulard yard..... ...... $2 0 -New and striking patterns on d Taffet tan,-Copenhagen, beaver, brown and gray grounds, including -In-*avy blue and black; soft, twents-five designs alone on lustrous quality and very desir. navy blue grounds; also black' able for summer frocks gnd and white. 36 inches wide; aeparate skirts. 36 inches wie. regularly $3.50. This $ a Regularly $3.00. This sale, a yard.... . VV sale, yard.. . ... $2.00 Kann's-Street Floor. Crepe de Chine DRESSES -Made in styles that will be very suitable for traveling use. -They are in the staple dark blue and black, and are very cool and comfortable. At $1990 $29.75 $35.00 -We mention only a few of the style., but there are many other. to select from.k foni model wth an embridered rgtty turab collar, this I. trimed wth buttonb at the right other side: sleeves made with flare cuff. shoulde with plain fropt, three-quartefrsevs pleated lace c~llar. and narrow belt. -At e ishec at dr tes ewiths long tuck match the vest: sleeves in three auarter leng'th. becomn rto the stout woman. has tucked vest. tunic tucked at side. Kann's-Second Floor. You Have Paid as High as 76e a Yard for. Som-e of These Printed Voiles Which Tomorrow38Yd Are OseedYd You For..... -All late patterns which will be exceptionally pretty made up In the new styles shown in Ladies' Home Journal, and Pietorial Review patterns. These voiles lend themselves very admirably to the new pleated ruffle trimmed styles of the hour. There are light grounds. and, dark grounds, and all-over patterns, georgette patterns, foulard designs, and many others. -You will need plenty of light frocks for your vacation trip. This is the opportunity to secure the materials at a decided saving.