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SECTION TWO-PAGE V*. ' WASHINGTON. D. C.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 7, 1921. PAGE 9-SECTION TWO.
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D. C. EMPC
FOR 7% AVERAGE
District Employes Would
Lose 13% Without
REPORT IS FILED
JoIjb Are Allocated According
To the Wood-Smoot
Salary tacnuM averagl ng 1 par
*** recommended for District
by the Bureau of EftrltfZ
*" thelr "'"t to the tHs**"*
Commissioners yesterday. Thl?
v. ^ nMnt to replace the
tof j*r year. which Conla
expected to withhold from
e Bl'TTe? next year. It was
Marked at tha^JHstrlct Building
*Jiy cases the bonus Is more
*** c*?t of ** exlstin*
89 tie failure of the "bn??u
t? reoramend higher Increases
*Tn result ta a decrease ?f It per
em or more. tf the bcmua la taken
aw*^_ " pofnted out?x-?
?-2f *n offlce" "" ? noted by
* emclcncy expert* and allocated
accordhnr to the schedule provided
ra tha Wood-Smoot biTL Salaries
,h? amount allotted tn the
V"" ? rrade of work would be
"1*4 ralerte. wtthm the grade
esrtabltshod W?raM remain the nut
ahwve the grade wrmld
^ ^duoed. If the i womiiif ndalStma
*T tmreaa are br The
^WOTtintoTwri aird adcrp?*d by On.
^Bg ***** T "2XJ per mi wowld
mitf ifwr win recover the
niaiiiHgn ?21e*t?d to their irrade of
M t"he report aVowed. but th*
inereasea nwmamrBa^ wTTl brlnf
the pay snty to the nftntivnuii rale
T^drtnr wtd me*>? provided for
**rne of fhe Cffatrict employ ea was
<'>?imia-erea hi the re-flew, the report
showed. The foTlow^nr valuations
wwre tftvenr: For lodrirrj^ M2P
per year: for a house. S"180 per year.
*nd fnr one mrnaH a -tax. P^r
elm is selected
FOR TREE PLANTING
Ltetft. COO. C. a Sherr-m. in
cimxw of the offtoe qt pnbric bnHdfrncw
end Kxmmris. hki selected an
American ?ihn for fhe American Furestry
AssociatHafa tree planting on
Kerr ember T It wTO be placed near
the Twenty-fhird atrwtt entrance to
the Lincoln Memorial f^ound*. This
entiaiice is on the drtve th?t leads
to Potomac Khrec.
The *ssocftalfcm. accurding to
ChaJrtoa Lalhrop. fhe preoldent. wTD
invite vsxloaa ports of the Am^ncao
T^ion in the Dtauict at Columbia
to name one overeea veteran to represent
his pool at the tree planting
ceremony Q>at nxajOts the week tn
which Che ItmltxOon of arms oonfereftce.
caDvd by President Harding.
WUl DUntds8 Cases
If Plaintiff Absent
Because of the faHure of many
attorneys In both law nd equity
cases to be on tend tn oonrt after
their cases have been put on th?
fiaily as&isnrmeut. the chief Justicx
ajid the aseoctate Justioes of the
Distrt^ Supreme Ctwrt took steps
rester6?r to *top tWs practice.
Hereafter, a apocfcl oooTt arde
rvads. ~When a case on the daflj
assimment. either law or equity. :i
called and there Is n? rewpons* foi
the rlatnrtlfL the mcme win be entered
dtsmisoed for want of piu?iuIIot
on less toe defeodant ia ready fo:
and insiats upon a trtal~
| FL of C. School Expands.
[ with mracUcallT every claas (tiled t<
| capacity, the Knights of Colombo:
Evening School tonight will begin t<
organise new classes In many sob
tnt>. With the increased classes. th<
Knights 0< Cotmnbiis probably wTI
scrjolre pail of ?_ John's College oi
Vermont avpnut northwest for ose o;
the new classes. I>r, Fran^CTHara
dean "f the school announced la*
night that a coarse tn history o
philosophy was betei organlxed. Th<
coarse, to be gins by Rt Rev. Mgr
]Sdwiu-d A. Psee. of (JalhoMe Unhrer
slry. win he part of 'dot C V. ex.en
?t?n" comae. University credit win bi
Don't Neglect Your Eyes
WbatBW Tod DO!
Reelect cawaes bad eyea. bad
teeth, lifeless hair. Some people
dwa all thaaa signs of neglect,
others only a taw. bat more have
poor eyea than any of the others
I ?a statement proved by the
| large number of people who
Why da so many people neglect
their eyea when sight is the most
precious ef *1 the senses and
l when strong eyea and olear, par[
feet vision mean so much to hapr
pin ess and success?
The Bon-Op to system of caring
for the eyas is used by a million
nple. Ask yQur druggist about
>r ask your doctor: then vet a
Home Treatment OntQt and follow
directions. If the reaults do
not surprise yon and satisfy you
your druggist will refund the
purchase price. Bon-Opto Is sold
under a guarantee of satisfaction.
SOTl: Bob-Opto is set a aeevst ira.
sdy. TW female is prleted m ererr
peekage. Bsa-Opto is harsiless te Us
s<si aeasittve .rss aad asj ks nsed
freely A.k say see ef the million who
of Dr. Lescair
I HOW TO START THE KA
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SODGHT BY FIRE 1
TO COVER TRACKS
After Robbery, Thieres Applied
Torch to House in |
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Diacovery by polloew yeaterday. ?
| of a wtnd<rw,,pTled open la ths real- ^
denes at Henry Xauhew*. at 114'
' JOUi street northwest. reevaled that j
\ a blase In the house Wednesday 1
night tu of Incendiary origin and j
; set to cover np the tracks of house- ^
The absence of Matthew* from ;
the crty (Seiayed tie police In their t
attempt ts estimate f>? the night ]
j of thk fire what was stolen, but ,
1 ,-esierdaj It was revesled that a .
! quantity of linen was taken, and ,
the return of the owner of the (
\ house, police expect, will show the ^
1 theft total to be much higher.
According to officer* at Precinct (
No. 7. the thief or thieves must
hare been acquainted with the habtts
of the house occupants and chose ^
l a night when the residence waa
I empty to make the break. It was
found yesterday that a torch had
' been applied In several places.
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Dempsey "Rival" Dismissed. <
I i McharS Washington. colored, who I
II came from Richmond. Va^ a few day* 1
1 ago -With blood In his eye" and at- '
I tempted to "clean out- the Fourth
precinct nation Wednesday evening, i
r i it Is alleged, was allowed to go hack
' home yesterday by Judge Mattingly In
> T'ollce Court after he had promised I
to never look for a light again. The
I colored man. who is ?*I<1 to hare loudi
ly proclaimed that he was as good a
r fighter as Jack Demnsey. was arraigned
m a charge of Intoxication.
; | BIRTHS.
! TCnUam awl Antoeette Golkoakl. girt
George *nd UlUse Kendall, bey.
II walls* J. and Gertrude SulllTan. rlrl.
f! Walter M. and Oenertere Dedley. bey.
-I Loula *. and Mary fc. Sbolte*. girl,
t' Mel* W, a ad Ella*beta Miner. girL
r Harry and rranrl* Block, boy. I
l Cbarlea H. and Florence Trimble, flrl.
Willi**> M and Dorothy firlfflth, girl.
'J Men* and Lobe Kaplan, flrl.
Mar*feell C. and Senate Wladaor. rlrl.
" Harry and Gertrude Kennedy. girl.
Robert H. and MUUcent C. Callaa. boy.
I' chartee B. and Imllr A. Oabom. girl.
Adolph C. and Irene Moran. girl.
Edneed J. and Jells 0. Reardon. girl.
Maerlea R- aed Virginia A. Michael. girt
Joaepb X. Sad Mar**ret Arthur, boy.
William and Sadie Johnaon. boy.
Canen aed Helen Shaw, girl.
iave* and Beaate Peter*, girl.
Samuel and Suae* Hunter girt
Cherlaa aed Maria* Betler. boy.
Thomas Foley. 00 years, 8t. Elisabeth's
Arthur W Burton. 7*. IS41 Randolph at.
Rk-tard Rally Hart. *1. W7 Va. av. aw.
Mr*. Lecy A. lynch. O. TN i at se.
Robert Emery Logan. 80. 2848 27th at *w.
Annie P. Brown. 3S. George Waaklagtoa
Mary A an Sullivan. (7. 510 D at ne.
Motile H. Cunningham, M. 2118 ?at aw.
Marie S. SulUran. 32. SS.1I 18th at ew.
Maurice Howard. 7. Oarfteld Ho.pt
Char lea A. Goldewlth. 4A. S221 Volu pi.
Frederick Thome. Joheaoa. Jr.. 17 <hl?.
S314 P at aw.
Virginia Chapman. *<!. IMS 8th at nw.
Banana Thornton. 34. St. Eltaabeth'a Honpt.
Cbarlea W. fraaler. 17. Tubereuloala
set By C. Kennett Borrow. 4
rV Tne physician finds him- ?
J self called on a strange
(a a ease, bat he accepts %nd 1
it leads to happiness he
had never Jcnown before. J
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Couple, Both 15,
Wed as of Age;
Case in Court
Another child romance was
Drought to the attention *.f the
District Supreme Court yesterday
rhen a petition for annulment of
n&riiage waa filed by George Schae'er
on behal< of hie 16-year-old
ion. William Scbaefer.
The petition la directed against j
5-year-old Beatrice Schaefer, who
a now said to be In the Home 6f J
he Good Shepherd. Her boy hus-1
?n* la a ward of the Board of Chil- I
Through Attorneys Stephens and1
Hill, the elder SchAefer* declares
hat the children were married at
Norwood, Md., November 30. and
?ave their ages as 21 for the boy
ind II for the gir^. After the cerenony.
It Js stated, the couple started
for the home of the bride's slsLer,
but were Intercepted by the
>oy*s father, who prevented them
'rom living together.
The War Department branch. Federal
Employes' Union, No. 2. at its
ftnnual meeting last night elected the
following officers: Pierre M. Kenoerly.
of the Adjutant General's Office.
president; Walter Keeton, first
rice president; Miss Elizabeth Edes.
second rice president; Capt. John E.
Brooks, third vice president; John
Johnston, of local. No. 2. secretary.
Stephen N. Bernhardt. Walter Keeton.
Prank S. Holliger and Pierre m'
Kennerly were elected to the board
if representatives. .
The General Accounting Office
branch organized last .night and
elected Edward L. Scheufler. War "Division.
president; Harrell C. Hoah-lund.
Navy Division, secretary. They
md Owen P. Kellar. Treasury Division.
were elected as representatives
to I real. No, 2.
Doughboy on Rhine
To Pick "Unknown"
PARI8, October ?The unknown
soldier, whose body 1s to be brought
to the United States and honored*at
Arlington. November 11. will be
chosen at Belleau Wood, October
S4. it was announced today.
General Allen, commanding the
Army of Occupation, has decided
that a doughboy from the Rhine
shall select the unknown soldier
from live bodies of unidentified dead
which will be, assembled at Belleau
Wood from five main A. E. F. cemeteries
MaJ. Thacker V. Walker was reelected
president of the Alabama
8tate Society at the annual meeting
last night in the Wilson Normal
School. The other ofTlcers are:
First vice president, MaJ. J. f'
Johnson: second vice president, Coi.
A R. Rrlndley: third vice president
L. JJ. George: secretary. Thomas c.
Bragg; treasurer, Miss Margaret
Tew; sergeant-at-arm&, G. R. Galbreath.
The hall was decorated with,
the State seal and golden rod the
Alabama State flower.
140? F Street Northwest
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PLAYS WILL BOOST '
School Children and Entire
City to Aid Next Week's
Presentation of the play. "The
Trial of Fire." edited by the National
Board of Fire Underwriters
of New York City, in 800? school
assembly halls and classrooms by I
Washington school children is
planned to teach flre prevention
during Fire Prevention Week. October
9-15, Fire Chief Watson announced
yesterday, following the
meeting of the committee in charge
of observation of the week.
The firemen's band will lea<J two
horse-drawn decorated hose wagons
in a parade through every section
of the city on Monday, fire drills
will be held in all public schools,
films and slides will warn of fire
dangers in all of the city's theaters,
and clergymen have been asked to
urge flre prevention at all services
next week, Watson said.
Policemen will distribute 7.000
posters which have been printed In
the Central High School print shop,
and menus in hotels and restau*
rants, and programs in theaters
will bear messages of flre prevention.
and street cars will carry
warnings. Signs will also be placed
above the crossing policemen's
semaphores, and blackboard drawings
in classrooms are planned to
help Impress the need of flre pre|
SUES FOR PROPERTY
Mr*. Emma Bergdoll, mother of
Grover c. Bergdoll, millionaire
slacker, and her bod, Charles a.
Braun. filed suits in the Federal
courts here today to recover property
which they claim the alien
property custodian has seised illegally.
Mrs. nerjrdoll asks'that 1176,604 in
cash and mortea*es be return.* and
?nr "SAV?*"? a prom',*ory note
for 115,000. The amounts were
ne belon*l'>* to Grover
assTrt he ha thC Tth" *nd Braun
assert ne has no interest in thAm
Similar suits were ftied rVcentlvTn
Philadelphia, but dropped yesterday.
Wood and Forbes Decorated
ar Vo'?d ^ W
ard \\ood today was decorated by
the Emperor with the Order of the
Rising Sun, first class. w Cam
eron Korbes was Riven the same
decoration, and five nth?
hers oi" Gen. Wood', party received
I. Thfc qu<
.V ?' man.
A? In denti
J8M coveted I
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Robber May Be J
With the receipt of a description
<?f a wogian wanted in Philadelphia
in connection with a robbery, local
police investigating the 110,000
jewel robbery at the home of Allen
McLane, 1723 Connecticut avenue
northwest, early Sunday morning:,
are of the belief that the woman
wanted by the Pennsylvania authorities
may have been connected with
the robbery here.
The description received by the
police yesterday Is said to tally in
many respects with the description
of the domestic employed in the McLane
home and who disappeared
shortly before the theft of the jewelry
CHICAGO. Oct. 6.?Definite answer
to the railway strike question will
be given here Monday night. L.. E.
Sheppard. president of the Order of
Railway Conductors announced tonight.
He said more than 600 general
chairmen of the brotherhoods which
have taken a strike vote have beeii'
called to attend the decisive meeting
Counting has not yet been completed
of the ballots polled by the
conductors, engineers, firemen and enginemen
The trainmen and shopmen have
voted to quit rather than accept the
12 per cent reduction of July 1. It
is deemed unlikely they will strike
Independently of the other railway
talk at annapolis
ANNAPOLIS. Md.. "Oct. ??Continuing
the Ftate-wlde campaign which
he inaugurated several days ago.
State Senator Oliver S. Metierott. of
Frince Georges County, Republican
candidate for State comptroller, visited
Annapolis tonight. SpeakInc
from the Gloucester street portico of
t>ie Maryland Hotel, he scored Democratic
administration of afTairs of
After admitting that the platforms
adopted by th? rival 'parties In their
recent convention* were _ somewhat
similar In most respects.' he upheld
the planks of the Republican document
as going further to benefit the
State. Though he referred to Gov.
Ritchie as the "distinguished executive."
he scored him because of his
attitude on State agricultural Interests.
Hp laid particular emphasis on
the Republican plans to keep the public
schools, white and colored, open
for the full term of nine months.
al Appearance and Saccess
st for beauty Is an age-old desire
stry todav we have achieved those
DEAL?S which the >?ld masters so
ray Exam I nation. Reliable Dental
Work at Moderate Prices
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payment to Salt. Examlaatloa
ir and Maid la atteadaaee, Pkonr
Pilling*?Gold. ?1| Sllw, S*r, Aim..
CROWM ANI> BRIDGES, S3. 14
mti&t. It jmm' matin. Opea Kidlji
I P. K. Otlwr Mrs, t A. X. to T. M.
.1. ?a nfnt OaaWsa?tawsWi tk<
gCoL William B. Greeley;
chief of the Forest Service,
tells of thrilling fights
with fire after it has run'
[1 through the timber lands.
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NEXT TO SCHOOL
Demand Made for Special
Treatment of Active
NEED CONGRESS' O.K.
Board Not Authorised to Use
Appropriation for Suggested
Demand for a tuberculoala aani-j
tarium to be built adjacent Co and
in connection . with the proposed j
new achool for tubercular children
developed last night at the public!
conference in the Thomson School!
called by the Board of Education
to consider the new school plan.
Ne final action was taken. In reply.
however, to previous criticisms
of delay in starting the achool. Dr.
Abram Simon, president of the
board,, declared that the delay had
"We will not be speeded up Into
putting up this building." said he.
"without a well-considered and
proper plan. This school must be
made the last word In this type ,
Med leal Res Attest.
The meeting was attended by social
workers, medical men and edu-1
cators. Needs to be met in the new
building were described by Super? j
fntendent F. W. Ballou. Dr. J. A.
Murphy, chief medical inspector of
schoola, and Municipal Architect ;
When Walter S. Ufford, secretary
of the local Tuberculosis Aaaocia- |
tlon. declared that the whole plan
of a tuberculosis school was wrong
the idea of a sanitarium began to
take shape. He was followed by
Dr. H. A. Ong. of the Children's
Hospital, and Dr. H. "C. Macatee,
who took the aame view?that anemic
children sho?tld go to open-air
schools, but that actively tubercular
children should have 24-hour
treatment and that school in their
case should b* secondary.
May Aak Authorisation.
Dr. Simon intervened with the
question: "In view of the $1S0,000
appropriation voted to build
a tuberculosis achool, what construction
would Congress put upon
it if the board devoted a part of
! that appropriation for a sanitaI
rium in connection with the
J Replies were that it eould not
: be done without the consent of
Congress, which would be as dif|
flcult to secure as a new approI
priation. The statement of Dr.
H. B. Learned, of the board, that
| they had better proceed with the
I school and at the aame time seek
' authorisation from Congress for
! the needed sanitarium apparently
j voiced final judgment of the meet!
Thirty puplla are In the present
I tuberculosis school. Sup^flntendent
| Ballou said, but with adequate exi
amlnation. which is not now posj
sible. he believed the number would
J be much larger.
Cool weather and meal
and 10c a qnart. A 16-oz. lo
SMOKED HAMS are of the i
positively hone dressed, and
our merit only. \
j ? Snoked Shoulders 4 AC
3 to 6 lbs. Ifc'b
Round Steak, lb
Sirloin Steak, lb
Porterhouse Steak, lb
Fancy Plate Beef, for boiling,
Hamburg Steak, fredr ground, I
PORK LOIN AAC
Leg of Lamb, lb ........
Shoulder Lamb, roasting, lb..
Breast Lamb, stewing, lb
Veal Cutlet, lb
Shoulder Veal, roasting, lb
Breast Veal, bone out, lb.
I Bread ft?
Eggs, strictly guaranteed, dozen
Fancy Creamery Butter, lb.-..
White Potatoes, No. 1 stock, U
Fancy Sweet Potatoes, lb
Ginger Ale, large bottle
Yellow Globe Onions, lb
SALT WATER (
Nartfceaat Markrt. lMk ?< H I
Ka?l.ti Market < a.rat. aalr).
XTTX M at. M. W? Gear*etawm.
T1S O St. N. W.
1MO Kkk.ll At*. 8. K_ Aaara
ISM Wlaniala An. H. W. 6?*l
fl^BHh* 11 -.. a ir?
SENATOR GEORGE P. V'LEAN,
Republican, ?f Coaarftlnit, wbo
* * > l? rtlfkreJlBg bin Oftb
blrtbda?. Reutor MrLraa was
kor" H??fc?ry, ( oia. Oft*.
??er T, 1887. He wt? m^utHl
from^ffce Han ford Hlgk SfkMl,
ad waa adaitird la ike bar la
1KX1. He was a araker af tbe
(Mseftkit H oo?f of Representatives
la 1KH3-1HH4 a ad a
member af tke Caaaect teat Seaate
taa yearn later.
He was appointed lalted
Statea dlatrlet attorae; far Caaaeetleat
la imi aad beld that
oflee faar yeara. la 1N1 be
e lee ted fsreraar af Caaaertleat,
aad iraa eleeted ta the
l alted Statea fteaate la 1*11 aad
_ re-eleeted ta the Senate la itift.
Federation of Citizens' Association
Planning for Membership
I ^ illiam J. Latimer, president of
i the Anacostia Citizens' Association
j and Board of Trade, was elected
I treasurer of the registration comI
mittee at a meeting last nirht of
j the committee of the Federation o(
j Citizens Associations' Registration
| who are to launch a membership
| drive on October 21 to SI. inclusive
A committee composed of Dor
York. William B. Westlake and
j Bates Stovall mere appointed to
J select a chairman of a woman'*
| committee and a committee to b?
known as "the downtown committee/*
who will make an Intensive
j drive in the downtown section tc
i enlist new members. Effort wili
j also be made to enlarge the quota
of women in various oKisens' associations.
The "first man to register In th<
j organized citizens*" campaign of th<
Federation of Citizens' Association;
was John Bojkovski. 333 Missour
j avenue northwest, who registers
I yesterday at campaign headquarters,
501 District Building.
% go hand in hand. We are st
af of the finest BREAD for Sc. (
inert grade. Our FRESH SHOU
1 the quality cannot be betters
Smoked Hams MC
6 to to n>?. ^/.ib
...? 20c | Trader Chuck
23c Rib Roast ...
25c Shonlder Clod
Ik" 8c Bouillon Roast
b 121* Beef Lirer, lb.
LEAN PORK *Oc
28c Pore Lard, lb.
18c Bean Pork or 1
12l/gc Corned Pig T.
. 40c Fresh Spare Ri
20c Machine Sliced
.'.15c Fresb Pork Ski
Frash Killed 47C
FrylngCliicliens J * It
43c Hawaiian Slice
l" *? Early Jose Pea
3V?c Fmct S"**r (
...lie- FnD Pack Toa
4c Mayonnaise Sa
1YSTEBS F?II Mew
le" Coffee *
M A.RKKTS rOMVF.MKmi LOCI
Its. KJ. IOI* 14<k St. R. W.
SOSS 141k St. N. W.
nt ? C *t?. S. K.
3121 1Mb 91. N. W.
tta. WIS 141k St. V W.
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DURING PARLEY IS*
URGED FOR D. tI
Col. Sherrill Seeks Unified
Effort to Have City
Spick and Span.
ASKS QUIET NIGHTS
Would Still All Unnecessary
Racket Caused by Late
A nun meeting of all Washington
el vie organisation. including
the citizens' associations the Chamber
of Commerce and the Board SI
Trad*, to aet In operation a unified
effort to cat Washington thoroughl)
clean and keep It clean through oat
the limitation of armament! conferenca
wai proposed yesterday by
Col. C. O. Sherrill. of the office of
Public Building and Grounds, apeatIn*
before the Twentieth Century
Club at the Cosmos Club.
Bhoald Be Splek mm* Ipsa
"This Is the only way In which
the city Itself aa a whole can be
rut in a proper conditionCol. Sherrill
declared. "Lawns, residrncx-s
and places of business of Washington
should be spick and spaa, absolutely
free from unsightly conditiens,
litter and paper " he added
Col. Sherrill also denounced latehour
automobile drivers "who se. m
to take delight in squeaking their
brakes, whirling their engines and
leaving them whirl while they escort
their friends to their residence*"
Elimination of these "unspeably
loud noises that afflict out
ears at all hours of day and night"
must be eliminated for thr comfort
of the Visitors. Col. Sherrill insisted.
Bhoald Hoaer Vlslfaea.
"Let us have every one of the
450.000 people here appoint himself
a special assistant to the President
In making Washington all that it
should be In honor of our visitors,
not only as an advertisement to the
city of Washington, but in honor
of the nations who are sending their
representatives here on thl* great
undertaking." Col. Sherrill plead
! William D'Arcy Ryan, illumination
engineer in charge of the installation
of the Illumination for
the armament limitation coafereoc..
, will leave Washington today for
New Tork. where he will complete
the drawings for the Jeweled pc?c<
' arch and the lighting planned f5r
the city during the first two si^^
| of the parley.
| Will Represent Army.-MaJ.
F. W. Honeycutt. G 8..
. , attend the conference of the St;
tional Collegiate Athletic Aej*ociatt?n
, In New Tork City as the reprea?a*taI
tire of the army.
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