Newspaper Page Text
- i nt
TIIE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1912,
WILL ASK COURT
,1,1 i .. i
Officers of Arlington - and
Alexandria Companies to
(Continued from First Page.)
to ret the. major, portion of the stock.
In the meantime (he Alexandria County
Company wai to sell power to the Ar
lington Company, on a twiyear con
M n. Church. It la aliened, actlnff aa
tent ot the Waahtnsrton .'and. Virginia
jiaiivray company, cauea a anap meet
Inx ot the stockholders of the Arling
ton Company, without recourse to the
directors, and 'had turned over 'to him
self sufficient stock to control the com
pany. lt la'on this allegation that court
proceedings win 'be 'largely casta, i is
further alleged,. by,. eomo of the direc
tors of the Alexandria and Arlington
.companies, that. this atock Issue waa II
lraai and thev nroDOin' to teat It In the
courts. In the meantime the Injunc
tion proceeaing is to -De niea 10 pre
vent the voting of the-atock lo ratify
the merger i agreement made .between
the Maryland and -Virginia Company,
the holding, company, .the Braddock
Klectrlc Company And the " Arlington
The officers 'and 'dlrecttors of the
Alexandria county company are Oeorge
K. Warfleld, Alexandria, president; 8.
It. Welter. Alexandria, and H. T. Hart
man, Philadelphia, vice presidents; H.
C Swain, treasurer: Joseph A. mat
tery, of Philadelphia; secretary, and' Leo
P.' Harlow, of Alexandria, general coun
sel. Under the Issue of stock of the Ar
lington 'company, which la to be attack.
cl In. court, M. E. Church Is a majority
stockholder and president of the Arllng.
ton company. The Arlington company
Is. capitalised at-O0,0C0;' par value of
shares, S100. Ninety-five shares have
a i - in '
A 50-CENT BOX FREE
i. Recent Discovery, Kellogg's 8a.nl.
tone Wafers, tile Host Effcctbo
Metre Stren-rthener for Hen
br Science. i
This is the world's' newest, safest,
most reltable' and effective nerve in
vlgorator. revltaltzer, brain awakener,
body ' strengthener, without equal In
the world's history of medicine. It
brings, about'a'Change from that awful,
Jull, weak, laxy,'don't-glve-a-hang feel-lnayto'brlichtnfsev-strength,
le. " . ,.
ateUofg's Saalton Wafers Hake Tern
JTeel Hno All the Time.
FOn. MEN. Nerve-force none! You
are what rour nerves are. nothing else.
If you feel alt run-down from oerwork
or other causes. If you suffer from In
somnia "cavea-in ' reeling, Drain lag,
extrame nervousness, t peevishness,
gloominess, worry, cloudy brain, .uss
of ambition, energy and vitality, loss
of weight and digestion, constipation,
headaches, neuralgia, or the debilita
ting effects of tobacco or drink. Bend
for a 00c free trial box of Kellogg'a
Banltone Wafers, and soon you will
be well, strong and happy.
FOR .WOMUN. If you suffer from
nervousness, vi breakdown, extreme ner
vousness, -t"blue" spells, desire to cry,
worry, neuralgia, 'back pains, loss of
weight or appetite, sleeplessness, heud
atihes, and constipation, and are all
out-of-sorts, Kelloggs Banltone Wafers
will -make you' feel that there la mors
to life than jod ever' realized before.
Bend -today for' the Mo free trial box.
, ,No more need of dieting, diversion,
traveI,- tiresome exercises, dangerous
drugs, electricity, massage, or, anything
lse Kellogg" s Sanltone'Wafers do U'
work for 'each and all, give you nerve
forte and make you love to live.
All first-class druggists have KeltoRg's
Banltone Wafers in itock. at 11.00 a
box, or they will be mallecVdlrect upon
refcolpt ot price by P. J. Kellogg, mil
ironmaster Block, Battle Creek, Mich.
No free' trial boxes from druggists.
lACO-cent trial box of this great dis
covery wllj prove that theyjlo the
work. They are guaranteed every
water. Bend coupon-below today for
freeCOc trial box of Kellogg's Banltone
Free Trial Box Coupon
F. J. Hello Co, 1334 aloffmaater
Block, Battle Creek. Mich.
Stnd me by return mall, free of
cnarge, a bc-ceni inai oox or the
wonderful discovery for nerves,
Kellogg" s Banltone Wafers.' I en
close e cents In stamps to help pay
postage and packing. h.
Street or, It. F.D
The Tegular 11 00 size of "Kellogg's
Sanltone Wafers, are for sale in Wash
ington at Affleck's Drug Htore.ilSth and
F. streets northwest. Adrian M. Klau.
xewakl, 6u0 Ninth 'street northwest. Peo
ple's Pharmacy. 927 Seventh street
northwest, O'Donnell, 904 V strict
northwest, 301 Penna. ave. southeast.
No free boxes from druggists.
EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, OCT. 6
The Washington & Old
Through Electric Service
between Washington and Leesburir. Vs..
and intermediate points, affording the
public an excellent and frequent service.
Schedule of.tralns can ba obtained at
706 Utn 8t. N. W., W6 J)' BU N. W., and
16th and M Stf. N. W-
Policemen Will Not Wear the Old
Style Helmets During
Replacing the old-style helmet, mem
bers of the Washington j)ollco force are
now wearing the regulation cap, the
new style of headgear which was adopt
od about two years ago. The caps
furnlsh'much more protection In c61fl
weather, (It close to the head and, ac
cording to police officials. Rive that
much-desired "military ., appearance,"
And-these prices, mind' you, include; the highest grade of
'improvements such as macadam roadways, cobbled gutters, gran
olithic sidewalks, sewer and water. You are not buying "futures,"
either, as these-.improvements are right there now for your own
inspectfon. In addition, .you have the best car service, bar none,
which any suburb of Washington enjoys.
.which President Toft said some time
ago the Washington force lacktd. In
summer the men wear a similar cap1
made of lighter material. -
The caps are furnished by Saks ft
Co, Seventh street and Pennsylvania
avenue, who were awarded 'the con
tract In competition with a large, num
ber of out-of-town firms who make a
specialty -of furnishing wearing apparel
to policemen and firemen. Baku A Co.
have had the contract for several years.
The largest cap In' the department Is
worn by Policeman Wolf, of the Fifth
nreclnct, and If the headgear had been
furnished" from stock It would probably
brcn necessary to make a special slie
'or Patrolman Wolf. All of the caps,
however, are made to Individual order.
The oaps nere furnished for the first
time this year' In Individual boxes.
In almost every city of the country
the old familiar policeman's helmet Is
obsolete, having been replaced by the
regulation cap..whlch Is practically the
ramc In every jurisdiction.
Prices In Chevy Chase
Range From ,12c to 50c Per Foot
it- " . '
)' According to Location
Thomas J. Fisher & Co., Inc.
Illinois Republican ; '
Clubs Hears Addresses
In an adlrets before the Illinois Re
publican. Association held at the Na
tional Republican Club headquarters
last night, Richard P. Kvans made a
bitter attack upon Theodore Roosevolt,
declaring him tp be "a shrwed politic
ian without principle 'and without a
The contest Cases before the Chicago
convention wero reviewed by Philip
Walker, a member ot the local bar, anil
he slid 'he national committee rlxhtly
decided the majority of them In favor
of President Taft.
The recall of judges and of Judicial
decisions was assailed by O. A. Phelps.
Ha urged all Republicans to make tho
trip home, anJ vote rcxt month, say
ing probably less than 2,000 ballots
would bo a determining factor In the
Annual Bath for
( Legislative Halls
The Capltoi and Benate and House
office buildings are about to receive
t.-l anniial l.alfia f.Hf.ti vai the tOSk
of removing from the exterior of the
legislative nans the accumulated grimo
of twelve months devolves upon the
m.. n.na.lm.H( Thtt wnrV will htfftn
run Mcy.t.,MiM ...w .v.. . --..-
on Monday and will occupy about ten
days. The baths will be aamimstereu
by a detachment of ten metLunder tne
direction of T. M. noblnaM superin
tendent of machinery, and Capt. C. It.
Reynolds, of No. 3 Engine Company.
After washing down the Capitol the
firemen will turn their attention to the
Senate and House qfTlce buildings, An
engine and hose wagon will be em
ploed In lh work. v
THE ELECTRIC LINE
;' Reduced Rate
$1.25 Round Trip
livery Saturday and Sunday. Includ
ing Washington city carfare. Good
to return until Monday midnight.
Fall awl -Winter Schedule -'
' to the '
Eastern Shore of Maryland r
To Claiborne, McDanlels, Royal
Oak, Eaaton, and all points down D.
C.tf A. Hy., allows passengers to
visit tho Eastern Bhore and return
Direct Servlee to Oxford and
Ask Ticket Agent for schedule and
WashingtM, BaltiBwe &Aiiapolis
Electric Rajhreai Cnqiaiy
1434 New York Aveaae.
No Trips Like These
Old Point Comfort
MODKR.V PALACK STBAMERS
"NoWhlaad" aad "RontklaBd''
ISrerr Day la Ike Year.
City Ticket Oflee, T31,13lk St. IV. W..
Norfolk & Washington
Lews 7th SL Wharf at 2:30 p..
Retaraia( at 8 p. b.
EXCELLENT CAFE SERVICE
FARE, ROUND TRIP, 25c
Two irtsa dally azcept Sunday la
Laarlns Seventh Street Wbarf at 11 a. m.
aad fM p. tn. rtouad trla to cats. tee.
JrtXANTlO CITY, N. J.
4Uk Wklte Saaa CHaa7.
BIS 14(k St. K. W. Phoae Mala 3317.
Sraaches In Over M0 leading cities In Amer
ica. Europe, and Africa. Pupils traveling
may transfer the value of tbelr letsons from
me cii to anotoer witnout aaaitionai coat.
PHIVATE AND CIABS LESSONS AT
SCHOOL, OR RESIDENCE. DAT
0 BEST OP NATIVE TEACHERS.
Terms reasonable. Catalosu 'en application.
GRAND rnlZES AT ALL, RECENT
ISew Classes Constantly Kormlng.
Tone Production. Deep Breathing.
Voice Placing1. Physical Culture.
Ear Training. Distinct Enunciation.
Sight Singing. Dramatic Art
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
143 Eleventh St. N. E., Ph. Cine 17J9.
Wuhington School of Acconntanqr
Instruction preparing- tor C P. A. desrea
and business aamuustration proiessional
It.naaa bulletin sent OD request.
Director "of Education. T. M. C. A.. 173 O st.
111 East Capital Street.
School of Oreis Shorthand and Tjuch
School ot Rookkeeplnc.
Sibool o( civil Service.
School of Enfltah Branches.
Kree caulocue upon request. Tel. Line U
COURT F. WOOD. VU It.. Principal.
ltli RTB STREET.
FOR SOTS AND 0 III La.
THIRTIETH TEAR DEQINS
Thomas W. Sidwell, A. M.,
Pop. Wed. Mat'., Oo to U Sat Mat.
Ua to $1.50. Nights, G0o to R-
THE rEHPECT, WOMAN."
tn "Undine" and "The Hose ot Mex
ico." 70 Associate Players and
NKXT VEKK-8BATS NOW.
Tl BtnHtlonst Ursmstla tluccfil
A BUITERFLY AWHEEL
Cait Includes th Itadlng artliU from
th notbl London and New York pru
duct Inn ,
u AURira i-pia ecnMiionai nuoceit.
TUB l itti rev nrnri
i!Lfc LI I I LEO I nCDEL
mm urnininw i'iay la Tears, '
Next Week- &
In the Bverjorous Owrtlts,
THE ivii waa a
With tks N.w York Csit. Including Tim u
Tanltrkt at Hits
THe Wsrbi Hi
fV0MiT Compasir ut SO.
Orck tm jf aa.
Seats Now SalUaur.
(Tfce MeMrr Co Managers)
THE MAN FROM HOMF
r Booth rrarklmcfoa aad Harry
oi neautiiui rneatra in America.
Attrsctlona Eauallna' th ti Tbaatr.a
Dally Mat, s & toe. Eves . 3. U 7t
McINTYRE & HEATH
IN THEIR FAMOUS MINSTREL
FARCES. Wed. & Tnura., "The Man
Fmm Montana." Fri. A Sat . Tha
Oeorila Mlnatrela." EDITH HELENA.
HUB VAN t JOB BCIISNCK. Deri
Levy. Mai circus. Ac I Gnat Acta
NEXT WEEK Kat. Elinors A Sam
Wllllama. "My Ladra Fans." Stanley
jamea. ft Co. Ac. Buy Bests Today.
MATS.. TUES , THURS. AND BAT.
ROBERT UILLIARD'S Oreat Euooaas.
"A FOOL THERE WAS"
First Time at Less Than tl Prices.
NEXT WEEK., THE GAMBLERS
Inaugural Week or Hlih-Claas Vaudeville.
10 BIO FEATURES 10
Indudlnc "A NIOHT IN THE PARK,"
tabloid musical comedy; th Oacoou
European Junllns Act; Eckhoft At Oor
don. . In. Sniss and . Dajiceet Morrla
Kramer Minstrel Entertainers; Desaia
La, court. Slnglnc 'Comedlennsr Pletro,
the AccordIonPlano Wonder; and Mys
terlous Edna. MATINEES DAIt.T.
ALL THIS WEEK.
MISS NEW YORK, Jr.
Jos. K. Watson aad Will Cohan
And All Star Cast.
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION.
All tho world's series games will bo shews,
on the plavogrsph preceding the show at
exactly the asms tlms as played on tba ball
Next Wek-THH WHini. OF MIRTH.
9th St. and Pa. Ave.
Big Stock Musical Coaedy Co.
and High-Class Vaudeville
TODAY AT 2 TONIGHT AT 8
Prices, 10c, 15c, 25c
OTITIS T "XT
At Two Perform a nc Dally Joe Hurtle OCttr
Supported By a Great Cait, Including
Returns ot World's Berles Games (ram stag.
Next Wcek-THE TAXI QIRLS.
4 COSII'LETE SHOWS DAILY I
Alders Great Polar Bears
The Only Act ot Ita Kin la tho
ARQADE SKATING RINK
14th St. and Park road.
3 Session Dally
Morning Afternoon Nlarht
Tl A WflTWr! ASSEMBLT DANCES.
JJAJMUAXIVr Elery Thur, & sat. Eva.
Nat'l Rifles' Armory. Continuous dancing Ml
Merchants and Miners Transportation Co.
"FLORIDA BY SEA"
Savannah and Jacksonville
Heat mulii to rlorl.U. Culm, anil the iSoLth
tine btiameri lxcellont Kerli.f Lu
(area All aitamers rfuliped wltli wirH'
New itcaiuvra Suwuneu und HineiiHl In
coamnlrilon Uiuiua d l.uxi I jllu bt.lU
II A O It R OKflCIJ.
T. P. TUR.NER. P. T. 11.. UaRUnois. M4.