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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1012.
COMPANY WILL BE
Citizens' Association Plans
to Aid Man Suing to Pre
vent Higher Water Rates.
A. testimonial reception to the mem
n EnBlne Company, No. 2t,
ueorrta avenue and Hock Creek Church
J,,'" "'being; arranged by tho Petworth
Mtlzens' Asaoclatlon. The tcntatlva
"'.' for tho reception la December 10.
William N. Cromwell, president of the
n.ocltttlon. II. 8. Le Due nd P. 1J.
Brill compose the committee arranging
jne reception. It Is planned to present
the nvmbera of the company some
token of appreciation. Thla compiny
I?... newet In the District Fire De
partment and occupies the largest and
neat modern of tho local Are compuny
' "" . association held Its regular
monthly meeting last night The action
or the rihode Island Citizens' Associa
tion In supporting th suit of one of Us
members tgatnat the District Commis
sioners to test the validity of tho pro
posed Increase In water rates, was In
iJS and after discussion It was de
cided. If necessary, to give financial aid
jo the man bringing the suit agalns'.
the Commissioner. It was tho tivntl
went of the association that tho Com
missioners have no right to raise the
It was decided, at the meeting to con
duct a campaign for members thla
winter. President Cromwell In speak
;" of the proposed campaign, said:
There Is no reason why we cannot
make our association ono of tne sttong
est In the city." The present member
ship will be divided into tenms or
squads and a house to house canvnss
made of the Petworth section. It U
hoped to get fully 150 more members by
Get Football Results.
George X, McLanahan, president of
the Washington Yale Alumni Associa
tion, and Deekman Wlntlirop, president
of the Washington Harvard Alumni As
aoclatlon, through the courtesy of the
house committee of tho 1'nlvernlty
Club, have arranged for tho niemhera
of the two aasoclatlons to get the Yuli-
Harvard football game Saturday over
h leased wire Into the eluti parlors.
Doth Mr. McLanahan and Mr. Wlntlirop
expect a full attendance of the two ns-eoclatlons.
HIGH SCHOOL PLANS
Work on New Building Will Not Begin Before Early in
January Associated Players to Give Ama
WASH1NOTON TIMES DUltBAU.
ALnXANDItIA, VA.. NOV. M.
Early In next January la tho date
fixed by tho school board of Aloxandrln
for commencement of work on the Mew
high school building, was the statement
made last night at the meeting of the
joint committee on finance and schools
of city council and tho special com
mittee of the school trustees, which
was held for the purpose of agreeing
upon tho plan for finnnclng the struc
ture Dr. W. M. Bmlth, chairman of
tho city school board, made a state
ment showing tho great need of tho
building on account of the congested
condition which now exists. Ho stated
that the trustees had In view the du
plicate of a school building at Harpers
Ferry which had been erected for
$35,000. It Is proposed to send a com
mirece to Harpers Kerry to view the
building before llnal arrangements aro
The plan propoacd by the school
trustees and which will be submitted
to council at Its next meeting, pro
vides for the title of the property to
be voBted In the school board and not
In city council. The school board will
then negotiate a loan, at b per cent, on
the property for J35,0 giving seven
notes for 15,000 each, tinder this plan
the city will bo compelled to pay ap
proximately fi,000 per annum for a
period of soven years.
The Associated Players of Alexandria
mado their llrst appcaranco before tho
public last night when they presented
"A Noble Outcast" at tho opera house
for the benellt of tho Anti-Tuberculosis
Society. They wero greeted by a ca
pacity audience, and a considerable
sum of money was reallicd for the so
ciety. Tho cast Included a number
of well-known Alexandria amateurs,
among them J. Kred Hlrrell, Harry
I'lelschmann, A. II. It. Onyun, Frank
Hnilth, 'Miss Kdna Drew, Miss Mario
Drew, and Miss Urace Itelf.
The funeral of John T. Nails, whoso
death occurred on Monday night, will
be held at 3 o'clock tomorrow after
noon, and the services will bo con
ducted bv the Itev. Mr. Mnn, pastor
of tho Ilaptlst Church, of which Mr.
Nails was n member.
Jiuyuem ruriii, ue uiiivn eni ui
Alexandria, and reputed to be one of
ino nneni mrnis in iiurwicni viikiiiiu,
has been sold bv John T. Judd to Chris
tian E. Zaber, representing a colony of
Dunkards who will locate there.
One of the most elaborate wcddlngh
of tho season will take place tonignt
when Miss Pauline Fnuntelroy Nlcol,
daughter of Judge Charles Edgar Nlcol
will become the bride of Dr. Ilenjamln
Iden, of Mnnssas. The ceremony will
take place at 8 o'clock In Christ Church.
Tho maid of honor will be Miss Julia
Nlcol. sister of tho bride, and the best
man, Dr. John Iden, U. 8. N., brother
of the groom. A reception nt tho resi
lience of tno bride win roiiow tne ceremony.
Col. Frank L. Denny
Returns to Capital
Col. Frank I Denny, detailed to duty
at San Francisco, following the shake
up at Marine Corps headquartcra two
years ago, will return to Washington
as quartermaster. Col. William H.
I.auchhelmcr. who was riven a dis
tant detail at the same time, returned
about six weeks ago.
it Is stated that the orders under
which the two officers were given all-
sent details were Illegal. Colonel Denny
was a staff officer. The position of
quartermaster has not been tilted during
his absence of two years.
Lincoln Post Will
Have Its Inspection
Lincoln Post, No. 3, Orand Army of
the Itepubllc, will be given Its annual
visitation and Inspection tonight In the
O, A. It. Hall, in Pennsylvania avenue
by Department Commander J. D. Iltood
rood and his staff.
Accompanying the commander will be
Thomas II. McKce, senior vlco com
mander: J. K. Oleeson, Junior Vcc com
mander; Osborn 01dro)d, nssbiunt ad
jutant general; E. 1). Godfrey, depart
ment Inspector, and C. II. Robinson,
irusterlng ofllcer J. E. Hart li the
inspector for Lincoln post.
SCHRANK IS INSANE
Premature Publication of Al
leged Finding Angers
MILWAUKEE, Nov. M.-Aa tho result
of a premature publication of a report
that the commission named to study
John Schrank, assailant of Colonel
Hoosovclt, had found tho man Insane,
tho court has threatened to reject tho
report nnd namo a new commission.
A rigid Investigation and punishment
for the parties guilty of giving out the
report wae promised by Judge Ilackus,
when Informed that a rumor alleged to
have come from tho district attorney a
ofneo gave the fact that Schrank had
already been found Insane by tho com
mission of five prominent physicians
examining him, and that tho commis
sion will so report to tho court In a fow
days. The report was given out early
Tuesday morning, and It was said tho
Information came lrom the olnce of tno
district attorney and that It was verl-
The district attorney denies, how
ever, having given the story Jo newa
papers and members of tho commission
refused to discuss the report when low
Election of officers of tho Mlnneaota
Alumni Association In this city will t-e
held December 9, according to the an
nouncement made at the annual banquet
In tho Cnrhrrin Hotel lawt nlRht.
Presldtn Ciorge E. McLean, of the
rnlveislty of Iowa, delivered an addrtis
in which no iiepioreu mencin mnn,
hurry, and bustle, saying thnt they
wero shortening human life without
adding anything to it.
Warn Against Swindler.
Tho pollco have sent out a warning
agaist a tiyoung man wno nas been
soliciting funds from residents of th
southwest section of the city on the
representation that he was collecting
money for the police penlnn fund. The
man Is said tn have collected K from
a resident in II street southwest.
The Most Enjoyable Smoke
in the World
Morgan Robertson, famous writer of sea
tales, says I
"The able collaborator who has
helped tne over mapy a rough plate,
given me ideas when ideas were
scarce, is none other than my old
Mend, Tuxedo Tobacco."
EVERY man knows that pipe smoking is the
ideal form in which to use tobacco. Only
by smoking a pipe, can you get the full
benefit and enjoyment from tobacco.
And yet thousands of men reluctantly deny
themselves the pleasure of the pipe because fancy
"mixtures" and ordinary tobaccos bite the tongue,
dry the throat and upset the nerves.
It is not necessary longer to forego the pleas
ure a pipe can give you.
CHARLES S. ASHLEY
Chtrltt 8. Ashley, now serving hli six
teenth term at II ay or ol New Bedford,
"Tux edo st rites vie as being the
best pipe filler eitr. A whole
some, enjoyable smoke."
Billiard T'tle May
Be Decided Tonight
NEW YOItK, Nov, M.-Wllllo IIoppo
nnd Ora Mornlngstnr meet In whnt may
lio the final match of the billiard cham
pionships tonight. If Hoppe wins, as
expected, the title remains with him.
If defeated there will bo a three-cornered
tie between Hoppe, Mornlngntaj-,
and Hlossln to bo played off.
Last night Yamaita, tho Japanese
crrtck easily defeated Al Taylor, 600 to
273, and George Bloason (rimmed Harry
Cllne, WO 16 306.
Pet Pug Dog Buried
With Expensive Honors
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Nov. M.-Wlth
greater funeral honors than are ac
corded many men, "Monkey," a pug
dog, owned by Mra. Harry JocKson, waa
The bndv. In lis costly casket, waa
exhibited In the best room of tho Jack
son home. Flowers wero sent by neigh
bors nnd admlrcra of "MonKcy. a
hearso carried tho casket to Price Hill,
whero "Monkey" was burled In a lot
furnished through the Ohio Humane
Malcolm Straass.well-known artlit.styii
"A pipeful of Tuxedo gives
added inspiration and encourage
ment. Besides, its mild flavor
makes it a keenly enjoyable smoke. ' '
The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
x Tuxedo cannot bite the tongue or irritate the
throat. The reason for this is that T.uxedo is made
of only the mildest, choicest leaves of the highest
grade, perfectly aged, Burley tobacco, by the
famous Tuxedo process."
The "Tuxedo process" is a secret, known
only to its manufacturers.
It was discovered by Dr. R. A. Patterson, the
founder of the R. A. Patterson Tobacco Co., after
many years of experiment. Its popularity has never
been artificially forced by sensational advertising.
The demand has grown naturally and steadily.
until now nearly eighty million packages are sold
You can smoke Tuxedo in the office, on the
street, and at home. It cannot make you nervous;
its aroma is delightful and it cannot smell up lace
curtains or your clothes.
LT. WM. H. SANTELMANN
Lieut. William II. Santchninn, leader of
the U. 8. Marine Band, says :
" have used Tuxedo tobacco
and found it to be a great luxury.
It is a cool, sweet smoke and I take
plcasute in recommending it to all
mr YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
sx3i c IT
Comrenient poach, inner-lined C n
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r. '- GARRETT P. SERVISS
Gsrrott P. Bervlit, prominent tcleatlit
and writer, author of "The Second De-
lure." etc., isysi
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have tried many brands of
. baa ana n
j.um trnnd hnd and indifferent '.
before alighting upon Tuxedo, the
Viy.!WrmmsvPar7Ti!lNii7 I S rial packara. I
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WILLIAM P. BHERIDAN
William V, KherlJnn, eno of the rnesl
famous detectives In the country, saysi
"Tuxtda is so mighty fine, so
niptrlalh'A In its ouality, its mild,
ness and combined richness, that it
Stems the ultimate and only tobacco
for the connoisseur, lean recom
mend It unqualifiedly,"
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