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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ll 1912.
FOR MEMORIAL TO
Committee of Hundred
Strong in Condemning At
, tempt to Take Money.
With special reference to the pro
posed Lincoln Memorial, the committee
or 100 for the Future Development of
Washington last night submitted Iti sec
ond annual report to the Chamber of
Commerce, setting forth In strong Ian-
fiiage the umtctlrablllty of erecting a
ilncoln merorlal anynhere else except
In tho District or Columbia.
"Your committee has worked hard and
must continue to work hard to prevent
the selfish diversion of the 12,000,000 ap.
proprlatlon from a memorial structure
to Lincoln In the District or Columbia
(whether that structure takes the form
of a bridge to Arlington, or a memorial,
as recommended by the Fine Arts Com
mission, on the Mall), outside of the
Nation's Capital) to n roadway, by
which the name of Lincoln would be
no more honored than It would be to
rename the Conduit road or any one
of the millions of roads In the United
Panama Exhibit Planned.
One or tho suggestions contained In
the report Is an exhibit for the District
of Columbia In California at the
Panama exposition In 1915. It la shown
that every State In the Union will have
A subcommittee will urge Congress to
appropriate a sufficient amount to have
this exhibit properly Installed at the ex
The committee reported that the com
mittee has expended to date 19,000, amt
that It would need during the year about
12,000. to properly carry on tho work.
The Chamber was asked to appropriate
$300 of this amount, and did so.
Hail Time Shortened.
William K. Shannon also reported ln
behalf of the special committee concern
ing a boat lino between Annapolis and
bera of Commerce or Maryland and the
through the efforts of the allied Cham-'
bers of Commerce of Marylad and the
Chamber of Commerce of Washington,
the United States malls now go direct
from Washington to Annapolis, Md., In
stead or through Baltimore. This short
ens the time for both passengers and
mall l- from two to eight hours.
GeorKe V. Worthlngton moved that a
committee be appointed to draft a let
ter to the Incoming Congressmen on
thi Intimate relation between the Dis
trict and the ConRrcssmen. Mr. Worth
lngton pointed out the Importance of
having the large number or new Con-
?;ressmen understand rullv the Impor
ant relation between them and the
IS FOUND IN NAVY
Twenjy-eight Per Cent of South
t erners in Uncle Sam's Serv
Twenty-eight per cent of the sailors
lo the United states Navy enlisted from
the Southern States have hookworm, ac
cording to the annual report of the Sur
geon General or the Navy made public
today, or tho number of enlisted men
affected bv the disease, to per cent came
from South Carolina and Alabama.
The hookworm disease Is prevalent In
the Island possessions of the United
States as well. Ninety per cent of the
Inhabitants of the Samoan and Guam
Islands havo the hookworm and So per
cant have acUve or Incipient tuberculo
'.. The hookworm has marked his
trail all through the Philippines where,
in addition, there has been an alarming
number of cases of dengue, a tropical
fever, and malaria.
The greatest number of fatalities in
the navy during tho last year haa
come from drowning and the Burgeon
General recommends that a compulsory
course in swimming be added to ships'
curriculum. Contagious diseases among
pallors have, on tho whole, shown a
decrease during the last year although
mental afflictions have been on the In.
crease. A more careful scrutiny of tho
applicant by the recruiting officer la
Shot in Riot.
HACKEN8ACK, N. J.. Dee. 11. De
tective Fullerton, of the Erie railroad,
and a workman were ahot In a riot be
tween strikers and strike breakers at
the Bhadyslde. Police were sent from
here to quell the disorder.
makes delicious pastry
If s the last word in pastry
making. It makes cakes so
jght and airy that every mor
rsl tastes like "more."
Digestible too, because Cot
jolene food is never greasy.
Cottolene is better than
aid, because it's a vegetable
not an animal product It
s richer use one-third less.
Cottolene is cheaper than
mtter costs no more than
ard, and will give better re
sults than either. Use one
hird less than
t2-l2-t2 Is Odd
In Current Month
Letters and documents may be
dated 121212 tomorrow and
the triple repetttlre will aot be
la .order agala aatll January 1,
2401, waea fke date will be
111. Aad the day after to.
morrow will be Friday ?and the
18th, considered a moit nnholr
combination by the aapentl-
CITY PARKING PLAN
East Washington Association
The East Washington Heights an
iens' Association discussed park sys
tems, highway extensions and water
service at Its meeting In the Baptist
Church, here. The Commissioners' plans
for a park system In the District were
Indorsed. Secretary David C.' Fountain
urged that the association continue Its
agitation on this subject.
Secretary Fountain read a letter from
the Commissioners saying work will
be started In April or May on the reser
voir to be located on the grounds of
the Stanton school. In connection with
the new Anacdstla pumping plant.
The association urged that Alabama
avenue be straightened so that It can
be extended by way of Overlook Inn'
through Pennsylvania avenue to old
Forts Davis and Dupont, the acquisi
tion of which, by comdemnatlon for
park purposes. Is in progress.
SULZER WILL FARM
AT END OF TERM
Other Plumage Taken
Enforcers of Recent
Governor-elect Announces Plans
at Dinner Given in
That he will "retire to a little farm
by the aide of tho road and be a friend
of man" were tho concluding remarks
of Governor-elect William Bulier, of
New York, at the banquet given last
flight In his honor at the Metropolitan
Club and attended by men of public lire,
whose friendship the guest had made
during his' eighteen yeara as a member J
or congress. .
mi mini in become a farmer after
serving his term as governor of New)
York Slate were maae Known 10 iuur
assembled about him after he had been
eulogized by Secretary or State Knox.
Senator Ellnu Root, Senator O'Oorman
and others. The dinner was given In
nonor of Mr. Sulser by Congressman
Fall-child, or tha Twenty-rourth New
York district, a llfelon gfrlcnd of the
NEW YORK. Dec. ll.-The largest
seliure of plumage made since tho milli
nery law went Into effect eighteen
months ago was made by representa
tives of the State conservation com
mission and tho National Association
of Audubon Socletlfs In A. Hlrsch &
Co.'s factory, 20 East Thirty-first street.
Members or the Audubon Society dis
covered recently that a department
store had sold a woman seven hum
ming birds. B. U Bowdlsh, chief clerk
of the societies, traced tho- birds to
Hlrsch & Co. Tho store paid a lino
Accompanied by Warden Edgar
Hicks, of the State conservation com
mission, Bowdlsh went to lllrsh & Co.'s
factory and there discovered great
quantities of plumage. Tho raid follow
ed. Thoy seized MO humming birds ami
the plumage or many gulls, herons,
grebes and swifts all readv for women's
hits and worth a lurge sum or money,
T. Gilbert I'carson, secretary or the
Audubon 8oclety, said at the offices of
"The millinery law gave the trades
people more than a tear in which to
dispose of stock, and since eighteen
months have elapsed we can see no rea
son why further leniency should bo
"There Is an abundance of material
that can be used for hat trimming to
which there Is no legal objection, and
manufacturers and stores will find It to
their advantage to adhere strictly to the
"We predict that the coming year will
develop a wonderful change. The death
knell has been sounded for the wearing
ot aigrettes and other objectionable
Quits School for Cupid.
WATERVILLE, Me.. Dee. lt.-Choo.-Ing
a wedding ring Instead or the sheep
skin or a graduate. Miss Gertrude
Malnes, until four weeks ago a member
of the senior class at Colby College, to.
day became the bride or Joseph Law
rence Clarke, a prominent young lawyer
or Portland. The bride Is the daughter
or William T. Haines, governor-efect of
Maine, at whose home in this city the
wedding took place.
Laata longer than a buttonhole
collar and la eaaler to put on and
to tax off. 15c, 2 for 25c
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Here's a Healthy Reason for Purchasing a
As Expressed by
R. C CARTER
(Ul V St.)
REMEMBER, there's noth
ing more valuable than
the family's health.
Health is the best assurance of
happiness in the world, and even
wealth will not acquire it.
Healthy surroundings are the
best inducement for health, and
such is the location of High View.
The sunlight and ventilation
arrangement of these homes is
also conducive to good health.
Terms $200 Cash and
$26.92 Per Month
HIGH VIEW homes consist of
six full rooms and bath, and are
equipped with all modern conveni
ences. The construction is of beau
tiful pressed brick reinforced with
steel, and the type of architecture
lotloleaa is never
aid in bulk al
rays in air-tight
n palla, which' pro
set it from dirt,
ust and odors. It
l always uniform
TOE M. K. FAWBANK COMPAMT
"Since living at High
View our two little' boys
have improved wonder'
fully in health. They eat
twice as much now as be
fore we moved here.
Another reason why we
first came to buy was the
fact of the truly magnifi
cent view we got of the
entire city from High
R. C. CARTER,
118 V Street.
TO INSPECT Take any G street car
marked "Drookland" or "North Capitol
and W streets," get off nt Rhode Island
uvenue, and walk one square east.
OUR FREE AUTO SERVICE
This service Is for the rree accommodation or those Interested In any of
our properties. It does not obligate you In any way. In fact, we will be glad
lo take you to any other properties at the same time, no that you can make
comparisons. Just drop a postal or phono Main :313 for tills FREE AUTO Ser
vice; and ne will call for you and bring ou back again.
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713 14th St. N. W.
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BUY NOW-PAY NEXT YEAR
"The Hub Special" Arrives On Time!
A MECHANICAL TRAIN
fp None Delivered 5k.
BE None Sent C O. D. JH
o. None Laid Aside
Let the gifts you give this Christmas be sensible gifts gifts
of useful, artistic Furniture that will give life-long service and
satisfaction. You'll find the .best selection of gift Furniture here
at genuine underselling prices. You can buy now and arrange to
start your payments next year.
That Rani by Itself
od a Bly Circular
Track. A Great Toy
6.000 or these Mechan
ical Trains on sale to
morrow, Tho biggest
treat yet for the boys.
The set consists or Met
al Locomotive, Tender,
and Car on a big, circu
lar track. The locomo
tive la equipped with a
spring motor, which,
once started, allows the
train to run bv Itself.
Only 39c for this won
derful mechanical toy.
This Friction Automatic
Auto Delivery Van, with
Auto Delivery Wagon just like the
department stores use finished in transpar
ent blue, striped with gold, adjustable front
wheels; chauffeur and steering wheel; oper
ates by friction. Only 40c. None delivered;
none sent C. O. D. Pleise bring exact
change. A gift that will tickle the boys.
This Solid Oak
Including $4.50 Set
of Reversible Velour
A sensible Xmas
gift; Solid Oak
frame Morris Chair,
complete with regu
lar $4.50 set of re
versible velour cushions.
This $14.50 Sterling Leather, Spring Seat,
With Toot Rest
Golden Oak Morris
in sterling leather;
best steel spring
seat and new slid
ing foot rest.
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Ibis Exact $6 Wits'
In Golden Oak
and Early English
Desk; like cut; in
golden oak and early
English finish; drop
lid and pigeonhole in
terior. Special value.
A GOOD GlfT-TIIIS COMPLETE MISSION SUITE!
Four Handsome Pieces Table. Rocker, Armchair and Side Chair, Covered in Boston Leather
Four massive pieces,
exactly as Illustrated.
Designed on true mis
sion lines, built ot se
lected kiln-dried solid
oaK; finished In rich
early English. Every
joint is mortised and
giuea. ana the con
struction is fully guar
anteed. The Rocker,
Armchair and Side
Chair are upholstered
In genuine Boston
leather. The Table has
large top and lower
shelf, with magazine
and book rack. A sen-
slblo Xmas gift.
This Exact $16.50
This Massive "foster-Ideal" 2-in.
Continuous Post Guaranteed Brass
Bed, with Woven Wire Spring and
Cotton Top Mattress. Complete for
This Exact $14.50
Solid Oak Chif
fonier, like cut, oval
French plate mirror,
dust proof drawers and
and D Streets
and D Streets