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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1913.
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SEVERECRITICISM
Measure Is Called Complicated
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Conditions Abroad.
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have "been called to the attention ot
the Commissioners, find an investiga
tion has been promised.
Eno's Traffic Speech.
.Mr. Eno, in addressinjfthe Board of
Trade meeting this .aftjrnoon. especially
t ayoreditbe simplest and " most easily
understandable 'regulations possible.
He'saidki'n'part:
"In., order' to thojoushly. understand
the street' traffic situation in Wash
ington: at 'presenf. .ife must briefly ex
plaia what It consists or In lta simplest
.form and revlcn' Its development elte
where, S , " .. ?,. -... '
"Traffic. regulation Is of tyro kinds,
general 'and special. 0erieral regulation
Is of primary Importance since it deals
Tilth certain simpleBut essential rules
which must bc-knojvn ,to drivers and
police before border, can, e brought out
oj chaos. After the.'drlvers ,lfnolV this,
roles and. the' TJolJce, are. educated, to
enforce., lhe.rxr.vtlien all, special rtsp
latterr becomes easy." 7
"Special regulation comprises that
Tvhich 'la Addition Ho, general regula
tions Js required, at ttie (ocii and Jntor
sections ot streets, invone-ivay 'traffic
streets, -atcab stands, parking places,
the operai,theater. races.,ctc. --
"It Is -on!v-VIth 2 general regulation
that this article deals In relation to
the regulations-dust issued for the "Dis
trict of Columbia.1" . iA, .
General Traffic Regulation. f
" "The" keynote .Is tne"educatloruof
drivers and police, without- which ab
solutely nothing can . be accom
plished quickly or conomjcally. The
number of "polIce-ofl"leers necessary -for.the-regulation
of traffic Is in
inverse prc-nortjdh'-to the-lcnowledge
of the drless 'In ,,the -traffic regula-
llon-' j . , .. C - ' -itjp
6 1S03. 'there, wag cactlcallv..l.b
regulation, of street" traffic .anywhere
except ! in , .London ana - other ,'BrUisij
cities. Those"" cltlesf-hadf nVprinttd
regulations, but the .drivers drove skitf
f ufl& and'Were. familiar rnri, the. Usual
rules of-the road, and .the police were
-ell trained. .-, . .,
"What "had beenthe-.resuit'o genera-,
tions in .London .was desired." without,
unnecessary. delavriiHewi .York. 'The
first essential was to tetfeh the drivers
certain staple nile-and to-ed.upate.the
polices toJLentorce .tbem, The. ordinary
miles Jof ttie" 'road, together with a
fewoicw but-- slmjSle'-'rtfruratlons-.ere
therefore pflnted'in the Police -Manual.-In
.'pocket folders, font drivers, andron
ptecards-.for"iPuqc'stA'bJes,fc'i-arageB,
and'cab stands. -Similar plan'was adopt
ed in 'Paris. 3uJv KUreli
"London,- whroh-TVHsoised as -a-basis
at the-6tart. New York since October
S. 1KB. -and "Paris since July T10. -1912.
are now all working 'under almost Iden
tical rule,,those.. for IBarJs ,(the latest)
being tha best'on -account i of; greater
, experience avauaDie lor-compiungvinein.
In aUV three cities ita'e -regulations arte
police, regulation si-pur anfl slrdple.'but
uthorjcvKlbyj general., . ordinances , or
otoKJZ-i f ;""..' ' . .
, Oilyf porting Sirnpyfied .,s,
Not'one of tie!. regulations com
piled, for- Kewf York In 190? has been
repealeflin the -latert editions, though
where possible." the'wordlngr has been
simplified" and a! few extra.-' parapraghs
have been" added.'
"The fact that no changes have been
found necessary; Is 'due partially to the
fact) that each clause was thoroughly
considered," thrasWed-out and -condensed
with the assistance of officials In direct
charge , of the-work, and-not , adopted
until It seemed absolutely sure.it would
-work satisfactorily;1 ' and partially to
the- fact.,tnat three years had been
given -to the; study iof the traffic ot
London. Paris, -and New York before it
was 'found 'possible, to get any reguja
tlons'ofXlclally accepted Jn New York.
r Necessity of Uniformity.
".Especially now that automobiles
travel so"rjulckly and so often between
towns and cities, States and countries,
is it desirable that traffic regulations
te uniform everywhere, modified only
vi here necessary to suit some rare local
condition. Mich as giving the right of
-..ay, "where everything else is equal,
to vehicles going north and south over
those going east andvwest in New York.
On account "of the long and narrow
t-hape of Manhattan If land this .rule
has been made, but In no other city
has it the balance of advantage, and,
eeh"in New York, It Is often 'abused
anj causes an element of danger at
iiosslugs, so that It Is a question wheth
er It should not be left out In the next
printing of the regulations.
"The efforts oMie'intematlonal road
congresses and of the many autqmobllja
associations ard clubs throughout tlje
"world are now 'being1 bvnt toward the
adoption of uniform traffic rules and
automobile legislation with a -view to
eliminating complications, adding tosafc-tj-
and facilitating travel on all roads
and between'all countries. It is not only
possible but evn probable that before
many years-elthcr the right or the left
hand tule for .passing will be adopted
universally, not only for vehicles bat
for pedestrians as well.
Country "TpWnB Needs. -"In
ltfw of the foregoing, it is evi
dently extremely important thaC no
police or other official should be per
mitted to make his own 'traffic regula
tions, but should be. restricted to the
I The Mn Who Put the
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b tore on the Libel wbeabUyinr
ML ALIENS FOOT-EASE
HHKE1 The" Antiseptic ponder for Ten-Tr4r-Jlrfc.,
dtr. Achinr Fett. Sold every
where, tic. Sample I'RItR. Address,
AIXTX S. OUaSTEJP. te Hoy. N. Y-
Ml let
Year Kcrse
fill en Icy
Streets, Vsi
Herman's
Sharp Shod
Over Shoes
50c Each
$2 Per Set
AT
RE. LEE CAMP PLANS
TQ ATTEND REUNION
Alexandria City Council May Appropriate Funds for Use of
Civil War Veterans Cutting Case Trial
Postp oned.
WASHINGTON TIMES nL'BEAV.
ALEXANDRLV. VA.. FEB. J.
Plans for participation In the giant
rally "of the vcteraps'of the Federal and
Confederate armies to take place at
Gettysburg on July 1, 2,- 3, and 4 were
djscuEsed at a. meetng of R. E. Camp
of Confederate Veterans, in their home
on Prince street, -last night. N.o defi
nite action -was taken, but it was de
cided that a number of the members
of the order will attend, even If the
camp Is unable to go In a body.
Under the authority granted by an actj
oi tne geperai assembly of Virginia,
passed at Its last session, supervisors of
counties and 'councils Of cities and
towjJ5axe granted authority to appro
priate public funds for the purpose of
defraying -.the railroad fares of Con
federate' veterans' to the reunion. It Is
probable that "the city council of Alex
andria will make such an appropriation
If It is found that the veterans will be
able to attend In a body.
At .last night's meeting, a general
order was iread from Brig. Oen. J.
Thompson Brown, commanding the first
brigade, Virginia division, U. C. V.,
urfflns that, all "veterans in his division
make arrangements to attend the celebration.-
,
One of the principal features of the
Gettysburg reunion will be the lading
Of the "cornerstone of the great Peace
Monument by President Woodrow Wil
son Two hundred, and fifty thousand
dollars has been appropriated by Congress-
for-'the expenses, and -It Is ex
pected that more than 00,000 veterans
will be in attendance.
' In the police court today, thehcar
ing of the case of Mnrshall Cheshire,
charged with attempting to cut Wil
liam P. Webster, was postponed until
tomorrows mornlmr. The cuttlntr nfTra-
took place, in the Columbia, engine house
on saturaay mgnt. Webster was saved
-from-being seriously 'Injured by "a. heavy
oyercoau wruen.'ne wore andwnlch was
slashed ln-'several places. He received
adoption ot'UJIote' already in force In
London, NewYorJ4 arid Paris, -with
'sjich minor charises'as may be desir
able 'to meet local conditions and less
density of raffle
""ThesS' sllduld' consist almost solely
In simple elimination of certain clauses
needed Jn a'large city bat unnecessary
-1q a smaller one. The -regulations for
'country 'roads -and- for the 'suburbs of a
city; consist of Jhoseonly .which apply
to 'turning, passing slowing down, over
taking and shjialsv No rule that has
not "the. -balance of advantage, with It;
that IsTnot Just,, fair and essential for
the general safety 'and comfort will be
successful, and 'could not be made so
if the police force iVpre ten times Its
present size.
'"Beginning in 1904. consistent and per-
f slstent efforts ha-e "been vmade to In-
auce -tne proper aumoniie oi tne uis
trict to-takeactlolL.ln regard, to 'adopt
Ing.aod putting Jn force, traffic regula
tions. Several conferences wefre held
during the spring of 1810. resulting in an
adaptation pt the New York regulations
suitable 'for the needs of -Washington.
At the-Invitation ot the committee on
transportation of the 'Board of Trade.
January'23, 1911. to-a conference a report
on street traffic dated February i. 1911,
w arsoon'1 afterward submitted. The re
port among' other things went Into the
legal , aspept of the matter which Is
similar to that In New York, and recom
mpndMl the same -act of regulations
r which had been adapted from the New
York regulations tjie year before.
"Two years -have elapsed since then
and nothing "has been done except the
picmulgatlon fit a new et of regula
tions put In force .February 1. 191..
Those regulations caused so much ad
erse comment that the Board of Trade
and others interested asked for a pub
Uc, hearing, which was dfnled. Post
ponement cf a month. before putting the
regulations In force wus also refused.
Comparision Of Regulations.
"A comparison of the regulations sub
mitted to the Board of Trade in Febru
ary, 1911. and these promulgated Febru
ary. 1913, discloses among other things
the folowing facts:
"The first contains about 1,550 woids;
only things essential, most of which
have been in force since 1903 in New
York and the talanpe since 19SS. and not
one of which has been repealed or ma
terially altered: everything carefully ar
ranged and grouped under proper head
ings,, easily ,Ioc3ted at a glance, and
every paragraph as short as consistent
jiith clearness.
"The second contains about CKW
words: alj of the valuable paragraphs
being taken from the first, but so badly
mixed up by reirrancement and re
wording, and by unimportant changes
and lengthening of .sentence; by para
graphs on matters but remotely con-
MID-WINTER CLEARANCE SALE OF
ALL RUGS, CARPETS AND MATTINGS
REDUCED from 10 to 40
1 Lot of Seamless French Wilton Rugs,
27x54 in. Were $7.50. Now $4.75
9x12 ft. Were 362.50. Now $37.50
Wilton Velvet Rugs,
27x54 in.- Were $2.00. Now $1.35
6x9 ft. Were SI 5.00. Now $10.50
8 ft. 3 in. by 10 ft. 6 in. Were S22.50.
Now $15.75
9x1 2' ft. Were S25.00. Now $19.75
Axminster Rugs.
1 Lot. 27x52 in. Were $2.50. Now $1.75
36x72 in. Were S5.00. Now $3.50
6x 9 ft. Were S 1 7.50. Now $13.50
8 ft. 3 in. by 10 ft. 6 in. Were 25.00
Now $19.75
9x1 2 ft. WereS27.50. Now $23.75
Tjran Hue, 9x1
Was J12.50. Now
ft..
$7.50
nody Brussels Hugs, Sxll" ft.
we,e ,22.5o. $22.50
IlrusseU Carpets. Were AQn
73c yd Now 'itl
a wound on the side of his head ex
tending In the direction of 'his throat
for a distance of six inches.
The preliminary meeting of the Agri
cultural. Poultry, and Stock Associa
tion, which has for 'its object the hold
ing of a fair In Alexandria this fall,
was held yesterday afternoon In tho
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce.
Alexander J. Wedderburn. one of the
promoters of the organization, outlined
plans for carrying out the proposition.
It was decided to apply for a charter
with a capital of $15,000. and the follow
ing officers were selected: Dr. C. n.t
Outcault, president: Harrie White, vice
president; J. W. Jones, secretary; H.
B. Caton, treasurer, and attorney, and
the following directors to serve for the
first year; R. E. Knight, John Lead
beater, T. M. "Whitney, and Alexander
J. Wedderburn. Mr. Wedderburn was
authorized to solicit subscriptions to
the stock of the organization.
The Southern railway announces the
appointment of W. E. Midklff. of
Greensboro, N. C, as roadmaster of the
Washington division, with headquar
ters in Alexandria, ilrt Midklff suc
ceeds Martin Murphy, who has been
transferrer! to other duties.
"Uncle" Isreal Harris, a well-known
character of Alexandria, who for many
j ears- has been the "horse undertaker"
of the city, disposing of all animals
which died in the city limits, died In his
home in Drelfus court last nght. He
was sixty-four yearsold.
The volunteer firemen of Alexandria
enjoyed a banquet last night which was
tendered by the Reliance J2r.?ine Com
pany to the other two companies of
Alexandria, city officials and memoern
of the city council. The banquet was
berved in the- company's headquarters.
L. E, Uhler. president of the Columbia,
presided and during the evenlngspeeches
v ere made bv H. Noel Garner. John H.
Trlmyer, William A. Smoot. F. F. Mar
,bury, J. William May, A. D. Brockett,
Julian Y.-Williams. Capt R. M. Lath
am. Thomas Clwuncey. J. Fred BIrrell,
E. C. Craven and Kenneth Ogden.
r.ected wllh the subject and which
rclly should come' under other di
visions of police work, and by other
paragraphs which were considered care
fully .for New York and discarded be
fore adoption, as experience already ob
tained recognized that the balance of
advantage was against them, as exam
ple notice section 30 in regard to over
taking street cars
. "The section irr the regulations' sub
mitted to the Board of Trade amply
covers tlje case. There is room for a
difference of opinion on Section 4, In
regard to stopping at the right euro
only, though as jvt the traffic cf
'Washington doet, not seem to warrant
the strict application of this rule ex
cept on streets with car tracks.
Wniflilngton on "account of Its supe
rior plan. Its wide streets and Its com
paratively small amount ot street traf
fic is probably the easiest city of Its
population In the world td regulate.
In fact It has not one realty difficult
traffic problem. The simplest, short
est rules are all that are required. Tho
first set from New York, published
October 30, 1903. contained less than
VX) wordb and was not added to tor
five years. The set recommended to
the District In 1911 contains less than
1.504 words, while the set Just Issued
for our city contains C.500 words.
"A mistake has been made and the
sooner It Is recognized and rectified
the better for all.
"Similar mistakes have occurred else
where, as, for example, when one of
our largest cities sent two of Its com
m'sstoners by appointment to "Xsw
York to study the question. They sicnt
three days, were given all Information,
and shown everything thought likely to
be of assistance. They were strongly
advised to take the "New York regula
tions substantially entire and give them
a trial of six months before making
any changes.
"Instead they published a voluminous
xet of regulations which few read and
fewer understood. The result lias n t
been creditable to those intrusted with
the work or satisfactory to anybody
rise. They had no experience, nor is
it evident that the officials hero who
have undertaken the work have had
the opportunity to obtain the knowl
edge to properly qualify them to make
traffic regulations that will be satis
factory. "The best thing and the only wise
thing to do now Is to recall the new
regulations and substitute those of New
York cutting out everything" not abso
lutely essential to Washington.
"A bureau of street traffic, a suh
departtment of the Pol'ce Department,
has been found to be the most efficient
and economical method of handling!
street tiaffic with Its diverse duties;
audi ie.tu nun ua uicir: uui.-o
wnrlr nr thu otiAAt OYQinlnotlnna Up.
tiros, nermttft. rah sprvlrn control,
complaints, record's.
pnmnlfilntfi rApnrild nrwl InVAct'iraflnno
of accidents, Iot article
officer In charge should
lected as to intelligence and tact."
Vrlirt Carpets. Were
$1.10 d. Nov, yd ,
85c
Wilton Veltet Carpet.
Were 1.50 yurd. fl1 firriu
Now VLMl'lZ
Axnilntrr Carpets.
Were $2.00 yard. fljf. nni,
Now. yard M.47
iL WORKERS ON
STAID OPPOSED TO
' EIGHT-HOUR BILL
Object to Limitation Proposed
on Ground It Would Cut Off
Pay for Overtime.
In tho course of a hearing on the
eight-hour bill for women and girls in
the District, before the Senate District
Commlttcp today, a number of young
women employed In the city appeared
to say they opposed the proposed legis
lation. Robert Pluym. ladles' tailor. Intro
duced two young women employed In
his establishment to object to certain
features of the proposed legislation.
Miss Mildred Reynolds, who has worked
for Mr. Pluym for ten years or more,
said she did not object to the eight
hour feature in general, but dld not
want to be restricted to eight hours If
she chose to work overtime.
"We work eight hours and then more.
If necessary. We aro not compelled to
do It, and we are paid for overtime,"
said Miss Reynolds.
Miss Amelia Everett, also employed
by Mr. Pluym, said: f
"I object to taking overtime away
from us. It Is a great help to us at
times."
Says Overtime Helps.
She pointed out that the work In this
trade was Irregular, and It helped
greatly to work overtime at certain
seasons. She said she had heard no
special complaint among the women.
Mr. Pluym supplemented the state
menu of the young women by say
ing that, owing; to the shortness of
the season for ladies' tailoring, It
was necessary to work overtime In
the rush season. "We ought to be
made an exceptlbn of," said he. "As
a rule, I find people anxious to do It."
Miss Lizzie Murphy was then before
the committee to make a short state
ment. Miss Murphy works in the
laundry of Edward L. Brlcc Sho
krew of ho complaint.. She said an
eight-hour law would cause the wom
en to be "driven like slaves" on the
rush days of the week. "Wednesday
was the only heavy day In the laun
dry and the other days were lighter.
'Monday, the hours were from 2 In the
afternoon to only 4 or 5 o'clock.
Miss Katy Ganti, employed In the
Martha Washington candy store, where
there 'are eighty on nlnetv girls, op
naseri the bill. She said she worked
from 8:30 to 6:30 one day and 7:30 to 6:30
the next. Later she sam mat every
other Slight she was off at 6.
Want the Extra Pay.
"Mr. Sheets is so good to me that I
get a day off when I want one," said
Miss Gann.
The girls were satisfied with hour
and pay, according to Miss Gann.
"I have to work, and if I work over
time I am paid extra," she said. "I
have a family to support, and the bill
would affect me a great deal. I am not
docked when I come late, and Mr.
Sheets has never said one cross word
to me."
, Employer Opposes Bill
Edward L. Brice, luundryman, said:
"I am not opposed genr-illy to a bill
to regulate the hours of employment. I
am opposed to limiting the hours of
labor in any one day to eight. I have
been In business here fifteen years. I
have failed to find any dissatisfaction
among emplojes in my employ."
Fa C. Graham, of the National Elec
trical Supply Company, opposed the
bill. He declared It would tend to
restrict the employment of women
further and they were restricted
enough already It was hard tlready
for them to ma je a living. They were
paid from 25 per cent to two-thirds
of what men were paid, he said. lie
pointed out that the Southern railway
was doing- away with girls because
tlu-v could not do .the work the men
could. This proposed law would tint
still more out of employment. Mr.
Graham asserted.
Constipation and
Sluggish Liver
Don't tske chance. Get CARTER'S
LITTLE LIVER PILLS right now. They
ntrer f 3 to make the Hrer do its duly. They
cure consapaaoo. banish indij
tioo, duve out biuousaea ant
the bluei, atop aazmt-a.
, .,i.,.JnMi mi
cleatjhe complexion.
i . . . - i
1 ft healDlV CIOW OS U1C ,
f .1.V tmA inxrlle in the
1 rt ...!! RMiitarJ
get. BPK.
.. ,,..i.w.. nH.w.. . . ncjr a uimaw iiuiMuviM. -ww-4
Srb.S;.&tCARTER'SLITrLEIJVERPILLS.
The pul ii until, doie is small, pfksi is small,
but iciului are peal.
The GDiUDiB must bear njnsturs:
INVADER
OIL
The demonstration of
Invader oils in I. T.
Donohoe's exhibit at the
Auto Show tonight will
interest you.
INVADER OIL CO.
Leasees of Charles P Kellom &. Co.
Washington Branch
J. T. ROSE, Mgr.
3050 11 th St. N. W Tel. Col 379u.
Main Office. New York Cltj.
Bi-rnclies In Philadelphia and
Boston
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SENIOR OFFICERS
ARE NOW ASSIGNED
TO NEW COMMANDS
Reorganization Plans for the
Army Will Become Effective
on February 15.
An extensive order assigning senior
officers to new commands, in conf
luence of the rc-organlzatlon plans for
the army signed by President Ian,
we Issued by the War Department to
day, effective February 15.
In the Eastern Department Col. V ."
A. Mann is made chief of staff; Licit.
Col. William G. Haan, assistant c'jlcf
of staff: Lieut Col. S. W. Dunning of
ficer In charge of militia; Col W. A.
Simpson, adujtant general; Col. S. G.
Xfill InvTvotnr ireneral.
- In the Central Department Lieut. Cdh
C. Jt. Noyes is made chief ot stan; uoi.
W. A. Shunk, officer In charge of mili
tary affairs; Lieut. Cot P. G. March,
adjutant general, and Col H. P. Kings
bury, inspector general.
The Western department will have
fi wak rhols as chief of staff:
MaJoIt. H. Noble as officer in. charge
of mllltla affairs; Col. Alexander
Brodie. adjutant general, and Lleut.
Col. J. H. Beacom. inspector.
The commanding general In each de
partment will appoint an acting chief
elgual orncer unui uu "o'-,
The following assignments were an
nounced:
EASTERN DEPARTMENT.
Chief of staff-Col. William A. Mann.
Benenil staff.
Assistant-cnicr oi imu-cuw ... ..
Ham O. Haan. general staff. -
Officer In charge of mlUUa affal-IJcut.
Col. Ramuel W. Dunnms. mimninr.
Adjutant-Col. William A. Simpson, ad
jutant general. . ,. . ,
Inspector voi. Biepnen -. ". r-
frcneral.
'Assistant Judge advocate Capt. James J.
llaes. Tenth Infantry. .ii,
Chief Quartermaster Col. John B. Bellin
ger. Quartermaster Corpv.
Chief surgeon-Col. Loula M. Haua, Med
ical Corps. , . -.. ,.
Chief engineer officer Col. "William M.,
Black. Corps of Engineers.
Chief ordnance officer Col. Orin B. Mitch
am, ordnance deportment.
nitST DIVI810X.
OiIef ot staff Col. William A. Mano?
general rtaff.
AsMstunt chief of aUff-Ueut. Cot. Will
iam O. Haan. general staff.
Adjutant Lieut. Col. , Benjamin AUord,
adjutant general.
Inspector Ueut. Col. William G. Brown,
cavalry, artlng Inspector general.
Judge advocate Capt. Samuel T. Ansel).
Third Infantry, acting Judge advocate.
Chief luartermaster CoL John B. Belling
er. Quartermaster Corps.
Chief surgeon Col. William Stephenson,
Medical Corps.
FIRST BRIGADE.
Adjutant Major George T. Patterson, ad-.
Jutant general.
SECOND BRIGADE.
Adjutant I.tcut. Col. Charles II. Barth. ad
jutant general.
CENTRAL DEPARTMENT.
Chief of sU3 Lieut. Col. Charles R. Noyes.
general staff.
TO GROW HAIR ON
A BALD HEAD
BY A SPECIAU8T.
Thousands of people suffer from bald
ness and falling hair who, having tried
.nearly every advertised hair tonic and
hair-grower without results, have re
signed themselves to baldress and Its
attendant discomfort. Yet thelt case is
not hopeless: the following simple home
prescrlntlon has made hair grow nftr
rears of baldness, and Is also unequal.
rtl for restoring gray hair to Its origi
nal color, stopping hair from falling
out. and destroying the dandruff germ.
It will not make the hair .greasy, and
can be put up by any druggist: Bay
Rum, C ounces: Lavona de Composee.
2 ounces. Menthol Crystals, one-half
drachm. If you ulah It perfumed, aid
half to one teaspoonlul of To-Kalon
Perfume, which unites perfectly with
the other Ingredients. This preparation
is hlghlv recommended by physicians
ar.'l specialists, and Is absolutely harrn
i. ,a it ,-nnt.ilns none of the poison
ous' wcod ahohol so frequently foud
In hair tonics. Do not apply to the
face or where hair Is not aesireu. auvi.
HerringRoe
CanOC
Dried Lima Beans,
per lb
Fancy White Pota
toes, per peck
Gold Medal Oats,
per large pkg.
Tall cans Resolute
Brand Salmon. U4V
Fancy Yellow Onions, IT
per peck IJ
Granulated Sugar, per
5c
lb
Codorus Brand Sugar
Corn, per can
5c
Red Top Brand As- -Q-paragus,
per can "'
Peanut Butter, per
10c
lb
Pound cans Star of theri P -Fast
f!ocoa. Der can. CD
Fancy Cabbage,
...lc
per lb
Large Florida Or
anges, per doz
20c
3 loaves Star of the "IA
East Bread for 1"
Wisconsin Peas, per
can
10c
L.il
n?,?0"" Jn,!:h'e or mll"l atralr-CDU
William A. Shunk. ravnln
Adjutant-Uent. Col. Peyton C. March, ad-
Inspctor-Col. Henry P. Kingsbury. Inspec
tor general.
Chief quartermaster Col. Ablel U Smith.
Quartermaster Department.
Chief surgeon Col. Daniel IT. Appel. Medi
cal Corps.
Chler engineer officer Ueut. Col. Georz A.
Zlnn. Corps of Engineers'.
Chief urdnance officer Lieut. Col. George
W. BUrr, Ordnance Department.
SECOND DIVISION.
Chief of staff Lieut. Col. Charles R. Noyea
General Staff.
Adjutant Lieut- Col. Prvlnn C March. .,1.
Jutant general.
inspectorMajor Andre TV. Brewster. In.
spector general. -
tTiier quartermaater col. ADlel L. Smith.
Quartermaster Corps.
Oiler surgeon Lieut. Col. William D. Dan
later, Medical Corps.
Assistant to the chief surgeon Capt. James
II. Phalen. Medical Corps.
FIFTH BRIGADE.
Adjutant Major Frederick D. Evans, ad
jutant general.
' SIXTH BRIGADE.
Adjutant Major David J. Baker, adjutant
general.
WESTERN DEPARTMENT.
Chief of staff Col. William A. Nichols, gen
eral staff.
Officer In charge of mllltla affairs Major.
Robert II. NobIev Twelfth Infantry.
Adjutant Col. Alexander Brodie. adjutant
general. -
Inspector Lieut. Col. George Bell. Jr., In
spector general.. "
Chief quartermaster Col. Frederick" Von
Schrader, quartermaater corps.
Chief surgeon Col. Rudolph G. Ebcrt.'
Medical Corps.
Chief engineer officer Lieut. Col. Thomas
IL Rees, Corpa of Engineers.
Chief ordnance officer Lieut. Col. Colden
I.'H. Ruggles, Ordnanc Department.
v THIRD DIVISION.
Chief of staff-Col. William A. Nichols,
general ateff.
Adjutant Col. Alexandec Brodie. adjutant
general.
Inrpector Lieut. Col. John II. Beacom, In
spector, t
Chief quartermaater Col. Frederick Von
Schrader. Quartermaater Corps.
Chirr surgeon Lieut. CoL -Euclid B. Frlck.
Medical Corps.
Assistant to the chlcfsurgcon Major Wil
ls rd F. Truby. Medical Corps.
SEVENTH BRIGADE.
Adjutant Major Adrian S. Fleming; adju
tant general.
EIGHTH BRIGADE.
Adjutant Major. William R. Sample, ad
jutant general.
SOUTHERN DEPARTMENT. "
'Chief of staff Lieut. CoL Frederick 'S.
Foltz. general staff.
Adjutant Ueut. CoL Thomaa J. Lewis,
adjutant general.
luspVctor Major Alonzo Gray, Inspector
general.
Chief quartermaster Col. Gonzales S.
Bingham, Quartermaster Corps. ,
CMef auTgeon Major Basil H. Dutcher,
Medical Corp.
Chltf engineer officer Lieut. CoL Charles
S. niche, Corp of Engineers.
Chief ordnance officer Major John IL
Rice, ordnance department.
CAVALRY DIVISION.
Chief of staff Lieut. CoL Frederick S.
Foltz. general staff.
Adjutant Ueut. Col. Thomaa J. Lewis,
adjutant general.
Inspector Major Alonzo Gray, Inspector
general.
Judge advocate OapL Herbert A. White.
OVER HALF OF ALL SICKNESS CAUSED
BY CLOGGED UP WEAKENED KIDNEYS
Hundreds Are Suffering" With Kidney Trouble and Don't
Know It Backache, Bladder Disorder, and
Rheumatism Are the Result.
It Is a well recognized fact among
physicians today, that the greater
part of all sickness can be avoided
by keeping the kldneya -working
prcperly.
This is even more important than
for the bowels to move regularly,
because the kidneys and bladder are
the fllterers and 'sewers of" the body.
If you suffer with pains In the back
or sides, bladder, or urinary disor
ders, lumbago, rheumatism, dizziness,
puffy swellings under the eyes or In
the feet and ankles, nervousness,
tired and worn-out feeling, or any of
the many other symptoms of kidney
trouble, don't neglect yourself anoth
er day and run the risk of serious
complications. Secure an original
package of Croxone. which costs but
a trifle, take three doses a day, for a
few days, and you will be surprised
how entirely different you will feel.
Croxono cures the very worst casta
because it removes the cause of such
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Typewriter Excellence pointed out
by the tags shown above, every owner and every
operator should be keenly interested in that great
typewriter advantage of the Monarch, the
Monarch fc3&
which is a wonderful saver of human energy.
More work and better work with greater ease is
the net result of this feature of the. Monarch
machine.
To the operator it means "No 3-o'clock Fa
tigue," but steady work with ease right up to
closing time. To the employer it results in more
work accomplished, therefore a distinct saving.
FOR CATALOGUE AND FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS
Monarch Department
iRemington Typewriter Company
(Incorporated)
1430 New York Avenue N. W.
Eleventh Cavalry, hereby detailed aa actlag
Judge advocate.
Chief quarterniaiter CoL Gonzales 8.
Bingham. Quartermaater Corps.
Chl-r aiirgeon Major Frahcla M. C Lsa
er. Medical Corps.
FIRST OAVALHT BRIGADE.
Adjutant-Major William S. Scott, adju
tant general.
PHILIPPINE DEPARTMENT.
Chief of staff, assistant chief of staff, ad
jutant. Inspector, judge awlvooate. chief
quartermaater. assistant to chief quarter
master, chief surgeon, chief engineer officer,
chief ordnance officer, chief signal officer.1
to be designated by the commanding gen
eral, rniilpplne department, irom onicei
under his Jurisdiction.
iriwitiiv nEPABTUEVT.
I Chief of staff Major Arthur 8. Cordelia.
general ataff.
Adjutant Ueut. CoL Archibald Campbell,
adjutant general.
Inspector Major Ell A. Hehnlcfc; Inspec
tor general.
Judge advocate Capt. Edward K. Masse.
acting judge advocate.
Chief surgeon Ueut. CoL Henry L Ray
mond. Medical Corps.
Chief engineer officer Major WIMsun 1.'
Wooten. Corps of Engineers.
Tho artillery district ordnance officer or
wrao other line or staff officer to be dealt
rated by the department commander.
Answer Fil d-to Commuter' De
mand for New Route, on 0W
Dominion Line.
Vigorous objection to the demand
that It permit the .can of the Old
Dominion lino to run down M street
and Pennsylvania avenno from George
town, was made today by the Capital
Traction Company, which filed answer
with the Interstate Commerce; Commis
sion to the petition of citizen com
muters of the Old Dominion, asking
that this be ordered.).
The reply makes -much of a conten
tion that the Interstate Commerce
Commission lacks Jurisdiction, and" It
Includes the. submission of photographs
showing conditions at Thirty-sixth aad
.H streets.
The hearing before Examiner Smith,
of the commuters' contention that the
Great Falls branch rates, to Washing
ton. are too high probably will be con
cluded Thursday, when what is expect
rd to be the-Una! evidence will bo put
In by both aides.
troubles. It soaks right In and cleaaa
out the kidneys and, makes them fil
ter out all the poisonous waste mat
ter and uric acid that -lodges la the
Joints and muscles, causing; rheuma
tism; soothes and. heels the bladder
and quickly effects a cure. . .
It- is themost wonderful, remedy
ever' made for the purpose. Ton TclII
find it entirely different from any
thing you have ever used. There Is
nothing else on earth to compare
with It It matters not- how old you
are or how long you 'have suffered,
the very principle of Croxone la such
that It Is practically Impossible to
take it Into the human system with
out results.
You can secure an original package
of Croxone from any first-class- drug;
store. All druggists are authorized
to personally return the purchase
price If Croxone falls, to give tb.e de
sired results the very first time you
use it Advt
lis
Addition
to the'points of Monarch
CHANGE OPPOSED BY
TRACTION COMPANY
imwim
. n .
Two hundred and saveaty-Joar feu 114
lag permits Involving 'aat expenditure
of 1707,362, were issued during tin
monthly report of Morris Haeker
, building" inspector, rnaut ptrtjHc today.
The permng- taeniae, anoic-uweH-Ibbs,
tlTXTXf m brick repairs. S8,tt5
three office bnBcHBgs. 0T,38e: Bevel
frame dwIlta6v Mitt wt Utfcty-Hvt
frame repairs, l6 '
TheTollowins; -summary shows the dis
tributions of the Improvements in th
various sections of the District and
their cost;
BulIdlng-Northeat, J8.9; southeast.
115.060; northwest, , southwest
1806; county, M6JeO: total. KS.469.
Repairs, eta Northeast JMKf sooth
east, 91.440; northwest; JS7.SH: southwest,
ti7; county. XIJX: tetaU.?4j6e.
Wamr's SaftJMLtS
These pills are, purely vegetable
and are sugar coatefl. - Ther re
store and malatala norsaat action
of ther bowels. They,, contain the
laxative priaclples Jet' nature's
vegetable laxatives oaly. "
Daders AtaMt ALWAYS
orescrlbe a. cathartic or laxative 1
tne first twas ror -a rcr person.
either separatelyor'coHiwaea.wKii
other medicine. Doctors do Ihts
because; thenr caanot. be good
health or recovery ,frea dr
eased condition without regoter
bowel action and a clean, system.
This shows the laiportance of
keeping the bowels open, and regular.-
JAre Kasjedallr GaL"
On oar says: "Warner's Safe Pills
are especially good. I hop til will be
of great -btaeflt to all atBersr.whn toStri
o I did .: Oeerse E-- Whtmir. 79;-
IVashlnrtoO'AVft,- Brooklyn.' N.T. I
EfBn,a8ngM
EACH. FOR A POlXPOftB.'
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SOLD BT ALL, DRUGGISTS .
Write for a. free samjHe tfvtBsr
the aumber of remedy desired to
Wsvraer'a Sate tUmtMrm Cev.
aev. m. KseaeterJT. Y.
specia: hotkes
A BOOKLET OK DRCOl
READING f IT W1H DIBCOT
the SERIOUS DiSKASSS of
Bave-oaasMd BETOKD tew raaek of
CINS aa TOUR.PHTSKXMT ao, by MOO
BRN METHODS of HEALING wMksot see,
cte or surxtcal prooedore BE CCDBB. LAII
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THE-ANXUAL mCBTTXa of stacaosVrt
THE POPE'JtEDraNE COL, laesrystsviaA '.
will be held ln.tha.ofae of the. ramasar. - .i
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Waaleaoriera, 31th am4 St Msu-S.'K.
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LADIES & GENTLEMEN. ;
. Stop la aad try oaa of oar TAMOOS .
.ZA7NCHE9. 1! t td) p. 9. DB2J-.
. C30US DINNERS. S t VM s. m..
.ResUttraat A LA CASTS from I
.7:30.
LUNCH Xe
DURfEB 5e ,1
THE LINCOLN CAFE. ;
Cor. 10ZH H It. X T.
T'M"I"I-H-M"I' H-I M-tH-K-I-t-
aPlTAL MESS6a SUtVKE
10 Hth N. W. Phoaa M. 1M
Faekasca, Notes. Etc DeUvtrtd
10c Up. Special Contracts ilnd.
The Corcoran
Gallery of Art
win re-open to the public on -Friday,
February "th. 33UL
F. B. McQUIRE. Director.
WINDOWS TO VIEW INAUGURAL PA
RAOE: hava-tham to lat: no better;
Uth at. farina; Pa, ave. N. W. Apply
GEO. WASHINGTON HOTEL OFFICE.
CAPITAL CLEANING CO.
CO Hth N. W. Phone St. ESS
Wlndowa and General deanlns Done.'
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THE MERCHANTS TRANSFER A
STORAGE CO.
Special rate to. Merchants.' Prompt
..v.-,ma T.tllA m....n.... tfV.t..t.
( oua' attention.
A TIU.VI- IS ALT. WE ASK.
HMMMMiSII 920-22 E SI N.W.i
tiii'itiiiii'si
SI
A ilQNTH Suit pressed each treel
also cleaning at low rates.
CAI'ITAIi PSSIXG CLIB.
0 Hth N. W. Phone SL'liSi
GEORGE W. JORS3.
-ADVERTISING SPECIALITIES
11 Monsey Bulldlnc Waahlnaton D. C. it
1134. -
YEATMAN
Stove; Latrobe furnace work,
patriae, ild. and Sixth S. W.
Root R
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MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
KRIEG'S
PACK. STORE.
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ANYTHING
. QUICKLY. SAFELY. CHEAPLY.
ir II st. N. W. Phona M. HL
PADDED vana. Ji Id. : S-h. wasoa. O U
Phone Main lSli-lSll.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER' STORAGE CO.
K5 N. Y. Ave. N. W.
Packing and Shtpplnc. Bioraxa. 13 vanloaA
GET OUR ESTIMATES n ai-oiotetr SEr
proof atoracc. aovlas. eaeklna.' UNiTJK
STATES STORAGE CtX. Cl- Wth rt.ti.VT.
Phone M. 4SX. I
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foods tat
shipment: atoraz la private
rree hauUnr to oar atoranv LI1
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Stores
TIMES WAIslT ADS,
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BARBER. ROSS
, Hardware Store,
Phone Main 336
lltftM6Sts.N:W.
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