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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; THURSDAY; JULY 16: 1914.
SHITE HOUSE GETS proposed stadium for army-na vy game BLAZED PATH
Figaro Prints Letter to
Caillaux From His Wife
parts, .inlv lfi The trial of "Mme.
Home Rulers Hand Tumulty
Copy of Mass Meeting Res
olutions. (Continued from First PaKe.)
rendered April 6. 19H. in the case
of Frlzzell vs. Newman (W. L. R.
Vol. K p. 274).
Fl'I-TOX R. GORDON. CHARLES
C LANCASTER. JAMES L. PAR
SONS. DR. J. K. GLEESON. MAR
TIN WIEGAND. ARTHUR COW
SILL. PERCY METZGER.
Text of Resolutions.
Following are the resolutions.
Resolutions against Oliver P. Newman
and for the appointment of his succes
sor adopted at a mass .meeting on July
Whereas the Organic Act of June
1L 1S7S. provides that "the two per
rons appointed from cMI life as
Commissioners, shall, at the time of
their appointment, be citizens of the
I'nlted States, and shall have been
actual residents of the District of
Columbia for three, years next pre
ceding their appointment, and have.
V.HIIUJ, uini jjeriuu. ciBjmea .residence
vnOwnere else," and
Whereas a jury In the circuit Court
of the District of Columbia, after a
fair and Impartial trial, did render
Its verdict on the 2fith day of June,
1914, against Oliver P. Newman, one
of the civil Commissioners of this
District, holding that said Oliver
P. Newman was not an actual resi
dent of the District of Columbia for
three years next preceding his ap
pointment, on the ISth day of July,
1813. and did claim residence else
where during said period. In clear
violation of the Organic Act of 1878.
and that he does now usurp said of
fice, which verdict has been approved
y the Circuit Court and a Judgment
of ouster against said Xewman has
oeen entered on said verdict and said
jtewman has due. and actual notice
of said judgment, and
Whereas said Newman is now
and has been since his appoint
ment holding said office of civil
commissioner contrary to the ex
pressed law of the land and in
open defiance of the rights of a
free and sovereign people to their
carnage and Injury, therefore "be It
Demand Newman Quit
Resolved, By the actual and
loyal residents of the District of
Columbia in public mass meeting
assembled, as free and sovereign
citizens of the District of Colum
bia and of the United States, this
Sth dav of July. 1914, do vigor
ously indorse the verdict of the
Jury in the case of the United
states ex relatione Frlzzell vs.
Newman, rendered June 26 in our
Circuit Court, and we demand in
the name of an outraged people,
without distinction of party affil
iations, who believe In the enforce
ment of law and order by the
highest as well as the lowest in
the Nation's Capital, that said Oli
ver P. Newman at once obey the
mandate of our court and promptly
surrender his illegal commission.
Be it further
i Kesoivea, That we do now In this
public manner earnestly and respect
fully petition His Excellency the
Hon. "Woodrow Wilson, "President of
the United States, in view of the
above facts, to request the resigna
tion of Oliver P. Newman, and In
selecting his successor to appoint a
resident qualified under the act of
1878 a man well known and identi
fied with the Interests of cur people
And be it finally
Resolved, That the chairman of
this -meeting be authorized and re
quested to appoint a committee of
seven actual residents or this Dis
trict to call on Mr. Newman and
present him with a certified copy of
these resolutions, and to call on the
President of the United States and
p-esent him a certified copy of these
resolutions, in the name and on the
behalf of the good people of the
District of Columbia.
FULTON R. GORDON.
Chairman Home Ru! Committee
of th District of Columbia.
A True Copv
PERCT METZGER. Secretary.
Fight Will Continue.
Chairman Gordon said today that im
n" tant dce!opment In the Newman
tsfl mav be expected within the next
ew da.B The fight to oust him from
nft'r. it was declared, nil! be con
tinued with unabated vigor.
The letter to Commissioner Newman
s as follows
Washington, D. C. Julv 16. 1914.
Mr Oliver P Newman. Commis
sioner of the District of Col
umbia Sir Inasmuch as ou have re
f i sed to permit the committee ap
pointed by th- mass meeting of our
fellow-citizens on July Sth. at the
Orpheum Theater, to personally de
liver to you a certified copy of the
resolutions adopted at that mass
meeting, as we were instructed to-do.
we now mall you said copy in order
that you may personally and offi
cially know the strong sentiment of
our people toward your atltude in
defyinc the verdict of the Jury and
Judgment of our Circuit Court and
the derision of the Court of Appeals
la the case of Frlzzell vg Newman
FULTON R. GORDON.
CHARLES C I-ANCASTER.
JAMES L. PARSONS.
Dr J. K. GLEESON.
Romance Dream Gone,
Miss Watkins Returns
Kr dream of romance shattered, Miss
' adva 'Uatkins. seventeen and pretty.
n-ho went tc New Yori expecting to
riarry a handsome young South Ameri-
rn who up to a few O.vs ago was a
tudent at a business cnllege here. Is
ng detained by the New York police
oda- pending the arrival of ner older
e.tter who will bring her back to
Miss Watkins is the daughter of Mr
nnd Mrs Georg- Wnlklni. GOT Eighth
Mrtet northeast The eldtr Miss Wat
win nnd Miss Gladys will leave New
verk on tne 6 o'clock train this after
oon, and are expected to arrive in
1 ashlngton at 1! o'clock
Lane's Birthday Dinner
Gives Wilson Indigestion
President Wilson is suffering from
too much dinner" today. He Me with
Secretary of the Interior Lane to cele
brate Lane's fiftieth birthday anniver
sary lat night As a result the Pres
ent Is suffering from a slight attack of
ndlceation, and. under orders from Dr.
Grayson, remained In the White Houte,
working In his study
All cngacements were canceled at
fee Executive offices, and it wj.s stated
'here that the indisposition of the Chief
Executive is very slight, and that he
probably will be back on the Job tomorrow.
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MBl i iL p: IK BBS
Copyright. 1914. by P. A. McHurh.
Here is one of the plans submitted for the stadium to be erected on the Polo Field in Potomac Park for the Army and Navy football game in event that
Congress gives permission for the use of the field, and the athletic authorities of the naval and military academies decide on holding the con
test in Washington.. The plan provides for a seating capacity of 47,500. Provision is made for goo boxes besides the Presidential tier.
The earning capacity of the stadium as planned is (160,000. The stadium can be erected within two weeks, and can be completely removed from the
field within a week after the game is played.. The plans were submitted by P. A. McHugh, the contractor who erected the grandstands here for the
last inauguration ceremonies.
TOURISTS GO UP NILE
Dr. W. E. N. Dunn, of Luxor,
Gives Advice for invalids and
NEW YORK. July 16. If you are
taken 111 suddenly ana want to find
the office of Dr. W. E. NIckoils Dunn,
all you have to do Is to walk about
a dozen blocks from the Temple of
Karnak. or a longer distance from
the Tombs of the Kings, or a much
shorter one from the Temple of Luxor,
and keep going until you are directly
opposite the Colobsi. on the other bank
of the Nile. Dr. Dunn Just now Is
at the Hotel VanderbUt
Dr. Dunn said he hung out his shingle
at Luxor soon after the South African
war, and the town had grown. What
he wanted to emphasize yesterday was
that doctors who sent wealthy Invalids
to Luxor to recuperate, sent them
there at the wrong time of the year,
and that the healthy tourists who went
up the Nile did not choose '-ha best
'"Everybody who goes to Luxor seems
to think that the best time is between
he latter part of January and the mid-
die of March." said Dr Dunn, "and
that is the time doctors send their pa
tients there to recuperate. Invalids who
go there at that time find the hotels
crowded, and they cannot get the sort
or accommodation they want As far
as the tourists are concerned, they
would find November and December far
more agreeable, for at that time the
river Is full and the ops are growing
In the fields.
"The sick man who starts from hom
In January has a cold trip from New
York or from Europe, during which his
vitality is lowered by seasickness, and
he finally lands at Port Said or Alex
andria with a severe chill. Having
packed up his heavy clothes, on ac
count of the heat at hip point or land
ing, he travels by night to Cairo, and
suffers acutely from the lowered tem
perature. Arriving at Cairo, he finds
all the sunny rooms occupied, and takes
the next train for Luxor, to meet with
the same experience
"Being now thoroughly miserable. h
calls in a doctor, anathematizes he
climate of Egypt, and vows that If he
once has a chance to get out, noth'ng
will Induce him to come back. As soon
as he Is able to get abo it hp mpks
Ftralght for the Riviera, where he finds
the refrigerating process renewed, and
when he finally gets ba-k home he Is
IS HARD ON DOGS
and prevent summer Intestinal disorder
VERMILAX li a purely egetable tonic
laxative. Intestinal corrective, and poal
tie worm excellent Doss like It. and it
puts them In superb condition. Improv
ing appearance, temper and spirit Im
mediately If jour dor vomits, froths at the mouth,
has fit, twitches or drags along on hind
quarters. It Is a sign of worms Give lilm
VERMILAX and remove all worms and
danger In 15 to 40 minutes "Fir Your
Doe Sake" use VERMILAX now as a
preventive By Parcels Post Mc and
II 00. or at The Christian!
Drug- Co . O'Donntll's, Peo
ple's. Affleck's, Rlker-Hcce-man's,
Ogram s. Walter R
Hill's. F A Tschleftely,
Jr Drug Stores. Leon Drug
Co . and Schmidt' Pet Shop
VERMILAX CO. (Inc.),
Dept. 25 G. r0 W 4M St .
AT THE WRONG TIM
In a far worse state than when ho
"Just above Luxor, at the little village
of Keneh begins the old camel trail to
the Red Sea. 100 miles to the eastward.
This used to be the caravan route
across the Arabian Desert, over which
spices and treasure were borne. It Is
not " used now, except when visitors
make little! trlpt over it, but all along
the way are cut the names of travelers
and dates and destinations."
Managers Obtain Best Results
by Exclusively Using the
CHICAGO. July 16. Printers' ink has
won over bill board paste ,ln theatrical
advertising, if the manager of the Gar
rick Is right, for he decided that news
paper space only would be good enough
to Insure packed houses for a play In
which educated people would be most
"Bill boards usually are most num
erous where the persons who read are
the fewest." said this manager In ex
plaining his stand. "Many managers
believe that the bill board as a getter
of patronage Is a thing of the past,
but few of them have the courage to
stand by their convictions. The Shtt
berts tried out exclusive newspaper
advertising In New York a jear ago
with gratifying rsuiu. and this caused
the experiment !n Chicago. You know
that persons who ride past bill boards
ore usually going too fast to read
them, and SO per cent of the folks who
ride read the newspapers while on the
"During the last year, with 'Romance'
and 'The Road to Happiness, two of
our biggest successes, tne Ciarrick aim
the Princess advertised exclusively In
the newspapers. A special matinee, ad
vertised for threo days In tin news
papers, was sold out by 10 o clock on
the morning of the performance, and
900 persons were turned nway The cost
of Hthographlng--6 cents a sheet not
counting the cost of hanging 'ho paper,
mounts into big figures when S.(M or
4,000 sheets are put out. We intend
to advertise more and more In the
newspapers and less on the boards."
Mulkley Sworn In.
Congressman Mulkley of Alabama was
sworn In as a member of the House this
afternoon He succeeds Henry D Clay
ton, who was appointed to the Federal
bench by President Wilson
J F ' lMat.Tbur.itat.2!5 1
A H. VanBuren&
'The Girl in Waiting"
ext Week "Mice nnd .Men."
Popular Poll Players Twice Dally la
NEXT WEEK "THE ONLY SON."
Dj the author of "The Fortune
CIIAS, O. MIMAS nEdlEST
Km. BASEBALL p.m.
Washington vs. Cleveland
Entrance to Pavilion on Iiohrer St.
City Ticket Office, 13 ,14th St. ( to 1).
ONLY IN NEWSPAPERS
IDS OF WALLOON
SEEK THEIR MATES
Annual Fete Held When Bashful
Young Men Are Introduced
to Hopeful Girls.
PARIS. July 16. Twelve years ago
the maidens of the little Walloon vil
lage of Ecausslnes decided to Invite the
marriageable young men of the coun
try round to meet them at luncheon and
choose wives from among them, and
on that occasion fourteen found hus
bands at the table. This fete has now
become an established institution, bring
ing in a golden harvest to the In
habitants of Ecausslnes, who, even If
they fall to marry their daughters to
the strangers, make good money from
the crowds of candidates and visitors
attracted by the original banquet.
This year the bad weather caused a
big falling off from the record attend
ance, but trains converging on Ecaus
slnes from Brussels. Mons. Charlcrol,
Namlr. and the north of France were
filled with Joyous merrymakers.
The road from the railway station to
the village was spanned with Inscrip
tions designed for the encouragement
of nervous bachelors, such as "It Is not
by sucking his thumb that a man finds
a wife." and when a sufficient num
ber of bashful youths had collected they
formed a procession to the town hall,
where they Inscribed their names and
addresses, and were each given an In
vitation card and a cup Inscribed.
"Marry, If you want to be happy "
Thence they moved on to the house of
the president, led by a charming girl of
twenty chosen by the others. She was
dressed in white, with a blue ribbon In
her yellow hair
cm reaching the central square the
Ocean View, Va,
THE MERRIMAC JS.f ",.,??:
all conv.; Urio veranda., water front; fna
flshlns and bath, table aup. from own farm.
THE GLOUCESTER ftn,;
trie lights; screentd; boat's, bathing, flshlns.
etc; special ratss to parties Mrs F U Moors.
THE TUXEDO g'fc
bath houses, largo, airy rooms; :nod.; if.
tal rales to parties Kersey & Tucker. Mars.
Strictly first class All modern Improve
ments Terms reasonable. MRS. II. K.
THOMPSON, nt Haltlmore. Owner.
Facing Chesapeake Bay on car line, naar
all amusements; everything new, enlarged
amine, room, unexcelled cuisine. t t- (10
weekly I' O. Doz 128. A S. UAMBEIIT.
DKLMO.NT COITAHB Electric light.
bath, mountain water, good table, noma
comforts, broad porches, wonderful Mews.
cars pass door. Address MHS. K M. IHtJUR.
Iturk Lodge Cottnge on the crest;
mod conv.; large porches . ex. table Mrs.
J G THOMAg. Braddock Heights. Md
BEST SKASHOIIE OUTING
Homelike Comforts. Surf Bathing, Boating.
Fishing. Automoblllng, Tennis. Muslo (Bowl
ing and Pool Free). 10 Miles Outing In Power
Boat. 10c. Send for Booklets AUG
MEARS. Wachapreague. Eastern Shore. Va.
Mt. Gretna, Pa.
1IOTKL CONEWAttO On Lake Cone
wago. mod. convs. pply to Samuel Lewis.
Manager Mt. Gretna. Pa.
Rehooeth Beach, Del.
Juaa to October. Season Ull.
BeokUu Walter Burton. Owner and Prc.
company took their places at a num
ber of long and narrow tables, tho
bos on one Ide and the girls oppo
site. At the back of tho gentlemen's
chairs was a placard. "My heart is
yours," and behind the ladles' was the
motto. "I will make you happy!"
These made a delightfully Innocent
Introduction for young people looking
for their mates.
The little president then read a
speech to the effect that she agreed
with Talleyrand that many words did
not advance business any more than a
trailing dress helped one to walk fast.
There was no false, mincing pride
about this peasant girl, who frankly
declared that she and Jhe rest want
ed to marry. "We should be so happy
to be able to hang on the arm of a
good little husband, whom we should
love tilth all the fibers of our blng,
and on whom we should la!sh all the
treasures of our love." she read from
her address, and she continued with a
picture of the Joys awaiting wedded
life, not omitting a naive ulluslon to
the pleasure In store for happy fath
ers. After this everybody was at eae and
the fete continued amid laughter and
singing. 'When It was over every
Jack chose a Jill, and they wandered
off arm In arm to admire the most
picturesque spots round the village.
'Bettores nataral and Toothful color
and bcasty to grey or faded hair.
Positively remoTts dandruff promote
a thick healthy growth keep hair
oft nd (lossy. not o dge.
Toot monty brt IfpAtlatltftctAry. tV.SflqASt.
uiaeutT.i iDrmuiinma luciBaarutrisamo
to rklto H tj gpUldet C. Nmik, S. J , U S A.
Beautifully situated on Chesapeake Bay.
mlla from Baltimore, with boats twice dailv.
comforlabln roums. fine table, salt water
Lathing and line fishing, terms. Apply to C
E SOUND, Tolchester Beach. Md
OWC.VS RiiTIACJS Near the be?ch;
shady lawn, sanitary Improvements. $7
MRS. IDA OWENS. Betterlon. Md
Besutlfullr situated on Chesapeake; dancing,
bowling, sailing, fishing, bathing, excellent
tatls LanTe rooms J A3 T. CREW. Prop
JOHNSON HOfSB On Board Walk Sewer
'"onnectloiis Terms Reasonable
OEO E JOHNSON, p O BOX Stt
Love Point, Md.
HOTEL LOVE POINT
IX)VE POINT. MARYLAND.
Surrounded by Chesapeake Bav. Cheater
rher. boating, bathing, tl'hlng. crabbing ex
cellent cuisine. aia food In abundance, week.
ly, 13 up dav. J.'.M. no mosquitoes, boats
dall . electric llghta J FILL LEGO
Virginia Beach, Va.
VICTORIA QOTTAGE jj
Itncss. bathing facilities. Mrs. A. U. Jones
CASCADK ItOUSIC, Cascade. Md. Over
looltloc Lako Royer. Ex. table, baths and
all cnvnlncs Mrs. CARL ItABOHE.
FOK "Land if the Sky" Illustrated booklets
write 1.. S Crown. 7(5 15th st nw . Wash
ATLANTIC CITY, .N. J.
Jeslak Whit 4, Sua Compaay,
WOMAN 11 OFFICES
Pioneer Girl Stenographer Still
Able Jo Take and Transcribe
IN'DIANAPOMS. July lS.-FIfty years
sko, women stenographers were a rar
ity. The parents of a girl who an
nounced sho Intended to study short
hand and take a position In an office,
regarded their daughter much as par
ents today might regard a daughter who
announced that she intended to be a.
steeplejack or a motorman or -a mining
Mrs. Anna Howe Lemon Is probably
the pioneer woman stenographer of In
dianathe very advance guard of
that army of young women who. wltn
flying pencils and clicking machines,
now hold such Important places in all
the offices of the country. Only, when
Mrs. Lemon was learning shorthand,
there was no such a thing as a type
writer, and the methods of shorthand
employed was a cumbersome device
compared to the present condensed
Mrs. Lemon was employed by Ben Pit
man, brother of Isaac Pitman, the In
ventor of the famous Pitman system of
shorthand. Ben Pitman was then at the
head of the Phonographic Institute in
She went to Cincinnati In February,
1SS5. and It was while she was In that
office that President Lincoln w'as as
sassinated. Pitman, one of the few
expert court reporters In the country at
that time, went to Washington and re
ported the proceedings of the trial of
the conspirators who were connected
with the murder of the Presldct. and
when he returned to Cincinnati It was
with the determination to put his notes
of the trial Into book form.
Mrs. Lemon aided him In this work,
taking dictation from him, and working
all day and far Into the night. Wh.cn
finished, the story made from the tran
scription filled a heavy volume, of which
Mrs. Lemon still has a copy. The notes
were all transcribed In longhand.
Mrs. Lemon, who was born In Owen
county, Ind., had lived all her life on
a farm and had taken to one of the
tty occupations open to women at that
time ochool teaching.
She began shorthand early and. for
practice, took notes on sermons at
church and at "recess" she studied her
shorthand book. Finally she had an
opportunity to go to Cincinnati and
learn the practical side of the business.
She was offered J50 a month. As &
school teacher she was receiving 75
cents a day. The offer was too tempt
ing to be resisted and. in the face of
strenuous opposition of her family and
friends, who Insisted that woman was
never intended for that field of work,
she went to Cincinnati. She remained
there eight months and has Innumer
able interesting reminiscences to tell of
her life with Ben Pitman and his wife.
Mrs. Lemon has done court reporting
and has taught stenography. She can
still take down the word3 of a sermon
so accurately that her notes can be
transcVlbed without the slightest diffi
culty. With the advent of typewriters
she added typewriting to her other
achievement of shorthand.
Just One Application
and the Hairs Vanish
(Modes of Today.)
A harmless, yet very effective, treat
ment Is here given for the quick re
moval of hairy growths: Mix enough
powered delatone and water to cover
the undesirable hairs, apply paste and
after 2 or 3 minutes remove, wash the
skin and the hairs have vanished One
application, usually is sufficient, but
to be certain of results, buy the dela
tone In an original package. Advt,
Old Point Comfort
Special Week End TicKets Includ
ing Stateroom nnd Accommoda
tions rhamberlin Hotel.
Sat. to Mon 8.00
Frl. to Mon. or Sat. to Tues. 1210
Fri. to Tues 17.00
Sat. to Wed 19.00
New York and Boston by Sea
MODEll.N PL.VCr: STKAMUnS
City Ticket Office. 731 15th St.
Nbrfolk & Washington
WaahlnEton'a Atlantic City
Steamer St. Johns
Leaves foot of Seventh Street Wharf ev
ery day, except Monda s. at 9 a m Sat
urdavs at 2 50 p. m Dancing on the
over-sea pier Salt-water bathing, flshlns.
crabbing, all amusements
Snturdu?v unit Sllndnjn dtilta,
St I Children, 50c. Only aenaun
Week Dnjm Adults fSOct Children,
23c. rteturnlnsr same day. Season
tickets also aold.
Concert Every Evenlnc
Chevy Chase Lake
By Lane Section
U.S. M AHI NE BAND
DanclnR. Merry-Go-Round and Other
Amusements Admission Free.
PHOF. WYNOHAM, S15 12th N. W.. summer
rates; private. 75c; reductions on card, guar
antee all pupils latest dartres: phona Main
Evhlbltlnns at Chevy Chase bake nightly,
studio nv. corner Hth and You n N ZtOS
y r Summer rates until Sept
-t All tne i.niesi Dance
I llelasco Theatre M-SK9-Y
MISSES CHAMBERLAIN AND COBB'S
DANCING Si'HOOL. 100 EYE ST. N. W.
Ph. Main MIS Dance Every Monday evening.
CIOVERS, 1J Knd ST. N. W Ph. Y. Jl-
Prl. lessons any hour. 60c. Flshwalk. one-
step. Dorton. Tango. Hesitation, etc Class A
dance. Tue Thurs.. Sat. vts..60c Ladles Ires.
Weather Forecast Partly cloudV to
night and Friday; probably local
Condition of Potomac Very muddy.
Wind Moderate south.
High Tide s: 18 a. 10.-2:45 p. a.
Low Tide 9:10 a. m. g:io p. m.
Fishermen's hopes are like a see-saw.
First they are up, then they are down,
then tecttr-teeter. This Is apropos of
the condition of the Potomac. Yes
terday morning things began to look.
promising, as If at last Washlngtonlans
were to be treated to somo dear water.
but this morning the river looks as If
it were almost dry land.
One of the river men, an authority of
standing, said this morning that fisher
men would be lucky if there was any
fishing to sreak of for a month to come.
"The river," he said, "looks as If It
had half of Seneca in it, 'all red mud.
The other half of Seneca is still uji
there. I suppose it Is, for I haven't
seen It yet."
It has teen very disappointing tho
way the river has been clouded for so.
long- There is absolutely no use going
out to fish, as it is impossible for the.
fish to see bait. They have to hustle
to keep alive under such conditions, and
It is not surprising that many of tho
finny tribe feel their way out and
away to clearer waters. The fish are
confidently expected to have fine appe
tites wnen the river nrmny clears.
All the fishing fans who can are
going away for short trips, in pursuit
of their favorite sport. Many of them
find themselves fishing In rivers and
ponds .where there Is a thick aquatic
vegetation. To them the wecdless lure
comes as a boon. One of the best types
is to be found in the rubber .protected
gang hook. A stiff soft rubber finger,
rcprerentlng the body of the lure, has
a sufficient bulge to it to' protect tha
points of the hooks from weeds. The
rubber, is soft enough, when.. a fish
strikes, to 'give way and bare the barbs,.
The following places bear the reputa
tion of being good fishing grounds: (1)
"The Parlor." a pool above Boiling
Rock, straight out from Fletcher's. The
wcter is deep and swift, and tho pool
he am Its name because the fish are
known to congregate there. (2) Middle!
tvOCA. auuve uio ukuu UllUftC U 19
well to arrange to have a boat taken
up on the flood tide, as It Is impossible
to make headway against an ebb tide.
(3) "The Hens and Chickens." oft the"
point of the .powerhouse near Fletch
er's: water 40 to 50 feet deep and very
wlft. Care must be exercised. (4) Near
the "Ladder," at the Chain Bridge, op
posite the branch on the Virginia side.
(5) Opposite the point of Analostan Is
land, alone tho bend of the river. Water
about thirty feet deep. (6) Near the
Thurston steel plant, at Junction of Po
tomac and Eastern Branch. T The Ti
dal Basin. Boats and bait may be ob
tained at the Speedway boathouse. at
the western end of the basin, (8) The
Dyke between Alexandria and Mt. Ver
non. Boats may be obtained near car
station. (9) Occoquan, above the bridge.
Bait may always be obtained at the
following, places: Reynolds' Baileys,
and Miller's; usually, at the fishing
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THE WASHINGTON TIMES:
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send me regularly and
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T City Address
Caillaux fo the killing of M. CaJmetys,
editor of the Figaro! begins Monday.
The Figaro publishes the, text of a letter
left by Mme. Caillaux for her husband
on the afternoon of the day of the
shpdtlng. and declares this letter proves
nrTnriiAtlon bevond doubt. It la dated
larch 16. and timed 4 o'clock, and Is
"Mv Beloved Husband: When I totd
you this morning of my interview with
the President, who has informed me
thai we have In. France no law to pro
tect us against the calumnies of the
press, you said to mo that one of these
days you would smash the face of the
ignoble Calmette. I realized that your
decision was Irrevocable. My resolve
then1 was made-I shall do Justice. .
France and the republic need you. I will
do tho deed. .
"If this letter reaches you, you will
know that I have done or have tried to
do justice. Forgive me, but my. patience
"I love and embrace you from the
depths of 'my heart. Your
or any other- stren
uous game then 5
rub-down "with Ar
sorbine, Jr., and pre
vent soreness or lame
ness. Used before a
game It conditions .the
muscles so that a faster.
stronger, game can oe
played and without
It 1 more than a liniment
It 1 sin nntlseptlc and
jrermlcide. Thh double lt
efficiency and ltss 'tasv.
Applied' to euts. bruises, sores, ulcers:
and wounds. It kills the senna, stakes
the wound ascrptlc and promotes -rapll
Acta promptly In reducing- sprains and.
wrenches. Swollen . glands and. veins,
wens, cysts "and - bursal enlargements
yield f readily to the 'application, of -Ab- "
aorblne. Jr, ' .
USKD AS A IIUB-DOWX
After violent exercise or physical exer-.
tlon It, puts, vim and. enenry Into Jaded
muscles, "limbers the joints' and sftres
the body the glow of healths Itak? this
rub-down by addict; one ounce of Ab
sorblne.' Jr.. to a quart of water or
Abiorblne.- Jr., J1.00 and' KM a bottle
at roost drutr&ists or postpaid.
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of ten cents in stamps.- Send for
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from your drurgist today.
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