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THE WASHINGTON TBIES; FRIDAY: MARCH 28, 1910.
PLAN ORGANIZATlQNiPLATFORM IS SHAKY,
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Italian Commander Posing for His Bust
PETERSBURG. 111. March 2S
What may develop into- national or
ran 1 rati on. is.seeu here la the forma
tlon of a new association called the
Knights of Golden Stars." Only per
havlng Riven a son or near relative
to the nation are eligible for membership.
March Wpntt Month for TfcU Trouble
Horr t KMaorr Haslly.
There's a reason why nearly evcry-
OAKLAXD, 111.. March S. Aspir
ins for the office of maor of this,
"the prettiest little city ton earth."
Candidate "l"nole":CharlieiCurtis has
'the following platform:
Promises to get the street sweeper
out at least often enough to get some
j fertilizer for. his garden, the same to
be carted at the expense of tK- cily.
Promises not to get his automobile
out on the street and pass up any of
the slower machines.
I Thinks it unwise to pave the street
to the cemetery so long- a.s he owns
propert on that street, but in will
ins to leave the matter to the street
and alley committee .solong as they
will do w-haj hays.
Thmlio tViL ialvrv nf thL Ala.-m..,
body freckles n March, but happily jshould be iovter4d to 1 a month and
there is also a remedy for these ugly lhe doUar addcd to ;he jary of the
blemishes und no one need stay. Mayor.
freckled. - Thinks It all right for any une to
Simply get an ounce of Othlne, don- j take a "nipM,'after 'duly. 1 If they can
ble strength, firom your .druggist and S&- t. - , r-
apply a little-of IL night and morning. Reserves he rght, acting as chief
and in a fjlw
Tcn me wo:
should see that of
es have begun to to
police and5" also merchant
draw the salary of both.
duanpear,. -whTtai,Wlfr light . ones have Savs If elected will no be controlled
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rid yourself of- freckle.!,
for if not re
load at Aliens feed
moved now; tkey-may May all Summer, (Store ; that he w4ll.take orders from
ad spoil r -otherwise beautiful com ino one and, siyeorderatQ. everybody.
T6ur ijioney a.ck
if Othine and
will seer th,at. tey are obeyed.
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PLAN TO FLY OVER
BENEFIT CONCERT FOR
AID OF BELGIAN BABES
WOULD MAKE MJTO
OWNERS LOCK CARS
To raise fund far the Sister o
Xotre Dame of Namur In "order that i
they may continue their jvprk In be
half of destitute Belgian children, the
(Sisters of Notre Dame or Trinity Col-
I lege wiH glvp aboneftt concert t h
airship i National Theater at4:30" o'clock next'! Treventlen ef theft of autemeblles
has i Thursday afternoon. iw vin ) niuhitinr im
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LONDON', March -'H. The
AfiMAn rT ttA wtn1 l 4vsa
j '-vv iuii vs. e.i: uas Mil ii.3--
1 -v i announced the two airships recently Proceeds of the benefit will be sent
launched R-3U and R-.14 will not to the Xotre Dame SUtcra of- Namur;
: l participate in any trans-Atlantic com- in response t an appeal from ovarii
'petition, but will demonstrate that seas for, funds to care for homeless.
I they can cross the ocean. Belgian hoys and girls. Reports reaeh-
' The airship. Jt was said, probably ing this country are that many t the
win not start before .Mar. une or
QENERAL DIAZ,, $
Conaroaftder-ln-chief of the Jtafcatf Armies, posing for a byst in the Ppris studio of Joseph Davidson,
the Tioted'Amerkan sculptor. A finished bust of General Pershing is shown on the left- Davidson is
shown at work on the bust of Genera! .Diaz.
Tiot start before 'Mar.
them will cross Scotland to New
.foundland.'whtfre It will drop a pas
senger In a parachute. If the weather
I is: good, returning tq Scotland wlth
lout stopping. If tbe weather Is un
i favorable the craft will continue to
the United States. landing there.
I Thfr other hlp will fly by the
1 southern route, touching In Africa,
, landing in Florida.
The Royal Aero .Club announces Its
'attempt to cross the Atlantic will be
' made oarly In April, starting from
;The latest entry for the Mail's
?1)0,OOQ prjze is S. P. Ray-nhan, an
Discussing the official statement
regarding he R-33 and R-34. a mem
ber of the Royal, Ajerq Cub said that
Americans should not be surprised If
their teat trips result in one of these
mornings landing in America.
' Th,i;$ Banbdeiiirc&.the bu&iite$$ acuqftfits
& Individuals Firms tifidfCoKvorabimis
' Mid believing that Business anct Industry
m Washington should be encouraged, Has
ahwys maintained a Progressive and Lib-
mranUng credtf'to jurtherMe
Jt I enterprises. iui('JliGhCvur
f cjcstfUiHvm ufv imvrv&itiu.
If you desire two Bank
ing Connections sur Offi
cers will appreciate a con
ference with you.
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J. Autojsts wJq .speed up and then
laugh at the pursuing "Washington
4 motorcycle policemen, as the' crosa
the. District line into Maryland will
not have mpoh sallftig-via the fu
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can npw pursue" the speeders into
Maryland and arrest tbenv This- ar-t
rangement has .been agreed upon by,
' Col. K. Austin Raughman. automo-
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fcii Oe"reAdJ?to nut xaurSjlo
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Under the provisions of the
dayjight uaving law,, all tlme
pleqes Jn jtlie countr'jare to be
set ahead one hour at 2 a. m. next
""SOncray morning. -aDf . courses
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JS yeuaiiy aiiagneo v i-
iyXAfatQ sit urf;unfll tjiat
.Jjour so ustjput your clecks and
watches an hour ahead when, you
go q bed,- tomorrow night, and
tfien forgSt all about- It. 'You
TO RECEIVE HELP
NEW YORK. March 2S.
erce, which began here
and. will end March
.vital interest to disabled
conference ir tinder the
the Red Cross Institute
2'z, is of
'bile coumiaiqner.-oif Maland, ,afterv son-'t, reaUj- notice anything baa
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ACCIUA 4t.,AU6"'UAU ieUHUAlO-
s:bned as special deputies the motor
cycle policeme.n of Wnsh'.nton Rwho
are detailed at the District line, with
tne .speed la
ing un speeding
District line and on roads leading
into Maryland," said Major Pullman
tcday. Motorists who in the past
dashed across the .line realizing that
ine wasnipgion .policemen, nau njj
out of the Jurlsdictiei'of ihpWDtrict fv
abpeneu Jintil It's time .to eo' to.
tlday -ietteuinr service!' 'Then
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IncTthat it's still Ugut.
i at tne wistricp line, wttn t -.-, .
GETS PEEPING TOM
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will now be 1rouglil under con
tmrdmmrnt onnnrtiinities In the ment here,
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qgrKurtWMTfJeldi.fQr disahlcd soldiers "e nau a presentiment somebody
are nlenS?ul, Accprdfngtp tapiorti '3ifi)V!L4f3lni r rAb,hls,Up?ie Jnd
-ft . . ' . 1 A.7t I to ei'm -T -.. T T...7i.. .
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WAUKEG-AN. III. Marclf at -Playing
"hunches" is Scott Petrs favorite
pastime.-, hcott is a fUll-Wpodod In
OPEN TO EX-S0LDIEftSdaii raate of Ca.rHsIa.t'nlvetaHy.eportej upon in detail.'
' "' a'urt" conducts' a' cloaning' establish-',' Mare sucdessfuP. resii
pled and Disabled Men. Co-operating
it the work is the Red Cross Insti
tute for the Bflhd . " -'
Representatives of practically a'l
the, governmental agencies in the. al
lied countries, dealing tylth. disabled
soldiers, were In attendance. The
work of restoration is looked up'bn
as one qf the most Important tasks'
confronting the nations of the world
a.ndthe ses3ipns throughout were
Among the authorities represented
are Hhff" 'British Ministry of Pensions,
the. French National Institute for yar
Cripples the Belgian Mflitary Insli-
(tute forQrlppled Soldiers. J-hS I'aHar',
s.Minlstryof'Pens.lpns. the Canadian n-'
valided So'djers Commission, the Aus
tralian Department of Repatriation,
and the Bureau of Re-edpcatlon apd
Reconstruction of the American Red
J j . The plans of the-"various allied gov-
ernnyuiig ipr ine supply ot artinciai
j l'ftrhsv to amputated soldiers', was an
it other subjoot under consideration.
The advantages of the adoption of a
standard type or leg nnc arm was
ALL PASSAIC ILLS
PASSAIO. N. J. March 28. Passalc-i
textile mil's are closecT today on ac'-5J
count or ine new iriK ot v,vvv -
workers. The "managers- bf the mills
announced that all the strikers were
discharged and that the, plants would
ndpen .April ;1 with---entirely, new
cr-swaf ' ; , , V- ". "
NEW YORK TIE-UP 5TILI. ON.
NEW YORK. March 28 Several
hnial" cgnferenees werecalled for to
day by various groups of striking
harbpf- wptkers and employers, but It"'?
was admitted that prospects Qf an
early settlement of the tie-up had
dwindled away. Some, ocean liners,
ir. save delay here1, are coaling at
mended by Major Raymond TV. Pull
man, chief of police, before the laswr
ance committee ef the Beard ef Trade
t its niMllnp vatrIv ftmann
sisters have lost their possession in1. ,,.. t.,iim j-i.,- ,. vu j
the war and are unableto cenUmte Jor Pullman declared that hi de
thelr Instruction of the children whd ' partment was planning to- ajrtt the
were made homeless by the Huns, , lnlud State Chamber or Commerce
plans have been made to have aowe. to induce all manufacturers of meter
of the bet available concert talejat at ' cars to adopt this plan
the. benefit Thursday. Tickets may b j Rudolph L. Jose suggested that the.
secured from the faculty of Trinity police department compel owners of
College. ! machines to procure lock and kvo
i their machines looked at all times
rOLOjXEI, niI.l,KR STi?rs HERE, when parked r standing in ' th
Lleuf?ipol. JrspU M. Heller.'med- streets unattended,
caj corps of Washington, .D. -C.stop- A report on traffic was presented"
ped herewjn'his way to Philadelphia,' br 1. S. Brewer and adopted. It ap.
for a few, days to visit frend. He proves the Tecent traffic -regulation.
Is no W""Command!ng officer" of tha t recommends more one-way streets In
United states General Hospital No, i the business section, "and as,k in
22. at Ph.IIadelphla. creased pay for'poncemen.
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for Vocational Training
"Thousaud.6 pt technical agricul
tural posltip'ns,''-the report said, "such
3. associates, assistants, helpers, ex
tension -"rlers. and county agents
-nrtlcula .suitable for retrained, dis
iblcd mcrt. are now available."
314 7th Street N. W.
' , OFFERS '
danced w. sftifft. hlmaelf
companions remained at home They
waited Suddenl Mrs. Peters noticed
a face at her bedroom windoiw as su
was preparing to retire- It wenV
atway immeuiaeiy. rosentiy 1 re
appeared This time she
just loud enough for Scott and his
cqm.panion to hear, but hardly loud'
enough to disturb the intruder.
Peters and his friends dashed
' through a door and in a mad foot
race overtook Albert Johnson
eighteen, not a burglar. Just a
I ing" Tom.
!L than ever
"before are riow being 'attained in th
dealinir with thi riisnhlml men The
foundation of success Is the cbrrfcvj
e row the-man"- or.jth .right Job.
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Three export restnctlons.to neutral
CPuntrles were rescinded today by the
War Trade Hoard. The board an- i
uounced (hat annlimti6n for oxnftr- i
erPfisnoH Ftsttfoh Qf . foliacco loK6twavr nsh.of I
. . f- li,iiMr v.-i iinffrtiiHWi 1rtw,
mark. and sruj- Jind molasses to
Holland, will now bo atnidrcd.
TO EIGHT DRY LAS
Texture Is Brought Out in
the ykm.of Pimples, etc,
Stuart'b Gdtcium Wafers.
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B9Bliis UP TO
HICAGO. March 2S. A "well-1
ed fight to test the constitu
tlonality of the dry amendment" l.l
bo put into operation today bv repre
sentatives of the largest distillers in
the United States, who' at the same
,t mo wUKseck appropriate relief from
Those, ?ten. wore decUcd on at a
two days!: session here f the dis-
tillers'cpmruittee. comppsfqd o( H. M,J
i.iymn, xiornesier, i 1 . Julius ness-
ler. New lork. Ieorge F. Dlelerie.
'Cincinnati. Samuel Woplner. Peoria,
111. (Jcorgo Benz, St Paul. Minn., and
It. E Wathen. Louisville. Kv
Lew Mayer, counsel for 'the dis
lillcrs. will direct the fight against
enforcement of the prohibition law. 4
HURLEY NAMES GRAVES
TO SIT AT CONFERENCE
Lieut John Temple Grave's has been
honored by Edward K. Hurley, chair
man of the Shipping Board, by being
appointed to sit in with the commis
sioners at the labor and shipping
branch of the peace conference.
.size enables us to;-f r ' r
Furnish cash markets for all live-stock offered;
" Operate at muiirnum costs; - -T-?
Stay in business on' a profit of only. 2;cents; on
the dollar of-ales;
Get the surplus live-stock products, froiEi the
West -to the millions of consumer uitheEt
t no ciipcUt aro i
iinil pt t h. i .mi
i dfllcrtto; -no kin trani
thpr' tl j-moothii'- i t
which ou ext-liiin) lm . ,.m
i-- iiaitiiui th.it i Hi.. ..
IIKIL IlillllUI til., n.. ..r o... ...
1f mj' dirir-ronco how spotti
a.iu uisiigurci nur face ma b- wito
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at- 5 seek to win b.u lv good look.
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cording to word reaching Washing
Lieutenant Graves and his brother.
Lieut James dc Graffenreid Graves.
''Washington bojs. went overseas with
tin Fort -ninth artillery corps.
I Immediately after the sigdmg of
' ihe armiMire Lieutenant Graves was
1 detailed a a military attache of the
peace conference in the labor and
'shipping branch His services were
ij-o satisfactory that when Mr Hurlev tJ?Ur ,,ream. ,,r a
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i.ii'uiuiaiu uravf.H id mi in Willi
Samuel Gompcrs and James Uobin-.-on.
wlio are members of this impor
tant branch of the peace conference.
I CZECH ENVOY DENIES
i MASARYK HAS QUIT
.-.mail i aiciuin Wafet .lea. t h
Hk.n of pimples and similar iniriU.ns ,
hv thoroughU .lransin4 ,t ..r .r,pui I
lties With a p,P bIooU nillril, ni
pimple- and sn.-i, .lOci.- menr li
2?J?ie.y iXn,,1 "''' nvigo...t..d tJ...d,
replaces dead sallow akin with th-j
glowing colors r a -nod compi, Ni,. I
',ur -"Plf fsieem demards thai .
avail yourself of thw method that
thousands hae proed brioi i
Get a .lOient ho of Smart I'aU'irii
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Be On Hand Early
If You Wish to
I'harles Pergler. Czecho-Slovak
commissioner here, has received an
official report denvincr that Presi
dent Masarjk has resigned as presi-J
dent of, the Czechs. The report of the'
l resignation reached here last week,
and was sent from Berlin. Tho ruinor )
Is said to be the work of German and
Magyar propagandists in Berlin.
Swift nd 'nninnv a tal of I rli nc .
tin Unalunctnn. n C for tho wo-u ona.
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Union Savings Bank
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W4a H. Cooper. Prraldeart.
riO iTourtcentlt BlrecC
There is No Menace in Size:
As long as we are in keen competition with the
other packers; ......
k As long as there are hundreds of firms in
As long as we handle only about 2 per cent of
the meat supply of the country and only about
22 per cent of the meat that is inspected by
the United States Government;
As long as our bigness is used to your advantage
as it is now and as it must be-in the future
if we are to do a profitable business. The per
manence of a business depends on tle. good"
will of those it serves. No large business can
prosper that is not recognized as, giving in
exchange for its earnings an equivalent meas-
ure of helpful service.
Swift & Company, U, S. A.
Washington Lqcal Branch, 1Q-14 Center Market
D. T. Dutrow, Manager
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