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Rear Admiral Benson Listed to
ALEXANDRIA, Va.. April 8.
PItsgeraId Council, No. 459, Knights
of Columbus. I making plans for a
ladies' night which will be given
by the lecture and entertainment
committee of that council at the
Olubrooms of AprIl 24. Repr Ad
Eniral William S. Benson, U. S. N..
Will be present. A series of talks
on the outstanding figures in Amer
Scan history will be given by the
members at an early date. The
first will be a talk on Benjamin
Franklin by M. J. McFarland. A
Ineeting of the council will be held
next Wednesday evening when a
proposed change In the by-laws will
Sconsidered. On April 20 a pro
Sresaive euchre party will be given.
The seniors of the Alexandria
High School will present a three
act comedy entitled /"The Spark of
Life" in the auditorium of the high
school on the evenings of April 20.
21 and 22.
Mrs. Jannette Garner Ferguson.
Widow of William A. Ferguson, died
at the Alexandria Hospital yester
day. Her remains were taken to
the hoMe of her daughter, Mrs. J.
T. Martyn. 610 Prince street. Mrs.
Ferguson leaves three children, Mrs.
Martyn, William Ferguson, and
On Tuesday evening the choir of
Nt. Paul's Episcopal Church will
sing "The Crucifixion." The solos
in the cantata will be sung by
Arthur Bryant and Stephen Field.
Alexandria Commandery, No. 1021,
United Order of the Golden Cross.
has been formed In this city. The
following officers have been elect
ed: Noble commander, Dr. H. A.
Wood; vice noble commander, Miss
Margaret Campbell; prelate. Mrs.
Raymond Middleton; herald, Thomas
Henderson; financial keeper of rec
ords, Mrs. Mary Rambo; keeper of
records. Miss Marion Chauncey;
treasurer, J. M. Greenstreet; war
den of the Inner gate, Mrs. May L.
Rambo; warden of the outer gate,
Herald Everett; tAstees, C. Garri.
son, C. Greenstreet and Mrs. M.
The circuit court of the United
States for the Eastern district of
Virginia opened at the courthouse
in the postoffice building this morn
Ing, Judge D. Lawrence Groner
A meeting of the Shakespearean
class of the Woman's Auxiliary to
the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion was held In the rooms of the
chamber of commerce last evening.
Teach Chiren To Use
osiee i is best fer their tend.
ias I now ad them wih
a--a= ofOntumnt aplied
to a ofredne er r -
amse. Talsaes Is also
lowt for 41h1101ren.
IsM Sm sM0ts..
~Ce~mSeaw shaves wiset n,
By Dominican Sisters
Send Letter Praising Father
John's Medicine for Body
Thbe Dominican Sisters at Lowell,
Mpsmachusetts write, "We have used
Father John's Medioine in our
home for many years and It has
always had the best results for
colhs coughs and as a body build
or. We think we could not get
along without It." (Signed) The Do
In over 100 institutIons and hos
pitals, Father John's Medicine is
regularly used and greatly valued.
It is safe for children as well a.
older people. No drugs.
MASON TIRES MUST WEA
1617 Fourteenth St. N. W.
Where, Oh, Where,
Has That "Dry
Has the "dry navy" been
sunk without a ae
Or have the mungglers aboard
li quor ships taken them gap
Both these queries fell on
deaf ears today at prohibition
Reports that a few of the
sub-chasers loaned by the coast
guard, had slipped' out to sea,
n a war on rum boats, brought
a laugh from Commissioner
Haynes, but nothing confirma
rohibition officials still in
sist that their "navy" must
maneuver in absolute secrecy,
if at all, to outwit the liquor
B. & 0. Head Says Congress
Is Hampered In Solving
Dr 1steettesel News Ssrle.
Daniel Willard. president of the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad, today
told the Senate Interstate Com
mere Committee that "too much
criticism on both sides" was hinder
ing the efforts of Congress to solve
the American transportation puasle.
Answering criticism leveled at
him by William G. McAdoo, the for
mer director general of railroads,
Willard said he had not attempted
to reply in a "critical manner" to
McAdoo. but that he wasn Inclined to
believe the "real merits of the ques
tions actually before the committee
have been obscured and made more
difficult of ascertainment" because
of the constant heckling on the part
of the various persons and interests
involved in the railroad problem.
"What the railroads need more
than anything else at the present
time," Willard said, "is an oppor
tunity under the terms of the
(Each-Cummins) act to work out
their problems without unnecessary
and burdensome Interference; and I
have the utmost confidence that
they will successfully surmount
their present difficulties it given a
fair chance to do so."
JOINS IN BATTLE
Dr. Root to Help State Put
Down Insects Blamed for
BALTIMORE. April .--Mosqui
toes on the Eastern Shore will be
paid a visit by Dr. Francis M.
Root, Jqjons Hopkins School of
Hygiene and Publio Health, and
Dr. John Collinson. Jr.. of the bu
reau of communicable diseases of
the State health department.
Following the epidemic of ma
larsia last sumnmr, the first for
fifteen years. plans were made by
Dr. John S. rulton. State health
officer, for a campaign of exter
mination against this insect, which
Is blamed for the spread of the
fever. It is the hope of Dr. Root
and Dr. Collinson, wJio left Balti
more last night for the Eastern
Shore. to determine how best tp
go about it.
Dr. Root and Dr. Collinson are
particularly interested ( learning
toes have appeared this ea~yI
the year. The time of their ap
pearance, Dr. Root said yesterday,
never has been ascertained defi
nitely. By learning their habits and
determining the eac prod at
It is hoped to devise more effective
means of extermination.
The idea, Dr. Root explained, is
to catch the mosquito before he
quh,'s he elusve qualit ofth
attack upon him while he Is in
i s te wepo employe mt
conmonly, D.Root said, a Uight
tatof the water. If the larvl
period is determined, he pointed
out, anti-mosquito operations which
now are spread over four or five
months of the year can be con
centrated in a single month after
the female~ lays her eggs.
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