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THE WASHINGTON HEEA1D. 'WBDJfESDAX, lEBETrAKT- 14. 3.912.
HEWS'OFALBXANDRIA Strange Mix-up Over Resolution Belating to City Charter Sent ' to State Legislature. Alexandria, Va.. Feb. 13. Wanted-y the city council of Alexandria the name if the person who sent to the represent stive in the State senate an amendment lo the city charter recommending that the bill reported favorably by the TXMtrd Df police commissioners for the abolish' ment of the lieutenant of police and the substitution thereoT of as many sergeants is the city authorities may designate. Attention to the fact was called by Councilman Brockets Councilman Yates expressed himself as opposed to the measure inasmuch as the police committee had not been ghen con sideration In the matter. President Snow flen said it was rather a high handed piece of business. Councilman sraltn averred that the board of police com missioners was unaware that the matter had been brdught to tho legislature. It was explained by Councilman Win lams that tho bill had been introduced by Senator Thornton. -Mr Wlltlams hoped that council would not kill it. and iskrd that the police committee ascer tain who was responsible for its intro duction. A substitute on a motion or l rcred by Mr Yates was offered by Mr Uliams, which was to Indorse the meas ure. The only councllmen voting for substitute being Councllmen bmltn, Will iams. BIrrell, and Marshall A resolution of Councilman Spinks that the clerk of city council communicate a ith Senator Thornton and Delegate Mon eure and request them to have action on the measure deferred until council is heard from further in the premises was pased Some time ago the board of police commissioners passed a resolution faor lng the bill, but no further action had been taken, and when members of the council saw the bill tad been presented in the State senate seeral days ago tbev were surprised, and are anxious to ascertain who was directly responsible for Its presentation The finance committee of council re ported they f-lt unable to recommend the purchase of the property at the northwest corner of VTest and Cameron streets, consisting of eight and one-half acres, as a site for a publio high school, until after the annexation procedlngs are completed. A special committee -composed of two members of each board, together with a similar number from the city school board which was appointed to Investi gate tho purehaso ot a school site, re ported 'favorably on an appropriation ot flOtOX. The board of aTdemen reported adversely on the Teport of the finance committee and adopted the report of the Special commlll?e. The lower oard of council could not act on the proposition-to-night, and after some debate, upon'motlon of Councilman Williams, action was deferred until next Tuesday night, when a special meeting will be held, at which time this matter, together with the new set of health laws, and also the- recommenda tions of the board of pollco commission ers will be taken up for consideration. It was explained by Councilman. Burke that on,ly one-seventeenth of tho property proposed to be purchased, for a school site was In the city limits, the rest being In. Alexandria County, , . The cly engineer reported that a 41 foot cobble street on Fairfax street from Cameron to Montgomery streets would cost the city $3,300, and the report was received The sum of J 100 was appropriated for a terra cotta sewer on Alfred street, be tween Gibbon And Franklin streets, avall 'able when one tap Is paid for. The sum of JM was appropriated f or-clnderi for sidewalk on North Washington street. The report of tho light committee for a gas lamp at the southwest corner of Payne and Commerce streets was adopted A resolution asking for an appropria tion of JUWO io resurface fcucen street from Washington to Henry streets with broken stone was referred to tho commit tee on streets and finance. A resolution Introduced In the board of aldermen by Alderman Ogden, that the Are wardens and the chief engineer of the fire department be empowered to report on the purchase of a combination hoo wagon for each engine, was re ferred to the board of flrtj wardens apd the chief engineer. Mrs. J E. Alexander, on behalf of the Co-operative Charities Association, asked for an appropriation of $300 to continue tho work of the association during the remainder of the winter months, and said In the communication that unless the request Is granted the association will have to close Its doors. According to tho petition. IIS white and 170 col ored families; have been given aid this winter It was referred to the commit tee on finance and poor. A petition of Swan Brothers to erect a window on the Pitt street side of their store was referred to the street committee A petition to erect a frame addition to the rear ot 313 North Royal street was referred to the same com mittee. Toliceman Banner T Young was al lowed back salary of S52X0. the amount due him while he was absent as at re sult of injuries sustained while In 'the discharge of his duties Arguments were heard to-day In the Corporation Court In the case of T. J. ??..... .. nitiH apalnst thA VlrzlnlaJ Safe Deposit and Trust Corporation on the demurrer to tne petition oi w . Kemper and others to hold the di rectors of the defunct concern responsl- Die .Tor tne tosses susuuacu uj u v"1- -....- -r !.. l.Hftilnn rVlT. V. T.. utyBe. jut u. ............ . -- Smith, and G. Ij. Bootho were, heard at the morning session inn aiieruoou ai torney Whitehead argued on behalf ot Kemper and others. It la expected that the arguments will be concluded some time to-morrow. The directors are. represented by Attorneys n T TAnt.A T T. Smith JaiTIH Tt. Still l B. Cuton! and C. Vernon Ford, the latter or Fairfax. Attorneys p. v. nmn .. D T TVMtalyatl lt.A 1nttf nf T?!sOn County, y-, represent Kemper and otners. Bills effecting the control of the fire and health departments of the city, the object of which is to abolish the board of fire war dens and also -abolishment of the board of health, have been offered In the State senate, following recommendations along similar lines asked by the city council. Another bill Introduced In the senate Is to change section US, ot the city charter, so as to empower the city to borrow ad ditional money. This also has been asked by the city council. A patriotic celebration In observance of Washington's Birthday will be held February 23 at Sarcpta Hall by Altxan drla Council. No. S, Fraternal Order of Americans. It ts expected that an ad dress will be made by Rev. J. Ta, Allison. pastor of the Second Presbyterian, Church In addition there will be a- mu sical and literary programme followed by a smoker The recently elected officers of Fit gcrald Council, "No. C3. Knights of Co lumbus, will be Installed to-morrow night at St. Mary's Half The ceremonies will be conducted by District Deputy Phil lips, ot Richmond. A reception will be tendered Mr. Phillips by the members of the council. The will of the late William G. Plaskett was admitted to probato In tho Circuit Court for this city In vacation to-day. Tne testator leaves his estate to his wile. Mrs. Irene I Flasket, who qualities as executrix without bona. " A meeting of the ladles Interested In the "tag day" celebration of the public school children, which will be held Feb ruary 32. held a meeting this afternoon at the rooms of the chamber of com merce and discussed plans. Another meeting will be held at 7 SO o'clock Fri day night, when further arrangements will be made. The Ladles" Aid and Mite societies of the First Baptist Church will hold a bazaar Thursday night at the Young People's building ot the Methodist Epis copal Church South from 2J0, o'clock until 11 o'clock. In addition to. refresh ments there will also be a jgustcalpro gramme. Charles W. TraVera" funeral will take place at 4 o'clock; to-morrow afternoon from the residence of his brother, .Rob ert Travers, TO Duke street. Services will be .conducted by Rev. W. F, Watson, pastor ot th First- Baptist Church, and burial will be in Bethel Cemetery. The funeral or James AHlson wllr'take place at S o'clock to-morrow afternoon from his home. S33 North Fairfax street. Rev. Q. A. LuttrelU pastor of Trinity Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be In Bethel Cemetery. At a meeting- of Samaritan Rebekah Lodge of Odd Fellows, held at Odd Fel lows Hall to-night, several candidates were Initiated. Five candidates were Initiated to-nlgbt by Seminole Tribe of Red Men. In addi tion, considerable routine business was also disposed of. A largely attended meeting of Alexan dria Council. Royal Arcanunv was held at Sarepta Hall to-night. The (lection of Henry Callan, A J. Butcher, and F. I4. Entwlsle as trustees of Osceola Tribe ot Red Men was con firmed in the Corporation Court to-day. A fine of $10 was Imposed In the Police Court to-day in the case of F. V. Wheat ley, charged with exceeding the speed limit with an automobile. TVheatley de nied the charge and claimed It was a case of mistaken Identity. AUTO COMPANY ORGANIZES. Thirty Washington Rnslnearf Men to Be Added to Directorate. Tbe Washington Car .Manufacturing Company is now being organized by the present officers and directors of the Car ter Motor Car Corporation. Thirty rep resentative business men ot Washington, Hyattsvllle. and Blandensburg will be added to the present directorate. In addition to the .present models ot Washington cars, three models will be added, selling as low as JS0O. for the pleasure car class. A complete line of commercial cars, from the smallest, sell ing at S&0. to the ponderous six-ton truck, will be manufactured by this new organization. It Is the Intention ot the Washington Car Manufacturing Company to put Washington on the map as a manu facturing city ot meter cars. The pres ent plant at Hyattsvllle will be Increased from time to time, so that It will rapidly become one of the largest and strongest manufacturing concerns south ot the Mason and Dixon line. TOMACH SUFFERERS Avoid Lhngerwrs Operations. 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Jf yea ua dleyuMot and db eocnsid, I cue yoa to rim B a cbaDoa to proM bu rlitma, By wrttlag ma to-day yoa wUl anjar men nal comfort taan yoa asd fa taoosbt tola world boUj for yoa. Jaet try U tad yoa wUl sn I ta teCiBgyoa the tmtB. Dr. . E. Cimdr, IU ftrt Han. SrHil. m. BafanecM Third Xttloul Bank. SaJxlli. Me. Oenld yoa do s bnttr let tain ts and tin boOcs ta aoma poor miStm of Zeaasuf ABE MAETIN SATS: You can't git alonjj with th best woman that ccr lived after th bureau drawers swell. ,. I don't beliee that even bcin' photoed in a golf suit will prevent Gov'nor Wilson from gittin th' Presidential nomination. TAFT PROCLAIMED SARTORIAL MODEL "Best Dressed Han in 'White House Since Days of Arthur," Say Capital Tailors. &pertil ta The WubJnstco BmM. Kew York. Feb. 11 President Taft was to-day voted the best dressed Presi dent since Arthur br a partr of TVash Lnston merchant tailors on the way to their national convention in this city, which will open at the Hotel Aster to morrow morning. The contingent Included some of the best known merchant tailors In the Cap ital City, and on the way to New York One apparel was, of course, the principal topic The discussion crew animated, and finally the sussestlon 'was made that a vote bo taken. The vote declared Mr. Taft the winner. The merchant tailors are proud of Mr. Taft as a correctly tailored man. Colonel Roosevelt was favorably considered In the discussion. He affected the frock coat a great deal while In the White House, but his strenuoslty was such that he was considered a hard man on clothes. He Is said to have scarcely ever made a speech of an Important nature that he did not "rip her up the back" meanlnc the frock coat. The Washington tailors are making their headquarters at the Hotel Astor and In the party are Owen Owen, chair man of the executive committee of the National Association of Merchant Tailors ot America; J. C wineman, president of the Washlncton Kxchance, Mrs. J. C. Wineman, George E. Hebbard. secre tary: E. H. Snyder, treasurer: L. A. Downer, Theodore J Van Doren. F. J. Helbcrger. Jr. Parke Herold. Edln a Keon. Harry J Lee. J. M. Stein. Carlson Brothers, Frederic A. Cochran, Samuel Norwood and others. After an all day session of the National Association of Merchant Tailors ot America at the Hotel As tor, the 400 mem bers present reached tho following con clusions. "That the spring fashions shall repre sent long lines and striped materials. "The lines will follow the natural fig ure, no padding, no hip pegs, no double collars, and narrow, long revers for stout men. "That men are slaves to fashion as much as women. "That the new tuxedos shall be gray Instead of black to enable one to distin guish one's friends from the head waiter. 'That American men hate the high silk hat .and only wear It under cover of a carriage at nightfall. "That American men would prefer knee breeches and English court costume to the traditional dress suit, but they haven't the figure of tho European court dandy, the army and navy men to enable them to wear It. "That It takes forty-six; varieties ot garments to make a man. "That the New Tork man is the best dressed man la the country- "That the American man wlU wear Eu ropean clothes In Europe, but Is ashamed to do so on Fifth avenue." LOCAL MEKTIOn. E3CCtmSIO3 TO-DAY. Norfolk asd Vniiiniina Steeaoboat Coapuy's .teamen from foot ot Bareola atmt for Old Flint Comfort ua Norfolk daily at (-43 p. a. Qua from rtftcenta stmt aad Hew York ansae rruy qoerter hoar for mala cntrmce Zoo Fark ssd Gbery Cbue. TO Oitat Fhllt-Gnat TaS. asd Old DomaleB lUllroad cut stay xvw mlnirttt from Tb&tytxt ud U strata Send Tour Lanadrr ta Conger's, 3d i. N. Y. ave.. It you want assurance that your linen will bo "done up" satis factorily, and under sanitary conditions. Prompt collection and delivery. TetWACT. Valentines, Conld'a. Qpem To-night, ' . Valentines; All Kind. Tied hearts. Gould's. 4U sth St. nw. CASTOR I A lor Xnfasta ani Cidlira. Tlw KM Yh Kit Atwtrt mcH Smfca. $c Campuny Pennsylvania Avenue Seventh Street 1500 .Dozen Popular Brands of Collars and Cuffs 6 for 25c The assortment includes the best known Collars and Cuffs on the mar ket to-day. Earl 8c Wilson 25c Collars and 40c Cuffs. Earl & Wilsons 15c "Red Men," Lion, Triangle, Silver, Frisbie-Coon, and other of the leading 15c Collars and 25c Cuffs. All spick, span, clean, fresh goods, in all the desirable shapes, and in all sizes 10 to 13 -Boys' and 13 to 19 Men's. ,On sale this ' morning and you know they won't 'linger long at, this price. -nil11 Hyste- ,mmw "" snsnnasnW V "HOW M DOES SHE DO IT?" M jmmmmV .mmr Ch Yoa Solve the BIG MYSTERY of Vaudeville? Topping a Dandy Show This Week at the The Painless Wilhelmina Foot Treatment The Marvelous Cures That Are Being Made By This Treatment Are Almost Beyond Belief St the Pot Is responsible for asreat man. FOOT TROUBLES m t fc Are.due to the bone, of tho foot becoming .m'-Pl" . w" $? clrculatlnc medium and overburdens the heart, owor mo nras. ojr.up tomsTielne cold hands, and feet. ,? .vtm down, twlstlce SS .SnfdraearnVr, EVERY ORGA"N IN THE BODY IS AFFECTED. cSStrtednwetf lioCu.ia onSe Ktwm of the foot, hunlons. and n. lSJSnft?SSn ot Uf . of all these, diseases, as liundreds of our patients will testify. WE CAN POSITIVELY CURE YOU. taV natlents to treat by the month, varying in price according to th? sevirlfy of the caseand 'the lengtbr Urn. It Ukes to euro it. but THIS, CURE IS WITHIN THE REAOTOF ALL. And we cordially lnvlte'you fo come to the offlce between the hoars of ?ois nrt sTsio for f re consultation and examination. "HEONlTPxScBm THE CITT WHERE THIS TREATMEOT IS GIVEN The Wilhelmina Foot Treatment a.- &? 3rs the agattwaof I'flxme Main 7M9 902 G Street H """"""vaKBBHasMnBBKMfl