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'TRANSFER USE
TO BE WIDENED
p More Extensive Inter-Com
pany System SaicJ to
Be Assured.
Washington Is practically sure of
Erf}* adoption of an extensive sys
of transfers.
The local railways lost their fight
~~ In opposition to the plan yesterday.
_ according: to officials, when they
f conceded that the system would be
feasible by agreeing to issue the
inter-company transfers at three
- points of intersection of their lines.
Inter-company transfers are to be
issued at these points as soon as
the existing transfers can be con
fiscated and a new series printed.
Transfer Points Agreed to.
~ It was agreed at a hearing before
x **** Public Utilities Commission yes
f terday that inter-company transfers
J should be Issued at:
Eighth and East Capitol streets,
from westbound cars on East Cap
itol street to southbound cars on
Eighth street northeast, and re
turn.
Thirteenth and D streets north
east, from westbound cars on D
gtreet to southbound cars on Eighth
street.
Thirteenth and H streets north
east, from westbound H street cars,
for passengers boarding cars west
of Fifteenth and H streets, to south
bound cars on Eighth street and re
turn.
These points were chosen with a
?pe^al view to relieving the situa
tion In the vicinity of the navy yard,
by relieving many employes of pay
ing two fares to get to work. It is
also expected that the traffic con
gestion in the downtown section will
be considerably lightened by the new
transfers.
In a stormy session of the Public
T^tilltiee Commission, officials of the
Washington Railway and Electric
Company fought the granting of in
tercompany transfers. The fight
hinged on the paragraph in the re
cent order of the commission grant
ing the increase in fare, which stat
ed that the Increase was granted on
condition that the companies should
interpose no legal objection to an
order requiring the issuance of trans
fers between the lines of the com
panies at points of intersection.
J. J. Darlington, general counsel
of the Washington Railway and
| NOSE CLOGGED FROM t
| A COLD OR CATARRH J
T i
J Apply Crsam in Nostrils To *
Open Up Air Passages.
Ah! What relief! Your clogged nos
trils open right up. the a:r passages
your head are clear and you can
?breathe freely. No mure hawking,
snuffling, muc ous discharge, headache,
dryness no struggling for breath at
nivfrt, your cold or catarrh is gone.
Don t stay stuffed up! Get a small
bottle ?f Kly s ("ream Balm from your
druggist now. Apply a little of this
fragrant, antiseptic cream in your
nostrils, let it penetrate through evrv
jnr i>as*age of the head soothe a no
b?*al the swollen. Inflamed mucous
nwnbrane. giving you instant relief.
? '* (>*am Balm is Just what every
? old and catarrh sufferer has been
Peking. It's just splendid.?Adv.
Electric Company, and George Ham
ilton, president of the Capital Trac
tion Company, declared that no such
statements or intimations had been
made by officials of the company.
He stated that free transfers would
entail serious loss to the companies.
Representatives of various citi
zens' associations presented the
views of the citizens in the matter.
They declared that their associa
tions had endorsed the recent in
crease only on condition that uni
versal transfers be granted.
Bill Price, president of the Con
gress Heights Improvement Associa
tion. assured the Companies that the
public would not stand for any
further delay in settling the matter.
He declared that the commission
should go ahead and inaugurate free
transfers and watch the results.
Evan Tucker, president of the
Northeast Citizens' Association; A.
J. Driscoll, of the Mid City Citi
zens' Association, and William McK.
I Clayton, were also present.
Expert Says Gain Possible.
Ed^rd A. Roberts, traffic expert,
associated with Mr. Beeler, was cross
examined by attorneys of the rail
roads. He reiterated statements that
the companies would not lose to any
great extent by the adoption of free
inter-company transfers. He main
tained that the companies might even
increase their revenues slightly by
such aotion, *
After three hours the hearing took
a recess. When the session was re
sumed the counsel and officials of the
lines agreed to grant free transfers at
the points mentioned above.
They further agreed that the whole |
matter should be placed in the hands
of John A. Beeler, traffic expert, and j
that he, working in co-operation with
representatives of the roads and of
the Public Utilities Commission,
should decide on additional points
at which free transfers should be
allowed.
D. C. MARKSMEN HOLD
SHOOT NOVEMBER 23
The District of Columbia rifle match
will be held at the local range on No
vember 23 and 24. Washington marks
men, under the leadership of Col. M.
A. Winter, recently won at the na-,
tional matches. Camp Perry.
The individual matches will be held
on Saturday, November 23, and Sun- j
day. November 24. Contestants will be
allowed to use any ammunition or i
rifle at the meet. Rifles and ammuni- |
tion will be furnished at the range
upon request. Lieut. E. A. Harrington,
commanding officer at Glenbumie, ex
tends a cordial invitation to all rifle
enthusiasts.
NEW YORK HOTEL ARRIVALS.
New York. Nov. 13.?The follow
I ing Wasbingtonians are registered j
| at hotels here: S. F. Adams, Mrs.
|S. F. Adams. Belleclalre; J. M. Fos
j ter, P. C. Wadsworth. Park Avenue;
j E. Griffith, Wellington; L. Hartman,
New Strand; P. H. Langbridge, Marl- j
borough; Miss M. Lawless, Cumber- j
land; Miss M. Lawless, St. Andrew;
A. Neece. Great Northern; W. L.
Quinn. Miss J. Quinn. Webster; C.
L Camp. J. E. Fowler. Miss De j
Loney. Mrs. A. B. Raymond. Breslin; j
; S. E. Davison. Gregorian; Mrs. J. S. |
J Herman. Maj. S. H. Lewis. Col. C. C.
? Wright. Miss H. D. Evans. Holland i
House; Mrs. P. Palmer. J. f\ Husted. j
i Grand; J. T. Rogers. Mrs. O. J. Rog
! ers. H. Taylor. Herald Square; H. G.
Rowland. Bristol; Mrs. L. A. Moel-J
hafon. Miss E. S. Wilcox. Aleaznr; ;
| D. H. Wolpoflf. Broadway.
TRADE REPRESENTATIVES,
j Hecht Co.. S- B. Loveless, assistant |
< managf r. men's clothing. Hotel Bres- j
, lin: Woodward ft I-othrop. 334 !
Fourth ave.; .1. M. Buzz^ll, dress j
| goods and linings. F. E. Mack, do- !
I mestics. white goods and linens.
idruggists still asked to '
i conserve stocks of vaporub
! needed in "flu" districts
i
?
; Influenza Epidemic Is Decreasing in Most Sections, j
and the Demand Is Slackening, But We Are Still I
18,000 Gross Behind on Orders and It Will Take!
Some Time to Catch Up.
I THREE MILLION JARS
SHIPPED DURING
OCTOBER.
i On Monday, October 21. we ad- |
" dressed an advertisement to the
1 wholesale and retail drug trade, ad- 1
2 vising that we were badly oversold,
f due to the influenza epidemic, stat- J
ling that all deals and quantity]
?hlpments were postponed, and re- ?
questing that VapoRub be purchased I
Id small lots onlv. This condition j
?till prevails.
L At this writing w* have back or- '
ders for eighteen thousand (18.000):
'? jfToss and our orders each day are
??.double our dally output. The epi- ,
idtmic, however, is decreasing in 1
f most sections, the demand is slack
Sening and we ar?' working night I
land day to catch up. In the mean- i
?time, we as4c the trade to be patient J
|wtth us.
?K> ORMOl'S SHIPMKM S H AVK
; WIPED OIT EXCKS8 STOCKS.
! On October 1st we had on hond
sat the factory and in twenty ware*
? houses over the country a tremen
. .doua stock of VapoRub. accumu
lated during the summer months.
This is now gone?we actually
ihipped during the month of Octo
t>er over three million jars of Vapo
fcub. We are speeding up our fac- .
fcory as much as possible and the !
?problem now is to distribute the
"Wactory's output as quickly as pos
sible. We have, therefore, for the
time being, abandoned freight ship
ment and are shipping either by !
a?arcel post or express?trying to
Xive each Jobber at least a little
stock.
I9f M EDI ATE SHIPMKMs TO
i DRiG(.im i> ink: I i:\/\
DISTRICT!*.
1 Preference is being given to those 1
Lections stricken by influenza. In i
?brder to reach these sections as
Jjuickly as can be. we are. during
!&>is emergency, making shipments ,
|y parcel post, direct, to the retail
trade, of not more than three* ?3) \
rsen 50c sise ia any one shipment,
e prefer that the jobbers order
ese shipments for their trade, but '
save time we will, if the need is 1
rgenL ship direct on receipt of
[ feieek or money order. Naturally,
Ko new accounts can b#> opened dur
| t%jg this rush
' WHPIKS % % n hrti v:\za book- |
' I.ets KREE O^ ItKQI EST.
Wp have prepared a little folder
giving all the information available
far on Spanish influensa?its
Tf?C V1CK CHEMICAL COMPANY,
1
origin?the symptoms and the treat- j
ment, and these will be forwarded:
to druggists on request. We will j
also be glad to mail to any indi- j
vidual one of these booklets, to- I
gether with a quarter-ounce sample, i
fre*.
HOW TO ISE VArORIB I*
TltEATIKU SPANISH
hFLI i:\7.a.
In every case call a physician?i
VapoRub should bp used only In !
connection with the physician's in
ternal treatment.
Apply hot, wet cloths over the j
throat, chest and back between the ;
shoulder blades to open the pores. |
I>ry lightly and rub VapoRub well ;
in until the skin Is red?spread on j
thickly and cover with hot flannel jj
cloths. Leave the bed-covering loose '
I around the neck, as the body heat |
releases the ingredients In the form J
of vapors. These vapors, inhaled 1
with each breath, stimulate the lin
ing of the air passages to throw off j
the influenza germs. In cise of ;
head or chest cold, which often ac- '
companies influenza, the vapors tend J
to keep the air passages open, loosen j
the phlegm and make the breathing j
easier. In addition. VapoRub Is ah- .
sorbed through and stimulates the j
skin, attracting the blood to the!
surface, and thus aids ip relieving
the congestion within.
HOW TO USE VICK'S A APOHl'B AS
A PRKVKXTIVE.
It is questionable if there is any- j
thing which will prevent Spanish
Influenza. except avoiding those j
persons who are spreading the dis- ?
ease by coughing. sneezing and
spitting, and by keeping up the bod- .
ily resistance by plenty of good j
fi>od and exercise in the open air.^
The Public Health Service recom- ||
mends that the nasal passages be j
coated with a weak solution of
Menthol in liquid petroleum as a
protective. For this purpose Vapo- j
Rub is excellent. Just put a small j
portion up each nostril from time to,
time during the day and snuff well J
back into the head.
KREP FREE PROM COLDS BY I!f-j
HALING V APOR I B.
Colds irritate the lining of the air ?
passages and thus render them a
much better breeding place for the
germs. At the first signs of a cold .
use VapoRub at on^e. Melt a little
in a spoon and inhale the vapors
arising, or VapoRub can be used in
a regular benzoin steam kettle, such
an most druggists carry in stock.
If this is not available, a very good
substitute to use is an ordinary tea
kettle. Fill half-full of boiling
water?put in half a teaspoon of
VapoRub from time to time?keep
the kettle Just slowly boiling and
inhale the steam arising.
GREENSBORO. N. C.i'
11Hi i '
BELGIUM NEEDS
QUICK RELIEF
Food Shortage Causing
Misery, Minister Here
Declares.
Four of the ?even million inhabi
tant* of Belgium are destitute today
and subsist entirely on what they re
ceive when each individual arrives at
his goal in the "soup line." accord
ing to a statement by E. de Cartler
de Marchienne. the Belgian Minister
here.
He made public a statement thank
ing President Wilson for delegating
Herbert Hoover,. food administrator,
to take charge of all relief work
abroad, and said:
"That Mr. Hoover and his associates
in the commission for relief in Bel
gium and In the Food Administration
are to have charge of this enlarged
interest of the American people in
Belgium will give a feeling of abso
lute confidence to the whole of our
people, and this evidence of Ameri
ca's continued solicitude will be an
encouragement and stimulation to my
people second only to their actual lib
eration from German oppression.'
Inasmuch as it will be some time
before Belgium can expect to claim
reparation from Germany, according
to the Minister, it can easily be seen
the misery in which the Belgian peo
ple will find themselves unless prompt
relief measures are undertaken.
Need Haw Materials.
Raw material must be found to
start factories, industries must
again be put under way, railroads
and canals reconstructed, houses re
built. seed and agricultural imple
ments furnished before the country
may look for a real livelihood
through its own efforts. The French
and English governments, however,
have also promised their co-opera
tion in reconstruction work. The
minister concludes his statement
with this reference to the enemy:
"They destroyed our railways, our
mines and our canals. Never before
has a country' been reduced to
such a plight as ours today and
never has a country had such
friends. We have won the war.
We must now bend every effort to
restore our country and prepare it
for its glorious future."
THE TOWN CRIER.
KnV<"of Columbu^" "vrnth
"%xr""van*"'???"or":"?.!:
atTh" Wom'n ? H***>re w" A s soc fat Ion
?ntrrS,lhn"tZlmp!'-- N'lmh "nd L
tor the December ef/cuL * '""P
'?'m vsk
""v.; ?
,nan Will preach J " u Gro"
rrron f
War. George K Haynes. Director of
N*<rro Economic!, for the
ment o, Labor, an, R?wrl ht,^
? of ,h,> Municipal Court.
The Society for PhllMapHleal |?
??arWI4 'r"- ,SaLUrday' November
iV'k J' oclocic in the |>uhHp
Library. Edward E. Richardson will
apeak on the "Prci-nt -
Philosophy." ,r*"nt Trend of
rcJm'o'fT,IO>,^! ?' ,hr n,"M ?"? ?"?
room of the department of Militarv
Aeronautics will hold ? pfc* c ,o
morrow at the Chain Bridge
toT1"' Society mi,
tomorrow night at the hall ,,,
Washington chapter of the Ameri
can Institute of Banking, at n p
street northwest
^??r,
ni^iit northwent. tomorrow
night at R o clock.
orS?r'"! "nd" ">?? -...pice.
hi L a J" w",far' wm
he held Sunday at 11 o'clock in the
morning in the Temple at Eighth
?nd H streets northwest * i?
Tadgett. chairman of the House!
Committee on Naval Affairs ,*11^
.iK,tr;s,.r,T;;
Monument. "" h'"" ?f w?'"?ngto?l
* community service under IK. '
-?'"O'ces Of the Episcopal Cathedra'
is to be held Sunday evening in
wH,,,,nprc.^hOP r?"dj",0r
win 'h" !"",rr
will he delivered Sundav afternoon I
P...? o.''?.ck in Theater by
land. C- ?' r?rt-j
The Board of Director. ?r (h,
Masl?nit, Boar<J of Trs(ip ^he
m t on Mondav. November IS at
o clock In the Board rooms of i
the Star Building
Of'?,: Tr" Education
"ounces h^^th0/ W""h,in*ton ?n
inat the usual monthlv :
? t7: Jfl o'ciock'*" *' '??
- ^^^de^re^'^h'an::"^;
MV.niT,er v
T. r Sharp Is chairman
committee on arrangements
tion^Ti. nr""'1' A..?,|?.
be. 20 in"","' "ovem.
Church. "? ,OWa A"n"" M. E.
lec^u're^rt!!"'^ "HI
j_ .. . n the Tomplo of the Wash
g febrew Congregation tonight. !
The Sisterhood of the Hebrew
Congregation will meet Monday
rIih J*0"' v<1tnber IS. Maj B T
C*p' Ju,lu? J Peyser
9 DIE in aeroplane mishap.
Nine fatalities resulting from acci
dents in aviation training were re
ported for the week of November
2. These accidents* occured at Barron
Field Texas; Selfridge Field. Mich:
<"arlstrom Field. Flu : Ellington Field. !
Texas; Rich Field. T^xax; and
Rockwell Field. California. There t
were no fatalities reported for the
r>th*r twenty-one flying fields in the
United States. i
iWhere Quality Counts
FOLLOW OUR PRICES AND
SAVE YOURSELF MUCH MONEY
Regardless of Whether Items Are Advertised or Not,
You Can Save Yourself Much Money _
Potatoes
Per
Peck . .
One-Half Peck 20c
One-Quarter Peck 11c
40c
Grape Juice
One Quart 43c
One Pint 23c
One-Half Pint 12c
Pillibury't Health
Bran, pkg
12ic
Plum Puddings
Atmore'i?
individuals 10c
No. 1 Size Can 30c
Peinut Butter,
Bulk, per lb. .
23c
Wizard Products
lie
37c
Carpet Clean,
pkf
Wizard Oil Polish,
50c size bottle
size
Use Wizard, per directions, on
your automobile. Nothing: bott^r
for it.
Onions
Per
Peck .
One-Half Peck 15c
One-Quarter Peck 9c
29c
Why Eat Ordinary
SALMON
When You Can Get Salmon
Like This
Del Monte Brand
"CHINOOK"
The finest grade salmon
packed, at such a slight dif
ference in price you will quick
ly prefer this superior quality?
Dur Price QCp
Per No. 1 can^^C
EAT SPINACH
put of the can. All ready
tor cooking.
Terrapin 1 f\
Brand?Can ... *
CORN MEAL
12-Lb. Peck rr
Bag OOC
???????
Bulk, White J* _
Corn meal?Lb. . . "C
National Oats
/
A standard brand, product equal to any. A real bargam at this ]
Curtice Bros. Jams
Special This Weelt,
Per pkg., 22 oz
10c
25c
21
This brand of- goods is about as near equal to real fine homemade as is possiiile. You can
afford it at this price.
Chas. Gulden's and
Other Goods. Per
Large Bottle
Thanksgiving will soon be here. Why not get yours at THIS price?
Special
This
Week
12oz. Can
Stuffed Olives
i nanKSg>vnig wm mjuii ur iicic. n\ 11 wi get >uuin ai iru.? jjijvu;
Royal Baking Powder ,1.35
Post Toasties ! per pUCg. lO^C
Kellog's Corn Flakes ^c"'Th"w'ck'
L Y Aiir 1 nnij-p
Our Stores Close at 8K)0 P.M. on Saturdays. Please Shop Early hi the Day
MILK
Pet?Small 7c
Pet?Tall 15c
Carnation?Tall .. 15c
Peerless?Small . . 7c
Peerless?Tall ... 17c
Challenge 17c
Eagle 22c
Lard and
Shortening
Pure Lard?lb ... 32c
| Compound?lb. . 27c
Crisco?1 /2~lb. . 46c
Crisco?3-lb. .. . 90c
Crisco?6-Ib. ...$1.78
j Snowdrift?2-lb. . 62c
I Sawtay?Per Can. 33c
Douglass
Corn Oil
Now being advertised in
the Star can be secured at
all our stores.
Pint Can....
35c
We Are Headquarters for Fine
CANNED GOODS
Del Monte PEELED Apricots, 90^
No. 2Vz Size OOC
Exceptionally fine goods. Only a small stock procurable.
Gold Bar Apricots, NOT Peeled,OQ?
No. 2V2 Size
Silver Lake Beets, 1
No. 2 Size Can
Silver Lake Beets, 1 Qn
No. 2l/2 Size Can
Red Raspberries, Preserved,
No. 2 Can ^
Burt-Olney's Extra Sifted r\f\
Sweet Peas ^v*C
This is a fancv New York State product.
ASPARAGUS
A verv fine assortment. Price to suit cverv purse.
DEL MONTE PEELED, ^Qr
No. 2>/z Can
Acme Tips, 9Qr*
No. 1 Can
i Export Tips,, 29C
No. 1 Can
Del Monte Medium White ?\e\r>
Tips, Can OOC
Yuba, No. 1 Round Cans, Of,*- CQc
Ungraded Stalks W*
Royal Red,
No. 2Vz Square Cans, Ungraded Stalks. . . . OV/v*
Canned Corn
Shriver's Pack
Blue Ridge
3 for 50c
A-l Country Gentleman
2 for 35c
None Such
Condensed
Mincemeat
Pte... 12c
Here They Are
^ou can now get them at
ORLEANS MOLASSES
This line will triable you to pick out yoor favorite brmnd. For paa
rakes ?e recommend Artiur I'ulT* Pure or Br. r Rabbit G?14
our stores.
Del Monte
i Ripe OO
Olives.. ?OC
Duff's (Extra Fine)
No. 2?/i Can
Palmetto (BaJdng)
No. 2l/z Can
Palmetto (Baking)
No. 2 Can
Red River (Dark Baking),
No. 2 Can
Brer Rabbit,
No. l?/2 Can (Gold)
Brer Rabbit,
No. \l/z Can (Green)
27c
23c
15c
12c
14c
12c
PANCAKE FLOURS
Aunt Jemima Pancake ... 14!4c
Aunt Jemima Buckwheat... 14 !4c
Gold Medal Buckwheat 14J4c
Teco Pancake 12c
Navy Beans Cracked Hominy, Per lb 5^c
Michigan Choice Hand Picked
Per
Lb.,
12k
Salad Dressing
Durkee's. picnic si/.e. 13c
UNEEDA
BISCUIT, OC
Schimmel's
Howard's
Royal
Royal Mayonnaise
Bee Mavonnaise ..
13c
29c
25c
25c
32c
Eat
Dromedary
Cocoanut
1-8 Pkg 5c
1-4Pkg 10c Nut-Margarine
Shredded Wheat
2 for 25c
Maple Cane Sugar
Mansfield, 4 or 10c
Mansfield 8 oz 17c
Mansfield, 15 oz 27c
And Save Money
\\ e are >elling same fine
Nut-Marigold we sold all
last year.
Special
Low
Price, lb.
30
Tell the Kidlets Fancy
Tnat "Crackerjack" is being
distributed to our stores.
The Original
and Only
Crackerjack
p" 7c
Pkg
1 u
Creamery
Butter
Per Lb.,
65
Takhoma
Biscuits, Pkg11
Tea*
MIXED
Mosque, lb \2r
Mosque, lb 22c
Afternoon, lb 15c
Afternoon. y2 lb 29o
Polka Dot, pkg 7c
GREEN
Mosque. y? lb 15c
Mosque, y2 lb 27c
Afternoon, J4 "> 17c
Afternoon. y2 lb 33c
ORANGE PEKOE
Banquet, ioc can 9c
Banquet. *4 ib 22c
Banquet. y2 lb -.-40c
CEYLON-INDI A
Mosque, % lb 14c
Mosque, y2 lb 27c
Afternoon, % lb 16c
Afternoon. y2 lb 30c
House of Lords,
%-K pkg 17c
House of Lords,
J4-lb. pkg 34c
Heno, ^4-lb. pkg Igc
Ridgeways, yA lb 19c
Ridgeways, ioc pkg. .. 9c
Chocolate and Cocoa
Cocoa. Hershey's, 1-5 lb.. 6c
Cocoa, Hershey's, 54 R> , i5c
( ocixi. Hershey's, 1 lb.. 27r
Cocoa. Walter Baker's.
1-5 lb 9C
Cocoa. Walter Baker's,
"? 18c
Chocolate, Walter Baker's,
Va lb 9c
Chocolate, Walter Baker's.
* lb 18c
Stolwerck's Milk Cocoa.
X !b 23c

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