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BUSINESS NEWS MAGAZINE FEATURES^f AND CLASSIFIED ADS^ SECTION TWO?PAGE 9. WASHINGTON. D. C.. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1921. PAGE 9-SECTION TWO. WASHINGTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN PLEDGE AID IN STRIKE CRIST: SEEK TO PREVENT WALKOUT BUT PLAN FOR EVENTUALITIES i ? Will Aid in Transporting Food and Supplies if Strike Occurs. AFTER $2?00 FUND Board of Trade Would Give Sam to Help Employ ment Bureau. * Business and professional men of the District joined yesterday in Pledging aid to help avert the im pending railroad strike and to ad minister aid in the transportation of food and supplies for the Dis trict should the strike be called. ?^Action to this effect wm taken by the Board of Trade, the Cham ber of Commerce and the Mer chants and Manufacturers' Associ*- < th>? in separate meetings yester . * In almost identical resolutions the three bodies condemned tn? railing of the strike as an unwar ranted Interference with public welfare. President Hardin* a no other officials were urged In tne resolutions to use every possible energy to avert the proposed strike. 1A11 .offered their assistance in measures which might be under taken to guarantee the public wel fare and keep free the channels of transportation. The resolutions point out the strike will act as a retardant of business and seriously check the wheels of industry and will add to the present problem of unem ployment. ' In asking support by railroad workers of the rulings of th* 1'nited States Railroad I^abor Boar?i. the Merchants and Manufacturers' Association points out, the board Is a legally constituted body and the ''time for law and order was never jnore opportune.** The Board of Trade directed tha* Its membership of 2,500 circu larized for contributions U? the Citizens' Employment Bureau Ka?-h man will be asked for $1 Real Estate Course Opened. L Harry K. Boss, president of the Washington Heal Estate Board, and I J. Harry Covington delivered ad ; dresses last night at the opening I of the course In real estate at the T. M. C. A. William Beale pre sided. A practical course In estate is a new course wWclulh# r T. M. C. A. school has inaugurated. Ask New Playground. Purchase of the lot between Park road and Monroe. Fourteenth and Sixteenth street*, and construction of a public park and playground on the land was urged by a num ber of neighboring citixena In a petition presented to the Commis sioners by Mrs. Giles Scott Rafter and Mrs. Walter Hough yesterday. BIRTHS WMts. Jnn.es R. and Marr C. Walker. boy. James W and Adnh B. Curtis, girl. Thomas A. and Irene Bowie, boy. lames W and Carrie Hunt. girl. Krnnk W and Alma Wetter., girl. . tbe a ad Lena R- Goldberg. boy. Theodore L. and Julia M. OXnmbua, boy Karl E. and I-enors Oksanan. boy. Charles H. and Sera Garrison, boy. Walter W. and Ida M. Beall. boy. Nlraoa and Bather Herson boy. Isaac and Mary Sl'.verrtau. girl. Philip W. and B. KetUa M Greenwell. Henry and Phoebe Stanley, girl. r ? Ward B. and Annie E. I.akin. boy. - Randol P. and Beraiee rone*, girl. Eugene W. and Mary f;??odwln. girl. ~ Yale O. and Mand L Mllltngton. hoy. Benjamin M and Margaret MeKelway. t'Feliz P- and Minna B. Denia. boy. Cart a. ?nd Erelyne F. Stoner. girl. Frederick J. and France* Phillip*, boy. Howard and Martha Roger*, girl. Colered. Aadrew and -Elizabeth Jarkaon. bey. fhtd'ey i. and Lillian <\ Proctor, boj. William CL and Bettla Mayo, girl. Kit-hard and Annie Stark*, girl. ?ieorge and Oladya Tanner, boy. John and France* Rtm*. boy. (ieorge and Dorothy Smith, boy. Jame* and Flsaey Quarle*. boy. Janea I. and Siberia Wilaon, girl. X-RAY Ex?^is?tlao far ?M* ***]? J.0SQ8. banrt. at.waaa. lie ,r fcidaaya. bona*. Jaiata, ?la w ?r ' agarater la Oar ax par physiclaa aad Sw what Is wrang. Css.nl. ?.??. It?. DR. WRIGHTt *5aY PLAJIT. Tit atraat *.W. Mr. L B. Cook Tells How Cuticura Healed Brother "When my brother wag three I i old ecseraa broke oat on big bead and face In bllater, and then scaled over. Hie hair became i?i thin, and < * * 9 be just scratched aad cried all the time and could not t*at day or night. ?The trouble laated about eight months. Wa tried everything we beard of with no ? aulta- I read your advertiaeinant lor nr. Soap and Ointment and bought some, and after using three bosea at Cuticura Ointment, with the Cuticura Soap, ha waa completely beakd." (Signed) l~ B. Cook. Hai ^abcma'loap dally and Cuticora taionally, yaenem plm ernptlona. They are a ilMiuii to oaa. aa la alao Cuticura talcum, a fascinating fragranoe for lining tlx skin. Milk Thief Pays $5 for Milk Taken From Doorstep Owner Sees Negro Walk Off With Bottle and Rune Him Down. Milk has gone up. Ths price is now per half pint, and wu apt yesterday by Jujlge Mc Mahon in Police Court w^en Mc Kinley Jones, colored, was brought up on a charge of stealing mlllc from the doorstep of Harry Yager, at 228 F street northwest. Yager told Judge McMahon that someone had been stealing a half pint bottle of milk from his door step for the past two weeks. In order to catch the thief, he said, he got up unsually early yesterday morning and caught Jones in the act of walking ofT with the bottle. Policeman Kobert Strong joined In the chase and caught the thief at Third and E streets. The accused denied the charge, and explained that he had bought the milk for 7 cents at a nearby grocery store. The court lined Jones IS. FINES OF $3 EACH PAID BY 11 VENDORS Fruit Sellers Appeal to Com missioners to End Po lice Raids. Police continued' their raids on the fruit vendors yesterdsy while the vendors, through their association president. Sal vat ore Scalco, sought relief from the District Commissioners from the demands of the trade bodies that tjiey be kept from the streets. Eleven pushcart vendors were fined 13 each yesterday by Judge Hardison In Police Cou<t on charges of loiter ing on the streets longer than was actually necessary to make a sale, rhey were Salvatore Ruggeri. Louis saeigo. John Zavltanos. Bill Andrews. Harry Nklialarrous, George Corvas. Sovrates Pcutselares. James Xaragus. John Marltassas. James Callas and Barry Vokas. "It appears to me that if the Police Department would devote their time to 'unning down murderers, thugs and loflfllum* and less time to chasing ifter men who are trying to make an lonest living, the public would be bet ,er off all around," Scalco wrote. DEATHS Whit#. Charles Dunham. 67 year*. Garfield Hoapt. Fannie Grore, 76. 83u <th at. ne. Llzsetta Strati**. 84. 126 Ana coat la rd. ne. Henry H. Wise. 62. Garfield Hoapt. Alice B. Heaa. 77. 1011 35th at. aw. A as V. Padfet. 84. :r929 X at. n w. Maria P. Howe. 75. 129U Quiacy at. ae. L WJllard Harmon. 4j. Casualty Hoapt. Klla H. Clark. 37. Walter Reed Hoapt. Charles P. Stojae, 61. 2021 Maes. a*e. n*. Kraak Lambert, 56. 8t. EITsabeth'a Hoapt. Wesley George. 81. 62ft N. C. a*e. ae. George LaPafe, 36. in woods Anacoatia road ae. Stanley I. Goldberc. 2. 218 13th at. nw. Infant of Michael and Richard 8hufrae. 9, tours, Garfield Hospt. Calarad. William O. Green. 62. J416 Duncan at. ne. Sanoel C. Brown. St. 20<*7 L at. iw. Ella Jackaon. 53. 47 O at. Jeaae Green, 29. 3021 Shermaa are. nw. Clarence O. A. Kelly. Jr., 6. 2101 Cham ilain at. nw. Leonard Carter. 10 months, 46 L at. aw. Wtlllam H. Willis. 8. 820 Cnlllnan ct. sw. Norman Curtley, 2. Children's Hospt. ONE MAN KILLED, ~ PERSONS HURT, IN TRAFFIC MISHAPS Collision of Autos on Bal timore Pike Fatal to W. S. McPhatter. ????? \ One man was killed, a woman was perhaps fatally injured, two men were arrested, and flv* persons were Injured as the result of acci dents in or near the District yes terday. William 8. McPhatter, 60 yean old. residing near Berwyn. aid., was killed when a truck he was riding overturned following a collision with a touring* car on the aBlti more-Washlngton pike just across the District line, about 6 o'clock last night. Twe Drivers Arrested. Otto Lavelle, 2 years old. of Ber wyn, driver of the truck, and Thos. F. Burroughs, 22 years old,, of 620 Sixth street northwest, driver of the touring car, were arrested by ? police of the pinth precinct and later turned over to Constable Gar rison, of Hyattsville. They were re leased last night pending an inquest to be held tomorrow afternoon. Other occupants of the colliding machines were uninjured. McPhatter was pronounced dead upon his arrival at Casualty Hos pital where he was taken by the ambulance immediately following the accident. Witnesses said the truck struck the automobile as It made a sharp turn into a side road. Trapped As Car I paets. Entrapped in the body of their Sedan automobile as it turned over in front of the Pension Office Build ing on O street, near Fifth street! northwest, at } o'clock yesterday afternoon, Fred Roman, of Balti more^ his" wife and 1-year-ola daughter. Dorothy Roman, were se- ' verely Injured. The child suffered severe lacerations to the had and body bruiss. All were taken to the Emergency Hospital. The wife, Mrs. Caroline W. Roman, is suffer ing from lacerations io the head and face. Roman hold police he was j driving the machine wheiC In order] to avoid striking a youth, he turned; the auto quickly causing it to swerve and fall on its side. In view of hundreds of persons shortly before 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon at Ninth street and Pennsylvania avenue northwest, Marian Sabley, 35 years old, 134 North Payne street, Alexandria. > USED CAR DEPARTMENT TODAY'S BARGAIN We have a Dodge Touring with five good tires, paint work perfect, upholstery in good condition? and the motor is in line with the outward ap pearance. You who have been looking for a Dodge value? Don't fail to come in today. ? COMMERCIAL AUTO & SUPPLY CO/ Dodge Touring See Mr. Catrtwell. 817-19 14th St. N.W. ANY Anxious Mothers would be relieved if they would use an hour or two some day to visit our model dairy. It is singular to us that every mother in Washington doesn't personally investigate the source from which the family receives its milk supply. It would be time well used. Possibly they feel that they would not be welcome. That is not true at the Chestnut Farms Dairy. We are al ' ways glad to show any in terested person through our dairy. You don't have to make an appoint ment. Every day is Visitors' Day at4he Chestnut Farms Dairy GEO. M. OYSTER Jr. HENRY N. BRAWNER, Jr. Phone Franklin 4000. ' 1116-1120 Connecticut Avenue. .Why not eecura tha protection of onr eervicef Selected at a modtft far the SrUieh public. Hiffheet official rating ?f the health depart ment far the Dietriot of Columbia. aint it a grand and glorious feeling? ?by brigg3 vuhcm as alo IKJSURAMC ? /sgeojt Yoo arc ?se#s?r To Th? of^lcs op a to?j<sm me>jp?ft - Ar*d and wneeoue and expostucate1 if finally You BRCak th*ou6m The barrier op opposition AnD me mk3 fcr #a?j APPLICATION 8uank oh-H-h-boy!! aim"t it1 A GR'-b-ramd AMD glor-r-rhiouj feeciu' Va., was struck by a trolley car I and critically injured. She failed to notice the car as she attempted to cross the street. She thrown a considerable disance. Skull Probably Fractured. The car was in charge -of Motor man J. D. Collins and Conductor G. B. Wolford. of the Capitol Traction Company. MaJ. Harry L. Gessford, superintendent of police, was on the scene and rushed the injured woman to the Emergency Hospital. She is suffering from a probable fracture of the skull, besides cuts and bruises to the head and body Herbert Gill and J. A. Clarke, #both employes pf the Washington Railway and Electric Company at ?the Four-and-it-Half street *arn, .were Injured early yesterday marr ing on Third street near G street southwest, when the tryck in which they were riding collided witn an automobile operated by Henry White, colored, 37 years old, 51s Four?and?a?Ilalf street. Gill ar?3 Clarke were treated for r;uts xna bruises v t the Casualty Hospit*:. Hart mn Hide-Car 1 p?rti. Airs. Margaret Helverstein, 25 years old, 1613 Massachusetts ave nue southeast, was injured about the legs and knees when the side car of the motorcycle in which was riding: overturned shortly be- . fore 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon at Fifth and F streets northwest I Mrs. Halverstein was removed t-? her home. Th#? motorcycle was op- j erated by Harold McCord. 70# ' Eighth streel northwest. ! Lewis Graspebun, 1135 Genoa j street northwest. was knocked down and ran over by an autom<>--| bile operated by Fred II. Guss. 1424 K street northwest, early last eve- I ning in frnt of 1128 H street north- ' east. Graspebun was injured about : ? the head, body and chest. 1 \ Jailed for Auto Theft. JamcM Robinson, colored, was icnt to jail for ei?ht months yes erday by Chi^f Justice McCoy fn 'riminal Court on a chtrgo of ;rand larceny in connection with 6e theft of the automobile of' lodney L. Lynn, of 1870 WfonlBf ivenue northwest, in August last. J rhe machine was stolen while ?arked in front of a bank at Flf ?*nth stree t and New Tork avenue, j n e w*ch!m- waa damaged to the xtent of according to the ?oliea. EMPLOYES'UNION: URGED TO BUILT' PERMANENT HOME Federal Workers Asked To Give Dollar Eacfc To Cover Cost Need for t permanent hM<Qtr tan In Washington ?u voiced lui il*ht at the annual meeting of red tral Employes Union. No. I. whlcti celebrated lu iMtallat on of now officers with apoocboa and a dance In the Pythian temple. 1011 Nlath ? treet northwest. The matter vm broached by Ml? Gertrude McNally third rice president of the national inlon, who declared that they should ka?e a place where weekly daness ind other social affairs mlfhl te teld. One dollar from each mmbfr >f the national union would balld the atructore at once. ahe aa d William J. Hendricka, the new >realdent. after bslng Indue tod Into ifflce by retiring president. Bard 'syne, outlined briefly his poller for the coming year. Full hundred per oent service to he government Is tba first condition, le said. He urged better organlaa tlon and declared that It la far eaaler :o take away the righta of a atvc)* inorganiaed clerk than of U.MI or ranlsed employee If reclaaatfioMton alia again, he aaio. the members of Jie organisation must battle for M entlon of the bonus ta soma pfr nanent form. President Harding's roeant etgu ive order prescribing an efficiency -sting system waa briefly tooehafl in at the meeting. Herbert D. Srown. chief of tha Bureau of Effici ency. was quoted to the effect that ?e believed affiliation with a utfon lecreaaed an employe's rfflctonry rhich statement waa used to lllas rate prooabie prejudice againat or ranlxatlon membera. .??? To Be SoW at SACRIFICE To bay this beautiful (drtachM) modern home that is built 2or comfort ? containing 9 roonta, large cellar and attic, tile hot-water heat, electricity, laapr porch, awning;, full screens^, slate roof, garage. chidfen house, fruits, grapes, cement walks, lot 50x125, hedge aroflnd entire lot? LOW PRICE-EASY TIRMS *et Owifr lasprrflsi ? 5S14 SWrrier PW Hwthwod ? GROCERIES, FRUITS, VEGETABLES MTMMLK ADVERTISED FOOD PRODUCTS , ... > f- v * J% Lower Prices: Cleanest Stores in the World Advantages to Customers . LOWEST PRICES SERVE YOURSELF BEST PRODUCTS 1;000 ITEMS Freedom of Choice Clean Store and Goods No waiting to be waited on. Extra Large Ripe Grape Fruit, each ... 15c Fancy Ripe Grape Fruit|MED|M s,ZEi . . 4 for 25c Extra Fancy Large Banana Apples, each . 6c by the box $3.75 Fancy Large Wagner Apples, each ... 5c by the box $3.60 Fancy Lemons, Per Doz. .... 15c Cabbage, Large Heads, Per lb. ... 3!4c Large White Celery, per bunch . . . 10c Sweet Potatoes, per lb 3c Large Spanish Onions, each 4c Fresh Tomatoes-Kale-Spinach-Lettuce-Beets-Carrots and various other fresh vegetables delivered to our stores daily.