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v fw ? Restrict Traffic On Two Streets # ? ? Two Others Closed Altogether Near School Daring Stanton place between Fourth and Math s'reets and C strsat between Fourth and Sixth streets northeast, were mad* one-way atrsata yester day by order of the Diatrtct Com missioners because of proximity to tho Peabody School. Trafflc on the former hereafter will be eaatbound aad on tho latter westbound. G street northeast between Mary land avenue and Fourteenth street adjacent to the Pierce School la to be closed to trafflc during the recess hour* of 10:10 to 10:45 a. m. and 12:0* to !:?? P- m. ECZEMA A YEAR CUT WHEALS On Hands and Feet In Blisters. Itched Awfully. " I was troubled with ecxema on my bands and (set. It began with an itching around my nails, which (icwworacand broke oat in blister*. It itched and bonxd awfully, es pecially at night, and my (aat got so sore I could not wear my shoes. "The trouble laated about a year. I read an advertise- I r-ent for Cuticura Soap and Oint ment and sent for s free sample. I purchased more, and after using one cake of Soap and one box of Oint- ' ment I was healed." (Signed) Miss Msttie Butts, Rt. 3, Raymond. Miss. UseCuticuraforall toilet purposes. lunUlMkTmtolUU.A<MfMi "IWllllllt. OniLhM?M, Mm." Sold wftoro. Soop R<- Ointment? and Mb. TalmmZk. WASH KIDNEYS IF THEY HURT Take Salts to Flush Kidneys if Back pains yon or Bladder Bothers. Flush your kidneys with salts occasionally, says a noted au thority. who tells us that too much meat and rich food may form uric acid. which almost paralyzes the kidneys in their efforts to expel it from the blood. They become sluggish and weaken; then you suffer with a dull misery in the kidney re gion, sharp pains in the back or sick headache, dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue is coated, and when the weather is bad you ve -??eumatic twinges. The ? i cloudy, full of sedi j mert. ri channels often (get | i?rti anil rrltated. obliging you To ?eek - lef two or three times fTtrlxu? he night. To iielr. neutralize these Irri ?' ds. to cleanse the kid ? flush off the body's .-aste. get four ounces of Jad 6m.i * from any pharmacy here; take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days, and your kidneys may then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grai?es and lemon juice, com bined with lithia. and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate sluggish kidneys; also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer irritates, thus often ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts is inexpensive; can not injure and makes a delight ful effervescent lithia water drink.?Adv. WASHINGTON MAN GLAD TO REPORT Retired Pinkerton Detective Suf fered from Stomach Trouble, Bloated Feeling, Constipa tion and Nervousness. GIVES DRECOCREDIT FOR HIS RELIEF Washington people continue to call daily on the I>reco Expert at his headquarters in the O'Don nell's I>rug Store and relate their experience with this new medi cine which is causing such wide spread interest since its recent introduction here. Mr. William Mclntire. residing at Riverdale, just outside of Washington. who is a retired Pinkert.?n Detective and well known in thirf city, said: *M am I glad to report my experience I with the new remedy. l>reco. for I was led ti tak** this splendid ; medicine by reading someone's ! ca>e in 'he paper. "Before taking Dreco I was j very nervous and laid awake I hour after hour every night, and when morning came I'd drop off to sleep. My bowels were con stipated so that I h:i?f to lake medicine for them every night or I'd suffer next day. "I believe my stomach caused most of my troubles, for my di gestion was weak and nearly everything disagreed with me, turned sour and bloated me up. The gas was very distressing. "The first bottle of Dreco ben efited my troubles, so I took more and now I do not hesitate to say that I'm feeling better than for months. My bowels act regular ly.^ J *leep well all the night through and my digestion is so Mrch improved that I never suf fer from gas. sourness or bloat ing T*reco is certainly a splen ?Nd medfine for these troubles." To those persons who suffer fr? m headaches. gastritis, nerv ousness. constipation, poor sleep. weak'kidneys, lazy liver, a de ranged stomach or impure, slowj flowing blood. I>reco will prove a wonder to you. Tr> it today and see how quick the results will come. A vpeeial representative from (be l)rrr? I.aHoratory i? located at O'Dohneir* Drurc Htnre, IW-4 8th SI. V \\.. ?*? voarlfOBnl/ ex plain the merit* of tbln great remedy. % PLANS COMMUNITY CENTER BUILDING NEAR RESERVOIR Highlands Citizens' Asso ciation Aims at Rec reation Aids. Cltisena In th? vicinity of Six teenth Street Hlchtanda will be can vaased the Utter pert o( this week in an effort to stimulate actlvltlea and obtain aubac#lptlona for the erection of a community center to be built in the vicinity of the Sixteenth atreet reaervoir. According tn the plana as drawn by the Sixteenth Street Highlands Cltisena' Aaaoclation. the jxropoaed building la to be equipped wittr the lateat recreational facilltlea. Includ ing a pymnasium. awlmmlng pool and library. A large dance hall, open to all realdenta of the city, la planned. At a recent meeting of the Citl aens' Aaaoclation. a resolution en doralng the project *?? adopted. The members Intend making the canvass. A. T. Balater. S118 P atreet aorth weat. haa gone to Cape Henry. Va_ for an Indefinite viait. An apron Bale and aocial- will be held Friday night at the- Calvary M. E. Church South. J040 Q atreet northweat. A dance will be held at WeaUrn High School Friday night. Plana for raising funds v.'lth which to construct a new parish house probably will M discussed tonight at a meting of members of the Christ P. E. Church. Thirty-first and O streets northwest. The law class of Columbus Uni versity. 1004 F street northwest, a branch of the Knights of Colum bus educational organization, elected officers last night. William H. Car roll was elected president. John J. | O'Donnell. vice president; Miss Evelyn A. Green, recording secre tary; Higgins. treasurer; W. A. GallaRiier. historian and William J. McThilomy. sergeant-at-arms. The Takoma -??ark Civic Study Club held its November meeting at the Takoma Park Library yesterday afternoon. Mrs J. W. Frizxe'l. pres ident of the Federation of Women's Clubs of the District, and Mrs. Jose phine L?. Jacoos. of the Federation of Women's Clubs, spoke. Two successful classes for deficient pupils in Washington schools re now operating, according to Miss Rose Hardv. specialist in charge. One is at Curtis School. Georgetown, and the other in the Buchanana School. E street, near Thirttenth street southeast. Miss Bessie l^ee Crockett and Miss Mary Sltler are the teach ers supervising the work er. Russell H. Conwell will grite his lecture. "Acres of Diamonds." at the Metropolitan Methodist Episco pal Church tonight at 8 o'clock. The freshman law class at George town University loeked the doors of of its banquet room at the University Club Monday night, and while guards stood watch too keep out sophomores the "freshles" ate, smoked and listened to Hugh Fegan. assistant dean of the law school, tell them a few things. This was the first get-together meeting of the class not sanctioned by sophomores, and 125 "freshies" attended. William Hope arfd F. X. L.aKrance. students, made speeches. I Under the direction of Patrick Carr, a few vaudeville stunts were staged. MAN INDICTED ON CHECK CHARGE I An indictment charging larceny I alter trust was returned yesterday by the grand jury against D. Vincent j Swinnev, of Yeoice, Cal. He is al leged to have presented a worthless I check for $7.23 on a jeweler at 708 Seventh street northwest, as the fust payment on a watch valued it $54 Reod Johnson, colored, was in dicted on a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon in connection with an alleged assault on Maggie Brooks, colored. of 1125 First street sou'h ! c.tai. op October 11, shortly after his release from the workhouse where he served six months 'or a similar I offense. Eczema Caused Years Of Intense Agony "I have suffered agony from eczema on my leg and other parts of my body for years, and receive'! only temporary relief from other preparations. It is only a month since I started to us*- PETERSON'S OINTMENT and there is no sign of eczema * or itching. You can refer to me."?Geo. <\ Talbot. 27 Pen field street. Buffalo. N. Y. "I've got a hundred testimo nials." says Peterson of Buffalo, "just as sincere and honest as this one. Years ago. when I first started to put out PETER SON'S OINTMENT. I made up my mind to give a big box for 60 cents, and I am still doing it. as every druggist iu the country knows. ?| guarantee PETERSON'S OINTMENT because 1 know that its mighty healing power is marvelous. I say to every one who buys h box that it Is rigid ly guaranteed for eczema, salt rheum, old sores, skin diseases. ! chafing, burns, scalds and-sun burn. and if not satisfactory 1 your money will l?e refunded Mail orders filled by Peterson's I Ointment Co.. Inc.. Buffalo, N. Y. Buchu Found Best For Kidney Troubles | For many years people have i used buchu in various forms in ? the successful treatment of kid : ney troubles. Buchu Buttons are i even far better than just buchu 1 because they contain other reme [ dies Iu a properly proportioned compound, and are effective in relieving disorders of the blad der. backache, weak back, weak kidneys. inflammation of the bladder. scalding urine and urinary troubles. Buchu Buttons are easy to take tablets contain- , ing buchu. stone root. Uva Ursi. juniper berries, aloes, potasshim. nitrate and capsicum. They sell j for 50c bottfe. at Peoples Prug Stores and other good drug stores. Had thla infant been born a boy Instead of a girl Ita nam. would now be Patrick Kirby Instead of Catherine Virginia Klrby. according to Its parents, Mr. and Mrs. K?y * ? Klrby. 3401 N street northwest. The date of Catherine's birth expUlna why. She was born on March 17 last, when the town was bedecked In green In honor of Ireland a patron aalnt. . Slat ifrj?H?rH?*t?s. Near the ruins of the catholic Church of Our l.ady of \lct?r*- New Cut and Conduit roada, which was 1 wrecked by Are recently, a pretty wedding was performed Saturday morning, when Miss Agnes G. Har rington. 4641 Conduit road north west. was married to John J. Slat tery. 2020 I street northwest. T?js ceremony too* place In Our L*dy of Victory Hall, which stands near the flre-swept church, and was per formed by the pastor. Rev *jancls M Yingilng. assisted by Rev. Mc Alllster. of St. Dominlck's Catholic Church. The bride wore a dress of alWe? cloth embroidered with pearls, and a ruche held by a wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley. The maid of honor, Miss Nellie O. Harrington, sister the Jr' wore a dress of rose chiffon and tai feta and a silver hat. The bridesmaaids were Misses Helen and Mary Slattery. sisters of the bridegroom. The former *?'? a yellow chiffon dress and a Bold hat and the latter a dress of green chif fon and a silver hat. Mary Yingllnr and Louise Ting ling. nieces of the bride, who took the part of flower girls, wore dresses of purple crepe de chine. Edmund Slattery. brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The ushers were George E. Harrington. Rachael Harrington and John T. Wright. , The couple are now motoring through the Northern States, and on their return will mak? their home at 1730 Eighteenth street northwest. JokBMB?Howard. A pretty wedding was celeorate-i at the parsonage of Rev. E. M. Thompson. 178 I street northwest. Monday night when Miss Katharine E. Howard. 17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Howard. 1424 C street southeast, became the bride of Christian E. Johnson. 25-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, a soldier stationed near Brooklyn. N. V The bride, wearing a gray geor gette crepe gown and carrying a massive bouquet of bridal roses, was attended by Miss Agnes Vogle acting as bridesmaid. Rolland carnes was best man. A reception was tendered the couple at the home of the bride. Packard?Dodge. One of the most impressive wed dings that has been performed re cently in Washington, took place at the Church of the Transfiguration, when Mis, Bessie M. l>odge. Iro quois Apartments, 1410 M street northwest, was married to Harry M. Packard, apartment 416. Clifton | Terrace. The church was elabor | ately decorated with flowers. Rev. 1 J. J. Queally officiated. Miss Dodge wore a navy blue traveling gown, with a corsage of orchids and violets. She is one of the most talented musicians in the city. Packard-is a well-known title attorney. Only Intimate friends and rela tives were present. Immediately after the wedding the couple left , for Palm Bach. Fla.. where they will | spend a few week*. I'pon their re turn they will make their home at j apartment 505. the Iroquois. Mehwelakant?'I'rlpp. A quiet wedding took place at i St. Dominic's Church on Saturday. | when Thomas F. Schwelnhaut. 329 L-lnworth place southwest, and Miss Clara I* Cripp. 1105 C street south west, were married. The bride wore a blue traveling suit and cape, with a small velvet hat. The couple left after the cere mony for Norfolk for a short stay, wnere they will be the guests of Irvinw Walker, of that city. Rev. J. A. Cowan officiated at the ceme monies. The couple will make their home at 613 Princeton place northwest. Riddle?tinmpreekt. Miss Henrietta Gumprecht. 2818 P I street northwest, was married to I j^tvic Pierce Riddle, of the "Willard Courts In the rectory of Holy Trin ity Church last Friday afternoon. The ceremony was performed by i Rev. Father Charles J. Hennessy. ' The bridesmaid was Miss Mary Hazen, and Robert Barry was best man. Following the wedding the par ents of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Ar mand Gumprecht. tendered the cople a reception, after which th-^y left on their honeymoon to New York City. On their return they will make their home at the Willard Courts. Corley? Molfett. i Miss Nellie E. Moffett, 74 K s'reet (northeast, and Lyles E. Corley, Clarendon. Va.. were marrlad at the parsonage of Rev. J. E. Brlggs ?23 F street northwest. Monday night. They were unattended. The bride wore a blue traveling suit and a corsage bouquet of gweetheart roses. The couple will spend their honey moon in the South. Etilrr?WrlMtrr. Raymond O. Etzier, 207 Sixth | street northeast, and Miss Nettie Webster. 16 Sixth street northeast, were married at the Christ Church I by Rev. W. C. White Saturday The I lwri<1e vore a dark blue georgette dross and carried a bocquet of or i chids. The couple left immediately I on a honey*"0!0" trip. PEABODY-HILTON PARENTS OPPOSE NEW PLAYGROUND School Principal Say* Site For Foreign Children Is Uncalled For. wmm The movement to increase pW ?pace for children of foreign ex traction In Northeast waa glveif a temporary setback yesterday after, noon at the meeting of the Pea body-Hllton Paront-Teachere" Aaao ctatlon. held In Peabody School; when Mlaa Gertrude Young. group principal, following verbal denun ciation of the Idea, tabled the rea olutlon of the Stanton Park Citi zens' Asaoclatlop favoring the plan. Miss Young's crltic'?m * fpllow^fl the reading of the resolution. Jump ing to her feet, she flayed the as sociation's request for the purchaM of an adjacent building to the achool ? for the purpose. "There Is no Amer ica In CaVltnl Hill." "he voiced, with emphasis. Continuing, ane added. 'There are only twenty-nine children enrolled, and these ha" from Schott's alley. When they did attend the kindergarten the teachers were compelled to bathe them.'" Mrs. Raymond Morgan, memoer of the Board of Education, deliv ered a brief address touching on "Women's Part In the World of Today." She declared that women are deciding the bigger Issues of the day. The association contrib uted to the Travelers' Aid Society.' The committees on entertainment, playgrounds and pchools reported progress. Preceding the business session an entertainment was given by the pupils of the school. The next meeting of the association will be held In the school on Friday. December 8. philtp I* Baldwin, formerly of Washington, now of Akron. Ohio, who was recently married to Miss Margaret Bolles. Cleveland, Ohio, spent his honeymoon visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. Bal wln, 135 A street northeast. Mr. Balwin Is a secretary of a busi ness men's association in Akron. "On the Mount of Olivet" will be the subject of the series of travel sermons preached by Rev. George A. Miller, pastor of Ninth Street Christian Church. Ninth and D streets northeast. Sunday morning. A meeting of St. Matthew s Luth eran Chruch Council was held In th< church. D street.,near Tenth north east, at 8 p. m. Monday. The pas tor. Rev. Herman C. Schultx. spoke. The Lutheran Missionary Society will hold its fall session at 5 P- m Friday, at the Home of the Aged. Echoes from the general conven tion at Pittsburgh anrt methods o? study will be on the program. The keynote adopted for the meetlni will be "Preparation for Efficient Work." A meeting of the entertainment committee of the Xortheast Busi ness Men's Association will be held at 8 p. tn. tonight at their head quarters, second floor of Northeast Savings Bank. Eighth and H street! northeast. William A.. Heidi will submit plans for a community- en tertainment. Members of the Mothers* Club, of Rosedale playground, will assemble for a business meeting, to be fol lowed by a social hour, this evening Mrs. Herbert Dreyfus. New York returned home after a two weeks' visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Fischer. 1504 Olive street north east. Final plans for a bazaar to be i given by Ingram Memorial Congre gational Church. Tenth street and | Massachusetts avenue northeast, j were completed at a meeting of the ' Ladies' Aid Society, held in the (church at 10 a. m. yesterday. An "Every Member Present" service will be observed in Epworth | M. E. Church. Thirteenth street and !North Carolina avenue northeast. i next Sunday morning. The Woman*! Bible Class held a meeting in the church last night. A meeting of Francos E. Willan! ' W. C. T. U. will be held at the horn* of Mrs. J. E. Gibson. 1333 Maryland i avenue northeast, at 2 p. m. today Members of the foreign missionary | study class of Washington Presby terian Church. North Capitol streel and Florida avenue and Q street northeast, will deal with the sub ject. "Building With India." at theii meeting in the church at 10:30 a. m today. Miss Katherine Swanson. directoi of the Plaza playground, is making arrangements for a Thanksgiving celebration. .lames Barker. 402 Fifty-eighth street northeast, was slightly in jured. when the truck he was driv ing struck a pole. An illustrated lecture on "India* was given in Eastern Presbyterian Church, Sixth street and Maryland avenue northeast, by the pastor Rev. Alfred E. Barrows, last night. J. T. K. Plant, field executive, will speak at he meeting of the newly organized Boy Scout troop at th? Langdon M. E. Church..Twenty-sec ond and Evarts streets northeast, on Saturday evening. The meeting of the men's club of Ingram Memorial Congregational Church. Tenth street and Massachu setts avenue northeast, was ad dressed by Rev. George A. Miller, of Ninth Street Christian Church, last night. Rev. T. D. Wlndiate and Miss Lucy Drant addressed the mission ary meeting of the Church of the Good Shepherd. Sixth and I streets northeast, last night. Announce ment was made of the choir excur sion to Hyattsvlile. where a radio exhibit will be held this evening. CLOSE 4 STREETS FOR PAVING WORK District Commisloners today will order the closing of the following streets for thirty days so they may be graded and paved with concrete: Harrison street northwest from Connecticut avenue to L-elt road; Upshur street northwest from New Hampshire avenue to Fourth street; Montague street northwest from Six teenth street westward, and Madison street north we** from Sixteenth I street westward. OBITUARY T%mmas r. ray. Thomas F. Fay. 65 years old. died suddenly while resting In an rm-chalr Monday at his borne. 121 Tenth street northeast. He was a native of New York, but came here with bin parents ae a youth. For many years be conducted a hotel In Northfrest and until a few years ago was the proprietor of restaurant! at Tenth and I streets, and Ninth and K streets northeast. Me was last employed by the Samuel C. Palmer Bottling Company. His widow. Mary tOreenwell) Fay, and the following children remain: Mra. William M. Chesel dlne. Mrs. Samuel Hanlela and Walter. Washington v Katherlne. at home. * and Lillian. San Fran clscp. Cal. A brother. Walter J. Fay. New York.' add one grand child aleo survive. A mass of requiem will be celebrated In Holy Name Catholic Church by Rev. Thomas J. Ker vick at 9 a. m. tomorrow. Burial In Mount Olivet Cemetery will be delayed until the arrival of a daughter, Lillian Fay. who is has tening: liere from California. Bart Hrtnfcart. Followng an operation for ap pendicitis. Burt Reinhart. 45 years old. 1330 Eighth street northwest. died yesterday at George Washing ton University Hospital. He was a member of the Carpenters* Union. He is survived by his wife. Funeral services will be held to morrow sfternoon at the undertake ! In* establishment of Wlllism H. Scott, 409 Eighth street southeast. Interment will be made at the Ce dar Hill Cemetery. Robert L. Warlag. Funeral arrangements for Rob ert L. Wsrlng. who died at St. Luke's Hospital. New York City, vesterdsy. have not been complet ed. The decessed ia survived by a wife, Mrs. Fredsna Davis War ins; a brother. Dr. J. H. N. War ing. of Downlngtown. Pa.; and a sleter, Mrs. LInne W. Moore, 251 N street northiy?st. Ml** Mettle I'fuhar, 1 Services for Miss Bettle Upshur,' who died Monday at her residence. 2428 Ontsrlo road northwest, will be held from the First Bsptlst Church. Twenty-seventh and Dum barton avenue northwest. Thursday sfternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial will be at Mount Zlon Cemetery. She Is survived by two sisters and a brother. George It ed mood. Services for George Redmond, who died Sundsy. will be held from Tolbert's undertaking estsbllsh. ment. 426 Ridtre street northwest. this morning s( 9 o'clock.- Burisl will be at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mass will be held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church at 9 o'clock. He is survived by two sisters. Mrs. Henrietta Walker and Mrs. Julia Archer. Monaaa Miller. Servicea for Norman Miller will be held at the realdence of his son. Wlllism N. Miller. Ltncolnla. Fair fax County, today st 11 a. m. Mil ler died Monday at his son's home. He is survived by his qflta. and a slater, Mrs. Addle V.iT?aing. of Washington. Rachel Mates. Services for Rachel Moten will be held at the Vermont Avenue Baptiat 'Church tomorrow at 2 p. m. Miaa Moten is aurvlved by a alater and brother. Annie and Wal ter Moten. Job a ttoaie. Services for John Rome will be held at his late realdence, 315 First street aoutheaat. today at 1:30 p. m. Interment will be at Arlington National Cemetery. Hearletta I. Skrdd. Servicea for Henrietta Irene Shedd will be held at the chapel of Chamber*' undertaking estab lishment. Fourteenth and Chapln streets, today at 2 p. m. Inter ment will be private. Mraeoa J. Smith. Simeon J. Smith will be buried ! at Harmony Cemetery this morn j Ing at 11 o'clock. He Is survived by his widow. Marietta F. Price j Smith. Ksther Stela. Services for Esther Stein will be held at her late residence. 6705 Georgia avenue northwest, at 1:30 p. m. today. Mrs. Stein is sur vived by a husband. Abraham I. Stein, and sons. Morris, Sherwood, Charles, George and Joseph Stein. Klorlada J. Ttlferd. Mrs. Florlnda J. TUford died Mon. day at Blue Ridge Summit, Pa. She will be buried at Winchester. Ya., and is survived by a daugh ter, Mrs. C. B. Kerferstein, and a fon. Frank V. Tilford. Mm, J. A. Seataa. Word has been received at the national headquarters of the Dames of the Loyal Legion announcing the death, in Chicago, of Mrs. James , A. Sexton, former president of the organization. Saturday. Mrs. John A. Logan, present na tional president of the organisa tion, issued a statement eulogiz ing the work of Mrs. Sexton In her work as rne of the main workc In the Damee of the Loyal j Clon. NAIf COTIC CONVICT DROPS APPEAL I Samuel de Sante. 33 years old. of Brooklyn. N. Y., self-styled philan thropist, who cAme to Washington on November 16. 1921. with $10,000 worth of cocaine in a suitcase and walked Into the arms of the narcotic squad who were waiting for him. withdrew his appeal from a sentence of Ave years In the penitentiary and a fine of $2,000 In Criminal Court No. 1 yes terday. Upon the withdrawal. Justice Wen dell P. Stafford set this sentence aside and imposed a sentence of 4*4 years In the penitentiary instead De Sante has been in jail for six months waiting for his attorneys to perftc his appeal. BELT SUCCEEDS SERGT. GREENE A. C. Belt, motorcycle policeman, attached to the Seventh precinct, will be promoted to rank of sergeant to day to take the place left vacant as the result of the demotion of Sergt. J. Willard Greene, ft was learned yes terday from a reliable source. A vacancy In the ranks of the de tective sergeants in the Detective Bureau will be filled by the promo tion of Dennis J. Culllnane, motor cycle officer, now attached to the Tenth precinct. Culllnane was ap pointed to the force on August 1 1899, and Belt on July 11, 1908. PLAN HOUSEBOAT TRIPS TO BOOST UNWORTH CLUB Athletes of Southwest to Take Initial Cruise This Week-End. RouMbott, to bo known either a* "The Unworth, Angler" or The Lasy Lou," has boon completed by Harry Boors, a member of the Lin worth Athletic C ub. and is anchored at Thirteenth and Watof streets south west. It Is planned to use the boat for trips down the Potomas and other rlvsrs In the vicinity of Washing* ton and Jn this way. according to Mrs. Louise Rock. 1107 C strset southwest, manager of several L?ln worth teams, the spirit of the organ isation will be kept at a high pitdu. Harry Baers. Harry Lustlen. George Welli. Arthur Ellis. Morris Hollls. Edward Umrlck and William Main will be on board when the boat makes Its Intlal trip Saturday or 8tfhday. A cruise will be made to Featherstone. Va. The boat has been under con struction for some months, the fin ishing touches having been put on last week. Club members are taking a keen Interest in the craft and many trips are being planned for the coming spring and summer. A business meeting of the Domini csn Lyceum Club wl'l be held st the clubhouse. BOS Seventh street southwest, tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. A chicken supper will be held at the Westminster Memorial Church Seventh street southwest, tonight for the benefit of church activities. The Ladles' Aid Society will be in charge. Rev. H. A. Tolson is pastor this church. Extensive preparation* sre being msde by the Mothers" Club of the Tpssc Fairbrother School for the baxaar by the Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teacher Aaeoclatlons. at the Ebblt Hotel. December 1 and 2. While the Eighth division, compris ing Southwest schools. will col laborate in certain fe'-ture* at the ; : baxaar. it is expected s sepsrste ] | tsble will be hart by the Fair brother Troup. A grab bag festure also Is being planned by the com mittee of the Fairbrother Mothers' Club. The committee Is composed of the following: Mrs. Perry I*el shecr. Mrs. Ram I^eishear. Mrs. Skinner snd Mrs. F. S. Fraser. 1 The L'.nworth Midgets have I formed a basketball team, recently j defeating the t. Domlnick Junior? in ' their first game. Mrs. I?uis Roek | is In charge and Is enthusiastic over prospects. Plang ere being mane for a large orchestra In the Kendall Baptist Church. Tenth and B streets south west, according to members. It is planned to use the orchestra for various church activities. H. A. Rens. Eleventh and K streets southwest, left yesterday for North (Carolina. He Is epected to remain I about ten days. Mrs. Edgar Rich, of SIC Seventh j street southwest, has returned from ? Providence, R. I. Flays Leniency ToBig Bettors Judge Mattingly Lets Book maker Off on Probation. Scoring Police. Severely criticising the police de ! partment for its "blind spot" where 1 big bettors are concerned and its I readiness to pick up the "little fel " lows who handle only a few dol lars." Judge Robert E. Mattingly In I Police Court yesterday. Imposed a ! jail sentence aof sixty days on Philip | H. Budd. convicted bookmaker, but j placed him on probation. Budd wag arrested Saturday by j Detectives Mansfield and Messer. of the First precinct, on E street be tween Twelfth and Thirteenth streets northwest, after, it was al leged. he had accepted $2 from a po lice agent t0 place on a horse. The fact that the detectives used marked money belonging to the Po lice Department aroused Judge Mat tingly's wrath. "I disapprove, in the strongest terms." he said, "of this system of u*ing the government s money by the police to tempt citizens to vio late the law." "Today is election day." the judgo went on. "Millions of dollsrs are being bet all over the ccuntry with the knowledge of those who are charged with the duty of arresting lawbreakers. Yet the police would make an example of this young man who handled only a few paltry dol lars." dirths AND DEATHS D REPORTED IN D.C. BIRTHS. Innorfnxa and. Maries DlCsrlo. boy. Perry and Blanche Ma lone. hoy. mRasile and Calleppe Raslliko. boy. James P. and Clara D. Taylor, girl. John 8. and Be ale A. Nay lor. boy. Joseph C. and Laura E Wood. girl. William and Sophia GlasogoM. hoy. Harry R. and Ix>retta A. Hejlbeiger. boy. Patrick L. and Margaret 31. O'Dea. boy. Renard R. and Kudlth t?. White, hoy. Arthur P. and Elsie L. Phelps, girl. Henry 8. and Emily W. Rowden. boy. Marion E. and Mildred L. Pollock, boy. Herman A. -and Hasel L. Mataen. girl. Howard 8. and Kate Paine* girl. Floyd P. and Lean Waggaman. |irl, Clifton E. and Mary K. Btrrh. girl. Mataa J. an dAnna Vlnika*. boy. Thomaa P. and Elsie L. Powd. boy. Harold W. and Ellen C. Rrown. boy. Samuel A. and Elltabeth S?lt?m?*i girl. ' John L. and Marlon Jeffries, girl. Harold II. and Alma Ho?lacd. boy. Albert E. and Nellie E. Rohnier. girl. Joseph A. and T^one E. J#nni*-*?. boy. Erneat and Annie L. Payne, boy. Sylvester snd Lillian Jackson. boy. James L. and Annie Young, girl. Fred snd Lucille Wallace. girl. DEATH*. William Stapleford. 50. ea route Emer-. gency Hoapt. Thomaa J. Allegar. W. Hone for Aged. I Rlua Plain a. Karaiiel p. Doraey. 81. 1*38 8th at. ne. John K. Miller. M. Walter Reed Hospt Lilly Phllpott. 44. Georgetown University llo?|.V l^elgh Robinson. 82. 408. The Farragut. Sarah E. Deetor. 87. 427 K. J. are. ae. Rurt Rhinehart. 43, George Washington Cnlvoralty Hoapt. John Swanell. 43. 8t. Elisabeth'a Hospt. Joseph Andleflnger. 85. U. S. Soldiers' Horn? Hoap: Harry M. Ted row. SO. Walter Heed Hoapt. Colyer graham, 41. Freadmen's Hoapt. . Edward Dooglaa. 24. 781 CoIumMa rd aw. Cora Brow a. 83. St. Elisabeth's Hoapt. I SOUTHEAST PLANS DRIVE / TO BOOST NfGHT SCHOOL * i ? m v . "? "*? - * * More Than 1,006 in That Section Who Lad GrammarSchool Education. Believing ? large number of Koutheaat people an unaware of the ?ducatlonal opportunities offered th*m free, effort la bellf made to enlarge claim at night school at the Wallach School building. Sev enth street and Pennsylvania ave aae aouttiaaat. An appeal will be mad* to all cltlaen aaaoclatlona of the Soath eaat by school officials to hare the member* encourage attendance, ac cording to H. H. Burroughs, prin cipal. UurrougKs declared ha hollered there were more than l.Md person! la the Southeast who haven't pre viously had an opportunity for a grammar echoot education. . Burroughs declared there were quite a number of foreigners In tha Southeast who can speak Mttle Eng lish and many unable to read and write. The school Is open on Monday. Wednesday and Friday evenlnga from 7:M to 1:10. The courses consist of arithmetic and English, with the grade school work. There are about *0 students, when according to Bur roughs. nearly MM can be accommo dated. The Ladles' Missionary Circle of the Fifteenth Street Christian Chnrch will repeat Its entertain ment and dramatic sketch. "How }he Story Grew." Saturday night at the Ardmore Lutheran Church. Ardmore, Md. Under the leaderahlp of the paator'a wife. Mra. C. N. Jarrett. the sketch was successfully staged at the Southeast Church October 21. The orchestra, comprised of Mrs. Bryan Flather. Mra Carl Flather. A. Rahan. Mrs. Levlne and Daniel Wright. Is preparing apecia' music. The cast consists of Miss Elisabeth LaRoach. Mra. John Caae. Mlaa Ma rlon Bailey, Mra. Evelyn Wright. Miss Vlrginis Andrews. Edwsrd Jar rett, Miss Helen Blanchard and Mrs. John Mlndllng. Plans to raise funds to purchase milk and crackers for the needy children attending the Randle High lands and On- schools will M HM at the Pimi-tMakaN' Awe elation TkarHar, Xonmbtr 11 The rradufnt. Mrs ? George IWWMI. Uo mtM M appeal to all aMkm of cklldrea attending flu '?? ?ckMlt aad to tk< teacher* for at tendance at the meeting Considerate lataraat Is feeing shown by Southeast ?1ria ta the rope-Jumping contest at Ttoflcu avenue pltrgronl Tenth street aad Vlrgtala avenue southeaei. Fri day afternoon ? ) Under the direction of Mlaa Tfef'. ma C. Smith, thoae under It will form oae division, while the sseoad croup will voastit of tkoee above that ace. According to the I net rector, ap proximately seventy girls have en tered. The contest will eoaaUt af Plata, doable Scotch aad double Dutch jumping. Prises will be awardad. ? _____ To the team from Buchanaa School. E street near Eleventh street southeast, goes the pennant for the soccer championship of the Virginia Avenue Playground division Memberi are eatortalalag high hopes of walking away with the city ckamplonshlp Winning teem* from other playground divisions will organise Into a league within two weeks.. The players of the Bu chanan School are the eavne who comprised the baseball team, which last year won the jlty champlon ahlp In baseball. A musical program will feat a r# the meeting of the Paront-Tsacher Association of Bryan School. % street near Fourteenth street south east. at the school building Friday^ November 14. Former Representative Caleb Tow ers. of Kentucky, now living on Masaachusett, avenue near B street southeast. Is erecting four corru gated Iron garages In tha alley be tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth | streets and A aad B streets south - 1 east. HOW TWO WOMEN ESCAPED OPERATIONS Doctor Advised Use of LydiaE. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Happy Remits in Both Cues ? Lydia E. Pink ham's Uvsr] used Lydia E Pink ham's f Wash and the capaolas i _ . scriptfcm recommended. I am dotng all ray work and have gained twenty pounds. I am the median** (till, bat I feel fine. You Int. my permission to nae this letter for the cood of others." ? Mrs. Maby Mm, 87 Hamilton An., White PUu, N. Y. Some female trochlea may through neglect reach a stage when an oper ation U Decenary. But moat of St Joseph, Missouri.?"Both of my sides swelled and hart me so that I could not more or do any of my work. There was heavy pres sure and pains through my lower organs ana the doctor told me to try Lydia EPinkham's Vegetable Com pound for these troubles. He said I had this 'one chance, and if tha Vegetable Compound did not help me nothing bat an operation would. After taking several bottles I felt it was helping me and now I am able to do my own work. 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This book contains valuable information. the commoner ailments are not the surgical ones; they are not caosed by serioas displacements, tnmora, or growths, although tha symp toms may appear the same When disturbing ailments appear, take Lydia E Pink ham's Vegetable Compound to relieve the present distress and prevent more serious troubles. Many letters haw been received from women wHb have been restored to health by Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable! Compound after operations hsve been advised by attending physi cians. Faith Strong in E-RU-NA Mrs. Albert Hoet, 1M St, South Manchester, C viaced that it saved her Ufa, *1 had catarrh tf the stomach, bueala and Ktct. Was confined to my bal f have taken Pem-n* and Maa-a-Hn and to day thank God far a good stomach and appetite. My iaithaia straw that Fa-ra na ia a lileVsver. 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