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' TOKIO DISARMING;
Defeat of Measure to Curtail
Navy Fails to Suppress
Anti-Militarists in Diet.
By the Amori? ted Press.
TOKIO, February 10. ? Defeat of
Yukio Ozaki's resolution proposing
curtailment of naval armaments in
the house of representatives here today
does not end the campaign
against military and naval expansion,
according to newspaper comments
on the situation. The Asahi
Shimbun of Osaka declares that M.
Ozaki's suggestion was "timely,"
while the Yomi-Uri Shimbun of this
city asserts "an agreement between
the powers to limit armaments is obligatory
to save Japan from eventual
Although it was not expected that
the resolution would be adopted,
and some of his friends advised him
against insisting upon a vote, bocause
rejection would be likely to be
misinterpreted abroad, M. Ozaki requested
a division of the house. In
an address he' warned his countrymen
that curtailment of armaments
was coming upon the heels of the
league of nations, which he was convinced
was upon a solid footing.
Should Take Initiative.
"If naval expansion," he declared,
"is aimed at America, it is ridicujous J
and futile, as an examination of the j
relative strengths of Japan and the I
United States will demonstrate. Japan
should take the initiative in restricting
armaments and not follow the example
of Germany, which proved that
expansion of armaments results in
the growth of socialism and com
Etsujiro TTeha.ro, who was educated
in the United State9 and England,
supported M_ Ozaki's resolution, sayins
its adoption would go far toward
disabusing the world of the idea that
Japan was militaristic and aggressive*.
Formation of an association to support
the cause of Toshigoro Ogasawara,
the Japanese sentry who shot
and killed Naval Lieut. Langdon of
the United States cruiser Albany at
Vladivostok late in December, has
been decided upon by a group of
army reservists here.
Members of the association are descendants
of the "Eflokko." the '
original natives of ancient Tokio. who
were renowned for their chivalry. It
is urged that a petition be sent to
the court-martial which tried Ogasawara.
asking for his release and declaring
that his punishment would
destroy military discipline.
TRIBUTE TO LINCOLN.
A. J. Barrett Speaks at Organization
of New Irish Council. i
Paying tribute to Abraham Lincoln,
"the great emancipator." and recalling
words of praise uttered by him
for the "fighting Irish" in the Union
Army during the civil war, Anthony
J. Barrett of Portland. Me., was the
principal speaker at the organization
meeting of the new Abraham Lincoln
Council of the American Association for
the Recognition of the Irish Republic at
1731 I street last night.
Following addresses by Daniel E.
Doran. Robert Barrett and Rossa F.
Downing, temporary officers for the
new council were elected and included:
Francis McCann. president; Miss
Mary O'Toole, vice president; John
Tynan, recording secretary; Mrs. Roy
Morrill, financial secretary: E. J.
Quinn. treasurer, and James A. Ray,
John T. Crowley and Mrs. W. H. Clagett
trustees. The council voted to
meet every Thursday night.
Announcement was made that the
George Washington Council of the organisation
would be formed at St.
Peter's Hall. 2d and C streets southeast.
tonight. Thomas Cantwell will
$25,000 QUOTA FOR D. C.
Twenty-five thousand dollars has c
been fixed as the District's quota in i
the 13.000,000 centennial endowment 3
fund to be raised by the University of i
Virginia, according to announcement 1
by,Milton C. Elliott, local regional ?
cnttirmau. iuc catu^Kiigii upcns i
March 7. __
Greenland. 827.300 square miles in <
area, is the largest inland in the <
A SPECIAL meeting ok bethLehem
Chapter, No. 7. Order of the Eastern Star, will
he held in the Northeast Manon'r Temole at.
7:30 p.m. Saturday, the 12th instant. for the
Snrpose of initiation. STELLA BOWERSOX,
TOTR 0Ll> WOOI> FLOORS PLANED. SCRAPed
and reflntshed: small closet done free to
demonstrate my work. C. ADAMS. 607 r, st.
n.w. Franklin 251*. Id*
PiC?5BTY PROTECTION 18 GOOD BUSTNESs
Waterproof paint for old roofs and aide walla.
1336 Fairmont at. n.w.
"Would you rather have your own head or
aome other one?" Pastor E. Ilea Swern. Sunday
night. I-cmre chair* (men like them): fine
muaie. Centennial Bapt. Ch., 7th and Eye n.e.
907 F STREET.
DR. H. E. WOOD. DENTIST,
la now located at
1419 O at. n w. Phone ML 5796.
TOUR OLD WOOD FLOORS PLANED. 8CRAPed
and refiniahed; ?mali closet done free to
demonstrat** my work. C. ADAMS, 607 G at.
B.W. Franklin 251H. 11*
Roofs painted and repaired.
Address Box S2-K. Star ofijoe. 11*
GAS RANG EH REP AIKKD AND REBUILT.
CLYDE L. BOWERS. Rear 616 II at. n.w.
U.in TOQ4 91
WANTED?TO CARRY A VAN I/) AD OF
furniture from Washington to New York.
SMITHS TRANSFER AND STOIIAOE. 1.313 V.
DURING FEBRUARY WB ARB MAKING A
special price on old house wiring. We guarantee
to leave your home in as neat a condition
a when we enter; no repairing necessary. Bet
THE H. I. SCHARR ELECTRIC CO..
Expert* in Electrical Work.
789 11th n.w. Main 12S?.
1IANOS KO;> RENT?UPRIGHT A.NIJ CKAMj
pianos for rent at reasonable prices; rent applied
on purchase price by agreement. HUGO
WOHCH. 1110 G. Vi- troias and records.
save"For the u?ng VacaTIon when
poo will not be able to work. The Home Building
Association will help you. Ask about it.
Treasurer's office. 200B I'enna. ave. n.w.. Wo.
T. Galliher, prea.; George W. Linkioa and
J. Paul Smith, vice presidents James Morris
Woodward. Sec. K. E. Claughton. treat. Or
claflin FOR eyeglasses. *
To All Auto Owners
Tbis ia to remind you thia Is the season
to have your ear put in first-class shape for
spring and summer use We are prepared to J
perform any service from greasing to a complete
overhaul at the least possible expense.
No job too small or to large. All work guaranteed
to give absolute satisfaction or no
Wo are waiting for yoor next job.
MOORE'S SERVICE STATION.
611 Md. ave. aw. 11*
THE HOME OHNBK8' PKOTEtTIYE Association
vu formed for the purpose of helping
} owner* to get possession of their houses from
tasants who refuse to vacate. Legal ad nee
furnished free at the association's offices. No.
;??1-22* Maryland bldg Open eveninga. felfl*
Tin Roofs?Slag Roofs
Call Main 760.
Grafton & Sonjnc* 'it.
"Heating and Roofing experts 15 Years."
"Give Us Your Implicit
?the next time you twy Paint or Yanilsh.
7s*ave It to us and we will sell you what we
know" is the l*??t for your purposes. For we
know that even the liest paint* or varnishes
wear out In time, and sooner or later you'll
need more; It's then that we want you to dig
? pleasant recollections of >ja out of your memory.
Becker Paint and Glass Co*
1239 Wutcuasin ?Te. Wwt 67,
Abe Martin Says:
Mrs. Tilford Moots is confined
t' her home by an unsprightly
Hen Pash, who wuz arrested
fer tryin't' steal a car Tuesday,
wuz tried this mornin' an' '11 be
given another chance.
Copyright National Newspaper Service.
MEED TO STANDARDIZE
METHODS IN CARE OF SICK
Address by Alexander White of
National Organization for Public
Outlining the purposes of the National
Organization for Public Health
Nursing, Alexander White of New
York, financial secretary of that body,
addressed a meeting of interested
Washingtonians at the home of Mrs.
Frederick H. Brooke, 1737 K street,yesterday
Mr. White stressed the necessity of
a standardization of method, based on
cumulative experience, to cope with
the need and care of the sick, and for
the prevention of epidemics and disease
throughout the country, and gave
many illustrations to show the beneficial
results accomplished by the organization
"The study of and assistance in establishing
standards for all types of
nursing service, methods of organization,
of administration, of financial
support and forms of records and reports
is absolutely essential for suc:ess
in modern nursing." he said.
He detailed the history and development
of public health nursing, what
the national organization has done,
emphasized the educational requirements
necessary to successful nursncr
PT nla in oH ronrn i i t\ or ?-*-? V? A o
Islative aims of the association and
closed his talk by appealing to those
present to interest themselves in securing
the quota that has been assigned
to this city by the national organisation.
Miss Elizabeth Fox of the National
Red Cross stated that the National Organization
for Public Health Nursing
worked hand in hand with a large
number of other organizations, especially
the Red Cross, which adheres
to the methods of work, the standards
of nursing and the educational and
training requirements established by
the national organization.
"This is one of many forms of cooperation
whereby the service of the
National Organization for Pulwic
Bealth Nursing is made use of and
carried to every part of the country."
>aid Miss Fox.
Mrs. lirooke was chosen director for
he District of Columbia. Any infornation
desired may be secured by
rommunicating with her.
PENNSY'S PENSION LIST.
A total of 5,850 employes were on
he pension list of the Pennsylvania
ailroad on January 1, 1921, the road
las announced. During the twenty>np
VMN sinro tho
...w ^wiGMOIIl |/UVII
vas " established on the road |22,147,633
has been paid to employes
n pension allowances. In that time
.3,001 employes were relieved from
ictive duty. Of this number 7,151
The "trade winds" have nothing to
Jo with trade. They ought to be call?d
"tread" winds, because they follow
i recognized tread or track.
The Shade Shop
Bruches. 830 13th St. ^
We Lead in Window Shades of
Quality at Factory Prices.
The National Capital Press.
Who Does the Best Printing?
Who Does the Most Printing?
1210-1212 D St. N.W.
aral estate men and ownkbs, take i
notice?Why put on new roof when old one Is j
leaking'; Let us put it on with Liquid Asbestos
Roofing Oinent. We guarantee same for firs
pears. Slag roofs, ten years. Phone Line. 4219.
Clark A Parkhurst, Distributors. 1314 Pa. art.
How's Your Watch?
?If it is not keeping good time bring it
to us and we will find the cause.
E. G. HINES, 921 F st. n.w.
A Good Roof
?will last twii-e a? long if kept free from (
rust with an occasional coat of Ironclad I
Roof Paint. Used Jure 48 years withoot I
one complaint. Try it! i
IRONCLAD Roofln? '?? r ? ? ?
' 'imiuny. Pbop? M. 14. j
I wnx NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
d.bt? (-ontr?oti>rt than by mywlf K. A.
HA K Kit. 1700 Cond H?p? rd. a.e.
The i>ark cemetery: perpetual care of graves.
For re^rvation apply J AH. P. OOON. 1400 7th
bt. n.w. Phone North 2112.
Having- Trouble With the
?Roof on your home? I^?t o* put oar expert#
on the Job. Prompt, efficient work?old-time
R. K. FERGUSON, inc.
1114 fitb 8t. Phone North 231-282.
Have It Done Right
Casey Reps ire
Roofs and Plumbing.
A CTJV 3207 14th ST- NWV^TaO-Ci
X Phones Col. 155 and 1381.
Why Is the Present
Lumber I ~a time to IwiM? Lower
T . I Lumber Prices furnish your
1 nceS I answer. Let us conrince you
r\r\l*7AT I that Prices Are Down?at
lJUWlN | Barker's.
xfu Udrticr \JOt WC?
849 X01 X. Y. ?Tf.?1.117 7lh lit. T.I. M. 13i?.
Printing' That Influences
?is the kind of pristine
executed by this shop.
High-grade bat not high-priced.
THE SERVICE SHOP
BYRON S. ADAMS, SHaK
MADE WITH ABSOLUTELY PURE LINSEED
OIL. ?11U P?r ??Uon. VM N. Y. ?r?. n.w.
Pbuar M? In 4077. Hurt'
$15 Down, $15 a Month
Own your own metal fireproof garage. $310
op. Concrete floor. Immediate construction.
Only 13 monthly payments. IRONCLAD OArjh.k
00.? 921 15th mi. u.w. Main 5072* !$
BOY-ED WEDS A1
WAR TORE I
Miss Mackay-Smith and Fori
mer German Naval Attache
Marry in Hamburg.
Was Suspected of Visiting
! Fiance in Disguise During
Capt. Karl Boy-Kd, former German
naval attache here, who was recalled
i by his government at the request of
'vciucik *v uson, ana aijss Virginia
Mackay-Smith, prominently known in
Washington and Philadelphia, were
married yesterday in Hamburg, Germany.
The wedding marked the culmination
of a romance which has interested
Capt. Boy-Ed and his bride, who Is
the daughter of the late Bishop Alexander
MackayiSmith of the Protestant
Episcopal diocese of Pennsylvania,
have been reported engaged a
number of times, but each time it was
denied. The first report was circulated
shortly after the former naval
attache and Capt. von Papon were recalled
by the German government in
December, 191S. The two officers were
charged with having been connected
with munitions plots and the sending
of munitions to Germany.
Capt. Boy-Ed was reported to have
returned to this country in disguise
in March, 1917, and to have visited
Miss Mackay-Smith- at her home in
Philadelphia. This, however, was denied
by the young woman and her
mother characterized the reoort us
"ridiculous." Agents of the Department
of Justice maintained a constant
watch at the Mackay-Smith
home, but nothing developed to substantiate
the report Boy-Ed was
there or even in this country.
Mrs. Boy-Ed, with her mother, left
their Washington home last month
for Germany, but nothing was said of
the approaching wedding at the time.
The bride and her younger sister
Gladys, now Mrs. William Bell Watkins
of Philadelphia, both made their
debut in Washington prior to their
father's appointment as bishop, and
after his death returned to Washington.
where Mrs. Mackay-Smith still
maintains a residence at 1325 lfith
street. An elder sister, the former
Miss Helen Mackay-Smith, is Mrs.
Lester C. Marlett of this city. The
late Bishop Mackay-Smith at one time
was rector of St. John's Church here.
DENIES PROMISE TO TALK.
Senator Borah Will Not Speak on
Withdrawing Colored Troops.
Senator Borah of Idaho, when his
attention was called to the report
that Bdmund Von Mach, a newspaper
writer and author of several
pro-German documents published before
this country entered the war,
had told K. W. Galbralth, national
commander of the American Gegton.
that Senator Borah would address a
meeting in the Interest of securing
the withdrawal of all African contingents
in the French forces on German
occupied territory, denied today
that he had made any such agreement.
"I told Von Mach." said Senator Bora.
"that I would have no time to
make any speeches between now and
Senator Borah said that he knew
nothing of any proposition for the
Senate foreign relations committee to
hold hearings on the matter of withdrawing
the French troops.
BREAK SCHOOL GROUND.
Officials Speak at Ceremonies for
n in. k j J14.1
DUri VlliK will i r Hill
Ground was br?ken for the new
eight-room addition to the Burrville
School, Division avenue and A street
northeast, at exercises Wednesday afternoon.
Among the speakers were
Dr. Frank W. Bailou, superintendent
of schools; Koscoe C. Bruce, assistant
superintendent in charge of colored
schools; Maj. Carey Brown, assistant
.engineer commissioner, and
Miss Hattle Shadd.
Dr. Bailou emphasized the need of
additional schools to provide accommodations
for children in overcrowded
classrooms a>id for the ever-increasing
enrollment in the school
system. Assistant Supt. Bruce pointed
out that there was no assembly
hall in any school east of the Fasten)
I FOR RENT
(5th and L Sts. N.W.)
By the day or week?
For information apply to
C. O. Bohrer, Supt.
Phone Main 1992
W. J. Dante, 939 D St N.W.
Phone Main 2850
1 FORRENT 1
Desirable business or jjS
En residence property, suit- S5
F= able, for apartments, of|Ej=|
flees or cafeteria; Imme
c= diate vicinity of State, =
s= War and Navy Building. =
E5 Modern in every particu=
lar, containing 15 bed- :==
= rooms, 4 baths and with 4 =
= large rooms on main gs
floor. l>ong lease. =
g John W. Thompson & Co. g
= Incorporated =
|? Main 1477. 821 15th St. N.W. =
I We Offer and Recommend
And Emphasize the Essential
Soundness of These Invest MAtife
mm WaII a* aL? Ai
IUWIIM earn HVU ?t U1C ftltractive
$1,000 $500 $100
Write, Phone or Call for Llat of
THE F. H. SMITH CO.
81S 15th St Phone M 6464
I rorty-Efht Tan Without Lou to
ilM FROM IN 1917
Married at Hamburg.
CAPT. AND MRS. KARL BOV-BD.
Mr*. Bor-Kd won Miu Virginia
Mackny-Smlth of thla city and Philadelphia.
(From the New York American.)
SETTLE FIGHT OVER WILL.
Agreement Beached in HenleySmith
Estate, But Terms Withheld.
The contest over th<^ estate of Mrs.
Mary Rebecca Henley-Smith, valued
at >300,000. has been settled by a
consent verdict by a jury before Justice
Bailey, sustaining the last will
of Mrs. Henley-Smith. Mrs. Henry H.
Flather, a cousin of the deceased, who
under the will was entitled only to
the income from two-fifths of the estate
for life, filed a caveat. A compromise
with Mrs. Florence W. Sampson,
the other life beneficiary, was
reached and under this agreement.
Mrs Flather, through Attorney
Frank J. Hogan. consented to the
probate of the will.
Attorneys George P. Hoover and
John R. Shields, representing Mrs.
Sampson, declined to make public the
terms of the compromise, but admitted
'hat an agreement had been reach <'
whereby the corpus of the estate will
be available at once for the two life
Fourteenth St. ai
Store Hours: 8.i
Regardless of former j
tells the story. The sui
ter lined, suitable for s]
a Host *1 or
of Patterns... vl.OJ
. 3 for $4.00
1 Spring Hats
KRAMER SAYS SCHOOLS
NEED VOICE OF PUBLIC
Assistant Superintendent, at City
Club, Opposes Limiting Control
A calamity would result if the
board of education were abolished and
the direction of the public schools put
under the exclusive control of technical
educators, said Stephen E. Kramer,
assistant superintendent of public
schools, speaking last nipht before
the education group of the City dub.
"The public schools belong to the?
people," Faid Mr. Kramer, "and I be
jlieve the public should have a very
decided voice In determining: the kind |
of education that shall he furnished, j
iT. believe in educating* the children
ith? way the public wants them edu|cjtt"d.
I 'The board of education furnishes
a contact between the general public
and the trained technical educators
at the head of the school system. In
my thirty-one years with the public
schools of the District I have found
that the most valuable members of
the board of education usually were
men who could not qualify as educational
experts. The most valuable
members, as a rule, are the men with
business experience, good, hard common
sense, broad vision and a knowledge
of what the community wants."
i*ia. rvrajner said trial tne puoiio:
should take a greater interest, in |
school matters and should become
more insistent in Its demands.
E. Ij. Stock, chairman of the group, j
who presided, appointed a committee |
on higher education, composed of j
Jianiel 3?'olkmar. chairman; Dr. C. X. j
Chipman and Paul E. Lesh.
COMMITTEE HEADS NAMED.
Mrf. Mildred Barnes was selected i
chairman of tin- committee on ways !
anil means of the George Bell Parent- j
Teacher Association at a meeting yesterday
afternoon. Mrs. Garner was
namerl chairman of a committee to
Improve social surroundings, and He.v.
Jones was appointed to head a committee
on school activities. C. W. Tignor
I tlinf rtiiWron nf nnir arw* I I
) | ?? va |
thrive well on
It is nourishment abundant
in strength-giving j
and growth-promot- j
ing substances. AIII
| Scott & Bowne, BloomfUld, N. J.
j ALSO MAKERS OF
(Tablets or Granules)
for mDBGESTION I
!l Tko 1
| ORIGINAL |
Famous* for Their Parity and
Kv(ell?*iu*e for More Than Half
_ a mw wwv
ilifth & (i N.W.I
t New York Ave.
30 A.M. to 6 P.M.
)rices. The price ticket
ts are one-half and quar
irinp* wear. i
Every Hat in
t and Shirts"
1 1 I'l
ASKS FIRM BE DISSOLVED.
One Partner Files Suit in District
Supreme Court. ?
Murray K. Kensi Coff has filed suit
in the District Supreme Court for the
dissolution of a partnership with
Mayo C. Mitchell.
The plaintiff savs he answered an
advertisement tinder business opportunities
for a partner in a publishing
business, and on alleged misrepresent
atlon. he says, he paid the defendant*
$2,000 for a half Interest in the business.
The terms of the contract were not
carried out, he tells the court, and
asks for the return of the $2,000. Attorneys
Jeffords A. Dutton represent
MDC 1*1 r mono emee
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Entertains War Department Em- :
ployes With Solo Selections.
At the "sing" of the finance department.
of which tlen. H. M. Uord Is
chief, in the munitions building, Wednesday
afternoon. Mrs. Warner C
(libhs sang several selections, which
were greatly appreciated by the many j
War Department employes present.
Mrs. Oibhs during the war was attached
to the consular service of this
country In France, and while in I'arls
was soprano soloist at the American
Church the.re. ]
I""" "" Forty Yean
m i- tm*
i ine JMim
Does Credit to the Me
Far sigh ted Enough to
Entire Stock of
Overcoats (at C
AIterations Free S
The Grostier Guarai
iO IOI3 PENN.
?house of Kuppen)
"Our Client* Send Their
Friends to Us?Why?"
THE advice as well as
service we give our
I clients is gaining j
i more business for us daily.
| People like the personal
I service and the interest
I their needs get here. It is
just that "personal service." 1
hacked by -a lull knowledge
??f the situation, that makes j
for the success of the trades
Consult Us Freely
Graeme T. Smailwood i
727-729 14th St. Main S070
r of Quality '
Within a Week That
rchants of Washington
Follow This Policy.
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)ne Price) $35
mall Deposits Accepted
ntee Stands Behind
\eimer good clothes
| PETWORTH 1
H BALANCE MONTHLY jj
Eight rooms, tiled bath, j
hot-water heat, electric
3 light, large yard, large 9
m 4106 Third St N.W. ffj
I D. J. Dunigan |
= Salesman's Phone Col. 5378
1321 New York Ave. 9
:l=5 Main 1267 and 1268 H?
| ? $7,750
! 11 to 21
! Just East North Capitol
Lots 20x40 Feet
Room for Two Garages
$2,000 Less Than Other RniMm
i Are Asking for Practically
the Same House
H. R. Howenstein Co.
1314 F St N.W., or
7th and H N.E.
1| For Rent ^
= Garage or Service Station 3
155 ??r 17th and Pa. Ave. gel j
] Showroom. 50-foot front, with *
' sag flre-proof garage. 145 feet deep in 53 *
j ass rear, equipped with gas tank, wash- sag
' as stand, shop and stockroom: can sag
i rag store about 40 cars. X perfect sass:
j ?j? pla?-e for taxi station. =
; = John W. Thompson & Co. p
j = I a co rpa rated sag
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=? 821 15th" St N.W. H?
HE old - fash- 1
I ioned method flj
ff of sitting in V
* one's office *
and waiting V
for business is far from I
our method of "Maxi- I .
mum Service." |||
WE MAKE business by
planning pro positions
for our clients that result
in deals we know
will be successful.
1405.Eye Street .fO< .
4 Bedrooms and Bath
One Block to 14th St Cart
5509 13th St N.W.
I "" ' '
" Take any 14th St. car to
Open on</ Lighted
Until 9 (TClock
D. J. DUNIGAN
1321 New York Ave.
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