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no* w I : Cleveland 8 : CANTON, AKRON, Ohio Saturday, March 15 •KCIAL TRAIN fc: :ia f# I jj- •ttaralat Ini,;, Mtreh IS '‘wwrsssa> I Crack Lantk Service by pHMrhult Railrrad Attendant! 'if. ALL STEEL EQUIPMENT Pennsylvania Railroad j MtCtnlil'Vtlltal Giantri Pitted Celleae Brea Examined DR. CLAUDE S. SEMONES Eyesight Specialist & Phene NalleaaJ an] fijl r ™™l y»aCCUMULATE SZI SIOO in this ***’ bank at 3% then take out a Time Certificate paying . 4%. A Time Cer tificate matures in 6 months, but if neces sity forces you to draw upon it be tween the interest payment dates, you will receive 3% in- IL *”*“• A " s “YOUR BANK” j 1726 Pa. Ave. N.W. Phone District 2709 Under U. S. Government Supervision r For two fener- I •Mens Grove’s \ V* hJB&Z Laxative \ \\ RSrSwp BROItO QUI- \ "VINE baa been \ ■sed for colds and \ gth# largest sell* cold remedy in the world. Merit is Mason. At all druggitts SO** Grove's Laxative BROMO QUININE iy : Tablets ■ -■ V I let SORE THROAT get the best of yon... FIVE minutes After you rub on Musterole your throat should begin to feel less sore! Continue the treatment ones every hour for five hours and you’ll be astonished at the relief. Working like the trained hands of a Raisseur. :hm famous blend of oil of jQwnard, camphor, menthol and other mgaedients brings relief naturally. 1c penetrates and stimulates blood circula tion and helps to draw out infection and pain. Used by millions for 20 year*. Recommended by doctor* and nurses. Keep Mueterole handy—jars and tube*. To Mothers—Musterole U also made in milder form foe babies emd small children. Ask for Chil dren’s Musterole. j • ’ .\*fs£** » l **‘ /4h£ E F. ALBEE DIES; PIONEER SHOWMAN Heart Attack Is Fatal to Vet eran Theatrical Leader at Age of 72. Sr the Associated Press. PALM BEACH, Fla., March 12. Edward F. Albee, pioneer showman, who with the late B. F. Keith created and operated a transcontinental chain of vaudeville theaters, died here last night of a heart attack. He was 72 years old. The theatrical man died unexpectedly in his hotel room. He had been suf fering intermittently from a heart dis order for some time, but apparently was feeling well shortly before his death. Plana were made today to take the body to New York tomorrow. Arrange ments for funeral services will be made there. • „ _ Beginning as a young man with P. T. Barnum, the circus magnate, Mr. Albee became an important power in the amusement world, building scores of elaborate show houses and employing such stars as Fred Stone, Al Jolson and Oeorce M. Cohan. His association with Mr. Keith in ISBS in the presentation of a modest variety show in Boston, led to the founding of the cross-country circuit of theaters, which was merged last Novem ber in the Radio-Kelth-Orpheum con solidation. Mr. Albee retired from active control of his enterprises at the time of the merger after spending more than 50 years in the amusement busi ness. Mrs. Albee, the former Laura E. Smith of Boston, and a son, Reed A. Albee. who were here at the time of Mr. Albee's death, and a daughter, Mrs. Ethel A. Lauder, survive the theatrical magnate. GLEE CLUB TO SING IN Y.W.C. A. CONCERT Lucy Clark Street to Direct Eliia beth Somers Organization Tuesday Night. Directed for the first time by Miss Lucy Clark Street, the Elisabeth Somers Glee Club will appear In its third an nual public concert Tuesday night at 8 o'clock in Barker Hall of the Young Women's Christian Association. A special attraction will be a trio including. Miss Evelyn Scott, violin; Miss Alice Allen Merrell, cello, and Miss Catherine Benson, piano. Folk music will have a prominent place in the program, including numbers arranged for choral groups by Deems Taylor, H. T. Burleigh, Cecil Forsyth and Thomas F. Dunhill. The members of the club, all of whom are resident! of the “Y,’’ ara: Dorothy Alderman, Helen Andrus, Alice Burden, Alice Brown, Dorothy Barnsley, Ber nadine Bowers, Eleabor Buckingham, Barbara Campbell, Nellie Cannon, Ellen Daffln, Katherine Erwin, Margaret Fisher, Elizabeth Hammann, Florence Hillengas, Ruth Harris, Edna Herr, Katherine Hines, Alberta Killinger, Dorothy Kohl, Natalie Koban, Corinne Lincourt, Gene Le Due, Julia Maxwell, Pauline Myers, Esther Mansker, Marion Phelps, Ruth Rlepe, Mildred Beldel, Louise Thorne, Irene Ulancytyky, Constance Walker, Estella Wolfe. Ruby Weik, Lucille Wheaten and Inez Zelgler. I COMMISSIONS ARE ISSUED. Charles P. Clark la Made Lieuten ant Colonel and Specialist. Commissions in the Reserve Corps es the Army have been issued by the War Department to Charles P. Clark, 2123 California street, as a lieutenant colonel and specialist; to Edward R. Witman, i 486 Kennedy street, as a captain and specialist, and to Clare B. Shllllnger, 7220 Blair road, aa a second lieutenant of Cavalry. watch Amo clock RtPAIRINO CioduCMed Fer-DMeXTri-CMwenfeec >u, UNTIL (g^AVWIL Piowtuiß You Will save money if you go by bus and go soon. Rates have been slashed—radically reduced. Here is a travel opportunity. See low fares listed below. For other rates and information ask your local ag»"t PITTSBURGH $7.00 DETROIT 12.00 CHICAGO 15.00 CINCINNATI 13.75 ST. LOUIS 15.00 RICHMOND, VA. 3.50 BALTIMORE 1.00 PHILADELPHIA 3.50 NEW YORK 5.50 WINSTON-SALEM 8.50 CHARLOTTE 10.70 JACKSONVILLE 20.00 LOS ANGELES 51.50 SAN FRANCISCO 56.00 MIAMI 28.00 UNION BUS DEPOT 1828 New York Ave. N.W. Phene Metropolitan 1512-3-4 Serving RaßßTtesaOtte^ DEPENDABLE Oggpu 4 : THE EVEN IN (J STAK, W ASHINUTUN, D. (J,, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1930. Convict Pardoned Because King Rode In Locomotive Cab Belgian Monarch Takes Throttle From Son and Then Pleads for Father. B r ths Associated Press. VERONA, Italy, March 12—Carlo Sasoelll, 78, after serving 34 years In prison for murder, has King Albert of the Balkans to thank as well as his own King Victor Emmanuel of Italy for the royal pardon that set him free. One of SasaelU's sons Is an expert locomotive engineer on the state rail ways. When the royal train bearing the then Princess Marie-Jose of Bel gium. her parents and brothers came through Milan in January, the engines were changed and the younger Sasselli was engineer for the royal party. Albert of the Belgians, something of a mechanic himself, climbed into the cab. took the throttle for a time, and then talked to Sasselli. "You're a good engineer,” said the Belgian monarch. "If there is anything I could do for you, I should be glad to.” Then the engineer told how his father had tried to have his trial reviewed, and how, after all those years of con finement, he wanted to see his aged wife and family before he died. "I think,” said Albert, "that I might say a word to my 'cousin' of Italy.” True to hlz word, he did, and the elder Sasselli Is finally at liberty. FLYING LECTURE GIVEN. Dr. Hugh Dryden Addresses Stand ards Club on Aerodynamics. The second of a series of five lectures on aerodynamics was given by Dr. Hugh L. Dryden, chief of the aerody namics section of the Bureau of Stardards, before the Standards Flying Club last night in the Bureau of Stardards East Building. Dr. Dryden discussed the use of model tests and of the conventional curves of airfoil characteristics. Next Tuesday evening Lieut. Ralph S. Barnaby, the only Navy glider pilot and this country’s first qualified soarer pilot, will discuss gliding and soaring. A group of employes of the Bureau of Standards now is constructing a pri mary training glider for flights this Spring. The three remaining lectures in Dr. Dryden's course will be given March 25 and April 1 and 8 and will deal with problems of airplane design and control. 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STR BET S'ODA Itching Quickly Relieved Seemingly unbelievable, according ing skin disorders, but it’a to many is the quickness with which daily toilet use tends to keep Resinol relieves the itching of the skin clear and smooth, rashes, eczema or almost any itch- FREE ing condition of the skin This oint- Mcllf . Ben( h for ment originated by a physician 85 m wanks trial. Write Raeiaoi, years ago has become a standby in Dept. BS, Baltimore, Md. thousands of homes, where it is also # _ used for burns, sores, chafing, etc. IS m 1 SAMUEL M. FELTON. RAIL LEADER, OIES War-Time Director General of U. S. Lines Is Paralysis Victim. By the Associated Press. CHICAGO, March 12 —Samuel Morse Felton, chairman of the board of the Chicago Great Western Railroad and director general of military railways during the World War years, died last night, at the age of 77. Beginning his career when 15 years old as a rodman, Felton, after his graduation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was actively Identified with American railroading and continued so until last November, when he was stricken with paralysis. For his war work Congress awarded him the Distinguished Service Medal, while the French government bestowed upon him the Cross of the I>glon of Honor. Felton’s father, Samuel Morse Felton, as president of the Philadelphia. Wil mington 6c Baltimore road, arranged the secret passage of President Lincoln from Harrisburg. Pa., to Washington after a plot had been laid to wreck the train and assassinate the President. Mrs. Felton died in 1823. Four chil dren survive and burial will be in Philadelphia. Waynesboro Fireman Injured. WAYNESBORO, Va.. March 12 (Spe cial).—Fire partly destroyed the home of Earle Sayre, on the outskirts of this city, yesterday. Fireman Elmer Kern, in an attempt to save some of the belong ings, was injured by a falling beam. The loss is estimated at about $5,000. LEAfi PERRINS* SAUCE petizing flavor to ° I fish of evory kind. Particularly fine on i MAJ. GEN. HARRY BISHOP LEAVES HAWAII POST Distinguished Artilleryman to Suo cead MaJ. Gan. Austin, Retired, in High Washington Duty. Mej. Oen. Harry G. Bishop, who suc ceeds Maj. Gen. Fred T. Austin, re tired, as chief of Field Artillery at the War Department, has been relieved from command of the Bth Field Artil lery Brigade, at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, and ordered to this city to as sume his new duties. He wUI leave Honolulu about the Ist of April. Gen. Bishop is from Michigan and was graduated from the Military Acad emy In June, 1887, the Army War Col lege and the Army Staff College. Moat of his service was in the Artillery Corps. He took an active part in the Philip pine insurrection following the Spanish War of 1888 and In the World War and was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal for exceptionally meritorlus serv ices while in command of the 3d Field Artillery Brigade during the battles of the Meuse-Argonne and in the subse quent advance to Sedan. Since his re turn from France he has been stationed at the Army War College, the War De partment, Atlanta. Ga.; at Manila. P. I.; Fort Sam Houston, Tex.; Fort Sill, Okla,; Fort Hoyle, Md., and in Hawaii. J Radio Department This department is managed by one of the best known radio experts in Washington. All installations of sets are made under his personal supervision, which guarantees perfect service to our customers. Let Us Demonstrate the 1 RCA RADIOLA I We guarantee our prices to be as low as can be found in the city. Special terms. \De Moll Furniture Co. I 12th & G Sts. 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