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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. I-'KIDAY. MAY 15. 19U.
12 GETS BUTTON HONOR ( ALL0WAY!S PLACE THEj&fflv and don't forget T lICUIDE RD CROSS ACQUIRES - r ' if, , .. I - SPECULATION C sistant to Secretary of Agri culture to Become Dean of College at Ithaca. ' rt J the Department of Agn- ' e arc awaitins with interest the -ttou bv Secretary Houston of essor to Dr Beverly T. Galloway ssistan' Secretary. Dr. Galloway s x t cffi'-iaily tendered his rcsigna- - bt l.e lus announced his accept- e of the deanshii) of Cornell College Agrlc JltJ:e at Ithaca. X. V.. effective ?jst and i -peeted to resign t 'iar.es r Marvin, chief o the father Bureau, acts as Secretary in r abt-en. e of Secretary Houston ana ..... c...ibn roilfm-.iv hut his jr- is ;t..tn.y :i year, whiie that ol Ass siant Secietary is but J5.0ju. npi.r- prmtion bill now pending in Senate h'juever. provides for a cut i r Marvin's salary to ia.OOn to place r on a footing vvl.Ii tne ciner uui.-u "ft Before assuming the assistant serc -vshlp. Dr Gallovvaj os chid o the jreau oi Plane Industry. His su. v.03 r In that post was William "V- lai ". who is in line for the Gullpvva, suc tion Dr A. D Melvin. chief cf the urea., o Animal Industrv . Dr. Carl Msbers. thief of the Chemistrv Uu--u. Dr Hilton Whitnev. 'hlef el the 1ureu ot Soils, are others mentioned, r. 1 ( Howard, chief of tho Bi'reau of rnton-nlogv. Lodcan Waller Page, trector of the office of public roads. nS Chief Forester Henry S. Graves e eligible, but they are specialists. nd are not expected to be changed. rli pending appropriation bill pro les for increases In the salaries of Howard and Mr Page from ?4.000 ffi.CXW to bring all tbe heads of bu us on the Department up to $5.lJ. 1 provision is made, however, for icinr H. W. Henshaw, chief of the cogical survey, from his present k ado of J3.30O. other chiefs of bureaus in the do ortment are A. Snppone. of accounts: oepb A Arnold, of publications; on 51 Estabrook. of statistics, and C True, of experiment btations, but 1 cl-ange Is expected in these bureaus filling Dr. Galloway's place. Sec tarv Houston refuses to discuss his ar,s irntlt Dr. Galloway's resignation i reached him and been acted upon. paid Heads Chapter of Banking Institute Washington Chapter. American Insti tc of Banking, has named W. W. -iid. of Hlbbs & Co.. president, to suc ed T B Devercaux. who retires, and o rece ved a hearty indorsement for ec'ion to the executive council of the ational Chapter, at last night's inect- T h retiring piesident will be one of e foi rteen delegates to the annual nver on in Dallas. Tex., next full. e o'her officers of the Washington iapter are F V. Grason. vice presl- "nt. t A Pettv. secretary: T. J Moore. sltat se'-retar.v ; G. Elmer Flather. usurp and J c. "Williams, chief r, r?e' FolI'.Hing are thope elected to h o d of governors. F B. Dev- w, w n rtogcrs. C H. Doing, jr.. T Tseaumet. H. W. Ireland. A. R. t alera D Boyer. and P. M. Garnett. Werther Forecast Fair weather to r'j;l:t and Saturday. Wind Northwest Condition- of the Potomac Clear. High tide 12:13 a. m. and 12.37 il- r,. j Lov nde 6:42 a. m. and n::8 p. n. I The '! ti!i" .ire (ouilrtc up the liver and the uati-i is just nglit to get them. Unci l JtcMiclds. who owns the boat house at th foot of Thirty-fourth htreet. 111 company with Wil'iain White, taught two rock jcatcnla.v. 0110 of vvh'ch 'Measured 19lj inches and the other 1T'2 mch'is Several smaller one"? v ic taken, besides a number or K.-iuh wl .1 couple of big Mississippi caillsh. They were caught just off the Georgetown seawall Some were taken with blood worms and others with live bait. AN OFFICE BUILDING Davidge Mansion. Near War Department, to House All Its Activities. WILLIAM F. McCOMBS, Of Arkansas, campaign manager for President Wilson, is to be honored by Arkansas, who will wear his likeness on badges at the State con cntion at Pine Bluffs, Ark., next month. Women Place Wreath In Washington's Tomb Representatives from twenty-one States and tho District of Columbia are gathered todav at 51 1 Vernon for the annual council of the women of the 5It. Vernon Association, which has charge of the Washington estate. Present are 5Ilss Comecys. of Dela ware, regent of the association, and rep resentatives from 51alne. Vermont, Rhole Island. ?ew- York. Pennsylvania. Maryland, the District of Columbia. Virginia. X'orth Carolina. South Caro lina. Georgia. Alabama, L-ouisiana, Texas. 5lissouri. Kentucky. Towa. Ohio. Michigan. Xebraska. and Washington. The placing of a wreath, made of flowers from the 5It. Vernon garden, within the tomb of Washington marked the opening of the sessions yesterday. Hear Discussion on Electric Vehicle's Use 51embers of the Washington section of tbe Electric Vehic'.e Association of America are looking forward with in terest to the meeting. June II. The Washington section met last night to discuss plans for the forthcoming assembly. After electing Joseph 51c Reynolds. Robert F. Ferguson, L. D. Carroll. Harry Carroll, and Walter Woodward members, those present heard an interesting paper by H B. Hart, jr., on electric vehicles in pri vate garages. The true sportsmanlike character of the American fisherman is shown by the Increasing use of the dummy double hooks on artificial minnows, largely used for bass fishing- On a minnow so equipped there are but two points. In stead of the six. or even twelve, when trehle hooks arc used The dummy hook Is so called because a wire loop Is fixed below the hook proper, which makes it difficult for the bans to shake, himself loose, once the lure Is in Ills mouth. Tbe dummy hook. It is generally claimed. Is Just as sure of getting the fish as the old style, but it does not tear his mouth to places. Tha old stylo of single hook is not efficient when at tached to a wooden minnow as the sin gle book readily slips out of tha mouth when the angler strikes. It Is not the number of hooks on the lure, but the character and presentation of them to the fish which Insures the catch. It has been proven that bass of all varieties ln variably attack the lure from the side and the latest hooks arc designed to get them in that position. Boats may be obtained from Tram mell. Great Falls; Fletcher, Lock Cove; two boathous's. Three Sisters: Reynolds or Barker, foot of Thirty-fourth street: Cumberland. foot of Twenty-sixth street; Bailey, under Anacostla bridge; Miller. D. C. end of Bennlng bridge. TS.Mt alKays to be purchased at fol lowing boathouses: Reynolds'. Bailey, ana Miller's- Also at oertaln fishing tacKle stores. The following places bear the repu tation of being good fishing grounds: (1) "The Parlor," a pool above Boiling Rock, straight out from Fletcher's. The water Is deep and swift, and the pool bears its name because the fish ara known to congregate there. (2) 5Iiddle Rock, above the Chain Bridge. Dr. Blackistone Dead. Word was today received of the death Tuesday of Dr. R. P. Blackistone, at River's Springs, St. Mary county, Md. The ancestors of Dr. Blackistone wer the Blackistoncs who were granted a tract of land bv the King of England, part of which was Blackistone Island, In the lower Potomac. Dr. Blackistone was well known in this citv. He was in his n!nety-erond vear, and. up to a few weeks before his death, had enjoyed good health. The Davidge mansion at Seventeenth am 11 streets norihurtt. within a block of the War Depar-nii-ni and the White House, has been m niired by the Ameri can Red Cross. Changes and Improve ments will be made in the building at once to make it an ideal office structure. The Davidge building, which In former tlajs was an exclusive koclal center and a popular rendezvous for tho literary and official world of Washington, will facilitate the work of the entire oiganl zation. The offices of Secret-try Charles L. Magee. Xntional Dlre"tor Ernest P. Blcknell. Director of Aid Department Major I 51. Patterson, and Chief or In formation Austin Cunningham will be on the first floor. 5laj Gen. George W. Davis. 1' S. A . retired. MU& 5IabeI T. Boardman. and other officers, will be quartered on tho second llojr, and the third floor will be given over to the edi torial department of the Red Cross Magazine and Christmas seals. Lectures on Siam. The Home Club w-ill round up a week of unusual entertainment tomorrow with an illustrated lecture on Slam by Dr. J. H. Gore, scientist, lecturer and world traveler. In his lecture he gives a description of Siam, Its Industries, amusements, and dally life. YALE LAUNDRY'S NEW PROCESS Try our new process of laundering collars, cuffs, and shirts. Cold Starch Method This prevents breaking of collars, cuffs, neckbands, and buttonholes. All shirts finished entirely by HAND All flannels, ladles' clothes, hose, and socks washed and Ironed by HAND All colored goods laun dered at our RISK. No advance In prices. Patronizo cur JUWv-iO sanitary laundry and Ret. the best in quality and service lcars ahead of any other laundry in Washington in equipment. Inspection sul.vltcd. ymm Telephone North CS2-IS3. Drop us a postal: or.r v. agon will call. 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Using it over and over for frying, you not only find it eco nomical, but you produce food that is wholly digesti ble and most appetizing. A prominent physician says of Cottolene: "Cottolene, essentially a vegetable product, forms the most healthful and nutritious cooking medium known to the experts and medical profession." (From an article e American Housekeeper, entitled 'The Most All Cooking Fats," by Dr. James Paigel thoughtful mother and careful housewife will interested in the valuable FREE Cook Book, HELPS. Send for your copy today, also order a pail of Cottolene from your grocer. THE N.K. FAIRBANK COMPANY! CHICAOO HOMINY CRESCENTS Fine hominy or corn meal may be used in the same way to serve with meats or for breakfast with syrup. Cook 2-3 cup hominy or meal In 1 pint boiling water over the fire until thickened, then place over boiling water to finjsh cook ing for about an hour, adding salt and more water if too stiff, also the yolk of an egg, or a little butter. When done, pour into flat pan and when cool cut into crescents, diamonds or strips, roll tn egg and crumbs and fry in Cottolene. MRS. HELEN ARMSTRONG. iggiiilljll 1 BBIJBB if 1 .ltt a rfeN. 1 1 I'wfclL in the Green Can Made by Glidden .. I 5k Hi I JA q Hill & jr J IA il HB Vl I In naBBBBH jrgm II IIII HBHBHBHBHBHBf " jr fiHBHBr!i - r- BBBT mt BH BBBBIflB 1 1 Hill sjr -"7 ' II II 7 Z mr I . I I ,flF'aHHVHBBBBBBBBBBBBiM III mM I I II lm I ""SfiHi I - sml J I? - . JBBBa imMm ' 4rm Mahogany for the living room, oak for the dining room, white for the hall, gold for the radiators and green for the porch chairs. Housecleaning time is Jap-a-lac' time. Why not have a new house as well as a clean house? Do things over with Jap-a-lac make them all new and bright floors, doors, baseboards and all woodwork furniture that's scarred or marred or doesn't match the woodwork dull and tarnished radiators, picture frames and moldings bedsteads, stoves and ironwork bring ill these things back to new years of usefulness with Jap-a-lac. Now Is Jap-a-lac Time! "" But it is important that you be sure it's Jap-a-lac you get. .For you can't get Jap-a-lac results except with Jap-a-lac. This is the way to be sure: See that it's in a green can and made by Glidden. Any one of the dealers listed here will sell you Jap-a-lac and will be glad to point cut the maker's name Glidden on the label. . . .----. - Buy Jap-a-lac Now Get Started Making Your Home New It's real fun making things new with Jap-a-lac. And there's a particular Jap-a-lac for each' particular use. Go, send for, or phone the nearest of these dealers now. Sum up all your Jap-a-lac needs and get the Jap-a-lac for each of them. But be sure to remember these three important things: Jap-a-lacGreen Can Glidden The Name The Package The Maker Jap-a-Iac comes in eight transparent colors, which color but allow the grain of the wood to show through (also Jap-a-lac Floor and Interior Varnish "Natural"). Jap-a-lac comes in ten enamel colors which color and cover up the grain of th wood. Jap-a-lac comes in Gold or Aluminum for the true gold leaf or aluminum effect. JAP-A-LAC PRICES SHS80C H8l!45C Half -Pints 5 c WASHINGTON DEALERS Andrew,. W J . n.. 1SUI Mil. . N. Barber & Ros. 11th and G St.. .V . Bralore. A. A. HJ-.. 510b Hth St. .V W. Bravvnor. W U HOS X : St. N. W. Brown. It M. 15-3 '" S'V , , e Burd Arnold I-. 1" ortl' Capitol St. (Mmpnell -I Vmnk. Anacost.a. .Cltal.Idw fo.1710 Hth St. N W. CM-nrr. Geo M . 105 11th St. S E. raMotl..J..IoS.. .--OStuSt S. W mow C'liaso IMiariiiacv. hovy I liase. Cobleiitz IMiariiiacv. N '.'l. S "nd KU. Ave. Coleman. M.. 13' "' N- W Coleman. R D.. Uth and O StS. ?. K. rollUloer. Llovd R 23K, Hth St. N. W. rolunihla Hardware Co.. Ga. Ave. and Park Road Corhett. Geo. i:.. 03 10th St. N. W. Craven. Jan F. & Co. 1D27 I 'a Ave X. W. Davis & Child. 1110 Hth St. X W Department Stores a KAiin. Sons Co.. Sth St and Pa Ave. N. u "m nil Royal. 11th and G Sts X W. Woodward & I.othrop, 11th and G SU. H. W. Del Vecchlo. D.. 1325 B St. N E. Dcnekas. A.. 3160 Georgia Ave X. TV. Denhain. U J.. 1342 Tth St. X. W. Derzvatiz. D.. 615 Tth St. X. W. Dick. H. E. IS!! Tth St. X. W. Dibincr. II. F.. 3300 Hth St. X. W Earn'-haw, B. B. & Bros.. 1105 11th St S. E. Emmons Geo. A . 307 Pa. Ave. S. V Enterprise Hardware Co . 327 9th St. N V. Finch. W. A.. 2416 ISth St. "WW Gill. Georgi! R. 607 Pa. Ave. S. E Goodman. Xnthan. 2110 ISth St X. W . Graves. Andrew It.. SU 11 St. X. E Gross. W. .'v.. 'JlS Sth St S. 1: Hopkins. J. R.. Hdw.. 3516 51 St. Hughes Houso Kill 11. .store. 1HG 7lh St. X. W, Jackson, Clias. 3033 14th St X W. Johnson. Albert I. 1105 7th St. X. W. Kratimer it Duehrlns. i 110 Hth St. N. W. ..able. James X Co. 1115 .New York Ave. X. Loveless, J. W. .North Capitol St. and Fla M--F.il!. ' ''. Hth St and Pa Ave S E 5Iahone J. R. I'ts.. "Jl Pa. "ve N W. llsilin,l) Bros. Takoma Park W Ave. 5Ioran. John. Hdw . 212S Pa. Ave. X. W. 5Iuth. Geo. F. & Co.. 41S Tth St. X. W. Parker, Norman D.. North. Cap. St. and R. I. Av. Pennington & Taylor. 513 II St. X. E. Quackenbush, L. W.. 3623 51 St, X. W. Richardson. F. "VV.. 2214 14th St. X. W. Rudolph & West Co.. 1332 Xevv York Ave. X. W. Ruppert. 5L Frank. 1021 Tth St. X. W. Shield. Jno. T. 522 Tth St. X. W. Small. I.. T13 Tth St. X. W. Swan. H. H.. Hth and Kenyon Sts. X. W. Swinsle. J. W.. 1213 H St. X. W. Tovej. Geo. A.. 5lt. Ralncr. Union Storaj-e Co., Hsc. Fur.. 1913 Pt Ave. Vernon. 51 1" . 3124 Georsia Ave. Walls, Wm. It . 739 Sth St. S. E. Weber. August. Sth St. and 5Id. Ave. X. E. Weinberg. David. 320 4'i St. S. W. Mushake, William. Anacostla. Palmer .t Sanford. SKAT PLEASANT, Mil Distributers Ma- F P. Ha ..v. are o 634 Pa Ave X V. l.cili . Iturh. ljl X . Ave TV. U -fay