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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1. 1915.
UNCO MEMORIAL STANDARD LN 10 SET IN HIGHWAY ART Plans Presented by Committee to American institute of Architects. Annrrtlns Hint ttic nrtlatlc feature of road biilldlnK linn tint kept pare Willi roadway linpiovrmcnt, nml pointing to hf proposed Lincoln HlKliwny na a jvroject tliat will act u new Manriarri In rtlatlc hlRhnny ilevelopment. the com mittee on the Lincoln Highway today presented to tho American Institute of Architects details of plans for that memorial. The forty-ninth annual convention of the institute tudnv aa welcomed to the Corcoran Art Gallery, where It la hold )r? Its scsalona, by Henry White, for mer ambawMdor to Krnnco. Nearly sun of the rojnttv'n forcmot arililteeta heard It. Cllpston SHircla. of Iloston, president of the Institute, deliver his annual address. Spirited Debate Expected. Many of the icporta to le made be fore the Institute are of direct Interest to Wnshlncton, especially on (lovern ment nrrhltecture, and on the preser-. vitlnn of natural beauties and historic monuments, both of which will be heard at tomorrow mornlnK'H sesslqn. Spirited debate Is expected over the r port nf the commltteo on Government architecture, as the architects hold vvlrtolv viirylns Ideas nbotit tho proper tieatment of Government bulldltiRa. iimo of them believe such bulldlncs rhould follow classical lines while others favor a modern ofP.cn hulldliwf style of mtlilteeturo which, they clulm, affords imlmtim utility. President SturKls. In his openlne nd dresse. referred to the deep Interest firchlleets hae In the Kuroncan war, he touched upon their achievements In i Itv plannlntr, and cited, as an example, the members of the Institute who ap peared last winter beforo the Conces sional Committee on Public Ihilldlrma and Grounds In Washlncton. "To the Institute are due better stand ards of practice and a clearer under standing of the obligation of service and the better opportunity for architectural ducatlon that are everywhere belnir of fered throughout tho country," he said Suggestions Made. The committee on the Lincoln irlch wav made a number of stiRcestlons, which Included the following- "That each subcommittee assist In establishing In Its respective State a Htate art commission amonc whoso duties would bo to control deslen of brldces, monuments, and other hlchwnv structures. "That each subcommittee shall, as far as possible, unro on State leuislatora the necessity of Btato control In the deslun and maintenance of the Lincoln High way. "That the, president nf the Institute be requested to ask tho American Civic As sociation to use Us efforts In establish 'nc State art commissions In each State "d by tho Lincoln Hichway. the s's art commission to ln " dcslKti of brldKen. Iher hichway struc- presldent of the In r officers are: First Somas R. Kimball, of ".. vice piesldent, D. K Hoyd, u. dphia. secretary. Hurt L. Fenncr, .St., York, and treaauier. lohn Laurenco Maurau. Itohert Stead and T J D Tuller, of vvashlnston. nie architects, and i:. C Kemper, of Washlncton, is executive secretary. ET New York and New Orleans Ex ecutives Will Welcome Scien tific Delegates. The mavor of New York and the mayor of New Orleans will sharo hon ors In welcoming to this country Cen tral and South American delegates to the second Tan-American Scientific Congress, which will be held In this city December 27 to January 28, In clusive. The mayors will head committees of distinguished officials and scientists who will greet the visitors arriving at the respective ports. The details of the committees havo heen worked out by William Phillip. Third Assistant Sec retary of State, who Is chairman e. offlclo of tho executive commltteo of tho congress. To Show Place Benefits. The coming gathering will be one of tho most comprehensive ever held In Washington, and practically all of the large halls In the city. Including high school and university assembly rooms, hotel ball rooms, and lodgo halls, will be needed to house the fortv-lUe sub sections Into which tho nine general sections of the congress will bo divid ed. The opening session will be held In Memorial Continental Hall. The object of the congi ess Is prin cipally to furnish a medium for tho exchange and correlation of the mimv important steps made throughout Pan-America Jn the progress of sci ence, the arts anJ human affairs gen erally, says the statement Issued by John Uairett, director general of the Pan-American t'nlon, who Is also sec rctaiy general of the ongress. liesldes providing a means ror me anvanre ment of western civilization through the exchange of new theories nnd piacttccs. said Mr. Uarrctt, the con gress should hrfvc a powerful Influ ence on the rest of the world, espe clallj that section which Is at wur, b emphasizing the advantages of peace. In contrast with the sutferlng and louse, now- obtaining In Kurope With Its nearb 200 official -dele-gates from the twenty-one countries of the New World, and Its thotlsan.t or so scientists .publicists and educators as delegates, all working for the com. nion uood of the western hemisphere. said Mr. Harrott. the congress will make a greater practical call for peace than any such undertaking us, for example, tho sending of a "peace (hip" to llurope. The number of scientific and edu cational papers to be delivered at tho congress will he more than 1,000, tt was. announced, tho themca covering practically every general subject list able In the sum of human knowlelge, from anthropology to lnternatluii.il law. Including education, agriculture, engineering, medicine, nnd surgerv, commerce and finance. The papers a:o written bv the most eminent author Itles In the countries represented hi the congnss, and are coming In in every mall to he translated Into four languages, .Spanish, Hngllsh, Portu gese, and Krcnch, so as to bo avail able to every member of the congress. Immense Crowd Cheers Kaiser Leaving Vienna I1BRLIN (Via Sayvllle wireless), Dec. 1. Cheered by an Immense crowd. Knlser Wllhelm left Vienna last night, a dlspHtch fiom the Austrian capital stated this afternoon Archduke Charles. hlr to the Aus trian tin one, saw the Kaiser off at tho station EFFECT OF LIGHT ON THE HUMAN SYSTEM STUDIEDBYGASMEN Dr. Nutling Says Dark Floors and furniture Should Be Taboo. Recommends White Ceiling. ARMY AND NAVY ORDERS The effect of light on the human sys-j ., al.. .n rtnt .. 4t 11 tt I tem flnil HIO Ili:rrniiy n.i v...u forms nf Illumination formid the prin cipal features of tho teporta nnd spe cial addi esses made to the members of tho National Commercial Gas As sociation this nfternoon at the begin ning of the sci olid day's session nf their annual convention at tho New Wlllatd Hotel. Tho report nf the commltteo on reci procal relations with other organisa tions, presented by Chairman J I, Shatluck, nf the committee considering there matters, at tho opening of the afternoon session of tho convention at 2 ii'clntk. contained the lecomniendstlnii that all efforts ho ma Jo to co-oierote wllh organliatlcns engaged In similar work, ('halt man H. K. Pierce presented a icpnrt from the committee on illumi nation which was followed by the read ies of an address cm llm maintenance nf Incandescent rvs lUluTnr by I. II. r.lchengreen. nf tho I lilted 'las Tm nruvimtnl Ccunpanv, ,if Philadelphia. .v .1.- ....... InlnrAtfllnir tlMlierS of tho convention was piesinled b ...... .. .1. 1.-.I. ..nn JIT. I. Vi IIIIUIK. il I"' ""'," "" Kndnl. Ciunpaliv, of ltuchrster, N . . i 1.. ...!. .. ! llm Ii(ittl1f14 I xhIiip fir llitht nnd llfflit cffpoM. ir ...... i. . . ..l.i. ...... ....... a at Inn iMlUHUfl irnii.-i". ,. ..,,. .-- series nf educational lectures nn sub- j .. . .. .1. ... Illi..nlnnlln, llllrll Jl IS IIIHinr l IIIUIIII.H..I.' ......... tlin j,nrt men ar enileavnrlng to havn Uai'id before the 'on'iiiiers if i;bf .. ....... .1.1...... .. ..I,,...)., ih. .AnMinK ihiii iiniiiii. n, fin"..!" .... iiccoraiimi m irn.'iiwip in ' "" that the ceilings shall he snow white, tli n of a very light tint, and tho flours and floor coverlnira not llght ir lhaii new pine or oak wood All ilaik and nlossv furnltme should be taboo In the liopie, he det hired, as these things du nit trd to make foi efficiency In lighting whether Ihrnuclv nhrirbtinn or the reflection of light from bad angle" Tho memliers of tho association nd their guests will attenil tiie perform ance of "iMncIng Around" at the lie lnsco Theater tonight, and will tnen 1-eturn to the New Wlllard where a B....HAM n..l .I..HAA Hill K& l. A. -- n,,,,i i.iiii iii, i m.i i ,i. ii ,..- morrow morning there will tws a meet ing of the committee on the develop ment or Industrial fuel In the ninn ! and a session of the convention In i" nfternoon Tomorrow evening there will b n "meters ' dinner at the tlaleigh Ilotsl fr the delegates to the cnnvi'iiiioii mtj a whist pirtv ss 111 be given In t:ic blue room of the Ns W lllard for the ladtes I'rlday morning there will be a golf match at the Columbia Golf (Tub for the presidents and tho secretsr"s cups Girl Sleeps as Debris of Explosion Falls on Her NT.W TOrtK. Dec. 1 Seven- ear-old Lillian Uuggaro slept soundly while de bris showered shout her earl today when a bomb explosion wrecked the house of her fathor, Tony Ruggaro, In West Twentv-slxth street. When the bomb explnded it blew In the door of the mom where the plri was asleep, nnd short ered her bed with wood and plaster. Ilev father, fearing she was desd limbed to her bed She didn't know there had heen in explosion ARMY. Captain JAMKfi M. IXJVK, Jr.. Twelfth Infantry, detailed as inspector-instructor of orgahlzcd mllltla of lexas. to take effect December . Captain JAMI K. l'AHSONH, Third infantry, detailed for duty as Inspector-Instructor with tho organ Ized mllltla of New York. Leave ror one month, to take effect upon his relief from duty In tno rhlllpplno department, granted Ca tain GUY V. HRNItY; Ninth Uav airy. Colonel HAlinY C. HALK. Twentieth Infantry, transferred to Ilfteentn Infantry, will proceed as oon as ,f,r"ccablo to Join that regiment. Major CHAULK8 OimUARDT, Tenth Infantry, upon his return to the united htatea on or about February 10. will repair to this city and report to the Chief, Division of Mllltla Af- fnlr fns .!. Captain nOIlKflf B. WKLSH, Quarter- """' urps. win maae one visit. If necessary. In the factory of It. II. J,"0."?! Framlngham, Mass.. on of ficlal business. I Iryt Lieutenant MAX II. CAnnER. I"flnt'"y. will proceed from llolse. Idaho, and make Inspections of new companlos of the Organized Mllltla Captain COLLIN II. HALL. Infantry. .j-iiircii irom nury as inspector-instructor of the Organized Mllltla of t-, ?,"." ,0 t"k'' effect December SI F,rK0U.t SHKimnriNn wHipn n. Jlilrn" Infantry, will pmceed to Tort Pill. Okla., and report In person I" III Ig. Gen. WILLIAM A. MANN, for appointment and duty as ald-de-oimp on his staff. Paragraph . special orders Jo 217. Sptember 17. 1911. War Department, as amended by paragraph 4r special orders No. Hi, October M. P1V War Department. Is further amended so as to direct that the visits nf In structlon hv Cant KTKI'UKN M KOCHEHSI'MftOKn. Pecnnd "v nlrv, or Capt VF.nNE LA rt IlOllKWKI.I,. Eleventh Civalrv. be n ade to Plalnfleld. N J., Instead of llobokcn. N. J. So much of paragraph IS special or ders No. 370, Novemlior 1, 1115. War Department, as relates to Klist Lieut. LATllEN',i: T. WLKi:rt. Const Artlllerj- Corps, Is So amend ed ns tn direct him. upon his relief frnm recruiting dutv to report to the commanding officer, roast de fenses of Tloafnii, for n'slenmenl to a cofpanv. Th travel directed Is ricessary In the military servlre I.ae for one month, to take efeet unon his arrival In the I'nlled Htate. Is prnnt'd Cant CHAULK1 E. STMDTEIl. Seventh Cavatr NAVY. Capt. W. S. SMITH, detached navv vard. Pbllajlelphla, I'a . to Navy Department Cspt. H L RUflSELL, to commandant. navy nrd. Philadelphia, I'n. Lieut. Commnnder W. (1, ROPI7R, de- tnihed navy rcoiultlnc station. Phil- ndclphla, to Naval War Collefcu, January .1, 131.". Lieut. C. U IIAND, detached command Ilurrows; to navy recruiting station, Philadelphia. Pa. Lieut. (Junior gmdj O. V. JACORS. lestgnatlon accepted, to tatko effect December 4, 1315. Lieut. (Junior grnde) T. B. McCLOY. detached Leonldas: to connection fitting out Oklahoma nnd on board when commissioned. Burgeon II. C, CIIIIL. detached Mary land: tn Ruffalo. Passed Assistant Burgeon I. W. ROI1- RINH, detached Albany; to llushnell. MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS. Balled-C-1, C-2. C-S, C-4 nnd C-S from Cristobal for Altnlrantn Ray; Con necticut, from Cnpe Haitlen for Port an Prtne; Cyclopa, from Port an Prince for Ouantanamo- Henley, from Newport for President's road, Roston harbor; Iwana. from Roston for Provlncetown Jason, from Mel ville, It. I., for Hampton Roads, Potomac, from Cristobal for A. mlrnnte Ray; Wilmington, from Shanghai for Bwatow. J Arrived Callo at Hongkong. Cushlng at Newport; Denver at Topolobampo: Dubiioue at Portsmouth, N. II.: R-2 (tt Provlncetnwn; Glacier at Ouny maa; Iroquois nt Ssn I1ego; Justin and Oregon nt Mare Island. Ozark nt Provlneetown: flan Diego at Topolobampo. Sylph at Indian Head. Tacoma, tr'al trln ai Ports month. N. II : Wnhnetn at Nor folk Warrington at Roston, ni.d Wlnslow at Nowiiort. Soldiers' Home Chaplain Named in Veteran's Will TRY THIS FOR A COLD-IT'S HID "Pape's Cold Compound" ends severe colds or grippe in few hours. SMASHING SALE OF KUPPENHEIMER 55 Society JBranb OVERCOATS Men it's overcoat time and overcoat weather you'll buy now so make sure to get the best in standard makes come here for one of our famous overcoats today or tomorrow. $20 Kuppeiiheimer O'coats $25 Kuppenheimer O'coats $30 Kuppenheimer O'coats $11.75 $13.50 $15.00 $20 Society Brand O'coats $25 Society Brand O'.coats $30 Society Brand Overcoats $11.75 $13.50 $15.00 Just 46 Overcoats, That Formerly Sold to $12.50, Embracing This Season's Most Attractive Styles, Your Choice Only .-. $6.35 iou can enu grippe ami mesk up a aeeie cold either In head chest, body or limbs, bv taking a dose of fan a vow v omponno every two hours until three doses are taken It piomptly opens clgge-up nos trils and alt passages In the bead. stops nastv discharge or nose running, relieves lck hendsche, dullness. raVei Ishncss sore tbioat. sneezlnir. on nr4. t itnd stiffness icm i sun lunrfi-up- WUU ninv ing mil snuff ling' Kase vour tliritiMn head nothing ele In the vvnrbi Hives such prompt lellef as ' Pape', 'old ''ompound," which costs i nlv i5 cents at anv drug store It in t without assistance, lastis nice, and causes no Inconvenience n, suro vou get tha I'epulne -Advt In the will of John T Dunn, who died November W at the I'nlted States Soldiers' Home the Rev i:. M. Houth gate. former chaplain of the home, and the Rev W. L Whalen, present chap lain nf the home, are named as the sole beneficial les The villi was filed for probate today In the office of Hie register of wills. The amount of the estate Is not slven. COMMITTEE PLACESi .O.P. WORRY MEN Question of Whether Selection Will Be Left to "Jini" Mann Comes Up Thursday. One of the questions which will be sharply raised at the caucus of the House Republicans tomorrow evening Is whether Congressman "Jim" Mann shall make tlj Republican committee assignments or the work shall be In trusted to a committee on committees Mr. Mann will be re-elected leader of the Republicans If the practice of last Congress Is followed, he will mako tho committee assignments. In theory theso would bo subject to ratification by tho caucus. Hut In practlco the caucus can not tear a committee list to pieces without a lot of trouble, because It does not have the facilities for making up usslgnments on short notice. Harking back to the davs of Speaker Cannon, many nf the Republicans say that It Is a great political mistake to al low the committee places to be filled by one man, whether he ho Speaker or the leader. t -uann nas torn his mends ha Is n-lther siklnir nor shirking the re sponsibility of making tho tumtnltteo uriiKllil"rilB ' I" expected the progressive Re puhltrina. ui well nr rrnnv of the con servatives. Will Slinnnrf llm ntn.i nf a committee on cominltlees Talk Is heard of a commltteo entirely Independ ent nf nny other rommlttee On" of the interesting complications In Hie situation Is that so ne of the Id-time Ilouso Ilep.il Means ufio linvo been re-elected after they were dropped out for n term, are elsmorlnc for their old places Thej will not get them In inot lntnnoos They are opposed fn Mann for this reason, snd tne spcftaelo may lie presented of some of the old Cannon element In the House working eralnst Minn for leader However, there Is sentiment f"r a cenvntttee on committees quite apart from II Is phase of the situation. NOT A PARTICLE A FALLING HI Save your hair! Double its beauty in just a . few moments. 25-ccnt "Danderine" makes hair thick, glossy, wavy and beautiful. Within ten iiilnutia after an appli cation of Dandfrlira vou cannot find single trace of dandruff or falling halr aii.1 your scalp will not luh, but wlut will tilcnso vou most will be after a few weeks' uy. when you sec new hair, fin and downy at flrst-yes-but really new hair grow ins all over the scalp Dandirlnc Is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots. Invigorates and strengthens them. It exhilarating, stimulating, und life-pro-ducine properths cause the hair to grow long, strong and beautiful. A little Dandciinc Imiiitdlately doubles the beauty of vour Imir v difference how dull, faded, brittle nml scrdggy. Just moisten n cloth with ilia hu line ami carufull draw u through your hair, taking one small 'strand nt a tlnu- The effect Is iiiinr.-Ing-voui hair will be light, fluffy and Wiivv and have an appearance of nbiitidancf. an Incomparablo luslr softness and luxuriance. Oct a Ji-ei'iit bottle of Iviionllon's Danderine Irom any drug store or toilet Counter, and prove that our hair Is as pretty and soft as any that It has been . neglected or Injured by careless treat I incut -that's all -vou surely can have beautiful hair and lots of it If you will Musi trv u little Danderine. Advt SPFXIALS FOR PAY DAY Overcoats that are old for $18 and $20. Special $13.75 EYESIGHT troubles perma nently corrected with glasses proscribed by Dr. Baker, our ophthalmologist. Free consultation and examination. Lenses are ground in our own es tablishment at lowest cost, which may b paid 50 cents a week. Catelberg's,935 Pa. Aye. r TV v (V We have just received a new lot of SNAPPY YOUNG MEN'S OVER COATS, made in the newest models and most approved fabrics. They are sold at most stores at $18 and $20, OUR SPECIAL PRICE 40 Overcoats that we sold for $12.50 and $15. Special $8.75 nyM Overcoats and Suits of Higher Grade, $20, $25,$30: SPECIALS FROM OUR FURNISHINGS DEPARTMENT $1.00 Spring Needle Ribbed (1 r Underwear, 79c garment. Suit. . U1. 3U $1.50, $2, and $2.50 Manhattan Shirts, $1.35 3 for St .00. 55c and 65c Neckwear, 47c 3 for $1.35. Charge Account h Opened Upon Satisfactory Refer ences. KAUFMAN CLOTHING CO. 933 Pennsylvania Avenue Charpp Accounts Opened Upon Satisfactory References. $6.50 Boys' Overcoats . . . $8.50 Boys' Overcoats. . . $10.00 Boys' Overcoats . . . $3.35 $4.95 $6.48 $20 Kuppenheimer Suits $25 Society Brand Suits $30 Kuppenheimer Suits $11.75 $13.75 $15.00 Mr Hlls DLANDEBB 42.8 Ninth Street N. P0C JTITTTTiPTi JW Here 's the ideal whiskey for the home HAYNER mvcK WHISKEY BOTTLED-IN-BOND Pfc sir YTT ' " UHiLLil ilX HaWlsW Delivered to any part of the city It is rih, pure and delicious distilled, aged and Bottled-in-Bond under Government supervision -every bottle sealed with U. S. 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