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THE WASHINGTON TIMES." MONDAY; FEBRUARY 19; 1917.
.WILSONS GUESTS OF
MR. AND MRS. BAKER
Covers Will Be Laid for Eight
een, Many From Out
OTHER SOCIETY FUNCTIONS
Vice President and Mrs. Mar
shall Will Be Entertained at
The Fresldenl and Mrs. 'Wilson wilt
be the guests of honor at the dinner
which the Secretary of War and Jim.
Newton D. Baker will give this evening-.
There will be covers for eighteen.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stockwell and Miss
Grace Drake, of Cleveland, Ohio,, and
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Chestnut, of
Baltimore, came to 'Washington to
day to visit Secretary and Mrs. Baker
and to attend the dinner this evening:.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Dodge, who
passed the week-end at the white
House as guests of President and
Mrs. Wilson, returned to their home
In New York this morning.
The Vice President and Mrs. Mar
shall will be entertained at dinner
this evening by Senator James Duvall
Phelan and his sister. Miss Mary
Phelan. who have asked twenty guests
to meet them.
The Assistant Solicitor of the State
Department and Mrs. Hampson Gary
will be hosts at dinner of sixteen
covers tonight with the Secretary of
State and Mrs. Robert Lansing as the
honor guests. Dr. and Mrs. William
A. Downes, of New York, and Mrs.
Gary's sister, Mrs. J. W. Wright, of
Dallas, Tex., who are visiting Mr.'
and Mrs. Gary, will be in the party.
Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins will enter
tain at dinner this evening.
Senator and Mrs. Willard Sauls
bury will be among the dinner hosts
of the evening.
Senator and Mrs. Key Plttman will
entertain a company of forty at din
ner this evening. The tabic which
will be set in the Presidential suite
at the Willard will be elaborately
decorated with a fountain surrounded
by groups of spring flowers, in sunk
en garden effect.
Mrs. James L. Karrick has Invited
guests for tea this afternoon. As
sisting her will be Mrs. D. R. An
thony, Mrs. Philip Campbell, Mrs. Ira
Copley, Mrs. C. 1L T. Lowndes. Mrs.
Ashley Gould, Mrs. Frank Anderson,
Mrs. William P. Borland, Mrs. Percy
lilckllng, Mrs. John H. Rice. Miss
Anne Hopkins, the Misses Tuttle, the
Misses Blair, Miss Hallie Davis, the
Misses Delano, Miss Georgiana Fcho-
Held, Miss Catherine Harlow, Miss
Lois Reeslde, and Miss Phyllis Hayes.
Mrs. George Barnett, wife of Major
General Barnett, commandant of the
marine corps, will be at home this
afternoon from 4 to 7 o'clock. Re
ceiving with her will be Mrs. Alex
ander Magruder, Mrs. Buchanan
Merryman. and several of the wives
of the officers stationed at the Marine
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Picklen en
tertained at dinner Saturday evening.
The guests were Congressman John
H. Small and Mrs. Small. Commander
Edwin H. Tillman. U. S. N- and Mrs.
Tillman. Dr. John Stuart Gaul. U. 8.
A., and Mrs. Gaul. Dr. Luther Sheldon,
V. S. N, and Mrs. Sheldon. Mr. and
Mrs. Francis V. Robinson, Dr. Wil
liam S. Hardesty and Mrs. Hardesty,
Cadet Holmes Flcklen. Miss Margha
ritta Tillman. Miss May Belle Small.
Will Gregg and Mrs. Ida Chrlstlancy
Mrs. John Miller Horton. of Buffalo,
is at the Willard.
Y. W. C. A. Reception.
Mrs. Thomas Riley Marshall, honor
ary president, and the directors of
the Y. W. C. A. will receive the mem
bers and friends of the organization
Thursday from 3 to 6 o'clock at the
Association building, CIO Fourteenth
The red room of the New Willard
was the scene of an Impressive event
Saturday night, when the student
body of the National School of Do
mestic Art and Science held the pre
More than 150 young- women at
tended In dainty frills and gowns,
many of their own manufacture, and
were hostesses of young men from
practically every large college in the
A novel feature attended this func
tion. In the middle of the tlrst half
of the program the junior students
held a special number, known as the
Junior prom, when only the Junior
classes of the school danced. The
seniors" feature In the middle of
the second half of the program, when
a senior prom was danced by the ad
vanced students, a rlass of over fifty.
A Mipper was sered at 10:30. A
number of the school alumnae were
"Wellesley Club .Meet In.
The Washington Welleley Club
will hold its February meeting at the
home of Miss Vinton. V.IOs Cllffbournc
YOU'LL MAKE BETTER
HOT CAKKS If sou em
t Miller's Stimulus
Ittukwhraf li genuine i
N c R o w N
Get a pack-
t Toor Grocer! No Containers SappllftdL
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO.,
Wholesale Grocers. II In A M its, 8. E,
Coffee, 25c lb.
Somf aay that It makes more
cups per pound than mmy coffee"
they have used.
N. W. BURCHELL,
place, Saturday at 3 o'clock. Miss
McDonald, of the National Cathedral
School, will give a report of the
council meeting recently held at the
Mrs. Louis Lombard will receive
Saturday at 4. At 4:30 precisely a
musical program will be given under
the direction of Mr. lotnbard, who
will also speak on "Music and the
Congressional Club Musleale,
The Congressional Club has sent
out cards for a musleale and tea on
Friday, February 23, at 4 o'clock,
when the newly elected officers of the
club will bo the guests of honor.
Mrs. Burnett M. ChlperHeld, wife
of Congressman Chlperneld, will be
at home tomorrow for the last time
Mrs. Paul Hudson, of Mexico City.
entertained at luncheon today at the
Shorehara In compliment to Mrs. Al
len, wife of Col. Samuel E. Allen.
Georsetorro Assembly Ball.
The Georgetown Assembly, the old
est and one of the most aristocratic
dancing clubs in Washington, will
entertain at the last ball of the sea
son this evening at Llathlcum Hall.
In O street. The ball room will be
decorated with palms, ferns, and
spring flowers. Supper will be served
Mrs. Rawlins Hume, Mrs, Louis
Mackall, and Mrs. Jamea Young will
receive the guests, who will be pre
sented by Dr. Louts Mackall.
Mrs. Gill, wife of CapL W. A. Gill.
U. S. N entertained at luncheon to
day at the Chevy Chase Club in honor
of Mrs. Barker Gummere.
Mibs Geneva D. Dixon, daughter of
the Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Dixon, and
Walter Craig, of this city, were mar
ried Friday evening in the home of
the bride, 1312 Corcoran street, in the
presence of relatives, a reception fol
lowing. Arnold W. Dixon, a brother
of the bride, assisted at tho recep
tion. Appropriate musical selections were
given by Mrs. Mabel G. Whltted.
Among the guests were Mrs. Lucy A.
Craig and Mrs. Annie E. Craig, of Har
risburg, Tsl, Mrs. Sarah Sharper, F.
U. Whltted. Mrs. Hattle V. Lane, Mr.
and Mrs. William Whltted, Mr. and
Mrs. John Tate, Mr. and Mrs. B. Hay
wood, Mr. and Mrs. Horatio Whltted,
Mr. and Mrs. C A- Harris, Mrs. Ber
ntce Morrow, George Berry, A. W.
Robinson, Mrs. Mary Green, Mrs. A.
W. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dixon
and Charles T. Boyd.
Mrs. -van Engelken Receives.
Mrs. von Engelken, wife of the re
tiring director of the mint. A. F. J.
von Kngelken, will be at home this
afternoon for the last time this sea
son. She will be asslted by Mrs.
Richardson Gibson, Mrs. J. C. W.
Beckham, Mrs. W. B. Malburn, Mrs.
Gumere. Mrs. Frank Kellogg, of St.
Paul. Minn.; Mrs. Poe White, Mrs.
Willa Chariot. Mrs. Juett Shouse and
Mrs. Robert Berry.
Mrs. von Engelken will remain in
Washington for the balance of the
winter and probably for the early
spring. Mr. von Engelken will leave
tomorrow for thelr.new home In Col
umbla, S. C, where he has been made
president of the Farm Loan Bank.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Blake left
Washington yesterday to sail Febru
ary 26 to Spain en route to Tangier.
Morocco, where Mr. Blake Is the
United States diplomatic agent.
Sin. Field la Hostess.
Mrs. Marshall Field had a brilliant
dinner party, followed by a musleale.
last evening in her "pink palace" In
Sixteenth street. Covers were laid for
thirty-six at dinner, and about ISO
other guests were asked for the mu
sleale. The program was given by
Amellta Galll-Curcl, soprano, assisted
by Manuel Berenguer, flutist, and Ho
mv Samuels, pianist.
The program consisted of the fol
lowing numbers: Caro mlo ben (Gior
dan!): Sel bella o mla dolcezza (Bo
noncinl); Vol che sapete, from "Le
Nesze Dl Figaro" (Mozart); Tarantu
la Napoletana, in Italian (Rossini);
Bell Song, from "Lakme," with flute
obligate In Italian (Delibes); minuet,
Les qulnze aus de Rosette Au bord
de la Fontaine, in French, Pastourel-
les Du XVIII Siecle, accompaniments i
de Wekerlln: Chanson de Solvejg
(Grieg); Bourbonalse, from "Manon
i.escaui,-- in r rencn i,uD-rj; iu.
Partlda, Chanson Espanoll, in Span
ish (Alverez); Solovieg. Chanson Rus
se. In Russian (Alableff); Mad Scene,
from "Lucia dl Lammerraoor," with
flute obligato (Donizetti.
After the music a seated supper was
Mrs. Helen II. Gardener Recovering.
Mrs. Helen II. Gardener, whose Ill
ness has caused some anxiety, is Im
proving and it is now believed that
she will soon be able to go out. al
though she will not assume any so
cial duties this season.
Mrs. George Tharher Guernsey will
be hoslesi at a tea this afternoon at
the Washington Club, which has been
decorated with spring flowers Hnd
palms for the party The honor
guests will be the chapter regents
and the officers of the 1). A. R. chap
tern in the District of Columbia. Pre
siding at the tea table will be Mrs.
Charles Curtis. Mrs W. II. Thomp
son. Mrs. D. U. Fletcher. Mrs. Mattiu-u-T.
Scott, Mrs. Mary S. Lockwood. and
Mrs. Joeph Ransdell. A renterpieie
of yellow tulips and Jonquils will
adorn the table
and others who labor indoors
L.,1 J t- L -t .f--L
" "vc uic gicai ouwigur
compelling tonic-food in
to keep up their strength,
nourish the nerves and
increase their energy.
SCOTPS is helping
thousands-why not yes?
Boott & Bownc Bloossfleld. N.J. 14-23
MISS DANIELS GUEST
AT LUNCHEON TODAY
Entertained by Wife of Com
mander William D. Leahy, of
United States Navy.
Mrs. Josephus Daniels, wife of the
Secretary of the Navy, was the honor
guest at the luncheon which Mrs.
William D. Leahy, wife of Com
mander Leahy, U. S. N., gave today at
the Shoreham. The other guests
were Mrs. James Hamilton Lewis,
Mrs. Adelaide Worth Bagley, Mrs.
Julian james and her house guest,
Miss Jackson, of New York: Mrs.
Henry P. Fairbanks, Mrs. Frederick
W. Harris. Mrs. C. H. Hawlow, Mrs.
W. W. Galbraith, Mrs. Chester Wells
and her sister, Mrs. Thornett. Mrs.
York Noel, Mrs. Albert P. Nlblack.
Miss Edith Benham. Mrs. Richard
Olney. Mrs. Charles P. Galther, of
Boston: Mrs. James Dexter Adams,
Mrs. William C Gorgas, Mrs. Charles
Warren, Mrs. William S. Benson. Mrs.
Bo Sweeney. Mrs. Francis S. Nash.
and Mrs. George Barnett.
Miss Dorothy B. Trout will be host
ess at a dance this evening at her
residence In Ontario road, when her
cousin. Miss Ruth Gregory, will be
the guest of honor. Miss Gregory,
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. B.
Gregory, of Pittsburgh. Is spending
the winter at the Shoreham.
The guests will number about
forty young people, mostly from
army and navy circles. The party
will be chaperoned by Miss Trout's
mother, Mrs. Harry Trout, Mrs. W. S.
Hogg, and Miss Trout's aunts. Mrs.
Catherine Natson and Miss Rebecca
Reynolds, who recently returned
from an extended European trip.
To Meet Mrs. SlcClernand.
Mrs. Thomas T. Knox, wife of Col
onel Knox, is entertaining at a bridge
party of three tables this afternoon
to meet Mrs. Edward McCIernand.
Additional guests have been Invited
for tea later in the afternoon, when
Mrs. William Carter and Mrs. Rob
ert Stocker will be at the tea table.
The other guests are Mrs. Henry P.
Kingsbury, Mrs. George Andrews,
Mrs. A. C Ducat, Mrs. Lillian Dun
can Baxter. Mrs. Mason Blunt, Miss
Mary Morris Ambler. Mrs. Archibald
Hall, Mrs. William Balrd, Mrs. Rus
sell Clssel, Mrs. James Howe, and
Mrs. William Pence.
Mrs. Sidney M. Henry, wife of
Naval Constructor Henry, TJ. 8. N.,
will be hostess at a prettily appoint
ed tea this afternoon, when Mrs.
Albert Le Breton, of New York, will
be the guest of honor. Mrs. Frank
Anderson and Mrs. Lewis McBrlde
will preside at the tea table.
Mrs. Brltton Stone will receive this
afternoon. Assisting her will be Mrs.
H. B. Brown, Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Me
dorem Crawford, Mrs. Stevens, and
Miss Ethel Hickey.
MARDI GRAS BALL TONIGHT
"Birth of American Flag" to Be
Unique Feature of Event.
"The Birth of the American Flag"
will be one of the unique features of
the evening at the Mardi Gras ball
to be given tonight at the Raleigh
Hotel by Washington Camp, No. 303,
Sons of Confederate Veterans.
The tableau will be enacted by
Mrs. Alfred H. Plant, Mrs. George S.
Covington. Mrs. Maud Howell Smith,
and Mrs. Paul L. Joachim.
George B. Ashby will be chairman
of the reception committee at the
ball, and Dr. Clarence J. Owens will
be vice chairman. They will be as
sisted by Taylor Tlmberlake. Col.
Robert E. Lee, Col. Robert N. Harper,
Claude N. Bennett. South Trimble, Jr.,
A. S. Parry. Marx E. Kahn, Robert
H. Fravel, Paul J. Carr, L. P. Calfee,
R. W. Lassiter, Sanford D. Covington,
E. A. Brand, Joe N. Bourne, B. F.
Butler, E. C. Brokmeler. Harry Holt,
John T. Green, and William C Black.
The program will begin when Miss
Olive Plant and Major K.W. R. Ewlng,
who will be crowned queen and klnc-
of the carnival, and their train of
attendants march into the hall and
up to the platform, where the couple
win oe crownea Dy William S. Stam
per. A grand march and german
will follow, in which all the guests
will participate. Costumes may be
worn, but are not compulsory.
The floor committee for the car
nival will consist of William A !
Coombe. chairman. nH riunnj ti ,
Seal, vice chairman, assisted by P. J.
Do Not Take
For Croup or
They Use the
Everyone knows that the less
medicine we take the better off
we are, and this is particularly
true with children. Mrs. Flossie
Rockwell, 5 1 5 Alabama street,
Mishawaka, Ind., is one of the
many mothers who now use the
external treatment for colds.
"I have used VapoRub on
both my children," writes
Mrs. Rockwell, "for
colds in their heads
and lungs. I just
"Keep a lirHe Bodv
Altlzer, Hugh Brewster, Ben F. Es
toplnal, W. J. Goodwin, Harry L.
Hughes, Philip K. Harvey, F. R.
Fravcl, Cecil K. Jones Gen. H. Oden
Lake, Henry C. Rothrock, Allen L.
Reese, Marshall J. Smith, Dr. Charles
Bockey, Paul X. Coulon, Dr. S. O.
Graser, Clarence K. Glover, Morgan
L. Hendry, O. W. Lange. R. J. Mor
man, H. G. Morgan, Fred K. Nellsen.
J. J. O'Leary, Robert Price, Z. M.
Smith, Paul Sweeney, Robert Watson,
T. B. Ward, W. C. Wheeler, C. F.
Osborn, and Ned Willis.
MAY USE PARCEL POST
Sending of Packages of Tobacco for
Citizens of the United States who
wish to send the cheer of Dame Nico
tine to British soldiers in the
trenches can forward packages direct
by parcel post. A ruling to thii
effect by Second Assistant Postmaster
General Praeger has been announce)
by the PostofTice Department.
In response to a request for infor
mation on the subject, Mr. Pracgei
"According to the latest informatloi
on file in this department, package
of tobacco, cigars, and cigarettes are
allowed to be imported into Great
Britain by parcel post.
"I may add that such packages. If
Intended for soldiers with the Britlsl
army In the field In France should b
addressed care of the British Expedi
tionary Forces at London, and will be
Included In the malls ma-e up.at New
York for England, where, upon their
receipt, they will be sent to the head
quarters of tho expeditionary forces
for disposition. Said packages, Demi
addressed to England, will be subjec
to the rates and conditions appllcabl
to parcel post packages for that
URGE DAYLIGHT SAVING
Petitions Circulated Among Govern
Petitions urging- Congress to pass
tho Borland-Galllnger bill to turn
the clock forward an hour for the
five summer months are being cir
culated among the many Government
departments, and are receiving large
numbers of signatures.
A canvass of the different depart
ments during the past week by mem
bers of the National Daylight Saving
Association shows that the clerks
and officials are practically united
in favor of the bill.
Lovers of outdoor sports among
the clerks are urging Its passage
upon Congress. Baseball fans, tennis
enthusiasts, golfers, and canoeists
are strongly in favor of more day
light. Suburbanites who work In
Washington also favor the plan.
MISS HARRIET LANE A BRIDE
Daughter of Senator From Oregon
Weds Dr. S. D. Hicks.
An announcement of Interest in
several cities was made by Senator
and Mrs. Harry Lane of Oregon, of
the marriage of their daughter. Miss
Harriet Lane, to Dr. S. D. Hicks, of
Norfolk, Va. The ceremony was per
formed at Baltimore Saturday. Feb
ruary 10. After a short trip Dr. and
Mrs. Hicks will be at home at Nor
The engagement of Miss Harriet
Lane, who Is the second daughter of
Senator and Mrs. Lane, to Dr. Hicks
was announced several weeks ago,
and a number of Informal hospital
ities had been given in their honor.
N. M. GOVERNOR DEAD
Chief Executive of State, E. C. De
baca, Succumbs to Anaemia.
SANTA FE. N. JL. Feb. 19. Gov.
E. C Debaca Is dead today of anaemia
after an Illness of six months, for
which seven transfusions of blood
had been administered to the falling
executive In futile efforts to save his
Falling health forced Debaca to
take only a minor part In the cam
paign Last falL He was sworn Into
office virtually on a sick bed. only a
score of persons attending the Inau
guration, which was held In his room
In a local sanitarium.
Governor Debaca. who was a Demo
crat, will be succeeded by a Repub
lican. Lieut Gov. William E. McDon
ald, of I'ortales.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
THEODORE EL8W0RTH BOOKWELW
ana AUCE MARIE ROCKWELL.
rubbed it over their throats
and chests and in a night's
time they were relieved. Then
my husband and I both had
sore throats and coughs and
were also relieved over night. "
VapoRub comes in salve form,
isapplied externally, and relieves
by inhalation as a vapor, and by
absorption thru the skin. Croup
is usually relieved within fifteen
minutes colds over nicrht.
Three sizes. 25c, 5oc and Si. 00.
- Guawd n VOUR horn"
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JsSBSssssaasPC 1 1
ONLY MILLION FOR
NEW BRIDGE HERE
Sundry Civil Bill, Reported to
House, Fails to Carry
(Continued from First Page.)
Parkway and Rock Creek Park Com
mission. (100,000; extraordinary re
pairs Capitol building and grounds
1tfi7J Cplnnni. lr.n.n.1.1 ...
ry v,v... Ufl.oo, mGUIUIIKI X.U11111I.B
sion. for the erection of a memorial """ ,ur luo -"1 na " -
to the Ericsson, the Inventor, within ;A. . . , - .
the District, JJ5.000; Howard Unlver- Provided, That officers now deslg
slty. J101.000. the same as for the cur-l"1'11 "ltants shall bo transferred
rent year; St. Elizabeth's Hospital,
$360,000. a decrease of J16.680: Colum
bia Hospital, equipment, etc., $15,100:
National Zoological Park. $100,000
(omitting: estimates for aviary, ele
phant house, grading, and additional
land amounting to about $300,000).
For Federal Trade Board.
Federal Trade Commission. $522,
dlO. an Increase of approximately
$78,000; ."Workmen's Compensation
Commission, $50,000; Shipping Board,
For continuing the construction and
maintenance of the Panama canal the
bill carries $17,771,600 and there Is an
additional $4,716,000 to continue the
work of fortification.
There are no Important changes in
the routine appropriations always
carried in this bill for various hos
pitals In Washington, soldiers' homes,
the Public Health Service, the Smith
sonian, the Interstate Commerce Com
mission and, other of the sundry civil
activities of the Government.
.The Alaskan railroad gets an ap
propriation of $10,500,000 which Is an
Increase of $4,600,00 over last year.
Appropriation for School.
A $3,000 appropriation Is included
for a quarantine annex to the Na
tional Training School for Boys In
For armories and arsenals the bill
carries $6,257,000, a slight Increase
over last year.
The important legislative riders on
the sundry civil bill, several of which
have 'an Indirect bearing upon the
preparedness campaign and the pres
ent National emergency, are as fol
lows.: "That until June 13, 1018, the Presi
dent Is authorized to direct, without
reference to existing limitations, the
use of the persons employed here
under if. In his judgment, an emer
gency exists which requires such ac
tion. Regarding; Payments. ,
"Appropriations fn this act shall
not be used in payment of compensa
tion or expenses of -any person de
tailed o rtransferred, except to the
Department of State, from the Secret
Service Division of the Treasury De
partment, or who may at any time
during the fiscal year 1918 have been
employed by or under said Secret
"The Secretary of War is authorized
and directed to report to Congress on
or before January 1, 1018, as to the
most desirable method for quartering
officers and enlisted men of the
army, and to submit detailed plans
and estimates of cost for the carry
ing out of any proposed scheme or
schemes, together with locations de
sired and in particular what exist
ing posts shall be retained, enlarged,
In connection with the appropria
tions for the Bureau of Mines
"Not exceeding 20 per centum
of each of the four preceedlng sums
may be used during the fiscal year
1018 for personal services In the Dis
trict of Columbia.
rational Park Itevennes.
"From and after July 1,1018, all rev.
enues of the national park shall bo
covered Into the Treasury to the credit
of miscellaneous receipts; and the
Secretary of the Interior Is directed
to submit, for the fiscal year
1019, and annually thereafter,
estimates of the amounts required for
the care, maintenance and develop
ment of said parks.
"The United States District Attorney
in mis lllai.c.uu., ..e ol lll.eiiuuii auu in
sulting services to humanity, it Is a truism to say
that the luxuries and conveniences of yesterday
become tho necessities of today.
' The mode and fashion of living that satisfied
our grandparents in their day and generation have
been superseded by radical changes and Improve
ments in the means and methods of distributing the
modem necessities of life to consumers.
Old and New Methods of Packaging and
Handling Foods Compared
The public today largely demand packaged
goods, but they also look askance and with distrust
upon the clumsy and unsanitary rpetnode employed
by many grocers, fish and meat merchants, milk
dealers, etc. who handle food supplies In a man
ner that frequently disgusts the discriminating
It Is unquestionably true that the ordlnsry
method of pacKaglng. handling and delivering sup
plies of raw or prepared foods to customers, is at
tome of its stages Inadequate and often dangerous,
besides being expensive.
The New Method
In contrast with this, the OLD method of serv
ing customers, note the recently developed NEW.
adequate, simple, clean, perfectly sanitary ana in
expensive method of packaging, handling ami de
livering food and other home supplies to customers,
by the use of that Marvel of Perfection THE
rURlTY PAPER BOTTLE.
II. F. KAMMBItnit.
J. II. niUUWAV PlIAOMACY.
Florida and Connecticut Aves.
WALKEIl-IIUGHKs MA1IKET CO.
20th and I Htm. X. W.
Wisconsin Ait. jr. TV'.
LIPPMA.VH PlinR FOOD MARKET,
3416 Illh St. .V v.
Irvlnsr St. A. V.
write'to The Purity
for the District of Columbia, shall
hereafter pay to his deputies or as
sistants not exceeding In all 115,000
per annum; also his clerical and mes
senger hire, not exceeding 110,000: of
fice rent, fuel, stationery, printing,
and other Incidental expenses not ex
ceeding z.ooo, out of the fees of his
office: Provided, That no expenses
other than those above specified shall
"Provided further. That for the
calendar year 1017, and thereafter.
the maximum personal compensation
of clerks of United States district
courts shall In no case exceed 13.800
per annum, and that single fees only
shall be charged by United States
marshals and clerks of United States
district courts against the United
States and against private litigants In
every judicial district."
In conpectlon with the approprla-
.I,. .... 1L. n . a n ..( c.
to the positions of hydrographlc and
geodetic engineers, or Junior hydro-
graphic and geodetic engineers, here
in submitted In lieu of assistants."
In connection with appropriation
for "construction" of the Panama
and toward construction
Dy contract or In navy yards complete
in every detail of two seasroinif coal
barges at a total cost not exceeding
$800,000 each under a contract or
contracts hereby authorized therefor:
Provided, That the authority contain
ed in tha act approved July 1, 1016,
for the construction of two colliers is
repealed and the sum of $1400,000 ap
propriated therein toward tho con
struction of the said colliers, or so
much thereof as is unexpended. Is
made available for use in the con
struction of the coal barges author
ized herein .
"In connection with appropriation
for a submarine base at Coco Solo
"Provided. That the construction
work hereunder shall be performed
under the direction of the governor
of the Panama Canal.
"In connection with the appropria
tion for aeroplanes for' seacoast de
fenses: "Provided, That the construction
of buildings hereunder shall be per
formed under the direction of the
governor of Panama Canal.
"In connection with the appropria
tion for 'Ammunition for seacoast
and land-defense cannon,' Panama
"Provided. That the Chief of Ord
nance, United States Army, is author
ized to enter into contracts or other
wise Incur obligations for the pur
poses above mentioned not to exceed
$700,000 in addition to the appropria
tions herein and heretofore made, j
-That to provide, during the fiscal'
year nineteen hundred and eighteen,
for increased compensation at the
rate of 10 per centum per annum to
employes who receive "''I'" at a
rate per annum' less than $1,200, and
for Increased compensation at the
rate of S per centum per annum to
employes who receive salaries at a
rate not more than $1,800 per annum
and not less than $ 1.200 per annum,
so much as may be necessary Is ap-
propriated: Provided, That this sec-
tlon shall only apply to the employes
(except employes of the Panama
Canal on the Canal Zone) who are
appropriated for In this act sped -
ncaliy and under lump sums or whose
employment Is authorized herein:!
Provided further. That detailed re-l
ports shall be submitted to Congress
on the first day of the next session
showing the number of persons, tho
grades or character of positions, the
original rates of compensation, and
the Increased rates of compensation
provided for herein."
SEE BIG CIRCUS SEASON.
CHICAGO, Feb. 19. Two thousand
showmen, representing every branch
of outdoor amusement known, are
here today In annual convention, pre
dicting that the coming summer will
be the biggest season for one, two
and three-ringed circuses, county
fairs, street fairs, chautauquas. and
things like that, they have known
for years. They say prosperity among
ii "1" a Aim Biuo.il iu wu iroucBinco
through crops and war prosperity!
In the larger cities will make bust-
ness for them. I
PURITT PAPER BOTTLES are perfectly sani
tary made from new. clean, carefully, paraffined
paper. These bottles are made in a clean, sanitary
factory, and the covers being immediately put on.
they do not contain, as do paper oyster or Ice-cream
pails or buckets, accumulations of disease-breeding
dust from the street and the usual vermin-infested
places of storage.
A moment's thought will reveal to r.nyone the
filthy, unhealthful. results of using for articles of
food open paper baskets or pallS which have, up to
this time, been the only convenient and economical
method of carrying liquids or seml-llquld foods.
Superiority Over All Other Food Containers
In striking contrast with the ordinary paper
food receptacles Just referred to, THE PURITY
PAPER BOTTLE, on accouat of its great merits,
as above described. Is eagerw accepted by dealers
wherevet exhibited, and acknowledged as superior
and more convenient than anything of the kind
ever before shown.
THE PURITY PAPER BOTTLE is an attractive
package and delights the housewife receiving food
stuffs therein. Besides Increasing the merchant's
prestige. It is decidedly economical from the time
saving standpoint, requiring neither seal nor strlna
wlth which to tie It.
Moreover THE PURITY PAPER BOTTLE will
not leak, no matter in what position you hold or
carry It, flat, or up-side-down, in a market baskeL.
or in your coat pocket. It's built so it can't leakl
DEALERS USE PURITY PAPER BOTTLES.
C. II. WESKR.
13th and E Sta. . W.
1B06 14th St. N. W.
STEARNS A FAWCETT,
1335 Wisconsin Ave.
R. W. CLAXTO.Y.
MOV4 La. Ave. ST. W.
II. W. FISHER A SO.
WUroasla Ar. N. W.
lot 14th St. S. EL
OLD DUTCH MARKETS, All Stores.
Paper Bottle Co.,
Can't Beat "Tiz"
When Feet Hurt
"Tiz" for sore, tired, puffed-up,
aching, caSoused feet
TSurs! I nsa TI7
Tcry n&4 tot say
Tou can be happy-footed In a mo
ment. Use Tlx" and never suffer
with tender, raw, burning, blistered,
swollen, tired, aching feat. "Tiz" and
only "Tiz" takes the pain and sore
ness out of corns, callouses and bun
Ions. As soon as you put your feet In a
"Tiz" bath, you just feel the happi
ness soaking In. How good your
Soor, old feet feel. "They want to
ance- for Joy. "Tiz" la grand. "Tiz"
Instantly draws out all the poisonous
exudations which puff up your feet
and cause sore, inflamed, aching,
Get a 25-cent box of "Tiz" at any
drug store or department store. Get
Instant foot relief. Laugh at foot
sufferers who complain. Because your
feet are never, never going to bother
or make you limp any more. Advt
eKedoesrit know thai
would clear her skin
She would be a pretty girl, If h
.r .v..T , fi .f . "Z .
lonl" But the regular use of Resinol
Soap, aided at first by a little Resinol
Ointment, would probably make h clear,
esh. and charming. If a poor skin is
rM- ,,:, v .ui . ,
7r begin using Resinol
P no ee how quickly it improves.
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- rlvUJTl TAJLLllIU UU 1
Ever try to count the dead hairs In
your comb and brush? They are na
ture's warning of future baldness and
proof that the dangerous little dand
ruff germ Is busy on you scalp.
Dr. Sangerbuml. the famous Paris
specialist, first discovered that dand
ruff and falling hair are caused by a
microbe. Then came the discovery of
the value of the real Parisian Sage
(liquid form) In destroying the dand
ruff germ and promptly preventing
the further loss of hair. The effect
of only three days' use of Parisian
Sage is simply marvelous, and the
American people have now awakened
to the tact that aanarun: Is just as
unnecessary- as it Is unhealthy-, and
that they can be" quickly rid of It and
save their hair by using a few ounces
of Parisian Sage.
DrU(r st0res aSd good druggists every-
Parisian sage is sold by u Donnell s
traBTe us an inexpensive, daintily
perfumed liquid, free from stickiness.
and will surely cause hair to srow
sort, lustrous, ana really seem twice
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"The Universal Container"
The Perfect, Sanitary
Handling pi Foods
Perfect Sanitary Qualities
1014 11th M. X. W.
J. 1L CHIVKLI,
11th St. Wharf.
J. T. D. PYLES.
F F. HALL.
OTIS II. WOOD.
Conn. Ave. i L .St. .. W.
JNO. L. HOWE.
43 12th at. .V. W.
Washington, D. C.