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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28; 1917. standard weight, and requiring bakers to label their product -when made of any other constituents than those used In "wheat bread." The Lewis, bill, providing for the Governmentownershlp of telephones In the District, was heartily Indorsed by the association. "The so-called Torrens system of taxation, provid ing for the creation of a Government board, which would have under Its charge the examination of all land grants and deeds, thereby doing away with the expense of having the deeds examined by paid examiners before every land transaction, was referred to the committee on laws. Streets In Need of Repairs. Several streets In Congressional Park were reported as being in need of repairs, and the matter .will be laid before the District Commission ers. It was decided that members of the association would do all In their power to entertain visitors to "Wash ington inauguration week. The meeting last night was held in Donohoe's Hall, 314 Pennsylvania avenue. A. G. Herrman, president, of the association, presided. Inaugural Committee Gladly Will Answer All Your Questions.- If there Is something about the coming Inauguration that you would like to know Information about the purchase of tickets', when to go-to the Monument Grounds to see the fire works, how to decorate your home for the inaugural period, or anything else, these are committees in Washington to enlighten you. Inaugural headquarters are in the New Wlllard Hotel, where Col. Rob ert N. Harper, the chairman,. andAI vln G. Belt, secretary, are located with a corps of assistants and clerks. They will be very glad to answer any question. "o obtain more detailed Informa tion; Washlngtonians may call the following: Receptions-Charles A. Douglas, chairman. Southern building; Frank B. Noyes, vice chairman. Medals and badges, D. J. Callahan, chairman; D. S.. Porter, vice chair man. Public Comfort Major Raymond Pullman, chairman, District BuUdlng; E. Hilton Jackson, vice chairman. Civic Organizations George R. Lin kins, chairman, 1714 Pennsylvania avenue northwest; Dr. Clarence J. Owens, Tice chairman. Street Decorations Frederick D. Owen, chairman, 1418 Pennsylvania avenue northwest; George H. Em mons, Jr., vice chairman. Fireworks Harry King, chairman, 810 Seventh street northwest; Roger J. Whlteford, vice chairman. Reviewing Stands and Privilege's John B. Colpoys, chairman, 604 Fifth street northwest: Charles F. Nesblt, "vice chairman. Hotel Accommodations F. S. Hlght, chairman, New Wlllard Hotel; Prof. Arthur Ramsay, vice chairman. Lafayette Reviewing Stand Tickets E. S. Wolfe, chairman, District Na tional Bank; W. W. Spald, vice chairman. First Southern City to Take Up Pre paredness Movement. The city of Baton Rouge, La, through a committee of Its citizens and officials, headed by Mayor Alex Grouchy, Jr., is the first Southern city to take up the work of preparedness, as suggested by the National Associa tion for Universal Military Training. Lieut. Gen. S. B.'M. Young, U. S. A., retired, president of the Military Or der of the Loyal Legion and of the National Association for, Universal Military Training, the headquarters of which latter organization is in Wash ington, is In receipt of a request from the Baton Rouge municipal govern ment for a plan of organization for preparedness. H 11. Sheets, secretary of the asso ciation, nas forwarded to the mayor of Baton Rouge a plan of organization as outlined at a recent meeting. This was Federation Ebbltt yesterday. "Until there Is real co-operation be. tween parks, schools, and the muni were kept of lack of from early summer, declared Mrs. Rhodes. y" of New Mexico declared yesterday. WASHINGTON'S CAR SERVICE CRITICISED That in' Southeast Section of City Especially Condemned By Citizens' Body. Asserting that street car service In Washington la Inefficient, and especi ally condemning the service In the southeast section of the city, "with in' the very shadow of the Capitol," the Southeast. Citizens' Association last night went on record as deplor ing street railway conditions In the Capital City. The size of a loaf of bread, was the subject of much discussion a't the meeting. It was contended by a few members that at present a loaf of bread may be any sort of "'bread mixture" weighing from six to six teen ounces. Standard "Weight Urged. The association passed a resolution which will be presented to the Dis trict Commissioners, asking them to urge upon Congress the passage of a law making the loaf of bread of a INFORMATION ON TAP BATON ROUGE ACTS URGES OPEN PLAYGROUNDS Mrs. Susie Root Rhodes Says They Should Never Be Closed. "Every equipped plaj ground should be used the entire year around and should not be, as are the school play grounds, closed during the summer." the statement of Mra.H Susie Soot Rhodes, director of play grounds here, before the District of Women's Clubs at the clpal playgrounds, there, can be no general adequate system of super vised play, declared Mrs. Rhodes. Sixty-six school playgrounds which closed last year because' funds should be opened morning until dark all CALLS GERMANS PIRATES. Every national vessel of the cep tral powers Is a pirate. Senator Fall Fall was urging the President be given authority to uao defensive arma ment to repel submarine attacks. Senator Norrls concurred In the opinion. ARRIVALS A Daily Record of Visitors to the National Capital From Every Section of the Country and From Canada and Other Countries As Well. Following Is a list of arrivals at Washington hotels during the past twenty-four hours. The names of the arrivals are listed by States as a method of. easy reference for Washlngtonians who want to get In touch quickly with their friends. ALABAMA. H. C. Underson, Guntsrllle, Capitol Park. nitAZIL. tll. Oulma Noloes, ill. Richmond. Bra- CALIFORNIA. George W. Haien, , Los An- MrTlTs.Wrtrtt San Francisco, Hall. . -William F. Bates, Con gr Eureka, Mrs. G. K. Coleman, , Eureka, Congress n. Lou .8- TSSSSt San Francisco, r " -CANADA. Mrs. S. E. Coneror, Toronto, Capitol Park. Mr. and Mrs. S. W.Kata, Toronto. Capitol PWrk. Mr. and Mrs. W. Bonne, To ronto. Capitol -Park. Mrs. C. W. Bennett, Toronto, Capitol Park. , B F. Seymbur, Toronto, p..olPJk Hamilton. Wlllard. J. Coleman. Montreal. TO1- Mr and Mrs. C. W. van Buren. Montreal, Wl- Mlii Bertha Sheridan, To ronto. Wlllard. W. H. Chllds. Hamilton. Ont Cochran. COLORADO. Paul D. Cook, Denver, Capl- Mr. and Mrs. Ira Taylor, Holyoke. Varnum. J. B. Moling. Denver, WI1- ' lard. teONNECnCIJT. H. B. Tillman, Hartford. WUlard. ,. , Cornell Tillman. Hartford. Wlllard. j. C. Stanley. Bridgeport. Herbert F. L. Allen. Bridge port. WUlaid. John King. Bridgeport. WU- P. L. Plnnkett. Bridgeport, Continental. Mr. and Mrs. George Null, Bristol, Capitol Park. T. E. Edgar, New London, Shoreham. J. W. Cooke. New Lonflon. Shorebam. H. E. Grisbraber, New lon- dta Shoreham. J. B. Doane, New London, Shorebam. MI llaleary. Bridgeport. Lafayette. A. H. Eddy, Hartford. Lin coln. Dr.. C. Lincoln Banks. Bridgeport. Cochran. Wallace D. Da Pre, Bridge port, Cochran. G. W. Welder. New Haven. Raleigh. .. , Mrs. G. W. Welder. New Haven. Jtalelgh. Mils Josephine TIshr Haven. Raleigh. C. S. Reynolds. Marlon, Ebbltt. EJfGLAND. Charlotte Herblm. London, Wlllard. , W. S. Herblm, London, v Wlllard. FLORIDA. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Taylor, Key West, Wlllard. F. B, Lord. JacksenvUla, Sterling. W. C Flemmlnr. Pens. cola, Raleigh. GEORGIA. Ctau ,.. a. flmlth. Atlanta. Continental. C G. Edwards, Savannah, .Congress Hall. Thomas B. Furber, At lanta. Wlllard. Miss C. A. Knight. Rome, Cochran. Mrs. W. W. Gamble, Gam ble, Cochran. ILLINOIS. H. Robert Fowler, Harrls- P. L. Miles, Chicago, Ster-7 img. J. Manbush, Chicago, Win ston. . . George B. Fartiuhars, Chi cago, Continental. E. M. lioraerian, Chicago, Capitol Park. H. W. Shuoch, Chicago. Cap itol Park. Pierce B. Carey, Wilmington, Harris. Miss B. Carey, Wilmington, Harris. Mrs. E. Ryan, Wilmington, Harris. Catherine Tmley, Chicago, Harris. Ross Dlnen. Chicago. Harris. Theo. Smith, Chicago, Har ris. J. L. Winter, Chicago, Var num. Mr and Mrs C. Freund, Chicago Wlllard. S. C. Wheeler, Chicago, Wlllard.' Mr. and Mrs James Ber rell, Chicago, Harring ton. J. E. Hamrey. Chicago. Harrington. A. II. Jensen. Chicago. Eb bltt. Will Davidson. Chicago, Raleigh. C. T. Borne. Chicago, Ra leigh R. I.. Welch. Chicago. Ra leigh. S. fcpttzer. Chicago. Ra leigh. Alen fipltzer. Chicago. Ra leigh. It Golden, Chicago, Ra leigh. T. A Wells, Chlcsgo, Ra. lelgh. James T Chide. Chicago. Raleigh. W T Washburn. Chicago. Raleigh B. V Mevens. Chicago. Rs lelgh Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hadsell, Chicago. Powhatan, INDIANA. H. L. Pelton, Indiana, Har final on. A K Jackson, Terra Haute, Kbbltt. John R. Henry, Tcrre Haute, Kbbltt. Harry C. Harper, Ebbltt. IOWA. M. W. Barlla, Cedar Rapids, St, James. KKMUCKT. Fred Muchler, Lexington. Kbbltt. George Robberts, Lexing ton. Ebbltt. MARYLAND. H Robert Fowler, Baltimore, Oxford. J. H. Crater, Baltimore, Ox ford. Mrs. filacer, Berwyn, Occi dental. F. 8. Burns, Baltimore, Met ropolitan. T. J. llalsey, Baltimore, St, James. C. T. Btanr, Baltimore, St, James. James De Rahe, Baltimore, Atlantic W. A. Ham, Baltimore, Con AT WASHINGTONHOTELS Mr. and Mrs. Jphn Steel, Cumberland, Continental. J. F. Harlman, Baltimore, Capitol Park. W. W. Willis, Cambridge, Capitol Park. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brown, Baltimore. Harris. T. W. Taylor, Westminster, Harris. W. O. Hayden, Baltimore, Harris. W. P. Lawson, Baltimore, National. G. E. Nlchalson, Cluery, Na tional. C. M. Spurrier, Baltimore, National. Max Caplan, Baltimore, Na tional. Bernard Moses, Baltimore, National. Roman Stein. Baltimore. Cochran. iA. E. Sumner, Baltimore, Ebbltt, Dwlght Welgman. Balti more. Ebbltt. Charles H. Sanders. Balti more. Ebbltt, Miss VEb ;iss L. Owen. Baltimore, Ebbltt. C P. Armstrong, Baltl- more. Ebbltt. J. A. FroehUnger, Baltimore, Powhatan. MASSACHUSETTS. "Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Day, Newton. Wlllard. Mrs. Oils Kimball. Boston, WUlard.- W. U. Dobls. Boston, Wll lard. C F. Doble. Boston, Wlllard. Francis E. Young. Boston, Wlllard. Cabin Austin. Boston, Wll lard. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Bray ton. Fall River. WUlard. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Doyle, Boston, Metropolitan. Mr. and Mrs,. J. Dougherty, Boston, St, James. Miss A. M. Hutchinson. Lunenburg. Continental. G. H. Cole, Springfield. Con tinental. Miss Blab-shell, Cambridge; Capitol Parte. Edward R. Nichols. Andover. Capitol Park. Fredk. A, Thornton, Boston, Harris. J. J. GUIls. Boston. Karris. J. N. Eden, Boston, Na tional. R. V. Orme, Cambridge, National. H. P. Woodwortb, Cam bridge. National. E. L. Ring, Pachneta, Na tional. . Mrs. H. T. Jennings, Dor Chester, Lafayette. H. T. Conrad, Boston, Bellevne. Mrs. H. T. Conrad, Boston. -Bellevne. Carl Lamson. Boston. Har rington. . J. M. Monroe, Boston. Har rington. C. F. Guxto, Boston, Eb bltt. - . R. B. Smith. Boston. Eb bltt. George S. Hyman, Jr., Bos ton. Ebbltt. H. P. Homer, Boston, Pow hatan. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Melns. Boston. Powhatan. Hubert F. Fisher, Memphis, Powhatan. MICHIGAN. S. C. Bums, Detroit, Capi tol Park. Mr. and Mrs. H. Cahlll. Detroit, Wlllard. James T. Storges, Detroit, Bellevue. P. R. Miller. Grand Rapids. Harrington. Leo E. Cryderman, Detroit, Harrington. John Slevln. Detroit, 'Ra leigh. Miss E. Conners. Detroit, Ebbltt. MINNESOTA. Mrs. W. O. Hegardt. Da- loth. Wlllard. Miss Hegardt, Duluth, Wll lard. V. M. Comsalee, 8L Paul, Wlllard. J. A.. Tarrney, Winona, Eb bltt. Mrs. Alden H. Potter, Minne apolis, Powhatan. MISSOURI. L. R. Roscbadle, Milwaukee, Metropolitan. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tegun, St, Paul. Continental. A. M. Hill. St. Louis, Conti nental. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Her bert. St. Louis, Wlllard. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Perry, Kansas City. Lafayette. Miss Pauline Perry, Kansas City, Lafayette. W. A. Kursey. Fulton. Eb bltt. MONTANA. Mrs. K. Hamilton. Dodson, Ebbltt. NEW JERSEY. Mr. and Mrs Hsrvey Thom as, South Orange. Wlllard. Major . Charles II. Grant, Summit, Wlllard. Nsaton II. Porter. Newark, Wlllard F. M. Tracy, Newark, Ster ling. Robert -Fnrout. Newark, Metropolitan V Chas Weden, BIoomAeld, Metropolitan. J. T. Douglas, Princeton, St. Jsmes M I). Hogan, Atlantic City, Continental. P. A Cook, Trenton. Conti nental. A, II. Hail. Princeton. Capi tol Park. J C Corn, Boonton, Har ris. Mr and Mrs. Thomas F. Hlleman, Long Branch. Hudron II Ruther. Jr., Ncark, Har Tlnaton. W T Price, Newark, Har rington. Frank Plttlnger, Red Bank, Harrington Mr. and Mrs C. II. Wilson. East Orange, Raleigh. NEVADA. Mrs. C V. Jenkins, McGlll, Wlllsrd. NEW YORK CITY. Mrs. George Whslen, WII. lard. Mr. and Mrs J, 8. Bennett, Wlllsrd. J. A. Howard. Wlllarrt. Herbert E. Bowen. Wlllard. S. G. Green. Wlllard. Mrs. T C Clegg. Wlllsrd. Miss Clegg. Wlllsrd. Mrs A E. Cleg. Wlllard. II. Hlrshrele. Wlllard. K. R. Kohler. Wlllard. George Kolb. Wlllard. P. T. Dodge Wlllard. Christy W. Lyman. Wll lard. A. W. Ferle. Wlllard. V Mr. and Mrs S. A. Drey fus. Wlllard. Miss Flora Luis. Wlllsrd. C Moorlr Ryan. Wlllard. Arthur A. Brown. Wlllsrd. R. K. Lloyd. Wlllsrd. G. Klorboe. Wlllard. Henry M. Hall. Wlllard O. W. Sterling. Wlllard. R. Arkush, Wlllsrd. Miss Arkush. 'Wlllsrd. Mrs. D. J. Hamburg, WII. lara, Frank E. Webb, Shorebam. J. W. Lane, Shorebam. P. M. Leavett, Shorebam. P. C. B. Page, Shorebam. Mae J. Miller. Shorebam. Elliot C. Carodln, Id, Shore bam. R. W. West. Wlllsrd. Mrs. c. J. Oppenhelm, Wll lard. Miss M. Oppenhelm, Wilis L. E." and Mrs. Lynch vviiiara. Bradley and Mrs. Martin, Wlllard; Mrs. Georg A. Harden. WlIlarvL- Forts Kelsh Wlllard. William J. Bawe. Wlllard. H. T. Pomeroy. Wlllard. R. 8. Farnsharn. Wlllard. 8. H. Sheaman, Wlllard. J. H. Allen. Wlllard. Irving Baker. Wlllard. Frederick 8. Allen. Wll lard. James 8. Gerry. Wlllard. E. R. Wakeneld. Wlllard. Mrand Mrs. William Ham burg. Capitol Park, It. H. Stone. Capitol Park. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson. Capitol Park. James L. Morrison, Capitol Park. H. 8. Roberts, Capitol Park. A. L. Shelton. Harris. E. D. Hubberd. Harris. Mrs. L. B. Hammond, Har ris. B. Jackson. Harris. William Berg. Harris. M. Frank. Harris. George D. Moffat. Con. tress Hall. S. A. O. Pllert. Congress H. C. Baldwin. National. W. J. MeGrath. National. J. E. Eenabella. National. A. It. Phillips. National. N. Van Cottf. National. L. Greenbanm. National. M. Fried. National. John Kahn. National. H. Rolekotr. National. Simon Goldman. National. A.j L. De Mendler. National. F. Recleude. Oxford. Mr. and Mrs. P. w. Rad. cliff. Occidental. William L. JIaven. Sterling. A. lUrwell. sterling. A. Braryshaw. Sterling. J. "R. Salt. Sterling. M. Carat. Sterling. J. 61. Ramson. Metropoli tan. R. R. Grant. Metropolitan. F. Crosgrown. Metropolitan. A. U. Brebam, Metropoli tan. 0. W. Vaket. Metropolitan. Charles Freedman. Metro politan. 8. Back. Atlantic Bert 8nyder. St. James. frank Collins, St. James. Mr. and Mrs. F. w. Baker. St James. Charles M. Pope. Winston. John T. Vlckery, Continen tal. Karl Vlckery. Continental. O. P. Schole. Continental. T.-Aubeck. Continental. Henry Buckun. Continen tal. H. H. Dall. Continental. J. A. C. Mott, Continental. Mrs. Mott. Continental. E. J. Prlngle. Continental. F. J. Raymond, Continen tal. Alfred Wells. Continental. R. Allison. Continental. F. O. Smith. Continental. James Clsrkln, Capitol Park. Walter II. Bomes. Capitol Park. Thomas P. Reddy. Capitol Park. Mrs. 8. c. Hensis, Capitol Park. H. E Whltlock. Capitol Park. J. W. Houghton. Raleigh. Arthur L. Stearns. Raleigh. L. H. Grey, Raleigh Edward V. Hutten. Raleigh. Robert Golden. Raleigh. T. L. Snyder. Raleigh. Walter 8 Hunt, Raleigh. Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. 8teln, Ra leigh. Linden O. Bates. Raleigh. A. L. Chapln. Raleigh. R..O. Llsk. Raleigh. Frederick L. Allen. Raleigh. E W. Towns, Raleigh. Thomas w. Tassman. Ra leigh. J. W. Laruway. Raleigh. S. J. Kaiser. Raleigh. A. Rendo. Raleigh. G. Corbel. Raleigh. Mrs O. IL Butler. Raleigh. James A, IL Allerton, Ra leigh. Thomas L. Mount. Raleigh. H. Roueehorfer. Raleigh. P. J. Carroll. Raleigh. Mr. anud Mrs. Thomaa J. Havnes. Raleigh. J. W. Dinner. Raleigh. Mrs. B Hawthorn. Raleigh. Felix Thomaa, Raleigh. M. C. Moore, Raleigh. Fred R. Schwartz. Raleigh. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barton. Bellevue. Miss Markett. Bellevue. H. F. Badgley, Harrington. O A. Powell. Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Selk, Hsrrlngton. H. B. Holsteln. Hsrrlngton. Jsck Frank. Harrington. Fred Stem. Harrington. Joseph Sherman, Harrington. i L. Lewis. Harrington. II II Aahford. Harrington. W W. H. Bergan, Harring ton. ?- M: """ee. Harrington. M. Raymond Denger, Har rtngton. E- J. Pattberg, Harrington. Mrs. P. Nacht. Harrington. Miss P. Nacht. Harrington. 8. L. Collier, Raleigh. C. M Eakle. Raleigh W. II Crowley. Raleigh. Bert Harrison, Raleigh. II. M. Evans, Raleigh. Jack 11. Fleming. Raleigh William L. Trowbridge. Ra leigh. R. E. Montague, Raleigh. Mrs. Charles J. Owen, Rich mond. Miss Flora W. Goodklns, Richmond. W B. Whltlock, Klihltt. Ayre 8. Lakan. Ebbltt. John Palmoro, Kbbltt Mrs Clarkson A. Collins and daughter. Powhatan E. C.. Btebblng. Powhatan. NEW YoniC STATE. M. 8. Pratt. Ponell, Wlllard. 1. W. and Mrs. Wlswall. Balltourfer, Wlllard F ir Davenport, Clinton. Wlllard Martin 8. Decker. Albany, WUlard. Lloyd and Mrs Gareltson. North Yoking. WlllaM L B. Skerry. Brooklyn. Raymond Ware, Ithaca, Shore ham. Mr and Mrs. M. J, Ross, Broklyn. Metropolitan, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jewlll. Buffalo. Capitol Park Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Course. New Rochelle, Capitol J'STK. Donald Johnson, Syracuse. Harris. Mr. and Mrs, Charles P. Reg nail, Loekport. Harris. Miss 8. Ella Regnall. Lock port. Harris. Mrs. R. M. Smith, Lancaster. Harris. , Mrs. G. W. Smith, Lancaster, Harris. R. Leanerworth, Bath, Har ris. 8. Torner. Bath. Harris. Mrs. L. Howe, Buffalo, Con gnu BalL A. J. Kennedy, Brooklyn. riatlonal. Mr. and Mrs. V. Zurnlck, Brooklyn. National. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stein berg, Baffslo, National. E. E. WUgus. Buffalo, Ra leigh. W. Walton, Silver City, Ra- r leian. Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Dearns Rochester, Ra leigh. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Flory; MIddletown. Raleigh. Howard 8. Bailey, KIssen, Raleigh. Miss Mary Sherwood, KIs sen, Raleigh. D. B. Williams, Buffalo, Ra- leigh. i . Frank T. Smith, Buffalo, Ra. leUh. Miss Marietta Bone, Blng bamton, Powhatan. NORTH DAKOTA. Mr. and Mrs. II. Perry, El- lendale. Ebbltt. J. J. Doyle. Fargo. Ebbltt. NORTH " CAROLINA. T. 8. Dldlake, Charlotra, Cochran. Tolmaa Bernard. Green wood, Harrington. Mlnnla Lea Jones, Reedvllle, Metropolitan. Mr. and Mrs. Thomaa R. Allen, Ashevllle, St. James. P. M. Perrescell, New Beln. Continental. J. G. Balrd. jr.. Charlotte, Capitol Park. W. W. Royster, Raleigh, Capitol Park. A. F. Sanes, Winston Salem. Kattnnsl O. W. Loving, Charlotte, Na tional. F. L Stockwel!. Raleigh, Na tional. E. D. Griffin, GreenvHle, Na tional. J. A. Fleming, Ashevllle, National. , ' OHIO. , H. W. Tompkins, Cleveland, Wlllard. F. W. Bolton, "Cleveland. Wlllard. W. E. MacEwen. WUIard." Mrs. Delia 8. Land, Lafftn. Wlllard. W. W. Purcell. Alliance, Wlllard. E. B. King. Sandusky, Wll lard. iMrs. F. Grasselll, Cleveland, WUlard. W. IL 'Burke, Sandusky, Wlllard. Mrs. E. J. Stone. Cleveland, Wlllard. Miss H. O. Stone, Cleveland. Wlllard. Mrs. J. 8. Hitchcock. Cleve land, Wlllard. J. n. Relnhatter. Cleveland. Wlllard. Mr. and Mrs. F. IL Myers. Sandusky. Wlllard. Mr. and Mrs. W. IL Rltter, Sandusky. Wlllard. . Mr. and Mra.j'John R. Squire, Youngstown, Wlllard. L. K. Pollock, Cincinnati, Shorebam. George B. Naaon. Toledo, Continental., Raymond Blanchard, Toledo. Continental. E. Macke, Toledo. Contl- nenul. " Norman Q. Amoheln, Toledo, Continental. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Herman. Akron. Capitol Park. Mr. and Mrs. William Hoff man. Akron. Capitol Park. Mr. and Hn. F. C. Buchler, Lakewood. Harris. IL H. Lang, Cleveland, Harrington. Charles D. Jones, Cleve land. Ebbltt. Fay E. Uaien. Cleveland, Ebbltt. Mr. and Mrs. O. Moretd, Somerrille. Ebbltt. Edwsrd 8. Peake, Colum- bus, Ebbltt. OKLAHOMA. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Glles pin. Tulsa. Wlllard. -. R. E. Stafford, Oklahoma. Capitol Park. R. C. Allen, Muskogee, Con gressHall. OREGON. J. B. Winter, Portland. Na tional. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Smith, Portland, Powhatan. PANAMA.. R. K. Adams, Powhatan. PENNSYLVANIA W. O. add Mrs. Speer, Pittsburgh. Wlllsrd. James B. King, ' Philadel phia. Wlllard. Archibald B. . Hubbard. Philadelphia. Wlllard. C. II. and Mrs. Schlscks, Philadelphia. Wlllard. , A. W. Glbbs, Philadelphia, Wlllard. J. M. Load, Bethlehem, Wlllard. S. Frederick Grieg. Phila delphia. WUlard. D. S. Brown. Pittsburgh, Wlllard. Col. John T. Thompson. Chester. Wlllard 11. L. Frenert. Philadel phia. Wlllard. HOWARD UNIVERSITY FETE Institution to Celebratelt Fiftieth' Anniversary. The fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the school will be cele brated tomorrow and the rest of the week at Howard University. The celebration will be In the nature of a sociological conference, noting the fifty years' progress of the colored race. The chief event of the conference will be a mass meeting tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock In Convention Hall upon the "Significance of the rifty Years of History iof Howard University and of the Advance-of the Colored Race With Which It Is Con nected.'" Secretary of the Interior Lano will be the principal speaker. All graduates of Howard University have been asked to attend, and may secure tickets from Prof. N. r. Adams, at the Information bureau of the uni versity. POSTPONES PULLMAN HEARING The hearing on the protest of Nor man T. Whltakcr, of this city, against existing Pullman car rates between hero and New York, scheduled before Kxamlncr Gerry, of tho .Interstate Commerce Commission, has been post poned Indefinitely upon the rrqtient of the Pullman Company. Mr. Whit aker alleges In his brief that rates from Washington to New York arc higher than from New York to Chi cago, a longer distance. AUTOMOBILES Motorcycles and Accessories as",',"',"" ACCESSORIES. National Electric Supply Co 1238-1200 N. Y. Ave. R. H. Patch. Philadelphia. Wlllard. J. F. Meigs. St. David. Wlllard. J. J. Sherman, Philadelphia, Sterling. A. W.-Oraham, Philadelphia. Sterling. Meyer 8. Kohen. Philadel phia. Sterling. Samuel Sefee. Philadelphia, Sterling. 8. E. Handy, Philadelphia, Sterling. Grace Brown, Elk Lick. Metropolitan. Nell Statltr, Elk Lick, Metropolitan. Mr. and Mrs. L. Innls. Mc Capsvlile. Metropolitan. J. A. Davis, Philadelphia, Metropolitan. J. A. Herb, Philadelphia. Metropolitan. Charles Berryman, Philadel phia. Metropolitan. D. K. Dana. Philadelphia, "St. James. Mrs. Raff, Philadelphia, St, James. J. T. Howensteln. Phlladel- hls, St- James, ra B. Moore, Philadelphia. Continental. Ethel Reld. Philadelphia. Continental. E. II. Irwin. Philadelphia, Continental. J. 8. Pole, Pittsburgh, Continental. B. B. Rankin. sPIttsburgh, Continents!.. James K Young, Philadel phia, Continental. W. A. Armstrong. Phlladel nhla. Continental. George HellawelL Phlladel. poia, i-vnuneniai. 11. G. Haasler. Enla,.Harrls. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Buehler, Lancaster. Harris. Hugo Sarol, Phlladetphla, Harris. R. A. SUU. Philadelphia. Harris. ,. F. A. Mathews. Philadelphia. -Harris. . W. T. Walsh, Philadelphia. Harris. John M. Monir, PlttsCargh, Congress Hall. Mrs. George Lamberton Craft, Warren, Congress Hall. 1 M. C. Kelly. Braddock, Na- UonaJ, ' O. J. Barry. Philadelphia, National. B. Dash. (Philadelphia- Na tional. " . J. McCIIntock. Harrlsburg, National. J.i Tbanhouser, Philadelphia, National. W. E. Anderson. Philadel phia; National. W. H. Wriler.. Philadelphia, NaUonaL , E. a- Allen. Philadelphia, National. H. M. Hanaway, PhUadel- phla. National. W. E. Carpentar, FhlUdel- pbla, NatlonaL M. S.. Boush, Philadelphia, NaUonaL B R, Wyetb, pblladelpbla. NatlonaL J. C. Levengood, Wayne, Na tional. M. T. Bowler, Philadelphia, Harrington. Dave M. Goldstein. Phlla- aelphla. Harrington. B. S. Relchbel, Philadelphia. Harrington. C. M. Kelley, Philadelphia. Harrington. 8. 8. Kline, Philadelphia, Harrington. N. E. Planklnhsjn. WUlIams port, Harrington. N. D. Terrell, Philadelphia, Raleigh. H. K. Carpenter, Philadel phia, Raleigh. Wm. Hendrte Lloyd, Phila delphia, Raleigh, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Cleve land, Philadelphia, Ra leigh. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Ball. Philadelphia. Raleigh. O. K. Borda. Philadelphia, rtaieign. Henry Broese, Philadelphia, Balelgh. Carroll Blngwanger, Phila delphia. RalelguT Paul J. Hogan. Philadelphia. Raleigh. lion. Wm. 8. Vare, Phila delphia, Raleigh. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith, Sewlcklevk Raleigh. Edward Barnes, Sewlckley, Raleigh, J. L. Urwln. Philadelphia, Ebbltt. Mr. and Mrs. Brill. Philadel phia. Ebbltt. T. Alexander, Philadelphia, Ebbltt. T. R. Relley, Philadelphia; Ebbltt. tlr. and Mrs. Finch. Phila delphia. Ebbltt. . W. Mermond. Philadel phia. Ebbltt. B. C Doyle. Philadelphia, Ebbltt. F. W Godfrey, Philadelphia. Ebbltt. W. W Rundor. Philadelphia, Lincoln. Peter Masuccl, Glenolden. Ebbltt. R. D. B "Wright, Philadel phia, Powhatan. C. E. Ebrey, Philadelphia, Powhatan. A Show For the Ladies SOUTH CAROLINA. J. R. Klngle, Greensville, metropolitan. M. C Morris, Greensville, NatlonaL SOUTH DAKOTA. T. R. Walker, Sioux Falls. National, TENNESSEE, J. D. Delben, Chattanooga, Harris. TEXAS. Mlaa F. Tenley, La Graff, i Winston Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Arnold, ion worm, national. . VERMONT.. Mlsa Marlorle Hllllard. Hyds Park, Cochran, - VIRGINIA. ThomV X;.,.Da?mMn' 1Uch mood, WUlard. W. v.. Kemp. Richmond, J?"X- ..- t, Norfolk. Wlllard. J. W. Warden, Suffolk, WU- Otla Menser. Big Stone Gap,' Wlllard. .... Wllfard. . D. E.- llarer. lUchmond. Harrington. lufJijnrt buaton n Mrs Green. Warrington, Richmond. T. D. Raury, Richmond, Har. iiusju.. EbhitL ' W. A. Blocknell, Roanoke, E?.MtS .. ,..t.K Sterling. 'starling. M. F. Poyntxr'Rognoke. Mat- wr0PN.U,Batta, Richmond, MettvpolitanT '"c T. Scalding. Roanoke. .Met- repoiitarr. I .corralled him and Solly has been un- WMetroooUtan ' Wmma, der n,a manaE;ement erer since, al I. Jenmngs. Roanoke. At! though his services have been sought Untie. ' by some leading theatrical producers. M. t"d JiiL "1ve nd mny funny experiences, 8 STTUfer?' Purctlivme. ! the comedian to a reporter to st. James. (day. "I've. been mistaken for many B. W. Bell, Jr.. Stanton, St. j people, but the funniest thing that Jatns. J. J. De Joryce, .Hamton, Continental, T. H. De Graffenreld, Rich. mond. Capitol Park. Wm. C. Sean, Lynchburg, BarrU. . M. A. Grey, Richmond, Har ris. C. S. Wright, .Richmond. Harris. ' Nellie Smith, Norfolk.. Con tress Hall. , Mamie Smith, Norfolk, Con gress Hall. H. A, Adsms. Roanoke, Na UonaL - F. F. Engle, Roanoke. Na tional, ' A. M. Cameron, Roanoke, National. -F. D. Willis, Newport News, National. J. B. Salmon, Richmond, nuiDIHI, ' to ctaflmm C!hariotesvllle. National. II. C. Watklns, Richmond, National. S. L. Ledman. Richmond, NatlonaL 1 E. M. Sperrlck.' Richmond, National. II. Goodman. Norfolk. Na tlonaL B. Kannenky, .Norfolk. Na tional. . . R. H. Lmnnman. Harrison burg, National. . W. J. Fischer. Petersburg, National. J. A. Emlllan. Lynchburg, National. UTAH. M. R. Kokel. Salt Lake , City, Harrington. WALES. L. J. Flrch, Florence, Capi tol Park. WASHINGTON. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hooper. Seattle, WUlard. WBST VIRGINIA. J. G. Bradley, Dundon, Sboreham. .. , . A. W. Clary. Martlnsburg. Metropolitan. M. 8. Hall. Morgantown, Continental. M 'A. Garlosrl Morgaptown, Continental. R. 8. Oardner, Parkersburg, ICtlnTial C. n Welmer Keywr, Na UUUStli WISCONSIN. Mr. and Mrs. H. a. Mor ton. Milwaukee. Wlllard. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Orafrey, Milwaukee. Wll lard. W. A. Godfrey. Milwaukee. Wlllard. Mr and Mrs. R. Richards son. Milton. Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Sell, Mil waukee. Continental. F. D. Ensign. Rltr Palls, Capitol Park. N QUARTET TO ENTERTAIN Will Sing Wednesday Evening at Harmony Lodge Concert. The Musurgla Quartet will sing Wednesday evening at the, concert to be given by Harmony Lodge at the Masonic Temple. The program will be: Sextet from "Lucia," "Greeting to Spring," "Somewhere a Voice Is Calling." "Swing Along." and the quartet from "RIgoIetto," to be given by the quartet. The solos will be "Border Ballad," Richard Backing; "Break of Day," Mrs. William T. Reed; and the prologue to "Pagll accl," Karl Carbaugh. On Saturday evening the quartet sang at the concert given by the rraternlty Band of Master Masons. GAYETY " " - "' ' a. i-.fi S'BBBBBBBBsBrV ' "" ""X" " vQHnSBBBBBBISBBBBBBBBBBBn X ' hi Js9B,i,s911....lll SHANGHAIED FROM VAUDEVILLE STAGE Solly Ward Attracted I of Burlesque FJromoters.WhiIe , In Washington. If unusual to be kidnaped for ransom, or shansbaled for a sailor. ut Holly Ward, the funny little . , , comedian, headlining; at the Oayety Theater this week, had usual experience of all kidnaped for burlesque. It all happened here at the Oayety Theater In WashlnKton several years ae;0 when Mr -ward to u,6 city In a vaudeville sketch. sidered a "And" by local producers and by a clever bit of strategy they Induced Solly to leave vaudeville, where he had won popu- larity, and enter the burlesque Held, where his success has notnenaL It waa Just four yeara ago that the Oayety comedian career behind burlesque Debnt WItk "Dandy 'Solly Ward made his dabut with, the "Dandy Olrli Company." where his work attracted the attention of Blutch Cooper; who Is ever on ther alert for new talent. Mr. Cooper ever happened to me was on the Sullvan "& Considlne circuit several years ago. We were mistaken for moving picture actors and pinch ed fori being on the street without a license. , ' v .Didn't Have License.' "You see, it was 'on a holiday Just like we are going to find here nest Saturday night and the house waa offering a continuous program. "We were given brass checks to go 'to a nearby restaurant and' gat lunch. Aa we started out from the stage entrance in our make-up a boy hollered "There's the movie actors. and a cop stopped the wanted to see our license for doing f"ice. " their numerous testimonials moving picture stunts. great aeai pi explaining to ger. swaj. Likes a Friendly Bant. Mr. Ward spends his summers at Rockaway Beach, where he has a a lurjy aUa UIJT MliWHIalills m n At v vuiu ac suburban home. -He is a patron of ment and cause gas to form, and I all sports, finding equal recreation was In constant misery. My liver was . i . i .t In bad shape, and caused me to be- in motoring, awimmlng, rowing, bowl- come Tery atar at time: i had lng. pool, and baaebalL But the headaches, and waa so nervoua Icould funny comedian admit, he I. .lightly ,& iVnfy drcr.tFoS'lo prejudiced In favor of a friendly fa fact, my- entire system wa In a round with the gloves. "He Is well- badly run down condition. I had known among New York's sporting .heard and rt ad so much about rant fraternity nnd like, nothing- better '"ow1 & &" .J.a than to sneak Into a aldejtreet gym-' ut wiu,ont the slightest dlstresa. naslum and pull on the glove, for a'i sleep well, have no more headaches, little bout with some of the leading or am not. constipated. I am feeling fighters who make their big city. AMERICAN NATURALIZED . Farmer Who Had Farm In Canada - Finds Ceremony Necessary. ' The. solution of the paradox, "When Is an American - not an American," has .Just been discovered by -Benno Wleler, born in Nebraska, and more recently engaged as a farmer In Can ada. . Wleler went to Canada some yeara ago, and in order to obtain a patent on a farm there, became a naturalized citizen of Great Britain. A few weeks ago he returned to this coutnry and tried to enlist In the United States marine corps, but. was rejected as an alien. The .Secretary 'of Labor was ap- pealed to and decided would be required to go same procedure as a forelgneryin .or- from colds or congestion. And it acts,, der to become a citizen agkln. He did. at oncc, MusteXOle isa dean, white "wS" VrhVwoad not change g"ft jl f nationalities again for a farm. Better than a mustard plaster and does tnot blister. Used only externally, and ARBITRATOR APPOINTED j JtSSSL ! v Excellent for sore throat, bronchitis. Stenographers' Union Asks A. F. of croon, stiff neck; asthma, neuralgiai L. to Name Conferee. congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, Imn- Merobers of the Stenographers, bago,all pains and aches of the back: Typewriters, Bookkeepers, and A.- l?. pmS$mUSTJS' t 2 ..slants' Union said today they were SAffevh nfLZllS ... .i.ii., m..!,-. h.i. . test fit often prevents pneumonia). move In their controversy- with the American Federation of garding wage Increase demands. Following the dismissal of twelve men and women who Joined In the demands for S12 as a week's pay and seven hours as a day's work, the union by a close vote decided to re- JASE COOPER PRESENTS Burlesque's Funniest Dialect Comedian The Sam Bernard of Burlesque SOLLY WARD ROSELAND GIRLS A Show of Fun, Music and Refinement EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION THE BIG FOUR SPECIAL: 3 SHOWS MARCH 3rd ss 1:45 5:00 aid 8:15 P.M.' Attention of the controversy. T. the most nn when ha was He was con theatrical been phe HECOMMENTQN , lcine so effective In combating those began his footlights. Girls." immediately In Seattle MR3. party and It took a ahowt home In the meeting tne duclng and tnls remeay. 'K headache that Wleler gers of "headache medicine. Ketieves through, the headache and Labor re AND THE sort to arbitration rather than ft strike for a settlement of, the que- tlons.at issue. Mlsa Margaret Stewart, secretary of the union, "iald today she notlfled Samuel Oompers, president of the federation, last Thursday that the union had chosen an arbitrator' aael requested that he also appoint an ar bitrator for discussion and settlement a HlfnENT Washington LadyHas But One Agent to Thank For Good Health, Plant Juice. Plant Juice la new. ' In "a brief time it has sprung Into world-wide nromlnance. There Is no known md- prevailing ailments, wnicn are sap ping the life and energies of. city iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl 11,1 ittt iif9B 9y't '' JB 'jfSBavSBBaBsK BURTON SNELL people, namely, stomach and nervous disorders." Many men and women who have Suffered from stomach, liver, and kidney trouble, are now eniovlnir nerfect health, due to Plant in a recent interview, airs, jranon. SnelL or No. 171S North Capitol Street, Washington, who has many friends and acquaintances here, said: "For some time I have suffered with Indigestion, could hardly retain any food In.my stomach, aa It would fer- fine and my friends have all remark ed how well I am looking. I give all credit to "Plant Juice for my re covery to--health and will recommend It wherever,! can." Plant Juice acts'almost like magic In stomach trouble, gas, fermentation heavy, distressed feeling after meals and on retiring. It attacks and de stroys all poisons in the blood, cor rect, diseased conditions of the liver and kidney, and restores them to nor mal condition. The Plant Juice Man Is at Tha People's Drug Store, corner of 7th and E streets N.W where he la daily local dudiic. ana iniw explaining the merits of aoiu DRIVE AWAY HEADACHE Rnb Masterole on Forehead and Temples remedy without the dan- that miserable feeling All This Week saHHHHHU.sianHHfca. V .