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MAJOR 6. If. SPORT Awards Made to Seven Players After Executive Board Takes Action. SEASON IS SUCCESSFUL Team Composed of Young Play ers Who Will Return for Next Season. - Hasketball has been made a major sport at Georgetown Vnlvernlty. The executlte board of the Ceorcetown lhiverplty Athletic .y.oriation in pes Mon todav at the Hilltop passed an amendment to the constitution put tins basKetball on a liar with base ball, track, and football. For the tlrfct time In the history of the Ramr at Georgetown cn play ers. Including Manacer Ien J. Dillon, will be able to near letters for bas ketball The reahon has been an iinumin.lly Riiccc..ifiil one. Coached by John O'llellly and composed of practically untried material the lilue and C!ry team came through with but one de feat In the city thin weaepn. , Aside from the number of victories, the year uas successful financially. On the floor Georgetown defeated Gal laudet twice, tJctirce Washington twice, JIt St- Joseph's. St. John's Col lege, and lost to the Navy, St. John's, Seton Hall, and Trlnitj. Awards were made to Bob O'Lone, captain, Frank Fees, Jim McN'ulty, K1 Cashln. Henry O-Jtoyle. Jim OTloyle, J. Kelltter, and I.en Dillon. O'Lone is the only member of the team who has played three J ears. Next year's team has an unusually bright outlook. Several players not awarded letters this reason will be back next year. PROS ARE COMING Best Golfers Stop Here , on Way North From Florida. The best professional golfers in the country, if not in the world at present, will stop here for a sched uled professional tournament April 3, at Columbia Cduntry Clnb. JImmie Barnes, Mike Brady. Walter Hagen, Gil Nichols, Tom XIcN'amara. Wilfred Heid. Jim Donaldson. Nipper Campbell, Bob MacDonald, and Jock Hutchinson will be numbered among the visiting professionals. All of the local profeslonals plan to take part In the matches. There will be a thirty six hole medal play match in the morning. Foursome matches are being considered for afternoon play. "A purse of consider able size has been gotten up here TOMORROW'S BOWLING. National Capital League- CaRinos Southeast Stars, at Casino, District League Hpyals vs. Good fellows, at Royal. Alexandria City League Old Do minion vs. Snorters, at Alexandria. Anacostia League Tllghlunds vs. Maplegetters, at Anacostia. Bureau of Engraving and Printing League Beds vs. Examiner., at Katli sKeller. Capital City League l!uLkee.i s. Indians, at Rathskeller Government Printing office league Building vs. Foumlr. Pres vs. Monotype. Hinder) vs. Clerk, at Na tional Capital. Navy Yard league Radio s. Tor pedo, at Capitol Hill. Fourteenth Street League Aalons s Speedways, I'oslofflce Cluh league Substitutes Mailing, at I'otolTlce. Red Men league Ou'eol.i vs. Mineola, ligan is. Idaho, White Eagle s. Seneca, at Jitne)s. Southern Railway League Audi tors vs Tie and Timber, Passenger Traffic Law. Managers vs. Treas urers, at Palace Connnerrial 1-aMgue Hiy-ht . Co. s Pfennig Star, at Palace. Clllr! I eague Ctduinhlas Vis. olixes. at National Capital. Masonic League King David s. Xcacla. I.ebanoii ts. Stausbur), at Royals. Departmental League Treasury vs. i ommerce. at Palace. Columbia Leamie llosedales s. Cannons, at Columbia. Capitol II II league Br an's Lunch n iiennnnias. at Capitol Hill 4 Weslmm-HT la-.mue Ki-iN s l.lues. ilrtens s. Whites, at Southeast Free Trial in Your Home! Phone Main 7320 Sew-Motor, the machine with the fee placed ai rest on the treadle aird regulates speed from-1 to l.noo stitches a minute by the simple pressure of one foot. Does not have to be detached to close the machine. (It folds inside of the drophead models) COSTS ONE CENT A DAY FOR ELECTRIC CURRENT ESAdd this Westinghouse appliance to your home comforts! Carroll Electric Co. 714 12th St. Maui7320. AUTO FOR EACH POLICEMAN Chief Find, pffieers Are Able to Do Much Better Work. KEIIKULUV, Cal., March IS. Every policeman in Berkeley now has an au tomobile which he uses on his beat. Police Chief August Vollmer made this arrangement some time ago and has found after a period of exper -mentation that It works very well. The city pays SUS a month and fur nishes gasolene and oil. while the Po licemen furnish the machine. The machine carries a Are extinguisher, a first aid kit and an emergency lad der. All persons arrested In minor cases are carried to jail in the police man's own car. Chief Vollmer finds that the men are able to cover more miles per hour, that the pollOman is able to reach a point much quicker, that he is able to Investigate cases much better and that he Is equipped to meet emergencies on his beat. BLACK SEA FLEET BACKS REYOLDTION Russ Naval Commander An nounces Support of Pro visional Government. GENEVA; March 18. The Russian Black Sea fleet lias announced its support of the new Russian provis ional government, according- to dis patches reecived Here tonij ht via Sofia. LONDON, March 18. England's. In terest tonight In the Russian revolu tion centered, first. In the changes presaged by it In the war and, sec ond, its effect n Germany. Of the developments which are still concealed In doubt tonight was what had become of the Czar and his fam ily. Pctrograd djspatches did not re veal his whereabouts or his condition. Nor did they confirm reports here In London that the Czarevitch; who has been ill for several da'ys with scarlet fever, had died. The whereabouts of the Czarina were not told. One report received here via Sweden, said the new govern.nent had transferred the former royal family to one of the Czar's palaces In Crimea, under special military guard. ROMANOFF MYSTERY SOLVED Massachusetts Man Reveals Real Truth of Russian Abdication. SPRINGFIELD, Ma- March 18. The mystery of what became of tne head of the famous Romanoff family was solved at police headquarters to day. A dilapidated, elderly person, carrying himself In regal style, with a beer bottle for a scepter, admitted that he was Czar Nicholas. "I am the, Czar. I have come to America to breed a feeling of patriot ism. 1 am also Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean: Cleopatra, Kirig -George, and the ghost of Ilerbie Fischer." The "czar" said: "What we need In this country is patriotism. Hur rah for the Stars and Stripes and down with King Alcohol! We shall all be l.lnps before King Alcohol!" SMUGGLFFOOcTm" HORNS " Musicians Betrayed By Odor, Ar rested at Frontier. VCVKY.. Switzerland. Marrli IS On of tho frontier etiard posts wan thrown into an uproar n fe u da acu when what ha inc bn rfr rtd to tin thr hi rat est rmuKKMnK scheme practically betrayed Itself to the officials. The member of thf i Mannheim OrrheiHra. returning1 to iGermanv after a lour ir (.rrmau Svi itzertand with ilerr ...chard J;Slrai.M, were the perpetrator CiiMoiiih guard aininln;r thf bajj ga?f of the tourlntt noticed pectilnr Fmellft emanating from the varlou musical Instrument carried by the party. Trombone exhaled the odor of 8auatre: tuba aniHIed like moKd mat aiyl ellos seemed to have ex handed their reblnou odor for that of iare rhr p. No careful examination was neoI todelop the fart that the iniisU ln hail Mtuffed their lntrumen,t with deliracie of ewry dfM-i iptfon. The food a eont) seated and the tourist ri primaiuled. HOTEL BURNS. i;OIFi;. Id.. ho. Manh 18 -Fire to rl,iv li.ifll damaged the Slierm.iii- house. fMMitoii.ihle fanillt hotel here tine tii.iii N reported mlHliiK and ; number KUffered injur $15 $5.00 Cash $2.50 Monthly With it sewing becomes a pleasure instead of a task. You do away with back breaking pedaling. You at tach it, without tools, in a jiffy, to any make machine. Heft driven (canont slip or wear like a cogwheel). Operator sits naturally :-.t AMBULANCE CORPS' .ORGANIZED IN D.G. Undergraduates of Georgetown, Geo. Washington, and Cath olic Universities Enrolled. Undergraduates of Georgetown. George Washington, and Catholic Universities, at a mass meeting in the Willard Hotel esterday. organized a District motor ambulance corp. About 000 college men were present The roster of the compa ly was filled. Dr. Ryan Devereux, uf Georgetown University Jtedlcal School, who has had ten ears' experience as a United Statei army surgeon, is a leader In the movement. The meeting was call ed at his suggestion. Dr Dcereux. was made captain. His lieutenants are Dr. Scott Breckinridge, West rolnt and Georgetown Medical grad uate: Dr Alfred F. Hopkins. George town Medical, and Dr K Wnsman, George Washington UniversKv. "This la distinctly a Washington body." said Dr. Devereux. "Health rivalry In scholarship, debating nnd sports Is a desirable thing for the Capital's colleges, hut when it comes iOFRETTlCKETS TO CR ANDAITS FOR YOU PURCHASED AND PAID FOR BY THE WASHINGTON TIMES This Week' Robert Warwick in "A Girl's Folly." Bryant Washhrn-in "Skinner's Dress Suit." For the' four best letters from. Times readers stating why you would trade -ith bne of i i j. 10 eatjn oi iour persons. evenins and 1 should not exceed one hundred words J Tickets .must be called for not later FIED' ADVERTISING MANAGER. THE WASHINGTON TIMES. ,' Old Straw HATS Ilebloeked Kqnal to Xtw We can re block your o 1 d mllan. hem. and chip hats in the New Spring Styles, with the bet work that can be had. o thev will look a. rood a. new hats. Ol.n hTOAW HATS C'l.KAMiD. r.i;iii.iK-i:i. i:t:si:i:i) AMI IlKinUIl Panama and leRhorns cleaneJ Dleached and blocked by epertc- Headquarters ror tne new siyie. In ladies' buckram, rice net. French elastic and wire hat frames. Made to order any size or style. Ladies' Capital Hat Shop S08 11th St. N. W. Phone 'Tain K122 "Our Work Is (Jur Imputation." SI Daily Hours, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Phone N. 4387 DR. WALDO Dental Office Plates That Are Guaranteed to Fit and Give Satisfaction. Gold, Silver, and Porcelain Fillings; Gold Inlaid Work. NO PAIN NO HIGH PRICES DR. WALDO, Dentist S. E. Cor. 14th and U Sts. N. W. Phone North 4387 in hit u.iim; ii an III II" I UN TIllMI -1IIIIS Twl'lp t'm s '"'i1 "'"'uf f"'?ryyrf8 i i i. 'liuMi ii. if, i inii.iiiiii'i. jeftCl in hi. n ACME WAGON CO. (Wash. Branch) 310 Pa. Ave. N. W. Phone Main 1272 R. L. WATERS, Manager Factory, Emigsville, Pa. DON'T BE A 'tin; n. is i our . piiiini t i: it 'riti M. sTIIIt'l'l.l M ll:NTII'H . l.rl1 . !. r"' "i "i .... .iini r- lll.UMI 1 I Mll:llS-IIMII ami ....... .... k.. kint.ii. .....i .... .. ...w !. t II II I l. " ... iiirriM i:ii un luMt ti.iKe or iiiMii ip'iiti rm:i:. i.m ,a9 .M.I. M IIIMII.s c.r lll:l.l(. now lll'4 tll.M.i: Til IT all II.Mi:Ts are the itit JP t iTi:nri:iti:ri IX-MII II. I I. VI ION ,,f ( HMMMi tind i:sr.N'ii ti. to iii:ii.tii i'i.i ins ,,r n,,. mun ,, ih,. ins. i;si:ii iht. nnd U'at im tiii:tmi:'i tii vt wii.i. ur.sroiti; the Clllt I I.VTIIIN or Un III.OOII. Ar, o Hi,. MII1.. ., 1:1.111 1 ti: the 'lih'lii r ti.. ill.m otiii lir.si'iiiii: in; ii'ii ., those iii:mi:ii iii:i.ii:i-' elaeuin-t. Prof. H. N. D. Parker, B. C. Miller, M. D. Iloiimt III n. m. l H p.m. M Milt, , n, 3 t tlfflre. 7HI-7I.-. Iliind UulldlllK. THIS l l.liol) l'nr I'lllsT Tlli:TMi:T Geo. T. Markward PAPERHANGING and PAINTING . 825 F St. N.E.Ph. Line 2079 to serving one's country all thoughts of rivalry should he banished. "The corps Is no ptace for molly coddles. Its work Is In the first line of communication between the nrlng line and the first aid station It Is a dutj that gives a chance to.dlsplaj ability and perform a great humani tarian work. It Is not merely one of trying to sae life, but Trom the military point of view It Is one of getting men In condition to return to the front." . DRINKS POISON AT CHURCH. ST. LOUIS, March 18. Mrs. Dortha Dorlin, tweritj seven jears old, wife of Charles IJorlin, a baker, attempted nleirie hv drinking carbolic acid on the steps of Christ Evangelical Church. Mrs. Dorlin had been miss ing from home since last Friday and a search was being made for her "by relatives and friend". No trace was found of her until the Kast St. Louis police were notified of her attempted suicide Mrs. Dorlin was found uncon scions on the steps by Father C. It. Henlel, pastor. She was taken to St VIneent'sOlospltal. and Is In a critical condition. FEWER MOTOR LICENSES. uiKiirvf. March 18. The number of automobile licenses Issued In Great Britain and Ireland is only about hair what It was before the war In 1014 there were KH.WKI registered motor vehicles of all kfnds; the total for the following year was only 300.000, and for 1010, about 323,000 mu. ...:n;n introra rin np nuniiHnen in mis Hamp anace iicai. ni"" ...-.- --- - . - - YOUR OLD STRAW HIT $2C7Si Reblocked Equal to New! Ocnernl renorallnic f I IK klndx or Hemp. Slllnn. I.eichorn. I'orto Itlran. anil Ilauekok Hat .sprelnl attrnllon to the bleacu lnr anil blarklac of PANAMA HATS M'ltING 3IOli:i.H--naekrnm Hire .et and Wire Kramen Made tu Order While Ion Walt. ViennaHatFastory I'hone 31. 073H. 3lnnafae(urrrN and IJewljmem 43T. 11th Street . iv. lf ll'ii a "at. We fon Ho It." H Sunday Hours, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. i Phone N. 4387 S. E. Cor. 14th & U SU. N. W. iim: Acme No. 750 Body, Panel Side ..d . limit of Jin rr I ililU .'Millll.ll'ti It olllv trip to our wiiri'limiKi- to ..i, ii i . . ii lli it tile V i i t'ltilnii.: nit Hie nun.. nniliH riirnUhed ll Ml 1'ord eciit DEAD ONE! V INSURE YOUR LIFE-NOT DEATH By Consulting Us No Charge for Same The Vacuum Neuropathic Treatment Eliminates Disease and Restores Health After Every Other Means Has Failed, and ili . r wtut in.i: ltl i.ts ,(ie mill tTi ii 1 1 .ii.i i:t. wiiii. i: .".. -"i1-.!. I l'l'lll:i I TI.I. IT tiiti.t... k.v... i .IK I'- thut Tlll.l N TI II l. . - iii:iti.n i. iiimiki.i: .mil sistt. aRTB W iii:iinm IIOII1I DIU'Olt ti.nc ii(ii'i.iii.c; M DECLARES GUNMEN OPERATE TROLLEYS Tax Reform Association De mands Municipal Control of Street Railways. "Women are dally Insulted. "Thieves and gunmen run the street cafs. - "The city Is being robbed, and the safety of the people needlessly ex' poicd. "i:vc-ry patriotic citizen will resent the Importation of ex-convicts to take tfcc place of law-abiding workers." These were statements by If. Mar tin Williams, head of the Tax Reform Association, which met In the IMbllc Library last night and passed reso lutions asking the Government to take ocr the street railway. In the District Mr. Wlllllm placed charges' of "willful disregard of public duty, '.'Im portation of thieves and ex-convicts" and disregard for offlcialyauthorlty ' against the jt'ashlngfbn Hallway anJ Electric Company. The resolution adopted by the as sociation petitions the District Com - - - . - - : r. nJi " t- iot Last Week's Winners Alexandria. Va., J-lS-r?. Claxlflrd Adrertlsins Manager. Tne Vih Inston Tlme Dear Sir- I am demonitratlns- fireclay teapots In Washington and. vicinity. Occa- jllonally a houaekreper will break a piece 'off of the apont of tVe teapot Upon being (Informed, I aliraya) recommend Begin, ce ment. aa In my estimation Itegina cement aurpaaaea alt other qualltlea of cement. Aa 1 find hen I rtpalr a teapot. It will not only cement the piece on eo that it will last, but will positively keep It from leak ing. Vary truly. II. T. MEAK1.V i ; North Fairfax at. Tn Classified Advertising Manager, The Times. Washington. l. " Dear hlr: Who has uot alept on old or parked.down hair or felt mattreasca. aa.l resolved never to have sucl beds in their home? It la now not neceastry, as the BaKle Ileddlng Company. 110 Seventh sirritf, will renovate your mattress for JI.Sb. and for 10 eenta more have the tick Hunderrd. Thla Insures an airy, comfort able bed. free from dust and uncomfort able lumps, which Is essential to health as well as comfort They recently renewal a hair mattreaa for me, and 1 am more than .satisfied. Try them. Truly joura. Manh It. Hi:. B-M F- SOI Fourth st. S. V., Washington, D. C, March It. Hit. Tho Claaslcrd Advertising Manaaf, The Washington Times. Dear Hlr: Being a regular reader of The Tlme I notlrad Walfonl's adverllaeroeot for boja- -llotjanu IlulMrr." A few weeka en 1 tried In eiery department atore to eel a vl of the -Melcano." but It was a complete failure. I IhmiKht I would try Walfonl a one day. J found r?arll what 1 wanted. This set lias proven ery snecesfut. a.id I will rec ommend Walford's goods to an) one. Voura MARat'KIIITK UOTbCH. Muri'h 11. 1911 C1jII!iI .dtt mains ll.naiter. The Waah in.luli Tin Hear Hlr t lonslaiit reader of j The W.isliln m, I inllliually n-- tlreil the .id. - inMll uf the 1'eiiple ! 1 phiilsterlnc i uniiany. nrflee lol Jinlfer i I. .11.11. .i h...iiih .iii.l t) slrerlM northwest IUiImk a-ime furnllure nhicb needed lu b r-uphalsfrnd. I f"r them V. lien lhr lu.! in. lb prlii- tlie were ST"lns uxharsi. i.hjIiI hanlly b!lee mirir iMiilise I ! n rlif.p. When the rulle iraa Tr Ivrnid In me I did not know uhelher it was a brand f"W suite ur the imv I sent them I ron n'cnmmend them to anjrolie n-intlnK tn liar their furniture reupliiila iritl ur slip inters made, uura truly 1121. f.rntli street nrlhesl. It, Weekly Payments Buy Your Refrigerator Now 100 Boxes to Select From nis :ti i'iiii t is si: ii(im:i 111 vr HOPWOOD Mh nml l Wanted, All Kinds of lli JUNK Phone or Drop Us a Card lllulient -ah prlrea paid for paper, rutris inetnl. ruhlier. and old rutua. Continental Junk Co. 301 K St. N.W. Ph. M. 2339 missioners and CosgrreM to takf over and operate tht street railway lines of thaa District saying It Is un safe to leave them In the hand, of officials who will permit "outsiders to take the places of law-abiding work Ing men" m m i mm m una m r u miwnuiu msm'-Mtmrnimsu r m & . . IT .WILL PAY YOU to vwit our new taBoring H establishment. We are showing a full line of Spring i and Summer novelties and conservative pattern for . both young and old men. Let us have your Easter Suit order Now, to insure careful hand tailoring All Coats are tried on in baste. Your order will receive oar best attention and we guarantee that the seR will fit you perfectly. i' B I W. J. Heflin & Co. I k 928 F Street N. W. . W. J. HEFLIN H! Krwa .! U ! OKMCB i ouuuoj " ...... . - thnr. m tnan Monday oetween & ana - o.u REGINA CEMENT Queen of All Cements ,1 100 Better Than G-L-U-E Transparent Sold Everywhere Thank ya for yaair kind pat ron sure. We vflah to state that we sure entering; other Held, and will continue to Dae thin same apace In the near future. & Regina Men. a Cfclna. Cut Ula... all kind, off slaa. ware. Cement Alno anytklns romlni; In contact with hot or cold liquid.. o ,1 Iteclaterrd IT. 8. Patent Office. llKfil.VA CE3IK.NT CO. CT licnola Uldic. Wnahlnztun. D.C.- .) SPECIAL LOW PRICES FOR THIS WEEK ONLY Slip Covers Made to Order HI 39c Each For Making For the umall amount of SUc. we will make u perfect llttln cover providing oil buy the material!! from us. Material include an ex Itiiaite variety of liuene -and ere tonne at 13c per )d up. ItKL-l'IIOI.VIT.Itl.M; 5.pleer Parlor Suite reupholater eil In tnpesfr ur Imitation (Q QQ leatherette tSO.UO All Work f.unrantred. rite, mil or phone Mnln COsti. PEOPLE'S UPHOLSTERING CO lirrlre. Itooni 4U.1. Jenlrer 71b A. II M. . W. Uldjr. Hats Reblocked THE RIGHT WAY No Disappointments i TRY US GALBLUM BROS., 720 11th st. N. W. M. 6835 Opposite Palais Royal tcm i 4S l.oni:-lied anlmnla tnkr titnl fooda G. H. BRINKLER, I'oud prelallt. Phone llulii Ktas for free Imoklet un how foods cure and why Home iitiitiiulu reach ll jears and others die liefore twetilj Ittiportanl lesiotm in health and efficient-) IWSraWsgW IHr 5 We Want Junk and are wHlinj; to pav the highest casli prices for all we can set. Also- waste paper, rags, etc. Drop us a postal or phone. TOMMY LOWE, 306 G St. N. W. Phone M. 2621 GROTTO MONARCH ENTHRONED I. 8. Gold.mlth was Inducted Into office as monaijch of the Kallipoll Grotto, Mystic Order of "Veiled Prophets, Thursday night In the New Willard before more than 5,000 peo ple. E. M. EUBANK i i 8 WiMi tMisP KM - . - , . -.-- --------- ADDRESS CLASSI- GET YOUR BASEBALL OUTFITS AT WALFORD'S NOW .Baseball Stats Complete, - Made to Order, $2.50 Up Sasaple Book on Reqaest Fielder's Gloves, 35c to $6.00 Catcher's Mitts, 50c to $12.00 Full Stock of A. J. Reach Gloves Mitts, Balk aad Bats $3.00 Baseball Shoes, LovrCot $2.65 Lr WALFORD'S 909 PA. AVE. N: W. Upholstering KPKCIAt. KOIt 3. DAYS O.M.Y 5 ' - I'lere I'arlor !Blte Iteup aolatered In Taineatrjr r Leatherette, sa.00 9i Up Slip Covers llay roar material from n at loisrat arleea and frr will make perfeet Ottlns "Up roer for Each--SBc Each lTlle or I'bone fur .snatplex. SOUTHERN UPHOLSTERING CO., 9th and M Sts. 'N. W. I'bone lor(h iXTS. AM. M KM 'Oil 1: This Coupon and Entitles You toa$l 50c Reading PROF. WRIGHT, JAL.1IIKT AMI CLAIHVHVANT lleadlasa Ilallr. ntlfaetloii (iaaranteed. Open Kienlnca I'ntll 0 I'. SI. .MI K St. V. 1. Ph. Ilnln 1437. High-Grade Embossed Stationery For Business Use or For Business Purposes De Gay & Company 1306 Eye Street N. W. Phone Main 7650 0f Repairingand iHfl Re-coYering pK Reasonable 4r PMpitt's - tsVfc 903 E St. Xf4-5 E. C. TOTTEN, 'I'rintini: I'roprrly I'rodneed. -Out of the llltth Hent Uialrlct. 3I2U--J lllh M. .. 1. Columbia 437 EDWARD O'BRIEN, Jr. WALL PAPERS l:llinn,lr. t'lieerfullv l.'lt'rn. 712 5th St. N. W. Ph. M. 4702 llall Copy for Katimnlr. .