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THE WASHINGTON TTMES. MOXD VY, FERIU'VKY 1. 1018.
1 ST. LIS NOTING mull -VJ ;T Im i- Jfl 4 H'tlnjr con nu lirr' lod iv n a result' of the strike tt- '! I iallav motiirmcn nl condurtois onO a number of nd rfilmnal rr t- havr lwn made I-lftS" men m arrost.tl yrsterdav nnd tv.rrr were -hot OuniiiJ encounters ltll tl pllK" fmlv a f- - r- limine opcritM i.ia rml guards are on pneh of diein. No -fTort was mmle to operate . . m .- nf ffnrC tt fllM art la-t nipni. onrauw --- ailui) rftltiil that ioln.e would, The ct'lkT al.n.c fr mor1 J p - shoiter ho.iis and thr right to unionize SUES ESTATE OF MAN HE GAVE BLOOD TO SAVE; -Hi' u;r lb Because he al-! leges, h.s health i Impaired by transfusion of 'xteen ounces of his bloi info Elhelbert W. reck. In an effort to save Pet UN life. :. B Kiher has filed suit for SjV.l against the S2P5 0O0 Ve 1. eiatc Peck and richer vrcr clo'e friends The operation was performed last 'une. Sim' that timf. l"lher aj is left aim has been almo-t useless governors"asked for ship yard workers; Th' soxeinors of every State in the nion wrr asked todav to issue-proc ar.ation" eallinc upon workers to ' en.roil 1n the rniteil Ftais Shipyard ) Volrnteers of the Public Service He ir I Th- "-'in t was made bv Charles' c cnrrhl m-inaRer of the Lmrg t . i rv t i piuation m mm eCrcfeiState itafee mei , The short, quick, Iow altitude way through the, land of perpetual Summer via Rock Island El Paso South western Southern Pa cific From conductor to dining-car waiter, pour comfort, pour wishes are the constant con cern of thp Golden State Limited pet it costs goit no more. m The Califomian is another famous fast train to Southern California. See. the Apache Trail en route. Our Travel Bureaus will he glad to plan our trip for on. II vt Itrmrn Rnck lslind I Inen 4 ilol rail.) ItlOr V -..) ti ;t,n li,ton, Soiilbern l.iellir Lines, s.Mitsr Hide. Perm tve Near JCIn. M nhIngton. ihiniiiifs fffl 50 STRIKERS HELD wmm FocK?5LMD,soaniawfftafic FINANCIAL The Safest Investments i r - o i of '1 j ' iftff Ju 'hjj i)i- X r( 4 ' Ii" !' ' "1"' r ! i d mr k ' of u " ' Trui m irt g ' irert - -tn . ii, tha I1 rr c j m.b -Tt it .rilt dif fr i-tr . ttv lt, mt afirrj ujr rhm IVrin i i " i J 'i ' I ii ' j f or for juration 'or i ir fci-' HtT ij npply jy, wfr tit lr anmnr Th fro p sq op- rlf-' -ii i r r tsMLKt Lurxillui c La3.D SWARTZELL, RHEEM & HENSEY CO.. iii:t.ri, a 9 mmim w.i First N. Y. Woman Deputy Police Commissioner Mrs. O'Gradv Photo by International. .MRS. ELLEN A. O'GRADY. Jlrs. 0'Grady will draw ?6,000 a year salary. It will be part of Mrs. O'Grady's duty to have charge of all searches for missing sirls. ! O.C. CAST TO GIVE PASSION PLAY FOR IE The ras'inn T'ar that has ben of late years a I.enten feature in nianv ties of tv.e 7:ast and "West will be produced for the fnt time In Wash inston durlnjr the cnnunir Lent by a tr up of experienced jilavcrs under auspice of 3on7-a!?a College Thej have selected the Passion Play v hose title la -On the Slopes of fal ary" liv the. Itev. A Palmien. O S A, of Philadelphia soul Mlrrlng Treat NIT.AL TIE HEP The lnitnse dramatic and tiaglcof ,1P p0re or postmaster o posslbilili'-s of the stnrv .r the ras slnn have l.-'n caticht 1 the author -nd will h m.ide graphic and stirring h- the trained tioupe who hae been oiking on their parts tor some months pit The religious minded of Washington are. assured of a soul stirring trat m the w eel.lv perform arees th it will be given on th Min da)s of L-nt .it 'ip m . in Jnizaga i ollege Theater. -II I Mr el northwest MatlHee foi cluldr n of the i:ie nientar and High School grades will ! glvn on Stindav. Ke,iuats 10. and -nndav. Fcbruarv IT. at 3 p. m Iteg ular p rformanees for adults w 111 take place on the following Sundav in Lent iebiuarv !M. March .". 10. 17, and 21. at p vppropnatc passion v.il music will he rendered throughout th pla under direction of Glenn Ashley. nut of I'nsslon I'luj. The following has been ii Mirv M.sv I .." ,i . s. me J1,K" i cur-d Tht IUessed irum TAVAnn -.-.p,nll fainlia ,..!.... . -.. . - . - , Priest. Maurice Jam-: Juuas. vitn'iij P. hitf Pilate, II 1" IniIhi . 'jt lva-us. l"rincjs J. Cleat : aa an 'u flumtiat Pharisee, j: I: OMm. Ra chel, his daughter. Miss Kt He Jlnr rav . Peter, tho Apo-tle I"lnl lla lohrr. the Iteloveil liisi ipe; - -1-dv erd Hall. Kstlu r, hister r Judas Mis. L 1 Tjeeds. Vanfcii. priest and -ipp r of f alpha, lrhn - j, , Jifcrv Mifgdalen. Mies t i.l"ttte V pair Martha. Miss Jlo. li. alv . ..m.-si Mis Anna Ford. Lvdi i. 1'ilal. . i Mles Maltha Ford. Tulvia. Pi ales daugllt'l. Miss Mail, tine l:it blgail nnd Atlialia. onipwiiioiis ,.j i Itachel. MissMina Pano and Mi u , flinla Ford; mob of priest? ami nepl The pray sviH h fii rd-u. h.hn t Lui i. h. Arthur i v . te . I li L "'unnfll Important: Our Optical Department is Now in Charge of An EXPERT OCULIST. Best Service Co$Td Lowest Prices Eyes Examined Free By Our Doctor CH Genuine wl'h bst ShlirOn !heltoic fltte.l Tor!' l-r,.-i s IPO ""A f-peclai pri OmiiIv EAHN OPTICAL CO. TZrl 61 7-61 9 Seventh St. H. W. ygM3i g OEjS GERIVIAN ALIENS TO BE REGISTERED T , ., I.eta,le.l information. Including per- sonnl habits, and business relations of citn (iern.an together with his photograph and finger prints will be taken br the Department of Justice In a national registration week be ginning todn) A certified card, showing that lie has been registered must bo carried at all times on the person of German aliens and he ma) not change his place of residence without flrst noti fying and obtaining the permission the ton n or city In wmen lie lives Larlier plans for the gradual reg-' titration jf Germans In the Lnltefl Slates with those In tho eastern sec thin to como flrst were abandoned when it was ' Intimated that some Germans might avoid registration by moving from one district to another The present renaltv for violations of any of .he provisions of President Wilson'H .ihen enemy proclamation Is Internment for the period of the war, hut If a pol cv s.iggete.l hj high AiADED AY government oifi-ia!s ih pursued there I where they excel the Arts Club along will be a tevision if the law In rrderl these lines to make tho punishment mon drastic The following is a list of the war Internment I'ennlt. work done by the club Knitting. Hefore the clock strike, midnight! ,w" savinS3 "tamps committee, col- . . . .i . I lection of fund for trench orphans. Saturday every one of the Ormat.l ectlon of fund for Ma"iran aliens in this country not including) nrt,ts aoj families who are s-uffcr-woineu ur children under thi age offing as a result of the war. dances fourteen )car. must have registered for enlisted men on Saturdav cen I or will he considered a dungerous J Ings, and musie on Sunda) niglits person and will be interned. The rog- i-tratlon docs not apply to Austrn or iiungiriaiis. or nUIurir , Mlinonclng the provisions and 1 1 iulrcinen:s for Xii regixtr.ition the epartriient of Justice took eire. to avoid creeling the impression that th .ovriiment looks on each Ger tiiati vMiit contempt ' itecmtnints are not to he treated as ietenns of evil dispositions," In Mruetmni registrars point out "and tne registration offices are i uiCd 1. ileal vt tth them In a i ourte .is and fnendly manner." lirrlrinU 1o Co-operate. ut. ration of police, FeiUral of f.. i - pustnl employrs and pruati citix. n- is xrtcted !) the deparlment lo s, e that the Finted States Huv i tinii ni hi ai curate information of i '.((Man alien v ithill the but . i ' j- i . uiitrv. t.sc W-o l.' n line ' ur On M t , n i !i li -I f, iali" lenses Special price inttngs, fit ONLY 1 8 MONTHS SUPPLY OF WHISKEY UNITED STATES I Whiskey bibbers of the country, at I their present rate of consumption are drinking themselves out of a sup ply. So rapid Is the rate that all of i the -whiskey In the Vnlted States will be sone In eighteen months, the sum mer of 1010. I This. Is the conservative estimate of c:m eminent officials, who have been I Hatching the rate of flow from the ' warehouses since the President's pro ' lamation stopping distilling on Pep 1 tember There are only about 167. ,000.000 gallon lert In these ware j houses i Each Drink Gallon a 1 ear. 1 The normal per capita consumption I of whleliey In the United Mates Is' about one gallon a year. Thin Is a I .statistical way of saying the annual ) normal consumption is 100,000 000 gal ( Ions a year. At this rate the avail able supply, figuring from rebruary 1, will last a little more than eight een months, but expert authorities i-ay that the odd 7 000 000 will be 1 absorbed during the eighteen months period and that all the whiskey left on August 1. 1913. will be In privaje hands and that it will not be much at. that There Is a comparatively large sup ply of whiskey In private hands which tlio experts cannot trace. It Is ex pected that the supply held by con suniers will lncreae In ratio as the stocks In the warehouses go down This Is where much of the odd 7.000, 000 gallons will go. When the lid was clamped down bv the Presidential proclamation th e wero approximately 105.000.000 al lons of whiskey In the country .Inre September S there has been no lgiti mate distilling and no -whiskey can bo Imported. Ucer consumption has fal-len-off rapidly under prohibition, but there is no diminution In the amount of whiskey that Is apparently consum ed despite the tpread, of dry terri tory. Urop In Revenue. With the whiskey famine will come a drop In the Government revenues of approximately J320.000.000 a year. The present tax on whiskey Is S3 20 a gallon and the tax Is paid upon the approximate consumption of 100,000,. 000 gallons a,year. This revenue will have to-be made-up In other ways, Thd Government, therefore, had In all hut J500.oo0.000 mora to collcjt In whiskey taxes on a basis of 137,000,000 gallons at $3.20 a gallon. During the four months since distill I Ing was stopped withdrawals of gDr, for b,verare purposes have I been unusually light, according to fig urea of the Internal Hevenuo llurexu While the whiskey stock Is being rapidly exhausted production ot dis tilled spirits for other purposes Isip parently Increasing More tbh;"fo- 000.000 gallons of alcohol were Jc natured In November last. ARTS CLUB PRIDES SELF ON WAR WORKl The Arts Club of this city, an or ganization of sculptors, painters, musicians, writers, critics, and art lov ers in general, arrogates to ttselt the proud distinction of doing more practical war work than anv other eociet) in this elt). not explicitly or ganized for war work Its officers ato readv to prove their claim .-and , challenge all other societies to prove "1" erhes by prominent men on niat- iters relating to the war. open house i'"1 velcomfl U soldif rs at all times, sale or pictures- ov iue camounago curps of American I'uivirsity Camp ovhibilion of Freit. h u tr poster, atitl a collection of Kaemakers' uT cartoons. The Thursday night dinners which are a feature of the club are prin cipally devoted to the disrtipsiou of war question The menu at thce dinners 'Ik kept strietlv within the Hoove- food i-.ivlng plan and economv and clean plat- s ure the order of thu day. WILDCAT IS FROZEN TO RAILROAD TRACK nnUKl MVTT Ta.. T1 A The railroad crrw that rtin1 tti ftlilftin engine t nnd from 1Ii vatiowt n.ln"S in the huonshoe rrn:tn Uxc found an ftiit r t the qi stion. Vhnt riiah- a ulMrat uild-" few morn ir.p'n flRo, v.lifn th th rnioiii"tT ? iKterd 22 If;r cs hehiu 7ro. th cr-w wrre on their v iv tut t a intn Ahfn th"i w iIi!Mt on tin io4i nh-ad of tlicm. hut ft n bm n t until he cnjcino wn loj-r t "t.p it that th iliiui-n i tl. nmnal nj fut, apparntlv b the head. it btrllitC ahl- lit m , DKIIt' er nirhe'l 1 wn i. i uouii happen and uhen the engine -truk the at It Utirknl It to on nl nnl uilh h KurKlliiK' rrv rho antmii pnl-il its' If up nml run into lit w im tjrtua to Kit t in uluit h the eel hdri herom fnttutil on th traelc th urtRlnoer ftopprd and the rru went barK and wit1 astnntMied to find rh e.it'H tongue and lainv hang- K tij the rail. The incident wa xplalned lien. poit fuither fxnmiti.ilion, tli fnnrt that the rat had tiHn to a pprlnc nenrhj for a drlnK. It hid cAldcntK nieppd In tin nater, and w hen it uaa rronlnfT th railroad It nteppd on tht rail ulth Uia rcnult that tta foot Immediately froze fn-t Then, In uttemptlnr to llek its foot lnce. Its tongue froze fast OIL TANKER SAFE. Tho oil tanker Manama, reported nrr .und and poimdlnir to plp es on ?'?? under rer off the AflanM' coast last afe tnd proceeding t, jiort own steam the Javy De- l.iarunetit was adv.scd todav Y.M.C.A.SendsOut SOS for Actors To Play in Camps Wanted Sonbrcttes. leading rrcn. Ingenues, leading ladies, and just actors This is the S O S call sent out by the directors of Washington's newest theatrical circuit, the Y. M. C. A. players They Intend to stage a series of onc-nlght stands in the eleven camps around Washington. Nino Julius Maiorl, eight years on the stage, whose father owns three N'ew ork theaters, is the jMrector of the enterprise, and li Gordon Leech, of the Y. M. C. A . Is handling the bookings and applications for parts star and otherwise. AtramjemenU are be ing madn to obtain permission to ue "Within the Law." "The Lion and the Mouse," and other stand ard plav-s. The players have a nucleus of actors in the cast of three one act plays given January IK at the American Unlversltv camp In the casts wero Charles j; Shutterl; Herbert C. Uruncken, Mrs. H A Howell, Kennedy Meek, Miss Lois Meek, Miss Alice J Whltcomb, Miss Grace Lipscomb, and Mrs. Grace DeWolf. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY "Cash and Carry" Specials! A Splendid Variety of Fish for Meatless Tuesday! FANCY SMOKED LABRADOR HERRING HALIBUT, LB SALMON, LB COD, LB -. POLLOCK, LB SMELTS, LB Dried Lima Beans, lb Black Eyed Peas, 2 Jbs Hand Picked Pea Beans, lb .16c 29c 17c Evaporated Peaches, lis Standard, lb ' Evaporated Peaches, 1 O. Fancy, lb 1Qt WS.S. i - H taxunotnum tnnnsrriTZj OOVtaiUUNT PORK Fresh Hams, Lb 33c Fresh Qfl Shoulders, lb. OUC Half Pork Loins 09 (Blade End),lb.C Half Pork Loins (Tenderloin 01 End), lb OOC Lean Pork QQe, Chops, lb OOC Fancy Pork Chops, lb. . 38c TROUBLE STARTED WITH LETTER E. i: Look at It Eve. Look at It Adam Look at If Adam's Apple. Keel it Serpent. Look at It. Kve, Adam's Apple, Adam, Serpent, the Apple. Trouble. Think You're right. It all starts with the letter K. According to Miss Isabel Holbrook international lecturer of the Theo sophlcal Society, the letter K among the ancients symbolUed all that was material and worldlv and non splr Itual- That Is why Kve was glvn the name beginning with i: W tint Adam's Apple la For. And that hard lump In jour throat that makes funny noises when you gulp, commonly called the Adam's ap pie. Is the ph slcal seat or" center of the new plane of life upon which this world Is now entering, savs Miss Hol brook All this Is taken from the seven let SAYSTHEOSOPHIST U. S. Food Administration License No. From Our Own Smoke-house, 35c i 30c 22c 20c 19c Oregon Prunes, 100 to 120 size, lb... Santa Clara Prunes, 60 to 70 size, lb. .. Evaporated Apricots, Choice, lb Oregon Prunes, 40 to 50 size, lb.. Dried Soya Beans, lb ..9c 13c 01- C 15c 8c - I t I 1-t !-I"H-H-K-K : : : i - i - i - i - i - i - The Whole World Looks to Let's Have It Lead in iWar Savings Stamps This Week t Thriit Meek, the time to do it. Buy all you can; sec that your fricn J do the same. X Buy iafet for ;,our count r .u the same time x X earn ,, for ourselt. $ v Washington Must Lead 'j. !: -m n : 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 ; : 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 'i"! n ; 1 1 i-i 1 1 1 1 : i i- BEEF Porterhouse Steak, lb. . Sirloin Steak, lb. . Hamburg Steak, lb. . Chuck Roast, lb. . Prime Rib Roast, lb. . Boiling Beef, lb... 38c 36c 24c 25c 28c 20c ters lb the angels of the seven) churches. In Kevclations. The flrst J says Miss 1 1 ol brook. I; the letter to , tho angel of the church of Kphesus Kphesus, a town In Asia Minor, was.' the home of one of the seven wonders of the world, IMana of Kphesus. and represented al Ilhat was world)) and i material, hunt inc. gaming, and living for physical limirlcs and pleasures alone. Tho seven letter in Kevcla tions. savs Miss Holbrook. are simplv seven allegorical talcs of the seven different stages of development through which man has to pass In perfecting his soul. We are now on the verge of the stage outlined In the letter to the angel of the church of Th) atria, the center of this stageMn the human body being the Adam's apple. The center of the previous stage, the Lnhesian-Kve stage, was the solar plexus, says Miss Holbrook. which among the ancients was called Kundullnl. the seat of the Serpent Klre. Many of the Hindu legends mention this In warning students who studied Yoga practices. The, stage upon which we are now entering. sa)s Miss Holbrook. has as Its cabalistic letter T, or tho figure of a man with outstretched arms, but without a head. Add a head, which will be the highest stage, says Miss Holbrook and the ancient Kgyptlan cross will be represented, the head making a circle as a top of the "ross The T plane is tho plane of higher emotions and lower mental plane. Miss Holbrook may settle In Wash Ington. It was announced at the local Theosophlcal lodge. G-04638. 7c Each CROAKERS, LB. 15c TROUT, LB 18c BUTTERFISH, LB 15c FRESH HERRING, EACH.... 7c SMOKED WHITEFISH, IB.. 20c California Pea Beans, lb. . . Maryland Fig Bars, lb ... . 15c 17c 15c 19c ..9c Maryland Lunch ' Crackers, lb.. Mott's Pure Apple Juice, qt Potted Meat, 2 cans i - i - i - i - : ! I I I I I : ! I I; Washington ; a a Wheatless Good Things to Eat for "Wheatless Days" Kellogg's 11 Cornflakes, pkg . 1 1 v Puffed Rice I 2 or PuffedCornjPkSs-Jt Quaker Corn- 1 C flakes, 2 pkgs. . ul Cream of "I Ap Rice, pkg 1 Fancy Head 1 1 Rice, lb Hk A. J. Buckwheat 1 0 Flour, pkg Ml, CUMBERLAND TO SHOVEL SNOW HEATLESS MONDAY (ntBRRLANT). "M.L, Feb. 4. Cum berland, rich and poor, high and low Iv. will turn out today to cele brate In a new way the treaties Monday. The shovel Is to be tl badge of honor. The accumulation of snot? In tin streets, the heaviest in years, has bv come a menace, and the towns&ea have volunteered to spend the day y clearing It away. Ministers, lawyers, and doctor Vjty Joined the recruit army, and all motor trucks, wagons, and ether vehicles have been placed at the service of tho snow fighters. The army will be fully 2.000 strong. Kach man will report early In the morning with, his own shovel Baltimore street,' the main business street. Is to be tha principal Un ot attack. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children , In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of To Our Patrons ! U. S. Food Adrninistration Rules on the Sale of Flour. Equal quantities of floor sub stitutes must be bought with wheat flour: Rule No. 31 Retailers: Tha licensee dealing in wheat flour at retail shall not, without the written permission of the U. S. Food Administrator, sell wheat flour' to any person unless such person purchases from him at the same time one pound of wheat flour substitutes for every pound of wheat flour pur chased, or in case of whole wheat or graham flour, contain ing at least 95 per cent of the entire wheat, six-tenths of a pound of wheat flour substitutes for every pound of such whole wheat or graham flour pur chased. Rule No. 32 Limits quantU ties as follows: City Dwellers' One-eighth to one-quarter of a barrel. Rural Dwellers One-quarter to one-half of a barrel. It is illegal to sell or buy in larger quantities. Ve ask your earnest co-operation in carrying out these rules. No exceptions can he made except on written authority from Mr. Clarence R. Wilson, U. S. Food Administrator, for the District of Columbia. We list here a few excellenf flour substitutes, at reasonable prices Whte Corn Meal 5 lbs. Old-Fashioned Buckwheat 3 lbs. Our Branch Markets are fol- coinenientlv located as lows: 8th and E Sts. S. E. 7th and B Sts. N. E. 7th and H Sts. N. E. 11th and H Sts. N. E. 1632 N. Capitol St. 739 N. Capitol St 7th and Que Sts. N. W. 7th and Fla. Ave. N. W. 3420 Ga. Ave. N. W. 3608 14th St. N. W. 3166 Mt. Pleasant St. 14th and Kenyon Sts. N. T ' 14th and You St. N. W. 18th and You Sts. N. W. 1440 P St N. W. 1714 14lh St N. W. 2030 P St N. W. 3420 M St N. W. 31st and M Sts. N. W. 21st St and Pa. ave. N. W. 1421 G St N. W. 906 G St N. W. - " 712 K St N. W. .. 726 7th St N. W. f 930 La. Ave. N. W. 918 La. Ave. N. W. 27c Rolled Oats 4 lbs. 25c 20c r