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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 6.' 1918.
POLICE HAVE COMPLETED
ROOMING HOUSE CENSUS
the.housea as soo nai the returns ate
tabulated by th-i police. .
William If. lialdwln. chairman of
the District Council of Defense, an
nounced that their organlxatlon is
about to take over t'jo House and
Apartment Information Bureau estab
lishment by the Brokers' Association
at the request of the council last
November, at 1401 Jfctv Tork avenue.
"Anyone who has .a house or apart
ment not listed elsewhere can 'now
send It to the Room Registration Of
fice. 1321 New York avenue," said Mr.
TO AVOID PHONE STRIKE.
BOSTON, March fc The United States
War Department has Intervened tq
avoid (he threaened strlkqa of New
England telephone girls, outside of Rot
ton, by appointing Henry B. Sndfcott,
executive chairman of the MaSMcha
aetta public safety committee, as agent
or mediator between the girls and the
NewKngland Telephone and Telegraph
SOCIETYTOREVEL j They're All Ready for the Camouflage Ball Tonight
The census of unoccupied houses
undertaken by the police of Washing
ton through the co-operation of Major
r.ullman. superintendent fo police, was
completed today. The District Goun
cll of Defense ,3 now ready to list
Costume of the wildest hues and
most fantastic designs will mlnrle
with gorgeous evening" sowns and
staid dress suits In a little Alsatian
stieel at the "Willard tonight.
The Alsatian vlllare Is completed
In the large ballroom of the hotel, the
s'leet lamps along both sides .of the
camouflage street are glowing, the
plrturesque cottages and shops are
ready to be occupied by scores of
revelers, and the carnival scene in
the smaller ballroom is soon to be
transformed into a glowing riot of
color, costume, and cabaret.
neserved for President.
- The center box In the west side
of the room, the molt pretentious!)
camouflaged, Is reserved for the
residential party. AU the other
boxe. now transformed into shop
windows, verandas and bay windows,
are to be occupied by Capital society
leaders. Several extra boe have
been erected to accommodate the un
Members of the Camouflage com
pan of American University Camp,
whose artistry has transplanted the
Alsatian village to the Willard ball
room, will be there In full regalia
with the most camouflaged costumes
Camouflage, of course, will reign
supreme, but there will be much else
of interest for those who attend. Sup
per, soft drinks, pretty waitresses, ex
citing surprises, high class cabaret,
fortune telling by none other than
Mrs. James Ham Lewis, lightning
cartoonery, ballet Russe-Ing, and lots
The supper will be served In the
dining rooms on the first floor. Soft
dr.nks will be served in the smaller
ballroom. The larger ballroom will
be devoted to the ball itself, and to
tome of the sL-inta the camouflcurs
are to pull. The small anteroom will
be given over to naval camouflcurs.
who will do something along. the line
of mllitarv i:dison"s Invisible ship
that is guaranteed to startle.
SChUOL SANITARY UNITS
nans are today under way for the
organization in the high schools of
PRIVATE RAMDEAC PRIVATE KASTEN" PRIVATE TEPPER. PRIVATE CHRISTIANSON. PRIVATE MEYER.
These men, all members of Company B, Fortieth Engineers ; smocks, whilo their hats are patterned after painters' pallets, with a
(Camouflage), are wearing long smocks, daubed over with the bright- ' hunch of brushes sticking through the hole,
est blues, reds, sreens and yellows Their Ieggins match the
the District a sanitary corps to act
as an auxiliary to the fted Cross.
Boys in the schools who are over the
age of sixteen and who meet the
physical requirements are eligible for
enlistment. The boys will be trained
in first aid and other branches of Ited
Cross work under the leadership of
company officers to be chosen by
themselves, and will be Instructed by
medical officers appointed by the Po
tomac division of the national organi
zation. The plans now call for a company
of twenty-five in each of the high
schools. A uniform will be provided
for those qualifying A competitive
meet for all companies will be held
In the summer. The ited Cross, In
announcing the new move, stated that
such companies have been doing valu
able work In France almost since the
beginning of the war.
The Greatest Health Footwear
Of the Age
r. Janon's Special
Every man who has foot
troubles should wear the
famous Dr. Janon's HY
GIENIC SHOES Footwear
that follows the lines of the
foot and fits the feet as
- Dr. Janon's Hygienic Shoes cure and prevent fallen arches.
Make weak ankles strong.
Strengthen the ligaments and muscles of the foot.
They cure and prevent Flat Foot.
They take the place of mechanical or artificial supports,
such as plates or steel shanks.
They are made of the highest rrsde of leather, which will
give lasting service.
Our Orthopedic Specialist will give your feet scientific ex
Fashionable Gridiron Shoes For Men
The man who wants something high grade and smart look
ing as well as serviceable in footwear vl" appreciate Grid
FAMILY SHOE STORE
SHOES AND HOSIERY
Jos. Strasburger Co.
310-312 Seventh St. N. W.
SEEK WOMAN AFTER
OEAO IN HOTEL
BALTIMORE. Md, March 8. roller
today are. seeking the woman who
disappeared from the Hotel Condon
here shortly before the discovery of
the dead body of Capt A. H. Innei. of
Camp Meade. The officer and woman
had been registered at the hotel aa
man and wife, the police allege, giving-
the name of Hamilton.
The captain' body was discovered
last night. In the rooms were numer.
oui -ottles of liquor. The belief Is
that heart failure caused the man's
death. The woman lift the hotel
about two hour before the body wai
found. No clue to her Identity or
whereabouts, has been gained.
The Easiest Way
To End Dandruff
There Is one sure war that never
fails to remove dandruff completely
and that is to dissolve It. This de
stroys It entirely. To do this. Just
get about tour ounces of plain, ordi
nary liquid arvon; apply It at night
when retiring; use enough 1,0 moisten
the scalp and rub It In gently with
the Anger tjpr.
liy morning, most If not all. of
your dandruff will be cone, and three
or four more applications will com
pletely dlsaclve' and entirely destroy
every single sign and trace to it, no
matter how much dandruff you may
You will find. too. that ail Itching
and digging i( the scalp will atop
instantly, and your hair will be I
flurfy. lustrous, glassy, silky and
sort, and look and fee a hundred !
times better. I
You can get liquid arvon at nv I
drug stcre. It Is Inexpensive, and
four ounces Is all you will need. This
simple remedy has never been known
ly .BMP VKSSJtSEmmKtmL !laFk--iarBJu9ftBflaXjH
A (.'.UIOLTLEfR. AM. RIGGED IT.
This sketch Iy Kerr Kliy. one of the members of Company B.
Fortieth Engineers, is one of th- features of the. Camouflage ball pro
gram. Mr. Kby, a'mcchaniciil draftsmana from New York, whose
hobhy is oartooiiinp. facet lonsl depicts a ramoufleiir with his com
plete outfit of "articles uf war."
' ' ".
ASK THAT WOMEN
Pj pi onl trn-niy
b- iSf-urtJ nt lis.
bill?. Toth will
fiforri'llf. For Fur Srarf. i.
The rerv latest
and smallest fur .if.
For This Week
Beautiful Moleskin Coatees,
$35.50 to $172.50
FIIKK 9TOIIARE If repair orders
are placed wlih u now.
Hrmortrllng. llcpnlrlnjr. Storing.
(Opposite Dulln Martin'. I
Concerning Checking Accounts
This company cominues its custom of
many years to credit interest at two per
.j. cent per annum on calendar monthly bal-.
ances of all inactive or savings accounts
of $5 "and upwards.
Active check accounts draw interest
on balances of SI 00 or more.
There will be no service charge on such
Certificates are issued in sums of SI(-)
or over bearing interest at 3 per annum
from day of deposit.
We invite you to consult us about our
complete banking service.
The Washington Loan and Trust Cc
Ninth and F Streets G and 17th Streets
JOHN B. LARN1ZR. President
Resources 0er Sll.ooo.ooo
PART IN WAR WORK
Tliat di" rlniinatinn acaln-' m
plovlng women in ar Indus! ries !:--made
the Xmeru.-in woman appear
a slacker in this nnr before the rest
of the world Is iliarK'-'l by Hie
League of American lVnwoinen. The
league met at Hi-.'! II stre t north
west last nlKlit to adopt a resolution
designed to redrem American Wvmn
from this tinfnir Impression.
The Impression prevailing In V.n
ropean countries, the Ieapue l. -elares,
if that "Aineric:in uomen aw
not doing their full share to cany
on the war."
The League terms these teporls
"humiliatinir." mid the Council ..r
National Defense that women be
Riven a larRcr .!inro In every branrh
of war iniliifiry. Tin- icFolu'.i.in
adopted reads in pait:
"That women lie s;icn a wider op
portunity of participation in the
Kreat battle for humanity, that th-v
be Riven more of the work In war
production, and a wider opportune v
in the administrative a.falrs of
tlon at war."
NEW GERMAN LOAN SOON.
AM'Ti:i5lM. Mai- li 0 Tin- f. 1 tli
iTeiinan wa- lin, to be lsued Mar. i
". nB , I'cilin I'l'-p.-tt' h. v ill v
si. i.f T, pr cen; tf tificat ai 1
TWENTY YEARS IS A LONG TIME-
let IhnlS the I.enKth of the Guarantee That CoTers All Dental Work uf
Dr. Wyeth and Staff of Expert,
Careful, Skilled Dentists
l,sni -e m po..ble. does If Yet that'- exact
U what I i... i or m work Is made to last. Should
a n (first itrv, lop witliin that time come to me and
I will iii-mii i. without AharBe or refund you the
moif oiiki).iII paid AlV-work palnleis.
Dentistry That Lasts l?tr XX ST "
i:. i Mlnrii, tint will ndd to the . onifort of our pa
iKr!- li i.r.,v i.l.d. t'leanlines.s Is one of our mam
miii mi. (.nt ui.- i:crv instrument must be tlioi
oii(,hl I. i H, y. l before usintC.
Tr-itm. of 1'iiTinent to Suit. Knmlnatlon Free.
sUcr Jr v 'JimBBBBBBbP
Will Xot slip
niber Seta of
Tertb, SS.00 up.
to $1 up.
In gold, silver,
Open Every Evening Until 8 o'CIock and on Sun
days, 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. Lady and Maids in At
tendance. All Work Fully Guaranteed for 20 Years.
St. N. W.
Opposite Laniburgh & Bro. and over Grand Union Tea Co.
' Largest .uid Most Thoroughly Equipped Parlors in
Washington. Phone Main 9133.
NOTF To avoid even the slightest inconvenience, patrons are requested to note
HIS 1 i"- inat sieepins accommodations will be provided for out-of-town guests on
the night of Wednesday, March 6th; and that dining room service begins with break'
fast on Thursday, March 1th, 1918.
" BALTIMORE'S NSW. MODERN, FIREPROOF HOTEL! "
Will Be Formally Opened Tonight,
Wednesday, March 6th, 1918
The SOUTHERN HOTEL in Baltimore is now a fact;
and with the dawn of tomorrow it will have become a recognized
fixed part of the city's growth.
In commending The SOUTHERN HOTEL to the public
we know that nothing has been spared that would add to the
comfort and convenience of patrons."-
In beauty and restfulness of appointment in completeness
of equipment in comprehensiveness of service in cuisine
in unique features of entertainment for social enjoyment and
contentment, The SOUTHERN HOTEL will occupy a com
manding position in Baltimore AND WE SINCERELY ASK
BE SURE TO HEAR THE
IN THE .
during dinner and after theatre
We have planned to make the Southern
''Grill Room" a very popular place to eat;
and, contrary to the utfual idea, it will be a
dining place for the ladies as well as men.
Tlic beauty of appointment the restful
ntrmnny of color the quickness of service
the dlfferntness of food--the novelty of con
stantly changing Musical Teaturrs will all
blend to make the atmosphere In the Southern
"OriH" a wholly pleaainjr one.
Service in the Grill Room will be prac
tically continuous from Mid-day to Midnight
with Extra Service during the Luncheon
Dinner and After-Theatre hours. Each
day will bring a change in menu, with each
change offering new and appetizing dishes.
The Inaugural mualrnl feature In the
Sranater Family, familiarly known throucbuut
tbr country as the "artUtlc muslrnl nrllsts;"
and If Ita popularity elimbtrc la takrn n n
criterion, this family of entertainer nlli
prore a atrona; attraction In Baltimore
The Schusters hrinc with them a number
of novelties entirely new to Baltimore, and
seem assured of an enthusiastic reception.
Thry mil entrrtnln In the (.rill floom earn
day dorlnur the dinner and after-theatre fconrs.
Unique Service Features
at The Southern Hotel
There will be Jjt one Southern Service
It will be unique and distinctive; not overdone,
but done well md co::rte.iui!
Southern Service wl.i be "Convenient"
Service not price-Inspired, but a fixed part
of this Hotel..
Southern nates. 32.00 per day
and up, Ineludlnr bath.
Kvery Bedroom rccnrdless of price
has a private bath.
The mornlnir newspaper will jtreet each
pue&t each moraine In the guest's room.
Kvery detail throughout this Hotel h-s
been planned to give. assured "Comfort and
Rest" to our patrons.
Convenient, attractive sample rsosss.
rheerfully Tranced for traTelera requlrlat
such a sen Ice.
t onnlent private rooms for mretlnaa of
Hoards of Directors, Cxrcutltr Committee,
etc.. rheerfully provided without eharse or
Have Your Mail.
The Southern Hotel
m F. AY
Hcrirman. Managing Director
I'oimcily Jlanas' r Mote: St. li. r. !
Light and German Sts.
- ft. Kohlcr,