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THE WASHINGTON TBIES. MONDAY; MAY 6; 1913.
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That Ireland should aid In the world
war and not shirk her duties to civili
zation and that homo rule should be
granted her, was the theme of the. ser
mon by the Her. Dr. James L. Gordon
at the First Congregational Church
"The allies, linked with America,
can win without Ireland, but It would
be a pity If Ireland should fall the
world In Its tight for democracy." he i
The Roman Catholic Church In Irt-.
land should be consistent In Its attl-'
tude toward the war, and not approve ,
conscription In America and disap
prove of It In Ireland, he added.
"The Influence of the homo does'
more to Increase the morale and ef I
flriency of the army than anything
else." said Dr. Eugene' I. Swan, of the
Wir Department commission on train
ing camp activities. In Masonic Tem
ple at a meeting of Brand lodge Ma
With high tribute for the modern
French woman and her eelf-sacrlllce '
In the war, the HeV. Howard I. Stew
art preached on "Joan of Arc" at the '
Second Baptist Church. i
The Rev. Charles wood, at the
Church of the Covenant, said "the
German submarines, air planes, and
cases ore not more effective emis
saries of the Kaiser than Immoral
men and women of the city. We must
keep our soldiers clean."
FRENCH USE TOBACCO CARDS.
PARIS, May 6. The French are In
troducing tobacco cards, thus putting
the people on rations. Cigar and
cigarette cards aro being Issued to
women as well as men.
Clear Yonr Skin
AH drug-guts: Soap 25,
Ointment 25 & 50. Tal.
ccq ZS Sample each
free of Cnllenrs,
SALTS IS FINE FOR
Flush the Kidneys at once
when Back hurts or Blad
der bothers Meat
forms uric acid.
Xo man or woman who ats meat
regularly can make a mistoko by
flushing the kidneys occasionally.
says a well-known authority. Meat
forms uric acid which clogs the
kidney pores so they slaggishly
fllter or strain only part of th
waste and poisons from the blood,
then you get sick. Nearly all rheu
matism, headaches, liver trouble,
nervousness, constipation, dizziness,
sleeplessness. bladder disorders,
come from sluggish kidneys.
The moment yuu feel a dull ache
In the kidneys or vour bark hurts
or If the urine is cloud, offensive,
full of sediment, irregular of pa
age or attended by a sensation of
scalding, get about four ounces of
Jad Salts from anv reliable phar
macy and tak a tablespoonfull In
a glass of water before breakfast
for a few days and your kidne
will then act fine. This famou
salts is mad from the acid of
grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia and has been used for
generations to flush clogged kid
nevs and stimulate them to activity,
also to neutralize the acid in urine
so It no longer aues irritation,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is inexpensive and can
not injure, makes a delightful ef
fervescent Ilthia-water drink whl h
all regular meat eaters should take
now and then to kep the kidnevs
clean end ihe blood pu'e. tro reb
avoiding serious kidney complications.
TWENTY YEARS IS A LONG TIME
Yet That's the Length of the Guarantee That Covers All
Dental Work Done In My Office
Doesn't seem uo.ssiblc, docs it? Yrt that's ex
actly what I do. for my work is made to last.
Should any defect develop within that time come
to mc and I will repair it without charfre or re
fund you the money originally paid. All work
Dentistry That Lasts
That has been my record for the past 23 years.
Everything that will add to the comfort of
our patients is provided. Cleanliness is one of our
many striking features. Every instrument must be
thoroughly sterilized before using.
Terms of Payment to Suit. Examination Free.
Will Not Slip
Other Srtn at
Tretb. KM up.
Open Eery I2vrnlnc Unlll H O'clock and on Sundays. 10 A. SI. to 4 p. M.
Lady and maids in attendance Ml work fully guaranteed for 20 years.
Opposite Lansbtircb rjro. and over
Most Thoroughly Equipped Farlors
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NEW TRAFFIC RULE
AT 1 6TH AND K
Washington has adopted another
new device for regulation of street
traffic by Installing at the corner of
Sixteenth and K streets northwest,
the rule of rotary traffic, never be
fore applied here, excepting to large
circles, such as Pupont or Thomas.
It is embodied in the following; which
A" vehicle going around the circle
shall keep to the right from entrance
to exit. Observe the mark In the
The new rule applied to an ordi
nary street Intersection Is an experi
ment, and to far has been successful.
It Is the result of much study by the
Commissioners and Major Pullman,
superintendent of Police Department,
who called In William Phelps Eno,
head of -the home defense guard, Mr.
Eno chances to be the father of .street
trafilc regulation for all the world.
It was he who first conceived the Idea
of controlling movement or venieies
and persons at street Intersections.
Decades ago ho advocated In magazine
articles such a departure. He began
In New York City, applying his Ideas
to Columbus Circle at Fifty-ninth
street. Now in every city of the world
of modern tendencies the Eno Ideas
ate In vogue.
Mr. Eno went to Paris and other
European cities, and to Buenos Airei.
Argentina, and spread broadcast the
street traffic regulation gotpeL
Washington, with Its enormous In
crease of street traffic, presented se
rious problems. Mr. Eno was asked
by the officials to help, and one rem
edy he proposed was the "around the
circle" rule at Sixteenth and K.
"It Is the application to a simple In
tersection." Mr. Eno said, "of rotary
traffic. Hitherto rotary traffic has
been enforced only at large circles,
such as Dupont here or Columbus In
"As applied at Sixteenth and K It Is
the same, with the slight difference
that It is a small circle. It has been
working satisfactorily for two years
in Detroit on a corner where there Is
much less room and much greater
traffic than at the corner of Six
teenth and K."
NON-WAR FUND DRIVES
IN U. S. TO BE OPPOSED
md raii-lne by relictou. philan
thropic, sorlal, or burlncss orsanlxa
tions for non-war purposes is to be
bitterly opposed by the Jfc tonal Com-.
mlttee. of Patriotic Societies
A protest acalnat artivitles of
various organizations which have
taken advantage of the wej- situation
to raise funds for eiieclal purposes
was Isiued today by William Math
ers Levi Is, executive secretary of the
Mr Lewis d'-clared the matter was
brought forcbly to tho attention of
tho board by the remark of a churcb
.fflclal that his denomination waa to
moke a drive for the blpcest amount
it had ever raised, beraue the people
were glting generously, and it would
be ea y to raise tho money
to SI up.
In gold, silver,
7th St.N. W.
fSrand t'nlon Ten Co. Largest and
In IVasblngton. I'hojie Main S123.
TO PREVENT COUP
MOSCOW, May . Removal of
Nicholas Ilomanoff, tog-ether with the
former Empress and one of their
daughters, from Tobolsk to Ekaterin
burg, was ordered as a precaution
against their escape. It was offi
cially announced today. There had
been reports that peasants and mon
archists had been seeking to liberate
No announcement Is made that
would ln'ilcato the whereabouts of the
young a!m!s Romanoff, former heir
apparent, who recently was reported
to have been proclaimed Emperor of
German representatives here have
been directed by Berlin to make ex
haustive Inquiries Into reports of the
ascendancy to the throne of Alexis.
Trom no official source has there
been an Intimation that he has been
MARX CENTENNIAL OBSERVED.
In commemoration of the 100th anniversary-
of the birth of Karl Marx.
Socialists last night held a meeting,
at which Julian Pierce presided and
Fred llaller, former dandidate for at
torney general of New York, made a
speech on the life of Marx.
BUTTON ON TOES
Tells why a corn Is so painful
and says cutting makes
Press an electric button and you
form a contact with a live wire
which rinss the bell. When your
shoes press against your corn It
pushes Its sharp roots down upon a
sensitive nerve and you s;et a shock
of pain. ,
Instead of trlmmlne your corns,
which merely makes them grow,
lust step into -any drufr store and
ask for a quarter of an ounce of
Freezone. This will cost very little
but Is sufficient to remove every
hard crsoft corn or callus from one's
feet, A few drops applied directly
upon a tender, achlnir corn stops
the soreness instantly, ana soon ine ,
corn shrivels up so it lifts rlcht out
. . . oil without pain This
drujf never Inflames or even Irri
tates the surrounding Ussue or skin.
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60 TAKE TRENCH
FEVER AS TEST
TO FIND CAUSE
Sixty Americans, hitherto unhon
ored and unsung-, are listed, on the
honor roll for their bravery In un
dergoing experimental Inoculation
with the dread "trench fever" over
And while they suffered the tor
tures of the condemned with the
malignant disease, they were under
the fire of Teuton guns, finally being
forced to evacuate their hospital
tents as the bombardment Increased.
The list and parts of the story of
their bravery, as recorded by the of
ficial A. E. F. paper. Stars and
Stripes, recelevd here today, follows:
1.1st of Honor Slen.
Sergts. W. W. Campbell, R. V, Ken
ney. Perry, and Bliss, Privates J. H.
O'Nell. J. A. O'Xell. N. Barrett, W.
Barrett, IL A. Stevens, J J. Slater. J.
T. Scanlon, B. A. Vlllany, V. M. Peck.
W. W. Chase, Charboneau J. Fortlnl,
T. Cod?, A. H. Fahy. V. J. Qulnn. v..
IL y.eed. A. Watklna. II. O. Buckley.
II. A. Morln, J. D. Rupprccht, J. Vas
sell, V. Schaeffer. Weyel. Plel, A. J.
Daly, W. T. Daly. W. J. Duda. M. N
Ruskln, F. Freudenberger, D. B. Falls,
E. A. Waldron, J. A. Lambert, W. J.
Murphy, J. J. Singer, II. Robertson,
II. A. Lucas, C. II. Backus, E. Hooker,
J. J. Clancy, M. Emhoss, J. Warhurat,
Boucher. J. Elllano, J. Romano, .
Drlscoll, O. W. Hall, N. Cann, E. B.
Carroll. N. S. Courtney, R. II. Davis.
Demoudpled, F. Lowell, F. Nolan, A.
Norln, J. J. Stanley, D. P. Turner. It.
A. Walker. E. Woodward, H. A. Wor
ley, Burke, 11. 11. Etherldge, J. Flola,
L. FItslmmons, J. Humphreys, H.
Jenson, J. J. O'Connor, and P. II.
"They were volunteers picked from
four entire companies of volunteers
and everyone of them got the fever.
Not only did they get the fever, but
as they were lying In their hospital
tents up back of the British front,
the town they were In was subjected
to heavy bombardment day anrl night
until the evacuation of the hospital
Uti ef I.lee Used.
"Thirty-five of them had fastened
to their forearms big bags of body
lice taken from the clothing- of men
up front who had come down with
trench fever. The other twenty-five
were Injected with blood taken from i
trench fever victims. Alt developed
the fever." -
Muscular weakness, pink eye. pain, LONDON. May 0 Defeat of Turk
and other symptoms developed. Nono Ish forces attempting to cross the
could eat heartily even of the most Jordan at Jisreyldamlo and attacking
tempting foods. Two months they Essalt. hat been reported by the war
suffered with the Inoculations, but , office, detailing operations In Pales
their bravery -id. their experience I tine. The enemy was driven back.
M. raltnt OJk.'
proved the origin of trench fever,
and medical experiments will now
make It easier for men to avoid this
MAIL TO .ENEMY LANDS
NOW MADE POSSIBLE
Arrangements have been made for
sending personal welfare Inquiries
and messages between persons in the
United States and persons In enemy
countries and In territory occupied by
the enemy. Postmaster General T3ur
llson has nnnount-ed.
The Inquiries and messages csn be
sent only thionuh the American Red
Cross In the manner and on the blanl.
forms preset Ibed for the purpose.
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tween Individuals or accepted
postofflces from individuals. Any
Red Cross chapter nm iurnisn tun
The Postofficd Department empha
sized the fact that the sending to
enemy countries through the Red
Cross of messages other than as In
dicated above, except prisoners of
war mall. Is forbidden by law and
will render the person attempting to
send them liable to prosecution.
WOMAN SHOT TO DEATH;
POLICE SEEK ESCORT
The police threw out a drag net today
for the apprehension of William Jackson,
oolored, one of the two men in the com
pany of Mary Watson, colored, twenty
two years old. who was shot to death
In front of 404 Franklin street northwest
earn this morning.
The woman died In an automobile as
she was being hurried to Emergency
Hospital. She was shot In the side of
the head. Jealously Is given by the.
police as the motive for the crime.
Mack MacKenzle, colored, of 229 Sev
enteenth street northwest, who was with
the couple at the time of the shooting.
is a prisoner at the Second precinct
police station without balL
TURKS ARE DEFEATED
CROSSING THE JORDAN
& By Jean Knott
SUPPLY OF SUGAR
CUT 20 PER CENT
Confeetlonera and other large sugar
users are 'preparing- to go on 80 per
cent rations, beginning May IB.
Regulations' are effective until July 1.
when still sharper curtailment may
Firms starting since November 1,
1917, wilt get only 50 per cent or
their full requirements, and those or
ganised since April 1 will be cut oft
Those falling' under the ban In
clude manufacturers of candy, soda
water, chocolate, beverage syrup,
flavoring extracts, chewing gum.
cocoa, sweet pickles, wines, cereals.
Futl sugar requirements will be a
lowed to preservers and packers of
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Sworn statements of sugar re
ceived, and signed certificates show
ing normal requirements of each
user must be filed with State food ad
Enjoy life! Liven your liver
and bowels to-night and
Wake up with head clear,
stomach sweet, breath
right, tongue clean.
, MWORK WHILE YOU SLEEPJ i
D. G. SENDS 2,000
TO NATIONAL ARMY
UNDER 2 DRAFTS
Nearly 1M0 men hart gone from the
District Into the national army. Before
the year endj, Actlnr Adjutant General
Donovan expects the Capital's contribu
tion of man power will be MOO. In the
first draft. June, 1317, the District sup
plied O, and In the second. K3. plus 177
who went to Columbus Friday.
The board baa examined 17,000 men.
6,000 of them fro mout of town, here
for war work, and permitted to be
classified without returning to their
homes. The board has 10,000 more
ready to go when needed.
It is estimated that in all branches
of service Washington Is represented
by about 10,000 soldiers and sailors.
This Includes those known to be en
rolled, as well as many who have en
tered from other States, although na
tives of the District.
TRAIN BLOWN UP.
tONDON, May 0. German pris
oners complain of Inadequate protec
tion against British aviators. A
Prussian lieutenant, who was cap
captured, said he was conducting- a
train -load of thirty-six centimeter
shells to the front when a British
aviator bombed and blew up the
them. Now that you have bought your bond, get the next
best investment known to Washington men,
A B-K SUIT AT A SAVING
OF FIVE DOLLARS
Here is what the advertiser said:
"After one evening's insertion in The
TIMES my rooms were rented. That is what I
Here's the ad:
FOR RENT ROOMS
GIRARD ST.. 14SS
Phone Main 5260
An expfrienced operator will help you write your
ad so it will pull. Bill will be sent.
Numerous Important District mat
ters will come before Conjren this
One of them will be the 8hepjard
"bone dry" bill for the District. The
Senate will consider the postofdee ap
proprltlon. bill and Senator Sheppard
Is expected to offer the "bone dry"
bill u ah amendment. Thfs will pre
cipitate a fight.
The Senate today receive the re
port .of the District Committee on the
Pomerene antl-proflteerlng bUI. This
was agreed to by the committee Sat
urday. In this connection. Senator Sauli
bury hopes to get action at one on
the Joint resolution to stop actions
of eviction and ejectment pending the
consideration of the antl-proflteerlnr
bl)l or Congress.
The District appropriations bill will
be taken up by the Senate Appropria
tions Subcommittee and the provision
for the half-and-half restored.
Senate and House conferees are ex
pected to agree on the legislative, bill.
This Involves the 120 Increase for
Government clerks and employes and
the Borland amendment to Increase
worklnr hours. The Borland jmend
ment will probably be dropped. The
differences between the two houses
concern the question to what num
ber of employes should receive In
creases of pay.
Te difference between tie patriot!
American ewtt d tbe
wko U Udlffercat ' dtotoyal la
measured by the) atuit "
flear In her hltehen-D. C. Fe4 A
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18 lbs. white petals S
S cema Valley
essr ten .....
Wary heaas, per 1. le
Lima beams. r lb. ............lie
La Cahln syrup, per can S
ned kldaey beans. pr eaa !
Gaapow'er lea, sr lb. ........ J
pearl heaslny, per lb, ,......,.
1430 7th St. ?C. W. and all the
J. T. D. PYLES STORES
THERE'S always room at
the Turkish Bath:
Perfect Service) Never
15th & G Streets
0pp. Treasury Dent.
A Straw Hat
or a New
It makes no difference,
because the B-K store as
sures you of the highest
quality -at a big savins on
both. The new shapes in
plain and novelty trar
hats are here, men and
so is the weather to wear
8th St S. E.
the Nevy Yari'
One room on laoond Boor;
Call Columbia JIU. :i
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