THE WASHINGTON TDfES, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1919.
Money means Trork. Don't labor for
trivialities. SaTe your labor and buy
Bon-Opto for the Eyes
Physicians and eye specialists pre
scribe Bon-Opto as a. safe home remedy
in the treatment of eye troubles and to
strengthen eyesight. Sold under money
refund guarantee by all drnorjrists.
MUST JUVSWER WIFE'S SUIT.
David N Aioxley was ser ed -ith
a court order aipned by Justice Hitz
today requiring him to show cause
June 13 why he should not contri
bute to the support of his wife, Mrs.
Nellie C. Moxley The latter has
filed suit for a limited divorce charg
ing nonsupport and misconduct. The
husband, the wife alleges, frequently
stayed out all night. They were mar
ried Jn Vienna, Va., in June. 1903. At
torney Alfred D. Smith represents
The figures for Anthracite production for the first
part of May show that the producion is running 12
per cent below that of a year ago, so that the large ton
nage loss, recorded in February, March, and April, in
stead of being overcome, is steadily growing larger as
the weeks go by. If this state of affairs continues,
which seems probable, there are reasons to fear a
serious situation next winter.
The producing interests, being flooded with orders
for domestic sizes, have every incentive to speed up
operations, but are unable to do so owing to labor con
ditions. It is not at all likely that labor will become
more plentiful, but, on the contrary, men are leaving
the mining regions daily.
If the public will buy freely during the summer
months, things may work out the same as last year.
The greatest danger is that too many consumers will
fail to take advantage of the warnings to stock up. At
present the retailers have but few orders they can fill,
this is partly due to people insisting on having certain
sizes that are available only in limited quantities and
refusing to accept other sizes that are plentiful. The
number of customers who have ordered a season's sup
ply of Anthracite and expressed a willingness to take
anything they can get that is suitable for their use is
much smaller than a year ago.
Consumers can assist largely in overcoming the
chance of a serious fuel situation next winter by placing
their orders without further delay, by so doing the retail
dealer will have daily work, -securing the coal and get
ting it delivered. A united concentration, and no Toss
of time, will have a large bearing on the supply and
demand of next winter's fuel.
I find that it will be possible at this time to accept
orders from my regular customers, and take orders of
the trade wishing to place their order with me, limiting
the amount to the extent of filling the orders with coals
carefuly selected from the best mines.
Inquiries by mail or telephone are solicited and given
the attention due soon as received.
A representative will call if requested.
W. W. GRIFFITH
B. & O. R. R. Trestle
1st and N Ste. N. E.
Famous Reading Anthracite and the Consolidated
Coal Co.'s Bituminous
Phone Franklin 4840
0 MORE D
B A C K FROM
HOBOKEN X. J-. June - 10. Ten
Washington men have arrived at He
boken. They are Lieut. Col. Joseph "v
Rumbough. Farmsboro apartments;
Lieut. Junius L. Powell. 141st Infan
trv. 1321 New Hampshire avenue.
j Corp. Theodore Ward. Company M,
I 3:6th Infantrv. 4406 Kansas avenue
northwest: Wagoner Robert B. Taff,
42S Ninth street northwest; Private
Mendel A. Keith. Sixty-eighth Com
pany. Transportation Corps, SOS Wit
tier street northwest. Private Alex
ander B. Witt. 720 Fourth street
southeast; Private Charles K. Balster,
519 Fourth street northwest. Private
Robert M Burton, Headquarters Con.
pany. 345th Field Artillery. 621 Nine
teenth street northwest. Private Her
bert E Sweeney. Battery E. M5th
Field Artillery. 927 Hambleton street
northwest. Private Frank Place. Com
pany L. 326th Infantry, 1367 Pennsyl
vania aenue southeast.
11 ELECTED TO
Eleven new members were elected
to the Board of Trade at a meeting
of the executive committee yesterday
' nftnrnAAn It nrm annrmnrftd that
during the summer months the mem
bership committee will meet on the
second and fourth Wednesdays of
each month instead of weekly.
Announcement was made that the
board has' been asked to co-operate
uuh the Federal highway council for
the improvement of national roads
and highways and with the United
States Chamber of Commerce in a
campaign to establish a national
The new members elected were
William IC Petty. H. R. Stanford.1
George M. Rue. W. Gerry Morgan.
Adolph Gude. Charles H. Leavell,
Charles B. Healy. S. R. Harris. Mur
ray A. Russell, William E. Weigle,
Thomas T. Brown, and Arthur A.
U Y OR
PARTS. June 10. An international
! conference on the status of Ireland Is
proposed by Frank P. Walsh and Ed
ward Dunne, former governor of Illi
nois. In a communication sent to the
American peace delegates.
Primarily the commission is t.i In
vestigate the report on Irish condi
tions sent by the Irish Americans to
President Wilson. It is proposed
that Premier Lloyd George appoint
three members; the various political
factions in Ireland are to choose
three more, while Americans, French,
Italians or Japanese axe to have representation.
f ff ' yy
Seen on Freight Cars
Sure Sips of Liquor
CHICAGO. June 10 If while out
autoing you should be stopped on
the crossing by a freight train
and should see a car in the train
marked "XX." "23 - 23 - 23."
"Buzx-z-x." "Heaven" or some
thing equally as mysterious, you
have stumbled on a warm clue.
And the chances are a high
powered automobile will come
racing along doing its bast to
keep abreast of the "marked"
For the mysterious markings
Indicate a liquor-laden car and
those in the automobile racing
alongside are "whiskey thieves.'
who will follow the train until it
stops, then help themselves to
R- H. Alshton, regional director
of railroads, in issuing an order
against placing placards or mark
ings other than standard forms
on cars, explained all about the
A lookout where the train is
made up spots the booxe car.
marks It, then goes on about his
business. Lookouts scattered
along the right of way of the rail
way watch for these markings,
then when the chance presents
itself raid the cars.
THE DENY GUILT
GIRL KILLED, 3 HURT
AS SHELL EXPLODES
BALTIMORE. Md.. June 10. A girl
employe was killed, three were
wounded and a general panic follow
ed the explosion yesterday afternoon
of a 6-lnch shrapnel shell at the low
er shed of the park plant of Bartlett
Hayward Company, manufacturers of
munitions. One of the tHree wound
ed girls is In a precarious condition
at Mercy Hospital.
Since the armistice the plant has
confined . its work to the unloading
of the sh&lls, and it was during this
process that the accident occurred,
supposedly from friction caused by
tha probing of the wadding with
small brass rods.
The dead girl was Miss Marie Len
hardt. twenty-two years old. Flying
shrapnel -severed her head from her
body. The injured are Mary Kolajn
germ. now at Mercy Hospital suffer
ing from numerous wounds and se
vere burns about the face; Sarah
Smardon, face wounds, and Mabel
Lee, face wounds.
Mid-Month List of,
MAYOR PUTS DAN
DETROIT, Mich., June 10. Fred Z.
Collins, vice consul for Greece hce,
and Grant Hugh Browne, millionaire
sportsman, under indictment with
Capt Soterios Nicholson, of Washing
ton, ffhance officer of the ordn.ance
department of the United States army. ,
on charges of conspiracy to defraud ,
the Government in the disposal of ex- j
cess army supplies valued at $30,000,-
000, were arraigned in United State I
district court yesterday and held for j
trial July S.
They pleaded not guilty and bail !
was fixed at $20,000 each. Captain j
Nicholson, it was announced, is being .
held for possible action by the War
Bert Harris, a New York Junk
dealer, also arrested in connection
with the alleged conspiracy to elimi
nate competitive bidding for the army
supplies, was given a preliminary
hearing before United States Com
missioner Hurd and bound over to
the grand jury for examination
June 24. !
TORK, Pa., June 10. Mayor C. S.
j Hugentugjer invoked yesterday for
the first time the law recently passed
by .the State Legislature, which gives
jhim authority to regulate dance halls.
The mayor rerused to grant a
license for" a dance arranged by an.
organization for next Thursday night
known as the So Different Club. The
entertainment was advertised as a
"short dress ball," where the grown
up ladies would act and dress like
Lester Walker Asks Divorce,
Charging Wife Left Him on
ROCKVTLLE. Md.. June 10 Charg
ing that he was deserted on his
wedding day, Lester L. Walker has
filed suit in the circuit court here
for an absolute divorce from Grace
R. Walker, now a resident of Mar
tinsburg, W. Va.
K. I LeCompte. State game war
den, has appointed Baruch O. Ma
jrruder, of Glen Echo, and Joseph W
Bowie, of Chevy Chase, deputy game
wardens for this county.
Harry C. Grove,
1210 G St.
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This is the first saxophone record
that brings out the real saxophone
tones and the result is a whirlwind
medley fox-trot to dance to. Coupled
with'Waiting,"from" Listen Lester,"
another fox-trot that will make you
step lively. A-2730 85c
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Longing -a Love Song
With. Lovehr Harmonies
A song of love and longing exquisitely
harmonized by the Sterling Trio.
Coupled with "Lullaby Blues," the first
Columbia numb.er by the American
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irf- Oa4a at.iti m nr .wim.
and Charles S. Dahlquist. of Detroit, i
Mich., were married in Rockville ye
terday afternoon by the Rev. P
Rowland Wagner, pastor of the Bap
The Rev. O. C. Barnes, pastor of
the Christian Church, officiated at
the marriage here yesterday after
noon of Miss Hazel Kitchen, of Ovid,
Mich., and Charles P. Dletz, of Philadelphia.
Othor coupleo married in Rockrllle
within the last day or two were M1m
Martha E. Stamp and George Walter
Andre. Jr.. both of Washington, and
Miss Eleanor H. Wood and Wl'I'am
Paul King, both of Philadelphia, thr
Rev. Millard F. Minnick, rector rf
Christ Episcopal Church, performing
Spend your vacation this summer in the heart of the
The climatic, scenic and recreational advantages of
this outing region annually attract multitudes or sum
Smooth motor roads lead to high mountain passes; and
trails lead to woodland glades where the ground was
cnever trenched by spade, and flowers spring up unsown."
Lakes and rushing streams full of game fish.
Here are two National Parks, six National Monuments
(and more than twenty million acres of National Forests.
Summer Excursion Fares
Ask for the booklets you want. They describe Colorado and
Utah Rockies, the two National Parks Rocky Mountain and Mesa
.Verde also the six National Monuments.
Ask the local ticket agent to help plan your trip or apply to nearest Consoli
dated 'Ticket Office or address nearest Travel Bureau, United States Railroad
Administration, 646 Transportation Building, Chicago; 143 Liberty Street,
i New York City; 602 Hcaley Building, Atlanta, Georgia.
United-Seates Railroad -Admimstmiion?
COXSOMrHTKn TICKET office
1230 F Street V. TV.
Wnshlngtnn, D C.
Licenses have been issued by the
clerk of the circuit court here tr
the marriape of Miss Lillian Ida
Tharpe. of Morrisvillr. Va., and Sam
uel E. Via, of Del Ray, Va.. and Miss
Lucile Jones, of Chevy Chase, and
Joseph T. Moore, of Friendship
SUIT AGAINST FLYER
The suit for divorce broupnt sev
eral week apr In the District courts
by Mrs. Harriett M. Wickersham
against Lieut Morgan W. Wlekrr
sham. an honorably dlchar$;ed army
aviator, has been dropped by Mrs
Wlckersham. she Asking; that the
chargre? be dismissed.
Lieut. Wickersham met his wife
while a freshman at the University
of Pennsylvania, and they were mar
ried a short time later Lieutenant
Wickersham spent tun years in the'
army aiation corps and part of the1
time in France He wu honorably
discharged January 2R
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"Eyes That Say I Love You" are the only
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the same singers. A-2726 85c
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Turkestan .... Billy Murray, and American Quartette ) A-2728
Idol (Just Let Me Worship You) . . Young and Reardon J 85c
King Cotton March Columbia Band j A-6 105
High School Cadets March Columbia Band J $1.25
Mary Ann One-step . Waldorf Astoria Dance Orchestra 1 A-2720
Bevo Blues Onostep . . . Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra J 85c
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