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' KILLS TREES ______ Lanham Blames Ice Cream Wagon Drivers for Many ot Hit Troubles. Drivers of lei critm w*|oni are responsible for the death of many of the trees In the ptstrict of Columbia. According to the annual report of Superintendent Lanham of Trees and Parking. The report made to tha Commissioners today says that the drivers of the wagons empty the salt water from the freesers near the curb. tateadlBg to put the water Into tlie gutter, but that a great deal of the watar seeps back Into the parking around treee ajid kills them. Washington now has 106,309 trees planted on the strests, Mr. Lanham says, and calls attsntlon to the fact that the shade tress of ths city are the crowning glory of the Capital. Tha appropriation for tree planting has never been adequate, he says, and unlsss Congress Increases the appropriation, the extension of th? work in ths suburbs will have to be dlscontinued and an attempt made to maintain the existing trees only. The ' majority of the trees In the city need trimming to eave them, he ?ays, but on account o fthe high cost of labor It is Impossible to do this work with the ^ present appropriation. That trees are an asset to real I i I ' '! One ? i i ' , * For people who are often ' par," who feel "mot quite ft littlecmkeaof Fleischmann'. are m wonderful conditioner How i ye $ Some take i fruit-juices Some spreat ers or bread if \ 1 to 3 cakes a i betweei TeM rour grocer Imsnn'a Ku?l * ?f<SH I >?!? - ? k v-il* "Uncle Joe" Spends $7.60 for His Return To Seat in Coagress "Uncle Jo*" Cannon hu "rlak*d ' IT ?0 In hi* r&ct for the Republic** nomination (or Ctiptu In tb* Kighleenth C?Df rmluntl District ol Illlaola. K it Coollay. who la trying to capture the Republican nomination | from the man who ha* repreaented the Danvlll* dlatrlct In the lower houae for forty yeara haa epent $l.l?5?S. Arnold B. Smith, candidate for the Democratic nomination, haa apent nothing. Preliminary campaign atatementa. , filed her* today with the clerk of the National Houae of Kepreaenta- ' tlvea tell the foregoing atory. ' "Unci* Jo*" epent all hla money In 1 one place He paid It for a newa- ' paper advertlaement. ' estate. the auperlntendent aaya, la ' ahown by Jhe fact that aa aoon aa a j atreet la cut through, the real eatat* J man make application for the planting ( of treea along the curb About all the available ground In the nureery at Kort Dupont la now uaed, Mr. Lanbam aaya, and In ?. few yeara, unlea* more apace la given " him. he will be unable to aupply treea 1 for the city. Inaecta and dlaeaae alao claimed a ' large part of the time of the force c of the parka and parking, he aaya, * and J ,684 treea had to be removed ' during the flacal year on account of Inaecta, diaeaae and other cauaea. ' Deaplte thla. the number of treea In > Washington waa Inrreaaed by 1,145 t during the year. The total amount l of money apent in doing the work of t planting and caring for the treea dur- a tng the year waa |8'J,4<I0.0K. Maple treea lead In the number placed dur- ? ing the year, with pin oaka next and <1 elm third. 1 vital ele in mai "Run-down can be c 3*r\ su lj / iJ N" It has ' _ furnish ? meals a called vi is lackin tr'thi cveryda tYe*at Witho nourishir body car quota of ity and e For yi been wo tO take institute vegetabli ast number mine. B _ every-da; the proci 17 \ And tl H \ vitamine \ little cak \ P??Physic pimples with a "i t dissolved in are "not or in water J / The fai /t marred // that ap . yr/ Boils //\ each ot y.}\\ Both of lowei lit on crack- In lc as a c and bl cured o J^y - weeks. for thei Others tike it boils ai , . sure to plain day?before or ci meal* fn to 9mnd Flmimch ith your fgulmr *41-94S Mm Han Prindac ??????J son Oma B \ 1C. DEFEATED| IN U. S. UNION Washington Delegates Fail in Attempt to Abolish Mine Vice Presidents. By ITAKK t'OHHI!?l,ONI>lC*T. 8T. LOUIB. Hspt. 10.?President .uther C. Steward and the admlnlatra" 1 Ion forces of the National Kederalon of Federal Employea. In conven- c ;lon here, today triumphed over a ? concerted move to undermine their ?>e legates atarted balloting this I ifternoon for national officers and. ? ludglng from the united aupport ? 11ven President Steward, In the deeat of antagonistic resolutions, he fill b? re-elected to the presidency ( without oppoaltlon. , President Steward and the conlervattva forces of the federation icored a notable victory thla morning ( n the defeat of the resolution prelented by l^ocal No. 2, of Washingon, D. C.. which aimed to abolish the ( ifflcss of nine vice presidents and ( ihear the executive council from ( ileven to Ave membera. j It was declared that certain mem- , lers of the Washington local clrcu- ( a ted the entire membership of the ( ederatlon and did considerable cam ( talgnlng to procure the passage of he resolution which was to become in amendment to the constitution All of this effort proved of no avail vhen a vote of delegates showed a 1 leclstve defeat of the resolution ; Vhlle President Steward and | jment fo ly foods " condition, it aused by lack bstance in ou RITION experts have recent made a discovery of far-reachii importance to many people. been found that our bodies cann the energy we need, if our dai re lacking in one single elemer famine. And this essential eleme ig in many of the foods we e yut this vitamine, no matter he ig our food may be otherwise, tl inot store up and give out its fi vigor. That means lowered viti nergy. ears scientists and physicians ha< rking on this problem in the gre ns of the country. Ordinary fre; ;s, especially spinach and of foods contain the essential vil ,ut they have shown that in mar y foods, it has been removed I ess of manufacture or preparatio he richest source of this life-givii has been found to be the famili ;e of yeast that is used in bakir ians have long prescribed yeast f< and boils?complaints that con run-down" condition?when peop quite tit." For pimples and boils :es of thousands of men and women ar by pimples and blackheads ? blemishe pear repeatedly. [seldom come singly, but usually folio* her over period of time. pimple* and boils are, as a rule, the reaul red vitality?of a "run-down" condition. ading hoapitals yeast is being prescribe* onditioner to correct pimples ackheads (acne) and boils. cases of boils have been either i r greatly improved within two J from 1 to 3 cakes of FleiachYeast before or between meals, ic complaints. In all cases of id in acute cases of acne, be 6 consult your doctor. i c IE FLE1SCHMANN COMPAN' 701 WiaMsiM Street, New York. N. Y. lion S?. Wefcster Bl. a 527 8. 8slie 8t?, CJil Ids . lestlU. W..h. Simcoe 8t..Toroa( WIRES COLBY SHE WASN'T ALLOWED TO VOTE ATLANTA. Hapt. I#.?Mr*. McLmdnm, wt?d rnffrip L*?4?r is Dm South. lui wired Secretary of Htate Colby at Walking ton. declaring she ?u denied the priTliege of voting in Wodaaoimy'a primary "on account of my **." Several women preaenlad themealvea at the polU in different Cla of tie State but ao far aa ww none waa allowed to vote. iSicera of the organisation will no leoy that the preaent executive coun :ll perhaps la cumoersome. they wtr <ppo?rd to the nature of the resolu Ion presented In thla regard. The resolution generally wai re larded aa the principal effort of sev iral move* lo weaken the preaen tdinlnlst ratlve force and finally oua he officers. Mashlngton delegate* were ap pointed to prominent places on com itilttees. Hftewart K Blosslnghar *'* named chairman of the commute >n education. Mlaa Belle Trculaod. o [he Bureau of Kngraving and Prlntlni made a memter of the commute >n reporta of officers. Burd W. |'ayn? president of I^ocal, No. 2. was put 01 the committee on constitution, whll. Je.org* A. Hill was oppolnted a mem wr of the comimttee on resolutloni Miss Gertrude McNally heads the com nittee on legislation, of which Jere rolah Connolly also was elected i nember. All of these commltteemei ire from Washington. D. C. CHURCH SPURNS DRY LAW. Ar>KI*A!I>K, South Australia. Sept 0 Resolutions favoring prohlbltlor were rejected by the Anglican Synod n session here. und lac we eat is now know % of one sing r meals Iv Today Fleischmann's tig as a valuable condition! with wonderful propertie: ot ' Thousands of men an ly "run-down"?who grow it, ?or often lack energy? nt mann's Yeast as a daily c at plies the essential vitam full health and vigor are ?w Many people ask: " lie eaten have the same ei ill bread?" No. In the be tl- ilated just like any other digested and agrees with 3 /e time. Only one precai people who are trouble< sh better to stir the yeast i a boiling water before takin >a' Eat Fleischmann's Ye *-v tween meals?from 1 t n You will quickly learn to ferent people prefer it i ^ dissolved in fruit juice or 1J: bread and butter or crack To learn many interest rjr health-giving properties ic Yeast, fill out the coupo le for the booklet on this mann's Yeast can be obta For constipa e An increasing number of people a have become "alavea" to laxati nired that ordinary preparation temporary relief?they cannot ri v of constipation. Ordinary laxatives are of thr t substances that may injure the sei oil* that merely lubricate; drug a habit. Fleischmann's Yeast by ' better suited to the stomach an either drugs or oils. A a habit. Yeaat a food?a tends to restore the I the bowel a Its value l""' | strated by investigati Xj/j ducted in the Jefferaor \ I ?nd other leading ins1 ^For constipation ta ^ Fleischmann's Yeast A4 J consult your physicia Y I THE FLEI8CH (Address our | Sen Francisco tg- I Send me witl >? *'* least fer II ?-C?n??U My Name .... J Street . City | State (SICK ON ALIMONY DAYS, WFE SAY! Baseball Star Fast on Basel Heavy Slugger, But Can't Do Any "Work." NEW YORK, M*pt 10. That pradi U > Hon for manly (port which maki Wilbur C. Molt on* of the bast play era that tha ball laam of Ea*t Kock* way. L I . avar had waa read Into th record In the aupreme court In Brook - lyn yeaterday whan hla wife appear* 1 by counael and eat forth that a ma ' v-ho can laat through nine Innlnga < c a faat name and acor* nearly ever time be (oea to bat la alrong fnouf to do auch a day'a work aa would In - auhe hla paying a reaaonable allmon with regularity. ' Molt, according to hla wlfe'a affl 1 davlta. left hla home four yeara ag< aylng that he waa going to Call fornla on a vacation For a whll following hla departure allenc " aeemed to envelop him. Then he r? * turned, but. ahe allege*, not to he In th* courae of time aha began a * action li? aeparatlon, aaklng. aa wer*. a decree dn Jure In aupplemei to a condition de facto. The eoui r awarded her 910 a week pendente lit or abiding Ita determination. , In court yeaterday Mra. Mott a piled to have her huaband adjudgt _ In contempt becauae ha haa not pal 0 her three week*' alimony and a coui (1 ael fee of |4i. He In hla anawerln affidavit aet forth that he la alckl and dependent on hla father for aui port, and that even If a jail were I yawn for him he could not And U >90 which would take him out of a 1 reara. I, To which Mra. Mott flled a replyln I affidavit. She pointed out that th king I -n, rle ft I yeast is recognized :r?a simple food > It X I d women who are "tired out'' easily -are taking Fleischonditioner. It supine without which impossible. Won't yeast when ffect as in raising >dy, yeast is assimfood. It is easily rou perfectly at any ition is necessary: i with gas find it nto a half-glass of Z itast before or be. 0 3 cakes a day. like its taste. Difin various ways? water?spread on ers?or plain. ing facts about the of Fleischmann's n below and send subject. Fleischined at all grocers. tiort whom we know ves. It is recogs can bring only I cmove the cause* I ee kinds: coarse rmitive intestines; s that may form its very nature is d intestines than nd it cannot form conditioner that normal action of has been demon* ons recently con1 Medical College | titutions. kejl to 3 cakes of a day. Always ii in acute cases. m I MANN COMPANY. ofRc* In New York. Chicago, Seattlr, , or Toronto.) ?out tint * copy of your new book, ealth. r-llt." I Mdoa't Heart Wu Fall f Of Hootch, and He Tried J ToBvjtkWafooLoad J NAUHVIUJB. Tmb.. ?ept 1* Influent a* mm at work Lb tk? m*lon avkit tuday A lirmir carted ? load Into l.<eba'? non by mliiakt and sold una of the lone, atrtpad variety Intended for * exclualve clientele The customer. who paid 50 canta. rafuaad to return It thrlca the prlca, though * unaware It had bean "plugged" and 1a that the gurgle at Ita heart waa In a quart bottla. k. An hour later the atrangar returned and tried to buy the whola load, wagon and team Included. Ha [ alao aought to buy tha courthouse 4 from the Judge, It was reported. n Prohibition officer* alao were a<,f live In the market. ? defendant at the preaent time la playing baaeball regularly on the East Kockaway team one of the faaleat y team* In a section of Cong laland renowned for hard hlttera and fleet [* runneia. Upon the laat two Baturdays ?he declared, and for an unreckoned number of Haturdaya prior * thereto, the defendant. In hla weak* ened phyaical condition, haa playad >* nine Inning* In gamea that have been ' r held on tho*e day*, and haa acored In , n each game in which he played. Thta. , It Ura Mott aubralta. "la rather atrcnu- j1" it oua exerclae for one dlpe/ident J "t the charity of hla father." The quaea. tlon before the court then being: ( Could not thla man go out and do a t ? regular day* work? * id Justice Mcudder reaerved declalon, \ <1 but Mott left the courtroom wearing f ii- a countenance corrugated by llnea of * g deep thought. i two randautfamilies i fl figure in divorces 1* One Mrs. R. Wgnta Back Alimany, Other la Answered by Hugband in Suit. Two Kandall famillea figured In divorce proceeding* In the Dlatrict 1 Huprerrie Court yeaterday. Mra. Maude U Randall filed a petition to compel payment of 1*2.30 back alimony by her husband. Thomas A., whom she la suing for limited divorce. John 1^ Randall filed < an anawer to the divorce ault of hla 1 wife, Badle V.. In which ahe charged cruelty and abualve language. Randall alleges that hla Income la only 185 a month, out of which he is paying for the family home at 123Walnut street northweat. . The two Randalls are not cloaely related. girl's nose broken as motorcycle hits tree Mies Kmma Hartbower, eighteen veara old. of Fairfax county, suffered a broken noae and a possible fracture of the akull in a motorcycle accident on the Camp Humphreys road yesterday and is in the Alexandria Hospital. Misa Hartbower was riding in the aide car of her cousin. Reese Hart- .? bower's motorcycle, when the ma- Ichine skidded and struck a tree. She was brought to Alexandria by Ward Stuart, who was passing In an automobile. Dr. 8. B. Moore attended _ her. The (Jrlver of the motorcycle 1 was only slightly injured. celebrates 4th year ' in church he created The Rev. B. Bagby will celebrate his fourth anniversary as pastor of j the Columbia Heights Christian Church, Park road. Sunday. Mr. Bagby developed a small mission. which met In the old posto'fflce building, to a congregation of more than 500, which has raised $30,000 for a new church building. Before taking over his present charge, he was for sixteen years pastors of the Ninth Street Christian Church. LECTURES^N VOLCANOES. The action of volcanoes was described by Dr. Arthur L. Day, of the grophyalcal laboratory of the Carnegie Institution, In a speech last night at the dinner of the Washington Art* Club. WAR MOTHERS TO MEET. jjL The Dlatrlpt chapter of American War Mothers will meet tonight at the home of Mra. William F. Gude, 1800 New Hampshire avenue. SHUBERT-BELASCO DAVID BBLA8CO Preaent* FRANCES STARR la a New Play by Kdward Knob lock ''OWE" COMMBNCTNC) MONDAY?8KATS NOW k WALTER HAST , ? Present* Josephine Victor la "MARTINIQUE" g By Lawrence Rrre, wtth Arthnr Hohl. H A Bomaneo of the French West Indies. B Good for Monday. Sept. l??h. Only. H "MVR AND SKE" Ttil* t'onpon If presented will I eeare dWornit aa follows: 1 Opining MYS2.60 SEAT FOR $2.00 II8NT AIT 2.00 SEAT FOR 1.60 pcin.n W I " ?"T FM 115 * i.?o seat for .7s : i COW?" ! ART .50 SEAT FOR .36 | f 1 Flan HtgiiIt War Tn ^ | ? ^ POLI8 Tonight at 8:20 | ahnbert MAT. SATURDAY ? I . Attraction* r. Bay Oamatook aad Morris Oeat Preson* A "WILD CHERRY" J By Oar Bolton, with oR BPTH AHKTT.KT?TTM MfBTITT Aad a DtoMngoUtied raat Ml Com. Neat Man. Nlgbt?Seata Now A. H. Woods Offers > I'l Jl JifcVHUdi'iii i PamUkH wltk a Million l*aavh? 0gg2EI3312B >B. Ay*. at 21st N. la open air on marble nnd glaaa, I every week nlfkt. rain or aklao, to mania dlvlae. M GAYETY - Ninth Mow F AM. THIN WBKK?BATINKK DAILT. KT moliie williams ' ami hfr (iRCATUT HIIOW \ N?!*l \V?*k. llerry H**tini> A II '* ?COL Has b*en pack+<l to formanc* this wtek. maud make* necotsa <1 la ii.. Sftaaatk W?>liirt Ml ml IU ran*4 m?*I?I Hmw ^ Iwk TIE FEATIIEKiklblMl mHi da/ lwf*ul ml 10:M, A. *.. It Ml 1:10, ?.M. 1 iM ud ?.?? P. M. p MCONTIRVOVI?10ul T NEXT WEEK R Moons'* A I A L T O PERnEO WOMAN HKARD IN KIALTO lXJBBV "Madunf X" hu irfml ?u?prni and IU anunnal rliarartrr anil fli hudllat are clenifnlt bound I warh tlw huafi. WpSSSff? Qr LAST TWO DAYS ? ORCATEST MOTHER-ID VE-STO l^^UUhi . 0?C?t?TRAL. rCATUWEt. i??ClAL.>U?tlOIAWH9 . MOORCS OARDCN vnvv TMCATCR 1M <\ l>C3 OAlLY-IIAMiltftH. nnrrdrd SPECIAL, be Brat ORCHCtrffAT I nor SCIXCTCO M Ira rla Man" AUKIUMtltS ETRANI m HIMTM *T D1TMIT PlUCRfl?Inrlndln* war lax? M-. 44? t*?, llfl K??_ IV. *4?. t AIL*, t to ll p. m. HUN.. S lo II p. I S3 <k?n at Papalar Prl? A LI. THIS WF.KK. HK> KN *(T? HIGHEST-CLASS VAUDEVILL : ?7 :* ? :?# p. m. AIm> Pramlar rhotodramatlo Praaantatlnn of GEORGE WALSH In Ilia UtMt IVmltirllnn "SINK OR SWIM" Addad attraction* Mallnaa nnlf Two-raal Cnmadjr?flcantr?N?wi ORCII KflTR A I. FBAT1TWKII iintMifist.'fti LI HKMIV W. HAVAtiK ??Frr. I MITZI In Iha Naw MikImI Hna?an lady billy ARTINO MMUT-HKAT* Mtl.l. JOII* ttlHT lWf?? ha llarirnni and Kanaallonal Mual I'aatlma JIIV7, JAM, JEMS Mith ADA MAE WEEKS an Mnglr < nmi of Hinterm. I>?n??rs a tMBMiftkari. PEW'S? 4 UMBIA?| 1 abeotule capacity at every per- ? This unprecedented public de ry, beginning Sunday a j* iECOII MEAT WEEK? 4 Of thte alfklr IVmmwI life?Tka la??l? of Ml* olth ask V1 . MM It. adafd I) IraiiM M ^ MwIm frwai k ^ FMIIE llltl t H r .?J I..I I ... lUf) >1 lh? MB* I J I aama Tin >! | I "I a h>- jfc I k 1 aoal' Jjt ... I I ad it. ?ii jj^ *1 | D LOEWS _ I I ALACt / I l?all>ao?a. lUt.tO mm.?II p.s, y I I.AST TWO DAYS WALLACE I REID I "WHAT'S YOUR HORRY?" I BnlanlM Daadar ELSIE FERGUSON ! -I .ady KaiH Daughter" 9* .11 CMIDILL'I F it 10tfc ?< Metropolitan < C C 101.10 A. M. to 11 P. SL #C I.AST TOO l)AYI y <5 LOUISE i 55 G LAUM jfl| C% la m Klin Play lie I,use 3 S S LOVE madness 3 %% I nrqualrd Supplraaoatarlea 3 Jc |#CRAHDALL'S 18tb i?dC?l. Rd 1II Knickerbocker "I % Brclnalaic at U:30 P. M. J \J NORMA i] If TALMADGE C In a Flrat National Hit, |] <% "YES or NO?" * ari B.F.KEITH'S AUp DAILY J;" SUN. l?* HOL'YS LST.fiT 5M .Hrata at Ur Mats. "ORE OF THE BEST-Herald EDUARDO A ELI8A CANSINO BILLY ARLINGTON A CO. In "MINTAKK* Mil.I. HAPPEN." KRA >/. A I.A SAI.I.K. FRtKC'l* RB , NAl'l.T. Mitoa A Cole. Arnold A UmH lurt. Kqallle Broa. Camilla's Bird*. E /\ I I V PBWVA! AVB. r U L L I AT Rtk ST. I Today at Silt?T?al(kt at 81IS. I The Broadway Belles TOKHiHT AFTER THE SHOW TURNER VS. OISH! 2^ S??l W>rk?-Social Folllea." I ^waB?S?!nSS!SCSI8BSBSS^^ Open Throughout Sfptemhfr k GLEN ECHO B Frw Admlaalon Amiiwrnrnt Pnrk n COJiRV ISI.AM) ATTRAITIOXS H Brat llaarr Pavilion South of K. V. E SEASON ENDS SUNDAY E LAST TIMES FOR FUN f SHIBERT-8ARRICK Mm im. Shnhert Sf*ta Now on SaJ^?N?t Hnnday Kent. 12 RICHARD BENNETT MON. TO THt'RS. MAT. FOR THE DEFENSE Bt F.lmw I, Rlrr, author of "On Trial." THI RH. XKIHT TO SAT. Ktifmr O. OnoHI'a Xojwrh Drama. Beyond the Horizon =: / " FARF.W F.I.I. HK.KK )THR OARRICK MAVKHS | Hi a rfrtral of ! "EAST LYNNE" ?, SHI RKBT-OARRICK, P at Soroath. A E Chesapeake Beach Oa Rranllfd Chraaprakr Ray. Washington's Salt Water Resort Oaly One Hoar'a I?M?. SAI.T WATER RATHIHK, CAFKI FREE DANCING ON BOARDWALK n All other ara?kar? aaa?mrata. IMI Sunday??|S?. II A. M.?3iSO. 3lSN?. 4t4S. S P. M. Saturday? cal ailft. 10. I I ilO A. M ?i1. 21.10. ? .ti2B. Ri.tO. H P. 1. 1 Rraort rl?ir? It* 1020 *ra*n* jj Sunday, September mh.