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THE PINK OF PERFECTION
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tries, complete financial reports and
all news in the Pink Edition of The
Times every day.
600 Unionists Threaten Walk
out May 1 Over Proposal to
Washington faces a bakers'
strike, beginning May 1, as the
result of a serious wage disagree
ment between master bakers of
the city and 600-odd union bakers.
The only apparent means to
?aye Washington from going
breadless, cakeless and pielees
lies in the hands of E. H. Dunni
gan, appointed by the Department
of Labor as conciliator in the
No Way Out of It.
John Q. Schmidt, secretary , and |
business agent of Bakers and Con
fectioners' Union, Local No. 118, said
today that a conference between all
Interested parties last Wednesday
brought the matter to a crisis.
Asked If a strike were contem
plated Mr. Schmidt declared, "Mos!
of our members seemed to be In
dined very strongly that way."
"If the employ.ng bakers do not
continue the present scale of wages."
?aid Mr. Schmidt, "there Is no was
out of it but a strike."
It is proposed by the employing
bakers, according to Mr. Schmidt, to
decrease the present wage seal'
from 90 cents to SO cents an hour for
day work, and from $1 to 90 cents an
hour for night work, when the pres
ent agreement terminates. The em
ployers further desire to stipulate
that tney shall control the length of j
a working day. which arrangement
would have the bakers to work two
or four or six hours a day instead of
the established eight-hour day, de
pending on the wishes of the employ
ers. Agoinst these twt> changes in
working conditions, said Mr. Schmidt,
the union is strongly opposed.
Meeting to He Called.
Leon S. Ulman, vice president of
Holmes A Sons' bakery and presi
dent ?f the Employing Bakers' As
sociation, today will confer with
Conciliator Dunnigan and the execu
tive committee of the association, to
shape further the policy of the em
Mr. Schmidt announced that sev
eral members of the union asked
that a meeting be called tonight to
decide definitely on the stand of the
employes, but the gathering was
postponed until next Saturday night.
If no definite agreement Is
reached by that time, said Mr.
Schmidt, a strike will be called.
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR ENJOY
CIRCUS FOR BRICHTWOOD
With representatives from local
eommanderies in attendance, the
Clrcus-falr of Brightwood Com
mandery. No. 6, Knights Templar,
opened at Georgia avenue and Mill- j
tary road last night.
After passing In review before
Eminent Commander George Lohrer
of the Brightwood organization, the
Masons entered the grounds and
Joined In the merriment.
Many thrilling exhibitions were
given by the Gloth Greater Shows
performers, outstanding among
which was the dare-devtd act of the
"Fearless Greggs " acrobats who
loop the loop and do other startling
stunts while driving automobiles
in the air.
The plantation singers. Hawaiian
dancers, Mile. Elsie, "the world's
most talked of woman," and other
features came In for their full
?hare of applause.
J. J. P. Mullane, director of the
arrangements, announced that all
local blue lodges would be the
guests of honor tonight.
BANDIT FELLS WOMAN,
ESCAPES WITH HANDBAC!
Attacked by a negro while welkins
In front of her home lae' night. Mrs.
Catherine C. Johnston, 1323 Vermont
avenue, wan robbed of her handbag, i
containing $2. In a s'ruggle wlthl
the bandit, Mrs. Johnsto* was thrown
to the ground and sustained a fr \r- j
ture of her nose. She was treated by
Dr. Herbert E. Martyn. deputy coro
ner, who was nearby when she wits
Lauretta Whltly, 2240 Cleveland
place northwest, todav reported to
the police that while at a dance hall
at Twelfth and IT streets northwest
last night, a negro snat. hed a $5 bl'l
from her hand and fled.
A sneak thief yesterday stole a dia
mond scarfpln, valued at $65, rind
$1.50 in cash, from the apartment of
Miss Lucile Burroughs, 1201 Q street
CONFEDERATES TO JOIN
IN TRIBUTE TO GRANT
President Harding has been asked
by the 8ons of Confederate Veterans
to make next Thursday a half-holi
day In the Government departments,
so that Federal employes may at
tend the dedication of the Grant me
morial In the Botanic Gardens.
The petition was ma.te through
Frank F. Conway, division adjutant.
Who said his organljt.it ion planned to
take part In recognition of the good
feeling existing between the North
Jeffers Addresses Legion.
Congressman T^amar Jeffers who
served as a major during the world
war. made the principal address ls?t
night st the dedication of the colors
and standnrds of the Stuart WnV
pott Post Vo. 10 Amerl'fm Lcglnf'.
V'atsun I' Miller command"'1 of th'>
l>'*trics nf r'olumh'n n ?Msrtment of
tlie T.egio" In'rrxT "1 'h? speaker
nnd .\lex'tnd>'r M it err - post con*
MMiider deJiveied an address tf
BIT SHE'S (JOT THE GOLI). I
Alias Ima Load
la very fair,
Her none is pug
But I don't care.
Her eyes are crossed,
Her hair is red,
But still 1 stick
To what I've said.
She's pigeon toed,
Her feet are flat,
There's very little
'Neath her hat.
But still HI wed
This lady bold.
She has two million
Dollars in gold.
(From the Hopvtlle Heralfl.)
MRS. INCH, while Koine through
her YARD to MKTRK friend, fell,
breaking her FOOT. She wan
carried a MII.K to I>r. ROO'M
honpllal where we learned that the
Injury doe* KNOT ACRK much and
that ithe dnenn't Intend Maying In
Close up dein wings, chicken,
yo's rtlardin' niali progress!
II. N. EVERETT.
AS THE FRENCH
SPEAK 01 R LANGUAGE .
"Oul, my wife Is 111," Raid the
Frenchman to his American friorid.
"But it ees nothing. The doctor,
she tells me it is very small."
"And from what is madam suf
fering?" he was asked.
"Ah, the doctor she says that
madatne has the small pox."
EAMON o S.
The boy ntood on the dfck, envflopfd
< a*abianca *a* mi Id to he hi* name.
Tlio* much exponed to arute thermalizn
To hi* fate he,wan filled wltte'rentrna
Which ha? brought him adulatory fame.
GIRLS LEAD TIIE WAY.
FOR GOOD OR EVII
J. H. A. is greatly alarmed for
fear that the gentlewoman if
passing too fast. He has been
reading about certain Chicagi
flappers who like to be called
"snuggle-puppies," and who lead
their boy friends a fast pari
calling the boys who fail to ava>
themselves of liberties offered
"sissies, poor boobs and flat
According to the tenets of thi
society, "No young man can
prove his devotion save to the
tune of fin to $25 an evening,
and if he hasn't a car of his own
he had better get a taxi."
These are isolated cases of fast
life in a big city, and J. H. A.
need have no further fears that
young women of this sort repre
sent the real womanhood of the
country, and especially in such a
clean city as Washington.
Girls of this sort fool nobody
but themselves. They sow seeds
that reap whirlwinds of sorrow
and fields blackened with future
unhappiness. There are not many [
of them compared to the huge I
majority of fine, upstanding I
girls who do nothing to reproach !
themselves for or to bring re- 1
proach to those who love them. I
Oodles of Americans will sure
'in k their homes, from the
cllar door down, at lerst, when
hey learn that England's
champion spirit mover is in
A "hard-boiled egg" Is never so
hard but whut there is some
I>oom for improvement Is the
largest room in the world.
A wise man keeps his mouth
shut about what he doesn't
know, and a fool doesn't
know what he is talking about.
flood advice, like bitter medicine,
is easy to give but hard to
Duskin said that "talkative facts
are always more Interesting
and important than silent
ones." Wbmen and money
>. boob can clirrA) the ladder
of success if he can find
somebody to steady it for him.
people who always say what
they please, seldom please
with what they say.
XIe who tells all he knows, nevsr
knows all he tells.
Come couples get married and
live happily ever after?they
F. J SCHWAB.
Say, I'm feelln' michtv blue.
And I'm longin' hard for you.
I'm frettin' and I'm cranky,
And I've got the wearies, too.
I'm wond'rln' and I'm wishin'
And I'm in a messy stew,
I've rot the whole darn bus'ness
.lust because I ain't not you.
The Dominican Lyceum, f>0H
Seventh street southwest, takes
ssue with the Alexandria Dread
naughts that they are champions
nf the District of Columbia, Vir
ginia and Maryland in athletic >if
fairs. Here are, says the contribu
tion. the sandlot champions of the
O O e*a
G I 11
Hill I' hrist
H A rdy
Ken N edy
Fish E r
Clatterb I' ck
M c Bride
(W) HOOPER up, boys:
With Eddie mil on first.
\nd Rus Hardy In short.
\nd Bud FLsher on second to stay.
With Chick Davis on third.
Who has never yet erred,
lakes a championship infield, we'll
Now McConnell twirling,
Vith our old friend Dim- Clarke,
Vith Hillchrist and Buck Clatter
Makes our friend Walter Lloyd,
Whom the girls can't avoid.
Throw away Ills favorite chew.
Now Josle Gerardi,
And our friend Johhny Ooetf,
Are two very fast men in the field.
But Ray Hooper's strong arm,
Causes quite an alarm.
To many fast runners who would
With good men on the bench,
I'nder Torn Cantell's eye.
All fighting to show up at .their
We'll have the best team,
That has ever been seen.
Representing good old southwest.
CIVIC LEADERS OF
What's Doing Today
Dsnc*?The KoWt Klub, at 2400 Sl*
teenth atreet northwest, 9 p. m.
Play?"Nimble Wit and Flngerklns,"
by the dramatic and expression classea
of the Johnson-Powell Center, at the
center. Lament and Ulatt streets north
west, at night.
Dance?The Friends' Club, at Sun Set
Inn. 1 407 Massschusetts avnue, 9 p. m.
Pa nee?The Palestine Dance, Rika'
Templ??, 919 H street northwest, under
the auspices of the Keren Hsyesod,
Palestine foundation fund, at night.
Kntertnlnin?*nt?By the (Columbia Play
ers of the (Thomson Community Center,
at the center. Twelfth and L streets
northwest, at night.
Classea?Dunbar Center. First and N
stie -ts northwest. Children s Club meet
ling, rhythm; French, grade school boys'
Fair?Gavel Club, guests leaving Ed. S.
Schmld'a. 712 Twelfth street northwest,
iloys' llobby Show?The V. M. C. A.,
open from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Address?Sir Aukland <ieddes, before
the National Aaaociatlon of University
Women. M : JO p. m.
Kanquet?Washington College of Law,
at Kauseher's. ?:30 p. m.
Dance?The City Club. 9 p m.
Bridge?Columbia Country Club. 2 to
?.so p m
Claaaes?Thomson Community Center
Yw-lfth and L streets northwest To
' irht Chins painting, plain sowing
Classes l,ov Joy Center. Twelfth and
f? streets northesst. Tonight: lte|| A
community singing. First American
Rnye, Oirls' Oond Words Ciub. athletics.
sdlng. reading room and games.
Junior Choral Koclotri Do Right Girls'
Club; Junior Needle-Work Club; Boy
Dune#?The Washington Centennial
Chapter. Eastern Star, Washington Hotel,
9 p. m. I
Dance?Gibbons Club. 1141 Connectl- j
cut avenue northwest. 8:30 p. m.
Tea?Women's City Club, 22 Jackson
plwce north went. 4 p. m.
D?no*?The Hlalto Club at the Y M
IT. A Hall, Eleventh and PennsyIvania
avenuo. at night.
Addr<ss? Mia. Selden Spencer, before
residents at the Government Hotels. 8
Mortinf?Clerks end carriers of the
Washington city postofflce. st Dunbar
High School. 4 p. m.. under auspices of
Local 14* N F . P <> C.
Celebration?The 2??th nnnivrnary of
the deaths fo William Shakespeare and
Don Miguel ?? Cervantes Saavedra, by
the National Spanish Association, In
Carroll Hall. In sfternoon.
WOMAN OF 77 KNOCKED
DOWN BY BICYCLE RIDER
Struck by a bicycle while walking
at Ninth and street* northwest,
i last nlKht, Mrs. Emma Noye. sev
entv-Hoven years old. M4 New York
avenue northwest, sustained a frac
ture of hip. Kmanuel Churchill.
1*14 Vallev street northwest, who
? was rifling the bicycle was arrested.
Mrs. Noya la In Emergency Hon
Most of Downtown Area Pro
hibited Territory Except for
Amendments to the Police Regu
lations affecting traffic will become
operative on Monday, next, accord
ing to Inspector Albeft J. Headley.
In charge of traffic.
A yard stick, a watch In good
running order and automobile are
needed In complying with the new
The whitewash squad has been
busy all week painting danger
signals on the curbs in the congested
area and Inspector Headley warns
automobiles to "look out for the
white spots." ?
Your yardstick Is needed In com
plying with this regulation:
"In the congested section no
vehicle shall be parked or left stand
ing, except for the purpose of taking
on or discharging passengers or
merchandise, within twentyfeet of
any intersecting street, calculated
from the building line, nor In any1
square or block over 200 feet in
length within a space of thirty feet
In width in the center of such block j
Center parking Is prohibited, under]
the new regulations, in F street, be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth
Vehicles shall not be parked with
in ten feet of a fire hydrant where
(larking la permitted. No vehlclj
can stop within five feet of any
animal drinking fountain except for
the purpose of permitting animals
to drink from such fountain or for
letting off passengers.
On week days vehicles shall not 1>?
parked In the congested sections for
a longer time than thirty minutes,
between 8 a. in. and 0 p. m , unless
around parks and reservoirs and two
hours is the limit in such cases.
A general rule to follow, according
to Inspector Headley, is to observe
a thirty-minute limit unless a paint
ed sign specifies that two hours Is
The congested section under the
new regulations follow:
"That part of the northwest sec
tion of the city beginning at tho
southeast corner of Seventh street
and Pennsylvania avenue; thence
along the south curb of Pennsyl
vania avenue to the west curb of
Twelfth street: thence to the south
curb of D street; thence west along
the south curb of D street to th?
west curb 6f Fifteenth street; theno?
north talonK ,the west curb of Fif
teenth street to the south curb oft
Pennsylvania avenue; thence to the
west curb of Seventeenth street;
thence north along the west curb of
Seventeenth street to K street,
thence east along the north curb of
K street to Seventh strtet; thence
south along the east curb of Seventh
I street to the point of beginning."
GETS 5 YEARS
Orderly in Emergency Hospital
Convicted of Stealing
Clyde H Harris, a colored orderly
In Emergency Hospital, was sen
tenced today to five years In the
penitentiary by Chief Justice McCoy,
presiding In Criminal Court No. 1,
on a charge of stealing a diimond
ring valued at $150 from the dead
body of Mrs. Fred D. Shepherd, who
died In the hospital. The left hand
and the finger upon which the ring
was worn were mutilated. Harris
denied stealing the ring, maintain
ing he found it in a pile of rubbish
in front of Mrs. Shepherd's room.
The ring was Identified by the dead
woman's husband, Fred D. 8hei>
hord, of 3313,4 M street northwest.
Dennis Bolden, convicted of rob
bery in connection with holding uu
on March 1, last, Joseph Bowredy at
his store at 744 Fourth street north
west, and rifling the cash register
of $50, received a flve-vear pen
itentiary sentence. Rudolph Haw
kins, Booker Shaperson and Andrew
Jackson, will serve one year In the
Jail for housebreaking and larceny In
connection with stealing on Fehruarv
26. last, an automobile from Qall
Bertha Montgomery, colored, re
ceived a five year penitentiary see.
tence after pleading guilty to <i
charge of grand larceny. Mabe)
gampson. colored, received two year*
in the penitentiary for violation of
the Harrison narcotic act, and Rob
ert Slaughter convicted with her,
will serve four years for selling
drugs. John Polk, colored, wiil
spend two and one half years in the
penitentiary for housebreaking, and
Joseph Parker, received a two-year
I sentence for robbery. Blllle f?.
| Smith was sentenced to one year at
Occoquan for forgery and placed on
1200 WOMEN HEAR TALK
OF CONTROL OF CANCER
Two hundred women yesterday
afternoon attended a meeting of
the local committer for the control
of cancer, at the home of Mrs.
Joseph Letter, 1500 New Hampshire
avenue northwest. I)r. Charles A
Powers, Denver, Colo., president of
the American Society for the Con
trol of Cancer, was the speaker,
lie outlined the objects of the pub
lic meeting to be held Tuesday
afternoon at the Medical Society
t>ulldlng 171* M street northwest,
the preliminary laying of plans for
a campaign of education for the
control of cancer, and thoae prw
ent promised to give the campaign
their unqualified support.
SECRETARY DENBY GREETS TINY
GUESTS OF D. C. ROTARY CLUB
ADOPT I. TAX
ON GASOLINE, IS
Commissioner Rudolph Favors
It as Improvement on
Reciprocity between Maryland a'ld
the District of Columbia, based or
the gaaollne tax fixed by the Mary
land legislature, was Indorsed today
lj|r Cuno H. Rudolph, Chairman of
the Board of Dlgtricf Commissioner^.
Copies of the new law were re
ceived by Mr. Rudolph today. For a
period of one year there will be as
sessed a tax of 1 cent per fallen on
gasoline sold In Maryland, and afte.
that time the tax will be 2 cents per
If the District of Columbia will
i follow suit and fix a gas tax to con
form with the new Maryland tax, no
Maryland automobile tag will be re
quired, and vice versa.
Mr Rudolph stated today that the
American Automobile Association
would take steps to lt-arn the senti
ment of automobile owners ir the
District and would make recommen
dations at some later date.
The present system should not ob
tain any longer than is absolutely
necessary, Mr. Rudolph said today.
He believes that automobile ownos
generally wi'. approve of the gasoline
tax In lieu of the license tax now re
RUBIN & CHERRY SHOWS
LURE MANY SIGHTSEERS
Despite the cold spell the big
Rubin and Cherry Shows at Camp
Meigs under the auspices of the
Costello Post, American Legion, are
drawing well and It is expected that
tonight will bring out a record
The show has many excellent fea
tures this year, every one of which
has an entertaining or educational
appeal, and for those who enjoy
clean outdoor amusement an even
ing with Rubin and Cherry can be
A feature entirely out of the or
dinary with a traveling tented show
is that of Dr. Htlliar, the famous
mystic and crystal gazer, who, In
addition to presenting his famous
mystery Anita, the girl with 1,000
lives, off ts his Sitnla seance,
wherein he calls names in the audi
ence and answers all questions that
may be troubling any one's mind.
The show will continue all of
next week at Camp Meigs.
WORK BEGINS ON NEW
SALVATION ARMY HOME
Work has been started on the new
Industrial Home and Social Servlc?
Center of the Salvation Army at
First and B streets northwest.
The building will cost $150,000 and
will be modern and complete In every
detail. R will provide accommoda
tions for eighty "down but never
out" men while they are given aid
in rehabilitating themselves by the
army. It will also provide steady
employment for sixty-five men, in
cluding the staff who will care for
the building. The balance will he
men who are busy repairing broken
furniture, clothes and shoes which
have been given to the army. This
waste material is put into serviceable
condition and sold to the poo' at
very nominal prices. It is expected
that the new home will be completed
In six months.
TURNER AGAIN HEADS
The Brookland Citizens' Associa
tion at its monthly meeting last
night re-elected E. W. Turner, pre*
Ident, the other officers elected being
W. V. Lewis, vice president; A. rl.
Fast, secretary-treasurer. and Noel
B. Barks, financial secretary.
Mrs. Harriet D. Burnslde reported
thst efforts are being made to obtain
vacant ground near the Brookland
School fo ra playground. W. V.
Lewis, chairman of the committee
on streets reported that paving re
quested by the association had he?n
The Kiddies of Washington will have a "grand and glorious time"
thla summer whenever they are guesta of any Washington civic ?r
trade association club. Through the courtesy of Charlie Semnuea,
president of the Rotary Club, a motor bus, capable of holding
twenty-seven people has been given to the children of Washington
available for the use of any club desiring to use it.
This picture shows Secretary Denby, a member of the club, shak
ing hands with the first lucky boys who got a ride in it to the
White House yesterday.
She Protests Movie
Making Fun Of
Movies must not make fun of
the Eighteenth Amendment. This
is the attitude of Miss Georgia
Hopley, the first woman to be
appointed general prohibition
"It is difficult to understand
why exhibitors and producers
permit demoralizing. belittling
and misrepresenting sta^menta
to be thrown on the screen,"
said Miss Hopley today, "sdnce
it is a well-known fact tnat the
increase of patronage of the
movies stands out conspicuously
as on* of the noticeable result*
Movie attendance would drop
in the event of the saloon's re
turn, said Miss Hopley. She
spoke highly of the a tion
taken by the State Federation
of Women's Clubs of New York,
petitioning motion picture pro
ducers and editors to adopt a
more serious view of prohibi
Utilities Act Believed to Pro
vide Authority for Trac
"If the Public Utilities Commis
sion Is empowered under the present
law to force a merger of the loc'il
traction lines we want to know it,"
Engineer Commissioner Charles Kel
I ler. chairman of the commission, said
today In explaining his request that
the Corporation Counsel furnish him
with a ruling on the matter.
At several hearings before the
commission. Colonel Keller said, the
point has been raised that the com
mission is empowered under the
Public Utilities Act to proceed with
out further legislation by Congress.
Frank Stephens. corporation
counsel. Is preparing a ruling that
I will be In the hands of the commis
sion next week.
The Washington Railway and
Electric Company contends that
more legislation is necessary. Sev
eral local lawyers have contended
that the present law places in the
commission authority to force a
Both traction companies have "X
prossed a willingness to merge
should financial arrangements satis
factory to both be made.
PLANS BEING COMPLETED
Plans for the camnalgn to raise the
District quota of $250,000 toward the
erection of the George Washington
memorial are nearlng completion
under the direction of Dr. Thomas
E. Green, of the American Hed
Cross, chairman of the campaign
control committee of the memorial
Dr. Green outlined his plans to a
meeting of the executive committee
nt 1700 I street northwest, yester
day. Dr. David Jayne Hill former
ambassador to Germany, presided.
The plans of the campaign were
made known to the local chapter of
the Colonial Dames of America by
Mrs. Hose Gouverneur Hoes, director
of the memorial association s
women's division, at a meeting, yes
terday, at 92S Farragut square. The
chapter went on record as In favor
of the project.
The Political Study Club, of which
Mrs. James C. Cantrlll Is president,
also has approved the memorial.
?nuns ? .v-TW
AUTOiST FRACTURES SKULL
IN HITTING WAIT STATION
While motoring to his office this
morning. Maurice Stplelt*. forty
three years old, 531S Grant street
northeast, crashed Into a wal'
station of the Washington Railway
and Electric Company at Forty
eighth atreM and Dean avenue At
the Casual'v Hospital It wa? stat^l
hf had miffT^d n fractured skull
and Internal Injurwa.
AND LABOR COST
Chairmen of Subcommittees
Say Both Are Usurers?To
So long an the banker charge*
$1.50 for each dollar loaned for build
ing purposes and the laborer charge#
$1 for doing 50 cents worth of work,
building coats In Washington will
continue to be higher than In any
This is the view held by the chair
men of the subcommittees of the citi
zens' housing committee, who met
yestwday afternoon and Informally
dlacUMed the progress of their
It Was decided that meetings will
be Mid every Thursday afternoon,
wheal reports will be had of progress
made and efforts will be made to
avoid duplication of work.
William Deane Ham. chairman of
the subcommittee on land, reported
that he had information showing that
the "Becond mortgage" man who
| charges bonus sometimes as high as
50 per cent Is probably more to blame
I for high building costs here than any
John Donlin, labor representative
on the committee admitted that the
' laborer Is not working as hard as
j formerly and further said. "I'll admit
j we are doing only about 60 per cent
of the work we- formerly did, but I
say we are all In the same boat."
EXAMINATION FOR NURSE
IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS MAY 5
Dr. William C. Fowler, District
Health Officer, today announced that
examinations for the position of den
| tal operator, public schools, and the
I position of school nurse, would be
| held by the Civil Service Commln
l sion at 9 a. m., May 5, at temporary
| building. No. 1. Eighteenth and D
j streets northwest.
Ono vacancy exists In the position
i of school nurse and two vacancies In
! the position of dental operatot. The
[ former pays $1,200 a year plus the
i bonus of $240. The dental o|>erator*
are employed three and one-half
hours dally, and are paid $700, plus
the bonus of $240.
AERO CLUB OFFICIALS
URGE MORE USE OF PLANES
General use of airplanes by the
public, in lieu of oth?*r forms of
transportation when speed is neces
sary, is in early prospect, accord
ing to officers of the Washington
Col. Hartney, of the Aero Club
j of Amerlfca. and J. M. I^arson. In
ventor, urged more widespread u*?
| of airplanes at the first meeting
of the local club last night Walter
E. Blount was appointed temporary
chairman and C. A. Wragg tem
| TOY MAKING REBUILDS
Shell-shocked war veterans can be
cured by putting them to work mak
So declares Edward O McCandlsb
a war veteran himself and w>il
known as a portrait painter and lllur
trator of children's books, who ha?
formed such a class at the St. Eii*-?
beth's Hospital here
This method of curing afflicted v?-t
? rans, the expounder of the theor\
avers, tends to develop the Inl'.iatlve
of the patient, usually lacking
"The patient," McCandish ? splains.
"is 'exposed' to the Influence of the
busy shop atmoaphere. the I right,
even gaudy, colors u*"d In painting
the toys, and is gradually encourag
to take hold of the work with as litti
obvious direction ss |>os?ible "
McCandish'* experiment is heinr
watched wiih cloae inter s!
Sues Railway Company.
Verdict for $4.*M? was r?t?rs?4
by a Jury. Justice Stafford prtaK
ing. In Circuit Division So I of
the Rupr-me ('our' of the Dftrn?
of Columbia. todav n favor ~t
.lames H I'alfner In tit* *wlt acinar
the Washington Railway and IV
trie Company for |*r*nmi twjuew
r*rotved Mr Itlnor on Anri? II
192*. While ||' w?a an-ilns a rmm
rl n-'or for the ra>tw*? H* ??
r, "??*? fi? mA tw Htt?nnn % L Hmm
in yet and Mlltoa W IU*a
D. )L R. MEETING
SIX BUST UTS
terg of lb*
with ail the
who arere thua
Mrs. John U. I
Mr* Alto* U
dell, of Wyomlf
Call, of Oaorcto; Mr* K O
of Florida. Miaa Ai
New Hampshire. ai
Block, of Itllnato.
a?-rv?- a term of twa
The rnnalndfr of
and afternoon mm
In hearing report*
(rnu and the rca
tee. reported out by
B. Joy. chairman
Of conaideraMe ImI
the dectalon at the aarii ty
to take Ita stand
Kate American hMarM It
mlttee will be a
the loral end at
In uae In Waafe
the object of Ha
Alvin ' Hjaiey.
glon, thanked U
of Ita atand a
uae In pubtir
the l*u(hur> aa
flfht the Laflaa k
If BE HELD UP
Opposition to Um of
Blue Plains Likely ft
session for begl
on a home for the
in the Dlatrtct
j Conferee# o? the
tract of lea* thaa
Blue Flain* the
H?me for the
The Diatrt?-t O
civic or^.tnizatloa* ar? yr<?.ei'?
against that gtte. with r*i ?
that the whole projert la <?y%-4
Commiaaloner Oua?< Itv^dpe
day de< tared that ?ar a??r t
would rather ret no ippi i i.
than to he required to huM *W
home at Blue Plata*
"We have the oypi'Ct?tt. to
! cure a property worth ll#
135 iHmp in Mart land aad I -ka>
i we ahould take It It la Mar a
tlon of being In 'he
property we alread> a ? ?
question of getting a We -ha- *aa
auffW i. nt acreage and th?
One of the conferee *
night that tl
1 aloner- had failed to
cular ?-hnol aftee tl
made an >ppn>t>ra't-fi f? t>
"we may '.???k (>? yum k ? a.
lay should we
home for the
The conferee In
had dec|<fed in
proprtatMHi whatever fw tW
SECRETARY FALL SUED
dlan. r ? ?tdl ng to
filed ault In the
Court to rnjnki
terlor Fall ? liarW* H
? ommtaatoner VMmk
' mlaatoner oi the lg*4
retary r< t
FATHER OF 1
favor of lewl
tor and fhtHee y
daht IV fctig ?