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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
All Fraternal News and Church Notices for Saturday's issue of the Gazette should be in this office not later than tomorrow noon. A called meeting of RanJolpn Chaptc-r, No. 3, K. R. C., and La fayette Council, No 2, K. K., will be held tomorrow ni^ht for work m the 18th and 20th degrees. Dr F. A. Agar, of New York, addressed a large audience in the First Baptist Church last night on the topic, "The High Cost of Lov- j ing." In thp list of officers published yes terday of Seminole Players the name of the president, Mr. H. H. Newton, was inadvertently omitted through a typographical error. Policemen Miller and Nails today recovered a canoe stolen recently from the Old Dominion Boat Club, the property of Chester Fannon. The canoe was found near the ship yard. The card party an 1 tea for mem bers of the Woman's National Foun dation at the Foundation.Club rooms in Washington, will bp held on Fri day afternoon at 2 o'clock instead of Saturday, as stated in yesterday's Gazette. Members desiring to re rcrve tables should call Mrs. Hume at the Foundation, North 10221. Miss Margaret Ryan has sold to Lewis Smith a lot on the north side of Cameron between Payne and West streets Carroll Pierce, trustee, and others has sold to J. Dulaney Hammond lots 5 and 6, block 3, sec tion 1, Rosemont. Mr. and Mrs. J. G Henshaw en- I tertained last evening at a iinner at ! their home in South Washington | street in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Car- i roll who leave Saturday for , Chicago, where they will make tehir future home. The Richmond Theater is showing Mack Sennet's play, "Molly 0," fea turing Mabel Normand today. The Tngomar is playing a snappy picture known as "The Scrapper," and the Idle Hour is featuring its regular weekly All Comedy Day. Potomac Lod^e, No. 38. I. 0. 0. F , will bold its regular weekly meeting tomorrow night in Odd Fellows Hall. Andrew Jackson Lodge, No. 120. A F. & A. M., will hold a Ladies' Night entertainment in Elks' Hall tdnight. A large attendance is ex pected. George Mason High School lost a well played ^anie to Eastern H. S., bv the score of 8 to 4 Wednesday. Friday, March 31, G. M II. S., will | plav St. Johns at Lloyd Station at; 3:30 p. m. John II. Lucas, a well known' colored resident of this city, died at I 7:45 o'clock Wednesday morning at his residence, 11 East Wolfe street. Mr Lucas is survived bw his wife, Mary Lucas, and children, Ella E. Gregg, Martha E. Dorsey, and three sons, Waverly, John Lucas, Jr., and Raymond. 4.1 PAYNE IS GIVEN OM YEAR Federal Game Warden in Fairfax Convicted of Malicious Shooting Last Thanksgiving Shot William Simms Fifteen Years Old? Payne Released on Bond After being out more than an hour a jury in the Fairfax County Court late yesterday afternoon found A. J. Payne, Federal game warden, who has been stationed on the Camp Hum phreys reservation, guilty of ma liciously shooting William Simms, 15 years old, and sentenced Payne to serve one year in the penitentiary. Payne renewed his bond and was released pending the filing of a bill of exceptions. (!0 days being allowed for this. Judge S. G. Brent presided Payri!' was represented by Attorneys Frank Stuart of this city and W. M. Ellison, of Fairfax. Acting Com monwealth's Attorney Wilson Farr conducted the prosecution. The shooting took place last j Thanksgiving. At the time the Simms boy was crossing the place of Miss Nellie Xevitt with two companions, the lads being on a hunting expedi tion. Payne called upon the boys to halt and then fired, one of the bullets from his revolver striking Simms in the left shoulder It is understood that friends of Payne' will recommend to the governor that his sentence be suspended owing to his advanced age. Donors to Wilson Fund The committee in charge 01 collect ing funds for the Woodrow Wilson Foundation acknowledge the follow ing additional contributions: Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Graham, $20; Miss Lima Stribling, ?">; Mr. and Mrs. .Toseoh K. Schwarzaman, $1; Miss L. E. Milburn. $1; Mrs. J. W. Monroe. SI; Miss Alice J. Green. Si: Miss Loula Smoot. $1; Miss M. E. Slav maker. $1: Miss C. M. Milburn. $2; Miss Jessie Aitcheson, $1: Miss Nan nie Aitcheson, SI: Miss Mary Aitche son. SI; Mrs. Chadwick, Si; Mr. .Tames Bayne. Si: Mr. Aubrey Calla han, $1; Mr. R. M. Chichester, SI. Bible Thought for Today We look not at the things ?which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: ? for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal.?Corinthians 4: IS. ! Firemen and Engineers Ap peal Their Case to La bor Board ! BIG FOUR RUPTURE I Trainmen Continue Their Negotiations ?One Hundred and Ten Railroads I Involved in Controversy Chicago, March 30.?Complete fail ure of the regional negotiations be tween railroad managements and the engineers and firemen's brotherhoods, j in an effort to settle disputes over i wages and working conditions, was j - revealed yesterday when the Railroad i I Labor board set a hearing for disputes j I involving engineers and firemen's ? rules on all railroads, to follow the ' i present wage hearing, which is ex I pected to end by April 15. The announcement was said by rail j road men to lend confirmation to re- i j ports of the split between engineers I ' and firemen and the conductors and I j trainmen's brotherhoods. Conferences j between the two tetter organizations j and the railroads are still in progress,: with prospects, they added, of an agreement. Attempts to reach a new wage: agreement and to settle controversies over working rules were made in three i regional conferences, which began the j middle of last month. With the an- i nounced desire to avoid carrying their troubles to the Labor Board, the j Big Four brotherhoods, which for I years have acted with a solid front, I requested "Secretary" Hoover to call \ the railroad and brotherhood heads to gether to attempt a settlement. Plans for regional conferenct' i with the Eastern roads in Washington and the Western roads in Chicago re- j suited. Meanwhile the Labor Board held in i abeyance the- train service men's rules disputes for settlement. The four brotherhoods wej^_ rikewise excluded from the present wage hearing be cause of the board's promise at the : time of the threatened strike last fall ' to settle all rule controversies before ! acting on further wage cuts proposed by the carriers. During the negotiations Warren S. Stone, grand chief of the Brotherhood of Locomotive" Engineers, and W. S.' Carter, head of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enyinemen, I went into conference alone with a ' committee of Eastern railroad offi- j cials. L. E. Sheppard, president of' the Order of Railway Conductors, and W. G. Lee, president of the Brother-; hood of Railway Trainmen, were left to hold separate conference*- with Die ! roads. Successive meetings failed of agree- 1 ment, the roads asking abolition of time and one-half pay after eight hours' work in yard and freight serv ice, and the engineers and firemen's j leaders demanding its retention. The t time and one-half proposition was put! into effect by order of the Federal Railroad Administration during the ' war and_was continued by the Labor Board until the controversy should he , heard and a decision rendered. It was reported that the roads of- ! fered tocompromise on an agreement ' not to seek further wage reductions ! for the engineers and firemen at pres- j ent^f they would agree to give up the i overtime rule. The brotherhoods de-: dined. The regional conferences of the en gineers and firemen having failed, however, the board received notices. ! signed jointly by the railroad and union committee heads, that it was ' impossible to reach an agreement and | asking that the rules disputes again j be taken up. The notice for the East- ! ern roads was signed by P. E. Crow- : ley, for the roads; Grand Chief Stone,; for the engineers, and President Car-' ter, for the firemen. M. P. CHURCH Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts Develop ing Kapidlv?More Room Needed j The Boy and Girl Scouts of this 1 church will give exhibition of drills j and formations in May. The time and place will be published in April. The boys nad girls will compete in drills | and formations for a prize, the prize j being a silver cup, offered hv the pas tor of the church. Rev. Robt. Browne The winning team will have tne name engraved on the cup, for 1922. The ; team that wins the cup for three years In succession will own the cup. The number of competitors in each team will be 24. The Scout master. Mr. Paul Weir bach. commands the Boy Scouts, i !K4fid!q(meafpa at"o e;fl1 rdl rdlu J Scout Master Norman Roberts com ! mands the Girl Scouts. The girls ! meet on Tuesday evening at 7:30. The I boys meet on Friday evenig at 7 j j o'clock. Owing to the large numbers of I j boys and girls that present them- I i selves for enrollment; -to 'he Scout ! leaders it will be necessary to organize j one more troon for boys and one more .troop for pirls. All Jboys and girls, j irrespective of what church you at- ; | tend, are welcome to join these or ganizations. A royal time for every ' boy and girl under the supervision of j the pastor, Scout masters and their ; assistants. The ace of the boys, 12 ? j to 18 years; the age of the girls, 10 ' ; to 21 years. The pastor jcf the church j invites the parents of these boys and J cirls to come out and see what is be [ ing done for your boys and girls. A well-developed, clean mind and body is on? of the great r.ceds of tho bov and girl. ROBERT BROWNE. Pastor, j We instructed our cartoonist to give free play to his fancy, and design a cartoon in honor of Alexandria's great white way! He has done so, with the above result. The electric light column is an exact reproduction of those to be erected. The towers and minarets and sky-scrapers and smoke-stacks seen in the distance are now more than half-way realities. The beautiful highway leading to Virginia's northern metro polis is no longer a dream. But best of all, it is now proved to the world that Greater Alexandria has a citizenship alive, alert, energetic, and abreast of the stupendous po- j tentialities of the twentieth century! HEAVY SENTENCE Six Months and $500 For .Vlan Whoso ; Auto If Was Alleged blocked i Officers In the corporatioi! couvt yesterday : afternoon a jury v.-ith F. S Jackson ? as foreman, returned a verdict ini- '? posing the maximum penalty for an ; alleged violation oi' the prohibition j law in the case of John I'. Casson j a nor. resident, win; was fined j $500 arid sentenced to s.-rv<. six months in jail. It was ?'.!!-.:ge>i that his automobile aided and abetted u liquor ear to escape. A motion to set aside the verdict was overruled and sixty days was granted in which to file an appeal. In the case of William Shapiro, :i non resident, he pleaded guilty vio lating the provisions of the state prohibition law and was firi"d .$100 and sentenced to serve one month in jail. j The bond of $250 of Elmer Ar- i desser, non resident, charged with i an alleged infraction of the prohil.i- i tion law, was declared forfeitt d j Local i>oy Retires Froiri The Ring ! Local ring fans will regret to i learn that "Johnny l.'ergen," who j has a number of times amused Alex- j andrians with his pugilistic exhibi- j tions, is forced to retire from the; l ing, due <o injuries received in the ' recent war. Bergen who has copped Fleet honors in our Navy, while quite a young man landed in 1'hila (ielphia while he was at his best and fought the most brilliant fight? of hi" career before the most ex clusive eiubs of Philadelphia and Xc.v York. At the call Johnnie again enlisted when the country needed men and served through the entire war f|n the high seas. During his last enlistment he was a favorite of tht! Atlantic fleet and won ring iaurcls for it that it holds to this day. John is :;L present under vo cational training and rulings by the Veteran::' I!ureau forbid him engag ing in the fighting game, therefore his retirement from the ring. Ber gen like all spurts, has fought for charitable purpose!? and ' he will be missed at such affair:; in the fu ture. ANNOUNCEMENT NASH AUTOMOBILES The new Nash Line includes twelve models: Four and six cylinders, open and closed; two, four, five and seven .passenger capacity; a price rang from !?:><;:> to F .0. 5!., fac tory. Your car is among them Come in anil drive it. MYEKS nitos., A CENTS, IIS N. Pitt Street, Alex., Va. 7G-lc Judge Tebbs Dies .Jurist Succumbs in His Ofiice at Lci'.shurK Last Ni^ht Judge Richard H. Tebbs, veteran Virginia jurist, and lifelong resident of Leesburg, Va., died suddenly last night while seated at a desk in his of fice at Leesburg. 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City " Only One Trial Package to a Family Judge Tebbs was a graduate of the University of Virginia and when a young man was elected judge of the Loudoun County Court, serving con ! tinuously in that court for 10 years, ! until its abolishment in 11)03. He was j regarded as one of the ablest lawyers | and judges in Virginia. Following his i retirement from the bench, he was appointed examiner of records for the judicial circuit, including Fauquier and Rappahannock ^unties. Judge Tebbs is survived by four sons, three of whom served and were wounded overseas. They are Major Richard H. Tebbs, of the Marine Corps, stationed in Washington; Cap tain John A. Tebbs. also of the Ma rines, now in Haiti; Charles Binns Tebbs. local attorney, and William L. Tebbs, civil engineer, of Pittsburg, Pa. "?'?v Judge Tebbs was a Royal Arch Ma son. a member of Aeca Temple, Mystic Shrine, cf Richmond. Va.. and Alexan dria Commandary, Knights Templar. Pie was regarded an expert in tho his tory, principles and ritual of Ma sonry. II<> was a member of the Uni versity Club of this city. His wife, who was a Miss Lynch, daughter of one of the last of the o!d timo Virginia editor-, died eleven i years ago. Funeral services with full Masonic honors will be held tomorrow. Interment will be made in Union C< m ; etery, Leesburg. Lieut Guiimette Transferred Lieutenant Henry Guiimette, of the U. S. N. Torpedo Station, ha? jusc been transferred to coast duly our. of Charleston, S. C. Lieutenant Guii mette has been among us since the beginning 0f the construction of the Torpedo Plant, having driven the first pile that began the construction. He and Mrs. Guiimette have been promi nent socially, in Alexandria, and have endeared themselves to all our citizens. The former was a member of the choir of St. Paul's Church, rnd ac tive in all his church duties. ?\Irs Guiimette, born Scarborough, is a descendant of the Scarborough fam ily after whom the "Countess of Scarborough," the famous vessel captured by John Paul Jones during the Revolution, was named. Lieutenant Guiimette and wife, ac companied bv their young son, Harry, left last night for Norfolk bv steam er. The best wishes of this com munity go with them. BASEBALL A. H. S. Team to Open Season on April 8?Schedule Announced The High School base ball team has just received its new uniforms and will start in on a hard twelve game schedule on April S. Some excellent material is being: develop ed and high hopes are entertained for a successful season. The schedule as announced by the management of the team is as fol lows: April 8, Orange Hitfh School, away. April 11, Western High School, at home. Apri 1 1.3, Fredericksburg High School, at home April 15, Eastern High School, at home. April 20, George Mason High School, at home. April 21), I.eesburg High School, away. May 0, Fredericksburg High School, away. May 11, Kmerson Institute, at home. May 13, Lees burg High School, at home. May 15, Hyattsville High School, at home. May ID, Business High School, at home. Mayd 22, George Mason High School, away. DIE!) DYSON?On Thursday, March 30. 1!>22, at her residence, 1004 Prince street, ANNA MARGARET SI11R 1KV, wife of J Frank Dyson. Funeral from her late residence, i Saturday, April 1. 1D22, at 3 o'clock p. m. Kidney, Liver and Bladder Troubles CONQUERED or Money Back For -(ii yenrs, sai<I Dr. Carey. I have been proscribing; Marsh-Hoot for kiil ncy, 1 iv>? ami bladder sickiii'ss and now that 1 have rctiret! from active practice I liav<- ma arrangements wi:n leailing ilrnagists i.< dispense this ?.vomlei'f ol nr?-MOf!|?tiori at :i price, on tl:i* money back if ilissatis ficd iilan. Ucware of kidney disease?thousands ? lie of ii every year wlio ouviit to l>?* enjoying lln- blessings or lif<? and health. Watch the symprnm.;. If you iiave spicks floating before the eyes, clammy feet or moist palms, hachaelio or headache, you ought to get a bottle of Dr. ('ari'.v'.'i M'.ir.sh'-Koot riu'ht away. It lltlS V/OniIe|*tUllV be!|Wited t ?? It M nf thousands <.r cases of kidney, liv<-r an<l II? i* troubles anil is the medicine joti can always depend upon. Results are ^ij.-iraRtr.'il. NOTK I'Jr. Daniel /;. Carry was a practicing physical! for many years mil 11itii-eat ('rescription, .Marsh-Hoot, ?lion) thousands <>f sufferers from kid ney. liver ami bladder truulili'S. lfere ifter you can Ret this effective pre scription in both 1:?;iji? 1 arnl tablet form it. all reliable pharmacists the country over. Keep iii mind In" n wne.^ Dr. "arey's Marsh-1 loot, prescript ion No.177 No other medicine can take its place. IMPORTANT- Trial bottle .if Marsh Root. tablet or liiiui'i t?riii. can be se ??ireil by seiiilinir cents to Dr. t'arey "u., Klmira, N. V. This season, more than ever before, this family clothing store has gathered the most wonderful collection of quality apparel for men, women and children. Here you will find springtime's favorite fashions in an unlimited variety. MEN'S SUITS ? As fine a group of .suits as you would want to see. New styjes, ex cellent quality and splendid values. Sport and conservative mod els? S27.:")0 MEN'S HATS Plenty of this season's new styles in all mater ials. Plenty of all sizes. Top off that new suit with a new hat? $2.50 up EXTRA TROUSERS SHOES, ETC. HOY'S SUITS HATS, CAPS, SHOES WOMEN'S DRESSES A splendid assortment of the season's new styles, finely made in all the wanted mater ials. Not in a l:>n<j time have we offered such remarkable values as low as $13.98 SPRING SUITS Portraying fashion's newest ideas in style, color and fabric. A truly choice collection of fine spring suits as low as? $16.48 MILLINERY WAISTS SKIRTS PETTICOATS SHOES. ETC. GET YOUR NEW SPRING OUTFIT TODAY on a CHARGE ACCOUNT (A Little Down?A Little Each Time) Compare our prices, quality and service with any good, store that sells for cash only, you will realize how much you save by buying- HERE where you can charge it at the cash store price. 500 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA.