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Alexandria Gazette (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Alexandria, VirginiaEstablished 1784 oldest daily newspaper in the United states and Best Advertis ing medium in Northern Virginia vol Xxxvi no 78. Alexandria Virginia wednesday March 31, 1920. Price one Cen i work now under direction of City health department rules Laid Down collections will be made at least twice a week during warm months a Short time ago the la Alt. Pc j apartment Drew up an ordinance in j titled an ordinance to Nuj Vic for the storage collection and disposal of garbage within the limits of the City of Alexandria va., to regulate the collection by licensed collectors j u infer the direction of the City j health officer and provide penalties j for violation this ordinance. Was presented to j City Council and was promptly Pas Sefl. On March it was approved i l and duly signs 1 by the mayor hence is now in full Force and effect. 1 or. Louis Foulks City health offi cer speaking about the new Ordi Nance today had the following to any i consider this a great step for Ward As this new Law is intended to briny of Der out of chaos and Reluct to a simple and effective Stem the collection of garbage within our City limits. In the past we have been trusting j in kind Providence and the few Farmers who came into the City when so disposed and wandered about at seeking such garbage As they considered suitable for their j hogs to Detour. It is needless to state that they went Only to sued pm pcs As Urnik hed the Best g bag and left the other sections to in looked after As Providence might direct. This created a very unfortunate state of affairs As Providence 1 id not seem to take any particular interest in the matter. There being no regulations regard ing the storage collection and Lis postal of garbage it was absolutely impossible for the health depart ment to do any effective work alone these lines hence after Ion and careful study of the local situation we formulated and presented the above mentioned Ivr other things this Ordi Nance defines. 1. That. Gath age shall be collected Only by person july licensed by the health depart ment. Who shall collect Only in the districts assigned to them. 2. Each collector will display upon the sides of his cart or Wagor the number of his License and earn with him a card showing his author Ity duly signed by the health offi cer. .1 s. Fla Bage to be collected at Leas twice each weak during the six warm months and at least once a week the remainder of the year from All Pri vate dwellings with daily collection from hotels. Restaurants and Beard ing houses. 4. Defines the word garbage As meaning solid or semisolid Zitelle refuse which was intended to be used for food but excludes coffer grounds and egg shells. 5. All garbage must be stored in , metallic cans provided with covers to exclude water and flies Ami placed so As to be easily accessible to the collector. Not him but garbage must be placed in said cans. B unlawful for any person to do \ posit garbage on any private or pub Lic dump Street Alley Yard or Pri vate premises except As specified in the ordinance. 7. Provides a penalty of from one to five dollars for violating any of the provisions of said ordinance the above is Only a summary of the ordinance and every person in forested should secure a copy fron this department in order to fully continued on Pago six political announcements1 respectfully solicit your support of. Mayor of the City subject to democratic primary tuesday april 6. 1920 Albert Bryan 14 years a member of City Council. 12 years chairman of finance dec Marl tee. F year police commissioner 7s. Chamber of Commerce now collecting data with this object police May do work Many Whoso names were omitted have reported to chamber of com ways considered. Since the announcement of the re-1 suits of the recent census for this City the clerical Force of the chamber of Commerce by direction of its Board of directors has been engaged in col j letting ors to the movement of Community service. The entire list of the Genera committee will be published in the near future. Auto owners our it is done Ai a Naschel s. It most be done right 73-tt. Twenty five trip ticket raised from $2.75 1 to $4.00 effective april 10 executive committee of commuters association to present memorial of protest to Commerce commission another increase in fare will be put into operation by the washing ton Virginia railway company after april i. The increase is on what is known As the two week or Twenty five trip commutation tickets which tickets will be increased from $2.70 to $-1 or $1to increase a ticket. The increase has just been granted the company by the interstate Commerce j commission. The executive committee of the commuters association last night night held a meeting in the West Minster building and decided to pro sent a memorial protesting against the increase As the commuters on the fails Church division of that read already have done. The ticket which they will increase to $4 formerly sold for $2.50 and with the ten per cent increase granted by the interstate Commerce commission effective on or before december 1. 1011was boosted to $2.75. At the same time the monthly commutation tickets were in creased from $4.u5 to $4.45. The announcement that the rail Way company has secured another increase in its fares has created a howl of protestation throughout the a pity and it is expected that Lac executive committee of the comm continued on Page five cantata last night st. Paul s Church was crowded to the doors last evening to hear the choir Render Turner s Gethsemane to Golgotha it was a repetition of the Success of last Lent. The part of Mary was Sung by mrs. White who Sang i her usual effective manner. Her Solo my sen who rung est there particularly showing the Beautiful Quality of he voice. Mis. Nes a new Singer in Alex Andria Sang the Solo it is thy fathers will in a most pleasing manner. Or. Ogden Sang the Tench parts. His Solo. Were Given in i usual Good style especially his sol to thou hear the words so was Sung with a great Deal of pathos and Feci ing. Or. Waller the Bass of the chop was never heard to greater advantage singing the part of Jesus he a some of the most difficult words to d yet he Sang with great ease and Muci feeling. Or. Franklin. T a former soloist of st. Paul s choir Sang the part of Judas and his Solo i have sinned was Sung very effectively. These soloists were ably assisted by a chorus of 40 voices and the larg. Choir slowly marching Down the Center aisle singing the processional hymn. Of come and mourn with us a while was an inspiring sight. The service was under the direction of or. Fowler the organist of the Church who played adoration Fri in the holy City for the offertory. The congregation of st Paul s Church is to be congratulate 1j in having a choir capable of going such a difficult service so effectively. A meeting is to be held at 8 o clock Toni Erht at the Community Center o the committee in charge of arrange ments for the play to be presented under the auspices of the american Lear in on april 22 and 23. All Thos. Who have been asked to take part a earnestly requested to attend. Notice j Owenjr to the steadily increasing Erst of White paper and other things that fro into the production of a newspaper the Price of the Gazette for single copies at the office and at new stands Zefrin ninja april 1 will be two cents. The Price delivered t by Carrier will be thirty five cents. J per month As heretofore.77-tf. Wilson s trip plans president to leave for by May la president Wilson probably will leave for Woods Hole mass., where he will spend the summer months at the heme of Charles r. Crane of Chicago by May 15. It is expected the lease for the Crane heme. Will he signed today Joseph p. Murphy. Assistant chief of the secret service and col. De. Ivard w. Smith hers who for years have arranged presidential trips have been at Woods hols since sunday working on the details for the trip air the president s occupancy of the Crane Home. They Are expected to return to Washington tomorrow when a final set of plans vill be drawn giving the details of the proposed trip. Boy with missing bands new York police Are searching for youth with Harriman & co securities new York March 31a Mes Senger disappeared last Weic with $118,000 Worth of Bonds frown har Riman & co. Of 111 Broadway. A police alarm for the missing youth was sent out last night. House destroyed handsome House of Frank Hume burned this afternoon the handsome residence of mrs. Frank Hume known As " Warwick 2 Miles North of this. City was comp la i Tiv destroyed by fire at 1 -30 o clock this afternoon. Burning Brush in the neighbourhood caused the Lue. When it was seen that the fire a. Spreading the tire department of Thi City was called upon and efforts a firemen to ally the Progress of the flames were unavailing owing to the inability of the firemen i obtain o. Sufficient Supply of water. Some water was obtained from amount Ida and some from feb pump j it George Mason High school v. J neighbors and the firemen succeeded in saving a part o. The valuable furniture in the House. In addition to the destruction of the Hume re Side acc the fire als destroyed a number of out i Riding. On the Estu tone being occupied by tenants Oil the estate. The loss ill be sever. dollars and but partially covered by insurance. The Hume residence was one f j the finest Homes in Arlington coun to. Situated in the Hill overlooking Hume station it was an attraction to tourists passing Back and Lorth and was greatly admired to lit architectural Beauty. In a boxing match staged la. Night at the lyceum him Hick Schoeni proved an easy Winner do a n. Jalbert Chester Boran was referee. The contest was two six min Ute rounds. Senior play the senior class play of the a. Ii. Emory will be g ver in the h Ign. School auditorium the 7th. 8th a oth of april. Green stockings a May be seen by posters around town is the name of the piece. It not Only reserves interest As the Effort of High Schori students but also is a play Merit in. Itself having been used by Margaret Anglin As a successful starring vehicle. Those who have seer former High school plays do not Nee to be convinced that this one will b Worth attending. This is the Chanc of r those who have not seen the Taler. In their midst to come out and de cover for themselves a new pleasure. You la say Constance Talnadge in search of a sinner tonight at the Richmond is the funniest naughty nicest comedy drama you have even seen. 78-lc for Good Ana Buck Shad and All kinds of fresh f so. Call phone 7"a. Sanitary film Market. City Market. Open 5 p. M. Harvey Rori sox. Proprietor. Monkey wrench some people waste a lot of time trying to find the right Side of a left hand wrench. We Don t need a wrench in our efficient service. Jester s. King and Patrick streets 78-1 r t Worth of clothing store of j. Blankin 622 King Street entered last night discovered today loot taken includes men s and women s through rear window clothing valued at $800 was stolen by a burglar who Early this morning broke into the store of Jacob ulan Kin. G22 King Street. The robbery was discovered by a clerk who open e i the store this morning. Shortly afterwards or. Blankin who resides in Washington arrived and took an inventory of his Stock and ascertained that fourteen men s suits five overcoats two dresses and several skirts had been secured by the burglar. An investigation revealed that the burglar effected an Entrance through a rear window. The window is protected by Iron bars. The Wood work however in which the bars Are encased has partially rotted away and the burglar succeeded with lit Tel Effort in wrenching the Iron bars from their socket and then breaking the window Glass. The burglar had help in carting away the loot As it would have been a physical impossibility for one Man to have carted away All of the stolen goods unless he Hail a car awaiting outside and made seve ral trips from the store to the ear. A report of the robbery was made to chief goods and the police Are making an investigation of the Case and already Are working in several this is the first robbery of any consequence that has occurred in Alexandria this year. Episcopal nine defeats Western. Episcopal High school baseball team yesterday Defeated the Western High nine in one of the bos games seen on the virginians Diamond. The episcopal lads landed the verdict 7 to o. The pitching of hair for the red and White was easily the feature c the contest As lie struck out 10 Bat tvrs and issued but one pass. Scon by innings Western 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4. I s episcopal 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 j.7 5 3 , hair and Cary episcopal Taylor and Butts. Specials thursday. Friday and saturday 500 pounds s special Coffee at 45 cents a Pound boy scout Coffee 40 cents a Pound White Marvel flour. $14 per barrel. $7 half barrel $1.75 for 24 Pound sack yellow California peaches Largo can 35 cents. 3 cans for $1.00 5 Pound can red and Blue Karo syrup 50 cents country butter 00 cents per Pound fresh eggs 55 cents. Free delivery. J. E. Purce1.l, 117 South Henry Street. Phone 507-w. 78-3c. Verdict for $2,126.76. Greene and Xet Iland sue Fleisch Mann construction co., for $6,453.80. A jury in the corporation court at 11 30 o clock last Riis Rhc awarded Greene and Reuland a verdict for �2,126.74 in their suit against the flex Schrann construction company. The plaintiffs sought to recover $6,453.80 for room rent and Board for employees of the defendant corporation alleged to be due. The Case was in Progress ail Day and until the foregoing hour last night. The plaintiffs were represented by attorney p. Harlow and the defendant corporation by attorney Gardner l. Boothe. Judge l. C. Barley presided. Potomac fish company will have on Sale tomorrow and Good Friday Roe and Buck Shad. Fresh herring sait water croakers flounders whits Perch Rock Bass Jand All kinds of fish. Still have fresh Oyster. 78-2p new Cabinet to take dras Tice measure against junkers face treason trial Ruhr workers threaten to Ijes Troj and kill carded As a Bluff. Berlin. March 31drastic Mea sures to combat the old conservative. J i and military groups in Germany Art to be taken by the new Cabine i formed by president Ebert. Every utterance from various my j Sisters indicates a determination t fight thl reactionary elements. Or. Wolfgang von Kapp head the recent revolutionary government or. Traub revolutionary minister t worship and a dozen other civilian Are to be tried on charges of Hig treason minister of Justice Blunk announced. All officers of the Obi reactions regime Are to be removed from the army and other measures taken t make this service a popular in Titi Tion that will permit political Educ Tion. This Promise was made in a speech by defense minister Gessler. Thi i speech has created a highly of Avorah impression and it is predicted that if the entire Cabinet program is car ried out it Means that the Militarist a Are seeing their last hours. Karl Legien Secretary of the bet Lin Federated trades Union the strongest labor Leader of the country assured his support to the govern no in in a remarkable speech. He demand that the leaders of the recent Rev Lution he punished and that the Ujj property be confiscated and used Jcj the Benefit of the poor a minister of defense Gessler is it s stent upon sending troops into the Ruhr District to enforce order thru despite threats of the workmen blow up property upon the so Leif r appearance. This it is hoped is Bluff illustrated lecture k. W. R. Kwing to talk before Citi Zens association tonight a tour of the West from Cri Ada to Mexico will in the s of an illustrated lecture which be delivered at1 & o clock tonight. Fore the Alexandria citizens As citation at a meeting to be held v Odd Fellows Hall by e. W. K Ewing. Of Arlington county. Radii Are invited to attend. Or. Kwin will Shew about 100 slides. In addition to the lecture a nun Ber of matters of importance als wiil be considered at this meeting. It is expected that a Large number of members will attend. Plan May Ball a meeting of the Mason Dixon a a ers was hold last night at the can Munith Center some two dozen met hers being present. Plans for a m Ball were discussed and h. No eiga Ner appointed a committee of the i arrange All details. The execute committee of the Mason Dixon Pla ers will meet tonight at 710 o Cloi at the Community Center to plan f the new production to be put on this progressive aggregation of ale i Andria s younger musical folks a the Mason Dixon players Haye put six shows since organizing in i a Nerber. The members feel that a or tie variety will add spice to the performance. Many new members War admitted and four new acts wiil 1 produced at the next show. William Windsor caught to shads eff Alexandria today. The. Are. We believe the first 1,at hav been caught in this neighbourhood this season. Free with boy s Necktie wit a pretty right posture suit. Alex Andria a -115 King Street. 78-?, for chiropractic adjustments Tail on the doctor at 624 King Street. Foi men women and children. 64-e o d to 1 it f a 1 City told in Brief beware of april fool jokes which will be in order tomorrow. The regular saturday night dance at the Community Center will not be held this week As this is holy week. The card party for the students loan fund of Virginia has been Oost noned indefinitely. Rabbi Joseph Kohn and family Hae gone to Rockaway Beach for the Spring and summer. The state court of appeals yester Day reversed the judgment of the Cir Cuit court of Alexandria county in he Case of Elliott is Birrell. Cadet 1l r. Stansbury. Jr., of Fishburne military school who has been ill for some time past is improving. James it. Smith and wife have sold to Frederick a. Smith and wife House and lot on the West Side of Lee be tween Gibbon and Franklin streets. The regular business meeting will be held at the first Baptist Church tonight. Interesting reports will be read and a Large number is expected to be present. A meeting of the woman s Home missionary society of Trinity m. E. Church will be held at 2 o clock thursday afternoon. All members Are urged to be present. Among the senior Honor students at bran mawr College announced last week by miss Helen Taft act ing president was miss Julia new ton Cochran of the Plains. The regular weekly dance of the to Libee so Chat club will be omitted tonight. Ash wednesday hut the o. Affairs will he resumed wednesday of Saster week. The Chicago club b. P .0. Elks will give a dance in the elks auditorium tuesday . April at which time the Cleveland car i mho recent Bazaar is to be awarded. On account of the evangelistic ser vices at the Payne Street Chapel there will be no prayer meeting in the Westminster. Building this even ing. The Alexandria medical society has appointed a committee composed if or. W a. Smith and or. Hugh Mcguire to arrange for placing a handsome Bronze Tablet in the Alex Andria Hospital to the memory of the late or. Rozier c. Bayly. Mrs. Thomas Hays who was operated upon two weeks ago at the George Washington Hospital is re covering and is expected to be aide to return to her Home in this City on sunday next. Mrs. Charles Creighton Carlin has issued invitations for wednes Day afternoon april �. From 4 to o clock at her Home 215 North Washington Street to meet mrs. A. Mitchell Palmer wife of the attorney general. The Friday afternoon dancing class under the direction of miss Eliza k. Douglas and miss Katherine c. Waller will be omitted this week. Good Friday but will be held in Odd Fellows Hall. Friday. April 1from i to in. The ladies auxiliary to the b. Of 1,. A. Will have an easter Sale to Morrow. Friday and saturday at the furniture Hore of or. Frank Michel Back. All members of the auxiliary ire requested to attend. See Constance Talmadge in in search of a sinner tonight at the Richmond. Her favorite sinner had the physique of Atlas the patience of ice and the determination of w. J. Bryan but he fell for Georgiana and he fell hard. 78-Le she tried every Way in the world to make her Hubby wicked but All he could think about was anthropology ind greek architecture. See Constance in in search of a 78-lc

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