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HYtAN WOULD NOT
CUT THE SALARIES
OF N. Y. WORKERS
T^ffirCommittee He Does
JSfot Know How to Run
i Run City Cheaper.
WFW TORK. Aug. It?M??or
Hfb'n. the Meyer le*Ml?t'*?
. Jfimittee tod?y that he wa? opp3Ld.-to.4he
reaction of * ??'
rib employes, on Wednesday
r.iSoffMd the body that the only
Sice of cuttin* down
.Anditure* wa sto prune -a*^
H?Tatate* today, however, that 1..
n^l studied this question and found
thM the Vases of city employes had
nTad^At" materially during the
wjf and should not be cut.
ttie examination was suspende.
ifCr the mayor had ",slhe',,.thJ'
hIScould not think of any
undrr his control by jvhich reducti?*s
could be made in the tost
n*jyiing the city.
Claim Illegal raaatloa.
*h? cost has now reached $145. ..(?.,00
a year and has resulted, ac
< oSd i n c to K. H Brown, committee
. . ncil. In illeeai taxation to the
:.i?unt of more than J32.000.000 and
inRbe iliagal borrowing of money
t?.*leb extent of $100,000,000.
Sayoe-Hylan said that somf ecor. r?T
might be effected by eliminating
some of the city employes. In
* Prepared tsatement. he said that
*thf study now being conducted ?p
thj questions of reducing w
lifted onl >the wages of skilled
Knployea Cheer Mayor.
mty employes*, who. during their
] m h hour -crowded the committee
r.*kn. applauded and cheered trie
major when he insisted their salarfes
should not be cut because they
ha* not H*en ra?seu proportionately
wft the war tunes.
ffttorney Brown intimated tnat
Mafor Hyian's supporters were tryin*
to "pack" the hearing. Mr. j
i;mwr read letters written by the
mayor early in his t*rm of office,
jiitftng department heads to practice ;
^^ie .mayor said that he was unable
10 recall any instances in which
id(e and unprotable employes had
h**ci discharged as he directed. He
?i?6 saM-that he could not recollect |
wlMtttcr rity officers had moved into
Reaper offices in accordance with
th^ suggestions offered by him.
ThvMtfiifii Depariwmt Head*.
A genaral letter by the mayor to
h.a department heads on March 23.
1MJ. was read, in which the mayo?
.u&plainc dtbat his suggestions
foe.economy bad not been observed.
H? alleged that no definite results
hatt been obtained ex? ept in the police
jVnle? my suggestion* are given
irrttncdialo*. attention." the mayor
4'.ncli/dtid. "I may be obliged to put
some practical man in the t|epurtment
at its head "
GA THER TO EXPAND
EFFORTS OF CHURCH
lja> men representing churches of
the Potomac Presbytery, including
t Ive Presbyterian churches of the
lnslrw-t and parts of Maryland and
Virginia. will meet at noon today
;tt the German Presbyterian Church
to organize a Presbyterian Association.
seldom M Ely. of Washington,
wflf deliver the address of we?.
o'me: Representative Thomas U.
S'vaon. of M ssissippl. will speak on
"Our Field and Its Needs:" Capt.
P. L- Slay maker. Athens. Ga.. on
the "Lvamen's Association Plan;'*
ludge W. W. Warwick, of Washington.
on "The Relative Importance
of Laymen? Business and the
Lord's Business.** and Rev. J. S.
I. yon. P. P.. of Atlanta. Ga.. on
I What the Church Has a Right to
Kxpect of Her Men.**
The objective of the new organization
is the training of lay work- j
era in the vasious activities of the
? hurch and the utilization of the
business ability of the laymen in the
general forwarding of the church's
James Trimble. ?*. W. Warden.
Roy" V. Prince and A. V. Russell
constitute the local committee.
I.unch will be served by the ladies
f the church at noon. The afternoon's
program will include short
addresses by prominent men and
peri discussions on the work of
NEW WAY TO
I . i j
! Convenient Tablet Form
Combined With Iron and
' Other Health Builders.
Quickly Builds New Flesh,
Strenfth and Health.
Thousand? are bow taking yeast the
new way?in pleasant tablet form as
embodied id Ironized Yeast.
Sfveryone has heard of the seeming
mjrgcles performed by yeast, especially
1? eases <*f loss of weight, weakness,
poor appetite, mal nutrition and general
"ran down*' conditions.
Tfc?* reason for these amazing results
r* (a that yeast contains a certain mysterious
element called vitamines which
we do not get in our present-day diet,
bar which are absolutely necessary for
good health and proper physical development.
lionised Teast contains highly concentrated
brewer's yeast which la far
richer in Titamtnes than ordinary yeast,
fa addition. It contains iron and other
well-known health builders, so that you
really *et two splendid tonics In one.
If you want to put on goon sona
fesh. If yoa want to increaae jvur
strength so that yoa can tackle hard
work and en jay it. If you want to put
good healthy color in your cheeks, and
ftel "At" all the time?then try Ironiaad
Teast. Fine for clearing up sallow
and blotchy akin.
I? must cases Ironized Teast .will
bring a decided improvement by the
tUrd day. The sallowest conuilexlons
wOl naaally be cleared up in l/sa than
rwo weeks. Find oct how it Is to be
in perfect health a*' the time! Get
Ironized Teast today. Packed in convenient
8aai-tape package that yoa can
rtp ia year rant packet. Coat no more
par ' doae than common yeast. Each \
package contain* 10 days'.treatment ?n<l I
coat* only 91.00?or Jnst 10c a day.
fl?eelal directions for ciiildrea la each
package. Made by the Iroalaed Teast
Cavfeaj. At lasts Ga. For aale by aU
the Peoples Drug Stores and goad druggiats
SfUT CMCUTUTU IITIIIK TMC
Body of Murdered
In Seaside Grave
SAti FRANCISCO. Aug. 11.?
Father Patrick Herttn. kidnapped
print or Colin*. Cal.. has been
SI* men early today dug hi*
crumbled body rrom a Vude grave
u & tiny cave' on.the windawept
clltfa or Salada Beach, some thirtymile*
south of 8ah Franciaco.
Not a man in the party knew
Father Heslin In lire, but identi^cation
wai certain because: The
body wan shrouded in a clerical
garb or Broadcloth.
On It was a medal, bearing the
.ikelineas ot Christ 011 one side and
on the other the blessed Virgin
In a little velvet cue was the
sacred -lost Father Heslin had
taken rromh Is hdme at Colma a
week ago Tuesday night tor use in
i the last sacrament he had been
! called by his kldn.-.pper* to adminis(
ter "to a dying triend."
Growth of the Kiwanis move-,
ment in the United States andCanada
since its inception five,
years sgo. and particularly the |
Washington organisation which was
one of the first dosen to get a
charter, was told by Roe Fulkersoti.
editor ?>f the Kiwanis magasine. at
the weekly luncheon ff the club
held on the roof garden of the Hotel J
Fuikerson explained how the men j
who are admitted to the Kiwanis
clubs are carefully investigated and j
approved from every angle before j
j they are taken into their fola?.
Claude H. Woodward, president, 1
announced that Eugene Adams, a
former president of the local club.!
Would speak at their meeting next!
Dr. CJeorge Baker, chairman of]
j the inter-relations committee, in*
going over the details for the motor
trip to Hagerstown on Saturday,
| August 20. which will end in an
old-fashioned barbecue, said that he
had been notified by Walter Baker,
president of the Hagerstown club,
that a garage will be reserved for
the Kiwanians while they are in
1 the Maryland town.
of The Washington Herald v
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TO LOOSEN WADS
Stifling Rooms and Contemptuous
Are Effective. . >
Ilxcltl Oakte to IW WuklagtM Xanld
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DEAUV1LE, France, Aug. 11.?
Psychology i? tne dominant keynote
in the organisation of the gambling
rooms of the modern casion. Nu
possible iactor which can aid the
"house" at the expense of the players
ia overlooked, and the various
casino directors in Monte Carlo?"
belgium Italy. Switzerland, anil
France continually compare notes
and trade new ideas on ways and
means to increaae playing and incidentally
to increase profits.
First and foremost it was discovered
a score of years ago at Monte
Carlo that the gaming rooms muac
be kept red-hot. The player becomes
flushed and uncertain i'n the
heat, all his blood mounts to his
Read, and he loses the clearness and
quickness of thinking, the rapidity
of sizing up a situation, and quickn?ss
of judgment as to what his a
tion should be. in the close, vitiated
atmosphere. Directors of summer
casinos did not believe they would
#e able to follow the tip learned by
th? winter resort, but they have
done so, and windows in casinos are
kept tightly shut in July and Au guat,
as they are on the Riviera in
January and February.
Every b?4r Smokes.
Kvery one?men and women alike
?smokes continually and furiously
while in the gaming rooms. And.
Incidentally, don't ever \hink that
there would be a match safe in any
(asino in all Europe. Plenty of ash
trays, and all sorts of high priced
cigarettes for sale, but not a match
it a box of matches obtainable. Because
without matches one must ask
ti.e attendants for lights, and every
time an attendant produces a litttle
t re he must have a tip.
The floors of the casinos are covered
with the thickest and heaviest
'carpet, and one's feet burn at first,
until he gets used to it from swishing
through the floor coverings.
The jargon is talk, although in
louis instead of in francs. Legally
It is against the law for any anyone
to possess a golden louis now.
will help you sncure complete
f the following Schools and
be kind of School or
:nd this coupon to the
of the Washington Herald
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? Hotel Traiaing School
? Indnntrlal CleaHUrf
?Iatertor Deroratlag School
?Machine Tool Operator
? Mathematical !jj
? Motion Picture Operator
?Nirtct' Tralalag School
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?Telephone Operators' School
?1Typewrit lag School
?Vocational Training School ij
?Vuleaaislag School U||
?Window Decorating School
pplyinj for iafor*abo?
> pay per year for actual
on, board, book*' etc.?
Thl? is alio confuting to the n*w>
wiser nr?t trying hlg luck. ,
Everywhere, on e*?ry aide, there
a.-? dark, lynx-eyed men in black
cutaway coat*, treat heavy ahoea.
little black. rear% -tied bow tiea. and
briatllnff black mustaches. peering
at one. regarding him Intently,
from the moment he etepe Into the
gambling halla. They are the apotters.
the private detectives, who are
on the watch out (or ^ny auspicious
character that might try to stick
up the place or steal aome ot the
wonderful Jvwelty worn by the
women praaent, try some funny
work with the cards, push some
counterfeit money, or pinch some
sleeping bet that the player ha*
The swarthy men In black with
the mustaches seem to have their
eyes glued on the stranger who
Just went In to "look around." after
j paying 100 francs admission fee for
j the privilege, and to shame him Into
playing. They seem t" smirk contemptuously
at him if he doeln't
j pull out his bank roll and begin'
gambling with the rest.
Mast Br Tipped.
And woe to the poor boob who
I staggers up to aome table where]
100 franca lh the minimum bet andj
I gingerly lays down a louls. Thei
| disgusted look of tlie croupier
t shames him into placing 80 franca
I more on the table instead of picking
up his miserable 20 and beating
it. Woe. too, to the simp who
thinks he can win a few bets and
not tip the croupier and his assistant.
whose job is to make
j change for the house. About the
second time he forgets the croupier
that official will begin bawling him
on various points, such ss not putting
his money in the center of tha
table and not drawing a card when
he should have, or drawing one j
when he shouldn't have, or being
j slow or clumsy .with the deal. or|
I not counting his points quickly j
IJ's a tough game, and the dab-1
blera in baccarat are duck soup for
| the casinos. They win a little and!
then they lose a lot. and then they j
go away and save their money toj
come back and do It ail over again j
*n the Argentine Kepublic. higher
education is given In four universi|ties:
av Cordoba, founded In 161U;
Ruenos Aires L'niveristy, founded In
1821; l^a Plata University, founded
in 1905. and Santa Fe and Rucuman
University, founded in 1912.
I . .
TEXT OF INVITATION
TO ARMS MEETING
CONTINUED TROU PACK ONE.
"The^tlme is befliVftd to Ik? opportune
for the?e iww?r? to approach
this subject directly and in
conference; and whl!e. in the di*r
cussion of limitation of armament,
the question of naval aimament nay
nturallv have first place, it has been
thought best, not to exclude questions
pertaining to other srmament
to the end that all practicable measures
of relief may have appropriate
considesatlon. It may also be found
advisable to formulate proposals by
which in the Interest of humanity
the use of new agencies of warfare
may be suitably controlled.
Desire ?f l*ea?e. '
"It is. however, quite clear that |
there can be no Anal assurance of '
the peace-of the worlf In the ab- j
fence of the desire for peace and |
the prospect of reduced armaments
is not a hopeful one unless this
desire finds expression in a practical
effort to remove causes of misunderstanding
and to seek ground
for agreement as to principles and
their application. It is the earnest
wish of this government that
through an interchange of views
with the facilities afforded by a conference.
It may be possible to find
a solution of Pacific and' Far Eastern
problems, of unquestioned importance-at
this time, that Is, such
common understandings with respect
to matters which hive been I
and are of international concern!
as may serve to promote enduring J
friendship among our peoples.
"It is not the purpose of this gov- j
ernment to attempt to define the i
scope of the dUcussion In relation
to the Pacific and Far Mast, but
rather to leave this to be the subject
of suggestions to be exchanged
before the meeting of the confer- j
ence. in the expectation that the
spirit of friendship and a cordial
appreciation of the importance of
the elimination of sources of controversy
will govern the final
"Accordingly, in pursuance of the
proposal which has been made and
in the light of the gracious indication
of its acceptance, the President
invites the government of
I Great Britain to participate in a.
(conference on the subject of limi- j
j! an average
f, Even the 1
j source of 1
[ poor gasol
plied, the i
ing a larg
loss of pov
tion and c
for you to
ation of (riuitaiit, In connection
?lth which Pr .lhc and Far ItiUn
uue.tlon. will alao be dlacumwd. to
be hold l? Wuhln(U> on the 11th
lay of Nomilwr. 1*11.The
Secretary of State. on behalf
of the l*re?ident. alao aent a tormal
Invitation to ihe Republic of China
to participate In the dlacuaelon of
Pacific and Far Eastern queations
In connection with the conference
or. the limitation of arma?ant.
The invitation waa cabled bjr the
Secretary of State to the American
legation at Hekln for < "* '7 10
the foreign of the CnlneM
The text of the invitation Is a?
The President Is deeply gratl- j
fled at the cordial response to his
suggestion that there should he a
conference on the subject of llmlta- I
?.on of armament, in connection |
with which Pacific and Far Eastern
questions should also be discussed.
"It is quite clear that there can
be no final assurance of the peace
of ths world in the absence of the
desire for peace, and the prospect
of reduced armament is not a hopeful
one unless this desire finds j
expression in a practical effort to j
remove causes of misunderstanding i
and to seek ground for agreement
as to principles and their application.
it is the earnest wish of this
government that through an interchange
of views with the facilities
afforded by a conference, it
may be possible to find a solution
of Pacific and Par Eastern problems.
of unquestioned importance at
thin time, that is. such common understanding*
with respect to matters
which have been and are of internationjl
concern as may serve
to promote enduring friendship
among our peoples.
Mespe of DbrSMita.
"It is not the purpose of this gov- j
ernment to attempt to define the ;
scope of the discussion in relation ;
to the Pacific and Far East, but
rather to leave this to be tha subject
of suggestions to be exchang- j
ed before the meeting of the con- |
5oothinq And HetJinq
[ use of a low grade of
' wastage of almost 9
best engines iwavoi
of potential power,
aline of a uniformly
motor functions un<
e fuel cleanly, but m<
e proportion of it,
>urnt, into the muf
> er and is tlie cause1
fuel of definite qtu
5 will be eliminatec
low available wher
5.O." sign is the besl
1" Motor Gasoline
ig, and releases a m<
wer. It will be mor<
give it a careful tr
the best, for it cost
f?r*?c*. i? the espMtaiton that th< H vers town Nominee Itlm had
spirit of friendship and a cordial ap- ~ ^ .
pr*clatlon of the Importance of the HAOEMTO* N Md. Ant II-?
lhnlnatlon of source* Of oontru- Mayor John AiMrl itepvbtleM.
VtI7' **1! "" ,IU| and the baroocratlc ch, cooncil ar? '
Accordingly. In pursuance of ths deadlocked over the appoictmem ..f
proposal which haa beeji nude, and *?1*cg? - . * 'T*** **
a the llsht of the rraclou. indlca- *
tton of Ita acceptance the Preai- *-ho.1 Z
dent Invitee the fovernment of the * "*!" commlsslosKepublic
of China to parUcipatr In *" Fbt JV ,h* ?" ?tlfe
discussion of Pacific and Par ?" */ v?" '?"r ?? ""n,"1"!"
Raatern questions, in connection *** appointment of * llllara r.
with the conference on the sub)oct Hamilton a aon of former Oo?
of limitation of armament, to be William T. Hamilton There are n .
held In Washington, on the llth '"" 'atloB. of a braak In the deadday
of November. 1M1." lock. .
m m-Thf Store with a Smile" rt
!P Meyer's Shops
I 1331 F St N. W.
^ Every Tie
?In the Shop Has
Like This! I
85c Values-Now 54c
$1.35 Values-Now 99c
$1.95 Values-Now J],45
Q$2.45 Values-Now $1.94
$3.35 Valucs-Now $2.49
gasoline results in
0% in fuel energy!
idably waste great
But the principal
loss is in the use ol' J
high quality is su jvevenly,
ore often discharw- j
unburnt or only
Her. This means
of crank-case dilu- i J
ility, and unneees- j
1. The improved 5i!
ever you see the EI P" tj
t that you can buy. |JK * _ KfA
is clean-burniiij!. ! If
iximuni of steadv, |
e than worth while I j
ial. You might as I
s no more. | i
company i i