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CATHOLIC COUNCIL j
OF ARMS PARLEY
Also Pledges Support for
Relief of Unemployed
desolations indorsing the conferenme
on the limitation of arraaviue*t
and supporting the Irish in
their efforts to obtain a governriiSkt
"acceptable to the Irish peopl?u
?ts a nation." were adopted at
t>?* final session of the national
convention o^ the National Council :
of*" Catholic Men held yesterday '
afternoon at the Willard Hotel.
Other resolutions adopted wexe a
leolaration of opposition to a .
"t>deral or State monopoly of
education;'* an appeal for cOn-l
erted action to mitgate the di-!
v#?ce evil; the support of the N'a- 1
ti?Mtal Council of Catholic Men for
tit* relief of the unemployed and '
ther solution of the unemployment
pioblem; the establishment ?>f 90>
??Il study clubs to further a
knowledge of present-day problems;
the support of a campaign
? f*??, better motion pictures, and ,
-ratification at the prospect of j
satisfactory relations between Mex. I
I*<v and the United States.
Program of Year** Work.
The work of the National Council
0? Catholic Men during the coming,
yew will consist in the organiza- :
tioti of dipcesan and parish coun-1
ciflf, the support and the develop-1
men? of the training school re- j
cently established in Washngton
and Americanization of the Immi- j
The officers elected arc Rear Admiral
William S. Benson, of Washington.
president; Thomas P. FJynn, j
of Chicago, vice president; P. J.
NaJly. of Detroit, secretary; Charles
L Denescha\:d. of New Orleans, j
treasurer: Michael J. Slattery. of
Washington. executive secretary, j
Members of the executive committee
9 are the national officers and Rich- |
monJ Dean, the retiring president,
of Chicago: John D. Ryan, of New
York; F. P. Kenkel. of St. Louis:
E. J. Tobinfl of San Francisco; Joseph
E. Deery, of Indianapolis
Michael Harley. of St. Paul; William
P. Moran, of Denver; C. A. Bet-by.
Hays. Kans.. and Walter Johnson.
During the morning session the
Rev. Martin E. Fahy spoke on the j
"Catholic Actors' Guild." and the 1
Rev. Daniel J. Daly explained the;
work that is belnsr done by tne National
Catholic Welfare Council In
connection with the Boy Scout
movement in France. At 12:30 the
delegates assembled in front of the '
Wtllard Hotel and marched to the
executive offices of the White House,
where they were received by President
A dramatic entertainment for the
delegates was given last evening
in the auditorium of the Central
High School by the Musical and
Dramatic Guild of the Washington
District Council. An address on
"American Ideals In the Drama" was
delivered bv Michael Williams.
Buck Deer Charges
PTTTSFIELD, Mass.. Sept J2-?
Charging, on an automobile driven
by Walter C. Rochelo on the Richmond
road near here last night, a big
buck, leader of a herd of eight deer,
smashed both headlights, bent a mudguard
and pushed the car over to the
side of the road, stunning himself
at the same time with the terrifflc
The car was going slowly at the
time. The four bucks and three does
that constituted the remainder of the
herd Jumped aside into the woods.
The leader snorted and. lowering his I
head? crashed into the car. After I
lying in the road several minutes. |
the buck Jumped to his feet and
plunged Into the woods.
Unless otherwise specified the following
r.ppUrints are all from this citj:
Bentet Prrar. 24. and Mary Payne, 23.
Tl?e R*r. James L. Plan.
ODvfr Brown. 1*. and Etta Johnston. 18.
Tha R*v P J Ritrhle
John P. Barn**. 31. and Rattle L. Sell*
ers. 26. The Rev. W n. Jernagin.
Edgir A. Flan*broufh. 22. and Victoria
Dalatyj 25. The Rer. Aqui'a Saylaa.
Thorn a * G. Crogl.an. 22. and Let a M. McNias.
21. of Lancaster. Pa. The Rer. P. J.
J. fdirinl M< Dona'd. 50. of Mau. W.
Va.. and K Virginia. Cl*avinger. 32. The
Rer. X. S. Montgomery.
Fcanfc Pa?tore. 25. and Margaret Nlcaatrl.
22. The Rev. deCarlo.
Albert A. Spear. 27 and Mary Eleanor
H int. 23. Tlie Rer Freely Rohrer.
Myron T. Bach. 33. of Panama. C. Z..
and . .elen Magrnder. 33. of Council Bluff*,
lvwa. The Rer. H. P. Downs.
Roscoe Jasper. 22. and Sarah Christian,
jn. Tie Rer. James L. Jasper.
Aalhony B. Poole, 66. of Burtonsvllle, Md .
and Airs. Mertenea Poultoa. 65. The Rer.
Or Neura'gic Pain
Also reduce* fever. Will not npset
ffte stomach. No unpleasant taste.
*AT ALL DRl'G STORES
Two SIles 28c
$3.50 to Philadelphia
$8.25 to Chester
$3.00 to Wilmington
>4 War Tax S?T- additional
Sunday, September 25
? SPECIAL TRAIN
? Eastern Standard Time
Lv* Washington (Caion Station)
7 :M 9. xu
Returning. leave-* Broad Street Statin*
7:25 p. m . West Philadelphia
:.3f p. m.. Chester 7:52 p. m.. Wilmington
8:1?? p. m.
Tickets on aale Friday preceding
C^?imilar Excursions October
23. November 6. 20.
December 4 and 18
Th# right I* reserved to limit the
iei* of tickets to the capacity of
> *iqyd>ent available.
T?.1 Route of the Broadway !
LOUIS GOUVERNEUR MORRIS
HELD WITHIN JAIL LIMITS
Confined With Partners, Charged With Fraud j
In Stock Deal.
.NEW YORK, Sept. 32.?Louis) the Supreme Court at White Plaina.
Gouverneur Morris, descendant of " 'o show cause why he should
Revolutionary stock, has been with- ?? * "H-.ti"1"
in jail limits since .Tune 1*. and his - of th. hrok.
two partners, equally of aristocratic erf ? ! ? * 0" MorrU Ind Pope.
lis ,IV? stock 'upp,?" way are partners and co-defenJS.
dants. The amount involved In the
The fact became known toda> >UJt broug.ht by Charles Morgan, a
when Morris obtained an order from customer "of the flrm, ? ?0.?8?.
? ===' Since his arrest Morris has been
llLlULlLl llLuivIllTi/rll mother-in-law. Mrs. J. Muhlenbur*
?- ___ _ . __ Ba'ley, it is said, executed a bond
TWlvTv TI^CD T AH of '22.000 shortly after his arrest.
I lij 1 J 1 IllLlIV 1 AIL suaranteelntr that lie would not
""".move from the jsll limits of Westj
cheater County. He is a member of
Boss Murhy Gets Open Bawl- "Y<r" pfon"ne?t club'
ing Out from Old A9- OFFICERS CAPTURE
sociate. , SING SING PRISONER
NEW YORK. Sep, Si-Boss NBW YORK_^ "
. ? ? week of day and nijht vigil by memMurphy
of Tammany Hall received . . ..' _ " . ......
an open face bawling out tonight 3 bomb squad, detectives
from his r^bel henchman. Janu? J. late today arrested Joseph 8orace.
Hines. who has won a recount of 23. who escaped from Sing Sing j
the vote for the nomination as prison a week ago by sliding down j
president of the Borough of Man- seventy-two feet of telephone wire
h ;ttan. Hint's charged last w*eek from the roof of a six-tier cellhouse.
that the vo#s had been juggled and He was doing a ten-to-nlneteen-year
won an order from the court to "bit" for manslaughter.
recount. I Tho detectives, who had been
Silence from Murphy met the watching Mrs. Sors<? since the eshis
supporters. cape. trailed her and two men today
8 f?"W. * 155th street, where Sorace got into
ridrnr# ,nd afr-f.t"V?te "con" i their automobile. In another autoHlnes
declared that Murphy ?s7?bi"' |he detectives trailed the car
responsible for th^ Democratic! nea^y an J10111*' ^hen thc machine
uartv of thf- citv ^emoci^tic | returned to the same point. Sorace
slipping away from It. moorli^" : k,''cd his KlfVind J,,rnt>td 'nto ,hc
Honors were even or unknown; bugh(;s- Thcr<' he wa" seated
fhe'recoun" "we'nt* "Sut^cha-Hn . House mice have a habit of folwa^
predominant In the Murphy | TnWXf. ?
The lser-s tail had been twisted ihlnd a tab,e ,e* ?r ?maU ?bJ#c!
and it hurt. I where mice naturally run need not
rWtFull Dress and Tuxedo Suits ft
There's No Ex
High Clothing 1
We don't pretend to be the price-fixers
trade, but we can tell" you there's no good
should give up $50 or $60 when we will r
class suit or overcoat for $28.
Ordinary ready-made clothing costs
this, ard wc'ii ieave the comparison of va.
I To Order
The materials are the best and the m
can select from the stocks of reliable
|| You're sure of finding a pleasing pattern ;
Choose your goods and the style in
them made up. Then depend upon us 1
every particular with perfectly fitted a
ML And think of the saying!
I Another Amazing Price $1
The finest qualities must cost a little more, but M
you 11 admit there are just as wonderful bargains in fl
the suitings and overcoatings we price at ^
Our Heavy "Sun-Proof*' Blue Serge
I M. Stein & G
H > 810 F Street N. W.
. Open Saturday Evenings Ur
FOR THIS SESSION
Investigation for Valuation
Plan Needs 60
Final enactment of tariff tabulation
before the winter aeaalon ot
Congreaa appeared an Impossibility
yesterday when Senator Penroae.
chairman of the 8enate Finance
Committee, aald that It la now eatlmated
that alxty daya will be required
by n force of Treaaury ?*perta
to colect Information dealred
In connection with the adoption of
the American valuation plan.
The Republican membera of the
finance committee conferred with
James B. Reynolds, who haa charee
of the force. Reynolda formerly waa
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury
In charge of cuatoma, and later
served on the tariff commission.
Tbis new force of Treaaurp experts
Is being organised under the tioo,000
emergency appropriation recently
made by Congress.
In view of the fact that the
Christmas holidays wil interrupt
the work of Congress, consideration
of the tariff bill In the Senate is not
likely to be completed before early
in the now year.
Senator Penrose announced that
the Jlouse bill, imposing a duty of
90 per cent on American aurplua
war auppllea sold to France and
brought back to thia country, will
be caled up in the Senate at the
Masonic Ball Plans Complete.
Plana for the Maaonlc ball to be
held in the Arcade on December 1
have been completed, the entertainment
committee announced yeaterday.
The proceeds will be devoted
to the Masonic Club fund
and the Eaatern Star Home.
>r Hire ~ .nil
? for the clothing || <
reason why you H i
nake you a first:!
| jfl i
much more than
lues to you. 1 I
* V ' " j ij:.
ost desirable we
among them. ||
which you want
to satisfy you in
nd carefully tai56
Suits, $27.50 I
?til 9 Jj
i BntTB8- i'
Moartaoa A1. and Hattla L. -ftt.frr. bar.
Lor**ao * ' ) Mary *1 di Battlata. fin '
(Junto and Loo tat rralllaaa. bar 1
C *?" m. S?ltb. tOf .
?K*trt I. m ?to 0, Mw (tn. ,
Wi.u.? w. n^. v. ir.ifu. rirt.
artr .? Id. a. !,?,?. (trV
i!!* ,?"4 **r" * ?irtH
art Ha.Ur Staata. ?1rl
' ?" J < llu; Bayard, sirl
9.*"r" C. ul Halan H. Bursa Ctrl
^Fmdarlck T. aad Catharlaa o. }<*aaoa.
Harray and Ball, rHalala. ?,!.
Tbao^n and Marsarat nimta^aa. bar
w.?7 i * ? ? ?. Hrl^
Walter 3. and Mary M Hnlth bor
Lansdoa E. and Maria L Aafla. bar
* aad a lady, Uriah, Ttri
Ruaaall B. and Ka lla K Baaboas. bow
lSTV"? "Hf x *?"" ?. toLloyd
and Mary Scott, air].
William and Til lr John. a. bor
Ja?'? aad Nancy Harrla, toy.
Jam** ai.d Karvh Epj?, boy
Joa*ph and Elate Drewu> boy.
JjTllr and Mateo Leonard, girt
W J llam and Gertrude Young, bor
William and Ophelia Hajei, boy
Cliarlea and Nellie Ilaiiey. boy
Maaun and Kl a L. Cooaenber^, boy.
Llna E. Dickinaon, 00 jeara, 1025 15th at.
Michael O. Preaaler, 48, 1213 Olrard at.
Jamea A. Koran. 58. 818 D at. b?.
Hone K. Wllklna. 80. 50 M at. aw.
Harriott A. Lowman. 87. 000 23rd at. nw.
Karueat Kuat. 48. Uarfleld Hoapt.
Chin Hoy Jip. 62. 818 Pa. aeo. aw.
...a Hi. 1184 Reeda court aw.
Charlea Peyton, 58, Tuborculoala Hoapt.
If Your Friends
Are Eating Yeast
rxrr will bz olad to now txat
TKIT OA* OET TIjrr TABLETS
AT DBUO STOmX.
CAST TO TAEX?*ESTITS
avxox-BiTTza roa tov
So maty paopla an aatlnf y.aat_ aptnacb. j
oraagaa. at,., aad drtaktaf qurta of allk
art day la aaarcb af TUaalaaa that tba ;
rh.wtata ba>a pvrfKtad a tlay ublat coa
talalof a propar doaa af batb watar and tat '
olabla Yltaalaaa la blshly coarautratad ,
form. Tba tablata ara Ban aeoaoialcal. laaa !
botbar, aadai ta taka and aim wlu tba
ItoauA battar. <
Tba maaoa |M|la want Tltavlaaa In baraaaa
Tltaaalnaa Maf Man atnasU. walgkt.
colar. fraaicaa from bo!la. carbaaclaa, pta? *.
ate. Doc ton aay aaoat at m aaad mom
Tltaalaaa tbaa wa fat la a malar awL
tad It (a almply inaalig wbat tbaoa PbaaPbo
Vltaalaa tablata will da for a paraaa la
Ibna ar four waaka' tlma. Tba tablata ara
aada la Aaaaitea'a (raataat laboratory. Taaa
" yaaat au aaad. Tbay gat Tltaalaaa alao
tram bulla of rtca. aad ah tba coacaatratod
alamaata togatbar lata a propar daaa?add
Qlycaro-Pboapbate.. Me., aad yoa sat la a
Oay tablat a aclaatlflcally coiapouadad ublat
tbat doaa amaalng aad Boot aaaaual
tblusa fur Baa aad wuaiu who aaa waak.
tbla. pa la. eaderaourlebeA.
Local drasslata raroaanoad tbla mtrm pov.
arful way to taka Vltaalaaa. aad poa caa
1't a bottla of alzty Pboa-Pbo Tltnalaa tab
lata at tba aaaraat Poapia't Drag Aura I
(Baud H. plua ?C war tax.)?Adr.
run in i
i be rede<
of l^ag :
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POLICE HOLD MAN
IN TRIPLE MURDEK
DOWAGIAC. Mich.. Sept. u.?
Rrithtbe irrwt of WUiiM Kinney
tt Tempi*. Mteh.. late r-t.ntar. lops]
police were hopeful they wore
? eolutloa of the triple nurlar
myetery here Tueeday night when
the MM of Wlllta* Monroe, 44
Mi wife. Mary, 41. end taftiKr,
Neve, were found. their head* crush.*
la with a piked club
October 8th. reduced freight |
rates and increased security H
and speed for household R
(goods, baggage, etc.
Jfroragp (Joinping J
1140 Fifteentk St J
C. A. A spin wall, President.
Elk Grove Bi
;on, D. C.
ATTENTIOH gQRHAN E. Bt
On Sept. 14th and 15tl
ill four newspapers, oon1
amed at all Peoples Drag
Lac Tooth Paste.
In checking the total
alt8 justify our Judgraen'
The total number of oi
a3 foilows - the first j
2418, the third paper 19
I I 1331 F St. N. W. |
J I 41 Without your glasses you can
tee the value it to EXTRAORDINARY
and we only ask you
I to SEE THEM and not to
. form your opinion from such
A" a RIDICULOUSLY LOW
"The Daily Spread oa the Daily Bread ' '
When you think of the countryside,
with* it* green field*
and towering tree* bedecked
rw^ green leave* ? and the
4 well-fed cattle treading the
hillside and munching the
1 gra?* a* they go along ? the
I thought that Elk Grove Butter
^ come* from the*e surroundings
explain* its uniform excellence
itter Is Sold By Grocers Who
Customers the Best Butter
wa?mim?to? o. cSept.
m". ADVjaTI^IHG LlGR.
x, advertlsanent8 were
saining keyea. ooupcma? to
Stores for a 60* tab*
return of the ooupons
t in consistently ui?Ang
oupons received was 8626,
paper 2689, The Washington
77 and the fourth paper 1542.
K0PL2S DiUJG ^TCRSS.