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ADVISES STUDENTS , What Congreu Did Yeiterday. PROCLAIM CHARLES
TO AVOID POLITICS sENATE^ . rr.r.'.'.v HEAD OF MONARCHY
|'rorrrdlM?> of V|tlr^r ^ I rm MM by tbt H?ain
FADnrii i aunc * ? ?"???^ *? ? w.h nNk?i?. 1W U/CCT uiiurinv
JN rUKcJGN LANlto --? ?r;:. Lrawss^LRrs sc In WW I nUNbAKY
????? uf?if trratim wrrf ghra llf rlifcl* 4 alder and TwwinriKl. ???
tu thr e&clmtloai of nil tiiktr President llnrtlliig mrnl to tkp
Senor Yanes Addresses G. ndim rWPi ?b?. i?% mh ??d ??r ' Independent Government
Panama toll* re*.?lutl?* %%hleh I* v ?l??"er. ??f ???V tu l???
U. School of Foreign ?*? ..???i.ard t?e -??- ????' ?? ?? ??r Established, Is Report
atr to be %o|H ?m October l?. T?f ^ r
~ WANT MORE ROOM **?!??*
Noninterference In South Amerl- o^' TA IIAIICr DAI IPC T'" 30-The Hun??r'?n
ran politic. was the adv.ee K.vei. Wl,r du*~?l Ill f|IL|J^t' fIIIII I" 1 diplomatic delegation at Pari* con..
student* of Georgetown University irraik*, the u\ Ml) debate will ki- , Armed tonight the receipt of a niASchool
of Foreien Service, who ex- ? <**? ? ? nntil tkai *?r?*??rr I* a?al?.* ???? sage from West Hungary telltnf of
r-ct to ensaKe commercially In th. X1''i T*'\. ? th, OvsttT Plans to Make Space; ln',eI" nd<'nco ofrfhat territory.
K.uthcrn republic, by Vtnteo Y. .^r (U. jTse 0f the Tfaffic ,W'!t Hun*ary- !t ,s declared, onYane*.
assistant director general of till. ?btev?ru iv **eee?*e*M bs-? ' ' R'ders itself a monarchy under forthe
Pan American Union at formal ea?*e ti b?? Boreail. , mer 10roperor Charles, despite $he
exercises last night in connection "'1 *** 1"* - I 'acl that he is detained at present
with the reSj^mnF of the instltu mm\ ,fc, m ??,, ,Vf ? > r.n?ltl ti of additional quarters ln swlu nana.
ti?n he wilt MM ??* wMMWIWW - t ' < . ??rtment In wliluli , It is feared the proclamation ll
' "To Ih,,.. who mav e.t t. - ,h<r ?? -*?*? "* < *<???. < ?**? ? ? ' ? cent rallied traffli^bureau j paving the way for another coup
dad* It am%?n * M alt.-inpie.l as soon n.< HiJ.1.^ hv fharles
countiies." declared Senor Tare. -I r ....,, ?.t > I ?jr??ford. superintendent T . H1 " , . Jr" Vi.n,=
A j k I't'f 111*11*4 f*piim Hii< vnnntinn dispatch xrom ?ienna state*
any. do ?ot meddle in our r*?? t ? ?* " ***?' ? Ov^er iar.i ' that for,n<''' Premier Frledrlch head,
life: It la mnM by the mawr tv ? ?? <? <? **? ??? *" \ 'j *? [' J * \lT the .ndependence movement. A
as f?'Ti?cn intorft*ren? . wMIe < <NW|p r xW**, , horses now niied i?\ thr ??VBcU of defense has been estahIfcith
wlMW j on Sid. - UllT "wm** ? |mi ^ -? mm <J accord ins to tbe prti 11?He?l and has taken over the adbacks
on you when th?* dit!u-:> ** ?** ??? u?i*rtv*l ?( ??? ^ kh ^ ' " ministration of the West Hungarian
, Km.' lataf** Kt*\ ki?? ntNi >? tnaal >>f -i contriliirti g<?vemment.
kised Will not easilv f> r-.- ?? *?? im ? . J? lx b,e_ b)ocked . j The pr x lamatIon caTTs upon every
I'r.'minent amonc the : v- N''- * ?fc' ? >??>? ->r4e? , j inlr),au ...111 man "to do his duty by klni;. ly
' speaker, of the even.nc were Rep- rw> ? * -? *???? ? ?V r, rowded I?istri.-? !<iod- ?nJ hy country."
; resentative fk-orie M Tnuv* ' ??l tow..a?.? ^ ..?>?? ??i.. , . _' ? ?|t. ,.an h? ?wtl.,,., Friedrich Is quoted a* aaylnB.
North Dakota: \dmlral VV.l!:u-? > '**? ??* ?k* K??? ?'?? , ., ? ,,?Hce h.^'?rt<lu'ur- "Whoever now <lar. to eAter West
I>nson. of the 1'nited States Sh;.ockatt*.
Uat ^ return ssioncr Oyster will Hungary without proper authorizakpfn?r
Board: Prince Pe Bea~,. ***" M* : mh!, Maj t:Wford to secure ! tion wifl ^ ^
ae i*affaln Eb< . <-*T m In fti District Build ! oninnitr/i u; i narnn
(llHjr lakBinioi Federi ,kr ?*x k,n temporary liousins of SHirrI!\Gr WARNED
Synso IVzet. of Peru .report^ k> Ike rimx*n> M.iu rpf\ I? f? \1 A 1AJ f\7 P/1PT
\' ' fThe Rev John R Creeden 5*. J * ^t RNwrrvm Tr.i'V ? cntralization with all * " ZfcZJr lfl J\l 1\ 11\ iVJtxl
resident of Oeoreetown T*niv*?r< ?\ *kr a??| i?(Trre?l. ||<> |*olict*mt n under one head \
Tt" rhe a ldn' Tcloome H, ^ h,n ^ ^ < .cent, for under pr. sent condi-I HDSTuk. Sept. no.-The severe
ti, followed bv i,r Ro\ s m ' ?***? '"x *wa " TOl ,!t ^ - lifTerent signals are glvan to ra,n ;,n?l windatorm which was]
* " ' ^ ; * J .w" dr"^ fr*m ,k?' ,4?h *??* ?r%.rU un- wr^ m parts of th,? city "weeping Kastward from the Great
I3" mp"m thr ,M>"r H|m i infusion becausp of the I^kes today is scheduled to strike |
Pt\. w. tolfman Ne\i!s. s J.. w ao^e mmti nrrr ?o;*t?orir?t a> v?at.r x ,.x ,M . r<i..rs which come from ^ew Rnffland tonight, the Weather
!ar*r?rtintment as acting regent .?f the Kenl and otkerv ?Ki!r %rnalort M??- . . .. .. , ommanders. it was pointed I*ureau reported late today,
institution was announced. < rmlwr . ?*?! IVnr??r .-hnrcr?t ih t j.".t v.ni_ ,l(- jjl#, rank of the Storm warnings were ordered dls- '
~ *? *o?k n fi.n'Ti*an * nml i fffrr.; ,, . ,f ?tll?- bureau from cap- played and shipping scheduled to
Jt ^st fires are preventable. Corre. t nn ron<>iru?-ii\r %wH>?itute pro*I- . , ,rS|..-ctor will follow cen- ,eave port was warned to delay de-j
a^pards Cultivate carefulness ?ion?. The North t ar?tlina ^eaator'? ' iti.<M oyster said parture.
Milk Modified for Infants and Invalids
Upon Physicians' Prescriptions Only /
I of our Removal
to 1114 Connecticut Avenue
Adjoining the *
Chestnut Farms Dairy
CFFECTIVE on and after October First, the
1 Walker-Gordon Laboratory will be located at
1114 Connecticut Avenue, two squares below our
former*location, 1216 Eighteenth Street.
This Removal Entails Several Advantages
Which We A re Sharing Promptly I
With Our Customers
} FOR EXAMPLE: The expense incident to an I
efficient Delivery Service is surprisingly great.
I Through special arrangement made possible by an
adjoining location, Walker-Gordon products will
hereafter be DELIVERED by the extensive delivery
equipment of the Chestnut Farms Dairy.
Walker-Gordon products will remain distinctly
Walker-Gordon products, but through this and similar
arrangements with the Chestnut Farms Dairy, it is
believed sufficient economies can be effected in our
cost of doing business to meet the popular demand j
for lower prices.
Nursery Milk> Table Milk and Cream
Bulgarian Ripened Milk Kephir
I Walker-Gordon Laboratory
I OF WASHINGTON, D. C.
Milk ond Cream Exclusively Produced ' |
at Barnside Farm, fZccleston, Maryland ij
1114 CONNECTICUT AVEN UE
Mr. IV. E. Carey, Manager Telephone Franklin 4320
ilj . Our Milk and Cream is Certified by ?
the Maryland State Board qf Health
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/ spiritualists i
1 1 . I - ???1?AT. OCTOBT* ?. nwjnw? T - , Or, t
The Fir* Spirituals Clmrcb Cwtter of p.yAic Development j? ^ 1 b,k"**
Alfred, H. Twit, Factor. -170* K;lbouf>c Place H..W. " * D**?,rVw *- rtliTlrfi .t, f. u.n, u> .
' Subject W fcictur. " - it L V!W **r * ' "te"
1- "spiritual gifts." /. Spiritual reading daily by ap- jjfiszwjmm. . i, m. a* u a-*.- ? , .
Followed by aplrit ommim. pOintment. ^ ' ThMMfMad loll
"But the manifestation of t?fc Spirit _ UM fttr** * W
StfTeS ' Phone Columbia 6?7. - Africa. Uamrrity CkapeT hi,?'.ti.Ml'flf - ?i"
mrs. jane b, coat?s. m^sachu setts avenue
healing. by the Mmr Spirit; to another Oss BUck Weit ?f Wlieaaata at? - / - , .
the worfcjnc of -ftiiraslsa: to raot^r > Sermon by Rev. Archie W. Davla. PftklAB ICBpIS AsdkoniB
prophecy; to another discerning of Pastor. -4 mm*
splrlta.** lit Cor. 12. 7.8,9.10 Sunday. 10:00 A. M ?Sunday School. 101Z ft* St N.W.
8 p. ib> at Pythian Temple. 1012 0th at. hpiriti'AI irm ^ 11.00 A. M."~I rcachlm . .. __
nw Second floor. All welcome. SPIRIT! AH8M. Music. J p HI.?Lecture by \\ . H.
? . . I Xortawe*. ? P.ckering. of Ne? York <?,.
Rat G. L. Artkas. Sunday *v?- Subject.t
8 "o'clock "in Bocl.tj B.N* 50?"g**"' Violet ?reen, colored. SECULAR LEAGUE "Christ'* Return Solve ,',,^4
N.W. Short lecture, followed by spirit SpiritualisL Medium seances 1101 K Kt. I.W. ProblctBi." .
Tuesday evening, at t o'clock, apodal Sunday and Wednesday even- Sunday. 3 p.lm.. aggress: "Some ^ ***' ^rc^ur' '
meiaaie seance and queatlops answered. m*a at s ?*,.iAv Knit-j? ... Current Matters of Interest." by Pickering.
Private dally Interview, in hi. atudioe ,n*" at 8 ? clOCk SPlrit mc?" John D. Bradley./ Srat* Flit No O/*- '/V
la the hall. sarow. Private readinga daily. Open Forum mcussion. ?
?. The Herald
CHURCH OF OUR FATHER, 13di andi. STREETS N.W. ' 1 g
OR. JOH\ VAX arHAirK. Jr. VsfllirCD oecuon
9:?5?Sinday School, followed by Y. P. JC. V.. Joint mectlnu Baltimore and Washington Union*.
II?Sermon: Hulldln* Spiritual lllE*wa>." The story Of T'rtlverxallum In North Carolina. Com- IS vlTOWlnP
munion service following. * - T>
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A Few Features?
In Tomorrow's HERALD
The Famous Rotogravure Section
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now replete with interesting pages of European Beauties,
"Views of the News," "What the World is Doing,"
an outdoor page of the latest sporting events, entertaining
pictures of local interest, and even the dogs have their
day with a full page of recent bench winners and their
The Magazine Section
Starts off with another picture for puzzle lovers to fit
an appropriate title?with an -additional $100.00 as prizes. ,
Octavus Roy Cohen will amuse you in his "Blue Ribbon"
story, "Less Miserable."
Sir Philip Gibbs
?Says that the Washington conference will he seriously
affected by the grave problems of domestic interest,
which will claim first attention with European statesmen.
The definite announcement that Lloyd George will not
appear in Washington is due to this fact.
Frank II. Simonds'declares that England's dire
straits in regard to a'sufficient food supply and a market
for her.goods counsels her to seek anew an alliance with
the United States, of which she was disappointed in Paris.
Automobiles and Sports
Automobile owners and the sporting public will find
plenty of interesting-reading in these page-, 'flic latest
developments are fully Recorded, and authentic.
v Society, Music, Art
Completely set forth are the activities <?f soc'hl Washington.
A review jtjf lucent; books published, aft and
music are also given in the same section.
And Majiy, Other Features
including up-o-the-minute news of world wide importance
and local interest, the happenings in the Einan'
cial, Realty and Dramatic world, the Bo\s" Sunday
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