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THE WASHINGTON TOIES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, ,191
WILL NOT liOt
Declines' to Aid Movement
Until It Is Placed on ,
The Chamber of Commerce haa fol
lowed the recent action of the Board of
Trade In declining to aaslat or Indorse
th movement for a world's permanent
tjfrosltlon In Washington under the
present conditions of Ita. management
The Chamber will not countenance the
movement, furthermore, until K haa
been placed on a public basis, with a rep
resentative committee of men at Its
head who shall be responsible for tho
expenditure of funds contributed to the
exposition cause. "
This determination waa reached bv the
board of directors of the Chamber at
their meeting last night after some
plain talk about the conduct of the
exposition movement had been Indulged
ln.bv a number of members. K. C. Gra
ham, chairman of a special committee
appointed to Investigate the conduct of
the propaganda, reported that the elabo
rately furnished offices of Charles Free
man Johnson, director of the exposition
movement. In the Southern building, had
been closed, and that more modest quar
ters had been opened In tho Woodward
building. He said he had been unaulo
to secure from Mr. Johnson anv assur
ance that' the movement Is not a pri
IMr. Graham read a long leter written
by Mr. Johnson to D. 8. Porter, division
manager of the. Chesapeake and Poto
mac Telephono Company, which Mr.
Porter had turned over to him. In
which It waa charged that a "Waahlng
ton clique" waa endeavoring to wrest
control' of the exposition movement
D. J. Kaufman, chairman or a special
committee to entertain the delegates to
tha Fifth International Congress of
Chambers of Commerce, who arrive In
Washington Saturday, October 12, for a
three days' visit, reported that arrange
ments for their entertainment are now
about complete. There are 398 repre
sentatives of chambers of congress from
over forty foreign countries In the
Upon motion of Isaac Dans the dl
i ectors voted to give a medal next year
to the captain of the company winning
In the annual High School cadet drills.
. The directors voted to have the Cham
per Join the Chamber of Commerce of
the United States.
An effort was made to renew the
movement to combine the Chamber of
Commerce and the Board 'of Trade.
John Dolph. chairman of the conven
tions committee, declared the thing
could be brought about without diffi
culty and that everyone with whom he
had spoken favored tho merger. No
action followed the augceatlon.
Mr. Dolph, D, J. Kaufman and B. B.
Karnshaw were named a committee to
confer with the membership committee
on methods of Increasing the member
ship of the Chamber.
NEW RECORD SEf
BY ENROLLMENT AT
Nearly Five Hundred Stu--..
dents at- University
Almost tOO students have enrolled In
the.. Catholic University of America In
'the last two daya, and the school au
thorities' believe that with tho addition
of-the late, arrivals who will-too coming
In for several. days, the enrollment will
easily reach the half-thousand mark.
This Is the largest number the univer
sity ever has had.
The science department shows .the
biggest number of students, about 170.
The. divinity school numbers about 100,
and the law school CO, a considerable' In
crease. There are eleven aenlor. law
I Gibbons memorial hall, the new dor
mitory", with 140-rooms. Is. completely
filled with atudenta, as are Albert hall
and the other dormitories.
The .nttn. faculty of last vear. haa
returned, and will be assisted by sev
! eral additions, among the number being
I tho Rev. Dr. Butln. of the Marist So
ciety, formerly with Jefferson College.
In New Orleans. Ho will assist Dr.
Hyvemat In the Hebrew ami Syrlao de
partment. The Rev. Dr. GaBert, professor of ec
cleslaatlcal music, haa been granted a
two months" leave of absence, and will
attend the congress or ecciesiaatlcal mu
sic at Barcolona, Spain, In November.
While In Europe ho will also visit Rome
and confer with the atudenta of ecclesi
astical music. .
The second session of the university's
summer school proved an unqualified
success. It waa attended by 314 sisters,
representing twenty-six orders, thirty
five dioceses, and thirty States. The sum
i mer school faculty numbered twenty-
Overcome by Gas.
In the Emergency Hospital today Mrs.
Edith L. Parker, thirty-two years old.
la recovering from the effects of being
accidentally overcome by Illuminating
gas while asleep at her home. 213 E
street northwest, last evening. Mrs.
Parker was found by her husband,
i Charlea F. Parker, wno called an am-
I bulance and had her taken to the
j Emergency Hospital.
Illinois Voters to Meet.
The Illinois Republican' Association.
, will meet October 11 to proceed with.
plans for sending voters home. A meet
ing was held laat night at the National
Republican Club headquarters. 134"
Pennsylvania avenue, and this question
waa Informally dlacussed. All Illinois
voters are invited to attend the next
BY OWN SECRET
John Mahoney Tells Society
They Are Bunch of
"Tou're a crowd of young spendthrift
and must be checked," the Oldest In
habitant bt the District were told last
ht by John Mahoney, financial sec
retary of the association. HI position
enables him to know and keep close
watch on the financial condition of the
organisation. Some of his audience to
whom he applied the term, "spend
thrift" were, past tha eightieth mile
stone while all of them had long passed
their fiftieth )tar.
Mr. Mahoney waa arguing for the
making of a permanent fund of' the
"irnry paid Into the association tor
life memberahlp. Resolutions had been
adopted providing for a life membership
for all members of the organisation
who would pay 125. The terms of the
resolution exempted "life" members
from the further payment of dues.
Judge Dundy, who was In the chair
temporarily, put the matter of whether
the money received from the life mem
berships should go to making repairs
on the association's home or be made
a permanent fund. The consensus of
the body present seemed against the
permanent fund when Financial Sec
retary Mahoney began his argument
"I know you boys well, especially In
reference to money matters," said the
speaker. "You are like the man who
draw his wages In advance.- You blow
your money all In for 'feeds' and en
tertalnmenta and then you And your,
treasury depleted. You're a crowd of
nun" spendthrift and must be check
ed. This money should be placed where
we could not get at It for 'blowouts.'
A resolution was subsequently car
ried to make the money a permanent
'imd and to take the Interest of the
permanent fund and place It to the gen
eral fund. .
Two new members were elected. Tney
were J. Blake Clark, and William T.
Keenan. Charlea Mades, E. Leslie .Rey
nolds. G. M. Husted and Benjamin F.
McAlwee, were applicants for member
hlp to the association.
Tests of Typewriters
' For U. S. Field Service
An examination for. stenographers
and typewriters for appointment to the
Government field service In Maryland,
North Carolina. Virginia, and West Vir
ginia will be held by the Civil Service
Commission October 19. Those who
paaa will be placed upon an eligible list
Applications must be made before the
night of October IS.
WON GIRL'S HEART
BY TOSSING4 GOALS
Captain of Last Year'.a George
town Basketball Team
A pretty romance culminated last
night In tha wedding of Frank E.
Schlosser, captain of last year's basket
ball team at Georgetown, t o Miss Elolse
Burn, of 2914 'Eleventh street north
west The Rev. John A. McOhee per
formed tha ceremony at the Sacred
Heart rectory. George Gogcln. of
Georgetown. 1911. waa tiat m m-A
Mis Margaretta Cluel waa the '.maid
"Mr. Schlosser graduated from George
Low J",1. y?rTtnd la one of the best
?.,etJm"ly$T ver "en t the unl-
gverslty. Mis Burn is a Washington
Irl, and until recently attended the
onvent of the VUltatlon at Frederick"
Md. Mr. Schlosser met hi bride at
one of the basketball games played by
the Georgetown quint last winter.
Mis Burn quickly became an ardent
Georgetown rooter, ana the love affair
advanced bv leaps and bounds until an
engagement was announced. "
kLr- an.d M.r- Bchlosser will be at
home after October IS at the Carlisle,
Fourteenth etreet.end Columbia road.
Stomach Sour? Got
Tape's Dlapepsln" will make your
disordered stomach feel fine
in five, minutes. Time It!
If what you Just ate Is souring on
your stomach or lies like a lump of
lead, refusing to digest, or you belch
gas and eructate sour, undigested food,
or have a feeling of dlzzinesi. heartburn,
fullness, nausea, bad taste In mouth
and stomach headache this Is Indiges
tion. A full caae of Pape'a Dlapepsln costs
only fifty cent and will thoroughly cure
your out-of-order atomach. and leava
sufficient about the house In case some
one else In the family may suffer from
stomach trouble or Indigestion.
Ask your pharmacist to show you the
formula plainly printed on these fifty
cent cases, then you will understand
why dyspebUo trouble of all kinds must
go, and why they usually relieve sour,
aui-oi-oraer siomacns or indigestion In
I five minutes. Dlapepsln Is harmless and
tastes Ilka rsndv. thftllvti rnnrh ,4a. ...vn-
talns power sufficient to digest and
prepare for assimilation Into the blood
all the food you cat: besides, it makes,
you go to the table with a healthy appe
tite: but what will please you most, is
that you will feel that your stomach
and Intestines are clean and fresh, and
you will not need to resort to laxatives
nr 111 At- nil I a fne Will ....
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Get some now. this minute, and for
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And If you, too, are wfferfcf
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where It Is given a thorough
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insist Upon Seeing
the Score Card of .
Every dairy, in Washington is regularly in
spected and given a rating according to its
cleanliness and methods.
We publish here a facsimile of the last rating
we received. You will notice that although the
inspection was made during "washing-up time,"
when the dairy is naturally at its worst, we were
given 99.68. This is the lowest score we have
received for some time, although 100 is the high
A score sheet is furnished to each dairy
ask your dairyman to show you his. There is
no reason why he should not, unless he is
ashamed of jt, an you have not only the right
to know what sort of a dairy you are getting
your rqilk from, but it is your plain duty to find
Remember that dirt is the greatest ally of
disease and that even pasteurizing is useless if
the pasteurized milk js allowed to become con
taminated before it reaches you.
Sanitary Dairy -
Geo. M. Oyster, Jr.,
1116 Connecticut Ave.
Heart to Heart
BV THE gDrrOROF THS CAVAUIK
SUKBLT THE CAVALIER na hay this awnmer, and new we
anaoeot to catber a banner crop. From far and near, from
. . cites, by land and sea, ws are now receiving advance
Brforssanstief a great harvest Evsry mall srings us new subserip
tUsa,sw Mends and splendid applautV
in mm wan om year THE CAVALIER, the first all-fiction
ily U be printed fa any language, has Jamped Into the front
"Give the people what the people want, and rive it to them at a
That Is the slogan under which THE CAVALIER has been put
W have mad our raadar an w hav hald them, an4 w shall
saak more anS hold thsm, ana, by tb btglnnlnr'of tha rsar. ws will
hav a battsrjr of prsssts hurling- OAVAL4EUIS from our pra room
out ovr tho broaS land.
THK CAVALUR ha ban run not by a single, narrow-mlnaod
editor, but by OAVAUEIl radr thamsalva. Tour opinion hav
boon' islloltsd. and, thank haavan, th communications that hav oora
to this dsk hav bssn frank and
,honat In avary ssnsa of th word.
ana oscaus ox mam ins magasin
Is bsttar In svsry rsspaot.
Whn THE CAVALIER was flrat
Inaugurated we 'ran six or Sevan
serials, sometimes sight. In a
number. Tha subscribers and
readers of tha magaatn told ua
vary plainly that w war run
ning too many serial, that th
Instalmenta war too short, and
that Instead of slvtnr them
great variety w were simply
offering great oonfuston. Well,
It did not take ua long to
change thU order of thing.
Th response In th shape
or su ascriptions and ap
plause was Instantaneous.
Th demand for longer In
stalmenta and fewer serlala
had th weight of a doc
trine, and we aooaptod It
Thers war oertaln kind
of itorlaa that war unl-.
"How do you Ilk the
particular thlngsr I aaktdy
"W don't Ilk them at
all," waa th rplr.
"Yery wlL ycu have
seen th hurt of Uesa."
And a, wtth help of our readers, w hav finally gotUn THE
CAVALIER about where It pleases the' majority of them, and now you
can look forward to th greatest harvaat of rood story wrltlnw ui
feast of ftoUon that has vr been known.
In this la'au (October I) you shall hare another atory In the Bm4
Dual sari, entitled
tain colored ga'man, whe haa pur
chased th lot next to his. Is oalmly
building a rather lavish domlolla
upon It. Th rloh whit trash pro
ceeds to throw a series or fit that
makes pllepay look Ilk paralysis.
Immediately ho resorts to th dol
lar, and. In turn, th sen of Ham
makes what h. .nntAA i.
j mov. Th climax of this etorr will
uui. you lorgai in tax collaotor,
your motbor-ln-law, and tha last
witticism of your neighbor fa
The Purple Light
y J. U. G1ESY and J. B. SMITH
That Qleay and Smith are popular
with tha reader of THE CAVA
LIER thee 1 no longer any doubt,
and tha announcement of thla
week' story will exhilarate tha
Like all f th Semi Dual atori,
"THE PUItFLB LIGHT" 1 a my
tery a mystery that surrounds th
death of a Mrs. Orsenlg, a woman
of mean, who resided In a fashion
M matrosalltaa apartment. Hor
X body- waa found uador unuauai oir-
atitaatano. A vela Baa ma urs
pen In her left foroarm, presum
ably with hac own penknife, which
waa found near at hand. Hewewr,
suspicion, which Is th backbone of
moat good mystorles, falls upon a
trained nurss, because the deceassd
had recently disinherited a spend
thrift nephew and named this par
ticular nurse a a lagatee. Inci
dentally, suspicion fall upon tho
nsphaw, and thla suspicion 1 ac
centuated by tha fact that a latoh
key to hi aunt' apartment I
found la hi possession. Further
mar tha aunt contemplated a third
will reinstating tha nephew.
Tou will gather from thla that
Messrs. Oleay and Smith bare braid
ed a plot together that only Semi
Dual himself can unravel. He auc
ceede In a moat magnificent manner.
In three Instalments, In setting tb
truth, the whole truth, and nothing
but tha truth before you.
And now wo will proceed to th
next big featura a novalott entitled
Galatea the Second
By FRID JACKSON
EVERT reader of THE OAVA
LIER know that Eleanor If.
nf?.?J,-a ?fu wrlUr. Having
eatabllahed this faat. I eaU your at
tention to "LADT IMPOSSIBLE.- a
vary charming story about a eon
vantlonal male artotoorat and a
poor little air! who U frlchtfully
rich and who drse In th v?at
deplorable taata. The scene li
fashionable hotL wher th other
guet snub the pathetlo little weat
ern girl until she Is about dla
traetad. Than the man comes to
th rescue. Jut how you must
read and learn.
Do not make tha mistake of snub
bing slothes. Ther might be aome
thing in then after all!
ALLEH UFDEORAXF. author of
"THE WHITE LTOUT LIAR,"
which appeared In thalaau of Au
gust IL contributes a short storr
under th title of "THAT MBLODV
In thl particular inatane the
meledr waa hvnnntt,. vaahi.
I IrrMivtIbU. Nobody could M04P
th oharm of 1U mtllovr chord. It
WU the. Iftntt an ...l.i..
..., """ aiev4SSM,
power far-reaehhag. When some of
' Tiaiime cam out or Its thrall,
certain remark wr made that I
do not care to ran. at Tr xrw n.ii
sraff wants to record those clroum-
'. inai i ni nuslnes. A
true artist Ilk Updegratt can do al
most anything he want with th
English language and get away
with It. But I hav my limitations,
and I stand appalled In tho pree
onoe of thl dramatlo altMtUn, It's
up t Allan.
Those of you who hav not for
gotten your classics will reoall the
story of the sculptor Pygmalion,
who fashioned a beautiful atatue,
fell In love with hla own handi
work, and, through tha depth of
that love, gave her life. Many a
marble heart haa bean aasaulted
nowadaya with the aame Intention,
but not with tha same results.
Fred Jackson, In his story, haa
Improved upon th ancient Oalatea
and practically set Pygmalion back
i couple of centuries.
When It cornea to a really high
class sympathstlo love atory, the
old-tlmera have got nothing on
tlT?AIRER than love of a woman."
C ii there a college man In
the world who doea not know
whence cometh that Una? You do
not have to be an alumnua of Tale
to know Its origin. Brevard M.
Connor haa made It the central Idea
of a football yarn. .
In this story a man who has
never had a chance for his "T" gets
It lti the final game. How he con
ducts himself when the opportunity
comes makes a vivid and thrilling
picture. Connor, himself a Yale
man and a regular contributor to
THE CAVALIER, haa turned out no
better story than thla.
tOHN D. SWAIN la home again
J with a atory entitled "LAYING A
A certain rich man. living in an
exclusive neighborhood, awakes one
morning and discovers that a cer-
FRANK CONDON will be foand at
his best In "THE ORAND
(STREET) PASSION." I do not dare
even hint what It la about, exoopt
that an Eaat Side girl spotted a
swell cloak In a Grand Street shew
window which her very aoul craved.
Therefore, she went In and bought
It. Tb clerk happened to be a
sweetheart of her. What ah paid
for It Is one thing, and what tha
clcak was worth Is another., Any
how, somebody discovered that the
cloak was worth a nice bunch of
money and went out and hocked It,
after which an effort waa made to
buy another one Just Ilka it. and
Well, go and see the newsdealer
and .find out what happened. It Is
worth 19 cents of anybody's money
to have a look-in on thl finish. It's
READ "LEARNING FROM LIZ
ZID." by Johnston McCulley,
('It Is a love story, pure and simple,
dividing Ua tragedy and Ita Joy and
I Its pathos. It Is a story for people
. who work with their hands, think
with their brains and feel with
1 their hearte. I defy anybody to
I boat that combination In an effort
to awaaon numan Interest.
THERE are other short stories In
this same Issue, but the few I
have touched upon are sufficient for
The Issue for October i Is a splen
did number, rich In plot, power
The CAVALIER for Saturday, October 5
is NOW on Sale at Your Dealer's News-stand
10 Cents a Copy
Or will be Sent by the Publisher on Receipt of Price
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