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TIIE WASHINGTON TIMES; FRIDAY; JUNE 6,' 1919.
iN GONZAGA DRILL
Piedmont Peanut Oil
ossespcs iood values of mucli
benefit to cnildren and convalescents.
It is so nutritious, palatable and
easily digested tkat it can be freely
taken without tke slightest danger of
upsetting tne mostdlicate stomacn.
Ask for PIEDMONT
The food oil with
the nut flavor
James A. Duffy, of Company A,
Gonzaga High School cadets. was
awarded first honors in the annual in
dividual competitive drill, held an
nually at Gonzaga College, at S:15
o'clock last night.
Laivrence Downey, an alumnus of
.the college, gave two barytone solos:
Vincent Downey, cornet solo; Miss
Estelle Murray, soprano solo; the
Misses Kelliv and Mabel Ernst, melo
phone duct, and Leonard Wilson,
clarinet solo. A musical .program
was given by the Gonzaga College
Band, conducted by Prof. A. Samuels.
The Rev. Paul It. Conniff, president
of the college, presented-a gold medal
to the winning cadet. Others who
contested for the medal were Robert
Bacon, Leo Costello, Clarence Dono-
ghue, Leslie Duffy, Allen Evans, Leo
Fitzgerald, Francis Foley, Vernon
Graves, Plowden Hickey. Reeves Hil
ton, George Lehman, Edward McCar
thy, Laurence McCarthy, Lawrence
Mills, David Muiquin, Maurice O'Con
nor, Herbert Walsh, Bart . Walshe,
Hugh Welsh, Joseph Wintermyer.
Tho annual competitive company
drill of the Gonzaga cadets will take
place this afternoon.
TO D. C. CHIEFS
5UKFS URGE SPECIAL SESSION.
Requests for special sessions of
State Legislatures for ratification of
tho woman suffrage amendment pass
ed by the Senate Wednesday are go
ing out to governors today from
headquarters of the National Wom
an's Party here.
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Oh, no! the ball-parks don't hold all the fans nowadays!
Here we see an Orlando fan a rooting, walking delegate
for the Grand Order of the goody smoke. He is giving you
the O Hand Sign "O, hand me an Orlando when it comes
He just can't help rooting for Orlando. " When you join up,'
you'll understand why he's so enthusiastic and you, too, will
become a Royal Rooter.
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(xSe Sign of a Good Cigar
Is it the mildness? Is it
the mellowness? Is it the rich
bouquet? that makes Orlando
' such a delightful smoke?
j Those are questions no one
tries to answer. Every member
of that great mystic brother
hood, the Order of Orlando,
says that nature holds the
secret of the real charm of
this cigar. But don't let this
satisfy you join the Order of
Orlando and draw your own
Invincible Size, 2 for 27c Box of 25, $3.25-50, $6.50
Orlando comes in ten sizes 10c to 15c. Little Orlando 6c."
Ten sizes enable us to use a fine grade of tobacco without
waste the secret of high quality at low prices.
Orlando is sold only in United Cigar Stores "Thank you!'9
UNITED CIGAR STORES
MAJ. DANIEL J. DONOVAN,
Who today was reinstated as Sec
retary to the Board of Dis
AS D. C. SECRETARY
After a year and a hairs absence,
during: which time he was 'in the
military service, Major Daniel J.
Donovan today was reinstated at the
District building as secretary to .the
"When the District was called up to
register its men for the draft Major
DonoVan wos appointed adjutant gen
eral of the District, and, consequently
was unable to retain his position as
secretary to tho District Commission
ers. Dr. C. Willard Camaller theh suc
ceeded Major Donovan as secretary
to tho Commissioners. Yesterday Dr.
Camalier was appointed chief clerk
of the Public Utilities Commission.
Dr. Camalier's record as secretary has
von him high praise by the Commis
sion. It was only several days ago that
Major Donovan was released from
Btovost Marshal Crowder's office,
where he had been doing selective
service work. Major Donovan pre
viously served two years as secretary
to tho Board of Commissioners.
1 0 YEARS N PR SON
Henry Jordan, colored a "gun
toter," has been sentenced lo ten
years In .the penitentiary by Chief
Justice McCoy, presiding in Criminal
Court, No. 2, the court imposing the
maximum penalty and declaring that
he would do everything in his power
to break up the practice of carrying
deadly weapons. Jordan was charged
with shooting at another negro re
cently at Fourth and K streets north
west. Chief Justice McCoy, in " referring
to the case, said: "In some States a
life sentence is imposed for crimes of
a like character. It is too bad the
same law does not apply here. As It
stands, I can only give the convicted
man the maximum penalty of ten
years. I wish to state for the benefit
of all brought before me convicted
of offenses of like character that they
can expect no mercy at my hands, as
I am determined to put an end. so far
as it lies in my power, to this per
nicious habit of packing guns and
committing assaults on the slightest
Assistant District Attorney Paul B.
Cromelin conducted the prosecution.
Mayor Halloran Takes Steps
Toward Formation of Waste
HTATTSVILiLE. Md.. June 6
Mayor Matthew F. Halloran will
soon call" a meeting to take .steps
looking to the formation here of a
waste reclamation council. The
counciT will work under direction of !
the United States Department of La
bor. Old metal, paper, etc, will be
gathered from the homes and strect.s
Hyattsville this week is "all dress
ed up" in honor of its returning war
A special meeting of the council
has been called for .Monday night,
when the system of taxation for the
ensuing year will be determined
The initiatory degree was conferred
upon three candidates by Oriole
Lodge, Odd Fellows, of this place last
SEC. BAKER SAYS HE CANT
FIND REPORTS OF ARGONNE
Secretary Baker wrote Governor
Allen of Kansas yesterday that he
had ben unable to find in the War
Department files th official report
ieferred to by the governor as sup
porting charges that tho Thirty-fifth
(Missouri and Kansas) division had
suffered unnecessary losses in the
Argonne battle, due largely to ineffi
cient leadership. Mr. Baker said it
was entirely possible that the report
was in the records of the army corps
with which the Thirty-fifth was op
erating and that as soon as these
were transferred to "Washington fur
ther search would be made.
Mr. Baker characterized as "a rath
er large assertion" Governor Allen's
statement that the inefficient leader
ship of the Thirty-fifth division
"seems to belong to that highly or- j
ganlzed inefficiency whir-h haructei-,
feed every department of armv urtlv. I
AND Oil LANDS
Permanent Goyernment ownership
of Government qoal and oil lands Is
the policy for "which Senator Reed
Smoot, chairman of the Senate Com
mittee on Public Lands, is working
for today. Previous Congresses have
drawn oil and coal laws which pro
vide for part purch-ase of the lands
from the Government by prospectors.
"We must have either leasing or
ownership," said Senator Smoot to
day, "and I have introduced a bill
which provides- only for the leasing
of these lands from the Government."
Under the provisions of Senator
Smoot's bill, which is now before the
Senate Committee on Public Lands,
it will be impossible for largo coal
and oil interests to ever secure own
ership of any of the Government
Benefits for the States in which the
ccal and oil lands are located are
also provided in Senator Smoot's bill,
which is far different from similar
bilis which have- been before Con
gress during tho last two years. Un
der the prdvisions of Senator Smoot's
bill 50 per cent of all money received
from sales, royalties and rentals of
Government coal and oil lands, except
those in Alaska, shall bo paid to the
several States in which the lands are
located. The bill provides that this
money shall be used by the States for
construction and maintenance of pub
lic roads and for the support of
schools and educational Institutions.
BEER BAN TO STAY.
Congress will not lift the ban on
light wines and beer, Senator Wesley
L. Jones of Washington assured tho
Anti-Saloon League of America in
annual convention yesterday.
Among other speakers were former
Representative Richmond Pearson
Hobson, Representative Fess of Ohio;
Dr. Robert Hercord, secretary of the
International Temperance Bureau,
Laussane, Switzerland; W. J. Allison,
secretary of the Scottish Temperance
Association, and tho Rev. Henry Car
ter, member of the central liquor
traffic control board of Great Britain.
Save first; ipend nfterwnrd Bay
W. 5. S.
V Hrl HIS
Is made with
tho whole egg
not as the old
way with the
Best oil vin-
ftgar and mus
We try how
good .we can
make it, not
Sold by all
Made Only By the
Broadway- Delicatessen Co,
714 K St. W. W.
A Woman's Ckafyn!
A Man's Magnetism!
Depends on Good
No matter how beautiful your complexion, no matter
how perfect your figure, no matter how attractive other
wise you mav be, BAD TEETH WILL DESTROY THE
GOOD IMPRESSION you malce in society, in the home,
in your business.
We cannot tell you this truth too 'Strongly. You
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LOW PRICES ' :
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Set of Teeth. . . .$5.00 op
iGoldF31m$s 75c p
Silver FIHinga 50c op
Gold Crowas, per foots,
$3, $4, $5 Up
DR. SMITH, DENTISTS, Inc.
, S. W. Comer 7th and E Streets N. W. l
(Over Kresges) Enfeance 434 7th St N. W.
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6POlTMTrhrfcATXCnd,COnt;iin a KSher food " & thrathe
CUMBINED VALUE otj.6 ounces of chicken plus 16 ounces of shadplus
io ounces of tomatoes. Compare the costs and consider the economy.
the 'High Food Value of :'xl'
Cr&am of Ice Creams
It is a strengthening, energy Saucing food, while cooling and refreshing, and
caji be enjoyed by the old and the young,- the invalid and the robust alike. '
It is of the the "Velvet Kind" strictly that we speak not of ice cream in geieral but "The Velvet Kmd;"
into which we put the high quality and the liberal quantity of pure, wholesome cream, cane sugar, fnats, and
natural flavorings, making it your favorite refreshment and dessert
Of "TTie Velvet Kind" Ice Cream in comparison with such foods as Meat, Vegetables, Fish,' Fruit and Fowl,
we emphasize the high food value as set forth in the following table of
COMPARATIVE FOOD VALUES
.., Basing- the food value upon energy producing properties, the actual comparison of one pound (16 ounce;) of
'The Velvet Kind with other foods of daily consumption is as follows:
16 Ounces by ireljcht Calories
"THE VELVET KIND" Ice Cream 855
Lean Loin of Veal 4S0
Lean Breast of Veal 53S
Les of Lamb (free from fat).... 585
Chicken (broiler) 235
Black Basa 205
10 Ounces by weight Calories
Mackerel , . . 356
Chicken Eggs 635
Clams (shucked) 332
Oysters . .... 2-2.2
Beef Lean Round Steak 670
Shoulders or Clod . 477
Boiled Oatmeal 285
18 Onnees by Treisht
Boiled, Rice ..'. '. 535
Bananas .' 360
Asparagus ........ ....'........ 101
uC"X3 .. ......................... XwT
Cabbage ... 121
Potatoes (raw, fresh) 302
A COMPARISON OF THE COST OF "THE VELVET KIND" with the current market prices of the food-;
enumerated here will prove it to be one of the MOST ECONOMICAL oossible to orocure. and nni wWk ;
I FAR HIGHER IN FOOD VALUE in many instances than articles costing more than double its price by pound weight.
From a study of the above it is quickly apparent that
as a .FOOD, "The Velvet Kind" Ice Cream ranks high in
strength producing value, all the while affording a cooling,
refreshing relief from summer's heat quite unlike other
foods which heat the body uncomfortably.
The high food value of this excellent product is further
increased by the scientific method of its making,, whereby
it is so thoroughly homogenized when mixing, and churned
when freezing, as to transform it into a perfect emulsion,
easily digested by even the smallest child or weakest
Onr Inflexible principle of parity Im one of the most Jealonsly guarded features of the production of The Velvet
Kind," every scientific nnd mecbnnlcal safeguard bcincr vleilantly employed to protect njcalnst imparities or contamina
tion, ereeplnjc into tbe product at any stnee of its manufacture or delivery. This Insures you not tnly the best of lee
cream, bat tbe PUREST and SAFEST ice cream obtainable.
"The Velvet Kind" Ice Cream is the ideal food and Home Dessert for summertime, economical in cost, thoroughly en
joyable always, has no wastefulfcaturcs and affords a cooling relief from the rigors of a torrid day.
t . -Whether
for your refreshing drink at the fountain or for your home reqniremenU,
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Cream of Ice Creams.
Made in the largest, most scientific and sanitary ice cream plant in the world by
Chapin-Sacks Mfg. Co.
:a 1 $
M and First Sts. fi E.
ity over there." I