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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919.
75 DIPLOMAS GIVEN
Sevente-flve gTadn&tes of Iunbar
High School received diplomas at
commencement exercises in the audi
torium of the school last nlsht.
Kenneth Lewis, who -was killed in
Prance and awarded the Croix de
Guerre posthumously, is included on
the list of graduates.
Senator David I- "Walsh of Massa
chusetts delivered the commencement
address. The Hev. A. C Gerner pro
nounced the invocation, while J.
Hayden Johnson, of the Board of
Education, presented the diplomas.
Following- is a list of the gradu
Academic department, intensive
course Annette Elizabeth Boyd, Al
thea Hope Chapman, Valeria Celes
tine Cohran, Lida Consuelo Colen,
Zyllah Mae Davidson. Gladys DeWitt
Duncan. Evelyn Alice Gant, Milda
May Green, Eugenia Inez Jackson,
Pamelia Beatrice Jackson, Beatrice
Lee Johnson, Juanita Mae Henry
Shaw, Marguerite Legora 'Wood. Win
ston Abraham Jefferson "Wood, Fltz-
hugh Lee Reid. Edward Ulysses Tay
lor, and Harry Bryant Thornton.
Academic department Alice La
Rhetta Amos, Lillian Zelda Bannaker,
Lillian Beatrice Barlow. Clotilda
Augusta Barnett, Lucretia Cagolyn
Blackstone, Inctta Banks, Bessie Min
nie Blackwell, Virginia Butler, Cor
delia Eloise Bcason. Essie Leola
Brooks, Rosa Lena Chase. Wilhelmina
Inez Cohran. Garne'tta Cones, Gladys
Elizabeth Duncan, Portia Marea Fer
guson, Nana Beatrice Foulke, Katy
Esther Gee, Evelyn Idelle Graham,
Annabelle Matilda Green, Marie Inez
.Hackett. Thelma Davis Hamilton,
Sara Josephine Harris, Erma Augusta
Jones, Charlotte Roslyne Knight,
Alice Penn Lewis. Ruth Naomi Lot
ties, Amy Lucille Mahoney, Geraldyne
Marshall, Elfred Winfree Mitchell.
Josephine Lee Nails, Pauline E. Park
er. Ethel Hayes Preston, lola Chris
tine Richards. Mary Betrice Rdbin
son, Marguerite Rholena Robinson.
Netlene Dolores Ross. Bessie Lavinia
Sayles, Linnie Ruth Smith. . Mar
guerite Edgesipn Stewart, Clara Wal
den Sergeant. Lillian Edythe Tanner,
Grace Eugene Thomas. Gladys Hilda
Thomas, Mabel Otelia Truss. Frances
Bernice Turner, Lillian Trhestine
Turner, Edna Alberta Varnarkey,
Edna Madelene Wet, Pauline Marie
West. Ruth Alice Bell Whitfield,
r .. nrmieAn Ttith Lcnson Yancy,
Elinor Elizabeth Riley, Alice Adelle
Woodford. Alice Magaeiene tvoououu,
and Gladys Aneyse Wilkinson.
30 B IN
In the Sunday Evening
Times Magazine Section
THE Other Man
A beautiful full page Christy drawing of merit.
One of the series of drawings by famous painters
RELATION of Volcanoes
The Weather Bureau acquires new knowledge
about volcanoes. By a continued series of vol
canic outbursts, it is shown that the earth's climate
is radically changed from hot weather to cold.
An interesting account of past volcanic eruptions
and their effect on climatic conditions. Be sure
and read this full page.
A Modern Juliet
Contrary to the usual custom of the old
fashion Romeo and Juliet elopements, Miss
Drexel, heiress to her father's fortune, startles
society by her elopement with Captain Barrett
And thereupon we have the first woman elope
ment an unqualified success. A full page of great
interest to women and others.
WHAT Will Mother
Young Mrs. Stanley Rinehart, the wife of
Lieutenant Stanley Rinehart, jr., the son of Amer
ica's most famous woman fictionist, is constantly
haunted with the fear that her mamma-in-law will
some day make her the heroine in one of her
novels and she isn't sure whether she will be re
vealed as the daughter-in-law Mother Rinehart
likes or not
APPALLED at Disclosures
About the death of pretty Billie Carleton. The
dissipations of London society in the Chinatown
district stirs all England. Another startling two
page installment of the account and queries asked
concerning ' the death of Billie Carleton on the
night of the victory balL
EVENING Gowns and
There is a tendency to turn from the oriental
to the Greek for summer wear. The woman
seeking guidance for the proper dress will find
much to arouse her admiration on Lady Duff
Tjrordon's page of all that is new in the fashion
RE Men Better Dressers?
Professor Shaw, of New York University, ex
plains this. Woman's dress while more impres
sive is without meaning and purpose.' Man's
dress is tasteful, revealing good sense and per
mitting duties as a practical actor in the world.
This is an interesting article and one that will
gain many readers. You may agree with Dr.
Shaw or not but read his article anyway. It's
HE Lady of Mystery
A generous two page installment of the fas
cinating story of Kathryn Burt's master story,
The Red Lady. This is a story of love, mystery,
and hidden treasure that has won nation-wide
HEALTH, Beauty and the
A page of interest to all, possessing generous
suggestions for household efficiency, also health
and beauty improvement
AH in the big four-color magazine section of the
Sunday Boning Cimes
3 At Your Newsdealer's or
C Delivered to Your Home OC
Graduation exercises of the- fonr
year class of Business High School
were held last night.
Thirty graduates received their di
plomas. They are:
Blanche Fairfax Acher. Olive
Grace Allwine, Charlotte Alice Bleff
ler, Marie Elizabeth Cox, Emily Flor
ence De Atley, Frank Henry Baxter,
Jonathan Hammond Brewer, Ralph
Henry Chase, Joseph Bradley Col
burn, Lome Campbell Comley, Ed
ward Loyola Cotter, Joel Leroy
Deuterman, Henry Clay Espey, Earl
Vincent Higgins, Edith Louise Met
calf, Ruth Rosenfeld, Marian Soko
love, Marion Elizabeth Towles, Le
nora Weinberg, Sarah Sonia Yosgour,
Jerome Goodman Kaufman, Leroy
Schumann Mann, William George
Meiman, Bernard Notes, Edward
Reinmuth, Jr.. Milton Schafer, Elmer
Russell Shade, Pred Schneideer, John
Barke Welch. David Reed White.
Dr. John Van Schaick, jr., presided
during the graduation exercises. The
Rev. J. J. Mulr, D. D., pronounced the
invocation. Congressman Augustine
Lonergan delivered the commence
ment address. Scholarship awards
were made by Allan Davis, principal
of Business High School, while Com
missioner Louis Brownlow conferred
HEARTS OF THREE
By JACK LONDON.
The Desperate Peon Makes His Es
cape From Barbed Wire Enclosure
Where He Is Imprisoned
Puss in Boots
By David Cory.
BT and by the robbers went to
bed," but first they tied Puss
with a stout cord to a ring in
the wall. Of course! he couldn't
get away, neither could he sleep.
Toward midnight the twinkle
twinkle star looked through the
window-pane. It seemed to say to
him, in a strange sort of twinkle
"Though you think I'm but a star
Up above the world so far,
With my little golden eye.
Looking down from out thesky,
I can see so many things,
Fleet of foot and swift of wings.
Some one comes to bring you aid.
Listen, and be not afraid."
Just then the pretty girl stole
into the room. She whispered to
Puss to keep quiet. Then untying
the rope she opened the door, oh, so
softly. "Make haste, for any mo
ment by brothers may awake," she
"Thank you, thank you," said
Puss, and softly tiptoed away.
When he glanced back, he saw her
still standing in the doorway with
the light of the little star upon her
By and by the stars disappeared
from the sky, and the moon went
to sleep In a cloud and the yellow
sun came up the eastern hills. Old
Dame Trot came along with a
basket of eggs for market and the
Man in the Moon came hurrying
back from Norwich. If It hadn't
been for a stray moonbeam he never
would have got back to the Moon.
Puss Junior heard Little Boy Blue
blowing his horn, ad the song of
the cock in the early morn, and the
soft, sweet twitter of Jenny Wren
and the cheery calls of the work
ingmen. "Heigh-ho r cried Tuss Junior. "I
am ready for breakfast, but where
shall I find It?"
"I'll give you some of mine,"
cried Little Jack Horner, and he
broke off a piece of his hristmas
pie and handed it to Puss. "We
were all up so early this morning
that mother didn't have time to get
our regular breakfast, so I'm eating
pie. You see. father had to go to
town with a load of apples and he
went early so as to' get home before
"How I. wish I had a glass of
milk!" sighed Puss.
"Oh, that's easy," said Little Jack
Horner. "Come to the dairy with
me," and Puss did.
And next time you shall hear
what happened after that.
(Copyright, 1919, David Cory.)
To Be Continued.
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W4a H. opcr. PrealdesA
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(gywprii ol Preceding Chapter.)
Francis Morgan, descendant of Sir
Henry Morgan, historic buccaneer, de
cldts to pass up activities of .city life for
a -while and plans a Ashing trip. To
Thomas Regan, stock operator, comes
Alvaraz Torres, a South American, who
announces he has a tip on the location of
treasure buried by Morgan in ths old
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Young Morgan sails for South Amer
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landing he encounters a strange young
womin who appears to mistake him tor
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natives and seeks safety aboard his ves
sel, the Angellque.
Francis learns he and Hry. the myi
tsricus islander, are both descendants of
Francis discovers his resemblance to
Henry was responsible for his peculiar
greeting upon first landing on South
American territory. Francis encountrrs
Torres again. Francis 1 saved ft"?1"
death on galiows and Henry is arrested
in his place. Leoncla finds her fancy
has strayed from Henry to F.rancls.
The two plot to save Henry.
Francis. Geonlea and Henry elUde
their enemies and go aboard Franels
vessel. Tho Angellque is pursued down
the coast. Francis and his party decide
to go ashore to elude their pursuers.
But his day of tribulation had
only beg-un.. Scarcely had he be
trayed the Solanos the second time,
and still on his knees, when the
haclendado, with the posse of neigh
boring haciendados and overseers
he had called to his help, burst
upon the scene astride sweating:
"My peon, senors, announced the
haclendado. Itching: to be at him.
"You maltreat him.-
"And why not?" demanded tho
"Because he is- mine to mattrsat,
and I wish to do it myself."
The peon crawled and squtrmo-1
to the Jefe's feet and begged A:d
entreated not to be given up. But
he begged for mercy 'Where there
was no mercy.
"Certainly, Senor," the Jefe said
to the haclendado. "We give him
back to you. "We must uphold the
law, and he is your property. Be
sides, we have no further use for
him. Tet he is a most excellent
peon, senor. He has done what no
peon has ever done in the history
of Panama. He has told the truth
twice in one day."
His hands tied together in front
of him and hitched .by a rope to
the horn of the overseer's saddle,
the peon was towed away on the
back-track, with a certain appre
hension that the worst of his beat
ings for that day was very immi
nent Nor was he mistaken Back
at the plantation he was tied like
an animal to a post of a barbed
wire fence while his owner and the
friends of his owner who had helped
in the captuae 'went into the ha
cienda to take their 12 o'clock
After that, he knew what he was
to receive. But the barbed wire of
the fence, and the lame mare in
the paddock behind it. built an
idea in the desperate mind of the
peon. Though the sharp barbs of
the wire again and again cut his
wrist, he quickly sawed through
his bonds, free save for the law,
crawled under the fence, led the
lame mare through the gate,
mounted 'her barebacked, and, -with
naked heels tattoing her ribs, gal
loped her away toward the safety
of the Cordilleras.
In the meantime, the Solanos
were being overworked, and Henry
teased Francis with:
"Here in the Jungle is where dol
lars are worthless. They can buy
neither fresh horses, nor can they
repair those two spineless crea
tures which must likewise be af
flicted with the murrain that car
ried off the rest of the haciendado's
"I've never been In a place yet
where money wouldn't work,"
Leoncla clapped her hands.
"Just the same. I have an Idea
I can make dollars work In the
jungle, and I am going to try it
right now," Francis continued, at
the same time untying the coin
sack from Leoncia's pommel "You
go ahead and ride on."
(TO BE CONTINUED MONDAY.)
Thl Afternoon, 2iSO to 5:30
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When a Girl Marries
A STORY OF EARLY WEDDED LIFE
By Anne Lisle.
(Copyright, 1919, by King Features Syn
OU'VE found her!" mur
mured Terry in a voice
that crumpled a little
around the edges.
But the crumpled voice righted
itself into a clear, quiet tone that
clamped the lid down on the boy
ish shout Terry probably wanted to
"Come on let's go to her. She's
all right, you say? Great! Won
derful! You found her, little sister
Anne. I knew I could count on
you. Where Is she? Why did she
run away? Does she want to see
me? She's all right, you say."
"Where'd you blow from. Terry,
old son?" broke in Jim's voice. Jov
ially; for Jim never gets so deeply
absorbed in himself that he can
not respond to the sheer, big, fine
loveableness of Terry Winston.
"A late train from Washington,"
replied Terry. "When I couldn't
find you. I tried the Sturges girl and
Tony and Vee. But this seemed
everyone's night out. So on the
off chance that you'd blow in for a
bit of sleep. I camped down here.
May I come up and hear about
"Up you go. lad," said Jim with
the warm, sweet smile that wins
him the love other men "have to
Terry fidgeted his way Into the
elevator and across our living room.
I kept thinking what a lot of good
it would do him to throw up his
cap with a wild hurrah or two,
for no tea kettle woi'Jd be expected
to stay serene with Its spout cork
ed up. Still Terry managed, some
how, without letting, off steam.
"Tell me," he said. In a voice so
low and tense that I only knew
what he said because I knew he'd
He Rendu the Note.
I gave him Betty's note. His
eyes galloped over it then slowed
down and .reread it.
"You might tell me," said Jim
with sudden interest as he lighted a
cigarette and offered Terry the same
Terry shook his head, looked at
me for permission and read Betty's
note aloud. Then he tucked it Into
his blouse. I could have hugged
him for the quiet way he took pos
sion of iL
"Now the rest of the story,
please, little sister." he said, quietly.
So I explained to him how Vir
ginia had sent for Anthony Norreys,
and how ho had stimulated my
memory by questioning Virginia
about whero she first met Betty.
Then I told of my recollection
of my own first meeting with Betty
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LI LA LEE
A DAUGHTER OF THE WOI,F
at our honeymoon Inn, of Miss Moss,
and how through her we had traced
Betty to Greyfriars Hall.
As I began to speak. I turned my
eyes from Terry to Jim because it
seemed indecent to watch the utter
devotion in Terry Winston's eyes
remembering how he had written
that if only I'd find Betty safe and I
well, he'd "be willing to stand the
gaff" if she sent him about his busi
ness. I couldn't stare at the great '
love speaking through Terry's eyes
while I wondered wondered what
Betty would do with that love. So
I turned to Jim.
An amazing set of emotions was
working its way across his face.
He had a look of startled admira
tion, and he interrupted me once
"Well, of all things, Betty loves
you! And she asks me to remem
ber that you're a delicate, gentle
little princess. Betty recommend
ing you to my mercy"
(To Be Continued.)
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