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Official Weather Report-Pair.
The Mal's St6
Cloed Al Day Wediesday.
Now for a
Busy Day!
Cet in boys1
Cet in earlyI
$20 M. S. M. Suits:
50 crackerjack styles.
Feather-weight Suits,
Pinch-backs or plain
cool-cloths and airpores.
Costs you little
to keep cool.
$2 White
Khaki Trousers.
Golf. tennis, outing.
Thousands of Fine Straw
Hats at Bargain Prices.
r $4 and $3.50
Straw Hats.
$3 and $2.50
Straw Hats
$2.00 Straw Hats,
$1.50 "Zephyr" Shirts.
$1.50 Fine Soisette Pajamas,
a suit.
50c Wash Neckwear,
3 for $1.00.
35c Fiber Silk Hose,
4 pairs for $1.00.
Fine Nainsook Underwear.
a garment.
Money's Worth or Money Back.
D. J. Kaufman
I5-7 Peasylvania Avenue.
S1.00 Per full Qua-t
S3.50 Per Gi
. E. TON
A 2-Win. Lloyd i
National University Graduates
Large Class Who Receive
Diplomas at Exercises.
Annual commencement exercises of the
National University Law School was held
last night in the National Theater. The
address to the graduating classes was
delivered by Hon. Edward N. Hurley.
vice chairman of the Federal Trades
Justice Frederick L. Siddons, of the
Supreme Court of the District of Colum
bia. presided, made a brief address of
welcome and Introduced the speakers.
Rev. Herbert Scott Smith, D. D., deh
vered the Invocation and benediction.
The university gold medal for the beat
post graduate examination was awarded
to William Wolff Smith. of the District
of Columbia. The McArthur gold medal.
was awarded to Douglas Lynch Younger.
honorable mention. George Arthur Ninas
and Willard Robertson. The Eugene
Carusi gold medal was awarded to Carl
Douglas Huntington; honorable men
tion. Robert Elmer Pollock. Callaghan
& Co.'s prize to William Wolff Smith.
The T. & J. W. Johnson & Co.'s prize
to David Hines; honorable mention.
William Wolff Smith, and Otto Erwin
Koegel. The J. Miller Kenyon prize to
William Wolff Smith. The American Law
Book Company's prize with right to com
pete for cash prize of $500, for best work
during the three years' course, to Otto
Erwin Koegel. The F. H. Thomas Law
Book Company's prize to John Edward
Marshall. American Law Book Com
pany's prize to Simon Fleishman; honor
able mention, Douglas Lynch Younger.
The John Byrne & Co.'s prize to Carl
Douglas Huntington. of New York; hi
orable mention. Robert William How
ard. and John Alvin Holmes. The J.
Miller Kenyon prize to Charles Everett
Freshman Committee.
The reception committee of the freshman elam
consisted of the following: C. E Kern, chairman:
H. W, Garrison. R. W. Howard. D. H. Mas. W.
A. Morris. r.. R. E. Polkl-e, C. E. Quirullo. P*.
M. Riefkin. H C. Robb, 8. L Strublte. W. I.
Swanton, R. H. c'hompson. R. A. Warner.
te poseraduate elam ofkers arse. president.
G. L. Shorey; ice president. W. . Bim; eecod
vice president, G. 0. Boa; historian. S. F. Kit
tredge; corresponding secretary, W. B. SOw ; sec
retary. P. A. Stein; treasurer. 0. E. Koeg-.
prereant-at-rs. M. F. O'Donnell.
Ite senior clam officers are. president. Wellstood
White; vice president, H. Grady Warburton: see
retary. P. M. Becker, Jr.; treasurer. T. 0. Klath;
sergeant-at-arms. E. C. Norris: historian, F. i
I;adbury; chairman executive committee, W. W.
The freshman class officers are. preddet. 1. F.
Randall; vice president. R. E. Pollock; treasureT.
W. S. Holton; recording secretary. J. Knudto.;
correponndicg secretary. H. C. Robb; historian.
F. S. Cook; sergeant-at-arms. I. M. May; assist
ant sergeant-at-arms. C. H. Mott.
Degrees were conferred upon the following:
Cacbelors of Lw-Luis Apelelaniz Storer, Don
ald Perry Ault, Peter Matthew Becker. Jr.. Jacob
Berman, Francis Muller Bradbury. Charles R. Bur
gof Harold B. Clark, Ralph J. Cogsrell. Rtalp
0. Dale. Austin Fields. Simon Fleishman. Leo
Gilbert Flynn. Leo DEverett Fox, Harry E. Glad
man. Eugene L. Greenewald. Russell W. Hes.
Thormod Oscar Klath. L. t4 Krentalin. Joseph i
Lach, Mont V Uivingston. John Edward Marshall.
Guy Mason. William Nichol. George Arthur Ninas.
Edwin C. Norris, Michael F. O'Donnell. George EJ
ward Parks. David Rles, Willard Robertson. Pauli
Hollms, Morris Simon. William WolW Smic.
Evaristo C. folentino. H. Grady Warburton. Jesse
Edward White., Welstood White. idward Williams,
luglas Lynch Younger.
The follow-ig rasters of law reedred degrees:
l)ora'd Perry Ault. James Baugh. Jr.. Jacob M.
Borochoff George G. Los. Harold B. Clark, Charles
Keith Carlin. William James Conlys, Wade Gilbert
Dert. Thomas A. Deonr, Walter Rudd Gough.
Charles Wiilism Griffin. Robert C. Gulley. Morris
Hird. Carlton Lane Houston, Scott F. Kittredge,
Otto Erwin Koegel, McKiney Wedey Kriegh.
Joseph E. I-mb. Mortimer Carlisle Ieddane. Ben
:atio W. McLaughlin. Roy H. Morrill, Michael F.
0-Donnell, Gustave E. Raumch, William I. Ricm.
Frederick C. Riedeerl, David Rines. Paul Rollins.
Harry Beckwith Rook, Harrison Vawter Rouse.
John W. Ryon. Jr.. G. LIyburn Shorey, William
W ol Smith. Peery A. Stein. William B. Swan.
Masters of ptent law . lwe awarded degrees were
Barte A. Bean. jr.. Harold B. Clark. Thomas A.
Dever. Walter Rudd Gogh, Charles William Gnt
n. Morris Hirvll. Mortimer Carlisle Lyddane, Roy
H. Morrill. Michael F. O'Donnell. David Rines.
Harry Bechith ltok. William Wolf Smith. William
B. Swan and A. H. Terrell.
District of Coinm=ida Maryland and Virginia-Fair
Tuesday and probably Wednesday; slowly rieg
temperature; light variable winda.
The indications are that the weather will be
generally fair Tuesday and Wednesday over the
States east of the Mississippi River. excpt that
local showe are probable in the Upper Lake Re
gion, the East Gulf States and Florida.
A gradsal rie in temperature is probable Tue,
day and Wednesday in the Middle Atlantic and
New alilnd States, the Upper Ohio Valley ad
the Lower Lake Region.
Midnig t ............. 40 12 boom............ 76
2 a. m .............. 58 1 2 ii m ......:....... 79
4 a. m............. 67 4 p. m .............. M
a. m... ......... I . p.m........... 7
8 a. m.... 62 pm.............. 73
0 a.L .. 7 ............... 0
Highest, 0; lowest. 66.
Relative boaidity-8 a. n., it; 2 TL m.. 3g; a
P. M.. G&
Rainfall (1 p. oa to I p. m.), 0; hours of su
Fhine. 135: por cent of pmosdble sunshine. 91.
Temperature asme date last year-Highest, 8;
lowest, a7.
Highest last gain.
today. night. 8 p. m. fall.
Aseille, N9. 0 ........1...74 40 70 1 s
Atianta. Ga.....:............ 8 62 76 l.:
Atlantia City. N. J.---... a 54 5o -.
Baltimore. Md.............. 74 55 72
Boston. Nam................ 72 U2 56 6.4
Bufaio. N. T.......... 62 2 56
Chcago, iM................. 68 54 66
Cincinnati, Ohio....... 75 56 72 .
Denver, Ooo............... 7 52 76 0.06
Indianapolia Ind............ 76 5 76 ....
Jacksonville. FIU1........... M 72 U
Kansas City, Mo.........Ti 62 78
Miami. F1l............... U 75 m
New Orleans lA....... 74 82 17
New YorkN.T7.....74 62 GB
Philadelphia, Pa........70 U - ?
Piuseob. Pa........74 02 4s
St.LoIuis, Mo...........7 78 76
Ban Prendse.n ........ 51g 5
'Tampa. Pla.............U a o
'ledo. Ohio............74 54 g48 2
Bauta Fe Pa=semn'er Agent In W..e
ward Bldg. Phone Main 7377 for tickets
and Pullman reservations.-Adv.
DEN i0.
I"de. hst the Jauitr"
AND 15
"Ordeal of
' Thjmem's Stout
matters. Inspector D. C. Hamilton. in
charge of the station force Under Chief
hViett. hs been temporarily appointed his
A. S. Ostrow. a drug merchant of New
Judson C. Dickerman has received an port News, Va.. was in Waahington to
appointment as a gas inspector in the witness the graduation of his son from
Bureau of StandardS. George Washington University.
Herman J. Kaiser, an engineer in the Rhea M. Norris, of George Washing
Department of Commerce. has been pro, ton University La School. recently was
Uloted. named chairman of the Univeisity
Bartholomnew McCarthy has gone to Student Council of that institution.
New York to accept a position with the
Bureau of Navigation. District Commissioner Browniow left
last night for St. Louis to attend the
Harold H. Mark, a copyist in the Pat- Democrtic convention. Commissioner
ent office, has been transferred to the Browniow Is one of the delegates from
Agricultural Department. the District.
George C. Hammond has returned from DEATH RECORD.
a vacation spent in Pennsylvania.
Ray Barton has been appointed to a Randolph L. Wen, 52 yeas. 339 1 St. W.
position in the Bureau of Mines. Maet Riley. 5. Pyldnce lpits].
Ernst F. King. 58, Loergncy Host'itL.
L. Whiting Estes, Henry Lansburgh, Annie 3i. Foley, 40. Columbia Hosital.
Virgil M. Fookes. and James T. Gibbs John L Sclinyer. 21. Prosidor Hostital
are representatives of the Almas Temple Franm Sargent. 35. Emergency Hospital.
of the Mystic Shriners to the Imperial William 0. Head. 25. isa Q sL nw.
iuncil that meets In Buffalo on July Marion L. Thomison. 91, i Mt.
Counil tat metsCatherine Berr. 7. 10 rs. a,. ..
11 to 13. Kate Stales. 58, 83 Varrium at. n-.
Annie Rt. Young. 73. 1=3 Corrn at- -.
Richard D. Daniels. '05, was chairman Infant of tusell H. and Mary E. Ringer, 1
of the committee of the Business Hignhours. 1M Anacoalia road
School Alumni Association that managed CGLORED.
the recent excursion down the river. Uzwje Johnson, 40 years. .52Gre court tiw.
Miary Nickena. 3. Emergency Hostittal.
Lawrence A. Burton. student of George Thomas E3. 313 Va. A. es.
Washington University, leaves Washing- Annie Johnson. V. Casualty Hostal.
ton today to travel with a Chattauqua Carles T. Malord. 47, 140 9t at. nw.
Thomas Robinson. 5 1S,1 3S1 N at. no.
t e a ory Reed, 2 month . 49c K &LHow.
John S. Bixeer. business manager of
the University Hatchet during the past Summer School Opened.
year, wvill leave for California next Sun- Bishop Alfred Harding delivered the;
daJh. address of welcome at the openig of
the Mount St. Albans sum aer ichool in
Chief William N. Viett. In charge ofW Bethlehem Chapel yesterday afternoon.
the Washington Terminal Comdpanay's The Rt. Re. Dr. Roger Israel. bishop of
detective force at Union Station d g rie. ra., and president of the boar of
the past five years. yesterday resigned reions education of the province of
his position to take up personal business Washington also addressed the students.
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John . Bixertbrineeamanaeroo
Sume ScholOpeed
Bihp lre arig eivrd h
thFr Kic e MontoSt. Al an d ume Clin
BesW te CH e aeter afenon.
4110- Sales Department,
Appliance Exhibit an
41II 934
B t B o n C rtr lan& A and Marie G. Yrims.
______________________________ Wilcliamn Pr and B4argay seat. buy.
The Fortoeath Street ubaims non w K Raemond and Mari, C. eed.n
will hold a meeting at 8 o'clock this a 'I. laryra Nce, gut
evening in the United States Savings John C. ad Harnett cirl.
Wilbert and Laie It. Lewis. ati.
Bank Building. Fourteenth and U A
stees.I t'mrik D and Anra B. Jus". boy.
Wiltiam U. and Mharguerite F. Hutterly. girt.
The SaUday schoel* of Foundry Harry A. and Ann E. Horstman, bo).
E., Rhode Island Avenue M. P., Dum- Nkdinta and Anita Ciraidi. buy.
barton Avenue M. E., Grace Baptist, Thomas R, and liden J. ;cben. ait.
Brentwood M. E., Immanuel Baptist,. J AM Ana Ctubb, girl.
and Hamline M. E. churches will Daniel J. and Alwe Cl-r ba.
make an excursion to Marshall Hall E. and Lorsit. imong. boy.
on Saturday. ((JLRL.
The Bethel Literary and Historical J s ort El-beth Samuels. b.
Association will hold "Flag Night" Wiltiam H. ard Vrinces Preston, girl.
exercises at the Metropolitan A. M. E. Toma. and Sophia Gmy. i.
Church at 8 o'clock this evening. Frak and Ater thcr.at. ".
James and Catherie Curtiss. boy.
The National Democratic Women Freddie ad pan ferri. girt.
America will give a musicale in the ltarry J. and Helen Beaner.
New Ebbitt House at 8 o'clock Thurs- It Ed Ali- A , buy.
day evening. 1
Col. Samuel R. Stratton. president LOCALMENTION.
of the Pennsylvania Society of Wash
ington, -D. C., will be the speaker at Beat tea. 43r'Wouder coffee. 20ct lo
the Flag Day exercises to be held at Norway mackerel, Sc and 74c; whit
the Hubbard School Building on Ken-Imeal. 2c lb. pure pepper, .'C; large
yon street northwest at 1:30 p. m. to- cans Cal. peaches. 14, three large
day. A. F. Dinsmore, past department cans tomatoes. 2,c; 4 Wisconsin pes,
commander of the G. A. R., will pre- 25c; 4 sugar cr, 2.'c; 4 Karo syrup,
side.2c: 4 Ross' whole wheat iscuits 2c
aie.4 lbs. fancy head rice, 23c: 4 Ilbs lima
Illinois women are asked to meet at beans. 25cl 3 Iho. star(h. ]r: 3 0mm.
the home of Mrs. Ellis Logan. 12531soaP. bc; peanut butter. 10c; grape
Irving street northwest. Saturday, uice. quarts, -c: Jell, Mints. I e:
June 17 at 8 o'clock to form a Hughes- lOaves bread. 16c best flour, Sf,.OO hbl.
Fairbanks Club. 24 lbs. Old Time flour. 75c: choic
w hite potatoes, 37c. 914 11th Street
Several high Democratic officials are S. E. and ali he J. T. D. Pyles stores
patrons of the musicale which is to
be given Thursday evening in the New Me feature at Va. todayFhe Non.
Ebbitt by the National Democratic: s - fetc; Hici Lomined nd St.
Women of America. It is to he under I Al,. 11e PoMrla I
the direction of Miss Margaretta
Campbell, daughter of the late Repre- KENSIGTON RAIWAY
sentative Timothy J. Campbell. of New I Xensington Railway cars fron
York. and Mrs. George Campbell.Chesv Chase Lake every ialf hour
The program will include both vocal round trip tickets, Icc. Line recentl
extnde. anrieTo trip. choice her
and Instrumental numbers. cna Msr cme.
Jcton C.r and ubarnet4.gr
P Arci R.adMR b
D an)Crl
lanliness by Purchasing a Gas Ran
Easy Monthly Payments From the
425 10 th Street?
d Free Cooking LessonsI
F Street N. W
Nor ay mackere ender eege .c wh
Chrii nd"4e.ves' Osee ndi
The Christian Endeavor Union of the
District of Columbia has elefted the 101
lowing officers for the year: H. F. Wor.
ley, Bethany Baptist. president; Henry
B. Ottcrman. Central Presbyterian. vie
president; Miss Delina Pulver. New York
Avenue Presbyterian. secretary; Ernest
Ellwood. Ninth Stredt Christian. assia
tant secretary; James C. Rogers. Gurtey
Memorial Presbyterian, treasurer; Miss
Lucy English. Eastern Presbyterian. as
sistant treasurer.
The world's sugar production is abot
equally divfted between beet and ane
There'll be hot time in the old town ~
pretty soon, said the man who knows
everything. This cool weather in June
is not going to last many hours
longer. Just wait till Old Sol gets his
mind on business and Washington
will be mopping the perspiration off
its face and climbing into summer
clothes. If you haven't ordered your
summer suit yet, you'd better burrv
'around to Mr. Stein & Co 'r. ith and
F Sts.. and get a nice summer suit
tailored to your order at $14 76 or
$18.75-about half the usual prices
for this Is sale of the season at
Stein- and everything in the stock is
reduced. There's a lot of comfort in
having a cool. natty suit that fits you
and Mr. Mudd. the designer at M.
Stein & Co.'P, is the cleverest artist :n
his line in Washington, If you leae
that order now for the suit Stein & il
have it ready for you by the week
end wihen you want to take a little
trip somewhere-or go to see your
beat girl.-Adv.
ge and Gas
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