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ON D'ANNUNZIO - ? . -,., -. Poet's Fruitless Occupation Of Frame Getting on the Nerves of the People. Oct. IX?Opposition to Ga brieli D'Annunzio Is growing. Today It had reached such heights that the apparently doubtful of his sup called a meeting of the Flume ? ascertain whether the atol faithful to htm. This does not mean that anyone In Italy at prepared to renounce in the snghceet degree the desire that Flume t beeeaee Italian. It does mean, how ever, that both Italy and um? are to ri'-i; tL ion by and his occupation of The Flume population wishes an end to the. abnormal situation which the poet warrior has created. The paraly sis of the port Is increasing idleness and hardehips. Both In Rome and Fiume it hi ad mitted that after another month of the poet's o-reupnticn, lhl* solution of the r-twm*- problem is no nearer than be fore, "while rvAnnnnzio's obst?nate In sistence In "hanging on" only delays and complicates the chances for a speedy, peaceful -tettlemenl. D'Annunzio bas completely shat tered Fiume'? expectations of a flour-, .chins ti ade m suprving the Austro H un garlan hinterland. As a result of the Italian government's blockade, ships no longer enter or leave the port rintuiterm and Industry are paralysed completely. Kverynre in Fiume has been dlsfl tu.noned of the likelihood of DAnnun xio's creupatlon resulting in annexa tion. The occupation has degenerated new Into a personal squabble between rvAnnunxio and Premier Klttl. * Women's Congress Here Postponed to Oct. 28 A change of ?late to October 3 for the opening of the International Con gress o' Working Women In Wash ington was announced last night by Mrs, Raymond Robins, president of the National Women's Trade Cnion league of America which called the congress. The postponement was made to al low time for delegates from the more remote countries to arrive for the first days of the congress. ?? the session.? of th? congress will be .held at the New National Museum. Entertain Walter Reed Mem. ? party of wounded soldiers frvm Walter Reed Hospital were entertain ed Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Saunders. of 18J9 First street northwest. After musical se lections rendered by Miss Kthel Sauna ers. Miss Petrolla and Master Walter Ha under?, an oyster supper was served. Among those helping were Mrs. Lillian Sowerbutt?. Laura Moh 1er. Agnes Gardner. Mary Jewby. Etta Sweadner. Ethel Sarrnders. Ullian Ashenbach. Helen Petrolla, Mr. and Mr.-!. Saunders. Mrs. Hollow and Mas ter Walter Saunders, Chiropractic Schools Patients frequently show . much surprise Jo Learn -that Chiropractors are required to study anatomy by dissection of the human body. What other way is there to study it? At the National School of Chiro practic Chicago, four regular dissection courses are held each year. Students study their theory (sublimation of the ver tebrae) on the cadaver. Bac teriological, pathological and chemical laboratories furnish their share toward the educa tion of the National School graduate. Surgery and medical clinics are held at Cook County Hospital, likewise post mortems are also furnished. ? faculty ^ of eight (seven with medical degrees) are needed to proper I ly uatruti the students. An X-ray laboratory is maintained for the study of subluxations in the living. Why does this school maintain such an ex pense if they could get by with less teachers and less equip ment? ?? this is needed to make Chiropractors. One or two poorly educated instruc tors in one or two rooms will not suffice. Chiropractic is a science, must be studied and worked over to acquire a knowledge of it. "A few eve nings a week for a few short months** is not sufficient to make a Chiropractor. The ave > rage course of study in a stand ard school is about three thou -t sand hours. State boards re quire this, and in addition the student must study in a stand ard school. It might be in teresting to you to know if your Chiropractor bought a diploma or an education. These notices are not run in the interest of any school, but it is an effort to assist you in the selection of a qualified Chiropractor who does not use osteopathy, medicine or solicit the aid of spirits. Chiroprac tors properly trained in their science don't need or use any thing but chiropractic. ? Classified section of the tele phone directory under "Chiro agpractic Association of the Dis trict of Columbia" will give names of properly qualified ? ruropractors. RADCLIFFE COLLEGE BABY CHINESE Boston.?Radcliffe's class of iota has adopted a baby and presented him?Frederick Wai-Sung-Kuo with a silver spoon. His mother, Mrs. Yang-Mo-Kuo. of Cambridge, graduated six months ahead of ber classmates. She was the bride of the 1919 class. Next year, Mr. Kuo, father, will finish his studies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and take his little family back to the Orient. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE ? NEWS Thp funeral of Mrs. William B. Cal vert, who died Sunday in Casualty HospHal. will be held from the late residence, Thirty-Seventh and Newton streets. Mount Rainier, tomorrow. O. A. Benson, of the carpenter shop, went to New York. Saturday to resis ter for the cornine election. Elias Wolfe and family motored to Hag**rstnwn Friday and >nent the | week-end with relatives. I The remains of Jamvs A. ?iibbs wpre i In id to rest yesterday in Rock Creek j Cemetery. The funeral w as attended by a larKe delegation of his former co-worker!? and friends. Pall bearers were William D. Skeen. Walter A. F>renner, Cornelius McKinley. James B. Wallace. Charles A- Wolcott, and : Fred S. Walker, all of the linotype j section. Pressmen Frank J. Bruton. William [F. McCloskey, Everett M. Pierce and Erwin P. A. Rickenbacher, of the main pressroom, are on leave. CfcM I-aufer, of the nicht rdonotype section, who has tven ill with pleurisy | and pneumonia for severed months, wilt leave tomorrow for a trip to the Union ?Printers' Home at Colorado Springs Mrs. Pauline Green sent cards last week from Atlantic City to friends in th*> Job room Frank B. Jones, of the proofroom, is detailed to a desk in the jobroom. Mr. and Mrs. James Leslie have rr>turn*Mi from a vi.**it with their eon in Fisherville. Va. The National G???? will hold a rally in Typographical Temple Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Marion B. Richmond and David B. Walton have returned from Atlanta. Ga-, where they attended the Confed erate encampment Henry Hyde has returned to the forwarding and finishing; section after serverai weeks* illness. Miss Ola Mattery and Charles G. Koontz. of the keyboard room, are on the sick list. Motorcyclist J. Anthony Gallagher, office of superintendent of work, is on leave. James Gibson, of the machine shop, motored to Baltimore and spent the week-end with friends. Charles Garrells has returned to the proofroom after a trip to WiHiara* burg and Jamestown. Va. Marsh ?. Bodenhamer and John R. Purvis have been detailed to the Capi tol to work on the Congressional Directory. Harry E. Geisbert Is absent from the monotype section because of Illness. Navy Yard News R. Matingly, of the broadside mount shop, obtained leave to ac company a party of frient's on a motor trip to Atlanta, Ga. The crindine department, draw ing room, steel stamp department, key division, rubber stamp depart ment, and the onice have been sep arated from the rest of the tool shop by a glass partition. J. F. Brown has returned to the breech mechanism shop after an ex tended visit with relatives rn the West Virginia hills. Ira Glbbs. of the torpedo shop, has reported sick. He expects to be out forche rest of the week. Pat O'Brien, of the coppersmith shop. Is working airain after being | on the sick list for two weeks. Robert Hardy, of the boiler shop. ! returned Monday from a short stay in Grafton. W. Va. J. Sheehan is in the hospital un. j derg-oing an operation. Ray Reeves, of the tool shop, has been transferred to the torpedo shop. Ray served, his time la the ? tool shop. Wm. mile, of the torpedo robe I shop. Is enjoying a vacation in ; Southern Virginia. ; Pani Stlckney, of the outside ' shop, is motoring to New Tork to | close out some business while on his vacation. M. B. Carroll has returned to the j west sun carriage shop after a few I days confinement to his bed with a ; cold. > Harry Skinner, of the Miscellane ous shop, has obtained s Maryland han ting Ucease end expects te do quits a bit of g?nalas; on Gag Pow der Creek this fall. John K. Stringer, of the broadside mount shop, has returned to work from an enjoyed vacation spent at Harpers Ferry The supply department has a young lady law student in their midst in the person of Miss Anna V. Lombard, who is attending the National University of Law School in tas evenings. BUREAU OF EN GRAVING AND PRINTING NEWS Theodore Helmerirhs. of section !i, has gone to St. Units to attend the exposition of Industriiti ' Arts and Crafts. He will have charge of the Treasury Department exhibit again, this making the eighth time that he has acted In this capacity at various expositions. C. P. Craemer. J. Ireland. George Yauchler, Txiui? Plottner and W. Ir vine, all printers in section fi. 3:J0 shift, have been transferred to the midnight shife. Sirs. Mary Imanaban and Kiss Ella Brosnaham have returned to their work in the stamp performing divi sion, after spending ten days with their brothers In Richmond. Va. ?"?. Borland, of the printing divi sion office force, presided at the meet ing of the Federal Employes Union. , Sub-Branch No. 1. Sunday afternoon. ! The election of officers for the or ganization has been set for Octo 'ber -X John Waldron, of Section S. Is being congratulated on the arrival of a son at his home. t Capt, Graves, of the engraving dl 1 vision, is back on the job, after an ' illness of three weeks. Recent appointments in section fi. *.::!? shift, are as follow.?: Mattle Creel, Ethel Glhh.?. Maszic Simmons. Ora Courtier. Marie Myers. Annie Hrtist, Emma Crowe, May Huffman. Dasie Cannon. Edna Whitt. Corine ? Arne)]. iMary E. Hasbrouck. Margaret i Glaseo. Corine Deakins. Utile Wiley ? and Artie Huffman. Miss Freda Remson. of section ?. has resigned as printer'.? assistant. T. J. McCabe, of section C night. Is ali-sent on account of an Injured finger. J. Hetrick and J. Furrey. of the wetting division, are on She sick list. Meeting of the Girls' union tonight. School of Pharmacy It Established Here George Washington University has established a School of Pharmacy to supersede the old National College of Pharmacy, which for many years has been affiliated with the university. The new School of Pharmacy, which ia to be a branch of the Medical De partment of the University. Is unique in that It offers a four-year course for full-time students, leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science m Pharmacy. This course, in addition to meeting all the requirements of a complete pharmaceutical education. Includes a liberal arts education; so that the graduate will be able to boast a fun college education as well as an unparalleled preparation for the prac tice of pharmacy. George Washington Is the first uni versity in the country to adopt this new plan, which leaders In pharma ceutical education believe soon will become general. BREAKS A COLD IN JUST A FEW HOURS Tape's Cold Comper-mcT in.tanrry Refiere* Staffine?? and Distress. Don't stay stuffed up! Quit blowing and snuffling! A dose of "Pane's Cold Compound" taken every two hours until three doaea are taken usually breaks up a severe cold and ends all grippe misery. The very first dose opens your clog ged-up nostrils and the air passages of the head; stops nose running; re lieves the headache, dullness, fever Ishness, sneezing, soreness and stlff I ne**. "Pane's Cold Compound" Is the quickest, surest relief known and costs only a few cent? at drug stores. It acts without assistante, tastes nice, contains no quinine.?Insist upon Pepe'?!?Adv._ Too Fat? A guaranteed weight r?daction method; safe, pleasant Brings slen dernees, better health and happiness. Get a small box of oil of Worein at the druggist's. Follow directions. Ton are allowed to eat sweets, etc.; no starvation or strenuous exercising. j Tour life becomes worth living with clearer mind, unproved figure, buoy ! ant aten, ? ili at? ful nani and optimism. Get thin and atar sa-Adv. ARMY CAMP SALES , TO BE NEXT MONTH Proponed sale of Camp Mills. Camp Shelby, at HatUesburg. Miss- sad cantonments asar Fort Oglethorpe. Ga.. and Newport News, Vs., was an nounced by the War Department yes terday. The first three will be sold on November t sad the Newport News camps on November 11. The cantonments in Georgia ta clude Chicksmauga and Chattanooga National Park. The sale of santonments at New port News will Include Camp Alex ander, Camp HOI. Camp Stewart, the embarkation hospital, aad valions iso lated Improvements located through out the city of Newport News. Cholera Scare Ended by Killing Exposed Hogs Washington's hog cholera scare end ed yesterday when forty porkers, which had been exposed to the disease, were slaughtered at the local market. "This definitely puts an end to any danger that might hsve existed thst other animals at the local market might have become infected." said Health Officer W. C. Fowler, yester day. Cholera broke out among a hog herd at a local market last week. Eight showing cholera symptoms were kill ed. The others were ordered quar antined. IT HAPPENED ON THE HILL The House Military Affair? Com mittee yesterday recommended pas sage of the bill transferring War De partment motor vehicles to the De partment of Agriculture for distribu tion to the Stales. About 3MH0 sur plus motor trucks arc provided for State road work In the bill. ? The Senate Judiciary * Committee yesterday favorably reported a reso lution by Senator Kellogg. of Minne sota, postponing until July, 193". the provision of the Clayton ?nti-trnst act forbiddinc common carriers mak ing purchases from their subsidia ries. Claiming that the farmprs are not adequately represented at the In dustrial Conference, Representative Dickinson, of Iowa, yesterday Intro duced a resolution in the House, asking the President to call a confer ence of agriculture, capital and la bor. A tariff of from ? to 4 cents s pound on besns to keep out Japa nese competition waa aaked by California bean growers before the House Ways and Mean Committee yesterday. This tariff ia necessary because 85 per cent of the beans grown in America come in competition with the Japanese product, which has been coming to this country in in creased quantity during the last few years, Aaron Sepiro. of San Franciso, attorney for the growers, said. Whittaker to Address City Clnb. Charles H. Whittaker. editor of the Journal of the American Institute of Architects, will address the members of the City Club at the weekly lunch eon, to be held at 12:30 o'clock tomor row afternoon at the club house, or Ferragli t Square. Mr. Whltaker*i subject will be "The British Indus trial Problem." SAVE 40% on Tricolettr. Trlcotine. Satin. Velvet or Serge Dresses here. Full line Georgette Waists. Our small expenses mean smaller prices. Open till 9 pm. ? si a sth ??. vu worth :*.-.*-.! | MEXICO TOLD TO PROTECT MAPIMI U. S. Warns Carranza of Villa Menace Against Big American Colony. The United State? has called on Carra?as to protect the large Amer ican colony at Mapimi, In the State of Durengo. from attack by Villa's bandits. The town la said to con tain more Americans than any other Mexican section except Mexico City, and It Is underatood here that the residents In and near Maplml have been in communication with the State Department, conveying their fears of an attack. The State Department has sent nstructlons to the Amerlean Em bassy at Mexico City to urge that the Mexican foreign of>ce station a garrison of 400 men permanently at Mapimi. The specification of the number required shows that there ia a knowledge somewhere of the fore* that Villa will be able to use In case he makes a descent on Maplml. This Is the first time that the State Department has under taken to Indicate to Mexico just what measures should be taken for ? he protection of Ameriean life and property anywhere in Mexico. Villa's long Inactivity is taken here as an Indication that he has been mobilizing again for trouble, and the United Statea has put Mex ico on notice where the blow may fall. The responsibility Is thua placed squarely and definitely on the Mexican government It waa recalled yesterday that just, before the Columbus raid which caused the sending of Persh Ing into Mexico there were rumora of It, which were conveyed to the Mexican government, but matters were In such -nape that the United States could not demand that a strong force be sent to any par ticular point as It was not known where Villa would cross or attempt j to cross the border, POSSES SEEK BABY I BELIEVED KIDNAPPED FROM JERSEY HOME rrvirnyrcBT? rem paob out sey were married four years ago a suitor whom she had refused threatened revenge. The searchers today started through the Weymouth deer fields to May's Landing, the county seat, and intended continuing to Atlantic City. Prayer.? for the recovery of the child were said In all the churches here yesterday. The Dansey hoy's picture appear ed In the October Issue of a national woman's magasine as the ideal reg istered baby, hia record of develop 'apitai ?nd Surplus ? ??.?.??.??? TO erette an estate and then neglect to provide for its dispoiition is an over sight of which many a man is guilty. I Helpful information en Wins. and the advantages of Corporate -iver individual Trusteeship, will gladly be given you by our Trust Dffieer. t? 11?? TOUR 1*111 been drawn f National Savings & Trust Company, Cor. lSta and ?. T. Ave. PlTTT-THirtD TEAR. ment having besa seat every three months ta a govrnraent bureau la Washington. Circulars which hare been seat ont throughout this see? tloa describe the child ss sturdy. with light hair, large Basel eras sad a brown mole ob his right breast When lsst ssea he wore s blue romper, brown gwsatsr. gray base ball cap sad moccasins. When ask ed his asme, he replied. "Billy? Pittsburg.: S1.4SO Reward Offeree. There la a reward of S1.400 for Bflly's retara all?e, bat if he was kidnapped no effort has been made to claim s ransom, hence those who hold to the kidnapping theory are unable to guess why he was taken. Another theory offered today w that Billy rosy bsve been stolen through mistake. Some time ago s dog, owned by an Italian, was kill ed on the premises of Town Coun cilman Charles White, sad Italians threatened the White family. Mr. White's boy sad the Danse y boy look somewhat alike, and It is pos sible the wrong boy wss kidnapped. ??parts AMartle? Tarery. There are sigas and other evi dence that the abduction theory msy be correct. In the pine woods a few miles sbove the Dansey farm, Is the home of Mrs, Emtl Koft. who said that st 2 o'clock on Wednesdsy afternoon she heard the voices of two men end s child coming from the swamp bsck of her house. Later, a man' In gray coat and dark trousers stole oat of the woods snd tried her back door in a stealthy manner, then peeped through the keyhole. She went around the corner of the house and he wasted. Be ? word and ? bask lato tas woods, which Is he woods where the boy disappeared, aad iato which the ah er lff*a bloodhounds fol lowed the child's scent- only to ?ass It la a morass. The strange man was nearly etx fast tall. The path along which hs ran away from Mrs. Koffs hoes* leads to a deserted red house to the woods, the roof of which Is fall ing In. Mrs. Koft thought the man with a child, whom she heard talking Wed nesday, was biding In this forlorn retreat- la the old bouse wars foand the remains of bisad that snme one bad been eating no longer ago than Wednesday, the village baker raid, when shown the bread. Tracks led to a crass road through the desolate pines. Its filar to the hamlet of Da Costa, and the oouiiu ? road to HanuBonton and Philadelphia It was along this country road. It was learned today, that a man was seen last Wednesdsy, almost drag ging a hoy of two or three years by the hand Representative Clyde Kelly, of Penn sylvania: Hauest I? Thorsten, super intendent of schools, snd Archie Cola, of the Federal Employes Union No. I wm talk st the Park? lea Community Center tonight st the Installation of I Miss Frances Falrtey as community 1 secretary. Music for the evening wtH be furnished by the Parkview Com munity Orchestra assisted by F. W Schelck. Mrs. Ajrrora Edwards will give impersonation ?PWtet* ??atta, Ont. a. lUiiaii Frnauh aviator, was an the of bla flight to Merke* let baft far ??? yasairiai 14th and C Streets N. W. ?All Authorities Approve the Electric Washer? (fa ?* "It is so simple to operate?such a saver of time and clothes." says the housewife. "It reduces our laundry expense, and the little current it consumes makes practically no difference in the electric bau.** says the man-of-the-house. "It saves my back and helps me do more and better work with less labor,** says the laundress. "It is mechanically correct?a really practical machine,** says the engineer. Yon, too, will agree with them all. $15 First Payment?$10 Monthly in*K DISCOUNT ON IW-^AN ELECTRIC GRILL w? be allowed (or cash dur ing October to those presenting the dis count coupon secured from their monthly Electric Light Bill What you have been paying a laundress every week will soon pay for an electric washing machine which washes your clothes bettter than human hands can de it. Get m t ouch with our ?ectric Shop at once??<*tan*t let another wash-day come around withusrt oat ?i ?str ?eerie Washers. Potomac Electric Power Co. 14th and C Streets Phone N. 7260 Made by the Chap?n - Sacks Mfg.Co. M and Frrst Sts. U.E. Fraakiii4S60 STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM DELICIOUS! Made from fresh pasteurized cream and milk, pure cane sugar and big, red. juicy STRAWBERRIES?all churned into vel vet smoothness and frozen. A tempting, palate-pleasing treat that em bodies the nourishing qualities of cream and pure cane sugar with the wholesome appeal of ripe fruit. You can get this flavor of THE VELVET KIND at "fountains," public eating places, your neighborhood store?almost everywhere, m fact. Quantities of a gallon or more will be sent upon your order direct from us. Enjoy Some Today!