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IliiH D. C.JYPOTHETAE Two Hundred at Annual Din ner —Kirby and Carter Are Honored. Oscar T. Wright was elected presi dent of the of Washington at the annual meeting and banquet last night at the City Club. Other officers elected were as follows: Vice president. Samuel M. Darragh; record ing secretary. Robert Heiner; treas urer. W. AV. Rapley. and members of the board of directors. S. Percy Oliver, John H. Pavia. Kdward F. Gruver, Roger AV. AVheeler, Edward AV. Huguely, William N. Freeman and Ralph Fackwood. The Typothetae of AVashington, affiliated with the United Typothetae of America and Canada, the master printers’ Trade association, was called to order by President William John Eynon at 0:30 o'clock, with over 2"0 seated about the banquet tables in the ballroom. At S o’clock the business session of the evening was held, opening with the annual reports of Recording Secretary S. Percy Oliver. President Eynon and Treas urer Samuel M. Darragrh. Reports of committees were pre sented by the respective chairmen and approved as follows: Educational, Charles F. Crane; industrial relations, Oscar T. AVright; audit. Joseph D. Ashby; entertainment. P. M. Becker, jr.: credit and collections, Henry G. Milans; duplicators. William N. Free man: binders, Leo Baumgarten: ap prenticeship, Robert McP. Milans; trade matters, Frank P. Howard: publicity and advertising, Robert Heiner, and sales club, Ralph Pack wood. Kirby and Carter Honored. Honorary membership in the organ ization was conferred on Maj. AA'ail lace W. Kirby, director of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, who. with George H. Carter, public printer: John J. Deviny, president of the AVashington Club of Printing House Craftsmen, and Merle Thorpe, editor of The Nation’s Business, were guests of the Typothetae. During the eve ning each of the guests was intro duced by President Eynon and made brief addresses appropriate to the oc casion. As a token of appreciation on the part of the organization for the ac complishments during the, adminis tration of the retiring president, he ■was represented with a handsome Per sian rug. Announcement was also | made last night that it was the twenty-fourth wedding anniversary of President and slrs. Eynon. which resulted in a rising vote of congratu-M lations to the couple. Popular songs were sung, accorn- i * shops FOUR SHOPS IN WASHIN3TON _ O°.£’^^SEVENTEEN SHOPS IN CHICAGO TWO SHOPS IN BALTIMORE ONE SHOP IN PHILADELPHIA El B The Incomparable | <Bamrn/oMm# | | J&oms, made, ftcmdiu/0 | I Their reputation H Fannie Max Washington Shops: j| = Fannie May 1010 E St. N.W. I = Candies 1406 N. Y. A VC. N.W. = |i Always Displayed 614 13th St. N.W. I = in Dainty • Tivoli Theater = EISEM AN’S 7th and F Streets N.W. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1924. affair was as follows: P. M, Becker, Jr., chairman: S. Percy Oliver, vice chairman; James D. Bligh, Dan V. Chisholm, Charles F. Crane, Will Dunn, Charles Edwards, Karl V. Eiker, Lee E. Eynon, Oscar Fauth, Cornelius Ford, Frank P. Howard, E. AV. Huguely, Ralph A. Packwood, George B. Kennedy, Sidney Oliver, Carroll C. Ross, Frank AV. Rowzee, William N. Schaefer, Franc. E. Shetry, Allan Smythe, Harry H. Stan ford, H. C. C. Stiles, Lewis M. Thayer and A1 I* Tennyson. The executive secretary of the organization is Ben Durr. Jumps Into Elver; Saved. Walter Sprigg, colored, 40, over, Md., Jumped Into the river from Highway bridge yesterday afternoon. His cries for help brought occupants of a motor truck, and he was dragged from the river. Thoroughly chilled and badly shocked, Sprigg was taken to Emerg ency Hospital by Sergt. A. I*. Marcey of the White House bolice force. Dr. Cohen examined the patient and found he had not been seriously affected. 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We don’t have brokers to pay, and, therefore, can sell you rich, fragrant 8 O’Clock Coffee for only— -33c lb. : Ell" 1 -‘inl ■ ■ :ripiP!ST""" ■ in £ Grimes Golden 41bs J9 C J Table Apples 45-lb. basket, $ 2 lO | —by a rare stroke of good luek we have secured 2,500 baskets of these wonderful eating apples. Great, big, luscious, ripe fruit, fit for any table. □i BBi -JsSIEIEII 113 3 Visit the New RED FRONT STORE at E 1 CONNECTICUT AVE. and MACOMB ST. [“ —OPEN— / J Saturday, October 4 L “I FREE—To the first 200 patrons on Opening Day, a pint bottle of Simp ton’s Buttermilk and a quart bottle of Perfection Ginger Ale. SPECIAL OFFER—To all patrons on Opening Day, 1 Loaf of Rice’s Bread, 9c. 3 2 LOAVES RICE’S BREAD, 10c There wifi also be interesting demonstrations by National Biscuit Co. and Rice, Schmidt Baking Co. nr - = _ 1 _ IPll _ u=imi i— iniJ=^—inr- inr -in 3E= —-=im— mr ini iwi . =iru =ir WILL RENAME GASKILL. Federal Trade Commissioner, Dem- ocrat, to Be Reappointed. President Coolldg© will make a recess appointment in the case of Nelson B. Gaskill, whose term as a member of the Federal Trade Commission expired last week. This was decided upon dur or Dinner Dance j7 h i Saturday, October 4 jII Starting at 7:30 P. M. Wardman Park Hotel THE PECK-MILLS ORCHESTRA BOERNSTEIN’S WARDMAN PARK Zmm ßpSi V HOTEL ORCHESTRA Call Columbia 2000 ing a conference today between the President and Senator Edge of New Jersey. ■ln making known this decision, fol lowing the conference, Senator Edge said he had not yet made up his mind whether or not he would approve giving Mr. Gaskill. who is from New Jersey and who was appointed to the commis sion by Woodrow Wilson, permanent ap pointment when the time comes to con • alder it. Would Save Old Ironsides. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J„ October 3. —Naval Veterans Post, No. 1, the nucleus recently formed In this city I BY THE LARGEST MANUFACTURER OF MEN S HOSIERY || a good sock! ■ 1 3M?r wtws" | H c and B H GET you home without a run j We interpret fashion with fidelity to effect and regard for individualness—wh ich makes our service truly personal. Suits of Distinctive Character —in a specially featured group — sso.°° Two and Three Button Single-breasted and Double breasted Sacks—designed with details that portray fash ion at its best —loose backs; wide shoulders; generous lapels; low pockets. Trousers either large or medium cut. Some of foreign weaves, others of the best of domestic looming—and in the exclusive Grays, Lavender tints, Browns, Blues, etc. Mode tailored. Take Your Tip for a Top Coat —in the Mode $35 —in Knlt-Tex S3O —in Richard Austin, London-made.. . S4O to S6O The Mode —F at Eleventh by Hear Admiral H. I* Hose and other retired naval officers for a nation wide organization of veterans of the Navy and Marine Corps, has sent tele grams to President Coolidge, Secre tary Wilbur and New Jersey senators and representatives urging preserva tion of Old Ironsides, which is re ported to be disintegrating at the Charles Town. Mass., navy yard.