SUPPORTED BY C.E.
Adopts Resolution Asking
Ban on Commercial
By the Associated Press.
PORTLAND, Ore., July 10.—The
United States Society of Christian
Endeavor went on record at Its bi
ennial convention here yesterday
against commercialized Sunday sports
and amusements. The general as
sembly adopted a resolution declaring
“unequivocally in favor of Saboath
observance,’’ and pledging itself to
work for such observance.
Members are urged to use their in
fluence to make Sunday a day of
“rest, worship and home life."
President Coolidge was commended
in another resolution for refusing to
sanction Armistice day as mobiliza
"We also approve his suggestion to
relate Armistice ‘day definitely with
those of peace,” says the resolution,
“and we indorse the President's sug
gestion to mobilize the patriotic senti
ment and strength of our people on
the Fourth of July and are heartily
with him in his generous and states
man-like utterances with regard to
the great problems confronting us
in the Far East.”
Deplore Naval Maneuvers.
The delegates deplored naval ma
neuvers executed at such places and
in such ways to awaken suspicion in
the minds of other nations as to the
peaceful intentions of the United
States. A resolution held it “incon
sistent for this Nation to talk peace
and then to have the naval and mili
tary forces even to appear to prove
“The divorce evil” was scored by
H. J. Shartle of Boston, who said di
vorce courts would be deprived of
business if men and women would
adopt Christian Endeavor standards
for home life.
The convention closed last night
with a consecration service, at which
Dr. Francis E. Clarke, president
MAGNETO FiRMS FIGHT.
One Sues Other for Alleged Viola
tion of Purchase Rights.
NEW YORK, July 10 04*).—The
American Bosch Magneto Corporation
began suit in equity in the court yes
terday against the Robert Bosch Mag
neto Co., Inc., alleging violation of the
rights it acquired by purchase of the
Bosch Magneto Co. from the alien
property custodian and unfair com
A permanent injunction against the
Robert Bosch Magneto Co., Inc., and
a decree that it be compelled to turn
over back profits and pay damages
The organizer and head of the Rob
ert Bosch Co., is Otto Heins, former
president of the Bosch Magneto Cor
poration, which has now become the
the American Bosch Magneto Corpo
WOMAN, 80, BACK AT WORK
Returns From Honors Paid Her at
ROCHESTER. N. Y., July 10 (*>).—
After being feted and honored at the
Norse-American centennial at St.
Paul, Minn., Miss Georgianna Lar
sen. 80 years old. Is back at her dally
tasks a few feet from the site on
which her father, Lars Larsen, the
first Norwegian settler in Rochester,
built his home in the new world
nearly 100 years ago.
Miss Larsen’s father was the leader
of the first band of Norwegian Immi
grants to America in 1825. Accom
panied by Herr Vosburg of Buffalo,
Miss Larsen made the trip to St.
Paul to celebrate with her father’s
countrymen the anniversary of the
first Norse settlement In America.
Saturday Store Hours Beginning: This Week —
Our 7th St. and Q St. Stores—9 to 2 Our 9th St. and Pa. Ave. Stores—9 to 6
Sales m All Depts.
WOMEN’S *5.95 child’s $3.50 ( “FLORSHEIM”
& *6.95 SHOES and $4 Shoes MEN’S SHOES
IXTEARLY all your va- Shoes red “, c 'a ! , ft rar '
cation shoe needs. G s patterns our highest <S***N JS3?
Whites, blacks, colors — grades for small boys and
I in over 40 of our most girls, emphatically reduced! ©
popular patterns—re- All sizes to 11. ®
duced to $3.75! But Larger Sizes that were x
you’ll have to come ear- * $4.50 to $5.50, now
ly tomorrow! *3.45 Were *lO & *l2 \
(Not at our G St. Store) (Not at our G St. Store)
& many deduced only
$lO to $12. 50 S / i4/1 ° nce in ..
Shoes i this is the “oncer
any So you’ll save
' money by choos
& /y # M ing. yours tomor
row! Our entire
A N ° e ™“. - Cor. 7tK & K Sts. stocks—low shoes
r . 414 9th St. N.w. arid high included!
StelK"' "City Club Shaf 1914-16 Pa. Ave.
(At all our Stores) 1318 G St. 233 Pa. Ave. S.E. (At all our Stores)
ONCE UPON A TIME The Three Bears V. BY W. J. ENRIGHT
J J BUB he bi& bear saw thc spoon in his bolh. and sa 1 > went into the stt-ting- room
—. -aV m srowled, SOMEBODY HAS BETETN I£9bUt whc.ni the little bear looked at tme bio beac ■said, "somebody has BEEN sitting
lIjHE three: BEARS PINISHBD THEIRSTROLi. T'ASTING’ MYPO!SR.IDGEr' HIS BOWUHEPYPEDINHISSMALLSHRILL VOICE. IN MV CHAtftCTHE MIDDLE. -SIZED REAP SAID,
AND WENT INTO THE KITCHEN TO EATTHEIB ANPTWC MIDDLE BE At? SAW THE SPOON IN "sdiME BODY HAS BEEN TASTING MY PORRID&E "SOMEBOOY HAS BEEN SITTING IN MV CHAIR.!* AND
PORRIDGE. HER BOWL AND SAID, AND HAS EATEN TT ALL Upf* YHC LITTLE BEAR CRIED " SOMEBODY MAS
SOMEBODY HAS BEEN MY ■ c McQur4 Newspaper Syndicate BEENSITT ,NG IN MV CHAIR AND BROKEN HALL IN
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Henry Sullivan Chosen President
to Succeed Brewood—Phila
delphia Next City.
Henry Sullivan of Milwaukee was
elected president of Engravographia,
otherwise known as the National As
sociation of Steel and Copper Plate
Engravers, at the closing session of
a four-day convention at the Wash
ington Hotel yesterday. Mr. Sullivan
succeeds A. H. Brewood of this city
as head of the organization.
W. J. Ecka of St. Louis was chosen
vice president: M. J. Bournique of
New York, treasurer: Theodore A.
Isert of New York, secretary, and ex
ecutive committee. Louis Bockman,
Chicago: George Buzza, Minneapolis;
C. C. Gill, Denver: L. J. Sears, Toledo,
and Joseph M. Hausler qf this city.
Philadelphia was selected by the
convention as the meeting place next
The delegates, 160 in number, se
lected a new style letter for engrav
ing for the coming year. It is a slop
ing letter on the Italic order and is
described as a form of French script.
A name has not yet been chosen for
it. The style was selected from 21
designs offered in a contest. The al
phabet submitted by \V. B. Hunt of
Boston was awarded first prize and he
was presented with $250 by the con
The engravers this afternoon are go
ing on a tour of the city and then will
repair to Great Falls for dinner and
Sergt. Shelly Retired.
Sergt. James Shelly, 25th Infantry,
at Douglas, Ariz., has been placed on
the retired list of the Army on ac
count of age.
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In one minute —Juat that qulck-the p«ln to
gone. Dr.Bcholl’a Zlno-pad la the safe, sure,
healing method to relieve painful corna. Pre
vents the pressure and rubbing of tight
ahoeo —the cause of corna. Unfailing in
its action. The results are Immediate. Cost
but a trifle. At all drug and shoe stores.
Put one on—the pain is gone
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, s D. C., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1925
Boom Will Rogers
For Governor , Is
By the Associated Press.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.. July
10.—A reported movement to en
tice Will Rogers, cowboy actor,
from the footlights along Broadway
and make him a candidate for
Governor of Oklahoma next year
was looked at askance by Okla
homa politicians yesterday.
The project was reported last
night from Bartlesville, where it
was said a definite plan to in
dorse Rogers for the Democratic
nomination was being formed.
A statement from Rogers in re
gard to the affair is awaited be
fore the “boom" is started, how
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FACTIONS IN CLASH.
Anti-Fasfeists Protest Honors Paid
BUENOS AIRES, July 10 OP).—The
arrival here yesterday of Lieut.
Antonio Locatelli, Italian airman and
Fascist deputy in the Italian Cham
ber, brought about a clash between
Mussolini sympathizers welcoming
Locatelli and anti-Fascist groups
when the aviator landed from the
steamer which brought him from Eu
Several persons were injured.
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HAY FEVER VICTIMS
WARNED OF DANGER
Clinic of Emergency Hospital
Notes Near Approach of Au
The hay fever clinic of Emergency
Hospital today issued a warning to
victims of this malady that in about
a month the autumnal hay fever will
begin and that persons susceptible of
the pollination of the ragweeds should
begin treatments in order that they
may be terminated before the opening
of the season. Hay fever subjects
whose symptoms appear In mid-Au
gust are advised by the clinic to start
preventive treatment at once.
For those who cannot seek other
climes the clinic urges 15 to 20 doses
of the extract of the pollen to which
the victim is sensitive. “His toler
ance,” said the announcement today,
"Is thereby Increased for the very
Eyes Examined for Glasses. If
treatment found necessary we will
so advise you.
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poison which causes symptoms of dis
tress.” The course of treatment
should terminate before the begin
ning of the season.
“In addition to the preventive
treatments there are other precau
tions which the average hay-fever sub
ject will do well to observe at all
times. It Is a curious fact that chill
ing of the body will provoke an at
tack of hay fever, even though the
victim may not have inhaled any
"Exposure to electric fans and riding
in automobiles with the windshield up
are the most common causes of sud
den chlllihg of the body. Exposure to
irritating fumes and to cigarette
smoke will also, In many instances,
usher in violent attacks of sneezing.”
In a few days the hay fever season
due to the pollens of the grasses, will
dose officially, the clinic states. It
added that this type of disease now
in force is erroneously called “rose
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fever.” The autumnal hay fever will
continue until the advent of frost. Al
though the ragweeds are the chief
causes of autumnal hay fever In the
United States, there are several other
late-blooming plants which may also
excite symptoms, the clinic added.
The disease, the clinic declared, is
regarded by the medical profession as
the most serious of non-fatal maladies.
About 2 per cent of the population of
the United States are affected.
Charged Clothesline Kills Woman.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
HUNTINGTON, W. Va , July 10.—
Mrs. G. H. Falck, 37 years old, was
electrocuted here when she touched
a wire clothesline which had been
charged by contact with a light socket.
The light socket was of a combina
tion, hanging in a cord on the back
porch, and the center socket had been
used for an electric iron previously.
Ordered to School.
Capt. Frederic F. Freeh, 4th En
gineers, at Fort Bragg, N. C., has been
ordered to Fort Humphreys, Va., for
duty as a student at the Engineer
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And the same famous recording
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Ben Sc Ivin
The Three Jolly Miners
McKenzie’s Kandy Kids
Earl and Bell
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REAR ADMIRAL PRATT
TO HEAD WAR COLLEGE
Will Succeed Hear Admiral Wil
lard, Who Becomes Commander
Rear Admiral William V. Pratt, re
cently in command of the 4th Battle
ship Division, has been selected to
command the Naval War College at
Newport, R. I. Orders assigning him
to that post are expected to be issued
upon the return of Secretary Wilbur
to Washington next month.
Rear Admiral Arthur Willard has
been ordered to command the recent
ly created 3rd Light Cruiser Division
of the scouting fleet, and will run
up his flag on the Detroit at Boston
the middle of this month. He has
been on duty during the last year at
the Naval War College.
The Light Cruiser Division includes,
in addition to the flagship Detroit, thp
Raleigh, Milwaukee and Cincinnati
It will remain in north Atlantic
waters about two months and then
go to Guantanamo for target practice.
Assigned to Active Duty.
Maj. Overton C. Luxford. Adjutant
General's Department Reserve, of this
I city,, has been assigned to active dutv
in training in the office of the ad
'jutant general. War Department.
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