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PREDICTS PAT RAISE
ABOVE WELCH RATE
_ I
Smith of Idaho Addresses
Federal Bar Association
Dinner.
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r*rr<H .or that Congress would enact
• salary increase bin raisin? G<"tm-,
ment p?v above Th* Welch act. was
made by Representative Addison Smith
Idaho, member of the Hons- civil serv
ice committee, last tveh' a’ th* Jun*
dinner of the Federal Bar A o-.r-f.-n
at the Hamilton Hotel
Mr Smith characterised the Welch
act as probable not so libers! as em- j
p’oyes wanted but h<* thought it well
to jet what was possible on the eve of |
election He promised hi* sid for j
further legislation next session.
Former Senator Thomas Sterling of |
South Dakota, reported that he still
heard rumors of the old spoils system,
but predicted that the rntl service had
been installed in the Government to i
atav. with "justice to the Government ,
and lust ice to employes." He hoped
the differences between the Personnel j
Classification Board and the controller !
general over administration of the
Welch ect "will be settled satisfactorily
for all" If the Welch a-t did not;
whollv meet the hopes of all employes,
he said, it was at least an appreeia
tion on the part of Congress."
Mat. William Wolff Smith, general
counsel of the Veterans' Bureau, paid
tribute to the place of lawyers in the:
Government service
Other speakers included Ephriam F j
Morgan, solicitor of the D-nartment of j
Commerce, and Robert S Healey, chief
counsel of the Federal Trad* Commis- ;
aion.
William F Valiance of the State De
partment, president of the association.
presided.
Announcement was made that the
association had adopted a resolution of i
a'jpreeiation for the Welch act. ex
pressing thanks to Senators Brookhart.
Smoot Dale. McKeMar and Bruce: Rep- j
resentatives l-eh'barh. Gibson. Wood
rum. Smith, Bachmann. Edith Hours*
Rogers, Moore snd Celler. and the j
newspapers of Washington.
The committee in charge consisted
e*f J Emcst Down in. Mat Charles W.
Freeman. F C. Bsggarly. Willis E. \
Monty. L. Paul Wining*. George A.
Werren and Capt. Thomas J Frailey. [
A musical program was offered by j
Mai Charl»s Trowbridge Tit'mann
Jam** D. Hayes and Miss Aimee Stein
met*.
ALEXANDRIA.

ALEXANDRIA. Va. June a <Bpeci*’i.'
—Prutes were awarded the honor stu
dents of Episcopal H&h School yester
day in Liggett Hall in connection with
the commencement week program. Nel
•cm Randolph Ruffin won the reading
prtee with James R. Kenan second.
John S Gravatt won the prise for ]
declamation with James R Kenan sec
ond. The Whittle prises for scholar
ship were won by Ashby Lee Baker. |
Julian T. Baker. William B. Bean,;
FTancis E. Carter, jr.: Francis S. Cham
bers. Arthur I. Chenoweth. Reginald C.
Conley. Peter Dabney. Richard M.
Daniel. Harry F Klinefelter, jr.; Henry
S. Wattles. 3d: John B. White. Davis;
Williams and William I Zimmer J
Others were: John prise. John T. Bur
weP. ;r.: Edward w Lane, jr.: Brad
ford McFadden. Jackson Mixaeli, Rich
mond Moore. Jr., and Stephen C. Walke
Meade prise. Robert B Nelson, Jr.; j
Henrv St. George Tucker, jr., and
Joseph P Webb. ?d Choir awards
Hundson Cary, jr.: J Segar Gravatt. J
Douglas Hubard. Nowell D. Nelms and
N Randolph Ruffin.
David ”*‘nney Putnam prise. Levin G j
Bbrere: Laird prise for excellency In
French. Richard P. Thomson: Papin
price for excellence in American his
ton and government, NeLson R. Ruffin; i
Quentin Roosevelt Memorial priae. Peter
Dabney; Blackisvne prise. Henry C.
Biackistone Jr.; William S. C. Nelson
and Robert G. Henry, jr: Stonewall
Tompkins Memorial prise for best work
In chemistry. B Hallis Hard
Athletic awards were mad* as fol- j
k»w* Best foot ball player. William S j
C. Nelson. Winchester, Va best base t
bail player. Benjamin B Pmder, jr..
Richmond: Thomas C Dulaney Cup.]
Benjamin H. Hand. Pelham. G*.: Rein- .
hart Medal. John C H. Bryant. Alex
andria C C Baldwin »r. Memorial j
Trophv. Henry C. Blactistone, Jr.,
Hampton. .
Award of Medals.
Presentation* of nrrdzl* were made as
follows Lancelot Minor Blackford
Medal for excellence in Latm, Cameron
F. Mcßae: Joseph Bruan Memorial
Medal for excellence in English. Nel
son R. Ruffin: Randolph Fairfax Me
morial Medal for excelled e in genera!
•*holar»hlp. Benjamin Hoill* Hand: ;
William Henry Laird prize for excel
lent* in English composition Nelson R
Ruffin: Llewellyn Hnxton Medal for
excellence In mathematics. Robert B
Kelwm. )• William Oamett Bibb Prize
Medal fo~ excellence in Shakespeare
Robert B Nelson jr H S Ltggrtt Me
morial Junior Medal for excellence in
general scholarship. Henry Starr j
We’tjea. 3d
J. F Wilson, who served the current ]
a# hoof term as director of athletics at
Alexandria High School has been ap
pointed superintendent of recreation of
the city bv City Manager Paul Morton.
H* will have charge of the playgrounds. ;
pooi* and tennis courts Aided bv a
sane of city employe* the new super- j
fnt/ndcri? began the wont of preparing
the four playgrounds of the city for
their opening which probable will be
within the next 10 da vs. The West
End p’ *vground will be moved to Hay
dor: Field, near *he municipal pools 1
TV court* and pool* are already
Opened.
freed* of Transfer filed.
Deed? of property transfers, placed
on record vjday in th* office of Elliott j
F Hoffman Gerk of Corporation Court, j
are a* follows Rebecca LaPorte and !
May LaPort# bo*b unmarried to J
ESevn* T LaPorte. house and lot a* 122 i
ftourtt Royal s’ree- fj g Grilltoortzer
ajrjd wife Carrie D Grilibortzer, to the
CP* Council » plot of ground on the .
we*t f of Hunting Cree k road John i
Marshall Francis arid wife. Dorllska 8
Frtnr s, to the Realty Investment A*
Be-'-ority Corporation lot ifff squat# %, \
aubdivl - ion of fumrmonl Park
Cameron ratiroad yard* located we t
of »hi* city in Fairfax. County Is now
nompSeVJy dismantled and the 20 rnlJe*
ft track which were laid at that yards
when it was rompleted in 1924 a! a
oci*’ of §500,000 have oecn removed
The yard* belonged to the Southern
Railway Co which discontinued -new
use after one year No dkooeition of
th* sit# has been determined
A petjt jury sitting in the Federal
Court for the eastern district of Vir
gin;* he/e yesterdev acquitted Strother
B MeGuln indicted by * grand Jurv
of a charge of depredation of United
S»a»es mails The rout* is to adjourn
this afternoon afts* dispoaing of *
fiuirher of rjvH case*
The Alexandria Medi*ai Society heard
•n adds**> by f)r J Lawn Thnmpawi
of the staff of Provider.'a. Hospital at
Washington <*w night at it* meeting
In the George Mason Hotel
Funeral mrvieer for Jurat t V/ Wool!*, :
44 -.ears old vho died yesterday at hh
rarddenr# 412 Wilkes street, will hi
Field tomorrow. He j* survived by h!
wife and moth#! Mm Stephen Wool)*
H# wa* a son of the late Stephen
Worslie
l*» Sociefi# der 40 Ho mines at SI
jChevaux Voltpre No 534 v«fff
h* d a wreck a: Armory Hall June
“ Ten candidates •. IJ) b* inina'ed .
fnere efer a henouet at the George l
o Mora*.
IRAREPLANTSSEEN
AT PLOWED SHOW
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Annual Exhibit Valued Above
Million —Du Pont Orchids
on Display.
i
The hall of nations of the Washing
ton Vlotel was transformed into a gar
den of beauty and color today, with the
I opening of the fifth annual Spring ex
hibition of the American Horticultural
Skvieiv
Fiehtv-six classes are entered, with
fire States and the District of Colum
bia represented. Eight local garden
dubs hate displays. The value of the
exhibition is unofficially placed we’l
| shove the million-dollar mark. The
j display of orenids clone is declared \o
he worth many thousands of dollars.
1 in th* collection of tropical orchids,
displayed by Mr* W. K dn Pont of Wil-
I minston. Del . there is one plant valued
a? JIC.OOO and k* said to ire th? only
: plant of its kind in tlv* world The
dn Pont orchid collection sv aluc i*
I placed at 530 .000
In the rose exhibits are 1o be found
the "Mrs. Calvin Coolidge." a beautiful
• \e!low rose; the ‘ Henry Ford." also a
new yellow rose and th* "Mrs F. R
Pierson." The Walter Reed Hospital
veterans have entered a large group
of roses and oth'r perennials.
Offers Trophy.
A spocip! garden club trophy, rio
j nat?d by Mrs. E B McLean, will be
: awarded to th» garden club with th*>
greatest number of points secured in
the show-
One of the attractive exhibits is that
lof the Community Garden Clttb of
Rockville, Md. which displays a two
story red-roofed house, landscaped with
evergreens, with real vegetables grow
ing in the miniature garden and with
live rosebushes in the grounds The
j Takoma Horticultural Club has an ar
tistic arrangements of Irises, rose* and
j peonies; while th" Hyattsville Horticul
tural Club displays a garden spot, Th”
Woodridge Garden Club has its name
I swelled out in oink roses, while the
Chevy Chase Club has an arbor of
roses.
Mrs. Frank B. Noyes and Mrs. Mc-
Leen are exhibiting in table decora
tions.
Peony collections have been put on
f display by Dr. E. B. White of Kenxmg-
I ton. Md.; Dr. Howard R. Wxtkins of
. Somers-t. Md. and George W. Peyton
jof Rapidsn, Va. The White collection
was unofficially valued at ttfiOrtO. while
the Pevton collection s value was put at
SI,OOO.
Fifty varieties of roses are in the col
lection of Dr Whitman Cross of Cnevv
Chss®. Md. There are 75 varieties of
Irises in the display of Dr. E. W. Siieeis
: of Washington.
Open Tonight.
Th*s morning was spent in arrang
irtg the displays and judging the vari
ous entries and at 2 o'clock this atter
: noon the doors were thrown open to
* the nubile until 10 o'clock tonight. Th
exhibition will be In progress tomorrow
t from 9 a.m. to 10 pm. and tne public
will likewise be admitted tomorrow.
The gaidcn clubs entered for th?
I trophy are: Takoma Horticultural Club.
Georgetown Garden Club. Community
Garden Club of Rockville. Hyattsville
Horticultural Club Burletth Garden
Club. Chevy Chase Garden Club. Chew
Chase Terrace Community Association
; and the Woodridge Garden Club. The
American Horticultural Society will
award medals and certificates to all
prize winners and the American Rose
Society has offered silver and bronze
medals. Many noted growers and
: nurserymen have offered other award*.
Private and professional horticultur
ists from Washington. Maryland Vir
ginia. New York, New Jersey and Penn
slyvania are participating. The Amer
ican Horticultural Society, which is
sponsoring the exhibition, in a national
organization with permanent headquar
ters here, and is devoted to the interests
i of horticulture.
Oroups in the exhibition follow: Peo
nies. roses, iris, herbaceous plants, an
nual and perennial: orchids water
lilies, wild flowers, woody plants and
other ornamntals, flower arrangement*
and dining table decorations,
i The list of guarantors for the show
j follows; Miss Mary McD. Beirne. Mrs.
S Charles J. Bell. Mrs. T. Janney Brown
Louis Burke Whitman Cross. Mrs. P. 8.
du Pont. Edw’ard Earle, Miss Allie M
j Fechtig. Mrs Louis A. Frothmgham.
j Samuel H. Oowans. Edward F. Grot
; lisch. V. E Grotllsch. H E Howe. C.
! Keur * Sons. William H Lutton Co.,
Mr and Mrs. F L Mulford Thomas A
Mcßeth Mrs Frank B. Noyes. National
Federation of Garden Clubs. George
Peyton. Mr*. Herbert L Satterlee. J
Marion Shull Mr* Charles D. Walcott.
. Capt. Chester Weils and Miss Catherine
Weaver.
The patronesses with committee
members were:
Patronesses—Mrs Robert Woods Bll**
Mrs Avery Coonley. Mr*. A
Frothingham. Mrs Francis King Mr*.
Frederick A Parkhurst. Mr*. H L. Sat
terlee. Mrs. Charle* H. Stout. Miss
Orace Sturtevant Mrs Mary V. Wal
cott Mr* William L Weaver Mis* Marv
McD Beirne, Mr* Floyd Harrl*. Mr*.
G E Wood
Reception committee—Mm. Chester
Wells chairman: Mrs Charie* J Bel'.
’ Mr*. T. Janney Brown. Mrs. Giuts Herd*,
Mr* L Helen Fowler. Mrs. John Ihlder,
MK* Margaret Caldwell Lancaster. Mrs
w P Reinohl. Mrs. Frank B Noves.
Exhibition committee—David Lums
den chairman: G. E Anderson. Axel
Sommer. I Marion BhuJi Otto Bauer,
P L. Mulford V E Orotlisch. Mrs K.
Remohl Dr H J. Haskell, Mrs John
i Ihlder, Mis* M C Lancaster, Dr E.
W Bhefts Mis* Laura Ann Wadsworth,
Officers and director* of th® Ameri
can Horticultural Society are Frederick
L Atkin* president Rutherford N J :
F L Mulford, vice ore>ident. WaslilMg
ton Mrs Frances King, vice prf vlnen’,
Alma Mich.; Otto Bau-r treasurer,
Washington National Horticultural
Magazine B V Morrison editor Ta
koma P»rk. Md Mbs M C. Lancaster
advertising manager, Takoma Park,
Director*- -G, E Anderson.
Washington; Miss Mary McD B-irnr
A»h!*nd Va Mrs L. 11, Row
let, Washington Mrs. Mortimer Fox
' Nev York Cltv V F Grotltseh fill-.ee
Bpring Md ; Harrison F Howe Wa h
ißgton. Joseph J. Lane, New York City
I A P Launders Clinton, N Y O H
Rchrocder. Faribault Minn,; J C Wi*.
ter Philadelphia pa
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THE EYEXIXG STAR. WASHINGTON. T). C- WEDNESDAY, .TUNE C. Ifl2B.
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY OPENS SPRING SHOW
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Ml** Urine Purer!! s*alrcl undrr thr arrli thr rntranrr of t!ir Hflh inmfll
Spring r\hihllion of thr Amer»t an llottiMi!(ui;i! Society at thr Washington Hotel.
“RUMP CONVENTION”
HIT BY UNION MINERS
relegation Seeks Opinion of Lewis
as to "Legality'' of Scranton
Pat ley.
Br the Associated Pres*
INDIANAPOLIS. June fi - Repre
sentatives of District No. I. United Mine
Workers of America, were held today
seeking from John L. Lew**, Interna
tional president, an opinion on thr
legality of a "rump” convention held
recently at Scranton. Pa., which elected
new officers for the district.
The delegation, headed bv Rinaldo
Capellini, president of the district or
ganization, planned to lay before the
union head evidence regarding the
manner of holding and ( ailing the con
vention in which the insurgents de
clared the present district officers
ousted and proceeded to elect others.
The insurgent group was said to be
dissatisfied because Capellini had failed
to take a stand against the practice of
"contract mining” in the district,
whereby an operating company at? res
to pav the contractor a staled amount
for each ton of coal mined, and the
contractor hires men to mine the coal
Capellini and hi? faction contend the
Scranton convention was illegal becau.se
it was pot called by the regular!v elect
ed officers. Thr insurgents claim s!m-c
a majority of the local unions in the
district wore represented thr conven
tion was legal.
At international headquarters it was
considered doubtful whether President
Lewis would declare himself on the con
vention s authority io elect officers. The
manner of holding the convention, it
was said would have to be measured by
provisions of the constitution of the ,
United Mine Workers.
I
To Close an Estate
Gentleman’s Country Home
For Sale Furnished
At a Sacrifice
Slu'ltfT Tt'iracc pnipcrtN »*f thr l.iit*
Mevrr S. Hess, LticatPfl nn hraneb ut (he
Smitli Riv rr, near atcr, Md. Almut
an acre of ground. Water t*u inn sides,
Imjirovrtl witli modern house, niceh fur
uished; two hathrooms. innate, ehieken
liuiise. wharf, ele. Meiiulilul shruhhery
ami fruit trees. W ill he sold eomplelelv
tiunished. Must he sold (|uiekly to elo e
an estate, li interested, adtlress
Chas. F. lee
Annapoli», Md.
v. 1 - -' juu!ijp|»gr mm: mrrr,.zzT3smtmEMgßmaKl
FRIENDSHIP PLANE
READY FOR HOP-OFF
WHEN WIND SHIFTS
(Continued from First Page.)
has been mentioned. And Levine, own
er of th? Columbia, svicl the plane was
not yet ready, despite the report of T
Harold "Doc” Kinkode, Wright motor
expert, that it was all set for the ocean
flight.
Mbs Rax he is not rushing her prep
arations. “Not later than July 15” was
all sh“ would say when pressed for a
possible starting t!a;e. Sh? said her
new plane had only been flown for six
hr in s. and that at least 30 more hours
of test living must be done before she
would take off. She also has not an
nounced a selection of a companion
pilot.
A change for the worse in the next
36 hours over the ocean route the
Friendship must travel was predicted
last night by Dr. James H Kimball.
heßd of the New York Weather Bu
reau.
Chokers Made §£? j
Brine in your o;it-of-r'«tr q ■ !
c , it-* itnd will reniotM
them in (lie ln!.**t style*.
New England Furriers
ErVi tr.mtn Sherman. Prop.
SIS tub m Praaklla CU J
171 TOC STORED AND j
rC/IW REMODELED
Guaranteed vaul’s Expert. Eur work |
Fi** ,xto-»ae wt h riery reroodelin* .‘ok [
115 and up.
NEW ENGLAND FURRIERS
Bfnfi9*nln Sherman. Prop
GIS \*>lh SI. Franklin 6.1 &5
! BISHOP M’DOWELL
! AGAIN HEADS BOARD
j
Re-elected President, of M. E.
Church Temperance Organization
He Has Served 17 Years.
Bishop William Fraser McDowell of
Ills city has been re-elected president
f the Board of Temperance, Prohibition
ttd Public Morals of (he Methodist
Episcopal Church, a position he has
held for 17 years.. It was announced to
day by Dr. Clarence True Wilson, cor
■ tespondlng secretary, who also an
nounced the election of the following
members of Congress as advisory mem
bers of the board:
i Senator Charles S Denern, Illinois;
I "enator .Simeon D Fess, Ohio; Repre
sentative Willis C Hawley, Oregon;
j Representative Homer Horh, Kansas;
1 Representative T. J. B Robinson, Iowa;
i Representative Addison T. Smith. Idaho,
i-nd Represent a tive John W. Summers,
! Washington. Other members are Bishop
| James Cannon, Jr., and Thomas H.
| i ewls of this city and Judge Charles A.
! Pollock of Fargo, N. Dak
Aclive members p,tr: Robert T Bal-
J Unger, Philadelphia, Pa.: Howard D.
, Brewer. Worcester. Mass.; Rev. Harry
W. Burgan, Baltimore. Md : Dr. Ar
thur C. Christie. Washington. D. C.;
Rev. John H. Daugherty. Williamsport.
Pa.; William T. Gatliher, Washington,
D, C.; Rev. Stephen J. Herben New
York. N. Y.: William Newton. Jackson,
Salisbury, Md.; John C. Letts, Wash
i Ington. D. C : George W. Olmstead,
j Ludlow. Pa.: J. C. Penney. New York
City; Judge Charles A. Pollack. Fargo,
N Dak.; John Rain# Rainelle. W. Va :
j Arthur H. Sapp. Huntington. Ind.:
j Rev. Frederick H. Spence Jackson.
Mich.; Rev. Morris E. Swartz Sun
hury. Pa,: Rev. John W Vickerman.
Bellevue, Pa.: Rev. Edward S. Weaver
Lima. Ohio, and Rev. Ernest S. Wil
j bams, Baltimore. Md
I Dr. Wilson also announced the fol
j lowing staff: Dr. Clarence True Wil
i on. general secretaiy: Deets p'.eke’t.
j research secretary; Dr. George Merk
j lenburg. extension secretary: Dr. Ray-
I morn) V Johnson, field secretary: Ar
thur C. Howard. Sumter, S. C.. secre
tary. for work among colored people,
and Steward Patterson, secretary young
people's work.
VICTIM OF ASSAULT
SUCCUMBS IN HOSPITAL
Assailant. Fie# After Forfeiting
Bond. Rearrested—Charges
Expected Today.
Victim of an assault on May 30
George Bowling, colored. 30, 633 K
street southeast, died today in Freed
j men's Hospital. His alleged assailant,
Clarence Dorsey, colored. 33. 629 K
street southeast, had been perm'ited to
forfeit $lO collateral when it was be
i lieved Bow ling would recover. Dorsey
I was rearrested yesterday.*
j Bowling was struck in the head by
a brick, alleged to have been thrown by
. Dorsey. Formal charges were expected
! to be lodged against Dorsey today.
Exceptional Reductions
Characterize Our
Semi-Annual Sale
An unusual opportunity to secure frowns,
coats, suits and millinery of the very highest
type—all from our Regular Stock—at prices
that insure substantial savings.
Remarkable Suit Values
A Limited Somber Only
$l5O Values $155 Values
Reduced to Reduced to
*BS *65
Smart Coats $125 & SIOO
Values Up to $225
Suitable for dress, street wear and travel.
/ EMPLOYERS^
In the District of Columbia
| THE WORKMAN’S COMPENSATION LAW |
!fi RECENT IA PASSED NY CONGRESS
BECOMES EFFECTIVE
| JULY Ist I
Every Employer Is Compelled to Provide
Compensation for Disability or Death
|j Resulting From Injury to Employes
I A Fine~oT SI,OOO I
Will Be Assessed for Failure
,■,] to Comply by (UI.Y l, 1 **2S
We Wililiuure You jj
Against Loss
Ear Lull Information Consult jf
Insurance Dept .
| SOss^fHELPS
HI AI.TORS
L If r /mure Lverythiu/t InxHinbti'
V MI7 k St. Main ‘MOO
ini in
Flight Barker
LADV FREDERICK GUEST.
Wife of the rommantltr of the British
Air Forres, who is the barker of the
proposed transatlantic flight of VVil
mer Stiillz anil Amelia Earhart. Shortly
after the hop-off for Trepassev, It was
said Lady Guest had paid Slb.Oftft to
ward the purchase of the plane. Lady
Guest was Miss Amy Phipps, daughter
of Henry Phipps, millionaire, before
her marriage 22 years ago.
Women now outnumber the nun In
Germany by 2,100,00 ft, compared with
800,000 before the war, says a Berlin
report.
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Borrow.
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SIBO $15.00
$240 $20.00
SSOO $25.00
$560 $50.00
$540 $45.00
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your *igh* niav rr-ul* jn its irnpairrnent. Prevent
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and acrurately a«rrrtam the e\e't rondition and pr<*
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This thoroughly charming detached "tone
residence is being offered tor sale at what we
consider an exceptional price. It was built
individually and has the refinement and set
ting that comes with studied architectural
knowledge. The grounds are beautifully
landscaped, and the house is perfect in every
detail.
On the first floor there is a large living
room, dining room, music room, entrance hall,
kitchen and butler's pantry. C'»nt closet and
lavatory. The second floor contains four
especially attractive master's sleeping rooms,
each of which communicates with a hath.
There is an attic over the entire house, and the
basement contains servants' quarters, two-car
built-in garage, furnace and storage room, etc.
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TIMF. BY CONSULTING IS
STONE AND FAIRFAX
TEN HUNDRED AND EIGHT CONNECTICUT AVE.
COMPENSATION
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At a
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It will fHiv you to rail 11% for rates before
placing your If orkmens Coat pen sat ion Insur
ance in accordance nith the laic which hecomr
effective July Ist.
Our com/tanies are authorized to write Com
pensation coverage by the l nited States Em
ployes Compensation Commission. and nr will
issue standard form policies subject to substan
tial dividend refunds, which will materially re
dure the cost of this insurance.
THE MUTUAL
INSURANCE AGENCY
ALBERT R. PETERS t HAS. At. BOTFI.ER
President Secretary
Mutual Eire Insurance Building
I.TOI H Street N.W.
Call “THE Ml IT VI/’—Alain 6090
For Complete Information
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... coming to Atlantic City to keep
your health or subsequently being
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don't forget your dubs.
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