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New Hampshire Are. at Emerian f
st. N.W., «r Phone Columbia 6«54 4
WE ARE PLEASED
to invite you to
The Calverton Apartment House
1673 Columbia Koad
(Corner Quarry Road)
to see if the rental atent on prem
ises can suit you in one of the newly
S to S room and bath
Prices Very Reasonable
6 rooms, oak floors through
out, built-in tub and shower,
double rear porches. Concrete
front porch with brick pillars,
built-in garage, instantaneous
hot-water heater, laundry trays
and toilet in basement.
Small Cash Payment and
$55.00 per month
Higbie, Richardson &
816 15th St. N.W.
Pronina* Geortla 4415
SEPTEMBER ■ 22
RADIO. . .
jSEE SPECIAL AMBASSADOR.
SECTION IN SUNDAY POST.
ROOF REPAIRING, PAINTING, eutterinf.
spoutlnt. furnace* repaired and cleaned,
damp-proofing walla; reasonable prices.
North 5314. day or niaht. Ajax Roofing Co.,
3038 18th st. n.w.
LONG - DISTANCE MOVINO -WE HAVE
been keeplns faith with the public since
1888 Ask about our country-wide service
Call National 9330. DAVIDSON TRANSFER
A STORAGE CO.
CHAIRS RESEATED IN~GENUINE RUSH;
price reasonable. EDWARD HEEMAN. 814
Bth n.w. Franklin 1813-J 35*
WANTED—A RETURN LOAD OF FURNl
ture from New York, Philadelphia and
Boston. Mass. SMITH'S TRANSFER A
STORAGE CO. _
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
debts contracted by any one other than my
self. HARRY L LACEY, 515 Kenyon st.
'THE FOLLOWING CARS ARE TO BE SOLD
for charaes at Weschler's public auction on
Saturday. October 5:
Hupmobolle Tourina. taas No. U-7855, left
by Mr. Lewis Sweetney.
Chalmers Tourina. Md. taas No. 114113,
left by Mr. R. J. Winston.
CALL CARL. INC.. 614 H at, n.w.
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
bills unless contracted by myself. MBRB
PITH A. PALMER. 1430 Columbia rd. »
ALL GRADUATES AND FORMER STU
dents of Intleslde Seminary, BurkevlUe. Va..
are requested to meet tor organization on
Wednesday, September 25, 7:30 p.m., at
818 13th st. n.e
Tell us when and we’ll move your furni
ture and take mighty good care of It at low
coat. A telephone call will save you time
and trouble. NATIONAL DELIVERY ASSN.,
INC. Phone National 1460.
From WINCHESTER. VA Sept. 24th
From PHILADELPHIA Sept. 25th
From PHILADELPHIA Sept. 37th
To CHARLOTTESVILLE Sept. 26-28
From CHARLOTTESVILLE Oct. 4-7
Get our return-load rates to or from any
UNITED STATES BTORAOE CO.. INC.,
418 10th St. N.W. Metropolitan 1645.
A Printing Service
—offering exceptional facilities
fer a discriminating cliantala
The National Capital Press
1310-1313 D ST. N.W. Phone National 0650.
ROOFING —by Koons
Slaa Roofing. Tinning.
Roof Painting and Re
pairs. Tborouah, sln
• cere work by practical
roofers. Let us esti
VATIMC Rooflni District 0823.
JvWv/INO company 119 3rd Bt. B.W.
Steam, Vapor and Water
W. K. PACE
1340 Bth St. N.W. Met. 5834 ;
SAVE MONEY "
—on new made-to-order window shades.
Oet our low factory prices now. rheae Lin.
KLEEBLATT ‘iS. S.«*
WiniUw Shades and Screens. Phene Lin. 070.
Oriental and Chinese Rugs
by Public Auction, within our Oriental Rut
Oallery, October Ist. 3nd end 3rd. at 3 P.M.
and 6 P.M. each day. Large assortment.
INSPECTION OF THESE RUGS^Sept.26,.37.
36 and 36. Open evenings UNITED STATES
StAra nw nfy. 4iS.4M inth St, Met. 1043.
TRIAL NEARING END
Expert Witnesses Examined
After Answering 1,500-Word
Question on Death Cause.
By the Associated Press.
LOS ANGELES, September 20
Efforts of the prosecution to prove that
Mrs. Lois Pantages, wife of Alexander
Pantagis, vaudeville impressario, was
Intoxicated when her automobile col
lided with a car driven by Juro Roku
moto last June, and that the death of
the Japanese a few days later was a
direct result of the accident, ap
proached a climax today.
Mrs. Pantages Is on trial In Superior
Court In charges of second-degree
murder. District Attorney Buron Fitts
threw defense plans Into apparent tem
porary confusion yesterday by person
ally entering the case and winning,
after a dramatic appeal to the court,
permission to reopen the State’s case.
Fitts asked and was granted an oppor
tunity to propound to physicians testi
fying for the State a 1,500-word hypo
thetical question asked of defense
physicians by Max Steuer, chief de
fense counsel. The defense physicians
testified that Rokumoto died under an
anaesthetic administered during an
operation subsequent to the accident
and that his injuries did not contribute
to his death.
A spirited clash between Fitts and
Steuer marked the State’s argument
for admission of State testimony on the
hypothetical question propounded first
by the defense.
“Let us not forget,” said Fitts, “after
everything is said and done, that
Rokumoto would be alive today had it
not been for Mrs. Pantages here. It is
not the doctor who administered the
anaesthetic who is the murderer, but
Mrs. Pantages sat silent under the
denunciation, but Steuer leaped to his
“A mob speech,” he shouted, “not
worthy of an officer who is sworn to
uphold the law.”
Later, after Judge Carlas Hardy had
granted the district attorney's plea to
be allowed to re-examine State wit
nesses on the defense’s hypothetical
question as to the cause of death, tears
streamed down Mrs. Pantages’ cheeks
as five physicians flatly contradicted
the defense testimony.
Steuer, in cross-examination, failed
in an attempt to adduce from the doc-
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Apartments of from one to four
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Semi-hotel service in operation
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THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON. D. C„ FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1929.
OOLOGAH, Okla.—The foot ball
season Is on, and here Is as pathetic
a note as I ever read. It’s by Gil
Dobie, and head coach at Cornell:
The future of Cornell as a class A
college Is entirely in the hands of
the faculty. If they are going to
be bull-headed and insist on the
students studying and carrying on
a lot of lessons and getting their
minds and time off what they are
here for, why we will finish where '
all other narrow-minded colleges |
finish, in the cellar. But if they
wake up, like Notre Dame, Call- j
fornia and Princeton, and realize It’s
touchdowns we want and not de
grees, It’s future coaches we want
to turn out and not college presi
dents, then only will Cornell return
to Us proud place among prosperous
universities. But I can do nothing.
It's all In the hands of the faculty.
BIG HOTEL SYNDICATE
IS FORMED IN NEW YORK
Proposes to Acquire Control of 12
Hostelries in United States
Bt the Assoelkted Press.
NEW YORK. September 30.—The
proposed acquisition of 12 leading hotels
in the United States and Canada has
been announced by a new company
organized under the name of United In
ternational Hotels, Inc. In addition to
these hotels, the company will have
management agreements and purchase
options on 10 other hotels, the whole
of these properties having a capacity .
of 10,351 rooms.
Listing on the Stock Exchange will |
be sought for stock of the new com- j
pany, but, it was announced, no pub- !
lie offering of securities is contem- i
Hotels involved in the purchase plan I
are the Roosevelt, New York; Mount ■
Royal. Montreal; Royal Connaught,
Hamilton. Ontario; the Clifton, Niagara
Falls. Ontario; King Edward, Toronto;
the Seneca. Rochester; the Onondaga,
Syracuse; the Niagara, Niagara Falls, N.
Y.; the Lawrence, Erie, Pa.; the Penn-
Harrls, Harrisburg, Pa.; the Robert
Treat, Newark, and the Portage, Akron,
tors testimony tending to show that
symptoms of shock might be mistaken
STIMSON TO BE ASKED
ABOUT CUBAN SITUATION
Bt the Associated Press.
Complaints of American citizens
against the Machado government in
2540 Massachusetts Avenue
OPEN PORCH, DRAWING ROOM,
DINING ROOM, BEDROOM
Can Bo Handled on
a Very Attractive
Become a property owner
while paying considerably
less than rent in this
highly restricted location of
advanced and aeeured future
enhancement of values
Open for Ye»r Inspection
All Dev »nd tvenlne
SEE IT TODAY!
M. & R. B. WARREN
2540 Mass. Ave.
J 3501 13th St. N.W. J
! J 2 rooms, kitchen, bath,
I recep. hall, SSO mo.
Electric Refrigeration *l*
(Included in Rent)
I Twenty-four Hour
j Elevator Service.
]L Within one square of both .Aj
car lines, also bus service. In- .
Ty - spection invited at any time,
including evenings until 9 p.m.
yA. See Mrs. Taylor, Resident Jr
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J 730 17th St. N.W. T
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foreign relations committee next week.
Secretary Stimson will be asked to
appear and go over the situation with
committee members. These discussions
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are expected to take place in executive
Chairman Borah said the complaints
charged a “reign of terror” existed wi
der an alleged dictatorship by Presi
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CDAMIGU school of
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Prof, from Spain. Conversational Method.
Baald Protress. ISM H St. N.W. Wat. >389. *
Mount Pleasant School
TIVOLI THEATRE BUILDING
TELEPHONE , COLUMB/A 3000
1 01661 S COLLEGE !
Commercial National Bank Bldg.
14th and G St*. National 4717 |
Chewy (CkaA£ \
Expert Educational Guidance for
Children, 3 to 14.
Limited classes Insure academic
progress -jid cultural develop
Small Residence Department
*& * STANWOOD COBB
Phone Wisconsin 2673
Secretarial School of
1420 K Street i
Register now for new classes
Day Afternoon Evening
' _; i
CALL TONIGHT j
And investigate the possi
bilities of the Walton course
in Accounting and Business
Law as taught in residence at
Straver College of Account
Office open until 9:30 pm.
Catalog, “Professional Train
ing in Accountancy," on re
Strayer College of
721 Thirteenth Street
Critcher School of |
Painting and Drawing
Design, Costume Design, Poster
Advertising, Interior Decoration.
No. 1 Dupont Circle N. 1966
Cat.lor on rmnt.
Will H. Chadlee, Jas. B. Cox teaching
Position* for Graduate*
Ask For New Catalog.
20 Tear* In Washington
1333 F St. Opp. Fsz Met. 2883
nnVl\ Shorthand in so School Days.
Kl II 11 easiest teamed, reads liko
>ar print rapid. Stenographic
Course, 13 weeks; Secretarial, 34 week*;
Bookkeeping. 13 week*. Graduates in demand,
poaltton guaranteed New Classes now form-
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THE ABBOTT SCHOOL OF I
FINE & COMMERCIAL ART
The Arts and Stagecraft
Open Oct. 1 1624 H St. N.W. |
Concise but eomprahonsivo eourso
for earnast, ambitious young mon.
Theory and practice closely inter
woven in classroom end labora
tory. Curriculum ineludos mathe
matics, maehanical drawing and
intanaiva shop work.
in One Year
Students construct motors, install
wiring, test electrical machinary.
Graduates are qualified to enter
the electrical field at once.
Thoroughly equipped fireproof
dormitories, dining hall, shops.
Founded 1893. For catalog ad
218 Tafcswa Ave. Wae»%tot>, D, C.
atenosraphr. typewriting, speed dictation
* n< l complete secretarial course. tS per
i~“Y. M, C, A.^”i
SCHOOL OF LAW
Early morning classes, 7 to 8:48
Evening classes, 5:39 to 7:39
Three-year course leading to Ll* B.
Fall term opens September 28.
1738 V St. H.W. National 8259
i d Leading Frevaratorg School for Bog*
Accredited —excellent Athletic FaeUltiee.
Men Teachers Only. —Sixth Grad* Thra
Opens Sept. 18—Send for Catalog.
V. M. C. A—1736 G 3t. N.W.
The George Washington
| University Law School
| Member Association of American
Appioved by American Bar Asso
Academic year 1929-30 begins
September 25. Registration day*.
September 21, 23 and 24.
720 Twentieth Street
Stockton Hail West 1949
Sidwell’s Friends School
For Boys and Girls
47th Year Begins Sept. 17
1809-1819 Eye St. N.W.
All Grades and High School
Suburban School, 3991 Wis. Ave.
Kindergarten and Grades I. 11. HI. IV.
Country Club. New Gymnasium. Swimming,
Thos. W. Sidwell, A. M., Principal
Phone National 0264
The Eastman School
1305 Seventeenth Street
Cor. Massachusetts Avenue
A resident and day school for girls,
’rimary. Intermediate and Hish School.
Opens Sept. 24th
! BEGIN TODAY
I School Preparation for
Census Office Exam.
The Civil Service Preparatory Seheel.
... ear. »3th 4 F at«. n.w. Met. 8387. *
National School of
Fine & Applied Art
FELIX MAHONY, Director
Interior Decoration, Costume
Design, Commercial Art, Post
ers, Color, Dynamic Symmetry
Prof motional, Cultural, Fundamental
Courtet, Pergonal I attraction
Day and Night Classes
Children’t Saturday Morning Claee
Connecticut Avenue & M
1747 Rhode Island Ave.
i Begins October Ist
Fall Term Begins September 29,1929 U
i SCHOOL OF LAW—SCHOOL H
OF ECONOMICS AND
818 13th St. N.W.
Tela. Nat. 6617, Met 7964
Open tor registration » am. to 7 pm. ||
I DACE COURSES
A Screen taney: XC. l._and M.C.9.
degrees; C. T. A. PreparaUos
Par and Evening Class**
Bolletln an Reaa.it
“"itf'SaSEEKft x *3fiy TT *
l*th and B Dlat. eight-twe-tva-ulua
If you would like to become self-support
ing. we can help you Begin a course_of
shorthand, typewriting, bookkeeping, letter
writing, spelling, arithmetic and Bngllah.
A 10 months' course, day session, .costs
*100; evening session. *SO. Tou would be
pleased with the course and never regret
| the preparation.
j 311 East Capitol St. Line. 9938
!| WASHINGTON |
i | of
| Fall Term Begin* September It
% Courses leading te LL. 8., LL. H. and
| M. P. L. Degrees.
1 Morning Classes, 0:15 te 11
g Evening Classes. 5:15 to 7
| i 3000 G Street Met. 45M
ENROLL CHILDREN NOW!
DUPONT CIRCLE SCHOOL
1408 New Hampshire Ave.. adjacent Du
pont Circle. Children's grades Ist to Bth
for boys and eirls. Misres’ high school
grades Day. *ls monthly—Boarding. *SO
monthly. French. Music. Healthy, sunny,
glass-roofed schoolrooms. North 0344.
Georgetown Law School
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11,1929
For late afternoon elaaaaa
MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 1929
For morning cls-yoa
For information apply to
HUGH J. FEGAN, M. A.,
LL. 8.. Ph. D.
Georgetown Law School
506 E St. N.W.
Telephone National 73M
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