TEACHING OF BIBLE
MAY BE TIGHTENED
Cathoiic Educators Decry
Trend of Schools to Deal in
By the Associated Pros*
CINCINNATI, June 29—Establish
ment of more rigid rule; far the teach
ing of religion in Catholic schools
srrmed likely today as the convention
of the National Catholic Educational
Association entered lis second day.
Criticism of the modern system of
education marked yesterday's sessions,
one speaker terming religion "our weak
e-tt course "
Outstanding ν as a charge by Arch
bishop John T. McNicholas of Cincin
nati, that "the people have been shame
fully fcoled about education.'
The archbishop said students are not
briivr tausrht the principles of thinking
rightly, while the system is full of
"lads and frills and dangerous experi
ments which counterfeit re'igion."
Education in the United States, he
assorted, is in confusirn. with its lead
ers "hopelessly bewildered."
He charged that "commercialized ed
ucation already is allied with demoral
izing industrialism and corrupting pol
itics" and said the teachers ana pro
fessors are not fully cognizant of the
TO BE BURIED HERE
Miss Adelaide Ames' Bcdy to Rest
in Capital After Recovery
From Northern Lake.
When the body of Miss Adelaide
Ames, noted woman astronomer and
research assistant, is recovered from
the waters of Squam Lake, near Holder
ness. Ν. H.. in which she was
drowned when her canoe overturned
Sunday, it will be brought to the Na
tion's Capital for burial, relatives of
the dead girl said today.
Miss Ames, whose family has been
■well known in Washington for more
than half a century, is the grand
daughter of former Adjt. Gen. John C.
Kelton. who, at the time of his death
in 1893, was the governor of Soldiers'
Home here. She is lineally descended
from five Mayflower passengers and is
the daughter of Col. Thaïes Ames, U.
6. A„ now stationed in Boston.
She attended Western High School
In this city when her father was sta
She was well known in astronomical
circles, was a member of the American
Astronomical Society and was a dele
gate to the International Astronomical
Congress in 1928.
4-H CLUB FEDERATION
HOLDS ANNUAL ELECTION
Miss Lois Molyneaux of the Con
duit Road Group Heads Mont
gomery County Organization
Special Dispatch to The Star.
ROCK VILLE, Md . June 29.—Miss
Lois Molyneaux of the Conduit Road
Club, president; Miss Fern Royall,
Glenmont Club, vice president; Miss
Ella Linthicum. Travilah Club, secre
tary, and Miss Gladys Beall, Olney
Club, treasurer, the last named re
elected, were the officers chosen at the
annual meeting and rally here yester
day of the Montgomery County Federa
tion of 4-H Girls' Clubs.
Morning and afternoon βββείοηβ were
conducted by the retiring president.
Miss Carol Snyder of Travilah, with 50
members of the various organizations in
Canning demonstrations and instruc
tions by Miss Margaret McPheeter, nu
trition specialist of the extension serv
ice of the University of Maryland, were
given. Plans were discussed for the
meeting and exhibit July 28.
MUST POST BRIDGE
C & O. Canal Company Ordered to
Mftrk Whites Ferry Span.
By β Staff Correspondent of The Star.
WHITES FERRY. Md., June 29—A
letter instructing the Chesapeake &
Ohio Canal Co. to post warnings setting
forth the gross load of the steel truss
bridge over its canal near here as six
and one-half tons has been sert to the
Washington firm by County Commis
sioner Clagett C. Hillton of Barnes
County Engineer Harry B. Shaw and
Commissioner Hi'.lton inspected the
bridge several days ago after county
officials learned that huge trucks con
veying gasoline are using the span. The
letter was forwarded to C. L. Nicholson
of the Canal Co., at 1339 Wisconsin
avenue, Washington, D. C.
GARDEN CLUB ELECTS
Special Dispatch to The Sta
FAIRFAX, Va., June 29— Mrs. Har
ley Peyton Wilson was :-e-elected presi
dent of the Garedn Club of Fairfax
yesterday at the home of Miss Jennie
Moore. Mrs. William Earle was elected
first vice president. Miss Grace Hillyer,
second vice president; Mrs. Charles
Poser, treasurer; Mis. Kortwright,
church recording secretary, and Mrs.
H. N, Clarke, corresponding secretary.
Compiled by Sergt. L. E. Jacchfl.
AS recorded in the official citation, j
Dwight Dickinson, jr.. passed j
assistant surgeon. United States j
Navy, was awarded the Navy :
Cross for extraordinary hero- j
ism in action with the enemy while at
tached to the 5th Regiment. United j
Corps. Throughout ■
the Meusï-Argonne j
offensive, this of- ,
ficer con tinually
kept pace with the 1
a d ν a nee of the ,
troops, establishing ι
aid stations well in
advance of the re- [
serve lines, in di- I
rect line of fire |
from the enemy
' , artillery and ma
chine guns. At
one time his dress
ing station was
ished by a direct
artillery hit. Nev
Dickinson continued his work in the
open. diessing the wounds of the men
and arranging for their speedy evac
uation, exposing himself to the enemy
firr with utter contempt for his per
sonal danger, and setting an example
of personal heroism that won the ad
miration oi all the members of the unit
with which he was serving.
He now holds the rank of lieutenant ,
commander, and is on duty at the Naval j
Hospital. He lives at 2212 R street
WAGE CUTS SEEN
FOR COUNTY FORCE
Commissioners in Fifth Anne
Arundel District Reported in
Favor of Reduction.
ANNAPOLIS, June 29.—A general
pay cut for all county employes whose
salaries or wages are not set by law
appeared imminent today as Commis
sioner F. Guy Kelly of the fifth district j
of Anne Arundel County announced that '
effective July 1, all members of his road ι
force would be reduced from 10 to 15
A majority of the Board of County
Commissioners appeared to be in favor
of making a general county wage cut
and the matter will be taken up when
the board meets next Tuesday. Elmer
E. Parkinson, president of the board, j
said he approved a general cut of all (
the county salaries not fixed by the.;
Legislature, and also favored asking
those whose salaries are set by law to
take a voluntary cut. A majority of the
commissioners favored the president's
John A. Bromley, county engineer,
said he was preparing a schedule to
show the purchasing power of the dol
lar today as compared to several years
back, with the proportional reduction
in commodities and the percentage of
wage expended by employes for housing
and commodities. With this as a guide,
he said he would be ready to make rec
ommendations for the percentage of
cut to apply to the approximately 80
men under his supervision. He declared
that a general cut of the road force
would save about $5,000 annually.
On All Print»
Her* you have exrlusfvenes: ;
without excessive cost.
/ NC. 1919
At Connecticut Ave. Q St. N.W.
BUY or RENT
H. Baum & Son
616 Ε St. N.W. Nat. 9136
The Makeup Shop
Adopts Newest Method
of Permanent Waving
A New Wave at a New
In Line With Our Reduction
in Price» We Offer Our Make
up Shop and Painleu Waves
The Makeup Shop
1126 14th St. N.W.
Very Low Round Trip Far et
' 4th of July
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DATES OF KALI JULY 1. *
RFTI RX ï TMIT 21 DAYS
8 OF K*l>r. ....
4th of July Holiday Fares
One Fare Plus $1.00
TO ALL POINTS IN THfc SOl'TH
date* or «hale JiLV i. t.
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4th of July Fares
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th, N. C 6 00 I Savannah. Ga . ... 1.00
DATES OF RALE JULY 1. 2
RETURN LIMIT Arrive Wa.ihlniton, D. C., JuIt 5th
AVOID CONGESTED HIGHV/AYS OVER THE HOLIDAY
TRAVEL BY TRAIN
Chaa. F. Birei·», Division Passenfer Aient. Washincton, D. C.
UNION STATION TICKET OFFICE CITY TICKET OFFICE
Phone Nat. Ï700 MrPhemon Square
Phones Nat. 146S-44M
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SPECIAL MERCHANDISE for THURSDAY
Each week this page will appear in Wednesday Evening Star
Each Merchant on this page offers a special value for Thursday only
Kay Jewelry Co.
409 7th St. N.VV.
Another Lof . . . Just in Time for
the 4th of July Motor Trip
Large, full size bap. strongly made—the ideal bag
for vacation and week-end trips. At this price you
cannot afford to be without one. Limited quantity.
Buy Your Watch From Your J curler—Fie Is Equipped to
Gh c You Expert Sen icc
1307 to 1315 G St.
-THE FRIENDLY SHOP
"TWO-for-ONE" SALE of
A Selected Group for
Each Dress Worth S7.7S
Special feature in our TWO FOR
ONE DRESS SALE offering 300 new
Summer DRESSES and JACKET
SUITS in Washable Silks . . .
Printed Crepes . . . Printed Sheers
. . . Chalk Crepes and other cool
No Single Dresses
Sold Except at
See Our Large Advertisement on
Page B-3 for Other Bargains
W. B. Moses & Sons
F St. at 11th
Sears, Roebuck and Co.
Bladensburg Road at 15th and H Sts. N.Ë.
89c Green Enameled
Every kitchen should
have one of these con
venient sanitary kitchen
pails with heavy galvan
ized Insert that is easily
Here is your
save on this
See Our Page "Ad" on Page A-16
Announcing Our Special One-Day Month-End Clearance.
Home Flower Market
"Where Good Flowers Are Cheaper"
1503 Connecticut Avenue
Repeated by Request
Guaranteed for One Year
This extremely low price
is for the hose only and
is offered as an introduc
tion to the complete line
of garden supplies we
carry. Available in 50-ft.
No Charges No Deliveries
Fries, Beall & Sharp
734 10th St. N.W.
Soft and Fluffy
Regularly 35c ea.
Hundreds of Values Specially Priced for
OR TOOL BOX
Not a toy, but a big
husky box. 18x1 Ox
The Kit is strongly reinforced and will
withstand years of hard usage. It is equipped
with corner irons, side catches, multiple
change lock, and leather handle.
EASY TO CARRY AND A HANDY DIVIDED
TRAY FOR BAITS, ETC.
The Loeb Company
714 Seventh Street N.W.
4th ηf July Special!
500 NEW SUMMER
Values Up to $7.00!
We're going to cause soni'·
excitement tomorrow with this
sale of Dresses.. .for, it's been
a long time since ANY STORE
has offered such fashion-values
Washable Silks—printed and plain
sheers, flowered chiffons, laces and
georgettes, monotone prints and plain
colors, in styles for every occasion.
14 to 20—38 to 50
\6'/3 to 26Zt
36ΊΛ to 50y2
The Julius Lansburgh
Entrance, 909 F St.
Removable Glass Top
A most attractive and
useful Coffee Table with
Removable Glass Serving
Tray. May be had in
either mahogany or wal
nut. Well constructed
and nicelv finished.
Dulin & Martin
Connecticut Ave. and "L"
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For tomorrow we offer your choice of three popular
sets at an especially attractive price. Rustic or peasant
effect is had bv a heavy double stripe of maroon and
black—embroidered on a loosely-woven natural colored
Early shoppers may choose
LUNCHEON SETS (13-pcs.)
A Runner, 6 Plate Mats and 6
DINETTE SETS (7-pcs.).
54x72-lnch Cloth and 6 Napltina.
BRIDGE SETS (5-pcs.).
36x36-inch Cloth and 4 Napkins.
LINEN DEPT.—THIRD FLOOR
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