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By DISTRICT K. C. € Unveiling Rites at Gibbons Memorial August 14 Arranged. installation of officers of the five District of Columbia councils of the Knights of Columbus took place at a special meeting last night In the Knights of Columbus Hall, 920 Tenth street, with Fred J. Rice, state deputy supreme knight, officiating aa install ing officer. Plans for the unveiling of the me morial to the lat? James Cardinal Gib bons on August 14. which Is to be a feature of the golden anniversary na tional convention of the Knights here, ■were outlined at last night's meeting by Mr Rice. He announced that P. Michael Cook, local attorney, has been named chairman of a general com mittee to have charge of the arrange ments here for the convention. Installed m Officer» Officers Installed last night were: Washington Council — L. Harold Sothern, grand knight: M J. Racioppl, deputy grand knight; Harold Jones, chancellor Alfred McCarraghy, advo cate: Anthony Wilding, warden; Dr. A. D Wilkinson, financial secretary; Harry Brooks, treasurer; C. Garofola, trustee; Edward Voight. J. Crown and J. Grambo. guards; Edmund O'Sulli van, recorder Keane Council — James MrKeon. grand knight; Charles Dean, deputy grand knight; Frank Rafferry, chan cellor; Dennis Niland. financial sec retary: Edward Goodwin, recording «ecretary; William A. Mulligan, warden: Edward A. Strudley. treasurer; Dr. G R. ElHfc advocate; Daniel Boone, lec turer: ftenr- Nolte and H. Von Tien, guards; Rev. F. X. Cavanagh, chap Potomac Council—George F. Howell, grand knight: Charles J. Considine deputy grand knight; Joseph B. Fitz patrick. chancellor; John T. Buckley, recorder; A W. Neale. jr., treasurer. Emeet Smith, warden; Francis J. Hemalt, financial secretary: John J. McCarthy. Maurice Keane and John F Kelly, guards: William J. Plant, Charles Beck and Joseph Β Fitzpatrick, trustees; Rev. Joseph M. Sullivan, chaplain : James C. Filgate, lecturer. Head Spalding Council. Spalding Council—J. Fred Brady, grand knight; J. Herbert Walsh, deputy grand knight. T. F. Carlin, chancellor; F. H. Huneke. treasurer; R. J. Werner, recorder; John M. Tabler, financial secretary, John J. O'Brien, warden; F J. Creamer, jr.. advocate; John R. Dowlan. L. A. Gage and James B. Bateman. trustees: T. J. Quirk, lec turer; James W McCormick. F. E. G. Hipp and John S Edwards, guards. Carroll Council—Ο. E. Herring, grand knight. Oswald Bertram, deputy grand knight; M. Francis Delaney. chancellor; Charles W Montgomery, warden: Joseph Handley. treasurer; Louis Kelly, recording secretary; Harry J Kane, financial secretary; Lewis Roeenberger and James McDermott. guards; John M Kiley, lecturer; Fred Garges. Daniel Healey and John Maney, trustees. — i.m·-#!— : CO-RESPONDENT NAMED IN SUIT FOR DIVORCE lir*. Amanda J. Leary Charges Husband Took Another Woman to Atlantic City. Alleging that her husband was with f "i-thpr -woman on a recent trip to Atlantic City. Mrs. Amanda J. Leavy, ?120 Fourth street northeast, has asked the District Supreme Court lor an stjfolute divorce from Charles J. Leavy. The couple was married May 10, 1015, in Baltimore, and have one daughter, according to the bill. The court is asked to enjoin Leavy irom molesting his wife or interfering with her peaceful occupation of the family home. Mrs. Leavy charged in her bill that her husband is addicted to the excessive use of liquor and has threatened to harm her. It is alleged that several years ago a suit for limited divorce was filed by the wife, but dis missed when the parties became recon ciled. Mrs. Leavy alleged also that her husband has advised her he is in love with the corespondent and was tired ef hie wife and asked her to leave him. Attorney Raymond Neudecker appeared on behalf of the wife. GOLD STRIKE DRAWS ALASKANS FROM TASKS Plaaea, Beats and Railroads Are Fraaeed In te Servie· as Merchants Even Join in Big Rush. •r the Associated Press. SEWARD, Alaska, July 1. —The Seward Gateway said today the cutting of a l*-foot vein of rock, running approximately (45 a ton in gold at the Cord mine in the Willow Creek district, and the discovery of rich eroppings in the Crow Creek area, near old placer workings, has swung Western Alaska away from all occupations but mining. Miners and prospectors are rushing to the creeke and rivers by airplane, motor boat and railroad Even mer ohanta have left their su>res in charge of employes and headed for the work ings. the newspapers added MAJ. HENDLER RITES SET Tunera! of Attorney to Be Held j Tomorrow Morning. Funeral services will be held at 10 S a.m. tomorrow a' Hysong's funeral home ; for Ma j. Charles T. Headier, special at- j torney in the Bureau of Internal Rev- | i?nue. who died Wednesday at his home in the Roosevelt Hotel Burial will be ' in Arlington National Cemetery at 11 a.m. Maj Hendler. who had been a resi dent of this eity for half a century, was well known in legal circles here, having practiced for many years prior to the World War. when he became a major in the office of the judge advocate general of the Army. PERPETUAL BUILDING « ASSOCIATION PAYS 5% As«et$ Over $27,000,000 Surplus $1,250,000 Cor. 11th and Ε St». N.W. JAM!» BEKRV. PTMidml roWAID Γ. HAITI. ftrrrrlirr CAN'T SPEAK TO WIFE Chicago Man la Enjoined by Court as Spoil*» Files Suit. CHICAGO. July 1 W —It'i against the law for Donald Macllcher to speak to his wife. Bernlce. Judge Daniel Trude arranged this yesterday. He granted an, injunction preventing Macllcher from talking to his wife. At the same time Mrs. Macllcher s attorney filed a suit for separate main tenance CHARGES DIVIDENDS FROM APPRECIATIONS Examiner Put» Associated Gas Payments From Fund in Seven Years at $15.839.154. By the As«oci»ted Pru*. Appreciations toUlinir $ 15.839.154 were alleged yesterday by ChkrlM Nod «1er. Federal Trad· Commiwion exam iner. to have been Included In the Associated Ou tc Electric Co 'β fund from which dividends were paid from 1922 to 1929. Testifying In commission hearings on the Associated system's afTalrs. Nodder added that total dividends paid during the period amounted to $32.143.311. which, he said, meant that about 50 per cent of the dividends of the com pany came from "appreciations.'' Although his examination covered the company's affairs only up to De cember 31, 1929. in accordance with the Senate resolution under which the rommlMion la proceeding. Ν odder said he had been advised by company of ficials that since 1929 the practice of taking up undistributed earnings of subsidiary companies as Income had been discontinued. He added, however, that the practice of taking up βΛ income transfers by subsidiaries from corporate surplus ac- I counts to stated capital accounts was stitt in effect. Process Coats Steel. With the aid of heat and pressure, Dr. A. W. Coffman of Pittsburgh, Pa , he* succeeded In producing felt-coated steel. AUTOMATIC REGULATION OF CURRENCY IS URGED London Chamber of Commerce Ο. K.'e Plan to Issue Money Against Commercial Bills. By the AnsocUted Press. LONDON. July 1.—A system of auto matically regulating the supply of currency to the amount of commodities exchanged, thereby largely eliminating fluctuations in the price level, was approved last night by the London Chamber of Commerce for eubmleeton u the basis of monetary discussions at the Ottawa Imperial Economic Con ference. The scheme would require alteration of the Bank of England to make it perform the functions of a purely Central Bank. Currency would be issued airelnst all commodities, as repre- 1 sented by eligible commercial bills, in stead of against one commodity like gold, as at present. The banking credit would be initially fixed at a ratio of nine units of credit to one of cash, but this ratio would vary under the scheme as circumstances demanded, with the intention of cor rtetin# tendencies te slther Inflation or deflstlon. Sponsors of th« scheme «*14 it would abolish the necessity of miking inter national payments by means of fold shipments so far as these concerned the countries subscribing to the scheme. —* .-4—— Screen Actress Wini Dirorce. LOS ANGELES. July 1 UP> — Edna Murphy, serpen actress, was awarded a divorce from Mervyn Leroy, motion picture director. A property settlement provided that Miss Murphy receive $1.000 monthly so lonf as her husband receive# a salary of $1,750 weekly. 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