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Don't Let I
ftlorning-tifter
HEADACHE
Spoil Vour Day!
Do yon feel foggy,head throb, and
nerves jittery.’ Take Capudine and
•nap out of morning-after head
ache, whether from over-indulgence
In eating or drinking. Because
Capudine is a liquid it works fast.
Note how quickly head clears, shaky
nerves are calmed and relaxed, and
pep returns. No narcotics. All
drug stores.
Come Bach Smiling.,.#/?
AT V. M. I. TODAY
Farewell Review and Recep
tion Slated for Retiring
Superintendent.
Late today Maj. Gen. Jofcn Archer
Lejeune, former commandant of the
Marine Corpr, will be honored In a
farewell review and tomorrow he will
relinquish his post as superintendent
of Virginia Military Institute at Lex
ington, Va.
Maj. Gen Thomas Holcomb, the
present commandant of the Marines,
who served with Gen. Lejeune in
France during the World War, will
participate in the farewell tribute to
his old chief. At 5 o'clock this after
noon, the farewell review is planned by
the regiment of the Institute. After
this, a reception will be held.
At 10 o’clock tomorrow, Gen. Le
jeune will turn over his command to
the new superintendent, Maj. Gen
Charles E. Kilbourne, U. S. A., re
tired, who also is well known in Wash
ington. Gen Kilbourne is a Medal of
Honor man, but he also holds the Dis
tinguished Service Cross and the Dis
tinguished Service Medal, one of the
very few soldiers to attain this dis
tinction.
Has Recovered Speech.
Gen. Kilbourne served in Washing
ton as assistant chief of staff of the
Army from August, 1932 to February.
1935. He holds the degree of civil
engineer from Virginia Military In
stitute, which he obtained in 1894. He
was bom in Virginia, December 23,
1872.
Gen. Lejeune suffered a fall some
year* ago when he was superintendent
at V. M. I. and the injury caused him
to lose his power of speech. Since, his
friends say, he has/nade a remarkable
recovery, and although he had to re
learn language, he has lately become
so proficient that he again has been
able to deliver speeches.
The general's friends here consider
it unusutl that after ha had traveled
extensively over the world and been
subjected to dangers of war and
storm, he should come to the com
parative peace of Lexington—a small
town in Virginia—and there meet
with an accident that kept him in a
coma for about a month and caused
him to lose his speech. For Gen. 'Le
jeune as a young man was ship
wrecked in a hurricane in Samoa,
wont through the Spenish-American
War, was on duty in the Philippines
in 1908-09, commanded the brigade
of Marines during the occupation of
Vera Cruz, Mexico, in April, 1914, and
later was in command of the regiment
of Marines that formed the pacifying
force.
Was in War Battles.
Gen. Lejeune participated In the
Battles of St. Mihiel, Blanc Mont
Ridge, the Meuse-Argonne and in
the march to the Rhine, and com
manded the 2nd Division during ttie
World War.
Tlie re tiling superintendent of Vir
ginia Military Institute served as com
mandant of the Marine Corps here
from July 1, 1920, until March 5,
1929. when he retired from the serv
ice following 39 years’ active duty.
He has been superintendent of Vir
ginia Military Institute since that
time.
Bom in Pointe Coupee Parish, La.,
January 10. 18B7, Gen. Lejeune at
tended Louisiana State University for
three years prior to entering the Na
val Academy. He holds the Distin
gulshed Service Medal of the Navy
and the War Department awarded
him this medal also for his outstand
ing World War service.
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BIRTHS REPORTED
Frederick and Maurita Sullivan, boy.
Raymond and Rose Dillon, boy.
Thomas and Madeline Quill, boy.
Joseph and Mary El lit; gin.
William and Margaret Dougherty, girl.
Tony and Ruth Catena, girl.
Ralph and Grace Anderson, boy.
Charles and Anne Fiersl. girl.
Joseph and Ethel Kagen. boy.
Johr and Pauline Hodges, boy.
Harold and Maibelle Clark, boy.
James and Rosa Stout, boy.
Jesse and Beatrice Wall. girl.
Roby apd Anna Read. girl.
William and Marie Hayes, boy.
Benneville and Marjorie High. girl.
Edward and Geneva Zablocky. girl.
George and Mattie Bland (twins), boy and
Kiri.
Herbert and Daisy Nelson, girl.
Sllnton and Louise Duckett, girl.
oscoe and Catherine Thomas, girl.
Smilie and Mattie Wilson, boy.
Earl and Dorothy Twyman. girl.
Robert and Isabelle Wilson, girl.
Luther and Mattie Harris girl.
James and Lavana Fitzhugh. boy.
Joe and Ida Samuels, boy.
Brantley and Lucille Linder, girl.
John and Evelyn Ewell, girl.
Earl and Elsie Cooper, girl,
i Robert and Evelyn Wright, girl.
Joseph and Inez Andrews, boy.
William and Elvia Harris, girl.
Robert and Clara Massey girl.
William and Mattie Gray. boy.
Roland and Marie Woodland, boy.
Joseph and Mary Smith, boy.
DEATHS REPORTED
Joseph J. Poseh. 82. St. Elizabeth’s Hospital.
Caroline Leitch. 80. 22o H st. n.e.
Richard O. Lazenby. 7.0. U. 8. Soldiers’
Home Hospital.
Marguerite Rodenhauser, fix. Providence
Hospital.
Elizabeth P. McCleery. 87. 0720 Upton st.
Cora C Waudby. titi. 1200 loth st.
John B. Shinn. 02 00^ 15th st.
Walter SchafTner. 50. Sibley tfospital.
Gertrude E. Saunders. 50. 0120 Broad
Branch rd.
Bertha Gunter. 50. Episcopal Hospital.
William Homeyer. 5o. Garfield Hospital.
Bertha D. Kaldenbach. 4 7, 020 G st. s.e.
Margaret Robey 28. 2217 Chestnut st. s.e.
Paul V. Friedman. 25. 1820 Clydesdale pi.
Edward D. Cannon. 24. Emergency Hospital.
•Infant Donovan, Georgetown Hospital.
Frank Asby. 00. 515 5oth st. n.e.
Simeon Lind ley. 55. Labor Department.
Eugene Davis. 51 1010 E. Capitol st.
Louisa Hebron. 50# Gallinger Hospital.
Dallie de Gaston 45 l m;;' t;th st.
Clara Valentine. 40. Freedmen’s Hospital.
Infant Hawkins. Garfield Hospital.
MARRIAGE LICENSE
APPLICATIONS
Norman E. McOrath, 20, Buffalo. N. Y and
Margaret M. Walsh. 28. Chevy Chase.
Md.; Hev. T. 8. Smyth.
Leon Wolf. 2M, .1800 5th st.. and Sadie
Cohen. 23, 3113 Georgia ave.; Rev. M. H.
Levinson.
Coke B. Carlton 1r.. 27. 1.350 Lawrence
st n.e.. and Vura E Field. 22. Silver
Spring. Md.: Rev. J. F. Wenchel.
George W. Bodkin. jr.. 22. .3102 20th st.
n.e . and Florence A. Morgan, 23. 3220
. 44th st.; Rev. J. W. Rustin.
Arthur F. Walz. 20. Easton. Md.. and <
Beatrice L. Wynn. 20. Dundalk. Md.;
Rev. H A. Kester.
Henry Sllbersteln. 4M. and Jennie Bloom.
44. both of Baltimore: Rev. H. Silver
stone.
Le Roy A. Tengberk. 22. and Shirley Huf
faker. 20. both of Salt Lake City; Rev.
Stirling Wheelright.
Bidney Maziasky. 20. and Lillian Hud». 24.
both of Baltimore; Rev S H. Metz.
Mver W. Epstein. 30. 1315 Allhon st.. and
Estelle 8. Crockln. 27. Norfolk. Va.: Rev.
H. Sllverstone.
Charles F. Wasner. 24. 1522 D st. n.e..
and Adeline E. Frtssell. 18, 1007 Rose
dale st. n.e.; Rev. Cornelius Abbott.
Jack Bumbry. 24. South Washington. Va..
and Christine Thompson. 18. 235 Vlr
Kinia ave, s.w.: Rev. C 8. Biggs
Orain Hall. 24. 2320 Champlain st... and
Edith Thompson. 21. 2302 Champlain
st.: Rev J. L Henry.
Nathaniel Stubblefield. 22. and Lillie Robin
son. 10. both of 427 Delaware ave. s.w.;
Rev. E. B. Mitchell.
Robert G. McGuire lr.. 20. 1822 0th st..
and Elinor C. Hackett. 10, 1433 R st.;
Rev. Alexis St. Onge
Eugene Wells. 21, 3000 Tunlaw rd„ and
Bailie M. Graves, 23. 1015 Irvins at.:
Rev. E. C. Smith.
Rov H. Jones. 25. 1203 C at. n.a., and
Marie Preston, 23, 44 W at.; Rev. H. E.
Snyder.
David Venze. 30. and Plorenea Pish. 35,
both of Baltimore; Rev. Henry Steal.
Wtlllam E Mooteomery. 50. ISIS L at.,
and Thelma Allen, 20, 1020 L at.; Rev.
P. W. Alstork.
LESS THAN 2 PER CENT
OF COUNTY ON RELIEF
Prince Georges Figures Submitted
at Meeting of Welfare Board
and Commissioners.'
Bj a Staff Correspondent of The Star.
UPPER MARLBORO, Md , Septem
ber 30.—Less than 2 per cent of the
estimated 70,000 population of Prince
Georges County are on relief, accord
ing to a report to the county commis
sioners by the Welfare Board.
The meeting was the first held un
der a plan to have the groups get to
gether regularly to discuss charity
problems.
It was estimated by Miss Lydia
Bicker that between 1,200 and 1,300
persons are drawing some form of re
lief In the county. Of this number 312
are being paid old-age pensions.
Church Named for Cinema.
The Roman Catholic church which
will be built In Jolnville, the film col
ony of Paris, will be named "Our
Lady of the Cinema.”
Benjamin Moore's Paints
Devoe b Reynolds Paints
922 N. Y. Ave. National 8610
SET AS ILLUSTRATED WITH ANY
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"Gas Is a Quick, Clean, Economical Servant”
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on the KELVINATOR GAS RANGE
Here's the big new range. 39'/a
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enameled, with full-size Kelvl
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MONTH!.Y PAYMENT*
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aOO FACIAL TISSUES 6c B
Bert. H.ir Pr...i.g »c Pierre Olive Oil I
Styptic Pencil _lc Shampoo — 23c I
Ep.omS.lt., 5 1b. 11c WitchHazel.pt. 19c ■
D . . .. Seidlitz Powder*, 10s 9c
.Boric Acid, 8 oz. 14c Aspjrin 100s l6c ■
Peroxide, pt ... 9c lady stanwick »i.qq sn, K
Face Powder six* *t * jnp
Lilac Vegetal . 19c MARY SCOTT ROWLAND $1.00 rQ IK
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SQUIBB Milk of Magnesia 35c six* 29cB
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SQUIBB V1TAV0SE KAOvCo°»0Tf 50c sue 43C K
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VW HUII1NO AlCOHOl pint llc BISODOL Si oo.u. 79cCg
Sy Grove’s mASSXSSSL, Si 24c Eno Fruit Salts Si 43c
Absorbine Jr. 94c Fletcher’* Castoria iJi 28c W?
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