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K. U. Kniead. chairman of the divi
sion of report* and il?tlillc? of lb*
Federal Keserve Board. will address
the* dvaoced cltta of the \*aahlng
ton Chapter of the American lusll
tute of Banking tomorrow night.
Thia will be the last lecture of the
The examination for the advanced
class. President Boyer announied to
day, will held In the aaae.nbly
room of the V. M. C. A. June .1.
Twenty-nine member* of the ele
mentary class were examined laet
Edward J. McQuade. cashier of the
Liberty National Bank and member
of the executive council of the Amer
ican Institute of Banking, will go to
York, Pa., tomorrow, where he will
address the York county chapter of
the Institute.
State and territorial public health
officers are conferring today with
Surgeon tieneral H. 8. Cumming, of
the Public Health Service, to plan a
nationwide health crusade.
Reduction on Every
Article of Jewelry
has taken the city by
storm. Hundreds of people
are grasping the oppor
tunity to purchase nation
ally-known silver, pearls,
watches, ringsj etc., at
Off the Regular Price
This horizontal reduction
plan is in keeping with the
movement in every city to
reduce high prices by giv
ing 20% off.
? Original price tags re
main on all items; simply
deduct twenty per cent.
There are absolutely no
reservations. Anything and
everything is yours at a
saving of 20c on every
dollar. Take care of your
gifts for the graduate and
June Bride while these re
ductions are in effect.
naae of focoanut Oil. I.ather* Freely,
Dries F.aally nnd l*a?e* Year
Hair Soft and Fluffy
Are you satisfied with the- condition
nnd appearance of your hair? Is H
thick. soft, fluffy, lone? Are you
troubled with dandruff and falling
hair? If M pet fr?>m your.druggist or
toilet counter a boltle of Q Ban (pro
nounced Kti-Bani Liquid Shampoo.
With each bottle arc simple instruc
tions for shampooing your hair at
Jiome and for making your hair soft,
fluffy, radiant, long and free from
scurf or dandruff. (J Ban l.iquid.
Fhampoo is different from any othprs,
?s it has a haso of cocoanut oil which
lathers freely, dries easily .ind lcn\e?<
your haii soft, fluffy and radiantly
beautiful. Don't use ordinary Soap
Shampoo-" as they cause your hair to
dry up and fret brittle Be particular
end get "Q flan" as it is especially
prepared and mixed in proper propor
lion*. Such cleanliness. Rained in
thia mild, healthful way, is the foun
dation of healthy hair.
You may enjoy such a thorough
shampoo, and learn how to give your
self scientific scalp treatments with
out goinc to an expensive hair and
scalp specialist. Try a -bottle of Q.
Ban I.iquld Shampoo today and you
will vote It the be.-"! shampoo you
i ver used. O'Donnell's Drug Store,
Washington. D. C.
Children love books, espe
cially attractively illustrated
ones. If you are in need of
a Book for a child you will
find something entirely suit
able here. We made a very
complete survey of the
market and books were se
lected most carefully. Any
child will be delighted with
Oprn Evening* I nil! 9 o'Oofk
Oar llitor From l*n. A % r
pl I
I | : .-rvtf: i 1 .n. ; j\.r r it* *. - J ,
Births, tfiafHaor?,
Krancia Helton Orchard aavanly
,n year* old. died iaat nl?ht ?<1
residence of hi? dau?htar. Mfa. Q. T.
Munford, l?tt3 fellttnor. street north
Wllt, after a brlaf tllneaa Mr. Or
chard had re.lded In Waahl?glo? for
the paat ten yrara. coming bare from
Columbia. 8. C.. where he wa?
He ?ia a veteran of the civil war.
havlni fought all during the conflict
with Butler'a cavalry He p
aonally commended by Oeneral Butler
for distinguished gallantry in
in several battle. He ?a. a member
of the Uflited Confederate \ ele
Beside. hi. daughter Mra Munford.
Mr Orchard la aurvlvad by one br?**
er J. J. Orchard, of D*IU?. ?ex.
Funeraly ??rvices will be held tomor
row afternoon from Zurhorat a under
ling parlor.. Ml Kaat Capitol
?itreet at li o'clock Interment will
be in the Confederate .action of V
Itngton Cemetery.
Funeral .ervlcc. for J?hn s?u'^
gate Tinker. who died Monday_ at hi a
realdenre. the Lenox apartmenta. 16-3
I. atreet northwest. will be held thla
afternoon at St. John . Church at 3
o'clock. Interment will be in Oak
Hill Cemetery Friday.
Mr. Tucker 1. .urvlved by hie wire.
Bessie Chubb Tucker.
Mr., Anna R. Hick*, seventy-nine
year. old. died ye.terday at her reai
dence. 1421 Columbia road northweat.
She had been a resident of Washing
ton for a number of year..
She la survived by two daughter.,
Mrs. Anna R Hlcka and Mr?. Samuel
H. Moore, both of Washington.
Funeral service, wilt be held tomor
row afternoon at the reaidence at 3
o'clock. Interment will be private.
pacune fcrlono.
T'aullne Furlong, forty years old,
daughter of the late John and Kmma
B. Furlong, of thla city, died last
night at her reaidence, the Montgonv
ery apartments, 1151 North Capitol
street, after an extended Illness
Miss Furlong wu born In Wash
ington and had resided here all her
life. She was a special -writer for the
New York World newspaper syndicate
for several years. She contributed
several articles dealing with physical
She is survived by one si.ter. Mrs.
F J. riant, and one brother, Dr. Fran
Iels M. Furlong, both of this city.
Funeral services will be held tomor
'"row morning ffom Speare's undcrtak- ;
ing parlors. 12?8 H street northwest.!
at 8:30 o'clock. A high mass of
requiem will be celebrated at f>
o'clock at St. Aloysiua' Church. In
terment will be in Mt. Olivet Ceme
EPF A S. Ktll.F.
Funeral service, for Mrs. Effa S.
Kulp. wife of Edwin C. Kulp, who
died Monday evening at her home, 52S
Twelfth street northeast, will be held
this afternoon at the residence. In
terment will be in Plckerlngton, Ohio.
John P. and Madge M. Fltzferald.
Samuel and I.etta Groibean .
Paul H. and Nellie Brattain
Blmer J. and Martha E Crocker.
Irving E. and Ethel McConkey.
John P. and Sydney Thomas.
Charles K. and Wllbelmtna Jonea
Milton P. and Elisabeth Hunter
Adlal S and Inez N. B. Stokes.
I.eo and Minnie C. Frene. .
John J. and Alice Butler.
George K. and Maude M. Curtis.
Patrick and Mary Harris, No. I, boy
Patrick and Mary Harris. No. !, boy.
Kmlyn J and Rose Britton.
Gilbert and Beatrice Rsker
Marry and Kate Selltnger.
Kennedy and Jennie I. Himms
John and Maraaret M. Deenham. Jr.
Harvey W. and Myrtle l^rrlck.
Carroll F. and Ethel W. Duvall.
I Kdward E. and Agnes V. Evans
Walter A and Sophia I. Clements
Solomon A. and Clarice Himelfmb.
l^onard P. and Anna WalpofT
Peter I., and Pearl Chaconas
Robert t,. and Jainnette E. Earls. Jr
James F and Anna V. Murphy.
John J. and Mary A. Weinman
Chris end Mary papanaponolos.
James S. and Kate Suatuler.
SylVeeter and Bertha Fennell.
James and Henrietta Sport
John ami Roc* Hu<lne|i.
Samuel and Rachel A. Pleasant.
William K. and Julia Brown
| B. F. miller, .1r., 41, Weyers Cave. Va.;
Georgia T Wapipler. Mt. Sidney.
Va The Rev J A. Garber.
Arthur P. Dunn. 14: May Alley. 2 3 The
Rev. William J. Carroll.
Ralph William Van Fontn, 20; Payline
Mildred Caw. 1J. The Rev K. Hayes
Isidore Hollod. 30; Dora Lcstser, 27. The
Rev. M. A. Horwltx.
Kdward F. Graham. 32; Mary Rose
Hpooner, 2J. The Rev. P. di Paoloa
Kavmond T.ouls Mitchell. 22; Kthel Marie
Craltv *0 The Hrv. J F. Eckcnrode
I Mvln Hankhead Suttle, ;; l.lia Hondas
Burgess IS The Rev. FV F. Stevenaon.
i John II. Kitchen. JO: Mary A. Alvey. IS.
The Rev. P. C. flavan
John Slcphen Prottltt. -5;_ Marnle i.ee
Stewart 24. Richmond. The Rev.
II T. Stevenaon. ' ? . ......
StiiHrt Cvrus Cottrell. -0. Cardweii. \a..
Edna Wither. Kent. 2*. Rents More,
Va The Rev. S II. Greene
Robert 1.. McGrath, 2&: Thelma M. Cul
lough, 2?, Baltimore. Md. The Rev. P.
C. Gavan.
Raymond H. Andrew*. I*?*. Oalthershur*.
Md ; \fnry Airnes Gilchrist, 22. Baltl
morr Mil. The Rev J J. Dillon
Richard Samuel .Tone*. 21, Bridgwater,
Va Willie Mary Boyer*. 1*. twyton.
Va The Rev. H. D. Mitchell.
Fieri men Harrt*, 9 hrs., 1012 Everts *t. ne.
IflCDONALD?On Tueidav, May f5. 1?20. at
12 40 r m . C'HA It I .KS F.. oldept non df
the lat?* John K. and Almim McDonald.
Funeral from the r^ntdence of hi*
brother, Kdwiird .1. McT>onald, 412 F
ntre*t northeast, on Thuradey. May 27.
1J?30. ?? a. m , thence to St. .Toeeph'*
Church, Second and C. ntreete northeast,
where requiem ma** will he naid for the
repo*e of hi* *oul. Interment at Mi
Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends
Invited to attend
FVRI'ONO -On Tuesdsy. May 21. at the
Reaidence of her *i*ter, Mr*. F. J. riant,
Montgomery Apartment*. TAtTMNK
youngest daughter of the late John and
Kmma H Furlonjr
Retnaina at Sparc's rndertsklnf Par
lors 120* H s? N W Funeral with re
oulem mas* at St. Aloyslus* Church,
Thur*dav t a m.
Of aVMT description- Moderata prtta*
isi? r it n
Ill Pa Av*. N W
niwkm m. iitt, wumaroii. a a
Speakers at Annual Banquet
SJress Necessity of Encour
aging Local Capital.
"l?o more bu(la<M with ua and lass
with Wall Strwl," nil lh? kaynote of
an elaborate banquet last night at the
Wlllard Hotel riven by the member*
or Hie Waahl oglon Htock Kxchange to
Washington banker*, broker* and
bu*lne** men.
The rejuvenation of transaction* In
local securltle* and the financial aid
and development of home Industrie*
and corporation* were strongly urged
by I'recldent Kugene IS. Thomp*on**nd
Frank J. Hogan. the principal *peak
er* of the evening. The speaker* de
plored the condition Into which local
securities had fallen as collateral for
loans, and declared that unless Wash
ington bankers and business men
helped the public utility companies
those organisations would "go to the
I'rrn Ksekaage Baalaess.
rre*ldent Thompson called atten
tion to the activity on the Washing
ton Stock Kxchange In 1905. when a
day'* business Involved the exchange
of aecurltles and stock* amounting
to hundred* of thousands of dollars,
while at present the session* of the
stock exchange are poorly attended
and the business transacted Inconse
One of the features of the even
ing* entertainment wn the distribu
tion of profusely Illustrated pro
grams. calling attention to sonie
poignant facts relating to Washing
ton finance. ?
"When we look over the country,
one of these article* stated, "and see
her population and har wealth, and
when we think Washington Is the
Capital of this great nation, and then
when we look at Washington and
see her Increase In population and In
wealth, and when we see her people
buying $130,000,000 Liberty bonds, and
we see her bank deposit* of JIKO.OOO
000. we wonder why It should be
necessary for her corporations and
Industries to beg; the bankers of
other clrtes to loan them the money
to develop Washington.
??And we wonder why our local se
curities are a drug on the market, anil
why our exchange seats have dropped
from ) 16.000 to nothing.
"And when we rack our brain* try
ing to think of the answer, we get
out the oulja board and It tells us
that Congress don't love us and has
made us a political guinea pig. and
when some Congressman discover* a
municipal cure-all he injects It Into
the Washington body politic. And If
the guinea pig recovers, they try It at
home. And If the guinea pig dies?
whotneLl love* ? guinea pig anyhow
"And then the ouija board tells
us it la crawfish banking to loan all
of your money out of town and de
preciate, the value of your securities
until your dapositors are broke and
can no linger deposit."
Hen* Flay* Treasury.
Mr.-' Ilogan presented statistics
showing that at the time of the Feb
ruary rail of the Comptroller of the
Currency. February St. lSI". national
banks, trust companies and savings
banks 4f WaaHTnjfton had on call in
New York $2!.l 10.000.
Ife flayed the new practice of the
Treasury Department in refusing to
deposit with the local banks trte tax
funds of the District, and declared
"that is a situation which will neces
sarlly hurt our community."
Mr. Thompson said Washington
bank clearings had doubled In the
last five years.
"No on* can say there are not
greater things In store for Washing
ton," he declared "We have taken
tremendous strides forward In recent
years, and It is the duty of the busi
ness men of the city to get behind
the Industrial development of Wash
Senator Miles relndexter praised
the progressive spirit displayed by
the speakers.
"Tour money ought to be entrusted
at home," he spid. "I look forward
with great optimism to the solution
of the financial difficulties of Wash
The entertainment of the evening
was augmented by professional and
semi-professional vaudeville and mu
sical numbers. Arthur B. Pierce and
Oeorge O'Connor were heard in their
favorite vaudeville selection*.
Albert Chappel. *? vrs , Em?rg?ney Hot
.lames A O'Connor. IS yr? . 349 Ta ave
Malrhem Helderman. ?i yra. 3113 lllh at.
Mary F! Harknaaa. J# yra . 10.1 R st n?
lunula H Speare, 33 yra . SI Ella. Hon
Acne* O Hiisa*ll. C yra. 11? Md ave ew
Siegfried 1. Aal. 14 yra. 1?M Col. rd nw
ICfTa S. Kulp. 37 yra , 623 1 1th at. ne.
Carrie Jonea. 3* yra.. E>2& Third at ?w
$3.00 Round Trip
p " (laclodlng War T?)
Affords sn opportunity to visit the
Luray Caverns
Sunday, May 30
KPBdAI, Tn?l!? I.KA\ra
W ASI1IM.TOS Nrtrn A. M.
Rrlaralni, l.eavea luray Station
?iee r. *.
See Dyer*?* ?naalt Ticket \gent.
Baltimore 6 Ohio R, R.
After yoo eat?always use
?one or two tableta- -eat like candy.
Instantlrrelievealleart burn, Bloated
(tansy Feeling. Stope indication,
food soaring, repeating, headacheand
the many miseries caused by
EATONIC Is the beat remedy, it take*
the harmful acids and gases right out
of the body and, of course, tou g*t
well. Tenaof thousands wonderfully
benefited. Guaranteed to satisfy or
money refunded by your own drug
gist Coat a trifle. Please try Itl
Secretary Baker to Make
Presentations at Gradua
tion Exercises.
Commencement exercise* of
Army Medical School, founded In l?93,
for th^ session of 19IBI9JU will *>?
held Kriday at 8:30 p m In the New
National Museum auditorium
Mualc will be furnished by the
United States Marine Uaod Orchestra
The InTocatlon will be by Chaplain
Milton O. Beebe Newton D HaK?r,
Secretary of War, will preaenl I he
diplomas Presentation o'f medals
will be made as follows: The Holt
Memorial Medal will be presented by
MaJ. (Jan. Merrltte W. Ireland, n.r
leon genrral of the army: the Stern
bur* Medal, by Col Richard Slee; f !?e
Skinner Medal, by Major John O HUin
ner. retired.
The honor graduatea of the clam of
IDIS-IO'JO are as follows: Major V
mour C. Schwart-a, M New York
(Hoff Memorial Medal); First Lieut.
Itufua L Holt, M. C, Oklahoma; FirU
Lltut. Gordon A. Clapp, M. C. Cali
fornia: First Lieut. William H.
ReMlne, M. C , Virginia.
The graduatea of (he 1019 1920 class
are Major Roland A Davison. M i*'
New York; Major J. Velasquez l>>
Leon. M C? Philippine N. rj.. Philll
plne Islands; Capt Henry K. Fra??r,
M P., Tennessee: Capt. Joseph P.
Madigun, M. C. Tennea*ec; i^ipi
I<ewii> A. NewHeld. M C. New York;
Capt. Gordon V. Wllley, M. C, Michi
gan; First Lieut. John DuB. Hi-n
well, M C. South Carolina; Fir^t
Lieut Kdwln L. Brackney, M C . Kan
| mi; Hut Uwt Willi** O Gw>ka?a?
.4. i , Lv?i?r?Jvi. IMlDMr HtOtll,
KImI Lltul. Joaaph R. Darnall. M (i,
DiatrUt of Columbia, riril Lieut. It
land k) DachielL M C., Kentucky;
Klrat Lieut. Wllmr C. Drelbelblr*.
M a. I'eimay U aula: Klrat Lieut MII
per H E*kes. M C, Alabama;
fiial Liaut. Joseph K. ik'la
ghar. M C.. Maine; Klrat uleiit.
Brooke C. Grant U. C, Tatai; K!rrt
Lieut. Kae K Uouke, M Meat Vlr-'
ginia; Klrat Lieut. John U Knau-ti, M.
Cm I'enneylvania; Klret Lieut. Alav
ander Mlleau. Jr , M C., Maine; Klraf
Lieut. Korreat R Oat-ander. M C,
Michigan; Klrat Lieut. Auguat J. Pt
rial. M C, I'ennayIvanla iMternberg
| Medal); Klrat Lieut Lurlua K Fitter
aon. M C.. Georgia; Klrat Lieut. I.uk?
H 1'eck M C., Maara'-huaette; Kiral
Llaut. William S Pcout, M Kan
aae: Klrat Lleul Waller U HI. liar l*.
M. C., Maryland: Klrat Lieut, t'lark
A. Wlleo*. M C., New York; Kli?t
Lieut. Jamea N. William. M C, Vir
ginia; Klrat Lieut. Krank W. Young.
M C., Abal%nia.
A* a reward for efficient work the
i ommlaaloner of penalona ha* pro
moted John it. Hearh. an official In
the Bureau of Penalon*. to be chief
of the new retirement division cre
ated under the Hterling-Lehlbach bill.
The appointment wan made by Mr.
of the valuable work done by Mr.
Heach In behalf of Kederal penaiona
ain?* 1916. He drafted the W'&dn
wortli J'ederal employe*' retirement
bill in 1017. and waa active in support
of the retirement measure which ha*
ju?t become law.
Mr. Reach i* president of Local No.
5. Federal Ktnployea' L'nlon. and ha*
had an active career In working for
I the betterment of conditions of Gov
ernment employe*.
l?:e i riam w??4 up rapidly t to la
The >anie tee crrui eeveral gallon*
?II told will wut down again thla
I afternoon at tp9'clack And It
I will be at a lower laval than whan
It ilarlnl up
The lee i ream in queetioa w aa
made In Cleveland early ihia morning
and la now oo lt? way to ihla city
by airplane Tbe iTtam la being ear*
ried l? a newly dralgned iceleea con
tainer wblch i?'being tented by man
klMturirt Tbe contalnar ie pattern
ed after tha Thtrmo* park. Mlmllar
work la b<lD( earrled on by t?e Bu
leau of Htandar4a hud tbe container
will be carefully examined by bureap
experts upon It* arrival.
The arlplane In which tbe creain la
balug carried Ie a tbrae paasenger
; I'ayton wuilit plann It left Cleve
j land at It o'clock. Ralph A. I^t. of
' Oinaha and W IC. Telling, of Ctava
, land, representatives of the Arm
which manufactured tha ica cream are
! pasaengers In tbe machine
The Ice eream will be served at
flauacher'a tonight, after a few gal
lona have been aent to the White
' Houae. Waahlngton Ice cream manu
facturer. Including the Chapln-Macks,
Kuesell-Young and Carry companiej,
are In charge of tha event. George
Sacks, of Chapin-Hacka, la chairman
of the committee In charge
Today'a event I* a preliminary to
i "National Ice Cream Day." which will
he celebrated throughout tha country
Thursday. At tonlght'a banquet at
llauscher * Ice cream manufacturer*
from al! part* of the country will
speak. and arrangemena for the cele
bration of Ice cream day will be made
? W. J?lt Uuch ec?uoiul*l, will be ,
the principal jpcikti at the reiul?r j
monthly meeting ?f tbe City Club lo- I
(light at the VVIIWr* Hotel Mr. Uaui lr |
recently ?llr?.twl nation wide alien
u?* *t?n t? u4? putlle oMUil
figure# tod atgtamanta rl|w4l*( lk?
big ludualrlea of Ik* csiMtr;.
The quaallun of the club'a M?
building projart will be brought up
? I ihe mealing and ? epeclal core
or which Maorwe P Roaan
berg la chairman. w|ll report I ha
liid.riH of n naming lha building
Tli* ntellni will ba conclude* wild
a program or aavaral moaleal a ad
.audevllle numbera
Mauric* V. Fljrnn ? Established 184 >
607-609 C St. It W.
H?fT Hawra? Hall* , 7 OUt I* >iM
Krltr^aih T U?* li> I *'< la
Ice Cream is a Food
Ice Cream combines the strength
and nourishment of food with the
delicacy and refreshment of the
richest dessert. Ice Cream is ideal
for youth and age. It sustains,
strengthens and it is equally good
in the home and hospital. For
convalescence it is unsurpassed be
cause of its ease of digestion.
Ice Cream contains more food
than an equal weight of meat, fish
?r eggs. Its freshness is always
assured by its frozen condition.
Carry Ice Cream Company,
FusseU-Young Company,
Chapin & Sacks Company,
This day will be celebrated in millions of homes in all sections. For the
occasion, and for this day only, your dealer will sell the sa^.ne delicious ice
cream that you always buy, at 25c per quart in a Thermopak for $1.50.
Combination sale price $1.75. This day opens the threat ice cream season.
It will properly introduce the Thermopak, the greatest single improvement
since iceless refrigeration.
25c a Quart in a Thermopak
The dealer knows that when you have a
Thermopak he can give you far better service
and satisfaction with your ice cream. The Ther
mopak keeps ice cream hard two to four hours
without ice or salt. True, it saves time and
labor for the dealer, but it saves money for
you and gives you ice cream for dinner, as cool
and delicious as the moment you bought it,
and without waste or loss of any kind.
Go* in to your confectioner or druggist to
morrow?get a quart of ice cream, put up in
a Thermopak. You will have the pleasure of
ice cream, ice cold for dinner. Your home
will have for years to come the hundreds of
advantages aiid economies that the Thermopak
gives. The Thermopak keeps liquids and solids
hot or cold. It is better for butter than a re
frigerator. It holds the temperature of hot
coffee, ices, sherbets, whipped cream, gelatine*,
for many hours. In thousands of homes the
Thermopak is eliminating the annoyance and
disappointment of poor desserts on hot days.
Purpose of National
Ice Cream Day
The remarkably low price is made possible
by the Thermopak Company to encourage
wider use of ice cream as a food in the home
and to demonstrate the usefulness of the Ther
mopak. Order your favorite brand?Carry's Ice
Cream. Fussell-Young Ice Cream, The "Vfctvet
P P. Andrew* Paper Co.. 7*7 13th Street, DUtrihatorm.

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