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SECONDRAC Walsh Dolins Offer For Him to Be Cox's Run ning Mate . (Continued from First Page.) geography and also reconcile any poe albie factional party differences." It is strongly hinted that Meredith, SuApposed to be strong with IthI farmers because he is a publisher of farm papers. and to be so closely.rae *ated to the Administration as to be in a position to take Cox support front Wilson men who have fought Cox here, in the man marked for thet lightning. NeADOo MEN DISGRUNTLED. Neither the McAdoo nor 1he Palmer Inen show any enthusiasm when the names of their fallen itiroes are entioned for second place. McAdoo's olluwers seem to regard the sug estion as something to be "scotched' on the spot. An the Tammany men arrive there Is no miistaking their sense of Jublia tion over the nomination of Cox. Day light was stresking the Pacitic sky before convention bands ceased grind ing out "Sidewalks of New York," be fore Charlie Murphy's hotel window. When the band played the -Tan Many" tune. Murphy and his braves let out resounding war vhoops. Rourke Cockran was in fine fettle. At his hotel, William Jennings Bryan was In his roon, closeted with his secretary, making the other side of the picture by grinding out a de nunciation of Cox and declarirpg the action of tite convention to have been "Wet." FIND DEFEAT BITTEIL It would be futile to deny that there are signs of bitterness here to day. However, the optimists declare that they wilI pass on the winds'of today's events. In a few hours the great exodus Will be on. Many of the delegates say they feel thiat the business of the 7convention might have been short ened and feel that they have.ovor stayed. This feeling contributed to the bik cave-in in the conventiolt after midnight this morning, it being the evident fixed desire of the dele gates to reach a decision on the pres idential nominee att the night session. Many delegates w'ere grumbling to day over the vexations which grew out of the unit rule, binding delega tions to enact the instructions of tltate primaries, and there is no ques tion but that this matter will receive serious attention in many States be; fore another national convention con venes. GOV. COX BEAT HARDING, BUTIT WASN'T WARREN G. When Democratic campaign man agers heard their rivals boast today that "Cox will be the easiest Demo crat In November," they simply smiled knowingly and pointed to the Con gressional elections in Ohio for 1908. The results at the polls when these two great Ohio named were pitted against each other show this way: Cox 32,524: Harding, 19.300. This discovery today somewhat took the wind out of the Republican sails. Democrats regarded it as the-hand t writing on the wall" . that foretells ginother Cox victory over Hartthig. "There's a nigger in the-woad-pile somewhere," said on of the Harding managers with mtch perplexed scratching of his head. Then some political wise-acre thought to call up the Senate librar ian to confirm the disastrious pre diction of blasted Republican hopes. There it was in black and white in the roll-call of the sixty-first Con gress. But it happens to be another Harding-not "Warren G." James M. Cox landed in the sixty first Congress on a Democratic land clide in 1908 after a battle royal with Congressman John E. Harding, whp hails from Excello, not from Marion. Republican managers pulled a long breath of relief and dug once mere' into campaign plans for November. CONVENTION IS OPENED BY ELKS IN CHICAGO CHICAGO, July 6.-Americanism was the keynote of an address by "rank L. Rain. grand exalted ruler of the Elks, at the opening meet. ing last night of the six-day con PROPOSALS __ OF'FICE OF THE COtMdIS~IeNERS, Washington, D. C., June 28. 1920. Sealed Sroposals will be received at this offne., oom 509 District Building, until 2 o'clock p. in., July 15, 1920, for furnishing two mtotor' vehicles, light trucks, with express bodies, for use in Surface Divisuion.- Speci ficat ions and forms of proposal may be had upon application to the Purchasing Of ac-er, Room :320 Dlstrict Building. LOUIS I4ROWNI.OW, CHARLES W. KUZ, Cowl sutissioners. D). C.. . TREAAURYl DNl~PARTMKNT. Supervising Arc'hitectes Offnce, Washington,. D. C., June es. 19W-8NAi'.D PROPORALg' will be opened in this office at 3 p. mi., July 7, 1920, for Rtepairs to Mechanical Equipmtent int the United States Treasury, Treeasury Annex No. 1, Butler and1 Winder Butldintgs, Washing ton D. C.. in accordance with specification. copies of which masy be had at this office, in the discretion of the Supervising Architect. Jlan. A. Wetmore. Acting Supervising Archi tect. _____ 09fiCEi OF" THE COMMI8SlONERS. Washington, D). ('., July 2. 1920. Sealed proposals will be received at this office. )~oom 50I. District Building, untIl 2 o'clock r. m.. July 15,. 19,0. for furnishing Cast Iron Water Pltp-a andi Specials. Sipecineca tions and forms of proposaal may be had upon application to the .Purchasing Officer. itnnm 320, District utilding. LOUIS j;ROWNLOW, ('HARLEH4 W. KUTE. Cong milssionera, . ' OFFeICE OF THE COMMSilBIONERtS. Washingtn. D). C, Jualy 2. 1920. Seated Veyroposals will be received at this office, !Room 509. DistrIct Buiildin'g, until 2 o'clock mi.. August 2, 192fl. for furtisintg Mio e..-r-driven Fire Apparatus. Specrications ond forms of proposal may be hait upon ap .elentinn to the Purchasing Officer Room Lon CHIARLECI W. KU'TZ. Commission. c rs. I. 4' Opr"1CE OF THlE COMMisiNRR. We~hington. P. 4'.. June 'It, 1920.-Sealed rroposals will be received at this offlee. ,nnmt 509. istrict Building, until 2 o'clock nam on July 21, 19*0. for the cnnstructionn 'of sewe in the Diutrici of Columbis, in svling the ennstrtaetian of approuimastely :-5&0 linear feet 'of. brick sn'l concrete rwer. 4 feet il inches hy l5 feet 6 inches. Forma "f trnpoesis, ep.-'ffraginns and nec ebfary information may be obtained from the Chtef Clnrk, Engineer Departmest, J~oomb 427, tlstrirt Building. Washington, ),t'T7. t'omm 5 0aloners D. C.. bivv7ii elFTiE~COMMISBiONURS, Washltngton, P C.. June 30, 1920.-Mealed ,'r'peosals will be reeved at this office. Itonm 6)9, itistrict liuilding, until 2 o'clock n. . on July- 30. 19241, for ths constructiton of superstructure. inck ('reek Pumping gls'ein. Twenty-sev'nth and K streets nrthwbest. Washington. D. C. Forms of ,'rnopeel. specifiestions and n'eessary in frmati'0on my be niiln'ed front the Chief e'lerl. Engineer Department. floom 427. l.01'a4 BROW ,OW, CH ARLUg W. et'T.L Commisieera. D. C. Notees a 0Me Ph**d U49 OF . M PN.M 6 ,y k Vetrs. Okinhama Repmeseativo eemabe to Ujsaspected Iliess ' Wle e Vacatiem. Congressman Dick T. Morgan. sixty nix years. old, who was a member of the House of' Representatives from the Eightis Qklahoma district the lat six ter n, and one of the hardest workers for the soldier bonus, is dead a% Danville, Ill.. where he be came IlI of lobar pneumonia while on a vacation trip with his wife. Congressman Morgan was a Repub lican. and, although his State is nor nally l.eocratie, was elected re Peatedly because of his personal popu larity and conscientious service. lie ivt, born on a farm in Prairie Creek township. Indian-&, IDecember 5. 1P-3. and oducated in Prairie Creek High School and Union Christian t'ol. lege. Later he graduated from Cen tral Law School at Indianapolis. He was elected to the lower house of the Indiana legislature in 1XX0. In 1904 he was appointed register of the land office at Woodward. Okla., said held the position until elected to Con gress in 1908. He is survived by his wife and one son, an attorney In Oklahoma City. G EORGE .ROGURS. Funeral services for George Rogers. six years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Rogers, ofeRiverdale, who died in a Washington hospital early Saturday morning from& a gunshot vound inflicted accilien lIy by hir brother, William. sitteen. were held yesterday morning from St. Jerome's Catholic Church. Hyattaville, inter ment being in Mount.Olivet Cemetery. According to the mother's state ment. William had borrowed a gun fi kill ratio and, on his return to the house, took the bnljets out and put them in'his pocket. He went upstairs and, after reading some time, return ed and started to clean'the weapon. Having accounted for. all the bullets. as- he supposed. he playfully pulled the -trigger and, to his amasement, the gun went off, - the.- bullet striking George in the neck and penetrating to his spine. CHARLES J. MURPnv. Funeral services for Charles J. Murphy. well-known lawyer, will be held at. Dahlgren Chapel, George town, tomorrow. Interment will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mr. Murphy, who has been a mem ber of the Washington Bar Associa tion for. many years, was promi-nent in District activities. - He died Sun day at his ho'me in Jessup, Md. Birtec 1888 he has practiced here. Honorary pallbearers are George E. 'Hamilton. E. J. Stellwegen, Dr. Wal ter Harben, Prank Henry, John J. Haropilton. If. R. Gower. D. W. O'Dono;hue, R. Ross . Perry. Hugh Fegan. .Henry Sohun, Barry Mohum. I. J. Costigan. Capt. Charles Roach and J. D. Sullivan. MRS. ELIZABETH. L. HURLEY. Coroner Nevitt today issued a cer tificate of accidental death, due to ga. poisonink. in the case of Mrs. Elizabeth Ls. Hurlfy, forty years of age, who waa dfound dead- at her home, 1231 Thigtaenth. street north went, Testerdaytu'ior'sisg She was in the. fromt, reo*h ef the house, and -gas' was, tound flowing from a gas stove.. Police- say she -dii-. covered the escaping gas before her death, but lapsed into unconscious ness before aid could be call.'d. BIRTHS. SONS. William F. and Emma B. Hatton. Herman P. and Daisy V. Garner. rharles T. and Alice E. Garner. William R. and Grace 0. Redman. Julius I. and Jennie '. Bloom. Thomas E. and Agnes E. Adams. Richard J. and Ines Jones. Harris and-Agnes Bowen. DA UG H TE RS. Henry W. and Mary A. Eriuman. William It. and Mary Dean. S. Sherwood, Jr., and Margaret Edmonston. MARRIAGE LICENSES Thomas McKinley Grey. 22: Mary Dodd. - 19. The Rev. C. E. Wheeler. DeWitt C. Patterson. 28: Beatrice M. Brumwell-Smith; 27. - The Rev. it. S. Fmith. W. George Roe, 26; Neil E. Woods. 23. of Arlington. Ind. The Rev. F. J. Pretty-s man. (eorgo A. Stankovich, 27; Louise Trilley, 27. The Rev. IH. F. Downs. Wils'on Carl Lawson. 23, New Bern. N.C.; Annie Elizabeth Tucker. 18. The Rev. (G. C. Bacon. Fred J1. Oibertean, 28; Marie Baker. 21, Baltimore, Md. The Re.v. J. K. ('art wright. Rufus F. Pitzer, 49; Jeasn H. Blixby, 41. The Rev,. J. H. Taylor. Edwin Rt. Lusby. 34; Rose A. D~alute, 29. The Rev. RI. F. Downs. Arthur Guy Christianson, 32. Baker, Ore.; Elrma Pearil Truitt,. 2. The Rev. Hi. . Mtit chell,. Joseph Zettoli. 23; Blanche M. nanders, 23. The Rev M. P. J.MEan.. - Horace D. Sttilman, 24; Margaret M.Mc Kay, 21. The Rev. E. A. Hannan. William Nikrug, 32; Gossic Finer. :8. The Rev. M. A. Horwitz. Franii 8. Smson, 21; Nell Elisabeth Daingel, 19. The Rev. C. E. Whrseler., William Earnest Harbin, 22; lone Elisabeth Day. 21. The Rev. William M. Lyon. Harry M. Cohan. 22; Leah Gllaisman, 20. The Rev. G. Silveretone. Warren Richards, 26; Plora H. Mc~rath, 20. The Rev. J. E. Brigga. Lewis Camss Leigh, 22, Vienna. V'e.; Heten Wills Ballard, 22, Charlottesville, Va. The Rev. D. M. Brown. Arthur M. Walters, 27, Philadelphia, Pa.; Nola, 8. Engman, 20. Pass Christian, Miss. Judge Robert E. Mtattingly. Archie Hf. Woodief. 27; Grace Louis King. 21. Richmond. Va. The Rev. J. Hi. J1effries. Charles WA. Mullve~in. 31. Mi pneapolls, M.inn.; Besale May Davis. 25. La Junta. Col. The Rev. J. H. Jeffries. James Malone, jO; Minnie L. Smith. 29. Blarcroft. Va. The Rev. W. Rt. Flanna gan. John E. Spellman, 27, San Francisco, Cal.; Dixie M. Harden. 20. Richmond, Va. The Rev. J.- 3. Jeffries. . Carlyle Ashby Brown. 19, B~allon, Va.; BIRTHS. ABAlNNTHV--To LNhO B. and MARY V. ABnlINETHIY at Providence Hospital, July 4, a daughtter. DEATHS COO~gan MndayJuly 9. 1920, at the residence of his daughter. Mrs. H. W. Andterson, 1211 W. St., Anacostia. D. C., I.BWIS E. COOKE He was the hus band of life late WIllie E. Cooke (nee Fowier). He. is surviveud by four dau gh turs and one son, Lewis B. Cooke, Mrs. iE. V. Thorne, SMrs. Ht. WV. Anderson, Mirs. C. I.. Lockwood and Mrs.- tG. I. Dyspn. Funeral from his late residedice Wediteaday at 2:20 p. m. Relative. and fflends invlted. FLOR AL DFSIfONS FUNERAL DESIGNS Of every desertpto-Moderate inries, 1314 1 3T. 3. 1. S UNDRTAAERS . I .WILLIAM LEE UNDK TAXER AN LIYVERT. assahanae K. 233h. WAUEINGTON. D a OMSMO BYOUNCL SAM July WIN Sft Mpy Government Bureaus and Boards In Now Quarters. July is moving month in the Gov ernment departments and several bu reaus and independent units of the Uovernment who have for several months been jockeying for isore space In which to transact business will have their wishes gratified. One of the biggest moving jobs will be the transfer of the Whipping Board from its present quarters on V street. between Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets pofthwest. to the Navy b'ilding, at OeVenteenth and B streets northwest. The Shipping Board now pays a rental of about $86.000 a year for quarters in the old Interstate Commerce building and the adjoining American National Bank building. NAVY FORCUS TO MOVE. The Navy Departmest will relin quish control of She' building and transfer the work done there to the State, War and Navy building. The War Department has given up its quarters in the C building, at Sixth and B streets northwest, and will be concentrated in the temporary war buildings which are now being used by the munitions bureau. the War Trade building. on B street, be tween Seventeenth and Nineteenth at eets northwest, and the building at 1 Virginia avenue. By this move, all the War Depart ment bureaus will be housed in build ings in the immediate vicinity of the War Department. The War Depart ment, however, will retain one build lIg in the Ikxth and B streets group. This building, known as M building, is the only one of the temporary war structures that in fire-proofed, and the adjutant general's records will be kept in this building. HEALTH sERVICE CENTERED. In one of the buildings vacated by the War Department at Sixth and B streets the Public Health Service will be housed. Tihe Public Hlealth Service is now scattered in several buildings throughout the city. They will all be centered in the new building, with the exception of the administration office, which will be ept at :New Jersey avenue and B streets south1 east, where it has been for years. The Agriculture Department has been allotted two wings of the F building. Sixth and B streets, and-all the scattered units of this department will be moved into the building. The building was formerly occupied by the Surgeon GenerAl of the Army. . The income tax unitof the Internal Revenue Bureau will.be/given space in 'A baliding of the Sixth and -B streets group. It is thought probable by the Public Buildings (lommission. whieft has charge of the allotment of space in Govarnment buildings, that all the bureaus will be permanently housed by August 1. BUILDINGS COMING DOWN. The Public Buildings Commission has served notice on the owners of the ground upon which is built the temporaYy buildibgs which lIoused'the Council of National Defense and Cor, coran Courts that they will give up the space when the leases expire. The buildings will be torn down. The Council of National Defense building will be torn down next Februarv. t, make room for the new offl.e building which is to be erected by the laugh ters of the American Revolution. The orcoran Cotirts will be torn down next summer. Another building that is to he torn down in the near future, or as soon as the Public Buildings Commission gets additional space, is tie Sanda Court. This building is probably the least known of all the temporary war buildings to the general public and few hut (kpvernment clerks have ever seen itand till fewer have -ever been inside of it. SAVES'LARGE RENTALS. The Sanda Court is the hoine of the passport division of the State Depart ment. and Is built in the courtyard of the State. War and Navy buildings. Complain has been made to the coin mission the tthe heat Is almost un bearable in the summer. on account of being closed in on all silles by the massive building. In the winter com plaint is madet that it Is hard to hent. The Public Buildings Commission. of -which Senator Smoot of Utah is chairmarl, is a joint commission of members of the Houar and Senate and a few Government officials,- whose duty its to allot space to the different Government departments. Of an ap propriation of $10,000. the commission has only spent about $1,000. while it has saved the Government about half a million a year in rentals. Eileen Emma al., 18, Clarendon, Va. The Rev. C. S. Abbott. W. Luther t'oleman, 37, Baltimore, Ndt leary'S 1coteman. 33, Tarrant, Ala. The Hey. J1 E.Broggs. Jas. F. Marmion,. 21: Helen K. Street. 19, Italtimore, Md, The Rev. J. K. ('art Hottr 4h Grubbs, 21 Bristow, Va ; adie McConichiC, 1t. Orange. Va. The Rev. H. D. Down. Ritchard Lewis Sunderland, 23. 14.on, Md.; Ethel Goldie Cornwell. 17. Rockville, Ml. The Rev. J. H. Jetries. Harry L. McCarthy. 39; Carrie B. Arnold. 42, Brookvilie, Md. The Rev. II. I'. ' owns, ' DEATHS. gliett ii. Berry. 58 yrs., (larfield Hon. Hiram W. Hubbard. 80 yr.., 933 Ith st. se. Morris Levy. 55 yr.., Sibley to. Geprge Wadsworth. 56 yrm, t. E'liz. Hto. Charles F. Gordon, 72 yrs., Home for In Emly F.nexter. 89 yrm., 3245 N st. nw. Theodore W. Strickland, 4 mom., 1530 E Clara R. Phelps. 2 mom.. Providence Ho. William Foster. 26 yrn , 220 D st. nw. ~eroy Campbell, I yr., 2002 Rosedsln st. ne. Wiliam Stewart, 4 yr. Wash. Ay. Ho. HARDING OPPOSED TO J0LUCY OF PAI.ISOLTION PAIJuly 6.-The newspaper, L'Eciair prints an interview with Myron T. Hterrick, former United States ambassador to France, in which' he i. quoted as saying: "Renat~ Harding aasuired me that he was/onylneed that America's isolatl must be ended, and that Monroe's dloctrine, formulp ted a hundred years before the ad vent of the aeroplane. couldu lnt possibly be applied now. - i elected. Senator Harding will insist upon the United States res Rich D. C. A Arrest For ToDo AwA Acclaime' .the "nicedat sa1 0i e4' WgrIA nd, Knight .of itje Mdiy eight yes, ago by yla Vte, Ch0et4 A. $inow, milloosire latent ateay aged se t- eA;.ggar$. t2yl it, under a t charged with comaspir to do awv with (he. write ,of letters. . i4now was sorved Vrtb- a warrst this. morning chatieIg;lm w - spiracy to do away wit is Addis Htubb'rd Snow. who three years ago was awarded a limailted divorce and $600..mpnthly alimony. He.was released 'on giving 410.00u bail. Under a former court order Snow I permitte.d to visit his srnail son. Dex ter Herbert Snow. once a week. Hg. receutly petitioned the court to isste an order making the visits more fre quent. The case is now under advisb nent. Henry N. Davis, counsel for W(e. Snow, -furnished the information to Assistant United i4tqe District 'At torney James I. Ar er, -n which the warraht was swoen'out today. ' The EnoWs were married in Webh. ington. July 29, 1913, and lived 'to gether until November 10, 1916. 8nbw. who was a widower. - was seventy yearn old and his bride was thirty seven. When Mrs. Snow asked for a divorce in 1917. it was brought out that she. "fell out" with her husband during the first week of their married life. It was on their honeymoon! to Niagara Falls that the first mention of a separation was made, according to testimony offeted during the hear Ing. U S. Pays An Hour t< When to 'he mental arithmetic wizard at, the District building comes out today with the rather startling' statement that the Government 'of the United States of America pays forty-five cents an hour, to the man who is charged with the responsibility of keeping the nation's capital healthy. Dr. William C. Fowler, Distrlyt health officer, with a salary of $4,I00 a year, is the man referred to. Dr. Fowler ie on duty twenty-four hoursr each day. lie spends nearly half of this time at his office, the other half at his home on Firet street north' west. While home he is near his telephone and subject to call at any hour. morning noon or night. It-in in MW. Fowler's hands that the Government puts the healih of n'early 500.000 p;ople. lie must see that the city is kept in such a condition that the possibility of diseas" spread is reduced to a minimum. He init see that the 60.000 children in the Prhools are kept fit to study; that their -class rooms are properly ventilated: that no disease is lurking in the vicinity of the schools and children with contai. ous disease# are confined to their romes. HAS MAIY RESPONSiBIL lTIES. For forty-five cepts an hour Dr. Fowler has some job on his hands. And he has some responsibility. Dr. Powler not only conduets his office. but. finds time to dabble in other mat ters concerning the public. He ip 'a prominent figure in every fight to re dure the price of mIlk, and is always willing to take part in' an%' project by which the public will directly or indirectly benefit. When a new disease looms in Wash' ington, it is Dr. Fowlgr;.3 job to pre HARDING LAUNCHES PIAZZA CAMPAIGN By A. 0. HAY'ARD. MARION. Ohio, July 6. -Seiiator Waren G. Hardipg. Republican candi 'late, has' begun his front porch cam paign for election as President. About 7,000 of his friends and neighbors heard him condemn last night the supermanII in governmnent and make an appeal for the restora tion of a party gov'ernmen~lt under the leadership of a normal man. "This is to be a party fight, not a camlpaign of personalities," he de clared. The Senator sated that he 11i not desire visiting delegations uende his campaign plans until n('xt month. bult the Senator started it' with his pech late yesterday and the cam paigne is likely to get under way before he exp('cts it. Harry M. Daugherty, of Ohio, per sonal friend of the Senator, and on' of the national campaign commnitte' of twenty-one, appointed at a meet -g of the advisory c'ommnitte'e of the national commit tee with Sernator Harding in Washington .nome time 'eo, discussed campaign planas wi'hI Senator Harding until a late hour lastI Senator Harding denied th-st there had been established rt sup~er cam aign committte consisting of .John W. Weeks. Mass.: A. T. Hert, Kan ucky; Charles D. HIlles, New York, enen Daeugherty. It has been. report edl that this small committee hadl been selected to have supreme control of campaign managers "Sucth a c'ommittee wassugte. sail the Senator. "It was thought the committee of twenty-one mtgltt he d'f feult to get together to meet emerg encies and a small commeitte'e was d. - srable. I hteA'e not heard ' haet it haed been named, but I am certain that vational Crhairmcan Hays willI be on thC small ceomnittee: There is no division, no conflict in the manage ment of the campaign," the Senator insisted. 1ie statede also that the campaign would be dire td from Marion. IMITATION GOLD TOOTH IN LUNG CAUSES DEATH HAlaTiMORE, JTuly .-An imitation gold tooth. sdallowedl three inonths ago by Howard Elmer lIeard, nineteen years old, resulted in huis death from the effects of an operatio~n to 'reeon it performed at .lohens Hopkins lies. pit twso wteeks ago. Tlhe fealst' too iith ns ni brass .she'll. w~hieb,~ whene slipped ov'er' a real toeo maie it look like a gold one. It had oe-a in te boy's. lung. fan Under Conspiracy y With Wife CHESTER A. S"OW. To court awarded Wfre. Snow 0 a month-allmony, which was protest ed by Spiow. * Nuineress letters were -offeredfin evidence showing that Mrs. Snow used endegring terms in addresingD hier husaband. Te wife contended4 her husband woos anl ardent woore, while Snow claimed hit wife did the courting. Fowler 45c P T ell D. C.t Take a Pill ,vent Jits spread; when the ever Pres tnt diseases appear in epide;mic form. Dr. Fowir r is called upon:, when a mad dog, suspected of having rabiex, In hiting people. it comes to Fo)wler's4 earn; when back y-arde, cellare4, houps andi other places are unusually Jirty. Dr. Fowler it; called to clean them uip. Dr. Frowler In at firm man. Hie makes decisions quickly. lie will aht heal ,ale a moment In taking a step to safegtua rd the health of the eitv, even though that step inay appear useless to outsiderm. lIe ham been in the health office for more t ia twen ty -five. years and knows tIn " yWDtripd through and through. TWO YE"IARS IN PRBINRT OFP90EI Dr. Fowler wam promotecd Vrbre ;ax' toIstant health officer efnfy -two yearsF ago, but he in one of the thost' acti-ve department .head,- of the District. -ll.s department is one of the larisent; hitt ditties are almost endless. Y--s, forty fiv,! cen 'ts appears to bp &.mighty small salary for a man who In chargoid with thle .Job of mafe-guard ing the health of a half million people. vention of the order. "WVe put 70.0AKu men in sevice., with 'Hlark 3A(-k' P'ershing at their 'head,' he said. "We* ere-cted two hospitals in Francve ahld two in America. We paid for the maintenoance of ;.#I 4com mulnity housesm. Our records show 1.037 Elks 'wenit West.' Could any organization have miore causme to be: proud' The re-port fr ith.. gramd gceretary to be made today. will show that last year twny-,xudges were4 added, with a not invepnae of11, members, bringilig thle total to (;45 67s. Officers will be -lected tjoday. FALLS CHURCH LETS 'ERM G0 ON INDEPENDENCE DAT F cIt ll'itl . Va., J ly 6.---Al the noise of the old-time Fourth, wit the dignity ard di ra of a mrhtar exhibition, attendid the celebration o. Indepndene 0ainn Fallm Church. he affair was under the and.pi( of AleGroarty'-taimbaugh pos4t, Amerli an liegion. with the asustanc w Trtp tHrer. cavalry, from Fortaie. ani the unit of the ohtical warfai srrvice. AnhTre ll ad. Chm .atl vtet prvadry wpen the day. Ardt. ward dre es wepreI made byc fo. gr.eFoman i \Valled uon:re. Clon ivs. tofin Forpl.t 1ome tn 1 or V'we an. ofthe Adjant Greunual'y ofit wh ower insiuhed to cl'aan hmp give h yae wipp t iran. wih make geniados qudcblank ctr idg~i es i tahema ien arfara uni conribtept inatheuavdning furntisfhe fitewv The oud. wi. as bne enfithehl helth nrfor mornivaluwndt.v yarls ofd thew tao anp~d coun, throug and ngthn te gh.m ingtnt hely fme l -aiteyr vacni, but fromn o tahtioston ats (lewrimn s, of rt e managesof ths Pimb 'arn au k st nighest ons fomrtyn' fly~eader..hpp'"sto is'hrreds wit the cah rnivafhehuard ingrth huearo atralfon illo for eairmn of the ordera cmeit ichargeid ofe earnva tohsial. orgckaiao ve chairm a; Eton b;. B'rownud rtr n Ca~sRihet TJe A.ephrtfl of the J.an A.rWhr Tobemae toWison reidt sof that lastitytr of Amer-enn y- ica lg~ 'rer added ofithaet lutre of Ilumi: mmes.nng the rktotal toe up nfi er will bhentened tedtoy. thei e. outhen ofl-im Fourh, duvits nmh i I i onitt4fd(I e. - ebaid to ofhu ' e art 3o-w tie mbth pouicer and th niaohers.Lc1 ara TODAY' SALE Waahington as" 1o, 11.60198. Columbia Gragikophone com.. $0,1. 7368*%. 1l-29%. lb 30%. Mergenthaler dAnotype. 100121. AFTUR CALA. Washington -Raillwv& 6d UMeStEt pfd.. 8V40%. 6040%. Arlington Vir Inasurasof. S67%. Chesapeake AM Peteae Telepheoe 5'.. 01.e0@. un. S5.e0009 LOCAL BOND MARKET PUBLIc UTILITY BOND. . id. Asked. Tel. A Tela. 4's .... 74% 75 Tot. 4 Tela. 4%'s.. TI% m: T. A T. C'' tr. S'... 1416 75% p. T. a T. Con.s.... 9% ... . P.T1.. ......... 0. p. Traction R. R. 5's... 8% ... 'town Gas lst s.........4 eut.. R. I's.....'......96% t. Eec. Lt. 1's........ 90 94 9t1 Elec. C(on. $'s.... .....3% Ot. klec. Power W's.... ... .2 Pot. Elec. P. (-M. W' ... 90 94 . Balt.4# An. a's... ... s0 ahington Gas 1's.... 63 55 . Ry. & E. -M 's, ... 0 . - MISCEIAANdU BONDS. . C. Paper Mfg.*'s .... .. to a Realty 5* (long.) 2 PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS. 4%mer, Tel. & Teleg...... 92% capital Traction .........84 -6 Washington Gas ....... 44 414 X. a. W. Steamboat ..... 210 ... Wash. Ry. & Ek com.... 15 17 Waph. Ry. & Elec. pfd.. 40 41 a.b. Va. By. com...... 2 ... ash. Va. Ry pfd....... 0 ... NATIONAL BANK STOCKS. American Nat. lank.... 170 186 Ir'#ltal Nat. Dank. . 185 . E olumbia Nat. Bank....,160 ... ommercial Nat. Bank.. 172 18W District Nat. Bank..... 173 ... Far. & Mech. Nat. Bank 230 ... Federal Nat. Bank...... 175 ... Liberty Nat. Bank...... 328 133 Lincoln Nat. Bank...... 1 Nat. Metro. Bank....... : . Higgs Nat. Ban.. .k.... 460 ... tierond Nat. Hank .--... 100 105 Washington ............192 205 TRUST COMPANY STOCKS. *Amer. Sec. & Trst... 227 240 Continental Trust ...... 106% Nat Sav. & Trust ...... 255. 275 Union Trust............,113% 118%4 Wash. Loan & Trust,.. 245 263 SAVINGS BANK STOCKS. Commerce and Savings. 14 East Wash. Sav. Ban.kB. 13 erchants' Bank ...... 150 c. Sav. & Com. Bank.. 200 Seventh St. Say. Bank... 145 Union .Savings Bank.... 110 1'. S. Savings Bank.. .. 200 240 Wash. Mechanics' Bank. 17 FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS. Arlington Fire Inqurahce 7% Corcorar Fire Insurance. 70 Firemen's Fire Insurance 23 . fier-Amer. Fire Ins..... 220 Nat. Union Fire Ino..... 6% TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS. rolumbia Title Insurance 4% 5% Real Estate Title Ins.... 77 ... . MISCELIANEOUS STOCKS; Col. OrWpho con........ 30 .' Gol. Gsrathoph6ne, pfd.. A3 86 Iu.-C. Iapes.44U4 o .... -76 5 Ah 6". Pnortoftd...... ....102 rtMer. ;Tr. de Storage..... o ... rw'eptbaler- Linotyp. 124% 125% OMd Dutoh btarket com.. 4% 6 Old Datch Market pfd.. 10 11 Lanston Monotype ..... 73 77 'Security. Storage ...... 200 ... .c. Stge. & Safe Dep... 120 ... Washington Market .. 17% ... THE CURB MARKET I p. m. prices furntshed by W. . Riba SCc-.. member. of New York Steod Us. hasge. - - - -'l Aske. Aetna HItplsives ...... 9%. 10 !'-ston & iontana...... 61 2oston & Wyoming..... 1 1's 'ities Service (new).... 36 36% .'ities Service (old)..... 328 330 ilties Service pfd..... . . 6 65% 'onsolitdated Colpper ... 2% ' 3 ;osden Company 7 7% 'o'den pfd............... 3% 4 >ominion Oi........... 0 10% .lk Basin ............., 7i 8 Tederal Oil ........... 2% 2% ;!lliland Oil ..........o 27 30 -illiuand Oil pfd........ .78 85 ,lenrock Oil........... 2% 2% uffey-Gillespie ....... 25 : 26%/ atercontinental Rubber 12 14 iternational Petroleum 311.1 36 vingston Petro ...... 6 8 erritt Oil ............. 15% 16 i idwst Refining ...... 146 148 orth Amer. P1. & .......6 7 Falt C'reek ........... .... 3: 34 apuilpa corn. ........ 5% S imnnis Petroleum ....... 16 16% :bmarine Corp......... 12' U. ift Interna.ional ..... 3514 3.% ropival Oil ............ 20% 21 S. Steamshtp...........2% 2% ited Re-taii Candy.... 14% 15 lite' Oil .... .. ..........19 26 -ILht-Mtart in Acro ... 2 S Chicago ""ur p1' ....... 9.1% 94 hy't Packbing .........' *7 89 "by.................... 12% 12% ft & C'o............... 107 108 'n ('arbide ............6666 ,nnI Lesther .........11 11 ' u'tr Leather. . .... ....15% 161 nir Lcather pf... 93%. 94 FOREIGN BONDS. allon.- Furnished by W. B. Hibbs & Co. .. .. .. .. .. 66 * -1 y 4'<.. ........... 309 ma War Loan 5's....,......40 r Lnon 53.................... 345 -.an 5's.................-..5 'e'Wan NOtes 1925......---......5 nelglan Restoration 5's........11 Helgian P'remlumn 3's.......... 94%4 eat'er Ikerlin i's.............2 'n men.4 's ..-.......---------.-. mnitz. 4's..............-..-.--.26 'ologne 4'....-- .. .- . ----.......31 'lanzig is.-.--- -------- -. 'aarmstadt 4's..........-.----.29 'nrcsden 4' - -................ 3 tiuaseldorf' 4's.............--.-.. 27 ' rankf'urt 4' . . - -- . . - . 3 t'rankfuirt :.'s...................33% 'inmbuvrg 3's....................211% 'iamnburg 4' .. ..-......-.-.... 2 I jambuirg 4's...................27% Koenmgsbrg 4' ............... 25% je paig i'- ..-------------. .-.... 3..0% Le'ipz.ig :.'s.-.----.......----..31% Mtunhh I 's V......- . ---------......t Gcrmlana ' ;overnament 3I's.. .. ....21 Germaflo(hwernment 3%1'..21%4 fiermHan tverntment -t........-21 (lamn ;overtnment 5's... 1'ndlpche AnilIne 4 t'.s..............% All. P.:lk. (Ge. 4's..........31 m4Iiainger flank 4's........ .9 Nordldeuatscher ltad Uank~ 4s.. 21) P.It'". llak is.............. 29 VI ,ttli..--....nk..'................9 Vien~na I ' ..................... I Ta.~~W ILrk NOWi The nut*s do" M 'a4 Adsm am1 . 43 S A ft. ... U U P VU . asase:... u . e 31 &e.ha aus... 3M 3m 3714 M-Masar--.. S. W% a U AOL NA SWr. OWO WC 44k AO. am........ 4W vdi 4W4 9 A .o a. .... 0 a U Ota3 An.Car & VW.. WW ON SM Wi Ahb4AQ.s0W ... 4W IN W 11 As.Dwg.ai.. nWt 811 WE Ug Am.UmiWaL.. ? UX N AO. .A . &Ue U Ains, ae.... T9 7? 76 M3 AOL 5egge. 16 P- L. 36 Aft. Ls890 nam1. 0% M 36% . As. fe1Utt... 61 0 0% 0 AO. Omamst- N ONE W46 AiL sWAar......- 3 - 345 3 AL. Sees 1 ... 3 36 0 N AOL TL & TOL. 1W 9 IN Am. Tob. new.. "M ON NXE siA*h WOOL....... W. ONg eW 14.. ANING ....... 14 14 14 esg Aasdeft ...... 5 , 04. Wk4 Aase. DrGoods 3 U U 76 Atbeee *t..... U14,73 1 SOW At. .-& W. L.. 3 &a mamwia Lum... 3049 131 IN 14 Barretcm...... 044 14n 30M Blt. 06... 31 U E 10 41%M Zlt. & Oh W. r. 431 484 % 42* %Both. Sot ... 91m..0m f Beth. 8tee0 pL... 73 10 '336wi 1% BroolL Rapid T. 23% 11 12% Booth FisherIes. sm 09 8h 1UM Butterick ...... 13 13 13 -32) Catorsiaa Petrol -3993 83M43 a CalJf. Petr&L pC. -s - 0 m Cal. PaOk ...... 699 6403 9 116 Ca.Pea. ..... 14l 114% 1146 g Central IAther. 61 67% WV 9W% Ceo. L.ather ,pL 1 99 go Cert Ateed Ptd AO 50 50 42M Cerro 40. PasqO. 434 42M 43)6 LI4 Chandfer Mews 105 =0 103Y 52 Chas. & Oho... 62)i 59% 521) 68 Chi. & 3.,W....,6% 88S 66% 42% C., M.a St. P.L 6 49% 0% 34 C.. 1. I .. 4 6M V637 .61) C.. .L. &P. 6 w. 689 634 686 7114 C. R. L. & P. 7 wL 72 1216 7216 15% Chile Copr. .154 ,15% .15%. 29 Chino Con.' Cop. 309 M 3W CoL das & Elee. 5416 5416 5436 30% Col.'Graphophone 31% 306 31% Col. Graph. p.. 83)i 8334 63 35X Coca Cola ...... 563 54 3511 C. 1. Callahan.. 13% 13( 13)i Cont. Can ..... 09% " '9 96 Corn Product4 f5% 94 954 36N Cosden Co...... 3S% 3734 39 786 Consol. Gas .... 80 79 60 32% Con. Textile Corp 3,, 36 32% 154 Crucible Sti.L.. 16 . 153 154% 51% Cub.-Am. 8ug. ets 53W 3% 53%4 53% Cuba C. Sugar.. 54 53%4 64 .78 Cuba C. S. Pt.... 79 78 79 89 Del. & Mud.... 90 874 g0 Den. & Rio Or... 5 3 b3 D. & Rio Q. pfd. 11 10% 10% Dome Mines.. 9% 9% 9% Elk Morn Coal.. 2D 20 20 12 Erie .-....;..;.... 12%6 11% 113K Ig4 Eliele t Pf.@.... 19 Is 1W9' 823 Fas..Lashy Pas W 2M-%"82 33% Fiske Rubber... 33% 32% 33% 22% Freeport Tex. Ca 22% 22 22h 19DX Fisher Body .... 1034 1 120 12% GasLOn WMi.... 11h 114 11% 65% Gen. Cigar Co... 66 66 66 14136 Gea. Electric ... 141 141 141 24% Gen. Motor Ctfs 2594 24% 2534 62 GoodribB. .. 6336 62 02 30 GreeneC. C...30 30 30 69 GL North. YL... 70% 69% 10% .74% Rash. & Barker 7636 74% 75)v 16g Huppe Motor Co W6% 16 1614 50 Inspire. C op... 51 50 501% 1.04 Int. Har. of N. . 23 130% 134% int.- Agric..... 211 21 21 173 linter. NiceL... 17)6 .17 17% 76% internat. Paper. "77h 7736 7731 60 int.Me0orTruck. 62 6031 62 7% Indiahom Ref Co. 7% 7% 7% 44% Iron Products... 451 45 45f Jewel Tea....... 11 10% 11 KA. City so.... 1734 15 1736 Kelly-Spg. Tire. 109% 107 109% 294 Keystone Tire.. 30 29 29% ,% Kenneott ...... 26A6 25% 2631 72 Lacks. Steel .... 743% 72 73 29o LAeo R. & Tire.. 29% 29 29 Luehigh Valley .. 4136 41% 4UX ggL-ias& Nash.. 99 99 9 138 -LorUiad ....139 138%6 139 26% L.ew's (Ind.... 267 253 26% 3114 larane corn. .... 32% 32 323' 92 Marine pt. ..... 93 023 904 Maxs~welM. G... 23 23 3 112 May Dest. Store 1.12 112 112 igg. laxacan Petrel.. 198 188 198 mm Miami Con. C00. 291 903 201 -41%MidvleUteel .. 42 414 4114 30 ddie State.... 30 3974 3' Mont. &Ward. .. 33% 33% 33% 14g Mu., ksan. & Too.. 536 5% 5% 9 eM.IK.& T. Pfd.. 9 9 9 4% 4.aaurlA Paciac. 25 2414 5 414 2taours-PaC. p1. 42 41 42 lb Nat. Ani.&ChemCl 753 7436 7634 Nat. Biscuit .... 1063% 106 206 gg Nat. C.C. ... 9 9 9 , Nat En & Stmnp. -69%6 6934 W81 76 Nat. Lead .......7N% 76%6 7794 12%4 Nov. Con. Co.. 12%4 1214 1336 N. Y. Air Brak.- 96% 98% O% 67%4 N. Y. Central...- 6834 67 683w N. Y..N. H. & . 3034 2814 301 16%4 N. Y., 0. & W.. 16% 1614 16% j. Norfolk & West. 90% 863 6914 7014 Northern Pac140. 71.3 71 71% r Nova 3ctia StL 564 55%4 5ti Nunnally Co..13 1534 153% 41, ta. Vr & RZ.O. 43, 436 43 26 Otis Steel. .......2614 2514 2 Owens Bol Ma.. 50 50 50 105 Pan-A~n. Petrel. 207 204 1064 244 I'ere Marquette. 351 24%6 394 y14 i*enna. R 3..... 36) 38%4 383* Peo. Gas Co.... 393 3636 35k 44% Phillips ge. . . 44%6 44 4434 61%4 L'Uurgh Coal. 62 61%4 62 28. its & W Va.. 2914 29%6 399 5, erce Oil ..... 16 25%6 16 p2* ieree-Arrow ... 54%4 53 5414 gg% "i'.- Steei Car. 101 9974 101 Pullman PaL. Car 113%6 1133% 1133% icpg Punta Al Su... 10114 100 100 60 ameington...... 611% 6114 614 964 Ry steel Sprge. t93 96 91%4 .314 anep. Iron as Steel 96% 93%6 961 15, iteadiag ........ 66% b 86% 313 lloy Dutch N T.. 11414 112%. 114 g6 Reylogie Steol.. 9114 17 gO g0 iRetail Stores ... 61%6 % 0 9% $alon Meter ... 91% 914 Mg Elm sLo.'wn am.is .g a inA. 1rn i%. 31 -t ia7 -OsN" - 81eses.l.. IMM M - Uga u. AUe 1"& 6T oasseema; af L.. g QGoseeMeen .W.... .m a a fMseb a. Pr... ,F W *4 EIAb se .. seg sw my Me see.ouu.3e.. Mu sg Meg~ p Iiuem gl s C . ,I ol' 4. ll5studebsker..... 90' ilE 70 JIeter sto- -4M M IOU 4 Todai CO ....... as d m 40 los. A Vmaf.. 4W ad4 41M4 8MIten. Proej... taw pM a 0% Tobiassie 'ad- .9x is 6% sit 1960"e . O.. m am .m 419 Umlis At asied. 41M o pf U"a~~ 4116 il.W1 0 a M Unies Peddils ... 14 U 1"4gg 3 UMIW Ou ...... N a "4 3 ait D oaw ... 4at W364SM 09 sualted From ... at aU. L aU.A40*0. I* m ex% S UL 3L & Inv. f, a a a eiL Un. aget IN&, ID s0 5M Olt U...Usr.... 16 V So .Us n- " es a r a or% is Og U. , eSse...... sm ow oa.w MM U. . 84"a pg... My% 0%y F34 A? UM cepme ... 36 of 67) ny~v chem... Nye y JUG T I~.; 3M 6 Am4 ? 91M Vanadium Inc... U4 903 "M S Wa6asp LA... S M 33 M b0 Westiaghoue .. 50) 50 50 99 W.A & eLo arie a0t 30 304 2F West: Pa...... V g 27, 0 West. Pa.r-,e 63 63 63 U14 Whit Mee.. 53 53 b b834 Wilson. U&- --- egg 59 *% Willis Overlead, 39 i sm9 i WIlle Ov. Pf... 82 82 2. 67% WOth P.M&... 70 U 70 Open. High. Low. Clos. Money ...... 9 . 7 sales up to 11 a. m.......... 16,.00 sales up to 12 noon n. . 332,00 lales up to 1 p. p.... . 401,500 Sales up to 2 p. m. ......... 482,400 LBERTY BONDS. (Quotations furnished by W. B. Hibbs t & Co.) Liberty 3%'s....................$01.30 Liberty First 4's............ .. Liberty Second 4's..............8d.T Liberty First 4%'........ ...80.28 Liberty Second 4%'s............ 85.96 Liberty Third 4%'s ............90.10 Liberty Fourth 4%'s........... 86.08 Victary 4%'...................... 95.94 Victory 3%'s ............. .. .. 95.90 COMPTOLLE C=lL FOR BANKS'ONDITION A call fo4rthe condition of national banks as of June 30 was isned-today by the Comptroller of the Currency. Cats your Liberty Dead coupose and pehuage ahem for War Sat-lg Itamipes thereby aiding yorselif ad re~t eeuatry. FINANCIAL WHEN WORKERS INVET tost men make their money by hard work. Work.stands for sac rifle#, discouragement, doggedness, fatigue. hard-won suecess. Do not jeopardise the result of these thing@ by investing without careful consid .ration. It is like throwing away the best part of yoursel(. Our FIRST MORTGAGI 6% NOTES on Improved Washington property are a logical investtnent for the man who has worked thus .hard and earnestly. They ar safe and yield a regular and lib eral return. Fifty-one Years Wit hout Lose To An Investor. Swartzell, Rheem & Hensey Co. 727 F'fteenth Street Washington, D. C. LIBERTYf BONDS of alt tasseo ad deaeminatio.. B-gh and Sold far CASH usLibt I..--->s c. 1312 F Strst N. open daily at e a.m. 4. saae South American Oil SPECULA'"" le""t centers almost eintirely em South American Oil Stadku, which~ offer'e.xcellent invegt. meat OpportunlitiS. Our. - hees. --coLO0MBIA.0 given latereetlng data the .e weetth and reasermee the South Amertean eomntry -and -It. operating ett eempamien. Sent free on1 request GEDDES & CO. 25 Broad St. New York Speetaltis 1n South Americna oli Steek. LIBERTY BONDS DotUGlT A?4D S03.0 CASH Ubert Bond Ezcaae 604 14th Street CmES SERVICE COlfrANY Bankers Shares MSonthAly Distribastiona No. 1? ?4enrv I,. r).hcry & Caman nnounir' lhat the C-. sevnI.'nth MI.r.Ithle .listributinla In tia rt t ~t', me01 nt~ ltanl re 4har.5 sIh6- AInfu-et I 1 :." I'' '.older, ,,f Hetp Pr. 4hares of record.lJulr .f, & . eu w 1.62 ec.u.. ... mSei share.