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BOY SCOUT In and Near By ' oy Scouts of Washington now ae the opportunity "liook over" aeball games at Te American Lague Baseball Park on Wednesday ofevery week, free of charge. which os a long way to prove that Man gr Griffith is a real fellow. When the Nationals are not playing nthis city on Wednesday. the Fri da following will be Scout (lay. ~ny' boys took advantage of the Scut day last week, and their ooting" for the home team went a og way' toward helping the Griff ae walk off with the game 3 to 1. n order to be admitted to the park lhdut buying a tircet. a scout ut be in full uniform. roops 8. 1. 12. 16 23. ain. 35. 36, *39, 40. 47. 45. 51. 57. 614. 53. N7. inna and Cherrydalo are represent edat the scout camp. Camp Roosev t, this week.. ac Gana, vh-e presidenlt of the Vshingtonl Boy S4oouts: Commission rD. B. Drown. Treasurer . .1. May. an James 1. Lee spent the day at h cout camp last week. n order to encourage older boys o Jin the scout movement. Troop At s lannng quarterly dances and so The seon~,~atrol has been brought upto eight members, and a third one il be fortned next month. It wonti bevery 10ong before the tro will ae the necessary four patrols for a cout troop. with three boys at tahed to the troop staff. The scouts were gli en instructinn.u Infirst .id to the injured at the last We base mesed to ourew INore, and will continue handling' othig bUt the heet things to eat. We wIll sell EJM rIREJII% E'.0 ER for 75 gents per pounld for th wseek ending Naturdany, .Iuly 145 faeergifl Asat nn ,. THE EAOLE AMERICAN-C'HINEAE RETAURANT SIN Ninth at. N. W. DA BE AWAN OW OPEN. HOMA IAbPMt litS A. K. siness Lunch, 4k , il t. I Deilj atom- e. BO." tio o a le lb t me tn of lWat 26shro plcenorteotns meenad' hsevinerlepeted tbeom thae frtan frtenth merf Aget bTrooe te sucomper mofsr older.y ny 'ands whre etweo the agesa o frtlee andb nante yar aetng ot tes oisixy-ou ncilsatntheht, are sligible2 formemblaehp nortgoodt la tera. 'i oitrse nbcm ng embers of the ainto wBly gaothe Bad Thoe afar. walincue betwea th rtand neteto Ages. Troop Utl had compned of olerpecial ner anidera nw roop beveween r-ge lantixt-once in heeiDhtrctre.Ty elbl.e hrch Semberh, r. g.oE. a tra. hrh oehT izead Theutmate, adtro Walter Redomin c'r.i HoCia Church aernrd 1ar. Sheo memer ofuthemasr. n oyScu Band huater anoncledtha a randuoert. irettocdfor aJ~e .Kd ruemera ne troopsr hanw eedy or gired thyhe cadtrict cey. The atroop,3 hetnedarter 5. ory,12 scoutmaster;, tro, 3183, 3t, Dominic's1 ti. C. 51,hurch , , T4, 65,zgrald sco.tmaste, 7an troop2 92. 100, 1oin icewell.FChrax. Untardn. Ven Kesingt n. o um lrtos. ladB ie' nuro Rodgstrtoad o Signige yh ald fr atd one.mThe trnns fornfirst lare1 exainatin, w1ll nonn am. 23. turday 4.\ 3us '14, atP 41, 71enutmn. 7ter i Hugh 02. 10yn,1 of h'r;,iop 5 . In organizillng n mnt irey' Carol. Italld ntssn.sn m tr Siylne rueste t in touchina Steta t2l~- in the Li ftlnw lumber nof trop u noulyy i s 2, 102. 'etredstern t 476 Tyoner of Trcoa fs. in2 toraniziut an oorfcyals, cOnls tw re wset etn ouchm Rwothvelt. Tecm sso FOL LIES 01 '.;'J~. eteeTY, MICKEL. THE "Ti 'OLD HICKORY' ETS TOEET INSOUTH, Thirtieth Division Society Mem bers Will Hold Reunion at Asheville in September. ASHEVILLE. N. C.. July 23.-Frank P. Bowen, secretary of the Old Hick ord Association. says arrangements' are taking a definite shape for the entertainment of the Thirtieth dlvi son at its annual reunion in Ashe ville. September 28 and 29. Mr. Bowen recently conferred with commttees in charge of plans. A large tent has already been secured from the Government for holding the reunion meeting, and preparations for taking care of the delegataea are nearly completed. It is expected that 10,000 men will attend the reunion. Ample room will be provided for tak ing care of men during their stay in Asheville. All of the hotels are mak ing extra preparations, and many will be entertained in private ho mes. Mr. Bowen says efforts are being made to secure a 1-cent railroad rate for delegates to the reulnion. It is desired to have this rate effective from all points throughout the UinitedI States. as every State with the ex-~ ception of titah is represented inth Thirtieth divisIon. He states that certificates entitling members of the association to the re duced rate wIll be mailedl to each member. The railroad fare will he the only' expense incurired by the dlelegates throughout thejetirie stny at .\sha ule; meals, s~eeping quartetrs. and all the entertainments will be fur ished. Invitations have been sent to General P'ershing and lPrestdenl Wil son. A large numbeorr o niher notable army officers have- beetn invited and have expressed their intention of he ing present. Amng them are in cluded Maj. Gena. i. M. lrwIs, nm ander of the Thirtieth divisinn Brigadier General Fson and prig idler Generail Ty'nn a'so 1'nrp-~ Commander Majort Glenernl its' d. and th governors of Itree States Go. T. W. Hlikett, nf North C'arolina. who will deliver thte w.'enin g address; n. Robert A 'nop' r, of south (arolina. and Gov. A. li. lIehi-rts, of Tnnessece. Mr. Rowen experts 1.1010 m'-mb-rs from Knoxyllie and vielnity to at tend the' a'onvent ion. A great variety of entertainment will he offered the m' mhers. Thern will be shows, musw., dan.-,s air plane fights. and a numbihr nf special entertainments provided by the citi THE PASt Sroun the Ma HERB By BILL\ ThtEgihaKh adta e mals o ot oo bcomnginwe THaLERK:i THECOGRqBAN HARD ThatSEngthatani whookaing thane maedinot look beyominginrk. bateehow heit hals neeon to th eas T.Seida asin.b cThegsdntg spoi Seectly bedagged bhisu. s PART I1. 1. Sees that robuste looking mant weing is atowrk 2. See how herepls on soks hres 3. See his shabby caloheds. . See his bcaggl shoes. 5. See how i portBngo hisate . He is one of Uncle Sam's nephens. . He is a Conretmanr at $,200e eannum. PHLPERT 1.bout tht rbsitling main gtret .rs Ie rememeril par sok abisf pehthne atenAaHELE .LCOX which Ir tlread sappro 4.5C hi co to shoes.r A. mye h yi s anrtd Bangr, at. ASH s we joftincl Sa m' oo A.llowi me C'n g gesma t 57ir, pe Anwuman PkshILI EbeErT. About he' sitting malewn sr ears, LE re ber TpTtTofUL.r poeme th is ELd WHELERt LCOXwh. We regrdwu thrug appor row I and tare hp. w diw.g we d- kow wheN.sre. utifr w d welhen we wittin do w hee . . T. 11. D.e ic n . ES Bts da, M, litt e t all bae. fan gssron tfouan sor-n rand '.c havein wen diferwe go wres uo t o ow the cana, if W 'h wl hpere weall o e l threut. k H. . SMT. Sde r thin. dnolnerlv by relct itr well whre nesh wt thedving mn thsall the sno presared to drssteiaale.' waiopenallalon B strer tsthr' iING SHOW g, in Two Wee ND.EE P ICE IMPORANT RLE( O t'AKE-ATERS UNIO R.C.G.hs oud oe ntret in acsabu teCaeEaes rule rearigw res W eues, Hr are hsfn someitret Th ting mbust te ofaregulatyes nin, hic is aos acsstuaiy Th.9i. face creams and stogdyere, condut, petrfumae eprettay trictmmenfored.eDe Here. re. smreade.Aur:u May Gadnf acep made fersushed. Tanep thoe andi byatet 0et spper.ar Tneee tcbehingoo m aste. euato ye aoden irt ios ar eto cl tat almit place embrow soly rget, and ytue pereeutmes weihout recomenge exaedi an maker an pateit aterl iiften mn Ted at be iron o utste wl-knn Youan mubepare in the milebt m tu laced caesebow holdmant cwaree in aloed thraertireswtot eoing es requtrdd Whsater bme ofal tegu.h usert to ask you nut 10 supper while they talked things over with you? E. M. S. Chinese ladies feed their fa.e.s with chop sticks. Our dear ..ris feed their faces with lipyti. ks. F.. V. T HiE MAN IN SUSPENDERS. G.M. SiclARTifY enme time ago eArnestly asked H4 andr i readers to tell him why ohjections ar$ offered to a man working in offiees whtere women are ernployed. ininusw his enat when the Elame nb.Iectinns are no01 of. fered to young nen w ithouit stuspend e or to womnen in shirt waists. In other words, what's the real oh. je-tion to sulspaend'rs'.' WVhat have the sus~pender users dlone to be criticised? M1IL' i ., ni ruai nt phi losophter, says the suspenders give the nppear a iee of helIng ini h arnhess. and adivise-s buiying ithe invisible kind, worn under the shirt. "People lilke to he fooled.' he nheerves. when suispendrlor have to be worn they should h not he Meen. With Ithiden suspenders he thinks nto kick enn legitinmately he mride to the. shirt sleeve gentleman wearir:pr n le'an shirt, ile addisl that a nrinr is hound to appeatr iindr!ressed andl sloppy whoen he wears his vest witIhouit a toat er ifhe dispenses wtth broth c'Ont andr vest and reveals his suispendlers. All this tdoesn't give the notsble. suispenditer man mutch cornsolattion. "Me'' is probably an nld-timer who would feel iii at ense with his suspenders on a netw place. Is nobody coming to the aid of the suspender -By Hanion rI SUGARONEUSED PLAC OF A SOE "Ntaie" Prvsu omeca Su/ s-~vo fCp Town Moorists CAPICTOWN..luly23.-I itsserc fo 4natratv oo ue opto the orl hasthedemnstrtedcom merialscesjf"aaie"t ud it.in th'ih iet. "aaie (tenm entsisbit-lc) is aby-poduc ofthe atalsuga in Afriaawiteh unrimves Commeitalo Su ccess-oghSavio wr of riodpe Ad. Te on. Juynd i ts ol srahn itsoric ato6n.ati aoo volato sptrot otaerd h hieb dmistaten omth mruched sugcar oan Nafate te guide mil ithae rinihtdrction itaofits swee cnmentesn it ha birthonlte, miare b apoc of mthr Nfuel sugar in srg-ofh191, inhientllycued te moletosupplf Nthe romhod af petho faithie qattis Th. er pond. ais noealy raising secreto remarkabie abolt it. spiri tuhedm sgrcanepower atchol sar mill nhaied fnihrobbn vetabflet grweth conte sta. o ithbensonth' are asgtd a nothfel roincengh rasp tring l. Bu~ when t kesh "Natoritso Napecaly fnroapestrgol The pcteha i has rehllynthingtda the sacmulatedepe of poeraloo yea' priactca from mprveetl haveth benmade whalkh, ifo stanve notet rugested asinther promitsing taite forpeiall ctinteypttnt thse thayfad that prdto as behn iitoa mt afumlona everienre ofti ntwo prse whrahctainl ugh improemens notderlt ed thn the prec sf petrol. All niong the greatest enern of the induistry has been the discovery of a powerful denaturanit that is both cheap and in good supply. There are peple with dipraved tasteS to whom any form of slcohnl is neceptable. If whiskey is 12s. 6id. a bottle and at the same time diftficul to get, they will turn gladly to nns thing that ffers them an easier andir cheaper way if nehleving ohI ylon. Obvi osly it beenmes impossible for the ecise authorities to allow the motor industry to finod the market with n cheat method of getting druntk at. let use sny. 2s. at gallon. 1t Is necee qary to Insutre thnt before motor spirit s sold tn the public it shall be made inpalartabhlI. In recent months a new denaturant ias been discovered that simpilfies mntters tonriderably. Thisi is a pe rlsum product. Sim ansen oil, a ef iaiouis that its piresence In mInu trial nlenhol Is suaranteed to genera te a 3.000-lihorepowecr revulsion of fiel ing in any person foolish enough to aink ,t. COPPuiw. it". 6W I PAC8sous WdMW e stGwTU. SI3.WG TO GEPERAL V APZ>U - AM Devotees of Summer Pc Moonlight. musie and a summerl night. That happens froquently in Washington, and there are only young couples who have found it out. They are dancing partners. The dance halls of the city have been forsaken for the dancing pavilions of amusement parks. There is only one dance hall out of five in the city that l keeping open during the summer. Moat young folks prefer to danco in ane open pavilion, under the moon light. and where a cool1 breeze canc stray in. Mangers of asmusements .arks estimate that at least 6.5011 per sons dance in Washington and its en virons every night. That hs n suffi cient number to make Washington a regular jazz town, they say. Glen Echo haa a dancing pavilion with space for 3,000 persons. Chevy Chase Lake. MId., has two dancing pa vilions, each with a capueity for :.10 persons. Two orchestras are main tained. A'. soon as one stops thle other begin. P n~n Gardens, with spce for 2..;0l d cers. is the only dance hall in Washington open these summer nights. Jazz music reigno suptrem.. GRLS FROLIC IN POND WITH NOTHING MUCH ON Woman Inn Owner Shoc'ked at Antics of Belles Descended From Austere Puritans. WEYMOI'THI. Mass.. July 25. "1 wear umy silk pa.latmas 1n thle ~.im I wear nmy silk pa5~iamas in the winter w hetn its not. And~e 'eomeettnm.s itn the spunogtime.an snmet iimee ini thi'e fit. froli le down in \Vhlit 7man7 poe'd w b ( Snug of the WeyInnaith baitlting girl.) Shadees of Cnt ton Mat her snd aill the enrIy 1'uritanls whoe miae thew hI plntsly folet hands snna emulroly downcast eyVes! I ow~ t hey woccuhi writ he with sham if they kntew thtu Wec'mmith ItMa .) girls are we are nlmost unable to write it - aeede of tenthing in Whit In these daviia oef naiteinal prohibi ti nw ee I ie hrein to th u itrs, \ ei7.I acC.e,owneer nfr tihe 1,ate View Park n, wh wase tappnitlrenitly quite er conme by what shet had witneawed. F..uhemre'. um... Eeh l a ,i h,.: 'wbe LaEger CO. -i CZ. 4- 1* i:STi IDEA O . ANLIGToA GETIMG RD BET4EEA HAS My) HEADQUATRS Jazz Fill irks Nightly Ihitler, one of the stalwarts of the W\'ynionth pollce force and man of pfl(endid character. has been assigned to capture the offenderq. if possible. and stop' their horrible "frolickings." as Mrs. Nlace called them. According to the complaint the girls bathe in the upper portions of meon's two-piece suits during the day time and in .ilk pajamas in the even ing. while some have been known to wear their "nighties." The complaint concluded with the charge that corn tumes were "utterly Iiadequate'' and the "barelegged frolicking on the beach w as simpliy horrid. SEES EARLY END OF ILLINOIS MINE STRIKE CHIt-AG~O, July 2 -That the strike of mniners, which has closed down prac'tically rall the oft coal mines of lllinisk and endangered the nation's coall s'upply, will end wltitn a few days was the belief, here last night foliowingt the arrival at Springfield of aboard of raneiliationl representing he Government. The ennliliators wlil open .a hear lng on t he wage denmands of-the min erM arnd meanwhlle. it is believed, the ni ners willI ret urn to work pending thiku rii~on. Yiee Presiderit Harry FishwwV. 'f the' llinois rhilners, put nii t Wednes'day as the latest day on whohI t he mies w~ Ill be In operation Ijga in. CGrduate Eyes Examiaed MlcCormik Medical College Olasse, Pltted DR. CLAUDE S. SEMONES letha Cud .0 St. .W, ?4eme Mala I BLACKIIAWK LINIMENT Poeltiedly Contaeine SA tLtSNAKE OIL Reilevee Rheumatism, Lumbago lay Eever and Catarih Price 25c Bottle At ali Drugglata--Acevp no Sul~stitute.