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CONGESS HEIGHTS
CITIZEN CAMPAIGN
FOR BETTERMENTS
Launching of Many Improve
ments Advocated at Meet
ing Last Night.
Am extensive eampaign for im
Provements at Congress Heights was
Planned last night at a meeting of
the Congreqa Heights Ciisens' As
sociation. Residents of that section
of the District claim that they are
In a backward state as far as phys
teal facilities are concerned.
A movement to prevent the Gov
ernment Hospital for the Insane from
extending its grounds further into
Congress Heights; a campaign for
better school facilities, and notifica
tion of the District Commissioners
of the necessity for street improve
Ments. surface. sewers. sidewalks, a
trash collection agency, a postoffice,
library, a bank 'and a flower gar
3-Piece Divan E
Library
The ideal sulte, *s it helps mak
room do double duty. Davenport
twenty-four hours-as it makes a
at night. This suite saves the ex4
.other room in the home or apartn
Terms, $7.50 Cash, $5 1
Elegant 4-Piece Circa
Bedroom Sui
This suite as iflustrated consts
iirror dressing table and a dreiO
eannot afford to buy bedroom ful
inspecting thin big value ... -
rTS EAST TO PAY
Rug Specials
30x46 Inches Grass
6x9 lest Graew46
Rugs .. . .
* SxiO feet Grassm9
Ru ........... .
9xI feet Grass
Dr. Price's LargeSe.
Franit-Icer, $29.75
There is no other style of retrtgu.
,rator that is so conivenhent and
*maei food eb ,na- wit a
white enel 1bling and removable
-ebaes, removeble drain zpipe and
-segnd mikake eti efrig
teeraor the last word in usefulness
ea",cnvnene.* s i** e? $29.75
Three-Pieci
$2.95 Delivers-$1.
Bed, Spring
actly as picure dbhic, wat a treme
expect to pay more for the bed a
continuous posts and can he had in
and Vernice Martin. The Mattres
ton-the fiprings are of woven v
All for onl .. . . .. . . .. . .
FU RN ITU RM
415 Sevent
den in the center of the suburb are
some of the movement. to be
launched soon.
Theassociation went on record as
favoring the purchase of Mount Ver
non by. the Government. thereby al
lowing the public Admiselon to the
grounds free. The legislative com
mittee was instructed to take steps
toward re-establishing the name of
Key Bridge to the bridge now known
a. the Georgitown Bridge. -It is
claimed that in late years the orig
Inal name of the bridge has been
done away with. The bridge was
named after Francis Scott Key. au
thor of the "Star Spangled Banner."
The preservation of Fort Carroll,
a famous civil war stronghold which
guards the entrance to Washington
by way of the Potomac was also ad
vocated.
PRIZE FIGHTER SAVES
CHILDREN VROM DOG
PHILADELPHIA, June 14.-Jbnmy
Murphy, local welterweight pugilist,
was the recipient of thanks and con
gratulations today for saving a num
ber of children from eertain injury
and possible death yesterday by
choking a mad bulldog to death a" it
was about to attack the oungswt-rs.
In killing the dog Murphy's hands
and arms were severely torn.
ed Upholstered
Suite, at
e the living
can be used
full-size bed
pense of an- $79.50
ent.
ssian Walnut-finished
te, as Shown
ia of a chifforette, wood bed, triple
Dr with a large plate mirror. You
niture without first 5195
".... '...''".... 3169.50
MAXWUKS' WAY.
FREE
With each and every purchase
of $100.00 or over, a handsome
preasint will be delivered in you
with your goods. The larger
the purchase the md're hand
some and finer the present.
Maxwells Two-Hole~ Blue
Steel Gas Range, $21.75
This stove has a large size oven ,
and is guaranteed to be a good
and even baker. It is made of'
blue st.eel and Is one of P
orleading speclals.. 2.75
Bed Outfit
00 a Week Pays It
~.95
buy this wanderfuil bed ouft ex
dous saving. Ordi narily you would
one. The Red has maslh e 2-inch
walnut, mahogtany. porcelai n white
is full 50 pouands and of all cot
re fabric onstr I tion. $28.95
C.AM PANY
h St. N.W.
THIS IS WHE
FOR OBTAI
If you are participating in The
contest or have been thinking about
heard of 1222 F street northwest,
quarters.
In the above picture you see I
and some of the enterprising men
issuing subscription book-, rceivir
stream of contestants, verifying su
87 DIE IN TAMPICO
FROM BUBONIC PLAGUE
HAVANA. June 14.-'lirty-even
death, from bubonic plague occurred
in Tampico during May. according to
the bill of health leued by the Cuban
Capital & Surplus, $200,000
C
We Pay
3% on !g
DAILY'
-here an
Savings into a Sa
Balanceis delav.
melts aw
Open Until est adds
5:30 P.M. lar reposi
I J Your fir
* "One Dolla
and i Safe D<
Thursday per year.
Mount Vernon
--- -Co. 9th St. as
Offers
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and at
owner
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liberal
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RE YOU GET
NING 35 NEV
Washington Times $300,000 bicycle
enrolling in it, you probably have
known as Bicycle Contest Head
he show window of Headquarters
and pretty girls on duty there,
ig subscriptions from the endless
becription lists, and willing at all
consul at Tampico to the American J
tanker Albert E. Watta. which ar
rived here yesterday.
One death marked the first week in
June, but the number of cases last
month and the first week this montl
were not mentioned in the *ocum.. .,
-Resources. Over $1,800,000
ash Your
ary Check
i plank down some of it
vings Account without
A roll" in the pocket
iy in no time, but inter
:onstantly to every dol
ig in votir savings fund.
Et deposit needn't exceed
r.
!posit Boxes. $2.50 up
Savings Bank
ad Mass. Ave===-=
you the opportunity to purchase a
ge Note, securcd on improved Was
C., real estate, by laymng aside a
t each month. Under the Swat
& Hensey Company Plan of SYS
G you can save as little as ?5 a ni
the end of 45 months becomE
of a $250 note.
Idition to the essential element of s
M SA ViNG provides, you recei
interest return -6 per cent on each
ry day it is saved.
the SYSTEM SAVING hahit and
iteits it has in store for you.
eli, Rheem & Hens<
727 15th Street N. W.
WAsWIaxOor, D. C!.
The Nation's Home Town
Yars W'.tko.. Lo t an -In...-a.
THOSE $60
VYEARLY S
times to show you through the
bicycle, 5,000 of which are to be gi
This in where you get your su
to turn in all youar subscriptions t
If you call at 1222 F street ne
of these bicycles the probabilities
until you have gotten thirty-five ne
ington Times and received one of
for a long, long time.
JR CHIEF'S WRANGLE NOT
TO AFFECT BOMBING TESTS
The joint Army-Navy bombing teats
i be held off the Atlantic coast be
inning June 21 will not be affected
y the controversy in the Air Service
etween Gen. B. T. Menober and Brig.
en. William MitchelL
secretary of War Weeks stated to
ay that the testA would be held re
ardless of the outcome of his inves
gation. and that he expected to an
-unce within a few days whether
"eneral Mitchell would be in charge
r the Air Service forces during the
esta.
:X-CUBAN PRESIDENT'S
DEATH MOURNED HERE
Sorrnw over the death of Gen. Jnse
ligul 4;omez. Cuban hero and form
r President. was expressed at the
"ihan Ieiation here today and in
fricial eirclpe
(;eneral Gomes had spent several
eeks in Washington during the
arly spring and had many warm
riends here in the official set. He
ame In Washington in an effort tin
ave the recent Cuban election. set
side. He was received by President
larding and Secretary of State
lughes at that time.
Chicago Drops 55 Cops.
i-HICAGO. June 14.-The chiet of
nitre dropped fifty-fiva policemen to
ay for riding on street cars and loaf
ag in saloons instead of walking
apir beats.
First
hing
imall
tzell.
TEM
,onth
the
afety
ve a
dol
'nIjoy
BICYCLES
UBSCRIBERE
building stocked with $60 Ranger
ven away before September 1.
bscription books and where you are
ie same day you get them.
rthwest and get a good look at one
are that you will not rest content
w yearly subscribers for The Wash
them-a thing of beauty and a joy
D. C. PARTY MOTORS TO
SOMERSET FUNERAL
CUMBERLAND. Md., June 19- Eli,
Sheetz. of Washington. D. C., ani
party motored to Somerset. Pa
I where they attended the funeral o
Mrs. 3. Milton Black, wife of a coa
operator. The day was a busy on,
for Mr. Sh-etz and notwithstandin4
several mishaps on the road, he wa
able to visit Mrs. Jordan, of Bedford
sister of Mrs. S4heets. who died il
May, 1920. attend the funeral t
Somerpet, where he also called oi
friends and stopped at his birthplar
at the town of Berlin. here he visit
ed the graves of his parents and hi
brother in Odd *Fellows ieme'ers
Mr. Sheetz left Cumberland Sundai
morning about 1II olock and return
ed at 911Ul o'clock at night. remain
ing at the Fort Cumberland Hote
until the following morning
Bfesides Mr. Sheetz. the party in
cluded Col. John Probey, Earl Bar
and Miss Clawnes, of Washingtor
and Mrs. Carrie K. McNeil. Mi
:velyn Brooke. Alfred Rupperbeig
er. Albert Keyses an4 laniel Krati
nof Baltimore. At Bedford on the re
turn. Miss Margaret Keyser. a ne
of Mr. Sheetz joined the party an'
continued to Washington where sb,
%.ill be a guest at the home of MI
Sheetz.
GRAND CANYON SMALL;
FLYER FEELS "CRAMPED'
WILLIAMS. Ariz.. June 14.-Lieut
Alexander P'erson. Army flyer. yester
day flew into the G;rand Canyon
landed and took off again duartng ar
exploration of tAe canyon to stud3
its Air currents for the Department
of the Interior and to locate possibli
landing fields.
"In spite of the fact that the uppet
part of the Grand Canyon is thirteer
miles from rim tfl rim and the lowei
gorge is eight miles wide,' paid Pear
son, "I felt eramped for room' wher
I was decending into the chasm. I
seemed every moment to be flying
right slap into some cliff."
LORD FURNESS TO WED
FAMOUS BEAUTY OF U. S.
P A R I S. June 14.-Julie Philli
Thomsnn. of Philadelphia. the famout
International beauty, is engaged t(
marry Lord Furness, multimillionn
aire British ship owner. it wAg
learned today. Lord P'urness' wife
was drowned in the sinking of the
yacht Saphir. off the Spanish coasta
few months ago.
White Palac
at 141
Is Closed 'l
After Extensive Improvemeni
Link in Our Chain o
Why Not Eat at One
White Pala<
314 9th St.
A Few of Our
Strawber Shotak i
Strawherry i
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DENBY TO ADDRESS
LARGEST CLASS IN
HISTORY OF G. U.
More Than 400 to Receive De
grees This Afternoon--Com
mencement Draws to Close.
Secretary of the Navy Edwin Denby
will shelve the Sins controversy for
a brief period this afternoon to ad.
dress the largest graduating class in
the 122 years of Georgetown UntvW
sity at its annual commencement ex
ercises.
More than 400 students. including
the first graduates of the newly or
ganized School of Foreign Servic,
will receive their diplomas from the
Rev. John B. Creeden. S. J.. president
of the university. The young men
from the Foregn Service School will
be the first in the United States to re
ceive a degree in this new field of
education.
Exercises will be held at 4:30 o'clock
on the college campus, weather pea
mitting, and in the event of rain they
will be held In Gaston Hall. whete
admission will be by card only. owing
to the limited space.
DMGRMS E POR D. C. M11N.
Georgetown University will confer
the honorary degree of doctor of
laws upon two well-known Wash
ingtonians. Gilbert H. Grosvenor,
president of the National GeographIc
S6ciety. and Dr. Isaac Scott Stone.
for more than twenty years a mem
ber of the Georgetown Medical
School faculty.
This evening at 8 o'clock. In the
Raleigh Hotel, the Foreign Service
School will hold a banquet in hogor
of its first graduating class. -James
A. Farrell. president of the United
States Steel Corporation. newly elect
ed regent of the university, will
make the principal address. Other
speakers will include the Rev. Ed
mund A. Walsh. S. J.. regent of the
school. and Dr. Roy S. MacElwee.
former chief of the Bureau of For
eign and Domestic Commerce. newly
elected director of the school.
END?4 COMMEN'CEMENT.
-With the graduatio'n exercises this
afternoon commencement week at
Georgetown will come to a close. The
business meetings of the alumni and
Board of Regents paved the way for
future building plans in keeping with
the rapid growth of the university
and also for broadening the scope
of several of the departments. not
ably the Law School which will insti
tute day classes next October.
The most interesting feature yes
terday was the unveiling or the
bronze memorial tatiet erected by
Law School students in honor ol
twenty-eigh( class-mates who made
the supreme sacrifice on the altar of
civilization during the world war.'
Unveiling exercises were held in con.
nection with the first Class Day in
the history of the school.
THE HOOR ROLL.
Engraved on the tablet are the fol
lowing names: Ensign John A. Ahern
19: Lieut. .1. A. Beck '13; Lieut.
Charles T. Buckley '1 PLieut. Thomas
I C. 'arvet *14: Capt. -Ralph E.- Don.
nelly '14: Lieut. Julian N. Dowell '19;
Candidate James P. Dunn '14: Ensign
James L. Goggin 'I3 Capt. J. Gard
ner Greene '01: Candidate Robert M.
Hanford '17: Private Robert Hall '1:
Lieut. Maurice L. Harding '16; iUeut.
Warren G. Harries '17; Lieut. Charles
W. House '13; Lieut. James J. Langin
'21 Lieut. John L)on '14; Sergeant
John Mahlum '16; Private John V.
Marino '17; Seaman John A. Martin
12: l.ieut. Joseph G. McDonald '17.
Sergeant-Major Edward ). McLaugh
lin *12: Lieut. William F. Miltenberger
1.1: Lieut. Albert Nantz '13: Lieut.
William A Sheehan '14: Lieut Forrest
Stuart '15: Candidate Francis M.
Tracy '13: Private A. G. Vanderlip '15;
- and Sergeant Carl H. Weber '17.
The alumni reunion banquet on the
- Hilltop and the College Class Pay
exercises were among other features
*of last night's program.
DIVORCE SUIT AGAINST
CONGRESSMAN DISMISSED
The suit for a limited Ilivorce iled
t-v Mrs. Anna M. D. Powers against
( aleb Powers. former Congressman
'rom Kentucky. was dismissed today
by Justice Stafford. of the District
Supreme Court. sustaining the con
t-ntion of Mr. Powers that his wife is
ot a resident of the District and not
entitled to br.ng suit in this jiurisdic
t'on.
Attorney for Mrs. Po.ers noted an
appeal. The wife all .red cruelty and
i sufficient support. a..d said that
*while emplowed as secretary by her
husband he gave her enly half of the
-nrlary which Congres- allows clerks.
keeping for himself t)-e oter half.
Mr. Powers denied this charge. At
t.'rney H arry A. Heg'rty represented
M;rs. Powers an'd Attoriney Henry E.
I 'ivis appea red for the~ i'ushand.
KING GEORGE, SANS QUEEN,
TO VISIT ERIN ALONE
LONDON. June 14.--1t i's announced
tl'at the queen will not accompany
K-ng George to Belfast for the for
r.al 9pening of the Ulster Parliament.
Owing to the industrial situation.
asy's another official announcement
tiday, the king and queen have des
c'ried toi hold no courts this year.
I hose who wel'e to have been present
w~ Ill be Invited to attend a garden
party at Suckingham Palace In July.
e Lunchroom
7 GSt.
emporarily
s it will Be Opened as Another
fWonderful Cafeterias.
of Om- Other Palatial
:e Cafeterias
1113 Pa. Ave.
L.Owered Pticm:8
I Sliced1A
Tomatoes .. .l ... c
Sliced1A
C.cn...hara. .. .. . . .. Uc
Blyttis, Brats,
Dadvags -
Phone Main 5260 Until 2
P. U. Obituary D k
MILTON S9ELLING.
Labor leaders from eyew large
city in the country and delegates to
the American Federation of Labor
Convention at Denver, Col., seat
telegrams to the family of Milton
Snellings. president of the Inter
national Union of Steam and Operat
ing Engineers, whose funeral took
place this morning at his home, 823
D street southwest.
Mr. Snellings died unexpectedly
from a heart attaek last Thursday
at Desver. where he had gone as a
delegate to the labor convejition.
Last Saturday night W'ashington
Lodge of Elks, No. 15, held a session
of sorrow for Mr. Snellings. A dele
gation of the local Elks, an organiza
tion of which Mr. Snellings was an
active member, attended the funeral
today.
Mr. Snellings is survived by his
wife, a son and a stepson. He was
a native of Stafford county, Va.. and
was Afty years old. Few men in na
tional labor circles are as popular as
was Mr. Snellings. In his carly man
hood he became interested in labor
affairm. and rose rapidly through the
- ..- p.itions in the ledelation
-iamv-d honooary s'cond
vice president of the American
..bor.
JOHN N. 16EWLON.
Funeral .L.-vices' for John Manly
Newlon. prominent resident of Vienna.
Va., were held this morning at his
hume. Ir,1irment was in Glenwood
Cemeter . Mr. Newlon is survived by
his wile. Mrs. Lmma Berry Newlon.
and a daughter, Mrs. Bessie NewIon
Kenyon.
MRS. ADA V. CONNOR.
Mrs. Ada Victoria Conner. a life
long . resident of Washington. died
yesterday after an illness of more
than a year. Funeral services will
be held tomorrow afternoon -it 2:3n
ol-lock from her residence. 2823
Twenty.-eighth street. Woodley Park.
Interment will be in Glenwood Ceme
tery.
mrs. Connor came from an old
Geoggetown family. She wap strly
years old. For many years ane was
active in the First Church of Christ.
Scientist. Surviving are her hus
band. John Frederick Conno.. and
one daughter. )irs. J. W. Manning.
BIRTHS.
LAMBERT-Charles E. and Bessie. girl.
FARRELL,-John X. and Josephine. boy.
FLYNN-Thomas J. and Anna M.. boy.
MANTZAURIM-Anatasios A. and Anas
tasia A.. girl.
BROWN-David A. and Jennie R.. girl.
HARDEN-Clement L and Mary C.. boy
HARPER-Bernard F. and Margaret L..
girl.
KRONIEIM-Milton A. and Meryl B.. girl.
PERRY-Arthur and Julia E., boy.
LUCAS-Ralph W. and Otelia V., gir!.
HARRSAugustus and Anna J . bo)
GREENE-Lewis L.. and Helen .. girl
MARRIAGES.
SPANOGLE-WARREN-John A.. :: i
istown, Pa.. and Lee E.. :2. The I. ..
McBride Sterrett.
SMITH-h1h9ERLY-Thomas R., 2. aol
Pauline A.. .0. The Rev. J. E. Scott
MILLARI)-LUCKETT-Paul F., 19, aid
Grace R . ti. The Rev. John E. brig.;
CORNET-iURLEY--Louis A.. '.4. eil
Mary E..: . The Rev. William A Cahi .
WENZEL-HVIBBW--Alfred P., 20. aw,
Helen It. 1.. The Rev. H. Schroeder.
PEARL-KOTHE-Harry P.. 44. Sparks.
Ne% , and Anna M.. SC. The Rev. How
ard 0. Talbott.
McLAMAN) JoHNSON - William. 2.
o''arwater. Fla., and Sophie. 2;. Pitts
hurgh. Fa. The Rev. H. 1). Mitchell.
RABB- DETWILER-Henry Louis, 26. and
Martha E.. 27. The Rev. H. E. R Reck
CULLEN-FLOECKLER-George Stargey.
::.. and M. Katherine, 25 The Rev. E.
A. Hannan.
MOOERS-NUNNALLY-Edmin H.. 22. and
Cardie B. 19. both of Richmond. Va.
The Rev Howard F. i)owns.
BOWIE-GILROV-Henry J. ::1. and Lorean
F.. 19. The Rev. John H. Jeffries,
AkNOL-WO( SON- - Leter to. 27. and
Ella C., 24. The Re%. E. 11. Bagby
COOKE- LIIHTr OUT--Maurice I. 25. and
Ada V.. :0 The R(%. H. E. Huddleson.
NOONE-TA V 1.011 - Thomas A . ::6. and
Grace R., ::6 The Re%. J H. Cassidy.
HA% -CA\ U Jane . 65. and Eloise Mctae.
4;, both of Madison. ia. The Rev. W.
1. de Vries.
1Ml'80N-.IcMAHON-Kenneth W . 24.
Troy. N. V., and CeceliA T , 2.. Oweg.
N Y. The Rev John R. Roth.
ELIl E-GOODENOW-Richard W.. 26. and
Esther A.. 21. The Rev. Charles Wood
WILI.AM-CLARKE-Walter S.. :4. and
Ethel M.. 22. The Rev. J. P. Tyler.
ARMIGER-SEARS--John I.. 57. Pindell.
Md.. and Mary G., :., McKendree. Md.
The Rev. Howard F. Diowna
RIGHIT-B3AILEY-D lenuil A.. 21. and Flor
ence E.2,:1. The Rev. G. A. Miller
TAYLOR-PALMER-Dasniel i., ::9. and
Margaret. 2'. The Re... I. I'. Keenan
SKANDiARISNI-JOVANOVICH -- Mita 4'.
31. and Katie P., 26. both of Baltipanre.
Md. The Rev.. How ardl . Iliownsi
MISTRETTA-WETKERILLt-Ferdinand H..
312, and Elisabeth C.. 40. Judge Robert
E. Mattingly.
BOORMAN-RA'E - Frederick S., 26. and
Eunice A.. 26 The Rev. James H. Tay
Ior.
POWEI.I-.tOWHERD--John T., 27. and
Wilnnie M.. 30. The Rev.1 .1 . Dlimon.
REAOAN-EUBANK-Bernardi A . 26. and
Barbara V., 24. The Re.. thar~es MS.
Bart.
FISCHER-PICARJD-Aubrey Ii.. ::2. and
Elate 1.,20. The Rei. Abram Samn.
BEIAGLEY-CHEWNING-Lehbua H.. 33.
and laurine G., Ii. both of lDaawell. V.
The Rev. C. MS. Compher
HA H .15N-HOU'GUE-Joseph. 36. Somerset.
Wia.. and Virginia E.. 26 The Rev.
Howard F. lDowns
D)EAT HS.
MATHEWS-Mary C.. 76 yra. St. Els
heth's Hosp.
GREENBERG Pauline, 65 .ira.. ICC) ('al
v.ert St.
KA)FMAN--JulIUs. 51 yra.. Emergency
Hoap.
rOLIAMAN-Magnus. 40 yra., Ut. S NaraJ
Hosp.
SHOEMuIAKER--William F., 66 yra., River
road. Tenleytowni. D). C.
DRILlS --Clu, 285 yrs., 204 4%6 st. aw.
FL.YNN---Franik. 79 yra.. 2616 lEvarts at. nie.
WKMSTATT--VIOla. 68 yrs.. 3d and H at.
ne.
BEALOR-Anna D.. 54 yra., 505 2d .1. me
AIl.ISON--Susie M.,. 8 hra.. 9:14 Va. sve,
3w.
WHITET -lAwrence, 'I yr .1366 O st. aw.
BUTCHERfr~.iank. 6 months. Cli6 I. at. ne.
BREWER- Mary. A . 29 yrs.. 2C27 I. at nw.
PONGEE-Hatte. 65 yra. 236 Park at. ne.
i-03EKAL DIHECT1eg
Timothy Hanlon
JAMES T. RYAN
Sit PA. AVE. S. 3.
landers ChapeL. Phone Lineela a46
FlLORAL DESIGNS
3LACKIUTONKE
FUNERAL DESIGNS
Of ever deseripiten--Mederate seis
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Sai eemi.er,.rn. Uge.ea fiall e.s ,ee
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