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Home-Town ept 9 *I* n Page 1921 e a d hen. OPENS BAY;66,SOG ,NILSATTEND ut Yet Seats for Al of Larget :SiroikNent In Hihtory of mhsl -emeed -today. old pencil box and srImer hsred apple wore *Aken out the over 64,000 children went I aan to their tasks for another Te lagest enrollment, 66.800 iupfs, 1t his*gry of the Distr'et public f5Sei *nas recorded and at the end 't $he 4 school authorities were atm3 Vneklag under high speed to place All-ad find each a mat. Whis ye*t finds conditions much k*W"over last year. When the IchIen went back they 'found pre for them fortyfour additional nd forty new teachers, 'throuh the intensive cam the school authorities tehrthe largest numb,.r in the at the alos 4dem Frme Afar. fthi -e sts weeno ound for Sy this first shool Iftkwhew xplin heyhav* severel umr pupils brought Into lntnthis year fromn all parts the ia U due to a change of ad ~~4ss~i policy. many coming Vot ast as the Philtpines. ~ ~f newcomer. from Matt the country having different 44endloaw systemIn isChiefly affet Q ,th'fe = high schools. Never h8 there been such a varied ut applicant for admimast. expentd the hdo n will have asmnt tuft books from the very * e= % this yoa. Due to the order aeisk astoed a great number ot 'ee athool be~t w" authorities Were ariYlM out lastSetm r.hesrt A* eWas keny fetbt hs erI Is bea th books have come In sad there will be no shortage. Tember Are SaT. Pt w a. bustling day In the school II eas the teachers Were suraie a a fidi g ea t fgthe. p an h rst nrdgam ed oan.a I ans leootnhe , the John ur eqg.sn inoo. asprttswlth ater non oStrtes the st. and an eight ddii to the Ptworth School t Is w s e ortion of Prof. rEsi aEE to th 0=km o ad "gthe iht-room addition to =hewest 401hociwe ready; for uase thi se Ig. '1ht wvll school addition, also at eight rooms, will be euse within a e r s. The HnryV. cc*ke school = .dtbe WWa de not berayfr tae monthof 'chool be igdings weretpressed Into up thie morning, a number of them bay ing been moved to new sites during the CHURCH LOBBIS .JOE. FLAYED' AT TENT REVIVAL Prof. Lngre Deolaus Re filo odwl" Lon. Prestige In Blue Law Fight *ThrWs never delegated to any man or et at men the right to Judge their Ubsakt Is matters of religious be :flef and #etlne The man who tries to jdge-men In op~rtm matters now *Wst the plan of God and IA ua1se the rerogatives of oe . Ts was the declaration of Prot. (L IL Longscrs, international secretary at th Religious Liberty Association.1 in an address 1W. night at the Seventh Tim Adventist evangelistic meet~in I Stet N ret SOe N a p ao Crhet htehr asmeotasa ten~ or neliiu r - sia v ome s an h hv uesa t beupn oge .kiIERD By BILL THE RED-HEADED GIRL. aIn aswwer to & reuest for a poem on the ahove subject.) The Laed wiw ared the red. Wan" a t obrlatah, O(~ed hi werks ed. 0nl Have cade It green, prle or blue. The braims In yea head, be your bair bibek ot red, Is what sakes a naid pur Md *woo&. I eseln have Mid that the brat32 in Maybe T by the sboes on It ay be yea can catch some feel eh man WIth year a oe or yer dfrt or yewr hw". 3t .,eod balmy mate takes bra n 1hir ===ease=* Please do'S forget -SAM SIUM . I kJ& "emember ehen a gIrl could $bear a stoV with a hole in th knee i oi any buddy gitting vise to it. PICKY. REAL ECONOMY. Headile No. 1 Na rdesiso'a ay" H No. 2 (seon to be seen) "6pedafly Ited Plumes for See. $7 _ to Cost Apprea. Maybe It's not true that the Ree rotary is to have a specially fitted plane of his own at that cost, but that Is being talked about. G. W. M. THIS WICKED WORLD. It used to be "WINN, WOM EN AND SONG." Now it's "BEVO, WIFEY AND COM MUNITY SINGING." GILL. A VERY GAY BIRD. The editor doesn't know whether to put the bird below in the Zoo or in the beauty contest for men. He was first lamped by F. F. MALONEY. but "GENERAL NUI SANCE." out at Mt. Rainier. Md.. saw something like him floating around there: Maloney says: He's the 1916ghINg CleaINt16s1, Affite with the jawitm. He es" bread, Has &a1Vry he"d, And is sbJect to appendIetes. But "General Nuisance" says: Deheld before year eyes, The )@Dr. gay G = !' He bwaa an recos teat lies, Abeut his rish ed unck. LABORERS' SOCIETY WILL HOLD MASS MEETING A aas. meeting to stimulate the membership drive of the Laborern' Do-operativ, Society will be held to- 1 might at 3 o'clock In the pariah hall I Telephone '-bsdigenswrk. hhip s of 18 nd 2. Ceedqsegh, es as week the 1spr. aeissemd ApeGatbi e. 72 The Chesapeake TaIdnkm. 4EEit PRICE. DESIIkIPTIVE Policeman - Yer little brother's lost, Is he? What does he smok Ilk? Little Girl-tis tao is washed and he has a penny in his pocket. IDUKE WAGNER. The f0aes is oting, they , IPhen women woi receive = wage. It is oming the est Pay OIDONO. Visiter-What dM the prisonier d when he found the door had no Ioek?. Warden-He made a bolt for It. OUR BEST DANCERS. Further nominations for Washinton's beat dancers: MOl A. s and E. P.-THERESA FITE MO RI LOUISE HOBIER. THOMAS BRUPV~ ,By "GREY EY-*'-"'DOT" JOHN S. BILLY KING. BY "AUTHORITY"-BB8E GIL CRET,' "BIG DILL"- HYDE CALLA HAN. "BONES." ED DAM. RAY WISE. MARL HIXXON. Dy "BOUT HEAST"--GRACE SPRING: MAN' MABEL RALEIGH, KATIE MAR. TIN. "CURLY" SMITH. C JACKIE-JE RY RIPP JIMMY NICHOLSON. JIMMIE HAYER, FRED. DIE SCHLEITH, BUCK WATSON. BE GOODMAN. ANNA DEVSHAW. DES1 Six BECKERTON. MAY FREED. MARY CLEMENTF. By "DIRDY" - NETTIE CATALDI. LENA ARDINA. ELEANOR SPIGONE. By "-REDS-LIZZIE DAVIS. HAT TIE HAYDEN. VIOLA PAYNE, LUCY MANTIN. LILLY JAYNE. NAN ABELL. LORETTA GRADY. FRANCES DUN CAN. EDDIE FERNAHOUGH. CHARLES BERRY and CHARLES WALKER. CH R.'AN EXPERT" - HARRY AR BY "CAKIE" and CUTIE L.-RUTH COLLINS. GG "BILL-SADIE SIMON EARL OR GOB0, JIMMY DELL. ERNdiST Me DONALD JOHNNIN BLACK. "MONK" FRAZIEJIS. B N". Hr-"COTTON" ONAN. NED LEI.PUINE MAYHUGM, MORGIN PEACOCK. EDDIE FERRY. BY S. H.-BOB SIMONDS, KARL BTBHK.. AGNES jINN8Y. _DNA SIMMS. "DOPEY' SUILIV N. S. IADY. Dy"DEATOX" --WAIAt3R SAUNE.' DIRS. WARRY ALE1N. All of Bloomiasdale. 10 PROOF 07 HIS LOVE. Marie-Do you love me, dear? Harry-Yes, darling. Mary-Then why doesn't your chest rise and fall like the men In the movies? E. M. O. a. That New York woman who is nuing the estate of a rich man for S .,0 premised her by him for keeping a secret ought to have the money. Any weeman who c e p a secret Is entitled to that jua P. D. Q. MUE DOCTOR KNEW SOMETHNG. F street Lizzie (in extreme decol. lette gown) to physician-Doctor. what ahal I do? I have such a dreadful cold. Doctor-Madam, you had better go home, dress yourself. and go to. bed. DEWEY L. SUIT. Green-O'Hagan never speaks of his family tree. Sheehan-I expect it's much. too shd. L M. o 8. )f John Wesley A. M. E.- Zion 1hurch, Fourteenth and Corcoran treets northwest. Music will be furnished by the 7ity Post Office Orchestra. The rpeakers will be J. E. Thomas. E. I. M. Mawwell and Mr. McElderry. Operating me weeme between the ss hesine, health and wllin. see the u....nial qumaleismi., and Potoimac SOCIETY AIMS TO HELP THOSE LEAVIN JAILS Inmates' Welfare League Form ed by Warden Moyer Api. peals for Clothing. The importance of giving those releaqed from prison a chaneo to regain their social equilibrium as quickly as'possible has been formally recognised by Willam H. Moyer, recently instaledgeera~l superin tendent of the D penal inttu tone, and one at his first moves in a program of improvements ha. been establishment ofr the Inmatos' Welfare League, organised for the purpose of aiding men during the first few weeks following release. The league, with P. H. Hill as president. ha. already issued appeals for cast off clothing with which men making a new start In the world may be attired In preference to the ap parel in which they entered the institutions. A change of clothing. inmates be ]love, not only helps a released man to obtain work, but helps to remove the atmosphere of the old life. Appeal Is Issued. Addressing the people of Washing ton, the league has issued a formal appeal: "We wish to appeal to your gen erousity to send us such articles of apparel the ytou have laid aside with the inention of never again wearing. such an outer garments that look perhaps seedy to you, shoes that will serviceable when mended. hats which may be the worse for wear, underwear, shirts, and in fact any thing that may be of service to those who are in need of such apparel in making a new start in the battle of life. "It is a widely known fact that many persons on the expirations of their sentence. leave here to go out into the world again clothed in the same clothes with which they were arrested, and the worse for wear or storage. The consequence is oftimes a return to the same way which formerly caused them to fall, whereas were they clothed properly, it would help in the maj ority of cases to inspire them with courage, and arm them with confi dence In seeking employment. Old Cthes Wanted. "This appeal is the result of co operation of the inmates through a legue that has been organised at this institution for the purpose of helping each other to make their term of incarceration as agreeable as possible, and to to further, to give him that In loving a good and fair start in his determination to be a help to society rather than a bus.,. - Contribution may be sant'In *re of Inmates' Welfare League, of the District of Columbia Workhouse, Occoquan, Va. DRAMATIC GUILD WILL OPEN SEASON THURSDAY The newly organized Dramatic and Musical Guild of the Washington branch of the National Council of Catholic Men will open the season Thursday night at the new Central High School, with two one-act plays, a musical program, and a lecture on "American Ideals in the Drama," by Michael Williams, of San Francisco. The public is invited to attend Thursday night's program, for which there will be no admission charge. The plays selected are William But ior Teats' "Cathleen Ni Hoolihan" a~rLady Gregory's "Rising of the Moon." Members of the cat. are Michael Lally, Francis J. P. Cleary, Miss Madeline Beaulac, Joseph Fits gerald, Miss Margaret Costello, and Miss Dorothy Callahan. in the first play; and Albert May, James Ryan, Edward O'Brien, and Emmet Daly in the second. College Woman's Directory. The College Women's Club has nearly completed compilation of a di rectory of all college women living In WAhitn, and the ata now In hand was today made available to college women at the clubouse. 1822 I street northwest. The woris was be gun two years ago, under direction of Mrs. William B. Note.. The present committee in charge is under diree tion of Miss Olive Knipe, of Stanford University. I~IInINHhI lhIIIIIINIInnIIIINtfl TO THE G 0 Their Eni Featuring I 'Disc and. Thousm A. LAZe thr a he co.urtes in sit. FrBS Bedding Fadery Bm res Up Traffic Traffic an Ninth ka ke was tied up for a half hour 4.rtl befr .oon todayba' re ewhiz caused L T. lone, on the 0otbe 26 oo nor of- Nialk aad 1H stweste Softh eL fire broke out on the oe mad floor, where *-Sttru" were mnade and majerialf stored, sad columns of smmli &rose which were visible over the estire down tow eiction of theciy MANY TO SEE SHAMBTTLE BY MARINE CORPS Virginia Wildermes South of Fredericksburg to Be Scene of Maneuvers. More than 1.000 Washingtonians will .be present at the giant marine corps sham battle to be held in the Virginia Wilderness, mouth of Fred ericksburg. from September 26 to October S. according to an announce ment from marine headquarters to day. - About half of this number go as the invited guests of the marine corpse, among them being maay statesmen, public officials and mili tary and naval authorities. They will be entertained by General But ter, commanding officer of the corps, and members of' his staff. - The other apectators will go td Fredericksburg. Chancellorsville. and other towns In the vicinity of the maneuvers and ,isit the battle site by au Obile. A committee of Confederate vet erans, who fought in the army of Stonewall Jackson. have volunteered to show spectators over the battle. fLejd. at Chancellorsville and explain the plan of that battle. Arrangements have been made for parties of distinguished guests to leave Washington for trips to the scene of action September 29, Sep. tember s0, and October L Each party will spend a day on the battle ground and pass a night under osa vas at the encampment. The exercises will begin with the practice march from Quantice to the battleground. September 26. and will close with the return march, Detober 4. 522 GOVERNMENT JOBS . ABOiSED i -AUGUST A reduction of 922 Government em ployes was made during August in the various Government departments. It was announced by the Civil Serv lee Commission today. The Navy Department Is credited with the largest.v'decrease, 22? per sons, while the department of Coi merce ranked second with 143. The Treasury Department transferred 5.025 employee. and the Federal Board for Vocationl Training trans ferred 951 employee to the newly or ganized Veterans' 1hireau. Your bedy IRS teet -a *r 1 01 THOUSAP 1-el MY FA IflIIIHInhInnhIlI unhi I lln MORRC IBSON CON arged Phonogr he New Edisot Brunswick Pho y ofl. T hone A. Edima. Souvenir. to All Who ON COMPA 91719 1C ST: N.ML 2 BATHS A WEEK URGED TO MAKE PUPILS HULTHY Federal Bureau of Education to Launch Crusade Through schools. Two "Saturday nights" a week is the proposal made by the United States Bureau of Education in launch Ing a nation-wMe campaign for healthier children and teachers. The program of the health crusade will be read with keen interest by the bathtub companies. water moter many facturers, toothbrush makers. dental cream outfitters, dairymen, truck gardeners and window cord specialists. The program aimed at the correction of the many aflletns with which the nation's children have recently been found to be suffering includes: A full bath oftener than once a week; brushing the, toth at least once & day; sleeping long hours- with win dows open; doink much milk. no oft fee or tea; eat vegetables and fruit every day; drink at least four glasse of water a day; play part of every day out of doors. II,0M Chdren In Drive. Eighteen million children and a half million teacher. will become active members of the health drive ensemble, according to the bureau's plan, out lined In a pamphlet which is the first publication of the education headquar ters since the appointment of the new commissioner of education. John J. Tigert. With the estamlishment of the health course in each school, the bu reau hopes that each child wlt not only be acquainted with the theory of health, but will be actually healthy. Important planks in this new child's bill of rights are: A thorough physi cal examination for every child at school entrance individualised health training through the grades; each child weighed and measured regularly* height and weight records sent to parents regularly; health mad, an en joyable game by means of health clubs, rhymes, posters, songs. contests. ph".a; a definite time assigned to h teaching; plenty of exercise and play outdoors; co-operation between teacher, psrept. community, school doctor. an"d= *ue - Per cast Subusrmal In launchtng the health campaign. Commiusoner Tigert points out that 20 per cent of the school children of the count are physially below par "We have long taught th theor of health." he aiM, "in the Mool8 through coursesl In physiology. We are combai disease and defects through school doctors and school nurses We have only lately one to mee that it is the daily practici or seoth habits which is Important ani diat it is the duty of the p scecig to wive to every child this foundation for personal success and value as a eltcse.." ANGLERS HAVING GOOD LUCK IN WATERS OF CHESAPEAKE Trout. hardheads and spots were caught In large numbers yesterday on the annual outing of the Howard A. Frenh Sporting Goods Company at Chesapeake Reach. Nemay 400 fish ing enthusiasts were on the excursipn. hat Your Mouth IACks me seffr for. 0a, 4 or mIN ma ISM'air msiajm wiklast expeilec treaties tne *meet er [Do of stisi paAis to the * r vreliability. Al 9 6rs'uarantes for Filings: Gold .....$1.00 SiWer .....50c Al. *..*. 50c 2s-K RO AND 4sa, $s4 $5 ~ 07441 31190LW. [PANY aph Shop bhiamond nopaphs patenIed by Mr. s Ieann to se Dcau to come WLY E m-.. ... BAND CONCERTS Tedea at :S0 p m.. at the Szaith sentam Orunds. Teth and C agre"et, Nerthwest. by the United States Nay Dead. Charles Denter. Diree ter. Maroh-"Indiana State Dead." Farr"r overture-"Orphenu in the Under world"............ 4welbBOII Ballot at -romi-ni.i *"G*ss & Waits for Corps do Denit. b Adagie EMeembl. of NOUN ad Ifr Trojan Maldeas. a Allegrette. mtR of the NoMan Slaves. a media. Maestese. Pee Seul e Cleopatra. 0 Med .n to. Retry of the f Allegrette. Pae Soul Of Holes. g Allegro Vivace. Bacchamae and Zatry of Pbrre. Grand seosee from the opera. "Teanhuser".............W e Valee Sote: "Die Hydrepatea." Selees from the mInasal eam ody. "Feeea......diuart Humeroshe ..................Dvorak souveir .................... Drdla Fox Trot-ON&Jo .......... Wedoeft .ne iar-spaal.d Banner." Today at 6:50 P. 3!6h byU. S. SeO ler Reme Bad. Dadstat. John S. X. Zimmerman, Deadnaster. Marcb-"Gate Cit .........Welden ovrture-The Blak Domino." SOng-'LAdu" ............hber Gels. from Comic Opers--'Tb Waite Strass Foz Trot-"Meesbeams' ...lse" Waita Sute"-Caalsn Danes," Cuea The Star-Spangled eaner." Toda at 4:0 p. .... at.the Marine Berracka by the U. S. Mauine bend. 1Wilja Rn . Sntoena loader; Tay' rea.. so'e. co loader. Mrtb- per O i ......esr Ma t D-ot en PeaRantf Wen LL HOL F.EL DAYl Th itito Colum iaZcit Musician, Arthur S. Wltocush. ofratd Senes rom "Carmea" Dims Well-.hol Merr Wildw".mehar Torch Dan"e No. I ....eyerboer Marinsk Hymn-rTee Hails of Momateuma" r The e ts-pavIed sneesr." SONS OF REVOLUTION WILL HOLD FIELD DAY The District of Columbia Srocety of the Sot of the A eican Rveo lutlon willhold field day meeting in ak Hill Cemetery. Georgetwn. at G ordockm Wednesday afternoon to commemorate the placing of two revolutionary gravestone mprherse one sit the 4grave of Lieut. Cal. Urish sorrest. the other at the bmy of Capt. Stephen Bloomer Batch. revo lutanary army chaplas. Addresses will be made by Willua 41L Gordon. Prominent historian; and the Rev. James T. Marshall. present pasto of the church founded by Dr. Belch. The eserelses will close with an outing sper at the Dumbarton Club. Wimosin avenue and Rptreet Dorthwest. ADMIRAL BENSON HEADS DIOCESAN CO7 CIL IN MD. Admbrl Wnnam . Beasen wa elected president of the dilocesan council of Baltimore of the National Council of Catholic Men at Loyola College yesterday. The Baltimore council includes Washington and Cumberland. Other members elected were: FWirst vice president, Charles C. Coulon: second vice president. Walter D. Ber rell; third vice president, WinisM C. Walsh; financial secretary. Gdorge B. Mants, and treasurer. John T. Baumer. 1s fRNK I Msets aed Rig , Nol MONDAY All TV Round Steak, lb......22c Sirloin Steak, lb......25C Porterhouse Steak, lb..28e Fancy Chuck Reast, lb. 15C Hamburg Steak, lb..12%e eef Liver, lb...... 12%c Plate Beef, for boiling, lb. ................10e Smoked Shoulders1 neea-14c lb., Fresh Sho~ulder, lb....18e Lean Pork Chop., lb..22e Corned Pig Talk, lb.12%ec Compound, a lard sub stltute, lb.... 12%e Pure Lard, b.......15e Frsh Eggs, guaranateed, dos...............41c Cream Cheeae 6..b ..28e Fancy Creamery Butter, lb...............43e Fancy Olee, lb........20e Early June Peas, can..12e Fancy California Apricots, large can. .28e Fancy Georgia Peaches, ca .............14e "bed Vfalue" 001f4 18 Busy Markets Comny Weseh...e Usme. asas m~eW - se., . g. 9r Aes . 3. Am ~es I- .Waese 'HUMAN CLOCK' TO UIT SENATE A [H 13 EARS Page of. Vermont, Whose Reo ord of Punctuality Was Prov erbial, Will Retire. Upon some younger member of the Senate will rest responsibility of any failure of the upper house to meet on time. starting in March. 192. senator Carroll Smalley Page of Vermont for thirteen years the official "clock" of the Senate. has announced that he will quit public life upon the completion of his presnt term, March. 1933. He will then be eighty years of age. Since 1908 Page has been the of ficial timepiece of the Senate. It he failed to a r in the Senate as the hands of the clock over the Vice Presi dents chair pointed to exactly one minute before noon. Senators thought the timepiece on the wall was out of order. Senator Page at seventy-elgbt Is styrdy and vigorous, rated as a mU nlonaire, and wise enough to have most satisfactorily administered one of the highest offoes within the gift of the people of Vermont . His us for punctuality is solely respon a:behe srtays. Great-Greatrandsire Page sur veyed and approxisately named Hyde Park, the little Vermotn village that "Calf Skin" Page, as he is nuown to hide users the world over, was to put on the map as the home of the largest raw-skin factory In the world . OW-his twelfth birthday Page went to work In the tanning factory a an apguen tics. Punctually on this twenty-first anniversary, he bought out the es tablishment and has conducted to run It on schedule time ever since. He did not proerasilate about get ting into public life. Be was elected to the Vermont Legislature as soon as he attained the eligible age and elevated to the State Senate upon reaching the minimum constitutional age limit. Election as governor, State bak examined' and Senator followed with the Page promptness. G. U. DENTAL SCHOOL ADDS THREE TO FACULTY To meet the growing demanls upon the medical and dental abbets of Georgetown University. which open next Saturday for the nw ebholas tic term, three additiimal members of the faculty have been added, the Rev. John B. Creeden. -S. J., presi dent of the university. announced toay. in the medical school Dr. Jmnes A. Gannon has been appointed SO mitant Professor of surgery, whilh Dr. James A. Cahill will be critical profdesor of surgery. Dr. W. S. Benedict has accepted the position of professor of oral surgery at the dental school. At the meeting of the trustees of the schools recently Dr. eo4 N Kober. dean of medicine, axa"e that the registration of students al ready exceeded 360. Dr. ruos L. Taylor, of the dental school reported an enrollment of 200 students to date. Both of these totals exceed last year's registrations. One Day, Every Day ESIAT SPECIALS Leg of Lamb Ilb.....30c Sboulder Lamb, roast Ing, lb.............18e Breast Lamb, stewing, Ib. ..............12%e Veal Cutlet, Ib........40C Sboulder Veal, reasting, lb. .............2 Breast Veal, bone out, lb. ................17C Leiu Perk Ches 25c lb. Smoked Hams, 8 to 10 lbs., lb...... ..28 Machine Sliced Bacon, lb.---.............35c Dean Pork or Fat Butts, 6... ..... .... .... .13%,e Whit. Potatoes, lb... .3%e~ 10 lbm for 30e Yellow Globe Oblens, lb. 5e Fancy Sweet Potatoes, lb. ...-..........3%c Cabbage, lb........4%ec Famey Tomatoes, No. 3 can ........,....4 Fancy Sugar Carn, cam 13e Ginger Ale, large bottle 10e torls M ls . 0s G e"""'e'23e.1 altl Leested a6 oas. a. w.