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ANY Finger Good Enough to
Pull a Trigger in Defense of
the American Government is Good
Enough to Make a Cross Mark on
a Ballot, and Have it Counted.
ASS’T DISTRICI ATTY 0W ADVOCATED FOR JUDGESHIP
Attorney Jones
Withdraws His
Name from Race
With the withdrawal of the name of
Attorney Thomas L. Jones from con
sideration for appointment as a judge
of the police court of the District of
Columbia, new impetus was put into
the effort to have James J. O’Leary,
an assistant United States Attorney,
.appointed by the President to suc
ceed Judge John J. McMahon, whose
term expires next month.
Preferred
There are several candidates for
the position, including former Judge
James L. Pugh and United States
Commissioner Isaac R. Hitt. Judge
McMahon himself is a candidate for
reappointment. But Mr. O’Leary is
preferred by the members of the local
bar generally and it is at their in
sistence that he has permitted his
name to be presented to the Attorney
General.
A large number of influential per
sons have written letters to Attoreny
General Stone recommending the ap
pointment of Mr. O’Leary. The most
prominent members of the bar asso
ciation have likewise done so. The
District Commissioners have refused
to commit themselves, but it is un
derstood that they are friendly toward
his apopintment.
Several of the leading colored law
yers have joined in the movement to
have him named. While Mr. Jones
was a candidate, there was some re
luctance; but since his withdrawal,
there is almost unanimity among the
colored members of the bar in support
of Sir. O’Leary.
Qualified
Mr. O’Leary is well qualified for the
judgeship. He is a young, progress
ive lawyer and has gained invaluable
experience in the office of the United
States District Attorney. Besides
ability and character, he has the ju
dicial temperament which would make
nini an able judge.
He has won the respect of the
colored members of the bar by his
impartial enforcement of the iaw
without regard to race.
Dr. and Mrs. Creed W. Childs of
IJII L Street, Northwest, are attend
ing the Medical Convention this week.
7th and T Sts., N.W. TH T AID A D
Phone, North 5224 UUi\ DH A “*
THEATRE
Program for Week beginning August 31
Sunday,
E. Torrence in “Heritage of the Desert”
Monday,
Jack Hoxie in “Forbidden Trails”
Tuesday
Wm. S, Hart in “The Narrow Trail”
Also Pathe’s Latest Serial “The 40th Door”
Wednesday,
Rodolph Valentino and Gloria Swanson in
“Beyond the Rocks”
Thursday
Pola Negri in “The Devil’s Pawn”
Friday
All Star Cast in “For the Defense”
Saturday,
Lon Chaney in “The Miracle Man”
4th Chapter of the “Mistress of the World”
Hastagjon ©Hhune
“UNGUARDED WOMEN” and “THE
SHEIK” at the REPUBLIC
The week of August 3fst, Para
mount Week—brings to the Republic
Theatre two outstanding Paramount
pictures, “Unguarded Women”- one of
the new “famous forty” and “The
Sheik” the greatest past success Par
amount has ever made. Paramount
week is observed by nearly all the
theatres in the •world, a week set aside
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to play only Paramount pictures.
“Unguarded Women” with Bebe
Daniels and Richard Dix featured will
be shown on Sunday, Monday (La
bor Day) Tuesday and Wednesday,
August 31, September 1,2, and 3. The
story has to do with a young fellow
who, through a moment of cowardice
on the battlefield, feels that he owes
a great debt to the young widow of
his buddy who had died ‘out there’
while he had hesitated. The support
ing cast includes Mary Astor, Walter
McGrail, Frank Losoe and Joe King.
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
September 4,5, and 6, prior to the
showing of “Monsier Beaucaire,”
which marks Valentino’s return to
the screen after two years’ absence,
the Republic takes pride in present
ing a return engagement, by popular
demand, of the picture you’ll never
forget—“The Sheik” with Rudolph
Valentino. It is useless to review the
story here, but it is needless to say
“The Sheik” is without a doubt the
most talked of picture ever made.
A special bargain matinee, admis
sion ten cents—is given every day
from 3 to 5 p.m. except on Sundays
and Holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Anderson and
grandchildren, Miss Marjorie Worm
ley and Master Wm. G. Williams, Jr.,
have returned from Atlantic City, N.
J., where they have been spending a
delightful vacation for a few weeks.
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FOR RENT—Apartment, 935 T St.,
N.W.
FOR RENT—Room. 1609 6th St.,
N.W.
FOR RENT—Room, to couple. 759
Girard St., N.W., Adams 3591-W.
FOR RENT—Large and small fur
nished room. Electric lights;
working people preferred. 539
Florida Ave., N.W. Rtf
FOR SALE—2 mirrors 6 feet x 10
feet; excellent condition, cheap. 611
Rhode Island Ave., N.W.
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50c Makes the hair soft and glossy and
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leaving it oily or gummy.
Strait-Tex Herbs
SI.OO Is a vegetable preparation that ac
perus tualiy straightens and restores the
original color to gray or faded hair.
Color permanent —positively will not
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is shampooed. Three shades: Black,
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Kokomo Shampoo
40c Is made from pure cocoanut oil;
per UttU clean s the scalp and roots of the hair
in a natural, healthy manner.
Bronze Beauty Vanishing Cream
50c Is a soothing, greaseless vanishing
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50c Is nourishing, softening and stimu
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skins. The shades: High Brown
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600 FIFTH AVENUE
PITTSBURGH. PA., U. S.A.
WANTED TO RENT—Large front
room, use of kitchen. $15.00 month,
pay twice a month. 1410 3rd Street,
N.W.
FOR RENT—Room, with or without
board. 909 French Street, N.W.
FOR RENT—4-room flat, 2nd floor,
unfurnished; 2 front rooms on 3rd
floor furnished. 1614 15th St. N.W.
30-6-13
FOR RENT—Three-room apartment;
kitchenette; 2305 M St.^.W., Ph.,
W. 512.
Express for Trunks
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cheap. North 2892. Rtf
FOR RENT—Large front room; un
furnished; suitable for couple; 1435
R St.; North, 1624-W. 23-30
FOR RENT—A very desirable three
room apartment with kitchenette;
on Georgia Avenue; to a refined
married couple; Ed. L, Scott; 389
R.L Ave., N.W.
FOR RENT —House, 8 rooms and
bath, H.W.H. 128 S Street, N.W.
Mortimer M. Harris, 613 F Street,
N.W., Phone, M. 6328.
FOR RENT—Neatly furnished room
for two men or married couple.
House convenient to all car lines.
Apply 1911 Bth Street, N.W.
FOR RENT—Furnished or unfur
nished room, with private dining
room and kitchen, reasonable. 746
Hobart Pl., N.W.
FOR RENT—Room, couple or lady,
with use of kitchen, call evenings.
2011 12th Street, N.W.
FOR RENT—Large front room, fur
nished, suitable for two with cook
ing privileges, or a single room.
136 Thomas Street, N.W. Between
Ist and 2nd, T and U Sts.
FOR RENT—Furnished or unfur
nished apartment of one large front
room; kitchenette and bath; hot
water heat; electric lights and gas;
Call Franklin 9466-J; 1208 sth St.,
N.W.
FOR RENT—-2 furnished rooms as
apartment or separately, A.M.I. In
convenient neighborhood to Howard
University, 2009 Flagler Place,
N.W., between Ist and 2nd, U and
V Streets.
FOR RENT—2 communicating rooms;
man and wife preferred. 1521 T
Street, N.W.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, com
fortable for winter, price reasona
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WANTED—A thorough, competent
hair dresser; good wages; only
those thoroughly experienced need
apply; address The Tribune Office,
cpm, 23-30-6
LEGAL NOTICES
FOUNTAIN PEYTON, Attorney
SUPREME COURT of the DISTRICT
of Columbia, holding Probate Court.
Estate of Florence V. Long, de
ceased. No. 32,038, Administration
Docket 72.
Application having been made here
in for probate of the last will and
testament of said deceased, and for
letters' testamentary on said estate,
by Irene A. Jurix, it is ordered this
21st day of August, A.D., 1924, that
Walter Long and Joseph S. Long and
all others concerned, appear in said
court on Monday, 29th day of Septem
ber, A.D., 1924, at 10 o’clock A.M., to
show cause why such application
should not be granted. Let notice
hereof be published in the ”Washing
ton Law Reporter” and Washington
Tribune one in each of three succes
sive weeks before the return day
herein mentioned, the first publication
to be not less than tihrty days before
said return day.
WILLIAM HITZ, Justice.
Attest: James Tanner, Registe rof
Wills for the District of Columbia,
Clerk of the Probate Court. •
GEORGE E. C. HAYES, Attorney
SUPREME COURT of the DISTRICT
of Columbia, holding Probate Court.
No. 31,835, Administration.
This is to Give Notice:
That the subscriber, of the District
of Columbia has obtained from the
Probate Court of the District of! Co-
lumbia, Letters of administration on
the estate of Sarah J. Moten, late of
the District of Columbia, deceased.
All persons having claims against the
deceased are hereby warned to ex
hibit the same, with the vouchers
thereof, legally authenticated, to the
subscriber, on or before the Bth day
of August, A.D., 1925; othewise they
may by law be excluded from all
benefit of said estate.
Given under my hand this Sth day
of August, 1924.
EDWARD L. SCOTT,
. 391 Fla. Ave., N.W.
Attest: Theodore Cogswell, Dep. Reg.
of Wills for the District of Colum
bia, Clerk of the Probate Court.
P. W. FRISBY, Attorney
SUPREME COURT of the DISTRICT
of Columbia, holding Probate Court.
No. 27376, Administration.
This is to Give Notice:
That the subscriber, of the District
of Columbia has obtained from the
Probate Court of the District of Co
lumbia, Letters testamentary on the
estate of Mae E. Ancrum, otherwise
known as Mae E. Ancrue/ late of the
District of Columbia, deceased. All
persons having claims against the de
ceased are hereby warned to exhibit
the same, with the vouchers thereof,
legally authenticated, to the sub
scriber, on or before the 7th day of
August, A.D., 1925; otherwise they
may by law be excluded from all ben
efit of said estate.
Given under my hand this 7th day
of August, 1924.
ESTELLA ESTILL.
1703 6th Street, N.W., City
Attest: Theodore Cogswell, Dep. Reg.
of Wills for the District of Colum
bia, Clerk of the Probate Court.
OPPORTUNITIES — REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE—B rooms and bath in the*lsoo block of T St, M-W-J
9 rooms and bath in the 1900 block of 13th St, M-W.j
15-room house with two baths, H. W. H., 3 gas range*
one coal range, cellar, and other conveniences; good ««d.-
tion. Price $ll,OO0 —Terms.
Three houses in the 100 block of 13th Street, S.E. Fries,.
$2,500. SIOO cash. . _
1500 block Bth Street, N.W., 6 rooms and bath. Price*
HARVEY R. WILLIAMS, 11th & U Sts., N.W. i
Lewis Building, Rooms 201-202. Phone, North 10074
TAKE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS TO
Garnett’s Drug Store
7th Street, N.W., at S
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded
by Registered Pharmacists
This store is open and at your Service until 3 a.m. every
morning.
Tell your Physician and Friends
GARNETT’S DRUG STORE,
Sodas—Sundaes that are unsurpassed
Special prices on hot water bags and syringes this week.
7th Street, N.W., at S
Phones—North 6198—4070 —7540
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THE BIG THRILL AT SUBURBAN GARDENS
Is the trip over “Lovers’ Dip” on the Giant Coaster. Nietih
ing like it. You will scream with laughter. You wB tog
gle with delight. Thousands enjoy it. Don’t miss the Ke
fun.
Then, too, is the delightful “Flying Boats” and the very
funny “Dodgems” and the Free al? day Picnic Groves with
shade trees, tables and benches. Take them in. Yav w£L
I _ enjoy them.
Band Concert Every Sunday Afternoon at S P. R
'The Best Sport
Page in the East
NOTICE
Dr. T. Edward Jones wishes to art*
nounce the removal of his reaatete®
and office from 509 O Street, N-W-r
to 1505 12th Street, N.W. TOejiienffi
unchanged, N. 5836.
CARD OF THANKS
Our heartfelt thanks goes ent ©r
those whose floral tribute to «w tav®
one Miriam Tate, and whose hasps'
words of sympathy and helpfainc*-
to ourselves have meant so aneK Sai
our recent sorrow.
Chas. A„ and Kathleen C. Ta£s
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W. H. TUCKER
REAL ESTATE I
1715 Fourteenth St, NLW- ’
Phone. North 4938

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