Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Washington Post Newspaper Archive: July 20, 1913 - Page 28

Share Page

Publication: Washington Post

Location: Washington, District Of Columbia

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1913, Washington, District Of Columbia                               f) THE WASHINGTON POST: SUNDAY, JULY 20, HAS TEST FOR STUDIES Dr. Tones Says They Must Teach Human Betterment. i CITIZENSHIP IS AT STAKE, Member ot U i a n Bureau ot Edu- .cation i i h.s'i -S Roahie M d ng Ci nimunity Welfare Above That 01 Ni on as Study Topic NEW BANKING BUILDING NEA2UNG COMPLETION. ulul over oheis of soilal s IT tho hi t (vpjxirt in of th I ypi.it i  n tlu Idi i i sh i in lhi> VMnld v, -i-i ftulrteil in i i (Hiring the i i p of vlt w rni iun of tlw -.mbl'i n if clat mlPriii ami luatoiy la tl modern v "Gool lti7Misiup should be tin   Hohool comets in BI i ecleni'o anS hlsl jrj hr> ti oltizpnaliip 11 thi) tptt that m b< ap piled to cveiy topic in th  must not be mpioly .1 study of government but a study ot ill mannei ot bocUl efforti to Improve mankind, pupil n'lould know m c'ourae, how the PrBHidTit of United States In fleeted, but lie should tilso un- derstand thn ihities of tho h.jilth officer in his roramunltv. Tt in the thinsi near 11 poll fbr Sc'-iirlo and omnicrrlnl Hank iiuw ftliiu null ultlfialo "te bank hope tu troni their temvorar.v few _________ __ POOB, BUT HEMITS at and that should be fti Bt of ill Compar i- tlvely few prisons have any need of knowlcdg. of fsstnndl procedure, but rvcrv know what the fhJiii-Pi of employment for the ayur- agp m.ui New Topics of Study. Proposed topi< a in this nnwer high clvkt HP- houslns   and thp of crime and reform family liiuomr, uttvlngn batiks and iniuramf human and matr-ri.il resourcPK of the (.nmmunlt'v. human wrsuH property rights, impulsive .id Ion nf rtiobs and thn nelflsh lonservatli'tu of utilities, like Htiopt and light and water tradition public lines, plann "Thp iiurposc Is not to tho pupil an knOTtladge of any of thewo t-ubjpctt, hut to him  foiiMr. 406 N street southwest. Friendship Houm 334 Vlrgrlnla. avenue aouthorfbt, at ncrro'socUl settlement, 18 L. utraet eoutli- War Veteran, Now la Ireland, Swells United States "Conscience Fund." A veteran of tho VnusrlrJii Ml now a pooi firms r In Inl irtd and with a finilly upon him. Ust Wffk tho Tniiuiv I'tptrtnicnt as a "conwion e ontribtitlon foi sumo ftaud ho porpoti itui uiion thil govern ment a noldi. contribution, BUSINESS CHANCES O.K" 1 tho sjtvlriKS "f BEFORE BUILDING plaoa. No 104. lambat ud anirwark far J all fir JtU- FRANK LIBBEY CO, Lumberman WaaMnvton D C. H si Fm ulr Klin ii 1-> a D! 'lif Ui Miii 12 r tu li limn il t> r- i it i in IT i 11 o i ft i I "ii'nfttr-i f ti Hv MM j I n ti u rna i 4 i if il >l 11 an In Qiade t ma 1 HIM. jit J rl u mini TVuwli Uov offl SUMMER RESOJtTS AND TRAVEL AUTOMOBILES CAPE MAY (N.J.) RESORTS CAPE MAY (N. J.) RESORTS AMERICA'S FINEST BATHING BEACH Cape May New Jersey NEW HOTEL CAPE MAY NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON Strictly Fireproof White Servfce Throughout Tennis Boating Fishing Garage An Idftl Automobile Run From Philadelphia Under Manaaemenf of JAMES E. GflLBREV formerfy of New Wttlard and Shoreham ATUNTIC CITY HOTELS ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS years Tvas sent through i Jthollc PI Ktt .Severjl wcnks -isio the[ alvlncd the depai tuifiH of mans to ease his mind inl i-kM If In i i.-w of the offender s po >r cltiuniwtm fa, UK- government could foiKlvn tho ofTcnip nnd i. emit the Indebtedness whli.li nakj the result of m iklnK fr-lsn re turns f (Uik io'iu---tM tha man1, ttnd tho cli Ot tho frauil Tho prlt t n che  on a h t ik Mill. 1 In a liittpi jem.trtiv th it tin conti Ibmoi H Idf-ntltj Im I hc-c n Kint li t> unrlfr tin1! soul of i n mil ht nil not tf Tim money pl.ic ed In tho "conscience fund CLUBS AND SOCIETIES. On Mondiv the Itall m 1'ilondshlp Club, Tin' gavo Its fourth annu.il pxt-Uislou to hcsapeako Beach, whl< h proved ID bra very successful d vy Wrd-a Ule.jl for an outlnff, and a larifo cjowd J A great many novel fpatuies In athlntd sporta Introduced by tho giouud committee Handaowe prUfB wfre  H 1. BEST LOCATED POPULAR PRICE CTMICy BSTEL KHUM att iivi-.ni oourMJ i AIMH ott'Miv. 40 ti. KLltV VrOBi IM1 1 HATHSl HDNlVINti ATKR IN Bathing From Hotel Free Shower Baths weekly to daily. American Plan. lrrrr Booklet Mlaiillr EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONS COWGRXSSIONAL GARAGE CO, 628 Ave. S. E Ttl L. ATLANTIC CITY-HOTELS __ CNTS posrxje secuKts PULI. iMfORMHTION or ANTIC CITY ITS HOTELS ADDPfSS ION DlPAJUMtNT M A1HNIIC CITY M J. RALEIGH i. ni> I ii I i II" i uinln I hi'1 t i Ullll I ll til It II Ill .111 111 llllf tl' tul i taik r i inn piK.il lalli iimnlii i 1 ml ii J! Mil u I ill tl I I tin i.nl." Ill illlllllK Miiilli till 'Hi t HIM i It i Ol Iti I KlliilM ,iHl li O.la-S" mar I'' FDl h tnt II 1 M I irj.t. 1 MilN Til i IM II 1 a ti i il li p H. rt i i i hlo orK Utoni tu tlili fity, A flno l pjutrri n bai .1] i> bun arranged THE JULY 19, 1913. Supreme Court, District of Columbia. EQUITY Gould Tfc CrUmond. mle July TUIntlt? S 1 John Kldout, aeionrtsnt 5 W. It Am bro.e rrilMIXAt. JustlCB OouM UntlM SUtes YD LouU Smith with weapon recogDlzia s J500 wkoo. wlUi W W Stowin surety ii v r J Uhcr nonsup port plea lift ifutlty, J H Manojui- ami J B Ljiwsuits. No ITio ri Hunt UppellantJ appeal DeJoudant e at tornfy T T Vfint No tugf-ne va SCO PUlntia o a K layl M No oiWOl A hi- t I i Jiidtincni Muni Ipil ourt lor ITS u C It rouin REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Ht.IGHTH John W (rregory .c in to -v 1 au i Mary lot 4, iua K t i SOITUPV-I K 1 v i h Koni.wl t W. Vali i 11 it S n l i u I 81 Kl-r IfiUl T PUlh i re i t M K Jlt> ft J JI Oilljl I' DflRluil Ii t 7 jin monthly pttjuir-iit? B cent, lot 31, block It COl'NTY- i liaj-ten Mhtnk (own right an4 trus ft UT ti A- H NI lul ji i> f Drown. JI Km 3 vpur i D inn nnml lot liv bfyi U i1 B i fmrU lol 411. t.f i lit i i i i i 01 I 1 M i i j i u m t wlja wn F I i 1 f i si wrt Lt. ih urn Si l ii t 14 ni'Hmic o Ktlno u o SOI 1 H i I l LttflTI Jullt 'I I i m 1 li i on i Tnurt Cotni 1 l 1 l n Tl ii tlipj y NORTH i I i y u in ic, ot in Harry V I t t l lot 41 V I i 1 U I pd v i i i 1 UK" 11 1 M Itina. I UK" n t .u Ian H M'llrnl .11 ro nil L. L. PERKINS I HOM> VOL ludensultv Co. Pfconr 't ftnnrj Ilill 1113 Klines' i it "iti t i i i! run r i .1 l wr.i I IBJ' LOAN COMPANIES f SPECIAL NOTICE! 4 TO HOHHOWEHS. t Loans of or More t To Any One f T- ua h mili-h you T n A u ir your ability a.af) h WHITS tut IlOSl I I f '1 II i j MJ j 1 li j il to Sara J  l H TO t Potomac Financial Co. J n III 111 I ll Hi. fllllt tMl I 111 TlUl Kl I 1 I ii I 11 I iiinn I I. 1.1 I oil Illl 1 WAN 11 11 I ll itil In It wnll In d fir t i Vtotu Ihn l i ii tin nf v I u il II li t II rlo t Of( hit! I fi e Mil at I m f >r i i Mat I i Hi nir ti iH i f in Mtghl n .in 1 T bli r t liiou oni c in nmt i-ati r u han tftifi r tutflrvfeft Hot UU irrt st l i 1 bu party tlftft mnn'li MU veil! l oura luf r l ivr, lnff h wtl) r N H U mmlfl to nf an hn r OQ0 TO In it lu MW" HinuM hoin inovtnc ture r i n K f A Z j o tf _fe thir YttSi Mm K JjfJlf U J J anv utljttt t LIT niitly i i ith-rii H j s VvtK r n i i QTTym Di i t jn l r] af A ul 1 jU 1 H lary- usli tm <1 in "f 1 i 1 au 1 l in i In I f k a SCt ultl 1 Iiir-l c j  I'ai r vtltli uuft to IE noft in J itn t t IT rt fJiM H lilt I HtJ BJ ii tun it IL' Thut U JJ. par rut t> Hi i rftijfi-; i -jii r> SM MIH) arM lopt titft Jf tiVes nnnf hut tEiottn hunin Hta AildriMu J A 1' (SlH V SUi hnion I JvJ ,tJ- RAILROADS sr. Kl ur Wrnta MONEY FOR cDd upcn fholr own -orsfltl-ntur D. I i i i 1 ll k i DEEDS OF TRUST. Mf OU W M JE X J V> K M 11 J I I i! Ever Need Money in a Hurry? ouil T t, I4 t at H iw inu h do ww A I JUk !i ur to NO i ri ai J'   >t Mtfttl ,'u rt. an, SOUTHERN RAILWAY. PRKHIKH CAlilUKtl OP' THE SOUTH. N B -Etatiowlnf flcureu OBtf it n not inAlVh L.H.AVU rnr Atlanta Wjtjlli! Now Orlaanm. SO a rn M n m daiir Olntnr for rhatlin.KKa and Memphis. vU 10 p rr daily For AllajLt4 imbiii I 90 au BL tj4 z'v i> iti rttitly nlrtlnc carl Kor AUai u fal.ra. fl E0 a tn I 23 p nr iluLlr arid fnr torn Meridian, I DO m. dallj Dla- }af fen Hoftttrltr Brlatol. Knojtvllla, BlrrnlDctiatn Meridian VI. keburc, Na 1U 10 p rn dslljf DJrilnf rar 4 i m. daltr car ID eo p m Dlntat car. for a nu, 6 W p ro p TTI   atotty Ik kut GRAND ATLANTIC HOTEL. itva Iftaa lo aib Ht.ic-1 i ler nwl a In all bftihu I BookUt Opcu from 12 W WM B. lOOI-m, Pmprlelor jai JUI tn W BEAUMONT" A '7, oh tilth, tu I. K HOTEL BOSCOBEL (etrturk Un.ih Ii4tbn. Una fir hovktet n at nod U tiih i 3SU LL, WELLS B 0 ftO i1: MYlUi lIULfti) (yll .to" CHELTENHAM-REVERE, llth owticj b UrJtu far and booklet It W A.T up tlal'r Opuii nil tlm Uiuklm HAM I. I'M.ia airy ruornt table balblaa trad ntb A U DUNN IKuntiU'ky I Modern IDUU t tlt6 up WriU MONTICEIXO KuntiU'ky AVP txiocli all nUim-Uont Modern. H Table, fa nko room I up   Jai aaW ENTIRELY SCREENED COACHES EXTENSIVE PARKS PICNIC GROUNDS All Amusements tOlft onn M V Hlaat ar. Itlakt ON THE BAY TKE BIBBER BRIGHTER Your Alt j tftVIN T DONOHOE Rambler Mitchell Maxwell II It Jr Sitror IHJ1.J WITT-WILL HulU In Hobliialuo liuiki, 1 I an r. THE W1TT-WILL CO fVa s m in 1114 fa I luil I I llltti i In h mia ml In Jfll si jj t "n OCKAIS HOTEL MAJESTIC PlBElTblT ON Tub H CUineni (elStu Hi nu VIRGINIA RESORTS. THE HYGEIA, t 76 (ly tu .1 etn n n( (rjne innfii WCIK ft i tu th I  r Hfcht fltllis 1 llANl UC< I rntfit f.l In II na1 Intilhlcl If till hrfctrr, MUH it T-( il Hi, ArrNUnl t i U1U t CADILLAC BAKER ELECTRIC T hr A Mo.uinrtl .v. U ,.ii.i fs The Bass are waiting for you in the "Heart of Maryland" STUDEBAKER mi 1 m fa.ru- UK I H'lW I I Itln ,nllrnly 1 Imnn (lALIglilfuMy il 4.11 1 li.iirlrVr rlru id lijn Torino -ipr at l'li n m mir.iiml II. [inMeu Ml HI t la HI, Itll hlllirr, JI D llPltlt. fl f Orkney Springn Hotal and Baths, rkiisy Nrrlrin Opnn Juno 1 tn ttnr I fAutlfHl J IfW rAtnp nient tllfi liaat tjnftot ful wailmH r nutria m lli-a.lni futiira Buoklat II AHTlLlt Ideal Family Seashore Resort It 0 in rtll It n r mil I" n 1 P tit iriruii ha n HJi i 1y Id wn if u! t to ly S II nil 1 hJiLi Itaf ]ai n< t k j hwluh hJ4 ti a Irtl urt t H 1 Itul 1 }1 i H  ollid' report. "ntJ II i tlnfiii f I ilton O. puiinec t HI. lir-diiliK II iBi-rt i.u> ii .mil imdmlik It, M ml I Ire f rt, 4 FLANDERS VI', OH Iti Ul 1 I t I n A t 1-1 t i> Mitt I Irl II Jt Guard Your Property e- 1I 1 1 Ir. 1 ttlllnhct hAuilt 1 f .In National Electrical Supply Co USED AUTOMOBfLf S FOR SAI f MARYLAND RESORTS t i f t' H i Ml 11 n UMuUftiny rll jJtP'l fl   ff tt, MTU AHO MOK1UU notut mttlt THE LINCOLN HOTEL H Bf. W, All bat ana wtvtar to ream. All data la nom. ptia, f t RESORTS tt. A K Mmk, "Sum- VXCV oaring ,w w M, alwut iltta Itna from Uolni r M. KOWEJA, fl f. Wsrtsra Urjrlitiit ft. R. Canadian Pacific Railway i, Vwr turt Ach 1' roui XVanhtiial'iii I4CV Til MH'UMONT. I ltvlll biirir. I'avonlan HprtnAT', I'nrvrltvllla. burn, I1 aiKlj noil M MAINE RESORTS The Louis burg Bar Harbor, Me. r 1 nil tiatflf ftW a W a jfl a fjulll ifti t 1 J I YORK CITY HOTELS New York City Leading _ OCEAN STEAMERS NORTH GERMAN LLOYD Kaltir PHdJI Krlnilif Ii WlllirJlii lull ,K UrrlHl it THE MEDITERRANEAN t n.- AII ii !1 t.tt d c-lll II lira ff i New Y I k I i i t i nr A in I i I I I o if t AHOUNtJ Till 111 I i I 1 I far tn nit t l ntid frufn Ihr t'nrf uf Vi Af II i 1 Pit I) [L! Ma 11 1' lilt 1 f ll I Vt llu.o w J It'll V itinerieanLin) 1013. tt.Y ftwwtbJkrndfna. i Atlantic Trantport Una Ulrwrt. Had Star Una JH AI VOHI) f O i HHKI'BOOK r ii Stu I h I N W Co, I M I el Whtta Star Una FOR EXCHANGE lVV i.'Mlo ot. It. H, VmMtntffr ABctal U I J '1.1 110! I EUROPEAN HOTELS GRAND HOTEL. LONDON IB TwUa In 1 r W, Wl. i-M'SPAPFRl .NEWSPAPERS   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication