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   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1923, Washington, District Of Columbia                                ______- THE, .LATEST NEWS FROM MARYLAND AND VIRGINIAS ALLEN FOR CLOSER TIES WITH ALLIES Says Events Have Shown Ger- many Should Have Been invaded Deeper. SPEAKS AT MEMORIAL SERVICE Gen Lejenna Pays Tribute to North Carolinians, in Ad- dress at Charlotte. w mston Salem N C May 30 plea that the ties that bound the al- and associated nations during should ever be Memorial Day Exercises A re Held i SEMINARY TO MARK In All Sections of Nearby States JOOTH ANNIVERSARY nrhool %rar will be hell n the high Sv-hnol bulldli g at 3 15 o clock tbt j.ft moon MISR Bombard of the Depart pent nf Educal on fo give a talk ds.C.V. GETS RICHMOND FOR PERMANENT HOME th- world war rencihened made here today i MaJ Henry Allen, who com- i anded the American army of occu- atlon on the Rhine Uen Allen who as the chief soaker at memorial services here, so said that many American Brlt- sh an.d French thought that all lea should have gone farther ito Germany before agreeing upon and added that events since the armistice had shown that guch action woold. been better for allied cause Gen Allen a parade which Included military detachments. Con federate veterans members of the Legion and representatives o' many other patriotic organiza- Hot d and in his address also paid tribute to North Carolina s sons, es those In the Eighty first dl- t Lands %orth Afay 30 Confl- r rtarlotte m the patriotism of the people  who Vay '0 adopted the Immortal kienburs declaration of Independ f pledging their their for (s and the r sacred honor to the cf freedom and again did the courage of North Carolinians forth resplendent "When in con untlon assembled on April 13 1776 pathfinders of liberty instructed delegates to the Continental ft ongress to move that these colonies are and of right ought to be free and independent states Uejeune highly praised the spin' of of all wars anng those in the lute war heroism wp commemorate to- day by this memorial Icept the faith, they dared all thpj save alt and glory to God thev and their com rades saved the liberty of Europe and of our own beloved country" Ha concluded with this exclamation sailors and marines You have maintained the tradition? ot forefatheis and for all time to irne your self sacrifice, your endur and vour va'or will be an in piration to the hearts of all Amer- ans to Tie WajUniton Post. Hagerstown Md May 30 thousand persons tcKla i attended me tnorlal servlcei in AnHetam National cemetery Sharpsburs held under auspices o' Antlelam post Grand Army of the Republic street ria rade preceded The. procession was headed b> Chief Mar shall Clyde B Roulette Addresses were made by Gov Albert C Ritchie Barry K. Kennard Harrisburg and Maj C Earl Whlpple Hagerstown Raleigh Sherman of Washington read Lincoln s Gettysburg speech Rev A A Kerlin offered prayer Jotat at Cumberland. Cumberland Md May Me- morial day exercises here were held Jointly under the auspices of Tyle- Grand Army of the Republic and Fort Cumberland post, American Legion The Municipal band anl American Legion drum corps escort e dthe procession to Rose Hill ceme tery, where exercises were held at the Soldiers monument. The graves of all soldiers were decorated Rab bl Karl Hermann and the Rev Father Robert Freallch who served as chap lains in the world" war, conducted tho rituals Former employes of the Western Maryland railway held memorial ex- ercises this morning at the memorial tablet at Central station In honor of employes who served In the world war Trl.towaa Unite In Celebration. Westernporti Md May 30 ernport and Luke, Md and Piedmont W Va, the trl towns Joined in a celebration of Memorial day in which many organizations took part The parade formed at Potomac park and marched to Phlles cemetery headed by the Barton Boys band where ex- ercises were held The speakers were the Dr William Lomax Childress and Saul Praeger Cumberland and U 3 Turrill, W Va Froatburg Cltlsenn Parade. Frostburg Md 30 citizens paraded today to Allegany Cemetery, where memorial exercises were held under the auspices of the American Legion The Civil War vet erans were taken In motor cars The Arion Band played and a quartet composed of the Rev W D Reese Griffith Hughes Joslhua Davis and David H Powell sang The address was by the Rev Paul H Weldley, pastor of St Paul s Lutheran Church Exercises were also held at St Mi- chael a Cathoilc cemetery where the rosary was recited and prayers for the dead were offered Sole Confederate Snrrlvor Joins Cambridge Md May f Company C national guard of accompanied by members >f the Grand Army of the Republic, eterans of the Spanish American war nd A Hamilton Bayly sole survivor n Dorchester county of those who wore the Confederate srrav met at he Armorv this afternoon and marched from there to the different emeterles where they decorated the graves of the soldier dead Automo jiles were provided for the veterans Headed b barracks consisted of w Tl f pr nclwlfl f Soogher o club and addre and Clarence 1 ton Holds Gas k Despite Sabbath Law U (o ThP IVtahlnfton fttit Mav Jury in t a c re jit court consumed mlnut n at Chatham in that in ft Is a 'necessity tmt It ran h" sold on Sunday evening the State Sun observe ire lau The case of Martin A Shelton store t-yeri nenr Panvllle had been pend beptember Several rlin-e flu ng station proprietors eU hand' n testing the issue and n their po nt 1 ne f gasoline Is forbidden Sunday In Dsnville but the num- h r of on the immediate out- Kir's which henceforth will be al- iwrd to 111 enable motorists to enlih th" r fual tanks with ease HOLDS TWO IN BOY'S DEATH MarttnslmrB -lory Car's Owner Was at Steering Wheel. to Th. vTuhmston Martlnsburg W Va May oroner's jury Investigating the death of Kenneth Kneisle) 7-year-ota nhoolboy who was kitted by an au- tomobile ip ed by William Brlghtwell an I Reno Six both Prederick Md at the edge of this ity Mondav last night returned i erdlct charg ng Brlghtwell Kith be ing at the steering wheel of the car when the tragr 1v occurred and named SU an accessory after the fac because It Is charged ha was driving the car when ifflcers stopped him a Willlamsport Md and enabling BTlghtweH tt make his escape When arresfd each of the two ac cused the c of driving the ma chine IIT 'ho was Brlghtwell i chauffeur -.a t that Brlghtwelt drove the car hK protest Brlghtwel Is expected ti bp tried on a charge o manslaush'T He and Six are In Jail here Djnamitc to Find Boy's Batty Tbft ton i ban J Ci i mti the pr ho i I Episcopal Theotogtcat School at Alexandria to Hold Cele bration Next Week. i Klnc 9peak> "I Grafton. Grafton. W Va May 30 Former United States Senator Howard Suth erland waa the speaker at Memorial day exercises at the National ceme tery here The pirad" the cemetery in thr e the first beingr made up of -veterans of the wars and the second and third of school children O E Wjckoff presided The Invocation was by the J Brown and :he benediction by the Ferrj E Grimm Bxerciiea Reid at Fairmont. Fairmont W Va May 30 Rev Dr C Baird Mitchell was the Me mortal day speaker here the exercises being held this morning In Wood- lawn. cemetery A number of or- ganizations escorted the veterans to the cemetery Falrmctt Post, No 17 American Lesion was in charge All-day Eurelaea at Clarksburg W Va May 30 All day exercises were held here In hon or of Memorial day This morning a program was observed in front of the court house under the auuplces of AiBter Post Grand Army of the Re- public The ladles of the grand army of Republic gave a flag drill by school children This after noon exercises were held at Ma sonic cemeterv followed oy a pro gram at Greenlawn ceroeterj EXEKCISES LAST TKEEE DATS Scattered on Ohio River. Parkersburg W Va May 30 Beautiful exercises were held here in co nmemoration of Memorial daj The parade this afternoon marched to the center of the Ohio river bridge where flowers were scattered on the waters in honor of the dead of the navy and marine corps The graves of soldiers were decorated in the morning At Fraternity hall exercises were held and an address was made by John Dana Service! on Rlter Brldce. Morgantown W Va Mav memorial service on the river bridge here today was conducted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, assisted by the American Legion The Grand Army of the Republic held its serv- ices in Oak Grove cemetery A pa- rade   of next week Many noted divines -will come from all sections of the country to attend the services among them being sev- eral bishops The exercises will be opened Wednesday morning at II o'clock In the chapel with addresses by BJshop William Cabell Brown of Virginia the Dr George G Bartlett dean of the Philadelphia Divinity school Philadelphia, the Rev Dr E 1. Good win of Richmond the Rev Dr Carl E Grammar of Philadelphia and the Rev Dr Berryman Green dean of the Episcopal Theological seminary of Virginia At 8 o clock in the eve- ning the Rev Pr Arthur S Lloyd bishop coadjutor ot New York and a former resident of Alexandria, will deliver an address before the- stu- dent s Missionary society The commencement exercises will be held Thursday beginning at 10 30 a m The address to the graduating class will b? delivered by the Rev M W Dewart ot Baltimore The alumni dinner will be> served at 2 o clock and the address to the alutnnl will be delivered bv Bishop Beverley Dandrldse Tucker of Norfolk Ordination ceremonies which will bring the exercises to a close be held Friday morning at 11 o'clock with a sermon by the Rev Karl M. Block of Roanoke Members of the graduating class are Hlcharfl H Baker, Norfolk Va John H A Bomberger Norristown Pa Robeit A Brajshaw West Vir- ginia Clj de Brow n Washington Horace M Brown, West Virgftiia Jo- seph Manlv Cobb, Washington Her- bert A Donovan, Philadelphia Ar- thur S Gibson, Philadelphia Regl nald Hal' Alexandria Arthur J Maokle, Rendova, Pa Roland J Mon- cure Albert W Rob- erts Pittsburgh Stamo s Spathey Richmond Albert C Tebeau Fayette ville N C Robert Tomllnson Hm- ton W Va and A Campbell Tucker, Ashland, Va oaaoil Today onBlders Tax mretinp of c council ill be held at 3 30 o dock thli af tcrnoon th" annual appropria non in t anniial tax or dinance will be presented fo- corftid eration Traffic Rales to be Announced. Traffic regulations to be enforced during Shrine week will become ef- fective Sunday morning according to an announcement by City Manager Rich The regulations will be an- nounced the last of this week Rite, for Mra. Katte M. Padgett. Funeral services for Mrs Katie M Padgett 31, years old, who died Tues- day will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the residence 220 North Pitt street Besides her husband, Edwin H Padgett Mrs Padgett la survived by three children Petersburg; Children Honor Dead Petersburg, Va May Memorial Day was more generally bserved In Petersburg today than it IBS for emeral years The banks, 'overnment? and municipal offices dtflud made bv of Petersburg Post Amerl an Legion to the pupils of the pub- ic schools who had gathered thou- of of flowers for dec- iratlngr the graves of those who made he supreme sacrifice in the world war and who axe burled in Blan erd cemetery Markers erected In memory of the men from Petersburg were decorated by the Boy Scouts Popples were sold on the streets by .he Woman s Auxiliary of the Ameri- can Legion the proceeds to be ap- plied to caring for the graves ot hose who lost their lives In France Exercises were held at the National Cemetery at Poplar Grove Dinwiddie county and also at the National cerae- :ery at Cltv Point, Prince George county, whej-e thousands of Federal soldiers are burled Services at V. of T. Cemetery- Charlottesville Va. May lic memorial exercises were held todaj in the University of Virginia cemetery and were largely attended h Dulte commander of John Bowie Strange camp Confederate Veterans presided The principal ad- dress "was by the Rev Robert S Woodson assistant pastor of the Presbyterian church of this city Crosses of honor were presented to eral descendants of veterans The parade to the cemetery was headed by the newly organized Municipal band other units in line being Chil- dren of the Confederacy John Bowie Strange camp Confederate eterans R T W Duke camp Sons of Con- federate Veterans, Albemarle chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy and visiting daughters American Legion of Honor, 'Boy Scouts and cltl zens generally Veterau Parade at LrntabnrB. Va, May day exercises here consisted of a parade this afternoon of confederate veterana world war veterans Daugh- ters and Sons of the Confederacy Boy Scouts and the local national guard At the confederate section in the inethodist cemetery the exercises were marked with an address "by Murrell Edmunds Lynchburg attorney Vtiaeaeater Honors Federal Dead. Winchester. Va. May cervices for more than soldiers who fell In battle in and around 'Winchester were held this afternoon over their graves In th National cemetery under auspices of Mulligan post Grand Army of the Republic, and the Ladles' National Memorial association The principal address was delivered bv the Rev Frederick I Mumford pastor ol Market Street Methodist Episcopal church- Salutes were flred by Com- pany I 106th Infantry, Virginia na- tional guard Sheriff Ketbken Speaker Keyser W Va May E Kethken sheriff of Mineral coun ty was the speaker at the memorial exercises at Queen s Point cemetery here today MollwaeE band led the procession which Included the Amer- ican Legion and organlza lions Mrs Harry Wells and Mrs Joseph Nowatskt 'were soloists Parade at ROT Rovrjesburg, W Va May 30 pa ade followed by decoration of sol- liers graves took here todav The American Legion band gave con- certs and the Community park waa open all day for basket dinners Mn.t File by Jane Candidates, to be ejlglble to enter the race for State senate In the Dem- ocratic primary to be held August 7 must file notice of their candidacy not later than June 7 each application being accompanied tw a fee of and declaration of candidacy must in each case be signed b> not less than 60 voters Applications must be filet with Charles Bendheim chairman the city Democratic committee or William P Woolls acting chairman both of Alexandria HA2TDLEY HIGH WIKS DRILL Fmlrpnont W Va May 30 Thi body of Brfti.ti Monarini 9 years old son of Joli i Monarini miner, from the West Fork rlier f, W. Owens nt FredeHclubnrc the bridge by a searehii st pirtv after dynamite had uac I to it to the surface bov 'I from his home Thu das The next day a fish Ing Hne helonglng to him was found on rix'tr hank It supposed brv -nas fishing from rocks on the river and slipped into the stream While) at Dinner Table. l to Toe WashtaSton PMt Va. May O Johnson dtad suddenly at noon seated at the dinner table in here The funeral he! l his morning service bains; i by tbe Rev Dr H. W Interment was made at An tfcch In uvanna county Mr John aon Mas born Fluvanna- ago He Is i ve by fcLa vv tua and a daughter Va May morial day exercises were held here todav at the National cemetery Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION Needs One More Victory Against Shenandoah to Capture Banner. Special to The Washington Post Winchester. May High school yesterday defeated Shen andoah Valley academy by three points in the annual competitive drill of two local Institutions for possession of the chamber of com- merce banner offered to the school winning three years in succession Handley on two sucesslve years and then was defeated by ShenaKdoah two years ago Handley won again last year and when judges announced their decision yesterday a crowd that packed the grandstand and race track of the fair grounds broke loose In a bedlam of shouts and cheers Shenandoah s battalion was com- manded by Capt Charles Smith and the Handlejltes by Capt Paul Hart man The judges vs ere Lieut Col W W W McCammon MaJ W S L Hartigan and Lieut T L. Gilney of the United Stales armj Handley it waa said won out on superior work in extended order especially when deployed as squads Oral Instead of signal commands counted against Shenandoah TODAY'S THE DAY! Begin today to guard >our health Post's Bran Flakpa with other parts of Wheat IB a natural means of obtaining regular daily bowel action Special processing makes Post's Bran Flakes 'nouir- Tltatlng'to the digestive tract It's a wholesome, nourishing food thai really tatteg good. Sold by all grocers NOW YOU'LL LIKE BRAN! 6 BELL-ANS Hot water Sure Relief ELL-ANS and HERE'S A WESTERN TRIP 36 Personally Conducted B e n v a r Colorado Bprlcct. BUt Lake O 11 r Park, LOB Saatt- Burbara San Fran ftco PoHlan-i Taroma Rainier tiona! Park trip on P fffi jo ltd to V to t n 4 Van Ola r Tf! mi BjintV lei tfta drtdian fl'H-Mc.. St Paul Chicago and We our prtt Pulbntn iton nt flrtt hataUr bast ilrht aatn Everything for Tour etunfort Iff HUT Park Tnnr Both Parties July Itth fer full (to'iiU of ths taun r offarsd for tho rhfestpgtke and Cblfl ILckat Qflea tith Ft TV oi E. R. ROCHESTER Republican Meeting; Postponed. A raeettnp of the Republican sena iorfal committee which Mas to seen held In the Rammel fix upon a time and place for a. convention to nominate a can- didate for the senate was post- poned because of the absence of one of the committee Another meeting will be callel In the near future Four Democratic candidates have an nounced their Intention of making the race i .41 J to Cloae Seaaon. The last meeting of the Parent Teachers' association for the presen ARLINGTON MOTORMAN EXONERATED IN DEATH Coroner's Jury Holds That Kill- ing of BaUston Student Was Accidental. AKLttGTOJT CO BUREAU OP THE Pd6T, Falls Chnrch, Va Fulls ChorcH J Lere, the motorman operating car of the Washington and Old W. L. Hopkins Is Named Adju- tant-in-Cbief and Chief of Staff. Richmond a Maj >f Richmond permanei t head iuarters of the Sons of Confederat Veterans and the naming of "Walter HopkJns of this cttv as adjutant n chief and chief of staff -were an .ounced today by W McDonald Lee omdcander in chief of the organlza ion Lee O Miller also of Richmond was appointed member of the exccu Ive committee to succeed Mr Hop kins Selection of a permanent head quarters for the Sons ot Confederate Veterans settled a question which has vexed the organization for sev- eral years Memphis, Atlanta and Vew Orleans in the South have been Mrong competitors for the location while Denver, Colo sought it on the ground that the adjutant-in chle' 3arl HInton was a resident there lommander-In-chief Lee acted today under a resolution adopted at the ast reunion at New Orleans and ap proved by the executive council of he confederation The new adjutant In-chief is an at- :orney here and cdminander of the State organization of Sons of Con- federate Veterans Mr Miller is sec- retary of the Richmond Builders Ex- change and a member of the city council Dominion railway which struck and killed George McCarthy, IS, living near Ballston and a student at Mc- Kinley Manual Training school, was exonerated tyr a jury In the courthouse Tuesday night It was sfcoVn that when McCar- thy stepped In front of the car it was too late to stop He stepped from behind another car, which he had Just left. The Jury was composed of Z O Klnes, Joe Bailey, E B Creson, Carl Raymond, E Steadman and H SWaln, the coroner A move" U being made by Sheriff A C Clements to drive all gypslem out of the county It Is said the colony which been camping in the lower end of Jefferson district has been creating disturbances ana" an- noying cltlzeris ef the section The first move of the "clean-up1 was made when Traffic Officer O W Welch broke up a camp near the Washington-Alexandria road Bear Bites Off Fart of Girl's Foot. Special to The Cumberland, Md May 30 Millie Corley, 9 years old, whose foot was half bitten off by a large cinnamon bear a pet of Somers Fisher, Hydnman Pa -as. a result of which lockjaw developed is expected to re- cover Dr James T Johnson, this city removed the dlseffsed tlesues an< administered a The bear had been raised from a cub and grew to large size although, always docile The child put foot against the of the cage whtn the bia grabbed it In his teeth and on despite her screams until a pleca meat was tossed to1 him Winchester Elks Celebrate. Special to The Wartiingtoa Post Winchester Va Mav 30 ter lodge No SS7 Benevolent and protective Order of Elks last night celebrated its twentieth anniversary with a banquet at which speeches made by Mayor J W Morrison of Harrlsonburg Va Andrew Bell deputy grand exalted rnler, R Gray Williams and MaJ Robert T Barton T Russell Gather acted as toastmas- ter Eight of the 33 charter mem- bers are living The present mem bershtp Is 290 VTBG-INIA OBKTTAET. Salem. May H years old, Confederate Whitwell. 77 veteran and adjutant of Hupp Deyerle camp ot Etoanoke county died today after an llness- of three days at his home near Salem He wag a native of Rock- brldga county He Is survived by his Wife, three sons a daughter and sev- enteen grandchildren The funeral will be held Friday at the Methodist Episcopal Church South Burial will be In East Hill cemetery Charlotteivllle. May 30 Alice R Harris, daughter of Mrs J Archer Harrli, died yesterday at ber home at near Fry's Spring funeral was bold today and Interment was made in Oakwood cemetery Miss Karris' waa a daughter of late J. Archer a former offi- cer In the British army, but for years a resident of Albemarle county Besides ber mother, she is survived by three brothers and four sisters Lynchburg, May 30 Martha J Alvis, 84 years old, widow of T J Alvis, died at her home here yester- day She was a member ot the Episco- pal church and lived here all ef her life Sha la survived by four children Winchester, May 3d J Dunlap, 75 years old, wagon manu- facturer of here, died yesterday at the hrome of his son, Darsey B Dunlap He leaves his wife two sons, two brothers and two sisters He was a native of Hampshire county, W Va. where funeral services will be held tomorrow Exquisite Summertime Apparel Constantly Arriving Here OUR concentrated efforts tu provide distinctive and comfortable apparel for the summer wardrobes of fastidious Women and Misses have resulted in an irresistible array of the loveliest and most unusual wearables. Winsome summer frocks, strikingly smart wraps and ex- quisitely original hats for Sports, Street and Dress Occasions charmingly express individuality of style and design. Knitted Sweaters, Skirts, Bathing Suits i Riding Habits THE SMITH BUILDING One of Washington's Handsomest Office Buildings Will Be Ready for Occupancy June Fifst Desirable Suites Available THE F. H. SMITH COMPANY 1416 Eye Street N.W. (Temporary Today's Offer to All Who Have Stomach Distress Try One Bottle of Dare's Mentha Pepsin for Indigestion and If Not Delighted With the Good Results, Peoples Drug Stores or Any Reliable Druggist Will Gladly Return the Purchase Price. Get a bottle ot this grand stomach medicine todoj with the distinct un- derstanding that your mcney will be, promptly returned if It does not stop the most acute stomach distress quicker than anj thing you ever used Your stomach may he so distended with gas that you thin y one _ Pepsin that dreadful feelins of suffo cation will vanish In a few minutes With the same speed it stops gas acidity, belching and heartburn It's a wonderful com- bination of Pepsin with other good stomach wonderful vlth gas that you think everv mimi s four heart will stop beating yet witn me dessertspoonful of Dare's Mentha that" in one small town In New Jersey last year over 6 000 bottles sold Naver mind what causes your indi- gestion or gastritis or dyspepsia or how long you have had it, or how many other remedies you have tried, this is the one medicine that will make your old disabled stomach so strong and healthy that you can dieest anything you eat without slightest distress And you know that whsn your stomach is In fine shape, nervousness, headaches and dizziness won't bothar you Every regular drugrist guar- antees one bottle of Dare's Mentha Pensln. People s Drug Stores sell dozens of ft m.trlrt Aatlonal BanlC Pkoar M n D I Mileage is the supreme test. It visualizes for the owner more clearly than any other basis can, the service value of a motor car. The Oakland Six is sold on a definite "MILE- AGE BASIS PLAN." Our success ra due to selling auto obiles that won't come back to cus- Having Company Without Bother j The joy of having company is in the doing away with the annoyance that it generally means. The Davenport Bed makes visits a pleasure for both hostess and guests. All day long the Davenport Bed serves as a beau- tiful living room furnishing, anti when nighttime comes, right in the same spot you can transform it into a comfortable bed. There's a good-looking display of Davenport Beds here at the Life Time Store. All are most reasonably priced, too. Why, there's an overstuffed style in tapestry, with good mattress, for and other styles for a? low as We'll gladly show you ail. LIFE TIME FURNITURE IS MORE THAN A NAME Seventh Street Mayer Co.   

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