The Washington Post from Washington, District of Columbia on July 31, 1919 · Page 2
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Washington, District of Columbia
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Thursday, July 31, 1919
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m 3ra3 tmmr h t mMmmsmm as 1 mssm Wl0m0 3SV3r a 12frsl C SKJ3t3J - mmmmimmmmm El - SrrK5 iTTXKi - 5 - os ffi5 - y M3g333mi mmmsmiMmmmgmmmmmmmfWMWmmmmmtmm v - e3ttBts siwiMrwtiWfsKm v vanw - ifsiss t sgiV s - - v u 1 4 1 Isi ft that all witnesses white and black would be searched for weapons States Attorney Maclay Hoyne assigned several assistants to the work of gathering evidence The prosecutor also called upon the police department to preserve the names of witnesses to the various riotous happenings Mr Hoyne also indicated home was success 1 1B 7 i ui ill veaLlKH - Llona ui auiuai uiouiuci I have heard he said that through the influence of politicians and aldermen some of the men arresting for rioting have been turned out as soon as they were taken to the police station I shall also investigate this office to sift the evidence to be produced at inquests Mr Brundagre rho took charge of the prosecutions following the East fit Louis dlota a few years ago declared punishment of the guilty here was certain A second attempt by rioting whites to burn a negro ful today when a two story frame house in Englewood far south of the main black belt uas burned to the ground None of the several families of negroes who lived in the building was injured All fled so quickly from the premises that the police were unable to question them concerning the incendiaries White Woman Shooth Negro A white woman shot a negro in the side on South W abash aenue this afternoon She escaped unidentified A crowd of 1 000 white men pursued a negro several blocks in Wabash I avenue near Congress street this aft - i ernoon He darted into a building t and was later rescued b - mounted I police Another negro who was chased i by a mob in the downtown district i escaped b climbing the eleaied road I structure A Silliman 40 ears old white was stabbed shot and beaten b - a crowd j of negroes eirl toda on the south side and probabl will die of his wounds He was chased bv a mob i and sought refuse in a house o cupied b negroes Few negroes went to work toda The most serioush affected district was the stock sards where onl half the working forces reported despite hea v police guards along the chief thoroughfares leading to tHe ards Railroads reported that there had been no notueable exodus of blacks from the cit Reports that the 75 000 Southern negroes who lame to Chicago to get the high war wages had begun to drift south again were Scouted b railroad men Orders to Police and Troops In anticipation of the cil for State troops col Anson 1 Bolte assistant to djt Gen Dickson issued a genera1 oider controlling both the polic and miita - m dtal ing w ah riie - 10 - eS Tne Mider s - ajs Captain of Police Mullen will t - u - chaige of the militaij situation All men d - c int ructed not to fro except b order of le commanding DRTUGUESE nnVRRNOR AIUriflAMIT ITMITMITJnT gTATFti iftmXt - ri PORTUGUESE OpVEIWOJlJffFSMILJN UW1ED STATES 3 - - n - RIFLE MATCHES BEGIN MONDAY Col M A Winters Leaves City Today to Direct at Caldwell Nn J Col M appointed inter who has the staff of Lieut William C Harllee U S M C ecutle officer for the national matches at Caldwell X J will leave ashlngton for the rifle range this mornine and establish his head quarters there The matches are chedud to begin Monda at which time thousands of expert riflemen from every section of the United States and its territorial possessions fill be in attendance AMeam of eoert shots representing the Phillipine Islands has arrived at the Caldwell range and began practice i at once ei the different courses I Arrangements hae been made for1 the establishment of first aid torn - fcrt and - ce stations during the I national matches Lieut L A Har - j rington I S V the officer in charge of thf naw l ifle range at tilenburnie ild last ear has been appointed postmaster tcr the navy rifle range at Caldw HI w hile the national matches hip n piogiess i W HIHSHSIIlslH 1 1 - illWililiilJfiWfflW rifle - T ba8ifeffllf - lWfcWCffiBf WiAfrx - I j r - - - - - - JMJJMJMJJJJJJJJJ1JJJJJJ - j - i bT fK Jfej JJt1 Aomiru MAHiJttPAuijdggSgi cWBHrs wife ma uhilpkbn - HGtcYSYAH Admiral Manuel Paulo de Sousa Gentil of the Portuguese navy recently appointed Governor of Timor Island has just arrived in New York with his family on bis way to Timor to take the reins of government VIEWS OF OFFICIALS VARY ON POLICE PAY OMIMhD FROM MRST PGE Blames Neucomeis for Riots Resolui ic - w re adopted Monda n ght b the coloied ministers alliance declaring t - at the recent race iiof were caused b war rkerl - officer Cipt Mullen wii instruct whd he j wants done The method of doing it after we receive the instructions depends on the judgment and discretion of the militar command I If tliere is a mob and th ciil au - thorues mstruit the militar - s lorces io dispt - ise it it is up to the miiarj fur es how the disptrs ng s dorir Emplo all peaceable means pos - I be to disperse the mob Pre on1 a the last rt - sort The baone and tl e butt are to be ued before firing is I commenced ind w 111 be lound much more effect i t Under the poice direction nu are entirel justified in taking extreme n tasures for the projection of 1 fe and propert Political Influence Charged i C oroner Hoffman totlay impanelled a jur and as deaths are reported the take preliminary steps In the mquir i members will iew the bodes and I Although no definite date has ben I sot for the taking of testimon the corner said the inquest would be in a court room under hea - y guaid audi 1 and othT lecent arrivals in the city In other cities where uniformed men of long police experience are in direct command of the police th counsel of other uniformed men of tu u nt on rrnrfl m fanr I ws - w4c a usually s n en of court mere for colored mn who weight and considpiation because were arretted while defending them - i the know the work that a man on eUas against attack patrol should perform and what would hamper him in that work mese men know as a matter of course that just because New York policement on beats where call boxe ma be found at eery corner are required to report to the station mirtv minutes is not BAND CONCERT TODAY B the Marne Band Walter F Smith secord leader at 7 30 p m Tho program March 863d Infantry Destabelle ObertuTe Uosaraunde Shuhert Selection S - neethoarts Herbert i Pascaclle Greg b Poro Rican nitwii a - and dan e la Bormqaena Atol Valtz Dream on the Ocean Gungl CbaractJistic morceau The Butter - flv Beidix Zice - ptB from Woodland Ludeis March Reg t de Sambre et Mouse Eauski The Star - Spangled Banner I house e er j an unanswerable argument in far of its application in eery city I Facts in Other Cities And these are the cities wnch likp New York hae a uniformed man of long police experience as the direct head of the police department and are the same cities which Commissioner Brownlow mentioned in his statement esterday in the comparison of sal aries paid to actual chiefs of police New York pays the uniformed head of its police a man of long service who worked his way up through the different grades of the department 7500 a year and he is probably worth it Chicago pays Ch ef Gar - ritj a regular copper 8 000 a ear New Orleans pays hr chief a pohce - j man So 000 a year and so on through I the list of cities One of the most interesting things I that could have been presented to Congress in connection with the bill I for increases in pay for members of the force would have been a short j personal history of some of the chiefs I of police of the big cities showing I how they worked their way up in CfTractical police work and how they set an example and stir ambition in the men under them to follow in their footsteps STEALS ICE UTENSILS Thief Takes Ice Hooks and Picks From Automobile Truck A thief with little knowledge of current events is the one who stole 5 ice hooks and 2 ice picks from an auto truck in the rear of Crus Eves establishment at 4515 Wisconsin avenue They aYe valued at 10 30 or would have that value if there were anything in Washington on which to fasten them Senate Elevator Strike Over Senate officials said yesterday the storm raised b appointment of a negro elevator man in the Senate office building had entirely blown over The negro was assigned to night duty ard the twenty white elevator men on day dut withdrew their threat to go on strike - M IU iDETROIT ELECTRIC The One Car for Every Member of the Family E Luxurious and Comfortable Convenient and Economical High Speed and Mileage See the New Models - g Phone North 5050 s STERRETT FLEMING Champlain Street at Kalorama Road in r Business Hours 830 a m to 6 p m Daily Store Closed Saturday During July and August PARKER - BRIDGET CO Mens 30 and 35 Shantung Silk Suits At 2375 FOR7 business or recreation these single or double breasted suits in plain or waistline models are such as well - turned - out men like to wear The silk comes from the disputed territory of Shantung and is developed into suits with high - reaching vents peaked lapels and sporting patch - pockets Business Hours 830 a m to 6 p m Daily ade - fo The Avenue at Ninth ffgNfor - - iti i I Store Closed Saturday During July and August PARKER - BRIDGET CO ft A Sale of Odds and Ends of 300 Boys Wash Suits At 105195265365 FOR a little boy from 2V2 to 10 years old to be dressed in anything but a cool wash suit on the scorching hot days is moist agony Our Semi - Annual Inventory brought to light some 300 wash suits in middy belted middy Oliver Twist and Peter Thompson style which we offer at these low prices because they are not all st7les in all sizes Theyre made of galetea madras drill kiddy cloth or rep in white colors or combinations 125 to 175 Grades 105 200 to 275 Grades 195 300 to 375 Grades 265 400 to 550 Grades 365 In Addition A Sale of Boys Separate Wash Trousers At Special Prices 3EMEFI7S f3ANK8hT Two discoveries have added greatly to human welfare In 1S35 Newton originated the vac hum process for condensing milk v it nne sugar to a senu - hquid form In 1883 Horlick at RacineVic d co ered how to reduce milk to a t L posder form with extract ox maltec grains - xithovt cane sugar This product HORLICK namec Malted Milk Name since ccpiec by others Its nutritive value digestibility and ease of prepaiation by iply stirring in water and the fact - tfcSit itrkeeps - n any ejjmate has provedof much value to mankind as air ideal food - drink from infancy to old age tah for CORL5CK3 rCJd m6aJon Including War Tax Pen - Mar Park In the Blue Eldye Mountains ODD FELLOWS 5 - State Reunion Thursday August 7 Specal train leaves Washington Unon Station 8 00 a m Returning leaves Pen Mar Park 7 15 See Fhers Consult Ticket agents Baltimore Ohio R R frz CL3i ir - K - exS k - W - r W - p - j KT - 4S5 e5 y - yjgaycgtJ - gaBg J T Business Hours 830 a m to 6 p m taily Store Closed Saturday During July and August - v 3 I I lJlrHUN6RYi - ipHCHlLDREN I K Jfk 35 and 50 cents H B tZSSH Peanut REa us - PAX 0FF JH j SOlOO ROUND TRIP II PARKER - BRIDGET CO A - Sale of Mens Light - Weight Suits 1875 and 2475 REDUCED FROM GRQUPS PRICED AS HIGH ASV45 - THE Why of this saving If we had A enough of these suits in each size and style to make up a complete assortment we would not reduce them to 1875 and 2475 They would be represented as Regular stock and priced at their actual value It is because our Semi - Annual Inventory disclosed the fact that we cannot furnish all sizes in all styles that they arp reduced They come in regulars stouts slims long stouts and shorts and certainly give men a chance to get a fine suit at considerable saving 25 and 30 Grades 1875 30 - 40 - 45 Grades 2475 First Floor While We Have Them Palm elpQi Cloth 4 and Tropical Worsted Suits 950 Values up to 3000 4 - Third Floor A Limited Number of Office Coats 315 of blue serge alpaca mohair or silk Values up to L000 Third Floor a - mdo The Avenue at Ninth The Avenue at Ninth I i i il Yy Spots l I j Disappear i f as if by magic under the I deft fingers of our expert cleaners 1 I What can we clean for you 8 I Autos will call on request f jj Q Branches with Phones Call i i O ihe one in YOUIl neighbor - t ij hood I f Hoffman Co j I Expert Cleaner and Dyers A j SPECIAL NOTICES Not on the Corner SPECIAL NOTICES Have It Done Right Get Casey Plumbing Heating atd Tlnnlne 3207 14th X W Col 1ST - 1331 J Washington July 21 1919 NOTIcr The Minimum Wage Board of tbe 4 District of Columbia will bold a public hear A - ins en UILM 20 1010 at 10 10 m n the ixurd room of the District Building at which ill personx in faror of or opposed to the X ie - oinmndation of the eonferfne on the j mercantile Industry - will I hesrd These T ieoinmeudations are a That the wze to T hi aid to anj woman with seven months T experience in th - mercantile industry shall be I not less than 16 50 a week b That the wage to be paid to learners in i - aid industry f xhall be pot lens than 12 0 a week for the I T flrnt three months nor less than 14 60 a week f for the next four months JBSSE C ADKINS i JOSlPH A BERBKRICH ETHLL M MITH Attest CLARA E MORTENSON jr24 31au714 f THb X July SPECIAL NOTICES SPECIAL NOTICES MMmJmmJJmJmJ TYSSOWSKI 1419 G ST N W Opposite Keiths Or MCE OF THE COMMIShlONEBa OF District of Colombia Washington 29 1910 Ordered That Section 19 the Building Regulations of the District Midsummer Sale Now On Generous reductions on high - grade furnishings for men 20 Off on All Add tbe followlpe fun - agrapli to paragraph 8a The fee for each inspection of a passenger elevator shall be tl 23 to be paid upon issuance of certificate by the Inspector of Buildings Add the following new paragraph to be known as paragraph 11a 11a Kee for inspection of hotel public balls moving - picture shows theaters and other places of amusement which are required by law to procure license annually for their operation from the Superintendent of Licenses and which require as a condition precedent to tbe isanance of such license a certificate from the Inspector of Buildings to tbe effect that such buHdtngs are In compliance with tbe building regulations and tbe fire escape law and regulation shall be 15 00 in each case Woolen Bath and Lounging Robes x J rttt i - A Columbia be and the same is hereby amended X 611K ana WOVen Madras ShlltS Silk PaiamAfl WXc anA as follows to take effect Angust 1 1919 7 Tir i - nii o kjiiia ws jim xajdinas QI1K and 7 rnf rrr a ii 4Ov0 UTT on ALU t t t Genuine Palm Beach Kool Kloth and Tow Linen Suits All Straw Panama and Outing Hats Make Your Selections Early t WrWrWtW4rtrirfrr1tMr f j THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of The Potomac Insurance Company of the District of Co - and for inspection of each building in which lumbia will be held at the office of the it i proposed to hold an entertainment for i Company Loan and Trust Bulldinsr - r tr - j - g X Scfhi V iurLzn 3asSSaS5K3K MW 7 - - a4Try - - agg5gQ THE SHADE SHOP B 733 12th St PHONE MAIN 484 Be Wise in Time Order Window Shades Now and save advance fin prices jf SSfeiSSiSrfMiilA isgmmggmsm which special license is required by law and which requires certificate from tbe Inspector of Buildings as above mentioned the fee shall be 100 tbe fee in each case to be paid at tbe time application is made for license to tbe said Superintendent of Licenses For tbe inspection of fire escapes and other fire protective equipment required by law to be erected upon or Installed in any building already erected and for certificate of com pi i ance with said law the fee shall be 10 00 to be paid upon issuance of said certificate LOUIS BEOWKLOW W OWTNN GARDI NEB CHA8LES W KUTZ Commissioners D C 31 MONDAY AUGUST 4TH 1919 at 1 oclock p m Books for the transfer of stock will be closed from July 27th to August 4th 1919 inclusive ALEX - ANDER K PHILLIPS Secretary au4 LET US PEVELOP and print your Alms if von want pest result nad prompt service Work delivered la 48 hours E B THOMPSON 74X 11th St N W4 KODAKS AND KODAK SUPPLIES - - rsmBf3me H - itarsf - at - rftBS - srSi P 5r5i S - - 1 S - 7 P All the New VICTOR and COLUMBIA RECORDS Came In smd Hear Tear Parorlts VAN WICKLE PIANO m 1217 F St

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