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IN ALBEMARLE HAS
Quincy Shaw 3d Sells to
Col. Ncwcomb, of
CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va., 8ept. 7.
?"Broadview." the $100,000 country
hom of Quincy Shaw 3rd. of Boston,
Masr., the polo star, located
about five miles south of Greenwood.
this county, has been sold to
Col. D. D. Newcomb. of Louisville, j
"Broadview" is one of the show J
places of Albemarle. It is a country
home of great beauty, tfnique
in its picturesque environment. The!
residence, a 20-room brick structure, J
i is on a high elevation near the foot
of the Blue Ridge Mountains, commanding
broad views of mountains,
valleys, woodlands and streams. The
lawn contains extended box and
privet hedges, and a prreat variety ol
shade trees and shrubbery.
The farm consists of about 340
acres, 75 of which contain excellent i
timber. The arable portion is in high
?tate of cultivation, now producing j
large crops of corn, wheat, alfalfa
and grass. The land is rolling,
but is easily tilled; is splendidly
fenced and abundantly watered.
"Broadview" adjoins the handsome
country home. "Alton Fark."
formerly owned by Albert B- Lam*,
nert. of St. I*ouis. but now the
1?rnperty of Rudolph Ortmau. of Chicago.
and is qute near "Mirador,"
home of the Langhorne*.
Quincy Shaw 3rd is a nephew of
Ttnbert Shaw, of Boston, first husband
of Nannie I^anghorne. now
I^tdy Astor. of London. He has just
returned from a trip abroad, where
1 he has been playinp polo this mmmer.
Sixty-five of his polo ponies
are now at "Broadview."
Colonel Newcomb. the purchaser
of the estate, was at one time counsel
for the Louisville and Nashville
Railway, andjhas been llvfrg- at the
Hot Springs for the past year. He
will make "Broadview" bis summer
ll'nles otherwise specified all tbc followiitx
applicant* arc from this city. I
Durward E. Bagger t. 21. of Baltimore.
Mil., ami Martha M. Trevillian. 23. of
Ri?-hm?>ml Va. The R?*v. J. II.
Walter J. Carter. 22. au<l Ella >1. Braiton.
Ift. of Salvia. Va. The Rev. J. I.
Canly E. Lee. 21. :ind Ruth E. n.irding.
21. both of Covington. Va. The Rev. P.
. W. Crosby.
Robert I". Cogswell. 31. and Helen B.
Wright. 23. of New Orleans. La. The Rev.
! T. Smyth.
William N. Bess. 21. ami Mary J. Hodge,
is. The Rev W. J. Howard.
Walter A. Powell. 2*1. of Greenwich. Ohio,
ami Rot?e I. Garner. 26. of La Tlata. Md.
The Rev. W. J. Tynan.
J??hu E. Small wood. Jr.. 30. and Elsie M.
Tir*?e. 3?>. The Rev. J. Dawson.
Max Gordon. 27. and Kannie M. Rose. 23.
t/f Richmond. Va. The Rev. M. A. Horwitz.
Fiank II. Iden. 39. and Alma D. Gciton.
3*. The Rev. H. D. Mitchell.
Angelo Quattrociocchi. 22. and F<?limena
stefanelll. IS. The Rev. N. M. DeCarls.
ETmar J. Payne. 21. and Dorr.tby N.
Clear. 1*. The R-v. H. I. Stewart.
Ulyaae* Smith. 27. ami Lavinia Clinkins,
19. Jii'lg^ It E. Mattlngly.
t Walton V. Wriaht. 37. of RocIm n^jt,
v T . ami Mary S. Childress. 3?. of Rlehi.
oad. Va. Tb~ Rev. J. C. Ball.
George F. Staling, 2.". ami Mabel Brown,
27. The Rev. F. X. Henkel.
Ge*w?e M. Dunn.- 22. and Mary L. Callla.
22. Th* ?rv. G. A. Miller.
iM*?rt ShullcnTtirger, 23, of Marionville.
Af??. sisd EUie Steiameu. 18. The Rev.
ihivtf S. Bl? ck. !W. and Kena Sanger. 29.
TLe R?*v. - A. Sbnon.
Whit,. ' '
Wm L. and Teresa T. Kiker, boy.
i Robert and Bertha F. Wynn. gtrl.
I Eugene and Margaret Barnes, boy.
I ("has W. and Catherine Dpnaldson. boy.
k \j*ror Y. and Freida M. Kennedy, boy.
I Daniel C. and Annie L. Triplett. boy. |
m Paul and Martha A. Bever. boy.
I Clayton B. and Edna M. Donaldson, boy. '
B James T. and Harriett Rake. boy.
Bjchn A. and Caroline Xanton. boy.
H Avavis and Vaitoohi 'Hovnanian. boy.
Austin E. and Hilda Guinn. boy.
Gorman L. and Blanche S. Penn. girl.
Joseph F. and Alina E. Rosner, girl.
homa^ and Eva II. Warren, boy.
^^Lawson and Robinette Alexander, boy.
and Annie Matthew*. bo^v.
| Laulie C. Jordan. 73 years. 1760 Euclid st.
Carrie L. Londeree. 23 years. 365G Ga.
Rebecca Fox. 71 years. 1001 K at. nw.
Ella Bryant. 30 year*. Freedmen's Hospt.
Nannie Patterson, 46 years. Freedman's
Raymond Thornton. 16 years. Freedman's
Henry Henson. 75 yeara, 1048 Bladensburg
Prices realised on Swift 4* Co. sales of
areas* beef in Wa?bi?gton for week end
ing Saturday. August 27. 1921. on shipments
sold out range from 8 cents to 18 ceata per
pound and averaged 18.32 cents per pound.?
SAFETY OF PRINCIPAL?
OF PRINCIPAL AND
ve assured to investors
% the First Mortgages
sold by this house.
Our present 8% First
Mortgages offer th* highest
degree of Safety and
Satisfaction to conver^ative
Call or Write far Details
The F.N. SMITH CO.
815 Fifteenth Street
-<S Vr.ri' Prove. Safety"
mwgo war long planned,
witness tells rotarians.
Francis R. Weller Criticises Federal Government
for Not Taking Earlier Action. 1
first-hand narrative of the re- Ull the rsal facts. and crltlcleed the
<-.nt disturbance* in the Mingo re- Federal government for not taking
irion of West Virginia was given action-before it did. He eaid that
v Francis tt Wviler, civil engineer, the melee had been planned for five
before members of the Rotary Club or six months , before it actually
. .heir weekly luncheon in the took place, and that radicals from
h.ilroom of the New Wlllard yes- all parts of the coUntry were alreedav
afternoon. lowerf to mobilise for the fray.
lie declared that the press re- Frank HI Shipe, chairman of the?f
the disturbances did not birthday 'committee, had charge of
P""* the meeting. Roland Robbins.
chairman of the program commltH||
f |Atl AD T1UA tee. had as bla'guest Horacc Goldin.
Kll I lllll IIK I Illf * lhe ?'? who was Introduced as
UlLLIvil vH * fI w y,1(, mEp w,ho Sp,,.|a||lea in cut.ting
... a nifir PTATVO beautiful women In half. He enterI
\] A1IMV \||H K\ talned the Rotarlans with number
|[| rtlYlTll J1 VVliU of baffling tricks, and was roundly
applauded when he deftly took a
??? fresh egg out of E. H.% Johaftsen's
Secretary of War Makes This n,?^n#y Boy? Evan? and Oeorge
Estimate in Announcing Z?Z7r^n 5.
Week S Sales. ported that Walter Weaver wm convalescingr.
and expected to be back
at his desk in the near future. '
"A billion ??r two" dollars' wortn
to be ^old. according to Secretary Girls Who Fled School
of war week. \sk Court for Freedom
Weeks made this estimate or tne
total amount of Final action on the habeas corpus
plies yesterday, in announcing that
$1,599,000 worth of Roods was sold proceedings of Grace pner. 2? years
during the past week. bid. and Ruth ClarksOii. 19 years old.
Vast stocks which the army has who escaped from the National Trainin
warehouses are yet to be declared Ing Schoolf or Girls on Auglijft 31.
surplus. Weeks explained. went over yesterday by order of JusOne
of the big problems, he said, tice Hoelillng in Circuit Court until
is the disposition of ammunition. October 4. Leo A. R. Rover, counsome
$600,000,000 worth of which is ?el for the fcirls contended that the
; stored in various parts of the coun- code of the tdstrict and the statute
try. Three thousand carloads. Weeks | of 187? conflicted. A girl Is of age
'said, are In temporary buildings, j according to the code, when she is
The percentage of recovery through 18. Rover declared, but the statute
the sale of ammunition will be small, of 1ST6 makes her of age when she
he indicated. '?
Another large amount of surplus Habeas corpud proceedings Involvproperty
Is motor transport equip-1 inn C. Vf Van Duzer. former Repment.
Weeks said. More than $900,- resentative from Nevada, were con000
worth of this was sold last week tinued until September !1. The for
The sale of surpluses lit the pres- iter legislator is wanted by the Balent
time is proceding slowly. More timore. Md? authorities on a charge
activity is expected as the War De- of false pretenses in connection with
| partnaent surveys its requirements. the sale of oil stock.
Mr. Edsel B. Ford, President of the
. . announcement; / . - ,
"We are making another reduction in th
tive today. The new prices/average $70.00 ui
Ford cars and trucks have ever been sold. Lii
Touring Car 355
"This is the third price-cut during the pa
I price of the Ford touring car was reduced fr
to $355, making total reductions in this typ
donate reductions have been made in all other
was $975; today it lists at $660 with the sam
"We are taking advantage of every kno
in order that we may give them to the public
we feel that we are doing the one big thing t
times. People are interested in prices, and ai
"The production of Ford cars and trucks
with the total reaching 117,6%. This is the f
has gone over the hundred thousand mark, th
has gone a long way in making possible th
output of 117,247 was the previous record mi
"One noteworthy feature of our sales i
cars for salesmen. This class of commercial
sixty days and we interpret it as a very goo
"No reduction has been made in the pric
Go over these new prices! See ho
Ford car or a Ford truck. Can you rea
Let us tell you more about it, an
the particular type of car in which you
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R. L. Taylor Company,
1849 14th St. N.W.
Universal Auto Company (Inc.),
1529-31 M St N.W:
Donohoe Motor Company,
215 Pennsyhrania Ave. S.E.
Steiart's Garage, 1'
These Dealers Can Sell Ford Cars, Tractors,
N Immediate Delivery on AI
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CRISIS IN BAVARIA
TO HAMPER WIRTH
Groups Take Advantage
Of Controversy With
' ' . ' *-' (Special
Oablo to Tbo Washington XeraM.)
MUNICH. Bavaria, Sept. 7.?Bavaria's
secersion from the German
realm, which has developed with
great rapidity out of nebulous talk
into a grave possibility, will be the
signal for similar movements in
other parts of the republic.
This Is the hope and the plan
of elements that seek to take ad*
vantage of the present conflict between
the north and the south. An
open rupture between Munich and
Berlin, should it not extend to secession,
Is to be used as the pretext
for East Prussia. Pommerania and
possibly Hanover and Upper Silesia
to fall away from tiie republic.
Flock to Munich.
Leaders of the nationalistic party
and society groups throughout the
country are streaming to Munich.
Extremists are seeking to encourage
Oavarlans to hold their ground.
They declare that the "radical Socialists
of Berlin" will be isolated.
that the Wlrth cabinet will fall and
that the nation tjrill thus be re-welded
into a confederation with state
Field Marshsl Ludendorf is being
beseiged by Prussians to lead a
new political movement against Berlin.
It is said that he. realizing
that Germany is not ripe for a monarchy.
has resisted all pressure,
merely urging the nationalistic element
all over the country to unite
and avoid civil war.
Situation Very Grave.
Berlin's latest attempt to suppress
Bavarian newspapers has
served to add more fuel to the
Ford Motor Company, makes
e prices of Ford cars and the Fo
nder former prices, and are the I
st prices, F. 0. B. Detroit are n
te Old Price Re
st twelve months. On Septembei
om $575 to $440; June 7th to i
e of $220, or 38 per cent. Th<
types. One year ago the price of
wn economy in the manufacture
at the lowest possible price, and
hat will help this country into ir
re buying when prices are right.
for August again broke all previc
ourth consecutive month in wh
e total for the four months being
e present reductions. June this
s the increased demand for F<
business has been gradually inci
d sign of improvement in genera
e of the Fordson tractor, an<
vv little it costs to becom<
lly afford to do without c
d advise you reegarding
? ??????? ^
igton Ford Deale
Hill ft TibbitU,
14th St. aad 0hi? Ave
Parkway Motor Cow
Robey Motor Com
1429 L St. &W.
(1-151 12th StvN.E.
Parts, Etc., Anywhere io the Uai
gp6 .' ^7!
Modeb, Truck, and Tractors.
Yellow jacket Now,
Not Peaceful Ply
HTATT8V1IXE. Md.. Sept. 1.-*The
slogan "iwtt the fly" Raa *lven
way to "awat the yellowjacket" In
Hyattarliu: Not In y?ara hav? yellow
Jacket! been ao numeroua here,
Peraona atandlnc at Johnaon and
Maryland avenues In tha heart of
the bualne** aectlon tonight, where
yelfowjacketa are aald to ha unusually
active, had to croaa tha atreet
In order to continue their converaatlona.
WAR IN. CHICAGO
CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.
strikei out an agreement between
the unions and certain contractors
on the kind of materials that may
b used in buildings; it allows any
material, union or nonunion to be
used; it prevents strikes, lockouts,
and jurisdictional fights by the
agreement to settle disputes by arbitration,
subject to appeal to the
National Board of Jurisdictional
Awards, and, in case of scarcity of
union men nonunion* men may be
During the labor war hsre more
than 300 union leaders* business
agents, contractors and builders,
and many others connected with
construction have been indicted by
Federal grand juries on charges
of boycott, conspiracy and monopol
"I wish the American Bar Association
could have seen the demonstration
here," said William McKlnley,
assistant manager and
counsel for the association builders.
"They might have changed
their minds. Men can work now.
banks can lend money for building,
apartment houses can be built and
rd truck, effecowest
ow as follows:
r 22. 1920, the
$415, and now
e same proporthe
of our products
! by doing that,
>us high records
ich our output
year, with an
>rd trucks and
easing the past
d none is con:
the owner of a
>ne any longer ?
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13th aad F IMC F , 1715 Pa. Art. 14* aa4 F
154 iM G 13th aad Pa. Aw. Hi F 4117A St
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?rfffr,a ^a/uc Selected Almonds
\A/hish Hrooms ,v T*k? m|?,w Aimonaa. th? b*.t .unr u<
rr #ftftw#% "tw the only way the price can b? varied la to
Alnrreaae Ui? coating of tbe sugar on the alroonda.
We particularly apeclfy that not more
than three pounds of sugar be used to every 4
pound of almonds. That it why Liggett's are
different. Regularly 4tc. during QQa
September, pound Ovip *
| ?f CARAMELS
Ton can buy them at double thla price?
n ... and very likely they will not be a bit euMade
of sturdy flexible green broom. parlor. certainly not in quality of materials
| Reduced from 4?c during September OQa
A magnet for dirt Brushes clean. to, pound "'v
Pliable, picks off ciirt without injury to
Well made, well wired, well finished, to /jpn/lll'l/'O A
give lasting service. A/C'WU I M.C ,
Tkia it tka tpacial aekaol ft is*, which formerly
f \ m14 at tic. 6im froo vitk on* of our tpecisl
^ f\ Tooth ^ruoho* tkt is ltftolf a borfftic at Ik.
a full school'
Hfl SIZE TUBE
n *l_ OF KLENZO
IxlRCT S dental cream
m Former Price 7fir
Violet Cerate If SHTfB
/ii B| 17 GUARANTEED
A wonderfully sooth- TOOTH BRUSH
ing 1 ouet L ream tor %J
smoothing the skin and Both Tooth Brash aad Tooth or
eradicating wrinkles. i Paste vvC
Regularly 50c; during
39c CUT PRICES
Oft Some of tbe Most Popular
100 5-jrain T.I.WU Ho.*, uj M W,.
1 alae D ? UU rm* ?7r
a a a /.> T m . ' ? alae Pempetaa Maaaaae Irrmm ...J ?7e
Aspirin (U.D.Co.) ??SK^~=:S
lie else Phyulclaae* aad fforgeofti' soap. 2 for 15c
This is the economical way to buy them. Catlcara Soap 18r
You pay for the added cost of packing when alae Java Rice Pe*^er S3r
! you buy them a doten at a time. Bottle contain- Kolyaa* Tooth Paste llr
ing 100 fixe Brain pure Aspirin Tablets. Our 15e alae Lax Flake* ie<
usual price 6*c. reduced during dQ/4 ?Oc alae Meaaea** SOavlag Creaaa ?r
September to U/y 35c alae Maaa lie
10c alee Pal ua olive Soap. 8e eake. IS rakra Apr
BOe alae Pepaodeat Tooth Paste 30e
2fu> ale# BM|M| !>? 1 HeQ
1 f7 I 20c alee Woodkary'a Facial Soap, 3 for 5?e
ronrPY rahnr 1 ? * powder ?<
I l/lllVfti I Ml/f aV? 2-oa. else (olf'a l.*Ortgau Kitran I&.M
25c alae Meaaea'a Borated Talcun Powler . 10c
m 25c ?Ibc Mfssea'a Violet Talr?o Powder . lOr
stationery ^_"Uf J#kBr **
rwi\ i?, Thermos Bottles
I ? ty&X I At Recently Reduced Prices
I / \ / I 1 to I I Ma. 11 Plat Bottlea, were 02-25 Xow ?l 0*
fT?f f H I I N'a. 11CU Quart Bottlea. were 05.25 . . Wow 03.10
II I l JH I I Ka 14. Plat Bottlea. were 03.75. Now 02.75
H HI I 1 tTP / I No. 14Q, Qaart Bottlea, were 05.75. ... New 04.00
H Xa 15. Plat Bottle*, were 04-5* New 02.HO
| Dl I Ko. 10Q. Quart Bottlea. were 00.75 Now 04.10
^ r| Xo. O. Plat Bottle* were 05.00 Sow 03.10
I Xo. 0Q-. Quart Bottle*, were 07^5 Now 04.40
Plat Bottle Flllera, were IXJfl Now 01.M
Quart Bottle Flllera, were 03.75Now 02.00
48 Sk~u y|Q
48 Envelopes HWC I Week Ead Food Specials
4ie Ce*e* <1 pnall 2 f?r 4?e
4ic Tea IH M?'l * tnr Mir
LIACDIT A I 35c Cocoa (H pouaOl 1 for Mr
rtUOl 1 1 AL I Sfte Maj ouaaalse Ure**l*K 2 for SOe
absorbent cotton ? cake Oaealate (H peaadl 2 l.r air
30c Beef Cakra ? for 31 c
v Prepared, bleached, made perfectly absorbent 35<" Peaaut Batter <10 oa. Jara). .2 for 30c
and packed in a sanitary wrapper under our 35c Vaallla Extract 2 for 30c
direct supervision. Fitie enough to be used QQajl . I
for any purpose, pound tKF^ j
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