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p <*am?> : ill hereafter be
rf" _?i?own a* " ? m*>
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.n W. Sumiv.ers, < >
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while ;ui a<lii.<>nul j arty arrived in
the af: rr n.
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IN D. C.
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LOS ANGELES Mi
Stars Hug and Kiss
I MS AXOELU3. Sept. HO.?-The
_V ki j n.-?- n ?<n \V*?9t Adams
Mrrct v/ith lights tonight
. A :i:tr Huk: . Ine ilrawa ill).
a. ..i s f \ !tv. a ftnd women rua.
? ! v. it hpai >. ul. . to the cntruw?..
.'..tty" h.-< eume home. brinKingr^
a. I.r it*: his conn !n triumph iroi?*t
S-?n Franci.^o >. v Iiere they tried * to j
hsng hi-n on n chsrfa <*f mvMer in
. .. t ,k.ith i I' \'ir- j
' Hhm?? . actf?ss.
TlH n ?th?*ac-l
i ar n:?y?n ; their respects t>.
j .! . v. Hk> < t.;e "out of a trap." ;
, 1 i * h: wife. Minia Durtee Ar-j
. ^ k.l?. who re turned to her na- i
t: '.'c t<>\\n after live-years.
\ (<i:ttfrtnx I'rowJ.
t i a ' 1 t;; ass mlifa^e . In
n . i .. happy ornwd. It'
! M warmlpe with
n 1 , vi p\*bin
iplays gi&d snappy
room a'?fi w.. <
o ; t ' i ? eycrybd^b
( . mil's dl hrrc.
F \ 1 ; nurh. shakesi
v\v v *-r . * or 'TVt.it is very
I (i yr.;?. l m s.re.'' r?>l 1 ^ hrow:i|
v ar an<l iaw:hs in th?
> ? : w ' n bc'uro they!
tiles fr :n hll ilizzy
f . I:\vji.-7 a a riuzed ^-ay
: i If to the b< li.'its. a lit- :
t!. u rt t n of ? : : ability, a littl
r- --; -S ' rn fir-, ? pprn
" n FiMJiirvftir dittc
. . . . ..A . J liiik J
Detcetfio; Raid Cigar Store/
Ore V \rrcstcd on
E Street. i
r- :i . rro In the no1
for !> ?t|vn.nU?*r* in th?%
?'!. ' trfis > 't*?rday alt* rn<
in j' M ti tho ciuar st"r<? at
7 ' : i ccnth "T? t northwo't.
? ?t? ! by Ha" is- n .1??hn?*on. "f>
!# ' te- *i' ?:> Ti.hn n
( ' l ^ l> .'v in'
A number <f raolr.rr tormsj
: "i ? h!ip n*er < Johnson *
v. tnk- n t9 thf First Precinct ;
~r. ml r ?t?i ! ]?ct n! ht on
? *' < teetiv- !' \v'< r ami
A'< >!* Comn i.-sf< nor >0''ster'?
"fyin;- 5* *2: >n." ? onducif ! tlic
ra i '1.
?" . II ".vv T;4 ' rj'"5 5? yenrs
t M. of 1231 El ?:;i ".'.-t norther
*. > rr- ' 1 in front of r:>"inrr
n nit b .-.r?is on 11 *fr<">#?t, ne:<r
nth ?tr? t northwest, bjr
T tlr< T owerjr r-n<! Wilson, of
tfte First ! . f. Deti Ihr?? ro
v " T: mw was makjn* bets aik!
' * -v ' 1 m vcv v found tn
J i . V . ?tb?
r n 1 r*-!- i -1
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r; R \DE IS NOTED
; |-?y.t- : y V'-Ti- -d ' ;
. i !. ? the part
/ I ' ?? harvest <1. Til 10 !
i i of u i over from l ist i
' v t?i t!.? ir
t.. (f goM.
vrhlrh rr?!!ll in inrrfafinl
I v .y . 'or
* .nc : i infl'".riu < s,
. : : :k Ifiv advance in
t : i. ; h h:?v l,eon the
r;M ! r ib!.- extent
' * n * .S.yty d:i\s a pro
i . . . ,i livi-Iy interest
. ; r v?ned i?iirrhas- 1
I . . : 1! .n r
m: 'i they i . bovM a'
. , i s . i I ;!: t y <?i *
cb ha\I c >roe flsed t'or i |
n ? V."it!:!n the -
5 1 i ar.- the
. i t ir inquirit? are
:l : of our foreign
l^ipha! i? d I n tlM I ks
Com < ibles. Willi*
* . -' -. I r mala so- 1
f r imp rii ;i from tk? '
States. RI slight trains I
t ' tbe J :i I let. s
.f th?% mc! "i! -uni;?tion of - i
*. -for ! iaas, <;: to fevonble trade j)
lart amount of gcn?>rtil
acci;:nulut' '1 in Various '<
rnh iu ?'ither from abandon
iiirnwQ u |n its cnl irety ,
Is now ' : j o\>b bed gndu> j
i : uraln r public. j
- noted *' i rinf Sop- |
: = , r i mises I permanent in (
ms ! o indicate a . t
o ti'ls j ?. 'iinption of inter- j
U p.".rt of ; outh \mericanj
1 t: "S in replacement!
' <-}<. - j'c
js- : i! a disturbing '
: in : localities alt hough ' 1
i sing no se:*i- 1
v. to redes i *
r>urir .r .!>is ri ! of diminished i (
. . tal . ' irkMi man- j
fi'ot:- ami esp- rtora could s
lift:?-5 van;Ma. u?e of their time by
. t < : r ?-xp- rt or.':an- ! t
xa: k? < ^inr: ?lfer.t<s posted ff- \
nc". developments or goods, j ?
md in . n -ral p. parin.T t> handle 1
the b<?sin? ?*.-< whioh they ' <
. y t,: <:>.;> -I iis conditions | J,-rice
nv :e : : ii norma!. | 1
>!ny Cot I'ertillzer < \>st.
Am AtlfUl reports ---renter stocKfej ,
' -:por*-:hT<5 oairimodltie^. such as j I
vheat, wool, eom and hide?, than j
ivc ro nri hand last year.
( \ f vr.'ts much --rood to come;
t^o nitrate P'-'i. a represents, j,
<y - f which Ss en route to the |"i
*r, i-f ri "t'tes. This njay mean that] 1
*i'sr.or f - farm purposes may he! !
v ,:,r?le for the far;ner. at j S
nt Ivor cost*. and at the j I
. . t o our export trade! (
tvffh the Southern nation, which j J
? - - ? -tter business in the man-1 f
.? jrtrrir. r lines here. i ?
e "Brazilian market for ehemi-j1
:r.? . 'iron a:id ste-. l and electrical I
i* showing Improvement, aftd ! 1
ha who!.; Brazilian situation Is!*
. = 1?< f 1 by a larger demand for ex.! 1
Mo: ican oil exports have been re-!
irmed. .f-llwwinfr the visit to that j
ountry of representatives of Amir-! *
enn intere--t.-s. An increasing Inter- 5
'st in Mexico in the construction of f
6ads is evidenced. !
* *' i
4 ' '
- i 11 i iitiikaii
Returning "Hero" at
-i&toOcrats Call In
worried, perhaps as to whether his
friend* will help him. terribly happy
to he on the up-path apain, and terribly
sad that he had left it.
linn HI* Minta Back.
And there, never far from him, Is
the wife who left him In the days
cf his success and rushed back to
when he had'heen hurt, a wife
who seems to treat him more like a
dear spoiled child than a husband.
Wherever you *ee Fatty, you can
lind Minta. and somewhere in the
background you are sure to see
Minta's mother, who seems to love
Arbuckle like a son.- ,
it is a merry party and there Is
no liquor. There is nothing to sugjsi
th< party In the St. Francis
Hotel. September 5. the party that
took the life of Miss Rappe, and the
landing of Koscoe Arbuckle.
The guests come, shake hands.
say nice things, sit awhile and go,
ring the question that Arbuokle
and Arbuckle's attorneys
hnve boon asking themselves day
Will Hollywood take
More IhiKKinK nnd KImIiik.
Hollywood met him today. Hollyv.
.1 and Los Angeles. They met
like a beloved son coming home
. in the wars, took him to
ti r 1. >"ins, hugged him and kissed
him. It was a great moment for the
m vj.? down, the moment he stepped
. f?* the train. All the morning he
n wondering, worrying, ponthe
manner of his reception.
A brakeman irot exeit*?d an*
waved to him as the train crawled
into the yard's . Another and another
t of him and waved
C s of "Hello, Fatty, welcome old
boy", and "We're for you, Fatty."
< Crowds <?f people
v, t breathlessly. A wrinnintf por:
m the step for Fatty's foot
cheers and shouts
it clapping of haffds.
Hats and aims go into the air.
T!- r is a rush to meet him.
Fesrv.Jnr arms k<? around his neck.
Ferninitu- lips meet his lips with
Sattlie Talma due and
th<- whole milky way of stars.
"I'll]" Montana, Buster Keatoa. i
Hank Mann ant! half a doxcn others I
who cut thc-ir pictures printed for |
n??thir.;. fi.ht for the pleasure of!
<> ;t t.rough the underground
vrs> t t tin- street, a creator
cr i a greater demonstration.
A v. -man stands on a suit case
and i' tterl'y denounces him. Crowttl
t ho<'I. won't listen t?? h?.-r |
can see Katty. The
u * n continues her harangue.
tmberfl into a salad-green
? .r and whirls over the boulevards,
%. DlfTcn-nt Srenr.
at i n is deserted. The rain i
tl ' - . Iml'.i threatening all morn*
'? i; mikes go<.d its threat . The j
I.; takes on a Weak and dismal i
'"!! minds mo." say? a red cap.
" th nijrht that poor girl's body i
i.\?iVrtfinla Kappe. Just a
'i 1 1??'X with a eoflin in it, and ,
.1 i ;-;rl. They tell me she wa?
I>rnnk t< ? much :rln or!
Nobody's fault, I guess,I
i l a i. d. eh? Just a plain j
r-. . with a dead tr'rl In it. And
a i] oping undertakers j
earse. That's all. Some |
(!:!! rcnro today, eli?"
TO OPEN BUREAU
TO HELP JOBLESS
( t ed from Page Onr.
7\ ;li?n Army reports that the
unemploy? d applying for
* has not increa.Mod to any j
i < m e>.!-*-pt in rases where there,
i..1 - ! ? < n l.ir^e reductions in the
i: ^ rnm< nt forces. The bureau of :
er ]p!?y?n t;t the Salvation Army
1.:m sm-et-fded in placing: many of
i _:i !11 i- s? 1 l rom th?? lrnvt-pn. I
i r t in ,oth? r positions.
i.Miatural increase in the J
of unemployed in Wash-1
ir. -m is xplained by the influx
>>f !i?rrn?r service men, who, with-;
H-. Mtficifiit funds, have conic to j
11: > t > pri-ss claims now pendi.
_ in the War Itisk Rureau. At i
.-iid oi" several days these men'
1? ' ornitu; destitute have appealed
to t;u- Salvation Army for assistan<
Applicant!! Dodge AVork.
Mafty <>f tlv applicants for posi-'
ii i:s ;?< ordintf t?> the officers of
l? Sal va lion Army are not dis!
s. d to work. They accept food
Md <.:iu r assistance until a posili<
ti has be 11 secured for them.
Y! i leave supposedly to report
for duty and later the employer!
!ld t . n r> t i f v l)n> omnlnvniAnt hu. I
iv.-Mi that the applicant has not ap-!
The committee. on unemployment |
in its report to the unemployment | ,
i mphasized the lark of
i<i> luatc opportunity to obtain | >
ts concerning unemployment.
of the committee were
:imildly in favor of the establish;
nt of a national employment hurt
i 11 ;?t will operate in all the ,
argre industrial centers for the I,
>brpose of gathering; statistics con- |j
I yment situation'"
throughout the United States.
I'avotk State Agency.
Dr. John I'rice Jackson, formerly!'
lof i>[ the 1 >opartin?nt of Labor
.ml Industry for the State of Pcnn- j
jjlvania, has advocated the estab- '
i<hment of a free State employ- i
n. nt agency. He ?ited tlie splen- *
lid v.urk accomplished by the '
Iinstoivn public employment office '
in \d?-pr? fsion has sot in. 1
y progftn expected o
ho adopted by the Committee pro"i'l?
s that steps will be taken with
view to preventing? unemploy:
nt. Several weeks will >be reluired
in the drafting of a pro-I
" 'im of this kind and some of the (
icarings are expected to be conlucted
iu other cities.
Wife Ordered to Court
On Husband's Complaint
Mrs. Clara'C. Reed, wife of Danol
M. Heed, was ordered yesterday
?v Justico Stafford to appear in
Equity Court on October 7 ind
iliow cause why a receiver for the
remises at 120 U street northwest,
?wned jointly by the couple, should
lot bo appointed and also why she
houhl not be compelled to render
in accounting- for nvtfiey received
ts rent from the premises.
Through Attorney T. Morris
IVamjiler, the husband complained
bat his wife had been collecting
he rent from their property and
md not shared it with hiru.
Prices realized on Swift & Co. fates of
'nrr.-.s* heff in Washington for week endng
Saturday, September 24, 1021, on shipnents
sold out ranjre from 9 cent* to 19
cuts per pound and averaged 13.88 centa per
That Keep Up Cost of
Continued frtm Pop* Qua.
cleaning up aa la po?albl?, with th*
coniequtnt transfer of many em
ployos to other than their rtfiiltr
work. , ?
(d) Reduction of the qumber of
hours of labor per day.
(e) The reduetlon of the wbrk
week to a lower number of daye
during the present period of industrial
(f) That employes and employer*
co-operate In puttlnc these recommendations
(K) Specific methods for solution
of our economlo problems will be
efMctlve only In ao far as they are
applied in a spirit of patriotic patienco
on the part of all our people.
a war iiumc ndlinmR V. ipNIVIB.
It was on the construction Industry.
however, that the confer- 1
ence centered Its greatest attention.
Administration officials have been '
very anxious to get the building
trades situation straightened out in
preparat'on for a big home-building
campaign. With a shortage of
"more than a million homes" and
all kinds of building "behind na- j
tional necessity." the conference reported
"more than 2.000,000 people
could be employed if construction
The conditions in the construction
industry, which are regarded as one
of the main factors in business depression.
do not exist everywhere, y
the conference found.
Community Action Needed.
"Where conditions have been c
riehtPil fC\n a* r lift Inn akmiM '
coed. "But there is still a need of
community action in provision of
capital on terms that will encourage
home building- Where the costs are
still above the other economic levels
of the community there should be
searching Inquiry and action in the
Volunteer committees have been
working for months in preparation
of measures for making home building
simpler and less expensive. It
is likely that, following the first
steps taken by the mayors and governors
in line with the conference
suggestions on the subject, the
board plans now being developed
for a home-building campaign will
Prosecutor Denies Need of
Intervention by Grocers'
The persistent efforts of the National
Wholesale Grocers Association
and the Southern Wholesale
Grocers Association to intervene In
the case of the United States versus 0
Swift & Company and others, with c
special reference to the carrying
rut of .the consent decree whereby t
Swift & Company and the other four ?
large packers agreed to dispose of i
holdings not related to the meat 1
industry, were opposed by the rov- a
ernment yesterday with more vigor ^
and effort than has been shown at a
any time in the courts since the c
decree was signed and the government's
attemtps to enforce it began.
At the hearing before Justice
Wendall r. Stafford, who has been t
arbiter between the government and *
? U ...? ~ - - ? '
K..r I'avn^s e?ci oiikc cue proceen- :
ings began neaVly two years ago.
the Roevrnment, through Assistant 1
Attorney-General Herman J. Gallo- .
way. befjan what the Federal au- .
thorities consider a flght to save
the very life of the anti-trust laws (
and to save the deehree already referred
to loom being nullified.
In opposing the intervention by
the grocers associations Mr. Gallofay
declared that the government
"neede.l neither the Ku Klux Klan
nor the grocers nor any other association
to show It how to do business.
The very idea that the grocers
intervene," said Mr. Galloway, m
"was an intolerable insult to the "
Interstate Commerce Commission
and also tt\ fhn?a rtthor n(fl?lolu I
the government who were acting as
moderators in the case and protecting
both the rights of the government
an1 the public."
At the close of the hearing Justice
Stafford announced that the government
and the grocers associations
would be given a week each to file
briefs and that he would then take
the petition to intervene and the
government's objections thereto under
Tuition Rates Remain
T i v
uu##tt us uuai i tar
Tuition of non-resident pupils in
the District schools for the present
school year will be the same as last
rear's, the Commissioners announced
Tuition for normal school is
1286.44; high schools, $S8.73; vocational
schols. $59.35; special schools,
(48.85; graded schools, $38.84; night
school, $5.42; and vocation school,
52.65. Payments for all except night
and vocation schools may be made
luarterly. before November 18, Janjary
31. Anril 7. *n*
and vocation school tuition must be I
)*yed at one time. [_
Come in now a
prices on quality
tion is better thai
anv timp rl 11 rincr
' ^ 7~
We can save y<
Phone Main 311
63 Yean of Faithful
Capricious Wind ?
Whirls Hat To
t , .
Tlura U nothing unusual la coppara
(Uuthlng (or a thlaf. bat tha
ant\ra Metropolitan polio* torca.baln?
told to March for a hat that vy
tolan by tha win* an4 (Ivan to amoth?r
paraon la % rats laoldant uch
waa th* Mil Mlaa Vlryta>a
M. N?la?r. r??l#ln? ?t apartm?at 4.
Tha Marian, lit* K at root aorthroatt
l?ld polio* tho wind Mow off
h*r Ml At Mteverth and O atraata
northwaat M*Wrday afttrnoon and
dropped U tt? til* hood of an ??<>}
Shortly after 9 n'ploak yeatarday
? eudden iVuna aueet u( wind
??i*mi lit* hm i.r mim n?i??r. it
w?s Bffti iti drop en lb* hood of an
aulomoMI* driven l?y an unldent Bad
whit* man TM aula aped down Oi
<r*et and lurni?a ?'?' tonlh *tra*t
i??? i?ai (nun il?? al*hl of tha hat
Mian Itoltar Immediately repor'c I
hrr loan to polio* |.i>ukuut* wato
sent to evary paltoa alalloA aad In
turn a vary policeman III tha city
waa Instructed l? eaaruh for tha hat.
On the theft docket ?l hetkdqmrlere
the theft vii KMlgnoi) to the until*
LOOT NEW STORE
Silks Valued at $1,000 Are
UoiiIaJ A niatl 2m A ii^a.
uauicu nna/ 111 ?? ??mobile.
Silkt. valued mt more than 91.090.
vhich was part of the stock of a
woman's furnUtifn? store to be
>l><ned for the ilrst time this mornng,
at 1600 Seventh street northvest,
was stolen yesterday morning:
>y a thief who gained entrar.cc by
orcin* a lock of the transom over
he front door.
arictuuf uivt<7 ???
ippartl. the thief hauled tao goyjs
iv/ay in an automobile. The theft
vas reported by Robert Fox. pro>rieto?.
A diamond ring, tiffany netting,
iralued at nearly $200, beside* a
redding ring, were reported lost ir
i restaurant by Cora Lee Pryor,
f25 Iowa avenue northwest.
MaJ. A. D. Paree. of the army,
esiding at 1317 Dogwood street
lorthwest. was victimised by
hieves who entered hit 1 o?r.e and
itole cloth:ng valued at more than
Thieves entered the apartments
>f Miss Eva "Lee and M1ss OlHelaunders,
1647 Umont street northvest.
and. after ransacking the
>lace. stole jewelry valued at |150.
Sea Trip Celebrates
41 Years in Service
James R. Ash. for forty-one year*
n the Post Office Department, left
esterday with Mrs. Ash for Florida,
rhey have planned the trip by sea.
n celebration of the forty-one years
>f service performed In the departnent
by Mr. Ash. He Is an authority
n postal laws and regulations In the
fflco ol the solipitor.
Mr. Ast^ also served flv* y*ar? 1*.
he regular army, enlisting shortly
ifter the civil war. Bob Wynn, forner
Postmaster Genera}; the lata
'. V. DeGraw, former fourth assistint
Postmaster General, and Mr. Ash
vera telegraph operators together,
ill three later #nterin* th? service
if th0 Post Offlc* Dep*rtment.
Senator Spenerc to Speak.
United State* Senator Selden F.
3pencer, of Missouri, will deliver
he opening lecture of the Washington
Law School tonight In the
issembly hall of the Central Y. M. |
A. Building:. HI subjeqt will be
*Th eValue o fa Knowledge of the
iw.M The lecture will start at 7
>'clock and admission will be fre*.
Organ Recital Postponed.
The series of public organ reclals
to b given by Miss Edith 3.
Vthey, civic organist, in the Cenral
High auditorium will not beirin
until early in November In tead
of today as originally announced.
$3.25 to Chester I
$3.00 to Wilmington I
War Tax ?% Addltloaal
Sunday, October 9 I
SPECIAL TBAIV H
Lr?. Washington (Union Rtatlon)
7:30 a. m. Returning, leave* Broad
8tr*et Station 7:28 p. a.; WmI
Philadelphia, 7:30 p. m ; Cbaitar,
7:32 p. m.; Wilmington, 8:10 p. m
Tleketa on sale Friday preceding:
E7 Similar Rxcuralona October
23, November fl. 30, Uerembtr
4 aid 18.
r of tka Broadway
nd get our low
it has bedn at
the late crisis...
du money and
811 E St N,W.
, Eficiest S*rric?
jMfrtUtef aiid Mrs. Knox
In Jail on Order of
cdLowiXb MCACli. V?. Bapt tt
?tlogar D. Suttikt, ml pattjr ofClear
at tb* Dahlcran, Va., proline
(rounds, whoa* wlta na found
?1diJi?r ha>d battared from blowa
of*a" hatchat, throat cut with i
raaor and a bullat wound in har
cheat In har homa hara aarljr today.
and Mra. Knox, a nalchbor,
who discovered tha lLfeleu body of
Mrs. lutltkt, irt being held at
the county Jail at Montrose. Vs..
ob the order of Commonwealth's
Attorney Mayo or this place:
A coroner's jury at the Inquest
over the body of Mrs. Eastlake this
afternoon, returned a verdict that
she was killed by unknown parties
and It was on the orders of the
Commonwealth s attorney that
Eastlake and Mrs. Knox were held.
The body of Mrs. Eastlake was
found about ( o'clock this moraing.
a short time after her husband left
the house to board a ferry, which
would take him to the proving
ground. Mrs. Knox told the police
authorities that aha went to the
Eastlake home between & Mid t
o'clock and discovered the llfeleas
Op being notified of ths discovery
of the body, town police went
to the wharf and Hopped EastI
lake, who was about to board the
In their bedroom, unconscious of
what had transpired, police found
the two little Eastlake children.
Roger. 8 years old. and Catherine.
5 years ioid. Neither was able to
tell the authorities about their
FREDERICKSBURG. V*.. Sept. H
Mis* Bertha Yeatman and Renok)
Burton, hoth of tht? city, vara married
Wadnaaday night at the Methodist
parsonage by the Rev. H. L.
Appropriate Funeral Tokeni
Gude Bro?. Co. 1214 F St
GEO. C. SHAFFER
EXPBSMIV7 fXOKAI. EM- PbH M
BLCXI at VODKAT* PRICE*. HlVlT li
Oar Ml SL i
~ 9 r
Black or Tan Scotth Gr*in
fied Square To* lait Over*
wide extrniion role and ext
wedge heel. "Rope-?titched"
?small bran eyelet*.
j J- * _ , - a-.*
Has among t
right to be
???' wfcs.n they 1
been considered a 1
they are a matter ol
ited means. *
There is a "Flonbeim
wearable on all occasions.
Real Novelties in Shoes ai
1A Bunch of Live
Style* in Y o u n g
Men'* Show Built ,
to fire a lot of ervice,
too. ,S\ "
1- r ? ?
ifffflT ft AMM
Oeer(e Michael Kin*. II r?ri
14. TM M(lh atreet northwest. iw;PKM
tf betas a member of tfce
trie thA held up and severely beat,
[Ttunar <5 Moor*, lilt rourtssatte
ilmt nottkotat, walk*4 late the
Flrai precinct polio* atatloa yesterday
afternoon and iurrendered hlm elf
te Precinct Detective Lowrey
Kin* ??a charged with aaault and
releaaed on flM bend.
Kla*. Joseph Nalley and Joeeph
Maher are aocueed of attacking
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\ , I matters, consult an
institution rather tKa
considered talk of an i
the time, knowledge an
We are specialists in Fii
est and safest form of ii
has behind it almost hal
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Qualified to act as vot
I I Investments offered by
our own funds, and pr<
cipal and interest when
For tkc ceiTHMct of t
oar hratatil Depart*
' today until S o'clock.
We would be ?
tunity to furni
The F. H. Sir
f 815 Fiftee
"Forty-right Years <
| . . ! at *T
tod Pl Are. Store* Open Sitirdi]
oice for fall si
IS have been nationally
he Select Few men's sh
a i<% 9 ^
called "Very Best."
were $16 to $20. they in
uxury. But today, witl
t real economy, even foi
?? _*_J_ ? 11 r
siyic suiiaoie tor wear on ev<
This fall's and winter's styles
id Oxfords. TifijdMfni 1
Special Afents Tbo
Ntw Arrivals m Mtm. Silk iW
' v ^
tM W?IU Ho??
moMli u4 MW*l|r bwl him It. 1
rat ten a*o KaUtr ?<> M?W
wnjiwlrt tip TomSt PractiM-t
BubIiicm Bureau Moves.
Th? Battrr llu?ln?aa ^urnu or.
Klutloi rrtkjl* niarrhMita
MM >WP < Vwiptiwn.
fn?v?4 t* thv It* \Evfninr Star
Hulldtn* from tn*tr eld qutrtfis
In lk? Bontf Building y??t?r<l?>
m depend upon the illndividual
who has not
d training necessary to
rst Mortgages, the oldnvestment.
f a century of successice
and is thoroughly
ir investment adviser,
us are completed with
>mpt payment ot pnndue
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teat will remain open i
,Ud of an opporsh
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af Proven Safety."
hould be j
,* famous for years
iocs that have the
Hiirmrr tlio \\ nr
Jk?r Ul IIIV ? ? n I ,
ight perhaps have
li most styles $10,
r the man of limcry
arc simply wonderffll!
eaix" Hosiery. ..... j
fai. > ' i i j m*i< iHllfiia
A Few $12