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Nmn f= Wil InGRY FAILY If iKG A $500
CL. 36 I-4k. buy- IUOVX "'I", los. Jun " -_ F MO v1)um
4a e a the wgsem- Mae.. railroad yardusaete. who lau VrAKuj*T*
1 ti 14 t"held up ad robbed of W. declared to- x s. I.-Pretty
sad ber iniv e d teegahsa that #e had dineovertI on hones ntenbrul Anal* M. Ulbba Is
to.lhSeo com0 te s for a lim tihief who he found the following not- ertieght b y te polic hrs on a charge
yet .-at hisi office: of syetematally steallag 63,111 from'
A edr to te weather uarsu. Tmn th follow who rubbed you. d k 11. Hunt r and Vurnpasy. where e
the 411011M *w1YP9 &09th trom Choy. I was broke mad out or a job &ad was emp~loyed. She bas beem missing
eR No. WpWSa. , or Coloredo, my wife and kids were going lr uen ds)a.
beftbarn No0w Meog i *&at into hwungry. but I got a job Iterv and A )oung makii * IIt %-a houshe was on
X6a4111 Rod caital Nebraes. and as s*on as I got a little money friendly terins disappeared about the
semrth to Noerth *ad South Dakota. shed Iwill return what I atojIC saine tion# she did. Her mother lie,
The storm center wae off (ltfland. from you.' beia5 esed for 410.0"0 to cover lbe
Ka.Hee@ said If he knew who the ~4mles on.
The Response Was Tremendous.
No Wonder--isiThe Values.
. 300 Pairs
High Grade Trousers
5$ 8 Worth
Up to $6
$7.50 TROUSERS FOR $3.98
$8.50 TROUSERS FOR $5.35
$10.00 TROUSERS FOR $6.35
Formerly Sold at $7, $8, $9-While They Last
$50. SUITS, $25
In Every Wanted Size
Read That Price Again, $25
None better in town-every suit an exceptional one in fabric, style,
fit and tinish and at this price we don't expect to have one left bhv night.
$55 OVERCOATS, $22.50
-Priced Low For Fast Action
Heavy Weather Coats as well as Dress Garments. Ulsters, Ulster
ettes, Conservative and Semi-Conservative styles-all snug, warm, well
mnade overcoats in a variety of- patterns and fabrics ample to afford a
Extra Heavy Flannelette Bath Robe., in a variety Men's Heevy Weight Union
riema4 .Former e~ O of color. Former Sut .Alay, . e r me y~
* pic $4...... pnu$7.3...-..... white5 **''' ''''..**-m$189
Fleanelette Nightakhirtm. Id. MShirte, collars t $4.00. Special... '1.8
$2.0 ...tern. Formerly mold for $.. Lined Automnobile Gaunt
$4 and $5i. ~ 7Qlet.. Former price$25
Gray $tlede and Ten Cape Special..---..---- -b $4.50 ............Yme
Dress Glove.'. All atissa. tInterweven Liiie He..
$4.50 value. $2.85 Fonnerly Q All 40 1r. d.n Knit 45
Modern Dress Not Immodest,
But Is Menace to eHaith,
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 26.-The
clergy do not agree on women's at
tire. although the majority do not
flay feminine fashions as being i
modest. but say that if women do err
they do so against health rather than
Thus a jury of nearly 1.200 clergy
aan, asked by the women's dress
iommittee to judge women's clothes
Women's waists should cover their
-ecks "unless they. want to get
'neutnonia." advises the Rev. M. 0.
Kyle. professor of Xenia United
Presbyterian Seminary, at. Zauis.
skirts that do not gather up the
dirt of the streets are favored by
the Rev. Herbert . Denton. pastor
oC the 'niversalist Church of the
"But such bbrevtation of the
nkirt ahould be guided by good
oudgment," he adds. "it can be and
usually is done in a manner as to
warrant no charge of imntodesty."
RIshop L. .. Coppin summed up his
views In this succinct fashion:
"Women should dress to lie con
sTiLUS DaAi.Naot N.
Another clergyman voices his dio.
ituproval of women exposing their
bosoms as "unhyglenie and danger
>us." He condemns tight lacing and
irges more protection from th,
knee to the aikle's.
"As to modesty." he says. "I do
.ot remember ever meeting any, taily
on lhe Philadelphia etreets whoe
i.ttire struck me am immodest.
Jol R. (erashty, chair mean of
the dress reform committee, todjvy
said: "i)sagreemn'.." Is the verdit
>f the clergy-jnry on dress.
"I can find you a large number of
-lergymnwi who believe women wear
lg present Stylee are advance
agents of the devil." he said. "And
for every such opinion I can find
.inother preacher who says women's
elnthes are all right. Thee decision
f the committee is. we do not
know any more than before we sent
the querles to the 1.160 clergymen.
We had replies from tiftecn differ
The Rev. John It. larl. Jr.. ipisco
Pal chaplain at the 'niversity of
Pennsylvania and cecretary of the
ChripLian AssocIation, has been up
pointed to represent the -ergymen
n the designing of gowns which
are to be shown at the "Bizarre" ,Io
be held February 5.
Want ads in The Washington 'times
will be accepted till 11 a. m. for publica.
tion the same day. Quick action brings
On Friday, January 28th,
at 4:30 P. M.
We will offer at public siale the
valuable two-family flat brick
building located at
525-525% 2nd St. N. E.
Each apartment contain4 flve
rooms and bath and cellar; wide
alley in rear; latrobe heat.
Terms-Cash above present
trusts, which will be announced
at time and place of sale. A
cash deposit of $300 will be
required of the successful bid
der at time and place of sale.
The W. F. Ogle Co.,
3rd Floor Mansey Bldg.
"-n'r One MhlII 'ats Take n Dale"
No CAt OMEL oR EABIT FORMING mayo
A DE FlOtd aooT's. naESS a tAisE ONLl
MONET-SACE, CUAAaNTh INI tACE 301
ALONZO 0. DBIS MEDICAL Co.
Ea. 1888. W ASH INGTON. D. C. s
SULPHR CLARS UP
ROUGH OR REO SKIN
Face, Neck and Arms Easily
Made Smooth, Says Specialist
Any bresking out of tihe *kin,.
evetn fery. itc'hing ecsema, .: te
tle Mnthto uI phur. declares a noted
skIn specialist. Because of its ge.rm
destroying propertIes, this sul Iphir
p reparatIon begIns at once to hoothe
irritated ekin and heal e'ruaptions
such as rash. ptmple, and ring
It seldom fails to remove uloe tor
ment and disfigurement, and you do
not have to walt for relief fromt em
barrassment. Improvement q ui'k ly
shoWs. Nufferers from skin trouble
should obtaIn a small jar of Mentho
Nulphur from any god drugglat and
use It lIke cold eam.
Head of German "Hoe Guard"
System Says No Power Can
By FRANK E. MAN.
Istenieaensl Nesa Servie..
E E R 1, I N, June 4.-"Neither
rrance nor Germany can legally dis
band the Orgesch and we have no
intention of breakiug up our protec
This declaration of deasce was
made today by Councilier George
Escherich, organiser and commander
of the Bavarian Einwohnerwebr. and
also president of the Orgesch.
CuADNo MOXAMCNI AIMS.
Ihe Orgeach is the group name of
a series of organisations in Gormany
which were formed to work for "the
preservation of national interests.'
it In widely charged that the reat
object of the Orgesch Ia to attew.pt
to re-establils the menarchy.
Dr. Escherich is one of the mo.i
talked about and most written about
man in Ger.nany today. The Frenlch
press paints him as a ultra-militavd.:
who i threatening a new war. Tl.,
tierman radicals aocube him of Lein;t
an arch-conspirator in the move
mnit to restore the monarchy. Dr.
Pecherich outlined the aIma of thy
Cresaich as followa:
",if France orders and Wilhelm
strasse attempts to diseolve the
Orgesch, they will find it imposslb'e
because the league Is protected by th<
clause guaranteelig general signts in
thei consttitution. It in no w Ay vi.
latex the treaty of Versalilles. k
have won legal test cases in tIhl
toures of Breslau and Stettin the
i'rusoian m ,inistei of Justice h i linx
down a decision that he cannko for
bid titq Orgesch because It is ant un
arned uele-:y and entirely within the
-JIST HOUE (t ARDS."
"'ropagandists have intentIually
caused confusion by mixing up' t 0
sich organizations. the Bavarian Eil
wohnerwehr and the Orgesch. The
Bavarlan EInwohnerwehr is an organ.
ization of authorized civil guards
.itmilar to the home guards of tM
United States in war time, but tha
members wear no uniform. They
N14 Militarized beyond the extent of
the national guard In America.
"The Orgesch is a national civil i r
Aunization. Its purpose is to assemble
our whole national strength f(r tit
peacefulti upbuilding of Gotm'n de
fense against Bolshevism. The ol.
connection between the two is that
I am chief of the Havarian Eai
wohnerwaher and president of the for
HAN I,0000 MEMBERN.
"The Orgesch numbers more than
1.000.000 members. who are obligated
to support the German constitution.
The other obligutions upon them
might he summarized as follows:
"Protection of life and property.
"Fight the sessionists.
"Maintain order and fight revolu
tion, no matter whether it comes
ficm Bolshevists or reactionaries.
"Another revolution would be a
crime against the German people. I
know certain monarchist circles are
attacking me because I refused to
join Kapp last March and also be
cause. In several instances. the
Orgesch acted as a brake to call to
cider irresponsible hot heads who
were talking revolution.
AGAINST ANY VIOLENCE.
..We stand by the state and
against any violence. no matter
whether It comes from reds or roy
allsts. We have proved that the
best insurance against Bolshevism
is to mass the citizens with high
consciousness of civic duty into a
firm defensive block."
Dr. Eacherich was asked if he loak
ed for more Bolshevik disorders. He
"I see a future that is very dark.
Only the re-awakening of the peo
ple's consciousness to their duty
and to one another can prevent a
renew of social warfare."
TIE HARD IN MEXICO
AERICANS ARE TOLD
Americans who went to Mexico in
the belief that an era of easy money
would follow the atabilization of cot.
ditions under de la Huerta and Obre
gon, have been disillusioned. and
many of them have become charge.
tpon their more fortunate country
men, who, through longer reaidence
or greater capital have succeeded ir
establishing themselves ther-.
Rleports received today fromt the
Amnercan Consul General at Mexico
City. convey this information an.J
recommend that no Americans conic
to Mexico unless they are provided
with sufficient funds to purchase a re
turn ticket, in case they fall to find
the pot of gold many of them 'teem to
LOS!S VIRGINIA APTEAL
harles K. Sickel, convicted and
sentenced in Virginia, for bringing
into that State more than one quart
of liquor a month in violation of a
State law, yesterday lost his appeal to
the United States Supreme Court for
relief from the sentence. The court
held it had no jurisdiction in the case.
The supreme court of appeals of
Virginia sustained the judgment of
the hutitngs courts of the city of
Richmond which sentenced Siekel to
one year in jail and a fine of SI0 for
alleged violatIon of the State prohibi
tion law in brInging Into the State
more than one quart in a period of
thirty days. The sufficiency and ye
lidity of the indictment was chal
lenged in the appeal to the United
states Supreme Court.
MOVING STAIR INVENTOR
BLOWS OUT HIS BRAINS
NEW YORtK. Jan. 25.rMax Eber
hard' Stmyth, seventy-t~o. who de
signed the Ea bridge across The
MiseissIPpi at Mt. Louls and the Rads
breakwater below New Orleans, ended
his life by spoting himself at his
home here yesterday, fils *-ife said she
knew of nn reason whicha might have
prompted the act.
Smyth also was the inventor of the
sees sesseepse ue mmse
* Profitable Values Ii'Our 8rgiw h.seont
Women's and Misses' Velour and Tricotine
Suits, at $19.98
Only a short time ago these suits sold for a
diuch higher price, but size range is incomplete, so
N we have decided to reduce their former prices for*
Vlsw SUits, in navy, Fr& h ue,
t.a,, ta. and br...,...iNs- wi se.
Al-weel Triotie Suits, hn navy blue,
/ with 1m of umstriulal some have but- .
to and faney ultcbh. Specal at $1"., &
40 Salts' Paco Pluh and Cloth I
Coats at $W4.75 0
Because of the small lot we have made this 0
exceptionally low price
Silk-lined Velour Coats, with large raccoon collars;
Silvertones and Polo Cloths, Normandy Mixtures and
a -Salts' Seco Plush. $24.75.
25 Dozen House Dresses, at $1.49
" of standard grade gingham and percale. in checks, stripes and plaids, Billie Burke I
" and waist-line models, trimmings of self or contrasting material. Long or three-quar. I
" ter length sleeves. Sizes 36 to 44. At $1.49. 0. a
. Petticoats at $2.29 Misses' Drawers, 44C Bedsreads, $2.98
i -Made with cotton top an.t Made of good cambric, Mill ends of hemmed crochet
a jeep flounce, of all-silk taf- neatly trimmed in embroidery
feta; new changeables. Rego- and tucks. Sizes 14 to 18. Spres, in d sze.
lar and extra sizes. At $2.29. At 44c.
In neramet White Blankets, PalaI'i a.a-lauuB~gnm
at 88c Cotton Batts,
* Incudin nigt gons ~ Size 70x80. Heavy, weight $3
SIncluding night gowns anai
g envelope chemise, made of and very fluff. Limit, 2 pair Ea.
sheer materials with neat face t) a t b. Stitched, and will
and embroidery trimmiangs;n
others daintily embroidered in open up for full-size comforts.
Sanhrdail embroider ed rm ins 'Pillow Cases 25c Ea. At $1 .319 each.
g bright colors. At 88c.
, P8al Royal-Bergalm iamen t Size 3ex42einch. Heavy
Women's Blomrs .eight and serviceable quality.
Women's Bloomers, 25C each. Comfort Covrings
79cat 10U-VS 5c Yd.
g Made of pink lingerie cloth, Turkish Twd Co s
neatly finished with hemstitch, Hemmed towels, with slight
ruffle; others with tucks and imperfections. Called Mill inches wide. Lengths 2 to
l lace insertions. At 79c. seconds. At 22C. 4 yards. At I 5c vard.
* Pali. Royal--argai Basensemt Palsil.-3gwals neMeat Paf. Royal-DAvgman fsment.
January Clearance Sale of Trunks,
Bags, Suit Cases and Clocks
At Savings That Are Rare
* Facto~~an v ry uv Limits 2 elmae pairad uabe
toacuome wit clothe hanrshtbx.t.
P42.50 rroy-barea Trusess20prent 3.0
Pi3.00 Warde 25ck lEss2 erc. $24
* $66.60Plat Woardobearuansesse2rcn $22
* I~~m.Iu n BlacHkmed nael, retonnlineghtsrpsalarud
~~flU~ffIimperfectionas ad ok.24ad26icliz.Rlual
seconds. At 22c.98
* i~ii!'LIKeetl SitCaedspred$ ,$2.98
* Fu~ ~ ~ ~Mll sie 4icwt w eavy leaheme croche al
Sarond, roteted wth havyreather cnedoubebas siza. *
Matin S'~ Catton Batt7, .
S$2.5 Sut Cse at~ 2-inh ize$wih.bas sna. ut oke
Blac enmelcreonnelind, cmplte lghtand ural. Stotend. fandtte wtl
* arund.Reguarly$12.0 A $8.8. Cwhit Ba.3s eath.9
leahercorer.Realarl S R 2y.-Bar.i BA ensent
Of black eiakllcretandeClned;nnrotect
ed thlethe crnes.Sizs 2 ad 2 $.25Raiche Alarm Logts * it
Inc. Rgulrly$8.o4 tyards $.6A91cyad
B Suit Cases at$.9Ne Clocks hrdui il ~
* Afbon tirit sapvi and, bea Arninte dare'ibe *,acr i
comlet wihcoths anges hlat boxa etc.- ut
crrs24icsieAt $5.4 .75Wrrb rns es2 e et $54
*m.m66.U UE .60 Wadrb TrnsUes2 e cUUU ent $52.S,