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quartered oak, rubbed arn
compartmenti of' samle
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clear open space in the
free circulation. The Ice
porcelain same as the food
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partmeat of uste a t do t de
"Where is nothing whatever In the
chares tht the Department of Is
tiie took obr~e of the Do~awob
of Labor ad irected .t8 eThMt1
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tw.they did." Wlh400o ti.
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to the hmopeter Imaw * at
>oaton from the Departmiet Ju
rice to aquait hmelf with the
sartmea of Justice r$32.00ou
t "I have beon Informed that the
geratema you refer to enam gent
for the Deparmet of Justie and
not the Department of Labr" ea
:tr bng. amerat. of Utah. do
"rhes in;truntloo may It I to
be dfurnctly Undetood that the
arrest aca to be made by the De
partmnent of Justice," Walsh added.
"That referred to Americans and
aliens alike." Abercrombie declared.
PNo it says Ameians were not
to be aested," Walsh declared.
"Do you recall any law 'givini the
iopdrtment right to seoh ofa
Ub S jaw Linens
ir Spring shipment ar
in time for our annual
nary Sale. Don't wait
the hot weather. You
Id buy now and save 25
,artment Size Refriger
-Hardwood exterior; in
rof white porcelain.
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Deatmseat Jultee In
oesfgtebe te ageb with
werak -"saM lens it was ahee
tei aene sary te have a Warrant."
eD ea a preodipre meet with
neor ppe-val" Walsh asked.
sew these lnstructions,"
)tW TORE, Peb. $.-Amalita'Galli
Curel. Wheoe coloratura asepia.
voie has bees hailed by stles as
tion," wiliJoin the ttetroppfh~
Opera Company snt season.
The anoeneemeat wa made last
night by Gilulie Gatti-Cana. the
director. The diva will join the New
York organisUaton at the end of the
current opera season. She is at pres
ent singing here with the Chicago
Opera Company. directed by Mary
AmerieS discovered the singer
through William Thorner. who first
met and beard her In Catania; Italy,
in 1913. Later he heard her sing In
Spain and in South America.
Cleofonte Campanini, thin, director
of the' Chicago Opera Company, ob
tained the services of Galli-Curel for
the nominal sum of $500 a night, but
it want long before this was i
creased to $1,000 a night.
She won New York in 1918 with
"Dlnorah." She made her American
debut in *Icag6 In November, 1919,
when sh @e g*Oda In '"Rieetto."
Next to Caruso. Mme. Oalli-Cprol is
said to have the greatest earning
capacity of any of the opera folk.
Caruso is credited with 'an inootue-of
$250,000 a year. Galli-CWrci is said to
earn more than $200,000. a year.
Amerloap Volcano Active.
REDDING, Cal.. Feb' 8.-After two
short periods of activity, Lassen peek.
in northeastern California, resumed
Its eruption and the volume of smoke
and steam increased in intensity.
Smoke rolled oft to the south in great
Eggs at 35 Cents in St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., Feb. .-Best eggs
sold at wholesale here for 35 cents a
dosen. a decline of 5 cents since Sat
urday and 22 cents in the last fort
Whes were your
eyes last tested? Perhaps
you have Outgrown your
glasses a'd need a dif
ferest less. We will, be
able to tell you. The
average life of a pair of
glasses is five years, but
oftes a change is needed
ia two years at least.
1388 F' St. N. W.
*pe-alh"" Old Vii
Page & Shaw)(
to i.s. a ee
Np who s
A eharge og hee..eeakiag has
bass preered against Paul J. Me
Clellea, of Oleveland. Chie. sad
Jemes Anthesy LoughaIa. of the
e )etol, both of whem ar
o ff. slawfly enteriag the
apartstaet of ,. H. West, of the Had
leigh aparteat hers., anney aight.
West sad hi wife, It is .1d, en
eeiatered MeClella, as he wag Mav
ing r apartment 04# a etlgle
Rest s the rte. hey
ideatiled as e of two
see who b ad from the-"apttament
while the struggle was is presgesi.
It is expeted the soeused mos will
have a heatiag temorrow at the Po
ON D 1S TIN BAILS
Swinging to' the deal stages of
its hearings on tain revisies the
House Ways sad Meas Committee
today took up the miseellansous
schedule with its thousand sad one
artieles subjectd to import duties.
These hearings will run for three
Julian W. Curtis., of New York,
representing A. C. Spalding and
Brothers, asYked for $1 a deen or
25 per cent ad valorem duty on
Frederick Bode, of New York.
president of the millinery chamber
of Commerce, asked that feathers of
birds of paradise be admitted into
th iscountry. They are now pro
Samuel Suoker. of New York.
wants the d ty on flowers reduced
from M to $O per seat ad valorem.
TO HOLD POVERTY DCAN
The Mutual Relief Association of
Lansburgh & Bro. announces the pre
eeatttion of a "Poverty Dance" to be
given in the Arcade ball room. Feb
ruary 15, at 8:30 p. m. Prises will be
offered for the most ragged clothes.
The- tickets themselves are printed
in an unuiual manner, being on the
cheapest grade of paper obtainable
and containing many typographical
errors in printing. earrying out the
idea of this unique dance.
The general committee consists of
B. W. Holmes. chairman: George C.
DeNeale, Sidney Dannheisser, Warren
Dreibelbies, James G Caldwell. and
William R. Schumuaker.
SAYS HUSBAND BEAT HR
FOR NOT LEAVING HIM
Because she refused to sign a
sepasation agreement and to liye apart
for $100, her husband "dragged her
around by her hair." alleges Mrs.
;phie White in a suit fled in the Di.
'rlet Supreme Court today against Ed
verd H. White for maiitenance.
She aho alleges White is of p cruel
and overjealous disposition.
White is a butcher, with a stall in
he Western Market. she declares. and
lears about O75 a week.
The couple were. married at Rich
fiend, Va., January 13, 1910, and have
Pershing Portrait for France.
A specially painted portrait of Gen
eral Pershing will be presented to
the French governmnent by the Knights
of Columbus, according to an an
nouncement made today by Supreme
Secretary, William J. MeGialey. The
painting is tebe hung in the In
valides Palace at Paris, which con
tains the tomb of Napoleon.
More Sleeping Sickness.
BOSTON, Feb. 8.-4ieeping sickness
added two more to the death list over
the week-ead, bringing the total or
ieaths freom this casse here and in
nearby places to eight.
Fornier Congressman Dead.
BURLINGTON, N. J., Feb. 8.,ohn
t. Gardner, a former member of Con
rrebs from the Second New Jersey is
riet, died at his home at Indian Mills,
1ear hers, resterday. He was seventy
dive years oed.
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Sari Skin Speolailet.
Any breaking out or shin errlta
ties on faoe eck or body Is over
ua i hut ket by applying Meto
Suipeur. swa a noted skin asocial
lat. Because of It germ de
ertles, nothing aseen
found to tvaaoeathe place of this sul
bnis Iean Onn he ieiagt. burn
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etoupHi the skit clear sad
FL ootb. It seldom fadls li
te gcat or d ugureMt. A
"ll jar of MenthoLuiphur m
obtained at any drug store. It
used like cold cream.
Ishould -be plump
as usrpse for
puit and on.
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Every Man. Wo By aiutHre
Is Saving Money.
For months we have been offering what we conscientiously
believe to be the finest Ready-to-wear Cloting made, at gener
ous and genuine reductions-reductions that in most cases en
tirely disregarded original costs.
Fine Hand-Tailored Suits Reduced
$37.50 $47.50 $59.50
.at you a vgetly in this.aale is a well recognized fact
anlsyousave on the b cthes.
Sae of Men's Robes and Dressbky Gons
$8.50 and $10 Each
Plenty of good-looking patterns in these loose, comfort
'ving robes for lo around home, to use in ones room and
r traveling; small, medium and large sizes.
Suits of the'Quality and Style That We
Have Always Had from This Maker
We ask you to attend this sate, or at least look over the suits; expect
ing to find the most remarkable values we have ofered in years. You
will not be disappointed.
Mothers who have used "Regatta" Suits,- which we feature so exten
sively, need no second invitation to participate in a sat* offering such 'won
derfully attractive savings.
Not a sait gas made for sale puqoses. Because of the favorable rela
tions which ide have with this maker, hehas allowed us to select these 600
suits from his regutar assortments at a relly unheaad-of price. You get the
betiefit of this advagtge.
Middy 8uita Sports Suits IS Devonshirs
Junio Norfoiks Novelty Suits ulatta Kiddie Coth
Oliver Twist -Sizes 3 to 10 Years Reps Beach aoth