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Amiap Alinoee Sn Serious
tumblng Blook to
~r America i n agreeing
h e r aof hr
eM analysis of the strength Of
the combination of navies.
m*Ah conceivably be thrown
134Er in time of war.
toundatlon of fact already ha.
by the American de-e
t'.rma~ment conference in
oC that have been held to
te figuring from this basis of
safety. the American delega
tSle uhedy has run afoul of the Anglo
Tlke best 11
Its shldy coabn
ha "hi iron you hi
Sold by Demieu
3-16., With Cord
6-1b., With Cord
He I. SCHARI
739 11th St. N. W.
- 3-lb., Complete. ..
6-lb., Complete. . .
C. A. MUDD]
1204 G St. N.W. Main
'Phone Main 955
14-K. Thin Modi
J EW ELE R
hrie.hMs M& asr a.
M"WibWg bleak is the WV= Naval
The Amerisaa Naval .dvisers. meet
iag wit asmetary 09 ate Hughes.
Jib* Reat. a"d baters IA450 &A'
Underwend. have dran attentien to
the fact that the alliace amh Is in
exst- and there is so doomte in
formatiem as to whether it is to be
Witheout recmmendg a definite
progam the American save) advisers
have pointed eut that a combined
Brit sh .japaneas navy Is distily a
possibility under the terms of the &I
lance. and one that cannot be dis
regarded in considering cuts or agree
meats to cut the else of the American
The American delegates and the
naval advisers have considered this
point at 'ome length. and It was due
to come up again today when the de
gates resumed their seson in the
office of Secretary of State Hughes.
MASKED BANDITS STEAL
FURS VALUED AT $15,O0
CHICAGO. Nov. 1.-Three unmask
ad bandits late yesterday tooted the
Sugarman fur store of $16.000 wortb
of furs and escaped in an automobile.
ie aM inn &at
ddela your werk.
0 atkhm. ze-a-aed
and Stand, $7.85
and Stand, $8.50
t ELECT. CO.
MAN & CO.
140 616 12th St. N.W.
607 14th Street N. W.
iew Jewelry- S
6 SEVENTH ST.
s-For the Opening
I 7-Jewel 14-E
finish in all
LbSte TWO 72
Reports Received by Federal
Reserve Board Forecast
Early Trade Revival.
Or W. H. ATKINS,
IaSaseeinsl News lervie.
Pronounced improvement in many
industrial and commercial lines hav
resulted in a restoration of confidenlr.
in the general economic outlook. ac
cording to reports today to tie D3e
partment of Commerce and the Fed
eral Reserve Board.
Surveye conducted by these depart
ments and other flovenmient ageinies
reveal the following encouruging facts:
1. Speeding up of industry and busi
ness is helping to solve the unemplov
Ment problem, and an-a result thero
in a larger demand for goods.
3. Seasonal demands for goods fram
cities has helped to increase activit%
in pille and factories, and has re
lieved the credit situation in largo in
8. There is a bigger demand for
structural materials as a result ,f an
improvement in buildihg activity.
The report of the Federal Reserve
Board shows that prices have attained
a greater degree of stability. Review
of the price schedules indicate a better
relation than at any time during the
.past eighteen months.
A favorable sign for dom.stic
business interesta is the report from
abroad that prices have practically
touched bottom. Reckless price-cut
ting in some countries, reports show,
cannot proceed much beyond the point
already reached. This is rqgarded am
a favorable sign as price-slashing in
toreign countries has reacted severely
upon American business.
4-Federal financial relief for agri
culture has been a boon to the farm
ing industry, and has caused enlarged
activity in manufacturing due to the
new buying demand in the farm dis
Lower Re-Discount Rates Forecast.
5-Continued liquidation of bank
loans as a result of relief of credit
stringencies in various industrial and
commodity groups forecasts lower re
discqunt rates in some reserve cen
ters. Reserye banks continue to in
crease their reserve strengths and
Sales records of manufacturers and
retail dealers show slightly less busi
ness in luxuries than a month ago,
and a relatively larger business in
necessities. Increases were noted in
the business transacted in both the
wholesale and retail trades. A part
of the heavier demand, particularly in
the food, clothing and hardware com
modity groups, is said to be the
result of easier credit facilities among
UHIU ACIU IN MEAT
CLOGS THE KONEYS
Take a glass of Salts if your
Back hurts or Bladder
If you must have your meat every
day, eat it, but flush your kidneys
with salts occasionally, says a noted
authority who tells us that meat
forms uric acid which almost par
alyzes the kidneys in their efforts
to expel it from the blood. They
become sluggish and weaken,. then
you suffer with a dull misery in the
ki ey region, sharp pains in the
ba or sick headache, dizziness.
yo stomach sours, tongue is coat
ed and when the weather is bad
yo have rheumatic twinges. The
urine gets cloudy, full of sediment,
the channels often get more and ir
ritated, obliging you to seek relief
two or three times during the night.
To neutralize these irritatinr
acids, to cleanse the kidneys and
flush off the body's urinous waste
get four ounces of Jad Salts from
any pharmacy here; take a table
spoonful in a glass of water befort
breakfast for a few days and your
kidneys will then act fine- This fa.
mous salts is made from the acid
of grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia, and has been used for
generations to flush and stimulate
sluggish kidneys, almo to neutralize
the acids in urine, so it no longer
irritates, thus ending bladder weak
Jad Salts is Inexpensive; cannot
injure, and makes a delightful et'
fervescent lithia-water drink.
a very fine 15 jewel
White or green gold
the latest shapes.
u40TEM m= ATTAGM G ALLOU TO _0.
N. Y. alm w fl HATCHET HmOOL IMPROVEMENTS
NEW YORK. Nov. .-Uls J. The Board of Edutation will mseet
asey. tweaity-ftwryear-wh stenoar. at the irankia *Ah at 4 o ck
tomorrow If lwrfoc to Consider a
Phet, was now death in a Brooklyn statement wepawd by Supt. YVank
heopital today from three hatchet W. Ballo recomaending improve
wounds in her hwAd, iaNOied, accord- ments in the local gehool organisa
tng to her story, by a juted suitor. tr. Ballou aks proviso of a staff
Nimoind Varchetta. a pipe fitter- of administrtive principals. to func
surrendered to the poice soon after lon as a goup of asstant sulmr
the attack. They said Vurchetta told intendomla and explais the need for
the police he had been engaged to a compulsory attendance law and a
Marry the young woman, but that she achool census. The salaries of
had broken the engagement. He toaehers. copeLily those In the
bought a hatchet, and. after repeated Junior High kkhol. for whom no
attempts to make her change her special provision is made, will be dis
mind. struck er over tTh ha. cuedo
A Host of Bargc
Free With AM Heaters
Coal Bucket & Shovel
$22.5. and Up Kitchen Range Egg Parlor
We are showing A $49.5 and Up Stove $.
omnlt inte of irto
ranges of all de- No. I has large $4.75 Very o
eptlons. from two- oven, nickel trim- A won- with net
hot* to ocombination med. and is obso- derful Ming. A
ranges lutely guaranteed. heater heater.
r Choice of This
-Plece Set of
M. A. ROGERS
With every purchase of $100
,r more, or the Set of Dinner
Golden Oak Bufet
A French plate mirror tops
this buffet, with its two large
cupboards, linen drawer and
two smaller drawerd r
S This 10-Piece "Queen Anne"
This Modern Kitchen Cabinet
a t porcelain adjustable table
ell 1, tept improvements.
Top interior is of white
AsVauidA oak, fUnprnllshdatdTisn
Note the gracefulness of the design-b
you really must~ the suite to judget
seuite consaistC of a. aix-leg extension taeh
buffet, china closet, tea wagon. tive si
chairs andl one armchair, covered in gen
Lare oldnne blue lahr
dsigd oa. iiued.i
siMohogany base, withSPN AD ATRS
able arm. Complete aspcue abe tatcmn scvig r
mahtoganyldi p rcean iturad ensMr.'
curewhit Furn41 S N I treET o. . ~
OF MANDLe cmzoMs
Resolutie. isag da the Distrite
Coains ers to appropriate 46,M
for the itprovemnt of the groMWde
ourrounding the RaadMs NigASA
ichool was passed lat might by the
Rndle Highlands Citieso' Asmcia
The following offtere were eleted
for the enbulng year: T. M. Cran.
president; A. K. Ware. vkee preigdent;
C. A. Harker, secretary; J. R. Coryell,
treasurer; J. r. ores, assistant tread
urer; C. A. Harker and Dr. R. T.
Woodward. delegates to the Niedeir.
tion of Citizens' Association.
Ceal Bcke & S7ml
Heater This Kitchen Range
rnamental, A range of the bet
el trim- ter quality with
high-cLasq large oven, and is an
Your Chelos of This
42.Piece Set of
With every purchase of $100
or more, or the set of Silver
Four large drawers, a 'at
box and roomy clothes closet;
golden oak finish.-_
Wr are ciONI! ',Ut a
Iliited-'quantity of th-se wal
nut-finished dressers with large
sized mirrors. Exactly as pic
tured. Special reduced price of
- Blankets & Comforts
"Gilt Edge" Fine
Wool Blankets; 73
inches by 86inh,
in blue. pik$57
,nd gray plaids,
forts, in attractive col
ors, filled with 100 per
etopure new $4.75
jinarily y'ou Mahogany floor base.
he Bed has all sik shade. can he
h in Mwalnut, djs ii gas or $67
re of wovan __
S ilu rrough' Card Ta
ble., with i mi tation
The Sheopping Center-11th and G Sta.i
Ea&Mbhed 1877 A. Llane, Arms.
"Bargain Basement Sale of
Such Coats at Such a Price Will .Sell
S Only Too Quickly. Dornt JNqy.'
. Some, With
If your choice is a coat with.
a rich Beaverette Collar-then
be here tomorrow early. In
0greater mnmber-the coats with i
Sbig and comforting self collars.
0The finishing touches -silk
0stitching, buttons, pockets, beltsg
-give the appearance of high-g
eIt cost coats.,g
WBlour Navy, Green,
Wool~~,~ Veor Rener
Silvertone Tan, Taupe,
gBroadeloth Black, Brown,
gMen's Fabrics Heather Mixtures
Coats at $16.
On Sale Tomorrow Promptly at 9:15
0 A. M.-Palais Royal Bargain
g -A low-very low--price for High
aGrade Blankets. - Distribution limited a
6 You see and'*feel wool-like the foundation to a
house the cot while unseen, assures long life.
Choice r of w e with borders in oolors, and .
plain Velo --n
Palais Rqial Bargain iasement.
Important "Special ots
S The Bargain Basement "buyer" ofo wnog eepin 0
Goods" returns from a flying visit to the a fiotesale
Smarkets. From here and there come n
S"specials"-on sale tomorrow' mornini:
45-inch Pillw Tubing, heavy weight, ya 45c a
81x90-inch Seamless Sheets, ready to use e4"h, $1.50 a
072x90-inch Sheets, with seam, each, . , 89C0
e45x36-inch Pillow ases, ready to use, eat., 29c
0 45x36-inch Pillow Cases, scalloped, each- 50
0 81x90-inch Hmmed Dimity Bed Spreads- $2.69
G 81x90-inch Crochet Bed Spreads, scalloped, $2.98 0
0 70x70-inch Damask Table Cloths, , $2.29 n
0All Linen Bleached Crash, yard, 33cg;
Baby Blankets, white, pair, $1.00
0 Hemmed Turkish Towels, 69c grade,- 50C
36-inch Bleached Gauze, for dusters, 20 yards, $1.00
anc P Fne Cmric M slinp a nd 19e I
Palais Royal-Bargain B3asement. * 1
"he Laginy Qaliet"y-i e"e of kge
g maktFome her ndwo thserae ofe Diaer Clth
w sigalyrofi byl thespecialmrice Tos:yt:
toxlearnh theamesis Sf"heetready"r die to ue ah 15
se9icur Seespl wiethseam c$,59 8o91-yr
45xWomn Pow asesred to use inches wil inc
U comf3fting Piw Ca se -wcllopd eade of c
U tr0imed-somed iity Bedin outieads in2.6ce
Al LinenBeed Crashoh .. yard uae 33ra
Babraker-gis, wite aizer1, andwitout00te-*
Hemme yearksh Towels, 4, gae 75c.
S36nBlace Gaetticorats, 59c yard $1.00
bot-inh Fega adbxric Msin, yArd $100o Sten
Tomrro inthePalais Royval-Bargain Basement.
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