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PTISEMEN.
$3
.Ou
Round Trip
BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
NDAYS
.,. ? slarn U ,?l>"1 ?
?^"?M . M?.
I
.. - ? 4
Pennsylvania R. R.
BOABD OF TRADE SITPPORT
PLEDGED TO PRESIDENT
?Mtsmsstio. ta Baeb I p \n? \lea?ure?
I guard \menran Interests
????1 a
ippart
... 'i as .ieem it
r. to protect the
?ta of
The ho?ni also approved of the ?:?*
1 ?
-adaptability.
-- be
n g
ni revenue
and
?>rd as op
t??e? '
'.' ?
" ?,, minatory
as adopted cal;
concur in the
.
rtienaseat
t? *he 5 on
TA?SCHER SAILS
WITH VON IGEL
Pair Indicted in Dyna
mite Plot Leave with
von Bernstorff
GADSKI'S HUSBAND
GETS SAFE CONDUCT
Kept His Departure Secret
?Singer Weeps as Liner
Sails Away
liai ? lausche:, hesband ,,; Mme.
Johanna GsjflBlBJ - BgflBt of 'he
Kriipn ntcrsata ). and
gel, former secretary
von Papen, botii ind
-
antai .... ,iB\ ,,n the
:
? \
Tail?
ing a
..?ne o d net
-
party pub - morning.
Nor ?i n ? h
the Frederk VIII
were astonished when he !.. |
the real ? them
iioodby.
H
"l have a sa'
Tau?chei'. tapping his breast po. ?
Mme. (?adalsi in Tear?
Mme. Ga
husband farewell aboard the liner.
"He just war-.
Fatherland," said the s'.ni*er. "He ha<
l'On A l.l.MITKD TI.MK OXI.V
Neverbreak Professional
Wardrobe Trunks, .$20
henomeiU? increase in cos*, of raw nialerial
it impossible to continue the production of
ok of thi.? character to retail at such low i
E |?;?? lent supply is exhausted we cann<>!
??peat this offer.
Hard fibre covered; heavy vulcanized
binding; fitted with iteel bumper
Prawera are made of solid
ood, and the patented gwinging
trolley ha.- six 5-ply veneer hanger?
Broadway at :'4th St.
d to b? *her? ever -ince th?
*'i. Now he is foinr. to stay
* Il ov,r. I uon't know what
?toing ??, o. 'here Bfl - |
the re??-.-,?. -, ? u know, and ne is
forty-nine years old. ?o I ?:?
1 to do ??-:
?
'o w?ihii g'v". .? daj
tor h. a ...
- . ?
"Th? ger.'lemer of tbfl Stat?
Partn.. courteous
-
bin ...?i? a?
Mi? in b?i? ,,'. ' oar. ? on
itsfl* sad tb? ar ?* ?
and your nv.
.ater"*" aba 11
"No. mother and I will rein?
the protection a.-, tb? ? - and Stl
and ss ? >| ...
on."
Krupp ? R?ame?? Here *?-nall
?'? - I ' ? nme at sou: fatl
-
a kiupp? ai?
| a ?.'eat oea! o** ?
ry ju?t noss."
Vea (gel, s,,;i P-,?*?>i format pr.
?n Taus
aa . ss?? ?,???? Dj a>r bono
I
?
- he Wl
? i ?? adfli..?
- o.l bflld 'r.?' ne
-
K ssas condu
i . paraesei
? ? ?
? s
and a rcpi
? 'il ?- I.esy, cent
? ,
Hand,
i |
bond
an Igel wai
? r, Mi?" iad
m ssere not drop*:
BttBI
WOODS AIDS HUN
FOR MISSING GIB
Ruth Cruger Kidnapp
by Man in Auto. Par
ents Believe
ireomstan
?
M ?ger. aet/fl
tffater of Mr. si
.-?
Comm
sioner Wood iterdfl - imed n*
? .
and assigned
H*e.
Th?- I
?
wbo ?i a poblii
rel Termin
Building, ha? hired priva*. .
hunt.
I.a?t Trace of (.irl
Mr. and Crtagci
Monday morning, '.?avine Rath and h<
two
old, and Helen, tsventy-thre?. ?n char*
of th? house Helen Wfl
Tuesday morning and Kuth w>
grocery, sashed a i |25 an
purchased ?om<* ?urpiie?. She Ifl
had luncheon with Chriatina i
Apart
Beins; te have hei
?
and Man! ?
her il I'elecl
? ???1 of her.
In .. ?-_'?
?
- r rushed home |
?
I Bureau. Mr
? that his ?..
him ef a p-seulier seearrenefl Be* ?ra
c ?vas on b?
'? |
? i ?
i?.
B.? - on her way up *he -tip
leading to Riva r
Street, the mid
b) a n 'd man. who int-ited bei
rids
ing near 'h>* eorb. Sh? became fright?
ened, she "?aid, and hurrie?!
church. Mr. i ruger
of description of
the man fior
Hum in Mount \ ernon Fails
s - ? her oaren's though
girl had gon?
?
bfl had r,ot been ?een there
- (rugar ifl ??escribed a? B
-? tail and ?**e:ghing IN r
She ha? darai hair and -rjfflfl snd a
pr-mman' dimple ifl her rh:n. Sh?
?? --. a hrnHi|.br"r?i?H Macs velvet
i ?ailor hat. a wliltfl ahii*t waist, blue
..-.-? ikirt, high black blueher ?hoes
arwt a latas*, blaeb roa*, trimm?
--?.-.? also wf>re a fr
and a ??al ring hearing the
emblem sf tb? Wadleigh H:e'*i 5
C?-ariua*ed last -pring.
? ontinuing Today and Tomorrow the
Semi-Annual Sale of Saks
Suits for Men
Reduced from $40? m. $35,
$33, $30 and $28
Now $23
1 hc-c suits arc the exclusive producl of 'lie Saks Tailoring
zation. The variety of Fabrics, colorings and models is
??? good, affording ample selection for nun oi almost even
typ their preference radical or conservative. I onsiderin;
ormal scarcity of woolens, a better opportunity to save
a high-grade suit has seldom been known.
A Small Charge fat Alterations.
iw., ?aks ?^Company ? ?*<* *? -?
ML
GERARD TO SAIL
ON FEBRUARY 27
Will Leave Spain Aboard
the Infanta Isabel. Due
Here March 13
PLANS TO ARRIVE
IN PARIS TO-DAY
Americans at Berne Con?
tinue Rush for Passports,
but Delay Departure
? - rie Paris. ?
l'orme:* AfhsSBBSOr Gerard ??.ho?? of
t i?ar?\ sai ?o?- been i?du>?
? - ? ? ?? Bti ?iJ st? te?
ar that he prehal
- ? . ? -1
. ina*aj H?
P-?n? ta lail ??n Febraa
?t| itatSSBaa D lofante Isa
?
Mr. Gers * seco ^paniej by
the catire
Wet
Ci rl try. who soi
Th? Hg|
* who
'.
i.itt ni Isfafljaes
I
-,-,,., Parii,
most of ihem on ?he
cludei - - ? j. ? . ?
?Blbai - -tau
and Mi . h.d
iina: Dl dilwaukee:
King Da i| New
Vork Di Kalter Wi.'Aw Clerelend;
i arl Ackerotan and family, lad -.- ?
Dreher aad ? laura
? ahorna; ?laymen
Pet? u ter, Vi?, Lai
1 , ? '? StOl II-.-- BOfl1 ,i,
liflfl ? ?'
DC?, Kan r,ence?.
wh te,
-.?.. Fra I *- ?hen?.
Mar? Haltoi-.. Iowa; A
leeeph '*v- i ?
Theodor? 54 Lea ?
\v. Daao, ? ice 1
I'hila
?
???. Dr. Charlei Heary Abbot
and fai
I.-.rr. ?.
!:*rter.
at. A I. Jenning ill?
lei
*
- ? . Henry
A. U ?rii-a'ii Ra'.ir.oie: D
Si N If
Un, H
.
\lm?.?t Ml l.oinf* lo Spain
?
applie?! ?hrough thfl American Legation
i"or -'?-? UflevSJ? ' a few
lead .? ' ?
procer? i ?v age
???-.erica".- here. Many
. their fli con
ir thfl presen! to be our?-.de Ger
rrany.
An additional influx of American?
asyeeted te Say, inc'uding many
coBsals, bat It is now announced that
lh< ? rraw.
? New
- take?
?
.1 red" zone.
Other Americans Who Left
Germany with Gerard
? I V ? . , i i
left Bar ?.-.,? ' * ?erar?,. In
?
Itail und those mentioned la dispatches
frOBl Herr-e. are:
F. Schumacher. <
0. it. Pfl-jg. Me*a Wiater, G?raldine de
?v and mo*her. Ella *V:ght and
mother, Vivian Stonaer and mother.
Mrs. Relia Lehman*, and the eh lid rea;
nembera consular ?en-ice. R. G. ?Taten
C. vor. *-'ruvo; member* O? American
A. Var F.wevk. Mr? R. M
-other and si*rer. Dr. Ahhott, Dr
E. E. Elliott, P M Pe?
'?-; Eedcries and Mar?ha ri? or
Americans in Germany
Urged to Remain There
Perlin. Feb. II (?ria London. Feh 14 .
An appeal to American? in Germanv
not to become alarmed and to conduct
B*BB?Beeees mt Bsaal is contained in
? e- weekly bulletin of the Berlin Amer?
ican Association of Commerce and
Trade. It sa* ?
?'American? resident in Germany
should always bear lo I " "?g the
present war that reports an?i laforflM?
? , eg Genaaa --.-??
th? freater sari ' h rough cables and
- - - ?'lo?*.- ?sg-.ng war on
? *
,-.-? treaty
tahs ,: -ain of
"?Ye eaaael kno- . what
:-. an?! certainly cannot
kno?* ? nteatiei i she aie
?. the gi
men' Bl tl I -we?.
"A* *h.e ptnaaoi time we eaaael
any reason why American? ?ho-:
come alarmed or hysterical aad B8BJ ? I
or abandon their basis? -, Estai
penonnel
liAeulti? ia re?
ef and many yaott of al'iable !a
"N'o matter how ?!?? ial B may
p helifl ? ssericaafl la
- SB?" whfl cot?':
proper!) and einem pertly will have
g to tear ? no wav b<
-bed. The treat) of 1 T'.'i? (lets I
Prunaia and the Uflited State?, ?
as s?he? . . - ' flea the two
pat ? ? ?retortion te
- ? ?. coun
Thfl
? i
demi?
Oalj time or
r.ember? of th? \
licrlin, which ia <yi,te nu
meiou?. have left lierman-.. ?r.
remaining American? thfl GerflMfl
I pit? ale ?pp**-- flrtl fl| ,
?heir i -nal lou'ine.
FORD PACIFISTS STILL ACTIVE
Will Get Mones Hereafter irom Kur.i
pein Organi/ation?
The Hague, Feb U I? s an:.., .
? ? iiember? hi Holland,
-?land. Norway. Sweden ard ]'
mki? of th* now di?b?nd.*d Ford
?ral conference I ion? medi?
ation will seal .?.bora:? 'o?
peaie The ? ? in a
raer? ??-.???-. . ? , , ? . Fora
. <?? 'eien. r , ? ~ ?
be ah'aine?. from European paer" >
?,*- ? -.i. j
German Defied by Gerard
Has an American Wife
Counte?.** Montgelas Daughter
of Former Member of L. S.
Consular Service?Married in
Grand Rapid? in 1908
"1 tec Meets*
r.?..? Is Bel ? r.gdom come Bad
IS - .' ' ? * per
:::??? tiiabesi . lei ? ?erar.1
-aid on iii*- ? iwit ? rlan.i sfter
?
I
_- -
* ?
siga ? ff. t, whi like /
B?-r-?-.!"r rr.n" eh an Ar
ss oman. fi.s *?.ife was
I' -
? ill
?
a ? Milan,
I
.- naae Km m
ing .? riatfl si
:- iti.i
rbeasai -T l l*Bi -
i
...
?
of tne Hksaria:. . l -
Bireraity el
Montg
?-r.r.g 'he ?ierman fore;.;
! -. 1 ? ??
: .a' \V a-l. ?ig' I
logis.j. Following hi? recali
\ I
< i?l \ I IDOI I'll MONTI.Kl ?*?
?
in.
Mi -
?our.* Gran ?
?lph Elliti, o: l h cag
I
-
Germany Warned
by Scandinavians
in U-Boat Protest
Norua*,. Sweden and Denmars
Firm in Defence of
Neutral Rights
l,o ir'a * open
lent repot*- that Ser
day handed ta I
? ? .
iennaa*- and
1 a-Hurgnt ? g al! re?ei.
g tb<
I iSJi ?. Th?
communication ha?
been is
??.tee'ion t?
? ?? ' -'lie? of
?ona'. law which might be inv
support of mea . 1
? the prevention of all commerce
and all navigation with tb? enemy are
tbeee relating to a r.aval blockade.
"The note affirms that no bi?
en?, ha? the r-ghr. ro prohibit -
ful navigation througi MB ?
eh ai- ? cry d
many eoaiti
only
., ?
? neutral ihip
at mal , ittempt to rio
-
brough* befen -? con?
formity with tr.. .-? ? ? .n.-.
"Tia- |
-.?rd to the measures ?
. '??real dan| ira, be
great
far neutrals' ?ubie?' been
?
r^e of the war.
"On the ground
rth i
- igaiast
?
?
i ega:
from ? ?
MAINE SUNK 19 YEARS AGO.
VETERANS WILL MARK DATE
lau?. Will >ound Tn-nighi B| < olumbu?
Circle Memorial. roll?i?ing Parade
N Bare b at!
ilon-n up a
ifl Has ana Harbor. Soon ?
? a- pliingr :
To ' g
. ? ?
nonument, at th? Columbus
a
.
monument base. Ma
Simm?
ted Spa ?Var
. : . ? 'ath on
?he raenufla?
ee will be conduced b
memorial and
' ?
-.1 Spanish War Vet?
erana. Can]
New York ? ??
rill fern
A i m o ?
I
Food Dictator for Prussia
r
peeial eomm
Ov?
-
? - ?
? '
Beginning today and continuing Frida> <?v Saturday
710 Pairs ?Men's Shoes
Reduced to
100 Pairs are <?{ genuine imported pigskin
610 Pairs are of tan and black. Russia cal?
r These sIhjcs an made over the newest narro*'
and medium l;i*-t *-.. They were not made especial!}
for *?.il?"*s purposes, but rather t?? meet the exact?
ing requirements of ?? discriminating clientele.
?T The pit?/?kin shoes are in mahogany, and tlms.
in Russia <'.'iii' are obtainable in tan or '?lack. All
- included, every pair fitted with improved
S;ik*? elastic I" els. All si? - 5th H
\X c shall aho present
Army Officers' Trench Coats
?V
at $55
? Th erial,
worionanahip and ?i?-i;rn?as is now befog worn in
tho Urenchea bj British ' Both wind and
aterproof. Made of khaki color -gabardine, li
with oil silk and fitted with detachable lininj
kam?-! CaOth.
Broadway at 34th Stirrt
ACCUSED AS THIEF
OF NAVY SECRETS
German. Inventor Asserts.
Attacked Him, Threat?
ening Death
"CONDENSER" PLATES
IN PERIL. HE SAYS
KleinberjJ Held in Heavy
Bail on Complaint of
William Dubilier
V
:.tended fa
?
?
-
-
?
Itl
. ?
?
-*ur?? -.*,-. \ev Inn.'io,!
Kc.ieral number
??. ?-:nberg'? :
BOfflBflBiat h?
he!.? i that he ha?
tea State
ru .N'ir? govern
rated ?
.t
?? French an<i Bnti?h
g Of the
? ran I' boat
.re. called
?or bu?inea? ..??oc?ate
rod that Dnbilier ntner
? :?.g in hi?
you."
?BffB te b?- heard by
I a: him. The charge
? feloaioa? a??ault. and
i ?V ? l el M,*
, - nation o*? Monday.
the la?t
? en trying
:o!e.s? con
?
,e had been
me ?. ?r h Se, -r
u ,-?>? il aaseai *???
hi*n
*?a?> lie Wa? Vttaiked
Magi?.
Kleinberg
rhea he .?-?e?. over
Pub -
- ?'. kle.r.
hefore
?: ?vhile at
?r al
down
- lekfl him.
lid kill 1 h? didn't
? ? ?ye?
ole affair
taen ?w and ai clveii
*',?)n after
and De
? aptaia Tunney'?
? spei - ?- the p??-'
I reporte.,
-t p?o'
;
?,!. however, in hold
???,? the
?esistaat I Bitad
.1 ' nald regardiag
- ?a, ere
I ia K'.ein
berg's p? -
?skiks ?^Company
Broad
Announce an Important Oflermi" toda\ ol
Women's Serjje Dresses
at .S15
Smart but simple frocks,
? fleeting Fashion's ne** ?
ote for Spring, man
tailored m serge that re?
tails a! $1.75 I yard.
I mi'*? and bottom of skirt
i re trimmed w itli ron i of
?ilk stitching in contrast*
?h- color, I .in? ?1 t?i 'sai-.!.
To !>< had m \a\\ oi
Black, in si? - ::i to ?4.
t
?. n;
:: ?
14?
?"
200 Heatherbloom Petticoats
Specially Priced at $1
The* Heatherbtoorn label is attached to every one
e fine gi . and they may be had in ?"lid
Brown, Green, Tan and in Black
and White Plaids with floral pattern in colon.
Also?Rcmai ?(able Values in
Women's Undermuslins at $2
Envelope chemises and drawer rnmhinatiotia. of
nainsook, in six ?'harming styles, trinuned with wide
or narrow lace, or with lace and embroidery motif.*?.
New Models in Women's
Boots at $8.50, .$9, S10
V*. ill lie pn-s-mted today on the second floor.
i=. ~TV
f~
^N
i
\ - t \? -4 * -2 A
The b ?'.?/ are tl rrd in taahion
abk ear for women. They an <'\iT?.?ive Saki
d design?-?! to
meet th? criminating client
Mr de! 1 loi
ikh
Mcdel 2 a but kaldfl top
Model 3 risa ? ?Men brown vamp with buckskin top
? match. Same mode? may also b? had in I.ur
dy with buckskin top to match.
Model 4 | Nil Bock in the much wanted shade
oi bull. This model may also be had in white.
. ? 3 VVidtln AA to TV

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