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bllprirnt Nations File Protests at State Dtpartinent. Protest. against alleged violatiens of tsrnational neutrality practices by the Uted States government have been filed with the State Department by Imolmat=c representatives of several of *a belligerent countries of Europe. it wa learned yesterday from an official emire. The protests now are pending befoe State Department offcials and are 0p0ieing them, it is stated. The burden of the protests is that the Uhited States. through some of its egeeutive departments, has made known generally trade secrets and other in. Sor?ation relating to internal affairs of o everal countries. This information. * ft charged, has fallen into hands of enemies who hav, been able to use it to the disadvantage of the .nation reported An effort is being made, through these protests, to muzzle the American govern ment so far as reports of news on the trade of the various countries of the World are concerned. Shoutid these ef forts be a companted by success. Ameri can mercnants, manufacturers, anel ex porters would be cut off from some of the sources or inforrnation upon which they are relying for uid iII building up a strong foreign trade now and at the lose of tC r FARMERS INTERESTED IN MUNICPAL DAIRY Milk Produce: I Be O-anied Into County . sociations. Parmers in the 'ei tory tii utaiy to Washington are niufebi:g keen inter est in the oropoC. s: .I i'. tabhls, :, nUme pol or co-operat., dairy In WA shigtOi. according to re;-'t be-n, -1-il 1 Y. E. Bookeruuon-s i:t2r If In, Maryland-Vir .nIa .\lM I- cert Ae eiI - ation, wth ofrr I in 'l tiuey Ei-:d ins. Work is being :u-el Is *he Wchin ton office of the II.Irmen m preparaton for the campaign whi hi is to be begun Immediately fo' th. organization -f th milk produa' .n _al -,s.>iation. ir the various tesa . rietin:: of the executi e m"ted t" latter par' "I th- w-0. Ihir are tO be appoir. wh w' I organizat w he u( 4t rwts. Lists o' a t su lyiNI. milk t '1' 'A-s- ning . ket hale been pro h- ite h. s ben mapped - I ri: - . being p ganiers m I-- - territory. v t ' how to o". The org tt...z; to be aio r,- s owe be iI Chicago m. who rec-entl Won their tlt r 1 pr Ce DISTRICT TEAM WILL ENTER RIFLE MATCHES CvIliars DistrIt f.. epre sented a ': ri-:1 tnatches to be held ks i F'a.. October U-211 by i: s-e'eted from members of the var:o 1 ,:ubs ,, the District. This is the 1r,1 tin' in history that civilian rif:e ein ha been afforded an opport ai'nate in national matches. thee mt. nI ha'in formrny been corr.in' tI n tarv oranizations. Col. M \ Wint- r-silent of th Army and Tv 1 -, .utj' Cliu. has been appm a . f the team by the Dist r - mr *ic.ners The team wil !,a-o Washington tomo rcw afterr _. T-ose on the team are C. E. Grn e I B. ('ornwell. H . D Ruddimar: 'ook. S M. Angelo. A. Winter, Edward Strachan. J. W. Gardner, C. F. Himmr ' B. Wetherald, S. H. Weeder. I F H and, L. A. Steinkoenig, -. T. J. BsIr- I C Bunn. R R Dayton. E. G. Spekmani. H. Y Atwell, R. G Stedman. E F Gude. A. F. Johnson REDFIELD INDORSES HALF DAY SATURDAYS The proposal for a half holiday every Saturday for government clerks Is in dersed by Secretarv of Commerce Red field, who has written to the President urging the installation of the plan. The letter is in response to a memorandum issued by the Pre-ident to the head- of the departments asking them to expres their views on a letter sent to the Presi dent by Samuel Ikmpers, president of the American Federation of Labor. recom mending the idea. A majority of the Cabinet officers are understood to have repiled favorably to the proposition. and it Is expected the President will issue an executive order for the all year holiday. SANDBAG "BOMB" PROVES PRANK OF YOUNGSTERS (By the Internatieal News Service.W New Y .rk -The sandbag "bomb" which was h Ir-' from the twenty-third story window of a skyscraper upon an elevated triu nora Rectr and Church streeta early todav. causing a pani, among scores of passengers. today was traced to two little boys. who had play fully dropped it. A city-wide search had been instituted by the police, who thought this to be a new method of attacking train. Theii eloth bag, tilted with wet sand. crashed through the traIn roof wIth the effectiveness of a bomb. FARM LOAN BOARD PLANS TWO TRIPS The Federal Farm Loan Board has under consideration a plan for hearing in two sections the views of Southern farmers and businse men on how the South should be divided into Farm, Loan districts. The tentative plan provides for a trip of the board before election and a second one after that event. On the first trip the board would visit cities as far West as New Orleans and after election would cover the Texas and Oklahoma regions. The plan has not yet been fully decided upon. "AREANSAS SPECIAL" COMING. Uzhbitions Tra Will Visit Capital October 23. Pleas for entertainment of the metS hers of the "Arkansas Special" are rap Mly being formulated by the Arkansas 80eitety, of this city, and the Chamber of Commerce. The "special" which will errive in Waahington October 23, will be in tcharge of H. Mi. Gregory. rate expert et the Arkansas Railroad Commlsmin. sWetye steel cars constitute the spe b W Wich has been touring the South tits coming to this city. EE frmall parts of the State are -M siamong the contents of the ears. sh set notable exhibit. are Usn,Ue 114tt et Arkansas da=e=as from Pike a , reette Open 8:45 A. M. Close 5:3 Mail Orders Receive Prom An Unparallei Offering an Extraordinary Assortm derpriced Purchases and Garments f 4 jF 'IN of an st Co I it I pro ser fall pla wo fI I l S i 1 4 5 4 1 1 1 I , S S a a 1 a 1 8 1 I I se I S I - gegi I'm S The New Fall $2.00 All- Wool 48-inch Bla A high-grade Broadcloth that will give full measur< back, luster satiny finish, pure warranted dye, and strict] fully 25% on a much wanted staple. But we warn yox tion-no more even at $2.00 when these are gone. As l, 79c Mohair Sicilian. .. .. .. . .. .59 .... c pr-inch-Reversible M ha r. with a bright, lustrous and permanent finish. in navy blue anti blick. This is a g reat value. Remember, tne width , - inches); 79c 59# - rade. Tomorrow. per yard $2.50 50-in. Cream o Cloth, Yd............. -1 8 For wrap-. ,oats and suits; c hes wide; all wool; a .port broadcloth. in cream only; $1.850 75c All-Wool Storm n Serge, Yd.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 C Bring samples for tompa i on These are all w ol - pij"V go on sal-- toinorrllw. in navy.' bl a k. 9 myrtle. plum. red, c.; ~e value. at. vard .. ... . Second Floor-New Building-Lansburgh A- Bro. THE NEWEST MODI FALL MILLIA We Are Displaying Over a Th Exquisitely Trimmed Model At $5.00,$7.5 $10.00 Womer following buying ti millinery a reason. tive. T They ha all their and popt is repress velvet al tions, the The trirm and sily bochons, anese nc etc. In greatest ,:4 Trimmed New Yo look the them wil see elses convine< in the m Children 's and Misse In a great variety of styles, kinds and cc At 75c to $3.9 i Milh.... Sa.o-_S..... Floo. D P. M. Saturday 6 P. M. )t and Careful Attention. ed Sale of We ent of Garments at Prices which Cap th rom Our Own Well Selected Stock Gr 78 New Fall Suits or Women and Misses I Here is an opportunity that no wom )rk' this past week, and it was by far ti them are identical with the suits sellir d made in the very newest models. Al rles, in black, brown, green, navy, taul rd, serge and gabardine. Coat Suits I zt $27.50 to $39.50 Hundreds of them in every new and stylish :lel. The assortment includes suits made of spot- P of broadcloth. poplins, velours, velour checks, 0: ges and gabardines, in black, blue, and all wanted colors; fur-trimmed styles; braided 'effects and b in tailored suits; all perfectly made by expert ir rkmen; all linings are guaranteed. r Ready-to-wear Section-Second Floor-Lansburghi Dress Goods ck Broadcloths, yd., $1.50. of satisfaction, for tailored suits and dresses; twilled - y first quality and all wool. Here is a chance to save that we have only 285 yards for distribu ng as they last........................ $ 1.5 0 d Black Henrietta, 50e : 14 twills; fine. all-wool Black Henrietta; a scarce fab ric and a mighty big %alue; 75c value. At. a 50 - ya rd .. ............. ....................... $1.25 New Silk Poplin With Wool Warp ...... .0. 44nih Poplin a 1l pure ltaar Silk and Austraian W nool. 0 th most ashionabe weaves for rl Fall fire-e- shown in thirty new shade -light and dark co! - ors,. icluding black and white. 75c Gray-Mix Poplin, n 50 in., Yard ....... .. e for one-piece dresea. in gra m I e only; full FIA Inch ,s wide; only a limited quantity be quick; 7,c value. At, a yard..................... 59# 1 50 1 1,1 I i' s ~ I i I S I I I Iu I-:41 411,1 11S I I I ISI I I Io I S IN Dainty L E R Y Flanne In a sale of vast importance. the savings are worth while. Hats Flannelettc Exceptional Values Wotmen's Night Robes of 'f 9 a dored stripe e ifecte. with fan cyI a n dblue stIpes. Choice of those i who know and are the fashions are icir fall hats in our department. There's They are distinc hey are exclusive. ye an individuality Third Floor-Lansburgh own. Every new lar shape and color mnted in all velvets, id plush combina new velours, etc. nings consist of goldMohreeisyu er ornaments. ca- prhssaersosbef Chinese and Jap velties, bird wings, fact, this is the assentblage of Hats this side of rk. Come in and m over. Compare h the models you bere, and you'll be I of ou spemc ilinery world. s' Hats ~ Extra Special House 25c Playing Cards, 9c a Pack A The United States Playing Card ompany's regular quarter deck New Fail House if cards-our advertised card. ginghams. in solld Sach pack contains bridge and long and three-quari 40 score cards; choke of blue, with eontraattng col rreen, brown or red backs. iumit. trimmed; all with P packs to a buyer. very specal at $1.25 Main Fioor-Lansburgh & Bro. ihird Floor-La men s and M e Climax for Value Giving. This S ouped Together for Another Rousin $ 1 '85 All .16 15. 16t an in Washington can afford to miss. ie most remarkable purchase of the s g in our regular stock as high as $2 are lined with Goetz's peau de cygn >e, and Burgundy. Plain tailored an Vew Serge Dresses at $15.00 New arrivals are coming every day and we are oud to say it is the most comprehensive display Dresses in the city at this price. You may choose om an unlimited assortment of new and stylish odels in every wanted fall color; also many com nation effects; all are prettily trimmed and made the very latest manner; all sizes for women and isses, 16 to 44 bust. & Bro. A Distinct Novelty in Nemo "Back-Resting"-"'t Rests There is real value in this latest Nerni "Back-Resting" Corset. - A simple contrivanc supports tired back-muscles prevents and relieves back ache, induces an erect, gracefu) poise, and gives ultra-modisk fashion-lines. Of the severs. models, these are amrong th4 most notable: FOR SLERm AID M No. 350-A light-weight corset of fine material, light boning; at" 20 to 30-43.50. FOR FULL FIURU sso No. 509-A Back-Resting made with Nemo"Invisible"Self-Reduciil Strape; a perfect corset for the fal e.e1u6 but not over-stout figure-..4 FOR MM. GM FRIGURES-No. 338 is a dany Corset for really thin girls and women. Wide unboam high hip bone and make a graceful waist-line. Sies ndermuslins and !ette Garments Prices are considerably lower than regular and Night Robes 69c at .............. ne quality flannelette. in all white and dainty col ,raid trimmings: also extra size,' in prelt pink or ith collar or the surplice neck tyles: all sizes. Night Robes at $1.00. Made of extra hea quality flannelette. wvith hood; also a Na ict of other models in white and colora. Nainsook Gowns-99c. A ver' special value in Night Robes, of fine qualt nain on k. Empire yokes and fancy sleeves: prettily trimmed with dainty ) laces and embroidery. Muslin Gowns at 69. Women's Gown.-. of fine quality muslin; _Hubbard yoke; high and \neck styles trim 0 med with fine lace insertion and edges. Extra Size Gowns, $1.00. Women's extra size Gowns, of nine muslin. Hubba1-d yokes: V-necks, with fine embroid rery edges and insertions. Little Tots and B pportunity to outfit the girls at a big saving in the r these timely offerings. New Fall and Winter C asIn All Sizes From S to 14 Children's Coats of fine chinchillas; fa cloths in a variety of colors and styles. All ar some have the large collars of same mater :ollars; all are perfectly tailored throughou Midy Dleses at $ all white or with colored 0o as size or.;a variety of beatifu styls in all (luchdren's Dres models othersnwit makd yksgi size.. 6 to 14 years. Fade of heavy qualty Gaea eloh, Dresses EXTRA SPEC Dresses AI-Linen $1.25 Handkerchiefs Dreses of6 for 39c elors, stripes and checks; er sleeve models trimmed Ladies All-linen Haa srs. Some are embroidery chiefs of fine quitt mrl Atton. Sizes 26 to 46. titched and finished with i Aroldered initeal In oma burgis & dire. Main Flor-ALasburgH a sses' Coat Suits Le Represents a Number of Special Un g Monday Sale. )izes Induding Stouts 20, 36 to 44 & 37 to 51 Our Buyer secured them while in New eason. They are not job suits, but many 7-50. Every garment is perfect tailored e, and you may choose from 8 distinct d fancy trimmed suits of pqplin, w-hip The New Coats $14.95 to $49.50 Never have we displayed such an assortment of beautiful coats as we do this season. The gigantie purchase of coats we made last week brings to you the greatest values that we have ever been able to offer. Included are this season's newest stv!es in semi-fitting, belted and flare models of everv de sirable material and color. Many are fur trimmed; also included is a great variety in Salt's Fur-tnmmed Plush Coats; all sizes. There Is No Adv Corsets! IW !oulr BQCk" > inventia-tbe Having placed our orners e, self-adjusting, ales us to offer merihand e of *we would hame to a4k un~der p Mercerized Co ore ehe uatre o Advm fect silk finisG for oa. dres Hpink, an, Copenagen oa oeu dyes used a e f e -. -mc ande Kidi M eCeloe d. oe W x e ave jut ree ed ip e ltomorrow~ tm n b ,e fec w eai a r wts I . d - pink, tan, Cpenagen na.pup also a ful 1:ne of plamn PR e . S Emb'd Skirting Flannels. 19 to 26- 43,0.OA t-, M ! Pies. M si.:a a d $1..A) ,rd. - Replenish Your Ward Beautiful New Mod' Two special purchases this past week er -u t| row's shoppers. Take advantage of this oppo .notv to New VoileBlouse I VVery Specially Priced at . . . C Women's Bloue r , o! a fine quality white %ode i a num ber of pretty new mode . ith dainty lace trimmmgn . s 'ize&. GeorgetteCr A large vanety of beautiful with strpes and plids im arious . aorgttecombined with 8!ack Te Wais Deprtmet--Tirdloo-IAnsburgh &W !g Girls Hav -Yo- Started ost. Several special A 'rt Nei $7 95\ Rmmete iei i ymixtures and plain :: L in the newest models; i ials, others with velvet sILuhenZe. of fine qualityv Galatea: qaiy us ie tme :o 20 yearhs.til.Seca 5 ka. plaid a nd solid cotl r9 fo :kig bespeds tal Isg aaqrmet al 1at..once ....?Iiee ug eon n nat trie ifets or , Eachn iet coss sfc an fcente New TurkFish oweLnsg of hev ai t: gus sze; sa pe withimtil. S ecia