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Washington Special
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The "POTOMAC"
ll Dirk train Calfskin, rirtpdamlly In
Ul lulklt. The tum, qnarlrr u< llp< prr
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|MI(*?tkr top of the mrirul ?tylf,
J-JERE is one of those
special Regal values
made possible by the large
and growing patronage ac
corded by Washington
people to the Regal Shoe
Store.
Regal style, Regal qual
ity in leather, workman
ship and finish?at a price
that illustrates again the
Regal principle of selling
many pairs of shoes with
only a conservative profit
on each pair.
The REGAL SHOE STORES
REGAL SHOES Exclusively
for MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN
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1003 Pennsylvania Avenue (Cor. D Street)
(Men's and Boys' Shoes)
1203 F Street NlW. (Near 12th Street)
(Women's and Children's Shoes)
Pennsylvania
Avenue
Seventh
Street
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We Say Special--Because
They are Worth Up to $3.50
and You Have the Choice at
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Every pattern is a select one?smart designs
that will appeal to the younger element; and
more staple colorings and effects that will suit
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you conservative men
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They are carefully cut?true to size; gener
ous in proportions all over?soft cuffs.
fr ? You'll like 'em?and the price, too.
A line of Silk Four-in-Hand Scf.rt> to keep the CO
Shirts company . ; ^ * . OJJC
Prefer The Star
NEW BRITISH AMBASSADOR ARRIVES IN
WASHINGTON.
SIR AITKLAND OBDDE* AND LADY fiEDDES.
Sir Auckland Geddes to Meet
Secretary of State
Colby Tomorrow.
Sir Auckland Geddes. the new
British ambassador, and I>ady Geddes
arrived in Washington last night at
10:30 o'clock. Arrangements have
been made fer Secretary of State
Colby to receive the new ambassador
tomorrow and plan for his presenta
tion to the President at a later date.
Sir Auckland, who lias just turned
forty, is a tall, spare man, with
strong features and an omnipresent
smile. He is a Scot of few words.
81711 Irish Must Fight Owa Battle.
Declaring that In this generation there
is no Quarrel 1?-* ?* ~
Get RM if Soaplrleaa.
good. - -- " "* ""
"Similarly, tn Ireland we are trying
to provide political machinery where
by the antagonised sections of the
Irish people nan work o?t their own
Internal political salvation without
economic ruin to Irish Interests. If
It be true that It takes two to make
a quarrel, there Is. In this generation,
no quarrel between England and Ire
land. for the present generation of
Englishmen has steadfastly refused
to quarrel with Ireland. The British
government, after careful study of
the Irish question, is convinced that
now the only hope of ending that
centuries-old distemper is to place
fairly and squarely on the shoulders
of Irishmen in Ireland the constitu
tional responsibility of finding for
themselves, within the framework of
the . British empire, the solution for
their political difference*. i
Home Rale Bill Will AM.
"The new home rule bill, which
passed Ita second reading In the Brit
ish house of commons by a great
majority on March It. Is designed
with Intention to secure that and.
When it becomes operative It will
be the duty of all British subjects
who are not domiciled In Ireland to
stand uldo ?nd leave those who live
there to solve their problem. X ven
ture to add that it will also be
helpful If the many In all parts of
the world who are not British sub
jects. but are lnt?rested in Ireland,
likewise to stand aside and leave the
Irish in Ireland to (rapple with
their own political difficulties.
"It should. I think, b? known that
proposals for the secession of Ireland
from the British empire have been
submitted to the British cabinet, hut
as announced by the prime minister
in the house of commons, have been
rejected. A sufficient reason, though
only one of many. Is that strategical
ly the British Isles form one unit for
purposes of defense.
"May I. in conclusion, strike a per
sonal notsT I mi *1*4 to be bgok
In America, wfcsro I have In the past
found so many frlands. I sincerely
admire the great ?*??!*? ef the
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am. of course, British and am hers,
not to askfor '*Jors. Sat to repre
sent the Interests ef the jnaay-na
tloned British ?mplro| stllfT hops
that that will Prevent the Ameri
can people regarding me, when they
know me. as a friend who, when his
duty to his own peoples Is done, will
esteem it * rsre privilege If he Is
able In any way whatever to serve
the interests of the great nation
among whom It is his lot to find for
? time?and I hope It may he for a
long time?a home." /
Sir Auckland, accompanied by I.adv
Heddes: J. J. Broderlck. commercial
counselor of the embassy, and ("apt.
c J. Henrv, A. It. Graves and W. R.
Daw kins, embassy attaches, were met
at quarantine by Ronald Lindsay,
charge d'affaires of the British em
bassy, and Consul General Armstrong
of New York.
OwuMaier XMN* Wm Berth.
may nave received the support of the
majority in the other, but at least we
should have got rid of suspicion
breeding misconceptions.
"We are trying now, as always, to
meet the legitimate aspirations of the
dependent peoples such as those In
India and in Egypt so far as in our
Judgment is possible, without work
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NORWOOD APARTMENT SOLS.
Isaac Kushner Is Purchaser for
$50,000.
Sale of the Norwood apartment
house. 1343 East Capitol street, was
reported today. The property is a
four-story red brick building con
taining- sixteen apartments of from
five to six rooms each. The Norwood
was owned by David Baer. the pur
chaser being Isaac Kushner. While
the exact consideration was not
made known, it is understood the
price paid for the building was about
$30,000. The transaction was handled
bv the firm of Shannon & Luchs.
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Fur Storage
When yda lake off your fort
ia net lay them away and ex
pect ta find them in good con
dition next Fall.
Fart to retain their natural
luster matt be eared for and
stored scientifically.
We are prepared to give
them the proper care and store
them tor yoa.
Call Main 8300 and leave
your order before the damage
is done.
Far Repairing and Remodeling.
Stinemetz
F St., Corner 12th
Parrlera for 414 Years.
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BKBT S0IZS UD BXBL3
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?hops
Real Estate
Loans
No C?mitaiona Charged
Yen can take 12 years ta
pay off yoar loan without the
expense of renewing. 91.000
for $10 par month, Including
interest aa4 principal, half of
which is aMUcd ta redaction
of debt Larger a* saalT
loans at pr?srHsaal rates.
PERPETUALl
Braiding Ajsociatioi
y wi?i !?
Cor. Eleventh and E N.W.
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In PULL
TAMAxnn bfring conn
OMFA1TC
OadtoaeM, Ad*
Superiloua Hair, Root*
And All, Quickly Co!
I (Absolutely S?w Hoar Method)
For the first time in a hundred
years a genuinely effective method
of removing unsightly hairy growths
, has been discovered. The new
| pheiactlne proceaa doea not merely
take off the hair-enda; It actually ra
motiea the roott! It does this quick
ly and harmleaaly,. u doea not act
the
ELS OF WORK DONE
TO HALT PROFITEERING
Howard ?. Figg of Department of
Justice Heard by Senate
Committee.
Howard E. Fig?, special assistant to
the Attorney General, In Charge of
profiteering prosecutions, told the sub
committee of the Senate committee on
manufactures, which Is Investigating
profiteering, of the work of his bureau
since Its organization In reducing the
cost of food and clothing prices.
"Have they brought about any re
ductions In foodstuffs In the Dlatrlot
of Columbia?" Senator Kenyon asked
him. In regard to the work of the ad
visory board on prloes In this city.
"I would say they have prevented
further Increase." replied Mr. Flgc.
"You are speaking of yesterday and
not of today.' said Senator Kenyon.
Mr. Flgg, replying to a question by
Senator Kenyon. said he had not read
the testimony taken by the Senate spe
cial committee on the profits made by
certain retail shoe dealers In this city
Senator Kenyon read from the testi
mony and Mr. Figg said "unquestlon
ably If there were any such protlts
they should be Investigated."
Mr. Klgg said that In the country at
Idrge the department had brought
about 1.200 suits for alleged profiteer
ing: that some 3i>0 had come to trial;
In 85 per cent of them there had been
convlotlons, and twenty-five or thirty
offenders had gone to Jail.
He could not give the name of any
"big profiteer" or manufacturer who
had suffered, but said that the convic
tions were mainly of retailers.
Lient. Commander Jennings Placed
I^Ieut. Commander John C. .Tenuities,
attached to the I*. S. S. Edsall, lias
been assigned to the U. S. S. Bulmer.
now being fitted out, and will com
mand that vessel when it is com
missioned.
KEEP IT SWEET j
Keep your stomach
sweet today and ward
off the ihdigestkm of j
tomorrow?tty
KMioiDS
the new aid to diges
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tion?as pleasant
and as safe to take
as candy.
MADE BT SCOTT ft BOWN1
RAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION
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Reduction Sale
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Spring Millinery
ALL WEEK
Hats of Characteristic Smartness
in the newest shapes and shades.
Formerly Priced $10 to $40
Sale Prices,
$5 to $25
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Vacuum Cup Tiras and "Ton Tested"
Tubes are hifh priced, assuming that
quality and high prices naturally go
together.
To the
prtcsd, das to *
qvaBty at
Compare these prices ? ?tandmrdimmd net
and uniform throughout the United
States?with thoee of ordinary makes.
Pay no more for Pennsylvania products
?do not expect them for less.
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ucbad to MCh cuing :
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