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"No Ice Today"
"No ice today/' is the morning: greeting: to the iceman
lots of mornings when he knocks on the kitchen door of the
home where the housewife has been so wise as to purchase a
Economy of ice is a wonderful help these hot, sultry days.
You can always feel perfectly secure?you know that your
milk and cream will be fresh and sweet and everything cold
Now, here's the great help that a Leonard grves to the
housewife?by keeping- the "left-overs" from day to day, it helps
her solve that heart-breaking problem of high food costs. Tryit?you
can prove it with a few weeks' use of a Leonard.
To answer that question you've been asking: in your mind,
"A Leonard is not expensive." It costs even less th^n the ordi?
nary kinds, even though it has the wonderful seamless porcelain
lining that is "as easily cleaned as a china dish."
Come down to Mayer's Lifetime Furniture Store tomorrow
and see the big Leonard at $59.75, the smaller one at $33.75,
and the small ones from $12.00 up.
iMi IV1AY Csl
HMlfir* Seventh Street Between D E
The Clearance Goes On
These prices; you will realize, are end-of-thesummer
prices?instead of first of July?which
makes them of all the more importance.
j |j ?All Suits in Two Groups?i
(Except Full Dress and Tropical)
t Mode modeled; and Mode made?concededly the finest
Clothing in America.
, $45, $50, $55 (tQO CA
and $60 Suits yvvtwU
$65, $70, $75, $80 C>I7 CA
and $90 Suits | .DU
Mode Shirts ?Mode Pajamas?
Finest of Silk Shirts; _ , ,
splendid patterns. Were Grades that were $3$13.50.
S15 Of $3.50 and $4,
and $16.50 An
3 for $28 / %J
Finest of Madras and
Silk Linen Shirts. Were Grades that were $4.50,
andW..5.7 $4.69 $Sand$l?
3 ,or 5,3 $3.95
Plain \\ h i t e Cheviot
Shirts with collars attach
> ?ji j ed or neckhands.
Werc $2.65 ~~ Underwear?
Mode Shirts in Crepe, Mode Checked Nainsook
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.viaaras, etc.; our special smrts ana urawerb?ar:ipatterns.
letic cut. Clear- /
^50^ $2.79 ance at, each... O 9 C
3 for S8 51-35 a Su,t
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Cut Silk?our exclusive patterns and QA
shapes O" C
$1, $1.50 and $2.00 Grades 3 for $2.50
; Experienced Advertisers Prefer The Star
Reform Element Gains New
Success, But Uprising of
Troops Is Feared.
PEKING, July 5 (by the Associated
Press).?Militarist elements received
another defeat iate last night, when
Gen. Hsu Chu-Cheng, resident commissioner
of Inner Mongolia and commander
on the northwestern frontier,
was relieved of those posts.
The mandate by which he was retired
from his duties unounced he had
been made a retired generalissimo and
will receive a pension of 1.000 taels
monthly, but this is considered here
as a step intended only to "save the
face" of the general.
This dismissal demonstrates the
strength of the reform party headed
by Gens. Chang Eso-L.ing and Wu
Pei-fa. it is believed here, and the
Anfu group, of which Hsu Chu-Chcng
was a leader, which suffered a severe
reverse on June 30, when Chow-Sho
was selected as premier, will be still
further ousted from power by the announced
intention of the government
to deprive it of the ministry of communications
in the new cabinet.
The dramatic dismissal of Hsu ChuCheng
startled this city and gave rise
to apprehension of an uprising by
troops under his command, who are
still in Peking. Many people have
hurriedly deposited their valuables in
foreign banks, and there is a feeling
akin to i^jic. Officialr__however, are
not perturbed by the swuation.
District of Columbia ? Probably
showers late tonight and tomorrow;
gentle to moderate southerly winds.
Maryland?Probably . showers late ]
tonight and tomorrow; warmer to- j
nighf in west portion; gentle to mod- j
erate southerly winds. j
Virginia?Showers tonight and to- I
morrow in west portion; warmer to- j
mgni in norm portion: showers probable
late tonight and tomorrow in
past portion; gentle to moderate
winds, mostly southerly.
West Virginia?Showers tonight
and tomorrow: warmer tonight.
Records for Twenty-Four Hours.
Thermometer?4 p.m., 79; 8 p.m., 73;
12 midnight. 64; 4 a.m., 63; 8 a.m., 67;
12 noon. 68.
Highest temperature, 79, occurred
at 4 p.m. yesterday.
Lowest temperature, 63, occurred at
4 a.m. today.
Temperature same date last year?
Highest. 93: lowest, 74.
Barometer?4 p.m.. 29.99; 8 p.m..
29.99; 12 midnight, 30.02; 4 a.m., 30.05;
8 a.m., 30.08; 12 noon. 30.06.
Condition o> the Water.
Temperature and condition of water
at 8 a.m.?Great Falls, temperature,
75; condition, SO.
(Compiled by the United States coast
and geodetic survey.)
Today?Low tide, 5:42 a.m. and 5:59
p.m.; high tide, 11:15 a.m. and 11:46
Tomorrow?Low tide, 6:37 a.m. and
6:43 p.m.; high tide, 11:57 a.m.
The Sun nnd Moon.
Today?Sun rose 4:48 a-m.; sun
sets 7:37 p.m.
Tomorrow?Sun rises 4:49 a.m.; sun
sets 7:36 p.m.
Moon rises 10:26 p.m.: sets 9:52 a.m.
Automobile lamps to be lighted onehalf
hour after sunset.
I p-Rlver Waters.
HARPERS FERRY, W. Va? July 6.
?The Potomac and Shenandoah rivers
were both clear this morning.
Weather in Various Cities.
3 Temperature, oc 3
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[* 5 st ? weather.
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Abilene, Tex. 29.84 100 70 .... Pt.cloudy
Albany ...I. 30.00 70 58 .... Clear
Atlantic City 30.08 78 04 .... Cloudy
Baltimore .. 30.08 83 04 .... I't.cloudy
Bismarck ... 30.04 76 58 Cloudy
Bostou 30.02 78 60 .... Clear
Buffalo SO.(JO 66 60 .... Cloudy
Charleston .. 80.03 84 76 .... Pt.cloudy
Chicago .... 39.74 73 06 0.38 Cloudy
Cincinnati ..29.86 80 66 .... Cloudy
Cleveland ...39.92 70 62 ..? Cloudy
Denver 30.10 82 56 Clear
Detroit 39.88 76 64 .... Clear
El Paso. Tex 29.78 100 70 Clear
Galveston .. 39.88 SO 82 Clear
Helena 30.14 78 44 Pt.cloudy
Jacksonville. 30.02 93 76 Clear
Kansas City. 39.76 90 66 0.24 Cloudy
bus Angeles. 29.96 78 58 l'oggv
Louisville ...29.86 88 70 0.03 Cloudy
Miami, tta.. 30.04 88 76 0.76 Clear
New Orleans. 39.94 92 76 Clear
New York ..'30.06 76 <14 Clear
Oklahoma .. 39.80 94 68 0.01 Cloudy
Philadelphia. 30.06 80 68 .... Clear
Phoenix, Ariz 39.78 108 72 Clear
Pittsburgh .. 39.94 76 62 I't.cloudy
Portland. Me 30.03 76 60 .... Clear
Portland, Ore 30.10 82 38 Clear
Salt Lake C. 39.96 82 Ko .... Clear
San Antonio. 39.84 no 76 Rain
San Diego .. 39.92 70 60 Cloudv
S. Francisco. 39.90 60 02 .... Cloudv
St.Louis 29.72 82 70 0.01 Cloudy
St. Paul 39.78 68 58 0.10 Rain
WASH.. D.C. 30.08 79 63 .... Cloudy
The Flapper," Olive Thomas' latest
pictures which is being shown at
Loew's Palace Theater this week, is
a study in precocious girlhood, its
heroine being a carefully reared
young woman who pipes for the
wickedness of the world, becomes involved
with a band of crooks who
make her their fence, so to speak, intrusting
their booty to her care in
the hope of recovering it later and of
averting suspicion because of her
natural innocence. It is an interesting
if improbable compound of
screen production and yet entertaining
ADDS TO CABINET"PAY.
PARIS. July 5.?The chamber of deputies
today voted an additional indemnity
of 20,000 francs a year for cabinet ministers
and 15,000 francs for secretaries of
state in recognition of the increased
cost of living.
The vote, which was taken by the
raising of hands, was almost unanimous.
A simple dinner detail that
compliments your guest
PARADISE SPRING COMPANY
Bran*wick, Maine Cincinnati, Ohio
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Colds and La Grippe
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Lynch Negro Mail Clerk.
ENTERPRISE. Miss., July 6.?James
Spencer, a negro postal clerk, who
seriously stabbed Otho Parker, a
white postal clerk, on the New Orleans
and Northeastern mail car Frir
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day, was taken from the officers who
were taking him to Quitman for trial ^
and lynched. The officers and their r
prisoner were met by two automobile ( ,
loads of masked men outside of En- eav
terprise and the neero was take-n ere<
from them without difficulty. 3d <
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Cave-In Buries Twenty.
[EXICO CITY. July 4.?About twen
sons wore buried alive when dugrou
Sab Pedro de Eos Pinos. near her
ed in. Ten bodies have been reco1
1. The victims were members of U
Cavalry Repiment and their familie
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A French chemist once collected
enough iron from human blood to
ty make a finger ring, which he wore as
ts a talisman.
e. At Alto CYucero. in Bolivia, water
v- freezes every night throughout the
te year, while at noonday the sun is hot
s. enough to cause actual suffering.
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