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Start Tomorrow to Swartzell, R1 jfk March 15th will be t, our plan.. Making the re by SYSTEM SAVING. $50 a month and receive and you will enjoy watc Our office will be op< SVYARTZELL, MVCN TWENT < THE H Commencing tomorrow. t Store Ho IHfflNHMMiSillBH Two Month Comes Men's 4 .1 1 . Athletic 1$ Nainsook Pin Chech Silk Stripe Madras Cross Bar Madras S A remarkable sal S full and roomy. Evi j| 50. We'll be busy. Raleigh 1109-11 F HART SCHA] J. THILMAN HENDRICK, Director. Am an Investment broker of lonf experience Mr. Hendrick bringn to the directorate of Ill ' this bank a keen knowledge || ?f reneral and local trade || condition* and markets. He Is || pertleolsrir well fitted to pass || npon investments and finanfl cial affairs. We Pa SECURITY WASHTNGTOI ! Corner* o1 l&V. TOOEBJUHm Save $5, $10 or $25 a Month Under the Laaot* fir Unncav Plan UCC1IJ ML 1KUa IHU of ?iD\iyp he first day you may oiart saving under solution to be among the first to benefit You may choose to pay $5, $10. $25 or interest on each payment at 6 per cent, ; ? ... ning your investment giuw. en from 8:30 to 6. Rheem ??Hensey Cq "V UVEN. nrTUMTH STRUT ~Wcahinrtfin,$).C, ATIONS HOME TOWN t urs: 8 AM. to 6 P.M. ts Ahead of Time I This Sale of 1 _ to tn i_ <p? 1 5 "^,= lO O I Union Suits I'69 I B 3 for $4.73 I i Genuine Soisette m Silk Stripe Meek S Silk and Cotton 1 e in more ways than one. All cut H erv size, even to extra sizes?34 to m GET IN EARLY. jj Haberdasher Pennsylvania Avenue ?FNER & MARX CLOTHES % For confidence ||[ Telling you about the men-who stand in back of this bank is our way of pointing out, not generally, but specifically, how deserving they are of the confidence you place in them. It is our way of getting you bet- . ter acquainted with the men who at all times are waiting to be friends with. you. Y 3 Per Cent Infer erf r SAVINGS AND R A KIV COMMERCIAL DAllN ?*8 LARGEST SAVINGS "BANK f 9th and G Streets LD *3TATEBiTU?A3UimaUJ>EHVriI0N JJ? ?w nnnnBmnang^^f ^ 1 -^iT&Trav (Copjriflit. 1921, by thr Iut CALLS J. T. C. TO i (National Phot. &jjj0'& ?^wQaaLltJ^^ y.--- '* v MBaBg ***mMiM~;,.. -x v^ SSBB* B9SBB: Ii'apt. Hendley and tbr Tmvelogue Roy > I turn b?lnf?n fhe Treasury Washington. ? j J. T. C. Girls and Boys: What do j you think. Capt. Arthur J. Headley or the Traffic Squad in Washington j wants every hoy and girl in the Ju- 1 nior Travel Club to help keep, traffic straight by keeping two rules themI selves. Capt. Headley has a big job J here in Washington, and he calls upon our club everywhere to help, for j as he said to me; "If this is a Travel Club, of course, you are interested in traffic, which is a big problem in every city and getting bigger. Now there are two rules I that should be universal and the JuI nior Travel Club can do wonders. Here is rule one. Girls and Boys: "One. when you step off a curb look to the left always. "Two. when you get to the middle of the street look to the right al- I ways." I said to Capt. Headley that sounds easy, but he said thousands of people do not dot it. If they would many accidents would be avoided. You see that plan would give you a look at anything coming either way. T told him I would ask every member of the Junior Travel Club to help in this, and I want you to tell everybody you know. Capt. Headley said he would like to change the name of our club to Junior Traffic Club, which would leave the.-same initials but I told him we could not do that. Now everybody altogether on this and also do not play in the street. The Cantain showed me the "light house" between the Treasury and the White House. This light flashes day and night at one of the busiest corners in Washington during certain hours. Just think this over J. T. C. members! Twenty thousand children under the age of fourteen years are killed in accidents of one kind or another every year. The figures show more children die for accidental reasons than from epidemic diseases. Write me about the traffic in your town and organize to keep the two rules Capt. Headley gives the Junior Travel Club. RUSSET- L. BURKE. The Travelog Boy. P. S.?Who knows if Ben. Franklin's grave is marked and if Robert E. I-ee was ever offered the command of the Union Army? WOULD CENTRALIZE WORK p"AO*iAn ?? PAntpftl Hoarincr house and directive agency for civic and patriotic organizations throughout the United States will bo the object Of a' convention of the National American Council, which will meet at tho New Willard Hotel tomorrow. Dr. David Jayne Hill will preside at the convention. The principal topics of discussion will be elimination of waste of time, effort and money through the duplication of effort on the part of societies; establishment of standards for Americani_ zation work; creating better fraternal relations with foreign-born residents of the country; general improvement of all systems tending to raise the standard of Americanizing foreign-born immigrants and settlers Iin tliJs country. Among those who will speak at the convention will be Charles D. Orth. president of the National Security league: CoJ. P. W. Galbraith, national commander of the American Legion; Samuel Gompers. president of the American Federation of !,a- I bor, and Secretary Fall of the De- I nartment of the Interior. | BRCCEWOOD The long-point roll collar with the exi elusive lock-front i feature. KARL ft WluSgfj --v m5BB5BH , > fVJ po usseiTQHB P^Mm is R?6. U.S. WTENT OFFICE _ _ | Silm ernaiional Syndicate.) j?? ? AID TRAFFIC. _ ^ it Ikr "Fla*hlnjr l.lKhthounr," at the ? and the White Home. 9 m I l *1111 When rx, . ? m ? Daily iel< arrived, fo plays exac The Heifetz. TirttAM *r/Mi VV11V11 Victro demonstra Vi< \ Victor Tal Cai " i ' ' vel Clubites Want to ;v (now About White House , bert 1 >ove joins the Junior Travel | i nn?l writes that lie wants nit* to; a letter on nature I am *soinn i 0 to the Department of A*ricul- T and see what 1 can find There .s *' K to be a Hobby Show at the \ . A. the last of March and 1 know \ p boys who are going to have t r hobbies on hand such as tree j es. butterflies an things like s Maybe you can arrange to go. I therine Wold asks nie about a linn in the southwest that 1'ncle r once had a fence a rot;'eh but she t 1 not t11 me exactly what build-J ITir TTIT i71 ;; rt nv VJ 5^5 First Ws 365 success u i upon tne recon medium-priced, that takes you t m POTOM/ 1111-13 14th St IV' ; :'% ' *' . /'^" , ? T / i-feiietz arrive* egraph said in llowing his re< tly like them." Victor Record: He is still abroa play his Victoi las $25 to $15 ted at all dealers ;tro n??. vt9i r?i, wpf king Machi nden, New Jersey UK slit* means. Where is the building ou mean? . co The reason for the two colors of at he stone oti the Washington Monu- be nent. 1 am told, since Kvelyn Crome- ' ap in wrote and joined the club, is that gr t took so long to finish it. They got tr t up to where you see the line be- ] ween dark and light and it was years | ind years before the work started i n main. m Since the inauguration there have g< con many letters asking about the i th Vhite House and if 1 ever see Mr. ! larding. No. I have not set n him 1 ance the inauguration, hut the Whit* louse grounds are open now and that >? ?-#-r:aiiuy nrw > .n>"ui tm- ^ oiling on Kastrr Sunday. I know a, ?! ! * will be a crowd. vi David Anderson wains inc to write ;l? 5555 5555 55 55 55 55 5555. ishingfon Anni of the |||||p ful days that reflect a i of this sturdy and de car (magneto equippt here and brings you had iC SALES CO ? xGr i&fSznLk pT 4 ?M T /\M/4/\M ft*/ X XXX UUXXUUXlj uxc its columns, "H :ords, and, be it s by Heifetz a d, but you actually r Records on the 00. New Victor s on the 1st of eac la ^ ine Co. gg VICTOR 4 % o* >out Theodore Konsrvoll. I wish I uld. but David will have to read out that preat man in the lots of >oks th?-re an- about him. Write me ;ain and ask sonn thing about the. ivernment of Washington and I will y and And it for \ou Fred Head wants to know about the nate. so 1 will go up there and at oh what they do. 1 have read so uoh about the Senat* "whip i am ?in? to see what I tan And about lat and who uses it RtSSi:iJ, Bl'RKE. Miss Cornelia Mcl^iifltHti, Loa njrelos sculpti>*ss anil accomplished hlct. is studying aviation with a iov* of takinir her mother on an rial tour of Europe. SJ 215$: S? 32 I! l i versary I B i! S i ' ?mt> I /jr Va, v5 glow of pride pendable, yet ?d)?"the car k." 1 la MPANY I M. 8668 g aawassys^sssssss i r : London eifetz has said, he re really hear him Victrola. ' Records :h month. |Sih| ; MASTERS M3K2T - , HaiUHKOT lemark and the traderaatked xrola" identify all our producta. ler the lidl Look cm the label I . TALKING MACHINE CO. Camden, N. J.