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When Bilious, Headachy, Constipated "Cascarets"?10c Clean your liver and bowels! One or two candy-like Cascarets tonight will give you the nicest, gentlest bowel cleansing you ever experienced. Tbey physic your bowels fully. All the constipated waste and sour bile will move out of the bowels without griping or stirring you up. There will be no bowel poison to cause colds, lick headache, dizziness, biliousness or sour stomach when you wake up in the morning. More people take Cas carets for the liver and bowels than all other laxative-cathartics com bined. 10-cent boxes. MOTOR COMPANIES TO BE UNDER BOND Public Utilities Commission Issues Instructions to Bus Lines. Hereafter all motor bus companies will be required by the Public Utili ties Commission to furnish bond for the protection of persons and prop erty injured or damaged by acci dents. This was revealed by the com mission in announcing the granting of the application of the Ultimate Sales and Service Company to operate a bus line from Chevy Chase Circle to Georgia avenue and Kennedy .street via Rock Creek Park. The commission ordered the com pany to execute an indemnity bond of $5,000. Explaining its action, the commis sion stated: Commission's Statement. "The commission has had before it for some time the question of re quiring operators of motor bus lines to furnish indemnity bonds for the protection of persons and property damaged through accident, negli genco in operation or faulty equip ment of such vehicles. Bonds of this character are required of motor bus operators in several of the states and the right of the regulatory bodies to demand this measure of protection to the public has been upheld by the courts. "This commission feels that a simi lar requirement should be made a condition precedent to the granting of further authority for the operation of such vehicles in the District of Co lumbia. and should be required also of those operators now furnishing such transportation service. The com mission will accordingly include such a provision in its order authorizing the petitioner to operate the motor bus line herein applied for." Proposed Route. The proposed new route will be as follows: From Chevy Chase Circle to Georgia avenue and Kennedy street, by way of Western avenue. Ritten house street. Rock Creek Ford road, Military road. Morrow road and Ken nedy street. The company only asked authority to run as far east as 14th street and Kennedy street, but Wil liam McK. Clayton of the Bright wood Citizens' Association asked the com mission to require the company to continue east to Georgia avenue, which was ordered. The fare will be .> cents from either terminal to the center of Rock Creek Park and 10 cents between all other points on the route. The commission will require the company to operate on a thirty-min ute schedule between 7 and 10 a.m. and 3 and 8 p.m. and a sixty-minute schedule between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Bloomers and Step-ins Flesh Batiste 79c values 39c IqmundjS, 736-738 Seventh St. &E. Fiber Silk Hose Black and Cordovan; seamed back; slight factory imperfections. 29c . Come to this Sale tomorrow All Cloth and Plush Coats Included in a Sacrificing Clearance Here are three of the biggest lots! Plain and fur-trimmed?in the popular models?in the best Cloth weaves and reliable qualities of Plush?Bolivia, Normandy, Ve lour and Sport Cloths?plain tai lored and embroidered with braiding and tassel embellish ment Handsomely lined and fin ished. $18.75 $2250 $29.75 3 Lots Children's Coats ? Advance shipment for the January Sale. They arrived yesterday and we shall place them on sale tomorrow morning. Splendid models, excellent qualities, for dress and school wear. $4.98 $7.98 $9.90 Were up to $7.98 Were up to $12.50 Were up to $20.00 Sizes 2 to 9 Sizes 2 to 14 Sizes 2 to 14 Giving Away Trimmed Hats Broken lots of Velvet AA Velvet, Satin, Duvetyne, no and Felt Hats?originally UXf> Silver and Gold Goth * /?"Q selling up to $3......... Hats?worth up to $7.50 ?!? SEES HAWAIIAN MUSIC EFFECTIVE ONLY WHEN COMPOSED IN HAWAII HONOLULU, T. H.. December S (by mall).?Hawaiian music, to bo effective, should be composed In Hawaii and not In the Greenwich Village section of New York nor in the center of Chicago, It was de cided at the first meeting: of the Hawaiian legends and music com mission, appointed recently by Gov. Wallace R. Farrlngton to per petuate the Island fables and na tive meles, or melodies. The smooth arrangement of notes so familiar In local compo sitions Is possible only in Hawaii, and cannot be produced "amid the rumble of elevated railroads, sub way trains, and other discordant noises of large cities on the main land," one speaker declared. The committee decided to take Immediate action toward preserv ing selected native legends that already have been written, to ba followed later by the publication of legends, as yet unwritten, which have come down through genera tions of the Hawaiians by word of mouth. It was pointed out that some of these latter might be lost unless early steps are taken to have them written and published. OPPOfiTTFUNO NEEDSBUT LITTLE Evening Star Composing Room Employes Add $77. Only $2,000 More Needed. The opportunity fund of the Asso ciated Charities now needs but a lit tle more than $2,000 for its comple tion?the $13,1G6 asked for. Several substantial contributions acknowl ! edged in last night'3 Star carried the receipts past t^e $11,000 mark. Among these were $77 given by The Evening Star composing room em ployes to be divided equally among the seven remaining opportunities, and a gift of $50 from Mr. and Mrs. i T. W. Noyes for No. 12. A man, who refused to give his [ name, brought to the Social Service House yesterday a bag uf pennies which he said his two little girls had i been saving up and which they wished to give to the opportunities. A contributor sends in $5 to oppor tunity No. 10. where there is a young lad of fifteen contributing to the support of his widowed mother and five younger brothers and sisters. The donor speaks of the satisfaction of giving where one knows the spe cific needs as described in the op portunities. Opportunity No. 10 needs but $84.50 to complete its quota, and opportunity No. 3 needs less than $105. The deficits in the other five opportunities range from $238 to $6G3. The exact condition in each is as follows: Remaining Opportunities. Opportunity No. 3. Saving the chil dren from their father's example. De serted wife nad two children. Amount needed, $936; received to date, $S31.13; still needed, $104.87. Opportunity No. 4. Trying to be both father and mother. Deserted wife and three children. Amount needed, $1,300; received to date, $636.42; still needed. $663.58. Opportuntiy No. 10. Helping those who help themselves. Widow and six children. Amount needed. $780; re ceived to date. $695.50; still needed. $84.50. Opportunity No. 11. Tuberculosis took her husband. Widow (colored), j six children. Amount needed, $780; received to date, $496.55; still needed, $283.45. Opportunity No. 12. Tuberculosis and influenza did it. Widow and three young children. Amount needed, $936: recevied to date, $657; amount still needed, $279. Opportunity No. 13. Too good to be true. Invalid father (colored), wom an nearly blind and five children. Amount needed, $9SS; received to date. $568.15; amount still needed, J419.S5. Opportunity No. 14. Thanks God for her blessings. Widow, three children. Amount asked for, $1,352: received to date. $1,113.60; amount still needed. $233.40. Contribution!!. Previously acknowledged bv Asso ciated Charities. $10,853.35; additional through The Star, $182; total. $11,035. 35. Addition! through Associated Charities: N. L S., $7; Mrs. G. D. H., $2; J. L. and Lee (two children), $5; I. H., $5; E. J. T., $3; Clerks in Indian section, general account office, $5; M. M. S., $5; L. S. C.. $5; Dr. and Mrs. W. S. S.. $5; Miss M. A. D? $5; total, $47; grand total, $11,082.35. Summary. Amount asked for. $13,156: amount received, $11,082.35; amount still need ed, $2,073.65. Additional contributions received by The Star follow: C. 0. McK., most urgent, $7; cash, any. $1, and Mrs. A. T.. any, $10. For Colds, Grip or Influenza and as a PrarratiTe. take laxative BROMO QCIKIXB Tablet*. The jenuln? bears the lis nature ol B. W. Grove. (Be aura joa get BROMO.) 80c.?Advertisement. NEARLY HALF AT WORK. People In. Maryland Subject of Cen sus Statistics. Out of a total population of 1.449. 661 persona in Maryland in 1920, near ly half, or 603,473, ten years of age and over were gainfully occupied, the oensus bureau announoed today. Of the gainfully occupied persons in Maryland in 1920, 4(6,255 were males and 137,218 were females. Of the males, 87,186, or 8 per cent, were farmers and 89,453, or 8.5 per cent, were farm laborers. The num ber of farmers represents a decrease of 3 per cent, as compared with the number in 1910. | The number of females gainfully ocoupled in 1920 included 1,340 farm ers, as compared with 1,383 in 1910, and 1,124 farm laborers as against 3,375 in 1910. There were 100 woman physIcianB and surgeons in the state in 1820 and 3,353 men; 2,100 man and It woman lawyers, judges and justices: 2,079 man clergymen and 23 women of the same profession, and 3,782 female trained nurses and <8 men of the same profession. Why Net Disarmament New? "The Isolation Plan" By William H. Blymyw $1 net The Corah ill Publishing Ce. Boston UPHOLSTERING?REFINISHING FURNITURE Iataaior decoratl?a Wall paperiar?shades. Ears* and attractive aiaortmeat ef Materials to selset ftsau CORNELL WALL PAPER CO. TU lStk JT.W. K. 5378-5374 XsOsn2?*l2e<lasl Kxusiaed ^College Glasses Fitted DR.CLAUDE S.SEM0NES Kyasicht Specialist (Venasrly With Edwin H. Eta) How Locatod EXPECT 1,000 PLAYERS. Flans Completed for Hospital Ben efit on January 8. A benefit card party for the Eastern Dispensary and Casualty Hospital Is to be held January, 9 at the Ward man Park Hatel, play to begin promptly at 2 o'olock. Indications arc that 1,000 players will attend. Mrs. M. J. Vauffhan, president of the board of lady managers, under whose auspices the affair will be given, an nounced her commlttce yesterday as follows. Mrs. Charles J. O'Neill, chair man: Mrs. Guy O. Dove, Mrs. Charles H. Cecil, Mrs. James Q. Carmalt, Mrs. WARNING! Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin. When you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are getting- genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians over 22 years and proved safe by millions for Colds Headache Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions. Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets?AI90 bottles of 24 and 100?Druggist*. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidesier of Salicylicacid William J. Brewer, Mrs. Herbert Mar tin, Mrs. M. T. Jones, Mrs. F. E. Mack. Mrs. Ernest Kettler, Mrs. William Os burn, Mrs. Cornelius Barber, Mrs. Jesse I.#ee Webb, Mrs. J. T. DouitIbs Mrs. L>. Jj. Richmond, Mrs. J. 8. Buy. nitsky, Mrs. Muriel 1/ynch and Mist Gertrude Davis. New Year's Eve Celebration, $4 ' A ROUSING good time?noise makers and headliners from the vau deville stage. CAVANAUGH & WEST A Delightful Comedy Team "Sreate"?Classic Dancer Miss Jeneva Foxwell ELABORATE SUPPER MENU DANCING?SOKOLOV'S ORCHESTRA No Cover Charge FRANKLIN SQUARE HOTEL Fourteenth at K Street A Li Carte Service Club Breakfasti || Saturday Ends the Year Ends! And it is going to be a sweeping clean-up! As far as we can do so, we are going to arrange Coats, Suits, Dresses and Skirts in one-price lots for the wind-up?and on first floor the same way! Not knowing what will be left tonight, we are unable to give many of the details, but you can count on the biggest of values! Year Ends, $15 Year Ends, $40 4?$45.00 Tweed Sport Suits?Belted pockets. 1?$50.00 Wooltex Suit?Black velour, tucked panel back. 7?$25.00 "Sportspun" Jersey 3-piece Suits?Navy and brown. 5?Women's $35.00 Coats?Navy and brown ve lour, with beaverette collars. 7?Women's $39.50 Coats?Bolivia and silvertone velour, self and beaverette collars. 10?$35.00 Dresses?Canton crepe, lace and satin, navy blue and black. 5?$35.00 Mourning Dresses?Black crepe de chine. 10?$30.00 Tailored Dresses?Navy blue crepe de chine. 4?$36.50 Chiffon Velvet Dresses?Black and navy, chenille fringe trimming. 3?$33.50 Jersey Sport Dresses?Navy, brown and henna. 8?$30.00 Navy Blue Tricotine Dresses?Tunic and chemise styles. 10?$40 Dresses?Navy blue tricotine and twill cord?chenille and self embroidery and bead trimming. Year Ends, *25 6?$50.00 Coats?Navy, black and brown suedetex, large shawl collars of raccoon. 7?$40.00 Brown Chinchilla Sport Coats, with belted jackets. 5?$35.00 Tan Polo Sport Coats?Plaited backs. 20?$40.00 Coats?Normandy and suedetex cloth; self collars?navy, black and brown. 10?$45.00 Coats?Normandy, suedine; hand em broidered and with fur collars?burro, Sorrento blue and navy. 4?$60.00 Coats?Navy and black erminie, semi fitted styles, with opossum fur collar and cuffs. 10?$45.00 Wooltex Tweed Suits?Belted and straightline jackets. 3?$62.50 Brocaded Faille Silk Evening Gowns? Maize, shell pink and blue. 20?$45.00 and $50.00 Street and Afternoon Dresses?-Crepe-back satin, crepe, faille and georgette. 4?$50.00 Wooltex Tailored Tricotine Dresses? Panel and tunic styles. 10?$40.00 Dance Dresses?Taffeta and chiffon silver lace and rosebud trimming; pastel shades. Year Ends, $35 6?$85.00 Black Spanish Lace Dinner Gowns? Combined with chiffon. 8?$65.00 to $75.00 Navy Blue Tricotine Dresses? Basque and tunic styles; gold thread emboridery. 3?$75.00 White Beaded Net Robes?Made over white satin. 4?$55.00 Afternoon Gowns?Canton crepe and crepe-back satin; navy and black with red, and black bead embroidery. 6?$75.00 Wooltex Suits?Long line and belted jackets?duvet de laine and moussyne; navy, tortoise and black. 3?$75.00 Suits?In oxford mixtures, long line jackets for large women. 2?$57.50 White Chinchilla Sport Coats. 6?$45.00 Wooltex Coats?Normandy cloth; full backs and belted styles. 10 $50.00 Coats?In Normandy, suedetex and Rivola cloth; fur and self collars. 10?$65.00 Fitted Bodice Coats?Rivola cloth, with squirrel collar; navy and brown. 10?$75.00 and $79.50 Normandy Cloth Coats? Blouse, full back and belted styles?navy, brown and burro. 10?$79.50 Twill Cord Dresses?With gold thread, gray, self and henna embroidery. 8?$75.00 Afternoon Gowns?Canton crepe, Rosha nara crepe and satin meteor?gold thread embroidery ?hip, waistline and panel tunic styles. 7?$58.50 Navy Blue and Black Tricotine Suits? With cable stitching and braid trimming. 3?$69.50 Suits?Semi-tailored styles for large women?black and brown duvet de laine. 8?$75.00 Suits?Strictly tailored, belted and un belted styles?duvet de laine and tricotine; navy, Sor rento and burro shades. 8?$79.50 Costume Suits ? Hand embroidered, beaver, wolf and squirrel collars; navy and brown duvet de laine. Year Ends, $50 4?$125.00 Suits?Long line jackets?navy and black, with squirrel collar. 10?$95.00 Afternoon Gowns?In kitten's-ear crepe, silk laces, Canton and duvetyn?(thread and braid embroidery. 10?-$95.00 Navy Twill Cord Double-breasted Coat Dresses?With lace vests. 3?$75.00 Dresses?Satin and Canton cj-epe?tunic and coat styles; navy and black?for large women. 8?$125.00 Wrap Coats?Large beaver collars? navy, brown, marmot, burro and Sorrento cordana cloth. 10?$95.00 Coats?In Romona, erminie and Rivola ?plaited and panel backs?belted and straightline styles?navy, brown, burro and black. / 5?$89.50 Panel Back Coats?Large beaver collars. 10?$85.00 Coats?In Normandy and erminie? large squirrel and wolf collars. Year Ends, $75 20?$110.00 to $120.00 Coats?One and two of a kind?with fur collars?Pollyanna, panvelaine, er minie and superba?navy, Sorrento blue, burro, brown and black. 2?$155.00 Brown Velonde Coats?With embroid ered jackets; Kolinsky collars. 2?$105.00 Black Panvelaine Coats?Plaited panel backs?large squirrel collars. 10?$125.00 Cordova Cloth Blouse Coats?Large beaver collars; navy, brown, burro, marmot and Vol nay red. 2?$155.00 Wraps?Pollyanna?cape collars with fringe; wolf fur; navy and black. 2?$150.00 "Milgrim" Suits?Duvet de laine and moussyne?navy and black. 1_1$175.00 "Milgrim" Coat Dress?Jenny sleeves of mohawk Canton crepe. 3?$105.00 Evening Gowns?In black and white; saun panel tunic of spangled net. 4?$112.00 Afternoon Gowns?Of Paulette, satin Canton and brocaded meteor?pointed tunic and soft blouse styles. ? 2 $127.50 Navy Blue Twill Cord Dresses?Bodice and skirts with embroidery of gray and blue. 10?$115.00 to $127.50 Costume Suits?Beautifully kunil embroidered and fur trimmed?seal, beaver and wolf collars. 4?$120.00 Suits?With hand embroidery and fur collars. Large women's styles. $13.75?Misses' Dresses?$19.75 Year-End Final Misses' $25 Dresses Canton crepe and tricotine?in navy, blwk, jade and lavender straight line, with beading and embroidery, $13.75. Misses' $25 and $35 Dresses?Canton crepe, taffeta and Crepe de Chine?long and short sleeves?navy and black? overdraped skirts and straight-line styles, $19.75.